Extracts from SA General Registry Office (GRO) Information

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

 

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

 

The following information was extracted basically 'as is' from Reg's unpublished computer working files as at c2014.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

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

Names Beginning 'Fo*' to 'Fy*'

No 1

FOALE, Henry clerk Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of Pirie land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 286 County Victoria

FOALE, Henry clerk Adelaide 1878 Memorial 108/310

FOALE, Henry accountant College Park 1880 Memorial 170/326

FOALE, Henry clerk College Park 1892 Memorial 51/412

FOALE, Henry clerk Adelaide and Annie Martin Foale his sister Adelaide 1884 Memorial 217/355

FOALE, Henry secretary to the Largs Bay Land and Investment Co Ltd whose registered office was in Adelaide 1891 Memorial 141/407

FOALE, Henry accountant College Park 1920 Application 26936

FOALE, Annie Martin spinster North Adelaide 1892 Memorial 175/412

No 2 - likely to be a continuation of No 1

FOALE, H clerk Adelaide 1914 Memorial 147/471

No 1

FOALE, James Jefferies farmer Parilla trustee Public Hall Parilla 1909 Grant Book 12 Page 113 County Chandos

FOALE, James Jefferies farmer Parilla trustee Parilla Institute 1912 Grant Book 12 Page 116 County Chandos

No 1

FOALE, Robert chemist Yankalilla 1861 Memorial 79/172

FOALE, Robert chemist and druggist Adelaide 1870 Memorial 36/245

No 2

FOALE, Robert postmaster Yankalilla 1863 Memorial 162/190

FOALE, Robert storekeeper Yankalilla 1864 Application 5014

FOALE, Robert storekeeper Yankalilla 1866[-1881] Memorial 169/217

No 1

FOALE, Robert Thomas saddler Gawler 1852 Memorial 64/45

FOALE, Robert Thomas saddler Adelaide 1853 Memorial 171/51

FOALE, Robert Thomas of Currie St, Adelaide 1884 Memorial 14/359

No 1

FOCK, Claus farmer Houghton 1862 Memorial 348/182

FOCK, Claus labourer Tea Tree Gully 1866 Memorial 62/215

FOCK, Claus quarryman Tea Tree Gully 1870 Application 11053

FOCK, Claus formerly labourer 1866 but now quarryman Tea Tree Gully 1871 Application 11225

FOCK, Heinrich cabinetmaker Adelaide 1852 Memorial 76/42.

FOERSTER, Carl tinsmith Hahndorf 1866[-1879] Application 7241

FOGARTY, Michael now of Gumbowie 1881 Memorial 116/335

FOGBIN, Edward farmer Upper Wakefield 1857 Memorial 137/125

FOGDEN, FE no description entered into an agreement concerning a mineral lease near The Dome north-west of Farina 'for the present to work the mine, raising and sending down the ore to the railway at Farina to be forwarded to Pt Adelaide (for smelting) or to Pt Augusta (for shipment)' 1882 Memorial 161/342

No 1

FOGDEN, Richard and William farmers Hundred of Yalparra 1887 Memorial 207/382

No 1

FOGDEN, Richard farmer Belvidere Hundred of Bremer 1903 Memorial 216/449

FOGDEN, Richard farmer Belvidere Hundred of Bremer 1888[-1906] Memorial 85/459

FOGDEN, Richard farmer Belvidere Hundred of Bremer, died 31/5/1906. Husband of Jane Fogden, who was still living in Belvidere in 1911 Memorial 192/465

No 1

FOGDEN, Sophia widow Langhorne Creek 1857 Memorial 228/129

FOGDEN, Sophia widow Wellington 1865 Memorial 4/208

FOGDEN, Thomas Edwin licensed victualler Gawler 1883 Memorial 50/354

FOGG, HL proclaimed bank manager Gladstone 1945 Memorial 91/519

No 1

FOGG, Joseph miner Kooringa 1856 Memorial 161/108

No 2

FOGG, Jos bookkeeper Kooringa 1877 Memorial 226/303

FOGGO, Barbara spinster Portland Estate 1879[-1885] Memorial 18/317, Application 20402

No 1

FOGGO, Robert and William farmers near Ardrossan 1889 Memorial 185/397

FOGGO, Robert and William of Dowlingville 1901 Memorial 83/443

No 1 - likely to be the same person

FOLAN, Michael farmer Adelaide 1856 Memorial 312/97

FOLAN, Michael labourer Stepney 1880 Memorial 16/322

FOLAN, Michael of Maylands died 28/7/1885 intestate, leaving his widow, Ellen Folan, and two daughters Margaret ELLIOTT widow Maylands, and Mary Folan spinster Maylands Application 20796

FOLCHER, Jabez Anthony District Council Clerk Enfield 1921, declared that he had lived in the area for 8 years, and was 52 years old Application 26931

No 1

FOLEY, Charles farmer Clinton Centre 1886 Memorial 21/380

FOLEY, Charles farmer Clinton Centre. Hundred of Clinton land grant 1910[-1912] Grant Book 14 Page 142 County Daly

No 1

FOLEY, Frederick bootmaker Magill 1857[-1859] Memorial 180/131

FOLEY, Mary widow Magill 1866 relict of the late Frederick Foley bootmaker Magill, who died c1857 Application 7102.

No 2

FOLEY, Frederick labourer Grand Junction Road eldest son and heir at law of the late John Foley yeoman Hindmarsh 1868. He could not write Application 9511

FOLEY, James labourer Somerton 1866 Memorial 26/209

No 1

FOLEY, John yeoman Hindmarsh 1852 Memorial 121/45

FOLEY, John yeoman Hindmarsh, married Margaret Foley his wife in England. Their only son, Frederick Foley, born 1/2/1847 at Salford, baptised in the Manchester parish church, Lancs, England, on 24/2/1847, the child of John Foley greengrocer Salford, Lancs. The Foley daughter, Mary Ann Foley, was born c1839. She later married William DAVIES labourer Grand Junction. The Foley family emigrated to SA. John Foley carter Hindmarsh, died 28/11/1854 of an accidental death, intestate, aged 44. [Margaret Foley died 31/8/1855] Application 9511

No 2

FOLEY, John labourer Hectorville 1867[-1886] Memorial 131/223, Application 21112.

No 3

FOLEY, John dairyman Ovingham 1889 Application 21754

No 4

FOLEY, John out of business Avenue Road, Fitzroy, and Margaret Foley his wife 1911 Memorial 107/464

FOLEY, John gentleman Avenue Road, Prospect 1915 Application 27297

FOLEY, Margaret married woman Prospect Village 1900 Application 24095

No 1

FOLEY, Lawrence Minton miner Adelaide 1885 Memorial 194/370

FOLEY, Lawrence Minton labourer Adelaide 1891 Memorial 12/407

No 1

FOLEY, Patrick labourer Unley 1861[-1875] Memorial 333/179

FOLEY, Patrick yeoman Unley 1864 Application 5215

No 2

FOLEY, Patrick labourer Robert St, Hindmarsh 1875 Application 14633

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

FOLLAND, Charles French farmer The Pine Forest 1849[-1857] Memorial 352/14

FOLLAND, Charles French gentleman Enfield 1859 Memorial 344/149

FOLLAND, Charles French farmer Enfield linked with Mary Anne Folland spinster Barossa Hills Pt Adelaide 1863 Memorial 258/188

FOLLAND, Charles French surveyor Nailsworth 1863 Memorial 142/189

FOLLAND, Charles French farmer Enfield linked with Mary Anne WINGATE nee Folland wife of William Wingate farmer near Gawler 1863 Memorial 141/189

FOLLAND, Charles French gentleman Enfield 1867 Application 8133

FOLLAND, Charles French the Younger gentleman Enfield 1874 Memorial 126/271

FOLLAND, Charles French farmer Mt Pleasant near Adelaide 1874 Memorial 210/276

FOLLAND, Charles French the Elder gentleman and Charles French Folland the Younger farmer both of Enfield 1876 Memorial 100/293

FOLLAND, Charles French gentleman Enfield 1881, declared that he had lived near Enfield for more than 40 years Application 25658

FOLLAND, Charles French farmer Enfield 1885 Memorial 193/370

FOLLAND, Charles French the Younger farmer Enfield 1887[-1894] Memorial 56/382

FOLLAND, Charles French the Younger farmer Enfield Enfield Methodist Church trustee 1893 & 1930 Application 27786

FOLLAND, Charles French of Enfield brother to Mary Ann WINGATE nee Folland widow Enfield 1889 Memorial 81/397

FOLLAND, Charles French of the Pine Forest near Enfield, died c 1911. Executrix; Ellen WILLIAMS widow Pine Forest Enfield Memorial 144/465

FOLLAND, Charles French the Elder farmer Enfield, died 4/9/1911. His wife, Charlotte Folland died 18/8/1903 Enfield. Ellen WILLIAMS widow Pine Forest was a daughter of Charles and Charlotte Folland. She lived on a property next to her parents 1911 Application 26027

FOLLAND, Charles French [formerly the Younger] farmer Enfield. Prospect Methodist Church trustee 1930 Memorial 30/503

No 2 - likely to be linked with No 1

FOLLAND, Charles French carpenter Gawler South 1954 Memorial 110/529

FOLLAND, Charles Gilbert postal officer Willaston near Gawler 1956 Memorial 4/531

No 1

FOLLAND, George Henry motor body builder Barber St, Willaston, aged 52 in 1957, declared he had lived in the area for more than 40 years Application 29242.

FOLLAND, George Henry Clifton motor body builder Barber St, Willaston 1961, born on 25/8/1904 at Gawler Application 29416

FOLLAND, JA of Seacliff 1923 Application 27185

No 1 - perhaps the same person

FOLLAND, John George linked with Section 358 Hundred of English Co Eyre 1881 Memorial 238/335

FOLLAND, John George farmer Kangaroo Flat 1888 Memorial 84/394

No 1

FOLLAND, Mary Ann spinster Pine Forest 1853[-1855] Memorial 205/54

FOLLAND, Mary Anne spinster the Pine Forest, about to leave SA for some time, power of attorney to William BARTLEY and Randolph Isham STOW gentlemen Adelaide, to manage her SA business affairs 24/1/1855 Deposit 423/1856

FOLLAND, Mary Ann spinster formerly of the Pine Forest but now of parts beyond the seas 1856 Memorial 14/115

FOLLETT, Albert Charles draper Murray St Gawler 1903[-1909] Memorial 186/448

No 1

FOLLETT, Edward farmer Pt Lincoln 1903 Memorial 9/450

FOLLETT, Edward grazier Pt Lincoln, aged 80 in 1955, declared that he had lived in the district all his life Application 29097

No 1

FOLLETT, John farmer Mt Barker 1854[-1855] Memorial 17/77

FOLLETT, John farmer Mt Barker, died 29/11/1893. His wife, Rosina nee NATT, died 8/1/1909. Their youngest child, Ada Ann Follett, born 28/7/1879, married Bernard STEPHENSON farmer Mt Barker Springs. Another child was Arthur Follett. Further Folletts mentioned in this Application include Arthur John Follett farmer Langhorne Creek and Frederick Robert Follett farmer Mt Barker Application 25643

No 1

FOLLETT, Walter farmer Pt Lincoln, died 31/1/1888 intestate. Husband of Mary Follett. Estate worth £650 Memorial 40/494

FOLLETT, Walter farmer and stockowner Pt Lincoln, died 31/1/1888 Happy Valley, of valvular heart disease and a few weeks' dropsy, aged 47. His widow, Mary Follett, was the daughter of Mrs Isabella GARRETT of Happy Valley near Pt Lincoln 1908 Application 25400

FOLLETT, Mary of Pt Lincoln 1905 Application 24885

FOLLETT, Mary Ann widow Pt Lincoln 1925, declared that her husband Walter Follett had died 1888 Pt Lincoln. She had lived in Pt Lincoln for 50 years Application 27407

No 1

FOLLETT, William labourer The Sturt 1850[-1855] Memorial 120/25

No 2

FOLLETT, William mason Pt Lincoln 1877 Memorial 233/303

FOLLETT, William farmer Poonindie 1903 Memorial 209/448

FOLLETT, William farmer Poonindie near Pt Lincoln 1906 Memorial 214/454

FOLLETT, William farmer Pt Lincoln 1949, declared that he was a son of Mary Allen Follett and grandson of Isabella GARRETT. Brother to Helen Isabel MCDONALD Application 28630

FOODY, James brickmaker Norwood 1876 Application 15484

No 1

FOODY, Michael labourer Norwood 1857 Memorial 194/125

FOODY, Michael dairyman Norwood 1866 Memorial 240/216

FOODY, Michael milkman Stepney 1868 Application 9230

FOODY, Michael dairyman Stepney 1868[-1877] Memorial 247/233, Applications 12582, 16418

FOODY, Michael out of business Adelaide, testified 1888 that he had formerly lived in Stepney for 30 years Application 21485

FOOKS, EV Russell of Gawler 1904 Memorial 179/484

No 1

FOOKS, Jane widow formerly of Weymouth, Dorset, England but now of Adelaide 1841 Memorial 15/44

FOOKS, Jane widow North Adelaide 1851 Memorial 467/37

No 1

FOOKS, Mark of Hindmarsh near Adelaide occupation not decipherable 1841 Application 28159

FFOOKES, storekeeper Adelaide 1841 Application 17556

FOOKS, Mark storekeeper Adelaide (Hindley St) 1848[-1851] Memorial 142/12

FOOKS, Mark bazaar keeper Adelaide 1851 Memorial 457/36.

FOOKS, Mark stationer Adelaide 1852 Memorial 265/39

No 1 - perhaps the same person

FOOKES, W gentleman North Adelaide 1847 Application 19121

FOOKS, WF of North Adelaide 1847 Memorial 264/68

FOORD, Eric Laurence contractor Robe S-E 1947 Memorial 56/521

FOORD, Henry farmer Gum Flat Hundred of Dalrymple land grant 1877 Grant Book 19 Page 136 County Fergusson

FOORD, Lawrence storekeeper Adelaide leased commercial premises at Findon 1858 Memorial 279/135

FOORD, Lawrence storekeeper Findon 1870 Memorial 65/249

FOORD, Lawrence storekeeper Findon 1880 Application 18063

6FOORD, Lawrence storekeeper Findon1893. Portland Estate Bible Christian Chapel trustee Application 22588

No 1

FOORD, NA proclaimed bank manager Robe S-E 1930 Memorial 160/503

FOORD, Noel Augustine bank manager formerly of Robe S-E but now of Victor Harbor 1935 Memorial 25/509

No 1

FOOT, Ernest of Melrose, Clerk of the District Council of Pt Germein 1926 Application 27547

FOOT, Ernest District Clerk Melrose, aged 53 in 1947, declared that he had lived in the Melrose area all his life. He had been clerk of the District Council of Pt Germein since September 1926 Application 28572

FOOT, Ernest Disrict Clerk Melrose 1953, declared that he had been the Clerk of the District Council of Pt Germein since September 1927 Application 28946

FOOT, Ernest Claude clerk Melrose 1950 Memorial 51/525

FOOT, Francis Herbert farmer Melrose, died 31/10/1941 Booleroo Centre. Husband of Beatrice Mary Yates Foot. Brother to Ernest Foot district council clerk Melrose and Thomas Walter Foot no description. Uncle to Allan Foot (formerly farmer Melrose but now a member of the AIF), and Marion Helen Foot (a minor) Memorials 145 & 146/516

FOOT, James farmer Forreston North Gumeracha 1867 Memorial 130/219

No 1

FOOT, John carpenter Adelaide 1854[-1857] Memorial 185/70

FOOT, John builder Willunga 1860 Application 1547

FOOT, John carpenter formerly of Adelaide 1854 but now of Willunga 1863 Application 4152

No 2

FOOT, John farmer Allen Creek 1882 Memorial 16/351

No 3

FOOT, John farm labourer Wilmington Hundred of Gregory land grant 1899 Grant Book 23 Page 104 County Frome

No 1

FOOT, John Walker farmer Angaston 1848 Memorial 381/15

FOOT, John Walker of Gawler Park linked with Edward Nicholas Foot of Gawler Park 1848[-1850] Memorial 215/20

No 1

FOOT, Robert yeoman Mt Barker 1854[-1855] Memorial 326/70

FOOT, Robert storekeeper Mt Barker 1856 Memorial 77/105

FOOT, Robert formerly storekeeper Mt Barker but then licensed victualler Adelaide 1861 Memorial 143/181

FOOT, Robert livery stable keeper Wakefield St, Adelaide died c1863. Mt Barker land in trust for his daughter, Abi Jane Foot, when she turned 21. Trustees; her mother, Anne Selina Foot of Adelaide, and Robert Foot’s friend Francis Isaac Smith cordial maker Mt Barker.

FOOT, Abi Jane had married and become the wife of John FULLER builder Pt Wakefield by 1873 Application 12922

No 1

FOOT, Thomas Walter restaurant keeper Riverton linked with Walter Foot formerly grazier Melrose but now farmer Hundred of Wongyarra 1927 Memorial 122/498

FOOT, Thomas Walter formerly restaurant keeper Riverton but now out of business Melrose 1952 Memorial 33/527

FOOT, Walter the Elder farmer Melrose, aged 69 in 1926, declared that he had lived in Melrose for 65 years Application 27547

No 1

FOOT, William farmer Gumeracha 1854 Memorial 442/64

FOOT, William farmer North Gumeracha 1854[-1855] Memorial 255/135

No 2

FOOT, William farmer Plympton 1860 Memorial 109/169

No 3

FOOT, William farmer Light River near Kapunda 1861 Memorial 328/175

No 4

FOOT, William farmer Findon 1870 Memorial 82/248

FOOT, William farmer Findon, died 1871. All his estate to go into trust for sale. The money to be invested to pay his widow, Mary Foot, the income for her lifetime, then to his children in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant - Christina TODD wife of Henry Todd hairdresser Pt Adelaide, Ann CRABBE wife of Richard Crabbe veterinary surgeon Adelaide, Prudence BAKER wife of Uriah Baker of Willunga, Emily STOTT wife of ? Stott butcher Hindmarsh and John Foot farmer Findon Memorial 74/254

FOOTE, Ann widow Kapunda 1910 [possibly relict of the late William Foote]. Linked with Henry Foote railway porter Kapunda, Mary MODRA wife of Edward Matthew Modra of Cuballing WA and Elizabeth ATTWILL wife of William Attwill of York township on the Port Road. Henry Foote died 5/1/1944 [Nothing in the GRO explaining the links] Memorial 110/463 & RPA Search 1084

No 1

FOOTE, Anna Maria married woman Kapunda 1903 Memorial 228/449

FOOTE, Annie Maria widow Kapunda, died 27/12/1917. Estate worth £100. Grandmother of Mary Ann CONOLAN spinster Kapunda and Marie Angela CAREY nee Conolan Kapunda Memorial 199/476

No 1

FOOTE, Charles labourer One Tree Hill in the Sources of the Little Para 1876 Memorial 234/289

FOOTE, Charles labourer One Tree Hill in the Sources of the Little Para, died 22/3/1895. Husband of Mary Ann Foote and father of Julia Susan Laura Foote Memorial 53/426

FOOTE, Mary Ann widow One Tree Hill 1896. She could not write Application 23100

No 1 - perhaps the same person

FOOTE, Frederick farmer Adelaide (King William St) 1853 Memorial 178/52

FOOTE, Frederick farmer Gawler East 1862 Memorial 289/183

No 1

FOOTE, Henry of Grote St, Adelaide 1853 Memorial 469/51

FOOTE, Harry gentleman Adelaide took out a five-year lease of the Victoria Hotel in Hindley St, Adelaide 1859 Memorial 289/152

FOOTE, Henry hotelkeeper Adelaide Koolunga (Hundred of Koolunga) township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 56 Page 324 County Stanley

FOOTE, Harry formerly licensed victualler Adelaide but now sheep farmer Outalpa 1877 Memorial 40/303

FOOTE, Henry sheepfarmer Adelaide Hundred of Booleroo land grant 1882 Grant Book 24 Page 626 County Frome

FOOTE, Henry sheep farmer Burnside, died 15/9/1893, of morbus cordis, aged 73 Application 23891

FOOTE, Mary married woman [Mrs Henry Foote nee Mary POPE later Mrs Edward LAY] Outalpa Out of Hundreds. Olary (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1888 Grant Book 65 Page 193 County Not named

No 2

FOOTE, Henry out of business Kapunda, died 5/1/1944. Brother to Elizabeth CAHALAN married woman Kapunda Memorial 18/518

No 1

FOOTE, John agriculturalist Melrose 1858 Memorial 171/138

FOOTE, John formerly agriculturalist 1858 but now labourer Melrose Co Frome 1864 Application 5353

FOOTE, Walter blacksmith Melrose 1910 Memorial 202/462

FOOTE, William Buchanan importer Toorak near Adelaide 1920 Memorial 189/479

No 1

FOOTT, John Walker farmer Adelaide leased his estate (Sections 278, 379, 423, 424, 307, 309 Sources of the Rhine and Gawler Rivers) from GF Angas for 21 years from 1843 Memorial 324/3

FOOTT, John Walker of Gawler Park near Angaston assigned his lease to Edward Nicholas Foott 1848 Memorial 215/20

No 1

FOOTT, Nicholas Esquire Gawler Park about to marry Elizabeth DAGLISH spinster of Sydenham 1849. Isabella Daglish of Gawler Park probably a relative 1850 Memorials 382/15, 26/20

FOOTT, Nicholas Esquire Gawler Park near Angaston 1855[-1856] Memorial 44/101

FOOTT, Nicholas stockholder Angaston 1855 Memorial 92/93

FOOTT, Nicholas Esquire formerly of Angaston but now of Geelong Vic 1858[-1861] Memorial 336/138

FOOTT, Nicholas Esquire Melbourne Vic MP in the Victorian Plt. Did he formerly live at Angaston? 1865 Application 5960

No 1

FOPP, Con Emil and Dick both gardeners St Peters 1920 Memorial 191/480

FOPP, Con Emil and Dick gardeners formerly of St Peters but now of Cudlee Creek. CE Fopp then moved to Findon almost immediately 1924 Memorials 8 & 9/491

FORBES, A and Son of Pt Lincoln 1909 Application 25675

FORBES, Abraham James fisherman Kingston S-E 1928 Memorial 60/500

FORBES, Allan flesher Dunfermline, Co Fife, Scotland, power of attorney to his son, John FORBES farmer Grace Plains, near Mallala, to administer the estate of James FORBES farmer Glenhead, Virginia, (brother of Allan Forbes) recently departed this life intestate and without issue 24/12/1869 Deposit 219/1872

No 1

FORBES, Archibald Esquire Adelaide, about to leave the province for some time, power of attorney to Thomas GILES JP Esquire, to manage his SA business affairs 15/11/1882 Deposit 67/1884

No 2 - perhaps the same person

FORBES, Archibald mechanic Orroroo. Hundred of Coomooroo land grant 1941 Book 13 Page 269 County Dalhousie

FORBES, Archibald farmer and grazier Orroroo. Hundred of Coomooroo land grant 1941 Book 13 Page 269 County Dalhousie

No 1 - perhaps the same person

FORBES, Charles publican Adelaide 1838 Application 17463

FORBES, Charles publican Adelaide (Royal Standard Currie St) 1851 Memorial 312/31

FORBES, Charles publican Adelaide 1857 Memorial 205/118

No 2

FORBES, Charles blacksmith Adelaide (Hindley St), and Elizabeth Forbes his wife 1840 Application 7947

No 3

FORBES, Charles storekeeper's assistant Yankalilla 1881[-1894] Memorial 62/331, Application 22670

FORBES, Charles formerly storekeeper Yankalilla but now storekeeper Wellington St, Kensington 1915 Memorial 18/474

FORBES, Charles out of business 10 Glenford Ave, Myrtle Bank. Links with Normanville 1930 Memorial 186/502

No 4

FORBES, Charles agent Clarendon 1922 Memorial 120/485

No 1 - likely to be the same person

FORBES, Frederick machinist Orroroo 1913 Book 13 Page 268 County Dalhousie

FORBES, Frederick died 3/11/1919. Executors - Frederick Allan Forbes machinist Orroroo and Archibald Forbes mechanic Orroroo 1921 Book 13 Page 268 County Dalhousie

FORBES, Frederick Allan machinist and farmer Orroroo, died 29/7/1950. Archibald Forbes farmer and grazier Morchard and Elders Trustee Co Ltd trustees of the estate 1952 Grant Book 13 Page 233 County Dalhousie

FORBES, George James William District employment officer Murray Bridge 1948 Application 28595

FORBES, Gordon Campbell farmer Two Wells 1857[-1868] Memorial 199/228

No 1

FORBES, Harriet widow Pt Adelaide 1860 Memorial 350/168

FORBES, Harriet licensed victualler Pt Adelaide 1860 Memorial 138/169

FORBES, Harriet licensed victualler Kapunda 1865 Memorial 251/203

FORBES, Harriet licensed victualler Goolwa 7-year lease at £234 a year of the Corio Hotel from William RAY licensed victualler Goolwa 1866 Memorial 81/210

FORBES, Harriet innkeeper formerly of Kapunda but now of Adelaide, 7-year lease of the Criterion Hotel Adelaide (King William St) at £10 a week from William HUBBLE innkeeper Adelaide 1866 Memorial 137/217

No 1

FORBES, Henry labourer Pt Adelaide 1854 Memorial 208/61

FORBES, Henry yeoman Pt Adelaide 1855 Memorial 209/91

FORBES, Henry Charles carter Pt Adelaide 1878[-1879] Memorial 68/307

No 1

FORBES, JAL of the 8th Australian Machine Gun Co 1919 Memorial 58/478

FORBES, JAL Corporal of the 8th Australian Machine Gun Company, power of attorney to Robert WOOLNOUGH of Warrawee, Sheffield St, Adelaide, to arrange settlement of all moneys due to him 21/7/1918 Deposit 16/1919

No 1

FORBES, James yeoman Thebarton 1840 Application 18967

FORBES, James yeoman Thebarton 1842[-1846] Memorial 294/1

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

FORBES, James sheepfarmer Barossa Ranges 1848 Memorial 285/10

FORBES, James sheep farmer Tasker Vale Barossa Special Survey. Hundred of Barossa land grant 1850 Grant Book 1 Page 33 County Adelaide

FORBES, James sheep farmer Tasker Vale Barossa Survey 1851[-1859] Memorial 96/30 GM Forbes no description witnessed his signature 1853 Memorial 78/54

FORBES, James sheep farmer Barossa 1856 Memorial 204/107

FORBES, James sheep farmer Mt Crawford 1855[-1856] Memorial 132/82

FORBES, James stockholder Tasker Vale near Williamstown 1865 Memorial 247/207

FORBES, James farmer Mt Crawford. Mt Crawford Presbyterian Church trustee 1868 Memorial 230/235

FORBES, James sheepfarmer and landholder Glenhead and Tasker Vale - husband of Grace Miller Forbes nee TASKER, who died 29/6/1869. She was a sister to Mrs Margaret SIMSON widow of John Simson mason Middleton Blairadam, Co Kinross, Scotland, whose husband died 20/3/1847. Mrs Simson was still alive in 1870 Deposit 52/1873

FORBES, James sheep farmer Glen Head near Mt Crawford, died 29/6/1869. Half his estate to the heirs of his former wife, Grace Miller FORBES nee TASKER, and the other half in trust, + £1,000 cash, to his present wife, Marie Jane Catherine Forbes, for her to have the income for life; then to any children of the marriage. If no children, this portion of the estate to go to his brother and sister, Allan Forbes and Grace CRAMB, in equal shares. Trustees: David MURRAY gentleman Adelaide, and David RANDALL gentleman Glen Para Mt Crawford. Estate worth £1,000 Deposit 89/1872

FORBES, James of Glen Head, Barossa, died 1869. He left half his estate in equal shares absolutely to his children by his first wife, Grace Miller Tasker Forbes, and the other half of his estate to benefit his present wife, Marie Jane Catherine Forbes - £1,000 cash absolutely and the income from real estate in trust for her life. Following her death, the estate to go absolutely in equal shares in remainder expectant to any children of the marriage. If no children, the estate to be shared equally absolutely in remainder expectant between the testator's brother, Allen Forbes, and his sister, Grace CRAMB, or their heirs Memorial 104/241

FORBES, James stockholder Glen Head, Mt Crawford, Hundred of Barossa, died 29/6/1869 Memorial 53/326

FORBES, James of Glenhead Mt Crawford, married Grace TASKER, who predeceased her husband, leaving him a life interest in trust in her real estate. J Forbes died c1869, after which the trust real estate went to his late wife's brothers and sister in the USA. The late Mrs Forbes's sister, Amelia Gray nee Tasker, and her husband, Philip Cadell Gray merchant both of Detroit, Michigan USA, issued instructions to Messrs Giles & Smith agents Adelaide, to acquire on their behalf any of the Forbes real estate owing to them - to sell the land and transmit the proceeds to the USA 8/12/1869. Further Tasker relatives - a brother, Andrew Tasker farmer, lived at Saranac, Michigan; with Robert Tasker farmer Palo, Michigan, Clarissa nee Tasker wife of John BALDIE merchant Ionia, Michigan, and Victor Tasker of Palo, Michigan, the surviving children of the late George Tasker, another brother of the late Mrs Forbes. Trustees and executors of James Forbes’ will - David Murray gentleman Adelaide and David RANDALL gentleman Glen Para Mt Crawford Deposit 89/1872

SIMSON, Margaret nee TASKER widow of John Simson mason Middleton Blairadam, Co Kinross, Scotland (died 20/3/1847), stated: Her sister, Grace Miller FORBES nee TASKER wife of James Forbes sheep farmer Elenhead and Tasker Vale, died 15/3/1865. Her husband, James Forbes, died 29/6/1869. No children of the marriage. The Forbes owed her money. She appointed Henry Giles merchant of the firm of Giles & Smith, to claim her interest in the estate, either as a creditor or as an heir at law Deposit 52/1873

MURRAY, David and David RANDALL of SA Supreme Court order to pay damages to Henry HODGSON, Marie Jane Catherine HODGSON late FORBES, his wife, Margaret Simpson, Robert HUTTON, and Helen HUTTON, his wife, Philip Cadell GRAY and Amelia GRAY, his wife, Robert TASKER, Victor Tasker, John BALDIE, Clarissa Baldie, and Andrew Tasker (all from Ionia, Michigan USA) and Allan Forbes and Grace CRAMB. The Taskers appointed Henry GILES and James SMITH merchants Adelaide their attorneys to collect money from Messrs Murray and Randall   24/3/1873  Deposit 52/1873

No 3

FORBES, James saddler Adelaide 1854 Memorial 418/75

FORBES, Jane spinster Le Fevre Peninsula 1857 Memorial 291/122

No 1

FORBES, John labourer Adelaide 1839 Application 29392

No 2

FORBES, John mariner Port Road, Alberton 1847 Memorial 498/8

FORBES, John carpenter Alberton 1850 Memorial 156/22

FORBES, John carpenter Pt Adelaide 1852 Memorial 108/41

No 3

FORBES, John butcher Nuriootpa 1856 Memorial 156/112

FORBES, John butcher Angas Park 1858 Memorial 192/137

FORBES, John cattle dealer Nuriootpa 1859 Memorial 52/154

FORBES, John gentleman Nuriootpa died 4/11/1862. He left his whole estate to his wife, Susanna Forbes, absolutely. Application 9003

FORBES, Susanna widow Moorooroo relict of the late John Forbes 1864 Application 5672

FORBES, Susannah widow Moorooroo 1865 relict of the late John Forbes formerly gentleman Nuriootpa who died 4/11/1862. She was about to remarry to James ROSSITER licensed victualler Blanchetown Memorials 249/205 & 28/206

No 3

FORBES, John butcher Smithfield 1861 Memorial 23/173

FORBES, John farmer Grace Plains 1861[-1866] Memorial 111/176

FORBES, John farmer Grace Plains Hundred of Grace land grant 1863[-1866] Grant Book 27 Page 29 County Gawler

FORBES, John farmer Grace Plains linked with Allan Forbes flesher Dunfermline, Co Fife, Scotland 1869 Memorial 235/263

FORBES, John farmer Mallala Hundred of Dublin land grant 1871 Grant Book 26 Page 337 County Gawler

FORBES, John farmer Willowie trustee Wesleyan Methodist Chapel Hundred of Willowie land grant 1880 Grant Book 24 Page 741 County Frome

FORBES, John farmer Mallala Hundred of Willowie land grant 1881[-1885] Grant Book 24 Page 742 County Frome

No 1

FORBES, John Sutherland farmer Morphett St, Adelaide 1850 Memorial 172/9 Farmer Bowden By Aug 1850[-1853] Memorial 173/24 Farmer Pt Gawler 1855-[1856] Memorial 73/88

FORBES, John Sutherland farmer Two Wells, died 30/6/1858 intestate. His eldest son, Gordon Campbell Forbes, farmer Two Wells, inherited his estate as heir at law 1868 Memorial 199/228

No 1

FORBES, Martha spinster Clare, died 5/12/1895. Estate worth £37. Executor: James Brown SCOTT carpenter and builder Clare. £2 each to the Church of England Clare, Church of Rome Clare, and the Wesleyan Churches at Clare and White Hut. 'And I desire that my body after my decease shall be carried to the place of interment in a springcart and my executor shall allow no hearse to be used at my funeral' Memorial 147/426

FORBES, Martha spinster Clare Co Stanley, died 5/12/1895. Executor James Brown SCOTT carpenter and builder Clare to sell all her estate. She left £2 to each of the schools attached to the Anglican (£4), Roman Catholic, Presbyterian and Wesleyan Churches of Clare. The Wesleyan Church of White Hut also to get £2. The rest of the money to go to Dr Otto Wein SMITH of Clare. She could not write. 'I desire that my body after my decease shall be carried to the place of interment in a spring cart and my executor shall allow no hearse to be used at my funeral' Estate worth £37 1895 Application 23053

FORBES, Mary Emma of Cleve 1888 Memorial 126/394

FORBES, Ronald Melville of Pt Lincoln and Douglas Charles BURNS formerly of Pt Lincoln but now of Adelaide, formerly trading together under the style or firm of EP Finance Co 1937 Memorial 184/511

FORBES, Thomas William fisherman Kingston S-E, aged 70 in 1947, declared that he had lived in the area all his life Application 28524

No 1

FORBES, William storekeeper Pt Lincoln 1871 Memorial 52/269

FORBES, William farmer Franklin Harbor 1888 Memorial 102/393

No 2

FORBES, William farmer Cleve Cleve (Hundred of Yadnarie) township allotment land grant 1885[-1895] Grant Book 39 Page 88 County Jervois

FORBY, Arthur vigneron, winemaker, farmer and grazier Metala Langhorne Creek 1948 Memorial 107/522

No 1

FORBY, Edward farmer Section 50 Hundred of Grace 1862 Memorial 237/185

FORBY, Edward and John farmers Grace Plains 1876 Memorial 39/288

FORBY, George farmer Mallala Hundred of Dublin land grant 1881 Grant Book 26 Page 347 County Gawler

No 1

FORBY, George Britton labourer Gawler and John Forby farmer Mallala 1899 Memorial 96/437

FORBY, George Britton labourer Gawler linked with John Forby farmer Grace Plains 1900 Memorial 167/440

FORBY, James farmer Grace Plains 1873 Memorial 58/272

No 1 - likely to be the same person

FORBY, John farmer Brighton 1851 Memorial 465/28

FORBY, John farmer Munno Para 1854 Memorial 145/63

FORBY, John farmer Gawler Plains 1856 Sturton Farm Primitive Methodist Chapel trustee pt Section 4031 Hundred of Munno Para Gawler Plains Memorial 49/103

FORBY, John farmer Hundred of Grace 1862 Memorial 239/185

FORBY, John farmer Grace Plains near Mallala 1865 Memorials 111/208 & 224/296

FORBY, Simon Peter farmer Kulpara Hundred of Willowie land grant 1882 Grant Book 24 Page 744 County Frome

FORBY, William farmer Mallala Hundred of Grace land grant 1877 Grant Book 27 Page 62 County Gawler

FORD, AGB clerk Lower Mitcham 1921 Memorial 102/484

No 1

FORD, Annie spinster near Kooringa 1908 Memorial 26/460

FORD, Annie spinster Burra, died 18/7/1948 Memorial 97/523

No 1

FORD, Carl Frederick tailor Parkside 1877 Memorial 174/304

FORD, Carl Frederick tailor Parkside 1884 Application 20340

No 1

FORD, Charles and WASLEY, Henry miners Burra 1849[-1850] They bought land in the Hutt River Special Survey Memorial 48/18

FORD, Charles miner Burra Burra Mine 1854 Memorial 265/72

FORD, Charles farmer Sections 544, 545 Hundred of Nuriootpa 1854 Memorial 183/62

FORD, Charles farmer Sheaoak Log. Sheaoak Log Public School trustee 1856 Memorial 287/110

FORD, Charles farmer Sheaoak Log 1857. Enrolment 7/43

FORD, Charles farmer Sheaoak Log 1860 Memorial 104/166

No 2

FORD, Charles grocer Adelaide (Hindley St) 1852[-1857] Memorial 363/39.

No 3

FORD, Charles storekeeper Kapunda 1858[-1866] Memorial 72/132

FORD, Charles storekeeper Kapunda father of Owen Thomas Joseph Ford of Kapunda 1859 Memorial 341/156 Father of Mary Margaret Ford of Kapunda 1859 Memorial 342/156

FORD, Charles storekeeper Kapunda Co Light. Hundred of Yangya land grant 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 87 County Victoria

No 4

FORD, Charles farmer formerly of Reeves Plains but now of Mt Gambier 1876 Memorial 112/292

FORD, Daniel yeoman Marion on the Sturt 1858 Memorial 249/135

FORD, Edward D clerk to Messrs ANDREWS & BONNIN solicitors Adelaide 1860 Memorial 332/169

FORD, Ellen licensed victualler Pt Adelaide 1886 Memorial 208/376

No 1

FORD, Elisha tallow chandler Southwark linked with John Ford gardener and Samuel Ford stockdealer both of near Kooringa 1908 Memorial 16/460

FORD, Elisha formerly tallowchandler Southwark but now grazier Kooringa 1910 Memorial 180/463

No 1

FORD, Elizabeth died no details. Linked with Alice Annie Ford widow Croydon 1904 Memorial 229/450

No 2

FORD, Elizabeth married woman Diprose Creek near Kooringa 1909[-1913] Memorial 75/461

No 1

FORD, Francis farmer Balaklava South 1877 Memorial 180/301

FORD, Francis carrier formerly of Balaklava but now of Echunga 1885 Memorial 111/363

FORD, Francis labourer Echunga 1893 Memorial 211/417

No 2 – the Elder

FORD, Francis labourer Petersburg Co Dalhousie. Hundred of Kooringa land grant 1913 Grant Book 8 Page 81 County Burra

No 3 – the Younger

FORD, Francis the Younger labourer Peterborough. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1935 Grant Book 13 Page 240 County Dalhousie

FORD, Frederick accountant Cunnamulla Qld 1885 Memorial 12/370

No 1

FORD, George farmer Tiparra. Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1885[-1887] Grant Book 14 Page 420 County Daly

No 2

FORD, George farmer Payneham 1890[-1891] Memorial 19/404

No 3

FORD, George carpenter Queenstown 1891 Application 22010

No 4

FORD, George farmer Nailsworth 1905[-1907] Memorial 227/452

No 5

FORD, George railway labourer Redruth near Kooringa. Hundred of Kooringa land grant 1909 Grant Book 8 Page 15 County Burra

No 1

FORD, George BW clerk to Alfred ATKINSON solicitor Adelaide 1852[-1854] Memorial 470/41

FORD, George BW of Gresham St, Adelaide 1853[-1856] Memorial 116/58

FORD, George Blagdon Westcott clerk to Messrs GWYNNE & Co solicitors Adelaide 1853 Memorial 141/49

FORD, Grace married woman formerly of Mt Barker but now of Ballara St, Mile End 1934 Memorial 190/507

FORD, Harriet widow Carrington St, Adelaide 1875 Application 14217

No 1

FORD, Henry Carwithen licensed victualler Port Hotel and Jerusalem Coffee House North Parade Pt Adelaide 1866[-1873] Memorial 51/212

FORD, Henry Carwithen licensed victualler Pt Adelaide 1876 Application 15205

FORD, HC hotel keeper Fullarton 1885 Application 20624

No 1

FORD, James farmer East Payneham 1853 Memorial 257/103

FORD, James farmer East Payneham, about to leave the province, power of attorney to George GREEN land agent King William St, Adelaide, to administer his business interests in Section 751, Hundred of Nuriootpa, which he owned in half share with John JURY of East Payneham 18/1/1855 Deposit 327/1856

FORD, James farmer formerly of East Payneham but now of parts beyond the seas 1856 Memorial 232/104

FORD, James farmer [ returned from parts beyond the seas, now of] The Light and Jane Ford his wife 1866[-1871] Memorial 159/208

FORD, James farmer Stockport on the Gilbert and Jane Ford his wife 1875 Application 14301

No 2 - perhaps the same person

FORD, James farmer Reedbeds 1865 Memorial 296/208

FORD, James shoemaker York township, aged 57 in 1891. He had come to live in the area c1840 and had an excellent memory for local happenings Application 22071

No 3

FORD, James farmer Pt Elliot 1872 Application 20381

No 4

FORD, James sheep farmer Mintaro 1882 Memorial 122/338

FORD, James Miners linked with Section 25 Hundred of Wonoka Co Blackford 1886 Memorial 61/378

No 1

FORD, James Thomas gardener Paradise 1868. Enrolment 49/51

FORD, James Thomas gardener Paradise linked with John Chapman Ford farmer Reedbeds 1873 Memorial 28/270

FORD, Jesse farmer the Light 1865 Memorial 220/202

No 1

FORD, John of Noarlunga 1850 Memorial 102/20

FORD, John blacksmith Noarlunga 1852[-1854] Memorial 433/45

No 2

FORD, John sawyer Pt Adelaide 1852 Memorial 80/44

FORD, John formerly of the Port Road but now settler Waipa in New Zealand 1854 Memorial 364/99

No 3

FORD, John farmer Section 388 Hundred of Light 1855 Application 1195

FORD, John farmer Light River 1860 Application 1195

No 4 - perhaps a continuation of No 3

FORD, John farmer Bagot Gap near Kapunda 1856[-1858] Memorial 305/99

FORD, John farmer Hyde Park near Kapunda 1860[-1865] Memorial 112/164

FORD, John farmer Hyde Park Farm, Bagot Gap near Kapunda 1863 Application 4450

FORD, John formerly licensed victualler Kapunda 1865 now farmer Rosehill near Kapunda 1877 [Probably Fords named after this man] Application 16512.

 

FORD, John farmer Invermay near Kapunda 1867[-1871] Memorial 36/219

FORD, John farmer formerly of Invermay near Kapunda but now of Duells Hill near Kapunda 1872 Memorial 187/260

FORD, John farmer Kapunda, about to leave the province on a voyage to Pt Darwin, power of attorney to James HYDE farmer Hamilton, to manage his business affairs while he was away 19/6/1872 Deposit 107/1872

No 5 - perhaps the same person

FORD, John grocer Adelaide 1856 Memorial 26/95

FORD, John shopkeeper's assistant Kadina 1871 Memorial 37/256

No 6

FORD, John licensed victualler Railway Hotel Kapunda 1865 Memorial 251/203

FORD, John formerly licensed victualler Railway Hotel Kapunda 1865 but now farmer Rosehill near Kapunda [Probably Fords named after this man] 1877 Application 16512

No 7

FORD, John of Minlaton 1880 Memorial 39/322

FORD, John farmer Minlaton 1883 Memorial 8/347

FORD, John storekeeper Minlaton 1888 Memorial 60/391

FORD, John of Minlaton 1889 Memorial 48/398

FORD, John storekeeper Minlaton trustee Institute Minlaton Minlaton township allotment land grant 1889 Grant Book 19 Page 200 County Fergusson

FORD, John and Robert sheepfarmers Minlaton 1891 Memorial 96/409

No 8

FORD, John farmer Hundred of King linked with Joseph Ford sheepfarmer Kooringa 1889 Memorial 62/399

No 9

FORD, John farmer Burnside 1900 Hundred of Minlacowie land grant Grant Book 19 Page 259 County Fergusson

FORD, John Chapman farmer Reedbeds 1866[-1873] Memorial 20/212

No 1 – likely to be the same person

FORD, John Henry farmer Minlaton 1883 Memorial 174/348

FORD, John Henry hotelkeeper Minlaton. Hundred of Minlacowie land grant 1901 Grant Book 19 Page 260 County Fergusson

FORD, John H JP hotelkeeper Minlaton 1910 Memorial 138/463

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

FORD, Joseph stockholder Kooringa. Hundred of Kooringa land grant 1861[-1872] Grant Book 8 Page 21 County Burra

FORD, Joseph stockholder near Kooringa 1882 Memorial 156/276

FORD, Joseph farmer near Kooringa 1882 Memorial 108/346

FORD, Joseph the Younger farmer near Baldina. Hundred of Baldina land grant 1882[-1884] Grant Book 9 Page 10 County Burra

FORD, Joseph the Elder farmer Hundred of King Co Burra 1885 Memorial 10/370

FORD, Joseph farmer Burra 1894 Memorial 57/423

FORD, Joseph farmer Kooringa linked with William Thomas Ford contractor Kooringa 1895 Memorial 165/424

FORD, Joseph sheepfarmer near Kooringa, died 17/10/1907 intestate and a widower. Father of Samuel Ford stockdealer near Kooringa and John Ford gardener near Kooringa Memorial 225/458

FORD, Joseph sheep farmer near Kooringa, died 17/10/1907 intestate and a widower. Letters of administration to his sons, Samuel Ford stock dealer near Kooringa and John Ford gardener near Kooringa 1908. Estate worth £20,000 Application 25443

FORD, Joseph stockdealer Kooringa, died 1907 intestate. Letters of administration to Samuel Ford stockdealer and John Ford gardener both near Kooringa 1908 Application 25496

No 1

FORD, Llewellyn carrier Crafers 1854 Memorial 139/77

FORD, Llewellyn farmer Mt Lofty 1857 Memorial 29/124

FORD, Llewellyn yeoman Crafers 1870 Memorial 52/249

FORD, Llewellyn and Llewellyn John labourers Crafers 1877 Application 15684

FORD, Louisa Matilda spinster Unley 1866 Application 7464

FORD, Matthew overseer North Adelaide (Stanley St) 1883 Memorial 181/350

FORD, MF farmer Wilmington 1885 Memorial 139/371

FORD, Michael farmer Undalya Hundred of Redhill land grant 1879 Grant Book 14 Page 372 County Daly

FORD, Owen grocer Gawler 1855 Memorial 376/87

No 1

FORD, Owen Thomas Joseph of Kapunda. Son of Charles Ford storekeeper Kapunda 1859 Memorial 341/156

FORD, Owen Thomas Joseph superintendent Redbanks near Gawler linked with Charles Ford storekeeper Kapunda 1866 Memorial 227/211

FORD, Owen Thomas Joseph farmer Eurelia. Co Dalhousie. Wilson [also known as Kanyaka Siding] (Hundred of Cudlamudla) township allotment land grant 1881 Grant Book 49 Page 166 County Newcastle

FORD, Owen Thomas Joseph farmer Gladstone Co Victoria. Hundred of Eurelia land grant 1882[-1884] Grant Book 13 Page 380 County Dalhousie

FORD, Owen Thomas Joseph storekeeper Terowie trading under the style or firm of Ford Bros 1885 Memorial 210/369

No 1

FORD, Patrick of Marion on the Sturt 1856 Memorial 285/107

FORD, Patrick labourer Marion 1860 Application 1349

No 1

FORD, Peter sawyer Old Tiers 1847[-1854] Memorial 465/9.

FORD, Peter sawyer Old Tiers. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1852[-1853] Grant Book 1 Page 21 County Adelaide

FORD, Peter of Section 934 near Crafers, died 30/11/1869 intestate. Husband of Harriet Ford. Enrolment 5/50

FORD, Peter sawyer Section 934 near Crafers died. Husband of Harriet Ford. His only son called Llewellyn Ford carpenter Crafers. The Peter Fords also had a daughter - Harriet BEAMES wife of William Beames licensed victualler Crafers 1871 Application 11670

No 1

FORD, Richard labourer Brompton 1863 Application 4457

No 2

FORD, Richard miner Wallaroo Mines. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1877 Grant Book 14 Page 230 County Daly

No 1

FORD, Robert labourer Hindmarsh 1848 Memorial 459/84

FORD, Robert labourer Hindmarsh and Mary Ford his wife 1855 Memorial 267/80

No 2

FORD, Robert farmer Mt Lofty 1876 Memorial 73/287

FORD, Robert Albert auctioneer Minlaton 1902 Memorial 94/447

FORD, Samuel farmer Reeves Plains Hundred of Mudla Wirra land grant 1866 Grant Book 27 Page 294 County Gawler

FORD, Susan married woman Nackara 1893 Memorial 75/417

No 1

FORD, Thomas innkeeper Adelaide 1843 Memorial 162/3

FORD, Thomas innkeeper Adelaide 1843 Application 20282

No 2 - likely to be a continuation of No 1

FORD, Thomas farmer Reedbeds 1845[-1847] Memorial 366/5

FORD, Thomas publican Adelaide (Castle Inn Waymouth St then Hindley St) 1847[-1859]. Died 6/1/1859. Husband of Jane Dingle Ford. Father of James Thomas Ford gardener Reedbeds and Susannah Ford no description 1859 Memorials 38/10, 267/180, 84/187

FORD, Thomas died 6/1/1859. Likely the family consisted of James Thomas Ford gardener Paradise, John Chapman Ford farmer Reedbeds, Sarah Jane AITKEN wife of James Aitken gardener Bay Road, and Margaret Smith EARLE wife of Joseph John Earle ship owner Pt Adelaide 1866 Memorial 19/212

FORD, Thomas farmer Adelaide, died 7/1/1859 (In SA by 1839). He left real estate to his children who were situated thus by 1869 - James Thomas Ford gardener Paradise, John Chapman Ford farmer Reedbeds, Sarah Jane AITKEN nee Ford wife of James Aitken farmer near Lobethal, and Margaret Smith EARLE nee Ford wife of Joseph John Earle storekeeper Pt Adelaide Memorial 119/237

No 3

FORD, Thomas labourer Adelaide 1849. Purchased the Clare Inn at Clare Memorial 88/15

No 4

FORD, Thomas gold digger Adelaide 1853 Hundred of Macclesfield land purchase Memorial 213/56

FORD, Thomas gold digger Norwood 1852[-1853] Memorial 369/45

FORD, Thomas farmer Macclesfield 1860 Memorial 345/163

No 5

FORD, Thomas wheelwright Adelaide 1854[-1883] Memorial 347/65

FORD, Thomas wheelwright Unley 1854[-1862] Memorial 439/69, Application 3481

FORD, Thomas gentleman Mary St, Unley, died c1896. Husband of Louisa Ford Memorial 221/427

FORD, Thomas gentleman Mary St, Unley, died 4/4/1896. He left his whole estate to his wife, Louisa Ford. Louisa Ford died 2/3/1910 at home in Mary St, Unley. She left a house in Queen St to her granddaughter Amelia Louisa OSWALD wife of Lewis FG Oswald of Sydney. Another house in Queen St to her granddaughter Florence May WELLS wife of Francis Richard Wells of Gawler. Two other houses in Queen St and the rest of the estate to her granddaughter Ivy Myrtle SAYERS of Mary St, Unley. Her grandson, Herbert Thomas Ford Sayers theatrical proprietor Broken Hill NSW to be the executor and trustee 1910 Application 25843

No 6

FORD, Thomas labourer Gawler South 1868 Application 9374

FORD, Timothy farmer Saddleworth Hundred of Willochra land grant 1882 Grant Book 24 Page 547 County Frome

No 1

FORD, WE hotelkeeper Clare 1875 Memorial 218/287

FORD, William Edward licensed victualler Adelaide and Elizabeth Ford his wife formerly Elizabeth BRADLEY (widow of the late Joseph Spratt Bradley who died intestate ) 1879 Memorial 171/313

FORD, William Edward licensed victualler Adelaide. His wife, Elizabeth Ford, died 30/3/1894 Unley Memorial 82/494

FORD, William Henry farmer Gumeracha Hundred of Minlacowie land grant 1882 Grant Book 19 Page 256 County Fergusson

No 1

FORD, William Thomas contractor Kooringa 1882 Memorial 239/339

FORD, William Thomas formerly contractor Kooringa but now overseer Yubalie Station 1887[-1892] Memorial 65/384

FORD, William Thomas out of business Kooringa 1894 Memorial 235/422

FORD, William Thomas stockdealer formerly of Sturt Vale but then of Kooringa, died 4/4/1905 Oakbank sheep station intestate. Husband of Sarah Ford Memorial 98/491

FORD, Sarah Ann widow Kooringa, died 25/3/1924 (Husband William Thomas Ford contractor Kooringa died 4/4/1905 intestate). Mother of Edith Annie TIVER (wife of Harold Walter Tiver sheepfarmer formerly of near Hallett but now of Flagstaff Aberdeen near Kooringa). Sister of Elizabeth THEEUFF Memorial 49/491 & RPA Search 565

FORDER, Arthur Herbert electrician Laura 1933 Memorial 52/507

No 1

FORDER, Augustus Highmoor formerly of Maryborough Vic 1855 Memorial 489/80

FORDER, Augustus Highmoor schoolmaster Redruth 1857[-1860] Memorial 36/127

FORDER, Augustus Highmoor of Redruth 1857[-1858] Secretary to the Redruth and County of Burra General, Land, Building and Investment Society Memorial 309/130

FORDER, Augustus Highmoor clerk Redruth 1860 Memorial 123/165

FORDER, Augustus Highmoor writing clerk Redruth 1860[-1863] Memorial 170/168

FORDER, Augustus Highmoor formerly schoolmaster but now civil servant Redruth 1893 Memorial 128/418

FORDER, AH clerk of the local court Redruth 1864[-1875] Memorial 221/200, Application 14089

FORDER, Augustus Highmore gentleman Redruth Hundred of Kooringa 1876 Memorial 110/290

FORDER, Augustus Highmore gentleman Redruth near Kooringa and Elizabeth Rutter Forder his wife 1888 Memorial 191/393

FORDER, Augustus Highmoor gentleman formerly of Redruth but now of Cockburn 1899 Memorial 2/439

FORDER, Augustus Highmoor sheepfarmer Cockburn 1903 Memorial 147/450

FORDER, Augustus Highmoor out of business Laura, died 15/9/1917. He owned land in SA and in Broken Hill NSW. He left legacies from cash in the bank to his daughter Sarah Ridpath DAVIDSON, to his daughter Annie Ridpath ALLANSON, to his daughter Rosalie Ethel TRENGROVE (Was she the wife of Arthur Martin Trengrove clergyman Laura?) - to his son Arthur Herbert Forder and his daughter-in-law Elizabeth Jane Forder, with special thanks to them for looking after him during 'his present illness'. The executors also had to sell the real estate and divide the proceeds equally amongst the children Application 27932

No 1

FORDHAM, Abraham farmer formerly of Adelaide, but now of Churchfield on the Torrens, and Elizabeth Fordham his wife 1845 Memorial 481/4 Formerly of Grenfell St, Adelaide, but now of the Sources of the Torrens 1845 Memorial 153/14 Wine cooper Adelaide 1849 Memorial 213/14

FORDHAM, Abraham publican Eagle on the Hill Inn near Adelaide 1858 Memorial 247/139

FORDHAM, Abraham formerly wine and spirit merchant Adelaide but then licensed victualler Mt Barker Rd, became a bankrupt in 1863 Memorial 260/191

No 1

FORDHAM, Abraham Bishop of Adelaide 1849 Memorial 211/14

FORDHAM, Abraham Bishop gentleman Adelaide 1855 Memorial 127/85

FORDHAM, Arthur of Stirling North 1873 Memorial 37/266

FORDHAM, George mariner Pt Adelaide 1852 Memorial 161/42

No 1

FORDHAM, George W clerk to Messrs WAY & SYMON solicitors Adelaide 1875 Memorial 72/283

FORDHAM, George William commercial traveller Adelaide 1878 Memorial 170/319

No 1

FORDHAM, Henry Helyer of the Eagle on the Hill Hotel 1858 Memorial 151/145

FORDHAM, Henry Helyer chemist Nairne 1860 Memorial 219/170

FORDHAM, William Robert of the Glen Osmond Road 1855 Memorial 461/90

FORDHAM, William Robert licensed victualler Glen Osmond Road took out a lease of the Beehive Inn at Nairne 1856[-1860] Memorial 12/113

FORDHAM, William Robert licensed victualler Eagle on the Hill near Adelaide 1867 Memorial 211/224

FORDHAM, WR of Glen Osmond 1869 Memorial 196/304

FOREMAN, Charles shoemaker Maidstone 1859[-1905] Memorial 57/159

FOREMAN, Emma Lillian married woman 15 Mundulla St, Kilkenny 1952 Application 28891

FOREMAN, Francis retired farmer 5 Dunbar Tce, Glenelg, and Margaret Bridget Foreman his wife 1923 Memorial 154/489

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

FOREMAN, George carrier and gilder Brompton 1852[-1854] Memorial 339/44

FOREMAN, George farmer Brompton. Hundred of Yatala land grant 1853 Grant Book 1 Page 67 County Adelaide

FOREMAN, George farmer Brompton 1854[-1855] Memorial 2/69

FOREMAN, George of Thebarton 1855 Memorial 403/94

FOREMAN, George carrier Thebarton 1857 Memorial 252/115

FOREMAN, George farmer near Pt Adelaide, died 1865. He left 6 silver teaspoons to his daughter, Margaret Foreman, and the rest of the estate to his wife, Jane Foreman. His brother, John Foreman printer Thebarton, was an executor Memorial 183/202

FOREMAN, George gentleman Chapel St, Thebarton, had lived in the village for over 50 years 1898 Application 23519

No 2

FOREMAN, George gardener Third Creek near Magill 1899 Memorial 27/439

FOREMAN, George gardener Third Creek near Magill, died 21/5/1901. Brother of James Foreman no description. Estate worth £445. Executor; Alfred George SCHRODER estate agent Adelaide Memorial 65/445

No 1

FOREMAN, Henry labourer Yacka Yacka (Hundred of Yackamoorundie) township allotment land grant 1884 Grant Book 56 Page 106 County Stanley

FOREMAN, Henry farmer Yacka Hundred of Koolunga land grant 1886 Grant Book 55 Page 192 County Stanley

FOREMAN, Henry farmer Yacka 1887[-1889] Memorial 13/386

No 1

FOREMAN, James of Willunga 1853 Memorial 380/62

FOREMAN, James farmer Willunga 1854 Memorial 331/65

No 2

FOREMAN, James labourer Magill 1877 Memorial 8/297

FOREMAN, James gardener Third Creek near Magill 1914 Application 26413

No 1

FOREMAN, John printer South Tce, Adelaide 1842[-1848] Memorial 344/3

FOREMAN, John printer George St, Thebarton, died c1882. Father of Elizabeth CARTWRIGHT widow George St, Thebarton. Grandfather of Emma Eno TAYLOR widow George St, Thebarton (daughter of Elizabeth Cartwright) Memorial 158/472

FOREMAN, John printer Thebarton, died 22/1/1882. He had two children - Wiliam John Foreman gentleman Ridleyton, who died 5/4/1881, of chronic rheumatic gout, aged 43, and Elizabeth CARTWRIGHT widow of Edward Cartwright farmer George St, Thebarton, who died 1/3/1915, of senile decay, aged 82. Born Newcastle upon Tyne, England. In SA 75 years. Married at 22. 2 daughters living and 4 sons deceased. Mother of Emma Eno TAYLOR widow George St, Thebarton 1915 Application 26434

No 2

FOREMAN, John labourer Aldinga 1857 Memorial 28/123

FORMAN, Mrs storekeeper Alberton 1871 Application 11276

FORESHEW, Edward yeoman Nuriootpa 1856 Memorial 218/107

FORESHEW, Robert farmer Brighton 1858 Memorial 23/141

FOREWARD, John gardener Watervale 1858 Memorial 235/145

FORFAR, John gentleman North Road 1860 Memorial 220/162

No 1

FORGIE, Alexander carpenter Gawler 1859 Memorial 33/159

FORGIE, Alexander builder Gawler 1867[-1870] Memorial 243/232

FORGIE, Alexander builder Gawler. Gawler Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee 1877 Memorial 226/306

FORGIE, Matthew Wilson formerly carpenter Gawler but now out of business Adelaide 1929 Memorial 59/501

No 1

FORMBY, Alfred shipping agent Alberton and Penola Formby his wife 1904 Memorial 138/452 

FORMBY, Alfred shipping agent Alberton and Penola Formby his wife 1910 Application 25780

FORMBY, Charles clerk Bank of Adelaide Kingston S-E 1874 Memorial 141/274

No 1

FORMBY, Edward shipping agent Pt Adelaide 1881 Memorial 18/332

FORMBY, Edward clerk Pt Adelaide 1882 Application 19088

FORMBY, Edward brewer's manager Broken Hill NSW, died c1890 intestate. Husband of Sarah Solway Formby of Semaphore. His estate worth £1,800 Memorial 211/404

FORMBY, Sarah Solway widow Woodville relict of the late Edward Formby formerly shipping agent Pt Adelaide 1881 and then late brewer's manager Broken Hill NSW 1893 Application 22604

FORMBY, Eleonor Elizabeth widow formerly of Langhorne Creek but now of Strathalbyn daughter of the late Matthias WHITE 1909 Memorial 72/462

FORMBY, Henry Lonsdale grazier Rockleigh 1953 Application 28931

FORMBY, Herbert John farmer The Hermitage 1896 Memorial 223/427

No 1

FORMBY, John Esquire late of Adelaide now of Liverpool, England 1846 Memorial 75/6 Settler the Para 1848 Memorial 469/12 FORMBY, John Esquire now or formerly of the Little Para 1844 Memorial 169/84

FORMBY, John merchant Adelaide (Grenfell St) 1848[-1854] Memorial 91/11

FORMBY, John agent Pt Adelaide 1862[-1878] Memorial 349/186

FORMBY, John shipping agent Pt Adelaide 1870 Enrolment 98/52

FORMBY, John merchant Pt Adelaide 1865[-1898] Memorial 275/202

FORMBY, John gentleman Woodville 1877 Memorial 196/300

FORMBY, John agent Pt Adelaide 1880 Application 18243

FORMBY, John gentleman Pt Adelaide, owned land abutting against Tam O'Shanter Creek between 1865-1898. He had erected a wool store and a jetty for merchandise to be brought in and taken away. In 1898, he sold the property to the Harrison Brothers millers Pt Adelaide 1899 Application 23844

No 1

FORMBY, John the Younger farmer Kenton Valley 1936 Application 28002

FORMBY, WH & Co merchants Adelaide 1851 Memorial 194/37.

FORMBY, William farmer Paris Creek near Meadows 1907 Application 25336

No 1

FORREST, Alexander blacksmith Gumeracha 1851[-1856] Memorial 225/35.

FORREST, Alexander blacksmith Gumeracha 1856 Memorial 340/133

No 2

FORREST, Alexander farmer Black Rock Plain. Hundred of Black Rock Plain land grant 1880 Grant Book 13 Page 105 County Dalhousie

FORREST, Alexander the Younger farmer Black Rocks Plains 1895 Application 22847

No 1

FORREST, Charles blacksmith Aldinga 1871 Memorial 22/255

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

FORREST, Charles farmer Myponga Hundred of Myponga land grant 1880 Grant Book 36 Page 420 County Hindmarsh

FORREST, Charles sheep farmer Myponga. Myponga Institute trustee 1891 Memorial 148/407

FORREST, Charles JP of Myponga 1893 Memorial 10/418

FORREST, Charles farmer and grazier Myponga 1905[-1908] Memorial 4/453, Application 25403

FORREST, Charles sheepfarmer formerly of Myponga but now of Middleton 1922 Memorial 43/486

No 1

FORREST, David storekeeper Echunga 1859[-1860] Memorial 148/158

FORREST, David storekeeper [formerly of Echunga but now of] North Adelaide 1876 Memorial 225/293

FORREST, Francis shipwright South Rhine 1855 Memorial 171/87

FORREST, George farmer Wasleys 1885 Memorial 101/371

No 1

FORREST, HJB bank clerk Robe 1886 Memorial 10/374

FORREST, HB Manager of the Union Bank Kingston Branch 1897 Application 28146

No 1

FORREST, James farmer Brownhill Creek 1854 Memorial 434/68

FORREST, James stockholder Brownhill Creek 1854 Hundred of Kanmantoo land grant Memorial 314/67

FORREST, James farmer Brownhill Creek 1861 Memorial 186/174

FORREST, James stockholder Kanmantoo 1854 Memorial 21/79

FORREST, James farmer Springfield near Kanmantoo and Daniel MCFARLANE stockholder Calcabarra, Yorke Peninsula carrying on the business of stockholders and sheep farmers at Calcabarra in partnership under the style or firm of Forrest & McFarlane 1865 Memorial 1/207

FORREST, James farmer Blackhill near Kanmantoo 1868 Memorial 43/229

FORREST, James formerly stockholder Brownhill Creek 1853 but now farmer Kanmantoo 1874 Application 13244

FORREST, James farmer Sections 522 & 524 Hundred of Myponga 1887 Memorial 160/381

No 2

FORREST, James farmer Black Rock 1887 Memorial 194/383

FORREST, John farmer Kingswood 1887 Memorial 99/385

FORREST, John L Secretary of the Kapunda Building Society 1858 Memorial 308/132

FORREST, John Teller of the National Bank of Australasia Adelaide, about to leave the province, power of attorney to Josiah Henry SYMON solicitor Adelaide, to manage his business affairs 28/12/1877 Deposit 73/1880

FORREST, Keith Dow farmer Long Valley near Strathalbyn 1946[-1949] Memorial 6/521, Application 28627

No 1

FORREST, Richard agent Kensington Park 1882 Memorial 198/345

No 2

FORREST, Richard storekeeper Glenelg 1885[-1888] Memorial 37/385

No 3

FORREST, Richard butcher Pt Wakefield 1889 Memorial 138/400

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

FORREST, Thomas farmer Happy Valley 1848[-1855] Memorial 297/11

FORREST, Thomas sawyer Happy Valley South Road 1853 Hundred of Myponga land grant Memorial 156/68

FORREST, Thomas farmer Myponga 1854[-1894] Memorial 119/76, Application 22727

FORREST, Thomas farmer formerly of Myponga 1854 but now of Pt Pirie 1876 Application 15128

FORREST, Thomas Forrest of Myponga and Helen Forrest his wife 1878 Memorial 26/310

FORREST, Thomas the Younger farmer Myponga 1891 Memorial 148/407

No 2

FORREST, Thomas stockholder Willalucca South-Eastern District 1863 Memorial 134/187

No 3

FORREST, Thomas butcher Stansbury 1911 Memorial 102/464

No 4

FORREST, Thomas farmer Pinnaroo. Hundred of Pinnaroo land grant 1923 Grant Book 12 Page 52 County Chandos

No 1

FORREST, William farmer Pt Gawler 1847 Memorial 29/8

FORREST, William farmer Eastern Sources of the Torrens 1853 Memorial 299/55 Farmer near Mt Torrens 1853 Memorial 299/55 Farmer South Rhine 1853[-1854] Memorial 302/58

FORREST, William farmer South Rhine Hundred of South Rhine land grant 1860 Grant Book 58 Page 237 County Sturt

FORREST, William farmer Pinkerton Plains Hundred of Dalkey land grant 1869 Grant Book 26 Page 238 County Gawler

FORREST, William farmer Pinkerton Plains, died 19/2/1875 of laryngitis, 25aged 60 Application 16791

FORREST, William farmer Springton and Sara Ann Forrest his wife 1896 Memorial 168/428

No 1 - the Elder

FORRESTAL[later FORRESTEL], Thomas farmer Government Farm 1851 Memorial 171/29

FORRESTAL, Thomas farmer Brownhill Creek 1851 Memorial 62/37.

FORRESTAL, Thomas farmer Gawler Plains 1852 Memorial 257/61 Farmer Peachey Belt 1853[-1869] Memorial 258/61

FORRESTAL, Thomas the Elder farmer Angle Vale 1878 Memorial 139/311

FORRESTAL, Thomas the Elder farmer formerly of Angle Vale but now of Pt Pirie 1883 Memorial 215/355

FORRESTAL, Thomas the Elder farmer Napperby. Hundred of Pirie land grant 1883 Grant Book 60 Page 297 County Victoria

FORRESTAL, Thomas farmer Napperby 1896 Memorial 95/427

FORRESTAL, Thomas farmer Napperby near Pt Pirie 1901 Memorial 243/443

FORRESTAL, Thomas the Elder farmer Warnertown, died 28/6/1884. Father of Thomas Forrestel the Younger farmer Warnertown Memorial 23/504

No 2 - the Younger

FORRESTEL, Thomas farmer Pt Pirie trustee Institute Warnertown Warnertown (Hundred of Napperby) township allotment land grant 1901[-1902] Grant Book 60 Page 417 & 418 County Victoria

FORRESTAL, Thomas the Younger farmer Warnertown, beneficiary under the will of Thomas Forrestel the Elder 1902 Application 24389

FORRESTAL, Thomas gentleman 8 Royal Ave, off Gilles St, Adelaide, died 4/5/1913. Brother to Catherine Mary NEAGLE widow 8 Royal Ave, off Gilles St, Adelaide, Margaret CARTER (no description) and Mary Ann KEVILLE. £500 bequest to St Mark's Roman Catholic Church, Pt Pirie. Catherine Mary Neagle (widow of George Neagle farmer) died 18/2/1929, of senility and cerebral thrombosis, aged 80. Born at Brownhill Creek. Two deceased daughters. Bequests to the children of the late Thomas Aloysius KEVILLE of New Mile End, Gertrude KEVILLE widow 18 Victoria Ave, Rose Park, and Ellen Clara SHAKES wife of JG Shakes of Hyde Park. Aunt to Catherine Nora Mary MCINTYRE. Mrs Neagle's parents, Thomas and Bridget Forrestel and her brother, Thomas Forrestal formerly the Younger, buried in the Pt Pirie Cemetery Memorials 26 & 27/504

No 1

FORRESTAL, Thomas cooper Adelaide 1868 Memorial 126/228

FORRESTAL, Thomas cooper Adelaide (Grattan St), died 4/12/1880, of phthisis, aged 42 Memorial 24/504

FORRESTAL, Thomas cooper Adelaide (Grattan St), died 4/12/1880, of phthisis aged 42 Application 27836

FORRESTER, Andrew blacksmith Callington 1858 Memorial 101/141

FORRESTER, Anna Wilhelmine widow Unley Rd, Unley 1909, declared that she was born in 1854 at Hope Valley, the daughter of Heinrich Friedrich Wilhelm KLOPPER farmer Hope Valley and his wife, Caroline Henriette Friedrike Klopper. FW Klopper died 1888. Mrs Klopper still alive in 1909 Application 25701

FORRESTER, Deborah Bowman widow Gilberton linked with Edwin Thomas Forrester of Ellabeck Farm near Mintaro 1873 Memorial 50/265

No 1

FORRESTER, Deborah widow Mintaro 1877 Memorial 173/298

FORRESTER, Deborah widow Enfield, life interest in trust in pt Lot 15 village of Enfield, then to her granddaughter Mary Deborah Bowman Forrester spinster Enfield absolutely in remainder expectant 1883. Mrs Forrester had inherited the land under the will of Mary BOWMAN widow Enfield in 1861 Application 19981

FORRESTER, Edwin David and George farmers Gumeracha 1909 Application 25635

FORRESTER, Erdley Glenarvon grazier Minburra via Orroroo Johnburgh trustee Methodist Church Johnburgh 1925 Grant Book 13 Page 312 County Dalhousie

No 1

FORRESTER, John farmer Myrne, Co Perth, Scotland, power of attorney to Thomas ELDER and Robert Barr SMITH merchants Adelaide, to administer the estate of his father William FORRESTER, sometime farmer Myrne, later victualler Glasgow, Scotland, then farmer, innkeeper and postmaster Gilberton, killed on 8/2/1866, also his mother, Mary Forrester, nee BLAIR, both intestate. John Forrester inherited as eldest son and heir at law. The estate to be sold, expenses paid, and the remaining money transmitted to Scotland 19/6/1866. William Forrester was variously known as William Innes Forrester or William James Forrester. He married, as a farmer of Kilmadock, 20/6/1831, Mary BLAIR, at Gorbals House, Balfron, Co Stirling, Scotland. John Forrester born 3/7/1832 Glasgow, where William Forrester was a licensed victualler Deposit 154/1869

No 2

FORRESTER, John farmer Crystal Brook. Hundred of Napperby land grant 1896 Grant Book 60 Page 393 County Victoria

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

No 1

FORRESTER, Robert and William Wilson farmers near the Wheal Ellen Mine 1859 Memorial 88/167

FORRESTER, Robert farmer near Woodchester linked with William Wilson Forrester farmer Koolunga 1877 Memorial 117/298

FORRESTER, Thomas gentleman Napperby 1911 Memorial 220/465

No 1

FORRESTER, William Gilbert farmer Mintaro Co Stanley. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1876[-1879] Grant Book 60 Page 123 County Victoria

FORRESTER, William Gilbert stockholder Minburra Station 1890[-1896] Memorial 159/406

FORRESTER, William Gilbert stockholder Minburra Station linked with WG Forrester & Sons of Orroroo 1917 Memorial 23/476

FORRESTER, William Innes publican Bow and Arrow Inn Section 210 2727Hundred of Gilbert near Gilbert Town Wakefield River, and Deborah Bowman 27Forrester his wife 1862 Application 14241

FORRESTER, William James farmer Gilbert River 1861 Application 2471

FORRESTER, William Wilson saddler Strathalbyn 1853 Hundred of Strathalbyn land grant Memorial 277/65

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

FORRESTER, William Wilson of Yacka Hundred of Yackamoorundie land grant 1879 Grant Book 56 Page 87 County Stanley

FORRESTER, William Wilson farmer Strathalbyn Hundred of Yackamoorundie land grant 1881 Grant Book 56 Page 95 County Stanley

FORRESTER, William Wilson farmer Yacka trustee unnamed Cemetery Hundred of Yackamoorundie Hundred of Yackamoorundie land grant 1883 Grant Book 56 Page 97 County Stanley

FORRESTER, William Wilson farmer Yackamoorundie Hundred of Yackamoorundie land grant 1889 Grant Book 56 Page 98 County Stanley

No 1

FORSAITH, Thomas machinist Laura. Trustee Institute Laura Laura (Hundred of Booyoolie) township allotment land grant 1879 Grant Book 60 Page 456 County Victoria

FORSAITH, Thomas machinist Laura. Trustee Booyoolie Agricultural Society Inc 1899 Memorial 145/438

FORSCUTT, Samuel Thomas of South Road, Black Forest 1858 Memorial 320/139

No 1

FORSTER, Alfred farmer Dry Creek 1890 Memorial 132/401

FORSTER, Alfred farmer Northfield 1901[-1914] Memorial 9/442, Application 26338

No 1

FORSTER, Anthony merchant Jeffreys Square St Mary Axe, London, Middlesex, England 1845 Memorial 500/45

FORSTER, Anthony merchant Adelaide 1845 Memorial 102/26 Esquire Tavistock St, Adelaide 1848[-1849] Memorial 143/33

FORSTER, Anthony Esquire Tavistock Buildings Rundle St, Adelaide 1852 Memorial 99/42.

FORSTER, Anthony Esquire formerly of Greenock but now of Adelaide 1854[-1864] Memorial 89/79

FORSTER, Eliza married woman Angas St, Adelaide, wife of Anthony Forster gentleman of parts beyond the seas, about to depart the province for some time 1875 Memorial 56/285

FORSTER, Eliza of Angas St, Adelaide, wife of Anthony Forster gentleman of parts beyond the sea, about to depart from the province for some time, power of attorney to John BULLOCK gentleman Franklin St, Adelaide, to administer her SA business affairs 13/10/1875 Deposit 228/1875

FORSTER, A Yarwood of Killanoola, Narracoorte 1869 Memorial 191/243

FORSTER, Benjamin farmer Gawler River 1856 Memorial 336/118

FORSTER, Benjamin the Younger auctioneer Riverton 1880 Memorial 41/325

No 1

FORSTER, Charles of Gilles Plains 1880 Memorial 80/323

FORSTER, Charles chaff merchant Enfield, died 8/3/1900. His wife, Alicia Forster, to get his personal estate, with the income from the proceeds of the sale of real estate, including his chaff mill, to go in trust to her for life, or until her remarriage. His sons, Archie Forster and Lindsay Charles, infants, to get a house each at Northfield, in trust, until he was 25. The two unnamed daughters to get a swag of allotments each in Northfield. After the widow's death, the children to share equally absolutely in remainder expectant in the trust fund. Estate worth £6,500 Application 24297

FORSTER, Edmund Ryan gentleman Salisbury House, London Wall, London EC, England, power of attorney to Arthur Ernest AYERS gentleman Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 18/4/1906 Deposit 39/1906

No 1

FORSTER, Edmund Thomas linked with Susan Forster both of the Hundred of Lochaber 1893 Memorial 125/418

FORSTER, Edmund Thomas sheepfarmer Lochaber Hundred of Lochaber land grant 1894 Grant Book 29 Page 255 County MacDonnell

FORSTER, Ewen Cameron gentleman Adelaide, about to leave the province for some time, power of attorney to Nathaniel Alexander KNOX solicitor Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 30/3/1874 Deposit 49/1876

FORSTER, George and John farmers Gumeracha 1849[-1854] Memorial 472/70

No 1

FORSTER, Isaac farmer Currency Creek Hundred of Goolwa land grant 1864 Grant Book 36 Page 200 County Hindmarsh

No 2 – perhaps a continuation of No 1

FORSTER, Isaac carter Cheltenham 1878 Memorial 112/308

FORSTER, Isaac carter Cheltenham 1878. He could not write Application 16844

FORSTER, Isaac carter formerly of Cheltenham but now of Alberton 1898 Application 23511

No 1

FORSTER, John surgeon Brighton 1850, 1854 Memorial 310/26 Now of Strathalbyn late 1850[-1853] Memorial 427/26

FORSTER, John Esquire Littlehampton 1856 [Much speculation in Littlehampton township allotments] Memorial 367/96

FORSTER, John surgeon Brighton, about to leave the province for some time, power of attorney to John BULLOCK gentleman Adelaide, and in his absence, James RANKINE stockholder Strathalbyn, to manage his SA business affairs 17/1/1860 Deposit 118/1860

FORSTER, John Esquire formerly of Littlehampton but now of New Zealand 1860 Memorial 103/165

FORSTER, Dr formerly of Littlehampton but now of Streaky Bay 1863 Application 4741

FORSTER, John of Streaky Bay 1866 Memorial 4/217

FORSTER, John Esquire Littlehampton 1866 Memorial 65/218

FORSTER, John surgeon Mt Pleasant 1867 Memorial 10/222

FORSTER, John surgeon St Marys South Road 1879 Memorial 110/316

FORSTER, John surgeon formerly of St Marys on the Sturt but now of Crafers 1885 Memorial 177/371

No 2 - perhaps the Elder and the Younger; or two independent J Forsters carpenters Adelaide

FORSTER, John carpenter Adelaide 1853[-1858] Memorial 187/46

FORSTER, John carpenter formerly of Adelaide but now of the Hundred of Yatala 1856 Memorial 301/96

FORSTER, John carpenter Newton 1853 Memorial 102/50

FORSTER, John joiner Adelaide 1859[-1861] Memorial 172/155

FORSTER, John carpenter Adelaide, died c1864. His entire estate to his wife, Elizabeth Forster Enrolment 56/45

FORSTER, John carpenter Adelaide, died 4/9/1864. He left his whole estate, worth £700, to his wife, Elizabeth Forster, absoluteley. There were two sons of the marriage - Alfred Forster later farmer Northfield and Charles Forster chaff merchant Enfield. Elizabeth Forster remarried to James WANSTALL butcher of unstated address in 1875. James Wanstall died 1876. She died 3/11/1899 intestate at Gilles Plains, of 10 days' influenza and pneumonia, at her son Alfred Forster's home.

Application 24297

No 3

FORSTER, John and George farmers Gumeracha 1849[-1854] Memorial 472/70

FORSTER, John farmer Gumeracha 1854 Memorial 339/67

No 4

FORSTER, John labourer Marryatville 1860 Memorial 47/166

No 5

FORSTER, John farmer Adelaide 1862 Memorial 287/185

FORSTER, John farmer North Road near Adelaide 1862 Application 2793

No 1

FORSTER, John George farmer Lochaber trustee unnamed School Hundred of Lochaber Hundred of Lochaber land grant 1885[-1892] Grant Book 29 Page 254 County MacDonnell

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

FORSTER, Joshua Minister of the Gospel Inman Valley 1870 Application 10963

No 1

FORSTER, Maria spinster Coromandel Valley 1851 Memorial 438/35 Spinster Kensington 1854[-1865] Memorial 275/67

FORSTER, Maria spinster Mitcham 1856[-1857] Memorial 249/98

FORSTER, Maria spinster Kensington. Hundred of Barossa land grant 1862 Grant Book 2 Page 52 County Adelaide

FORSTER, Maria spinster formerly of Mitcham but now of Kensingtonn 1863 Memorial 44/187

FORSTER, Maria spinster formerly of Wolverhampton, Staffs, England but then of Kensington, died in the 1860s. Aunt to Edward Angus HAMILTON architect Kensington 1868 Memorials 42/235 & 85/235

FORSTER, Maria spinster Kensington, died 15/7/1869 at Kensington Memorial 25/237

FORSTER, Mary Ann widow Adelaide, about to leave the province for a time, power of attorney to Sir Henry AYERS Esquire Adelaide, and Arthur Ernest AYERS gentleman Adelaide, to manage her SA business affairs 4/3/1878 Deposit 49/1878

No 1

FORSTER, Matthew Esquire Tungkillo 1854 He purchased pastoral land for £1500 near Mt Remarkable from the WHITE brothers Memorial 436/72

FORSTER, Matthew Esquire Charlton Mine near Crystal Brook 1857[-1858] Memorial 129/122

FORSTER, Matthew mining engineer Charlton Mine 1857 Memorial 6/130

FORSTER, Matthew Esquire late of the Charlton Mine Crystal Brook, now of the Appeallina Mine 1860. Enrolment 208/7

FORSTER, Matthew Esquire formerly of the Charlton Mine near Crystal Brook but now of Tallowie 1861 Memorial 68/173

FORSTER, Matthew Esquire formerly of the Charlton Mine near Crystal Brook but now of Tallowie near Mt Remarkable 1861[-1862] Memorial 74/174

FORSTER, Matthew stockholder Tallowie 1865 Memorial 193/207

FORSTER, Matthew sheep farmer Mt Brown, died 1872. He left his entire estate to his wife, Mary Ann Forster Memorial 142/262

FORSTER, Mary Annie widow formerly of Norwood, but now of Erica Villa Shirley, Hants, England, about to marry George KNAPTON surgeon Shirley, Hants 1879 Memorial 202/315

No 1

FORSTER, Robert farmer Plympton 1844 Memorial 393/54

FORSTER, Robert farmer Plympton 1844 Application 16400

No 2

FORSTER, Robert farmer Langhorne Creek 1856 Langhorne Creek Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee Memorial 331/105

FORSTER, Thomas no description and Susan Forster widow both of the Hundred of Lochaber 1893 Memorial 125/418

No 1

FORSYTH, Alexander surgeon Laura 1879 Book 13 Page 284 County Dalhousie

FORSYTH, Alexander medical practitioner Laura Cradock (Hundred of Wirreanda) township allotment land grant 1879 Grant Book 28 Page 27 County Granville

FORSYTH, Alexander surgeon Laura, died 1880. He left his entire estate to his brother, William Forsyth gentleman Laura Memorial 16/324

No 2

FORSYTH, Alexander contractor Copperhouse near Kooringa 1888 Memorial 139/89

FORSYTH, Alexander contractor Copperhouse, died 9/7/1900 intestate Application 29040

FORSYTH, Archibald and FORSYTH, John rope manufacturers Sydney NSW, trading as Forsyth & Co, power of attorney to Alfred BONNIN barrister Waymouth St, Adelaide, to manage their SA business interests 21/1/1882 Deposit 238/1882

FORSYTH, David Smith farmer Morphett Vale 1884 Memorial 240/362

FORSYTH, JMcD Presbyterian Minister Clare 1921 Application 27102

No 1

FORSYTH, John teacher Nairne 1852[-1853] Memorial 484/42.

FORSYTH, John teacher Adelaide 1859 Memorial 304/157

No 2

FORSYTH, John shipwright Le Fevre Peninsula 1852 Memorial 184/42.

FORSYTH, John shipwright Le Fevre Peninsula 1853 Memorial 34/47

No 1 – perhaps the same person

FORSYTH, William gentleman Laura Simmonston (Hundred of Kanyaka) township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 49 Page 146 County Newcastle

FORSYTH, William agent Adelaide Hundred of Davenport land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 662 County Frome

FORT, Henry Bayles lighthouse keeper Cape Otway 1860 Memorial 186/165

No 1

FORT, James of Adelaide 1842 Memorial 239/99

FORT, James carter Adelaide 1846 Memorial 208/7

FORT, James carter Unley 1847 Memorial 22/8 Labourer Unley 1849 Memorial 222/19

FORT, James George of Adelaide 1842 Memorial 454/50

No 1

FORT, John farmer Marryatville 1853[-1855] Memorial 268/61

FORT, John farmer formerly of Marryatville but now of Burnside 1857 Memorial 35/118

FORT, Robert yeoman The Tiers 1856 Memorial 165/109

FORTH, Hedley Arthur contractor Kensington 1924 Application 27265

FORTH, William labourer Mintaro 1909 Application 25631

FORTHAM, A assistant Pt Pirie 1875 Memorial 53/286

No 1

FORTNUM, Charles Edward Esquire Adelaide 1842 Memorial 296/1

FORTNUM, Charles Edward Esquire Morialta near Adelaide 1842 Memorial 375/1

FORTY,William B storekeeper Pt Lincoln 1856 Memorial 323/102

No 1

FORWARD, Charles Esquire Nilpena Co Taunton. Farina (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 65 Page 70 County Not named

No 2

FORWARD, Charles salesman Adelaide (Gilles St) 1903. He was linked with William Forward livery stable proprietor Fullarton Application 24518

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

FORWARD, John the Elder labourer Adelaide 1848 Memorial 270/12

FORWARD, John the Elder farmer Watervale 1854 Linked with William Forward tailor Adelaide Memorial 354/64

FORWARD, John farmer Watervale 1855 Memorial 248/82

FORWARD, John gardener Watervale 1857 Watervale Bible Christian Chapel trustee Memorial 139/128

FORWARD, John tailor Watervale 1858[-1860] Memorial 149/139

FORWARD, John the Elder gardener Watervale, died 3/5/1865 intestate. In 1897, his son, William Forward out of business Watervale, took out letters of administration to settle the estate. J Forward's widow, Elizabeth Forward, had not done this. Estate worth £50 Memorial 157/431

FORWARD, John the Elder gardener Watervale, died 3/5/1865. He left his £50 estate in trust to his wife, Elizabeth Forward, for life, then to be sold and the proceeds distributed equally absolutely in remainder expectant amongst the children of John and Elizabeth Forward 1920 Application 26906

FORWARD, Sydney Harlington builder Coorara Ave, Payneham 1922, and Annie Forward his wife Application 27097

No 1

FORWARD, William labourer Adelaide 1848 Memorial 269/12

FORWARD, William tailor Adelaide 1854 Memorial 354/64

FORWARD, William tailor Watervale 1872 Memorial 191/257

FORWARD, William [formerly tailor but now] farmer Watervale 1870[-1896] Memorial 164/251

FORWARD, William farmer Watervale 1881 Application 18382

FORWARD, William farmer Hundred of Upper Wakefield near Watervale, died 13/1/1899. Uncle of Charles Forward son of the testator's brother J Forward. Real estate to Jane GREEN no description Memorial 58/437

FORWOOD, Frank Walter company director Dutton Tce, Medindie, linked with Keith Bower Forwood formerly draughtsman Daphne St, Prospect but now company director Dutton Tce, Medindie and Annie Forwood of 1 Hayward Ave, Torrensville 1953 Memorial 82/528

FORWOOD, Frederick surgeon Pt Adelaide 1859[-1876] Memorial 231/307, Application 8622

No 1

FORWOOD, Frederick Campbell chemist Alberton and Emma Forwood his wife linked with William P Forwood printer Adelaide 1873 Memorial 204/270

FORWOOD, Frederick Campbell of Pt Adelaide and Emma Forwood his wife 1880 Memorial 109/324

No 1 – Walter Weech Forwood

FORWOOD, Walter and Thomas and William DOWN, and James DAY ironfounders Adelaide trading under the style or firm of Forwood, Down & Co 1876 Memorial 157/290

FORWOOD, Walter Weech engineer and founder Adelaide 1878 Grant Book 18 Page 4 County Eyre

FORWOOD, Walter Weech engineer Adelaide 1885[-1898] Memorial 25/436

FOSBROOKE, Thomas gentleman Chesterfield, Co Derby, England, power of attorney to Frederic WICKSTEED accountant Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 3/6/1872 Deposit 29/1873

FOSTER, Alison domestic duties Parkside 1911 Memorial 146/464

No 1

FOSTER, Amos farmer formerly of Magill 1854 but now of Victoria Creek 1874 Application 13261

FOSTER, Amos farmer Victoria Creek Hundred of Barossa, died 24/1/1882. Husband of Sarah Ann Foster. Link with Emily CHELLEW wife of Richard Chellew carter and mother of Richard Amos Chellew (eldest living child), who was a miner at Williamstown by 1911. Executors; David Massey PEEK mason Williamstown and John Henry CUNDY blacksmith Williamstown Memorials 56 & 57/464

No 1

FOSTER, AJ clerk to J EMERSON solicitor Kapunda 1876[-1877] Memorial 197/289

FOSTER, AJ clerk to SW FLEMING solicitor Adelaide 1880 Memorial 149/324

FOSTER, AJ solicitor Terowie 1881 Memorial 65/333

FOSTER, AJ solicitor Eudunda 1889[-1890] Memorial 95/401

FOSTER, AJ solicitor Kapunda 1901 Memorial 163/444

FOSTER, Alfred sawyer Marryatville 1850[-1855] Memorial 241/27 [Perhaps a relative to George Foster the sub-divider of Marryatville??] Linked with George Foster brickmaker Marryatville 1855 Memorial 407/89Sawyer New Tiers 1855 Memorial 410/89

No 1

FOSTER, Amos farmer Magill 1854 Memorial 421/63

FOSTER, Amos labourer Adelaide 1857 Memorial 254/130

FOSTER, Amos farmer Williamstown near Lyndoch Valley 1865[-1870] Memorial 198/207

FOSTER, Amos farmer Victoria Creek Hundred of Barossa, died 24/1/1882. Husband of Sarah Ann Foster, who died 15/3/1908. Estate in trust for his wife during her lifetime then to Emily CHELLEW wife of Richard Chellew during her lifetime, then in trust to Richard Amos Chellew the eldest son of Emily Chellew then similarly to his eldest son etc in perpetuity. Trustees; David Massey PEEK mason Williamstown and John Henry CUNDY blacksmith Williamstown Memorial 56/464

No 1

FOSTER, Benjamin farmer on the north side of the Gawler River Hundred of Pt Gawler 1855 Memorial 56/88

FOSTER, Benjamin farmer Gawler River 1856[-1859] Memorial 336/118

FOSTER, Benjamin farmer Virginia 1864 Application 5008

FOSTER, Benjamin farmer Pt Gawler Plains near Pt Gawler 1868 Memorial 210/229

FOSTER, Benjamin farmer Tooratick near Virginia 1873 Application 12502

No 1

FOSTER, Charles licensed victualler Lower Mitcham 1886 Memorial 88/378

No 2

FOSTER, Charles farmer Warrow, had died by 1895 intestate. Letters of administration to John William Forster farmer Coulta to settle the estate Grant Book 21 Page 157 County Flinders

FOSTER, Edward John farmer Macclesfield and Lillian Florence Lavina Foster his wife 1954 Application 29053

FOSTER, Edwin gardener Crafers 1895 Application 22990

No 1

FOSTER, George brickmaker Marryatville 1850[-1859] Memorial 272/24

FOSTER, George brickmaker Marryatville. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1854 Grant Book 1 Page 25 County Adelaide

FOSTER, George brickmaker Marryatville died c1859, He left his estate to his wife, Emma Foster Memorial 171/161

FOSTER, George brickmaker Marryatville, died c1859. His whole estate to his wife, Emma Foster Enrolment 22/41

No 2

FOSTER, George farmer Marryatville 1872 Memorial 153/402

FOSTER, George Robert farmer Robe 1886 Memorial 40/376

FOSTER, Harold Daniel butcher Pt Adelaide 1920 Application 26940

FOSTER, Harold David butcher Port Road, Queenstown 1927 Application 27542

No 1

FOSTER, Henry labourer Magill 1848[-1854] Memorial 229/13

FOSTER, Henry farmer Magill 1854 Memorial 420/63

FOSTER, Henry yeoman Woodforde 1857 Memorial 110/129

FOSTER, Henry farmer formerly of Magill 1854 but now of Brownhill Creek 1866 Application 7138

FOSTER, Henry farmer near Crafers 1868 Memorial 47/237

FOSTER, Henry formerly yeoman Woodforde near Adelaide 1854 now market gardener Crafers 1870 Application 10924

FOSTER, Henry market gardener Belair, died 7/2/1889, of valvular heart disease, pneumonia and exhaustion, aged 68 Application 22596

No 2

FOSTER, Henry storekeeper Strathalbyn 1870 Memorial 36/249

FOSTER, Henry and Frederick HORNE storekeepers Strathalbyn trading under the style or firm of Foster & Horne, became bankrupts in 1871 Memorial 53/263

FOSTER, Henry storekeeper Strathalbyn became a bankrupt in1872 Application 12398

FOSTER, Henry E articled law clerk to Thomas Wilson FLEMING solicitor Adelaide 1888 Memorial 94/390

FOSTER, Isaac farmer Currency Creek 1857[-1865] Memorial 128/118, Application 1292

No 1 - likely to be the same person

FOSTER, James blacksmith Walkerville 1853 Memorial 401/47

FOSTER, James yeoman Norwood 1853 Memorial 265/46

FOSTER, James yeoman formerly of Norwood but now of Ballarat Vic 1868 Memorial 190/234

FOSTER, James engineer formerly of Norwood but now of Linton near Ballarat Vic 1869 Memorial 37/240

No 1

FOSTER, Jesse labourer Magill 1848 Memorial 230/13

FOSTER, Jesse labourer formerly of Magill but now of Melbourne Vic 1857 Memorial 162/136

No 1

FOSTER, John of Newton near Adelaide 1853 Memorial 494/47

FOSTER, John sawyer New Tiers 1855 Memorial 409/89

FOSTER, John sawyer formerly of the New Tiers but now of Kilmore Vic 1857 Likely a link with Jesse Foster brickmaker Kilmore Memorial 289/127

No 2

FOSTER, John licensed victualler Tea Tree Gully 1858 Memorial 93/147

No 3

FOSTER, John labourer Marryatville 1860 Memorial 224/161

FOSTER, John labourer Marryatville 1862. He could not write Application 3245

No 4

FOSTER, John labourer Le Fevre Peninsula 1876 Application 15534

No 5

FOSTER, John fisherman Beachport Hundred of Rivoli Bay land grant 1879 Grant Book 31 Page 253 County Grey

No 6

FOSTER, John farmer Echunga 1882 Application 19021

No 7

FOSTER, John storekeeper’s assistant Saddleworth 1889 born at Burra, on 28/1/1850, eldest son and heir at law of James Foster blacksmith Walkerville, and his wife, Mary Foster. James Foster died 25/11/1867 Application 21729

No 1

FOSTER, John Collard bootmaker North Adelaide 1850 Memorial 280/22

FOSTER, John Collard bootmaker Pt Adelaide 1853 Memorial 114/55

FOSTER, John Collard of Torrens Rd, Bowden 1872 Application 12435

FOSTER, John Henry carter Queenstown 1881 Application 18410

No 1 - likely to be the same person

FOSTER, John Henry Freeman farmer Lameroo. Hundred of Parilla land grant 1908 Grant Book 12 Page 93 County Chandos

FOSTER, John Lillecrapp gardener Echunga. Hundred of Kuitpo land grants 1904 Grant Book 2 Page 100 County Adelaide

No 1

FOSTER, John William farmer Hundred of Ulipa Co Flinders 1890 Memorial 44/406

No 2

FOSTER, John William farmer Warrow Hundred of Warrow land grant 1878[-1892] Grant Book 21 Page 155 County Flinders

FOSTER, John William farmer Hundred of Warrow trustee unnamed cemetery Hundred of Warrow land grant 1882 Grant Book 21 Page 156 County Flinders

FOSTER, John William farmer Warrow, had died by 1898. Executors – Margaret Foster widow Coulta, John James Foster farmer Coulta Grant Book 21 Page 157 County Flinders

FOSTER, John William farmer Coulta, died c1897. Husband of Margaret Foster. Probably father of John James Foster farmer Coulta Memorial 45/433

No 1

FOSTER, Joshua Bible Christian Minister Mt Torrens 1861 Memorial 270/175

FOSTER, Joshua minister Kadina 1863 Grant Book 14 Page 111 County Daly

FOSTER, Joshua Bible Christian Minister Mt Lofty 1865 Memorial 121/205

FOSTER, Joshua Minister of the Gospel Gawler River 1865 Memorial 267/203

FOSTER, Joshua Bible Christian Minister Kapunda 1876 Memorial 38/295

FOSTER, Lewis farmer Baldina 1890 Memorial 221/402

FOSTER, Richard of the Hindmarsh Brewery 1851 Memorial 32/38

No 1

FOSTER, Richard Witty storekeeper Quorn 1893[-1899] Memorial 198/419

FOSTER, Richard Witty gentleman Adelaide, died 5/1/1933. Executors; William Thomas Lees Foster farmer Mt Arden near Quorn and Elders Trustees Grant Book 12 Page 57 County Chandos

No 1

FOSTER, Robert butcher formerly of Plympton but now of Adelaide 1849[-1851] Memorial 402/16

No 2

FOSTER, Robert farmer Hay Valley [likely to have moved to somewhere near Strathalbyn] 1853 Memorial 377/86

FOSTER, Robert farmer The Bremer near Woodchester Hundred of Strathalbyn land grant 1863 Grant Book 37 Page 100 County Hindmarsh

FOSTER, Robert farmer [formerly of Hay Valley but now of] Narracoorte 1874 Memorial 20/275

FOSTER, Robert farmer Naracoorte Hundred of Naracoorte land grant 1876 Grant Book 50 Page 106 County Robe

No 3 - perhaps a continuation of No 2

FOSTER, Robert farmer Woodchester 1865 Application 6104

No 4

FOSTER, Robert of Lake St Clair 1881 Memorial 206/330

No 1

FOSTER, William ironmonger and storekeeper Adelaide 1842 (Rundle St) He was also a money lender Memorial 300/2.

FOSTER, William gentleman formerly of Adelaide, but now of Pt Lincoln 1849 Memorial 368/15

FOSTER, William storekeeper Pt Lincoln 1856 Memorial 297/100

FOSTER, William storekeeper Adelaide 1859 Memorial 131/155

FOSTER, William storekeeper formerly of Pt Lincoln but now of Adelaide 1861 Memorial 338/191

FOSTER, William storekeeper formerly of Pt Lincoln late of Adelaide, died 23/6/1862 Norwood Application 24468

No 2

FOSTER, William farmer Hyde Park Farm 1869 Application 10279

No 3 – perhaps the same person

FOSTER, William linked with Sections 136, 137 Hundred of Mt Muirhead Co Grey 1885 Memorial 165/367

FOSTER, William farmer Naracoorte Hundred of Naracoorte land grant 1874 Grant Book 50 Page 104 County Robe

FOSTER, William Henry farmer Carrieton 1886 Memorial 104/375

FOSTER, William Robson farmer Rendelsham Hundred of Rivoli Bay land grant 1901 Grant Book 31 Page 259 County Grey

No 1

FOSTER, WT clerk to Messrs FENN & WEARING 1852[-1854] Memorial 68/44

FOSTER, WT clerk to JT BAGOT solicitor Adelaide 1855[-1858] Memorial 268/82

FOSTER, WT clerk to BAGOT & LABATT of Adelaide 1858 Memorial 223/143

FOSTER, WT of Adelaide 1862 Memorial 118/183

FOSTER, William Thomas solicitor Kadina 1863 Application 4660

FOSTER, William Thomas solicitor Kadina 1863 Grant Book 14 Page 105 County Daly

FOSTER, WT solicitor Kadina 1864 Memorial 192/199

FOSTER, WT clerk to Messrs WAY & SYMON solicitors Adelaide 1874 Memorial 129/274

FOSTER, William Thomas gentleman Adelaide 1874 Application 13685

FOSTER, William Thomas solicitor Adelaide 1875 Application 14759

FOSTER, William Thomas solicitor Adelaide 1875[-1892] Memorial 44/285

FOSTER, William Thomas solicitor Gawler 1882 Memorial 96/344

FOSTER, William Thomas solicitor Adelaide, declared insolvent. Meeting of creditors on 24/8/1886 Arbitration Room, Marlborough Chambers, Waymouth St, Adelaide, to appoint trustees Application 22402

FOSTER, William Thomas solicitor Adelaide 1911 Application 25927

No 2

FOSTER, William Thomas storekeeper Pt Lincoln 1856 Memorial 136/124 Gentleman Kent Town 1857 Memorial 84/124 Storekeeper Adelaide 1857 Memorial 236/124

FOSTER, William Thomas gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now of Gawler 1882 Memorial 234/343

FOSTER, William Thomas Lees farmer Quorn 1932 Memorial 155/505

No 1

FOTHERINGHAM, Alexander overseer Floraville near Gawler 1845 Memorial 199/5

FOTHERINGHAM, Alexander stockholder Mt Brown 1854[-1856] Memorial 176/89

FOTHERINGHAM, Alexander stockholder Gawler 1857 Memorial 259/116

FOTHERINGHAM, Alexander stockholder Mt Brown, about to marry Caroline Eliza SERJEANT spinster Gawler, marriage settlement, ‘all and singular the cattle consisting of heifers, bullocks, and cows of him the said Alexander Fotheringham now running at the station of the said AF situated at Mt Brown … and branded X on the off ribs and off loin … to the sum of £2,000’, to trustee James Fotheringham brewer Gawler, to convert into money and invest in SA real estate in trust for the life benefit of Caroline Serjeant, then to her husband for life, and afterwards to their children equally absolutely in remainder expectant 12/4/1855 Deposit 91/1860

FOTHERINGHAM, Alexander stockholder Gawler married Caroline Eliza nee 3838SERJEANT on 12/4/1855 St Mary Sturt. Eldest son, Robert John Moir 3838Fotheringham, born 12/2/1856 Gawler. Alexander Fotheringham died 38387/1/1860 Gawler intestate. RJM Fotheringham inherited as heir at law. 3838James FERGUSON storekeeper Gawler was a good friend of Alexander 3838Fotheringham. By 1877, RJM Fotheringham farmed at White Gate Farm, Narridy Application 15979

FOTHERINGHAM, Caroline Eliza widow Gawler widow of Alexander Fotheringham stockholder Gawler 1890 Application 21929

FOTHERINGHAM, Caroline Emily widow Gawler 1867, the wife of Samuel August Icery LE BRUN gentleman Dulwich by 1899. She received some real estate in Gawler, from Richard Boucher JAMES Esquire England, 'in consideration of the love and affection borne towards her by RB James' Application 23772

No 1

FOTHERINGHAM, AS clerk Adelaide 1881 Memorial 34/336

FOTHERINGHAM, Anthony Skeoch sharebroker Adelaide 1891 Memorial 237/407

FOTHERINGHAM, Anthony Skeoch sharebroker Adelaide (King William St) linked with George Fotheringham the Younger civil servant Crystal Brook 1895 Memorial 112/424

No 1

FOTHERINGHAM, David brewer Gawler 1854 Memorial 406/77

FOTHERINGHAM, David the Elder brewer Gawler, died 7/8/1857 intestate. His eldest son, David Fotheringham the Younger, born 31/8/1847 Greenock, Scotland, late of Pt Augusta, now clerk Pt Adelaide (1872), inherited as heir at law. Elizabeth Fothergham widow Gawler, stated that she had married David Fotheringham Senr on 6/7/1846 Four Mills, Scotland. Robert Fotheringham brewer Kapunda gave some of the above information. William Fotheringham brewer Gawler bought the land at Gawler which David Fotheringham the Elder had owned Application 12175

FOTHERINGHAM, David the Younger clerk Pt Adelaide (eldest son and heir at law) and FOTHERINGHAM, William clerk Gawler sons of the late David Fotheringham the Elder brewer Gawler deeased 1872 Application 12175

No 2 - perhaps the same person

FOTHERINGHAM, David engineer Adelaide 1877 Memorial 240/303

FOTHERINGHAM, David engineer Rosewater and Eliza Fotheringham his wife 391881 Application 18467

No 3 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

FOTHERINGHAM, David sharebroker Adelaide 1897[-1904] Memorial 210/432

FOTHERINGHAM, David sharebroker Adelaide (Royal Exchange, King William St) 1902 Memorial 49/446

No 1

FOTHERINGHAM, George of Sydney, in administering the estate of the late Robert Fotheringham brewer Kapunda, power of attorney to Ferdinand Julius SOBELS agent Adelaide, to execute a certain bill of sale of 22/6/1882, between Richard Sobels licensed victualler Tanunda and Robert Fotheringham and William Benjamin ROUNSEVELL wine and spirit merchants Adelaide 8/9/1898 Deposit 44/1898

FOTHERINGHAM, George and Andrew THOMSON brewers Kapunda trading under the style or firm of Robert Fotheringham 1885 Memorial 46/373

FOTHERINGHAM, George brewer formerly of Kapunda, but now of Sydney NSW 1891. Probably a son of Robert Fotheringham brewer Kapunda Application 22045

FOTHERINGHAM, George gentleman formerly of Kapunda now of Sydney NSW 1899 Trustee for the estate of Robert Fotheringham brewer Kapunda deceased Application 23751

FOTHERINGHAM, George formerly brewer Kapunda but now clerk Sydney NSW 1901[-1912] Memorial 236/443

FOTHERINGHAM, Isabella nee HENDERSON widow Alloa, Co Clackmannan, Scotland, power of attorney to James DAWSON miller Gawler and Nathaniel OLDHAM land agent Adelaide, to manage her SA business affairs, ‘all acts and deeds matters and things which may be requisite and necessary for the management of my affairs in the province’ 8/9/1881. Mrs Fotheringham lent money out on mortgage on SA real estate Deposit 231/1881

No 1

FOTHERINGHAM, James yeoman North Para District 1842[-1843] Memorial 139/127.

FOTHERINGHAM, James farmer North Para District 1844[-1857] Memorial 407/3

FOTHERINGHAM, James farmer Gawler 1855 Memorial 6/93

FOTHERINGHAM, James brewer Gawler, possessed of considerable property in partnership with his brothers, Thomas and Robert Fotheringham, about to leave the province fo a time, power of attorney to Robert Fotheringham wine and spirit merchant Gawler, to manage his SA business affairs 16/12/1861 Deposit 127/1864

FOTHERINGHAM, James brewer formerly of Gawler but now in parts beyond the seas 1863 Memorial 104/192

FOTHERINGHAM, James brewer formerly of Gawler but at present residing in Scotland 1863 Memorial 292/189

FOTHERINGHAM, James formerly of Gawler but now in parts beyond the seas, Thomas Fotheringham of Kapunda and Robert Fotheringham of Gawler brewers and wine and spirit merchants trading under the style or firm of Fotheringham Brothers 1864 Memorial 199/195

FOTHERINGHAM, James brewer formerly of Gawler but now residing in England 1865 Memorial 23/202

FOTHERINGHAM, James brewer formerly of Gawler but now of Mitcham 1866 Memorial 175/211

FOTHERINGHAM, James brewer Mitcham, died 10/10/1866. He left estate to his brothers and sisters - John and George Fotheringham of Scotland and their sister Ann THOMSON wife of Robert Thomson of Black Grange Farm near Stirling in Scotland, and Thomas and Robert Fotheringham in SA. By 1891, George Fotheringham the Elder had also emigrated to SA where he lived at Mellor Park near the Semaphore. Probably his sons - Anthony Skeoch Fotheringham sharebroker Adelaide (King William St) and George Fotheringham the Younger civil service Crystal Brook Memorial 201/407

No 2

FOTHERINGHAM, James clerk Kapunda 1890 Memorial 101/403

FOTHERINGHAM, Kenneth clerk Alberton Co Adelaide. Tintinara (Hundred of Coombe) township allotment land grant 1911 Grant Book 10 Page 102 County Cardwell

FOTHERINGHAM, Maxwell Armstrong sharebroker Adelaide linked with Roy Stirling now of parts beyond the seas a Lieutenant in the AIF and Alison Hope Fotheringham his wife, and Margaret Graham Fotheringham widow Magill 1915 Memorial 122/473

No 1

FOTHERINGHAM, Robert wine and spirit merchant Gawler 1856[-1857] Memorial 51/95

FOTHERINGHAM, Robert and Andrew THOMSON brewers Kapunda carrying on business in partnership 1882 Memorial 209/344

FOTHERINGHAM, Robert and THOMSON, Andrew brewers Kapunda 1885 Application 20759

FOTHERINGHAM, Robert died 19/9/1885 intestate. Letters of administration to George Fotheringham who lived as a clerk in Sydney by 1891. Robert Fotheringham's widow?, Helen Fotheringham, still lived in Kapunda Memorial 171/407

No 1

FOTHERINGHAM, RJM clerk to Frederick F TURNER solicitor Gawler 1872 Memorials 178/264 & 180/264

FOTHERINGHAM, Robert John Moir farmer White Gate Farm, Narridy 1877, son of the late Alexander Fotheringham formerly stockholder Mt Brown 1854 Application 15979

FOTHERINGHAM, Robert John Moir cordial manufacturer Gawler 1883 Application 19987

FOTHERINGHAM, Robert John Moir brewer Gawler 1890 Application 21929

No 1

FOTHERINGHAM, Thomas of Gawler 1858 Memorial 179/139

FOTHERINGHAM, Thomas brewer Gawler, died 30/1/1894. Husband of Emily Fotheringham Memorial 62/421

FOTHERINGHAM, William accountant Kapunda 1871 Memorial 202/256

FOUCH, John miller Adelaide (Flinders St) 1863 Memorial 42/191

FOUDY, Michael labourer Adelaide 1856 Memorial 260/104

FOUKER, James labourer Mt Pleasant 1884 Memorial 71/362

FOULDS, Edward Angus farmer Cradock 1885 Memorial 115/369

FOULDS, James Angus farmer Belalie. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1879 Grant Book 60 Page 130 County Victoria

No 1

FOULDS, John Winter labourer Georgetown Hundred of Yackamoorundie land grant 1880 Grant Book 56 Page 92 County Stanley

FOULDS, John Winter farmer Hundred of Yadnarie Co Jervois 1886 Memorial 95/375

FOULDS, John Winter farmer Franklin Harbour 1886 Memorial 96/375

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

FOULIS, George wheelwright Adelaide 1849 Memorial 449/15 Wheelwright Dry Creek 1850 Memorial 132/22

FOULIS, George formerly blacksmith Adelaide (Rosina St) but now farmer Upper Dry Creek 1852 Memorial 418/42

FOULIS, George farmer Upper Dry Creek 1853[-1855] Memorial 10/59

FOULIS, George farmer Upper Dry Creek. Hundred of Yatala land grant 1853[-1854] Grant Book 1 Page 65 County Adelaide

FOULIS, George the Elder farmer Daisy Bank Farm near Golden Grove, died 20/12/1869 intestate. Estate worth £1,700. His eldest son, George Foulis the Younger, inherited his estate as heir at law. The deceased's widow, Elizabeth Foulis, still lived at Daisy Bank Farm in 1875 Memorial 32/283

FOULIS, George the Elder married Elizabeth nee ? on 1/6/1836 at Kirkwell, Orkeney Islands, Scotland, according to the rites of the Church of Scotland. 3 sons and 4 daughters of the marriage. The Foulis family emigrated to SA. George Foulis the Elder farmer Daisy Bank Farm near Golden Grove, died 20/12/1869 intestate. His eldest son, George Foulis the Younger farmer Daisy Bank Farm, born 10/12/1839, inherited his estate as heir at law Application 20877

No 2

FOULIS, George mariner Le Fevre Peninsula 1860[-1861] Memorial 326/169

FOULIS, George ship owner Le Fevre Peninsula 1875 Application 14210

FOULIS, George master mariner Semaphore Hundred of Davenport land grant 1879 Grant Book 24 Page 651 County Frome

No 3

FOULIS, George farmer Woolundunga 1887 Memorial 10/382

No 1

FOULIS, James farmer Hundred of Willowie 1888 Memorial 6/396

FOULIS, James farmer Willowie Hundred of Willowie land grant 1890 Grant Book 24 Page 747 County Frome

FOULIS, William farmer Hundred of Willowie 1887 Memorial 30/383

FOULKES, Charles plumber Gawler 1851 Memorial 427/37

No 1

FOULKES, Hugh farmer Mitcham 1847 Memorial 468/8

FOULKES, Hugh yeoman Mitcham 1853[-1854] Memorial 133/48

FOULKES, Hugh yeoman Mitcham and Ann Foulkes his wife 1853 Application 20600

FOULKES, Thomas Ebenezer servant Adelaide 1852 Memorial 126/41.

FOUNTAIN, Herbert Ernest labourer Mt Torrens 1912 Memorial 96/466

No 1 - likely to be the same person

FOUNTAIN, James blacksmith Adelaide 1853 Memorial 250/60

FOUNTAIN, James blacksmith Mt Charles 1863 Application 4048

FOUNTAIN, James blacksmith formerly of Adelaide 1853 but now of Mt Charles 1868 Application 9334

FOUNTAIN, James timber merchant Mt Charles 1879 Memorial 95/316

FOUNTAIN, James timber merchant Charleston Co Adelaide. Melton township land grant 1903 Grant Book 14 Page 481 County Daly

No 2

FOUNTAIN, James farmer Cudlee Creek 1860 Memorial 51/171

FOUNTAIN, James gentleman Parkside 1893 Memorial 21/420

FOUNTAIN, James farmer formerly of Cudlee Creek but now of Parkside 1906 Memorial 37/456

FOUNTAIN, Sarah widow Mt Torrens 1898 Application 23539

No 1

FOUNTAIN, William farmer Glendore 1859[-1867] Memorial 6/161 Father of John William Fountain no description 1863 Memorial 112/192

FOUNTAIN, William labourer Glendore 1867 Memorial 114/226

FOUNTAIN, William gentleman Black Springs father of Elizabeth Ann Fountain spinster of the same place 1864 Memorial 285/195

FOURACRES, Charles farmer Mallala. Hundred of Balaklava land grant 1872 Grant Book 26 Page 120 County Gawler

No 1

FOURDRINIER, Karl Joseph managing clerk to JC HAMP solicitor Adelaide 1898 Memorial 219/434

FOURDRINIER, Karl Joseph managing law clerk Adelaide 1902 Memorial 89/445

FOWERAKER, James farmer Mt Barker 1850 Memorial 75/27

No 1

FOWERAKER, John Francis of Adelaide 1857 Memorial 283/128

FOWERAKER, John Francis builder Adelaide Hundred of Dalrymple land grant 1879 Grant Book 19 Page 140 County Fergusson

FOWLER, Charles formerly of Adelaide, now of Maidstone, Kent, England 1845. He had business dealings with CH BAGOT and FS DUTTON. He was still in Adelaide in Feb 1845 Memorial 56/6

No 1

FOWLER, Charles William gentleman Mt Torrens 1868 Memorial 165/227

FOWLER, Charles William gentleman Woodside 1876 Memorial 128/290

No 1

FOWLER, David grocer and provision merchant Adelaide, about to depart from the province, power of attorney to his brother and co-partner in trade, George Swan FOWLER grocer and provision merchant Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 19/1/1865 Deposit 46/1865

FOWLER, David merchant formerly of Adelaide and late of Pandurra, College Road, Dulwich, Surrey, England now deceased. George Swan Fowler merchant Adelaide, one of the executors and trustees 1895 Application 23030

FOWLER, Janet of Pandurra College Road, Dulwich, Surrey, England, widow of David Fowler merchant Adelaide, who died 11/11/1881, power of attorney to George Swan Fowler grocer Adelaide, and David MURRAY gentleman Adelaide, to deal with her affairs and the affairs of her husband’s estate in SA 1/4/1885 Deposit 62/1885

FOWLER, Edmund painter Thebarton 1850[-1853] Memorial 4197/27

No 1

FOWLER, Edward yeoman Pt Adelaide 1853 Memorial 154/57

FOWLER, Edward yeoman Queenstown 1854 Memorial 32/72

FOWLER, Edward farmer Guichen Bay 1867 Memorial 129/225

FOWLER, Edward formerly yeoman Pt Adelaide 1853 but now carpenter Kingston S-E 1875 Application 14679

FOWLER, Frederick cabinetmaker Gawler 1871 Memorial 218/257

FOWLER, George Swan merchant Adelaide, in partnership with his brother David Fowler, under the style of D & J Fowler, power of attorney to D Fowler, to manage his SA business affairs 23/4/1869 Deposit 46/1869.

FOWLER, George Swan Murray orchardist formerly of Bridgewater but now of Churinga Road, Aldgate 1969 Memorial 24/536

No 1

FOWLER, James farmer Light Pass 1855 Memorial 163/81

No 2

FOWLER, James merchant Adelaide 1899 [Was he a merchant in Melbourne Vic during the 1860s?] Memorial 217/438

No 1

FOWLER, James Richard merchant Adelaide 1896 Application 23070

FOWLER, James Richard merchant Adelaide 1902[-1923] Memorial 31/447

No 1

FOWLER, John of Normanville 1859 Memorial 124/148

FOWLER, John shoemaker Normanville 1866 Memorial 3/209

FOWLER, John bootmaker Yankalilla 1880 Memorial 131/324

FOWLER, John bootmaker Yankalilla, died 17/8/1905. Husband of Eliza Fowler. Father of Harriett Ann PUTLAND wife of George Putland farmer Hay Flat near Normanville Memorial 71/454

No 1

FOWLER, John Daniel gardener New Glenelg 1892[-1897] Memorial 107/413

FOWLER, John Daniel gardener Kangarilla. Hundred of Kuitpo land grant 1906 Grant Book 2 Page 100 County Adelaide

No 1

FOWLER, John James carpenter Willaston near Gawler 1920 Memorial 159/479

FOWLER, John James carpenter formerly of Willaston but now of Peterborough 1928 Memorial 24/499

No 1

FOWLER, John Oliver storekeeper Penola 1908 Application 28466

FOWLER, John Oliver storekeeper Penola 1937 Memorial 74/511

No 1

FOWLER, John Roger Gresley farmer Mt Torrens 1852 Memorial 441/93

FOWLER, John Roger Gresley farmer Vilners near Mt Torrens, had died by 1854. Husband of Elizabeth Fowler now widow Vilners near Mt Torrens. Father of Charles William Fowler of Vilners only son and heir at law Memorial 73/74

FOWLER, Elizabeth widow Mt Torrens relict of the late John Roger Gresley Fowler gentleman Mt Torrens 1854 Memorial 220/65

FOWLER, Elizabeth widow Mt Barker 1854 Memorial 258/75

FOWLER, Elizabeth widow Mt Barker 1855 Memorial 436/87

FOWLER, Elizabeth remarried to Alexander LORIMER on 17/6/1856 Church of Scotland Manse Wakefield St Adelaide. Marianne DAVIS and Jessie Haining witnessed the ceremony. The widowed Mrs Lorimer lived in Unley by 1875 Application 14786

FOWLER, Martha of Woodside 1878 Memorial 16/310

No 1

FOWLER, Maxwell Thomas Browne Paymaster in HM Navy serving on HMS Psyche of parts beyond the seas and Florence Fowler his wife residing temporarily in Adelaide 1915 Memorial 120/473

FOWLER, Florence temporarily residing in Adelaide, wife of Maxwell Thomas Bourne Fowler of parts beyond the sea Paymaster in HM Navy now serving in HMS Psyche, power of attorney to Howard Watson LLOYD accountant Adelaide, to represent her in any matters of business and law within the Commonwealth of Australia 6/10/1911 Deposit 42/1915.

FOWLER, Thomas labourer Pt Adelaide 1853 Memorial 297/58

No 1

FOWLER, Thomas Charles mechanic's clerk Gawler East 1866 Application 8028

FOWLER, Thomas Charles agent Two Wells Co Adelaide. Crystal Brook (Hundred of Crystal Brook) township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 440 County Victoria

No 1 FIND YARAROO A BIT MESSY

FOWLER, William sheep farmer Yorke Peninsula 1864 Application 5739

FOWLER, William stockholder Moorowie Co Fergusson. Hundred of Clinton land grant 1868 Grant Book 14 Page 145 County Daly

FOWLER, William stockholder Yararoo. Hundred of Clinton land grant 1869[-1900] Grant Book 14 Page 145 County Daly

FOWLER, William sheepfarmer Yararoo Station Co Daly. Hundred of Moorowie land grant 1871[-1877] Grant Book 19 Page 30 County Fergusson

FOWLER, William stockholder Yararoo Co Daly. Hundred of Goyder land grant 1871 Grant Book 56 Page 407 County Stanley

FOWLER, William Esquire Moorowie Yorke Peninsula 1874 Memorial 113/276

FOWLER, William stockowner Yararoo Hundred of Clinton Co Daly 1876[-1885] Memorial 159/291

FOWLER, William sheep farmer Yararoo Kulpara 1878[-1899] Memorial 57/307

FOWLER, William gentleman Yararoo Kulpara, power of attorney to John SLATTER gentleman Yararoo Kulpara, to manage his SA business affairs 26/12/1883 Deposit 30/1884

No 1

FOWLES, Alexander farmer Adelaide 1853[-1855] Memorial 399/55

FOWLES, Alexander farmer [formerly of Adelaide but now of] Gawler River 1859 Memorial 224/151

No 1

FOWLES, Charles Whitford telegraph operator Cape Jervis Co Hindmarsh. Penneshaw (Hundred of Dudley) township allotment land grant 1882 Grant Book 11 Page 40 County Carnarvon

FOWLES, Charles Whitford civil servant Cape Jervis 1886 Memorial 6/385

FOWLES, Charles Whitford telegraph master Cape Jervis 1887 Memorial 221/386

FOWLES, Charles Whitford farmer Second Valley and Jane Mariane Fowles his wife 1895 Memorial 220/423

No 1

FOWLES, George farmer Gawler River 1856 Memorial 10/97

FOWLES, George farmer Hundred of Mudla Wirra 1858 Memorial 190/149

FOWLES, George farmer Daisy Bank Farm Golden Grove, died 20/12/1869 intestate. Letters of administration to his wife, Elizabeth Fowles. Enrolment 21/52

FOWLES, Henry Joseph chemist Adelaide 1892 Memorial 247/414

No 1

FOWLES, Thomas labourer Pt Adelaide 1851[-1854] Memorial 57/30

FOWLES, Thomas Esquire Pt Adelaide 1854 Memorial 158/75

No 1

FOX, Albert farmer Clarendon 1930 Memorial 137/503

FOX, Albert farmer formerly of Kenton Valley but then of Clarendon, died 20/1/1933 Adelaide. Husband of Amanda Elizabeth Fox. Children mentioned but not named. Executor; Heinrich Wilhelm SASS tailor formerly of Hahndorf 1906 but now of Lobethal 1933 Memorial 188/506

FOX, Albert farmer Clarendon, married 6/6/1896. He died 20/1/1933. By 1940, his widow, Amanda Elizabeth Fox, had moved to Lobethal. The children of the marriage were - Elsie Ruby READ married woman formerl of Clarendon now of Linden Park and Leslie Fox labourer formerly of Linden Park now of South Payneham Application 28237

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

FOX, Arthur auctioneer Adelaide (Rundle St) and Frances Ellen Fox his wife 1852[-1853] Memorial 302/43.

FOX, Frances Ellen widow of the late Arthur Fox auctioneer Marybank, died 25/5/1895, of cardiac weakness and glycosuria syncope, aged 69. Her daughter, Mary Dymphna RIGAUD wife of Richard John Rigaud restaurant keeper Rundle St, Adelaide, died 11/10/1892 Flinders St East, Adelaide, of heart disease accelerated by chronic alcoholism, aged 42 Application 24497

FOX, Arthur an infant the eldest son and heir at law of the late Arthur Fox the Elder formerly of Marybank deceased 1855 Memorial 113/83

FOX, Arthur merchant's clerk Gawler South 1863 Memorial 68/192

No 2

FOX, Arthur of Fifth Creek, Athelstone 1883 Application 19840

No 3

FOX, Arthur farmer Appila Hundred of Appila land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 505 County Frome

FOX, Arthur farmer Appila 1888[-1900] Memorial 155/391

FOX, Arthur farmer Appila Yarrowie 1893 Memorial 126/419

FOX, Arthur farmer Appila Yarrowie 1902 Application 24432

FOX, Arthur Aloysius gentleman Marybank near Adelaide, eldest son and heir at law of Arthur Fox auctioneer Adelaide deceased 1892 Application 22245

No 1

FOX, Arthur Gerard formerly of Marybank Athelstone then of Duntroon Military College NSW but now a captain serving in HM forces in the present European War and a wounded prisoner at Crefeld in Germany linked with Helen Dymphna Fox spinster formerly of Marybank Athelstone but now of Bryn-y-mor Milson's Road, Cremorne NSW1917 Memorial 178/475

FOX, Arthur Gerard Esquire Marybank near Adelaide formerly Captain in the AIF but now temporarily resident at St Peters linked with Winifred Ann Fox widow Cremorne NSW but now temporarily of St Peters and Helen Dymphna Fox spinster formerly of Marybank then of Cremorne NSW but now temporarily of Melbourne Vic1920 Memorial 57/481

FOX, Arthur Gerard orange grower Marybank near Adelaide 1932 Memorial 159/505

FOX, Catherine Lucinda spinster Felixstow 1857[-1867] Memorial 11/127

FOX, Cecil Ernest farmer Cudlee Creek 1949 Memorial 118/523

No 1

FOX, Edward stonemason Norwood 1852 Memorial 221/42

FOX, Edward mason Norwood married Keturah nee ? on 27/2/1847 at St Perran Uthnoe, Cornwall, England. The Foxes emigrated to SA. The couple had 4 children, only one of whom survived by 1909 - Caroline Osborne Fox, born 14/11/1851 at Norwood. Edward Fox died 7/2/1853 Collingwood Vic intestate. Edward Fox's daughter, CO Fox, inherited her father's estate as heiress at law. His widow, Keturah Fox, remarried 12/1/1861 Adelaide to Richard BLISS engineer now of Norwood 1877 Application 16494

No 1

FOX, Edward farmer Oyster Bay Hundred of Dalrymple land grant 1880 Grant Book 19 Page 142 County Fergusson

FOX, Edward farmer Stansbury Hundred of Dalrymple land grant 1880 Grant Book 19 Page 142 County Fergusson

FOX, Edward farmer Wauraltee Hundred of Wauraltee land grant 1885 Grant Book 19 Page 224 County Fergusson

FOX, Edward John labourer Newenham on the Torrens and Bridget Fox his wife 1891 Memorial 36/410

No 1

FOX, Elizabeth widow Brompton 1853[-1855] Memorial 180/54

No 2

FOX, Elizabeth companion Norwood 1896. Mrs WF TRIPP of Norwood possibly employed her, as she witnessed her will Application 27954

FOX, Ellen lady Woodville [links with the CROOKS family of Pt Adelaide] 1890 Memorial 64/401

No 1

FOX, Frederick farmer Cudlee Creek linked with Henry Albert Fox farmer Lobethal 1919 Memorial 103/486

FOX, Frederick gardener Cudlee Creeek, died 19/6/1950. Husband of Bertha Augusta Fox of 222 Port Road, Woodville. Mother of Beatrice Violet HANNA married woman Gumeracha, and Ella Clara WEBBER married woman Lobethal Memorial 10/527

No 1

FOX, George labourer formerly of Gawler South but now of Dunedin, near Otago New Zealand 1863 Memorial 213/190

No 2

FOX, George and Robert Owen Fox the Younger butchers Adelaide 1885 Memorial 201/371

FOX, George and FOX, Robert Owen the Younger butchers Adelaide 1885 Application 20712

FOX, George Hameford labourer Gawler 1852 Memorial 31/39.

No 1 - perhaps the same person

FOX, George Henry clerk to EN EMMETT Esquire Adelaide 1849 Memorial 368/19

FOX, George Henry and John Sanderson LLOYD merchants Adelaide trading under the style or firm of Fox Lloyd had links with the firm of Sanderson Fry Fox merchants St Helena Place, London, Middlesex, England 1856 Memorial 113/204

No 1

FOX, Henry yeoman Vincent View near Adelaide 1842 Application 1442

FOX, Henry farmer Brighton 1843 Memorial 280/3 Farmer O’Halloran Hill 1848 Memorial 118/28 Farmer Noarlunga 1849 Memorial 119/28 Yeoman Vincent View near Adelaide 1852 Memorial 243/62

FOX, Henry farmer Noarlunga 1862 Application 2908

FOX, Henry yeoman Vincent's View near Adelaide 1896 Application 23226
No 2

FOX, Henry farmer Bagot Gap 1860 Memorial 19/164

FOX, Henry farmer Fox Plains near Freeling 1865 Application 6271

FOX, Henry farmer Fox Plains near Fords 1871 Application 11423

FOX, Henry farmer Appila 1875 Memorial 92/280

FOX, Henry farmer Appila trustee unnamed school Hundred of Appila land grant 1875 Grant Book 24 Page 491 County Frome

FOX, Henry farmer Fords Hundred of Appila land grant 1880 Grant Book 24 Page 500 County Frome

FOX, Henry farmer Appila Yarrowie 1880 Memorial 12/343

No 1

FOX, James bricklayer and carpenter Adelaide 1856 Memorial 73/102

FOX, James bricklayer and carpenter New Glenelg 1862[-1865] Memorial 8/185

No 1

FOX, John carpenter Queen St, Norwood 1855 Memorial 284/89

No 2

FOX, John farmer Pt Gawler 1865[-1870] Memorial 54/207

No 3

FOX, John licensed victualler Macclesfield 1870 Memorial 3/249

No 4

FOX, John farmer Adelaide 1873 Application 12700

No 5

FOX, John storeman Pt Adelaide 1883 Application 19996

FOX, John out of business Alberton 1894 Application 22705

No 6

FOX, John labourer Kooringa 1922 Memorial 180/484

FOX, John H articled clerk Adelaide 1890 Memorial 52/404

No 1

FOX, John Henry gentleman Adelaide 1853 Memorial 170/48

FOX, John Henry gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now residing out of the province 1854 Memorial 118/73

FOX, John Wake saddler Nairne Hundred of Boolcunda land grant 1882 Grant Book 49 Page 44 County Newcastle

FOX, John William of Stansbury Hundred of Dalrymple land grant 1880[-1881] Grant Book 19 Page 141 County Fergusson

No 1

FOX, Joseph labourer Nalang Tatiara. Bordertown (Hundred of Tatiara) allotment land grant 1858 Grant Book 66 Page 58 County Buckingham

FOX, Joseph had lived in Bordertown (perhaps in the Woolshed Inn??) until early 1862, buying and selling allotments there, and then disappeared mysteriously, before being found dead on 31/1/1863 a few miles out of the town. Full details of the death to be found in the Police Journals Application 19998

No 2

FOX, Joseph butcher Morphett Vale 1911 Memorial 63/464

FOX, Joseph formerly butcher Morphett Vale but now out of business Adelaide 1914 Memorial 140/471

FOX, Kelvin Gilbert textile employe Woodside and Lorna Jean Fox his wife 1949 Memorial 1951/523

FOX, Martin farmer Adelaide (Queen St) 1854 Memorial 445/65

No 1

FOX, Mary widow and licensed victualler Adelaide owned land in Payneham 1886 Memorial 110/377

FOX, Mary licensed victualler Adelaide took over the Austral Hotel (formerly known as the International Hotel) corner of Bent and Rundle St on a 7-year lease. The publican had to buy her liquor from Charles Mallen brewer Mitcham 1899 Memorial 231/437

FOX, Mary widow [formerly licensed victualler Adelaide but now of] Payneham 1901 Memorial 154/445

FOX, Mr schoolteacher Adelaide (Pirie St) 1867 Application 8133

FOX, Mrs MV nee GEORGE of Gawler 1957 Application 29245

No 1

FOX, Patrick farmer Morphett Vale 1853 Memorial 411/57

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

FOX, Patrick farmer Carrieton 1888[-1895] Memorial 187/395

FOX, Patrick farmer Cavenagh 1890 Memorial 195/402

FOX, Patrick farmer Hundred of Cavenagh 1897 Memorial 140/432

FOX, Patrick of Petersburg 1898 Memorial 26/435

No 1

FOX, Philip Browne of Adelaide 1855 Memorial 52/98

FOX, Philip Browne had a business interest in Brandon's Mine at Spring Creek 1861 Memorial 393/179

FOX, Reginald Victor farmer formerly of Oakbank but now of Birdwood 1935 Memorial 41/509

No 1 - perhaps mixture of the Elder and the Younger

FOX, Richard gentleman Clarendon 1851 Memorial 54/31

FOX, Richard farmer Clarendon. Wesleyan Methodist Chapel land trustee 1858 Memorial 145/133

FOX, Richard the Younger farmer Glengrove member; Kangarilla Wesleyan Methodist Church 1878 50Application 16596

FOX, Richard farmer Glen Grove, died 9/11/1881, of pneumonia and paralysis, aged 73 Application 23275

No 2

FOX, Richard farmer Morphett Vale 1854 Memorial 130/66

No 1

FOX, Robert farmer Fox Creek Millbrook, died 8/9/1885. Husband of Ruth Fox. Father of Robert Fox, Owen Fox, James Fox, David Fox, Charles Fox, Albert Fox, Frederick Fox and Renton Fox. Estate worth £500 Memorial 96/486

FOX, Ruth widow Cudlee Creek, died 31/7/1918. Mother of Charles Fox of Lobethal. Grandmother of Alma Alice LEHMANN of Cudlee Creek. Estate worth £180 Memorial 156/478

No 1

FOX, Robert labourer Robe 1887 Application 21222

FOX, Robert Douglas commercial traveller Toorak, died 30/3/1924 Memorial 81/504

No 1

FOX, Robert Owen butcher Adelaide 1861[-1866] Memorial 14/177, Application 2727

FOX, Robert Owen gentleman Adelaide, died c1905. Father of Victoria Fox. Executors; George Collard WALKERN fruiterer Adelaide and Mark Henry WILLIAMS ironmonger Walkerville Memorial 144/453

No 1

FOX, Samuel Robert bookkeeper Gawler 1861[-1862] Memorial 91/175

FOX, SR of Grenfell St, Adelaide 1866 Memorial 100/210

FOX, Samuel Robert accountant Adelaide (Grenfell St) 1869 Application 9922

FOX, Samuel Robert wheat merchant Adelaide 1872 Memorial 173/264

FOX, Samuel Robert corn merchant Adelaide Co Adelaide. Georgetown (Hundred of Bundaleer) township allotment land grant 1873 Grant Book 60 Page 76 County Victoria

FOX, Samuel Robert merchant Adelaide 1877 Memorial 47/298

FOX, SR accountant Adelaide 1878 Memorial 221/306

FOX, SR of Hindley St, Adelaide, local agent for John HAIMES of Colac near Melbourne Vic 1881 Application 18876

FOX, Samuel Robert accountant Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of Menzies land grant 1884 Grant Book 11 Page 59 County Carnarvon

No 1

FOX, Thomas butcher Alberton 1850 Memorial 222/20

No 2

FOX, Thomas storekeeper Clarendon 1858[-1862] Memorial 251/145

No 3

FOX, Thomas the Younger leather cutter Adelaide 1860 Application 1797

No 1

FRANCIS, Thomas Henry farmer Laura Appila township allotment land grant 1874 Grant Book 24 Page 481 County Frome

FRANCIS, Thomas Henry farmer Appila trustee unnamed school Hundred of Appila land grant 1875 Grant Book 24 Page 491 County Frome

FRANCIS, Thomas Henry farmer Appila-Yarrowie trustee unnamed Public Cemetery Hundred of Appila land grant 1878 Grant Book 24 Page 495 County Frome

FRANCIS, Thomas Henry farmer Kapunda Hundred of Appila land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 504 County Frome

FRANCIS, Thomas Henry farmer Appila Hundred of Appila land grant 1882 Grant Book 24 Page 509 County Frome

No 1

FOX, Thomas John and William labourers Newenham on the Torrens 1885 Memorial 21/371

FOX, Thomas John labourer Newenham on the Torrens 1889 Memorial 163/399

FOX, Thomas John labourer Newenham on the Torrens and Bridget Fox his wife 1899 Memorial 87/439

No 1

FOX, William labourer Newenham on the Torrens 1869[-1874] Memorial 87/237

FOX, William labourer Newenham on the Torrens and Bridget Fox his wife 1900 Memorial 220/441

FOX, William labourer Newenham on the Torrens and Bridget Fox his wife 1902 Application 24419

No 1

FOX, Winifred Ann widow formerly of Marybank but now of Milsoms Point, Sydney NSW 1910 Memorial 50/463

FOX, Winifred Ann widow formerly of Marybank but then of Glenelg, died c1949. Mother of Arthur Gerard Fox gentleman Marybank and Helen Dymphna MCKENNA wife of Cyril Thomas McKenna of Glenelg. Sister of Alice Evelyn PHILLIPS of San Francisco USA. Arrangements for a family burial plot at St George's Magill Memorial 31/525

FOXTON, William master mariner Adelaide 1853 Memorial 455/50

No 1

FOXWELL, John farmer Payneham Hundred of Encounter Bay land grant 1856 Memorial 122/278

FOXWELL, John farmer Inman Valley 1858 Memorial 289/138

FOXWELL, John farmer Inman Valley 1874 Application 14032

FOXWELL, John farmer Edwardstown. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1906 Grant Book 2 Page 15 County Adelaide

FOY, HT warehouseman North Adelaide 1875 Memorial 158/283

No 1

FOY, John labourer Clare 1863 Memorial 262/205

FOY, John labourer Redruth 1876[-1879] Memorial 190/291

No 1

FOYLE, Edwin of Payneham 1849 Memorial 244/17

FOYLE, Edwin labourer Payneham 1850. Labourer Payneham 1854 Payneham Wesleyan Chapel trustee Memorial 254/65

FOYLE, Edwin storekeeper Payneham 1855[-1860] Memorial 365/93

FOYLE, Edwin formerly storekeeper 1855 but now farmer Payneham 1862 Application 3295

FOYLE, Esther Amanda married woman Pt Lincoln 1928 Application 27715

No 1

FOYLE, John of no description purchased Pt Section 674 'near Mt Terrible' in the Hundred of Willunga 1850 Memorial 316/85

FOYLE, John farmer Willunga 1855. Enrolment 90/36

FOYLE, John farmer Aldinga 1856 Memorial 100/111

FOYLE, John married Charlotte FRANKHAM in 1815 Tilshead parish church Wilts, England. Children Ellen Foyle born 9/10/1817 Chitterne, Wilts, 5252Samuel born 10/9/1819 Tilshead, Wilts. The family emigrated to SA. John Foyle farmer Aldinga died 30/10/1856 intestate, of cause unknown, aged 525260. His eldest son, Samuel Foyle, inherited his estate as heir at law. Ellen 5252

married Thomas CULLEY farmer Willunga. It appears that Samuel Foyle 5252might not have emigrated - he was a labourer of Chitterne in 1877, when 5252he transferred to his sister Mrs Thomas Culley nee Ellen Foyle of Willunga their father's land at Aldinga 52Application 17497

FRADD, John teamster Sod Hut [near Kooringa] 1859 Memorial 9/150

No 1

FRADD, John Oliver contractor Smithfield 1915 Memorial 97/473 

FRADD, John Oliver pensioner Smithfield, died 15/6/1949. Father of Herbert William Fradd gardener Smithfield, Herschel Sydney Fradd foreman Smithfield, Myrtle Myra PAGE wife of Frederick Cecil Page farmer formerly of Sandalwood but now of Smithfield and Olive Eliza Fradd spinster Smithfield Memorial 165/525

FRADD, William Phillip farmer Hundred of Bright 1886 Memorial 222/379

FRAHM, Charles restaurant keeper Adelaide (Hindley St) 1893 Memorial 63/419

No 1

FRAHM, Heinrich farmer Hundred of Baldina Co Burra 1885[-1887] Memorial 66/370

No 2

FRAHM, Heinrich farmer Bower. Trustee unnamed Lutheran Church and cemetery 1900 Grant Book 18 Page 108 County Eyre

FRAHN, Anna Regina spinster Mt Barker 1917[-1925]. She died 20/6/1925 Mt Barker Springs. Her £300 estate to Mrs Edna Amalia Frahn daughter of Maria Ernestine KUCHEL Memorial 123/475 & RPA Search 2122

No 1

FRAHN, Eric Norman formerly dairyfarmer Kenton Valley but now grazier Callington 1952 Memorial 40/527

FRAHN, Eric Norman farmer Kanmantoo 1953 Application 28917

FRAHN, Gottlob farmer Monarto. Hundred of Monarto land grant 1882 Grant Book 58 Page 125 County Sturt

No 1

FRAMPTON, Frederick William gentleman North Adelaide 1879 Book 13 Page 288 County Dalhousie

FRAMPTON, Frederick William gentleman Walkerville Co Adelaide. Millicent North (Hundred of Mt Muirhead) township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 31 Page 310 County Grey

FRAMPTON, Frederick William gentleman North Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of Ninnes land grant 1882 Grant Book 14 Page 293 County Daly

FRAMPTON, Walter gentleman Adelaide Co Adelaide. Booyoolie (later part of Gladstone Hundred of Booyoolie) township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 318 County Victoria

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

FRANCE, Alfred wine merchant Walkerville 1854 Memorial 313/61 Wine merchant Divett St Pt Adelaide 1854[-1860] Memorial 312/68

FRANCE, Alfred mining proprietor Pt Adelaide Co Adelaide. Wallaroo (Hundred of Wallaroo) township land grant 1861 Grant Book 14 Page 5 County Daly

FRANCE, Alfred broker Adelaide Co Adelaide. Yatina (Hundred of Black Rock Plain) township allotment land grant 1874 Grant Book 13 Page 6 County Dalhousie

FRANCE, Alfred agent Adelaide Co Adelaide. Pekina (Hundred of Pekina) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 13 Page 14 County Dalhousie

FRANCE, Alfred the Younger auctioneer Moonta 1883[-1886] Memorial 188/351

FRANCE, Alfred the Younger auctioneer Kadina 1886[-1890] Memorial 247/379

FRANCE, Alfred commission agent formerly of Pt Adelaide but now of Mt Gambier 1898 Memorial 34/436

No 1

FRANCE, Charles William house and land agent Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of Cunningham land grant 1877 Grant Book 19 Page 282 County Fergusson

FRANCE, Charles William house and land agent Adelaide Co Adelaide. Morchard (Hundred of Coomooroo) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 13 Page 250 County Dalhousie

FRANCE, Charles William land agent Adelaide 1881 Memorial 12/332

FRANCE, Charles W agent Adelaide 1886 Memorial 28/378

FRANCE, George Henry farmer Yaranyacka, had died by 1910. Executors – Sydney Frank POTTER farmer Yaranyacka and William Wildrich France farmer Yaranyacka Grant Book 179 Page 212 County Flinders

FRANCIS, Abraham farmer Gumeracha 1860 Memorial 203/161

FRANCIS, Albert engineer and blocker Waikerie. Hundred of Waikerie land grant 1904 Grant Book 3 Page 96 County Albert

FRANCIS, Alexander labourer Sandy Creek. Hundred of Barossa land grant 1904 Grant Book 2 Page 51 County Adelaide

FRANCIS, Alfred farmer Undalya 1878 Application 16793

FRANCIS, Alice widow Goodwood 1884. Likely a family link with Henry Francis farmer Queen St, Adelaide Application 20084

FRANCIS, Andrew farmer Arden Vale Hundred of Yarrah land grant 1903 Grant Book 49 Page 216 County Newcastle

FRANCIS, Antonio shepherd Bundaleer. Hundred of Bundaleer land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 74 County Victoria

FRANCIS, Benjamin linked with Section 478 Hundred of Clinton Co Daly 1885 Memorial 35/366

No 1

FRANCIS, Catherine Augusta teacher Kapunda, about to reside abroad for some time, power of attorney to Henry ANSON chemist Kapunda, to manage her SA business affairs 31/1/1878 Deposit 140/1878.

FRANCIS, Catherine Augusta teacher Wellington New Zealand 1878 Memorial 87/308

No 1

FRANCIS, Charles Henry gentleman Mintaro 1854[-1865] Memorial 162/73

No 2 – perhaps a continuation of No 1

FRANCIS, Charles Henry carrier Gladstone. Booyoolie (later part of Gladstone Hundred of Booyoolie) township allotment land grant 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 317 County Victoria

FRANCIS, Charles Henry teamster Gladstone 1881 Book 13 Page 257 County Dalhousie

No 3 – perhaps a continuation of No 2

FRANCIS, Charles Henry licensed victualler Adelaide (Rose Inn Sturt St) 1886 Memorial 25/376

No 1

FRANCIS, Christian spinster Norwood 1850 Memorial 372/22

FRANCIS, Christian formerly spinster Norwood but now wife of Henry ROSCROW miner Payneham 1852 Memorial 116/43

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

FRANCIS, Daniel cordwainer Adelaide 1854 Memorial 290/86

FRANCIS, Daniel Cottle bootmaker New Glenelg 1858 Memorial 37/138

FRANCIS, Daniel cordwainer New Glenelg. New Glenelg Wesleyan Methodist Church trustee 1862 Memorial 158/241

FRANCIS, Daniel Cottle the Elder shoemaker New Glenelg and Kezia Francis his wife. Children - Daniel Cottle Francis the Younger, Elizabeth Ann Francis, Kezia Francis, Joseph James Francis and Zilpah Francis all still under 21 in 1868. DC Francis the Elder owned land in Scarboro' St, Torquay St and the Broadway in New Glenelg Memorial 72/289

FRANCIS, Daniel shoemaker New Glenelg 1874 Application 13351

FRANCIS, Daniel Cottle of New Glenelg, died 5/2/1876. His widow, Kezia Francis, still lived at New Glenelg by 1882 Memorial 101/346

FRANCIS, Daniel Cottle shoemaker New Glenelg died c1876. Husband of Kezia Francis Application 19540

FRANCIS, Daniel Cottle bootmaker New Glenelg, died c1876. His widow, Kezia Stillman Francis, died 16/11/1910 Scarborough St Glenelg, of 12 days' cerebral haemorrhage and 4 days' exhaustion, aged 89. She was born in Bath, England, and had been in SA for 59 years. She had married at age 25 and had 2 sons and 3 daughters living, as well as 1 son and 2 daughters dead. By 1911, the family included Elizabeth Ann Francis spinster Glenelg, Kezia CLARK wife of Robert Clark grocer Commercial Rd, Pt Adelaide; Zilpah PASH wife of Frederick James Pash saddler Barnard St, North Adelaide; and Joseph James Francis traveller Osmond Tce, Norwood. Kezia COTTRELL 26 widow New Glenelg, had remarried to Robert Clark 35 bachelor storekeeper Glanville (Father: William Clark) on 16/8/1887 Mrs Francis's house, Glenelg Minister: J Young SIMPSON. Witnesses: E Clark storekeeper Glanvile and B Francis of Glenelg. Zilpah Francis 25 spinster New Glenelg ad married Frederick James Pash 40 widower saddler North Adelaide (Father: Frederick Pash) on 22/3/1888 Mrs Francis's home New Glenelg. Minister: J Young Simpson. Witnesses: Bessie Francis of Glenelg and AD Le CORNU warehouseman North Adelaide Application 25918

No 1

FRANCIS, DC [probably Daniel Cottle Francis formerly the Younger] undertaker's assistant Glenelg 1900 Application 24286

FRANCIS, DC assistant undertaker Jetty Road, Glenelg 1902 Application 27210

FRANCIS, D undertaker's assistant Norwood 1902 Application 24403

FRANCIS, David smelting works Kooringa 1860 Memorial 24/162

FRANCIS, Dennis blacksmith Adelaide linked with Judith Francis widow Adelaide 1874 Memorial 141/272

FRANCIS, Edward labourer Edwardstown 1842 Memorial 397/1

FRANCIS, Edward farmer Pine Creek Saddleworth 1858 Application 90

FRANCIS, Elvina Jessie spinster Kent Town 1872 Memorial 105/258

FRANCIS, Emanuel carpenter Pt Adelaide 1876 Application 15142

FRANCIS, Emma Fortitude widow Mitcham 1853[-1855] Memorial 125/53

FRANCIS, ER of Prospect secretary to D & J FOWLER Pty Ltd of King William St, Adelaide 1915 Memorial 79/472

FRANCIS, Ervine Cyril formerly hotelkeeper Pt Adelaide but now out of business Aldgate 1949 Memorial 113/523

No 1

FRANCIS, George clerk to J Eldin MOULDEN solicitor Adelaide 1855[-1857] Memorial 16/94

No 2

FRANCIS, George of Gawler 1861 Memorial 245/182

No 3

FRANCIS, George of Union St, Adelaide 1867 Memorial 69/225

No 1 - probably the same person

FRANCIS, Henry labourer labourer Brownhill Creek sold land at Hindmarsh 1848 Memorial 275/12

FRANCIS, Henry farmer Mitcham 1854 Memorial 386/67

FRANCIS, Henry and William farmers Dry Creek 1854 Memorial 491/72

FRANCIS, Henry and William Francis the Elder and the Younger all farmers Dry Creek 1860 Memorial 249/167

FRANCIS, Henry Clement gentleman of the Royal near Kooringa 1877 Memorial 91/302

No 1

FRANCIS, Herbert Leslie butcher Noarlunga and Mabel Lillian Francis his wife 1947 Memorial 8/521

FRANCIS, Herbert Leslie out of busines and Mabel Lillian Francis his wife, both of Noarlunga 1948, declared that they had lived at Noarlunga since July 1939, aged 65 years 6 months and 59 years and 6 months respectively in 1948 Application 28601

No 1

FRANCIS, James blacksmith, Thomas water carrier and William cordwainer all of Gawler 1856 Memorial 192/101

FRANCIS, James blacksmith Gawler East 1860 Memorial 216/165

FRANCIS, James blacksmith Stockport on the Gilbert linked with Phoebe Francis widow Gawler 1867 Memorial 123/223

FRANCIS, James blacksmith Stockport on the Gilbert and Maria Francis his wife linked with Phoebe Francis widow High St, Gawler 1871[-1874] Memorial 209/257

FRANCIS, James blacksmith Stockport on the Gilbert linked with William Francis shoemaker Clare 1871 Application 11656

No 2

FRANCIS, James carpenter Fullarton 1901 Memorial 85/444

FRANCIS, James carpenter Fullarton 1925 Application 27419

No 1

FRANCIS, John miner Kooringa 1851[-1858] Memorial 56/34.

FRANCIS, John labourer Kooringa 1852 Memorial 196/43.

No 2 - likely to be a continuation of No 1

FRANCIS, John bullock driver Mintaro 1855[-1857] Memorial 158/80

FRANCIS, John teamster Kooringa 1858[-1859] Memorial 84/142

FRANCIS, John farmer Yarwood near Kooringa 1859 Memorial 146/160

FRANCIS, John teamster Yarwood 1860 Memorial 346/162

No 3

FRANCIS, John labourer Kapunda 1858[-1862] Memorial 189/146

FRANCIS, John miner Kapunda. Father of Ellen Francis spinster Kapunda 1861 Memorial 258/177

No 4

FRANCIS, John labourer Allandale Co Light. Hundred of Bundaleer land grant 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 71 County Victoria

No 5

FRANCIS, John farmer Dry Creek linked with Peter Francis farmer formerly of Dry Creek but now of Yorke Peninsula 1875 Memorial 138/280

FRANCIS, John licensed victualler Cavan Arms Grand Junction 1880 Memorial 127/320

FRANCIS, John licensed victualler Dry Creek 1886 Memorial 61/374

No 6

FRANCIS, John labourer Two Wells Hundred of Dublin land grant 1881 Grant Book 26 Page 346 County Gawler

No 7

FRANCIS, John farmer Wilmington 1884 Memorial 105/361

No 8

FRANCIS, John farmer Hundred of Winninowie 1886 Memorial 157/378

No 9

FRANCIS, John farmer Eurelia. Hundred of Eurelia land grant 1887 Grant Book 13 Page 385 County Dalhousie

No 10

FRANCIS, John ganger Peterborough, died 8/7/1926. Executor - Public Trustee Grant Book 13 Page 215 County Dalhousie

FRANCIS, John Vigers accountant Brisbane, presently in Adelaide, power of attorney to George Arthur JURY accountant Adelaide, to look after his interests in a certain estate 5/9/1882 Deposit 263/1882

No 1

FRANCIS, Joseph carpenter Adelaide 1854 Memorial 247/77

FRANCIS, Joseph [the Elder] [formerly carpenter Adelaide but then] labourer Ann St Stepney, died c1873. Husband of Louisa Francis now widow Stepney and father of Louisa Ann Francis was the wife of Henry LEE labourer Stepney by 1874. Also father of Joseph Francis [the Younger] labourer Stepney Memorials 40, 90 & 92/272

No 2

FRANCIS, Joseph labourer Happy Valley 1861 Application 2259

No 3

FRANCIS, Joseph farmer near Maitland trustee Wesleyan Methodist Church Maitland township allotment land grant 1873 Grant Book 19 Page 476 County Fergusson

FRANCIS, Joseph farmer Maitland 1881 Memorial 34/332

FRANCIS, Joseph farmer Maitland Hundred of Maitland land grant 1882[-1893] Grant Book 19 Page 106 County Fergusson

No 1

FRANCIS, Joseph James traveller Norwood 1903 Memorial 59/450

FRANCIS, Joseph James commercial traveller Osmond Tce, Norwood 1913 Memorial 142/468

No 1

FRANCIS, Josiah of Kapunda 1856[-1866] Memorial 321/99

FRANCIS, Josiah of Kapunda, died c1868. Husband of Prudence Francis. Father of Catherine Francis. Other children mentioned but not named Memorial 185/238

FRANCIS, Judith widow Adelaide 1850[-1856] Memorial 146/21

No 1

FRANCIS, Lucy Bernice married woman Pt Lincoln 1926 Memorial 94/509

FRANCIS, Lucy Bernice married woman formerly of Pt Lincoln but now of 19 Maesbury St, Kensington 1950 Memorial 102/525

No 1

FRANCIS, Mark farmer Saddleworth Hundred of Gambier land grant 1866 Grant Book 30 Page 101 County Grey

FRANCIS, Mark farmer Cave Vale Mt Gambier Hundred of Gambier land grant 1867 Grant Book 30 Page 101 County Grey

No 1

FRANCIS, Michael labourer Kapunda 1863 Memorial 148/189

No 2 - perhaps the same person

FRANCIS, Michael farmer Cudlamudla 1885 Memorial 7/371

FRANCIS, Michael farmer Gordon 1890 Memorial 227/404

No 3

FRANCIS, Michael labourer Penrice 1903 Application 24543

No 1

FRANCIS, Nathan of Robe 1856 Memorial 223/101

FRANCIS, Nathan carpenter Robe 1857 Memorial 137/127

FRANCIS, Nathan carrier Robe 1866 Memorial 5/212

FRANCIS, Nathan carrier Robe 1870 Application 10573

FRANCIS, Nathan carrier and butcher Guichen Bay 1871 Memorial 195/256

FRANCIS, Nicholas farmer Chain of Ponds 1860 Memorial 332/182

No 1

FRANCIS, Nicholas John farmer Broughton Extension. Hundred of Redhill land grant 1883[-1895] Grant Book 14 Page 380 County Daly

FRANCIS, Nicholas John farmer Mundoora 1895[-1896] Memorial 144/426, Application 23068

No 1 - perhaps the same person

FRANCIS, Peter farmer Hundred of Pt Adelaide linked with William Francis farmer Section 939 Hundred of Pt Adelaide 1860 Memorial 51/164

FRANCIS, Peter farmer Dry Creek 1860[-1870] Memorial 27/170

FRANCIS, Peter farmer formerly of the Hundred of Pt Adelaide 1856 but now of Salisbury 1877 Application 15914

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

FRANCIS, Peter licensed victualler Criterion Hotel Bassett Town 1881 Memorial 19/330

No 3

FRANCIS, Peter farmer near Maitland. Trustee Wesleyan Methodist Church Maitland township allotment land grant 1873 Grant Book 19 Page 476 County Fergusson

FRANCIS, Peter farmer Maitland. Pt Victoria township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 19 Page 203 County Fergusson

No 1

FRANCIS, Richard gardener Marden 1850[-1853] Memorial 209/21

FRANCIS, Richard gardener and nurseryman Marden 1855 Memorial 209/90

FRANCIS, Richard farmer Marden and Elizabeth Francis his wife 1856 Likely a link with George Francis clerk to JE MOULDEN solicitor Adelaide Memorial 55/103

FRANCIS, Richard gardener Marden near Payneham 1860 Application 1441

FRANCIS, Richard gardener Marden 1863 Memorial 342/200

FRANCIS, Richard gardener Marden, died c1867. The real estate to go into trust for his wife, Elizabeth Francis, to receive the income until all the children had turned 21, 'provided she remain chaste and unmarried'. Then the sons could take over the real estate, except for the Magill Estate, but they had to pay their mother one third of the annual income, and their sisters an equal share of another third of the annual income for life. Then one third of the annual income to go to the sisters' children in equal shares for their lifetime. Following that, the sons to inherit the real estate equally absolutely in remainder expectant. The Magill Estate (rented out to Mr ADAMS when R Francis died) could be sold at any time, at the discretion of the trustees, and with the agreement of Elizabeth Francis - she and the daughters to get £100 each, and the sons the remainder equally from the profits of the sale. The rest of the estate also to be disposed of in the same manner Memorial 117/227

FRANCIS, Richard the Elder died 17/12/1867. His widow, Elizabeth Francis, died 22/5/1875. By 1882, the surviving family included - John Vigers Francis accountant Brisbane Qld; Richard Henry Francis wheelwright Adelaide; Elizabeth Jane JURY wife of Francis Jury carpenter Adelaide, Christina LAWTON wife of Alfred Edward Lawton builder Norwood; and Maria LEHMANN wife of Johann Friedrich Lehmann draper Jamestown Memorial 33/345

FRANCIS, Richard the Elder gardener Marden, died 17/12/1867, of epileptic convulsions, aged 50. His widow, Elizabeth Francis, died 22/5/1875 Carrington St, Adelaid, of chronic hepatitis, aged 49. They had the following family - Elizabeth Jane JURY nee Francis wife of Francis Jury carpenter Adelaide born 4/8/1848; Christina LAWTON wife of Alfred Lawton, born 22/5/1850; Maria LEHMANN nee Francis wife of Johann Friedrich Lehmann, born 11/8/1853; John Vigers Francis born 25/11/1856; Richard Henry Francis the Younger born 2/8/1861 - as at 1882 Application 19488 Richard Francis the Elder left all his real estate in trust to his wife who received the income until the youngest child turned 21 or the widow remarried (land in trust then until the youngest child turned 21), when the sons inherited the real estate absolutely in remainder expectant (except land at Magill), who had to pay their mother one-third of the income for her lifetime; and another one third to their sisters equally for their lifetimes; then the sons to inherit the land in fee simple. The land at Magill to be sold after the testator’s death, to give each of the daughters £100 each and the sons to divide the remainder of the proceeds equally amongst themselves. The trustees also had the right to sell land after the testator’s death, so that the widow had enough money to carry on the market gardening business. Estate worth £60 in 1868 Application 19488

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

FRANCIS, Richard gardener Magill 1854[-1856] Memorial 9/72

FRANCIS, Richard gardener Marden 1866 Memorial 192/213

No 3 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

FRANCIS, Richard gardener Hamilton on the Torrens 1855[-1858] Memorial 211/87

No 4

FRANCIS, Richard miner Kanmantoo 1857 Memorial 290/130

FRANCIS, Richard formerly miner Kanmantoo late jigger engineer Moonta Mines, died 5/7/1885 intestate, of kidney disease, aged 51. His widow, Caroline Francis, lived in Victoria Square, Adelaide by 1901, when she took out letters of administration for the estate Application 24265

No 1

FRANCIS, Robert gardener near Balhannah 1889 Application 21549

No 2

FRANCIS, Robert farmer Clinton 1895 Memorial 16/425

FRANCIS, Robert farmer Clinton. Hundred of Ninnes land grant 1895 Grant Book 14 Page 295 County Daly

No 3

FRANCIS, Robert mason Wallaroo. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1904 Grant Book 14 Page 96 County Daly

No 1

FRANCIS, Robert James shoemaker Hindmarsh 1850[-1854] Memorial 296/21

FRANCIS, Robert James gentleman near Balhannah, died 12/7/ 1895. Father of Robert John Francis gardener Balhannah Memorial 163/427

FRANCIS, Robert John labourer Balhannah, died 27/3/1928. 'Dear' friend of Lydia Hannah Johnston of Balhannah. Executor; Samuel Johnston labourer Balhannah Memorial 79/502

No 1

FRANCIS, Thomas miner Adelaide 1847 Memorial 101/10

FRANCIS, Thomas miner Adelaide 1853 Unley township allotment purchase Memorial 142/46

FRANCIS, Thomas gardener Unley 1862. He could not write Application 2809

FRANCIS, Thomas gardener Unley, died 28/10/1867 of dropsy, aged 70 Application 107755

No 2

FRANCIS, Thomas farmer Gawler Plains and Phoebe Francis his wife 1849 Memorial 465/18

FRANCIS, Thomas carrier Gawler 1852 Memorial 121/39

FRANCIS, Thomas carrier Gawler 1853[-1856] linked with William Francis cordwainer Gawler Memorial 82/52

FRANCIS, Thomas water carrier Gawler 1855[-1857] Memorial 464/86

FRANCIS, Phoebe widow Willaston 1860 Memorial 201/166

FRANCIS, Phoebe widow of the late Thomas Francis formerly carrier Gawler but now deceased 1865 Application 6748

FRANCIS, Phoebe widow High St, Gawler 1868 Memorial 143/235

FRANCIS, Phoebe widow Gawler, died 22/6/1871. She left estate to her sons, James Francis blacksmith Stockport on the Gilbert and William Francis cordwainer Clare Memorial 191/256

FRANCIS, Thomas Henry farmer Sour Flats near Kapunda 1867 Memorial 199/226

FRANCIS, Walter James clerk to Charles LOWE solicitor Adelaide (90 King William St) 1859[-1860] Memorial 189/151

No 1 – perhaps arr overland NSW 1837

FRANCIS, William bricklayer Adelaide 1844[-1847] Application 9171

FRANCIS, William publican Adelaide 1852 Memorial 256/45

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

FRANCIS, William mason Norwood 1855 Memorial 171/91

FRANCIS, William mason Norwood 1861 Application 2643

No 3 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

FRANCIS, William farmer Dry Creek 1851 Memorial 348/34

FRANCIS, William farmer Dry Creek and Alice Francis his wife 1853 Memorial 143/48

FRANCIS, William farmer Dry Creek. Hundred of Pt Adelaide land grant 1854 Grant Book 1 Page 217 County Adelaide

FRANCIS, William [the Elder] farmer Dry Creek 1854[-1858] Section 939 Hundred of Pt Adelaide land grant Memorial 290/140

FRANCIS, William the Elder farmer Dry Creek 1860 Memorial 27/170

FRANCIS, William farmer Section 939 Hundred of Pt Adelaide linked with Peter Francis farmer Hundred of Pt Adelaide 1860 Memorial 51/164

FRANCIS, William the Younger farmer formerly of the Dry Creek 1860 but now of Yorke Peninsula 1878 Application 16846

FRANCIS, William farmer Maitland Hundred of Maitland land grant 1882 Grant Book 19 Page 106 County Fergusson

FRANCIS, William farmer Clinton Price township allotment land grant 1882 Grant Book 20 Page 25 County Fergusson

FRANCIS, William farmer Clinton Centre. Hundred of Clinton land grant 1893 Grant Book 14 Page 137 County Daly

No 4

FRANCIS, William cordwainer Gawler 1853[-1893] Memorial 40/53

No 5

FRANCIS, William lime burner Gawler 1854[-1860] Memorial 251/78

No 6

FRANCIS, William miner Staughton near Kanmantoo 1853 Hundred of Strathalbyn land grant Memorial 290/47

FRANCIS, William engineer Mt Barker Creek 1861 Memorial 282/174

No 7 – perhaps the same person FIND CHECK RUN

FRANCIS, William teamster Lower Wakefield Special Survey 1856 Memorial 399/97

FRANCIS, William and IND, John farmers near Watervale 1864 Application 4895.

FRANCIS, William farmer Rice Creek 1866 Memorial 117/210

No 8

FRANCIS, William builder Wallaroo. Moonta (Hundred of Daly) township land grant 1863[-1872] Grant Book 14 Page 115 County Daly FIND CHECK AGE AT MARRIAGE

FRANCIS, William mason Wallaroo. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1873 Grant Book 14 Page 80 County Daly

No 9

FRANCIS, William miner Kooringa, died c1861. He left his entire estate to his wife, Mary Francis Memorial 20/173

No 10

FRANCIS, William master of the dredge Torrens 1882 Application 19536

No 11

FRANCIS, William labourer Hurtle Vale 1902[-1917] Memorial 225/444

No 12

FRANCIS, William carpenter Waikerie. Waikerie (Hundred of Waikerie) township allotment land grant 1911 Grant Book 3 Page 112 County Albert

No 1

FRANCIS, William Augustus photographer Adelaide (Rundle St) 1874[-1881] Memorial 43/275

FRANCIS, William Augustus photographer Adelaide (Gawler Place) 1885 Memorial 142/366

FRANCIS, William Augustus photographer Adelaide (formerly of Gawler Place but now of Grenfell St) 1887 Memorial 201/386

FRANCIS, William Charles farmer Hundred of Appila Hundred of Appila land grant 1897 Grant Book 24 Page 513 County Frome

FRANCIS, William Henry linked with Section 51 Hundred of Ninnes Co Daly 1885[-1892] Memorial 152/368

FRANCIS, William Robert Henry farm labourer Price Price township allotment land grant 1915 Grant Book 20 Page 27 County Fergusson

FRANCIS, Wilson storekeeper and blocker Waikerie . Waikerie (Hundred of Waikerie) township allotment land grant 1904 Grant Book 3 Page 96 County Albert

FRANCISCO, Albert licensed victualler Adelaide (Saracen's Head Carrington St) 1883 Memorial 244/352

FRANCISCO, James station hand Mingary. Mingary (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1893 Grant Book 65 Page 267 County Not named

FRANK, Frederick labourer Pt Adelaide 1859 Memorial 148/155

FRANK, Frederick William lighthouse keeper Cape Willoughby, died c1908. His widow, Ellen Frank, lived at Exeter after his death, and died c1920 Memorials 200/458, 15/483

FRANK, Frederick William light house keeper formerly of Cape Willoughby, but then of Exeter, died 26/2/1908. He left his £100 estate to his wife, Ellen Frank. Ellen Frank widow Exeter, died 30/3/1920. her estate worth £1,450. £5 to her executor, John DUNN accounant Adelaide Co-operative Society Ltd, £10 to the Rev'd Michael HANRAHAN RC priest Semaphore. All household furniture and effects to her daughter Lilian CURIN. The rest of the estate to be sold and the proceeds divided equally amongst the children of Ellen Frank in equal shares - August Daniel Frank storekeeper Grote St, Adelaide; John Frank builder and contractor Claremont WA, Lilian CURIN married woman Young St, Exeter. Ellen Frank could not write Application 27231

No 1

FRANKE, Carl August linked with Section 56 Hundred of Moockra 1889 Memorial 4/399

FRANKE, Johanne Ernestine widow Hundred of Moockra relict of the late Carl August Franke formerly farmer Moockra but now deceased. Friedrich Wilhelm Franke farmer Moockra mentioned 1897 Memorial 23/431

FRANKE, Emil Ludwig of Yorketown Hundred of Minlacowie land grant 1881 Grant Book 19 Page 255 County Fergusson

FRANKE, Ernst Wilhelm farmer near Tanunda 1855 Memorial 26/91

FRANKE, Paul farmer South Rhine 1867 Memorial 201/221

No 1

FRANKEL, Ferdinand wheat buyer Gawler 1863 Memorial 34/192

FRANKEL, Ferdinand licensed victualler Gawler 1876 Memorial 140/289

FRANKEL, Ferdinand formerly licensed victualler Gawler but now wheatbuyer Yongala 1881 Memorial 170/330

FRANKEL, Ferdinand wheatbuyer formerly of Gawler but now of Yongala 1883 Memorial 139/352

FRANKEL, Gustav Adolph Emil clerk Adelaide 1880 Memorial 110/323

FRANKHAM, William brickmaker Currency Creek 1867 Memorial 79/224

No 1

FRANKIS, Benjamin Frederick surgeon Adelaide 1853[-1856] Memorial 34/50

FRANKIS, Benjamin Frederick surgeon King William St, Adelaide, about to leave the province on a visit to Europe, power of attorney to Henry Walter PARKER solicitor Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 16/2/1866 Deposit 28/1868

FRANKIS, Benjamin Frederick surgeon formerly of Adelaide 1856 now of parts beyond the sea 1875 Application 14427

FRANKIS, Benjamin Frederick Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now of 45 Cotham Hill, Bristol, Somerset 1887 Memorial 182/388

FRANKIS, Benjamin Frederick surgeon formerly of Adelaide but then of Cotham Road, Bristol, England, died 15/1/1890 Memorial 72/428

FRANKLIN, Alfred Gilmer forwarding dispatch clerk Bartley Crescent, Wayville 1937 Memorial 82/511

FRANKLIN, Arthur John of Greens Plains East. Paskeville (Hundred of Kulpara) township allotment land grant 1884[-1885] Grant Book 14 Page 199 County Daly

No 1

FRANKLIN, Charles blacksmith Adelaide (Leigh St) 1856[-1859] Memorial 146/95

FRANKLIN, Charles machinist Adelaide 1857 Memorial 241/130

No 2

FRANKLIN, Charles brass founder North Adelaide 1857 Memorial 26/120

FRANKLIN, Charles Gaston baker 77 Clare St, Portland Estate, Pt Adelaide 1936 Application 28051

No 1

FRANKLIN, Charles Henry compositor Adelaide 1883 Memorial 21/352

FRANKLIN, Charles Henry printer Kent Town 1927 Memorial 127/497

No 1

FRANKLIN, FE gentleman Adelaide 1853 Memorial 162/50

FRANKLIN, FE [Frederick Edwin] of North Adelaide 1853 Memorial 310/51 Of Stanley St, North Adelaide 1853[-1858] Memorial 181/54

FRANKLIN, Frederick Edwin surveyor North Adelaide 1854 Loyal Albert Oddfellow Lodge trustee Memorial 112/74

FRANKLIN, Frederick Edwin of Stanley St, North Adelaide 1853[-1872] Memorial 93/55

FRANKLIN, Frederick Edwin land agent Adelaide 1854 Memorial 66/64

FRANKLIN, Frederick Edwin surveyor North Adelaide 1854 Memorial 430/67

FRANKLIN, Frederick Edwin draughtsman North Adelaide 1856 Memorial 312/95

FRANKLIN, Frederick Edwin draughtsman North Adelaide Owen township allotment land grant 1879 Grant Book 27 Page 442 County Gawler

FRANKLIN, Frederick Edwin draughtsman Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hawker (Hundred of Wonoka) township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 5 Page 7 County Blachford

FRANKLIN, Frederick Edwin draughtsman North Adelaide Pt Germein township allotment land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 691 County Frome

No 1

FRANKLIN, George cabinetmaker Adelaide 1853 Memorial 4/54

FRANKLIN, George of Gilbert St, Adelaide, died 19/11/1898. Father of Mary Ann Franklin spinster Gilbert St Memorial 8/437

FRANKLIN, Herbert clerk Adelaide 1895 Memorial 121/425

No 1 - perhaps the same person

FRANKLIN, Isaac labourer Hindmarsh 1848[-1855] Memorial 157/13

FRANKLIN, Isaac and Luke farmers Clarendon 1857 Memorial 86/121

No 1

FRANKLIN, Isaac Edward gardener The Sturt 1912 Memorial 232/465

FRANKLIN, Isaac Edward gardener South Road, Sturt, died 11/3/1942 Pier Private Hospital, Pier St, Glenelg, aged 78 Memorial 77/518

FRANKLIN, Isaac Edward gardener South Road, Sturt, died 11/3/1942 Pier Private Hospital, Pier St, Glenelg, of surgical shock, hypertrophy of the prostrate operation, aged 78. Born at Clarendon. Married aged 26. 2 sons and 3 daughters living; 1 daughter deceased Application 28713

FRANKLIN, James clerk to Arthur HARDY solicitor Adelaide 1855 Memorial 292/82

No 1

FRANKLIN, J farmer The Sturt 1892 Application 22216

FRANKLIN, James C post office The Sturt 1896 Application 23057

FRANKLIN, James Charles farmer The Sturt 1905 Application 25028

FRANKLIN, Jane wife of Sir John Franklin KCH Captain in the Royal Navy, Lieutenant Governor of VDL Land grants Sections 683, 688 Survey D between the coast and the Myponga [Miponga] River 1/11/1841. She also bought lots in Pt Lincoln. Henry NIXON land agent Adelaide and Edward FROME Esquire Adelaide appointed trustees for the land on 1/10/1841. She also had £1,000 of East India Stock, which she bought with an inheritance from her mother. After Sir John FRANKLIN died, his wife inherited his wearing apparel and his wine stocks in the leasehold house in Devonshire St, Portland Place, London, plus use of the house, together with the household furniture and effects in trust for life.. The rest of his estate to his daughter, Eleanor Isabella GELL wife of the Rev’d John Philip GELL Incumbent of St John Notting Hill, Middlesex, from his first marriage. In 1855, when the Court decided who got what, Dame Jane Franklin widow, lived at 60 Pall Mall, Middlesex. The Gells claimed certain lands in Australia as their own, but Lady Franklin proved that they were her property - land at Pt Phillip Vic, near the Myponga River SA, land on or near St Patrick’s River, Betsy Island in the Derwent River, land on or near the Huon River, St Patrick’s River (St Patrick’s Farm), North Esk River (Tresick Farm near Launceston) in VDL. Court decision 25/10/1855. Sir John Franklin’s will summary enclosed Application 3791

No 1

FRANKLIN, John of SA 1850 Memorial 471/19

FRANKLIN, John farmer probably of Pt Elliot 1854 Memorial 7/74

FRANKLIN, John farmer Pt Elliot, became a bankrupt in 1863 Memorial 197/310

FRANKLIN, John wood carter Moonta. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1881 Grant Book 14 Page 239 County Daly

FRANKLIN, John farmer formerly of Pt Elliot but now of Kadina 1903 Memorial 207/452

FRANKLIN, John Henry carpenter North Adelaide (Gover St) 1872 Memorial 215/259

FRANKLIN, Lawrence Melville farmer Karte. Hundred of Peebinga land grants 1949 Grant Book 12 Page 181 County Chandos

FRANKLIN, Leslie Dawson salesman Wayville but presently WO2 No 105 Adelaide Military Hospital AMF 1942 Memorial 60/516

No 1

FRANKLIN, Luke grazier The Sturt 1891 Memorial 51/410

FRANKLIN, Luke grazier The Sturt 1893, stated that he was a son of Isaac Franklin farmer Baker Gully, and a son-in-law of Richard Charles CLARK farmer Baker Gully (who was a landowner and JP at Clarendon in 1893) Application 22494

FRANKLIN, Luke formerly grazier The Sturt late College St, East Adelaide, died 21/5/1914. Hanson Steer Franklin gardener The Sturt was a son. Executors included: Isaac Edward FRANKLIN gardener The Sturt and Norman Salisbury LAFFER mercantile clerk Prospect Application 26367

No 1 - possibly the same person

FRANKLIN, Mary Ann dressmaker Adelaide (Sturt St) 1868 Memorial 65/230

FRANKLIN, Mary Ann spinster formerly of Gilbert St, Adelaide but now of Norwood 1907 Memorial 109/457

FRANKLIN, Myrvin George gardener The Sturt 1935 linked with Clara Evelyn Franklin spinster The Sturt Application 27989

FRANKLIN, Sophia Upton spinster North Adelaide 1863 Memorial 191/189

No 1

FRANKS, Cartner farmer Napperby 1895 Memorial 147/425

FRANKS, Cartner farmer Pt Pirie, died 15/7/1921. Executors – Edwin Thomas Franks and John Hemsley Franks farmers Hundred of Napperby Grant Book 60 Page 403 County Victoria

FRANKS, Frederick lighthouse keeper Port Bridge 1884 Application 20183

No 1

FRANKS, John the Elder Knight Esquire Bally Scadaur near Dublin, Ireland, bought 6565preliminary land order property in SA during 1840. His solicitor, Thomas 6565Franks of 21 Lower Fitzwilliam St, Dublin, sent the deeds of the land to 6565the family's local agent in SA, one TAPLEY, who left SA and did not return. 6565The deeds became lost. The family next appointed Benjamin Herschel 6565BABBAGE to represent them in SA and he advertised unsuccessfully for the 6565lost deeds. Sir John died in January 1852, aged 83. His heir at law and 6565residual legatee, Sir John Franks the Younger, took over the running of his 65father's SA properties Application 14887

FRANKS, Sir John Esquire Roebuck near Dublin, Ireland, purchased Section 473 Survey C in SA as a land grant on 28/3/1840. His SA attorney, a Mr TAPLEY, absconded from the colony with the title deed, and could not be traced. Sir John Franks died 10/1/1852. His son, John Franks Esquire Baly Scadaur, of Ireland, through his own SA attorney Benjamin Herschel BABBAGE, unsuccessfully searched for the missing deed in 1875 prior to placing the land under the RPA in 1876 Application 14887

FRANKS, John (Knight) St Bridget’s Roebuck, Co Dublin, Ireland, former Judge of the Supreme Court in Calcutta, East Indies, died c1874. Bequests to certain members of his family, including his wife, Sarah nee ORegan, whom he married in 1849 and settled £300 upon her to buy real estate, which would be hers for life. Residual estate to his son, John Franks Esquire Ballyscadane, Co Limerick, Ireland, which included land in SA. He appointed Benjamin Herschel BABBAGE Esquire St Marys, his attorney to administer the SA estate 1/8/1874 Deposit 179/1874

FRANKS, Pinai labourer Pt Broughton. Hundred of Mundoora land grant 1909 Grant Book 14 Page 274 County Daly

No 1

FRANKS, Thomas labourer Old Tiers 1853 Memorial 44/53

FRANKS, Thomas farmer Old Tiers Hundred of Noarlunga 1853[-1857] Memorial 7/56

FRANKS, Thomas farmer The Tiers 1855 Memorial 169/90

FRANKS, Thomas farmer The Tiers, and Sarah Frank his wife 'who rendered certain valuable services in and about the nursing and attending to … the late wife of the said William Guppy [farmer The Tiers] during her last illness' 1862 Memorial 195/181

FRANKS, Thomas gardener Crafers 1869 Memorial 1/243

FRANKS, Thomas storekeeper Old Tiers 1876 Memorial 12/293

FRANKS, Thomas farmer Crafers and Sarah Franks his wife 1877 Memorial 50/307

FRANKS, Thomas farmer Crafers 1878. He could not write Application 16934

FRANKS, Thomas yeoman Old Tiers and Sarah Franks, his wife 1882 Application 19319

FRANKS, William farmer McLaren Vale 1856 Memorial 234/97

FRANKS, William Hemsley farmer Mallala Hundred of Dalkey land grant 1881 Grant Book 26 Page 234 County Gawler

FRANTZ, Heinrich steward Pt Adelaide 1875 Application 14043

FRANZ, Friedrich mason Hahndorf 1858  Application 98

FRANZ, Heinrich Wilhelm blacksmith Owen Co Gawler. Tickera (Hundred of Tickera) township allotment land grant 1884 Grant Book 14 Page 388 County Daly

FRANZON, George contractor Adelaide (13 Gilles St) 1951[-1955] Memorial 101/526 Application 29145

FRASER, Alexander farmer Ninnes. Hundred of Ninnes land grant 1910 Grant Book 14 Page 300 County Daly

FRASER, Alice widow Pt Lincoln 1910 Application 25854

FRASER, Annie of Mitcham 1889 Memorial 46/401

FRASER, Christy spinster Strathalbyn Co Hindmarsh. Hundred of Wirrega land grant 1880 Grant Book 7 Page 42 County Buckingham

No 1

FRASER, Donald traveller Clare and Jane Fraser his wife formerly Jane JACKSON spinster Kensington. Mrs Fraser was probably a relative of Frederick Jackson blacksmith Kensington 1875[-1876] Memorial 243/282

FRASER, Donald storekeeper Clare 1876[-1877] Memorial 98/292

No 2

FRASER, Donald, William HUGHES and William WHITE painters, plumbers and glaziers Adelaide (Leigh St), trading under the style or firm of Fraser, Hughes and White 1877 Memorial 172/347

FRASER, Donald painter, plumber and glazier Adelaide 1883 Memorial 172/347

FRASER, Duncan storekeeper Kincraig 1861 Memorial 37/173

FRASER, Edith Agnes spinster Ridge Park Glen Osmond 1896 Memorial 49/427

FRASER, Ellen musical instruments dealer Adelaide (Rundle St) 1886 Memorial 209/170

FRASER, ES company manager 731 The Esplanade, Grange 1941 Memorial 36/516

No 1

FRASER, George of Pt Wakefield 1856 Memorial 56/112

No 2

FRASER, George and Robert Brown Fraser manufacturing stationers, printers and publishers Adelaide 1894 Memorial 121/421

FRASER, George stationer Adelaide 1922 Memorial 53/486

FRASER, GL director Queen's Wharf Co with head office at North Parade, Pt Adelaide 1906 Memorial 124/455

FRASER, Henry William George farmer South Hummocks. Trustee Yararoo School 1931 Grant Book 14 Page 148 County Daly

No 1

FRASER, Hugh stone cutter Mintaro 1866 Application 7785

FRASER, Hugh stone cutter Mintaro 1867 Memorial 142/222

FRASER, Hugh stone merchant Adelaide 1875[-1877] Memorial 110/280

FRASER, Hugh monumental mason Adelaide (Waymouth St) and Kensington 1891[-1895] Memorial 3/411

No 2

FRASER, Hugh accountant to RS DISHER bank manager Orroroo 1920 Memorial 54/481

No 1

FRASER, James coach builder Adelaide 1865 Memorial 183/203

No 2 - perhaps the same person

FRASER, James farmer Tothill Creek near Kapunda 1876[-1883] Memorial 221/288

FRASER, James gardener Martindale near Mintaro 1887 Memorial 53/384

No 3

FRASER, James Lloyd’s Underwriter London, Middlesex, England, power of attorney to Hon Richard Chaffey BAKER solicitor Morialta Chambers, Victoria Square, Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 29/12/1881 Deposit 106/1882

No 4

FRASER, James farm labourer Hog Bay Kangaroo Island. Hundred of Dudley land grant 1913 Grant Book 11 Page 18 County Carnarvon

FRASER, James Christopher of Mercantile Buildings, Victoria Square, Adelaide 1907[-1921] Memorial 145/457

No 1

FRASER, John farmer Aldinga 1858 Memorial 258/138

No 2

FRASER, John farmer Fifth Creek 1871[-1881] Memorial 151/252

No 3

FRASER, John and Simon farmers Lochiel 1889 Memorial 151/397

FRASER, John Gordon grazier Glenurquhart 1887 Memorial 139/385

FRASER, Murdoch farmer Pt Wakefield Hundred of Inkerman land grant 1869[-1875] Grant Book 27 Page 121 County Gawler

No 1 - perhaps the same person

FRASER, Kenneth farmer Balaklava 1877[-1883] Memorial 195/303

FRASER, Kenneth farmer Ninnes 1888 Memorial 2/395

No 1

FRASER, Robert Brown stationer Adelaide 1882 Memorial 118/344

FRASER, Robert Brown gentleman Glen Osmond, died 3/5/ 1893. Estate worth £8,500. Husband of Agnes Brown Fraser Memorial 193/417

FRASER, Rose Anne spinster Kensington 1911 Application 25982

FRASER, Rosina Edith widow Saddleworth 1918 Application 26727

FRASER, Ruth spinster Kensington, died 16/7/ 1902. She left her entire estate to Rose Ann Fraser spinster Kensington Memorial 196/449

No 1

FRASER, Simon labourer Norwood 1854 Memorial 169/65

FRASER, Simon labourer formerly of Norwood but now of the Light River 1858 Memorial 324/139

FRASER, Simon farmer formerly of Norwood 1857 but now of near Stockport on the Gilbert 1864 Application 4929

FRASER, Simon farmer Lochiel 1877[-1878] Memorial 93/306

FRASER, Simon farmer Lochiel. Hundred of Cameron land grant 1886 Grant Book 14 Page 445 County Daly

No 1

FRASER, Thomas storekeeper Adelaide (Rundle St) 1850 Memorial 470/25

No 2

FRASER, Thomas carpenter Le Fevre Peninsula 1864 Application 5563

No 3 - likely to be the same person

FRASER, Thomas fisherman Glenelg 1906 Memorial 68/456

FRASER, Thomas fisherman Pt Adelaide, died 9/6/1911 Memorial 177/470

FRASER, Thomas fisherman Pt Adelaide and Kingscote, died 9/6/1911 intestate Application 27614

No 4

FRASER, Thomas gardener Orange Grove near Magill and Mary Fraser his wife 1908 Memorial 176/459

No 1

FRASER, William ironmonger Adelaide 1865[-1873] Memorial 27/207

No 2

FRASER, William carter Adelaide 1868 Application 9492

No 1

FRAUENFELDER, Heinrich blacksmith Tanunda 1855[-1858] Memorial 386/91

FRAUENFELDER, Heinrich blacksmith Greenock 1862 Application 3594

No 1 - probably the same person

FRAUENHEIM, Hermann locksmith Adelaide 1854 Memorial 467/65

FRAUENHEIM, Hermann farmer Nuriootpa 1854 Memorial 260/66

FRAUNCES, Edward farmer River Wakefield Special Survey 1856 Memorial 287/113

FRAY, Frederick carpenter Portland Estate near Pt Adelaide 1878 Application 16661

No 1

FRAY, Henry engineer North Adelaide linked with George Fray coach builder North Adelaide 1875[-1877] Memorial 188/280

FRAY, Henry machinist North Adelaide and Lilly Fray his wife. Gwendoline D Fray spinster Morphettville belonged to this family 1907 Memorial 51/457

FRAYNE, George carpenter Adelaide 1851[-1853] Memorial 274/37.

FRAYNE, John shoemaker Adelaide 1862 Application 2975

No 1

FRAYNE, Thomas innkeeper Gawler South 1878 Memorial 42/310

FRAYNE, Thomas licensed victualler Templers 1894 Application 22692

No 1

FRAYNE, William innkeeper Adelaide 1851 Memorial 368/28

No 2

FRAYNE, William clerk to John David SYMES solicitor Pt Adelaide 1851 Memorial 260/30

FRAZER, Ewan Richards gentleman Sydney NSW, power of attorney to Charles Burton HARDY and Alfred Burton HARDY solicitors Adelaide, to manage his shares in the SA Gas Co, and any other joinst stock company 18/10/1910 Deposit 35/1910

FRAZER, James of Booleroo 1896 Memorial 199/427

No 1

FRAZER, Peter gardener Kensington 1851 Memorial 211/38

FRAZER, Peter gardener formerly of Kensington but now of Adelaide 1852 Memorial 48/45

FRAZER, Peter labourer Adelaide 1853[-1854] Memorial 371/50

FRAZER, Peter gardener Kensington 1853 Memorial 66/48

FRAZER, Peter formerly gentleman Frewville 1858 now miner Wedderburn Vic 1877. He could not write Application 16169

No 1

FRAZER, William Edward bank manager Bank of NSW Adelaide Branch Adelaide 1900 Application 24080

FRAZER, William Edward of Adelaide state manager of the Bank of NSW 1903 Memorial 138/448

FRAZER, William Edward bank manager Adelaide 1906. He was also an attorney for the Bank of New South Wales Application 25240

No 1

FREAK, Charles labourer Gawler 1857 Memorial 162/118

FREAK, Charles carter Gawler 1858[-1869] Memorial 246/146

FREAK, Charles labourer Gawler, died c1899. Father of Job Freak blacksmith Gawler, Eli Freak and Kate Freak 1900 Application 23985

FREAK, Frederick Stephen labourer Pt Lincoln 1932 Memorial 77/505

FREAK, Joseph labourer Gawler 1864 Memorial 198/195

FREAK, Stephen storeman Gawler 1862 Application 3338

FREARSON, Alfred general dealer Kent Town 1866 Memorial 127/208

No 1

FREARSON, Frederick Bank of SA clerk Adelaide 1856[-1859] Memorial 394/97

FREARSON, Frederick gentleman Adelaide 1858 Application 150

FREARSON, Frederick gentleman Prospect Village 1860 Wife calle Mary Frearson. His brother-in-law, William DALWOOD contractor Mt Barker Road Application 20460

FREARSON, Frederick gentleman Prospect, died 15/2/1860. His widow, Mary Frearson remarried to James Simpson SCOTT gentleman Adelaide. The only Frearson child, Frances Frearson, married William Alexander HUGHES insurance clerk Adelaide 1882 Memorial 53/339

No 1

FREARSON, John general dealer Kent Town 1866 Memorial 232/217

FREARSON, John gentleman Kent Town about to marry Mary Ann YOUNG of Kent Town an infant under the age of 21. Edward Frearson gentleman Kent Town linked with J Frearson 1875 Memorial 226/285

FREARSON, John general dealer Adelaide Hundred of Dalrymple land grant 1876 Grant Book 19 Page 135 County Fergusson

FREARSON, Leonard Frank garage proprietor 12 Gower St, Dunleath 1950 Memorial 150/525

No 1

FREARSON, Robert Sands dealer Adelaide (Flinders St) 1874 Memorial 240/275

FREARSON, Robert Sands stationer Adelaide (King William St) 1882 Memorial 71/341

No 1

FREARSON, Samuel bookseller Adelaide linked with John Frearson general dealer Adelaide and Mary Ann Frearson his wife 1875 Memorial 44/286

FREARSON, Samuel and Septimus printers Adelaide (probably Beaconsfield Buildings King William St) 1883 Memorial 190/354

FREARSON, Septimus printer Adelaide 1891 Memorial 102/410

No 1

FREARSON, William general dealer Adelaide (Pirie St) 1877 Memorial 95/299

FREARSON, William dealer Adelaide (Pirie St), became a bankrupt by 1883 Memorial 70/353

FREASER, Thomas shipwright Birkenhead 1893 Application 22448

FREATH, George boatman Pt Adelaide, died 5/12/1870 in the Destitute Asylum, with no known relatives in the province 1898 Application 23629

No 1

FRECKELTON, Joseph teamster Mongolata. Hundred of Mongolata land grant 1883 Grant Book 9 Page 119 County Burra

FRECKLETON, Joseph farmer Mongolata 1883 Memorial 94/353

FRECKLETON, Joseph farmer Baldina 1884[-1885] Memorial 195/361

FREDERICK, Francis farmer near Gawler 1847[-1848] Memorial 215/9

FREDERICK, William bootmaker Plympton 1846 Memorial 290/6

No 1

FREE, George brewer Gawler 1852 Memorial 73/43.

FREE, George labourer Gawler 1856 Memorial 328/105

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

FREE, George gentleman Woodfield Cedar Road, Sutton, Surrey, England Memorial 26/442

No 1

FREEBAIRN, Andrew and James farmers O'Halloran Hill 1876 Memorial 85/292

FREEBAIRN, Andrew farmer Alma Plains Hundred of Boucaut land grant 1881 Grant Book 55 Page 37 County Stanley

FREEBAIRN, Archibald and James farmers Alma Plains Co Gawler. Hundred of Peake land grant 1911 Grant Book 6 Page 54 County Buccleuch

No 1

FREEBAIRN, Gavin farmer Condowie Co Stanley. Snowtown (Hundred of Barunga) township allotment land grant 1879 Grant Book 14 Page 166 County Daly

FREEBAIRN, Gavin farmer Alma Plains Co Gawler. Hundred of Boucaut land grant 1880 Grant Book 55 Page 35 County Stanley

FREEBAIRN, Gavin JP of Condowie 1880 Memorial 94/329

FREEBAIRN, Gavin and William sheep farmers Mt Templeton 1884 Memorial 155/358

FREEBAIRN, Gavin and William farmers Snowtown 1884 Memorial 192/358

FREEBAIRN, Gavin and William sheepfarmers Snowtown 1884[-1896] Memorial 2/361

FREEBAIRN, Gavin JP of Everard Central 1885 Memorial 206/370

No 1

FREEBAIRN, James land owner Adelaide 1851 Memorial 192/37.

FREEBAIRN, James gentleman Happy Valley 1852[-1857] Memorial 489/42 Hundred of Noarlunga land grant 1853 Memorial 396/46

FREEBAIRN, James farmer O'Halloran Hill 1856[-1876] Memorial 252/103, Application 2461

FREEBAIRN, James farmer O’Halloran Hill Co Adelaide Hundred of Stow land grant 1869 Grant Book 56 Page 443 County Stanley

FREEBAIRN, James farmer O’Halloran Hill Hundred of Alma land grant 1863 Grant Book 26 Page 18 County Gawler

FREEBAIRN, James farmer Happy Valley 1858[-1870] Memorial 334/147, Application 10842

FREEBAIRN, James farmer O’Halloran Hill Co Adelaide. Hundred of Yangya land grant 1871 Grant Book 60 Page 83 County Victoria

FREEBAIRN, Jane widow O’Halloran Hill [Mrs James Freebairn nee Jean HADDOW] Hundred of Boucaut land grant 1881 Grant Book 55 Page 40 County Stanley

No 2 – perhaps son of JY Freebairn

FREEBAIRN, James gentleman Hundred of Alma 1882[-1886] Memorial 141/342

FREEBAIRN, James gentleman linked with Thomas Freebairn farmer both of Alma 1887 Memorial 97/385

No 1

FREEBAIRN, John Youle farmer O’Halloran Hill Hundred of Alma land grant 1859 Grant Book 26 Page 10 County Gawler

FREEBAIRN, John Youle farmer Humphrey Springs Hundred of Alma land grant 1861 Grant Book 26 Page 10 County Gawler

FREEBAIRN, Robert Hugh farmer Condowie and Jane Copeland Freebairn his wife 1912 Memorial 41/467

No 1

FREEBAIRN, Thomas gentleman Kensington 1851 Memorial 478/36.

No 2

FREEBAIRN, Thomas farmer Alma Plains Hundred of Alma land grant 1863 Grant Book 26 Page 18 County Gawler

FREEBAIRN, Thomas farmer Alma Hundred of Boucaut land grant 1873[-1880] Grant Book 55 Page 32 County Stanley

FREEBAIRN, Thomas farmer Alma 1880[-1895] Memorial 177/322

FREEBAIRN, Thomas farmer Alma Plains 1881 Memorial 148/334

FREEBAIRN, Thomas of Alma. J/TA and WJ Freebairn mentioned but not described 1890 Memorial 236/401

No 1

FREEBAIRN, William farmer Alma Plains Co Gawler. Hundred of Cameron land grant 1875 Grant Book 14 Page 436 County Daly

FREEBAIRN, William farmer Condowie. Trustee Cemetery Hundred of Boucaut Hundred of Boucaut land grant 1876 Grant Book 55 Page 33 County Stanley

FREEBAIRN, William farmer Hundred of Boucaut. Hundred of Boucaut land grant 1881 Grant Book 55 Page 39 County Stanley

FREEBORN, Thomas Arthur branch manager 26 Coke St, Norwood and Kathleen Margaret Freeborn his wife 1949 Application 28629

FREELAND, Amos H of Kooringa 1857 Memorial 88/121

FREELAND, Henry Thomas of Adelaide 1839 Application 8167

FREELING, Arthur Henry Esquire Adelaide 1849[-1859] Memorial 57/19

FREEMAN, Alfred farmer Ardrossan. Hundred of Cunningham land grant 1891 Grant Book 19 Page 286 County Fergusson

No 1

FREEMAN, Bell gentleman Adelaide 1842, leased 50 acres of Montague Farm, Dry Creek, from Sir Montague CHAPMAN Bart Kilne Castle, Co Westmeath, Ireland, for the lifetime of his second son, George Freeman, now aged 11 years, or for 21 years, whichever was the longer, at £12/10/-, payable each 1 July Memorial 304/1

FREEMAN, Bell carrier Port Road 1848 Memorial 278/13

FREEMAN, Bell farmer Dry Creek 1852[-1863] Memorial 391/40.

FREEMAN, Bell farmer Linwood near Stockport on the Gilbert 1864 Application 4946

FREEMAN, George son of Bell Freeman carrier Dry Creek, died 3/9/1847, from being thrown from a horse, aged 17 years. Inquest Application 22368

FREEMAN, Benjamin farmer Willowie 1890 Memorial 88/402

No 1 - Benjamin Bowdidge Freeman (commonly known as Benjamin Freeman)

FREEMAN, Benjamin the Elder formerly of Mill Place, Limehouse, London England, master of the ship Asia but now gentleman Adelaide 1839 By c1855, he had returned to Limehouse, London, and had already died. His eldest son and heir at law, Benjamin Freeman the Younger, formerly of 14 Mill Place, Limehouse, but now of 11 Woodstock Rd, Poplar, formerly commander of the ship Matchless of Northumberland, since commander of the ship Pyrenees and now commander of the ship Northfleet, of the city of London Memorials 184,185,191/103

FREEMAN, Benjamin Bowdidge the Elder, of the parish of St Mary Whitechapel, Middlesex, m Elizabeth Ann TOPSOM, of the same parish, on 29/11/1818. Their eldest child and first surviving child, and heir at law, Benjamin Freeman, was born 24/6/1822 at Barking, Essex. When BB Freeman came as captain to SA c1839, the family lived at 14 Mill Place, Limehouse, Middlesex. Captain Freeman made many land deals with SA people in 1839, when he is recorded as living in Adelaide. Thomas Hudson BEARE architect Netley, William WILLIAMS licensed victualler Adelaide, John Bentham NEALES auctioneer Adelaide involved at times in BB Freeman' business affairs. Captain of the Barque Asia, then the Brig Ocean Queen. BB Freeman made his will aboard the ship Seppings, off the coast at Deal, while proceeding on a voyage to India, 17/7/1832. Died at sea, 26/9/1844, aboard the Ocean Queen, registered in London, and of which he was part owner. The captain's son, Benjamin Freeman the Younger, of 11 Woodstock Road, Poplar, master mariner Barque Duchess of Northumberland, then Ship Pyrenees, and then Ship Northfleet, of the port of London, gave power of attorney to George ELDER the Younger, Thomas Elder and Robert Barr Smith merchants Adelaide, to sell his father’s assets 26/2/1845. Estate worth £1,500. Benjamin Freeman the Elder’s sister, Martha Freeman, married master mariner John SILK, of Albany Road, Camberwell, Surrey, England; Mrs Freeman’s sister, Susannah TOPSOM, married mariner James CLARKE of Barking, Essex, England Deposits 317 & 332/1856

FREEMAN, Charles farmer Blyth Plains, died 1/1/1886. Husband of Caroline Freeman Memorial 246/377

No 1

FREEMAN, Edmund broker Rundle St, Adelaide 1850 Memorial 134/24

FREEMAN, Edmund and GIBSON, John Robert share brokers and commission agents Adelaide 1851 Memorial 175/34.

FREEMAN, Frank Thomas blacksmith Gawler South 1951 Memorial 197/526 

No 1

FREEMAN, George of Adelaide 1847 Memorial 266/9

No 2

FREEMAN, George of Bowden 1851 Memorial 404/34

FREEMAN, George formerly of Bowden 1851 but now of Lower Huntly Vic 1876 Application 15489

No 3

FREEMAN, George farmer Bugle Ranges 1851[-1857] Memorial 8/41.

FREEMAN, George farmer Strathalbyn 1854 Memorial 308/76

No 4

FREEMAN, George accountant Kapunda 1862 Memorial 227/180

No 5

FREEMAN, George labourer Auburn and Emily Freeman his wife 1878, formerly Emily BLEECHMORE widow of the late George Frederick Bleechmore formerly carpenter Auburn, who died 14/8/1865 Application 20481

FREEMAN, George farmer Auburn Hundred of Yackamoorundie land grant 1880 Grant Book 56 Page 92 County Stanley

FREEMAN, Emily widow near Auburn, died 11/9/1884. Trustee Joseph Edwin BLEECHMORE auctioneer Auburn to keep Auburn real estate in trust for her daughter Emily Bleechmore to use to rear her other daughter, Martha Freeman, until she reaches 21 years or gets married. Then the property to be sold and the profits distributed equally absolutely in remainder expectant amongst her son William Bleechmore and her daughters Emily and Selina Bleechmore by her first marriage. Estate worth £50 Application 20481

No 6

FREEMAN, George of Pt Germein 1888 Memorial 188/392

No 1

FREEMAN, George James William miller The Sturt 1875 Application 14064

FREEMAN, GJW miller Ardrossan 1878 Memorial 77/307

FREEMAN, George James William miller Ardrossan. Trustee cemetery Ardrossan. Hundred of Cunningham land grant 1879[-1891] Grant Book 19 Page 283 County Fergusson

FREEMAN, George James William miller Ardrossan. Trustee Institute Ardrossan. Township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 19 Page 450 County Fergusson

FREEMAN, George James William farmer Ardrossan. Price township allotment land grant 1883[-1903] Grant Book 20 Page 26 County Fergusson

FREEMAN, George James William farmer Ardrossan 1885[-1891] Memorial 31/364

FREEMAN, George James William agent Ardrossan 1886 Memorial 241/378

FREEMAN, George James William storekeeper Ardrossan 1901[-1903] Memorial 141/444, Application 24661

FREEMAN, George James William formerly storekeeper Ardrossan but now grazier Burnside 1910 Memorial 199/464

FREEMAN, H painter College Town 1924 Application 27250

FREEMAN, Harry Allen out of business 15 Twenty-first St, Gawler South, aged 72 in 1952, declared that he been born in the district Application 28874

No 1

FREEMAN, Henry farmer Tiparra. Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1885 Grant Book 14 Page 420 County Daly

No 2

FREEMAN, Henry blacksmith Mt Barker and Elizabeth Ann Freeman his wife. Nephew to William Freeman of Mt Barker 1889 Memorial 182/399

FREEMAN, Elizabeth Ann wife of Henry Freeman, died 2/12/1895 intestate. Letters of administration to her husband, Henry Freeman, to settle the estate. Henry Freeman still lived in Mt Barker 1901 Application 24214

FREEMAN, James farmer Willunga 1854 Memorial 345/69

FREEMAN, James William grazier Burnside 1904 Memorial 152/450

FREEMAN, John mason Norwood 1855[-1858] Memorial 57/88

No 1

FREEMAN, Jonas Walter carpenter Pt Elliot 1855 Memorial 417/93

FREEMAN, Jonas Walter formerly of Currency Creek 1856 but now builder Pt Elliot 1864 Application 5669

FREEMAN, Jonas Walter builder Pt Elliot linked with Thomas York Freeman carpenter Solomontown 1894 Memorial 34/423

No 1 - probably mixture of the elder and the Younger

FREEMAN, Joseph teamster Auburn 1853 Memorial 179/50

FREEMAN, Joseph farmer Auburn 1854[-1856] Memorial 25/78

FREEMAN, Joseph farmer Rice Creek near Auburn 1859 Application 334

FREEMAN, Joseph of Penwortham 1861 Memorial 49/178

FREEMAN, Joseph farmer near Auburn 1868 Application 9304

FREEMAN, Joseph licensed victualler Penwortham 1868 Application 9370

FREEMAN, Joseph and Thomas bakers Clare 1870 Memorial 73/248

FREEMAN, Joseph farmer Auburn Hundred of Yackamoorundie land grant 1879[-1880] Grant Book 56 Page 91 County Stanley

No 2

FREEMAN, Joseph the Elder of Koolunga 1887[-1895] Memorial 162/383

FREEMAN, Joseph the Elder farmer Koolunga Hundred of Yackamoorundie land grant 1889[-1893] Grant Book 56 Page 98 County Stanley

FREEMAN, Joseph farmer Koolunga 1890 Application 21931

FREEMAN, Ken Ronald clerk Parks St, Solomontown near Pt Pirie 1945 Memorial 41/519

FREEMAN, Matthew sawyer North Adelaide 1854 Memorial 280/63

FREEMAN, Owen brickmaker Norwood 1850[-1853] Memorial 412/26

FREEMAN, Peter farmer Para Plains 1856 Memorial 325/98

FREEMAN, Robert farmer near Houghton 1856 Memorial 241/98

FREEMAN, Samuel farmer Mt Barker 1854[-1856] Memorial 3/101

FREEMAN, Sarah Jane formerly ERRINGTON widow Auburn Glen Osmond Road Fullarton Estate. Mrs Freeman had married Joseph Freeman on 13/4/1905. She had formerly been the wife of Thomas Errington gentleman Blexley, who died 27/7/1900. Mother of Philip Vatas SIMPSON carpenter Fullarton [by her first husband? Had she married three times?] 1911 Memorial 154/464

No 1

FREEMAN, Stephen Corneck Esquire Enfield, Middlesex, England 1844 Memorial 351/4

FREEMAN, Stephen Corneck Esquire Quiddleswell Mount, Hove, Sussex, England, died c1870 Memorial 122/441

FREEMAN, Stephen Corneck Esquire, formerly of Enfield, Middlesex, but late of Quyddleswell Mount, Hove, Sussex, England, died 26/4/1870, without issue. Quyddleswell Mount to go to his widow, Elizabeth Freeman. The rest of the real estate to go in equal shares absolutely to his wife’s nephew and nieces the HAYWARDS. Richard William Hayward gentleman, Margaret Ann Reynolds Hayward spinster, Emily Mary Hayward spinster, who lived with Elizabeth Darken FREEMAN widow Quyddleswell Mount, Hove, Sussex, England, and Sarah Elizabeth Hayward spinster of 50 Song Acre, Middlesex, England, power of attorney to Algernon Sidney CLARK and Matthew Symonds Clark merchants Grenfell St, Adelaide, to manage the SA estate of the late SC Freeman 18/5/1871 Deposit 86/1873

FREEMAN, Elizabeth Darken widow of the late Stephen Corneck Freeman, died 27/11/1899 14 Lime Grove, North Hammersmith, England, of apoplexy, aged 73 Memorial 74/441 

No 1

FREEMAN, Thomas gentleman Eastern Plains near Adelaide 1844 Memorial 395/3 He was involved with land in Clifton township Section 290 Survey B.

FREEMAN, Thomas gentleman Hobart VDL and Hannah Freeman, his wife 1850 Memorial 368/26

FREEMAN, Thomas gentleman formerly of Hobart Tas but now of Melbourne Vic and Hannah Freeman his wife 1858 Memorial 318/144

FREEMAN, Thomas formerly of Wood St, Cheapside, London, Middlesex, England but then merchant Adelaide (Freeman St) in the 1830s & 1840s, and by the mid-1860s, Esquire South Yarra Vic and Hannah Freeman nee WILLIAMS his wife. On 9/7/1840, Thomas Freeman mortgaged his Adelaide Town Acre 551 and his Country Section 264 Survey B (renumbered 261 Hundred of Adelaide), site of the Parkside Asylum, to his wife Hannah Freeman’s brothers, Joseph Williams wine merchant Worcester, Worcs, England, and John Symonds Williams druggist late of Great Malvern, Worcs, but lately of Sydney NSW, for £1,000 at 20%, with power of sale. Thomas Freeman transferred Country Section 264 Survey B to his wife in 1840; she placed the property in the care of her aunt, Mrs Francis Clark, of Hazelwood Park, when the Freemans went to Melbourne. The Freemans sold this site 23/7/1866 to William Kay for £5,000. He sold it to the SA Government 11/8/1866 for £6,360. [The Freemans had rented their farm house on this Section to the Government from May 1846 to become the Lunatic Asylum. Transferred 1852 to North Tce site of the present Botanic Gardens. The road passing Section 264 was called Old Asylum Road by 1856]. Prob Stephen Corneck Freeman was a brother to Thomas Freeman Deposits 658/1855 and 1 & 2/1856

No 1

FREEMAN, Thomas yeoman Mt Barker 1855 Memorial 168/94

FREEMAN, Thomas farmer Byethorne near Nairne 1861 Memorial 57/175

FREEMAN, Thomas formerly yeoman Mt Barker 1855 but now farmer Nairne 1862 Application 3401

No 2

FREEMAN, Thomas the Elder labourer Gawler 1869[-1874] Memorial 236/243

No 3

FREEMAN, Thomas baker Clare 1893 Application 22555

No 4

FREEMAN, Thomas farmer Wokurna trustee unnamed Church Hundred of Wokurna 1897 Grant Book 15 Page 46 County Daly

No 5

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

FREEMAN, Thomas farmer Penong trustee unnamed Chapel and School Hundred of Bagster Hundred of Bagster land grant 1897 Grant Book 41 Page 26 County Kintore

No 1

FREEMAN, Thomas Auburn farmer Sharpes Well near Mundoora 1891 Memorial 114/408

FREEMAN, Thomas Auburn farmer Koolunga 1898 Memorial 120/436

No 1

FREEMAN, Thomas York carpenter Pt Pirie 1891 Application 22101

FREEMAN, Thomas York carpenter Solomontown near Pt Pirie 1912 Memorial 16/466

No 1

FREEMAN, Walter of Stockport on the Gilbert 1870[-1871] Memorial 36/248

FREEMAN, Walter butcher Stockport 1874 Application 13568

FREEMAN, Walter William caterer Mile End 1926 Memorial 158/497

No 1

FREEMAN, Whiteman late master of the barque Tam O’Shanter [but now of Adelaide] 1837 Memorial 94/4

FREEMAN, Whiteman master mariner formerly of Adelaide, but now Officer for the Coastguard of Sidestrand, Norfolk, England, power of attorney to Peacock SIMPSON merchant Leadenhall St, London, Middlesex, about to proceed to SA, to to look after his SA business interests 22/3/1852 Deposit 5/OA

No 1

FREEMAN, William farmer Strathalbyn 1855 Memorial 281/88

FREEMAN, William farmer The Bremer 1862 Memorial 200/186

FREEMAN, William farmer The Bremer 1864 Application 5265

FREEMAN, William farmer near Macclesfield 1868 Application 9030

FREEMAN, George labourer Point Sturt eldest son of William Freeman farmer Strathalbyn 1868. He could not write Application 9603

No 2

FREEMAN, William mason Norwood 1855[-1856]. Probably farmer Dry Creek 1858. Enrolment 64/29

No 3

FREEMAN, William gardener Mt Barker 1883 Memorial 153/353

FREEMAN, William gentleman Mt Barker. Uncle to Henry Freeman blacksmith Mt Barker 1889 Memorial 182/399

FREEMAN, William Campion labourer Mitcham 1851 Memorial 235/35.

FREEMAN, William George farmer Meningie Hundred of Bonney land grant 1876 Grant Book 54 Page 34 County Russell

FREEMAN, William Hardy company manager SA. Power of attorney to manage the SA interests of BAKER & ROUSE Ltd of Bond St, Abbotsford Vic 5/6/1896 Deposit 45/1896

No 1

FREER, Charles John Harvey of Adelaide 1881 Memorial 64/332

FREER, Charles John Harvey Esquire Adelaide, about to leave the province, power of attorney to Edward Burney YOUNG land agent Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 29/1/1881 Deposit 102/1881.

No 1

FREER, George of the Semaphore 1875 Memorial 196/281

FREER, George butcher Semaphore 1876 Memorial 8/292

No 1

FREER, Jesse Edmund of Dalkey Hundred of Dalkey land grant 1881 Grant Book 26 Page 232 County Gawler

FREER, Jesse Edmund farmer Inkerman 1882 Memorial 209/345

FREER, Jesse Edmund farmer South Inkerman trustee unnamed Wesleyan Methodist Chapel Hundred of Inkerman Hundred of Inkerman land grant 1886 Grant Book 27 Page 146 County Gawler

FREER, RG shirt manufacturer Port Rd, Hindmarsh 1948 Application 28632

FREESTONE, John farmer Saddleworth 1854 Memorial 232/61

No 1

FREESTONE, William gardener Adelaide 1850 Memorial 463/19

FREESTONE, William gardener Unley 1855[-1857] Memorial 90/86

FREESTONE, William gardener Fullarton 1862 Memorial 291/183

FREESTONE, William of Unley 1857, died c1868. He left his entire estate to Frances WHEATLEY daugher of William and Mary Wheatley of Bury, Hunts, England Memorial 143/232

FREESTONE, William gardener Fullarton, died 12/9/1862. His whole estate to Frances WHEATLEY, daughter of William and Mary Wheatley Bury, Hunts, England. Estate worth £50 1883 Application 19714

FREESTUN, Caroline spinster Beckwith 1855 Memorial 6/93

No 1

FREESTUN, Edward farmer Gawler 1850 Memorial 294/19

FREESTUN, Edward saddler Gawler 1870 Application 10477

FREESTUN, Edward Lockyer the Elder married Catherine ? 3/1/1842 Holy Trinity Adelaide. The Freestuns became farmers at Gawler where their eldest son and heir at law, Edward FREESTUN was born 13/1/1849. EL Freestun died 11/4/1865 intestate, aged 53. Edward Freestun the Younger inherited as heir at law Application 10477

FREETH, John Enoch linked with Sections 747, 748 Hundred of Bremer Co Hindmarsh 1883 Memorial 55/349

No 1

FREEZE, James farmer Adelaide 1853 Memorial 202/53

FREEZE, James livery stable keeper Adelaide (Rundle St) 1856[-1857] Memorial 168/99

FREEZE, James general dealer Adelaide 1861 Memorial 143/180

No 1 - perhaps the same person

FREHSE, Christian Friedrich tailor Adelaide 1848 Memorial 489/11

FREHSE, Christian farmer Grünthal 1853 Memorial 191/46, son-in-law of

FREHSE, Johanne Eleonore widow Tanunda, died 3/6/1901. Estate worth £1012. In her will, she left her granddaughter, Emma Lenore Greeve, her residence called Mill House in the main street of Tanunda. Children of JE Frehse included her late daughter Mathilde Louise Martha HEUZENROEDER, her late sons Ernst FIEDLER and August Fiedler. Estate worth £1,012. Executors and trustees: Carl August SCHUBERT farmer Langmeil nr Tanunda 1901[-1910] and Johann Friedrich Gustav GREEVE photographer formerly of Tanunda 1901[-1910] but now of Adelaide [perhaps grandson-in-law of JE Frehse] Application 25837

No 1

FRENCH, Alfred publican Shipwright's Arms Alberton 1854[-1859] Memorial 452/68

FRENCH, Jane widow Pt Adelaide 1859 7-year lease at £1 a week for the Shipwright's Arms Inn at Alberton from Walter SMITH builder and James GROSSE storekeeper Pt Adelaide. [Perhaps the relict of the previous publican Alfred French?] Memorial 105/158

No 2

FRENCH, Alfred fisherman Caloote Pt Mannum (Hundred of Finniss) township allotment land grant 1909 Grant Book 58 Page 385 County Sturt

FRENCH, Alfred fisherman Mannum Pt Mannum (Hundred of Finniss) township allotment land grant 1910 Grant Book 58 Page 386 County Sturt

FRENCH, Charles greengrocer Gilberton 1897 Application 23292

No 1 – mixture of the Elder and the Younger

FRENCH, David and Isaac farmers Sheaoak Log 1857 Memorial 270/118

FRENCH, David farmer Sheaoak Log 1860 Memorial 104/166

FRENCH, David farmer Sheaoak Log 1862 Application 3296

FRENCH, David farmer Freeling 1882 Grant Book 18 Page 19 County Eyre

FRENCH, David the Younger farmer Sutherlands trustee unnamed Chapel Hundred of Neales 1895 Grant Book 17 Page 201 County Eyre

FRENCH, David of Sutherlands 1897 Memorial 82/433

FRENCH, David farmer Sutherlands, died c1900. Husband of Ann French. William French farmer Sutherlands belonged to this family. Executor; James MCCALLUM tramdriver Norwood

Memorial 177/440

FRENCH, Ann widow Sutherlands 1900 Memorial 168/441

No 1

FRENCH, Edward Esquire Adelaide 1845 Memorial 292/5

FRENCH, Edward Esquire formerly of Hindmarsh, but now of parts beyond the sea 1846 Memorial 68/30

No 2

FRENCH, Edward master mariner Pt Adelaide 1850 Memorial 458/22 Merchant Pt Adelaide 1851[-1855] Memorial 400/28

FRENCH, Edward ship chandler Pt Adelaide 1855[-1859] Memorial 416/93

FRENCH, Edward shipping agent Pt Adelaide 1856[-1858] Memorial 31/109

FRENCH, Edward gentleman Pt MacDonnell Pt MacDonnell township allotment land grant 1863 Grant Book 29 Page 108 County Grey

FRENCH, Edward merchant Pt MacDonnell 1864[-1865] Memorial 87/198

No 3

FRENCH, Edward market gardener Mt Lofty 1870 Memorial 93/248

No 1

FRENCH, George farmer Mt Pleasant 1860[-1889] Memorial 278/167

FRENCH, George farmer Mt Pleasant Hundred of Finniss land grant 1879[-1882] Grant Book 58 Page 36 County Sturt

No 2

FRENCH, George undertaker Strathalbyn 1883 Application 21308

No 1

FRENCH, Henry farmer Talunga 1854 Memorial 329/72

No 2

FRENCH, Henry farmer Gladstone. Booyoolie (later part of Gladstone Hundred of Booyoolie) township allotment land grant 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 318 County Victoria

FRENCH, Henry farmer Freeling Co Light. Hundred of Booyoolie land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 147 County Victoria

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

FRENCH, John farmer Freeling Co Light. Hundred of Napperby land grant 1881 Grant Book 60 Page 389 County Victoria

No 3

FRENCH, Henry farmer Boolcunda 1889 Memorial 40/398

No 1

FRENCH, Isaac labourer Adelaide 1841 Memorial 7/11 Farmer Fourth Creek [Linked with the PROBYN brothers, who also went to farm at Sheaoak Log] 1848 Memorial 208/10 Farmer Salt Creek Plain Co Light 1850 Memorial 25/28

FRENCH, Isaac labourer Adelaide 1842 Application 8592

FRENCH, Isaac labourer Adelaide 1843. He was apparently on the point of leaving SA Application 22415

FRENCH, Isaac farmer Sheaoak Log 1854[-1859] Memorial 82/76

FRENCH, Isaac farmer Bindley Farm Sheaoak Log 1858 Memorial 221/136 FIND Is the name a place in Britain?

FRENCH, Isaac farmer Sheaoak Log. Sheaoak Log Public School trustee 1856 Memorial 287/110

FRENCH, Isaac farmer Bardly Farm near Sheaoak Log 1862 Memorial 252/185, Application 3197

FRENCH, Isaac farmer Hindley Farm [Alternative spellings appear unreconcilable] near Sheaoak Log 1869 Memorial 22/244

No 1

FRENCH, John watch and chronometer maker 80 Cornhill, London, Middlesex, England, executor for his late father James Moore French of same description, power of attorney to Charles MALLARD RN Lieutenant, about to proceed to SA, to collect monies, through all lawful manner, belonging to the estate from the local attorney George GRIFFEN of Adelaide 29/8/1844 Enrolment 53/3

No 2

FRENCH, John brickmaker Salisbury 1857 Memorial 68/128

No 3

FRENCH, John farmer Arden Vale 1888 Memorial 99/395

FRENCH, Mary Frances widow Clare 1947 Memorial 154/521

No 1

FRENCH, Robert labourer New Hamburgh 1854 Memorial 117/78

FRENCH, Elizabeth widow New Hamburgh mother of Robert John French her eldest son and an infant under the age of 21 years 1863 Memorial 96/190

No 2

FRENCH, Robert mining proprietor Maud Creek Northern Territory of SA 1888 Memorial 171/394

FRENCH, William farmer Saddleworth Co Light. Hundred of Bews land grant 1908 Grant Book 12 Page 3 County Chandos

FRENCH, WJ & Son storekeepers Gawler 1917 Application 26596

No 1

FRETWELL, Charles labourer Byethorne near Nairne 1857[-1860] Memorial 48/129

FRETWELL, Charles farmer Byethorne near Nairne 1862 Memorial 233/180

FRETWELL, John Outwin cabinetmaker Adelaide (Gouger St) 1851[-1853] Memorial 350/28

No 1

FREUDENBERG, Johann Friedrich gardener Glen Osmond. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1853 Grant Book 1 Page 25 County Adelaide

FREUDENBERG, Johann Friedrich miner Adelaide 1854 Memorial 268/61

FREUDENBERG, Johann Friedrich gardener Glen Osmond 1854[-1863] Memorial 113/79

FREUDENBERG, Johann Friedrich gardener formerly of Glen Osmond but now of Stepney 1862 Memorial 289/185

FREUDENBERG, Johann Friedrich licensed victualler Adelaide (Queen's Arms Brown St) 1880[-1882] Memorial 71/326

FREUENTHAL, Heinrich of Adelaide 1849 Memorial 458/14

FREUNDT, Johann farmer St Kitts 1903 Memorial 138/449

FREUTER, Harold carpenter Narracoorte 1871 Memorial 7/254

No 1

FREW, Alexander David Taylor clerk Beaumont Hundred of Davenport land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 662 County Frome

FREW, Alexander David Taylor accountant Greenhill Rd, Victoria Park. Son of the late Robert and Mary Kate Frew 1907 Memorial 193/457

FREW, Alexander David Taylor farmer formerly of Greenhill near Burnside now of Greenhill Rd, Victoria Park 1907 Application 25368

FREW, Archibald clerk Adelaide 1881 Application 18948

FREW, Charles F solicitor Adelaide 1873 Memorial 245/265

No 1

FREW, James Esquire Adelaide 1840 Director of the SA Marine and Fire and Life Assurance Co Memorial 345/74

FREW, James Esquire Adelaide 1850 Director of the Wheal Barton Mining Association Memorial 160/457

FREW, James Esquire Frewville linked with John Frew merchant Co Renfrew, Scotland 1860 Memorial 254/165

FREW, James gentleman Fullarton linked with Robert Frew the Younger gentleman Wilcannia NSW 1876 Memorial 132/295

FREW, James gentleman Fullarton, died 21/6/1878, of gouty disease of the kidney, aged 74 Application 20920

No 2

FREW, James farmer Mt Gambier Hundred of Jessie land grant 1878 Grant Book 50 Page 258 County Robe

FREW, James farmer Narracoorte 1882 Memorial 85/337

No 1

FREW, John merchant Glasgow, Co Lanark, Scotland, power of attorney to Henry GILES and James SMITH merchants Adelaide, to sell land belonging to him in Frewville 161/1865 Deposit 168/1872

FREW, John merchant Glasgow, Co Lanark, Scotland linked with Robert Frew the Younger accountant Greenhill near Adelaide 1872 Memorial 127/262

No 2

FREW, John Esquire Mt Gambier about to marry Mrs Helen MITCHELL widow Hedley Park near Mt Gambier 1877 Memorial 14/304

FREW, John gentleman Mt Gambier 1880 Application 18316

FREW, John gentleman Hedley Park near Mt Gambier 1883 Memorial 105/352

FREW, Helen, formerly Helen MITCHELL widow, but then wife of John Frew of Mt Gambier, died 9/10/1881 intestate. Under the terms of Mrs Frew's marriage settlement, Jardine HEDLEY gentleman Tenterfield NSW, was eligible for a £100 annuity, because the marriage was childless. J Hedley agreed to forego the annuity because John Frew paid him out £1,000. Henry Archibald PRICE bank manager Mt Gambier was Hedley’s attorney in this matter. The trustees for the marriage settlement were William Allen CROUCH and James UMPHERSTON. Walter HEDLEY gentleman Wilcannia NSW, settled for £500 in return for foregoing £100 a year for life Deposit 131/1882

No 1

FREW, Robert and Charles Frew the Younger solicitors Henrietta St, London, Middlesex, England 1857. Enrolment/ FIND

No 2 - perhaps the same person

FREW, Robert the Younger clerk Adelaide 1869 Memorial 118/240

FREW, Robert gentleman Beaumont, died 29/3/1893, of empyema, aged 79 Application 25368

No 2

FREW, Robert of Tinninbore 1877 Memorial 210/304

FREW, Robert of Cunnamulla Qld 1880 Memorial 49/320

FREW, Robert formerly of Tinnimboro but now of Cunnamulla Qld held pastoral leases 'on the northern boundary of the province of SA north of Cooper Creek' 1879 Memorials 167 & 168/325

FREW, Robert grazier Lake Coongy also held a lease for Cadelgo Station in the same Pastoral District C 1880 Memorial 194/325

FREW, Robert Esquire Cadelgo Qld 1882 Memorial 16/339

FREWIN, Henry of Queenstown 1876 Application 15646

No 1

FREWIN, Thomas landing waiter Pt Adelaide 1854 Memorial 207/61

FREWIN, Thomas customs house officer Alberton 1856 Memorial 3/107

FREWIN, Thomas HM Customs officer Queenstown 1856[-1858] Memorial 208/108

FREWIN, Thomas messenger for HM Customs Pt Adelaide 1861 Memorial 36/185

FREWIN, Thomas HM Customs Officer Queenstown 1874 Application 13343

No 1

FREWIN, William Henry gentleman Queenstown 1868 Memorial 179/235

FREWIN, William Henry clerk Queenstown 1877 Application 16199.

FREWIN, WH HM Customs officer Queenstown 1880 Application 18277

FREWIN, Wiliam Henry of Exeter Manager Harris Scarfe ironmongers Pt Adelaide 1887 Application 21247

FREWIN, William Henry gentleman formerly of Queenstown but now of Exeter 1897 Application 23310

FREWIN, William Henry gentleman formerly of Queenstown but now of Dandenong near Melbourne Vic. Eleanor Kate Frewin no occupation Dandenong Vic mentioned 1909 Memorial 154/460

FREYTAG, Bernhard Franz Joseph carpenter Tanunda, aged 89 in 1953, declared that he had lived in Tanunda for 70 years Application 28943

FRIAR, Josiah shepherd Black Point 1869[-1876] Memorial 235/242

No 1

FRIBERG, James labourer Le Fevre Peninsula 1868[-1873] Memorial 13/235

FRIBERG, James labourer Pt Adelaide 1870 Application 10943

No 1 - perhaps the same person

FRICK, AC of Maitland 1888 Memorial 74/393

FRICK, AC chemist Kadina 1897 Memorial 167/434

FRICK, AW dentist Moonta 1924 Memorial 26/491

FRICK, August of Hahndorf 1913 Application 26232

FRICK, Henry Arnold Manager of Moore & Co Kadina 1911 Memorial 139/464

FRICK, John farmer Mannum 1891 Memorial 138/407

FRICK, Otto farmer Mannum 1887 Memorial 154/383

No 1

FRICKER, Arthur William saddler Yarcowie Willowie township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 24 Page 576 County Frome

FRICKER, Arthur William of near Morchard Hundred of Willowie land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 742 County Frome

FRICKER, Edward Officer in HM Customs Pt Adelaide 1855 Memorial 36/89

No 1

FRICKER, Frederick builder Queenstown 1907 Application 25271

FRICKER, Frederick contractor Queenstown 1914 Application 26378

FRICKER, Frederick builder Queenstown linked with Richard Fricker shipping agent Largs Bay 1924 Memorial 25/490

No 1

FRICKER, Jonathan mason Queenstown 1872[-1873] Memorial 3/262

No 2 - likely to be a continuation of No 1

FRICKER, Jonathan licensed victualler North Adelaide 1873 Memorial 29/271

FRICKER, Jonathan licensed victualler North Adelaide, died c1882. He left his entire estate in trust to his wife, Ann Fricker, during her widowhood, and then to his living children in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant Memorial 185/345

FRICKER, Norman Thomas, Sidney Fricker and Thomas James Fricker all plumbers Pt Adelaide 1926 Memorial 113/495

FRICKER, Percy Richard company director Largs 1935 Memorial 127/509

No 1

FRICKER, Richard labourer Pt Adelaide 1850 Memorial 447/22

FRICKER, Richard plasterer Pt Adelaide 1854 Memorial 90/70

FRICKER, Richard plasterer Queenstown 1857 Memorial 35/120

FRICKER, Richard plasterer Pt Adelaide 1860 Application 1648

FRICKER, Richard builder Queenstown and Eliza Ann Fricker his wife 1866 Memorial 141/236

No 2

FRICKER, Richard shipping agent Pt Adelaide 1892[-1913] Memorial 9/415

FRICKER, Richard agent Pt Adelaide 1893 Application 22549

FRICKER, Richard shipping agent Pt Adelaide 1897 Application 23355

FRICKER, Richard shipping agent Payneham and Clara Emma Fricker his wife 1919[-1923] Memorial 55/478

FRICKER, Richard shipping agent Payneham and Clara Emma Fricker his wife 1921 Application 26977

FRICKER, R & Co Ltd, with head office at Pt Adelaide 1936 Application 28008

No 1

FRICKER, Thomas James plumber Pt Adelaide 1909 Memorial 10/462

FRICKER, Thomas James plumber Pt Adelaide 1927, linked with Sidney Fricker and Norman Thomas Fricker plumbers Pt Adelaide Application 27522

FRIDAY, Thomas dairyman The Grange 1885 Application 20752

No 1

FRIDY, Charles John butcher Queenstown 1879 Memorial 228/319

FRIDY, CJ butcher Queenstown 1880 Application 18201

FRIDY, Charles John butcher Queenstown 1883 Application 19600

FRIDY, Michael butcher North Adelaide (Ward St) 1912 Memorial 73/466

No 1

FRIDY, Thomas labourer Little Queenstown 1861 Memorial 217/173

FRIDY, Thomas labourer Queenstown 1861 Application 2132

FRIDY, Thomas farmer Queenstown 1865 Application 6305

FRIDY, Thomas farmer Reedbeds, died 26/4/1911 Memorial 76/466

FRIDY family as of 1941- Fanny Margaret Fridy, Florence Mary Fridy and Rose Hannah SWANTON married woman all of Ward St, North Adelaide Memorial 35/516

No 1

FRIEBE, Carl shoemaker Nuriootpa 1857[-1860] Memorial 88/122

FRIEBE, Carl bootmaker Yorketown 1880 Memorial 7/327

No 1

FRIEBE, Carl baker Saddleworth 1881 Application 18565

No 1

FRIEBE, Friedrich Wilhelm farmer Yorketown Hundred of Melville land grant 1884 Grant Book 19 Page 85 County Fergusson

FRIEBE, Friedrich Wilhelm farmer Hundred of Dalrymple 1888 Memorial 56/395

FRIEBE, George baker Saddleworth 1918, linked with the late Carl Friebe of Saddleworth, and his widow Anna Friebe Application 26727

FRIEBE, JE clerk to Messrs MOULDEN & Sons solicitors Adelaide 1926 Memorial 90/503

FRIEBEL, Ernst Hermann farmer Robertstown linked with Heinrich August Friebel farmer Point Pass 1890 Memorial 18/404

FRIEBEL, Heinrich August farmer Point Pass 1883 Grant Book 17 Page 170 County Eyre

FRIEDRICH, August farmer Lyndoch Valley 1853[-1862] Memorial 171/64, Application 2929

No 1

FRIEDRICH, Gottlieb farmer Section 973 Hundred of Moorooroo 1865 Memorial 227/200

FRIEDRICH, Gottlieb farmer Flaxman Valley 1866 Application 7226

FRIEDRICHS, Heinrich farmer Woodside 1920 Application 26908

FRIEDRICHS, Reginald Claude shop assistant Kingston S-E 1942 Memorial 107/516

FRIEND, Alfred orchardist Angaston 1911 Application 26005

No 1

FRIEND, Jesse labourer North Adelaide 1854 Memorial 53/72

FRIEND, Jesse labourer Walkerville 1856 Memorial 95/106

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

FRIEND, Jesse formerly of Truro but now of Clayton 1864 Application 5807

FRIEND, Jesse stonemason Clayton Clayton (Hundred of Alexandrina) township allotment land grant 1865 Grant Book 36 Page 459 County Hindmarsh

No 1

FRIEND, John Elford of SA 1855 Memorial 167/83

FRIEND, John Elford tinsmith Bowden 1857 Memorial 140/126

No 1

FRIEND, William storekeeper Kent Town 1874 Memorial 88/273

No 2

FRIEND, William labourer Norwood and Caroline Friend his wife 1907 Application 25382

FRIETH, George painter Pt Adelaide 1848 Memorial 188/19

No 1

FRINSDORF, Edward farmer Enfield Hundred of Ramsay land grant 1882 Grant Book 19 Page 339 County Fergusson

FRINSDORF, Edward agent Adelaide 1892 Memorial 137/453

No 1

FRINSDORF, Friedrich labourer Freeman St Adelaide 1849 Memorial 10/19 Farmer North Road near Adelaide 1854 Memorial 455/63

FRINSDORF, Friedrich farmer formerly of North Road near Adelaide 1854 now of near Adelaide 1864 Application 4907

No 1

FRISBY, Horace Leslie butcher Clarendon 1926 Memorial 45/495

FRISBY, Horace Leslie butcher Clarendon 1927 Application 27567

No 1

FRISBY, John wheelwright Adelaide 1849 Memorial 357/16

FRISBY, John wheelwright Adelaide, a bachelor, went to the Victorian goldfields in 1852 and disappeared without trace Application 27441

No 2

FRISBY, John contractor Pt Willunga 1858 Memorial 260/146

No 3

FRISBY, John agent Adelaide and Catherine Wright Frisby his wife 1880 Memorial 19/327

FRISBY, Catherine Wright widow Adelaide 1897 Memorial 136/430

FRISBY, Vincent chargeman Petersburg. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1901 Grant Book 13 Page 206 County Dalhousie

FRITCHER, Thomas china and glass merchant Adelaide 1853 Memorial 298/54

FRITH, Benjamin farmer Adelaide 1851 Memorial 461/29

No 1

FRITH, Edmund farmer Lower Finniss 1867 Memorial 1/227

FRITH, Edmund farmer Currency Creek 1876 Memorial 70/420

FRITH, E & Co butcher Goolwa 1884 Application 20078

FRITH, John managing director 49 Seventh Ave, St Morris linked with Kathleen Hazel Jean Frith secretary 36 Harrow Road, St Peters 1948 Memorial 70/523

FRITH, Lawrence Ralph foreman main road Highbury East 1948 Memorial 70/523

No 1

FRITH, Moses stockholder Adelaide 1859 Memorial 259/160

FRITH, Eliza wife of Moses Frith of North Adelaide 1852, formerly Eliza JACKSON widow of Thomas Jackson, who died c1850 Memorial 464/41.

FRITH, Thomas labourer Goolwa 1857[-1858] Memorial 31/125

No 1

FRITH, William farmer Clarendon 1854 Memorial 332/64

FRITH, William yeoman Currency Creek 1854 Memorial 92/63

FRITH, William farmer Currency Creek 1856 Memorial 54/108

FRITSCH, Franz Emil railway porter Salisbury 1890[-1913] Memorial 84/404

FRITSCH, Joseph brickmaker Wentworth NSW 1886 Application 20914

No 1

FRITSCHE, Gottfried August tailor and vinegrower Greenock 1857 Memorial 318/118

FRITSCHE, Gottfried August farmer Seppeltsfield 1859 Memorial 239/152

FRITSCHE, Gottfried August tailor and vigneron Greenock 1861 Application 2218

FROECHTENIGT/FRÖCHTENIGT, Wilhelm Otto Hermann of Pt Pirie 1880 Memorial 51/322

FROEHLICH/FROHLICH/FRÖHLICH, Charles William railway employee Bordertown Hundred of Joanna land grant 1911 Grant Book 50 Page 231 County Robe

FROEHLICH/FROHLICH/FRÖHLICH, Detter farmer Hundred of Joanna Co Robe 1888 Memorial 195/389

No 1

FROGGATT, William engineer Fullarton 1868 Memorial 165/232

FROGGATT, William gardener Wattle St, Fullarton 1895. By 1896, he was a gardener at Unley Application 22944

FROGLEY, George A of Bowden 1888 Memorial 201/389

FROMEN, Carl Axel Elmes dairy farmer Jervois linked with Valdemar Ernst Fabian Fromen business manager North-East Road, Roseberry 1933 Memorial 32/507

No 1 - perhaps the same person

FROMM, August Johannes farmer Neu Mecklenburg 1886 Memorial 112/376, Application 20974

FROMM, August Johannes labourer Williamstown 1915 Application 26463

No 1

FROMM, Gottlob farmer Hoffnungsthal 1854 Memorial 234/63

FROMM, Gottlob farmer Nuriootpa 1866 Memorial 115/211

FROMM, Gottlob farmer near Tanunda 1879 Memorial 180/315

FROMM, Gottlob farmer formerly of Hoffnungsthal but now of Schönborn 1884 Application 20100

FROMM, Gottlob farmer Neu Mecklenburg 1891 Application 22171

No 1

FROMM, Johannes Gotthold farmer Finniss Vale trustee unnamed School Hundred of Finniss Hundred of Finniss land grant 1891 Grant Book 58 Page 44 County Sturt

FROMM, Johannes Gotthold farmer Williamstown 1914[-1915] Memorial 140/470, Application 26463

No 1

FROST, Adolph saddler Clare 1865 Application 6798

FROST, Adolph saddler Rhynie 1866 Memorial 127/219

FROST, Adolph saddler Pt Wakefield 1869 Application 9652

No 1

FROST, Alfred mail contractor Stirling 1860 Memorial 236/182

FROST, Alfred carrier Pt Augusta 1870 Memorial 210/262

FROST, Alfred farmer Farina early 1884 Memorial 44/361

FROST, Alfred of Farina linked with Frederick Robert Charles Frost of Adelaide 1887 Memorial 41/388

FROST, Alfred now gentleman Pt Augusta mid 1884 Memorial 45/361

No 2

FROST, Alfred of Adelaide 1888 Memorial 128/394

No 1

FROST, Ambrose Hyne Shillabeer tailor Adelaide 1855 Memorial 327/85

FROST, Ambrose Hyne Shillabeer tailor Goodwood Rd 1861 Application 10245

FROST, Ambrose Hyne Shillabeer tailor Goodwood 1865[-1866] Memorial 215/201

FROST, Arthur linked with Section 58 Hundred of Menzies Co Carnaervon 1887 Memorial 35/389

FROST, Benjamin gentleman Adelaide 1860 Memorial 219/162

FROST, Carl August farmer Yatta Creek near Williamstown 1871 Memorial 233/254

No 1

FROST, Carl Benjamin and Gottlieb Dienegott Frost farmers Sandy Creek 1854 Memorial 470/81

FROST, Carl Benjamin Frost farmer Sandy Creek linked with Eleanore Frost widow Sandy Creek relict of the late Gottlieb Dienegott Frost formerly farmer Sandy Creek but now deceased 1876 Memorial 205/295

FROST, Carl Benjamin farmer Sandy Creek; Heinrich Benjamin Frost farmer Allendale 1881 Application 18631

FROST, CH secretary to UNBEHAUN & JOHNSTONE Ltd of 100 Currie St, Adelaide 1914 Memorial 169/471

No 1

FROST, Charles farmer Little Para 1855 Memorial 491/80

FROST, Charles farmer Salisbury 1855[-1875] Memorial 113/90

FROST, Charles farmer Little Para 1861 Application 2563

FROST, Charles farmer Salisbury 1898 Application 23659

FROST, Edward of Mt Gambier, Manager of the Yahl Cooperative Cheese and Butter Company Ltd 1903 Application 24650

No 1

FROST, Elias labourer Salisbury and Sarah Frost his wife 1875 Memorial 99/280

FROST, Elias labourer formerly of Salisbury 1875 now of near the Grand Junction and Sarah Frost his wife 1875 Application 14091

FROST, Francis Harris farmer Lewiston, aged 49 in 1947, declared that he was Chairman of the Lewiston School Committee when the school closed in March 1944. The school had opened on pt Section 130 Hundred of Pt Gawler in 1856 on land which Henry HORNHARDT conveyed to the appointed trustees for school purposes Application 28533

FROST, Frank Melville farmer Yongala. Yongala Institute trustee 1936 Memorial 114/510

No 1

FROST, Frederick and Walter Theodore farmers Salisbury 1887[-1894] Memorial 243/381

FROST, Frederick farmer Salisbury 1900 Memorial 171/439

FROST, Frederick and Walter Theodore farmers Salisbury 1902[-1918] Application 24514, Memorial 97/462

No 1

FROST, Frederick John yeoman Melrose Mt Remarkable 1855[-1861] Memorial 176/89

FROST, Frederick John gentleman Mt Remarkable 1855 Hundred of Wongyarra land grant Memorial 202/106

FROST, Frederick John stockholder Mt Remarkable 1855[-1857] Memorial 296/95

FROST, Frederick John stockholder Mt Remarkable Hundred of Wongyarra land grant 1858 Grant Book 23 Page 84 County Frome

FROST, Frederick John stockholder Haverhill near Mt Remarkable 1859[-1861] Memorials 232/157 & 156/172

FROST, Frederick John Esquire Pekina 1864 Memorial 306/192

FROST, Frederick John stockholder Pekina 1865 Memorial 149/205

FROST, Frederick J overseer Oladdie 1868 Memorial 51/236

FROST, Frederick John stockholder Erudina North-East Plains 1880 Memorial 39/326

FROST, Frederick John of Erudina North 1883 Memorial 86/347

FROST, Frederick John sheep farmer Cradock 1883 Memorial 193/347

FROST, Frederick John farmer Erudina North Hundred of Wirreanda land grant 1883 Grant Book 28 Page 3 County Granville

FROST, Frederick John farmer Hundred of Wirreanda Co Granville 1884 Memorial 112/361

No 1

FROST, Frederick Robert customs officer Semaphore 1896 Memorial 215/429

FROST, Frederick Robert HM Customs Officer Semaphore 1897 Application 23443

FROST, Frederick Robert formerly HM Customs Officer but now check clerk Semaphore 1913 Application 26180

FROST, Frederick Robert Charles clerk Adelaide Cowell (Hundred of Playford) township allotment land grant 1882 Grant Book 39 Page 82 County Jervois

FROST, Gottlieb Albert farmer Allendale North 1904 Application 24855

No 1

FROST, Gottlieb Dienegott farmer Bethany 1849 Memorial 38/19

FROST, Gottlieb Dienegott farmer Sandy Creek 1855 Memorial 463/79

FROST, Gottlieb Dienegott farmer Sandy Creek. Husband of Eleonore Frost. Father of adopted daughter Luise WANDEL wife of August Wandel farmer Sandy Creek 1857 Memorial 142/295

FROST, Gottlieb Dienegott farmer Sandy Creek died c1857? His widow, Eleonore Frost, died 11/2/1881 Rosenthal, of natural senile decay, aged 75. Their daughter, Louise WANDEL nee Frost, wife of Johann August Wandel farmer Balaklava, died 2/7/1882 intestate, of metrorhagia, aged 45. The following people benefited from his will as beneficiaries in remainder expectant for Section 1728 Hundred of Barossa - August Benjamin Wandel farmer Dalkey, Carl Gottlieb Wndel and Friedrich Johann Wandel farmers Woorak Vic, Julius Heinrich Wandel labourer Sale Vic, Susanne Maria LIERSCH wife of Friedrich Wilhelm Liersch farmer Nantawarra Vic, and Maria Johanne Wandel spinster Dalkey 1889 Application 21616

No 2

FROST, GD farmer Hundred of Baldina 1887 Memorial 68/388

No 1

FROST, Heinrich Benjamin farmer near Tanunda 1867 Memorial 73/221

FROST, Heinrich Benjamin farmer formerly of near Tanunda 1867 now of Allendale near Kapunda 1871 Application 11547

FROST, Heinrich Benjamin farmer Allen Creek near Kapunda 1872 Memorial 195/258

FROST, Henry the Elder gentleman 30 Drayton Grove, Brompton, Middlesex, England, died 23/12/1854 disease of the bladder, aged 80. He was formerly of Beaufort St, Chelsea, Middlesex, when he bought the SA land in the early 1840s. His adopted son, Henry Frost, of the same address, was at his deathbed, and registered the death. Henry Frost the Younger worked for Hatchards’s of Piccadilly, in London, and inherited his adopted father’s SA real estate. Henry Frost the Elder’s friends and executors, William Webster WATSON of 1 Pump Court Temple, and William Duncan WATSON gentleman 43 Lincoln’s Inn Fields, to sell the rest of the estate and divided the proceeds equally amongst Henry Frost the Younger and the Frost housekeeper, Henry Frost the Elder’s sister-in-law, Elizabeth Jane LINEKER, living with the Frosts, and her two daughters, Elizabeth Jane Lineker and Anne Lineker, in equal shares. By 1862, when Henry Frost the Younger sold the land near Hamilton on the Light to Johann STIEF and August Ferdinand Stief farmers of near Hamilton, he was living at 65 Cornhill, London, Middlesex, England. Application 3086

No 1

FROST, Jabez farmer Islington 1855 Memorial 329/84

FROST, Jabez farmer Saddleworth Hundred of Saddleworth land grant 1859 Grant Book 44 Page 341 County Light

FROST, Jabez farmer Saddleworth Co Light Hundred of Goyder land grant 1869 Grant Book 56 Page 405 County Stanley

FROST, Jabez farmer Park Hill near Manoora Co Light 1876 Application 15139

FROST, James G clerk Norwood 1887[-1888] Memorial 4/384

FROST, John King famer Hawker 1886[-1891] Memorial 149/378

FROST, Joseph farmer Terowie Lancelot (Hundred of Gumbowie) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 40 Page 64 County Kimberley

FROST, Joseph Henry of Manoora Co Light. Hundred of Morgan land grant 1882 Grant Book 13 Page 416 County Dalhousie

No 1

FROST, Samuel farmer Hundred of Pt Gawler 1855 Memorial 431/83

FROST, Samuel farmer Pt Gawler 1855[-1858] Memorial 341/93

FROST, Samuel farmer Two Wells Hundred of Dublin land grant 1884 Grant Book 26 Page 351 County Gawler

No 1

FROST, Thomas mason North Adelaide 1855 Memorial 203/89

FROST, Thomas contractor North Adelaide 1864 Memorial 249/198

No 2

FROST, Thomas clerk to the Hindmarsh District Council 1863 Application 23831

FROST, Thomas formerly of Brompton clerk to the District Council of Hindmarsh, but now architect North Adelaide 1879[-1881] Memorial 18/317

FROST, Thomas architect Adelaide 1885 Application 20402

No 1

FROST, Walter Theodore farmer Salisbury Plains. Salisbury Methodist Church trustee 1912 Memorial 245/465

FROST, Walter Theodore farmer Salisbury Plains 1913 Memorial 164/468

No 1

FROST, William farmer Lower North Road 1854 Memorial 118/62

FROST, William farmer Pt Gawler 1855 Memorial 341/93

FROST, William farmer Pt Gawler 1864 Application 5319

FROST, William farmer Pt Gawler Hundred of Pt Gawler land grant 1864 Grant Book 27 Page 394 County Gawler

FROST, William farmer formerly of the Lower North Road 1854 but now of near Pt Gawler 1867 Application 8792

No 2

FROST, William gardener Forest Range 1903 Memorial 104/448

FRUCH, WW Bible Christian minister Wilmington 1882 Memorial 164/339

FRUIN, James labourer Virginia Co Adelaide. Hundred of Baroota land grant 1888 Grant Book 24 Page 697 County Frome

FRY, Alfred Bertram bootmaker Mt Barker 1939 declared; He was born on 25/12/1875. He had been a Mt Barker Councillor for 15 years. He had lived in Mt Barker for 49 years. AB Fry gave much valuable information about the Mt Barker Police Station land Application 28267

FRY, Alfred George Congregational minister Kapunda. David L Fry mentioned but not described 1912 Memorial 56/467

No 1

FRY, Anson farmer Kooringa 1853[-1859] Memorial 290/56

FRY, Anson of the Dry Hills near Kooringa 1860 Memorial 61/167

FRY, AE clerk to Messrs MOORE & TOMKINSON solicitors Adelaide 1901 Memorial 51/442

No 1

FRY, Archibald Lacy chemist Bordertown 1891 Application 22190

FRY, Emma Elizabeth widow of Archibald Lacy Fry chemist Bordertown died c1940. Her children included Archibald Lacy Taunton Fry and Reginald Ray Taunton Fry graziers Taunton Wirrega and Marjorie Ditta Taunton Fry spinster Taunton Wirrega Application 28277

FRY, Arthur Henry labourer of near Perth WA, power of attorney to Charles John McDONALD civil servant Adelaide, to collect his inheritance under the will of Joseph GREENOUGH storekeeper Kapunda 5/9/1896 Deposit 59/1896

No 1

FRY, Charles farmer Greeen Hills near Macclesfield 1853[-1867] Memorial 43/52

FRY, Charles farmer Macclesfield Hundred of Macclesfield land grant 1858[-1878] Grant Book 36 Page 357 County Hindmarsh

FRY, Charles farmer near Macclesfield 1860 Application 1277

FRY, Harriet widow near Macclesfield 1878, relict of the late Charles Fry formerly farmer near Macclesfield. Joel Fry miner Kanmantoo likely to be a son Application 16962

No 2

FRY, Charles clerk Kent Town 1864 Memorial 73/200

FRY, Charles clerk Adelaide 1867 Application 8570.

No 1

FRY, Charles Henry labourer Tam O'Shanter Belt 1874 Memorial 214/277

FRY, Charles Henry labourer Tam O'Shanter Belt, died c1875 intestate. Letters of administration to his wife, Elizabeth Fry, to settle his estate Memorial 122/284

FRY, Charles Henry labourer Tam O’Shanter Belt, died intestate 26/2/1875 at sea, on his way back from the Northern Territory to Melbourne Vic. Letters of administration to his widow, Elizabeth Fry. Estate worth £650 Enrolment 27/52

FRY, Elizabeth widow formerly of Tam O’Shanter Belt but now of Rosewater 1882 Application 19205

No 1

FRY, Edward labourer Gawler 1869 Application 10124

No 2

FRY, Edward and Ephraim farmers Macclesfield 1890 Memorial 194/401

FRY, Elizabeth and Dorothea spinster Yankalilla 1853 Memorial 160/61

No 1

FRY, Ellen widow Kapunda formerly Ellen SUPPLE widow of the late William Supple formerly of Kapunda now deceased 1866 Memorial 59/217

FRY, Ellen widow Kapunda 1876 Memorial 247/292

FRY, Ellen widow Kapunda formerly Ellen SUPPLE relict of the late William Supple formerly licensed victualler Kapunda but now deceased 1884 Memorial 170/360

FRY, Elver Greenough of Adelaide 1886 Memorial 167/377

No 1

FRY, Enoch farmer Nailsworth 1845[-1854] Memorial 315/4 FRY, Enoch stockholder Prospect 1848 Memorial 326/10

FRY, Enoch cowkeeper Prospect 1853 Memorial 174/51

FRY, Enoch farmer Prospect 1853 Memorial 175/48

FRY, Enoch farmer Little Adelaide, owned land in the village between 1858-1873 Application 24117

FRY, Enoch and John farmers North Road 1855 Memorial 428/79

FRY, Enoch farmer North Road 1855 Memorial 147/91

FRY, Enoch farmer Nailsworth 1859 Memorial 165/157

FRY, Enoch farmer formerly of Little Adelaide 1866 now of Nailsworth 1867 [likely same address??] Application 8797

FRY, Enoch farmer Nailsworth, died 13/11/1873. Husband of Hannah Fry. Their eldest daughter called Martha HART wife of Richard James Hart farmer Prospect Memorial 183/315

No 1

FRY, Ernest Liddon store assistant Melrose 1920 Memorial 190/479

FRY, EL livestock agent Melrose 1934[-1941] Memorial 54/508

No 1 - of Hindmarsh and Scott Creek near Nairne

FRY, Francis farmer Hindmarsh 1854[-1857] Memorial 221/71

FRY, Grace married woman Adam St, Hindmarsh, wife of Francis Fry farmer Adelaide 1894 Application 22681

No 1

FRY, Frank of Mt Barker 1898 Application 23634

FRY, Frank labourer Mt Barker. Trustee Dunn Memorial Methodist Church Mt Barker 1922 Application 27087

No 1 - likely to be the same person

FRY, George bricklayer Adelaide (Gouger St) 1851[-1857] Memorial 496/35

FRY, George builder Eyre Flat 1859 Memorial 4/159

FRY, George contractor Kangarilla 1869 Memorial 64/242

No 1

FRY, George Charles carpenter Kapunda 1859[-1864] Memorial 137/164

FRY, George Charles and FRY, Richard Elver builders Kapunda 1864 Application 5861

FRY, George Charles contractor Kapunda Co Light. Hundred of Caltowie land grant 1873 Grant Book 60 Page 180 County Victoria

FRY, George Charles contractor Adelaide and Ann Fry his wife, daughter of the late Joseph GREENOUGH storekeeper Kapunda. Ann Fry died 6/6/1875, of fever and bronchitis, aged 29, in her father's lifetime. She had three childen - Herbert Charles Greenough Fry, Elizabeth Mary Fry, and Arthur Henry Fry. Ann Fry's mother, Mary Greenough, widow of Joseph Greenough draper Kapunda, died 22/10/1891, of influenza and broncho-pneumonia, aged 77 Application 24657

FRY, George Charles contractor Norwood 1877. He was probably related to the Fry family of Kapunda Application 16485

FRY, George Charles contractor Norwood 1879 Memorial 143/315

FRY, George Charles contractor Adelaide 1879 Book 13 Page 295 County Dalhousie

No 1

FRY, Henry of Highlands, Yankalilla 1856 Memorial 306/96

FRY, Henry farmer Yankalilla linked with Dorothea Fry spinster Yankalilla and Elizabeth O'HARA nee Fry wife of George O'Hara gentleman Kapunda 1856 Memorial 135/109

No 2 - probably a continuation of No 1

FRY, Henry farmer Kapunda 1862 Memorial 314/184

No 1

FRY, Henry Thomas with James Waddell MARSHALL, William TAYLOR and James Windmill PORTER of Adelaide trading under the style or firm of James Marshall & Co 1880 Memorial 161/331

FRY, Henry Thomas draper North Adelaide 1888 Memorial 94/390

No 1

FRY, Isaac blacksmith Terowie 1907 Memorial 55/458

FRY, Isaac blacksmith Norwood 1916 Memorial 192/474

No 1

FRY, James stone mason Sandergrove 1858[-1861] Memorial 322/135

No 2

FRY, James schoolmaster Riverton 1869 Memorial 199/237

FRY, James licensed teacher Mintaro 1876 Application 15377

FRY, James teacher Mintaro 1880 Memorial 118/327 

FRY, James schoolmaster Mintaro 1883 Did he succeed Thomas Gibson? Application 19823

FRY, James retired teacher Mintaro 1906 Memorial 37/455 

FRY, James retired schoolteacher Mintaro, died c1909. Husband of Lucy Stewart Fry. Albert J Fry mentioned as an executor but not described Memorial 18/462

FRY, James retired teacher Mintaro, died 9/8/1909. His widow, Lucy Stewart Fry, died 13/2/1929. Parents of Albert J Fry no description. Parents-in-law of Albert Lionel CLAYER telegraphist formerly of Unley but now of Tusmore Memorial 35/502

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

FRY, James Henry clerk Norwood 1866 Application 7546

FRY, James Henry clerk to Arthur CHAPMAN land agent Adelaide 1879[-1880] Memorials 239/323 & 176/324

FRY, James Henry clerk Norwood Dawson (Hundred of Coglin) township allotment land grant 1881 Grant Book 34 Page 4 County Herbert

FRY, James Henry agent Norwood 1882 Memorial 19/430

FRY, James Henry agent Norwood. Norwood Wesleyan Methodist Church Trustee 1882 Application 19463

FRY, James H agent Adelaide (Grenfell St) 1886 Memorial 228/379

FRY, James Henry accountant Adelaide 1887[-1888] Memorial 141/384

FRY, James Henry agent Adelaide Waukaringa township allotment land grant 1889 Grant Book 45 Page 2 County Lytton

FRY, James Henry agent Adelaide 1891 Memorial 135/409

FRY, James Henry storekeeper Norwood Norwood Wesleyan Chapel trustee 1877 Application 16053

FRY, James Henry agent Norwood 1896 Application 23253

FRY, JH accountant Adelaide 1895 Application 23017

FRY, James H accountant Norwood and Helen C Fry his wife 1916 Memorial 106/482

FRY, Jane widow Parkside 1918, had lived in Pt Lincoln c1877 Application 26672

FRY, Joel contractor Kanmantoo. Trustee Primitive Methodist Chapel Mt Barker 1885 Application 20405

No 1

FRY, John farmer Little Adelaide 1849[-1853] Memorial 103/19 Linked with Enoch Fry farmer Nailsworth 1853 Memorial 398/48

FRY, John farmer Great North Road 1854 St John Wood allotment 60 purchase 'on a private road leading from Alpha Road to St John Wood' Memorial 65/69

No 2

FRY, John labourer Stirling 1869 Memorial 185/236

FRY, John gardener Stirling East 1875 Memorial 111/284

FRY, John of Bridgewater mid 1875 Memorial 112/284

FRY, John splitter Stirling East 1880 Application 18231

FRY, John gardener Stirling 1881 Application 18147

No 1

FRY, J Ashton clerk Adelaide 1872[-1873] Memorial 248/262

FRY, John A clerk Kooringa 1883 Memorial 93/354

FRY, John A clerk Adelaide 1905 Memorial 174/467

FRY, John Brock teacher Forest Range 1893 Application 22547

FRY, John Charles carrier Woodville 1926 Application 27469

No 1 - probably the same person

FRY, John Edward farmer Adelaide 1862 Memorial 149/186

FRY, John Edward licensed victualler Adelaide 1872[-1874] Memorial 184/259

No 1

FRY, Jonas farmer Aldinga Plains 1851 Memorial 167/36.

FRY, Jonas farmer Aldinga 1852 Memorial 178/42.

FRY, Jonas farmer Inman Valley 1869 Application 10400

FRY, Joseph Henry commercial traveller Woodville 1901 Memorial 211/443

FRY, Joshua James of Strathalbyn 1854 Memorial 265/80

FRY, Mary Ann widow Norwood 1883 Memorial 186/348

No 1

FRY, Philip saddler Norwood 1853[-1854] Memorial 268/59

FRY, Philip saddler The Parade, Norwood 1854 Memorial 56/76 Norwood Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee 1854 Memorial 93/99

FRY, Philip postmaster Norwood 1857 Memorial 271/146

FRY, Philip saddler Norwood Norwood Wesleyan Chapel trustee 1877 Application 16053

FRY, Philip postmaster Norwood and Mary Ann Fry his wife 1880 Memorial 59/321

FRY, Philip formerly saddler The Parade Norwood 1854 late postmaster Norwood, died 12/1/1880. He left his estate in trust for his wife, Mary Ann Fry, for life, then to his children in equal shares as tenants-in-common absolutely in remainder expectant. Mary Ann Fry died 2/6/1888. The Philip Frys had 7 children. Two died before both the parents - Alfred Fry and William Hutton Fry died single. 5 surviving children after their parents died - Charles Fry HM Civil Service formerly Kent Town now Maylands. James Henry Fry accountant Norwood, Frances Amelia GASQUOINE nee Fry wife of James McDonald Gasquoine formerly wine and spirit merchant Norwood now retired merchant Middle Brighton Vic, Thomas Fry postmaster Norwood, and John Ashton Fry formerly bank accountant Brisbane Qld, now accountant Adelaide Application 22424

FRY, Philip postmaster Norwood, died 12/1/1880. His family included his wife, Mary Ann Fry, and his children; Charles Fry HM Civil Service Kent Town, Frances Amelia GASQUOINE wife of James McDonald Gasquoine wine and spirit merchant Norwood, James Fry accountant Norwood, Thomas Fry postmaster Norwood and John Ashton Fry bank accountant Brisbane Qld Memorial 180/328

No 1

FRY, Richard carpenter Kooringa 1851[-1852] Memorial 26/37.

FRY, Richard carpenter Kapunda 1857[-1859] Memorial 312/129

FRY, Richard the Elder contractor Kapunda 1876 Application 15574

No 1

FRY, Richard Elver of North Adelaide 1858 Memorial 80/142

FRY, Richard Elver of North Kapunda 1864 Memorial 338/194

FRY, Robert dairyman Adelaide 1841 Application 15101

No 1

FRY, Robert Roe and PLEASS, George agents Adelaide 1888 Application 21357

FRY, Robert Roe sharebroker Adelaide 1889 Memorial 49/400

FRY, Sarah Elizabeth widow North Adelaide, died 25/11/1891. Executor: Francis James LEWIS contractor North Adelaide Memorial 15/429

No 1

FRY, William of Adelaide 1855[-1859] Memorial 90/91

No 2

FRY, William stone mason Glen Grove near Clarendon 1862 Application 3415

No 3

FRY, William labourer Athelstone 1902 Memorial 98/445

FRY, William market gardener Athelstone 1893 Application 22459

FRY, William labourer Athelstone 1916 Application 26511

FRY, WE law clerk Adelaide 1910[-1911] Memorial 28/463

No 1

FRYAR, Albert E clerk Clare clerk to Magnus BADGER solicitor Clare 1889[-1913] Memorial 11/399

FRYAR, Albert E law clerk Clare, clerk to Magnus BADGER solicitor Clare 1899 Application 28210

FRYAR, Albert E law clerk Clare 1901 Memorial 125/442

FRYAR, A Edmund law clerk Adelaide 1906 Memorial 22/456

FRYAR, Albert Edmund c/- Elder, Smith & Co Ltd Currie St, Adelaide 1909 Application 25667

FRYAR, A Edmund licensed land broker Adelaide 1911[-1925] Memorial 222/464

FRYAR, Albert Edmund licensed land broker Adelaide (Currie St) 1917 Application 26590

FRYAR, Albert Edmund licensed land broker Adelaide 1922, declared that he used to be Manager of Elder, Smith & Co's Land Department between 1915-1918 Application 27126

FRYAR, Albert Edmund licensed land broker and Manager of the Land Department of Elder, Smith & Co Ltd Adelaide 1952 Application 28893

No 1

FRYAR, Joseph farmer Stanley Flat 1882 Application 19523.

FRYAR, Josiah farmer Stanley Flat, died 13/10/1872 intestate. Letters of administration to his wife, Isabella Fryar. Estate worth £130 Application 21211

FRYAR, Joshua shepherd Black Point near Clare 1868 Memorial 78/234

No 1

FRYAR, Josiah formerly of Black Point but then farmer Stanley Flat, died 13/10/1872 intestate. Letters of administration to his widow, Isabella Fryar of Stanley Flat near Clare, to settle his estate. Mrs Fryar was still there in 1882. Linked with Joseph Fryar farmer Stanley Flat Memorial 221/345

FRYAR, Josiah shepherd formerly of Black Point but then of Stanley Flat near Clare, died 13/10/1872. His widow, Isabella Fryar, and Joseph Fryar (probably his son) still lived at Stanley Flat in 1883 Memorial 184/352

FRYE, William blacksmith Glynde 1882 Application 19077

FUCHS, August Friedrich out of business Norwood, died 25/1/1913. Father-in-law of Albert Edwin SHIRLOCK bricklayer Wall St, Norwood Memorial 127/491

FUCHS, Friedrich Wilhelm farmer Cox Creek 1854[-1861] Memorial 107/64

No 1

FUCHS, Friedrich stockholder Pt Gawler 1856 Memorial 67/103

FUCHS, Friedrich storekeeper Pt Gawler 1857 Memorial 306/123

FUCHS, Friedrich formerly stockholder Pt Gawler 1856 but now storekeeper Adelaide 1868 Application 9496

No 1

FUCHS, Friedrich Wilhelm charcoal burner Crafers, died 26/5/1871, of liver disease, aged 59. Father of August Friedrich Fuchs out of business Norwood, whose estate was worth £30 Application 26917

FUCHS, Elisabeth widow Crafers 1877 Application 16264

No 1

FUDGE, Edward farmer The Light 1855 Memorial 414/81

FUDGE, Edward farmer Bagot Gap near Kapunda 1865[-1896] Application 5997

FUDGE, Edward farmer Bagot Gap near Kapunda 1896. He could not write Application 23179

FUDGE, William greengrocer Kapunda 1867 Application 8635

FUELLGRABE/FULLGRABE/FÜLLGRABE, Alfred Henry gardener Seaton Park 1924 Application 27306

No 1

FUELLGRABE/FULLGRABE/FÜLLGRABE, Heinrich farmer near the Government Farm 1857[-1869] Memorial 82/132

FUELLGRABE/FULLGRABE/FÜLLGRABE, Heinrich farmer Crafers 1880 Application 18299

FUELLGRABE/FULLGRABE/FÜLLGRABE, Louis carter Grünthal Co Adelaide. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1882 Grant Book 14 Page 241 County Daly

FUELLGRABE/FULLGRABE/FÜLLGRABE, Wilhelm farmer Crafers 1880 Application 18299

FUGE, Robert labourer Norwood 1856[-1875] Memorial 472/98

FUHRHOP, Wilhelm Emil Lorenz gentleman Adelaide, power of attorney to Hermann GAETJENS licensed land agent Adelaide, to attend to his interests in SA, whatever they may be 27/3/1906 Deposit 15/1906.

No 1

FULBROOK, Joseph labourer Mt Gambier 1871 Memorial 205/255

FULBROOK, Joseph labourer formerly of Mt Gambier but now of Horsham Vic 1878 Memorial 182/305

No 1

FULCHER, Robert of the Patent Copper Co Kooringa 1852 Memorial 17/160

FULCHER, Robert the Elder formerly miner Kooringa late storekeeper Pt 9898Wakefield, died 24/3/1854 intesate, of a liver complaint, aged 45 years 5 9898months. His eldest son, Robert William Fulcher the Younger born 9/4/1834, 9898storekeeper Pt Wakefield 1854, inherited his estate as heir at law. Martha 9898Elizabeth Fulcher widow (of Robert Fulcher the Elder) Adelaide, died 989828/12/1866 of liver disease, aged 63. Her son, RW Fulcher, was a miner at Wallaroo Mines 1876 when his mother died. Application 15200

FULFORD, Dorothea widow Adelaide 1851[-1852] Memorial 164/34.

No 1

FULFORD, EJ accountant Bank of Australasia perhaps Mt Barker Branch 1882 Memorial 13/338

FULFORD, EJ accountant Bank of Australasia Adelaide 1883[-1884] Memorial 227/349

FULFORD, Fras W of Battunga near Macclesfield [Probably a relative of Mrs Robert Davenport] 1875 Memorial 173/285

FULFORD, ? W overseer North-West Bend Station on the Murray River 1876 Memorial 112/287

No 1

FULFORD, John Clerk in Holy Orders Blakiston, about to leave the province, power of attorney to Thomas Shuldham O’Halloran Esquire of Lizard Lodge, O’Halloran Hill, to sell his real estate in SA 5/1/1858. 14/4/1863, back in SA as the Incumbent of Burra, but about to leave the province again, power of attorney to Robert DAVENPORT Esquire Battunga, Macclesfield, to manage his SA business affairs Deposits 144/1859 & 232/1864

FULFORD, John Anglican clergyman formerly of Blakiston but now of parts beyond the seas 1858 Memorial 81/133

FULFORD, John Clerk in Holy Orders formerly of Blakiston but now of Gleeville Glen Osmond 1861 Memorial 220/171

FULFORD, John clerk in holy orders Kooringa 1861 Memorial 11/175

FULFORD, John clerk in holy orders South Yarra Vic 1863 Memorial 321/190

FULFORD, John Clerk in Holy Orders formerly of Blakiston but now of South Yarra Vic 1864. He appointed Robert DAVENPORT as his SA attorney Application 5486

FULFORD, John clerk in holy orders formerly of Blakiston but now of Portland Vic 1885 Memorial 32/373

FULKES, Edward baker Glenelg 1856[-1858] Memorial 41/111

No 1

FULLARTON, Allan formerly banker of Woodside Crescent, Glasgow, but now Manager of the Greenock Union Bank Company Greenock, appointed Matthew 9999SMILLIE Esquire Adelaide, his local attorney to manage his real estate 99bought with Land Order 667 in 1838 Application 18314

FULLARTON, Allan sometime of Woodside Crescent, Glasgow, Co Lanark, Scotland, but now banker Greenock Union Bank Co, Greenock, Scotland, power of attorney to Matthew SMILLIE Esquire Adelaide, and his son, William SMILLIE Advocate-General of the province, to sell a section of land, Section 640 District B, which he had purchased with a Land Order 8/1/1842 Deposit 83/1854

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

FULLARTON, John labourer Pt Adelaide 1854 Memorial 352/74

FULLARTON, John storeman Portland Estate near Pt Adelaide 1858 Memorial 49/142

FULLARTON, John storeman Pt Adelaide 1866 Memorial 184/210

FULLARTON, John the Elder 24 warehouseman married Millicent REVEL full age 999920/1/1851 St Paul's Pt Adelaide. Witnesses Francis and Ann REYNOLDS. 9999Children - Janet Fullarton born 4/9/1851 Father storekeeper Pt Adelaide. 9999Hannah REVELL grandmother Pirie St Adelaide was the informant; John 9999Fullarton the Younger born 13/5/1853. Hannah Revell wife of John Revell 9999storekeeper Pt Adelaide was the informant; Ann Fullarton born 23/7/1855 9999Father John Fullarton a storeman; Archibald William Fullarton born 99991/9/1857 Pt Adelaide died 8/1/1861 Pt Adelaide, of diarrhoea, aged 3. John Fullarton the Elder labourer Portland Estate, died 10/3/1860 intestate of 9999rheumatic fever, aged 33. His widow, Millicent Fullarton died 10/12/1862 9999Queenstown, of phthisis, aged 31. William HEARRING Pt Adelaide 9999Corporation Inspector Pt Adelaide, claimed to have known the Fullarton 99family well. Application 13713

FULLARTON, John the Younger printer Rochester eldest son and heir at law of the late John Fullarton the Elder formerly storeman Portland Estate now deceased 1874 Memorial 57/276

FULLARTON, Thomas Taylor storekeeper Narracoorte 1882[-1883] Memorial 85/341

No 1

FULLARTON, William James gentleman Adelaide 1859 Memorial 245/153

FULLARTON, William James Esquire Adelaide 1861 Memorial 214/174

FULLARTON, William James merchant Adelaide 1864[-1869] Memorial 166/195, Application 9674

FULLARTON, WJ secretary to the Sliding Rock Mining and Smelting Co 1876 Memorial 16/292

FULLARTON, William James liquidator of the Sliding Rock Mining & Smelting Company 1881 Memorial 47/332

No 1

FULLER, Alfred farmer Marrabel on the Dirty Light Hundred of Booleroo land grant 1889 Grant Book 24 Page 630 County Frome

FULLER, Alfred farmer Booleroo Hundred of Willowie land grant 1897 Grant Book 24 Page 748 County Frome

FULLER, Alfred Richman and Percy LANGSFORD merchants Adelaide (Pirie St) trading under the style or firm of LORIMER, ROME & Co 1909 Memorial 4/461

FULLER, Alick Morris grazier Inman Valley 1927 Memorial 118/498

No 1

FULLER, Arthur Field farmer Coglin trustee unnamed Cemetery Hundred of Coglin land grant 1883 Grant Book 34 Page 85 County Herbert

FULLER, Arthur Field farmer Gumbowie linked with Thomas Wall Fuller no description 1886 Memorial 16/374

No 1

FULLER, Benjamin carpenter Adelaide 1839 Memorial 18/265

FULLER, Benjamin builder Adelaide 1840 Application 27209

FULLER, Benjamin builder Adelaide 1843 Memorial 138/7

FULLER, Benjamin formerly carpenter Adelaide 1839 but now farmer St Marys Sturt River 1845. Husband of Jane Fuller Application 16232

FULLER, Benjamin farmer St Marys on the Sturt 1845 Memorial 341/5

FULLER, Benjamin builder Adelaide (Leigh St) 1847 Memorial 139/8. Also had land in Fuller St, Walkerville. Formerly of Leigh St, now Currie St, Adelaide 1847 Memorial 136/8

FULLER, Benjamin carpenter Mt Barker. Trustee Wesleyan Methodist Chapel Mt Barker 1850 Memorial 349/27

FULLER, Benjamin carpenter Mt Barker 1853[-1857] Memorial 62/53

FULLER, Benjamin builder and architect Mt Barker 1862 Application 3367

FULLER, Benjamin Mark of Murray Bridge 1887[-1891] Memorial 162/384

No 1 – perhaps the same person

FULLER, Charles farmer Koolunga 1886[-1893] Memorial 30/376

FULLER, Charles farmer Koolunga. Hundred of Koolunga land grant 1893 Grant Book 55 Page 192 County Stanley

FULLER, Charles farmer Willowie. Hundred of Willowie land grant 1901 Grant Book 24 Page 749 County Frome

No 1

FULLER, Edward wheelwright Mt Barker 1849 Memorial 140/18

FULLER, Edward wheelwright Mt Barker, died 25/12/1861. He left his entire estate to his wife, Elizabeth Fuller, who was still living in Mt Barker during 1864

Application 15585, Application 15740

FULLER, Florence Bateman spinster Grenfell St Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of Para Wurlie land grant 1883 Grant Book 19 Page 9 County Fergusson

FULLER, Frederick blacksmith Le Fevre Peninsula 1870 Application 10806

No 1

FULLER, Frederick Robinson agent Pt Broughton 1874 Memorial 204/274

FULLER, Frederick Robinson agent Adelaide 1876[-1881] Memorial 128/291

FULLER, Frederick Robinson agent Adelaide 1882[-1883], died c1883. He left his entire estate to Jane DALE spinster Woodville Memorial 142/491

FULLER, Frederick Robinson gentleman Adelaide, died 4/2/1883. He left his estate, worth £450, to Annie Jane DALE spinster Woodville. By 1924, she was Annie Jane HOOD widow Katanning WA. A relative, William Henry Dale engineer lived in Perth. Her father was Henry David Dale. Aged 31, she married Francis Wighton HOOD 47 clerk Adelaide (Father Thomas Hood), in St Margaret’s Woodville 1/7/1884. Signatures to the marriage certificate HW Dale clerk and Maggie Dale both Woodville. Application 27250

FULLER, Frederick Robinson gentleman Adelaide, died 4/2/1883. He left his entire £450 estate to Annie Jane DALE spinster Woodville, daughter of Henry Ward Dale. She married Francis Wighton HOOD 47 bachelor clerk Adelaide (Father: Thomas Hood) on 1/7/1884 St Margaret's Woodville. Witnesses: HW Dale clerk Woodville and Maggie Dale of Woodville. By 1924, the widowed Annie Jane Hood was living in Katanning WA. She leased out land which FR Fuller left to her in College Town. William Henry Dale engineer formerly of Woodville now of Perth WA 1924 likely to be a relative of AJ Hood nee Dale Application 27250

FULLER, Frederick William manager Murray Bridge 1948 Application 28608

No 1

FULLER, George labourer Adelaide 1852[-1854] Memorial 413/43

No 2

FULLER, George mason Nailsworth 1867 Application 8133

No 3

FULLER, George farmer Booleroo trustee unnamed Wesleyan Methodist Church Hundred of Booleroo land grant 1879 Grsant Book 24 Page 620 County Frome

FULLER, George farmer Booleroo Hundred of Booleroo land grant 1885 Grant Book 24 Page 629 County Frome

No 4

FULLER, George farmer Melrose Pt Germein township allotment land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 691 County Frome

No 5

FULLER, George farmer Pinnaroo. Hundred of Pinnaroo land grants 1923 Grant Book 12 Page 52 County Chandos

No 1 – likely to be George Samuel Fuller

FULLER, George cabinetmaker Angaston 1853 Memorial 483/47

FULLER, George innkeeper Angaston 1859 Memorial 329/160

FULLER, George cabinetmaker Angaston 1860 Memorial 216/170

FULLER, George carpenter Hamilton on the Light 1861 Memorial 219/179

FULLER, George publican Hamilton on the Light 1861[-1864] Memorial 272/174

FULLER, George formerly cabinetmaker Angaston 1853 but now licensed victualler Hamilton 1864 Application 5287

FULLER, George hotelkeeper Marrabel on the Dirty Light 1865[-1871] Memorial 310/202

FULLER, George licensed victualler Marrabel on the Dirty Light Hundred of English land grant 1868[-1871] Grant Book 17 Page 166 County Eyre

FULLER, George licensed victualler Marrabel on the Dirty Light 1875 Application 14135

FULLER, George licensed victualler formerly of Hamilton 1864 but now of Marrabel on the Dirty Light 1878 Application 16804

FULLER, George of Rhynie 1866 Memorial 174/220

No 2 - likely to be the same person as No 1

FULLER, George Samuel carpenter Angaston took out a four-year lease of the Hamilton Hotel at Hamilton on the Light 1861 Memorial 134/171

FULLER, Henry carter Adelaide (Grenfell St) 1849 Memorial 144/15

FULLER, Henry Ernest architect Adelaide linked with Amelia Georgiana Fuller widow Adelaide 1913 Memorial 57/469

FULLER, Henry Robb of Adelaide undertook mineral exploration 1888 Memorial 177/395

No 1

FULLER, Henry Robert carrier Hindley St, Adelaide 1850 Memorial 411/21

FULLER, Henry Robert carrier Adelaide 1855[-1858] Memorial 375/82

FULLER, Henry Robert gentleman Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hallett (Hundred of Hallett) township allotment land grant 1875 Grant Book 8 Page 281 County Burra

No 1

FULLER, James labourer Bordertown. Hundred of Wirrega land grant 1880 Grant Book 7 Page 41 County Buckingham

FULLER, James farmer Wirrega Co Buckingham 1881[-1882] Memorial 177/331

FULLER, James farmer Wirrega Co Buckingham Hundred of Joyce land grant 1882 Grant Book 51 Page 8 County Robe

No 2 – perhaps a continuation of No 1

FULLER, James of Carrieton 1888 Memorial 9/392

No 1

FULLER, John livery stable keeper Adelaide 1847 Memorial 173/10

FULLER, John livery stable keeper Adelaide, died 12/7/1850. His estate to his wife, Margaret Fuller Memorial 226/26

No 2

FULLER, John farmer Dry Creek 1849 Memorial 85/18

No 3

FULLER, John labourer Adelaide 1852 Hundred of Yankalilla crown land purchase Memorial 129/46

FULLER, John farmer Adelaide 1852. He bought land grant Section 1172 Hundred of Yankalilla 80 acres £80 20/11/1852. Enrolment 47/41

FULLER, John farmer Yankalilla 1862[-1881] Memorial 7/183

No 4

FULLER, John publican Lochiel. Lochiel (Hundred of Cameron) township allotment land grant 1879 Grant Book 14 Page 447 County Daly

FULLER, John farmer Lochiel Hundred of Cameron land grant 1880 Grant Book 14 Page 440 County Daly

No 4

FULLER, John and Samuel Eppinseer drapers Loxton and Renmark. Waikerie (Hundred of Waikerie) township allotment land grant 1911 Grant Book 3 Page 114 County Albert

FULLER, Jonathan farmer Yankalilla 1883 Memorial 159/349

FULLER, Melville Thomas depot manager Burra, aged 59 in 1955, declared that he had lived in Burra for more than 30 years Application 29124

No 1 - perhaps the same person

FULLER, Nicholas farmer Booleroo. Hundred of Booleroo land grant 1882 Grant Book 24 Page 627 County Frome

FULLER, Nicholas farmer Fullerville. Oliver Fuller mentioned but not described 1886 Memorial 178/376

No 2

FULLER, Nicholas farmer and grazier formerly of Melrose now of Adelaide 1925, declared that he was 65 years old and had lived in Melrose continuously for 49 years Application 27406

No 1

FULLER, Oliver farmer Marrabel on the Dirty Light Hundred of Booleroo land grant 1889 Grant Book 24 Page 630 County Frome

FULLER, Oliver farmer Booleroo Hundred of Willowie land grant 1897 Grant Book 24 Page 748

FULLER, Paris Nesbit labourer Aberdeen near Kooringa 1946 Memorial 116/520

No 1 – likely to be the same person

FULLER, Richard farmer Carrieton trustee Carrieton Cemetery 1882 Grant Book 13 Page 381 County Dalhousie

FULLER, Richard farmer Eurelia. Hundred of Eurelia land grant 1891[-1892] Grant Book 13 Page 386 County Dalhousie

FULLER, Robert carrier Adelaide 1857 Memorial 180/118

No 1

FULLER, Samuel farmer Currency Creek 1864 Application 5473

FULLER, Samuel farmer Currency Creek 1865[-1867] Memorial 249/202

FULLER, Spencer Edgar labourer Melrose 1947[-1954] Application 28572, Memorial 140/529

FULLER, Thomas late Captain 18th Hussars Coonoor Nilgiri Hills, Madras Presidency, India, power of attorney to JE MOULDEN, BA MOULDEN, Bayfield MOULDEN solicitors Adelaide, power of attorney to let out money on mortgage on suitable SA properties 19/1/1885, and to manage the repayments Deposit 34/1885

No 1

FULLER, Thomas Wall linked with Section 172 Hundred of Coglin Co Herbert 1886 Memorial 16/374

FULLER, Thomas Wall farmer Dawson Dawson (Hundred of Coglin) township allotment land grant 1890 Grant Book 34 Page 5 County Herbert

FULLER, Walter George engineer Fullerville Hundred of Booleroo land grant 1886 Grant Book 24 Page 629 County Frome

No 1

FULLER, William cabinetmaker Adelaide 1849[-1851] Memorial 251/15

No 2

FULLER, William tinman and brazier South Road 1853 Memorial 46/49

FULLER, William tinman Mt Barker 1853[-1862] Memorial 53/50

FULLER, William brazier and tinplate worker Gawler Place Adelaide 1855 Memorial 477/80

FULLER, William brazier and tinplate worker [formerly of Adelaide but then of] Hahndorf 1855[-1857] Memorial 128/90

FULLER, William tinsmith [formerly of Hahndorf but then of] Mt Barker 1857 Memorial 88/130

No 3

FULLER, William coachbuilder Adelaide in partnership with James PETERS leased land from the Wyatt Estate facing Pirie St on Pt Town Acre 165 Adelaide 1875 Memorial 189/286

FULLER, William coachbuilder Adelaide lasted in partnership with James Peters until the latter’s death c1903. The lease over this land assigned to Johann Heinrich Robert NEUENKIRCHEN cooper Adelaide 1904 Memorial 80/451

No 4

FULLER, William farmer Yacka. Yacka (Hundred of Yackamoorundie) township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 56 Page 106 County Stanley

FULLER, William farmer Rhynie Co Gawler. Hundred of Yackamoorundie land grant 1881 Grant Book 56 Page 95 County Stanley

FULLER, William farmer Wandearah. Trustee Wesleyan Methodist Chapel Hundred of Wandearah Hundred of Wandearah land grant 1882 Grant Book 60 Page 325 County Victoria

FULLER, William Henry formerly of Para Wurlie but now clerk Toongabbie NSW 1901 Memorial 162/444

No 1

FULLER, William Israel carpenter Coromandel Valley 1881 Application 18474 104

FULLER, William Israel undertaker Clarendon 1884 Application 26266

FULLER, William James farmer Wandearah West. Trustee unnamed Cemetery Hundred of Wandearah. Hundred of Wandearah land grant 1882 Grant Book 60 Page 326 County Victoria

FULLERTON, Fergus pilot Robe Guichen Bay 1864[-1866] Memorial 163/195

No 1 – perhaps the same person

FULLERTON, John farmer Spring Gully Hundred of Kondoparinga 1857 Memorial 130/122

FULLERTON, John farmer Georgetown Co Victoria. Hundred of Eurelia land grant 1882 Grant Book 13 Page 381 County Dalhousie

FULLERTON, RS butcher Eurelia 1897 Memorial 95/431

No 1

FULLING, George William teamster Auburn 1851 Memorial 342/33

FULLING, George William farmer Auburn 1853[-1857] Memorial 87/57

FULLING, George William farmer Upper Wakefield 1854 Memorial 76/69

FULLSTON, Frank Martin and George John Fullston gardeners Kersbrook 1926 Memorial 32/495

FULLSTON, Martin licensed victualler Adelaide (Buck's Head North Tce) 1884 Memorial 235/356

FULSTONE, Martin farmer Barossa 1864 Memorial 26/200

FULSTONE, John labouer Payneham 1867 Application 8714

No 1

FULSTONE, William labourer Payneham 1871[-1877] Memorial 138/251

FULSTONE, William labourer Payneham and Mary Fulstone his wife 1877[-1879] Memorial 200/302

No 1 - likely to be the same person

FULTON, George Edward importer Adelaide 1880 Memorial 203/332

FULTON, George Edward and Richard HUTCHINSON engineers Adelaide, leased premises behind the Royal Admiral Hotel in Hindley St from 1882. R Hutchinson became a bankrupt in 1885. Arthur Robert LUNGLEY engineer Adelaide purchased Hutchinson's share in the business and the firm then traded as GE Fulton & Co Ltd from 1888. GE Fulton & Co went into voluntary liquidation after an extraordinary meeting on 4/11/1901 Memorials 34/339, 123/394, 245/445

FULTON, George Edward engineer North Adelaide 1887 Memorial 35/383

FULTON, Margaret widow Aldgate 1899 Memorial 43/437

No 1

FULTON, Robert mariner Glanville near Pt Adelaide father of James Fulton of the same place 1879 Memorial 62/320

FULTON, Robert mariner Bridgwater near Pt Adelaide 1886 Application 20878

FULTON, Thomas Kensington James medical practitioner Wallaroo 1904 Memorial 70/451

FULWOOD, George Phillis farmer Johnburg trustee a Chapel [perhaps at Johnburg?] 1891 Grant Book 13 Page 312 County Dalhousie

No 1

FULWOOD, James farmer Lochiel. Hundred of Barunga land grant 1877 Grant Book 14 Page 459 County Daly

No 2

FULWOOD, James of Pt Lincoln 1916 Memorial 20/475

FULWOOD, James labourer Pt Lincoln 1921 Memorial 162/483

FULWOOD, James labourer Pt Lincoln, died 17/2/1925. Uncle of Walter James Fulwood son of Walter John Fulwood tailor Pt Lincoln 1937 Memorial 146/511

FULWOOD, Miles factory employe Pt Lincoln 1938 Memorial 144/512

FULWOOD, Richard farmer Hundred of Ninnes. Hundred of Ninnes land grant 1911 Grant Book 14 Page 301 County Daly

No 1 - likely to be the same person

FULWOOD, Thomas farmer Mt Crawford 1853 Memorial 215/63

FULWOOD, Thomas dairyman South Rhine 1858 Memorial 57/138

FULWOOD, Thomas the Elder farmer Snowtown. Hundred of Barunga land grant 1881 Grant Book 14 Page 464 County Daly

FULWOOD, Thomas farmer Condowie 1886 Memorial 245/377

FULWOOD, Walter James wireman Pt Lincoln 1938 Memorial 25/512

FULWOOD, William farmer Condowie Plains. Hundred of Boucaut land grant 1885 Grant Book 55 Page 41 County Stanley

FUNCH, John Larson farmer Boolcunda 1885 Memorial 2/370

FUNCKE, Valentine butcher Adelaide 1855 Memorial 26/86

FUNNELL, Horace Barnes grocer Adelaide 1883 Memorial 135/348

FURFORD, George farmer Carribie. Hundred of Carribie land grant 1891 Grant Book 19 Page 375 County Fergusson

No 1

FURLER, Charles Leslie agent Noarlunga 1963, born 18/7/1900 Noarlunga, declared he had always lived at Noarlunga Application 29508

FURLER, Charles Leslie agent Noarlunga 1961 Application 29348

FURLER, Charles Leslie retired agent Patapinda Rd, Noarlunga 1968, born 18/7/1900, appointed a JP in 1939 Application 29686

No 1 - Charles William

FURLER, Charles labourer Adelaide 1853 Memorial 332/57

FURLER, Charles wheelwright Noarlunga 1872 Application 12040

FURLER, Charles undertaker Noarlunga 1881 Application 21820

FURLER, Charles formerly labourer Adelaide now wheelwright Noarlunga 1885 Application 20653

FURLER, Charles [formerly labourer Adelaide but now] gentleman Noarlunga 1891 Memorial 71/410

FURLER, Charles wheelwright Noarlunga 1895 Memorial 143/424

FURLER, Charles William gentleman Noarlunga, died 6/1/1897. His widow, Charlotte Furler, died 4/1/1908. Parents of Frederick Furler wheelwright Noarlunga and William Charles Furler painter Noarlunga. Other children mentioned but not named 1908 Memorial 39/460

No 1 - Frederick Charles

FURLER, Frederick undertaker Noarlunga 1891 Application 22786

FURLER, Frederick Charles wheelwright Noarlunga, died 30/5/1911 Adelaide. Estate worth £60. His wife, Sophia Furler, died 20/1/1924. Parents of Ernest Furler mason Noarlunga 1925 Application 27414

FURLER, Maxwell Horace butcher Noarlunga linked with William Charles Furler painter, carpenter and wheelwright Noarlunga 1946 Memorial 167/520

FURLER, Walter engine driver Noarlunga 1921 Application 27038

FURLER, William Charles painter Noarlunga 1911 Memorial 34/465

FURLONG, James labourer formerly of Pt Adelaide, but now of parts beyond the seas 1851 Memorial 232/29

FURLONGE, Joseph Dardis gentleman Adelaide 1886 Memorial 107/377

FURNELL, Henry shoemaker North Adelaide (Tynte St) 1850 Memorial 212/25

FURNELL, John Benjamin farmer Willowie Hundred of Pinda land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 589 County Frome

No 1 - likely to be the same person

FURNELL, William mariner Le Fevre Peninsula 1857 Memorial 285/122

FURNELL, William storeman Dorcas St West, Emerald Hill Vic, power of attorney to John WALKER ship owner Pt Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 27/3/1867 Deposit 83/1867

No 1 - likely to be the same person

FURNER, George landowner East Auburn 1855[-1856] Memorial 201/93

FURNER, George storekeeper Riverton 1872 Memorial 152/258

No 1 - Luke Lidiard Furner

FURNER, Luke storekeeper Moonta 1865 Memorial 110/205

FURNER, Luke L JP Mayor of Moonta 1876 Memorial 168/290

FURNER, Luke Lidiard auctioneer Moonta. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1877[-1879] Grant Book 14 Page 64 County Daly

FURNER, Luke Lidiard agent Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of Dudley land grant 1882 Grant Book 11 Page 9 County Carnarvon

FURNER, Luke Lidiard MP Adelaide, about to depart from the province for a time, power of attorney to Christopher Austin MOODY, his co-partner as agents and auctioneers, to attend to his SA business affairs during his absence 28/1/1882 Deposit 42/1882

FURNER, Luke Lidiard gentleman Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1884 Grant Book 14 Page 89 County Daly

FURNER, Luke Lidiard formerly MP but now gentleman Adelaide 1896 Memorial 119/467

No 1

FURNER, Samuel draper Moonta Yorke Peninsula 1868 Memorial 38/235

FURNER, Samuel storekeeper Moonta. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1870 Grant Book 14 Page 75 County Daly

FURNISS, Arthur Frederick miner Echunga associated with the old Jupiter Creek Diggings 1885 Memorials 174 & 204/366

FURNISS, C bank manager Kadina 1872 Memorial 141/261

No 1

FURNISS, Edward butcher Adelaide 1849 Memorial 452/16

FURNISS, Edward butcher North Adelaide 1854 Memorial 264/65

No 2 - likely to be an extension of No 1; the Elder and the Younger

FURNISS, Edward farmer near Kapunda 1854[-1861] Memorial 9/67

FURNISS, Edward farmer Bagot Gap Hundred of Belvidere 1857 Memorial 14/129

FURNISS, Edward farmer Belvidere Hundred of Light land grant 1857 Grant Book 44 Page 184 County Light

FURNISS, Edward farmer Light River 1863 Memorial 84/192

FURNISS, Edward farmer formerly of Bagot Gap Hundred of Belvidere 1857 but now of near Stockport 1865 Application 6732

FURNISS, Edward the Elder formerly farmer Stockport on the Gilbert but now gentleman Riverton linked with Edward Furniss the Younger farmer Laura and Mary Ann Furniss his wife 1892 Memorial 136/414

No 3 - the Younger

FURNISS, Edward the Younger farmer Navan Co Light. Hundred of Caltowie land grant 1878 Grant Book 60 Page 187 County Victoria

FURNISS, Edward farmer Laura 1893 Memorial 2/417

FURNISS, Edward the Younger farmer Laura and Mary Ann Furniss his wife 1902 Memorial 124/446

No 1

FURNISS, Frederick spirit merchant Adelaide 1859[-1867] Memorial 213/156

FURNISS, Frederick wine and spirit merchant Adelaide 1860[-1862] Memorial 254/166

FURNISS, Frederick merchant wine merchant Adelaide and Annie Furniss his wife 1865. Matthew Henry Furniss gentleman Kooringa, an executor of his will [probably a relative]. F Furniss died c1868 Memorial 25/233

FURNISS, Frederick gentleman Adelaide 1868 Memorial 50/231

FURNISS, Frederick agent Adelaide 1856. He died 12/8/1868 Memorials 120 & 121/350

FURNISS, Frederick hawker Glenelg 1866 Memorial 246/213

FURNISS, Henry farmer Navan Co Light. Hundred of Caltowie land grant 1878 Grant Book 60 Page 187 County Victoria

FURNISS, Henry Edward farmer Parrakie. Hundred of Price land grant 1909 Grant Book 6 Page 81 County Buccleuch

No 1

FURNISS, Matthew Henry accountant Burra Burra Mine 1858 Memorial 138/138

FURNISS, Matthew Henry accountant Burra Mine Hundred of Kooringa 1859 Application 2971

No 1 - perhaps the same person

FURNISS, WH cashier Burra Burra Mines 1874 Memorial 11/276

FURNISS, W bank manager Kadina 1875 Memorial 143/285

No 1

FURSMAN, William Bible Christian minister Bowden 1857 Memorial 208/122

FURSMAN, William Bible Christian Minister of the Gospel Bowden, about to leave the province 15/2/1860. Enrolment 33/42

FURSMAN, William Bible Christian Minister formerly of Bowden but about to leave the province 1860 Memorial 67/173

FURST, Albert Henry gentleman Adelaide, about to leave the province for a time, power of attorney to Philip Carriongton GREAVER broker South Tce, Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 22/5/1889 Deposit 55/1889

FURZE, Arnold David customs officer Woodville. Findon Methodist Church trustee 1923 Memorial 14/487

FURZE, David labourer Adelaide 1851[-1859] Memorial 266/31

No 1

FURZE, Thomas dairyman Pt Augusta West. Pt Augusta West (Hundred of Copley) township allotment land grant 1891 Grant Book 65 Page 227 County Manchester

FURZE, Thomas fruiterer Solomontown near Pt Pirie 1912 Memorial 193/467

No 1 - likely to be the same person

FURZE, William David bootmaker Adelaide 1851[-1865] Memorial 113/36

FURZE, William bootmaker Adelaide 1856 Memorial 88/107

FUSS, Albert farmer formerly of Orroroo but now of Koppio 1925 Application 27403

FUSS, Aubrey Osborne formerly postal official Clare but now labourer Burra 1946 Memorial 6/520

No 1

FUSS, Carl August gentleman Aberdeen 1900 Memorial 29/442

FUSS, Carl August and Johann Heinrich August Fuss builders Aberdeen near Kooringa 1902 Memorial 169/445

FUSS, Carl August carpenter Aberdeen near Kooringa 1903[-1912] Memorial 60/450

FUSS, A undertaker Aberdeen 1912 Application 28211

FUSS, Carl August and Johann Heinrich August Fuss builders Aberdeen near Kooringa 1921 Memorial 42/484

FUSS, Carl August builder Aberdeen, died 5/11/1921, of phthisis, and general consumption, aged 64. Born in Redruth, he had married aged 24. 5 sons and 4 daughters alive; 1 daughter deceased. He had been a trustee of the Kooringa Freemasons' Lodge Application 27647

No 1

FUSS, Friedrich August farmer Winninowie 1898 Memorial 233/433

FUSS, Friedrich August farmer Mambray Creek Hundred of Winninowie land grant 1900 Grant Book 24 Page 819 County Frome

No 1

FUSS, Friedrich Wilhelm labourer Redruth 1875 Memorial 185/283

FUSS, Friedrich Wilhelm carter Redruth 1876[-1883] Application 15099, Memorial 217/352

FUSS, Friedrich Wilhelm Hermann gentleman 89 Fisher St, Fullarton 1927 Memorial 179/501

FUSS, HAC vigneron Lyndoch 1925, linked with Hasle Stanice Christian Full farmer North Adelaide Application 27351

No 1

FUSS, Hermann of East Moonta. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1881 Grant Book 14 Page 59 County Daly

FUSS, Hermann farmer near Moonta 1883[-1897] Memorial 18/353

FUSS, Hermann farmer formerly of near Moonta but now of Moonta 1901 Memorial 6/442

No 1

FUSS, Johann Albert yeoman Redruth 1877 Memorial 227/303

FUSS, Johann Albert farmer Walloway 1906 Memorial 104/455

No 1

FUSS, Johann Heinrich August carpenter Aberdeen 1883 Memorial 13/354

FUSS, Johann Heinrich August builder Aberdeen near Kooringa 1923 Memorial 117/487

FUSS, Lawrence Robert carpenter Aberdeen near Kooringa 1920 Memorial 66/480

No 1

FUSS, William of Llwchyr near Burra 1851 Memorial 410/38.

FUSS, Wilhelm miner Redruth 1858[-1859] Memorial 300/132

FUSS, Heinrich Christian Wilhelm farmer Llwchyr Co Burra 1861 Memorial 274/179

FUSS, Heinrich Christian Wilhelm farmer formerly of near Redruth 1859 now of Llwchyr 1868 [Possibly the same address??] Application 9627

FUSS, Heinrich Wilhelm hawker Redruth 1876 Application 15099

FUSS, Heinrich Christian Wilhelm gentleman Redruth, died 25/4/1895. His estate worth £1,500. His household personal estate to his wife, Friedericke Fuss nee LUTZ absolutely. The rest of the estate to go into trust for sale, to purchase the widow a retirement home should she want to go, as well as to set up a trust fund from which all the profits would go to his widow for her maintenance for life. After her death, the fund to be divided into eight equal parts for 7 of his children (Hermann, Albert Fuss farmer Orroroo, Friedrich, Wilhelm, Carl cabinetmaker Burra, August and Bertha, wife of H RUMBALL) and in trust for the children of the eighth child, Elvine GREENWOOD wife of William Greenwood, which they inherited absolutely when they turned 21. Mrs HCW Fuss was the sister of Albert Lutz. Estate worth £1,500

Application 27403

FUSS, Heinrich Christian Wilhelm died 25/4/1895. Linked with Albert Fuss farmer Orroroo and Carl Fuss cabinetmaker Burra 1903 Memorial 212/447

FUSS, William Kean horticulturalist Virginia, aged 60 in 1954 , declared that he had lived in the area for 15 years. Virgina Institute trustee Application 29083

No 1

FUTCHER, James iron plate worker Adelaide 1851 Memorial 2/35

FUTCHER, James iron plate worker formerly of Adelaide but now of Melbourne Vic 1854 Memorial 144/79

No 1

FUTCHER, Thomas gentleman Adelaide 1851 Memorial 498/38.

FUTCHER, Thomas storekeeper 1851 Adelaide Memorial 345/31 Merchant Adelaide 1868. He owned lots at Brighton and Glenelg. Enrolment 181/229

FUTCHER, Thomas glass warehouseman Adelaide 1854[-1855] Memorial 190/75

FUTCHER, Thomas china dealer Adelaide (Rundle St) 1856 Memorial 485/100

FUTCHER, Thomas china and glass importer Adelaide 1857[-1858] Memorial 274/119

FUTCHER, Thomas china dealer Adelaide Hundred of Alma land grant 1857 Grant Book 26 Page 78 County Gawler

FUTCHER, Thomas merchant Adelaide 1859 Application 785

FUTCHER, Thomas crockery importer Adelaide 1862 Application 2889

FUTCHER, Thomas formerly china dealer 1857 but now merchant Adelaide 1864 Application 4987

FUTCHER, Thomas china and glass dealer Adelaide 1864 Memorial 79/200

FUTCHER, Thomas earthenware dealer Adelaide 1863 Memorial 148/191

FUTCHER, Thomas and William Watson GALL set up a partnership in china, glass earthenware and fancy goods, to operate for 7 years. T Futcher & Co from 118 Rundle St, Adelaide and WW Gall & Co from 79 Rundle St. Profits to be equally divided once a year. First Mr Futcher, then Mr Gall, to have leave to spend 2 years in England and transact the firm's British business without charge, while the other partner supervises the SA business. Bankers: SA Banking Co. Subsistence money for each partner - £8 a week. Mr Gall had to pay off the mortgage on his Rundle St premises. Deal signed 27/10/1866 Memorial 148/240

FUTCHER, Thomas merchant Adelaide 1875 Memorial 178/281

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FUTCHER, Thomas labourer Bowden 1839 Husband of Catherine Futcher nee LOVELOCK 1874 Application 14009

FUTCHER, Thomas labourer Bowden and Catherine Futcher his wife formerly Catherine LOVELOCK 1874 Memorial 82/274

FUTCHER, Thomas Duly of Payneham and Matilda Jane Futcher his wife 1894 Memorial 123/420

FUTNER, Robert of Kooringa 1877 Memorial 151/297

FUTVOYE, James Montague draper Brighton. Brighton Baptist Church trustee 1924 Memorial 71/490

No 1 - perhaps the same person

FYFE, David farmer Kapunda. Hundred of Julia Creek land grant 1865 Grant Book 44 Page 88 County Light

FYFE, David farmer Bagot Well Co Light. Hundred of Bundaleer land grant 1880 Grant Book 60 Page 360 County Victoria

FYFE, David farmer Bagot Well Co Light Hundred of Yackamoorundie land grant 1881 Grant Book 56 Page 95 County Stanley

FYFE, David linked with Section 12 Hundred of Barndioota Co Blachford 1886 Memorial 108/373

FYFE, Robert George grazier Yalpara. Hundred of Walloway land grant 1912 Grant Book 13 Page 230 County Dalhousie

No 1 - perhaps the same person

FYFE, William the Younger linked with Section 161 Hundred of Balaklava Co Gawler 1883 Memorial 97/347

FYFE, William of Minburra 1885 Memorial 71/369

No 1

FYFFE, Archibald Wilson licensed victualler Alberton and Martha Fyffe his wife former Martha MARSDEN widow of Samuel Marsden deceased 1856 Memorial 318/106

FYFFE, Archibald Wilson licensed victualler Alberton 1858 Memorial 320/140

FYFFE, Archibald Wilson auctioneer Pt Adelaide and Martha Fyffe his wife formerly Martha MARSDEN widow of the late Samuel Marsden deceased 1858 Memorial 3/147

FYFFE, Archibald Wilson auctioneer Alberton and his wife Martha Fyffe formerly Martha MARSDEN licensed victualler Alberton widow of the late Samuel Marsden deceased 1859 Memorial 272/150

MCLACHLAN, Martha wife of Alexander McLachlan mariner Williamstown Vic and formerly widow of the late Archibald Wilson FYFFE of Pt Adelaide (The Fyffes married on 3/10/1854, when the bride was the widow of the late Samuel Marsden) Application 10662

No 1

FYFFE, Henry Stanton gentleman Norwood 1849[-1850] Memorial 180/19

FYFFE, Henry Stanton storekeeper Mitcham 1851[-1857] Memorial 435/29

FYFFE, Henry Stanton storekeeper Edwardstown, died 12/12/1863. He left his whole estate to his wife, Hannah Jane Fyffe Application 5802

FYFFE, Mrs storekeeper and postmistress Edwardstown 1881 Application 18906

FYFFE, Hannah Jane widow Edwardstown 1864, relict of the late Henry Stanton Fyffe storekeeper Mitcham Application 5802

FYLER, Arthur Evelyn Captain 50th (Queens Own) Regiment of Adelaide Queens Own Town (later Finniss Hundred of Kondoparinga) township allotment land grant 1868 Grant Book 36 Page 471 County Hindmarsh