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The following information was extracted basically 'as is' from Reg's unpublished computer working files as at c2014.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

Name Beginning  'Ga*' to 'Gol*'

GABB, John Joel gardener Glenelg 1891 Application 22168

GABBES, George Frederick farmer Condowie Plains 1881[-1884] Memorial 213/360

GABELL, G farmer Morowie 1877 Memorial 81/301

GABLE, Mary farmer Mt Dutton 1888[-1889] Memorial 87/394

GABNEY, Francis labourer Pt Adelaide 1869 Memorial 57/240

No 1

GADD, George James storekeeper Wilson Wilson [also known as Kanyaka Siding] (Hundred of Cudlamudla) township allotment land grant 1884 Grant Book 49 Page 167 County Newcastle

GADD, George James storekeeper Waukaringa Waukaringa township allotment land grant 1889 Grant Book 45 Page 3 County Lytton

GADD, George James storekeeper Hectorville 1912 Application 26139

No 1

GADD, Henry Richard Thomas storekeeper Wonoka. Hawker (Hundred of Wonoka) township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 5 Page 11 County Blachford.

GADD, Henry Richard Thomas agent Hawker. Hawker (Hundred of Wonoka) township allotment land grant 1881 Grant Book 5 Page 15 County Blachford

GADD, Henry Richard Thomas storekeeper Wilson. Wilson [also known as Kanyaka Siding] (Hundred of Cudlamudla) township allotment land grant 1882 Grant Book 49 Page 167 County Newcastle

GADD, Henry Richardson Thomas storekeeper Waukaringa Waukaringa township allotment land grant 1889 Grant Book 45 Page 4 County Lytton

GADD, Henry storekeeper Waukaringa Yunta township allotment land grant Co Herbert 1892 Grant Book 34 Page 165 County Herbert

No 1

GADD, Walter storekeeper Noarlunga 1855 Memorial 249/84

GADD, Walter storekeeper The Meadows 1856[-1859] Memorial 334/100, Application 764

GADD, Walter draper Meadows 1857 Wesleyan Methodist member Memorial 7/122

GADD, Walter storekeeper Wallaroo 1865 Memorial 45/213

GADD, Walter storekeeper [formerly of Meadows but now of] Wallaroo 1866[-1867] Memorial 202/211, Application 8632

GADD, Walter draper formerly of The Meadows but now of Melbourne Vic 1882 Application 19390

GADD, Walter formerly storekeeper Noarlunga but now of the colony of Victoria 1897. Foundation trustee Meadows Wesleyan Methodist Chapel (Section 3490 Hundred of Kuitpo) Application 23395

GADE, Christian farmer Schreiberau Hundred of Saddleworth land grant 1859 Grant Book 44 Page 336 County Light

No 1

GADE, William labourer Riverton 1869 Application 9673

GADE, Wilhelm farmer Saddleworth Hundred of Willowie land grant 1882 Grant Book 24 Page 743 County Frome

No 1

GADEN, Adolph Heinrich Alexander grazier Mt Gambier Hundred of Young land grant 1901 Grant Book 30 Page 129 County Grey

GADEN, Adolph Heinrich Alexander farmer Mt Gambier 1913 Application 26232

GADEN, Adolph Heinrich Alexander retired farmer Mt Gambier, aged 83 in 1947, declared that he had lived in the district for 73 years Application 28490

GADEN, Carl farmer Mt Gambier Hundred of Kongorong land grant 1884 Grant Book 31 Page 34 County Grey

GADEN, Carl Hans carpenter Mt Gambier and Charlotte Margarethe Eleonore Gaden his wife 1865 Memorial 108/225

No 1

GAEDECHENS, Adolf merchant Adelaide 1857[-1869] Memorial 125/115

GAEDECHENS, Adolf and Heinrich Martin merchants Adelaide carrying on business under the style of Martin Gaedechens & Co 1858 Memorial 341/139

No 1

GAEHL, Ernst farmer Friedrichswalde 1882 Memorial 25/338

GAEHL, Ernst farmer near Eudunda 1885 Memorial 74/368

GAEHL, Ernst Gottlieb farmer near Eudunda Hundred of English land grant 1891 Grant Book 17 Page 172 County Eyre

GAEHL, Ernst farmer Hundred of English 1894 Memorial 244/420

GAERTH, Friedrich Ferdinand farmer Robertstown 1886 Memorial 2/375

GAERTNER, Johann Friedrich August farmer Freeling 1903[-1912] Memorial 76/449, Application 26127.

No 1 - probably the same person

GAETH, Johann Heinrich Christian cabinetmaker Adelaide 1852[-1859] Memorial 119/42

GAETH, Johann Heinrich Christian tobacconist Adelaide (Hindley St) 1864 Memorial 92/195

GAETJENS, Franz Christian formerly timber merchant but now agent Adelaide, about to leave the state for a time, power of attorney to Hermann Gaetjens clerk Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 18/3/1903 Deposit 17/1903

GAFFNEY, James the Elder labourer Yongala. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1907 Grant Book 13 Page 209 County Dalhousie

GAFFNEY, John labourer Yongala. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1909 Grant Book 13 Page 210 County Dalhousie

GAFNEY, Luke farmer Rhynie 1864 Application 5489

No 1 - perhaps the same person

GAGE, Francis farmer Inman Valley 1870 Application 10963

GAGE, Francis farmer Pt Lincoln 1906 Application 25211

GAGE, H mail driver Napoleon St, Pt Lincoln 1925 Application 27399

No 1

GAGE, James storekeeper Rosenthal 1889[-1891] Memorial 25/396

GAGE, James storekeeper Rosenthal, died c1892. Husband of Sarah Catherine Gage Memorial 88/434

GAGE, Sarah Catherine widow Rosedale near Gawler, died 28/8/1925. Mother of John Gage old age pensioner Rosedale her sole surviving child Memorial 189/494

GAGE, John out of business Rosenthal, died 8/2/1930. Husband of Alice Gage Memorial 153/504

No 1

GAGE, William engineer Jamestown Co Victoria. Yatina (Hundred of Black Rock Plain) township allotment land grant 1874 Grant Book 13 Page 3 County Dalhousie

GAGE, William labourer Jamestown Co Victoria. Quorn (Hundred of Pichi Richi) township allotment land grant 1879 Grant Book 49 Page 11 County Newcastle

GAGEAN, James labourer Tarcowie. Hundred of Tarcowie land grant 1908 Grant Book 13 Page 60 County Dalhousie

GAGEN, William of Robe 1893 Memorial 15/417

No 1

GAHAGAN, Benjamin labourer Adelaide 1839 Memorial 275/8

GAHAGAN, Benjamin shoemaker Adelaide 1850 Memorial 386/23, Application 13747

GAIL, Robert farmer near Houghton 1853[-1854] Memorial 26/52

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

GALBRAITH, William lithographer Adelaide 1851[-1854] Memorial 26/34.

GALBRAITH, William engraver Adelaide 1854 Memorial 216/78

GALBRAITH, William engraver Adelaide 1862 Application 3146

GALBRAITH, William lithographer Adelaide 1869[-1878] Memorial 205/236

GALBRAITH, William the Elder and William Galbraith the Younger engravers and lithographers Adelaide (Gresham St), became bankrupts in 1890 Memorial 115/405

No 2

GALBRAITH, William gardener Brownhill Creek linked with John PENMAN gardener Brownhill Creek 1854 Grant Book 1 Page 26 County Adelaide

GALBRAITH, William market gardener Dry Creek 1862[-1867] Memorial 54/186

GALBRAITH, William and PENMAN, John gardeners formerly of Brownhill Creek now of Adelaide 1870 Application 10924

GALE, Albert John baker 17 South Rd, Edwardstown 1927, declared that he was born on the South Rd at Edwardstown. He remained in the area until he enlisted for the AIF during World War 1. He used to help his father John Gale, an Edwardstown farmer at that time, to plant his cereal crops. By 1927, John Gale was a labourer at Cottonville Application 27635

GALE, Alfred William Ramsey blacksmith Kadina. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1907 Grant Book 14 Page 253 County Daly

GALE, Arthur John farmer Hundred of Bendleby 1882 Memorial 88/346

GALE, Benjamin, Stephen and Timothy farmers Riverton 1865 Memorial 146/202

No 1

GALE, Charles labourer Port Road 1853 Memorial 30/114

GALE, Charles miner Avoca Vic 1860 Memorial 108/162

GALE, Charles formerly yeoman Tam O'Shanter Belt 1850s; then miner 1860 afterwards yeoman Avoca Vic 1863 Application 4517

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

GALE, Charles linked with Section 144 Hundred of Kadina Co Daly 1892 Memorial 171/416

No 3

GALE, Charles carter Kadina. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1910 Grant Book 14 Page 254 County Daly

No 1

GALE, Daniel and Timothy farmers Coromandel Valley Hundred of Grace land grant 1857 Grant Book 27 Page 4 County Gawler

GALE, Daniel farmer Grace Plains near Gawler 1859 Memorial 31/160

GALE, Daniel, John, Stephen and Timothy farmers Section 510 Hundred of Gilbert 1860. Mary Ann Gale mentioned but not described Memorial 276/167

GALE, Daniel, Stephen and Timothy farmers Watervale 1866[-1867] Memorial 250/216

GALE, Daniel farmer Millicent Hundred of Mayurra land grant 1880 Grant Book 31 Page 228 County Grey

GALE, EA undertaker Gladstone 1933 Application 27905

GALE, Ebenezer Birkin farmer Pinkerton Plains linked with Catherine Matilda Gale no description 1883 Memorial 240/348

No 1

GALE, Elisha mason North Adelaide 1851 Memorial 298/35.

GALE, Elisha farmer Gawler Hills 1853[-1867] Memorial 330/56

GALE, Elisha farmer Grove Hill Farm Gawler Hills and Catharine Matilda Gale his wife formerly Catharine Matilda Gilbert widow of the late James David Gilbert formerly storekeeper Willaston now deceased 1865 Memorial 338/207

GALE, Elisha farmer Grace Plains 1876 Memorial 34/292

GALE, Elisha farmer Reeves Plains 1879 Memorial 160/313

No 1

GALE, Enoch farmer Uley 1851 Memorial 268/35.

GALE, Enoch farmer Gawler Plains 1857 Memorial 27/119

GALE, Enoch farmer Grace Plains 1865[-1866] Memorial 70/204

GALE, Enoch farmer Redhill. Hundred of Redhill land grant Feb 1874 Grant Book 14 Page 356 County Daly

GALE, Enoch farmer Mallala Co Gawler. Hundred of Redhill land grant Jul 1874 Grant Book 14 Page 357 County Daly

GALE, Enoch farmer Mallala Co Gawler. Hundred of Koolunga land grant 1874 Grant Book 55 Page 181 County Stanley

GALE, Ernest Albert farmer Pamatta 1888 Memorial 26/393

No 1

GALE, George labourer Adelaide 1842 Memorial 249/309

GALE, George yeoman Tam O'Shanter Land near Adelaide, foundation trustee Primitive Methodist Chapel Islington 1845 Memorial 260/5

GALE, George labourer Adelaide 1842. George Gale labourer Tam O'Shanter Belt, died 31/3/1851. His estate worth £50. His widow, Jane Gale, died 14/6/1877. Their son, John Gale, a farmer, lived at Spalding in 1877 Application 27021

No 2

GALE, George storeman Adelaide 1862 Memorial 252/180

GALE, George gentleman Walkerville 1864 Application 5610

No 3 - perhaps the same person; perhaps a continuation of No 2

GALE, George storekeeper Nailsworth and Mary Ann Gale his wife 1869 Memorial 78/239

GALE, George of North Road, Little Adelaide, died c1880. Two-thirds of his estate to his elder daughter Jessie Marion Gale and a third to his younger daughter Edith Marian Gale Memorial 188/326

No 4 – the Elder

GALE, George farmer The Vallies near Nairne 1857 Memorial 120/126

GALE, George farmer near Nairne 1862 Application 2909

GALE, George farmer The Vallies Nairne. He rented land from the Smillie Estate 1882 Application 19038

GALE, George gentleman Pt Wakefield 1904 Memorial 240/451

GALE, George farmer Pt Wakefield, died 27/2/1909. He left the following children - Stephen Gale labourer Salisbury, Robert Gale labourer Owen, William Gale labourer Nairne, James Gale abourer Pt Wakefield, Eli Gale labourer Pt Wakefield, Eli Gale labourer Pt Adelaide, Isabella Gale spinster North Sydney NSW; Ellen Gale spinster Pt Wakefield (who was to get her father's cottage and effects in addition to what the rest of the family got in common out of the estate) 1909 Application 25680

No 5 – the Younger

GALE, George the Younger farmer Pt Wakefield Hundred of Goyder land grant 1881 Grant Book 56 Page 414 County Stanley

GALE, Gertrude Pauline spinster Summertown 1911 Memorial 47/465

No 1

GALE, Henry labourer Aldinga 1857 Memorial 298/114

No 2

GALE, Henry labourer Black Springs 1860 Memorial 26/162

GALE, Henry labourer Black Springs 1883 Application 19919

GALE, Henry teamster Black Springs near Burra Hundred of Yackamoorundie land grant 1884 Grant Book 56 Page 97 County Stanley

No 3

GALE, Henry farmer Hundred of Yackamoorundie 1894 Memorial 191/420

No 1

GALE, John farmer Adelaide 1849 Memorial 122/14

GALE, John farmer North Adelaide 1850 Memorial 86/22

GALE, John farmer Gawler Plains and Catherine Gale his wife 1851 Memorial 197/35.

GALE, John farmer Gawler Plains 1856[-1857] Memorial 126/107

No 2 – mixture of the Elder and the Younger

GALE, John, Stephen and Timothy farmers Coromandel Valley 1859 GALE, John the Elder farmer Uley, Gawler Hills Munno Para. Uley Particular Baptist Chapel trustee 1865 Memorial 81/206

GALE, John the Younger farmer Uley, Gawler Hills Munno Para. Uley Particular Baptist Chapel trustee 1865 Memorial 81/206

Memorial 312/150

GALE, John, Stephen, and Timothy farmers formerly of Coromandel Valley but now of the Hundred of Grace 1860 Memorial 321/162

GALE, John farmer near Riverton 1860 Memorial 345/169

GALE, John farmer Finniss Point Co Light. Hundred of Andrews land grant 1876 Grant Book 56 Page 312 County Stanley

GALE, John farmer Spalding 1878 Memorial 250/309

GALE, John farmer Spalding 1878 Application 16580

GALE, John farmer Finniss Point Co Light. Hundred of Reynolds land grant 1880 Grant Book 60 Page 32 County Victoria

GALE, John of Crystal Brook 1885 Memorial 8/373

GALE, John farmer Crystal Brook. Hundred of Napperby land grant 1885 Grant Book 60 Page 391 County Victoria

GALE, John farmer Spalding. Booborowie (Hundred of Ayers) township allotment land grant 1890 Grant Book 56 Page 320 County Stanley

GALE, Joseph George grocer’s assistant Kadina. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1910 Grant Book 14 Page 255 County Daly

GALE, Layton Gent Sherman of Willochra 1882[-1885] Memorial 215/337

GALE, Richard farmer The Vallies near Nairne 1860[-1860] Memorial 230/167

GALE, RM of Wild Horse Plains 1882 Memorial 46/343

No 1

GALE, Stephen farmer Uley, Gawler Hills Munno Para. Uley Particular Baptist Chapel trustee 1865 Memorial 81/206

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

GALE, Stephen postmaster Redbanks 1876 Memorial 152/323

GALE, Stephen farmer Maitland 1881 Memorial 153/330

GALE, Stephen storekeeper formerly of Redbanks but now of Maitland 1885 Memorial 215/370

No 3 - perhaps a continuation of No 2

GALE, Stephen of Sutherlands 1888 Memorial 46/392

GALE, Stephen storekeeper Sutherlands 1890 Memorial 212/405

GALE, Stephen farmer Sutherland Hundred of Neales land grant 1891 Grant Book 17 Page 200 County Eyre

GALE, Stephen storekeeper Sutherlands trustee unnamed Chapel Hundred of Neales 1895 Grant Book 17 Page 201 County Eyre

GALE, Thomas carrier Gulnare Plains Hundred of Pekina land grant 1882 Grant Book 13 Page 167 County Dalhousie

No 1

GALE, Timothy farmer Gawler Co Gawler. Hundred of Narridy land grant 1877[-1878] Grant Book 60 Page 253 County Victoria

GALE, Timothy farmer Pamatta 1884 Memorial 118/362

GALE, Wilfred Thomas farmer Woodside 1950 Woodside Institute Trustee Application 28770

No 1 - perhaps the same person

GALE, William farmer Morphett Vale 1848[-1853]. Enrolment 62/14

GALE, William farmer Goodwood Rd near Adelaide and Isabella Mary Ann Gale his wife 1870 Application 11157

GALE, William Charles farmer Crystal Brook 1887 Memorial 235/384

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

GALL, Charles gentleman Norwood 1875 Application 14193

GALL, Charles the Elder gentleman Norwood, died 27/9/1877 intestate. Husband of Ann Gall, of Norwood. Children - John Gall stockowner stockowner Tilly Swamp, Coolatoo, James Gall station manager Deniliquin NSW, Charles Gall the Younger station manager Mt Bryan, and Janet MCLEOD wife of Alexander McLeod gentleman Pt McDonald [MacDonnell?] Memorial 45/308

GALL, Ann widow Norwood 1878 Memorial 153/305

GALL, Charles manager Cantara Station linked with John Gall sheep farmer Cantara Station 1888 Memorial 83/389

GALL, Charles station manager Owen Springs Far North, 'because my abode is situated at a great distance from Adelaide', power of attorney to William POPE solicitor at present in parts beyond the sea, and Thoms POPE solicitor Eagle Chambers, Adelaide, to manage my SA business affairs 25/10/1889 Deposit 135/1889

No 1

GALL, Charles Grant and GALL, Laurence Charles horticulturalists Paracombe near Houghton 1953 Application 28939

GALL, Charles Grant horticulturalist Paracombe near Houghton linked with Laurence Charles Gall horticulturalist Paracombe near Houghton 1953 Memorial 197/527

GALL, Charles Grant orchardist Paracombe, died 7/9/1960 Monreith Hospital, Toorak Gardens. Husband of May Clara Pauline Gall. Father of Laurence Charles Gall orchardist Springside Paracombe 1971 Memorials 117/533 & 162/536

No 1

GALL, David printer North Adelaide 1850[-1853] Memorial 162/31

GALL, Winifred Mary widow North Adelaide, power of attorney to Ernest Gall ironmonger North Adelaide, to attend to her business interests 5/11/1888 Deposit 105/1888

GALL, Ernest ironmonger North Adelaide linked with Winifred Mary Gall widow North Adelaide 1888 Memorial 164/394

GALL, Gordon farmer and John Gall stockholder both of Cantara 1903 Memorial 180/447

GALL, James formerly gardener Aldgate Valley but now retired St Peters 1928 Memorial 94/500

No 1

GALL, John stockholder Tilley Swamp 1862[-1876] Memorial 293/184

GALL, John sheep farmer Cantara 1866 Memorial 156/210

GALL, John sheepfarmer Lacepede Bay Rosetown (Hundred of Lacepede) township allotment land grant 1877 Grant Book 29 Page 217 County MacDonnell

GALL, John of Coolatoo 1881 Memorial 85/332

GALL, John sheepfarmer Tilley Swamp Hundred of Duffield land grant 1884 Grant Book 46 Page 41 County MacDonnell

GALL, John sheep farmer Cantara The Coorong 1884[-1903] Memorial 139/363

GALL, John sheep farmer Cantara President of the Lacepede Bay Institute 1897 Application 28146

GALL, John sheepfarmer Cantara and Kingston S-E 1901 Memorial 193/444

GALL, John sheepfarmer Cantara linked with Annie Gall spinster Cantara 1903 Memorial 169/449

GALL, John sheepfarmer Cantara near Kingston S-E, donated 4 allotments in Kingston to become a recreational area called Gall Park 1908 Memorial 145/458

GALL, John stockowner formerly of Tilley Swamp 1877 but then of Cantara, died 10/12/1907 Kingston S-E. Husband of Anna Maria Gall. Estate worth £34,700 Memorial 107/496

No 1

GALL, John Charles sheep farmer of the Tatiara district 1884 Memorial 121/359

GALL, John Charles farmer Wongulla Murray River 1912 Memorial 236/466

GALL, John Charles farmer Paracombe 1920 Memorial 61/481

No 1

GALL, Joseph shepherd Mt Gambier 1859 Memorial 21/157

No 2

GALL, Joseph grazier Hundred of Duffield 1908[-1919] Memorial 145/458

GALL, Joseph and Murray sheep farmers Cantara 1929 Application 27770

GALL, Joseph grazier Barton Tce West, North Adelaide, died 21/5/1941. Husband of Kate Jamieson Gall Memorial 16/522

GALL, Joseph formerly grazier Cantara South-East now a bankrupt Adelaide, died 21/5/1941. His wife, Kate Jamieson Gall nee VENN widow Barton Tce, North Adelaide, died 1942 intestate. Beneficiaries of her estate included her sisters Effie Rose BURTON married woman Stansbury Rd, Yorketown, Helen Ida DUTTON married woman 63 Wattle St, Fullarton; Eveline Maud FOOTE married woman Kadina; and Dorothy Venn spinster masseuse North Tce, Adelaide. Also brothers: Frank Evans Venn grazier Murrin WA and Collin Herbert Venn clerk 1 Bent St, Sydney NSW. Also nephews Robert Dirrien Venn medical practitioner in the South African Armed Forces; Colin BURNS and Jeffrey Burns Glen Innes Vic. Also niece: Cora NAYLOR married woman Glen Innes Vic Application 29203

GALL, Murray grazier Kingston S-E 1924 Memorial 184/491

No 1

GALL, Richard stockholder Cantara 1899 Memorial 159/439

GALL, Richard stockholder Cantara Hundred of Waterhouse land grant 1900 Grant Book 50 Page 28 County Robe

GALL, Spence storekeeper Cantara 1903 Memorial 73/448

GALL, Thomas and Hermann OELRICH importers Adelaide (Rundle St). They leased pt TA 83 'a large room and water closet … lately occupied by Mrs POLE and used by her as a clothing factory' 1879[-1880] Memorial 202/318

No 1

GALL, TB clerk to Messrs WAY & BROOK solicitors Adelaide 1871[-1872] Memorial 151/252

GALL, Thomas Berry solicitor Adelaide 1877 Application 15814

GALL, Thomas Berry solicitor Adelaide 1878[-1880] Memorial 226/307

GALL, Thomas Berry solicitor Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of Tatiara land grant 1880 Grant Book 7 Page 8 County Buckingham

GALL, Thomas Berry solicitor Adelaide linked with William Lawrence Gall commercial traveller Adelaide and his wife Caroline Matilda Jessie Gall nee WILLIAMS 1908 Memorial 179/459

GALL, Thomas Berry solicitor Adelaide, died 24/8/1910. Husband of Mattie Gall Memorial 125/467

No 1

GALL, William Lawrence importer Adelaide and Matilda Jessie Gall his wife, formerly Caroline Matilda WILLIAMS spinster St Marys 1881 daughter of the late William Williams formerly gentleman Adelaide but now deceased, who died 17/8/1859 Memorial 124/365, Application 27185

GALL, William Lawrence storekeeper Melrose Hundred of Booleroo land grant 1886 Grant Book 24 Page 629 County Frome

GALL, William Lawrence commercial traveller Adelaide and Matilda Jessie Gall his wife. Parents of Muriel Williams Gall spinster Adelaide, Lawrence Watson Gall commission agent Adelaide, Margaret Amy Gall spinster Adelaide, Colin Watson Gall draper's assistant Adelaide and Thomas Berry Gall solicitor Adelaide 1908 Application 27185

GALL, Caroline Matilda Jessie widow Adelaide 1923 Application 27185

No 1

GALL, William Watson and Isabella BERRY widow storekeepers Adelaide (Rundle St) leased land in Hindley St 1851[-1852] Memorial 404/30

GALL, William Watson earthenware dealer Adelaide 1859 Memorial 188/160

GALL, William Watson earthenware dealer Adelaide and Mary Gall [nee Mary Berry] his wife 1864 Application 5038

No 1

GALLAGHER, Anthony labourer Adelaide 1866 Application 7082

GALLAGHER, Anthony labourer Adelaide 1886 Memorial 4/380

GALLAGHER, Charles Vincent blacksmith Hammond. Hammond township allotment land grant 1885 Grant Book 24 Page 736 County Frome

No 1

GALLAGHER, David farmer Para Plains 1853[-1858] Memorial 82/47

GALLAGHER, David farmer near Pt Gawler 1858 Memorial 49/137

GALLAGHER, Herbert Henry gardener Hectorville linked with Thomas Gallagher agent Hectorville 1914 Memorial 25/472

GALLAGHER, James and Martin labourers Hectorville 1874 Application 13863

GALLAGHER, James sheepfarmer formerly of Nelling Hoo Station but now of Kooringa 1915 Memorial 182/506

GALLAGHER, James dairyman Payneham 1900 Application 24104

No 1

GALLAGHER, James Henry sheep farmer Braemare near Kooringa 1905 Application 25046

GALLAGHER, James Henry sheepfarmer Aberdeen near Kooringa 1913[-1923] Memorial 75/469

GALLAGHER, James Henry pastoralist Aberdeen near Kooringa, died 14/7/1925 Memorial 147/494

No 1

GALLAGHER, Martin labourer Hectorville 1862[-1867] Memorial 269/182

GALLAGHER, Martin gardener Hectorville 1880 Application 18288

GALLAGHER, Martin gardener Hectorville, died 20/1/1896. His widow, Mary Gallagher, died 2/3/1901. Family by 1914, included Sidney Martin Gallagher clerk Johannesburg South Africa; Thomas Gallagher agent Adelaide and Herbert Henry Gallagher gardener Hectorville Memorial 93/479

GALLAGHER, Martin the Elder market gardener Hectorville, died 20/1/1896. He left his estate in trust for his wife, Mary Gallagher, to inherit in trust for life or during her widowhood, then portions of the real estate in trust for life to their children, James, Michael, Martin the Younger, and Bridget Gallagher, then absolutely in remainder expectant to the eldest son, or failing a son at all, to the eldest daughter. Mary Gallagher, died 2/3/1901 Hectorville, of heart disease, aged 65. Their son, Thomas Gallagher agent Hectorville, 1920 Application 26854

GALLAGHER, Rebecca Jean housewife Lyall Ave, Sringbank,, aged 62 in 1954, declared that she had lived in the area for 50 years Application 29071

GALLAGHER, Robert Henry gardener and Thomas Gallagher agent both of Hectorville 1914 Memorial 94/470

GALLARY, Simon Joseph tailor Fullarton 1877 Memorial 96/303

GALLAS, Edward William labourer Cudlee Creek 1921 Memorial 22/484

GALLASCH, Eduard Otto labourer Hahndorf. Trustee St Paul Lutheran Church Hahndorf 1899[-1905] Application 28657

GALLASCH, Friedrich Eduard farmer near Hahndorf. Trustee St Paul Lutheran Church Hahndorf 1926 Application 28657

No 1

GALLASCH, Herbert Edward factory manager Macclesfield 1947 Memorial 15/522

GALLASCH, Herbert Edward manager Macclesfield 1957 Memorial 151/531

GALLASCH, Johann Eduard gardener Grünthal. Trustee [St Paul] Evangelical Lutheran Church Hahndorf 1859 Memorial 191/154

GALLASCH, Theckla Ella spinster 14 Fashoda St, Unley 1942 Application 28318

GALLE, Carl schoolmaster Mt Gambier 1864 Memorial 206/199

No 1

GALLEY, George Miller draper and milliner Adelaide (Rundle St) 1851 Memorial 411/29

GALLEY, George Miller grocer Adelaide 1852 Memorial 449/40.

GALLEY, George Miller gentleman Adelaide (Rundle St) 1854 Memorial 220/74

GALLEY, George Miller formerly shipowner and draper but now agent Adelaide 1856 Memorial 64/110

GALLEY, GM commission agent Adelaide (47 King William St) 1857 Memorial 323/131

GALLEY, George Miller gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now of Norwood and Olivia Jane Galley his wife 1857 Memorial 139/113

GALLEY, GM secretary to the Permanent Land and Building Association of Adelaide 1859[-1869] Memorial 86/161

GALLEY, George Miller gentleman Adelaide 1861[-1862] Memorial 38/175

GALLEY, George Miller accountant Adelaide 1863 Memorial 131/189

GALLEY, George Miller agent Adelaide 1864 Memorial 246/198

GALLEY, George Miller agent Adelaide 1864 Application 5564

GALLEY, George Miller land agent Adelaide 1866 Memorial 68/214

GALLEY, George Miller accountant Adelaide 1866 Application 7152

GALLEY, George Miller accountant Norwood and Olivia Jane Galley his wife 1866 Application 7130

GALLEY, George Miller agent Norwood, about to leave the province, power of attorney to his wife, Olivia Jane GALLEY, to attend to his SA business affairs 2/10/1875. She in turn deputed her son, Charles Alexander GALLEY gentleman Norwood, to do the work 2/10/1875 Deposit 141/1876

GALLEY, George Miller gentleman Norwood, died 24/7/1876. He left his estate in trust and under other conditions to his wife, Olivia Jane Galley, his son, Charles Alexander Galley and the testator's brother-in-law, James Fitton OGDEN gentleman Hawthorn Vic. Daniel BATTAMS gentleman Adelaide another trustee Memorials 40, 226 & 238/294

GALLEY, George Miller died 24/7/1876. Personal estate and £40 to his wife. £20 to his son, Charles Alexander Galley, and £20 to his son-in-law, James Fitton OGDEN. The rest of the real estate and money to go into trust to provide an income for the widow for the rest of her life or widowhood, including raise the children until they reach the age of 21. Then the estate to be divided equally absolutely in remainder expectant amongst the children, the daughters to inherit free of control of any husband Deposit 141/1876

GALLEY, Joseph carpenter Adelaide (Pirie St) 1847 Memorial 27/10

No 1

GALLIFORD, James miner Wallaroo Mines. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1869 Grant Book 14 Page 73 County Daly

GALLIFORD, James miner Wallaroo Mines 1886 Memorial 133/381

No 1

GALLIMORE, John Reid gentleman Adelaide 1855 Memorial 238/94

GALLIMORE, John Reid of Auburn 1865 Memorial 274/208

GALLIVAN, Mortimer storekeeper Wilson Wilson [also known as Kanyaka Siding] (Hundred of Cudlamudla) township allotment land grant 1884 Grant Book 49 Page 167 County Newcastle

GALLOP, John Clerk to the Highercombe District Council Houghton, died 28/5/1925 North Adelaide. His £750 estate to his wife, Robenia Gallop. He had been born at Houghton on 13/10/1847. His wife was born at Houghton on 19/4/1857 Application 27462

No 1

GALLOWAY, Alexander miller formerly of Morphett Vale but now of Georgetown. Hundred of Bundaleer land grant 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 71 County Victoria

GALLOWAY, Alexander farmer Georgetown. Booyoolie (later part of Gladstone Hundred of Booyoolie) township allotment land grant 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 317 County Victoria

GALLOWAY, Alexander wheatbuyer Gulnare. Trustee unnamed School Hundred of Bundaleer Hundred of Bundaleer land grant 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 71 County Victoria

GALLOWAY, Alexander of Telowie 1880 Memorial 144/326

GALLOWAY, Benjamin painter and glazier Littlehampton 1853 Memorial 43/51

No 1

GALLOWAY, George shoemaker Mitcham 1851[-1853] Memorial 377/36.

GALLOWAY, George [formerly shoemaker Mitcham but now] gentleman Angaston 1874 Memorial 64/277

GALLOWAY, James farmer Morphett Vale 1847[-1870] Memorial 385/10, Application 281

GALLOWAY, William farmer Morphett Vale Co Adelaide. Hundred of Bundaleer land grant 1874 Grant Book 60 Page 71 County Victoria

GALPIN, George telegraph lineman Hundred of Nangkita land grant 1906 Grant Book 37 Page 18 County Hindmarsh

No 1

GALPIN, Hurtle John Thomas farmer Currency Creek and Annie Higgins Galpin his wife 1924 Memorial 199/490

GALPIN, Hurtle John Thomas farmer Currency Creek 1926[-1938] Memorial 123/494

GALPIN, Hurtle John Thomas farmer Currency Creek, died c1943. Father of Roy Bennett Fothergill Galpin and Thelma Jean Galpin Memorial 12/524

GALPIN, Annie Higgins married woman Currency Creek 1929 Application 27724

GALPIN, Annie Higgins married woman Currency Creek, died 28/9/1933 Victor Harbor Memorial 187/517

No 1

GALPIN, John labourer Willunga 1847[-1861] Memorial 150/8

GALPIN, John farmer Willunga 1856[-1862] Memorial 271/111

GALPIN, John Thomas farmer Tooperang via Finniss 1946 Memorial 44/520

No 1

GALPIN, Mary Ann married woman Goolwa 1923 Memorial 91/488

GALPIN, Mary Ann formerly married woman Goolwa but then widow Strathalbyn, died 27/7/1953. Mother of Arnold Howard Galpin engineer 48 Haig St, Netherby Memorials 122 & 130/

No 1

GALPIN, Rex Albyn storekeeper Goolwa 1947 Application 28538

GALPIN, Rex Albyn shop assistant formerly of Goolwa but now of Strathalbyn 1954 Memorial 20/529

GALPIN, Roy Bennett Fothergill farmer Currency Creek 1947[-1951] Memorial 26/522

GALT, Peter miller Allendale 1879 Memorial 163/319

GALVIN, Ellen widow Penola 1864 Memorial 320/195

GALVIN, Michael farmer Blyth Plains Hundred of Black Rock Plain land grant 1881[-1882] Grant Book 13 Page 109 County Dalhousie

GALVIN, Thomas dealer Little Adelaide, died c1897. Estate worth £820. Husband of Elizabeth Mary Galvin. Brother to Stephen Galvin farmer Black Rock Memorial 53/433

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

GALWAY, William builder Pt Adelaide 1851[-1855] Pt Adelaide Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee 1851 Memorial 22/73 Memorial 236/31

GALWAY, William gentleman Queenstown 1861 Memorial 169/179

GALWAY, William builder Queenstown 1863[-1868] Memorial 217/192

GALWAY, WIlliam the Elder builder Queenstown father of William Galway the Younger builder Queenstown and Margaret SAUNDERS widow Queenstown 1865 Memorials 201 & 202/204

GALWEY, Charles Edward 67 widower retired 7 Main Road, Torrens Park (Born Dublin Ireland. Father; John Edward Galwey) married Selma Emily Annie RECHNER 69 divorced home duties 118 Margaret St, North Adelaide (Born Savannah USW; Father; Johann Carl Conrad MAASS) on 24/3/1953 Lutheran Manse 371 Angas St, Adelaide FD KOEHNE officiating minister. Witnesses; Herbert PLAMBECK salesman 118 Margaret St, North Adelaide; Elsie Eveline Koehne home duties 371 Angas St, Adelaide Memorial 70/528 .

No 1

GALWEY, Henry farmer Mt Gambier 1867 Memorial 96/224

GALWEY, Henry farmer Penola Road near Mt Gambier and Ellen Galwey his wife 1886 Memorial 121/378

GALWEY, Henry farmer Penola Rd, Mt Gambier, died 2/6/1886. By 1892, the family was disposed thus: Ellen Galwey widow Mt Gambier, Arthur Benjamin Creagh Galwey labourer Mt Gambier, Sarah Galwey spinster Mt Gambier, Edward Galwey labourer Mt Gambier, William Galwey labourer Mt Gambier, St John Bowen Galwey labourer Kingart, James Arthur Galwey labourer Nangwarry, and Henry St John Galwey labourer Glenburnie Memorial 157/413

GALWEY, Henry of Mt Gambier died 1886. He left Section 639 Hundred of Gambier to his wife, Ellen Galwey, in trust for life, then to be divided into 6 portions - one for each of his children: William Galwey labourer Mt Gambier, Edward Galwey, James Arthur Galwey, St John Bowen Galwey, Sarah Galwey spinster Mt Gambier, and Arthur Benjamin Creagh Galwey. Ellen Galwey died 7/9/1911 Application 25966

No 1

GAMBLE, EN agent Adelaide (Grenfell St) 1877 Memorial 134/297

GAMBLE, Edward Newman agent Adelaide 1880[-1883] Memorial 83/326

GAMBLE, Edward Newman formerly agent Adelaide but now farmer Dimboola Vic 1896 Memorial 13/429

GAMBLE, F storekeeper Cradock 1883 Memorial 193/347

GAMBLE, Richard yeoma Morphett Vale 1845 Memorial 240/8

GAMBLE, Robert schoolmaster Narridy 1883 Memorial 210/350

GAMBLE, Thomas formerly labourer Wardlaw Vale near Belair now gardener Blackwood, aged 64 in 1928, declared that he had lived in the area from birth Application 27649

GAMBLING, Anna Maria married woman storekeeper High St, Strathalbyn, died 4/9/1912 North Adelaide. Estate worth £400. Her whole estate to go to her sister, Edith Frances OVERALL wife of Herbert Maslin Overall of Pirie St, Adelaide. However, a house in Percy Court off Gilbert St, Adelaide, to go in trust for life to AM Gambling's niece, Grace Media HUGALL, when she turned 21. Another house in Robert St, Adelaide, to another niece, Effie Lillian RALPH wife of Sidney Ralph carrier Yorke Peninsula in trust for life. Both houses to go to EF Overall absolutely in remainder expectant after the nieces died 1914 Application 26383

No 1 - probably the same person

GAMBLING, Ernest Henry customs and shipping agent Pt Adelaide 1904 Memorial 112/452

GAMBLING, Ernest Henry company director Adelaide 1931 Memorial 76/504

No 1

GAMBLING, Frank Allan carpenter Albert Park and Nellie Edith Gambling his wife linked with Horace Pound Gambling carpenter Dulwich and Caroline Pearl Gambling his wife 1918 Memorial 170/476

GAMBLING, Frank Allan formerly carpenter Albert Park but now yard foreman Pt Adelaide and Nellie Edith Gambling his wife linked with Horace Pound Gambling carpenter Dulwich and Caroline Pearl Gambling his wife 1919 Memorial 130/478

GAMBLING, Frank Allan formerly yard foreman Pt Adelaide but now retired South Tce, Adelaide 1950 Application 28715

No 1 - likely to be the same person or perhaps the Elder and the Younger

GAMBLING, John labourer Adelaide 1852 Memorial 122/42

GAMBLING, John wheelwright Adelaide (Sturt St) 1852 Memorial 120/42

GAMBLING, John wheelwright Norwood 1860 Memorial 203/174

GAMBLING, John formerly wheelwright Adelaide (Sturt St) 1852 but now carpenter Norwood 1872 Application 12177

No 1

GAMBLING, John Allen railway foreman Pt Adelaide 1894 Memorial 13/422

GAMBLING, John Allen railway inspector Pt Adelaide 1898 Application 23729

No 1

GAMBRELL, Thomas tailor Bowden 1841 Application 6704

GAMBRELL, Thomas the Elder m 4/3/1832 Smith St, Westminster, Middlesex, England, to Mary nee ?. Family consisted of two sons and two daughters - Thomas Gambrell the Younger, who died on the way out to SA aboard the ship Thomas Harrison, aged 4, Ann Gambrell, the second Thomas Gambrell the Younger, and Mary. Thomas Gambrell the Elder died 2/3/1843 Thebarton intestate. The second Thomas Gambrell the Younger inherited as heir at law. He was born at Bowden 17/1/1841, where his father was a tailor, and was baptised 11/4/1841 at Holy Trinity Adelaide (Rev’d CB Howard) Application 3165

GAMBRELL, Thomas the Younger Woodend Vic, as heir at law of Thomas Gambrell the Elder 1862 Application 3165

GAMBRELL, Thomas formerly the Younger farmer Hundred of Price 1886 Memorial 239/374

GAME, George carpenter Sheaoak Log 1857[-1858] Memorial 223/118

No 1

GAMEAU, John Edwin solicitor Tanunda 1851 Memorial 171/34

GAMEAU, John Edwin solicitor Gawler 1850[-1864] Memorial 24/28

No 1

GAMEAU, JJ clerk to JE Gameau solicitor Gawler 1850 Memorial 25/28

GAMEAU, John Joseph gentleman Gawler 1863 Memorial 253/170

GAMEAU, John Joseph gentleman formerly of Gawler but now of Montacute 1863 Memorial 148/191

GAMEAU, John Joseph dairyman Lichfield near Two Wells 1886 Memorial 14/380

GAMEAU, John Joseph farmer Two Wells 1889 Application 21655

No 1

GAMEAU, Thomas Edwin and Victor stockowners Montacute 1868 Memorial 114/227

GAMEAU, Thomas Edwin and Victor Gameau farmers Campbelltown 1873[-1881] Memorial 108/268, Application 18487

GAMEAU, Thomas Edwin gentleman Sydenham near Campbelltown 1882 Memorial 214/338

GAMEAU, Thomas Edwin and Victor nursery gardeners Clairville 1892 Memorial 218/414

GAMEAU, Mr gardener Mines Road, Campbelltown 1909 Application 25712

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

GAMLEN, Eli labourer North Adelaide 1849 Memorial 312/19

GAMLEN, Eli farmer North Adelaide 1853[-1855] Hundred of Belvidere land purchase Memorial 145/61

GAMLEN, Eli farmer near Kapunda 1860 Application 1542

GAMLEN, Eli farmer Bagot Gap near Kapunda 1864 Application 5581

GAMLEN, Eli the Younger farmer Bagot Gap Hundred of Coonatto land grant 1882 Grant Book 24 Page 805 County Frome

GAMLEN, Eli farmer Hundred of Yalpara 1885 Memorial 151/371

GAMLEN, Eli farmer Allendale North. Robert Charles Gamlen mentioned but not described 1892 Memorial 145/412

GAMLEN, Eli the Younger farmer Hammond 1893 Memorial 223/417

GAMLEN, Robert Charles of Belton. Eli and Frederick George Gamlen mentioned but not described 1891 Memorials 207 & 208/408

GAMLIN, Thomas labourer Littlehampton 1866 Application 7502

GANDY, Carew licensed victualler Walkerville 1888 Memorial 63/399

GANDY, Charles William Douglas publican Alma Hotel Norwood 1896 Memorial 27/429

No 1

GANDY, Edward of Norwood 1871 Memorial 4/256

GANDY, Edward market gardener near Burnside 1875 Memorial 161/282

GANDY, Edward agent Norwood 1891 Application 22088

GANDY, Edward Scott licensed victualler Goolwa 1880 Memorial 119/320

No 1

GANDY, George yeoman Thebarton 1839 Memorial 6/291

GANDY, George yeoman Thebarton 1839 Application 15184

GANDY, George brickmaker Thebarton 1839 Application 22391

GANDY, George brickmaker Thebarton 1840 Application 25744

GANDY, George licensed victualler Adelaide 1847 Memorial 236/52

GANDY, George of North Tce, Adelaide 1848 Memorial 171/12

GANDY, George [formerly of North Tce, Adelaide but now] brickmaker Thebarton 1848[-1853] Memorial 262/59

GANDY, George married Mary Ann CLARKE daughter of the late Joseph Clarke shoemaker Walkerville in December 1875. George Gandy died 30/9/1876 Memorial 37/326

No 1 - probably the same person

GANDY, William brickmaker Thebarton 1851 Memorial 376/31

GANDY, William gentleman North Adelaide 1888 Memorial 85/391

GANGELL, Frederic of Bendleby 1893 Memorial 220/417

GANGELL, Isaac farmer Oladdie 1891[-1896] Memorial 89/410

GANLEY, John farmer O'Halloran Hill 1866 Application 7466

No 1

GANLEY, Patrick farmer formerly of Belvidere Co Light, but now of near Kapunda 1863 Application 4424

GANLEY, Patrick farmer near Kapunda Co Light. Hundred of Yangya land grant 1878 Grant Book 60 Page 92 County Victoria

GANLEY, Thomas farmer Hundred of Wirreanda linked with Ellen Ganley widow Wirreanda 1891 Memorial 100/408

No 1 - perhaps the same person

GANLEY, William linked with Section 132 Hundred of Boolcunda 1885 Memorial 206/370

GANLEY, William grocer North Adelaide 1887 Memorial 92/384

GANN, John of Warooka 1886 Memorial 132/378

GANNON, John barman Adelaide (King William St) 1891 Memorial 247/411

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

GANNONI, Anonio labourer late of Encounter Bay, but now of Adelaide 1848 Memorial 307/11

GANNONI, Antonio the Elder cab proprietor High St, Kensington, died 6/9/1883. His family included; Mary Gannoni his wife, and Antonio Gannoni the Younger labourer Bathurst NSW, Samuel Gannoni labourer Kensington, Mary YOUNG wife of William Garland Young painter Adelaide, and Peter Gannoni cabinetmaker Kensington his children Memorials 8 & 9/364

GANNONI, Mary widow Kensington linked with Peter Gannoni undertaker Kensington 1898 Memorial 149/436

No 1

GANNONI, H undertaker's assistant Norwood 1904 Application 24844

GANNONI, H undertaker's son Norwood 1906 Application 25631

No 1

GANNONI, Peter undertaker Kensington 1885 Application 20779

GANNONI, Peter Assistant Registrar Births, Deaths & Marriages Payneham District 1890 Application 21965

GANON, James labourer Bowden 1878 Application 16815

No 1

GANT, Claudius farmer Hope Valley 1853 Memorial 436/52

GANT, Claudius Roberts sheep farmer Finniss Point Hundred of Gilbert 1864 Memorial 246/198

GANT, Claudius Roberts farmer The Gilbert 1867 Application 8576

GANT, Claudius Roberts sheep farmer Finniss Point near Hamilton 1868 Application 9527

GANT, James farmer Hamilton on the Light 1874 Memorial 5/272

No 1 - probably the same person

GAPP, Christopher farmer Enfield 1854[-1857] Memorial 391/69

GAPP, Christopher messenger Adelaide 1892 Memorial 39/413

GAPP, Joseph Christopher overseer Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of Roby land grant 1907[-1909] Grant Book 6 Page 21 County Buccleuch

No 1

GAPPER, George carpenter Bowden 1870 Memorial 1/250

Sawyer Bowden 1870 Memorial 99/250

GAPPER, George labourer Bowden and Annie Gapper his wife 1874 Memorial 58/276

GAPPER, Annie of Bowden wife of George Gapper labourer formerly of Bowden but who has not been heard of for the last four years and nine months 7/6/1880 Application 18042

GARARD, Samuel James labourer Yongala. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1910[-1919] Grant Book 13 Page 211 County Dalhousie

GARD, Edward licensed victualler Pt Adelaide son of Thomas Gard of Pt Adelaide, linked with John Edward Gard and Richard Thomas Gard gold miners California Gully near Bendigo Vic 1865 Memorial 43/207

GARD, Frederick W agent Pt Augusta 1886 Memorial 157/377

No 1 - perhaps the same person

GARD, John Edward and Richard Thomas Gard [sons of William Gard] gold miners California Gully near Bendigo Vic but at present in Adelaide 1870 - and Edward Gard gentleman (son of Thomas Gard) late licensed victualler Pt Adelaide but now at Avetone Giffard, Devon, England 1870. Nephews to Mary Gard 45 who married William Bennett MORFORD 39 on 28/8/1852 Freeman St Presbyterian Manse Adelaide? Minister: Rev'd Robert Haining. She left her nephews real estate on Beulah Rd, Norwood absolutely in remainder expectant, after her husband had enjoyed a life interest in trust in the property. JE Gard of the Bendigo gold fields had been a farmer at Spring Creek near Balhannah in 1866 Application 10777

GARD, John blacksmith Naracoorte 1878. Naracoorte Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee Application 16584

No 1

GARD, John Edward farmer near Millicent 1887 Memorial 236/382

GARD, John Edward labourer Furner Hundred of Kennion land grant 1900 Grant Book 31 Page 378 County Grey

No 1

GARD, Thomas shoemaker Adelaide (Rosina St) 1851 Memorial 312/32 Shoemaker formerly of Rosina St, but

now of Richmond 1851[-1853] Memorial 313/32

GARD, Thomas shoemaker Richmond 1852 Application 3359

GARD, Thomas shoemaker Cowandilla 1854[-1857] Memorial 112/62

GARD, Thomas shoemaker Adelaide 1855[-1856] Memorial 276/89

GARD, Thomas farmer Richmond 1855 Memorial 445/86

GARD, Thomas labourer Richmond and Mary Ann Gard his wife formerly Mary Ann MATHESON 1876 Memorial 179/293

GARD, Mary widow Twickenham near Penryn had lived in Twickenham for 33 years. She rented out allotments on which to graze cattle 1883 Application 19727

No 2

GARD, Thomas police constable Adelaide 1856 Memorial 163/96

No 3 - perhaps a continuation of No 2

GARD, Thomas licensed victualler Pt Adelaide 1863[-1867] Memorial 240/188, Application 5173

GARD, Thomas Esquire formerly of Pt Adelaide [now possibly of Kingsbridge, Devon, England - must have returned temporarily to SA in the mid-1870s] 1870 Memorial 115/247

GARD, Thomas Esquire formerly of Pt Adelaide [now possibly of Modbury, Devon, England] 1880 Memorial 73/355

No 1

GARD, William dairyman Adelaide 1848 Memorial 387/17

GARD, William [formerly dairyman Adelaide but now] farmer Section 5157 Hundred of Onkaparinga 1851 Memorial 12/36

GARD, William farmer Littlehampton 1863 Memorial 219/188

GARD, William farmer Mt Gambier, died c1886 intestate. Father of John Edward Gard farmer near Millicent Memorial 250/381

GARD, William dairyman Adelaide 1848 then farmer Section 5157 Hundred of Onkaparinga 1851 late farmer Mt Gambier, died 9/7/1886 intestate. Letters of administration to his son John Edward Gard farmer near Millicent 1918. Estate worth £500 Application 26729

GARD, William James carpenter Adelaide 1883 Application 19727

GARDAN, James millwright Melrose near Mt Remarkable 1863 Memorial 223/187

GARDEN, Archibald JP of Moorundee 1860[-1861] Memorial 210/170

No 1

GARDINER, Abram sheepfarmer Nangwarry near Penola, died 5/2/1902 of 5 days' brain concussion, aged 49 Memorial 177/450

GARDINER, Abram sheepfarmer Nangwarry, died c1905. Beneficiaries under the estate included; Isabella Gardiner, Robert William Gardiner, Ethel Marguerita Gardiner and Isabella Susan Gardiner all of Nangwarry Memorial 157/454

GARDINER, Abram Percival and Robert Melville Gardiner both stockholders Nangwarry linked with Isabella Susan Gardiner spinster Nangwarry 1905 Memorials 39 & 40/454

No 1

GARDINER, Albert Ernest and Reuben Gardiner of Mundoora 1895 Memorial 144/426

GARDINER, Albert Ernest farmer Mundoora. Hundred of Redhill land grant 1902[-1904] Grant Book 14 Page 380 County Daly

GARDINER, Arthur Faulkner surveyor Norwood 1897 Application 23351

No 1

GARDINER, Charles Lennox shipping agent's clerk Pt Adelaide 1872 Memorial 249/264

GARDINER, Charles Lennox architect the Semaphore 1877 Memorial 136/303

GARDINER, Charles Lennox contractor Semaphore 1875 Memorial 244/280

GARDINER, Charles Lennox of Saltia 1885 Memorial 16/366

GARDINER, Charles Lennox stockholder Saltia 1885[-1887] Memorial 96/387

GARDINER, Charles Lennox architect Semaphore 1898[-1912] Memorial 98/435, Application 24276

No 1

GARDINER, Edward police constable 1859 Memorial 162/148

GARDINER, Edward formerly police constable Adelaide 1860 Memorial 138/165

GARDINER, Edward teamster Adelaide 1865[-1868] Memorial 127/203

GARDINER, George butcher Pt Augusta 1867 Memorial 170/219

GARDINER, H butcher Walkerville 1898 Application 23704

No 1

GARDINER, James storekeeper Mitcham 1853[-1867] Memorial 111/57, Application 2577

GARDINER, James storekeeper Mitcham, died 10/3/1872, morbus cordis and dropsy, aged 64 Application 19613

No 1

GARDINER, John farmer [Signal Flat Upper] Finniss River 1857[-1865] Memorial 333/120

GARDINER, John farmer Signal Flat Upper Finniss 1865 Application 6439

GARDINER, John farmer Broughton Extension trustee Wesleyan Methodist Church Keilli 1876 Grant Book 14 Page 487 County Daly

GARDINER, John farmer [formerly of Signal Flat Upper Finniss but then of] Mundoora, died 28/12/1894. Husband of Jane Gardiner. Father of Edward Gardiner, Francis Gardiner, George Gardiner, Reuben Gardiner and Albert Ernest Gardiner. Executors: Nicholas John FRANCIS farmer Mundoora and John BLAKE farmer Mundoora Memorial 90/424

GARDINER, John farmer formerly of Signal Flat 1857 but then of Mundoora, died 28/12/1894 Application 23068

No 2

GARDINER, John labourer Happy Valley 1859 Memorial 119/151

GARDINER, John labourer Happy Valley 1861 Application 2259

No 3

GARDINER, John labourer Penola 1863 Memorial 9/251

GARDINER, John carrier Penola 1871 Memorial 240/252

No 4

GARDINER, John nurseryman Mt Gambier trustee School Mt Gambier Hundred of Blanche land grant 1867 Grant Book 30 Page 58 County Grey

No 4

GARDINER, John civil servant Adelaide 1898[-1904] Memorial 42/436

GARDINER, John Henry tailor Pt Adelaide 1895 Application 22908

GARDINER, Reuben farmer Mundoora. Hundred of Redhill land grant 1902[-1904] Grant Book 14 Page 380 County Daly

GARDINER, Richard surgeon Willunga 1851 Memorial 190/35

No 1

GARDINER, Robert Sergeant of the Royal Sappers and Miners Corps Adelaide 1847[-1854]. He invested much money in village allotments and broad acres near Adelaide Memorial 336/9

GARDINER, Robert sergeant Royal Sappers and Miners Corps. Hundred of Yatala land grant 1851 Grant Book 1 Page 64 County Adelaide

GARDINER, Robert gentleman Adelaide Hundred of Macclesfield land grant 1858 Grant Book 36 Page 356 County Hindmarsh

GARDINER, Robert gentleman Adelaide 1881 Application 18449

No 2

GARDINER, Robert stockholder Mt Schank. Hundred of Nangwarry land grant 1873[-1885] Grant Book 31 Page 149 County Grey

GARDINER, Robert sheep farmer Mt Schank 1875 Memorial 77/282

GARDINER, Robert Edward the Younger clerk Semaphore 1887 Memorial 79/387

GARDINER, Robert Melville overseer Mt Schank Station Hundred of Kongorong land grant 1885 Grant Book 31 Page 37 County Grey

GARDINER, Samuel labourer Happy Valley 1865 Application 6887

GARDINER, Walter labourer Happy Valley 1885[-1895] Application 20646, Application 22667

No 1

GARDINER, William miller Thebarton 1842[-1844] Memorial 294/1 GARDINER, William formerly miller Thebarton, but now licensed victualler Adelaide 1851 Memorial 347/32

No 1

GARDINER, William labourer Happy Valley 1869 Application 10060

GARDINER, William labourer Happy Valley and Lucy Gardener his wife formerly Lucy GILES. Linked with Mary Giles widow Morphett Vale, George Giles labourer Morphett Vale and Thomas Giles labourer Moonta 1889 Memorial 131/398

GARDINER, William Sedgwick of Adelaide 1890 Memorial 249/401

No 1

GARDNER, Abram and Robert Melville Gardner stockholders Nangwarry 1886 Memorial 166/379

GARDNER, Abram and Robert Melville Gardner sheep farmers Penola 1886 Memorial 162/379

GARDNER, Alexander farmer Hundred of Clinton 1887 Memorial 160/386

GARDNER, Alexander Gordon company director Glenunga 1932 Memorial 155/505

No 1

GARDNER, Andrew blacksmith Yankalilla 1867 Memorial 163/224

GARDNER, Andrew blacksmith Minlaton Minlaton township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 19 Page 195 County Fergusson

GARDNER, Andrew blacksmith Minlacowie trustee Hundred of Minlacowie land grant 1877 Grant Book 19 Page 253 County Fergusson

No 1

GARDNER, Daniel painter Adelaide 1850 Memorial 350/24

GARDNER, Daniel painter and glazier Pt Adelaide 1857[-1859] Memorial 82/128

GARDNER, Edward F clerk to RD HANSON solicitor Adelaide (King William St) 1849[-1850] Memorial 308/17

GARDNER, Flora married woman Millicent formerly Flora MCARTHUR spinster Millicent daughter of the late Neil McArthur formerly of OB Flat now deceased. Sister of Archibald McArthur tobacconist Mt Gambier 1901 Memorials 85 & 86/454

No 1

GARDNER, Frederick of Echunga 1853 Memorial 97/47

No 1 - perhaps the same person

GARDNER, Frederick, George, Walter, William and Wellington stockholders Ashbourne 1883 Memorial 163/348

GARDNER, Frederick of Wellington on the Murray 1904 Memorial 233/451

GARDNER, Frederick John farmer Monteith 1922. Husband of Florence Jane Gardner Application 27112

No 1

GARDNER, Gavin Forrest agent Adelaide 1878 Grant Book 18 Page 3 County Eyre

GARDNER, Gavin Forrest land and financial agent Adelaide Hundred of Baroota land grant 1885 Grant Book 24 Page 696 County Frome

GARDNER, Gavin Forrest of Adelaide liquidator of the SA Salt Company Ltd 1888 Memorial 228/394

GARDNER, Gavin Forrest mining manager Adelaide (King William St)

1888 Memorial 17/392

No 1

GARDNER, George, Walter, Wellington and William farmers Ashbourne 1881 Memorial 226/329

GARDNER, George, Walter, Wellington and William squatters Ashbourne 1881 Memorial 103/332

GARDNER, George, Walter and Wellington stock dealers Thombid near Willunga, carrying on business under the style or firm of Gardner Brothers 1884 Memorial 40/358

No 1

GARDNER, Henry the Younger of Strathalbyn 1860 Memorial 187/163

GARDNER, Henry farmer near Strathalbyn 1861 Memorial 251/176

GARDNER, Henry [the Younger] gentleman The Greenway near Strathalbyn 1865 Memorial 325/204

No 1

GARDNER, Jacob railway labourer Gawler South 1876 Memorial 46/442

GARDNER, Jacob railway labourer Gawler West, had died by 1901. Martha Cook, wife of Arthur Cook of the East End Market Adelaide, was the administratrix of the estate Application 24219

No 1

GARDNER, John farmer Magill 1853[-1858] Memorial 229/53

GARDNER, John farmer Magill and Susan Gardner his wife 1854 Memorial 11/256

GARDNER, John farmer [formerly of Magill but now of] Yankalilla 1862[-1865] Memorial 71/184

GARDNER, John farmer Yankalilla, died 26/9/1870. Husband of Susan Gardner of Yankalilla. Robert Gardner farmer Yankalilla described but relationship not stated Memorial 105/275

GARDNER, John the Elder farmer Yankalilla, died 26/9/1870. Huband of Susan Gardner. She could not write. His children - Jane TONKIN wife of John Charles Tonkin of Torrens Vale; Elizabeth COOTE wife of Harry Coote of Inman Valley; Andrew Gardner, Robert Gardner, John Gardner, Mary Gardner and Margaret Gardner 1922 Application 27112

GARDNER, John farmer Yankalilla, died 26/9/1870. All the real estate to go into trust for his wife, Susan Gardner, to get the income for life; then the real estate to be sold, after the youngest child turned 21, with special provisions if any of the sons wished to purchase any of the land. Trustees: the widow, Susan Gardner, William FERGUSSON miller Pt Wakefield; and William CROSSMAN farmer Adelaide. Estate worth £400 Enrolment 61/50

GARDNER, Susan widow Yankalilla linked with Robert Gardner farmer Fanny Side Farm [Yankalilla?] 1871 Memorial 178/255

No 2

GARDNER, John farmer Brighton 1853 Memorial 21/60

GARDNER, John died. His widow, Phoebe Gardiner, died 14/8/1890. Their family by 1891 was disposed as follows - Samuel Gardner farmer Hamley Bridge, Stephen Gardner fisherman Bath St, New Glenelg Frederick Gardner fisherman Point Malcolm Milang, Joseph Gardner miner Adelaide, Walter Gardner labourer Happy Valley, and Harriett PIERSON wife of George Pierson labourer Brighton South Memorial 238/411

No 3 - likely to be the same person

GARDNER, John minister of the Gospel Kensington 1853 Memorial 307/61

GARDNER, John Clerk in Holy Orders, normally of Queenscliffe Vic, but presently in SA 1889. It appears that he was also in SA in the 1850s Application 21729

No 4

GARDNER, John farmer Port Road 1867 Memorial 121/226

No 5

GARDNER, John of near Millicent 1890 Memorial 26/405

No 6

GARDNER, John baker Penola 1897 Application 23490

No 1

GARDNER, John Mayfield and GARDNER, William the Younger farmers East Wellington 1874 Application 13301

GARDNER, John Mayfield farmer Wellington on the Murray 1878 Memorial 147/310

GARDNER, John Mayfield gentleman Wellington on the Murray 1886 Memorial 199/379

GARDNER, John Mayfield gentleman East Wellington 1887 Memorial 193/386

GARDNER, John Mayfield gentleman formerly of Wellington on the Murray but now of Parkside 1890 Memorial 159/405

GARDNER, John William farmer Millicent 1891 Memorial 42/470

No 1

GARDNER, John Woodward railway packer Stockport 1899[-1916] Memorial 115/437

GARDNER, John Woodward retired railway packer Stockport 1929 linked with Joseph John Gardner labourer Stockport Application 27751

GARDNER, Michael shoemaker Adelaide 1870 Memorial 228/249

No 1 - likely to be the same person

GARDNER, Robert storkeeper Clinton 1881 Memorial 169/329

GARDNER, Robert storekeeper Price Price township allotment land grant 1884 Grant Book 20 Page 27 County Fergusson

GARDNER, Robert storekeeper Pt Price 1886 Memorial 241/378

No 2

GARDNER, Robert farmer Yankalilla 1874 Memorial 105/275

GARDNER, Robert farmer Fannyside Farm Yankalilla and Elizabeth Jane Gardner his wife, daughter of the late William NORSWORTHY the Elder formerly farmer Yankalilla but now deceased, inherited £250 under her father's will 1897 Application 23451

GARDNER, Robert farmer formerly of near Yankalilla but then of Penong St, Hyde Park, died 5/11/1919. Husband of Elizabeth Jane Gardner. Father of John William Gardner grazier Mockanger Cavendish Vic, Walter Gardner farmer Ninnes; Andrew Gardner; William Gardner; and Florence Jane Gardner Memorial 82/480

GARDNER, Robert farmer formerly of Yankalilla then late of Penong St, Hyde Park, died 5/11/1919. Estate worth £6,500. His wife, Elizabeth Jane Gardner, to have a life interest in trust in the estate, then to his children in equal shares. Children - John William Gardner grazier Mockanger Cavendish Vic, Walter Gardner farmer Ninnies, William Gardner no description and Florence Jane Gardner no description Application 27112

GARDNER, Robert Melville pastoralist Mt Gambier 1901 Memorial 71/444

GARDNER, Robert William clerk Newcastle NSW and Amy Ellen GARDNER nee ST GEORGE, power of attorney to Lucy Charlotte St George spinster Adelaide, to collect all money owing to AE Gardner from the will of William ST GEORGE licensed victualler Mt Remarkable 7/1/1884 Deposit 31/1884

No 1

GARDNER, Samuel of Bletchley 1872 Memorial 238/258

No 2

GARDNER, Samuel builder Norwood 1884 Memorial 194/357

No 1

GARDNER, Thomas Chell farmer Hundred of Tatiara 1885[-1889] Memorial 159/367

GARDNER, Thomas Chell farmer Bordertown. Hundred of Tatiara land grant 1899 Grant Book 7 Page 18 County Buckingham

No 1

GARDNER, William farmer Currency Creek 1844[-1850] Memorial 479/46

GARDNER, William farmer Pt Elliot 1854[-1858] Memorial 220/72

GARDNER, William farmer Encounter Bay 1858 Memorial 198/142

GARDNER, William farmer and auctioneer Chelville near Middleton 1869 Memorial 179/237

No 2

GARDNER, William miller East Auburn 1861 Memorial 322/177

No 3

GARDNER, William surgeon Adelaide 1876 Memorial 28/468

No 4

GARDNER, William farmer Hundred of Ninnes. Hundred of Ninnes land grant 1912[-1914] Grant Book 14 Page 302 County Daly

No 1 - perhaps the same person as William Gardner of Middleton

GARDNER, William Shakespeare grazier Ashbourne 1880 Application 18096

GARDNER, William Shakespeare farmer Woodlands near Queen's Own Town 1881 Application 23276

GARDNER, William Shakespeare farmer Queen's Own Town 1882[-1887] Memorial 206/340

GARDNER, William Shakespeare stockholder The Finniss 1885[-1892] Memorial 33/373

GARDNER, William Shakespeare (also known as William Gardner) stockowner Queen's Own Town 1888[-1898] Memorial 160/390

GARDNER, William Shakespeare farmer Queens Own Town Hundred of Kondoparinga land grant 1897 Grant Book 36 Page 252 County Hindmarsh

No 1

GARDTHAUSEN, Friedrich wine merchant Mt Gambier 1876 Memorial 196/321

GARDTHAUSEN, Friedrich cordial manufacturer Mt Gambier Tantanoola (formerly Lucieton Hundred of Hindmarsh) township allotment land grant 1879 Grant Book 31 Page 297 County Grey

GARDTHAUSEN, Friedrich wine merchant Mt Gambier. Likely he had some link 2424with the wine business of the late Friedrich Adolph REINECKE,for whose 24estate he was one of the trustees 1880 Application 17900.2424

GARDTHAUSEN, Fred cordial manufacturer Mt Gambier and Margaret Gardhausen his wife 1883 Memorial 49/354

GARDTHAUSEN, Friedrich cordial maker Mt Gambier and Margaret Gardthausen his wife 1885 Application 20483

GARE, Clara Ethel married woman Aberdeen 1929 Application 27736

No 1

GARE, Cornelius Wesley grazier Mt Bryan East 1909[-1921] Memorial 129/461

GARE, Cornelius Wesley grazier Mt Bryan East. Hundred of Hallett land grant 1911 Grant Book 8 Page 100 County Burra

GARE, Cornelius Wesley and Ivon Edward Gare both graziers Kooringa 1932 Memorial 98/506

GARE, Cornelius Wesley and GARE, Lewis Wesley Pinch graziers Kooringa 1933 Application 27904

GARE, Cornelius Wesley, GARE, Lewis Wesley Pinch and GARE, Ivon Edward graziers formerly of Mt Bryan East and Kooringa 1948 Application 28612

No 1

GARE, Edward farmer Mt Bryan Flat. Hundred of Hallett land grant 1880 Grant Book 8 Page 95 County Burra.

GARE, Edward farmer Hallett. Hundred of Hallett land grant 1884 Grant Book 8 Page 98 County Burra

GARE, Frank Marshall store assistant Lucindale 1891 Memorial 189/411

GARE, Lewis Wesley Pinch farmer and grazier Burra, aged 55 in 1955, declared that he had lived in the Burra district for more than 30 years. Linked with Cornelius Wesley Gare sheep farmer Burra, who died 10/8/1952 Application 28749

GARE, Maria Ann married woman Malvern 1904 Memorial 131/451

GARE, Samuel farmer near Naracoorte Hundred of Glen Roy land grant 1876 Grant Book 29 Page 285 County MacDonnell

No 1

GARE, William Hall 44 widower hairdresser Redruth (Born Mt Bryan; Father Edward Bernard Gare) m Clara Ethel REED 43 spinster home duties Redruth (Born Wandillah near Burra Father; Richard Reed) on 18/7/1917 Methodist Church Redruth. Witnesses; Clara BARTHOLOMAEUS home duties Aberdeen and SF Gare salesman Adelaide Memorial 146/504

GARE, William Hall grazier Burra North (formerly called Aberdeen) 1953 Application 28924

GARE, Clara Ethel married woman Redruth 1923 Memorial 118/487

No 1

GAREY, Edward coachman Adelaide Hundred of Yankalilla land grant 1861 Grant Book 37 Page 234 County Hindmarsh

GAREY, Edward coachman Adelaide Hundred of Stanley land grant 1865 Grant Book 56 Page 147 County Stanley

No 1

GAREY, George Daniel tailor Adelaide (Pirie St)1850[-1851] Memorials 77/27 & 17/32

GAREY, George Daniel tailor formerly of Pirie St, Adelaide but now of Melbourne St, North Adelaide 1854 Memorial 1/65

No 1 - reconcile this name

GARGAN, Thomas constable Adelaide 1838 Application 14276.2525

GARGEN, Thomas constable Adelaide 1838 Application 10159

No 1

GARIE, James gentleman Alberton 1849 Memorial 475/17

GARIE, James tide waiter Pt Adelaide 1851 Memorial 60/29

GARIE, James gentleman Melbourne Vic 1853 Memorial 408/62

GARIE, James gentleman formerly of Alberton but now of Queenstown 1857 Memorial 33/120

No 2

GARIE, James labourer Gawler 1871 Application 11504

GARIE, John grocer Bowden 1876 Memorial 16/297

No 1
GARISH, Robert farmer and grazier Pine Forest 1850 Memorial 183/20 Labourer Pine Forest near Adelaide 1853 Memorial 332/52 Farmer and grazier Pine Forest 1854 Memorial 132/73

GARISH, Robert labourer Enfield. Hundred of Onkaparinga land grants 1858 Grant Book 1 Page 171 County Adelaide

GARISH, Robert labourer Enfield 1866 Memorial 164/281

GARLAND, Archelaus of Bowden. All his estate to his wife, Mary Garland, in trust for life, then to his children in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant. Mrs Garland and Absolom HUNT mason Bowden, the executors. A Hunt the sole trustee 16/5/1851 Deposit 123/1870.

GARLAND, Arthur Charles Thomas SA manager Rosenfeld * Co Pty Ltd (incorporated in NSW), Worando Buildings, Grenfell St, Adelaide 1918 Application 26700

GARLAND, Catherine widow Payneham, administratrix of the estate of the late William FARMER of Moonta Mines 1882 Application 19126

GARLAND, Charles accountant Adelaide (56 King William St) 1866 Memorial 78/221

GARLAND, Edward labourer Adelaide 1881 Application 18486

GARLAND, Isaac gardener Wellington 1902 Application 24467

GARLAND, Samuel mining captain Muccaleena Far North 1864 Memorial 117/198

No 1

GARLICK, Daniel farmer Adelaide 1852 Memorial 20/47

GARLICK, Daniel of Uley on the Para Plains 1854 Memorial 268/63

GARLICK, Daniel architect Uley 1859 Munno Para East District Councillor Memorial 231/158

GARLICK, Daniel of Gresham Chambers, Adelaide 1862 Memorial 177/185

GARLICK, Daniel of Uley, Gawler Hills Munno Para. Uley Particular Baptist Chapel trustee 1865 Memorial 81/206

GARLICK, Daniel farmer Uley 1871 Memorial 41/256

GARLICK, Daniel architect North Adelaide 1877 Memorial 138/304

GARLICK, Daniel architect Adelaide 1880 Memorial 209/327

GARLICK, Daniel architect Adelaide 1892 Application 22430

No 1

GARLICK, Moses plasterer Adelaide 1838 Application 9337

GARLICK, Moses timber merchant North Adelaide 1850 Memorial 494/22

GARLICK, Moses gentleman Uley 1854 Memorial 162/75

GARLICK, Moses farmer formerly of North Adelaide but now of Munno Para 1857 Memorial 300/126

GARLICK, Moses gentleman Uley, Gawler Hills Munno Para 1865 Memorial 81/206

GARLICK, Moses Bendle land owner Munno Para 1851 Memorial 158/34

GARLICK, Samuel farmer Adelaide 1854 Memorial 141/63

No 1

GARLICK, Thomas storekeeper Smithfield 1860[-1867] Memorial 72/167, Application 1880

GARLICK, Thomas farmer Uley, Gawler Hills Munno Para. Uley Particular Baptist Chapel trustee 1865 Memorial 81/206

GARLICK, Thomas storekeeper formerly of North Adelaide but now of Smithfield 1868 Memorial 69/233

GARLICK, Thomas storekeeper formerly of Smithfield but now of Melbourne Vic 1874 Memorial 52/275

GARLICK, Thomas B Second Clerk Colonial Treasury 1843 Memorial 440/2

No 1

GARLICK, William farmer Country Section 426 near the Half Way House, Port Road 1842 Memorial 207/2

GARLICK, William gentleman, late of North Adelaide, but now for a time in Gympie Qld, power of attorney to John Garlick PITCHER Manager of the ES & A Bank, Kapunda, and Martha GARLICK wife of William Garlick, to manage his SA business affairs while he was absent 26/10/1868 Deposit 64/51

GARLICK, William formerly of Adelaide but now in parts beyond the seas 1869 and Martha Garlick his wife formerly Martha SMITH widow of Matthew Smith formerly gentleman Highgate who died in November 1858 Memorial 193/277

GARLICK, Martha widow formerly of North Adelaide but then of Little Adelaide, died 6/11/1894. Mother of William Moses Garlick, Harry Bindle Garlick and Dora Garlick Memorial 113/423

GARNER, Arthur Melbourne Vic and James Cassius WILLIAMSON Sydney NSW theatre lessees, power of attorney to Charles LYONS and Charles Sydney LEADER agents Adelaide, to collect moneys owing on properties taken out on mortgage and perform other business transactions as may be necessary 9/4/1888 Deposit 32/1888

GARNETT, George Henry artist Clare 1923 Application 27143

No 1

GARNETT, Jane widow Willowie 1890 Memorial 88/402

GARNETT, Jane widow Kapunda 1893 Memorial 99/417

GARNETT, John Philip chartered accountant 22 Booth St, Manchester, Lancs, England, JOHNSON, William Henry manufacturer 24/26 Lever St, Manchester, Lancs, England, and George Lindsay JOHNSON doctor of medicine Cortina Netherhall Gardens, Hampstead, Middlesex, England, executors for the will of Emma Mary EVANS widow late of Silverdale, Lyndhurst Gardens, Hampstead, Middlesex, England, who died 19/1/1892. Power of attorney to James Angas JOHNSON gentleman Adelaide, to attend to her estate in SA, particularly in regard to the estate of the late George Fife ANGAS, and to manage the properties for the executors 25/5/1892 Deposit 76/1892

No 1

GARNETT, Mary Theresa Edna married woman Wilmington 1929 Application 27728

GARNETT, Mary Teresa Edna married woman Wilmington, died 29/12/1939 Memorial 77/514

GARNETT, Thomas stuff merchant Bradford, Yorks and ADDISON, John stuff manufacturer Bradford, Yorks, executors for the will of William Brook ADDISON Esquire 3 Litfield Place, Clifton, Glos, deceased. Power of attorney to Lavington GLYDE wool broker and general merchant Adelaide, to manage land in Milang, Wellington and Pt Wakefield and elsewhere belonging to the estate 26/3/1885 Deposit 128/1887.

No 1

GARNHAM, Ann widow New Tiers 1859 Memorial 331/152

GARNHAM, Ann widow Adelaide 1871 Memorial 250/251

No 1

GARNHAM, George yeoman Plympton 1851 Memorial439/28

GARNHAM, George labourer formerly of Plympton but now of The Tiers 1852 Memorial 245/39

GARNHAM, George labourer New Tiers 1855[-1857] Memorial 458/89

GARNHAM, George of the New Tiers, died 1/11/1858 intestate. His widow, Ann Garnham, and his heir at law, his eldest son, William Garnham gardener, both lived in Adelaide by 1871 Memorial 250/251

GARNHAM, George married Ann KITNEY on 7/7/1832 Detlinng, Kent, England. 1 son and 11 daughters of the marriage. 8 daughters either still born or died in infancy. Surviving daughters called Ann, Fannyt and Alice Garnham. The only son called William Garnham, born 9/2/1850 Plympton SA, where his father, George Garnham, was a farmer. The family emigrated to SA. George Garnham labourer New Tiers died 1/11/1858 intestate. His only son, William Garnham, by 1871, a gardener Adelaide, inherited his estate as heir at law Application 18775

No 1

GARRAGHAN, Miles farmer Little Para 1855 Memorial 323/80

GARRAGAN, Miles farmer Para Plains 1856 Memorial 338/109

GARRIGAN, Miles farmer Para Plains 1858 Memorial 130/138

GARRIGAN, Miles farmer Dry Creek 1858 Memorial 189/143

GARRAN, Andrew Esquire Adelaide 1855[-1859] Memorial 341/80

No 1

GARRARD, Alice widow Mintaro, died 27/12/1939 Clare. Mother of Vera Annie BASS married woman Rhynie, Florence Isabel SEDGMAN married woman 62 Queen St, Peterborough, and James Garrard no description Memorial 150/514

GARRARD, Alice widow [of George Garrard poundkeeper???. He died in 1938] Mintaro, died 27/12/1939 Clare. She left her estate in equal shares to her daughters, Vera Annie BASS married woman formerly of Rhynie (now of 184 Unley Rd, Unley 1962), born 20/2/1906, and Florence Isabel SEDGMAN married woman formerly of 62 Queen St, Peterboroug (now of 77 Davenport Tce, Hilton), born 20/6/1908 Pt Lincoln. Mrs Garrard also had a son, James Garrard quarry foreman Mintaro. George and Alice Garrard owned a triangular shaped piece of land, consisting of 3 blocks (lots 65, 66, 67), in Mintaro, where the township pound used to be Application 29455

No 1

GARRARD, Arthur John farm labourer Mintaro 1925[-1927] Memorial 178/492

GARRARD, Arthur John farmer Auburn 1946 Memorial 134/520

No 1

GARRARD, Robert Henry mason Aberdeen near Kooringa 1924[-1932] Memorial 38/491

GARRARD, Robert Henry mason Burra (formerly Aberdeen) 1951 Application 28786

GARRATT, Edward farmer Pt Lincoln Hundred of Lincoln land grant 1879 Grant Book 21 Page 46 County Flinders

GARRATT, Job married Mary nee ORVEL on 31/7/1822 Trowbridge Church, Wilts, England. The Garratts emigrated to SA. Job Garratt farmer The Sturt, died 4/6/1845 intestate, and buried in St Mary's Churchyard The Sturt. Children of that marriage included Louisa Garratt aged 27 in 1851, The heir at law, Simeon Garratt. died 10/2/1844 The Sturt, intestate and unmarried, John Garratt the present heir at law, born 24/2/1827 Trowbridge (by then the family had become Baptist), and William Garratt now of The Sturt, aged 14, in 1851. Mary Garratt remarried 4/6/1849 St John’s Adelaide, to William Thomas Brown BALES carpenter Sturt River Application 16734

No 1

GARRATT, John carter Walkerville 1849 Memorial 318/15

No 2

GARRATT, John labourer Sturt River, eldest surviving son and heir at law of GARRATT, Job farmer Sturt River deceased who died intestate. 1850 Memorial 419/28

No 3

GARRATT, John gentleman Adelaide 1851 Memorial 463/33

No 1

GARRATT, Samuel Beattie merchant Adelaide 1839. He had become a bankrupt by 1843 Memorials 187/103 & 43/3

GARRATT, Emma widow formerly of Adelaide but now of Sydney NSW 1877[-1899] Memorial 95/299

GARRATT, William formerly out of business but now hotelkeeper Austral Hotel Adelaide 1925 Memorials 3, 5, 7/493

GARRETT, Alwyn accountant Colonial Bank of New Zealand Ophir, Otago, power of attorney to Edward Tucker HOWELL Clerk in Holy Orders Pt Elliot, to manage his SA business affairs 9/6/1888 Deposit 98/1888

No 1 - perhaps the same person

GARRETT, Donald of Willochra Co Frome 1885 Memorial 205/371

GARRETT, Donald of Boolcunda Co Newcastle 1885 Memorial 202/372

GARRETT, Donald farmer Gordon trustee unnamed Chapel Hundred of Kanyaka Hundred of Kanyaka land grant 1894 Grant Book 49 Page 71 County Newcastle

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

GARRETT, Donald farmer Auburn 1904 Memorial 154/451

No 1

GARRETT, Edward farmer Pt Lincoln 1866[-1875] Memorial 22/209

GARRETT, Edward formerly farmer but now storekeeper Pt Lincoln 1872. Husband of Isabella Garratt Application 25650

GARRETT, Edward farmer Happy Valley near Pt Lincoln 1875 Application 14090

GARRETT, Edward stockowner Pt Lincoln, died 18/9/1883. He left real estate to his wife, Isabella Garrett, for life, then to his two granddaughters, Elvira and Isabella GIFFEN, daughters of the late John Giffen the Younger labourer Pt Lincoln. Land for his daughter Mary FOLLETT wife of Walter Follett mason Pt Lincoln. Land to his youngest daughter, Isabella HAYWARD wife of Charles Hayward. The rest of his personal and real estate to his wife, Isabella Garrett. Executors: John ANDERSON storekeeper Pt Lincoln and Joseph SAWYER stockowner Pt Lincoln. Estate worth £2,150 Application 24532

GARRETT, Edward stockowner Pt Lincoln, died 18/9/1883. He left his estate in trust for life to his widow, Isabella Garrett, who died 4/10/1894. Elvira GIFFEN wife of John James Giffen of Pt Lincoln to inherit the estate absolutely Memorial 141/433

GARRETT, Edward stockowner Pt Lincoln, died 18/9/1883. His widow, Isabella Garrett, died 4/10/1894. Grandparents of Isabella GIFFEN born 20/8/1876 Memorial 235/446 & RPA Search 543

No 1

GARRETT, Ernest Edwin agent Pt Lincoln 1913 Memorial 189/468

GARRETT, Ernest Edwin clerk of the DC of Pt Lincoln 1913 Application 26268

GARRETT, Ernest Edwin Town Clerk to the Corporation of Pt Pirie 1926 Application 27441

GARRETT, Ernest Edwin formerly town clerk Pt Pirie but then out of business Kenneway St, Tusmore, died 27/9/ 1946 Adelaide. Husband of Jessie Garrett. Father of Eva MAY Memorial 185/525

GARRETT, George farmer Pt Lincoln 1865[-1866] Memorial 29/204

GARRETT, Isabella widow Pt Lincoln 1892 Memorial 92/413

No 1

GARRETT, John farmer Walkerville 1850 Memorial 53/28

GARRETT, John labourer Walkerville 1852 Memorial 112/48

No 2

GARRETT, John farmer Gumeracha 1851 Memorial 227/31

No 3

GARRETT, John carpenter Tea Tree Gully 1855 Memorial 24/89

No 4

GARRETT, John of Rapid Bay 1877 Memorial 223/300

GARRETT, John farmer formerly of Rapid Bay but now of Kangarilla 1879 Memorial 37/317

No 5 - perhaps the same person

GARRETT, John butcher Pt Lincoln 1890 Application 21946

GARRETT, John Edward butcher Pt Lincoln 1905 Memorial 247/453

GARRETT, John Edwin hotelkeeper Mt Bryan, died 18/7/1912. Husband of Annie Maria Garrett Memorial 34/502

GARRETT, Joseph stone mason Pt Lincoln 1851 Memorial 412/29

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

GARRETT, Richard farmer Angas Park 1851 Memorial 24/35

GARRETT, Richard the Elder and GARRETT, Richard the Younger farmers Angas Park 1852[-1856] Memorial 264/42

GARRETT, Richard the Elder farmer Angas Park 1856 Application 11696

GARRETT, Richard farmer near Tanunda 1854 Memorial 40/78

GARRETT, Richard the Younger farmer Rocky Valley [near Tanunda] 1865 Memorial 32/252

GARRETT, Richard the Younger farmer land scrub near Tanunda, died 1/3/1866, of phthisis, aged 39, leaving his estate in trust for the benefit of his wife, Marian Garrett nee THORNCROFT, and family. William BROCK farmer St Kitts one of the trustees. Shortly after Richard Garrett’s death, Marian Garrett married Gottlieb MORUSHKE, ‘who shortly thereafter deserted her and left this province’ Applications 11285 and 11696

GARRETT, Richard the Younger farmer near Tanunda, died c1866. He left his entire estate in trust for his wife, Marian Garrett nee THORNCROFT, during her widowhood, and then to his children in equal shares absolutley in remainder expectant Memorial 231/210

GARRETT, Richard the Elder farmer Rocky Valley near Angaston, died 4/11/1877, of marasmus senilis, aged 73. Father of C Garrett of Rocky Valley Application 20974

GARRETT, Richard [the Elder?] farmer Tanunda 1879 Memorial 179/315

GARRETT, Thomas wheelwright Langhorne Creek, died 5/8/1903. Husband of Eliza Garrett. Allan Thomas Garrett wheelwright Narracoorte 1909 belonged to this family. Daughters mentioned but not named Memorial 197/461

No 1

GARRETT, William farmer Section 291 Hundred of Kapunda 1866[-1868] Memorial 251/209

No 2

GARRETT, William licensed victualler Pt Lincoln 1868 Memorial 179/234

GARRETT, William licensed victualler Pt Lincoln, became a bankrupt in 1870 Memorial 80/247

GARRETT, William publican Pt Lincoln 1882 Memorial 74/341

GARRETT, William publican Pt Lincoln 1883 Application 19920

No 3

GARRETT, William of Ninth St, Bowden 1881 Application 18832

No 4

GARRETT, William farmer Laura Hundred of Appila land grant 1884 Grant Book 24 Page 511 County Frome

No 5

GARRETT, William farmer Boolcunda 1885 Memorial 30/369

GARRETT, William Lucas storekeeper Pt Lincoln 1905 Memorial 104/453, Application 25086

GARREY, James stableman Ann St, Stepney 1896 Application 23140

GARRICK, Catherine widow Semaphore 1894 Memorial 154/422

GARRIE, George leased pastoral land [probably in the Mosquito Plains area] from the Crown 1851[-1856] Run No 164 of 1851 Memorials 174 & 175/105

GARRINGTON, Zealian brassfinisher Norwood Park 1885 Application 20461

GARROD, Harrold James Vesey undertaker Stirling West, aged 77 in 1956, declared that he had lived his whole life in the area Application 29235

GARROD, James carpenter Stirling West 1920 Memorial 182/480

GARRY, Edward coachman Adelaide, power of attorney to his brother James Garry, to manage his SA business affairs 13/1/1865 Deposit 107/1866

No 1

GARRY, John householder Adelaide 1859 Memorial 61/157

GARRY, John labourer Adelaide 1868 Memorial 155/232

GARSED, W bank manager Kapunda 1873 Memorial 35/268

No 1

GARSED, William gentleman Adelaide and Elizabeth Garsed nee FISHER his wife 1855 Memorial 478/87

GARSED, William gentleman Adelaide 1856 Memorial 138/102

GARSED, William gentleman formerly of Adelaide 1853 but now of Norwood 1865 Application 6696

GARSED, William gentleman Norwood and Elizabeth Garsed his wife 1859 Application 217

No 1

GARSIDE, Thomas gentleman North Adelaide 1853[-1854] Memorial 375/48

GARSIDE, Thomas gentleman Adelaide and Frances Garside his wife. Links with Jonathan CROWTHER gentleman Halifax, Yorks, England 1854 Memorial 238/209

GARSIDE, Thomas gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now of Geelong Vic 1855 Memorial 238/209

GARTERY, Walter storeman West Croydon. Findon Methodist Church trustee 1923 Memorial 14/487

GARTH, William plumber Adelaide 1858[-1863] Memorial 4/138

GARTLAND, Edward labourer Adelaide 1853 Memorial 375/48

GARTRELL, Arthur Henry butcher Willaston 1900 Application 24048

GARTRELL, Benjamin clerk Yankalilla 1872 Memorial 1/261

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

GARTRELL, Edward miner formerly of Mt Barker 1852 Memorial 304/41

GARTRELL, Edward farmer Nairne 1855[-1860] Memorial 2/87

GARTRELL, Edward the Elder miner Nairne 1866 Memorial 188/208

GARTRELL, Edward the Younger miner Nairne 1866 Memorial 188/208

GARTRELL, Edward the Elder and Younger miners Kanmantoo 1865 Memorial 93/217

No 1

GARTRELL, Edwin farmer Roseworthy. Roseworthy Primitive Methodist Chapel trustee 1865 Memorial 56/208

GARTRELL, Edwin farmer Roseworthy 1870 Application 10457

GARTRELL, Edwin farmer Roseworthy linked with Henry Gartrell farmer Black Rock near Pekina 1875 Memorial 71/282

GARTRELL, Edwin farmer Roseworthy 1878 Memorial 49/307

GARTRELL, Edwin farmer Roseworthy Co Gawler. Hundred of Black Rock Plain land grant 1880 Grant Book 13 Page 106 County Dalhousie

No 2

GARTRELL, Edwin butcher Pt Adelaide 1882 Application 19369

GARTRELL, Elizabeth widow Adelaide 1853[-1881] Memorial 229/56

GARTRELL, Francis licensed victualler Miner's Arms Glen Osmond 1853 Memorial 104/60

No 1

GARTRELL, Henry farmer Roseworthy - Primitive Methodist Connexion member 1863 Memorial 328/190

GARTRELL, Henry farmer Roseworthy. Roseworthy Primitive Methodist Chapel trustee 1865 Memorial 56/208

GARTRELL, Henry farmer Gawler 1865 Memorial 292/206

GARTRELL, Henry farmer Roseworthy 1871 Memorial 229/254

GARTRELL, Henry farmer Roseworthy Co Gawler. Hundred of Pekina land grant 1879 Grant Book 13 Page 159 County Dalhousie

No 2 – perhaps a continuation of No 1

GARTRELL, Henry stockholder and farmer Pekina 1876 Grant Book 13 Page 132 County Dalhousie

GARTRELL, Henry farmer Black Rock near Pekina 1877[-1878] Memorial 113/299

GARTRELL, Henry farmer Wepowie trustee Hundred of Walloway Cemetery 1877 Grant Book 13 Page 218 County Dalhousie

No 1

GARTRELL, James clerk Kent Town 1869 Application 10280.

GARTRELL, James merchant Adelaide Co Adelaide. Orroroo (Hundred of Walloway) township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 13 Page 137 County Dalhousie

GARTRELL, James merchant Adelaide in partnership with Gilbert and Peter WOOD 1879 Memorial 18/318

GARTRELL, James grocer Adelaide Co Adelaide. Pt Germein (Hundred of Telowie) township allotment land grant 1879 Grant Book 24 Page 684 County Frome

GARTRELL, James grocer Adelaide 1887[-1890] Memorial 64/387

GARTRELL, James merchant Kent Town 1881 Application 18920

GARTRELL, James gentleman Adelaide, about to leave the province for a time, power of attorney to his brother John Henry Gartrell gentleman Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs, with power of deputy to Peter WOOD merchant Adelaide 12/5/1883 Deposit 216/1883

No 1 – perhaps the same person

GARTRELL, John licensed victualler Gawler Belt near Gawler 1879 Memorial 62/324

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

No 1

GARTRELL, John Henry draper Adelaide 1873[-1885] Memorial 245/266

GARTRELL, John Henry warehouseman Adelaide 1890 Memorial 211/401

GARTRELL, John Henry agent Adelaide 1896 Memorial 98/429

No 1

GARTRELL, William Henry miner Burra Mine 1849[-1850] Memorial 142/22 Hundred of Munno Para land grant 1850 Memorial 342/64

GARTRELL, William Henry formerly miner Kooringa but now farmer Hundred of Mudla Wirra 1856[-1858] Memorial 194/95

GARTRELL, William Henry farmer One Tree Hill 1852[-1855] Memorial 135/82

GARTRELL, William Henry farmer Little Para 1855 Memorial 96/105

GARTRELL, William Henry farmer Roseworthy 1858 Mudla Wirra District Councillor and Ashwell District School trustee Memorial 57/152

GARTRELL, William Henry farmer formerly of One Tree Hill but now of the Hundred of Mudla Wirra 1860 Memorial 190/164

GARTRELL, William Henry farmer Roseworthy - Primitive Methodist Connexion member 1862[-1863] Memorial 329/190

GARTRELL, William Henry farmer Roseworthy, died c1863. He left estate to his wife, Grace Gartrell, his eldest daughter, Elizabeth Gartrell, his sons Henry Gartrell and Edward Gartrell and his nephew, William Pascoe Gartrell. Grace Gartrell to be the executor of the estate and the guardian of the infant children of the marriage Memorial 32/192

GARTRELL, Grace widow Roseworthy 1867 relict of the late William Henry Gartrell formerly farmer Hundred of Mudla Wirra but now deceased Application 8371

No 1

GARVEY, Thomas labourer Allen Creek near Kapunda Co Light Hundred of Upper Wakefield land grant 1861 Grant Book 56 Page 126 County Stanley

GARVEY, Thomas labourer Watervale 1866 Memorial 144/216

GARVEY, Thomas farmer Watervale Co Stanley Hundred of Cameron land grant 1874 Grant Book 14 Page 436 County Daly

GARVEY, Thomas farmer Lochiel 1887[-1889] Memorial 168/383

GARVEY, Thomas farmer Lochiel Hundred of Cameron, died 15/3/1891. Husband of Mary Garvey. Father of Mary Garvey known as Sister Mary Felicitas of the Sisters of St Joseph, Ellen GREEN wife of Joseph Green farmer Hundred of Everard, Catherine HEWISH wife of Walter Hewish of Strangways, Elizabeth KELLY wife of Joseph Kelly of the Hundred of Everard, and Anna Garvey spinster Lochiel. Estate worth £1,300 Memorial 180/466

GARVEY, Thomas farmer Lochiel, had died by 1904. Executors – Patrick Aloysius ENRIGHT RC clergyman Kadina and Francis Theodor BICKHOFF farmer Snowtown Grant Book 15 Page 33 County Daly

GARWOOD, Alexander Alfred farmer formerly of Paris Creek now of Stathalbyn 1921, declared that he was a son of the late George Daniel Garwod farmer Paris Creek, and Sophia Jane Garwood, his wife. Children; George Albert Garwood, Louis Andrew Garwood, AlexanderAlfred Garwood, Clara Grace Garwood, Alice Margaret Garwood, Frederick John Garwood, Lloyd Melville Garwood and Louisa Elizabeth Garwood Application 26913

No 1

GARWOOD, George labourer Unley 1851[-1857] Memorial 88/31

GARWOOD, George farmer Section 1920 Hundred of Kondoparinga 1858 Memorial 152/147

GARWOOD, George farmer formerly of Unley but now of Bull Creek 1861 Memorial 333/179

GARWOOD, George Daniel farmer Paris Creek, died 24/7/1886. His widow called Sophia Jane Garwood of Paris Creek near Strathalbyn. Probably their sons - Alexander Alfred and Lewis Andrew Garwood farmers Paris Creek 1887 Memorial 115/387

GARWOOD, George Daniel farmer Paris Creek near Strathalbyn, died 24/7/1886. By 1889[-1894], his widow, Sophia Jane Garwood, had moved to Strathalbyn Memorials 234/400 & 47/401

GARWOOD, George Daniel 28 farmer Bull Creek (Father: George Garwood), married Sophia Jane BEST 21 Whambry (Father: Anthony Best) on 7/11/1860 at Holy Trinity Church North Tce, Adelaide. Minister: James Farrell. Witnesses: George ALINGTON farmer Newton and Louisa Matilda Best of Whambry. The young couple settled as gardeners near Macclesfield. 9 children of the marriage - George Albert Garwood born 22/10/1862; Louis Andrew Garwood born 4/5/1863; Alexander Alfred Garwood born 28/12/1865; Frederick John Garwood born 20/6/1875; Lloyd Melville Garwood born 18/9/1878; Clara Grace Garwood born 19/12/1867; Alice Margaret Garwood born 15/2/1870. Louisa Elizabeth Garwood born 20/11/1881 Application 24652

GARWOOD, Sophia Jane widow of George Daniel Garwood farmer Paris Creek near Strathalbyn 1888 Application 21358

GARWOOD, Sophia Jane widow of the late George Daniel Garwood of Strathalbyn, died 10/10/1897, of apoplexy, aged 54 Application 24652

GARWOOD, Lewis Andrew farmer Paris Creek 1889 Memorial 150/396

No 1

GASCOIGNE, James McDonald wine and spirit merchant and brewer Adelaide 1876 Memorial 165/298

GASCOIGNE, James McDonald merchant Norwood 1876 Memorial 124/294

GASCOIGNE, James McDonald gentleman formerly of Norwood but now of Melbourne Vic 1891 Memorial 236/408

No 1

GASH, Susannah Alice widow and hotelkeeper Adelaide (Saracen's Head Carrington St) 1910 Memorial 13/463

GASH, Susannah Alice widow Adelaide (Globe Hotel, North St) 1920 Application 26860

GASH, William farmer The Gilbert 1872 Memorial 6/261

No 1

GASKELL, John builder Adelaide 1853 Memorial 226/58

No 2

GASKELL, John of Morphett Vale 1855 Memorial 321/89

GASKELL, John licensed victualler Emu Hotel Section 609 Survey B [Morphett Vale] 1854[-1857] Memorial 82/123

No 3 - perhaps a continuation of No 2

GASKELL, John farmer Norwood 1857 Memorial 231/127

GASKELL, John farmer formerly of Norwood but now of the Light River 1858 Memorial 33/137

GASKELL, John farmer Hundred of Kapunda 1859[-1861] Memorial 236/158

GASKELL, John JP of Kadina 1879 Memorial 176/318

GASKELL, Victor apiarist Coonalpyn 1943 Memorial 101/517

GASKIN, Albert of Entanda Hope 1888 Memorial 93/392

GASKIN, Harry of Entanda Hope 1888 Memorial 99/392

GASKIN, James of Entanda Hope 1888 Memorial 100/392

GASKIN, William grocer Pinnaroo. Pinnaroo (Hundred of Pinnaroo) township allotment land grant 1908 Grant Book 12 Page 78 County Chandos

GASMIER, Friedrich farmer near Riverton 1864 Memorial 82/265

No 1 – perhaps the same person

GASMIER, Frederick William engineman Petersburg. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1905 Grant Book 13 Page 208 County Dalhousie

GASMIER, Frederick William farmer Ovingham Co Adelaide. Hundred of Cotton land grant 1912 Grant Book 12 Page 126 County Chandos

GASMIER, Henry Richard farmer near Riverton Co Light. Hundred of Pekina land grant 1882 Grant Book 13 Page 165 County Dalhousie

No 1

GASMIER, HW undertaker Wilmington 1932 Memorial 45/512

GASMIER, HW undertaker Wilmington 1932 Application 28155

No 1 - likely to be the same person

GASMIER, Johann farmer Hope Valley 1851[-1859] Memorial 147/33

GASMIER, Johann Heinrich Martin farmer Hope Valley 1850[-1853] Memorial 423/28

GASMIER, John farmer Gilbert River 1860 Application 1702.

GASMIER, Johann farmer Deep Creek near Riverton 1868 Application 9306.

GASMIER, Johann farmer Deep Creek near Navan 1871 Application 11662.

GASMIER, Johann farmer formerly of Hope Valley but now of Finniss Point 1875 Public School trustee Application 14537

GASMIER, Johann died c1893. Linked with Albert Richard Gasmier farmer Deep Creek, Riverton 1894 Application 22660

GASMIER, Johann farmer Gilbert River Co Light, died c1893. Executors; William FLAVEL farmer Kapunda and William Henry HIGGS farmer Mt Templeton Memorial 115/419

GASMIER, John Henry farmer near Riverton Co Light. Hundred of Pekina land grant 1882 Grant Book 13 Page 165 County Dalhousie

GASON, John carpenter Adelaide (Currie St) 1854 Memorial 315/64

GASON, Joseph builder Adelaide (Currie St) 1855 Memorial 11/88

No 1

GASON, Richard yeoman Adelaide 1839 Husband of Mary Anne Gason 1841 Application 8795

GASON, Richard office keeper Adelaide (Currie St) 1854 Memorial 314/64

GASON, Richard agent Adelaide 1856 Memorial 305/101

GASON, Richard publican and Labour Office Keeper Adelaide (Currie St) declared a bankrupt in 1859 Memorial 177/153

GASON, Samuel of Beltana 1889 Memorial 165/401

GASS, Wilhelm Eduard farmer Point Pass 1881 Grant Book 17 Page 169 County Eyre

GASSON, Michael labourer Bowden 1880 Application 18042

No 1

GASTON, Charles builder Adelaide 1841 Yeoman Cowandilla 1843 Application 15983

GASTON, Charles yeoman Adelaide 1843 Memorial 329/4 Mason Victoria Creek 1853 Enrolment 56/22

GASTON, Charles mason Barossa 1852 Memorial 88/40 Mason Victoria Creek 1854 Memorial 415/65

No 2

GASTON, Charles the Elder of Bellevue 1874 Memorial 47/277

No 1

GASTON, Edward and George farmers Hundred of Barossa 1883[-1885] Memorial 83/363

GASTON, Edward farmer Hundred of Barossa and George Gaston farmer formerly Hundred of Barossa but now of Kanowna WA 1903 Memorial 168/448

GASTON, Edward farmer Hundred of Barossa and George Gaston farmer formerly of the Hundred of Barossa but now of Kanowna WA 1904 Memorial 169/451

GASTON, Edward farmer Hundred of Barossa linked with George Gaston farmer formerly of the Hundred of Barossa but now of Burtville WA 1907 Memorial 102/458

GASTON, Edward farmer Hundred of Barossa and George Gaston farmer formerly of the Hundred of Barossa but now of Kalgoorlie WA 1918 Memorial 162/476

GASTON, Edward 20 sawyer Williamstown (Father; Charles Gaston) married Penelope Lawson 19 spinster Williamstown (Father: Thomas Lawson) on 2/10/1866 Gawler Wesleyan Chapel. Minister: Thomas LLOYD. Witnesses: Richard Satchell sawyer Williamstown and Mary Satchell of Wiliamstown. Penelope Gaston was the daughter of the late Thomas Lawson contractor Barossa District, and his wife, Catherine Lawson, who died 3/4/1872 North Para River, Gawler, from drowning while in a state of temporary insanity caused by drink aged 50. Penelope Gaston wife of Edward Gaston labourer Barossa, died 29/10/1912 Barossa, of Bright's disease and uraemia, aged 63. She had been born at Hindmarsh, and married aged 19 years. 6 sons and 7 daughters alive - George Gaston, Edwin Burfield Gaston, Rebecca Ann LEONARD, Catherine Constant DAWES, Evelyn STANLEY, Helen WILSON, Reuben James Gaston, Charles Gaston, Ernest Gaston, William Henry Gaston, Violet Lacy BYRNE, Lily May BARR and Jessie Penelope Barr 1925 Application 27372

GASTON, Edwin B labourer Ninnes 1910 Memorial 11/464

GATES, Alfred Edmund plumber Nailsworth 1901 Memorial 150/443

GATES, Frederick Roy farmer Noarlunga 1955 Application 29133

No 1 - perhaps the same person

GATES, George farmer Goodwood 1854 Memorial 154/78

GATES, George licensed victualler Adelaide, power of attorney to Charles BANBURY gentleman Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs, in view of the fact that he lent George Gates money on mortgage of the Clarence Hotel, King William St, Adelaide 19/12/1878 Deposit 9/1879.

GATES, Henry plumber Kapunda 1881 Memorial 192/331

No 1

GATES, James farmer The Bremer 1859 Memorial 323/155

GATES, James farmer The Bremer 1886 Application 21023

No 1

GATES, John Joseph labourer Strathalbyn 1853 Memorial 185/60

GATES, John Joseph farmer Lower Finniss 1860[-1862] Application 1073

GATES, John Joseph farmer Finniss River 1867 Memorial 166/220

No 1

GATES, Joseph gardener Grünthal, died 3/7/1880. GATES, John market gardener Bonney Flat near Balhannah 1881 must have been a relative Application 18402

GATES, Winifred Carrol widow Bonney Flat, widow of Joseph Gates gardener Grünthal 1881. Her children - Elizabeth Gates, Mary Gates, William Gates, James Gates, Joseph Gates, Sarah Gates Martha Gates, George Gates, Henry Gates and Frederick Gates infants under the age of 21 years Application 18403

No 1

GATES, Joseph Dunkley galvanised iron and tin plate worker Angaston 1863 Memorial 72/192

GATES, Joseph Dunkley and GATES, Joseph Henry tinplate workers Kapunda 1864 Application 5694

GATES, Joseph Dunkley galvanised iron and tinplate worker Kapunda 1870 Memorial 200/247

GATES, Joseph Dunkley tinsmith Kapunda 1878 Memorial 85/310

GATES, Mary widow East Adelaide 1886 Memorial 10/376

GATES, Robert sawyer Kensington 1851[-1853] Memorial 89/34

GATES, Rod James banker's clerk Kent Town [probably employee of the Town & Country Bank Ltd of King William St, Adelaide then in liquidation] 1887 Memorials 35 & 38/386

No 1

GATES, William John tailor Adelaide 1847 Memorial 418/7 Later that year of near Finniss’s Mill Memorial 27/10

GATES, William John licensed victualler Pt Adelaide 1864 Memorial 246/196

GATES, William John licensed victualler Pt Adelaide 1864 later of the Duke of Wellington Inn Payneham but now gentleman Kensington 1867 Application 8091

GATES, William John gentleman Harrow Villa Payneham 1875 Memorial 23/280

GATES, William John gentleman formerly of Kensington but now of Payneham 1879 Memorial 221/312

GATES, William John publican Payneham 1870 Application 10481

No 1

GATHERCOLE, Cash storekeeper [Templers] North Road and Susannah Gathercole his wife 1857 Parents of Susannah Gathercole spinster North Road Memorial 154/119

GATHERCOLE, Cash engineer Gawler and Susannah Gathercole his wife 1862 Memorial 194/181

GATLEY, James Edwin brass finisher Croydon 1946 Memorial 26/520

GATLEY, Joseph carpenter Adelaide (Waymouth St) 1855 Memorial 223/92

GATLEY, William Henry ironmoulder Gawler 1897 Application 23476

No 1

GATTORNA, Lino publican Railway Hotel, St Vincent St, Pt Adelaide 1905 Memorial 94/453

GATTORNA, Lino publican Adelaide formerly of the Southern Cross Hotel King William St but now of the Tattersall's Hotel Hindley St 1913 Memorial 50/470

GATZEMEYER, Franz Friedrich barber Adelaide (Currie St) 1876[-1911] Memorial 107/304

GAULT, Albert Edward draper Magill 1891 Magill Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee Application 22095

GAULT, Arthur Henry medical practitioner Mitcham 1904 Memorial 141/452

GAULT, Mr storekeeper Salisbury 1888 Application 26546

GAULT, Robert Henry draper Adelaide 1889 Memorial 245/398

No 1

GAULT, Robert and William SCOTT drapers North Adelaide 1855 Memorial 279/82

GAULT, Robert Nelson and William SCOTT drapers Adelaide 1858[-1862] Memorial 132/137

GAULT, Robert Nelson draper Magill, died 8/12/1889. Husband of Charlotte Huxtable Gault. Father of Robert Henry Gault, Albert Edward Gault both drapers Adelaide (Rundle St) and Samuel Steele Gault. Estate worth £19,560 Memorial 161/402

GAUNT, Joseph yeoman Norwood 1852[-1854] Memorial 476/44

No 1

GAUNTLEY, Joseph William yeoman Stepney 1852 Memorial 59/47

GAUNTLEY, Joseph William brickmaker Stepney. Hundred of Goolwa land grant 1853 Memorial 309/58

GAUNTLEY, Joseph William of Stepney surveyor for the District Council of East Torrens 1855[-1856] Memorial 480/84

GAUNTLEY, Joseph William farmer Stepney 1855 Hundred of Onkaparinga land grant Memorial 218/93

GAUNTLEY, Joseph William publican Balhannnah 1857[-1862] Memorial 58/132

GAUNTLEY, Joseph William licensed victualler formerly of Balhannah but now of Payneham 1864 Memorial 213/196

GAUNTLEY, Joseph William licensed victualler Payneham 1865 Memorial 317/203

GAUNTLEY, Joseph William licensed victualler Halfway House Mt Barker Road 1866 Memorial 124/217

GAUREAN, Gerrard gentleman Campbelltown 1896 Application 23086

GAUSE, Johann Heinrich farmer Hope Valley 1849[-1852] Memorial 21/18

GAVAN, Agnes widow Pt Lincoln 1867 Memorial 30/226

GAVERAN, Michael of Ninth St, Bowden 1881 Application 18832

No 1

GAVIN, John farmer Golden Grove on the Little Para 1854[-1857] Memorial 410/66

GAVIN, John farmer Marble Hundred of Gilbert 1863 Memorial 185/203

GAVIN, William Henry leased land near Coulta township Hundred of Warrow Co Flinders 1888 Memorial 134/390

GAWEN, HW clerk Hackney 1879 Memorial 214/312

GAWEN, James clerk in the Customs Port Road 1849 Memorial 458/17

GAWEN, James William gentleman Port Road 1849[-1853] Memorial 405/29

GAWEN, Mary Russell spinster Adelaide 1888 Memorial 80/394

No 1 - perhaps the same person

GAWLER, Douglas articled clerk Adelaide 1882 Memorial 15/341

GAWLER, Douglas G articled clerk Adelaide 1883[-1884] Memorial 230/354

No 1

GAWLER, George Colonel in HM Army Orchard St, Portman Square, London, Middlesex, England [former Governor of SA] 1850 His son, Henry Gawler, of the same address, was a student at law of the Middle Temple Memorial 333/155

GAWLER, George Colonel in HM Army Orchard St, Portman Square, London, Middlesex, power of attorney to Arthur HARDY Esquire Adelaide to manage his estate 5/1/1850 Deposit 11/OA

GAWLER, GD clerk Adelaide (Leigh St) 1878 Memorial 38/313

GAWLER, Henry barrister at law Adelaide, about to leave the province for a time, power of attorney to Nathaniel OLDHAM and Frederick James SANDERSON Esquires Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 26/10/1870 Deposit 188/1870

GAWLEY, John David farmer Noarlunga 1935 Application 27960

No 1

GAY, Andrew of Kooringa. Hundred of Baldina land grant 1883 Grant Book 9 Page 11 County Burra

GAY, Andrew and Henry of Baldina 1887 Memorial 148/383

GAY, Archibald cabinetmaker Adelaide (Rundle St) 1867[-1871] Memorial 54/221

GAY, Isaac and the late Andrew Gay linked with Section 166 Hundred of King Co Burra 1890 Memorial 173/405

GAY, John sailmaker Kingston S-E 1885 Memorial 124/371

No 1 - the Elder

GAY, Patrick of Adelaide 1858 Memorial 322/146

GAY, Patrick cabinetmaker Adelaide (Rundle St), died 7/10/1866 Memorial 11/301

No 2 - the Younger

GAY, Patrick cabinetmaker Adelaide (Rundle St) 1869 Memorial 244/239

GAY, Patrick furniture importer Adelaide Hundred of Davenport land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 664 County Frome

GAY, Patrick importer Adelaide 1884 Memorial 230/358

GAY, Patrick gentleman formerly of Adelaide but then of Victoria Tce, Glenelg, died 30/10/1911 Memorial 44/531

GAY, Stanley Osborne railway employee Peterborough. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1939 Grant Book 13 Page 241 County Dalhousie

No 1 - perhaps the same person

GAY, Thomas farmer Hurtle Vale 1843 Memorial 59/3

GAY, Thomas miner Kooringa 1850 Memorial 298/21

GAY, William Gordon brickmaker Peterborough. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1956 Grant Book 13 Page 243 County Dalhousie

No 1

GAY, William Thomas labourer Petersburg. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1915 Grant Book 13 Page 213 County Dalhousie

GAY, William Thomas contractor Peterborough. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1918 Grant Book 13 Page 214 County Dalhousie

No 1

GAYLARD, Archelaus of Bowden 1850[-1851] Memorial 369/23 Linked with Mary Gaylard 1851 Memorial 209/33

GAYLARD, Archelaus brickmaker Bowden 1851 Memorial 99/36

GAYLARD, Archelaus drayman Bowden, died 4/6/1851 stomach cancer, aged 44. His widow, Mary GAYLARD , died 31/8/1863 Bowden, of stomach cancer, aged 53. Their family in 1875 included - Thomas Gaylard labourer Bowden, Harriet HAYLOCK nee Gaylard, wife of Elijah Haylock butcher Maldon Vic (married in Adelaide, but shifted to Vic. He had left her in 1872 and she moved to Castlemaine Vic), Sarah JENKINS nee Gaylard, wife of William Jenkins mason Marrabel, Emily FIELD nee Gaylard divorced wife of John Field carpenter Pt Pirie, Susan WHITE nee Gaylard wife of Charles Arthur white carpenter Queenstown, Anne EDINGER nee Gaylard wife of William Edinger theatriacl assistant Theatre Royal Melbourne Vic, Mary REYNER nee Gaylard wife of James Reyner farmer Canowie Application 17555

GAYLARD, John Hurd farmer Parilla. Parilla (Hundred of Parilla) township allotment land grant 1910 Grant Book 12 Page 114 County Chandos

GAYLARD, Percival died 3//7/1901 intestate. His wife, Jane Gaylard, died 19/8/1881. Family as at 1901 - Emily Alice Gaylard spinster Flinders St, Adelaide, Maud Mary WHITEHORN wife of Francis Whitehorn gentleman Flinders St, Adelaide, Bessie Malinda KIRK wife of Alexander Kirk of Golden Grove, Eva Adelaide BETHUNE wife of Alexander Bethune miner Adis St, Piccadilly Kalgoorlie WA, Ada Millicent PARKINSON wife of William Gray Parkinson vigneron One Tree Hill in the Sources of the Little Para, Percy Vigar Gaylard formerly of Mumpeowie Station but now out of business One Tree Hill, Harry Percival Gaylard farmer One Tree Hill and John Hurd Gaylard farmer One Tree Hill Memorial 198/444

No 1

GAYLARD, Thomas yeoman Brompton 1854 Memorial 347/73

GAYLARD, Thomas carter Bowden linked with Elijah HAYLOCK butcher Melbourne Vic and his wife Harriett Haylock nee Gaylard 1856 Memorial 182/113

GAYLARD, Thomas labourer Bowden 1875 Memorial 68/285

GAYNOR, Thomas groom Adelaide 1850 Memorial 267/21

GAYSON, Richard yeoman Adelaide 1839 Application 15379

No 1

GAYWOOD, James innkeeper Adelaide (Currie St) 1845. Enrolment 23/29 Gentleman Nailsworth 1850 Memorial 452/22

GAYWOOD, James licensed victualler Adelaide (Currie St) [Which hotel did he have? Not in Hoad] 1853 Memorial 10/58

GAYWOOD, James gentleman North Road near Adelaide 1856 Memorial 401/97

GAYWOOD, James gentleman Ivy Cottage North Road 1856[-1860] Memorial 416/99, Application 1492

GAYWOOD, James publican formerly of Adelaide but now of the North Road near Adelaide 1858 Memorial 34/143

GAYWOOD, James gentleman Ivy Cottage, North Road, near Adelaide, about to leave the province for some time, power of attorney to John WINZOR gentleman Deal Court, Little Para, with deputy power to Simon FAIRLIE gentleman North Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 20/10/1860 Deposit 286/1860

GAZARD, John photographic illustrator Anzac Highway Grasmere, died 25/7/1933 Adelaide. His estate worth £1,229/14/1. Husband of Elizabeth Jane Gazard. Father of Edna Helen Gazard, John Anthony Gazard and Geoffrey Albion Gazard Application 28138

No 1

GAZARD, Obed carpenter Nailsworth 1867 had lived in the village for 28 years. For about 12 months, he had worked for John ELLIS Esquire Nailsworth, who had come to the village in 1846 and lived there until 1858, when he left SA Application 13463

GAZARD, Obed carpenter Nailsworth 1874[-1881] Memorial 149/278

GAZARD, Obed carpenter Watkins St, off Palsford Rd, Nailsworth 1901. He had lived in Nailsworth since c1840 Application 24248

GAZARD, Obed carpenter Nailsworth, died 1907. A neighbour and family friend, John Henry BLACKMORE (born 19/5/1868) formerly carrier now out of business 1 George St, North Adelaide 1938, used to rent land from Obed Gazard, between 1883 and his death, on which to graze his horse teams for his business. He helped Samuel Gazard (accountant Medindie 1938), a son of Obed Gazard, to lift him onto his bed after he had had a sudden seizure seven days prior to his death. Besides Samuel Gazard (born 21/11/1869), other children were John Gazard photographer Grasmere (died 25/7/1933), David Challender Gazard stenographer, Esther Emma Gazard, Ada Mary Gazard and Rose Eunice Gazard spinsters all of Watkins St, Prospect; and Lovely Elizabeth NINNIS widow Malvern Rd, East Malvern Vic 1938 Application 28138

GAZARD, Samuel labourer Adelaide 1860 Of Nailsworth when he died intestate in the late 1850s. His son, Obed Gazard, carpenter Adelaide, inherited his estate as heir at law Application 1914

No 1

GAZE, Frederick Owen boot and shoe manufacturer Adelaide (Rundle St) 1897 Memorial 101/432

GAZE, Frederick Owen boot and shoe manufacturer formerly of Rundle St, Adelaide but now of Perth WA 1898 Memorial 181/435

GEACH, Octavius sawyer Kapunda 1860 Memorial 344/164

GEACH, Thomas blacksmith Charlestown near Kooringa 1860 Memorials 42/169 & 194/171

GEADY, Sarah Lavinia widow Maitland 1901 Application 24186

No 1

GEAKE, William storekeeper Kooringa 1875 Memorial 72/297

No 2

GEAKE, William labourer Burra (formerly Kooringa) 1941 Memorial 116/515

GEALER,?? Thomas M farmer Corney Point 1898 Memorial 28/435

GEAREN, Ellen of Woolyana 1889 Memorial 85/399

GEARIN, Dennis farmer Crystal Brook. Hundred of Crystal Brook land grant 1880 Grant Book 60 Page 231 County Victoria

GEARY, Henry J clerk Adelaide 1875 Memorial 24/284

GEAREY, Mary spinster near Adelaide 1860 Memorial 211/168

No 1

GEARY, Mary Anne spinster Clare 1859 Memorial 26/157

GEARY, Mary Anne spinster Hackney 1860 Application 1918

GEARY, Mary Anne spinster formerly of Clare but now of Adelaide 1861 Memorial 51/172

GEARY, Mary Anne of Hackney near Adelaide, died 1864. She left her entire estate to her uncle, Joh FOX, of Kilmoney Rathangan, Co Kildare, Ireland, but if he had died, then the estate to go to his children Arthur Fox and Sarah Fox Memorial 29/201

GEARY, Mary Anne of Hackney, died c1865. Her whole estate to her uncle, John FOX of Kilmoney??, Rathangan??, Co Kildare, Ireland, ‘if he be living at the time of my death’, if not, to his son, Arthur FOX and his daughter Sarah Fox, or the survivor of them. James CHADWICK Hackney to be the executor of the will Enrolment 83/45

GEARY, William Bentley gentleman formerly of Adelaide became formally separated from his wife, Alicia Geary, prior to 1865, who then died 18/9/1867 Memorial 240/256

GEATER, Laura Maud widow Twentieth St, Gawler South 1956 Application 29232

GEBERT, Adolph farmer Hundred of Talunga 1853 Memorial 417/50

GEBERT, Adolph Gustav Heinrich linked with Section 100 Hundred of Bandioota Co Blachford 1886 Memorial 198/376

GEBERT, Adolph Hermann Carl farmer Hundred ofGregory 1887 Memorial 52/386

No 1

GEBERT, Ernst Friedrich Johann Paul farmer Sheaoak Log 1870 Application 10624

GEBERT, Ernst Friedrich Paul Johann farmer Sheaoak Log Hundred of Gregory land grant 1881 Grant Book 23 Page 100 County Frome

GEBERT, Ferdinand Adolph Johann farmer Pinda trustee unnamed Chapel Hundred of Gregory land grant 1891 Grant Book 23 Page 103 County Frome

No 1

GEBERT, Johann farmer Klemzig 1857 Memorial 314/124

GEBERT, Johann farmer Sheaoak Log Hundred of Kilkerran land grant 1878 Grant Book 19 Page 165 County Fergusson

No 2 - perhaps the same person

GEBERT, Johann linked with Section 102 Hundred of Bandioota Co Blachford 1885 Memorial 73/371

No 1

GEBERT, Johann Adolph Bernhard farmer Klemzig. Hundred of Talunga land grant 1851 Grant Book 1 Page 237 County Adelaide

GEBERT, Johann Adolph Bernhard farmer Klemzig 1851 Memorial 233/30 Farmer formerly of Klemzig but now of Gilles Plains 1854[-1858] Memorial 79/67

GEBERT, Johann Adolph Bernhard farmer Hundred of Barossa 1857 Memorial 269/121

GEBERT, Johann Adolph Bernhard farmer formerly of Gilles Plains but now of Gawler River 1858[-1861] Memorial 205/139

GEBERT, Johann Adolph Bernhard farmer formerly of Gawler River 1858 but now of Kingsford 1864 Application 5103

GEBERT, Johann Adolph Bernhard farmer Concordia 1867 Memorial 132/220

GEBERT, Johann B farmer Concordia 1867 Application 8271

GEBHARDT, Carl of Mackerode. Hundred of Mongolata land grant 1887 Grant Book 9 Page 120 County Burra

No 1 - perhaps the same person

GEBHARDT, Gustav sheepfarmer Mt Cone. Hundred of Kingston land grant 1869[-1871] Grant Book 8 Page 174 County Burra.

GEBHARDT, Gustav sheep farmer Mackerode near Kooringa, power of attorney to Ernst GEBHARDT overseer Mackerode, near Kooringa, to manage his SA business affairs 27/3/1875 Deposit 82/1875

GEBHARDT, Gustav farmer Mackerode near Kooringa. Hundred of Kingston land grant 1877 Grant Book 8 Page 175 County Burra

GEBHARDT, Gustav Adolph sheepfarmer Mt Cone. Hundred of Mongolata land grant 1884 Grant Book 9 Page 119 County Burra

GEBHARDT, Adolph of near Kooringa 1887 Memorial 202/383

GEBHARDT, Adolph Gustav of Mackerode [Mt Bryan] 1886 Memorial 201/378

GEBHARDT, Adolph Gustav sheepfarmer Pt Wakefield linked with Carl Ernst Gebhardt sheepfarmer Corryton Park, Ludwig Wilhelm Gebhardt sheepfarmer Mackerode and Caroline Friedericke Wilhelmine Christian Gebhardt widow Glenelg. Auguste Sophia DUFF widow Glenelg associated with this family 'in consideration of the love and affection' 1903 Memorial 113/450

No 1

GEBHARDT, Albert George Gottlieb sheepfarmer Mackerode near Kooringa linked with Carl Gebhardt formerly butcher but now farmer Kooringa and Ernst Gebhardt butcher formerly of Kooringa but now of Robe S-E 1911. L Gebhardt mentioned but not described Memorial 197/465

GEBHARDT, Albert George Gottlieb sheepfarmer Mackerode Mt Bryan 1919[-1929] Memorial 87/479

GEBHARDT, Albert George Gottlieb sheep farmer Mt Bryan Sealholder of the Burra Burra Sports Association Inc 1933 Application 27904

GEBHARDT, August farmer Hundred of Willowie 1887 Memorial 30/383

No 1

GEBHARDT, August Christian Wilhelm brewer Mt Gambier Hundred of Caroline land grant 1866[-1878] Grant Book 31 Page 15 County Grey

GEBHARDT, August Christian Wilhelm brewer Mt Gambier 1867[-1876] Memorial 217/224

GEBHARDT, August Christian Wilhelm brewer Penola 1869 Application 10029

No 1

GEBHARDT, Carl and Ernst butchers Kooringa 1873[-1878] Memorial 21/270, Application 13144

GEBHARDT, Carl the Elder farmer near Aberdeen near Kooringa 1908 Memorial 52/460

GEBHARDT, Carl Joseph retired dairy farmer Aberdeen near Burra, died 16/2/1922. Uncle of Ludwig Wilhelm Gebhardt sheepfarmer Mt Bryan, and Albert George Gottlieb Gebhardt sheepfarmer near Mt Bryan. Another brother, Carl Ernst Gebhardt retired pastoralist 52 Bevington Rd, Glenunga, died 29/9/1942. Born 20/5/1863 Burra. Other brothers included - Carl Hermann Gebhardt machinist Norwood, died 5/6/1922, Ernst Ludwig Hermann Gebhardt gentleman Goodwood, died 27/7/1927, and Carl Heinrich Gebhardt engineer Fullarton Estate, died 8/10/1909 GRO Search 664

GEBHARDT, Ernst farmer Burra 1885 Memorial 84/370

GEBHARDT, Ernst Ludwig Hermann butcher Broken Hill NSW 1900 Memorial 154/442

No 1

GEBHARDT, Ferdinand baker Kooringa 1862[-1881] Memorial 377/186

GEBHARDT, Ferdinand baker Kooringa, died 2/9/1890. Father of William Frederick Gebhardt, Kenneth Allen Gebhardt, Wilhelmine Gebhardt and William Norman Gebhardt. Also an illegitimate son - William Alfred Gebhardt Memorial 223/410

GEBHARDT, Helen Lesley home duties formerly of Glenelg but now of Currency Creek 1948 Memorial 54/523

No 1

GEBHARDT, Ludwig Wilhelm sheepfarmer Mokala Mt Bryan. Mt Bryan East (later Mt Bryan Hundred of Kingston) township allotment land grant 1908[-1912] Grant Book 9 Page 210 County Burra

GEBHARDT, Ludwig Wilhelm pastoralist Mt Bryan 1938 Application 28168

GEBHARDT, Minna spinster near Kooringa. Hundred of Mongolata land grant 1883[-1895] Grant Book 9 Page 118 County Burra

GEBHARDT, Wilhelm brewer Mt Gambier 1871[-1874] Memorial 239/253

GEBHARDT, William Alfred baker Kooringa 1907[-1917] Memorial 160/456

No 1

GEDDES, Charles carpenter Pt Pirie 1884 Memorial 226/355

GEDDES, Charles timber merchant (of Geddes & Prest) Pt Pirie Co Victoria. Cockburn (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1886 Grant Book 65 Page 168 County Not named

GEDDES, Charles shipwright Pt Pirie 1887 Memorial 113/385

GEDDES, Charles merchant Pt August trading under the style or firm of Charles Geddes & Co 1894 Memorial 249/422

GEDDES, Charles timber merchant Pt Pirie 1905[-1907] Memorial 248/453

GEDDES, Charles died 20/3/1911. Husband of Jessie Geddes. Father of James Sim Geddes timber merchant Pt Pirie and Isabella Elsie Geddes spinster Pt Pirie. Another son, Charles Oman Geddes, had died before his father 1915 Memorials 133 & 134/473

GEDDES, Charles mining engineer/timber merchant Pt Pirie 1905. He died 20/3/1911. Isabella Elsie Geddes spinster Pt Pirie inherited C Geddes’ land in Pt Lincoln. 5/2/1916 St Paul Kandy, IE Geddes 29 married John Lewis Tancock 38 planter Kahatungoda Hewaheta, Ceylon (son of Rev’d Canon Tancock, Clerk in Holy Orders). She was travelling aboard ship to Britain. By 1921, Mr and Mrs Tancock were still living at Hewaheta, Ceylon. James Sim Geddes merchant Pt Pirie had power of attorney for Isabella Tancock’s affairs in SA Application 27024

No 1

GEDDES, Charles Owen grazier near Melrose linked with Jessie Geddes widow formerly of Pt Pirie but now of Millswood 1931. Linked with James Sim Geddes timber merchant :Pt Pirie, who died 24/8/1931 Pt Adelaide Memorial 142/504

GEDDES, Charles Owen grazier formerly of near Melrose but now of Kanoona near Kooringa 1941 Memorial 137/515

GEDDES, Isabella Elsie spinster (daughter of Charles Geddes of South Australia - witness Elizabeth Grant Geddes of Pt Pirie) married John Lewis TANCOCK, planter Rahatingada Hewaheta Ceylon on 5/2/1916 St Paul's Kandy Memorial 40/484

GEDDES, Henry W clerk Kooringa 1876 Memorial 147/291

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

GEDDES, James Sim timber and iron merchant Pt Pirie 1927[-1929] Memorial 169/497, Application 27733

GEDDES, James Sim timber merchant Pt Pirie 1927 linked with Jessie Geddes widow Pt Pirie Application 28337

GEDDES, Jessie widow Pt Pirie 1929 Application 27733

GEDDES, James Sim merchant Pt Pirie, died 24/8/1931. Husband of Jessie Geddes, by 1941 living at Millswood. Father of :Peter Henry Giles Geddes of Pt Lincoln, born 1/11/1910 and James Owen Geddes of Pt Pirie, born 13/10/1914. By 1941, both men had been warehousemen at Pt Pirie but were presently in the AIF on active war service Memorials 100 & 140/515

GEDDISON, James William agent Adelaide 1884 Memorial 176/356

GEDGE, William Wilberforce Clerk in Holy Orders Malvern Wells, Co Worcester, England, power of attorney to George Le Messurier GRETTON barrister Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 20/9/1879 Deposit 292/1879

No 1

GEDYE, Hichens of Glenelg 1868 Memorial 237/233

GEDYE, Hitchens tried to form a limited liability mining company in September 1868 to mine under a 99-year lease on Stephen ROSE farmer Crafers’s Section 954 Hundred of Adelaide. If the mine did not operate within 6 months, the lease would become void, provided S Rose reimbursed K Gedge all his expenses in connection with establishing the venture, including advertising. The company never got going, nor did K Gedge incur any expenses. He had been long dead. Thomas EVANS market gardener Upper Sturt gave this information 1882 Application 19303

GEE, Alfred Henry labourer Clarendon. Hundred of Kuitpo land grant 1903 Grant Book 2 Page 99 County Adelaide

GEE, Alfred Lawrence shop assistant 75 Beulah Rd, Norwood 1952 Application 28905

GEE, David Charles bacon curer Nairne 1919 Memorial 110/478

GEE, Florence Eva May married woman Nairne 1921 Memorial 11/482

GEE, Frederick William schoolmaster Norwood Co Adelaide. Pt Augusta West (Hundred of Copley) township allotment land grant 1883 Grant Book 66 Page 161 County Manchester

GEE, George labourer Strathalbyn 1877[-1879] Memorial 30/304

No 1

GEE, GH Egremont of 71 King William St, Adelaide 1868 Memorial 160/234

GEE, Godfrey Henry Egremont gentleman Adelaide (Pirie St) linked with Mary Ann Gee widow Norwood 1870 Memorial 34/246

GEE, Lewis Bellamy station hand Wirraminna. Pt Augusta West (Hundred of Copley) township allotment land grant 1883 Grant Book 66 Page 161 County Manchester

GEE, Lionel Carley Egremont Surveyor-General’s Department Adelaide 1886 Application 21005

No 1

GEE, Thomas Egremont draper Norwood 1860 Memorial 16/163

GEE, Thomas Egremont of Norwood, died c1865. He made various bequests, some under trust, to his unnamed wife, and three sons - Egremont Gee, Maurice Gee and Lionel Gee Memorial 340/204

GEE, Mary Annie widow Norwood relict of the late Thomas Egremont Gee formerly gentleman Norwood now deceased linked with Godfrey Egremont Gee music seller Adelaide (Rundle St) 1867 Memorial 101/224

No 1

GEEKIE, Robert of Woodside and Emma Geekie his wife 1884 Application 20260

GEEKIE, Robert miller Pt Wakefield Co Gawler. Hundred of Clinton land grant 1887 Grant Book 14 Page 136 County Daly

GEELAN, Matthew shoemaker Kooringa 1850[-1853] Memorial 122/22

GEERING, Edward blacksmith Pt Augusta Co Frome. Pt Augusta West (Hundred of Copley) township allotment land grant 1893 Grant Book 65 Page 228 County Manchester

No 1 – perhaps the same person

GEHAN, John sailor of the barque Claymore at present at Pt Adelaide 1873 Memorial 72/267

GEHAN, John labourer Hoyleton Hundred of Hall land grant 1884[-1885] Grant Book 56 Page 219 County Stanley

GEHARTY, James sheep farmer Pundarrie Station near Venus Bay 1867 Memorial 187/218

GEHARTY, William James sheep farmer Venus Bay 1861 Memorial 54/177

GEHLERT, August Franz Hermann baker Adelaide (Wright St) 1907 Memorial 108/458

GEHLING, Friedrich Wilhelm clothmaker Bethanien 1858 Memorial 140/133

No 1

GEHLING, Gustav Gottlieb storekeeper's assistant Point Pass 1905 Memorial 154/452

GEHLING, Gustav Gottlieb storekeeper’s assistant Point Pass 1907 Grant Book 17 Page 178 County Eyre

No 1

GEHLING, Theodor Wilhelm wheelwright Point Pass 1884 Memorial 60/359

GEHLING, TW blacksmith Point Pass 1889 Memorial 92/396

GEHLING, Theodor Wilhelm blockholder Point Pass 1892 Memorial 147/452

GEHLKEN, Claus blacksmith Adelaide (Pirie St) 1850[-1853] Memorial 17/21

No 1

GEHLKEN, George Heinrich labourer Adelaide (Freeman St) 1847 Memorial 25/21

GEHLKEN, George Heinrich blacksmith Adelaide (Freeman St) 1850 Memorial 23/21

No 1

GEHRIKE, AF of Callington owned an unnamed Section of land called the Wheal Prosper Section. He leased the property to Stephen and William LEAN to search for minerals 1886 Memorial 134/377

GEHRIKE, August Friedrich farmer Callington a tenant of the Callington Copper Company No Liability of 31 Queen St, Melbourne Vic 1907 Memorial 9/457

GEHRIKE, August Friedrich of Callington, died 26/6/1927. Husband of CB Gehrike. Brother to Mrs FW JAENSCH the Elder (3 sons and 4 daughters), Albert Gehrike (3 daughters), Carl Charlie Gehrike (6 daughters and 1 son), and Mrs E GROTH (nee Maria Mary Gehrike). Nephews named - Franz Groth, Lawrence Groth, Alex Groth, Victor Groth and George Groth all of NSW; George Jaensch, FW Jaensch the Younger of Tailem Bend, Carl Jaensch and Oscar G Gehrike (of Callington). Estate worth £19,400 Memorial 91/499

GEHRIKE, Carl Ernst Albert farmer Monarto 1889 Memorial 205/400

GEHRIKE, Caroline Bertha married woman Callington 1926 Application 27528

GEHRICKE, Friedrich Ludwig carpenter North Adelaide 1851 Memorial 365/34

No 1

GEHRIKE, George of Paringa Village near Callington 1851 Memorial 426/34

GEHRIKE, George farmer Callington on the Bremer 1858 Memorial 218/132

GEHRIKE, Georg farmer near Callington 1862, linked with Carl VIERTELHAUSEN farmer near Mt Gambier Application 2993

GEHRIKE, George farmer near Callington Hundred of Monarto land grant 1867 Grant Book 58 Page 122 County Sturt

GEHRIKE, George farmer near Callington Hundred of Monarto land grant 1867 Grant Book 58 Page 122 County Sturt

GEHRIKE, Georg farmer Callington bought Callington township allotments from the Bremer Mining Co Ltd of 31 Threadneedle St, London, Middlesex, England 1876 Memorial 45/295

GEHRIKE, George farmer near Callington linked with Section 24 known as the Bremer Mine near Callington 1877 Memorial 6/298

GEHRIKE, George farmer near Callington, died 7/10/1885. He left his entire estate to his wife, Dorette Gehrike. AF Gehrike of Callington mentioned Memorial 191/374

GEHRIKE, George farmer near Callington, died 7/10/1885. His widow, Dorette Gehrike, of Callington, died 14/10/1896. Mother of Carl Ernst Albert Gehrike farmer Monarto, August Friedrich Gehrike farmer Callington, Joseph Carl Gehrike farmer near Red Creek, Auguste JAENSCH wife of Friedrich Wilhelm Jaensch farmer Murray Bridge, and Maria GROTH wife of Ernst Groth farmer near Palmer Memorial 171/428

No 1

GEHRIKE, Oscar George butcher Callington 1926 Application 27527

GEHRIKE, Oscar George formerly farmer Callington now retired (from November 1940 aged 57) 1956 linked with August Friedrich Gehrike farmer Callington, who died 26/6/1927 Application 29239

GEHRMANN, Johann Carl Friedrich baker Adelaide 1855[-1856] Memorial 444/82

No 1

GEHRS, Donald Raeburn Algernon engineer Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of Peake land grant 1908 Grant Book 6 Page 52 County Buccleuch

GEHRS, Donald Raeburn Algernon licensed landbroker Adelaide (14 Grenfell St) 1942[-1950] Memorial 16/522

GEHRS, Donald Raeburn Algernon licensed land broker Adelaide (14 Grenfell St) 1950 Application 28764

GEIER, Eduard 38 tinsmith Nuriootpa (Father Gottfried Geier) married Wilhelmine LANGE 28 spinster Nuriootpa (Father: Matthias Lange) on 16/5/1864 Matthias Lange home Nuriootpa. The Geiers were farmers at Peep Hill by 1887 Application 21178

GEIER, Erdmann tinsmith Nuriootpa 1856 Memorial 293/126

No 1 - likely to be the same person

GEIER/GEYER, Ernst and Louis farmers Greenock 1869 Memorial 173/241

GEIER/GEYER, Ernst farmer near Kapunda 1871 Memorial 247/259

GEIER, Ernst farmer Greenock Co Light. Hundred of Bright land grant 1882 Grant Book 9 Page 47 County Burra

GEIHLICH, Joseph labourer Tarcowie. Hundred of Tarcowie land grant 1906 Grant Book 13 Page 60 County Dalhousie

No 1

GEISLER, Carl August draper Balaklava Franklyn (Hundred of Wonna) township allotment land grant 1881 Grant Book 40 Page 102 County Kimberley

GEISLER, Carl August farmer Balaklava Co Gawler. Florieton (Hundred of Schomburgk) township allotment land grant 1882 Grant Book 9 Page 158 County Burra

GEISLER, Friedrich Wilhelm painter Adelaide 1855 Memorial 491/83

GEISLER, Johann Carl farmer near Moculta 1908 Memorial 146/458

GEISLER, Johann Gottfrield farmer Light Pass 1860 Memorial 148/164

GEISLER, Maria Dorothea widow Grenfell St, Adelaide 1850 Memorial 341/28

GEISLER, NC store manager Milang 1940 Memorial 175/514

GEISLER, Theodor Carl Friedrich Wilhelm painter Stepney 1854 Memorial 127/66

GEISS, John William Henry minister of the gospel Boronia Kingston Tas, and Amelia Elizabeth Geiss his wife 1895 Memorial 124/425

GEISTER, Friedrich Wilhelm farmer Hundred of Bundey 1891 Grant Book 9 Page 67 County Burra

GEISTER, Johann Gottfried farmer the Duck Ponds near Angaston 1865 Application 6241

GEISTER, Paul Hermann farmer Friedrichswalde.Trustee Emmanuel Lutheran Church Friedrichswalde 1928 Memorial 167/500

GEITZ, Christian the Younger farmer Saddleworth Co Light. Hundred of Melville land grant 1876[-1877] Grant Book 19 Page 75 County Fergusson

GELDER, Joe bricklayer Goulbourn NSW Hundred of Joyce land grant 1885 Grant Book 51 Page 10 County Robe

No 1

GELL, Arabella wife of Charles Gell merchant formerly of Adelaide but now residing in the colony of Victoria 1855 Memorial 95/83

GELL, Arabella of Guichen Bay 1864 Memorial 283/193

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

GELL, Charles tin and zinc worker, formerly of Norwood, but now of Hindley St, Adelaide 1851 Memorial 146/32

GELL, Charles the Younger draper Norwood 1853 Memorial 20/52

GELL, Charles clerk Robe 1862 Application 3252

GELL, Charles clerk Robe 1873[-1876] Memorial 38/266

GELL, Charles agent Robe Hundred of Mt Muirhead land grant 1873 Grant Book 31 Page 192 County Grey

GELL, Charles accountant Robe Rosetown (Hundred of Lacepede) township allotment land grant 1877 Grant Book 29 Page 219 County MacDonnell

GELL, Charles accountant Kingston S-E Beachport (Hundred of Rivoli Bay) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 31 Page 285 County Gre

GELL, Charles sheep farmer Buck Camp 1881 Memorial 49/332

GELL, Charles shipping agent Kingston S-E 1883 Memorial 145/349

GELL, Charles merchant Kingston & Robe S-E 1883[-1893] Memorial 201/354

GELL, Charles accountant Kingston S-E 1884 Memorial 13/362

GELL, Charles JP merchant Kingston S-E 1894[-1896] Memorial 239/420

GELL, Charles accountant Robe S-E and Annie Gell his wife 1898 Memorial 101/435

No 2

GELL, Charles merchant Pt Pirie 1874 Memorial 63/279

No 1

GELL, Henry D clerk to KINGSBOROUGH & CHAPMAN of Adelaide 1871 Memorial 223/256

GELL, Harry D clerk to Arthur CHAPMAN of Adelaide early 1874 Memorial 52/275

GELL, Harry D accountant Adelaide mid 1874[-1881] Memorial 170/274

GELL, Harry D secretary to the City Permanent Building and Investment Society 1882 Memorial 36/345

GELL, Henry Dickson accountant Adelaide linked with Richard Gell no description 1882 Memorial 102/338

GELL, Harry Dickson accountant Shannon St, Glenelg 1901[-1926] Memorial 34/526

GELLAND, Joseph farmer Goolwa 1861 Application 2402

No 1

GELLATLY/GILLATLY, John carter Pt Adelaide 1855 Memorial 357/87 Formerly a mariner but now a teamster Pt Adelaide 1855 Memorial 358/87

GILLATLY, John carrier Pt Adelaide 1853[-1854] Hundred of Nuriootpa land purchase Memorial 252/52

No 1

GELLENTIEN, Moritz Johann Carl shopman Tanunda 1858 Memorial 197/146

GELLENTIEN, Carl Moritz Johann shopman Tanunda, died 28/2/1860. Husband of Auguste Henriette Christiane Gellentien [Was she a sister to Elise SCHEIDEMANTEL spinster Tanunda?] Memorial 174/180

GELLERT, Knud Larsen miller Semaphore and Victoria Alberta Jane Gellert his wife 1892 Application 22241

No 1

GELLIGEN, Matthew farmer Blyth Plains 1886 Memorial 247/377

GELLIGEN, Matthew farmer near Blyth and Mary Ann Gelligen his wife 1895 Memorial 212/424

No 1

GELLIS, Joseph miner Kapunda 1864 [John Gellis in the same area but incorrect index to his name] Memorial 241/197

GELLIS, Joseph miner formerly of Kapunda but now of Copperfield Qld 1871 Memorial 40/257

No 1

GELSTHORPE, Thomas Frederick farmer Middleton 1864[-1873]  Enrolment 43/47

GELSTHORPE, Thomas Frederick farmer near Pt Elliot 1866 Memorial 338/208

GELSTHORPE, Thomas Frederick farmer Middleton 1873 Memorial 168/266

GELSTHORPE, Thomas Frederick formerly farmer Goolwa but now in parts beyond the seas 1875 Memorial 21/285

GELSTHORPE, Thomas Frederick farmer Goolwa 1876 Memorial 29/289

GELSTHORPE, Thomas Frederick farmer Gum Flat [Yorke Peninsula] 1881[-1882] Memorial 34/331, Application 19382 GELSTHORPE, Thomas Frederick of Minlaton. Hundred of Minlacowie land grant 1881 Grant Book 19 Page 255 County Fergusson

No 1

GELSTON, Hedley R clerk to WADEY & J COX solicitors Adelaide 1904[-1905] Memorial 145/451, Application 27880

GELSTON, Hedley R law clerk Adelaide 1906[-1908] Memorial 74/455

GELSTON, Hedley R managing clerk to TS O'HALLORAN solicitor Adelaide 1915 Memorial 1/472

No 1

GEMEINHARDT, Edward brass worker Norwood 1852[-1857] Memorial 152/42

GEMEINHARDT, Friedrich Gustav Eduard formerly of Adelaide 1859 but now Kensington 1862 Application 3556

GEMEINHARDT, Friedrich Gustav Eduard brass worker Adelaide 1866 Memorial 214/214

No 1

GEMMELL, John Esquire formerly of Strathalbyn, but now of Adelaide 1842 Memorial 286/2

GEMMELL, John stockholder Strathalbyn 1856 Memorial 466/100

GEMMELL, John farmer Booborowie Hundred of Ayers land grant 1896 Grant Book 56 Page 199 County Stanley

GEMMELL, Robert farmer Minlaton Co Fergusson Hundred of Ayers land grant 1877 Grant Book 56 Page 194 County Stanley

No 1

GEMMELL, Thomas servant to James CRAIG of Craigbank 1840. He bought land at Noarlunga Memorial 311/2

GEMMELL, Thomas yeoman Mitcham 1850 Memorial 259/24

GEMMELL, Thomas farmer Brownhill Creek 1852[-1853] Memorial 305/39 Land purchase just over a mile distant from the Stirling Hill Trig Station Co Hindmarsh near Strathalbyn 1853 Memorial 90/48

GEMMELL, Thomas farmer Strathalbyn 1857 Memorial 122/122

GEMMELL, Thomas sheepfarmer Springfield near Strathalbyn, died 9/6/1897. Father of James Thomas Gemmell station manager Arcoona Station near Pt Augusta and William Barr Gemmell farmer Woodlands near Pt Elliot 1913 Memorial 166/469

GEMMELL, Thomas sheepfarmer Springfield near Strathalbyn, died 9/6/1897. His widow, Elizabeth Gemmell, died 16/12/1906. His family as at 1924 - William Barr Gemmell farmer formerly of Woodlands near Pt Elliot but now of Long Valley near Strathalbyn; James Thomas Gemmell formerly station manager Arcoona Station near Pt Augusta but now grazier Oakbank; Janet DOMEYER married woman Nuriootpa; Annie GARDINER married woman Toorak; Jane SOWTER widow Kadina; Rosina Ferguson Gemmell spinster Rose Park; Alice Elizabeth KRICHAUFF married woman Rose Park; Margaret Gemmell spinster Rose Park Memorial 26/491

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

GEMMELL, Thomas gentleman 28 Coleshill St Eaton Square, London, Middlesex, England, Edward Charles STIRLING FRCS 34 Queen’s Gardens, Middlesex, and John Lancelot STIRLING barrister of the same address, but at present in SA, trustees for the marriage settlement between William James INGRAM and Mary Eliza Collingwood STIRLING. Mrs Ingam wanted to invest £10,000 in SA. Power of attorney to Sir William MILNE of Adelaide, to make the investments and manage the investments 20/12/1876. James Archibald Stirling and Eliza Taylor spinster of the same address witnessed the document Deposit 58/1877

GEMMELL, William Barr stockowner Strathalbyn 1892 Memorial 132/413

GENDERS, Eustace A solicitor Adelaide 1927 Memorial 72/497

GENDERS, Joseph merchant Kooringa 1857 Memorial 50/126

No 1

GENDERS, Joseph Charles spirit merchant Kooringa 1861 Memorial 241/173

GENDERS, Joseph Charles spirit storekeeper Kooringa 1851 Memorial 25/37 Licensed victualler Kooringa 1854 Memorial 363/65

GENDERS, Joseph Charles wine and spirit merchant Kooringa 1856[-1860] Burra Burra General Land and Building Co trustee Memorial 440/98

GENDERS, Joseph Charles storekeeper Kooringa 1860 Application 1603

GENDERS, Joseph Charles corn merchant Adelaide 1861 Application 2510

GENDERS, Joseph Charles saddler Adelaide 1870 Memorial 50/251

GENDERS, Joseph Charles saddler's ironmonger Adelaide and Albina Louisa Genders his wife 1872 Application 12000

GENDERS, Joseph Charles saddler Adelaide (Hindley St) 1872[-1875] Memorial 235/260

GENDERS, Joseph C merchant Adelaide 1874 Memorial 232/277

GENDERS, Joseph Charles licensed victualler Clare 1875 Memorial 1/284

GENDERS, Joseph Charles merchant Adelaide 1881 Memorial 208/332

GENDERS, Joseph Charles merchant Adelaide about to leave SA 1881 Memorial 124/335

GENDERS, Jospeh Charles importer Hindley St, Adelaide, about to depart for Tasmania, power of attorney to William BENNY solicitor Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 7/10/1881 Deposit 120/1882

No 2

GENDERS, Joseph Charles accountant Adelaide. Trustee St Paul's Adelaide 1909 Memorial 235/461

GENDERS, SO proclaimed bank manager Burra 1945 Memorial 51/519

GENSKE, Eduard Friedrich farmer Windsor 1858 Memorial 176/141

No 1

GENSKE, Friedrich Wilhelm mason Windsor 1853 Memorial 81/55

GENSKE, Friedrich Wilhelm farmer Windsor 1857[-1859]. Enrolment 78/39

GENSKE, Heinrich Carl cabinetmaker Adelaide 1907 Memorial 137/457

No 1

GENT, Charles Harry farmer Koolunga 1886[-1890] Memorial 184/373

GENT, Charles Harry farmer Koolunga Hundred of Koolunga land grant 1899 Grant Book 55 Page 193 County Stanley

GENT, Charles James licensed victualler Adelaide (Queen's Arms Brown St) 1858 Memorial 240/138

No 1

GENT, Samuel teacher formerly of Mt Pleasant but then of Hamley Bridge 1911, died by 1919. Husband of Sarah Jane Gent Memorial 54/479

GENT, Samuel schoolteacher Hamley Bridge 1919 Memorial 110a/478

 GENT, Walter George licensed victualler The Castle Tavern Pt Lincoln 1858 Memorial 297/138

GENT, Walter John farm labourer Lameroo. Hundred of Bews land grant 1908 Grant Book 12 Page 4 County Chandos

GENTLE, George miner Broken Hill NSW and Maria Elisabeth Gentle his wife 1900 Application 24055

GENTLE, William carrier Saddleworth 1869 Memorial 206/238

No 1

GENTRY, Robert labourer Prospect 1855 Memorial 270/81

GENTRY, Robert labourer St John Wood 1857 Memorial 235/119

GENTRY, Robert labourer Alberton 1857 Application 3847

GENTRY, Robert farmer Tarcowie. Tarcowie (Hundred of Tarcowie) towship allotment land grant 1877 Grant Book 13 Page 28 County Dalhousie

GENTRY, Samuel labourer Kapunda and Mary Hannah Gentry his wife formerly BAILEY of Hamilton on the Light. Linked with Edwin Bailey farm labourer Spalding 1892 Memorial 118/415

GEOGHAN, Michael the Elder farmer Hundred of Arkaba 1887[-1890] Memorial 250/383

No 1 - perhaps the same person

GEOGHEGAN, Michael yeoman Marion on the Sturt 1858 Memorial 249/135

GEOGHEGAN, Michael farmer Mt Gambier 1877[-1887] Memorial 139/299

GEOGHEGAN, Michael grazier Beachport Millicent North (Hundred of Mt Muirhead) township allotment land grant 1899 Grant Book 31 Page 313 County Grey

GEOGHEGAN, Patrick Bonaventura Roman Catholic Bishop of SA 1859[-1862] Memorial 30/161

GEOGHEGAN, William linked with Section 81 Hundred of Symon Co Grey 1891 Memorial 246/409

GEORG, Johannes Lutheran pastor Rosenthal 1907 Memorial 31/457

No 1

GEORGE, Abraham miner Staughton village. Staughton Primitive Methodist Chapel trustee 1850 Memorial 260/28

GEORGE, Abraham miner Enterprise Mine 1850[-1853] Memorial 195/44

GEORGE, Abraham miner Enterprise Mine. Hundred of Barossa land grant 1850 Grant Book 1 Page 32 County Adelaide

GEORGE, Abraham gentleman Lyndoch Valley 1854 Hundred of Upper Wakefield land purchase Memorial 382/73

GEORGE, Abraham farmer Upper Wakefield 1854[-1867] Auburn Bible Christian Chapel trustee Memorial 345/72

GEORGE, Abraham [no description] died c1855. He left real estate on the Upper Wakefield to his daughters, Mary Ann MARTIN wife of James Martin farmer Mintaro and Jane SIMPSON wife of Frederick Simpson farmer Mintaro. Another son-in-law, Richard LATHEAN storekeeper Mintaro, to be the executor of the will Memorials 154/94, 292/95

GEORGE, Abraham farmer Upper Wakefield, died 25/9/1855. He left his estate in trust to his daughter, Mary Anne MARTIN wife of James Martin farmer Wakefield for life, then to her children in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant. Mary Anne Martin died 31/1/1860, of debility from haemorrhage before delivery, aged 37. Her children included - Mary SKUSE wife of William Skuse farm labourer Watervale James Martin labourer Mt Remarkable, Abraham Martin carrier Yanyarrie, and Esther CHAMBERS wife of Thomas Chambers of Willowie Booleroo. Richard LATHLEAN formerly storekeeper Mintaro 1855, later of Campbelltown by 1880, Abraham George's son-in-law, was the executor of his will. Application 18137

GEORGE, Abraham farmer Upper Wakefield died c1855, leaving real estate to two daughters, Mary Ann MARTIN wife of James Martin farmer Upper Wakefield [He could not write], and Jane SIMPSON wife of Frederick Simpson farmer Upper Wakefield. Another daughter must have been Mrs Richard LATHLEAN wife of Richard Lathlean solicitor [Santo Buildings, Waymouth St, Adelaide 1892], who received £120 and was the executor of his father-in-law's will [Had Mrs Lathlean died??]. Jane George 22 of Lyndoch Valley married Frederick Simpson 20 bachelor labourer Lyndoch Valley on 26/8/1850 at St George's Gawler. Minister: WH COOMBS. Witnesses: Abraham GEORGE and Richard NOURSE. Frederick Simpson must have died - no, he abandoned his family. However, because she thought that her first husband had died, Jane Simpson 32 remarried to Samuel Clarke ROBINSON 39 farmer Mintaro (Father: Thomas Robinson) on 12/10/1858 Mrs Simpson's home Upper Wakefield. Minister: Charles COLWELL Wesleyan Minister. Jane Robinson wife of Samuel Robinson farmer Mannanarie, died 12/12/1890, of apoplexy, aged 64. Three children of the Simpson marriage - Daughter, Anne Maria Simpson born 15/4/1855 Upper Wakefield. aged 18, she married Robert S MONTGOMERY 26 farmer Upper Wakefield (Father; Sampson Montgomery) on 1/7/1873 SC Robinson's private home Mintaro. Minister: John BARBER. Witnesses; Samuel Clark Robinson farmer Mintaro, and Emily HARRIS of Mintaro. Daughter Emily Simpson 20 spinster Mintaro, married James HARRIS 22 farmer Broughton (Father: John Harris) on 29/5/1873 Auburn Wesleyan Chapel. Minister: James HASLAM. Witnesses: Samuel Clark Robinson farmer Mintaro and Albert JACOBI tanner Seven Hill. James Harris butcher Jamestown, died 1/7/1890, of enteric fever, aged 40. By 1892, the son John Frederick Simpson was a carrier in Bourke NSW, his sister Emily Harris, was a widow at Mannanarie, and Anne Maria MONTGOMERY was with her husband, Robert Shephard Montgomery labourer Kooringa. In 1892, Frances KENNEDY widow Parkside, spoke out about what had happened to her brother, Frederick SIMPSON. He had left SA for Vic, where he was a labourer in Stawell and then he moved to NSW, where he lived in places unknown. He kept in irregular touch by letter with his sister, but refused to sign a statutory declaration about his situation for Richard Hedley Lathlean Application 22351

No 2

GEORGE, Abraham farmer Lyndoch Valley 1854 Hundred of Upper Wakefield land purchase Memorial 137/74

GEORGE, Abraham and John Andrew George farmers Auburn 1854 Memorial 446/75

GEORGE, Abraham farmer formerly of Lyndoch Valley 1854 but now of Kingswood 1877 Application 16469

GEORGE, Abraham farmer formerly of Auburn then of Moonta 1875 now of Mt Brown 1878 Application 16628

GEORGE, Abraham of Stephenston 1885 Memorial 139/370

GEORGE, Abraham farmer Moonta 1871, died 1/7/1890 place not stated. His widow, Sally George of Footscray Vic, died 8/9/1901. Executors of her will; William John George and Sebastian De Lorn George. The family as at 1915 included: Elizabeth COCKS wife of Anthony Cocks of Parkside; William John George storekeeper Nannup WA; Sarah Ann George spinster Palmerston North New Zealand; Emma ROEDIGER wife of Julius Ellard Gottfried Roediger of Cobden Vic; Lance Abraham George merchant Wellington New Zealand; Sebastian DeLorn George mining expert Adelaide; Arthur Andrew George merchant Wellington New Zealand; Florence Ruth George spinster Palmerston North New Zealand. Rose George spinster no address had died 16/7/1911 Memorials 189 & 190/472, 12/473

GEORGE, Abraham farmer Moonta, died 1/7/1890 near Quorn. He left his entire estate in trust to his wife, Sally George, for life or until her remarriage. The children would then inherit everything equally absolutely in remainder expectant. However, the land could be leased but not sold until all the girls had married and the sons had turned 21. Estate worth £100 Application 27540

GEORGE, Sally widow formerly of Stephenston SA but then of Footscray Vic widow of the late Abraham George farmer Moonta, died 8/9/1901 Windsor Vic. Estate worth £10. She left her estate in equal shares absolutely to all her children. Children included - Elizabeth COCKS wife of Anthony Cocks mine manager Castle St, Parkside, William John George mine manager Redcastle Murrin Murrin WA, and Sebastian De Lorn George Application 27540

No 3 - perhaps a continuation of No 2

GEORGE, Abraham storekeeper Hammond 1885 Memorial 193/369

GEORGE, Alfred shipping agent Kingston S-E 1886 Memorial 79/378

No 1

GEORGE, Arthur farmer Pt Gawler Hundred of Dublin land grant 1877 Grant Book 26 Page 338 County Gawler

GEORGE, Arthur farmer Yanyarrie 1888 Memorial 247/393

GEORGE, Arthur farmer and grazier Sandal Hills Hundred of Yanyarrie 1896[-1897] Memorial 185/427

GEORGE, Benjamin mariner Pt Adelaide 1853[-1856] Memorial 146/48

GEORGE, Charles linked with Section 130 Hundred of Baldina Co Burra 1885 Memorial 6/370

No 1

GEORGE, Charles Christopher contractor Alford. Hundred of Tickera land grant 1910 Grant Book 14 Page 223 County Daly

GEORGE, Charles Christopher labourer Alford. Hundred of Tickera land grant 1911 Grant Book 14 Page 224 County Daly

GEORGE, Charles Ernest produce merchant Adelaide Co Adelaide. Cockburn (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1886 Grant Book 65 Page 170 County Not named

GEORGE, David confectioner Adelaide (Hindley St) 1854 Memorial 352/85

GEORGE, David Samuel farmer and grazier Wilmington 1924 Memorial 162/490

GEORGE, Edgar Cyril and William Henry George chaff merchants Wasleys. Wasleys Recreation Ground trustees 1926 Memorial 99/496

No 1

GEORGE, Evan teamster New Melrose 1862 Memorial 41/482

GEORGE, Evan teamster New Melrose Hundred of Wongyarra Co Frome, died c1868. He left his entire estate under various conditions to his wife, Mary George, and his children - Samuel George, Lewis George, John George, David George, Thomas George, Lewis George, and Betsy George Memorial 22/234

GEORGE, Evan teamster New Melrose, died 5/3/1866 Stirling North. Husband of Mary George, who died 31/10/1900. Parents of Lewis George agent Melrose 1921. Estate worth £100 Memorial 42/482

GEORGE, FR proclaimed bank manager Yankalilla 1954 Application 29031

GEORGE, Frank Beavis labourer Pt Pirie 1925 Memorial 193/492

No 1

GEORGE, George Lawson hotelkeeper Millicent 1892 Memorial 233/414

GEORGE, George Lawson George hotelkeeper Robe and Esther Judith George his wife1893. [Was she a daughter of Charles BRIDGLAND formerly of Walkerville late of Robe, who died c1892] Application 22467

No 1

GEORGE, George Levason surgeon dentist Adelaide 1857[-1858] Memorial 203/116

GEORGE, George Levason dentist Adelaide, became a bankrupt 1861 Memorial 96/196

GEORGE, Gladstone storekeeper Penola Hundred of Penola land grant 1859 Grant Book 29 Page 10 County Grey

No 1

GEORGE, Henry bootmaker Hindmarsh 1872 Memorial 3/262

No 2

GEORGE, Henry Yatala Labour Prison Keeper Yatala 1897 Application 23461

GEORGE, Herbert John secretary Adelaide (South Tce) 1926. He knew Pt Pirie well Application 27441

GEORGE, James bootmaker Adelaide (Morphett St) 1848[-1851] Memorial 428/10

GEORGE, James George farmer Torrens House Mt Torrens 1912 Memorial 96/466

GEORGE, Johanna widow Glenelg 1864 Application 5196

No 1

GEORGE, John miner Glen Osmond 1849 Memorial 346/19

No 2

GEORGE, John carpenter Kapunda 1852[-1857] Memorial 363/63

GEORGE, John carpenter North Kapunda 1856 Memorial 334/99

No 3

GEORGE, John miner Kooringa 1862 Memorial 249/194

GEORGE, John miner Princes Town/Prince Town near Kooringa 1865 Application 6486

GEORGE, John farmer Kooringa. Hundred of Kooringa land grant 1866 Grant Book 8 Page 14 County Burra

GEORGE, John farmer Kooringa 1866[-1867] Memorial 91/217

GEORGE, John farmer near Kooringa 1867 Application 8643

No 4

GEORGE, John labourer Pt Adelaide 1864 Memorial 228/199

GEORGE, John labourer Portland Estate 1867 Application 8080

GEORGE, John labourer Pt Adelaide 1870 Application 10665

GEORGE, John carter Pt Adelaide 1873 Application 12644

GEORGE, John carter Queenstown 1873 Application 13184

GEORGE, John labourer Queenstown 1874 Application 13553

GEORGE, John carter Queenstown 1874[-1902] Memorial 133/271

GEORGE, John carrier Queenstown 1877 Application 15812

GEORGE, John contractor Alberton 1883 Memorial 23/355

GEORGE, John carrier Alberton 1885 Application 20432

GEORGE, John contractor Alberton 1896[-1900] Application 23157, Application 24001

GEORGE, John contractor Pt Adelaide 1898[-1901] Memorial 150/435

No 5

GEORGE, John carter Pt Augusta trustee Pt Augusta Bible Christian Chapel 1884 Application 20383

No 6

GEORGE, John clerk Queenstown 1900 Application 24001

No 1

GEORGE, John Andrew labourer Pt Wakefield 1877 Memorial 46/299

GEORGE, John Andrew formerly farmer Auburn but then labourer Pt Wakefield and now Goodwood Park 1879 Memorial 80/319

GEORGE, John Andrew out of business Unley 1915 Memorial 12/473

GEORGE, Jonathan greengrocer Kadina. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1877 Grant Book 14 Page 230 County Daly

No 1

GEORGE, Lewis undertaker Melrose 1885 Application 23142

GEORGE, Lewis auctioneer Melrose 1898[-1905] Memorial 95/436

GEORGE, Lewis land agent Melrose 1906 Memorial 249/455

GEORGE, Lewis agent Melrose 1908 Memorial 142/459

GEORGE, Lewis agent Melrose, died 17/11/1923, of 4 days' hypostatic pneumonia, aged 69. Born Swansea, South Wales. 68 years in SA. Married at 25. No family 1925 Memorial 177/493

GEORGE, Lewis auctioneer Melrose, died 17/11/1923. Husband of Ellen Jane George. Brother of Samuel George. Uncle of David Samuel George farmer and grazier Wilmington son of the late David George. Uncle of Florence Adelaide LINKLATER. Estate worth £9,000 Memorials 51 & 84/516

No 1

GEORGE, Louisa Elizabeth widow Kingston S-E 1878 Memorial 122/305

GEORGE, Louisa Elizabeth widow formerly of Kingston S-E but now of Emerald Vic. LM George mantel maker York St, Emerald Hill also mentioned 1882 Memorial 244/345

GEORGE, Nicholas farmer Kadina. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1877 Grant Book 14 Page 230 County Daly

GEORGE, Nicholas Richard storekeeper Moonta 1891 Memorial 12/409

No 1

GEORGE, Obadiah farmer Caltowie Extension. Trustee unnamed Chapel Hundred of Caltowie Hundred of Caltowie land grant 1878 Grant Book 60 Page 187 County Victoria

GEORGE, Obadiah of Shelford near Hansborough Co Eyre. Hundred of Caltowie land grant 1879 Grant Book 60 Page 190 County Victoria

GEORGE, Oscar medical practitioner Adelaide 1888 Memorial 34/391

No 1

GEORGE, Richard omnibus proprietor Adelaide 1876 Application 15569

GEORGE, Richard ommibus proprietor late of Adelaide, but now American War Diorama proprietor Dunedin New Zealand, power of attorney to Albert Sydney DEVENISH gentleman Kermode St, North Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 9/7/1880 Deposit 13/1881 

GEORGE, Richard coach proprietor Adelaide 1882 Application 18919

No 2

GEORGE, Richard licensed victualler Aldinga owned land at Mitcham 1884 Memorial 39/362

No 3

GEORGE, Richard contractor Adelaide 1888[-1892] Memorial 105/390

GEORGE, Robert Charles boot salesman Adelaide 1923 Memorial 96/488

GEORGE, Samuel farmer Hundred of Willochra 1892 Memorial 202/413

GEORGE, Sarah Adelaide married woman Alberton 1912 Application 25926

GEORGE, Sebastian De Lorne mining engineer Adelaide 1920 Memorial 81/480

GEORGE, Stella May married woman Strathalbyn 1930 Application 27821

No 1

GEORGE, Thomas yeoman Findon 1863 Application 4517

No 2

GEORGE, Thomas business manager Adelaide and Smaro George his wife 1936 Memorial 75/510

GEORGE, Thomas James farmer Hundred of Woolundunga 1887 Memorial 38/389

GEORGE, Thomas Shayle gentleman Monmouth, Co Monmouth, England, about to sell SA land to William Edwin BELLAMY gentleman Monmouth, England, for £148, power of attorney to George MORPHETT barrister Adelaide, to arrange the sale 30/11/1841 Deposit 119/1859

GEORGE, William guard Dry Creek 1866[-1874] Memorial 10/230, Application 7963

No 1

GEORGE, William Henry painter and glazier Adelaide (King William St) 1846 Memorial 344/6

GEORGE, William Henry painter Adelaide 1849 Memorial 329/15

No 1 - perhaps the same person

GEORGE, William John schoolteacher Wilmington Stephenson (Hundred of Palmer) township allotment land grant 1879 Grant Book 49 Page 96 County Newcastle

GEORGE, William John of Tarcowie Co Dalhousie 1885 Memorial 139/370

GEORGE, William John agent Pt Broughton Co Daly 1889[-1891] Memorial 34/397

GEORGE, William W licensed victualler Mt Remarkable 1857 Memorial 206/127

GEORGE, William St brewer Melrose. Trustee Anglican Church Melrose 1865 Memorial 61/207

GEPP, Ada widow Price. Price township allotment land grant 1915 Grant Book 20 Page 27 County Fergusson FIND

GEPP, Francis Walter clerk Adelaide (King William St) 1890 Memorial 61/401

No 1

GEPP, Frederick farmer Angas Park 1851[-1852] Memorial 61/35

No 2 - possibly a continuation of No 1

GEPP, Frederick gentleman Adelaide 1853 Memorial 337/56

GEPP, Frederick gentleman Section 542 Hundred of Belvidere Co Light 1857 Memorial 313/118

GEPP, Frederick farmer near Bagot Gap 1869 Memorial 31/239

No 1

GEPP, Henry of Willunga 1855 Memorial 340/80

No 2

GEPP, Henry licensed victualler Adelaide (Aurora Hotel Pirie St) 1909 Memorial 153/461

GEPP, Marie [married woman wife of Henry Gepp] of the Aurora Hotel, Pirie St, Adelaide 1909 Application 25610

GEPP, Henry Francis blacksmith Willunga 1863[-1865] Memorial 286/187

No 1

GEPP, Isaac water carrier Adelaide 1844 Memorial 433/3 Publican Windmill Public House Great North Road near Adelaide 1845 Memorial 118/6 Publican Magill 1850 Memorial 374/23

GEPP, Isaac gentleman Magill 1852 Memorial 490/39

GEPP, Isaac licensed victualler Anderson's Hotel Great Eastern Road 1853 Memorial 33/53

GEPP, Isaac formerly of the Gepps Cross Inn 1845 but now of Magill 1861 Application 2346

GEPP, Isaac licensed victualler Third Creek 1861[-1875] Memorial 249/302, Application 13620

GEPP, Isaac formerly licensed victualler near Magill but now out of business North Kensington 1883 Memorial 234/349

No 1

GEPP, Joseph gentleman Norwood 1865 Memorial 33/207

GEPP, Joseph of Adelaide 1860 Application 1732

GEPP, Joseph storeman Adelaide (Flinders St) 1874 Memorial 94/274

GEPP, Joseph storeman formerly of Adelaide (Flinders St) 1874 but now of Kent Town 1875 Application 14038

GEPP, Joseph storeman Kent Town 1908 Memorial 89/323

GEPP, Lawrence Harold gardener Norton Summit 1943 Memorial 75/517

No 1

GEPP, Thomas livery stable keeper Adelaide 1848[-1858] Memorial 154/133

GEPP, Thomas farrier Adelaide (next to the Southern Cross Hotel King William St) 1849 Memorials 300 & 499/17

No 2

GEPP, Thomas clerk to G & J DOWNER solicitors Adelaide 1872 Memorial 126/258

GEPP, Thomas clerk to WH WADEY solicitor Adelaide 1878 Memorial 92/306

GEPP, Thomas solicitor Adelaide 1884[-1889] Memorial 42/358

GEPP, T Leslie agent Adelaide 1911 Memorial 56/465

GEPP, WF clerk Adelaide 1887 Memorial 178/381

No 1

GEPP, WJ clerk to FR AYERS solicitor Adelaide 1875 Memorial 15/281

GEPP, WJ clerk Adelaide 1875[-1901] Memorial 10/284

GEPP, WJ clerk Adelaide 1901 Application 28204

No 1

GEPPERT, August stone mason Seppeltsfield 1859 Application 229

GEPPERT, August mason Laura Hundred of Appila land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 508 County Frome

GEPPERT, George mason Wirrabara Hundred of Wongyarra land grant 1900 Grant Book 23 Page 54 County Frome

GERAGHTY, Edmond smelter Kapunda 1860[-1863] Memorial 209/162

GERAGHTY, Edward smelter Kapunda 1859[-1861] Memorial 120/148

No 1

GERARD, Alfred Edward engine driver Salisbury 1906 Memorial 37/456

GERARD, Alfred Edward electrical engineer Prospect 1913[-1926] Memorial 46/469

GERARD, Alfred Edward formerly electrical engineer but now company director Prospect 1943 Memorial 46/517

GERARD, Henry miller Middleton 1857 Memorial 136/125

GERBER, Adolph Heinrich Roderich baker Adelaide 1874 Memorial 44/275

No 1

GERBES, Christian miner Traversbrook near Adelaide 1850 Memorial 28/20

GERBES, Christian miner Adelaide 1851[-1854] Memorial 111/34

No 1 - perhaps a continuation of the previous entry

GERBES, Ernst Christian farmer Kensington 1852 Memorial 378/45

GERBES, Ernst Christian farmer formerly of Kensington but now of Macclesfield 1853 Memorial 453/50

GERBES, Ernst Christian farmer Section 2858 Hundred of Macclesfield 1854 Memorial 299/61

GERBES, Ernst Christian farmer Bugle Ranges 1858 Memorial 323/137

GERBES, Ernst Christian farmer Hundred of Macclesfield 1861 Memorial 140/173

GERBES, Ernst Christian farmer near Echunga 1861 Memorial 34/174

GERBES, Ernst Christian butcher Echunga 1861[-1867] Memorial 80/215

GERBES, Ernst Christian farmer Friedrichstadt near Echunga 1868 Application 9088

GERBES, Jacob cabinetmaker Kensington 1853[-1855] Memorial 41/60

GERHARD, Friedrich Johann Christian blacksmith Lobethal 1850[-1877] Memorial 104/27

GERHARD, Heinrich Friedrich blacksmith Waukaringa Waukaringa township allotment land grant 1889 Grant Book 45 Page 3 County Lytton

No 1

GERHARDY, Heinrich farmer Lobethal 1854 Memorial 74/70

GERHARDY, Heinrich farmer Section 5140 near the Sources of the Onkaparinga 1856 Memorial 165/99

GERHARDY, Hermann farmer Springton 1890 Memorial 123/404

No 1

GERHARDY, Johann August Carl farmer Black Hill trustee unnamed Church Hundred of Ridley Hundred of Ridley land grant 1894 Grant Book 58 Page 155 County Sturt

GERHARDY, Johann August Carl farmer Black Hill trustee unnamed Cemetery Hundred of Ridley Hundred of Ridley land grant 1897 Grant Book 58 Page 155 County Sturt

GERICKE, Albert Louis farmer Terowie 1887 Memorial 107/387

GERICKE, August Philipp farmer Gumbowie Hundred of Gumbowie land grant 1895 Grant Book 40 Page 48 County Kimberley

No 1

GERICKE, Ferdinand Ludwig of Adelaide 1849 Memorial 426/14

GERICKE, Ferdinand Ludwig carpenter Adelaide 1851 Memorial 247/28 Carpenter Woodside 1852 Memorial 417/44

GERICKE, Ferdinand Ludwig farmer Lyndoch Valley 1867 Memorial 20/220

GERICKE, Ferdinand Ludwig farmer Hamilton on the Light 1872 Memorial 149/262, Application 12320

GERICKE, Lebrecht farmer near Williamstown Hundred of Melville land grant 1881 Grant Book 19 Page 84 County Fergusson

GERICKE, Wilhelm Carl farmer Terowie Hundred of Gumbowie land grant 1891 Grant Book 40 Page 47 County Kimberley

GERIN, John farmer Bull Creek 1852[-1857] Memorial 54/47

No 1

GERKE, Wilhelm Ottomar and Louis Rodemann grocers Adelaide (Rundle St) 1852 Memorial 18/44

GERKE, Wilhelm Ottomar grocer Adelaide 1854[-1855] Memorial 112/80

GERKE, Wilhelm Ottomar storekeeper Adelaide, power of attorney to RODEMANN, Maximilian Louis grocer Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 14/1/1856 Deposit 277/OA

GERKE, Wilhelm Ottomar storekeeper formerly of Adelaide but now in parts beyond the seas 1857 Memorial 123/126

GERLACH, August Friedrich blacksmith Brady Creek. Hundred of Apoinga land grant 1917 Grant Book 8 Page 67 County Burra

GERLACH, Carl August farmer Light Pass 1907 Memorial 121/458

No 1

GERLACH, Johann Carl Ludwig merchant Lobethal 1850[-1853] Memorial 190/28

GERLACH, Johann Carl Ludwig formerly merchant Lobethal 1850 but now of Lyndoch 1872 Application 11850

No 1

GERLACH, Johann Gottlieb farmer Point Pass 1886 Memorial 147/378

GERLACH, Johann Gottlieb farmer Point Pass 1904 Grant Book 17 Page 177 County Eyre

No 1

GERLOFF, Johann Christian Adolph carpenter Adelaide (Flinders St) 1849[-1858] Memorial 401/17

GERLOFF, Johann Christian Adolph carpenter Gawler 1865 Memorial 122/206

GERLOFF, Johann Christian Adolph carpenter formerly of Adelaide 1854 now of Kent Town 1878 Application 16949

No 1

GERLOFF, Wilhelm Adolph tobaccconist Adelaide (Beaconsfield Buildings King William St) 1883 Memorial 19/357

GERLOFF, Wilhelm Adolph hotelkeeper Bridgeport Mobilong (later Murray Bridge Hundred of Mobilong) township allotment land grant 1884 Grant Book 58 Page 218 County Sturt

GERMANN, Gottlieb mining manager Ironbark Sandhurst Vic a native of Clausthal (Harz), Hanover, formerly of SA 1882 Application 19277

GERMEIN, Ann spinster Pt Adelaide 1876, linked with John Germein pilot Pt Adelaide Application 15498

No 1

GERMEIN, Benjamin pilot Pt Adelaide 1853[-1855] Memorial 370/55

GERMEIN, Benjamin pilot Le Fevre Peninsula 1858 Memorial 143/145

GERMEIN, Benjamin lighthouse keeper Cape Northumberland light house 21/10/1861, when the brig John Ormerod was totally wrecked and lost. No property ever brought to him from the wreck Application 9419

GERMEIN, Benjamin formerly mariner of ? 1859 now lighthouse keeper Pt MacDonnell 1865 Application 6397

No 1

GERMAIN/GERMEIN, Charles storekeeper Pt Adelaide [Is this really Charles George Germein?] 1854 Memorial 346/74

No 1

GERMEIN, Charles George settled in Thebarton in 1839, when he built himself a house. He left for Pt Adelaide in 1844, leaving the house empty. 6464Some 6 years later, he pulled down the house because it was becoming far too delapidated. Nothing further built on the site By 1879, CG Germein had moved to Lake Wangary to become a farmer Application 17453

GERMEIN, Charles George tinplate worker Pt Adelaide 1851[-1854] Memorial 414/37 Pt Adelaide and Alberton Freehold Land and Building Society trustee 1854 Memorial 336/70

GERMEIN, Charles George storekeeper Pt Adelaide 1854[-1868] Memorial 427/77

GERMEIN, Charles George tinsmith Pt Adelaide 1858 Memorial 277/135

GERMEIN, Charles George tinman Pt Adelaide 1859 Memorial 17/155, Application 362

GERMEIN, Charles George licensed victualler Pt Adelaide 1862[-1865] Memorial 351/186

GERMEIN, Charles George formerly licensed victualler 1856 but now tinman Pt Adelaide 1865 Application 6498

GERMEIN, Charles George tin plate worker formerly of Pt Adelaide but now of Findon 1869 Memorial 240/238

GERMEIN, Charles George tinplate worker Findon 1870 Memorial 111/247

GERMEIN, Charles George farmer Findon 1875[-1876] Application 14717

GERMEIN, Charles George farmer Hundred of Warrow Co Flinders linked with Sarah Ann Germein of the same address 1885 Memorial 100/371

GERMEIN, Charles George farmer Hundred of Warrow 1886 Memorial 106/381

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

GERMEIN, John pilot Pt Adelaide 1851[-1875] Memorial 204/30

GERMEIN, John mariner Pt Adelaide 1853[-1859] Memorial 370/55

GERMEIN, John pilot Le Fevre Peninsula 1855 Memorial 318/95

GERMEIN, John the Elder mariner Pt Adelaide linked with John Germein the Younger mariner Le Fevre Peninsula 1872 Memorial 176/261

GERMEIN, John pilot Le Fevre Peninsula, died 4/10/1879. His wife, Olinda Germein, to inherit his estate absolutely, except for estate upon trust or mortgage. Estate worth £300 Enrolment 25/53

GERMEIN, John master mariner Le Fevre Peninsula 1881 Application 18490

No 1

GERMEIN, Olinda widow Le Fevre Peninsula 1880[-1881] Memorial 169/327, Application 18423

GERMEIN, Olinda widow Le Fevre Peninsula, died c1881. John Germein master mariner Le Fevre Peninsula, a son of the deceased Memorial 174/330

No 1

GERMEIN, Samuel pilot Pt Adelaide 1854 Memorial 256/155

GERMEIN, Samuel pilot formerly of Pt Adelaide but now of the Semaphore linked with Samuel Joseph Germein storeman The Semaphore 1881 Memorial 143/330

GERMEIN, Samuel pilot Semaphore linked with Samuel Joseph Germein storeman Semaphore 1882 Memorial 123/346

GERMEIN, Samuel pilot formerly of Pt Adelaide but now of Semaphore 1883 Application 19712

GERMEIN, Samuel mariner Semaphore, died 13/8/1886, of asaphagus and stomach cancer, aged 68. Hugh QUIN gentleman Pt Adelaide 1896 said that Samuel Germein and a certain George BURTON late of Adelaide 1841 and Pt Adelaide from 1841 (who died many years ago without any close family in SA) used to work together in the Pt Adelaide bond stores Application 23083

No 1

GERMEIN, Samuel Joseph storeman Semaphore 1893 Application 22526

GERMEIN, Samuel Joseph storeman Semaphore 1883 Application 19712. Storeman Le Fevre Peninsula 1884 Application 20058.

GERMEIN, Samuel Joseph storeman The Semaphore linked with Emily Germein spinster of the same address 1892[-1893] Application 22318

GERMEIN, Samuel Joseph storeman formerly of Semaphore but now of Greenhill Rd, Victoria Park 1909 Application 25595

GERMON, Howard Harry manager Bank of NSW Adelaide branch 1949 Memorial 15/524

GERNER, Alfred Kingsford saddler Two Wells linked with Florence Alice Gerner shop assistant Adelaide (Gouger St) 1899 Memorial 152/439

GERNER, Frank stock driver Parallina Station son of the late Frederick Kingsford Gerner formerly cooper Adelaide now deceased and his wife Rose Gerner now Rose TIPPETT 1890 Memorial 117/401

No 1

GERNER, Frederick Kingsford cooper Adelaide 1859 Memorial 276/160

GERNER, Frederick Kingsford cooper Adelaide, died 2/8/1877. His widow, Rose Gerner, remarried 5/3/1879 to Benjamin TIPPETT. She had 5 children by her marriage with FK Gerner. Apparently, a daughter was Catherine FINK wife of Benjamin Josman Fink merchant Melbourne Vic Memorial 197/398

GERNER, Harry cooper Adelaide son of the late Frederick Kingsford Gerner formerly cooper Adelaide now deceased 1886 Memorial 225/380

GERNER, John Frederick cooper Adelaide son of the late Frederick Kingsford Gerner formerly cooper Adelaide now deceased 1886 Memorial 166/398

No 1

GERRARD, Frances Dovell spinster Conara Thornber St, Unley Park, entitled to estate under the will of the late William Gerrard the Elder formerly grazier Mt Rapid Farm near Rapid Bay now deceased, carrying on business with William Gerrard the Younger grazier Rapid Bay under the style or firm of FD & W Gerrard 1908 Memorial 226/458

GERRARD, Frances Dovell spinster Conara Thornber St, Unley Park, about to leave the said state and to reside for a time in foreign parts, with a share in the estate of William GERRARD stockowner Mt Rapid Farm Rapid Bay, with whom she carried on a business partnership known as FD & W Gerrard. Power of attorney to Joseph GRUNDY grazier Second Valley and William John VANDENBERGH solicitor Adelaide, to collect her claim and manage her SA business affairs 8/1/1908 Deposit 15/1908

GERRARD, John farmer Mongolata 1883 Memorial 186/354

No 1

GERRARD, William stockkeeper Clare 1852 Memorial 424/39

GERRARD, William farmer Clare 1854[-1858] Memorial 476/65

GERRARD, William sheep farmer formerly of Clare, but now of Canterbury New Zealand 1881 Application 18465

No 2

GERRARD, William gentleman Rapid Bay 1860[-1873] Memorial 238/161

GERRARD, William sheep farmer Rapid Bay 1864 Memorial 220/193

GERRARD, William stockholder Rapid Bay 1874 Application 13917

GERRARD, William stockholder Rapid Bay 1875[-1881] Memorial 9/281

GERRARD, William stockholder Rapid Bay Hundred of Yankalilla land grant 1881 Grant Book 37 Page 231 County Hindmarsh

GERRARD, William stockowner Mt Rapid Farm near Rapid Bay 1882 Memorial 200/360

GERRARD, William stockholder Rapid Bay 1884 Application 20041

GERRARD, William stockowner Mt Rapid Station, died c1884. He left his widow, Sarah Ann Gerrard, £400 a year for life, or £200 if she remarried. £150 a year to Frances COGLIN (died 7/10/1883, of senile debility, aged 76) wife of Patrick Boyce Coglin gentleman Brompton Park for life, then the same amount to him [he died 23/7/1892, of morbus cordis, and aortic incompetence and obstruction, aged 77] for his lifetime. £100 a year for 3 years from W Gerrard's death, for Julia MORSE wife of the Rev'd Charles William Morse. £100 a year for 5 years from W Gerrard's death for Jane Drummond Gordon BLACKMORE a minor [perhaps daughter of Edwin Gordon Blackmore Clerk of the Legislative Council Adelaide?]. The trustees to sell Mt Rapid Station once W Gerrard's eldest child turned 25; the trustees had the power to sell other real estate at their discretion Application 24047

No 2

GERRARD, William grazier Yoho Delamere 1926 Memorial 131/494

GERRARD, William grazier formerly of Delamere but now of Hawthorn 1928 Memorial 62/500

GERRARD, William formerly grazier Yoho Delamere but now out of business Brighton 1934 Memorial 193/507

GERRISH, George labourer near Macclesfield 1863 Application 4608

GERRY, William stonemason Kapunda 1857 Memorial 348/130

GERSCH, Adolph Heinrich Daniel labourer Pt Pirie, changed his name to Arthur Renfrey Gersh 1916. Born 8/8/1895 Section 461 Hundred of Tiparra, to Johann Hermann Gersch and Maria Magdelena Gersch Memorial 161/474

GERSCH, Andreas farmer Urania 1902 Memorial 137/447

GERSCH, Johann farmer Hundred of Belvidere 1856 Memorial 220/100

GERSCHWITZ, Carl August labourer Sedan Co Eyre. Hundred of Angas land grant 1898 Grant Book 58 Page 184 County Sturt

GERSCHWITZ, Johann Friedrich labourer Sedan Co Eyre. Hundred of Angas land grant 1898 Grant Book 58 Page 184 County Sturt

No 1

GERSCHWITZ, Wilhelm farmer near Sedan 1881 Memorial 119/351

GERSCHWITZ, Wilhelm farmer near Towitta, died 1882. He left his entire estate to his wife, Ernestine Gerschwitz. Heinrich Gerschwitz farmer near Sedan mentioned Memorials 120 & 121/351

No 1

GERTIG, Johann Christoph Friedrich farmer Point Pass 1883[-1887] Memorial106/347

GERTIG, Johann Christoph Friedrich labourer Point Pass, had died by 1912. Executrix – Anna Maria Gertig widow Point Pass Grant Book 17 Page 180 County Eyre

No 1

GERTIG, Johann Hermann farmer Hundred of Schomburgk Co Burra 1886 Memorial 29/375

GERTIG, Johann Hermann Eduard farmer Hundred of Bundy Co Burra 1886 Memorial 127/373

GERTIG, Johann Hermann Eduard farmer Hundred of Bundey. Hundred of Bundey land grant 1891 Grant Book 9 Page 67 County Burra

GERTIG, Eleonore Margarete Mathilde widow Point Pass [relict of Johann Hermann Eduard Gertig] 1907 Grant Book 17 Page 178 County Eyre

No 1

GERVASI, Peter storekeeper Wallaroo. Tickera (Hundred of Tickera) township allotment land grant 1883 Grant Book 14 Page 387 County Daly

GERVASI, Peter mail contractor Tickera. Hundred of Tickera land grant 1897 Grant Book 14 Page 216 County Daly

GESSNER, Carl of King William St, Adelaide 1864 Memorial 66/198

GETHIN, Edward sheep farmer Barrier Ranges NSW occupied the Ewryowie Barrier Ranges sheep run in SA 1868 Memorial 227/230

No 1

GETHIN, Richard Percy Esquire Adelaide 1867 Memorial 3/227

GETHIN, Richard Percy gentleman late of Adelaide, but now of Earlsfied, Co Sligo, Ireland, power of attorney to Nathaniel Alexander KNOX the Younger gentleman Adelaide, to manage SA properties over which he holds a mortgage 26/9/1870 Deposit 138/1871 FIND

GETHIN, Richard Percy gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now of Earlsfield, Ballymotim? Co Sligo, Ireland 1871 Memorial 192/255

GETHING, WJ articled clerk Adelaide 1884[-1885] Memorial 22/357

GEUE, Allan Maxwell senior linesman Gawler and Helen Geue his wife 1952 Memorial 65/527

GEUE, Edwin Walter commission agent Wasleys. Wasleys Recreation Ground trustee 1926 Memorial 99/496

No 1

GEUE, Friedrich farmer Tanunda 1854 Memorial 403/68

GEUE, Friedrich farmer near Gawler 1854 Memorial 16/69

No 2

GEUE, Friedrich farmer Bethel 1865 Memorial 303/206

GEUE, Friedrich Gottfried labourer Sheaoak Log, died 6/1/1937. Husband of Hulda Metha Geue. Father of Hugo Alwin Geue labourer Sheaoak Log. Estate worth £165 Memorial 140/510

No 1

GEUE, Friedrich Hermann farmer Bethel near Kapunda 1923[-1937] Memorial 133/488

GEUE, Hermann Friedrich farmer Bethel near Kapunda 1925 Memorial 62/492

No 1 - perhaps the same person

GEUE, Johann Friedrich Wilhelm farmer Rosenthal 1858 Memorial 92/146

GEUE, Wilhelm licensed victualler Lyndoch Valley 1864[-1877] Application 5603, Application 16132

No 1

GEUE, Johann Gottfried publican Sheaoak Log Pt Victoria township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 19 Page 205 County Fergusson

GEUE, Johann Gottfried hotelkeeper Sheaoak Log 1893 Memorial 67/418

GEUE, Johann Gottfried licensed victualler Sheaoak Log, died 18/10/1893 intestate. As of 1914, his family was situated as follows - his widow, Anna Ernestine Pauline Geue, still lived at Sheaoak Log. Children - Emma Ernestine HEINJUS married woman Willaston; Johann Alfred Geue labourer Adelaide; Carl Richard Geue blacksmith Balaklava; Friedrich Gottfried Geue labourer Sheaoak Log; Carl Oswald Geue blacksmith Kilkenny; and Alma Olga FEIST married woman Hamley Bridge Memorial 200/470

GEUE, Anna Ernstine Pauline widow Sheaoak Log, died 26/8/1925. Mother of Emma Ernstine HEINJUS, Alma Olga FEIST, Johann Alfred Geue, Carl Richard Geue, Carl Oswald Geue and Friedrich Gottfried Geue labourer Sheaoak Log Memorial 50/494

GEYER, August teacher Tanunda 1892 Application 22218

GEYER, Ernst and Louis farmers Hundred of Belvidere 1865 Memorial 238/200

No 1

GEYER, Friedrich Ernst Heinrich [variously Friedrich Ernst or Ernst Heinrich} doctor of medicine Kapunda 1861[-1867]Memorial 43/173

GEYER, Ernst doctor Kapunda linked with Josephine Geyer widow Adelaide [probably the relict of the late Friedrich Wilhelm Christian Geyer] 1863 Memorial 148/192

GEYER, Ernst Heinrich surgeon formerly of Kapunda but now of Adelaide 1868 Memorial 158/232

GEYER, Ernst surgeon Moonta 1872 Memorial 44/259

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

GEYER, Friedrich Wilhelm chemist Adelaide 1859 Memorial 245/149

GEYER, Friedrich Wilhelm Christian chemist Adelaide (next to the Exchange Hotel Hindley St; Francis BUNN the publican was his father-in-law) 1862 Memorial 211/180

GEYER, Friedrich Wilhelm Christian chemist Adelaide (Hindley St) and Josephine Geyer his wife. Linked with Ernst Geyer surgeon Kapunda 1862 Memorial 55/346

GEYER, Friedrich Wilhelm Christian of Adelaide, died 20/11/1863. Husband of Josephine Geyer nee BUNN. By 1895, Mrs Geyer had moved to East Adelaide. FWC of East Adelaide mentioned 1895 Memorial 147/423

GEYER, Josephine widow Norwood 1866[-1876] Memorial 106/210

No 1

GEYER, Georg Wilhelm farmer Tanunda 1851 Memorial 415/28

GEYER, Georg Wilhelm farmer formerly of Tanunda 1851 then of Angas Park but now of St Arnaud Vic [son of JCW Geyer farmer Angas Park nr Taununda] 1862 Application 3457

GEYER, Henry gentleman Mt Gambier 1857[-1859] Memorial 116/117

No 1

GEYER, Johann Christian Wilhelm farmer Angaston 1852 Memorial 190/42

GEYER, Johann Christian Wilhelm farmer Angas Park 1853 Memorial 145/49, Application 10514

GEYER, Johann Christian Wilhelm farmer Angas Park nr Taununda 1862 Application 3457

GHAGAN, Thomas stone cutter Mitcham 859 Application 603

No 1

GHRIMES, Robert storekeeper Adelaide, and Elizabeth Kneller Ghrimes his wife 1850 Memorial 356/27

GHRIMES, Robert storekeeper Upper Dry Creek and Elizabeth Ghrimes his wife 1852 Memorial 280/40

GHRIMES, Elizabeth Kneller widow Upper Dry Creek 1872 formerly wife 1852 of the late Robert Ghrimes storekeeper Upper Dry Creek Application 12303

GHRIMES, Elizabeth Kneller widow Golden Grove Co Adelaide. Hundred of Booyoolie land grant 1878 Grant Book 60 Page 156 County Victoria

GHRIMES, Wallace Kneller linked with Section 118 Hundred of Yanyarrie Co Granville 1881 Memorial 79/329

GIBB, Archibald labourer Peterborough. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1946 Grant Book 13 Page 242 County Dalhousie

GIBB, Edward cooper Pt Adelaide 1849 Memorial 466/13

GIBB, Eileen secretary 54 Ballville St, Prospect 1948 Memorial 91/523

No 1 - likely to be the same person

GIBB, Francis Ullathorne farmer St Bernards 1864 Application 4934

GIBB, Francis farmer Magill 1880 Application 18317

GIBB, James farm labourer Alma Plains Co Gawler Hundred of Boucaut land grant 1881 Grant Book 55 Page 39 County Stanley

GIBB, Jane spinster Queenstown 1856 Memorial 184/99

GIBB, Robert storekeeper Johnburgh trustee Methodist Church Johnburgh 1925 Grant Book 13 Page 312 County Dalhousie

GIBB, Ronald Harold farmer Johnburgh trustee Methodist Church Johnburgh 1925 Grant Book 13 Page 312 County Dalhousie

GIBB, William storekeeper St Bernards 1848[-1855] St George’s Magill trustee 1848 Memorial 195/11

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

GIBB, William cooper Queenstown 1849 Memorial 215/15

GIBB, William cooper Alberton 1851 Memorial 478/40

GIBB, William the Elder cooper linked with William Gibb the Younger labourer both of Queenstown 1856 Memorial 45/113

GIBB, William cooper Queenstown 1859 Application 890

GIBB, William the Elder cooper Queenstown linked with William Gibb the Younger carter Queenstown 1861 Memorial 253/181

GIBB, William the Younger carrier Queenstown 1854 Memorial 13/70

GIBB, William carrier Queenstown 1860 Application 1716

GIBB, William carter Queenstown near Pt Adelaide 1862[-1865] Application 3592, Application 6895

GIBB, William carter Queenstown 1867 Application 8459

GIBB, William carter Queenstown 1867[-1895] Memorial 8/227

GIBB, William the Younger formerly boiler maker 1863 but now carrier Queenstown 1878 Application 16929

GIBB, William the Younger carrier Queenstown 1879[-1880] son of the late William Gibb the Elder cooper formerly of Edinburgh, Scotland and then of Eyremouth, Co Berwick, Scotland, who died 11/6/1875, and his wife Agnes Gibb formerly ANGUS still residing at Eyremouth in 1879 Memorial 115/316

GIBB, William the Elder cooper, formerly of Leith, Co Midlothian, Scotland, later of Eyemouth, near Ayton, Co Berwick, England, now of Edinburgh, Scotland, declared 17/9/1864: He married 23/9/1827 Union Bridge, Tweed River , Mary MOFFAT. The Gibbs lived in Queenstown SA, in 1853, when Mrs Gibb bought two lots at Queenstown, and died 10/6/1859 intestate (did she die in SA??), after the family had returned to Scotland, to live in Falkirk. Two sons at least stayed in SA. Eldest son Thomas Gibb born 21/7/1828 Scotland, died May 1857 Queenstown SA. William Gibb Senr, who inherited his wife’s lots, transferred the land to William Gibb the Younger carter Queenstown SA who was the 2nd son, born 11/11/1833 Leith, Scotland, baptised 1/12/1833 United Presbyterian Church, St Andrew’s Place, Leith Application 3592

GIBB, William the Younger formerly boiler maker 1863 but now carrier Queenstown 1878 Application 16929

GIBB, William carter Queenstown 1895 Application 22960

No 2

GIBB, William storekeeper St Bernard 1852 Memorial 239/45

GIBB, William storekeeper Woodforde 1854 Memorial 283/71

GIBB, William David dairyman Peterborough. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1950 Grant Book 13 Page 243 County Dalhousie

No 1

GIBB, William James labourer Magill 1877 Memorial 163/301

GIBB, William James grocer Magill 1878 Application 16905

GIBBINS, Leslie Graham secretar 13 Barrelder Rd, Torrens Park Secretary to Clarkson Ltd, of 135 Rundle St, Adelaide 1957 Application 29265

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

GIBBINS, Richard farmer Adelaide 1841 Memorial 162/134

GIBBINS, Richard farmer Spring Valley Co Adelaide 1847[-1848] Memorial 324/8

GIBBINS, Richard farmer Hope Valley 1850 Memorial 236/24

GIBBINS, Richard farmer Upper Sturt 1851[-1869] Memorial 140/32

GIBBINS, Richard gentleman Coromandel Valley 1874 Memorial 112/272

GIBBINS, Richard farmer Coromandel Valley 1882 Application 18829

GIBBINS, Richard farmer Springvale Upper Sturt 1883[-1902] Memorial 122/353

GIBBINS, Richard farmer formerly of Coromandel Valley but now of Plympton, became a bankrupt in 1902 Memorial 18/447

GIBBINS, Richard Albert civil servant Adelaide 1915 Memorial 170/473

GIBBINS, Richard George yeoman Springvale Upper Sturt had at least two children - Richard Gibbins and Caroline Gibbins 1875 Memorial 97/291

GIBBINS, Robert ironmonger Hilton and Augusta Gibbins his wife 1876 Application 15739

No 1

GIBBISON, James licensed victualler Alma Hotel on the corner of Sydenham and Magill Roads 1857 7-year lease at £2/10/- a week from Robert STANDLEY blacksmith Norwood Memorial 170/114

GIBBISON, Sarah of Adelaide leased a baker's shop with house and stables in Sturt St at 14/- a week for 7 years from 5/8/1861 Memorial 232/182

GIBBISON, Sarah widow formerly of Norwood but then of Sturt St, Adelaide, leased a bakery and residence 1862 Memorial 310/183

GIBBON, James Henry master mariner Pt Adelaide 1900 Application 24075

GIBBON, Richard labourer Balhannah 1889 Application 21645

GIBBON, Thomas Addison Esquire Adelaide 1848[-1850] Memorial 422/12

No 1

GIBBONS, Alfred Morris licensed victualler Vine Inn, Glen Osmond 1906[-1907] Memorial 216/455

GIBBONS, Alfred Morris licensed victualler Adelaide (Lady Fergusson Currie St) 1912 Memorial 157/466

GIBBONS, David labourer Quorn Hundred of Pichi Richi land grant 1900 Grant Book 49 Page 32 County Newcastle

No 1

GIBBONS, Eugene mounted constable Palmer 1887 Memorial 244/388

GIBBONS, Eugene retired police sergeant High St, Kensington, died 10/7/1932. Father of Thomas Gannon Gibbons civil servant Grand View Grove, Toorak Gardens; Mary Agnes Gibbons spinster High St, Kensington, Phyllis Annie Gibbons, William Francis Gibbons no description, Christopher Patrick Gibbons no description and Eileen Eugenia MOY wife of Bartholomew Joseph Moy merchant Jamestown Memorial 7/506

No 1

GIBBONS, George died suddenly on 9/8/1876 aboard the steamer Jupiter, leaving his wife, Hope Gibbons, and three daughters - Edith Gibbons 13, Kate Gibbons 9 and Emily Lily Gibbons 1 year. A trust fund set up by public subscription to help the family. Hope Gibbons 34 Goolwa (Father; Thomas HILL) remarried to William HAINES the Younger 28 mariner Goolwa (Father: William Haines the Elder) on 10/3/1878 in the bride's home at Goolwa Memorial 163/295 & Search 1490

No 2

GIBBONS, George clerk of the local court Eudunda 1892 Memorial 88/414

GIBBONS, George Poole storekeeper Bordertown 1885 Memorial 119/369

GIBBONS, John innkeeper Lake Hotel Milang 1877 Memorial 128/303

GIBBONS, Richard Arthur labourer Balhannah 1888 Application 21376

No 1

GIBBONS, Robert labourer Oakbank 1858 Memorial 84/144

GIBBONS, Robert farmer Oakbank 1861 Application 2264

GIBBONS, Samuel baker North Adelaide 1850 Memorial 164/22

No 1

GIBBONS, Stephen labourer Hope Valley 1870[-1880] Memorial 179/245

GIBBONS, Stephen farmer Newton 1883 Memorial 127/347

GIBBONS, Thomas packer Tailem Bend Tailem Bend (Hundred of Seymour) township allotment land grant 1899 Grant Book 54 Page 168 County Russell

GIBBONS, Thomas John mercantile clerk Adelaide 1849 Memorial 295/16

GIBBS, A clerk to AH LANDSEER of Morgan North-West Bend Murray River 1890 Memorial 54/402

GIBBS, Archibald John the Younger labourer Kingston S-E 1936 Memorial 49/510

GIBBS, Eliza of Adelaide 1888 Memorial 211/392

No 1

GIBBS, George carpenter Adelaide (Pirie St) 1851[-1852] Memorial 65/39

GIBBS, George carpenter formerly of Pirie St, Adelaide but now of Sandhurst Vic 1858 Memorial 250/137

No 2

GIBBS, George gentleman Adelaide 1853 Memorial 338/49

No 3

GIBBS, George of Biggs Flat 1893 Memorial 229/419

GIBBS, George Gordon farmer Franklin Harbour Co Jervois. Maxwell (later Emu Bay Hundred of Menzies) township allotment land grant 1883 Grant Book 11 Page 49 County Carnarvon

GIBBS, Henry labourer Grayton 1929 Memorial 120/501

GIBBS, Herbert William clerk Knightsbridge Co Adelaide. Maxwell (later Emu Bay Hundred of Menzies) township allotment land grant 1883 Grant Book 11 Page 49 County Carnarvon

GIBBS, HJ director Globe Timber Mills Ltd of Flinders St, Adelaide 1951 Memorial 17/526

GIBBS, Isaac farmer Parilla Siding. Hundred of Parilla land grant 1908 Grant Book 12 Page 93 County Chandos

GIBBS, James of Adelaide probably linked with Eliza Gibbs of Adelaide 1888 Memorials 94 & 95/392

GIBBS, James Bennett of Morgan 1885 Memorial 167/364

GIBBS, James Cross restaurant keeper Adelaide 1901 Memorial 118/443

No 1

GIBBS, James Gordon cabinetmaker Adelaide 1854 Memorial 475/62

GIBBS, James Gordon upholsterer Adelaide 1856 Memorial 29/112

GIBBS, James Gordon cabinetmaker Adelaide (Rundle St), became a bankrupt in 1866 Memorial 16/218

GIBBS, James Gordon cabinetmaker Adelaide 1868 Memorial 192/230

No 1

GIBBS, John baker Adelaide 1840 Memorial 109/329

GIBBS, John miller and baker Adelaide 1845[-1848] Memorial 413/5

GIBBS, John the Younger son of John Gibbs the Elder and a native of Barrington, Somerset, England, lived in Guernsey CI in 1833. Husband of Margaret nee ROBIN. [The Gibbs family emigrated to SA by 1840] Memorial 180/235

GIBBS, Margaret of Bowden 1851 Memorial 347/30

GIBBS, Marguerette or Margaret widow formerly of Bowden but now of Adelaide 1866 Memorial 44/214

GIBBS, Margaret widow Adelaide (relict of the late John Gibbs miller and baker formerly of Guernsey afterwards of Adelaide but now deceased), died 1872-1874, She left her estate in various ways to her daughters, Margaret Clancy Gibbs and Mary Elizabeth FLEMING, and also her grandchildren, William Percival HILL and John Allen Hill Memorial 203/278

No 1

GIBBS, John farmer Lameroo. Hundred of Bews land grant 1910 Grant Book 12 Page 6 County Chandos

GIBBS, John Arthur etc the English representatives of Antony GIBBS & Sons Ltd, of 15 Bishopsgate St, London, Middlesex, and The Albany Old Hall St, Liverpool, Lancs, England (the English Firm) trading in Melbourne, Sydney, Adelaide, Brisbane and Newcastle, appointed representatives for the Australian Firm, trading under the style or firm of GIBBS, BRIGHT & Co, to act in Australasia and New Zealand 14/5/1908 Deposit 32/1908

GIBBS, Levi Francis manager formerly of Glenelg now of Adelaide and Vera Lillie Gibbs his wife 1930, linked with ROSSITER's boot manufactury Unley Rd, Unley Application 27818

GIBBS, Joseph carpenter Gawler 1857[-1858] Memorial 270/121

GIBBS, Lavinia married woman Kingston S-E 1921 Memorial 200/483

GIBBS, W cabinetmaker Adelaide (Rundle St) 1865 Application 5872

No 1

GIBBS, William cooper Queenstown and Mary Gibbs his wife 1853 Memorial 408/62

No 2

GIBBS, William farmer Kingston S-E 1912[-1927] Memorial 183/467

GIBBS, William Gordon cabinetmaker Adelaide 1854 Memorial 475/62

GIBSON, Albert farmer Warnertown 1894 Memorial 188/421

GIBSON, Edred Trevellick formerly hardware merchant Glenelg now out of business 29 Osmond St, Glenelg and GIBSON, Francis George hardware merchant Glenelg, aged 61 and 57 years respectively in 1952. They were both born in Glenelg. Joseph Edred Gibson [probably the father of the above men] purchased David MILLER & Sons ironmongers and timber merchants Glenelg (established in 1856), on 31/3/1908. He built a house on the land in 1909, and carried on the firm under his own name JE Gibson, until 1/7/1929 when ET and FG Gibson purchased the business and traded as Gibson Bros until September 1949 when ET Gibson retired. FG Gibson carried on under his own name. Some people, including prominent local resident Andrew TENNANT, used to take a short cut through the timber yard to get from Partridge St to Cowper St. Millers employed Richard BAKER as a teamster for their business. In 1921, JE Gibson built three lock-up garages facing Cowper St to rent out to motor car owners. E SPARROW took out the first garage on 9/7/1921. By 1930, the garages were no longer leased for cars, but had been converted into a paint manufacturing area. JE Gibson died 13/9/1947 Application 28875

GIBSON, Edward John farmer Hundred of Winninowie 1886 Memorial 184/377

GIBSON, Eliza spinster Hamilton on the Light 1864 Memorial 257/199

GIBSON, Elizabeth widow Mintaro 1879 Memorial 37/313

No 1

GIBSON, George butcher Nairne 1874 Memorial 150/273

GIBSON, George farmer Nairne father of Elizabeth ORAM wife of James Oram chandler Adelaide, Sophia LINES wife of Frederick Lines farmer Springfield and John Gibson butcher Happy Valley 1884. By 1894, James Oram was a chandler at Broken Hill NSW and Federick Lines was a butcher at Gawler. R Mends Gibson mentioned but not described Memorials 208 & 209/423

GIBSON, George gentleman Nairne 1884 Application 20355

No 2

GIBSON, George clerk Adelaide 1879 Memorial 198/315

No 3

GIBSON, George Esquire Muir House, Libberton, near Carnwath, Co Lanark,Scotland, died. His executors, Helen PORTEOUS spinster 64 Queen St, Edinburgh and Robert BEATSON Writer to the Signet Edinburgh, Co Midlothian, Scotland, gave power of attorney to Claude Johnson Samuel SHUTTLEWORTH, and Thomas LETCHFORD licensed land brokers Waterhouse Buildings King William St, Adelaide, to sell his SA estate 6/4/1885 Deposit 97/1885

No 4

GIBSON, George grazier and stockholder Robe 1893[-1898] Memorial 39/419

GIBSON, George Henry surgeon Encounter Bay 1850 Memorial 314/22

GIBSON, Henry of Laura 1896 Memorial 25/428

GIBSON, HE clerk Adelaide 1885 Memorial 243/366

GIBSON, Hugh Cross plumber 7 Vanburgh Place, Leith, Scotland, died 25/9/1855, aged 44. Parents John Gibson plumber and Margaret ROBERTSON. He had married Mary Ann DENOVAN, daughter of Francis Denovan a grain merchant. 4 surviving children - 3 boys and 1 girl from aged 13-7, by the time HC Gibson died. His widow Mary Ann Gibson remarried to John YOUNGER ship owner. Widowed again when she died 30/9/1896, aged 81. Her first husband, Hugh Cross Gibson, recorded as a lead merchant on the death certificate. Hugh Cross had taken out a land order 12/6/1838 for Sections 499, 565 Survey C, both 80 acre sections . The widow had gained an income from rents from this Section in trust for nearly 40 years. The family inherited the Sections outright and put the land under the RPA in 1901. The family's local attorney, Paul Thompson SCOTT accountant Adelaide bought the Sections for £250. He succeeded William SANDERS the first attorney appointed when the trust was set up in 1850, for Section 498

Survey C which his father John Gibson (who had bought the Section with a Land Order) settled upon Hugh's family in trust. Sanders died 3/8/1880 New Glenelg, of heart disease, aged 79. Eldest Son John Gibson had emigrated to Sydney NSW as a contractor, and died there in 1858, leaving three children. 3d son Hugh Gibson, had emigrated to Detroit, Michigan, where he died 31/5/1898, with a wife Maria Gibson, but no children. Sister Charlotte Gibson, had married Maximillian Burkner Burgemeister of the city of Witten, Westphalia, Germany, but had died of general paralysis of the insane in the Royal Asylum at Morningside near Edinburgh, on 12/2/1891 at midnight, aged 42, without descendants. Francis Gibson was a wine merchant in Leith. Wilhelmine had died in childhood before her father died. Application 24238

GIBSON, Iris Weaver married woman formerly of Hewitt Ave, Rose Park now of 16 Grand View Grove, Toorak Gardens 1934 Application 27939

No 1

GIBSON, James labourer Encounter Bay 1842 Memorial 344/107

GIBSON, James farmer Inman Valley 1852 Memorial 370/44

GIBSON, James farmer Bald Hills near Inman Valley, died 1877. His daughter, Ann BARRATT wife of William James Barratt farmer Inman Valley, was the executrix of the estate Memorial 200/303

GIBSON, James the Elder died c18?. He left his wife, Ann Gibson, an annuity of £40 for life. Ann Gibson died 26/5/1882 Pt Victor, of senile decay, aged 89 Their son, Joshua Gibson, had died, leaving 9 children - George James Gibson, Matthew Jagger Gibson (both now deceased), Sarah Gibson now wife of Joseph ELLIS, James Gibson the Younger, Julienne Gibson now the wife of John SHANNON, Joshua Gibson the Younger Thomas Dormer Gibson, Frederick Gavelle Gibson and Richard Victor Gibson. James Gibson's step-daughter, Jemima HANCOCK wife of John Hancock of Inman Hills received £50. Mrs Ann BARRATT widow Inman Valley (daughter of James Gibson the Elder) was the trustee and executor of the will. Christina GIBSON nee MCBETH no age widow (perhaps of Joshua Gibson or one of his sons??), remarried to William FERGUSON no age bachelor shoemaker Cuthero Station, Darling River NSW on 11/7/1891 private home on the station, R Johnston SMITH Presbyterian Minister. Sarah Gibson 21 Pt Victor (Father: Joshua Gibson) married Joseph ELLIS 23 bachelor fellmonger Encounter Bay (Father: George Ellis) on 17/7/1878 Newland Memorial Church, Victor Harbor. Minister: Charles HODGE. Witnesses: Matthew Gibson butcher Pt Victor, and George BENNET labourer Pt Victor; Julienne Gibson 21 Pt Victor (Father; Joshua Gibson) married John SHANNON 24 bachelor chaff cutter Salisbury (Father: George Shannon) on 14/9/1881 Joseph Ellis home Pt Victor. Minister: Charles HODGE. Witnesses: James George Gibson butcher Pt Victor and William BATTYE fellmonger Encounter Bay. Catherine Mary Gibson 39 widow Pt Victor (Father: Henry DAVIES) married William Joseph BARRATT 43 farmer Baroota (Father: William James Barratt) on 21/3/1891 Mrs MIDDLETON's home Dale St, Pt Adelaide. Minister: AC SUTHERLAND. Witnesses: FW KENNEDY printer Semaphore, and C MIDDLETON of Pt Adelaide Application 22631

No 2

GIBSON, James storekeeper Bowden 1844[-1855] Memorial 138/4, Application 19662

GIBSON, James of Bowden 1860 Application 1023

GIBSON, James storekeeper Bowden 1870 Application 10482

GIBSON, James storekeeper Bowden died 29/12/1871 Memorial 215/364

No 3

GIBSON, James labourer Pt Adelaide 1854 Memorial 24/77

No 4

GIBSON, James gentleman Thebarton 1855 Memorial 423/90

No 5

GIBSON, James farmer Plympton 1856 Memorial 7/102

No 6

GIBSON, James labourer Robe 1858 Memorial 348/135

GIBSON, James labourer Robe 1873 Application 12582

GIBSON, James contractor Robe 1888 Memorial 153/390

No 7

GIBSON, James storekeeper Bowden 1918 Application 26651

No 1

GIBSON, James Alexander merchant Adelaide (Hindley St) liquidator of Cresco Fertilisers Co Ltd whose registered office was on North Tce, Adelaide 1922 Memorial 196/485

GIBSON, James Alexander merchant Adelaide (Hindley St) 1923 Memorial 165/488

No 1

GIBSON, John labourer Magill 1854 Memorial 366/61

No 2

GIBSON, John Congregational Minister Angaston 1867[-1868] Memorial 38/222

No 3

GIBSON, John butcher Happy Valley 1881 Application 18416

GIBSON, John butcher Happy Valley 1891[-1894] Memorial 36/412

GIBSON, John farmer Morphett Vale 1902 Memorial 97/445
No 1

GIBSON, John George farmer Craigforth near Gawler, about to marry Agnes BOWES daughter of Ann Turnbull Bowes widow and farmer Viewpark near Smithfield and the late John Bowes formerly farmer Viewpark now deceased who died 6/6/1859. Agnes Bowes inherited £300 from her father, which, with Lots 15 & 16 in West Smithfield, formed part of her marriage settlement [A complicated arrangement because the late John Bowes had left debts on the estate] 1863 Memorial 70/218

GIBSON, John George farmer Craigforth near Sheaoak Log 1867 Memorial 59/220

GIBSON, John George innkeeper Crown Inn Truro 1873[-1876] Memorials 84/268, 219/293

GIBSON, John George licensed victualler Truro Co Eyre. Wilmington township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 24 Page 569 County Frome

GIBSON, John George formerly licensed victualler but now out of business Truro 1876 Memorial 220/293

GIBSON, John George licensed victualler Pt Augusta 1881 Memorial 74/330

GIBSON, John George licensed victualler Cockburn Out of Hundreds. Trustee Institute Cockburn Cockburn (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1888 Grant Book 65 Page 170 County Not named

GIBSON, John Taggert manufacturer 11 Phillip St, West Croydon 1950 Memorial 106/525

No 1

GIBSON, JE undertaker Glenelg 1896 Application 23226

GIBSON, JE undertaker Glenelg 1913 Memorial 100/529

GIBSON, Joseph Edred ironmonger Glenelg 1916[-1917] Memorial 55/475, Application 26582

No 1

GIBSON, Joshua farmer Encounter Bay 1853 Memorial 34/67

GIBSON, Joshua farmer Inman Valley farmer Inman Valley 1854[-1855] Encounter Bay Independent Chapel trustee Memorial 53/90

GIBSON, Joshua stockholder Waitpinga Hundred of Waitpinga land grant 1858[- 1862] Grant Book 37 Page 182 County Hindmarsh

GIBSON, Joshua butcher Pt Victor 1869[-1874] Memorial 61/242, Application 13038

GIBSON, Joshua butcher Pt Victor and Helene Gibson his wife formerly Helene DORMER spinster 1872 Memorial 170/261

GIBSON, Joshua blacksmith Victor Harbor, died 12/10/1874 Memorial 62/366

GIBSON, Joshua died 12/10/1874 Victor Harbor, leaving his wife and 9 children surviving him. Son Matthew Jagger Gibson died 29/9/1880 intestate, leaving his wife, Christina Gibson (at Hackney by 1885) and daughter Katie Helena Gibson surviving him. Katie Helena Gibson died 28/5/1883 Memorial 239/363

GIBSON, Joshua of Encounter Bay, died 12/10/1874. He left a widow, Helene Gibson, and 9 living children. By 1885, the sons and sons-in-law were disposed as follows - Thomas Gibson telegraph operator Pt Augusta, John shannon farmer Encounter Bay, Joseph ELLIS fellmonger Hindmarsh. Minor children: Frederick Gavell Gibson minor Hindmarsh and Richard Victor Gibson of Pt Victor Memorial 51/369

GIBSON, Matthew Jagger of Encounter Bay, died c1882 intestate. His widow, Christina Gibson, obtained Letters of Administration to settle his estate. Family - Kate Helen Gibson, Sarah ELLIS nee Gibson wife of Joseph Ellis, James Gibson, Julienne SHANNON nee Gibson wife of John Shannon, Joshua Gibson, Catherine Mary Gibson, Edward Thomas Gibson, Frederick Gavell Gibson, Richard Victor Gibson. A George James Gibson had also died (is this James Gibson of above?) - his widow called Catherine Mary Gibson. A tangled relationship and some bankruptcies - all estate sold and the proceeds distributed as the Court laid down Supreme Court judgement 31/3/1885 No 43/1885. Application 20970

No 1

GIBSON, Percival John electrician Pt Lincoln and Hilda Elizabeth Gibson his wife 1930[-1946] Application 29200

GIBSON, Percival John electrician Pt Lincoln and Hilda Eliza Gibson his wife 1944 Memorial 116/518

No 1

GIBSON, Peter farmer Owen 1882 Memorial 74/340

GIBSON, Peter farm labourer Dalkey Hundred of Dalkey land grant 1885 Grant Book 26 Page 245 County Gawler

No 1

GIBSON, Robert farmer Hurtle Vale 1851 Memorial 458/31

GIBSON, Robert farmer Morphett Vale 1854 Memorial 230/66

No 2 - perhaps the same person

GIBSON, Robert farmer near Kapunda 1862 Memorial 166/181

GIBSON, Robert labourer near Kapunda 1867 Memorial 162/221

No 3

GIBSON, Robert miner Coolgardie WA 1895 Memorial 79/425

No 1

GIBSON, Samuel shoemaker Adelaide 1848 Memorial 542/12 Shoemaker Woodforde 1851[-1858] Memorial 467/28

No 2

GIBSON, Samuel born 15/8/1856 Magill son of William Gibson teamster 78and his wife, Mary nee KELLY Application 17681

GIBSON, Samuel Fairlie Second Valley 1924 Memorial 54/490

GIBSON, Stuart labourer Mt Bryan 1875 Memorial 248/280

No 1

GIBSON, Thomas gentleman Mintaro 1854 Memorial 421/62

GIBSON, Thomas schoolmaster Mintaro 1857[-1859] Memorial 212/121

GIBSON, Thomas schoolmaster Mintaro 1859. Husband of Elizabeth Gibson Application 19822

GIBSON, Thomas butcher Mintaro 1864[-1867] Memorial 87/198

GIBSON, Thomas builder Mintaro 1864 Memorial 232/198

GIBSON, Thomas mail contractor Mintaro, died 15/4/1871

Adelaide intestate. Letters of administration to Elizabeth Gibson his wife Memorial 168/309

GIBSON, Elizabeth widow Mintaro 1871, relict of the late Thomas Gibson formerly butcher Mintaro Application 11785

No 1 FIND

GIBSON, Thomas McTurk stockholder Yudnapinna 1872 Application 12329

GIBSON, Thomas McTurk surviving partner of the firm of AD TASSIE & Co importers 1873 Memorial 123/268

GIBSON, Thomas McTurk merchant Pt Augusta. Trustee Institute Pt Augusta. Hundred of Davenport land grant 1873 Grant Book 23 Page 43 County Frome

GIBSON, Thomas McTurk commission agent Pt Augusta 1874[-1875] Memorial 16/275

GIBSON, Thomas McTurk stockowner Pt Augusta 1876 Memorial 108/296

GIBSON, Thomas McTurk sheep farmer near Pt Augusta 1877 Memorial 72/302

GIBSON, Thomas McTurk sheep farmer Pt Augusta, died 24/9/1879. Husband of Hannah Gibson. Mary Hannah McTurk Gibson and Maud McTurk Gibson also belonged to this family Memorials 143 & 145/320

GIBSON, Thomas McTurk merchant Pt Augusta Co Frome. Beltana (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 65 Page 2 County Not named

GIBSON, Thomas McTurk sheep farmer formerly of Pt Augusta but then of of Somerton, died 24/9/1879. His wife, Hannah Gibson, benefited from his will Memorial 40/327

GIBSON, Hannah widow Somerton near Glenelg [relict of TM Gibson] 1880 Memorial 200/320

GIBSON, Hannah widow Glenelg, about to leave SA for a time, power of attorney to the Hon John CROZIER MLC Oaklands, to manage her affairs 11/4/1881 Deposit 138/1881

GIBSON, Hannah widow formerly of Glenelg but now of Barnstaple, Devon, England 1884 Memorial 148/364

No 1

GIBSON, William of Adelaide 1850 Memorial 150/24

No 2

GIBSON, William farmer Magill 1853 Memorial 444/49

No 3

GIBSON, William of Bowden 1856 Memorial 60/106

GIBSON, William storekeeper Bowden 1859 Application 18665

GIBSON, William storekeeper Bowden 1882 Memorial 136/342

GIBSON, William out of business Bowden, died 18/7/1908 Fitzroy Tce, Fitzroy, a widower. Father of Isabella Jane COOMBE married woman Hewitt Ave, Rose Park. Estate worth £50 Memorial 127/498

GIBSON, William the Elder out of business Bowden, died 18/7/1908 Fitzroy Tce, Fitzroy a widower and intestate. Estate worth £50. The William Gibsons had 13 children, of whom 4 died in infancy. Two more children died as adults - Howard Ellis Gibson land broker Killicoat St, North Unley, died 19/5/1925 Parkwynd Hospital, Wakefield St, Adelaide, of years' morbus cordis, aged 56. He left a wife and family named. Thomas Gibson storeman Bowden, died 7/1/1927 Sister NELSON's hospital, Grange Rd, Hindmarsh, of 3 months' acute apendicitis, general peritonitis, intestinal obstruction and faecal fistula, aged 46. He left a wife and family named. William Gibson the Elder's surviving family in 1927 included John Ellis Gibson farmer Narracoorte, William Gibson the Younger Minister of Religion Kingston, George Gibson shop assistant Ruthven St, of Grote St, Adelaide, Bessie GURR married woman Torrensville, Annie OSWALD married woman Prospect and Isabella Jane COOMBE married woman Hewitt Ave, Rose Park Application 27636

No 4

GIBSON, William merchant Glasgow, Co Lanark, North Britain. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1858 Grant Book 1 Page 30 County Adelaide

No 5

GIBSON, William the Elder farmer Allen Creek 1862[-1864] Memorial 16/182

GIBSON, William Esquire Edinburgh [perhaps near Allen Creek] 1868 Memorial 236/229

GIBSON, William farmer Allen Creek died 7/5/1871. Husband to Mary Gibson. Father to Samuel Gibson, Catherine Staker nee Gibson wife of Albert STAKER, William Gibson the Younger, Robert Gibson, Mary Ann Gibson, Henry Gibson, James Gibson. Mrs William Gibson to be sole executor, but if she remarried before the children turned 21, Peter HENDERSON farmer Black Hill Allen Creek, John RUSBRIDGE farmer Allen Creek, and James KESTER farmer Allen Creek to become executors and guardians of the Gibson children. Dispute about the terms of his will settled in the Equity Court 1878. Memorial 146/315 and Equity Act 47/1

No 6

GIBSON, William farmer Allendale, died 31/10/1871. His whole estate in equal shares absolutely to his children, Samuel Gibson, Catherine Gibson, William Gibson, Robert Gibson, Mary Ann Gibson, Henry Gibson, and James Gibson, provided they paid their mother, Mary Gibson, 21/- a week maintenance. If she remarried, she was to get £100 absolutely to settle her share of the estate Then the new trustees to be Peter HENDERSON farmer Black Hill Allen Creek, and James kester FARMER Allen Creek. Estate worth £2,000 Deposit 92/53.

No 7 - perhaps the same person

GIBSON, William carpenter Bridgewater 1906 Memorial 17/456

GIBSON, William carpenter Kingston S-E 1924 Memorial 50/490

GIBSON, William carpenter Kingston S-E, aged 74 in 1939, declared that he had lived in Kingston for over 30 years Application 28146

GIDDINGS, Benjamin farmer Chain of Ponds 1873[-1882] Memorial 224/265, Application 19132

GIDDINGS, Charles farmer Baroota trustee Bible Christian Chapel Hundred of Baroota land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 696 County Frome

GIDDINGS, David farmer Cavanagh West linked with James Giddings farmer Yongala 1900 Memorial 125/440

No 1 - perhaps the same person

GIDDINGS, Frederick of Willunga 1857 Memorial 173/117

GIDDINGS, Frederick farmer McLaren Flat 1867 Application 8715

GIDDINGS, Frederick farmer McLaren Vale and Mary Ann Giddings his wife 1889 Memorial 81/398

No 1

GIDDINGS, George carpenter Lyndch Valley 1865 Memorial 183/205

GIDDINGS, George of near Mt Burr 1873 Memorial 126/274

GIDDINGS, George carpenter Millicent Hundred of Mt Muirhead land grant 1873 Grant Book 31 Page 192 County Grey

GIDDINGS, Gertrude trained nurse Glenelg 1923 Application 27189

No 1 - possibly the same person

GIDDINGS/GEDDINGS, James of Chain of Ponds 1854[-1858] Memorial 44/75

GIDDINGS, James farmer Chain of Ponds 1860. He could not write Application 1443

GIDDINGS, James farmer Kersbrook Co Adelaide. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1881 Grant Book 13 Page 197 County Dalhousie

GIDDINGS, James farmer Yongala 1883 Memorial 28/352

GIDDINGS, James farmer Yongala Co Dalhousie. Hundred of Cavenagh land grant 1886 Grant Book 34 Page 22 County Herbert

No 1

GIDDINGS, John lime burner Prospect 1855 Memorial 115/98

GIDDINGS, John farmer Chain of Ponds 1860 Memorial 93/162

GIDDINGS, John gentleman Maidstone District of Para Wirra 1886 Memorial 114/376

No 2

GIDDINGS, John farmer formerly of McLaren Vale but now of Waterloo Bay near Bramfield 1879 Memorial 146/314

No 3

GIDDINGS, John farmer Yongala. Hundred of Morgan land grant 1884 Grant Book 13 Page 418 County Dalhousie

GIDDINGS, Joseph of Morphett Vale and Mary Giddings his wife 1883 Application 20004

No 1

GIDDINGS, William brickmaker North Adelaide 1854 Memorial 285/76

GIDDINGS, William mason North Adelaide 1863 Memorial 199/190

GIDDINGS, William mason Norwood 1869 Application 10401

No 2

GIDDINGS, William farmer North Gumeracha 1866 Memorial 249/222

No 3

GIDDINGS, William farmer Eurilpa 1887 Memorial 40/388

No 4

GIDDINGS, William railway ganger Murray Bridge Hundred of Mobilong land grant 1899 Grant Book 58 Page 374 County Sturt

GIDDINGS, William John Peter journalist Glenelg 1902 Memorial 57/446

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

GIDLEY, John farmer Adelaide 1852 Memorial 450/41

GIDLEY, John farmer Plympton 1853 Memorial 461/49

GIDLEY, John gardener Plympton 1868 Memorial 77/235

GIDLEY, John the Younger gardener Plympton 1875[-1880] Memorial 139/280

GIDLEY, John the Younger gardener Bridgewater 1881[-1882] Memorial 57/336

No 2

GIDLEY, John carpenter Thebarton 1865 Memorial 322/201

GIDLEY, John formerly carpenter Thebarton but presently of Kanaka 1889 Memorial 43/396

No 1

GIDLEY, John Symons of Buckland Park Pt Gawler 1849 Memorial 235/17

GIDLEY, John Symons carpenter Pt Gawler 1851 Memorial 436/34

GIDLEY, John Symons labourer Pt Gawler 1856 Memorial 321/110

GIERKE, Alfred Bernhard farmer Nildottie 1912. Nildottie Hospital trustee Grant Book 3 Page 5 County Albert

GIERKE, Johann Carl Gustav farmer Robertstown 1888[-1894] Memorial 116/389

No 1

GIERSCH, August farmer Lyndoch Valley 1853 Memorial 299/49

GIERSCH, August of Hoffnungsthal near Lyndoch Valley 1853 Memorial 104/50

GIERSCH, Carl Heinrich gardener Adelaide Rd, Kapunda 1956, declared that he had been born on 6/10/1887 and had lived in Kapunda for some 30 years Application 29164

No 1

GIERSCH, Carl Julius machinist Sheaoak Log 1884 Memorial 9/359

GIERSCH, Carl Julius machinist Sheaoak Log, died 9/1/1893. Linked with Johann Wilhelm Giersch farmer Waterloo. Executor: Friedrich Ehregott SCHWARZ farmer Neu Mecklenburg Memorial 130/417

GIERSCH, Carl Julius machinist Sheaoak Log, died 1893. Brother to Johann Wilhelm Giersch farmer Waterloo Memorial 32/483

GIERSCH, Carl Julius machinist Sheaoak Log, died 9/1/1893. His real estate to be sold to pay his debts, and his wife, Maria Martha Giersch, to get any money left over. For his son, Carl Friedrich Wilhelm Giersch 'my turners lathe and the drilling and boring machine together with the tools belonging thereto. To his son, Johannes Theodor Heinrch Giersch 'the sewing machines, mortising machine and spokecutter together with all the tools belonging thereto' His wife, Maria Martha Giersch, to get his life insurance, the farm animals and all household furniture. Hi sister Marie Bertha Giersch to get assets which their father had left them. Her child, Anna Martha Giersch, to inherit assets equally with CJ Giersch's children. His brother Johann Wilhelm Giersch farmer Waterloo and Ehregott SCHWARTZ farmer Neu Mecklenburg to be executors. CJ Giersch could not write. Estate worth £1,260 Application 25122

No 1

GIERSCH, Gottlieb Ernst farmer Kapunda 1939 Application 28261

GIERSCH, Gottlieb Ernst farmer and chaff merchant Kapunda 1955, declared that he had been born on 17/1/1883 and had lived in the town for 30 years Application 29140

No 1

GIERSCH, Johann August farmer Adelaide 1854 Memorial 365/75

GIERSCH, Johann August farmer near Lyndoch Valley 1860 Application 1113

GIERSCH, Johann August farmer Neu Mecklenburg 1869 Memorial 232/236

GIERSCH, Johann August farmer Neu Mecklenburg Hundred of Hall land grant 1875 Grant Book 56 Page 210 County Stanley

GIERSCH, Maria Martha widow Sheaoak Log 1899 Memorial 72/438

GIERSCH, Paul Benjamin farmer Rhine Villa 1901 Memorial 161/444

No 1

GIERSCH, Theodor Edwin labourer Kapunda 1919 Application 26733

GIERSCH, Theodor Edwin poultry farmer Kapunda 1937 Application 28064

GIFFARD, James steward Exeter 1888 Application 21411

No 1

GIFFEN, Claude Walter accountant Adelaide 1910[-1914] Memorial 151/462

GIFFEN, CW secretary Adelaide 1920 Memorial 13/507

GIFFEN, Claude Walter secretary CML Building, Adelaide 1953 Application 28965

GIFFEN, Edmund storeman Adelaide and Isabella Giffen his wife 1882 Memorial 20/341

No 1

GIFFEN, Elvira widow formerly of Pt Lincoln but now of Boxhill Vic 1921 Memorial 96/484

GIFFEN, Elvira widow formerly of Boxhill Vic but now of Pt Lincoln linked with Mary Elvira Giffen spinster Pt Lincoln 1952 Memorials 11 & 12/527

GIFFEN, EW clerk Adelaide 1897 Memorial 207/432

GIFFEN, Richard carpenter Adelaide (Angas St) 1850 Memorial 110/25

GIFFIN, EJ secretary to John REID & Sons Ltd of Gresham St, Adelaide 1902 Memorial 225/446

No 1 - perhaps the same person

GIFFIN, John gentleman Pt Lincoln 1866 Memorial 40/212

GIFFIN, John stockman Pt Lincoln 1867 Application 8810

GIFFIN, John James of Pt Lincoln and Elvira Giffin his wife 1897 Memorial 141/433

No 1

GIFFORD, John Esquire Tarlamoor 1854 Memorial 494/71

GIFFORD, John Esquire Tarlaemoor near Guichen Bay 1859 Memorial 295/155

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

GIFFORD, John gentleman Adelaide 1861 Memorial 33/175

GIFFORD, John gentleman Mitcham 1862 Memorial 143/183

No 3 - perhaps a continuation of No 2

GIFFORD, John gentleman Grove House Yeovil, Somerset, England, died 6/6/1866. Husband of Anna Maria Gifford, who inherited his £1,000 estate. The Giffords had lived at this address at least since 1864 Memorial 4/230, Deposit 48/1868

No 1

GIFFORD, Lawrence waterman Le Fevre Peninsula 1854 Memorial 473/63

GIFFORD, Lawrence shipwright Le Fevre Peninsula 1877 Application 16245

GIFFORD, Lawrence waterman Le Fevre Peninsula 1886 He could not write. Other members of that family included James Gifford foreman railway porter Terowie, Thomas Gifford mason, John Gifford blacksmith, Christie Gifford carpenter and George Gifford mason all of Exeter Application 21122

GIFFORD, Lawrence out of business Le Fevre Peninsula linked with William Gifford mariner Le Fevre Peninsula 1887 Memorial 41/387

No 1

GIFFORD, Thomas school teacher Le Fevre Peninsula 1881 Memorial 82/333

GIFFORD, Mrs widow Young St, Semaphore 1894 Application 22724

No 2

GIFFORD, Thomas wood merchant Exeter and Margaret Gifford his wife 1897 Application 23355.

GIFFORD, Thomas wood merchant Semaphore 1902[-1903] Application 24393, Application 24548

GIFFORD, William mariner Le Fevre Peninsula 1887[- 1892] Memorial 41/387

No 1

GIGNEY, Edmund carpenter Magill 1854 Memorial 106/77

GIGNEY, Edmund carpenter Finchley 1859 Memorial 278/159

GIGNEY, Edmund carpenter formerly of Magill 1854 but now of Finchley 1865 Application 6277.

GIGNEY, Edmund carpenter Finchley 1868. A person called F TURNER living in the Victorian Lunatic Asylum owned the land next door in Finchley village Application 6277

GIGNEY, Edward John carpenter Magill 1876 Memorial 209/290

GIGNEY, William labourer Stone Hut, had died by 1906 intestate. Letters of administration to Sarah WOOLDRIDGE married woman Stone Hut to settle the estate Grant Book 24 Page 517 County Frome

GILBERT, Adolph farmer Hundred of Talunga 1853 Memorial 417/50

GILBERT, Albert Edward Ellis out of business Gawler 1926 Memorial 144/496

GILBERT, Caleb of Mt Barker 1882 Application 19085

GILBERT, Catherine Rebecca spinster Sydney NSW linked with Emma Lucas JOSEPHSON nee Gilbert wife of Joshua Louis Josephson Esquire Muswellbrook NSW. The women owned land in Pt Lincoln 1870 Memorial 202/249

GILBERT, Edward chemist Quorn 1887[-1897] Memorial 92/384

No 1

GILBERT, Frederick William messenger Payneham 1899 Memorial 100/440

GILBERT, Frederick William cemetery curator Payneham 1904[-1913] Memorial 44/451

No 1

GILBERT, Henry gentleman Adelaide 1849 Memorial 188/15

GILBERT, Henry solicitor North Adelaide 1851 Grant Book 0 Page 10 County Unnamed

GILBERT, Henry solicitor Adelaide, died 4/9/1862. He left his entire estate to his wife, Mary Louisa Gilbert Memorial 36/186

GILBERT, Mary Louisa widow North Adelaide 1862 Memorial 19/187

GILBERT, Mary Louisa widow North Adelaide (Margaret St) 1863 Memorial 305/188

GILBERT, Mary Louisa widow North Adelaide (Ward St) 1873, relict of the late Henry Gilbert Esquire formerly of Adelaide 1854 Application 12646

No 2 – likely to be the same person

GILBERT, Henry labourer Melrose. Hundred of Wongyarra land grant 1897 Grant Book 23 Page 54 County Frome

GILBERT, Henry hotelkeeper Wirrabara. Wirrabara township allotment land grant 1907 Grant Book 24 Page 526 County Frome

GILBERT, Henry Robert gentleman Adelaide 1843 Memorial 117/3

No 1 – likely to be the same person

GILBERT, James blacksmith North Road 1850 Memorial 334/20

GILBERT, James engineering smith Lower Finniss. Clayton (Hundred of Alexandrina) township allotment land grant 1862 Grant Book 36 Page 457 County Hindmarsh

GILBERT, James of Clayton 1864 Application 5807

GILBERT, James blacksmith Mt Barker Co Hindmarsh. Hundred of Crystal Brook land grant 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 218 County Victoria

GILBERT, James machinist Crystal Brook 1894 Memorial 148/420

No 2

GILBERT, James carpenter Adelaide 1867 Memorial 28/223

No 1

GILBERT, James David storekeeper Willaston 1859 Memorial 36/153

GILBERT, James David storekeeper Willaston, died c1859. He left his entire estate to his wife, Catherine Matilda Gilbert. Walter DUFFIELD Esquire Gawler and Ebenezer BIRKIN bootmaker North Adelaide were executors Memorial 42/160

GILBERT, Jason farmer Queen's Own Town married Maria DING spinster Currency Creek, on 17/4/1872 Memorial 93/457

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

GILBERT, John blacksmith Adelaide 1850 Memorial 95/115

GILBERT, John blacksmith North Road. Prominent Wesleyan Methodist 1849 Memorial 398/15 Blacksmith Adelaide 1849 Memorial 495/16 Foundation trustee Walkerville Wesleyan Methodist Chapel 1850 Memorial 162/23 Blacksmith North Adelaide 1850[-1853] Memorial 372/33

GILBERT, John blacksmith Upper North Road by the Windmill near Adelaide 1855 Memorial 361/87

GILBERT, John farmer North Road 1853[-1854] Memorial 180/57

GILBERT, John blacksmith Lower Finniss 1856 Memorial 53/108

GILBERT, John farmer Lower Finniss 1856[-1857] Memorial 482/99

GILBERT, John farmer Finniss River 1857 Memorial 261/117

GILBERT, John the Elder farmer Finniss River 1866 Application 7917

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

GILBERT, John farmer Finniss River. Strathalbyn Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee 1869 Memorial 186/242

GILBERT, John the Elder and Peter farmers near Clayton 1868 Memorial 83/231

GILBERT, John and Peter farmers The Finniss 1869 Memorial 119/240

No 2

GILBERT, John labourer Wallaroo Mines. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1873 Grant Book 14 Page 74 County Daly

GILBERT, John Browning of Walhalla Vic, power of attorney to Walter John PONDER bank manager and James MALCOLM agent both of Wallaroo, to manage his SA business affairs 6/3/1889. Brother to William Gilbert no description Deposit 76/1889

No 1

GILBERT, Joseph Esquire Adelaide 1840 Memorial 14/49

GILBERT, Joseph Esquire Coronetto 1847 Memorial 232/19

GILBERT, Joseph Esquire Pewsey Vale 1848 Memorial 233/19

GILBERT, Joseph Esquire Pewsey Vale now deceased Father-in-law of Edward Charles STIRLING formerly Doctor of Medicine London 1880 but now Doctor of Medicine Adelaide 1912 who married Jane Gilbert. Her sister, Sarah Gilbert, married John Adam FERGUSSON Captain in the British Army. Anna Gilbert, another sister, remained unmarried. After Joseph Gilbert died, each daughter received 5% annual interest on £10,000 in trust from her father's £37,000 estate during her lifetime, then during her husband's lifetime, then £5,000 for each daughter for distribution to their own children in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant [The rest of the interest to be added to the principle] Application 26154

GILBERT, Osmond Murray blacksmith Crystal Brook Wilson [also known as Kanyaka Siding] (Hundred of Cudlamudla) township allotment land grant 1884 Grant Book 49 Page 167 County Newcastle

GILBERT, Oswer Thomas builder Hamley Bridge 1924 Application 27186

GILBERT, PE clerk Gawler 1908 Memorial 164/471

GILBERT, Peter farmer Black Springs 1881 Application 18456

No 1

GILBERT, Richard blacksmith Pt Elliot 1852[-1854] Memorial 283/40

GILBERT, Richard farmer Pt Elliot 1858[-1875] Memorial 162/146

GILBERT, Richard formerly blacksmith 1854 but now farmer Pt Elliot 1865 Application 6508

GILBERT, Richard farmer Gilbert’s Brook near Middleton 1881 Application 18504

GILBERT, Richard farmer Middleton 1887[-1889] Memorials 112/392 & 141/400

No 2

GILBERT, Richard miner Wallaroo Mines. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1872 Grant Book 14 Page 78 County Daly

No 1

GILBERT, Sam farmer Nairne 1936 Memorial 89/510

GILBERT, Sam farmer Dawesley, died 23/3/1938. Husband of Olive Grace Gilbert Memorial 69/512

No 1

GILBERT, Thomas Esquire Adelaide 1843 Memorial 262/3

GILBERT, Thomas Esquire North Adelaide 1854[-1855] Memorial 126/79

No 2

GILBERT, Thomas farmer East Payneham 1852[-1854] Memorial 467/41

No 3

GILBERT, Thomas labourer Mt Barker 1910 Memorial 131/463

GILBERT, Thomas labourer Mt Barker 1910 Littlehampton Methodist Church trustee Application 27864

GILBERT, Victor Charles farmer Black Springs 1955, probably a son of Henry Thomas Gilbert (died January 1929) and Maria Frances Gilbert (died 23/3/1948). HT Gilbert had a brother who farmed in that area as well Application 29098

No 1

GILBERT, William Esquire Adelaide 1849 Memorial 353/17

GILBERT, William Esquire North Adelaide 1849 Memorial 454/17

GILBERT, William Esquire Adelaide, about to leave the province for England, power of attorney to his brother, Henry Gilbert, solicitor Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 20/11/1851.W Gilbert left again for England 22/3/1854, power of attorney again to Henry Gilbert Enrolment 21/13 & Deposit 291/1857

GILBERT, William Esquire late of Adelaide, but at present residing in England 1852[-1853] Memorial 131/44 Local attorney Henry Gilbert solicitor Adelaide 1853 Memorial 122/57

GILBERT, William Esquire Wongalere 1859 Memorial 128/159

No 2

GILBERT, William manager for Joseph Gilbert of Pewsey Vale near Lyndoch 1879 Memorial 56/318

GILBERT, William stockholder Macumba Station 1880 Memorial 101/320

GILBERT, William, Wilbraham Harley YOUNG, Edward Francis BELT cattle breeders and stockowners Macumba under the style or firm of Gilbert, Young and Belt between 1879-1882 Memorial 205/414

No 3

GILBERT, William and Charles WILLCOX hay and corn merchants North Adelaide trading in partnership under the style or firm of Gilbert, Willcox & Co 1878 Memorial 191/310

GILBERT, William hay and chaff merchant Adelaide 1881 Memorial 79/336

GILBERT, William MP of North Adelaide 1882 Memorial 57/345

GILBERT, William fodder merchant North Adelaide 1897 Memorial 165/431

No 4

GILBERT, William gentleman Yankalilla 1883 Application 19845

No 5

GILBERT, William farmer Cunliffe 1889 Memorial 192/398

No 6

GILBERT, William farmer Tiparra, power of attorney to Walter John PONDER bank manager and James MALCOLM agent both of Wallaroo, to mange his SA business affairs 25/2/1889 Deposit 75/1889

No 7

GILBERT, William farmer Edwardstown North. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1901 Grant Book 2 Page 14 County Adelaide

GILBERT, William Clarence formerly barman Hindmarsh but now publican Governor Hindmarsh Hotel Bowden 1923 Memorial 32/487

No 1

GILBERT, William George labourer Tusmore 1854 Memorial 43/74

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

GILBERT, William George carter Norwood 1858[-1893] Memorial 370/147, Application 22498

GILBERT, William George builder Norwood 1882 Memorial 91/341

GILBERT, William Samuel Richard Ives gardener Lyndoch 1946 Grant Book 2 Page 57 County Adelaide

No 1

GILBERTSON, Arthur George farmer Morphett Vale 1905 Memorial 82/454

GILBERTSON, Arthur George and Albert Benjamin Gilbertson farmers Morphett Vale 1914 Application 26358

GILBERTSON, Arthur George farmer Morphett Vale, died 30/11/1919 intestate Memorial 139/499

GILBERTSON, Arthur George farmer Morphett Vale, died 30/11/1919 intestate. His widow called Millicent Ruby Gilbertson. Children: Millicent Ada Gilbertson spinster Morphettvale and Thomas Gilbert Gilbertson farmer Morphett Vale 1941 Application 28292

GILBERTSON, Elizabeth spinster Waterloo linked with James Gilbertson farmer Waterloo, Joseph Gilbertson labourer near Salisbury and William Gilbertson labourer Virginia 1881 Memorial 69/329

No 1

GILBERTSON, James farmer Waterloo, linked with Joseph Gilbertson farmer near Salisbury and William Gilbertson labourer Virginia 1882 Memorial 38/339

GILBERTSON, James farmer Waterloo linked with Joseph Gilbertson farmer near Salisbury and William Gilbertson labourer Virginia 1884 Memorial 19/356

GILBERTSON, James farmer Virginia 1891 Memorial 241/409

GILBERTSON, James, William and Joseph farmers Virginia 1896 Memorial 143/428

GILBERTSON, James farmer formerly of Virginia but now of Waterloo 1896 Memorial 144/428

GILBERTSON, James farmer Virginia and Alice Gilbertson his wife 1921 Memorial 92/482

GILBERTSON, James farmer Waterloo Farm near Virginia 1924 Application 27242

No 1

GILBERTSON, Joseph farmer Virginia linked with William Gilbertson farmer Waterloo Corner near Virginia 1892 Memorial 205/412

GILBERTSON, Joseph farmer Virginia, died 26/6/1918. Estate worth £6,500. Husband of Georgina Adella Gilbertson. Father of Henry Harold Gilbertson, Murray Adrian Gilbertson, Walter Ambrose Gilbertson, Alban Austin Gilbertson, and Jasper Gilbertson. Executors; Harold Leslie George Gilbertson farmer formerly of Virginia 1918 but now Woodville 1936, and Charles Edwin Gilbertson fitter Carlton SA Memorials 105 & 114/509

No 1

GILBERTSON, Leonard George farmer Clanfield trustee Clanfield Hall 1922 1925Grant Book 12 Page 12 County Chandos

GILBERTSON, Leonard George farmer Lameroo. Hundred of Bews land grant 1926[-1928] Grant Book 12 Page 13 County Chandos

GILBERTSON, SA of Morphett Vale 1899 Memorial 53/444

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

GILBERTSON, Thomas land owner Adelaide 1851 Memorial 352/31 Landowner Gawler Plains 1851[-1855] Memorial 191/33

GILBERTSON, Thomas farmer Munno Para 1854 Memorial 384/65

GILBERTSON, Thomas of Peachey Belt 1855 Memorial 252/83

GILBERTSON, Thomas licensed victualler Peachey Belt 1858[-1865] Memorial 243/140

GILBERTSON, Thomas the Elder licensed victualler Virginia 1878 Memorial 219/307

GILBERTSON, Thomas farmer Waterloo Farm Peachey Belt 1862 Memorial 175/183

GILBERTSON, Thomas farmer Salisbury 1863 Application 4660

GILBERTSON, Thomas farmer Peachey Belt 1865 Application 6911

GILBERTSON, Thomas farmer near Peachey Belt 1866 Memorial 343/209

GILBERTSON, Thomas the Elder formerly landowner Adelaide 1851 but now publican Waterloo Inn 1873 Application 12559

GILBERTSON, Thomas formerly licensed victualler 1859 but now farmer Peachey Belt 1873 Application 13072

GILBERTSON, Thomas gentleman Waterloo 1877 Memorial 1/300

GILBERTSON, Thomas the Elder licensed victualler formerly of Virginia 1878 now of the Waterloo Inn Peachey Belt 1878 Application 16791

GILBERTSON, Thomas gentleman Waterloo, died 2/12/1880. Father of William Gilbertson labourer Virginia, Joseph Gilbertson farmer near Salisbury and Elizabeth Gilbertson spinster Waterloo Memorial 97/476

No 1

GILBERTSON, William farmer Virginia 1875 Application 14487

GILBERTSON, William labourer Virginia 1881 Memorial 69/329

GILBERTSON, William farmer Waterloo Corner Virginia 1884 Memorial 54/362

GILBERTSON, William farmer Virginia, died 18/3/1911. Father of Harold Leslie George Gilbertson and brother to James Gilbertson Memorial 165/464

GILBERTSON family 1912 - William Edwin Gilbertson labourer Islington, Frances Ann O'LOUGHLIN married woman Kilkenny, Adelaide OKE married woman Pt Adelaide, Ethel Maud HUNTER married woman Sandwell, Harold Leslie George Gilbertson farmer Virginia and James Alfred Gilbertson farmer Virginia Memorial 36/467

GILBERTSON family in 1918 - William Edwin Gilbertson labourer formerly of Islington but now of Kilkenny, Frances Ann O'LOUGHLIN married woman Kilkenny; Adelaide OKE married woman Pt Adelaide; Ethel Maud HUNTER married woman Sandwell; Harold Leslie George Gilbertson and James Alfred Gilbertson both farmers Virginia Memorial 107/476

GILBY, John storekeeper Enfield 1851 Memorial 100/29

GILCHRIST, HW insurance manager 118 Hewitt Ave, Toorak 1927 Memorial 193/496

GILCHRIST, Mr of Dunedin New Zealand 1878. He had links with Kapunda Application 16593

GILD, Samuel surveyor 32 Trevelyan St, Wayville 1957 Memorial 106/531

GILDEA, Colman labourer Adelaide (Waymouth St) 1867[-1876] Memorial 80/226

No 1

GILDERS, Martin labourer Millicent Beachport (Hundred of Rivoli Bay) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 31 Page 288 County Grey

GILDERS, Martin teamster Beachport 1886 Memorial 138/377

GILDING, Benjamin labourer Marden 1879 Memorial 148/315

No 1

GILDING, Edmund shoemaker Stepney 1851 Memorial 63/36

GILDING, Edmund shoemaker Norwood 1854 Norwood Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee Memorial 93/99

GILDING, Edmund shoemaker Glynde 1858[-1870] Memorial 120/132

GILDING, Edmund formerly shoemaker now gardener Norwood Norwood Wesleyan Chapel trustee 1877 Application 16053

GILDING, Edmund gardener Glynde 1878 Application 16997

GILDING, Edmund market gardener Glynde 1882 Application 19137

GILDING, Edmund market gardener Glynde, died c1896. Father of Elizabeth Emma Gilding Memorial 49/428

GILDING, Elizabeth Emma spinster Glynde executrix under the will of the late Edmund Gilding formerly market gardener Glynde but now deceased 1899 Memorial 16/438

No 1

GILDING, George Frederick gardener Payneham 1899 Memorial 100/440

GILDING, George Frederick gardener East Adelaide 1913 Memorial 46/469

GILDING, George Frederick formerly gardener East Adelaide but now out of business Myrtle Bank 1923 Application 27157

GILDING, George Frederick gardener formerly of East Adelaide but now of Fullarton 1926 Memorial 10/495

No 1

GILDING, Richard bootmaker Adelaide 1853[-1855] Memorial 184/47

No 2

GILDING, Richard farmer Marden, died 5/8/1890. His widow, Maria Gilding, had died by 1896. Eliza Jane Goldsworthy, wife of Charles Nelson Goldsworthy, butcher Walkerville, inherited real estate Memorial 161/428

No 1

GILES, Acland articled law clerk Adelaide 1902 Memorial 152/447

GILES, Acland solicitor Adelaide linked with Maurice Graham Giles farmer Melrose and Mortimer Giles the Younger solicitor Adelaide 1914 Memorial 131/471

GILES, Acland solicitor Adelaide 1922 Application 27000

GILES, Acland linked with Mortimer Giles both solicitors Adelaide 1927 Memorial 106/497

GILES, Alexander Mawson and Kenneth Livingstone Giles accountants Adelaide (Waymouth St) 1949 Memorial 113/523

GILES, Alfred stockholder Springvale Katherine River Northern Territory of SA 1889 Memorial 201/416

GILES, Arthur John gentleman Adelaide, about to leave Adelaide for the Northern Territory, power of attorney to Christopher GILES accountant Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 19/11/1879 Deposit 184/1880

GILES, Bernard J telegraph operator Charlotte Waters Northern Territory of SA 1892 Memorial 224/415

GILES, Caleb Playford farmer Enfield Hundred of Ramsay land grant 1883 Grant Book 19 Page 339 County Fergusson

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

GILES, Charles yeoman Adelaide 1840[-1843] Memorial 161/3 GILES, Charles farmer Bold Venture South Road [possibly Section 46 Survey B] 1844[-1846] Memorials 107/4 & 275/5

GILES, Charles farmer Section 1061 Third Creek Co Adelaide 1847 Memorial 211/64

GILES, Charles farmer Third Creek. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1849 Grant Book 1 Page 10 County Adelaide

GILES, Charles of Section 1065 Hundred of Adelaide, known as Giles Garden 1854 Enrolment 45/36

GILES, Charles gardener Grove Hill Third Creek 1854[-1859] Memorial 187/64

GILES, Charles gardener Grove Hill lent out considerable amounts of money on mortgage 1854 Memorial 280/72

GILES, Charles farmer Co Adelaide 1854 Memorial 427/70

GILES, Charles gentleman Section 1061 near Adelaide 1854 Memorial 499/82

GILES, Charles of Giles Garden in the Hundred of Adelaide 1858 Memorial 19/133

GILES, Charles nurseryman Grove Hill near Adelaide 1858 Memorial 248/138

GILES, Charles of Grove Hill near Magill 1859 Application 574

GILES, Charles nurseryman Grove Hill pt Sections 45, 46 Third Creek 1861 Application 2262

GILES, Charles gardener Grove Hill, near Adelaide, about to leave the province for England, power of attorney to his wife, Hannah Giles, to conduct his business on his behalf while he was away 5/2/1862 Deposit 94/1862

GILES, Charles of Grove Hill near Adelaide but at present absent therefrom 1862 Memorial 145/185

GILES, Charles gardener Grove Hill on the Third Creek 1864 Memorial 332/194

GILES, Charles gentleman Grove Hill near Adelaide 1868 Memorial 217/234

GILES, Charles the Elder gentleman linked with Charles Giles the Younger gardener both of Grove Hill near Magill 1883 Memorial 142/350

GILES, Charles gentleman Grove Hill near Magill 1876 Application 14808

GILES, Charles gentleman Grove Hill near Norton Summit, died 9/2/1887. His Hindley St real estate on Town Acre 78 to go into trust. Charles Waterfield HAYWARD solicitor Adelaide and Charles Waterfield Hayward solicitor Adelaide, the eldest son of Charles Giles’s daughter Pauline Hayward nee Giles, to receive the income for life, then to his next oldest brother for life etc. Under the Estates Tail Act 1881, CW Hayward broke the entail, to sell it to William Thomas FOSTER solicitor Adelaide. [CW Hayward seemed to be particularly skilled in his ability to break entail] Enrolment 33/55

GILES, Charles gentleman Grove Hill, died 9/2/1887. He left allotments 6-13 (used as a florist's nursery garden) close to the old Kent Town Brewery in Kent Town to his grandson, Walter GRIFFITHS (son of C Giles' daughter, Helen Griffiths nee Giles), then to the eldest son of Walter Griffiths and then the next son in seniority each in trust for life alone. By 1890, Walter Griffiths was an auctioneer at Palmerston in the Northern Territory. Links with Frederick Griffiths ironmonger Kent Town and Helen Griffiths his wife Memorial 247/404

GILES, Charles died 1887. Father of Helen GRIFFITHS nee Giles. Grandfather of Walter Griffiths who died 4/9/1897 and Edgar Giles Griffiths sharebroker Kent Town 1901 Memorial 43/442

GILES, Charles gentleman Grove Hill near Norton Summit, died 9/2/1887. He left a £33,000 estate. 'I absolutely discard my son John Giles for acting against my wishes and behaving in a dishonourable manner and I declare that he shall not either directly or indirectly take or receive any portion of my real or personal estate.' £9,000 to each of his following children - Charles Giles gardener Grove Hill near Norton Summit, Nellie PASCOE wife of John Francis Pascoe fruiterer Rundle St, Adelaide, Helen GRIFFITHS wife of Frederick Kempster Griffiths formerly storekeeper Pt Darwin, The Northern Territory but now agent Kent Town, Pauline HAYWARD wife of Edward Waterfield Hayward draper Adelaide. His grandchildren to receive legacies included - Horace and Frank Giles sons of Charles Giles; Edgar Griffiths; Frank Evershed Hayward, Arthur Dudley Hayward, Edwyn Walton Hayward £1000 each when they turned 21. Certain land in Town Acre 78 in Hindley St, Adelaide, together with 8 allotments on Payneham Rd, near the old Kent Town Brewery, which he used as a florist's nursery, to go to certain members of the family in a most complicated arrangement of entail. £100 each to the SA Institution for the Blind, Deaf and Dumb, and the Adelaide Hospital. All the rest of the real and personal estate not mentioned in the will to be sold and the proceeds distributed to his children according to a certain formula Application 27487

No 2

GILES, Charles livery stable keeper Adelaide (Waymouth St) 1845 Memorial 258/5

GILES, Charles the Elder livery stable keeper Adelaide (Currie St), died c1848. He left his entire estate to his wife, Ann Giles formerly Ann PARSONS in trust for life, then to his children, Charles Alfred Giles the Younger, George Giles, Susan Giles, Agnes Giles and Henry Giles, as instructed in the will Memorial 154/133

GILES, Charles James farmer Clarendon 1907 Application 25316

GILES, Charlotte Julian widow Gilberton 1902 Memorial 5/446

No 1 - the Elder

GILES, Christopher Esquire Adelaide 1849 Memorial 497/16

GILES, Çhristopher Esquire Adelaide (Rundle St) 1849 Memorial 132/64

GILES, Christopher Esquire Kerkaraboo near Watervale Co Stanley 1851[-1859] Memorial 497/38

GILES, Christopher Esquire Kerkaraboo 1855 Memorial 231/81

GILES, Christopher Esquire Kerkaraboo Upper Wakefield 1856 Upper Wakefield District Council Chairman Memorial 375/96

GILES, Christopher Esquire Ketchowla north of the Burra 1858[-1859] Memorial 245/137

GILES, Christopher Esquire Hackney 1862 Application 3003

GILES, Christopher sheep farmer Adelaide 1863 Application 7930

No 2 - the Younger

GILES, Christopher gentleman Adelaide 1866 Application 7930

GILES, Christopher 35 civil servant Walkerville (Father: Christopher Giles) married Mary Rea LITTLE 25 Walkerville (Father: William Little) on 27/3/1876 St Andrew's Walkerville. Witnesses: John CHERRY HMCS Walkerville, Stanley GILES bank clerk Adelaide Application 17923

GILES, Christopher HMCService Adelaide and Mary Rea Giles his wife 1893 Application 22464

No 3 - perhaps a continuation of No 2

GILES, Christopher accountant Evandale 1885 Application 20538

No 4

GILES, Chris JP postmaster Normanville 1911 Memorial 95/467

No 1

GILES, Clement overseer Coonatto near Mt Remarkable 1865 Memorial 274/206

GILES, Clement farmer Spring Creek near Melrose 1872 Memorial 131/258

GILES, Clement farmer Rookwood near Melrose 1875[-1881] Memorial 68/282

GILES, Clement JP of Rookwood near Melrose 1877 Memorial 128/300

GILES, Clement Esquire Melrose 1877 Memorial 219/300

GILES, Clement gentleman Rookwood Hundred of Appila land grant 1882 Grant Book 24 Page 509 County Frome

GILES, Clement gentleman formerly of Rookwood near Melrose but now of Adelaide 1882[-1893] Memorial 135/344

GILES, Clement secretary to the Willowie Land and Pastoral Association Ltd of Waymouth St, Adelaide 1889 Memorial 65/397

GILES, Clement merchant formerly of Rookwood but now of Adelaide (Waymouth St) and Isabella Begbie Giles his wife linked with Mortimer Giles draftsman Noth Adelaide 1893 Memorial 236/417

GILES, Clement agent Adelaide and GILES, Mortimer draughtsman Adelaide 1897 Application 23362

GILES, Clement gentleman formerly of Rookwood near Mt Remarkable but now of Adelaide linked with Maurice Graham Giles sheepfarmer Rookwood 1906 Memorial 229/455

GILES, Decimus farmer Hope Valley 1913 Application 26213

GILES, Edgar gentleman New Brighton Willowie township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 24 Page 576 County Frome

No 1

GILES, Edward farmer Noarlunga 1849[-1854] Memorial 454/14

GILES, Edward yeoman McLaren Vale 1853 Memorial 301/59

GILES, Edward farmer Noarlunga 1854 Memorial 418/66

GILES, Edward surveyor Noarlunga 1854 Memorial 425/66

GILES, Edward surveyor Adelaide 1854 Memorial 430/66

GILES, Edward gentleman Noarlunga, about to depart the province for a time, power of attorney to Edward Amand WRIGHT gentleman Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 10/4/1854. He had farms on lease Deposit 43/1854.

GILES, EF storekeeper Mt Pleasant 1914 Memorial 161/470

GILES, E Gwendoline bookkeeper Mt Pleasant [probably to her father Henry Arthur Giles auctioneer Mt Pleasant] 1910 Memorial 69/463

No 1

GILES, Eustace articled clerk Adelaide 1887 Memorial 226/386

GILES, Eustace law clerk Adelaide 1889 Memorial 246/399

GILES, Eustace solicitor Melbourne 1911 Application 25913

GILES, F draper's assistant Wilmington 1900 Memorial 42/440

No 1

GILES, Frank Indian civil service in parts beyond the seas and Peter Mitchell Giles civil engineer near Sydney NSW described as minors and sons of Francis Giles in the will of the late Alexander MITCHELL formerly licensed victualler Mt Gambier now deceased 1885 Memorial 33/368

No 2

GILES, Frank clerk to WG Giles auctioneer Mintaro 1906 Memorial 147/454

GILES, Francis William merchant's clerk Adelaide 1885 Memorial 210/367

GILES, Frederick Arthur farmer Brighton 1932 Application 27885

GILES, George blacksmith Kangarilla 1908 Memorial 125/459

GILES, George Alfred draper Kapunda 1879 Application 27730

GILES, George Frederick letter carrier Adelaide 1877 Memorial 248/302, Application 16384

No 1

GILES, George H clerk to John T BAGOT solicitor Adelaide 1854 Memorial 289/72

GILES, George H clerk to Messrs HERFORD & BOUCAUT solicitors Adelaide 1857[-1860] Memorial 16/119

GILES, George H solicitor Adelaide 1862 Memorial 286/182

No 1 - son of William Giles the Elder

GILES, Henry gentleman Adelaide 1838 Application 25716

GILES, Henry merchant Adelaide 1839 Application 13954

GILES, Henry merchant Greenhills 1860 Memorial 109/182

GILES, Henry Esquire Adelaide, power of attorney to James SMITH merchant the Greenhills near Adelaide, to sell in my name any land he owned in Pt Adelaide, in partnership with Harry Lockett AYERS and William PAXTON Esquires Adelaide 1/12/1873 Deposit 288/1873

GILES, Henry merchant Adelaide, died 10/2/1888. Husband of Jane Giles. Brother to Thomas Giles gentleman Adelaide. Business partner to James SMITH gentleman Adelaide Memorial 183/400, Application 22541

GILES, Jane widow Barton Tce, North Adelaide, relict of the late Henry Giles gentleman, died 15/13/1892, at home of cardiac degeneration, aged 66 Application 22541

No 2

GILES, Henry blacksmith Adelaide 1839 Application 17212

GILES, Henry blacksmith Adelaide (Waymouth St) 1840 Application 2243

GILES, Henry formerly blacksmith Adelaide 1839 but now miller Mt Pleasant 1879 Application 17212

No 3 - likely to be a continuation of No 1

GILES, Henry wharfinger Pt Adelaide 1850 Memorial 390/23 GILES, Henry merchant Pt Adelaide mid 1850 Memorial 416/23

GILES, Henry formerly shipping agent Pt Adelaide but now gentleman Glenelg 1878 Memorial 32/313

No 4

GILES, Henry farmer near Clare Co Stanley. Hundred of Mannanarie land grant 1879[-1880] Grant Book 13 Page 79 County Dalhousie

GILES, Henry Arthur auctioneer Mt Pleasant 1905, stated that he had met James OWEN in 1868 and had married one of the Owen daughters. James Owen owned real estate called Castle Buildings in Pt Lincoln. Frank J Owen rented real estate in Pt Lincoln Application 24941

GILES, Henry O'Halloran surgeon Adelaide 1911 Application 25913

GILES, Hew O'Halloran vigneron Adelaide 1926 Application 27476

No 1

GILES, Hubert bank manager Robe 1882[-1887] Memorial 220/342

GILES, Hubert JP bank manager Robe 1882 Memorial 243/345

GILES, Hubert bank manager Robe 1884 Did he have family links with Louis Giles of the Old Exchange, King William St, Adelaide? 1884 Application 20301

GILES, Hubert baker Robe 1885 Memorial 128/371

GILES, Hubert gentleman Robe 1893 Memorial 39/419

GILES, Hubert Esquire Gilberton and Charlotte Julian Giles his wife 1900[-1901] Memorial 102/440, Application 24082

GILES, Hubert agent Medindie, died 11/8/1901, of stomach and liver cancer, aged 58. GILES, Thomas gentleman Angas St, Adelaide, died 19/2/1899, of senile decay, aged 78. These men were brothers of Clement Giles gentleman Adelaide 1903 Application 25210

GILES, Charlotte Julian widow of the late Hubert Giles gentleman Gilberton 1912 Application 26124

GILES, Ina Maude spinster 3 Walsh St, Payneham, died 9/8/1946. Aunt of Hugh Maurice Giles, Ethel Marian STRATMANN, Douglas Giles, Percy Cooper Giles (husband of Ruth Giles) Memorial 176/520

No 1
GILES, James carpenter Adelaide 1846 Memorial 120/7

GILES, James [formerly carpenter Adelaide but now] farmer Morphett Vale and Mary Giles his wife 1849 Memorial 72/97 Morphett Vale District School trustee 1856 Memorial 199/105

GILES, James farmer Morphett Vale 1871 Memorial 26/253

GILES, James farmer Morphett Vale, had died by 1874 intestate. Letters of administration to his widow, Mary Giles, to settle the estate. By 1889, the family was situated thus; His widow, Mary Giles, still lived at Morphett Vale. Children - George Giles labourer Morphett Vale, William Giles stockdealer Aldinga, Lucy GARDINER wife of William Gardiner labourer Happy Valley, and Thomas Giles labourer Moonta Memorials 130& 131/398

GILES, James farmer Morphett Vale, died 31/3/1874 intestate. Letters of administration to his widow, Mary Giles. Estate worth £135. Mary Giles widow Morphett Vale, died 6/4/1890 intestate. Letters of administration to William Giles auctioneer Morphett Vale, one of her lawful children Application 25294

GILES, Mary widow Morphett Vale. Her family included by 1876; George Giles overseer Cherry Gardens, William Giles licensed victualler Aldinga, Lucy GARDINER wife of William Gardiner labourer Happy Valley and Thomas Giles labourer Moonta Memorial 13/292

No 2- perhaps the same person

GILES, James surveyor Pt Adelaide 1856[-1858] Memorial 128/96

GILES, James surveyor North Adelaide 1859 Memorial 193/155

No 3 - perhaps a continuation of No 2

GILES, James gentleman Adelaide 1859 Memorial 224/150

No 4

GILES, James labourer Evanston near Gawler 1867[-1890] Memorial 106/225, Application 20380

GILES, James the Elder labourer Evanston near Gawler 1896 Memorial 39/429

No 1

GILES, John farmer Stanley Flat near Clare 1854[-1865] Memorial 395/63

GILES, John farmer Stanley Hill near Clare 1866 Memorial 216/215

GILES, John farmer Stanley Park near Clare 1871[-1875] Memorial 103/254

GILES, John farmer formerly of the Hutt River Survey (in partnership with James CUMMINGS)1856 but now of Stanley Park near Clare 1872 [possibly the same address] Application 12024

GILES, John farmer Stanley Hill near Clare 1866. By 1875, the locality was apparently known as Stanley Park Application 14505

GILES, John the Elder farmer near Clare Co Stanley. Hundred of Mannanarie land grant 1880 Grant Book 13 Page 82 County Dalhousie

No 2

GILES, John the Younger farmer near Clare Co Stanley. Hundred of Mannanarie land grant 1878[-1882] Grant Book 13 Page 75 County Dalhousie

No 3

GILES, John the Younger butcher Dawson Dawson (Hundred of Coglin) township allotment land grant 1883 Grant Book 34 Page 5 County Herbert

No 4

GILES, John farmer Paradise 1885 Memorial 18/371

GILES, John Owen clerk Mt Pleasant 1892 Memorial 137/415

No 1

GILES, Joseph Leslie butcher Kangarilla 1930 Memorial 117/503

GILES, Joseph Leslie formerly of Kangarilla but now out of business 11 Harvey Ave, Westbourne Park 1952 Memorial 78/528

No 1

GILES, Leonard Holloway of Pentonvale 1889 Memorial 48/398

GILES, Leonard Holloway manager Pentonvale Station trustee Show purposes Hundred of Melville land grant 1889 Grant Book 19 Page 86 County Fergusson

GILES, Leonard Holloway farmer formerly of Auburn but now of Willunga 1954 Memorial 157/529

No 1

GILES, Llewellyn Covelle civil servant Adelaide and Isabella Giles his wife. Linked with Mortimer Giles solicitor Adelaide 1918 Memorial 60/477

GILES, Llewellyn Covelle civil servant Adelaide and Isabella Giles his wife 1921 Memorial 145/484

No 1 - likely to be the same person

GILES, Louis Henry Lobeck land agent Adelaide 1879[-1882] Book 13 Page 286 County Dalhousie

GILES, Louis Henry Lobeck land agent Adelaide 1882 Memorial 175/339

GILES, Louis of the Old Exchange King William St, Adelaide 1884 Application 20165

GILES, Louis land agent Adelaide, became a bankrupt in 1886 Memorial 133/381

GILES, Louis land agent Adelaide (Union Buildings, Waymouth St) 1890 Application 21774

GILES, Louis solicitor Adelaide (Union Buildings, Waymouth St) 1893 Application 22467

GILES, Mary Euphemia married woman Kapunda 1928 Application 27713

No 1

GILES, Maurice Graham farmer Rookwood near Melrose 1905 Memorial 124/452

GILES, Maurice Graham sheep farmer Rookwood near Mt Remarkable 1906 Application 25231

GILES, Maurice Graham formerly farmer Melrose but now out of business London, Middlesex, England 1925 Memorial 179/493

GILES, Michael Leo manager Mintaro, aged 49 in 1939, declared that he was born in Mintaro and had lived there all his life Application 28229

No 1

GILES, Mortimer the Younger notary public Adelaide 1915 Memorial 196/472

GILES, Mortimer solicitor Adelaide 1926 Application 27476

GILES, Nigel Stuart farmer Melrose linked with Maurice Graham Giles farmer Chivery Hall, Aston Clinton, Bucks, England 1947 Memorial 65/522

GILES, Percy Cooper stud cattle breeder Kapunda 1951 Memorial 113/526

No 1

GILES, Peter Kelly formerly farmer Mintaro but now a member of the RAAF 1942 Memorial 120/516

GILES, Peter Kelly formerly a member of the RAAF but now clerk 20 Wellington St, Alberton 1947 Memorial 136/521

GILES, Peter Mitchell gentleman Park Hill Moss Vale NSW, power of attorney to Frank Richman AYERS, Frederick AYERS and Thomas Berry GALL solicitors Adelaide, to acquire his claim to his share of the estate of Alexander MITCHELL licensed victualler Mt Gambier, who died 5/4/1864. 24/9/1883 Deposit 84/1885

GILES, Philip Henry District Council Clerk Pt Lincoln 1911 Application 25977

No 1

GILES, Richard mechanic Pt Adelaide 1854 Memorial 410/71

No 2

GILES, Richard of Cape Jervis 1864 Memorial 50/200

GILES, Richard miner Normanville 1869[-1870] Memorial 241/237

GILES, Rita Anstey of Victoria Square Adelaide 1897 Memorial 209/432

GILES, RL JP clerk of the local court Pt Augusta 1915 Memorial 34/473

No 1

GILES, Robert gentleman near Kooringa Hundred of Ayers land grant 1868 Grant Book 56 Page 202 County Stanley

GILES, Robert farmer near Kooringa Hundred of Ayers land grant 1875 Grant Book 56 Page 193 County Stanley

GILES, Robert district council clerk Booborowie trustee Wesleyan Methodist Church Booborowie Booborowie (Hundred of Ayers) township allotment land grant 1890 Grant Book 56 Page 321 County Stanley

GILES, Samuel Alfred carter Pt Pirie. Hundred of Pirie land grant 1900 Grant Book 60 Page 302 County Victoria

GILES, Stanley clerk to HW PARKER solicitor Adelaide 1872 Memorial 37/260

GILES, Stephen Alan Butler company secretary Short Ave, Da Costa Park Secretary of the SA Brewing Co Ltd, of Hindley St, Adelaide 1958, declared that he had worked for 7 years for SA Brewing before becoming Secretary 13 years ago Application 29299

GILES, Stuart farmer Melrose, aged 75 in 1950, declared that he had lived in Melrose all his life Application 28734

No 1 - son of William Giles the Elder

GILES, Thomas gentleman Adelaide 1839 Application 16127

GILES, Thomas gentleman Gilbert River Co Light 1851 Memorial 112/32

GILES, Thomas Esquire Adelaide 1854 Application 14606

GILES, Thomas Esquire Adelaide 1856 Memorial 53/110

GILES, Thomas Esquire formerly of the Gilbert River but now of Adelaide 1858 Memorial 165/137

GILES, Thomas Esquire Glenelg and SMITH, James merchant Greenhill 1860 Application 1041

GILES, Thomas gentleman Glenelg 1860[-1862] Memorial 120/163

GILES, Thomas gentleman Highercombe and Adelaide 1861 Memorial 139/177

GILES, Thomas Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now of the Gilbert 1864 Application 5586

GILES, Thomas Esquire formerly of Glenelg but now of Gilbert Town [Tarlee] linked with the late William Giles and his widow Emily Elizabeth Giles of Beaumont 1865 Memorial 278/205

GILES, Thomas Esquire Adelaide and Glenelg and Mary Giles his wife linked with Henry Giles merchant Adelaide 1870 Memorial 222/249

GILES, Thomas Esquire Marocana Navan 1874 Memorial 213/278

GILES, Thomas stockowner Navan 1874 Memorial 214/288

GILES, Thomas Esquire Glenelg, about to leave the province for a time, power of attorney to Henry GILES and James SMITH merchants Adelaide, to attend to his SA business affairs 24/3/1879 Deposit 75/1879

GILES, Thomas Esquire Adelaide linked with William Anstey Giles medical student Edinburgh, Co Midlothian, Scotland 1881 Memorial 102/335

GILES, Thomas gentleman Angas St, Adelaide, died 19/2/1899 of senile decay, aged 78 Memorial 96/455

GILES, Mary widow Glenelg relict of the late Thomas Giles Esquire formerly of Glenelg but now deceased, died 1/10/1915 Glenelg. She left her estate to two sons, Eustace and Henry O'Halloran Giles equally. Another son, Thomas O'Halloran Giles solicitor Adelaide, (Morialta Chambers, Victoria Square) acted as the executor. Estate worth £15934 Application 26557

No 2

GILES, Thomas labourer Armagh near Clare 1869 Memorial 173/239

No 1

GILES, TO'H solicitor Adelaide (Cowra Chambers, Grenfell St) 1894 Application 22711

GILES, T O'Halloran solicitor Adelaide 1906 Memorial 188/454

GILES, Thomas O'Halloran solicitor Adelaide 1911 Application 25913

GILES, Tom Richardson agent Kingston S-E 1937 Application 28096

No 1

GILES, William the Younger of Kanmantoo 1857 Memorial 96/130 Member of the Sun Land, Building & Investment Society 1857 Memorial 123/130

GILES, William the Younger farmer Kanmantoo 1859 Memorial 137/157

GILES, William the Younger formerly storekeeper Kanmantoo 1862 but now stationmaster Freeling 1864 Application 5335

No 2 - perhaps the same person

GILES, William Esquire Beaumont 1861 Memorial 110/182

GILES, William Kensington Congregational Chapel trustee died 11/5/1862 Application 23727

No 3

GILES, William butcher Morphett Vale 1865 Memorial 101/204

GILES, William auctioneer Morphett Vale 1884 Application 20365

GILES, William auctioneer Morphett Vale, administrator of the estates of James Giles and Mary Giles both deceased 1894 Application 22820

GILES, William out of business Morphett Vale 1925, declared that he had lived in the area for 80 years Application 27404

No 4

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

No 5

GILES, William licensed victualler Crown Inn Adelaide (corner of Currie and Rosina Sts) 5-year underlease at £8/8/- a week from J Primrose & Co brewers Adelaide 1886 Memorial 28/379

No 6

GILES, William merchant Adelaide and Jane Giles his wife. Brother to Thomas Giles no description and business partner of James SMITH 1889 Memorial 183/400

No 7 - perhaps the same person

GILES, William carrier Dashwood Gully 1899 Memorial 107/438

GILES, William carrier Blackwood 1908 Memorial 125/459

No 8

GILES, William mounted constable Penneshaw Kangaroo Island 1910 Memorial 52/463

GILES, William Alfred no description, died 24/12/1920. Albert Marshall Giles farmer Yatina the sole surviving executor 1955 Grant Book 13 Page 118 County Dalhousie

GILES, William Arthur farmer Clare Co Stanley. Hundred of Mannarie land grant 1884 Grant Book 13 Page 84 County Dalhousie

No 1

GILES, William Anstey medical student Edinburgh, Scotland, power of attorney to Samuel TOMKINSON Esquire Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 19/12/1881 Deposit 111/1882

GILES, William Anstey surgeon Adelaide 1911 Application 25913

GILES, William Anstey surgeon Adelaide. Royal Adelaide Golf Club Inc trustee 1929 Memorial 200/500

GILES, William Anstey retired medical practitioner North Adelaide linked with Acland Giles and Mortimer Giles both solicitors Adelaide 1931 Memorial 65/504

GILES, William Betts surgeon Riverton, died 17/9/1878. He left his entire estate to his wife, Sussanna Belle Giles, absolutely Memorial 82/311

GILES, William Charles farmer Gladstone. Booyoolie (later part of Gladstone Hundred of Booyoolie) township allotment land grant 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 316 County Victoria

No 1

GILES, WE agent Mintaro 1871[-1910] Memorial 204/254

GILES, WE auctioneer Mintaro 1878[-1903] Memorial 159/310

GILES, William Edward auctioneer Mintaro 1888[-1899] Memorial 196/392

GILES, William Edward agent and auctioneer Mintaro 1891[-1898] Memorial 20/412

GILES, William Edward formerly auctioneer Mintaro but now out of business Norwood 1912 Memorial 14/466

GILES, William H of the National Bank of Australasia Strathalbyn 1869 Memorial 190/238

GILFILLAN, Arthur labourer Campbelltown 1908 Application 25421

GILFILLAN, John farmer Parrakie. Hundred of Cotton land grant 1910 Grant Book 12 Page 123 County Chandos

GILFILLAN, John Alexander artist Adelaide 1849 Memorial 257/15

GILFILLAN, William farmer Tarcowie. Hundred of Black Rock Plain land grant 1904 Grant Book 13 Page 116 County Dalhousie

GILFORD, George tobacconist Adelaide (27 Rundle St) 1889 Memorial 102/397

No 1

GILGAN, James auctioneer Melrose Co Frome. Cradock (Hundred of Wirreanda) township allotment land grant 1879 Grant Book 28 Page 27 County Granville

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

No 1

GILKISON, Richard Brown master mariner formerly of Pt Glasgow, Co Lanark, Scotland but now of Adelaide 1857 Memorial 223/128

GILKISON, Richard Brown 31 Captain merchant service 47 Stanley St, Pimlico (Father Robert; merchant) m Jane Paterson MONTGOMERIE 31 spinster 47 Stanley St, Pimlico (Father Peter Montgomery merchant +), 9/4/1857 St James Scotch Church, St James, Middlesex. 16/5/1860 RB Gilkison 35 captain merchant service died 47 Stanley St, Pimlico, of paralysis (7 months) bed sores (2 months), aged 35. Robert Montgomerie of 47 Stanley St, Pimlico, present at the death. RB Gilkison and his wife were native of Pt Glasgow, Scotland. 16/7/1860, Mrs Gilkison gave power of attorney to Thomas Elder, Edward Stirling, Robert Barr Smith, John Taylor merchants Adelaide, trading as Elder, Stirling & Co, to manage her late husband’s real estate in SA Deposit 168/1862

No 1

GILKS, Richard carpenter Hindmarsh 1856 Memorial 347/98

GILKS, Richard carpenter Adelaide 1857 Hundred of Pt Gawler land grant Memorial 320/115

GILKS, Richard farmer Pt Gawler 1861 Application 2379

GILKS, Richard farmer Two Wells Hundred of Dublin land grant 1883 Grant Book 26 Page 350 County Gawler

GILKS, Richard farmer Pt Gawler, died 29/9/1888. He left his entire estate in trust to his wife, Mary Mann Gilks, during her lifetime, then in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant to their two daughters, Hannah Mary Holden Gilks and Annie Maria Holden Gilks Memorial 40/397

GILKS, Richard farmer Pt Gawler, died 29/9/1888. He left his real estate to his wife, Mary Mann Gilks, in trust for life, then to his two daughters in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant - Hannah Mary Holden GRAHAM widow Morphett St, Adelaide, and Annie Maria Holden STOW wife of Thomas Edward Stow labourer Morphett St, Adelaide. Hannah Mary Holden Gilks 23 spinster Two Wells married Benjamin Alexander GRAHAM 29 labourer Two Wells (Father: Richard Graham) on 17/4/1880 North Adelaide Congregational Church. Minister: Osric Copland. Witnesses: Annie MH Gilks of Two Wells and Eliza CHARTERS chapel keeper North Adelaide. Benjamin Alexander Graham died 5/11/1887 Nhill Vic. Annie Maria Holden Gilks 24 spinster Two Wells married Ellis Arnwell Claton OWEN 26 bachelor dealer Two Wells (Father: Ellis Anwell Owen) on 2/7/1886 Flinders St Adelaide Baptist Manse. Minister: Silas MEAD. Witnesses: Lydia STEPHENS of Adelaide and Mathilde KOEHNCKE of Adelaide. Ellis Anwell Clayton Owen died 15/3/1888 Nhill Vic. Annie Maria Holden Owen 35 widow Marryatville remarried to Thomas Edward STOW 24 labourer Two Wells (Father; John Stow) on 7/5/1891 Flinders St Baptist Church. Minister: Silas Mead. Witnesses: Annie Blanche Mead Flinders St and Susannah HOYLE of Adelaide 1903 Application 24521

GILL, Alfred Roy police constable formerly of Pt Lincoln but now of Adelaide 1926 Memorials 195/495 & 3/497

No 1

GILL, Christopher farmer Tam O'Shanter Belt 1853[-1856] Memorial 216/46

No 2

GILL, Christopher farmer Blinman 1897 Memorial 143/431

No 3

GILL, Christopher farmer Hamley Bridge 1899 Memorial 97/437

GILL, C farmer Sandy Creek 1910 Memorial 63/463

GILL, E storekeeper's assistant Nackara 1886 Memorial 62/377

GILL, Edgar William plumber 33 Fuller St, Walkerville 1934 Application 27953

No 1

GILL, Edmund wheat agent Nackara Oodlawirra (formerly Penn Hundred of Coglin) township allotment land grant 1890 Grant Book 34 Page 177 County Herbert

GILL, Edmund farmer Oodlawirra 1893 Memorial 41/417

GILL, Frederick William labourer Hallett. Hundred of Hallett land grant 1900[-1905] Grant Book 8 Page 98 County Burra

No 1

GILL, George Minister of the Gospel Yankalilla 1860 Memorial 84/169

No 2

GILL, George clerk Adelaide 1878 Memorial 224/307

No 3

GILL, George of 31 Domain Rd, South Yarra Vic had an interest in land in the Hundred of Bremer 1898 Memorial 183/434

No 1

GILL, George Alfred farmer Freeling 1922 Memorial 188/485

GILL, George Alfred farmer Freeling 1922 Application 27130

GILL, George C storekeeper Melrose 1863 Memorial 285/188

GILL, George Duff merchant Adelaide 1849 Memorial 256/15

No 1

GILL, Harry customs officer Cockburn Out of Hundreds. Cockburn (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1889 Grant Book 65 Page 171 County Not named

GILL, Harry Pelling gentleman North Adelaide 1892 Memorial 221/413

GILL, Harry Pelling 2nd saloon passenger aboard the Mooltan, died 27/5/1916 at sea, of exhaustion and general paralysis of the insane, aged 60. Buried at sea 28/5/1916 Deposit 66/1917

No 1 - perhaps the same person

GILL, Henry farmer Thebarton 1846 Memorial 428/6

GILL, Henry farmer Dry Creek 1849[-1855] Memorial 46/17 Wesleyan Methodist 1851 Memorial 153/31

GILL, Henry labourer Dry Creek 1852 Memorial 44/39

No 1 - perhaps the same person

GILL, John labourer Portland Estate 1875 Application 14140

GILL, John labourer Pt Adelaide and Eliza Gill his wife 1913 Application 26229

No 2

GILL, John farmer Hamilton on the Light 1909[-1910] Memorial 1/461, Application 25810

GILL, John pensioner Hamilton on the Light, died 19/6/1948 Kapunda. Father of Doris Rubelle Gill spinster Kapunda and Alice Gill no description Memorial 21/524

No 1

GILL, John Henry farmer Navan 1870[-1873] Memorial 197/244

No 2

GILL, John Henry farm labourer Wilson Wilson [also known as Kanyaka Siding] (Hundred of Cudlamudla) township allotment land grant 1882 Grant Book 49 Page 166 County Newcastle

No 1 - perhaps the same person

GILL, John Joseph mechanic Adelaide 1860 Memorial 27/167

GILL, John Joseph engineer Portland Estate 1876[-1877] Application 15106, Memorial 70/300

GILL, John Joseph engineer Semaphore, died c1907. Executor; Joseph Edward Gill civil servant Semaphore Memorial 183/457

GILL, John Joseph engineer formerly of Pt Adelaide 1877 but then of The Semaphore, died 1907. Executors: Joseph Edward Gill civil servant Semaphore and George Henry FLEMING Application 25700

GILL, Annie Eliza widow of John Joseph Gill miller and engineer Germein St, Semaphore, died 28/7/1907, of diabetes mellitus, 15 days' acute gastrohepatitis and 16 hours' cerebral haemorrhage, aged 73 Application 25700

No 1

GILL, John Ryland stockholder Moorooroo North Rhine 1857[-1859] Memorial 208/129

GILL, John Ryland stockholder Flaxman Valley 1865[-1867] Memorial 227/200

No 1 - perhaps the same person

GILL, Joseph miner Kapunda 1864 Application 5694

GILL, Joseph farmer Hamilton on the Light 1891 Application 22093

No 2

GILL, Joseph wool broker 3 Spring St, Sydney NSW 1905 Memorial 222/453

GILL, Joseph Edward civil servant Semaphore 1909 Application 25697

GILL, Richard agent Robe 1871 Memorial 44/255

GILL, Robert of Belvidere Hundred of Gilbert. Churchwarden of St Philip's Marrabel 1910 Memorial 215/462

No 1

GILL, Robert Henry marine engineer Semaphore 1913 Memorial 136/468

GILL, Robert Henry marine engineer 5a Military Road, Semaphore, died 21/7/1945 Royal Adelaide Hospital, of myocardial degeneration and congestive cardiac failure, aged 84. Born Adelaide. Married aged 21 years. 1 son living Memorial 97/531

GILL, Robert William farmer Hamilton on the Light 1937 Memorial 159/510

No 1

GILL, Samuel farmer Upper Sturt 1844 Memorial 360/51

GILL, Samuel Esquire Upper Sturt 1850 Memorial 140/28

GILL, Elizabeth widow Adelaide 1855 Memorial 457/89

GILL, Elizabeth widow Coromandel Valley 1856[-1861] Memorial 299/109, Application 2341

GILL, Elizabeth widow Prospect 1877 Application 15942

No 1

GILL, Samuel Thomas artist formerly of Melbourne Vic but now of Adelaide 1853 eldest son and heir at law of the late Samuel Gill Esquire Upper Sturt Memorial 429/51

GILL, Samuel Thomas born 21/5/1818 Peniton, Minehead, Somerset, England. Parents Samuel Gill and Winnifred nee OKE, daughter of William and Mary OKE. Samuel GILL of Tiverton, Devon m Winnifred OKE spinster Redruth Parish Church, Cornwall, England 3/4/1817. ST Gill, about to leave the province, gave power of attorney to Robert MacGEORGE merchant Bank St, Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 13/5/1853 Deposits 499/1855 & 254/1856

GILL, Samuel Thomas artist formerly of Adelaide but now of Melbourne Vic 1855 Memorial 193/92

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

GILL, Thomas labourer Glen Osmond 1850 Memorial 143/22

GILL, Thomas labourer Glen Osmond 1852 Memorial 45/41

GILL, Thomas carpenter Glen Osmond 1857 Memorial 92/121

GILL, Thomas gardener Glen Osmond 1876 Memorial 122/289

GILL, Thomas the Younger clerk Adelaide 1877 Application 16249

GILL, Thomas the Elder out of business Glen Osmond, died c 1903. Husband of Maria Florence Gill. Father of Thomas Gill the Younger civil servant Glen Osmond. Other children mentioned but not named Memorial 101/448

GILL, Thomas civil servant Glen Osmond 1913 Application 26226

No 1

GILL, Thomas Esquire Adelaide 1923 Application 27158

No 2

GILL, Thomas labourer Kooringa 1851 Memorial 254/30

GILL, Thomas labourer Redruth 1853 Memorial 311/47

GILL, Thomas labourer Kooringa 1854 Memorial 38/71

No 3

GILL, Thomas farmer Hutt River 1851 Memorial 311/30

GILL, Thomas farmer Adelaide 1853 Memorial 121/53

No 4 - perhaps the same person

GILL, Thomas miner Adelaide (Green St) purchased land in Norwood 1853 Memorial 151/49

GILL, Thomas miner Norwood 1853 Memorial 212/57

No 5

GILL, Thomas ironfitter Gawler 1902 Application 24340

GILL, Victor Ernest stevedore 42 Wellington St, Portland 1936 Application 28035

No 1 - the Elder

GILL, William yeoman Tam O’Shanter Belt (Lots 29 & 30 pt Section 401 Hundred of Yatala) 1849 [he died at some point in 1849] Memorial 286/14

GILL, William the Elder farmer Hundred of Yatala, died June 1849 intestate. His son, William Gill the Younger, inherited the estate as heir at law. William Gill the Elder had fenced in the property and built a home there (Lots 29 & 30 pt Section 401 Hundred of Yatala. Mrs William Gill the Elder remarried to James HUDSON. Mrs Gill/Hudson died in November 1862. Application 22858

GILL, Mary widow Tam O’Shanter Belt, relict of William Gill the Elder 1849[-1853] Memorial 5/18

No 2 - the Younger

GILL, William farmer Tam O’Shanter Belt 1853[-1856]. Hundred of Gilbert land grant 1856 Memorial 98/108

GILL, William farmer Para Plains 1854. Hundred of Gilbert land purchase Memorial 383/74

GILL, William farmer The Gilbert 1863 Memorial 112/524

GILL, William farmer Gilbert Town [on the Gilbert - Tarlee] 1865 Memorial 193/203

GILL, William farmer Hundred of Gilbert 1868 Application 9349

GILL, William farmer Hamilton on the Light [a puzzle of a descriptor; or did W Gill move from Tarlee to Hamilton and then to near Navan?] 1868 Memorial 26/230

GILL, William farmer Navan 1871 Application 11541

GILL, William the Younger farmer formerly of Tam O'Shanter Belt late of Angle Farm, died c1877. He had married on 18/1/1853. His widow, Sarah Gill, to have the income from his estate until the youngest child, Richard Gilbert Gill, turned 21. Then the whole estate to be sold. Son William George Gill farmer Angle Farm, to receive £250. The rest of the principle to be divided up equally amongst the widow and the other children. The widow not to share in the estate if she had remarried. Children - William George Gill born 15/10/1855; Harriet Jane Rebecca Gill born 26/2/1862; Elizabeth Mary Gill born 5/10/1863; Elizabeth Mary Gill born 5/10/1863; Christopher Gill born 17/12/1866; Priscilla Ann Gill born 23/12/1868; Samuel Gill born 7/3/1872; Thomas Charles Gill born 1/3/1874; Richard Gilbert Gill born 19/12/1876 died 19/12/1876. By 1895, Sarah Gill lived near Navan Application 22858

GILL, Sarah widow Angle Farm near Navan 1880 relict of the late William Gill formerly farmer Angle Farm near Navan but now deceased Memorial 158/321

No 3

GILL, William leased land in Pt Section 52 Survey B 'on the road to the Onkaparinga' [possibly Hammersmith now part of Edwardstown] 1856 Memorial 204/95

No 4

GILL, William labourer Hahndorf 1883 Memorial 64/352

GILL, William farmer Hahndorf 1883 Memorial 107/352

GILL, William farmer pt Section 380 (40 acres) Hahndorf 1883 Application 19894

GILL, William Adolphus refreshment room keeper Pt Adelaide 1883 Memorial 6/472

No 1 - perhaps the same person

GILL, William [perhaps George] farmer near Hamilton on the Light 1882 Application 19225

GILL, William George farmer Finniss Point [on the Gilbert River] 1896 Memorial 199/431

GILLAM, Alfred warehouseman Pt Augusta Co Frome. Farina (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 65 Page 69 County Not named

GILLAM, Joseph commission agent Adelaide 1849 Memorial 201/17

GILLAM, Robert iron plate worker Adelaide (King William St) 1855 Memorial 136/89 Ironworker Adelaide (Rundle St) 1857 Memorial 141/130

No 1

GILLARD, Fanny spinster Adelaide 1851[-1855] Memorial 261/31

GILLARD, Fanny spinster Yankalilla 1859 Memorial 70/151

GILLARD, JD and WM vigneron Kensington Rd, Norwood 1908 Memorial 124/460

No 1 - likely to be the same person

GILLARD, John miner near Adelaide 1848[-1853] Memorial 253/13

GILLARD, John licensed victualler Gilberton 1854 Memorial 398/67

GILLARD, John Reddaway of Oladdie 1886[-1887] Memorial 67/384

No 1

GILLARD, Joseph miner Walkerville 1851 Memorial 226/30

GILLARD, Joseph miner formerly of Walkerville but now of Moonta 1867 Memorial 74/224

No 2 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

GILLARD, Joseph wheelwright Norwood 1851[-1859] Memorial 327/37

GILLARD, Joseph blacksmith Norwood 1860 Application 1877

GILLARD, Joseph formerly wheelwright 1851 but now wine maker Norwood 1869 Application 10340

GILLARD, Joseph vinegrower and winemaker Norwood 1875 Application 14343

GILLARD, Joseph vinegrower Norwood 1881 Application 18711

GILLARD, Joseph the Younger vigneron Magill 1891 Magill Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee Application 22095

No 3 - likely to be a continuation of No 2

GILLARD, Joseph vigneron Rosslyn Park near Adelaide 1887 Memorial 191/386

GILLARD, Margaret farmer Oladdie 1900[-1901] Memorial 27/441

GILLARD, Philip farmer Gumeracha 1850[-1854] Memorial 116/24

No 1

GILLARD, Richard farmer Mt Torrens 1854[-1859] Memorial 220/65

GILLARD, Richard of Mt Torrens, died 1881. By 1886, his family was disposed as follows: His widow Maria Gillard was at Mt Torrens; his son, John Reddaway Gillard, was a farmer at Oladdie and another son, William Reddaway Gillard, was a labourer at Mt Torrens. Daughter Ann HECTOR wife of Thomas Hector labourer Rose Park and daughter Elizabeth Mary CLARK wife of John Clark storekeeper Grünthal Memorial 187/378

GILLARD, Richard gentleman Mt Torrens, died 8/2/1881. He left his wife, Maria Gillard, all his personal estate in his house absolutely. The executors had to manage the rest of the estate to provide an income for Maria Gillard for life. After her death, the estate to be sold and the proceeds divided absolutely in remainder expectant amongst the children as per the will - sons John Rideway Gillard and William Rideway Gillard and daughters Ann HECTOR wife of Thomas Hector of Parkside. and Elizabeth Mary CLARK wife of John Cark of Grünthal. The executors were Charles DUNN farmer Charleston and William RADFORD bootmaker Bridgewater Application 26881

No 1

GILLARD, Samuel gentleman Adelaide 1843 Memorial 246/3

GILLARD, Samuel farmer Adelaide 1845[-1848] Memorial 477/68

GILLARD, Samuel [formerly farmer Adelaide but now] Esquire Brownhill Creek 1856 Memorial 6/99

GILLARD, Samuel farmer Adelaide 1847 Gentleman Brownhill Creek 1851 He had returned to England to live in South Molton North Devon by 1854. Samuel Gillard died 10/5/1858. His widow, Harriet House Gillard 55 South Molton Father: James NASH master mariner deceased, remarried to Moses SAUNDERS 65 widower Baptist Minister South Molton Father: John SAUNDERS chemist deceased on 3/9/1861 South Molton Baptist Chapel. Moses Saunders died 12/1/1873. Harriet House Saunders died 10/1/1892 Application 27301

SAUNDERS, Harriett House widow Southmolton, Devon, England, power of attorney to Henry GILES and James SMITH merchants Adelaide, to manage her SA land, Sections 1121 & 1122, Brownhill Creek, rented out by Paul MITCHELL and ?[perhaps Theodore] MERKELL 14/11/1876 Deposit 3/1877

GILLARD, WH vigneron Norwood 1881 Application 18394.

GILLARD, William Malcolm company manager Reynella 1939 Memorial 6/530

No 1

GILLATLY, John carrier Pt Adelaide 1853 Memorial 252/52

GILLATLY, John carter Pt Adelaide 1854[-1855] Memorial 248/68

GILLEN, James hotelkeeper Railway Hotel Pt Adelaide 1926 Memorial 188/495

No 1

GILLEN, Peter Paul storekeeper Clare 1889[-1895] Memorial 57/399, Application 27041

GILLEN, Peter Paul storekeeper Clare, died 22/9/1896. Estate worth £2,500. Husband of Mary Gertrude Gillen. Executor: Thomas Philip Gillen formerly of Yarcowie but now storekeeper's assistant Clare Memorial 236/429

GILLEN, Peter Paul storekeeper Clare and Mary Gertrude Gillen his wife had both died by 1908. Their family at this point; Vincent Paul Gillen solicitor Kadina; Francis Arnold Gillen carpenter Southern Cross WA; Cymbert Gerald Gillen mercantile clerk Pt Broughton Memorial 115/462

GILLEN, Peter Paul storekeeper Clare, died 22/9/1896. His widow, Mary Gertrude Gillen, died 22/1/1929. Executor; Thomas Philip Gillen formerly storekeeper's assistant Yarcowie but now storekeeper Clare 1929 Memorial 41/501

GILLEN, Mary Gertrude widow Grace St, Goodwood Park, relict of Peter Paul Gillen ex-Commissioner of Lands, died 22/1/1929 Twyford Nursing Home, Francis St, Clarence Park, of chronic nephritis and heart failure, aged 69. Born Clare. Married at 21 - 5 sons and 1 daughter living; 1 daughter deceased. Thomas Philip Gillen storekeeper Clare 1929 probably a son. He was executor of MG Gillen's will Application 27775

GILLEN, Philip storekeeper Clare 1883[-1885] Memorial 92/352

GILLEN, Thomas of Clare 1877 Memorial 160/303

No 1

GILLEN, TP storekeeper Clare 1904 Memorial 201/451

GILLEN, Thomas Philip storekeeper Clare 1920[-1925] Application 26916, Memorial 126/493

GILLES, Alfred William merchant Hokitika New Zealand 1868 Memorial 182/231

GILLES, Archibald shepherd FS Dutton's Spring Creek Station 1844 Memorial 381/3

No 1

GILLES, Edmund Fletcher of North Adelaide son of Lewis William Gilles Esquire North Adelaide 1847 Memorial 142/89

GILLES, Edmund Fletcher of North Adelaide, son of Lewis William Gilles Esquire North Adelaide 1847 Application 22882

GILLES, John farmer Stockport 1870 Memorial 128/248

GILLES, Lewis William Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now of Warrnambool Vic father of Frances Hannah MORETON wife of George Francis Moreton surgeon Upper Dry Lake near Adelaide 1855 Memorial 56/205 Frances Hannah Moreton a widow of Walkerville by 1865 Memorial 57/205

GILLES, Louis land agent Adelaide 1890 Memorial 140/406

No 1

GILLES, Louis Briggs merchant Hobart Tas 1868 Memorial 181/231

GILLES, Louis Briggs bank manager formerly of Adelaide but now of New Zealand 1875 Application 14154

No 1

GILLIES, James farmer Yatina trustee Black Rock Plain cemetery 1879 Grant Book 13 Page 105 County Dalhousie

GILLIES, James farmer Templers Co Gawler. Hundred of Black Rock Plain land grant 1881 Grant Book 13 Page 108 County Dalhousie

GILLIES, James farmer Yatina. Hundred of Black Rock Plain land grant 1885 Grant Book 13 Page 113 County Dalhousie

GILLES, Osmond Esquire formerly of Lombard St Chambers, London, England but now of Adelaide 1837 Memorial 297/204

No 1

GILLES, Osmond Horne gentleman Glen Osmond Villa Glen Osmond '24 ares of vineyard land … a garden of about 4-5 acres … and the land upon which are erected the 3 cottages connected with the working of the vineyard', about to be declared a bankrupt. He shared out his assets amongst his brothers and sisters 1867 Memorial 196/219

GILLES, Osmond Horne gentleman formerly of Glen Osmond but now a prisoner in HM Gaol at Adelaide, 'insolvent within the meaning of the Insolvency Act 1860' 1869 Memorial 101/240

No 1

GILLESPIE, P accountant Aberdeen 1876 Memorial 166/297

GILLESPIE, P clerk Aberdeen 1878 Memorial 202/308

No 1

GILLETT, Alfred farmer Gum Creek near Kooringa 1877 Memorial 217/298

GILLETT, Alfred teamster Cradock Wilson [also known as Kanyaka Siding] (Hundred of Cudlamudla) township allotment land grant 1884 Grant Book 49 Page 167 County Newcastle

GILLETT, Alfred of Cradock 1885 Memorial 9/373

No 1

GILLETT, Charles bricklayer Dry Creek 1844[-1849] Father of Charles Joseph Gillett labourer Dry Creek. Jane Gillett spinster Dry Creek mentioned Memorial 263/4

GILLETT, Charles farmer Salisbury 1853[-1857] Memorial 227/62 Linked with Charles Joseph Gillett farmer Salisbury 1857 Memorial 159/129

GILLETT, Charles mason Salisbury, died 30/10/1862 stomach and liver disease, aged 71. His son, Thomas Gillett, to get his wearing apparel. The rest of the estate in trust, for Charles Gillett's wife, Priscilla Gillett, to enjoy for life or until her remarriage. His grandson Charles Gillett, eldest son of Thomas Gillett, to get house and land in Bowden. Son Samuel Gillett to get land in Salisbury. The rest of the estate to be sold and the profits distributed equally absolutely in remainder expectant amongst the children of Charles Gillett. Charles Gillett's grandson, Charles Thomas Gillett labourer Wentworth NSW 1872, (son of Thomas Gillett) Application 12643

GILLETT, Charles the Elder gentleman Salisbury 1857.Husband of Priscilla Gillett. Father of Thomas Gillett tailor and grandfather of Charles Thomas Gillett labourer both of Wentworth NSW 1873. Application 12540

No 2

GILLETT, Charles of Yaranyacka. Hundred of Yaranyacka land grant 1881 Grant Book 21 Page 205 County Flinders

No 3

GILLETT, Charles farmer Warratta Vale near Pt Lincoln 1885 Memorial 146/371

GILLETT, Charles Joseph farmer Salisbury 1850[-1853] Memorial 32/32

GILLETT, Emma widow and innkeeper District Hotel Nairne 1853 Memorial 479/61

No 1

GILLETT, George carrier Salisbury 1854 Memorial 226/62

GILLETT, George farmer Salisbury 1856 Memorial 172/100

GILLETT, George Benjamin farmer Mintaro 1866 Memorial 30/213

GILLETT, Gilbert William Benjamin stock agent Kooringa, died 1/5/1938. He left his whole estate to his wife, Gertrude Marie Gillett Application 28385

No 1

GILLETT, Job labourer O'Halloran Hill 1857 Memorial 44/118

GILLETT, Job labourer Clarendon 1858 Memorial 118/143

GILLETT, Louisa widow Kooringa 1923 Memorial 116/489

No 1

GILLETT, Robert labourer near Woodville and Mary Grace Gillett his wife 1867 Memorial 63/256, Application 8814

GILLETT, Robert labourer Hindmarsh and Mary Grace Gillett his wife 1871 Memorial 64/256

No 1 – perhaps the same person FIND CHECK RUN

GILLETT, Samuel of Salisbury 1852 Memorial 116/42

GILLETT, Samuel carrier Saltia. Wirrabara township allotment land grant 1874 Grant Book 24 Page 524 County Frome

No 1

GILLETT, William Thomas farmer Gum Creek near Kooringa 1895 Memorial 23/424

GILLETT, William Thomas farmer Kooringa, died 16/11/1914. He left his estate in trust to his wife, Louisa Gillett, for life or until her remarriage, then absolutely in remainder expectant to his son, Gilbert William Benjamin Gillett. Walter Bednall Gillett mentioned as a brother of WT Gillett Application 28385

No 1

GILLETT-OSWALD, Edmund Phillipson stockholder Blanchetown 1874 Application 13674

GILLETT-OSWALD, Edmund Phillipson stockholder formerly Blanchetown but now Warratta Vale near Pt Lincoln 1887. He had married Caroline KING of North Rhine, and had a family of 7 children. Their eldest son, Edmund Charles Gillett-Oswald, had been born 9/11/1864 Punyelroo Station, where his father was a stock overseer Application 21312

No 1

GILLHAM, Alfred George yeoman Norwood 1853[-1864] Memorial 302/54

GILLHAM, Alfred George tinman Norwood 1864 Memorial 339/196

GILLICK, P JP farmer Wirreanda 1885[-1890] Memorial 18/372

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

GILLICK, Patrick farmer Dry Creek 1853 Memorial 330/61

GILLICK, Patrick farmer Light River 1856[-1861] Memorial 306/99

GILLICK, Patrick farmer Upper Light 1864[-1869] Memorial 247/199

GILLICK, Patrick farmer Hundred of Gilbert near Marrabel on the Dirty Light 1878 Memorial 47/307

GILLICK, Annie wife of Patrick Gillick of McDonnell Ave, New Hindmarsh, daughter of Norah FAUL widow Fifth St, Bowden 1905. The family lived at East Auburn (Section 389 Hundred of Upper Wakefield) between 1876 'and recently' 1905 Application 24991

No 2

GILLICK, Patrick farmer Clare Co Stanley. Hundred of Narridy land grant 1877 Grant Book 60 Page 254 County Victoria

No 3

GILLICK, Patrick farmer Wirreanda. Cradock (Hundred of Wirreanda) township allotment land grant 1879 Grant Book 28 Page 29 County Granville

No 1

GILLICK, Simon stationman Angaston 1867 Application 8407

GILLICK, Simon of near Angaston 1875 Memorial 13/285

GILLICK, Simon farmer Angaston, power of attorney to William Eberhard HEUZENROEDER solicitor Tanunda and John Edward SWANN merchant Angaston, to manage his SA business affairs 14/12/1908 Deposit 55/1909

No 1

GILLICK, William farmer Para Plains 1850[-1854] Memorial 109/21

GILLICK, William farmer Dry Creek 1852[-1854] Memorial 151/44

GILLICK, William farmer Light River Hundred of Waterloo land grant 1857 Grant Book 44 Page 366 County Light

GILLICK, William farmer Light River 1858 Memorial 289/136

GILLICK, William miner Ararat Co Ripon Vic 1859 Memorial 13/160

GILLICK, William miner Ararat, Co Ripon, Vic, power of attorney to David ELDRIDGE farmer Light River, to manage his SA business affairs 31/10/1859 Deposit 384/1859

No 1 - likely to be the same person

GILLIES, James farmer Black Rock Plain 1885 Memorial 16/365

GILLIES, James farmer Yatina 1885 Memorial 237/372

No 1 - perhaps the same person

GILLIES, Malcolm sheep farmer Mt Arden 1860 Memorial 215/170

GILLIES, M sheep farmer Western Plains 1866 Memorial 196/214

No 1

GILLIES, Murdock JP patternmaker Birkenhead 1912 Memorial 143/467

GILLIES, Murdock patternmaker Birkenhead 1918 Application 26666

GILLIES, William Lister barman formerly of NSW but now of the Exchange Hotel, Pt Augusta, changed his name to William Lister JACKSON. Husband of Hilda Sabina Gillies also now known as Jackson 1932 Memorials 121 & 122/505

GILLIES, William Scott draper Gawler 1863. Before her marriage, his wife, Mary Gillies, was Mary MACKAY widow Gawler Application 4558

GILLING, Sydney omnibus proprietor Adelaide (Rundle St) 1868 Memorial 113/233

GILLINGHAM, AS bank manager Nuriootpa 1924 Memorial 26/491

GILLINGHAM, John shoemaker Thebarton. Thebarton Wesleyan Chapel trustee 1853 Memorial 154/47

GILLINGHAM, Mr shoemaker Brompton 1864 Application 5092

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

GILLINGHAM, Thomas carpenter Thebarton 1856[-1857] Memorial 35/111

GILLINGHAM, Thomas carpenter Adelaide 1856[-1862] Memorial 408/100, Application 3307

GILLINGS, Francis Henry farmer Cleve and Mary Emma Gillings nee FORBES his wife linked with William Henry FORBES farmer Cleve 1893 Memorial 208/417

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

GILLINGS, John farmer Payneham 1857[-1871] Memorial 180/121

GILLINGS, John farmer Campbelltown 1858[-1859] Memorial 17/144

GILLINGS, John and Samuel gardeners Campbelltown, the only children of the late John Gillings deceased intestate 1884 Application 20155

No 1

GILLIO, Giacomo farmer Rhine Villa 1885 Memorial 58/365

GILLIO, Giacomo [James] farmer formerly of Rhine Villa but now of Coward Springs 1889 Memorial 229/407

GILLIO, Joseph farmer Sedan Co Eyre. Hundred of Angas land grant 1885 Grant Book 58 Page 182 County Sturt

No 1

GILLIS, John gardener Crafers 1869 Memorial 217/241

No 2

GILLIS, John of O'Halloran Hill and Catherine Gilles his wife 1885 Memorial 112/366

No 3

GILLIS, John farmer Boolcunda East trustee unnamed Church Hundred of Boolcunda Hundred of Boolcunda land grant 1884 Grant Book 49 Page 45 County Newcastle

GILLIS, John farmer Boolcunda East 1887 Memorial 127/386

GILLIS, Joseph farmer Sedan 1884 Memorial 25/362

GILLIS, Roderick of Goolwa 1858 Memorial 52/152

No 1

GILLMAN, Edward gentleman Adelaide 1838 Application 5069

GILLMAN, Edward formerly of Adelaide but now of New Zealand 1840 Application 15814

GILLMAN, Edward Esquire Hokianga River New Zealand 1843 He bought land at Pt Lincoln in partnership with Frederic WICKSTEED Memorial 288/3

GILLMAN, Edward gentleman formerly of Franklin St, Adelaide but now of Twickenham, Middlesex, England 1857[-1858] Memorial 100/148

GILLMAN, Edward Esquire 7 Montpelier Row, Twickenham, Middlesex, England, died 4/1/1863. His brother, Henry John GILLMAN, of Twickenham, inherited the estate. Value £1,500. Charles FENN solicitor Adelaide, looked after E Gillman’s SA property in life and after his death to wind up the estate Deposit 501/1857

GILLMAN, Joseph Fisher solicitor Adelaide (King William St) 1942 Memorial 150/516

GILLOD, Anne spinster Magill 1872 Memorial 101/262

GILLON, James labourer Clare 1869 Application 10025

No 1

GILLON, John storekeeper Adelaide 1851 Memorial 299/38

No 2 – perhaps the same person

GILLON, John mariner Goolwa 1868[-1873] Memorial 151/228

GILLON, John engineer Adelaide Co Adelaide. Mobilong (later Murray Bridge Hundred of Mobilong) township allotment land grant 1884 Grant Book 58 Page 216 County Sturt

GILLON, William maltman Thebarton 1853 Memorial 42/58

No 1

GILLOW, Thomas farmer Kapunda 1859[-1863] Memorial 334/160

GILLOW, Thomas farmer Lightview Farm near Kapunda 1863 Memorial 241/191

GILLOW, Thomas farmer Kapunda Hundred of Appila land grant 1879 Grant Book 24 Page 495 County Frome

GILMER, F compositor Adelaide (Wright St) 1868 Memorial 72/236

GILMOR, Bernard labourer of Victoria, but now residing temporarily at Kapunda, power of attorney to Matthew Henry Smyth BLOOD surgeon Kapunda, to attend to his SA business affairs 13/4/1866 Deposit 163/1866

No 1

GILMORE, Ann spinster Adelaide 1842 Memorial 190/3

GILMORE, Ann spinster The Sturt 1855 Memorial 342/90

GILMORE, Ann spinster Brighton 1855[-1866] Memorial 381/80

GILMORE, Ann spinster Brighton early 1876 Memorial 16/300

Spinster Mitcham mid 1876 Memorial 17/300

No 1

GILMORE, James bricklayer Adelaide 1852 Memorial 469/43

GILMORE, James bricklayer formerly of Adelaide 1852 but now of Kingorrer Vic 1875 Application 14750

No 1

GILMORE, James Donald gentleman Glenelg 1925 Application 27356

GILMORE, James Donald licensed victualler St Leonards 1927, declared that he had lived in Glenelg for nearly 40 years Application 27500

No 1

GILMORE, Jean solicitor Adelaide 1944 Memorial 31/518

GILMORE, Jean solicitor 33 Pirie St, Adelaide 1944 , a member of the firm of Messrs FISHER, JEFFRIES, BREBNER & TAYLOR Application 28373

GILMORE, Joseph of Brighton 1856 Memorial 34/99

No 1

GILMORE, Mary spinster Brighton 1853[-1856] Memorial 180/55

GILMORE, Mary spinster Adelaide 1856 Memorial 61/107

GILMORE, Mary spinster The Sturt 1861 Application 2722

GILMORE, Thomas licensed victualler Adelaide (Marquis of Lorne Hotel Pirie St) 1881 Memorial 213/335

GILMORE, William farmer Goolwa 1854 Memorial 28/74

GILMOUR, Alexander stockholder Mt Pleasant linked with John Erskine Gilmour farmer Mt Pleasant 1885 Memorial 201/366

No 1

GILMOUR, Bernard labourer Adelaide 1853 Memorial 8/69.

GILMOUR, Bernard labourer Adelaide 1854 Land grant near Long Hill Trigonometrical Station, Co Eyre Memorial 7/69

GILMOUR, Barnard/Bernard formerly of Kapunda but now residing in the colony of Victoria 1866 Memorial 102/213 Labourer in the colony of Victoria but now temporarily residing in Kapunda 1866 Memorial 159/213

GILMOUR, Bernard labourer Sandhurst Vic but now temporarily residing at Kapunda 1871 Memorial 196/322 Esquire Sandhurst Vic 1880 Memorial 197/322

GILMOUR, Bernard labourer formerly of Adelaide but now of Kangaroo Flat near Sandhurst Vic 1891 Memorial 193/408

GILLMOUR, Barnard/Bernard miner High St, Golden Square, Bendigo Vic, died 7/12/1895. Father of Jane MANN widow 68 Canterbury Rd, South Melbourne Vic, Francis Gillmour wholesale fruiterer Anderson St, Albert Park Vic, William Gillmour, Margaret HESSEE and Agnes PURCHES. B Gillmour had business interests in SA. Estate worth £135 1905 Memorial 249/453

GILMOUR, Bernard miner High St, Golden Square, Bendigo Vic, died 7/12/1895. Father of Jane MANN, Francis Gilmour, William Gilmour, Margaret HESSEE and Agnes PURCHES. Jane Mann died 1/8/1928. Francis Gilmour retired fruit merchant 362 Albert Road, South Melbourne Vic, died 3/8/1928. The family apparently changed its name to GILLMOUR in Victoria Memorial 41/501 & RPA Search 542

GILMOUR, James farmer Elliston 1897 Memorial 9/430

No 1

GILMOUR, John farmer Chain of Ponds 1842 Memorial 308/59

GILMORE, John farmer Chain of Ponds 1852[-1853] Memorial 446/43

GILMOUR, John farmer Hundred of Para Wirra 1856 Memorial 246/101

GILMOUR, John labourer Tea Tree Gully 1865 Memorial 320/202

GILMOUR, John sheep farmer Glen Devon Mt Peasant 1884 Memorial 181/362

GILPILAN, William Section 6 Hundred of Black Rock Plain Co Dalhousie 1893 Memorial 67/417

No 1

GILPIN, Bernard settler Adelaide 1842 Memorial 404/1

GILPIN, Anna Maria widow Mitcham 1871 Application 11670

GILPIN, Charles sheep farmer Angas River 1848 Memorial 179/12

No 1

GILSON, Frederick farmer Blumberg 1890 Memorial 157/403

GILSON, Frederick farmer Blumberg and Janet Gilson his wife 1897 Application 23492

No 1

GILSON, James labourer Penola 1900 Memorial 116/440

GILSON, James woodcarter Penola, died 12/5/1906. Estate worth £25. The whole estate to Elizabeth WORMS wife of Theodor Worms labourer Penola Memorial 90/475

GILSON, Joshua butcher Pt Victoria 1885 Application 20433

GIMBELL, George baker Adelaide 1846 Memorial 363/7 Now linguist Kapunda Mine 1847 Memorial 417/7

No 1 – perhaps the same person

GINBEY, William plate layer Wallaroo. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1882 Grant Book 14 Page 71 County Daly

GINBEY, William farmer Pt Wallaroo. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1886 Grant Book 14 Page 90 County Daly

GINBEY, William of Broken Hill NSW 1892 Memorial 13/413

GINGER, George farmer Millicent. Hundred of Mt Muirhead land grant 1887 Grant Book 31 Page 203 County Grey

GINMAN, Benjamin Charles postal employee Kilkenny 1940 Memorial 168/514

GINN, Arthur Ernest barman Adelaide (Rundle St), died 7/3/1908 Adelaide Hospital, of diabetes mellitus, aged 39. Born North Adelaide. Married aged 23. Father of 2 sons and 1 daughter Memorial 126/496

GION, Thomas butcher Salisbury 1852[-1859] Memorial 449/41

GION, Phoebe of Salisbury 1872 Application 26546

GIRDHAM, William gardener Melrose 1864 Application 5810

No 1

GIRDLER, Benjamin packer Norwood 1860 Memorial 277/161

GIRDLER, Benjamin packer Norwood 1860 Application 1243

GIRDLER, William bootmkaker Norwood 1859 Memorial 254/158

No 1

GIRDLESTONE, John farmer Strathalbyn 1858 Memorial 1/145

GIRDLESTONE, John farmer Grove Cottage Strathalbyn 1861 Memorial 287/176

GIRDLESTONE, Mary widow, Frederick Girdlestone butcher and Walter Girdlestone farmer all of Strathalbyn 1865 Memorial 40/207

GIRVEN, LA law clerk Adelaide 1946 Memorial 63/528

No 1

GITSHAM, George grocer's assistant Gawler 1866 Memorial 3/211

GITSHAM, George stationmaster Stockport on the Gilbert 1883 Application 19886

GITSHAM, George of Stockport 1889 Application 21755

No 1

GITSHAM, James labourer Adelaide 1852[-1854] Memorial 286/43

GITSHAM, James farmer Cowandilla 1854 Memorial 402/63

GITTINGS, James Cornelius sterotyper Lower North Adelaide 1903 Memorial 142/449

GIVILLIN, Thomas farmer formerly of Hindmarsh but now of the Murray River 1854 Memorial 219/65

No 1

GLACKEN, Thomas farmer near Houghton Hundred of Melville land grant 1877 Grant Book 19 Page 80 County Fergusson

GLACKEN, Thomas farmer Houghton Hundred of Wauraltee land grant 1886 Grant Book 19 Page 224 County Fergusson

GLADIGAU, Carl Heinrich August wheelwright Murray Bridge. Holy Cross Evangelican Lutheran Church Murray Bridge trustee 1925 Memorial 48/493

No 1

GLADIGAU, Colin Engel farmer Mt Gambier 1945 Memorial 113/519

GLADIGAU, Colin Engel printer Mt Gambier 1945. Mt Gambier Lutheran Church trustee Application 28421

No 1

GLADIGAU, Eduard Hermann farmer Mt Gambier 1945 Memorial 113/519

GLADIGAU, Eduard Hermann farmer Mt Gambier 1945. Mt Gambier Lutheran Church trustee Application 28421

GLADIGAU, Friedrich Wilhelm farmer Hahndorf 1859 Memorial 272/151

No 1 - probably the same person

GLADIGAU, Johann Friedrich farmer near Hahndorf 1859 7-year Hundred of Kanmantoo land lease Memorial 192/151

GLADIGAU, Johann Friedrich farmer Mannum 1887 Memorial 96/382

No 1 - probably the same person

GLADMAN, William labourer Adelaide 1883 Memorial 160/351

GLADMAN, William farmer Hundred of Inkerman. A Gladman mentioned but not described 1885[-1890] Memorial 233/367

No 1

GLADOW, Charles shoemaker Clare 1851[-1861] Memorial 405/33, Application 990

GLADOW, Charles shoemaker formerly of Clare but now of Victoria 1882 Application 19450

GLADOW, Charles shoemaker Clare 1851, died in Victoria in 1888 or early in 1889. Husband of Dorothea Gladow Memorials 202 & 203/433 & GRO Search 753

No 1

GLADSTONE, George stockholder Penola 1861 Memorial 296/175

GLADSTONE, George contractor Penola 1869 Memorial 113/238

No 1

GLANDFIELD, Edward Bootle Wilbraham grocer Adelaide 1852 Memorial 428/39 Grocer Adelaide (Rundle St) 1853 Memorial 143/50

GLANDFIELD, Edward Bootle Wilbraham merchant Adelaide 1860 Memorial 129/321

GLANDFIELD, William Bootle Wilbraham agent Adelaide, died 1880 intestate. Letters of administration to his wife, Elizabeth Ann Glandfield, of Adelaide to settle his estate Memorial 68/324

GLANDFIELD, Elizabeth Anne of Glenelg 1873 Memorial 143/297

GLANDFIELD, Elizabeth Anne widow Adelaide 1902 Memorial 245/447

GLANVILLE, Elizabeth of Bathurst St, Sydney NSW, trading as the Dictionary and Cyclopaedia Company at Sydney and elsewhere in the Australian colonies, power of attorney to Silas LYON-MOFFETT Manager of the said Company in NSW, Victoria and SA, to administer her business affairs in connection with the said company in NSW, Victoria and SA 28/1/1897 Deposit 6/1897

No 1

GLANVILLE, George clerk to Messrs SMART & BAYNE solicitors Adelaide 1847 Memorial 42/8

GLANVILLE, George gentleman Thebarton 1848 Memorial 176/13

GLANVILLE, George gentleman Adelaide 1849[-1850] Memorials 460/14, 487/21

No 1

GLANVILLE, James farmer Bowden 1855 Hundred of Gilbert land grant Memorial 263/81 Farmer Macaw Creek near Riverton 1854[-1871] Memorial 262/81

GLANVILLE, James farmer formerly of Bowden but now of the Hundred of Gilbert 1855 Memorial 344/90

GLANVILLE, James farmer Macaw Creek 1858 Macaw Creek Wesleyan Chapel trustee Memorial 161/138

GLANVILLE, James farmer Macaw Creek near Riverton 1863 Memorial 112/524, Application 11606

GLANVILLE, James farmer Macaw Creek near Riverton, died 22/9/1894. Estate worth £300. Father and father-in-law of Samuel Glanville of the same address and Emily Glanville his wife Memorial 123/423

GLANVILLE, Mary widow Wallaroo 1887 Memorial 74/384

No 1

GLANVILLE, Samuel farmer Macaw Creek trustee Wesleyan Methodist Chapel Rhynie 1884 Application 20619

GLANVILLE, Samuel farmer Macaw Creek near Riverton 1894 Memorial 117/423

GLANVILLE, Samuel farmer Riverton 1886 Application 21046

GLANVILLE, Thomas miner Kapunda 1862 Memorial 23/181

GLASCOCK, Alfred baker North Adelaide 1851 Memorial 264/33

GLASS, Peter mariner Pt Adelaide 1853 Memorial 412/50

No 1 – perhaps the same person

GLASS, William gardener Barossa 1853[-1861] Memorial 449/46, Application 2168

GLASS, William farmer Yorke Peninsula Hundred of Melville land grant 1874 Grant Book 19 Page 67 County Fergusson

GLASS, William Kilpatrick carpenter Mt Gambier 1900 Memorial 148/441

No 1

GLASSENBURY, Frederick and John Henry contractors Goolwa 1876[-1903] Memorial 27/293, Application 24620

GLASSENBURY, Frederick contractor Goolwa 1910 Memorial 115/463

GLASSON, Charles Henry farmer near Kapunda 1885[-1890] Memorial 98/365

GLASSON, Henry Harry farmer Pt Germein Hundred of Baroota land grant 1890 Grant Book 24 Page 697 County Frome

No 1 - probably the same person

GLASSON, James gentleman Black Springs [near Burra] 1863 Memorial 36/192

GLASSON, James labourer Kooringa 1886 Memorial 144/380

GLASSON, James labourer Kooringa, died 6/8/1893 Broken Hill NSW intestate. Letters of administration to his widow, Catherine Glasson of East Adelaide. Estate worth £50 Application 27496

GLASSON, Catherine widow East Adelaide 1904 Memorial 219/451

GLASSON, Jane nee EDWARDS widow of Edward Glasson farmer Kapunda, died c1883. She left £100 to each of her four daughters - Henrietta Glasson and Emily Jane Glasson spinsters Kapunda, Catherine SYMONDS nee Glasson wife of Wiliam Henry Symonds railway guard Bowden, and Rose Ann TRELOAR nee Glasson wife of William Pascoe Treloar mounted costable Eudunda. Four sections of land in the Hundred of Kapunda to her son, Charles Henry Glasson farmer near Kapunda. Her daughter Emily Jane Glasson had been born on 19/4/1863 near Kapunda Application 21570

GLASSON, John Edwards farmer Hundred of Tickera. Hundred of Tickera land grant 1891 Grant Book 14 Page 214 County Daly

GLASSON, Martha Johanna spinster Yongala. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1878 Grant Book 13 Page 192 County Dalhousie

No 1

GLASSON, Richard and William farmers Adelaide 1854 Memorial 425/62 Farmers North Adelaide 1854[-1855] Memorial 95/64

GLASSON, Richard and William farmers formerly of North Adelaide but now of Section 3128 Hundred of Munno Para 1855 Memorial 384/89

GLASSON, Richard farmer Black Springs [near Burra] father of Mary Elizabeth Glasson 1863 Memorial 113/192

No 1

GLASSON, Richard Tyack farmer Gawler Plains 1855 Memorial 479/92

GLASSON, Richard Tyack farmer formerly of the Gawler Plains but now of Chain of Ponds 1860 Application 1281

GLASSON, Richard Tyack farmer Black Springs near Kooringa Co Burra. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1878[-1879] Grant Book 13 Page 192 County Dalhousie

GLASSON, Richard Tyack farmer Yongala trustee Yongala cemetery 1878 Grant Book 13 Page 191 County Dalhousie

GLASSON, Richard Tyack farmer Yongala. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1881 Grant Book 13 Page 198 County Dalhousie

GLASSON, Richard Tyack farmer Yongala 1883 Memorial 244/348

No 1

GLASSON, Thomas gold digger Adelaide 1856 Memorial 219/99

GLASSON, Thomas [formerly golddigger Adelaide but now] farmer Hundred of Para Wirra 1867 Memorial 214/226

GLASSON, Thomas farmer Black Springs 1869 Application 10162

GLASSON, Thomas farmer Telowie and his wife Angelina Glasson widow Baroota Park, had both died by 1904. Sole executor – Arthur WILLIAMS farmer Baroota Grant Book 24 Page 776

No 1

GLASSON, William miner Tungkillo Mine Reedy Creek 1851 Memorial 429/35

GLASSON, William miner formerly of Reedy Creek but now of Allen Creek near Kapunda 1853 Memorial 14/50

GLASSON, William miner Kapunda 1853 Memorial 285/61

GLASSON, William gentleman Black Springs [near Burra] 1863 Memorial 35/192

GLASSON, William farmer Sandy Creek near Kapunda 1864 Application 5412

GLASSON, William farmer near Kapunda 1867 Memorial 247/223

GLASSON, William farmer near Kapunda, died c1869. Husband of Jane Glasson Memorial 139/237

GLASSON, Jane widow Allen Creek 1869 Memorial 10/243

GLASSON, Jane widow near Kapunda, died 5/5/1883. Mother of Charles Henry Glasson, Henrietta Glasson, Catherine Glasson, Rose Ann Glasson and Emily Glasson. Executors; William Glasson farmer formerly of Kapunda but now of Jamestown and William ROBINS farmer near Kapunda Memorial 157/363

No 2

GLASSON, William farmer Black Springs near Kooringa Co Burra. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1878 Grant Book 13 Page 191 County Dalhousie

No 3

GLASSON, William farmer Kapunda married Elizabeth Ann DUNSTAN (born 30/6/1852 near Kapunda) on 14/2/1872. In 1877, the Glassons moved to Jamestown. He died 18/8/1903. W Glasson had an aunt, Mary Ann Glasson, his father's sister, who married Charles COOK of near Kapunda. After Charles Cook died, Mary Ann Cook remarried to John Glanville WILLIAMS farmer near Kapunda. As a widow, Mary Ann Williams of Burra Road near Kapunda, died 17/6/1896, of senile decay, aged 76. Henry WILLIAMS of Kapunda was her step-son. Elizabeth Ann Glasson widow Jamestown 1905 linked with William Charles Glasson farmer Jamestown Application 25092

GLASTONBURY, Albert gentleman Hindmarsh 1885[-1898] Memorial 137/366

GLASTONBURY, AL bank official Terowie 1921 Memorial 6/487

GLASTONBURY, George labourer Hindmarsh 1875 Memorial 212/280

No 1

GLASTONBURY, Henry labourer Gawler 1877 Memorial 116/297

GLASTONBURY, Henry gardener Gawler South, died 13/10/1910. Father of Sarah Ann Glastonbury Memorial 92/477

No 1

GLASTONBURY, Isaac shoemaker Clarendon 1885 Memorial 94/364

GLASTONBURY, Isaac bootmaker Hindmarsh 1886 Application 20883

GLASTONBURY, William Painter of Kangarilla 1879 Memorial 161/315

GLATZ, Ernst Gustav Hermann quarryman Penrice near Angaston 1900[-1903] Memorial 18/440, Application 24543

No 1 - perhaps the same person

GLATZ, Johann Ernst Wilhelm farmer Penrice 1874[-1878] Memorial 75/275, Application 16772

GLATZ, Wilhelm gardener Penrice near Angaston 1911 Application 25995

GLATZ, Maxim David trainee miller formerly of Loxton but now for four years c/- Spillers Ltd, Hose Goods Mill, Old Dock, Avonmouth, Bristol, England 1964 Memorial 92/534

GLEADAH, William carter Robe 1868. Bible Christian Chapel Robe trustee 1877 Memorials 5/231, 92/455

GLEDDON, George Robbins timber merchant Adelaide 1906 Memorial 92/455

No 1

GLEED, James farmer Crafers 1882 Application 19371

GLEED, James gardener Hurtle Vale and Anastasia Gleed his wife 1888 Application 21464

GLEED, James market gardener Hurtle Vale 1891 Memorial 238/411

GLEED, James market gardener formerly of Hurtle Vale but now of O'Halloran Hill linked with John Gleed blacksmith O'Halloran Hill and Agnes Jane Gleed his wife 1913 Memorial 179/469

No 1

GLEED, John out of business O'Halloran Hill 1934 Memorial 48/508

GLEED, John formerly blacksmith O'Halloran Hill but now out of business Dimboola Vic and Agnes Jane Gleed his wife 1945 Memorial 165/518

GLEED, John out of business formerly of O'Halloran Hill but now of Dimboola Vic 1948 Application 28577

GLEESON, Dennis labourer Bowden and Mary Gleeson his wife 1875 Application 14415

No 1

GLEESON, Edward Burton Esquire insolvent owed £3,000 to the SA Company 13/10/1842. John HANCE was official assignee and Robert Forsyth MACGEORGE was trade assignee Deposit 206/1855

GLEESON, Edward Burton Esquire Adelaide 1843 Memorial 461/2

GLEESON, Edward Burton Esquire late of Gleeville near Adelaide, had become a bankrupt by 1843 Memorial 96/3

GLEESON, Edward Burton Esquire late of Gleeville near Adelaide, but now of the Hutt River Special Survey 1847 Memorial 367/8

GLEESON, Edward Burton stockholder Clare 1853 Memorial 186/59

GLEESON, Edward Burton Esquire Clare 1866 declared: He married Harriet JONES spinster in Calcutta in 1829. Four children of the marriage - Fanny Eliza GLEESON born 1829 Calcutta, now widow of Jonathan FILGATE; John William GLEESON born 1832 Calcutta. Edward Burton GLEESON born 1838 Adelaide; Sarah Anne GLEESON born 1841 Adelaide. She is generally known as Anne. She married 26/2/1864 Christ Church Kapunda, George Hamilton AYLIFFE 24 policeman Adelaide (Father: George Ayliffe) Application 7991

GLEESON, Edward Burton Esquire Clare, died 1870. He left his entire estate to his son, John William Gleeson Memorial 201/244

GLEESON, Edward John Hampton accountant Adelaide linked with Edward William Gleeson sharebroker Adelaide (Pirie St) linked with Ethel May PETERSON nee Gleeson wife of Stanley Bennett Peterson storekeeper Candele NSW and Mabel Mary LEONARD nee Gleeson wife of Walter Leonard draper Orange NSW 1908 Memorials 34 37 & 51/461

No 1

GLEESON, EW bank manager Petersburg 1897[-1898] Memorial 60/432

GLEESON, Edward William bank manager Petersburg linked with Hampton Carroll Gleeson the Younger mining engineer Sydney NSW 1908 Memorial 237/45

GLEESON, Edward William sharebroker Adelaide (Pirie St) 1910 Memorial 119/463

No 1

GLEESON, Hampton Carroll land agent Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of Hallett land grant 1867 Grant Book 8 Page 118 County Burra

GLEESON, Hampton Carroll agent, William MAIN and Wilhelm EY chemists all Adelaide, held Section 5098 Hundred of Onkaparinga, on behalf of the shareholders of the Wheal Emma Mining Company. Henry HEUZENROEDER also claimed an interest in the land 1869 Application 9977

GLEESON, Hampton Carroll brewer Sydney NSW and his wife, Susan Mary Gleeson nee McELLISTER 22/2/1877, power of attorney to John William GLEESON squatter Clare, to arrange for Mrs Gleeson to receive the one third of the residual estate due to her through the will of her father, Edward McELLISTER gentleman Prospect Lodge, near Adelaide, who died 12/5/1866 Deposit 115/1877

GLEESON, Hampton Carroll brewer Sydney NSW and Susan Gleeson his wife formerly Susan MCELLISTER spinster 1878[-1879] Memorial 20/307

GLEESON, Hampton Carroll the Elder of Sydney NSW father of Edward William Gleeson bank manager Tanunda, Robert Kennedy Gleeson of Melbourne Vic, William Daniel Gleeson of Sydney NSW, Hampton Carroll Gleeson the Younger of Sydney NSW, Sydney Herbert Gleeson, Ethel May Gleeson and Mabel Mary Gleeson (the last three persons infants under the age of 21 and resident in Sydney NSW) - 10 children of his marriage to Susan McEllister but 3 had already died 1893 Memorial 161/418

GLEESON, Susan Mary wife of Hampton Carroll Gleeson brewer Sydney, separated from her husband by 1877. She inherited certain real estate under the will of her father Edward MCELLISTER Application 16012

GLEESON, Susan nee MCELLISTER wife of Hampton Carroll Gleeson the Elder brewer Sydney NSW, died 20/5/1887 Wellington Square, North Adelaide, aged 47. Seven children of the marriage - Robert Kennedy Gleeson,William Daniel Gleeson, Edward William Gleeson (by 1914 agent Grange), Hampton Carroll Gleeson the Younger, Sydney Herbert Gleeson, Ethel May Gleeson (married 10/5/1897 Stanley Bennett PETERSON at Sydney NSW) and Mabel Mary Gleeson (married Walter LEONARD 6/2/1904 Melbourne Vic) Application 26263

No 1

GLEESON, James farmer Kapunda Co Light. Hundred of Caltowie land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 183 County Victoria

GLEESON, James farmer Caltowie. Hundred of Caltowie land grant 1882 Grant Book 60 Page 194 County Victoria

GLEESON, James farmer Caltowie Co Victoria. Hundred of Yanyarrie land grant 1884 Grant Book 28 Page 35 County Granville

GLEESON, James farmer Yanyarrie. Hundred of Yanyarrie land grant 1884 Grant Book 28 Page 34 County Granville

GLEESON, James farmer Yanyarrie 1887[-1890] Memorial 161/383

GLEESON, James and Richard farmers Hundred of Yanyarrie Co Granville 1892 Memorial 146/414

GLEESON, James farmer Yanyarrie. Hundred of Yanyarrie land grant 1900 Grant Book 28 Page 35 County Granville

GLEESON, John farmer Penola Hundred of Commaum, died c1894. Husband of Elizabeth Gleeson Memorial 78/424

No 1

GLEESON, John William gentleman Clare 1856 Memorial 130/112

GLEESON, John William auctioneer Clare 1873 Application 12945

GLEESON, John William Esquire Clare 1875 Memorial 76/280

GLEESON, John William formerly auctioneer and commission agent Clare, but then a bankrupt, owned Hoyleton Farm Section 2170 Hundred of Upper Wakefield 1877 Memorial 109/304

No 1

GLEESON, MF clerk to William POPE solicitor Adelaide 1877 Memorial 196/301

GLEESON, Michael Francis Richard agent Adelaide 1890 Memorial 86/403

GLEESON, Patrick labourer Bugle Ranges 1857 Memorial 233/124

GLEESON, Richard farmer Caltowie Hundred of Yanyarrie land grant 1888 Grant Book 28 Page 35 County Granville

No 1

GLEESON, Thomas boot and shoemaker Yongala.Yongala (Hundred of Yongala) township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 13 Page 149 County Dalhousie

No 2

GLEESON, Thomas labourer Fords Co Light. Hundred of Dalrymple land grant 1880 Grant Book 19 Page 141 County Fergusson

GLEESON, Thomas farmer Oaklands 1890 Memorial 192/403

GLEESON, Thomas labourer Oaklands Yorke Peninsula Hundred of Dalrymple land grant 1897 Grant Book 19 Page 149 County Fergusson

No 3

GLEESON, Thomas of Yanyarrie Hundred of Yanyarrie land grant 1888 Grant Book 28 Page 35 County Granville

No 1 - perhaps the same person

GLEESON, William of Carrieton 1888 Memorial 74/391

GLEESON, William farmer Caltowie Hundred of Yanyarrie land grant 1892 Grant Book 28 Page 35 County Granville

No 2

GLEESON, William bank manager Petersburg linked with William Daniel Gleeson miner Menzies WA 1898 Memorial 181/437

No 1

GLEIBER, Annie Margarhita widow Knightsbridge 1914 Memorial 106/470

GLEIBER, Annie Margarhita widow formerly of Knightsbridge but now of North Tce, Adelaide 1922 Memorial 60/485

GLEINSTER, John motor garage proprietor Kooringa 1923[-1924] Memorial 100/490

No 1

GLEISSERT, Wilhelm farmer Angaston 1858 Memorial 220/143

GLEISSERT, William farmer Light Pass 1862 Memorial 107/186

GLEISSERT, Anna Rosine widow Towitta [Mrs Wilhelm Gleissert nee Anna Rosine MULLER] 1898 Grant Book 17 Page 33 County Eyre

No 1

GLEN, Alexander gentleman Mt Gambier 1856 Memorial 439/98

GLEN, Alexander stockholder Mt Gambier 1857 Memorial 87/118

GLEN, Alexander Esquire Beaumont 1866 Application 7238

GLEN, Alexander gentleman Beaumont, died 8/1/1866, of cancer, aged 40 years 1883 Application 19913

GLEN, AH agent Mt Gambier linked with George Glen Esquire Mayurra 1903 Memorial 229/449

GLEN, Charles Thomas farmer Riverton 1914 Memorial 134/470

No 1

GLEN, George farmer Underdale 1856 Memorial 270/106

No 2

GLEN, George stockholder Mt Gambier Hundred of Hindmarsh land grant 1860 Grant Book 30 Page 198 County Grey

GLEN, George sheep farmer Mayurra 1869[-1871] Memorial 110/256

GLEN, George sheepfarmer Mayurra trustee unnamed School Hundred of Mt Muirhead Hundred of Mt Muirhead land grant 1873 Grant Book 31 Page 193 County Grey

GLEN, George stockholder Mayurra Station near Millicent 1875 Memorial 162/287

GLEN, George Esquire Mayurra near Millicent 1880 Memorial 182/328

GLEN, George sheepfarmer Mayurra Hundred of Mt Muirhead land grant 1882 Grant Book 31 Page 199 County Grey

No 3

GLEN, George SM gentleman Mt Gambier 1907 Memorial 17/457

GLEN, George Augustus farmer Mayurra Hundred of Hindmarsh land grant 1884 Grant Book 30 Page 202 County Grey

No 1

GLEN, John farmer Greenhills Special Survey 1846 Memorial 117/69

GLEN, John farmer Bull Creek Green Hills Special Survey 1857[-1860] Memorial 64/131

GLEN, John farmer The Meadows 1864 Memorial 241/195

No 1

GLENN, Robert master mariner Pt Adelaide and Mary Ann Glen his wife, and daughter of James BEVAN, who died 18/11/1885, leaving her real estate at Beverley Application 20919

GLENN, Robert master mariner Queenstown 1878 Application 16738

GLENN, Robert master mariner Pt Adelaide 1882 Application 19008

GLEN, Thomas William stockholder Reedy Creek S-E 1862 Memorial 201/183

No 1

GLENDINNING, John farmer Yankalilla 1862 Memorial 256/181

GLENDINNING, John farmer Hindmarsh 1868 Memorial 111/236

GLENISTER, John motor mechanic Kooringa 1919 Memorial 86/479

GLENN, Ann widow Reedbeds near Adelaide 1872 Memorial 136/258

No 1

GLENN, Robert master mariner Portland Estate 1876 Memorial 96/291

GLENN, Robert master mariner Queenstown, and Mary Ann Glen his wife executrix of the estate and effects of the late James BEVAN labourer formerly of Beverley then of Baringhup Vic now late of Queenstown now deceased 1886 Memorial 63/376

GLENN, Robert mariner Queenstown and Mary Ann Glenn his wife 1888 Memorial 106/392

GLENN, Isaac labourer Gawler 1851 Memorial 79/32

No 1

GLENNON, Nicholas labourer Alberton 1857 Memorial 115/126

GLENNON, Nicholas labourer Yatala township 1870 Memorial 31/247

GLENNON, Nicholas labourer Yatala township, died 20/10/1877 intestate. Letters of administration to his widow, Mary Glennon, of Rosewater 1878 Memorial 134/308

GLENNON, Nicholas labourer Yatala township, died 20/10/1877 intestate. Estate worth £150. Letters of administration to his widow, Mary Glennon formerly of Yatala but now of Rosewater 1878 Application 20708

No 1

GLENNY, Isaac labourer Gawler 1863 Application 4339

GLENNY, Isaac of Glennville Cottage, Gawler 1865 Application 6725

GLENNY, Isaac labourer Gawler, died 25/9/1907. He had lived in Gawler from at least 1875. Husband of Eliza Jane Glenny. Father of Agnes Glenny spinster Gawler Application 26411

GLEW, George farmer Underdale 1856[-1857] Memorial 175/111

No 1

GLIDDON, Arthur Edwin bank clerk Laura Hundred of Appila land grant 1874 Grant Book 24 Page 489 County Frome

GLIDDON, Arthur Edwin bank clerk Laura 1876 Memorial 162/291

GLIDDON, AE JP manager of the Bank of SA Laura branch 1879 Memorial 111/330

No 1

GLIDDON, Arthur William gentleman Adelaide 1838[-1849] Memorial 51/1

GLIDDON, Arthur William clerk in the Bank of SA Adelaide 1849 Memorial 34/18

GLIDDON, Arthur William of Milbank 1850 Memorial 416/20

GLIDDON, Arthur William SA Banking Co clerk Norwood 1858 Memorial 214/135

GLIDDON, George Robbins gentleman Pt Adelaide 1850 Memorial 248/26 Gentleman Melbourne Vic 1853 Memorial 167/53

GLIDDON, James William Rule currier Bowden 1881 Application 18440

GLIDDON, John carter Bowden 1890 Application 21827

GLIDDON, John William Esquire bank manager Pt Adelaide 1860 Application 1424

No 1

GLINDON, James mason Kooringa 1858 Memorial 15/143

GLINDON, James mason Redruth 1876 Application 15642

No 1

GLOAG, John publican Mt Barker 1844 Memorial 201/4

GLOAG, Jane wife of John Gloag publican Mt Barker, died 4/10/1852

GLOAG, John publican Mt Barker, died 22/1/1856 intestate. His only child, Elizabeth LOW, wife of Alexander Low publican Mt Barker, inherited his estate Application 2274, Application 14288

No 1

GLOEDE/GLODE/GLÖDE, Heinrich farmer Little Para 1854 Memorial 68/80

GLOEDE/GLODE/GLÖDE, Heinrich farmer Barossa 1857 Memorial 333/125

GLOEDE/GLODE/GLÖDE, Johann Heinrich farmer Concordia near Gawler 1869 Application 9677

No 1

GLOEDE/GLODE/GLÖDE, Johann Joachim Friedrich farmer Hoyleton Co Stanley. Hundred of Gregory land grant 1881 Grant Book 23 Page 100 County Frome

GLOEDE/GLODE/GLÖDE, Johann Joachim Friedrich farmer Wilmington 1887 Memorial 52/386

GLOEDE/GLODE/GLÖDE, Johann Joachim Friedrich farmer Gregory trustee unnamed Chapel Hundred of Gregory land grant 1891 Grant Book 23 Page 103 County Frome

GLOEDE, Wilhelm George Friedrich farmer Hundred of Barndioota 1885 Memorial 204/371

GLOVER, Arthur commercial traveller College Town 1895 Memorial 133/425

GLOVER, Charles gentleman Adelaide 1870[-1875] Memorial 193/250

No 1
GLOVER, Charles Peter licensed victualler Adelaide (Plough & Harrow Rundle St) 1864[-1865] Memorial 174/195

GLOVER, Charles Peter formerly licensed victualler Adelaide but now out of business 1869 Memorial 122/251

GLOVER, Charles Peter formerly licensed victualler but now out of business North Adelaide, about to depart the province for a time, power of attorney to William Martin LETCHFORD Esquire Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 29/12/1869 Deposit 33/1871.

GLOVER, Charles Peter gentleman Adelaide 1877 Memorial 40/301

GLOVER, Charles Peter gentleman Adelaide, died 29/10/1881 Memorial 64/400 His widow, Hannah Glover, still lived in Adelaide by 1891 Memorial 21/408

No 1

GLOVER, Edward out of business Belvidere near Strathalbyn 1885 Memorial 226/371

No 2

GLOVER, Edward chemist Kapunda 1914 Application 26391

GLOVER, George labourer formerly of Wills St, Largs but now of Peterhead 1922 Application 27126

No 1

GLOVER, George Henry gardener Kersbrook Co Adelaide. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 122 County Victoria

GLOVER, George Henry gentleman Kent Town had links with Maidstone 1884 Memorial 191/362

No 1

GLOVER, Henry farmer Adelaide 1843 Memorial 30/3

GLOVER, Henry farmer Chain of Ponds 1849[-1862] Memorial 2/34 Husband of Ann Glover 1862 Memorial 10/183

GLOVER, Henry farmer Black Gully near Chain of Ponds 1854 Memorial 216/63

GLOVER, Henry licensed victualler Maidstone 1859 Memorial 115/524

GLOVER, Henry farmer Maidstone, died 11/5/1862 of disease of the heart with general dropsy, aged 53 Application 9250

No 2

GLOVER, Henry chemist Mt Gambier 1882 Memorial 173/345

No 1

GLOVER, John servant Mitcham 1851 Memorial 183/33

GLOVER, John yeoman Mitcham 1853[-1854] Memorial 58/58

No 2

GLOVER, John farmer Jamestown Co Victoria. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1881 Grant Book 13 Page 196 County Dalhousie

No 3

GLOVER, John gardener Stuart St, Glanville 1898 Application 23611

No 1

GLOVER, Robert gentleman Brighton and Ann Glover his wife 1874 Memorial 58/275

GLOVER, Ann widow of the late Robert GLOVER of Brighton 1885 Application 20524

No 1

GLOVER, John letter carrier Portland Estate 1878 Application 16770

GLOVER, Mr [probably John] mail contractor Pt Adelaide 1885 Application 20789

GLOVER, John letter carrier Semaphore 1890 Application 21878

No 1

GLOVER, Salisbury clerk to Rupert INGLEBY solicitor Adelaide 1855[-1859] Memorial 190/89

GLOVER, Salisbury clerk to Messrs INGLEBY & EMERSON solicitors Adelaide 1859 Memorial 94/161

GLOVER, Salisbury of Adelaide 1862 Memorial 260/183

No 1

GLOVER, Sidney George coach trimmer Adelaide (Pirie St) leased Robert BURNARD the Younger's paint shop in Pirie St 1873[-1879]. In partnership with MCL DELAINE 1873-1876; with John HOWARD coachbuilder Adelaide from 1876 Memorials 168/268, 81/295

GLOVER, Sydney coach trimmer Norwood 1874[-1877] Memorial 50/276

No 1 - perhaps the same person

GLOVER, Thomas farmer Morphett Vale 1855 Memorial 231/89

GLOVER, Thomas gentleman Goolwa 1886 Memorial 237/374

No 2

GLOVER, Thomas mason Brighton 1872 Application 12042

No 1

GLOVER, Thomas Fisher licensed victualler Adelaide (City Arms King William St) 1861 Memorial 46/175

GLOVER, Thomas Fisher gentleman Norwood bought the Goolwa Hotel and several sections of land for £2,200 from John VARCOE licensed victualler Goolwa 1868 Memorial 55/234

GLOVER, Thomas Fisher licensed victualler formerly of Norwood but now of Goolwa 1868 Application 9485.

GLOVER, Thomas Henry farmer Belalie. Hundred of Caltowie land grant 1879 Grant Book 60 Page 188 County Victoria

No 1

GLOVER, William labourer Troubridge Hundred of Melville land grant 1875 Grant Book 19 Page 71 County Fergusson

No 2

GLOVER, William farmer Belalie. Hundred of Caltowie land grant 1879[-1883] Grant Book 60 Page 190 County Victoria

GLUCAS, Evan Collier civil servant Adelaide 1892 Memorial 249/413

GLUSCHEWSKE, Julius farmer Point Pass 1887[-1890] Memorial 73/382

GLUYAS, Clifford Max insurance clerk Lewis St, Brooklyn Park 1929 Memorial 30/502

No 1

GLUYAS, Richard miner Kooringa 1851 Memorial 270/201

GLUYAS, Richard farmer Hamilton on the Light 1857[-1872] Memorial 304/118

GLUYAS, Richard farmer Hamilton on the Light linked with William Gluyas innkeeper Tothill Creek 1860 Memorial 109/168

GLUYAS, Richard formerly miner Kooringa but now farmer Hamilton on the Light 1870 Memorial 229/245

GLUYAS, Richard farmer Hamilton on the Light, died c1877. He left bequests under various trusts to his wife, Priscilla Gluyas, his daughters Priscilla Gluyas spinster Hamilton and Tamezine NICHOLLS wife of Robert Nicholls of Sandhurst Vic, and his son, William Gluyas. Money to the Bible Christian Missionary Society. The estate worth £1,400 Memorial 199/303

GLUYAS, Richard farmer Hamilton, died 14/8/1877 Waterloo Plains near Hamilton. Estate worth £1,400. His estate (including farm land also allotments in Kavin Town) in various shares to his wife, Priscilla Gluyas, his daughters Priscilla Gluyas, and Tamezini NICHOLLS wife of Robert Nicholls of Sandhurst Vic, and his son, William Gluyas. £25 to the Bible Christian Missionary Society. His widow, Priscilla Gluyas, died 8//7/1884, of old age, aged 75. Daughter Priscilla Gluyas 35 married James HOWLETT 50 widower farmer Hamilton (Father: James Howlett) on 8/4/1879 Mr OPIE's residence Kapunda. Mrs Howlett died 28/10/1927, of senility and morbus cordis, aged 83. Born in Cornwall, England, she had emigrated to SA 70 years previous to 1927; 2 sons and 1 daughter living; 1 son deceased Application 27730

GLUYAS, Richard farmer Hamilton on the Light, died 14/8/1877, aged 75. His widow, Priscilla Gluyas, died 8/7/1884. Their daughter, Priscilla Gluyas, married James Howlett farmer Hamilton on the Light, on 8/4/1879. As a widow, she died 28/10/1927, leaving 2 sons and 1 daughter Memorial 195/499

GLUYAS, Priscilla widow of Richard Gluyas farmer Waterloo Plains near Hamilton 1882 Application 19344

No 1

GLUYAS, William miner Kooringa 1859 Memorial 188/149

GLUYAS, William farmer Hamilton on the Light 1859 Memorial 107/157

GLUYAS, William storekeeper Navan Co Light. Pt Pirie (Hundred of Pirie) township allotment land grant 1872[-1875] Grant Book 60 Page 475 County Victoria

GLUYAS, William storekeeper Navan Co Light. Appila township allotment land grant 1874 Grant Book 24 Page 481 County Frome

GLUYAS, William storekeeper Navan Co Light. Coobowie township allotment land grant 1875 Grant Book 19 Page 444 County Fergusson

GLUYAS, William storekeeper Navan township 1875[-1877] Memorial 150/282

GLUYAS, William formerly storekeeper Navan township but now farmer Telowie 1879 Memorial 1/316

GLUYAS, William gentleman formerly of Navan but now of Essex St, Goodwood 1905, stated that he lived in Navan between 1865-1877 Application 24876

GLUYAS, William formerly farmer Telowie, but now out of business Prospect 1920[-1922], died 11/9/1922. Father of Sydney Joseph Carruthers Gluyas out of business Dulwich and Adelaide Inglis BEVILAQUA wife of Harry George Bevilaqua chemist Prospect. By 1922, SJV Gluyas had become a licensed victualler at Brighton Beach Vic. By 1928, he had returned to SA and lived out of business Dulwich Memorials 72 & 195/499

No 1

GLYDE, Lavington woolsorter Adelaide 1853 Memorial 68/65

GLYDE, Lavington insurance broker Kensington & Norwood 1855 Clayton Congregational Chapel trustee Memorial 206/91

GLYDE, Lavington merchant Pt Adelaide 1860 Memorial 55/165

GLYDE, Lavington and William Lavington Glyde merchants Adelaide trading under the style or firm of L Glyde & Son 1885 Memorial 3/377

No 1

GLYDE, Robert farmer Little Para 1849[-1853] Memorial 178/19

GLYDE, Robert farmer Gould Creek 1853 Memorial 158/50

No 1

GLYDE, Samuel Dening and William Dening Glyde commission merchants Adelaide 1872 Memorial 45/264

GLYDE, Samuel Dening merchant Pt Adelaide 1877[-1879] Memorial 226/302

GLYDE, Samuel Dening merchant Adelaide 1886 Enrolment 8/54.

GLYDE, Samuel Dening merchant Adelaide 1886 Application 20917

GLYDE, Samuel Dening merchant formerly of Adelaide but now of Mildura Vic 1892 Memorial 127/412

GLYDE, William Dening corn broker Adelaide 1871 Memorial 96/254

No 1

GLYNN, Eugene McMahon medical practitioner Kapunda 1895 Memorial 193/423

GLYNN, Eugene McMahon medical practitioner formerly of Kapunda but then of Riverton, died 9/6/1914. His executors were Patrick McMahon Glynn barrister-at-law Adelaide and Robert McMahon Glynn medical practitioner Riverton Application 26391

No 1

GLYNN, James of Kapunda 1857 Memorial 143/116

GLYNN, James miner Kapunda 1861 Memorial 350/178

GLYNN, James drowned in the Light River near Kapunda c1869. The death was not registered 1909 Application 25699

No 1

GLYNN, Patrick McMahon solicitor Kapunda 1886 Application 20946

GLYNN, Patrick McMahon solicitor Adelaide (Pirie St) 1889 Application 21559

GLYNN & PARSONS solicitors Adelaide authorised lease plans for.

Gresham Chambers Pt Town Acre 16 facing King William St, Adelaide Deposit 31/1903

GLYNN, Patrick McMahon barrister at law Adelaide, died 28/10/1931. Father of Dymphna Glynn spinster formerly of Mills Tce, North Adelaide but now of 16 Stuart St, Collaroy NSW 1949. Her mother was Mary Esther FAY no description, who died 15/7/1943 intestate Memorial 196/523

No 1

GLYNN, Robert McMahon medical practitioner Riverton Co Light. Hundred of Price land grant 1910[-1921] Grant Book 6 Page 82 County Buccleuch

GLYNN, Robert McMahon medical practitioner Riverton 1924 Memorial 44/491, Application 27312

GMEINER, Hermann Adolph draper Hyde Park and Emma Pauline Gmeiner his wife 1902 Application 24494

GMEINER, Julius cabinetmaker Eastwood and Christina Gmeiner his wife 1894 Application 22753

GNEVEKOW, August Friedrich Christoph Erich chemist Adelaide (Hindley St) 1848 Memorial 110/13

GNIEL, Albert Heinrich farmer Concordia near Gawler 1904[-1913] Memorial 117/452

No 1

GNIEL, Christian farmer near Gawler 1865 Memorial 343/207

GNIEL, Christian farmer Kingsford near Gawler 1872 Memorial 146/262

GNIEL, Christian farmer Sheaoak Log 1884 Application 20203

No 1

GNIEL, Friedrich August farmer Freeling 1903 Memorial 76/449

GNIEL, Friedrich August and Otto Albert Gniel farmers Freeling 1939 Memorial 17/514

No 1

GNIEL, Gustav Adolph farmer Greenock and Albert Heinrich Gniel farmer near Gawler sons of the late Christian Gniel formerly gentleman Gawler now deceased 1904 Memorial 228/451

GNIEL, Gustav Adolf farmer Freeling 1917 Memorial 56/475

GOALEN, Walter Neilson Navigating Lieutenant in the Royal Navy in the province of SA. Power of attorney to Frederick Algernon PRICE gentleman Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 29/1/1881. By 22/4/1885, WN Goalen was a staff commander in HM Navy, stationed at Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, Canada, when he gave FA Price a further commission as his attorney Deposit 262/1882

GOBELL, Ernest Walter marketgardener Montacute, died 10/2/1976 Grant Book 2 Page 47 County Adelaide

GOBELL, George farmer Rapid Bay Hundred of Moorowie land grant 1877 Grant Book 19 Page 33 County Fergusson

GOBELL, George farmer Kangaroo Island. Hundred of Menzies land grant 1906 Grant Book 11 Page 63 County Carnarvon

No 1

GOBELL, James labourer Brighton 1853 Memorial 433/54

GOBELL, James farmer Rapid Bay 1860 Memorial 34/166

GOBELL, Frances widow Yorketown. Hundred of Moorowie land grant 1892 Grant Book 19 Page 36 County Fergusson

No 1

GODDARD, Alfred labourer Robe S-E 1923 Memorial 5/488

GODDARD, Alfred contractor Robe S-E 1924 Memorial 183/489

GODDARD, Alfred labourer Robe S-E, died c1924 Memorial 90/492

GODDARD, Charles Arthur wool expert 20 Park Tce, Gilberton 1946 Application 28503

No 1

GODDARD, Charles Henry fellmonger Robe 1884 Memorial 214/359

GODDARD, Charles Henry formerly fellmonger but now farmer Robe 1894 Memorial 191/421

GODDARD, Charles Henry gentleman Robe S-E 1918 Memorial 114/477

No 1

GODDARD, Frederick gentleman Gilberton 1851 Memorial 317/29

GODDARD, Frederick gentleman Preliminary Section 475 1853 Memorial 184/53

No 2

GODDARD, Frederick clerk to Henry GILBERT solicitor Adelaide 1851[-1859] Memorial 453/41

GODDARD, Frederick of Adelaide 1861[-1864] Memorial 120/179

GODDARD, F of Mt Barker 1867 Memorial 34/222

No 1

GODDARD, George formerly of Saxmundham, Suffolk, England, but now farmer Adelaide 1839. He bought a land grant of Section 446 Survey B, with Land Order 625. Memorial 443/11

GODDARD, George farmer Reedbeds 1850 Memorial 293/19

GODDARD, George farmer Adelaide 1854 Memorial 397/65

No 2

GODDARD, Henry clerk to Henry GILBERT solicitor Adelaide 1851[-1859] Memorial 197/37

No 3

GODDARD, Henry of Robe 1866 Memorial 69/213

No 1

GODDARD, James farmer Little Para 1851[-1859] Memorial 378/61, Application 257

GODDARD, James farmer Para River 1853 Memorial 145/47

GODDARD, James farmer Gawler Plains 1857 Memorial 347/123

GODDARD, James farmer Salisbury 1858 Memorial 139/140

GODDARD, James goldminer Barossa Goldfields, died 6/6/1897. He left his £400 estate to his wife, Eleanor Goddard. His widow, Eleanor Goddard formerly of Salisbury late of Prospect, died 5/7/1913. Her estate to be divided equally absolutely amongst her four daughters - Harriet DUNN wife of David Dunn contractor Tea Tree Gully, Ruth CLARKE formerly of Islington but now of Prospect, Ellen ALLEN no description and Jane JENKINS no description 1914 Application 26260

No 2

GODDARD, James mason Gawler 1856 Memorial 285/95

No 3

GODDARD, James Esquire formerly of 1 Wellington Place, Regents Park, Middlesex, England, but now of Jerusalem Coffee House, London, Middlesex, power of attorney to Arthur HARDY Esquire Adelaide, to manage Sections 846, 847, purchased by Land Order, including power of sale 10/5/1859 Deposit 118/1861

GODDARD, James Coombs publican Kanyaka Cradock (Hundred of Wirreanda) township allotment land grant 1879 Grant Book 28 Page 28 County Granville

No 1

GODDARD, Philip gentleman Norwood 1852 Memorial 214/44

GODDARD, Philip gentleman late of Norwood 1853 Memorial 215/54

No 1

GODDARD, Robert carpenter Adelaide 1838 Application 14022

GODDARD, Robert wheelwright formerly of Saxmundham, Suffolk, England but now of Adelaide 1839 Memorial 9/50

GODDARD, Robert wheelwright formerly of Adelaide 1839 but now of the Reedbeds 1847 Application 4452

GODDARD, Robert wheelwright Reedbeds 1847 Memorial 111/8

GODDARD, Robert farmer Port Road 1854 Memorial 196/69

GODDARD, Robert farmer Reedbeds 1857 Memorial 122/115

GODDARD, Robert farmer Reedbeds 1859 Application 338

GODDARD, Robert farmer Reedbeds Hundred of Dublin land grant 1879 Grant Book 26 Page 343 County Gawler

No 1

GODDARD, William gentleman Adelaide 1855[-1865] Memorial 140/84 Member of the Permanent Equitable Building and Investment Society 1865 Memorial 245/208

GODDARD, W druggist Adelaide 1868 Memorial 88/235

GODDARD, William chemist Adelaide 1872 Memorial 109/257

GODDARD, William chemist and druggist Adelaide 1877 Memorial 8/303

GODDARD, William druggist Hindley St, Adelaide 1877 Application 16521

GODDARD, William chemist formerly of Adelaide 1855 but now of Norwood and Sarah Goddard his wife 1873 Application 12777

GODDARD, William chemist and druggist formerly of Adelaide but now of Norwood 1881 Memorial 175/335

GODDARD, William Gilbert gentleman Broad Chalk, Wilts, England, died at Bournmouth, Hants, England 9/9/1880 Deposit 228/1882

No 1

GODDARD, William Henry draper Adelaide 1853 Memorial 423/54

GODDARD, William Henry draper formerly of Adelaide but now of Melbourne Vic 1857 Memorial 71/136

No 1

GODDEN, Albert gentleman Pt Adelaide 1854 Memorial 30/71

GODDEN, Albert accountant Alberton 1858 Memorial 30/132

GODDEN, Albert clerk Pt Adelaide 1864 Memorial 194/196

GODDEN, Albert gentleman near Queenstown 1876 Application 15366

GODDEN, Albert clerk Portland Estate 1885 Application 20509

No 1

GODDEN, Ann widow near Woodville 1883 Application 19996

GODDEN, Annie Jamieson widow Reedbeds Road 1883 Memorial 247/347

GODDEN, Annie Jamieson widow Reedbeds Road, near Pt Adelaide 1883 Application 19757

No 1

GODDEN, Edward miner Kooringa 1866 Memorial 15/211

GODDEN, Edward miner Kooringa, died c1871. With trusts to protect the income of his daughter, Mary Godden, the estate went to Mary Godden his wife, Mary Godden, Jane COLLINS wife of Richard Collins, Phillis STATTON, and Betsy RICHARDS his daughters. Another son-in-law was John OSBORN but no mention of his wife's name Memorial 85/281

GODDEN, James labourer Adelaide (South Tce) 1852 Memorial 224/41

GODDEN, John Henry dairyman Hawthorn 1899[-1908] Memorial 137/438, Application 25542

GODDEN, Sarah Ann widow Adelaide, died c1883. Eliza Godden spinster Adelaide appointed to administer the estate Memorial 164/356

GODES, William farmer Chain of Ponds 1857 Memorial 16/128

No 1

GODFREE, James stonebreaker Glen Osmond 1887[-1895] Memorial 154/384

GODFREE, James stonebreaker Glen Osmond and Ellen Godfree his wife 1898 Memorial 82/435

GODFREE, Ellen widow Glen Osmond 1912 Memorial 2/466

No 1
GODFREE, John stone mason Gumeracha 1851 Memorial 211/31

GODFREE, John sheepfarmer South Rhine Hundred of South Rhine land grant 1861[-1864] Grant Book 58 Page 248 County Sturt

GODFREE, John gentleman Gumeracha Co Adelaide. Hundred of South Rhine land grant 1867 Grant Book 58 Page 270 County Sturt

No 2

GODFREE, John labourer Glen Osmond and Mary Elizabeth Godfree his wife 1918. Family or close friendship link with William BALDWIN of Kensington Park Memorial 182/476

GODFREE, John Francis farmer Tarlee 1908 Memorial 96/459

GODFREE, Richard farmer Mt Pleasant Hundred of South Rhine land grant 18881[-1891] Grant Book 58 Page 270 County Sturt

GODFREY, C clerk to Messrs Arthur HARDY & Sons solicitors Adelaide 1876 Memorial 72/294

No 1

GODFREY, Charles tinsmith Adelaide 1869 Memorial 138/244

No 2

GODFREY, Charles labourer Goolwa 1868 Application 9113

No 3

GODFREY, Charles of Burnside 1875 Memorial 152/346

GODFREY, Charles labourer Burnside 1877 Memorial 29/300

GODFREY, Charles gardener and labourer Burnside, died 10/4/1888 intestate. His unnamed widow died 10/3/1918 Application 26708

No 4 - perhaps the same person

GODFREY, Charles of Maitland 1881 Memorial 167/331

GODFREY, Charles of Urania 1894 Memorial 93/420

No 5

GODFREY, Charles confectioner St Vincent St, Pt Adelaide rented a shop in the Ozone Theatre, St Vincent St, Pt Adelaide 1914 Memorial 131/470

GODFREY, Charles Edward tinsmith Adelaide 1860[-1871] Memorial 47/164, Application 4791

GODFREY, Charles Edward tinsmith Grote St, Adelaide, died 15/12/1873 132drowning while bathing, aged 46 Application 13984

No 1

GODFREY, Charles G of Grote St, Adelaide 1887 Memorial 72/389

GODFREY, Charles George agent Adelaide probably a brother to Emela Sarah MASSON wife of Emile Stephen Masson teacher Clarendon 1890[-1897] Memorials 4/406 & 82/433

GODFREY, Charles George clerk Adelaide 1885 Application 20407

GODFREY, Charles George agent Adelaide linked with Mary Ann Godfrey and Louisa Jane Godfrey spinsters Adelaide 1898 Application 23552

GODFREY, Charles George sharebroker Adelaide 1916 Application 26514

GODFREY, Charles Roy public servant 18 Castle Ave, Prospect, aged 62 in 1956, declared he was a son of Thomas Godfrey of Goolwa Application 29201

No 1

GODFREY, George labourer Norwood 1854 Memorial 238/78

GODFREY, George of Sydenham Rd, Norwood, and Catherine Godfrey his wife. Father of Eliza Godfrey, Harriot Godfrey, Henry George Godfrey, Abigal Godfrey and Alfred Godfrey 1885 Memorial 159/461

GODFREY, George dairyman Norwood 1886 Application 20905

Godfrey, George, died 1909. George Godfrey's wife, Catherine Godfrey, pre-deceased her husband on 29/8/1895 Sydenham Rd, Norwood, of chronic nephritis and morbus cordis, aged 64. In 1877, Eliza Godfrey's new husband, Alexander William Randall 19 was a baker in Adelaide (Father; John Randall) whom Eliza Godfrey married 19/2/1877 in Holy Trinity North Tce, Adelaide. By 1883, when his daughter, Abigail Godfrey, married Walter William WAITE 25 plumber Norwood (Father: John Waite) on 5/5/1883 Mt Pleasant Presbyterian Church, George Godfrey had gone to live in the country. When his wife died, George Godfrey was a dairyman on Sydenham Rd, Norwood. By 1909, after George Godfrey died, all his children were still living - Eliza Randall (formerly Eliza Godfrey) wife of Alexander William Randall baker Maylands, Harriet Godfrey spinster Norwood, Abigail WAITE formerly Abigail Godfrey, Henry George Godfrey painter Norwood, and Alfred Godfrey painter North Fitzroy, Melbourne Vic Application 25687

No 1

GODFREY, Henry of Currie St, Adelaide 1850 Memorial 202/28

No 2

GODFREY, Henry gentleman Sydney NSW 1853 Memorial 341/49

No 3

GODFREY, Henry tinman Pt Adelaide 1854 Memorial 128/70

GODFREY, Henry painter Pt Adelaide 1854 Memorial 427/74

GODFREY, Henry Wilfred fisherman Goolwa 1927[-1928] Memorial 150/496, Application 27708

No 1

GODFREY, Joseph storekeeper Kooringa 1851 Grant Book 0 Page 10 County Unnamed

GODFREY, Joseph storekeeper Kooringa 1856 Memorial 350/102

No 1

GODFREY, Sarah Emela widow Adelaide 1873[-1885] Memorial 89/270

GODFREY, Sarah Emela widow Adelaide, died 31/8/1890. Estate worth £4,000. Mother of Emela Sarah MASSON wife of Emile Stephen Masson teacher Angaston. Other children - Charles George Godfrey, Mary Ann Godfrey, and Louisa Jane Godfrey Memorials 223/405 & 3/406

GODFREY, Thomas contractor Stirling North trustee unnamed school Hundred of Davenport land grant 1873 Grant Book 23 Page 43 County Frome

No 1

GODFREY, William Henry of Pt Adelaide 1852 Memorial 91/45

GODFREY, William Henry painter Pt Adelaide 1856[-1874] Memorial 180/99

GODFREY, William Henry plumber Pt Adelaide 1860 Application 1628

No 1

GODLEE, Arthur John blacksmith Tungkillo 1868 Memorial 49/229

GODLEE, Arthur John blacksmith Tungkillo, ‘for divers considerations and good causes’, power of attorney to William James ELLIS schoolteacher Tungkillo, to sell his land at Tungkillo and manage his SA business affairs 17/2/1868 Deposit 31/1868

GODLEE, Charles Burwood of Keith 1915 Memorial 127/472

No 1

GODLEE, Rickman barrister 3 New Square, Lincolns Inn, Middlesex, England, power of attorney to Henry Weston PHILLIPS and George PHILLIPS merchants Adelaide, to lease out certain lands in SA and manage the properties on his behalf 11/4/1862 Deposit 132/1866

GODLEE, Rickman solicitor formerly of New Square, Lincoln's Inn, Middlesex, England 1857 but now of Whip Cross,, Walthamstow, Essex, England 1878 Application 16963

GODLEE, Rickman barrister 3 New Square Lincoln’s Inn, Middlesex, England, died c1871. His wife, Mary Godlee, and his eldest son, Joseph Lister Godlee barrister Lincoln’s Inn, the executors of his will. He left an allotment in Kapunda to his second son, Rickman John GODLEE, born 15/4/1849, by 1882 a medical practitioner in England. Theodore Godlee clerk Adelaide, a nephew of Rickman Godlee, gave the above information 1882 Application 19161

No 1

GODLEE, Theo clerk Adelaide 1878 Memorial 75/308

GODLEE, Theo clerk to JC PHILLIPS land agent Adelaide 1879[-1882] Memorial 23/313

GODLEE, Theo of Howell's Corner, Adelaide 1882[-1883] Memorial 234/344

GODLEE, Theo accountant Adelaide 1894[-1903] Memorial 152/422

GODSMARK, William Robert traveller Richmond. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1912 Grant Book 2 Page 22 County Adelaide

No 1

GODSON, William tailor Adelaide 1849 Memorial 283/18

No 2

GODSON, William bootmaker Echunga 1852 Memorial 387/44

No 3

GODSON, William storekeeper Redruth 1860 Application 1353

GODSON, William storekeeper Redruth 1866 Memorial 176/215

GODSON, William gentleman Chipping Campden, Glos, England, formerly of Adelaide SA, power of attorney to Charles Rischbieth draper Rundle St, Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs, particularly a store run by August BARTHOLEMEW[BARTHOLOMAEUS], at Redruth, under the style of Godson & Bartholemew 4/5/1870 Deposit 10/1871

No 1

GODWIN, Algernon Arbuthnot colonel in HM 103d Regiment of Bombay Fusiliers temporarily residing in Adelaide 1887 Memorial 166/384

GODWIN, Algernon Arbuthnot Colonel in HM 103d Regiment of Bombay Fusiliers temporarily residing in Adelaide, power of attorney to Charles Hawkes Todd HART Esquire Adelaide and Charles James Henthorn Morton TODD Esquire Adelaide, to manage his business affairs in the said province 19/5/1887 Deposit 49/1887

GODWIN, AA Colonel in HM Army 25 Charles St, St James, London, Middlesex, England and Arthur Crofts POWELL Esquire presently residing at Townfield Darking Surrey England, trustees dated 13/10/1863 for a marriage settlement involving Mary HART and Henry Huth WALTERS now living at 37 Stanley Gardens, Belsize Park, London, power of attorney to the Executor Trustee and Agency Co of 12 Waymouth St, Adelaide, to manage the land under trust for the settlement 28/5/1902. There was also a marriage settlement for Margaret HART and Arthur Crofts POWELL 24/7/1885. The Hart girls’ father, John HART merchant Adelaide, died 28/1/1873 Deposits 76 & 77/1902

GODWIN, Lancelot John business manager 31 Partridge St, Glenelg 1950 Memorial 150/525

GODWIN, Richard Bennett Esquire Derby, Co Derby, England, died 15/6/1867. Estate worth £40,000, including SA land and SA Land Company shares. His daughter, Elizabeth RICHARDSON widow Fulford House, Fulford, near York, Yorks, England, inherited the estate. She died 20/9/1870. Her father’s SA land and shares to Thomas FOSBROOKE, a friend of her late brothers, George and Richard GODWIN. Her estate worth £50,000 Deposit 27/1873

No 1 - likely to be the same person

GOEBEL, Christian mariner Pt Adelaide 1853 Memorial 478/58

GOEBEL, Christian Henrique mariner Pt Adelaide 1856[-1860] Memorial 32/95

GOEBEL, Christian Heinrich seaman Pt Adelaide 1860 Application 1834

GOEDECKE, Johann Heinrich Wilhelm of Penola 1877 Application 16197

No 1

GOEDECKE, Johann Jacob of Lyndoch Valley 1854 Memorial 26/67

GOEDECKE, Johann Jacob farmer formerly of Lyndoch but now of Kapunda 1856 Memorial 348/98

GOEDECKE, Johann Jakob farmer Bethel 1866 Memorial 75/216

GOEDECKE/GÖDECKE, Theodor Walter labourer Burra Rd, Kapunda, aged 69 in 1964 Application 29490

GOERECKE, Ernst Theodor salesman Le Hunte St, Wayville changed his name to Ernest GRAHAM 1916 Memorial 173/473

No 1

GOERER/GORER/GÖRGER Oscar medical practitioner Adelaide 1882[-1888] Memorial 234/342

GOERER/GORER/GÖRGER, Oscar doctor of medicine Adelaide 1882 Application 19283

GOERS/GORS/GÖRS, Amalie Antonie widow Tanunda, died 19/6/1952. Mother of Leslie Otto Goers carpenter Tanunda, Julius Wilhelm Goers foreman Angas St, Woodville, and Antonie Reta HEIDENREICH no description Memorial 19/528

GOERS/GORS/GÖRS, Arthur Mundt of Adelaide 1890 Memorial 36/402

No 1 - Johann Carl Christoph Goers

GOERS/GORS/GÖRS, Carl of Young St, Adelaide took out a lease as a licensed victualler to run the Rose of Australia Hotel 'public house, stabling and ground not to include the new buildings recently erected in Wakefield St'. C BANBURY acted as agent for the owner J MAYERS in arranging the 12-year lease 1857 Memorial 345/114

GOERS/GORS/GÖRS, Carl licensed victualler Black Eagle Hotel Adelaide 1859 Memorial 178/153

GOERS/GORS/GÖRS, Johann Carl Christoph of Pirie St Adelaide, formerly licensed victualler but then cab proprietor, became a bankrupt by 1875 Memorial 233/281

GOERS/GORS/GÖRS, Carl licensed victualler Black Eagle Hotel Hindmarsh Square Adelaide [He must have retained his hotel after the 1875 bankruptcy] 1881 Memorial 237/361

No 1

GOERS/GORS/GÖRS, Carl Christian Adalbert Eduard gentleman Norwood 1850 Memorial 402/26

GOERS/GORS/GÖRS, Eduard gentleman Norwood 1850[-1851] Memorial 2/23

GOERS/GORS/GÖRS, G clerk Goodwood West 1895 Memorial 7/425

GOERS/GORS/GÖRS, Hermann Theodor baker Tanunda father of the late Horace Archibald Goers formerly baker Underdale, who died 2/10/1930 (Husband of Martha Helene Goers). Was there a family link with Sylvia Etna HOFF married woman formerly of Cadell but now of Tanunda? Memorial 184/506

GOERS/GORS/GÖRS, Leslie Otto carpenter Tanunda, GOERS, Julius Wilhelm foreman Angas St 1953, Woodville, and HEIDENREICH, Antonie Reta married woman Pt Augusta, beneficiaries named in the will of the late Amalie Antonie Goers widow Tanunda, who died 19/6/1952. She was the relict of the late Hermann Julius Goers of Tanunda, who died 13/5/1935 Application 28943

GOESCH/GOSCH/GÖSCH, Christoph Gottlieb farmer Angaston Hundred of Ridley land grant 1889 Grant Book 58 Page 154 County Sturt

GOESCH/GOSCH/GÖSCH, Johann Christian farmer Rosenthal 1854[-1857] Memorial 291/69

GOESCH/GOSCH/GÖSCH, Johann Friedrich Wilhelm farmer near Angaston 1878 Application 16750

GOETZENS, FK clerk Adelaide 1886 Memorial 17/374

No 1

GOGLER, Adolph farmer Kilkerran Hundred of Kilkerran land grant 1879 Grant Book 19 Page 166 County Fergusson

GOGLER, Adolph farmer Daveyston Hundred of Kilkerran land grant 1881 Grant Book 19 Page 168 County Fergusson

GOGLER, Friedrich Carl newsagent Norwood 1924 Application 27239

No 1

GOGLER, Friedrich Fedor farmer Salt Creek near Tanunda 1853[-1862] Memorial 200/61

GOGLER, Friedrich Fedor farmer Greenock Creek 1856 Memorial 218/96

GOGLER, Friedrich Fedor farmer Salt Creek near Tanunda 1857 Memorial 297/118

GOGLER, Friedrich Fedor farmer formerly of Greenock but now of Seppeltsfield 1858 Memorial 218/135

GOGLER, Friedrich Fedor farmer formerly of Salt Creek near Tanunda 1857 but now of Seppeltsfield near Greenock 1865 Application 6717

GOGOL, Anna Rosine widow Tanunda 1893 Application 22470

GOGOL, George farmer Monarto 1882 Memorial 176/345

GOGOLL, William farmer near Angaston 1880 Grant Book 17 Page 102 County Eyre

GOHL, Friedrich Ernst out of business Adelaide linked with Oskar Johann Friedrich Carl Gohl smallgoods butcher Adelaide 1923 Memorial 140/487

GOILE, Heinrich farmer Lyndoch Valley 1853[-1860] Memorial 493/54

No 1

GOLD, Ephraim mason Hindmarsh 1852 Memorial 223/44

GOLD, Ephraim mason Hindmarsh 1863 Application 4181

No 1

GOLD, Henry nurseryman near Norwood 1849 Memorial 297/14 Market gardener Norwood 1853 Memorial 245/48

GOLD, Henry marketgardener Norwood and Elizabeth Gold his wife 1855 Memorial 255/83

GOLD, Henry formerly market gardener Norwood but now absent from the said province 1856 His wife, Elizabeth Gold, still lived in Norwood Memorial 215/105

GOLD, Henry gold digger Maryborough Vic. William CLAYFIELD plasterer Melbourne Vic and John BAYLEY nurseryman Hackney SA, were trustees of land at Norwood, as a result of a marriage settlement between H Gold and his wife, Elizabeth Gold. Power of attorney to Henry GILBERT solicitor Adelaide, to supervise the sale and transfer of his share in land at Norwood and elsewhere for £200 to the trustees 17/6/1859 Deposit 208/1859

GOLD, Henry market gardener formerly of Norwood but now of Maryborough Vic 1860 Memorial 103/166

GOLD, Elizabeth wife of Henry Gold market gardener Norwood 1853 Memorial 78/48

GOLD, Elizabeth married woman Norwood 1855 Wife of Henry Gold market gardener formerly of Norwood but now absent from the said province Memorial 443/86

GOLD, Elizabeth of Norwood wife of Henry Gold market gardener formerly of Norwood but now absent from SA, died c1859. Sister to William CLAYFIELD Memorial 37/159

GOLDBY, Frank professor of anatomy 18 Torrens St, Gilberton and Helen Rosa Goldby his wife 1941[-1944] Memorial 5/517

No 1

GOLDER, Alfred wheelwright Mt Barker 1855 Memorial 226/93

GOLDER, Alfred wheelwright formerly of Mt Barker 1855 but then of Geelong Vic 1858 Memorial 218/134

GOLDER, Alfred wheelwright Geelong Vic, power of attorney to JB SHEPHERDSON clerk Mt Barker, to conclude the sale of some allotments in Walker St, Mt Barker to John DUNN Esquire Mt Barker 15/12/1857 Deposit 95/1858

GOLDER, Arthur Edgar farmer Meadows South 1938 Application 28160

No 1

GOLDER, Charles farmer near Rochester. Hundred of Koolunga land grant 1876 Grant Book 55 Page 183 County Stanley

GOLDER, Charles farmer Redhill Co Daly. Hundred of Crystal Brook land grant 1880 Grant Book 60 Page 231 County Victoria

GOLDER, Charles farmer Crystal Brook. Hundred of Narridy land grant 1878 Grant Book 60 Page 257 County Victoria

GOLDER, Henry Roase labourer Kangarilla. Hundred of Kuitpo land grant 1900 Grant Book 2 Page 98 County Adelaide

GOLDER, John farmer Dawson Co Herbert 1887 Memorial 212/382

GOLDER, Richard farmer Crystal Brook. Hundred of Crystal Brook land grant 1878 Grant Book 60 Page 225 County Victoria

GOLDER, Roy Edward carrier Kangarilla 1949 Application 28658

No 1 - probably the same person

GOLDER, Thomas farmer Eyre Flat 1851[-1858] Memorial 269/34 Eyre Flat Bible Christian school trustee 1855 Memorial 426/86

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

GOLDER, Thomas farmer Eyre Flat 1861 Application 2111

GOLDER, Thomas farmer Kangarilla 1876 Memorial 152/323

GOLDFINCH, Charles Arthur post office official formerly of Kapunda but now of Caltowie 1914 Memorial 41/470

GOLDFINCH, Clement Robert labourer Curramulka. Hundred of Curramulka land grant 1897 Grant Book 19 Page 441 County Fergusson

No 1

GOLDFINCH, Frederick farmer Carrieton 1883 Memorial 77/347

GOLDFINCH, Frederick, Thomas and Leonard farmers Carrieton, trading together as Goldfinch Brothers, became bankrupts in 1885 Memorial 138/372

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

GOLDFINCH, Henry the Younger farmer Mt Barker 1847 Memorial 131/35 Farmer of the Angas 1855 Memorial 432/87 Yeoman Strathalbyn 1855 Memorial 434/87

GOLDFINCH, Henry farmer Milang 1863 Application 4326.

GOLDFINCH, Henry the Younger farmer formerly of The Angas 1855 but now of Milang 1864 Application 5386

GOLDFINCH, Henry farmer Milang Hundred of Bonney land grant 1870 Grant Book 54 Page 34 County Russell

GOLDFINCH, Henry farmer formerly of near Strathalbyn 1851 but now of near Milang 1871 Application 11305

GOLDFINCH, Henry the Elder and Younger and Leonard Goldfinch all farmers Milang 1882[-1885] Memorial 93/343

No 2

GOLDFINCH, Henry butcher Thebarton 1883. Perhaps related to the ELDRIDGE family of Norwood Application 19808

GOLDFINCH, Henry butcher Thebarton 1914, declared that he had lived in Thebarton since 1848, except during 1873 when he had a business in Adelaide Application 26286

GOLDFINCH, Henry out of business Thebarton 1918, declared that he had lived in George St, Thebarton since 1876 Application 26639

No 1

GOLDFINCH, William farmer Pt Vincent 1888 Application 21392

GOLDFINCH, William farmer Pt Vincent Hundred of Ramsay land grant 1894 Grant Book 19 Page 340 County Fergusson

No 2

GOLDFINCH, William out of business Taylor Road, Torrensville and Margaret Goldfinch his wife 1912 Memorial 60/468

GOLDFINCH, William married Margaret HARRIOTT. Margaret Goldfinch wife of William Goldfinch out of business Taylor Rd, Torrensville, died 21/12/1913 Hampton Rd, Firle, of senility and cardiac failure, aged 68. Born in Adelaide, she married aged 18. She had 5 sons and 2 daughters living and 1 son and 2 daughters deceased. Her family as of 1919 were: Charles Arthur Goldfinch coffee palace proprietor Victor Harbor; John Harriott Goldfinch labourer Glenelg; William Goldfinch farmer Meningie; Francis Andrew Goldfinch labourer North Norwood; Clement Robert Goldfinch wheelwright Port Road, Woodvile; Caroline Janet SIMONS wife Samuel Simons dairyman Plympton; Charles Arthur Goldfinch and Mabel Getrude PETERSON wife of WC Peterson greengrocer North Norwood Application 26815

GOLDFINCH, William Henry veterinary surgeon 45 Maria St, Thebarton, turned 64 in April 1932. He had lived in the area since his boyhood Application 27879

No 1

GOLDING, David shoemaker Pt Elliot 1854[-1871] Memorial 126/75, Application 2395

GOLDING, David bootmaker Pt Elliot Co Hindmarsh. Hundred of Caltowie land grant 1881[-1882] Grant Book 60 Page 193 County Victoria

GOLDING, David storekeeper Pt Elliot. Pt Elliot Baptist Chapel trustee 1896 Memorial 208/426

GOLDING, David Laurence storekeeper Laura, died c1890. Husband of Clara Golding Memorial 197/404

No 1

GOLDING, Edward and Uriah farmers near Strathalbyn 1867 Memorial 145/220

GOLDING, Edward of Belvidere Hundred of Strathalbyn, died late 1860s-early 1870s. He left his entire estate to his wife, Maria Golding, in trust for life; then in bequests according to details in the will to his children - Josiah Golding, Sarah Golding, Uriah Golding, Lydia CARANGTON, Eliza CHARLES wife of William Charles, Jacob Golding, and George Golding (not in birth order) Memorial 235/272

GOLDING, Edward of Belvidere, Hundred of Strathalbyn, died c1869. He left his personal estate to his wife, Maria Golding, absolutely. She also inherited his real estate for life, then mostly to his son, Josiah Golding, with a bit to his youngest daughter Sarah Golding. Money to his son, Uriah Golding, his daughter Lydia CARANGTON, Eliza CHARLES wife of William Charles, sons Jacob Golding and George Golding Sarah Golding 26 spinster Belvidere married John BONE alias BRODIE 29 shepherd Belvidere (Father: John Bone) on 28/1/1874 Strathalbyn District Registrar’s office. Witnesses: George BLAKE and Michael BRENNAN labourers Strathalbyn Application 19829

GOLDING, Henry of Islington 1850 Memorial 437/24

GOLDING, James Reeve police constable Prospect. Hundred of Barossa land grant 1943 Grant Book 2 Page 57 County Adelaide

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

GOLDING, Josiah labourer Crafers 1868 Memorial 160/232

GOLDING, Josiah labourer the Broughton Crafers Primitive Methodist Chapel trustee 1875 Application 14285

GOLDING, Josiah the Elder gardener Stirling East 1902[-1905] Memorial 72/446

GOLDING, Josiah fruiter and greengrocer The Parade Norwood 1915 Memorial 28/473

GOLDING, Mary Ann storekeeper Bowden on the Hill 1908 Memorial 95/459

No 1

GOLDING, Philip bootmaker Hindley St, Adelaide, father of Matilda Golding ‘an infant under the age of 21’ 1842 Application 20942

GOLDING, Philip bootmaker Hindley St, Adelaide 1843 Memorial 5/3

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

GOLDING, Philip of Edwardstown. A relative of Matilda STEWART nee Golding widow Millbrook 1865 Memorial 265/204

GOLDING, Philip licensed victualler Nelson's Victory Inn, Edwardstown 1867 Memorial 94/228

GOLDING, Philip out of business Edwardstown 1868 Memorial 244/229

GOLDING, Reuben gardener Crafers 1872 Memorial 196/259

GOLDING, Ronald Leslie fisherman Beachport and Effie Golding his wife 1947 Memorial 109/521

No 1

GOLDING, Stephen farmer Pt Elliot 1855[-1861] Memorial 279/80

GOLDING, Stephen labourer Pt Elliot 1868 Memorial 125/236

GOLDING, Stephen the Elder shoemaker Laura. Hundred of Caltowie land grant 1880 Grant Book 60 Page 192 County Victoria

No 2

GOLDING, Stephen farmer Echunga 1859 Memorial 176/150

GOLDING, Thomas farmer Angaston 1884 Application 20210

No 1

GOLDING, Uriah bootmaker Manoora 1868 Memorial 90/232

GOLDING, Uriah farmer Blyth Plains Hundred of Boucaut land grant 1880 Grant Book 55 Page 35 County Stanley

GOLDINGHAM, Herbert the Younger solicitor Worcester, Co Worcester, England, power of attorney to George Le Messurier GRETTON barrister Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs June 1880. Deposit 216/1880

GOLDMAN, Leah general dealer Adelaide (Hindley St) 1903 Memorial 199/448

GOLDMAN, Morris jeweller Adelaide (Hindley St) 1924 Memorial 105/492

GOLDNEY, Alfred farmer Willowie 1886 Memorial 96/375

GOLDNEY, Francis John, and Charles Robson THOMLINSON printers Adelaide, operating 'in that small store fronting Peel St … on Town Acre 110 … at the rear of the buildings known as Royal Chambers fronting Currie St … and also the cellar situated under the said store and the cellars situated under Royal Chambers aforesaid together with the right of use in common with other tenants of the closet marked situate in the yard at the rear of the said Chambers … ' 1878 Memorial 18/312

GOLDNEY, Frank gentleman Adelaide 1871 Memorial 57/255

No 1

GOLDNEY, Frederick printer Adelaide 1845[-1850] Memorial 298/5

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

GOLDNEY, Frederick licensed victualler Adelaide (Sturt St) 1858 Memorial 270/146

GOLDNEY, Frederick licensed victualler Adelaide 1863 Application 4690

GOLDNEY, Frederick gentleman Marion Road 1875[-1876] Memorial 113/289, Application 15649

GOLDNEY, Frederick gentleman Marion Road linked with Frederick William Henry Goldney licensed victualler the Government Reservoir near Pt Pirie 1876 Memorial 155/290

GOLDNEY, Frederick farmer Marion Road Co Adelaide. Warnertown (Hundred of Napperby) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 60 Page 415 County Victoria

GOLDNEY, Frederick farmer Booleroo 1880 Memorial 155/322

GOLDNEY, Frederick the Elder farmer Marion Road Hundred of Willowie land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 742 County Frome

GOLDNEY, Frederick Senr farmer Booleroo 1884 Application 20132

No 1

GOLDNEY, Frederick William Henry gentleman Marion Road 1876[-1877] Memorial 155/290

GOLDNEY, Frederick William Henry licensed victualler Napperby. Hundred of Napperby land grant 1878 Grant Book 60 Page 388 County Victoria

GOLDNEY, Frederick William Henry the Younger licensed victualler Warnertown Warnertown (Hundred of Napperby) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 60 Page 417 County Victoria

No 1

GOLDNEY, Henry farmer Section 367 near Adelaide 1849 Memorial 23/15

GOLDNEY, Henry farmer [formerly of Section 367 near Adelaide but now of] Gawler River 1853 Memorial 256/83

GOLDNEY, Henry farmer Gawler River Hundred of Balaklava land grant 1888 Grant Book 26 Page 115 County Gawler

GOLDNEY, Henry Frederick farmer Balaklava and Isabella de Brett Blinkinsopp Goldney his wife 1892 Memorial 200/415

No 1

GOLDNEY, William the Elder farmer Gawler River and Maria Goldney his wife 1849[-1856] Linked with Henry Goldney farmer Gawler River Memorial 459/14

GOLDNEY, William gentleman Gawler River. Father of Frederick and Henry Goldney no description 1858 Memorial 97/158

GOLDNEY, William gentleman Gawler River died c1859. He left portion of pt Section 53 ‘in the Government Survey - between the Milner and Gawler Surveys’ - to his sons, Frederick and Henry GOLDNEY farmers Gawler River. Executors - John FRANKLIN carpenter Adelaide and George FRANKLIN cabinetmaker Adelaide 1884 Application 20073

GOLDNEY, William gentleman Gawler River. Will - assets to be divided equally absolutely between his two sons, Frederick and Henry Goldney 18/9/1858 Deposit 308/1859

No 2

GOLDNEY, William farmer Balaklava Hundred of Balaklava land grant 1879 Grant Book 26 Page 113 County Gawler

No 1

GOLDRING, Frederick plasterer Adelaide 1840 Memorial 14/493

GOLDRING, Frederick plasterer Adelaide 1840 Application 27303

GOLDRING, Frederick plasterer Adelaide 1849 Memorial 316/13

GOLDRING, Fred F law clerk Adelaide 1895 Memorial 116/424

GOLDSACK, Charles Glen ironmonger Glen Osmond 1903 Memorial 178/447

No 1

GOLDSACK, George wheelwright Glen Osmond 1876 Memorial 49/295

GOLDSACK, George wheelwright Glen Osmond linked with Mark Goldsack blacksmith Glen Osmond 1878 Memorial 172/305

GOLDSACK, George wheelwright Glen Osmond 1883 Memorial 157/447

GOLDSACK, George wheelwright Glen Osmond 1887 Application 21177

GOLDSACK, George gentleman Beaumont 1895[-1899] Memorial 212/425

GOLDSACK, George formerly wheelwright Glen Osmond but now out of business Adelaide (Hutt St) 1903[-1910] Memorial 178/447

GOLDSACK, George formerly wheelwright Glen Osmond 1876 but then out of business Gouger St, Adelaide, died c1913. Husband of Ellen Jane Goldsack Memorial 193/473

GOLDSACK, Ellen Jane widow formerly of Bellevue near Beaumont but then of Hutt St, Adelaide (relict of the late George Goldsack), died 7/11/1915. Mother of James Grylls Goldsack farmer Beaumont Memorial 109/476

GOLDSACK, James Grylls farmer Beaumont 1924, declared that he was the only son of George Goldsack carpenter Glen Osmond and Ellen Jane Goldsack, nee GRYLLS, and was the only grandson of James GRYLLS. James Goldsack had three sisters - Elizabeth Grylls TUCK, Ethel May MARSHALL and Stella Mary BESLEY (born 8/9/1878) Application 27108

No 1

GOLDSACK, Mark wheelwright Glen Osmond 1884 Application 20295

GOLDSACK, Mark blacksmith Glen Osmond 1903 Memorial 179/447

GOLDSACK, Mark out of business Glen Osmond 1913 Application 26221

GOLDSACK, Mark wheelwright Glen Osmond, died 24/10/1914. He left £100 to his daughter-in-law, Evelyn Beatrice Goldsack, wife of his son Robert Goldsack. The freewill of his wheelwright business to his son, Robert Goldsack, who had the right to bid for the tools and premises at the public auction held to sell off his estate. The proceeds of the auction to be distributed equally amongst Mark Goldsack's children. Son Charles Glen Goldsack mentioned by name in the will. Estate worth £2,150. Robert Goldsack bought the business which he sold on 11/3/1921 to Carl Heinrich Fiegert. Gardener Albert GALLASCH of Grünthal and his wife, Maria Gallasch, owned the adjoining Lot 1 facing Portrush Rd, by 1926 Application 27431

No 1

GOLDSACK, Redman blacksmith Glen Osmond 1846[-1859] Memorial 260/7, Application 931

GOLDSACK, Redman gentleman Rose Cottage Glen Osmond 1883 Memorial 157/447

GOLDSACK, Redman gentleman Rose Cottage, Glen Osmond, died 6//11/1883. Estate worth £550. All personal estate to his wife, Christina Goldsack, absolutely. She also had the right to live in Rose Cottage for life. The rest of the estate to be sold so that the funds could be invested to provide the widow with an income of £104 a year for life. The children to share equally in the remainder of any income in one year. If the widow remarried, she was to get £52 a year. After the widow's death, the estate to be distributed to the children in equal shares. Sons George and Mark Goldsack mentioned by name to have a right of way beside Rose Cottage to go from Kensington Road to their blacksmith workshop. Another son was Robert Goldsack blacksmith Glen Osmond. Christiana Goldsack died 13/1/1902, of senile decay, aged 76 1913 Application 26221

No 1
GOLDSACK, Stephen baker Adelaide (Hindley St)1841[-1861] Memorial 143/22

GOLDSACK, Stephen baker formerly of Hindley St but now of Rundle St, Adelaide 1865 Memorial 340/206

GOLDSACK, Stephen baker Adelaide (adjoining The King of Hanover Hotel, Rundle St, to the west, in sub-leased premises from the hotel publican) became a bankrupt 1877 Memorial 250/298

GOLDSACK, Sydney of Pt Town Acre 44 Rundle St Adelaide 1884 Memorial 33/360

No 1

GOLDSACK, William Baptist missionary of parts beyond the seas 1918 Memorial 179/476

GOLDSACK, William Baptist missionary Jessore, India 1920 Memorial 172/484

GOLDSCHMIDT, Johann Friedrich farmer Curramulka Hundred of Curramulka land grant 1891 Grant Book 19 Page 440 County Fergusson

No 1

GOLDSMITH, Ammon butcher Clare 1851[-1852] Memorial 363/38 Yeoman Clare Hutt River Special Survey 1853 Memorial 449/54

GOLDSMITH, Amnon licensed victualler Watervale 1855[-1874] Memorial 381/82

GOLDSMITH, Charles Edward bank manager Parkside linked with Robert Goldsmith clerk Norwood 1927 Memorial 126/498

No 1

GOLDSMITH, Charles Henry minister of the gospel North Adelaide and Sarah Ann Goldsmith his wife formerly SA MATTHEWS 1851 Memorial 202/321

GOLDSMITH, Charles Henry merchant Pt Adelaide 1851[-1859] Memorial 442/30 Wesleyan Methodist Memorial 236/31

GOLDSMITH, Charles Henry merchant Pt Adelaide and Sarah Ann Goldsmith his wife formerly Sarah Ann MATTHEWS 1859 Memorial 262/151

GOLDSMITH, Charles Henry Wesleyan Minister Yankalilla 1861 Memorial 322/178

GOLDSMITH, Charles Henry Minister of the Gospel Yankalilla 1862 Application 3669

GOLDSMITH, Charles Henry Wesleyan Minister Clare 1869 Memorial 244/243

GOLDSMITH, Charles Henry Minister of the Gospel Kapunda and Sarah Ann Goldsmith his wife formerly Sarah Ann MATTHEWS 1873 Memorial 35/268

GOLDSMITH, Charles Henry minister of the gospel formerly of Pt Adelaide but now of Kapunda and Sarah Ann Goldsmith his wife formerly SA MATTHEWS 1875 Memorial 84/286

GOLDSMITH, Charles Henry Wesleyan minister Auburn 1878[-1884] Memorial 250/311, Application 20283

GOLDSMITH, Charles Henry minister of the gospel North Adelaide President SA Wesleyan Methodist Conference 1879 Grant Book 19 Page 283 County Fergusson

GOLDSMITH, Charles Henry Wesleyan mininster Pt Pirie – included the Hundred of Wandearah in his Circuit 1882 Grant Book 60 Page 325 County Victoria

GOLDSMITH, Charles Henry Wesleyan mininster Pt Pirie – included the Hundred of Napperby in his Circuit 1882 Grant Book 60 Page 390 County Victoria

GOLDSMITH, Charles Henry Wesleyan Methodist Minister Willunga 1884 Application 20392

GOLDSMITH, Charles Henry Minister of the Gospel Kensington 1892 Application 22214

GOLDSMITH, Charles Henry Wesleyan Methodist Minister Kensington 1900 Application 24042

GOLDSMITH, Charles Henry minister of the gospel formerly of Kapunda but now of Adelaide and Sarah Anne Goldsmith his wife formerly Sarah Anne MATTHEWS linked with Charles Edward Matthews bank clerk Parkside and Robert Goldsmith bank clerk Semaphore 1903 Memorial 156/448

No 1

GOLDSMITH, Daniel pawnbroker Pt Adelaide 1876[-1877] Memorial 243/294

GOLDSMITH, Daniel pawnbroker Adelaide 1883 Memorial 12/351

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

GOLDSMITH, Daniel Robert the Elder tailor North Adelaide (Tynte St), died 24/11/1897. Husband of Eliza Goldsmith and father of Daniel Robert Goldsmith the Younger tailor Norwood Memorial 233/453

GOLDSMITH, Daniel Robert tailor formerly of 2 Shipster St, Kensington but now of 131 The Parade, Norwood 1942[-1944] Memorial 54/516

GOLDSMITH, Daniel Robert tailor Kensington, died 26/11/1945 Wellington 1949 Application 28629

GOLDSMITH, Daniel Robert tailor 131 The Parade, Norwood 1945, died 26/11/1945. Husband of Amy Matilda Goldsmith Application 28704

GOLDSMITH, Daniel Robert tailor Kensington, died 26/11/1945 Wellington on the Murray. Husband of Amy Matilda Goldsmith Memorial 59/520

No 1

GOLDSMITH, Daniel Shimmin tailor Kensington Park 1929 Application 27732

GOLDSMITH, Daniel Shimmin tailor Kensington Park. Kensington Methodist Church trustee 1929 Memorial 68/501

GOLDSMITH, Daniel Shimman tailor 5 Shipster Rd, Kensington, aged 50 in 1955, a son of the late Daniel Robert Goldsmith formerly tailor Norwood but then deceased. The Goldsmiths had lived for over 40 years at the above address Application 29123

GOLDSMITH, Eliza widow Noarlunga 1908, declared that she was 63 and had lived continuously in the area for that time Application 25560

No 1

GOLDSMITH, Francis Edward surgeon Robe 1866[-1869] Memorial 148/217, Application 27159

GOLDSMITH, FE surgeon Robe 1869 Memorial 110/256

GOLDSMITH, Francis Edward surgeon Norwood. He had a considerable sum of money invested in freehold and mortgaged property in SA, and being in ill health, power of attorney to Nathaniel OLDHAM agent Adelaide, and his wife Emma Goldsmith, to manage this business 8/1/1872 Deposit 6/1872.

GOLDSMITH, Emma Edmonds widow Kensington 1882[-1883] Memorial 227/345

GOLDSMITH, Emma Edmonds widow Upper Kensington, about to marry Alexander BRODIE gentleman Morphett Vale. Her money inherited from her father John HALLETT, to come to her after the death of her mother, Maria Hallett, to go into trust for her sole use for her lifetime. After Emma Goldsmith's death, the estate to descend to her son, Frederick Goldsmith (He was a doctor at Balaklava in 1891) absolutely in remainder expectant. Trustees John Ogle CARLILE stock agent Norwood and John Wycliffe Stow gentleman Adelaide 8/2/1883 Deposit 27/1891

GOLDSMITH, Frederick surgeon Balaklava linked with Alexander BRODIE gentleman Morphett Vale and his wife Emma Edmonds Brodie formerly Emma Edmonds Goldsmith 1891 Memorial 198/407

No 1 - perhaps the same person

GOLDSMITH, George farmer Hackham 1889. Son of the late William Goldsmith formerly farmer Noarlunga who died c1865 and Ally Goldsmith his wife who died 21/4/1883 at Hackham Memorial 47/400

GOLDSMITH, George farmer Pt Noarlunga 1906, declared he had lived there for 52 years Application 25206

No 1

GOLDSMITH, George Godden gentleman Walkerville 1854 Memorial 251/76

GOLDSMITH, George Godden [formerly gentleman Walkerville but now] farmer Balhannah 1855 Memorial 496/83

No 1

GOLDSMITH, Henry gentleman Pt Adelaide 1851 Pt Adelaide Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee Memorial 22/73

GOLDSMITH, Henry minister of the gospel The Grange (lots 71/72) Maesbury Place, Kensington 1892 Memorials 9 & 24/412

GOLDSMITH, Henry the Elder retired farmer near Strathalbyn 1905 Memorial 229/452

GOLDSMITH, Henry Ernest labourer Hackham and Harriet Goldsmith his wife 1915 Memorial 87/472

GOLDSMITH, Johann farmer Greenock Creek 1854 Memorial 207/84

No 1

GOLDSMITH, Obed farmer Noarlunga 1852 Memorial 368/41

GOLDSMITH, Obed died 17/10/1857. Husband of Martha Goldsmith who remarried no details, and then died 8/6/1906. Father of Richard Goldsmith, Charlotte Goldsmith spinster Noarlunga and Naomi Goldsmith (who married Frederick Pocock and survived him to die on 21/2/1921) 1928 Memorial 121/499

GOLDSMITH, Obed farmer formerly of Noarlunga but then of Morphett Vale, died 17/10/1857 intestate, of consumption, aged 27. His only son, Richard Goldsmith, inherited his estate as heir-at-law. Richard Goldsmith died 16/3/1927, a bachelor and without a parent. Obed Goldsmith also had two daughters - Charlotte Goldsmith and Naomi Goldsmith, full sisters to Richard Goldsmith. Naomi Goldsmith married Frederick POCOCK. She survived her husband, dying on 21/2/1921, leaving children - John Ernest POCOCK (carrier Pt Noarlunga), Minnie Florence ADAMSON, Gladys Naomi SKINNER married woman Pt Noarlunga, and Alberta Maude MORGAN married woman McLaren Vale. The family agreed that Charlotte Goldsmith would have a life interest in the Morphett Vale farm, which (must have been) a relative, Walter Howard Goldsmith farmer Noarlunga bought the farm (Section 12 Hundred of Noarlunga). Obed Goldsmith's widow, Martha Goldsmith, remarried and had another family - Alice Ada MUNN spinster Noarlunga, Elizabeth Ellen WARREN married woman Glen Osmond Rd, Fullarton Estate, and Mary Ann Warren married woman Lawalde [There appears to be confusion in the official records over whether the farm was at Noarlunga or Morphett Vale] 1957 Application 29278

GOLDSMITH, Richard of Hackham 1913 but then out of business Noarlunga, died 16/3/1927 a bachelor. Uncle of John Ernest POCOCK carrier Pt Noarlunga. Full brother of Alice Ada MUNN. Half brother of Charlotte Elizabeth Ellen WARREN and Mary Ann Warren. Estate worth £1,600. Walter Howard Goldsmith farmer Pt Noarlunga mentioned Memorial 38/499

No 1

GOLDSMITH, Robert bank officer Penola 1877[-1879] Memorial 27/297

GOLDSMITH, Robert Bank of SA agent Penola 1887 Memorial 25/388

GOLDSMITH, Robert bank clerk Adelaide 1894[-1897] Memorial 206/421, Application 28088

No 1 - likely to be the same person

GOLDSMITH, Thomas licensed victualler Adelaide (Stag Inn Rundle St) 1882 Memorial 40/342

GOLDSMITH, Thomas licensed victualler Riverton Hotel Riverton 1892 Memorial 73/415

GOLDSMITH, Thomas innkeeper Wellington on the Murray 1904[-1906] Memorial 233/451

No 1

GOLDSMITH, Walter Howard farmer Pt Noarlunga 1936 Application 28014

GOLDSMITH, Bessie Priscilla wife of Walter Howard Goldsmith farmer Pt Noarlunga 1938. She was likely to be a daughter-in-law to George Goldsmith farmer Pt Noarlunga (who died 30/7/1907) and a sister-in-law to Charles William HOLLY farmer Hackham. George Goldsmith's wife, Eliza Goldsmith, died 31/8/1937 Application 28175

No 1

GOLDSMITH, William labourer formerly of Adelaide but now of Goodwood near Adelaide and Ally Goldsmith his wife 1845[-1847] Memorial 181/5

GOLDSMITH, William labourer Morphett Vale 1850 Memorial 410/21

GOLDSMITH, William farmer Stoneham Farm near Noarlunga 1855 Memorial 367/91

GOLDSMITH, William farmer Noarlunga 1855, died c1865. He left his entire estate in trust to his wife, Ally Goldsmith, for life, then to his son, George Goldsmith, absolutely in remainder expectant Memorial 220/203

GOLDSMITH, Ally widow of the late William Goldsmith farmer near Noarlunga, died 21/4/1883, of general debility and bronchitis, aged 83. Mother of George Goldsmith farmer Hackham 1889 Application 23324

No 2 - perhaps the same person

GOLDSMITH, William farmer Willunga Hundred of Melville land grant 1877 Grant Book 19 Page 79 County Fergusson

GOLDSMITH, William farmer Edithburgh 1888[-1891] Memorial 232/394

GOLDSMITH, W of Corney Point 1888 Memorial 6/392

GOLDSTONE, Samuel Alfred surgeon and dentist Adelaide (Leigh St) 1853[-1858] Memorial 356/51

GOLDSUND, Johann of Rosenthal 1856 Memorial 143/105

No 1

GOLDSWORTHY, Azariah miner Adelaide 1853[-1857] Memorial 395/59

GOLDSWORTHY, Azariah farmer pt Section 418 Port Road 1860 Memorial 301/163

GOLDSWORTHY, Azariah miner Moonta 1874 Memorial 144/277

GOLDSWORTHY, Charles Nelson butcher Walkerville and Eliza Jane Goldsworthy his wife 1893 Memorial 37/418

No 1

GOLDSWORTHY, Henry farmer Curramulka 1889 Memorial 92/400

GOLDSWORTHY, Henry farmer Curramulka Hundred of Curramulka land grant 1897 Grant Book 19 Page 440 County Fergusson

GOLDSWORTHY, James the Younger of the Hundred of Wallaroo. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1881 Grant Book 14 Page 65 County Daly

No 1

GOLDSWORTHY, John miner Adelaide 1848 Memorial 59/12

GOLDSWORTHY, John miner [formerly of Adelaide but now of] Lyndoch Valley 1851 Memorial 347/29 Farmer Lyndoch Valley 1852[-1853] Memorial 432/45

GOLDSWORTHY, John miner Adelaide 1864 Memorial 126/195

GOLDSWORTHY, John storekeeper North Adelaide 1866 Application 7597

GOLDSWORTHY, John draper North Adelaide 1871 Application 11294

No 2

GOLDSWORTHY, John miller Hindmarsh 1856 Memorial 208/103

GOLDSWORTHY, John farmer Point Sturt 1857 The Church of Christian Disciples member Memorial 225/125

GOLDSWORTHY, John farmer Lake Alexandrina 1860 Application 1165

GOLDSWORTHY, John farmer Milang 1862 Application 3726

GOLDSWORTHY, John farmer Milang Hundred of Alexandrina land grant 1863 Grant Book 36 Page 5 County Hindmarsh

GOLDSWORTHY, John farmer Milang 1872 Application 11921

GOLDSWORTHY, John farmer Milang 1876[-1885] Memorial 114/288

GOLDSWORTHY, John farmer Milang, died 1/2/1892 Wakefield St Private Hospital, Adelaide, of vesical calculus operation and sudden cardiac syncope (10 days), aged 63 Application 23317

No 3

GOLDSWORTHY, John miner Lostwithiel 1861 Memorial 91/177

GOLDSWORTHY, John miner Kooringa 1896[-1899] Memorial 154/428

GOLDSWORTHY, John miner Kooringa 1909 Linked with William Henry Goldsworthy bootmaker Wayville Application 25696

No 4

GOLDSWORTHY, John gentleman North Road 1874 Memorial 20/333

GOLDSWORTHY, John gentleman Enfield 1877 Memorial 201/299

GOLDSWORTHY, John retired gentleman Sunnyside near Clare, died 16/12/1884, of asthma, aged 58 Application 24041

GOLDSWORTHY, Joseph mailman Truro 1856 Memorial 5/105

GOLDSWORTHY, Percy Tobias licensed victualler General Bolivar Hotel Burton 1910 Memorial 93/463

No 1 - likely to be the same person

GOLDSWORTHY, Richard mine agent Burra Mine 1859[-1863] Memorial 171/148

GOLDSWORTHY, Richard mining agent Kooringa 1865 Application 6486

GOLDSWORTHY, Richard storekeeper Riverton 1875[-1878] Memorial 130/282 Draper Riverton 1877 Memorial 163/308

GOLDSWORTHY, Samuel Herbert farmer Milang 1906[-1945] Memorial 228/454

No 1

GOLDSWORTHY, Stephen mariner Pt Adelaide [1849-]1852 Memorial 405/43 Labourer Pt Adelaide 1849[-1855] Memorial 408/17 Yorke Peninsula land grant 1855 Memorial 469/88

GOLDSWORTHY, Stephen farmer Yorke Peninsula 1856 Memorial 108/103

GOLDSWORTHY, Stephen farmer Curramulka Yorke Peninsula 1880 Memorial 157/322

GOLDSWORTHY, Stephen farmer Curramulka Hundred of Curramulka land grant 1880[-1881] Grant Book 19 Page 434 County Fergusson

GOLDSWORTHY, Stephen of Curramulka trustee cemetery Curramulka Hundred of Curramulka land grant 1886 Grant Book 19 Page 439 County Fergusson

No 1

GOLDSWORTHY, Stephen the Younger farmer Curramulka Hundred of Muloowurtie land grant 1894 Grant Book 19 Page 410 County Fergusson

No 1

GOLDSWORTHY, Thomas sheepfarmer Black Point Hundred of Curramulka land grant 1881 Grant Book 19 Page 434 County Fergusson

GOLDSWORTHY, Thomas of Pt Wakefield and Elizabeth Jane Goldsworthy his wife Co Gawler. Hundred of Barunga land grant 1884 Grant Book 14 Page 475 County Daly

No 2

GOLDSWORTHY, Thomas farmer near Clare 1930 Application 27810

GOLDSWORTHY, Thomas Magor draper Burra linked with Richard Goldsworthy draper Riverton 1877 Memorial 163/308

GOLDSWORTHY, Tobias farmer Sherlock. Hundred of Sherlock land grant 1910 Grant Book 6 Page 21 County Buccleuch

GOLDSWORTHY, Tobias Grey licensed victualler Woolshed Inn Bordertown 1890 Memorial 161/405

GOLDSWORTHY, Tobias Percival hotelkeeper Governor Hindmarsh Hotel, Port Road, Bowden 1925 Memorial 186/493

GOLDSWORTHY, Wesley licensed victualler Adelaide (Buck's Head North Tce) 1909 Memorial 239/460

No 1 – the Elder

GOLDSWORTHY, William carpenter Pt Adelaide 1849[-1857] Linked with Stephen Goldsworthy 1849 Memorial 408/17

GOLDSWORTHY, William carpenter Pt Adelaide 1856 Linked with Stephen Goldsworthy farmer Yorke Peninsula Memorial 454/96

GOLDSWORTHY, William carpenter Pt Adelaide 1858 Application 15

GOLDSWORTHY, William carpenter Pt Adelaide 1861[-1862] Memorial 220/177

GOLDSWORTHY, William builder Pt Adelaide 1861 Memorial 169/179

GOLDSWORTHY, William of Pt Adelaide and Glanville 1870 Memorial 216/249

GOLDSWORTHY, William storekeeper Glanville 1876 Application 15465

No 2 – the Younger

GOLDSWORTHY, William hotelkeeper Glanville 1905 Application 24998

No 3 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

GOLDSWORTHY, William labourer Clare 1851 Memorial 452/35

GOLDSWORTHY, William the Younger farmer Hundred of Clare 1860 Memorial 208/170

GOLDSWORTHY, William the Elder and the Younger both farmers White Hut Creek Co Stanley 1866 Memorial 10/213

GOLDSWORTHY, William farmer Clare 1866 Memorial 162/211

GOLLAN, Alexander of Adelaide 1855[-1858] Memorial 40/146

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

GOLLAN, Donald farmer Strathalbyn 1843[-1856] Memorial 244/3

GOLLAN, Donald stockholder Lake Albert 1859 Memorial 174/153

GOLLAN, Donald gentleman Burnside near Strathalbyn 1862 Memorial 254/185

GOLLAN, Donald the Younger farmer Strathalbyn 1866 Memorial 210/211

GOLLAN, Donald stockholder Burnside near Strathalbyn 1859 Application 671

GOLLAN, Donald farmer formerly of Strathalbyn but now of Wellington on the Murray 1875 Application 14686

GOLLAN, Donald stockholder Pine Camp near Wellington on the Murray 1879 Memorial 14/318

GOLLAN, Donald farmer near Belvidere [near Strathalbyn] 1883 Memorial 77/348

GOLLAN, Donald Esquire Point Sturt near Milang 1885 Memorial 112/364

GOLLAN, Donald Esquire formerly of Burnside near Strathalbyn but late of Point Sturt near Milang, died 25/2/1888 Application 21397

GOLLAN, Donald stockholder Point Sturt, died 25/2/1888, of heart disease, aged 73 Application 24403

GOLLAN, Donald farmer Point Sturt, made his will in 1872. He left certain real estate in Strathalbyn in trust to Catherine Gollan GORDON spinster Point Sturt for her lifetime, then to her descendants in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant. Failing descendants, the estate to go to Jessie ADDISON spinster Point Sturt and her descendants. Executors: Donald Frazer Gollan and Hugh MATHESON farmers Strathalbyn Memorial 225/261

No 1

GOLLAN, Donald Fraser stockholder Bin Bin 1879 Memorial 23/314

GOLLAN, Donald Fraser sheep farmer Tatiara 1881[-1887] Memorial 130/331

GOLLAN, Donald Fraser farmer Bordertown. Hundred of Tatiara land grant 1884 Grant Book 7 Page 13 County Buckingham

GOLLAN, Donald Fraser overseer Cannawigara Station near Bordertown 1888 Memorial 31/395

GOLLAN, Donald Frazer farmer formerly of Strathalbyn but now of Beverley WA 1906[-1915] Memorial 83/456
No 1

GOLLIN, Bezalile draper Kooringa 1850 Memorial 431/23

GOLLEN, Bazaleel and Morris MARKS storekeepers Kooringa 1859 Memorial 201/157

GOLLIN, Bezaleel storekeeper formerly of Ward St, North Adelaide but now of Queenstown and Eliza Gollin his wife 1861 Memorial 248/176

GOLLIN, Walter Josephson broker Adelaide 1887 Application 21288

GOLLIN, George and Walter Josephson Gollin importers Adelaide (Australian Widows Fund Buildings Grenfell St) 1887 Memorial 106/388

GOLLIN, Walter Josephson merchantile broker Adelaide 1877 Memorial 242/303

No 1

GOLLNISCH, Ferdinand farmer Nuriootpa purchased part Section 282 Hundred of Nuriootpa from Ernst MÜLLER farmer Gnadenfrei, executor under the will of the late Carl Gottlieb Müller. Mr Gollnisch had to make an annual payment of £10 cash annually to Johanne Elisabeth Müller during her life and to give her two bags of fine flour of 200 lbs each in every year, to allow her to reside in and use and occupy one healthy room in the dwelling house upon the said piece of land and to give and deliver at her said residence so much firewood and water as she may require or her domestic purposes, as recited in the will of CG Müller 1867 Application 8267

GOLLNISCH, Ferdinand gentleman Greenock 1888 Memorial 68/390 Christiana Gollnisch an executrix of his estate 1898 Memorial 34/434

GOLLNISCH, Wilhelm farmer Greenock1886 Application 21037

GOLLOP, James storekeeper Uno Run, Gawler Ranges 1883 Memorial 82/350

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

GOLLOP, John farmer Poundsford near Houghton 1847[-1866] Memorial 263/24

GOLLOP, John farmer near Houghton. Hundred of Yatala land grant 1855 Grant Book 1 Page 73 County Adelaide

GOLLOP, John farmer near Houghton 1855[-1861] Memorial 191/85

GOLLOP, John farmer Little Para 1854 Memorial 340/71

GOLLOP, John farmer Highercombe 1855 Memorial 337/92

GOLLOP, John and William farmers Poundsford Farm [Sources of the Little Para?] 1867 Memorial 80/222

GOLLOP, John contractor Poundsford Farm, near Houghton, declared insolvent on 10/6/1867 Application 24284

GOLLOP, John farmer Poundsford near Houghton, became a bankrupt in 1868. Linked with William Gallop labourer Houghton Memorial 56/233

GOLLOP, John and William farmers Houghton 1873 Memorial 53/265

GOLLOP, John contractor Poundsford Farm near Houghton, became a bankrupt in 1876 Memorial 11/296

GOLLOP, John the Younger District Council clerk Houghton linked with William Gollop farmer formerly of Houghton but now of Franklin Harbour 1880 Memorial 250/321

GOLLOP, John district council clerk Houghton 1898 Memorial 102/435

GOLLOP, J of Houghton 1894 Memorial 167/421

GOLLOP, John the Younger clerk Houghton 1883 Application 19844

GOLLOP, John district council clerk Houghton 1923, declared that he had held the post for 49 years Application 27045

No 1

GOLLOP, William contractor Poundsford near Houghton 1875[-1891] Memorial 77/288

GOLLOP, William and GOLLOP, John the Younger 1876 Application 15125

No 1

GOLOVSKY, Israel public accountant Adelaide (14 Grenfell St) 1938 Memorial 157/512

GOLOVSKY, Israel company director Adelaide (Grenfell St) linked with Phillis Rose Golovsky married woman Goodwood Park 1941 Memorial 88/515

GOLOVSKY, Israel public accountant formerly of 14 Grenfell St, Adelaide but now of 71 New South Head Road, Vaucluse NSW 1949 Memorial 191/523