Extracts from SA General Registry Office (GRO) Information

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

 

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

 

The following information was extracted basically 'as is' from Reg's unpublished computer working files as at c2014.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

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

Names Beginning  'Gom*' - 'Gy*'

No 1

GOME, Henry Bryan farmer Section 296 Survey B 1853[-1856] Memorial 421/59

GOME, Henry Bryan gentleman Paradise. He leased Paradise Gardens 4.5 acres pt Section 334 Hundred of Adelaide for 5 years at £60 a year from the trustees of the late Joseph IND 1865 Memorial 298/208

No 1

GOME, James gentleman North Adelaide 1849 Memorial 417/16

GOME, James gentleman Adelaide 1857 Memorial 201/130

GOME, James formerly of Renark Vale [perhaps Section 295 and 296 Survey B] near Adelaide but now photographer Adelaide 1861 Memorial 116/179

GOME, William Crammond ironfounder Gawler Pt Moorowie township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 19 Page 364 County Fergusson

No 1

GOME, William Henry storekeeper Adelaide 1855 Memorial 89/93

GOME, WH draper Gawler 1866 Memorial 104/214

GOME, William Henry accountant Gawler Co Gawler. Lochiel (Hundred of Cameron) township allotment land grant 1874 Grant Book 14 Page 447 County Daly

GOME, William Henry accountant Gawler Co Gawler. Crystal Brook (Hundred of Crystal Brook) township allotment land grant 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 433 County Victoria

GOMMERS, John plasterer Norwood 1883 Application 19854

No 1

GOOCH, Alfred Woollard licensed victualler Adelaide (Stag Inn Rundle St 1892-1893; Family Currie St 1893-1896) Memorials 71/415, 237/418, 131/421

GOOCH, Alfred Woollard blacksmith Macclesfield 1910 Application 25814

No 1

GOOCH, Charles Esquire Adelaide 1839 Memorial 77/67

GOOCH, Charles Esquire Richmond and Georgiana Gooch, his wife 1839 Memorial 52/9

GOOCH, Charles manchester warehouseman Adelaide 1857 Memorial 84/117

GOOCH, Charles merchant Adelaide and Georgiana Gooch, his wife 1857 Memorial 23/125

GOOCH, Charles merchant Adelaide at present on a voyage to England 1864 Memorial 222/194

GOOCH, Charles wholesale draper Adelaide 1865 Memorial 29/202

GOOCH, Charles merchant Adelaide, about to leave the province for a time, power of attorney to his son, Charles Henry GOOCH merchant Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 27/1/1866 Deposit 143/1868

No 1

GOOCH, Charles Henry manchester warehouseman Adelaide 1861 Memorial 332/177

GOOCH, Charles Henry storekeeper and shipping and customs house agent Pt Adelaide 1871 Memorial 169/251

GOOCH, Charles Henry commission merchant Pt Augusta Co Frome. Pt Augusta West (Hundred of Copley) township allotment land grant 1871 Grant Book 66 Page 150 County Manchester

GOOCH, Charles Henry merchant Pt Augusta trustee Institute Pt Augusta Hundred of Davenport land grant 1873[-1879] Grant Book 23 Page 43 County Frome

GOOCH, Charles Henry storekeeper Pt Augusta 1878[-1881] Memorial 153/311

GOOCH, Charles Henry formerly merchant Pt Augusta but now of Farleigh Bankstown NSW 1904 Memorial 127/451

GOOCH, Charles Henry formerly merchant Pt Augusta but now out of business Belair 1914 Memorial 69/471

GOOCH, Cornelius sheep farmer Mornowie near Marrabel on the Dirty Light 1869 Memorial 210/236

No 1

GOOCH, Douglas sheep farmer Molpena Station Western Plains 1874[-1876] Memorial 32/279

GOOCH, Douglas sheep farmer Molpena Station on the Western Plains probably linked with W Gooch clerk Adelaide 1876 Memorial 183/287

GOOCH, Douglas sheep farmer Point Lowly Station 1881 Memorial 163/335

GOOCH, Douglas Sherlock farmer Braeside Cookes Plains 1900 Memorial 158/440

No 1

GOOCH, George Cornelius sheep farmer Mernowie near Marrabel on the Dirty Light 1869 Memorial 151/238

GOOCH, George Cornelius farmer The Bluff near Millicent 1881[-1882] Memorial 226/331

No 1

GOOCH, Walter gentleman Adelaide 1871 Memorial 64/253

GOOCH, Walter merchant Adelaide 1876 Memorial 60/298

GOOCH, Walter gentleman Belair 1879 Memorial 208/315

GOOCH, Walter gentleman Belair 1880 Application 18270

GOOCH, W of Eagle Chambers, Adelaide 1888 Memorial 224/389

GOOCH, Walter merchant Adelaide 1888 Application 21369

GOOCH, Walter accountant Adelaide 1889[-1892] Memorial 170/399

GOOCH, W JP accountant Belair 1893 Application 22455

GOOCH, Walter accountant Belair 1896 Memorial 121/429

GOOCH, Walter accountant Belair 1897, declared that he had lived in the district for 19 years Application 27245

GOOCH, Walter gentleman Belair 1927 Application 27563

GOOD, Arthur Charles gardener Mt Compass Hundred of Nangkita land grant 1901 Grant Book 37 Page 16 County Hindmarsh

GOOD, Charles WS(?) architect Adelaide (94 King William St) 1889 Memorial 170/399

GOOD, Edward Mark farmer Kirkaratoo Upper Wakefield Special Survey 1858 Memorial 245/137

No 1

GOOD, Evan Christian contractor Edwardstown East 1928 Memorial 25/499

GOOD, Evan Christian contractor 51 Edward St, Edwardstown East. Edwardstown East Workmen's Hall Inc trustee 1929 Memorial 33/502

GOOD, Ezekial farmer Long Plains 1890 Memorial 119/405

GOOD, Hezekiah farmer Strathalbyn Hundred of Alma land grant 1877 Grant Book 26 Page 101 County Gawler

No 1

GOOD, Jephthah farmer Hugh Flat 1868 Memorial 214/230

GOOD, Jephthah farmer Strathalbyn 1861 Application 2300

GOOD, Jephthah farmer formerly of Hugh Flat 1868 but now of Woodchester 1872 Application 11966

GOOD, Jephthah farmer Alma Plains near Alma 1877 Application 15700

No 1

GOOD, John storekeeper Adelaide (Hindley St) 1840 Memorial 425/76

GOOD, John gentleman District of Adelaide 1842 Memorial 169/1

GOOD, John yeoman Adelaide 1847 Memorial 303/8

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

GOOD, John painter and glazier Hampstead near Adelaide 1846[-1854] Memorial 497/14

GOOD, John yeoman Hampstead Great North Road 1855 Linked with John Thomas Good licensed victualler Hampstead Great North Road, who took out a 5 year lease of the Northern Hotel at £2 a week Memorial 493/93

GOOD, John yeoman Great North Road, died c1853. His wife, Ann Corne Good, to get the income from the Northern Hotel and adjoining 4 acres in trust for life and the right to live in a cottage on the property. Complicated arrangement to give his 4 sons - John Thomas Good, James Barnes Good, Henry Stephen Good and Edward Good - their individual share of the estate absolutely. JT Good to get the hotel Memorial 151/97

No 3

GOOD, John farmer Gumeracha 1858 Memorial 32/144

No 4

GOOD, John sheep farmer Kapawanta near Pt Lincoln 1866 Memorial 21/213

No 15

GOOD, John merchant formerly of Robe 1884 Memorial 130/356

No 1

GOOD, Joseph Ernest student Adelaide 1889 Memorial 87/397

GOOD, Joseph Ernest student Adelaide 1890 Application 21925

GOOD, Joseph Ernest medical student Brougham Place, North Adelaide, about to leave the province for some time, power of attorney to David WILLIAMS The Younger and Charles Thomas GOOD architechts Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 11/4/1890 Deposit 106/1890

GOOD, Matthew storekeeper Willunga 1894 Application 22763

No 1

GOOD, Thomas storekeeper Mt Barker. Trustee Congregational Chapel Mt Barker 1857 Memorial 128/120

GOOD, Thomas draper Mt Barker 1858 Memorial 59/147

GOOD, Thomas formerly draper Mt Barker but then merchant Adelaide 1867 Application 8793

GOOD, Thomas gentleman Adelaide, about to leave the province for a time, power of attorney to Samuel GOOD merchant Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 21/2/1883 Deposit 119/1883

GOOD, Thomas gentleman Gresham Chambers Adelaide Hundred of Robertson land grant 1884 Grant Book 50 Page 172 County Robe

GOOD, Thomas gentleman North Adelaide 1884 Application 20190

GOOD, William Duncan formerly vigneron but now out of business Brighton 1953 Memorial 60/528

No 1

GOODACRE, Robert Joseph labourer Broughton Appila township allotment land grant 1877 Grant Book 24 Page 482 County Frome

GOODACRE, Robert Joseph farmer Broughton Co Daly. Orroroo (Hundred of Walllway) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 13 Page 137 County Dalhousie

GOODALL, Andrew farmer Paskeville. Paskeville (Hundred of Kulpara) township allotment land grant 1908[-1909] Grant Book 14 Page 200 County Daly

No 1

GOODALL, Andrew Melville farmer Dry Creek 1853 Memorial 14/59

GOODALL, Andrew Melville farmer Salisbury 1858[-1882] Memorial 255/133

GOODALL, Andrew Melville farmer Para Plains 1864[-1873] Memorial 7/199

GOODALL, Andrew Melville farmer formerly of Salisbury 1866 but now of Para Hills 1874 Application 13719

GOODALL, Andrew Melville farmer Para Hills 1878 Memorial 69/306

GOODALL, Andrew Thomas farmer Salisbury 1943 Application 28364

GOODALL, Caroline widow 33 Bacon St, Hindmarsh 1939 Application 28226

GOODALL, Clarice Emily Maud and Pearl Euphemia Goodall spinsters Upper Sturt 1914 Memorial 53/471

GOODALL, George meter reader Croydon North 1914 Application 26255

No 1 - mixture of generations

GOODALL, John storekeeper Hindmarsh 1848[-1855] Memorial 4/11

GOODALL, John grocer Hindmarsh 1853 Memorial 191/46

GOODALL, John storekeeper Hindmarsh 1854 Memorial 150/67

GOODALL, John gentleman Hindmarsh linked with Walter Goodall storekeeper Hindmarsh 1868 Memorial 119/230

GOODALL, John gentleman Hindmarsh 1873 Memorial 108/266

GOODALL, John gentleman Hindmarsh, died 1888. Father of Annabella, Caroline, Emma, Thomas and Edwin Goodall. Executor: Walter Goodall storeman Hindmarsh Memorial 79/393

GOODALL, John newsagent Richard St, Hindmarsh 1930 Memorial 131/503

No 2

GOODALL, John farmer Glen Osmond. Hundred of Yatala land grant 1850 Grant Book 1 Page 62 County Adelaide

GOODALL, John farmer Glen Osmond. Hundred of Yatala land grant 1850 Memorial 97/28

GOODALL, John of Abelie married Agnes MELVILLE of Cupar, Co Fife, Scotland on 4/10/1831 Cupar parish church. Only child of the marriage, Andrew Melville Goodall born 10/9/1833. The family emigrated to SA. John GOODALL labourer Glen Osmond, died 19/5/1852 intestate, of exposure while labouring under the effects of drink, aged 45. Autopsy/inquest - CW STUART JP coroner. His son, Andrew Melville Goodall farmer Para Hills inherited the estate as heir at law. His mother lived with him Application 13718.

No 3

GOODALL, John gentleman Upper Dry Creek 1861 Memorial 124/171

No 4

GOODALL, John yeoman Hindmarsh 1862 Application 2994

GOODALL, John gentleman Hindmarsh 1885 Application 20512

No 5

GOODALL, John gardener Upper Sturt and Mary Ann Goodall his wife 1890 Memorial 1/403

No 6

GOODALL, John newsagent Richard St, Hindmarsh 1930 Application 27808

GOODALL, Ray blacksmith Croydon North 1914 Application 26255

No 1

GOODALL, Walter storekeeper Hindmarsh 1868[-1874] Memorial 8/232

GOODALL, Walter storeman Hindmarsh 1888 Application 21372

GOODCHILD, Albert Ewan tailor Narracoorte 1924[-1925] Memorial 137/490, Application 27334

GOODCHILD, Bessie widow Glenelg 1897 Application 23425

No 1

GOODCHILD, Elizabeth Isabel spinster Gravesend, Kent, England. She owned land near Kapunda 1867 Memorial 204/222

GOODCHILD, Elizabeth Isabel spinster 12 The Grove, Milton near Gravesend, Kent, England, power of attorney to James WHITE Esquire Allen Creek, near Kapunda, to manage her SA business affairs 19/9/1862 Deposit 34/1863

No 1

GOODCHILD, Rebecca Bridget spinster Adelaide 1850 Memorial 277/21

GOODCHILD, Rebecca Bridget spinster Adelaide, about to marry James WHITE gentleman Kapunda. Trustees Peter Dowding PRANKERD land agent Adelaide and Matthew Henry Smyth BLOOD surgeon Kapunda to manage her land and his life assurance, for their separate benefits 26/8/1851 Deposit 389/1855

No 1

GOODCHILD, William George auctioneer Kapunda 1863[-1864] Memorial 92/189

GOODCHILD, William George bank manager Clare 1866 Memorial 176/215

GOODCHILD, William George land agent Kapunda 1870 Memorial 75/249

GOODCHILD, William George agent Kapunda 1870 Application 10770

GOODCHILD, William auctioneer Kapunda Co Light Hanson (later Farrell Flat Hundred of Hanson) township allotment land grant 1870 Grant Book 56 Page 298 County Stanley

GOODCHILD, William George land agent Kapunda. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1871 Grant Book 14 Page 72 County Daly

GOODCHILD, William George auctioneer Kapunda 1877[-1880] Memorial 119/298, Application 18021

GOODCHILD, William George land agent Kapunda 1878 Grant Book 18 Page 4 County Eyre

GOODE family 1913- Albert Powell Goode farmer Malvern, Clarence Goode MP Westbourne Park, Thomas Milton Goode farmer Adelaide and Thomas Goode grazier Truro, Memorial 188/468

No 1

GOODE, Benjamin P assistant to Thomas Goode storekeeper Goolwa 1863 Memorial 67/190

GOODE, Benjamin Powell and William storekeepers Pt Pirie 1886 Memorial 95/377

No 1

GOODE, Bernard carpenter Parkside 1859 Application 422

GOODE, Bernard photographer Adelaide 1872 Memorial 20/262

GOODE, Bernard photographer Adelaide (Rundle St) 1874 Memorial 43/275

GOODE, Charles overseer Pt Lincoln 1876 Memorial 148/289

No 1

GOODE, Charles Henry merchant 22 Basinghall St, London, England lately come from Adelaide SA where he operates with his brothers as Goode Brothers, power of attorney to his two brothers, Samuel Goode and Matthew Goode, to manage his affairs in the said company until his return to SA 9/12/1859 Deposit 73/1860

GOODE, Charles Henry merchant Adelaide linked with Samuel Goode Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now absent therefrom 1866 Memorial 21/213

GOODE, Charles Henry merchant formerly of Adelaide but now of 24 Coleman St, London, Middlesex, England 1874 Memorial 152/278

GOODE, Charles Henry warehouseman Adelaide (Grenfell St) 1893 Memorial 156/416

GOODE, Charles Henry warehouseman and merchant Adelaide (Grenfell St) 1898[-1912] Memorial 231/436

GOODE, Charles Henry (Sir) warehouseman Adelaide 1912 Memorial 207/466

GOODE, Ch R stockholder Saddleworth 1887 Memorial 116/383

No 1

GOODE, Edward and Thomas Goode the Younger storekeepers Goolwa 1879 Memorial 30/314

GOODE, Edward storekeeper Kingston S-E 1885 Memorial 124/371

GOODE, Edward grazier Barooka Mt Benson 1892 Memorial 190/414

GOODE, Edward grazier Kingston S-E Co MacDonnell. Tintinara (Hundred of Coombe) township allotment land grant 1908 Grant Book 10 Page 101 County Cardwell

GOODE, Edward grazier Barooka near Kingston S-E 1909[-1934] Memorial 186/460

GOODE, Edward grazier Barooka near Kingston S-E and Alison Ross Goode his wife 1912 Application 26124

GOODE, Edward grazier Kingston S-E linked with Thomas Johnston Goode grazier Wangolina near Kingston S-E 1933 Memorial 113/506

GOODE, Edward grazier Barooka near Kingston S-E, died c1943. Father of Thomas Johnstone Goode, Elsie Powell SHEPHERD, Georgina May Goode, Alison Gladys Goode and Kathleen Lilian Harkes CRIDDLE Memorial 131/517

GOODE, George farmer Black Gully 1859 Memorial 324/153

GOODE, George William labourer Gawler 1858 Memorial 95/144

No 1

GOODE, Harold Deykin merchant Goolwa 1930 Application 27814

GOODE, Harold Deykin storekeeper Goolwa 1941, declared that he had lived in Goolwa for 60 years Application 27860

GOODE, Harold Deykin storekeeper Goolwa, aged 63 in 1944, declared that he had lived in the Goolwa district since 1881 Application 28430

GOODE, Harold Deykan retired Goolwa, aged 73 years in 1955, declared that he had lived in Goolwa all his life Application 29117

No 1

GOODE, Henry Abel and William storekeepers Willunga 1867 Application 8781

GOODE, Henry A storekeeper Aldinga 1875 Memorial 17/287

GOODE, Henry Abel farmer Aldinga 1877 Memorial 200/301

GOODE, HE bank clerk Pt Pirie 1895 Memorial 147/425

No 1 FIND CHECK RUN

GOODE, James gentleman Adelaide took up a four-year lease of the Butcher's Arms, Thebarton in 1850 Memorial 409/42

GOODE, James farmer North Rhine 1869 Grant Book 17 Page 52 County Eyre

No 1

GOODE, Matthew draper Adelaide (Rundle St) 1854[-1857] Memorial 164/168

GOODE, Mathew draper Adelaide (Rundle St) 1860 Application 19421

GOODE, Matthew and Samuel of Adelaide linked with Charles Henry Goode merchant 22 Basinghall St, London, Middlesex, England 1860 Memorial 305/163

GOODE, Matthew warehouseman Adelaide, trading with Charles Henry GOODE of 24 Coleman St, London and William Henry TITE of Adelaide, as Goode Brothers, about to leave the province for a time, power of attorney to Samuel Henry GOODE agent Adelaide, to manage his affairs to do with the company in his absence 24/12/1878 Deposit 200/1879

No 2

GOODE, Matthew draper and storkeeper Willunga 1891[-1912] Memorial 135/407

No 1

GOODE, Reginald Alfred medical practitioner Pt Lincoln 1913 Application 26241

GOODE, Reginald Alfred medical practitioner Pt Lincoln and Isabel Brakenridge Goode his wife 1919 Memorial 198/478

GOODE, Reginald Alfred medical practitioner formerly of Pt Lincoln but now of Mitcham, and Isabel Brakenridge Goode his wife 1928 Memorial 132/499

No 1

GOODE, Samuel the Younger draper Adelaide 1854 Memorial 326/62

GOODE, Samuel Esquire Adelaide, power of attorney to Charles Henry GOODE Esquire Adelaide, to manage my SA business affairs 17/1/1865 Deposit 271/1866 

GOODE, Samuel formerly of Adelaide but now farmer Ivington, Leominster, Co Hereford, England linked with Charles Henry Goode importer Adelaide and John GOOD sheep farmer Kappawanta, Pt Lincoln carrying on the business of sheep farmers near Pt Lincoln under the style or firm of Goode & Co1866 Memorial 236/217

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

GOODE, Thomas storekeeper Goolwa 1853 Memorial 251/60

GOODE, Thomas storekeeper Goolwa 1856. Trustee of the Public School Government Reserve pt Section 2402 'by a public road leading from Goolwa to Currency Creek' Memorial 288/102

GOODE, Thomas the Younger storekeeper Goolwa 1867[-1868] Memorial 1/227 Goolwa Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee 1868 Memorial 195/234

GOODE, Thomas [formerly the Younger] storekeeper Goolwa linked with Edward Goode storekeeper formerly of Goolwa but now of Mt Benson 1910 Memorial 186/462

GOODE, Thomas storekeeper Goolwa, died 14/7/1921. Executors; Edward Goode storekeeper Kingston S-E; Thomas Charles Goode of Murray Bridge and Francis Goode of Meningie Memorial 2/501

GOODE, Thomas the Elder storekeeper Goolwa 1866 Application 10998

GOODE, Thomas the Elder JP of Goolwa 1867 Application 8803

GOODE, Thomas the Younger storekeeper Goolwa 1873 Application 12519

GOODE, Thomas Junr and Edward Goode storekeepers Goolwa 1875 Application 14209.

No 2

GOODE, Thomas farmer Chain of Ponds 1862 Memorial 347/186

GOODE, Thomas sheep farmer Canowie 1866 Memorial 47/209

GOODE, Thomas station manager Clare 1902 Memorial 224/446

GOODE, Thomas station manager formerly of Clare but now of Petherton Station near Hallett 1905 Memorial 147/464

GOODE, Thomas station manager Petherton House near Hallett 1905 Memorial 20/453

No 1

GOODE, Thomas Charles engineer Goolwa linked with Harold Deykin Goode storekeeper Goolwa 1939 Memorial 80/514

GOODE, Thomas Charles master mariner Goolwa 1943, declared that he had lived in Goolwa for 60 years Application 28355

No 1

GOODE, Thomas Johnston grazier Wangolina near Kingston S-E 1937[-1939] Memorial 109/512, Application 28151

GOODE, Thomas Johnston grazier Wangolina near Kingston S-E a cousin of Isabel Jean HILL married woman Mypolonga and Etty Bettina GROTH married woman Torrens Vale 1947 Memorial 54/522

GOODE, Thomas Johnston grazier Kingston S-E. Kingston Methodist Church trustee 1948 Memorial 41/523

GOODE, Thomas Johnston grazier Kingston South-East, aged 68 in 1956, declared he had lived in the district all his life Application 29203

No 1

GOODE, William the Younger labourer Maidstone 1863 Application 4384

No 2

GOODE, William storekeeper Aldinga 1865 Memorial 335/205

GOODE, William storekeeper Willunga and Matthew Goode assistant storekeeper Willunga 1872 Memorial 32/258

GOODE, William JP of Aldinga 1877 Memorial 97/302

GOODE, William storekeeper Pt Pirie 1890 Memorial 129/402

GOODE, William storekeeper formerly of Aldinga but now of Pt Pirie 1891[-1898] Memorial 155/409

GOODE, William merchant Pt Pirie 1903 Memorial 237/447

No 2

GOODE, William of Whites River 1887 Memorial 181/385

No 1

GOODE, William Edward sheepfarmer Whites River and Agnes Goode his wife. WE Goode leased a travelling stock reserve in the Hundred of Kuitpo 1901 Memorial 51/444

GOODE, William Edward sheepfarmer Whites River near Pt Lincoln 1903 Memorial 197/447

GOODE, William Edward sheep farmer White's River 1911 Application 25908

GOODE, William Edward stockholder Whites River near Pt Lincoln 1911[-1922] Memorial 28/465

GOODEN, Charles Christopher accountant Norwood 1877 Memorial 217/304

GOODEN, Ernest Owald town clerk of Kensington and Norwood 21 Queen St, Norwood 1920, declared that he had worked for the Corporation for 16 years Application 26911

No 1

GOODEN, George basketmaker Adelaide 1851 Memorial 213/30

GOODEN, George basketmaker Adelaide (Flinders St) 1857 Memorial 265/126

GOODEN, George formerly basketmaker Adelaide (King William St) but now gentleman Norwood 1870 Memorial 35/251

GOODEN, George and George William gentlemen Norwood 1867 Memorial 211/218

GOODEN, George gentleman Norwood 1871[-1882] Memorial 149/255

GOODEN, Ellen wife of George Gooden gentleman Edward St, Norwood, died 8/8/1886, of carcinoma, aged 66 Application 24343

GOODEN, George of Edward St, Norwood, died 1887. His wife, Ellen Gooden, died 1886. Executors: Charles Christopher Gooden change clerk Norwood and George William Gooden Town Clerk of Kensington and Norwood. Also mentioned; Emma Harriet Gooden spinster Norwood, Henry Alfred Gooden of HM civil service Norwood and James E Gooden clerk Edward St, Norwood Memorials 13 & 32-33/388

No 1

GOODEN, George William of Norwood 1867 Memorial 211/218

GOODEN, George William sanitary inspector Norwood and Sarah Gooden his wife 1876 Memorial 114/288

GOODEN, George William Valuator and Collector Township of Kensington and Norwood 1880 Application 18146

GOODEN, George William Town Clerk Norwood 1888, declared that he had lived in Norwood for 30 years Application 21413.

GOODEN, George William Town Clerk Edward St, Norwood, died 11/1/1907. His widow, Sarah Gooden, to have a life interest in trust in the family home in Edward St, Norwood. The trustees to sell the rest of the real estate and set up a trust fund to pay the widow the interest during her lifetime, in order to support her youngest children, Stanley Roy Gooden and Gwendoline Grierson Gooden, during their minority. Sarah Gooden died 6/7/1907 Miss HILL's private hospital Wakefield St, Adelaide, of gall stones, and haemorrhage after an operation, aged 61. Gooden Estate trustees - sons Leonard George Gooden shopkeeper Norwood (born 4/9/1871 Edward St, Norwood, had always remained in Norwood, except for 18 months when he was absent from SA) and Ernest Oswald Gooden assistant town clerk Norwood 1921 Application 26973

No 1

GOODEN, Henry Alfred clerk Edward St, Norwood 1876 Memorial 81/287

GOODEN, Henry Alfred civil servant Norwood 1902 Application 24343

No 1

GOODEN, James Edward publican Adelaide 1882 Application 19402

GOODEN, James Edward agent Norwood and GOODEN, Henry Alfred accountant Norwood, administrators of the estate of Sparkhall Gooden deceased. George Gooden gentleman Norwood also a relative 1883 Application 19989

No 1

GOODEN, Sparkhall basketmaker linked with George Gooden gentleman both of Norwood 1876 Memorial 81/287

GOODEN, Sparkhall basketmaker Edward St, Norwood, died 1883. His wife called Emily Gooden. Children - Herbert Edgar Gooden and Ida Beatrice Gooden. Brothers - Henry Alfred Gooden and James Edward Gooden. Parents - George Gooden gentleman Norwood and Ellen Gooden his wife. Estate worth £430 Memorial 152/353

GOODENOUGH, Frank farmer near Hammond 1887 Memorial 21/384

No 1

GOODENOUGH, George labourer Gilberton 1855 Memorial 62/91

GOODENOUGH, George bricklayer Gilberton 1860 Application 1804

GOODENOUGH, George mason Gilberton, died 11/12/1890. He left his entire estate to his wife Melinda Maria Goodenough Memorial 2/401

No 2

GOODENOUGH, George farmer Jamestown Hundred of Pinda land grant 1882 Grant Book 24 Page 590 County Frome

GOODENOUGH, William farmer near Kingscote KI 1886 Memorial 123/380

GOODENOUGH, WH commission agent Thebarton 1909 Memorial 147/460

GOODES, Albert John investor Adelaide 1928 Memorial 62/500

No 1

GOODES, George farmer Chain of Ponds 1859 Memorial 240/156

No 2

GOODES, George farmer Monkswood near Keyneton 1915 Application 26471

No 1

GOODES, James farmer Para Wirra [links with William Goodes] 1862 Memorial 170/184

No 2

GOODES, James farmer North Rhine 1864[-1865] Memorial 154/197

GOODES, Dinah widow of James Goodes farmer North Rhine 1882 Application 19235

No 3

GOODES, James farmer near Saddleworth 1867 Memorial 239/224

GOODES, James farmer Belalie. Trustee Cemetery Hundred of Belalie Hundred of Belalie land grant 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 114 County Victoria

GOODES, James farmer Riverton Co Light. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 121 County Victoria

No 1

GOODES, Thomas farmer Chain of Ponds 1857 Memorial 233/115

GOODES, Thomas farmer Gumeracha. Hundred of Para Wirra land grant 1860 Grant Book 1 Page 188 County Adelaide

GOODES, Sarah widow of Thomas Goodes gentleman Maidstone, who died c1894. She had a life interest in some of his real estate Application 22852

No 2

GOODES, Thomas labourer Kersbrook Co Adelaide. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 122 County Victoria

GOODES, Thomas farmer Belalie Co Victoria. Hundred of Morgan land grant 1882 Grant Book 13 Page 417 County Dalhousie

GOODES, Thomas of Belalie near Jamestown 1897 Memorial 204/431

No 1 - likely to be the same family if not the same person

GOODES, William farmer Chain of Ponds 1860. He could not write Application 1431

GOODES, William the Younger farmer Para Wirra [links with James Goodes] 1862 Memorial 171/184

GOODES, William farmer near Riverton 1867 Memorial 203/221

GOODES, William farmer Saddleworth Co Light. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 122 County Victoria

No 1

GOODFELLOW, Charles carpenter Pt Wallaroo. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1873 Grant Book 14 Page 80 County Daly

GOODFELLOW, Charles farmer Wallaroo 1885[-1892] Memorial 228/371

GOODFELLOW, Edward and James farmers Marrabel on the Dirty Light 1890 Application 21904

No 1

GOODFELLOW, HF of Adelaide 1910 Memorial 105/463

GOODFELLOW, HF clerk Adelaide 1916 Memorial 115/474

GOODFELLOW, John mining surgeon Kooringa. Hundred of Kooringa land grant 1858 Grant Book 8 Page 12 County Burra

GOODFELLOW, John Andrew mining surveyor Kooringa 1858[-1876] Memorial 138/138, Application 9598

GOODFELLOW, Robert licensed victualler Adelaide (Duke of Edinburgh Hindley St) 1884-1885 Memorial 210/358

GOODFELLOW, Washington bookseller and publisher Adelaide (Hindley St) 1883 Memorial 91/355

GOODGAME, Josiah farmer near Eudunda 1882 Memorial 193/337

GOODGER, Amos farmer Gawler River 1853[-1857] Memorial 338/55

No 1 - appears to be one person

GOODYER, John labourer Norwood 1851[-1855] Memorial 397/37

GOODGER, John farmer Norwood 1852[-1855] Memorial 431/44

GOODGER, John labourer Norwood 1854 Memorial 187/78

GOODGER, John farmer formerly of Norwood 1853 but now of near Gawler 1866 Application 7634

GOODGER, Sarah widow Willaston 1900 Application 24048

GOODGER, Thomas farmer Hamilton on the Light 1861 Memorial 227/216

No 1

GOODGER, William farmer Gawler River 1857[-1860] Memorial 24/127

GOODGER, William labourer Bertha 1894 Application 22620

No 2

GOODGER, William farmer Gawler 1921 Memorial 58/483

GOODHALL, John storekeeper Hindmarsh 1910 Application 25828

No 1

GOODHART, George Frederick gentleman North Adelaide 1851 Memorial 313/31

GOODHART, George Frederick gentleman Gilberton 1852 Memorial 328/39 Gentleman Adelaide 1852 Memorial 25/46 Gentleman North Adelaide 1853 Memorial 437/54

GOODHART, George Frederick gentleman Gilberton 1861 Memorial 142/174

GOODHART George Frederick of Walkerville, died c1876. He left his estate to his widow, Sarah Louisa Goodhart. Joseph John Goodhart coachman Gilberton also mentioned Application 16554

GOODHART, Sarah Louisa widow Gilberton 1877 Application 15926

GOODHART, George Frederick Christian retired engineer 3 Clouston St, Largs 1946 Application 28447

No 1

GOODHART, George William bank manager Kooringa 1866[-1871] Memorial 16/209

GOODHART, George W bank manager Pt Lincoln 1877[-1880] Memorial 184/299, Application 16264

GOODHART, George William bank manager formerly of Kooringa but now of Pt Lincoln 1886 Memorial 133/376

GOODHART, George William bank manager Pt Lincoln, died 12/2/1887. His estate worth £6,600. All his household personal estate, except his diamond ring which the eldest living son was to have, to his wife, Mary Goodhart absolutely. All his real estate and his invested personal estate to go into trust for the benefit of his wife during her lifetime or widowhood, and also for his children until all have reached 21 years, then to be divided equally amongst his surviving children. One Child only mentioned by name at various points in the will: William Woide Goodhart bank clerk formerly of Pt Adelaide 1880 now of Gilberton 1887. By 1946, WW Goodhart was living at 7 Harrow Rd, St Peters Application 28447

GOODHART, George William bank manager Pt Lincoln, died c1887. Husband of Mary Goodhart. Father of William Woide Goodhart clerk Pt Adelaide 1987 Memorial 86/521

GOODHART, Joseph John coachman Gilberton 1877 Memorial 186/297

No 1

GOODHART, William Woide cashier North Adelaide 1923 Memorial 60/487

GOODHART, William Woide shipping agent Adelaide 1926 Memorial 37/496

GOODHART, William Woide accountant St Peters 1928 Application 27692

No 1

GOODHUGH, William printer Adelaide 1849 Memorial 76/16

Formerly of Adelaide but now absent therefrom 1853 Memorial 132/46

GOODHUGH, William formerly printer Adelaide but now gentleman Montreal Canada 1878 Memorial 33/313

No 1

GOODIER, James Ramsome engineer Stirling North trustee unnamed cemetery Hundred of Davenport land grant 1878 Grant Book 23 Page 45 County Frome

GOODIER, James R engineer Stirling North 1880 Memorial 114/328

GOODIER, James Ransome gardener Stirling North 1887 Memorial 159/384

No 1

GOODIER, John labourer Munno Para 1853[-1858] Memorial 388/49

GOODIER, John farmer Gawler Plains 1866 Application 7068

GOODIER, John farmer Munno Para 1870 Application 10750

GOODIER, Robert gentleman Gepps Cross 1913 Application 26162

GOODING, Alfred Harold blacksmith Pt Pirie 1919 Application 26757

No 1

GOODING, Henry farmer Willunga 1876 Memorial 235/294

GOODING, Henry of Willunga, died 9/1/1879. He owned land in Milang, Aldinga and Willunga. Husband of Elizabeth Gooding Memorial 11/322

GOODING, Elizabeth widow Willunga 1885 Application 20740

No 1

GOODING, Hermon brewer Adelaide 1849[-1854] Memorial 368/17

GOODING, Hermon farmer Norwood 1851[-1853] Memorial 232/38

GOODING, Hermon labourer Norwood 1854 Memorial 80/74

GOODING, Hermon omnibus proprietor Norwood 1871 Memorial 34/251

GOODING, Thomas mason Tea Tree Gully 1873 Memorial 97/267

No 1

GOODING, William schoolmaster McLaren Vale 1859[-1881] Memorial 8/165, Application 18505

GOODING, William gardener McLaren Vale 1889 Memorial 183/395

GOODLAD, James labourer Walkerville 1870 Application 11147

GOODLAD, Joseph cook Alberton 1851 Memorial 439/36

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

GOODLAD, William [the Elder] labourer Walkerville, died c1871. Husband of Emily Goodlad, who died c1901. Parents of Katherine Goodlad spinster Queen St, Walkerville, who as Katherine REEDMAN widow Queen St, Walkerville, died c1924. Sister to Matilda FLOWERS wife of James Flowers farmer Wokurna Memorials 189 & 191/491

GOODLAD, Emily of Walkerville, mother of William Goodlad labourer 14Walkerville 1876 Application 15326

GOODLAD, Mrs widow Walkerville 1894 Application 22729

GOODLAD, William [ formerly the Younger] labourer Walkerville 1876 Memorial 162/292

No 1

GOODLIFF, William blacksmith Pt Elliot 1853[-1860] Memorial 259/49

No 2

GOODLIFF, William farmer Noarlunga 1871 Memorial 113/256

GOODLIFF, WW farmer Noarlunga 1877 Memorial 207/297

GOODLIFF, William Washington farmer Noarlunga and Sarah Goodliff his wife 1881 Application 18484

GOODLIFF, William farmer Noarlunga 1882 Application 19150

GOODLIFF, Sarah wife of William Goodliff of Noarlunga, died 27/3/1903. She left her estate to her husband, William Goodliff, for life. Then the estate had to be sold. £50 to Ellen FLETCHER, Widow of her brother John Fletcher of Robetown. The balance to be equally divided into three to benefit her niece Jemima JENKINS nee PATTEN daughter of Sarah Goodliff's sister Mary Ann Patten; also her niece, Sarah Fletcher daughter of her brother John Fletcher of Robe; and the other third to Sarah Fletcher's sister, Mary Fletcher. Estate worth £500. By 1921, Mary Fletcher had become the wife of Thomas MCINTOSH labourer of Mil Lel. She was born on 1/5/1868. Application 27038

GOODLIFF, Sarah married woman Noarlunga, died 27/3/1903. Aunt of Mary MCINTOSH wife of Thomas McIntosh labourer Mil Lel 1923 Memorial 159/488

GOODLIFF, William farmer Noarlunga 1909 Application 25597

GOODLIFFE, E gentleman Mt Barker 1880 Memorial 127/324

No 1 - perhaps the same person

GOODLIFFE, WE of Yarcowie 1879 Memorial 182/318

GOODLIFFE, WE of Westward Ho 1888 Memorial 98/392

GOODMAN, Henry labourer Morphett Vale 1849[-1851] Memorial 179/17

GOODMAN, James labourer The Tiers 1850 Memorial 140/22

GOODMAN, Jane Sampson spinster Salisbury [links with Peter Sampson family] 1887 Memorial 227/381

No 1

GOODMAN, Nicholas blacksmith Salisbury 1849[-1858] Memorial 325/17

GOODMAN, Nicholas farmer Gawler Plains 1853[-1856] Memorial 347/54

GOODMAN, Nicholas farmer Munno Para 1858[-1861] Memorial 243/140

GOODMAN, Nicholas farmer Gawler Plains 1861 Application 2151

GOODMAN, Nicholas and William farmers Gawler Plains 1875 Memorial 8/284

GOODMAN, Nicholas farmer Munno Para 1882 Application 19201

GOODMAN, Nicholas farmer Salisbury, died 26/7/1886. Estate worth £500. Estate to his trustees, his friends Nicholas SAMPSON farmer Salisbury and George John LOVERIDGE storekeeper Gawler, to care for his son, Thomas Goodman of Salisbury for his lifetime, then the estate to go absolutely in remainder expectant to his daughter, Mary Ann Sampson nee Goodman, and her children. William Goodman farmer Salisbury linked with this family 1887 Application 21156

GOODMAN, William farmer near Salisbury 1874 Application 13255

No 1

GOODMAN, William George Toop (Sir) Municipal Tramways Trust General Manager North Adelaide 1944 Memorial 40/518

GOODMAN, William George Toop General Manager of the Municipal Tramways Trust North Adelaide 1947 Application 28489

GOODMAN, William John farmer Salisbury Plains 1906 Memorial 37/456

GOODRICH, George miller Adelaide 1850[-1852] Memorial 132/26

No 1

GOODRICH, Samuel labourer Hindmarsh 1857[-1871] Memorial 24/126

GOODRICH, Samuel labourer Hindmarsh and Louisa Goodrich his wife 1874 Application 13673

GOODRICH, Samuel fellmonger Hindmarsh and Louisa Goodrich his wife 1874 Memorial 53/277

GOODRICH, Louisa widow Hindmarsh 1884 Memorial 176/357

GOODRICH, Louisa widow Grange Rd, Hindmarsh, relict of Samuel Goodrich 1897, declared that she and her husband had come to live in Chapman St, Hindmarsh, in January 1857. They fenced in the two allotments they had bought, and then planted crops and ran cows and pigs. In 1874, the Goodriches sold one allotment to their son-in-law, Richard William TUNE, who then made it over to his wife, Elizabeth Tune nee Goodrich. She grew plants and ran a horse on the property. Richard William Tune died 23/7/1888. Elizabeth Tune was 45 in 1897 Application 25441

No 1 - perhaps the same person

GOODRIDGE, George farmer Chain of Ponds 1859 Memorial 325/153

GOODRIDGE, George farmer near Riverton 1862 Application 2966

GOODRIDGE, George farmer Carrieton, died 26/12/1905. Estate worth £60. He left his estate to Mary Jane WOOD married woman Carrieton Memorial 201/454

GOODRIDGE, George Henry of Kersbrook, died c1904 intestate. Husband of Eliza Goodridge Memorial 149/452

No 1

GOODRIDGE, James carpenter Riverton 1868 Application 9507

GOODRIDGE, James builder Riverton 1873 Memorial 41/269

GOODRIDGE, James Eli blocker Booborowie trustee Wesleyan Methodist Church Booborowie Booborowie (Hundred of Ayers) township allotment land grant 1890 Grant Book 56 Page 321 County Stanley

No 1

GOODRIDGE, John Henry labourers Mt Gambier. [Husband of] Elizabeth washerwoman Mt Gambier. Linked with James Goodridge labourer Mt Gambier 1865 Memorial 291/201

GOODRIDGE, John Henry now in the Adelaide Gaol 1871 for the murder of his wife Elizabeth Goodridge. His infant children now owned his estate including land at Mt Gambier Application 11789

GOODRIDGE, James coltbreaker linked with John Henry Goodridge groom both of Mt Gambier [sons of JH and Elizabeth Goodridge] 1888 Memorial 160/393

GOODRIDGE, Robert Dunley farmer Hundred of Wokurna 1887 Memorial 206/385

No 1 – likely to be the same person

GOODRIDGE, Thomas Eli George labourer Mt Bryan. Mt Bryan (Hundred of Kingston) township allotment land grant 1912 Grant Book 9 Page 210 County Burra

GOODRIDGE, Thomas Eli farmer Kooringa 1923 Memorial 140/488

No 1

GOODRIDGE, Thomas Palmer butcher Kooringa 1880 Memorial 207/326

GOODRIDGE, Thomas Palmer farmer Hinton Farm near Kooringa, died 24/1/1922. Husband of Elizabeth Goodridge. Father of Thomas Eli Goodridge, Matilda Jane Goodridge and Maria Frances Goodridge Memorial 135/498

GOODSMAN, Thomas mariner Pt Adelaide 1868[-1872] Memorial 103/231, Application 11577

GOODVINN, William Walter mason Millbrook 1884, died 6/1/1891. Husband of Jeannetta Goodvinn, who died 9/5/1910. Parents of Emily Jane DILLON wife of John Bosworth Dillon warehouseman formerly of Ackland St, Adelaide, but now of Millbrook 1910 Memorials 106 & 107/463

No 1

GOODWIN, Henry baker Redruth 1901 Memorial 88/444

GOODWIN, Henry gentleman formerly of Redruth near Kooringa but now of Adelaide 1923 Memorial 163/488

GOODWIN, Henry formerly baker Redruth near Kooringa but now out of business Wayville 1928 Memorial 125/500

No 1 - perhaps the same person

GOODWIN, John labourer Payneham 1846[-1853] Memorial 26/265

GOODWIN, John farmer Magill 1855[-1880] Memorial 473/88

No 2

GOODWIN, John carrier Adelaide (Waymouth St) 1866 Memorial 100/210

No 3

GOODWIN, John builder North Adelaide Yacka (Hundred of Yackamoorundie) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 56 Page 111 County Stanley

No 4

GOODWIN, John minister of the gospel North Adelaide 1879[-1881] Memorial 88/316, Application 18909

GOODWIN, John minister of the gospel Moonta 1885 Grant Book 14 Page 89 County Daly

GOODWIN, John Methodist minister Adelaide 1913 Memorial 145/468

No 4

GOODWIN, John of Binnum Hundred of Binnum land grant 1882 Grant Book 29 Page 147 County MacDonnell

No 5

GOODWIN, John carpenter Park Tce, Gilberton 1895 Application 22836

GOODWIN, John gentleman Gilberton and Mary Goodwin his wife 1907 Memorial 162/456

GOODWIN, Lorenzo Charles moneylender Adelaide 1896 Memorial 87/429

GOODWIN, Sabina spinster Adelaide 1854[-1855]. She inherited the entire estate of Charles Nuish SEDGWICK gentleman Adelaide who died 13/2/1854 Memorial 134/75

GOODWIN, Walter gardener Millbrook 1884 Application 20129

No 1

GOODWIN, William mason Chain of Ponds 1869 Memorial 23/238

GOODWIN, William mason Millbrook 1877 Application 15672

No 2

GOODWIN, William farmer Point Sturt Hundred of Binnum land grant 1881 Grant Book 29 Page 146 County MacDonnell

No 1

GOODY, William farmer O'Halloran Hill 1850[-1854] Memorial 31/64

GOODY, William yeoman formerly of O'Halloran Hill 1853 but now of Glendarill Vic 1866 Application 7723

No 1

GOODYEAR, John sawyer Portland Estate 1863 Memorial 246/188

GOODYEAR, John sawyer Queenstown 1869[-1871] Memorial 66/240

GOODYEAR, John sawyer Pt Adelaide 1878 Application 16668

GOODYEAR, John sawyer Queenstown, died c1879. Executors and trustees: Frederick Charles WIDDOP storekeeper Pt Adelaide and William Spencer DOWSETT letter carrier Queenstown 1894. J Goodyear's widow, Elizabeth Goodyear, had a life interest in his estate. She died 16/12/1893 Portland Estate, of senility and heart disease, aged 77 Application 22687

No 1

GOODYOU, William labourer Le Fevre Peninsula 1867 Memorial 196/218

GOODYOU, William labourer Pt Adelaide 1867 Memorial 190/222

GOOGER, Elizabeth widow Highbury St, Little Adelaide 1910, declared that she had lived at the above address since 1860 Application 25806

GOOLAY, Sarah Back housekeeper probably Clarendon 1866 Memorial 179/212

GOOLD, James Stephen farmer Stockport on the Gilbert Co Light. Hundred of Eurelia land grant 1882 Grant Book 13 Page 380 County Dalhousie

No 1

GOOLEY, Edward labourer Stepney 1858 Memorial 274/143

GOOLEY, Edward labourer formerly of Stepney 1858 but now of Strathalbyn 1863 Application 4513

GOOLING, Arthur Edward storekeeper Eudunda 1899 Memorial 81/438

GOORTY, Andrew of the Hundred of Bendleby Co Granville 1886 Memorial 39/376

No 1

GOORTY, Patrick labourer Adelaide Hundred of Kapunda land grant 1858 Grant Book 44 Page 142 County Light

GOORTY, Patrick farmer Light River 1878 Memorial 96/309

GOORTY, Thomas labourer Adelaide 1852 Memorial 206/45

No 1

GOORTY, Thomas Patrick farmer Bagot Well 1875 Memorial 128/286

GOORTY, Thomas Patrick farmer Bagot Well, died 24/4/1886 intestate. Letters of administration to his widow, Elizabeth Goorty. She had moved to Kapunda by 1891 Application 22145

GORBEL, Christian Henrique mariner Pt Adelaide 1856 Memorial 32/95

GORDON, Adam Daniel teamster Watervale 1888 Memorial 220/392

No 1

GORDON, Adam Lindsay gentleman Mt Gambier 1861 Memorial 294/178

GORDON, Adam Lindsay gentleman Mt Gambier, power of attorney to John RIDDOCH sheep farmer Yallum, Hundred of Penola, to manage his SA business affairs 13/11/1866 Deposit 15/1867

GORDON, Adam Linsday gentleman Ballarat Vic 1868 Memorial 133/232

No 1

GORDON, Albert Edwin farmer Ardrossan 1888 Memorial 140/390

GORDON, Albert Edwin and Thomas farmers Ardrossan 1890 Memorial 124/401

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

GORDON, Alexander farmer The Bremer 1858 Memorial 45/142

GORDON, Alexander farmer near Langhorne Bridge 1861 Memorial 300/172

GORDON, Alexander farmer near Langhorne Creek 1865 Application 6021

GORDON, Alexander the Elder farmer Angas Plains 1874 Application 26131

GORDON, Alexander farmer Hundred of Bremer 1888 Memorial 197/394

GORDON, Alexander farmer Belvidere near Strathalbyn 1873 Memorial 149/270

GORDON, Alexander farmer Angas Plains 1878 Memorial 152/308

GORDON, Alexander farmer Angas Plains 1884 Memorial 124/356 then Farmer Huntley Park Bordertown 1884 Memorial 125/356

GORDON, Alexander farmer Tatiara 1880[-1881] Memorial 18/328

GORDON, Alexander the Elder farmer Big Paddock Tatiara. Hundred of Tatiara land grants 1883 Grant Book 7 Page 12 County Buckingham

GORDON, Alexander the Elder farmer Tatiara 1883[-1885] Memorial 32/347

GORDON, Alexander the Younger farmer Bordertown 1883 Memorial 32/347

GORDON, Alexander the Younger farmer Narracoorte 1887 Memorial 12/387

GORDON, Alexander farmer Belvidere Hundred of Bremer, died 5/9/1895. Husband of Ann Gordon and father to James Munro Gordon farmer Belvidere Memorial 120/436

GORDON, Alexander the Elder farmer Angas Plains near Belvidere Hundred of Bremer, died 5/9/1895. Husband of Ann Gordon. Father of James Murro Gordon farmer Belvidere Memorial 172/472

GORDON, Ann widow Belvidere near Strathalbyn and James Munro Gordon farmer Belvidere near Strathalbyn 1899 Application 23860

No 2

GORDON, Alexander labourer Mt Gambier Hatherleigh (Hundred of Mt Muirhead) township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 31 Page 327 County Grey

GORDON, Alexander Ross stock and station agent Millicent 1923 Memorial 4/488

GORDON, Ann widow Clare Co Stanley. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1874 Grant Book 60 Page 112 County Victoria

GORDON, David John journalist Unley Park 1908 Memorial 57/459

GORDON, D Jeff farmer Currency Creek 1932 Memorial 181/505

No 1

GORDON, Donald farmer Dalkey trustee unnamed Church Hundred of Dalkey land grant 1882 Grant Book 26 Page 240 County Gawler

GORDON, Donald farmer Dalkey Hundred of Dalkey land grant 1883 Grant Book 26 Page 244 County Gawler

GORDON, Donald farmer Owen 1915 Memorial 173/472

GORDON, Donald Jeffrey farmer Currency Creek, died 25/11/1938 Victor Harbor. Husband of Charlotte Amelia Gordon Memorial 52/514

GORDON, Ernest John Rieschbeith labourer Queen St, Solomontown near Pt Pirie changed his name to EJR MCLEAN 1927 Memorial 49/497

GORDON, Forbes Bruce gentleman Redruth 1851 Memorial 342/32

GORDON, Francis baker Adelaide 1890 Memorial 193/402

GORDON, Frederick of 11 Rochester Square, Camden Road, Middlesex, England, executor for the estate of James William McDONALD late of 11 Rochester Square, Camden Road, Middlesex, power of attorney to William James BELT solicitor Adelaide, to manage McDonald’s business affairs in SA 3/6/1882 Deposit 174/1882

GORDON, George linked with Section 74 Hundred of Kadina Co Daly 1887 Memorial 68/385

GORDON, George Carlisle blacksmith Hammond. Hammond township allotment land grant 1884 Grant Book 24 Page 735 County Frome

GORDON, George Guter farm servant Kadina Co Daly. Hundred of Boucaut land grant 1880 Grant Book 55 Page 36 County Stanley

No 1

GORDON, James sawyer Penwortham 1849 Memorial 295/15

GORDON, James sawyer Skillogolee Creek 1849 Memorial 104/16

GORDON, James farmer Skillogolee Creek 1849. Enrolment 70/36

GORDON, James sawyer Watervale 1858 Memorial 148/138

Sawyer near Penwortham 1858 Memorial 182/138

GORDON, James farmer Upper Wakefield 1854 Memorial 156/153

No 2

GORDON, James wheelwright Adelaide. Hundred of Munno Para land grant 1853 Grant Book 1 Page 87 County Adelaide

GORDON, James wheelwright Adelaide 1853 Hundred of Munno Para land grant Memorial 163/64

GORDON, James wheelwright Gawler 1856 Memorial 285/95

GORDON, James millwright Melrose 1864 Memorial 249/199

No 3

GORDON, James farmer Lakes Plains 1861 Memorial 300/178

No 4

GORDON, James articled clerk Strathalbyn 1876[-1879] Memorial 126/293

GORDON, James solicitor Pt Pirie 1885[-1886] Memorial 173/368

No 5

GORDON, James labourer Currency Creek 1876[-1877] Memorial 101/289

No 6

GORDON, James miller Pt Elliot 1877 Application 16041

No 7

GORDON, James farmer Quorn 1885 Memorial 194/371

GORDON, James Clune farmer Hundred of Boolcunda 1894 Memorial 175/421

GORDON, James Rankine of Melrose 1865 Memorial 335/204

No 1 - perhaps the same person

GORDON, James Steele of Maitland Hundred of Kilkerran land grant 1881 Grant Book 19 Page 169 County Fergusson

GORDON, James Steele farmer Maitland 1886 Memorial 67/323

GORDON, James Steele storekeeper Riverton linked with John Johnston Gordon accountant Adelaide 1887 Memorial 112/383

No 1 - perhaps the same person

GORDON, Jane of Adelaide 1851 Memorial 391/34

GORDON, Jane widow Adelaide (Wright St). Aunt to George William BYERLEE of Chingford near Auburn 1866 Memorial 2/221

No 1

GORDON, John Esquire Angaston 1847. Enrolment 86/7

GORDON, John Esquire Angaston 1851 Memorial 339/38

No 2

GORDON, John formerly Registrar of the Court of Requests, Calcutta, Fort William, Bengal but now gentleman Adelaide 1850. He married Mary BRODERS spinster Calcutta in 1824 Memorial 182/74

No 3 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

GORDON, John settler Section 3026 Dry Creek 1849[-1850] Memorial 475/13

GORDON, John Esquire Dry Creek 1851 Memorial 338/38

GORDON, John gentleman Dry Creek 1852[-1860] Memorial 74/39

GORDON, John farmer Dry Creek 1854 Memorial 303/68

GORDON, John Esquire Yatala Hills 1854 Memorial 191/65

GORDON, John the Elder farmer Yatala Hills 1853, died 29/1/1858 Dry Creek. He left real estate in trust for the benefit of his son, James Gordon, during his lifetime, then to the testator's son, John Gordon the Younger, absolutely in remainder expectant 1865 Memorial 284/207

GORDON, John the Elder farmer Dry Creek, died 29/1/1858. He left real estate in trust for the support of his son, James Gordon, during his lifetime, who died 31/7/1865, and then to go absolutely to another son, John Gordon the Younger farmer Yatala Hills Dry Creek, in remainder expectant 1866 Memorial 137/209

GORDON, John farmer Dry Creek 1866 Application 7494

GORDON, John farmer Yatala Hills, Dry Creek 1868 Memorial 25/228

No 4

GORDON, John painter Encounter Bay1855 Memorial 67/84

GORDON, John painter Goolwa 1857 Memorial 271/121

No 5

GORDON, John merchant Adelaide 1873[-1877] Memorial 52/267

GORDON, John merchant Adelaide 1874 Application 13811

GORDON, John merchant King William St, Adelaide, about to depart the province for a time, power of attorney to David MURRAY merchant King William St, Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 29/4/1880 Deposit 92/1880

GORDON, John Esquire Adelaide, trustee with John James DUNCAN Esquire Hughes Park, near Watervale, for the estate of Sir Walter Watson HUGHES Knigh Fan Court, Surrey, about to depart from the province for a time, power of attorney to Walter Hughes DUNCAN stockholder Adelaide, to manage his share of the estate of WW Hughes 19/4/1891 Deposit 41/1891

No 6 – perhaps the same person

GORDON, John gentleman Adelaide Co Adelaide.Yatina (Hundred of Black Rock Plain) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 13 Page 7 County Dalhousie

GORDON, John and Thomas of Adelaide 1889 Memorial 236/399

No 1

GORDON, John Forbes farmer Comaum 1888 Memorial 42/394

GORDON, John Forbes farmer Comaum. Hundred of Comaum land grant 1889[-1890] Grant Book 50 Page 79 County Robe

No 1
GORDON, John Hannah law clerk Strathalbyn 1873 Memorial 116/264

GORDON, JH clerk to JJ BONNAR solicitor Strathalbyn 1874[-1875] Memorial 157/457

GORDON, JH solicitor Strathalbyn acting for the Eardly HEYWOOD Estate 211880 Application 18351

GORDON, John Hannah gentleman Strathalbyn linked with William Beattie Gordon of near Custon 1886 Memorial 63/375

GORDON, John Hannah solicitor Adelaide linked with William Beathe Gordon agent Bordertown 1888 Memorial 31/395

GORDON, John Hannah solicitor Adelaide 1889 Memorial 230/400

GORDON, John Hannah (Knight) Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of Dudley land grant 1909 Grant Book 11 Page 16 County Carnarvon

No 1

GORDON, John Johnston gentleman Gawler 1864 Memorial 135/196

GORDON, John J clerk Gawler 1872 Memorial 192/258

GORDON, John Johnston accountant Gawler 1881[-1882] Application 18751, Memorial 133/337

GORDON, John J accountant Adelaide (Royal Exchange) 1891 Memorial 38/410

GORDON, John Johnston accountant Adelaide 1892 Memorial 152/415

No 1 - probably the same person

GORDON, JS store manager Eurelia 1883 Memorial 39/353

GORDON, JS storekeeper Riverton 1901 Memorial 152/442

GORDON, Kathleen Watson married woman Yeelanna 1954 Application 29026

GORDON, Lewis Street agent Adelaide 1879 Memorial 46/317

GORDON, Lindley Matheson pastoralist Wahroonga Leighton near Burra 1948 Memorial 114/522

GORDON, Rebecca died 18/1/1907 Memorial 65/457

No 1
GORDON, Robert labourer Armagh near Clare 1875 Memorial 49/284

GORDON, Robert yeoman Armagh near Clare 1886 Memorial 200/380

No 2

GORDON, Robert importer Adelaide 1893 Memorial 72/418

GORDON, Robert Moore of Adelaide Hundred of Dalrymple land grant 1882 Grant Book 19 Page 146 County Fergusson

GORDON, Samuel farmer Palmer trustee unnamed School Hundred of Palmer Hundred of Palmer land grant 1894 Grant Book 49 Page 176 County Newcastle

No 1

GORDON, Thomas labourer Hundred of Gilbert 1857 Hundred of Gilbert Bible Christian Chapel (pt Section 461) trustee Memorial 262/128

GORDON, Thomas farmer Riverton 1869 Application 9996

GORDON, Thomas innkeeper Riverton 1872 Memorial 152/258

GORDON, Thomas of Riverton 1873 Memorial 19/268

GORDON, Thomas farmer Riverton 1874[-1876] Memorial 153/274

GORDON, Thomas carpenter Ardrossan Hundred of Cunningham land grant 1877[-1891] Grant Book 19 Page 282 County Fergusson

GORDON, Thomas builder trustee cemetery Ardrossan Hundred of Cunningham land grant 1879 Grant Book 19 Page 283 County Fergusson

GORDON, Thomas carpenter and builder Ardrossan trustee Institute Ardrossan township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 19 Page 450 County Fergusson

GORDON, Thomas formerly innkeeper Riverton but now builder Ardrossan 1882 Memorial 164/339

GORDON, Verna C spinster house duties Goolwa 1917 Application 26566

GORDON, Violet Blanche married woman Lyndoch 1921 Memorial 141/483

No 1

GORDON, WB clerk Gawler 1879 Memorial 212/317

GORDON, WB of Bordertown 1886 Memorial 243/376

GORDON, William Beattie agent Bordertown 1887 Memorial 122/388

GORDON, WB general commission agent Bordertown 1888[-1889] Memorial 144/390

GORDON, WB auctioneer Bordertown 1889 Memorial 38/397

No 1

GORDON, William advocate Raeden, Co Aberdeen, Scotland died 4/4/1856, of chronic abdominal disease (8 months), aged 60. He was the son of the Rev’d George Gordon Minister of the East Church Aberdeen (deceased) and Margaret COPLAND. William Gordon was married. Brother-in-law to William HUNTER Application 11700

No 2

GORDON, William carpenter Goolwa 1857 Memorial 185/131

GORDON, William shipwright Goolwa 1877 Application 15846

No 3

GORDON, William formerly of Pt Adelaide died 1908. His wife, Ann Gordon, died 1910. Their children by 1912 included Donald Jeffrey Gordon farmer Goolwa, Alexander Ross Gordon auctioneer Millicent and Verna Clare Gordon spinster Goolwa Application 26074

GORDON, William James farmer Erskine 1885 Memorial 207/369

No 1

GORDON, William Jeffrey farmer Currency Creek late 1870s Application 26401

GORDON, William Jeffrey farmer Goolwa, died 23/12/1881. His widow called Emma Maria Gordon, aged 67 in 1921 and a lifelong resident of the area. Children - Donald Jeffrey Gordon, Alexander Ross Gordon, Verna Clare Gordon. Another child - Percy Howard Granville Gordon born 6/10/1877 died 16/4/1879 Application 26975.

GORDON, William Jeffrey shipwright Goolwa, died 23/12/1881, of phthisis pulmonalis, aged 27. He was linked with Donald Jeffrey Gordon farmer Currency Creek, Alexander Ross Gordon auctioneer Millicent and Verna Clare Gordon spinster Goolwa 1920 Application 26915

GORDON, William Jeffrey shipwright Goolwa, died 23/12/1881 intestate. Husband of Emma Maria Gordon Memorial 128/488

GORDON, William Jeffrey grazier Glenross Wattle Range 1960, a nephew of Verna Clare Gordon, who died 13/2/1948 Application 29390

No 1

GORDON, William St Louis cattle salesman Adelaide 1870 Memorial 16/249

GORDON, William St Louis cattle salesman and stock and station owner Adelaide trading under the style or firm of W Gordon & Co 1876 Memorial 74/291

GORE, Clement Alfred farmer Lameroo. Hundred of Bews land grant 1927 Grant Book 12 Page 13 County Chandos

No 1

GORE, George and William Gore farmers Adelaide 1854 Memorial 130/67 Farmers formerly of Adelaide but now of Cox Creek 1854 Memorial 397/76

GORE, George and William farmers Cox Creek 1855[-1857] Memorial 223/87

GORE, George farmer New Tiers 1856 Memorial 302/112

GORE, George and William formerly farmers late of Adelaide then of Cox Creek 1854 now gardeners New Tiers near Crafers 1874 Application 13315

GORE, H clerk to Messrs STOW & BRUCE solicitors Adelaide 1865 Memorial 156/207

GORE, Harold Edward gardener Summertown, aged 53 in 1949, a son of George Gore who had been born in 1862. HE Gore was the third generation of that family to own the farm Application 28639

GORE, HB clerk to the State Bank of SA 1908 Memorial 85/460

GORE, Henry Thomas architect Adelaide 1881 Application 18933

No 1 - probably the same person

GORE, HS clerk Adelaide 1911[-1918] Memorial 231/464

GORE, Horace Stone clerk Adelaide 1921 Memorial 133/484

GORE, RM proclaimed bank manager Narracoorte 1920 Memorial 3/481

GORE, Thomas Minor farmer Wilkawatt 1910 Grant Book 12 Page 6 County Chandos

GORE, William farmer Mt Lofty 1855 Memorial 437/88

No 1

GORE, William Thomas architect Kincraig 1861[-1868] Memorial 37/173

GORE, WT surveyor Narracoorte 1867 Memorial 9/224

GORE, William Thomas surveyor Narracoorte 1867 Memorial 141/231

GORE, William Thomas architect and surveyor formerly of Kincraig but now of Melbourne Vic 1869 Memorial 20/255

GOREY, Michael farmer Balaklava 1882 Memorial 2/338

GORGE, John Cornish master miller Normanville 1883 Memorial 104/349

No 1

GORHUM, A of Robert St, Adelaide 1845 Memorial 289/5

GORHAM, Abraham painter Adelaide (Pt TA 347) 1850 Memorial 364/20

GORMAN, Catherine Cecilia spinster formery of Gawler South now of Glen Osmond 1898 Application 23587

GORMAN, John [formerly] farmer Adelaide (Grenfell St) 1853 Memorial 417/65 [but now] farmer Light River 1854 Memorial 416/65

No 1

GORMAN, William labourer Gawler 1869 Memorial 115/240

GORMAN, William labourer Gawler South, died 28/11/1891. Husband of Johannah Gorman Memorial 200/412

 

GORREY, Edward coachman North Adelaide 1861 Memorial 149/173

No 1
GORTON, Margaret widow North Adelaide 1842 Memorial 226/2

GORTON, Margaret widow North Adelaide, died c1853. She left her real estate in trust to her daughter, Margaret STEVENSON, for life and then in trust to her husband George Stevenson Esquire North Adelaide for life if he survived her, then in specific bequests to her grandchildren absolutely when they reached adulthood in remainder expectant. Granddaughter Margaret Jane Stevenson to get the Leawood estate (Section 1286 Hundred of Adelaide) Memorial 233/54

GOSCHE, William Alfred draughtsman Melbourne Vic 1890 Memorial 204/404

No 1 – perhaps the same person

GOSDEN, Alexander farmer Hundred of Bright. Hundred of Bright land grant 1893 Grant Book 9 Page 48 County Burra

GOSDEN, Alexander farmer Blackwood 1912 Memorial 204/466

No 1
GOSDEN, Caleb farmer Towitta 1899 Application 23864

GOSDEN, Caleb farmer Pt Elliot linked with James Gosden farmer Eudunda and Joshua Gosden farmer Eden Valley 1908 Memorials 96 & 98/459

GOSDEN, Caleb farmer Pt Elliot linked with James Gosden farmer formerly of Eudunda but now of Gilberton 1914 Memorial 139/470

GOSDEN, Charles Thomas and James Gordon Gosden farmers Peake. Hundred of Peake land grant 1911 Grant Book 6 Page 54 County Buccleuch

No 1

GOSDEN, Hiram carpenter Little Para Special Survey 1842 Memorial 74/2

GOSDEN, Hiram wheelwright Little Para Special Survey 1846 Memorial 220/6

GOSDEN, Hiram farmer Gumeracha 1851 Memorial 108/88

GOSDEN, Hiram farmer Mt Pleasant Hundred of South Rhine land grant 1861 Grant Book 58 Page 235 County Sturt

GOSDEN, Hiram formerly farmer Gumeracha but now gentleman Clarence Park 1900 Memorial 14/441

No 2

GOSDEN, Hiram of near Eudunda 1891 Application 22069

No 1

GOSDEN, James farmer Eudunda Co Eyre. Hundred of Bright land grant 1892 Grant Book 9 Page 48 County Burra

GOSDEN, James farmer Eudunda 1905[-1910] Memorial 34/454

GOSDEN, John Esquire Angaston 1850 Memorial 412/22

No 1 – perhaps the same person

GOSDEN, Joshua labourer Hundred of Whyte. Hundred of Whyte land grant 1880 Grant Book 60 Page 56 County Victoria

GOSDEN, Joshua linked with land in the Hundred of Morgan Co Dalhousie 1885 Memorial 68/370

No 2

GOSDEN, Joshua leased land in the Hundred of South Rhine 1894 Memorial 203/420

GOSDEN, Joshua out of business formerly of North Walkerville 1941 but then of 15 Park Tce, Gilberton, died 8/5/1946. Father of Hiram Joshua Gosden, Janet Kellett Mabel Annie DOYLE and Marion Ruth HIGGINS Memorial 167/521

GOSDEN, Thomas farmer Eudunda Co Eyre. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1879[-1883] Grant Book 13 Page 192 County Dalhousie

No 1

GOSDEN, William mason Lyndoch Valley 1861 Memorial 165/174

GOSDEN, William farmer near Williamstown 1867 Memorial 215/224

GOSLIN, John Frederick licensed victualler Truro bought the remainder of a lease of the Crown Inn Truro, for £900 from John George GIBSON formerly licensed victualler Truro but now retired 1876 Memorial 220/293

GOSLING, Arthur Edward storekeeper Eudunda 1907 linked with Clarence William Gosling tailor Adelaide Application 25355

GOSLING, Clarence William formerly farmer Milang but now tailor Adelaide 1907 Application 25356

GOSLING, Harriet Penelope widow of the late William Oliver Gosling hotel keeper Young St, Parkside, died 8/6/1907, of a fracture of the femur and uraemia, aged 77. William Gosling died c1890 Application 25355

GOSLING, Walter Ernest draper Caroline St, Moonta, died 19/2/1899, of morbus cordis and chronic nephritis, aged 36 Application 25355

No 1

GOSLING, William storekeeper Glen Osmond 1852 Memorial 319/39 Formerly of Glen Osmond late 1852 Memorial 482/45

GOSLING, William [formerly] baker Adelaide 1853 Memorial 236/60 [but now] storekeeper Walkerville 1853[-1854] Memorial 237/60

GOSLING, William butcher Walkerville 1854 Memorial 497/65

GOSLING, William licensed victualler Strathalbyn Hotel Strathalbyn 1856[-1862] 10-year lease at £160 a year from Richard HOOPER farmer Strathalbyn Memorial 339/109

GOSLING, William licensed victualler Milang 1867 Memorial 125/226

GOSLING, William licensed victualler Langhorne Creek 1875 Memorial 80/282

GOSLING, William gentleman Adelaide 1883 Memorial 221/350

GOSLING, William gentleman Parkside 1884 Memorial 28/363

GOSLING, William gentleman formerly of Strathalbyn but then of Milang, died 2/8/1890. By 1891, his family was disposed thus: Harriet Penelope Gosling widow lived at Milang. Children - Isabel Amelia Gosling spinser Milang, Arthur Edward Gosling storekeeper Eudunda, Walter Ernest Gosling draper Kadina, Herbert Francis Gosling enginefitter Pt Pirie, Clarence William Gosling draper Pt Adelaide, and Oliver Percival Gosling barman Milang Memorial 170/407

GOSLING, William gentleman formerly of Strathalbyn but then of Milang, died not stated. Father of Arthur Edward Gosling storekeeper Eudunda and Walter Ernest Gosling draper Kadina 1892 Memorial 65/415

GOSLING, William gentleman formerly of Strathalbyn but then of Milang, died by 1897. He owned the Lake Hotel at Milang. Linked with Arthur Edward Gosling storekeeper Eudunda and Walter Ernest Gosling draper Moonta Memorial 231/430

GOSLING, William gentleman formerly of Strathalbyn but then of Milang, died by 1904. Executors; Arthur Edward Gosling storekeeper Eudunda and Clarence William Gosling draper Adelaide Memorial 231/450

GOSS, Ernest Edward teamster Maitland Co Fergusson. Hundred of Tarcowie land grant 1904 Grant Book 13 Page 58 County Dalhousie

No 1 - perhaps the same person

GOSS, Francis storekeeper Auburn 1869 Memorial 121/329

GOSS, Francis storekeeper Silverton 1891 Memorial 7/410

No 2

GOSS, Francis gentleman Parkside 1886 Memorial 16/375

GOSS, George farmer Willunga linked with Jacob Goss farmer McLaren Vale 1866 Memorial 93/215

No 1

GOSS, Henry builder Happy Valley 1845[-1848] Memorial 312/4

GOSS, Henry plaisterer Adelaide 1848 Memorial 146/11

GOSS, Henry bricklayer Payneham 1849[-1853]. Payneham Methodist Chapel trustee. Magill Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee 1850[-1854] Memorial 57/22 Builder Payneham 1851[-1854] possibly the builder of the Woodside Wesleyan Methodist Chapel Memorial 21/73

GOSS, Henry gardener Payneham 1854 Memorial 206/75

GOSS, Henry builder Adelaide 1858 Enrolment

GOSS, Henry builder Adelaide 1863 Memorial 69/188

GOSS, Henry formerly plaisterer Adelaide 1848 but now gentleman Payneham 1867 Application 8702

GOSS, Henry formerly bricklayer now gardener Payneham Norwood Wesleyan Chapel trustee 1877 Application 16054

GOSS, Henry builder Adelaide Woodside Wesleyan Methodist Glebe Land (Land grant 16/8/1851 Section 5029a Hundred of Onkaparinga) foundation trustee, had retired by 1883 Application 19964

GOSS, Henry gentleman Payneham. Magill Wesleyan Chapel trustee 1891 Application 22095

GOSS, Hubert Francis of Broken Hill NSW took up a lease of the Cutana Flux Quarries 'about five miles south-east of Cutana Siding' 1891 Memorial 99/409

GOSS, Isaac farmer Yacka 1895 Application 22941

No 1

GOSS, Isaac William carpenter Redruth 1873 Memorial 225/290

GOSS, Isaac William carpenter formerly of Redruth 1873 but now of Lostwithiel near Kooringa 1876 Application 15145

GOSS, Isaac William builder Aberdeen 1882[-1886] Memorial 152/342, Application 20890

GOSS, Isaac William builder formerly of Aberdeen near Kooringa but now of Boulder WA 1912 Memorial 28/467

No 1

GOSS, Jacob butcher Broughton. Hundred of Redhill land grant 1873 Grant Book 14 Page 353 County Daly

GOSS, Jacob butcher Tarcowie. Tarcowie (Hundred of Tarcowie) township allotment land grant 1877 Grant Book 13 Page 28 County Dalhousie

GOSS, Jacob labourer Tarcowie. Hundred of Tarcowie land grant 1903 Grant Book 13 Page 58 County Dalhousie

No 1

GOSS, John barilla burner Alberton 1851 Memorial 247/37

GOSS, John mason Woodville 1852[-1855] Memorial 199/42

No 2

GOSS, John mason Mt Gambier 1863[-1864] Memorial 265/189

GOSS, John William farmer Yalpara had associations with the Wesleyan Methodist Church 1883 Grant Book 13 Page 338 County Dalhousie

No 1

GOSS, Samuel miner Lostwithiel 1859 Memorial 256/156

GOSS, Samuel mason Lostwithiel 1879 Memorial 73/316

GOSS, Samuel miner Lostwithiel 1879 Application 17472

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

GOSS, Thomas farmer McLaren Vale 1852 Memorial 397/42

GOSS, Thomas farmer Willunga 1854[-1859] Memorial 362/72

GOSS, Thomas farmer Willunga 1861 Application 2550

GOSS, Thomas farmer Willunga 1884 Application 20095

GOSS, Thomas the Elder farmer Willunga, died 6/5/1890. He left legacies to each of his children - Isaac Goss, William Goss, Hannah BEATTIE, Mary Jane ROWLAD, Maria MUDGE, Margaret Mudge, and the children of Jacob Goss. His son, George Goss, did not receive any legacy, as he did not apply for the money as the will stipulated. The rest of the children shared in this amount equally. Thomas Goss the Elder's widow, Mary Ann Goss,died 15/3/1891, of senile decay, aged 78. Their son, John Goss farmer Willunga, died 25/4/1896 Adelaide Lunatic Asylum, aged 43. Thomas Goss the Younger farmer Willunga was the executor Application 26654

No 1

GOSS, William Henry gardener Payneham 1871 Application 11701

GOSS, William Henry District Clerk Payneham 1877 Memorial 113/304, Application 16326

No 2

GOSS, William Henry storeman Norwood 1902 Memorial 96/445

GOSSE, Charles surgeon Adelaide 1880 Memorial 74/324

GOSSE, Charles surgeon Adelaide, died 1/7/1885 Memorial 55/370

No 1

GOSSE, Henry contractor Blinman 1876 Memorial 7/293

GOSSE, Henry gentleman Delamere in the Northern Territory of SA 1884 Memorial 228/358

No 1

GOSSE, James storekeeper Pt Adelaide 1869 Memorial 122/240

GOSSE, James grocer Pt Adelaide 1870 Memorial 174/249

GOSSE, James Hay clerk Adelaide 1903 Memorial 59/449

GOSSE, John JP surgeon Wallaroo 1892 Memorial 207/412

GOSSE, John Grant engineer 52 Park Tce, Parkside 1953 Memorial 55/528

GOSSE, WC Deputy Surveyor-General of SA Adelaide 1881 Application 18500

GOSSE, William surgeon Adelaide 1854 New Equitable Building Co trustee Memorial 21/77

GOTHAN, Johann Samuel saddler Adelaide 1852 Memorial 143/44

No 1

GOTTFRIED, George labourer Glen Osmond 1854 Memorial 415/76

GOTTFRIED, George labourer formerly of Glen Osmond but now of Stirling near Mt Lofty 1869 Memorial 188/243

GOTTFRIED, George labourer formerly of Stirling East but now of Kadina 1872 Memorial 238/257

No 1

FIND check KLEM or KLEMM – both partners became Methodist.

GOTTSCHALK, Alexander Julius Wilhelm and Otto Georg Reinhold KLEM storekeepers Edithburgh Hundred of Melville land grant 1875 Grant Book 19 Page 74 County Fergusson

GOTTSCHALK, Alexander Julius Wilhelm and Otto Georg Reinhold KLEM wheat merchants Edithburgh Wool Bay township allotment land grant 1877 Grant Book 19 Page 211 County Fergusson

No 1

GOTTSCHALK, August gold digger Kensington 1857 Memorial 278/119

GOTTSCHALK, August gardener Norwood 1859 Memorial 136/154

No 1

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

GOTTSCHALK, J JP of Edithburgh 1881 Memorial 76/334

GOTTSCHALK, Percy Commonwealth public servant Kooringa and Eileen Olive Kenyon Gottschalk his wife 1910. Catherine Marie JOHNSON widow Kooringa (probably Mrs Gottschalk's mother), died 21/10/1909 intestate Memorial 159/462

No 1

GOTTWALD, Gottlieb farmer Greenock Creek 1853 Memorial 166/50

GOTTWALD, Gottlieb farmer near Greenock 1857[-1867] Memorial 15/131

GOTTWALD, Gottlieb farmer Greenock Creek 1861 Application 2336

No 1

GOTTWALDT, Ignatius farmer Sevenhill 1876 Memorial 212/295

GOTTWALD, Margaret of Sevenhill apparently the estranged wife of Ignatius Gottwald no description, died 16/9/1884. Sister of Therese FLUDER. Mother of Mary ELIX wife of Wilhelm Elix labourer Jamestown, Therese CONWAY wife of Patrick Conway stationman Caltowie and Johanna WYTKIN wife of Lorenz Wytkin farmer Arkaba Memorials 60 & 75/395

GOUDIE, Alexander James security clerk Adelaide 1931 Memorial 131/504

No 1

GOUDIE, Peter tailor Pt Adelaide 1886[-1892] Memorial 68/378

GOUDIE, Peter tailor Pt Adelaide 1886 Application 22418

No 1

GOUDIE, William hairdresser Pt Adelaide 1885 Memorial 45/365

GOUDIE, William tobacconist Pt Adelaide 1895 Application 22908
No 1

GOUGE, Apollos Harrison licensed victualler Adelaide 1853[-1855] Memorial 25/51

GOUGE, Apollos Harrison innkeeper Adelaide (Star Inn Hindley St) 1853 Memorial 395/53

GOUGE, Apollos Harrison farmer Unley 1854 Memorial 456/64

GOUGE, Apollos Harrison contractor Adelaide 1859[-1863] Memorial 310/173

GOUGE, Apollos Harrison innkeeper Adelaide (Eagle Hindley St) 1860 Memorial 18/169

GOUGE, Apollos Harrison of Adelaide had to deposit deeds for varioius properties in safekeeping with the Bank of Australasia to cover some £6,000 in unpaid mortgages - Cremorne Hotel lease at Unley, the Eagle Tavern lease in Hindley St Adelaide together with Mr Brown's [John Brown] residence in Bank St behind the hotel, stables and land at Thornden Park and allotments at Unley 1861 Memorial 231/192 Yorke Peninsula Inn Pt TA 123 Currie St mentioned as part of AH Gouge's assets 1864 Memorial 315/197

GOUGE, Apollos Harrison contractor Adelaide, declared a bankrupt on 13/10/1863 Memorial 246/191

No 1

GOUGE, HD of Mannum 1869 Memorial 68/242

GOUGE, Herbert Dillon shipping agent Mannum trustee Cemetery Mannum Hundred of Finniss land grant 1876 Grant Book 58 Page 31 County Sturt

GOUGE, Herbert Dillon commission agent Adelaide 1877[-1884] Memorial 205/303

GOUGE, Herbert Dillon forwarding agent Adelaide Co Adelaide. Lapford (Hundred of Bright) township allotment land grant 1878[-1881] Grant Book 9 Page 38 County Burra

GOUGE, Herbert Dillon agent Adelaide 1880[-18820 Application 18209

GOUGE, Herbert Dillon land agent Adelaide 1883[-1884] Memorial 230/355

GOUGE, Herbert Dillon gentleman Burnside 1885 Memorial 108/365

GOUGE, Herbert Dillon public actuary Adelaide 1907 Application 25374

GOUGE, Herbert Dillon civil servant Adelaide 1908[-1914] Memorial 146/459

GOUGE, Herbert Dillon public actuary West Adelaide and Emily Gouge his wife Co Adelaide. Pt Mannum (Hundred of Finniss) township allotment land grant 1912 Grant Book 58 Page 386 County Sturt

GOUGE, Herbert Dillon valuator Adelaide 1916 Memorial 172/473

No 1

GOUGER, John sawyer Kensington 1853 Memorial 142/50

GOUGER, John formerly sawyer Kensington 1853 but now labourer Beulah Rd, Norwood 1879 Application 17388

GOUGH, Edward storekeeper Pt Adelaide 1856 Memorial 273/98

GOUGH, Samuel teamster Terowie Co Kimberley. Cockburn (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1886 Grant Book 65 Page 167 County Not named

No 1

GOULD, Benjamin clerk to WH BUNDEY solicitor Adelaide 1866 Memorial 155/217

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

GOULD, Benjamin grocer Bowden 1868[-1889] Memorial 82/241

GOULD, Benjamin grocer Bowden 1889 Application 21593

GOULD, Benjamin and Samuel drapers Bowden and GOULD, John draper Hindmarsh, beneficiaries under the will of Ephraim Gould storekeeper Bowden 1892 Application 22256

GOULD, Benjamin mercantile traveller Brompton 1906 Application 25222

GOULD, Benjamin commercial traveller Brompton 1907 Memorial 143/457

GOULD, Benjamin commercial traveller Chief St, Brompton 1909, declared that he was 59 years old and had lived continuously in and near Brompton for 50 years Application 25640

GOULD, Benjamin mercantile traveller East St, Brompton 1910 Application 26661

GOULD, Benjamin merchant's traveller Brompton, aged 60 1910. He declared that he had lived in the township all his life Application 25825

GOULD, Benjamin commercial traveller Brompton linked with John Gould accountant Bowden and Annie Maria Gould his wife 1912 Memorial 25/467

GOULD, Benjamin formerly grocer Bowden but now commercial traveller Brompton 1918 Memorial 4/477

GOULD, Charles farmer Pine Forest 1855[-1861] Memorial 105/286

GOULD, Edmund farmer near Hatherleigh Hatherleigh (Hundred of Mt Muirhead) township allotment land grant 1888 Grant Book 31 Page 329 County Grey

GOULD, Edward of Adelaide 1857 Memorial 303/128

GOULD, Emily Louisa farmer Conmurra 1896 Memorial 192/427

No 1

GOULD, Ephraim mason Hindmarsh 1852 Memorial 358/41

GOULD, Ephraim stonemason Hindmarsh 1859[-1860] Hindmarsh Oddfellow's Lodge trustee Memorial 151/159

GOULD, Ephraim mason Bowden 1860 Memorial 278/163

GOULD, Ephraim mason Bowden 1860 Application 3823

GOULD, Ephraim formerly stonemason 1852 but now storekeeper of Hindmarsh 1863 Application 4587

GOULD, Ephraim storekeeper Bowden 1863[-1875] Memorial 107/189, Application 14356

GOULD, Ephraim storekeeper Brompton 1868[-1877] Memorial 132/228

GOULD, Ephraim innkeeper Brompton 1874 Memorial 239/275

GOULD, Ephraim storekeeper Bowden 1886. A foundation director of the Bowden and Brompton Building Society, Mr Gould gave the following information about the body - the Society was formed c1849. Trustees by August 1850 - William Henry CLARK, Frederick CRAWFORD, and James GIBSON. The company went into recess from the end of 1850 and met again some time later to encourage people to repay their mortgages, which most members did. Business had stopped because most of the members had gone to the Victorian gold diggings Application 20960

GOULD, Ephraim formerly mason Hindmarsh 1851 but now draper Bowden 1888 He declared that he was a Director of the Bowden & Brompton Building Society in 1851, wound up in the 1860s, leaving no outstanding mortgage Application 21442

GOULD, Ephraim storekeeper Bowden 1891 Memorial 220/408

GOULD, Ephraim storekeeper Hindmarsh, died 11/10/1891, of angina and pectoris collapse, aged 66 Application 22588

No 1 - likely to be the same person

GOULD, Isaac labourer Unley 1850[-1851] Memorial 472/19

GOULD, Isaac yeoman near Strathalbyn 1852 Memorial 414/44

GOULD, Isaac farmer near Strathalbyn 1854 Memorial 330/70

GOULD, John accountant Bowden and Annie Maria Gould his wife 1912 Application 26116

No 1

GOULD, Joseph farmer Adelaide 1848 Memorial 493/10 Farmer Little Para 1850 Memorial 131/25 Husband of Frances Mary Gould 1850 Memorial 40/26

GOULD, Joseph farmer Gould Creek Little Para 1852[-1855] Memorial 331/43

GOULD, Joseph Esquire Magill 1860 Memorial 118/163

GOULD, Joseph gentleman St Bernards 1860 Memorial 37/164

GOULD, Joseph Esquire St Bernards Magill 1860 Application 1447

GOULD, Joseph gentleman Ivy Cottage North Road near Adelaide 1863 Memorial 61/188

GOULD, Joseph farmer formerly of Burrow Hill Farm One Tree Hill ,then of Magill, but late of North Road Nailsworth, died 25/2/1870. His daughter, Jane GAYLARD nee Gould, and her husband Percival Gaylard, inherited his farmland in trust for life, then to their 11 children absolutely in remainder expectant - Maud Mary WHITEHORN, Emily Alice Galard, Bessie Malinda KIRK, Evan Adelaide BETHUNE, Ada Millicent PARKINSON, Percy Vigar Gaylard, and Harry Percival Gaylard. Another son, Walter Joseph Gould Gaylard farmer One Tree Hill, had died 13/5/1895, and another daughter, Frances Martha Gaylard, died 9/4/1897, both dying after the age of 21; also Ellen Amelia Gaylard died 30/3/1874 Reedbeds, of typhus, aged 14, and Alice Gaylard, died c1860 about 14 months old. Frances Mary Gould, widow of Joseph Gould, died 4/10/1875 Kensington, of lung inflammation, aged 71. Jane Gaylard died 19/8/1881, of a stomach tumor, aged 46. Her husband, Percival Gaylard, died 3/7/1901 Flinders St Adelaide, of bronchitis and 9 year heart failure, aged 69 Application 24329

GOULD, Joseph gentleman Ivy Cottage, North Rd, near Adelaide, died 25/2/1870. His wife, Frances Mary Gould, inherited all the contents of Ivy Cottage, and the right to live there or rent out the property for her lifetime, free from the control of any future husband. After her death, the property to be rented out to form a trust fund to be paid to his grandson, Joseph Gould KELLY, when he turned 21 and also inherited the farm absolutely. He was the son of Elizabeth Ann Kelly nee Gould and her husband, William Kelly, and their family. Barrow Hill Farm, situated in the Hundred of Munno Para and the Little Para Survey, to be the home of his daughter, Frances GAYLARD, and her family. They had to pay Mrs Joseph Gould £50 rent a year. Frances Gaylard then had the right to live on the farm during her lifetime, then her husband for life, then to the GAYLARD children in equal shares as tenants-in-common absolutely in remainder expectant. The Windmill Inn, together with the farm, on Section 411, to earn £500 for his granddaughter, Frances Mary JONES, daughter of Susan Jones nee Gould and Britton Tasmania Jones farmer The Reedbeds; then the property to go in trust to his daughter, Susan Jones, for her lifetime, then to his grandson, Britton Jones, absolutely in remainder expectant. If the Jones had more children, the property had to be sold and the proceeds distributed equally to these grandchildren. The William Kellys had to pay Mrs Joseph Gould £150 rent per annum for their farmland in the Hundreds of Munno Para and Grace; then the farm in trust to Elizabeth Kelly for life, then to her children in equal shares as tenants in common absolutely in remainder expectant. The rest of the real and personal estate to be sold and the money used to set up a trust fund for his daughter, Jane Gaylard, for life. The Gaylord children to inherit the land and the trust fund in equal shares as tenants-in-common absolutely in remainder expectant. A long and very complicated will of trusts etc - the above may not be correct in every detail. Estate worth £3,000 Application 27086

GOULD, Samuel draper Bowden and Julia Ann Gould his wife 1893 Application 22481

No 1

GOULD, Stephen carter Forest Saw Mills The Tiers 1853 Memorial 482/53

GOULD, Stephen carter Forest Saw Mills [Cox Creek] 1855 Memorial 394/93

GOULD, Stephen farmer Cox Creek 1854 Memorial 381/72

GOULD, Stephen of Crafers 1855 Memorial 40/81

GOULD, Stephen yeoman The Tiers near Crafers 1856 Memorial 381/96

GOULD, Stephen innkeeper Mt Barker Rd near Adelaide 1864[-1865] Memorial 14/198

GOULD, S publican Halfway House, Stirling East 1866 Memorial 124/217

GOULD, Stephen yeoman Stirling East father of Ellen Lysander SEARLES nee Gould wife of Tuson Searles butcher Stirling East 1871 Memorial 198/250

GOULD, Stephen market gardener Stirling East 1884 Application 20163

GOULD, Stephen gardener Stirling East, died 22/1/1889. His estate worth £20. He bequeathed his real estate, pt Section 46, Hundred of Noarlunga, in the District of Crafers, to his eldest son, William Gould, for life, then to such of his children whom he desired to name by deed or in his will. If he failed to do that, then all of the children of William Gould to inherit the land in equal shares as tenants-in-common Application 27515

GOULD, Thomas Astow Isaac farmer Mt Gamber 1863 Memorial 230/196

GOULD, W JP of Wolseley 1897 Memorial 124/430

No 1 - perhaps the same person

GOULD, William farmer Bugle Ranges 1851[-1854] Memorial 242/39

GOULD, William storekeeper Macclesfield 1856[-1858] Memorial 281/111

GOULD, William postmaker Macclesfield 1861 Memorial 308/170

No 2

GOULD, William retired carrier Stirling 1913 Application 26169

GOULD, William retired carrier Stirling East, died early 1927. House, livery stables and other buildings on the main road at Stirling East to his wife, Johanna Gould, for her life or during her widowhood, then to his grandson David George GOULDS (sometimes called David George MCCARTY) carrier Stirling East, a son of one of William Gould's daughters who died during her father's lifetime. Adjacent real estate to his daughters, Lucy Constance WHYTE married woman formerly of Magill now of Fullarton, and Alice Bessie BALFOUR married woman Lucknow via Bairnsdale Vic. Another piece of real estate known as the Hill Paddock to his daughter Amy HOCKING married woman Stirling West. William Gould's garden and paddock facing a district road to his son, William Hubert Gould labourer Stirling East. The trustees to sell the rest of his real and personal estate and divide the proceeds equally amongst the beneficiaries already mentioned in the will Application 27515

GOULD, William carrier Stirling East, died c1927. Wife mentioned but not named. Father of William Herbert Gould, Lucy Constance WHYTE, Alice Bessie BALFOUR, and Amy HOCKING. Grandfather of David George MCCARTY (sometimes known as David George Gould) Memorial 57/500

No 1

GOULTER, Eber and Ezra farmers Hundred of Gilbert 1857 Memorial 262/116

GOULTER, Eber farmer Gilbert River 1860[-1867] Memorial 105/162

GOULTER, Eber farmer Riverton Co Light. Hundred of Crystal Brook land grant 1879[-1882] Grant Book 60 Page 226 County Victoria

GOULTER, George farmer near Ashbourne 1886 Memorial 24/374

GOULTER, James Wallace civil servant formerly of Pt Lincoln but now of Glandore 1943 Memorials 40 & 41/517

No 1

GOURLAY, Andrew farmer Bugle Ranges Hundred of Seymour land grant 1867 Grant Book 54 Page 113 County Russell

GOURLAY, Andrew farmer Wistow 1884 Memorial 64/359

GOURLAY, Thomas Phillip storekeeper Tarcoola Out of Hundreds. Tarcoola (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1901 Grant Book 65 Page 302 County Not named

GOVER, Charles Sidney Esquire 13 Bloomsbury St off Bloomsbury Square, Middlesex, England, had bought land grants in SA, in the Wellington Special Survey and the township of Wellington, for £490 in 1842. He died 25/2/1874 Application 22383

GOVERMANN, Albert Georg Heinrich farmer near Blyth 1890 Memorial 222/401

GOVETT, Albert John Charles labourer Pt Lincoln 1951 Application 28843

GOVETT, John carter Queenstown 1874 Memorial 132/271

GOW, Archie cabinetmaker Adelaide 1881 Application 27386

GOW, John gentleman Adelaide 1897 Memorial 221/432

No 1

GOW, Robert Biggart sheep farmer Corona Station on the Barrier Range in SA in the South-Eastern District near the eastern border, and also of Menindie Darling River NSW. [Corona Station appeared to be a scattered area of leasehold properties in various places along SA's eastern boundary] 1866 Memorial 98/210

GOW, Robert Biggart stockholder Alberta Station Barrier Ranges 1867 Memorial 176/225

GOW, Robert Biggart formerly stockholder Barrier Ranges but now in parts beyond the seas, declared a bankrupt in 1872 Memorial 76/258

GOW, Walter storekeeper Truro 1858 Memorial 341/136

GOW, William engineer Gawler 1884 Application 20363

GOWANS, Louise of Macumba Well 1902 Memorial 144/447

GOWENLOCK, Robert James of Adelaide 1854[-1858] Memorial 222/74

No 1

GOWER, Abel Lewes Esquire Castlemalgwyn, Co Pembroke, Wales, died 27/6/1849, leaving an estate of £7,000. He left his wife, Elizabeth Gower, the estate absolutely Deposit 242/1858

GOWER, Elizabeth widow of Castlemalgwyn, Co Cardigan, South Wales, power of attorney to James SMITH of the firm of Giles & Smith, Adelaide, to manage the SA business affairs of her late husband 19/7/1856. She had previously appointed a David OGILVIE Esquire Melbourne as an attorney Deposit 206/1858

GOWER, Allan company manager Semaphore 1913 Memorial 57/469

No 1

GOWER, Erasmus clerk to Messrs GWYNNE & LAWRENCE solicitors Adelaide 1849 Memorial 332/19

GOWER, Erasmus gentleman Fullarton 1850 Memorial 141/25

Clerk to Messrs FENN & WEARING solicitors Adelaide 1853 Memorial 159/47

GOWER, Erasmus solicitor Woodside 1856 Memorial 244/100

GOWER, Erasmus solicitor Adelaide 1857 Memorial 4/155

GOWER, Erasmus solicitor formerly of Adelaide but now of Woodside near Balhannah 1859 Memorial 5/155

GOWER, Erasmus solicitor Mt Barker 1863 Memorial 72/190

GOWER, Erasmus solicitor Clare 1870[-1875] Memorial 201/244

GOWER, Ernest contractor Auburn Co Stanley. Hundred of Cotton land grant 1911 Grant Book 12 Page 125 County Chandos

GOWER, George labourer Springfield [Hundred of Barossa] 1870 Memorial 131/250

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

GOWER, James the Elder and James the Younger farmers Lyndoch Valley 1860 Memorial 232/169

GOWER, James the Elder farmer Mt Caddy near Williamstown, died 31/5/1884. He bequeathed estate to his children - James Gower the Younger farmer Williamstown, Mary VINALL wife of Edward Vinall farmer Williamstown, Amy SANDS wife of Samuel Sands labourer Williamstown, Ellie WILSON wife of Edmund Major Wilson vigneron Williamstown and Eliza BOOMER wife of John Boomer teamster Williamstown Memorial 249/361

GOWER, James the Elder stockholder Mt Caddy Section 569 Mt Crawford Hundred of Barossa, died 31/5/1884. His estate worth £75. His executors George Thomas COLLINS storekeeper Williamstown and Rudolph Otto MESSNER cabinetmaker Williamstown to divide his real estate (between the main road and Victoria Creek) into five equal parts, to be handed to the testator's son, James Gower the Younger [stockholder Williamstown] and his daughters, Mary VINALL, Amy SANDS, Ellie WILSON and Eliza BOOMER, with Mary Vinall's portion to join that of her husband's William Edward Vinall [farmer Williamstown], over the hill. All the testator's personal estate to be sold by public auction and the proceeds distributed equally amongst his five children Application 22995

GOWER, John W deacon in charge Echunga 1872 Memorial 140/261

No 1

GOWER, Stephen carpenter Adelaide 1839 Application 24072

GOWER, Stephen publican Lyndoch Valley 1852 Memorial 313/44

GOWER, Stephen publican Lord Lyndoch Hotel Lyndoch Valley, died c1852 Memorial 87/121

GOWER, Sarah Ann widow Lyndoch, died. She left a quarter of her estate to her youngest daughter, Albenia Gower, a quarter to her youngest son, Stephen Frederick Gower and the remaining half of the estate to be divided equally amongst the five eldest children 1869 Memorial 189/243

No 1

GOWER, William storekeeper Lyndoch 1869 Memorial 163/237

GOWER, William storekeeper’s assistant Lyndoch 1881 Application 18622

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

GOWLAND, George farmer Mt Torrens 1880 Application 18057

GOWLAND, George the Younger linked with Section 125 Hundred of Mobilong Co Sturt 1887 Memorial 56/386

GOWLING, Alfred Edward blacksmith Alberton 1913 Application 26194

GOWLING, Harry Cumming farmer The Hermitage 1896 Memorial 223/427

GOWLING, Harry William Walton foreman 9 Glengyle St, Woodville North 1955 Application 29142

No 1 - perhaps the same person

GOWLING, John builder Le Fevre Peninsula 1871 Application 11446

GOWLING, John ironmonger Alberton 1913 Application 26194

GOWLING, William gardener Mt Compass Hundred of Nangkita land grant 1901 Grant Book 37 Page 16 County Hindmarsh

GOWLING, William Mead licensed victualler Highbury 1913 Application 26194

No 1

GOWLING, William Steel farmer Georgetown. Georgetown (Hundred of Bundaleer) township allotment land grant Jan 1872 Grant Book 60 Page 78 County Victoria

GOWLING, William Steel farmer Gulnare. Laura (Hundred of Booyoolie) township allotment land grant Nov 1872 Grant Book 60 Page 452 County Victoria

GOWLING, William Steel farmer Glanville Co Adelaide. Hundred of Yangya land grant Mar 1874 Grant Book 60 Page 86 County Victoria

No 1 - the same family

GOWMAN, James sailmaker Adelaide (North St, off Currie St) 1840 Labourer Adelaide (North St) 1841 Application 2973

GOWMAN, James gentleman Adelaide 1851 Memorial 276/31

GOWMAN, James of Adelaide 1853 Memorial 484/47

GOWMAN, James died 6/2/1853 McLaren Vale. He left his estate to his wife, Ann Gowman, for the benefit of her and their children. If Ann Gowman remarried, the estate to be divided equally amongst their three daughters - Jane, Maria and Ellen. Anne Gowman remarried to a Mr PACKER. Maria Gowman spinster lived at Birkin St, Eastwood in 1902 Application 24381

GOWMAN, Ann widow Noarlunga 1853 Memorial 387/53

GOWMAN, Ann widow Adelaide, remarried and was a widow again by 1873. Family - Anne PACKER widow Adelaide, together with her daughters, Jane and Maria Gowman spinsters Adelaide, and Ellen BERMINGHAM wife of John Bermingham bootmaker Adelaide 1873 Memorial 96/308

No 1

GOWNE, Edwin Dare shepherd Mt Bryan. Hundred of Kingston land grant 1875 Grant Book 8 Page 177 County Burra

GOWNE, Edwin Dare licensed victualler Bassett Town 1879 Memorial 67/319

GOWNE, Edwin Dare licensed victualler Adelaide (King William 1V Hotel) 1879 Memorial 154/319

No 1

GOYDER, George Woodroffe gentleman Adelaide 1856 Memorial 309/112

GOYDER, George Woodroffe Surveyor-General Medindie 1863 Memorial 193/187

GOYDER, George Woodroffe gentleman Adelaide, power of attorney to Richard Gimbert WILKINSON gentleman Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 7/2/1871 Deposit 12/1871

GOYDER, George Woodroffe surveyor Medindie 1873 Application 12656

No 1

GOYEN, John blacksmith and ironfounder Adelaide (Pt TAs 68 & 69) 1877 Memorials 204 & 205/296

GOYEN, John engineer and founder Adelaide 1878 Grant Book 18 Page 4 County Eyre

GOYEN, John engineer Adelaide 1897 Memorial 249/429

GOYMOUR, James Newman gentleman Adelaide 1881 Memorial 22/334, Application 18708

No 1

GOYMOUR, John Nunn storekeeper One Tree Hill in the Sources of the Little Para 1867 Memorial 93/222

GOYMOUR, JN of Mt Gambier 1878 Memorial 169/311

GOYMOUR, John Nunn clerk Mt Gambier 1882 Memorial 213/345

GOYMOUR, JN accountant Mt Gambier 1882 Memorial 230/341

GOYMOUR, John Nunn clerk Mt Gambier 1887 Application 21268

GOYMOUR, John Nunn auctioneer Mt Gambier 1890 Application 21954

No 1

GOZZARD, George baker Gawler 1850[-1861]. Gawler Wesleyan Methodist Church trustee Enrolment 41/8

GOZZARD, George storekeeper Gawler, died c1862. Husband of Charlotte Pell Gozzard. Other executor; Edwin MARTIN government clerk Norwood Memorial 335/187

GRAAF, August baker Orange St, Norwood 1872 Application 12076

No 1

GRACE, Alexander gentleman Norwood 1855[-1856] Memorial 188/92

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

GRACE, Alexander gentleman Gawler 1858 Memorial 264/146

GRACE, Alexander Esquire Robe 1860 Memorial 195/164

GRACE, Alexander bank manager Robe Mt Gambier township allotment land grant 1861 Grant Book 29 Page 200 County Grey

GRACE, Alexander formerly of SA but now of 5 Adams Court, London, Middlesex, England 1877 Memorial 201/314

GRACE, Charles farmer Tothill Creek 1866 Memorial 110/234

GRACE, Charles Wilkinson grocer Macclesfield 1862 Application 2894

No 1

GRACE, Edward farmer Dry Creek 1846 Memorial 254/6

GRACE, Edward tailor Durham Village (Section 1571 Dry Creek Special Survey) 1849[-1854] Memorial 435/14 Farmer Dry Creek 1851 Memorial 156/29 Farmer Upper Dry Ceek 1854 Memorial 415/70

GRACE, Edward farmer Durham village near Dry Creek 1850 Memorial 253/106

GRACE, Edward farmer formerly of Durham Village Upper Dry Creek but now of Tothill Creek 1865 Memorial 239/202

GRACE, Edward yeoman Tothill Creek 1867 Memorial 195/220

GRACE, Edward farmer formerly of Dry Creek but now of Tothill Creek 1861. He could not write Application 2237

No 1

GRACE, Frederick William greengrocer Leasingham 1912 Application 26153

GRACE, Frederick William gardener and fruit hawker Auburn 195, declared that he had been born at Tothill Creek in 1870, 'but there is some doubt regarding the exact date of my birthday owing to records having been destroyed' Application 29075

No 1

GRACE, James farmer Sheaoak Log 1862 Memorial 1/183

GRACE, James farmer Narridy. Hundred of Narridy land grant 1874 Grant Book 60 Page 249 County Victoria

GRACE, James farmer Sheaoak Log Co Light. Hundred of Narridy land grant 1876[-1877] Grant Book 60 Page 251 County Victoria

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

GRACE, John farmer Sheaoak Log 1865 Memorial 42/204

GRACE, John Joseph farmer Sheaoak Log 1864[-1869] Memorial 49/196

No 1

GRACE, Patrick farmer Salt Creek Plain [Gawler township allotment purchase] 1850 Memorial 453/39

GRACE, Patrick farmer Co Light 1851 Memorial 234/38

GRACE, Patrick farmer Sheaoak Log 1854[-1860] Memorial 92/75

GRACE, Patrick of Greenock Creek 1856 Memorial 176/96

GRACE, Patrick farmer Sheaoak Log. Sheaoak Log Public School trustee 1856 Memorial 287/110

GRACE, Patrick farmer Sheaoak Log 1862 Application 3360

GRACE, Reuben Edward farmer Watervale 1896[-1923] Memorial 28/428

GRACE, William farmer Sheaoak Log 1853[-1854] Memorial 119/61

GRADENHORST, Heinrich Wilhelm merchant Adelaide 1848 Memorial 251/13

No 1 – perhaps the same person

GRADY, Hugh farm labourer The Sturt near Adelaide 1864 Application 4908

GRADY, Hugh labourer Gulnare Plains. Hundred of Yangya land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 88 County Victoria

GRADY, Hugh of Georgetown Co Victoria. Hundred of Tarcowie land grant 1880 Grant Book 13 Page 46 County Dalhousie

GRADY, Mary widow Tothill Creek 1862 Application 3299

GRADY, Michael and William farmers Tothill Creek 1868[-1872] Memorial 233/234

No 1 - likely to be the same person

GRAEBER, August farmer near Woodside 1873[-1875] Memorial 207/270

GRAEBER, Friedrich August farmer near Woodside 1877 Application 15862

No 1 - likely to be the same person

GRAEBER, Carl and Wilhelm farmers Harrogate on the Bremer 1887 Memorial 66/385

GRAEBER, C farmer Rockleigh 1904 Application 24766

No 1 - likely to be the same person

GRAEFE/GRAFE/GRÄFE, Eduard Heinrich baker Kooringa 1864 Memorial 29/193

GRAEFE/GRAFE/GRÄFE, Eduard Heinrich confectioner Adelaide 1877 Memorial 227/307

GRAEFE/GRAFE/GRÄFE, Eduard Heinrich restaurant keeper Adelaide (King William St) 1879 Memorial 55/318

GRAEFE/GRAFE/GRÄFEE, Ernst Wilhelm farmer Black Rock near Kooringa Co Burra. Hundred of Morgan land grant 1898 Grant Book 13 Page 420 County Dalhousie

GRAEFE/GRAFE/GRÄFE, Jacob August baker Norwood 1863 Application 4760

No 1

GRAEFE/GRAFE/GRÄFE, Johann Gottlob farmer Section 82 Hundred of Nuriootpa 1850[-1853] Memorial 217/27

GRAEFE/GRAFE/GRÄFE, Johann Gottlob farmer Stony Vale 1855 Memorial 87/93

GRAEFE/GRAFE/GRÄFE, Johann Gottlob farmer formerly of Stony Valley Hundred of Nuriootpa but now of Greenock Creek 1857 Memorial 176/117

GRAEFE/GRAFE/GRÄFE, Johanne Gottlob farmer Section 82 Hundred of Nuriootpa 1861 Memorial 32/174

GRAEFE/GRAFE/GRÄFE, Johann Gottlob farmer Bethel 1867 Memorial 21/219

GRAETZ, Bernhard Heinrich storekeeper Springton 1942 Memorial 137/516

GRAETZ, Carl Friedrich Eduard farmer Tanunda 1853 Memorial 327/57

GRAETZ (misspelt as GRAITZ), Johann Friedrich August farmer Evandale near Angaston 1855 Memorial 98/88

GRAETZ, Rudolph Ferdinand farmer North Rhine. Lake Killalpaninna Lutheran Mission trustee 1885 Memorial 153/378

GRAF, August farm labourer Wilmington 1887 Memorial 8/382

GRAF/GRAFE, Wilhelm storekeeper Blumberg 1857[-1861] Memorial 200/125

GRAFF, Albert Victor grocer Walkerville Co Adelaide. Hundred of Parilla land grant 1910 Grant Book 12 Page 96 County Chandos

GRAFTON, William Marshall gentleman Kent Town 1887 Memorial 111/388

GRAGHTY, Edmond smelter Kapunda 1859 Memorial 60/156

No 1

GRAHAM, Abraham accountant Goolwa 1858 Memorial 106/132

GRAHAM, Abraham land agent Goolwa 1858 Memorial 338/143

GRAHAM, Abraham farmer Goolwa 1860 Application 1875

GRAHAM, Abraham shipping agent Goolwa 1861[-1890] Memorial 195/176, Application 3473

GRAHAM, Abraham agent Goolwa 1875. His wife was the former Miss Agnes MCHARG Applications 14468 & 14539

GRAHAM, A JP agent Goolwa 1876[-1878] Memorial 40/295

GRAHAM, Abraham shipowner Goolwa 1886 Memorial 199/379

GRAHAM, Abraham accountant Goolwa 1891 Application 22053

GRAHAM, Abraham shipowner and shipping agent Goolwa 1892 Application 22419

GRAHAM, A agent Goolwa and Mary Graham his wife 1898 Memorial 189/436

GRAHAM, Abraham shipping agent Goolwa and Mary Graham his wife 1899 Memorial 100/445

GRAHAM, Abraham commission agent Goolwa, died 12/2/1903, of internal cancer and jaundice, aged 73 Memorial100/461, Deposit 39/1909

GRAHAM, Alexander schoolmaster Bull Creek 1868 Memorial 209/229

GRAHAM, Andrew labourer Melrose 1878 Application 16951

No 1

GRAHAM, Andrew Noble farmer One Tree Hill in the Sources of the Little Para Co Adelaide. Hundred of Caltowie land grant 1879 Grant Book 60 Page 191 County Victoria

GRAHAM, Andrew Noble farmer Cradock 1887 Memorial 80/383

GRAHAM, Andrew Noble farmer Yednalue Hundred of Wirreanda land grant 1911 Grant Book 28 Page 3 County Granville

GRAHAM, Ann Jane spinster Goolwa, aged 65 in 1936. She had lived her whole life at Goolwa, and owned land to graze stock. Her father, James Graham, died c1894. Daughter of Jane Graham. May Graham spinster Largs Bay, Isabel Ruby WELLINGTON married woman Alberton, Barbara Dell EVANS of Glenelg were her sisters. George Graham formerly miller Goolwa, late foreman miller Orroroo, who died 9/7/1925, was a step-brother Application 27981

No 1

GRAHAM, Arthur storekeeper Saddleworth 1886[-1888] Memorial 62/378

GRAHAM, Arthur out of business Saddleworth 1889 Memorial 124/398

GRAHAM, Benjamin yeoman Adelaide 1841 Application 6836

GRAHAM, Charles Ross munition worker Wright St, Croydon 1943[-1952] Memorial 145/517, Application 28906

No 1

GRAHAM, Charles William labourer Pt Augusta 1897 Memorial 37/430

GRAHAM, Charles William of Pt Augusta and Elizabeth Mary Graham his wife 1897 Memorial 168/433

GRAHAM, David engineman Pt Lincoln 1948 Memorial 192/522

No 1

GRAHAM, Donald mariner Pt Adelaide 1858 Memorial 224/145

GRAHAM, Donald mariner formerly of Pt Adelaide 1858 now of the Portland Estate 1866. Linked with Murdo Graham mariner Portland Estate Application 7420

GRAHAM, Duncan farmer Port Road 1853[-1855] Memorial 123/47

GRAHAM, Elas auctioneer Adelaide, GRAHAM, Thomas ironmonger Adelaide and GRAHAM, William Johnston sheep farmer near Strathalbyn 1903 Application 24554

GRAHAM, Elizabeth Margaret Josephine nurse Adelaide, 'being about to leave the said state for service on the side of the British Empire as a nurse in the war now being waged in Europe where I shall reside for some time', power of attorney to her sister, Helena Louisa Bridget GRAHAM spinster Clare, to manage her business affairs during her absence 2/5/1915 Deposit 34/1915

No 1

GRAHAM, Frederick Malcolm gentleman Yankalilla 1880 Memorial 26/331

GRAHAM, Frederick Malcolm gentleman Yankalilla was related to Harry Robert Graham gentleman 8 Marble Arch, Middlesex, England 1897 Application 23315

No 1

GRAHAM, Frederick William licensed victualler Walkerville and Alice Kate Graham his wife [nee SOWTER] 1893 Memorial 15/416

GRAHAM, Frederick William blacksmith formerly of Walkerville but now of Perth WA 1900 Memorial 232/441

GRAHAM, Alice Kate wife of Frederick William GRAHAM blacksmith of WA, power of attorney to Ellen SOUTH wife of James Henry SOUTH blacksmith Adelaide, to conduct all her business affairs while she was absent from SA 29/5/1900 Deposit 97/1900

No 1

GRAHAM, George gentleman Adelaide 1842 Memorial 230/240

No 2

GRAHAM, George carpenter Strathalbyn 1850[-1854]. Family link with WP WILLIAMS? Enrolment 83/41

GRAHAM, George farmer Long Valley near Strathalbyn 1869 Application 9705

GRAHAM, George farmer Long Valley near Strathalbyn linked with M Graham of the same place 1887 Memorial 221/383

GRAHAM, George farmer Long Valley 1877 Memorial 117/298

GRAHAM, George farmer Long Valley near Strathalbyn and Margaret Paterson Graham his wife. Mary S Graham mentioned but not described 1893 Memorial 48/417

GRAHAM, Margaret spinster Long Valley near Strathalbyn, died 6/1/1877 intestate. Letters of administration to her father, George Graham farmer Long Valley, for her estate. Estate worth £200 1896 Application 23101

No 3

GRAHAM, George labourer Pt Pirie 1899 Application 23876

No 1

GRAHAM, George Peter gasworks manager Strathalbyn 1879 Memorial 14/318

GRAHAM, George Peter labourer formerly of Strathalbyn but now of Mt Gambier 1882 Memorial 214/340

GRAHAM, Harry Robert Esquire and Louisa Maude Graham spinster both of St Leonards on Sea, Sussex, England children of the late John Benjamin Graham [formerly of Adelaide] 1877 Memorial 171/304

GRAHAM, Incah ?? farmer Port Road 1851 Memorial 23/34

No 1

GRAHAM, James farmer Graham’s Hall SA 1847 Memorial 465/11

No 2 - possibly a continuation of No 1

GRAHAM, James farmer Glen Osmond 1849 Memorial 350/20

GRAHAM, James farmer Section 272 Co Adelaide and Margaret Graham his wife 1850[-1852] Memorial 62/407

GRAHAM, James farmer Section 272 Co Adelaide [probably Hundred of Noarlunga], died 4/4/1852. His widow, Margaret Graham, died 27/7/1888 Memorial 54/408

GRAHAM, James farmer Hillside Section 272 O'Halloran Hill, died 4/4/1852. Estate worth £400. He left his estate in trust to his wife, Margaret Graham, for life or during her widowhood, then to his children in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant - Janet, Margaret, Mary, Agnes, Isabella and John Robert Graham Application 23307

GRAHAM, Margaret widow O'Halloran Hill 1860 Application 1619

GRAHAM, Margaret widow Hillside, O'Halloran Hill 1854[-1858] Memorial 224/75 Relict of the late James Graham formerly a farmer but now deceased Memorial 221/82

GRAHAM, Margaret widow Tapley Hill 1861 Memorial 144/177

GRAHAM, Margaret widow formerly of O'Halloran Hill but now of Walkerville 1865 Memorial 94/202

GRAHAM, Margaret widow North Adelaide, died 27/7/1888. Mother of Margaret Graham spinster North Adelaide Memorial 156/394

No 1

GRAHAM, James farmer Binnum Hundred of Binnum land grant 1882 Grant Book 29 Page 148 County MacDonnell

GRAHAM, James gentleman Frances Hundred of Binnum land grant 1884 Grant Book 29 Page 149 County MacDonnell

No 1

GRAHAM, James farmer Magpie Creek, died befoe 1902. Executors; Oliver Arthur Graham and James Lindsay Graham Application 24366

GRAHAM, Melania Violet Maud born 29/6/1884 Magpie Creek near Brinkworth and GRAHAM, Ruth Eliza Olive born 7/7/1887 near Rochester, daughters of James Graham farmer and his wife, Sarah Ann nee AIKEN. Another daughter, Edith Rebecca Graham, died 26/4/1906 Magpie Creek, of pulmonary tuberculosis, aged 29. James Graham himself had died 1901 by this time Application 25566

No 1

GRAHAM, John of Saddleworth Co Light. Hundred of Tarcowie land grant 1879 Grant Book 13 Page 45 County Dalhousie

No 2

GRAHAM, John farmer One Tree Hill in the Sources of the Little Para Co Adelaide. Hundred of Caltowie land grant 1880 Grant Book 60 Page 192 County Victoria

No 3

GRAHAM, John hawker Cottonville. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1906 Grant Book 2 Page 15 County Adelaide

No 1

GRAHAM, John Benjamin storekeeper Adelaide (Hindley St). He leased Pt TA 52 containing a 'messuage or dwelling house and store with the Iron Store and outhouses' at £104 a year for 21 years 1844 Memorial 183/4

GRAHAM, John Benjamin Esquire formerly of Prospect House near Adelaide but now of London, Middlesex, England 1850 Memorial 146/37

GRAHAM, John Benjamin Esquire Lavender Sweep, Clapham Common, Surrey, England, power of attorney to John ADAMS Esquire Prospect House near Adelaide, and failing him Henry AYERS Secretary to the Burra Burra Mine Adelaide, to sell his SA real estate 31/8/1853 Deposit 158/OA

GRAHAM, John Benjamin Esquire formerly of Prospect House near Adelaide but now of Clapham Common near London, Middlesex, England 1854 Memorial 67/67

GRAHAM, John Benjamin Esquire Lavender Sweep, Clapham, Surrey, England 1854. Enrolment 33/34

GRAHAM, John Benjamin Esquire formerly of Prospect House near Adelaide but now of Clapham Common near London, England 1855[-1856] Memorial 40/98

GRAHAM, John Benjamin Esquire Frankfurt/Main, Germany 1857 Memorial 325/122

GRAHAM, John Benjamin gentleman of Frankfurt/Main, Germany but at present in Adelaide 1858 Memorial 50/138

GRAHAM, John Benjamin gentleman Frankfurt-am-Main, Germany, but at present in SA, power of attorney to Henry AYERS gentleman Adelaide, to manage his SA business interests 10/5/1858 Deposit 158/OA.

GRAHAM, John Benjamin Esquire Warrior Square, Hastings, Sussex, England 1876 Memorial 167/303

No 1

GRAHAM, John Robert farmer Hundred of Wandearah trustee unnamed Chapel Hundred of Wandearah Hundred of Wandearah land grant 1879 Grant Book 60 Page 325 County Victoria

GRAHAM, John Robert farmer North Adelaide 1887[-1888] Memorial 181/382

GRAHAM, John Robert farmer Adelaide Hundred of Wandearah land grant 1883 Grant Book 60 Page 327 County Victoria

No 1

GRAHAM, Joseph farmer Ardrossan 1890 Memorial 187/432

No 2

GRAHAM, Joseph licensed victualler General Bolivar Hotel Burton 1906 Memorial 79/455

GRAHAM, Lendrum of Mt Lock Hundred of Caltowie land grant 1882 Grant Book 60 Page 194 County Victoria

GRAHAM, Margaret Ann farmer Long Valley near Strathalbyn formerly MA CRAIGIE 1891 Memorial 108/408

GRAHAM, Mary Elizabeth farmer McLaren Vale, died 8/4/1876, of apoplexy, 4343aged 62 Informant: William Henry HAMMOND farmer McLaren Vale 43Application 15973

No 1

GRAHAM, Peter farmer Magill 1844 Memorial 304/12

No 2 - likely to be a continuation of No 1

GRAHAM, Peter farmer Adelaide 1848 Memorial 317/16 Farmer Gawler Plains 1849 Memorial 319/16

GRAHAM, Peter farmer Gawler Plains 1851 Hundred of Gilbert land grant Memorial 237/95

GRAHAM, Peter farmer Saddleworth 1854[-1857] Memorial 196/62

GRAHAM, Peter farmer near Riverton 1864 Memorial 129/199

GRAHAM, Philip Alexander schoolmaster Bull Creek 1867 Memorial 125/223

No 1

GRAHAM, Reginald George retired Goolwa,aged 74 in 1956 Application 29196

GRAHAM, Reginald George retired hotelkeeper Goolwa 1959 Application 29333

GRAHAM, Reginald George retired publican Goolwa 1961, declared that he had been born on 30/9/1881 and had lived in Goolwa all his life Application 29422

No 1

GRAHAM, Richard farmer now or late residing in Scotland. Husband of Mary Graham of Hambledon Farm near Noarlunga. Linked with George Peter HAMMOND farmer Noarlunga, Lydia PAVY wife of William Pavy miller Milang and Caroline HAMMOND spinster Hambledon Farm near Noarlunga 1857 Memorial 307/127

GRAHAM, Mary, died 7/4/1876. Linked with Lydia PAVY wife of William Pavy miller Milang and Caroline HAMMOND spinster Hambledon Farm near McLaren Vale Memorial 245/297

No 1

GRAHAM, Robert merchant Sydney NSW 1852 Memorial 389/40

No 2

GRAHAM, Robert carter Kensington 1866 Memorial 70/215

GRAHAM, Robert labourer Adelaide 1868 Memorial 245/237

No 3

GRAHAM, Robert schoolmaster Clare 1868 Memorial 30/234

GRAHAM, Robert teacher Clare Co Stanley. Laura (Hundred of Booyoolie) township allotment land grant 1872 Grant Book 60 Page 452 County Victoria

GRAHAM, Robert publican Clare 1883 Application 19937

GRAHAM, Robert vigneron Clare, died 10/5/1907. Husband of Anna Maria Graham. Father of Mary Catherine YOUNG widow Clare, Elizabeth Margaret Josephine Graham and Helena Louisa Bridget Graham spinsters Clare. Estate worth £2,500 Memorial 189/457

GRAHAM, Robert vigneron Clare, died 10/5/1907. Husband of Anna Maria Graham. Father of Mary Catherine YOUNG widow Clare, Helena Louisa Bridget Graham spinster Clare and Elizabeth Margaret Josephine Graham spinster formerly of Clare but now in parts beyond the seas all by 1915 Memorial 32/473

GRAHAM, RC JP clerk Adelaide 1923 Memorial 106/488

GRAHAM, Robert Johnson farmer Yednalue 1900 Memorial 54/440

No 1

GRAHAM, Robert Wilson farmer Tarcowie trustee Tarcowie Cemetery 1885 Grant Book 13 Page 53 County Dalhousie

GRAHAM, Robert Wilson farmer Tarcowie. Hundred of Pekina land grant 1896 Grant Book 13 Page 171 County Dalhousie

No 1

GRAHAM, Thomas farmer the Angas 1855 Memorial 29/86

GRAHAM, Thomas farmer Angas Plains 1861 Memorial 156/175

GRAHAM, Thomas farmer formerly of Angas Plains but now of Blackwood 1879 Memorial 50/317

GRAHAM, Walter store and boarding house keeper Pt Augusta 1877 Application 16417

No 1

GRAHAM, William shepherd Adelaide 1840 Application 10283

GRAHAM, William shepherd Adelaide 1854 Memorial 300/63

No 2

GRAHAM, William farmer near Gawler 1847 Memorial 215/9

GRAHAM, William farmer Lyndoch Valley 1847[-1853] Memorial 134/9 Farmer Gawler River 1849[-1853] Memorial 235/15

No 3

GRAHAM, William postmaster Kadina and Emily Graham his wife 1864 Memorial 203/198

GRAHAM, William storekeeper Kadina and Emily Graham his wife a daughter of the late Richard TROTT formerly gentleman Unley now deceased 1865 Memorial 241/209

No 4

GRAHAM, William agent Adelaide Minlaton township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 19 Page 199 County Fergusson

No 5

GRAHAM, William station master Eyre's Sand Patch WA 1889 Memorial 205/396

GRAHAM, William Hamilton farmer Morchard 1902 Book 13 Page 266 County Dalhousie

GRAHAM, William Johnston sheepfarmer Blackwood Park near Macclesfield 1903 Memorial 133/449

No 1

GRAINGER, Charles Esquire 25 Wellington St, Islington, Middlesex, England, one of the liquidators appointed to wind up the Bon Accord Copper Mining Co Ltd and the Yorke Peninsula Mining Company Ltd 1865 Memorial 319/200

GRAINGER, C Secretary to the York Peninsula Mining Co Ltd 1876[-1884] Memorial 80/302

GRAINGER, Henry of independent means 13 Parade Leamington, Co Warwick, England, died 24/11/1889, of senile decay and one week’s congestion of the lungs, aged 87. His wife, C Grainger, was present at the death and informed the Registrar. Deposit 107/1891

GRAINGER, Henry Allerdale journalist Adelaide 1885 Memorial 130/370

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

GRAINGER, John the Younger Esquire Morphett Vale 1843 Memorial 370/2

GRAINGER, John gentleman Springfield Cottage near Adelaide 1845 Memorial 324/5 Springfield Cottage near Brownhill Creek 1846 Memorial 128/14

GRAINGER, John Esquire Springfield Cottage near Adelaide 1851 Memorial 471/34

GRAINGER, John the Younger Esquire Mitcham 1852 Memorial 275/45

GRAINGER, John MLC Mitcham 1852 Memorial 4/39

GRAINGER, John Esquire Gable Ends near Mitcham 1854 Memorial 316/61

GRAINGER, John Esquire formerly of The Grange near Adelaide but now of parts beyond the seas 1856 Memorial 451/99

GRAINGER, John the Younger Esquire formerly of South Australia but now absent therefrom 1857 Memorial 60/125

GRAINGER, John the Younger Esquire formerly of Stepney but now of Irey, Co Cumberland, England 1859 Memorial 74/158

GRAINGER, John Esquire formerly of Mitcham but now of 5 Sowerby Tce, Bridlington Quay, Yorks, England 1866[-1873] Memorial 47/213

GRAINGER, John Esquire Sowerby Tce, Bridlington Quay, Yorks, England, died 5/12/1872 Memorial 159/285

GRAINGER, John Esquire Sowerby Tce, Bridlington Quay, Yorks, died 5/12/1872. His estate into trust to Henry Grainger merchant late of Bedford House, Eltham Road, Lee, Kent, now of Cheltenham, Glos; Frederick William Grainger Esquire Belrise Torre Park, Torquay, Devon; and Henry LAMING merchant 4 Arrarat Road, Richmond, Surrey. Power of attorney to Edward Amand WRIGHT merchant Adelaide, to manage J Grainger’s SA estate 13/1/1874 Deposit 89/1874

GRAMP, Alexander William Thorold Esquire Tyeka 1855 Memorial 231/94

GRAMP, Johann farmer Section 825 Co Adelaide 1846. Wiltshire Special Survey land purches Memorial 351/12

GRAMP, Johann Ehrhard orchardist Angaston 1909 Memorial 65/462

GRANDFIELD, Barnet labourer Alberton 1849 Memorial 480/18

GRANDFIELD, Barnet labourer Alberton, died 13/3/1850 Pt Adelaide intestate, through accidental drowning while bathing, aged 22. William Wyatt Coroner. His only child, Barnet John Grandfield, born 28/2/1850 Alberton, only several weeks before his father died. The mother, Ann Grandfield nee WRIGHT went to live at Queenstown before the birth was registered, probably with Elizabeth HAWKINS wife of John Hawkins labourer Queenstown. Ann Grandfield remarried to a Mr TAPP, but she was widowed again by 1879. At this date, her son, Barnet Grandfield was a clerk of Queenstown. William GIBB carrier Queenstown 1879, said he had lived in the district for 31 years and knew the Grandfield family well Application 17704.

No 1

GRANDFIELD, Barnet John clerk Pt Adelaide 1871 Application 11768

GRANDFIELD, BJ clerk Queenstown 1882 Memorial 70/341

GRANDFIELD, Barnet John clerk Queenstown 1884[-1886] Application 20350, Memorial 72/378

GRANE, Joseph clerk to Messrs ANDREWS & BONNIN solicitors Adelaide 1860 Memorial 29/167

GRANEY, Alice Ann married woman Milang 1945 Application 28427

No 1

GRANEY, John farmer Hundred of Mayurra Hundred of Mayurra land grant 1885[-1892] Grant Book 31 Page 232 County Grey

GRANEY, John farmer Mayurra 1886[-1891] Memorial 62/379

GRANGE, Christopher carpenter Adelaide (Franklin St) 1850 Memorial 446/19

No 1

GRANLEESE, John money broker Adelaide 1896 Memorial 211/427

GRANLEESE, John financier Adelaide 1897 Memorial 19/432

No 1

GRANT, AW land agent Adelaide 1879 Memorial 109/313

No 2 - likely to be a continuation of No 1

GRANT, AW clerk to Messrs TOLLEY & TOLLEY wine and spirit merchants Adelaide 1897 Memorial 174/430

GRANT, AW clerk to Messrs TOLLEY & TOLLEY solicitors Adelaide 1901[-1923] Memorial 53/443

GRANT, Albert William managing law clerk to Frank Gordon TOLLEY solicitor Adelaide (19-21 Cowra Chambers, Grenfell St, Adelaide) 1913 Memorial 107/468

GRANT, Albert William formerly managing clerk to Messrs TOLLEY & TOLLEY solicitors for 30 years; from March 1924 managing clerk to Lloyd Tolley solicitor Albion House, Waymouth St, Adelaide 1926 Application 27442

No 1

GRANT, Alexander Esquire Little Para 1853 Memorial 460/55

No 2

GRANT, Alexander miner Acacia Dam 1891 Memorial 6/410

No 1

GRANT, Alexander William Thorold Esquire Glenthorold Co Adelaide 1845 Memorial 428/4

GRANT, Alexander William Thorold sheep farmer South Para 1847 Memorial 171/9 Esquire Tyeka South Para 1852[-1853]. He owned 14 river front sections of land along the South Para River Enrolment 75/45

GRANT, Alexander William Thorald Esquire South Para Hundred of Munno Para 1850 Memorial 105/23 Esquire Gawler late 1850 Memorial 267/25 Estate named Tyeka 1850 Memorial 254/27

GRANT, Alexander William Thorald Esquire Tyeka South Para 1851 Memorial 450/39

GRANT, Alexander William Thorold Esquire Tyeka near Gawler 1852 Memorial 191/44

GRANT, Alexander William Thorold Esquire Tyeka on the North Para 1853[-1854] Memorial 123/57

GRANT, Alexander William Thorold Esquire formerly of Tyeka South Para but now of the Island of Jersey 1855 Memorial 195/92

GRANT, Alexander William Thorold Esquire Coonatto 1856 Memorial 248/99

GRANT, Alexander William Thorold Esquire formerly of Tyeka but now of Woolflee near Jedburgh, Scotland gave power of attorney to Frederick Augustus Grant Esquire Coonatto to deal with his business affairs while he was absent from the province of SA 1857 Memorial 250/157

GRANT, Alexander William Thorold and Frederick Augustus stockholders Coonatto Mt Remarkable Hundred of Woolundunga land grant 1859 Grant Book 23 Page 3 County Frome

GRANT, Alexander William Thorold and Frederick Augustus Esquires Coonatto near Mt Remarkable 1860 Memorial 36/188

GRANT, Alexander William Thorold sheepfarmer Kanyaka. Kanyaka (Hundred of Kanyaka) township allotment land grant 1863 Grant Book 66 Page 112 County Newcastle

GRANT, Alexander William Thorold Esquire Tyeka 1869 Memorial 119/242 [He returned to England where he inherited Weelsby House near Great Grimsby Lincs from his uncle Richard Thorold and changed his name to AWT Grant-Thorold]

GRANT-THOROLD, Alexander William Grant Thorold Esquire formerly of Bonjedward, Co Roxborough, Scotland, but now  of Weelsby House near Great Grimsby, Lincs, England [AWT Grant must have inherited Weelsby House from his kinsman, Richard Thorold (who invested in SA real estate in the 1850s) of Weelsby House and added Thorold to his original surname] 1873 Memorials 179/264; also Memorial 189/27

GRANT-THOROLD, Alexander William Thorold, Frederick Augustus Grant and Francis William STOKES sheep farmers Adelaide 1882 Application 19251

GRANT-THOROLD, Alexander William Thorold formerly known as Alexander William Thorold GRANT Esquire formerly of Weelsby House near Great Grimsby, Lincs, England but now temporarily residing in Adelaide 1884 Memorial 38/356

No 1

GRANT, Anderson labourer The Tiers near Crafers 1858 Memorial 262/136

GRANT, Anderson labourer Crafers 1869[-1874] Memorial 154/236

GRANT, Archibald labourer Furner Furner West (Hundred of Kennion) allotment land grant 1890 Grant Book 31 Page 338 County Grey

GRANT, Charles Henry blacksmith Pt Adelaide 1924 Application 27249

GRANT, Claudius Robert sheepfarmer Finniss Point Hundred of Gilbert Co Light 1864 Memorial 199/199

GRANT, Cyril Stock bank manager Pt Lincoln 1929[-1937] Memorial 97/502

GRANT, Frank carriage builder Irish Harp Road, Prospect father of Richard McGounell Grant carriage builder Prospect 1915 Memorial 136/474

No 1

GRANT, Frederick Augustus Esquire South Para 1850[-1857] Memorial 190/27

GRANT, Frederick Augustus Esquire Coonatto 1863 Memorial 133/191

GRANT, Frederick Augustus Esquire Home Park Magill Adelaide 1864 Memorial 127/195

GRANT, Frederick Augustus Esquire South Avenue Run near Mt Burr 1869 Memorial 156/243

GRANT, Frederick Augustus Esquire formerly of South Avenue Run Mt Burr but now of Yattalunga near Gawler 1873[-1875] Memorial 44/268 Esquire now on a voyage to England 1876 Memorial 43/287

GRANT, Frederick Augustus Esquire Prospect 1882 Memorial 139/345

GRANT, George A of Franklin Harbour 1885 Memorial 244/370

No 1

GRANT, Henry farmer Balhannah 1856 Memorial 246/336

No 2

GRANT, Henry farmer Pekina 1887 Memorial 216/385

No 1

GRANT, James licensed victualler Myponga sold land in Sturt St Adelaide 1848[-1849] Memorial 311/15

GRANT, James stockholder Myponga 1851 Memorial 243/37

GRANT, James licensed victualler Myponga 1853 Memorial 367/51

GRANT, James innkeeper Myponga died c1854. He owned Grant's Inn built on Sections 513 and 650 Survey D. The trustees sold the property for £700 to William BERTRAM licensed victualler Myponga Memorial 230/70

GRANT, Helen widow Yankalilla and relict of the late James Grant formerly publican Yankalilla 1854 Memorial 371/70

GRANT, Helen widow Aldinga 1855 Memorial 23/88

GRANT, Helen widow, about to marry Thomas CULLEY farmer Aldinga 1855. Enrolment 90/36

No 2

GRANT, James labourer Adelaide, linked with Jessie GRANT spinster North Adelaide 1851 Memorial 252/29

GRANT, Jessie spinster North Adelaide 1854[-1855] Memorial 144/71

No 3

GRANT, James farmer Mt Barker 1860 Memorial 84/162

No 4

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

No 5

GRANT, James farmer near Tarlee Co Light. Hundred of Pirie land grant 1889 Grant Book 60 Page 300 County Victoria

No 1

GRANT, James Bannerman master mariner Marion on the Sturt 1859 Memorial 154/154

GRANT, James Bannerman gentleman The Sturt 1883 Application 19258

GRANT, James Murday of Appila Hundred of Appila land grant 1885 Grant Book 24 Page 512 County Frome

No 1

GRANT, John sawyer Dulwich 1857 Memorial 120/121

GRANT, John sawyer The Tiers 1857 Memorial 290/126

Member of the Glenelg, Brighton & Adelaide Building Society 1857 Memorial 295/126

GRANT, John of Burnside; GRANT, Stephen and Hannah of Dulwich 1882 Application 19454

GRANT, Hannah widow Dulwich 1884 Application 20105

GRANT, Hannah widow Dulwich, widow of John Grant sawyer Dulwich, who died intestate. Letters of administration to the widow. Children - George Grant (deceased), Stephen Garforth Grant, Hannah Grant, Mary Sarah Jane GRIVELL wife of Thomas Grivell, and Emily Ada MORTIMER wife of John Mortimer 1888 Application 21414

No 2

GRANT, John farmer Appila Hundred of Appila land grant 1880[-1882] Grant Book 24 Page 504 County Frome

No 3

GRANT, John of Belton 1887 Memorial 3/388

No 4

GRANT, John coachdriver Willunga and Hannah Grant innkeeper Rush Inn Willunga his wife 1894 Memorial 86/423

GRANT, John mail driver Willunga 1895 Memorial 30/424

No 5

GRANT, John agent Adelaide 1895 Memorial 188/424

GRANT, Joseph quarry foreman Reynella 1939, declared that he had lived in Noarlunga between 1918-1925 Application 28191

No 1

GRANT, Joseph John compositor Norwood 1882 Memorial 127/344

GRANT, JJ compositor Norwood and Emma Catherine Grant his wife 1910 Application 25732

No 1

GRANT, Lachlan merchant Adelaide 1881[-1885] Memorial 203/331

GRANT, Lachlan importer Adelaide 1882 Memorial 42/344

No 1

GRANT, Robert carrier Alberton 1846 Memorial 476/5 Carrier Pt Adelaide 1849 Memorial 3/17

GRANT, Robert farmer Port Road 1848 Memorial 410/17

GRANT, Robert common carrier Alberton 1850[-1852] Memorial 131/23 Carman Queenstown late 1850 Memorial 381/26

GRANT, Robert carter Kilkenny 1851[-1855] Memorial 36/37

GRANT, Robert carrier Alberton 1854 Memorial 369/61

GRANT, Robert carrier Queenstown 1857 Memorial 36/129

No 2

GRANT, Robert farmer Chain of Ponds 1862 Application 2777

No 3

GRANT, Robert farmer near Stockport 1868 Memorial 129/229

GRANT, Robert farmer formerly of Tarlee but then of Appila, died 24/6/1881. He left four children as situated in 1884-1905 - James Murday Grant farmer Appila Yarrowie, Robert George Grant farmer Appila Yarrowie, John Grant farmer Carrieton and Isabella TONKIN wife of William Tonkin farmer Appila Yarrowie Memorials 102 & 103/360 & RPA Search 986

No 1

GRANT, Robert George farmer Tarlee Hundred of Appila land grant 1882 Grant Book 24 Page 509 County Frome

GRANT, Robert George farmer Appila Yarrowie 1892. Linked with James Murday GRANT farmer Appila Yarrowie Application 22431

No 1

GRANT, Thomas sawyer Kooringa 1850 Memorial 450/27

GRANT, Thomas clerk Kooringa 1850[-1851] Memorial 69/25

GRANT, Thomas postmaster Kooringa 1850 Grant Book 0 Page 7 County Unnamed

GRANT, Thomas postmaster Kooringa 1850 Memorial 403/26

GRANT, Thomas librarian Kooringa 1851 Memorial 306/35

GRANT, Thomas gentleman formerly of Kooringa but now of Ballarat Vic 1857 Memorial 263/131

GRANT, William contractor of Wallaroo and 4 Ireland St, Melbourne Vic, died c 1866. John Grant of 4 Ireland St, Melbourne Vic was one of the executors of his will Memorial 232/210

No 1

GRANT, William Milne of Waymouth St, Adelaide 1867 Memorial 125/251

GRANT, WM grocer Adelaide (Waymouth St) 1867 Memorial 114/219

GRASBY, Alfred Walton William of Adelaide a liquidator of the Bird in Hand Gold Mining Co Ltd 1890 Memorial 155/417

GRASBY, Elizbeth Mary married woman Grove St, Unley Park 1918 Memorial 113/477, Application 26720

No 1

GRASBY, James William Catton merchant Adelaide trading as JW Grasby & Co merchants 1906 Memorial 149/454

GRASBY, James William Catton merchant Adelaide (Grenfell St) 1907 Memorial 179/457

GRASBY, James William Catton merchant Adelaide, died 11/11/1933 Adelaide. £1,000 annuity to his wife, Elizabeth Grasby. Father of Edward Charles Grasby, William Wallace Grasby and Lois LAWTON. Uncle to Nancy and Colin Grasby children of William Catton Grasby. Legacy of £10 for every year of service to Alfred Samuel BEASLEY if he still worked for JW Grasby & Co Ltd Memorial 93/508

No 1

GRASBY, Joseph Catton 1909 Application 25590

GRASBY, Joseph Catton orchardist Balhannah 1913 Memorial 134/468

GRASBY, Mary Beatrice widow Balhannah, died 25/12/1944 Adelaide. Mother of Vera Ella FILSELL married woman Balhannah Memorial 190/518

No 1

GRASBY, William of Adelaide 1852 Memorial 155/39

GRASBY, William painter Adelaide 1854 Wesleyan Methodist Memorial 436/77

GRASBY, William farmer Adelaide 1855 Memorial 327/85

GRASBY, William storekeeper Adelaide (Angas St) 1858 Memorial 80/145

No 1

GRASKE, Carl Ferdinand Paul farmer near Florieton. Hundred of Schomburgk land grant 1911 Grant Book 9 Page 218 County Burra

GRASKE, Carl Ferdinand Paul farmer Julia Creek. Trustee Emmanuel Lutheran Church Friedrichswalde 1928 Memorial 167/500

No 1

GRASKE, Friedrich Wilhelm farmer Parrot Hill 1867 Memorial 71/223

GRASKE, Friedrich Wilhelm farmer Hundred of Schomburgk. Hundred of Schomburgk land grant 1891 Grant Book 9 Page 218 County Burra

GRASKE, Johann Friedrich Christian farmer Duck Ponds, about to leave the province, power of attorney to Sophus August Theodor von BERTOUCH agent Tanunda, to manage his SA business affairs 10/11/1866 Deposit 253/1866

GRASMEL, Christian farmer Springton Hundred of Melville land grant 1875 Grant Book 19 Page 74 County Fergusson

GRASSE, James grocer Pt Adelaide 1868 Memorial 141/233

GRATTON, Enoch minister of the gospel Goodwood 1901 Memorial 216/444

No 1

GRATTON, Francis Lymer state school teacher Malvern and Amy Jane Gratton his wife 1919 Memorial 35/479

GRATTON, Francis Lymer music superintendent Marine Parade, Seacliff, died 26/11/1946, of diabetes mellitus, aged 74. Born in Halifax, England. In SA 64 years. Married aged 35. 1 son and 1 daughter living; 2 sons deceased Memorial 123/521

No 1

GRATWICK, Thomas miller Section 3878 Three Brothers Special Survey at a place caled the Devil’s Hump, on which a flour mill has been built 1846 Memorial 275/7 He assigned the windmill to JB NEALES, who sold the mill to Jacob HAGEN in 1848 for £50. Memorial 84/11

GRATWICK, Thomas miller Bowden 1853[-1856] Memorial 74/61, Application 6872

No 1

GRATWICK, William miller Bowden 1854 Memorial 281/68

GRATWICK, William postmaster Echunga 1850 Memorial 198/20

GRATWICK, William miller formerly of Echunga but now of Bowden 1857 Memorial 216/142

GRATWICK, William storekeeper Echunga 1871[-1884] Memorial 19/256

GRATWICK, William agent Macclesfield and Martha Gratwick his wife, daughter of the late Joseph MOTT farmer Macclesfield 1897 Application 23439

GRAUE, Christian yeoman Hahndorf 1857[-1858] Memorial 231/129, Application 19197

No 1

GRAUNITZ, Ernst Wilhelm labourer North Road 1854 Memorial 59/64

GRAUNITZ, Ernst Wilhelm sawyer Adelaide 1854 Memorial 377/73

GRAUNITZ, Ernst Wilhelm sawyer near Enfield 1861 Application 2170

GRAVATT, James gentleman Kooringa 1850 Memorial 382/26

GRAVE, John miner Allen Creek near Kapunda 1859 Memorial 171/156

No 1

GRAVE, John Thomas linked with Section 255e Hundred of Maitland Co Fergusson 1880 Memorial 77/323

GRAVE, John Thomas farmer Ardrossan 1883[-1886] Memorials 168/353, 233/379

GRAVE, Mary Ellen widow Price. Hundred of Clinton land grant 1908 Grant Book 14 Page 141 County Daly FIND CHECK HUSBAND

No 1 - likely to be the same person

GRAVE, Joseph clerk to William MCGUIRE solicitor Adelaide 1850 Memorial 115/27

GRAVE, Joseph solicitor Adelaide 1851[-1854] Memorial 189/37]

GRAVE, Walter Mills linked with Section 99 Hundred of Muloowurtie Co Fergusson 1883 Memorial 116/355

GRAVE, Watkin Arthur Wright farmer Ardrossan. Price township allotment land grant 1882 Grant Book 20 Page 24 County Fergusson

No 1

GRAVENHORST, Heinrich Wilhelm shopkeeper North Adelaide 1849. He sub-divided Section 82 Hundred of Nuriootpa amongst many small farmers late 1850 Memorial 378/18

GRAVENHORST, Heinrich Wilhelm grocer North Adelaide 1850 Memorial 479/26

No 1

GRAVER, Eliza storekeeper York [township Port Road] 1858 Memorial 195/138

GRAVER, Elizabeth storekeeper York township Port Road 1857 Memorial 142/130 Hindmarsh Building Society member 1857 Memorial 142/130

GRAVER, Eliza formerly storekeeper York township but now housekeeper Adelaide 1863 Memorial 194/234

No 1

GRAVER, Robert publican Golden Phoenix Yatala township 1851 Memorial 202/38.

GRAVER, Robert butcher Port Road 1852 Memorial 231/42

GRAVER, Robert butcher Port Road [probably York township] near Adelaide 1853 Memorial 126/57

No 1

GRAVES, George yeoman Bowden 1852[-1853] Memorial 325/41

GRAVES, George brickmaker Bowden 1853[-1854] Memorial 469/55

No 1

GRAVES, Henry painter Pt Adelaide 1863[-1864] Memorial 182/192

GRAVES, Henry carter Pt Adelaide 1873 Memorial 151/270

GRAVES, Henry railway carrier Pt Adelaide 1881[-1883] Memorial 20/332, Application 19245, Application 19689

No 2

GRAVES, Henry contractor Salisbury 1866 Memorial 22/210

No 1

GRAVES, Henry Nathaniel carter Pt Adelaide 1869 Application 10324

GRAVES, Henry Nathaniel carrier Portland Estate 1878 Application 16551

GRAVES, Henry Nathaniel forwarding agent and carrier Adelaide (Currie St) 1900 Memorial 188/440

GRAVES, Henry Nathaniel carrier Adelaide of the firm of H Graves & Co of Adelaide a company in liquidation 1912 Memorial 70/467

No 1

GRAVES, James yeoman Newenham on the Torrens River 1856 Memorial 29/97

GRAVES, James the Elder out of business Newton, died 31/1/1894. Father of Thomas Graves gardener Newton. Probably also father of William Graves gardener Paradise Park Memorials 37 & 38/421

GRAVES, James gardener Newton, died c1894. Bequests to his children - Thomas Graves gardener Newton, William Graves gardener Paradise Park, Ellen HOPKINS wife of John Henry Robert Hopkins, Emma MACDONALD wife of John James Macdonald, Mary AUGHEY wife of John Jardine Aughey, Annie DURBIDGE wife of John Thomas Durbidge, James Graves gardener Darley, Jane Eliza Graves. Estate worth £902 Application 24065

No 1

GRAVES, John limeburner North Adelaide 1858 Memorial 20/134 Formerly of North Adelaide but now greengrocer Prospect 1875 Memorial 220/307

GRAVES, John greengrocer Prospect, died 10/5/1877. He left his entire estate to his wife, Lydia Graves, absolutely Application 18332

GRAVES, John formerly lime burner for Mr HARRINGTON North Adelaide, then greengrocer Prospect after his health broke down. He had arrived in SA c1854. His widow, Lydia GRAVES, lived in Melbourne St, North Adelaide, in 1881 Application 18332

No 2

GRAVES, John farmer Kapunda 1873 Memorial 233/265

No 1 - probably the same person

GRAVES, Shapland grocer Adelaide 1855 Memorial 491/91

GRAVES, Shapland schoolmaster Enfield 1864 Application 4849

GRAVES??, Stanley clerk Jamestown 1881 Memorial 170/334

No 1

GRAVES, Thomas grocer Adelaide 1851 Memorial 136/34

GRAVES, Thomas grocer Adelaide (Hindley St) 1855[-1860] Memorial 97/89

GRAVES, Thomas merchant formerly of Hindley St but now of Currie St, Adelaide 1865 Memorial 94/204

GRAVES, Thomas formerly grocer but now out of business Adelaide (Currie St) 1900 Memorial 150/440

GRAVES, Thomas Esquire Adelaide, died 10/8/1900. Executors: William SHIERLAW draper Adelaide and John Henry LUXMOORE agent Adelaide Memorial 94/445

GRAVES, Thomas Esquire Kent Town, died 10/8/1900. Estate worth £106,800. Executors and trustees: William SHIERLAW draper and John Henry LUXMOORE agent both of Adelaide. His wife Elizabeth Graves to get all the personal estate absolutely, except for a hunk of malachite from the Burra Mine, plus stand, to go to the SA Museum, and a painting called The Marshes (hanging in his Kent Town drawing room) to go to his friend, Joseph FISHER of Fullarton. Various bequests of money to his family and friends in England and Australia. Thomas Graves' wife to live in the home at Kent Town, rent free for the rest of her life and to receive the income from his real estate on Town Acre 171 in King William St, Adelaide. The rest of the real estate to be sold and a trust fund set up to last for 20 years to pay an equal share of the annual income to the testator's six children. No more than £10,000 to be placed in any one bank. After that time, the surviving children and the descendants of deceased children (for each deceased child’s share) divide the trust fund absolutely in remainder expectant according to the share stipulated in the will. His son, Thomas James Graves, not a beneficiary of this trust fund; £120 a year to him for life, and then to his widow, for life. These payments to come out of the Town Acre income. Enrolment 12/55

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

GRAVES, Thomas Director of the Largs Bay Land and Investment Co Lt 1882 Application 18990

No 3

GRAVES, Thomas clerk Willaston 1864 Memorial 160/199

No 4 - perhaps the same person

GRAVES, Thomas gardener Campbelltown 1893 Memorial 67/416

GRAVES, Thomas gardener Newton 1900 Memorial 131/440 

GRAVES, Thomas Henry James farmer Lake Farm Hundred of Menzies Kangaroo Island probably linked with Walter Graves of Dequetteville Tce, Kent Town 1887 Memorials 129 & 132/386

GRAVES, Thomas James gentleman Black Forest Co Adelaide. Hundred of Menzies land grant 1911 Grant Book 11 Page 68 County Carnarvon

GRAVES, Walter farmer Keith Co Buckingham. Hundred of Menzies land grant 1911 Grant Book 11 Page 68 County Carnarvon

No 1

GRAVES, William farmer Newton 1853[-1858] Memorial 418/47

GRAVES, William gardener Newton, died 10/1/1868, of brain softening, aged 64 Application 24065

No 2

GRAVES, William grocer North Adelaide 1892 Memorial 41/414

GRAVESTOCK, Ernest farmer Penong trustee unnamed Chapel and School Hundred of Bagster Hundred of Bagster land grant 1897 Grant Book 41 Page 26 County Kintore

GRAVESTOCK, Francis labourer Glen Osmond 1861 Application 2196

No 1

GRAVESTOCKS, James William farmer Snowtown 1890 Memorial 42/403

GRAVESTOCKS, James William farmer Snowtown. Hundred of Barunga land grant 1890 Grant Book 14 Page 477 County Daly

No 1 -the Elder

GRAVESTOCKS, Thomas labourer Hindmarsh 1855 Hundred of Light land grant Memorial 108/105

GRAVESTOCKS, Thomas formerly labourer Hindmarsh 1855 but now farmer Eversden Alma Plains near Freeling 1867 Application 8294

GRAVESTOCKS, Thomas formerly of Freeling but now of Riverton 1902 Application 24365

No 2 -the Younger

GRAVESTOCKS, Thomas the Younger farmer Whitwarta 1882 Memorial 183/347

GRAVESTOCKS, Thomas farmer Mt Templeton 1892 Memorial 100/412

No 1

GRAY, Abel farmer Hindmarsh Valley 1865[-1884] Memorial 266/205

GRAY, Abel farmer Hindmarsh Valley Hundred of Encounter Bay land grant 1892 Grant Book 36 Page 90 County Hindmarsh

GRAY, Abel Edward farmer Bull Creek 1926 Application 27508

No 1

GRAY, Alexander farmer Hundred of Nuriootpa 1874 Memorial 76/278

GRAY, Alexander farmer Sheaoak Log 1874 Application 13859

GRAY, Alexander the Elder farmer Amyton Hundred of Pinda land grant 1892 Grant Book 24 Page 592 County Frome

No 2

GRAY, Alexander the Younger labourer Gawler Co Gawler. Crystal Brook (Hundred of Crystal Brook) township allotment land grant 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 433 County Victoria

No 1

GRAY, Alfred teacher Morphett Vale 1873 Memorial 232/267

GRAY, Alfred farmer near Noarlunga 1876 Memorial 241/290

No 1

GRAY, Alfred Fowler grazier Adelaide (West Tce) and Annie Frances Gray his wife 1899 Memorial 218/437

GRAY, Annie Frances married woman Henley Beach 1901 Application 24308

GRAY, Alfred Fowler out of business Henley Beach 1947 Application 28489

GRAY, Alfred Jones farmer Noarlunga Co Adelaide. Hundred of Pekina land grant 1881 Grant Book 13 Page 163 County Dalhousie

No 1

GRAY, Andrew warehouseman Adelaide 1856 Memorial 256/106

GRAY, Andrew storekeeper Gilberton, died c1889. Husband of Marion Gray. Father of David Wylie Gray saddler Adelaide and Alfred Thomas Gray no description Memorial 85/401

GRAY, Andrew storekeeper Gilberton, died 5/1/1890. Executors: David Wylie Gray saddler Adelaide 1890[-1901] and Alfred Thomas Gray grocer Adelaide 1890[-1901] 1901 Memorial 97/442

GRAY, Arthur George Owen farmer Gilles Plains 1928 Memorial 55/499

No 1

GRAY, Benjamin stockholder Mt Barker 1849. In partnership with Francis Robert HUNT Memorial 480/19

GRAY, Benjamin Mt Barker Land and Building Association trustee 1852 Memorial 65/46

GRAY, Benjamin gentleman Littlehampton 1853 Memorial 435/55

GRAY, Benjamin farmer Blakiston 1857 Memorial 275/116

GRAY, Benjamin brewer Littlehampton 1861 Memorial 14/178

GRAY, Benjamin gentleman Littlehampton. Trustee Nairne Land, Building and Investment Society 1865 Memorial 88/205

GRAY, Bruce Chapman farmer formerly of Warradale but now of Seaview Tce, Brighton 1926 Memorial 135/495

No 1

GRAY, Charles farmer Millicent Hundred of Mayurra land grant 1879 Grant Book 31 Page 226 County Grey

No 2

GRAY, Charles mason Unley and Elizabeth Ann Gray his wife 1906 Application 25209

No 1

GRAY, Charles Henry licensed victualler Melrose 1860 Application 1967

GRAY, Charles Henry brewer Oakbank 1862 Memorial 335/186

GRAY, Charles H brewer Blinman 1875 Memorial 190/283

No 1

GRAY, David carpenter Gawler 1864[-1865] Memorial 42/196

GRAY, David builder Gawler 1865 Application 5912

GRAY, David builder Gawler Co Gawler. Hundred of Redhill land grant 1875 Grant Book 14 Page 360 County Daly

GRAY, David farmer Broughton. Hundred of Barunga land grant 1880 Grant Book 14 Page 375 County Daly

GRAY, David farmer Pt Broughton. William Harry Gray mentioned but not described 1890 Memorial 116/403

GRAY, David farmer Pt Broughton 1900 Memorial 216/440

GRAY, David gentleman Pt Broughton and Rebecca Gray his wife. Hundred of Mundoora land grant 1908 Grant Book 14 Page 273 County Daly

No 2

GRAY, David labourer The Glynde 1873 Memorial 56/266

No 3

GRAY, David gardener Crafers 1877 Application 16473

No 4

GRAY, David Wylie saddler Adelaide 1901 Memorial 97/442

GRAY, Donald Royal fitter and turner Adelaide, linked with Franklin James Gray out of business Military Road, South Henley, Hallam Bagshaw gray gardener 29 Ebor Ave, Torrensville and Lancelot Franklin Gray carpenter Alma St, Glenelg 1925 Memorial 19/494

GRAY, Duncan agent Semaphore, died c1883. Complicated set of trusts to benefit his wife, Ann Gray, and his unnamed children. Trustee Archibald Gray builder Semaphore likely to be one of the children Memorial 244/349

No 1 - perhaps the same person

GRAY, Ebenezer blacksmith College Town 1874 Application 13749

GRAY, E blacksmith Spring Creek 1887 Memorial 61/384

GRAY, Edward William gentleman Kensington 1855 Memorial 378/83

No 1

GRAY, Elizabeth formerly HOPE wife of William Gray no description, died 10/6/1876 Memorial 55/411

GRAY, Elizabeth wife of William Gray of Mt Barker, died c1876. She left her house and contents, called Grayfield, at Mt Barker to her husband, William Gray, together with Adelaide and Suburban Tramway Co shares and money in the Bank of SA and the Savings Bank. A 20-acre estate called Dyrgo (her marriage settlement) to her niece, Florence Elizabeth HARRIS. Executors: William Gray and Walter Creasy Harris Memorial 182/291

No 1

GRAY, Ernest Albert farmer Giles Corner 1912 Application 26067

GRAY, Ernest Albert out of business Riverton 1942, declared that he had been born on 22/10/1867 at Giles Corner about 4 and a half miles from Navan township. He lived there for 33 years before moving to Riverton (3 and a half miles from Navan) where he had lived for 40 years. He said that he had attended school in a cottage (demolished many years ago) which stood on Allotment 112 at Navan. Later, Edward MULLINS road contractor used to graze his horses there when he owned the land. Later owners used the property in connection with their farming pursuits. The Catholic Church Endowment Society Inc owned Allotment 147 in Navan to use as a cemetery Application 28275

GRAY, Ernest Albert farmer Riverton 1913 Memorial 159/468

GRAY, Ernest Albert District Council clerk Riverton. Riverton Methodist Church trustee 1926 Memorial 176/494

GRAY, Evelyn Millicent Sophia widow formerly of Willunga but n ow of Maylands 1948 Memorial 61/523

No 1

GRAY, Felix farmer near Navan 1870 Application 10530

GRAY, Felix farmer Tarlee 1891 Application 22151

FIND CHECK RUN

GRAY, Francis farmer Kadina. Trustee Wesleyan Methodist Church Kadina 1881 Grant Book 14 Page 239 County Daly

GRAY, Francis miner Wallaroo Mines. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1882 Grant Book 14 Page 241 County Daly

GRAY, Frank farmer Wokurna 1896 Memorial 19/429

No 1

GRAY, Franklin James grazier Reedbeds 1895 Memorial 159/426

GRAY, Franklin James formerly farmer Frogmore Reedbeds then out of business Glenelg but now out of business Gipps St, East Melbourne Vic 1918 Memorial 62/477

GRAY, Frederick Arthur draper Adelaide (Hindley St) 1883 Memorial 179/354

No 1

GRAY, Frederick Cooper carter Penwortham 1867 Memorial 16/227

GRAY, Frederick Cooper formerly carter 1867 but now teamster Penwortham 1870 Application 11009

GRAY, Frederick Cooper licensed victualler Clare 1874[-1890] Memorial 232/277

GRAY, Frederick George farmer Willunga and Evelyn Millicent Gray his wife 1940 Memorial 45/514

No 1

GRAY, George Crown Lands Commissioner Adelaide 1842 Memorial 398/2

No 2

GRAY, George tin plate worker Norwood 1851[-1858] Memorial 341/34 Galvanised iron worker Adelaide (Rundle St) 1858 Memorial 135/144

No 1

GRAY, George G law clerk Adelaide 1899[-1913] Memorial 192/438

GRAY, George G licensed landbroker Adelaide 1923 Memorial 107/488

GRAY, George Gladstone licensed land broker Adelaide 1924 Application 27016

GRAY, George Jenkins painter Hindmarsh Hindmarsh Building Society director 1860 Memorial 123/172

GRAY, George Washington licensed victualler Adelaide, died 8/1/1920. Husband of Emily Sophia Gertrude Gray. Father of Florence Irene Gray Memorial 103/480

No 1

GRAY, Guilford E brewer Melrose 1865 Memorial 190/205

GRAY, Guilford Emery brewer Hyde Park 1886 Memorial 248/384

GRAY, Guilford Emery brewer Broken Hill NSW 1892 Memorial 176/413

GRAY, Hallam Bagshaw gardener Ebor Ave, Torrensville 1926 Memorial 22/496

GRAY, HD clerk Pt Lincoln 1945 Memorial 191/518

No 1

GRAY, Henry farmer near Riverton 1866 Application 7401

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

GRAY, Henry of Pinda 1887 Memorial 8/388

GRAY, Henry farmer Pinda Hundred of Pinda land grant 1893 Grant Book 24 Page 592 County Frome

No 3

GRAY, Henry driver Walkerville. Walkerville Methodist Church trustee 1912 Memorial 137/466

GRAY, Herbert George out of business Glenelg 1920 Memorial 183/481

GRAY, Isaac farmer Pt Elliot 1887 Application 21137

No 1

GRAY, James labourer Payneham 1852[-1856] Memorial 328/43

No 2

GRAY, James brickmaker North Woodside 1857 Memorial 95/130

FIND CHECK RUN

GRAY, James gardener Crafers Co Adelaide. Hundred of Kulpara land grant 1875[-1884] Grant Book 14 Page 325 County Daly

GRAY, James farmer Cocoanut. Hundred of Kulpara land grant 1884 Grant Book 14 Page 329 County Daly

No 1

GRAY, James shop assistant Pt Germein. Hundred of Telowie land grant 1900 Grant Book 24 Page 776 County Frome

No 1

GRAY, James Henry of Woodside in the Onkaparinga District died c1865. He left his entire estate to his wife, Margaret Gray, to pay off debts and provide for his children Memorial 101/208

GRAY, James Henry of Woodside. Will - estate to his wife, Margaret, ‘that she may provide for my children and herself - after that she has paid off all my debts or liabilities’ Dated 17/7/1863. Witnesses John M FERRY and Hugh WALLACE Deposit 38/1866.

GRAY, James Smiley grocer Adelaide 1862 Memorial 85/191

No 1

GRAY, James Tinsley gentleman Adelaide 1855 Memorial 44/92

GRAY, James Tinsley grocer Adelaide 1864 Memorial 221/193

GRAY, James Tinsley clerk for Mr WATERHOUSE in Waterhouse Chambers, King William St, Adelaide 1875 Application 26911

GRAY, James Tinsley gentleman formerly of Adelaide 1855 now of Norwood 1867 Application 8379

GRAY, James Tinsley grocer Adelaide 1886 Application 21049

GRAY, JE bank clerk Kadina 1903 Memorial 132/448

GRAY, JEE clerk Adelaide 1920 Memorial 200/480

No 1

GRAY, John miner Adelaide 1853 Hundred of Munno Para land purchase on the Para River Memorial 207/48 Farmer Para River 1853 Memorial 145/47

GRAY, John farmer North Para River 1853 Memorial 86/57

GRAY, John farmer Salisbury 1854 Memorial 156/64

No 2

GRAY, John yeoman Unley 1853[-1855] Memorial 313/56

No 3

GRAY, John farmer Parilla trustee Public Hall Parilla 1909 Grant Book 12 Page 113 County Chandos

GRAY, John farmer Parilla trustee Parilla Institute 1912 Grant Book 12 Page 116 County Chandos

GRAY, John farmer Parilla trustee Parilla School 1920[-1927] Grant Book 12 Page 99 County Chandos

No 1

GRAY, John Robinson general dealer Redruth 1861[-1865] Memorial 19/279

GRAY, John Robinson district ranger Kooringa 1875 Memorial 35/280

GRAY, John Robinson district ranger Nelson Town 1875 Memorial 152/284

GRAY, John Robinson inspector and ranger Redruth near Kooringa 1877[-1879] Memorial 229/300, Application 27482

GRAY, John Robinson farmer Kooringa 1878 Memorial 60/307

GRAY, John Robinson Corporation inspector Kooringa 1879 Memorial 19/320

GRAY, John Robinson farrier Redruth 1881 Memorial 235/331

GRAY, John Robinson cattle doctor Redruth 1882 Memorial 114/337

GRAY, John Robinson gentleman Redruth 1882[-1886] Memorial 134/341

GRAY, John Robinson gentleman Redruth Redruth Primitive Methodist Church trustee 1882 Application 27966

GRAY, John Robinson health officer Redruth 1891 Memorial 56/408

GRAY, John Robinson Corporation inspector Redruth 1900. Husband of unnamed wife still living. Father of Martha Lenton WOOLLACOTT probably living in Tregonin St, Redruth. Other children mentioned but not named. Grandfather of John William Gray no description. Linked with Emma ZIEMENDORF 'now living or supposed to be living at 16 Holland Road, Maynard Road Leicester, England'. Trustees of JG Gray's estate - his grandson, JW Gray and also James REED sheepfarmer Wandillah Co Burra. JR Gray died 21/9/1902. Estate worth £1,000 Application 26827

GRAY, John Robinson formerly farrier but then Corporation inspector Redruth near Kooringa, died 21/9/1902. Linked with John William Gray labourer Boulder WA Memorial 7/469

GRAY, Fanny Elizabeth widow of John Robinson Gray Corporation Inspector Redruth 1919 Application 26827

No 1

GRAY, Joseph saddler Auburn 1865 Memorial 17/197

GRAY, Joseph saddler Manoora 1871 Memorial 174/255

GRAY, Jourdiana Cunningham nee BRODIE 1839 Memorial 308/8 Or was she a Mrs BRODIE, nee GRAY??S

GRAY, JW station master Farina 1892 Memorial 106/414

GRAY, Magnus labourer Kooringa sold land in Robert St Adelaide 1850 Memorial 75/23

GRAY, Mark farmer Wilmington 1886 Memorial 184/377

GRAY, Mary Ann widow York township near Adelaide 1867 Memorial 115/224

GRAY, Mary Louisa widow Pt Adelaide, died 29/7/1927. Estate worth £850. Friend of Mary Gray widow of Gilbert Gray engineer Adelaide. Friend of Martha NEEDLE. Friend of Mrs BATTERSBY of Queenstown. Sister-in-law to Flora FALLU. Step-mother of Laura SAUNDERS wife of Frank Saunders of Sydney NSW. Aunt to Elei John Fallu commercial artist Adelaide; Phillip John Fallu; Gertrude Elise FENWICK; Eileen Harriette Fallu; Mary Louisa GOSS; Harry Shaw Fallu and the widow of her nephew Leonard Carlos Fallu Memorial 177/500

GRAY, Peter of Norwood 1904 Memorial 43/452

GRAY, Richard hotelkeeper Burra Hotel Kooringa 1900[-1901] Memorial 172/440

GRAY, Rosetta widow Campden Adelaide (West Tce) 1909 Memorial 67/461

No 1 - perhaps the same person

GRAY, Samuel sawyer Fifth Creek 1871 Application 11614

GRAY, Samuel farmer Athelstone 1876 Memorial 194/288

GRAY, Samuel farmer and gardener formerly Athelstone but now of Darley on the Torrens 1881 Applications 18600 & 18633

GRAY, Samuel farmer Walkerville 1909 Application 25623

No 2

GRAY, Samuel minister of the gospel Redhill Co Daly 1876 Grant Book 13 Page 150 County Dalhousie

GRAY, Samuel minister of the gospel Redhill included Condowie in his circuit 1879 Grant Book 55 Page 34 County Stanley

GRAY, Samuel minister of the gospel Broken Hill NSW 1891 Memorial 246/410

GRAY, Samuel Methodist minister formerly of Strathalbyn but now of East Adelaide 1913 Memorial 46/469

No 3

GRAY, Samuel farmer near Pt Elliot 1903 Memorial 207/452

No 1

GRAY, Stanley Roy formerly secretary Knightsbridge but now boardinghouse proprietor Pt Elliot and Annette Gray his wife also boarding house proprietor 1944 Memorial 168/519

GRAY, Stanley Roy formerly primary producer Pt Elliot but now of Aldgate 1950 Memorial 119/525

No 1

GRAY, Stephen shoemaker Hindmarsh 1891 Memorial 14/432

GRAY, Stephen shoemaker Bowden 1897 Memorial 15/432

No 2

GRAY, Thomas clerk to MAGUIRE & BAGOT solicitors Adelaide 1851 Memorial 214/35

No 3

GRAY, Thomas farmer Little Para 1853 Memorial 185/48.

No 4

GRAY, Thomas teamster Wonna 1885 Memorial 239/369

No 5

GRAY, Thomas Presbyterian minister Mt Pleasant 1907 Memorial 187/456

No 6

GRAY, Thomas gentleman Nailsworth 1911 Application 26011

No 1

GRAY, William Esquire Adelaide 1852 Memorial 36/41 Formerly of Adelaide now of Noarlunga 1853 Memorial 180/47 Merchant Pt Onkaparinga 1853 Memorial 410/57

GRAY, William gentleman Pt Onkaparinga Hundred of Alma land grant 1859 Grant Book 26 Page 66 County Gawler

GRAY, William manager National Bank Mt Gambier branch Mt Gambier township allotment land grant 1861 Grant Book 29 Page 200 County Grey

GRAY, William Late of Pt Onkaparinga but now of Mt Barker 1866 Enrolment 84/48.

GRAY, William Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now of Mt Barker 1864 Memorial 328/192

GRAY, William bank manager Mt Baker about to marry Elizabeth HOPE spinster formerly of Little Pyrgo near Macclesfield but now of Beaumont 1869. Section 1009 Hundred of Pt Adelaide, Section 2421 Hundred of Goolwa, Sections 2976, 2977 Hundred of Macclesfield in trust (Trustees: Samuel Alfred Harris stock agent Glenhurst near Macclesfield and Edgar Arnold Harris surveyor Glenhurst near Macclesfied) to pay Elizabeth Gray nee Hope the income for life; after her death, £500 to be divided equally amongst the children of Stephen Charles Hope of Havering Grange near Romford, Essex, England. The income from the rest of the trust fund to go to Emily Harris wife of Samuel Link Harris of Glenhurst for life, then the income in equal shares to her daughters, Frances Sophia Harris and Frances Elizabeth Harris, for life or while they remain unmarried, then the funds from the principle in equal shares in remainder expectant to all the children of Emily Harris to wind up the trust. Elizabeth Hope had bought the Hundred of Pt Adelaide land as a land grant; the rest came from bankruptcy of the people who mortgaged land with her. Elizabeth Gray died 10/6/1876 Mt Barker, of gastritis, aged 67 Application 25728

GRAY, William gentleman Mt Barker and Elizabeth Gray his wife formerly Elizabeth HOPE 1870 Memorial 102/248

No 2

GRAY, William labourer Marden 1859[-1866] Memorial 247/148

No 3

GRAY, William labourer Donnybrook near Clare 1874 Memorial 221/275

No 4

GRAY, William labourer Moorak Estate 1885 Memorial 82/373

No 5

GRAY, William blacksmith Adelaide formerly of Moonta. Husband of Sarah Ann Gray nee DUNSTAN, of Ross Creek, near Kapunda 1888 Application 21266

No 6

GRAY, William butcher Kingscote Kangaroo Island. Hundred of Menzies land grant 1907[-1908] Grant Book 11 Page 64 County Carnarvon

No 7

GRAY, William minister of the gospel Wayville 1908 Memorial 241/459

GRAY, William Bosworth gentleman Mt Barker 1888 Application 21495

GRAY, William Frederick plumber Adelaide 1878 Application 16559

No 1

GRAY, William Henry farmer Adelaide 1843 Memorial 395/2

GRAY, William Henry Esquire The Reedbeds 1874 Memorial 151/278

No 1

GRAY, William Robert fruitgrower Maylands 1922 Memorial 155/485

GRAY, William Robert fruitgrower formerly of Maylands but now of Kersbrook 1923 Memorial 115/488

No 1

GRAY, Zachariah labourer Adelaide 1838[-1839] Memorial 192/249

GRAY, Zacharias well digger Adelaide 1840 Application 13004

GRAY, Zacharias teamster Aberdeen Co Burra, died 16/4/1856. £1 to his eldest son, William Gray, who had his share of the estate before his father died. The estate to go into trust to Gray’s widow, Elizabeth Gray, and George BENNETT ginger beer manufacturer Burra. The interest from the real estate to be used for the benefit of the family to raise the children. When the youngest child was 21, the real estate to be sold and the proceeds equally distributed absolutely in remainder expectant amongst the wife all the children except William Gray. The widow Elizabeth Gray died 17/7/1870 Application 11109

GRAY, Zacharias of Aberdeen, Co Burra, died c1856. He left £1 to his eldest son, William Gray and the rest of his estate in trust to his wife, Elizabeth Gray, as set out in the will. George BENNETT ginger beer manufacturer Kooringa the other trustee Memorial 276/117

GRAY, Elizabeth widow Aberdeen 1858 relict of the late Zacharias Gray formerly teamster Aberdeen deceased Memorial 9/146

No 1 - probably the same person

GRAY, Zachariah Henry linked with Section 319 Hundred of Hall Co Stanley 1878 Memorial 56/309

GRAY, Zachariah Henry blacksmith Dawson 1891 Memorial 184/410

GRAYLING, Richard Holton grocer Rainbow Vic. Pinnaroo (Hundred of Pinnaroo) township allotment land grant 1907 Grant Book 12 Page 75 County Chandos

No 1 - probably the same person

GRAYSON, Lawrence engineer Adelaide 1866[-1888] Memorial 235/211

GRAYSON, Lawrence Chairman of the Board of Directors Permanent Land & Building Association 1871 Memorial 115/251

No 1

GREADY, Francis 40 widower farmer labourer Enfield (Father: John Gready) married Sarah Lavinia WARE 37 widow Nailsworth (Father: Debrow CATHERY) on 24/11/1870 William Richard TOTHILL residence Nailsworth. Minister; Thomas Jefferson GORE. Witnesses: William Richard Tothill bank clerk Nailsworth, Louisa Mary CLARK Adelaide and Charlotte Louisa Tothill of Nailsworth. Francis Gready gardener Maitland, died 10/10/1898, of a cerebral haemorrhage and a coma, aged 74 Application 25186

GREADY, Francis farmer labourer Enfield Hundred of Hynam land grant 1873 Grant Book 29 Page 161 County MacDonnell

GREADY, Francis farmer Yorke Valley Hundred of Maitland land grant 1879[-1881] Grant Book 19 Page 104 County Fergusson

GREADY, Francis farmer Maitland Hundred of Maitland land grant 1898 Grant Book 19 Page 109 County Fergusson

GREADY, Sarah Lavinia widow Maitland 1900 Application 24066

GREADY, Henry John linked with Section 240 Hundred of Waurultee Co Fergusson 1887 Memorial 95/387

GREADY, James blacksmith Narracoorte 1883[-1886] Memorial 64/357

GREANEY, John labourer Mt Gambier Hundred of Mayurra land grant 1879 Grant Book 31 Page 225 County Grey

GREATREX, James hairdresser Adelaide (Rundle St) 1858[-1872] Memorials 269/144, 14/262

GREAVES, John limeburner North Adelaide 1858 Memorial 20/134

No 1

GREAVES, Thomas yeoman Gawler 1854 Memorial 170/78

GREAVES, Thomas ranger Willaston 1856 Memorial 122/100

GREAVES, Thomas blacksmith Bertha 1894 Application 22620

No 1

GREAYER, Philip Carrington ironmonger Pt Elliot 1861 Application 2395

GREAYER, Philip Carrington storekeeper Pt Elliot 1865[-1871] Application 6169

GREAYER, Philip Carrington importer and storekeeper Pt Elliot 1870[-1872] Memorial 164/493

GREAYER, Philip Carrington storekeeper Strathalbyn 1874 Memorial 40/278

GREAYER, Philip Carrington formerly storekeeper Pt Elliot but now commercial traveller Adelaide 1878 Memorial 72/309

No 1

GREEDY, Francis labourer Enfield 1858 Memorial 143/146

No 2

GREEDY, Francis farmer Maitland 1881 Memorial 34/332

No 1

GREEN, Ada Perry married woman Kingston S-E 1910 Memorial 195/463

GREEN, Ada Perry married woman Kingston S-E, died 19/9/1932 intestate Memorial 127/513

GREEN, Albert Edwin retired Bowden 1946[-1949] Memorial 26/520

No 1

GREEN, Alfred commonly known as George Green at Mt Gambier, son of Henry bricklayer Nailsworth, died 7/2/1863 on John GOLDSWORTHY’s farm about a mile north of Mt Gambier, from a cave-in while sinking a well. He died intestate and a bachelor. An inquest followed. His former employer, James Edward BURTON gentleman Wellington Square North Adelaide, gave this information 1886 Application 20992

No 2

GREEN, Alfred farmer near Freeling 1865 Application 6386

No 3

GREEN, Alfred farmer Hundred of Winninowie 1886 Memorial 98/380

GREEN, Alfred linked with Mary Victoire Green both of Winninowie 1895 Memorial 41/425

GREEN, Alfred farmer Limestone Well 1899 Application 23801

GREEN, Alfred farmer Winninowie had died by 1904. Executors – Victorine Joseph Green widow and John Alfred Green farmer both of Limestone Well Grant Book 24 Page 671 County Frome

GREEN, Amos gardener Norwood 1891 Memorial 179/410

GREEN, AR undertaker Welland 1923 Application 27215

GREEN, Arthur milkman Section 5 Survey B 1867 Memorial 119/219

No 1
GREEN, Austin Thomas railway clerk Pt Lincoln 1928 Memorial 34/500

GREEN, Austin Thomas stationmaster formerly of Cook St, Kirton Point, Pt Lincoln, but then of Wanbi, died 12/4/1948 Memorial 29/523

No 1

GREEN, Benjamin labourer Hindmarsh 1850 Memorial 235/28

No 2

GREEN, Benjamin yeoman Little Para 1849 Memorial 273/17

GREEN, Benjamin farmer Para Plains 1854 Salisbury Primitive Methodist Chapel trustee Memorial 92/74

No 3

GREEN, Benjamin farmer Mintaro 1860 Memorial 51/171

GREEN, Benjamin farmer Hill River near Mintaro linked with Samuel Green farmer near Auburn 1864 Memorial 53/197

GREEN, Benjamin farmer Hill River near Mintaro 1865 Memorial 333/200

No 4

GREEN, Benjamin farmer near Moonta linked with Henry Daniel Green farmer near Moonta Mines 1884 Memorial 219/360

GREEN, Benjamin out of business Moonta linked with Henry Daniel Green farmer Hundred of Ninnes 1895 Memorial 92/426

No 5

GREEN, Benjamin railway shunter Queenstown and Jane Green his wife 1899 Application 23829

No 6

GREEN, Benjamin sheep farmer Polda linked with Daniel Green sheepfarmer North Shields 1913 Memorial 17/469

GREEN, Benjamin sheepfarmer Polda near Pt Lincoln linked with Samuel Green livery stable proprietor North Shields near Pt Lincoln 1915 Memorial 184/472

No 1

GREEN, Charles carpenter Gawler South 1861 Memorial 69/171

GREEN, Charles mason Gawler South 1863 Memorial 213/192

GREEN, Charles carpenter Gawler 1864 Memorial 258/192

GREEN, Charles carpenter formerly of Gawler 1861 but now of Tanunda 1868 Application 9611

No 2

GREEN, Charles farmer Grace Plains 1867 Memorial 69/224

GREEN, Charles farmer Freeling 1893 Application 22537

GREEN, Charles farmer Freeling 1899 Memorial 154/437

No 3

GREEN, Charles ranger Black Springs near Kooringa. Hundred of Bright land grant 1912 Grant Book 9 Page 50 County Burra

No 4

GREEN, Charles farmer Normanville entitled to estate under the will of the late George Green formerly farmer Carracalinga near Normanville who died 20/12/1914 Memorial 196/480

GREEN, Charles Frederick and William Harrington Green grocers Unley Co Adelaide. Hundred of Bews land grant 1922 Grant Book 12 Page 12 County Chandos

GREEN, Charles Percy mail contractor Black Springs 1880[-1912] Memorial 185/327

No 1

GREEN, Clement wheatbuyer Snowtown 1886[-1894] Memorial 74/373

GREEN, Clement agent Bute. Hundred of Ninnes land grant 1905 Grant Book 14 Page 298 County Daly

GREEN, Clement farmer Semaphore Co Adelaide. Hundred of Ninnes land grant 1911 Grant Book 14 Page 301 County Daly

GREEN, Daniel of Pt Lincoln 1903 Memorial 220/448

GREEN, Daniel Lincoln baker Bishop St, Pt Lincoln 1954, a minor born on 3/1/1934 Application 29026

No 1

GREEN, David farmer Mt Drummond 1890 Memorial 192/406

No 2

GREEN, David commission agent Adelaide and Elizabeth Green his wife 1903[-1909] Memorial 96/449

GREEN, Elizabeth widow Adelaide formerly the wife of the late David Green formerly commission agent Adelaide but now deceased 1925 Memorial 55/494

GREEN, Elizabeth widow Fourth Ave, St Peters, died 2/3/1932 Collegetown Memorial 177/505

GREEN, David Thomas commercial agent Fourth Ave, St Peters linked with William Henry Green commercial traveller Third Ave, St Peters 1934 Memorial 142/507

GREEN, Douglas Norman Mitchell electrician Kensington Park 1928 Application 27704

No 1

GREEN, Edward engineer Adelaide (Wright St) 1869 Memorial 200/241

GREEN, Edward of Adelaide, died c1875-1876. He left his entire estate to his wife, Caroline Green Memorial 12/289

No 2

GREEN, Edward builder Morgan 1878 Grant Book 18 Page 7 County Eyre

No 1

GREEN, Edwin bricklayer Adelaide 1838 Application 18642

GREEN, Edwin bricklayer Adelaide 1866 Memorial 172/242

No 2 FIND CHECK RUN

GREEN, Edwin farmer Watervale 1854 Memorial 354/64

GREEN, Edwin labourer Watervale 1857. Trustee Bible Christian Chapel Watervale Memorial 139/128

GREEN, Edwin labourer Moonta. Hundred of Kulpara land grant 1882 Grant Book 14 Page 328 County Daly

No 1

GREEN, Edwin Jackson station manager Adelaide 1878[-1879] Memorial 94/306

GREEN, Edwin Jackson agent Adelaide 1881 Application 18424

GREEN, Edwin Jackson agent Adelaide (Grenfell St) 1888 Memorial 167/392

GREEN, Edwin Jackson agent Adelaide Waukaringa township allotment land grant 1889 Grant Book 45 Page 5 County Lytton

GREEN, Eliza Ellis spinster and dressmaker Adelaide (Gover St) for many years known as Mrs WARREN in the pursuit of her dressmaking career, formally assumed the surname of Warren, henceforth to be known as Eliza Ellis Warren spinster 1898 Memorial 89/435

No 1 – perhaps the same person

GREEN, Francis farmer Mt Beevor 1865 Application 6482

GREEN, Francis [probably the Elder] farmer near Stockwell Co Light. Hundred of Tatiara land grant 1877[-1883] Grant Book 7 Page 6 County Buckingham

No 2

GREEN, Francis the Younger farmer Bordertown. Hundred of Tatiara land grant 1884 Grant Book 7 Page 12 County Buckingham

No 1

GREEN, Francis Joseph farmer Bordertown linked with John Green farmer Bordertown 1903 Memorial 66/448

GREEN, Francis Joseph farmer Greenhill near Bordertown. Hundred of Wirrega land grant 1911 Grant Book 7 Page 52 County Buckingham

No 1

GREEN, Frank Marshall gardener Lenswood 1921[-1929] Memorial 37/482

GREEN, Frank Marshall formerly gardener Lenswood but now farmer Forreston 1955 Application 29137

No 1

GREEN, George civil engineer Adelaide and Elizabeth Green his wife formerly Elizabeth DUVAL 1849[-1851] Memorial 59/18

GREEN, George agent Adelaide (King William St) operating from premises leased from John RICHARDSON agent Adelaide 1852 Memorial 92/41

GREEN, George land agent formerly of Adelaide but now prosecuting a voyage to England 1858 Memorial 135/139

GREEN, George agent formerly of Adelaide but at present residing in London in England 1860 Memorial 29/166

GREEN, George formerly of Adelaide now of parts beyond the sea 1860 Application 1556.

GREEN, George Esquire formerly of King William St, Adelaide but now of Cornhill, London, Middlesex, England 1861 Memorial 233/175

GREEN, George commission and general agent Cornhill, London, Middlesex, England 1862 Memorial 268/185

GREEN, George formerly land agent Adelaide 1854 but now of London in the United Kingdom 1878 Application 16613

GREEN, George formerly land agent Adelaide, then Esquire Glanton? House, Sydenham Rise, Surrey, England but late of Stapenhill Wood Crescent Road, Dulwich, Surrey, died 17/1/1895 Stapenhill. Father of George Dutton Green land agent Adelaide (Pirie St) and father-in-law of Augustus Robinson WINCKLER gentleman Sydney NSW. Messrs WILKINS, BLYTH, DUTTON & HARTLEY of 112 Gresham House, Old Broad St, London EC were the solicitors who made George Green's will. Frederick Dutton one of the partners 1911 Memorial 120/465

No 2

GREEN, George sawyer Myponga 1855 Memorial 340/80

GREEN, George farmer Myponga 1866 Memorial 108/219

GREEN, George farmer Carrickalinga 1860 Memorial 298/170

GREEN, George farmer Normanville 1913, declared that he had lived in the are for more than 50 years Application 25823

GREEN, George farmer Carracalinga near Normanville, died 20/12/1914. Father of Charles Green farmer Normanville. Estate worth £1,255 Memorial 194/472

No 3

GREEN, George farmer New Tiers 1858 Memorial 301/163

No 4

GREEN, George carter Long Gully near Strathalbyn 1865 Memorial 218/206

No 5

GREEN, George farmer Monarto Mobilong (later Murray Bridge Hundred of Mobilong) township allotment land grant 1884 Grant Book 58 Page 216 County Sturt

GREEN, George farmer Trial Farm Monarto Hundred of Monarto land grant 1886 Grant Book 58 Page 130 County Sturt

No 1

GREEN, George Andrew solicitor Adelaide (Pirie St) 1892 Memorial 136/412

GREEN, George A solicitor Adelaide 1896 Memorial 186/429

No 1

GREEN, George Dutton land agent Adelaide (Pirie St) linked with Evelyn Dutton Green spinster Holmfield South Tce, Adelaide 1902 Memorial 191/445

GREEN, George Dutton land agent Adelaide (Pirie St) linked with Olive Dutton Green spinster Adelaide (South Tce) 1903 Memorial 186/447

GREEN, George Dutton land agent Adelaide, died 27/4/1911 North Adelaide. Olive Dutton Green spinster Adelaide mentioned Memorial 121/465

GREEN, George Edmund farmer Freeling 1899 Application 23801

GREEN, Harrold Enos farmer Hundred of Hall Hundred of Hall land grant 1886 Grant Book 56 Page 223 County Stanley

No 1

GREEN, Henry bricklayer Adelaide 1838 Application 15364

GREEN, Henry bricklayer Adelaide 1842 Memorial 355/2

GREEN, Henry bricklayer Nailsworth 1845 Memorial 483/22

GREEN, Henry bricklayer Nailsworth 1851 Memorial 65/37

GREEN, Henry bricklayer North Road, Nailsworth, died 1/3/1857, of heart disease, aged 57. He left his estate to his second wife, Elizabeth Green, in trust for life. His son, Jeremiah Green, to get 2 and a half acres in the Pine Forest, and also to share in the rest of the real estate, which after Mrs Green's death was to be divided equally absolutely in remainder expectant amongst the all the children, as tenants in common. His son, Jeremiah Green miner Spring Creek Vic, died c1886 intestate. A friend, Jessie Emily BURCH of Adelaide, wife of William Burch miner Rushworth Vic, administered his estate. Ellen BLENCOWE wife of George Blencowe farmer Yongala was a daughter of Henry Green 1886. His eldest son, Edwin Green, died 2/1/1886 Laura. The testator's widow, Elizabeth Green, died 23/3/1884 North Rd, Nailsworth, of senile decay and diarrhoea, aged 85. Ann ROBERTS wife of William Roberts farmer Nailsworth and formerly the wife of the late Andrew HOSKING farmer Nailsworth, stated that she had come to live at Nailsworth early in 1840. [Was William Roberts a brother to Henry Green’s second wife, Elizabeth Roberts?] Henry Green came to live at Nailsworth in 1845. He built the present house, fenced in the 13 acres of land, which he used for farming and grazing. Application 20992

GREEN, Henry bricklayer Nailsworth - further information which his eldest son, Edwin Green out of business Yongala supplied in 1884. Henry Green married his first wife, Maria nee ? Family - Edwin Green, Ellen Green now Ellen BLENCOWE, two twin sons who died soon after birth, Alfred Green and Jeremiah Green. Maria Green died VDL c1834. The Greens arrived in SA from VDL on Easter Day in 1837, when Edwin Green was aged 13. Henry Green remarried to Elizabeth ROBERTS on 7/12/1840. Edwin Green was working at Mt Remarkable when his father bought the Nailsworth land in late 1844. He sent a cow to his father for sale to help raise the £16 needed for the purchase. Edwin Green last saw his brother Jeremiah Green in Melbourne Vic during 1854, when Jeremiah intended to sail for New Zealand. The Greens last heard of him in 1858, when he wrote to his step-mother, Elizabeth Green from Melbourne. No mention if he had been to New Zealand Application 20994

No 2

GREEN, Henry labourer Gawler 1852 Memorial 273/44

GREEN, Henry bricklayer Gawler 1855[-1857] Memorial 338/93

No 3

GREEN, Henry and William gardeners Evandale near Angaston 1853 Grant Book 17 Page 19 County Eyre

GREEN, Henry and William gardeners Evandale near Angaston 1857 Memorial 95/124

No 4

GREEN, Henry farmer Pt Elliot 1869 Application 10286

GREEN, Henry Daniel farmer Penang Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1884 Grant Book 14 Page 89 County Daly

GREEN, Jacob shoemaker Adelaide 1853 Memorial 427/60

GREEN, James of Kulpara 1882 Memorial 218/340

GREEN, Jane widow Adelaide 1875 Memorial 106/283

No 1 - perhaps the same person

GREEN, John labourer Magill 1843[-1852] Memorial 479/2

GREEN, John labourer Third Creek 1853[-1854] Memorial 123/49

GREEN, John gardener Marden 1856[-1880] Memorial 133/98

GREEN, John gardener Marden 1859 Application 424

No 2 - perhaps a continuation from No 1

GREEN, John farmer Payneham 1854 Payneham Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee Memorial 254/65

GREEN, John gardener Payneham 1872[-1899] Memorial 27/265

GREEN, John gardener Felixstow 1875 Memorial 48/291

GREEN, John gardener Felixtow near Adelaide 1883 Application 19652

No 2

GREEN, John butcher North Adelaide. Norwood allotment purchase 1849 Memorial 8/16

GREEN, John gardener Norwood 1850. Payneham Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee. Enrolment 17/10

GREEN, John gardener Norwood Norwood Wesleyan Chapel trustee 1877 Application 16054

No 3

GREEN, John labourer Bowden 1853 Memorial 292/54

GREEN, John yeoman Bowden 1854 Memorial 474/61

GREEN, John farmer Bowden 1856 Hundred of Mudla Wirra land grant Memorial 419/95

GREEN, John farmer formerly of Bowden but now of the Hundred of Mudla Wirra near Templers 1866 Memorial 220/216

GREEN, John farmer Mudla Wirra 1869 Memorial 99/238

GREEN, John farmer near Templers 1860[-1899] Memorial 31/164

No 4 - perhaps the same person

GREEN, John farmer Skillogolee Creek 1854 Memorial 485/66

GREEN, John farmer Skillogolee Creek, insolvent before 5/9/1861, when his application to the SA Supreme Court failed Application 21500

GREEN, John farmer near Auburn 1899 Application 23765

No 5

GREEN, John farmer Unley 1854 Memorial 328/76

No 6

GREEN, John labourer Portland Estate 1864 Memorial 3/197

GREEN, John labourer Portland Estate 1880 Application 18245

GREEN, John labourer Portland Ward, Pt Adelaide, died c1890. Husband of Eliza Green Memorial 65/406

GREEN, Eliza widow Pt Adelaide, relict of the late John Green labourer Pt Adelaide, who died 16/7/1890. Mother of Peter DUNCANSON clerk Portland Estate Application 21960

No 7

GREEN, John labourer Alberton and Susan Green his wife 1875 Memorial 1/297

GREEN, John labourer Alberton, died 25/2/1885 Memorial 199/451

GREEN, John labourer Alberton, died 25/2/1885, of chronic rheumatism and athermertous vessels, aged 63 Application 24224

No 8 – perhaps the same person

GREEN, John farmer Tatiara. Hundred of Tatiara land grant 1879 Grant Book 7 Page 8 County Buckingham

GREEN, John farmer Bordertown 1902 Memorial 51/446

No 9 – perhaps the same person

GREEN, John farmer Tarcowie. Hundred of Tarcowie land grant 1880 Grant Book 13 Page 48 County Dalhousie

GREEN, John farmer Tarcowie Co Dalhousie. Hundred of Willowie land grant 1882 Grant Book 24 Page 744 County Frome

GREEN, John farmer Hundred of Eurilpa Co Granville 1887 Memorial 149/384

No 1

GREEN, John Reuben engineer 4 Holden St, Kensington Park 1957 Memorial 98/531

GREEN, John Reuben engineer 4 Holden St, Kensington Pk Trustee Australian Institute of Marine and Power Engineers (Employees) Adelaide District 1957 Application 29246

GREEN, Joseph blacksmith Wallaroo Mines. Hundred of Wallaroo land grants 1870 Grant Book 14 Page 74 County Daly

No 1

GREEN, Joseph John yeoman Bowden 1852[-1853] Memorial 211/45

GREEN, Joseph John formerly of Bowden but now of Pt Elliot 1855 Memorial 83/82

GREEN, Joseph John currier Pt Elliot 1860 Application 1902

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

GREEN, Joseph John leather merchant Adelaide 1879[-1881] Memorial 157/320, Application 18391

GREEN, Joseph John gentleman North Adelaide 1890 Application 21947

GREEN, Lewis lime burner Prospect 1850 Memorial 432/21

GREEN, Mary widow Adelaide 1868 Memorial 192/234

GREEN, Mary Besanko widow Kooringa 1875 Memorial 155/284

GREEN, Mary Bickle widow Goodwood Park 1911 Memorial 243/464

No 1

GREEN, Michael farmer near Adelaide 1860 Memorial 278/176

GREEN, Michael dairyman Adelaide 1866 Memorial 220/217

No 2

GREEN, Michael surveyor Naracoorte Hundred of Naracoorte land grant 1876 Grant Book 50 Page 107 County Robe

No 3

GREEN, Michael labourer Mt Barker and Mary Ann Green his wife 1909. Mary Ann Green died 30/12/1925. She left her whole estate to her husband RPA Search 2175

GREEN, Michael labourer Mt Barker. Husband of Mary Ann Green who died 30/12/1925 and left him her entire estate. He sold for £500 a house his wife owned (Pt Lot 53 Mt Barker North) on 8/4/1929 to Maria Clara PAECH spinster formerly of Ambleside but now of Mt Barker. [The house possibly built by John and Rosina Follett who bought the site and original house in 1877 from the estate of William TONKIN who died in 1876] Memorial 160/499, GRO Search 2175

No 1

GREEN, Michael Arthur milkman Section 5 Survey B 1867[-1870] Memorial 119/219, Application 10868

GREEN, Michael Arthur farmer Hilton 1869 Application 9934

GREEN, Michael Arthur farmer Hilton 1873[-1879] Memorial 128/267

No 1

GREEN, Patrick of McLaren Vale 1858 Memorial 239/139

GREEN, Julia widow McLaren Vale 1882 Memorial 207/343

No 2

GREEN, Patrick labourer Pt Adelaide 1873 Application 12581

GREEN, Percival Joseph farmer Coonalpyn. Trustee Institute and Public Hall Coonalpyn 1905 Grant Book 6 Page 11 County Buccleuch

No 1

GREEN, Peter tailor Adelaide (North St) 1872[-1876] Memorial 202/261

GREEN, Peter tailor North Adelaide 1879 Memorial 133/319

GREEN, Peter Dower tailor Adelaide (North St) father of Mary Catherine KEOUGH nee Green wife of John Francis Keough butcher Adelaide 1890 Memorial 249/400

No 1

GREEN, Richard gardener Norwood 1852[-1865] Memorial 422/39

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

GREEN, Richard farmer Gawler Plains 1864 Application 4850

GREEN, Richard farmer near Freeling 1865 Application 6461

GREEN, Richard farmer Freeling 1871[-1878] Application 11676

GREEN, Richard and William farmers Morn Hill Hundred of Light 1876 Memorial 107/290

GREEN, Richard farmer Freeling 1886 Memorial 86/375

GREEN, Richard farmer (Sections 176 & 181) near Freeling, died 19/6/1898. Husband of Mary Green. Father of Charles Green and other children not named. R Green owned land in the Hundred of Light and allotments at Nailsworth Memorial 13/436

No 1

GREEN, Robert blacksmith Adelaide 1839 Memorial 370/16

GREEN, Robert [formerly blacksmith but now] farmer Adelaide 1850 Memorial 274/19

GREEN, Robert farmer [formerly of Adelaide but now of the] Montacute Mine 1850[-1853] Memorial 377/23 Farmer Section 834 Hundred of Onkaparinga 1853 Memorial 413/54

GREEN, Robert farmer [formerly of Adelaide but now of] Nailsworth [Definitely the same person but difficult to see how he fits the chronological sequence] 1851 Memorial 497/33

No 1

GREEN, Samuel farmer Mintaro 1857[-1860] Memorial 247/122

No 2

GREEN, Samuel clerk in holy orders Pt Adelaide, about to quit the province for a time, power of attorney to George Woollcombe SILLIFANT gentleman Pt Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 1/9/1881 Deposit 203/1882

GREEN, Samuel clerk in holy orders Glenelg 1893. He attended to matters to do with St George's Square, pt Section 423, Alberton Application 22597

GREEN, Susan spinster near Pekina. Hundred of Tarcowie land grant 1880 Grant Book 13 Page 48 County Dalhousie

No 1

GREEN, Thomas gentleman Salisbury 1852[-1853] Memorial 6/44

No 2

GREEN, Thomas storekeeper Adelaide 1854 Memorial 251/62

GREEN, Thomas formerly grocer Adelaide but now out of business Kensington Park linked with William Green grocer Adelaide (Hanson St) 1890 Memorial 202/401

No 3

GREEN, Thomas farmer near Pt Wakefield Hundred of Goyder land grant 1870 Grant Book 56 Page 406 County Stanley

No 4 - perhaps the Elder

GREEN, Thomas gardener Kapunda 1874 Application 13988

No 5 - the Younger

GREEN, Thomas the Younger storekeeper Kapunda 1878[-1880] Memorial 203/307

GREEN, Thomas the Younger formerly grocer but now mining agent Kapunda 1912[-1916] Memorial 109/466

GREEN, Thomas mining agent Kapunda linked with A Green clerk South Tce, Kapunda 1921 Memorial 11/484

GREEN, Thomas John general dealer Adelaide (Hindley St) 1852 Memorial 142/39

No 1 - likely to be a mixture of the Elder and the Younger

GREEN, William labourer Adelaide 1838 Labourer Hindmash 1866 Application 19452

GREEN, William of Hindmarsh 1850 Memorial 14/218

GREEN, William plasterer Hindmarsh 1851 Memorial 443/38

GREEN, William plasterer Adams St, Hindmarsh 1885. He had lived there since c1860 Application 20469

GREEN, William plasterer Hindmarsh 1900 Application 24114

GREEN, William retired plasterer Hindmarsh 1904 Application 24759

GREEN, William plasterer Hindmarsh 1914 Application 26399

No 2

GREEN, William sheep farmer Adelaide 1840 Memorial 185/6

No 3

GREEN, William merchant Adelaide 1842[-1843]. Angas Special Survey land purchase Memorial 236/1

GREEN, William publican Glenelg 1843[-1844] Memorial 217/3 Farmer Glenelg 1846, and about to move away Memorial 337/6 [Formerly publican Glenelg but now] Farmer Angas Special Survey 1846 Memorial 234/7

GREEN, William [formerly farmer Angas Special Survey but now] storekeeper Adelaide 1849 [Invested in Norwood allotments] Memorials 424/15 & 52/17

GREEN, William gentleman Adelaide (North Tce) and Tabitha Green his wife 1851 Memorial 13/33

GREEN, William gentleman North Tce, Adelaide, and Tabitha Green his wife borrowed £16/7/6 from James WATERMAN publican Adelaide (Rundle St) on 2/5/1851, in order to travel to the Victorian diggings. They never returned to Adelaide to repay their debt, and in December 1851, James Waterman seized their Norwood pt allotment 7 on Sydenham St, which they had mortgaged to him as security for the loan. Trustees of his estate still trying to trace the Greens in 1888 - no success Application 21413

No 3

GREEN, William landholder Unley 1843 Memorial 313/3

GREEN, William publican The Horseshoe Inn Noarlunga 1847 Memorial 483/7

GREEN, William formerly landholder Unley, but now licensed victualler Noarlunga 1848 Memorial 134/12

No 5

GREEN, William land agent Adelaide 1852[-1854]. [Probably linked with George Green land agent Adelaide] Memorial 163/46

No 6

GREEN, William farmer Adelaide 1853 Memorial 308/48

No 7 - perhaps the same person

GREEN, William gardener Evandale near Angaston 1854[-1855] Memorial 98/88

GREEN, William farmer Moorooroo Creek 1861 Memorial 213/171

GREEN, William labourer Krondorf 1866 Application 8043

GREEN, William farmer Krondorf 1871 Application 11696

No 8

GREEN, William farmer near Freeling 1864 Application 4905

GREEN, William farmer near Templers 1864 Application 5736

No 9

GREEN, William assistant Wonoka 1869 Memorial 108/238

No 10

GREEN, William of Bordertown. Hundred of Tatiara land grant 1877 Grant Book 7 Page 6 County Buckingham

No 11

GREEN, William painter North Adelaide 1881 Memorial 242/336

No 12

GREEN, William farmer near Woodville, died 4/7/1899. Executors; James Bolwell BUTLER shoemaker Pt Adelaide and Elijah Butler ironmonger's assistant Pt Adelaide Memorial 86/439

GREEN, Ann Elizabeth of Findon, widow of William Green farmer near Woodville, who died 4/7/1899. By 1906, their children were Elizabeth Steggall EDSON wife of Thomas Edson farmer Black Hill, Emma DRISCOLL wife of John Driscoll ironmonger's assistant Pt Adelaide, William Green blacksmith Pt Adelaide, Mary Ann BEATTON wife of William Beatton carter Alberton , Grace Elizabeth CRITTENDEN wife of George Crittenden farmer Findon, and Naomi STEWART wife of William John Stewart ironmonger's assistant Grangerville 1906 Application 25201.

No 13

GREEN, William lucerne grower Findon. Findon Methodist Church trustee 1923 Memorial 14/487

No 14

GREEN, William labourer Kingston S-E. His wife, Ada Perry Green, died 19/9/1932 intestate. The Greens married on 1/5/1900. Children - Lois Elsie Green born 16/6/1900; Vernon William Green born 12/1/1902; Adrian Claude Green born 22/4/1904; Eldred Athos Green born 20/9/1907; Norma Elizabeth GURNEY born 1/10/1909 wife of Harold Clement Gurney contractor Kingston S-E; Elva Doreen Green born 14/4/1912 Application 28240

No 1

GREEN, William Henry labourer Saddleworth 1854 Memorial 74/80

GREEN, William Henry labourer formerly of Saddleworth but now of Pleasant Creek Vic 1863 Memorial 40/187

No 2

GREEN, William Henry carpenter Jamestown Quorn (Hundred of Pichi Richi) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 49 Page 7 County Newcastle

GREEN, William Joseph orchardist Ramco. Mid-Murray A & H Society trustee 1910 Grant Book 3 Page 96 County Albert

No 1

GREEN, William Morris stockholder Wirraminna Co Manchester 1879[-1883] Memorial 164/313

GREEN, William Morris stockholder formerly of Wirraminna but now of Adelaide 1887 Memorial 80/386

GREEN, William Morris broker Adelaide 1888 Memorial 66/395

GREEN, William Morris accountant Adelaide 1889 Memorial 15/398

GREEN, William Vivian out of business 8 Adelphi Tce, St Leonards 1939 Application 28217

No 1

GREENBERG, Barnett tailor Stepney Co Adelaide. Hundred of Mobilong land grant 1885 Grant Book 58 Page 370 County Sturt

GREENBERG, Barnett tailor Norwood 1892[-1894] Memorial 164/412, Application 22655

No 1

GREENE, Colclough gentleman Norwood 1878[-1883] Memorial 9/312

GREENE, Colclough gentleman Elizabeth St, Norwood, died 12/2/1897. Estate worth £500. His estate in trust to his wife, Mary Greene, for life, then to his three unmarried daughters, Mary Ellen Greene, Jane Greene and Margaret Greene, to use while they remain unmarried. As each married, she had to give her interest to those who were left. When none were left unmarried, the estate to be sold and the proceeds distributed equally to all three daughters. Mary Greene widow of Colclough Greene out of business deceased, died 7/4/1899, of gangrene of the leg, and cardiac syncope, aged 81 Application 25419

GREENE, George farmer Wakefield River purchased a half share in a seven-year lease to conduct the Wakefield Arms Hotel 1849 Memorial 396/14

No 1

GREENE, John gardener Fifth Creek 1898 Memorial 223/435

GREENE, John and Thomas of Fifth Creek 1901 Memorial 52/444

GREENE, Thomas yeoman Fifth Creek 1865 Memorial 226/201

No 1

GREENFIELD, Daniel carpenter North Adelaide 1855 Memorial 185/80

GREENFIELD, Daniel carpenter formerly of North Adelaide but now of the Glenelg Road near Adelaide 1860 Memorial 86/163

GREENFIELD, James butcher Mt Barker 1851[-1855] Memorial 339/32

GREENFIELD, James butcher Mt Barker 1854[-1857] Memorial 99/84

GREENFIELD, James butcher Mt Barker. Member of the South Eastern District Permanent Building and Investment Society 1860 Memorial 91/186

No 1

GREENFIELD, William farmer Hamilton on the Light 1858 Memorial 278/131

GREENFIELD, William formerly farmer Hamilton on the Light 1858 but now shepherd Hundred of Anna Co Eyre 1866 Application 7855

No 1

GREENHAM, Henry gentleman Hindmarsh 1846 Memorial 188/7

GREENHAM, Henry farrier Adelaide 1847[-1852] Memorial 194/9

GREENHAM, Henry formerly of Harrington St, Hobart VDL, but now yeoman Adelaide 1846 Memorial 248/7 Gentleman/yeoman Hindmarsh 1846 Memorial 188/7 Now gentleman Brownhill Creek 1848 [Seems to run concurrently with yeoman Adelaide until 1854 - same Hindmarsh land involved] Memorial 404/11

GREENHAM, Henry formerly yeoman Harrington St, Hobart VDL 1846 now yeoman Adelaide 1848 Application 9900

GREENHAM, Henry gardener Third Creek near Adelaide 1852[-1860] Memorial 111/42 Farmer Third Creek 1854[-1857] Memorial 117/66

GREENHAM, Henry gardener Third Creek. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1863 Grant Book 2 Page 47 County Adelaide

GREENHAM, Henry nurseryman Third Creek, died 29/9/1872. Husband of Isabella Greenham Memorial 153/402

GREENHAM, Isabella widow Third Creek 1878 Memorial 121/309

GREENHAM, Isabella widow Maylands 1882 Memorial 119/338

GREENHAM, Isabella widow Maylands 1883 Application 19932

GREENHAM, Isabella widow Third Creek 1890, relict of the late Henry Greenham, who died 29/12/1872 Memorial 13/402

GREENHOUGH, Joseph out of business Kapunda 1875 Application 14583

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

GREENHOUGH, Thomas [the Elder] stockkeeper Walkerville 1842 Memorial 270/2

GREENHAUGH/GREENHOUGH, Mary widow of Thomas Greenhaugh [the Elder] late of Walkerville 1851 Memorial 206/38

GREENHOUGH, Mary widow of the late Thomas Greenaugh of Walkerville. Hundred of Munno Para land grant 1851 Grant Book 1 Page 103 County Adelaide

GREENHOUGH, Thomas the Elder married Mary TOOLE, who emigrated 1840 William Nicholl from Kingston port, Ireland, on 17/1/1842 in a RC ceremony Rev’d William BENSON (Marriage certificate shows him as James GREENHAM - an error. Thomas Greenhough heartily disliked his surname and generally called himself Thomas Green). The family settled at Church St, Walkerville on pt lot 34, which John WALKER originally gave to the Walkerville Church Society. Thomas Greenhough stockkeeper Walkerville died May 1851 intestate, from drowning in the Torrens River. 3 sons and three daughters of the marriage - in 1865 the survivors were Thomas Greenhough the Younger aged 21 (born 25/1/1844; baptised 6/4/1844 Sponsors Patrick and Mary DEHANE), John Greenhough, Mary Ann Greenhough and James William Greenhough, under 21. Mary Greenhough remarried to John TAGGERT farmer Smithfield Gawler Plains by 1865, who had known the Greenhoughs for many years. Eliza MCDONALD wife of Christopher McDonald carriage proprietor North Adelaide, said that she had known Mary Greenhough ever since she, Eliza McDonald, had come to SA nearly 25 years ago c1840 Application 20821

GREENHOUGH, Thomas the Younger farmer Gawler Plains eldest son and heir at law of the late Thomas Greenhough formerly stockholder Walkerville now deceased 1865 Memorial 349/205

GREENHILL, W clerk to Messrs FENN & WA WEARING solicitors Adelaide 1851 Memorial 153/34

GREENICKE, William farmer Hundred of Davenport 1887 Memorial 38/389

GREENING, Alfred storekeeper Norwood 1855 Memorial 168/84

GREENING, John H clerk Narracoorte 1879 Memorial 140/317

GREENING, William farmer Stockport on the Gilbert Co Light Hundred of Koolunga land grant 1880 Grant Book 55 Page 188 County Stanley

GREENING, Willie Augustine orchardist Kersbrook and Ellen Maude Greening his wife 1953 Application 28939

No 1

GREENLEES, Albert Ernest mercantile clerk formerly of Norwood but at present of Glenelg and Ruby Emma Greenlees his wife formerly RE SCHUNKE spinster Glen Osmond and Adelaide (Hutt St) 1903 Memorial 197/448

GREENLEES, Albert Ernest mercantile clerk Glenelg and Ruby Emma Greenlees his wife 1903 Memorial 26/486

No 1

GREENLEES, David foreman Alberton 1886 Application 20996

No 2

GREENLEES, David labourer Unley and Ann Greenlees his wife 1898 Memorial 30/435

No 3

GREENLEES, David timber yard manager Beulah Road, Norwood. Norwood Methodist Church trustee 1912 Memorial 40/467

No 1

GREENLEES, James the Elder farmer near Willunga 1866 Memorial 149/211

GREENLEY, James farmer Aldinga 1867 Application 8099

GREENLEY/GREENLY, WIlliam Newton labourer Pt Adelaide 1875[-1877] Memorial 237/285

No 1

GREENOUGH, Joseph of Kapunda 1854 Memorial 107/69

GREENOUGH, Joseph farmer Kapunda 1858 Memorial 9/136

GREENOUGH, Joseph storekeeper Kapunda, died c1875. Husband of Mary Greenough. Father of Rose DAY, Sarah Elizabeth FRY and Ann Fry. Executor; James PEARCE merchant Kapunda Memorial 127/428

GREENOUGH, Joseph storekeeper Kapunda (now deceased) father of (1) Sarah Elizabeth FRY (now deceased)(wife of George Charles Fry gentleman Kapunda who died 8/12/1889??), (2) Ann Fry (now deceased - her children Arthur Henry Fry labourer near Perth WA then Coolgardie WA, Elizabeth May Fry, and Herbert Charles Greenough Fry ironmonger's assistant Adelaide) and (3) Rose DAY (now deceased)(wife of Richard John Day cabinetmaker Kapunda) 1896 Memorials 20-22& 29/429

No 1

GREENSHIELDS, Alexander Harvey draper Kapunda 1879[-1886] Memorial 228/317, Application 20887

GREENSHIELDS, Alexander Harvey draper Kapunda 1881, died 25/7/1897. His widow, Annie Greenshields, remarried to James Neilson SMITH JP farmer Fords Crossing, on 26/9/1901. The Greenshields' son called William Eunson Greenshields draper Kapunda 1881 Memorial 205/334 & Search 1102

GREENSHIELDS, Alexander Harvey draper Kapunda, died 25/7/1897. Husband of Annie Greenshields. Father of William Eunson Greenshields. Estate worth £6,534 Memorial 163/444

No 1 - probably the same person

GREENSHIELDS, Archibald presently residing at the Black Forest 1842 Memorial 451/1

GREENSHIELDS, Archibald farmer Myponga 1853[-1861] Memorial 306/50

GREENSHIELDS, John storekeeper Mallala 1884 Memorial 32/362

No 1

GREENSLADE, Charles saddler Adelaide 1847 Memorial 130/8

GREENSLADE, Charles formerly of King William St Adelaide but now of Penwortham 1849 Memorial 347/14

GREENSLADE, Charles innkeeper Penwortham and Hester Greenslade his wife 1849 Memorial 329/15

GREENSLADE, Charles publican Watervale 1851[-1855] Memorial 10/35

GREENSLADE, Charles farmer Watervale 1854 Enrolment 68/47

GREENSLADE, Charles landholder Watervale 1854 Memorial 56/70

GREENSLADE, Charles licensed victualler Penwortham 1855[-1856] Memorial 381/82

GREENSLADE, Charles farmer Leasingham 1856 Memorial 241/110

GREENSLADE, Charles licensed victualler formerly of Watervale but now of Penwortham 1858 Memorial 192/147

GREENSLADE, Charles licensed victualler Penwortham, about to depart the province for some time, power of attorney to Gavin David YOUNG and George YOUNG gentlemen Penwortham, to manage his SA business affairs during his absence 1858 Deposit 346/1889

GREENSLADE, Charles formerly licensed victualler Penwortham but now absent from SA 1859 Memorial 85/159

GREENSLADE, Charles licensed victualler [formerly of Penwortham but now of] Watervale 1862 Memorial 281/193

GREENSLADE, Charles licensed victualler Watervale, died late 1860s-early 1870s. Bequests to his wife, Esther Emily Greenslade, his son William Charles Greenslade, and his daughters, Mary Jane Greenslade and Sarah Esther Greenslade (aged 18 in 1870) Memorials 227 & 228/267

GREENSLADE, Charles born 3/1/1817, married Esther Emily nee ? born 21/2/1817, at Bath, Somerset, England, on 9/10/1836. Issue of the marriage 4 sons and three daughters. The eldest living son, William Charles GREENSLADE was born in Adelaide 2/8/1847. At the time of his death, Charles Greenslade was a licensed victualler at Watervale. Application 9370

GREENSLADE, Charles licensed victualler Watervale, died c1863. He left his wife, Esther Emily Greenslade, the furnishings and stock in trade of his hotel, the Stanley Arms. Unclear whether she took over the Stanley Arms absolutely eventually. Various other property held in trust for his children to take over absolutely in remainder expectant when they became 21 - son William Charles Greenslade, and daughters Mary Jane Greenslade and Sarah Esther Greenslade. Land in Islington, Hundreds of Clare and Upper Wakefield, including the Derby Arms Inn, Leasingham (the hotel for Mary Jane Greenslade). Executors and trustees - Esther Emily Greenslade, James ADCOCK storekeeper and Joseph Steer COLE schoolmaster both Watervale. Sarah Esther Greenslade 20 Watervale married Frank TRELOAR 20 clerk Watervale (Father: Francis Treloar) on 12/7/1872 William PARISH home Watervale. Witnesses William Parish labourer and Lucy Elizabeth Parish Watervale. Application 12990

GREENSLADE, Esther Emily licensed victualler Watervale widow of the late Charles Greenslade licensed victualler Watervale 1865 Application 6921

GREENSLADE, Esther Emily widow Watervale, declared tha she gave birth to her daughter, Mary Jane Greenslade, on 11/12/1850 at Watervale, where her husband, Charles Greenslade, was the publican 1871 Application 11814

No 1

GREENSLADE, Elias of Maitland Hundred of Maitland land grant 1880 Grant Book 19 Page 105 County Fergusson

GREENSLADE, Elias farmer Mt Torrens Hundred of Maitland land grant 1881 Grant Book 19 Page 105 County Fergusson

GREENSLADE, Elias farmer Kilkerran Hundred of Kilkerran land grant 1885 Grant Book 19 Page 171 County Fergusson

GREENSLADE, Elias farmer Maitland 1889 Memorial 217/397

GREENSLADE, Elias farmer Maitland Co Fergusson. Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1911 Grant Book 14 Page 285 County Daly

GREENSLADE, Frederick farmer Urania and Olive Blanche Greenslade his wife 1923[-1942] Memorial 48/487

No 1

GREENSLADE, George farmer Urania Maitland trustee school Hundred of Wauraltee land grant 1884 Grant Book 19 Page 224 County Fergusson

GREENSLADE, George farmer Yorke Valley Hundred of Wauraltee land grant 1887 Grant Book 19 Page 225 County Fergusson

GREENSLADE, George farmer Urania Hundred of Wauraltee land grant 1893 Grant Book 19 Page 226 County Fergusson

GREENSLADE, George farmer formerly of Maitland but now of Wauraltee 1893 Memorial 34/418

GREENSLADE, James miller College Town 1849[-1850] Memorial 8/19

No 1

GREENSLADE, William farmer Curramulka trustee Wesleyan Methodist Church Curramulka township allotment land grant 1879 Grant Book 19 Page 368 County Fergusson

GREENSLADE, William farmer Urania Hundred of Kilkerran land grant 1902 Grant Book 19 Page 174 County Fergusson

No 1

GREENSLADE, William of Penwortham and Amelia Hope Greenslade his wife. Pt Pirie (Hundred of Pirie) township allotment land grant 1872 Grant Book 60 Page 475 County Victoria

GREENSLADE, WC publican Gladstone 1873 Memorial 29/269

GREENSLADE, William Charles publican Gladstone Appila township allotment land grant 1874 Grant Book 24 Page 481 County Frome

GREENSLADE, William Charles publican Gladstone. Yarcowie (Hundred of Whyte) township allotment land grant 1874 Grant Book 60 Page 463 County Victoria

GREENSLADE, William Charles farmer Gladstone 1875 Application 14179

GREENSLADE, William Charles gentleman Watervale 1875 Memorial 90/285

GREENSLADE, WC of Pt Wakefield 1876 Memorial 15/289

GREENSLADE, William Charles publican Pt Wakefield Co Gawler. Yongala (Hundred of Yongala) township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 13 Page 151 County Dalhousie

GREENSLADE, William Charles licensed victualler Pt Wakefield 1877 Application 16531

GREENSLADE, William Charles licensed victualler Terminus Hotel Pt Wakefield sold his lease for £100 to Samuel Green REEVES miller Pt Wakefield 1876 Memorial 247/291

GREENSLADE, William Charles licensed victualler Pt Wakefield 1877 Memorial 127/303

GREENSLADE, William Charles publican Pt Wakefield Co Gawler. Rosetown (Hundred of Lacepede) township allotment land grant 1877 Grant Book 29 Page 221 County MacDonnell

GREENSLADE, William Charles licensed victualler Pt Wakefield Co Gawler. Farina (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 65 Page 68 County Not named

GREENSLADE, William Charles licensed victualler Quorn 1882 Memorial 35/338

GREENSLADE, William Charles licensed victualler Quorn. Hundred of Boolcunda land grant 1882 Grant Book 49 Page 44 County Newcastle

GREENSLADE, William Charles agent Quorn. Hundred of Pichi Richi land grant 1882 Grant Book 49 Page 27 County Newcastle

GREENSLADE, William Charles agent Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of Boolcunda land grant 1884 Grant Book 49 Page 44 County Newcastle

No 1 – William Henry Greenslade

GREENSLADE, William mariner Adelaide 1852 Memorial 423/43

GREENSLADE, William mariner Yankalilla 1856 Memorial 220/113

GREENSLADE, William Henry (otherwise known as William Greenslade) farmer Yankalilla 1859 Memorial 98/159

No 1

GREENSMITH, Francis Richard gentleman Thorpe, Co Derby, England, and Ann Greensmith his wife, formerly Ann LONG widow formerly of Morphett Vale formerly Ann EATON widow North Adelaide, power of attorney to Edward ROBERTS farmer Walton near Gawler, to sell any real estate belonging to Ann Greensmith, formerly Ann Eaton 8/12/1853 Deposit 231/OA

GREENSMITH, Francis Richard gentleman Thorpe, Co Derby, England and his wife, Ann Greensmith formerly Ann LONG widow formerly of Morphett Vale formerly Ann EATON widow North Adelaide 1854[-1855] Memorial 111/80

GREENSMITH, Francis Richard gentleman Thorpe, Co Derby, England and Ann Greensmith his wife formerly Ann LONG widow formerly of Morphett Vale formerly Ann EATON widow North Adelaide 1855 Memorial 284/200

No 1

GREENWAY, Alfred storekeeper Norwood 1853[-1867] Memorial 44/51 Clayton Congregational Chapel trustee 1855 Memorial 206/91

GREENWAY, Alfred storekeeper The Parade Norwood 1858 Memorial 43/145

GREENWAY, Alfred grocer Norwood 1862[-1865] Memorial 216/185

GREENWAY, Alfred out of business Norwood 1867 Memorial 80/225

GREENWAY, Alfred gentleman Norwood, power of attorney to Gilbert WOOD storekeeper Rundle St, Adelaide, and Joseph Eldin MOULDEN Esquire Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 27/12/1867 Deposit 51/1869

GREENWAY, Alfred storekeeper formerly of Norwood but now in parts beyond the seas 1869[-1882] Memorial 94/238

GREENWAY, Alfred gentleman formerly of Norwood but now of Birmingham, Co Warwick, England 1871 Application 11297

GREENWAY, AV of Laura 1880 Memorial 16/324

No 1 - probably the same person

GREENWAY, John of Nildottie 1881 Memorial 124/331

GREENWAY, John boundary rider Blanchetown Co Eyre. Hundred of Nildottie land grant 1884 Grant Book 3 Page 3 County Albert

GREENWOOD, Anne widow Mitcham 1855[-1861] Memorial 266/86

No 1 - probably the same person

GREENWOOD, Charles Frederick storeman Bowden 1870 Memorial 139/249

GREENWOOD, Charles storeman Hindmarsh 1873 Memorial 129/267

GREENWOOD, Charles F of Hindmarsh 1875 Memorial 101/281

GREENWOOD, Charles Frederick labourer Hindmarsh 1875 Application 22770

GREENWOOD, Elizabeth widow Penrice 1870 Application 10563

No 1

GREENWOOD, James labourer Adelaide 1848 Memorial 349/99

GREENWOOD, James yeoman Adelaide 1854 Memorial 27/70

GREENWOOD, James labourer Adelaide 1869 Memorial 73/307

GREENWOOD, James labourer Pt Adelaide and Sarah Greenwood his wife 1876. By 1878, J Greeenwood had died and Mrs Greenwood had returned to live in Adelaide Memorial 94/307

No 2

GREENWOOD, James of Kapunda 1859 Memorial 152/150

No 3

GREENWOOD, James chemist Clare 1875 Memorial 246/284

No 1

GREENWOOD, Thomas banker Chelmsford, Essex, England purchased land grants in the Mt Barker District 1845 Memorial 192/5

GREENWOOD, Thomas Esquire Sandfield Lodge, Hampstead, Middlesex, England, died 12/4/1880. He left land in SA and the Northern Territory. Husband of Marianna Greenwood and father of Robert Greenwood. RC Baker appointed attorney on 1/2/1882 to sell the property Deposit 83/1882

No 2

GREENWOOD, Thomas wheelwright Mt Barker 1853[-1860] Memorial 469/90

GREENWOOD, Thomas wheelwright formerly of Mt Barker but then of Mt Gamber 1861 Memorial 195/173

No 3

GREENWOOD, Thomas ganger Smithfield 1893 Application 22501

No 1

GREENWOOD, William of Auburn 1854 Memorial 76/69

GREENWOOD, William domestic servant Auburn 1855 Memorial 197/91

No 2

GREENWOOD, William chemist Kooringa 1859 Memorial 4/157

GREENWOOD, William chemist and druggist Kooringa, became a bankrupt in 1861 Memorial 241/173

GREENWOOD, William of Kooringa 1865 Memorial 76/208

No 3

GREENWOOD, William farmer Mt Gambier 1886 Memorial 176/379

No 4

GREENWOOD, William stockholder Angaston 1889 Application 21553

GREENWOOD, William Bentley of Beltana 1891 Memorial 17/409

GREER, Edward farmer Hamley Bridge Co Gawler. Hundred of Tarcowie land grant 1883 Grant Book 13 Page 52 County Dalhousie

No 1

GREER, GA articled clerk Adelaide 1885 Memorial 40/367

GREER, George A articled clerk to Paul Frederick BONNIN solicitor Adelaide 1888 Memorial 105/390

GREER, George A solicitor Adelaide 1901 Memorial 115/447

GREER, George A articled clerk to Charles M MUIRHEAD solicitor Adelaide 1907 Memorial 125/458

GREER, James draper Adelaide 1862 Memorial 342/186

No 1

GREER, James Shaw clerk Adelaide 1874 Application 13351

GREER, James Shaw accountant Adelaide 1879 Application 29330

GREER, James Shaw merchant Adelaide (Waymouth St) 1879 Memorial 49/321

GREER, James Shaw merchant Adelaide 1881 Application 18428

GREER, James Shaw accountant Unley 1887[-1888] Memorial 72/389

GREER, James Shaw accountant Hyde Park Unley Park, died 15/4/1890. Husband of Mary Maynard Greer who lived at Hyde Park by 1894 Memorial 77/422

No 1

GREER, John S Wesleyan Minister Mt Gamber 1863 Memorial 230/196

GREER, John Shaw Wesleyan Minister Gumeracha 1865 Memorial 116/202

GREER, Mary Bickle widow Goodwood Park 1890[-1911] Memorial 66/407

No 1

GREER, William dealer Pt Adelaide 1890[-1897] Memorial 2/404

GREER, William dealer Pt Adelaide, died c1901. Husband of Mary Greer Memorial 184/478

GREET, Henry Esquire formerly of Robe, Adelaide and elsewhere in SA, but now of Norham, Northumberland, England 1876 [Probably the same Henry Greet who had SA land dealings with Thomas Young Greet both of Berwick upon Tweed, England 1870] Memorials 180/318 & 228/244

GREET, Thomas Young late of Robetown SA, but now of Morris Hall, Northumberland, England, and Henry GREET, late of Robetown SA, but now of Norham, Northumberland, England, power of attorney to Henry SCOTT land agent Adelaide, to manage their SA business affairs 27/3/1870. TY Greet died 29/4/1873 Birch Hill, Northumberland. His wife called Sarah Jane Greet Deposit 77/1871

No 1

GREFE, Heinrich carpenter Tanunda 1853[-1855] Memorial 274/58

GREFE, Heinrich wheelwright Langmeil 1859 Memorial 48/149

GREFE, Johann Heinrich of Tanunda 1868 Memorial 161/232

No 1

GREFFRATH, Heinrich professor of foreign languages Adelaide 1857 Memorial 221/118

GREFFRATH, Heinrich philologist Adelaide 1857[-1858] Memorial 99/130

No 1

GREGG, Catherine hotelkeeper Booboorowie 1920[-1921] Memorial 190/482

GREGG, Catherine formerly hotelkeeper Booborowie now widow Wallaroo 1926 Application 27439

GREGG, Catherine formerly landlady Booborowie Hotel now widow Kadina 1926 Application 28153

GREGG, Catherine widow hotelkeeper formerly of Booborowie but now of Alberton 1938 Memorial 87/512

GREGG, Elvina Irene married woman Adelaide 1892 Application 22268

No 1

GREGG, Henry land owner Adelaide 1851 Memorial 96/188

GREGG, Henry land owner formerly of Adelaide but now of Clare 1863 Memorial 97/188

GREGG, Henry Mounted Police lance-corporal Clare 1851 Memorial 34/191

GREGG, Henry innkeeper Clare 1858 Memorial 346/151

GREGG, Henry poundkeeper Clare 1859 Memorial 344/151

GREGG, Henry licensed victualler The Clare Inn Clare, became a bankrupt in 1864 Memorial 174/196

GREGG, John farmer New Tiers 1856 Memorial 162/101

GREGG, Nicholas carpenter Penfield 1873 Memorial 160/270

GREGOR, Eduard Gottlieb foreman Ambleside (formerly Hahndorf). Member St Michael Lutheran Church Ambleside (formerly Hahndorf) 1931 Application 27837

GREGOR, Francis JP of Curramulka 1880 Memorial 158/322

No 1

GREGOR, James labourer Adelaide 1848 Memorial 334/11 Miner Kapunda 1853[-1854] Memorial 16/50 Farmer Allen Creek near Kapunda 1858 Memorial 232/146

GREGOR, James miner SA 1851 Memorial 114/38

GREGOR, James famer Allen Creek near Kapunda 1866 Memorial 196/213

GREGOR, James formerly miner Kapunda 1853 but now farmer Allen Creek 1866 Application 7535

GREGOR, James Clare farmer Curramulka Co Fergusson. Hundred of Bews land grant 1921 Grant Book 12 Page 11 County Chandos

No 1

GREGOR, John farmer Yorke Peninsula Hundred of Melville land grant 1874 Grant Book 19 Page 67 County Fergusson

GREGOR, John farmer Hundred of Curramulka 1884[-1888] Memorial 132/356

GREGOR, Louise spinster Bethany, linked with Johanne SCHRAPEL widow, who died c1885, owning land in Tanunda Application 20788

GREGOR, William farmer Yorke Peninsula Hundred of Melville land grant 1874[-1878] Grant Book 19 Page 68 County Fergusson

No 1

GREGORSON, Angus sheep farmer Limestone Run, Murray River, power of attorney to William MASSON farmer Upper Dry Creek, to manage his SA business affairs 7/11/1862 Deposit 167/1863

GREGORSON, Angus sheep farmer Limestone Run Murray River 1863 Memorial 76/192

GREGORSON, Angus gentleman Ardtornish Hundred of Wongyarra land grant 1864 Grant Book 23 Page 55 County Frome

No 1

GREGERSON, Murdoch John late Lieutenant 87th Royal Irish Fusiliers 1852 Hundred of Onkaparinga land grant Memorial 282/62

GREGORSON, Murdoch John late Lieutenant 87th Royal Irish Fusiliers but at present in Adelaide 1854 Memorial 191/70

GREGORY, Alfred John labourer Modbury 1877[-1878] Memorial 121/297

GREGORY, Charles and Henry Ernest farmers Morchard 1891 Memorial 222/407

No 1 - perhaps the same person

GREGORY, Clarissa Elizabeth Beeho spinster Adelaide 1855 Memorial 3/88

GREGORY, Clarissa Elizabeth spinster Hindmarsh 1858[-1861] Memorial 116/139

No 1 - perhaps the same person

GREGORY, Edward and William farmers Upper Dry Creek 1866 Memorial 41/217

GREGORY, Edward farmer Upper Dry Creek 1884 Application 20272

GREGORY, Edward farmer Tea Tree Gully 1885 Application 20806

GREGORY, Edward farmer Modbury 1901 Application 24336

GREGORY, Edward George butcher Brighton 1884 Memorial 82/359

No 1

GREGORY, Edward Stuart labourer Brighton. St Jude's Anglican Church trustee 1914[-1931] Memorial 167/504

GREGORY, Edward Stuart labourer Brighton Trustee St Jude's Anglican Church Brighton 1931 Application 27841

GREGORY, EM clerk 2 Howard St, Underdale 1938 Memorial 18/514

No 1

GREGORY, Emanuel fitter Mile End and Mary Jane Gregory his wife 1933 Memorial 8/507

GREGORY, Emanuel formerly fitter Mile End but now farmer Golden Grove and Mary Jane Gregory his wife 1936 Memorial 84/510

No 1

GREGORY, George labourer Adelaide 1839. He had links with Payneham Application 13603

GREGORY, George labourer Adelaide 1841 Memorial 122/343

GREGORY, George farmer formerly of Adelaide, but now of Gumeracha 1848 Memorial 276/11

GREGORY, George farmer Section 6063 and 6064 Sources of the Torrens at Gumeracha 1853 Memorial 401/53

GREGORY, George farmer Hope Farm near Gumeracha 1877. Father of John Gregory carter Chain of Ponds Memorial 89/343

GREGORY, George farmer Gumeracha 1855[-1859] Chain of Ponds Bible Christian Chapel trustee Memorial 5/89

No 2

GREGORY, George farmer Dry Creek 1851 Memorial 144/34

GREGORY, George farmer formerly of Dry Creek 1851 but now of Gawler 1868 Application 9576

No 3

GREGORY, George wheelwright Hindmarsh 1854 Memorial 395/66

GREGORY, George wheelwright [formerly of Hindmarsh but now of] Gawler 1857[-1870] Memorial 262/124

GREGORY, George machinist Gawler 1870. He was in SA by 1848 Application 10802

No 4

GREGORY, George mariner Pt Adelaide 1854[-1855] Memorial 260/76

GREGORY, Isabella seamstress Brighton [Mrs Stanley Horace Gregory] Pt Victoria township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 19 Page 205 County Fergusson

GREGORY, James labourer Kapunda 1851 Memorial 309/32

No 1 - confused references but probably the same person

GREGORY, John upholsterer Thebarton 1839 Application 26434

GREGORY, John mattress maker no description bought land at Thebarton 1843 Memorial 225/39

GREGORY, John mattress maker Adelaide (Rundle St) 1846 Memorial 316/7

GREGORY, John upholsterer Adelaide (Rundle St) 1847 Application 22770

GREGORY, John farmer Little Para 1848 Memorial 105/14

GREGORY, John storekeeper Adelaide 1848[-1849]. Memorial 41/11 Husband of Ann Gregory 1849 Memorial 223/19

GREGORY, John upholsterer formerly of Thebarton but now of Brighton 1849 Memorial 146/17

GREGORY, John upholsterer Adelaide 1851 Memorial 167/30

GREGORY, John mattress maker Thebarton 1852 Memorial 225/39

GREGORY, John mattress maker Adelaide (Rundle St) 1858 Memorial 82/144

GREGORY, John gentleman formerly of Rundle St, Adelaide but now of Brighton 1875 Memorial 9/284

GREGORY, John mattress maker Thebarton 1841 Rundle St Adelaide 1858 Applications 159 & 20942

GREGORY, John gentleman, lived on allotment 343 Light Tce, Thebarton, during the early 1840s, in a house built of earth. Here, three of their sons were born. In 1844, the family shifted to Rundle St, where their daughter, Isabella Gregory, was born on 11/6/1847. By 1849, the family had shifted to Brighton. John Gregory's daughter, Isabella JOHNSON married woman New Glenelg 1912 gave this information Application 25874

GREGORY, John yeoman Thebarton 1842. He died c1880. Estate in trust to his wife, Ann Gregory, for life. She died 21/4/1896 Brighton, of senile decay and exhaustion, aged 85. Their son, William Gregory police sergeant Mt Barker, died 6/12/1885, of pneumonia, aged 41. Robert Gregory butcher Brighton, was another son Applications 23226 and 23227

No 2 – the Elder; perhaps a continuation of No 1

GREGORY, John yeoman Brighton 1851 Memorial 300/30

GREGORY, John farmer Brighton 1853[-1875] Memorial 21/60

GREGORY, John farmer Brighton Minlaton township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 19 Page 195 County Fergusson

GREGORY, John the Elder farmer Brighton Parham township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 26 Page 363 County Gawler

No 3 - perhaps a continuation of No 1; and/or perhaps a continuation of No 2

GREGORY, John licensed victualler Brighton 1853 Memorial 269/46

No 5

GREGORY, John whitesmith Pt Adelaide 1852[-1853] Memorial 238/42

No 6 – the Younger

GREGORY, John farmer Hindmarsh Island 1860 Application 1018

GREGORY, John farmer Hindmarsh Island Clayton (Hundred of Alexandrina) township allotment land grant 1862[-1868] Grant Book 36 Page 457 County Hindmarsh

GREGORY, John the Elder and the Younger farmers Hindmarsh Island Clayton (Hundred of Alexandrina) township allotment land grant 1865 Grant Book 36 Page 457 County Hindmarsh

GREGORY, John the Younger farmer Hindmarsh Island near Goolwa Minlaton township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 19 Page 196 County Fergusson

No 7

GREGORY, John farmer South Rhine Hundred of South Rhine land grant 1861 Grant Book 58 Page 234 County Sturt

No 8

GREGORY, John farmer Millbrook Co Adelaide. Hundred of Walloway land grant 1882 Grant Book 13 Page 225 County Dalhousie

GREGORY, John farmer Orroroo son of the late George Gregory formerly farmer Hope Farm, Gumeracha, now deceased 1882 Memorial 43/344

No 1

GREGORY, John farmer Kilkerran Co Fergusson. Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1884 Grant Book 14 Page 420 County Daly

GREGORY, John farmer Kilkerran Co Fergusson. Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1885 Grant Book 14 Page 421 County Daly

GREGORY, John William and Sydney James farmers Moonta. Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1911 Grant Book 14 Page 283 County Daly

GREGORY, John Thomas farmer Purnong Landing. Hundred of Forster land grant 1902 Grant Book 3 Page 28 County Albert

No 1

GREGORY, Nathaniel yeoman Nairne 1852 Memorial 276/43

GREGORY, Nathaniel yeoman Nairne 1854. Primitive Methodist Chapel trustee. Enrolment 11/24

GREGORY, Nathaniel farmer Nairne 1858[-1859] Memorial 136/145

GREGORY, Richard Charles draper Mt Torrens 1858[-1861] Memorial 61/134

No 1

GREGORY, Robert farmer Mt Pleasant linked with William Gregory farmer Gumeracha 1866 Memorial 249/222

No 2

GREGORY, Robert butcher Brighton 1879[-1882] Memorial 177/313

GREGORY, Robert and William farmers Brighton Hundred of Kilkerran land grant 1882 Grant Book 19 Page 170 County Fergusson

GREGORY, Robert butcher Brighton and William Gregory formerly farmer Brighton but then police trooper Moonta Hundred of Kilkerran land grant 1884 Grant Book 19 Page 170a County Fergusson

GREGORY, Robert formerly butcher now out of business Brighton, son of John Gregory butcher Brighton deceased 1887 Application 21216

GREGORY, Robert Pearce machinist Broughton [later named Redhill]. Perhaps family link with James PEARCE machinist Broughton (latger called Redhillk Hundred of Redhill) township allotment land grant 1874[-1876] Grant Book 14 Page 496 County Daly

GREGORY, Theodore Wilton Francis farmer Modbury linked with William Alfred Gregory farmer Mt Hope 1915 Memorial 76/472

No 1

GREGORY, Thomas carpenter Thebarton 1839 Application 10421

GREGORY, Thomas wheelwright Adelaide 1843 Memorial 3/297

GREGORY, Thomas wheelwright Dry Creek 1845 Memorial 323/5

GREGORY, Thomas farmer Adelaide 1850 Memorial 374/29

GREGORY, Thomas farmer Dry Creek 1851. Father of George Gregory farmer and wheelwright Dry Creek, Edward Gregory farmer Dry Creek, George Gregory farmer Dry Creek and William Gregory farmer Dry Creek Memorials 140/34,141/34, 142/34, 144/34

GREGORY, Thomas farmer Dry Creek and Maria Gregory his wife 1856. Father of George Gregory wheelwright formerly of Dry Creek but now of Adelaide Memorial 16/106

GREGORY, Thomas carpenter Adelaide 1839 13/4/1860 now a farmer Dry Creek, died of drowning, aged 62 Application 9576

GREGORY, Thomas farmer Dry Creek, died c1860. He left his real estate in trust for his wife, Maria Gregory, during her lifetime then to his son, Alfred John Gregory, in remainder expectant absolutely Memorial 265/164

GREGORY, Thomas farmer Dry Creek, died 13/4/1860 Dry Creek. All his estate to his wife, Maria Gregory, for life, then to his son, Alfred John Gregory. If AJ Gegory died before his mother and without heirs, then the estate to be divided equally amongst Thomas Gregory's other sons, George Edward Gregory and William Gregory. Estate worth £50 Application 25828

GREGORY, Maria widow (of the late Thomas Gregory formerly farmer Dry Creek, who died 13/4/1860), agreed in 1867 to surrender her life interest in her late husband's estate to her son, Alfred John Gregory, who who had turned 21 in September 1861. Edward Gregory mentioned but not described Memorial 5/226

GREGORY, Maria widow Upper Dry Creek 1877, relict of the late Thomas Gregory formerly farmer Upper Dry Creek, who died 13/4/ 1860. Probably linked with Alfred John Gregory farmer Upper Dry Creek Memorial 28/297

No 2

GREGORY, Thomas farmer Pinkerton Plains Hundred of Alma land grant 1878[- 1882] Grant Book 26 Page 87 County Gawler

GREGORY, Walter of Normanville 1901 Memorial 146/447

No 1

GREGORY, William labourer Adelaide 1839 Application 20469

GREGORY, William yeoman Section 345 Pine Forest near Adelaide 1845[-1851] Memorial 112/5

GREGORY, William farmer Upper Dry Creek 1854 Memorial 492/65

GREGORY, William farmer Upper Dry Creek and Henrietta Gregory his wife 1866[-1873] Memorial 30/211

GREGORY, William farmer Modbury, died 20/7/1880. Husband of Henrietta Gregory Memorial 94/325

GREGORY, William died 20/7/1880. His estate to his wife, Henrietta Gregory, in trust for life, for the rearing of their children and for her personal support. Following her death, an independent valuator to price the real estate and offer it for sale to the sons, then the daughters, in order of age. Henrietta Gregory died 5/5/1912. A great deal of biographical detail about this family included in these references Memorial 94/325, Enrolments 13-15/1915

GREGORY, William farmer married Henrietta WESTPHAL on 9/8/1852. William Gregory farmer Modbury, died 20/7/1880. Estate worth £200. His widow, Henrietta Gregory, died 5/5/1912. Children - Louisa Gregory later ROBERTS born 2/5/1853; William Alfred Gregory born 21/3/1855; Esther Gregory born 30/4/1857; Charles Gregory born 22/4/1859; Thomas Gregory born 15/8/1861; Henry Westphall Gregory born 10/11/1863; Henrietta Phoebe Gregory born 17/1/1866; Jane Anna Isabella Gregory born 13/8/1869; Emanuel Gregory born 5/1/1871; Theodore Wilton Francis Gregory born 20/12/1873; Bertha Frances Alberta Beatrice Gregory born 1/2/1877. Charles WILLCOX merchant Adelaide, a family friend for more than 42 years, gave the above information Application 27144

GREGORY, William 23 farmer Upper Dry Creek m Henrietta WESTPHAL 17 spinster Upper Dry Creek 9/8/1852 Rev’d Frederick Platts. William Gregory farmer Modbury died 20/7/1880. His wife, Henrietta Louisa Gregory, of Golden Grove, died 5/5/1912, of the effects of burns, aged 76. Born Germany. In SA 64 years. 5 sons living; 5 daughters living. One son dead. Eldest daughter Louisa Roberts GREGORY born 2/5/1853; eldest son William Alfred Gregory born 21/3/1855. The Gregory farm at Upper Dry Creek called Cowdown Deposit 14/1915

GREGORY, William farmer Modbury died 20/7/1880. He had married Henrietta Westphal on 9/8/1852 at St Andrew’s Walkerville. Mrs Gregory died 5/5/1912. The couple had 11 children. Good friends with Charles Willcox merchant Adelaide for over 40 years Deposit 14/1915

No 2

GREGORY, William mariner Adelaide 1851 Memorial 204/32

No 3

GREGORY, William farmer Gumeracha 1865 Memorial 116/202

No 4

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

No 5

GREGORY, William farmer Minlacowie trustee Hundred of Minlacowie land grant 1877 Grant Book 19 Page 253 County Fergusson

No 6

GREGORY, William police trooper Pt Pirie Co Victoria. Minlaton township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 19 Page 196 County Fergusson

GREGORY, William police trooper Moonta Co Daly. Hundred of Kilkerran land grant 1884 Grant Book 19 Page 170a County Fergusson

GREGORY, William Alfred farmer Modbury 1883 Memorial 179/352

GREGORY, William Henry of Richmond Vic owned land in Norwood 1872 Memorial 94/258

GREGSON, Arthur Henry farmer Wild Horse Plains 1879[-1882] Memorial 51/318

GREGURKE, Johannis Gottfried August farmer Moorlands Co Russell. Hundred of Sherlock land grant 1911 Grant Book 6 Page 34 County Buccleuch

GREGURKE, Paul Theodor Ernst farmer Wilkawatt. Hundred of Cotton land grant 1936 Grant Book 12 Page 128 County Chandos

No 1

GREIG, Alan Longbourne sheep farmer Motpena 1879 Memorial 239/319

GREIG, Alan Longbourne sheep farmer Mopurna Station 1882 Memorial 176/344

No 1

GREIG, Alexander of Adelaide 1841 Memorial 98/28

GREIG, Alexander gentleman Dirleton Green Western Sources of the Torrens 1846 Memorial 83/6 Blacksmith Western Sources of the Torrens 1846 Memorial 171/8. He bought land grant Section 6193 Hundred of Talunga. Blacksmith Dirleton Green Hundred of Talunga 1851 Memorial 163/31

GREIG, Alexander landowner Dirleton Green Hundred of Talunga 1864 Memorial 101/203

GREIG, Alexander landowner Dirleton Green Hundred of Talunga. Father of David Greig 1871 Memorial 60/283

No 2

GREIG, Alexander licensed victualler Adelaide 1853[-1855] Memorial 470/58

GREIG, Alexander innkeeper Adelaide, died c1860. He left his personal estate to his wife, Eliza Thompson Greig, absolutely. His money and real estate invested in trust for his wife during her lifetime, then equally absolutely in remainder expectant to his nephew John Alexander MACKENZIE and niece Anne MACKENZIE Memorial 169/168

GREIG, Alexander innkeeper Adelaide, died c1860. All his personal property, including hotel furnishings, to his wife, Eliza Thompson GREIG absolutely. His friend, Albion James TOLLEY, to be trustee of the freehold and mortgage estate, in trust to pay the income to Mrs Greig for life, then in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant to the testator’s nephew John Alexander MCKENZIE and niece Anne MACKENZIE Enrolment 89/41

GREIG, Alfred and James Brook Greig farmers Crystal Brook sons of Phoebe Greig widow Crystal Brook 1902 Memorial 94/446

No 1

GREIG, Ann of Adelaide (Hobson Place off Wright St) 1842[-1857] Memorial 4/278

No 2

GREIG, Ann widow Glenelg 1860 Memorial 154/167

No 1

GREIG, Benjamin livery stable keeper Adelaide 1848 Memorial 57/143

GREIG, Benjamin livery stable keeper Adelaide gave up his business at the Sturt Hotel Grenfell St 1849 Memorial 370/13

GREIG, Benjamin livery stable keeper Adelaide, died c1858. He left his entire estate to his wife, Mary Greig Memorial 211/136

No 1

GREIG, Charles Eaton gentleman Melbourne Vic 1861 Memorial 161/177

No 1

GREIG, Christina linked with her attorney David Greig no description for the sale of Dirleton Green Farm [probably near Gumeracha] to LA PONTT 1875 Memorial 90/284

No 2 FIND TEST RUN

GRIEG, Christina widow Troubridge Co Fergusson. Hundred of Joyce land grant 1882 Grant Book 51 Page 9 County Robe

GREIG, Christina of Willowie 1889 Memorial 96/397

No 1

GREIG, Colin farmer Horrocks Creek Miranda township allotment land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 786 County Frome

GREIG, Colin farmer Winninowie 1889 Memorial 159/396

GREIG, Colin and John farmers Winninowie 1890 Memorial 228/403

No 1

GREIG, David and Murray farmers Willowie trustees Public Cemetery Willowie Hundred of Willowie land grant 1884 Grant Book 24 Page 745 County Frome

GREIG, David and Murray farmers Willowie trustees Institute Willowie Willowie township allotment land grant 1894 Grant Book 24 Page 577 County Frome

No 1 - perhaps the same person

GREIG, George merchant Adelaide 1839 Application 6704

GREIG, George of Adelaide 1850 Memorial 23/25

GREIG, George farmer Adelaide 1853 Memorial 332/57

GREIG, George gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now of Noarlunga 1857 Memorial 280/124

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

GREIG, George farmer and roadmaker near Inverbrackie 1860 Memorial 16/168

No 1

GREIG, Harriet widow Adelaide 1853[-1857] Memorial 171/59

GREIG, Harriet widow Adelaide 1855 Hundred of Nangkita land grant Memorial 185/159

No 1

GREIG, James carpenter Walkerville 1839 Application 10159

GREIG, Margaret widow Kapunda, declared that her husband James Greig carpenter Walkerville, died 1842 intestate, leaving his only child, William Greig stockholder Kapunda, as heir at law. William Greig now 22 years old and upwards17/10/1853. Application 650

No 2

GREIG, James carpenter Adelaide 1838 Enrolment 10/24

GREIG, James [formerly carpenter Adelaide but now] farmer Lower Mitcham. Owned Walkerville land 1855 Memorial 316/80

GREIG, James farmer Brownhill Creek 1851[-1853] Memorial 418/51

GREIG, James farmer [formerly of Brownhill Creek but now of] The Gilbert 1856 Memorial 407/95

GREIG, James farmer Macaw Creek 1858 Macaw Creek Wesleyan Chapel trustee Memorial 161/138

GREIG, James yeoman Riverton linked with Thomas Greig farmer Lower Mitcham 1863 Memorial 149/189

GREIG, James farmer formerly of Mitcham, died 10/3/1865 Riverton. £50 each to his sons Thomas and James Greig immediately from his personal estate. Trustees William FINLAYSON farmer Mitcham Road near Adelaide and James GARDINER storekeeper Mitcham to manage the freehold and mortgage estates while Greig’s wife, Catherine Greig, survives or until she remarries; all the income to go to the wife for the rearing of her family; power for the trustees to sell real estate with the written permission of the widow - then the estate to go in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant to the surviving children of the marriage. Estate worth £1,000 Application 19613

GREIG, Catherine widow Riverton 1872[-1876] Memorial 84/258

GREIG, Catherine widow Wallaroo relict of the late James Greig formerly of Lower Mitcham and then of the Gilbert River now deceased 1882 Memorial 248/345

No 3 - probably the Younger

GREIG, James and Thomas farmers The Gilbert 1865[-1871] Memorial 328/208

GREIG, James farmer Navan Co Light. Pt Pirie (Hundred of Pirie) township allotment land grant 1872 Grant Book 60 Page 475 County Victoria

GREIG, James farmer Navan Co Light. Hundred of Crystal Brook land grant 1879 Grant Book 60 Page 227 County Victoria

No 4

GREIG, James farmer Hundred of Yangya. Trustee Institute Booyoolie Booyoolie (later part of Gladstone Hundred of Booyoolie) township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 318 County Victoria

GREIG, James farmer Mt Torrens Co Adelaide. Hundred of Yangya land grant 1880 Grant Book 60 Page 94 County Victoria

GREIG, James of Gladstone 1888 Memorial 91/394

GREIG, JJ & Co land brokers Adelaide 1921 Application 27159

No 1

GREIG, John builder Georgetown. Hundred of Caltowie land grant 1879 Grant Book 60 Page 190 County Victoria

No 2 – perhaps the same person

GREIG, John farmer Horrocks Creek Miranda township allotment land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 786 County Frome

GREIG, John farmer Nectar Brook trustee unnamed Church Hundred of Woolundunga land grant 1902 Grant Book 23 Page 140 County Frome

GREIG, Murray farmer Caltowie Hundred of Willowie land grant 1885 Grant Book 24 Page 746 County Frome

No 1

GREIG, Richard farmer Crystal Brook 1880 Memorial 150/329

GREIG, Richard farmer Crystal Brook. Hundred of Crystal Brook land grant 1881 Grant Book 60 Page 232 County Victoria

GRIEG, Robert farmer Navan Co Light. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1882 Grant Book 14 Page 67 County Daly

GREIG, T farmer Wallaroo 1893 Memorial 214/416

No 1

GREIG, William stockholder near Kapunda 1853. Links with Margaret Greig widow near Kapunda relict of the late James Greig carpenter Walkerville Memorial 72/58

GREIG, William stockkeeper Kapunda 1853 Memorial 418/92

GREIG, William farmer Light River 1855 Memorial 417/92

GREIG, William farmer near Hamilton 1864 Application 4980

No 2

GREIG, William storekeeper Dowlingville 1893 Memorial 117/419

GREIMER/GREINER, Heinrich farmer Adelaide 1849 [Perhaps linked with Gotthelf Greiner of London 1896 - very doubtful; executor to Harry KARLBAUM of London] Memorials 412/14 & 155/429

GREINER, James farmer near Goolwa 1859 Application 767

No 1

GRENET, Emile greengrocer Adelaide and Marie Louise Grenet his wife formerly Marie Louise KOHLY spinster 1871 Memorial 101/255

GRENET, Emile cook Richmond and Marie Louise Grenet his wife formerly Marie Louise nee KIRKLY?? 1872 Memorial 21/262

GRENET, Emile licensed victualler Echunga and Marie Louise Grenet his wife formerly ML KOHLY 1873 Memorial 249/270

GRENFELL, Henry miner Redruth Burra Burra Mine 1850 Memorial 353/20

GRENFELL, Pascoe St Leger Esquire Liverpool, Lancs, England, power of attorney to John MORPHETT Esquire Adelaide, to supervise the sale of Grenfell’s two Country Sections of land to Charles IBBOTSON Esquire Crofton Hall, near Wakefield, Yorks, England 28/3/1839 Enrolment 55/7

No 1

GRENFELL, Richard miner Burra Mines 1851 Memorial 396/38

GRENFELL, Richard miner The Burra 1851 Grant Book 0 Page 10 County Unnamed

GRENFELL, Richard miner Redruth Co Burra 1852 Memorial 49/47 Stockholder Redruth 1853 Memorial 110/56

GRENFELL, Richard [formerly miner Redruth but now] farmer Watervale 1858 Memorial 88/135

GRENFELL, Richard farmer Mt Horrocks 1861 Application 2536

GRENFELL, Richard farmer Watervale, died 23/2/1866 of consumption, 9393aged 61. He left his entire estate to his wife, Ann Warren Grenfell absolutely Application 15284, Enrolment 13/47

GRENFELL, Ann Warren widow Watervale 1876, relict of the late Richard formerly stockholder Redruth 1853 then farmer near Watervale 1866. She could not write Application 15284

No 2

GRENFELL, Richard of Mt Freeling 1891 Memorial 103/410

GRENFELL, Thomas Henry farmer Alford, had died by 1900. Executor – Walter Visick BACHE hotelkeeper Alford Grant Book 14 Page 217 County Daly

No 1

GRENFELL, William miner Redruth near the Burra Burra 1850 Memorial 382/20

No 2

GRENFELL, William potter Mt Lofty 1866[-1878] Memorial 133/211

GRENFELL, William earthenware manufacturer New Tiers 1882 Application 19030

GRESCHKE, Christian farmer Section 974 Hundred of Moorooroo 1865 Memorial 227/200

No 1

GRETTON, Amelia Louisa Vaux widow Adelaide 1850 Memorial 267/23

GRETTON, Amelia Louisa Vaux widow Lockleys, relict of George Mussell Gretton of Wellington Square, North Adelaide, about to leave the province, power of attorney to Edward Amand WRIGHT agent King William St, Adelaide agent and Arthur James WRIGHT gentleman Lockleys, to manage her SA business affairs 26/12/1850 Deposit 70/OA

GRETTON, Amelia Louisa Vaux widow formerly of Adelaide but now in England 1852[-1857] Memorial 470/45

No 1

GRETTON, George LeMessurier solicitor Adelaide (Imperial Chambers) 1879 Memorial 25/319

GRETTON, George LeMessurier solicitor Adelaide 1881 Memorial 224/330

No 1

GREVE/GREEVE, George saddler and harnessmaker Mt Gambier 1867 Memorial 55/220

GREVE, George saddler and harness maker Mt Gambier, became a bankrupt in 1867 Memorial 162/229

GREVE/GRIEVES, George saddler Mt Gambier 1876 Memorial 206/295

GREVE, George saddler Mt Gambier 1880 Application 17960

GREW, Robert dealer Adelaide (Light Square) 1850[-1851] Memorial 48/22

No 1

GREWATSCH, Ferdinand tailor Adelaide 1861 Memorial 89/175

GREWATSCH, Ferdinand general dealer Adelaide 1865 Memorial 237/200

GREY, Charles of Adelaide 1858 Memorial 20/142

GREY, Charles Scoboria saddler Balaklava Balaklava township allotment land grant 1890 Grant Book 26 Page 216 County Gawler

GREY, Edward innkeeper Pt Adelaide 1854 Memorial 327/69

No 1

GREY, Edward John publican Pt Adelaide 1845 Memorial 272/5

GREY, Edward John publican Coach & Horses Inn, Port Road 1846 Memorial 465/6 Gentleman Beverley 1850 Memorial 125/24

GREY, Edward John Coach & Horses Hotel York township on the Port Road 1846-1848 Application 22071

GREY, Edward John publican Halfway House Hotel York township on the Port Road 1848-1850 Application 22071

GREY, Edward John licensed victualler formerly of Adelaide but now of Melbourne Vic 1854[-1859] Linked with Elizabeth Grey widow Adelaide Memorial 290/78

GREY, Edward John gentleman formerly of Beverley and Mary Anne Grey his wife 1857 Memorial 200/129

GREY, Edward John formerly publican Pt Adelaide 1845 but now residing in Victoria and Mary Ann Grey of the Port Road his wife 1859. Mary Ann Grey otherwise known as Mary Ann DICKES. Mother of Charles Dickes [He later called himself Charles Dickes HAYNES] Memorials 54/13 & 337/151

GREY, Mary Ann formerly DICKES, wife of EJ Grey publican Port Road 1848. Mother of an infant son, Charles Dickes, on whom she settled land adjacent to the Port Road [the Halfway House Hotel at York township] Memorial 54/13

GREY, Mary Ann otherwise known as Mary Ann DICKES of the Port Road near Adelaide 1850 Memorial 270/54

GREY, Mary Ann of Pt Adelaide, wife of Edward John Grey publican late of the Halfway House Port Road 1852 Memorial 448/42.

GREY, Mary Anne wife of Edward John Grey gentleman formerly of Beverley near Adelaide 1856 Memorial 181/107

GREY, Mary Ann widow York township Port Road 1874 Memorial 13/273

No 1

GREY, Frederick of Pt Pirie 1875 Memorial 122/282

GREY, Fred auctioneer Pt Pirie 1889[-1893] Memorial 196/398

GREY, Frederick commission agent Pt Pirie 1893 Memorial 134/418

GREY, George tinplate worker Norwood 1851 Memorial 333/33

No 1

GREY, George Jenkins painter Hindmarsh 1859[-1863] Memorial 74/154

GREY, George Jenkins painter Richard St, Hindmarsh and Ann Grey his wife 1876 Memorial 158/296

GREY, George Jenkins painter Richard St, Hindmarsh, died 29/11/1876. His personal estate to his wife, Ann Grey absolutely. His real estate to his wife, Ann Grey, in trust for life, then to be sold and the proceeds distributed equally absolutely in remainder expectant amongst his children - George William Grey, Mary Elizabeth Grey, Mrs CHRISTENSEN, Edward Henry Grey, and Stephen Grey. Estate worth £50. Mary Elizabeth Christensen 35 widow Ackland St, Adelaide remarried to William RESUGGAN 32 widower mason Ackland St, Adelaide (Father: William Resuggan) on 28/9/1882 Registrar-General's Office Victoria Square, Adelaide. Minister: John A Punkett Deputy Registrar. Witnesses: Louisa HYDE widow Adelaide A Resuggan matron Parkside. Henry Pearce Resuggan labourer Halifax St, Adelaiade, died 5/2/1890 Adelaide Hospital, of pulmonary phthisis, aged 38. Ann Grey widow of the late George Jenkins Grey painter Hindmarsh, died 13/10/1902 Hindmarsh, of senile decay, aged 84 Application 24634

No 1

GREY, John Esquire Lake Alexandrina 1851 Memorial 489/62

No 2

GREY, John gardener Unley 1852 Memorial 82/46

GREY, Joseph of Lake Albert 1865 Memorial 298/203

No 1

No 1

GREY, Stephen shoemaker Hindmarsh 1877[-1883] Memorial 44/301

GREY, Stephen shoemaker formerly of Hindmarsh but now of Bowden, uncle of Sophie Marie WOOLFE widow Parkside 1921 Memorial 125/483

GREY, Stephen out of business 28 Seventh St, Bowden 1943 Memorial 87/517

GREY, Stephen out of business 28 Seventh St Bowden, died 3/7/1948 Royal Adelaide Hospital. Bequest to Mabel Agnes Veronica RYAN married woman 28 Seventh St, Bowden Memorial 33/523

GREY, William carpenter and builder Richards St, Hindmarsh 1839 Husband of Elizabeth Grey (died April 1863). Son Edward John Grey carpenter Elizabeth St, Collingwood Vic 1862. Daughter Mary Jane Grey married Crisp Barridge Carter, who died 17/3/1862. She continued to live in her parents' home at Hindmarsh. William Bacon Carter Deputy Registrar-General Adelaide 1875 was her brother-in-law Application 14096

No 1

GREY, Zacharias miner Adelaide 1846 Memorial 342/113

GREY, Zacharias labourer Princess Royal Mine 1848 Memorial 61/13

GREY, Zacharias yeoman Aberdeen 1851 Application 18071

GREY, Zacharias yeoman Kooringa 1854 Memorial 303/77

GREYMAN, Frederick gardener Klemzig 1896, aged 49, had lived in the area since c1849 Application 23215

No 1

GRIBBLE, James miner Fullarton 1847 Memorial 225/9

GRIBBLE, James miner Kawan near Auckland New Zealand 1851 Memorial 248/30

No 1 - possibly the same person

GRIBBLE, John farmer Happy Valley 1848[-1854] Memorial 147/11

GRIBBLE, John farmer Willunga 1853[-1857] Memorial 65/50

GRIBBLE, John farmer Noarlunga 1855[-1871] Kingston Wesleyan Methodist chapel trustee Memorial 395/93

GRIBBLE, John farmer formerly of Willunga 1857 but now of Landcros Farm Noarlunga 1869 Application 9782

GRIBBLE, John out of business Noarlunga 1874 Memorial 55/278

GRIBBLE, John storekeeper Noarlunga 1880 Application 18275

No 2

GRIBBLE, John labourer Pt Pirie 1877 Memorial 75/304

GRIBBLE, Joseph gardener Gawler 1878 Application 16880

GRIBBLE, Reginald Charles proclaimed bank manager Blackwood 1937 Memorial 98/511

GRIBBLE, Roswald Ernest contractor Kingston S-E 1920 Memorial 96/515
GRIBBS, Archibald John contractor Kingston S-E 1937 Memorial 99/511

No 1 - possibly mixture of the Elder and the Younger

GRICE, J clerk Robe 1871 Memorial 106/253

GRICE, J clerk to OMEROD & Co, Robe 1871 Memorial 100/255

GRICE, John Esquire Robe linked with John Grice barrister at law Melbourne Vic 1875 Memorial 111/286

GRICE, John barrister Robe 1877 Memorial 122/304

GRICE, John the 1 Esquire formerly of Robe but now of Ruthven Qld linked with John Grice the 2 barrister at law formerly of Melbourne Vic but now of Robe 1878 Memorial 26/307

GRICE, John stockowner Gillap 1887 [Probably John Grice & Co] Memorials 139/384 & 59/418

No 2

GRICE, John merchant Robe Beachport (Hundred of Rivoli Bay) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 31 Page 284 County Grey

GRICE, Richard merchant Wool Exchange, Coleman St, London, Middlesex, England trading under the style or firm of William Grice & Co [Linked with the estate of John Grice and Co] 1893 Memorial 107/419

No 1

GRIEGER, Gottlieb farmer near Palmer Hundred of Finniss land grant 1880 Grant Book 58 Page 38 County Sturt

GRIEGER, Gottlieb farmer Hundred of Finniss Hundred of Finniss land grant 1896 Grant Book 58 Page 45 County Sturt

GRIEGER, Gottlieb farmer Moorundee Co Eyre. Hundred of Nildottie land grant 1915 Grant Book 3 Page 6 County Albert

GRIEGER, Wilhelm farmer Palmer Hundred of Finniss land grant 1882 Grant Book 58 Page 40 County Sturt

No 1

GRIERSON, Magnus storekeeper and clerk Milang 1870 Applications 10766 & 10818

GRIERSON, Magnus storekeeper Milang and Elizabeth Grierson his wife 1876 Memorial 114/288

GRIERSON, Magnus storeman Milang 1882[-1886] Memorial 83/346

GRIERSON, Magnus storekeeper Milang and Elizabeth Grierson his wife, linked with George William GOODEN Town Clerk Norwood and Sarah Gooden his wife. [Mrs Grierson and Mrs Gooden were daughters of Henry BALLS carpenter Norwood by his first marriage] 1883 Application 19959

GRIERSON, Magnus clerk Milang 1884 Memorial 96/360

GRIERSON, Magnus accountant Milang 1886 Memorial 171/376

GRIERSON, M of Milang 1906 Memorial 18/455

GRIERSON, Magnus agent Milang 1914 Application 26317

GRIERSON, PV overseer Hill River 1884 Memorial 140/358

No 1

GRIERSON, Robert Henry merchant Adelaide 1853[-1856] Memorial 161/60 Hundred of Goolwa land grant 1854 Memorial 496/66 Hundred of Upper Wakefield land grant 1854 Memorial 409/68

GRIERSON, Robert Henry merchant formerly of Adelaide but now of Melbourne Vic 1858 Memorial 262/132, Application 15084

No 1

GRIERSON, Saren gentleman Adelaide, power of attorney to William David SCOTT solicitor Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 3/3/1875 Deposit 124/1880

GRIERSON, Saren gentleman Mandal Norway 1880 Memorial 132/327

GRIERSON, Saren gentleman formerly of Sturt Grove 1866 but now of Adelade 1883 linked with Magnus Grierson gentleman Sturt Grove Memorial 194/348

No 1

GRIERSON, Thomas Esquire Adelaide 1852 Memorial 15/40

No 2

GRIERSON, Thomas master mariner Port Road 1855[-1860] Memorial 164/83

No 1

GRIES, Philipp Carl Friedrich bookbinder Adelaide. Perhaps some family link with HA UNVERSAGT bookbinder Hahndorf and Helene Julie Unversagt his wife 1857[-1859] Memorial 283/126

GRIES, Carl stationer late of Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of Light land grant 1857 Grant Book 44 Page 194 County Light

GRIES, Carl bookbinder Adelaide, power of attorney to Heinrich Koepke grocer Adelaide, and failing him, Adolp Heinrich Friedrich BARTELS licensed victualler Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 4/3/1859 Deposit 223/1859

GRIES, Philipp Carl Friedrich bookbinder formerly of Adelaide but then of Hamburg 1861 Memorial 214/186

No 1

GRIESCHE, Johann Gotthilf farmer Hoffnungsthal 1855 Memorial 364/92

GRIESCHE, Johann Gotthilf farmer near Lyndoch Valley 1859 Application 912

GRIESCHE, Johann Gotthilf farmer near Williamstown. Husband of Beate Caroline nee KLEMCKE/KLEMKE. Father of Anna Juliane LESKE nee Griesche wife of Carl August Leske farmer near Williamstown, Auguste Pauline SCHWARTZKOPF nee Griesche wife of Wilhelm Theodor Ferdinand von Schwartzkopf farmer Three Springs near Rowlands Flat, and Pauline Florentine Emilie THEUSNER (TEUSNER?) nee Griesche wife of August Theusner farmer Lyndoch Valley 1865 Memorial 30/277

No 1

GRIEVE, Aitchison blacksmith Kincraig 1861 Application 2406

GRIEVE, Aitcheson blacksmith Kincraig 1861[-1865] Memorial 128/171

GRIEVE, Aitchison blacksmith Naracoorte Hundred of Naracoorte land grant 1870 Grant Book 50 Page 93 County Robe

GRIEVE, Aitcheson blacksmith Narracoorte 1871[-1881] Memorial 181/255

GRIEVE, Aitchison grazier Narracoorte 1920 Memorial 3/481

GRIEVE, Charles stockholder Grieveston near Truro 1861[-1885] Memorial 319/179

No 1

GRIEVE, Janet widow Onkaparinga Mt Barker District 1850 Memorial 41/21 Widow Kensington mid 1850 Memorial 86/23

GRIEVE, Janet emigrated to SA. She lived at Inverbrackie, near Woodside, where [her son?] John Grieve became a farmer at Inverbrackie. Widow Janet Grieve died 12/9/1854 Inverbrackie, of heart disease, aged 63. John Grieve married Honora nee KEARNEY. The couple had one child, Mary Jane Grieve, later known as Janet Grieve, born 12/7/1851, who was a spinster of Strathalbyn by 1880. John Grieve died c1855. His widow, Honora Grieve, remarried to Johannes ENGELKEN Application 17766

GRIEVE, John of the Onkaparinga in the Mt Barker District died c1855. His executors and trustees were Henry KELLY and James SHEPHERD of the same district Memorial 430/87

No 2

GRIEVE, Janet spinster Plympton 1895 Memorial 151/425

GRIEVE, Thomas mill manager Pt Glasgow, Scotland, power of attorney to John WYLES land agent Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 20/3/1884 Deposit 236/1884

GRIEVES, Rupert market gardener Brownhill Creek Mitcham 1893 Application 22584

GRIFFEN, Caroline Sister of Mercy Mt Gambier 1893[-1896] Memorial 224/419, Application 23249

GRIFFEY, Thomas labourer Kapunda, died 8/6/1922 intestate. Husband of Amelia Griffey Application 28646

No 1

GRIFFIN, Alexander labourer Pinnaroo. Pinnaroo (Hundred of Pinnaroo) township allotment land grant 1909 Grant Book 12 Page 79 County Chandos

GRIFFIN, Aleck farmer Mootatunga trustee Mootatunga Hall 1925 Grant Book 12 Page 251 County Chandos

GRIFFIN, Aleck farmer Pinnaroo. Hundred of Peebinga land grant 1927 Grant Book 12 Page 181 County Chandos

No 1

GRIFFIN, Andrew farmer Adelaide 1853 Section 203 purchase near the Green Water Holes Co Light Memorial 298/48

Farmer Section 203 near the Green Water Holes Co Light 1853 Memorial 379/55

GRIFFIN, Andrew farmer Green Water Holes Gilbert River 1855 Memorial 443/80

GRIFFIN, Andrew farmer Green Water Holes Light River Co Light 1860 Memorial 196/166

GRIFFIN, Andrew farmer Navan township 1876 Memorial 6/290

GRIFFIN, Catherine widow Navan near Riverton, died c1904 Memorial 114/452

GRIFFIN, Benjamin Gilbert mechanic Adelaide 1860 Memorial 27/167

No 1

GRIFFIN, Charles gardener Third Creek 1880 Memorial 225/326

GRIFFIN, Charles gardener Third Creek 1881 Application 18616

No 2

GRIFFIN, Charles farmer near Strathalbyn 1891[-1907] Memorial 108/408, Application 25360

GRIFFIN, Charles of near Strathalbyn. His wife, Margaret Ann Griffin, died 25/8/1922. Victor Henry Griffin motor proprietor Victor Harbor must belong to this family. Children mentioned but not named Memorial 24/518

GRIFFIN, Daniel shoemaker Norwood 1868 Memorial 124/232

No 1

GRIFFIN, David Henry insurance company manager Croydon and Emma Louisa Griffin his wife 1902 Memorial 159/446

GRIFFIN, David Henry formerly insurance company manager Croydon but now baker Milang 1906[-1907] Memorial 49/455

GRIFFIN, DH JP baker Milang 1911 Memorial 145/464

GRIFFIN, David Henry bacon curer Milang 1914 Application 26317

GRIFFIN, DH factory manager Milang 1927 Memorial 152/498

GRIFFIN, David Henry formerly insurance company manager Croydon but now dairyman Milang and Emma Louisa Griffin his wife 1918 Memorial 145/476

GRIFFIN, David Henry business manager Victor Harbor, died 3/7/1938, aged 74 Memorial 25/518

No 1

GRIFFIN, Edward farmer Hackham 1859 Memorial 91/149

GRIFFIN, Edward and John farmers Tothill Creek near Kapunda 1865 Memorial 70/202

GRIFFIN, Edward James butcher Pt Adelaide 1912 Application 26071

GRIFFIN, Eli labourer Norwood 1851 Memorial 344/35

No 1

GRIFFIN, George watchmaker Adelaide (Hindley St) 1843[-1856] Memorial 5/3 Adelaide and Suburban Building Co trustee 1852 Memorial 441/45

GRIFFIN, George watchmaker Adelaide. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1851 Grant Book 1 Page 21 County Adelaide

GRIFFIN, George watchmaker Adelaide 1869 Memorial 166/237

No 1

GRIFFIN, George labourer Nairne 1867 Application 8765

GRIFFIN, George John brickmaker Hindmarsh 1897 Memorial 123/497

GRIFFIN, Hurtle Goodes farmer Pinnaroo. Hundred of Pinnaroo land grant 1926 Grant Book 12 Page 53 County Chandos

No 1

GRIFFIN, John farmer Apoinga 1861 Memorial 76/172

No 2

GRIFFIN, John no description purchased a cottage in Sevenhill 1875 Application 26525

GRIFFIN, John labourer Sevenhill 1916. Ellen ROGERS widow Sevenhill declared that she had lived in the town for 57 years and knew J Griffin for all of that time Application 26525

No 3

GRIFFIN, John farmer Minlaton Hundred of Minlacowie land grant 1880 Grant Book 19 Page 254 County Fergusson

No 1

GRIFFIN, Margaret of the Hundred of Waterloo 1860 Memorial 187/167

GRIFFIN, Margaret widow Hundred of Waterloo 1864[-1874] Memorial 36/201

GRIFFIN, Margaret widow Saddleworth 1875 Memorial 163/280

GRIFFIN, Margaret widow Yorke Peninsula 1876 Memorial 83/311

GRIFFIN, Patience widow West Milang 1881[-1895] Memorial 141/336

No 1

GRIFFIN, Sarah spinster Gawler 1858[-1859] Miss Griffin left for England c1859 after appointing Walter Duffield her SA attorney to conduct her business affairs Memorials 242/133 & 54/189

GRIFFIN, Sarah spinster Gawler, about to depart the province for some time, power of attorney to Walter DUFFIELD Esquire Gawler, to manage her SA business affairs 23/12/1859 Deposit 24/1863

GRIFFIN, Sarah spinster now in England 1876[-1881] Memorial 102/291

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

GRIFFIN, Sarah spinster Beulah Road Extension, died 16/5/1905. Links with Thomas Garland Griffin boot salesman Kensington Road Memorial 189/453

No 1

GRIFFIN, Thomas shepherd Pt Gawler 1850 Memorial 405/25

GRIFFIN, Thomas labourer Adelaide 1855 Memorial 443/94

GRIFFIN, Thomas carrier Cox Creek 1856 Memorial 139/104

No 2

GRIFFIN, Thomas farmer Tothill Creek 1865 Application 5912

GRIFFIN, Thomas farmer Hundred of Apoinga Co Burra 1874 Application 13487

No 3

GRIFFIN, Thomas farmer Virginia Hundred of Melville land grant 1882 Grant Book 19 Page 85 County Fergusson

GRIFFIN, Thomas farmer Salt Creek Hundred of Melville land grant 1891 Grant Book 19 Page 86 County Fergusson

No 4

GRIFFIN, Thomas storekeeper Hamley Bridge 1883 Memorial 105/352

No 5

GRIFFIN, Thomas farmer Pinda Hammond township allotment land grant 1884 Grant Book 24 Page 735 County Frome

No 1

GRIFFIN, William farmer Adelaide (Wright St) 1850 Memorial 76/22

GRIFFIN, William farmer formerly of Wright St, Adelaide but now of Section 5635 Hundred of Yatala 1853 Memorial 306/65

GRIFFIN, William farmer Water Gully near Highercombe, died 25/7/1869 intestate and without heirs. His Section 5635 Hundred of Yatala, 76 acres, ‘is situated in the Ranges. About 6 acres consist of Gully land which is cropped with wheat and potatoes. The fences around the said Section are being broken down by cattle and require to be repaied and upheld in order to protect and preserve the said crops’. Value about £500. Henry Alfred WOOD Curator of Deceased Estates managed the property. Sold by public auction to Charles NEWMAN gardener Houghton for £350 Application 10351

No 2

GRIFFIN, William farmer Bay Road 1855 Memorial 177/90

GRIFFIN, William gardener Bay Road 1861 Memorial 177/177

No 3

GRIFFIN, William joiner Robe 1858[-1860] Memorial 67/134

No 4

GRIFFIN, William labourer Mt Gambier 1860[-1861] Memorial 288/163

No 5

GRIFFIN, William labourer Bungaree Plains Hundred of Appila land grant 1878[-1879] Grant Book 24 Page 496 County Frome

No 6

GRIFFIN, William farmer near Tothill Creek Hundred of Ramsay land grant 1880 Grant Book 19 Page 338 County Fergusson

No 1

GRIFFITH, John shoemaker Salisbury 1863[-1865] Memorial 38/192

No 2

GRIFFITH, John 21 farmer Woolshed Flat (Father: Thomas Griffith) married Ellen SIMS 35 widow Woolshed Flats (Father: George Evans) on 20/3/1863 Holy Trinity Riverton. Witnesses: Eliza WILLY seamstress and Sarah TITHERINGTON of Riverton. Minister: JB Titherington. John Griffith boundary rider Baroota died 16/12/1872 Baroota, from the effects of poisoning, by whom administered not known, aged 28. Inquest. By 1877, his widow was living at Crystal Brook. Her father, George Evans, had died July 1855 intestate. Probably Thomas Evans farmer Upper Wakefield was her brother 1856 Application 16747

GRIFFITHS, Alfred farmer Wild Horse Plains 1899[-1905] Memorial 53/437

GRIFFITHS, Arthur William Walter farmer Salisbury 1924 Memorial 196/490

GRIFFITHS, Benjamin Henry labourer North-West Bend 1876 Memorial 5/290

No 1

GRIFFITHS, Charles Barber mason Charlestown (Hundred of Kooringa) 1876[-1887] Applications 15272, 19278

GRIFFITHS, Charles Barber mason Hampton near Kooringa 1886[-1893] Memorial 247/380

GRIFFITHS, Charles Barber mason Redruth near Kooringa 1909[-1911] Memorial 146/460

GRIFFITHS, Charles Barber mason Aberdeen near Kooringa 1912[-1923] Memorial 28/467

GRIFFITHS, Cherubinia Katherine widow Pt Adelaide 1892 Application 22299

GRIFFITHS, David farmer Lower Wakefield, died c1865. He left his entire estate in trust to his wife, Dulcena Griffiths, 'for the benefit of herself and children'. Trustees: James DUNN and Peter CORNWELL of Lower Wakefield Memorial 207/207

GRIFFITHS, Edgar Silas sharebroker Kent Town, died 31/8/1909. Son of Helen Griffiths widow Kent Town Memorial 24/464

GRIFFITHS, Edward Smith wool merchant Mt MacDonnell 1885 Memorial 47/369

GRIFFITHS, Eliezer Congregational Minister Norwood 1870[-1872] Memorial 138/249

No 1

GRIFFITHS, Ellen formerly Ellen SIMS farmer Lower Wakefield 1872 Memorial 153/260

GRIFFITHS, Ellen formerly Ellen SIMS widow Crystal Brook 1877 Memorial 158/301

GRIFFITHS, Ellen widow Napperby. Hundred of Napperby land grant 1897 Grant Book 60 Page 394 County Victoria

GRIFFITHS, Evan boiler maker Queenstown and Amelia Griffiths his wife 1933 Memorial 45/508

No 1

GRIFFITHS, Frederick bookkeeper Adelaide 1875 Memorial 124/285

GRIFFITHS, Frederic importer Adelaide (Rundle St) 1880 Memorial 104/326

GRIFFITHS, Frederick ironmonger Kent Town and Helen Griffiths his wife. Linked with Walter Griffiths auctioneer Palmerston Northern Territory 1890 Memorial 247/404

GRIFFITHS, Frederick Kempster metals broker Kent Town 1890 Memorial 70/405

GRIFFITHS, Frederick Kempster hardware valuator Ken Town 1892 Memorial 174/414

GRIFFITHS, Frederick Kempster metal broker Kent Town 1893 Application 22547

GRIFFITHS, Frederick Kempster (sometimes called Frederick Griffiths) ironmonger Kent Town, died 27/12/1903. Husband of Helen Griffiths (formerly Helen GILES). Estate worth £200 Memorial 44/460

GRIFFITHS, Helen widow Kent Town 1914. She was a daughter of Charles GILES who died 9/2/1887. Her son, Frederick Kempster Griffiths died 27/12/1903. Another son, a bachelor, Edgar Giles Griffiths, died 31/8/1909 Application 26373

GRIFFITHS, George Richard merchant Sydney NSW, power of attorney to Eliezer Levi MONTEFIORE and Joseph Barrow MONTEFIORE merchants Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 23/3/1849 Deposit 61/OA

No 1

GRIFFITHS, Henry Davison/Davinson hairdresser Adelaide 1851 Memorial 75/34

GRIFFITHS, Henry Davinson hair dresser Adelaide 1851 Memorial 298/36 Hair dresser Adelaide (Rundle St) 1852[-1853] Memorial 100/46

No 1 – James Alfred Griffiths

GRIFFITHS, James of Wild Horse Plains 1889 Memorial 187/397

GRIFFITHS, James Alfred farmer Wild Horse Plains Hundred of Inkerman land grant 1893 Grant Book 27 Page 147 County Gawler

No 1

GRIFFITHS, John Government officer Pt Adelaide 1857 Memorial 58/124

GRIFFITHS, John customs officer Pt Adelaide 1857 Memorial 36/126

No 2

GRIFFITHS, John stonemason Redruth 1857 Memorial 19/124

GRIFFITHS, John mason Aberdeen 1858 Memorial 187/144

No 3

GRIFFITHS, John shoemaker Salisbury 1861 Memorial 217/176

GRIFFITHS, John householder Salisbury, died 21/6/1905. He left his entire estate to Jane Eleanor LEE widow Salisbury relict of the late Henry Lee formerly of Salisbury but now deceased [between 1900-1906] Memorial 139/455

No 4

GRIFFITHS, John labourer Payneham 1875 Memorial 59/285

No 5

GRIFFITHS, John schoolmaster Kensington 1881 Application 18351

No 1

GRIFFITHS, John Barber labourer Hampton near Kooringa 1893 Memorial 128/418

GRIFFITHS, John Barber builder Redruth near Kooringa 1900 Memorial 115/441

GRIFFITHS, John Barber storekeeper Aberdeen near Kooringa 1928 Memorial 39/500

GRIFFITHS, John Barber formerly labourer Aberdeen near Kooringa but now builder Redruth near Kooringa 1933 Memorial 98/507

No 1 - likely John Daniel Griffiths (generally known as John Griffiths)

GRIFFITHS, John barman Adelaide 1851 Memorial 11/37

GRIFFITHS, John [formerly barman Adelaide but now] innkeeper Pt Adelaide 1851 Memorial 335/28

GRIFFITHS, John licensed victualler formerly of Pt Adelaide but now of Le Fevre Peninsula 1854 Memorial 274/79

GRIFFITHS, John licensed victualler Le Fevre Peninsula 1854[-1860] Memorial 436/67

No 2 - likely a continuation of No 1

GRIFFITHS, John Daniel 28 labourer bachelor married Elizabeth LIPSCOMBE 19 spinster 15/12/1853 Holy Trinity Adelaide. Minister: James FARRELL Witnesses: John MILLWARD and Emma LIPSCOMBE. JD Griffiths licensed victualler Le Fevre Peninsula, died c1860,leaving his entire estate to his wife, Elizabeth. Widow Elizabeth Griffiths remarried to William BOWEN mail driver Le Fevre Peninsula. Emma SMITH widow Le Fevre Peninsula gave much of this information. [Was she the former Emma Lipscombe who witnesses the Lipscombe/Griffiths marriage?] Application 16843

GRIFFITHS, John Daniel publican Le Fevre Peninsula, died 1864 .He left his entire estate to his wife, Elizabeth Griffiths, absolutely Memorial 282/197

GRIFFITHS, Elizabeth licensed victualler Le Fevre Peninsula Hotel [now known as the Exeter Hotel] Le Fevre Peninsula 1863 Memorial 233/189

GRIFFITHS, John Thomas farmer Long Plain Hundred of Balaklava land grant 1909 Grant Book 26 Page 121 County Gawler

GRIFFITHS, Leonard John mason Redruth 1895[-1906] Memorial 100/424

No 1

GRIFFITHS, Thomas farmer Noarlunga 1843 Memorial 264/3

GRIFFITHS, Thomas farmer Section 358 Survey C 1843 Memorial 325/3

No 2

GRIFFITHS, Thomas smelter Happy Creek near Kooringa 1851 Application 17109

GRIFFITHS, Thomas smelter Kooringa 1851[-1856] Memorial 38/109

GRIFFITHS, Thomas smelter Happy Creek Kooringa 1857 Memorial 49/118

GRIFFITHS, Thomas [formerly smelter Kooringa but now] farmer Lower Wakefield 1856 Memorial 247/107

GRIFFITHS, Thomas farmer Wakefield Bridge, died 15/6/1859. He left his estate in a complicated manner to his wife, Catherine Griffiths, his sons Davy Griffiths, William Griffiths, Thomas Griffiths and Richard Griffiths and his daughters, Gwenllian Anna Griffiths, Elizabeth Griffiths and Mary Ann Griffiths. Davy HOPKINS smelter Kooringa and William RALPH/RALF farmer Rose Wurley (otherwise Merlie) near Clare the executors of the estate Memorials 227/160, 238/167

GRIFFITHS, Thomas the Elder farmer Wakefield Bridge, died 15/6/1859. Husband of Catherine Griffiths. The sons of the family called Davey, William, Thomas and Richard Griffiths and the daughters called Gwenllian, Anna, Elizabeth and Mary Ann Griffiths. Two of the sons, Thomas Major William farmer Balaklava 1904 and William Griffiths no description. William Griffiths visited his brother at Balaklava in August 1884 and then returned to Queensland. Between 1864-1884, TMW Griffiths lived in a tent on his farm land. Application 24870

No 3

GRIFFITHS, Thomas farmer Section 2084 Co Stanley 1853[-1859] Memorial 286/56

No 1

GRIFFITHS, TL solicitor Adelaide 1920 Memorial 62/481

GRIFFITHS, Thomas Lester solicitor Adelaide 1921, in the employ of Messrs Isbister, Hawyard, Magary and Finlayson solicitors Adelaide Application 26745

GRIFFITHS, Thomas Lester solicitor Adelaide (Exchange Buildings Pirie St) 1924 Memorial 22/494

GRIFFITHS, Thomas Lester solicitor Adelaide (Colonial Mutual Life Building King William St) 1938 Application 28118

No 1

GRIFFITHS, Walter MP Esquire Adelaide 1899 Memorial 49/437

GRIFFITHS, Walter Esquire MP Adelaide, about to leave the province for a time, power of attorney to David JAMES Esquire Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 14/2/1899 Deposit 17/1899

No 1

GRIFFITHS, William plumber Glenelg 1869[-1871] Memorial 57/238

No 2

GRIFFITHS, William baker Pt Adelaide 1880 Application 18031

GRIFFITHS, William baker Pt Adelaide 1882[-1888] Memorial 104/344

No 3

GRIFFITHS, William farmer Penfield 1898 Application 23563

GRIFFITHS, William David of Munburra 1885 Memorial 71/369

No 1

GRIFFITHS, William Kempster miner Yam Creek Northern Territory, power of attorney to Joseph BERTRAM of Stepney SA, to manage all business in connection with his Northern Territory gold claims 29/6/1882 Deposit 191/1882

GRIFFITHS, William Kempster storekeeper Grove Hill Northern Territory of SA 1885 Memorial 230/381

GRIFFITHS, William Charles storekeeper Wild Horse Plains Lorne township (Hundred of Inkerman) allotment land grant 1914 Grant Book 27 Page 457 County Gawler

GRIFFITHS, William Walter farmer Salisbury 1924 Application 27254

GRIG, Thomas farmer Wallaroo 1888 Memorial 1/390

GRIGG, Abraham farmer Eden Valley Hundred of Wauraltee land grant 1883 Grant Book 19 Page 223 County Fergusson

GRIGG, AN farmer South Hummocks 1891 Memorial 110/407

No 1

GRIGG, David farmer Brownhill Creek 1876[-1878] Memorial 184/299

GRIGG, David gardener Brownhill Creek and George Grigg gardener formerly of Curram Vic but now of Brownhill Creek 1922 Memorial 108/486

No 2

GRIGG, David farmer Adelaide 1878 Memorial 46/306

GRIGG, David farmer Adelaide, about to leave the province for a time, power of attorney to Alfred BONNIN Esquire Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 4/3/1878 Deposit 50/1878

No 1 - perhaps the same person

GRIGG, Ebenezer Samuel farmer Native Wells Pt Gawler 1862 Application 2789

GRIGG, Ebenezer farmer Gawler River 1866 Memorial 113/215

GRIGG, Ebenezer Samuel farmer Two Wells Hundred of Dublin land grant 1875 Grant Book 26 Page 332 County Gawle

No 1

GRIGG, Jacob farmer Reedy Creek 1856 Hundred of South Rhine land grant Memorial 20/141

GRIGG, Jacob farmer South Rhine 1856 Memorial 331/107

GRIGG, Jacob yeoman Angaston 1861 Memorial 237/176

GRIGG, Jacob farmer South Hummocks Hundred of Goyder land grant 1901 Grant Book 56 Page 420 County Stanley

No 1

GRIGG, James labourer Helston 1852 Memorial 139/39

No 2

GRIGG, James farmer Grace Plains Hundred of Appila land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 504 County Frome

No 3

GRIGG, James labourer Mt Crawford. Hundred of Barossa land grant 1908 Grant Book 2 Page 51 County Adelaide

No 1

GRIGG, John carpenter formerly of Hindmarsh but now of Adelaide 1844[-1850] Memorial 295/27

GRIGG, John carpenter formerly of Hindmarsh but now of O'Halloran Hill 1853 Memorial 438/54

GRIGG, John carpenter O’Halloran Hill 1852[-1854] Memorial 38/39

GRIGG, John carpenter Happy Valley 1855 Memorial 473/88

GRIGG, John carpenter Gawler River 1855 Memorial 413/90

GRIGG, John farmer Pt Gawler 1857[-1858] Memorial 185/114

GRIGG, John carpenter formerly of Adelaide but now of Pt Gawler 1862 Memorial 308/183

GRIGG, John farmer Pt Gawler Hundred of Grace land grant 1864 Grant Book 27 Page 9 County Gawler

No 1

GRIGG, Joseph gardener Brownhill Creek 1863[-1878] Memorial 63/189

GRIGG, Joseph gentleman Brownhill Creek 1881 Application 18731

GRIGG, Joseph the Elder market gardener Section 1099 Brownhill Creek Mitcham 1893 Application 22584

GRIGG, Joseph gentleman of independent means Glenelg 1902 Memorial 168/446

GRIGG, Joseph gentleman Nile St, Glenelg, died 13/10/1910. Two sons as executors - David Grigg gardener Brownhill Creek and George Grigg formerly gardener Carrum Vic but now Brownhill Creek 1922. Estate worth £13,100 Application 27075

GRIGG, Walter James farmer Williamstown 1917 Memorial 132/475

GRIGG, William George labourer 93 West St, Brompton, changed his name to William George CLAYTON 1932. He had been called unofficially by his new name for some time previously Memorial 4/506

No 1

GRIGGS, George Thomas of Meadows 1872 Memorial 217/262

GRIGGS, George farmer Meadows 1872 Meadows Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee Application 12431

GRIGGS, George Thomas storekeeper Prospect Hill 1879 Memorial 173/315

GRIGGS, George Thomas farmer Meadows 1880 Memorial 167/322, Application 18006

GRIGGS, George Thomas storekeeper Prospect Hill near Meadows 1884 Memorial 3/363

GRIGGS, George Thomas farmer Prospect Hill 1898 Application 23653

GRIGGS, James produce merchant Payneham 1917 Memorial 8/476

No 1

GRIGGS, John carpenter North Adelaide 1850 Memorial 56/22

GRIGGS, John carpenter Adelaide 1852 Memorial 230/44

GRIGGS, John farmer McLaren Vale 1853[-1877] Memorial 283/49, Application 16317

GRIGGS, John farmer Willunga 1853[-1855] Memorial 499/51

GRIGGS, John storeman Adelaide and Mary Griggs his wife of McLaren Vale had agreed on a permanent separation by 1869. He settled real estate in trust upon his wife for her lifetime, which after her death would go to their children absolutely in remainder expectant - Mary Jane Griggs wife of Thomas Griggs builder Gawler, Caroline CLARKE wife of John Clarke farm labourer McLaren Vale and Elizabeth Almenia Griggs spinster McLaren Vale Memorial 162/237

GRIGGS, John storeman Adelaide, and his wife, Mary Griggs, of McLaren Vale, agreed to judicially separate for life in 1869, due to 'divers unhappy diferences' which had arisen between them. Parents of three daughters - Mary Jane Griggs wife of Thomas Griggs builder Mallala, Caroline VANSTONE wife of James Vanstone quarryman Willunga and formerly Caroline CLARKE wife of John Clarke farm labourer McLaren Vale, and Elizabeth Almenea JARMAN wife of David Jarman commission agent Echuca Vic 1877 Memorial 126/305

Griggs, John formerly carpenter 1852 but then storeman Adelaide 1869. He and his wife, Mary Griggs, agreed in 1869 to live apart for the rest of their lives. John Grigg agreed that his wife could keep her estate in trust for her lifetime, which would go to her three daughters absolutely in remainder expectant when she died - Mary Jane Griggs wife of Thomas Griggs builder Mallala; Caroline VANSTONE wife of James Vanstone quarryman Willunga formerly Caroline CLARKE wife of John Clarke farm labourer McLaren Vale, and Elizabeth Almenea JARMAN wife of David Jarman commission agent Echuca Vic. James and Caroline Vanstone looked after Mary Grigg at their home until her death on 3/12/1876 Application 22456

GRIGGS, Mary gentlewoman Willunga, died 3/12/1876, of marasmus, age 65. She had been separated from her husband, John Griggs, since February 1869, when she lived continuously with her daughter, Caroline VANSTONE until her death. Caroline CLARKE 32 widow McLaren Vale (Father: John Griggs) married James VANSTONE 39 widower labourer McLaren Vale (Father: John Vanstone) on 26/9/1871 Pirie St parsonage Adelaide. Witnesses: David S JARMAN contractor Noarlunga; EA JARMAN dressmaker Adelaide; Elizabeth Alminea Jarman no address 1882 Application 19019

No 1

GRIGGS, William farmer Meadows 1872 Meadows Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee Application 12431

GRIGGS, William farmer Meadows 1878 Memorial 87/310

GRIGGS, William farmer Prospect Hill, died 15/6/1882 Adelaide Hospital intestate. Estate worth £233. Letters of administration to his widow, Elizabeth Griggs of Prospect Hill near Meadows. Elizabeth Griggs widow Prospect Hill, died 26/2/1887. Sons George Thomas Griggs storekeeper Prospect Hill and William Henry Griggs wheelwright Clarendon, to be the executors. GT Griggs to have the chance to buy the family farm, Section 3441 Hundred of Kuitpo; if so, the money raised from the sale to be divided equally amongst him and the other three Griggs children - Benjamin Griggs, William Henry Griggs and Elizabeth Ann SPENCER. GT Griggs also to be compensated for the improvements he had made on the property. If GT Griggs declined to buy the farm, the property to be sold and GT Griggs to be compensated for the improvements he had paid for. The remainder of the money to be divided amongst the four children equally. The Grigg daughter, Elizabeth Ann Spencer 43 widow Ashbourne, remarried to William Joseph MAIDMENT 52 widower farmer Ashbourne (Father: Charles Maidment) on 14/4/1887 Mr ELLIS's home, Exeter. Minister: William H ROFE. Witnesses: George Ellis grocer Exeter, and Ellen FOX clerk Woodville Application 22761

GRIGGS, WJ postmaster Prospect Hill 1928 Memorial 78/500

GRIGSON, James farmer Narracoorte 1885 Memorial 188/370

GRILON, George L merchant's clerk Pt Adelaide 1860 Memorial 98/171

No 1

GRIMA, Joseph labourer Adelaide 1844 Memorial 199/4

GRIMA, Joseph livery stable keeper Adelaide 1857 Memorial 32/120

No 1

GRIMBLE, Jabez builder Norwood 1854 Memorial 320/63

GRIMBLE, Jabez formerly of Norwood but now of Encounter Bay 1857 Memorial 199/124

GRIMBLE, Jabez Chairman District Council of Encounter Bay 1867 Memorial 83/228

GRIMES, Robert Herbert currier Hindmarsh 1891 Memorial 83/410, Application 22133

GRIMES, Rupert James gardener Brownhill Creek 1875 Memorial 79/284

No 1

GRIMES, Thomas Ramsay Esquire Adelaide 1848 Memorial 461/11

GRIMES, Thomas Ramsay merchant formerly of Adelaide but now of San Francisco, California 1849 Power of attorney to Alexander CUMMING merchant Hindley St, Adelaide, to care for his SA estate Memorial 24/22

GRIMLEY, Alexander market gardener Bologas Orange Grove near Adelaide [appears to be Section 833 Hundred of Onkaparinga 'adjoining the Montacute Road'] 1884 Memorial 198/358

No 1

GRIMM, Christian miner Hahndorf 1857[-1867] Memorial 258/124

GRIMM, Christian miner formerly of Hahndorf but then of Callington 1867 Application 8501

GRIMMER, James plumber Adelaide 1854[-1864] Memorial 444/66

GRIMMOND, Charles mason Plympton 1899 Memorial 165/437

GRIMMOND, George dairyman Gawler 1867 Memorial 210/220

GRILLS, Jemmy farmer Bellview Co Adelaide 1853 Memorial 19/47

No 1

GRIMSDALE, William labourer Adelaide 1849 Memorial 392/29

GRIMSDALE, William carter Adelaide 1854[-1859] Memorial 370/66 Member of the Atlas Land, Building and Investment Society 1851[-1857] Memorial 157/31

GRIMSDALE, William farmer Plympton 1862 Application 2802

No 1

GRIMSDICK, James of Robe 1853 Memorial 175/61

GRIMSDICK, James dairyman Guichen Bay 1854 Memorial 9/74

No 1

GRIMSHAW, James Walter civil engineer Adelaide 1880 Memorial 227/324

GRIMSHAW, James Walter civil engineer Adelaide, about to depart from the province for a time, power of attorney to Charles Fletcher FENN and Charles Burton HARDY solicitors 62 King William St, Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 20/7/1880 Deposit 153/1880

No 1

GRIMWOOD, Charles dairyman Plympton 1889 Memorial 211/396

GRIMWOOD, Charles mason Plympton 1899 Application 23930

GRIMWOOD, Frederick labourer Glenelg 1854[-1878] Memorial 138/262

No 1

GRIMWOOD, Frederick Wallace labourer formerly of Baldina Hundred of Strathalbyn land grant 1859 Grant Book 37 Page 98 County Hindmarsh

GRIMWOOD, Frederick Wallace labourer Wellington on the Murray Hundred of Strathalbyn land grant 1862 Grant Book 37 Page 95 County Hindmarsh

No 1

GRIMWOOD, George labourer Glenelg 1872 Memorial 143/262

GRIMWOOD, George labourer Glenelg 1881 Application 18152

GRIMWOOD, William labourer Kangarilla. Hundred of Kuitpo land grant 1903 Grant Book 2 Page 99 County Adelaide

No 1

GRINDELL, John horsedealer North Adelaide 1894 Memorial 101/423

GRINDELL, John out of business Main North Road, Enfield, died 17/5/1930. Father of John Grindell and Florence Grindell (who married twice married names not given). Grandfather of Betty Grindell, and Meta Anna SNELL (daughter of Florence Grindell). 'I declare that I have not left anything to my daughter Florence, as although she has been a good girl, she is already provided for and I have not left anything to my other children because of their harsh treatment of me' Memorial 66/51

GAZARD, Florence Anne married woman 182 Archer St, North Adelaide 1949, declared that she was a daughter of the late John GRINDELL the Younger out of business Main North Rd, Enfield and Meta Louisa Grindell his wife, and a granddaughter of the late John Grindell the Elder. John Grindell the Younger was a veterinarian and horse breeder during his working life Application 28639

No 1

GRINDLAY, John moulder Beverley on the Port Road, and Lily May Grindley his wife 1921 Memorial 140/484

GRINDLAY, John pipe moulder Beverley on the Port Road and Lily May Grindlay his wife 1948 Memorial 187/522

GRINDLAY, Lily May married woman Beverley on the Port Road 1917[-1921] Memorial 60/475

GRINDLAY, Leonard George brickhand and GRINDLAY, Kenneth William labourer both of 17 Princess Square, Beverley on the Port Road, sons of Lily May Grindlay widow of the late John Grindlay pipe moulder Beverley, who died 22/6/1961 intestate 1962 Application 29478

No 1

GRINSLADE [also known as GREENSLADE], William mariner Adelaide 1852 Memorial 423/43

GRINSLADE, William mariner Yankalilla 1857 Memorial 220/113

GREENSLADE, William mariner [formerly of Adelaide but now of] Dry Creek near Yankalilla 1859 Memorial 24/161

GRINSLADE, William farmer Yankalilla 1859 Memorial 200/170

No 2 - possiby the same person as William Grinslade

GRINSLADE, William Henry farmer Yankalilla 1859 Memorial 98/159

GRINSLADE, William Henry farmer Rapid Bay 1861 Memorial 164/172

GRINSLADE, William Henry master mariner Pt Adelaide 1867[-1868] Memorial 97/222

GRINSLADE, William Henry the Elder formerly yeoman Yankalilla now mariner Pt Adelaide, living at the Port Dock Hotel, died 13/7/1891 Adelaide Hospital intestate, of carcinoma of the kidney, aged 72. His wife had already died. He left four children - William Henry Grinslade the Younger, formerly farmer Woodville, who died 5/12/1922 Claremont WA intestate and a bachelor. His estate worth £1,800; Christopher Rawson Grinslade, died towards the end of 1912 from being lost in the bush near Winton QLD intestate, a bachelor and without estate; Christian Philadelphia Grinslade (also known as Mrs GRAHAM), who died 15/6/1919 Carrara Hospital, Vaucluse Rd, Vaucluse NSW intestate, a spinster and without estate, of 9 days' pneumonia and influenza, aged 54; Mary Emily Grinslade wife of James William BROWN railway lifter Leake St, Bayswater WA Application 27186

No 1

GRINTER, Henry and Joseph farmers Strathalbyn 1858 Memorial 292/137

GRINTER, Henry farmer Woodchester 1866[-1878] Memorial 222/209

GRINTER, Henry farmer Woodchester 1878. He could not write Application 16838

GRINTER, Joseph labourer Salisbury 1856 Memorial 338/112

GRINTER, Joseph Henry farmer Belvidere Hundred of Bremer 1907 Memorial 26/457

GRINWOOD, George labourer Glenelg 1879 Memorial 177/313

GRIST, Charles W and Robert farmers Mt Muirhead 1886 Memorial 125/379

No 1

GRIST, Robert farmer Mt Muirhead. Charles Grist mentioned but not described 1888 Memorial 69/390

GRIST, Robert farmer Millicent 1888 Memorial 180/393

No 1

GRIVELL, Elias labourer Campbelltown 1852 Memorial 112/43

GRIVELL, Elias gardener Campbelltown 1863 Memorial 265/187

GRIVELL, Elias gardener formerly of Payneham late of Campbelltown, died c1895 Application 22959

GRIVELL, Henry Arthur market gardener Marden 1884[-1886] Memorial 55/358

GRIVELL, Jabez gardener Marden linked with Sampson Grivell licensed victualler Adelaide and Eliza Grivell widow Marden 1895 Memorial 6/425

No 1

GRIVELL, Job labourer Marden 1867 Memorial 97/223

GRIVELL, Job market gardener Marden, died c1884. He left his entire estate to his wife, Eliza Grivell. Executor: Joseph HAINS licensed victualler Pt Adelaide Memorial 190/362

GRIVELL, Job market gardener Marden, died 17/10/1884. His entire estate to his wife, Eliza Grivell absolutely. Executor: Joseph HAINS licensed victualler Pt Adelaide. Enrolment 79/53

No 1

GRIVELL, Joseph gardener Marden 1860 Memorial 259/169

GRIVELL, Joseph gardener Marden 1881 Application 18594

GRIVELL, Joseph gentleman Marden, died 30/4/1890. Husband of Emily Grivell. Son of Jane Grivell. Estate worth £230 Memorial 126/403

GRIVELL, Emily widow Marden 1892 Memorial 69/413

No 1

GRIVELL, Luke farmer Payneham 1869 Memorial 103/243

GRIVELL, Luke gardener Marden 1894 Memorial 190/431

GRIVELL, Sampson formerly licensed victualler now out of business Pulteney St, Adelaide 1906 Application 25191

GRIVELL, Stephen Henry Garforth farmer Verdun 1924 Application 27238

GRIVELL, Thomas gardener Grünthal 1895 Application 22959

No 1

GRIVELL, William gardener Marden 1854 Memorial 8/67

GRIVELL, William father of Joseph Grivell both gardeners Marden 1862 Memorial 205/185

GROCH, Heinrich farmer near Quorn 1885 Memorial 13/372

GROCH, Heinrich Gustav farmer near Quorn 1885[-1888] Memorial 14/372

No 1

GROCH, Martin shoemaker North Adelaide 1851 Memorial 377/29

GROCH, Martin shoemaker Walkerville 1852 Memorial 12/42

GROCH, Martin shoemaker Walkerville 1851[-1852] Memorial 418/34

GROCH, Martin shoemaker Hope Valley 1854 Memorial 122/77

GROCH, Martin farmer formerly of Hope Valley but now of Section 506 Hundred of Gilbert 1860 Memorial 181/166

GROCKE, Bernhard Reinhold farmer Wirrabara. Zion Lutheran Church trustee 1929 Memorial 88/502

No 1

GROCKE, Carl August farmer near Stockwell 1892 Memorial 24/413

GROCKE, Carl August farmer Notts Well. Hundred of Paisley land grant 1896 Grant Book 3 Page 54 County Albert

No 2

GROCKE, Carl August farmer Krondorf 1894 Memorial 112/529

No 1

GROKE/GROCKE, Gottlieb farmer Light Pass 1852[-1853] Memorial 74/45

GROCKE, Johanne Eleonore widow Light Pass relict of the late Gottlieb Grocke and her children - Ferdinand August Grocke farmer Duck Ponds, Johann Christian Grocke farmer Light Pass and Friedrich Grocke farmer Duck Ponds 1868 Memorial 168/229

GROCKE, Johann Christoph farmer Krondorf 1853 Memorial 254/58

No 1

GROCKE, Johann Eduard Louis farmer pt Section 2707 Rowlands Flat 1848[-1861] Memorial 404/13

GROCKE, Johann Louis Eduard farmer formerly of Rowlands Flat but now of near Quorn 1882 Application 19112

GROCKE, Johann Ferdinand farmer Kilkerran 1881 Memorial 57/332

No 1 - perhaps the same person

GROCKE, Johann Gottlieb farmer Co Light 1853 Memorial 95/48

GROCKE, Johann Gottlieb of pt Section 648 Hundred of Moorooroo 1855[-1861] Memorial 461/93

GROCOTT, George Cooper printer Adelaide 1865 Memorial 215/206

GRODT, Anthony bookbinder and stationer Adelaide 1906 Memorial 48/456

GROGAN, Michael of Hackham 1859 Memorial 91/149

GROHS, Ernest Ronald formerly a member of the Australian Military Forces but now labourer Morphett Vale and Mary Emma Grohs his wife 1951 Application 28832

GROOM, Francis baker Portland Estate 1887 Application 21173

GROPE, James grocer Pt Adelaide 1868 Memorial 170/233

No 1

GROPE, Johann Friedrich farmer Hundred of Belvidere 1858 Memorial 100/139

GROPE, Johann Friedrich farmer St Kitts Creek 1864 Application 5455

No 1

GROSE, Alfred carver Kensington 1874 Memorial 187/285

GROSE, Alfred carver formerly of Kensington but now of Auburn linked with John Grose storekeeper Auburn 1875 Memorial 188/285

No 1

GROSE, EJ clerk to HW PARKER solicitor Adelaide 1866[-1867] Memorial 244/212

GROSE, EJ clerk to John HATCHETT solicitor Adelaide 1869[-1871] Memorial 109/240

GROSE, EJ clerk to GA LABATT solicitor Adelaide 1872 Memorial 212/257

GROSE, EJ clerk to Charles MANN solicitor Adelaide 1874[-1875] Memorial 153/273

GROSE, EJ clerk to Messrs MANN & KOSTER of Adelaide 1878 Memorial 229/307

GROSE, Edwin John law clerk Kensington 1873 Memorial 43/271

GROSE, Mary Rosetta widow of Edwin John Grose of Adelaide 1880

Application 18017

GROSE, Frieda Agnes spinster Kensington 1927 Application 27551

GROSE, Jabez gentleman Hawker. Hawker (Hundred of Wonoka) township allotment land grant 1893 Grant Book 5 Page 17 County Blachford

GROSE, John miner Wallaroo 1868 Memorial 37/233

No 1 – perhaps the same person

GROSE, John George miner Wallaroo Mines. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1871 Grant Book 14 Page 77 County Daly

GROSE, John George hairdresser Kadina. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1877 Grant Book 14 Page 232 County Daly

No 1

GROSE, Thomas yeoman North Adelaide 1853 Memorial 203/57

GROSE, Thomas gentleman formerly of North Adelaide but now of Creswick Vic 1887 Memorial 85/389

No 2

GROSE, Thomas engineer Pt Adelaide 1877 Application 16304

GROSE, Thomas and THOMAS, Henry millers Pt Adelaide 1900 Application 23945

No 3

GROSE, Thomas miner Bingo Mine. Hundred of Tickera land grant 1884 Grant Book 14 Page 212 County Daly

No 1

GROSE, Tobias John carpenter Pt Elliot 1857 Memorial 274/125

GROSE, Tobias John carpenter formerly of Pt Elliot 1857 but now of Adelaide 1865 Application 6103

No 1

GROSER, John clerk to David Spence solicitor Adelaide 1844 Memorial 430/3

GROSER, John gentleman Adelaide 1847 Memorial 227/78

GROSLEY, Daniel storekeeper Prospect 1865 Memorial 171/206

No 1

GROSS, Charles House of Assembly Library messenger Adelaide 1876 Memorial 22/296

No 2

GROSS, Charles mason Cottonville. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1916 Grant Book 2 Page 34 County Adelaide

GROSS, Daniel labourer Belvidere Hundred of Bremer Co Hindmarsh 1941 Memorial 190/515

GROSS, Edmund Joseph Bassett printer Cottonville. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1909 Grant Book 2 Page 18 County Adelaide

GROSS, Friedrich Wilhelm labourer Hahndorf 1867. [He possibly went to Harrogate from Hahndorf] Application 8245

GROSS, Henry gentleman Payneham 1854 Payneham Wesleyan Chapel trustee Memorial 254/65

GROSS, Howard H cycloramist Victoria Pde, Melbourne Vic 1890 Memorial 101/406

No 1

GROSSE, Clara Emily widow Queenstown 1875 Application 14625

GROSSE, Clara Emily widow Queenstown 1878 Memorial 22/312

No 1

GROSSE, David storekeeper Robe linked with the late James Grosse formerly storekeeper Pt Adelaide now deceased 1874 Memorial 10/278

GROSSE, David and Joshua storekeepers Pt Adelaide 1875 Memorial 23/285

GROSSE, David storekeeper Robe 1880[-1887] Memorial 117/326, Application 18328

GROSSE, David storekeeper Robe trustee Institute Robe Robe (Hundred of Waterhouse) township allotment land grant 1887 Grant Book 50 Page 9 County Robe

GROSSE, Henry storekeeper Pt Adelaide 1856 Memorial 170/100

No 1

GROSSE, James storekeeper Pt Adelaide 1852[-1867] Memorial 284/40

GROSSE, James grocer Pt Adelaide 1857[-1869] Memorials 89 & 90/277

GROSSE, James merchant Pt Adelaide. Chairman of the Pt Adelaide Building and Investment Society. He kept deeds of land held under mortgage to the Society in a tin box 'having three locks' on his premises. A fire destroyed his shop and home on 9/11/1857. Some deeds belonging to William PRESNELL formerly of Pt Adelaide but now of parts beyond the sea, stored in the building, were also burnt completely. Also deeds belonging to Thomas PAINE formerly carter Adelaide but now of Gisborne Vic Applications 329, 24305

GROSSE, James storekeeper Pt Adelaide 1861 Application 312

GROSSE, James grocer Pt Adelaide 1867 Application 8899

GROSSE, James merchant Pt Adelaide 1872 Memorial 111/263

GROSSE, James grocer Pt Adelaide 1870. Linked with John Grosse storekeeper Robe Application 10572

GROSSE, James storekeeper Pt Adelaide 1873 Memorial 104/268

GROSSE, James merchant London House, North Parade, Pt Adelaide, died 13/9/1874 Findon. John Grosse grocer Pt Adelaide, one of his executors, died beforehand, on 23/4/1874 Memorials 189/278, 146/279 & 159/279

GROSSE, James storekeeper Pt Adelaide, died 13/9/1874 Findon Application 23511

GROSSE, James grocer Findon, died 13/9/1874, of uraenia poisoning, aged 47 Application 20377

GROSSE, James storekeeper and merchant London House, North Parade Pt Adelaide, died 13/9/1874 at Findon. £4,000 to be invested for the benefit of his daughter, Rosa Mary Grosse, in trust for life, then to be divided after her death amongst her children equally absolutely in remainder expectant. £500 each to his brothers, Samuel Grosse trunk maker London, Thomas Grosse oilman London, Joshua Grosse Customs House officer Pt Adelaide, £1,000 to his brother Davit Grosse wheelwright Pt Adelaide; £500 each to his sister Sarah Grosse spinster London; £100 each to the living children of his sister, Elizabeth HENDERSON, wife of James Henderson painter Pt Adelaide, and his brother, Samuel GROSSE; £2,000 to his nephew John Grosse storekeeper Pt Adelaide; £100 each to Caroline EVANS, daughter of John Evans store keeper Robe, Fanny BAILEY, wife of Edward Bayley wine grower The Sturt, each of the living children of Robert VENN licensed victualler Adelaide, to the Rev’d Matthew Henry HODGE Congregational Minister Pt Adelaide, to the Treasurer of the Orphan Home, Adelaide, to the Secretary of the British and Foreign Bible Society for the benefit of the said societies; £500 to the Pt Adelaide Congregational Church; £500 towards a hospital at Pt Adelaide, if the Government moves to build one within a year of his death, otherwise the Pt Adelaide Congregational Church received the money in addition to what was already left to it. The trustees to sell his real and personal estate by auction after his death, to set up the trust fund to fulfil the above bequests. Trustees: John Grosse storekeeper Pt Adelaide, Joseph STONE stevedore Pt Adelaide and James MENPES draper Pt Adelaide Enrolment 90/51

No 1

GROSSE, Johann Georg shoemaker Kensington 1854[-1859] Memorial 236/66

GROSSE, Johann Georg shoemaker Kensington, died some time in the late 1850s-early 1860s. His whole estate to go absolutely to his wife, Johanne Charlotte Grosse, who was a widow at Kensington in 1863 Application 4541

No 1

GROSSE, Johann Traugott joiner Lobethal 1850[-1853] Memorial 289/27 Farmer Lobethal 1854 Memorial 326/69

GROSSE, Johann Traugott upholsterer Nuriootpa 1854 Memorial 458/77

GROSSE, Johann Traugott farmer Nuriootpa 1856 Memorial 155/98

GROSSE, John grocer North Parade Pt Adelaide, died 23/4/1874, of typhoid fever, aged 33 Executor: James MENPES gentleman London, England Application 17366

No 1

GROSSE, Joshua and Thomas Waldon BAMFORD grocers and ironmongers Pt Adelaide trading in partnership under the style or firm of Grosse & Co 1876 Memorial 52/287

GROSSE, Joshua grocer Pt Adelaide (of the firm of Grosse & Co), became a bankrupt in 1876 Memorials 200 & 201/291

No 1

GROSSER, Adam Eduard Hermann farmer Tanunda 1851 Memorial 345/38 Hutkeeper Tanunda 1853 Memorial 358/59

GROSSER, Adam Hermann Eduard farmer Angaston 1852[-1854] Memorial 5/45

GROSSER, Eduard farmer Light Pass 1854 Memorial 462/71

GROSSER, Adam Eduard Hermann (sometimes called Johann Hermann Eduard Grosser) farmer Light Pass 1859 Memorial 80/151

GROSSER, Eduard [Conjecture; probably farmer Cournamont], died c1887. Husband of Louise Grosser]. Executors; Louis Hermann Grosser and Herman Eduard Grosser [Some confusion in the names of the executors; one reference to Louis Eduard Hermann Grosser farmer Cournamont] Memorials 11 & 12; 382, 232/383

No 1

GROSSER, Adolph Albert Edward farmer Stockwell Hundred of England land grant 1881 Grant Book 17 Page 169 County Eyre

GROSSER, Adolph Albert Eduard farmer Australia Plains 1897 Memorial 141/430

GROSSER, Albert Carl Constantine iron worker Millicent Hundred of Mt Muirhead land grant 1880 Grant Book 31 Page 196 County Grey

GROSSER, Alexander farmer Nymph Vale 1864 Memorial 153/198

No 1

GROSSER, Carl Albert Julius farmer Hundred of Schomburgk 1885 Memorial 198/370

GROSSER, Carl Albert Julius farmer Florieton. Florieton (Hundred of Schomburgk) township allotment land grant 1892 Grant Book 9 Page 158 County Burra

GROSSER, Carl Albert Julius farmer Florieton 1893 Memorial 207/418

No 1

GROSSER, Carl Albert Wilhelm farmer Koonunga 1885[-1893] Memorial 39/372

GROSSER, Carl Albert Wilhelm farmer Hundred of Schomburgk 1886 Memorial 41/374

GROSSER, Carl Albert Wilhelm mounted constable Kapunda 1896, administrator in the estate of the late Hermann Eduard Louis Grosser farmer Koonunga Application 23150

No 1

GROSSER, Hermann Eduard Louis farmer Hundred of Belvidere 1855[-1875] Memorial 376/99, Application 14328

GROSSER, Hermann Eduard Louis farmer near Stockwell 1867[- 1882] Grant Book 17 Page 188 County Eyre

GROSSER, Hermann Eduard Louis of Koonunga 1885 Memorial 81/370

GROSSER, Hermann Eduard Louis of near Kapunda 1885 Application 20764

GROSSER, Hermann Eduard Louis sheep farmer Koonunga. Hundred of Schomburgk land grant 1886[-1894] Memorial 155/373

GROSSER, Hermann Eduard Louis farmer Hundred of Schomburgk 1891 Memorial 2/409

No 1

GROSSER, Johann Traugott farmer Angaston 1858 Memorial 321/144

GROSSER, Johann Traugott farmer near Kapunda 1861 Application 2150

No 1

GROSSET, Friedrich Wilhelm farmer Concordia 1863 Memorial 79/201

GROSSET, FW storekeeper Hamley Bridge 1880 Memorial 26/326

GROSSMANN, Gotthilf Harold blacksmith Greenock 1948 Memorial 78/523

No 1

GROSSMANN, Johann Christoph farmer near Tanunda 1854 Memorial 115/68

GROSSMANN, Johann Christoph farmer Krondorf and Johanne Christiane Grossmann his wife 1856 Memorial 21/156

GROSSMANN, Johanne Christiane widow Krondorf near Tanunda relict of the late Christoph Grossman formerly farmer Tanunda now deceased 1860 Memorial 112/167

GROSSMANN, Johanne Christiane widow of the late Johann Christoph Grossmann farmer Krondorf 1861, She was illiterate Application 2527

GROSSMANN, Traugott Leberecht farmer Eudunda 1884[-1885] Memorial 53/361

GROSVENOR, AT/J carpenter Victor Harbor 1913 Memorial 109/469

GROSVENOR, Eliza Rebecca widow Cottonville [perhaps relict of the late Thomas Edwin Grosvenor formerly gas service layer Cottonville now deceased] 1910 Grant Book 2 Page 19 County Adelaide

No 1

GROSVENOR, Herbert farmer Encounter Bay 1853 Memorial 257/57

GROSVENOR, Herbert carpenter Encounter Bay 1854 Memorial 53/90

GROSVENOR, Herbert builder Pt Victor 1886 Application 21072

No 1

GROSVENOR, Herbert Donald carpenter Pt Victor Hundred of Encounter Bay land grant 1886[-1887] Grant Book 36 Page 84 County Hindmarsh

GROSVENOR, Herbert Donald out of business Corn Hill Road, Victor Harbor, died 14/5/1937. He owned a property called Wurrildee, leased to GA BOND. Husband of Emma E Grosvenor. HD Grosvenor had an adopted son called Howard Donald Grosvenor of 7 Dover St, Malvern. Brother to James Malcolm Grosvenor now deceased (his children Malcolm S, Brian, Archie, Lucy, James and William Grosvenor). Also uncle to Sydney John Grosvenor of Geranium; Barbara Grosvenor of Fremantle WA Memorial 45/511

No 1

GROTE, Francis Esquire Tarranga near Willunga 1846 Memorial 18/7

GROTE, Francis Esquire late of Adelaide, but now of Berkeley Square, Middlesex, England, on 18/3/1847, he appointed George TINLINE Esquire Adelaide, his attorney shortly before leaving for England. Power of attorney widened 4/5/1848 Enrolments 67/2 & 8/11

GROTE, Francis Esquire formerly of Willunga but now in England 1848 Memorial 64/13

GROTE, Francis Esquire formerly of Adelaide, but now of Berkeley Square, London, Middlesex, England 1848 Memorial 305/34

GROTE, Francis Esquire Fourth Creek 1858 Memorial 346/139

No 1

GROTEGUT, Hermann licensed victualler Adelaide 1850 Memorial 234/22

GROTEGUT, Hermann licensed victualler Adelaide (Hindley St) 1851. He boarded at the Sir Joh Barleycorn Hotel, Adelaide, which Edward McEllister kept at that time. He paid for his board and lodging with the title to an allotment in Prospect pt Section 374 Survey B Hundred of Yatala. E McEllister died suddenly c1866 Application 26239

GROTEGUT, Hermann barman Gawler 1856 Memorial 466/97

GROTEGUT, Hermann publican near Gawler 1861 Memorial 157/175

GROTEGUT, Hermann licensed victualler Gawler Belt Inn near Gawler early 1863 Memorial 226/188 Licensed victualler Nuriootpa mid 1863 Memorial 224/188

GROTEGUT, Hermann licensed victualler near Gawler 1867 Memorial 63/220 Licensed victualler Pt Gawler 1867 Memorial 64/220

No 1

GROTH, August farmer Mannum 1882[-1883] Memorial 136/338

GROTH, August farmer Mannum Hundred of Finniss land grant 1883 Grant Book 58 Page 41 County Sturt

GROTH, Ernst Ludwig farmer Milendella Hundred of Finniss land grant 1896 Grant Book 58 Page 46 County Sturt

GROTH, Etty Bettina married woman Torrens Vale 1948 Application 28576

No 1

GROTH, Franz Albert farmer Purnong Landing. Hundred of Nildottie land grant 1902 Grant Book 3 Page 29 County Albert

GROTH, Winifred Emily of Purnong Landing. Hundred of Nildottie land grant 1902 Grant Book 3 Page 28 County Albert

GROTH, Friedrich Wilhelm farmer Pellering Flat Hundred of Ridley land grant 1899 Grant Book 58 Page 156 County Sturt

No 1 - probably the same person

GROTH, Gustav Adolph farmer near Palmer Hundred of Willowie land grant 1885 Grant Book 24 Page 746 County Frome

GROTH, Gustav Adolph of Hookina 1885 Memorial 73/371

GROTH, GA farmer Wonoka 1885 Memorial 85/372

No 1

GROTH, Jacob Heinrich of Wright St, Adelaide 1849 Memorial 251/55

GROTH, Jacob Heinrich farmer Hundred of Barossa 1857[-1859] Memorial 100/119

GROTH, Jacob Heinrich farmer Cockatoo Valley 1859 Application 810

GROTH, Jacob Heinrich farmer Barossa West near Gawler 1867 Memorial 5/224

GROTH, Jacob Heinrich farmer near Gawler 1870 Application 10636

GROTH, Carl Heinrich farmer near Gawler Co Gawler. Hundred of Finniss land grant 1879 Grant Book 58 Page 36 County Sturt

GROTH, Jacob Heinrich farmer Rhine Villa 1885 Memorial 96/369

GROTH, Jacob Heinrich farmer Rhine Villa Hundred of Angas land grant 1887[-1888] Grant Book 58 Page 182 County Sturt

No 1

GROTH, Marie widow Mannum 1892 Memorial 51/413

GROUNDWATER, Harold accountant Adelaide 1877 Memorial 123/300

GROVE, Emilia widow Shenstone Park, Staffordshire, England, power of attorney to John MORPHETT Esquire Adelaide, to sell Sections 2128 and 2131 Dry Creek and Section 7114 Chain of Ponds and all her other lands and other assets 1/12/1851 Deposit 265/OA

GROVER, Michael William ostler Penola 1869 Memorial 125/238 [Appears to be a different person from W Grover]

No 1

GROVER, William livery stable keeper Penola 1867 Memorial 4/227

GROVER, William dealer in colonial wines Penola 1871 Memorial 230/254

GROVERMANN, Albert Georg Heinrich farmer Lake Alexandrina Hundred of Freeling land grant 1876 Grant Book 58 Page 2 County Sturt

GROVERMANN, Alexander Friedrich Arnold farmer O’Halloran Hill 1851[-1855] Memorial 486/35

GROVES, Albert Ernest Levi out of business 715 The Esplanade, Grange, aged 79 in 1947, declared that he had been born at Bowden and lived there until he turned 30. He returned to live again in Bowden for several periods afterwards Application 28525

GROVES, George farmer Hundred of Appila Hundred of Appila land grant 1892 Grant Book 24 Page 512 County Frome

No 1

GROVES, James publican Bowden 1886 Memorial 112/373

GROVES, James gentleman North Adelaide 1893 Application 22603

GROVES, James formerly licensed victualler but now out of business Bowden 1910 Application 25872

GROVES, James formerly licensed victualler but then out of business Bowden, died 14/10/1918. His wife, Mary Ann Groves, had pre-deceased him. Executor; Albert Ernest Levi Groves shoemaker Bowden Memorial 181/482

No 1

GROVES, John farmer Allendale near Kapunda 1871 Memorial 172/256

GROVES, John farmer formerly of Allendale but now of Stone Hut 1899 Memorial 86/437

No 1

GROVES, Levi farrier Bowden 1850[-1857] Memorial 257/21

GROVES, Levi publican Bowden 1853[-1859] Memorial 249/48

GROVES, Levi publican and GROVES, William labourer both of Bowden 1861 Application 2022

GROVES, Levi tanner Bowden 1868 Memorial 162/230

GROVES, Levi farrier Bowden 1855[-1867] Memorial 56/84

GROVES, Levi farmer Hindmarsh 1871 Memorial 2/252

GROVES, Levi farmer Bowden 1875[-1878] Memorial 27/284

GROVES, Levi farmer Bowden 1895. He had lived in the district since c1849 Application 22873

No 1

GROVES, Malachi farmer Morchard 1880 Memorial 168/322

GROVES, Malachi carter Adelaide purchased land grants in the Hundred of Coomooroo 1882 Book 13 Page 258 County Dalhousie

No 1

GROVES, William labourer Bowden 1866 Application 7433

GROVES, William labourer Bowden 1874 Memorial 17/274

GROW, Charles cab proprietor Kooringa 1897[-1905] Memorial 219/430

No 1

GROW, Hilton Claude mounted constable Adelaide linked with Louis Grow formerly carrier but now out of business Kooringa 1923 Memorial 192/487

GROW, Hilton Claude formerly mounted constable but now detective Adelaide 1935 Memorial 55/509

GROW, Louis carrier Kooringa 1884 Memorial 127/355

GROW, Wilfred clerk Kooringa 1907 Memorial 37/458

No 1 – Mrs George Growden nee Ann MAYNARD

GROWDEN, Ann widow Belalie. Hundred of Booyoolie land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 148 County Victoria

GROWDEN, Anne widow Walloway 1881 Memorial 195/329

GROWDEN, Anne widow Walloway. Hundred of Walloway land grant 1883 Grant Book 13 Page 227 County Dalhousie

GROWDEN, Charles Henry linked with Section 103e Hundred of Walloway Co Dalhousie 1890 Memorial 151/406

GROWDEN, Ellen spinster Walloway. Hundred of Walloway land grant 1883 Grant Book 13 Page 226 County Dalhousie

No 1 – perhaps the same person

GROWDEN, Frederick farmer Blyth Plains Co Stanley. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 117 County Victoria

GROWDEN, Frederick stockowner Woolundunga 1883 Memorial 25/348

GROWDEN, Frederick farmer Canowie Co Victoria. Hundred of Walloway land grant 1883 Grant Book 13 Page 226 County Dalhousie

No 1

GROWDEN, George Maynard farmer Georgetown. Hundred of Booyoolie land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 148 County Victoria

GROWDEN, George Maynard and John Growden of Gladstone 1883 Memorial 146/352

No 1

GROWDEN, John farmer Blyth Plains Co Stanley. Hundred of Booyoolie land grant 1878 Grant Book 60 Page 154 County Victoria

GROWDEN, John farmer Gladstone 1887 Memorial 109/386

GRUAGER, Anne (sometimes called Anne GREGOR) of Blinman 1889 Memorial 120/299

GRUAGER, Mary of Blinman and Beltana. William Christopher Gruager mentioned but not described 1880 Memorial 240/324

GRUAGER, William (sometimes called William GREGOR) of Mt Mary Parachilna Gap 1889 Memorial 150/399

GRUAGER, William Christopher of Blinman linked with Mary Gruager of Blinman in a mineral search lease of Section 5860 near Parachilna Gap 1878 Memorial 89/313

GRUBB, Alfred cordial manufacturer Norwood 1897[-1899] Memorial 154/432

No 1 – perhaps the same person

GRUBB, William Christopher labourer Bordertown Hundred of Mt Muirhead land grant 1897 Grant Book 31 Page 206 County Grey

GRUBB, WC retired Strathalbyn 1929 Memorial 109/501

GRUHL, Emil Oswald Johannes farmer Parnaroo. Hermann Reinhold David Gruhl mentioned but not described 1886 Memorial 183/376

GRUHL, Gustav Eduard Benjamin farmer Parnaroo 1889 Memorial 150/395

No 1

GRUHL, Gustav Hermann Ephraim carpenter Norwood 1851[-1857] Memorial 299/31

GRUEHL/GRUHL/GRÜHL, Gustav Hermann Ephraim farmer Bethel 1866 Memorial 135/216

No 1

GRUMMET, Adolph miner Adelaide 1851 Memorial 199/34

GRUMMET, Adolph gold digger Echunga 1855 Memorial 388/83

GRUMMET, Johann Christian Adolph farmer Echunga 1852[-1861] Memorial 239/43

GRUMMET, Adolph farmer near Hahndorf. Member St John German Protestant Church Hahndorf 1859 Memorial 301/153

GRUMMET, Adolph of near Hahndorf assigned his half share interest in a Mineral Lease over Section 407 near Hahndorf for £10 to a local syndicate made up of twenty shareholders ‘to work the same for the mutual advantage of all parties concerned’. A Grummet originally was in equal partnership with Samuel Illingworth to mine the lease and held three shares in the new syndicate 1861 Memorial 140/180

GRUMMET, August miner near Hahndorf. Member St John German Protestant Church Hahndorf 1859 Memorial 301/153

No 1

GRUMMET, August Adolph Berthold chemist Adelaide (Rundle St) 1896 Memorial 233/428

GRUMMET, Berthold chemist Adelaide and Rebecca Grummet his wife 1898 Memorial 228/435

GRUMMET, CA articled clerk Moonta 1901 Memorial 181/442

GRUMMET, Johann Christian Adolph contractor Willunga 1885 Application 20403

GRUEN//GRUN/GRÜN, Johann George farmer Sturt Plains 1856[-1866] Memorial 334/106

No 1

GRUENEBERG, August Christian miner Hahndorf 1856 Memorial 348/101

GRUENEBERG, August Christian yeoman Hahndorf waived his right to purchase Hahndorf allotments vide Christain Graue farmer Hahndorf 1857 Memorial 236/129

GRUENEBERG, August Christian yeoman Hahndorf. Member Hahndorf Land Building and Investment Society 1857 Application 5828

GRUENEBERG, August Christian [formerly miner but then] yeoman Hahndorf 1858 Memorial 213/143

GRUENBERGER/GRUNBERGER/GRÜNBERGER, Gottlieb farmer North Rhine. Hundred of Bagot land grant 1880 Grant Book 17 Page 233 County Eyre

GRUENBERGER/GRUNBERGER/GRÜNBERGER, Johann Wilhelm farmer Murray Bridge 1892 Memorial 155/412

No 1

GRUND, Carl Friedrich labourer Hahndorf 1855[-1863] Memorial 150/62

GRUND, Carl farmer near Hahndorf. Member St John German Protestant Church Hahndorf 1859 Memorial 301/153

GRUND, Carl Friedrich labourer Grünthal, died 15/2/1864 , of hepatitis, intestate. His wife – Julie Henriette Meta Grund – had already died 20/9/1863 Hahndorf, after childbirth. Former Hahndorf neighbour, George Bolte, shoemaker, took in the two surviving children - Emily & Minna Grund. Minna died 26/4/1865 Hahndorf, of typhus. Emily, then the only surviving child of the family, inherited the property absolutely. She became Mrs Percy Shove 14/5/1878.

Application 16924

GRUND, Carl Friedrich of Hahndorf, died 15/2/1864 intestate. Emma Auguste Helene SHOVE, wife of Percy Shove gentleman Adelaide 1878, declared that she was the only surviving child. All her other siblings had died in infancy, including her sister, Minna Mathilde Friederike Grund, who died 26/4/1865 Application 16924
GRUND, Ferdinand Louis linked with Section 528 Hundred of Pichi Richi Co Newcastle 1891 Memorial 83/408

GRUNDY, Archibald Joseph farmer Bath St, Glenelg 1928[-1959] Memorial 169/500, Application 29359

GRUNDY, Ellen Matilda formerly Ellen Matilda nee YEO 1859 Memorial 5/154

No 1

GRUNDY, Eustace B solicitor Mt Gambier 1877[-1878] Memorial 82/298

GRUNDY, Eustace Beardoe solicitor formerly of Adelaide but now of Mt Gambier 1878 Memorial 79/310

GRUNDY, Eustace B solicitor Mt Gambier 1885 Memorial 82/373

GRUNDY, Eustace B solicitor Adelaide (96 King William St) 1892 Memorial 215/413

GRUNDY, Eustace Beardoe barrister formerly of Adelaide but now residing in England 1925 Memorial 93/492

No 1

GRUNDY, Francis Edgar of Adelaide and Ellen Matilda Grundy his wife formerly EM nee YEO 1859 Memorial 42/149

GRUNDY, FE druggist Adelaide 1872 Memorial 176/260

GRUNDY, Francis Edgar chemist Adelaide and Ellen Matilda Grundy his wife formerly EM nee YEO 1875 Memorial 142/286

GRUNDY, Francis Edgar chemist Adelaide 1883 Memorial 61/347

No 1

GRUNDY, George of Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of Black Rock Plain 1881 Grant Book 13 Page 110 County Dalhousie

No 2

GRUNDY, George master mariner Goolwa 1913 Memorial 68/469

GRUNDY, George master mariner and fisherman Goolwa 1929 Application 27779

No 3

GRUNDY, George Secretary of the Church of England Synod Inc, 14 Fowlers Rd, Glen Osmond 1926, declared that he had been born on 17/1/1863. He had been working for the Church of England Office in Leigh St, Adelaide, for the past 45 years. He had had control of the Church's Trustee records since 1893 Application 27478

No 1

GRUNDY, John farmer Aldinga Hundred of Curramulka land grant 1882 Grant Book 19 Page 438 County Fergusson

No 2

GRUNDY, John river captain Goolwa 1885 Memorial 218/366

GRUNDY, John river captain formerly of Goolwa but now of Murray Bridge 1929 Application 27779

No 1 – the Elder

GRUNDY, Joseph gentleman Adelaide 1854 Memorial 7/73

GRUNDY, Joseph storekeeper Yankalilla 1857 Memorial 98/116

GRUNDY, Joseph farmer Yankalilla 1858 Memorial 112/140

GRUNDY, Joseph gentleman Nailsworth 1861[-1864] Memorial 301/173, Application 3208

GRUNDY, Joseph gentleman Nailsworth Hundred of Yankalilla land grant 1861 Grant Book 37 Page 233 County Hindmarsh

GRUNDY, Joseph gentleman formerly of Yankalilla 1857 but now of Nailsworth 1864 Application 5014

GRUNDY, Joseph farmer Finniss Vale 1870 Application 10970

GRUNDY, Joseph formerly of Nailsworth but now of Finniss Vale 1872 Memorial 202/260

GRUNDY, Joseph farmer formerly of Yankalilla but now of Finniss Vale, Rapid Bay 1872 Application 11845

No 2 – the Younger

GRUNDY, Joseph JP grazier Second Valley 1901 Memorial 162/444

No 1

GRUNDY, Joseph Hadfield agent Adelaide 1886 Memorial 211/373

GRUNDY, Joseph Hadfield merchant Adelaide (Grenfell St) 1897 Memorial 162/430

GRUNDY, Joseph Hadfield importer Adelaide 1899 Memorial 146/438

GRUNDY, Joseph Hadfield importer Adelaide. Trustee St Paul's Adelaide 1909 Memorial 235/461

GRUNDY, Joseph Norman pastoralist Hindmarsh Island and Ethel Beatrice Grundy his wife 1947 Application 28556

GRUNDY, Robert master mariner Goolwa and Alice Grundy his wife 1910 Memorial 216/463

No 1

GRUNDY, William spoutsman Adelaide 1875 Memorial 17/287

GRUNDY, William Thomas tinsmith Wallaroo. Kadina (Hundred of Kadina) township allotment land grant 1861 Grant Book 14 Page 35 County Daly

GRUNDY, William Thomas tinsmith Naracoorte Hundred of Naracoorte land grant 1881 Grant Book 50 Page 115 County Robe

No 1 - possibly the same person

GRUNIKE, August of Nuriootpa 1858 Memorial 67/146

GRUNIKE, August bootmaker Nuriootpa 1858 Application 8566

GRUNIKE, August farmer near Melrose 1886 Memorial 55/376

GRUNIKE, August farmer Melrose, had died by 1903 intestate. Letters of administration to Annie Grunike widow Willowie Grant Book 24 Page 750 County Frome

GRUNIKE, Annie widow Hundred of Willowie linked with Annie Grunike spinster Hundred of Koolundunga [Should this name read Mary Grunike?] 1886 Memorial 177/382

GRUNIKE, Annie farmer Hundred of Willowie linked with Mary Grunike spinster Pt Augusta 1895 Memorial 140/424

GRUNIKE, Julius farmer Willowie 1886 Memorial 83/381

GRUNIKE, Wilhelm farmer Hundred of Davenport linked with Annie Grunike widow Willowie 1887 Memorial 178/382

No 1

GRUNWALD, Christian farmer Blumberg 1854 Memorial 429/66

GRUNWALD/GRÜNWALD, Johann Christian of Blumberg, died c1857. He left his estate to his wife, Anna Maria Dorothea Grünwald, who died c1861, leaving her estate to her daughter, Johanne Juliane LESKE. Johann Gottfried Kluge farmer Blumberg, the executor for both wills. Application 5435

GRÜTZMACHER, Joachim Christian Friedrich customs house officer Adelaide 1888 Application 21529

GRÜTZMACHER, Joachim Heinrich Friedrich yeoman Unley 1852[-1855] Memorial 134/39

No 1

GRYLLS, Jemmy blacksmith Adelaide 1839. Later James Grylls gentleman Beaumont 1883 Application 19777

GRYLLS, James Jemmy farmer Adelaide 1848 Memorial 54/12

GRYLLS, James farmer Bellevue near Adelaide 1853[-1855] Memorial 62/51

GRYLLS, James farmer Beaumont 1854[-1863] Memorial 251/72

GRYLLS, James farmer Beaumont Hundred of Saddleworth land grant 1858 Grant Book 44 Page 325 County Light

GRYLLS, James farmer Beaumont. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1859 Grant Book 1 Page 30 County Adelaide

GRYLLS, James farmer Stirling 1862 Memorial 75/182

GRYLLS, James Jemmy yeoman formerly of Penzance, Cornwall, England but then of Bellevue near Beaumont, died 29/1/1893. Father of Ellen Jane GOLDSACK wife of George Goldsack wheelwright Glen Osmond. Grandfather of James Grylls Goldsack farmer Beaumont, Elizabeth Grylls TUCK married woman Henley Beach and Ethel May Goldsack and Stella Mary Goldsack both spinsters Dulwich by 1918 Memorials 194/476 & 5/477

No 1

GRYM, Charles labourer Mintaro 1897[-1923] Memorial 23/432

GRYM, Charles formerly of Mintaro 1907 but now of Plympton 1930. His wife, Mary Grym, died 30/7/1930. Estate worth £131/12/- Memorial 172/503

GRYST, Edward Fisher chemist Adelaide (Hindley St) 1915 Memorial 191/472

GRYST, Peter Mervyn chemist Salisbury 1951 Memorial 192/526 

GUARE, James linked with Section 137 Hundred of Fox Co Robe 1887 Memorial 135/386

GUARE, Patrick farmer Hundred of Woolundunga Co Frome 1885 Memorial 200/371

GUBBIN, William John of 8 Athol Ave, Prospect, changed his name to William John LEICESTER 1933 Memorial 181/506

No 1

GUBBINS, George tanner Bowden 1864 Application 5393

GUBBINS, George tanner Bowden 1865[-1873] Memorial 229/206

GUBBINS, James of Orroroo 1886 Memorial 109/373

GUBBINS, Sydney Thomas Gordon secretary to A NOBLE &Son Ltd, of 246 Port Rd, Hindmarsh 1956 Application 29162

GUBBINS, William farmer Mintaro 1863 Memorial 240/254

GUDE, Johanna Anna spinster Rosenthal, died 21/10/1891, of influenza and 8 days' lung congestion, aged 81. Her nephew, Johann SCHWARTZ farmer Rosenthal, registered the death Application 25709

GUDERIDGE, James carpenter Riverton 1867 Memorial 249/227

GUDGE, John carpenter New Tiers 1857 Memorial 180/114

No 1

GUELDNER, Wilhelm farmer Onkaparinga 1849 Memorial 48/141

GUELDNER, Franz Wilhelm farmer Lobethal 1855[-1857] Memorial 363/82

GUELDNER/GULDNER/GÜLDNER, Franz Wilhelm farmer Weaner Flat 1876 Memorial 158/287

GUELDNER/GULDNER/GÜLDNER, Franz Wilhelm farmer Moorowie Hundred of Melville land grant 1880 Grant Book 19 Page 84 County Fergusson

GUENTHER/GUNTHER/GÜNTHER, Albin farmer Spring Creek near Wilmington Miranda township allotment land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 785 County Frome

GUENTHER/GUNTHER/GÜNTHER, Carl Friedrich chemist Adelaide (Rundle St) 1868[-1874] Memorial 211/233

GUENTHER/GUNTHER/GÜNTHER, Christian farmer Greenock Creek 1853[-1859] Memorial 395/58

GUENTHER/GUNTHER/GÜNTHER, Christian August purchased allotments in Bunawunda [Greenock] 1879 Memorial 222/327

GUENTHER/GUNTHER/GÜNTHER, Christian Friedrich Carl shoemaker Adelaide bought allotments in Stepney 1856 Memorial 105/95

GUENTHER/GUNTHER/GÜNTHER, Ernst shoemaker Adelaide 1852[-1854] Memorial 437/43

GUENTHER/GUNTHER/GÜNTHER, Friedrich Wilhelm of Truro 1883 Memorial 104/348

GUENTHER/GUNTHER/GÜNTHER, Heinrich Klemenz farmer Australia Plains 1887 Memorial 158/387

GUENTHER/GUNTHER/GÜNTHER, Henry cabinetmaker Macclesfield 1857 Memorial 238/126

GUERIN, Bridget Anastasia married woman Salisbury 1924 Application 27254

GUERIN, Frederick Clifford out of business formerly of Kapunda but now of Salisbury and Mary May Guerin his wife 1948 Memorial 167/522

No 1 - probably the same person

GUERIN, Guerin upholsterer Adelaide 1867 Memorial 248/256

GUERIN, G clerk Norwood 1871 Memorial 4/255

GUERIN, Guerin clerk Adelaide 1882 Memorial 59/342

GUERIN, G clerk Adelaide 1888 Application 22402

GUERIN, James farmer Millicent Hundred of Kennion land grant 1900 Grant Book 31 Page 378 County Grey

No 1 - possibly mixture of the Elder and the Younger

GUERIN, John and Lawrence farmers Black Forest 1851 Memorial 349/29

GUERIN, John farmer Morphett Vale 1853 Memorial 26/47

GUERIN, John farmer Bull Creek 1857[-1858] Memorial 203/130

GUERIN, John [probably the Elder] farmer Morphett Vale witnessed a land transaction for John Guerin [probably the Younger] farmer Bull Creek 1858 Memorial 5/33

GUERIN, John and Patrick farmers Bull Creek 1861 Memorial 308/170

GUERIN, John farmer Morphett Vale 1913 Application 26219

No 1 - probably the same person

GUERIN, Lawrence farmer Adelaide 1852[-1853] Memorial 349/29

GUERIN, Lawrence farmer Gawler Plains 1854 Memorial 202/83

GUERIN, Lawrence farmer formerly of Adelaide 1852 but now of Munno Para 1863 Application 3801

GUERIN, Lawrence farmer Redbanks 1865 Memorial 182/201

GUERIN, Mary widow Bull Creek 1882 Application 19479

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

GUERIN, Michael labourer Glen Osmond 1842 Memorial 238/2 Farmer Mt Barker District 1849[-1860] Memorial 361/13 GUERIN, Michael farmer Mt Barker District Hundred of Belvidere land grant 1855 Memorial 202/92

GUERIN, Michael farmer formerly of Mt Barker 1851 but now of the Meadows 1863 Application 4424

GUERIN, Michael the Elder farmer Bull Creek 1864 Memorial 129/195

GUERIN, Michael farmer Bull Creek, died 22/11/1885. Executors: James and Dennis Guerin farmers Bull Creek 1892 Memorial 164/414

No 2

GUERIN, Michael farmer Millicent Hundred of Mayurra land grant 1893 Grant Book 31 Page 234 County Grey

No 1

GUERIN, Patrick labourer Section 830 Co Adelaide 1850[-1853] Memorial 157/23

GUERIN, Patrick farmer Morphett Vale 1852 Memorial 278/50

GUERIN, Patrick farmer Bull Creek 1861 Memorial 309/170

GUERIN, Patrick farmer formerly of Morphett Vale 1853 but now of Bull Creek 1863 Application 4714

GUERIN, Patrick Joseph farmer Salisbury 1933 Memorial 187/506

No 1 - probably the same person

GUESDON, Charles of Hammersmith near Adelaide and Charlotte Guesdon his wife formerly Charlotte PARKER widow 1848 Memorial 93 /11

GUESDON, Charles farmer Little Para near Adelaide and Charlotte Guesdon his wife sold land near Hammersmith near Adelaide 1848 Memorial 227 /13

GUESDON, Charles teamster Alberton 1849 Memorial 30/18

GUESDON, Charles of Adelaide 1859 Memorial 191/162

No 1 - probably the same person

GUESDON, Jules farmer Mudla Wirra 1863 Memorial 275/191

GUESDON, Jules farmer Stockport on the Gilbert 1881 Memorial 141/332

No 1

GUESDON, Pierre Charles of the Little Para (Section 2220 Para River) was a native of Bordeaux, France, a bullock driver, aged 29. He had been in SA for 8 years and now applied to become a British subject 22/3/1849. Application 3049

GUESDON, Peter Charles farmer Para River 1850 Memorial 67/28

GUESDON, Pierre Charles Farmer Little Para 1853 Memorial 175/53

GUESDON, Pierre Charles farmer The Light near Freeling 1865[-1866] Memorial 321/200

GUESDON, Pierre Charles farmer Crafers 1867 Memorial 37/220

GUESDON, Peter Charles (sometimes known as Charles Guesdon) farmer formerly of Crafers but now of Balaklava 1867 Application 19806

GUESDON, Pierre Charles of Balaklava 1878 Memorial 112/306

No 1 – Johann Carl Guette

GUETTE/GUTTE/GÜTTE, Carl farmer Kapunda Hundred of Caltowie land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 183 County Victoria

GUETTE/GUTTE/GÜTTE, Carl farmer Caltowie Hundred of Caltowie land grant 1877 Grant Book 60 Page 185 County Victoria

GUETTE/GUTTE/GÜTTE, Johann Carl blacksmith Caltowie Hundred of Eurilpa land grant 1885 Grant Book 28 Page 60 County Granville

No 1

GUIDERA, Cornelius landowner Virginia 1858[-1859] Memorial 99/143

GUIDERA, Cornelius licensed victualler Virginia 1863[-1868] Memorial 157/189

GUIDERA, Cornelius licensed victualler Virgina, died 8/10/1868 . Estate worth £100 Memorial 227a/384

GUIDERA, Cornelius publican Virginia Hotel Virginia, died 8/10/1868. Estate worth £150. His wife, Bridget Guidera nee O’DEA, to have the income from the estate in trust, until the youngest surviving child becomes an adult or unless she remarries. Then the estate to be sold by auction and his wife and children to take an equal share of the profits absolutely in remainder expectant. The youngest child was Thomas Guidera, born 2/3/1866 at Virginia. He lived at Caltowie in 1887 Application 22819

GUIDICI, Salvatore licensed victualler Adelaide (Clarendon Hotel Hindley St) 1849[-1850] Memorial 377/16

GUILD, William importer Adelaide 1870 Memorial 88/246

No 1

GUILDING/GILDING, Sarah Jane spinster Kooringa 1861 Memorial 343/176

GUILDING, Sarah Jane spinster formerly of Kooringa but now of St Martin's Stamford, Lincs, England 1863 Memorial 29/188

No 1

GUILFOYL, John water carrier Kooringa 1873 Memorial 77/271

GUILFOYL, John water carrier Kooringa 1873 Application 13176

GUILLOD, Ann spinster Magill 1844[-1872] Memorial 200/4

GUINANE, John policeman Adelaide 1862 Memorial 288/184

GUINEA, Edward farmer near Riverton 1859 Memorial 96/220

GUINEY, Annie Elizabeth widow formerly of Peterborough but now of Glenelg 1942 Memorial 30/517

GUINEY, Daniel farmer Macclesfield 1855[-1861] Memorial 273/102

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

GUINEY, Edward farmer Rhynie 1880 Memorial 207/321

GUINEY, Edward farmer Rhynie, died 4/11/1906. Husband of Mary Guiney. Father of Humphrey Guiney farmer Rhynie, Edward Guiney formerly farmer Rhynie but now licensed victualler Morgan, Mary Guiney, Julia Guiney, Hannah SANDERS and Ellen Guiney. Estate worth £1,250 Memorial 19/457

GUINEY, Edward the Elder farmer Rhynie, died 4/11/1906. His widow, Mary Guiney, died 3/10/1914. His family by 1916 included - Edward Guiney the Younger farmer formerly of Rhynie but now of Petersburg (and Annie Elizabeth Guiney his wife), Hannah SAUNDERS married woman Collingswood Vic and Ellen Guiney spinster Pt Pirie Memorial 55/484

GUINEY, Edward John hotelkeeper Morgan Co Eyre. Waikerie (Hundred of Waikerie) township allotment land grant 1911 Grant Book 3 Page 115 County Albert

GUINEY, Edward licensed victualler formerly of Morgan but now of Petersburg 1915 Memorial 105/472

GUINEY, Edward licensed victualler formerly of Morgan but now of Balaklava 1946 Memorial 34/520

No 1

GUINEY, Humphrey farmer Rhynie 1902 Memorial 32/445

GUINEY, Humphrey farmer Rhynie 1902 Application 24441

No 1

GUINNESSEY, Patrick labourer Macclesfield 1872[-1877] Memorial 118/260

GUINNESSEY, Patrick farmer Macclesfield, died 28/1/1886. Father of Thomas Guinnessey labourer Macclesfield Memorials 119 & 120/408

GUINNESSEY, Thomas labourer Macclesfield 1878[-1897] Memorial 224/308, Application 23365

GUINN, William innkeeper Truro 1856 Memorial 310/111

GUISE, Henry ADC to Sir Thomas BUXTON Government House Adelaide 1898 Memorial 60/436

GULBRANDSON, Charles Frederick farmer Morphett Vale 1853[-1854] Memorial 403/54

No 1

GULEY, Isaac farmer Dry Creek 1850[-1866] Memorial 42/25

GULEY, Isaac farmer Mt Gambier Hundred of Mayurra land grant 1882 Grant Book 31 Page 229 County Grey

GULEY, James linked with Sections 45 & 51 Hundred of Hindmarsh Co Grey 1887 Memorial 2/386

GULLIDGE, Sarah widow Mintaro 1858 Memorial 304/143

No 1

GULLY, Alfred mason Adelaide 1858 Memorial 316/136

GULLY, Alfred builder Adelaide (Halifax St) 1870 Memorial 154/249

GULLY, James labourer Aberdeen near Kooringa and Lucy Gully his wife 1919 Memorial 1/478

No 1

GULLY, Robert John agent Adelaide 1890[-1894] Memorial 200/401

GULLY, Robert John agent Tintinara. Tintinara (Hundred of Coombe) township allotment land grant 1907 Grant Book 10 Page 101 County Cardwell

No 1 - unclear whether mixture of the Elder and the Younger

GULLY, Samuel stonemason Adelaide 1873 Memorial 107/264

GULLY, Samuel the Younger mason Adelaide 1873 Memorial 86/69

GULLY, Samuel the Younger builder Adelaide 1874 Memorial 35/288

GULLY, Samuel the Younger builder Unley 1882 Memorial 21/342

GULLY, Samuel out of business Adelaide (South Tce) 1914 Memorial 34/471

GULLY, Thomas builder High St, Kensington 1912 Application 26111

No 1

GULLY, William mason Adelaide 1858 Memorial 36/145

GULLY, William builder Adelaide 1871 Application 11636

GULLY, William builder Adelaide (Wakefield St) 1880 Memorial 12/325

No 1

GUM, Alfred Henry farmer Pinnaroo trustee Methodist Church Yarraville 1911 Grant Book 12 Page 47 County Chandos

GUM, Alfred Henry farmer Pinnaroo. Hundred of Pinnaroo land grant 1919 Grant Book 12 Page 51 County Chandos

GUM, Alfred Henry farmer and agent Karte. Parilla (Hundred of Parilla) township allotment land grant 1929 Grant Book 12 Page 116 County Chandos

GUM, Melaura Prudence married woman Karte. Karte (Hundred of Kingsford) township allotment land grant 1929 Grant Book 12 Page 231 County Chandos

No 1

GUM, Cecil William farmer Pinnaroo trustee Methodist Church Yarraville 1911 Grant Book 12 Page 47 County Chandos

GUM, Cecil William farmer Crystal Brook Co Victoria. Hundred of Pinnaroo land grant 1922 Grant Book 12 Page 52 County Chandos

GUM, James and William farmers Nairne Hundred of Pinda land grant 1882 Grant Book 24 Page 590 County Frome

GUM, Joseph farmer Amyton 1897 Memorial 48/433

GUM, Raymond Frank farmer Pinnaroo. Hundred of Pinnaroo land grant 1926 Grant Book 12 Page 53 County Chandos

GUM, Theophilus linked with Section 47 Hundred of Pinda Co Frome 1891 Memorial 47/413

No 1

GUM, Walter of Amyton. Joseph Gum mentioned but not described 1892 Memorial 47/413

GUM, Walter farmer Amyton 1897 Memorial 187/430

No 1 - probably the same person

GUM, William farmer Amyton 1897 Memorial 186/430

GUM, William sheepfarmer Hundred of Way 1911 Memorial 19/465

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

GUM, William no description Margaret St, Walkerville 1924 Application 27186

No 1

GUMLEY, John farmer Auburn 1879 Grant Book 19 Page 82 County Fergusson

GUMLEY, John farmer Pt Moorowie Hundred of Melville land grant 1882 Grant Book 19 Page 86 County Fergusson

GUMLEY, John of Pt Moorowie 1883 Memorial 117/351

GUMMER, Robert labourer Bewes trustee a Chapel prob at Pt Broughton 1892 Grant Book 14 Page 215 County Daly

GUMMER, Samuel labourer Bowden 1864 Application 5574

No 1

GUMMOW, Henry labourer Adelaide 1873 Application 12545

GUMMOW, Henry the Elder out of business Adelaide, died 9/12/1891 Goodwood. Estate worth £900. Edward Andrew DEVONSHIRE land agent Adelaide his executor. Estate to be sold with all speed and proceeds divided equally absolutely amongst Gummow’s children - Henry GUMMOW the Younger, Mary MUNN, Caroline BUTLER, Richard GUMMOW, Annie JONES (wife of Richard Frederick Jones King William Road, Hyde Park - married 14/6/1880), also a grandson, William Frederick JONES (sawyer Clifton Parade, Unley). Application 26978

GUMMOW, Henry the Elder out of business Adelaide, died 9/12/1891 Goodwood. Husband of Ann Gummow, who received 1/-. His estate to be sold and the proceeds divided equally absolutely amongst his children, minus money he had lent them during his lifetime - Henry Gummow the Younger, Mary MUNN, Caroline BUTLER, Richard Gummow, and Annie JONES (who married 14/6/1880 Richard Frederick Jones now of Hyde Park). A grandson, William Frederick Jones (sawyer Clifton Pde, Unley 1921), to receive several allotments in New Brighton. Estate worth £900 Application 26978

GUMMOW, Henry out of business Adelaide, died 9/12/1891 Goodwood Memorial 110/484

No 1

GUMMOW, Henry labourer Lochiel trustee Institute Lochiel 1889 Grant Book 14 Page 448 County Daly

GUMPATZES, Daniel James of Dunedin, Otago, New Zealand linked with William Henry Gumpatzes manufacturing chemist Adelaide 1931 Memorial 135/504

No 1

GUMPATZES, Joseph Moses formerly of McLaren Vale but then dairyman Rowland Rd, Hilton, died 24/3/1907. His children included William Henry Gumpatzes manufacturing chemist Hanson St, Adelaide; Joseph Thomas Gumpatzes labourer Logan St, Adelaide; Selina Gumpatzes spinster Hanson St, Adelaide; Daniel James Gumpatzes of Dunedin New Zealand. Joseph Gumpetzes the Elder attended the McLaren Vale Methodist Sunday School with John BUGDEN later retired farmer McLaren Vale [aged 76 in 1929]. The Gumpertzes left McLaren Vale in 1888 Application 27793

GUMPATZES, Joseph Moses formerly dairyman late labourer Hilton, died 24/3/1907. His family included: William Henry Gumpatzes manufacturing chemist Hanson St, Adelaide; Joseph Thomas Gumpatzes labourer Logan St, Adelaide; Daniel James Gumpatzes salesman Dunedin New Zealand; and Adelaide Selina Gumpatzes spinster Washington St, Hilton 1920 Application 26878

No 1

GUMPRS, James draper Adelaide 1848 Memorial 33/11

GUMPRS, James storekeeper Co Adelaide 1849 Memorial 377/17

GUMPRS, James storekeeper McLaren Vale 1852 Memorial 489/39

GUMPRS, James licensed victualler McLaren Vale 1854 Memorial 327/67

GUMPRS, James licensed victualler Section 168 Hundred of Willunga 1856 Memorial 9/96

No 1

GUNBY, William engineer surveyor Goolwa 1893 Memorial 189/417

GUNBY, William engineer Goolwa 1895 Memorial 55/425

GUNBY, William engineer formerly of Glanville but then of Gainsborough Cottage, Hutchinson St, Goolwa 1877[-c1903], died c1903. Husband of Catherine Elizabeth Gunby Memorial 73/450

GUNBY, Catherine Elisabeth still lived in Gainsborough Cottage, Goolwa in 1913 Memorial 34/468

No 1

GUNDER, Johann Carl Gottlieb farmer Hundred of Belvidere Co Light 1855 Memorial 61/98

GUNDER, Johann Gottlieb farmer Appila Hundred of Appila land grant 1880 Grant Book 24 Page 499 County Frome

GUNDILL, John Fox builder Norwood 1889 Memorial 19/396

GUNDRY, John gentleman Helston on the Light River 1850[-1857] Memorial 240/27

GUNDRY, Richard miner Kapunda 1852 Memorial 213/43

GUNDRY, Thomas draper Adelaide (Rundle St) 1857 Memorial 56/115

GUNDRY, William Richardson chemist and druggist Auckland Province of Ulster New Zealand sold land in Grenfell St Adelaide 1849 [no record of purchase] Memorial 261/17

No 1

GUNN, Angus storekeeper Booborowie 1867 Memorial 130/228

GUNN, Angus farmer Booborowie Hundred of Ayers land grant 1868 Grant Book 56 Page 201 County Stanley

No 1

GUNN, Charles Donald and William Gunn farmers Hundred of Way 1903 Memorial 37/450

GUNN, Charles D farmer Bramfield 1904 Memorial 95/450

No 1

GUNN, David farmer Mt Wedge Bramfield (Hundred of Ward) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 48 Page 3 County Musgrave

No 2

GUNN, David a lunatic. That his lands be sold by public auction, and the moneys put in trust for the support of the said lunatic. Trustee Farquhar Peregrine Gordon McCRAE bank manager Bank of Australasia Adelaide Supreme Court Order 14/10/1885 Deposits 52 & 53/1886

No 1

GUNN, David Webster labourer Pt Adelaide 1856[-1859] Memorial 46/113

GUNN, David Webster labourer Glanville 1878 Application 16845

GUNN, David Webster labourer Glanville and Jean Gunn his wife 1891 Application 21990.

GUNN, Francis Henry mason Crafers 1873[-1875] Memorial 124/266

No 1

GUNN, James gentleman Adelaide 1854 Memorial 107/94

GUNN, James gentleman Adelaide (Chancery Lane) 1865 Memorial 344/206

No 2

GUNN, James storekeeper Kensington and Elizabeth Heath Gunn his wife daughter of the late William HYNE no description 1881 Memorial 244/333

No 1

GUNN, John carpenter Strathalbyn 1859 Memorial 38/156

GUNN, John carpenter Strathalbyn 1859 Application 3682

GUNN, Norman William and William farmers Hundred of Way 1887 Memorial 140/388

GUNN, Thomas carrier Carrondown Hindmarsh 1903 Brompton Methodist Church trustee Application 28475

GUNN, Tom Heath bank officer Pt Lincoln 1946 Memorial 154/519

No 1

GUNN, William labourer Adelaide 1851 Memorial 155/36

No 2 - perhaps the same person

GUNN, William licensed victualler Truro 1854[-1869] Memorial 108/77

GUNN, William innkeeper Wentworth NSW 1864 Memorial 142/196

GUNN, William licensed victualler formerly of Truro 1854 now of Wentworth NSW 1866 Application 8036

No 3 - perhaps a continuation of No 2

GUNN, William farmer Hundred of Way 1887[-1889] Memorial 161/384

GUNN, William sheepfarmer Hundred of Way 1897 Memorial 9/430

GUNNER, CF accountant Adelaide 1950 Memorial 93/525

GUNNER, Richard of Rose Park 1888 Memorial 181/392

No 1

GUNNING, Alexander Thomas Esquire Mosquito Plains 1854 Memorial 392/73

GUNNING, Alexander Thomas surgeon Narracoorte Hundred of Waterhouse land grant 1860 Grant Book 50 Page 7 County Robe

GUNNING, Alexander Thomas MRCS surgeon Narracoorte 1871[-1881] Memorial 181/255

GUNNING, Alexander Thomas doctor Narracoorte 1894 Application 22745

No 1 - perhaps the same person

GUNNING, A bank clerk Gawler 1890 Memorial 58/403

GUNNING, Allan bank clerk Pt Pirie 1894 Memorial 243/421

GUNNING, John H clerk to FW DAVISON solicitor Narracoorte 1880[-1882] Memorial 149/324

GUNNY, Angus storekeepe Booborowie 1864 Memorial 246/192

GUNSLER, Johann Ferdinand licensed victualler Adelaide (Bijou Hotel Rundle St) 1901[-1902] Memorial 182/445

No 1

GUNSON, John Michael doctor Adelaide (Franklin St) 1855[-1862] Memorial 394/81

GUNSON, John Michael surgeon Adelaide 1861 Application 2238

GUNSON, John Michael surgeon Adelaide, about to proceed to the United Kingdom, power of attorney to William DELANO gentleman Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs during his absence 30/12/1864 Deposit 212/1865

GUNTER, Edward yeoman Brompton 1853 Memorial 431/47

No 1

GUNTER, Henry gentleman Bowden 1854[-1857] Memorial 233/67 Husband of Sarah Gunter 1857 Memorial 86/127

GUNTER, Henry publican Bowden and Sarah Gunter his wife 1860 Memorial 12/169

GUNTER, Sarah widow Gladstone 1881 Memorial 29/332

GUNTER, Sarah widow Gladstone relict of the late Henry Gunter gentleman formerly of Bowden later Gladstone but now deceased 1881. In 1860, Henry Gunter had been engaged in long-term work at Wallaroo Application 18612

GUNTER, Henry Edward yeoman Brompton 1853 Memorial 481/60

GUNTER, James Henry smelter Wallaroo Bay. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1873 Grant Book 14 Page 80 County Daly

GUNTER, Joseph labourer Salisbury 1856 Memorial 338/112

GUNTER, Samuel stonemason and carpenter Mt Bryan. Mt Bryan (Hundred of Kingston) township allotment land grant 1912 Grant Book 9 Page 210 County Burra

No 1

GUNTER, Thomas butcher Auburn 1868[-1869] Memorial 137/228

No 2

GUNTER, Thomas contractor Pt Augusta 1875[-1878] Memorial 70/279

GUNTER, Thomas contractor North Adelaide, son of Henry and Sarah Gunter 1881 Application 18612

No 1 - perhaps the same person

GUNTER, William butcher Quorn Hundred of Pichi Richi land grant 1885[-1886] Grant Book 49 Page 29 County Newcastle

GUNTER, William butcher Quorn 1900 Memorial 95/440

GUNTER, William linked with Section 116 Hundred of Palmer Co Newcastle 1890 Memorial 141/402

GÜNTHER, Carl shoemaker Stepney 1877 Application 15908

GÜNTHER, Christian August labourer Greenock 1883 Application 19685

GUNTHER, Conrad farmer Mt Torrens 1864 Application 4958

GUNTHER, Frederick William farmer Allendale North 1941 Application 28287

GUNTHER, Henry farmer Callington Hundred of Monarto land grant 1867 Grant Book 58 Page 123 County Sturt

GUNTHER, WM grazier Hawker and SG Gunther his wife 1948 Application 28587

GUNTLEY, MJ publican Payneham 1864 Application 5112

GUNWOOD, Lewis of Glenelg Application 18090

No 1

GUPPY, Edward carpenter East Auburn 1871 Application 11406.

GUPPY, Edward carpenter East Auburn 1872 Memorial 143/260

GUPPY, Edward carpenter formerly of East Auburn but now of Broken Hill NSW 1914 Application 26370

No 1

GUPPY, Emanuel labourer Kooringa 1851 Memorial 130/33

GUPPY, Emanuel formerly of Kooringa but now of Campbell Creek near Castlemaine Vic 1857 Memorial 151/130

GUPPY, Henry Charles of Bladford, Dorset, England 1920 Also 5 Trafalgar Lawn, Devon, England Application 26936

No 1 - perhaps the same family

GUPPY, James and Walter farmers Chain of Ponds 1851 Memorial 224/31

GUPPY, Mary Ann widow Chain of Ponds 1856 Memorial 111/107

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

GUPPY, Richard sawyer East Auburn 1858 Memorial 22/135

GUPPY, Richard labourer East Auburn 1866 Memorial 117/210

GUPPY, Richard carpenter East Auburn 1914 Application 26370

No 1

GUPPY, William stockholder Brownhill Creek 1849. Memorial 187/15 Farmer Old Tiers 1851 Memorial 5/39

GUPPY, William formerly of Brownhill Creek but now of the Old Tiers 1853 Memorial 44/53

GUPPY, William yeoman The Tiers 1855 Memorial 169/90

GUPPY, William stockholder Old Tiers Hundred of Noarlunga near Crafers and Mary Guppy his wife 1856 Memorial 230/103

GUPPY, William farmer near Crafers 1861. He leased out to market gardeners Guppy Swamp, portion of Section 2798 Hundred of Noarlunga, 7 acres in area 'now divided and fenced off … together with the cottage or house standing on the northwestern corner … and excepting [in the lease] the cottage now occupied by the said William Guppy and the pigstye there and a right of way thereto from the Old Mt Barker Road' Memorial 302/173

GUPPY, William yeoman Old Tiers near Crafers 1874 Memorial 60/272

GUPPY, William of the Old Tiers brother to Isaac Guppy of Chard, Somerset, England 1874 Memorial 121/273

GUPPY, Mary wife of William Guppy stockholder Old Tiers Hundred of Noarlunga 1853 Memorial 62/58

GUPPY, Mary wife of William Guppy of the Old Tiers in the Hundred of Noarlunga, died c1861.She left her entire estate to her husband absolutely Memorial 404/179

GUPPY, Mary wife of William Guppy of the Old Tiers, Hundred of Noarlunga. Will 9/7/1857. Pt Section 2798 to her husband, William Guppy absolutely, provided he repay the mortgage to Thomas FRANKS farmer Old Tiers Deposit 194/1876

GUREN, Lawrence labourer Black Forest 1849 Memorial 452/20

GURNER, Albert John Robinson storekeeper Norwood. Lameroo (Hundred of Bews) township allotment land grant 1907[-1908] Grant Book 12 Page 36 County Chandos

GURNER, Alfred Herbert clerk Kadina. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1905 Grant Book 14 Page 97 County Daly

No 1

GURNER, Edmund Robert accountant Adelaide 1909 Memorial 69/461

GURNER, Edmund Robert manager firm of Walter Reynell & Sons Reynella 1919 Memorial 53/479

GURNER, Edmund Robert company director Adelaide, died 13/7/1927 Wentworth Hotel, Church Hill, Sydney, of 1 and a half hour's cerebral haemorrhage, aged 53. Cremated at Rookwood Cemetery. The son of John Robert Gurner, a dentist, and Louisa Jane BAKEWELL. Married Alice PHILLIPS at North Adelaide, when he was 38. Daughters Patricia Gurner aged 17 years and Joan Gurner aged 12 years Application 27805

No 1

GURNER, Frederick William accountant Kadina. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1871 Grant Book 14 Page 77 County Daly

GURNER, Frederick draper Kadina trustee Institute Kadina 1874 Grant Book 14 Page 24 County Daly

GURNER, Frederick William draper Kadina. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1878[-1889] Grant Book 14 Page 233 County Daly

GURNER, Frederick William draper Kadina 1886[-1889] Memorial 109/381

GURNER, Frederick William draper Kadina, became a bankrupt in 1892 Memorial 92/418

GURNER, FW agent Kadina 1896 Memorial 11/427

No 1

GURNER, George storekeeper Riverton 1869 Application 10157

GURNER, George miller Riverton 1879. Linked with Mary Louisa Annie Augusta Edgecombe GURNER spinster Fitzroy Vic and Susan Matilda Meditation Gurner spinster Norwood Application 23440

GURNER, George of Riverton linked with John Gurner formerly of Angaston but now of Adelaide 1879 Memorial 159/318

GURNER, George storekeeper Riverton 1882 Memorial 164/339

No 1

GURNER, John licensed victualler North Adelaide (Lord Membourne Melbourne St) 1852[- 1853] Memorial 319/43

GURNER, John the Elder storekeeper Riverton 1866 Memorial 67/212

GURNER, John the Elder and Mary Gurner his wife (she died 23/10/1895) no description. Children of Mrs Gurner by 1897 included - Albert John Robinson Gurner storekeeper's assistant Quorn, George Gurner baker Kensington, Mary Louisa Annie Augusta Edgecombe Minnie Gurner spinster Fitzroy Vic and Susan Matilda Meditation Gurner spinster Norwood Memorial 84/433

No 1

GURNER, John Robert dentist Adelaide 1858[-1891] Memorial 232/137

GURNER, John Robert dentist Adelaide and Louisa Jane Gurner his wife 1891 Memorial 215/409

GURNER, W clerk Adelaide 1887 Memorial 96/388

No 1

GURNEY, Benjamin labourer Echunga 1860 Memorial 233/169

GURNEY, Benjamin the Elder mariner Mt Gambier, died 7/8/1889. By 1890, his widow, Eliza Gurney, lived in Adelaide with her daughters Amelia Jane Gurney and Mary Ann Gurney spinsters . Other children included; Benjamin Gurney the Younger farmer Millicent, Frederick Gurney farm labourer Millicent, Edwin Gurney labourer Steaky Bay, Hudson Gurney farmer Millicent and Ellen BOYLE wife of Peter Boyle engine driver Echunga Memorial 202/402

GURNEY, Benjamin mariner Mt Gambier, died 7/8/1889 Parkside intestate. His widow, Eliza Gurney, lived off Daly St, Adelaide by 1889. His estate worth £30 Memorial 21/466

GURNEY, Benjamin fencer Echunga, died 1889 intestate. Letters of administration to his widow, Eliza Gurney, who died 4/10/1900 Eizabeth St, Evandale, of a few days' attack of bronchitis, aged 73. Children in 1912 included Amelia Jane Gurney spinster Adelaide and Mary Ann WEHLACK married woman formerly of Adelaide now of Barney Point Qld. Mary Ann Gurney 30 spinster dressmaker Adelaide (Born Mt Gambier; Parents: Benjamin Gurney mariner and Eliza LAMB) married Paul Friedrich WEHLACK 35 engineer Eidswold Qld (Born Echunga; Parents: Rugns?? Wehlack potter and Pauline nee ? ) on 26/12/1892 All Saints Anglican Church Brisbane Application 26060

GURNEY, Burness Lloyd labourer Salisbury 1950 Application 28762

No 1

GURNEY, Clyde Clifton motor driver Salisbury and Maria Ruby Gurney his wife 1928 Memorial 125/499

GURNEY, Clyde Clifton motor driver Salisbury and Maria Ruby Gurney his wife 1944 Memorial 198/517

No 1

GURNEY, Cornelius of Echunga 1852 Memorial 60/45

GURNEY, Cornelius yeoman Echunga 1855[-1857] Memorial 472/91

GURNEY, Cornelius farmer Echunga Creek 1857 Memorial 149/117

GURNEY, Cornelius labourer Echunga 1884. He could not write Application 20168

GURNEY, Harold Clement labourer Kingston S-E 1937 Memorial 189/511

GURNEY, Humphrey farmer Rhynie 1897 Memorial 68/430

No 1

GURNEY, Trajan mason Norwood 1876 Memorial 203/294

GURNEY, Trajan mason Hyde Park near Unley 1878 Memorial 194/306

GURNEY, William Albert builder's labourer Willaston near Gawler 1946 Memorial 17/520

GURR, Alfred John farmer Inman Valley linked with Joshua Gurr gentleman North Kensington 1904 Memorial 28/452

No 1 - probably the same person

GURR, Caleb George accountant Fullarton 1884 Application 20243

GURR, Caleb George auctioneer Adelaide 1892 Memorial 205/415

GURR, CG director of the West Callington Copper and Silver Mining Co No Liability 1896 Memorial 189/428

GURR, Caleb George journalist Adelaide 1909 Application 25588.

GURR, George and Henry of Adelaide leased a shop and dwellinghouse, bakehouse and oven, stable and cart shed in Carrington St, Adelaide from Abraham WARNER builder Carrington St 1873[-1883] Memorials 224/271, 28/353

No 1

GURR, John carpenter Adelaide 1849 Memorial 13/14

GURR, John carpenter Adelaide (Grenfell St) 1853 Memorial 169/59

GURR, John of Grenfell St, Adelaide and Ann Gurr his wife. Joshua Gurr mentioned but not described 1855 Memorial 251/95

GURR, Ann widow Adelaide 1856[-1859] Memorial 331/97

No 2

GURR, John clerk Adelaide 1865 Memorial 276/205

No 1

GURR, John Henry gentleman Glenelg linked with Joshua Gurr gentleman Adelaide 1895 Memorial 76/425

GURR, John Henry gentleman Glenelg 1895 Application 22937

GURR, John Henry gentleman Oliveville Glenelg, died 17/10/1918 King William St, Adelaide. Estate worth £59,000 Memorial 54/478

No 1

GURR, Joseph iron merchant Adelaide (Currie St) 1855 Memorial 411/83

No 2 - likely to be a continuation of No 1

GURR, Joseph blacksmith Adelaide 1852 Memorial 48/39

GURR, Joseph blacksmith Adelaide. Hundred of Mudla Wirra land purchase 1856 Memorial 231/104

GURR, Joseph blacksmith [formerly of Adelaide but now of] Gawler River Hundred of Mudla Wirra 1859 Memorial 263/150

GURR, Joseph blacksmith Gawler River early 1859 coal dealer Adelaide late 1859 Application 552

GURR, Joseph formerly of the Hundred of Mudla Wirra but now timber merchant Kapunda 1866 Memorial 219/216

GURR, Joseph ironmonger Kapunda 1866 Memorial 196/213

GURR, Joseph ironmonger Kapunda 1874 Application 13838

GURR, Joseph died 14/2/1887. Husband of Mary Gurr. Perhaps father of Caleb James Gurr. Both Mary Gurr and Caleb James Gurr lived at Kensington by 1897 Memorial 159/435

GURR, Joseph died 14/2/1887 perhaps Kapunda. Husband of Mary Gurr later that year widow Tickera. Father of Caleb James Gurr and David Gurr farmers Tickera Memorial 98/386.

No 1

GURR, Joshua blacksmith Adelaide 1844[-1846] Memorial 328/64, Application 20600

GURR, Joshua ironmerchant Adelaide (Currie St). Hundred of Barossa land grant 1851 Grant Book 1 Page 33 County Adelaide

County Chandos

GURR, Joshua iron merchant Adelaide 1852 Memorial 48/39

GURR, Joshua blacksmith Kensington 1850 Memorial 411/19

GURR, Joshua iron merchant Kensington 1853 Memorial 93/53

GURR, Joshua iron merchant Adelaide 1858[-1867] Memorial 149/139, Application 748

GURR, Joshua coal merchant Kensington 1862 Memorial 87/181

GURR, Joshua coal merchant Adelaide 1869 Memorial 249/237

GURR, Joshua gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now in parts beyond the seas 1871 Memorial 47/252

GURR, Joshua gentleman Adelaide linked with William Gurr shoemaker Saddleworth 1880 Memorial 11/349

GURR, Joshua gentleman Adelaide, about to leave the province for a time, power of attorney to Jacob ABBOTT the Younger clerk Stepney, to manage his SA business affairs 20/5/1884 Deposit 97/1884

GURR, Joshua agent Adelaide (Currie St) 1899 Memorial 105/439

GURR, Valentine letter sorter Adelaide (Little Sturt St) 1903[-1908] Memorial 240/447, Application 25401

No 1

GURR, William shoemaker Thebarton 1849[-1855] Memorial 535/14

GURR, William bootmaker Thebarton. Thebarton Wesleyan Chapel trustee 1853 Memorial 154/47

GURR, William shoemaker formerly of Thebarton but now of Walkerville 1858 Memorial 186/137

GURR, William storekeeper Lower North Road 1856 Memorial 279/100

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

GURR, William bootmaker Saddleworth 1880[-1885] Memorial 11/349

GURRY, Edward licensed victualler Kapunda 1880[-1890] Memorial 64/321

GURRY, John farmer Tothill Creek 1869 Memorial 213/237

GURRY, Richard labourer Kapunda 1912 Memorial 56/467

No 1

GURSANSKY, August of Rosenthal 1859 Memorial 207/151

GURSANSKY, August farmer Rosenthal 1861[-1864] Memorial 253/172

GURSANSKY, Gotthild Daniel farmer Blyth Hundred of Blyth land grant 1900 Grant Book 56 Page 368 County Stanley

GURSANSKY, Johannes Samuel farmer Blyth 1897[-1898] Memorial 142/431

GUST, Ernst August blacksmith Tantanoola Tantanoola (formerly Lucieton Hundred of Hindmarsh) township allotment land grant 1898 Grant Book 31 Page 301 County Grey

No 1

GUSTER, Isaac mason South Road 1858 Memorial 270/146

GUSTER, Isaac mason Adelaide (Cheetham St) 1866 Memorial 9/214

GUTCH, George Esquire late of Bridge House, Harrow Road, Middlesex, England, but now of Porteous House, Paddington, Middlesex, power of attorney to Stewart BROWN Esquire Kapunda, to manage his land at Willunga 15/1/1868 Deposit 141/1870

GUTHERIE, George Robert builder Bowden 1913 Memorial 2/470

No 1

GUTHLEBEN, Jacob farmer Kringin trustee Methodist Church Mootatunga 1925 Grant Book 12 Page 251 County Chandos

GUTHLEBEN, Jacob farmer Kringin. Hundred of Kingsford land grant 1927 Grant Book 12 Page 271

GUTHRIE, Andrew mason Bowden 1854[-1877] Memorial 66/70

GUTHRIE, Andrew mason Bowden 1880 Application 18266
No 1

GUTHRIE, David, Richard Henry BULLOCK, and Edward John STUART wool brokers and merchants Kingston S-E trading under the style or firm of Guthrie, Bullock & Co 1871 Memorial 101/251

GUTHRIE, David, Richard Henry BULLOCK and Edward John STUART woolbrokers and merchants Kingston S-E trading under the style or firm of Guthrie, Bullock & Co 1872 Memorial 180/262

No 1

GUTHRIE, David butcher Watervale 1896 Application 23161

No 1

GUTHRIE, George yeoman Adelaide 1841 Memorial 200/108

GUTHRIE, George publican Adelaide 1838, by 1863 was a labourer Adelaide Application 28632

GUTHRIE, George labourer Adelaide 1863 Memorial 203/189

GUTHRIE, George Robert builder Bowden 1915. Probably a family link with William Guthrie builder Bowden Application 26457

GUTHRIE, James and Elizabeth of Watervale. James Guthrie died 23/5/1916. He left his £350 estate to his wife absolutely. His son-in-law, Edward Oliver Burford farmer Yacka 1916 was the executor. The Guthries were the parents of Helen BURFORD married woman Watervale 1940, who was born on 8/11/1884 at Crystal Brook. After her marriage in 1909, she lived at Hamley Bridge between 1909-1910, Brinkworth 1910-1911, Hart 1911-1912, Yacka 1912-1916. Three months after her father died in 1916, Mrs Burford returned to live with her mother at Watervale. Elizabeth Guthrie died 2/1/1926 Application 28256

GUTHRIE, James George gentleman Adelaide 1856 Memorial 269/103

No 1

GUTHRIE, John farmer Adelaide 1842 Memorial 216/5

GUTHRIE, John farmer Gawler 1844 Memorial 407/3 Farmer Fairfield near Gawler 1847 Memorial 71/8 Farmer Fairfield Gawler River 1849[-1854] Memorial 110/15

GUTHRIE, John farmer Fairfield Gawler River. Hundred of Munno Para land grant 1851 Grant Book 1 Page 104 County Adelaide

GUTHRIE, John formerly farmer Gawler River but now in parts beyond the seas 1854[-1856] Memorial 102/65

GUTHRIE, John gentleman Geelong Vic 1859 Memorial 58/160

GUTHRIE, John gentleman now or formerly of Geelong Vic, owned land in Pt Lincoln 1869 Memorial 213/240

No 2

GUTHRIE, John the Elder farmer Lochaber Hundred of Lochaber land grant 1874 Grant Book 29 Page 252 County MacDonnell

No 3

GUTHRIE, John the Younger farmer Morambro Hundred of Hynam land grant 1874 Grant Book 29 Page 162 County MacDonnell

No 4

GUTHRIE, John bricklayer Bowden, aged 63 in 1924, declared that he had lived in the township for at least 40 years Application 27272

No 1

GUTHRIE, Leonard Frederick farmer Gumeracha 1918 Memorial 23/477

GUTHRIE, Leonard Frederick farmer formerly of Gumeracha but now of Springton linked with William Harold Guthrie farmer Gumeracha 1937 Memorial 18/511

GUTHRIE, Mary stockholder Fairview Station Avon Plains 1872 Memorial 52/262

GUTHRIE, Patrick farmer Watervale 1865. He died 16/6/1868 intestate and a bachelor. Son of the late Terence Guthrie labourer Innes Diamond Co Clare, Ireland and Mary Guthrie his wife. The family emigrated to SA - not clear whether T Guthrie died in Ireland or came to SA, but he died c1870. Mrs Guthrie remarried to John BROGAN of Watervale, who had died by 1889. Mary Brogan died 26/11/1891, aged 82 Memorial 56/203, Application 21759

No 1

GUTHRIE, Thomas stockholder Morambro and Mary Guthrie his wife Hundred of Glen Roy land grant 1873 Grant Book 29 Page 283 County MacDonnell

GUTHRIE, Thomas sheepfarmer Avon Plains and Mary Guthrie his wife Hundred of Hynam land grant 1874 Grant Book 29 Page 162 County MacDonnell

GUTHRIE, Mary stockowner Avon Plains Hundred of Lochaber land grant 1872 Grant Book 29 Page 251 County MacDonnell

GUTHRIE, Thomas stockowner Avon Plains Hundred of Mt Muirhead land grant 1883 Grant Book 31 Page 200 County Grey

No 2 – perhaps a continuation of No 1

GUTHRIE, Thomas gentleman Geelong Vic 1875 Application 20302

GUTHRIE, Thomas Esquire Geelong Vic and Mary Guthrie his wife 1876 Memorial 239/295

No 1

GUTHRIE, William farmer Gumeracha 1882[-1883] Memorial 43/344

GUTHRIE, William farmer Tungkillo, died. Husband of Johanna Guthrie. Father of John and Michael Guthrie graziers Gumeracha and Alice Margaret Guthrie, Ann Guthrie, Mary Guthrie and Catherine Guthrie spinsters 1910 Memorial 217/463

GUTHRIE, Alice spinster Tungkillo, died 2/8/1923 St Peters intestate. Daughter of Johanna Guthrie widow Tungkillo. Estate worth £650. Johanna Guthrie died 28/9/1924 intestate. Mother of Michael Guthrie farmer and grazier Gumeracha, John Guthrie farmer and grazier Birdwood, Catherine KAIN married woman Tungkillo and Mary Kain widow Hamley Bridge Memorials 30 & 31/493

No 2

GUTHRIE, William of Oulnina Station N-E Hundred of Redhill land grant 1878[-1880] Grant Book 14 Page 368 County Daly

No 1

GUTHWASSER, Peter Friedrich August tinsmith Aldinga purchased land in Hahndorf 1857 Memorial 54/117

GUTHWASSER, Peter Friedrich August tinman formerly of Aldinga but then of Hahndorf 1859 Application 373

GUTHWASSER, Peter Friedrich August labourer Adelaide 1865 Memorial 143/205

GUTSCH, Johann labourer North Adelaide 1851 Memorial 186/34

GUTSCHE, Johann Friedrich farmer Blumberg 1856[-1863] Memorial 29/99

No 1

GUTSCHE, Johann Friedrich Carl farmer Weaner Flat Yorke Peninsula Hundred of Dalrymple land grant 1881 Grant Book 19 Page 144 County Fergusson

GUTSCHE, Johann Friedrich Carl farmer Hundred of Dalrymple 1888 Memorial 56/395

GUTSCHE, Johann Friedrich Carl farmer near Yorketown Hundred of Dalrymple land grant 1903 Grant Book 19 Page 150 County Fergusson

No 1

GUTSCHE, Johann Gottlob farmer Blumberg Co Adelaide. Hundred of Tungkillo land grant 1880 Grant Book 58 Page 287 County Sturt

GUTSCHE, Johann Gottlieb farmer Palmer 1892 Memorial 51/413

No 1

GUTSCHE, Johann Wilhelm tailor Lobethal 1850 Memorial 416/26

GUTSCHE, Johann Wilhelm [formerly tailor Lobethal but now] farmer Bethanien 1853 Memorial 376/50

GUTSCHE, Johann Wilhelm farmer [formerly of Bethanien but now of] Lobethal 1854 Memorial 185/65

GUTSCHE, Johann Wilhelm tailor Bethanien 1859[-1884] Memorial 67/151, Application 20395

GUTTE, Carl and Johann Gottlieb farmers Caltowie 1891 Memorial 176/408

GUTTE, Johann Charles blacksmith Tarcowie. Tarcowie (Hundred of Tarcowie) township allotment land grant 1914 Grant Book 13 Page 34 County Dalhousie

GUTTE, Johann Wilhelm farmer Booleroo Centre Co Frome. Hundred of Pekina land grant 1921 Grant Book 13 Page 175 County Dalhousie

GUTTLIDGE, George farmer Mintaro 1853 Memorial 339/49

GUTTRIDGE, Frederick out of business Adelaide purchased the unexpired lease of The British Hotel in Pt Adelaide for £800 from Robert Fitzallan Long 1884 Memorial 204/359

No 1

GUY, Anna widow Adelaide 1857 Memorial 181/117

GUY, Anna widow Kent Town 1865 Memorial 145/204

GUY, Charlotte spinster Tungkillo 1860 Memorial 317/179

No 1

GUY, John farmer Section 44B St Marys 1842 Application 23910

GUY, John farmer Section 44B near St Marys 1842[-1847] Memorial 324/26

GUY, John Esquire [formerly of St Marys but now of] Lake Alexandrina 1850[-1851] Memorial 414/19 He owned many tenant farms in the Wiltshire Special Survey Memorial 116/34

GUY, John Esquire [formerly of Lake Alexandrina but now of] Adelaide 1854 Memorial 137/69

GUY, John Esquire Adelaide, about to leave the province, power of attorney to John Pole BLUNDELL wine and spirit merchant Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 1854 Application 15905.

GUY, John Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now absent from the said province 1854 He appointed John Pole BLUNDELL wine and spirit merchant Adelaide as his attorney Memorial 234/73

GUY, John Esquire formerly of Lake Alexandrina then of Adelaide but now of Norwood 1857[-1862] Memorial 76/125

No 2

GUY, John farmer Inverbrackie 1850 Memorial 400/58

GUY, John the Elder married Tamar BARKER 30/4/1841 Holy Trinity North Tce Adelaide. The family settled at Inverbrackie near Woodside. Four sons and one daughter - William Barker Guy (died 2/9/1849), Thomas Guy (born 2/2/1845 Inverbrackie, baptised in the temporary church at Woodside 23/10/1850 Rev’d GC Newenham), John Guy the Younger, William Guy and Elizabeth Guy. John Guy the Elder died 14/4/1854 near the Little Para intestate (death not registered), by accidentally falling off his dray. Inquest 15/4/1854 Old Spot Inn, Little Para. Account in The Register 17/4/1854. Mrs Guy remarried, to Edward HAMLYN farmer Langhorne Creek Application 7219

GUY, Joseph farmer Appila Hundred of Appila land grant 1879 Grant Book 24 Page 499 County Frome

GUY, Maria widow Adelaide 1870 Memorial 102/248

No 1

GUY, Reuben publican Willunga 1883 Memorial 8/356

GUY, Reuben of Adelaide formerly hotel keeper but now out of business 1890 Memorial 143/404

GUY, Richard miner Kadina. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1881 Grant Book 14 Page 239 County Daly

No 1

GUY, Thomas gentleman at present residing near Lake Alexandrina but about to leave the province for England 1853 Memorial 455/77

GUY, Thomas gentleman near Lake Alexandrina, about to leave the province for England, power of attorney to Edward STIRLING Esquire Strathalbyn and George H DAVENPORT gentleman Macclesfield, to manage his SA business affairs 4/4/1853 Deposit 223/OA

GUY, Thomas gentleman formerly of Lake Alexandrina but now absent from the said province 1853 Memorial 234/54

GUY, Thomas farmer East Wellington Murray River Hundred of Seymour land grant 1867 Grant Book 54 Page 113 County Russell

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

GUY, Thomas farmer Langhorne Creek 1866 Application 7219

GUY, Thomas farmer Angas Plains 1868 Memorial 225/233

GUYER, Thomas Saunders chemist and druggist Adelaide 1850 Memorial 266/20

GUYMER, George Huffton builder Kilkenny 1894 Memorial 46/422

GUY-MILDRED, H undertaker Unley 1926 Application 27778

GWATKING, William yeoman Tusmore 1855 Memorial 77/335

GWATKING, William labourer Stirling East, died. He left his estate to his wife, Eleanor Gwatking, for life, then equally to his three surviving children, John Gwatking, Ann DODD nee Gwatking and Elizabeth COLES nee Gwatking, wife of Thomas Coles builder Pt Pirie 1881 Application 18563

GWATKING, William labourer Stirling East, died 6/3/1881. He left Lot 15 Stirling East to his three grandsons - Edward Coles, William Jabez Dodd, and John Henry Gwatking. All working tools to his son, John Gwatking. The rest of the testator's estate to his wife, Eleanor Gwatking, with the hope that she would leave what remained of his estate after her death to their three children - John Gwatking, Ann DODD and Elizabeth COLES. Estate worth £20. Grandson John Henry Gwatking, son of John Gwatking labourer Kadina, had already died on 18/11/1880, of croup, aged 4. By 1901, the family could be found in the following places - Edward Thomas Coles miner Kalgoorlie WA; William Jabez DODD fruiterer Pt Pirie, Elizabeth Coles wife of Thomas Petherbridge Coles contractor Pt Pirie; Ann Dodd wife of Caleb Dodd smelter Pt Pirie and John Gwatking Corporation foreman Kadina Application 24369

GWATKING, Eleanor widow of the late William Gwatking Stirling East, died 27/4/1881 Freeling, at her daughter Elizabeth Coles’ home, of pneumonia, aged 62. She had enjoyed a life interest in trust in her husband’s real estate, which their children now inherited absolutely in remainder expectant - John GWATKING labourer Kadina; Ann DODD wife of Caleb Dodd blacksmith Freeling; Elizabeth COLES wife of Thomas Coles builder Pt Pirie 1881 Application 18939

GWENNAP, Thomas ploughman Yararoo Hundred of Moorowie land grant 1875 Grant Book 19 Page 31 County Fergusson

No 1

GWILLIM, Thomas labourer Hindmarsh 1851 Memorial 253/66 Labourer formerly of Hindmarsh but now of the Murray River 1854 Memorial 254/66

GWILLIM, Thomas yeoman Gawler Plains 1854 Memorial 259/75

GWILLIM, Thomas farmer formerly of the Gawler Plains but now of Adelaide 1854 Memorial 255/76

No 1

GWYNNE, Andrew of Willaston 1876 Memorial 31/292

GWYNNE, Andrew farmer formerly of Willaston but now of Balaklava 1876 Memorial 32/292

GWYNNE, Andrew farmer Pinda near Beautiful Valley 1877 Memorial 146/304

GWYNNE, Andrew machinist Pinda Hundred of Balaklava land grant 1881 Grant Book 26 Page 114 County Gawler

GWYNNE, Arthur Andrew hairdresser Freeling and Grace Maud Gwynne his wife 1917 Application 26613

No 1 - the Elder

GWYNNE, Edward Castres gentleman Adelaide (Hindley St) 1840 Memorial 130/52

GWYNNE, Edward Castres Esquire Kensington 1843[-1844] Memorial 293/88

GWYNNE, Edward Castres Esquire Glynde Place near Adelaide 1860 Memorial 140/168

GWYNNE EC the Elder family of The Glynde in 1889 - Marian Gwynne widow The Glynde, Edward Castres Gwynne the Younger solicitor Adelaide, Edith Charlotte KNOX wife of Nathaniel Alexander Knox solicitor Adelaide, Rowland Gwynne civil servant Adelaide, Eleanor BETHELL wife of Federick Bethell brewer formerly of Adelaide but now of Brisbane Qld, Richard Gwynne merchant's clerk Adelaide, Charlotte Gwynne spinster The Glynde, Illtyd Gordon Gwynne articled clerk Adelaide, and Cordelia Augusta Gordon Gwynne spinster The Glynde 1890 Memorial 78/404

GWYNNE EC the Elder family of The Glynde in 1917 - Mary Edith Gordon HODGETTS wife of Henry Warburton Hodgetts the Younger formerly Secretary for the Adelaide Stock Exchange now sharebroker Adelaide, and Ethel Margaret HUGHES wife of Harold White Hughes pastoralist Woodville, daughters of the late Judge EC GWYNNE of Payneham 1917 Application 26556

GWYNNE, Marian widow of the late EC Gwynne Judge of the Supreme Court, died 20/12/1896 Glynde, of multiple sarcomata of the scalp, aged 69. During her widowhood, she was entitled to one third of the total income of her late husband's estate each year Application 25857

No 2 - the Younger

GWYNNE, Edward Castres the Younger clerk to Messrs KNOX & THRUPP solicitors Adelaide 1868 Memorial 97/231

GWYNNE, Edward Castres the Younger of 92 King William St, Adelaide 1872[-1876] Memorial 176/262

GWYNNE, Edward Castres the Younger solicitor Adelaide 1874 Memorial 238/275

GWYNNE, Edward Castres of Adelaide, attorney and agent for the Commercial Wharf Company of Pt Adelaide which owned pt Section A Pt Adelaide 1886. Fussell Place runs through this area Application 20997

GWYNNE, Edward Castres solicitor Glynde, died 19/8/1905, of 6/7 years cirrhosis hepatic and renal and 7 months' ascitis, aged 56 Application 25744

No 3 - perhaps the Third

GWYNNE, Edward Castres horticulturalist Glenelg 1916 Memorial 22/475

No 1

GWYNNE, Evan artisan Willaston and Mary Ann Gwynne his wife 1902 Application 24516

GWYNNE, Evan blacksmith Willaston 1912 Memorial 106/466

GWYNNE, Frank Robert wheelwright Gawler South 1927 Application 27607

GWYNNE, Herbert James hairdresser Gawler 1937 Memorial 163/510

GWYNNE, I[lltyd] Gordon articled clerk Adelaide 1887[-1889] Memorial 147/387

No 1

GWYNNE, Richard merchant's clerk Adelaide 1883[-1892] Memorial 249/350

GWYNNE, Richard of The Glynde 1894 Memorial 8/421

No 1

GWYNNE, Robert wheelwright Gawler 1853[-1855] Memorial 449/59

GWYNNE, Robert blacksmith Willaston near Gawler Hundred of Mudla Wirra land grant 1859 Grant Book 27 Page 267 County Gawler

GWYNNE, Robert formerly wheelwright but then farmer Three Pine Hill near Willaston, died 20/5/1868. Estate worth £100. His widow Frances Gwynne 52 Willaston (Father: Andrew DAVIS) remarried to William HOBART 67 widower labourer Willaston (Father: Dale Hobart) on 27/3/1870 Mrs Frances Gwynne's home Willaston Minister: HJ BURGESS. Witnesses: William Hobart labourer Freeling and Hannah Hobart of Willaston. In 1880, the two eldest Gwynne sons - Andrew Gwynne farmer and blacksmith Coonatto and Robert Gwynne farmer Black Rock. Another son was Evan Gwynne born 31/12/1858. Willaston. A fourth son, Thomas Gwynne, was a bit older than Evan Gwynne. Daughter Anne MELLOR wife of Caleb Mellor porter Tarlee inherited £10 from Robert Gwynne's estate Application 17923

No 1

GWYNNE, Rowland civil servant Adelaide, died 1/12/1898. Brother to Charlotte Gwynne spinster Marlborough St, East Adelaide. Unspecified links with Charlotte Louisa GRIFFITHS of the Tavistock Hotel, Rundle St, Adelaide 1901 Memorial 81/442

GWYNNE, Rowland civil servant Adelaide, died 1/12/1898. He left £200 to his sister, Charlotte Gwynne spinster Marlborough St, East Adelaide. The rest of his £1,450 estate to go to Charlotte Louisa GRIFFITHS of the Tavistock Hotel, Rundle St, Adelaide absolutely 1910 Application 25857

GWYNNE, Thomas railway packer Willochra Hundred of Boolcunda land grant 1901 Grant Book 49 Page 47 County Newcastle

No 1

GWYNNE, William gentleman Adelaide 1881 Memorial 91/331

GWYNNE, William civil service clerk Adelaide (King William St), died 22/5/1881 Cairne St, Hindmarsh, of typhoid fever, aged 26 Application 18789

GWYNNE & LAWRENCE solicitors Adelaide sold their practice to KNOX & THRUPP date unknown, but before 1874. Nathaniel Alexander KNOX one of the partners Application 13887

GYLES, Thomas carpenter Adelaide 1881 Application 18683.

No 1

GYMER, William labourer Norwood 1862 Application 3088.

GYMER, William gardener Norwood 1868 Application 9326.

GYNELL, Francis master mariner Alberton 1904 Application 24862.

GYON, Thomas butcher Salisbury 1852[-1854] Memorial 486/41