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The following information was extracted basically 'as is' from Reg's unpublished computer working files as at c2014.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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Ba* - Bec*

Bed* - Bow*

Box* - By*

Ca* - Cha*

Che* - Com*

Con* - Cu*

Da* - Dic*

Die* - Dy*

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Fa* - Fl*

Fo* - Fy*

Ga* - Gol*

Gom* - Gy*

Ha* - Han*

Har* - Hel*

Hem* - Hof*

Hog* - Hy*

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La* - Lev*

Lew* - 'Ly*

Ma* - Maz*

McA* - McW*

Me* - Mom*

Mon* - My*

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Pa* to Per*

Pes* to Py*

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Ra* - Roa*

Rob* - Rz*

Sa* - Sc*

Se*- Sl*

Sm* - Sq*

St* - Sy*

Ta* to Thr*

Thu* to Ty*

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Wa* - Wee*

Weg* - Will*

Wilm*- Wy*

X*, Y*,  Z*

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

Names Beginning ' Ha*' to 'Han*'

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

HAAG, Johann Christian locksmith Adelaide 1852[-1855] Memorial 135/39

HAAG, Johann Christian storekeeper Unley 1868 Memorial 75/231

HAAG, Johann Christian whitesmith Unley. His wife, Catherine Haag, died 25/4/1876. Amanda Caroline Haag spinster Unley likely to have been their daughter Memorials 72 -74/436

HAAG, Johann Christian the Elder of Unley 1863, died 26/6/1891. Husband of Catharine Magdalene Haag nee GROTH. Father of Johann Haag the Younger ironmonger Adelaide, Amanda Caroline Haag and Albert Hans Haag [Likely to be other children but not named] Memorials 226/435 & 118/436

HAAG, Johann Christian the Elder gentleman Unley, died 26/6/1891. Estate worth £5. He left estate to his wife, Catharina Magdalena Haag nee GROTH [who had already died 1876], and his children, Johann Christian Haag the Younger, Emma Johanna Haag, Amanda Caroline Haag and Albert Hans Haag. JC Haag the Younger of 17 Arthur St, Unley, Chairman of Directors of W & T RHODES Ltd, died 13/8/1921. He left his estate to his sister, Amanda Haag spinster, of the same address. Estate worth £7,050 Application 27722

HAAG, Johann Christian the Younger engineer Adelaide 1869 Memorial 42/241 Engineer Unley 1869 Memorial 43/241

HAAG, John C the Younger ironmonger's assistant Adelaide 1870 Memorial 126/247

HAAG, Johann Christian formerly the Younger ironmonger Adelaide 1895 Application 22965.

HAAG, Johann Christian formerly the Younger formerly merchant Adelaide but now engineer Unley 1919 Application 26805

HAAG, Johann Christian formerly the Younger engineer Unley 1919 Memorial 14/479

HAAG, Johann Christian of Arthur St, Unley Chairman of directors of W & T RHODES Ltd, died 13/8/1921. Father of Amanda Haag spinster Unley Memorial 84/484

No 1

HAAR, Johann Friedrich flour miller formerly of Adelaide 1851 Memorial 337/32

HAAR, Johann Friedrich miller Blumberg 1856[-1858] Memorial 351/100

HAAR, Johann Friedrich miller Blumberg, became insolvent in 1858 Memorial 55/143

No 2

HAAR, Johann Friedrich farmer The Bremer 1857 Memorial 119/121

HAASE, Friedrich Eduard farmer Dalkey Co Gawler. Hundred of Narridy land grant 1881 Grant Book 60 Page 260 County Victoria

No 1 - perhaps the same person

HAASE, Friedrich Wilhelm labourer Adelaide 1848[-1852] Memorial 65/12

HAASE, Wilhelm and Anton RIEGER took out a lease of the Grünthal Wool Factory on lot 4 Section 3816 Hundred of Onkaparinga, 'along with all tools, machinery and appurtenances belonging thereto … also a paddock for one horse … also two rooms for a residence … and with a piece of suitable ground not exceeding one half an acre for the purpose of drying', for £30 a year, from Alwine KRAMM of Grünthal 1877 Memorial 215/302

No 1

HAASE, Julius general dealer Adelaide 1850 Memorial 91/24

HAASE, Julius Adolph Alexander died c1851. He left his estate to his wife, Dorothea Haase nee HAAGENSEN of Colding, Denmark, widow of the late Mr ABELMANN of Hamburg. Executors - his wife, HL VOSZ carpenter Adelaide and H HEINEMANN watchmaker Adelaide Memorial 154/37

HAASE, Julius Adolph Alexander died c1851. He left his entire estate to his wife, Dorothea HAASE nee HAAGENSEN originally of Colding, Denmark, and formerly the widow of of the late C ABELMANN of Hamburg. Executors: his wife, HL VOSZ carpenter and H HEINEMANN watchmaker Adelaide. JAA Haase made his will at MCGOWAN's schoolhouse near Hahndorf on 12/4/1851. Witnesses: H SCHRÖDER and FW JANSEN Memorial 139/174

HAASE, Dorothea widow Adelaide 1852 Memorial 239/43

HABEL, Adolph Paul farmer Dutton near Truro and Wilhelm Emil Habel farmer near Truro. Linked with Henriette Habel widow Duttton relict of the late Johann Friedrich August Habel now deceased 1897 Memorial 51/433

No 1 - likely to be the same person

HABEL, August farmer Gawler Plains 1856 Memorial 384/96

HABEL, August farmer Lyndoch Valley 1861 Memorial 33/173

HABEL, August blacksmith Lyndoch Valley 1864 Application 5603

No 1

HABEL, Carl August blacksmith Lyndoch Valley 1855[-1858] Memorial 250/86

HABEL, Carl August blacksmith formerly of Lyndoch but now of the Indigo [Bendigo?] Diggings Vic 1859 Linked with Johanne Elisabeth Habel of Lyndoch. Wilhelm Habel mentioned but not described Memorial 41/160

HABEL, Johann Carl August farmer Dutton 1895 Memorial 83/426

HABEL, Johann Friedrich August farmer and carpenter Dutton 1895 Memorial 83/426

HABEL, Wilhelm linked with the village of Bunawunda [Greenock] 1858 Memorial 79/149

No 1

HABERMANN, Friedrich Wilhelm Esquire Klemzig 1845 Memorial 3/6

HABERMANN, Friedrich Wilhelm farmer Sources of the Gawler River 1848[-1849] Memorial 104/14

HABERMANN, Friedrich Wilhelm farmer Angas Park 1850 Memorial 304/25

HABERMANN, Friedrich Wilhelm farmer Bethanien 1854[-1855] Memorial 174/76

HABERMANN, Friedrich Wilhelm farmer Tanunda 1858[-1860] Memorial 315/145

HABIB, Assaf storekeeper formerly of Waikerie but now of Waymouth St, Adelaide 1925 Memorial 44/494

HABIB, Reginald draper Adelaide (Rundle St) 1926 Memorial 88/499

No 1

HABICH, Carl baker Adelaide (Freeman St) 1869[-1884] Memorial 63/239

HABICH, Carl Julius baker Adelaide (Freeman St) 1867 Memorial 29/225

HABICH, Carl baker Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of Finniss land grant 1869[-1879] Grant Book 58 Page 34 County Sturt

HABICH, Carl Julius gentleman North Adelaide Co Adelaide. Penneshaw (Hundred of Dudley) township allotment land grant 1882 Grant Book 11 Page 38 County Carnarvon

HABICH, Carl Julius gentleman North Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of Dalkey land grant 1882 Grant Book 26 Page 241 County Gawler

No 1 – Heinrich Christian Friedrich Wilhelm Habich

HABICH, Heinrich Christian Friedrich Wilhelm yeoman Hahndorf 1853 Memorial 70/90

HABICH, Heinrich Christian Friedrich Wilhelm farmer Hahndorf. Trustee [St Paul] Evangelical Lutheran Church Hahndorf 1859 Memorial 191/154

HABICH, Friedrich Wilhelm yeoman Hahndorf, died 1893. Husband of Luise Habich nee Schultz, who died 1899. August Habich blacksmith Lobethal, the executor of her estate. Parents of Carl Julius Habich monumental mason Tanunda, Friedrich Wilhelm Habich monumental mason Tanunda and Johann Heinrich August Habich blacksmith Lobethal 1901 Application 24198

HABNER, Martin wheelwright Bordertown. Hundred of Tatiara land grant 1881 Grant Book 7 Page 9 County Buckingham

HABNER, Matthes farmer Klemzig Co Adelaide. Hundred of Dublin land grant 1881 Grant Book 26 Page 348 County Gawler

HABNER, Wilhelm farmer Dublin. Hundred of Dublin land grant 1898 Grant Book 26 Page 353 County Gawler

HABY, Carl labourer Palmer. Hundred of Finniss land grant 1879 Grant Book 58 Page 36 County Sturt

No 1

HABY, Carl August farmer Flaxman Valley Co Light. Hundred of Melville land grant 1875 Grant Book 19 Page 74 County Fergusson

HABY, Carl August farmer Weaner Flat trustee unnamed cemetery Hundred of Melville land grant 1875 Grant Book 19 Page 69 County Fergusson

HABY, Ernst Heinrich farmer Reedy Creek Hundred of Dalrymple land grant 1878 Grant Book 19 Page 137 County Fergusson

No 1

HABY, Johann Carl purchased Section 5319 Hundred of Onkaparinga 1855 Memorial 448/94

HABY, Johann Carl farmer Onkaparinga 1860 Memorial 288/168 Farmer Mt Torrens 1860 Memorial 289/168

No 1 - perhaps the same person

HABY, Johann Christian of Ebenezer 1859 Memorial 173/150

HABY, Johann Christian farmer Blumberg Hundred of Dalrymple land grant 1876[-1881] Grant Book 19 Page 135 County Fergusson

HABY, Johann Christian farmer Weaner Flat 1876 Memorial 158/287

No 1

HABY, Johann Wilhelm farmer Mannum Hundred of Finniss land grant 1882 Grant Book 58 Page 39 County Sturt

HABY, Johann Wilhelm farmer Mannum Co Sturt. Hundred of Younghusband land grant 1891 Grant Book 54 Page 157 County Russell

HACART, FW architect Adelaide drew up lease plans of Federal Hall and shops situated upon pt Town Acre 333 Grote St, Adelaide, owned by the Corporation of the City of Adelaide 1906 Deposit 18/1906

No 1

HACK, Alfred agent Aldinga 1868 Memorial 246/234

HACK, Alfred auctioneer Aldinga 1881[-1883] Memorial 172/333

HACK, Bedford stockdealer Watson Park 1869 Memorial 24/251

HACK, BJ station master Lucindale 1878 Memorial 208/305

No 1

HACK, Charles linked with Section 272 Hundred of Pekina Co Dalhousie 1880[-1881] Memorial 141/326

HACK, Charles clerk Magill Co Adelaide. Hundred of Pekina land grant 1882 Grant Book 13 Page 166 County Dalhousie

HACK, Charles commission agent The Semaphore Co Adelaide. Hundred of Pekina land grant 1887 Grant Book 13 Page 170 County Dalhousie

No 1

HACK, Francis clerk Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of Caroline land grant 1870 Grant Book 31 Page 24 County Grey

HACK, Francis clerk Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hanson (later Farrell Flat Hundred of Hanson) township allotment land grant 1870 Grant Book 56 Page 298 County Stanley

HACK, Francis of Mt Templeton 1876 Memorial 76/318

HACK, Frank labourer Coromandel Valley 1902 Memorial 50/446

No 1

HACK, JB & Stephen settlers Mt Barker 1842 List of horses and mares, with names, they mortgaged to RF NEWLAND for £4,000 Memorial 234/2

HACK, JB builder North Adelaide 1850. Likely built the Brompton Wesleyan Methodist Chapel along with James HERBERT builder North Adelaide Enrolment 97/9

HACK, JB gentleman late of North Adelaide, but now of the Coorong 1858 Enrolment 49/40

HACK, John Barton gentlema formerly of North Adelaide but now of Parnka Run, the Coorong 1858 Memorial 255/147

No 1

HACK, Theodore clerk to A ATKINSON solicitor Adelaide 1852 Memorial 154/42

HACK, Theodore and Stella Ann ROBIN timber merchants Adelaide and Pt Adelaide trading under the style or firm of Robin & Hack, became bankrupts on 8/8/1884 Memorial 72/413

HACK, Theodore timber merchant Pt Adelaide 1885 Memorial 58/413 Formerly of Pt Adelaide but now MHA Grenfell St, Adelaide 1892 Memorial 173/413

No 1

HACK, Theodore Barton drover Pt Augusta 1895 Memorial 101/424

HACK, Theodore Barton engine driver Unley 1904 Application 24764

No 1

HACK, William miner Victoria township near Kapunda 1852 Memorial 425/39

HACK, William miner [formerly of Victoria township but now of] Strathalbyn 1854 Memorial 72/71

HACK, William farmer The Finniss 1855 Memorial 68/84

No 2

HACK, William miller Le Fevre Peninsula 1862 Memorial 225/186

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

HACK, William labourer Portland Estate 1867 Application 8562

HACK, William labourer Jane St, Pt Adelaide 1878 Application 16889

No 3

HACK, William farmer Tryon and Emma Hack his wife Tryon (later Stewarts Hundred of Spence) township land grant 1887 Grant Book 51 Page 119 County Robe

HACK, Emma married woman Stewart Range Tryon (later Stewarts Hundred of Spence) township land grant 1887 Grant Book 51 Page 119 County Robe

HACK, Emma widow Stewart Range Tryon (later Stewarts Hundred of Spence) township land grant 1887 Grant Book 51 Page 119 County Robe

HACK, Wilton of Collingrove William River NSW and Maria Hack his wife formerly Maria STONEHOUSE 1881 Memorial 42/338

No 1

HACKET, Charles of Pt Augusta Hundred of Davenport land grant 1859 Grant Book 24 Page 668 County Frome

HACKET, Nancy widow 62 South Hill Park, Hampstead, Middlesex, power of attorney to Charles Atkins HORNABROOK agent Adelaide, to collect the mortgage money due from Charles Henry MATTERS and James Potts ROBERTS on land in Pt Augusta 11/3/1885. Her husband, Charles HACKET, formerly shipping agent Pt Augusta, but later of Hampstead, Middlesex, who died 20/9/1883, had held the mortgage on the land Deposit 54/1885

No 1

HACKET, James innkeeper Macclesfield 1849[-1853] Memorial 55/16 He owned his hotel, Macclesfield Inn Memorial 169/54

HACKET, James storekeeper Macclesfield 1854[-1855] Memorial 4/77

HACKET, James brewer Rapid Bay 1857 Memorial 124/126

HACKET, James licensed victualler Rapid Bay 1858 Memorial 324/141

HACKET, James publican Normanville Hotel Normanville. He sold his lease to George BRYANT publican Windsor Castle Hotel, Franklin St, Adelaide for £260 1861 Memorial 306/177

HACKET, James licensed victualler formerly of Macclesfield but now of Clutha Ferry, Otago, New Zealand and Jane Hacket of Macclesfield his wife 1863 Memorial 158/191

HACKET, James licensed victualler formerly of Macclesfield, but now of Cluther Ferry, Otago, New Zealand, power of attorney to his wife, Jane HACKET [nee MYREN], of Macclesfield, to manage his SA business affairs 25/9/1863 Deposit 144/1863

HACKETT, Arnold Reginald carpenter Adelaide (60 South Tce) 1916 Application 26514

No 1

HACKETT, Charles gentleman Pt Augusta 1856 Memorial 215/134

HACKETT, Charles storekeeper Pt Augusta 1861[-1871] Memorial 221/174

HACKETT, Charles formerly storekeeper Pt Augusta 1861 but now of parts beyond the seas 1874 Application 13471

No 1

HACKETT, Elisha and William corn merchants Adelaide 1856[-1861] Memorial 208/102

HACKETT, Elisha gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now of parts beyond the sea 1871 Application 11346

HACKETT, Elisha seedsman formerly of Adelaide but now of Bardell Yapton, Sussex, England 1871 Memorial 195/253

HACKETT, Elisha gentleman The Woodleigh Warningcamp Sussex, England, died c1888. Husband of Martha Hackett Memorial 64/391

HACKETT, Martha widow Warningcamp, Sussex, England relict of the late Elisha Hackett now deceased linked with George Hackett gentleman Portswood, Southampton, Hants, England 1898 Memorial 91/438

No 1 - perhaps the same person

HACKETT, George gentleman Unley 1860 Memorial 44/117

HACKETT, George gentleman formerly of Unley but now of near Beaumont 1860 Memorial 254/169

HACKETT, George of Parkside 1866 Memorial 257/208

HACKETT, George gentleman Parkside 1858 Memorial 191/143

HACKETT, George retired seed merchant St John's St, Chichester, Sussex, England, died 19/5/1895, of 2 days' cerebral haemorrhage, aged 77 Memorial 168/442

HACKETT, George Sussex agriculturalist Brighton Rd, Brighton 1927 Application 27569

HACKETT, James Joseph Roman Catholic clergyman Helensville, Province Auckland, New Zealand, power of attorney to William McNAMEE of SA, his co-executor in the will of William KELLY labourer Adelaide in 1880, to wind up the estate 29/7/1886 Deposit 161/1886

No 1

HACKETT, James Thompson law clerk to Messers BRAY and SHERIDAN solicitors Adelaide 1883 Application 19648

HACKETT, JT solicitor Adelaide 1892 Memorial 236/412

HACKETT, James Thompson solicitor Adelaide 1898 Application 23668

HACKETT, James Thompson solicitor Adelaide 1902[-1913] Memorial 200/445

HACKETT, James Thompson and HUNT, Henry William solicitors Adelaide 1914 Application 26323

HACKETT, Leslie Francis bank manager Adelaide 1941 Application 28275

HACKETT, Martin policeman Adelaide 1856 Memorial 150/104

No 1

HACKETT, Michael labourer Caltowie Co Victoria. Hundred of Pekina land grant 1882 Grant Book 13 Page 166 County Dalhousie

HACKETT, Michael farmer Pekina. Hundred of Pekina land grant 1885 Grant Book 13 Page 170 County Dalhousie

No 1 – perhaps the same person

HACKETT, Patrick teamster Georgetown. Hundred of Caltowie land grant 1879 Grant Book 60 Page 189 County Victoria

HACKETT, Patrick farmer Pekina Co Dalhousie. Hundred of Booleroo land grant 1883 Grant Book 24 Page 628 County Frome

HACKETT, Thomas farmer Pekina 1885 Memorial 136/368

No 1

HACKETT, Walter seedsman now of Midlavant, Sussex, England, about to proceed to live in Adelaide 1867 Memorial 87/224

HACKETT, Walter seedsman formerly of Adelaide but then of Brighton, died 13/2/1914 at Brighton. Husband of Emmeline Hackett. Father of Walter Champion Hackett seed merchant Adelaide and George Sussex Hackett agriculturalist Brighton. Also Elisha James Hackett and Samuel Mills Hackett no description. Walter Hackett owned a farm near Echunga (Sections 3847, 3848, 3850 and 3859 Three Brothers Special Survey). Uncle to Richard Merchant Hackett gardener Forest Range. Annuity to Ann GLENN of Marryatville Memorial 177/471

HACKLIN, Stephen farmer Fifth Creek near Payneham 1876 Application 15469

No 1

sHACKNEY, John linked with Section 363 Hundred of Dublin Co Gawler 1880 Memorial 84/328

HACKNEY, John of Mallala Hundred of Dublin land grant 1882 Grant Book 26 Page 350 County Gawler

HACKNEY, John William farmer Salt Lagoon Kangaroo Island. Hundred of Dudley land grant 1910 Grant Book 11 Page 17 County Carnarvon

No 1

HACKNEY, William farmer Hundred of Grace 1857 Memorial 107/134

HACKNEY, William farmer Grace Plains 1865 Application 6375.

HADBY, John farmer East Payneham 1855 Memorial 11/94

HADDAD, George shop assistant Pt Lincoln 1927 Memorial 25/498

HADDING, Charles chemist Pt Adelaide 1893 Memorial 157/419

HADDON, Walter solicitor Hawick 1887 Memorial 181/385

HADDRICK, Edward James cabinetmaker Kapunda 1872 Memorial 47/262

HADDRICK, James farmer Morphett Vale 1849 Memorial 292/16

No 1

HADDRICK, Thomas Gregory cabinetmaker Morphett Vale 1856 Memorial 70/96

HADDRICK, Thomas Gregory publican Thebarton 1885 Memorial 23/367

No 1

HADDRICK, Thomas James farmer Morphett Vale 1849[-1852] Memorial 292/16

HADDRICK, Thomas James cabinetmaker Morphett Vale 1849[-1855] Memorial 83/19

HADDRICK, Thomas James carpenter Section 610 Survey B 1855 Memorial 490/86

HADDRICK, Thomas James cabinetmaker formerly of Morphett Vale 1855 but now of Adelaide 1864 Application 5756

HADDRICK, Thomas James cabinetmaker Adelaide (Rundle St) 1866 Application 29308

HADDRICK, Thomas James cabinetmaker formerly of Morphett Vale then later Adelaide (Rundle St) in the employ of Mr BOTTING, brother to HJ Botting auctioneer Adelaide year not stated. Father of Edward James Haddrick. Thomas James cabinetmaker Morphett St, Adelaide, died 30/6/1875, of senile dementia, aged 83. Thomas Gregory Haddrick cabinetmaker Hindley St, Adelaide, a relative 1875 Application 20365

HADDRICK, Thomas James [now deceased] father of Mrs George PETTER nee Caroline Eliza Haddrick and grandfather of Mary Elizabeth James wife of William JAMES builder Adelaide 1884 Application 20070

HADDRICK, William Victor clerk Adelaide 1880 Memorial 83/325

HADDY, Charles auctioneer and undertaker Pt Adelaide 1909 Application 25590

HADDY, Charles Myrvin engineer Pt Adelaide 1897 Memorial 245/432

HADDY, Edith R undertaker's assistant Pt Adelaide 1918 Application 27548

No 1

HADDY, George Edward cabinetmaker Pt Adelaide 1878 Memorial 22/312

HADDY, George Edward undertaker Pt Adelaide 1879. Father of (daughter) ME Haddy 1891 Application 23605

HADDY, George Edward cabinetmaker Pt Adelaide Dawson (Hundred of Coglin) township allotment land grant 1881 Grant Book 34 Page 4 County Herbert

No 1 - likely to be the same person

HADDY, FH undertaker's assistant Pt Adelaide 1902 Application 24475

HADDY, FHB assistant undertaker Pt Adelaide 1907 Application 25700

No 1

HADDY, James Charles cabinetmaker Pt Adelaide 1875[-1880] Application 14626

HADDY, JC undertaker St Vincent St, Pt Adelaide 1893 Application 22960

HADDY, JC undertaker Flinders St, Kilkenny 1905 Application 27560

HADDY, James Charles undertaker Pt Adelaide 1908[-1909] Memorial 250/458 Application 25703

HADDY, James Du Port shoemaker Pt Adelaide 1855 Memorial 196/84

No 1

HADDY, Joseph shoemaker Pt Adelaide 1850[-1855] Memorial 58/28 Member of the Equitable Building Company 1854 Memorial 34/74

HADDY, Joseph bootmaker Pt Adelaide, died 1866. He left estate to his daughter, Zelia NICHOLSON widow Pt Adelaide, his daughter, Clara HOPKINS wife of George Hopkins storeman Pt Adelaide and his grandchildren, William Henry Hopkins, Zelia Hopkins, Emily Hopkins, Alfred Hopkins, George Hopkins, William Hopkins and Alice HADDY Memorial 27/217

No 1

HADDY, Robert Stephen cabinetmaker Kadina trustee Institute Kadina 1874 Grant Book 14 Page 24 County Daly

HADDY, RS cabinetmaker Kadina 1888 Memorial 163/393

HADDY, RS undertaker Kadina 1889 Application 21709

HADDY, Stephen cabinetmaker Pt Adelaide 1853[-1857] Memorial 402/56

No 1

HADDY, William Henry bootmaker Pt Adelaide 1864 Application 5868

HADDY, William Henry shoemaker Mintaro purchased the lease of Devonshire Hotel at Mintaro for £130 from Frances Newbold CARTER nee SMYTH. In turn, wh haddy sold the lease to Robert

TAYLOR licensed victualler Mintaro for £140 1875 Memorials 102 & 103/290

HADDY, William Henry cabinetmaker Beverley 1884 Application 20309

HADEN, William Esquire Wadsley, near Sheffield, Yorks, England, and Thomas Greaves WATERHOUSE Esquire Willenhall, Barnet, Herts, England, power of attorney to the Hon Alexander HAY Esquire Linden near Adelaide, to sell certain lands in SA and also Palmerston and Southport, New Zealand 9/9/1881 Deposit 29/1882

HADFIELD, JH shepherd Gilbert River 1853 Memorial 260/59

HAEBICH, Johann Carl Gottlieb blacksmith Yatina. Yatina (Hundred of Black Rock Plain) township allotment land grant 1874 Grant Book 13 Page 2 County Dalhousie

No 1 – the Elder

HAEBICH, Johann George blacksmith Hahndorf 1855 Memorial 71/90

HAEBICH, Johann George blacksmith Hahndorf. Trustee [St Paul] Evangelical Lutheran Church Hahndorf 1859 Memorial 191/154

HAEBICH, Johann George blacksmith Hahndorf. Member management committee St Michael Lutheran School Hahndorf 1867 Application 8502

HAEBICH, Johann George blacksmith Hahndorf, died 1872. Family as of 1886 – Heinrich August Haebich blacksmith Hahndorf, Johann Carl Gottlieb Haebich blacksmith Yatina, Johann George Haebich blacksmith Yorketown, Ernestine Wilhelmine WENZEL wife of Wilhelm Wenzel labourer Kensington, Johanne Charlotte Luenert wife of Robert Luenert labourer Hahndorf, Maria Luise KRAMM wife of Friedrich Wilhelm Arnold Kramm mason Hahndorf. Deceased – Johanne Caroline Kramm first wife of Arnold Kramm

Application 21023

No 2 – the Younger

HAEBICH, Johann George blacksmith Callington on the Bremer 1864[-1865] Memorial 75/196

HAEBICH, Johann George blacksmith Callington Co Sturt. Yatina (Hundred of Black Rock Plain) township allotment land grant 1874 Grant Book 13 Page 3 County Dalhousie

HAEBICH, Johann George blacksmith Callington Co Sturt. Hundred of Dalrymple land grant 1881 Grant Book 19 Page 145 County Fergusson

HAEBICH, Johann George farmer Bublacowie. Hundred of Dalrymple land grant 1889 Grant Book 19 Page 148 County Fergusson

FIND – CHECK SPELLING

HAEMMERLING, Johann Wilhelm farmer Baldina. Hundred of Baldina land grant 1888 Grant Book 9 Page 12 County Burra

No 1

HAENDEL/HANDEL/HÄNDEL, Johann Christlieb blacksmith Blumberg 1857[-1860] Memorial 135/128, Application 1223

HAENDEL/HANDEL/HÄNDEL, Johann Christlieb blacksmith Blumberg 1860 Application 1220

HAEHNEL, Carl saddler Lyndoch Valley 1869 Memorial 232/236

HAENDL, Carl SJ Sevenhill near Clare 1883 Memorial 42/349

HAENEL, Johann Heinrich Ludwig miner Lobethal 1852[-1854] Memorial 41/46

HAENKE/HÄNKE/HANKE, Johann Friedrich Ernst farmer Grünberg 1867 Memorial 135/226

HAENSCH, Gustav linked with Section 106 Hundred of Pinda Co Frome 1888 Memorial 36/390

HAENSEL, Johann Gottlieb carpenter near Mt Torrens 1854[-1859] Memorial 293/89

HAENSEL, Johann Gottfried carpenter near Mt Torrens 1845 Memorial 35/5

HAENSEL, Johann Karl Erdmann farmer Gnadenfrei Memorial 47/43

No 1 - likely to be the same person

HAESE, Ferdinand Friedrich shoemaker Rowlands Flat near Tanunda 1851[-1854] Memorial 213/36

HAESE, Ferdinand farmer Rowlands Flat near Tanunda 1859 Memorial 120/157

HAESE, Robert farmer Rowlands Flat 1885[-1888] Memorial 100/370

HAEUSLER, August farmer Mt Torrens 1856 Memorial 309/97

HAEUSLER, August Carl farmer Hoffnungsthal 1875 Memorial 244/284

HAEUSLER, Carl Bernhard farmer Lameroo. Hundred of Bews land grant 1936 Grant Book 12 Page 16 County Chandos

HAEUSLER, Carl Friedrich farmer Light Pass 1861 Memorial 156/171

No 1

HAEUSLER/HAUSLER/HÄUSLER, Ernst Daniel farmer Robertstown 1890 Memorial 228/406

HAEUSLER/HAUSLER/HÄUSLER, Ernst Daniel farmer Geranium Plain trustee unnamed Lutheran Church and cemetery 1900 Grant Book 18 Page 92 County Eyre

HAEUSLER/HAUSLER, Ernst Paul Emanuel grazier Lyndoch 1955 Memorial 50/530

No 1

HAEUSLER, Ferdinand farmer Mt Rufus 1860 Memorial 51/163

HAEUSLER/HAUSLER/HÄUSLER, Ferdinand woodcutter near Mannum Hundred of Mobilong land grant 1876[-1884] Grant Book 58 Page 368 County Sturt

HAEUSLER/HAUSLER/HÄUSLER, Ferdinand farmer near Murray Bridge Hundred of Mobilong land grant 1882 Grant Book 58 Page 368 County Sturt

HAEUSLER/HAUSLER/HÄUSLER, Friedrich farmer Caltowie. Hundred of Caltowie land grant 1899 Grant Book 60 Page 195 County Victoria

HAEUSLER, Friedrich Wilhelm linked with Section 154 Hundred of Kanyaka Co Newcastle 1887 Memorial 201/385

No 1 – perhaps the same person

HAEUSLER, Gottfried farmer Barossa East. Hundred of Talunga land grant 1856 Grant Book 1 Page 255 County Adelaide

HAEUSLER, Gottfried of Australia Plains 1890 Memorial 135/403

HAEUSLER/HAUSLER/HÄUSLER, Heinrich farmer Tungkillo Hundred of Ridley land grant 1884 Grant Book 58 Page 154 County Sturt

No 1

HAEUSLER/HAUSLER/HÄUSLER, Johann August farmer Watervale Co Stanley. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 122 County Victoria

HAEUSLER/HAUSLER/HÄUSLER, Johann August farmer near Jamestown. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1877 Grant Book 60 Page 127 County Victoria

HAEUSLER/HAUSLER/HÄUSLER,s Johann August farmer Watervale Co Stanley. Hundred of Caltowie land grant 1883 Grant Book 60 Page 195 County Victoria

No 1

HAEUSLER, Johann Carl farmer Truro 1884 Memorial 188/360

HAEUSLER, Johann Carl farmer formerly of Truro but now of near Sedan 1891 Memorial 146/407

No 1

HAEUSLER, Johann Carl Friedrich farmer Light Pass 1852 Memorial 479/41

HAEUSLER, Johann Carl Friedrich farmer Angaston 1852 Memorial 6/45

No 1 – perhaps the same person

HAEUSLER/HAUSLER/HÄUSLER, Gottlieb farmer Palmer Hundred of Ridley land grant 1882 Grant Book 58 Page 153 County Sturt

HAEUSLER/HAUSLER/HÄUSLER, Johann Gottlieb farmer Younghusband Hundred of Younghusband land grant 1900 Grant Book 54 Page 157 County Russell

HAEUSLER, Johann Gottlob farmer Hundred of Belvidere Co Light 1856 Memorial 144/95

HAEUSLER, Johann Heinrich farmer Nairne changed his name to Henry John Haeusler 1940 Memorial 85/514

HAEUSLER, Johann Wilhelm farmer Lameroo. Hundred of Bews land grant 1936 Grant Book 12 Page 17 County Chandos

HAEUSLER/HAUSLER/HÄUSLER, Samuel farmer Mt Pleasant Hundred of Finniss land grant 1880 Grant Book 58 Page 37 County Sturt

No 1

HAEUSLER, Wilhelm farmer Lobethal Co Adelaide 1854 Hundred of Tungkillo Co Sturt land purchase Memorial 280/75

HAEUSLER, Wilhelm farmer formerly of Lobethal but now of Tungkillo 1858 Memorial 67/148

HAEUSLER, Wilhelm farmer Lobethal 1864 Memorial 157/196

HAEUSLER, Wilhelm farmer formerly of Lobethal and Tungkillo but now of Wodonga Vic 1875 Application 14766

No 2

HAEUSLER, Wilhelm labourer Jamestown Co Victoria. Hundred of Mannanarie land grant 1878 Grant Book 13 Page 74 County Dalhousie

No 1

HAEVEKER/HAVEKER/HÄVEKER, Diedrich gentleman Adelaide 1856[-1861] Memorial 335/111

HAEVEKER/HAVEKER/HÄVEKER, Diedrich gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now of Blumberg 1862 Memorial 247/185

HAEVEKER/HAVEKER/HÄVEKER, Diedrich publican Blumberg 1872 Memorial 66/262

HAEVEKER/HAVEKER/HÄVEKER, Diedrich gentleman Blumberg 1902 Memorial 74/446

HAGAN, James shepherd Worlds End. Lapford (Hundred of Bright) township allotment land grant 1885 Grant Book 9 Page 39 County Burra

HAGAN, John farmer Morphett Vale 1854 Memorial 119/178

HAGAN, Thady/Theady wheelwright Kapunda 1860 Application 1466

No 1

HAGARTY, John yeoman Gawler 1852 Memorial 71/43

HAGERTY, John cordwainer Gawler 1857 Memorial 178/119

HAGARTY, John cordwainer Gawler 1859 Memorial 71/43

HAGARTY, Joseph farmer Walloway. Hundred of Walloway land grant 1882 Grant Book 13 Page 223 County Dalhousie

HAGE, Andreas Friedrich farmer near Orroroo linked with Heinrich Christian Hage farmer near Waterloo 1885 Memorial 99/366

No 1

HAGE, Christian farmer Angas Park 1853[-1854] Memorial 4/59

HAGE, Heinrich Christian farmer Tanunda 1855 Memorial 479/87

HAGE, Heinrich Christian farmer Siegersdorf 1859 Memorial 124/159

HAGE, Christian farmer Angas Park 1867 Application 8340

HAGE, EA bank officer Willunga 1956 Memorial 193/530

No 1

HAGE, Christian farmer Greenock 1860 Memorial 11/169

HAGE, Johann Christian farmer Greenock Creek 1867 Memorial 65/222

HAGE, Johann Christian farmer Victorville 1867 Application 8312

HAGE, Johann Christian manufacturer Greenock 1886 Application 20973

HAGE, Heinrich Christian farmer Greenock 1886 Application 20973

HAGE, Johann Heinrich Wilhelm gardener Siegersdorf near Nuriootpa 1907 Memorial 17/458

HAGE, Johann Wilhelm labourer Greenock 1952, declared that he had been born on 19/2/1898 and had lived in Greenock all his life Application 28790

No 1

HAGEDORN, Friedrich yeoman Adelaide 1853 Memorial 176/58

HAGEDORN, Friedrich painter Adelaide 1866 Memorial 92/213

HAGEDORN, Friedrich painter and glazier Adelaide (Hindley St) 1877 Memorial 222/304

HAGEDORN, F JP painter Adelaide (Hindley St) 1887 Memorial 114/386

HAGEDORN, Friedrich oil and colour merchant Adelaide (Hindley St) 1894 Memorial 153/425

HAGEL, Harry Evans farmer Pinnaroo. Hundred of Pinnaroo land grant 1924 Grant Book 12 Page 52 County Chandos

No 1

HAGEL, John cabinetmaker Adelaide 1854 Memorial 3/78

HAGEL, John licensed victualler Adelaide (Europe Hotel Grenfell St) became a bankrupt in 1856 Memorial 244/97

HAGELTHORN, Frederick stock and station agent Horsham Vic 1901 Memorial 61/442

HAGEN, Edward merchant 2 Cross Lane, St Mary at Hill, London, power of attorney to Jacob HAGEN Esquire Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 8/4/1850 Deposit 99/OA

HAGEN, Ellen widow Milang 1886 Memorial 115/380

No 1

HAGEN, Jacob & Sons London 1842. Jacob HAGEN the Younger now in Adelaide 1842. Enrolment/ FIND

HAGEN, Jacob bought the Echunga Estate (Sections 3856 and 3873 Hundred of Kuipto) in 1849 and kept until his death in 1870. From 1864, Richard Chaffey BAKER became attorney and agent for the Hagens to collect the rents and transmit them to the family who had returned to England. In 1870, he visited England and spoke at length with Thomas GREENWOOD, Jacob Hagen’s brother-in-law, over the affairs of the estate. Thomas Greenwood’s son, Herbert Greenwood, was a trustee for the will of Mrs Jacob Hagen nee Mary Baker. By 1891, the Thomas Greenwoods and their children were all dead without issue 1891 Application 21987

HAGEN, Jacob gentleman Echunga 1852 Memorial 6/49

HAGEN, Jacob Esquire of Echunga but now temporalily residing at Tunbridge Wells, Kent, England 1855[-1857] Memorial 64/95

HAGEN, Jacob Esquire formerly of Echunga but now of Winkfield, Berks, England 1856 Memorial 147/195

HAGEN, Jacob (formerly Jacob Hagen the Younger) formerly merchant Adelaide but now Esquire Winkfield, Berks, England 1858 Memorial 310/132

HAGEN, Jacob Esquire formerly of Winkfield, Berks, England but now of Ropley House, Ropley near Alresford, Hants, England 1859[-1869] Memorial 44/159

HAGEN, Jacob, his wife Mary Hagen and their daughter, Marianne Hagen, documents to do with rental sections of land in the Three Brothers Special Survey near Echunga 1891 Application 22124

HAGEN, Mary widow of Jacob Hagen gentleman, died 8/1/1873 Ropley, Hants, England, of apoplexy (4 hours), aged 55. The income from her estates at Ropley and elsewhere in England to be used to maintain the estates and provide for her daughter, Marianna Sophia Hagen, during her minority, then to maintain her when she reaches 21. After her death, the property to go to her children in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant absolutely. If there be no children, then the brothers and sisters of Mary Hagen's husband Jacob Hagen, to inherit in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant - Edward Hagen, Henry Hagen, Marianna Greenwood, Sophia Hagen - or to their children under the same conditions if the parents have died. The trustees, Jacob Hagen’s cousin, James CHRISTIE the Younger Esquire of Boynton Hall, near Chelmsford, Essex, England, and Jacob Hagen’s brother-in-law, Herbert GREENWOOD Esquire Sandfield Lodge, Hampstead Heath, Middlesex, England, had the power to sell any SA lands, with the consent of Mary Hagen's daughter in writing during her lifetime, and altogether after her death to wind up the trust estate. Estate worth £7,000. A John Baker solicitor Ilminster, Somerset, England, drew up the will Deposits 63/1870, 215, 217/1873

HAGEN, Joachim Friedrich hawker Crystal Brook. Hundred of Crystal Brook land grant 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 220 County Victoria

HAGEN, Phoebe widow Echunga 1853, linked with Jaocob HAGEN Esquire Echunga Memorial 40/52

No 1
HAGENEY, Thomas labourer Charleston 1864 Application 5428

HAGENEY, Thomas labourer Charleston 1868 Application 9459

HAGENEY, Thomas labourer Smithfield, died 11/4/1917. His widow, Mary Hageney, died 26/3/1928 Memorial 157/499

HAGGARD, H Debonaire ADC to Samuel James WAY Lieutenant-Governor of SA 1879 Memorial 76/315

HAGGART, Jessie widow North Adelaide 1923 Memorial 60/487

No 1
HAGGART, Peter Donaldson of Adelaide secretary to the Adelaide Steamship Company 1905[-1915] Memorial 228/453

HAGGART, Peter Donaldson Secretary to the Adelaide Steamsip Co Ltd Steamship Building Currie St, Adelaide 1916 Application 26544

HAGGART, Peter Donaldson company manager North Adelaide (Mills Tce), died 30/7/1922. Husband of Jessie Haggart, who died 26/10/1947. Robert Ian Donaldson Haggart radio engineer West Horsley, Surrey, England, apparenly a member of this family 1949 Memorials 107, 110 & 132/523

HAGGART, Peter Donaldson of Mills Tce, North Adelaide, secretary to the Adelaide Steamship Co Adelaide 1905. He died 30/7/1922. Husband of Jessie Haggart, who died 26/10/1947. Parents of Robert Ian Donaldson Haggart, Kate Donaldson Haggart, and Jessie Crawford Airlie Haggart. In 1949, Robert Ian Donaldson Haggart was a radio engineer living at Ranmore Cottage, Shere Road, West Horsley, Surrey, England RPA Search 317

HAGGARTY, Mr of Hindmarsh had 3 daughters - one was the late Mrs GIFFEN of Port Road, Hindmarsh, another had left the colony and the third was dead. The family lived in Hindmarsh during the 1860s at least. Mrs LJ LANGMAN of Holden St, Hindmarsh, gave this information in 1910 Application 25860

HAGGARTY, Thomas yeoman Pt Augusta 1864 Memorial 60/199

HAGGATON, William farmer Encounter Bay 1860 Memorial 79/167

HAGGER, Alfred Samuel mason Hammond Hammond township allotment land grant 1885 Grant Book 24 Page 736 County Frome

HAGGER, George bricklayer Adelaide 1858 Memorial 247/131

HAGGER, James bricklayer Adelaide (West Tce) 1851[-1853] Memorial 128/37

No 1

HAGGER, John yeoman Adelaide 1844 Memorial 469/3

HAGGER, John yeoman Darley on the Torrens 1849[-1850] Memorial 290/15

No 1

HAGGER, John Martin farmer Torrens River near Adelaide 1849 Memorial 286/15

HAGGER, John Martin gardener Darley on the Torrens now absent from the province 1852 Memorial 13/40

HAGGER, John Martin gentleman Darley on the Torrens 1859[-1862] Memorial 164/156

No 1

HAGGER, William Henry retired builder Unley Road, Malvern 1913 Memorial 56/470

HAGGER, William Henry builder and contractor Malvern 1916 Memorial 196/474

No 1

HAGGETT, Albert Victor labourer North Adelaide 1921 Memorial 20/484

HAGGETT, Albert Victor labourer formerly of North Adelaide but now of East Auburn 1926 Memorial 187/494

No 1 – perhaps the Elder

HAGGETT, Samuel labourer Scrubby Swamp 1860 Memorial 277/168

HAGGETT, Samuel labourer Kincraig 1877 Memorial 33/303

No 1 – the Younger

HAGGETT, Samuel the Younger farmer Naracoorte Hundred of Naracoorte land grant 1875 Grant Book 50 Page 105 County Robe

HAGGETT, Samuel the Younger farmer Lucindale Hundred of Joyce land grant 1880 Grant Book 51 Page 3 County Robe

HAGLEY, Thomas poundkeeper Hanson Hanson (later Farrell Flat Hundred of Hanson) township allotment land grant 1873 Grant Book 56 Page 292 County Stanley

HAGLEY, Walter Hansoln labourer Robertstown 1897 Grant Book 17 Page 175 County Eyre

HAGUE, Archibald Carlyle builder 151 Anzac Highway, Grasmere, died 18/10/1948 North Adelaide Memorial 169/524

No 1 - perhaps the same person

HAGUE, Edward of Violet Vale near Angaston 1858 Memorial 114/144

HAGUE, Edward storekeeper Angaston 1867 Application 8407

HAGUE, Edward storekeeper Truro 1894 Memorial 42/421

No 1

HAGUE James storekeeper Nuriootpa 1865 Memorial 250/243

HAGUE, James and Edward storekeepers Angaston 1888 Application 21473

HAGUE, James and William storekeepers Angaston. Angaston Institute trustees 1908 Application 25448

HAGUE, James storekeeper Angaston 1908, declared that he had lived in Angaston continuously for 45 years Application 25412

HAGUE, John Taylor orchardist near Clare 1910 Application 25894

No 1

HAGUE, Joseph mason Mitcham 1854[-1856] Memorial 81/66 Hundred of Alexandrina land purchase 1856 Memorial 135/106

HAGUE, Joseph farmer Mitcham 1858 Memorial 255/143

HAGUE, Joseph formerly farmer 1858 but now mason Mitcham 1860 Application 1609

HAGUE, Joseph mason Unley Park 1874 Application 13761

No 1

HAGUE, Lloyd out of business Commercial Road, Hyde Park 1931 Memorial 199/504

HAGUE, Lloyd out of business Commercial Road, Hyde Park and Annie Hague his wife 1934 Memorial 50/508

HAGUE, Annie widow Commercial Road, Hyde Park, died c1946. Mother of Archibald Carlyle Hague dairyman Anzac Highway, Grassmere, Ruby Myrtle Hinchcliff GREENHALGH, Isabel Charlotte Hemingway MORRIS and Nellie Marguerita Hague Memorial 12/521

No 1

HAGUE, J & P law clerks Adelaide 1897 Memorial 94/431

HAGUE, P law clerk Adelaide 1897[-1898] Memorial 65/433

HAGUE, Percy managing clerk in the office of Messrs GLYNN & PARSONS solicitors Adelaide 1898 Application 23720

HAGUE, P solicitor Pt Pirie 1915 Memorial 134/473

HAGUE, P notary public Adelaide 1921 Memorial 51/483

No 1

HAGUE, Thomas carpenter Penrice 1861 Memorial 73/171

HAGUE, Thomas builder Angaston 1867 Application 8407

HAGUE, Thomas carpenter Angaston 1868[-1872] Memorial 242/236

HAGUE, Thomas builder Moonta Pt Germein township allotment land grant 1879 Grant Book 24 Page 681 County Frome

HAGUE, Thomas builder Moonta Hundred of Pichi Richi land grant 1879 Grant Book 49 Page 20 County Newcastle

HAGUE, William storekeeper Angaston 1902[-1909] Memorial 101/445

No 1

HAHESY, William farmer Tarlee 1906 Memorial 233/454

HAHESY, William farmer Tarlee 1906 Application 25119

No 1

HAHIR, James farmer Hundred of Belvidere linked with Mary Quinlan Hahir widow formerly of Adelaide but now of the Hundred of Belvidere 1860 Memorial 190/170

HAHIR, Mary Quilnan widow Adelaide 1854[-1855] Memorial 324/68

HAHN, Andreas farmer Freeling Hundred of Light land grant 1864 Grant Book 44 Page 205 County Light

No 1

HAHN, Carl August labourer Pt Lincoln 1850 Memorial 247/27

HAHN, Carl August [formerly labourer Pt Lincoln but now] farmer The Tiers 1857 Memorial 186/129

No 1

HAHN, Christian farmer Section 816 District B 1847 Memorial 194/10

HAHN, Christian farmer now or formerly of Section 816 Survey B 1847 Memorial 297/140

No 2

HAHN, Christian farmer Angas Park 1851 Memorial 399/31

HAHN, Christian farmer Oberlangmeil 1852 Memorial 335/43

No 1

HAHN, Christian Friedrich machinist Adelaide 1854[-1859] Memorial 424/77

HAHN, Christian Friedrich engineer Adelaide 1855 Memorial 487/85

HAHN, Christian Friedrich engineer Fullarton 1855 Memorial 431/91

HAHN, Friedrich gentleman Clare 1871 Memorial 185/253

HAHN, Friedrich August Hermann farmer near Nuriootpa linked with Dorothea Hahn widow near Angaston 1907 Memorial 72/458

HAHN, Friedrich Wilhelm blacksmith Brighton 1913, declared that he had gone to live in Brighton during 1873 Application 26231

HAHN, Gustav Hermann farmer Hundred of Eba trustee unnamed school 1894 Grant Book 18 Page 21 County Eyre

No 1

HAHN, Johann Andreas farmer Hundred of Light 1859 Memorial 185/157

HAHN, Johann Andreas farmer near Freeling 1865 Application 6060

No 1 – perhaps the same person

HAHN, Johann Friedrich grocer Adelaide 1869 Application 9689

HAHN, Johann Friedrich gentleman Clare Co Stanley. Jamestown (Hundred of Belalie) township allotment land grant 1873 Grant Book 60 Page 133 County Victoria

No 1

HAHN, Johann Gottlieb farmer Light Pass. Lake Killalpaninna Lutheran Mission trustee 1885 Memorial 153/378

HAHN, Johann Gottlieb farmer Light Pass 1891 Application 22139

HAHN, John gardener Pt Broughton. Hundred of Mundoora land grant 1898 Grant Book 14 Page 270 County Daly

No 1

HAHNEL, Carl saddler Rowlands Flat 1854 Memorial 171/73

HAHNEL, Carl farmer Rowlands Flat Wiltshire Special Survey 1856 Memorial 192/98

HAHNEL, Carl saddler Lyndoch Valley 1861 Application 2738

HAIG, James A law clerk Adelaide 1915 Memorial 14/472

HAIG, John Henry sheepfarmer Tiatucka Estate, Pt Lincoln, died 12/5/1919. Executor; Edmund ELKAN importer formerly of North Adelaide (Ward St) but now of Mt Gambier Memorial 97/479

No 1

HAIG, John Maurice grazier near Quorn linked with Ada Rose Haig married woman near Quorn [perhaps his wife?] 1916 Memorial 162/474

HAIG, John Maurice grazier of near Quorn, power of attorney to Ada Rose HAIG married woman of near Quorn, to manage his SA business affairs 26/8/1916 Deposit 110/1916

HAIG, John Maurice grazier Mt Barker and Bugle Ranges 1920 Application 26864

HAIGH, Claude Alfred company director Mt Lofty 1950 Memorial 138/524

HAIGH, Elizabeth widow Tiatucka near Pt Lincoln 1868 Memorial 91/229

HAIGH, Florence Emily married woman Pt Lincoln 1903 Memorial 220/449

HAIGH, Frederick William sheepfarmer Pt Lincoln 1903 Memorial 220/448

No 1

HAIGH, Joe Eastwood woolsorter Hindmarsh 1874[-1879] Application 13747.18

HAIGH, Joe Eastwood fellmonger Hindmarsh, died 2/5/1882 Memorial 166/350

No 1

HAIGH, John butcher Templers, about to leave the province, power of attorney to David Spence ROBERTSON baker Whitmore Square Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 17/5/1870 Deposit 76/1871

No 2

HAIGH, John and William Frederick sheep farmers Pt Lincoln held a 21-year lease over Thistle Island at £200 per annum for 21 years1876 Memorial 27/296

HAIGH, John sheep farmer near Pt Lincoln 1879 Memorial 10/316

HAIGH, John sheepfarmer Pt Lincoln and Annie Edith Haigh his wife 1893 Memorial 103/418

HAIGH, John sheep farmer Pt Lincoln 1909 Application 25650

No 1

HAIGH, John Frederick sheep farmer Pt Lincoln 1856[-1863] Memorial 167/111, Application 4790

HAIGH, John Frederick sheepfarmer Pt Lincoln Hundred of Lincoln land grant 1856[-1864] Grant Book 21 Page 4 County Flinders

HAIGH, John Frederick sheep farmer Pt Lincoln, died c1867. He left all his personal estate to his wife, Elizabeth Haigh, and his real estate went into trust to provide an income for his wife for life, then to his children in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant. Trustees: Andrew TENNANT sheep farmer Pt Lincoln and John LOVE sheep farmer Mt Wedge Memorial 166/224

HAIGH, John Frederick of Pt Lincoln, died 13/7/1867. He left a widow, Elizabeth Haigh, and two sons, John Henry Haigh and William Frederick Haigh, both 21 by 1877. Elizabeth Haigh remarried to Charles Edward STEVENSON gentleman Adelaide, on 2/3/1869 Memorial 34/305

HAIGH, John Frederick sheep farmer Pt Lincoln, settled in the district in 1856. He died in 1867, leaving his land in trust to benefit his widow, Elizabeth Haigh, during her lifetime, then to his two sons, John Henry Haigh and William Frederick Haigh absolutely in remainder expectant. Mrs Elizabeth Haigh remarried to Charles Edward STEVENSON on 3/3/1870. During 1890, William Frederick Haigh sold his share in the property to his brother John Application 25444

No 1

HAIGH, John Henry and William sheep farmers Pt Lincoln 1882[-1887] Memorial 84/345

HAIGH, John Henry sheepfarmer Pt Lincoln Hundred of Louth land grant 1883 Grant Book 21 Page 8 County Flinders

HAIGH, John Henry and William Frederick sheep farmers Pt Lincoln 1890 Memorial 96/401

HAIGH, John Henry sheep farmer Tiatucka Station near Pt Lincoln 1890[-1910] Memorial 114/401

HAIGH, John Henry sheep farmer Pt Lincoln 1907 Application 25372

HAIGH, John Henry farmer Pt Lincoln 1912 Memorial 7/466

HAIGH, John Henry sheepfarmer Tiatucka Estate Pt Lincoln, died 12/5/1919. Husband of (1) Annie Edith Haigh (2) Florence Emily Haigh. Children (by the first wife) mentioned but not named Memorial 57/501

HAIGH, John Henry died 12/5/1919. Husband of the late Annie Edith Haigh. Trustees to sell the testator’s real estate once the youngest child, Kathleen Maud Haigh b 8/7/1896, reached the age of 21 Memorial 94/482, Application 27725

HAIGH, Kathleen Maud, born 8/7/1896 Tiatucka near Pt Lincoln, the youngest child of John Henry Haigh sheep farmer Tiatucka and his first wife, Annie Edith nee HORN. 4 children of this marriage. Robert Muir MCFARLANE storekeeper Pt Lincoln knew this family well 1922 Application 27055

HAIGH, William JP landholder Pt Lincoln 1905 Memorial 49/454

No 1

HAIGH, William Frederick sheepfarmer of Tiatucka Hundred of Lincoln land grant 1882 Grant Book 21 Page 47 County Flinders

HAIGH, William Frederick sheepfarmer Pt Lincoln Hundred of Louth land grant 1883 Grant Book 21 Page 8 County Flinders

HAIGH, William Frederick stockholder Pt Lincoln 1888 Memorial 62/393

HAIGH, William Frederick sheepfarmer Pt Lincoln 1895[-1898] Memorial 116/424

HAIGH, William Frederick gentleman Pt Lincoln 1902 Memorial 111/445
HAILES, Anne spinster Kensington 1855 Memorial 487/79

No 1 - perhaps the same person

HAILES, James farmer Dry Creek 1851. Wesleyan Methodist Memorial 153/31

HAILES, James Webb farmer Dry Creek 1851[-1856] Memorial 53/36

No 2 - perhaps the same person

HAILES, James gentleman Mt Alexander Vic 1852 Memorial 212/43

HAILES, James carpenter Melbourne Vic 1854 Memorial 225/79

HAILES, John settler Kooringa 1849 Memorial 200/18

No 1

HAILES, Joseph of Adelaide 1841 Application 20870

HAILES, Joseph labourer South Richmond 1850 Memorial 150/22

No 1

HAILES, Nathaniel of Pt Lincoln. Executor for the estate of the late James Benjamin HARVEY Esquire Pt Lincoln, ‘whose personal estate is not sufficient to meet his debts.’ 1843 Application 19029

HAILES, Nathaniel auctioneer Woodville 1850 Memorial 192/20

HAILES, Nathaniel auctioneer Woodside 1851 Memorial 176/36

HAILES, Nathaniel auctioneer Adelaide. Metropolitan Building Association Trustee 1851 Memorial 4/35

HAILES, Nathaniel auctioneer Kensington & Norwood 1855 Clayton Congregational Chapel trustee Memorial 206/91

HAILES, Nathaniel clerk Mt Gambier 1868 Memorial 35/228

HAILES, Nathaniel gentleman Adelaide father of James Hailes carpenter formerly of Melbourne Vic 1876 Memorial 127/294

HAILES, Nathaniel Kensington Congregational Chapel trustee died 1880 Application 23727

No 1

HAILES, Nathaniel Simpson the Younger stockholder Adelaide took over the residue of a 21-year lease of Town Acre 217 in Pirie St Adelaide from Wilhelm August WEYLAND carpenter Pirie St Adelaide Oct 1850 Memorial 493/27

HAILES, Nathaniel Simpson gentleman Adelaide, took a 4-year lease of Sections 1055, 1059, 1102 and a cottage with outhouses on Section 343 Survey B belonging to William Randall Esquire Rapid Bay Nov 1850 Memorial 472/27

HAILES, Nathaniel Simpson gentleman Mt Barker 1867 Memorial 152/223

HAILES, Nathaniel Simpson gentleman formerly of Mt Barker but then of Daylesford Vic 1871 Application 11493

No 1

HAILES, Thomas and William farmers Happy Valley 1851 Memorial 423/30

No 2

HAILES, Thomas farmer Gumbowie 1881 Memorial 194/330

HAILEY, William Stratton dairyman Gilberton 1890 Memorial 91/404

HAILSTONE, Charles and George farmers Kuitpo 1861 Memorial 306/176

HAILSTONE, EM of Willunga 1922 Memorial 54/485

No 1

HAILSTONE, George labourer Tapley Hill 1853 Memorial 473/48

HAILSTONE, George yeoman formerly of Tapley Hill but now of Chandler Hill 1857 Memorial 282/116

HAILSTONE, James clerk to Henry GILBERT solicitor Adelaide 1849[-1854] Memorial 262/18

HAIMES, Edward clerk to Messrs HANSON & HICKS solicitors Adelaide 1853 Memorial 390/55

No 1

HAIMES, John publican Springs Brewery near Kapunda 1851 Memorial 15/39.

HAIMES, John brewer Kapunda 1853 Memorial 397/50

HAIMES, John licensed victualler Kapunda 1854 Memorial 235/68

HAIMES, John mail contractor Adelaide 1856[-1858] Memorial 340/108

HAIMES, John coach proprietor Adelaide 1857 Memorial 2/127

HAIMES, John farmer and stockholder Netley 1859 Memorial 87/160, Application 757

HAIMES, John gentleman Adelaide, about to leave the province for some time, power of attorney to Charles JENKINS auctioneer Adelaide, to manage his considerable SA estate 5/4/1861. By 15/3/1867, Haimes had moved to Geelong Vic, when he appointed Joseph DARWENT merchant Adelaide, as his attorney. 5/9/1878, Haimes was back in Adelaide, and about to embark on a trip to England, when he appointed Edward Meade BAGOT gentleman Adelaide, as his attorney. By 11/8/1886, Haimes was of Mamre Station, near Colac Vic, when he appointed George Walwal BAGOT gentleman Adelaide, to look after his SA interests, including the Mitcham Brewery, styled Haimes, Mallen & Co, which he ran in partnership with Maria Matilda MALLEN Deposits 275/1864, 69/1867, 168/1886

HAIMES, John stockholder formerly of Netley but now of Geelong Vic 1863 Memorial 262/193

HAIMES, John coach proprietor formerly of Adelaide but now of Melbourne Vic 1866 Memorial 244/216

HAIMES, John farmer formerly of Netley near Adelaide 1860 but now residing in Victoria 1875 Application 14688

HAIMES, John formerly stockholder Netley then Geelong Vic 1863 but now gentleman Adelaide 1878 Application 16669

HAIMES, John gentleman Adelaide 1878 Application 16585

HAIMES, John gentleman Mamre Station near Colac Vic a partner with Maria Matilda MALLEN in conducting the Mitcham Brewery under the firm or style of Haimes, Mallen & Co. He appointed Edward Meade BAGOT gentleman Adelaide as his attorney to 'manage, conduct and superintend the brewery business … and from time to time to inspect the books and accounts of the said firm' 1881 Memorial 92/337

HAIMES, John gentleman formerly of Kapunda but now of Vic 1882 Application 19443

HAIMES, John gentleman formerly of Kapunda, but now of Colac Vic 1885 Application 20759

HAIMES, John gentleman Mamre Station near Colac Vic 1886 Memorial 208/380

No 1

HAIMES, Richard architect Adelaide 1848 Memorial 455/11

No 2

HAIMES, Richard brewer Kapunda 1857 Memorial 207/125

HAIMES, Richard storekeeper St Johns near Kapunda 1861[-1866]Memorial 170/176

HAIMES, Bridget widow St John's near Kapunda 1873 Application 12746

HAIMES, Bridget widow St Johns near Kapunda (relict of the late Richard Haimes wo died 25/7/1871), linked with John Haimes gentleman Mamre Vic 1877 Memorial 206/297

HAIN, Johann Friedrich farmer Monarto 1877 Memorial 132/301

HAINES, Adelaide formerly married woman Pt Germein but now widow Meadows [she owned land at Gawler] 1933 Memorial 25/507

No 1

HAINES, Alfred engine driver Yatala township 1882 Memorial 189/343

HAINES, Alfred engine driver Pt Adelaide 1883 Memorial 4/349

No 1

HAINES, Ebenezer labourer Baker Gully 1883 Memorial 117/348

HAINES, Ebenezer formerly labourer but now out of business Kangarilla 1926 Memorial 47/495

HAINES, Ebenezer labourer Kangarilla 1893 Memorial 3/419

HAINES, Edwin farmer and Robert storekeeper both of Ashbourne 1871 Application 11231

HAINES, Edwin Frederick farmer near Ashbourne 1899 Memorial 70/437

No 1

HAINES, Ephraim son of William Haines the Elder both gardeners Tea Tree Gully 1854 Memorial 142/74

HAINES, Ephraim overseer Tea Tree Gully 1865 Memorial 320/202

HAINES, Ephraim gardener Tea Tree Gully 1909 Memorial 15/461

HAINES, Ephraim gardener Tea Tree Gully 1911 Application 25993

HAINES, Frederick George grazier Nairne, aged 73 years in 1956, declared that he had lived in the district all his life Application 29213

No 1

HAINES, George labourer Millbank Section 257 ‘on the road to the Torrens’ Memorial 403/3

HAINES, George [formerly labourer Millbank but now] yeoman Lyndoch Valley 1853 Memorial 42/54

HAINES, George butcher Lyndoch Valley 1854 Memorial 114/73

HAINES, George farmer Lyndoch Valley 1854 Union Chapel Lyndoch Valley foundation trustee Application 5698

HAINES, George the Elder farmer Lyndoch Valley 1855 Memorial 91/88

HAINES, George farmer Lyndoch Valley, died 17/7/1855. Husband of Elizabeth Haines. He was a foundation trustee for the Lyndoch Valley Union Chapel school Application 5698

HAINES, George farmer Lyndoch Valley, died c1855. He left his entire estate in trust to his wife, Elizabeth Haines, for her lifetime, then absolutely in remainder expectant to William Arthur HAMP who had lived with the Haines family for 11 years Memorial 136/91

HAINES, Elizabeth widow Lyndoch Valley 1856[-1870] Memorial 134/98

HAINES, Elizabeth widow [formerly of Lyndoch Valley but then of] Adelaide, died 30/3/1880 Memorials 73 & 74/352

No 2

HAINES, George engine driver Yatala 1908 Application 25404

HAINES, Hannah widow Kapunda 1877 Application 15757

No 1

HAINES, Henry farmer Tea Tree Gully 1864[-1883] Memorial 163/193

HAINES, Henry farmer Tea Tree Gully and Keziah Elizabeth Haines his wife 1865 Memorial 320/202

No 1

HAINES, James farmer Angas Park 1850 Memorial 493/23

HAINES, James farmer Section 5486 Hundred of Yatala 1854[-1855] Memorial 386/77

HAINES, James farmer Upper Dry Creek 1855 Memorial 129/81

No 2

HAINES, James farmer Truro 1856 Memorial 206/105

No 3 - perhaps a continuation of No 2

HAINES, James farmer Allen Creek near Kapunda 1864 Memorial 235/198

HAINES, James farmer Allendale near Kapunda 1873 Memorial 99/264

No 4

HAINES, James carrier Nairne 1859 Application 919

No 5 – perhaps the same person

HAINES, James labourer Tarpeena Hundred of Mayurra land grant 1879 Grant Book 31 Page 224 County Grey

HAINES, James labourer Millicent 1880 Application 18058

HAINES, JC bank officer 78 Main North Road, Prospect 1941 Memorial 81/515

No 1

HAINES, John labourer Unley 1853 Memorial 493/47

HAINES, John gardener Unley 1854 Memorial 57/65

HAINES, John labourer Goodwood Park 1858 Application 174

No 2

HAINES, John carrier Portland Estate 1883 Application 19580

No 1

HAINES, John Henry gentleman Adelaide Clayton (Hundred of Alexandrina) township allotment land grant 1859 Grant Book 36 Page 457 County Hindmarsh

HAINES, John Henry merchant Adelaide 1870 Application 10533

HAINES, John James butcher Strathalbyn 1909 Memorial 228/461

HAINES, John Thomas baker formerly of Gawler but now of Arrarat Vic 1863 Memorial 134/191

HAINES, Joseph formerly licensed victualler but now out of business The Semaphore 1905 Application 24893

HAINES, Mary Eliza widow Nairne, died 11/12/1930 Mt Barker. Mother of Mary Florence WICKS, Amy Edith JACOBS (wife of William Jacobs engine driver Nairne) and Percy Haines farmer Nairne (husband of Alice Haines or of Elsie Haines). Grandmother of Muriel May Haines, Edward Stirling Haines and Mary Eliza Haines [Another son to find in this family]. Estate worth £555 Memorials 52 & 54/504

HAINES, Percy farmer Nairne 1936 Memorial 89/510

No 1

HAINES, Richard farmer Adelaide (South Tce) 1853 Memorial 377/51

HAINES, Richard gold miner formerly of Adelaide but now of Beech Creek Vic 1859 Memorial 241/160

HAINES, Richard farmer St John's near Kapunda 1865 Memorial 319/207

HAINES, Richard Dalton farmer Hundred of Blyth 1892 Memorial 154/414

No 1

HAINES, Robert storekeeper Ashbourne Hundred of Kondoparinga land grant 1876 Grant Book 36 Page 276 County Hindmarsh

No 2

HAINES, Robert labourer Tea Tree Gully 1884[-1913] Memorial 99/361

No 3

HAINES, Robert carrier Millicent Hundred of Mt Muirhead land grant 1886 Grant Book 31 Page 201 County Grey

No 4

HAINES, Robert miner had an interest in the Lyndoch Gold and Copper Mine in the Hundred of Barossa 1896 Memorial 195/429

No 1 - perhaps the same person

HAINES, Thomas labourer Hurtle Vale 1854 Memorial 401/61

HAINES, Thomas farmer Morphett Vale 1857 Wesleyan Methodist member Memorial 6/122

HAINES, Thomas farmer Morphett Vale 1861 Application 2073

No 2

HAINES, Thomas yeoman Nairne 1857 Memorial 214/130

No 3

HAINES, Thomas fisherman Glenelg 1869 Application 10246

No 4

HAINES, Thomas farmer Allendale near Kapunda 1877 Memorial 221/298

No 5

HAINES, Thomas farmer Mt Bold member; Kangarilla Wesleyan Methodist Church 1878 Application 16596

No 6

HAINES, Thomas farmer Mundoora and Elizabeth Haines his wife 1904 Memorial 63/450, Application 24701

HAINES, Walter Sylvester grocer Yatala township 1908 Application 25404

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

HAINES, William [the Younger] gardener Botanical Gardens near Adelaide 1846 Memorial 7/7

HAINES, William gardener Botanical Garden Adelaide 1847[-1850]. He bought land along the Great North Road pt Section 344. Enrolment 75/16

HAINES, William the Younger farmer Hundred of Yatala 1852. Enrolment 7/23

HAINES, William the Younger and Haines, James farmers Section 5486 Hundred of Yatala 1853 Memorial 114/46

HAINES, William the Younger gardener formerly of Section 5486 Hundred of Yatala now of the North Road 1853 Memorial 245/54

HAINES, William the Younger carter Stepney 1855 Memorial 387/90

HAINES, William the Younger licensed victualler Tea Tree Gully 1863 Memorial 62/192

HAINES, William gardener North Road 1853[-1854] Memorial 109/56 Linked with Richard Haines farmer Adelaide 1853 Memorial 150/58

HAINES, William [the Elder] farmer North Road 1854. Linked with William Haines the Younger farmer North Road Memorial 52/62

HAINES, William 45 widower innkeeper Tea Tree Gully (Father: William Haines) married Margaret Rodger MCKINLAY 66 widow Tea Tree Gully (Father: James CLELAND) on 5/7/1876 Baptist Church Flinders St, Adelaide Application 26748

HAINES, William District Clerk Tea Tree Gully and Margaret Haines his wife 1877 Application 15900

HAINES, William MP Tea Tree Gully declared that he had ‘long, intimate and particular knowledge of all the persons and their holdings in the district of Tea Tree Gully in consequence of my long residence therein; and having been for many years (and still am) clerk of the District Council, valuator etc’ 1883 Application 19706

HAINES, William MP of Tea Tree Gully 1884 Memorial 57/362

HAINES, William gentleman Tea Tree Gully 1891 Application 2217O

No 2

HAINES, William farmer Gawler 1854 Memorial 375/63

HAINES, William farmer formerly of Gawler but now of Willaston 1860 Memorial 346/165

No 3

HAINES, William farmer near Kapunda, died 17/12/1880. He left his entire estate to his wife, Betsy Haines Memorial 141/333

HAINES, Betsy widow of William Haines formerly farmer Kapunda but now deceased 1881 Application 18685

No 4

HAINES, William blacksmith Salisbury North 1874 Application 13580

HAINES, William blacksmith One Tree Hill 1881 Application 18489.

No 5

HAINES, William storekeeper Allendale near Kapunda 1903 Memorial 177/449

HAINES, William blacksmith Allendale North 1904 Application 24728

HAINES, William blacksmith Allendale near Kapunda 1907[-1910] Memorial 203/457, Application 25734

HAINES, William Edward labourer Nairne and Mary Eliza Haines his wife 1910 Memorial 244/462

No 1

HAINING, George J bank clerk linked with Jessy Haining widow Glenelg 1879 Memorial 158/315

HAINING, George James bank clerk Adelaide 1893 Memorial 210/419

HAINING, George James formerly bank clerk Adelaide but now of Kalgoorlie WA 1897 Memorial 183/432

HAINING, James Langford Under Treasurer of SA Adelaide, died 1869. Linked with Robert Haining bank manager Goolwa who was also his executor Memorials 205/240 & 107/241

HAINING, John farmer near Pt Augusta 1885 Memorial 42/373

HAINING, Julia widow 13 Musgrave St, Goodwood 1923. Her family - Florence Hilda GRAY, Mabel Beatrice FYFFE, Henry Arthur Fyffe, Doris Muriel THURGARLAND and Winifred Jessie Haining Memorial 45/488

No 1

HAINING, Robert minister of the gospel Adelaide 1851 Memorial 235/41

HAINING, Robert Presbyterian Minister Glenelg, died 26/4/1874, of erysipelas, aged 72 Application 22428

No 2

HAINING, Robert bank clerk Pt Adelaide 1875 Memorial 246/286

HAINING, Robert formerly bank clerk Pt Adelaide 1875 but now bank manager Pt Augusta 1878 Application 16740

HAINING, Robert bank manager Pt Augusta 1885 Memorial 41/373

HAINING, RG secretary to MAIN, SELLS & Co of Pirie St, Adelaide 1889 Memorial 160/400

No 1

HAINS, Charles stevedor Pt Adelaide 1855 Memorial 454/81

HAINS, Charles storekeeper Pt Adelaide 1859 Application 282

HAINS, Charles dealer Pt Adelaide 1862 Memorial 222/184

HAINS, Charles auctioneer Pt Adelaide 1871[-1883] Memorial 241/250

HAINS, Charles formerly pawnbroker but now auctioneer Pt Adelaide 1884 Application 20303

HAINS, Charles general dealer Pt Adelaide 1887 Application 21173

HAINS, Charles general dealer and auctioneer Pt Adelaide. Husband of Matilda Hains 1891 Application 22178

HAINS, Charles auctioneer Pt Adelaide, died 14/2/1893. Executors; Joseph Hains licensed victualler Pt Adelaide and Louis Hains clerk Pt Adelaide. By 1911, Joseph Hains was out of business Glanville and Louis Hains had become an auctioneer at Pt Adelaide [he must have been an auctioneer's clerk previously] Memorials 149 & 150/465

HAINS, Charles auctioneer Pt Adelaide died 14/2/1893. Executors Joseph Hains licensed victualler formerly Pt Adelaide, but now out of business Glanville; and Louis HAINS formerly clerk now auctioneer Pt Adelaide, by the time they sold land on 6/11/1911. Application 26892

HAINS, Charles formerly stevedore then auctioneer Pt Adelaide, died 14/2/1893. He left his estate to his children and his sister, Jane Hains. Jane Hains died 7/1/1897, leaving her estate, worth £200, to her nieces and nephews. By 1906, the children of Charles Hains were disposed as follows: Joseph Hains formerly licensed victualler now out of business Pt Adelaide, Louis Hains formerly clerk now auctioneer Pt Adelaide, Catherine SAUNDERS formerly Catherine Hains wife of Alexander Saunders agent College Town, Abigail BERLINER formerly Abigail Hains wife of Samuel Berliner optician Brisbane. Another daughter, Rebecca SAUNDERS widow of Mark Saunders licensed victualler Jamestown, had died. Her two daughters, Sophia Hannah POTTER formerly Sophia Hannah Saunders wife of Edward Ralph Potter accountant Gawler and Miriam IFOULD wife of Percy Ifould engineer Kalgoorlie WA represted her share in her father's and aunt's estates. John SWEENEY Mayor of Pt Adelaide 1907, declared that he was a nephew of Charles Hains Application 25269

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

HAINS, Charles licensed victualler Adelaide River Northern Territory of SA 1890 Memorial 197/405

HAINS, Edward farmer McLaren Vale 1850 Memorial 35/23

No 1

HAINS, George printer Pt Adelaide 1869 Application 10199

HAINS, George printer Pt Adelaide 1883 Memorial 73/349

HAINS, George printer Pt Adelaide, died 22/3/1901. He left his estate in degrees between Henry Hains compositor Pt Adelaide and Lewis Myers Hains no description Memorial 7/443

HAINS, Harold George labourer Strathalbyn 1924 Application 27258

HAINS, Henry printer Pt Adelaide 1912 Application 26079

HAINS, Isaac of Brompton, died 1875. He left the bulk of his estate to his wife, Mary Ann Hains, with £50 each to his eldest son, Alfred Hains of the Royal Navy, and his daughter Elizabeth Ann Hains of the Burra Memorial 101/281

No 1

HAINS, John lighterman Pt Adelaide 1853[-1854] Memorial 441/47

HAINS, John stevedore Pt Adelaide 1858 Application 165

HAINS, John stevedore Pt Adelaide 1861[-1863] Memorial 188/172

HAINS, John stevedor Pt Adelaide 1863, stated that a city fire burnt down the branch office of the Union Bank of Australia Pt Adelaide on 9/11/1857 Application 21788

No 2

HAINS, John storekeeper Pt Adelaide said in 1880 that he had been in the city since 1/7/1860 Application 17919

No 3 - perhaps a continuation of No 2

HAINS, John carrier Pt Adelaide 1909 Application 25697

No 1

HAINS, Joseph mason Portland Estate 1875 Application 14546

HAINS, Joseph licensed victualler Pt Adelaide 1875 Memorial 140/282

HAINS, Joseph publican Pt Adelaide 1880 Application 18088

HAINS, Joseph licensed victualler Pt Adelaide and Louis Hains auctioneer Pt Adelaide, executors of the will of Charles Hains late auctioneer Pt Adelaide deceased, who died 14/2/1893. Charles Hains also had a sister called Jane Hains 1904 Application 24857

HAINS, Joseph licensed victualler Pt Adelaide and Hannah Hains his wife 1895[-1909] Memorial 77/425, Application 25585

HAINS, Joseph formerly licensed victualler but now out of business Pt Adelaide and Hannah Haines his wife 1911 Application 25925

No 2

HAINS, Joseph clerk Pt Adelaide 1876 Memorial 1/289

No 1

HAINS, Lewis lighterman Pt Adelaide 1854 Memorial 426/71

No 2

HAINS, Lewis storekeeper Pt Adelaide 1856 Memorial 2/107

HAINS, Lewis storekeeper Pt Adelaide 1859 Application 267

No 1

HAINS, Louis auctioneer Pt Adelaide 1906 Memorial 183/454

HAINS, Louis auctioneer Pt Adelaide 1912 Application 26079

No 1

HAINS, Lewis Myer stationer Pt Adelaide 1912 Application 26079

HAINS, Louis Myer tobacconist and stationer Pt Adelaide 1920 Memorial 108/481

HAINS, Myer formerly sawyer Pt Adelaide but now retired Queen St, Alberton, aged 70 years old in 1952 Application 28898.

No 1

HAINS, Philip labourer Pt Adelaide 1852 Memorial 473/44

HAINS, Philip lighterman Pt Adelaide 1854[-1855] Memorial 99/73

HAINS, Philip labourer Pt Adelaide 1856 Memorial 172/99

HAINS, Philip stevedore Pt Adelaide 1859 Memorial 139/153

HAINS, Phillip stevedor Pt Adelaide 1862 Application 2856

HAINS, Philip Loyal Victoria Oddfellows Lodge trustee Pt Adelaide 1865 Application 6190

HAINS, Philip stevedore Pt Adelaide 1866 Application 7422

HAINS, Philip stevedor Pt Adelaide 1876 Memorial 210/294

HAINS, Philip gentleman Pt Adelaide 1882 Application 19149

No 2

HAINS, Philip storekeeper Pt Adelaide 1864 Application 5748

HAINS, Philip storekeeper Pt Adelaide and Esther Hains his wife 1868. Philip Hains died 1887 leaving his entire estate to his wife, Esther Hains Memorial 111/389

HAINS, Philip master lumper Pt Adelaide, died 1887. His wife, Esther Hains of Pt Adelaide, died 11/1/1898, leaving an estate worth £3,350. Bequests to her sons, George Hains and Lewis Myers Hains printers Pt Adelaide, Also other sons John Hains, Henry Hains, Charles Joseph Hains; also her daughters, Catherine MORRIS, Rebecca LOBB, Hannah BAKER, Eleanor FISHER, Adelaide PHILLIPS and Elizabeth Hains. Son George Hains died 22/3/1901. Rather a complicated will with trusts, annuities and legacies. Esther Hains could not write Application 24315

HAINS, Esther widow Pt Adelaide, died 1898. Executors; George Hains and Lewis Myers Hains printers Pt Adelaide Memorial 108/434

No 1

HAIRE, Francis schoolteacher Adelaide 1852 Memorial 380/39

HAIRE, Francis Bachelor of Arts Adelaide 1854[-1858] Memorial 263/79

HAIRE, Francis Esquire Adelaide 1856 Memorial 498/97

HAIRE, Francis BA formerly of Adelaide but now in parts beyond the seas 1857 Memorial 45/121

HAKE, Charles gentleman Pentonvales Yorke Peninsula 1869 Memorial 159/241

HAKE, Sid clerk to the District Council of Pt Elliot and Goolwa 1870 Memorial 221/244

HAKELIN, Steven farmer The Gilbert 1858 Memorial 292/145

No 1

HACKENDORF, Christopher licensed victualler Pt Augusta 1888 Memorial 10/390

HACKENDORF, Christopher Henry licensed victualler Pt Augusta Co Frome. Tarcoola (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1901 Grant Book 65 Page 306 County Not named

HAKENDORF, Jens tailor Pt Adelaide 1858[-1871] Memorial 303/142

HALBERT, George Edward sailor Yankalilla 1856[-1862] Memorial 170/109

HALBERT, Joseph gentleman Unley 1910 Memorial 111/462

HALBERT, Thomas labourer Mt Barker 1869 Application 10218

No 1

HALBROTH, George tailor Lobethal 1853 Memorial 135/49

HALBROTH, Georg Heinrich Friedrich David of Lobethal, died c1856. Born 4/2/1819 St Andreasburg [Hanover] married 3/10/1848 Johanne Wilhelmine Juliane nee KOHLER born 1/9/1820 St Andreasburg. Their only child - Johanne Wilhelmine Minna Halbroth, born 15/12/1846. He left his house and land at Lobethal to his wife, provided she hand the property over to their daughter when she turned 21, or else paid the daughter £100 to purchase the real estate Memorial 34/127

HALBROTH, George Heinrich Friedrich David born 4/2/1819 St Andreasberg (Harz), Hanover. married 3/10/1848, to Johanne Wilhelmine Juliana nee KOHLER (born 1/9/1820 St Andreasberg). Only one child, but born before the marriage - Johanne Wilhelmine Minna Halbroth , born 15/12/1846. David Halbroth died c1856, leaving his cottage and land lot 6 Section 5125 Lobethal in trust to his wife, until his daughter receives the land absolutely when she turns 21. ‘Or if circumstances will not admit, so my wife who is her mother shall pay to my daughter the sum of £100. Mrs Halbroth remarried to Friedrich August ALTMANN of Lobethal Application 9065

No 1

HALCOMB, Fred Secretary to St Peter's College, Hackney 1880 Memorial 43/322

HALCOMB, Frederick of Adelaide Clerk assistant to the Legislative Council of SA 1882 Memorial 237/338

HALCOMB, Frederick Clerk Assistant of the Legislative Council Adelaide, power of attorney to Edward Burney YOUNG station agent Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 17/1/1882 Deposit 71/1882

HALCOMB, Frederick gentleman Adelaide 1895 Memorial 119/424

HALCOMB, William gentleman Weston-Super-Mare, Somerset, England, power of attorney to his brother-in-law Joseph GILBERT Esquire Pewsey Vale, to manage his SA business affairs 23/11/1861 Deposit 44/OA

No 1

HALCOMBE, GW solicitor Petersburg 1897 Memorial 200/432

HALCOMBE, Guy Worthington solicitor Petersburg 1912 Memorial 186/466

HALDANE, Eliza of Adelaide 1854 Memorial 37/67

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

HALDANE, John farmer Adelaide 1849 Memorial 58/18

HALDANE, John farmer Little Para 1853 Memorial 99/50

HALDANE, John farmer Gawler 1854 Memorial 477/74

HALDANE, John the Younger farmer Gawler 1855 Memorial 327/80

HALDANE, John farmer Gawler Plains 1873 Memorial 188/265

HALDANE, John gentleman Union Grove near Gawler, died c1876. He left his real estate in trust to his daughter, Elizabeth POTTS, for her lifetime then absolutely in remainder expectant to his grandson, John Potts Memorial 67/292

POTTS, John farmer Gawler linked with Elizabeth Potts widow Gawler 1891 Application 22072

HALDANE, JR clerk Adelaide (Royal Exchange, King William St) 1893 Memorial 171/418

No 1

HALDANE, Robert farmer Gawler Hundred of Everard land grant 1869[-1874] Grant Book 56 Page 389 County Stanley

HALDANE, Robert farmer Mt Templeton Hundred of Everard land grant 1873 Grant Book 56 Page 390 County Stanley

HALDANE, Robert farmer Mt Templeton, power of attorney to John KELLY agent Adelaide, to finalise all of Haldane’s business dealings (principally mortgages over various property) with Donald MCLEAN licensed victualler Goolwa and Allan McLEAN farmer Redhill 16/5/1881 Deposit 120/1881

No 1

HALDANE, Thomas draper Adelaide 1855[-1858] Memorial 482/90 Linked with William Haldane farmer Gawler 1858 Memorial 145/132

HALDANE, Thomas storekeeper Adelaide and Eliza Haldane his wife 1856[-1875] Memorial 123/107

HALDANE, Thomas gentleman Kent Town 1866 Application 7789

HALDANE, Thomas draper Adelaide 1869 Application 10427

HALDANE, Thomas agent Kent Town 1875 Application 14442

HALDANE, Thomas agent Kent Town 1877 Memorial 131/304

No 1

HALDANE, William farmer near Gawler. Hundred of Barossa land grant 1854[-1866] Grant Book 1 Page 43 County Adelaide

HALDANE, WIlliam farmer Gawler Plains 1857 Memorial 271/118

HALDANE, William farmer Gawler 1858 Memorial 145/132

HALDEN, Alexander farmer Dry Creek 1860 Memorial 318/166

No 1

HALDEN, Robert labourer Adelaide 1839 Application 25550.

HALDEN, Robert farmer Section 1566 Dry Creek 1847[-1860] Memorial 494/8.

HALDEN, Robert farmer Dry Creek 1861[-1862] Memorial 142/178, Application 2596

HALE, Alice Lorraine nurse Wudinna changed her name to Alice Lorraine WATERS. Mathina Dawn Hale student Wudinna changed her name to MD Waters 1952 Memorials 51 & 59/527

HALE, Benjamin carpenter North Adelaide 1858 Memorial 301/146

HALE, Edward farmer Edwardstown 1860 Memorial 31/162

HALE, Edward Watts contractor, Fanny Hale spinster, and Frederick and Henry Hale labourers all of Overland Corner 1885. Another member of this family, Hester Ann Hale, died 28/9/1884 Memorial 4/365

HALE, Frederick farmer Yankalilla 1852 Memorial 215/41

No 1

HALE, George Esquire Alberton 1845 Application 23136.

No 2

HALE, George farmer Adelaide 1849 Memorial 202/14

No 3

HALE, George bootmaker Norwood 1860 Application 1446.

No 4

HALE, George contractor Government Reservoir on the road from Kapunda to the North-West Bend and Hester Ann Hale his wife had agreed to a judicial separation. George Richard Hale labourer North-West Bend mentioned 1876 Memorial 5/290

HALE, Hester Ann hotelkeeper Overland Corner, died 28/9/1884. Bequests to her sons, Harry Frederick Hale, Edmund Hale, and her daughter, Emma KATTEKER. Henry Harry Hale farmer Overland Corner appointed an executor 1884 Memorials 80 & 81/362

HALE, Grace Bennett spinster Adelaide (Rundle St) 1860 Memorial 42/163

HALE, Henry carpenter Mt Gambier 1860[-1871] Memorial 111/170

HALE, James Esquire Barnard St, North Adelaide, about to leave the province for a time, power of attorney to his son Hedley Marcus HALE grocer O’Connell St, North Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 21/3/1887 Deposit 81/1887

HALE, Louisa widow Norwood 1882[-1883] Memorial 164/346

No 1

HALE, Matthew Blagden MA clerk in holy orders Adelaide 1848 Memorial 133/10

HALE, Matthew Blagden MA formerly Archdeacon of Adelaide but now Bishop Designate of Perth WA 1857 Memorial 127/136

HALE, Matthew Blagden Lord Bishop of Perth WA, power of attorney to Edward STIRLING and Robert Barr SMITH merchants Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 16/8/1859. Thomas ELDER, Frederick WRIGHT, Charles LYONS, Charles LEADER appointed at various times to act on his behalf Deposit 241/1873

HALE, Matthew Blagden DD formerly of Poonindie near Pt Lincoln 1854 but now Bishop Designate of Brisbane 1876 Application 14825

No 1

HALE, Richard farmer Adelaide 1847 Memorial 54/8

HALE, Richard farmer formerly of Adelaide but now of Gum Station Co Stanley 1849 Memorial 123/15

No 2

HALE, Richard gentleman Adelaide 1851[-1852] Memorial 376/37

No 3 - perhaps a continuation of No 2

HALE, Richard storeman Adelaide 1854 Memorial 195/63

No 4 - perhaps a continuation of No 3

HALE, Richard labourer Adelaide 1856 Memorial 323/98

No 5

HALE, Richard licensed victualler Unley 1859 Memorial 145/152

HALE, Richard farmer Edwardstown 1860[-1861] Memorial 31/162

No 6 - perhaps a continuation of No 5

HALE, Richard livery stable keeper Adelaide (The Exchange Hotel Stables owned by John CARRUTHERS innkeeper Hindley St) leased 'all those stables, cottage, sheds, yards and premises' for 4 years at £52 a year 1864 Memorial 126/196

No 7

HALE, Richard farmer Pt Elliot 1868 Application 9581

No 1

HALE, Richard Blagden gentleman Pt Adelaide 1853[-1854] Memorial 318/57

HALE, Richard Blagden officer in HM Customs Pt Adelaide 1858 Memorial 154/258

HALE, Richard Blagden HM Customs officer Queenstown 1871 Application 11274

HALE, Richard Blagden officer in HM Customs Pt Adelaide 1873 declared that he had married Alice DEAN in 1848. She died 31/1/1867 Deposit 207/1873

HALE, Richard Blagden gentleman Toorall Vic 1878 Memorial 8/307

HALE, Sabina Dunlop of Brisbane Qld, power of attorney to Sir Thomas ELDER Esquire Adelaide, to manage her SA business affairs 6/11/1882 Deposit 283/1882

HALE, Stephen farmer Strathalbyn 1872 Application 12095

HALE, Vernet Mostyn farmer Upper Sturt 1967, Application 29638

No 1

HALE, William labourer Adelaide 1838[-1839] Application 14644

HALE, William land owner Crafers Inn 1851 Memorial 14/36

HALE, George labourer Bradford-on-Avon, Wilts, England, power of attorney to William Bennett EDMONDS gentleman Adelaide, to manage the property of his son William HALE, of between Echunga and the Meadows, who died recently, intestate and without issue 16/11/1859 Deposit 155/1860

HALE, William of Section 3530 Hundred of Kuitpo Co Adelaide, had died by 1862 intestate and unmarried. Son of George Hale labourer Bradford on Avon, Wilts, England, who inherited his son's estate as heir at law Memorial 122/181

No 2

HALE, William farmer Franklin Harbour trustee School Hundred of Minbrie Hundred of Minbrie land grant 1897 Grant Book 39 Page 176 County Jervois

No 1

HALES, Caroline hotelkeeper Robe 1884 Memorial 67/360

HALES, Caroline hotelkeeper formerly of near Robe 1885 Memorial 53/369

No 1

HALES, Charles farmer Happy Valley eldest son of the late Thomas Hales formerly farmer Happy Valley now deceased 1876 Memorial 107/291

HALES, Charles farmer Happy Valley 1892[-1894] Memorial 114/418

HALES, Clifford Greenwood mercantile agent Adelaide 1920 Memorial 154/481

No 1 - perhaps the same person

HALES, Frederick land broker Adelaide (53 Currie St) 1879 Memorial 14/317

HALES, Frederick and James agents Adelaide 1880 Memorial 130/324

HALES, Frederick Clifford Greenwood agent Adelaide Frances (Hundred of Binnum) township allotment land grant 1881 Grant Book 46 Page 32 County MacDonnell

HALES, Frederick Clifford Greenwood licensed land broker Adelaide, about to depart from the province for a time, power of attorney to James George Greenwood HALES licensed land broker and auctioneer, to manage his SA business affairs 20/12/1881 Deposit 246/1881

No 1

HALES, Frederick Clifford Greenwood linked with James George Greenwood Hales both licensed land brokers and auctioneers Adelaide 1881 Memorial 160/336

HALES, Frederick Clifford Greenwood and HALES, James Greenwood agents Adelaide 1881 Application 18839

HALES, Frederick Clifford Greenwood mercantile agent Adelaide, died 19/7/1933 intestate Application 29541

HALES, Frederick Clifford Greenwood retired agent College Road, Kent Town, died 19/7/1933 intestate Memorial 122/509

No 1

HALES, Frederick Greenwood turner Kent Town 1865[-1867] Memorial 153/201

HALES, Frederick Greenwood turner Kent Town 1875 Memorial 211/298 Turner Adelaide (Currie St) 1877 Memorial 218/298

HALES, Frederick Greenwood farmer Kent Town 1868 Memorial 154/230

HALES, George stonemason Guichen Bay 1857[-1861] Memorial 236/130

HALES, Harry turner Adelaide 1880 Memorial 130/324

No 1

HALES, James George Greenwood turner Adelaide (Currie St) 1877[-1880] Memorial 218/298

HALES, James George Greenwood agent Adelaide Frances (Hundred of Binnum) township allotment land grant 1881 Grant Book 46 Page 32 County MacDonnell

HALES, Jeremiah William and HALES, Charles Morris farmers Happy Valley 1873 Application 12965

No 1

HALES, John bricklayer Pt Adelaide 1851[-1853] Memorial 312/29

HALES, John builder Pt Adelaide 1854[-1857] Memorial 3/66

HALES, John builder Adelaide 1860 Application 1930

HALES, John formerly builder Pt Adelaide but now licensed victualler Rising Sun Hotel, Grove St, Bath, Somerset, England 1861 Memorial 85/184

HALES, John formerly builder of Pt Adelaide, but now licensed victualler The Rising Sun, Grove St, Bath, Somerset, power of attorney to Henry BERRYMAN contractor Flinders St, Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 10/12/1861 Deposit 85A/1862

HALES, John Thomas groom Myponga 1891 Memorial 71/408

HALES, Mark labourer Kersbrook and Ann Hales his wife 1892 Application 22265

HALES, Matthew blacksmith Robe 1863[-1869] Memorial 112/191

HALES, Robert licensed victualler Royal Exchange Hotel Aberdeen near Kooringa 1918[-1921] Memorial 15/478

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

HALES, Thomas and William farmers Happy Valley 1851[-1860] Memorial 79/38

HALES, Thomas the Younger and William farmers Happy Valley 1861 Memorial 297/179

HALES, Thomas the Elder wood carter Happy Valley, died c1876. His present wife, Mary Hales, to have all the household items which she brought into the home upon her marriage. The rest of the estate to be divided equally amongst his 10 children - Mary Ann GARDINER wife of Samuel Gardiner,, Elizabeth WARREN wife of Oliver Warren, Jeremiah Hales, Charles Hales, Martha Hales, James Hales, Rebecca Hales, Thomas Hales the Younger, Robert Hales, and William Hales Memorial 247/290

HALES, William formerly farmer Happy Valley 1851 but now teamster Laura 1876. Associated with Thomas Hales farmer at Happy Valley Application 15222

HALKETT, Peter licensed victualler Adelaide, became a bankrupt in 1886 Memorial 248/384

No 1

HALL, Albert farmer Redbanks Hundred of Dalkey land grant 1881 Grant Book 26 Page 233 County Gawler

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

No 2

HALL, Albert and Ebenezer auctioneers Lucindale Lucindale (Hundred of Joyce) township allotment land grant 1889 Grant Book 50 Page 133a County Robe

HALL, Albert Alexander builder and contractor East Parade, Kensington 1922 Memorial 14/486

HALL, Alice Barrett spinster Laurel Villa, Victoria Road, Surbiton, Surrey, England, power of attorney to Frederick William BULLOCK and James Viner SMITH estate agents Adelaide, to manage her SA business affairs 5/9/1887. She was the only daughter of Emma Hall widow Ashtree 45 Beulah Hill Upper Norwood, Middlesex, who died 14/4/1902. Mrs Hall had a son, Edgar Atheling Hall Bachelor of Medicine Seacombe Adelaide Road, Surbiton, Surrey. Mrs Hall owned land in Adelaide, Pt Adelaide, Milang and the Northern Territory Deposits 153/1887 & 43/1903

HALL, Ann married woman Pt Lincoln 1905 Memorial 177/452

No 1

HALL, Anthony gentleman Pt Adelaide SA Mining Association trustee 1851 Memorial 146/64

HALL, Anthony Esquire formerly of Woodville but now of Pt Adelaide 1877 Memorial 193/297

HALL, Anthony merchant Pt Adelaide 1879 Application 17655

HALL, Anthony merchant Semaphore, died 23/8/1880, of albumenuria serous and apoplexy, aged 66 Application 19957

HALL, Anthony died no date. He had been the sole executor for the will of William JAMES solicitor Woodville, who died 9/9/1858. He had to take care of the finances in trust to benefit William James's two sons, William John James and Edward James, after they came of age. Anthony Paget Hall was the sole executor for the estate of Anthony Hall. When Anthony Paget Hall died (no date), Robert Mark McLaren Hall formerly farmer Semaphore now farm manager Brooklyn WA and Sarah Jessie Hall spinster formerly of Semaphore now of Woodville 1911 acted as his executors Application 26007

HALL, Anthony merchant Pt Adelaide, died 23/8/1880 Semaphore. Estate worth £1,500. Husband of Mary Newell Hall. Father of Anthony Paget Hall merchant Pt Adelaide. RW Hall of Parkside likely to belong to this family Memorial 69/465

HALL, Anthony merchant Pt Adelaide, died 23/8/1880, at the Semaphore. He left his estate to his wife, Mary Newell Hall. His son, Anthony Paget Hall, was the executor. Anthony HALL was a brother of George Hall MLC, and rented his Pt Adelaide store from him. George Hall’s wife called Jessie Enrolment 40/53

No 2

HALL, Anthony merchant Nuriootpa 1858 Memorial 75/135

No 3

HALL, Anthony clerk to Messrs MANN & THORNTON solicitors Adelaide 1883 Memorial 55/347

HALL, Anthony solicitor Broken Hill NSW 1890 Memorial 46/404

No 1

HALL, AP merchant Semaphore 1879 Memorial 75/315

HALL, Anthony Paget merchant Pt Adelaide 1883 Memorial 222/351

HALL, Anthony Paget miller The Semaphore 1895 Memorial 45/426

HALL, Anthony Paget miller Semaphore, died 28/11/1907. Estate worth £100. Father of Robert Mark Maclaren Hall farmer Semaphore and brother to Sarah Jessie Hall spinster Semaphore. By 1910, RMM Hall had become a farm manager at Brooklyn WA and Sarah Jessie Hall had moved to Woodville Memorials 68 & 70/465

HALL, A auctioneer Lucindale 1891 Memorial 5/410

No 1

HALL, Arthur James farmer Mintaro linked with Edmund Hall labourer Mintaro and Eva Serina Hall his wife 1943 Memorial 44/517

HALL, Arthur James grazier Mintaro 1962, born 8/8/1901, declared he had lived at Mintaro since 1918 Application 29455

HALL, Arthur Stephen farmer Willowie Hundred of Willowie land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 741 County Frome

No 1

HALL, Benjamin carter Walkerville 1854 [Likely the same person who had been renting land in Walkerville from GF Angas by 1851] Memorials 411/36 & 274/69

No 2

HALL, Benjamin woodcarver Adelaide 1864 Memorial 181/194

HALL, Benjamin cabinetmaker Adelaide 1876[-1877] Memorial 190/288

HALL, Benjamin [formerly cabinetmaker Adelaide but now] carrier Adelaide in partnership with Johann Friedrich Hohnholz cabinetmaker Adelaide (Pirie St) trading under the style or firm of Hall and Hohnholz, became bankrupts in 1878 Memorial 187/297

No 3

HALL, Benjamin labourer Northfield 1905 Memorial 106/454

HALL, Benjamin formerly labourer Northfield but now out of business Stepney 1924 Memorial 85/491

HALL, Cecilia and Elizabeth of Gouger St, Adelaide 1912 Memorial 84/466

No 1

HALL, Charles yeoman Adelaide 1848 Memorial 257/13

HALL, Charles farmer formerly of Adelaide but now of Magill 1853 Memorial 212/57

HALL, Charles gardener Magill 1850[-1853] Memorial 279/23

HALL, Charles farmer Magill 1853 Memorial 236/54

HALL, Charles storekeeper Magill 1856 Memorial 315/99

HALL, Charles publican World's End Hotel, Magill 1856[-1859] Memorial 200/120

HALL, Charles publican World's End Hotel, Magill, and Jeannet Hall his wife 1858 Memorial 210/279

HALL, Charles formerly licensed victualler Magill 1853 but now storekeeper Home Park 1869 Application 10085

HALL, Charles licensed victualler World's End Hotel, Magill, died 13/7/1874. By 1883, his son, Robert Hall, was a blacksmith at Magill Memorial 172/350

HALL, Charles licensed victualler Magill, died 13/7/1874. Husband of Janet Hall. His son, Robert Hall, had died by 1894. Robert Hall's widow, Mary Ann Hall, became the legal guardian of their children - Charles Hall (11 in 1894), Janet Hall (12 in 1894) ad John Robert Hall (11 in 1894) Memorial 29/421

No 2

HALL, Charles Minister of the Gospel Glenelg 1849 Memorial 184/17

HALL, Charles Protestant Minister Willunga 1851 Memorial 394/36

HALL, Charles minister of the gospel Homerton House District of Willunga 1855 Memorial 348/87

HALL, Charles Minister of the Gospel formerly of Willunga 1851 but now of O'Halloran Hill 1865 Application 6145

HALL, Charles Congregational minister Happy Valley 1866 Memorial 141/236

HALL, Charles of Happy Valley 1866 Memorial 173/216

No 3

HALL, Charles farmer Dry Plains near Strathalbyn Hundred of Bremer land grant 1863 Grant Book 36 Page 36 County Hindmarsh

HALL, Charles linked with Stephen Hall both farmers Strathalbyn 1864 Application 5354

HALL, Charles farmer near Strathalbyn 1867 Memorial 45/225

HALL, Charles farmer Strathalbyn Hundred of Appila land grant 1880 Grant Book 24 Page 500 County Frome

No 5

HALL, Charles gentleman Adelaide Hundred of Hynam land grant 1882 Grant Book 29 Page 168 County MacDonnell

No 6

HALL, Charles farmer Willowie 1885 Memorial 190/367

No 7

HALL, Charles farmer Eurelia 1885[-1889] Memorial 231/368

No 8

HALL, Charles farmer Coomooroo 1886 Memorial 42/378

No 9

HALL, Charles labourer Wardlaw Vale Blackwood 1896[-1897] Memorial 224/429, Application 23269

No 10

HALL, Charles hotelkeeper Lower Mitcham 1903 Memorial 13/449

No 11

HALL, Charles storekeeper Magill 1907 Application 25334

HALL, Charles Edmund Strode linked with mining lease Section 433 Wankaringa Eastern Plains 1881 Memorial 31/334

No 1

HALL, Charles Edwin engine driver Kensington and Esther Hall his wife 1909 Memorial 35/462

HALL, Charles Edwin engine driver Kingston S-E. His wife, Esther Hall, died 25/10/1915 Unley Memorial 137/473

HALL, Charles Edwin retired railway servant Kingston S-E, died 8/9/1916. Father of Victor Edwin Hall storekeeper Kingston Memorial 50/475

HALL, Charles Simeon Esquire formerly of Kingscote, but now of Adelaide 1839 Enrolment/

HALL, Clifford Howard farmer Redbanks 1949 Memorial 16/524

No 1

HALL, Cornelius Edward warehouseman Adelaide (Carrington St) linked with Ebenezer Hall stockowner near Narracoorte 1876 Memorial 18/297

HALL, Cornelius Edward draper Adelaide (Pt TA 78 Hindley St) 1879 Memorial 168/319

HALL, Cornelius Edward and John Trail MCLEAN drapers Adelaide (Pt TA 83 Rundle St) trading under the style or firm of Hall & McLean 1880 Memorial 246/323

HALL, Cornelius Edward warehouseman Adelaide (Carrington St) Hundred of Joyce land grant 1882 Grant Book 51 Page 9 County Robe

HALL, Cornelius Edward and Henry SAVAGE drapers Adelaide (Pt TA 84 Rundle St) 1895 Memorial 7/425

HALL, Cornelius Edward draper Adelaide (Pt TA 84 Rundle St), became a bankrupt in 1902 Memorial 42/449

No 1

HALL, Daniel farmer Lyndoch Valley 1849 Memorial 240/18

HALL, Daniel farmer Lyndoch Valley. Hundred of Barossa land grant 1849 Grant Book 1 Page 31 County Adelaide

HALL, Daniel and Hugh Hall farmers Lyndoch Valley 1855[-1856] Memorial 117/101

HALL, Daniel and Richard farmers Lyndoch Valley 1855 Memorial 336/93

HALL, Daniel farmer Kapunda Hundred of Kapunda land grant 1858 Grant Book 44 Page 136 County Light

HALL, Daniel farmer [formerly of Lyndoch Valley but now of] Kapunda 1861 Memorial 227/216

No 2

HALL, Daniel husbandman Bowden 1847 Memorial 131/531

HALL, Daniel farmer Little Para 1866[-1870] Memorial 75/209

HALL, Daniel farmer Myrtle Valley near the Little Para 1867 Memorial 18/219

HALL, Daniel farmer Gawler Plains father of Elizabeth BIGGS nee Hall the wife of Edward Biggs yeoman Bowden 1868 Memorial 247/227

HALL, Daniel Richard Charles Walter club steward Mile End 1902[-1908] Memorial 210/454

No 1

HALL, Ebenezer farmer near Naracoorte Co Robe Hundred of Glen Roy land grant 1876 Grant Book 29 Page 285 County MacDonnell

HALL, Ebenezer farmer Joyce Co Robe 1877 Memorial 246/304

HALL, Ebenezer farmer Hundred of Joyce Lucindale (Hundred of Joyce) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 50 Page 133 County Robe

No 2 – perhaps a continuation of No 1

HALL, Ebenezer storekeeper Licindale Co Robe. Custon (Hundred of Tatiara) township allotment land grant 1882 Grant Book 7 Page 73 County Buckingham

HALL, Ebenezer storekeeper Lucindale 1883[-1887] Memorial 198/352

HALL, Ebenezer sheepfarmer Lucindale. Hundred of Waterhouse land grant 1885 Grant Book 50 Page 27 County Robe

HALL, Ebenezer farmer Lucindale 1885 Memorial 149/365

HALL, Ebenezer JP merchant Lucindale 1887[-1895] Memorial 199/517

HALL, Ebenezer storekeeper Lucindale trustee Institute Lucindale Lucindale (Hundred of Joyce) township allotment land grant 1889 Grant Book 50 Page 133a County Robe

HALL, Ebenezer auctioneer Lucindale and Fanny Sophia Hall his wife 1891[-1893] Memorial 189/411

HALL, Ebenezer storekeeper and grazier Lucindale trustee Showground Lucindale Hundred of Joyce land grant 1900 Grant Book 51 Page 11 County Robe

HALL, Edmund Leslie traffic operations superintendent 13 Canterbury Ave, Trinity Gardens, aged 49 in 1969, declared that he had begun working for the Municipal Tramways Trust in 1937 Application 29736

No 1

HALL, Edward farmer Golden Grove 1857[-1864] Memorial 227/126

HALL, Edward farmer Peachey Belt near Salisbury 1859 Memorial 350/150

HALL, Edward farmer Gillingham Farm Peachey Belt, died 1877 Memorial 194/301, Application 25320

HALL, Rachael widow Gillingham Farm Peachey Belt relict of the late Edward Hall farmer Gillingham Farm who died 16/7/1877. Samuel and Thomas Hall farmers Peachey Belt belonged to this family Memorial 167 & 168/307

HALL, Rachael widow formerly of Gillingham Farm Peachey Belt but now of Dublin relict of the late Edward Hall formerly farmer Gillingham Farm but now deceased 1896 Memorial 99/428

No 2

HALL, Edward mason Willunga 1866 Application 7692

HALL, Edward mason formerly of Aldinga 1858 now of Willunga 1867. Linked with Henry Hall mason Willunga Application 8483

HALL, Edward mason Aldinga Hundred of Melville land grant 1876 Grant Book 19 Page 76 County Fergusson

No 1

HALL, Edwin farmer Little Para 1853 Memorial 318/150

HALL, Edwin farmer Two Wells 1887 Memorial 74/388

HALL, Edwin farmer Two Wells 1893 Application 22569

HALL, Edwin Harold Clarence storekeeper Bute trustee Institute Bute 1905 Grant Book 14 Page 400 County Daly

HALL, Elias labourer Adelaide, bought lots 266 and 337 at Thebarton in 1840. He fenced in the property and built a hut on the site, as well as establishing a vegetable garden. His daughter, Martha Hall, was born in the hut on 12/10/1840. She later became the wife of Jonathan COULLS engineer Hackney. By 1882, she had become a widow and lived in Brompton Park. In 1846, Mrs Elias Hall died while drawing water from a well on the land. In 1851, Elias Hall went to the Victorian diggings, leaving his two daughters in the care of James GOOD publican Butcher’s Arms, Port Road. When Elias Hall returned in 1860, he found that Mr Good had lost the deeds to the Thebarton property. James Good left for Victoria and died there. Elias Hall died 18/12/1869, after living since his return with his friends, the Jacques, publicans of the Black Lion Inn, Hindmarsh. Elias Hall’s son, Joseph Holmes Hall, pulled down the hut in 1870. He was also now dead and his widow, Isabella Hall, lived in Wright St, Adelaide 1882. Between the time that Elias Hall left for Victoria and 1882, no one used his land at Thebarton Application 19251

No 1

HALL, Eliza widow Lower Finniss 1876 Memorial 163/290

HALL, Eliza widow near Belvidere near Strathalbyn 1882 Memorial 223/345

No 1

HALL, Elizabeth widow Adelaide 1850[-1862] Memorial 121/23

No 2

HALL, Elizabeth widow Adelaide. Relict of William Hall the Younger 1857 Memorial 308/124

HALL, Elizabeth widow licensed victualler Castle Inn, Adelaide mother of Sarah Hall spinster Adelaide 1859 Memorial 61/157

No 3

HALL, Elizabeth spinster Navan township 1877 Memorial 131/297

HALL, Frederick Corporation employee Port Road, Bowden 1904 Application 24786

HALL, Gavin carpenter Caltowie Pt Germein township allotment land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 692 County Frome

No 1

HALL, George Esquire Adelaide, power of attorney to Thomas WILLIAMS Esquire The Hermitage, to manage his SA business affairs 2/6/1841. He bought 12 sections of land along a tributary of the Little Para in the Little Para Special Survey 22/8/1840. T Williams remained G Hall’s attorney after he had become Governor of Parkhurst Prison on the Isle of Wight Enrolment 22/1

No 2

HALL, George Esquire Alberton 1844[-1847] Memorial 128/4

HALL, George MLC Pt Adelaide, about to be absent from the province for some time, power of attorney to Anthony HALL shipping agent Pt Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 2/12/1852 Deposit 64/OA

HALL, George Esquire formerly of Pt Adelaide but at present in England 1854 Memorial 324/62

HALL, George and Anthony merchants Pt Adelaide 1854 Memorial 471/76

HALL, George and Anthony merchants and co-partners Pt Adelaide 1856 Memorial 499/95

HALL, George Esquire Adelaide 1856 He owned the Britannia Hotel at Pt Adelaide, leasing it for 16 years at £520 a year to John SMITH licensed victualler Pt Adelaide from 1855 Memorial 425/95

HALL, George Esquire MLC Woodside House near Mitcham [formerly of Pt Adelaide], declared that Robert LIDDELL Esquire Leith, Co Midlothian, Scotland, was his maternal uncle 'and that he was intimately acquainted with him'. Robert Liddell Hall Esquire Goodwood Road most likely also belonged to this family 1860 Application 12993

HALL, George MLC Mitcham, died 28/1/1867. Robert Gore NEILL accountant Pirie St, Adelaide 1944 knew what had happened to the two nieces, children of George Hall’s brother, Anthony Hall, mentioned in George Hall's will. Lilly HARDWICK formerly Hall married woman of England, died 23/3/1915. Sarah Jessie Hall otherwise known as Jessie Hall spinster Woodville, died 11/1/1927. The Hall sisters had a life interest in trust in the Hall estate, then it had to be sold and the proceeds went to their children in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant Application 29486

HALL, George merchant Pt Adelaide, died 1867. He left his house in trust and an annuity of £400 for her lifetime to his wife, Jessie Hall. £100 annuity to his sister, Margaret MacDonald Hall, for her lifetime. These annuities to come out of the income of the testator's real estate at Pt Adelaide. Income from his residual estate in SA to go in trust for life to his nieces, Tilly and Jessie Hall, daughters of his brother, Anthony Hall. His residual estate in England and Scotland to be sold and the money to go to his sister, Mary Hall, who married the Rev'd Mark BRYDEN at Kirkaldy, Scotland, in 1836. However, Mrs Bryden died during her husband's lifetime. Family of nine children. Their youngest son, Mark Johnston Bryden, was a bank clerk living at North Adelaide in 1885. George Hall was also a brother to Robert Liddell Hall, who had died 5/3/1864. His widow and children still alive in 1885 Memorial 247/218, Deposits 141-142/1885 FIND

HALL, Jessie widow 20 Landsdowne Crescent, Notting Hill, London, Middlesex, England 1886 relict of the late George Hall MLC now deceased, who died 28/1/1867 at Mitcham Memorial 136/386

No 2 - perhaps the same person

HALL, George gardener Kensington 1850 Memorial 250/27

HALL, George ginger beer maker Marryatville 1865[-1868] Memorial 262/207

No 3

HALL, George carter Little Para Co Adelaide. Hundred of Grace land grant 1858 Grant Book 27 Page 5 County Gawler

No 4

HALL, George farmer Redbanks 1873 Application 12867

No 5

HALL, George and Robert William Hall clerks Parkside Co Adelaide. Hundred of Pirie land grant 1880 Grant Book 60 Page 295 County Victoria

HALL, George and Robert William clerks Parkside Co Adelaide. Terowie (Hundred of Terowie) township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 40 Page 97 County Kimberley

HALL, George accountant Parkside Co Adelaide. Hundred of Davenport land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 662 County Frome

No 6

HALL, George Wesleyan minister Kingston S-E 1885 Memorial 124/371

HALL, George Minister of the Gospel Yankalilla 1897 Application 23478

HALL, George Methodist minister Clarendon 1902 Memorial 50/446

HALL, George Methodist Minister of the Gospel Stirling East 1913 Application 26516

HALL, George Methodist minister Payneham 1914 Memorial 16/471

No 7

HALL, George bank clerk Adelaide 1886 Memorial 250/379

No 1

HALL, George L of Hawker 1883 Memorial 249/349

HALL, George Liddell bank manager Hawker 1886 Memorial 50/376

HALL, George Liddell broker Adelaide 1890 Memorial 24/401

No 1

HALL, Grace Bennett spinster Adelaide (Rundle St) 1860[-1862] Memorial 42/163

HALL, Grace Bennett spinster formerly of Rundle St, Adelaide 1860 but now of Norwood 1871 Application 11737

HALL, Grace Bennett spinster Adelaide 1872 Application 11919

HALL, Gordon manager National Bank Petersburg 1886 Memorial 243/374

No 1

HALL, Henry farmer Section 1605 Hundred of Nuriootpa 1853 Memorial 331/55

HALL, Henry farmer Sheaoak Log 1866 Memorial 81/209

HALL, Henry farmer near Stockport on the Gilbert Hundred of Dalkey land grant 1880 Grant Book 26 Page 225 County Gawler

HALL, Henry farmer Owen Hundred of Dalkey land grant 1893 Grant Book 26 Page 247 County Gawler

HALL, Henry Charles shepherd Mt Bryan. Hundred of Hallett land grant 1878[-1881] Grant Book 8 Page 94 County Burra

HALL, Henry Thomas farmer Mannanarie 1895 Memorial 39/426

HALL, Herbert chill maker Adelaide 1877 Memorial 106/300

HALL, Herbert E clerk to SA Farm & Estate Agency, Adelaide 1908[-1919] Memorial 4/473, Application 26748

HALL, Herbert James plumber Bowden 1926 Application 27452

No 1

HALL, Hugh yeoman Cowandilla 1843 Tailor Hawdon St, Adelaide 1845 Husband of Marianne Hall 1845 Application 15983

HALL, Hugh yeoman Cowandilla 1843 Memorial 329/4

HALL, Hugh [formerly yeoman Cowandilla but now] tailor Adelaide (Hawdon St) and Marianne Hall his wife 1845 Memorial 331/4

HALL, Hugh farmer Lyndoch Valley 1852[-1855] Memorial 208/91

HALL, Hugh formerly of Lyndoch Valley but now tailor Adelaide 1855 Memorial 30/92

HALL, Hugh farmer Lyndoch Valley 1858 linked with William Hall tailor Adelaide Memorial 177/132

HALL, Hugh farmer formerly of Lyndoch Valley but now of Kapunda 1858 Memorial 165/143

HALL, Hugh farmer Allen Creek near Kapunda 1862 Memorial 346/185

HALL, Hugh farmer Allen Creek linked with Richard Hall bootmaker formerly of Allen Creek but now of Kapunda 1865 Memorial 236/201

HALL, Hugh farmer near Kapunda 1866 Memorial 110/213

HALL, Hugh tailor Adelaide 1874 [Apparently back in Adelaide c1866] Memorial 182/272

No 1

HALL, Isaac carpenter Hindmarsh 1849 Memorial 174/15 Hindmarsh District Building Society trustee 1854 Memorial 156/75

HALL, Isaac publican Black Lion Inn Richard St Hindmarsh 1850[-1860] Memorial 319/28

HALL, Isaac licensed victualler Hindmarsh Co Adelaide. Hundred of South Rhine land grant 1861 Grant Book 58 Page 251 County Sturt

HALL, Isaac farmer South Rhine Hundred of South Rhine land grant 1867 Grant Book 58 Page 271 County Sturt

HALL, Isaac farmer South Rhine, died 17/12/1903. Husband of Janifer Hall. Father of William Hall farmer Yorke Peninsula (by first wife) Holly Jenifer Hall and Ivy Elizabeth Hall [Perhaps other children as well] Memorial 146/450

HALL, Isaac farmer Mt Pleasant, died 17/12/1903 of diabetes and apoplexy, aged 83. One of Isaac Hall's executors, William Hall Henderson accountant East Adelaide, died 19/4/1912. This left Thomas Hall postmaster Unley 1918, the sole surviving executor for the will of Isaac Hall. Isaac Hall himself was last surviving trustee for the will of Thomas Henderson licensed victualler Vine Inn, Glen Osmond, who died c1862 Application 26559

No 1

HALL, Isaac Palmer gentleman Adelaide 1859 Memorial 259/160

HALL, Isaac Palmer surgeon Glenelg, died c1867, He left his entire estate to his wife, Annie Elizabeth Hall Memorial 250/226

HALL, J carpenter Queenstown 1854 Memorial 484/99

HALL, JA storekeeper Linwood 1904 Memorial 165/450

No 1

HALL, James labourer Pt Adelaide 1854 Memorial 284/65

No 2

HALL, James labourer Queenstown 1855 Beverley Primitive Methodist chapel trustee Memorial 131/94

No 3

HALL, James farmer Section 1571 Dry Creek 1844 Memorial 432/3

No 4
HALL, James farmer Dry Creek 1881[-1882] Memorial 133/334

No 5 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

HALL, James blacksmith Dry Creek. Hundred of Yatala land grant 1853 Grant Book 1 Page 67 County Adelaide

HALL, James blacksmith Dry Creek 1853[-1859] Memorial 492/62

HALL, James farmer Anstey Hill 1859 Application 227

HALL, James blacksmith formerly of Dry Creek but now of Hope Valley 1863 Memorial 27/191

HALL, James farmer near Hope Valley 1862 Memorial 260/185

HALL, James the Elder and Younger farmers near Hope Valley 1863 Memorial 190/189

HALL, James farmer Anstey Hill 1867 Memorial 229/219

HALL, James blacksmith Undertown near Houghton, died 2/11/1868. His wife, Elizabeth Hall, died 18/4/1882. By 1884, perhaps a member of the family - Phillis Elizabeth Hall, a widow, lived in Adelaide. Linked with James Hall and Richard Honey Hall farmers Dry Creek and John Thomas Hall no description Memorial 70/358

HALL, James the Elder blacksmith Undertown near Houghton, died 2/11/1868. His widow, Elizabeth Hall widow Hope Valley, died 18/4/1882, of diarrhoea and exhaustion, aged 75. Their son, James Hall the Younger farmer lived at Dry Creek 1887 Application 21146

HALL, James the Elder blacksmith formerly Section 821 Hundred of Yatala, late of Undertown near Houghton, died 2/11/1868. His wife, Elizabeth Hall nee GLANVILLE, died 18/4/1882. Their children named in the will for bequests included - James Hall the Younger farmer Dry Creek, John Thomas Hall and Richard Honey Hall, Hannah Maria Harriett Hall, Elizabeth Glanville PERRY wife of John Perry of Lovington; Martha BEALEY wife of William DICKINSON farmer Tea Tree Gully; granddaughter Maria Jane Hall daughter of his deceased son, Isaac Hall Application 25306

HALL, Elizabeth widow Undertown near Houghton relict of the late James Hall formerly blacksmith Undertown now deceased 1877 Memorial 196/299

HALL, James farmer near Hope Valley 1886 Application 20926

No 6

HALL, James farmer Angas Special Survey 1851[-1853] Memorial 137/45 Farmer Strathalbyn 1852[-1859] Memorial 127/45 Farmer Angas Survey 'about 5 miles from Strathalbyn' 1853 Memorial 470/51

No 7

HALL, James farmer Mt Torrens 1856 Memorial 59/99

HALL, James carpenter Mt Pleasant and Mary Hall his wife 1871 Memorial 124/272

No 8 - perhaps the same person

HALL, James licensed victualler Salisbury [James McDonnell Hotel] and Lydia Hall his wife 1875 Memorial 178/280

HALL, James licensed victualler Kadina took over the lease of the Langham Hotel formerly the City Market Hotel Adelaide (Gouger St) 1890 Memorial 227/405

No 9

HALL, James bootmaker Hoyleton Co Stanley. Hundred of Booyoolie land grant 1877 Grant Book 60 Page 153 County Victoria

No 10

HALL, James farmer Highercombe 1881 Memorial 98/334

No 11

HALL, James of Clare St, Portland Estate linked with William Hall grocer Portland Estate 1882 Memorial 107/345

HALL, James storekeeper Portland Estate 1885 Application 20791

No 12

HALL, James labourer Bordertown 1885 Memorial 44/365

HALL, James labourer Bordertown. Hundred of Wirrega land grants 1886 Grant Book 7 Page 45 County Buckingham

No 13 FIND LAND GRANT CHECK RUN

HALL, James miner Moonta Mines. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1884 Grant Book 14 Page 89 County Daly

HALL, James farmer near Moonta linked with Joseph Hall farmer Cunliffe 1885 Memorial 245/363

HALL, James farmer near Moonta 1887[-1894] Memorial 183/383

No 14

HALL, James farmer Penang 1886 Memorial 195/380

No 15

HALL, James shoemaker Hoyleton. Hundred of Blyth land grant 1890 Grant Book 56 Page 366 County Stanley

No 16 - perhaps the same person

HALL, James Mayor of Norwood 1891 Application 22137

HALL, James manufacturer Norwood 1898 Memorial 184/433

No 17

HALL, James farmer Kingscote Kangaroo Island. Hundred of Menzies land grant 1911 Grant Book 11 Page 67 County Carnarvon

HALL, James Akroyd storekeeper's assistant Snowtown received real estate from John YOUNG sheepfarmer Mt Templeton Consideration 'natural love and affection' [Perhaps linked with FA Hall of Snowtown the witness??] 1898 Memorial 84/436

No 1

HALL, James Charles stockdealer Salisbury 1888 Memorial 120/395

HALL, James Charles stockdealer formerly of Salisbury but now of Mile End 1899 Application 23906

No 1

HALL, James John corporal in the mounted police Adelaide and Edward Magrath HALL yeoman Adelaide 1849 Memorial 149/15 Are they related?

HALL, James John SA mounted police force corporal Adelaide linked with Edward Magrath Hall butcher Kooringa 1852 Memorial 59/39

HALL, James John sergeant Major in the Mounted Police Force Adelaide 1853[-1860] Memorial 110/51

HALL, James John SA police force inspector Adelaide 1861 Memorial 247/176

HALL, James John Sergeant Major in the Mounted Police Adelaide, died c1863. He left his entire estate to his wife, Bridget. Executors - Thomas ATKINSON farmer Willunga and William HALL farmer Little Para Application 15909

HALL, James John mounted police sergeant-major Adelaide, died c 1863. Linked with William Hall farmer Little Para, who was there in 1853. Thomas ATKINSON farmer Willunga the other executor Memorial 291/191

HALL, James John police inspector Adelaide 1853, died c1863. Husband of Bridget Hall. Executors: Thomas ATKINSON farmer Willunga and William Hall farmer Little Para Memorial 192/423

HALL, Bridget widow Willunga relict of the late James John Hall formerly police inspector Adelaide now deceased 1864 Memorial 22/193

HALL, Bridget widow Willunga, about to marry Thomas MARTIN slate merchant Willunga. Marriage settlement trustees; James Bailey BASSETT preceptor Willunga and Thomas SARA builder Willunga 30/12/1867 Memorial 75/227, Deposit 1/1868

HALL, James William Thomas lime merchant Adelaide and Emily Hall his wife 1892 Memorial 66/414

HALL, Janet widow Magill, died 30/6/1892. She left her entire estate to Mary Ann Hall widow Magill Memorial 82/414

No 1 - possibly the same person

HALL, John of Balhannah in the 1840s was the father of Thomas Hall Application 10049

HALL, John farmer Mt Barker 1847 Memorial 149/10

HALL, John farmer Maryfield Mt Barker Springs near Mt Barker 1861 Application 2282

HALL, John farmer Maryfield Mt Barker Creek 1863 Application 4627

HALL, John farmer Maryfield near Mt Barker 1863[-1865] Memorial 104/191, Application 4868

HALL, John farmer Maryfield Mt Barker Springs, died 24/2/1872, leaving the bulk of his estate to his wife, Eliza Hall, for life, then to his son, Thomas Hall farmer Bugle Ranges. Other bequests to his unnamed step-daughters. Thomas Hall died 5/2/1884 intestate. His widow, Elizabeth Hall, took out letters of administration for the estate. Eliza Ann Hall widow of the late John Hall farmer near Nairne, died 11/3/1902, os syncope and senile decay, aged 80. Elizabeth Hall died 20/3/1887 Application 24585

HALL, John farmer Maryfield Mt Barker Springs (Section 4188 and pt Section 4485 Hundred of Strathalbyn), died 24/2/1872. Probably related to Thomas Hall of the Bugle Ranges Memorials 112 & 114/364

HALL, Mrs Eliza The Mount near Mt Barker 1891 Application 22012

No 2 - possibly the same person

HALL, John yeoman Adelaide 1849 Memorial 299/18

HALL, John gentleman Adelaide 1853[-1859] Hundred of Nuriootpa land purchase Memorial 142/53

HALL, John of Elizabeth St, Adelaide 1857 Memorial 176/315

No 3

HALL John farmer near Macclesfield 1847 Memorial 373/23

No 4

HALL, John farmer Rowlands Flat 1851 Memorial 467/30

HALL, John the Younger farmer Rowlands Flat 1852 Memorial 497/46

No 5 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

HALL, John married Ann ROSEWALL in the parish church at St Agnes, Cornwall, England on 23/7/1835. The family emigrated to SA RPA Search 291

HALL, John of Kooringa 1858 Memorial 302/135

HALL, John gold miner Clunes Vic eldest son and heir at law of the late John Hall formerly of Kooringa but now deceased 1870 Memorial 18/251

No 6

HALL, John storekeeper Strathalbyn 1859 Application 909

No 7

HALL, John of Marion on the Sturt eldest son and heir at law of the late Richard Hall formerly limeburner Marion deceased and his wife Elizabeth Hall presently surviving 1859 Memorial 2/153

HALL, John labourer Marion on the Sturt 1890. Eldest son and heir at law of the late Richard Hall formerly limeburner Marion now deceased. Gift of land from the Hall Estate to James Charles THREADGOLD gardener The Sturt 'in consideration of the agreement between John Hall and JC Threadgold in 1859 and of the love and affection which the said John Hall hath for the said JC Threadgold' Memorial 234/404

No 8 - perhaps the same person

HALL, John labourer Willunga 1864 Memorial 301/194

HALL, John labourer formerly of Willunga 1864 but now of Milang 1870 Application 11169

HALL, John stoker Milang 1869[-1870] Memorial 193/243

No 9

HALL, John farmer Dry Creek purchased Section 3228 Hundred of Munno Para 1866 Memorial 175/210

HALL, John [farmer and] publican Little Para 1876 Memorial 62/292

HALL, John publican General Bolivar Hotel pt Section 3228 Hundred of Munno Para had died by mid 1882 Memorial 38/343

HALL, John publican The Para, died 1/2/1878. His estate worth £650 Memorial 69/306

No 10

HALL, John labourer Penola 1877[-1889] Memorial 130/303

HALL, John labourer Penola linked with John William Hall baker Penola 1906 Memorial 90/456

No 11

HALL, John farmer Wistow 1882 Memorial 95/337

No 12

HALL, John navvy Lower Mingary Out of Hundreds and Jane Hall his wife. Cockburn (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1886 Grant Book 65 Page 168 County Not named

No 1

HALL, John Jewell painter Adelaide 1855[-1859] Memorial 2/86

HALL, John Jewell plumber Adelaide 1860 Memorial 118/169

No 2

HALL, John J clerk to William JOHNSON solicitor Adelaide 1850 Application 13365

HALL, John J clerk to H JOHNSON solicitor Adelaide 1851 Memorial 153/37

HALL, John Joseph clerk to Henry JOHNSON solicitor Adelaide 1852 Memorial 447/43

HALL, John J clerk to Messrs BARTLEY & BAKEWELL solicitors Adelaide 1852[-1853] Memorial 190/45

HALL, John Joseph clerk to Messrs BARTLEY, BAKEWELL & STOW solicitors Adelaide 1853[-1857] Memorial 80/58

HALL, John Robert labourer Littlehampton and Rebecca Hall his wife 1889[-1904] Memorial 148/399, Application 24884

HALL, John William baker Penola 1906 Application 25340

No 1 - perhaps the same person

HALL, Joseph storekeeper formerly of North Adelaide, but now of Hobart VDL 1844 Memorial 106/4, Application 19662

HALL, Joseph storekeeper Adelaide (Hindley St) Sep 1846 Memorial 54/7

HALL, Joseph of Kermode St, North Adelaide and Sarah Hall his wife Nov 1846 [Jane Hall named as Joseph Hall's wife in Application 3696 - See No 3] Memorial 199/242

HALL, Sarah widow Adelaide relict of the late Joseph Hall formerly of Kermode St, North Adelaide now deceased 1869 Memorials 198/242 & 199/242

No 2- perhaps the same person

HALL, Joseph farmer Angas Survey 1848 Memorial 440/10

HALL, Joseph farmer Strathalbyn 1858[-1860] Memorial 59/136

No 3 - perhaps the same person

HALL, Joseph clerk to Messr C & FJ BECK of Hindley St, Adelaide 1849 Memorial 171/19

HALL, Joseph commission agent Adelaide 1850[-1856] Memorial 206/23

HALL, Joseph gentleman Adelaide 1853 Hundred of Goolwa land grant Memorial 184/58

HALL, Joseph the Elder broker North Adelaide, died 10/2/1857. By 1881, his widow, Jane Hall, was living in England, as was their daughter, Elizabeth Jane Hall, now married to a Mr THOMPSON. The two sons, William Hall and Joseph Hall the Younger, remained in South Australia Memorial 206/331

HALL, Joseph Holmes labourer Thebarton 1854[-1860] Memorial 103/79

HALL, JP sheep farmer Bodcoomala 1865 Memorial 137/201

No 1

HALL, Keel schoolmaster Salisbury 1850[-1854] Memorial 500/27

HALL, Keel schoolmaster Salisbury, owned allotment 39 in Salisbury from 1850. When he went to the Victorian gold diggings in the 1850s [1854 or later], he sold his real estate to Thomas William MORAN without handing over any title transfer in his hurry to get away. He never returned to SA. In 1863 TW Moran gave the allotment to Eliza Skipworth, the daughter of great friends of his in Salisbury, the Augustus Frederick SKIPWORTHS. She married Phillip BARBARY miner Wallaroo on 11/4/1864. By 1906, she was living at Beulah Vic, having sold the land the year before, when on the point of moving interstate Application 27224

HALL, KW articled clerk to Messrs KINGSTON & KINGSTON solicitors Adelaide 1881 Memorial 13/334

No 1

HALL, Margaret spinster Mt Barker Creek 1851 Memorial 134/101

HALL, Margaret spinster Mt Barker Creek married Andrew LITTLE farmer Monarto on 24/7/1872. The Littles still lived at Monarto in 1904 Memorial 249/451 & RPA Search 2124

HALL, Mary spinster Semaphore 1887 Application 21245

HALL, Mary Ann Stodart of Snowtown 1896 Memorial 167/429

No 1

HALL, Mary Agnes hotelkeeper formerly of Walkerville but now of the Kooringa Hotel Kooringa 1923 Memorial 121/488

HALL, Mary Agnes hotelkeeper Kooringa Hotel Kooringa 1924 Memorial 125/491

HALL, Meschach commercial traveller Port Road, Bowden 1926 Application 27452

No 1

HALL, Patrick labourer Adelaide 1853 Memorial 168/56

HALL, Patrick labourer Kilkenny 1857 Memorial 236/123

HALL, Patrick farmer Kilkenny 1859[-1860] Memorial 114/164

HALL, Patrick James railway guard Peterborough 1924 Memorial 193/490

HALL, Percy Robert Warren motor driver Adelaide 1919 Memorial 153/478

No 1

HALL, Peter James gentleman Adelaide 1853 Memorial 60/48

HALL, Peter James painter and glazier Adelaide 1854 Memorial 198/77

HALL, Phillis Elizabeth widow Adelaide 1868[-1884] Memorial 138/230

No 1

HALL, R blacksmith Adelaide (236 Gouger St) 1904 Memorial 243/450

No 2

HALL, R farmer Pt Elliot 1908 Application 25479

HALL, RF solicitor Adelaide (Exchange Buildings, 26 Pirie St) 1939 Application 28202

No 1

HALL, Richard lime burner Marion 1848 Memorial 367/11

HALL, Richard married Elizabeth MARTIN in January 1821, in Melchbourne parish church, Beds, England. Six children - John Hall born 10/4/1822 Riseley, Beds (labourer Marion 1859), Thomas Martin Hall, Sarah Ann Hall (now Mrs Oliver HAZELDING by 1859), Susan Hall, Mary Hall and Elizabeth Hall (later deceased). The family arrived SA Isabella Watson on 6/4/1845. Richard Hall limeburner Nixon St, Marion, died 5/6/1850 intestate. William Martin labourer formerly of Melchbourne, Beds but now Gilbert St, Adelaide, a brother of Elizabeth Hall, gave the above information 3/5/1859 [Henry Nixon was the grantee for the Section on which Marion was laid out] Application 28713

No 2

HALL, Richard formerly of Adelaide but now farmer The Gum Station Co Stanley 1849 Memorial 123/15

No 3

HALL, Richard farmer Mt Barker District 1852 Memorial 261/45

HALL, Richard farmer Section 3839 Hundred of Macclesfield near Mt Barker 1853 Memorial 37/57

No 4

HALL, Richard yeoman Allen Creek Hundred of Kapunda land grant 1858 Grant Book 44 Page 131 County Light

HALL, Richard farmer Allen Creek 1858 linked with William Hall tailor Adelaide Memorial 6/144

No 5

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

HALL, Richard Honey farmer Kingscote Kangaroo Island. Hundred of Menzies land grant 1907 Grant Book 11 Page 64 County Carnarvon

HALL, Richard John Alexander licensed victualler Adelaide, died c1885, He left his entire estate to his wife, Lucy Ann Hall Memorial 223/371

No 1 - likely to be the same person

HALL, Robert publican Adelaide 1852 Memorial 245/44

HALL, Robert publican Adelaide, died 18/8/1866 rheumatic gout, aged 45 48Application 12348

No 2 - likely to be a continuation of No 1

HALL, Robert gentleman Adelaide (Hindley St) 1855 Memorial 457/91

HALL, Robert gentleman Adelaide 1855[-1858] Memorial 5/88

HALL, Robert photographer Adelaide 1858 Application 20363

HALL, Robert photographic artist Adelaide 1859[-1863] Memorial 123/153

No 3

HALL, Robert miner Nairne 1853 Memorial 438/48

No 4

HALL, Robert farmer Gawler Hills 1857 Memorial 225/113

No 5

HALL, Robert shoemaker Marden 1870 Memorial 64/249

HALL, Robert shoemaker Payneham 1870 Memorial 82/250

No 6

HALL, Robert saddler Rochester Co Stanley. Jamestown (Hundred of Belalie) township allotment land grant 1871[-1872] Grant Book 60 Page 132 County Victoria

HALL, Robert storekeeper Jamestown. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1873[-1875] Grant Book 60 Page 108 County Victoria

HALL, Robert storekeeper Jamestown 1874, possibly a family link with John HENDERSON storekeeper Glen Osmond Application 13384

HALL, Robert saddler Jamestown. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 114 County Victoria

HALL, Robert farmer Jamestown. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1876[-1879] Grant Book 60 Page 118 County Victoria

No 7

HALL, Robert livery stable keeper Adelaide (The Criterion Stables Waymouth St) 1883 Memorial 60/351

HALL, Robert Dennison Lucas licensed victualler Darlington 1926 Application 27504

HALL, Robert John Alexander gentleman Adelaide 1842[-1843] Memorial 264/1

No 1

HALL, Robert Liddell Esquire Adelaide 1841 By 1863 of Goodwood Road. Probably a brother to Hon George HALL MLC Woodside House near Mitcham. 1860. George Hall acted as local attorney for his uncle, Robert LIDDELL Esquire Leith, Scotland, in managing his SA investments. Anthony HALL merchant Pt Adelaide 1867 also appears to belong to this family Application 12993

HALL, Robert Liddell Esquire Adelaide. He had links with a Robert LIDDELL of Scotland Jan 1844[-1850] Memorial 289/3

HALL, Robert Liddell Esquire Goodwood Road 1860 Memorial 328/163

HALL, Robert Liddell Esquire Adelaide, died c1867. Wife and children mentioned but not named. Brother to Anthony and George Hall of Adelaide and Pt Adelaide Memorial 195/219

HALL, Robert Liddell was a brother to George Hall MLC. RL Hall married 12/10/1852 Mitcham, to Margaret nee WHAN. RL Hall died 5/3/1864. His family as at 1885 included Mary Lilias GORDON nee Hall wife of Robert Gordon merchant Pt Augusta, George Hall, Margaret Ann Hall, Robert William Hall, Jessie PELLY nee Hall wife of Rupert Pelly solicitor Adelaide, Alice Elizabeth Hall and Anthony James Alexander Hall (the youngest son born 16/7/1864). Margaret Hall widow Parkside (relict of RL Hall) supplied the above information in 1885 Deposit 142/1885

No 1

HALL, Robert Thomas Alexander gentleman Adelaide 1841 Memorial 33/1

HALL, RTA clerk to George MORPHETT Esquire solicitor Adelaide 1841 Application 8093

No 1

HALL, Robert William storekeeper Kadina. Wallaroo (Hundred of Wallaroo) township allotment land grant 1861 Grant Book 14 Page 15 County Daly

No 2

HALL, Robert William articled clerk Parkside Hundred of Davenport land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 661 County Frome

HALL, Robert William clerk to Strickland Gough KINGSTON solicitor Adelaide 1881 Application 18144

HALL, RW articled clerk to Messrs KINGSTON & KINGSTON solicitors Adelaide 1881[-1883] Memorial 52/329

HALL, RW articled clerk to CC KINGSTON solicitor Adelaide 1883 Memorial 180/351

HALL, RW assistant clerk to Messrs KINGSTON & KINGSTON solicitors Adelaide 1884 Memorial 156/356

HALL, RW solicitor Adelaide 1891 Memorial 22/411

No 1

HALL, Robert Wilson farmer Macaw Creek near Riverton 1865 Memorial 220/202

HALL, Robert W farmer Halldale Navan 1877 Memorial 131/297

HALL, Robert Wilson farmer Riverton 1880 Memorial 41/325

HALL, Robert Wilson farmer and JP Halldale Riverton, a brother to Isabella WICKINS widow Young St, Parkside 1904, and Elizabeth Hall spinster Halldale Riverton. Elizabeth Hall died 9/3/1878 Application 24876

HALL, S undertaker's assistant Mt Gambier 1899 Application 26006

HALL, Samson miner Yelta Mine Moonta 1866 Memorial 124/213

No 1

HALL, Samuel miner Kooringa 1853 Memorial 370/52

HALL, Samuel miner Redruth 1857 Memorial 35/127

HALL, Samuel labourer Redruth 1862 Memorial 295/186

No 2

HALL, Samuel farmer Peachey Belt 1881 Memorial 177/337

HALL, Samuel of Peachey Belt Hundred of Dalkey land grant 1881[-1882] Grant Book 26 Page 230 County Gawler

HALL, Samuel farmer Owen 1889 Memorial 197/397

No 1

HALL, Samuel Reginald of Leigh St, Adelaide. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1851 Grant Book 1 Page 21 County Adelaide

HALL, Samuel Reginald plumber and glazier Adelaide (Leigh St) 1856 Application 27144

HALL, Samuel Reginald gentleman St Mary's South Road 1862 Application 2773

HALL, Samuel Reginald gentleman Bleak House, South Road 1863[-1866] Memorial 145/213

HALL, Samuel Reginald Esquire Bleak House, South Road near Adelaide 1866 Application 26978

HALL, Samuel Reginald Esquire Adelaide. Reginald D Hall witnessed his signature 1868 Memorial 197/231

No 1

HALL, Spencer Atkinson banker Hammond Hammond township allotment land grant 1884 Grant Book 24 Page 735 County Frome

HALL, Spencer Atkinson clerk Hammond Co Frome. Hundred of Kuitpo land grant 1886 Grant Book 2 Page 94 County Adelaide

HALL, Spencer Atkinson bank manager Willunga 1888 Memorial 207/425

HALL, Spencer Atkinson bank manager formerly of Adelaide but now of Noarlunga 1895. Likely to be a family link with Thomas Atkinson farmer Willunga Application 22913

HALL, Spencer Atkinson bank manager Noarlunga 1897[-1918] Memorial 77/431

HALL, Spencer Atkinson gentleman McLaren Vale 1910 Memorial 100/463

No 1

HALL, Stephen farmer Strathalbyn 1851[-1864] Memorial 249/47

HALL, Stephen of Strathalbyn 1860[-1861]. He could not write Application 1562, Application 2740

HALL, Stephen farmer Hundred of Bremer 1863 Application 4740

HALL, Stephen farmer Strathalbyn owned the Robin Hood Inn Strathalbyn 1868 Memorial 144/228

HALL, Sydney Edward Adelaide manager for HB CHAPMAN licensed land broker Adelaide and Mt Barker 1934 Application 27952

HALL, Theodore farmer Hindmarsh Valley 1851 Memorial 468/55

No 1

HALL, Thomas carpenter Gawler 1847 Memorial 259/9

HALL, Thomas of Gawler [probably carpenter Gawler] by 1846, died 10/4/1861 place unknown. By 1886, his widow, Jane Ann Hall, had remarried and become a widow again - Jane Ann BARNES widow Adelaide. Children still alive in 1886 included - Sarah HERRING nee Hall widow Adelaide, William Hall labourer Adelaide, Jane Ann VINE nee Hall wife of John Vine labourer Adelaide, Thomas Hall farmer Hundred of Barossa and John Edwin Hall saddler Adelaide Memorial 209/377

HALL, Thomas the Elder bought lot 18 on the corner of Tod St and Whitelaw Tce, Gawler in 1846. He fenced in the land and built a house, where he lived until his death on 10/4/1861. That year, Mrs Hall and her five children went to live in Adelaide and rented out their Gawler home until 1886, when she sold the property to John Felix MARTIN machinist Gawler. The Hall children included - Sarah HERRING nee Hall widow of Edwin Hardy Herring deceased Adelaide, William Hall labourer Adelaide, Jane Anne VINE wife of John Vine labourer Adelaide, Thomas Hall the Younger farmer Barossa and John Edwin Hall saddler Adelaide. Their mother had remarried to a Mr BARNES and was again widowed by 1887 Application 21179

No 2 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

HALL, Thomas farmer Mt Barker 1850[-1856] Memorial 371/23 Hundred of Strathalbyn land grant 1856 Memorial 82/110

HALL, Thomas farmer [likely to be the Younger] Hall Park near Macclesfield 1856 Memorial 136/101

HALL, Thomas farmer Strathalbyn 1862 Memorial 166/186

HALL, Thomas farmer formerly of Strathalbyn but now of Mt Barker 1864 Memorial 137/200

HALL, Thomas farmer Bugle Ranges 1864 Application 5060

HALL, Thomas the Elder gentleman Rose Hill near Mt Barker and Maria Hall his wife. Parents of Thomas Hall the Younger no description 1865 Memorial 41/260

HALL, Thomas [likely to be the Younger] sheep farmer Bugle Ranges, died 5/2/1884 intestate. Letters of administration to his widow, Elizabeth Hall, to settle the estate. Probably related to John Hall of Maryfield Mt Barker Springs Memorials 113 & 114/364

HALL, Thomas sheep farmer Bugle Ranges, died 5/2/1884 intestate. Letters of administration to his wife, Elizabeth Hall, to finalise his estate. Estate worth £8,000. Thomas Hall farmer Hall's Park near Macclesfield, had a land grant of Section 2873 Hundred of Strathalbyn in 1851. By 1919, the following people were mentioned in connection with his estate - Robert Hall, Thomas Hall, Mary WALLACE, Ellen EDDY, Margaret LEITH, Isabella WILLIAMS, and Annie Younger HALL Application 26711

No 3

HALL, Thomas of Barton near Truro 1850 Memorial 2/33

HALL, Thomas publican Wheal Barton 1851[-1852] Memorial 445/35

No 4

HALL, Thomas farmer Adelaide 1853 Memorial 140/56

HALL, Thomas farmer Walkerville 1854[-1858] Memorial 32/63

No 5

HALL, Thomas gentleman Adelaide purchased land in Gawler 1853 Memorial 247/60

HALL, Thomas miner Ballarat Vic owned land in Gawler 1862 Memorial 54/209

No 6

HALL, Thomas brewer Willunga 1853[-1854] Memorial 107/51

No 7

HALL, Thomas farmer Section 3193 Hundred of Munno Para 1857 Memorial 3/118

HALL, Thomas farmer Smithfield 1868 Memorial 138/232

HALL, Thomas farmer Peachey Belt linked with Rachel Hall widow Gillingham Farm Peachey Belt 1889 Memorial 237/398

HALL, Thomas farmer formerly of Peachey Belt but now of Carron Vic 1893[-1907] Memorial 240/419

No 8

HALL, Thomas joiner Truro 1865 Memorial 30/207

No 9

HALL, Thomas labourer Auburn 1865 Application 6968

HALL, Thomas farmer Auburn 1871 Memorial 214/251

HALL, Thomas farmer Auburn Co Stanley. Hundred of Mannanarie land grant 1878 Grant Book 13 Page 75 County Dalhousie

No 10 - the Elder

HALL, Thomas innkeeper Bridge Hotel Echunga 1867 Memorial 167/252

HALL, Thomas the Elder formerly innkeeper Bridge Hotel Echunga, died 2/6/1872 [sic]. Husband of Maria Hall. Father of Thomas Hall the Younger builder Adelaide (the only son) Memorial 211/267

HALL, Thomas licensed victualler Echunga, died 3/6/1872, of angina pectoris, aged 66 Application 22875

No 11 - the Younger

HALL, Thomas the Younger builder Adelaide (South Tce) 1867 Memorial 121/227

HALL, Thomas builder Adelaide 1876 Memorial 179/293

No 12

HALL, Thomas 60 widower farmer Gawler Plains (Father: Thomas Hall) remarried to Sarah PANTER 56 widow Willaston (Father: William HARVEY) on 16/8/1876 Wesleyan Parsonage Gawler. Minister: J Young SAMPSON. Witnesses: Richard ADDIS farmer Willaston and Martha Jane Simpson of Gawler. Thomas Hall gentleman Willaston, died 9/1/1878, of bronchitis, aged 64 Application 25198

HALL, Sarah widow Willaston relict of the late Thomas Hall who died 9/1/1878 Memorial 54/307

HALL, Sarah widow Willaston 1878 Memorial 250/305

HALL, Sarah widow Willaston near Gawler 1900, declared that she had lived in Willaston from 1855, and was now 80 years old Application 24516

No 13

HALL, Thomas warehouseman Adelaide 1877 Application 16223

No 14

HALL, Thomas of Kingscote Kangaroo Island. Brownlow (Hundred of Menzies) township allotment land grant 1883 Grant Book 11 Page 46 County Carnarvon

No 15

HALL, Thomas joiner Warooka linked with William Henry Hall storekeeper Snowtown 1885[-1886] Memorial 28/368

No 16

HALL, Thomas farmer Hundred of Buckingham linked with William Hall farmer The Meadows 1885 Memorial 57/370

No 17

HALL, Thomas agent Broken Hill NSW 1898 Application 26153

HALL, Thomas Arthur Sinclair storekeeper Snowtown. Snowtown District Hospital trustee 1926 Memorial 181/494

HALL, Thomas B commercial traveller Adelaide 1875 Memorial 119/281

HALL, Thomas Edward bank clerk Terowie 1888[-1904] Memorial 114/392

HALL, Thomas George commercial traveller Adelaide 1884 Memorial 95/361

HALL, Thomas Henry farmer Gordon trustee unnamed Chapel Hundred of

Kanyaka Hundred of Kanyaka land grant 1894 Grant Book 49 Page 71 County Newcastle

No 1

HALL, Thomas Herne grocer Adelaide (Rundle St) 1850 Memorial 427/25

HALL, Thomas H of Kadina 1874[-1894] Memorial 171/277

HALL, Thomas Herne storekeeper Kadina trustee Institute Kadina 1874 Grant Book 14 Page 24 County Daly

HALL, Thomas William miner Echunga 1884 Memorial 248/362

HALL, Victor Edwin storekeeper Kingston S-E 1924 Memorial 184/491

No 1

HALL, William carpenter Adelaide 1843 Memorial 246/172

HALL, William builder near Adelaide 1861 Memorial 13/174

No 2 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

HALL, William publican Adelaide (Elizabeth St) 1852 Memorial 53/41

HALL, William publican Hindmarsh 1852 Memorial 396/42

HALL, William the Elder licensed victualler Adelaide 1854 7 year lease of the Butcher's Arms, Thebarton at £2 clear a week Memorial 403/67

HALL, William the Younger publican Adelaide, died c1857. He left his entire estate to his wife Elizabeth Hall absolutely Memorial 280/121, Enrolment 53/33

No 3 - perhaps the same person

HALL, William farmer Bull Creek 1855 Memorial 249/84

HALL, William farmer Green Hills [near Macclesfield] 1855 Memorial 446/92

HALL, William farmer Green Hills Meadows Special Survey 1858 Application 57

HALL, William farmer Springside Meadows 1865[-1877] Memorial 18/203

HALL, William farmer Meadows trustee; Kangarilla Wesleyan Methodist Chapel 1878 54Application 16596

HALL, William farmer formerly of Clarendon but now of Bull Creek. Meadows Wesleyan Methodist Chapel (Section 3490 Hundred of Kuitpo) continuing Trustee 1897 Application 23395

No 4

HALL, William the Younger farmer Adelaide 1856 Memorial 144/98

No 5

HALL, William tailor North Adelaide 1866 Memorial 158/222

No 6 - possibly the same person

HALL, William Supreme Court office keeper Adelaide 1877[-1880] Memorial 231/297

HALL, William the Younger civil servant Adelaide 1897[-1906] Memorial 19/433

No 7

HALL, William teamster Appila Hundred of Appila land grant 1879 Grant Book 24 Page 498 County Frome

No 8 – the Elder

HALL, William farmer Alma Hundred of Dalkey land grant 1880 Grant Book 26 Page 225 County Gawler

HALL, William farmer Dalkey Hundred of Dalkey land grant 1881 Grant Book 26 Page 230 County Gawler

HALL, William farmer Owen Hundred of Dalkey land grant 1885 Grant Book 26 Page 245 County Gawler

HALL, William the Elder farmer Hundred of Dalkey 1889 Memorial 67/398

HALL, William the Elder farmer Owen 1889 Memorial 240/398

HALL, William farmer Owen and Elizabeth Hall his wife 1898 Application 23610

No 9

HALL, William grocer Portland Estate 1885[-1889] Memorial 57/365

No 10

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

No 11

HALL, William labourer Alberton 1904 Application 24796

No 12

HALL, William storekeeper Nailsworth. Prospect Methodist Church trustee 1930 Memorial 30/503

HALL, William storekeeper Enfield. Enfield Methodist Church trustee 1930 Application 27786

No 13

HALL, William out of business Milang 1953 Memorial 58/528

HALL, William Edgar sheepfarmer Eurelia trustee Orroroo and District Hospital 1923 Grant Book 13 Page 231 County Dalhousie

HALL, William Edward farmer Strathalbyn 1907 Application 25360

HALL, William G of Snowtown 1896 Memorial 164/429

No 1

HALL, William Henry sheep farmer Mt Templeton 1884[-1896] Memorial 155/358

No 2

HALL, William Henry sheepfarmer Snowtown 1884 Memorial 2/361

HALL, William Henry storekeeper Snowtown 1884[-1902] Memorial 192/358, Application 24430

No 2

HALL, William Henry agent Glen Osmond Co Adelaide. Snowtown (Hundred of Barunga) township allotment land grant 1906 Grant Book 14 Page 175 County Daly

HALL, William Henry agent Snowtown. Snowtown (Hundred of Barunga) township allotment land grant 1906 Grant Book 14 Page 163 County Daly

HALL, William Henry agent Glen Osmond 1907[-1908] Memorial 185/456

HALL, William Henry agent Glen Osmond. Links with the PHILLIS family of Mt Pleasant 1909 Memorial 239/461

HALL, William Henry agent formerly of Glen Osmond but now of Toorak 1917 Application 26461

No 1

HALL, William Holmes gentleman Adelaide 1857 Memorial 78/113

HALL, William Holmes schoolmaster Norwood 1860 Memorial No 1

106/166

HALL, William Holmes formerly gentleman Adelaide 1857 but now schoolmaster Magill 1862 Application 3677

No 1

HALL, William John saddler Bute trustee Institute Bute 1905[-1929] Grant Book 14 Page 400 County Daly

HALL, William John saddler Bute 1912 Memorial 229/466

HALLACK, EH secretary to the Adelaide Hospital 1879 Memorial 161/315

HALLACK, JW clerk to Messrs FENN & BRUCE solicitors Adelaide 1861 Memorial 207/179

No 1

HALLACK, William stock agent and Emily Hallack his wife Marryatville 1851 Memorial 93/36

HALLACK, William formerly stock agent Marryatville but now of Dunolly Vic. Father of Sarah COOMBER nee Hallack wife of George Coomber mechanical engineer Adelaide 1892 Memorial 1/413

HALLACK, Emily wife of William Hallack, Kensington, declared that she had married her former husband, Robert WRIGHT of Ampton, Suffolk, England, on 1/4/1839 at Sewham parish church, Co Cambridge. The Robert Wrights were living at Currency Creek SA by Jan 1841. Application 1921

HALLACK, Emily widow of the late William Hallack stockholder Ringmore Rd Marryatville, died 29/1/1883, senile decay, aged 72 Application 20669

HALLAM, Joseph farmer The Bremer 1858 Memorial 273/138

HALLAM, Thomas yeoman Norwood 1853 Memorial 480/49

HALLAMORE, Samuel of Victoria, attorney for the Union Bankof Australia Ltd 1903 Application 24520

No 1

HALLETT, Alfred Esquire Brighton, trustee for Christ Church, O’Halloran Hill 29/3/1848. He and his fellow trustees received a 20 acre grant of a glebe land, ‘of Her Majesty’s special grace’. Enrolment 18/4

HALLETT, Alfred Esquire Morphett Vale 1854 Memorial 367/73

HALLETT, Alfred Esquire East Payneham 1855[-1856] Memorial 315/93

HALLETT, Alfred Esquire Payneham linked with John Hallett Esquire Ilfracombe near Adelaide 1866 Memorial 119/217

HALLETT, Alfred Esquire Payneham 1870 Application 11036

HALLETT, Alfred gentleman Medindie, died 3/11/1877 of morbus cordis, 56aged 63 Application 16609

HALLETT, Alfred gentleman Adelaide, died 3/11/1877 at Medindie. Husband of Catherine Hallett Memorial 69/305

HALLETT, Catherine widow Adelaide, about to be absent from the province for some time, power of attorney to Henry Archibald PRICE accountant Adelaide, to manage her SA business affairs 17/3/1879 Deposit 1639/1879

HALLETT, Catherine widow Medindie 1879[-1882] Memorial 230/315

HALLETT, Catherine widow Heathfield House, Pt Elliot 1889 Memorial 195/399

No 1

HALLETT, Alfred manager near Kooringa 1873 Memorial 77/271

HALLETT, Alfred chaff and wood merchant Redruth 1882 Memorial 114/337

No 1

HALLETT, Alfred Selby drover Adelaide 1878 Memorial 48/335

HALLETT, Alfred Selby gentleman Thargomindah Qld 1882 Memorial 108/345

No 1

HALLETT, Charles James Archibald gentleman Pt Elliot linked with Catherine Hallett widow Heathfield House Pt Elliot 1891 Memorial 145/408

HALLETT, Charles James Archibald gentleman Heathfield House, Pt Elliot, about to leave the province for some time, power of attorney to James Douglas STUART vigneron Happy Valley, to manage his SA business affairs 9/1/1893 Deposit 7/1893

HALLETT, Charles James Archibald gentleman Heathfield House, Pt Elliot linked with George Frederick Hallett civil servant Adelaide and Catherine Hallett widow Heathfield House, Pt Elliot 1904 Memorial 62/452

No 1

HALLETT, Edward Regia stockholder Glenelg 1876 Memorial 196/288

HALLETT, Edward Regia sheep farmer Burnside 1877 Memorial 27/297

HALLETT, Edward Regia gentleman Baraldam near Blackall Qld 1882 Memorial 229/345

HALLETT, Edward Regia gentleman Baraldam near Blackall Qld, power of attorney to Charles Fletcher FENN solicitor Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 30/11/1882 Deposit 293/1882

No 1

HALLETT, George tailor Clarendon 1856 Memorial 128/107

HALLETT, George tailor formerly of Clarendon but now of Adelaide 1857 Memorial 339/122

HALLETT, George Frederick Esquire Adelaide 1880 Application 18298

HALLETT, Harriet Isabella married woman Gawler 1933 Application 27925

HALLETT, Henry Augustus Esquire 21 Leinster Square, Middlesex, England, power of attorney to his brother Ggeorge Frederick HALLETT Esquire Adelaide, to claim his share of his father Alfred Hallett’s estate (died 3/11/1877 at Medindie), when he turned 21 on 28/5/1882. The widow and all the children had an equal share absolutely in the estate 1/6/1882 Deposit 258/1882

HALLETT, James Archibald gentleman Heathfield House Pt Elliot 1893 Memorial 52/416

No 1

HALLETT, Job brickmaker Chief St, Brompton 1902 Application 24453

HALLETT, Job and Thomas brickworks managers Hindmarsh 1924 Memorial 17/490

No 1

HALLETT, John Esquire formerly of Stepney Causeway (no further information) but now of Adelaide 1837[-1839] Memorial 391/3

HALLETT, John of Arno Vale Lyndoch Valley 1844[-1855] Memorial 143/4

HALLETT, John Esquire Arno Vale 1855 Memorial 266/92

HALLETT, John Esquire Sturt River 1856 Memorial 462/99

HALLETT, John gentleman Ilfracombe, died 10/1/1868, paralysis, aged 64 57Application 16609

HALLETT, Maria widow Norwood 1872 relict of the late John Hallett formerly gentleman Ilfracombe but now deceased Application 12292

No 1

HALLETT, John farmer near Steelton on the Dirty Light Hundred of Waterloo land grant 1872 Grant Book 44 Page 369 County Light

No 1

HALLETT, John clerk, Geoffrey Hallett, Charles Hallett and George Herbert Hallett brickmakers all of Grange Road Hindmarsh linked with Frederick Job Hallett brickmaker and Thomas Reginald Hallett student both of Alfred Road, West Croydon 1930 Memorial 127/503

HALLETT, John clerk, Geoffrey Hallett, Charles Hallett, George Herbert Hallett brickmakers all formerly of Grange Rd, Hindmarsh and Frederick Job Hallett brickmaker and Thomas Reginald Hallett student both formerly of Alfred Rd, West Croydon, now all brickmakers c/- J Hallett & Sons Ltd, of Allenby Gardens 1947 Application 28512

HALLETT, Julia Elizabeth spinster Norwood 1882 Memorial 32/345

No 1

HALLETT, Richard sheep farmer Caroona 1872 Application 12292

HALLETT, Richard Esquire Winnininie 1877 Memorial 179/297

HALLETT, Maria widow near Adelaide 1869, relict of the late Richard Hallett sheep farmer Wandillah Application 9720

No 2

HALLETT, Richard gentleman George St, Norwood 1882 Memorial 249/340

HALLETT, Richard gentleman Norwood, died 20/4/1882, of phthisis pulmonalis, aged 48 Deposit 47/1882

No 1

HALLETT, Thomas farmer Tothill Belt Co Light. Hundred of Appila land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 505 County Frome

No 2

HALLETT, Thomas brickmaker 4 Day Tce Croydon 1928[-1929] Memorial 42/499

No 1

HALLEWELL, Noble of Point Brown 1865 Memorial 12/206

HALLEWELL, Noble gentleman Narracoorte 1875[-1876] Memorial 246/281

No 1

HALLEWELL, Thomas farmer Echunga 1884 Memorial 207/355

HALLEWELL, Thomas farmer Mt Barker Co Hindmarsh. Hundred of Kuitpo land grant 1903 Grant Book 2 Page 99 County Adelaide

HALLIDAY, Albert farmer Kulpara. Hundred of Kulpara land grant 1916 Grant Book 14 Page 340 County Daly

No 1

HALLIDAY, Alexander Dimma stonemason Strathalbyn 1858[-1865] Memorial 41/141

HALLIDAY, Alexander Dimma labourer Strathalbyn 1859[-1866] Memorial 56/155

HALLIDAY, Alfred gardener Sherlock. Hundred of Sherlock land grant 1908 Grant Book 6 Page 33 County Buccleuch

HALLIDAY, Charles Arthur gardener Aldgate North 1902 Memorial 81/447, Application 24508

HALLIDAY, Christopher farmer Morchard. Hundred of Pekina land grantg 1927 Grant Book 13 Page 176 County Dalhousie

No 1

HALLIDAY, Henry farmer Gawler Plains 1878 Memorial 54/307

HALLIDAY, Henry farmer near Gawler 1895 Memorial 104/426

No 1

HALLIDAY, James mason Strathalbyn 1855[-1863] Memorial 332/102, Application 4357

No 1

HALLIDAY, James farmer Cheltenham 1863 Memorial 41/188

HALLIDAY, James labourer Cheltenham 1866[-1876] Memorial 252/208

HALLIDAY, James farmer formerly of Cheltenham but now of Crafers 1885. He could not write Application 20542

No 2

HALLIDAY, James farmer Tapley Hill Co Adelaide. Hundred of Koolunga land grant 1879 Grant Book 55 Page 186 County Stanley

No 3 - perhaps a mixture of the Elder and the Younger

HALLIDAY, James gardener Payneham 1881 Memorial 88/334

HALLIDAY, James the Younger gardener North Kensington 1881 Memorial 65/335

HALLIDAY, James Alexander builder Strathalbyn 1886 Memorial 208/378

HALLIDAY, Jane of Baldina 1890 Memorial 83/404

No 1

HALLIDAY, John farmer Cheltenham, near Tam O’Shanter Belt 1852[-1863] Memorial 20/23, Application 4330

HALLIDAY, John gardener Mt Lofty 1875 Memorial 192/279

HALLIDAY, John gentleman formerly of Cheltenham but now of Stirling West 1897 Application 23277

HALLIDAY, John Thomas gardener Campbelltown. Campbelltown Wesleyan Methodist Church trustee 1893 Memorial 102/417

No 1

HALLIDAY, Robert farmer Koolunga Koolunga (Hundred of Koolunga) township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 56 Page 322 County Stanley

No 2

HALLIDAY, Robert farmer Oladdie Hundred of Walloway land grant 1881 Grant Book 13 Page 222 County Dalhousie

HALLIDAY, Robert farmer Oladdie 1886 Memorial 82/381

HALLIDAY, Robert farmer Oladdie, became a bankrupt in 1887 Memorial 199/384

No 1

HALLIDAY, Thomas water carrier Alberton 1853 Memorial 476/47

HALLIDAY, Thomas formerly water carrier Alberton 1853 now farmer Port Road 1863. He could not write Application 3871

HALLIDAY, Thomas farmer Hindmarsh 1871 Application 11674

HALLIDAY, Thomas farmer Hindmarsh 1883 Memorial 94/351

No 2

HALLIDAY, Thomas tanner Hindmarsh 1874[-1886] Memorial 74/271, Application 20932

No 1

HALLIDAY, William contractor Eastern Plains. Hundred of Baldina land grant 1882[-1883] Grant Book 9 Page 10 County Burra

No 2

HALLIDAY, William linked with Section 45 Hundred of Wandearah Co Victoria 1886 Memorial 235/375

No 3

HALLIDAY, William of Kalgoorlie WA gave power of attorney to Alex BETHUNE of Gumeracha to attend to his general affairs in SA 1896 Memorial 202/427

HALLIDAY, William Colin Muir mason Pt Lincoln 1906[-1907] Memorial 106/456, Application 25286

HALLIFAX, Edward clerk to John R EDWARDS solicitor Broken Hill NSW 1926 Memorial 74/496

No 1

HALLION, John farmer Reeves Plains Hundred of Grace land grant 1871 Grant Book 27 Page 40 County Gawler

HALLION, John labourer Mallala Hundred of Dublin land grant 1877 Grant Book 26 Page 337 County Gawler

No 1 – the Elder

HALLION, Matthew labourer Pt Gawler Hundred of Pt Gawler land grant 1859 Grant Book 27 Page 339 County Gawler

No 2 – the Younger

HALLION, Matthew contractor Hundred of Price. Hundred of Price land grant 1908 Grant Book 6 Page 81 County Buccleuch

No 1

HALLION, Michael farmer Pt Gawler Hundred of Pt Gawler land grant 1862 Grant Book 27 Page 344 County Gawler

HALLION, Michael farmer Mallala Hundred of Dublin land grant 1874 Grant Book 26 Page 332 County Gawler

HALLION, Michael farmer Reeves Plains Hundred of Dublin land grant 1876 Grant Book 26 Page 339 County Gawler

HALLION, Michael farmer Mallala Co Gawler. Hundred of Ninnes land grant 1888 Grant Book 14 Page 295 County Daly

No 1

HALLION, Patrick farmer Reeves Plains. Hundred of Dublin land grant 1874 Grant Book 26 Page 332 County Gawler

HALLION, Patrick farmer Greens Plains 1884 Memorial 239/357

HALLITT, George farmer near Middleton 1869 Memorial 125/236

HALLMANN, Carl August Bleichardt jeweller Adelaide 1880 Memorial 9/325

No 1

HALLO, Thomas agent Pt Augusta and Agnes Alice Hallo his wife 1908 Memorial 204/458

HALLO, Thomas agent Pt Augusta. His wife, Agnes Alice Hallo, died 21/4/1943 Memorial 167/518

HALLO, Thomas out of business Carlton Parade, Davenport, Pt Augusta, died 26/11/1950 Adelaide. Father of Kenneth Loudon Hallo farmer 24 McKenna St, Kensington Park Memorial 60/526

HALLS, Daniel farmer Parrakie. Hundred of Allenby land grant 1916 Grant Book 12 Page 150 County Chandos

No 1

HALLS, David shepherd Pt Lincoln Hundred of Lincoln land grant 1861 Grant Book 21 Page 5 County Flinders

HALLS, David farmer Yaranyacka Hundred of Yaranyacka land grant 1896 Grant Book 179 Page 207 County Flinders

HALLS, Frederick Clifford Greenwood agent Adelaide 1900 Application 23964

HALLS, George Patrick labourer Bowden and Elizabeth Marion Halls his wife 1930 Application 27812

HALLS, Isaac the Elder farmer Pt Lincoln 1903 Memorial 8/450

No 1

HALLS, James miner Paringa Mine near Mt Barker 1846[-1847] Memorial 192/7 Miner Nairne 1849 Memorial 202/19

HALLS, James miner Adelaide 1856 Memorial 18/97

HALLS, James farmer near Moonta, died 17/9/1898 intestate. Letters of administration to Christina MCNALLY formerly Halls wife of William McNally farmer Moonta. Estate worth £140 Memorial 155/442

HALLS, Joseph miner had an interest in the Lyndoch Gold and Copper Mine in the Hundred of Barossa 1896 Memorial 195/429

HALLS, Robert farmer Morphett Vale 1857 Memorial 349/128

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

HALLS, Thomas Phillip cab proprietor Kooringa 1911[-1914] Memorial 147/465

HALLS, Thomas Phillip cab proprietor Kooringa linked with Isabella Halls married woman Kooringa 1915 Memorial 58/472

HALLS, Thomas Phillip the Elder cab proprietor Kooringa linked with Thomas Phillip Halls cab driver Kooringa 1916 Memorial 83/474

HALLS, Mrs Isabella cab proprietor Kooringa 1920. Probably a family connection with Thomas Phillip Halls the Younger cab proprietor Kooringa 1920 Application 26886

HALLS, Isabella widow Burra, died 21/5/1946. Grandmother of Thomas Francis Halls, and Robert Halls. Great-grandmother of Joan Halls Memorial 72/521

HALLS, Thomas Roy farmer Macclesfield 1951 Application 28820.

No 1 - perhaps the same person

HALLS, Walter linked with Section 6 Hundred of Paratoo Co Herbert 1887 Memorial 17/383

HALLS, Walter farmer Pt Lincoln 1912, declared that he had lived in the district for more than 50 years Application 26118

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

HALLS, William miner Paringa Mine near Mt Barker 1847 Memorial 122/9

HALLS, William [formerly miner Paringa Mine but now] of Victoria township near Kapunda 1854[-1858] Memorial 35/69

HALLS, William [probably the Elder] carrier Kapunda 1854 Memorial 499/70

HALLS, William [probably the Elder] farmer Kapunda 1854[-1867] Memorial 58/76

HALLS, William farmer [formerly of Kapunda but now of] Moonta 1875 Memorial 225/285

HALLS, William [the Elder] formerly farmer Kapunda then miner Moonta Mines died 7/8/1876. He left his entire estate to his wife, Mary Ann Halls, for life, then in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant to his children - James Halls, William Halls, John Halls, Grace WILSON nee Halls, Mary Ann PURCELL nee Halls, Susanna HENNESEY, Richard Halls and Elizabeth CLARK nee Halls. If William Halls had not returned to the family within 2 years of his father's death, his share to be given equally to the testator's two youngest children Memorial 134/298

HALLS, William [probably the Younger] labourer Victoria township near Kapunda 1858 Memorial 153/133

HALLS, William [probably the Younger] labourer Allen Creek Kapunda 1858 Memorial 24/137

HALLS, William [formerly labourer Allen Creek but now] farmer Sandy Creek 1858 Memorial 76/143

HALLS, William the Younger, son of William Halls the Elder farmer Moonta, died 26/8/1875 The Rock Hotel, Sliding Rock, and was buried in the Sliding Rock Cemetery on 27/8/1875. Mary Ann Halls widow of the late William Halls the Elder, died 29/2/1888, of apoplexy, East Moonta, aged 88. Family of William and Mary Ann Halls as at 1889, included James Halls farmer Moonta, John Halls miner Broken Hill NSW, Grace WILSON wife of Benjamin Wilson farmer Walloway, Mary Ann PURCELL wife of Henry Valentine Purcell gentleman Moonta, Susanna HENESSEY widow Kadina, Richard Halls teamster Silverton NSW and Elizabeth Clark wife of William Clark labourer Moonta Application 21751

HALPIN, Anne widow Sevenhill 1881[-1904] Memorial 218/332

HALPS, Stephen carpenter Salisbury 1864 Application 4891

HALSE, Henry storekeeper Penwortham 1859[-1861] Memorial 85/159

HALSE, William Thomas farmer Plympton 1868 Memorial 11/231

No 1

HALSEY, George gentleman Glanville 1874 Memorial 184/276

HALSEY, George messenger Pt Adelaide 1874 Memorial 82/279

HALSEY, George messenger to the Marine Board Pt Adelaide 1878 Memorial 22/312

HALSEY, George magazine keeper Pt Adelaide 1888[-1896] Memorial 206/392, Application 23160

No 1

HALSTEAD, Agur butcher Woodside 1875 Application 14709

HALSTEAD, Agur farmer Milang 1923 Memorial 44/488

HALSTEAD, Agur out of business Milang, died 16/7/1925 intestate. Husband of Rebecca Halstead Memorial 35/494

HALSTEAD, Henry builder Parkside 1887 Memorial 216/387

HALSTEAD, James carpenter Parkside and Ruth Halstead his wife 1881 Application 18584

No 1

HALSTEAD, John butcher Inverbrackie 1861 Application 2107

HALSTEAD, John butcher Woodside, died 12/4/1897. He left his £3,000 estate to his wife, Mary Halstead, absolutely. Mary Halstead widow Woodside, died 22/7/1897. She left the homestead, with its furniture and adjoining allotments, in West Woodside to her daughters, Sarah and Eliza Halstead spinsters absolutely. Her son, Thomas Halstead, to receive £100. The four daughters - Elizabeth, Sarah, Eliza and Ann Halstead, to share the rest of the estate equally. Estate worth £2,700. Ann Halstead had married Thomas PUGH hotelkeeper Balhannah on 25/4/1888 in the Halstead home at Woodside. The Rev'd Geo E GIBBES was the minister. Elizabeth Halstead married Humphrey HUTCHINGS storekeeper's assistant Woodside on 15/1/1889 at St James Blakiston. By 1917, the Pughs lived at Barcom Ave, Darlinghurst NSW and the Hutchings had become storekeepers at Lobethal; the unmarried sisters still lived at Woodside Application 26570

HALSTEAD, Mabel Helen married woman Clarence Park 1916 Application 26514

No 1 - perhaps the same person

HALSTEAD, Thomas farmer Inverbrackie 1859 Memorial 342/155

HALSTEAD, Thomas butcher Woodside 1875 Memorial 223/287

HAM, Charles Richard clerk Bank of Australasia Adelaide 1887 Memorial 18/382

HAM, James baker Robe 1887 Application 21222

HAM, Joel Carter miner Adelaide (Gouger St) 1865[-1868] Memorial 201/208

No 1

HAM, Richard carpenter Robe 1859 Memorial 185/151

HAM, Richard carpenter Robe, died 20/2/1886. He left certain estate to his four children - James Edy Ham, Aavon Ham, Mary Elizabeth HOLDEN and Lucy Jane FIELD - and two grandsons - Thomas Holden and Harry EWENS. However, there was not enough money in the estate to pay the testator's debts and funeral expenses Memorials 30 & 37/377

HAMANN, Roy Albert farmer Lameroo. Hundred of Parilla land grant 1948 Grant Book 12 Page 103 County Chandos

No 1

HAMBIDGE, John butcher Kensington 1849 Memorial 393/13

HAMBIDGE, John contractor Kensington 1851[-1853] Memorial 42/35

HAMBIDGE, John builder Kensington 1859 Memorial 200/150

HAMBIDGE, John gentleman Kensington 1861 Memorial 245/175

HAMBIDGE, John timber merchant Kensington 1865 Memorial 153/204

No 1

HAMBIDGE, John Frederick bank clerk Adelaide 1892 Memorial 187/429

HAMBIDGE, JF Union Bank clerk Adelaide 1894 Memorial 94/422

HAMBIDGE, John Frederick bank clerk Adelaide linked with Cecile A Hambidge of Mt Lofty 1897 Memorial 67/432

No 1

HAMBLEN, Elisha carpenter and Henry Hamblen yeoman both of Campbelltown 1892 Memorial 10/413

HAMBLEN, Elisha carpenter Campbelltown linked with Henry Hamblen yeoman Campbelltown 1892 Memorial 141/413

HAMBLEN, Elisha carpenter Campbelltown 1893 Memorial 86/416

HAMBLEN, Elisha carpenter Campbelltown, became a bankrupt in 1894 Memorial 16/423

HAMBLEN, Elisha carpenter Campbelltown and Emily Hamblen his wife 1901[-1910] Memorial 242/443, Application 25882

HAMBLEN, Elisha carpenter Campbelltown 1910[-1924] Memorial 114/463

HAMBLEN, Frederick George cabinetmaker Goodwood South. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1905 Grant Book 2 Page 14 County Adelaide

HAMBLIN, Ernest George Clifton railway employe Brighton 1953 Memorial 60/528

No 1

HAMBLIN, Henry yeoman Payneham 1855 Memorial 14/85

HAMBLIN, Henry yeoman Campbelltown 1892 Memorial 141/413

HAMBLEN, Henry labourer Campbelltown, died 18/11/1901 Destitute Asylum, of senile decay and syncope, aged 79. His wife, Louisa Hamblen, died 3/11/1899 Home for Incurables, of umbilical hernia, aged 74. Parents of Elisha Hamblen, who was a carpenter at Campbelltown. Emily Hamblen his wife, formerly of Pt Lincoln but then of Campbelltown, died 29/5/1920 intestate. 4 out of 7 children survived infancy - Sydney Harrold Hamblen, Norman Edgar Hamblen, Roy Augustus Hamblen, and Verdun Willis Gordon Hamblen Application 27625

No 2

HAMBLEN, Henry yeoman Campbelltown 1910 Application 25882

HAMBLEN, Sydney Harold leadlight worker Campbelltown 1910 Application 25882

No 1 - perhaps the same person

HAMBLIN, Frederick sawyer North Adelaide 1874 Memorial 241/276

HAMBLIN, Frederick dairyman South Road 1883 Memorial 243/350

HAMBLY, Frank of Adelaide sold a licence to search for minerals on crown land near Eukaby Hill 1890 Memorial 65/401

HAMBLY, Hugh blacksmith Kooringa 1866 Memorial 95/211

HAMBLY, William Bohemia shoemaker Clarendon 1860 Memorial 21/188

No 1

HAMBOUR, E JP accountant Kapunda 1944 Memorial 185/517

HAMBOUR, Eli public accountant Kapunda 1954 Memorial 198/528

HAMBOUR, Eli licensed land broker Kapunda, aged 51 in 1957 Application 29273

HAMBSCH, Friedrich farmer near Tanunda 1853 Memorial 24/52

HAMDORF, Carl Robert blacksmith Cleve Cleve (Hundred of Yadnarie) township allotment land grant 1894 Grant Book 39 Page 89 County Jervois

HAMDORF, Christian wheelwright Lobethal 1853[-1857] Memorial 161/47

HAMDORF, Ernst butcher Greenock 1863 Application 4038

HAMDORF, Ernst Wilhelm farmer Tanunda 1858[-1864] Memorial 340/135

HAMDORF, Friedrich August farmer Loxton. St Petri Lutheran Church trustee 1911 Memorial 226/465

No 1

HAMDORF, Friedrich Gottlieb wheelwright Bethanien 1852[-1858] Memorial 193/45

No 2

HAMDORF, Friedrich Gottlieb of Mannum 1891 Memorial 21/407

No 1

HAMDORF, Johann Gotthilf wheelwright near Tanunda 1855 Memorial 406/80

HAMDORF, Johann Gotthilf farmer near Tanunda 1860 Memorial 188/166

No 1

HAMDORF, Robert farmer Hummocks 1875[-1887] Memorial 121/281

HAMDORF, Hermann Robert farmer South Hummocks, died 19/6/1890. His widow, Emilie Hamdorf, died 26/5/1899 intestate. Their family was disposed thus in 1900; Mathilde POTTER nee Hamdorf wife of William Potter labourer Knoxville, Agnes Martha HUDSON nee Hamdorf wife of James Hudson farmer Hammond, Auguste JONES nee Hamdorf wife of Griffith Jones miner Norwood, Walter Alfred Hamdorf blacksmith Bute, Heinrich Ferdinand Hamdorf farmer Jeparit Vic, Robert Carl Hamdorf blacksmith Kalgoorlie WA, Emilie Hulda DUNCAN wife of David Duncan labourer South Hummocks, and Ernst Eduard Hamdorf farmer South Hummocks Memorial 183/447

HAMEISTER, Gilbert Hamilton salesman Pinnaroo 1919 Memorial 113/479

No 1

HAMEISTER, Wilhelm farmer Hundred of Nuroootpa 1853 Memorial 80/53

HAMEISTER, Wilhelm farmer Section 631 Hundred of Nuriootpa 1858 Memorial 328/135

HAMENCE, Abraham farmer Bishop Flat 1855 Memorial 468/85

No 1

HAMENCE, Abraham Clark of Section 1591 Survey D 1854 Memorial 464/71

HAMENCE, Abraham Clark farmer Kapunda 1855 Memorial 97/91

HAMENCE, Abraham Clark farmer Kapunda Hundred of Kapunda land grant 1858 Grant Book 44 Page 134 County Light

HAMENCE, Abraham Clarke farmer Ross Creek died c1866, He left his entire estate to his wife, Lucy Elizabeth Hamence formerly Lucy Elizabeth TRANTER Memorial 18/214

HAMENCE, Abraham Clarke farmer Ross Creek, Co Light, died c1866. His entire estate to his wife, Lucy Elizabeth Hammence, nee TRANTER, in trust for life, then to his children in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant Enrolment 9/47

HAMENCE, Abraham Clarke died 28/7/1866 intestate leaving his eldest son, Francis John Hamence, as his heir at law. By 1872, AC Hamence's widow, Lucy Elizabeth Hamence, had remarried to Benjamin WARRICK farmer near Hamilton on the Light. The Hamence son (Still an infant under the age of 21) lived at Allendale near Kapunda [perhaps with Francis TRANTER farmer Allendale?] Memorial 67/259

HAMENCE, Edward builder Bowden and Mary Hamence his wife formerly widow of Richard Weyman CUSTANCE late builder Adelaide deceased 1857 Memorial 322/115

No 1

HAMENCE, Henry Alfred coach proprietor Kapunda 1903 Memorial 188/448

HAMENCE, Henry Alfred coach proprietor Kapunda, died c1911. Husband of Anna Pauline Wilhelmine Hamence. Father of Gilbert Maurice Hamence. Executors; Charles Livingstone WALDER storekeeper Kapunda and Friedrich Wilhelm Albert SCHULTZ wheelwright Kapunda Memorial 168/496

No 1

HAMENCE, Morris carter West St, Brompton 1889 Memorial 54/398

HAMENCE, Morris carter Brompton 1899 Application 23804

HAMENCE, Sarah Ann Emma spinster teacher Prospect 1914 Application 26348

No 1

HAMENCE, William bricklayer Port Road 1854 Memorial 460/75

HAMENCE, William bricklayer formerly of the Port Road 1854 but now of Wallaroo 1863. Son-in-law of Thomas W LAWTON Application 4542

HAMER, James Thomas farmer Blyth 1888 Memorial 209/390

HAMER, John farmer Crafers 1868 Memorial 160/232

HAMER, Maurice Benjamin sharebroker Adelaide 1927[-1934] Memorial 17/497, Application 27953

HAMES, John Thomas baker Gawler 1855 Memorial 31/94

HAMETON, James and HENDERSON, James wine and spirit merchants Adelaide 1852 Memorial 377/44

HAMILL, Patrick out of business Ovingham 1910, declared that he attended an auction sale held in early 1875 to dispose of a number of allotments in Bowden out of the estate of the late Henry Walter PARKER a well-known Adelaide solicitor Application 25872

No 1 - probably the same person

HAMILL, Robert ostler Adelaide (South Tce) 1867 Memorial 52/228

HAMILL, Robert cab proprietor Adelaide (South Tce) 1881 Application 18518

HAMILTON, Albert Edwin accountant Adelaide 1913 Memorial 143/469

No 1

HAMILTON, Alexander farmer Blyth 1887[-1900] Memorial 91/383

HAMILTON, Alexander farmer Blyth Hundred of Blyth land grant 1900 Grant Book 56 Page 369 County Stanley

No 2

HAMILTON, Alexander shipwright Pt Elliot 1882 Memorial 68/343

HAMILTON, Alexander shipwright formerly of Pt Elliot but then of Goolwa, died 21/7/1902. Husband of Bridget Hamilton, who died 22/12/1921. Executor for A Hamilton; Albert BURCHALL carpenter Milang son in law of Alexander Hamilton. His wife, Nora Burchall, was Alexander Hamilton's daughter. She had become a widow by the time her mother died Memorials 109 & 128/485

No 1

HAMILTON, Alfred Henry farmer Emu Bay Kangaroo Island 1884 Memorial 60/365

HAMILTON, Alfred Henry farmer Queenscliffe Kangaroo Island. Hundred of Menzies land grant 1906 Grant Book 11 Page 63 County Carnarvon

HAMILTON, Archibald of Kent St, Warradale, aged 70 in 1951, declared that he had lived in the area all his life. He belonged to the Ewell Vineyard Hamiltons Application 28827

HAMILTON, Charles P auctioneer Mt Pleasant 1882 Memorial 16/343

No 1

HAMILTON, Charles White auctioneer Mt Pleasant 1878 Application 16592

HAMILTON, Charles White leased Section 6332 Hundred of Talunga Francis PEAKE to search for gold 1881 Memorial 204/333

HAMILTON, David had an interest in the Kooladdy Mine on the Oladdie Run 1870 Memorial 175/244

No 1

HAMILTON, Edward Angus Colonial Architect Adelaide 1860 Memorial 155/165

HAMILTON, Edward Angus architect formerly of Adelaide but now in parts beyond the seas, declared insolvent in 1871 Memorial 6/256

No 1

HAMILTON, Edward Lee of Stirling near Crafers 1859 Application 516

HAMILTON, Edward Lee schoolmaster Stirling 1863 Memorial 136/191

No 1

HAMILTON, Ellen of Cliff Cottage Pt Elliot 1878 Memorial 87/306

No 2

HAMILTON, Ellen of Killanoola 1888 Memorial 169/398

HAMILTON, Ellen of Killanoola, power of attorney to Nathaniel Alexander KNOX solicitor Adelaide, to manage her SA business affairs 15/12/1888 Deposit 96/1889

HAMILTON, Frank Eric managing director Ewell Vineyards Ltd Glenelg, aged 57 in 1951, declared he had lived in the locality all his life. Henry Hamilton and Frank Hamilton vignerons Marion erected a wine storage house on their vineyard between Diagonal and Morphett Rds in 1907. In 1919, the trustees of the Estate of Frank Hamilton erected a distillery and an extension to the wine storage Application 28827

HAMILTON, Galbraith bank agent Millicent 1887 Memorial 237/386

No 1 - perhaps the same person

HAMILTON, George Esquire Adelaide 1853 Memorial 143/77

HAMILTON, George SA police commissioner Adelaide 1868 Application 9595

HAMILTON, George Esquire police commissioner Adelaide 1876 Memorial 87/291

No 1

HAMILTON, George Ernest Esquire Coromandel Valley 1850 Memorial 435/27 Civil engineer The Leasowes near Adelaide 1851 Memorial 109/30

HAMILTON, George Ernest Esquire Coromandel Valley 1852[-1853] Memorial 90/39 Esquire formerly of Coromandel Valley but now of Kensington 1853 Memorial 419/60

HAMILTON, George Ernest Esquire formerly of Coromandel Valley but now of Springfield 1857 Memorial 300/122

HAMILTON, George Ernest architect Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of Kingston land grant 1866 Grant Book 8 Page 167 County Burra

HAMILTON, George Ernest architect and civil engineer High St, Abergavenny, Co Monmouth, England, died 8/10/1872 chronic pneumonia lasting several years, aged 72. Formerly of Kensington SA. On 20/2/1872, shortly before he left SA, he appointed Alfred WATTS MP to be his attorney in SA to manage his SA business affairs. Lucy Georgina HAMILTON spinster Abergavenny, daughter of GE Hamilton, gave power of attorney to Alfred WATTS to sell GE Hamilton’s land and wind up the estate, which then belonged to her absolutely 17/3/1875 Deposit 116/1875

HAMILTON, George Ernest civil engineer late of The Lodge, Kensington, died 8/10/1872 Abergavenny, Co Monmouth, England. He left his £2,000 estate to his daughter, Lucy Georgina Hamilton Application 23790

HAMILTON, Lucy Georgina spinster Abergavenny, Co Monmouth, England 1875, daughter of the late George Ernest Hamilton formerly Esquire Adelaide 1857 Application 14422

HAMILTON, George Henry farmer Brighton Hundred of Dalrymple land grant 1881 Grant Book 19 Page 144 County Fergusson

No 1

HAMILTON, George William sheep station manager Concordia and Sarah Ann Hamilton his wife 1901 Application 24219

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

HAMILTON, George William and Walter both orchardists Kersbrook 1920[-1925] Memorial 71/481

No 1

HAMILTON, Henry gentleman Brighton 1854 Memorial 196/72

HAMILTON, Henry gentleman Brighton 1864 Application 5600

HAMILTON, Henry Brighton District Council Clerk 1885 He had lived in the Brighton District since July 1841 Application 20599

No 2

HAMILTON, Henry farmer Glenelg and Mary Hamilton his wife 1880 Memorial 235/325

HAMILTON, Henry Claude gentleman Nairne 1885 Application 20429

HAMILTON, J labourer Littlehampton 1885 Application 20430

HAMILTON, JA of Hindley St, Adelaide 1850 Memorial 305/23

No 1

HAMILTON, James merchant Adelaide, about to leave the province for a time, power of attorney to his partner James HENDERSON of King William St, Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 5/2/1845 Enrolment 40/4

HAMILTON, James merchant formerly of Adelaide but now of London, England [In partnership with James Henderson merchant Adelaide] 1846 Memorial 221/6

HAMILTON, James and HENDERSON, James wine merchants and partners Adelaide 1848[-1853] Memorial 248/13

HAMILTON, James merchant Adelaide 1851 Memorial 345/34

HAMILTON, James wine merchant Adelaide 1852 Memorial 120/46 HAMILTON, James gentleman Adelaide, wine and spirit merchant in partnership with James HENDERSON until 22/9/1852, under the style of Hamilton & Henderson, sabout to leave the province, power of attorney to David MELVILLE and Henry GILBERT Esquires Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 14/1/1853 Deposit 79/OA

HAMILTON, James gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now of London, Middlesex, England 1853 Memorial 237/52

HAMILTON, James merchant formerly of Adelaide but now residing at 28 Great Winchester St, London, Middlesex, England 1854 Memorial 201/82

HAMILTON, James Esquire Adelaide and Isabella Hamilton his wife 1854 Memorial 40/265

HAMILTON, James gentleman Adelaide 1858 Hundred of Clare land grant Memorial 206/139

HAMILTON, James Esquire Manager of the Patent Copper Company 1858 Memorial 142/142

HAMILTON, James manager English and Australian Copper Co Adelaide Hundred of Kapunda land grant 1858 Grant Book 44 Page 133 County Light

HAMILTON, James of Adelaide. Manager of the English and Australian Copper Company 1859 Grant Book 8 Page 47 County Burra

HAMILTON, James Manager of the English and Australian Copper Company Adelaide 1870 Memorial 203/248

HAMILTON, James of Woodville Manager of the English and Australasian Copper Company 1871 Memorial 154/252

HAMILTON, James Esquire formerly of Adelaide then of Pt Adelaide late of Woodville, died 30/7/1871. Son of Mrs Elliot Hamilton. His estate worth £2,500. James Hamilton had been a member of the firm of HAMILTON & HENDERSON. His £2,000 Church of England Life Insurance Co policy to his daughters in equal shares after his debts had been paid from it. The rest of his estate to his wife, Isabella Hamilton. Application 26901

HAMILTON, Isabella widow North Adelaide 1872, relict of the late James Hamilton Esquire North Adelaide 1857, who owned land at Aberdeen 'on the Burra Creek' Application 12209

No 2

HAMILTON, James farmer Hamilton 1887 Memorial 178/384

HAMILTON, James Alexander Greer medical practitioner Kapunda 1890[-1895] Memorial 4/403

HAMILTON, James Pelham coachmaker Willunga 1855 Memorial 305/81

No 1

HAMILTON, John yeoman Pewsey Vale Barossa Range 1840. Farmer by 1842[-1848] Memorial 334/1

HAMILTON, John overseer of Joseph GILBERT's farm Pewsey Vale 1843 Memorial 134/3

HAMILTON, John gentleman Adelaide 1851[-1853] Memorial 382/38

HAMILTON, John farmer Adelaide 1846[-1854] Memorial 77/7

HAMILTON, John brewer and a bachelor formerly of Pewsey Vale Barossa but now of Adelaide 1852 Memorial 378/40

HAMILTON, John brewer Adelaide 1852[-1853] Memorial 13/45

HAMILTON, John gentleman Adelaide 1853 Memorial 225/49

HAMILTON, John stockholder Adelaide 1853 Memorial 77/57

HAMILTON, John Esquire Adelaide 1854 Memorial 51/65

HAMILTON, John formerly farmer Pewsey Vale Hundred of Barossa then gentleman Adelaide, died c1855 intestate. James Hamilton cheese merchant Strathaven, Co Lanark, Scotland, his eldest brother and heir at law Memorials 10/117 & 46/140

HAMILTON, John the Younger born 20/12/1808 Quarry Hill, Avondale, Co Lanark, Scotland. Eldest of seven children of the marriage of John Hamilton the Elder farmer Quarryhall (Avendale), then Middlethird (Galston Co Ayr), lastly High Clenghearn (East Kilbride, Co Lanark) and Elizabeth nee Wilson. The Hamiltons married 7/4/1807 Rigfoot Farm (East Kilbride). John Hamilton the Elder died 24/5/1849. John Hamilton the Younger emigrated to SA 1839. As a Government sheep inspector, he died there 17/10/1855 intestate, leaving a £4,000 estate. John Hamilton formerly the Younger's second brother, James Hamilton, cheese merchant Strathaven, inherited the estate as heir at law. Details of John Hamilton's brothers and sisters who still all reside in Scotland are given. John Hamilton's mother also survived him Deposits 87- 88/1857

No 2

HAMILTON, John farmer Hundred of Everard 1885 Memorial 137/368

No 3

HAMILTON, John mason Portland Estate Hundred of Dublin land grant 1879 Grant Book 26 Page 342 County Gawler

HAMILTON, John Charles gentleman Cadzow Barwon Heads Vic 1912, had links with Robe Application 28578

HAMILTON, John Harold Holmes labourer Mintaro 1922 Memorial 102/485

HAMILTON, John Roger assayer Mt Pleasant 1887 Memorial 111/387

No 1

HAMILTON, Joseph tailor Gawler 1922[-1939] Memorial 68/485

HAMILTON, Joseph tailor Gawler 1925 Application 27372

HAMILTON, Joseph men's outfitter Gawler, aged 58 in 1937, declared that he had lived in Gawler for 45 years Application 28066

HAMILTON, J Charles W auctioneer Mt Pleasant 1879 Memorial 63/318

HAMILTON, Maria Hattam widow Mt Crawford 1939 Application 28199

No 1

HAMILTON, Richard farmer The Sturt, died in August 1852. He left his entire estate in trust to his wife, Ann Hamilton, during her widowhood, then to his children in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant. William Holmes Hamilton farmer Kangaroo Island was one of the children 1867 Memorial 121/221

No 2

HAMILTON, Richard lighterman Pt Adelaide 1851 Memorial 245/29

HAMILTON, Richard lighterman Stepney 1859 Memorial 62/150

No 3

HAMILTON, Richard labourer Pt Adelaide 1855[-1867] Memorial 164/91

HAMILTON, Richard labourer Bridgwater near Pt Adelaide and Margaret Hamilton his wife 1886 Application 20878

No 1 FIND CHECK RUN

HAMILTON, Robert gentleman Adelaide 1839 Application 26712

HAMILTON, Robert dealer Adelaide and Jane Hamilton his wife 1842 Memorial 231/240

HAMILTON, Robert farmer Willowie. Trustee Wesleyan Methodist Chapel Willowie. Hundred of Willowie land grant 1880 Grant Book 24 Page 741 County Frome

HAMILTON, Robert farmer Mallala Co Gawler. Hundred of Willowie land grant 1882 Grant Book 24 Page 743 County Frome

HAMILTON, Ross shop assistant Gawler South, aged 39 in 1946 Application 28467

No 1

HAMILTON, Thomas Kinley medical practitioner Laura about to proceed to parts beyond the seas 1886 Memorial 138/378

HAMILTON, Thomas Kinley medical practitioner Laura, about to leave for parts beyond the sea, power of attorney to Robert THORNBER bank manager Laura, to manage his SA business affairs 14/6/1886 Deposit 118/1886

HAMILTON, Thomas Kinley medical practitioner Adelaide 1889 Memorial 26/400

HAMILTON, Thomas Kinley medical practitioner Laura. Trustee Booyoolie Agricultural Society Inc 1899 Memorial 145/438

No 1

HAMILTON, William draper Pt Adelaide took out a 10-year lease on the Club House Hotel, Hindley St Adelaide 1852 Memorial 192/45

HAMILTON, William draper Adelaide 1854[-1858] Memorial 123/79

No 2

HAMILTON, William farmer Kondoparinga Hundred of Kondoparinga land grant 1865 Grant Book 36 Page 281 County Hindmarsh

HAMILTON, William farmer Happy Valley Hundred of Kondoparinga land grant 1866 Grant Book 36 Page 281 County Hindmarsh

No 3

HAMILTON, William shipowner Adelaide 1875[-1884] Memorial 245/281, Application 20056

HAMILTON, William gentleman Adelaide 1881 Application 18767

HAMILTON, William ship owner Adelaide trustee Pt Adelaide Presbyterian Church 1882 Application 19149

HAMILTON, William of Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of Napperby land grant 1884 Grant Book 60 Page 391 County Victoria

HAMILTON, William merchant Adelaide (Currie St) 1907, declared that he had lived in the area since 1870 Application 25377

No 4

HAMILTON, William sheep farmer Adelaide 1880[-1902] Memorial 33/327

HAMILTON, William sheepfarmer Adelaide partner in the firm of Hamilton & WILCOX sheep and cattle farmers Koonamore and Nillinghoo 1898 Memorial 42/434

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

HAMILTON, William Holmes farmer Happy Valley 1853[-1866] Memorial 411/70

HAMILTON, William H farmer Cherry Gardens 1855 Memorial 326/92

HAMILTON, William Holmes farmer Canniflow Farm near Hurtle Vale 1859 Memorial 14/160

HAMILTON, William Holmes farmer Happy Valley became a bankrupt in 1866 Application 7886

HAMILTON, William Holmes the Elder sheep farmer Pt Morowie linked with William Holmes Hamilton the Younger sheep farmer Kangaroo Island 1877 Memorial 81/301

HAMILTON, William Holmes the Elder and Younger sheep farmers Emu Bay Kangaroo Island 1882 Memorial 107/339

HAMILTON, William Holmes the Younger sheep farmer Emu Bay, Kangaroo Island 1877 Memorial 94/301

HAMILTON, William Holmes the Elder farmer Kangaroo Island Hundred of Moorowie land grant 1878 Grant Book 19 Page 34 County Fergusson

HAMILTON, William Holmes the Elder and Younger farmers Emu Bay Kangaroo Island 1884 Memorials 61 & 62/365

HAMILTON, William Holmes the Younger sheep farmer Western River Kangaroo Island 1885 Memorial 89/369

HAMILTON, William Holmes the Elder sheep farmer Emu Bay Kangaroo Island, William Holmes Hamilton the Younger sheepfarmer Queenscliffe Kangaroo Island and Alfred Henry Hamilton sheepfarmer Emu Bay 1897 Memorial 234/431

HAMILTON, William Holmes the Younger farmer Queenscliffe Kangaroo Island. Hundred of Menzies land grant 1906[-1908] Grant Book 11 Page 64 County Carnarvon

No 1

HAMLEN, George clerk to Messrs HARDY, JAMES & James solicitors Adelaide 1853[-1854] Memorial 487/51

HAMLIN, George clerk to Messrs HARDY, JAMES & James Pt Adelaide 1853 Memorial 274/57

HAMLEN, George clerk to Messrs HARDY, JAMES and James solicitors Pt Adelaide 1854 Application 20000

HAMLEN, George clerk to Messrs W & HB JAMES solicitors Pt Adelaide 1855 Memorial 184/83

HAMLEN, George clerk to JW BOYKETT solicitor Pt Adelaide 1857[-1859] Memorial 285/122

HAMLIN, George clerk to William BOYKETT solicitor Pt Adelaide 1861[-1885] Memorial 222/176

HAMLEN, George of Pt Adelaide 1870 Memorial 56/249

HAMLEN, George clerk to James E DEMPSTER solicitor Pt Adelaide 1862 Memorial 187/310

No 1

HAMLEY, Francis Gilbert Lieutenant-Colonel 50th Queens Own Regiment and late acting Governor of SA Queens Own Town (later Finniss Hundred of Kondoparinga) township allotment land grant 1869 Grant Book 36 Page 465 County Hindmarsh

HAMLEY, Matilda Whyte of near Cheltenham, Glos, England, widow of Francis Gilbert Hamley General in the British Army (Lieut Col 50th Queens Own Regiment), formerly resident in SA, power of attorney to Frederick James SANDERSON gentleman Adelaide, to manage the affairs of her late husband’s estate in SA 9/6/1876. FG Hamley had appointed FJ Sanderson his attorney on 24/3/1869, probably just before he left SA for England Deposit 198/1876

No 1

HAMLEY, James carpenter Adelaide 1850 Memorial 196/19

No 2

HAMLEY, James yeoman Willunga 1857. [Perhaps the former carpenter Adelaide. He moved to Vic in late 1857. The Willunga farmer also sold his land 1857] Memorial 33/122

No 3

HAMLEY, James coachtrimmer Clare husband of Annie Hamley licensed victualler Ford's Hotel formerly known as the Shamrock & Thistle Clare 1891 Memorial 92/410

HAMLEY, John gentleman North Adelaide 1858[-1861] Memorial 35/138

No 1

HAMLIN, John gentleman Adelaide 1863 Memorial 267/191

No 2

HAMLIN, John bread and biscuit manufacturer Adelaide 1872 Memorial 38/278

HAMLIN, John merchant Adelaide leased the Light Square Steam Mill on TA 195 Waymouth St for 4 years at £104 a year from John WYATT millowner Adelaide 1873 Memorial 148/271

HAMLIN, John baker Adelaide (Waymouth St) 1875 Memorial 81/286

No 2

HAMLIN, John licensed victualler Glenelg 1880 Memorial 243/327

No 1

HAMLIN, Thomas farmer Bremer Plains 1858 Memorial 175/141

No 2

HAMLIN, Thomas ship broker Sunderland, England 1868 eldest son and heir at law of the late Thomas Hamlin the Younger formerly shipmaster Glasgow, Scotland and sometime since master of the barque Bengalee, in 1839 lying in Pt Adelaide in the province of SA but now deceased Memorial 180/230

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

HAMLIN, William stone mason Adelaide 1838 Memorial 327/88

HAMLIN, William stone mason Hindmarsh 1848 Memorial 94/12

HAMLIN, William stone mason South Para 1851 Memorial 168/30

HAMLIN, William mason One Tree Hill on the Little Para 1853 Memorial 190/52

HAMLIN, William farmer One Tree Hill in the Sources of the Little Para 1855[-1860] Memorial 248/84

HAMLIN, William poundkeeper One Tree Hill in the Sources of the Little Para 1861 Memorial 112/175

HAMLIN, William the Elder and Younger farmers One Tree Hill in the Sources of the Little Para 1865 Memorial 132/206

HAMING, Robert bank clerk Pt Adelaide 1881 Application 18668

No 1

HAMLYN, Aaron farmer Mt Barker Co Hindmarsh. Hundred of Seymour land grant 1866 Grant Book 53 Page 88 County Russell

HAMLYN, Aaron farmer Crystal Brook. Trustee Bible Christian Mission House Crystal Brook Hundred of Crystal Brook land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 221 County Victoria

HAMLYN, Aaron farmer East Wellington Co Russell. Hundred of Crystal Brook land grant 1880 Grant Book 60 Page 230 County Victoria

HAMLYN, Albert butcher Pt Elliot 1885 Memorial 228/363

No 1 – probably the Elder

HAMLYN, Edward farmer Milang 1865[-1869] Memorial 3/208

HAMLYN, Edward farmer Angas Plains near Strathalbyn 1873 Memorial 149/270

HAMLYN, Edward farmer near Strathalbyn Hundred of Coolinong land grant 1878 Grant Book 54 Page 145 County Russell

HAMLYN, Edward licensed victualler Lucindale Hundred of Joyce land grant 1886 Grant Book 51 Page 11 County Robe

No 2 – the Younger

HAMLYN, Edward the Younger farmer Cooke Plains Hundred of Coolinong land grant 1878[-1881] Grant Book 54 Page 145 County Russell

HAMLYN, Henry Aaron farmer Cooke Plains Hundred of Joyce land grant 1882 Grant Book 51 Page 8 County Robe

No 1

HAMLYN, Henry Nance out of business Adelaide Dawson (Hundred of Coglin) township allotment land grant 1881 Grant Book 34 Page 2 County Herbert

HAMLYN, Henry Nance out of business Adelaide Bruce township allotment land grant (Hundred of Willochra) 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 795 County Frome

HAMLYN, Henry Nance importer Adelaide 1883 Memorial 18/350

No 1

HAMLYN, James Rich farmer Section 3541 Bremer River 1855[-1856] Memorial 87/90

HAMLYN, James Rich farmer The Bremer Co Hindmarsh. Hundred of Freeling land grant 1863 Grant Book 58 Page 8 County Sturt

HAMLYN, James Rich farmer Bletchley Co Hinmarsh Hundred of Rivoli Bay land grant 1880 Grant Book 31 Page 255 County Grey

No 1

HAMLYN, JRH storekeeper Willowie trustee Public Cemetery Willowie Hundred of Willowie land grant 1884 Grant Book 24 Page 745 County Frome

HAMLYN, James Robert Hall storekeeper Dawson 1888 Memorial 107/395

No 1

HAMLYN, John farmer Sources of the Torrens 1847 Memorial 98/82

No 2

HAMLYN, John farmer Kennedy Estate near Toowoomba Qld, died 28/3/1895, of a fatty heart and syncope, aged 78. He had been born in Devon, England, the son of John Hamlyn farmer and his wife, Ann Hamlyn. He married twice (1) to Eiza BEER, at H Bridge, Devon, aged 22 (2) to Sarah PHILLIPS, at Thirlstone, Devon, aged 27. The Hamlyns had been living in Queensland for 30 years Application 23781

No 1

HAMLYN, John Langdon Rich farmer Mt Barker 1852 Hundred of Yankalilla land grant Memorial 208/47

HAMLYN, John Langdon Rich carpenter Mt Barker 1853 Memorial 110/57

HAMLYN, John Langdon Rich farmer Mt Barker 1865 Memorial 186/207

No 1 - perhaps the same person

HAMLYN, Samuel Jones draper Pt Adelaide 1875[-1882] Application 14280

HAMLYN, Samuel draper Pt Adelaide 1882 Application 19411

No 2 – perhaps a continuation of No 1

HAMLYN, Samuel Jones storekeeper Willowie Dawson (Hundred of Coglin) township allotment land grant 1881 Grant Book 34 Page 2 County Herbert

HAMLYN, Samuel storekeeper Willowie Bruce township allotment land grant (Hundred of Willochra) 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 795 County Frome

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

HAMLYN, Thomas farmer Nairne Co Sturt 1855[-1860] Hundred of the Murray land grant Co Sturt Memorial 194/102

HAMLYN, Thomas farmer Bremer Plains 1858 Memorial 167/142

HAMLYN, Thomas the Elder farmer Mt Barker Springs father of William Hamlyn farmer Strathalbyn and Aaron Hamlyn farmer Mt Barker Springs 1863 Memorial 123/191

HAMLYN, Thomas the Elder farmer Lucindale Hundred of Joyce land grant 1882 Grant Book 51 Page 8 County Robe

No 2

HAMLYN, Thomas farmer East Wellington Murray River Hundred of Coolinong land grant 1873 Grant Book 54 Page 144 County Russell

HAMLYN, Thomas farmer Echunga Hundred of Coolinong land grant 1878 Grant Book 54 Page 145 County Russell

No 1 FIND CHECK RUN

HAMLYN, William farmer One Tree Hill in the Sources of the Little Para 1854 Memorial 253/77

No 2

HAMLYN, William farmer Mt Barker Co Hindmarsh. Hundred of Seymour land grant 1866 Grant Book 53 Page 88 County Russell

HAMLYN, William farmer Seymour. Hundred of Seymour land grant 1867 Grant Book 53 Page 88 County Russell

HAMLYN, William farmer Seymour. Hundred of Coolinong land grant 1879 Grant Book 54 Page 146 County Russell

No 2

HAMLYN, William farmer Crystal Brook 1897 Memorial 38/432

HAMLYN, William farmer Crystal Brook 1898[-1903] Memorial 236/433

HAMMANT, Richard carter Portland Estate 1862 Application 2959

HAMMAT, Arthur James farmer Lameroo. Hundred of Bews land grant 1936 Grant Book 12 Page 16 County Chandos

HAMMAT, Elizabeth Catherine widow formerly of Victor Harbor but then of Osborne St, Hackney, died 28/12/1939 North Adelaide Memorial 143/514

No 1

HAMMAT, John of South Tce, Adelaide 1847 Memorial 494/7

HAMMAT, John mine agent Adelaide 1850[-1856] Memorial 492/22

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

HAMMAT, John farmer Lyndoch Valley 1855 Memorial 328/84

HAMMAT, John farmer Hundred of Barossa 1860 Memorial 191/165

HAMMAT, John farmer Gawler Plains 1870 Memorial 47/248

HAMMAT, John farmer Mt Crawford 1872 Application 12183

HAMMAT, John farmer formerly of Barossa but now of Gordon Brook NSW 1878 Memorial 21/315

HAMMAT, John farmer near Williamstown, father of John Hammat farmer near Williamstown 1883 Application 19637

No 3 – perhaps a continuation of No 2

HAMMAT, John the Elder farmer Troubridge trustee Wesleyan Methodist Church purposes Hundred of Melville land grant 1873 Grant Book 19 Page 65 County Fergusson

HAMMAT, John farmer Troubridge Hundred of Melville land grant 1877 Grant Book 19 Page 80 County Fergusson

HAMMAT, John farmer Yorketown, had died by 1896. Executors – James Hammat teamster Wilmington and William Hammat farmer near Williamstown. The executors were farmers at Yorketown by 1897 Grant Book 19 Page 87 County Fergusson

No 1 – perhaps the same person

HAMMAT, William gentleman Lyndoch took out a lease on the Miner's Arms Tavern on the Light River bridge near Kapunda 1858 Memorial 261/144

HAMMAT, William farmer Troubridge trustee Wesleyan Methodist Church purposes Hundred of Melville land grant 1873 Grant Book 19 Page 65 County Fergusson

HAMMAT, William Douglas commercial agent Parilla. Parilla (Hundred of Parilla) township allotment land grant 1910 Grant Book 12 Page 114 County Chandos

No 1

HAMMER, Harvey Rowse mercantile clerk Adelaide 1901[-1909] Memorial 113/443

HAMMER, Harvey Rowse mercantile clerk Kent Town 1913 Memorial 24/493

No 1

HAMMER, John market manager Adelaide 1882 Application 19200

HAMMER, John marker manager Adelaide linked with William Henry Hammer photographer Adelaide 1882 Memorial 247/340

HAMMER, John secretary tof the East End Market of Adelaide 1890 Memorial 201/402

HAMMER, John of the East End Market Adelaide and Kent Town 1891[-1900] Secretary to the East End Market Co Ltd 1900 Memorials 56 & 61/440, Application 22969
No 2

HAMMER, John clerk Adelaide 1884 Memorial 179/362

No 3

HAMMER, John overseer Quorn 1886 Memorial 155/375

HAMMER, JC bank officer Burra 1950 Memorial 95/525

HAMMER, Julius engineer near Lobethal 1860 Application 1427

HAMMER, William Henry photographer Adelaide 1882[-1915] Memorial 136/337, Application 19966

HAMMERLING, Ernst Hugo labourer Kooringa 1929 Memorial 176/502

HAMMERLING/HAEMMERLING, Heinrich Ernst farmer Baldina 1885 Memorial 224/367

No 1

HAMMILL, James farmer Orrie Cowie Hundred of Para Wurlie land grant 1877[-1881] Grant Book 19 Page 6 County Fergusson

HAMMILL, James farmer Warooka. John Hammill mentioned but not described 1880[-1887] Memorial 182/327

HAMMILL, James farmer Warooka Hundred of Carribie land grant 1883 Grant Book 19 Page 375 County Fergusson

No 1 - perhaps the same person

HAMMILL, John labourer Kent Town 1869 Memorial 38/240

HAMMILL, John labourer late of Kent Town 1871 Application 11756

HAMMILL, John linked with Section 109 Hundred of Para Wurlie Co Fergusson 1883 Memorial 192/349

HAMMILL, John Henry licensed victualler Little Swamp near Pt Lincoln 1919 Application 26781

No 1

HAMMILL, Joshua miner Paringa Mine 1849 Memorial 236/15

HAMMILL, Joshua farmer Nairne 1854[-1860] Memorial 288/65

HAMMILL, Joshua farmer Mt Barker 1856 Memorial 189/98

HAMMILL, Joshua farmer Scott Creek 1861 Memorial 192/172

No 1 - probably the same person

HAMMILL, Richard shoemaker Adelaide (Clarendon St) 1851 Memorial 250/29

HAMMILL, Richard shoemaker Adelaide 1864 Memorial 291/200

HAMMOND, Alfred engineer High St, Queenstown. His wife, Elizabeth Hammond, died 12/11/1895, of thyroid cancer and morbus cordis, aged 75 Application 23067

HAMMOND, Annie Eleanor spinster Long Plains Owen township allotment land grant 1881 Grant Book 27 Page 445 County Gawler

No 1 - probably the same person

HAMMOND, Cecil H clerk Adelaide 1883 Memorial 220/349

HAMMOND, Cecil Henry merchant Fremantle WA and Fanny Marian Hammond his wife formerly FM CARLIN spinster 1890 Memorial 243/404

No 1

HAMMOND, Charles farmer Findon 1862 Application 3261

HAMMOND, Charles labourer Findon 1864 Application 4984

HAMMOND, Charles farmer Findon 1874 Memorial 165/272

No 2

HAMMOND, Charles builder North Adelaide 1882[-1898] Memorial 143/343

HAMMOND, Charles William licensed victualler Kanyaka, died 1873. He left his entire estate to Harriet Hammond Memorial 47/265

HAMMOND, Clement Edwin of the Hundred of Clinton 1891[-1893] Memorial 77/412

HAMMOND, Edward blacksmith Black Springs 1860[-1866] Memorial 151/166

No 1

HAMMOND, Edward Charles tailor Kooringa 1925 Memorial 58/494

HAMMOND, Edward Charles formerly tailor but now salesman Kooringa 1929 Memorial 176/502

No 1

HAMMOND, George gentleman Milang 1872 Memorial 157/267

No 2

HAMMOND, George boot merchant Adelaide 1875 Application 14508

HAMMOND, George shoe manufacturer Adelaide (Rundle St) 1877 Memorial 198/299

No 3

HAMMOND, George farmer Findon 1880 Application 18063

HAMMOND, Hannah widow Findon held a lif interest in land in Findon, afterwards to George Hammond farmer Findon 1883 Application 19655

No 4

HAMMOND, George dairyman Clarence Park 1908 Memorial 141/458

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

HAMMOND, George Peter gentleman Adelaide 1849 Memorial 475/15 Gentleman Noarlunga 1851[-1854] Memorial 382/33

HAMMOND, George Peter farmer late of Adelaide but now of Noarlunga 1851[-1856] Memorial 499/37

HAMMOND, George Peter farmer Noarlunga 1855 Memorial 194/89

HAMMOND, George Peter farmer Willunga 1852 Memorial 114/39 Farmer Noarlunga 1852[-1856] Memorial 35/40

HAMMOND, George Peter gentleman McLaren Vale 1857 Memorial 298/115

HAMMOND, George Peter farmer Noarlunga 1857 linked with Mary GRAHAM of Hambledon Farm near Noarlunga wife of Richard Graham farmer now or formerly residing in Scotland, Lydia PAVY wife of William Pavy miller Milang, and Caroline Hammond spinster Hambledon Farm Memorial 307/127 George Peter Hammond the Elder also belonged to this family 1857 Memorial 309/127

HAMMOND, George Peter [the Younger?] farmer Noarlunga 1853 Hundred of Myponga land grant Memorial 68/174

HAMMOND, George Peter the Elder farmer Willunga 1853 Hundred of Myponga land grant Memorial 64/174

No 1

HAMMOND, Henry builder North Adelaide 1864[-1869] Memorial 24/193

HAMMOND, Henry builder North Adelaide, power of attorney to Charles Hammond builder North Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 6/3/1886 Deposit 29/1886

HAMMOND, Henry builder North Adelaide (Childers St), died 26/11/1888. Husband of Jane Hammond. Father of Charles Hammond builder Fitzroy, Minnie GARDINER wife of James Gardiner, Kate Hammond, Louisa MURRAY wife of Robert McKellar Murray of the Katherine Telegraph Station in the Northern Territory and Jane MOSS wife of Simeon Moss the Younger builder North Adelaide. Grandfather of Elsie McKellar Murray. Estate worth £13,000 Memorial 231/403

No 2

HAMMOND, Henry licensed victualler Gawler 1879 Memorial 20/317

HAMMOND, Henry licensed victualler Adelaide, died 12/2/1880 at Gawler [Likely he was innkeeper of the Commercial Hotel at Gawler when he died] Memorials 60 & 62/322

No 3

HAMMOND, Henry contractor Naracoorte Hundred of Naracoorte land grant 1884 Grant Book 50 Page 114 County Robe

HAMMOND, Henry farmer Naracoorte Hundred of Spence land grant 1900 Grant Book 51 Page 96 County Robe

No 1

HAMMOND, Isaac bootmaker Findon 1868 Memorial 82/241

HAMMOND, Isaac bootmaker Caversham Port Road 1895[-1900] Memorial 227/423

HAMMOND, Isaac bootmaker formerly of Caversham but now of Woodville 1903 Application 24567

No 1

HAMMOND, James carter Gawler 1862 Memorial 331/185

HAMMOND, James carter Gawler 1910 Memorial 171/463

HAMMOND, John gardener Payneham 1857[-1883] Memorial 8/115

HAMMOND, Martha widow Adelaide 1875 Memorial 106/283

No 1

HAMMOND, Octavius minister of the gospel Pt Lincoln 1873 Memorial 54/269

HAMMOND, Octavius clerk in holy orders Pt Lincoln 1873 Application 12985

HAMMOND, Philip undertaker for Le Cornu North Adelaide 1888 Application 24041

HAMMOND, Richard farm servant Santo? Station [probably a place near Balaklava] 1881 Memorial 148/334

HAMMOND, Sydney William labourer Pt Lincoln 1950 Memorial 102/525

No 1 - perhaps the same person

HAMMOND, William Henry farmer Willunga 1853 Memorial 396/63

HAMMOND, William Henry farmer Noarlunga 1855 Memorial 181/83

HAMMOND, William Henry farmer McLaren Vale 1863[-1875] Memorial 225/187

HAMMOND, William farmer Noarlunga 1874 Application 13740.

HAMMOND, William Henry farmer McLaren Vale, had died by 1890. He left real estate at McLaren Vale to

HAMP, Arthur George linked with Sections 388, 390, 405, 406 Hundred of Kuitpo 1885 Memorial 244/365

No 1

HAMP, John C solicitor Adelaide 1889[-1890] Memorial 67/396

HAMP, John C solicitor Pt Augusta 1894 Memorial 146/421

No 1

HAMP, John Chipp sheepfarmer Pt Lincoln Bramfield (Hundred of Ward) township allotment land grant 1877[-1879] Grant Book 48 Page 2 County Musgrave

HAMP, John Chipp sheepfarmer Chickerloo Pt Lincoln Elliston (Hundred of Ward) township allotment land grant 1879[-1881] Grant Book 48 Page 41 County Musgrave

HAMP, John Chipp sheep farmer Wilkerloo near Pt Lincoln 1881 Memorial 136/330

HAMP, John Chipp sheepfarmer Chickerloo 1897 Memorial 112/430

HAMP, Mary Ann formerly RUSSELL married woman formerly of Pt Lincoln but now of Kooringa 1925 Application 27370

No 1

HAMP, William Arthur farmer Lyndoch Valley 1861 Memorial 276/172

No 2

HAMP, William Arthur government employee East Adelaide 1887[-1890] Memorial 162/402

HAMP, William Charles Esquire Kensington 1849 Memorial 171/14

No 1 - likely to be the same person

HAMPEL, Carl farmer Tanunda 1853[-1854] Memorial 492/58

HAMPEL, Carl farmer Wilmington 1886 Memorial 197/376

HAMPEL, Carl farmer Hundred of Gregory 1888[-1893] Memorial 5/394

HAMPEL, Carl farmer Gregory trustee unnamed Chapel Hundred of Gregory land grant 1891 Grant Book 23 Page 103 County Frome

HAMPEL, Carl farmer Spring Creek near Wilmington and Johanne Elisabeth Hampel nee HAEUSLER his wife 1886. Mrs Hampel died c1897. Mother of Ernst Johannes Hampel farmer Spring Creek Memorials 92 & 93/436

HAMPEL, Carl farmer Spring Creek, had died by 1903, as had the sole executrix of his will, Johanna Elisabeth Hampel. Sole executor for these estates – Ernst Johannes farmer Spring Creek Grant Book 23 Page 105 County Frome

HAMPEL, Johann Wilhelm blocker Wilmington Hundred of Gregory land grant 1900 Grant Book 23 Page 104 County Frome

HAMPEL, Johann Wilhelm Carl mason Little Spring Creek near Wilmington Hundred of Gregory land grant 1902 Grant Book 23 Page 105 County Frome

HAMPEL, Ernst Johannes farmer Spring Creek near Wilmington linked with the estate of the late Johanne Elisabeth Hampel formerly widow Spring Creek no deceased 1900 Memorial 35/440

HAMPEL, Heinrich and Hermann farmers near Stockwell 1870 Application 10735

No 1 - perhap the same person

HAMPEL, Johann Gottfried of Crayford near Tanunda 1860[-1867] Application 1432, Application 8407

HAMPEL, Johann Gottfried of Crayford township near Tanunda 1867 Memorial 192/218

HAMPEL, Johann Gottfried farmer Hundred of Wonna 1890 Memorial 20/402

HAMPEL, Thomas Henry coachbuilder Gawler and Mary Ann Hampel his wife 1891 Application 22079

HAMPSHIRE, James farmer Torrens River 1859 Memorial 190/159

No 1

HAMPSON, Henry agent Adelaide 1885[-1895] Memorial 33/365

HAMPSON, H advertising agent Adelaide (Leigh St) 1888 Application 21402

No 1

HAMPSON, William plumber Adelaide 1851 Memorial 384/35

HAMPSON, William of Adelaide 1859 Memorial 167/157

HAMPSON, William painter North Road 1861 Memorial 292/173

No 1

HAMPTON, Edward assayer Burra Smelters 1859 Memorial 237/160

HAMPTON, Edward assayer Kooringa 1859 Memorial 293/161

HAMPTON, Edward assayer Kooringa smalting works, died 15/4/1870. Executors: John BASTIN commercial traveller and John ROBERTS storekeeper Kooringa, By late 1893, John Bastin had retired to Adelaide and John Roberts had died 20/5/1893. His widow, Sarah Roberts, had removed to Robertstown. She and her family involved with Edward Hampton's estate - Thomas COREY butcher Robertstown, Anne Elizabeth Jenkin Hampton MCLAURIN married woman Robertstown, John Roberts postmaster Doodlekine WA, William Roberts storekeeper Robertstown, Louis Edward WARREN farmer Arden Vale near Quorn, Edgar Hampton Warren farmer Arden Vale near Quorn, Sydney Hampton Warren school teacher Eudunda Memorials 168 & 169/423 & RPA Search 711

HAMPTON, George farmer Section 3894 Bigg Flat 1895 Application 23027

HAMPTON, Gilbert miner Echunga 1890 Memorial 23/405

No 1

HAMPTON, Henry farmer Onkaparinga near Mt Barker 1844 Memorial 258/4

HAMPTON, Henry farmer Biggs Flat. Hundred of Kuitpo land grant 1895 Grant Book 2 Page 97 County Adelaide

HAMPTON, John inmate The Lunatic Asylum 1877 Application 15797

No 1

HAMPTON, John Jenkin assayer Redruth 1859 Memorial 137/151

HAMPTON, John Jenkin assayer Kooringa 1863 Memorial 246/348

HAMPTON, William plumber Adelaide 1851 Memorial 384/35

HAMS, Albert mining manager Adelaide 1890 Memorial 50/403

HAMS, Alfred James farmer Hundred of Goyder Hundred of Goyder land grant 1880 Grant Book 56 Page 412 County Stanley

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

HAMS, Edward farmer Lyndoch Valley 1859 Memorial 74/153

HAMS, Edward farmer formerly of Lyndoch Valley but now of South Rhine 1866 Memorial 209/209

HAMS, Edward farmer South Rhine 1859 Memorial 344/152

HAMS, Edward the Younger farmer South Rhine 1860[-1867] Memorial 61/162

HAMS, Edward farmer South Rhine Co Sturt Hundred of Goyder land grant 1868 Grant Book 56 Page 413 County Stanley

HAMS, Edward farmer near Hansborough Hundred of Terowie land grant 1878[-1879] Grant Book 40 Page 6 County Kimberley

HAMS, Edward farmer near Terowie Hundred of Terowie land grant 1880[-1886] Grant Book 40 Page 14 County Kimberley

HAMS, Edward farmer Terowie 1889 Memorial 83/400

HAMS, Edward farmer Terowie linked with Robert Hams farmer Yongala 1893 Memorial 167/417

HAMS, Edward farmer near Terowie Hundred of Terowie land grant 1880[-1886] Grant Book 40 Page 14 County Kimberley

No 2

HAMS, Edward farmer Hundred of Goyder Hundred of Stow land grant 1879 Grant Book 56 Page 445 County Stanley

HAMS, Edward farmer Whitwarta Hundred of Stow land grant 1885 Grant Book 56 Page 448 County Stanley

No 1

HAMS, George farmer Terowie trustee unnamed Cemetery Hundred of Terowie Hundred of Terowie land grant 1878 Grant Book 40 Page 7 County Kimberley

HAMS, George the Elder farmer near Hansborough Co Light Hundred of Terowie land grant 1880 Grant Book 40 Page 13 County Kimberley

HAMS, George farmer Terowie Hundred of Terowie land grant 1881 Grant Book 40 Page 15 County Kimberley

HAMS, Henry farmer Inman Valley 1862 Memorial 45/185

HAMS, Horace Edgar labourer Peterborough Hundred of Yongala land grant 1951 Grant Book 13 Page 243 County Dalhousie

No 1

HAMS, James farmer Eudunda Co Eyre. Hundred of Terowie land grant 1879 Grant Book 40 Page 11 County Kimberley

No 2

HAMS, James labourer Goodwood Road and Isabella Hams his wife 1881 Memorial 16/329

No 1 – perhaps the same person FIND CHECK RUN

HAMS, John linked with Section 577 Hundred of Alma Co Gawler 1863 Memorial 36/191

HAMS, John farmer Hansborough Co Light. Hundred of Para Wurlie land grant 1876[-1879] Grant Book 19 Page 5 County Fergusson

HAMS, John farmer Curramulka. Hundred of Curramulka land grant 1881 Grant Book 19 Page 434 County Fergusson

HAMS, Robert farmer Yongala. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1911 Grant Book 13 Page 211 County Dalhousie

No 1

HAMS, Thomas farmer near Hansborough Co Light. Hundred of Terowie land grant 187[-1880] Grant Book 40 Page 7 County Kimberley

HAMS, Thomas farmer Hundred of Yanyarrie Co Granville 1889 Memorial 155/399

HAMS, William George farmer Terowie Co Kimberley. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1881 Grant Book 13 Page 197 County Dalhousie

HANAGAN, Martin labourer Newenham 1877 Application 16472

HANALY, Daniel farmer Kapunda 1855 Memorial 31/85

No 1

HANCE, George clerk to JH FISHER solicitor Adelaide (North Tce) 1845[-1846] Memorial 98/5

HANCE, George gentleman Adelaide 1852[-1853] Memorial 105/41 Solicitor Adelaide 1853[-1857] Memorial 116/52

HANCE, George solicitor Adelaide (North Tce), died 28/7/1889. His friend, Alfred SPENCE, agent Adelaide was the executor and trustee Memorial 196/400

HANCE, James farmer The Sturt 1854 Hundred of Munno Para land grant Memorial 419/63

No 1

HANCE, John of Angas St, Adelaide Official Assigne of Insolvents' estates 1844 Memorial 410/3

HANCE, John of North Tce, Adelaide 1856 Memorial 346/111

HANCE, John gentleman Adelaide (North Tce) father of George Hance solicitor Adelaide (his only son) 1873 Memorial 121/320

HANCE, John gentleman formerly of 2 St James St, London, Middlesex, England, but then of North Tce, Adelaide, died 22/10/1879. His whole estate to his son, George Hance solicitor Adelaide absolutely. Estate worth £800 Enrolment 26/53

HANCE, Samuel farmer Evanston 1876 Application 15107

No 1

HANCHANT, Alfred blacksmith Pt Lincoln 1878[-1906] Memorial 12/309

HANCHANT, Alfred blacksmith Pt Lincoln Hundred of Lincoln land grant 1903 Grant Book 21 Page 49 County Flinders

HANCHANT, Alfred blacksmith Pt Lincoln 1927, declared that he had lived in the district for 60 years Application 27613

No 1

HANCKEL, Heinrich innkeeper Blumberg 1858 Memorial 347/139

HANCKEL, Heinrich Carl formerly licensed victualler Blumberg, but now an insolvent in 1863 Memorial 267/190

HANCKEL, Heinrich August Gustav farmer Mannum linked with Heinrich Carl Louis Julius Hanckel not described 1885 Memorial 108/364

No 1

HANCKEL, Heinrich Carl Louis Julius farmer near Mannum Hundred of Finniss land grant 1892[-1898] Grant Book 58 Page 45 County Sturt

HANCKEL, Heinrich Carl Louis Julius farmer Charleston 1898 Memorial 114/434, Application 23557

No 1

HANCKEL, Heinrich Eduard bookbinder Adelaide (Pirie St) 1851[-1853] Memorial 195/33

HANCKEL, Heinrich Eduard bookseller Norwood 1858 [Probably settled there since 1853] Memorials 493/59, 75/132

HANCKEL, Heinrich Eduard stationer Adelaide (Freeman St) Hundred of Inkerman land grant 1869 Grant Book 27 Page 122 County Gawler

No 1

HANCKEL, Johann Daniel farmer Gumeracha. Hundred of Talunga land grant 1850 Grant Book 1 Page 236 County Adelaide

HANCKEL, Johann Daniel farmer Gumeracha 1850[-1853] Memorial 115/25

HANCKEL, Johann Daniel farmer Blumberg 1855[-1866] Memorial 461/97

No 1

HANCKEL, Richard Carl Hermann blacksmith Mannum Co Sturt. Pinnaroo (Hundred of Pinnaroo) township allotment land grant 1907 Grant Book 12 Page 76 County Chandos

HANCKEL, Richard Carl Hermann blacksmith Roseberry 1915 Memorial 63/472

HANCKEL, Theodor Wilhelm Julius farmer Cournamont Hundred of Ridley land grant 1893 Grant Book 58 Page 155 County Sturt

HANCOCK, Alice Maud married woman Darlington 1922 Application 27075

No 1

HANCOCK, Archibald licensed victualler Adelaide (Foundry Hotel Hindley St) 1881[-1885] Memorial 221/334

HANCOCK, Archibald licensed victualler Riverton Hotel Riverton 1889 Memorial 229/397

HANCOCK, Arthur James Heywood Mt Compass Hundred of Nangkita land grant 1902 Grant Book 37 Page 16 County Hindmarsh

No 1 - likely to be the same person

HANCOCK, Benjamin farmer Hundred of Morgan. Pekina (Hundred of Pekina) township allotment land grant 1879 Grant Book 13 Page 193 County Dalhousie

HANCOCK, Benjamin farmer Jamestown Co Victoria. Hundred of Morgan land grant 1881 Grant Book 13 Page 415 County Dalhousie

HANCOCK, Caroline spinster Plympton 1870[-1882] Memorial 83/250

No 1 - perhaps the same person

HANCOCK, Charles labourer Adelaide 1842[-1849] Memorial 451/41

HANCOCK, Charles labourer Cowandilla 1850[-1854] Memorial 4/302

No 2 - probably a continuation of No 1

HANCOCK, Charles labourer Little Adelaide and Hannah Collins Hancock his wife 1855 Memorial 360/84

HANCOCK, Charles labourer Little Adelaide and Hannah Collins Hancock his wife parents of Thomas Hancock no description 1865 Memorial 49/206

HANCOCK, Charles labourer Little Adelaide 1871 Application 11657

HANCOCK, Charles labourer Little Adelaide, died 13/12/1885. Estate worth £40. Estate to his daughter, Eleanor Hancock. Application 27987

No 1

HANCOCK, Charles Stephen orchardist Mt Compass Hundred of Nangkita land grant 1901 Grant Book 37 Page 16 County Hindmarsh

HANCOCK, Charles Stephen Heywood Mt Compass Hundred of Nangkita land grant 1902 Grant Book 37 Page 16 County Hindmarsh

HANCOCK, Clifford Jame farmer Parilla. Hundred of Parilla land grant 1936 Grant Book 12 Page 102 County Chandos

No 1

HANCOCK, Daniel yeoman Yatala township near Alberton 1849 Memorial 400/13

HANCOCK, Daniel carrier Pt Adelaide 1852 Memorial 52/39

No 1 - likely to be the same person

HANCOCK, Edward miner Burra Burra 1849 Memorial 458/15

HANCOCK, Edward miner Brompton 1855[-1856] Memorial 419/84 Hundred of Mudla Wirra land grant 1856 Memorial 326/106

HANCOCK, Edward farmer Tam O'Shanter Belt 1855[-1856] Memorial 13/92

HANCOCK, Edward farmer Gawler River 1858 Memorial 86/147

HANCOCK, Edward farmer Pt Gawler 1859 Memorial 248/161

HANCOCK, Edward farmer Pt Gawler 1860 Application 1598

HANCOCK, Edward farmer Pt Gawler Hundred of Grace land grant 1863[-1865] Grant Book 27 Page 13 County Gawler

No 2

HANCOCK, Edward farmer Tea Tree Gully 1907[-1916] Memorial 129/456, Application 26555

HANCOCK, Edward farmer Tea Tree Gully, died 15/9/1942 Adelaide. People mentioned in his will included son Edward Frank Hancock farmer Tea Tree Gully, daughters Marjorie Elizabeth Hancock, Ellen Grace Hancock, Edith Gertrude GREGORY, Gladys Amanda PALTRIDGE, and Ida Mary HOARE; and nephew Eustace Hancock 1962 Application 29464

HANCOCK, Edward farmer Tea Tree Gully, died 15/9/1942 Adelaide. Father of Edward Frank Hancock, Marjorie Elizabeth Hancock, Ellen Grace Hancock, Edith Gertrude GREGORY, Gladys Amanda PALTRIDGE and Ida Mary HOARE. Uncle to Eustace Hancock Memorial 200/516

No 1

HANCOCK, Edward Frank farmer Tea Tree Gully, aged 59 in 1953 Application 28982.

HANCOCK, Edward Frank retired 41 Loken Rd, Tea Tree Gully 1963, born 22/7/1894, declared that he had lived in the area all his life. [Was he a brother to Marjorie Elizabeth Hancock spinster Modbury 1963, who was born on 3/12/1903?] Application 29534

No 1

HANCOCK, Elizabeth widow Gawler River 1888 [perhaps the relict of either Edward or John Hancock farmers Gawler River] Application 21327

No 2

HANCOCK, Elizabeth storekeeper Kapunda 1910 Application 25852

No 1

HANCOCK, Edwin Joseph gardener Brighton 1930 Memorial 141/503

HANCOCK, Edwin Joseph vigneron Brighton. St Jude's Anglican Church trustee 1931 Memorial 170/504

No 1

HANCOCK, George Frederick Beck Esquire Adelaide, became local attorney for John BECK sole surviving partner in the firm of FJ Beck & Co, about to leave for abroad 1882. [GFB Hancock perhaps a son of Charles Hancock solicitor 20 Tokenhouse Yard, London, Middlesex, England, son-in-law of Charles Beck the Elder, where the Beck family also traded as merchants. - therefore GFB Hancock would have been a nephew to John Beck of Adelaide] Deposit 42/1883, Memorial 268/138

HANCOCK, GFB merchant Adelaide (Grenfell St) 1885 Memorial 201/365

HANCOCK, George Frederick Beck merchant Adelaide 1889 One liquidator of the Commercial Bank of SA Application 21531

HANCOCK, George Frederick Beck merchant Adelaide 1890 Memorial 158/401

HANCOCK, George Henry farmer Penong Penong (Hundred of Burgoyne) township allotment land grant 1895 Grant Book 41 Page 13 County Kintore

HANCOCK, Harold Ethelbert shipping agent Pt Adelaide 1908 Application 25493

No 1 - perhaps the same person

HANCOCK, Henry farmer Brompton 1856 Enrolment/

HANCOCK, Henry of Stirling [near Pt Augusta] 1875 Memorial 218/283

No 1

HANCOCK, Henry Hill farmer Palmer 1881 Application 18598

HANCOCK, Henry Hill farmer Hundred of Palmer 1889[-1897] Memorial 133/399

HANCOCK, Henry Lipson mine manager Moonta Mines 1900 Memorial 192/440

No 1

HANCOCK, Henry Richard mining captain Moonta. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1872 Grant Book 14 Page 61 County Daly

HANCOCK, Henry Richard of Moonta Superintendent Moonta Mines and trustee Institute Moonta Mines 1875 Grant Book 14 Page 53 County Daly

HANCOCK, Henry Richard mining manager Moonta Mines trustee Wesleyan Methodist Chapel in the Hundred of Tiparra 1881 Grant Book 14 Page 418 County Daly

HANCOCK, Henry Richard superintendent Moonta Mines 1886 Memorial 134/374

HANCOCK, Henry Richard mining engineer Burnside 1903 Memorial 112/448

HANCOCK, Henry Richard mining engineer Moonta Mines. Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1906 Grant Book 14 Page 278 County Daly

HANCOCK, Henry Richard mining engineer Moonta 1907[-1908] Memorial 206/456

HANCOCK, Henry Richard mining engineer Avoca Tasmania 1911 Grant Book 15 Page 93 County Daly

HANCOCK, Henry Richard mining engineer Moonta 1915 Memorial 145/472

HANCOCK, Henry Richard mining engineer Burnside, died 14/1/1919. Estate worth £21,000. Husband of Loveday Maria Hancock. Father-in-law of Albert DAWE accountant Glenelg. Bequests to Annie JOLLY widow of the late Henry Jolly and to William Jolly the brother to HR Hancock's wife; also Ellen Louise HERBERT of McLaren Vale. Father of Henry Lipson Hancock, Edith Mary BENNETT, Leigh George Hancock, Annie Ellen DAWE, Edwin Joseph Hancock, William Rupert Hancock, Frank Ethelbert Hancock, Myra Elizabeth Hancock, Clement Richard Hancock and Alfred Vernon Hancock. Uncle to Clara Eliza Maud Hancock and Maria Alice May ALMOND Memorial 96/489

No 1

HANCOCK, John of Adelaide 1841 Application 20870

HANCOCK, John formerly labourer Adelaide but then yeoman Bowden 1842 [John Hancock had died by 1847 intestate when his widow, Ann Hancock, remarried to James JONES farmer Black Forest, perhaps formerly brickmaker Hindmarsh 1841. John and Ann Hancock were the parents of Mrs William DAVEY nee Elizabeth Hancock (the only surviving child), wife of William Davey bricklayer near Willunga] Application 3907

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

HANCOCK, John brickmaker Hindmarsh. Enfield Primitive Methodist Chapel and school trustee 1844 Memorial 410/3

No 3

HANCOCK, John bricklayer Mt Barker 1849[-1858] Memorial 141/18

HANCOCK, John bricklayer Mt Barker. Langhorne Creek allotment purchase 1854 Memorial 325/70

HANCOCK, John gentleman Dunnolly Vic owned land in Langhorne Creek township 1877 Memorial 211/300

No 4

HANCOCK, John labourer Adelaide 1850 Memorial 150/22

HANCOCK, John storekeeper The Torrrens 1851 Memorial 474/36

HANCOCK, John storekeeper Campbelltown 1853[-1864] Memorial 333/59

HANCOCK, John baker Campbelltown 1855[-1867] Memorial 314/84 FIND DATE OF DEATH

HANCOCK, John storekeeper Campbelltown Blanchetown township allotment land grant 1868 Grant Book 17 Page 298 County Eyre

HANCOCK, John storekeeper and omnibus proprietor Campbelltown, died 15/10/1866 aboard the ship Edinburgh at Newcastle [England or Australia?]. His estate in trust to his friend, Henry FOOTE publican Adelaide and John CROZIER the Younger stockholder The Murray. The income and use to go to his widow, Elizabeth Hancock, in trust for life or until her remarriage, then everything to be sold and the proceeds handed to his children in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant. Estate worth £150 Application 23890

HANCOCK, Elizabeth widow of the late John Hancock formerly storekeeper and mail contractor Campbelltown but now deceased, died 8/6/1898 Stepney St, St Peters, of valvular heart disease and bronchitis, aged 78 Application 23891

No 5

HANCOCK, John farmer Gawler River [Husband of Sarah Hancock nee HODGKINSON] 1851 Memorial 291/30

No 6 – mixture of the Elder and the Younger

HANCOCK, John farmer Bald Hills near Inman Valley 1854 Memorial 157/71

HANCOCK, John farmer Inman Valley 1854[-1860]. Trustee Independent Chapel Encounter Bay Memorial 53/90

HANCOCK, John the Elder farmer Inman Valley Co Hindmarsh. Hundred of Dalrymple land grant 1879 Grant Book 19 Page 139 County Fergusson

HANCOCK, John [the Younger?] farmer Stansbury Hundred of Dalrymple land grant 1879 Grant Book 19 Page 139 County Fergusson

HANCOCK, John farmer Inman Valley 1894 Application 22631

HANCOCK, John the Elder farmer Inman Valley. Hundred of Encounter Bay land grant 1894 Grant Book 36 Page 92 County Hindmarsh

No 7

HANCOCK, John farmer near Moonta. Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1873[-1881] Grant Book 14 Page 412 County Daly

HANCOCK, John farmer Penang. Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1882 Grant Book 14 Page 419 County Daly

HANCOCK, John farmer Penang. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1883 Grant Book 14 Page 243 County Daly

No 8

HANCOCK, John farmer Watervale Co Stanley. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 117 County Victori

HANCOCK, John farmer Belalie 1881 Memorial 63/335

No 9

HANCOCK, John Heywood Mt Compass Hundred of Nangkita land grant 1902 Grant Book 37 Page 16 County Hindmarsh

No 10

HANCOCK, John farmer near Auburn 1924 Memorial 113/490

HANCOCK, John retired farmer Auburn, died 14/8/1931, of cerebral haemorrhage and cirrhosis of the liver, aged 71. A bachelor. Born Boltonpercy, Yorks, England. In SA 71 years. Uncle to RC Hancock farmer Auburn. Likely to be a relative of Mary Hancock spinster Auburn and Emma Jane Hancock spinster Crystal Brook and Mary Ann ROBERTS widow Auburn Memorial 26/506

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

HANCOCK, Joseph Bible Christian minister Kooringa 1864 Memorial 307/194

HANCOCK, Joseph Bible Christian minister Kapunda 1870 Memorial 173/249

HANCOCK, J Bible Christian minister Moonta 1872 Memorial 44/259

HANCOCK, Joseph the Younger Minister of the Gospel trustee Pt Augusta Bible Christian Chapel 1884 Application 20383

HANCOCK, Joseph Oscar Baker farmer Mallala 1893[-1907] Memorial 185/416, Application 25366

No 1

HANCOCK, Mary spinster Port Road, Auburn, died 20/4/1949. Sister to Emma Jane Hancock spinster Crystal Brook. Executor; William Edgar Hancock labourer formerly of Lower Wakefield but now of Balaklava Memorial 114/524

HANCOCK, Mary spinster Port Rd, Auburn, died 20/4/1949. Executors: Wiliam Edgar Hancock labourer Balaklava, Emma Jane Hancock spinster Crystal Brook, and Mary Ann ROBERTS widow Auburn 1949 Application 28680

No 1

HANCOCK, Ralph farmer Inman Valley Co Hindmarsh. Hundred of Barunga land grant 1879 Grant Book 14 Page 460 County Daly

HANCOCK, Ralph farmer Snowtown. Hundred of Barunga land grant 1880[-1902] Grant Book 14 Page 461 County Daly

HANCOCK, Ralph farmer Condowie Plains Hundred of Barunga land grant 1881 Grant Book 14 Page 465 County Daly

HANCOCK, Ralph farmer Inman Valley Co Hindmarsh. Hundred of Barunga land grant 1884 Grant Book 14 Page 475 County Daly

HANCOCK, Ralph farmer Snowtown 1886 Memorial 26/379

HANCOCK, Ralph farmer Snowtown, died before 1907. Executors – Louisa Hancock widow Snowtown and Louisa Ann Hancock spinster Snowtown. Snowtown (Hundred of Barunga) township allotment land grant Grant Book 14 Page 163 County Daly

HANCOCK, Richard farmer near Rhynie Co Gawler. Hundred of Upper Wakefield land grant 1864 Grant Book 56 Page 117 County Stanley

HANCOCK, Russell John manager Phoenix Cycle and Motor Tyre Co Ltd Adelaide (Pirie St) 1906 Memorial 46/456

HANCOCK, Samuel shoemaker Kapunda and Elizabeth Hancock his wife 1894 Application 22733

HANCOCK, Samuel Ephraim farmer Kapunda 1901 Application 24208

No 1

HANCOCK, Silas John builder Kapunda 1903 Memorial 177/449

HANCOCK, Silas John builder Kapunda 1910 Application 25852

No 1

HANCOCK, Thomas yeoman Edwardstown 1850 Memorial 259/22

HANCOCK, Thomas labourer Black Forest 1853 Memorial 471/60

HANCOCK, Charlotte 25 Edwardstown (Father: Thomas Hancock) married John REYNOLDS 21 carpenter Edwardstown (Father; Thomas Reynolds) on 7/1/1861 Police Court private home Adelaide. Minister; FW COX. Witnesses: William COBBIN office keeper Adelaide Local Court and Emma Cobbin 1890 Application 21826

HANCOCK, Thomas farmer Edwardstown 1863 Application 21826

HANCOCK, Thomas formerly labourer Black Forest and later farmer Edwardstown but now deceased 1890; Section 59 Hundred of Pt Gawler to his widow, Elizabeth Hancock of Edwardstown , in trust for life, then to Rebecca HAYMAN wife of William Hayman farmer Pt Gawler and Charlotte REYNOLDS wife of John Reynolds carpenter Glenelg, absolutely in remainder expectant Application 21826

HANCOCK, Elizabeth widow Edwardstown 1885 Widow of the late Thomas Hancock yeoman Edwardstown Application 20773

No 2

HANCOCK, Thomas barman Pt Adelaide 1856[-1859] Memorial 314/99

HANCOCK, Thomas formerly of Pt Adelaide but now of Wagga Wagga NSW 1883 Memorial104/347

No 3

HANCOCK, Thomas teamster Mt Gambier, was a son of Charles Hancock labourer Little Adelaide and his wife, Hannah Collins Hancock. His mother gave him two allotments (59 & 60) in Nailsworth 'out of natural love and affection' in 1865. In 1870, Thomas Hancock borrowed money from William MILTON farmer Compton near Mt Gambier to go wheat share farming along the road to Caroline. The venture failed utterly, and T Hancock borrowed a futher £20 from William Milton to cross the border to Victoria and take up a selection c late 1870s. Apparently, he went first with his brother, Harry Hancock, to somewhere near Nelson Vic, probably Digby. By 1882, he was living at Ascot Heath near Dartmoor, when he sold his Nailsworth allotments to William Milton to discharge his debts. His death was not registered in Vic. George R CLARKE of Power St, Mt Gambier, and Albert A Hancock of Merino Vic, believed that they were related to Thomas Hancock (AA Hancock believed he was a grandson). A belief that Thomas Hancock died c1886 Application 28000

HANCOCK, Thomas Latimer farmer Inman Valley 1894 Application 22631

No 1

HANCOCK, Wallace clerk Pt Adelaide 1873 Application 12661

HANCOCK, Wallace clerk Pt Adelaide 1877 Memorial 139/297

HANCOCK, Wallace clerk Pt Adelaide 1921. He joined the leading firm of Joseph STILLING & Co's Pt Adelaide office in September 1869 Application 26998

No 1

HANCOCK, Walter farmer Tea Tree Gully 1907 Memorial 2/457

HANCOCK, Walter farmer Tea Tree Gully 1926 Application 27476

HANCOCK, Walter vigneron and farmer Tea Tree Gully 1928 Application 27693

No 1

HANCOCK, William miller Hartfield near Adelaide 1844 Application 19515

HANCOCK, William miller Hartfield 1844[-1868] Memorial 53/4

HANCOCK, William miller near Adelaide 1844 Memorial 131/4

HANCOCK, William miller South Road, Plympton 1855. His 'steam flour mill, engine, boiler, mill stones, dressing machine and … 3 cottages' stood on pt Section 54 Survey B. He gave up this business and moved away in 1855. Benjamin and Caroline Hancock also associated with this family Memorial 440/86

HANCOCK, William gentleman Black Forest linked with Caroline Hancock spinster Plympton 1870 Memorial 82/250

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1; also a possibility of confusion with HANCOX, William farmer St Marys.

HANCOCK, William miller St Marys 1848 Memorial 110/11

No 3

HANCOCK, William labourer formerly of North Adelaide but now of Dry Creek 1861 Memorial 66/176

HANCOCK, William farmer Upper Dry Creek 1865[-1884] Memorial 20/206

HANCOCK, William farmer Tea Tree Gully 1885. He could not write Application 20806

HANCOCK, William farmer Tea Tree Gully, died c1886. His widow, Elizabeth Hancock, died 21/9/1894. Uncle of Amelia Grace Hancock, who married 1/2/1888 Tea Tree Gully, Thomas RAWLINGS. By 1941, Mrs Rawlings was a widow of Gladstone. Mother of Walter Gordon Rawlings millhand 143 Childers St, North Adelaide Memorial 25/516

HANCOCK, William the Elder farmer Tea Tree Gully, died 11/5/1886. His £1,450 estate to his wife, Elizabeth Hancock, absolutely, exceptfor certain real estate and also money, which his children inherited after his wife had died. His son Thomas Hancock, son William Hancock the Younger, son Edward Hancock, son Walter Hancock, daughter Mary Ann Hancock and niece Amelia Hancock mentioned by name in the will. W Hancock the Elder could not write Application 28982

HANCOCK, William the Elder farmer Tea Tree Gully, died c late 1880s-early 1890s. His personal estate to his wife, Elizabeth Hancock. Section 5484 to be sold to raise funds to give legacies to his son Thomas Hancock, daughter Mary Ann Hancock, and his niece Amelia Hancock. His wife, Elizabeth Hancock, to have the income from the rest of the real estate for life, then certain Sections to sons William Hancock the Younger, Frederick Hancock, Edward Hancock and Walter Hancock, and his daughter Mary Ann Hancock. A person called Jesse CANNING also received benefits under the will. William Hancock the Elder could not write. Elizabeth Hancock, died 21/9/1894 Tea Tree Gully, of bronchitis, aged 68 Application 22809

HANCOCK, William farmer Tea Tree Gully, died 11/5/1886. He left his personal estate absolutely, and real estate in trust for his wife, Elizabeth Hancock, for life, and afterwards to his children according to his will - Willliam, Frederick, Edward and Walter Hancock got land. His daughter - Mary Ann Hancock - and his niece, Amelia Hancock - to get money from the sale of certain land. Any land not specifically mentioned in the will to be sold after his wife's death and the money distribued equally amongst the children. William Hancock could not write. When Elizabeth Hancock died, 21/9/1894, she left her £340 estate to her sons, Frederick, Edward and Walter Hancock, in equal shares Application 27693

No 4

HANCOCK, William builder Moonta. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1867 Grant Book 14 Page 57 County Daly

HANCOCK, William builder and contractor Kadina. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1876 Grant Book 14 Page 231 County Daly

No 5

HANCOCK, William farmer The Hummocks Co Daly. Hundred of Koolunga land grant 1875 Grant Book 55 Page 181 County Stanley

No 6

HANCOCK, William grocer Kensington 1880 Memorial 198/322

No 1

HANCOCK, William Henry farmer Pt Gawler. Hundred of Dalkey land grant 1883 Grant Book 26 Page 242 County Gawler

HANCOCK, William Henry farmer Woods Co Gawler 1906[-1907] Application 25341

HANCORNE, JG accountant Laura 1887 Memorial 141/385

No 1

HANCOX, William now residing on a Section on the road to the Kangaroo Hotel 1844 Memorial 27/51

HANCOX, William farmer St Marys near the Sturt River. Apparently, he established the Hand and Heart Hotel on Section 44 South Road 1845[-1851] Memorials 307/5,117/29

HANCOX, William St Marys 1852 Memorial 241/41

HANCOX, William storekeeper St Marys 1853 Memorial 279/48

HANCOX, William storekeeper South Road 1853[-1860] Memorial 26/51, Application 1958

HANCOX, William farmer South Road 1855 Memorial 457/88

HANCOX, William farmer St Mary’s South Road 1859 Application 1003

HANCOX, William farmer St Marys South Road 1862. He could not write Application 3540

HANCOX, William gentleman Edwardstown, died c1874. Bequests to Margaret Winefred NICOL wife of James Nicol farmer Meadows, Mary Ann Nicol a minor of Meadows (James and Margaret Nicol's daughter), Charlotte Hancox widow Chesset Wood, Hockey Heath, Co Warwick, England, and probably her children of the same address - Thomas Hancox, David Hancox, Elizabeth Hancox, Charlotte Hancox, and Emma Hancox. Executors; Charles EVERETT grocer Adelaide (Rundle St) and Peter MURRIE storekeeper Meadows Memorial 12/275

HAND, George farmer Adelaide 1851 Memorial 45/33

HAND, Jacob and William farmers Yarrowie 1879 Memorial 170/315

No 1

HAND, John blacksmith Gawler 1864[-1869] Memorial 10/238

HAND, John moulder Willaston 1869 Memorial 139/243

HAND, John blacksmith Willaston 1876 Memorial 131/295

HAND, John moulder and blacksmith Willaston, died 20/1/1903. Husband of Patience Helen Hand. Estate worth £150. Mrs Hand died 12/7/1920 Adelaide. Estate worth £750 left to daughter Adeline MCNICOL and granddaughter Alice CORROLL to deal with. Mother of Eli Hand engine driver Prospect. Other children mentioned but not named Memorials 131 & 163/485

HAND, John blacksmith Willaston, died 20/1/1903. He left his entire estate to his wife, Patience Helen Hand. Estate worth £150. Patience Helen Hand widow Willaston, died 12/7/1920 Adelaide. Estate worth £750. Son Eli Hand engine driver Prospect, another son, John Thomas Hand, was dead, as was a granddaughter, Alice CORROLL. Daughter Adeline MCNICOL mentioned. Likely to have been other children as well Application 27142

No 1

HAND, William builder near Kapunda 1865 Memorial 207/206

No 2

HAND, William formerly of Caltowie but now of Yarrowie, building a hotel in Yarrowie 1878 Memorial 28/311

HANDBY, George of Alberton and Jane Hanby his wife 1911 Application 25968

HANDBY, Harry licensed victualler Pt Elliot and Annie Catherine Handby his wife 1913[-1914] Memorial 75/468

No 1 - appears to be confusion with name order

HANDBY, Herbert Harry pay clerk Pt Elliot 1922 Memorial 158/484

HANDBY, Harry Herbert boarding house keeper Pt Elliot 1922 Application 27098

HANDBY, Harry Herbert boarding house proprietor Pt Elliot 1946 Memorial 168/519

No 1

HANDCOCK, Henry labourer Walkerville 1853[-1864] Memorial 400/60

HANDCOCK, Henry labourer formerly of Walkerville but now of near Mt Gambier 1869 Memorial 210/238

No 1

HANDEL/HÄNDEL, Johann Christlieb blacksmith Blumberg 1854 Memorial 321/65

HANDEL/HÄNDEL, Johann Christlieb farmer Blumberg 1866 Application 7787

HANDEL/HÄNDEL, Johann Gustav farmer Monarto 1884 Memorial 171/357

HANDFORD, Henry labourer Bowden 1852[-1853] Memorial 43/46

HANDKE, Heinrich Gottlieb labourer Point Pass 1902 Memorial 36/445

HANDLEY, John yeoman Adelaide 1858 Memorial 70/134

HANDLEY, Robert blacksmith Adelaide 1849 Memorial 37/15

HANDLEY, Timothy farmer Mananarie 1886 Memorial 49/376

HANDS, John moulder Willaston 1869 Application 10176

HANDTKE, Ewald storekeeper Greenock 1956, declared that he had been born on 14/5/1896 and had lived at Greenock for 30 years Application 29163

No 1

HANDYSIDE, Andrew Dods mail contractor Penola 1878 Memorial 159/305

HANDYSIDE, Andrew Dods agent Adelaide 1883 Memorial 169/351

HANDYSIDE, Andrew Dods stockholder Creecoona near Bordertown 1883 Memorial 212/351

HANEL, Alfred George farmer near Millicent Hundred of Mt Muirhead land grant 1897 Grant Book 31 Page 205 County Grey

No 1

HANEL, Carl farmer Robe 1887 Memorial 134/387

No 2

HANEL, Carl the Younger labourer Hatherleigh, had died by 1902 intestate. Letters of administration to Carl Hanel the Elder farmer Millicent to settle the estate Grant Book 31 Page 209 County Grey

HANEL, Robert Edward labourer Millicent Hundred of Mt Muirhead land grant 1896 Grant Book 31 Page 205 County Grey

HANEMANN, Robert engine driver Pt Adelaide 1912 Application 26115

No 1

HANFORD, William teamster Burra 1856 Memorial 246/107

HANFORD, William farmer Mt Bryan Flat Hundred of Terowie land grant 1880[-1885] Grant Book 40 Page 14 County Kimberley

HANFORD, William farmer Terowie Co Kimberley. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1895 Grant Book 13 Page 203 County Dalhousie

HANIFY, Gerald Page general agent Adelaide (Grenfell St) 1889 Memorial 203/395

No 1

HANISCH, Johann Ernst wheelwright Freeling Freeling (Hundred of Nuriootpa) township allotment land grant 1882 Grant Book 44 Page 311 County Light

HANISCH, Johann Ernst yeoman Freeling 1905 Memorial 46/454

HANISON, William Henry Crane miller Woodville 1890 Memorial 153/406

HANK, William linked with Pt Section 230 Hundred of Onkaparinga 1883 Memorial 115/348

No 1

HANKEL, Wilhelm farmer Woodside 1854[-1862] Memorial 3/68

HANKEL, Wilhelm tinsmith Woodside 1866 Memorial 35/214

No 1

HANKEY, Robert Alers gentleman Springfield 1866 Memorial 78/220

HANKEY, Robert Alers Esquire Warcowie Station 1871 Memorial 163/257

HANKEY, Robert Alers Esquire Glenelg 1873 Memorial 133/264

HANKEY, Robert Alers Esquire formerly of Glenelg but now of Brighton, Sussex, England 1881 Memorial 141/341

HANKEY, Robert Alers - a son of John Alers Hankey and his wife, Sarah Burrows Alers Hankey. JA Hankey lived at Richmond, Surrey, England, but died 15/1/1872 after he had moved to 2 Kensington Palace Gardens, Middlesex. He left Warcowie Station in SA to RA Hankey. JA Hankey left an estate worth £140,000 Memorial 1/262, Deposit 144/1872

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

HANKINS, Charles carrier Thebarton 1875 Memorial 96/279

HANKINS, Charles labourer Thebarton 1875 Memorial 150/283

HANKINS, Charles carter George St, Thebarton, died 25/7/1893. Husband of Elizabeth Ann Hankins. Father of Charles Henry Hankins carter Thebarton, Ernest Hankins and Walter Herbert Hankins carrier George St, Thebarton Memorial 36/493

HANKINS, Charles carrier George St, Thebarton, died 30/10/1893. He left his wife, Elizabeth Ann Hankins, his real estate for her lifetime. His son, Charles Henry Hankins, had the use of the stables and yard in Maria St, Thebarton during her lifetime, provided he paid the rates and taxes on the property, plus £2 cash to his mother a week, reduced to £1 upon the death of her afflicted son, John Hankins. Charles Hankins' two brothers, Ernest and Walter, had to pay a similar amount towards the upkeep of their brother John Hankins. Bachelor John Hankins carter Thebarton died 5/9/1908, of epilepsy since childhood, aged 50. CH Hankins to inherit the homestead and two allotments in George St; his brother Ernest to inherit the other house and two allotments in George St, Thebarton, plus two allotments in Maria St, Thebarton. Son Walter Hankins to have two cottages in George St, and 7 allotment in East St, New Thebarton. His daughter Rosina Mitchell to inherit £100 which her brothers had to pay to her in equal amounts. The sons to share the household furniture equally amongst them. This estate worth £1,200. Elizabeth Ann Hankins died 19/1/1925. She left £25 to her daughter Rosina MITCHELL of 222 Browning Rd, Moonta Mines, and the rest of her £307 estate to her spinster daughter, Lillie Hankins. Mrs Hankins was blind when she died. Ernest Hankins carter formerly of West Thebarton now of 9 Kintore St, Mile End 1926, declared that he was 51 years old and had lived in Thebarton for more than 40 years Application 27433

HANKINS, C[harles] contractor George St, Thebarton 1911 Application 25969

HANKINS, Lillie spinster 40 George St, Thebarton 1935 Application 27989

No 1

HANKINS, Walter Herbert carter 27a George St, Thebarton 1918 Memorial 181/476

HANKINS, Walter Herbert carrier formerly of George St, Thebarton now Kintore St, Mile End, died 25/7/1923. He left his wife, Lucy Maud Hankins, £300, with the residual estate to go into trust for all his children once they had all turned 25. Lillie Hankins was a sister to WH Hankins. Estate worth £1625 1925 Application 27378

HANKS, James labourer Bowden 1853 Memorial 432/47

HANKS, Raymond Arthur born 3/11/1916, assumed in 1921 the name of Raymond Arthur TOHL. His mother, Caroline Jane Hanks, remarried 8/6/1921 to Eli Ernest Tohl of 88 Prospect Road, Prospect Memorial 122a/483

No 1

HANKS, Robert Perry of the Bay Road 1852 Memorial 93/44

HANKS, Robert Perry farmer Adelaide 1854 Memorial 14/63

HANLEY, Catherine widow Gouger St West, Adelaide, died 31/12/1882, of pulmonary consumption, colliquative diarrhoea, aged 48. Relict of the late Daniel Hanley labourer Adelaide. Mother-in-law of James Joseph CLINES labourer Adelaide (Gilbert St) Memorial 184/487

HANLEY, James butcher Salt Creek Yorke Peninsula linked with Thomas Hanley bushman Adelaide 1875 Memorial 78/279

HANLEY, Martin blacksmith North Kapunda 1847 Memorial 256/8

HANLEY, Mary of Adelaide 1872 Application 12088

No 1

HANLEY, Thomas bushman Adelaide but temporarily residing at Barrow Creek 1876 Application 15504

HANLEY, Thomas Northern Territory telegraph inspector Alice Springs 1892, stated that he was born in Kapunda in 1846, the son of Martin Hanley of Kapunda later gold digger in Victoria. The family's home in Kapunda burnt down c1854. Shortly afterwards, Martin Hanley left for the Victorian diggings, leaving his family in SA. He corresponded with his family regularly until 1861, when his wife learned that he had been killed on the diggings, although she never learned how this occurred. Mrs Hanley died 17/6/1874. The Hanleys, originating in Ireland, had married in Scotland in 1841, shortly before emigrating to SA. Their eldest surviving son, James Hanley, was born in Adelaide in 1842. Mosty of the family's documents were burnt in the Kapunda fire. Thomas Hanley's sister, Jane MCCARTHY widow George St, Adelaide, had collected the rent for their father's land at Springfield, which Martin Hanlin bought soon after James Hanley was born in 1840. Mrs McCarthy had taken over this task after her mother died in 1874. James Hanley butcher Salt Creek Yorke Peninsula, had inherited the land as his father's heir-at-law. He sold it to his brother, Thomas Hanley bushman Adelaide for £30 in 1875 Application 22397

HANLIN, Ann widow Adelaide 1845[-1849] Memorial 217/5 Of Lyndoch Valley late 1849[-1854] Memorial 191/17

No 1

HANLIN, Frank farmer Pandappa Dam 1895 Memorial 8/425

HANLIN, Frank and George graziers Pandappa 1897 Memorial 52/432

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

HANLIN, George farmer near Kapunda Hundred of Neales land grant 1867 Grant Book 17 Page 187 County Eyre

HANLIN, George grazier Pandappa Dam 1891 Memorial 121/410

HANLIN, George stockholder Tuilkilkey and Hannah Hanlin his wife 1894[-1898] Memorial 27/421

HANLIN, George the Elder grazier Pandappa Dam 1895. George Hanlin the Younger mentioned but not described Memorial 140/423

HANLIN, George grazier Terowie 1920 Memorial 50/480

HANLIN, George sheepfarmer Tuilkilkey near Pandappa, died 8/1/1922. Husband of Ellen Hanlin. Father of George James Hanlin, Mary Jane WILLIAMS wife of Frank Williams carrier Terowie. Grandfather of Margaret May Hanlin. Children of his second wife, Hannah Hanlin - Hannah WILKIN wife of Frederick Wilkin police constable Edwardstown, Frank Hanlin motorman Adelaide, Norman Hanlin police constable Murat Bay, Samuel Hanlin station manager Tuilkilkey, Rose Orwell CAMERON wife of John Cameron farmer Strathalbyn, Lavinia Gertrude BLAIR wife of Herbert John Blair master mariner Pt Adelaide, Marion Irene Hanlin spinster Kuilkilkey, and Rose Hannah Hanlin spinster Kuilkilkey 1922 Memorial 6/487

No 2

HANLIN, George farmer Yarcowie. Hundred of Whyte land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 50 County Victoria

HANLIN, George farmer Whyte Yarcowie Co Victoria. Franklyn (Hundred of Wonna) township allotment land grant 1881 Grant Book 40 Page 102 County Kimberley

No 1

HANLIN, George James the Younger grazier Pandappa 1899 Memorial 74/439

HANLIN, George James the Younger sheepfarmer Pandappa. Hundred of Wonna land grant 1900 Grant Book 40 Page 70 County Kimberley

HANLIN, James farmer Spring Creek [probably somewhere near Kapunda] 1866 Memorial 67/214

No 1

HANLIN, Thomas farmer Allen Creek 1852 Memorial 411/42

HANLIN, Thomas of Summerhill Kapunda 1855 Memorial 102/92

HANLIN, Thomas farmer Kapunda 1855 Memorial 215/110

HANLIN, Thomas farmer Allen Creek 1859 Memorial 159/150

HANLIN, Thomas farmer formerly of Allen Creek near Kapunda 1852 but now of Summerhill near Kapunda 1862 Application 3722

HANLIN, William farmer Hamley Bridge Hundred of Alma land grant 1882 Grant Book 26 Page 64 County Gawler

HANLON/O’HANLON, Hugh labourer North Adelaide 1888 Application 21480

No 1

HANLON, Patrick labourer Para Plains 1853 Memorial 347/49

HANLON, Patrick farmer Para Plains 1856 Memorial 13/104

No 1

HANN, Asher butcher Adelaide 1868 Memorial 127/234

HANN, Asher licensed victualler and butcher Adelaide (King William St) 1872 Memorial 65/260

HANN, CR accountant Adelaide 1925 Memorial 162/492

HANN, Edward labourer Felixstow 1861 Memorial 25/177

HANN, Edwin farmer Fifth Creek 1885 Memorial 195/364

HANN, Edwin John (sometimes known as Edward John Hann) gardener Marden 1946 Memorial 131/520

HANN, Emanuel labourer Payneham 1878 Application 16758.

No 1

HANN, Frank draper Adelaide 1874 Application 13746

HANN, Frank of Adelaide, about to leave the province for a time, power of attorney to Harry Dickson GELL accountant Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 9/5/1877 Deposit 180/1877

HANN, Frank importer Adelaide 1882 Application 19298

No 1

HANN, George clerk to Messrs BRIGHT & BRIGHT solicitors Kooringa 1915[-1917] Memorial 114/473

HANN, George managing clerk to Messrs BRIGHT & BRIGHT solicitors Kooringa 1923 Memorial 119/488

No 2 - likely to be a continuation of No 1

HANN, George agent Kooringa 1926 Memorial 160/494

No 1

HANN, Henry Arthur gardener Marden near Payneham 1914 Memorial 74/471

HANN, Henry Arthur market gardener Marden, died 4/2/1930 Adelaide Hospital, North Tce, Adelaide. Father of Edward John Hann gardener Marden, Charlotte Louisa Hann, Eva SCHMIDT wife of Ernst Heinrich Schmidt gardener Evandale, Nelly Maria Hann, Wesley Arthur Hann, May MARTIN and Whitfield James Hann Memorial 102/503

No 1

HANN, James Higgins gentleman Adelaide 1852 Memorial 130/40 Gentleman Moreton Villa Gawler River 1853 Memorial 257/49 Esquire Islington 1854 Memorial 327/62

HANN, James Higgins gentleman formerly of Moreton Villa, Gawler River but now of Marshwood, Dorset, England 1857 Memorial 174/130

HANN, James Higgins Esquire Marshwood, Dorset, power of attorney to Charles FENN and William Alfred WEARING gentlemen Adelaide, to sell certain of his lands in SA 28/4/1857 Deposit 528/1857

HANN, John Edwin gardener Campbelltown 1879[-1884] Memorial 181/317

HANN, Mary Jane married woman Campbelltown 1910 Application 25882

No 1

HANN, Percival William Thomas tramway conductor Payneham and Frances Agnes Hann his wife 1925 Memorial 57/493

HANN, Percival William Thomas tailor Pinnaroo and Frances Agnes Hann his wife 1930 Memorial 149/503

HANN, Percival William Thomas tailor Evandale and Frances Agnes Hann his wife 1933 Memorial 61/506

No 1

HANN, Silvanus William labourer Mt Gambier Hundred of Mayurra land grant 1884 Grant Book 31 Page 230 County Grey

HANN, Silvanius William mason Mayurra Hundred of Mayurra land grant 1899 Grant Book 31 Page 235 County Grey

HANN, Silvanus William grazier Robe 1937 Application 28102

HANN, Vincent Baden William farm assistant Robe S-E 1927[-1937] Memorial 99/498, Application 28101

HANN, William Albert fruiterer Adelaide (Sturt St) and Elizabeth Vial Hann his wife 1923 Application 27157
HANNA, Dawson farmer Marrabel 1889 Application 21715

HANNA, Edward farmer Pekina trustee Pekina Cemetery 1882 Grant Book 13 Page 167 County Dalhousie

No 1

HANNA, Henry Edward farmer Forreston 1912 Memorial 87/466

HANNA, Henry Edward farmer Forreston 1932 Application 27869

HANNA, James yeoman Adelaide 1849[-1853] Memorial 361/14

No 1

HANNA, John publican Saddleworth 1916 Memorial 5/475

HANNA, John licensed victualler Saddleworth 1918 Application 26727

No 1

HANNA, John Samuel publican Yankalilla Hotel 1940 Application 28277

HANNA, John Samuel hotelkeeper Yankalilla, aged 41 years in 1942, declared that he had spent 2.5 years in the area Application 28320

No 1

HANNA, Michael farmer Tam O'Shanter Belt 1874 Memorial 138/273

HANNA, Michael farmer Tam O'Shanter Belt, died 15/1/1879. Estate to his children Mary Ann Hanna and Thomas Hannan; also to Patience SMITH wife of Robert Smith of Magill and Elizabeth LEE wife of Philip Lee mason Adelaide (not clear whether these women are daughters) Memorial 139/313

HANNA, Michael farmer Tam O'Shanter Belt, died 15/1/1879. His daughter Mary Ann Hannah all his personal estate. £50 to his son, Thomas Hannah builder Adelaide. The rest of his estate to be divided equally amongst Patience SMITH wife of Robert Smith labourer Magill, Elizabeth LEE wife of Phillip Lee mason Adelaide, and to the testator's daughter, Mary Ann Hanna. By 1913, Mary Ann Hanna was a spinster of Prosser Ave, Norwood Application 26255

HANNA, Richard farmer Gumeracha 1859 Memorial 36/155

No 1 - perhaps the same person

HANNA, Robert farmer Pt Elliot 1853[-1858] Memorial 163/50

HANNA, Robert farmer Flagstaff Hill 1864 Application 5800

HANNAFORD, Claude Wilbur farmer Riverton 1950 Memorial 113/524

No 1 - likely to be the same person

HANNAFORD, Frederick and John yeomen Gumeracha 1853 Memorial 396/53

HANNAFORD, Frederick farmer Riverton 1857[-1860] Probably linked with George Hannaford Hatchland Farm near Gumeracha Memorial 121/118

HANNAFORD, Frederick farmer formerly of Riverton but now of Chain of Ponds 1868 Memorial 62/236

HANNAFORD, Frederick gentleman Mt Bera Chain of Ponds 1881 Application 18955

HANNAFORD, Frederick formerly farmer Chain of Ponds but now out of business Kent Town 1893 Memorial 154/418

No 2

HANNAFORD, Frederick miller Clare 1863[-1865] Memorial 194/189

HANNAFORD, Frederick miller Clare linked with John Elliott Hannaford farmer Riverton 1865 Memorial 246/201

HANNAFORD, Frederick formerly miller Clare but now land agent Gumeracha 1869 Memorial 223/237

HANNAFORD, Frederick miller Mt Barker 1870 Memorial 61/250

No 1 - likely to be the same person

HANNAFORD, Elliott gentleman Pekina Lodge Orroroo. Hundred of Walloway land grant 1878 Grant Book 13 Page 221 County Dalhousie

HANNAFORD, Elliott farmer Gumeracha Co Adelaide. Hundred of Walloway land grant 1882 Grant Book 13 Page 224 County Dalhousie

HANNAFORD, Frederick landowner Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of Walloway land grant 1882 Grant Book 13 Page 224 County Dalhousie

HANNAFORD, Frederick George the Younger farmer Finniss Point 1896 Memorial 199/431

No 1 - likely to be the same person

HANNAFORD, George and Richard farmers Gumeracha 1845 Memorial 140/5

HANNAFORD, George farmer Hartley Vale 1854 Memorial 380/71

HANNAFORD, George farmer Talunga 1856 Memorial 109/154

HANNAFORD, George the Younger farmer Fox Creek 1881 Application 18955

HANNAFORD, George of Fox Creek Hundred of Talunga 1882 Memorial 11/344

HANNAFORD, George husbandman Dingo Vale Western Sources of the Torrens 1897 Memorial 48/432

HANNAFORD, George formerly farmer Fox Creek near Millbrook but now gentleman Kent Town 1919 Memorial 102/486

No 2

HANNAFORD, George farmer Riverton Hundred of Ramsay land grant 1879 Grant Book 19 Page 338 County Fergusson

HANNAFORD, George farmer Mannahill Lancelot (Hundred of Gumbowie) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 40 Page 65 County Kimberley

No 1

HANNAFORD, George William of Gumeracha and HANNAFORD, John Elliott of Riverton farmers 1860 Application 1257

HANNAFORD, George William farmer Hatchland Farm Western Sources of the Torrens 1897 Memorial 48/432

HANNAFORD, George William farmer formerly of Gumeracha but then of Hatchland Farm, Kenton Valley, died 21/12/1903. Father of John Hannaford farmer Riverton, George Hannaford husbandman Millbrook, Stephen Hannaford farmer Kenton Valley and Martha ROWE wife of Richard Rowe of Kaniva Vic Memorial 125/455

HANNAFORD, George William farmer Hatchland Farm, Kenton Valley, died 21/12/1903. Estate worth £13,300. Father of John Hannaford farmer Riverton, George Hannaford husbandman Millbrook, Stephen Hannaford farmer Kenton Valley and Martha ROWE wife of Richard Rowe farmer Kaniva Vic Memorial 241/464

No 1

HANNAFORD, James farmer Tea Tree Gully 1856[-1868] Memorial 63/112

HANNAFORD, James gardener Tea Tree Gully, died 5/6/1876. Husband of Ellen Hannaford Memorial 179/331

HANNAFORD, Ellen widow of James Hannaford late labourer and gardener Tea Tree Gully, who died 5/6/1876 Application 24557

HANNAFORD, Ellen widow Tea Tree Gully relict of the late James Hannaford 1903 Memorial 41/448

HANNAFORD, John and Samuel farmers Riverton 1912 Memorial 105/468

No 1

HANNAFORD, John Elliot farmer Riverton trustee Public Cemetery Riverton Hundred of Gilbert land grant 1864 Grant Book 44 Page 51 County Light

HANNAFORD, John Elliott farmer Riverton 1870 Application 11136

HANNAFORD, John Elliott farmer near Saddleworth 1883 Memorial 214/352

HANNAFORD, Selina Sophia widow Medindie 1901. Linked with Arthur and Walter Hannaford farmers Riverton Application 24148

No 2

HANNAFORD, John Elliott farmer Birdwood 1919 Memorial 192/477

HANNAFORD, Lawrance Hedley farmer Riverton 1950 Memorial 113/524

HANNAFORD, Samuel farmer Penang 1883 Grant Book 14 Page 243 County Daly

HANNAFORD, Stephen gardener Kenton Valley 1897 Application 23407

HANNAFORD, Susannah spinster Chain-of-Ponds Co Adelaide. Hundred of Walloway land grant 1882 Grant Book 13 Page 224 County Dalhousie

No 1

HANNAFORD, William butcher Mt Barker 1847 Memorial 366/10 Farmer Mt Barker. Trustee Primitive Methodist Chapel Mt Barker 1849 Memorial 493/13

HANNAFORD, William farmer Little Totnes near Mt Barker 1853 Memorial 265/47

HANNAFORD, William farmer Mt Barker 1854 Memorial 16/77

HANNAFORD, William farmer Mt Barker. Trustee Primitive Methodist Chapel Mt Barker 1854 Application 20405

HANNAFORD, William farmer Mt Barker, died 9/3/1869 intestate and in serious debt. His wife, Jane Hannaford widow Totnes near Mt Barker, forced to sell his real estate under declaration of bankruptcy on 4/4/1871. The real estate failed to sell at public auction and so then sold by tender Memorial 14/257

HANNAFORD, Jane widow Nairne 1880 formerly Jane DISHER relict of the late John Disher of Nairne who died 3/10/1858. RS Disher of Nairne mentioned but not described Memorial 172/322

No 2

HANNAFORD, Susannah widow Gumeracha relict of the late William Hannaford farmer 1849 Grant Book 1 Page 235 County Adelaide

HANNAFORD, Susanna widow Hurtle Vale 1849 Memorial 26/18 HANNAFORD, Susanna widow Gumeracha, relict of William Hannaford farmer late 1849 Memorial 133/29

No 3

HANNAFORD, William yeoman Callington 1857 Memorial 168/127

HANNAFORD, W orchardist Paracombe 1946 Memorial 29/520

HANNAFORD, William Elliott clerk Broken Hill NSW 1898 Application 26153

No 1

HANNAFORD, William George butcher Mt Barker 1875 Memorial 226/284

HANNAFORD, William George butcher Orroroo trustee Hundred of Walloway Cemetery 1877 Grant Book 13 Page 218 County Dalhousie

No 1

HANNAGAN, John the Elder farmer Hundred of Frome 1887 Memorial 167/387

HANNAGAN, John the Elder and Younger farmers Hundred of Crozier 1887 Memorials 183 & 190/388

HANNAGAN, John farmer Pt Augusta 1887 Memorial 177/388

HANNAGAN, Martin farmer Hundred of Davenport 1887 Memorial 189/388

No 1 - likely to be the same person

HANNAGAN, Nicholas farmer Saddleworth 1869 Memorial 80/239

HANNAGAN, Nicholas farmer Appila Hundred of Appila land grant 1880 Grant Book 24 Page 502 County Frome

HANNAGAN, Nicholas farmer Appila Hundred of Booleroo land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 621 County Frome

HANNAGAN, Nicholas farmer Yarrowie 1886 Memorial 221/381

HANNAGAN, Patrick farmer Laura Hundred of Appila land grant 1878[-1880] Grant Book 24 Page 494 County Frome

No 1

HANNAH, John farmer The Sturt 1858[-1861] Memorial 215/149

HANNAH, John farmer The Sturt. Brother-in-law to the late Samuel KEARNE gentleman formerly of Oaklands but now deceased. [Therefore perhaps brother to Mary Kearne relict of the late Samuel Kearne] 1866 Memorial 118/216

HANNAH, Michael farmer Tam O'Shanter Belt 1858[-1865] Memorial 140/132

No 1

HANNAM, Charles Frederick farmer Callington, Tertius James Hannam farmer Mt Torrens and William James Hannam farmer Monarto sons of Sarah Hannam widow Malvern 1915 Memorial 123/473

HANNAM, Charles Frederick pastoralist Callington on the Bremer 1933 Memorial 128/506

HANNAM, Charles Frederick farmer Callington, died 6/8/1947. Husband of Alice Jane Hannam. Father of Eric Rudolph Hannah, Adolph Edward Hannam, Esther Regina Hannam, Cyril George Hannam and Phyllis Hine Hannam Memorial 140/530

HANNAM, Erick Rudolph farmer Callington 1947 Memorial 66/521

No 1

HANNAM, Tertius James fruiterer Adelaide (King William St) 1880[-1890] Memorial 90/321

HANNAM, Tertius James pastoralist Dover St, Malvern, and Sarah Hannam his wife 1913 Memorial 119/469

HANNAM, Tertius James sheepfarmer Dover St, Malvern, died 24/8/1915. Husband of Sarah Hannam. Father of William James Hannam farmer Monarto and Tertius James Hannam farmer Mt Torrens Memorial 167/475

HANNAM, William James grazier Strathalbyn, died 27/4/1950. Father of William Holmes Hannam, Sarah Dorothy Hannam, Alice Amelia Hannam, Horace William Hannam and Mary Hannam Memorial 82/525

HANNAN, Francis and Garrett farmers near Marrabel on the Dirty Light 1877 Memorial 137/298

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

HANNAN, Garrett farmer Magill 1848 Memorial 105/12 Farmer Smiths Creek Gawler Plains 1851 Memorial 31/30

HANNAN, Garrett farmer Smith Creek Gawler Plains 1853[-1854] Memorial 312/53

HANNAN, Garrett farmer Curlew Place Light River 1857[-1859] Memorial 204/131

HANNAN, Garrett farmer Light River linked with Thomas Hannan farmer Wallaroo Bay 1866 Memorial 243/216

HANNAN, Garrett and James Hannan his son farmers Light River 1871 Memorial 8/253

HANNAN, Garrett farmer Light River 1871 declared that Thomas Hannan, born 8/8/1836 Glasgow, Scotland, and James Hannan, born 28/11/1841 Magill, were his sons. A Roman Catholic family Application 24004

HANNAN, Garrett the Elder and Garrett the Younger and Francis all farmers Light River 1873 Memorial 160/266

HANNAN, Garrett farmer formerly of Smith Creek near Gawler 1853 but now of near Marrabel on the Dirty Light 1875. By 1878 , he had returned to Smith Creek Application 16602

HANNAN, Garrett the Younger farmer Hallett Co Burra. Hundred of Pirie land grant 1883 Grant Book 60 Page 297 County Victoria

HANNAN, Garrett farmer Winninowie 1885 Memorial 134/367

No 1

HANNAN, James and Thomas minors both of Smith Creek Gawler Plains 1854 Memorial 487/63

HANNAN, James and Thomas farmers formerly of Smith Creek but now of Kapunda 1857 Memorial 42/126

HANNAN, James farmer Marrabel on the Dirty Light Co Light. Hundred of Hallett land grant 1874 Grant Book 8 Page 116 County Burra

No 1

HANNAN, John farmer Winninowie. Miranda township allotment land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 786 County Frome

HANNAN, John farmer Hundred of Winninowie Co Frome 1885[-1886] Memorial 79/367

No 1

HANNAN, Patrick and Patrick Christopher farmers Hundred of Napperby Co Victoria 1893 Memorial 159/419

HANNAN, Patrick farmer Napperby. North Western Jockey Club trustee 1895 Memorial 166/424

No 1

HANNAY, Herbert Austin wheelwright Pt Adelaide 1916 Application 26490

HANNAY, Herbert Austin formerly wheelwright Pt Adelaide but now out of business Dudley St, Semaphore a member of the family of the late John Herbert Hannay 1917 Memorial 165/475

HANNAY, Herbert Austin out of business Dudley St, Semaphore 1924 Memorial 196/491

HANNAY, Jessie spinster Pt Adelaide 1873 Application 13173

No 1

HANNAY, John sheep farmer Orrie Cowie 1886 Memorial 79/379

No 2

HANNAY, James minster of the gospel Angaston, about to leave the province for a time, power of attorney to James Angas JOHNSON gentleman Angaston, to manage his SA business affairs 31/3/1868 Deposit 95/1868

HANNAY, John minister of the gospel Angaston, died 28/7/1890. Husband of Rosetta French Hannay. Estate worth £39,000 Memorial 248/436

No 1

HANNAY, John Herbert blacksmith Pt Adelaide 1873[-1881] Memorial 214/267, Application 13948

HANNAY, JH blacksmith Pt Adelaide 1881 Application 18391

HANNAY, John Herbert blacksmith Commercial Road, Pt Adelaide, died c 1907. Father of Herbert Austin Hannay coachbuilder and blacksmith Pt Adelaide and Eva Elizabeth Peters SHORT of Strathfield NSW. Grandfather of Myrtle Elizabeth Hannay and Adelaide Short of Strathfield NSW Memorial 237/456

No 1

HANNAY, Rosetta French of Rose Villa Angaston 1884 Memorial 183/358

HANNAY, Rosetta French widow Angaston, died 22/9/1898. She left the bulk of her estate to her son James Angas JOHNSON, a child of her first marriage with James Johnson of Manchester, Lancs, England. Other estate to her grandchildren, Elsie Mary Parsons and Herbert Angas Parsons, children of the testator's deceased daughter, Rosetta Angas Parsons wife of John Langdon Parsons Memorial 249/436

HANNBRIDGE, John gentleman Kensington. Hundred of Onkaparinga land grant 1858 Grant Book 1 Page 171 County Adelaide

No 1

HANNE, James farmer Goodwood Road 1854 Memorial 464/66

HANNE, James farmer Gawler Plains Hundred of Grace land grant 1863 Grant Book 27 Page 9 County Gawler

No 1

HANNE, James Arundell farmer Peachey Belt, died c1867. He left £50 to his daughter, Elizabeth Jane Arundell CAWRSE wife of James Hanne Cawrse farmer Gawler Plains, and the rest of his estate to his wife, Susannah Hanne Memorial 172/220

HANNE, Susannah farmer Peachey Belt, died 1869. She left real estate in trust for her grandsons, John and William CAWRSE, to inherit absolutely in remainder expectant when they turned 21. In the meantime, their mother, Elizabeth Jane Arundell Cawrse (daughter of Susanne Hanne), to receive the income from the properties Memorial 221/236

No 1

HANNEKE, Johann Georg watchmaker Hindmarsh 1849 Memorial 168/19

HANNEKE, John George watchmaker formerly of Hindmarsh but now of Gawler 1853 Memorial 199/53

HANNEKE, Johann Georg watchmaker Gawler 1853[-1855] Memorial 134/56

HANNEKE, Johann Georg watchmaker [formerly of Gawler but now of] Adelaide 1855 Memorial 177/84

No 1

HANNEMANN, Franz Christian Ludwig carpenter Tanunda 1852[-1853] Memorial 426/44

HANNEMANN, Franz Christian farmer Neu Mecklenburg 1862 Application 3111

HANNENBERG, Frederick farmer Mt Gambier 1886 Memorial 224/376

HANNENBERG, H(J)? wheat buyer Stockport on the Gilbert 1897 Application 23472

HANNER, James Thomas farmer Blyth 1888 Memorial 209/390

HANNES, BM storekeeper St Johns near Kapunda 1875 Memorial 75/282

HANNERT, Gerhard yeoman Clare 1853 Memorial 315/175

HANNETT, Benjamin, Henry and William farmers Laura 1889 Memorial 204/397

No 1

HANNETT, John Austin of Stone Hut 1885 Memorial 137/369

HANNETT, John Austin farmer Laura 1887 Memorial 30/387

HANNETT, William farmer Gladstone. Hundred of Caltowie land grant 1880 Grant Book 60 Page 193 County Victoria

No 1

HANNIBALL, William labourer North Adelaide 1854 Memorial 477/78

HANNIBAL, William farmer Salisbury 1856 Memorial 173/100

No 1

HANNIG, George brickmaker Victorville 1859 Memorial 35/156

HANNIG, George of Greenock 1866 Memorial 79/251

HANNIG, George brickmaker Victorville [part of Greenock] 1871 Application 11578

No 1

HANNINGTON, Charles Smith publican Sturt River 1855 14 year lease of the Farrier's Arms Hotel on Pt Section 79 Survey B at £2 a week plus 17.5% upon all sums of money which the landlord, Herbert Alwin Esquire Adelaide, spent upon the property Memorial 189/80

HANNINGTON, Martha widow The Sturt 1855 relict of the late Charles Smith Hannington Memorial 315/80

HANNON, G farmer Hundred of Pirie 1891 Memorial 130/409

No 1 - perhaps the same person

HANNS, Albert mining manager Adelaide 1890 Memorial 50/403

HANNS, Albert licensed victualler Thatched House Tavern Brighton 1909 Memorial 147/442

No 1 - likely to be the same person

HANNS, H farmer Hindmarsh Valley 1866 Memorial 8/218

HANNS, Havilah farmer Hindmarsh Valley 1882[-1902] Memorial 146/342

No 1 - likely to be the same person

HANNS, Henry farmer Adelaide 1854 Memorial 169/73

HANNS, Henry farmer Adelaide. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1854 Grant Book 1 Page 26 County Adelaide

HANNS, Henry farmer Springbank near Adelaide 1865 Memorial 348/203

No 1 - likely to be the same person

HANNS, Hezekiah farmer Hindmarsh Valley Co Hindmarsh 1854[-1861] Memorial 134/78

HANNS, H farmer Hindmarsh Valley 1866 Memorial 56/214

HANNS, Joseph Teague of Adelaide 1890 Memorial 33/404

No 1 - likely to be the same person

HANNUSCHKY, Heinrich farmer Section 913 Survey B 1856 Memorial 212/111

HANNUSCHKY, Heinrich Ferdinand farmer Magill 1856[-1859] Hundred of Tungkillo land grant Memorial 60/104

HANNUSCHKY, Heinrich Ferdinand Henry publican Stirling North trustee unnamed school Hundred of Davenport land grant 1873 Grant Book 23 Page 43 County Frome

HANNUSCHKY, Henry licensed victualler Stirling North trustee unnamed cemetery Hundred of Davenport land grant 1878 Grant Book 23 Page 45 County Frome

HANNUSCHKY, Heinrich Ferdinand licensed victualler Stirling North Hundred of Davenport land grant 1879 Grant Book 24 Page 654 County Frome

HANNUSCHKY, Heinrich Ferdinand gentleman Adelaide Hundred of Davenport land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 666 County Frome

No 1 – Daniel John Hanrahan

HANRAHAN, Daniel and Michael farmers Dry Creek 1863 Memorial 78/251

HANRAHAN, Daniel farmer Dry Creek Hundred of Maitland land grant 1881 Grant Book 19 Page 105 County Fergusson

HANRAHAN, Daniel farmer Maitland Co Fergusson. Arthurton (Hundred of Kulpara) township allotment land grant; 1882 Grant Book 14 Page 259 County Daly

HANRAHAN, Daniel John farmer Arthurton. Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1911 Grant Book 14 Page 284 County Daly

HANRAHAN, Mary married woman Arthurton. Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1911 Grant Book 14 Page 284 County Daly

HANRAHAN, David guard of convicts Dry Creek 1867 Memorial 210/221

HANRAHAN, Edward carter Queenstown 1872 Memorial 160/261

HANRAHAN, George Arthur woodworker 26 Seventh St, Bowden and Greta Maud Hanrahan his wife 1953 Memorial 107/528

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

HANRAHAN, James labourer Gawler 1858 Memorial 324/143

HANRAHAN, James labourer formerly of Gawler but now of Adelaide 1864 Memorial 36/197

HANRAHAN, James carter Adelaide Hundred of Dalrymple land grant 1878 Grant Book 19 Page 138 County Fergusson

HANRAHAN, James farmer Hundred of Curramulka 1882[-1886] Memorial 124/344

HANRAHAN, James the Younger farmer Hundred of Curramulka 1884 Memorial 53/357

HANRAHAN, James the Elder and Younger farmers Hundred of Curramulka 1884 Memorial 46/356

HANRAHAN, James farmer Curramulka Hundred of Curramulka land grant 1891 Grant Book 19 Page 440 County Fergusson

HANRAHAN, John labourer Woodville and Annie Hanrahan his wife 1890[-1893] Memorial 238/401, Application 22528

HANSBERRY, Andrew farmer St Johns near Kapunda and Joseph David Hansberry farmer Kapunda 1953 Memorial 162/528

HANSBERRY, James Francis farmer Koonunga near Kapunda, died 10/8/1950 Kapunda. Brother to Andrew and Michael Hansberry. Uncle to Joseph David Hansberry and Thomas Hansberry farmers Kapunda, George and John Hansberry (sons of Andrew Hansberry), Matthias Hansberry (son of Martin Hansberry), Cyril Hansberry Memorial 38/531

HANSBERRY, John farmer Kapunda, died 23/6/1932. Husband of Hanora Hansberry Memorial 66/506

No 1

HANSBERRY, Mathise farmer Bishop's Farm [possibly near Kapunda] Pt Section 1560 1868 Memorial 130/234

HANSBURY, Mathias farmer St Johns near Kapunda 1877 Memorial 145/299

HANSBERRY, Mathise farmer St Johns near Kapunda 1883[-1894] Memorial 219/347

HANSBERRY, Mathise sometimes known as Matthias farmer St Johns near Kapunda 1896 Application 23167

HANSBERRY, Mathias farmer Kapunda 1899 Application 23867

HANSBERRY, Mathias and Thomas Rodger farmers Koonunga 1957, sons of the late Martin Vincent Hansberry farmer Koonunga, who died 8/10/1928. Norah Hansberry (died 21/12/1931) and Mary Eileen Hansberry home duties Koonunga 1958 also children of Martin Hansberry. A syndicate had bought part of the Hansberry farm to open a quarry, but after the company had been wound up, Martin Hansberry bought back the site c1911. From that time, the Hansberrys used the site as a cow paddock and also for wheat growing. The road between the homestead and the main road also passed over this site Application 29273

HANSBERRY, Olive Maud widow Kapunda, died 10/6/1950. Mother of Jessie Mary Hansberry trained nurse Gawler, Joseph David Hansberry, Kathleen Ignatius NOTTLE Memorial 37/531

HANSBERRY, Rodger farmer St John's near Kapunda 1940 Application 28264

No 1

HANSBERRY, Thomas, James, Andrew, Joseph and John farmers St Johns near Kapunda 1915 Memorial 179/472

HANSBERRY, Thomas farmer St Johns near Kapunda, died 1/10/1949 Kapunda. Brother to Andrew Hansberry. Brother-in-law tof Olive Maud Hansberry. Uncle to Thomas Hansberry (son of Martin Hansberry), Joseph David Hansberry (son of Joseph Hansberry), Agnes Hansberry (Daughter of Olive Maud Hansberry), Andrew George Hansberry. Memorial 28/531

No 1

HANSELL, Gardiner gentleman Lower North Road 1852 Memorial 408/44

HANSELL, Gardiner of Sheaoak Log 1855 Memorial 360/93

HANSELL, Gardiner butcher Sheaoak Log 1856 Memorial 85/110

HANSFORD, Bertie Cecil James retired Robe S-E 1941. Born at Benayeo Vic Memorial 66/515

HANSEN, Jens Christian farm labourer Parilla. Hundred of Parilla land grant 1911 Grant Book 12 Page 97 County Chandos

HANSEN, Joseph labourer Light Tce, Thebarton 1918 Application 26691

HANSEN, Otto Carl storekeeper Adelaide 1860 Memorial 15/165

HANSON, A merchant's clerk Pt Adelaide 1887 Memorial 139/386

HANSON, Alice Maud Amy spinster Woodhouse, about to leave the province and visit Europe, power of attorney to Eustace Beardoe GRUNDY solicitor Adelaide, to manage her SA business affairs 6/1/1882 Deposit 163/1884

No 1

HANSON, Catalina nee KING widow formerly of Adelaide, but now of Edinburgh, Co Midlothian, Scotland, power of attorney to Nathaniel OLDHAM gentleman Adelaide, to conduct the business affairs of her late husband, Edward Hanson civil engineer’s estate in SA 4/6/1873 Deposit 178/1873

HANSON, Catalina nee KING died 11/4/1877 31 Howe St, Edinburgh, Scotland. Children - Catalina Hanson, Rita Hanson, Kenneth Edward Hanson. Estate worth £329/2/11. Mary Jane BUCHANAN wife of William Cross Buchanan engineer Richmond VA USA, to sell the estate and take responsibility for the children. Mrs Hanson appointed Sarah Mary HANSON spinster late of 13 Percy Villas, Upper Norwood, Surrey, England, but now of Sandgate Cintia Park, Upper Norwood, to deal with the estate. She appointed Nathaniel OLDHAM agent Adelaide, to deal with the SA real estate 11/3/1879 Deposit 171/1879

No 1 - daughters of RD Hanson

HANSON, Edith Annie spinster of parts beyond the sea, power of attorney to Eustace Beardoe GRUNDY solicitor Adelaide, to manage her SA business affairs 29/9/1887 Deposit 91/1888

HANSON, Ellen Caroline spinster, about to leave the province for parts beyond the sea, power of attorney to Eustace Beardoe GRUNDY solicitor Adelaide, to manage her SA business affairs 5/1/1882 Deposit 2/1888

No 1

HANSON, Heinrich cabinetmaker Gawler 1854[-1856] Memorial 158/76

HANSON, Heinrich (sometimes called Henry Hanson) cabinetmaker Gawler 1855 Memorial 293/81 Gawler Town & Suburban Building & Investment Society member 1856 Memorial 143/103

HANSON, Heinrich carpenter formerly of Gawler but now of Melbourne Vic 1857 Memorial 70/129

No 1 - perhaps the same person

HANSON, Henry publican Australia's Pride Hotel Pt Adelaide 1881 Application 18795

HANSON, Henry farmer near Findon 1884 Application 20202

No 1

HANSON, James Henry gentleman Woodville 1880 Memorial 175/322

HANSON, James Henry gentleman Woodville linked with Isabella Esther Hanson spinster Semaphore and Catherine Ann Hanson spinster Woodville 1881[-1883] Memorial 221/331

HANSON, James Henry Esquire Woodville 1883[-1888] Memorial 151/346

HANSON, James Henry gentleman Woodville linked with Isabella Esther Hanson spinster The Semaphore and Catherine Ann THOMAS nee Hanson wife of Daniel Osborne Thomas farmer Kangaroo Island 1887 Memorial 245/387

HANSON, James Henry farmer Woodville 1881 Linked to Lewis Hanson miller Pt Wakefield Application 18761

HANSON, James Henry farmer Woodville North 1905, declared that he had lived in the area since the mid-1860s Application 24916

HANSON, James Henry out of business Woodville and Jane Frances Hanson his wife 1913 Application 26194

HANSON, Jens Christian farmer Hundred of Ridley trustee unnamed School Hundred of Ridley Hundred of Ridley land grant 1899 Grant Book 58 Page 156 County Sturt

No 1

HANSON, Lauritz sail maker Pt Adelaide 1873 Application 12495

HANSON, Lauritz sailmaker Portland Estate 1875 Application 14721

HANSON, Lawrence of the Provincial Gas Co Strathalbyn 1869[-1870] Memorial 30/245

No 1

HANSON, Lewis carrier Alberton 1842, had also become a pioneer farmer in the Tam O’Shanter Belt sub-division c1840, which he carried on until his death. He had a son, James Henry Hanson, a farmer of Woodville 1882 Application 19029

HANSON, Lewis carrier Alberton 1842 Memorial 267/2 Farmer by 1847 Memorial 44/8

HANSON, Lewis farmer Co Adelaide 1848[-1852] Memorial 47/12

HANSON, Lewis farmer Section 410 near Alberton 1853 Memorials 237/54 & 137/233

HANSON, Lewis farmer Tam O'Shanter Belt near Adelaide 1853[-1859] Memorial 257/50

HANSON, Lewis gentleman Woodville 1864 Memorial 131/200

HANSON, Lewis farmer Peachey Belt 1865 Memorial 51/202

HANSON, Lewis farmer formerly of Tam O'Shanter Belt 1855 now of Woodville 1866 [Could be the same address??] Application 7443

HANSON, Lewis gentleman Woodville, about to leave the province for a time, power of attorney to his son James Henry HANSON farmer Tam O’Shanter Belt, his daughter Isabella Esther HANSON spinster Woodville, and his son-in-law Edward FORMBY gentleman Woodville, to manage his SA business affairs 12/1/1874 Deposit 16/1874

HANSON, Lewis Esquire Kingsford near Gawler 1876 Memorial 144/289

HANSON, Lewis gentleman Kingsford near Gawler, died 28/1/1879. He left £500 to each of his two daughters, Isabella Esther Hanson and Catherine Ann Hanson. The rest of his estate to be divided equally amongst his two daughters and his son, James Henry Hanson. The Hanson children lived at Woodville by 1881 Memorials 149 & 174/329

No 2

HANSON, Lewis miller Pt Wakefield had become a bankrupt by 1882 Memorial 57/342

HANSON, Lewis of Pt Wakefield, trading as L HANSON & Co miller, became a bankrupt in early 1883 Memorial 10/347

HANSON, Marion spinster Glenelg, about to leave the province for a time, power of attorney to Nathaniel OLDHAM gentleman Adelaide, to manage her SA business affairs 14/2/1876 Deposit 34/1876

HANSON, Martin woodsplitter Lobethal 1859[-1862] Memorial 38/157

No 1

HANSON, Richard hotelkeeper Commercial Hotel Angaston 1897 Memorial 32/432

HANSON, Richard out of business King William St, Adelaide 1900 Memorial 61/441 

HANSON, Richard out of business North Unley Co Adelaide. Hundred of Parilla land grant 1909 Grant Book 12 Page 94 County Chandos

No 1

HANSON, Richard Davies solicitor Adelaide (King William St) 1848 Memorial 52/11

HANSON, Annie (Dame) widow Woodhouse, about to leave the province and visit Europe, power of attorney to Eustace Beardoe GRUNDY solicitor Adelaide, to manage her SA business affairs 7/1/1882 Deposit 22/1882

HANSON, Sarah Mary spinster Medindie, about to depart the province for a time, power of attorney to Risdon Darracott REED articled clerk Adelaide, to manage her SA business affairs 15/1/1870 Deposit 15/1870

HANSON, Thomas Bond the Younger gentleman Enfield 1891 Application 22020

No 1 - perhaps the same person

HANSON, William Esquire Adelaide 1859[-1871] Memorial 16/160

HANSON, William civil engineer Parkin Tce, Glenelg, died 14/7/1875, of general paralysis, aged 65 Deposit 198/1875

HANSON, WC clerk Mt Gambier 1874 Memorial 135/297

HANSSON, Peter fisherman Glenelg 1893 Application 22465

No 1

HANTKE, Theodor Johann Carl colour merchant Adelaide (Rundle St) 1894 Memorial 21/422

HANTKE, Theodor JC merchant Adelaide 1896[-1898] Memorial 180/429

HANTON, Alfred Hardy grocer Adelaide (Sturt St) 1882[-1884] Memorial 174/343

HANTON, Erold Ernest builder's labourer Kapunda 1950 Memorial 186/524

No 1

HANTON, George labourer Hilton 1854 Memorial 354/78

HANTON, George farmer Alberton 1877 Application 16353

No 1

HANTON, Henry Benjamin fruiter Adelaide 1876[-1879] Memorial 209/296

HANTON, Henry Benjamin jam maker Adelaide 1884 Memorial 101/359

HANTON, James yeoman Woodville 1851 Memorial 240/36

No 1 - perhaps the same person

HANTON, Joseph warehouseman Adelaide 1855 Memorial 248/86

HANTON, Joseph licensed victualler Adelaide 1876 Memorial 81/293

HANTON, Patrick farmer Para Plains 1853 Memorial 371/55

No 1

HANTON, WH Wesleyan Methodist minister Angaston 1884 Memorial 207/355

HANTON, Walter Hardy Wesleyan Methodist minister Pt Adelaide 1900 Memorial 147/440, Application 24042 

HANTON, Walter Hardy of Kapunda Secretary SA Methodist Conference 1904 Memorial 141/452

HANTON, Walter Hardy Methodist minister Prospect, Secretary to the SA Methodist Conference 1906 Grant Book 12 Page 72 County Chandos

HANTSCHKE, Friedrich linked with Section 96 Hundred of Moockra Co Newcastle 1887 Memorial 8/382