Extracts from SA General Registry Office (GRO) Information

The following information was extracted basically 'as is' from Reg Butler's (Hahndorf Historian) unpublished computer working files as at c2014. 

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

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

A*

Ba* - Bec*

Bed* - Bow*

Box* - By*

Ca* - Cha*

Che* - Com*

Con* - Cu*

Da* - Dic*

Die* - Dy*

E*

Fa* - Fl*

Fo* - Fy*

Ga* - Gol*

Gom* - Gy*

Ha* - Han*

Har* - Hel*

Hem* - Hof*

Hog* - Hy*

I*

J*

K*

La* - Lev*

Lew* - 'Ly*

Ma* - Maz*

McA* - McW*

Me* - Mom*

Mon* - My*

N*

O*

Pa* to Per*

Pes* to Py*

Q*

Ra* - Roa*

Rob* - Rz*

Sa* - Sc*

Se*- Sl*

Sm* - Sq*

St* - Sy*

Ta* to Thr*

Thu* to Ty*

U*

V*

Wa* - Wee*

Weg* - Will*

Wilm*- Wy*

X*, Y*,  Z*

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

Names Beginning 'Har*' to 'Hel*'

HARA, Franz farmer Clare 1855[-1863] Memorial 151/80

No 1

HARAN, William storeman Queenstown 1864 Memorial 89/199

HARAN, William carrier Queenstown and Mary Haran his wife 1868 Memorial 227/229

HARAN, Mary widow Queenstown relict of the late William Haran storeman Queenstown 1868. She could not write Application 9183

HARBEN, Harry Lewis formerly merchant's clerk Milang but now of Balranald NSW and Jean Armour Harben his wife 1889 Memorial 88/399

No 1

HARBEN, Samuel farmer Campbelltown 1855 Memorial 103/90

HARBIN, Samuel gardener Campbelltown 1877 Memorial 67/301

HARBIN, Samuel gardener Campbelltown 1891 Application 22004

HARBER, Frederick master corn merchant Brixton, Surrey, married Sarah CAULTON. At least two children of the marriage: Sarah Elizabeth Harber born 26/4/1866 and George Thomas Harber born 22/7/1876. The two Harber children, at least, emigrated to SA, where, as his adopted son and daughter, they inherited the whole estate, including 6 allotments in New Glenelg, from John SOUL formerly labourer Glenelg 1854 late Town Clerk Glenelg, who died 4/2/1892, leaving his estate in trust to his wife, Martha Soul, for life, and then to the Harbers. Martha Soul died 13/3/1893, of diabetes mellita and 3 day coma, aged 72. In 1897, Elizabeth Harber was a gentlewoman and George Harber was a clerk of
Glenelg Application 23417

No 1

HARBIN, Alexander Gray (sometimes known as AG Herbin) yeoman Adelaide 1846 Memorial 18/6 Yeoman [formerly of Adelaide but now of] Shepley on the Torrens 1848 Memorial 403/10 Yeoman [formerly of Adelaide but now of] Darley on the Torrens 1857[-1860] Memorial 100/120

HARBIN, Alexander Gray gardener Darley on the Torrens, died 24/12/1864. He left his entire estate to his wife, Hannah Harbin, in trust for life, then in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant to his children - Mary Ann WILTON wife of Israel Wilton gardener Campbelltown, Louisa BRADSHAW wife of Thomas Bradshaw gardener Campbelltown, Samuel Harbin gardener Campbelltown and Caroline ELLIOTT wife of Thomas Elliott labourer Payneham Memorial 61/332

HARBIN, Hannah widow Glynde relict of the late Alexander Grey Harbin. Family probably included Mary Ann WILTON married woman Campbelltown, Samuel Harbin gardener Campbelltown, Louisa BRADSHAW married woman Campbelltown and Caroline ELLIOTT married woman Tea Tree Gully 1866 Memorial 56/210

HARBIN, Hannah widow of Alexander Gray Harbin gardener Paradise, died 18/4/1881 Campbelltown, aged 77 Application 18602

HARBISON, John auctioneer Mt Gambier 1928 Memorial 175/500

HARBISON, John Davey Fyfe accountant Mt Gambier 1930 Application 27809

No 1

HARBOUR, James labourer Port Road, Hindmarsh 1853 Memorial 243/55

HARBOUR, James [formerly labourer Hindmarsh but now] grocer Brighton 1854[-1856] Memorial 59/63

No 2

HARBOUR, James farmer Adelaide 1867[-1871] Memorial 45/222

No 1 - probably the same person

HARBROE, John Esquire Adelaide 1841 Memorial 56/11

HARBROE, John corn factor Adelaide 1847 Memorial 371/8

HARBROE, John settler Adelaide 1848 Memorial 449/12

No 1

HARBY, William Shardie draper/storekeeper Pt Lincoln. Father of Francis Lawrence Harby 1933[-1956] Application 29222

HARBY, William Shardie draper Pt Lincoln 1956. He was the father of Francis Lawrence Harby of Pt Lincoln Application 29222

No 1

HARCOURT, John Wesleyan Minister Kooringa 1848 Memorial 151/13

HARCOURT, John Wesleyan Minister of the Gospel Willunga 1853[-1857] Memorial 456/49 Clarendon was included in his circuit 1854 Memorial 338/75 [Kingston/Noarlunga in his circuit] 1855 Memorial 395/93

HARCUS, FT clerk Pt Adelaide 1887 Memorial 55/385

HARCUS, William Congregational Minister Norwood 1864 Memorial 243/196

HARCUS, William Elliott clerk to John Tuthill BAGOT of Adelaide 1870 Memorial 115/274

HARDACRE, Edmund labourer Penwortham 1918 Memorial 50/477

HARDCASTLE, Edward James Deputy Chief Manager of the Comptoir d’Escompte de Paris, at present staying in Shanghai, in the Empire of China, power of attorney to Henry Strong PRICE his co-trustee in the marriage settlement of his brother, Charles Leopold HARDCASTLE and Miss Jeannie BROWN, to manage the affairs of the trust 3/6/1881

Deposit 164/1881

No 1

HARDCASTLE, Thomas labourer North Adelaide 1856 Hundred of Belvidere land grant Memorial 255/107

HARDCASTLE, Thomas farmer Bagot Gap 1860 Memorial 32/165

No 1

HARDCASTLE, William wool stapler Kensington 1851 Memorial 40/33

HARDCASTLE, William formerly of Kensington but now residing in the colony of Victoria 1853 Memorial 444/61

HARDCASTLE, William farmer Rapid Bay 1854 Memorial 75/78

HARDCASTLE, William Kensington Congregational Chapel trustee died 13/5/1877 Application 23727

HARDEGEN, Johann Heinrich carrier Adelaide 1855 Memorial 311/80

HARDEGEN, Johann Heinrich Joseph mason Adelaide 1850[-1860] Memorial 232/24

No 1

HARDEN, James baker Kapunda 1856[-1883] Memorial 362/97

HARDEN, James baker Kapunda 1860 Application 1564

HARDEN, James licensed victualler Kapunda 1874[-1876] Memorial 128/274

No 1

HARDER, GT undertaker Clare 1885 Application 20794

HARDER, Gustav Theodor agent Clare 1911 Application 26031

HARDER, Johann Peter Christian cabinetmaker Clare 1873[-1880] Memorial 228/269, Application 18340

No 1

HARDERS, Heinrich farmer Adelaide 1853 Memorial 166/49

HARDERS, Heinrich farmer Eden Valley 1866 Memorial 75/212

HARDERS, Heinrich farmer formerly of Eden Valley 1866 but now of Apoinga 1870 Application 10618

No 1 - perhaps the same person

HARDERS, Johann carpenter North Adelaide 1852 Memorial 183/43

HARDERS, Johann Hartwig carpenter North Adelaide 1876 Memorial 175/287

HARDESTY, Francis miner Hope Valley 1858[-1861] Memorial 291/140

No 1

HARDIE, James overseer Adelaide, power of attorney to Walter REYNELL gentleman Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 14/1/1876 Deposit 233/1876

HARDIE, James of the Far North 1876 Memorial 14/294

HARDIE, James farmer Baroota trustee Public Cemetery Hundred of Baroota land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 696 County Frome

HARDIE, James farmer Mambray Creek Hundred of Baroota land grant 1901 Grant Book 24 Page 700 County Frome

No 1

HARDEGEN, Johann Heinrich Joseph mason Adelaide purchased land in Nailsworth 1850[-1860] Memorial 232/24

Application 3175

HARDEGEN, Johann Heinrich Joseph mason Nailsworth May 1862 Application 3098

HARDEGEN, Johann Heinrich Joseph mason Adelaide June 1862 Application 3175

HARDIMAN, Richard farmer Echunga 1855[-1863] Memorial 210/113

No 1

HARDING, Aaron farmer Wonna trustee Wesleyan Methodist Chapel Franklyn Franklyn (Hundred of Wonna) township allotment land grant 1881 Grant Book 40 Page 102 County Kimberley

HARDING, Aaron linked with Section 190 Hundred of Wonna Co Kimberley 1889 Memorial 171/398

No 1

HARDING, Burt Frederick Shaw and HARDING Ernest Stanley farmers Middleton 1924[-1929] Application 27243

HARDING family of Pt Elliot - appeared to have consisted of Misses Elsie Lillian Alberta Harding (died 4/10/1940 Victor Harbor) and Effie Mabel Selina Harding (died 26/8/1958 Victor Harbor), Sarah PFEIFFER and Myrtle Emily PETERSON (died 29/8/1972 Victor Harbor), together with brothers Burt and Stan Harding. Children of William Thomas Harding and Seline Emily Harding of Pt Elliot. From the 1930s, the sisters at least, at various times, lived on small farming allotments strung along Waterport Rd, a small settlement separated from Pt Elliot and mostly owned by the Harding family. The two unmarried sisters lived together, with Effie Harding running cows and a few sheep. Mrs Pfeiffer lived nearby, but did no work in connection with her sisters' farm. Brothers Burt and Stan Harding had a farm at Middleton, and came regularly to do the heavy farm work for their sisters at Pt Elliot. After a bush fire destroyed her house at Middleton in 1959, Myrtle Peterson shifted to her unmarried sisters' former home, which sister Effie Harding had left to her when she died Application 29959

No 1

HARDING, Charles storekeeper Magill 1850[-1853] Memorial 302/27

HARDING, Charles storekeeper Walkerville 1852 Memorial 247/41

HARDING, Charles baker Nairne 1857 Application 14343.

HARDING, Charles storekeeper formerly of Magill but now of Nairne 1859 Memorial 237/154

HARDING, Charles of Norwood 1855 Memorial 120/92

HARDING, Charles miller formerly of Magill but now of Queen St, Norwood 1855 Memorial 69/109

HARDING, Charles miller Norwood 1856 Memorial 224/110

HARDING, Charles out of business formerly of Lower Mitcham but then of Dunbar Tce, Torrens Park, died 21/9/ 1942 Gawler. Husband of Alice Beany Harding. Father of Ella Ethel CURTIS no description. Other children mentioned but not named. Leslie Charles Harding farmer Narracoorte mentioned Memorials 111 & 157/519

HARDING, Charles Green sheep farmer Tintinara linked with Mary Harding widow Tintinara. Joseph B Harding mentioned but not described 1875 Memorial 45/279

No 1

HARDING, Elsie Lilian Alberta spinster Pt Elliot, died 4/10/1940. Sister to Effie Mabel Selina Harding spinster Pt Elliot Memorial 44/515

HARDING, Effie Mabel Selina spinster Waterport Rd, Pt Elliot, 1952, declared that she had been born on 9/10/1882 at her present address. For a time, she lived at Middleton, but returned to her present address in 1921. A school mate, Albert Charles Coote farmer Pt Elliot, lived in the house he was born in across the street from her. He played football and sang in the Church as a youth. After a disastrous bushfire burnt him out, he sold the property in 1945 to Arthur CREED. A Miss Johanna MARR lived in a one-roomed house on AC Coote' property during the 1910s. She is buried in the Pt Elliot RC Cemetery. The building was knocked down long before 1945. Was Olive Maylina Coote the wife of AC Coote? Application 28787

HARDING, Frank farmer Mt Pleasant Co Adelaide. Hundred of Walloway land grant 1882 Grant Book 13 Page 224 County Dalhousie

No 1

HARDING, George labourer Adelaide 1839 Application 1500

HARDING, George yeoman Brown St, Adelaide 1840 Application 19258

No 2

HARDING, George photographic artist Adelaide (Rundle St) 1865 Memorial 307/200

No 3

HARDING, George licensed victualler North Adelaide (British Tavern Finniss St) 1873 Memorial 49/268

No 4

HARDING, George farmer Black Rock linked with William Harding farmer Mt Pleasant 1886 Memorial 158/373

HARDING, George farmer Black Rock 1894[-1894] Memorial 241/420

HARDING, George farmer Black Rock Plain. Hundred of Black Rock Plain land grant 1902 Grant Book 13 Page 115 County Dalhousie

No 5

HARDING, George farmer Morgan St, West Hindmarsh 1915 Memorial 85/472

No 1

HARDING, Henry farmer Alma Co Gawler. Hundred of Cameron land grant 1877[-1884] Grant Book 14 Page 438 County Daly

HARDING, Henry farmer Hundred of Cameron, had died by 1905. Executors – Marion Harding widow and Charles Henry Harding farmer Lochiel Grant Book 15 Page 32 County Daly

No 1

HARDING, Henry Whittall gentleman Islington 1840[-1841] Application 9427

HARDING, Henry Whittall sheep farmer Islington 1844[-1854] Memorial 9/4

No 1

HARDING, James Henry miner Kanmantoo 1850[-1855]. He could not write Application 3774

HARDING, James Henry farmer Kanmantoo trustee Primitive Methodist Chapel Callington 1861 Memorial 237/177

No 1

HARDING, James Shaw sawyer Pt Elliot 1855 Memorial 11/92

HARDING, James Shaw of Pt Elliot 1859 Application 846

HARDING, James Shaw contractor Pt Elliot 1870 Application 10623

No 1

HARDING, John farmer Pt Elliot and Eliza Harding his wife 1870 Application 10621

No 1

HARDING, John labourer Mallala Hundred of Dublin land grant 1876 Grant Book 26 Page 343 County Gawler

HARDING, John farmer Wild Horse Plains 1879[-1882] Memorial 51/318

HARDING, John Henry Parsons of the Hundred of Palmer 1881 Memorial 62/332

No 1

HARDING, Joseph teamster Charlotte Waters Northern Territory 1884 Memorial 69/355

HARDING, Joseph teamster Charlotte Waters NT, about to enter partnership with Hlohn Hannah GORDON solicitor Strathalbyn, William WILLOBY gentleman Adeladie and Eardley Culling HEYWOOD gentleman Strathalbyn, ‘in a station or run comprising certain leasehold land situate near Charlotte Waters together with certain stock and plant and in certain contracts’, power of attorney to Edward Burney YOUNG Esquire Adelaide, to protect his business interests in the said partnership 11/1/1884 Deposit 10/1884

No 2

HARDING, Joseph farmer Everard Central 1897 Memorial 14/430

HARDING, Leslie Charles farmer Narracoorte linked with Alice Beany Harding widow formerly of Dunbar Tce, Torrens Park but now of 50 Fisher St, Fullarton Estate 1954 Memorial 54/529

HARDING, Maria hotelkeeper Lower Mitcham wife of Abraham Harding 1903 Memorial 12/449

HARDING, Mary servant to Thomas WILLIAMS Esquire The Hermitage 1842 Memorial 6/2

HARDING, Richard farmer East Glenelg 1919, declared that he had lived in the area for all of his life Application 26777

HARDING, Rita Doris home duties Pt Elliot 1917 Memorial 109/475

No 1

HARDING, Thomas of North Kapunda 1850 Memorial 189/23

HARDING, Thomas mason Kapunda 1857 Memorial 272/114

HARDING, Thomas mason Kapunda 1860 Application 1235

No 2

HARDING, Thomas blacksmith Glenelg 1852 Memorial 283/41

HARDING, Thomas farmer The Meadows 1858 Memorial 147/140

No 3

HARDING, Thomas carpenter New Glenelg 1856 Memorial 416/100

HARDING, Thomas farmer New Glenelg 1863 Memorial 237/190

HARDING, Thomas farmer Glenelg 1869 Memorial 221/243

HARDING, Thomas farmer Brighton 1867. Loyal Brighton Oddfellows Lodge member Application 8338

HARDING, Thomas farmer Brighton 1868[-1882] Memorial 70/289

HARDING, Thomas farmer Brighton 1882 Application 19540

HARDING, Thomas farmer New Glenelg 1889 Application 21684

HARDING, Thomas farmer Diagonal Road near Brighton 1908 Application 25471

HARDING, Thomas farmer Brighton 1911 Application 25918

HARDING, Thomas farmer Diagonal Road adjoining New Glenelg, died 3/6/1913. He left his £11,006 estate in equal shares to his five children - Richard John Harding farmer Marion [by 1914 Torquay St, New Glenelg], John Harding carpenter Adelaide Road Marion, William Alfred Ernest Harding farmer Brighton Rd, New Glenelg, Jane Harding spinster [by 1914, Hastings St], New Glenelg and Julia Ann Harding spinster New Glenelg, 'by agreement among all entitled and by valuation rather than by sale'. In addition, Jane Harding 'keeping house for me at the above address the two cottages and land therewith situated in Hastings St, New Glenelg which I bought about 18 months ago in special recognition of her faithful services to me and mine'. By 1914, Julia Ann Harding had died 14/6/1902 Parkside Lunatic Asylum, of suprarenal disease and dementia, aged 46 Application 26316

HARDING, Thomas farmer Diagonal Road, Marion adjoining New Glenelg, died 3/6/1913. Executors; Richard Harding farmer Torquay St, New Glenelg, John Harding carpenter Adelaide Road, Marion and Alfred Ernest Harding farmer Brighton Road, New Glenelg Memorial 108/469

No 4

HARDING, Thomas blacksmith Waterport 1858 Memorial 172/138

No 5

HARDING, Thomas shoemaker Marden 1873[-1878] Memorial 88/305

HARDING, Thomas Henry builder Jamestown. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1877 Grant Book 60 Page 124 County Victoria

No 1

HARDING, Vernon Alfred dairy farmer Pt Elliot 1954, declared that he had been born in Pt Elliot in 1895 and had lived there ever since, except between 1914-1918 when he served in the AIF. He had lived at the rear of the Royal Family Hotel for about 30 years Application 29081

HARDING, Vernon Alfred farmer Pt Elliot, aged 60 in 1956, declared that he had lived in the district all his life Application 29154

No 1

HARDING, Walter James blacksmith Pt Elliot 1907[-1924] Application 25279, Application 27264

HARDING, Walter James farmer Pt Elliot, died 9/4/1941. Husband of Emily Harding. Executors; Harry Meschach Parsons farmer Inman Valley and Arthur Frederick Parsons farmer Hindmarsh Valley Memorial 198/515

HARDING, Walter James farmer Pt Elliot, died 9/4/1941. Executors by 1951, Harry Meshach Parsons farmer Inman Valley and Arthur Frederick Parsons formerly farmer Hindmarsh Valley but now out of business Victor Harbor Memorial 62/526

HARDING, Walter James formerly blacksmith late farmer Pt Elliot, died 9/4/1941 Application 28800

No 1

HARDING, William labourer Nailsworth 1852[-1855] Memorial 462/43

No 2

HARDING, William farmer Norwood 1853 Memorial 313/51

HARDING, William labourer Norwood 1855 Memorial 168/84

HARDING, William farmer Tungkillo 1859 Memorial 37/155

HARDING, William dairyman formerly of Norwood but now of Mt Pleasant 1861 Memorial 29/177

HARDING, William farmer Tungkillo Hundred of Tungkillo land grant 1868 Grant Book 58 Page 307 County Sturt

No 3

HARDING, William shoemaker Goolwa 1856 Memorial 384/97

HARDING, William storekeeper Goolwa 1858[-1860] Memorial 250/147

No 4

HARDING, William farmer Light River (in partnership with Edwin SYMES) 1856 Memorial 141/117

No 5

HARDING, William farmer Wonna trustee Wesleyan Methodist Chapel Franklyn Franklyn (Hundred of Wonna) township allotment land grant 1881 Grant Book 40 Page 102 County Kimberley

No 1

HARDING, William Green dairyman Poltallock Survey Lake Alexandrina 1852 Memorial 166/41

HARDING, William Green of Bald Hills Station Tintinara 1871 Memorial 36/253

HARDING, William Green sheep farmer Tintinara S-E 'on the overland route for Adelaide to Mt Alexander and about 56 miles from Wellington' 1872 Memorial 180/262

HARDING, William Green sheep farmer Tintinara 1872[-1873] Memorial 19/260

HARDING, William Green gentleman Tintinara, died 1874. His son, Charles Green Harding gentleman Tintinara was one of the executors of his will Memorial 3/277

No 1

HARDING, William Thomas contractor Waterport 1876 Application 15334

HARDING, William Thomas farmer Pt Elliot 1882 Application 19434

HARDING, William Thomas road contractor Middleton 1889 Memorial 89/400

HARDING, William Thomas farmer Middleton, died 20/1/1904, of tubercular phthisis (consumption), aged 58 Application 27545

No 1

HARDMAN, James gentleman Bank of SA 1841 Memorial 242/2

HARDMAN, James gentleman Adelaide SA Mining Association trustee 1851 Memorial 146/64

HARDMAN, James gentleman Adelaide and Sarah Hardman his wife nee Sarah LIDDON spinster Adelaide 1853 Memorial 428/48

HARDMAN, James gentleman North Adelaide 1853 Hundreds of Bremer & Strathalbyn land grants Memorial 248/81

HARDMAN, James gentleman Hackney Road, near Adelaide, about to leave the province, power of attorney to George Green estate agent Adelaide, to manage his business affairs during his absence 4/3/1854 Deposit 154/OA

HARDMAN, James gentleman Adelaide. Hundred of Pt Adelaide land grant 1855 Grant Book 1 Page 229 County Adelaide

HARDMAN, James gentleman North Adelaide 1861 Application 2278

HARDMAN, James Esquire Adelaide 1865 Memorial 227/201

HARDMAN, James Esquire North Adelaide, about to leave the province, power of attorney to George Green and William Wadham estate agents Adelaide, to manage his business affairs during his absence 4/2/1869 Deposit 172/1869

HARDMAN, James died 4/7/1876. His entire estate to his wife, Matilda Hardman, in trust for life, then to Catherine HOWARD absolutely in remainder expectant Application 27243

HARDMAN, James gentleman Glenelg, died 4/7/1876. He left his entire estate in trust for his wife, Matilda Hardman, during her lifetime, then absolutely in remainder expectant to Catherine HOWARD spinster Glenelg. Trustee Joseph Howard accountant Glenelg died 29/3/1893. Frederick Charles Howard no description appointed in his place Memorial 33/338 & RPA Search 990

HARDMAN, James gentleman Glenelg died c1876. He left his estate in trust to his wife, Matilda Hardman, for life, then to the trustees, his brother-in-law Joseph HOWARD accountant Glenelg and his sister-in-law, Catherine Howard spinster Glenelg absolutely in remainder expectant. Catherine Howard to resign the trusteeship and forfeit the legacy if she married. No other executor to be appointed in her place 1885 Application 21093

HARDMAN, Matilda widow Glenelg, Joseph HOWARD gentleman Glenelg, and Catherine HOWARD spinster Glenelg, about to leave the province for a time, power of attorney to Alfred Stephen CHAPMAN gentleman Kent Town, to manage the estate of James HARDMAN, who died 4/7/1876. He left his estate to his widow, Matilda Howard, for life, then to Catherine HOWARD absolutely 28/3/1877. On 3/12/1890, Matilda Hardman appointed Joseph Howard accountant Adelaide, her attorney to attend to her business at all times, whether in or out of the province Deposit 120/1877

HARDMAN, Matilda widow Glenelg 1890 Memorial 68/406

HARDMAN, John Esquire Adelaide 1853 Memorial 455/56

No 1

HARDS, Henry of Gawler West 1869 Memorial 107/253

HARDS, Henry labourer Gawler West 1872 Application 11914

HARDWICKE, Mr [possibly station manager] of Colluna near Fowler Bay 1867 Memorial 40/225

No 1

HARDWICKE, John draper's assistant Belair. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1892 Grant Book 2 Page 24 County Adelaide

HARDWICKE, John draper Belair 1896 Memorial 118/429

HARDWICKE, John draper Belair 1896 Application 23243

No 1

HARDY, Alfred Esquire Hartley Bank near Adelaide 1853[-1861] Memorial 473/61

HARDY, Alfred surveyor Mitcham 1860 Memorial 287/163

HARDY, Alfred Esquire formerly of Adelaide but then of Cheltenham, Glos, England, died 16/3/1870 Montpellier Lawn, Cheltenham Memorial 152/284

HARDY, Alfred Esquire late of North Adelaide, but now of Montpellier Lawn Cheltenham, Glos, England, died 16/3/1870. ‘to my dear wife, Mary Louisa, my silver tea service, to my son, Charles Burton Hardy, my portraits of my late father and grandfather the silver cup and salver which were presented to my late father by the proprietors of the Hope Insurance Company and the old silver coffee pot which was bequeathed to me by my late father, to my son, James Arthur Hardy, my small silver salver and my diamond ring, To my son George Newenham Hardy, my two large signet rings and my gold watch and chain, the residue of my plate and jewellery I give and bequeath to my said wife and daughter Laura Mary Louisa (wife of Thomas Wilson CORBIN, of Riverton), in equal shares’. Land at Pt Elliot to his son, George Newenham Hardy, in trust until he was 21. Land at Newenham, owned by his father, Thomas Hardy, to go into trust for the benefit of his 3 sons and 1 daughter, once they had turned 21. The rest of his real estate to be sold and put into trust, preferably Ausralian investments, for the income to go to his wife for life, then the principle to his children in equal shares. The estate in the West Riding of Yorkshire which his brother, Edward Hardy, had a life interest in, to go to the eldest surviving son; he was not to have any share in the Birksgate Estate in Yorkshire, owned by his great-uncle Thomas Hardy, and father, Thomas Hardy Enrolment 53/50

HARDY, Alfred Burton solicitor Adelaide a member of the firm of SCAMMELL, HARDY & SKIPPER solicitors Adelaide (Selbourne Chambers, Pirie St) 1945 Application 28399

HARDY, Arthur Esquire formerly of King St, St James, Middlesex England about to reside in Adelaide 1850 Memorial 333/155

No 1

HARDY, Arthur M clerk to Arthur HARDY solicitor Adelaide 1871 Memorial 101/256

HARDY, Arthur Marmaduke solicitor Georgetown Co Victoria. Farina (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 65 Page 68 County Not named

HARDY, Arthur M and DAVIS, Malcolm H solicitors Adelaide (Marlborough Chambers, Waymouth St) 1882 Application 19543

HARDY, Arthur Marmaduke solicitor Adelaide, about to leave the province for a time for parts beyond the sea, power of attorney to Arthur HARDY Esquire Adelaide, and in his inability to act, Malcolm Henry DAVIS solicitor Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 31/3/1883 Deposit 162/1833

HARDY, Arthur M solicitor Orroroo 1887[-1888] Memorial 186/381

HARDY, Arthur Marmaduke gentleman Orroroo 1888 Enrolment 24/54

No 1

HARDY, Cecil clerk to Arthur Hardy solicitor Adelaide 1856 Memorial 229/105

HARDY, Cecil clerk to Richard HICKS solicitor Adelaide 1857[-1858] Memorial 137/124

HARDY, Charles painter Kapunda 1877 Application 15863

No 1

HARDY, Charles Burton clerk to Messrs HARDY & COOPER solicitors Adelaide 1862[-1864] Memorial 267/182

HARDY, Charles Burton and James Arthur Hardy solicitors Adelaide 1868 Memorial 47/237

HARDY, Charles Burton solicitor Gresham Chambers, Adelaide 1871 Memorials 65 & 66/258

HARDY, Charles Burton solicitor formerly of Adelaide but at present in England 1875 Memorial 152/284

HARDY, Charles Burton solicitor Adelaide ( King William St) 1880 Application 18121, Application 18224

HARDY, CB solicitor Springfield 1883 Application 19769

HARDY, Charles Burton solicitor Adelaide 1921 Memorial 116/484

No 1

HARDY, David plumber & glazier Gawler 1854[-1867] Memorial 461/72

HARDY, David painter Gawler 1855[-1867] Memorial 425/86

HARDY, David painter Gawler East 1866 Memorial 38/215

HARDY, David formerly painter [also perhaps licensed victualler??] Gawler 1857 but now licensed victualler Adelaide 1869 Application 1049

HARDY, David [formerly painter Gawler East but now] licensed victualler Adelaide 1870 Memorial 192/245

HARDY, David licensed victualler Kent Town, became a bankrupt in 1871 Memorial 2/253

No 1

HARDY, Edmund farmer Noarlunga 1853 Memorial 470/61 Member of the SA Temperance Freehold Land and Building Society 1853 Memorial 90/62

No 2

HARDY, Edmund bricklayer Queenstown 1855 Memorial 22/93

HARDY, Edmund bricklayer Alberton 1858 Memorial 50/257

HARDY, Edmund builder Queenstown 1872 Memorial 130/259

HARDY, Edmund formerly bricklayer Alberton 1858 but now mason Queenstown 1871 Application 11796

HARDY, Edmund mason Portland Estate 1874 Memorial 1/276

HARDY, Edmund formerly builder Queenstown 1872 but now mason Portland Estate 1874 Application 13669

HARDY, Edmund mason and storekeeper Portland Estate, about to leave the province for a time, power of attorney to his wife, Mary Hardy of the Portland Estate, to manage his business affairs 27/1/1876 Deposit 68/1876

HARDY, Frederick Mansell accountant Newland Rd, Burnside 1927, declared that he was 35 years of age on 11/4/1927. He was a son of Herbert Mansell Hardy, who died 20/3/1927. HM Hardy had the following brother and sisters - Arthur Marmaduke Hardy solicitor Pt Augusta, Mabel Hardy typist Adelaide and Ethel BARTON married woman Melbourne Vic. They were children of Arthur Hardy gentleman formerly of Mt Lofty late of Glenelg (died 13/7/1909) and his wife Martha Hardy, who predeceased him Application 27432

No 1

HARDY, George N clerk to Messrs FENN & HARDY (prob Charles Burton Hardy) solicitors Adelaide 1879 Memorial 120/316

HARDY, George N law student Adelaide 1882 Memorial 179/338

HARDY, George Newenham solicitor Esperance WA 1897 Memorial 126/432

HARDY, George N solicitor Victor Harbor 1903 Memorial 133/450

HARDY, Gertrude Audrey of Delamere Ave, Netherby spinster Application 28751

No 1 - perhaps the same person

HARDY, Henry mason Portland Estate 1875 Application 14149

HARDY, Henry carter Kingston near Pt Adelaide 1882 Application 19145

No 1

HARDY, Henry Edward land agent Kensington Gardens 1917 Application 26599

HARDY, Henry Edward contractor Victor Harbor 1924 Application 27243

HARDY, Herbert Mansell Esquire Adelaide 1880 Application 18298

No 1

HARDY, James of Norwood 1850 Memorial 362/28

No 2

HARDY, James farmer Light River 1853 Memorial 350/55

No 1

HARDY, James Arthur Esquire Adelaide, about to leave the province, power of attorney to Charles Burton HARDY Esquire Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 26/6/1876 Deposit 68/1876

HARDY, Augusta Juliana wife of James Arthur HARDY of parts beyond the sea, power of attorney to Areatas YOUNG Esquire Adelaide, to manage her SA properties, particularly in bringing the land under the provisions of the Real Property Act 6/1/1882 Deposit 2/1883

No 1 - perhaps the same person

HARDY, John gardener The Sturt 1850[-1852] Memorial 180/26

HARDY, John farmer Willunga 1851[-1857] Memorial 146/29

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

HARDY, John blacksmith Willunga 1868 Memorial 138/445

HARDY, John blacksmith Willunga, died 1899. He left his home to his daughter, Mabel Florence Hardy spinster Norwood. Other bequests to the sons - Alfred Hardy state school teacher Alberton and Melville John Hardy commercial bookkeeper Adelaide 1902 Application 24362

No 3

HARDY, John labourer Mt Arden Quorn (Hundred of Pichi Richi) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 49 Page 5 County Newcastle

No 1 - perhaps the same person

HARDY, Joseph farmer Willunga 1850[-1851] Memorial 289/21

HARDY, Joseph farmer Clarendon. Foundation trustee Wesleyan Methodist Chapel Meadows 1855[-1860] Memorial 249/84 Wesleyan Methodist member 1857 Memorial 7/122

HARDY, Joseph farmer formerly of Willunga 1851 but now of Clarendon 1865 Application 6199

HARDY, Joseph Clarendon Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee had removed to Pt Wakefield by 1873 Applications 13995/14016

HARDY, Joseph farmer formerly of Clarendon but now of Pt Wakefield 1874 Application 14016

HARDY, Joseph JP Pt Wakefield 1876 Memorial 247/291

HARDY, Joseph farmer Pt Wakefield 1877 Memorial 55/302

HARDY, Joseph farmer Pt Wakefield trustee; Kangarilla Wesleyan Methodist Chapel 1878 Application 16596

HARDY, Joseph gentleman formerly of Noarlunga but now of Unley 1883 Memorial 81/351

HARDY, Joseph foundation trustee Wesleyan Methodist Chapel Meadows (Section 3490 Hundred of Kuitpo), had died by 1897 Application 23395

HARDY, Joseph gentleman Bishop’s Hull, Somerset, England, power of attorney to Thomas HARDY gentleman Underdale, Thebarton, to invest his money in suitable mortgage properties in SA 13/5/1868 Deposit 161/1871

HARDY, J bank clerk Orroroo 1897[-1898] Memorial 144/432

No 1

HARDY, Joseph Abraham and Walter Hardy [probably Walter Ernest Hardy] livery stable keepers Adelaide [probably attached to the White Horse Hotel Currie St] 1875[-1885] Memorial 116/287

HARDY, JA livery stable keeper Adelaide (Currie St) 1876 Memorial 13/292

HARDY, Joseph Abraham farmer Portland Farm Pt Victoria 1897 Memorial 209/433

HARDY, Joseph Edwin livery stable keeper Adelaide (Freeman St) 1885 Memorial 138/368

HARDY, Kenneth Thomas company director Currie St, Adelaide 1950. Linked with Anna Doris Hardy of 5 Park Tce, Gilbertson and HARDY, Mabel spinster Adelaide 1882 Application 19177

No 1

HARDY, Nathaniel Thomas farmer Underdale on the Torrens 1854[-1857] Memorial 188/76

HARDY, Nathaniel Thomas farmer Clarendon. Hundred of Kuitpo land grant 1859 Grant Book 1 Page 302 County Adelaide

No 1

HARDY, Robert farmer Underdale linked with Thomas Hardy gardener Underdale 1864 Memorial 245/201

HARDY, Robert farmer Underdale, about to leave the province for a time, power of attorney to Thomas HARDY gardener Underdale, to manage his SA business affairs 24/11/1864 Deposit 169/1882

No 1

HARDY, Robert Burrough minor Underdale Co Adelaide. Hundred of Kulpara land grant 1868 Grant Book 14 Page 340 County Daly

HARDY, RB vigneron Adelaide 1883 Memorial 250/350

No 1 – perhaps the same person

HARDY, Thomas storekeeper North Adelaide 1854 Hundred of Myponga land grant Memorial 326/75

HARDY, Thomas storekeeper Bordertown. Bordertown (Hundred of Tatiara) allotment land grant 1860 Grant Book 66 Page 62 County Buckingham

No 2

HARDY, Thomas market gardener Underdale Reedbeds 1862 Application 2859

HARDY, Thomas of Bankside near Thebarton 1866 Memorial 180/217

HARDY, Thomas winegrower Bankside Vineyard Underdale 1873 Memorial 82/268

HARDY, Thomas vinegrower Underdale 1880 Memorial 50/328

HARDY, Thomas vine grower and wine merchant Adelaide, about to leave the province for a time, power of attorney to James Joseph Hardy wine merchant Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 25/4/1883.

HARDY, Thomas vine grower and wine merchant Adelaide, about to leave the province for a time, power of attorney to James Joseph Hardy wine merchant Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 25/4/1883 Deposit 217/1883

HARDY, Thomas of Bankside Vineyard near Thebarton 1883 Application 19980. Vigneron Bankside Underdale 1884 Application 20054

HARDY, Thomas wine merchant Adelaide 1889 Application 21550

HARDY, Thomas winegrower Bankside 1889[-1906] Memorial 16/399

HARDY, Thomas vigneron Bankside Co Adelaide. Orroroo (Hundred of Walloway) township allotment land grant 1877 Grant Book 13 Page 137 County Dalhousie

HARDY, Thomas vigneron Underdale 1904, said that he had lived there for the last 50 years at least Application 24787

No 3

HARDY, Thomas & Sons Ltd Adelaide (18 Hindley St) 1888[-1893] Memorial 68/395

HARDY, Thomas & Sons Ltd Adelaide (Currie St). Directors; James J Hardy and RB Hardy. Secretary; JR OSBORN 1893 Memorial 164/419

No 1

HARDY, Thomas Cecil clerk to Arthur Hardy solicitor Adelaide 1856 Memorial 103/106

HARDY, Thomas Cecil clerk to Richard HICKS solicitor Adelaide 1858 Memorial 321/146

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

HARDY, William farmer McLaren Vale 1849[-1876] Memorial 375/23

HARDY, William labourer McLaren Vale 1891 Memorial 83/401

HARDY, William labourer McLaren Flat 1903 Application 24665

No 2

HARDY, William of Wauraltee Hundred of Wauraltee land grant 1883 Grant Book 19 Page 224 County Fergusson

HARDY, William Henry builder Hastings St, Glenelg 1882 Application 19206

No 1

HARE, Charles Newton licensed victualler Adelaide (Colonel Light Hotel Currie St) 1914 Memorial 78/471

HARE, Charles Newton hotelkeeper Adelaide and Florence Cecilia Hare his wife 1914 Application 26345

Hare, Charles Newton the Elder hotelkeeper Adelaide, died 4/4/1920. His wife, Florence Cecilia Hare, died 30/11/1955. Their daughter, Doris Lillian Hare music teacher 54 Hughes St, North Unley, aged 62 years in 1961. Their son, Charles Newton Hare formerly the Younger printer 54 Hughes St, Unley in 1961 Application 29445

No 1

HARE, Charles Simeon gentleman Section 107 near Adelaide 1850[-1853] Memorial 293/26

HARE, Charles Simeon gentleman Plympton on the Bay Road 1851 Memorial 370/74

HARE, Charles Simeon Esquire MLC formerly of Pt Adelaide but now of Plympton 1853 Memorial 300/51

HARE, Charles Simeon Esquire Black Forest 1853 Memorial 495/53

HARE, Charles Simeon Esquire Section 107 near Plympton 1856[-1871] Memorial 325/102

HARE, Charles Simeon Esquire Enfield Dry Creek 1858 Memorial 361/147 Esquire Plympton 1858 Memorial 3/148

No 1

HARE, George Martin drover Kooringa 1891[-1909] Memorial 87/408

HARE, George Martin formerly drover Kooringa but now grazier Denial Bay 1911 Memorial 21a/465

No 1

HARE, James labourer near Adelaide 1859 Application 988

HARE, James farmer Edwardstown 1881 Application 18470

Hare, James bought land at Edwardstown in 1862, and established a farm of approx 40 acres. He died 25/3/1882 Edwardstown intestate. James Hare's wife, Margaret Hare, died 16/7/1896. Parents of Michael Hare farmer Edwardstown (born 1860 Edwardstown) together with his sisters Catherine and Alice Hare spinsters Edwardstown 1899 Application 23754

HARE, Michael farmer Edwardstown 1914 , declared that he had been born on South Road, Edwardstown in 1860. He had two sisters also living in Edwardstown, Catherine and Alice Hare, both spinsters Application 26375

HARE, John the Younger licensed victualler Adelaide (Stag Inn Rundle St) 'together with the blacksmith's shop and stables' 1894 Memorial 133/421

HARE, Mary E widow Willaston near Gawler 1892 Memorial 37/413

HARE, Matthew labourer Fifth Creek 1865 Memorial 5/204

HARE, Michael farmer Edwardstown 1879 Memorial 157/315

HARE, Oliver licensed victualler Poltallock Murray River 1848[-1849] Memorial 273/24

HARE, Patrick labourer Kapunda 1874 Application 13630

No 1

HARE, Thomas farmer Kooringa 1853 Memorial 264/55

HARE, Thomas farmer Coghill Creek Hundred of Waterloo land grant 1858 Grant Book 44 Page 373 County Light

HARE, Thomas farmer Saddleworth Co Light. Hundred of Kooringa land grant 1862 Grant Book 8 Page 13 County Burra

HARE, Thomas formerly farmer Kooringa 1853 then Butcher Gap 1857 but now sheep farmer Sod Hut 1863. He could not write Application 4726

HARE, Thomas sheep farmer Sod Hut near Kooringa. Hundred of Kooringa land grant 1864 Grant Book 8 Page 51 County Burra

HARE, Thomas licensed victualler Sod Hut 1866 Application 7213

HARE, Thomas licensed victualler near Kooringa 1873 Application 12578

No 2

HARE, Thomas of near Eudunda 1887 Memorial 145/386

No 1

HARE, William farmer Morphett Vale 1866 Memorial 25/246

HARE, William labourer Morphett Vale 1872 Memorial 177/257

No 2

HARE, William the Elder of Piltimetiappa Station near Mt Bryan 1882 Memorial 93/339

No 1

HAREN, Terence farmer Hill River 1858[-1865] Memorial 78/133

HAREN, Terence farmer formerly of near Clare but now of near Kapunda 1871 Memorial 73/252

HARES, George wellsinker Gawler Hundred of Mudla Wirra land grant 1862 Grant Book 27 Page 262 County Gawler

HARFIELD, Bowman Luke schoolmaster Pinnaroo 1914 Memorial 43/471]

HARFIELD, George carpenter Adelaide 1856[-1863] Memorial 312/98

No 1

HARFIELD, John labourer Adelaide 1856 Deposit 44/1856

HARFIELD, John farmer Mitcham 1862 Memorial 330/184

HARFIELD, John farmer formerly of Mitcham but now of the Hundred of Onkaparinga 1863 Memorial 43/190

HARFIELD, John formerly labourer Adelaide 1856 now gardener New Tiers Mt Lofty 1864. He could not write Application 5054

HARFIELD, John market gardener Carey Gully, died 11/1/1887. His widow, Charlotte Harfield, died 18/10/1910. The family by 1912 included - Harry James Harfield farmer Kensington Park, Daysefield John Harfield machinery agent Jamestown, Ernest Hedley Harfield carter Uraidla, Lancelot Herbert Harfield tile manufacturer Magill, Adelaide Hannette Alice Harfield spinster Rose Park and Bowman Luke Harfield schoolmaster Pinaroo Memorial 130/466

No 1

HARFORD, Basil Beverley clerk to Messrs SYMON, BROWNE & SYMON solicitors Adelaide 1923 Memorial 94/487

HARFORD, Basil Beverley articled law clerk Adelaide 1927, in the service of Messrs SYMON, MAYO, MURRAY & CUDMORE solicitors Adelaide Application 27458

HARFORD, David labourer Sevenhill 1874 Application 14025

No 1

HARFORD, Samuel bullock driver Bowden 1840 Application 6704

HARFORD, Samuel farmer Armagh 1854 Memorial 334/61

HARFORD, Samuel bullock driver Clare 1859 Application 22603

HARFORD, Samuel formerly bullock driver Bowden 1840 but now farmer Armagh 1862 Application 6704

HARFORD, Samuel farmer Armagh near Clare 1877 Memorial 205/302

HARFORD, Stephen of Gumbowie Hundred of Gumbowie land grant 1884[-1885] Grant Book 40 Page 44 County Kimberley

HARFULL, John farmer Victoria Creek 1856 Memorial 319/98

HARGRAVE, Catherine widow Pt Augusta 1942 Application 28338

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

HARGRAVE, Charles Townshend civil engineer Norwood. Hundred of Kuitpo land grant 1862 Grant Book 2 Page 96 County Adelaide

HARGRAVE, Charles Townshend civil engineer Kent Tce, Norwood 1865[-1880] Memorial 19/208

HARGRAVE, Charles Townshend Surveyor to the Central Road Board Commissioners Kent Tce, Norwood 1870 Application 10777

HARGRAVE, CT the Younger solicitor Adelaide 1880 Memorial 165/327

HARGRAVE, Charles Townshend the Younger solicitor HM Government Adelaide 1881 Application 18788/18789

HARGRAVE, Charles Townshend the Younger solicitor Adelaide 1888[-1919] Memorial 15/399

HARGRAVE, Charles Townshend civil engineer Kent Tce, Norwood, and Jessie Hargrave his wife linked with Joshua Addison Hargrave articled clerk Kent Tce, Norwood 1886 Memorial 102/380

HARGRAVE, Charles Townshend the Younger solicitor Adelaide 1899 Application 23790

HARGRAVE, Charles Townshend civil engineer, Member of the Institute of Civil Engineers London and Inspector-General and Engineer for Roads & Bridges in SA, Kent Tce, Norwood, died 16/5/1905. Estate worth £4,106/14/3. His widow, Jessie Hargrave, to have the right in trust to live in the family home at Kent Tce, Norwood and keep the personal estate inside absolutely. The rest of the estate to be sold and a trust fund set up to yield £200 for the widow for life. Afterwards, the estate to be sold and the proceeds shared equally absolutely in remainder expectant amongst the children of the marriage. Children mentioned include: Joshua Addison Hargrave articled clerk Kent Tce, Norwood, Herbert Oliver Hargrave formerly clerk in the Victorian railways department Melbourne Vic now clerk HM civil service of Klerksdorp, Transvaal, South Africa civil engineer. (He died 11/2/1911 St Helens Hospital, South Brisbane, of renal calculis, operation and uraemia, aged 44 years, 3 months, 14 days. He had married Emma Fortuna Grace DICKSON in Durban). By 1924, Joshua Addison Hargrave had become a solicitor in Yarrawonga Vic, Wilfred Hills Morton Hargrave was a civil servant in Pt Augusta, Jervis Deane Hargrave was an Esquire in Greensborough Vic, and Francis Hamlyn Hargrave was a telegraph company supervisor at Norwood. Their mother, Jessie Hargrave nee MORTON, died 3/9/1924 Kent Tce, Norwood, of heart disease, aged 87. Born at Walthamstow, Essex, she had come to SA 72 years previously. Married at age 17. 6 sons and 3 daughters living; 2 sons and 2 daughters deceased 1924 Application 27283

HARGRAVE, Herbert Oliver Railway Department clerk Melbourne Vic land Joshua Addison Hargrave solicitor Yarrawonga Vic had links with the business of CT Hargrave civil engineer Kent Tce Norwood 1900 Memorial 153/440

No 1

HARGRAVE, LMS articled law clerk Adelaide 1920 Memorial 61/481

HARGRAVE, Lancelot Morton Spiller articled law clerk Adelaide 1920 Memorial 178/481

HARGRAVE, Lancelot Morton Spiller solicitor Adelaide 1923, a member of the firm of KNOX & Hargrave, successor to the firm of Knox, GWYNNE & Hargrave solicitors Adelaide Application 27324

HARGRAVE, Nathaniel John solicitor Marlborough St, College Park, died 1/3/1942, of 2 years' coronary thrombosis, aged 59. Born in North Adelaide married aged 26. 1 son and 2 daughters living Application 29174

HARGRAVE, Owen and Seth bootmakers Hindmarsh 1890 Memorial 220/405

HARGRAVE, Seth apiarist Morphett Vale 1901 Memorial 11/444

HARGRAVE, William farmer Kadina, had died by 1906. Executors – Sarah Ann Hargrave and William Henry miner Kadina Grant Book 14 Page 253 County Daly

HARGREAVES, George Augustus farmer Middleton grandson of the late Samuel Hargreaves the Elder farmer Middleton, who died 14/9/1879 Memorial 24/473

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

HARGREAVES, Samuel steam miller Encounter Bay 1853[-1854] Memorial 51/53

HARGREAVES, Samuel miller Pt Elliot 1854. He sold the property to HMOF BLAKE. Enrolment 16/26

HARGREAVES, Samuel farmer Pt Elliot 1854[-1859] Memorial 42/77

HARGREAVES, Samuel the Younger licensed victualler Middleton 1865 Memorial 248/202

HARGREAVES, Samuel the Elder farmer Goolwa 1854 Memorial 469/75

HARGREAVES, Samuel the Elder farmer and HARGREAVES, Samuel the Younger licensed victualler both of Middleton 1865 Application 6135

HARGREAVES, Samuel formerly farmer 1854 but now innkeeper Pt Elliot 1865 Application 6135

HARGREAVES, Samuel farmer Middleton 1867 Memorial 161/220

HARGREAVES, Samuel the Elder of Middleton grandfather of George Augustus Hargreaves and Walter Edward Hargreaves 1879 Memorial 125/380

HARGREAVES, Samuel the Elder farmer Middleton, died 14/9/1879. He bequeathed £20 a year for life to his son, Samuel Hargreaves the Younger, if he should make himself known to Samuel Hargreaves' grandson, Walter Edward Hargreaves, who inherited all his personal property. Another grandson, George Augustus Hargreaves, inherited his grandfather's farm land once he had turned 21 (born 13/8/1866). In the meantime, WE Hargreaves could run the farm and have the income Application 27817

HARGREAVES, Samuel the Elder farmer Middleton, left land to his grandson, Walter Edward Hargreaves farmer Middleton, son of Samuel Hargreaves the Younger, ‘generally believed to be dead’. If he had survived, Samuel Hargreaves the Younger had to receive a £20 annuity for life from his son 1887 Application 21072

HARGREAVES, Walter William farmer Middleton 1917[-1920] Application 26566, Application 26915

HARJES, Simon Peter merchant Adelaide 1878 Memorial 90/309

HARK, John landowner Strathalbyn 1902 Application 24396

No 1

HARKER, Edmund and Henry wheelwrights Willunga 1859 Memorial 15/158

HARKER, Edmund wheelwright Willunga, about to leave the province for a time, power of attorney to Richard Bowen COLLEY land agent Adelaide, to attend to his SA business affairs 3/9/1859. He was at Winchcomb, Co Glos, by 27/10/1864, when RB Colley again received appointment as attorney. E Harker could not write Deposits 24/1862 & 101/1865

HARKER, Edmund gentleman Gretton near Winchcomb, Glos, England. Father of the late Henry Harker formerly wheelwright Willunga but now deceased 1865 Memorial 242/203

HARKER, Edmund formerly wheelwright Willunga 1859 but now gentleman Winchcomb, Glos, England 1865. Linked with Henry Harker wheelwright Willunga in the 1850s Application 6340

HARKER, Edmund formerly blacksmith Willunga 1860 but now of parts beyond the seas 1872 Application 12031

HARKER, Edmund gentleman Gretton, Winchcomb, Glos, England, died 26/3/1873. His executor, Richard Castle gentleman Winchcomb, appointed Richard Chaffey Baker and William BARLOW solicitors Adelaide, as his attorneys to wind up the Harker Estate in SA 20/10/1873 Deposit 43/1878

No 1

HARKER, George miller Gawler 1873 Memorial 212/270

HARKER, George labourer Gawler. Gawler Baptist Chapel trustee 1876 Memorial 193/314

HARKER, George labourer Gawler 1881 Memorial 129/330

HARKER, George miller Gawler, died 24/4/1909. He left his estate, worth £500, to his widow, Susan Harker. She died 8/9/1911 Application 26049

No 1

HARKER, Henry blacksmith Willunga 1849[-1854] Memorial 421/14

HARKER, Henry wheelwright Willunga 1851[-1857] Memorial 306/33

HARKER, Henry a lunatic owning land in Willunga 1861 Memorial 79/175

HARKER, Henry formerly wheelwright Willunga, died 9/1/1862 Adelaide Lunatic Asylum, of diarrhoea, aged 46 Application 23897

HARKER, Mary Ann nee PETHICK, of Willunga 1875, by the will of Abraham PETHICK of Willunga, who died 27/1/1855, entitled to £20 annuity from part Section 247 Willunga (she was his eldest daughter), released Sarah Ann Pethick, widow of William Pethick (died 8/1/1862), from continuing paying the annuity (in settlement of £89/10/-). Mrs William Pethick had sold the land to Henry PETHICK 11/10/1875 Deposit 223/1875

HARKINS, Caroline spinster Norwood 1883 Application 19746

No 1

HARKINS, Edward stonemason Adelaide (Wright St) 1853 Memorial 184/59

HARKINS, Edward stone mason Pt Elliot 1853 Enrolment 40/19

HARKINS, Edward stonemason Pt Elliot 1854 Memorial 114/79

HARKINS, Edward yeoman Pt Elliot 1854 Memorial 221/64

HARKINS, Edward stone mason formerly of Adelaide but now of Pt Elliot 1856 Memorial 196/111

HARKINS, Edward storekeeper Pt Elliot and Julia Harkins his wife 1864[-1888] Memorial 28/195

HARKINS, Edward formerly yeoman 1854 but now storekeeper Pt Elliot 1865 Application 5903

HARKINS, Mrs E storekeeper Pt Elliot 1882 Memorial 99/346

HARKINS, Edward storekeeper Pt Elliot and Julia Harkins his wife. Also Jane Harkins of Pt Elliot no description 1882 Application 19536

HARKINS, Richard stonemason Pt Elliot 1853 Memorial 401/60

HARKNESS, George Lawrence James clerk Gawler 1954 Memorial 37/529

HARKNESS, John farmer Finniss River, died June 1846 intestate, leaving his eldest brother, William Harkness farmer Williamson near Moffat, Co Dumfries, Scotland, as heir at law. John Harkness was already in Adelaide in 1841, when he purchased land grant Section 2320 The Finniss Special Survey, on the southern bank of the river, with Land Order 90 - 91 acres for £11. William Harkness's attorney, William FLETT draper Adelaide, sold the section in 1851 for £150 to William BOWMAN farmer The Finniss Application 22434

HARKNESS, Robert farmer Alma Hundred of Dalkey land grant 1880 Grant Book 26 Page 229 County Gawler

No 1

HARKUM, George farmer Hundred of Boolcunda Co Newcastle 1888 Memorial 131/390

HARKUM, George teamster Blinman. Parachilna (Hundred of Nilpena) township allotment land grant 1890 Grant Book 59 Page 27 County Taunton

HARLAND, Abraham barman to Thomas OTTAWAY licensed victualler Adelaide 1850 Memorial 311/23

HARLAND, Henry clerk to Mr SYMES solicitor Pt Adelaide 1851 [-1852] Memorial 465/38

HARLAND, W of Penola 1883 Memorial 99/353

HARLEY, Allan Cameron ironfounder Goodwood Co Adelaide. Tarcoola (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1901 Grant Book 65 Page 301 County Not named

No 1 - likely to be the same person

HARLEY, Andrew farmer Thebarton 1883 Memorial 133/350

HARLEY, Andrew Christopher farmer near Belvidere near Strathalbyn 1888 Application 21397

HARLEY, Eliza wife of Andrew Christopher Harley of Cowandilla, and Ellen PEARSON spinster Wayville sisters both formerly of Lot 150 Maria St, Thebarton 1905. They used to use adjacent Lot 151 as a garden and yard in connection with the house allotment, as did their father before them and their tenants now Application 25083

HARLEY, George wheelwright Pt Elliot 1862 Memorial 235/183

No 1

HARLEY, John currier Thebarton 1855 Memorial 352/89

HARLEY, John currier Hindmarsh 1864[-1867] Memorial 19/199

HARLEY, John currier Hindmarsh and Christina Harley his wife 1873 Application 12815

HARLEY, John currier Strathalbyn 1885 Memorial 104/372

HARLEY, John farmer Strathalbyn 1889 Application 21659

HARLEY, Christina widow Adams St, Hindmarsh 1909 Application 25553

No 1

HARLOW, George landowner Adelaide 1851 Memorial 353/31

HARLOW, George dairyman Adelaide 1851[-1852] Memorial 12/36

HARLOW, George gentleman Adelaide 1865 Memorial 133/206

HARLOW, George farmer Parkside and Caroline Harlow his wife 1868 Memorial 239/287

HARLOW, George farmer Parkside, left his whole estate to his wife, Caroline Harlow will dated 8/2/1876 Enrolment 38/52

No 1

HARLOW, Robert Henry storekeeper Adelaide 1854 Memorial 396/78

HARLOW, Robert Henry merchant Adelaide (Pirie St) 1855 Hundred of Pt Gawler land grant Memorial 246/102

HARLOW, Robert Henry merchant Adelaide (Pirie St), died c1865. He left his entire estate to his wife, Cecilia Harlow, absolutely Memorial 246/207

HARLOW, Robert Henry merchant Adelaide, died 30/10/1865. He left his 18estate to his wife, Cecilia absolutely. Value £1,500. Application 18351

HARLOW, Cecilia widow Kensington, died 6/1/1872. She left her entire estate to her daughter, Cecilia Helen Harlow. CH Harlow 22 (Father: Robert Henry Harlow) married John Herbert William EDMOND 21 gentleman (Father: William EDMOND) on 21/11/1875 Roman Catholic Presbytery Morphett Vale. Witnesses: Joseph STEPHENS and Jane HUGHES students Morphett Vale Application 18351

HARMAN, Charles and Henry [probably Henry Brougham Harman] drapers Adelaide (Clark's Building Hindley St - a shop which William BUIK had just vacated) 1854. Henry Brougham Harman held the leased shop alone in 1858 Memorials 77/74, 188/142

No 1

HARMAN, CE undertaker's assistant Norwood 1879 Application 18188

HARMAN, Charles E undertaker's assistant Norwood 1895 Application 24497

HARMAN, Charles Hambleton cabinetmaker Adelaide 1878 Memorial 206/310

HARMAN, Emily Eliza widow Kensington 1878[-1900] Memorial 144/305, Application 24055

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

HARMAN, John butcher Adelaide 1855 Memorial 488/81

HARMAN, John settler Kapunda 1856 Memorial 53/112

HARMAN, John farmer Hundred of Kapunda 1859[-1861] Memorial 59/156

HARMAN, John formerly butcher Adelaide but now farmer near Kapunda 1862 Memorial 81/184

HARMAN, John butcher North Adelaide 1868 Memorial 162/234

HARMAN, John the Younger butcher North Adelaide 1870 Memorial 118/250

HARMAN, John the Younger butcher Bowden 1873[-1874] Memorial 111/265

HARMAN, John Philip blacksmith Halbury Hundred of Hall land grant 1888 Grant Book 56 Page 221 County Stanley

HARMAN, Julia Ann widow Tarlee 1878 Memorial 203/311

HARMAN, William storekeeper Wallaroo 1889[-1893] Memorial 153/397

No 1

HARMER, Ann widow Mt Gambier 1876 Memorial 179/291

HARMER, Ann widow Yahl Paddock near Mt Gambier, died 20/2/1885. Walter James Harmer clerk Bordertown belonged to this family Memorials 82 & 83/373

No 1

HARMER, Charles Dennis butcher and baker Pt Pirie. Hundred of Pirie land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 286 County Victoria

HARMER, Charles Denis linked with Section 789 Hundred of Pirie Co Victoria 1894 Memorial 152/421

No 1

HARMER, Francis Bevis farmer Blyth linked with Joseph Ernest Harmer farmer Blyth 1894 Memorial 85/423

HARMER, Francis Bevis farmer Blyth linked with Joseph Ernest Harmer farmer Hopetoun Vic 1896 Memorial 202/428

No 1 – Francis Henry Harmer

HARMER, Francis farmer Cooke Plains. Hundred of Coolinong land grant 1881 Grant Book 54 Page 147 County Russell

HARMER, Francis farmer Cooke Plains Co Russell. Hundred of Joyce land grant 1882 Grant Book 51 Page 8 County Robe

HARMER, Francis Henry of Binnum Co MacDonnell 1883 Memorial 235/354

HARMER, George gentleman Adelaide Co Adelaide. Laura (Hundred of Booyoolie) township allotment land grant 1872 Grant Book 60 Page 452 County Victoria

No 1

HARMER, George John butcher Clare 1902 Memorial 146/446

HARMER, George John butcher Clare 1924, declared that he had lived in Clare for more than 40 years Application 27213

No 1

HARMER, James tallow chandler North Adelaide 1850 Memorial 265/20

HARMER, James tallow chandler Mt Barker 1856 Memorial 234/106

HARMER, James formerly tallow chandler Mt Barker but then yeoman Robe S-E 1869 Memorial 69/238

No 2

HARMER, James butcher Crystal Brook. Crystal Brook (Hundred of Crystal Brook) township allotment land grant 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 435 County Victoria

No 3

HARMER, James farmer near Clare 1878 Memorial 46/310

No 1

HARMER, John farmer near Clare Co Stanley. Hundred of Booyoolie land grant 1874 Grant Book 60 Page 146 County Victoria

HARMER, John farmer Booyoolie. Hundred of Yangya land grant 1883 Grant Book 60 Page 94 County Victoria

HARMER, Joseph Ernest farmer Hopetoun Vic. Hundred of Blyth land grant 1897 Grant Book 56 Page 368 County Stanley

No 1

HARMER, Robert George butcher Clare. Hundred of Blyth land grant 1873 Grant Book 56 Page 378 County Stanley

HARMER, Robert George butcher Clare Co Stanley. Narridy (Hundred of Narridy) township allotment land grant 1873 Grant Book 60 Page 483 County Victoria

HARMER, Robert George butcher Clare Co Stanley. Yatina (Hundred of Black Rock Plain) township allotment land grant 1875 Grant Book 13 Page 7 County Dalhousie

HARMER, Walter James butcher Albany WA executor for the will of the late Ann Harmer 1888 Memorial 233/391

No 1

HARMER, William brickmaker Adelaide 1839 Application 1035

HARMER, William brickmaker Adelaide 1850 Memorial 193/20

HARNAGAN, John the Younger farmer Hundred of Crozier 1886 Memorial 185/381

HARNETT, Arthur William Sherbert cabinetmaker Pt Adelaide 1907 Application 25312

No 1 - probably the same person

HARNETT, Charles labourer Alberton 1879 Memorial 62/313

HARNETT, Charles labourer Queenstown 1879[-1885] Memorial 136/315, Application 20570

HARNETT, Charles labourer Alberton 1880 Application 18088

HARNETT, Samuel gentleman Pt Adelaide 1854 Memorial 348/78

HARNIMAN, William Ronald solicitor Gawler 1947 Memorial 33/521

HARPER, AA farmer Clarendon 1934 Application 27944

No 1

HARPER, Alexander servant Golden Grove 1882 Application 27929

HARPER, Alexander of Golden Grove 1894 Memorial 104/423

HARPER, Andrew and Arthur Harper farmers Clarendon 1903 Memorial 169/450

No 1 - perhaps the same person

HARPER, Arthur farmer Meadows 1872 Meadows Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee Application 12431

HARPER, Arthur farmer Clarendon 1899[-1914] Memorial 101/437, Application 25763

HARPER, George accountant Katnook near Penola 1874 Memorial 164/275

No 1

HARPER, James yeoman Salisbury 1853 Memorial 146/51

HARPER, James butcher Salisbury 1853 Memorial 76/59

HARPER, James farmer Yorke Valley and Mary Harper his wife formerly Mary KENTISH widow 1875 Memorial 63/284

HARPER, Mary widow Maitland 1876, relict of the late James Harper formerly butcher Maitland Application 15579

HARPER, James Henry miner Second Valley 1890 Memorial 91/406

HARPER, John William farmer Prospect Hill 1893 Application 22614

HARPER, Joseph of Wirrega 1888 Memorial 102/390

HARPER, Renwicks Joseph farmer Rhine Villa 1888 Memorial 231/391

HARPER, Robert gardener Golden Grove 1915 Memorial 128/472

HARPER, Stephen labourer Mt Barker Springs 1926[-1939] linked with Lily Lena Muriel Harper cashier Kensington 1939 Memorials 13 & 14/514

No 1

HARPER, William farmer Mt Barker 1852 Memorial 32/43

HARPER, William farmer [formerly of Mt Barker but now of] Strathalbyn 1855 Memorial 36/83

HARPER, William formerly of Mt Barker Springs 1858 but now mining captain Callington 1864 Application 5497

HARPER, William [formerly farmer Strathalbyn but now] mining captain Kanmantoo 1865 Memorial 260/203

HARPER, William formerly farmer Mt Barker 1852 but now mining captain Callington 1866 Application 8053

HARPER, William farmer Meadows 1872 Meadows Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee Application 12431

HARPER, William Alexander farmer Golden Grove 1938 Application 28112

HARRADINE, Frederick printer Gawler 1862 Memorial 206/185 Formerly of Gawler but now painter Kadina 1862 Memorial 207/185

No 1

HARRADINE, Walter clerk to Alfred HARDY solicitor Adelaide 1855 Memorial 122/160

HARRADINE, Walter clerk to Arthur HARDY solicitor Adelaide 1855[-1856] Memorial 180/88

HARRAFIELD, James farmer O’Halloran Hill 1849 Memorial 136/17

HARRAL, William Wilton near Inverbrackie 1851 Memorial 235/29

HARRALD, Daniel ironmonger Adelaide 1860 Memorial 228/168

No 1

HARRALD, WH clerk to J PARTRIDGE solicitor Adelaide 1853 Memorial 395/59

HARRALD, WH clerk Adelaide (Rundle St) 1854 Memorial 164/168

HARRALD, WH clerk to the SA Copper Mining Co Adelaide 1860 Memorial 50/162

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

HARRALD, WH banker's clerk Mt Gambier 1860 Memorial 175/165

HARRALD, William Henry accountant Mt Gambier Mt Gambier township allotment land grant 1861[-1867] Grant Book 29 Page 201 County Grey

HARRALD, WH accountant Mt Gambier 1865[-1867] Memorial 253/202

HARRALD, William Henry gentleman and bachelor Mt Gambier 1862 Memorial 115/183

HARRALD, WIlliam Henry accountant Mt Gambier 1874[-1889] Memorial 79/275

HARRALD, William Henry gentleman Mt Gambier 1876 Memorial 134/287

HARRALD, William Henry auctioneer Mt Gambier 1882 Memorial 87/345

HARRALD, William Henry accountant Mt Gambier 1882 Application 19519

HARRALD, William Henry commission agent Mt Gambier 1901 Application 24326

HARRAN, CJ bank clerk Adelaide 1886 Memorial 201/375

HARREEN, Daniel no description now deceased 1851 - his children; Mary, Hanora and James Harreen no description Memorial 210/30

No 1

HARREEN, John labourer Morphett Vale 1853 Memorial 41/61

HARREEN, John formerly labourer Morphett Vale 1852 but now farmer near Sheaoak Log 1866 Application 7725

No 1

HARRIDGE, Frederick settler Adelaide 1848 Memorial 468/12 farmer Marion on the Sturt 1848[-1860] Memorial 450/10

HARRIDGE, Frederick settler formerly of Adelaide 1848 but now The Sturt 1863 Application 3830

HARRIDGE, William yeoman Gawler 1852 Memorial 191/39

HARRIES, James miner Paringa Mine 1849[-1853] Memorial 307/147

HARRIES, John formerly of the Mauire? Prison Halvak? Vic but then settler Colac Vic, died 26/5/1890 Memorial 200/404

HARRIES, William blacksmith Penfield. He rented land from the Smillie Estate near Nairne 1882 Application 19038

HARRILLSIFFORD, AS articled law clerk Adelaide 1915 Memorial 15/472

No 1

HARRINGTON, Albert Barnard gentleman New Glenelg, died c1884 intestate. Letters of administration to David Abraham Harrington builder Adelaide, his brother, to settle the estate Memorial 245/361

HARRINGTON, Albert Barnard draughtsman New Glenelg, died 8/2/1880, of cystitis and pneumonia 2 days, aged 18 Application 24041

HARRINGTON, Albert Barnard draughtsman New Glenelg died 8/2/1880, of cystitis (one week) and pneumonia (2 days), aged 18 Deposit 213/1884

No 1 - perhaps the same person

HARRINGTON, Amelia widow Prospect 1874 Memorial 20/333

HARRINGTON, Amelia widow Glenelg 1884 Memorial 132/359

HARRINGTON, Amelia widow New Glenelg 1890 Memorial 50/401

HARRINGTON, Arthur Eustace Esquire Adelaide 1901 Memorial 93/444

HARRINGTON, Benjamin Thomas out of business New Glenelg linked with Isaac Harrington ironmonger Adelaide 1884 Memorial 178/362

No 1 - perhaps the same person

HARRINGTON, David Abraham builder Pt Victoria 1879 Memorial 245/318

HARRINGTON, David Abraham agent Prospect 1887 Memorial 88/385

HARRINGTON, H bank official Pt Lincoln 1937 Memorial 159/511

HARRINGTON, Herbert James William farmer Hillview NSW a son of Frances Mary Harrington married woman Adelaide who died c1925 intestate Memorial 65/493

No 1

HARRINGTON, Isaac ironmonger Prospect 1874 Memorial 20/333

HARRINGTON, Isaac ironmonger Adelaide, died 29/12/1886 a widower and intestate. He owned much real estate in Little Adelaide. Linked with David Abraham Harrington agent Prospect 1888 Memorials 131 & 134/393

HARRINGTON, Frances Mary married woman Adelaide, died 25/6/1883 Glenelg intestate. Her estate worth £625. One of her children was Herbert James William Harrington farmer Hillview NSW 1925 Application 27343

No 1

HARRINGTON, James labourer Adelaide 1844 Memorial 370/3

HARRINGTON, James farmer Hindmarsh 1848 Memorial 68/13 Now of Prospect farmer 1850 Memorial 493/21

HARRINGTON, James lime burner Hindmarsh 1850 Memorial 381/23

HARRINGTON, James and William Henry BENDALL limeburners Prospect carrying on in business together under the style or firm of James Harrington & Co 1879 Memorial 152/318

No 1 - perhaps the same person

HARRINGTON, Joseph ironmonger Prospect 1874 Memorial 20/333

HARRINGTON, Joseph ironmonger Little Adelaide 1895 Memorial 120/426

HARRINGTON, Joseph ironmonger Prospect 1911 Application 25955

HARRINGTON, Joseph Dear Bowater and Sydney Charles Harrington farmers Carrieton 1892[-1896] Memorial 210/414

HARRINGTON, Louisa spinster Prospect, died 6/7/1923. Sister to Eliza Mahaliah Harrrington. Aunt to Stella Annie Wyatt PEARCE wife of Frederick Walter Pearce commercial traveller Prospect Memorial 176/488

HARRINGTON, Theresa widow Adelaide 1854 Memorial 473/68

HARRINGTON, Walter bachelor miner Silverton NSW married Mary Matilda O'NEILL spinster Silverton NSW on 4/3/1899 St Peter's Anglican Church Broken Hill NSW. By 1897, Walter Harrington was a licensed victualler in Perth WA Application 23435

No 1

HARRIOT, Francis gentleman Adelaide (Gratton St) 1885 Memorial 209/364

HARRIOT, Francis horsedealer and farmer Adelaide (Gray St), died 18/4/1894, of hemiplegia, aged 60 Application 22836

No 1

HARRIOTT, Andrew innkeeper Adelaide (Currie St) 1840 Application 26760

HARRIOT, Margaret widow of Andrew Harriot farmer Adelaide, died 7/2/1871, of heart disease and dysentery, aged 57 Application 22836

HARRIOTT, Walter linked with Section 188 Hundred of Way Co Musgrave 1889 Memorial 106/400

HARRIP, Arthur James farmer Wistow 1883 Application 19699

HARRIP, Edwin blacksmith Pinnaroo. Parilla (Hundred of Parilla) township allotment land grant 1908 Grant Book 12 Page 111 County Chandos

HARRIP, Harold William farmer Parilla. Hundred of Parilla land grant 1936 Grant Book 12 Page 102 County Chandos

HARRIP, James farmer Wistow 1884 Memorial 155/362

HARRIP, James Hendly farmer Wistow 1899[-1922] Memorial 237/438

HARRIP, Philip blacksmith Pinnaroo. Hundred of Pinnaroo land grant 1910 Grant Book 12 Page 46 County Chandos

HARRIP, William John farmer Bald Hills near Moonta 1894 Memorial 164/421

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

HARRIS, Alexander sheepfarmer Kooringa 1880 Application 18207

HARRIS, Alexander farmer Kooringa 1882 Application 19140

HARRIS, Alexander chaff merchant Kooringa 1884 Memorial 140/359

HARRIS, Alexander wood and chaff dealer Kooringa 1885 Memorial 156/364

HARRIS, Alexander gentleman Kooringa 1891 Kooringa Wesleyan Methodist Church trustee Application 28412

HARRIS, Alexander the Elder storekeeper Kooringa 1900 Memorial 29/442

HARRIS, Alexander the Elder storekeeper (chaff and wood merchant) Kooringa, died 25/12/1901, of pneumonia emprema, aged 61. He was a trustee of the Kooringa Freemasons' Lodge. Apparently a bachelor Application 27647

HARRIS, Alexander the Elder wood and chaff dealer Kooringa, died 25/12/1901. His son, Alexander Harris the Younger now out of business Marrickville NSW 1935 Application 28012

HARRIS, Alexander the Elder of Kooringa, died 25/12/1901. Husband of Mary Ann Harris. Father of Alexander Harris the Younger wood and chaff dealer Kooringa Memorial 242/466

HARRIS, Alexander the Elder wood and chaff dealer Kooringa, died 25/12/1901. Husband of Mary Ann Harris. Father of Alexander Harris the Younger wood and chaff dealer Kooringa and Louisa Maud Harris spinster Kooringa. Estate worth £4,500. By 1931, Alexander Harris the Younger was out of business Marrickville NSW Memorials 190/504 & 41/505

HARRIS, Alexander wood and chaff dealer Kooringa linked with Mary Ann Harris widow Kooringa 1903 Memorial 191/449

HARRIS, Alexander storekeeper Kooringa 1912 Application 26503

HARRIS, Alexander formerly wood and chaff merchant Kooringa but now storeman Marrackville NSW linked with Edwin John Harris storekeeper Kooringa 1922 Memorial 75/487

HARRIS, Alexander formerly wood and chaff merchant Kooringa but now of Broken Hill NSW linked with Edwin John Harris storekeeper Kooringa and Mary Ann Harris widow Kooringa 1920 Memorial 168/512

No 1

HARRIS, Alfred and Thomas sheep farmers Waterside and Spring Hut Stations 1875 Memorial 172/281

HARRIS, Alfred and Thomas stock dealers and agents Gawler and Waterside trading under the style or firm of T & A Harris, became bankrupts in 1875 Memorial 116/285

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

HARRIS, Alfred gentleman North-West Bend 1884 Memorial 216/356

HARRIS, Alfred Henry merchant Gawler. Uley Baptist Chapel trustee 1914 Memorial 196/470

No 1 - perhaps the same person

HARRIS, Allan MacLean gentleman Adelaide 1856[-1859] Memorial 306/103

HARRIS, AM clerk to Henry GILBERT solicitor Adelaide 1858 Memorial 26/138

No 1

HARRIS, Ambrose of Bowden 1856 Memorial 275/102

HARRIS, Ambrose stonemason formerly of Bowden but now of Kooringa 1863 Memorial 107/189

HARRIS, Ambrose stone mason Kooringa 1876 Application 15480

HARRIS, Ann Allsop formerly of Sandy Creek died 3/12/1875 intestate, mother of Edward Harris farmer and Eliza Harris spinster both of Sandy Creek 1876 Memorials 245 & 246/301

HARRIS, Arthur Charles mariner Le Fevre Peninsula, died 1873. He directed that his executor, Henry Wright Harris pilot Le Fevre Peninsula, convert the whole estate into money and send the proceeds to the testator's mother, Mary Harris widow London, England Memorial 116/270

HARRIS, Arthur Oliver Vincent building contractor Salisbury 1948, a resident of Salisbury for 23 years Application 28585

HARRIS, A Henry storekeeper Pt Pirie linked with James Charles Harris merchant Pt Pirie 1887[-1888] Memorial 182/386

HARRIS, Alice Mary widow South Camberwell Vic 1947, had links with Kingston S-E Application 28516

HARRIS, Arthur Stanley wheelwright Bute. Bute (Hundred of Wiltunga) township allotment land grant 1904 Grant Book 14 Page 399 County Daly

No 1

HARRIS, Aubrey James storeman Alberton 1894 Application 22797

HARRIS, Aubrey James storeman Queen St, Alberton and Helen Agnes Harris his wife 1903, who declared that she was a daughter of John WATSON machinist Alberton. She married Aubrey James HARRIS on 27/6/1888 Application 24628

HARRIS, Helen Agnes widow 1 Fussell Place, Alberton, aged 78 in 1944, declared that she had lived at that address for the whole of her life Application 28386

HARRIS, Benjamin tailor Adelaide 1884 Memorial 137/363

No 1

HARRIS, Benjamin George limeburner Willaston Co Gawler. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1885 Grant Book 14 Page 244 County Daly

HARRIS, Benjamin George farmer Kadina linked with the late David Harris farmer Kadina, who died c1886 Memorial 129/375

HARRIS, Benjamin George farmer Kadina 1895[-1898] Memorial 232/425

HARRIS, Benjamin George farmer Greens Plains West. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1904 Grant Book 14 Page 250 County Daly

No 1

HARRIS, Charles farmer Crystal Brook 1877 Memorial 248/301

HARRIS, Charles farmer Crystal Brook 1877. Probably a family link with Ann Harris widow Sandy Creek 1864 Application 16172

No 2

HARRIS, Charles auctioneer Pt Adelaide 1881 Memorial 61/331

No 3

HARRIS, Charles coachbuilder Adelaide (John St) 1915 Memorial 65/472

No 1

HARRIS, Charles Devenport possibly of Adelaide. Charlotte Harris mentioned but not described 1871 Memorial 234/252

HARRIS, Charles Devenport civil servant Adelaide 1884[-1909] Memorial 59/359

HARRIS, Charles Devenport clerk Adelaide Co Adelaide. Pinnaroo (Hundred of Pinnaroo) township allotment land grant 1905 Grant Book 12 Page 71 County Chandos

HARRIS, Charles Hope and Charles SMEDLEY linked with the Congregational Chapel Building Society of SA Inc of Adelaide 1883 Memorial 144/349

No 1

HARRIS, Charles Wright mariner Pt Adelaide 1855[-1856] Memorial 280/89

HARRIS, Charles Wright died 11/8/1859, through drowning in the wreck of the Admella on the SA coast. His eldest son, Arthur Charles Harris mariner Le Fevre Peninsula, died 10/3/1873, of phthisis, aged 23. Henry Wright HARRIS pilot Exeter Le Fevre Peninsula 1893 was a brother to CW Harris. Elizabeth Dods Harris spinster Harris St, Exeter, daughter of HW Harris, gave the above information Application 25312

HARRIS, CW bank manager Robe 1870 Memorial 146/246

HARRIS, Daniel farmer Kadina, died 23/5/1885. Estate worth £250. Executors: Ann Lewis wife of William LEWIS limeburner Brighton and Benjamin George Harris farmer Kadina Memorial 37/425

HARRIS, Douglas Charles bank manager Crystal Brook linked with Frank Reginald Harris manager 18 Fullerton St, Woollahra NSW 1954 Memorial 1/529

HARRIS, EA (Mrs) widow Kapunda 1896 Application 23205

HARRIS, Edgar telegraphist Prospect. Prospect Methodist Church trustee 1930 Memorial 30/503, Application 27786

No 1

HARRIS, Edgar Arnold surveyor Glenhurst near Macclesfield 1869[-1870] Memorial 90/238

HARRIS, Edgar Arnold formerly of St Marys but now of Barry via Hanging Rock NSW 1891 Memorial 229/410

HARRIS, Edgar Arnold surveyor formerly of Macclesfield but now of Barry NSW 1891 Memorial 55/411

HARRIS, Edgar Arnold surveyor formerly of St Marys, but now of Barry and Hanging Rock NSW, power of attorney to Samuel Alfred DAVENPORT sharebroker Adelaide, to sell his share of land in the Hundreds of Pt Adelaide and Goolwa. EA Harris had received the real estate as a gift from Walter Creasy HARRIS. He owned it in conjuction with Samuel Alfred HARRIS. SA Davenport also had to represent him in the signing of a certain deed of settlement concerning some property. The people involved were Emily Mary AUSTIN, wife of Edwin Austin stockholder Blackwood; Samuel Alfred HARRIS farmer Macclesfield; Frances Sophia HUNWICK wife of Henry Hunwick storekeeper Hindmarsh; George Theodore HARRIS of Toowoomba Qld; Charles Hope HARRIS surveyor Adelaide, Edgar Arnold Harris surveyor formerly of St Marys, but now of Barry and Hanging Rock NSW; Florence Elizabeth DAVENPORT, wife of Ernest Devereux Davenport stockholder Battunga; Walter Creasy HARRIS accountant Glenelg 24/3/1891 Deposit 88/1891

No 1

HARRIS, Edward innkeeper Adelaide (Gilles Arcade) 1842 Memorial 411/45

No 2

HARRIS, Edward farmer McLaren Vale 1847[-1859] Memorial 152/9

HARRIS, Edward farmer McLaren Vale, died 23/1/1871. He married Sarah LAVIS, by whom he had three children who all survived him - Susanna SANDERS widow Maylands 1905 widow of William Sanders farmer formerly of McLaren Vale now of East Payneham (died 19/3/1904 of acute pneumonia and pleurisy, aged 69), Harriett BALCHIN wife of John Balchin farmer formerly of Balaklava, now of Kent Town 1905, and Eliza Harris of Stepney, who died 211/6/1879 a spinster and without issue. Edward Harris remarried to Mary Ellen nee BELL, by whom he had no children and who died 5/3/1905, of 3 years' stomach cancer and 3 days' pneumonia, aged 77. She had married again to John Dodd farmer Henley Beach, but had no family Application 24981

HARRIS, Edward farmer McLaren Vale, died 23/1/1871. Real estate in trust for his widow, Mary Ellen Harris, to farm and bring up their daughters Susanna SAUNDERS widow 30 Rundle St, Kent Town and Eliza Harris (died 22/6/1879) and Harriet Harris (later married John BALCHIN of 30 Rundle St, Kent Town). Once the youngest child had turned 21, the widow and her two unmarried daughters to share equally in the income. Once the widow had died, the real estate to be shared out absolutely in remainder expectant as laid down in the will. Edward Harris could not write Application 26802

HARRIS, Edward husband of Mary Ellen Harris. Father of Eliza Harris who died before her mother; also Susannah SANDERS widow Kent Town and Harriett BALCHIN wife of John Balchin carpenter Kent Town 1906 Memorial 102/455

No 3

HARRIS, Edward farmer formerly of Sandy Creek but now of Crystal Brook 1877 Memorial 246/301

No 4

HARRIS, Edward farmer Terowie linked with Robert Harris farmer Yongala 1893 Memorial 167/417

HARRIS, Edwin trustee Pt Adelaide Wesleyan Church 1862 Left SA permanently c1875 Application 20393

HARRIS, Edwin George farmer Steelton on the Dirty Light. Pancharpoo Methodist Church trustee 1917 Memorial 128/475

No 1

HARRIS, Edwin John telegraph station manager Millicent linked with George William Harris surveyor Mt Gambier 1880 Memorial 150/326

HARRIS, Edwin John telegraph station master Millicent 1883 Memorial 107/348

No 2

HARRIS, Edwin John storekeeper Kooringa 1907 Application 25376.

HARRIS, Edwin John storekeeper Kooringa 1920 Memorial 64/480

HARRIS, Edwin John and HARRIS, Francis storekeepers Kooringa 1926 Application 27501

HARRIS, Edwin John, and Francis Harris storekeepers Kooringa. Kooringa Methodist Church trustees1926 Memorial 171/494

HARRIS, Edwin John formerly storekeeper Kooringa but now shop assistant Glenelg linked with Ella Loveday Harris spinster Burra 1948 Memorial 146/522

HARRIS, Elizabeth Dods spinster Exeter 1912 Application 26071

HARRIS, Eliza Mary widow Langhorne Creek 1861 Application 2419

HARRIS, Ella Loveday spinster Bridge St, Burra, died 6/10/1948 Memorial 52/524

HARRIS, Emmanuel of Rundle St, Adelaide 1879[-1882] Memorial 153/321

HARRIS, Emmanuel William storeman Mile End 1928 Memorial 126/501

HARRIS, Eric Rowel labourer Kanmantoo 1935 but now of Murray Bridge 1954 Application 29019

HARRIS, Ernest Albert out of business formerly of Adelaide but now of 441 Cross Roads, Edwardstown 1948 Memorial 166/522

HARRIS, Eva Olive widow c/- Presbyterian Girls College, Glen Osmond 1953 Application 29020

HARRIS, Francis confectioner Kooringa 1933, declared that he had lived in Kooringa for 70 years Application 27931

No 1

HARRIS, Francis John customs clerk Alberton 1900 Memorial 181/440

HARRIS, Francis John customs clerk formerly of Alberton but now of Rose Park 1916 Memorial 199/474

No 1 - perhaps the same person

HARRIS, Frank Arthur gentleman Pt Adelaide 1851 Memorial 407/29

HARRIS, Frank Arthur leased the Globe Inn Gawler for 7 years at £80 a year 1851 Memorial 252/36

HARRIS, Frank D law clerk Adelaide 1882 Memorial 71/340

No 1

HARRIS, Frederick labourer Aldinga Plains 1855[-1858] Memorial 25/89

No 2

HARRIS, Frederick farmer Sandy Creek. Hundred of Barossa land grant 1862 Grant Book 2 Page 54 County Adelaide

HARRIS, Frederick gardener Section 479 Hundred of Yatala Co Adelaide 1887[-1893] Memorial 79/389

No 2

HARRIS, Frederick gardener Hamilton on the Torrens near Walkerville 1918 Application 26712

No 3

HARRIS, Frederick carpenter Kingston S-E 1900[-1907] Memorial 216/441

HARRIS, Fred carpenter Kingston S-E and Eliza Harris his wife 1920 Memorial 192/481

HARRIS, Fred carpenter Kingston S-E linked with John Henry Harris joiner Kingston S-E 1915 Memorial 97/473

HARRIS, Fred formerly carpenter Kingston S-E but then out of business 46 Sussex St, Glenelg, died 12/12/1929 Memorial 33/503

HARRIS, Frederick no description died 12/12/1929. His widow, Eliza Harris, formerly of 46 Sussex St, Glenelg, had removed to 308 Military Road, Semaphore by 1934 Memorial 181/507

HARRIS, FD articled clerk Adelaide 1886 Memorial 183/373

No 1

HARRIS, Frederick John storekeeper Gawler linked with James Charles Harris storekeeper Pt Pirie and Elizabeth Harris widow Gawler 1889 Memorial 164/395

HARRIS, Frederick John farmer Gawler Co Gawler. Hundred of Pirie land grant 1892 Grant Book 60 Page 300 County Victoria

No 1

HARRIS, George farmer Sandy Creek Co Gawler. Jamestown (Hundred of Belalie) township allotment land grant 1873 Grant Book 60 Page 135 County Victoria

No 2

HARRIS, George gentleman Kapunda 1886 Application 20874

No 3

HARRIS, George sheep farmer formerly of Dawson but now of Auburn 1892 Memorial 204/415

HARRIS, George Adolphus farmer Mt Gambier Hundred of Mayurra land grant 1878 Grant Book 31 Page 223 County Grey

No 1 - perhaps the same person

HARRIS, George E clerk Adelaide 1873 Memorial 12/270

HARRIS, George Ebenezer civil service clerk North Kensington 1874 Memorial 71/274

No 1

HARRIS, George Henry nurseryman Marden, died 8/5/1881, of chronic alcoholism, aged 38. He left his widow, Marion Herberte Harris nee LYNCH of College Town, and one son, Henry James Edgar Harris, born 20/9/1872. His mother took her in-laws to court for more assistance out of the assets of James Harris, her father-in-law, which earned the trustees some £300 a year. 'The said Edgar Harris is in a very delicate state of health and great expense has already been incurred for medical attendance, and I am informed by Dr ASTLES and verily believe that I will have to pay the sum of £50 for medical attendance for every year for some time to come'. James Harris gardener Marden had died in 1874. His wife, Dianah Harris, died 23/11/1876. Uncertain how the high court case judged. By 1906, Henry James Edgar Harris was a farmer at Dandenong Vic. He had inherited some allotments in Section 284 Survey B once he turned 21 Application 25168

HARRIS, George Henry 28 bachelor gardener Marden (Father: James Harris) married Marion Herberto LYNCH 23 spinster Athelstone (Father: James Lynch) on 4/10/1871 James Harris residence Marden. Minister: Thomas PIPER. Witnesses: Frederick Harris gardener Marden and Louisa MARTIN of Melbourne Vic. Son Henry James Edgar Harris born 20/9/1872 Marden. George Harris nurseryman Marde, died 8/5/1881, of chronic alcoholism aged 38 1910 Application 25799

HARRIS, George James farmer the Drainage Works [of the Mt Muirhead Drainage Board] Hundred of Mayurra land grant 1878 Grant Book 31 Page 222 County Grey

No 1

HARRIS, George Peter merchant Adelaide, co-partner in the firm of GP Harris Scarfe, power of attorney to Sir Henry AYERS, and Harry Lockett AYERS, to represent him in his business affairs connected with the above firm 22/3/1872 Deposit 46/1872

HARRIS, George Peter merchant formerly of Adelaide but late of Shooters Hill, Kent, England. His widow, Caroline Harris, died 27/3/1920 Hylands Hailsham, Sussex, England Memorial 48/500

HARRIS, Louisa Caroline spinster of Lee Tce, Lee, Kent (father; George Peter Harris) m 5/1/1887, St Michael Blackheath, Kent, Leonard Waterhouse gentleman Blackheath Park, Kent (Father: Thomas Greaves Waterhouse). Both fathers deceased Deposit 92/1889

No 1

HARRIS, George Stanley sheep farmer Narracoorte 1885 Memorial 100/388

HARRIS, George Stanley formerly of the Kybybolite Estate near Naracoorte but now of parts beyond the seas 1890 Memorial 231/403

HARRIS, George Stanley gentleman formerly of Adelaide then of Craven Cottage Eastbourne, Sussex but now of Hylands Hailsham Sussex, England linked with Caroline Harris widow formerly of Picton Villa Blackheath near London but now of Hylands Hailsham relict of the late George Peter Harris formerly of Adelaide, then of Shooters Hill, Kent, England and now deceased 1914 Memorial 182/471

HARRIS, Goodman hotelkeeper formerly of Adelaide (White Hart Hindley St) but now of Melbourne Vic1893 Memorial 115/417

No 1

HARRIS, Hartley Pascoe returned soldier Kooringa 1923 Memorial 136/487

HARRIS, Hartley Pascoe shop assistant Kooringa 1923 Memorial 167/487

No 1

HARRIS, Henry storekeeper Kensington 1846 Memorial 353/7

HARRIS, Henry butcher formerly of Kensington but now of Noarlunga 1853 Memorial 159/54

No 2

HARRIS, Henry bricklayer Adelaide 1855 Memorial 81/92

HARRIS, Henry bricklayer Norwood 1859 Application 425

HARRIS, Henry mason Norwood 1864 Application 4827

HARRIS, Henry bricklayer Charles St, Norwood, died 8/11/1881. Complicated set of trusts to benefit his wife, Ellen Harris, and their five children - Samuel Harris, Henry Harris, George Harris, Laura Harris and Mary Elizabeth Harris. By 1883, Samuel Harris was a licensed victualler at Brompton Memorials 212 & 213/350

No 3

HARRIS, Henry solicitor Carriscross near Stroud, Glos, England and his clerk John HEAVEN of Littleworth near Sroud, were the solicitor's firm for William LEIGH Esquire Woodchester Park near Stroud, Glos, England 1856 Memorial 253/100

No 4

HARRIS, Henry wheelwright Norwood and Elizabeth Harris his wife 1885 Application 20461

No 5

HARRIS, Henry bootmaker Kooringa 1912 Memorial 123/466

No 1

HARRIS, Henry David Newman butcher Noarlunga. He had at least two daughters - Mary Ann Harris spinster and Catherine CHAMPNESS widow both of Noarlunga. Probably a relative of John Robin Harris merchant Adelaide 1855 Memorial 417/80

HARRIS, Henry David Newman butcher Noarlunga had two daughters - Mary Ann MOLINEUX wife of Albert Molineux compositor Norwood and Catherine CHAMPNEYS widow Noarlunga 1866 Application 7381

HARRIS, Henry Thomas storekeeper's assistant Melton St, Broadway Estate, New Glenelg 1930.He had lived in Kapunda for many years Application 27816

HARRIS, Henry William pilot Exeter Le Fevre Peninsula 1887 Application 21247

No 1

HARRIS, Henry Wright pilot Pt Adelaide 1864 Memorial 340/201

HARRIS, Henry Wright pilot Le Fevre Peninsula 1873[-1874] Memorial 218/271

HARRIS, HW pilot Le Fevre Peninsula 1877 Application 15790

HARRIS, Henry Wright pilot Le Fevre Peninsula 1887 Application 21148

HARRIS, Henry Wright gentleman Le Fevre Peninsula 1901. Father of Elizabeth Dods Harris spinster Exeter Application 24305

HARRIS, Henry Wright formerly master mariner and pilot then gentleman Exeter, died 3/9/1903. Father of Elizabeth Dods Harris spinster Exeter 1915. Grandfather of Lilian Gray MOSS wife of Merton Harris Critchley Moss carpenter Semaphore Application 26423

HARRIS, Ivan Garnet formerly railway employee Peterborough but now stores inspector 88 Mary St, Unley 1953 Application 29020

No 1

HARRIS, James gardener Adelaide 1848 Memorial 362/11

HARRIS, James of Echunga 1850 Memorial 137/25

HARRIS, James gentleman Echunga 1853 Memorial 115/55

No 2 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

HARRIS, James draper Adelaide 1849 Memorial 388/15

HARRIS, James draper formerly of Adelaide but now of Gawler 1854 Memorial 397/64

HARRIS, James storekeeper Gawler 1860 Memorial 313/161

HARRIS, James the Elder storekeeper Kapunda linked with James Harris the Younger storekeeper Gawler 1860 Memorial 148/168

HARRIS, James storekeeper Gawler East, died 1879. His family included his wife - Elizabeth Harris, and his sons, James Charles Harris, and Frederick John Harris Memorial 68/317

No 3

HARRIS, James yeoman Paringa Mine near Mt Barker 1852 Memorial 166/42

HARRIS, James farmer Paringa village near Mt Barker 1860[-1861] Memorial 35/165

HARRIS, James miner Kanmantoo 1851[-1862] Memorial 460/33

HARRIS, James yeoman Kanmantoo 1854 Memorial 353/62

HARRIS, James farmer Kanmantoo 1867[-1877] Memorial 10/225

HARRIS, James yeoman Callington on the Bremer 1856 Memorial 250/128

HARRIS, James farmer Callington on the Bremer 1858 Memorial 141/133

HARRIS, James miner Kanmantoo 1870 Application 24265

HARRIS, James farmer Kanmantoo 1882 Application 19198

No 4

HARRIS, James labourer Redruth near Kooringa 1851 Memorial 59/34 Miner Redruth 1851 Memorial 35/115 Miner [formerly of Redruth but now of] Kapunda 1857 Memorial 302/115

HARRIS, James miner Kapunda 1855[-1861] Memorial 185/95

HARRIS, James the Elder miner Kapunda, died 28/4/1872 intestate. His widow, Mary Harris of Kapunda, granted letters of administration to settle the estate. Children included - James Harris the Younger farmer Kapunda, William Harris farmer Kapunda and Mary Ann COWLING wife of James Cowling carpenter Campbell Creek Vic 1872 Memorial 134/261

HARRIS, James farmer near Kapunda 1875 Application 14751

HARRIS, James [formerly the Younger] farmer near Kapunda. Kapunda Wesleyan Chapel member 1876 Application 14752

HARRIS, James [formerly the Younger] farmer Hawkers Creek near Kapunda, died 5/3/1883. Husband of Jane Paul Harris, who died 19/11/1897. Apparently a son called James Harris, a farmer of Kapunda in 1898 Memorials 91- 93/448

HARRIS, James farmer near Kapunda linked with Mary and Annie Louisa Harris spinsters East Adelaide, Catharine Jane MORROW wife of John Morrow labourer Eyre St, South Broken Hill NSW and Edith May HAZEL wife of Benjamin Hazel farmer near Kapunda 1903 Memorial 108/448

No 5

HARRIS, James gardener Marden 1853[-1868] Memorial 392/52

HARRIS, James farmer Hamilton on the Torrens 1854 Memorial 242/70

No 6

HARRIS, James gardener Penrice 1855 Memorial 179/90

HARRIS, James mason Penrice 1862 Application 3301

HARRIS, James builder Penrice near Angaston 1867 Memorial 17/225

HARRIS, James mason Penrice 1870 Memorial 88/256

No 7

HARRIS, James bricklayer Prospect 1854 Memorial 392/68

HARRIS, James brickmaker St Johns Wood 1857 Memorial 94/120

HARRIS, James mason St Johns Wood 1867 Application 83844

HARRIS, James mason St Johns Wood 1867 Memorial 240/218

HARRIS, James gentleman St Johns Wood, near Adelaide, power of attorney to John Chichester PHILLIPS land agent Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 28/12/1878 Deposit 184/1879

HARRIS, James gentleman formerly of St Johns Wood but now in parts beyond the seas 1879 Memorial 23/313

HARRIS, James gentleman St Johns Wood near Adelaide 1894 Memorial 174/440

HARRIS, James gentleman St Johns Wood, died 31/10/1899. His widow, Lucy Harris, died 28/3/1908 Memorial 234/459

No 8

HARRIS, James miner Lostwithiel 1861 Memorial 90/177

HARRIS, James formerly miner Lostwithiel but now fruiterer Moonta 1881 Memorial 108/333

No 9

HARRIS, James gentleman Kooringa. Hundred of Kooringa land grant 1864 Grant Book 8 Page 26 County Burra

No 10

HARRIS, James, John, Samuel and William farmers Riverton Co Light. Hundred of Dalkey land grant 1868[-1869] Grant Book 26 Page 228 County Gawler

No 11

HARRIS, James brickmaker Hindmarsh 1871 Application 11661

HARRIS, James labourer Hindmarsh 1874 Memorial 237/278

No 12

HARRIS, James farmer Hundred of Alma trustee School and Cemetery Hundred of Grace Hundred of Grace land grant 1875 Grant Book 27 Page 52 County Gawler

HARRIS, James farmer Hamley Bridge Hundred of Alma land grant 1881 Grant Book 26 Page 63 County Gawler

No 13

HARRIS, James labourer Goodwood Road, and Isabella Harris his wife 1881 Memorial 16/329

No 14

HARRIS, James farmer South Inkerman trustee unnamed Wesleyan Methodist Chapel Hundred of Inkerman Hundred of Inkerman land grant 1886 Grant Book 27 Page 146 County Gawler

No 15

HARRIS, James carpenter Pt Lincoln 1929 Memorial 177/501

No 1

HARRIS, James Charles merchant Pt Pirie 1887 Memorial 91/385

HARRIS, James Charles formerly storekeeper Pt Pirie but now auctioneer Zeehan Tas 1899 Memorial 103/438

HARRIS, James Charles storekeeper Pt Pirie. Hundred of Napperby land grant 1900 Grant Book 60 Page 395 Cosunty Victoria

HARRIS, James Glanville farmer near Riverton 1916 Application 26545

HARRIS, Jane Ann widow Bowden 1854 Memorial 308/69

No 1

HARRIS, Job draper Gawler 1862 Memorial 82/181

HARRIS, Job storekeeper Willaston 1866 Memorial 50/211

HARRIS, Job publican Sandy Creek 1878 Application 16971

No 1

HARRIS, John labourer Enfield 1850 Memorial 174/24

No 2 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

HARRIS, John labourer Bowden 1848 Memorial 258/11

HARRIS, John farmer Bowden 1854 Hundred of Gilbert land grant Memorial 243/79

HARRIS, John tallow chandler Hindmarsh 1849 Memorial 487/18 [Prob J Harris the Elder and Younger involved with Bowden and Hindmarsh]

HARRIS, John labourer Hindmarsh 1850 Memorial 380/24

HARRIS, John farmer formerly of Hindmarsh but now of Macaw Creek 1855 Memorial 295/87

HARRIS, John farmer Macaw Creek near Riverton 1855[-1895] Memorial 397/87

HARRIS, John farmer Macaw Creek Hundred of Alma land grant 1857 Grant Book 26 Page 66 County Gawler

HARRIS, John and William farmers Macaw Creek 1858 Macaw Creek Wesleyan Chapel trustee Memorial 161/138

HARRIS, John farmer Macaw Creek 1859 Application 461

HARRIS, John farmer near Riverton Hundred of Dalkey land grant 1871 Grant Book 26 Page 229 County Gawler

HARRIS, John the Elder farmer Riverton Co Stanley. Hundred of Redhill land grant 1879 Grant Book 14 Page 371 County Daly

HARRIS, John farmer Riverton 1880 Application 18368

HARRIS, John the Elder farmer Riverton, died c1880. He could not write. His household furniture and bedding to his wife, Mary Harris, and also an annuity of £2 a week for life. £300 to each of his two daughters, Catherine JACOBY and Jane Smith MARTIN. The residual estate, including his clock, to go to his son John Harris. All his children to share equally in the division of the residue personal estate. His widow, Mary Harris, died 7/1/1883 Booleroo Centre, of continued fever, aged 70 Application 23142

HARRIS, John the Elder farmer Riverton, died 1880. Bequests and/or annuities to his wife, Mary Harris, his daughters Catherine JACOBY and Jane Smith MARTIN and his son, John Harris the Younger no description Memorial 63/328

HARRIS, John the Younger farmer Rhynie trustee Wesleyan Methodist Chapel Rhynie 1884 Application 20619

HARRIS, John [the Younger?] farmer near Riverton 1886 Memorial 225/377

No 3

HARRIS, John storekeeper Pt Adelaide 1855 Memorial 218/85

No 4

HARRIS, John stevedore Pt Adelaide 1865 Memorial 99/206

No 5

HARRIS, John broker Adelaide and Mary Harris his wife 1858 Memorial 59/184

No 6 - possibly the same person

HARRIS, John farmer Clarendon leased Section 93 Hundred of Onkaparinga [north of Balhannah] 1855 Memorial 295/94

HARRIS, John farmer Balhannah and Anne Harris his wife 1862[-1872] Memorial 280/183

HARRIS, John farmer Mallala and Anne Harris his wife 1885[-1891] Memorial 183/381

HARRIS, John chaff merchant Mallala. His wife, Annie Harris, died 26/2/1908 intestate. Estate worth £70 Memorial 189/459

HARRIS, John chaff merchant Mallala, administrator of the estate of Ann Annie Harris of Mallala deceased 1909 Application 25613

No 7

HARRIS, John miner Victoria township [near Kapunda] 1860 Application 1831

No 8

HARRIS, John storekeeper Kapunda Co Light. Hundred of Booyoolie land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 148 County Victoria

No 9

HARRIS, John sheep farmer North-West Bend 1885 Application 20769

No 10

HILL, John farmer Forreston 1888 He was the son of William Hill farmer Kersbrook?? and his wife Anne Hill Application 21517

No 11

HARRIS, John no description died 15/7/1888. Linked with Thomas Harris gentleman Kadina and Francis John Harris customs clerk Alberton 1900 Memorial 181/440

No 12

HARRIS, John bootmaker Kooringa 1891 Kooringa Wesleyan Methodist Church trustee Application 28412

No 13

HARRIS, John labourer Towitta 1896[-1906] Grant Book 17 Page 32 County Eyre

No 1

HARRIS, John Evan storekeeper Pt Adelaide 1852[-1855] Memorial 447/42

HARRIS, John Evan general dealer Pt Adelaide, died 26/11/1855. Real estate to Henry TOUT farmer Tam O’Shanter Belt and Elijah Henry BUTER bootmaker Pt Adelaide, in trust to sell it and invest the money to the benefit of his children, until the youngest shall turn 21, when all children share equally in the estate Memorial 32/284, Enrolment 24/52

No 1

HARRIS, John Henry joiner Kingston S-E 1900[-1928] Memorial 242/441

HARRIS, John Henry and F Harris both joiners Kingston S-E 1915 Memorial 167/472

HARRIS, John Henry carpenter Kingston S-E 1926[-1937] Memorial 169/495, Application 28096

No 1

HARRIS, John Richard Hudson porter Adelaide 1856[-1877] Memorial 184/104

HARRIS, John Richard Hudson porter Unley 1880 Application 18356

No 1

HARRIS, John Robin gentleman Adelaide 1842 Memorial 198/2

HARRIS, John Robin wine merchant Adelaide (King William St) 1853[-1854] Memorial 464/59

HARRIS, John Robin formerly wine and spirit merchant Adelaide but now absent from the said province 1856 Memorial 9/102

HARRIS, John Robin Esquire Blackheath, Kent [formerly merchant Adelaide]. His daughter, Susan Elizabeth Harris, about to marry George ABSOLOM merchant Manchester, Lancs, England on 19/4/1860. Her father settled two Sections in the Hundred of Yakalilla (380 and 391) in trust upon her for life, and then upon their children absolutely in remainder expectant. The Absoloms had a large family. By 1892, the George Absoloms were living at 23 Rood Lane, London, Middlesex, England, where George Absolom was a tea merchant. Mrs Absolom gave these sections of land to her son, Norman Archer Absolom tea merchant 23 Rood Lane, London, some time after his 21st birthday. Francis Joseph FISHER solicitor Adelaide, was the young man's local attorney. The Absoloms sold the land to Ernest Robert MAYFIELD farmer Bald Hills near Yankalilla, for £500. George STEVENS famer Yankalilla leased the properties Application 22256

HARRIS, John Robin Esquire formerly of Adelaide 1855 but now in England 1862 Application 3600

HARRIS, John Robin merchant formerly of Adelaide but now of Blackheath in England 1864 Memorial 252/196

No 1

HARRIS, John Trevecca linked with Section 415 Hundred of Tiparra Co Daly 1883 Memorial 30/352

HARRIS, John Trevecca farmer Cunliffe Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1887 Grant Book 14 Page 423 County Daly

HARRIS, John William master mariner Norwood and William John Harris gardener Norwood 1894 Memorial 199/420

No 1

HARRIS, Joseph butcher Woodside 1864 Application 5705

No 2

HARRIS, Joseph farmer Barunga trustee unnamed Chapel perhaps Barunga 1880 Grant Book 14 Page 464 County Daly

HARRIS, Joseph farmer Kangaroo Flat Co Gawler. Hundred of Barunga land grant 1881[-1882] Grant Book 14 Page 468 County Daly

No 1 – Joseph Edward Harris

HARRIS, Joseph farmer Brighton 1885 Application 20599

HARRIS, Joseph Edward of Brighton 1874 Application 13314.

HARRIS, Joseph Edward farmer Diagonal Road, New Glenelg 1913. Probably a family link with Henry Thomas Harris storekeeper's assistant Kapunda Application 26215

HARRIS, Joseph Edward farmer Diagonal Road, New Glenelg 1898 Memorial 56/435

HARRIS, Joseph Edward farmer Brighton 1905 Memorial 19/453

No 1

HARRIS, Mary widow Kooringa 1851 Memorial 47/33

HARRIS, Mary widow formerly of Kooringa but now of Kensington 1855 Memorial 134/83

No 1

HARRIS, Matthew storekeeper Kadina 1888 Memorial 107/393

HARRIS, Matthew of Kadina 1893 Memorial 172/416

No 1

HARRIS, Michael miner Gumeracha 1851 Memorial 269/48

HARRIS, Michael miner Gumeracha 1853 Hundred of Talunga land grant Memorial 269/48

HARRIS, Michael of Tungkillo 1861 Memorial 72/177

No 2

HARRIS, Michael miner Adelaide (Union St) 1852 Memorial 442/45

HARRIS, Michael farmer Magill 1854[-1856] Magill Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee 1854 Memorial 143/74

HARRIS, Michael miner formerly of Union St, Adelaide but now of Magill and his wife, Mary Jane Harris 1856. Linked with William Harris miner Adelaide Memorial 323/110

HARRIS, Michael farmer Magill, about to leave the province for a time, power of attorney to his wife, Mary Jane HARRIS, to manage his business affairs 5/2/1856 Deposit 288/OA

HARRIS, Michael formerly of Union St off Grenfell St, Adelaide but now miner out of the province 1856 Memorial 71/102

HARRIS, Michael miner formerly of Union St, Adelaide but now of parts beyond the seas 1856 Memorial 245/107

HARRIS, Michael miner Sydney NSW, power of attorney to William HARRIS builder Kadina, to manage his SA business affairs 11/9/1867 Deposit 127/1869

No 3 – likely to be a continuation of No 2

HARRIS, Michael miner Wallaroo Mines 1883 Memorial 229/349

HARRIS, Michael miner Wallaroo Mines Hundred of Tickera land grant 1883 Grant Book 14 Page 212 County Daly

HARRIS, Michael farmer Hector Plains near Kadina 1885[-1888] Memorial 15/371

HARRIS, Michael farmer Hector Plains Tickera. Hundred of Tickera land grant 1892 Grant Book 14 Page 215 County Daly

HARRIS, Michael James railway porter Petersburg Hundred of Yongala land grant 1908 Grant Book 13 Page 209 County Dalhousie

HARRIS, Ormond Kent of Cummins Town Clerk District Council of Lincoln since 1949 Application 28825

HARRIS, OW bank manager Robe 1870 Memorial 228/248

No 1

HARRIS, Peter George merchant Adelaide (Hindley St) 1855 Memorial 104/91

HARRIS, Peter George merchant and commission agent Adelaide 1866 Memorial 188/208

HARRIS, Adelina widow late of Glenelg [relict of the late PG Harris], died 7/6/1877. She left 4 daughters and one son - Adeline Tardif BILLING widow North Adelaide now deceased (died 30/1/1880), Jeanette Churchward CHEWINGS wife of Thomas Chewings Parikylia Station North West of Pt Augusta now deceased died 13/4/1883 intestate (her husband died 23/10/1899), Eliza Susan Chewings married woman Mossburn Southland New Zealand (married 13/8/1879), Bertha Webster ATKINSON married woman Glenelg, and George Honey Harris gentleman Adelaide. Lillian Chewings spinster Children's Hospital North Adelaide (daughter of T & JC Chewings) was a granddaughter 1903 Application 24602

No 1

HARRIS, Reginald George soldier 12 Hastings Road, Colonel Light Gardens and Joy Lorraine Harris his wife 1945 Memorial 70/519

HARRIS, Reginald George formerly soldier 12 Hastings Road, Colonel Light Gardens but now labourer Langhorne Creek and Lorraine Harris his wife 1950 Memorial 152/524

No 1

HARRIS, Richard pianofortemaker formerly of Ealing, Middlesex, England, but now of Adelaide 1847 Memorial 466/7

No 2

HARRIS, Richard labourer Bowden 1849[-1855] Memorial 265/82

No 3

HARRIS, Richard JP of Broughton Extension 1876 Application 14869

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

HARRIS, Richard farmer Broughton Extension Hundred of Redhill land grant 1877 Grant Book 14 Page 365 County Daly

HARRIS, Richard farmer Pt Wakefield Hundred of Redhill land grant 1878[-1883] Grant Book 14 Page 368 County Daly

HARRIS, Richard farmer Redhill. Hundred of Redhill land grant 1886 Grant Book 14 Page 379 County Daly

No 4

HARRIS, Richard farmer Naracoorte Hundred of Naracoorte land grant 1876 Grant Book 50 Page 108 County Robe

No 5

HARRIS, Richard farmer Salisbury 1883 Application 21516

HARRIS, Elizabeth, born 4/12/1864 Salisbury, daughter of Richard Harris carrier Salisbury and Mary Harris nee LANE his wife Application 21082

HARRIS, Richard Smith watchmaker Adelaide 1856[-1858] Memorial 475/97

HARRIS, Richard Walker station hand Kooringa. Son of Mary Ann Harris widow Bridge St, Kooringa, who died 9/2/1938. Memorial 123/525

HARRIS, Richard William farmer Modbury 1900[-1906] Memorial 79/440, Application 25161

No 1

HARRIS, Robert bachelor married Catherine nee ? in 1830 Lezan, Cornwall, England. Robert Harris died June 1857 Macaw Creek intestate. His only child, Elizabeth Maddever Harris, who married 1852 William Maddever LANG, inherited his property Section 601 Hundred of Gilbert, as heiress in law. Robert Harris’s widow, Catherine, remarried to Henry GRAY farmer Macaw Creek. Application 9542

No 1

HARRIS, Robert innkeeper Saddleworth 1848 Memorial 243/14

HARRIS, Robert late of the Burra Burra now of Watervale 1850 Memorial 270/22 Gentleman Watervale 1849 Memorial 140/17 Storekeeper Watervale 1850 Memorial 429/95

Innkeeper Saddleworth 1850 Memorial 219/20

HARRIS, Robert storekeeper formerly of Watervale but now of Launceston VDL 1856 Memorial 150/103

No 2

HARRIS, Robert yeoman Burra Burra 1853 Memorial 456/55

HARRIS, Robert farmer Macaw Creek 1855 Memorial 309/90

No 3

HARRIS, Robert storekeeper Brompton 1854[-1857] Memorial 500/64

HARRIS, Rupert Thurlow farmer Halidon 1936. Links with the DAY family of Nairne Application 28031

HARRIS, SA farmer near Macclesfield 1895 Application 23079

No 1

HARRIS, Samuel carpenter North Adelaide 1854[-1869] Memorial 130/72

No 2

HARRIS, Samuel coachsmith Norwood 1870 Application 10810

No 3

HARRIS, Samuel JP of Hindmarsh 1872 Memorial 35/286

No 4

HARRIS, Samuel farmer Giles Corner 1872 Application 12273

No 5 - perhaps the same person

HARRIS, Samuel publican Brompton 1883 Application 19914

HARRIS, Samuel publican Norwood 1884 Brother to Henry Harris coachbuilder Norwood. Probably sons of Henry Harris bricklayer Norwood deceased. Other family members probably included George Harris, Mary Elizabeth Harris and Laura THAMM nee Harris Application 20048

HARRIS, Samuel publican Gas Works Hotel Brompton 1897 Application 23279

HARRIS, Sophia Matilda licensed victualler Chief St, Brompton 1909 Application 25640

HARRIS, Samuel Harris of Brompton and Sophia Matilda Harris his wife 1914 Application 26335

No 6

HARRIS, Samuel sheep farmer Hundred of Way 1888 Memorial 199/391

HARRIS, Samuel farmer Hundred of Way 1897 Memorial 39/431

No 1

HARRIS, Samuel Alfred stock agent Glenhurst near Macclesfield 1869[-1891] Memorial 90/238

HARRIS, Samuel Alfred overseer then manager North-West Bend Station 1882 Memorials 50 & 52/341

HARRIS, Samuel Alfred stock agent Macclesfield 1891 Memorial 56/411

No 1

HARRIS, Samuel Link gentleman Macclesfield 1853 Hundred of Saddleworth land grant Memorial 49/73

HARRIS, Samuel Link Minister of the Gospel Macclesfield 1854[-1855] Memorial 324/64

HARRIS, Samuel Link gentleman Glenhurst Macclesfield 1855 Memorial 115/85

HARRIS, Samuel Link gentleman Macclesfield 1861 Application 2023

HARRIS, Samuel L JP of Macclesfield 1878 Memorial 139/312

HARRIS, Rev'd Samuel Link of near Macclesfield. Probably a daughter - Miss Florence Elizabeth gf HARRIS 1880 Application 18286

No 1

HARRIS, Sarah widow Tam O'Shanter Belt 1856[-1879] Memorial 58/111

HARRIS, Sarah widow Freshwater Springs near Pt Adelaide 1864 Memorial 281/192

HARRIS, Sarah widow Freshwater Springs Tam O'Shanter Belt 1873 Memorial 74/268

HARRIS, Sarah widow Tam O’Shanter Belt 1862 of Freshwater Springs near Woodville 1882 Application 19029

HARRIS, Sarah widow Woodville North 1894 Memorial 199/422

HARRIS, SJB storekeeper Penneshaw Kangaroo Island 1912 Memorial 177/466

HARRIS, SL JP of Glen Hurst Macclesfield 1873 Memorial 52/268

HARRIS, Stephen George carter Modbury 1904 Application 24800

No 1

HARRIS, Thomas labourer Llwchwr near Burra 1851 Memorial 409/38

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

HARRIS, Thomas farmer Tam O'Shanter Belt 1853[-1860] Memorial 220/60, Application 1119

HARRIS, Thomas labourer Tam O'Shanter Belt 1892 Application 22385

HARRIS, Thomas labourer formerly of Tam O'Shanter Belt but now of Cross Roads, Moonta 1905 Application 24916

No 3

HARRIS, Thomas farmer Woodville 1868 Memorial 180/230

No 4

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

No 5

HARRIS, Thomas coachbuilder Kooringa 1897 Memorial 216/430

HARRIS, Thomas wheelwright Burra and Clara Priscilla Harris his wife 1906 Application 25207

HARRIS, Thomas coach builder Kooringa and Clara Priscilla Harris his wife 1908 Application 28611

HARRIS, Thomas Charles of Pt Pirie 1887 Memorial 34/389

No 1

HARRIS, Thomas David yeoman Lake Albert. He must have had a family link with Edward Harris licensed victualler Adelaide and Esther Harris his wife. Parents of Gordon Thomas Harris 1846 Memorial 216/6

HARRIS, Thomas David farmer Dry Creek. Hundred of Yatala land grant 1854 Grant Book 1 Page 69 County Adelaide

HARRIS, Thomas David farmer Upper Dry Creek 1854[-1876] Memorial 370/64

HARRIS, Thomas David formerly yeoman Lake Albert but now farmer Upper Dry Creek 1861 Memorial 5/176

HARRIS, Thomas David sheep farmer Modbury 1865 Application 5933

HARRIS, Thomas David farmer Modbury died c1873. His widow, Elizabeth Harris, who had a life interest in trust in his real estate, died 31/3/1898. In 1898, the following family was alive - Rosina Harris who had married Jacob STORER on 15/11/1876, Esther Adeline Harris who married JOHN Kitely ON 116/1879; Eleanor Florence Harris who married James Gilmour (now deceased) on 21/7/18865; Emily Maud Harris, the youngest child, turned 16 on 22/6/1883 and married Thomas GOODALL on 9/4/1890; Richard William Harris farmer Modbury, Stephen George Harris farmer Modbury, Frederic Charles Harris and Joseph Edward Harris farmer Glenelg Application 23767

No 1

HARRIS, Thomas Henry wheat agent Wilson Wilson [also known as Kanyaka Siding] (Hundred of Cudlamudla) township allotment land grant 1884[-1885] Grant Book 49 Page 168 County Newcastle

HARRIS, Thomas Henry wheat agent Wilson [also known as Kanyaka Siding] trustee Cemetery Hundred of Cudlamudla Hundred of Cudlamudla land grant 1889 Grant Book 49 Page 120 County Newcastle

No 1

HARRIS, Thomas William reporter North Adelaide linked with HARRIS, George Ebenezer of North Kensington 1874 Application 13893

HARRIS, Thomas William journalist Adelaide 1876[-1880] Memorial 116/288

HARRIS, Thomas William journalist Adelaide Co Adelaide. Beltana (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 65 Page 4 County Not named

HARRIS, Walter C clerk to Arthur WATERHOUSE of Adelaide 1882 Memorial 122/339

HARRIS, Walter Hope accountant East Tce, Henley Beach 1938, Secretary to Wadlow Ltd whose registered office was on the corner of Coburg Rd and William St, Alberton Application 28141

No 1

HARRIS, William storekeeper Mt Barker 1851 Memorial 453/37

No 2

HARRIS, William miner SA 1851 Memorial 112/38

HARRIS, William miner Victoria township near Kapunda 1852 Memorial 489/44

HARRIS, William of the Kapunda Mines 1859 Application 572

HARRIS, William miner Kadina. Kadina (Hundred of Kadina) township allotment land grant 1861 Grant Book 14 Page 37 County Daly

HARRIS, William mine captain Kapunda 1864 Memorial 184/199

No 3

HARRIS, William shoemaker Adelaide 1852 Memorial 91/42

HARRIS, William shoemaker Norwood 1852[-1855] Memorial 170/46

HARRIS, William shoemaker formerly of Adelaide but now of Kensington 1853 Memorial 297/59

HARRIS, William shoemaker formerly of Norwood but now of Kensington 1855 39Application 17012

HARRIS, William shoemaker Kensington 1853[-1856] Memorial 2/59

No 4 - perhaps the same person

HARRIS, William blacksmith Adelaide 1853[-1854] Memorial 130/67

HARRIS, William blacksmith Norwood 1869 Memorial 77/243

HARRIS, William shoeing smith North Kensington, died c1873. He left his entire estate in equal shares absolutely to his children - Thomas William Harris, George Ebenezer Harris, Ella BARLOW, Emma RHODES, and Mary Padey Harris Memorial 174/270

HARRIS, William blacksmith Magill, died 10/11/1873. By 1875, his family included: Thomas William Harris reporter North Adelaide, George Ebenezer Harris civil service clerk Norwood, Ellen BARLOW wife of Ebenezer Barlow coachsmith Norwood,, Ellen Harris spinster, Emma RHODES wife of Thomas Rhodes ironmonger Kent Town and Mary Padey WILLIAMS wife of George Williams commercial traveller College Town Memorial 193/283

HARRIS, William shoeing smith North Kensington, died c1872. He left his estate in equal shares to his children - Thomas William Harris, George Ebenezer Harris, Ellen BARLOW nee Harris, Emma RHODES nee Harris, and Mary Padey HARRIS. 1881 Application 18517

No 5 - perhaps the same person

HARRIS, William team owner Adelaide (Rundle St) 1853 Memorial 87/58

HARRIS, William miner Adelaide 1856 Memorial 323/110

HARRIS, William formerly miner Adelaide 1856 but now of Kadina 1863 Application 4304

HARRIS, William agent Kadina owned land in Rundle St, Adelaide, which he leased out to merchants 1861 Memorial 332/178

HARRIS, William gentleman Kadina 1889 Application 21669

HARRIS, William gentleman formerly of Kadina but now of Malvern 1906 Application 25209

No 6

HARRIS, William labourer New Hamburgh near Strathalbyn 1853[-1857] Memorial 259/51

HARRIS, Catherine widow near Strathalbyn 1865 Memorial 122/202

HARRIS, David labourer New Hamburgh 1875, eldest son and heir at law of the late William Harris formerly labourer New Hamburgh but now deceased. William Harris's widow, Catherine Harris, remarried to Thomas WILLIAMS carter Strathalbyn. She died 30/3/1875 Memorial 240/282

No 7

HARRIS, William farmer Bugle Ranges. Section 3553 Hundred of Strathalbyn land purchase 1854 Memorial 80/70

HARRIS, William farmer Section 3553 Hundred of Strathalbyn, died c 1860. Husband of Eliza Mary Harris Memorial 166/169

No 8

HARRIS, William Esquire Kapunda 1854[-1865] Memorial 188/79

HARRIS, William engineer Kapunda 1855[-1861] Memorial 289/81

HARRIS, William miner Kapunda 1859 Memorial 220/155

HARRIS, William miner Kapunda 1871 Application 11690

HARRIS, William gentleman Kapunda, died 18/9/1880. His wife, Mary Harris, died 8/9/1894. Grandparents of Emma Harris SNELLING wife of Henry Snelling tinsmith Kapunda. Henry Snelling died 27/7/1927. Emma Harris Snelling died 8/3/1928. Hedley Selwyn Snelling plasterer Richmond St, North Richmond belonged to this family Memorial 36/501

No 9

HARRIS, William farmer Macaw Creek near Riverton 1863 Memorial 112/524

HARRIS, William farmer Macaw Creek near Riverton 1866[-1915] Memorial 107/215

HARRIS, William farmer Riverton 1871 Application 11271

HARRIS, William farmer Rhynie trustee Wesleyan Methodist Chapel Rhynie 1884 Application 20619

HARRIS, William farmer Rhynie Hundred of Eurilpa land grant 1885 Grant Book 28 Page 60 County Granville

HARRIS, William farmer Rhynie 1902 Application 24441

HARRIS, William formerly farmer Macaw Creek near Riverton but now out of business Prospect 1916 Application 26545

No 10

HARRIS, William storekeeper Gawler 1859 Memorial 308/155

.No 11

HARRIS, William labourer Bertha 1865 Application 6568

No 12 - perhaps the same person

HARRIS, William labourer near Hope Valley 1861 Application 2021

HARRIS, William gardener Hope Valley and Hannah Maria Harris his wife 1863[-1864] Memorial 27/191

No 13

HARRIS, William coachman Hackney 1872 Memorial 36/263

No 14

HARRIS, William mason Kadina. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1877 Grant Book 14 Page 87 County Daly

No 15

HARRIS, William farmer Napperby. Trustee Wesleyan Methodist Church Napperby Napperby (Hundred of Napperby) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 60 Page 374 County Victoria

HARRIS, William farmer Nelshaby 1879[-1887] Memorial 160/317

HARRIS, William farmer Nelshaby. Hundred of Napperby land grant 1883 Grant Book 60 Page 391 County Victoria

No 16

HARRIS, William farmer Tothill Creek 1883 Application 19824

No 17

HARRIS, William mining manager Black Flag near Kalgoorlie WA, power of attorney to Frederick William BULLOCK and James Viner SMITH land agents Adelaide, to sell his All Nations Gold Prospecting and Mining Association shares, and manage other SA business affairs 13/4/1896 Deposit 36/1896

No 18

HARRIS, William chemist Wallaroo 1902 Application 28085

No 19

HARRIS, William miner Kooringa and Mary Ann Harris his wife 1903 Memorial 10/450

No 20

HARRIS, William farmer Orroroo. Hundred of Black Rock Plain land grant 1927 Grant Book 13 Page 117 County Dalhousie

No 1

HARRIS, William Gilbert member of the Royal Sappers and Miners Adelaide 1854 pt Section 261 'on the road leading from Brownhill Creek to Payneham' land purchase Memorial 358/61

HARRIS, William Gilbert of Adelaide Lance Corporal Corps of Sappers and Miners. Hundred of Yatala land grant 1855 Grant Book 1 Page 75 County Adelaide

HARRIS, WG of the Royal Sappers & Miners Parklands Adelaide 1855 Memorial 255/80

HARRIS, William Gilbert corporal in the Royal Sappers and Miners Corps Adelaide 1856 Memorial 79/103

HARRIS, William Gilbert of the Royal Sappers and Miners Adelaide 1858[-1860] Memorial 68/133

HARRIS, William Gilbert surveyor Adelaide 1860 Memorial 30/166

HARRIS, WG accountant Adelaide 1887 Memorial 141/388

No 1

HARRIS, William Abraham Secretary to the Loyal Flinders Lodge of Nairne 1874 Application 16885

HARRIS, William Abraham teacher Kulpara 1884 declared that the Nairne Land Building and Investment Society was wound up on 24/11/1873 Application 19617

HARRIS, William Henry auctioneer Strathalbyn father of Edith Mabel Harris spinster 1879 Memorial 12/314

No 1

HARRIS, William Nicholls gentleman Adelaide 1840. He sold his SA real estate in 1841 and returned to England. He died there c1864 Application 20084

No 2

HARRIS, William Nicholls gentleman Kooringa 1851 Memorial 248/34

No 1

HARRIS, William Orange Methodist minister Aberdeen near Kooringa 1929 Memorial 57/502

HARRIS, William Orange Methodist Minister Westbourne Park 1946 Brompton Methodist Church trustee Application 28475

HARRIS, William Orange Methodist Minister Adelaide (Epworth Building, Pirie St) 1949, declared that he was the Connexional Secretary of the SA Methodist Conference Application 29122

HARRIS, William Orange Methodist minister Norseman Ave, Westbourne Park 1953[-1954] Memorial 18/528

HARRIS, William Thomas carpenter Gunn St, Bridgwater Pt Adelaide and Mary Elizabeth Harris his wife 1903 Application 24570

No 1

HARRIS, WTS clerk Balaklava 1887[-1889] Memorial 15/388

HARRIS, WTS accountant Balaklava 1892 Memorial 94/414

HARRISON, Adam Campbell publican Ledmore Hotel, Mt Gambier 1865 Memorial 123/201

HARRISON, Amos labourer Kooringa 1850 Memorial 451/27 Labourer Redruth 1851 Memorial 245/30

No 1

HARRISON, Daniel blacksmith now of Noarlunga 1853 Memorial 33/58

HARRISON, Daniel engineer formerly of Noarlunga but now of Adelaide 1876 Memorial 63/292

HARRISON, Francis farmer Kainton. Hundred of Clinton land grant 1907 Grant Book 14 Page 141 County Daly

No 1

HARRISON, Frederick William labourer Gawler 1869 Memorial 156/240

HARRISON, Frederick William carter Gawler 1876[-1877] Memorial 38/296

HARRISON, Frederick William labourer Willaston near Gawler, became a bankrupt in 1882 Memorial 110/341

HARRISON, George John landowner Pt Elliot 1855 Memorial 242/90

No 1

HARRISON, George Taylor miller Gawler 1857[-1863] Memorial 338/120

HARRISON, George Taylor, John Cawkwell, Thomas Frederick and William Charlton millers Gawler and Rosenthal 1868 Memorial 213/234

No 1

HARRISON, Henry gentleman Section 282 near Adelaide 1849 Memorial 280/14

No 2

HARRISON, Henry and Robert cattle dealers Adelaide (West Tce) 1857 Memorial 221/117

HARRISON, Henry Birch Esquire Adelaide 1851[-1853] Memorial 73/30

HARRISON, Henry Coromandel Watsford plumber Brompton 1924 Application 27262

No 1

HARRISON, Henry John Cawkwell, George Taylor Harrison, William Charlton Harrison and Thomas Frederick Harrison millers Gawler 1857 Memorial 251/129

HARRISON, Henry John Cawkwell, George Taylor Harrison and William Charlton Harrison millers Gawler, carrying on business as Harrison Brothers, power of attorney to Thomas Graves and John KNOWLES Trustees in the bankrupt estate of the firm, to distribute the estate for the benefit of creditors 16/7/1863 Enrolment 68/39

No 1

HARRISON, Hilton shoemaker Clare 1853[-1856] Memorial 400/59

HARRISON, Hilton shoemaker formerly of Clare but now of Mt Remarkable 1856 Memorial 26/132

HARRISON, Hilton storekeeper Mt Remarkable 1857 Memorial 96/119

HARRISON, J ledger keeper Bank of Australasia Adelaide 1861 Memorial 317/178

No 1 - perhaps the same person

HARRISON, James farmer Prospect 1848[-1860] Memorial 1/14

HARRISON, James farmer Prospect Village. Hundred of Pt Adelaide land grant 1854 Grant Book 1 Page 224 County Adelaide

HARRISON, James labourer Prospect 1857 Memorial 175/129

HARRISON, James labourer Prospect 1860 Application 1521

HARRISON, James of Harrison's Farm, Harrison's Road, Hindmarsh [Peculiar; he lived in what is known as Renown Park], married again a week after his first wife died in 1876. The second wife, Catherine Harrison, died 31/5/1901. James Harrison had no family by either of his wives. He died in 1879, leaving his farm to his second wife. Ellen McQuiliam wife of Owen McQuiliam dairyman Prospect said that she had been friends with the Harrisons since 1859 Application 24312

No 2

HARRISON, James farmer Gawler Plains 1849 Memorial 409/14

No 3

HARRISON, James manufacturer Geelong Vic, inventor of a certain invention ‘for producing cold by the evaporation of volatile liquids in cauo the condensation of their vapours by pressure and the continued re-evaporation and recondensation of the same materials’ for which HM Letters Patent had been granted to him in the colonly of Victoria, power of attorney to Frederick SINNETT gentleman Adelaide, to apply for a SA patent ‘for making using exercising and vending within the said colony of SA’ 13/7/1859 Deposit 42/1863

No 1

HARRISON, James B farmer Pt Elliot 1853 Memorial 173/53

HARRISON, James Brown farmer Currency Creek 1860 Memorial 103/164

No 1

HARRISON, John wheelwright Adelaide (Brown St) 1845 Memorial 388/4

HARRISON, John wheelwright Adelaide 1849 Memorial 485/18

No 2

HARRISON, John groom Lizard Lodge O’Halloran Hill 1849[-1856] Memorial 37/14

No 3

HARRISON, John publican Clinton. Hundred of Clinton land grant 1879 Grant Book 14 Page 156 County Daly

No 4

HARRISON, John blacksmith Brompton 1891 Application 22027

No 1

HARRISON, John Burn professor of languages Adelaide 1854 Memorial 178/71

HARRISON, John Burn gentleman Adelaide (Gilbert Place) 1865 Memorial 318/202

HARRISON, John Burn merchant Adelaide and Ruth Harrison his wife 1866 Memorial 197/208

HARRISON, Ruth (daughter of Joseph Nicoll of St John Wood Section 351 Hundred of Yatala) wife of John Burn Harrison brewer formerly of Adelaide present whereabouts not stated 1880 Application 18097

No 1 - likely to be the same person

HARRISON, John farmer Tothill Creek 1865 Application 6151

HARRISON, John Coromandel farmer Hamilton on the Light 1875 Memorial 126/282

HARRISON, John C farmer Tothill Creek near Kapunda 1879 Memorial 242/318

HARRISON, John J clerk to JH RICHMAN solicitor Adelaide 1849[-1850] Memorial 59/25

No 1

HARRISON, Joseph police constable Pt Adelaide 1855 Memorial 402/90

No 2

HARRISON, Joseph carpenter Pt Adelaide 1856[-1857] Memorial 51/113

HARRISON, Leslie Henry butter factory manager Woodside 1931 Memorial 37/505

HARRISON, Peter waterman Pt Adelaide 1876 Application 15373

No 1

HARRISON, Richard stockholder Mitcham 1848[-1851] Memorial 351/10 Farmer Mitcham 1851[-1869] Memorial 50/36

HARRISON, Richard farmer Mitcham 1867 Application 8876

HARRISON, Richard gardener Mitcham, a widower, died 8/10/1870 intestate. His only son, George John Harrison gardener Mitcham, received letters of administration for the estate 1889 Application 21573

No 1 - perhaps a mixture of the Elder and Younger

HARRISON, Robert formerly of Adelaide but now of Mitcham 1850 Memorial 372/26 Carpenter Mitcham 1851[-1857] Memorial 285/28

HARRISON, Robert carpenter Adelaide 1852 Memorial 488/39

No 2

HARRISON, Robert clerk to Messrs HERFORD & BOUCAUT solicitors Adelaide 1856[-1858] Memorial 232/104

No 3

HARRISON, Robert gardener Fullarton 1863 Memorial 122/191

No 4

HARRISON, Robert farmer Kainton. Hundred of Clinton land grant 1912 Grant Book 14 Page 145 County Daly

No 1

HARRISON, Robert James farmer Harrogate 1884 Memorial 188/359

HARRISON, Robert James farmer formerly of Harrogate but now of near Woodside 1902 Memorial 86/447

No 1

HARRISON, Thomas gentleman Adelaide 1859[-1861] Memorial 102/163

HARRISON, Thomas general agent Currie St, Adelaide, power of attorney to Daniel Joseph O’BRIEN solicitor Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 1/8/1861 Deposit 23/1866

HARRISON, Thomas gentleman formerly of Adelaide 1861 but now of Brisbane Qld 1866 Application 7087

No 2

HARRISON, Thomas carrier Thebarton 1875 Application 14520

HARRISON, Thomas Henry storekeeper Pichi Richi Quorn (Hundred of Pichi Richi) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 49 Page 5 County Newcastle

HARRISON, VG registered nurse Strathalbyn 1942 Memorial 127/516

No 1 – perhaps the same person

HARRISON, William gentleman Adelaide 1855 Memorial 471/86

HARRISON, William gentleman North Adelaide 1856 Memorial 31/109

HARRISON, William wholesale draper Adelaide Co Adelaide. Wallaroo (Hundred of Wallaroo) township allotment land grant 1861 Grant Book 14 Page 19 County Daly

No 2

HARRISON, William wheelwright Adelaide 1856 Memorial 420/98

No 3

HARRISON, William gentleman Magill 1857 Memorial 71/128

HARRISON, William [formerly of Magill but now] of The Baths, Manley Beach NSW 1866 Memorial 186/212

No 4

HARRISON, William farmer Yararoo Milton. Hundred of Clinton land grant 1901 Grant Book 14 Page 138 County Daly
No 1

HARRISON, William Charlton, George Taylor and Thomas Frederick tanners Gawler 1853 Memorial 19/47

HARRISON, William Charlton, George Taylor Harrison, Henry John Cawkwell Harrison and Thomas Frederick Harrison gentlemen Gawler 1853 Memorial 92/57 Millers Gawler 1857 Enrolment 68/39

HARRISON, William Charlton, George Taylor Harrison, Henry John Cawkwell Harrison and Thomas Frederick Harrison millers Gawler, became bankrupts in 1859 Memorial 213/234

HARRISON, William Charlton died. Estate worth £16,000. Father of Maria Harrison and Selma Ann Harrison spinsters Woodville. Probably also of William Henry Craine Harrison and Arthur Thomas Harrison millers Woodville 1896 Memorial 244/428

HARRISON, William Frank company secretary Henley Beach 1929 Memorial 30/502

No 1

HARRISON, William Henry Crane miller Woodville 1890[-1902] Memorial 170/406

HARRISON, William Henry Craine and HARRISON, Arthur Thomas millers Pt Adelaide 1896 Application 23139

HARRISON, William Henry Craine miller Woodville 1898 Application 23545

HARRISON, William Henry Craine miller Woodville, died 13/9/1907 private hospital Ward St North Adelaide, of epistaxis (post operative) septic pneumonia, aged 52 Application 25698

HARRISON, William John Francis farmer formerly of Kainton but now of Kulpara. Hundred of Clinton land grant 1925 Grant Book 14 Page 147 County Daly

HARROD, Harold George driver Magill Co Adelaide. Hundred of Bews land grant 1908 Grant Book 12 Page 4 County Chandos

No 1 - widow and son of Thomas Harrod

HARROD, Sarah of Adelaide, about to leave the province and reside elsewhere, power of attorney to Thomas Hermann HARROD clerk Minlaton, to manage her SA business affairs 22/4/1886 Deposit 63/1886

HARROD, Thomas Herman clerk Minlaton linked with Sarah Harrod [nee RAY] widow Adelaide 1886 Memorial 54/376

HARROD, Thomas Herman store manager Minlaton 1888 Memorial 60/391

HARROLD, Catherine widow Thebarton, died 22/1/1882 intestate. Letters of administration to Hannah WHITTENBURY to settle her £150 estate Memorial 108/344

HARROLD, CR clerk to the SA Copper Mining Co Adelaide 1860 Memorial 33/166

No 1

HARROLD, Daniel and Joseph merchants Adelaide 1856 Memorial 99/98

HARROLD, Daniel of Adelaide and HARROLD, Joseph of London ironmongers 1861 Application 2016

HARROLD, Daniel merchant Adelaide 1862 Memorial 187/205

HARROLD, Daniel merchant Adelaide, power of attorney to William Martin LETCHFORD agent Waterhouse Buildings Adelaide, to manage his business affairs in SA or any other Australian colony 4/12/1862. 17/7/1865 Daniel and Joseph HARROLD merchants formerly of Adelaide, but now of London, England, power of attorney to William Martin LETCHFORD agent Waterhouse Buildings Adelaide, to manage their business affairs in SA 17/7/1865 Deposit 28/1863

HARROLD, Daniel and Joseph merchants formerly of Adelaide but now of London, Middlesex, England 1865 Memorial 64/206

HARROLD, Daniel merchant Lawn House, Barnet, Herts, England, died 22/8/1873, leaving a property called Rose Cottage, Fullarton, near Adelaide, to his executors Joseph Harrold merchant 32 Great St Helens, London, Richard Harrold miller Weston Favel, Northants, England, and Thomas Tandy COLES wine merchant Olney, Bucks, to sell to wind up the estate. They gave power of attorney to William Martin LETCHFORD estate agent Adelaide, to sell the property on their behalf and remit the money to them 23/2/1874 Deposit 2/1877

No 1

HARROLD, Ernest Eyston merchant Adelaide about to marry Florence Eugenie BURT spinster formerly of Birmingham, Co Warwick, England but now of Adelaide 1887 Memorial 127/458

HARROLD, Ernest Eyston agent Adelaid and Florence Eugenie Harrold his wife 1898 Memorial 176/436

HARROLD, Frank Elliott of Woodside 1974, born 29/5/1891, declared that he had lived at Woodside for 54 years Application 29990

No 1

HARROLD, Joseph storekeeper Adelaide (Hindley St) 1850 Memorial 283/24

HARROLD, Joseph corn miller Adelaide 1851 Memorial 198/29

HARROLD, Joseph miller Adelaide 1852 Memorial 41/41

HARROLD, Joseph miller Adelaide, about to leave the province for a time, power of attorney to his brother Daniel HARROLD ironmonger Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 19/2/1853 Deposit 494/1857

HARROLD, Joseph miller formerly of Adelaide but now absent therefrom 1853 Memorial 236/54

No 2 - likely to be a continuation of No 1

HARROLD, Joseph merchant formerly of Adelaide but now in parts beyond the seas 1859 linked with Daniel Harrold merchant Adelaide Memorial 346/153

HARROLD, Joseph merchant formerly of Adelaide but now of Montague House, Great Stanmore, Middlesex, England 1862 Memorial 186/205

HARROLD, Joseph merchant London, England, and Samuel CORNISH merchant Adelaide, trading in London, England under the name and style of Harrold Bros 1875 Memorial 218/280

HARROLD, Joseph merchant 32 Great St Helens, London, Middlesex, England 1873 Memorial 52/290

HARROLD, Joseph merchant Wanstead Hall, Snaresbrook, Essex, England now on a visit to SA 1876 Memorial 51/290

HARROLD, Joseph formerly merchant Adelaide 1855 but now of parts beyond the seas 1876 Application 15462

HARROLD, J Arthur Lucas formerly of 29 Great St Helen's, London, Middlesex, England but now of Adelaide linked with Joseph Harrold of 29 Great St Helens, London both members of the firm of Harrold Brothers carrying on business as merchants in Adelaide and London 1890 Memorial 51/401

HARROLD, Mary Ann widow Newport Pagnell, Bucks, England but at present residing with John CHURCH of Taroona Harrow Rd, Adelaide [St Peters/Magill?]. Norman J Church also lived at this address 1892 Memorial 34/413

No 1

HARROLD, William yeoman Adelaide 1850 Memorial 163/27

No 2

HARROLD, William watchmaker Adelaide 1852 Memorial 411/44

HARROLD, William watchmaker Thebarton, died 21/98/1868 intestate. His widow, Catherine Harrold, administered the estate, and died 22/1/1882 intestate in her turn. Her daughter, Hannah WHITTENBURY widow Thebarton, administered her estate. She could not write 1894 Application 22714

No 3

HARROLD, William butcher Adelaide 1857[-1859] Memorial 220/115

HARROLD, Willliam butcher Adelaide (Young St) 1856, who died c1865 linked with Henry Harrold ironmonger Adelaide (Hindley St) Memorial 274/204

No 4

HARROLD, William farmer Saddleworth 1880 Memorial 12/349

No 1 – perhaps the same person FIND TRACE

HARROLD, William of Arkaba. Trustee unnamed Chapel Hundred of Arkaba. Hundred of Arkaba land grant 1880 Grant Book 33 Page 3 County Hanson

HARROLD, William George farmer Hundred of Arkaba Co Hanson 1888 Memorial 67/389

No 1

HARROLD, WH clerk to Josiah PARTRIDGE solicitor Adelaide 1853 Memorial 395/59

HARROLD, WH clerk Adelaide (Rundle St) 1854 Application 19421

HARROLD, William Henry accountant Mt Gambier 1865 Memorial 151/201

HARROLD, William Henry accountant Mt Gambier official liquidator of the Mt Gambier Permanent Building and Investment Society 1898 Memorial 71/435

HARROP, Edward of Greens Plains East. Paskeville (Hundred of Kulpara) township allotment land grant 1884 Grant Book 14 Page 199 County Daly

No 1

HARROP, George farmer Gawler Plains 1854 Memorial 277/64

HARROP, George of Greens Plains East 1884 Grant Book 14 Page 199 County Daly

HARROP, George farmer Greens Plains 1893[-1904] Memorial 66/419

HARROP, George farmer Paskeville. Paskeville (Hundred of Kulpara) township allotment land grant 1904 Grant Book 14 Page 335 County Daly

HARROP, Thomas labourer Kadina. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1877 Grant Book 14 Page 231 County Daly

HARROP, William John farmer (Section 1041 Hundred of Wallaroo) Bald Hills near Moonta 1887[-1892] Memorial 67/382

HARROW, Alexander engineer Pt Adelaide 1877[-1881] Memorial 246/300, Application 18766

HARROW, Andrew solicitor Dysart, Scotland, power of attorney to David TWEEDIE land agent Adelaide, to invest his money in suitable mortgage properties in the said province and manage the same 24/9/1883 Deposit 24/1886

HARROWFIELD, James farmer O’Halloran Hill 1847[-1852] Memorial 228/9

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

HARRY, Charles labourer Hindmarsh 1855 Memorial 62/86

HARRY, Charles the Elder labourer [formerly of Hindmarsh but now of] Brompton 1868[-1872] Memorial 131/232

HARRY, Charles the Younger labourer Brompton 1878 Memorial 14/310

HARRY, Charles the Elder labourer Brompton, died 14/7/1881. He left his entire estate to his son, Charles Harry the Younger carter Brompton Memorial 12/334

HARRY, Charles carter Brompton 1883 Application 20009

No 1

HARRY, Edward Rees Harry blacksmith Kingston and Jane Harry married woman Gawler his wife 1878 Application 16880

HARRY, Jane widow of James Harry brickmaker, died 15/4/1894 Mills Tce, North Adelaide, of cardiac disease and cerebral embolism, aged 74 Application 22681

HARRY, George teamster Redruth near Kooringa. Hundred of Hallett land grant 1881 Grant Book 8 Page 96 County Burra

No 1

HARRY, Griffith farmer Redruth near Kooringa. Hundred of Kingston land grant 1881 Grant Book 8 Page 160 County Burra

HARRY, Griffith farmer Redruth Co Burra. Hundred of Terowie land grant 1883 Grant Book 40 Page 18 County Kimberley

HARRY, Griffith farmer Redruth Co Burra Hundred of Ayers land grant 1883 Grant Book 56 Page 199 County Stanley

HARRY, Griffith farmer Mt Bryan 1896[-1900] Memorial 71/429

No 1

HARRY, James brickmaker Hindmarsh 1850[-1868] Memorial 380/24, Application 542

HARRY, James brickmaker Adam St, Hindmarsh 1869 Application 10365

No 2

HARRY, James gentleman North Adelaide 1879 Application 17342

HARRY, James gentleman North Adelaide 1884 Memorial 110/361

HARRY, James gentleman Mill Tce, North Adelaide, died 27/1/1894, of stomach cancer, aged 72 Application 24652

No 3

HARRY, James goodsporter Croydon 1903 Memorial 42/450

HARRY, James goods porter Croydon 1903 Brompton Methodist Church trustee Application 28475

No 1 – the Elder

HARRY, John gentleman Middle Camp 1867 Grant Book 8 Page 170 County Burra

HARRY, John the Elder farmer Redruth 1882 Memorial 177/340

HARRY, John the Elder farmer Mt Bryan Flat, died 24/4/1882. Bequests to his widow, Ruth Harry, and sons Griffith Harry, John Harry the Younger and George Harry; also Thomas Harry son of Griffith Harry Memorial 55/408

No 2 – the Younger

HARRY, John the Younger farmer Mt Bryan Flat Hundred of Terowie land grant 1882 Grant Book 40 Page 18 County Kimberley

No 3

HARRY, John farmer Hundred of Kingston Co Burra Hundred of Ayers land grant 1876 Grant Book 56 Page 193 County Stanley

HARRY, Margaret spinster Mt Bryan Flat Co Burra Hundred of Terowie land grant 1882 Grant Book 40 Page 18 County Kimberley

HARRY, Richard of Adelaide 1850 Memorial 109/23

No 1

HARRY, Ruth of Kooringa 1854 Memorial 38/71

HARRY, Ruth widow Redruth, died 12/3/1891. Mother of Griffith Harry farmer Mt Bryan Flat, also John and George Harry not described Memorial 55/408

No 1 - perhaps the same person;

HARRY, Thomas agent Adelaide, about to leave the province for some time, power of attorney to George CHAMIER civil engineer Adelaide and Edward Pariss NESBIT solicitor Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 15/11/1881 Deposit 16/1882

HARRY, Thomas land and estate agent 25 Seventh Ave, Holmsdale, died 4/12/1929. Father as at 1951 - Charlotte Daisy OBERLANDER married woman Williams Road, Millicent; Horace Harry salesman Parade Extension, Rosslyn Park; Albert Mayberry Harry motor driver 28 Gage St, St Morris; Ada Jessamine ROBINS married woman 7 Lapthorne Lane, Exeter; George Sampson Harry labourer 203 King's Ave, Blair Athol; Joan Audrey DALY married woman 135 Parade Ave, Rosslyn Park; Barbara ENGLESON married woman 28 Gage St, St Morris; Deidre Noreen OTTA married woman Lapthorne Lane, Exeter; Adrian Bruce Harry public servant 8 Fife St, North Walkerville and George Allen Harry driver 39 Devonport Ave, Hilton Memorial 171/526

No 2

HARRY, Thomas contractor East Adelaide 1887 Memorial 34/389

No 3

HARRY, Thomas journalist Adelaide 1893 Memorial 236/416

No 1

HARRY, Thomas Rowe master mariner Adelaide 1878 Memorial 240/310

HARRY, Thomas Rowe master mariner St Ives, Cornwall, England, power of attorney to W Herbert PHILLIPS merchant Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 18/6/1880 Deposit 230/1883

HARRY, Thomas Rowe master mariner [formerly of Adelaide but now of] St Ives, Cornwall, England 1884 Memorial 74/366

HARRY, Thomas Rowe master mariner of parts beyond the sea 1906 Application 25348

No 1

HARRY, William miner Adelaide 1853[-1853] Norwood land purchase Memorial 316/48 Farmer Norwood 1853 North Para River land purchase Memorial 86/57

HARRY, William [formerly farmer Norwood but now] miner Salisbury 1854 Memorial 156/64

No 1 - perhaps the same person

HARRY, WH secretary to the National Building Society Saddleworth Branch 1872 Memorial 188/262

HARRY, William Henry ledger keeper Vernon St, Norwood. Norwood Methodist Church trustee 1912 Memorial 40/467

HARSLETT, Candahar Goss contractor Orroroo. Hundred of Mannanarie land grant 1908 Grant Book 13 Page 74 County Dalhousie

No 1

HARSLETT, Frederick Conrad farmer Hundred of Coomooroo Co Dalhousie 1885 Memorial 91/371

HARSLETT, Frederick Conrad farmer Coomooroo. Hundred of Coomooroo land grant 1924 Book 13 Page 268 County Dalhousie

HARSLETT, Henry of Orroroo 1885 Memorial 92/371

HART, Adam farmer Mallala. Hundred of Dublin land grant 1881 Grant Book 26 Page 346 County Gawler

HART, Alfred teamster Balhannah 1876 Memorial 201/348

HART, Alfred David of Melbourne Vic and Laurie Philip LAWRENCE of Adelaide merchants trading under the style or firm of JACOBS, HART & Co 1895 Memorial 62/424

HART, Arthur Philip Clarendon headmaster 20 Avenue Rd, Unley Pk 1949 Application 28658

HART, Benjamin yeoman The Tiers near Crafers 1860 Application 1435

No 1

HART, Charles Hawkes Todd merchant Adelaide, about to leave the province for a time, power of attorney to John HART merchant Pt Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 5/5/1873 Deposit 212/1873

HART, Charles Hawkes Todd merchant formerly of Pt Adelaide but now of Brisbane Qld 1873 Memorial 96/269

HART, Charles Hawkes Todd miller Pt Adelaide 1882 Application 19342

HART, Charles Hawkes Todd merchant Adelaide 1884 Memorial 109/359

HART, Charles Hawkes Todd, Henry Huth WALTERS and Charles James Henthorn Morton Todd farmers and stockholders of Cavendish Chambers, Grenfell St, Adelaide and Beefacres near Paradise (Section 2060 Survey B and pt Section 508 Survey B) trading under the style or firm of Hart Brothers of Cavendish Chambers and Beefacres. The firm borrowed money from the Mercantile, Marine and Fire Insurance Company of SA in Universal Buildings Grenfell St, Adelaide 1887 Memorial 86/387

HART, Charles Hawkes Todd gentleman formerly of Pt Adelaide but now of Adelaide 1893[-1894] Memorial 210/419

HART, Charles Hawkes Todd formerly investment broker Adelaide but now of residence and occupation unknown 1905 Memorial 235/452

HART BROS Esquires Glanville Hall, Glanville Proprietors of the New Glanville Sub-division Section 75 Hundred of Yatala 1885 Application 20582

HART Bros of Grenfell St, Adelaide 1885 Application 20487

No 1

HART, David farmer Clarendon 1852[-1854] Memorial 294/44

HART, David of Wellington, New Zealand 1859 Application 388

No 1

HART, David Patrick brewer Blinman linked with John Bernard Hart labourer Wilmington 1887 Memorial 61/384

HART, David Patrick station labourer formerly of Blinman but then of Oakbank, died 8/11/1908. Executor; Henry Maloney Hart farmer Kingsthorpe Qld Memorials 79 & 80/460

No 1 - perhaps the same person

HART, Eli farmer Aldinga 1862 Memorial 157/184

HART, Eli farmer Sellicks Hill Hundred of Barunga land grant 1878 Grant Book 14 Page 459 County Daly

HART, Eli of Orroroo 1886 Memorial 238/373

No 1

HART, Elijah barman Kapunda 1863 Memorial 91/191

HART, Elijah accountant Kapunda, about to depart the province for some time, power of attorney to John SMALL auctioneer Kapunda, to manage his SA business affairs 23/5/1866 Deposit 134/1866

HART, Elijah barman formerly of Kapunda but now in parts beyond the seas 1866 Memorial 116/215

HART, Emma widow Tea Tree Gully 1870 Memorial 87/249

HART, FL proclaimed bank manager Pt Lincoln 1945[-1949] Memorial 124/519

No 1

HART, Francis eating house keeper Aldinga and Mary Hart his wife formerly Mary BIRD 1868 Memorial 246/234

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

HART, Francis boardinghouse keeper Aldinga and Jane Hart his wife 1901 Memorial 203/443

HART, Francis gentleman Aldinga and Jane Hart his wife 1915 Memorial 70/473

HART, Jane widow formerly of Aldinga but then of 44 Carlton Parade, Torrensville, died c1921. Executor; Leonard Clifford PRIDHAM formerly of Aldinga but now of 118 North Parade, Torrensville Memorial 125/486

No 1

HART, George farmer Willaston Ardrossan township allotment land grant 1875 Grant Book 19 Page 449 County Fergusson

HART, George agent Edithburgh 1890 Memorial 69/401

No 2

HART, George farmer Hallett 1890 Memorial 26/401

No 1

HART, Goodman gentleman Adelaide (Currie St) 1855 Memorial 424/83

HART, Goodman licensed victualler Adelaide (Currie St) 1856[-1860] Memorial 65/101

HART, Goodman licensed victualler Pt Augusta, became a bankrupt in 1864 Memorial 92/193

HART, Harry gentleman Goolwa 1868[-1881] Memorial 145/235

No 1 - perhaps the same person

HART, Henry yeoman Adelaide 1853 Memorial 255/59

HART, Henry farmer The Onkaparinga 1855 Memorial 403/93

No 2

HART, Henry farmer Mt Gambier Hundred of Mayurra land grant 1879 Grant Book 31 Page 226 County Grey

HART, Henry of Millicent Hundred of Mt Muirhead land grant 1881 Grant Book 31 Page 198 County Grey

No 1

HART, Henry Benjamin bootmaker Cranbourne near Adelaide 1851 Memorial 133/38

HART, Henry Benjamin bootmaker Kensington 1855[-1856] Memorial 306/87

HART, Henry Benjamin shoemaker Kensington & Norwood 1855 Clayton Congregational Chapel trustee Memorial 206/91

No 1

HART, Jacob builder Adelaide 1858 [A builder in Adelaide by 1840 Application 19623] Memorial 85/141

HART, Jacob stockholder The Murray mid 1859 Application 780

HART, Jacob publican Sheaoak Log late 1859 Application 832

HART, Jacob licensed victualler Sheaoak Log 1859[-1865] Memorial 94/154

HART, Jacob gentleman Glen Osmond 1866 Memorial 235/213

HART, Jacob gentleman formerly of Sheaoak Log but now of Willaston near Gawler 1869 Memorial 184/237

HART, Jacob gentleman Willaston 1870 Application 10756

HART, Jacob gentleman Gawler, about to depart the province for some time, power of attorney to George HART merchant Edithburgh, to manage his SA business affairs 22/3/1880 Deposit 149/1880

HART, Jacob gentleman Stepney 1883 Memorial 106/349

HART, Jacob gentleman George St, Stepney, died 23/11/1886 Memorial 150/381

No 1

HART, James carpenter Pt Augusta 1864 Application 5696

HART, James carpenter and builder Pt Augusta and Agnes Wharton Hart his wife 1868 Memorial 210/247

HART, Agnes Wharton widow Pt Augusta, power of attorney to Hiram MILDRED gentleman Pt Augusta, to manage her SA business affairs 8/1/1871 Deposit 238/1875

No 2

HART, James farmer Mt Gambier Hundred of Mingbool land grant 1869[-1872] Grant Book 31 Page 117 County Grey

HART, James Rusher farmer Clarendon 1865 Memorial 230/202

HART, Jean Elliot private secretary Poltalloch Station via Tailem Bend 1953, declared that she had been born on 17/8/ 1901 and had lived in the district since 1905 Application 28922

No 1

HART, John pisé builder Adelaide 1840. He was still in business by 1854 Application 10249

No 2

HART, John and James SAWLE labourers Adelaide 1842 Memorial 97/52

HART, John and Thomas Rusher Hart yeomen Adelaide 1842 Memorial 346/2

No 3

HART, John wheelwright North Road 1847 Mt Barker Special Survey land purchase Memorial 311/10

HART, John wheelwright Balhannah 1855 Hundred of Tungkillo land grant Memorial 248/104

HART, John wheelwright Balhannah 1860 Application 1120

HART, John farmer Balhannah 1861 Memorial 167/176

HART, John wheelwright Balhannah, died c1861. He left his personal estate absolutely to his wife Bridget Hart, while the real estate went into trust to the trustees Thomas EDWARDS storekeeper Balhannah and George ROE farmer Balhannah Memorial 10/179

HART, Bridget Mary widow Balhannah 1870 Memorial 213/249

HART, Bridget Mary widow Balhannah, died 7/1/1875 intestate. Letters of administration to Alfred Hart teamster Balhannah to settle the estate Memorial 110/348

No 4

HART, John and Seth Mattison farmers Ensham Farm near Clarendon 1850. Linked with Thomas Rusher Hart shopkeeper Kapunda Memorial 343/21

HART, John farmer Clarendon,, died 16/12/1875, of decay of nature, aged 81 Application 20150

No 5 - the Elder

HART, John merchant Adelaide, about to leave the province for Great Britain, power of attorney to Henry Kent HUGHES merchant Adelaide, to manage business in connection with Section 2112, Survey B, which he is conducting in conjunction with JB NEALES 15/12/1852 Deposit 100/OA

HART, John MP Pt Adelaide Treasurer of SA 1871 Memorial 16/254

HART, John merchant Le Fevre Peninsula, died 28/1/1873 apoplexy, aged 63 years Application 13931

HART, Margaret Gillmore widow formerly of Glanville Hall, Le Fevre Peninsula but now of North Adelaide, relict of the late John Hart Esquire Glanville Hall, who died 28/1/1873 Memorial 124/269

HART, Margaret Gillmore widow North Adelaide, power of attorney to John HART agent Glanville Hall Le Fevre Peninsula, to manage her SA business affairs 23/6/1873 Deposit 213/1873

HART, Margaret Gillmore widow of John Hart merchant Glanville, died 15/2/1876, of a carbuncle, aged 59 Application 22412

No 6 - the Younger

HART, John the Younger gentleman formerly of Glanville Hall near Pt Adelaide but now of the colony of Qld 1871 Memorial 39/256

HART, John the Younger miller formerly of Pt Adelaide but now of Brisbane Qld 1872 Memorial 13/262

HART, John the Younger merchant Adelaide, died 15/8/1881. His widow, Emily Lavinia Hart, still lived in Adelaide in 1894 Memorials 33 & 34/422

HART, Emily Lavinia widow Glanville Hall, linked with Charles Hawkes Todd Hart Esquire Adelaide and Charles James Henthorn Morton TODD Esquire Adelaide. Land along the Torrens River to do with the Beefacre Estate 1891 Application 22152

No 7 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

HART, John Esquire Adelaide 1854 Memorial 500/67

HART, John the Elder farmer near San Francisco, Ca, USA, died c1855. He had married twice - sisters Eleanor and Elizabeth nee HILL. Sons Patrick and John Hart the Younger by the first wife; daughters Elizabeth, Isabella Hepburn and Alice Hart by his second wife. Second wife and all children to share equally in the estate. If children from the 1st marriage want to upset the will, because it was illegal to marry the sister of a deceased wife, then those children to receive nothing. 15/6/1865, Patrick Hart gentleman 1 Walter Villas, Eleanor Road, Hackney, Elizabeth Hart spinster Lowdens Edmonton, near London, Isabella Hepburn Hart spinster Gawcott, Bucks, appointed John Tuthill BAGOT barrister Clark’s Buildings, Adelaide, to sell the late John Hart the Elder’s SA real estate. In April, May, June 1865, JT Bagot had been on a visit to England and received instructions from the family to sell the property (Section 396 Survey B Hundred of Yatala). The widow and daughter Alice Hart had already died in California intestate. John Hart the Elder had already cut his son John Hart the Younger out of the will for ‘acting contrary to my wish in every way, and not aiding or assisting at all towards the general benefit of the family during my illness and troubles’. Documents missing to show where John Hart the Elder lived at the time he bought the land Application 6831

HART, John [formerly the Younger] master mariner San Francisco California 1861 Memorial 236/171

No 8

HART, John of Willunga 1859 Memorial 30/157

HART, John mail driver Willunga Co Adelaide Hundred of Blyth land grant 1865 Grant Book 56 Page 376 County Stanley

HART, John licensed victualler formerly of Willunga 1859 but now of Victor Harbor 1875 Application 14640

No 9

HART, John dairyman Unley 1877 Application 15682

No 10

HART, John gentleman Pt Elliot 1879 Memorial 41/315

HART, John gentleman Pt Victor Quorn (Hundred of Pichi Richi) township allotment land grant 1879 Grant Book 49 Page 14 County Newcastle

HART, John gentleman Victor Harbor 1895 Memorial 117/424

HART, John formerly of Pt Elliot but now of Victor Harbor, sold Lot 28 to the Little Company of Mary SA Inc of Strangways Tce, North Adelaide 1910 Memorial 189/462

No 11

HART, John insurance clerk Semaphore 1913 Application 26248

No 1

HART, John Bernard farmer Balhannah 1857 Memorial 306/118

HART, John Bernard labourer Wilmington 1887 Memorial 61/384

HART, John Henry blacksmith Campbelltown 1884 Memorial 100/360, Application 20296

HART, John William Young butcher 371 Glen Osmond Road, Glen Osmond 1945 Memorial 5/519

No 1

HART, Joseph gentleman Parkside 1887 Memorial 220/382

HART, Joseph gentleman Parkside, formerly of Sheaoak Log and Willaston 1889 Application 21641

No 1

HART, Marianne spinster of ? in the Kingdom of England 1845 Memorial 377/3

HART, Marianne spinster 3 New St, Spring Gardens, Middlesex, England, power of attorney to John Hart Esquire Adelaide, to manage her SA business interests 1846 Application 1041, Enrolment 52/4

HART, Marianne spinster formerly of 20 Old Cavendish Street, London, Middlesex, England, but now of 7 Upton Park near Slough, Bucks, England 1860 Deposit 57/1862

No 1

HART, Matthew labourer Aldinga 1859 Memorial 289/150

HART, Matthew of Little Gorge Yankalilla 1866 Memorial 94/212

HART, Matthew no description and Emla Hart his wife formerly Emla OSBORN widow 1867 Memorial 212/305

HART, Matthew Harrison farmer Government Well Hundred of Walloway land grant 1882 Grant Book 13 Page 224 County Dalhousie

HART, Maynard Harold labourer Strathalbyn and Hilda Blanche Ethel Hart his wife 1924[-1925] Memorial 183/490

HART, Morris Harold labourer Strathalbyn and Audrey Lorraine Hart his wife 1945 Memorial 177/518

No 1

HART, Philip Edmund schoolteacher Kangarilla and Elizabeth Hart his wife 1911 Memorial 181/465

HART, Elizabeth widow Kangarilla, died 26/8/1945. Mother of Arthur Philip Clarendon Hart headmaster 20 Avenue Road, Unley Park and Ethel Lucy THORPE married woman Kangarilla. Grandmother of Audrey Doreen Thorpe and Coral Stella Thorpe. Other grandchildren mentioned but not named Memorial 102/519

No 1

HART, Richard bullock driver Ludlow House, Timnath 1846[-1849] Memorial 152/59

No 2 – perhaps a continuation of No 1 FIND CHECK RUN

HART, Richard farmer Section 137 Hundred of Belvidere Co Light 1858[-1859] Memorial 247/142

HART, Richard farmer St Kitts Creek near Truro Hundred of Dutton land grant 1880 Grant Book 17 Page 88 County Eyre

No 1

HART, Richard James farmer Adelaide 1853 Memorial 175/48

HART, Richard James gentleman Gloucester St, Nailsworth, had emigrated to SA in 1844 Application 24248

HART, Richard James farmer Prospect 1862 Application 3100

HART, RB clerk to RB COLLEY no description 1864 Memorial 274/195

No 1

HART, Robert yeoman Beaumont 1851 Memorial 35/37

No 2

HART, Robert licensed victualler Tea Tree Gully and Emma Maria Hart his wife 1866 Memorial 60/315

No 3

HART, Robert woolworker Hope Valley 1935 Memorial 83/508

No 1

HART, Samuel merchant Adelaide 1852 Enrolment 26/31

HART, Samuel merchant Adelaide 1855 Memorial 206/89 Hundred of Mudla Wirra land grant 1855 Memorial 203/94

HART, Samuel merchant Adelaide and Harriet Hart his wife. Caroline Louisa Hart mentioned but not described 1867 Memorial 159/249

HART, Samuel merchant Adelaide, died 19/4/1867. His wife, Harriet Hart, died 20/8/1878. She had enjoyed an income of £500 a year from her late husband's real estate Memorial 60/341

HART, Samuel merchant Adelaide, died 19/4/1867. His widow, Harriet Hart, born London, England, daughter of Lionel BENJAMIN gentleman and Mary MOSES, died 20/8/1878 5 Guy St, Melbourne Vic, of chronic icterus and exhaustion (3 months), aged 66. She had married in London, aged 26, and spent 20 years in SA and 7 years in Victoria. Her children were Rachel Hart aged 36, Benjamin Hart aged 34, Caroline Hart aged 31, Louis Hart aged 29, and Alfred Hart aged 27. Her son, Alfred David Hart, was a merchant in Melbourne Vic. Mrs Hart was buried in the Melbourne New Cemetery in a Jewish service 1882 Application 19309

HART, Harriet, relict of the late Samuel Hart merchant Adelaide (Hindley St), died 20/8/1878. Their unnamed youngest child, turned 21 in November 1872. John Stuart SANDERS merchant Adelaide, trustee for the estate of Samuel Hart, gave the above information 1879 Deposit 167/1879

HART, Caroline Louisa spinster 4 Norfolk Tce, Bayswater, Middlesex, England, power of attorney to Frederick William BULLOCK land agent Adelaide, to represent her interests in the will of Samuel HART of Adelaide, who left her money and interest in stocks and shares, to be transmitted from time to time to Britain 22/9/1880 Deposit 63/1881

No 1

HART, Sarah spinster Adelaide 1850 Memorial 85/24 Of Willunga late 1850 Memorial 175/26

HART, Sarah spinster formerly of Adelaide [likely now to be of London, Middlesex, England] 1857 Memorial 257/113

No 1

HART, Seth Mattison farmer Section 687 Survey B 1849[-1853] Memorial 47/18

HART, Seth Mattison farmer Clarendon 1855 Memorial 239/80

HART, Seth Mattison farmer Pukuratahi near Wellington, New Zealand, formerly of Clarendon SA, power of attorney to Samuel James WAY solicitor Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 26/9/1866 Deposit 168/1877

HART, Seth Mattison farmer formerly of Clarendon but now of Pukuratahi province of Wellington, New Zealand 1867 Memorial 234/225

HART, Seth Mattison farmer Wairarapa near Wellington New Zealand 1870 Memorial 216/247

HART, Seth Mattison farmer formerly of Clarendon 1855 but now of Wairarapa near Wellington NZ 1873. He had appointed Samuel James Way as his local attorney Application 13051

HART, Seth Mattison farmer formerly of Clarendon but now of Casterton Wairarapa Wellington New Zealand 1900 Memorial 121/441

No 1

HART, Thomas butcher Mt Barker 15/7/1853 being at the date thereof unmarried Memorial 109/54

HART, Thomas yeoman Mt Barker 1853 Memorial 144/54

HART, Thomas farmer Mt Barker 1853 Memorial 352/60

HART, Thomas labourer Bugle Ranges 1861 Application 2283

No 2

HART, Thomas yeoman Houghton District of Little Para 1852[-1856] Memorials 267/39 & 319/102

HART, Thomas formerly yeoman Houghton 1852 but now mason Adelaide 1867 Application 8587

No 3

HART, Thomas farmer Mt Gambier 1855 Memorial 7/87

No 1

HART, Thomas Rusher shopman Gawler 1847 Memorial 5/10 Shopman Kapunda 1849 Memorial 464/19 Storekeeper Kapunda 1850 Memorial 343/21 Storekeeper formerly of Kapunda but now of Clarendon 1853, linked with Seth Mattison Hart of Section 187 Hundred of Noarlunga Memorial 97/53 and also David Hart farmer Clarendon 1853 Memorial 98/53 Storekeeper Clarendon 1854 Memorial 423/80

HART, Thomas R storekeeper Hamilton on the Light 1860 Memorial 64/162

HART, Thomas Rusher draper Hamilton on the Light Co Light. Kadina (Hundred of Kadina) township allotment land grant 1861 Grant Book 14 Page 32 County Daly

HART, Thomas R postmaster Hamilton on the Light 1861 Memorial 257/172

HART, Thomas Rusher draper Hamilton on the Light 1861 Memorial 98/178

HART, Thomas Rusher storekeeper formerly of Clarendon but now of Hamilton on the Light 1861 Memorial 192/179

HART, Thomas Rusher storekeeper Kadina. Moonta (Hundred of Moonta) township allotment land grant 1863 Grant Book 14 Page 103 County Daly

HART, Thomas Rusher draper formerly of Kapunda but now of Kadina 1868 Memorial 189/232

HART, Thomas R accountant Kadina. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1871 Grant Book 14 Page 77 County Daly

HART, Thomas Rusher Clerk of the Local Court Kadina, died 24/11/1874, of myelitis, aged 53. Application 20150

HART, Thomas Rusher Clarendon Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee, died 24/11/1874 Kadina Applications 13995/14016

HART, Walter Perry secretary Poltalloch Station 1924[-1929] Memorial 5/490

HART, W Henry secretary Poltallock Station 1924 Memorial 97/491

No 1 – perhaps the same person
HART, William labourer Mt Gambier 1871 Memorial 237/253

HART, William farmer Mt Gambier Tantanoola (formerly Lucieton Hundred of Hindmarsh) township allotment land grant 1879 Grant Book 31 Page 297 County Grey

HART, William out of business Mt Gambier 1896 Memorial 149/429

No 2

HART, William of Crafers. Benjamin Hart mentioned but not described 1875 Memorial 188/281

No 3
HART, William butcher Glen Osmond and Peggy Hart his wife 1911 Memorial 95/464

HART, William Henry clerk Kent Town 1893 Application 22570

HARTALL, Thomas Rushall yeoman Adelaide 1842 Memorial 346/2

No 1
HARTE, Benjamin horse dealer Adelaide and Agnes Harte his wife formerly Agnes GAVAN of Pt Lincoln 1868 Memorial 91/230

HARTE, Benjamin horse dealer Pt Lincoln and Agnes Harte his wife formerly Agnes GAVAN of Pt Lincoln 1868 Memorial 149/234

HARTE, Benjamin under age Gawler Ranges (Father: Thomas Harte) married AgnesGAVIN full age North Shields (Joseph A BLANDFORD) on 8/1/1868 St Matthew's Poonindie. Minister: Octavius HAMMOND. Witnesses: Albert Blandford farmer North Shields and Elizabeth Blandford North Shields Application 26249

No 1
HARTE, Edwin Nelson driver Pt Lincoln 1912 Memorial 109/467

HARTE, Edwin Nelson driver Pt Lincoln and Mary Elizabeth Harte his wife 1913 Memorial 150/468, Application 27206

HARTE, EN motor driver Pt Lincoln 1915[-1918] Memorial 184/472

HARTE, Edwin Nelson timber merchant's assistant Pt Lincoln linked with Henry Ramsey Harte formerly hotel assistant Pt Lincoln but now hairdresser Perth WA 1927 Memorial 139/496

HARTE, Mary Elizabeth married woman Pt Lincoln 1905 Memorial 206/453

HARTE, Edwin Nelson out of business Pt Lincoln 1942, declared that he had been born on 21/9/1869 in Pt Lincoln Application 28321

HARTE, Edwin Nelson retired Clerk of the Pt Lincoln District Council 1946, declared that he had been born on 25/9/1869 North Shields near Pt Lincoln Application 28430

HARTE, Henry Ramsey hotel assistant Pt Lincoln 1902 Memorial 113/445
No 1 – perhaps the same person

HARTE, Thomas general dealer Venus Bay. Venus Bay (formerly Parkin Hundred of Wright) township allotment land grant 1873 Grant Book 66 Page 171 County Robinson

HARTE, Thomas farmer Hundred of Colton Co Musgrave 1885[-1898] Memorial 43/370

No 1

HARTIG, Elard book binder Onkaparinga Road, near the Sturt River 1847 Memorial 217/9

HARTIG, Elard printer North Adelaide 1854. He took a 7-year lease of the Grand Junction Hotel, North Road, from 15/1/1854 at £120 a year Memorial 139/63

HARTIG, Margarethe widow Kent Town 1885 relict of the late Elard Hartig who died 14/11/1884 Memorial 101/369

HARTIG, Franz Georg farmer Gawler River District of Munno Para West eldest son and heir at law of the late Hieronymus Georg Hartig formerly farmer Gawler River but now deceased 1866 Memorial 166/210

HARTIG, Hieronymous Georg joiner North Adelaide 1850 Memorial 32/23

No 1

HARTIGAN, John labourer Adelaide 1853 Hundred of Macclesfield land grant Memorial 456/65

HARTIGAN, John farmer Macclesfield 1857[-1860] Memorial 233/124

HARTIGAN, John labourer Hectorville 1869 Application 9748

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

HARTIGAN, John farmer Yongala and Mary Ann Hartigan his wife 1884 Application 20232

HARTIGAN, John of Yongala and Mary Ann Hartigan his wife. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1884 Grant Book 13 Page 201 County Dalhousie

HARTIGAN, John of Yongala 1887 Memorial 20/384

HARTINS, Edward stonemason Pt Elliot 1877 Memorial 14/226

HARTLAND, John of Marocara 1858 Memorial 162/145

HARTLAND, William labourer Leadenhall St, Pt Adelaide 1894 Application 22725

HARTLES, William chemist Adelaide 1891 Application 22020

HARTLEY, Alfred Esquire Hartley Bank near Adelaide 1861 Memorial 178/172

HARTLEY, EK bookkeeper Melrose [probably to JACKA's Brewery] 1911 Memorial 184/465

No 1

HARTLEY, ER clerk Gawler 1882 Memorial 26/339

HARTLEY, ER bookkeeper Melrose 1911 Application 28155

HARTLEY, GR bookkeeper Melrose 1909 Memorial 157/461

HARTLEY, Henry minister of religion Morgan Co Eyre was responsible for a church and school erected Out of Hundreds in Co Young 1900 Grant Book 65 Page 289 County Young

HARTLEY, John quarryman Auburn 1868 Application 9537

HARTLEY, John Anderson Esquire Prince Alfred College Kent Town 1874 Application 1352

HARTLEY, Walter agent Pt Lincoln 1907[-1925] Memorial 12/458

HARTLEY,Wiliam chemist Adelaide 1886 Application 21118

HARTMANN, August farmer Monarto 1899 Memorial 93/437

No 1

HARTMANN, August Adolph farmer Willaston near Gawler 1930 Memorial 197/503

HARTMANN, August Adolph farmer formerly of Willaston near Gawler but now of near Strathalbyn 1936 Memorial 123/509

HARTMANN, August Adolph farmer Strathalbyn linked with Hugo Waldemar Hartmann out of business Murray Bridge 1937 Memorial 139/510

HARTMANN, August Adolph retired farmer Strathalbyn, died 6/1/1940. Husband of Pauline Emma Hartmann. Father of Bruno Wilfred Hartmann farmer Strathalbyn Memorial 197/517

HARTMANN, Bruno Wilfred farmer Strathalbyn 1942. He was a son of August Adolph Hartmann farmer formerly of Willaston then of Strathalbyn 1936, who died 6/1/1940 Application 28328

No 1

HARTMANN, Christoph farmer Norwood 1852[-1853] Memorial 72/42

HARTMANN, Christoph market gardener formerly of Norwood but now of Magill 1877 Application 16217

No 2 - possibly a continuation of No 1

HARTMANN, Christoph farmer Grünthal 1858 Memorial 268/144

HARTMANN, Christoph gardener Third Creek 1873 Memorial 102/264

HARTMANN, Christoph Peter Ernst market gardener Third Creek 1878 Memorial 99/308

HARTMANN, Friedrich stonemason near Mt Gambier 1874[-1886] Memorial 58/273

HARTMANN, Friedrich Ernst mason Adelaide about to marry Anna Meta MARTENS widow Adelaide 1883 Memorial 209/354

No 1 – Johann George Hartmann

HARTMANN, Johann George yeoman Hahndorf 1853 Memorial 196/56

HARTMANN, George yeoman Hahndorf, died 1860. His widow, Luise Hartmann, had a life interest in her husband’s estate. Mother of Gottlob Hartmann farmer Monarto

Application 21730

No 1 – Johann Gottfried Hartmann the Elder

HARTMANN, Gottfried farmer Mt Torrens 1851 Memorial 16/37

HARTMANN, Johann Gottfried farmer Mt Torrens, died c1898. Father of Johann Wilhelm Hartmann farmer Mt Torrens Memorial 123/459

HARTMANN, Johann Gottfried the Elder farmer Mt Torrens, died 14/5/1908. His estate worth £2,500. Sons -Johann Wilhelm Hartmann farmer Mt Torrens (his sons Hermann Otto Hartmann and Gottlieb Paul Hartmann farmers Mt Torrens 1920), Johann Gottfried Hartmann the Younger farmer Palmer, Johann Carl Hartmann farmer Cournamont near Mannum. Daughter, Wilhelmine KERBER wife of August Kerber farmer Mt Torrens Application 26923

No 2 – Johann Gottfried Hartmann the Younger

HARTMANN, Gottfried the Younger farmer Mt Torrens Co Adelaide. Hundred of Finniss land grant 1882 Grant Book 58 Page 39 County Sturt

HARTMANN, Johann Gottfried farmer Hundred of Finniss trustee unnanmed Lutheran Church Hundred of Finniss Hundred of Finniss land grant 1886 Grant Book 58 Page 43 County Sturt

HARTMANN, Gottlob farmer The Bremer 1860 Memorial 37/165

HARTMANN, Gottlob August farmer Mt Barker. Member St Michael Lutheran Church Ambleside (formerly Hahndorf) 1931 Application 27837

HARTMANN, Heinrich farmer near Woodside 1879[-1894] Memorial 210/315

HARTMANN, Johann Carl farmer Cournamont 1887 Memorial 232/383

HARTMANN, Johann Friedrich general storekeeper Gawler 1864 Memorial 279/198

HARTMANN, Johann Wilhelm contractor and quarryman Salisbury 1907[-1910] Memorial 169/457, Application 25816

HARTNELL, Arthur William Sherbert cabinetmaker Pt Adelaide 1925 Application 27380

No 1 - perhaps the same person

HARTNELL, William yeoman Adelaide 1841 Application 6836

HARTNELL, William storekeeper Adelaide (Hindley St) 1847[-1850] Memorials 71/9, 477/20

No 1

HARTNETT, Denis labourer Stockport on the Gilbert Hundred of Redhill land grant 1880 Grant Book 14 Page 375 County Daly

HARTNETT, Denis farmer Hundred of Coonatto 1889 Memorial 177/397

HARTNETT, Jeremiah tailor Kooringa and Catherine Hartnett his wife 1901[-1915] Memorial 166/442

HARTNETT, Samuel gentleman Pt Adelaide 1854 Memorial 348/78

HARTNETT, Thomas of Kadina 1891 Memorial 170/407

HARTNEY, Mary spinster Walkerville 1863 Application 10159

HARTSHORNE, James clerk to Henry GILBERT solicitor Adelaide 1851 Memorial 225/34

HARTUNG, August farmer Mt Charles 1859 Memorial 65/150

HARTUNG, Johann Gottfried mason Krondorf 1859 Memorial 233/159

HARTUNG, Wilhelm blacksmith Adelaide 1852 Memorial 28/46

HARTWIG, ACT storeman Blyth 1892 Memorial 155/414

HARTWIG, August farmer Krondorf near the Kaiserstuhl 1856 Memorial 267/104

No 1 - likely to be the same person

HARTWIG, Carl Wilhelm farmer Tanunda 1856 Memorial 274/111

HARTWIG, Carl Wilhelm farmer Steinau 1861 Memorial 158/335

HARTWIG, Carl Wilhelm farmer Truro Co Eyre. Hundred of Caltowie land grant 1877, 1879 Grant Book 60 Page 185 County Victoria

HARTWIG, Carl Wilhelm farmer Caltowie. Hundred of Caltowie land grant 1878 Grant Book 60 Page 187 County Victoria

HARTWIG, Christoph farmer Krondorf near the Kaiserstuhl 1856 Memorial 267/104

No 1

HARTWIG, Friedrich Reinhold farmer Caltowie. Hundred of Caltowie land grant 1879 Grant Book 60 Page 188 County Victoria

HARTWIG, Friedrich Reinhold farmer Quorn. Hundred of Pichi Richi land grant 1885 Grant Book 49 Page 30 County Newcastle

HARTWIG, Heinrich August Ludwig farmer Light Pass 1854 Memorial 121/73

HARTWIG, Johann farmer Devon Downs. Hundred of Nildottie land grant 1896 Grant Book 3 Page 4 County Albert

HARTWIG, Johann August farmer Krondorf near the Kaiserstuhl 1856 Memorial 267/104

HARTWIG, Johann Reinhold farmer Nildottie. Hundred of Nildottie land grant 1896 Grant Book 3 Page 4 County Albert

No 1

HARTY, John labourer Adelaide 1849[-1853] Memorial 119/19

HARTY, John labourer Brompton 1875 Memorial 212/280

HARVAL, Adolph Emile professor of the French language Adelaide 1876 Memorial 238/292

No 1

HARVERSON, William builder formerly of Adelaide but now residing in the colony of Victoria 1853 Memorial 447/52

HARVERSON, William formerly of Adelaide but now storekeeper in the colony of Victoria 1856 Memorial 150/102

HARVEY, Albert farmer Prospect Hill, died 30/11/1930 Adelaide. Husband of Margaret Harvey Memorial 14/512

No 1

HARVEY, Alfred James farmer Coombe 1923 Memorial 75/488

HARVEY, Alfred James farmer Coombe 1927 Application 27616

No 1 - perhaps the same person

HARVEY, Allan Herbert farmer Salisbury linked with Grace Harvey widow Fremantle WA 1912 Memorial 169/481

HARVEY, Allen Herbert farmer Salisbury 1924 Application 27295

HARVEY, Alan farmer and fruitgrower Salisbury 1930 Application 27791

No 1

HARVEY, Arthur mine secretary Adelaide 1868 Memorial 182/229

HARVEY, Arthur agent Adelaide 1869[-1872] Memorial 205/241

HARVEY, Arthur Esquire usually of London, Middlesex, England, but presently of Adelaide 1870 Memorial 115/274 Gentleman formerly of Winchester Buildings, London, Middlesex, England but now of Adelaide 1871 Memorial 117/274

HARVEY, Arthur gentleman late of Winchester Buildings, London, but now of Adelaide, power of attorney to F DARTON and Edwin FOX merchants 5 Newman’s Court, Cornhill, Middlesex, trading as F Darton & Co, to take over his attorneyship in London on behalf of WS Whitington and sale of his mineral section Section 2928, 74 acres, near Moonta 31/1/1871 Deposit 117/1874

HARVEY, Arthur agent Adelaide 1878 Application 16857

No 1

HARVEY, Arthur Young land agent Adelaide 1873[-1892] Memorial 1/265

HARVEY, Arthur Young and James (King William St) gentlemem both of Adelaide 1879 Memorial 48/313

HARVEY, Arthur Young gentleman Adelaide, about to depart the province for New Zealand, power of attorney to James HARVEY gentleman King William St, Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 17/1/1879 Deposit 10/1879

HARVEY, Arthur Young accountant Adelaide (Central Chambers) 1888 Memorial 250/391

HARVEY, Arthur Young agent Adelaide (Waymouth St) 1889 Application 21646

HARVEY, Arthur Young agent Adelaide (Austral Chambers, Currie St) 1892 Memorial 249/414

HARVEY, Arthur Young licensed land broker Adelaide (Austral Chambers, 18 Currie St) 1894 Application 22716

HARVEY, Arthur Young licensed land broker Adelaide 1897 Memorial 183/432

HARVEY, Arthur Young agent and accoutant Currie St, Adelaide 1908 Application 25492

HARVEY, Arthur Young accountant Adelaide, linked with James Harvey agent Adelaide and Thomas Harvey agent Adelaide 1914 Memorial 199/470

HARVEY, Benjamin Edward labourer Pt Lincoln 1913 Memorial 74/469

HARVEY, Caleb Playford gardener Kersbrook 1926 Memorial 32/495

No 1

HARVEY, Charles farmer Sources of the Torrens sold land in Norwood 1849[-1854] Memorial 77/18

HARVEY, Charles farmer Wedmore Farm near Mt Torrens 1856 Memorial 146/100

HARVEY, Charles dairyman Tungkillo 1856 Memorial 160/104

HARVEY, Charles gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now of Tungkillo 1861 Memorial 72/177

No 2
HARVEY, Charles farmer The Bremer linked with George Harvey farmer Koolunga 1884 Memorial 1/361

HARVEY, Charles farmer Hartley 1899 Memoriael 120/438

HARVEY, Charles farmer Woodchester, died 13/11/1916. Father of Alfred Charles Harvey and George Stanley Harvey farmers Woodchester Memorial 162/475

HARVEY, Charles farmer Woodchester, died 13/11/1916. Father of Alfred Charles Harvey farmer Woodchester, George Stanley Harvey farmer Woodchester, Herbert John Harvey, Albert Lloyd Harvey, William Lindsay Harvey farmer Langhorne Creek and Henry Harvey farmer Langhorne Creek1921 Application 26976

HARVEY, CA bacon curer Arthurton linked with George Harvey farmer Dowlingville 1890 Memorial 206/405

HARVEY, Charles George machinist Strathalbyn 1900 Memorial 142/441

No 1

HARVEY, Charles Hinchley carrier Adelaide Memorial 37/129

HARVEY, Charles Hinchley railway clerk formerly of Russell St, Adelaide but then of Owen St, Adelaide, died c1891. Husband of Sophia Harvey Memorial 178/408

HARVEY, Sophia widow Owen St, Adelaide, mother of Adelaide Matilda BONE wife of Alfred Bone miner Kalgoorlie WA 1897 Application 23339

HARVEY, Charles John licensed victualler Adelaide (Flinders St) 1850 Memorial 449/23

HARVEY, Clyde George labourer Prospect Hill 1938 Application 28135

No 1

HARVEY, David farmer Strathalbyn 1853 Memorial 29/54

HARVEY, David farmer The Bremer 1857[-1877] Memorial 119/116

HARVEY, David farmer Rose Hill Farm near Callington 1859 Memorial 249/364

HARVEY, David farmer Woodchester Co Hindmarsh. Hundred of Freeling land grant 1871 Grant Book 58 Page 2 County Sturt

HARVEY, David farmer Woodchester 1873 Application 13210

HARVEY, David farmer Bremer River near Woodchester, died 6/10/1889. His wife, Mary Harvey, to receive his personal estate absolutely, and have a life interest in trust in his real estate. After her death, the real estate to be sold and the proceeds to be distributed equally absolutely in remainder expectant amongst the children - George Harvey, Charles Harvey, Henry Harvey, Martha HANCOCK wife of William Hancock farmer Yacka and Harriet CROSS wife of William Edward Cross blacksmith Wellington. George Harvey to have £270 less than the other children. Trustees - Edward Jones TUCKER solcitor Strathalbyn, Samuel STANTON farmer Bletchley. Mary Harvey died 10/3/1895 Ampton near Woodchester, of intestinal obstruction, aged 76 Application 26976

HARVEY, David farmer Bremer River near Woodchester, died 6/10/ 1889. Husband of Mary Harvey, who died 10/3/1895. Probably Charles Harvey farmer The Bremer belonged to this family. Louisa Alberta SAMUEL widow Hartley purchased some of the Harvey farm land at public auction early 1896 Memorials 39 & 74 & 76 & 78/427

HARVEY, Mary widow of the late David Harvey farmer no address but perhaps Woodchester, died 10/3/1895 of intestinal obstructions, aged 76 1904 Application 24741

HARVEY, David Charles Drew farmer Hartley, aged 47 in 1954 Application 29032

No 1

HARVEY, Edmund farmer Tumby Bay linked with John Sladden Harvey farmer One Tree Hill 1873 Memorial 195/268

HARVEY, Edmund farmer [formerly of Tumby Bay but now of] Crystal Brook 1883[-1885] Memorial 175/348

No 1

HARVEY, Edmund James farmer One Tree Hill in the Sources of the Little Para 1919 Memorial 22/478

HARVEY, Edmund James farmer One Tree Hill in the Sources of the Little Para, died 8/8/1942. Husband of Edith Harvey, who died 13/8/1846. Parents of Cordelia Dorothy Harvey spinster One Tree Hill 1946 Memorial 33/521

No 1

HARVEY, Edward yeoman Encounter Bay 1842. He died 16/5/1867 Application 14445

HARVEY, Edward yeoman Encounter Bay 1845 Memorial 63/366

HARVEY, Edward farmer Encounter Bay 1851[-1855] Memorial 367/36

HARVEY, Edward yeoman Encounter Bay and Susan Harvey his wife 1866 Memorial 8/211

HARVEY, Edward farmer Inman Valley 1854 Memorial 286/73

HARVEY, Edward yeoman Encounter Bay 1842. Died 16/5/1867, from natural causes, aged 52. Coroner's inquest into the death. All his estate to his wife, Susan/Susannah Harvey nee WAYCOTT. Estate worth £90. Susan Harvey 55 widow Inman Valley (Father: William WAYCOTT) married Samuel Cornelius HEARL 49 widower gardener Inman Valley (Father: Samuel Hearl) on 30/5/1868 Susan Harvey's home Inman Valley, Rev'd Charles HODGE. Witnesses: Reuben C Hearl and George WAYE labourers Inman Valley. Perhaps Mrs Harvey's father was the William Waycott mercer 9 Princess St, Devonport, England, mentioned in the Application? Apparently, he had lent Edward Harvey money to purchase land (pt Section 213 Hundred of Encounter Bay) on the Inman River at Encounter Bay, during 1842, in partnership with James NURTON yeoman Encounter Bay, who had become a bankrupt farmer by 1875 Application 14445

HARVEY, Edward m 5/4/1833 St Andrew Plymouth, Devon, England, Susan WAYCOTT, daughter of William Waycott and Mary JESSOP, of Bere Ferrers, Devon. The young couple left for SA in May 1840. Mrs Harvey was born c1809. The Harveys had no family. Edward Harvey died c1853/1854, leaving land to his wife. Susan Harvey m (2) Samuel Cornelius HEARL. Susan Hearl died intestate at Encounter Bay 25/9/1868. Her eldest brother, William Waycott 9 Princess St, Devonport, Devon, England, claimed her estate as heir at law. He appointed Frederick ROBINSON solicitor Adelaide, to claim the estate, sell it and send the money back to Britain 26/9/1870. William Waycott's father, William Waycott the Elder, had died in March 1849, Beer Ferris, Devon, aged 75 Deposit 187/1875

WAYCOTT, William labourer Bere Ferrers, Devon, England m 3/2/1805, Mary JESSOP. 8 children of the marriage - 7 girls and 1 boy. Daughter Susan Waycott born c1809. She married 5/4/1833 St Andrew’s parish church Plymouth, Edward HARVEY. The Harveys emigrated to SA in May 1840. Edward Harvey died 16/5/1867 Encounter Bay, leaving all his estate to his wife, Susan Harvey. Susan Harvey then married Samuel Cornelius HEARL. She died 25/9/1868 Encounter Bay intestate. Her parents had died 1849 and 1872 respectively. Her brother, William Waycott formerly the Younger mercer and tailor Devonport, Devon, claimed her SA estate as heir at law 16/11/1872. He gave power of attorney to Frederick ROBINSON solicitor Adelaide, to manage the legal matters in connection with the estate. Her name Waycott often spelt WICKET in British records Deposits 185-187/1875

No 2

HARVEY, Edward labourer Pt Lincoln 1913 Memorial 74/469

HARVEY, Ernest Charles farmer Bute. Percyton (later Barunga Gap Hundred of Barunga) township allotment land grant 1925 Grant Book 14 Page 187 County Daly

No 1

HARVEY, Ernest Voules and James Harvey both fruitgrowers Salisbury 1923 Memorial 74/488

HARVEY, Ernest Voules fruitgrower Salisbury 1929, declared he was a son of James Harvey orchardist Salisbury who inherited his own father John Harvey's homestead, erected on pt Section 2191 Hundred of Yatala. John Harvey the Elder farmer Salisbury died 22/6/1899. His residual estate was divided equally amongst three sons - James Harvey, John Harvey the Younger and William Salisbury Harvey. Elizabeth Maud Harvey spinster Salisbury apparently belonged to this family Application 27618

HARVEY, Ernest Voules orchardist Salisbury, aged 64 in 1942, declared that he had lived in Salisbury for 56 years Application 28306

HARVEY, Frederick Wellington coach and motor painter 16 Seventh Ave, Cheltenham 1949, declared that he had been born on 29/10/1881 in Cornwall, England, and arrived in SA in August 1908. He had lived in Kent Town for a year, then Divett St, Alberton and at Glebe St, Alberton, before leaving in May 1926 for his present address. He had opened his business on 14/1924 in the Diamond Jubilee Hall at 59 King St, Alberton. Just before World War I, the building had been used for political meetings, then as Miss MANUEL's day school. Next, the building housed public meetings, bazaars, concerts and cinematograph shows from time to time. Between 1916-1923, the Alberton Public School used the premises. Francis John BROWN newsagent Port Rd, Alberton, used to own the building. He erected a two-roomed wood and iron building, formerly behind his shop, behind the Diamond Jubilee Hall for peope to live in; between 1935-1937, Mrs BERGIEN used to live there, followed by MrArthur HANNAFORD, who was still there in 1949. FW Harvey continued to lease the main building for his business. A map of the Diamond Jubilee Hall in this Application Application 28644

No 1

HARVEY, George farmer Angaston 1854[-1863] Memorial 37/75

HARVEY, George farmer Hamley Bridge Hundred of Alma land grant 1874 Grant Book 26 Page 99 County Gawler

HARVEY, George farmer Hundred of Alma trustee land for school purposes Hundred of Alma land grant 1873 Grant Book 26 Page 100 County Gawler

No 2

HARVEY, George farmer near Hartley Co Hindmarsh Hundred of Koolunga land grant 1881 Grant Book 55 Page 191 County Stanley

HARVEY, George farmer Koolunga Koolunga (Hundred of Koolunga) township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 56 Page 322 County Stanley

No 3

HARVEY, George farmer Downingville 1888 Memorial 186/394

HARVEY, George Morgan of Tiparra. Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1881 Grant Book 14 Page 418 County Daly

No 1

HARVEY, George Venning linen draper & storekeeper Adelaide (Rundle St) 1840 Application 21494

HARVEY, George Venning farmer Little Para 1848 Memorial 321/12

HARVEY, George Venning farmer Treegoodwill Farm Little Para 1851 Application 16063

HARVEY, George Venning farmer One Tree Hill Sources of the Little Para 1855[-1864] Memorial 248/84

HARVEY, George Venning farmer Treegoodwill Hundred of Para Wirra, died 4/2/1872. His sons were Edmund Harvey farmer Crystal Brook and John Sladden Harvey farmer One Tree Hill. GV Harvey's daughter was Margaret Venning BOWES wife of John Bowes farmer Adelaide 1885 Memorial 14/364

HARVEY, George Venning died c1877. £25 a year for life to Margaret Venning BOWLES wife of John Bowes of Freeling, youngest daughter of GV Harvey. Other legacies to his daughters Caroline Harvey and Mary Ann Sladden Harvey. Executors: Edmund Harvey farmer Crystal Brook and John Sladden Harvey farmer One Tree Hill Application 16063

HARVEY, George Venning farmer Treegoodwell Para Wirra District, died 4/2/1872. Estate worth £100. Real estate to be divided between the two sons, Edmund (the eldest) and John (the youngest) Harvey, Edmund having the first choice. The three daughters, Caroline, Mary and Margaret Harvey, to get £250 each four years after their father died. The widow to get £25 a year as a annuity until her death or remarriage. She also had the right to the house, the furniture and the old fruit garden, 'except the wine cellar … and no part of the vine yard is to be included and neither shall vines be planted in the garden', under the same conditions. The widow, Mary Ann Sladden Harvey of One Tree Hill, died 5/5/1871, of valvular heart diseae, aged 58 Application 23224

HARVEY, Edmund farmer Crystal Brook, HARVEY, John Sladden farmer One Tree Hill and Margaret Venning BOWES wife of John Bowes farmer Freeling the youngest daughter 1877, all children of the late George Venning Harvey formerly farmer Treegoodwell, Little Para 1851 Application 16063

No 1

HARVEY, Henry labourer Meadows 1883 Application 19990

No 2

HARVEY, Henry farmer Woodchester and Sarah Harvey his wife formerly Sarah WATSON spinster Middleton 1896 Memorial 58/429

HARVEY, Henry farmer The Bremer near Woodchester 1899 Memorial 102/437

HARVEY, HB bank clerk Pt Pirie 1896 Memorial 249/426

No 1

HARVEY, Henry F surgeon Norwood 1879 Memorial 154/335

HARVEY, Henry Frederick surgeon Auburn 1887 Memorial 150/381

HARVEY, Isaac yeoman Adelaide 1853 Memorial 450/48

No 1

HARVEY, James labourer Adelaide 1842[-1849] Memorial 84/272

No 2

HARVEY, James wheelwright Adelaide 1846 Memorial 29/6

No 3

HARVEY, James farmer Glenelg 1851[-1859] Memorial 197/38

HARVEY, James [formerly farmer Glenelg but now] clerk Wallaroo 1864 Memorial 172/199

No 4

HARVEY, James farmer Walkerville 1853 Memorial 351/57

HARVEY, James farmer [formerly of Walkerville but now of] Nailsworth 1869[-1876] Memorial 210/238

HARVEY, James [formerly farmer but now] limeburner Nailsworth and Margaret Harvey his wife 1877[-1887] Memorial 190/296

HARVEY, James limeburner Nailsworth and Margaret Harvey his wife 1880 Application 18241

HARVEY, James lime burner East Adelaide 1882 Application 19244

HARVEY, James formerly lime merchant but now out of business Nailsworth 1886 Memorial 86/375

No 5

HARVEY, James miner Norwood 1854[-1855] Hundred of Nuriootpa land grant Memorial 332/78 Linked with John Harvey farmer Section 249 Hundred of Nuriootpa 1855 Memorial 89/85

HARVEY, James farmer Nain Farm Nain 1864 Application 5618

HARVEY, James farmer Nain Farm Nain 1864[-1866] Memorial 321/194

HARVEY, James formerly farmer and miner Nain Farm near Greenock Creek but now miner Moonta Mines, because he now lived more than 20 miles from Helston, relinquished in 1878 his role as executor for the will of the late Paul Martin Harvey farmer Helston on the Light near Kapunda (who died 21/10/1867). Emma Harvey widow Helston 1878 was the relict of the late PM Harvey. In 1925, Rees REES engineer Kapunda, delared that he had married a daughter of the late Paul Martin Harvey miner Helston Memorial 242/309 & Application 27181

HARVEY, James formerly miner Moonta but now wheat buyer Thomas St, Unley. His wife, Ann Eliza Harvey, died 28/8/1904, of senile decay and apoplexy, aged 69. She was a daughter of Ann Gunniman BATTEN. Clara Ann NORTHEY nee Harvey wife of Henry Northey prospector Queen St, Norwood and Annie Eliza Jane MORGAN nee Harvey wife of Godfrey David Morgan of Rose Tce, Wayville, were daughters of AE Harvey and granddaughters of AG Batten Application 24864

No 6

HARVEY, James carrier Bowden 1855 Memorial 211/80

No 7 - perhaps the same person

HARVEY, James brickmaker Hindmarsh 1864 Application 5851

HARVEY, James Trustee Permanent Economic Loan Land Building & Investment Society Hindmarsh 1885 Application 20725

No 8

HARVEY, James farmer Salisbury 1879[-1890] Memorial 134/318

HARVEY, James farmer Salisbury 1899 Application 23821

HARVEY, James Clerk of the District Council of Yatala North Salisbury 1906, declared that he was 62 years old and had lived in Salisbury all his life Application 25237

HARVEY, James farmer Salisbury, also Clerk of the District Council of Yatala North 1910 Application 25738

HARVEY, James of Salisbury formerly Clerk of the District Council of Yatala North 1911, declared that he had turned 67 in December 1910. He was Clerk of the Council and Assessor from 1868 to 1910 Application 26015

HARVEY, James farmer Salisbury and Elizabeth Susannah Harvey his wife 1916[-1918] Application 26489

HARVEY, James and Percival Wilfred Harvey both farmers Salisbury 1918 Memorial 148/476

HARVEY, James fruitgrower Salisbury, died 30/12/1926. Father of Elizabeth Maud Harvey, Ada May JENKINS, Florence Ida BUSSENSCHUTT, Alfred James Harvey fruitgrower Salisbury and Ernest Voules Harvey fruitgrower Salisbury Memorial 151/497

No 9 - perhaps the same person

HARVEY, James Esquire Grenfell St, Adelaide 1886 went to live with George YOUNG at Torrens Park 1866. Local attorney for Sir Walter Watson HUGHES Esquire of parts beyond the sea from 1873 Application 21114

HARVEY, James gentleman Adelaide 1889 Application 21692

HARVEY, James gentleman Adelaide linked with Thomas Harvey agent Adelaide 1889 Memorial 113/399

HARVEY, James, CAVE, William Rendall and HAMILTON, William gentlemen Adelaide, three directors of the Adelaide Steam Tug Company Ltd, of the Mail Station, Semaphore, owners of pt Section 2012 Hundred of Pt Adelaide, Le Fevre Peninsula, known as Cruickshanks Slip, Pt Adelaide 1896 Application 23182

HARVEY, James Esquire Adelaide 1902 Memorial 14/445

HARVEY, James agent Adelaide 1911 Memorial 48/464

HARVEY, James and HARVEY, Thomas agents and HARVEY, Arthur Young accountant all of Adelaide 1914 Application 26358

No 10

HARVEY, James the Elder farmer Meadows, died 17/4/1895. Husband of Elizabeth Harvey. Father of Albert Harvey labourer Meadows, James Harvey the Younger, Henry Harvey and Thomas Harvey Memorial 163/475

No 1

HARVEY, James Albert hotelkeeper Bowden 1914 Memorial 89/470

HARVEY, James Albert hotelkeeper Governor Hindmarsh Hotel Bowden 1918 Memorial 123/476

No 1

HARVEY, James Francis agent Muloowurtie township Muloowurtie (later Pine Point) township allotment land grant 1910 Grant Book 20 Page 33 County Fergusson

HARVEY, James Francis storekeeper and shipping agent Muloowurtie township Muloowurtie (later Pine Point) township allotment land grant 1912 Grant Book 20 Page 34 County Fergusson

No 1

HARVEY, Jesse farmer Nailsworth 1855 Memorial 337/94

HARVEY, Jesse farmer Mt Pleasant 1858 Memorial 256/138

HARVEY, Jesse farmer formerly of Nailsworth 1855 Mt Pleasant 1858 near Adelaide, but now of Lachlan NSW 1863. He owned land at Pt Gawler, and wanted to sell it. Application 4232

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

HARVEY, John yeoman Gawler 1843 Memorial 296/5

HARVEY, John licensed victualler Little Para, land grant of Sections 2191, 2330 on the North Para River 172 acres £227 11/8/1847 Enrolment 39/4

HARVEY, John farmer Little Para 1849 Memorial 364/18

HARVEY, John licensed victualler Para Plains. Hundred of Yatala land grant 1849 Grant Book 1 Page 61 County Adelaide

HARVEY, John farmer North Para 1853 Memorial 68/50

HARVEY, John farmer Gawler 1853 Memorial 111/52

HARVEY, John licensed victualler Salisbury 1854 Enrolment 34/17

HARVEY, John the Elder farmer Salisbury, died 22/6/1899. Estate worth £2,500. Husband of Anne Harvey. Father of James, John and William Salisbury Harvey Memorial 214/438

HARVEY, John the Elder of Salisbury estate. Father of James and John Harvey the Younger farmers Salisbury and William Salisbury Harvey farmer formerly of Salisbury but now of Fremantle WA 1919 Memorial 189/478

HARVEY, John the Younger farmer near Salisbury 1894 Memorial 53/420

HARVEY, John gentleman Salisbury, 82 years old in 1927, declared that he had lived in the town all his life Application 27514

HARVEY, John [probably formerly the Younger] out of business Salisbury, died 29/11/1927. Husband of Ada Sarah Harvey. Father of Allan Herbert Harvey farmer Sans Souci (Sections 2153 and pt 3182 Hundred of Yatala) (his descendants to inherit this property in male entail for ever); Edgar Winzor Bruce Harvey, Ethel May MILNE, Percival Wilfred Harvey , Elenor Isabel BAMMANN Memorial 90/503

HARVEY, John farmer Salisbury, died 29/11/1927. Grandfather of Gertrude Wilhelmina LONGMIRE married woman Koolunga, Minetta Isabel BAMMANN and Freda Rosabel Bamman spinsters Fullarton, and Cuthbert Harvey accountant St Georges, the children of John Harvey's deceased daughter, Elenor Isabel Bammann, as at 1941 Memorial 6/516

HARVEY, John the Younger farmer Salisbury. His widow, Ada Sarah Harvey of Salisbury, died 6/2/1930. Their daughter, Elenor Isabel BAMMANN wife of Henry Frederick Bammann farmer Roseworthy, died 15/3/1918 Medindie. HF Bammann was out of business Fullarton Estate by 1930. His children included Ethel May MILNE wife of William Milne telegraphist Medindie, Gertrude Wilhelmina LONGMIRE married woman Koolunga, Minetta Isabel Bammann spinster Fullarton, Freda Rosabel Bammann spinster Fullarton, and Cuthbert Harvey Bammann clerk Fullarton Memorials 163 & 185/504

No 2

HARVEY, John miner Penfield 1845 Application 3365

HARVEY, John miner Enfield 1855 Memorial 199/92

HARVEY, John farmer formerly of Enfield but now of the Hundred of Mudla Wirra 1861 Memorial 205/173

HARVEY, John farmer Bertha near Gawler 1856 Memorial 234/101

HARVEY, John formerly miner Penfield 1845 then farmer late Enfield but now of Mudla Wirra 1860 Application 3365

HARVEY, John farmer Hundred of Mudla Wirra near Willaston 1889 Application 21688

No 3

HARVEY, John mason North Adelaide 1854 Memorial 264/65

No 4

HARVEY, John farmer Pt Lincoln 1854 Memorial 137/80

HARVEY, John farmer Tumby Bay 1862 Memorial 8/255

HARVEY, John farmer Tumby Bay Hundred of Hutchison land grant 1862 Grant Book 21 Page 23 County Flinders

HARVEY, John farmer Tumby Bay, died 1865. He left his entire estate to his brother, George Venning Harvey farmer Trugoodwill Farm District of Para Wirra Memorial 346/201

HARVEY, John of Tumby Bay, died 5/3/1865 Pt Lincoln. His brother George Venning Harvey Treegoodwill Farm Para Wirra to be the executor. Estate worth £1,000. £100 to his mother, Mrs Thomasin DINHAM of Yankalilla. £100 to each of his nieces, the children of his sister Mary Venning D’ARCY formerly of Concord, near Sydney NSW. £50 to his niece Mary BENNETT daughter of his sister, Margaret BENNETT of South Rhine, £50 to Emilie Anna BULLFIELD daughter of John Parker Bullfield Minister of the Gospel Pt Lincoln. His interest in a pastoral property held in joint partnership with Dr MCKECKNIE of Coonta Creek to be transferred to Mr MATLOCK sheep farmer Gallana. The rest of his estate to his brother George Venning Harvey. John Harvey could not write Application 16063

No 5 - perhaps the same person

HARVEY, John grocer Adelaide (Waymouth St) 1862 Application 3744

HARVEY, John grocer Adelaide 1873 Memorial 32/268

No 6 - perhaps the same person

HARVEY, John fireman Portland Estate 1874 Memorial 79/272

HARVEY, John fireman Pt Adelaide 1875 Application 14663

HARVEY, John engine driver Portland Ward and Margaret Harvey his wife 1898 Memorial 90/434

HARVEY, Margaret widow Pt Adelaide relict of the late John Harvey engine driver Liddon Place, Pt Adelaide, died c1916. Mother of William Henry Harvey licensed victualler Pt Adelaide, James Thomas Harvey, Arthur Herbert Harvey, Emily Harvey, Susannah Harvey, Elizabeth Emma Harvey and Mary Ann HEATH wife of Robert Frederick Heath stevedore Pt Adelaide Memorial 180/474

HARVEY, Emily dressmaker spinster Liddon Place, Portland Estate Pt Adelaide 1916. Sister to Susannah Harvey spinster, Mary Ann HEATH wife of Frederick Robert Heath draper, Elizabeth Emma COADY, William Henry Harvey (licensed victualler), James Thomas Harvey (civil servant) and Arthur Herbert Harvey (civil servant), all of Pt Adelaide, children of John Harvey (died 10/1/1897) and Margaret Harvey (died 14/1/1916) Application 26553

No 7

HARVEY, John of Georgetown 1881 Memorial 189/334

HARVEY, John of Georgetown Co Victoria. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1884 Grant Book 13 Page 201 County Dalhousie

No 8

HARVEY, John plasterer Kooringa 1901[-1918] Memorial 72/443

No 1

HARVEY, John Sladden farmer One Tree Hill in the Sources of the Little Para 1879[-1913] Memorial 104/315

HARVEY, John Sladden farmer One Tree Hill in the Sources of the Little Para Co Adelaide. Hundred of Crystal Brook land grant 1880 Grant Book 60 Page 231 County Victoria

HARVEY, John Sladden stockholder One Tree Hill in the Sources of the Little Para 1884 Memorial 184/362

HARVEY, John Sladden farmer One Tree Hill in the Sources of the Little Para 1896 Application 23224

HARVEY, John Stanley labourer formerly of Hartley but now of Milang 1953 Application 29019

No 1

HARVEY, John Strathern grazier One Tree Hill in the Sources of the Little Para 1931 Memorial 178/504

HARVEY, John Strathern grazier Gould Creek Smithfield and Mary Stuart Harvey his wife 1962 Application 29158.

HARVEY, John Strathern grazier One Tree Hill and Mary Stewart Harvey his wife 1962, born 18/1/1883 and 29/9/1886 respectively Application 29514

HARVEY, Kenneth James gardener Salisbury, aged 40 in 1949, a son of Ernest Voules Harvey out of business Commercial Rd, Salisbury, aged 72 in 1949. EV Harvey said that he had lived at Commercial Rd, Salisbury since 1900 Application 28680

HARVEY, Malcolm Ronald driver Pt Lincoln and Shirley Faith Harvey his wife 1956 Application 29216

HARVEY, Mary Kate spinster Strathalbyn 1897[-1904] Memorial 210/431

No 1

HARVEY, Nicholas of Bowden 1851 Memorial 213/33

HARVEY, Nicholas labourer Thebarton 1854 Memorial 84/75

HARVEY, Nicholas farmer Macaw Creek near Riverton 1857[-1864] Memorial 43/135

HARVEY, Mary Ann widow Macaw Creek 1877, relict of the late Nicholas Harvey formerly farmer Macaw Creek 1864 but now deceased Application 15884

No 1

HARVEY, Owen shoemaker Redruth 1858[-1866] Memorial 33/134

HARVEY, Owen shoemaker Kooringa 1861[-1873] Memorial 138/171, Application 10743

HARVEY, Owen licensed victualler Wilmington Hundred of Willochra land grant 1877 Grant Book 24 Page 541 County Frome

HARVEY, Patience spinster Parkside 1878 Memorial 97/313

No 1

HARVEY, Paul miner Norwood 1853 Memorial 464/54

HARVEY, Paul miner Norwood 1856 Memorial 6/97

HARVEY, Paul miner Hundred of Belvidere Co Light 1856 Memorial 8/97 Farmer Kapunda by 1859 Enrolment 78/40

HARVEY, Paul miner Kapunda 1861 Memorial 97/173

No 1

HARVEY, Paul Martin miner Kapunda linked with Mary Harvey widow Kapunda 1865 Memorial 302/208

HARVEY, Paul Martin miner Helston on the Light near Kapunda, died 1867. He left his estate in trust for his wife, Emma Harvey, during her widowhood, and to support his children until they attained their majority, then to his children in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant. Trustees; his wife, Emma Harvey, his brother, James Harvey farmer Nain Farm near Greenock, and his friend, William HAWKE storekeeper Kapunda Memorial 117/226

HARVEY, Paul Martin miner Helston, near Kapunda, died 21/10/ 1867. He left his real estate in trust for his widow, Emma Harvey, during her lifetime, then to sell. One of his trustees was his brother, James Harvey farmer Nain Farm near Greenock. Emma Harvey died 4/3/1907 Clare Road near Kapunda, of4 days' hemiplegia, aged 78. Paul William Harvey blacksmith Kapunda 1907 was a son Application 25323

HARVEY, Paul Martin [sometimes described as Paul Harvey] married Emma nee ? in 1851 in England. Shortly afterwards, the Harveys emigrated to SA and settled at Helston near Kapunda. PM Harvey farmer and miner Helston, died in SA. William HAWKE storekeeper Kapunda knew the Harveys well both in England and in SA 1878 Application 16933

HARVEY, Paul Martin [sometimes described as Paul Harvey] married Emma nee ? in 1851 in England. Shortly afterwards, the Harveys emigrated to SA and settled at Helston near Kapunda. PM Harvey farmer and miner Helston, died in SA. William HAWKE storekeeper Kapunda knew the Harveys well both in England and in SA 1878 Application 16933

HARVEY, Percival George farmer Bute 1925 Grant Book 14 Page 186 County Daly

No 1

HARVEY, Percival Wilfred farmer Virginia 1902 Memorial 111/447

HARVEY, Percival Wilfred formerly farmer and fruitgrower Salisbury but now out of business St Peters 1957 Memorial 176/531

No 1

HARVEY, Peter labourer Nailsworth 1843 Memorial 423/2

HARVEY, Peter farmer Walkerville 1850[-1854] Memorial 277/19

HARVEY, Peter licensed victualler Walkerville 1854 Memorial 148/72

HARVEY, Peter yeoman Walkerville 1855 Memorial 186/85

HARVEY, Peter formerly yeoman Walkerville 1853 but now licensed victualler Walkerville 1860. He could not write Application 1649

HARVEY, Peter publican Walkerville, died 1875. He left estate to his daughter, Hannah Harvey, and his sister, Elizabeth BRINKWORTH probably wife of Thomas Brinkworth of Saddleworth. The testator's brothers, Samuel Harvey and James Harvey, also lived at Saddleworth. Apparently Peter Harvey also had a daughter called Martha Harvey still a child Memorial 198/285

No 2

HARVEY, Peter farmer Lochiel. Lochiel (Hundred of Cameron) township allotment land grant 1883 Grant Book 14 Page 448 County Daly

HARVEY, Peter farmer Lochiel 1887 Memorial 39/385

HARVEY, Peter farmer Cameron 1894 Memorial 20/422

No 1

HARVEY, Philip labourer Strathalbyn Mines Hundred of Strathalbyn land grant 1862 Grant Book 37 Page 100 County Hindmarsh

HARVEY, Philip farmer Woodchester 1867[-1884] Memorial 121/218, Application 11137

No 2

HARVEY, Philip farmer Ulooloo Hundred of Terowie land grant 1880[-1881] Grant Book 40 Page 11 County Kimberley

No 1

HARVEY, Richard sawyer SA 1851 Memorial 113/38

No 2

HARVEY, Richard farmer Condowie 1884 Memorial 75/360

HARVEY, Richard farmer Condowie Plains Hundred of Boucaut land grant 1885 Grant Book 55 Page 42 County Stanley

No 3

HARVEY, Richard farmer Yacka Yacka (Hundred of Yackamoorundie) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 56 Page 107 County Stanley

HARVEY, Richard farmer Yackamoorundie Hundred of Yackamoorundie land grant 1881 Grant Book 56 Page 96 County Stanley

No 1

HARVEY, Robert storekeeper Pt Adelaide 1850 Memorial 303/26

HARVEY, Robert ironmonger Pt Adelaide 1851 Memorial 93/34

HARVEY, Robert [formerly of Pt Adelaide but now] publican Avoca Diggings Vic 1858 Memorial 158/137

No 2

HARVEY, Robert coachmaker Adelaide (Rundle St) 1850 Memorial 302/24 Coach builder [formerly of Adelaide but now of] Unley Road 1857[-1859] Memorial 133/125

HARVEY, Robert gentleman Unley Road 1891 Memorial 32/411

HARVEY, Robert coachbuilder Parkside, died 7/8/1896 intestate, 'a widower without parent, child, brother, sister, uncle, aunt or nephew'. Letters of administration to his niece, Sarah Elizabeth BUCKLEY widow Prospect, to settle the £1,300 estate Memorial 49/432

No 3

HARVEY, Robert farmer Inman Valley 1856 Memorial 27/97

HARVEY, Robert farmer The Hummocks 1872 Memorial 170/261

HARVEY, Robert farmer North Hummocks 1874 Memorial 20/273

No 4

HARVEY, Robert mason Bowden 1865 Memorial 132/207

HARVEY, Robert labourer Bowden 1878 Memorial 215/305

HARVEY, Robert hawker Bowden (Gibson St) 1889 Application 21542

No 5

HARVEY, Robert mason Willyara. Willyara Primitive Methodist Chapel trustee 1865 Memorial 214/206

No 6

HARVEY, Robert farmer Bald Hills near Yankalilla (executor and trustee for the estate of the late George DORMER the Elder formerly blacksmith Bald Hills near Yankalilla but then deceased) 1873 Application 13038

No 7

HARVEY, Robert builder Yacka Yacka (Hundred of Yackamoorundie) township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 56 Page 111 County Stanley

HARVEY, Robert mason Yacka 1881 Memorial 108/336

HARVEY, Robert mason Yacka trustee unnamed Cemetery Hundred of Yackamoorundie Hundred of Yackamoorundie land grant 1883 Grant Book 56 Page 97 County Stanley

No 8 - perhaps the same person

HARVEY, Robert farmer Condowie Plains trustee unnamed Chapel Hundred of Boucaut Hundred of Boucaut land grant 1879 Grant Book 55 Page 33 County Stanley

HARVEY, Robert gentleman Condowie 1886 Memorial 245/377

HARVEY, Robert formerly farmer Coomeroo but now out of business Condowie Plains, died 27/2/1903. Bequests to his adopted daughter Helene FULWOOD formerly Helene BATES wife of Thomas Fulwood the Younger farmer Condowie Plains. Uncle of John Robert TAYLOR of 16 Drysdale Rd, Lewisham Rd, Lewisham, Kent, England. Brother of John and Thomas Harvey both of Rue de la Force, Ave des Champs Elysee, Paris, France, Charles Harvey of Brambridge Stables, Bishopstoke near Southampton, Hants, England, Elizabeth FRANKHAM wife of JE Frankham residing in France and Emma Harvey residing in England. Estate worth £410 Memorials 109 & 110/449

No 1

HARVEY, Samuel plasterer Adelaide 1847 Memorial 446/8

No 2

HARVEY, Samuel master mariner Queenstown 1854 Memorial 470/63

HARVEY, Samuel customs house officer Le Fevre Peninsula 1856 Memorial 4/107

HARVEY, Samuel master mariner Pt Adelaide 1860 Memorial 162/163

HARVEY, Samuel master mariner Le Fevre Peninsula, died 2/9/1865, cancer of the eye, aged 64. His daughter, Caroline Sarah Elizabeth Harvey, was a school mistress when she placed his property under the RPA in 1872 Application 12295

HARVEY, Samuel gentleman Le Fevre Peninsula, died c1868. All his estate, except those things specifically mentioned, to his unnamed wife absolutely. His daughter, Caroline Sarah Elizabeth Harvey, to get lots 33 and 34 of Section 112 Hundred of Pt Adelaide, and 362 acres of land in the Bay of Islands, New Zealand, ‘confirmed to me by certain native Chiefs of the said Island’ Enrolment 28/49

No 3

HARVEY, Samuel farmer Kirby Hill, Hundred of Goolwa Co Hindmarsh 1855 Memorial 110/86

No 4

HARVEY, Samuel plasterer Norwood 1855 Memorial 480/84

HARVEY, Samuel plasterer Pt Elliot 1858 Memorial 40/135

HARVEY, Hannah widow Norwood 1875, relict of the late Samuel Harvey plasterer formerly of Pt Elliot 1858 then of Norwood. She could not write Application 14172

No 5 – the Elder

HARVEY, Samuel mason Mt Torrens 1860 Memorial 349/164

HARVEY, Samuel mason formerly of Mt Pleasant but now of Saddleworth 1870 father and heir at law of the late Thomas Harvey formerly mason Mt Pleasant, who died 24/5/1860 intestate Memorial 213/244

HARVEY, Samuel the Elder mason Waterloo Hundred of Waterloo Co Light Hundred of Yackamoorundie land grant 1880 Grant Book 56 Page 93 County Stanley

No 6 – the Younger

HARVEY, Samuel farmer Yackamoorundie Hundred of Yackamoorundie land grant 1873 Grant Book 56 Page 87 County Stanley

HARVEY, Samuel farmer Saddleworth Hundred of Saddleworth Co Light Hundred of Yackamoorundie land grant 1877 Grant Book 56 Page 90 County Stanley

HARVEY, Samuel the Younger farmer Saddleworth Co Light Hundred of Yackamoorundie land grant 1880 Grant Book 56 Page 91 County Stanley

HARVEY, Samuel farmer Yacka trustee unnamed Cemetery Hundred of Yackamoorundie Hundred of Yackamoorundie land grant 1883 Grant Book 56 Page 97 County Stanley

HARVEY, Samuel farmer Yacka Co Stanley 1894 Memorial 191/420

HARVEY, Samuel farmer Yacka, died 28/9/1901. Husband of Mary Ann Harvey. Executor; Peter BRINKWORTH farmer Gulnare South Memorial 70/446

No 6 - perhaps a continuation of No 5

HARVEY, Samuel limeburner Gawler 1876[-1881] Memorial 107/290

No 7

HARVEY, Samuel railway guard Queenstown 1898[-1900] Memorial 141/436

HARVEY, Samuel railway guard Queenstown Alberton Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee 1900 Application 24042

HARVEY, Samuel George farmer Parnaroo 1890 Memorial 52/402

No 1

HARVEY, Simon builder Adelaide 1877 Application 16258

HARVEY, Simon timber merchant Adelaide 1880[-1914] Memorial 97/325

HARVEY, Simon timber merchant Flinders St, Adelaide, about to leave the province for some time, power of attorney to Henry and Frank RYMILL land agents Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 24/2/1882 Deposit 61/1882

No 2

HARVEY, Simon gentleman Unley. Unley Wesleyan Methodist Church trustee 1892 Memorial 109/413, Application 22271

No 1

HARVEY, Stephen miner Kooringa 1850[-1853] Memorial 340/30

HARVEY, Stephen miner Kooringa 1853, power of attorney to his wife, Mary Harvey, to manage his business affairs in SA, including power to sell (no reason given why) Application 28029

No 1

HARVEY, Thomas sawyer Adelaide 1844[-1847] Memorial 236/4

HARVEY, Thomas timber merchant formerly of Adelaide, but now of Sturt Valley 1848 Memorial 333/11

No 2

HARVEY, Thomas and Paul miners Norwood 1853 Memorials 380 & 381/53

HARVEY, Thomas miner Norwood 1853 Hundred of Belvidere land purchase Memorial 380/54

HARVEY, Thomas farmer Bellevue Farm near Kapunda 1860 Application 1618

HARVEY, Thomas farmer Bagot Gap near Kapunda 1865[-1874] Memorial 75/204

HARVEY, Thomas formerly miner Norwood 1853 but now farmer Bagot Gap near Kapunda 1863 Application 3822

No 3

HARVEY, Thomas mason Mt Pleasant 1858 Memorial 223/140

HARVEY, Thomas mason Mt Pleasant, died 24/5/1860 intestate. His father, Samuel Harvey mason formerly of Mt Pleasant but then of Saddleworth, inherited his son's estate as heir at law 1870 Application 10529

No 4

HARVEY, Thomas farmer Tothill Creek 1865 Memorial 177/202

No 5

HARVEY, Thomas the Younger farmer Ulooloo. Hundred of Hallett land grant 1874 Grant Book 8 Page 116 County Burra

HARVEY, Thomas the Younger farmer Ulooloo Co Burra. Hundred of Terowie land grant 1881 Grant Book 40 Page 17 County Kimberley

No 6

HARVEY, Thomas builder Adelaide 1876 Memorial 6/295

No 7

HARVEY, Thomas the Younger licensed victualler formerly of Rochester but now of Adelaide (Wieland's Hotel Hindley St) 1880[-1881]. He paid £600 for the assigned lease from the estate of the late TH WIELAND Memorial 227/315

No 8

HARVEY, Thomas storekeeper Aberdeen and Mary Ann Harvey his wife 1882 Application 19499.

No 9 - perhaps a continuation of No 8

HARVEY, Thomas gentleman Aberdeen near Kooringa, died 16/12/1916. Estate worth £5,000. Brother to John Harvey, Philip Harvey, Elizabeth Ann WELSH and Grace WEBSTER. Housekeeper called Eliza SAMPSON Memorial 51/500

HARVEY, Thomas gentleman Aberdeen, died 16/12/1916. His estate worth £5,000. Burra Hospital to get £50. The SA Wounded Soldiers Fund to get £100. His housekeeper Eliza SAMPSON to get £200. The trustees had to sell the rest of the estate, pay all expenses and then give the living children of his brothers John and Philip Harvey and his sisters Elizabeth Ann WELSH and Grace WEBSTER the residue of the estate in equal shares Application 27690

No 1

HARVEY, Thomas William gentleman Moorundee 1856 Memorial 209/111

HARVEY, Thomas William licensed victualler Moorundee 1857 Memorial 167/128 Died 5/1/1863 intestate, leaving his widow, Eliza Jane Harvey, of Overland Corner, to administer his estate Memorial 125/203

HARVEY, Thomas William 26 gentleman Adelaide married Eliza Jane TIDMARSH 22 spinster Adelaide, on 23/8/1853 at St John’s Halifax St, Adelaide. Witnesses: G & Richard Tidmarsh. TW Harvey innkeeper Blanchetown, died 5/1/1863 Truro intestate, of delirium tremens, aged 35. His eldest son, John Henry Harvey, born 20/7/1854 Adelaide, while his father was a corporal in the mounted police force, inherited his estate as heir at law. He was overseer Pamamaroo Statio NSW in 1880. Eliza Harvey remarried to William Horwood POTTER shipping agent Blanchetown. By 1881, he had died and widowed Eliza Jane Potter lived at North Adelaide Application 18680

HARVEY, Eliza Jane widow Overland Corner Murray River; relict of Thomas William Harvey 1865 Memorial 125/203

No 1

HARVEY, TW of Tothill Creek 1866 Memorial 212/215

HARVEY, Thomas William bootmaker formerly of Tothill Creek but now of Apoinga 1876 Memorial 180/293

No 1 - perhaps the same person

HARVEY, Walter of Willochra 1885 Memorial 7/373

HARVEY, Walter farmer Hundred of Boolcunda 1885[-1901] Memorial 206/370

No 1

HARVEY, William labourer Reedbeds 1848 Memorial 255/21

HARVEY, William labourer [formerly of the Reedbeds but now of] Bowden 1850[-1859] Memorial 106/42

HARVEY, William labourer formerly of the Reedbeds but now of the province of Victoria 1855 Memorial 209/84

No 2

HARVEY, William miner Magill 1853 Memorial 49/58

HARVEY, William farmer North Kapunda 1855 Memorial 495/81

HARVEY, William miner formerly of Magill but now of Kapunda 1858 Memorial 88/134

HARVEY, William [probably the Elder] farmer Light River 1858[-1864]. He could not write Memorial 240/137, Application 4399

HARVEY, William [probably the Younger] butcher near Steelton 1863[-1864] [Likely became farmer Rhynie] Application 4399

HARVEY, William [probably the Elder] farmer near Riverton held Section 718 on lease in the Hundred of Alma 1878 [Likely became farmer Rhynie] Application 16887

No 3

HARVEY, William miner Norwood 1855 Application 925

HARVEY, Willliam farmer Hundred of Nuriootpa 1855 Memorial 175/85

HARVEY, William farmer Hundred of Nuriootpa, James Harvey miner formerly of Norwood but now of Fiery Creek and Paul Harvey farmer Hundred of Belvidere 1856 Linked with John Harvey farmer Section 249 Hundred of Nuriootpa Memorials 326 & 327/110

HARVEY, William farmer Greenock Creek 1859 Application 925

No 3

HARVEY, William yeoman Strathalbyn 1864 Memorial 285/199

HARVEY, William yeoman Strathalbyn and Catherine Harvey, his wife 1889, had lived in Strathalbyn since c1865 Application 21591

No 4

HARVEY, William tailor Pt Adelaide 1884 Application 20288

No 5

HARVEY, William miner Moonta Mines 1885 Memorial 244/363

No 6

HARVEY, William labourer Pt Lincoln 1923 Memorial 134/488

HARVEY, William Charles farmer Yorketown Hundred of Melville land grant 1901 Grant Book 19 Page 88 County Fergusson

No 1

HARVEY, William Charles Michael painter Mt Gambier and Mary Ann Harvey his wife daughter of the late Edward SUMMERTON formerly farmer Gawler Hills now deceased. Family link with William Summerton wheelwright Gawler 1877 Memorial 21/299

HARVEY, Mary Ann wife of William Charles Michael Harvey painter Mt Gambier 1877, received £100 under the will of her father, the late Edward SUMMERTON farmer Gawler Hills. Other Summertons linked with this family included, William Summerton wheelwright Gawler, Emily Summerton widow of Edward Summerton, and John Edward Summerton Application 23343

HARVEY, William Henry storekeeper Renmark 1889 Memorial 97/399

HARVEY, William Humphrey farmer Moonta. Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1911 Grant Book 14 Page 277 County Daly

No 1

HARVEY, William James of Kapunda a minor of the age of 12 years 1869 Memorial 46/243

HARVEY, William James the Younger wheelwright Kapunda 1878[-1888] eldest son and heir at law of the late William Harvey the Elder farmer Hundred of Light who died 19/12/1864 intestate, and his wife, Jane Harvey now widow Kapunda 1878 Memorial 247/305

No 2

HARVEY, William James farmer Hundred of Walloway. Hundred of Walloway land grant 1881 Grant Book 13 Page 222 County Dalhousie

No 1

HARVEY, William Salisbury piano tuner Fremantle WA, died 24/9/1911. His whole estate to his wife, Grace Harvey, for life, then to his children Edie, Annis and Florence Harvey, in equal amounts after her death 1920 Application 26876

HARVEY, William Salisbury died 24/9/1911 Fremantle WA. His son, Allan Herbert Harvey, died 13/9/1943. They were descendants of John Harvey the founder of Salisbury Application 28645

HARVEY-GEORGE, Robert Secretary Adelaide 1921 Secretary of the National Building and Investment Society (on the Permanent principle) Application 26820

HARVIE, Edwin Gilmour and John Montgomery Harvie farmers Tarcowie. Hundred of Pekina land grant 1910 Grant Book 13 Page 175 County Dalhousie

No 1 – perhaps the same person

HARVIE, Hugh farmer Appila Yarrowie 1901 Memorial 247/442

HARVIE, Hugh farmer Hundred of Tarcowie. Hundred of Tarcowie land grant 1901 Grant Book 13 Page 57 County Dalhousie

No 1 – perhaps the same person

HARVIE, James farmer Appila-Yarrowie 1884 Application 20233

HARVIE, James farmer Yarrowie Co Frome. Hundred of Tarcowie land grant 1885 Grant Book 13 Page 53 County Dalhousie

No 1

HARVIE, John farmer Strathalbyn 1853[-1858] Memorial 30/62

No 2

HARVIE, John farmer Mt Gambier 1863 Memorial 338/190

HARVIE, John farmer Mt Gambier 1881 Application 18492

No 3

HARVIE, John farmer Gumeracha Co Adelaide. Hundred of Booleroo land grant 1885 Grant Book 24 Page 629 County Frome

No 1 – probably the same person

HARVIE, William farmer Black Rock Plain. Black Rock Plain land grant 1880 Grant Book 13 Page 105 County Dalhousie

HARVIE, William farmer Gumeracha Co Adelaide. Hundred of Black Rock Plain land grant 1882 Grant Book 13 Page 111 County Dalhousie

No 1

HARWARD, Thomas tinman Adelaide 1845 Memorial 234/5

HARWARD, Thomas innkeeper Adelaide (Hindley St) 1849[-1850] Memorial 329/15

HARWARD, Thomas tinman Adelaide 1853 Memorial 316/56

HARWARD, Thomas tinsmith Adelaide (Hindley St and Grenfell St), died c1856. He left his entire estate to Amelia Rickman Harward, 'whatsoever and wheresoever' Memorial 22/96

HARWARD, Thomas tinsmith Adelaide (Hindley St and Grenfell St), died c1856. He left his entire estate to his wife, Amelia Richman Harward Application 16685

No 1

HARWOOD, Davison gentleman Adelaide (North Tce) 1850 Memorial 101/22

HARWOOD, Davison gentleman Stepney 1852 Memorial 7/44

HARWOOD, Davison gentleman Stepney 1855 Member of the Town and Country Land and Building Society Memorial 267/85

HARWOOD, Davison clerk to Messrs ACRAMAN, COOKE & Co Adelaide 1855 Memorial 129/87

HARWOOD, Davison gentleman Stepney 1857 Memorial 346/121

HARWOOD, Davison bookkeeper Stepney 1867 Application 8316

HARWOOD, George gardener Reedbeds 1864 Memorial 31/198

HARWOOD, John Barker master mariner Alberton 1853 Memorial 194/57

No 1

HARWOOD, Peter gardener Reedbeds 1852 Memorial 490/43

HARWOOD, Peter market gardener Reedbeds 1867 Application 8785

HARWOOD, Peter farmer Reedbeds 1871[-1882] Application 11181, Memorial 207/331

No 1

HASCH, Claus mason Lobethal 1856[-1858] Memorial 314/102

HASCH, Claus mason Hahndorf. Member St John German Protestant Church Hahndorf 1859 Memorial 301/153

HASELDINE, Percy Wilfred accountant Claridge House, Gawler Place, Adelaide. Secretary of the SA Refuge Inc 1942 Application 28319

HASELDINE, William Thomas Roy and HASELDINE, Kathleen Constance dairy farmers Macclesfield 1957 Application 29268

No 1

HASELGROVE/HAZELGROVE, Charles Frederick ironmonger Adelaide 1884[-1913] Memorial 200/356, Application 25209

HASELGROVE, Charles Frederick ironmonger Seacliff and Emilie Martha Haselgrove his wife 1920 Application 26849

No 1

HASELGROVE/HAZELGROVE, Richard builder Pt Adelaide 1854[-1859] Memorial 108/73

HASELGROVE, Richard baker Pt Adelaide Co Adelaide. Kadina (Hundred of Kadina) township allotment land grant 1861 Grant Book 14 Page 23 County Daly

HASELGROVE, Richard formerly carpenter Pt Adelaide 1859 but now builder Wallaroo 1862 Application 3408

HAZELGROVE, Richard builder and publican Wallaroo 1863 Memorial

HASELGROVE, Richard of Wallaroo 1864 Memorial 99/199

HASELGROVE, Richard formerly builder Pt Adelaide 1854 but now publican Kadina 1874 Application 13585

HASELGROVE, Richard licensed victualler Kadina purchased land in Lochiel 1876 Grant Book 14 Page 447 County Daly

HASELGROVE, Richard gentleman Kadina linked with Richard William Haselgrove of Snowtown 1882 Memorial 72/341

HASELGROVE, Richard licensed victualler Snowtown. Hundred of Barunga land grant 1881 Grant Book 14 Page 466 County Daly

HASELGROVE, Richard gentleman Kadina 1893 Memorial 19/418

336/187

No 1 – mixture of the Elder and the Younger

HASKARD, Thomas blacksmith Kooringa Co Burra Hundred of Andrews land grant 1865 Grant Book 56 Page 303 County Stanley

HASKARD, Thomas blacksmith Kooringa 1873[-1875] Memorial 247/268

HASKARD, Thomas formerly of Kooringa but now of Clare 1883. He died 25/2/1885 Memorial 162/347

HASKARD, Thomas the Younger farmer Baldina. Hundred of Baldina land grant 1884 Grant Book 9 Page 12 County Burra

HASKARD, Thomas blacksmith formerly of Commercial St, Kooringa, but now of Clare 1885 Memorial 156/364

HASKARD, Thomas formerly blacksmith but now out of business Donnybrook near Clare 1901 Memorial 81/444

HASKARD, Thomas blacksmith Clare 1909 Application 25597

HASKER, Henry wheelwright Willunga 1851 Memorial 306/33

HASKETT, John of Myponga and Hannah Haskett his wife. Parents of four unnnamed sons and an unspecified number of daughters 1859 Memorial 160/156

HASKETT, William Andrew farmer Myponga, died 22/5/1923 intestate Memorial 42/491

No 1

HASKEW, Thomas gentleman Adelaide 1875 Memorial 92/286

HASKEW, Thomas formerly draper Adelaide 1870 but now civil servant Adelaide by 1897 Memorials 18-19/433

HASKEW, Thomas gentleman Adelaide 1880 Application 18284

HASLER, John postmaster Emuville 1879 Memorial 96/317

HASLAM, George Keysell Methodist minister Mintaro 1912 Memorial 57/485

No 1

HASLAM, James Wesleyan Methodist minister Pt Lincoln 1867 Application 8810

HASLAM, James Wesleyan Methodist minister Kadina 1881 Grant Book 14 Page 239 County Daly

HASLAM, James minister of the gospel Norwood linked with William Haslam wholesale draper Adelaide 1886 Memorial 58/375

HASLAM, James Methodist Minister Unley President of the SA Methodist Conference 1891 Grant Book 14 Page 137 County Daly

HASLAM, John Cyrus merchant Pt Pirie 1903 Memorial 237/447

HASLAM, LH law clerk Adelaide 1908 Memorial 57/459

No 1

HASLAM, William draper and storekeeper Jamestown Dawson (Hundred of Coglin) township allotment land grant 1881 Grant Book 34 Page 2 County Herbert

HASLAM, William merchant formerly of Jamestown but now of Adelaide 1883[-1885] Memorial 181/347

HASLAM, William formerly storekeeper Jamestown but then timber merchant Unley Park, died c1898 Memorial 88/436

HASLAM, William Osborne, Malcolm Purches REID and Theophilus Hedley ROBIN timber merchants Adelaide trading under the style or firm of Globe Timber Mills Co Lt 1925 Memorial 49/494

HASLETT, George baker Hindmarsh 1857 Memorial 13/116

HASLER, John postmaster Emuville 1879 Memorial 96/317

HASLEY, Walter gentleman Adelaide 1853 Memorial 455/60

HASLIE, Thomas gentleman Redruth 1884 Memorial 81/361

HASLUCK, Frederick importer and ironmonger Adelaide 1852[-1867]S Memorial 76/42

No 1

HASLUCK, John George Frederick ironmonger Adelaide (Grenfell St) 1851 Memorial 373/36

HASLUCK, John George Frederick ironmonger formerly of Adelaide, but of Birmingham, Co Warwick, England by January 1890 Application 22965

HASS, AFC law clerk Petersburg (to GW HALCOMBE solicitor Petersburg) 1912 Memorial 186/466

HASSAM, William farmer Woodchester 1891 Memorial 227/408

No 1

HASSE, Wilhelm farmer near Lobethal 1860 Memorial 135/184

HASSE, Friedrich Wilhelm farmer Western Branch of the Onkaparinga near Lobethal 1879 Application 24903

HASSE, Julius AA gentleman Adelaide, died c1851. He left his estate to his widow, Dorothea Hasse (widow of the late Mr ABELMAN of Hamburg) from Hagensen of Golding in Denmark. Will made in McGowan's schoolhouse near Hahndorf on 12/4/1851 Application 9088

HASSE, Paul Albert hotelkeeper Swan Reach. Hundred of Nildottie land grant 1906 Grant Book 3 Page 4 County Albert

HASSELL, Charlton William draper Adelaide (Hindley St) purchased the BOSISTO drapery business in 1883 Memorial 249/273

HASSELL, John gentleman Albany WA, power of attorney to William James CRAWFORD Manager of the Union Bank of Australia, to recover the £8,000 with interest, lent to the late David RANDALL Esquire Glen Devon. Randall’s estate was sold up when he became a bankrupt 29/4/1875 Deposit 112/1878

No 1

HASSETT, John labourer Melbourne Vic but presently residing in Adelaide 1869 Memorial 65/236

No 2

HASSETT, John labourer Glen Osmond, died 1876. Estate partly absolutely and partly in trust for life to his wife, Margaret Hassett Memorial 10/288

HASTELOW, Joseph farmer Salisbury 1859 Memorial 209/148

HASTIE, George carpenter Gawler South 1868 Application 9611

HASTIE, James licensed victualler Adelaide 1879 Memorial 86/317

No 1

HASTIE, Robert farmer Noarlunga 1858 Memorial 124/136

HASTIE, Robert farmer formerly of Noarlunga 1858 but now of Hackham 1864 Application 5159

No 1

HASTIE, Thomas farmer Hallett Valley 1857 Deposit 1005/1857

HASTIE, Thomas farmer South Rhine Hundred of South Rhine land grant 1861 Grant Book 58 Page 250 County Sturt

HASTIE, Thomas farmer South Rhine Co Sturt. Hundred of Ayers land grant 1869 Grant Book 56 Page 189 County Stanley

HASTIE, Thomas farmer Redruth 1880 Memorial 225/321

HASTIE, Thomas gentleman near Redruth, about to leave the province and reside abroad for some time, power of attorney to Daniel Spencer PACKARD solicitor Kooringa, to manage his SA business affairs 27/2/1883 Deposit 202/1883

HASTIE, Thomas farmer formerly of Hallett Valley but now of Redruth near Kooringa 1891 Application 22031

HASTIE, Thomas gentleman Redruth 1899 Memorial 3/438

HASTIE, Thomas gentleman Redruth 1906 Application 25267

HASTIE, Thomas out of business Redruth near Kooringa, died 5/11/1910. Husband of Margaret Hastie, now widow Redruth near Kooringa, who died 13/10/1914. Grandparents of Clara Priscilla HARRIS wife of Thomas Harris coachbuilder Redruth. Great-grandparents of Phillip and Thomas Hastie Harris, Mary Margaret Harris, Gladys Marion Harris and Hilda Melva Harris 1933 Memorial 142/506

HASTIE, Margaret married woman Redruth 1899 Memorial 250/438

HASTIE, Margaret married woman Burra 1906 Application 25207

HASTIE, Margaret widow Redruth, died 13/10/1914. Grandmother of Clara Priscilla HARRIS wife of Thomas Harris coachbuilder Redruth. Witnesses; Richard REED the Younger, Mary Reed Memorial 141/506

No 1

HASTING, Carl Bernhard farmer Kilkerran 1885[-1897]

Memorial 57/364

HASTING, Carl Bernhard farmer South Kilkerran 1893 Memorial 135/416

HASTING, Carl Ferdinand farmer Bethel 1866 Memorial 76/216

HASTING, Ernest Alfred farmer near Kapunda Hundred of Kilkerran land grant 1881[-1887] Grant Book 19 Page 168a County Fergusson

HASTING, Franz George farmer Bethel near Kapunda Hundred of Kilkerran land grant 1884 Grant Book 19 Page 170a County Fergusson

HASTINGS, Anthony Brian SA Housing Trust property officer Paringa Buildings, Hindley St, Adelaide 1954 Application 29028

HASTINGS, HG bank manager Wirrabara 1915 Memorial 104/472

No 1 - likely to be the same person

HASTINGS, Thomas gentleman Adelaide 1838 Application 1716

HASTINGS, Thomas Monins SA Survey Department Adelaide 1838 Application 9337

HASTINGS, Mr Land Office draftsman Adelaide 1839[-1840] Grant Book 0 Page 1 County Unnamed

HASTWELL, C proclaimed bank manager Paskeville 1926 Memorial 184/495

HASTWELL, Ebenezer storekeeper Mallala 1875[-1883] Memorial 53/282

HASTWELL, Edith B music teacher Woodville 1909 Memorial 32/462

HASTWELL, Edward John storekeeper Pt Lincoln, became a bankrupt in 1867 Memorial 199/225

No 1

HASTWELL, Ernest builder Adelaide and Mary Evelyn Hastwell his wife 1909[-1920] Memorial 147/460

HASTWELL, Ernest Alexander builder Adelaide and May Evelyn Hastwell his wife [who changed her name from Mary to May Hastwell] 1912 Memorial 148/466

No 1 – mixture of the Elder and the Younger

HASTWELL, James storekeeper Penfield 1859[-1869] Memorial 350/149, Application 6975

HASTWELL, James the Younger storekeeper Two Wells Pt Germein township allotment land grant 1879[-1881] Grant Book 24 Page 680 County Frome

HASTWELL, James the Elder, Ebenezer Hastwell and James Hastwell the Younger storekeepers Mallala, carrying on business under the style or firm of J Hastwell & Sons 1881 Memorial 220/334

HASTWELL, James the Elder, James Hastwell the Younger and Ebenezer Hastwell storekeepers Mallala and Two Wells 1882 Memorial 99/344

HASTWELL, James storekeeper Enfield 1883 Memorial 98/352

HASTWELL, James the Elder of Enfield, James Hastwell the Younger of Two Wells and Ebenezer Hastwell of Mallala storekeepers trading at Two Wells and Mallala under the style or firm of J Hastwell & Sons, became bankrupts in 1884 Memorial 63/363

HASTWELL, James the Younger storekeeper Two Wells Hundred of Inkerman land grant 1888 Grant Book 27 Page 146 County Gawler

HASTWELL, John general storekeeper Penfield Cradock (Hundred of Wirreanda) township allotment land grant 1879 Grant Book 28 Page 28 County Granville

HASTWELL, William T storekeeper Lyndoch Valley 1860 Memorial 232/169

HASWELL, Robert aerated water manufacturer Adelaide 1854 Memorial 16/72

HASWELL, William storekeeper's assistant Second Valley 1881[-1886] Memorial 205/334

No 1

HATCH, Alfred Augustus commercial traveller Mitcham 1879 Memorial 200/319

HATCH, Alfred Augustus gentleman of Mitcham and Mt Gambier 1880 Application 18069

HATCH, Henry labourer Wilmington Hundred of Gregory land grant 1901 Grant Book 23 Page 105 County Frome

No 1

HATCH, John farmer Nuriootpa 1854 Memorial 316/69

HATCH, John clerk [probably miller's clerk to William WRIGHT miller Nuriootpa] Nuriootpa 1854 Memorial 315/69

HATCH, John miller Nuriootpa 1855 Memorial 297/82

HATCH, Joseph vigneron Nuriootpa 1893 Memorial 70/419

HATCH, Joshua the Elder carrier Nuriootpa, died 14/2/1905. His widow, Mary Hatch, had a life interest in trust in his real estate, after which the real estate had to be sold. Mary Hatch, died 2/4/1915, of Bright's disease and senility, aged 90. Born in Co Wicklow, Ireland, she came to SA over 70 years previously. Married aged 30. 5 sons and 2 daughters alive; 2 sons deceased. Joseph Hatch vigneron Nuriootpa and Wiliam Hatch labourer Nuriootpa were two of the sons Application 26491

HATCHARD, Francis E farmer Spring Vale Western Sources of the Torrens 1897 Memorial 48/432

HATCHARD, James farmer near Clare Hundred of Belalie land grant 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 117 County Victori

No 1

HATCHER, Albert farmer Two Wells 1895 Memorial 9/424

HATCHER, Albert farmer Two Wells 1905 Application 24975

HATCHER, Benjamin farmer Minlaton Hundred of Koolywurtie land grant 1897 Grant Book 19 Page 315 County Fergusson

No 1

HATCHER, Frank JP of Virginia, aged 45 in 1945, declared that he had lived in the area all his life Application 28398

HATCHER, Frank Oliver Hope grazier Virginia, aged 53 in 1954 , declared that he had lived in the area all his life. Virgina Institute trustee Application 29083

No 1 - perhaps mixture of the Elder and the Younger

HATCHER, George farmer Aldinga 1855[-1859] Memorial 322/80

HATCHER, George farmer Willunga 1856 Memorial 110/108

HATCHER, George farmer Yankalilla 1861 Application 2158

HATCHER, George farmer Troubridge trustee Wesleyan Methodist Church purposes Hundred of Melville land grant 1873 Grant Book 19 Page 65 County Fergusson

No 2

HATCHER, George trader Adelaide Co Adelaide. Pinnaroo (Hundred of Pinnaroo) township allotment land grant 1907 Grant Book 12 Page 74 County Chandos

HATCHER, Richard farmer Yankalilla Hundred of Melville land grant 1877 Grant Book 19 Page 79 County Fergusson

No 1

HATCHER, Robert farmer Hindmarsh 1853 Hundred of Munno Para land purchase Memorial 286/47

HATCHER, Robert farmer Gawler Plains 1854 Application 3735

HATCHER, Robert farmer Smithfield Hundred of Mudla Wirra land grant 1866 Grant Book 27 Page 296 County Gawler

HATCHER, Robert farmer Gawler Plains Co Adelaide. Hundred of Mudla Wirra land grant 1867 Grant Book 27 Page 295 County Gawler

HATCHER, Robert farmer Hundred of Munno Para 1874[-1876] Memorial 227/271

HATCHER, Robert farmer Angle Vale Co Adelaide. Crystal Brook (Hundred of Crystal Brook) township allotment land grant 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 436 County Victoria

HATCHER, Robert farmer Angle Vale 1877 Memorial 97/297

HATCHER, Robert farmer formerly of Angle Vale but now of Virginia 1892 Application 22223

No 1

HATCHER, Robert Read butcher Angle Vale and Jane Hatcher his wife 1904 Application 24793

HATCHER, Robert Read butcher Angle Vale 1909 Memorial 245/463

HATCHER, William farmer Koolywurtie Hundred of Koolywurtie land grant 1886 Grant Book 19 Page 314 County Fergusson

No 1

HATCHETT, John gentleman Adelaide 1850 Memorial 233/32

HATCHETT, John clerk to JH FISHER solicitor Adelaide 1853[-1855] Memorial 478/54

HATCHETT, John clerk to HW PARKER solicitor Adelaide 1856 Memorial 193/109

HATCHETT, John clerk to Edward W MORGAN & EMERSON solicitors Adelaide 1859[-1876] Memorial 139/151

HATCHETT, John clerk to RI STOW solicitor Adelaide 1860 Memorial 120/163

HATCHETT, John solicitor Adelaide 1867[-1868] Memorial 122/220, Application 9976

HATCHINS, WIlliam farmer Virginia 1868 Memorial 226/250

No 1

HATELEY, Albert Charles storekeeper Robe S-E 1917 Memorial 118/475

HATELEY, Albert Charles retired Robe, aged 72 years in 1947, declared that he had lived in Robe for 44 years Application 28503

No 1 - probably the same person

HATELEY, James labourer Hindmarsh 1843 Memorial 219/172

HATELEY, James labourer Black Forest near Adelaide 1846 Memorial 77/7

No 1 - probably the same person

HATELEY, James Samuel gardener Belmount 1849 Memorial 49/17

HATELEY, James Samuel gardener Belmount near Adelaide 1852[-1853] Memorial 111/42.

HATELEY, James Samuel farmer Adelaide. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1854 Grant Book 1 Page 28 County Adelaide

HATELEY, James Samuel farmer Adelaide 1854 Memorial 309/75

HATELEY, James Samuel farmer Bellbrook Company's Tiers 1857 Memorial 4/119

HATELEY, James Samuel farmer Mt Gambier 1862 Memorial 197/183

HATELEY, Samuel farmer Murtoa Vic 1892 Application 22420

No 1

HATFIELD, Joseph cattleholder Section 1009 Stringy Bark Forest near Adelaide 1846 Memorial 111/7 Farmer Section 1009 Stringy Bark Forest near Adelaide 1846 Memorial 119/7 Farmer Hundred of Onkaparinga 1847 Memorial 75/17 Farmer Balhannah 1848[-1849] Memorial 95/22

HATFIELD, Joseph farmer Balhannah 1850 Memorial 139/22

HATFIELD, Joseph farmer Balhannah 1860 Application 1279

HATHERLY, Herbert Ledden pastoralist Alexandrina via Hallett 1937 Memorial 169/510

No 1

HATHERLY, James gentleman Pt Augusta West. Pt Augusta West (Hundred of Copley) township allotment land grant 1891 Grant Book 65 Page 226 County Manchester

HATHERLY, James labourer Pt Augusta West. Pt Augusta West (Hundred of Copley) township allotment land grant 1893 Grant Book 65 Page 227 County Manchester

No 1

HATHERLY, John hotel proprietor formerly of Pt Augusta but now of the Criterion Hotel, Francis St, Pt Adelaide 1884 Memorial 182/357

HATHERLY, John station manager Pt Augusta Co Frome. Pt Augusta West (Hundred of Copley) township allotment land grant 1893 Grant Book 65 Page 227 County Manchester

HATHWAY, Charles licensed victualler Adelaide (Exeter Hotel Rundle St) 1864 Memorial 156/232

HATLE, Thomas William of Longford Tas 1861 Memorial 53/171

No 1

HATSWELL, Benjamin carpenter Norwood 1856 Memorial 330/104

HATSWELL, Benjamin sawyer Norwood 1858 Memorial 61/139

HATSWELL, Benjamin builder Kent Town 1866 Memorial 249/210

HATSWELL, Benjamin carpenter and builder Kent Town 1867 Memorial 152/221

No 2

HATSWELL, Benjamin licensed victualler Unley 1862 Memorial 181/186

HATSWELL, Benjamin the Younger publican South Road near Adelaide 1866 Application 7622

HATSWELL, George William carpenter Kent Town 1866[-1868] Memorial 244/213

HATT, James agent Adelaide searched for minerals in parts of the Hundreds of Kanmantoo and Strathalbyn 1889[-1890] Memorials 149/396 & 140/401

No 1

HATT, James William Thomas builder Adelaide 1881 Memorial 159/335

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

HATTAM, James blacksmith Williamstown 1866 Memorial 51/211

No 1

HATTEN, Thomas farmer Gawler River 1852[-1854] Memorial 471/40

HATTEN, Thomas stockholder Adelaide 1854 Memorial 441/71

HATTEN/HATTON, Thomas stockholder Mt Rugged 1856[-1857] Memorial 193/119

HATTON, Charles farmer Gawler 1851 Memorial 94/32

HATTON, Josiah machinist Kooringa 1878 Memorial 217/312

HATTON, William labourer Pt Adelaide 1855 Memorial 217/83

No 1

HAUFE, Johnn Gottfried farmer Lobethal 1851 Memorial 166/31

HAUFE, Gottfried of Lobethal, died 1870. His wife, Johanne Juliane Haufe nee MUELLER and his children - Hanna Lydia KLOK nee Haufe, Joseph Traugott Haufe, Maria Auguste Haufe, Juliane Martha Haufe, Pauline Auguste Haufe, Karoline Amalie Haufe and Emilie Maria Haufe - all provided for in his will Memorial 101/246

HAUGHEY, Michael labourer Adelaide district 1842 Memorial 362/2 Labourer Noarlunga 1844 Memorial 390/3 Farmer Willunga 1853[-1855] Memorial 87/53

No 1

HAUGHEY, Owen farmer Pt Gawler 1854 Memorial 467/69

HAUGHEY, Owen farmer Gawler 1854 Memorial 218/79

HAUGHEY, Owen farmer formerly of Gawler but now of Kapunda 1867 Memorial 98/238

HAUGHTON, W & Co hide and skin merchants Royal Chambers, Currie St, Adelaide 1915 Application 26443

No 1

HAUNERT, Gerhard farmer Langmeil 1849[-1850] Memorial 487/15

HAUNERT, Gerhard yeoman Clare 1853 Memorial 315/175

HAUNERT, Gerhard farmer [formerly of Langmeil but now of] Clare 1856[-1857] Memorial 273/96

HAUNSDORF, Theodor cook Pt Adelaide 1913 Application 26248

HAUPT, Rudolph farmer Hundred of Lindley. Hundred of Lindley land grant 1886 Grant Book 9 Page 192 County Burra

No 1

HAUSCHILD, Friedrich August gardener Seppeltsfield linked with Hermann Hauschild farmer Hundred of English Co Eyre 1882 Memorial 20/346

HAUSCHILD, Friedrich August gardener Seppeltsfield 1884 Memorial 18/357

HAUSCHILD, Friedrich August farmer Seppeltsfield 1887 Memorial 78/383

No 1

HAUSCHILD, Hermann farmer Hundred of English. Hundred of English land grant 1885 Grant Book 17 Page 172 County Eyre

HAUSCHILD, Hermann farmer near Eudunda 1886 Memorial 197/378

HAUSCHILD, Hermann farmer Seppeltsfield Hundred of English land grant 1887 Grant Book 17 Page 172 County Eyre

HAUSCHILD, Hermann farmer Eudunda and Maria Bertha Hauschild his wife 1887 Memorial 23/387

HAUSCHILD, Ernst Hermann farmer Eudunda and Maria Bertha Hauschild his wife 1887 Memorial 108/387

HAUSCHILD, Hermann farmer near Eudunda. HUndred of English land grant 1893 Grant Book 17 Page 173 County Eyre

HAUSSEN, Ada and Amelia of Adelaide 1890 Memorials 249 & 250/401

HAUSSEN, Charles the Younger of Arthur St, Unley 1871 Memorial 109/252

HAUSSEN, Henrietta widow Unley, about to leave the province and reside in parts beyond the sea, power of attorney to Robert Edward GARDINER draughtsman Adelaide, to manage her SA business affairs 13/12/1882. Revoked 12/3/1883 Deposits 49 & 59/1883

No 1

HAUSSEN, Henry Spencer commercial traveller Moonee Ponds Vic 1892 Memorial 136/412

HAUSSEN, Henry Spencer commercial traveller Moonee Ponds Vic, power of attorney to George Andrew GREER solicitor Pirie St, Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 11/2/1892 Deposit 19/1892

HAUSSEN, Martin woodsplitter Lobethal 1859 Memorial 38/157

No 1

HAUSSEN, Otto Carl tailor Adelaide 1858 Memorial 73/147

HAUSSEN, Otto Charles storekeeper Adelaide 1861 Application 2689

HAUTHE, Theodore John Charles oil and colour merchant Adelaide (Rundle St) 1896 Memorial 223/428

No 1

HAUXWELL, Joseph miner Allen Creek 1851 Memorial 303/33

HAUXWELL, Joseph farmer Section 1561 Allen Creek 1854[-1865] Memorial 180/63

HAUXWELL, Joseph farmer Allendale near Kapunda 1872 Application 11846

HAUXWELL, Joseph farmer Allen Creek 1889 He could not write Application 21540

HAUXWELL, Mary Ann formerly Mary Ann WOOLCOCK widow Allendale near Kapunda, died 19/2/1903 intestate. Mother of John Hopson Woolcock the Elder teamster near Kapunda. Estate worth £60 Memorial 68/449

No 1

HAVELBERG, Gottfried farmer Lyndoch Valley 1856[-1858] Memorial 234/107

HAVELBERG, Gottfried farmer formerly of Lyndoch Valley 1857 but now near Freeling 1862 Application 3405

No 1

HAVELBERG, Gottfried Friedrich farmer Richman Creek Hundred of Willochra land grant 1880 Grant Book 24 Page 541 County Frome

HAVELBERG, Gottfried Friedrich farmer Freeling Hundred of Willochra land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 542 County Frome

HAVERLAND, Mary widow Archer St, Adelaide, relict of the late August Haverland, died 28/7/1929, of heart disease and diabetes, aged 76. Born in Adelaide. Married aged 21. 1 son living Memorial 54/509

HAVERS, Adam labourer Clare 1870 Application 10697

HAW, Thomas bricklayer Kensington 1849[-1854] Memorial 311/17

HAWARTH, James labourer St Blazey 1863 Memorial 145/191

HAWDON, Joseph of Melbourne Vic, power of attorney to Joseph HOLLOWAY of Melbourne, but about to proceed to SA, to sell his part Town Acre 52, Hindley St, Adelaide, either by public auction or private sale 24/2/1844 Deposit 4/1879

HAWES, George Alfred labourer Moonta. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1879 Grant Book 14 Page 53 County Daly

HAWES, John Thomas 24 stone mason Adelaide (Father: Patrick Hawes) married Elena Teresa MALONEY 19 spinster Virginia (Father: Edmund Maloney) on 14/4/1880 St Mary's Virginia. Minister: Wilfred McAbbott ALCOCK. Witnesses: Patrick MALONEY hostler Virginia, Alice RYAN hotel keeper's daughter Virginia Application 22292

No 1 - likely to be the same person

HAWES, Patrick farmer near Salisbury 1863 Memorial 190/190

HAWSE, Patrick farmer Virginia 1874 Memorial 229/275

HAWS, Patrick farmer Peachey Belt 1874 Memorial 130/275

HAWES, Patrick farmer formerly of near Salisbury 1863 but now of Virginia 1874 Application 13605

HAWES, Victor R cook Adelaide (17 Mercy St) 1952 Memorial 132/527

HAWK/HAWKE, Henry Binney iron founder Kapunda 1859[-1863] Memorial 42/173

HAWKE, Caroline widow Kadina 1884 Memorial 42/356

HAWKE, Charles farmer Appila Hundred of Appila land grant 1882 Grant Book 24 Page 510 County Frome

No 1

HAWKE, Charles Edward farmer Torrens Vale 1901 Application 24177

HAWKE, Charles Edward and John Nicholas Hawke farmers Torrens Vale 1923 Memorial 86/489

HAWKE, Charles Edward farmer formerly of Torrens Vale but now of Prospect linked with John Nicholas Hawke farmer Torrens Vale and Alice Hamp Hawke his wife 1938 Memorial 39/512

HAWKE, Charles Edward farmer formerly of Torrens Vale but now of 45 Prospect Road, Prospect linked with John Nicholas Hawke farmer Torrens Vale and Alice Hamp Hawke his wife 1940 Memorial 40/514

No 1

HAWKE, Ernest James labourer Pt Lincoln 1921 Memorial 182/483

HAWKE, Ernest James labourer Pt Lincoln, died 29/4/1922 intestate. Husband of Sarah Ann Hawke Memorial 102/498

HAWKE, Ernest James labourer Pt Lincoln, died 29/4/1922 intestate. His estate worth £75. His widow, Sarah Ann Hawke, remaried to a Mr BESANKO and lived at Pt Pirie by 1929. Mother of Rhoda Gertrude ATKINSON of Pt Lincoln, her only child Application 27715

No 1

HAWKE, Frederick of Kapunda and Mary Ann Hawke his wife. Parents of George Frederick Hawke, Elizabeth Ann Hawke and John Hawke 1868 Memorial 135/291

HAWKE, Mary Ann widow Moonta 1876, relict of the late Frederick Hawk formerly miner Kapunda 1866 Application 15212

HAWKE, Gordon Cedric labourer of Kapunda until September 1950 then out of business 14 Jervois St, Torrensville 1952 Application 28856

HAWKE, Henry labourer Coobowie Hundred of Melville land grant 1903s Grant Book 19 Page 88 County Fergusson

HAWKE, Henry Binney founder Kapunda 1872 Application 12010

HAWKE, James married Grace CORY both of this parish on 7/4/1836 St Cleather, Cornwall, England. The Hawkes emigrated to SA, where James Hawke labourer Bowden, died 18/1/1867 intestate of idiopathic tetanus, aged 54. His eldest son, Richard Hawke labourer North Adelaide, born August 1838, inherited his estate as heir at law Application 16752

HAWKE, James Walter formerly baker's assistant Cobar NSW but now baker Boulder City WA linked with William Alfred Hawke farmer Yankalilla 1906 Memorial 237/455

No 1 - likely to be the same person

HAWKE, Jane widow Willowie 1893 Memorial 99/417

HAWKE, Jane farmer Pinda 1897 Memorial 72/432

No 1

HAWKE, John miner Kapunda 1865 Application 6160

No 2

HAWKE, John farmer Kooringa. Hundred of Kingston land grant 1875 Grant Book 8 Page 174 County Burra

HAWKE, John farmer Hundred of Kingston Co Burra. Hundred of Appila land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 507 County Frome

No 3

HAWKE, John iron moulder Kapunda 1922 Application 27103

HAWKE, John ironmoulder Kapunda 1904 Memorial 90/451

HAWKE, John Edward Oliver the Younger farmer Booleroo 1897 Memorial 152/431

No 1

HAWKE, John Nicholas farmer Torrens Vale and Alice Hamp Hawke his wife 1944 Memorial 43/518

HAWKE, John Nicholas farmer Torrens Vale and Alice Hamp Hawke his wife 1944. Amelia Ann Hawk, who died 27/9/1919, probably belonged to this family Application 28376.

HAWKE, John Nicholas grazier Torrens Vale, died 11/8/1946 Victor Harbor. Husband of Alice Hamp Hawker Memorial 2/521

HAWKE, Leo proclaimed bank manager Burra 1950 Memorial 65/525

No 1

HAWKE, Nathaniel butcher Kapunda 1859[-1862] Memorial 59/156

HAWKE, Nathaniel Prince of Wales Oddfellows Lodge trustee Kapunda 1870 Application 11089

HAWKE, Nathaniel miner Kensington, lived in Kapunda between 1844-1871. His good friend John RICHARDS miner Kapunda lived there between 1851-1852 at least Application 22175

No 2

HAWKE, Nathaniel accountant Adelaide 1888 Memorial 153/392

No 3

HAWKE, Nicholas farmer Willunga 1852[-1854] Memorial 336/62

No 4

HAWKE, Nicholas farmer Yankalilla 1853[-1856] Memorial 215/57

HAWKE, Nicholas farmer Dairy Flat near Yankalilla 1858 Application 163

HAWKE, Nicholas farmer Yankalilla 1862 Application 3005

HAWKE, Nicholas farmer Torrens Vale, died c1882. His children by 1899 included Charles Edward Hawke farmer Dairy Flat, John Nicholas Hawke blacksmith Cobar NSW, James Walter Hawke farmer Cobar NSW, Louisa BENNETT formerly Hawke, Mary Jane CLARKE formerly Hawke, Selina Hawke and Daisy Amelia Hawke Application 23809

HAWKE, Nicholas farmer Dairy Flat Hundred of Yankalilla, died 26/9/1882. He made complicated trusts for the distribution of his estate to his wife, Amelia Ann Hawke, his sons Charles Edward Hawke (born 29/6/1869), John Nicholas Hawke (born 16/1/1873), and James Walter Hawke (born 16/8/1875); and daughters, Louisa Hawke, Selina Hawke, Mary Jane Hawke and Daisy Amelia Hawke Memorial 80/346

HAWKE, Nicholas, died 26/9/1882. Husband of Amelia Ann Hawke, who lived at Torrens Vale by 1899. Their youngest child, James Walter Hawke baker's assistant Cobar NSW, turned 21 on 16/8/1896. Other children in 1899 included: Charles Edward Hawke farmer Torrens Vale, John Nicholas Hawke blacksmith Cobar NSW, and Selina Hawke spinster Torrens Vale Memorial 230/437

HAWKE, Oliver labourer Mintaro, died 9/9/1929 Clare intestate. His next of kin - Mary GRYM married woman Plympton (wife of Charles Grym and sister of Oliver Hawke) and Elizabeth ALCOCK spinster Plympton. Rhoda ATKINSON married woman Pt Pirie supposed to be a daughter of Oliver Hawke's deceased brother. Another note records that Mary Grym was a daughter of Elizabeth Alcock Memorial 173/502 & RPA Search 781

No 1

HAWKE, Richard farmer Houghton 1854 Application 8819

HAWKE, Richard farmer near Houghton, died 11/4/1854. His widow, Eliza Hawke, still lived at Houghton in 1867 Application 8819

No 2

HAWKE, Richard miner Kapunda 1854 Memorial 30/75

HAWKE, Richard farmer Kapunda 1864 Memorial 70/198

HAWKE, Richard farmer Kapunda 1868 Application 9456

HAWKE, Richard storekeeper Hawkes Creek near Kapunda, died date uknown. He left legacies to his children, which included Mary Jane CHANT wife of James Chant farmer Millicent, Maria MEAD wife of Samuel Mead fellmonger Kapunda, and sons William Hawke, James Hawke, John Hawke quarryman Kapunda, and Nathaniel Hawke farmer Kapunda1883 Application 19952

HAWKE, Richard farmer Hawkes Creek near Kapunda, died 22/9/1869, of bronchitis and Morbus Brightii - hydropsia. He left real estate in and around Kapunda in trust to benefit his wife, Jane Hawke, and his sons, William, James, John and Nathaniel Hawke Memorial 8/237

HAWKE, Jane widow of Richard Hawke farmer Hawkes Creek, died 28/2/1876, of liver disease Application 15986

No 3

HAWKE, Richard yeoman Callington on the Bremer 1856[-1863] Memorial 270/109

HAWKE, Richard miner Callington 1864 Memorial 197/194

No 4

HAWKE, Richard gentleman Chain of Ponds 1857 Memorial 337/123

HAWKE, Richard farmer Chain of Ponds 1858 Memorial 90/143

No 5

HAWKE, Richard labourer Pt Adelaide 1863 Memorial 37/192

HAWKE, Richard labourer Portland Estate 1864 Memorial 186/198

No 6

HAWKE, Richard miner Kapunda 1891 Application 22074.

HAWKE, Richard labourer Kapunda 1895 Application 23011

HAWKE, Samuel Richard engineer Stephen Tce, Walkerville 1912 Memorial 152/467

HAWKE, Theodore John Charles merchant Adelaide 1898 Memorial 184/433

No 1

HAWKE, Thomas storeman Kanmantoo 1885 Memorial 102/365

HAWKE, Thomas storekeeper Kanmantoo, died 16/1/1917. Husband of Jane Hawke, who died 25/11/1937. Father of Mabel May LEANEY married woman and only child Kanmantoo Memorials 103 & 104/512

No 2

HAWKE, Thomas farmer Willowie 1911 Memorial 188/464

No 1

HAWK, William labourer Bowden 1840 Application 12008

HAWKE, William labourer Bowden 1857 Memorial 256/117

No 2

HAWKE, William miner Prospect 1841 Application 6883.

HAWKE, William formerly miner Prospect 1841 but now of Unley Park 1865 Application 6883

HAWKE, Susan widow Unley 1873, relict of the late William Hawke formerly gentleman Unley Park but now deceased Application 12876

No 3

HAWKE, William miner North Kapunda 1848[-1850] Memorial 280/13

HAWKE, William miner North Kapunda 1850 Memorial 276/23

HAWKE, William miner formerly of North Kapunda [no address given; not the William Hawke of Hawkes Creek, but linked with him] 1857 Memorial 11/119

HAWKE, William farmer Gawler Co Gawler. Hundred of Munno Para land grant 1853 Grant Book 1 Page 89 County Adelaide

HAWKE, William [formerly miner Kapunda but now] farmer Gawler Plains 1854 Memorial 66/69

HAWKE, William farmer Munno Para 1858 Memorial 255/139

HAWKE, William farmer Spring Farm Gawler Plains 1859 Memorial 86/154

HAWKE, William farmer Spring Farm Hundred of Munno Para near Gawler 1865 Application 6065

No 4

HAWKE, William miner Hawkes Creek 1857 Memorial 11/119

HAWKE, William farmer Kapunda 1863 Memorial 112/524

HAWKE, William farmer Kapunda. Kapunda Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee 1865 Memorial 275/206

HAWKE, William merchant Kapunda 1864[-1882] Memorial 235/198

HAWKE, William storekeeper Kapunda Kapunda Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee 1875[-1876] Application 14751

HAWKE, William formerly miner Hawkes Creek 1857 but now storekeeper Kapunda 1877 Application 16115

HAWKE, William storekeeper Kapunda 1877, a legatee in the will of the late Richard Hawkes formerly farmer Kapunda [Was Hawkes Creek named after him?] Application 15986

No 5

HAWKE, William farmer Hundred of Onkaparinga 1857[-1861] Memorial 310/114

HAWKE, William gardener Uraidla 1902, had taken out a land grant of Section 126, Hundred of Onkaparinga, 144 acres, in partnership with Catherine BRAY widow of the Onkaparinga, on 26/9/1856, for £260. On 12/2/1861, she made over the western portion of the Section to him Application 24472

No 6

HAWKE, WIlliam Alfred farmer Yankalilla linked with James Walter Hawke baker formerly of Cobar NSW but now of Boulder WA 1906 Memorial 237/455

No 1

HAWKE, WIlliam Henry miller Lyndoch Valley 1872 Memorial 206/263

HAWKE, William Henry miller Lyndoch Co Adelaide. Laura (Hundred of Booyoolie) township allotment land grant 1872 Grant Book 60 Page 452 County Victoria

HAWKE, William Henry farmer Tiparra 1896[-1903] Memorial 164/428

HAWKE, William Henry farmer Tiparra. Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1904[-1907] Grant Book 14 Page 427 County Daly

No 2

No 1 - likely to be the same person

HAWKEN, Henry farmer Middleton 1864 Application 5689

HAWKEN, Henry farmer near Goolwa 1878 Memorial 217/308

No 1 - likely to be the same person

HAWKEN, John gentleman Adelaide 1858 Memorial 353/147

HAWKEN, John Burt labourer Adelaide (Wright St) 1853[-1856] Memorial 462/59

No 1

HAWKEN, Thomas carpenter Adelaide (Wright St) 1849 Memorial 444/15

HAWKEN, Thomas labourer Adelaide (Wright St) 1849 Memorial 462/59

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

HAWKEN, Thomas fruiterer Adelaide (Hindley St) 1860 Memorial 208/168

No 3

HAWKEN, Thomas overseer Adelaide and Esther Hawken his wife 1900 Application 24119

HAWKEN, William quarryman Willunga 1864 Application 5034

HAWKER, Alfred Esquire North Adelaide 1866 Memorial 205/216

No 1

HAWKER, Arden Seymour formerly farmer Marola near Brinkworth but now a member of the AIF linked with the estate of the late Henry Colley Hawker of Homecroft Long Parish England 1918 Memorial 118/476

HAWKER, Arden Seymour farmer Marola Rochester near Brinkworth linked with Tyrrel Mann Hawker of 110 Abbey Road Mansions, St John's Wood Middlesex, England a major in HM Army 1920 Memorial 175/480

No 1

HAWKER, Charles Lloyd Esquire Hutt River 1851 Memorial 317/28

HAWKER, Charles Lloyd Esquire Anana 1854. Linked with James Collins Hawker HM Customs Officer Pt Adelaide Memorial 468/69

HAWKER, Claude Julian formerly Lieutenant then Colonel HM Regiment Coldstream Guards, but now of Smyrna serving with the Turkish Gendarmerie 1912. Son of the late Edward James Hawker 37 Cadogan Place, Middlesex, England Application 26070

No 1

HAWKER, EW solicitor Adelaide 1881 Memorial 116/333

HAWKER, EW solicitor Strathalbyn 1888 Memorial 110/393

No 1

HAWKER, George Charles Esquire The Briars near Adelaide 1857 Memorial 25/116

HAWKER, George Charles Speaker of the House of Assembly The Briars near Adelaide 1860 Memorial 214/169

HAWKER, George Charles Esquire formerly of The Briars near Adelaide but now in parts beyond the seas 1871 Memorial 7/256, Application 11597

HAWKER, George Charles gentleman The Briars near Adelaide 1885 Application 20638

No 1

HAWKER, James labourer Adelaide. Ebenezer Baptist Chapel trustee 1847 Memorial 54/10

No 2

HAWKER, James yeoman Nairne 1851 Memorial 249/32

HAWKER, James Gumeracha 1852 Memorial 38/43

HAWKER, James farmer Mt Torrens 1859 Application 861

No 1

HAWKER, James Collins officer in HM Customs Pt Adelaide 1854 Memorial 419/68

HAWKER, James Collins tide surveyor Pt Adelaide 1854 Memorial 349/72

HAWKER, Joanna Fitzgerald widow Mt Barker 1899 Memorial 6/438

No 1

HAWKER, MS clerk Adelaide 1879 Memorial 139/319

HAWKER, Michael Seymour stockowner Bungaree near Clare 1896 Memorial 22/428

HAWKER, Robert carrier Bordertown. Hundred of Tatiara land grant 1880 Grant Book 7 Page 8 County Buckingham

HAWKER, William Hunghu of Macclesfield 1878 Memorial 7/308

No 1

HAWKES, Christopher labourer Alberton 1867 Application 8683

HAWKES, Christopher labourer Fussell Place, Alberton 1884, had lived there for 31 years by Application 20206

HAWKES, Cuthbert insurance manager formerly of Hobart Tas but about to reside in Adelaide 1906 Memorial 2/456

HAWKES, Frances Sarah Ann widow Adelaide relict of the late John Hawkes 1862 Memorial 19/182

No 1

HAWKES, George William gentleman Glenelg 1868 Application 9435

HAWKES, George William of Glenelg, son of Robert Hawkes 1870 Application 11090

No 1

HAWKES, George Wright gentleman Norwood 1861, as attorney for Jacob MONTEFIORE in England Application 2517

HAWKES, George Wright Esquire Gawler 1880 Memorial 133/326

HAWKES, George Wright Esquire, formerly of Norwood, but now of parts beyond the sea 1884. Enrolment 72/53

HAWKES, Glen Gaskell sheepfarmer formerly of Kooringa but n ow of Adelaide 1947 Memorial 153/521

HAWKES, Henry wheelwright Adelaide 1866 Application 7834

HAWKES, Henry Mason clerk Pt Augusta 1884 Memorial 76/361

No 1

HAWKES, Henry Morgan agent Adelaide 1888 Memorial 177/390

HAWKES, H Morgan manager SA Land Mortgage and Agency Co Ltd 1888[-1891] Memorial 73/393

HAWKES, H Morgan manager SA Land Mortgage and Agency Co Ltd of King William St, Adelaide 1893 Memorial 38/416

HAWKES, Henry Morgan died 6/8/1900. Perhaps father of Herbert Lancelot wool exporter Adelaide 1908 Memorial 165/459

HAWKES, Herbert Lancelot wool expert Adelaide 1900[-1921] Memorial 44/441

No 1

HAWKES, James Symonds mercantile clerk Pt Adelaide 1878 Memorial 60/311

HAWKES, James Symonds gentleman Pt Adelaide 1882 Application 19199

HAWKES, James Symonds formerly accountant Pt Adelaide but now miner Silverton NSW 1884 Memorial 221/360

HAWKES, James Symonds formerly accountant Pt Adelaide, but now a miner of Silverton NSW, power of attorney to John WALLACE solicitor Pt Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 5/9/1884 Deposit 175/1884

HAWKES, JS bank official Terowie 1922 Memorial 6/487

No 1

HAWKES, John draper Adelaide 1849 Memorial 313/15

HAWKES, John Member of the SA Building and Investment Society Adelaide 1849 Memorial 414/15

HAWKES, John farmer formerly of Adelaide but now of Dry Creek 1852 Memorial 155/39

No 2

HAWKES, John labourer Portland Estate 1880 Application 18245

No 3

HAWKES, John clerk Wallaroo 1892 Memorial 139/415

HAWKES, John Edward mariner Portland Estate 1870 Memorial 3/250

No 1

HAWKES, John Henry Mason solicitor Adelaide 1884 Memorial 106/356

HAWKES, John Henry Mason clerk Port Augusta Hundred of Davenport land grant 1886 Grant Book 24 Page 667 County Frome

HAWKES, Jonathan storekeeper Glenelg 1865 Memorial 264/205

No 1

HAWKES, Jonathan Lea carpenter Glenelg 1873 Memorial 193/264

HAWKES, Jonathan Lea contractor Glenelg 1881 Memorial 140/329

HAWKES, Jonathan Lea architect Glenelg 1919 Application 26754

HAWKES, Lucy Webb widow College Park relict of the late Charles Robert Hawkes formerly bank manager Gladstone but then sharebroker College Park now deceased. Children - Phoebe Frances Hawkes, Dorothy Isobel Hawkes, Evelyn Muriel Hawkes, and Kathleen Lucy Hawkes all under 21 1907 Memorial 156/457

HAWKES, Martha widow Adelaide 1857 Memorial 107/127

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

HAWKES, Robert linen draper Adelaide 1850[-1854] Memorial 375/21

HAWKES, Robert of Adelaide, Secretary to the Town and Country Land and Building Society 1853 Application 25084

HAWKES, Robert general agent Adelaide (King William St) 1853[-1854] Memorial 385/60

HAWKES, Robert the Younger land agent Adelaide 1859[-1864] Memorial 25/159

HAWKES, Robert commercial agent Adelaide (King William St) 1853 Memorial 284/207 Commission agent Adelaide 1865 Memorial 286/207

HAWKES, Robert the Elder agent Adelaide, died c1860. He left his estate to his wife, Sarah Hawkes. His son, Robert Hawkes the Younger, to be the executor of the will. Sarah Hawkes widow Glenelg, died c1878, leaving all her estate to her son, George William Hawkes. She could not write Application 20600

HAWKES, Robert the Elder agent Adelaide, died c1866, He left his entire estate to his wife, Sarah Hawkes, absolutely. His son, Robert Hawkes the Younger mentioned Memorial 29/215

HAWKES, Robert the Elder agent Adelaide, died c1866. All his estate to his wife, Sarah Hawkes absolutely. Their son, Robert HAWKES the Younger was joint executor Enrolment 22/1847

HAWKES, Robert of Glenelg, died not stated. His widow, Sarah Hawkes still lived at Glenelg in 1878. Linked with George William Hawkes agent Glenelg Memorial 110/358

HAWKES, Sarah widow of the late Robert Hawkes land agent Adelaide 1867 Application 8181

HAWKES, Sarah widow Glenelg 1873, relict of the late Robert Hawkes Esquire formerly of Adelaide 1860 Application 12965

HAWKES, Sarah widow Glenelg, power of attorney to George William HAWKES agent Adelaide, to manage her SA business affairs 14/8/1873 Deposit 239/1873

No 2

HAWKES, Robert accountant Adelaide 1856 Memorial 266/105

HAWKES, Robert the Elder agent Adelaide 1862, as heir at law of his late son, Robert Hawkes the Younger accountant Norwood Application 2991.

HAWKES, Robert accountant Norwood 1862 Application 3357.

HAWKES, Robert Joseph son of Robert Hawkes accountant Adelaide, died 10/10/1861 Norwood, at home of phthisis, aged 25 Application 2991.

No 3 - perhaps a continuation of No 2

HAWKES, Robert clerk ES & A Bank Adelaide 1891 Memorial 46/409

No 1

HAWKES, Robert J assistant accountant ES & A Bank, Adelaide 1892 Memorial 92/414

HAWKES, Robert Joseph E S & A Bank accountant Adelaide (King William St) 1897 Memorial 96/430

HAWKES, Robert Joseph in the service of the ES & A Bank Ltd at its banking house in Adelaide 1909 Memorial 96/461

No 1

HAWKES, Waldemar Gaskell station manager Koonoona 1894 Memorial 81/422

HAWKES, Waldemar Gaskell station manager Kooringa. St Mary's Anglican Church trustee 1905 Memorial 8/454

HAWKES, Waldemar Gaskell station manager Koonoona near Kooringa 1907 Memorial 219/456

HAWKES, William farmer Hundred of Tickera 1891[-1894] Memorial 203/409

HAWKEY, John clergyman late Rector Kingston Seymour, Somerset, England, and previously of the Island of Guernsey, died 17/12/1853 Church House, Parish of Clewer, Berks, England, of 9 weeks’ apoplexy, aged 72. Harriet EARL of Yallow, Somerset, registered the death at Windsor, Berks. Mr Hawkey left his entire estate to his wife, Ann. She appointed John HART merchant Adelaide, as her local attorney to transfer his SA estate [a section in the Light Special Survey] to his eldest son, Rev’d Montague John Gregg HAWKEY Rector of Kimpton, Somerset, England. Application 2834

HAWEY, James gentleman Adelaide (King William St) 1879 Memorial 48/313

HAWKIN/HAWKINS, John Rose clerk to Arthur CHAPMAN of Grenfell St, Adelaide 1881 Memorial 186/336

HAWKINGS, AE draper Orroroo 1886 Memorial 6/381

No 1

HAWKINGS, Samuel farmer Hindmarsh 1849 Memorial 473/28

HAWKINGS, Samuel farmer Gawler Plains 1851 Memorial 35/29

HAWKINGS, Samuel farmer Brompton 1856 Memorial 258/111

HAWKINS, George William butcher Crafers 1871 Memorial 30/252

HAWKINS, CW clerk in holy orders Auburn 1871 Memorial 167/259

No 1

HAWKINS, Frederick George and Harry farmers Napperby linked with William Hawkins of Norwood 1891 Memorials 3 & 4/409

HAWKINS, Frederick George enginedriver Warnertown, died 19/6/1910. Two of the executors 1917 – Ellen Hawkins widow Napperby and Frederick William Ernest Hawkins farmer Napperby Grant Book 60 Page 403 County Victoria

HAWKINS, Hartley Gladstone farmer Warnertown. Trustee Institute Warnertown Warnertown (Hundred of Napperby) township allotment land grant 1901[-1902] Grant Book 60 Page 417 & 418 County Victoria

HAWKINS, Henry gentleman Adelaide 1878 Memorial 237/314

HAWKINS, Henry Rupert medical practitioner Mt Gambier 1935 Application 27973

No 1

HAWKINS, John Esquire Glynde 1864 Memorial 19/200

HAWKINS, John Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now of Glynde 1865 Memorial 289/200

HAWKINS, John gentleman Payneham 1865 Application 5905

HAWKINS, John gentleman formerly of the Cosford Estate in the parish of Thursley, Hundred of Godalming, Surrey, England, but then of Cosford pt Section 280 Payneham, District of East Torrens, died c1866. He left his estate in trust for the benefit of his daughters - Isabella Hawkins, Caroline Hawkins, Fanny Susannah Hawkins and Kate Hawkins - to be sold or leased as the trustees saw fit, except for the family home and its content which should remain in the family for any of the unmarried daughters to live in Memorial 109/213

HAWKINS, Isabella spinster Cosford Payneham 1866 Memorial 88/216

HAWKINS, Isabella spinster Parkside 1867 Memorial 135/221

No 1

HAWKINS, John labourer Bordertown. Bordertown (Hundred of Tatiara) allotment land grant 1868 Grant Book 66 Page 68 County Buckingham

HAWKINS, John sawyer Bordertown. Hundred of Wirrega land grant 1873 Grant Book 7 Page 38 County Buckingham

HAWKINS, Joseph of the Torrens 1858 Memorial 217/132

HAWKINS, Mary widow Adelaide, about to leave the province for some considerable time, power of attorney to Luther SCAMMELL merchant Adelaide, to manage her SA business affairs 11/1/1882 Deposit 187/1882

HAWKINS, Montague solicitor 2 St Mary Axe, London, Middlesex, England, power of attorney to Algernon Sidney CLARK merchant Adelaide, to represent his interests in the estate of John HAWKINS gentleman Cosford :Payneham, District of East Torrens, who died c1866. Isabella CLARK formerly Isabella HAWKINS now the wife of Algernon Sidney CLARK, and Alfred SPENCE Esquire Adelaide, the executors 3/8/1876 Deposit 242/1876

HAWKINS, Otto tobacconist Adelaide 1851 Memorial 220/33

No 1

HAWKINS, Richard Dixon licensed victualler Section 1004 Survey B near Adelaide 1847 Memorial 385/8

HAWKINS, Richard Dixon farmer the Tin Pot Hundred of Strathalbyn 1856[-1857] Memorial 217/110

HAWKINS, Richard Dixon licensed victualler Kent on the Bremer 1857 Memorial 11/129

HAWKINS, Richard Dixon innkeeper Langhorne Creek 1858 Langhorne Creek District School trustee Memorial 59/152

HAWKINS, Richard Dixon licensed victualler Bridge Hotel, Echunga, 7-year lease at £30 a year to Jacob HAGEN Esquire formerly of Echunga but now in parts beyond the seas 1866 Memorial 81/216

HAWKINS, Richard Dixon gentleman Semaphore Le Fevre Peninsula 1876 Memorial 188/289

HAWKINS, Sarah widow Adelaide [relict of RD Hawkins], about to leave the province, power of attorney to William Nathaniel CROWDER gentleman Adelaide, to manage her SA business interests 14/2/1883 Deposit 57/1883

HAWKINS, Samuel farmer Kapunda 1857 Memorial 50/116

No 1

HAWKINS, WIlliam carpenter Upper Sturt 1853 Hundred of Encounter Bay land grant Memorial 133/57

HAWKINS, William farmer formerly of the Upper Sturt but now of Inman Valley 1856 Memorial 238/102

HAWKINS, William farmer Inman River Hundred of Encounter Bay land grant 1864 Grant Book 36 Page 137 County Hindmarsh

No 2

HAWKINS, William farmer Napperby 1887 Memorial 212/383

HAWKINS, William farmer formerly of Napperby but then of Rokeby Ave, Norwood, died 9/3/1898. Husband of Harriet Hawkins. Father-in-law of David LINDSAY fireman Kilkenny. Charles William HOSKIN farmer Baroota mentioned as a trustee. Harry Hawkins no description a member of this family Memorials 123 & 124/434

No 1

HAWKINS, William Clement farmer Inman Valley 1870 Application 10963

HAWKINS, William Clement farmer Inman Valley Co Hindmarsh. Hundred of Napperby land grant 1882 Grant Book 60 Page 390 County Victoria

HAWKINS, William Clement farmer Napperby. Trustee Wesleyan Methodist Church Hundred of Napperby Hundred of Napperby land grant 1882 Grant Book 60 Page 390 County Victoria

HAWKINS, William Clement farmer Warnertown 1885 Memorial 148/366

HAWKINS, William Clement farmer Warnertown 1890 Memorial 230/405

HAWKINS, William Clement farmer Warnertown, had died by 1903. Executors – Miriam Jane Hawkins widow Warnertown and John Charles TUCKER farmer Hoyleton Grant Book 60 Page 397 County Victoria

HAWKS, Edward farmer Gladstone 1884 Memorial 13/357

HAWLEY, William farmer Gawler 1854[-1858] Memorial 230/67Hundred of Waterloo land grant 1854 Memorial 230/74

HAWORTH, James linked with Section 144 Hundred of Yongala Co Dalhousie 1882 Memorial 189/340

HAWORTH, Richard farmer Yongala. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1890 Grant Book 13 Page 203 County Dalhousie

HAWS, Patrick farmer Peachey Belt 1869 Memorial 137/244

HAWSON, Arthur Lawrence formerly grazier Polda Station near Elliston then retired 12 Cross Rd, Ridge Park (now part of Myrtle Bank), died 20/7/1965. He left his Myrtle Bank home to his sister, Florence Coralie BARRY for life, then to be sold and the proceeds divided equally amongst his nieces Patricia TOBIN, Shirley CONDON and Geraldine ADAMS. His nephew John Barry to inherit Polda Station. Some other minor bequests. The rest of the estate to go to his two sisters, Mabel Amelia JACOBS and Florence Coralie BARRY in equal shares Application 29642

HAWSON, Charles Driver grazier North Plympton 1920[-1925] Memorial 183/481

HAWSON, George of Enfield and Elizabeth Hawson spinster Enfield had died. Family interested in their respective estates as of 1905 included; Margaret Hawson spinster Enfield, Isabella LAWRENCE wife of William John Lawrence gentleman Fremantle WA, Emilia Figurado Hawson spinster Enfield, and George Gregory Hawson farmer Polda near Pt Lincoln Memorial 195/453

HAWSON, George Gregory farmer Polda 1913 Memorial 140/468

HAWSON, Gregory sheep farmer Polda 1870[-1881] Memorial 65/244

No 1

HAWSON, Henry Esquire of SA, perhaps already at Pt Lincoln 1839 Deposit 304/1860

HAWSON, Henry Esquire of Pt Lincoln 1844 Memorial 387/71

HAWSON, Henry gentleman Towella near Pt Lincoln 1848 Memorial 351/18

HAWSON, Henry died 1854. He left his whole estate to his wife, Elizabeth Hawson. Hawson had made his will on 2/2/1833 at St Johns Newfoundland, where he was a merchant. He had a lease of Bishop’s Farm at Riverhead where the family lived, plus a freehold property called Spraxton leased to Phillip Knight and William Gorman and Eleanor Dulluhanty. These properties had been given up when the Hawson family moved to SA. Elizabeth Hawson inherited and subsequently sold all the land Henry Hawson owned in and around Pt Lincoln Application 27795

HAWSON, Elizabeth hotelkeeper Lake Wangary 1904 Deposit 45/1911

HAWSON, Elizabeth widow formerly of Lake Wangary but then of Nailsworth died 16/9/1912. Children - Letitia Kennett, Matthew George Hawson, Robert Hawson, Amy Doig. Step-daughter - Clara McKay. Cash in the testator’s possession at the time of her decease to be divided equally amongst the children, after estate expenses paid. Real estate to go into trust and the income paid out in equal shares to the children for life. Each child to inherit an equal portion of the income due any child who dies. After all children have died, all the property to be sold, and the proceeds shared equally to the eldest surviving child of each of the testator’s children Application 26241

No 2

HAWSON, Henry sheep farmer Point Brown 1865 Memorial 12/206

No 1

HAWSON, Henry Cowell master of the brigantine Abeona 1838 Application 26765

HAWSON, Henry Cowell stockholder Pt Lincoln Hundred of Lincoln land grant 1856[-1858] Grant Book 21 Page 3 County Flinders

HAWSON, Henry Cowell gentleman formerly of Pt Lincoln and then of Magill, died c1882. He left his entire estate to his wife, Frances Maria Hawson Memorial 30/347

No 1

HAWSON, Matthew George sheepfarmer Lake Wangary 1899 Memorial 1/438

HAWSON, Matthew George farmer Lake Wangary and Catherine Mary Hawson his wife 1910 Memorial 131/462

HAWSON, Matthew George farmer Pt Lincoln bought the former Pt Lincoln Methodist manse in 1907. He and his two sons, Leslie Bond Hawson labourer Pt Lincoln and Thomas Bond Hawson railway guard Pt Lincoln, lived there until the early 1930s. The Methodists built the 6 room stone house in 1881. MG Hawson built the sheds in 1908 Application 28238

HAWSON, Matthew George farmer Pt Lincoln 1920 Memorial 166/481

No 1

HAWSON, Robert G law clerk Clare 1884[-1888] Memorial 204/355

HAWSON, Robert G law clerk Adelaide 1892 Memorial 110/414

No 1

HAWSON, Thomas Bond farmer Pt Lincoln 1857 Memorial 196/126

HAWSON, Thomas Bond licensed victualler Pt Lincoln Hundred of Warrow land grant 1876 Grant Book 21 Page 153 County Flinders

HAWSON, Thomas Bond licensed victualler Lake Wangary Hundred of Warrow land grant 1880[-1886] Grant Book 21 Page 155 County Flinders

HAWSON, Thomas Bond the Elder gentleman Lake Wangary, died 1/9/1907. Husband of Elizabeth Hawson. Estate worth £400. Elizabeth Hawson widow formerly of Lake Wangary but then of Nailsworth, died 16/9/1912. Her £6,000 assets included the Lake Wangary Hotel. Mother of Letitia KENNETT, Matthew George Hawson, Robert Hawson and Amy DOIG. Step-mother of Clara MCKAY Memorials 18 & 19/468

HAWSON, Elizabeth formerly hotelkeeper but now widow Lake Wangary 1910 Memorial 131/462

No 2

HAWSON, Thomas Bond the Younger farmer Lake Wangary Hundred of Lake Wangary land grant 1880 Grant Book 179 Page 179 County Flinders

HAWSON, Thomas Bruce farmer Lake Wangary near Pt Lincoln 1892 Memorial 209/414

No 1

HAWTHORN, James Kenyon gentleman Glenelg 1883 Memorial 83/347

HAWTHORN, James Kenyon gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now of London, Middlesex, England 1883[-1884] Memorial 117/364

HAWTHORNE, Alexander Thomas farmer Pinnaroo. Pinnaroo (Hundred of Pinnaroo) township allotment land grant 1947 Grant Book 12 Page 80 County Chandos

HAWTHORNE, Ethel May spinster Dawesley 1936, declared that she had been born on 9/4/1914 Application 28052

HAWTHORNE, Ethel Rose married woman Dawesley 1926 Application 27530

HAWTHORNE, John Robert farmer Willowie 1914 Memorial 17/471

No 1

HAWTHORNE, Thomas farmer Scott Creek near Nairne 1860 Memorial 332/169

HAWTHORNE, Thomas farmer Dawesley near Nairne. He rented land from the Smillie Estate 1882 Application 19038

HAWTHORNE, Thomas the Elder farmer Dawesley, died c 1910. Father of Thomas Hawthorne the Younger farmer Dawesley and brother of Alexander Hawthorne farmer Booleroo Memorial 181/464

HAWTHORNE, William carpenter Crafers 1872 Memorial 62/264

No 1

HAWKESWELL, Joseph farmer Allen Creek near Kapunda 1866 Memorial 124/215

HAWXWELL, Joseph farmer near Kapunda 1870 Memorial 26/247

HAWXWELL, Joseph farmer Allendale near Kapunda 1881 Application 18535

No 1

HAY, Alexander stockholder Chain of Ponds 1842 Memorial 136/2 General dealer Adelaide (Rundle St) 1853 Memorial 233/52 Storekeeper Adelaide 1853 Memorial 362/60

HAY, Alexander grocer Adelaide 1855 Clayton Congregational Chapel trustee Memorial 206/91

No 1

HAY, Alexander labourer Pt Adelaide 1894 Application 22725

HAY, Alice governess Marachowie 1895 Memorial 71/426

HAY, Andrew Wilson and James Hamilton Hay sheepfarmers Harrogate 1915 Memorial 154/472

No 1

HAY, Archibald farmer OB Flat 1878 Memorial 94/310

HAY, Archibald farmer OB Flat 1905 Application 25078

No 2

HAY, Archibald sheepfarmer Mayford near Harrogate 1882 Memorial 160/440

No 3

HAY, Archibald district council clerk Mintaro 1913 Memorial 30/469

HAY, Archibald formerly district council clerk Mintaro but now store manager Ardath WA 1925 Memorial 13/493

HAY, Archibald Dauntless business manager Bordertown 1933, already manager of the Bordertown branch of Goldsborough Mort & Co, Ltd on 5/7/1921 Application 27907

No 1

HAY, Charles farmer Normanville 1912 Memorial 228/465

HAY, Charles [formerly farmer Normanville but now] gentleman Prospect 1916 Memorial 16/475

HAY, Colin C overseer Narracoorte 1885 Memorial 191/364

HAY, Daniel commonly known as Donald Hay grazier Mt Graham Flat near Millicent 1894 Memorial 217/423

No 1

HAY, Donald manager Morambro 1874 Memorial 69/274

HAY, Donald sheep farmer Mt Muirhead 1875 Memorial 6/281

HAY, Donald sheep farmer Mt Muirhead 1875 Application 20302

HAY, Donald overseer Millicent Hundred of Mt Muirhead land grant 1884[-1885] Grant Book 31 Page 200 County Grey

HAY, Duncan shepherd for Mr HAWKER of Clare 1850 Memorial 489/22

HAY, Edward formerly labourer Brompton 1855 but now miner Mt Blackwood Diggings Vic 1864 Application 5092

HAY, Edward Joseph farmer Bull Creek 1949 Memorial 151/523

HAY, Elizabeth spinster North Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of Tatiara land grant 1882 Grant Book 7 Page 11 County Buckingham

HAY, Evelyn whipmaker Adelaide 1910 Memorial 239/463

HAY, Frederick John motor mechanic 54 Corunna Ave, Colonel Light Gardens. Edwardstown East Workmen's Hall Inc trustee 1929 Memorial 33/502

HAY, Henry master mariner Adelaide 1842 Memorial 233/5

HAY, Hester Ann of Government Tank, Hundred of Brownlow 1883 Memorial 57/350

No 1

HAY, James labourer Kensington 1847 Memorial 147/8

No 2

HAY, James yeoman Mintaro 1850 Memorial 131/24

HAY, James labourer Mintaro 1852 Memorial 302/43

No 3

HAY, James master mariner Pt Adelaide 1852[-1856] Memorial 251/45

HAY, James master mariner Le Fevre Peninsula 1854 Memorial 347/62

HAY, James master mariner North Adelaide Co Adelaide. Wallaroo (Hundred of Wallaroo) township allotment land grant 1861 Grant Book 14 Page 3 County Daly

HAY, James master mariner Pt Adelaide, died 23/11/1862. He left his entire estate in trust to support his wife, Catherine, for during her widowhood, and the maintenance of his children - Christina, James and John, until they reach 21 or the daughter marries. Trustees had power to sell the schooner Daphne ‘to be used and traded with from port to port’, if her operation was not profitable after a year. Any income not used for the support of his wife and family to be re-invested. After the wife died, the estate to be divided equally amongst the children. ‘And whereas my said wife being very intemperate and otherwise likely to misconduct herself, … I declare and direct that if at any time after my decease my said wife shall be guilty of or commit repeaed acts of intemperance or in any other manner misconduct herself, and my said trustees or executors shall be fully satisfied that my said wife has been guilty of or committed such acts of intemperance … I declare that my said wife shall forthwith cease to be entitled to any allowance out of my estate for her maintenance’. The trustees to take direct charge of the children’s upbringing in this instance. Trustees: Hugh QUIN harbour master Pt Adelaide and George SINCLAIR draper Pt Adelaide. His gold watch to go to the Rev’d Mr HODGE of Pt Adelaide, and his clothing to his uncle, Thomas HAY master mariner Strenrare, Scotland, ‘to be sent as convenient by my trustees after my decease’. Enrolment 87/51

No 4

HAY, James labourer New Hamburgh 1854 Memorial 486/65

No 5

HAY, James farmer Inverbrackie 1856 Memorial 487/97

HAY, James sheep farmer The Bremer 1864[-1869] Memorial 315/199

No 6 - likely to be the same person

HAY, James shepherd Mosquito Creek Lake Alexandrina 1858 Deposit 515/1858

HAY, James shepherd Mosquito Creek Lake Alexandrina Hundred of Blanche land grant 1858 Grant Book 30 Page 37 County Grey

HAY, James formerly shepherd Mosquito Creek Lake Alexandrina but now farmer Mt Gambier 1861 Application 2429

HAY, James farmer OB Flat near Mt Gambier 1864 Memorial 329/199

HAY, James farmer OB Flat, died c1865. His son, Peter Hay farmer OB Flat, was one of the trustees of his will Memorial 206/202

No 7

HAY, James shipping agent Wallaroo trustee Cemetery Wallaroo 1866 Grant Book 14 Page 73 County Daly
No 8

HAY, James blacksmith Tyeden Vic linked with Peter Hay farmer OB Flat near Mt Gambier 1877 Memorial 114/298

No 9

HAY, James sheep farmer The Glen by the Bremer near Woodside, died 29/7/1886. His wife,Agnes Hay, had die 6/6/1879, of exhaustion, age 73 His son, Archibald Dauntless Hay, had died 23/6/1886. Was Joseph Hay bank clerk Adelaide a son? 1886 Application 21018.

No 10

HAY, John and HAY, William Hensley sheep farmers Olive Grove near Bordertown 1897 Application 23388

HAY, John grazier Bordertown 1938, born 4/8/1866, declared that he had lived in the Bordertown district since 1872 Application 28120

No 11

HAY, James solicitor Adelaide about to proceed to Europe 1902 Memorial 35/447

No 1

HAY, John farmer Tantanoola 1887 Memorial 135/387

HAY, John farmer Tantanoola Hundred of Hindmarsh land grant 1892 Grant Book 30 Page 204 County Grey

No 2

HAY, John farmer Mt Gambier 1897 Memorial 60/430

No 3

HAY, John and William Hensley Hay sheepfarmers Olive Grove near Bordertown Hundred of Rivoli Bay land grant 1898 Grant Book 31 Page 259 County Grey

HAY, John grazier Bordertown and Flora Elizabeth Hay his wife 1919 Application 26807

HAY, John Robert Clare mariner Adelaide 1909 Application 25547

No 1

HAY, John Clarke born 25/8/1853, son of James Hay master mariner Le Fevre Peninsula and Catherine nee MCINTYRE. Linked with James Spain Hay of Pt Adelaide 1882 Application 19095

HAY, John Clarke farmer Pt Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of Mongolata land grant 1882 Grant Book 9 Page 118 County Burra

No 1
HAY, Joseph bank messenger Adelaide 1881 Application 18672

HAY, Joseph messenger Adelaide 1885 Memorial 105/363

HAY, Joseph messenger to the Bank of Australasia Adelaide Branch and Caroline Mary Hay his wife 1886 Memorial 223/377

HAY, Joseph bank messenger Adelaide executor for the will of Archibald Hay late farmer Harrogate 1886 Memorial 130/379

HAY, Joseph messenger Adelaide and Caroline Mary Hay his wife 1899 Memorial 111/437

HAY, Margaret of Tatiara. Hundred of Tatiara land grant 1882 Grant Book 7 Page 11 County Buckingham

No 1
HAY, Robert farmer Tapley Hill 1851[-1853] Memorial 90/33

HAY, Robert publican Tapley Hill 1854 Memorial 401/68

HAY, Robert licensed victualler Tapley's Hotel, Tapley Hill 1855 Memorial 261/89

HAY, Robert farmer Tapley Hill 1856 Memorial 276/112

HAY, Robert licensed victualler Reynella 1860 Memorial 250/169

HAY, Robert licensed victualler Reynella, died c1861. He left his entire estate to his wife, Jane Galbraith Hay Memorial 175/180

HAY, Robert licensed victualler Reynella, died c1862. His estate to his wife, Jane Galbraith Hay Enrolment 33/43

No 2
HAY, Robert of Dunfermline, Co Fife, Scotland, power of attorney to Alexander Hay merchant Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 24/6/1854 Deposit 469/1854

HAY, Robert manufacturer Dunfermline, Co Fife, Scotland 1855 Memorial 269/89

No 3
HAY, Robert farmer Yacka Hundred of Yackamoorundie 1879 Memorial 20/319

HAY, Robert 42 farmer Yacka (Father; James Hay) m 2/10/1879 Glenelg Wesleyan Parsonage Grace TRENOWETH 49 widow Woodside (Father; Charles Thomas Trenoweth). Witnesses; T SHOBBROKE farmer Marion, Hilda BOGLE of Glenelg Deposit 4/1913

HAY, Grace wife of Robert HAY near Yacka, died 21/2/1896, of carcinoma and oesophagi, aged 68 Deposit 5/1913

No 1
HAY, Rosina of Franklin St, Adelaide 1880 Memorial 170/325

HAY, Rosina of Franklin St, Adelaide 1884 Memorial 247/357

HAY, Samuel gardener Campbelltown 1882 Application 19548

HAY, Thomas storekeeper Little Para 1851 Memorial 264/34

HAY, Thomas Davidson engineer North Adelaide 1877 Memorial 213/302

No 1

HAY, William farmer Meadows Special Survey 1848 Memorial 439/11

HAY, William farmer The Meadows 1855 Memorial 264/112

No 2

HAY, William printer Adelaide [He had just finished as licensed victualler The Queen's Arms Brown St Adelaide] 1858[-1869] Memorial 240/138

HAY, William printer North Adelaide 1870 Memorial 198/246

No 3

HAY, William a foundation shareholder with 3,000 shares in the East Balhannah Bismuth and Copper Mining Company which had its search land on Bonney Flat 1873 Memorial 153/264

No 4

HAY, William and Peter farmers Mt Gambier 1866 Application 8018

HAY, William farmer Mt Gambier 1873[-1886] Memorial 114/267, Application 21002

HAY, William farmer Mt Gambier. Hundred of Mayurra land grant 1878[-1885] Grant Book 31 Page 224 County Grey

No 5

HAY, William sheepfarmer Penola Co Grey. Hundred of Tatiara land grant 1882 Grant Book 7 Page 11 County Buckingham

No 6

HAY, William farmer Hundred of Tiparra Co Daly 1890[-1894] Memorial 93/405

No 7 FIND DOES THIS GO WITH NO 5?

HAY, William farmer Olive Grove near Bordertown, died c1896. Father of John Hay and William Hensley Hay farmers Olive Grove and father-in-law of John THOMSON miller Narracoorte. W Hay owned land at Rendlesham and Meadows Memorial 33/430

HAYBALL, Robert labourer Bowden 1868 Application 9331

No 1
HAYCOCK, John brewer Gawler 1852 Memorial 218/39

HAYCOCK, John brewer Adelaide late 1852[-1853] Memorial 422/45

HAYCRAFT, Caroline formerly Caroline HAWKINS no description. Fanny S Hawkins of North Adelaide mentioned but not described 1879 Memorial 51/317

No 1 - probaby the same person
HAYCRAFT, Joseph Henry accountant Adelaide 1885 Memorial 229/368

HAYCRAFT, Joseph Henry gentleman East Adelaide 1894 Memorial 167/420

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

HAYCRAFT, JH manufacturer Echunga [probably employed Peter BOYLE engine driver Echunga] 1890 Memorial 202/402

HAYDON, J Harry of Collingrove near Angaston 1870 Memorial 208/257

No 1

HAYDON, John farmer Hoyleton 1891 Memorial 185/408

HAYDON, John farmer Hoyleton Co Stanley. Hundred of Pinnaroo land grant 1908 Grant Book 12 Page 43 County Chandos

HAYDON, Robert carpenter Bertha near Willaston 1864 Memorial 43/196

No 1 - perhaps the same person

HAYDON, Thomas wheelwright Morphett Vale 1861 Memorial 228/174

HAYDON, Thomas farmer Morphett Vale 1871 Memorial 187/254

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

HAYDON, Thomas farmer Hoyleton 1904 Application 24863

HAYDON, Thomas the Elder farmer Hoyleton, died 9/9/1907. Father of John and Peter Haydon of Hoyleton Memorial 43/458

FLETCHER, Mary Jane widow Robe, formerly Mary Jane HAYDON daughter of Thomas Haydon farmer Hoyleton, who died 9/9/1907, and his wife, Bridget Haydon, who died 5/1/1910 Application 28778

No 3

HAYDON, Thomas carpenter North Adelaide 1881 Memorial 202/331

HAYDON, Thomas John gentleman Wilcannia NSW. Marree (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1884 Grant Book 65 Page 135 County Not named

HAYDON, William Lloyd butcher Carrieton. Hundred of Eurelia land grants 1882 Grant Book 13 Page 381 County Dalhousie

HAYDON, William Richard labourer Roseworthy. Salisbury Strict Baptist Chapel trustee 1914 Memorial 72/470

HAYER, Julian of near Penola 1871 Memorial 230/254

HAYES, Alfred railway employee Pt Augusta trustee Pt Augusta Bible Christian Chapel 1884 Application 20383

HAYES, Archibald labourer Booyoolie. Hundred of Yangya land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 86 County Victoria

No 1

HAYES, Charles livery stable keeper Pt Adelaide 1856 Memorial 227/98

No 2 – perhaps the same person

HAYES, Charles of Mt Gambier 1858 Memorial 125/136

HAYES, Charles farmer Tarpeena Hundred of Mingbool land grant 1870 Grant Book 31 Page 119 County Grey

No 3

HAYES, Charles farmer Yorke Peninsula. Hundred of Maitland land grant 1878 Grant Book 19 Page 103 County Fergusson

HAYES, Charles farmer Carribie. Hundred of Wauraltee land grant 1881 Grant Book 19 Page 223 County Fergusson

HAYES, Charles Alexander farmer Corney Point 1891 Memorial 118/408

No 1

HAYES, Christopher farmer Adelaide 1853 Hundred of Yankalilla land grant Memorial 391/50 Farmer formerly of Adelaide but now of Yankalilla 1853 Memorial 31/51

HAYES, Christopher farmer Adelaide 1854[-1855] Memorial 98/75 Hundred of Noarlunga lease farmland Memorial 286/82

HAYES, Christopher farmer Hurtle Vale 1857 Memorial 109/130

HAYES, Christopher farmer Coromandel Valley 1859 Memorial 173/154

HAYES, David John labourer Mt Bryan. Mt Bryan (Hundred of Kingston) township allotment land grant 1912 Grant Book 9 Page 211 County Burra

No 1

HAYES, Edward and John farmers Wirrabara 1894 Memorial 14/423

HAYES, Edward, John, Patrick and Thomas farmers Wirrabara 1898 Memorial 162a/435

HAYES, Frederick and George graziers Bagdad near Robe 1903[-1905] Memorial 93/449

HAYES, Frederick Charles Esquire Adelaide 1847 Memorial 97/10 Now of parts beyond the sea 1851. Enrolment 75/9

No 1

HAYES, George William stockholder near Guichen Bay Hundred of Waterhouse land grant 1861 Grant Book 50 Page 18 County Robe

HAYES, George William stockholder Bagdan near Robe Co Robe 1867 Application 8066

HAYES, George William stockholder Robe administrator of the estate of Mary BRYAN of Robe who died 10/10/1879 intestate Memorial 85/318

HAYES, George William no description died date not stated. Husband of Margaret Johnson Hayes widow Bagdad near Robe who died c1895. Parents of George Hayes, Frederick Hayes and William Hutchison Hayes graziers Bagdad near Robe. [Apparently other children in this family] Memorial 17/424

HAYES, Harvey Francis Town Clerk 4 Ormonde Ave, Colonel Light Gardens 1953, Clerk of the Corporation of Mitcham as from 7/1/1952 Application 28937

No 1

HAYES, James farmer Allen Creek 1864 Memorial 299/194

HAYES, James farmer near Kapunda Co Light. Hundred of Tarcowie land grant 1880 Grant Book 13 Page 49 County Dalhousie

HAYES, James farmer formerly of Allen Creek but then later of Appila Yarowie Co Frome 1881 Application 18457.

No 2

HAYES, James labourer Elizabeth St, Woodside 1875[-1886] Memorial 14/281

HAYES, James Francis grazier 16 Emily St, Nailsworth and HAYES, Cletus James grazier Salisbury 1956 Application 29174

No 1

HAYES, James H law clerk Adelaide 1897[-1899] Memorial 248/433

HAYES, James H clerk to Thomas C HOLLAND solicitor Adelaide 1898[-1908] Memorial 171/454

No 1

HAYES, John labourer Williamstown 1860 Memorial 269/169

No 2

HAYES, John farmer Kooringa. Hundred of Kingston land grant 1868 Grant Book 8 Page 177 County Burra

HAYES, Maria widow Bridgewater 1880 Application 18322

HAYES, Mary widow Wistow near Mt Barker. Mother of Elizabeth Hayes spinster Mt Barker, who died 24/10/1928 intestate. Estate worth £10,910 Memorial 81/501

HAYES, Maurice labourer Murraytown Hundred of Wongyarra land grant 1899 Grant Book 23 Page 54 County Frome

HAYES, Michael Francis butcher Port Rd, Hindmarsh 1948 Application 28632

HAYES, Morgan labourer Strathalbyn died 21/7/1881 intestate. Father of John Hayes, Michael Hayes and Catherine Hayes. Martin CONSIDIE farmer Macclesfield became the children's 'next friend' in settling the estate 1885 Memorials 191 & 192/372

No 1 FIND CHECK RUN

HAYES, Mortimer and Patrick farmers Redhill. Hundred of Redhill land grant 1872 Grant Book 14 Page 352 County Daly

HAYES, Mortimer farmer Clare Co Stanley. Hundred of Redhill land grant 1874[-1876] Grant Book 14 Page 358 County Daly

HAYES, Morty farmer near Kapunda Co Light. Hundred of Tarcowie land grant 1881 Grant Book 13 Page 50 County Dalhousie

No 1
HAYES, Patrick and Thomas farmers Hundred of Belvidere Co Light 1866 Memorial 170/215

HAYES, Patrick farmer Hundred of Belvidere Co Light 1874 Memorial 177/273

HAYES, Patrick farm labourer The Broughton. Hundred of Redhill land grant 1878[-1884] Grant Book 14 Page 368 County Daly

No 2 – perhaps the same person

HAYES, Patrick farmer Appila. Hundred of Appila land grant 1882 Grant Book 24 Page 510 County Frome

HAYES, Patrick farmer Wirrabara Co . Hundred of Appila land grant 1885 Grant Book 24 Page 512 County Frome

No 3

HAYES, Patrick carrier Beltana Out of Hundreds. Beltana (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 65 Page 3 County Not named

No 1

HAYES, Richard farmer Mt Rufus. Hundred of Crystal Brook land grant 1879 Grant Book 60 Page 228 County Victoria

HAYES, Richard farmer near Crystal Brook. Hundred of Crystal Brook land grant 1880 Grant Book 60 Page 232 County Victoria

HAYES, Richard farmer Crystal Brook. Hundred of Booyoolie land grant 1882 Grant Book 60 Page 159 County Victoria

HAYES, Richard farmer Woolundunga 1885 Memorial 200/371

HAYES, Richard farmer Hundred of Woolundunga 1887 Memorial 94/384

No 1

HAYES, Sydney G law clerk Adelaide 1920 Memorial 136/479

HAYES, Sidney George clerk Holmesdale 1925[-1927] Memorial 190/493

No 1

HAYES, Thomas farmer Hundred of Kapunda 1854 Memorial 305/64

HAYES, Thomas farmer [formerly of the Hundred of Kapunda but now of the] Hundred of Belvidere 1860 Memorial 47/170

HAYES, Thomas farmer [formerly of the Hundred of Belvidere but now of the] Hundred of Waterloo 1869 Memorial 47/170

HAYES, Thomas the Elder farmer Waterloo Co Light. Hundred of Caltowie land grant 1879 Grant Book 60 Page 189 County Victoria

No 2

HAYES, Thomas the Younger labourer Waterloo Co Light. Hundred of Yangya land grant 1878[-1880] Grant Book 60 Page 93 County Victoria

HAYES, Thomas the Younger of Caltowie. Hundred of Caltowie land grant 1880 Grant Book 60 Page 193 County Victoria

No 3 FIND CHECK RUN

HAYES, Thomas carpenter Kapunda 1864 Memorial 237/199

HAYES, Thomas carpenter and cabinetmaker Snowtown. Hundred of Barunga land grant 1895 Grant Book 14 Page 478 County Daly

HAYES, TA mounted constable Blanchetown 1900 Memorial 46/441

HAYES, Thomas Benjamin miner Moonta Mines, died 1874. John Henry STACEY and Emily Frances Stacey of Bristol, Glos, England, inherited his estate Memorial 185/272

No 1

HAYES, Wesley carpenter Morphett Vale 1850 Memorial 2/26

HAYES, Wesley yeoman Morphett Vale 1852 Memorial 277/42

HAYES, William Wesley (commonly known as Wesley Hayes) yeoman Morphett Vale 1854 Memorial 224/66

No 1

HAYES, William master mariner Norwood, power of attorney to his wife, Ida Hayes, to manage his SA business affairs 22/1/1883 Deposit 36/1883

No 2

HAYES, William stockkeeper Robe 1887 Application 21222

HAYES, William stockholder Bagdad near Robe 1891 Memorial 65/408

HAYES, Winifred wife of John Hayes farmer Gort, Co Galway Ireland; Thomas KEANE farmer, James KEANE farmer, Bridget WALSH wife of Thomas Walsh farmer all of Kinvarra, Co Galway, Ireland, brothers and sisters of Michael KEANE hotelkeeper New Glenelg died 15/5/1879 intestate, without lawful issue, claim a share in his estate. His widow, Catherine KEANE had a share. Power of attorney to Patrick Keane labourer Flinders St, Adelaide, to claim their share of the estate 4/2/1881 Deposit 56/1881

No 1 - likely to be the same person

HAYFORD, James labourer Adelaide 1841 Application 22950

HAYFORD, James storekeeper Adelaide 1855 Memorial 122/93

HAYHEAD, John Edward licensed victualler Pt Adelaide 1876 Memorial 25/297

HAYLE, John Perry shoemaker Kapunda 1865 Memorial 187/204

HAYLER, John brewer Adelaide 1853 Memorial 242/49

HAYLES, Edwin and William agriculturalists Curramulka 1899 Memorial 118/439

No 1

HAYLES, Ellen widow Bay Road 1877[-1878] Memorial 30/301

HAYLES, Ellen widow Goodwood Park 1885 Application 20537

No 1

HAYLES, George stonemason Robe 1855 Memorial 147/84

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

HALES, George (sometimes known as George HAYLES) stone mason Robe Guichen Bay 1864 Memorial 163/195

HAYLES, John farmer Curramulka 1887 Memorial 48/385

HAYLES, Mark the Younger 35 Spring Gully (Father; Mark Hayles the Elder) married Ann GLOVER 36 widow Maidstone (Father: John THOMAS) on 110/1862 Francis TELFER residence Chain of Ponds. Minister: John KITHER. Witnesses: Francis Telfer farmer Chain of Ponds and Helen Glover. Mrs Glover had 3 children by her 1st husband, Henry Glover - Helen, Mary Ann and Christiana Glover Application 21454

No 1

HAYLES, Onesiphorous labourer near Brighton 1853 Hundred of Munno Para land grant Memorial 368/54

HAYLES, Onesiphorous labourer near Brighton. Hundred of Munno Para land grant 1853 Grant Book 1 Page 88 County Adelaide

HAYLES, Onesiphorus farmer Brighton 1854 Memorial 150/68

HAYLES, Onesiphorus yeoman Brighton 1855 Memorial 419/86

HAYLES, Onesiphorous labourer near Brighton 1855 Memorial 137/88

HAYLES, Onesiphorus farmer Gawler Hills 1860 Application 1477

HAYLES, Onesiphorous licensed victualler Bay Road 1867[-1872] Memorial 158/222

HAYLES, Onesiphorus publican Bay Road, died 12/10/1873. He left his real estate to his wife, Ellen Hayles, absolutely. Mrs Hayles still lived on the Bay Road in 1882 Memorials 8 & 10/342

No 1
HAYLEY, Richard tanner and currier Bowden 1862[-1872] Memorial 12/195, Application 9490

HAYLEY, Richard farmer and currier Bowden 1872 Memorial 108/260

HAYLEY, Richard farmer and tanner Bowden, died 7/9/1882 Memorials 196/390 & 157/412

HAYCOCK, John brewer Gawler 1852 Memorial 218/29

HAYLOCK, Elijah butcher of the colony of Victoria and Harriet Haylock his wife formerly Harriet GAYLARD 1875 Memorial 68/285

HAYMAN, George quarryman Lower Mitcham 1878 Memorial 140/311

No 1

HAYMAN, Henry of Echunga 1862 Memorial 231/304

HAYMAN, Henry gardener Echunga, died 1878. He left his entire estate to his wife, Eliza Hayman, absolutely. Estate worth £100 Memorial 145/311

HAYMAN, Eliza widow Echunga, died 1878 intestate. Letters of administration to Henry Bryce Hayman the eldest natural and lawful child and one of the next of kin. Estate worth £50 Memorial 146/311

No 1

HAYMAN, Henry Bryce gardener Lockleys 1888 eldest son and heir at law of the late Eliza Hayman formerly widow Echunga who died 14/10/1878 intestate. Her estate worth £50 Memorial 194/392 & RPA Search 2385

HAYMAN, Henry Bryce gardener Lockleys and Catherine Hayman his wife sister to Donald Gollan MCCALLUM stockholder McGrath Flat 1917 Memorial 134/475 & RPA Search 2385

HAYMAN, Hugh William engineer Adelaide 1862[-1866] Memorial 305/183

HAYMAN, James Thomas farmer Gawler River 1899 Memorial 24/439

HAYMAN, John boiler maker Torrens Road, Ovingham 1910 Application 25765

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

HAYMAN, John Thomas ironplate worker Pt Adelaide 1856[-1857] Memorial 3/111

HAYMAN, John Thomas engineer Queenstown 1858 Application 137

HAYMAN, John Thomas boiler maker Queenstown 1874[-1875] Memorial 225/274, Application 14376

HAYMAN, John Thomas the Younger boiler maker Queenstown 1876 Memorial 228/288

HAYMAN, John William Edward farmer Lock 1927 Memorial 50/497

HAYMAN, Matilda a minor under the age of 21 years South Australia 1843. Pt lot 25 in Alberton held in trust for her until she came of age. William PATTERSON and John LAPTHORN were the trustees Memorial 207/62

No 1

HAYMAN, Reginald James out of business Pt Lincoln 1937 Memorial 184/511

HAYMAN, Reginald James motor parts salesman Pt Lincoln 1953, declared he arrived in the town during 1929 intending to start a business as a service station proprietor. He chose pt Allotment 192, the corner of London and Porter St, a site covered with Evening Primrose, other sand consolidating grasses and scattered mallee trees, which he bought for £500 from land speculator Richard CORRELL. He erected a building to conduct a service station in July 1929, trading as Premier Sales & Service; later, in July 1930, Ace Autos Ltd developed the site as a garage and motor showrooms as well; City Motors Ltd took over the business in 1938. [See entry under LEECH, Arthur for more details of the development of London St as a main road] Application 28936

No 1

HAYMAN, Robert shipwright Adelaide 1838 Application 14644.

HAYMAN, Robert formerly shipwright Adelaide 1838 but now publican Pt Adelaide 1848 Application 14650

HAYMAN, Robert licensed victualler Alberton 1849[-1856] Memorial 418/18 Husband of Matilda Hayman 1851[-1859] Memorial 93/33, Application 14644

HAYMAN, Robert licensed victualler The Ship Inn Pt Adelaide 1854[-1858] Memorial 192/68

HAYMAN, Robert shipwright Pt Adelaide 1858 Application 141

No 2

HAYMAN, Robert farmer Reedbeds 1856 Memorial 129/111

No 3

HAYMAN, Robert farmer Pt Pirie 1880 Memorial 28/323

HAYMAN, Thomas the Elder boiler maker Queenstown 1880 Application 18005

No 1

HAYMAN, William tanner Edwardstown 1850 Memorial 259/22

HAYMAN, William farmer Black Forest 1853[-1857] Hundred of Pt Gawler land grant Memorial 200/54

HAYMAN, William farmer formerly of the Black Forest but now of Gawler River 1861 Memorial 218/175

HAYMAN, William farmer Gawler River 1873 Application 13228

HAYMAN, WIlliam farmer Pt Gawler 1884[-1898] Memorial 155/355

HAYMAN, William farmer Pt Gawler and Rebecca Hayman his wife 1885 Application 20663

HAYMAN, William farmer Gawler River 1888 Application 21327

HAYMAN, William formerly farmer Pt Gawler but now out of business Mile End 1904 Application 24746

HAYMES, Edward William civil engineer Stepney 1869 Memorial 87/242

No 1

HAYMES, Thomas carrier Glenelg 1853 Memorial 325/56

HAYMES, Thomas carrier Glenelg and Priscilla Hayman nee Priscilla RAY his wife 1856 Memorial 31/230

HAYMES, Priscilla widow Glenelg 1868 Memorial 172/233

HAYMES, Priscilla widow Glenelg 1869 Application 10175

HAYNE, David died 14/8/1881 Memorial 148/345

No 1

HAYNE, Henry licensed victualler Two Wells 1874[-1878] Memorial 91/279

HAYNE, Henry publican Two Wells 1881 Application 18682

HAYNE, Henry out of business Pt Adelaide, died 8/1/1883 intestate. Letters of administration to his sister, Emma CLELAND wife of William Thomas Cleland shipping agent Pt Adelaide. Estate worth £300 1887 Application 21302

No 1 - Charles Dickes Haynes commonly known as Charles Haynes.
HAYNES, Charles gentleman Pt Adelaide 1853[-1855] Memorial 272/52 Five year lease of the Halfway House formerly known as the Coach and Horses Inn pt Section 394 Survey B at £156 a year 1855 Memorial 271/81

HAYNES, Charles Dickes gentleman Castlemaine Vic 1854 Memorial 148/154

HAYNES, Charles publican Halfway House Hotel York township on the Port Road 12/3/1855-Feb 1856 Application 22071

HAYNES, Charles publican Halfway House Hotel York township on the Port Road 6/3/1874-Jun 1881 Application 22071

HAYNES, Charles licensed victualler Port Road York township 1875[-1881] Memorial 147/285

HAYNES, Charles publican York 1876 Application 15628

HAYNES, Charles publican near Woodville 1878 Application 17024

HAYNES, Charles gentleman Beverley 1881 Application 18801

HAYNES, Charles miner York 1891, was the son of Mary Ann DICKES, afterwards Mary Ann Grey wife of Edward John Grey. She owned the Half Way House Hotel at York c1846 [It had formerly been called the Coach and Horse Inn, established by Oscar LINES]. Mrs Grey used vacant lots [some 5 acres] beside the hotel to feed and accommodate the horses and cattle of visiting teamsters and to hold quoit and pigeon matches. After she left the hotel in 1850, but continuing to own the business, the incoming publicans still used the land for these purposes, until 1856, when publican, George Courtney Lowson, fenced in the land and grew crops of hay. Charles Haynes took over in 1874, when he placed a paling and wire netting fence (erected by Edward SIMPER labourer York) around the land, together with slip panels for fodder customers to come in off Port Road, and continued to cultivate it, including lucerne. Charles Haynes had been on the Victorian diggings between Feb 1856 and 1862. When he returned to Beverley, he still underleased the hotel to GC Lowson. Mary Ann Grey died 12/6/1876, when her son, Charles Haynes, inherited the hotel. In 1881, he sub-divided part of the land (pt Section 394), and called the new cul-de-sac, Courtoy St. In that year, he also sold the hotel, but kept the 5 acres along side. Charles Haynes married his wife, Agnes Mary Ann nee COURTOY on 18/10/1853 Application 22071.

HAYNES, Charles out of business York 1898, declared that he had lived at York most of the time from 1846. He was on the Victorian gold fields between 1855-1861 Application 23605

HAYNES, Charlotte of 15 Studley Cottage, Hampstead Road, Middlesex, England,, died 14/8/1856, aged 37. Buried in the Abney Park Cemetery, Stoke Newingham, Middlesex Deposit 476/1857

No 1 - perhaps the same person

HAYNES, David of Adelaide 1849 Memorial 433/17

HAYNES, David coachbuilder Adelaide 1864 Application 5041

HAYNES, Ebenezer labourer Kangarilla 1891 Application 22005

No 1

HAYNES, Edward mechanic Pt Adelaide 1854 Memorial 451/68

No 2

HAYNES/HAYNS, Edward carpenter Queenstown 1855 Memorial 82/89

HAYNES/HAYNS, Edward carpenter Alberton 1857 Memorial 247/124

HAYNES, Edward carpenter Alberton 1858 Memorial 202/134

No 1

HAYNES, Edward Warren police constable Adelaide 1848[-1849] Memorial 90/13

HAYNES, Edward Warren police sergeant Adelaide 1859 Memorial 303/150

No 1

HAYNES, Edward William surveyor Adelaide 1854 Memorial 468/67

HAYNES, Edward William [formerly surveyor Adelaide but now] gentleman Stepney 1859 Memorial 245/161

HAYNES, Edward William contractor Stepney. Hundred of Para Wirra land grant 1859 Grant Book 1 Page 190 County Adelaide

HAYNES, Edward William gentleman Adelaide, about to leave the province for a time, power of attorney to Alfred HARDY Esquire Hartley Bank near Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 23/2/1860 Deposit 25/1863

HAYNES, Edward William formerly of Stepney but at present absent from SA 1862 Memorial 63/187

HAYNES, Edward William contractor formerly of Norwood but at present absent from SA 1863 Memorial 124/190

HAYNES, Edward William gentleman Stepney 1869[-1874] Memorial 98/256

HAYNES, Edward William contractor Adelaide, died 20/9/1874 Norwood. Estate worth £2,000. All the real estate to be sold, except the family home, which his widow and unmarried daughters could live in until their death or remarriage. All the personal estate, except the household furnishings to be sold as well. The income from a trust fund to be paid to the widow for life, so long as she remained unmarried. Each daughter, Mary, Ellen and Catherine Haynes, to get £300 when the mother died or the girls married - whichever came first. The son, James Crofts Haynes, to get the residue of the estate Application 27330

No 2

HAYNES, Edward William farmer Wolseley 1889 Memorial 215/395

HAYNES, EW teacher Kadina 1882 Memorial 242/339

HAYNES, Frederick carpenter Portland Estate 1915 Application 26456

No 1

HAYNES, Frederick Abbott farmer Walloway 1879 Memorial 125/380, Application 27817

HAYNES, Frederick Abbott farmer Walloway. Hundred of Walloway land grant 1881 Grant Book 13 Page 222 County Dalhousie

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

HAYNES, Frederick Abbott and TJ Haynes of Middleton 1900 Memorial 126/441

HAYNES, Frederick Henry carpenter Portland Estate 1873[-1896] Memorial 6/271, Application 23171

No 1

HAYNES, George farmer Lyndoch Valley 1850 Memorial 265/28

HAYNES, George baker Lyndoch 1888 Application 21359

No 1

HAYNES, Henry Crofts contractor Stepney linked with Thomas Crofts Haynes contractor Norwood 1869 Memorial 91/237

HAYNES, Henry Crofts farmer Bordertown 1884 Memorial 17/359

HAYNES, Henry Crofts farmer Custon. Hundred of Tatiara land grant 1890 Grant Book 7 Page 17 County Buckingham

HAYNES, James farmer Nairne 1850 Memorial 67/138

No 1

HAYNES, James Crofts clerk in holy orders Stepney 1876 linked with Edward William Haynes no description, who died 20/9/1874 Memorial 46/288

HAYNES, James Crofts clerk in holy orders Stepney 1879[-1891] Memorial 91/317

HAYNES, James Crofts clerk in holy orders Stepney linked with Thomas Crofts Haynes farmer near Bordertown 1888 Memorial 118/391

HAYNES, James Crofts Clerk in Holy Orders St Peters 1888 Application 21375

HAYNES, James C clerk in holy orders St Peters 1903 Memorial 7/450

HAYNES, James Croft clerk in holy orders St Peter's 1920 Application 26860

HAYNES, James Dalrymple Creswell farmer Bordertown. Hundred of Tatiara land grant 1912 Grant Book 7 Page 22 County Buckingham

No 1

HAYNES, John blacksmith Adelaide 1853[-1866] Edwardstown allotment on South Road Memorial 411/47

No 2

HAYNES, John farmer Windsor near Adelaide 1857 Memorial 285/124

HAYNES, John farmer Windsor father of Mary HOWARD wife of Michael Howard labourer Windsor 1876 Memorial 96/296

No 1

HAYNES, John Thomas general dealer Adelaide 1839 Application 9427

HAYNES, John Thomas publican Pt Adelaide 1843 Memorial 240/110 Innkeeper New Pt Adelaide 1843 Memorial 18/3

No 1

HAYNES, John William labourer Clare 1916 Memorial 163/474

HAYNES, John William labourer Clare 1919 Application 26820

HAYNES, Joseph William labourer Clare 1880[-1890] Memorial 61/327, Application 21557, Application 21836

HAYNES, Mary Ann widow Pt Adelaide 1845 Memorial 265/5

HAYNES, Robert storekeeper Ashbourne 1893 Application 22550

HAYNES, SJ articled clerk Adelaide [possibly to Walter Henry WADEY solicitor Adelaide] 1881 Memorial 79/335

HAYNES, Samuel builder Kadina. Kadina (Hundred of Kadina) township allotment land grant 1861 Grant Book 14 Page 35 County Daly

HAYNES, Susan married woman 13 Cator St, West Hindmarsh 1929[-1950] Application 28771

No 1

HAYNES, Thomas farmer Pt Elliot 1854[-1861] Memorial 249/76

HAYNES, Thomas farmer Middleton 1864 Application 4902

HAYNES, Thomas farmer Middleton, died c1875. Estate to remain in trust until 23/7/1883, when all his children to receive in remainder expectant an equal share of the assets. Trustees - Thomas ALLEN farmer Flatfield near Goolwa and Frederick Abbott Haynes farmer Middleton (son of the deceased), who had the power to take enough money to care for the minor children. Children and ages in 1872 - Frederick Abbott HAYNES 24 on 24/8/1872; William Abbott Haynes 20 on 11/8/1872; Lucy Sarah Abbott Haynes 18 on 19/6/1872; Thomas Giles Abbott Haynes 16 on 16/3/1872; Hedalina Emily Abbott Haynes 15 on 29/12/1872; Elizabeth Mary Abbott Haynes12 on 12/4/1872; Jacob George Abbott Haynes 10 in 1872; Edwin James Abbott Haynes 8 on 23/5/1872; Alfred Robert Abbott Haynes 6 on 9/9/1872; Harriett Abigail Abbott Haynes 4 on 23/7/1872. By 1883, Trustee Thomas Allen was a storekeeper at Terowie. The real estate sold off at public auction in 1883 Application 19925

HAYNES, Thomas Cross farmer Big Paddock Tatiara. Hundred of Tatiara land grant 1883 Grant Book 7 Page 12 County Buckingham

No 1

HAYNES, Thomas contractor Norwood 1863 Application 4268

HAYNES, Thomas Crofts contractor Norwood 1865 Memorial 150/204

HAYNES, Thomas C contractor Stepney 1865 Memorial 239/207

HAYNES, Thomas Crofts contractor Stepney 1870 Application 10634

HAYNES, Thomas Crofts contractor Norwood, power of attorney to John James BENHAM gentleman Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 19/2/1870 Deposit 126/1870

HAYNES, Thomas Crofts contractor formerly of Stepney 1869 but now of Victoria 1874 Application 13667

No 1

HAYNES

HAYNES, Thomas Giles Abbott farmer Walloway 1894 Memorial 52/422

HAYNES, Thomas Giles Abbott farmer Erskine. Hundred of Walloway land grant 1910[-1911] Grant Book 13 Page 230 County Dalhousie

HAYNES, Thomas Giles Abbott farmer Orroroo. Hundred of Erskine land grant 1911 Grant Book 13 Page 427 County Dalhousie

No 1

HAYNES, William miller Tanunda 1871 Memorial 59/257

HAYNES, William formerly contractor Stepney 1864 but now miller Tanunda 1872 Application 12444

HAYS, Morgan labourer Strathalbyn 1870 Memorial 78/249

No 1

HAYS, William Bennett architect Adelaide 1850 Memorial 140/25

HAYS, William Bennett Esquire Adelaide 1854 'one of the undertakers for the construction, completion and management of the Adelaide City and Port railway' Memorial 485/75

HAYS, William Bennett Colonial Architect Adelaide 1854 Memorial 195/77

No 1

HAYSOM, William publican North Road 1856[-1858] Memorial 114/112

HAYSOM, William licensed victualler Kercoonda 1858 Memorial 254/146

HAYSOM, William farmer near Undalya 1864 Memorial 23/198

HAYSOM, William farmer Section 285 Lower Wakefield Special Survey 1868 Memorial 167/229

HAYSOM, William licensed victualler Kercoonda , died c1876. His personal estate to his wife, Jane Haysom, absolutely. His real estate in trust, to provide his wife the income for life or until her remarriage; then to be sold and the funds divided equally absolutely in remainder expectant amongst his brother Edward Haysom, his sister Maria BLEWITT, sister Elizabeth CHANDLER, brothers-in-law John and Jesse CROCKER, and his sister-in-law, Charlotte KEATING Enrolment 55/52

HAYSOM, Jane widow Kercoonda 1876 relict of the late William Haysom formerly licensed victualler Kercoonda, who died 12/5/1869 Memorial 32/293

HAYTER, James farmer Noarlunga 1852[-1852] Memorial 31/26

HAYTER, James Francis storeman Glanville 1876 Memorial 96/291

HAYTER, James Henry miner Second Valley 1890 Memorial 91/406

No 1

HAYTER, John & JARVIS, William ginger beer manufacturers and partners in trade Adelaide (Hindley St) 1850 Memorial 491/21

HAYTER, John & JARVIS, William ginger beer manufacturers Adelaide 1851 Memorial 11/31 W JARVIS in Currie St, Adelaide 1851 Memorial 378/31

HAYTER, John brewer Adelaide (Pirie St) 1851[-1853] Memorial 178/38

HAYTER, John [formerly brewer Adelaide but now] gentleman Unley 1856 Memorial 439/100

HAYTER, John took out the residue of a 21-year lease on the Rose of Australia Hotel in Wakefield St Adelaide 1857 Memorial 259/117

HAYTER, John gentleman Adelaide, about to leave the province, power of attorney to Henry Walter PARKER solicitor Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 26/5/1857 Deposit 93/1876

HAYTER, John gentleman formerly of Unley but now in parts beyond the seas 1858 Memorial 217/140

No 1 – probably mixture of the Elder and the Younger

HAYTHORPE, William labourer The Sturt 1851[-1852] Memorial 311/33

HAYTHORPE, William farmer Upper Wakefield 1854 Memorial 332/74

HAYTHORPE, William the Elder farmer Leasingham Hundred of Dalkey land grant 1881 Grant Book 26 Page 233 County Gawler

HAYTHORPE, William farmer Barabbel/perhaps Barraba Hundred of Dalkey land grant 1881 Grant Book 26 Page 234 County Gawler

HAYTREAD, John licensed victualler Wharf Hotel Pt Adelaide 1868 Memorial 137/233

No 1

HAYTREAD, John Edward gentleman Woodville Road 1866 Memorial 45/214

HAYTREAD, John Edward licensed victualler Pt Adelaide 1870[-1878] Memorial 205/249

HAYTREAD, John Edward agent Queenstown 1882 Memorial 219/342

HAYTREAD, John Edward licensed victualler Pt Adelaide, died 10/8/1901. His widow, Susannah Haytread, died 24/8/1915. Their children were Victoria Maud Haytread and Lillian Haytread spinsters Queenstown 1938 Application 28172

HAYTREAD, John Edward licensed victualler Queenstown, died 10/8/1901. His widow, Susannah Haytread of Spring St, Queenstown near Pt Adelaide, died 24/8/1915. Mother of Victoria Maud Haytread and Lillian Beatrice Haytread spinsters Queenstown. Mother-in-law of Charles Henry JOHNSON mercantile clerk formerly of Yatala township but now of Kensington Gardens. Sister to Caroline WOOLDRIDGE spinster Queenstown Memorials 155 & 156/492

HAYTREAD, Susannah of Queenstown 1887 Memorial 210/413

Hayward, Albertus Charles no description died 30/6/1944 . His widow, Jane Marjorie Hayward of The Braes Reynella, was aged 63 in 1956. Brother to Alice Lucretia Hayward and Theresa Henrietta Hayward Application 29155

No 1 - Albertus Lemmers Ricardo Hayward commonly known as Albert Hayward

HAYWARD, Albert clerk Pt Adelaide 1867 Memorial 21/293

HAYWARD, Albert gentleman Adelaide 1871 Memorial 169/251

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

HAYWARD, Albert merchant Pt Augusta. Wirrabara township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 24 Page 525 County Frome

HAYWARD, Albert merchant Pt Augusta Co Frome. Hookina (Hundred of Barndioota) allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 66 Page 108 County Blachford

HAYWARD, Albert accountant Adelaide 1876[-1885] Memorial 1/293

HAYWARD, Albertus Lemmers Ricardo accountant Adelaide 1877[-1881] Memorial 111/298, Application 18812

HAYWARD, Albert merchant Adelaide Co Adelaide. Wilmington township allotment land grant 1877 Grant Book 24 Page 572 County Frome

HAYWARD, Albert accountant Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of Davenport land grant 1879 Grant Book 24 Page 653 County Frome

HAYWARD, Albert accountant Adelaide purchased the lease of a 577 square mile pastoral run situated between Lake Gardner and Lake MacFarlane. Kangaroo Bluff shown. Island Lagoon to the north-east 1881 Memorial 181/331

HAYWARD, Albert agent Adelaide 1882 Memorial 188/345

HAYWARD, Albert merchant Adelaide Co Adelaide. Marree (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1884 Grant Book 65 Page 138 County Not named

HAYWARD, Alfred farmer Lameroo. Hundred of Allenby land grant 1927 Grant Book 12 Page 151 County Chandos

No 1

HAYWARD, Arthur Dudley draper formerly of North Tce, Kent Town but now of 13 Jewin Crescent, London, Middlesex, England linked with Edward Waterfield Hayward draper North Tce, Kent Town 1895 Memorial 78/425

HAYWARD, Arthur Dudley draper formerly of North Tce, Kent Town, but now of 13 Jewin Crescent, London, power of attorney to Edward Waterfield Hayward draper North Tce, Kent Town, to manage his SA business affairs 13/6/1895 Deposit 45/1895

No 1

HAYWARD, Charles brickmaker Bowden 1849[-1850] Memorial 309/16

No 2

HAYWARD, Charles brickmaker Hindmarsh 1895 [He owned land at Hindmarsh West between 1894-1910] Application 22827

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

HAYWARD, Charles Wakefield [should this be Waterfield?] draper Adelaide 1886 Memorial 16/381

HAYWARD, Charles Waterfield formerly of Kent Town but now of Keble College, Oxford, Oxon, England linked with Edward Waterfield Hayward draper Adelaide 1888 Memorial 228/392

HAYWARD, Charles Waterfield of Keble College, Oxford, England, formerly of Kent Town, power of attorney to his father, Edward Waterfield HAYWARD draper Adelaide, to take care of his interests in the will of his grandfather, Charles GILES gentleman Grove Hill, Norton Summit, who died 9/2/1887. Land in Town Acre 78 Hindley St, Adelaide, leased to Henry Benjamin HANTON and Messrs Hall and another 9/6/1888 Deposit 73/1888

HAYWARD, Charles Waterfield solicitor Adelaide linked with Edward Waterfield Hayward draper Adelaide and Frank Evershed Hayward draper Adelaide 1899 Memorial 151/437

HAYWARD, Charles Waterfield solicitor Adelaide (14 Waymouth St) linked with Edwyn Walton Hayward draper formerly of Marlborough St, College Park but now of 57 Chiswell St, London, England 1903 Memorial 28/448

HAYWARD, Charles Waterfield solicitor Adelaide 1910 Memorial 182/462

HAYWARD, Charles Waterford [should this be Waterfield?] solicitor Adelaide 1931 Application 28630

HAYWARD, CW solicitor Adelaide 1940 Application 28260

No 1

HAYWARD, Edward W director of John MARTIN & Co Adelaide (104 Rundle St) 1889 Memorial 139/399

HAYWARD, Edward Waterfield draper Adelaide 1890[-1898] Memorial 70/405, Application 23692

HAYWARD, Edwyn Walton draper formerly of Marlborough St, College Park, but now of 57 Chiswell St, London, Middlesex, England, absent from the province for a period, power of attorney to his brother, Charles Waterfield HAYWARD solicitor 14 Waymouth St, Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 29/1/1903 Deposit 16/1903

No 1

HAYWARD, George labourer Adelaide 1845 Memorial 181/5

HAYWARD, George labourer Black Forest 1847 Memorial 84/8 Farmer Black Forest 1849 Memorial 321/15 Farmer Dry Creek late 1849 Memorial 46/17

HAYWARD, George farmer Black Forest 1854 Memorial 72/63

HAYWARD, George farmer Gawler Plains. Hundred of Alma land grant 1857 Grant Book 26 Page 53 County Gawler

HAYWARD, George farmer formerly of the Gawler Plains 1857 but now of the Alma Plains near Alma 1868 Application 8981

HAYWARD, Henry stonemason Payneham 1876 Memorial 23/293

HAYWARD, Henry Richard farmer Bakara. Hundred of Bakara land grant 1908 Grant Book 3 Page 72 County Albert

No 1

HAYWARD, James storekeeper Hindley St, Adelaide (Kensington land purchase) 1849 Memorial 316/13

HAYWARD, James labourer Kensington 1851 Memorial 242/38 Yeoman Kensington 1852[-1854] Memorial 464/45

HAYWARD, James labourer Kensington 1855 Memorial 9/92

HAYWARD, James labourer Kensington and Ann Hayward his wife 1876. She could not write Application 15469

HAYWARD, James Albert farmer Cunliffe. Cunliffe (Hundred of Kadina) township allotment land grant 1881 Grant Book 14 Page 177 County Daly

No 1

HAYWARD, John yeoman South Richmond 1842 Memorial 265/2

HAYWARD, John farmer Hilton 1854 Memorial 159/63 Butcher Hilton 1854 Memorial 124/71

No 2

HAYWARD, John farmer Echunga 1852[-1855] Memorial 171/124 Farmer Mt Barker 1857 Memorial 172/124

HAYWARD, John farmer Three Brothers Special Survey, died 12/9/1872, father of Joseph Hayward farmer Echunga and Keturah Charlotte Hayward spinster Echunga 1877 Memorial 206/300

HAYWARD, John farmer Echunga, died 12/9/1872. He left his real estate in trust for the benefit of his widow, Keturah Margaret Hayward, his daughter, Keturah Caroline Hayward and his son, Joseph Hayward farmer Echunga Memorial 57/317

HAYWARD, Keturah Margaret widow Adelaide 1884 Application 20284. She held Section 3834, Hundred of Kuipto for life, leaving Walter Hayward farmer Cuncliffe near Kadina in remainder expectant 1884 Application 20287

HAYWARD, Keturah Margaret widow St Peters 1887 relict of the late John Hayward formerly farmer near Echunga, who died 12/9/1872 Memorial 24/385

HAYWARD, Keturah Margaret widow Second Ave, East Adelaide died 2/11/1897, of diarrhoea, aged 83 Application 23525

No 1

HAYWARD, Johnson Frederick stockholder Aroona. Hundred of Pichi Richi land grant 1856 Grant Book 66 Page 71 County Newcastle

HAYWARD, Johnson Frederick stockholder Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hookina (Hundred of Barndioota) allotment land grant 1863 Grant Book 66 Page 108 County Blachford

HAYWARD, Johnson Frederick stockholder Adelaide, power of attorney to Henry Strong PRICE sheep farmer Glenelg, to manage his SA business affairs 5/1/1870 Deposit 116/1870

HAYWARD, Johnson Frederick sheep farmer formerly of SA but now of Aroona Limpley Stoke, Wilts, England 1874 Memorial 149/274

HAYWARD, Johnson Frederick Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now in parts beyond the seas, William James BROWNE Esquire Adelaide and John ARMSTRONG Esquire Booborowie trading under the style or firm of Hayward, Armstrong & Co 1877 Memorial 183/301

No 1

HAYWARD, Joseph gardener Highercombe 1855[-1862] Hundred of Bremer land purchase 1862 Memorials 129/92 & 109/185

HAYWARD, Joseph farmer near Milang 1863 Application 4404

HAYWARD, Joseph [formerly gardener Highercombe but then farmer Milang] formerly farmer near Milang but now gentleman Hindmarsh 1884 Memorial 37/357

HAYWARD, Joseph gentleman Brompton, died c1889. Grandfather of William Joseph ARMSTRONG, Ella Armstrong and Maude Armstrong Memorial 124/399

HAYWARD, Joseph gentleman Brompton, died 23/7/1889. Estate worth £2,463. All his estate to be sold and the money to be invested in trust. The principle to be paid to his grandchildren, William Joseph ARMSTRONG, Hamilton Armstrong, Ella Armstrong and Maude Armstrong, in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant, once the youngest surviving grandchild reached the age of 21 1889 Application 21695

No 1

HAYWARD, Joseph farmer Echunga 1874[-1879] Memorial 95/276

HAYWARD, Joseph farmer near Echunga son of and executor for the late John Hayward formerly farmer Three Brothers Special Survey near Echunga now deceased 1882. By 1887, Joseph Hayward was a farmer and then civil servant of Cairns St in Adelaide Memorials 21-23/385

HAYWARD, Joseph civil servant Adelaide 1886 son of John Hayward farmer Three Brothers Special Survey Echunga who died 12/9/1872 Memorial 107/381

HAYWARD, Lionel Wykeham medical practitioner Burnside and Martha McCrae Hayward his wife parents of William Thornborough Hayward medical practitioner Adelaide (Ruthven Mansions, Pulteney St) and John Lionel Hayward no description (More children but not named) 1925 Memorial 92/493

No 1

HAYWARD, Martinus Peter bachelor Adelaide 1840 Application 11437

HAYWARD, Martinus Peter butcher Adelaide 1840 Application 11437

HAYWARD, Martinus Peter Esquire Coromandel Valley 1849. [1st mention of CV in Memorials] Memorial 260/19

HAYWARD, Martinus Peter [formerly of Coromandel Valley but then] surgeon Clare 1851[-1853] Memorial 193/36

HAYWARD, Martinus Peter Esquire Adelaide 1853 Memorial 305/52

HAYWARD, Martinus Peter Esquire [formerly of Adelaide but then of] McLaren Vale 1854[-1857] Memorial 338/66

No 1

HAYWARD, Thomas the Elder died 18/6/1841 at sea. Thomas Hayward the Younger labourer Adelaide 1859. A daughter, Emily Hayward, m William Nathaniel CROWDER aerated water manufacturer Adelaide; another daughter, Amelia Hayward, m William PEPPERALL saddler Adelaide. Mrs Thomas Hayward the Elder (Harriet Hayward widow Adelaide). m (2) Oct 1847 Benjamin Wickham Enrolments 55 & 56/48

HAYWARD, Thomas the Elder formerly of Witersham, Kent, England, died at sea 18/6/1841, aboard the Royal Saxon, Captain FW LODGE. He had made his will on 9/5/1841. T Hayward left his estate in trust to his three executors, Governor GREY, Thomas WINTON yeoman Adelaide, and his wife Harriett Hayward, to divide his assets equally amongst his wife, Harriett Hayward, and his four children - Harriett Hayward (had married James QUINN by 1867, but they could not be contacted to sign papers), Emily Hayward (later Mrs William Nathaniel CROWDER aerated waters maker), Amelia Hayward (later Mrs Thomas PEPPERALL saddler) and Thomas Hayward the Younger (later labourer Adelaide) - when the youngest child had turne 21. Ifwidowed Harriett Hayward remarried before the estate division, she had to forfeit her share of the property. Before the division, Harriett Hayward to get the income from the property to support her and her family. By 1859, Harriett Hayward had remarried to Benjamin WICKHAM farmer McLaren Vale. The Hayward family owned land at Lockleys which became part of James SCOTT's Lockleys Estate in 1867 Application 22806

No 2

HAYWARD, Thomas brickmaker Brompton 1852[-1857] Memorial 281/41

HAYWARD, Thomas brickmaker Brompton 1874[-1880] Application 13840, Application 18078

No 3

HAYWARD, Thomas carter Adelaide (Franklin St) 1860 Memorial 24/169

HAYWARD, Thomas carter Adelaide, died 18/9/1872. Estate worth £150. He left his estate to his wife, Jane Hayward Application 24985

HAYWARD, Jane widow Halifax St, Adelaide relict of the late Thomas Hayward formerly carter Adelaide (Franklin St) now deceased 1898 Memorial 216/436

HAYWARD, T/JH clerk North Adelaide (168 Archer St) 1915 Memorial 191/472

No 1

HAYWARD, Walter farmer Cunliffe. Cunliffe (Hundred of Kadina) township allotment land grant 1881[-1902] Grant Book 14 Page 177 County Daly

HAYWARD, Walter farmer Cunliffe near Kadina 1884, son of the late John Hayward formerly farmer Three Brothers Special Survey near Echunga who died 20/9/1872 Memorial 115/442

HAYWARD, Walter carter Penang. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1898 Grant Book 14 Page 248 County Daly

No 1

HAYWARD, William labourer North Adelaide 1851 Memorial 426/32

HAYWARD, William [formerly labourer North Adelaide but now] farmer Strathalbyn 1853[-1857] Memorial 169/70

HAYWARD, William farmer Strathalbyn 1858 Application 81

HAYWARD, William farmer formerly of Strathalbyn but now of Point Sturt in the Hundred of Alexandrina 1858 Memorial 86/135

HAYWARD, William farmer Point Sturt 1863 Memorial 218/188

HAYWARD, William farmer Point Sturt Congregational Church member 1860 Memorial 79/162

HAYWARD, William farmer Point Sturt 1860 Application 1715

HAYWARD, William carpenter Brisbane 1884 Application 20286

HAYWARD, William carpenter Taroom Qld 1898. Solicitor Louis von Doussa of Mt Barker & Alfred Chambers, Currie St, Adelaide, wrote to the Registrar-General 21/3/1898: 'The applicant herein resides at Taroom Qld and there is no notary nearer than Brisbane. The expense of the journey 100 miles by coach and 240 miles by rail is above £10 and in the circumstances, I have had the applicant's signature witnessed by a JP which I trust will be deemed sufficient.' Application 23525

No 1

HAYWARD, William Thornborough JP surgeon The Parade, Norwood 1883 Memorial 240/353

HAYWARD, William T medical practitioner Norwood and Florence Hayward his wife 1920 Application 26911

HAYWOOD, Amy of Hackney 1894 Memorial 184/420

HAYWOOD, Charles farmer Hamilton on the Light 1901 Application 24133

No 1

HAYWOOD, George farmer Sturton Farm Dry Creek 1857 Memorial 119/332

No 2 – mixture of the Elder and the Younger

HAYWOOD, George farmer Yorke Peninsula. Hundred of Melville land grant 1874 Grant Book 19 Page 68 County Fergusson

HAYWOOD, George and George the Younger of Para Wurlie. Hundred of Para Wurlie land grant 1883 Grant Book 19 Page 9 County Fergusson

No 3

HAYWOOD, George hairdresser North Adelaide 1885 Memorial 199/367

No 1 - check whether same person

HAYWOOD, Henry bricklayer North Adelaide 1852 Memorial 180/41

HAYWOOD, Henry storekeeper Brighton 1876 Application 15348

HAYWOOD, Jane Louisa widow near Pt Adelaide 1886 Memorial 42/380

No 1

HAYWOOD, John farmer Adelaide and Elizabeth Haywood his wife 1849 Memorial 309/18

HAYWOOD, John baker Brighton 1849 Memorial 287/15 Marion Congregational Chapel trustee 1850 Memorial 176/28

HAYWOOD, John baker Glenelg 1851[-1853] Surrendered lease and apparently returned to Brighton Memorial 115/36

HAYWOOD, John storekeeper Brighton 1855 Memorial 457/79

HAYWOOD, John farmer Brighton 1858 Memorial 19/143

HAYWOOD, John farmer Brighton 1860 Application 1857.

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

HAYWOOD, John town clerk Corporation of Brighton 1875 Memorial 10/286

No 3

HAYWOOD, John of Yorketown Hundred of Dalrymple land grant 1883 Grant Book 19 Page 146 County Fergusson

No 4

HAYWOOD, John carter Brighton 1885 Application 20725.

HAYWOOD, Walter brickmaker Hindmarsh. Husband of Margaret Haywood 1863 117Application 13576

HAZEAL, Peter brazier Adelaide 1859 Land purchase at Pt Elliot Memorial 138/159

HAZEAL, William tinsmith Alberton 1871[-1875] Memorials 184/254 & 211/281

No 1

HAZEL, Edward carrier Robe 1870 Application 10573

HAZEL, Edward labourer near Kingston S-E 1893 Memorial 14/418

HAZEL, Edward labourer formerly of Kingston S-E but then of Mt Benson near Robe S-E, died 21/12/1918. Executor; Henry Edward James HUDSON draper Robe. All personal estate to Mary Ann BUCK wife of the late Robert Buck. All real estate to her children - Robert Thomas George Buck driver Pt Elliot, Margaret Elizabeth Ellenor WADE wife of Alfred Edward Wade gardener George St, Marion, Mary Kathleen Annie CLARK wife of Norman Richard Jubilee Clark quarryman Willunga and Stewartean Frances HEDGER wife of Percival Leonard Hedger dairyman Jervois near Tailem Bend 1929 Memorial 155/501

HAZEL, Edward labourer Mt Benson near Robe S-E, died 21/12/1918. His sister, Elizabeth SAGER widow Robe S-E [relict of the late Lorenz Nelson Sager formerly cabinetmaker Robe but then deceased], died 2/11/1912. She left her brother her home and shop in Lordstown at Robe in trust for his use for his lifetime Memorials 4 & 5/491, GRO Search 96

HAZEL, Edward died 21/12/1918. His family as of 1930 included - Margaret Elizabeth Ellinor WADE wife of Alfred Edward Wade gardener George St, Marion; Mary Kathleen Annie CLARKE wife of Norman Richard Jubilee Clarke quarryman Horsham Vic and Stewarteen Frances HEDGER wife of Percival Leonard Hedger poulterer Edwardstown Memorial 190/503

HAZEL, Harold John poultry farmer Smithfield 1951 Memorial 31/526

HAZEL, John and HAZEL, William James farmers Hawker Creek near Kapunda1914 Application 26333

HAZEL, Wharton Nelson drover Kapunda 1956, declared that he had been born on 26/1/1904 and had lived in the town for some 30 years Application 29164

No 1

HAZEL, William labourer Kapunda 1849[-1856] Memorial 190/33

HAZEL, William farmer Kapunda 1855 Memorial 360/95

HAZEL, William farmer Kapunda Hundred of Kapunda land grant 1857[-1858] Grant Book 44 Page 135 County Light

HAZEL, William farmer Ross Creek near Kapunda 1858 Memorial 264/144

HAZEL, William farmer formerly of Kapunda but now of Ross Creek near Kapunda 1872 Application 11892

HAZEL, William farmer Kapunda 1888 Application 21349

HAZEL, William farmer Ross Creek near Kapunda, died 28/12/ 1898. Father of John and William James Hazel farmers Hawkers Creek near Kapunda, Caroline Hazel, Florence Jane WILSON, Mary Ann RALPH wife of James Price Ralph railway employe Hallett, Harriet Hazel, Sarah Hazel, Alice Hazel, Lilly Gentry Hazel and Benjamin Hazel Memorial 24/437

HAZEL, William farmer Ross Creek near Kapunda, died 28/12/1898. His real estate went into trust for his wife Caroline Hazel during her widowhood, then to William James Hazell absolutely in remainder expectant. Caroline Hazell died 10/4/1914 Ross Creek near Kapunda, of morbus cordis and months' senility, aged 78. Born in Sussex, England, she came to SA 76 years previously ie c1838. Married at 20 years of age. 2 sons and 5 daughters living. 1 son and 2 daughters deceased. Grandson WJ Hazel of Ross Creek was the informant 1914 Application 26334.

HAZEL, William farmer Hawker Creek, near Kapunda, died 28/12/1898. His son, John Hazel farmer Hawker Creek, died 23/7/1940, of gangrene of the leg and arterio sclerosis, aged 83. Born at Hawker Creek, he had married aged 29. He left 1 son (George Hazel of Kapunda) and 1 daughter living. William Hazel's other son, William James Hazel farmer Kapunda, died 11/3/1932 of cerebral thrombosis and bronco-pneumonia, aged 71 years. Born at Kapunda. Married aged 23 years, with 2 sons and 1 daughter living Application 28817

No 1

HAZELDINE, Oliver farmer Adelaide 1853 He took out a 7 year lease on the Hand and Heart Inn South Rd at £40 per year Memorial 327/51

HAZELDINE, Oliver farmer The Sturt 1854 Memorial 216/68

No 1

HAZELL, James farmer Mt Torrens 1850 Memorial 393/19

HAZELL, James and John farmers Gumeracha 1861 Memorial 213/175

HAZELL, James farmer Kenton Valley near Gumeracha 1861. [He had originally leased his farm land with his son-in-law, Joseph JOSEPHS, prior to the latter's death in 1858] Memorial 37/183

HAZELL, John Stephen farmer Blumberg 1872 Memorial 170/259

No 1

HAZELL, Robert carpenter Gilbert River 1853 Memorial 138/290

HAZELL, Robert carpenter Upper Light 1861 Memorial 13/177

HAZELL, Robert carpenter Steelton, died 3/3/1875 intestate. His widow, Mary Hazell of Steelton, received letters of administration to finalise his £50 estate 1876. She could not write Application 15139

HEAD, Charles carpenter Nairne 1864 Memorial 132/195

No 1

HEAD, Edwin blacksmith Kingston S-E 1909[-1914] Memorial 188/460

HEAD, Edwin blacksmith Kingston S-E, died 15/7/1919 Melbourne Vic intestate. Husband of Mary Christina Head Memorial 5/479

HEAD, Edwin blacksmith Kingston S-E, died 15/7/1919 Melbourne Vic intestate. Letters of administration to his wife, Mary Christina Head. Estate worth £900. Thelma Ruby Head born 13/9/1909 schoolteacher Norton Summit 1936, declared that she was a daughter. Another daughter was Eileen Lucy Head born 10/12/1906 and also Estella Jean Head, born 15/2/1911 who died in infancy Application 28020

No 1

HEAD, George of Kingsbury Cottage Angas (perhaps Angas St?, Adelaide) 1842 Memorial 446/1 Bricklayer Thebarton 1847[-1850] Memorial 127/8

HEAD, George bricklayer formerly of Thebarton 1847 but now of Linwood 1864 Application 5605

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

HEAD, George licensed victualler Morphett Vale 1861 Memorial 341/175

No 1

HEAD, Jack shepherd FS Dutton's Bald Hill Station 1844 [Is this John Head the publican?] Memorial 381/3

No 2

HEAD, John labourer Adelaide 1838 Application 11068. He purchased land in Hindmarsh (lot 81), but left SA probably in late 1841 leaving no instructions about his real estate, which had become mortgaged to Mrs Ann EATON of Morphett Vale. She took over the property and leased it to a Mr POLLARD drayman for Messrs CRAWFORD brewers Hindmarsh. Ann Eaton remarried to Francis Richard GREENSMITH and returned to England to live at Thorp, Co Derby. The Greensmith attorney, Edward ROBERTS land agent Walton, managed and leased the property until the family sold the land in 1854 Application 11068

No 3 - perhaps the same person

Head, John grocer and plasterer Adelaide (Wright St) mentioned in connection with John HUNT farmer South Richmond in 1860. Could be a family link Memorials 235 & 236/333

HEAD, John licensed victualler Adelaide 1864 Memorial 169/199

No 1

HEAD, William farmer Morphett Vale 1869 Memorial 153/236

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

HEAD, William farmer Telowie 1892 Memorial 140/412

HEAD, William farmer Napperby Co Victoria Hundred of Telowie land grant 1895 Grant Book 24 Page 776 County Frome

No 3

HEAD, William of Kingston S-E, died 15/7/1919 intestate. His widow, Mary Christina Head, remarried 11/1/1934 St Giles manse, Geelong Vic, to William John Doyle grazier Kingston S-E. The testator was father of Eileen Lucy Head spinster Kingston S-E and Thelma Ruby Head school teacher Norton Summit Memorial 139/507

No 1

HEADDEY, John Thomas brickmaker Beverley 1853[-1888] Memorial 153/61, Applications 4400, 18744

HEADDEY, John Thomas brickmaker York village 1855 Memorial 178/84

HEADDEY, John Thomas formerly brickmaker but now out of business Beverley 1882 [Must have retired only temporarily] Memorial 133/339

120HEADDEY, John Thomas gentleman York 1888 Application 21519

HEADDEY, John Thomas brickmaker Beverley on the Port Road, died c1891. Husband of Frances Ann Headdey Memorial 177/412

HEADDEY, John Thomas formerly brickmaker but then out of business Beverley, died 30/1/1892. Husband of Frances Ann Headdey, who was still in Beverley in 1911. Adopted daughter, Ellen Headdey, married John HEWITT farmer Beverley on 15/10/1899. The Hewitts still lived in Beverley in 1911 Memorials 100 & 133/465

HEADDING, Charles chemist Pt Adelaide 1893 Memorial 157/419

No 1

HEADING, Charles 28 bachelor farmer Dalrymple (Father; William Heading) married Elizabeth PUTLAND 21 spinster Dalrymple (Father; George Putland) on 7/4/1880 Bride's father's home. Minister: John Nancarrow. Witnesses: John Putland farmer Dalrymple and Margaret Putland of Dalrymple Application 28376

HEADING, Charles farmer Dalrymple and Elizabeth Heading his wife formerly Elizabeth PUTLAND 1881 Memorial 148/343

No 2

HEADING, Charles and Simon gardeners Gumeracha 1894 Memorial 199/421

No 3

HEADING, Charles farmer Paradise 1903 Memorial 59/450

No 1

HEADING, George gardener Campbelltown 1899 Application 23890

HEADING, George gardener Campbelltown 1923, declared that he had lived in the district for at least 50 years Application 27150

No 1

HEADING, John gardener Campbelltown 1874 Application 13957

HEADING, John gardener Campbelltown 1909 Memorial 40/462

No 1

HEADING, Simon labourer Campbelltown 1868 Application 27092.

HEADING, Simon gardener Campbelltown 1868[-1882] Memorial 37/229, Application 19378

No 1

HEADING, William farmer Campbelltown 1858[-1859] Memorial 184/147

HEADING, William the Elder gardener Campbelltown, died c1893. Father of William, John and George Heading no description Memorial 59/421

HEADING, William the Elder gardener Campbelltown, died 15/1/1893. His widow, Ann Heading, died 16/7/1895. Parents of George Heading and John Heading gardeners Campbelltown and William Heading the Younger farmer Lorquon West Vic 1903 Memorial 233/448

HEADING, Ann widow of the late William Heading gardener Campbelltown, died 16/7/1895, of cardiac failure and pulmonary congestion, aged 77. A son called George Heading of Campbelltown Application 25421

HEADLAND, Augusta widow Kensington 1864 Memorial 56/195

HEADLAND, George farmer Hundred of Onkaparinga 1861 Memorial 88/174

HEAIRFIELD, Walter George of Henley Beach Road Lockleys conveyancing clerk in the Crown Solicitor’s office, Adelaide 1940 Application 28267

No 1

HEALE, Henry and Charles F CHENNELL merchants Adelaide (Grenfell St) 1904 Memorial 97/450

HEALE, Henry warehouseman Adelaide 1912[-1925] Memorial 207/466

HEALEY, Joseph of Kapunda, Clerk of the District Council of Kapunda 1926 Application 27449

No 1

HEALEY, Joshua labourer Norwood and Anne Healey his wife formerly Anne CLARK widow 1859 Memorial 190/151

HEALEY, Joshua labourer Norwood and his wife Anne Healey formerly Anne CLARKE widow Norwood 1863 Application 4785

No 1

HEALEY, Lawrence surgeon Pt Adelaide leased premises next to the Southern Cross Hotel King William St, Adelaide 1849 Memorial 499/17

HEALEY, Lawrence surgeon Adelaide 1860[-1861] Memorial 107/161, Application 7143

HEALEY, Lawrence surgeon formerly of Adelaide (Rundle St) but now of Penzance, Cornwall, England and Martha Healey his wife 1875 Memorials 119 & 120/286

HEALEY, Lawrence surgeon formerly of Rundle St, Adelaide, but then of Penzance, Cornwall, England, died 10/3/1874. Estate worth £200 in England to his wife, Martha Healey. Mrs Healey gave power of attorney to John Porter chemist Adelaide, to arrange for the surrender of two adjoining shops and homes on Town Acre 39 Rundle St, Adelaide, to the leasee 28/9/1875 Deposit 264/1875

No 2 - probably a continuation of No 1

HEALEY, Lawrence chemist Adelaide (King William St) 1851 Memorial 176/34

HEALEY, Martin wheelwright Adelaide (Franklin St) 1868 Memorial 111/229

HEALEY, Michael farmer Mt Gambier Co Grey. Hundred of Tatiara land grant 1876 Grant Book 7 Page 5 County Buckingham.

HEALEY, Michael farmer Tatiara. Hundred of Tatiara land grant 1878 Grant Book 7 Page 7 County Buckingham

HEALEY, Michael George licensed victualler Adelaide and Agatha Healey his wife 1885 Memorial 11/373

HEALEY, Richard currier Bowden 1880 Application 18440

No 1 - probably the same person

HEALY, Anthony farmer of the Light River near Stockport 1863 Memorial 296/205

HEALY, Anthony farmer Black Rock trustee Black Rock Plain cemetery 1879 Grant Book 13 Page 105 County Dalhousie

HEALY, Anthony farmer Black Rock Plain 1889 Memorial 79/398

No 1

HEALY, George farmer Kangaroo Flat 1908 Memorial 128/459

HEALY, George farmer formerly of Kangaroo Flat but now of the Semaphore and Elizabeth Josephine Healy his wife, a daughter of the late Catherine JUDD widow Salisbury 1919 Application 26546

No 2 - likely to be a continuation of No 1

HEALY, George out of business Salisbury 1910[-1915] Memorial 85/463
HEALY, George out of business formerly of Salisbury but now of The Semaphore 1919 Memorial 56/479

No 1

HEALY, John labourer Alberton 1850 Memorial 200/24

No 2

HEALY, John Roman Catholic clergyman Adelaide (West Tce) 1889 Memorial 66/398

HEALY, John Roman Catholic clergyman Brooklyn Park 1919 Memorial 31/479

HEALY, John Cornelius hairdresser and tobacconist Goodwood South 1891 Memorial 227/409

HEALY, Joseph Clerk of the District Council of Kapunda 1926 Application 27525

No 1

HEALY, Michael butcher Navan 1867[-1869] Memorial 99/226

HEALY, Michael butcher Navan 1869 Application 9645

No 1

HEALY, Michael George and Patrick boot and shoe importers Adelaide (Rundle St) trading under the style or firm of Healy Brothers 1879 Memorial 40/318

HEALY, Michael George licensed victualler Adelaide and Agatha Healy his wife 1886 Application 20833

HEALY, Patrick James licensed victualler Adelaide (Currie St) 1908 Memorial 106/460

HEALY, Richard George out of business Semaphore 1932 Memorial 129/505

HEALY, William Talbot farmer Millicent trustee Cemetery Millicent Hundred of Mt Muirhead land grant 1873 Grant Book 31 Page 193 County Grey

No 1

HEAN, James farmer Auburn 1866[-1882] Memorial 227/218

HEAN, James farmer Upper Wakefield 1872 Application 12194

HEAN, James farmer Auburn 1882 Application 19299

HEAN, Leslie James farmer Auburn 1922 Memorial 144/485

No 1

HEAN, Samuel Burfield farmer Auburn 1903 Application 24583

HEAN, Samuel Burfield farmer Auburn 1929 Memorial 75/501

HEAN, Samuel Burfield the Elder farmer Auburn, died 17/10/1941. Husband of Eva Pelinda Hean. Father of Eva Pelinda Hean, and Leslie James Hean and Samuel Burfield Hean the Younger both farmers Auburn Memorial 125/516

HEANES, Robert bootmaker Bridge St, Kensington 1912 Application 26111

No 1

HEANES, Samuel shoemaker Kensington 1851[-1882] Memorial 430/36

HEANES, Samuel bootmaker Kensington and Elizabeth Heanes (daughter of Thomas PALTRIDGE the Elder shoemaker Mt Barker) his wife 1859 Memorial 108 Book 161

HEANES, Elizabeth wife of Samuel Heanes bootmaker Kensington, died 18/9/1867 Mt Barker intestate. Letters of administration to her husband to settle her £200 estate Application 20215

HEARD, Andrew teamster Gladstone Hundred of Appila land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 505 County Frome

No 1 - perhaps the same person

HEARD, Charles farmer Peachey Belt 1858[-1866] Memorial 251/143, Application 438

HEARD, Charles farmer near Penfield 1863 Application 4781

HEARD, Charles farmer Balaklava trustee Public Cemetery Balaklava Hundred of Balaklava land grant 1871[-1880] Grant Book 26 Page 113 County Gawler

HEARD, Charles farmer Balaklava 1875[-1877] Memorial 1/283

HEARD, C JP of Balaklava 1881 Memorial 83/333

No 1

HEARD, Henry storekeeper Adelaide 1844[-1850] Memorial 170/4

HEARD, Henry storekeeper Adelaide (Currie St) 1851 Memorial 410/28

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

HEARD, Henry labourer Adelaide 1852 Memorial 434/45

HEARD, James farmer Watervale 1864[-1869] Memorial 62/195

HEARD, John farmer The Moppa Co Light. Hundred of Tarcowie land grant 1883 Grant Book 13 Page 52 County Dalhousie

No 1

HEARD, William publican Fremantle and his wife emigrated to WA from England c1833. Sarah Heard publican Fremantle, died 30/4/1835, of a liver complaint, aged 38. On 14/6/1838, William Heard remarried to Eliza READ spinster Fremantle by Rev’d JB WITTENOON Colonial Chaplain. Witnesses: Rose and Caroline READ. Several children born, including William Albert Heard, eldest son and heir, born 3/5/1840, and two daughters. The family emigrated to SA. William Heard sailmaker Pt Adelaide, died 2/4/1859 Pt Adelaide. Widow Eliza Heard 45 (Father James Read) remarried to Thomas HUNT 54 mariner Pt Adelaide (Father: Thomas Hunt) on 7/7/1860 in her house St Vincent St, Pt Adelaide Minister: Rev’d Peter MERCER. She could not write. Mrs Hunt died 31/8/1861 Pt Adelaide. Thomas Hunt renounced all claims to her estate. The estate to go into trust to support the youngest daughter, Amelia Georgina Heard, until she turned 21. Then the estate to be sold and the proceeds equally absolutely distributed amongst her daughters, Roseanna Heard, Eliza Heard, Martha Heard and Amelia Georgina Heard. The son, William Albert Heard, had become a contractor at Pt Adelaide. Elizabeth DYER wife of James Dyer gentleman Perth WA and John BATEMAN merchant, friends of the Heards in the 1830s in WA, gave much of the above information. Mrs Dyer came to see the Heards in SA at one stage Application 21363

HEARD, William mariner Pt Adelaide 1850[-1854] Memorial 39/21

HEARD, William sailmaker Pt Adelaide 1857 Memorial 130/131

HEARD, William sailmaker Pt Adelaide, died c1861. He left his entire estate to his wife, Eliza Heard Memorial 222/176

HUNT, Eliza widow St Vincent St, Pt Adelaide formerly Eliza HEARD widow of William Heard sailmaker Pt Adelaide, died c1861. She left her entire estate in trust for her four daughters - Rosenna Heard, Elvira Heard, Martha Heard and Amelia Georgina Heard - until the youngest daughter turned 21 years Memorial 200/177

No 1

HEARD, William Albert mariner Pt Adelaide 1861. Brother to Amelia Georgina Heard and Eliza Selina Heard Memorial 168/178

HEARD, William Albert labourer and Amelia Georgina Heard spinster both of Pt Adelaide 1869 Memorial 86/240

HEARD, William Albert mariner Pt Adelaide and Margaret Heard his wife 1869[-1875] Memorial 211/241

HEARD, William Albert labourer Pt Adelaide 1876 Memorial 207/288

HEARD, William Albert carter Grand Junction Rd near Pt Adelaide 1884 Memorial 183/388, Application 20288

HEARD, William Albert labourer Pt Adelaide linked with Amelia Georgina DE JACQUES nee Heard (formerly of Pt Adelaide) the wife of Le Robe de Jacques labourer Melbourne Vic 1888 Memorial 150/391

HEARD, Margaret widow Pt Adelaide 1898 Application 23629

HEARL, Charles farmer Balaklava trustee Institute Balaklava Balaklava township allotment land grant 1883 Grant Book 26 Page 215 County Gawler

HEARL, Reuben of Goolwa and Ellen Hearl his wife 1883 Application 20007

No 1

HEARN, James brewer North Adelaide 1847[-1854] Memorial 264/68, Application 19121

HEARN, James farmer The Finniss 1856 Memorial 54/108

HEARN, James farmer Myrtle Grove Currency Creek 1856 Memorial 92/101

HEARN, Marie Catherine Constance widow Myrtle Grove Currency Creek 1858 Memorial 222/141

HEARN, Marie Catherine Constance widow of James Hearn formerly Esquire North Adelaide but now deceased 1866 Memorial 213/216

HEARN, Patrick A labourer Morphett Vale 1847 Memorial 227/78

No 1

HEARN, Uriah Richard Esquire Adelaide 1842 Memorial 159/154

HEARN, Uriah Richard Esquire Adelaide and Sarah Hearn his wife 1847 Memorial 89/63

HEARN, Uriah Richard farmer Section 350 Torrens River 1857 Memorial 268/131

HEARN, Uriah Richard farmer Section 350 Torrens River, died c1858. All personal estate to do with the homestead to his wife, Sarah Hearn, absolutely. The rest of the estate in trust with Thomas GRAVES grocer Hindley St, Adelaide, and Charles EVERETT grocer Rundle St, Adelaide, for the use of the testator's widow, during her lifetime, then to his chidren absolutely in remainder expectant after they turned 21. Children also inherited various silver pieces absolutely at the time of their father's death. Children - Andrew Richard Hearn, Richard William Hearn, Betsy Helen Hearn, Maria Emma Hearn, Amy Vince Hearn. The mother to be the guardian of the children, with the trustees Enrolment 11/36

HEARN, Sarah widow Athelstone 1859 Memorial 46/159

HEARN, Sarah widow Adelaide, died 28/3/1880. Mother of Andrew Richard Hearn farmer Angaston Memorial 223/323

HEARNE, John gentleman Adelaide 1853[-1854] Memorial 400/46

No 1

HEARNE, Thomas chaser Norwood 1876 Application 15484

HEARNE, Thomas engraver Norwood 1877 Application 15978

HEARNS, John Patrick licensed victualler Adelaide (Prince Alfred Hotel, King William St) 1895 Memorial 31/425

No 1

HEARNSHAW, Isaac malster Adelaide 1848 Memorial 313/11

HEARNSHAW, Isaac brewer Adelaide 1853 Memorial 407/49

HEARSEY, Robert James farmer Lyndoch Co Adelaide. Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1881 Grant Book 14 Page 418 County Daly

No 1 - the Elder

HEASLIP, Benjamin farmer Adelaide Co Adelaide mid 1852 Hundred of Munno Para land grant Memorial 365/46 Farmer Moher Gawler Plains Oct 1852 Memorial 366/46 Farmer Gawler River 1853 Memorial 340/57

HEASLIP, Benjamin the Elder farmer Gawler Plains, died c1858 intestate Enrolment 21/46

HEASLIP, Benjamin the Elder farmer Gawler Plains, had died by 1877 intestate. In that year, his widow, Frances Heaslip, still lived on the Gawler Plains. Family included: Lavinia LINDSAY wife of James Lindsay farmer Gawler Plains, James Heaslip the Younger farmer Appila (eldest son and heir at law of the late Benjamin Heaslip the Elder), Elizabeth MAHOOD wife of George Mahood farmer Wirrabara, Frances ROBERTS wife of Jeremiah Roberts farmer Rice Creek, Robert Heaslip farmer Gladstone, Ann Jane MAHOOD wife of Joseph Mahood farmer Wirrabara, Mary Ann DENNISSON wife of Isaac Dennisson farmer Houghton, and Henry Heaslip farmer Angle Vale Memorial 205/329

HEASLIP, Benjamin the Elder farmer m (1) 22/2/1827 Kildrumferton, Co Cavan, Ireland, Elizabeth EVANS spinster. He came from Kiffa, near Kildrumferton. Their eldest son was Benjamin HEASLIP the Younger, baptised 21/9/1828 at Kildrumferton. Mrs Heaslip died and B Heaslip the Elder m (2) 4/4/1836 Kildrumferton, Frances nee ?, The family emigrated to SA 1850. Benjamin Heaslip farmer Peachey Belt, died intestate 10/4/1858 Mudla Wirra, through an accident, aged 50. His eldest son, Benjamin Heaslip formerly the Younger of Smithfield, inherited the estate as heir at law. Peter MCEVOY farmer formerly of Dean, Co Cavan, Ireland, but then of Peachey Belt 1861, stated that he knew Benjamin Heaslip well in Ireland before his marriage. Benjamin Heaslip's property went into trust until 26/2/1877, when each of the children took a share absolutely Deposit 103/1861

No 2 - the Younger

HEASLIP, Benjamin the Younger farmer Adelaide 1852[-1856]

Memorial 263/43

HEASLIP, Benjamin the Younger of Sections 3878 and 4139 Hundred of Munno Para 1854 Memorial 372/66

HEASLIP, Benjamin the Younger farmer Gawler Plains, eldest son and heir at law of Benjamin HEASLIP the Elder 1858 Enrolment 21/46

HEASLIP, Benjamin [formerly the Younger] farmer Gawler Plains 1861[-1863] Memorial 134/176

HEASLIP, Benjamin formerly the Younger farmer Angle Vale near Smithfield 1868 Application 9449

HEASLIP, Benjamin [formerly the Younger] farmer Angle Vale linked with James Heaslip farmer Undalya, and Robert Heaslip farmer Gawler Plains 1873 Memorial 140/268

HEASLIP, Benjamin farmer Angle Vale 1873 Application 12947

HEASLIP, Benjamin [formerly the Younger] farmer Angle Vale Hundred of Munno Para 1874 Memorial 227/271

HEASLIP, Benjamin farmer Hundred of Munno Para 1876 Memorial 242/293

HEASLIP, Benjamin, James Heaslip and James Jones Heaslip farmers Gawler River 1865 Memorial 214/203

HEASLIP, Benjamin farmer Angle Vale linked with Henry Heaslip farmer Gawler Plains and James Heaslip farmer Undalya 1874 Memorial 66/284

HEASLIP, Benjamin [formerly the Younger but now] the Elder and Younger farmers Angle Vale 1880 Memorial 224/320

HEASLIP, Benjamin formerly the Younger farmer Gawler Plains 1889 Application 21541

HEASLIP, Benjamin formerly the Younger farmer formerly of Adelaide but now of Angle Vale 1892 Memorial 190/412

HEASLIP, Benjamin farmer formerly of Gawler River but now of Kangaroo Flat near Auburn 1898 Application 23623

HEASLIP, Claire Gabrielle formerly wife of Sydney Frank Heaslip grazier (formerly of Appila Yarowie but then of Adelaide) renounced her name and assumed the name Claire Gabrielle GAYNOR unmarried woman Adelaide 1913 Memorial 186/469

HEASLIP, David farmer Crystal Brook near Clare. Hundred of Booyoolie land grant 1877 Grant Book 60 Page 153 County Victoria

HEASLIP, Fanny spinster Appila Yarrowie 1887 Memorial 39/386

HEASLIP, Gordon Wyatt born on 12/4/1885 at Eurilpa Springs, Hundred of Eurilpa. Parents - James and Sophia Heaslip Memorial 207/406

HEASLIP, Henry farmer Angle Vale 1882 Application 19154

No 1

HEASLIP, James farmer Gawler Plains 1858 Memorial 173/137

HEASLIP, James farmer near Smithfield 1865 Memorial 166/204

No 2

HEASLIP, James farmer formerly of the Gawler Plains 1858 but now of Willow Park near Yarrowie 1875 Application 14433

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

HEASLIP, James JP farmer Yarrowie 1876 Memorial 108/297

HEASLIP, James farmer Appila-Yarrowie, died 13/11/1893 Eurelia on his way to Appila-Yarrowie, of face cancer, aged 56 Application 23623

No 3 - likely to be a continuation of No 2

HEASLIP, James farmer Hundred of Eurilpa 1887 Memorial 88/384

HEASLIP, James farmer Eurilpa Springs near Pamatta 1888[-1889] Memorial 38/393

No 4

HEASLIP, James farmer Undalya Co Stanley Hundred of Appila land grant 1879 Grant Book 24 Page 496 County Frome

HEASLIP, Lily Sophia spinster Appila Yarrowie 1891 Memorial 27/411

HEASLIP, Sophia widow Gawler River [probably relict of the late Francis Heaslip formerly farmer Auburn but now deceased] 1882 Memorial 181/338

HEASLIP, William Henry of Eurilpa 1890 Memorial 204/401

No 1

HEATH, Alfred draper Adelaide 1851 Memorial 165/31

No 2

HEATH, Alfred and William Frederick gentlemen Angaston 1851 Memorial 200/32

HEATH, Alfred and William Frederick, both sons of Henry Heath all gentlemen Adelaide 1853 Memorial 269/59

No 1 - perhaps the same person

HEATH, Alfred Esquire Clapham 1857 Memorial 344/122

HEATH, Alfred and HEATH, Edwin James gentlemen Adelaide 1860 Application 1606

HEATH, Alfred gentleman Lower Mitcham 1860 Application 1849

HEATH, Alfred secretary to the Minister of Education 1879 Memorial 153/323

HEATH, Alfred audit commissioner Adelaide and Emma Elizabeth Heath his wife 1885 Memorial 97/370

HEATH, Alfred gentleman Lower Mitcham 1888 Application 21438.

HEATH, Emma Elizabeth widow Lower Mitcham relict of the late Alfred Heath formerly gentleman Lower Mitcham now deceased linked with Palmerston Heath insurance company manager Adelaide 1902 Memorial 158/446

No 1

HEATH, Alfred Hodsoll Gordon mine manager Lower Mitcham son of the late Emma Elizabeth Heath formerly of Lower Mitcham now deceased 1910 Memorial 90/462

HEATH, Alfred Hodsoll Gordon mine manager Lower Mitcham 1911 Memorial 245/464

No 1

HEATH, BEJ spinster Kensington 1881[-1882] Memorial 46/333

HEATH, Beatrice Elizabeth Jane storekeeper Pt Lincoln 1902[-1906] Memorial 165/446

HEATH, Benjamin James contractor Kingston S-E 1891[-1905] Memorial 250/409

No 1 - the Elder

HEATH, Charles of Pt Adelaide 1854 Memorial 365/66

HEATH, Charles mariner Pt Adelaide 1859 Application 370

HEATH, Charles master mariner Pt Adelaide 1863[-1864] Memorial 234/188

HEATH, Charles the Elder master mariner Pt Adelaide 1880 Application 18323.

HEATH, Charles master mariner Pt Adelaide 1864, died c 1881. He left his entire estate to his wife, Harriet Heath formerly Harriet PERRY, and his unnamed children upon various trusts. Executors: Charles Heath draper's assistant Le Fevre Peninsula and John Heath master mariner Le Fevre Peninsula Memorial 138/333

HEATH, Harriett widow Birkenhead 1906. She could not write. Linked with Charles Heath licensed victualler Salt Creek Application 25263

No 2 - the Younger

HEATH, Charles draper and John Heath mariner both of Le Fevre Peninsula Coobowie township allotment land grant 1875 Grant Book 19 Page 444 County Fergusson

HEATH, Charles the Younger draper’s assistant Pt Adelaide 1880 Application 18322.

HEATH, Charles draper’s assistant and HEATH, John master mariner Pt Adelaide 1882 Application 19367.

HEATH, Charles draper Pt Adelaide 1888 Application 21435.

HEATH, Charles draper Pt Adelaide 1886 Memorial 66/378

No 1

HEATH, Charles Francis and WOOLDRIDGE, Henry John sheep farmers Wallanippe Station near Smoky Bay 1845[-1862] Memorial 2/222

No 2 - perhaps the same person

HEATH, CF clerk to JW SUTHERLAND solicitor [probably Mt Gambier] 1873 Memorial 82/266

HEATH, Charles Francis gentleman North Adelaide 1876[-1889] Memorial 164/293

No 1

HEATH, Edwin James gentleman Adelaide 1854[-1885] Memorial 340/76

HEATH, Edwin James gentleman Lower Mitcham 1860 Application 1878

HEATH, David mason and Edwy Heath compositor both of Whitmore Square Adelaide 1887 Memorial 194/387

HEATH, Edward carter Quorn Hundred of Pichi Richi land grant 1879 Grant Book 49 Page 23 County Newcastle

No 1

HEATH, George labourer Adelaide 1838 Application 21372

HEATH, George labourer Adelaide 1868 Memorial 74/230

No 2

HEATH, George farmer Gawler River 1852[-1864] Memorial 74/44

HEATH, George farmer Lower Light 1865 Memorial 82/201

HEATH, George farmer formerly of Gawler River 1852 but now of Two Wells 1867 Application 8366

No 3

HEATH, George farmer Tickera 1886[-1903] Memorial 187/378

HEATH, George farmer Tickera. Hundred of Tickera land grant 1903 Grant Book 14 Page 217 County Daly

HEATH, George farmer Alford. Hundred of Tickera land grant 1904[-1910] Grant Book 14 Page 218 County Daly

HEATH, George overseer Alford. Hundred of Tickera land grant 1911 Grant Book 14 Page 224 County Daly

No 4

HEATH, George labourer Bundey 1898 Memorial 72/434

HEATH, George Alexander tailor Nuriootpa 1942 Memorial 65/51

No 1

HEATH, Henry no description father of Alfred Heath and Frederick William Heath gentlemen Adelaide 1853 Memorial 269/59

HEATH, Henry gentleman 11 Chepstow Place, New Camberwell Road near London, England 1854 Memorial 349/68

HEATH, Henry at present residing in England 1854 Linked with Alfred Heath gentleman Adelaide, who acted as H Heath's local attorney for his SA affairs Memorial 462/75

No 2

HEATH, Henry blacksmith Bowden 1871[-1873] Memorial 162/251

HEATH, Henry blacksmith Glenelg 1878 Memorial 191/320

HEATH, Henry formerly of Glenelg but now of Glen Osmond 1880 Application 18135

No 3

HEATH, Henry fisherman Alberton 1877, used to sell fresh water from two wells he owned on Lot 25 in Angas St, Alberton. The trade became unprofitable when the town had water laid on Application 15702

No 1

HEATH, John fisherman Alberton 1873 Application 12974

HEATH, John fisherman Diamond Place (until c1942 formerly known as Providence Place) Alberton, died 7/12/1931. He left his whole estate to his wife, Mary Heath, John Heath probably a son of Henry Heath labourer Alberton Application 28386

HEATH, John fisherman Providence Place, Alberton, died 7/12/ 1931. Husband of Mary Heath. Estate worth £150 Memorial 62/518

No 2

HEATH, John master mariner Birkenhead son of Harriet Heath 1884[-1906], died c1906. Probably brother to Charles Heath formerly draper's assistant Birkenhead 1884 but now licensed victualler Salt Creek 1906 Memorial 59/456

No 3

HEATH, John cordial manufacturer Wallaroo 1882 Grant Book 14 Page 67 County Daly

HEATH, John farmer Wallaroo. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1894 Grant Book 14 Page 92 County Daly

HEATH, John Benjamin secretary Tobacco Co of SA Adelaide linked with Palmerston Heath insurance company manager Sydney NSW 1915 Memorial 155/472

HEATH, John William retired butcher 8 Diamond Place, Alberton 1949, declared that he had been born on 7/3/1892 at Alberton and had lived at the same address for his lifetime. He had been living a semi-retired life for the past 18 years because of a physical disability Application 28644

No 1

HEATH, Palmerston insurance manager Adelaide 1900[-1906] Memorial 156/440

HEATH, Palmerston of Lower Mitcham Secretary to the North Queensland Insurance Co Ltd 1900 Memorial 230/439

HEATH, Palmerston insurance company manager formerly of Adelaide but now of Sydney NSW 1911 Application 26040

HEATH, Percy Reginald labourer Paskeville. Hundred of Kulpara land grant 1903[-1906] Grant Book 14 Page 334 County Daly

No 1

HEATH, Robert mason Clare 1868 Memorial 223/234

HEATH, Robert stonemason Clare 1869 Application 10123

HEATH, Robert mason formerly of Clare but now of Wallaroo 1870 Memorial 52/247

No 1

HEATH, Robert Andrew founder Wallaroo. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1872 Grant Book 14 Page 63 County Daly

HEATH, Robert Andrew builder Wallaroo. Hundred of Tickera land grant 1883[-1903] Grant Book 14 Page 212 County Daly

HEATH, Robert Andrew farmer Tickera 1888 Memorial 243/392

HEATH, Robert Andrew formerly builder Wallaroo but now farmer Hundred of Tickera Co Daly 1893 Memorial 7/418

HEATH, Robert Andrew builder Tickera 1903 Memorial 204/448

HEATH, Robert Andrew farmer Pt Lincoln 1903[-1906] Application 25154

No 1

HEATH, Samuel of Hindley St, Adelaide 1865 Memorial 259/202

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

HEATH, Samuel licensed victualler Glenelg 1873 Memorial 8/266

HEATH, Samuel licensed victualler formerly of Glenelg but now of Greenock 1873 Memorial 106/270

HEATH, Samuel publican Greenock 1875 Application 14524

No 1

HEATH, Thomas Robert stonemason Norwood 1851[-1854] Memorial 406/31

HEATH, Thomas Robert builder Kadina. Kadina (Hundred of Kadina) township allotment land grant 1861 Grant Book 14 Page 24 County Daly

HEATH, Thomas Robert [formerly stonemason Norwood but now] contractor Wallaroo 1870 Memorial 52/247

HEATH, Thomas Robert founder Wallaroo Bay. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1873[-1882] Grant Book 14 Page 80 County Daly

HEATH, Thomas William Andrew coach maker Norwood 1867 Application 8893

No 1

HEATH, William Adams farmer Gawler River 1865[-1868] Memorial 201/203

HEATH, William Adams farmer Roseworthy 1867 Memorial 34/224

No 1

HEATH, William Frederick and Alfred gentlemen Angaston 1851 Memorial 200/32

HEATH, William Frederick and Alfred gentlemen late of Angaston 1853 Memorial 43/53 Storekeepers Adelaide 1853 Memorial 16/53

HEATH, William Frederick and Alfred storekeepers Adelaide, trading under the style of W & A Heath 1852 Memorial 466/39

HEATH, William Frederick gentleman Adelaide died 1/11/1853 at Goodwood. He left his whole estate to his father, Henry HEATH gentleman 11 Chepstow Place, Camberwell New Road, Surrey, England. H Heath gave power of attorney to his son, Alfred HEATH gentleman Adelaide, to manage his SA estates, including sale of land 28/3/1854 Deposit 188/OA

No 1

HEATH, William Thomas grocer Adelaide (Stafford St) 1856 Memorial 1/108

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

HEATH, William Thomas farmer Hundred of Clinton 1883 Memorial 187/348

HEATH, William Thomas mason Paskeville, had died by 1905. Executor – Percival Reginald Heath labourer Paskeville Grant Book 14 Page 336 County Daly

HEATHCOTE, FW storekeeper Mt Pleasant Yankalilla 1855 Memorial 203/86

No 1

HEATHCOTE, John gentleman North Adelaide 1846 Memorial 356/6

HEATHCOTE, John sheepfarmer Black Forest 1848 Memorial 227/13

HEATHCOTE, John landowner Adelaide 1851 Memorial 277/30

HEATHCOTE, John merchant Adelaide 1851 Memorial 395/38

HEATHCOTE, John merchant Adelaide (Tavistock Buildings, Rundle St) Adelaide 1852[-1853] Memorial 127/47

HEATHCOTE, John formerly sheep farmer Black Forest but now merchant Adelaide (Rundle St) 1853 Memorial 318/48

HEATHCOTE, John Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now in parts beyond the seas 1860 Memorial 213/169

HEATHCOTE, John JP of Yankalilla, died 21/11/1887. Edward ALGER gentleman East Mitcham the executor. Frances Heathcote widow linked here Memorial 214/392 & Application 23481

HEATHCOTE, Frances widow formerly of North Parade, Norwood, now of Cameron St, North Brunswick Vic 1897 Application 23481

HEATHCOTE, Frances widow formerly of North Parade, Goodwood but now of Moreland Vic 1898 Memorial 97/434

HEATHCOTE, John gentleman Yankalilla 1882 Application 19113

No 1

HEATHCOTE, JE of Normanville 1895 Memorial 114/424

HEATHCOTE, John Edwards of Normanville 1901 Memorial 146/447

No 1

HEATHCOTE, John Wordsworth gentleman Yankalilla 1852 Memorial 128/47

HEATHCOTE, John Wordsworth farmer Yankalilla 1853 linked with John Heathcote merchant Adelaide Memorial 139/54

HEATHCOTE, John Wordsworth storekeeper Yankalilla 1855[-1857] Memorial 239/86

HEATHCOTE, John Wordsworth storekeeper Yankalilla son of John Heathcote no description 1860 Memorial 209/168

HEATHCOTE, John Wordsworth gentleman Yankalilla 1861 Application 2349

HEATHCOTE, John Wordsworth JP storekeeper Yankalilla 1863 Application 4618

HEATHCOTE, JW and Charles MATHER storekeepers Normanville, sold their business to Alfred LIMBERT no description. They agreed 'having sold our store and part stock we will not enter into business as storekeepers hereafter within a radius of five miles from Normanville, this agreement not to affect our disposing of our rejected stock' 1864 Memorial 194/227

HEATHCOTE, John Wordsworth formerly storekeeper Yankalilla 1856 now sheep farmer Fowler Bay 1870 Application 10833

HEATHCOTE, John Wordsworth sheep farmer Fowler Bay 1874 Memorial 250/277

HEATHCOTE, JW land agent Adelaide 1881 Memorial 48/333

HEATHCOTE, John Wordsworth JP Adelaide 1881 Application 18425

HEATHCOTE, John Wordsworth agent Adelaide 1882 Application 19115

HEATHCOTE, John Wordsworth agent Adelaide 1883 son of John Heathcote gentleman Adelaide 1856 Application 19804

HEATHCOTE, John Wordsworth land agent North Parade, Goodwood, died 3/7/1886, of cerebral haemorrhage 24 hours, aged 61 Application 22524

HEATHCOTE, John Wordsworth agent Adelaide, died 3/7/1886 intestate. Letters of administration to his wife, Frances Heathcote, to settle his estate Memorial 133/382

HEATHER, William brickmaker Hindmarsh West in partnership with William HARDING brickmaker Croydon, rented 4 allotments on the north-western corner of King St and Euston Tce, across from the railway line, Croydon from George DENMAN gentleman New Glenelg, at £26 a year for 5 years from 28/12/1883. They could make bricks, pipes or tiles. By the end of 1886, twelve months’ rent was owing, and then William Harding disappeared by night. George Denman rented out the land to Thomas Henry BROOKER greengrocer Croydon to make hay, shortly before Denman must have died. John Denman builder Cheltenham near Woodville, George Denman’s executor, gave this information 1888 Application 21341

HEATLEY, James labourer Hindmarsh 1842 Memorial 218/172

HEAVEN, Thomas of near Kadina 1887 Memorial 74/384

HEAVER, George blacksmith Adelaide 1849 Memorial 227/17

HEAVER, John station hand Penola 1901 Application 24202

HEAVERS, John farmer Bramfield Bramfield (Hundred of Ward) township allotment land grant 1879 Grant Book 48 Page 4 County Musgrave

HEAZLEWOOD, Robert formerly yeoman of Beulah, near Portland Vic, but now farrier of Portland, power of attorney to Frederick AYERS solicitor Adelaide, to claim estate belonging to him through the will of Abraham Field BARRETT. All land to be placed under the provisions of the Real Property Act 10/11/1877. A Robert Heazlewood witnessed the signature Deposit 21/1878

No 1

HEBARD, Henry yeoman Robe 1854[-1856] Memorial 283/74

HEBARD, Henry of Newton near Robe Town 1860 Application 1595

HEBE, Carl farmer Section 882 Hundred of Moorooroo 1865 Memorial 227/200

HEBBERMAN, August and Henry of Walkerville 1880 Applications 18284

HEBDITCH, George labourer Naracoorte 1878. Naracoorte Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee Application 16584

HEBERLE, Alfred Henry Charles gentleman Adelaide sold a mineral licence 1888 Memorial 124/390

No 1

HEBERLET, James William professor of music Kensington 1873[-1888] Memorial 207/264

HEBERLET, James William professor of music Kensington and Rhoda Heberlet his wife 1893 Memorial 84/417

HEBERLET, Rhoda widow Bridge St, Kensington, died c1922. Aunt to Frieda Agnes GROSE spinster Grove Place, Kensington Memorial 23/490

HECHLER, EH solicitor Adelaide 1911 Memorial 138/464

HECHT, Friedrich landowner Yankalilla 1851 Memorial 369/34

No 1

HECKENDORF, Christian farmer Hoffnungsthal 1858 Memorial 43/134

HECKENDORF, Christian farmer near Lydoch Valley 1859 Application 913

HECKENDORF, Christian Benjamin farmer Hoffnungsthal near Lyndoch 1866 Application 7869.

No 1

HECKENDORF, Johann Friedrich farmer Lyndoch Valley 1860 Memorial 268/164

HECKENDORF, Johann Friedrich farmer Blumberg 1861 Memorial 20/177

HECKER, Edmund Albert labourer Swan Reach Co Albert. Tintinara (Hundred of Coombe) township allotment land grant 1907 Grant Book 10 Page 101 County Cardwell

No 1

HECKER, Ferdinand Edwin farmer Rhine Villa 1886 Memorial 87/374

HECKER, Ferdinand Edwin farmer Rhine Villa Hundred of Angas land grant 1897 Grant Book 58 Page 183 County Sturt

HECKER, George gentleman Adelaide about to leave SA 1899 Memorial 176/444

No 1 - perhaps the same person

HECKER, Wilhelm yeoman Callington on the Bremer 1857[-1865] Memorial 52/121

HECKER, Wilhelm farmer near Rhine Villa 1890 Memorial 61/406

HECTOLL, Charles Biggs butcher Auburn 1916 Memorial 197/474

HECTOR, Agnes widow Clarence Park 1911 Application 25996

HECTOR, Charles hawker near Summer Hill 1868 Memorial 178/230

No 1

HECTOR, Edward James gentleman Adelaide; son of John Hector Esquire Adelaide. Hundred of Bremer land purchase 1852[-1856] Memorial 237/44

HECTOR, Edward James gentleman Montura Langhorne Creek 1857 Memorial 288/131

HECTOR, Edward James wine grower Montura, Langhorne Creek 1863, declared that he was the only son of John Hector and his wife Maria Matilda nee WILSON, born at Kiel, Holstein, on 3/6/1832 and baptised there on 20/6/1832. Osmond GILLES Esquire Glen Osmond near Adelaide 1863 declared that he had known the Hectors for 33 years. Mrs Hector came from Buxthude near Hamberg, in the Kingdom of Hanover Application 28734

HECTOR, Edward James farmer Langhorne Creek at present absent from the colony 1867 Memorial 148/270 Esquire Montura 1873 Memorial 149/270

HECTOR, Edward James farmer Wandearah 1881 Application 18603

HECTOR, Edward James stockholder Valencia near Pt Pirie 1882 Application 19394

HECTOR, Edward James Esquire Pt Pirie 1884 Memorial 135/359

HECTOR, Edward James farmer Hudred of Pirie. Hundred of Pirie land grant 1884 Grant Book 60 Page 298 County Victoria

No 1

HECTOR, Frederick Anton labourer Mintaro 1897 Memorial 181/432

HECTOR, Frederick Anton labourer Mintaro 1929. His brother, John Hector, married Henrietta HOGAN nee SMITH Application 27706

HECTOR, Frederick William stone cutter Mintaro 1880[-1903] Memorial 45/328

No 1

HECTOR, James farmer Mt Charles 1851[-1858] Memorial 178/36

HECTOR, James farmer Woodside 1855 Memorial 191/98

HECTOR, Johann Alfred farmer Hundred of Mobilong Co Sturt via Mannum 1886 Memorial 211/377

No 1

HECTOR, John Esquire Adelaide. Shareholder and perhaps Trustee Seaside and Rural Building Association 1849 Memorial 330/14

HECTOR, John Esquire Exchange Chambers Adelaide 1851 Memorial 120/33

HECTOR, John Esquire Exchange Chambers Adelaide. Hundred of Yatala land grant 1851 Grant Book 1 Page 63 County Adelaide

HECTOR, John died 30/7/1863 Adelaide, of apoplexy, aged 76. John Hector’s son, and the testator's friend, Henry Hobhouse TURTON gentleman Adelaide, were executors for his will. Estate worth £2,000. The personal estate, including mining shares, to be sold privately or at public auction - £50 to any surviving grandchildren, £100 each to the testator's sister, Jane Hector, and his sister-in-law, Ann Hector, widow of his brother Thomas Hector, and Julia Wilson, of Hamburg, sister of the testator's wife. Annuity of £200 to his wife for life [how the annuity to be funded not quite clear]. The rest of the money to be divided equally absolutely amongst the testator's wife and three children. John Hector gave his daughter Matilda Ann Jane ALISON nee Hector wife of John Alison of Reigate, Surrey, England, sections in the Hundreds of Bremer, Currency Creek, Talunga and Moorooroo. To his son, Edward Hector, Sections in the Hundred of Bremer 2783, 2800, 2840, 2842, 3597, 3599, 3600 and any money he had lent him. The rest of his real estate to his daughter, Susanna Hector - at St Leonards (dwelling house, three cottages and sundry allotments), 40 acres of Section 480 at Hampstead, cottage and land at Mt Lofty leased of Arthur HARDY, Pt Town Acre 401 Adelaide, unsold allotments at New Brighton, Kapunda, Emu Flats, Port Flinders etc.

Osmond GILLES stated on 1/12/1863, that he had known John Hector for at least 33 years. Mr Gilles had witnessed the marriage of John Hector commercial clerk of Kiel; and Maria Matilda Wilson of Bremerlich (?), near Buxthude, Kingdom of Hanover, at the English Episcopal Church, Heilegen Geistfeld, in Hamburg 18/8/1831.

Edward James Hector wine grower Montura Langhorne Creek, declared that he was the only son and heir at law of John Hector merchant clerk Kiel, Holstein, Denmark, and his wife, Maria Matilda WILSON, born 3/6/1832 Kiel, Holstein, and baptised 20/6/1832 in the Nicholaus Kirche, Kiel (Godparents - Edward BIRCH, Edward Palliser WILSON, Mary Birch). Deposits 165-167/1864, 3/1865, 106/1866, 147/1869 FIND

HECTOR, Maria Matilda nee Wilson, widow of John Hector Esquire Adelaide, presently residing at 170 Lancaster Rd, Notting Hill, London and the Free Hanseatic City of Hamburg, died 16/8/1881 5 Palmville, Altona, Holstein, near Hamburg, aged 77 years 92 days. She had been born at Lehe. Mrs Hector made her daughter, Matilda Ann Jane ALISON wife of John Alison 90 Lancaster Gate, Mary-le-Bone Parish, London, her sole executor. All her real estate in SA to her son, Edward James Hector Montura Langhorne Bridge. His wife to get £200. 10 shares each in the Nickeroy Gas Company, Empire of Brazil, to her Hector granddaughters - Constance, Adelheid and ‘another born in May of the present year whose name is at present unknown to me’ 1877. £50 each to her two daughters ‘they being well provided for by marriage’. £100 to the daughters of her husband’s brothers, Thomas Hector Esquire Stonehaven, Scotland, and Robert Hector Esquire Montrose, Scotland. £50 to her friend, Mrs Haselmann nee Schnapauf, of Kuhmuhle, Hohenfelde, Hamburg. £100 to her grandniece, Matilde RÜBEKE nee Wilson 21 Mathilden Strasse Altona, Holstein. £20 to her servant Therese MATTHIESSEN Application 19080

No 1

HECTOR, Thomas yeoman Mt Torrens 1854 Memorial 220/65

HECTOR, Thomas farmer Mt Torrens 1859 Memorial 302/156

No 2

HECTOR, Thomas farmer Balhannah. Hundred of Strathalbyn land purchase 1855 Memorial 290/87

HECTOR, Thomas farmer Dalveen Hundred of Strathalbyn 1857 Memorial 317/130

No 3

HECTOR, Thomas farmer Victoria Park near Adelaide 1902 Application 24373

HEDDLE, Arnold Flower and George Magnus Heddle orange growers on the Little Para near Salisbury 1933 Memorial 61/506

No 1

HEDDLE, Frederic Arnold horticulturalist Unley Park 1934 Memorial 196/507

HEDDLE, Fred A retired chemist 35 Thornber St, Unley Park 1938 Memorial 84/512

HEDDLE, Frederick Arnold chemist 33 Thornber St, Unley, aged 70 in 1952, declared that he had often visited Salisbury where his family used to live Application 28882

No 1

HEDDLE, George Magnus and Arnold Flower orchardists Salisbury 1930 Application 27791

HEDDLE, George Magnus out of business George St, Salisbury 1950, declared that he had lived for over 70 years in the town Application 28763

No 1

HEDDLE, Harold Knight fruitgrower Salisbury linked with James Irvine Heddle formerly engine fitter Salisbury but now farmer Kulpara. AE Heddle housekeeper Salisbury mentioned 1918 Memorial 71/477

HEDDLE, Harold Knight fruitgrower Salisbury 1925 Application 27371

HEDDLE, Harold Knight gardener Salisbury 1938, declared that he had lived there for 59 years Application 28162

HEDDLE, Harold Knight citrus grower Salisbury, aged 62 in 1942, and had lived there for all his life Application 28306

HEDDLE, Harold Knight citrus grower Salisbury, died 8/2/1945. Brother to William Samuel Heddle out of business Glenelg and Ida Margaret Heddle Memorial 31/519

HEDDLE, Harold Knight citrus grower Salisbury, died 8/2/1945. Executor; William Samuel Heddle out of business 6 Giles St, Glenelg, died 15/12/1946. Probably husband of Rachel English Heddle widow 6 Giles Ave, Glenelg 1951 Memorial 12/526

No 1

HEDDLE, James Irvine engine fitter Islington linked with John Heddle baker Salisbury 1895 Memorial 192/424

HEDDLE, James Irvine retired farmer Moonta Road, Kadina, died 2/9/1949. Husband of Alice Louisa Heddle. Father of Doris Annie DANIEL, Kathleen Maisie ROGERS, and Gwendoline Alice MARTIN. Brother to Ida Margaret Heddle spinster Park Tce, Salisbury (who died 21/8/1951 Unley Road, Unley), Frederic Arnold Heddle out of business 33 Thornber St, Unley Park, John George Heddle of Charlbury Road, Medindie, George Magnus Heddle of Salisbury. Brother-in-law to Rachel English Heddle of 6 Giles Ave, Glenelg. Uncle of Arnold Flower Heddle Memorials 110 & 111/527

No 1

HEDDLE, John labourer North Adelaide 1853 Memorial 417/53

HEDDLE, John the Elder, John the Younger and Thomas Heddle all of The Gilbert 1856 Memorial 141/110

HEDDLE, John labourer formerly of North Adelaide but now of Riverton 1857 Memorial 91/128

No 2

HEDDLE, John carter Adelaide 1862 Application 3460

No 3

HEDDLE, John baker Salisbury 1867[-1881] Memorial 178/222

HEDDLE, John baker Salisbury 1873 Application 12641

HEDDLE, John baker Salisbury linked with John George Heddle of Salisbury 1880 Memorial 184/320

HEDDLE, John baker Salisbury 1892[-1895] Memorial 93/414

HEDDLE, John George storekeeper Booleroo Centre 1910 Application 25869

HEDDLE, John Hay gentleman Adelaide 1854[-1865] Memorial 272/77

No 1

HEDDLE, Thomas publican Truro 1880 Memorial 200/326

HEDDLE, Thomas publican formerly of Truro but now of Kapunda 1882 Memorial 18/346

HEDDLE, Thomas hotelkeeper Sir John Franklin Hotel Kapunda 1882 Memorial 161/341

HEDDLE, William carpenter Truro 1891 Memorial 28/411

HEDEN, AE of Princes St, Adelaide 1893 Memorial 83/523

HEDGE, Charles grocer Kensington 1867[-1868] Memorial 166/222

HEDGE, Thomas painter Brownhill Creek 1850 Memorial 122/20

HEDGECOCK, Stephen labourer Richmond 1849 Memorial 497/17

HEDGER, Francis butcher Le Fevre Peninsula 1855[-1857] Memorial 407/92

HEDGER, James gardener Strathalbyn 1866 Memorial 126/210

No 1

HEDGER, Stephen [possibly of SA] held a pastoral run probably near Levi's waterholes by Truro 1864 Memorial 213/194

HEDGER, Stephen of Moorara Station Darling River NSW 1868 Memorial 107/230

HEDGES, Henry Abraham bootmaker Adelaide 1894 Application 22748

HEDGES, Thomas licensed victualler Adelaide (Old Colonist's Inn Wakefield St) 1854 Memorial 10/67

HEDGES, William Noah contractor Mt Barker 1890 Memorial 153/401

HEDLEY, Walter retired Lyndhurst Rd, Glebe NSW, died 25/2/1878, of chronic hepatitis and gall bladder catarrh (1.5 years) aged 71. Born in Northumberland, England, the son of an unknown father, he had come to NSW 40 years previously, with his wife, Elizabeth nee NIXON, and a family. HEDLEY, Elizabeth widow of Walter Hedley, died 24/6/1880 Campbell St, Glebe NSW, of general debility, aged 73. She had been born in Scotland, and had lived in NSW for 45 years, after marrying at the age of 20, in Co Northumberland. Their daughter, Helen Hedley, born in Co Northumberland, married Alexander Mitchell stockholder Mt Gambier, in Australia. He lived at Hedley Park (prob Section 1100 Hundred of Blanche), Mt Gambier, and died in 1862. The widow remarried, aged 44, while she was living at the Menzies Hotel, Melbourne Vic, to John FREW 37, a banker, living for the moment at Garton’s Hotel, Melbourne. He had been born in Adelaide, the son of James Frew farmer and Jane FULLARTON. The marriage took place in Scots Church, Collins St, Melbourne Vic on 16/10/1877. Helen Frew died 9/10/1881 Mt Gambier. No child of the marriage. A son of the first marriage died before he reached 21 - did he survive infancy??? Application 19207

HEDT, Carl Gustav labourer Stockwell 1876[-1887] Memorial 241/294

No 1

HEED, John gentleman Adelaide (Pirie St) 1854 Memorial 127/72

HEED, John licensed victualler City Bridge Hotel Adelaide 1857 Memorial 292/114

HEED, John licensed victualler formerly of Adelaide 1864 but now of Norwood 1868 Application 9549

HEEGAARD/HEEGARD, Stephen farmer Langhorne Creek 1854[-1857] Memorial 54/63

HEENAN, Mrs widow Penola 1904 Application 24762

No 1

HEEPS, James no description leased land near Blackfellows Creek from the OAKLEY family 1855 Memorial 251162

HEEPS, James farmer Blackfellow's Creek 1855, rented three sections of land from the Josiah OAKLEY family for 7 years from 25/3/1855, for £100 a year. 'J Heeps is to have no right to cut or remove any fruit trees or vines in the garden, and we reserve the right to work and cut the trees and vines to ourselves or plant more trees in the garden.' Application 18009

HEEPS, James farmer McHarg Creek. Hundred of Kuitpo land grant 1859 Grant Book 1 Page 302 County Adelaide

No 1

HEFFERON, Patrick labourer Normanville 1876 Memorial 90/294

HEFFERON, Patrick labourer Normanville, died 14/2/1881. Husband of Ellen Hefferon. Father of Ellen MURPHY and Bridget NIELSON Memorial 46/494

HEFFORD, John labourer Hope Valley 1887[-1899] Memorial 175/386

No 1

HEFFORD, William yeoman Nairne 1855[-1858] Memorial 483/89

HEFFORD, William farmer near Nairne 1861 Application 2720

HEFFRON, Annie married woman formerly of Gunson St, Adelaide but then of Hutt St, Adelaide 1913, daughter of William SCUDDS labourer Stirling East, who died 8/6/1906 Adelaide Hospital, of 12 months' carcinoma of the prostate and 7 days' suppression of wine, aged 79. Mrs Heffron inherited his real estate provided she gave her father good and sufficient board, food, lodging, clothes, washing and mending Application 26169

HEGAN, Charles gentleman Morphett Vale 1892 Application 22428

HEGAN, Joseph merchant Liverpool, Lancs, England, power of attorney to William SCOTT agent Pt Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 12/7/1847 Enrolment 45/8

No 1

HEGARTY, John shoemaker Gawler 1851[-1863] Memorial 13/29

HEGARTY, John shoemaker Hundred of Barossa. Hundred of Barossa land grant 1859 Grant Book 1 Page 52 County Adelaide

HEGARTY, John shoemaker Hundred of Barossa 1859 Memorial 292/156 Cordwainer Gawler 1859 Memorial 19/157

HEGARTY, John shoemaker Gawler in 1858, and remained there until May 1863, when he removed to Melbourne Vic, never to return to SA. He had become one of the trustees for the new public school opened in Williamstown SA in 1859. Some confusion in the place of residence, as John RUDALL gentleman Gawler claimed that J Hegarty resided continuously at Gawler between 1858-1863. Perhaps Hegarty had lived in Williamstown before he removed to Gawler, and the public school deed had been registered after he had already left the district. Fellow trustee John WARREN the Younger stockholder Springfield Barossa, stated that Hegarty had not acted as a trustee since Sep 1859 Application 12183

No 1

HEGGARTY, James labourer Adelaide 1859[-1871] Memorial 79/158

HEGGARTY, James labourer formerly of Adelaide 1859 but now of Hindmarsh 1874 Application 13641

No 1

HEGGATON, HJ clerk to Thomas R BRIGHT solicitor Clare 1887 Memorial 32/471

HEGGATON, HJ managing clerk Adelaide 1893 Memorial 175/419

HEGGATON, Horace John clerk to Messrs GORDON & BRIGHT solicitors Adelaide (Unity Chambers, Currie St) 1896 Memorials 3 & 4/427

No 1 - perhaps the same person

HEGGATON, Percival Thomas farmer Hindmarsh Island 1902 Memorial 100/445

HEGGATON, Percival Thomas formerly of Millswood but now of Glenelg linked with William Edmond Heggaton farmer formerly of Salt Creek but now of Colonel Light Gardens 1929 Memorial 140/502

HEGGATON, Mrs Sarah of Hindmarsh Island 1899 Memorial 146/437

No 1

HEGGATON, William farmer Mt Barker. Yankalilla and Encounter Bay land purchases 1853 Memorial 424/59

HEGGATON, William formerly of Mt Barker 1855 Memorial 436/87

HEGGATON, William storekeeper Middleton near Goolwa 1870[-1876] Memorial 28/249, Application 15420

HEGGATON, William farmer Middleton 1874 Memorial 30/273

HEGGATON, William formerly farmer Bald Hills near Yankalilla but now storekeeper Middleton 1883 Memorial 147/381

HEGGATON, William and WE storekeepers Middleton 1887 Memorial 214/385

HEGGATON, William formerly storekeeper Middleton but now out of business Mitcham 1912 Memorial 104/467

HEGGATON, William Edmund grazier Hundred of Yankalilla 1911 Memorial 95/467

No 1

HEGGIE, James of Tanunda 1865 Memorial 94/208

HEGGIE, James sheepfarmer Angaston 1874 Memorial 74/275

HEGGIE, James auctioneer Angaston and Carl Heinze of Eudunda both also auctioneers Eudunda trading under the style and firm of Carl Heinze & Co 1886 Memorial 150/374

HEGGIE, James stockholder Angaston Hundred of English land grant 1893 Grant Book 17 Page 173 County Eyre

HEGGIE, James gentleman formerly of Tanunda but now of Angaston 1900 Memorial 22/440

No 1

HEGGIE, James Percival clerk Angaston 1887 Memorial 95/382

HEGGIE, James Percival sheepfarmer Angaston 1894 Memorial 224/421

HEGGIE, James Percival landholder Angaston 1911 Application 25995

No 1

HEHIR, James farmer of Belvidere near Kapunda 1863 Application 4426

HEHIR, James farmer Mannanarie. Hundred of Mannanarie land grants 1926 Grant Book 13 Page 87 County Dalhousie

HEHIR, John the Younger labourer Carrieton 1890 Memorial 163/406

No 1
HEHIR, Michael farmer Wallaroo. Hundred of Cameron land grant 1883 Grant Book 14 Page 444 County Daly

HEHIR, Michael farmer Lochiel 1887 Memorial 79/386

No 1
HEHIR, Patrick farmer Allen Creek 1869[-1872] Memorial 47/238

HEHIR, Patrick farmer Kapunda Co Light. Hundred of Mannanarie land grants 1878[-1882] Grant Book 13 Page 74 County Dalhousie

HEHIR, Thomas farmer Orroroo. Hundred of Walloway land grant 1904 Grant Book 13 Page 229 County Dalhousie

No 1
HEIDENREICH, Franz Theodor Paul miller Salisbury 1924[-1928] Memorial 195/490

HEIDENREICH, Franz Theodor Paul miller Salisbury, aged 74 in 1949, declared that he had lived in the town for 51 years Application 28682

No 1
HEIDRICH, Christian Gottlieb farmer Section 117 Hundred of Nuriootpa 1851[-1854] Memorial 178/35

HEIDRICH, Christian Gottlieb farmer Gnadenfrei 1853 Memorial 142/59

HEIDRICH, Gottlieb farmer Greenock Creek 1853 Memorial 146/58

No 1

HEIDRICH, Robert shoemaker near Woodside 1859 Memorial 274/153, Application 19226

HEIDRICH, Robert of near Woodside. Woodside Lutheran Church trustee 1866 Application 7713

HEIDRICH, Robert farmer near Mannum 1877 Application 16049

HEIDRICH, Robert farmer Mannum 1886. He bought Section 1431 Murray River Special Survey 80 acres from Edward John EYRE of parts beyond the sea for £140 Application 21000

HEIDRICH, Robert Lenord Roy agent Mercunda. Mercunda (Hundred of Bakara) township allotment land grant 1916 Grant Book 3 Page 271 County Albert

HEIDRICH, Wilhelm farmer Light Pass, died c1855. He left his whole estate to his parents, Christian Heidrich and Marie Eleonore Heidrich nee NEUMANN in trust for life, then in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant to his brother and 3 sisters - Gottlieb Heidrich, Johanne Elisabeth Heidrich, Marie Rosina Heidrich and Johanne Christiane Heidrich. Gottlob OBST farmer Light Pass appointed executor Memorial 315/86

No 1

HEIER, Johann farmer Para Plains 1861[-1865] Memorial 74/182

HEIER, Johann farmer Para Plains linked with Johann Heinrich Heier farmer Salisbury 1901 Application 24260

No 1

HEIGHT, Joseph farmer Mt Gambier 1859 Memorial 298/152

HEIGHT, Joseph of Mt Gambier and Ann Height his wife 1865 Memorial 171/297

HEIGHT, Joseph farmer Mt Gambier died c1873. His surviving children in 1877 included Robert Height, Yexley Height, Joseph Height, John Height, Willliam Height and Elizabeth Rachael Height Application 15999

HEIGHT, Robert shoemaker Mt Gambier 1877 Application 15999

HEIGHTON, Caleb blacksmith North Adelaide 1866 Memorial 20/216

HEILAND, William Patrick farmer formerly gardener Seacombe now farmer Chandler's Hill 1862 Application 3302

HEILBROUN, Feodor merchant (of Israel & Heilbroun) Pt Augusta Co Frome. Oodnadatta (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1891 Grant Book 65 Page 234 County Not named

No 1

HEILGANS, August farmer Hundred of Waterloo 1871 Memorial 217/256

HEILGANS, August farmer Tarcowie 1893 Memorial 46/416

HEILLSON, John C manager ES & A Bank, Riverton 1880 Memorial 82/326

HEILMANN, Johann Carl Wilhelm bootmaker Tanunda 1891 Memorial 172/412

HEILMANN, Jürgen Heinrich farmer O'Halloran Hill 1854 Memorial 425/69

HEIMANN, Willie bottle blower Currant St, Kilkenny changed his name to Willie HYMAN 1921. Born at Wiesau, Silesia. Father a French man born at Rive de Gee, France Memorial 17/482

HEIN, Alfred Paul farmer Bakara. Hundred of Forster land grant 1912 Grant Book 3 Page 32 County Albert

No 1

HEIN, Friedrich Ernst farmer Lobethal 1915 Application 26431

HEIN, Friedrich Ernst retired gardener Lobethal, died 2/1/1961 Charleston. Husband of Alma Marie Hein. Father of Ivy Priscilla SCHWARZ wife of Ronald Aubrey Schwarz, Elliot Graham Hein and Hermann Benjamin Hein gardener Lobethal. Also Charlotte, Linda, Selma, Hilda, Gladys and Ruby Hein. Grandfather of Raymond Otto SICKERDICK, Allan Ronald Schwarz and John Henry Schwarz Memorial 181/533

No 1

HEIN, Johann Gottlieb farmer Monarto Hundred of Mobilong land grant 1884[-1885] Grant Book 58 Page 370 County Sturt

HEIN, Johann Gottlieb farmer Monarto 1899 Memorial 211/437

HEIN, Johann Hermann farmer Bakara. Hundred of Forster land grant 1911 Grant Book 3 Page 4 County Albert

HEIN, Reinhold Ferdinand gardener Lobethal 1925 Application 27389

No 1

HEINCERLATER, Charles contractor Woodside 1912 Memorial 11/468

HEINCERLATER, Charles formerly mail contractor Woodside but now labourer Main St, York township near Kilkenny 1916 Memorial 99/474

No 1

HEINE, Carl miner Glen Osmond 1857 Memorial 27/121

HEINE, Carl miner formerly of Glen Osmond 1857 but now of Sandhurst Vic 1875 Application 14527

HEINEMANN, C of Eudunda 1885 Memorial 93/371

No 1

HEINEMANN, Edmund Lewis sharebroker Adelaide 1897 Memorial 131/433

HEINEMANN, Edmund Lewis sharebroker Adelaide, carrying on business at Adelaide, London and Kalgoorlie as a sharebroker under the style or firm of EL Heinemann & Co, about to proceed to London, power of attorney to Clive SMITH sharebroker Adelaide, manager of the Adelaide and Kalgoorlie branches of the business, to manage EL Heinemann’s business affairs 4/12/1897 Deposit 1186/1897

HEINEMANN, Heinrich wheelwright Mt Gambier 1859[-1871] Memorial 218/151, Application 11789

No 1

HEINEMANN, Johann Heinrich watchmaker Adelaide 1851 Memorial 422/38

HEINEMANN, Johann Heinrich jeweller Adelaide (pt TA 75 Hindley St) 1855 Memorial 301/91

HEINEMANN, Johann Heinrich watchmaker Stepney 1878 Application 16789

HEINEMANN, Johann Heinrich watchmaker Payneham 1894. Linked with Ida Heinemann spinster Kadina and Emma Heinemann spinster Payneham Application 22782

No 1

HEINEMANN, Julius gentleman Mt Gambier 1863 Memorial 329/192

HEINEMANN, Julius saddler Mt Gambier Beachport (Hundred of Rivoli Bay) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 31 Page 283 County Grey

HEINEMANN, Julius saddler Mt Gambier 1884 Memorial 16/360

No 1

HEINEN, Maurice shepherd Mosquito Plains 1859 Memorial 234/158

HEINEN, Maurice formerly of Mosquito Plains but now of Coleraine Vic 1864 Memorial 320/195

HEINES, William gardener Willaston 1855 Memorial 283/95

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

HEINICKE, Andreas [the Elder?] farmer Lyndoch Valley 1857[-1859] Memorial 154/141

HEINICKE, Andreas the Younger farmer near Sedan 1885 Memorial 157/368

HEINICKE, Carl August land agent Adelaide 1885 Memorial 152/369

No 1

HEINICKE, Johann Friedrich farmer near Lyndoch Valley 1860 Application 1450

HEINICKE, Johann Friedrich farmer near Lyndoch Valley 1878 Application 16886

HEINICKE, Johann Friedrich farmer Williamstown 1885 Application 20596

No 1

HEINICKE, Johann Friedrich farmer Lobethal Co Adelaide. Hundred of Finniss land grant 1884 Grant Book 58 Page 41 County Sturt

HEINICKE, Thomas Torrens farmer Parilla. Hundred of Parilla land grant 1948 Grant Book 12 Page 103 County Chandos

HEINJUS, Benno William mason Mt Barker. Member St Michael Lutheran Church Ambleside (formerly Hahndorf) 1931 Application 27837

HEINJUS, Friedrich Wilhelm retired farmer Gawler 1937 Memorial 159/510

No 1

HEINJUS, Heinrich farmer Section 1712 Hundred of Barossa 1853 Memorial 15/57

HEINJUS, Heinrich gentleman Lyndoch Valley 1854 Memorial 78/69

HEINJUS, Heinrich farmer Sheaoak Log 1883[-1884] Memorial 106/349

HEINJUS, Heinrich Carl farmer Sheaoak Log 1886 Memorial 150/381

HEINJUS, Johann Carl Friedrich farmer Rosenthal near Gawler 1866 Memorial 218/216

HEINJUS, Heinrich farmer Rosenthal 1877 Application 15932

HEINJUS, Johann Christian farmer Rosenthal 1907 Memorial 31/457

HEINJUS, Julius farmer Rosenthal 1892 Application 22343.

HEINKE, Friedrich Carl labourer Rosenthal. St Martin's Lutheran Church Rosenthal trustee 1929 Memorial 19/502

No 1

HEINRICH, August Hermann farmer Urania Hundred of Wauraltee land grant 1894 Grant Book 19 Page 227 County Fergusson

HEINRICH, August Hermann of South Kilkerran 1895 Memorial 34/426

HEINRICH, August Hermann farmer South Kilkerran Hundred of Kilkerran land grant 1895 Grant Book 19 Page 173 County Fergusson

HEINRICH, Carl August and Gottlob farmers near Freeling 1885 Application 20526

HEINRICH, Carl Christoph hotelkeeper Burra Hotel Kooringa 1903 Memorial 17/448

HEINRICH, Carl Friedrich farmer Robertstown Co Eyre. Hundred of Bright land grant 1912 Grant Book 9 Page 49 County Burra

HEINRICH, Carl Friedrich Gotthard of near Pt Victoria. Hundred of Kilkerran land grant 1882 Grant Book 19 Page 170 County Fergusson

HEINRICH, Christian Johannes sheepfarmer Emu Downs. Hundred of Apoinga land grant 1908 Grant Book 8 Page 65 County Burra

HEINRICH, Ernst Friedrich Wilhelm farmer Hundred of Lindley 1886 Grant Book 9 Page 192 County Burra

HEINRICH, Ernst Harold farmer Bull Creek 1949 Memorial 151/523

No 1

HEINRICH, Friedrich farmer near Freeling 1861 Application 2699.

HEINRICH, Friedrich wheatbuyer Freeling 1885[-1891] Memorial 146/366

HEINRICH, Friedrich wheatbuyer Freeling 1890 Application 21828

HEINRICH, Friedrich wheatbuyer Freeling. Trustee of the Daveyston Lutheran Church 1893 Application 22523

HEINRICH, Friedrich wheatmerchant Freeling 1895 Application 22929

HEINRICH, Friedrich Gustav of the Hundred of Schomburgk 1887 Memorial 225/384

No 1

HEINRICH, FH labourer and Friedrich Heinrich wheatbuyer both of Freelinga 1887 Memorial 189/386

HEINRICH, FH bookkeeper Freeling 1898 Memorial 62/436

No 1

HEINRICH, Friedrich Rudolph farmer Freeling 1880 Memorial 245/325

HEINRICH, Friedrich Rudolph farmer Geranium Plain trustee unnamed Church and Cemetery 1899 Grant Book 17 Page 175 County Eyre

No 1

HEINRICH, Friedrich Wilhelm carpenter Hahndorf 1853 Memorial 94/60

HEINRICH, Friedrich Wilhelm [formerly carpenter Hahndorf but then] farmer Friedrichstadt 1853 Memorial 189/57

No 2

HEINRICH, Friedrich Wilhelm farmer South Kilkerran 1886[-1900] Memorial 210/375

HEINRICH, Friedrich Wilhelm farmer South Kilkerran, died c 1902. Executors; Carl Friedrich Gotthard Heinrich and August Hermann Heinrich farmers South Kilkerran Memorial 2/447

No 3

HEINRICH, Friedrich Wilhelm farmer Schönborn Hundred of Nuriootpa 1857 Memorial 1/122

No 4

HEINRICH, Friedrich Wilhelm (more usually known as Wilhelm Heinrich) farmer Angas Park 1857 linked with Gustav Adolph Heinrich farmer near Siegersdorf Memorial 12/131

No 5

HEINRICH, Friedrich Wilhelm farmer near Robertstown 1888 Memorial 176/390

HEINRICH, Friedrich Wilhelm farmer Robertstown Co Eyre. Hundred of Bright land grant 1900[-1912] Grant Book 9 Page 49 County Burra

No 6

HEINRICH, Friedrich Wilhelm farmer near Hahndorf, died c1916. Husband of Anna Maria Heinrich. Father of Carl Gustav August Heinrich labourer Murray Bridge and Adolph Albert Heinrich farmer Hahndorf. Estate worth £620 Memorial 171/474

HEINRICH, Georg Ernst farmer Burra North 1949 Application 28649

No 1

HEINRICH, Gottlieb Carl station manager Sturt Vale 1924[-1929] Memorial 129/490

HEINRICH, Gottlieb Carl station manager Kooringa 1915 Memorial 182/506

HEINRICH, Gottlieb Carl butcher Burra North 1948 Application 28612

HEINRICH, Gottfried the Younger farmer Emu Downs. Hundred of Apoinga land grant 1908 Grant Book 8 Page 65 County Burra

No 1

HEINRICH, Gottlieb Wilhelm farmer Hundred of Baldina Co Burra 1897[-1904] Memorial 189/430

HEINRICH, Gottlieb Wilhelm farmer Worlds End. Hundred of Kooringa land grant 1904[-1912] Grant Book 9 Page 14 County Burra

No 1

HEINRICH, Gottlob farmer Siegersdorf 1857 Memorial 13/131

HEINRICH, Gottlob farmer near Tanunda Co Light. Hundred of Kilkerran land grant 1879 Grant Book 19 Page 166 County Fergusson

HEINRICH, Gottlob farmer near Tanunda Co Light. Hundred of Maitland land grant 1881 Grant Book 19 Page 105 County Fergusson

No 1

HEINRICH, Gustav Adolph farmer Tanunda 1854 Memorial 336/78

HEINRICH, Gustav Adolph farmer near Edithburgh 1887 Memorial 31/387

HEINRICH, Gustav Adolph out of business Burra North (formerly called Aberdeen) 1945 Memorial 92/519

HEINRICH, Gustav Heinrich farmer South Rhine Hundred of Melville land grant 1875 Grant Book 19 Page 71 County Fergusson

HEINRICH, Johann farmer Adelaide 1843. He took out a 21 year lease on Section 73 Sources of the Rhine Special Survey from GF Angas, at £20 per annum Memorial 356/3

HEINRICH, Johann Friedrich Wilhelm farmer Sheaoak Log, near Gawler, about to leave the province, power of attorney to Johann Franz Ferdinand HEINRICH farmer King’s Belt, near Freeling, to manage his SA business affairs 28/2/1868 Deposit 30/1869

No 1
HEINRICH, Johann Gottfried farmer Section 208 Hundred of Light 1856 Memorial 221/111

HEINRICH, Johann Gottfried and Johann Gottlieb farmers [formerly of the Hundred of Light but now of] South Rhine 1865 Memorial 297/201

HEINRICH, Johann Gottfried farmer near Freeling trustee Lutheran Church Freeling Freeling (Hundred of Nuriootpa) township allotment land grant 1867 Grant Book 44 Page 312 County Light

HEINRICH, Johann Gottlieb Ernst labourer Point Pass 1900 Grant Book 17 Page 175 County Eyre

No 1

HEINRICH, Julius Adolph farmer Hundred of Schomburgk and Anna Friedericke Louise Heinrich his wife formerly NEINDORF. August Neindorf farmer Round Hill mentioned 1885 Memorial 37/368

HEINRICH, Julius Adolph farmer Hundred of Schomburgk 1894 Memorial 39/421

No 1

HEINRICH, Julius Gotthelf farmer near Hansborough Co Light Hundred of Melville land grant 1876[-1877] Grant Book 19 Page 75 County Fergusson

HEINRICH, Julius Gotthelf linked with Section 492 Hundred of Melville Co Fergusson 1886 Memorial 184/376

HEINRICH, Julius Gotthelf linked with Section 105 Hundred of Muloowurtie Co Fergusson 1888 Memorial 184/376

HEINRICH, Richard Phillip motor driver Butler Ave, Rosewater Gardens 1941 Application 28304

HEINRICH, Simon John contractor Morgan 1882 Grant Book 18 Page 19 County Eyre

No 1

HEINRICH, Theodor of Rowlands Flat 1854 Memorial 289/72

HEINRICH, Theodor farmer Trial Hill Creek 1855 Memorial 22/84

HEINRICH, Theodor farmer Barossa. Hundred of Barossa land grant 1858 Grant Book 1 Page 50 County Adelaide

HEINRICH, Theodor farmer near Lyndoch Valley 1861 Application 2184

HEINRICH, Theodor the Elder farmer Trial Hill 1862 Application 2988.

HEINRICH, Theodor farmer Trial Hill near Lyndoch 1876 Application 15357

HEINRICH, Wilhelm farmer Angas Park 1853 Memorial 7/60

No 1

HEINRICH, Wilhelm Carl bootmaker Freeling Co Light. Florieton (Hundred of Schomburgk) township allotment land grant 1883 Grant Book 9 Page 158 County Burra

HEINRICH, Wilhelm Carl farmer Hundred of Schomburgk Co Burra 1887 Memorial 238/381

No 1

HEINTZE, Johann farmer Moppa 1874 Memorial 62/274

HEINTZE, Johann farmer Hundred of Belvidere 1882 Memorial 118/342

HEINTZE, Johann farmer near Koonunga 1887 Memorial 119/392

HEINTZE, Johann Heinrich Theodor farmer Koonunga 1891 Application 22045

No 1

HEINZE, Carl of Angaston 1878[-1882] Memorial 180/314

HEINZE, Carl agent Eudunda 1883[-1891] Memorial 140/350

HEINZE, Carl of Eudunda 1883 Memorial 14/482

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

HEINZE, Carl auctioneer Adelaide 1892 Memorial 67/414

HEINZE, Carl Friedrich Wilhelm schoolmaster Rosenthal 1858 Memorial 202/140

HEINZE, Johann carpenter Pentonvale Hundred of Dalrymple land grant 1881 Grant Book 19 Page 143 County Fergusson

HEINZEL, Eberhardt storekeeper Parrakie. Hundred of Cotton land grant 1908 Grant Book 12 Page 121 County Chandos

No 1

HEINZEL, Gottlob teacher Baldina 1887 Memorial 243/384

HEINZEL, Gottlob farmer Finniss Vale trustee unnamed School Hundred of Finniss Hundred of Finniss land grant 1891 Grant Book 58 Page 44 County Sturt

HEINZEL, Gottlob farmer Parrakie. Hundred of Cotton land grant 1908 Grant Book 12 Page 121 County Chandos

HEIR, Matthew Rosewater Post Office Grand Junction Rd 1888 Application 21330

No 1

HEISE, Albert Henry and HEISE, Anthony George licensed victuallers Pt Adelaide 1911 Application 25952

HEISE, Albert Henry and Anthony George Heise hotelkeepers Newmarket Hotel Pt Adelaide 1913 Memorials 166 & 180/468

HEISE, Albert Henry licensed victualler Pt Adelaide and HEISE, Anthony George billiard saloon proprietor Alberton 1915 Application 26441

No 1 – Christoph Wilhelm Heise

HEISE, Wilhelm bootmaker Pt Adelaide 1869[-1885] Memorial 56/244

HEISE, Christoph Wilhelm boot and shoe manufacturer Pt Adelaide and Margaret Heise his wife 1879 Memorial 114/381

HEISE, Margaret widow Pt Adelaide 1893 Memorial 77/416

HEISE, Friedrich mason Freeling Freeling (Hundred of Nuriootpa) township allotment land grant 1867 Grant Book 44 Page 312 County Light

No 1 – Wilhelm Adolph HeiseHIGG

HEISE, WA bootmaker Pt Adelaide linked with Margaret Heise widow Pt Adelaide 1888 Memorial 10/390

HEISE, Wilhelm Adolph greengrocer Pt Adelaide and Louisa Eveline Isabel Heise his wife 1899 Memorial 55/479

HEISE, Louisa Eveline Isabel hotel proprietor Virginia 1944[-1945] Memorial 194/517, Application 28399

HEISE, Louisa Eveline Isabel widow Virginia relict of the late William Adolph Heise formerly greengrocer Pt Adelaide but now deceased 1952 Memorial 60/527

HEISTWELL, Ebenezer storekeeper Mallala 1883 Memorial 122/349

HEITHERSAY, J the Younger labourer Oodla Wirra South 1890 Memorial 172/406

HEITHERSAY, James Sinclair of Albany WA 1891 Memorial 50/410

HEITHERSAY, Samuel teamster Saltia 1892 Memorial 121/415

No 1

HEITHERSAY, William teacher Hamilton on the Light 1862[-1864] Memorial 104/190

HEITHERSAY, William gentleman formerly of Hamilton on the Light but now of Yongala 1879 Memorial 242/318

HEITHERSAY, William [formerly of Yongola but now] machinist Petersburg 1888[-1890] Memorial 107/395

No 1 - appears to be the same person as William Heithersay

HEITHERSAY, William Stocks labourer Pt Adelaide 1853[-1858] Memorial 282/60

HEITHERSAY, William Stocks teacher Hamilton on the Light 1861[-1865] Memorial 237/172

HEITHERSAY, WS of Tothill Creek Hundred of Waterloo 1871 Memorial 194/254

No 1

HEITMANN, Ernst Friedrich of the Hundred of Yatala 1860 Memorial 255/161

HEITMANN, Ernst Friedrich shoemaker Hope Valley 1866 Application 7029

HEITMANN, Ernst Friedrich baker Tea Tree Gully 1913 Memorial 192/468

HEITMANN, Ernst Friedrich retired bakier formerly of Tea Tree Gully but now of Prospect 1921 Memorial 138a/482

No 1

HEITMANN, Jürgen Heinrich farmer O'Halloran Hill 1854 Memorial 425/69

HEITMANN, Jürgen Heinrich farmer Encounter Bay 1862 Application 3179

No 1 – Johann Andreas Heitzmann

HEITZMANN, Andreas farmer Dutton 1879 Grant Book 17 Page 196 County Eyre

HEITZMANN, Johann Andreas farmer Hundred of Eba near Morgan 1887 Memorial 189/386

HEKI, Patrick labourer Pt Adelaide 1856 Memorial 6/111

HELBERG, Ernest Anders Valentine farmer Yundi and Hilda Maud Helberg his wife 1948 Memorial 62/523

No 1
HELBIG, Adolph of Adelaide 1849 Memorial 80/265

HELBIG, Adolph carpenter Adelaide 1851[-1854] Memorial 124/79

No 1
HELBIG, Johann Wilhelm farmer Tanunda 1853 Memorial 491/58

HELBIG, Johann Wilhelm farmer [formerly of Tanunda but now of] North Rhine 1857 Memorial 234/120

HELBLING, Louis station labourer Andamooka Out of Hundreds. Cockburn (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1886 Grant Book 65 Page 167 County Not named

HELE, Claude P clerk Adelaide (24 Pirie Chambers, Pirie St) 1902 Memorial 192/445

HELE, Henry clerk Adelaide 1864[-1876] Memorial 331/194

No 1
HELE, Joseph Alexander accountant Adelaide (Currie St) 1917 Memorials 69 & 78/479

HELE, Joseph Alexander accountant Adelaide 1920 Application 26839

HELEY, James Lawless warehouseman Adelaide 1866 Application 7450

HELLBERG, Anders farmer Point MacLeay Hundred of Maitland land grant 1878 Grant Book 19 Page 101 County Fergusson

HELLBERG, Carl of Rundle St, Adelaide 1864 Memorial 303/202

HELLEUR, Joseph carpenter Kent Town 1857 Memorial 241/123

HELIER, John labourer Carrieton. Patrick Helier mentioned but not described 1889 Memorial 191/399

No 1 - probably the same person

HELLING, August stockholder near Sliding Rock 1877 Memorial 182/297

HELLING, August stockholder Blinman 1880[-1889] Memorial 145/323

HELLING, August stockholder Cowarie Station near Lake Eyre 1881[-1893] Memorial 21/333

No 2

HELLING, August farmer Crystal Brook 1887 Memorial 43/382

HELLING, Carl stockowner Cowarie 1893 Memorial 16/420

No 1 - possibly the same person

HELLING, Carl farmer Angas Park 1852 Memorial 348/41

HELLING, Carl Ludwig farmer Tanunda 1854[-1857] Memorial 354/76

HELLING, Carl Ludwig farmer near Tanunda 1862 Application 3351

HELLING, Louis Friedrich farmer Vine Vale near Tanunda 1907 Memorial 24/458

HELLING, Paul & Co graziers and stockowners Cowarie Station 1893 Memorial 174/419

HELLING, Walter Hope sheepfarmer Tintinara. Tintinara (Hundred of Coombe) township allotment land grant 1907 Grant Book 10 Page 101 County Cardwell

HELLMANN, Friedrich of Adelaide lent money out on mortgage of real estate Application 16924

No 1

HELLWIG, Christian farmer Adelaide 1854 Memorial 182/70

HELLWIG, Christian Friedrich Valentin farmer Hahndorf 1855[-1861] Memorial 179/87, GRO Search 2588

HELLWIG, Christian farmer Cox Creek 1857[-1859] Memorial 198/117

HELLWIG, Christian Friedrich Valentin miner Kanmantoo 1862 Application 3647

HELLYER, Charlotte Mary married woman Mt Gambier 1929. Was she the wife of Peter James Hellyer farmer near Mt Gambier? Application 27720

HELLYER, George Peter James farmer near Mt Gambier 1902 Application 24386

No 1 - probably the same person

HELLYER, James probably of McLaren Vale 1855 Memorial 58/90

HELLYER, James yeoman Mt Gambier 1868 Memorial 85/234

HELLYER, James of Mt Gambier and Eliza Ann Hellyer his wife 1890 Memorial 211/404

HELLYER, James farmer Mt Gambier and Eliza Ann Hellyer his wife 1891 Application 21983

HELLYER, Louisa Matilda spinster Mt Gambier 1860 Memorial 1/167

HELMBOLD, Max Hugo Wilhelm merchant Tusmore and Dorothy Elma Helmbold his wife 1923[-1924] Memorial 30/489

No 1

HELMORE, Porter gentleman Adelaide 1842 Memorial 246/1 Now Esquire of Encounter Bay late 1844[-1845] Memorial 225/4

HELMORE, Porter farmer Encounter Bay 1847 Memorial 104/8

HELMORE, Porter gentleman Gawler 1852 Memorial 66/47

HELMORE, Porter gentleman Gawler, died c1852. He left his entire estate to his wife, Sarah Helmore, absolutely Memorial 88/222

HELMORE, Sarah widow Gawler 1855[-1876] Memorial 204/89 Gawler Town & Suburban Building and Investment Society 1856 Memorial 246/103

HELMORE, Sarah widow Pine Forest 1857 Memorial 71/127

HELPMAN, James J auctioneer Mt Gambier 1911 Memorial 220/464

HELPS, Albert Sydney farmer Redbanks linked with Walter William Helps farmer Wasleys and Elizabeth Winter Helps widow formerly of Redbanks but now of 150 Sixth Ave, Royston Park 1952 Memorial 140/527

HELPS, Alfred Albert farmer Redbanks, George Thomas Helps farmer Owen and William Helps farmer Wasleys. Salisbury Strict Baptist Chapel trustees 1914 Memorial 72/470 

No 1

HELPS, George Henry farmer near Salisbury 1908[-1924] Memorial 8/460

HELPS, George Henry farmer Salisbury 1933 Application 27902

HELPS, George Henry farmer near Salisbury 1935 born 30/8/1877, declared that Arnold John HIGGINS (Blyth St, Adelaide) was the only child of his late sister Martha Matilda Higgins (born 14/1/1880 died 19140; Annie Jane FREEMAN (Scarborough St, Glenelg), George Albert DEW (Brook St, Broadview), Hedley Charles James Dew (Church Hill, Gawler), Emily Rose ROSSINI (Upper Sturt) and Elsie Amy BROWN (Gawler St, Salisbury) were the only children of his late sister Eliza Ann Dew (born 3/12/1864 died 1918) wife of Frank DEW fireman Gawler; that Thomas C KAMPLE (10 Gilbert St, Gilberton) was the only child of his late sister Rhoda Kempel (born 14/9/1875 died 1922). Other surviving brothers and sisters included: Elizabeth Maria BATT born 2/10/1866; Sarah Jane THOMPSON born 3/9/1868; Emily DRAPER born 31/8/1870; Alice Ada WORDEN born 11/8/1872; John Helps the Younger born 14/8/1882 and Arthur Edwin Helps born 31/8/1885. They were the children of John Helps farmer near Salisbury, who died 17/7/1899 and his wife, Elizabeth Martin Helps (of Burton 1935) Application 27947

HELPS, Jeremiah and Thomas farmers Redbanks. Salisbury Strict Baptist Chapel trustee 1876 Memorial 110/297

No 1

HELPS, John farmer near Salisbury 1867 Application 8157

HELPS, John farmer Salisbury. Salisbury Strict Baptist Chapel trustee 1876 Memorial 110/297

HELPS, John farmer Salisbury 1877 Application 15892

HELPS, John farmer Burton near Salisbury, died c1898. Husband of Eliza Martin Helps. Father-in-law of Frank DEW fireman Gawler. Children mentioned but not named. Executor; Joseph GILBERTSON farmer near Salisbury 1908 Memorial 235/459

HELPS, John Henry farmer Salisbury 1930 Memorial 82/503

No 1

HELPS, Stephen farmer Section 4007 Hundred of Munno Para 1853 Memorial 484/49

HELPS, Stephen carpenter Gawler Plains 1854[-1857] Memorial 207/77

HELPS, Stephen builder Salisbury 1857 Application 4401

HELPS, Stephen carpenter Salisbury 1860 Application 1829

HELPS, Stephen formerly carpenter Gawler Plains 1855 now builder Salisbury 1865 Application 6703

HELPS, Stephen builder North Salisbury. Salisbury Strict Baptist Chapel trustee 1876 Memorial 110/297

HELPS, Stephen carpenter Salisbury Hundred of Balaklava land grant 1877 Grant Book 26 Page 112 County Gawler