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The following information was extracted basically 'as is' from Reg Butler's (Hahndorf Historian) unpublished computer working files as at c2014.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

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Bed* - Bow*

Box* - By*

Ca* - Cha*

Che* - Com*

Con* - Cu*

Da* - Dic*

Die* - Dy*

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Fa* - Fl*

Fo* - Fy*

Ga* - Gol*

Gom* - Gy*

Ha* - Han*

Har* - Hel*

Hem* - Hof*

Hog* - Hy*

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La* - Lev*

Lew* - 'Ly*

Ma* - Maz*

McA* - McW*

Me* - Mom*

Mon* - My*

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Pa* to Per*

Pes* to Py*

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Ra* - Roa*

Rob* - Rz*

Sa* - Sc*

Se*- Sl*

Sm* - Sq*

St* - Sy*

Ta* to Thr*

Thu* to Ty*

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Wa* - Wee*

Weg* - Will*

Wilm*- Wy*

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

Names Commencing 'Hem*' to 'Hof*'

HEMCOCK, Wallace merchant's clerk Alberton 1880 Application 18004

No 1

HEMER, Luke wheelwright North Adelaide 1855 Memorial 398/87

HEMER, Luke blacksmith Gawler South 1860 Memorial 137/162

HEMER, Luke wheelwright Gawler South 1865[-1866] Memorial 327/205

HEMER, Luke wheelwright formerly of North Adelaide 1856 but now of Gawler South 1866 Application 7602

No 1

HEMER, Luke Henry cabinetmaker Gawler and Michael HEMER carpenter Riverton 1877 Application 15936

HEMER, Luke Henry cabinetmaker Gawler South 1881 Application 18867

No 1

HEMING, Thomas licensed victualler Adelaide (White Hart Hotel Hindley St) 1887[-1889] Memorial 214/389

HEMING, Thomas licensed victualler Adelaide (Tattersall's Hotel Hindley St) 1893[-1897] Memorial 99/418

HEMING, Thomas licensed victualler Adelaide (King of Hanover Hotel Rundle St) 1897[-1899] Memorial 100/432

HEMING, Thomas out of business Henley Beach bought an assigned 11-year lease of the Selborne Hotel (dated 1897) together with rooms formerly occupied by the Savage Club and also other rooms in the adjoining Selborne Chambers, Pirie St, Adelaide, from the estate of the late Charles Edwin PAGET 1904 Memorial 171/450

HEMING, Grace widow licensed victualler Adelaide (Pirie St) 1910 Memorial 4/464

HEMING, Grace widow Glenelg 1911 Memorial 177/464

No 1

HEMINGWAY, Edwin Cunliffe agent Adealide (Hindley St West) 1886 Memorial 39/380

HEMINGWAY, Edwin Cunliffe agent Adelaide linked with Walter Hemmingway butcher Thebarton 1887 Memorial 177/387

HEMINGWAY, Edwin Cunliffe agent Hindley St, Adelaide 1905, declared that he had lived in Thebarton between 1848-1883. He used to collect rents for landlords, as did his father before him Application 25083

HEMINGWAY, Mary Ann widow Gray St, Adelaide, relict of the late Edwin Cunliffe Hemingway estate manager Gray St, Adelaide, who died 12/8/1917. Arthur John Hemingway assayer Pt Pirie and Ada Hemingway spinster Gray St, Adelaide, were children of EC Hemingway. His brother, Walter Hemingway butcher Light Tce, Southwark, died 1/8/1917, of many years' heart disease and 12 months' dropsy, aged 74. Born in Halifax, Yorks, England, he had lived in SA for 70 years. Married aged 29. 2 sons and 5 daughters living 1918. John Hemingway agent Adelaide, who died 9/11/1881 intestate, and his wife, Christiana Hemingway, who applied for letters of administration for his £2,000 estate were the parents of EC and Walter Hemingway Application 26677

HEMINGWAY, Elizabeth (Mrs) and Martha Hemingway, of Bunbury WA 1917. They owned land in Thebarton Application 26598

No 1 - perhaps the same person

HEMINGWAY, John shoemaker Thebarton 1851[-1855] Memorial 200/38

HEMINGWAY, John butcher Thebarton 1859[-1867] Memorial 229/148, Application 2366

HEMINGWAY, John butcher Thebarton linked with William Hemingway blacksmith formerly of Campbell Creek near Castlemaine Vic but now of Thebarton 1866 Memorial 190/212

HEMINGWAY, John agent Adelaide 1875[-1879] Memorial 194/282

HEMINGWAY, John agent Adelaide (Hindley St) 1876 Application 15363.

HEMINGWAY, Christiana widow Adelaide relict of the late John Hemingway formerly agent Adelaide now deceased 1881. Edwin Cunliffe Hemingway agent Adelaide one of their children Memorials 211 & 212/375

No 1

HEMINGWAY, Maude farmer Coonatto Moockra township allotment land grant 1884 Grant Book 24 Page 834 County Frome

HEMINGWAY, Maude farmer Carrieton 1887[-1888] Memorial 166/382

No 1

HEMINGWAY, Walter butcher Thebarton 1874[-1884] Memorial 107/267

HEMINGWAY, Walter butcher formerly of Thebarton but now of Wayville 1905 Memorial 191/453

HEMINGWAY, Walter formerly butcher Thebarton 1891 but now of Adelaide 1910 Memorial 175/462

HEMINGWAY, Walter butcher Adelaide 1910, declared that he used to live in Thebarton betwee 1848-1892 Application 25862

No 1

HEMINGWAY, William blacksmith Campbell Creek near Castlemaine Vic 1860 Thebarton land purchase Memorial 330/167

HEMINGWAY, William blacksmith formerly of Campbell Creek near Castlemaine Vic but now of Thebarton 1866 Memorial 190/212

HEMLEN, George of Pt Adelaide 1888 Memorial 111/389

HEMMERLING, Christian farmer Greenock Creek 1854[-1855] Memorial 281/73

HEMMERLING/HAEMMERLING, Johann Friedrich farmer Section 564 Hundred of Belvidere near Greenock 1858 Memorial 112/135

No 1

HEMMINGS, William storeman Pt Adelaide 1888[-1894] Memorial 165/394

HEMMINGS, William storeman Kingston near Pt Adelaide 1894 Application 22650

HEMP, William farmer Dry Creek 1854 Memorial 165/73

HEMPEL, Carl Gottlieb Eduard farmer Parrakie. Hundred of Cotton land grant 1909[-1939] Grant Book 12 Page 121 County Chandos

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

HEMPEL, Eduard farmer First Creek 1853 Memorial 342/55

HEMPEL, Eduard dairyman First Creek. Hundred of Nuriootpa land purchase 1853 Memorial 213/59

HEMPEL, Eduard farmer Nuriootpa 1854 Memorial 131/72

HEMPEL, Eduard farmer Nain 1854[-1856] Memorial 124/78

HEMPEL, Eduard storekeeper Hundred of Nuriootpa 1857 Memorial 217/161

HEMPEL, Eduard farmer Hundred of Nuriootpa 1877 Application 16346

HEMPEL, Eduard farmer Nuriootpa 1888 Application 21340

HEMPEL, Eduard Senr farmer Nuriootpa 1896 Application 23173

HEMPEL, Eduard Junr farmer Daveyston 1896 Application 23173

HEMPEL, George Theodor Oscar labourer Gawler South 1935 Memorial 158/508

No 1

HEMPEL, Johann Traugott farmer Hundred of Belvidere 1853 Memorial 119/52

HEMPEL, Johann Traugott farmer Section 350 Hundred of Belvidere 1855 Memorial 238/94

HEMSLEY, Herbert station porter Farrell Flat Hanson (later Farrell Flat Hundred of Hanson) township allotment land grant 1870 Grant Book 56 Page 298 County Stanley

No 1 - perhaps the same person

HEMSLEY, James barman Pt Adelaide 1849[-1856] Memorial 125/19

HEMSLEY, James labourer Pt Adelaide 1852 Memorial 82/45

HEMSLEY, James the Elder 25 barman married Jane MOXONS 19 on 18/12/1854 oly Trinity Adelaide. Witnesses: John and Caroline ORANGE. James Hemsley the Elder died 8/7/1860 Pt Adelaide intestate. He belonged to the Duke of York Oddfellows Lodge at Pt Adelaide. His eldest son, James Hemsley the Younger, born 14/2/1856 Pt Adelaide, inherited his estate as heir at law. John Hemsley, a cousin from Alberton, registered the birth. James John Hemsley the Younger was a butcher in Hotham Vic by 1880. His mother, formerly Mrs James Hemsley nee Jane Moxons, had remarried to John Orange butcher Hotham Application 17919

No 2

HEMSLEY, James carpenter Truro 1856 Memorial 181/111

No 1

HEMSLEY, John butcher Adelaide (Gilbert St) 1863 Memorial 66/191

HEMSLEY, John slaughter house inspector Pt Adelaide 1880 Application 18031

HEMSLEY, William farmer Athelstone 1852[-1853] Memorial 85/40

HEMSON, Henry George and William Taylor Hemson farmers Arthur's Seat near Kapunda 1876 Memorial 8/291

HENCHAM, Jane widow Narracoorte 1885 Application 20652

HENDER, Adelaide widow Box 165, Pt Lincoln 1961, declared that she had lived at Little Swamp between 1910-1944, before moving to Pt Lincoln about 5 miles away Application 29420

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

HENDER, Edward farmer Sleep's Tiers Co Adelaide 1847 Memorial 485/50 Farmer Mt Barker 1850[-1853] Memorial 487/50

HENDER, Edward farmer Mt Barker Springs 1859[-1898] Memorial 291/50

HENDER, Edward the Elder farmer formerly of Sleeps Tiers Co Adelaide but now of Mt Barker Springs 1884 Application 20326

HENDER, Edward the Younger farmer Mt Barker Springs 1895 Memorial 208/424

No 1

HENDER, James farmer Mt Barker Springs Co Hindmarsh Hundred of Coolinong land grant 1876 Grant Book 54 Page 145 County Russell

HENDER, James farmer East Wellington Murray River. Hundred of Coolinong land grant 1877[-1879] Grant Book 54 Page 144 County Russell

HENDER, James farmer Echunga 1884 Memorial 207/355

HENDER, James farmer Cooke Plains Hundred of Macclesfield land grant 1887 Grant Book 36 Page 316 County Hindmarsh

HENDER, James farmer near Echunga. Hundred of Kuitpo land grant 1890 Grant Book 2 Page 94 County Adelaide

HENDER, James farmer Cooke Plains Hundred of Coolinong land grant 1899[-1900] Grant Book 54 Page 148 County Russell

HENDER, James farmer Cooke Plains Co Russell. Hundred of Roby land grant 1906 Grant Book 6 Page 21 County Buccleuch

HENDER, James farmer Cooke Plains trustee PM Chapel Tailem Bend Tailem Bend (Hundred of Seymour) township allotment land grant 1900 Grant Book 54 Page 168 County Russell

HENDER, John farmer Black Swamp [Hundred of Onkaparinga] 1856[-1857] Memorial 317/102

HENDER, Mark farmer Coonalpyn. Trustee Institute and Public Hall Coonalpyn 1905 Grant Book 6 Page 11 County Buccleuch

No 1

HENDER, Thomas farmer near Mt Barker. Hundred of Seymour land grant 1866 Grant Book 53 Page 88 County Russell

No 2 - perhaps the same person

HENDER, Thomas butcher Strathalbyn 1874 Memorial 9/278

HENDER, Thomas linked with Section 46 Hundred of Moockra Co Newcastle 1888 Memorial 113/394

HENDER, William farmer Wistow. Trustee Primitive Methodist Chapel Mt Barker 1885 Application 20405

No 1

HENDER, William George farmer Cooke Plains Co Russell 1884 Application 20326

HENDER, William George farmer Meningie 1897 Memorial 38/432

HENDER, William George farmer Meningie. Hundred of Malcolm land grant 1897 Grant Book 54 Page 94 County Russell

HENDER, William George farmer Keith. Keith (Hundred of Stirling) township allotment land grant 1899 Grant Book 7 Page 97 County Buckingham

HENDER, William John gardener Summertown 1882 Memorial 27/410

HENDER, William Turner acting Clerk of the Salisbury District Council for 2 month in 1952 Application 28855

No 1 - perhaps the same person

HENDERSON, Alexander confectioner Adelaide 1859 Application 449

HENDERSON, Alexander confectioner Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of Nuriootpa land grant 1860 Grant Book 44 Page 299 County Light

HENDERSON, Alexander gentleman Adelaide 1865 Memorial 93/207

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

HENDERSON, Alexander Eagle plasterer Pt Adelaide 1851 Memorial 251/30

HENDERSON, Alexander Eagle plasterer Queenstown 1856[-1865] Memorial 199/97, Application 2646

HENDERSON, Alexander Eagle the Elder gentleman Queenstown 1882 Application 19264.

HENDERSON, Alexander Eagle the Younger carpenter Queenstown 1882 Application 19264

HENDERSON, Alexander Eagle builder Queenstown 1885

Application 20771

HENDERSON, Alexander Eagle the Elder out of business Queenstown died 14/9/1895. Estate worth £895. Children mentioned included Alexander Eagle Henderson the Younger carpenter Queenstown, Edith Henderson spinster Queenstown and Mary BROOKER wife of John Brooker clerk Kent Town Application 26622.

HENDERSON, Alexander Eagle the Elder out of business Queenstown, died c1895. Father of AE Henderson the Younger carpenter Queenstown. Executors; Thomas WIGMORE storekeeper Queenstown and George MATTHEWS shoemaker Queenstown Memorial 106/426

HENDERSON, Allen Kevin hotelkeeper Pt Lincoln 1947 Memorial 35/522 Out of business Allen St, Da Costa Park 1956 Application 29200 Hotelkeeper Pt Lincoln again by 1960 Application 29200

No 1

HENDERSON, Andrew surveyor Adelaide 1841 Application 12088

HENDERSON, Andrew surveyor Adelaide 1842 Memorial 493/28

No 2

HENDERSON, Andrew and George labourers Pt Victor Hundred of Encounter Bay land grant 1889 Grant Book 36 Page 90 County Hindmarsh

HENDERSON, BE post office assistant Clare 1920 Application 26916

HENDERSON, Benjamin Holroyd farmer Pt Lincoln, died 22/12/1903. Husband of Jane Wilkinson, who still lived at Pt Lincoln in 1908 Memorial 77/459

No 1 - perhaps the same person

HENDERSON, BJ clerk Adelaide 1886 Memorial 41/378

HENDERSON, Bruce Johnstone gentleman formerly of Kalgoorlie WA but now of Adelaide linked with Robert Henderson gentleman Adelaide and James Henderson solicitor Adelaide 1899 Memorial 137/437

No 1

HENDERSON, Charles labourer Bowden 1856 Memorial 152/104

HENDERSON, Charles licensed victualler Bowden purchased for £375 the unused portion of a lease for the Wheatsheaf Inn 'by the public road leading from the Gawler River' from David PARKER of Virginia 1860 Memorial 11/163

No 1

HENDERSON, David farmer Kalkabury Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1875 Grant Book 14 Page 412 County Daly

HENDERSON, David farmer Salisbury Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1878 Grant Book 14 Page 416 County Daly

No 1

HENDERSON, Eagle merchant Edinburgh, Co Midlothian, Scotland, Thomas YOUNG merchant Leith, Scotland and Archibald BOYD merchant formerly of Leith, Scotland, but now of 60 Lowndes Square Middlesex, England, power of attorney to John MORPHETT Esquire Adelaide, and in default, Edward WRIGHT the Younger Adelaide, to obtain £5,000 from Arthur YOUNG merchant Adelaide, in payment for certain land in the Wakefield Special Survey (which A Young had already sold to Joseph GILBERT) 7/8/1851) Deposit 50/OA

HENDERSON, Eagle merchant Edinburgh, Co Midlothian, Scotland, died 24/9/1853 Elibank, near Innerleithen, Co Peebles, Scotland Deposit 91/1855

HENDERSON, Ebenezer Jackson minister of the gospel formerly of Gumeracha but now of Angaston 1904 Memorial 27/451

No 1

HENDERSON, Edward Henry George farmer Adelaide 1841 Application 21181

HENDERSON, Edward Henry George farmer Section 292 Survey B 1854[-1855] Memorial 165/70

HENDERSON, Edward Henry George farmer Yankalilla 1856 Memorial 402/99

HENDERSON, Edward Henry George farmer Bald Hills near Yankalilla 1863 Application 4503

HENDERSON, EJ minister of the gospel Gumeracha 1900 Memorial 96/441

HENDERSON, ET clerk Adelaide 1893 Memorial 165/418

No 1

HENDERSON, Ernest George farmer Strathalbyn 1929 Memorial 68/502

HENDERSON, Ernest George farmer near Strathalbyn, died 3/9/1933. Husband of Dulcie Helena Henderson Memorial 193/506
No 1

HENDERSON, George watchmaker Adelaide 1845 Memorial 208/353

No 2

HENDERSON, George music seller Norwood 1852[-1857] Memorial 64/41

No 3

HENDERSON, George blacksmith Balhannah 1855[-1858] Memorial 495/91

HENDERSON, George Cockburn professor of history Adelaide University 1908 Memorial 57/460

HENDERSON, George Reing (sometimes called or Known as David Henderson) mariner Goolwa 1864 Memorial 306/194

HENDERSON, Henry George farmer St Bernards 1848 Memorial 296/13

No 1

HENDERSON, Henry Robert Wilson confectioiner Adelaide 1881 Application 18951

HENDERSON, Henry Robert Wilson confectioner Adelaide (Rundle St) 1898 Memorial 163/434

HENDERSON, Isaac clerk to Edward LOGUE brewer Kent Town 1864[-1865] Memorial 27/286

HENDERSON, J clerk to Messrs G & J DOWNER soliciors 1880[-1881] Memorial 105/326

No 1

HENDERSON, James merchant Adelaide, about to marry Anna Maria Clarissa NEWENHAM spinster Springfield near Adelaide 1845. Enrolment 27/49

HENDERSON, James merchant Adelaide 1846[-1853] Memorial 221/6

HENDERSON, James wine and spirit merchant formerly of Adelaide now residing in England 1851 Memorial 371/38

HENDERSON, James wine merchant Adelaide 1852 Memorial 120/46

HENDERSON, James merchant formerly of King William St Adelaide but now of Southampton, Hants, England 1851 Memorial 3501/135

HENDERSON, James merchant formerly of Adelaide (King William St) but now of Southampton, England, and Anna Maria Clarissa Henderson his wife 1854 Memorial 9/66

HENDERSON, James merchant formerly of Adelaide but now of Lemon House, Truro, Cornwall, England 1854 Memorial 201/82

HENDERSON, James Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now in parts beyond the seas 1855 Memorial 244/85

HENDERSON, James formerly merchant Adelaide (King William St) but now Esquire Truro, Cornwall, England and Anna Maria Clarissa Henderson his wife formerly AMC NEWENHAM 1871 Memorial 248/253

No 2

HENDERSON, James clerk in holy orders Adelaide (Wakefield St) 1878 Memorial 81/311

No 3

HENDERSON, James farmer Wasleys 1882 Memorial 94/344

No 4

HENDERSON, James articled clerk Adelaide 1881 Memorial 233/332

HENDERSON, James solicitor Adelaide 1893 Memorial 75/416

No 1

HENDERSON, James Andrew machinist Kooringa 1912 Memorial 178/467

HENDERSON, James Andrew and Roy Douglas Affleck John Henderson machinists Kooringa 1913 Memorial 189/469

HENDERSON, James Andrew pensioner Burra, died 27/4/1940 intestate. His widow, Margaret Kathleen Henderson, died 31/8/1943. Parents of Patrick Glen Henderson of Blanche Tce, Gawler, a member of the AIF Memorial 113/520

HENDERSON, James Charles painter Pt Adelaide 1865[-1871] Memorial 335/209

HENDERSON, James Sydney mining engineer Truro, Cornwall, England, power of attorney to Charles Burton HARDY solicitor Adelaide, the other trustee, to manage his affairs in a certain settlement of 4/6/1845 Deposit 71/1903

HENDERSON, Jesse farmer near Kadina 1886 Memorial 179/374

No 1

HENDERSON, John farmer Salisbury 1856[-1859] Memorial 181/110

HENDERSON, John farmer [formerly of Salisbury but now of] Bagot Well 1859 Memorial 131/155

HENDERSON, John farmer Bagot Well Hundred of Dalrymple land grant 1878[-1880] Grant Book 19 Page 138 County Fergusson

HENDERSON, John farmer Stansbury trustee Cemetery Stansbury Hundred of Dalrymple land grant 1878 Grant Book 19 Page 138 County Fergusson

No 1

HENDERSON, John accountant SA Banking Co Robe 1864 Memorial 62/194

HENDERSON, J acting manager SA Banking Co Pt Elliot 1866 Memorial 95/212

HENDERSON, J bank manager [probaby SA Banking Co of Adelaide] Pt Victor [Victor Harbor] 1867[-1869] Memorial 244/218

HENDERSON, J JP Manager of the Bank of SA at Goolwa 1869 Memorial 45/241

HENDERSON, John bank manager Adelaide 1889 Memorial 231/396

HENDERSON, John [formerly bank manager but now] financial agent Adelaide 1895 Memorial 150/425

No 2

HENDERSON, John blacksmith Adelaide (George St) 1871 Memorial 212/256

No 3 - perhaps the same person

HENDERSON, John of Ardrossan 1886 Memorial 3/378

HENDERSON, John farmer Sections 53, 54, 63, 64, 73 Hundred of Muloowurtie 1886 Memorial 247/379

No 4

HENDERSON, John Burra North District Council employee Burra 1968 Gladys Beryl Henderson his wife Application 29692

No 1

HENDERSON, Mary widow Goolwa 1868 Memorial 106/232

HENDERSON, Mary widow Goolwa remarried 22/9/1874 Adelaide to Francis Joseph White shipwright Goolwa. Mother of Mary Anne Henderson spinster Perth and Margaret MARASPEN widow Perth WA 1909. Mother and step-father still alive in 1909 Memorial 131/460 & RPA Search 1749

HENDERSON, Mary Anne spinster formerly of Perth WA but now of Goolwa linked with Margaret MARASPEN widow Perth WA 1930 Memorial 185/503

HENDERSON, Oswald blacksmith Birkenhead 1880 Memorial 243/323, Application 18132

HENDERSON, Patrick Glen telephone linesman Blanche Tce, Gawler 1946 Memorial 175/520

No 1

HENDERSON, Peter blacksmith Magill 1853[-1855] Memorial 102/54

HENDERSON, Peter blacksmith [formerly of Magill but now of] Allen Creek 1856[-1859] Memorial 494/95

HENDERSON, Peter blacksmith Allen Creek Hundred of Kapunda land grant 1858 Grant Book 44 Page 136 County Light

HENDERSON, Peter farmer Allen Creek near Kapunda 1861 Application 2491

HENDERSON, Peter farmer Allen Creek near Kapunda 1864[-1882] Memorial 235/198

No 1

HENDERSON, Robert builder Unley 1842 Application 6727

HENDERSON, Robert stone mason Burra Burra 1849 Memorial 183/22

HENDERSON, Robert mason Kooringa 1853[-1857] Memorial 494/51

HENDERSON, Robert mason formerly of Kooringa but now of Melbourne Vic 1857 Memorial 314/122

HENDERSON, Robert stonemason formerly of the Burra Burra but now of Adelaide 1858 Memorial 188/136

HENDERSON, Robert mason [formerly of Kooringa but now of] Castlemaine Vic 1860 He sold land in Unley Memorial 283/166

HENDERSON, Robert formerly builder Unley 1842 but now mason Castlemaine Vic 1865 Application 6727

No 2

HENDERSON, Robert stockholder Mintaro Co Stanley 1851 Stockholder Mt Alexander Vic 1857 Application 17109

HENDERSON, Robert stockholder now of Mintaro 1857 Memorial 49/118

HENDERSON, Robert stockholder Mt Alexander Vic 1857 Application 17109

HENDERSON, Robert gentleman Mt Alexander Vic but at present resident in Adelaide 1857 Memorial 272/123

HENDERSON, Robert gentleman Mt Alexander, Vic, but at present in Adelaide, nearly ready to leave again, power of attorney to Henry GILBERT solicitor Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 25/7/1857 Deposit 305/1857

No 3

HENDERSON, Robert gentleman formerly of Kalgoorlie WA but now usually of Adelaide 1909 Memorial 65/461

No 4

HENDERSON, Robert accountant Adelaide 1910 Memorial 204/462

HENDERSON, Robert Edward labourer Pt Victor Hundred of Encounter Bay land grant 1886[-1888] Grant Book 36 Page 84 County Hindmarsh

HENDERSON, Robert Henry blacksmith Pt Germein 1885 Memorial 174/370

No 1

HENDERSON, Thomas labourer Adelaide 1838[-1840] Application 27752

HENDERSON, Thomas labourer Glen Osmond 1844 Memorial 459/3 Yeoman Glen Osmond 1850 Memorial 418/20 Licensed victualler Glen Osmond 1851[-1852] Memorial 467/31

HENDERSON, Thomas gentleman formerly of Glen Osmond but now of Adelaide 1853 Memorial 39/49

HENDERSON, Thomas licensed victualler Glen Osmond 1855[-1862] Memorial 210/113, Application 2235

HENDERSON, Thomas licensed victualler Glen Osmond, died c1862. By 1891, his widow, Elizabeth Henderson, lived at East Adelaide Memorial 179/410

HENDERSON, Thomas licensed victualler Glen Osmond, died 29/5/1862. His widow, Elizabeth Henderson, lived at East Adelaide by 1910, WH Henderson mentioned but not described Memorial 164/463

HENDERSON, Thomas licensed victualler Vine Inn, Glen Osmond, died 25/4/1862. His estate in trust to his brother-in-law Isaac HALL of Hindmarsh, William FERGUSON farmer Myrtle Bank, and William MURRAY nurseryman Glen Osmond, to oversee the Henderson business affairs left in his wife's hands until her death or remarriage. Then the Henderson children to get an equal share absolutely in remainder expectant, in the entire estate once all of them had reached 21. Thomas Henderson's widow, Elizabeth Henderson of East Adelaide, died 30/6/1916. Her descendants included Thomas Hall Henderson, William Hall Henderson, grandchildren Winifred and Isaac Henderson children of her deceased son Isaac Henderson, and Sarah Peggy Henderson spinster. Mrs Thomas Henderson's estate worth £2,160 Application 26740

HENDERSON, Elizabeth widow Glen Osmond 1882 Application 19269

HENDERSON, Elizabeth widow East Adelaide linked with John Henderson no description 1886 Memorial 143/380

HENDERSON, Elizabeth widow East Adelaide owned the Vine Inn on Section 270 Survey B, which she leased out to various parties 1887 Memorial 170/386

HENDERSON, Elizabeth widow East Adelaide 1898[-1903] Memorial 247/437

No 2

HENDERSON, Thomas farmer Hope Valley 1847[-1848] Memorials 131/9 & 111/13

No 3

HENDERSON, Thomas carpenter Gawler 1847[-1849] Memorial 102/10

No 4

HENDERSON, Thomas farmer Brighton 1850 Memorial 337/21

HENDERSON, Thomas farmer Brighton, left for the Victorian gold fields in 1851. He died Amherst Vic, c1853 intestate, leaving his wife, Sarah Henderson nee Hamilton, and his children surviving him. Sarah Henderson was a sister to Henry HAMILTON, father of Walter Alfred Hamilton licensed land broker Adelaide 1920. In time, Sarah Henderson remarried to William COSSTICK. Her niece, Ann Hamilton, married 18/6/1887 Frank Hamilton vigneron Glenelg, another son of Henry Hamilton. Frank Hamilton's wife died - his second wife called Violet Elsie Mabel Hamilton Application 26921

No 5

HENDERSON, Thomas farmer Noarlunga 1854 Hundred of Myponga land grant Memorial 155/69

HENDERSON, Thomas farmer Morphett Vale 1855 Memorial 231/89

HENDERSON, Thomas farmer formerly of Noarlunga 1854 but now of Reeve's Plains 1868 Application 9500

No 6

HENDERSON, Thomas farmer Nailsworth 1874[-1889] Memorial 30/272

No 7 FIND CHECK RUN

HENDERSON, Thomas farmer near Clinton. Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1878 Grant Book 14 Page 415 County Daly

HENDERSON, Thomas the Elder farmer Cocoanut near Kainton, died 12/11/1881. Specific estate to his sons, David Henderson farmer Kalkabury, and George and Jesse Henderson no description Memorial 110/335

No 8

HENDERSON, Thomas farm labourer Ardrossan Muloowurtie (later Pine Point) township allotment land grant 1909 Grant Book 20 Page 32 County Fergusson

No 1

HENDERSON, Thomas Hall postmaster Strathalbyn linked with William Hall Henderson accountant North Adelaide. Executors for the estate of the late Isaac HALL farmer South Rhine 1904 Memorial 146/450

HENDERSON, Thomas Hall postmaster Unley linked with Carla Emilie Henderson widow College Park 1913 Memorial 89/469

HENDERSON, Thomas Hall postmaster Unley 1918 [probably a son of the late Thomas Henderson licensed victualler Vine Inn Glen Osmond who died in the early 1860s] Memorial 106/476

No 1

HENDERSON, William machinist Kooringa 1878[-1908] Memorial 18/307

HENDERSON, William blacksmith Kooringa 1880 Memorial 60/323

No 2

HENDERSON, William labourer Pt Lincoln 1889 Memorial 231/400

No 3

HENDERSON, William solicitor Adelaide 1894 Memorial 186/421

HENDERSON, William solicitor Victor Harbor 1911[-1912] Memorial 61/464

HENDERSON, William solicitor Victor Harbor 1912 Memorial 85/467

HENDERSON, William solicitor and orchardist Victor Harbor 1915 Memorial 111/473

HENDERSON, William solicitor Victor Harbor 1934 Application 27914

No 4

HENDERSON, William engineer Prospect 1932 Memorial 88/505

No 1

HENDERSON, William Hall accountant Adelaide 1893 Memorial 72/416

HENDERSON, William Hall accountant Adelaide (King William St) 1898 Memorial 57/435

No 1

HENDRICKSON, John Lawrence tailor Adelaide (Leigh St) 1847[-1850] Memorial 92/22

No 2

HENDRICKSON, Mr Manager SA Bottle Wash Company Brompton 1892 Application 22210

HENDRIE, Harry Robert fancy and ornamental confectioner Adelaide (Hindley St) 1890 Memorial 144/404

No 1

HENDRY, Alexander carpenter Mt Barker 1855 Memorial 160/117

HENDRY, Alexander cabinetmaker Mt Barker. Trustee Congregational Chapel Mt Barker 1857 Memorial 128/120

HENDRY, Alexander cabinetmaker Mt Barker 1860 Application 1600

HENDRY, Alexander of Georgetown, died 15/4/1878, of injuries after having been thrown from his buggy near Georgetown, some six weeks earlier. His widow, Mary Mildred Hendry, went to live in North Adelaide. Dr FORSYTH of Laura attended the injured man Application 20190

No 2

HENDRY, Alexander blacksmith Truro Co Eyre. Hundred of Coomooroo land grant 1882 Book 13 Page 261 County Dalhousie

No 3

HENDRY, Alexander gardener Upper Sturt 1890 Memorial 1/403

HENDRY, Ellen Josephine widow 47 Stevenson St, Nailsworth 1935, born 26/7/1870, declared that she had lived at that address ever since she was 15 [probably relict of the late AW Hendry] Application 27980

HENDRY, James law agent Orroroo 1881 Memorial 201/334

No 1

HENDRY, John blacksmith and William Hendry wheelwright both of Charleston 1859 Memorial 46/305

HENDRY, John and William mechanics Charleston Co Adelaide. Hundred of Kanmantoo land grant 1859[-1860] Grant Book 57 Page 146 County Sturt

HENDRY, John machinist Georgetown and William Hendry wheelwright Mt Pleasant 1871 Memorial 47/305

HENDRY, John blacksmith Georgetown. Hundred of Bundaleer land grant 1871 Grant Book 60 Page 63 County Victoria

HENDRY, John gentleman Woodside Co Adelaide. Hundred of Bundaleer land grant 1874 Grant Book 60 Page 70 County Victoria

HENDRY, John storekeeper Georgetown. Trustee unnamed School Hundred of Bundaleer Hundred of Bundaleer land grant 1875[-1876] Grant Book 60 Page 71 County Victoria

HENDRY, Mildred clerk Adelaide 1920 Memorial 183/480

HENDY, Hedley Edwin Union Bank inspector Adelaide 1950 Memorial 134/524

No 1

HENDEY, HP bank clerk Gladstone 1885 Memorial 228/369

HENDY, HP bank clerk Gladstone 1885 Memorial 228/369

No 1

HENDY, Nicholas miner Adelaide (Hindley St) 1852 Memorial 84/45

HENDY, Nicholas licensed victualler Adelaide [Royal Oak, Hindley St, Adelaide] 1853 Hundred of Munno Para land grant Memorial 62/52

HENDY, Nicholas miner Hampton near Redruth 1871 Application 11714

HENDY, Thomas farmer near Naracoorte Hundred of Binnum land grant 1880 Grant Book 29 Page 145 County MacDonnell

No 1

HENEKER, James farmer Nairne 1856 Memorial 151/112

No 2

HENEKER, James of Willaston near Gawler 1868 Memorial 27/237

HENNEKER, Thomas labourer Willaston 1866 Memorial 54/211

HENNIKER, William Henry labourer Kapunda 1908 Memorial 209/461

HENEL, Ludwig Johnn farmer Lobethal 1854 Memorial 171/75

HENERY, Patrick farmer Blinman. Hundred of Carr land grant 1899 Grant Book 59 Page 4 County Taunton

No 1

HENEY, Timothy labourer Portland Estate 1874 Application 13741

HENEY, Timothy Corporation labourer Portland Estate 1902 Application 24348

No 1

HENKE, Andreas Philipp gardener Angaston 1928[-1930] Memorial 54/500, Application 27701

HENKE, Andreas Philipp farmer Brimpton Lake 1949 Memorial 86/524

HENKE, Johann Ferdinand labourer Towitta 1900 Grant Book 17 Page 34 County Eyre

HENKE, Louis Martin farmer Brimpton Lake 1944[-1947] Memorial 37/518, Application 28533

No 1

HENKEL, Carl Eduard Friedrich miner Kensington 1854[-1857] Memorial 15/63

HENKEL, Carl Eduard Friedrich Henkel of Stepney and Caroline Luise Henkel his wife 1855 Application 6620

HENKEL, Friedrich Eduard gentleman formerly of Norwood but now of Castlemaine Vic 1858 Memorial 76/144

HENKEL, Mr mining captain Stepney 1863 Application 4323

HENKEL, Carl Eduard Friedrich miner formerly of Kensington 1854 but now of Stepney 1865 Application 6623

HENKELMANN, Mary Ann linked with Section 165 Hundred of Mt Muirhead Co Grey 1895 Memorial 66/434

No 1

HENLEY, Alfred John blacksmith Goolwa, linked with Benjamin William Henley builder Goolwa and Thomas Henley formerly machinist Goolwa but now farmer Middleton 1913 Memorial 167/468

HENLEY, Alfred John blacksmith Goolwa 1914 Memorial 49/470

HENLEY, Alfred John fitter and turner Goolwa 1946 Memorial 37/520

No 1 - perhaps the same person

HENLEY, Benjamin William builder Gawler linked with Edwin Thomas Henley blacksmith Goolwa 1894 Memorial 63/422

HENLEY, BW undertaker Goolwa 1903 Memorial100/461

No 1

HENLEY, Charles Samuel labourer O'Halloran Hill and Richard Henley mason Adelaide 1907 Memorial 173/456

HENLEY, Charles Samuel labourer O'Halloran Hill (often known as Samuel Henley), died 22/10/1949 Adelaide. Memorial 149/524

No 1

HENLEY, Edwin Thomas blacksmith Goolwa 1895 Memorial 22/424

HENLEY, Edwin Thomas blacksmith formerly of Goolwa but now of Northam WA 1897 Memorial 240/431

HENLEY, Joseph Lawrence gentleman Gilberton 1856 Memorial 193/98

No 1

HENLEY, Richard mason O'Halloran Hill 1854 Memorial 163/69

HENLEY, Richard mason formerly of O'Halloran Hill but now of Adelaide 1903 Memorial 117/449

No 1

HENLEY, Thomas blacksmith Goolwa 1886 Memorial 213/375

HENLEY, Thomas machinist Goolwa 1892 Memorial 201/415

HENLEY, Thomas formerly machinist Goolwa but now farmer Middleton 1913 Memorial 167/468

No 1

HENLEY, William labourer Unley 1854 Memorial 133/301

HENLEY, Elizabeth widow Goodwood 1877, had a life interest in trust in the estate of her late husband, William Henley formerly gardener Goodwood but then deceased, with inheritance absolutely in remainder expectant to their daughter, Sarah SMITH wife of John Smith farmer Napperby Application 16104

No 1 - probably the same person

HENN, Mark Louis printer Adelaide 1883 Memorial 29/359

HENN, Louis lithographer and stationer Adelaide 1884 Memorial 100/387

HENNELL, George Section 118 Survey B near Adelaide 1851 Memorial 467/34.

HENNEMANN, August Christian Ludwig linked with Section 144 Hundred of Willochra Co Frome 1885 Memorial 118/372

HENNESSEY, William farmer Mt Gambier 1876 Application 15640

HENNESSY, Ellen Elizabeth spinster Owen Co Gawler. Hundred of Cotton land grant 1908 Grant Book 12 Page 121 County Chandos

No 1 – the Elder

HENNESSY, James farmer Gawler Hundred of Grace land grant 1864 Grant Book 27 Page 35 County Gawler

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

HENNESSY, James farmer Grace Plains Hundred of Dalkey land grant 1880 Grant Book 26 Page 229 County Gawler

No 2 – the Younger

HENNESSY, James the Younger farmer Owen Co Daly. Hundred of Price land grant 1908 Grant Book 6 Page 81 County Buccleuch

No 1 - possibly the same person

HENNESSY, John of near Greenock 1859 Memorial 334/150

HENNESSY, John farmer Greenock 1865 Memorial 196/205

HENNESSY, John farmer near Greenock 1868 Application 9588

HENNESSY, John farmer Orroroo 1885 Memorial 97/368

HENNESSY, Maurice farmer Kapunda 1853[-1855] Memorial 90/56

HENNESSY, Susannah formerly Susannah STAKER widow of the late Francis Staker [the Younger] late farmer Allen Creek now wife of Denis Hennessy farmer Allen Creek 1878 Application 16701

HENNESSY, Thomas farmer Owen Co Gawler. Hundred of Cotton land grant 1909[-1910] Grant Book 12 Page 121 County Chandos

HENNESSY, William farmer Owen Co Gawler. Hundred of Cotton land grant 1910 Grant Book 12 Page 123 County Chandos

HENNIG, Adolph farmer near Tanunda Hundred of Bagot land grant 1875 Grant Book 17 Page 231 County Eyre

No 1

HENNIG, August farmer Light River 1864 Memorial 258/199

HENNIG, August farmer Kapunda Co Light. Hundred of Hallett land grant 1875 Grant Book 8 Page 92 County Burra

HENNIG, Carl Friedrich farmer Tanunda 1853[-1875] Memorial 349/59

HENNIG, Gustav Adolph farmer Parnaroo 1889 Memorial 152/395

HENNIG, Heinrich Adolph farmer Sedan 1884[-1886] Memorial 211/361

HENNIG, Wilhelm Carl farmer Kapunda Co Light. Hundred of Gumbowie land grant 1883 Grant Book 40 Page 44 County Kimberley

No 1

HENNIGS, Edward undertaker Adelaide (Hindley St) 1890 Application 26314

HENNIGS, Edward undertaker Adelaide (Hindley St) 1894 Likely that W SOMMER undertaker's assistant Adelaide (Hindley St) 1893 worked for this firm Application 22780

No 1

HENNING, AH clerk to Messrs SYMON, BAKEWELL & SYMON solicitors Adelaide 1883 Memorial 51/355

HENNING, AH solicitor Broken Hill NSW 1889 Memorial 132/402

HENNING, Andrew Harriot solicitor Adelaide 1890 Memorial 135/404, Application 21881

HENNING, Andrew Harriot solicitor Perth WA 1907 Memorial 195/478

HENNING, Charles servant Blackwood near Strathalbyn 1856 Memorial 256/105

HENNING, Francis licensed victualler Thames St, Glenelg 1839[-1840] Memorial 135/22

No 1 - probably the same person; perhaps the Elder

HENNING, Friedrich upholsterer Adelaide (Leigh St) 1850[-1854] Memorial 362/19

HENNING, Friedrich gentleman Adelaide 1855[-1862] Memorial 94/2

HENNING, F & Son leased out No 17 Rundle St, Adelaide to Charles JACOBS no description 1864 Memorial 64/196

HENNING, Friedrich formerly merchant Adelaide 1859 but now gentleman Norwood 1866 Application 7431

No 2 - perhaps the Younger

HENNING, Friedrich farmer Greenock Creek 1853 Memorial 160/50

HENNING, Carl Friedrich August gentleman Hundred of Light 1858 Memorial 154/140

HENNING, Carl Friedrich August farmer Section 79 Hundred of Light 1858[-1859] Enrolment 58/39

No 1

HENNING, Rudolph of Adelaide one of the directors of the Sixth Creek Gold Mining Company 1868 Memorial 30/229

No 1 - probably continues from previous entry

HENNING, Rudolph Wilhelm Emile gentleman Adelaide 1856[-1859] Memorial 160/108

HENNING, Rudolph Wilhelm Emile innkeeper Adelaide 1865 Memorial 99/204

HENNING, Rudolph Wilhelm Emile hotelkeeper Adelaide (Rundle St) 1866 Memorial 179/216

HENNING, Rudolph Wilhelm Emile gentleman Adelaide (East Tce), died 24/11/1884. Husband of Young Catherine Henning Memorial 133/404

HENNING, Young Catherine widow Adelaide 1890 Application 21881

HENNING, Theodor blacksmith Tanunda 1859 Memorial 165/150

HENNING, Thomas licensed victualler Tattersall's Hotel Adelaide (pt TA 77, 78 Hindley St) 1897 Memorial 234/430

HENNING, Thomas W clerk to JG DALY solicitor Adelaide 1870 Memorial 5/249

HENNINGWAY, EC of Hindley St West, Adelaide 1884 Memorial 74/359

HENNY, Daniel farmer late of Morphett Vale now of Munno Para 1852 Memorial 296/41

No 1

HENRIE, Minnie Fass widow Blinman 1907 Memorial 46/458

HENRIE, Minnie Fass widow Payneham Road, St Peters, died 11/12/1937. Mother of Harold Wilson Henrie civil servant St Peters St, Da Costa Park, and Georgia Wilhelmina DAY married woman Second Ave, Royston Park, Freda BAYFIELD married woman Seventh Ave, St Peters, Clarence Moore Henrie motor mechanic Payneham Rd, St Peters, and Agnes Clare Roberts FULLER married woman Glynde Road, Firle Memorials 140 & 141/512

HENRIE, Minnie Fass widow Payneham Rd, St Peters, died 11/12/1937. Her family included: Georgia Wilhelmina DAY married woman formerly of Second Ave, Royston Park now of Payneham Rd, St Peters; Harold Wilson Henrie civil servant St Peters St, Da Costa Park; Freda BAYFIELD married woman Seventh Ave, St Peters; Clarence John Moore Henrie motor mechanic Seventh Ave, St Peters; Agnes Clare ROBERTS married woman Pitman St, Payneham; Mignon FULLER married woman Glynde Rd, Firle 1938 Application 28136

No 1

HENRIQUES, Abraham Quixano Esquire Adelaide 1855 Memorial 396/83

HENRIQUES, Abraham Quixano and Joseph Esquires formerly of Adelaide but now of Melbourne Vic 1862 Memorial 211/200

No 1

HENRIQUES, Alice spinster Adelaide 1854 Memorial 60/101

HENRIQUES, Alice spinster formerly of Adelaide 1854 but now of Sydney NSW 1877 Application 15720

HENRIQUES, Amos MRCS surgeon 67 Upper Berkeley St, Portman Square, London, Middlesex, England, died 5/6/1880. He left his entire estate, including real estate in SA, to his wife, Julia Henriques Application 18970

No 1

HENRIQUES, Joseph merchant Adelaide linked with HENRIQUES, Joseph physician 67 Upper Berkeley St, London, Middlesex, England 1852 Memorial 317/40

HENRIQUES, Joseph & Moses Benjamin merchants Adelaide trading under the style of Henriques & Co 1855 Memorial 465/87

HENRY, Daniel gardener Myponga 1898 Memorial 219/434

No 1

HENRY, Isaac Solomon merchant Adelaide 1850 Memorial 446/24

HENRY, Isaac Solomon merchant Adelaide (Hindley St) 1853[-1859] Memorial 357/57 Co Grey land grant 1854 Memorial 315/71

HENRY, Isaac Solomon merchant Adelaide. Hundred of Barossa land grant 1854 Grant Book 1 Page 40 County Adelaide

HENRY, Isaac Solomon merchant Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of MacDonnell land grant 1860 Grant Book 30 Page 273 County Grey

HENRY, Isaac Solomon merchant Adelaide 1861 Application 2542

HENRY, Isaac Solomon Esquire formerly of Adelaide, but now of 20 Upper Westbourne Tce, Hyde Park, Middlesex, England 1868 Application 9652

HENRY, Isaac Solomon formerly merchant Adelaide 1854 but now gentleman 20 Upper Westbourne Tce, Bayswater, London, Middlesex, England 1876 Application 15652

HENRY, Isaac Solomon Esquire lived at 22 Greville Place, Maida Vale, Middlesex, England, when he made his will no date supplied Memorial 178/482

HENRY, Isaac Solomon Esquire, died 11/10/1897 51 Holland Park Ave, Middlesex, England. Father of John Sollie Henry and Charles Solomon Henry. CS Henry, afterwards Sir Charles Henry metal merchant Baronet MP JP, died 27/12/1919 5 Carlton Gardens near The Strand, London, Middlesex, England. JS Henry afterwards Sir John Sollie Henry Knight of the Langham Hotel, London, Middlesex, England Memorials 178/482, 78 & 79/484, Application 27059.

HENRY, James carpenter Wallaroo Mines Kadina and Annie Maria Henry his wife formerly Annie Maria ROGERS spinster Prospect Hill 1922 Memorial 193/485

HENRY, Joseph Solomon merchant Adelaide 1855 Memorial 240/96

HENRY, Patrick farmer South Armagh 1856 Memorial 161/145

No 1

HENRY, Robert farmer Nairne 1853 Memorial 368/57

HENRY, Robert farmer Kanmantoo 1859[-1861] Memorial 176/155

No 1

HENRY, Thomas gentleman Adelaide 1840 Storekeeper Adelaide, about to embark for New Zealand 1842 Application 22397

HENRY, Thomas storekeeper formerly of Adelaide but now of Auckland New Zealand 1845 Memorial 103/5

No 2

HENRY, Thomas yeoman Penwortham 1850[-1857] Memorial 98/26

No 3

HENRY, Thomas farmer Lyndoch Valley linked with Richard TAYLOR farmer Lyndoch Valley 1853 Grant Book 1 Page 38 County Adelaide

HENRY, Thomas farmer North Para 1854 Memorial 249/66

HENRY, Thomas farmer near Gawler 1854 Memorial 52/74

No 4

HENRY, Thomas miner Waukaringa 1873 Memorial 225/266

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

HENSCHKE, August the Younger and Johann farmers Parrot Hill near Angaston 1856 Memorial 197/111

HENSCHKE, August farmer Gnadenberg Parrot Hill, died c1866. He left half of his estate to his wife, Johanna Luise Henschke nee WALTER absolutely and the other half in equal shares absolutely to his children - Johann August Ernst Henschke, Luise Auguste Henschke and Paul Gotthard Henschke - the division of the estate to occur after the youngest child turned 21. His wife to manage the estate until the division Memorial 61/218

HENSCHKE, Carl Charles labourer Mingary Out of Hundreds. Mingary (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1893 Grant Book 65 Page 267 County Not named

HENSCHKE, Christian farmer Hundred of Eurilpa 1887 Memorial 203/382

HENSCHKE, Gottlieb farmer Neukirk, died 1872. He left his entire estate to his wife, Auguste Henschke nee WILHELM, during her widowhood. Upon her remarriage, she received £100 out of the estate and the children shared the rest, each boy taking twice as much as each girl Memorial 245/259

HENSCHKE, Heinrich Ernst storekeeper Moculta 1878[-1896] Application 16718, Application 23220

HENSCHKE, Johann August Ernst farmer Milendella Hundred of Finniss land grant 1891 Grant Book 58 Page 44 County Sturt

No 1

HENSCHKE, Johann Carl Ferdinand farmer Troubridge Hundred of Melville land grant 1880 Grant Book 19 Page 83 County Fergusson

HENSCHKE, Johann Carl Ferdinand farmer Edithburgh Hundred of Kilkerran land grant 1880 Grant Book 19 Page 167 County Fergusson

HENSCHKE, Johann Hermann carpenter Mt Gambier Tantanoola (formerly Lucieton Hundred of Hindmarsh) township allotment land grant 1900 Grant Book 31 Page 301 County Grey

HENSCHKE, Johann Martin farmer Kilkerran Hundred of Kilkerran land grant 1880 Grant Book 19 Page 167 County Fergusson

HENSCHKE, Johann Traugott Gotthilf farmer Neales 1884 Memorial 224/361

HENSCHKE, William Paul farmer Hookina. Wonoka (Hundred of Wonoka) township allotment land grant 1883 Grant Book 5 Page 68 County Blachford

HENSEL, Carl August gentleman Lobethal 1854 Memorial 221/72

HENSEL, Franz Carl farmer Schreiberau 1855[-1861] Memorial 266/92

HENSEL, Johann Gottfried carpenter Mt Torrens 1851 Memorial 328/30

HENSEL, Johann Gottlieb farmer Lobethal 1850 Memorial 197/26

HENSEL, Wilhelm farmer Geranium Plain trustee unnamed Church and Cemetery 1899 Grant Book 17 Page 175 County Eyre

HENSELEIT, Carl labourer Millicent Hundred of Mt Muirhead land grant 1885 Grant Book 31 Page 201 County Grey

HENSELL, Thomas Lindley schoolmaster Harrogate 1864 Memorial 235/195

No 1

HENSLEY, Charles sheepfarmer Cairnbank Hundred of Joyce land grant 1884[-1885] Grant Book 51 Page 10 County Robe

HENSLEY, Charles (perhaps farmer and grazier) linked with Section 91 Hundred of Townsend Co Robe 1887 Memorial 222/387

HENSLEY, James barman Pt Adelaide 1849 Memorial 125/19

HENSLEY, Jessie Susan spinster Cairnbank Hundred of Minecrow land grant 1887 Grant Book 46 Page 62 County MacDonnell

No 1

HENSLEY, John stockholder Avenue Range 1854 Memorial 264/71

HENSLEY, John stockholder Cairnbank trustee School Kingston Kingston (Hundred of Lacepede) township allotment land grant 1864 Grant Book 29 Page 214 County MacDonnell

HENSLEY, John sheep farmer Cairnbank near Lacepede Bay 1875 Memorial 95/283

HENSLEY, John sheep farmer Cairnbank 1875[-1881] Memorial 132/284

HENSLEY, John stockholder Cairnbank linked with John Alexander and William Hay Hensley sheep farmers Cairnbank 1882 Memorial 186/344

HENSLEY, John stockholder Cairnbank Hundred of Townsend land grant 1885 Grant Book 51 Page 74 County Robe

No 1

HENSLEY, John Alexander and William Hay sheep farmers Cairnbank 1884 Memorial 175/356

HENSLEY, John Alexander farmer Cairnbank Hundred of Minecrow land grant 1887 Grant Book 46 Page 62 County MacDonnell

HENSLEY, John Alexander farmer Cairnbank Hundred of Townsend land grant 1887 Grant Book 51 Page 74 County Robe

HENSLEY, John Alexander and William Hay Hensley graziers Cairnbank trading under the style or firm of WH & JA Hensley 1892 Memorial 66/415

HENSLEY, William Hay sheep farmer Cairn Bank [probably somewhere near Kingston). Charles Hensley mentioned but not described 1887 Memorial 222/387

No 1

HENSLOWE, Francis Hartwell Esquire formerly of Cranham Lodge, Romford, Essex, England but now of Hobart Town Van Diemen's Land 1853 Memorial 497/60

HENSLOWE, Francis Hartwell Esquire formerly of Cranham Lodge, Romford, Esses, England, but now of Hobart, VDL, power of attorney to George Alexander ANSTEY Esquire of SA, temporarily in VDL, but about to return to SA, to manage his business interests in SA, especially in regard to Section 2315 Survey E (LO 654) 17/11/1853 Deposit 138/1859

HENSLOWE, Francis Hartwell Esquire Hobart Tasmania 1860 Memorial 268/169

No 1

HENSON, Daniel Chapman hotelkeeper Ballarat Vic 1857 Memorial 13/129

HENSON, Daniel Chapman hotelkeeper formerly of Ballarat Vic but now of Adelaide 1857 Memorial 162/131

HENSON, Thomas of Willunga 1859 Memoria 248/158

HENSTRIDGE, Andrew miller Bordertown 1916 Application 26505

No 1

HENSTRIDGE, Bridget Margaret widow Lynton Ave, Millswood 1937 Memorial 162/511

HENSTRIDGE, Bridget Margaret widow formerly of Lynton Ave, Millswood now of Murray Bridge 1940 Application 28091

HENSTRIDGE, Bridget Margaret widow formerly of Lynton Ave, Millswood but now of 30 Narinna Ave, Hollywood 1949 Application 28679

No 1

HENSTRIDGE, Frederick labourer Nairne 1853 Memorial 495/47

HENSTRIDGE, Frederick yeoman Nairne 1858[-1859] Memorial 60/147

HENSTRIDGE, Frederick labourer Nairne 1860 Application 1965

HENSTRIDGE, Frederick formerly yeoman Nairne 1859 but now farmer Mt Gambier 1863 Application 4299

HENSTRIDGE, Frederick labourer Mt Gambier Hundred of Hindmarsh land grant 1875 Grant Book 30 Page 198 County Grey

HENSTRIDGE, Samuel farmer near Naracoorte Hundred of Glen Roy land grant 1875 Grant Book 29 Page 284 County MacDonnell

HENTIG, John William Esquire Kingston upon Hull and Cottingham, Yorks, England 1841 Memorial 274/74

HENTSCHKE, Gottlob farmer Mt Torrens, declared an insolvent debtor on 3/4/1862 Memorial 131/183

HENTSCHKE, Hugo Albert storekeeper Moculta 1908 Memorial 57/459

HENTSCHKE, Johann Christian labourer Waterloo Hundred of Boucaut land grant 1881 Grant Book 55 Page 37 County Stanley

HENTY, Stephen George merchant Portland Vic 1851 Memorial 2/37

HENTY, William Joseph labourer Meadows. Wickham Hill School trustee 1910 Grant Book 2 Page 101 County Adelaide

No 1

HENWOOD, George storekeeper Gawler 1852 Memorial 68/40

HENWOOD, George draper formerly of Gawler but now of Adelaide 1856 Memorial 203/112

HENWOOD, George draper Norwood 1862 Memorial 286/182

HENWOOD, George draper Norwood, became a bankrupt in 1863 Memorial 273/192

No 1

HENWOOD, Nehemiah farmer Lalee Station 1856 Memorial 292/110

HENWOOD, Nehemiah stockholder Lalee Hundred of Gambier land grant 1865 Grant Book 30 Page 96 County Grey

No 1 - perhaps the same person

HENWOOD, Thomas storekeeper Bertha near Willaston 1872 Memorial 121/260

HENWOOD, Thomas storekeeper Willaston Co Gawler. Yatina (Hundred of Black Rock Plain) township allotment land grant 1874 Grant Book 13 Page 6 County Dalhousie

HENWOOD, Thomas storekeeper Redhill became a bankrupt in 1878 Memorial 180/309

HENWOOD, Thomas saddler Maitland 1880 Memorial 236/324

No 1

HENWOOD, William Percival farmer Parilla trustee Public Hall Parilla 1909 Grant Book 12 Page 113 County Chandos

HENWOOD, William Percival farmer Parilla. Hundred of Bews land grant 1911 Grant Book 12 Page 7 County Chandos

HENWOOD, William Percival farmer Parilla trustee Parilla Institute 1912 Grant Book 12 Page 116 County Chandos

HENWOOD, William Percival formerly farmer Parilla but now a member of the AIF 1916 Memorial 69/474

HENZELL, Arthur D of Whinham St, Fitzroy, and Mary Adelaide Henzell his wife 1920[-1921] Memorial 194/479

No 1

HENZELL, Thomas Linley teacher Harrogate 1858 Memorial 223/144

HENZELL, Thomas Linley teacher Stirling East 1866 Memorial 144/208

HEPBURN, James baker Adelaide 1853 Memorial 357/49
No 1

HEPENSTAL, George Esquire formerly of Adelaide, but now of the Onkaparinga 1842. Handy list of farm equipment and household items Memorial 385/1

HEPENSTAL, George gentleman Noarlunga 1851 Memorial 1/38

HEPENSTAL, George farmer Stansbury Hundred of Ramsay land grant 1879 Grant Book 19 Page 338 County Fergusson

No 1

HEPENSTALL, Charles labourer Noarlunga Hundred of Minlacowie land grant 1882 Grant Book 19 Page 257 County Fergusson

HEPENSTALL, Charles farmer Stansbury Hundred of Ramsay land grant 1891 Grant Book 19 Page 340 County Fergusson

HEPPNER, Christian farmer formerly of Bethanien but now of Krondorf 1860 Memorial 245/169

HEPPNER, Daniel farmer Tanunda 1860 Memorial 213/166

HEPPNER, Hanfried farmer Krondorf near the Kaiserstuhl 1856 Memorial 267/104

HEPPNER, Johann George farmer Bethanien near Tanunda and Rosine his wife, settled 14 acres of land and their house on pt Sections 650 and 651 Wiltshire Special Survey, in trust upon their daughter, Rosine FECHNER nee Heppner and her husband Carl Friedrich Fechner farmer Lyndoch Valley, provided ‘during their lives and the survivor of them with all needful and sufficient board, lodging, apparel and washing suitable and adapted to the requirements of their station in life, together with all necessary medical and surgical atendance and medicines’. Trustees - Johann Friedrich Ernst Fechner farmer Lyndoch Valley and Christian Heppner farmer Hahndorf 5/11/1851 Memorial 270/37

HEPWELL, Isaac of Penrice 1855[-1858] Memorial 227/84

HEPWORTH, Charles licensed victualler Squatter's Arms George St Thebarton. A blacksmith shop attached to the business 1862 Memorial 49/187

HEPWORTH, Edward Spencer of 45 Beans Rd, West Thebarton, aged 76 in 1926, declared that he had lived for 65 years in the area Application 27507

HEPWORTH, John c/- post office Balhannah 1881 Application 18403

HEPWORTH, Joshua sawyer Balhannah, died 1875. He left his entire estate to his son John Hepworth, provided he cared for the testator's wife for the rest of her life Memorial 101/285

HEPWORTH, Thomas baker Hindmarsh 1846 Memorial 207/7

HEPWORTH, William sawyer Hart Creek near Balhannah 1861 Memorial 10/174

No 1

HERELD, Christian miner Lobethal purchased land in Hahndorf 1853 Memorial 404/52

HERELD, Christian farmer Grünthal near Hahndorf 1857 Memorial 321/130

HERELD, Caroline widow Grünthal 1865 Memorial 329/200

HERELD, Caroline widow of Christian Hereld gardener Grünthal, remarried to David MCKINLAY on 10/4/1865. Caroline McKinlay died 19/9/1897 Kent Town. Estate worth £200. She had at least two children - Heinrich Christian Antelope Hereld gardener Grünthal and Mrs Adolphine (also known as Emilie) WHITE widow Kent Town. The brother and sister inherited land in the township of Mt Stanley from their mother 1914 Application 26356

HERELD, Henry Christian Antelope gardener Grünthal son of Caroline MCKINLAY formerly Caroline Hereld widow Grünthal 1895[-1898] Memorial 160/423

No 1

HERBERGER, Carl Ludwig miner Lobethal 1852[-1854] Memorial 384/41 Farmer Hahndorf 1854 Memorial 239/67

HERBERGER, Carl Ludwig farmer Hahndorf 1854[-1860] Memorial 108/80

HERBERGER, Carl Ludwig farmer Hahndorf 1856 Hundred of Strathalbyn land grant Co Hindmarsh Memorial 163/100

HERBERGER, Carl Ludwig contractor Hahndorf 1857 Deposit 61/860

HERBERGER, Carl Ludwig contractor Hahndorf , became a bankrupt 1860 Application 4034

No 1 - possibly the same person

HERBERT, Alfred Frank farmer Nantawarra 1893 Memorial 160/416

HERBERT, Alfred Frank farmer Lochiel 1895[-1898] Memorial 194/424

HERBERT, Alva Reginald Mousley clerk to W & T POPE solicitors 22 Grenfell St, Adelaide 1928 Application 27639

HERBERT, Charles carrier Adelaide 1870 Memorial 192/247

No 1

HERBERT, Charles E articled clerk to HH MILDRED solicitor Adelaide 1878 Memorial 232/308

HERBERT, Charles E articled clerk Adelaide 1880 Memorial 98/324

HERBERT, Charles E solicitor Moonta 1887[-1888] Memorial 157/386

HERBERT, Christopher brickmaker Penrice 1868 Application 8991

HERBERT, Count Frank farmer near Kulpara. Hundred of Cameron land grant 1881 Grant Book 14 Page 441 County Daly

No 1 – Edward John Herbert

HERBERT, Edward of Balaklava 1883 Memorial 84/349

HERBERT, Edward John farmer Nantawarra 1884 Memorial 159/355

HERBERT, Edward John farmer Nantawarra Hundred of Goyder land grant 1897 Grant Book 56 Page 419 County Stanley

HERBERT, George bootmaker Kooringa 1916 Application 27690

No 1

HERBERT, George Septimane farmer Yankalilla 1854[-1857] Memorial 434/66

HERBERT, George Septimane farmer Alma Plains Co Gawler. Hundred of Cameron land grant 1874 Grant Book 14 Page 435 County Daly

HERBERT, George Septimane farmer Nantawarra near Pt Wakefield Hundred of Cameron land grant 1877[-1881] Grant Book 14 Page 438 County Daly

HERBERT, George Septimane farmer Alma Plains Co Gawler. Hundred of Cameron land grant 1874 Grant Book 14 Page 435 County Daly

HERBERT, George Septimane farmer Nantawarra near Pt Wakefield Hundred of Cameron land grant 1877[-1881] Grant Book 14 Page 438 County Daly

HERBERT, George Septimane farmer Nantawarra near Pt Wakefield 1881 Memorial 2/334

HERBERT, George Septimane of Nantawarra 1889 Memorial 101/398

HERBERT, George Septimane farmer Price 1896 Memorial 227/426

HERBERT, George Septimane farmer Price 1896[-1916] Grant Book 14 Page 138 County Daly

HERBERT, Glen Harry farmer Percyton 1898 Memorial 94/434

HERBERT, Henry Cecil currant grower McLaren Vale 1913 Memorial 156/496

No 1

HERBERT, John carpenter Adelaide 1838 Application 10159

HERBERT, John carpenter Adelaide 1847[-1848] Memorial 37/10

HERBERT, John builder Adelaide (North Tce) 1857 Memorial 111/115

HERBERT, John builder Adelaide, died 1869. He left his entire estate to his wife, Matilda Herbert Memorial 232/242

HERBERT, Matilda widow formerly of Adelaide and Walkerville, late of Goodwood West, emigrated to SA in 1866. No relatives in the colony. She received the land grant of Section 466 Survey C from the owner, a good personal friend, William SCHOLEY formerly of Mark Lane of London in 1839, and had to evict people called Mr SPARK and TUCKWELL who were trying to claim the property through adverse possession. William Scholey tobacco broker 5 Billiter Square, All Hallows Barking, London, died 27/4/1872, of apoplexy, aged 61. Joshua W Cranefield Scholey witnessed the death. Matilda Herbert died 5/9/1884. She left her estate to her friend, Ann Willesee RAINS widow Dry Creek Application 22672

HERBERT, Matilda widow formerly of North Tce, Adelaide 1869 but now of Gilberton near Adelaide 1871 Application 11554

HERBERT, Matilda widow Gilberton 1872 Memorial 56/261

HERBERT, Matilda widow Goodwood, died 5/9/1884. Executors: Alexander Baird BROOK woolsorter Goodwood and Ann Willesee RAINS wife of William Rains farmer Dry Creek Memorial 98/361

No 2

HERBERT, John mason Norwood 1855 Memorial 170/91

HERBERT, John mason formerly of Norwood but now of Kadina 1861 Application 2444

No 3

HERBERT, John fisherman Price. Hundred of Clinton land grant 1904 Grant Book 14 Page 139 County Daly

HERBERT, John Cotti butcher Moonta. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1877 Grant Book 14 Page 63 County Daly

No 1

HERBERT, Lloyd surgeon Strathalbyn 1863[-1865] Memorial 312/189

HERBERT, Lloyd surgeon Strathalbyn Hundred of Kondoparinga land grant 1865 Grant Book 36 Page 252 County Hindmarsh

HERBERT, Lloyd physician Moonta. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1872 Grant Book 14 Page 61 County Daly

HERBERT, Richard AC clerk to Messrs UPTON & PAGE solicitors Adelaide 1886 Memorial 190/376

No 1

HERBERT, Robert teamster Black Springs 1860[-1863] Memorial 149/166, Application 4402

HERBERT, Robert teamster Black Springs Glendore Primitive Methodist Chapel trustee 1864 Memorial 202/197

HERBERT, Robert landowner Black Springs 1866 Memorial 35/215

No 2

HERBERT, Robert teamster Black Springs 1938 Application 28124

No 3

HERBERT, Robert teamster Kadina. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1882 Grant Book 14 Page 241 County Daly

HERBERT, RL bank manager Yankalilla 1883 Memorial 42/355

No 1

HERBERT, Septimane sheep farmer Yankalilla 1852 Memorial 68/46

HERBERT, Septimane farmer Wissanger, Yankalilla 1853 Memorial 189/58

HERBERT, Septimane Established a sub-division on pts Section 1175 Hundred of Yankalilla, adjoining Bungalla River [now Bungala River] 1854. He called this new township Wissanger, but died before he could finish and sell the sub-division Memorial 374/67 & Application 21047

HERBERT, Septimane JP of Wissanger House Yankalilla 1866 Memorial 91/211

HERBERT, Septimane family of Yankalilla 1897 - Ena NORMAN wife of Hugh Norman surveyor (Hutt St, Adelaide), George Septimane Herbert farmer Percyton; Frank Herbert farmer Dangan St, Perth WA; Mary Ellen TAYLOR wife of James Noblett Taylor warehouseman Adelaide; Fanny NEWBURY wife of William Edward Newbury school teacher Springton; Susan Anna KAPPLER wife of Renney Kappler farmer Curramulka; Oscar John Herbert surveyor Comongin Station Qld Application 23415

No 1

HERBERT, Thomas builder North Adelaide 1850[-1851] Memorial 470/19

No 2

HERBERT, Thomas butcher Kadina. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1871 [-1878] Grant Book 14 Page 75 County Daly

HERBERT, Thomas butcher Kadina 1884[-1892] Memorial 133/357

HERBERT, Thomas butcher Moonta. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1885 Grant Book 14 Page 90 County Daly

HERBERT, Thomas butcher Kadina, had died by 1911. Executors – Charlotte Jane Herbert widow and George Thomas Herbert butcher both of Kadina Grant Book 15 Page 95 County Daly

HERBERT, Uriah farmer Kadina. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1902 Grant Book 14 Page 250 County Daly

No 1

HERBERT, William carrier Little Adelaide 1868 Memorial 206/231

No 2

HERBERT, William secretary to the firm of HARROLD, COLTON & Co Ltd of Adelaide 1889 Memorial 102/399

No 3

HERBERT, William of Woodside and Helen Eliza Herbert nee ESAU his wife 1897 Application 24414

HERBIN, Alexander Gray farmer Adelaide 1849 Memorial 225/15

HERCOCK, George Lawrence coachbuilder Morphett Vale 1922 Application 27067

HERCOME, Daniel labourer Middleton 1866 Application 7054

HERDE, Frederick farmer Quorn trustee Public Cemetery Quorn Hundred of Pichi Richi land grant 1881 Grant Book 49 Page 26 County Newcastle

HEREYMAN, Thomas contractor Darley on the Torrens 1867 Memorial 97/223

No 1 - likely to be the same person

HERFORD, Walter Vernon Esquire Adelaide 1856 Memorial 171/112

HERFORD, Walter Vernon solicitor Adelaide 1862 Application 16671

HERFORD, W Vernon solicitor Adelaide 1863 Memorial 17/403

HERFORD, Walter Vernon solicitor formerly of Adelaide, but now a bankrupt 1864 Memorial 339/198

HERFORD, Annie widow Stepney 1884 Application 20342

HERFORD, William gardener Adelaide leased land at Frewville 1854 Memorial 244/66

HERIOT, Frances widow Mitcham 1853 Memorial 51/56

No 1

HERIOT, Peter McFarlane and William James FULLARTON merchants Adelaide trading under the style or firm of Heriot, Fullarton & Co 1866 Memorial 307/209

HERIOT, Peter McFarlane gentleman Adelaide Co Adelaide. Farina (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 65 Page 76 County Not named

No 1 - probably the same person; or Elder and Younger?

HERITAGE, John builder Mitcham 1849[-1854] Memorial 308/18

HERITAGE, John and Caleb farmers Mitcham 1853 Memorial 259/52

HERITAGE, John builder Mitcham, died 5/12/1861, of bronchitis, aged 61. His widow, Mary Ann Heritage, died 14/5/1872 Blumberg, of old age weakness, aged 76 Application 23775

HERITAGE, William schoolmaster Kadina 1864, linked with John Heritage Senr farmer Mitcham 1853 Application 5090

HERNEY, James wheelwright Pt Augusta Co Frome. Pt Augusta (Hundred of Davenport) allotment land grant 1857 Grant Book 66 Page 72 County Frome

HERRMANN, Adolph farmer Bakara. Hundred of Bakara land grant 1899 Grant Book 3 Page 72 County Albert

HERRMANN, Bossart gentleman Adelaide 1851 Memorial 386/32

HERRMANN, Ernst Gustav Friedrich farmer Nildottie 1912. Nildottie Hospital trustee Grant Book 3 Page 5 County Albert

HERRMANN, Gottfried Theodor farmer Bakara. Bakara Evangelical Lutheran Church trustee 1908 Grant Book 3 Page 72 County Albert

HERRMANN, James Henry and HERRMANN, George labourers One Tree Hill 1895 Application 22857

HERRMANN, James Hezekiah storekeeper Blanchetown 1928[-1949] Memorial 149/499

No 1

HERRMANN, Johann Gottfried farmer Blumberg 1857 Memorial 315/124

HERRMANN, Johann Gottfried of Sommerfeld Hundred of Finniss land grant 1886[-1898] Grant Book 58 Page 43 County Sturt

HERRMANN, Johann Gottfried farmer Sommerfeldt 1888[-1896] Memorial 166/390

No 1

HERMANN, Johann Julius labourer near Lyndoch, died 19/4/1938. Father of Adeline Amanda Hermann spinster near Lyndoch, Johannes Hermann, Benjamin Hermann and Alwine ALBRICHT Memorial 105/512

HERMANN, Johann Julius labourer Lyndoch, died 19/4/1938. He left his entire estate to his daughter, Adeline Amanda Hermann spinster Lyndoch, provided she pay £25 to each of his children, Johannes Hermann, Benjamin Hermann and Alwine ALBRICHT Application 28154

HERRMANN, Johann Ludwig farmer Devon Downs 1896 Grant Book 3 Page 4 County Gilbert

HERMANN, John miller College Town 1850 Memorial 422/26

HERMANN, John miller formerly of College Town but now of Ballarat Vic 1874 Memorial 195/275

HERMANN, John miller formerly of College Town then of Ballarat Vic Jan 1874 now of Adelaide Sep 1874 Application 13749

No 1

HERRMANN, Leopold miller Lobethal 1851[-1854] Memorial 454/29

HERMANN, Leopold farmer near Mt Torrens 1859 Memorial 324/156

HERMANN, Wilhelm Carl farmer Frankton 1886 Memorial 143/381

No 1

HERMEL, Heinrich Wilhelm farmer Lobethal 1861 Memorial 1/178

HERMEL, Heinrich Wilhelm formerly farmer Lobethal 1861 but now gentleman Adelaide 1876 Application 15643

HERMER, Luke wheelwright Gawler South 1872 Application 12130

HERNE, Benjamin farmer Koolunga 1884 Memorial 92/359

HERNE, Thomas sheep farmer Pt Lincoln 1862 Memorial 208/184

HERON, Andrew farmer Coonatto Hundred of Willochra land grant 1877 Grant Book 24 Page 535 County Frome

HERON, HL bank clerk Adelaide 1887 Memorial 12/383

HERON, James linked with Section 95 Hundred of Woolundunga Co Frome 1888 Memorial 133/389

No 1

HERRAMAN, James farmer Sylam in the district of Payneham near Adelaide 1851[-1857] Memorials 340/37 & 254/120

HERRAMAN, James farmer Salem [Sylam] on the Torrens, died c1868. He left his entire estate to his wife, Mary Herraman, absolutely Memorial 24/235

HERRAMAN, Thomas labourer St Leonards near Glenelg 1891 Memorial 175/410

No 1

HERREEN, James farmer Blyth Plains Hundred of Moorowie land grant 1877[-1880] Grant Book 19 Page 33 County Fergusson

HERREEN, James held grazing land in the Hundred of Moorowie Co Fergusson 1890 Memorial 247/405

HERREEN, John farmer Wirreanda Co Granville. Hundred of Eurelia land grant 1885 Grant Book 13 Page 385 County Dalhousie

No 1 - perhaps the same person; or Elder/Younger

HERRENBERG, Friedrich Wilhelm stonemason Adelaide 1851[-1862] Memorial 290/31

HERRENBERG, Friedrich Wilhelm stonemason Norwood 1855 Memorial 373/89

HERRICK, Edward stockholder Silverton Park, Waitpinga 1870[-1874] Memorial 193/249 Esquire Silverton Park near Silverton township late 1874 Memorial 125/278

HERRING, Albert formerly labourer Willunga but now farmer Osmond Tce, Norwood 1927 Memorial 87/497

HERRING, Bessie Theresa spinster North Adelaide and Vera Isabel Herring spinster formerly of North Adelaide but now of Darlington on the Sturt 1926 Memorial 179/495

HERRING, Catherine Louisa widow Willunga, died 17/8/1924. Mother of Albert Herring labourer Willunga; Gladys May Herring spinster; other children mentioned but not described Memorial 65/497

HERRING, Edwin Hardy marble dealer Adelaide (Waymouth St) 1877 Memorial 150/306

No 1 - probably the same person

HERRING, John Morris builder Adelaide 1844[-1847] Memorial 133/8

HERRING, John Morris licensed victualler Adelaide 1849 Memorial 389/17

HERRING, John Morris builder formerly of Kennington, then Bishop’s Walk, Surrey, England, late publican Adelaide. He married 1812 St Andrew by the Wardrobe, St Andrews Hill, Dctors Commons, London, to Hannah HEAD (sister of informant Martha STONE nee Head widow Enfield SA 1867). Two children - John Henry Herring painter Adelaide, born 14/6/1813, and Giles Head Herring ginger beer brewer Adelaide, born 9/6/1819, both baptised as St Mary Lambeth, Surrey 8/3/1820. The family emigrated to SA. John Morris Herring died 3/2/1852 intestate Adelaide, leaving his eldest son, John Henry Herring as heir at law. Application 8444

HERRING, Joseph Gifford vigneron Darlington linked with Nigel Charles Herring gentleman formerly of Melbourne Vic but now of Adelaide 1893 Memorial 248/417

No 1 - likely to be the same person

HERRING, Nicholas labourer Hindmarsh 1849 Memorial 299/19

HERRING, Nicholas labourer Gawler 1851[-1854] Memorial 162/38

HERRING, Nicholas yeoman Gawler 1854 Memorial 32/67

HERRING, Nicholas farmer Gawler Plains 1856 Memorial 429/97

HERRING, Nicholas and William farmers Gawler Plains 1862 Memorial 65/182

No 1 - likely to be the same person

HERRING, Nigel Charles accountant Adelaide 1877 Memorial 9/297

HERRING, NC resident secretary of the AMP Society of Adelaide 1890 Memorial 233/404

HERRING, Percival Martin labourer Willunga linked with Catherine Louisa Herring widow Willunga 1917 Memorial 122/475

HERRING, Thomas carpenter Aldinga Hundred of Wauraltee land grant 1881 Grant Book 19 Page 223 County Fergusson

No 1

HERRING, William labourer Hindmarsh 1848 Memorial 197/12

No 2

HERRING, William of Gawler 1853 Memorial 464/47

HERRING, William labourer near Gawler Town 1860 Application 1216

No 3

HERRING, William gardener Willunga 1899 Memorial 107/438

HERRING, William farmer Willunga 1904 Memorial 226/451

HERRING, William quarryman Beltunga near Willunga, died 30/12/1907 Adelaide. Husband of Catherine Louisa Herring. Father of Albert Herring labourer Willunga, Frederick John Herring wheelwright Curramulka and Percival Martin Herring mason Willunga Memorials 130 & 131/473

No 1

HERRINGTON, George minister of religion Milang 1892 Memorial 124/412

HERRINGTON, George minister of religion Cottesloe WA, died 1907. Linked with Fortescue Herrington of Bunbury WA. Estate in SA Memorial 94/458

No 1

HERRINGTON, Walter licensed victualler Perth WA and Matilda Herrington his wife 1897 Memorial 6/433

HERRINGTON, Matilda formerly Matilda O'NEILL wife of Walter Herrington licensed victualler Perth WA, and granddaughter of John CLARKE farmer Wattle Hills near Yankalilla 1906. She received a bequest under her grandfather's will, after he died 28/11/1890 Application 25100

No 1

HERRIOT, Charles Kerr and Stuart Herriot sheep farmers Tatiara 1866 Memorial 14/213

HERRIOT, Charles Kerr and Stuart Robert Herriot gentlemen Adelaide 1876 Memorial 20/288

HERRIOT, Edward White surgeon Stansbury 1877 Memorial 19/298

No 1 - perhaps the same person

HERRIOT, Frances widow Mitcham 1853 Memorial 254/57

HERRIOT, Frances widow Adelaide 1855 Memorial 437/81

HERRIOT, Frances widow late of Adelaide but now of Melbourne Vic 1858 Application 61

HERRIOT, Frances Louisa Clason widow Athelstone linked with Charles Kerr Herriot and Stuart Robert Herriot farmers Athelstone 1879 Memorial 39/313

HERRIOT, Hamilton Dunbur porter 24 Flinders Ave, Reade Park 1937 Application 28072

HERRIOT, Peter McFarlane and William James FULLARTON merchants Adelaide trading under the style or firm of Herriot, Fullarton & Co 1866 Memorial 14/213

HERRISON, Cornelius and John farmers Mt Barker District 1855 Memorial 137/89

HERSEY, Adolf Christoph Albert labourer Salisbury 1865 Memorial 77/208

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

HERSEY, Henry labourer Adelaide 1839 Application 17556

Probably his family - included William Lysander Hersey overseer Pt Augusta, Anna MOREY wife of Frederick Morey gardener Athelstone, Henry Hersey gardener Athelstone 1879 Application 17556

HERSEY, Henry farmer Fourth Creek 1852[-1854] Memorial 59/45

HERSEY, Henry market gardener Fourth Creek 1853[-1858] Hundred of Munno Para land grant Memorial 52/58

HERSEY, Henry the Younger farmer Rosebank 1854 Memorial 206/75

HERSEY, Henry the Younger carpenter Adelaide 1854[-1856] Memorial 381/78

HERSEY, Henry the Younger carpenter Athelstone 1857 Memorial 79/120

HERSEY, Henry [the Younger] storekeeper Shipley on the Torrens 1858 Memorial 158/138

HERSEY, Henry the Younger gardener Athelstone 1864 Application 5370

HERSEY, Henry the Younger gardener Athelstone near the reservoir 1865 Application 6362

HERSEY, Henry the Elder formerly storekeeper Shipley 1858 but now gentleman Tusmore Park near Kensington 1866 Application 7080

HERSEY, Henry the Younger labourer Athelstone 1876 Memorial 136/294

HERSEY, Henry the Younger formerly carpenter Adelaide but now gardener Athelstone 1876 Application 14988

HERSEY, Henry gardener Athelstone linked with William Lysander Hersey overseer Pt Augusta 1879 Memorial 62/317

HERSEY, Henry the Younger formerly carpenter Adelaide, but now gardener Athelstone 1881. He no longer used the title ‘the Younger’ in 1881 Application 18664

HERSEY, Henry gardener Athelstone 1885 Application 20409

HERSEY, Henry of Athelstone, died 6/6/1893 Memorial 78/418

HERSEY, William Henry greengrocer Rose Park 1906 Application 25261

No 1

HERSEY, William Lysander tram manager Walkerville 1896 Memorial 112/428

HERSEY, William Lysander tram manager Walkerville 1900 Application 24122

HERSHAW, Eli farmer Robe 1869 Memorial 239/241

HERTEL, Johann miner Redruth 1859 Memorial 183/153

No 1

HERTZ, Philipp Ferdinand bootmaker Greenock 1859 Memorial 120/156

HERTZ, Philipp Ferdinand shoemaker Greenock Creek, became a bankrupt in 1860 Memorial 255/163

HERTZ, Philipp F bootmaker Greenock 1865 Memorial 131/208

HERTZ, Philip Ferdinand storekeeper Greenock 1868 Memorial 188/232

HERVE, Louis Mitchell gardener Le Fevre Peninsula 1856[-1860] Memorial 159/283

HERVEY, Charles mariner Bridgwater near Pt Adelaide 1878 Memorial 60/308

No 1

HERVEY, John tailor Adelaide 1857[-1882] Memorial 225/127

HERVEY, John tailor formerly of Adelaide but now of Jamestown 1892 Application 22280

HERVEY, Thomas mason Norwood 1849 Memorial 112/19

HERVEY, William Bethell gentleman 149 Leadenhall St, London, and 36 Norfolk Square, London, Middlesex, England, power of attorney to Henry SCOTT merchant Adelaide and Walter GOOCH merchant Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 24/12/1891 Deposit 14/1892

HERVILL, William farmer Plympton 1855 Memorial 106/87

No 1

HERZOG, Carl Friedrich carpenter Hahndorf 1855[-1870] Memorial 298/79

HERZOG, Friedrich carpenter Hahndorf. Member St John German Protestant Church Hahndorf 1859 Memorial 301/153

HERZOG, Wilhelm moulder Hahndorf 1867 Application 9730

HESE, Victor Heinrich clerk Freeling 1952, declared that he had been Clerk of the District Council of Freeling since 6/11/1940 Application 28790

No 1

HESELTINE, George Augustus Frederick gentleman Adelaide 1855 Memorial 152/91

HESELTINE, George Augustus Frederick licensed victualler Adelaide 1875 Memorial 231/285

HESELTINE, George Augustus Frederick gentleman Norwood, and Emily Rose Heseltine his wife executrix of the estate of the late Frederick MACKERETH who died 8/7/1885 Memorial 2/377

HESELTINE, George Augustus Frederick gentleman Norwood and Emily Rose Heseltine his wife 1909 Memorial 164/460

HESELTINE, Robert gentleman Islington 1851 Application 27021

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

HESELTINE, Samuel Richard merchant Adelaide 1884 Memorial 219/436

HESELTINE, Samuel Richard master mariner Medindie, about to leave the province for some time, power of attorney to Richard Neville COLLEY of Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 7/3/1885 Deposit 44/1885

HESELTINE, SR the Younger law clerk Adelaide 1901[-1915] Memorial 125/444

No 1

HESLEDEN, Robert Section 400 Survey B 1850 Memorial 146/25 Estate called Rothwell Lodge 1851 Memorial 433/29

HESLEDEN, Robert gentleman Section 400 Survey B 1852 Memorial 377/42

HESLEDEN, Robert farmer [Section 400 Survey B] Tam O'Shanter Belt 1855 Memorial 399/84

HESSION, James John engine driver Lameroo. Hundred of Bews land grant 1907 Grant Book 12 Page 3 County Chandos

STEL, Frederick mason Pt Adelaide 1876 Memorial 17/288

No 1 - likely to be the same person

HESTER, James shoemaker Penola 1855 Memorial 148/84

HESTER, James labourer Penola 1857 Memorial 173/173

HESTER, James formerly labourer 1857 but now Local Court bailiff Penola 1866 Application 7256

HESTER, James bailiff Millicent 1889 Application 21685

No 1

HESTER, Thomas coachman North Adelaide 1880 Memorial 240/322

HESTER, Thomas gardener North Adelaide 1882 Application 19225

HESTER, Thomas doorkeeper North Adelaide 1883. Husband of Elizabeth Margaret Hester. Father of Zachariah Hester. Richard STOTHERS farmer Kilkerran a friend Memorial 21/419

HETHERINGTON, Robert sheep farmer Adelaide 1880[-1882] Memorial 15/326

HETSCHER, Franz Leberecht farmer Krondorf 1864[-1885] Memorial 251/196, Application 20615

HETTNER, Johann Gottlieb farmer Lobethal 1852 Memorial 49/46

No 1

HETZEL, Carl farmer near Tanunda 1855 Memorial 268/92

HETZEL, Carl farmer Hallett Valley 1885 Application 20518

HETZEL, Carl Gottlob farmer near Robertstown 1891 Memorial 57/409

HETZEL, Ernst Gottfried farmer Robertstown 1882 Memorial 183/337

No 1

HETZEL, Wilhelm Traugott farmer Pekina 1897 Memorial 70/430

HETZEL, Wilhelm Traugott farmer Pekina. Hundred of Pekina land grant 1897 Grant Book 13 Page 172 County Dalhousie

HETZER, Helene boardinghouse keeper Waikerie. Waikerie (Hundred of Waikerie) township allotment land grant 1911 Grant Book 3 Page 114 County Albert

No 1

HEUCHAN, William bullock driver Kincraig near Narracoorte Creek 1862 Memorial 331/188

HEUCHAN, William carrier Narracoorte, died c1882 intestate. Letters of administration to his widow, Jane Heuchan, to settle the estate Memorial 143/402

HEUCHAN, Jane widow Narracoorte 1890 Application 21819

HEUKE, Andreas Philipp gardener Angaston 1921 Memorial 179/482

HEUKEL, Friedrich Eduard gentleman formerly of Norwood but now of Castlemaine Vic 1859 Memorial 293/149

HEUN, Reinhard Heinrich builder Unley Road Co Adelaide. Tatiara (later Wolseley Hundred of Tatiara) township allotment land grant 1884 Grant Book 7 Page 87 County Buckingham

No 1

HEUSSNER, Johann George at present in San Francisco, California USA 1896 brother to Annie KING wife of James King tram driver Prospect regarding the estate of his late father, Sebastian HEUSSNER merchant Adelaide (183 Rundle St), who died 23/7/1894 . Brother also to Johanna HEDSTROM Memorial 171/429 & Deposit 69/1896

HEUSSNER, Johann George at present in San Francisco, California, but about to proceed to SA, power of attorney to his sister Annie KING wife of James King tram driver Prospect and William Villeneuve SMITH barrister 44 Pirie St, Adelaide, to look after his interests in his father’s shop 183 Rundle St, Adelaide. Sebastian Heussner provision merchant Rundle St, Adelaide, died 23/7/1894. If his son was not in Adelaide to claim the shop at the time of his death, his daughter, Johanna HEDSTROM, to have the business, pay £1 a week into a trust account, until £300 there. She could have the business within 5 years, upon payment of the money, if the brother did not claim it. 10/10/1896. JG Heussner was to get the money if he claimed it within 7 years, but if he did not, the money was to go where the will directed Deposit 69/1896

HEUSTLER, Frederick F chemist Pt Adelaide 1877 Application 15780

No 1

HEUZENROEDER, Theodor and Adolph of Hahndorf informed the deaths of members of the Grund family of Hahndorf 1864[-1865] Application 16924

HEUZENROEDER, Theodor of Hahndorf informed the death of Dorothea Schulz of Friedrichstadt 1866 Application 8734

HEUZENROEDER/HEUZENRODER/HEUZENRÖDER, Carl Charles storeman Nuriootpa 1863[-1864] Memorial 20/207

No 1

HEUZENROEDER/HEUZENRODER/HEUZENRÖDER, Carl Ferdinand Hugo clerk Adelaide Halbury (Hundred of Hall) township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 56 Page 385 County Stanley

HEUZENROEDER/HEUZENRODER/HEUZENRÖDER, Carl Ferdinand Hugo storekeeper Beautiful Valley Wilmington township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 24 Page 570 County Frome

HEUZENROEDER/HEUZENRODER/HEUZENRÖDER, Charles storekeeper Wilmington Hundred of Willochra land grant 1877 Grant Book 24 Page 538 County Frome

No 1

HEUZENROEDER/HEUZENRODER/HEUZENRÖDER, Edmund law clerk Adelaide 1883 Memorial 110/352

HEUZENROEDER/HEUZENRODER/HEUZENRÖDER, Edmund Moritz solicitor Adelaide (Pirie St) 1913[-1915] Memorial 138/468

HEUZENROEDER/HEUZENRODER/HEUZENRÖDER, Edmund Moritz solicitor Adelaide (Chamber of Manufacturers Building, Pirie St) 1929 Application 27727

HEUZENROEDER/HEUZENRODER/HEUZENRÖDER, Edw solicitor Kapunda 1886 Memorial 65/380

No 1

HEUZENROEDER/HEUZENRODER/HEUZENRÖDER, Henry chemist Adelaide (Rundle St) 1854 Memorial 274/94

HEUZENROEDER/HEUZENRODER/HEUZENRÖDER, Henry gentleman Adelaide shareholder and foundation director Wheal Emma Mining Co Section 5098 Hundred of Onkaparinga. He attended the special shareholder meeting, held 13/6/1870, at Ingleby & Robinson’s office 96 King William St, Adelaide, which decided to dissolve the company and sell the mine site to the Crescent Silver Mining Co Ltd for£126 Application 11119

HEUZENROEDER/HEUZENRODER/HEUZENRÖDER, Henry chemist and druggist Adelaide (Rundle St) sold his entire business in leased premises, including drugs and chemicals worth £150 aboard the Tantallon Castle berthed in Pt Adelaide, to Messrs HH FAULDING & Co of Adelaide. Luther SCAMMELL witnessed for the firm 1876 Memorial 56/290

No 1

HEUZENROEDER/HEUZENRODER/HEUZENRÖDER, Moritz chemist and druggist Tanunda 1851[-1854] Memorial 171/34

HEUZENROEDER/HEUZENRODER/HEUZENRÖDER, Moritz chemist Tanunda 1856. Linked with Wilhelmine Clementine Therese Heuzenroeder spinster Tanunda Memorial 21/96

HEUZENROEDER/HEUZENRODER/HEUZENRÖDER, Moritz chemist Tanunda, died c1864. He left his entire estate to his brother, Henry Heuzenroeder chemist Adelaide Memorial 318/194

No 1

HEUZENROEDER/HEUZENRODER/HEUZENRÖDER, WE clerk to Messrs HOMBURG & MELROSE solicitors Adelaide 1890 Memorial 247/401

HEUZENROEDER/HEUZENRODER/HEUZENRÖDER, Wilhelm Eberhardt solicitor Tanunda 1897 Application 23335

HEUZENROEDER/HEUZENRODER/HEUZENRÖDER, WE solicitor Tanunda 1899[-1915] Memorial 239/438

HEUZENROEDER/HEUZENRODER/HEUZENRÖDER, William Eberhard solicitor Tanunda 1901 Memorial 23/443

HEWARD, Josiah Phillippo merchant Adelaide (Store 5 on the east side of Peel St, in premises 'called Commercial Buildings lately erected by John Robin Harris wine and spirit merchant Adelaide') 1854[-1855] Memorials 198/73, 75/94

No 1

HEWER, Albert and Walter David gentlemen Adelaide 1888 Memorial 199/392

HEWER, Albert timber merchant Adelaide (Grenfell St) and Mary Hewer his wife formerly Mary PULSFORD widow 1884[-1891] Memorial 214/363

No 1

HEWER, WD Secretary to the Permanent Equitable Building & Investment Society 1871 Memorial 74/257

HEWER, Walter David gentleman Adelaide 1874[-1881] Memorial 87/290

HEWER, Walter David accountant Adelaide 1876 Application 15305

No 1

HEWETT, Andrew Henry farmer Tickera and Frances Ann Hewett his wife 1897[-1904] Memorial 74/431

HEWETT, Andrew Henry farmer Bews. Hundred of Tickera land grant 1908[-1911] Grant Book 14 Page 221 County Daly

HEWETT, Frances Ann married woman Bews. Hundred of Tickera land grant 1904 Grant Book 14 Page 219 County Daly

HEWETT, Arthur farmer Wokurna 1890[-1895] Memorial 231/401

HEWETT, Arthur Tupper butcher Gawler linked with William Arthur Hewett grazier Gawler 1947 Memorial 63/521

No 1

HEWITT, CT Esquire McLaren Vale 1852 Central Board of Main Roads Commissioner Memorial 329/41

HEWETT, Charles Thomas farmer Oxenbury Farm District of Willunga 1853 Memorial 465/50

HEWETT, Charles Thomas farmer Oxenbury Farm, McLaren Vale 1854 Memorial 412/62

HEWETT, Charles Thomas farmer Torr Farm Myponga 1854 Memorial 279/78

HEWETT, Charles Thomas farmer Myponga 1861 Application 2297

HEWETT, Charles Thomas MP of Torr Farm Myponga 1864 Memorial 94/196

HEWETT, Charles Thomas formerly farmer Willunga 1858 and Myponga 1858 but now MP Walkerville 1863 Applications 3791 and 3948

HEWETT, Charles Thomas formerly farmer McLaren Vale 1853 but now gentleman Adelaide 1864 Application 5294

No 1

HEWETT, Daniel farmer Navan 1882 Memorial 119/345

HEWETT, Daniel 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 1 - likely to be the same person

HEWETT, DJ mason Clarendon 1876 Memorial 142/293

HEWETT, Daniel John builder Blackwood near Adelaide 1887 Memorial 125/382

HEWETT, Daniel John builder Coromandel Valley 1897 Application 23403

HEWETT, Daniel John builder Blackwood 1914 Application 26340

HEWETT, Ebenezer Eldad farmer Willunga 1859 Memorial 20/152, Application 319

HEWETT, Edith Adeline spinster Pt Wakefield 1898 Application 23705

No 1

HEWETT, Elijah Medad butcher Normanville became a bankrupt 1860 Memorial 30/163

HEWETT, Elijah Medad farmer Normanville 1861 Memorial 322/178

HEWETT, Elijah Medad agent Pt Wakefield [formerly of Yankalilla] 1890 Memorial 70/404

HEWETT, Elijah Medad auctioneer Pt Wakefield 1898[-1903] Memorial 108/436, Application 23705

HEWETT, Ethelbert Heber storekeeper Myponga Jetty Co Hindmarsh. Pt Pirie (Hundred of Pirie) township allotment land grant 1872 Grant Book 60 Page 476 County Victoria

No 1

HEWETT, Henry Grigg gentleman Adelaide 1839. Husband of Mercy Hewett. HG Hewett of North Adelaide died in January 1850. The Hewetts apparently attended Christ Church North Adelaide Application 7428

HEWETT, Henry Grigg of North Adelaide, died c 1849. He left his entire estate to his wife, Mercy Hewett Memorial 263/107

HEWETT, Jabez James labourer Myponga Co Hindmarsh. Hundred of Barunga land grant 1875 Grant Book 14 Page 457 County Daly

HEWETT, Jesse carter Beverley 1884 Application 20309

HEWETT, John farmer Balaklava Hundred of Balaklava land grant 1880 Grant Book 26 Page 113 County Gawler

HEWETT, Joseph musician Adelaide 1850 Memorial 402/25

HEWETT, Norman Eldad no description had an interest in Section 341 Hundred of Pirie Co Victoria 1881 Memorial 200/330

No 1

HEWETT, Onesimus farmer Myponga 1865 Application 6829

HEWETT, Onesimus farmer Myponga Co Hindmarsh. Hundred of Barunga land grant 1875 Grant Book 14 Page 457 County Daly

HEWETT, Onesimus butcher Broughton Extension. Keilli (Hundred of Redhill) township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 14 Page 487 County Daly

HEWETT, Onesimus of Broughton Extension 1876 Memorial 223/290

HEWETT, Onesimus of Broughton. Hundred of Redhill land grant 1878 Grant Book 14 Page 370 County Daly

HEWETT, Onesimus farmer Wokurna trustee unnamed Church Hundred of Wokurna 1897 Grant Book 15 Page 46 County Daly

HEWETT, Richard farmer Balaklava Hundred of Balaklava land grant 1879 Grant Book 26 Page 113 County Gawler

HEWETT, Robert Henry builder Blackwood. Trustee of the Baptist Chapel near the Government Farm 1909 Memorial 221/461

HEWETT, Thomas farmer Myponga 1861 Memorial 16/179

HEWETT, William Town Clerk of Brighton 1884 Application 20135

No 1

HEWETT, William Alfred farmer Kingston S-E Co MacDonnell. Hundred of Tatiara land grant 1877 Grant Book 7 Page 6 County Buckingham

HEWETT, William Alfred farmer Bordertown 1914 Application 26340

HEWETT, William Alfred retired farmer Bordertown 1919, had been in the district since 1877 Application 26742

HEWETT, William Arthur grazier Gawler 1937 Memorial 175/510

HEWEY, Charles mariner Bridgwater near Pt Adelaide 1878 Memorial 60/308

No 1

HEWISH, Andrew telegraph operator The Peake Johnburgh (Hundred of Oladdie) township allotment land grant 1879 Grant Book 13 Page 336 County Dalhousie

HEWISH, Andrew telegraph operator Strangways Springs 1887 Memorial 168/383

HEWISH, Andrew telegraph operator Strangways Springs linked with Albert Hewish telegraph linesman of no address 1889 Memorial 72/396

HEWISH, Andrew railway and telegraph station master Oodnadatta Out of Hundreds. Oodnadatta (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1894 Grant Book 65 Page 234 County Not named

No 1

HEWISH, Henry engineer Cox Creek 1856[-1859] Memorial 333/108

HEWISH, Henry miller Cox Creek 1860 Memorial 114/169

HEWISH, Henry innkeeper Bridgewater 1864 Memorial 216/198

HEWISH, Henry engineer Mt Torrens 1866 Memorial 181/208

HEWISH, Henry licensed victualler Magill 1868 Memorial 93/235

HEWISH, Henry formerly engineer Cox Creek 1856 but now gentleman Gumeracha 1869 Application 9706

HEWISH, Henry licensed victualler Gumeracha 1872 Memorial 84/262

HEWISH, Henry formerly engineer Cox Creek but now licensed victualler Nairne 1876 Memorial 228/289

HEWISH, Henry formerly of Gumeracha but then of Norwood, died 11/4/1877 Memorial 54/417

HEWISH, Henry gentleman Norwood, died 11/4/1877. Estate worth £100. He left his estate to his wife, Mary Hewish, for life or during her widowhood, then to be sold and shared out to the children in equal shares. Mary Hewish widow of Henry Hewish engineer, died 25/9/1889 Elizabeth St Norwood, of pulmonary congestion and cardiac disease, aged 66 Application 25971

No 2

HEWISH, Henry engineman Edwardstown. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1915 Grant Book 2 Page 34 County Adelaide

HEWISH, Joseph farmer Snowtown 1884 Memorial 212/360

No 1 - likely to be the same person

HEWISH, William engineer Gumeracha 1855 Memorial 137/92

HEWISH, William blacksmith Bagot Well 1880[-1883] Memorial 70/321, Application 19568

No 1

HEWISON, George accountant Pt Adelaide 1857 Memorial 215/118

HEWISON, George merchant formerly of Pt Adelaide but now of Newcastle NSW 1871 Memorial 151/253

HEWISON, George merchant Newcastle NSW, power of attorney to Thomas FLETT gentleman Queenstown, to sell certain land and houses to which he has become entitled in Queenstown 25/1/1871 Deposit 65/1871

HEWISON, George gentleman formerly of Pt Adelaide 1866 but now of Newcastle NSW 1877 Application 15958

No 1 - likely to be the same person

HEWITSON, T clerk to Messrs KINGSTON & Kingston solicitors Adelaide 1880 Application 28447

HEWITSON, T of Quorn 1887 Memorial 99/385

HEWITSON, T solicitor Adelaide (Pirie St) 1889 Memorial 98/399

HEWITSON, T solicitor Adelaide (Royal Exchange) 1892 Memorial 120/414

HEWITSON, Thomas solicitor Adelaide (Waymouth St) 1896 Memorial 224/428

HEWITT, AE mason linked wirth Robert Henry Hewitt builder both of Blackwood 1908 Memorial 206/459

No 1

HEWITT, Augustine Ignatius Thomas gentleman Adelaide linked with Patrick Hewitt the Elder farmer Penfield. MF Hewitt of Penfield a member of this family 1890 Memorial 11/403

HEWITT, Augustine Ignatius Thomas gentleman Adelaide, about to travel in parts beyond the seas, power of attorney to Frederick William BULLOCK and James Viner SMITH land agents Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 26/3/1890 Deposit 25/1890

HEWITT, Augustine Ignatius Thomas gentleman Highfield Glen Osmond 1899 Memorial 119/437

HEWITT, C Austin articled law clerk Adelaide 1924 Memorial 47/492

HEWITT, Charles butcher Magill 1881 Memorial 172/336

HEWITT, DJ builder Clarendon 1881 Memorial 1/329

HEWITT, Edward storekeeper and baker Kensington 1852[-1854] Memorial 92/46

HEWITT, Ellen died 4/2/1883. People associated with her estate included: John Augustine Hewitt gentleman Norwood, Lawrence JP Esquire Virginia and Parick Hewitt farmer Enfield Memorial 133/348

HEWITT, Ethelbert Hebert butcher and baker Pt Pirie 1874 Memorial 118/277

HEWITT, Henry labourer Adelaide 1846 Memorial 164/7

HEWITT, Jesse labourer Thompson Road WA. His wife, Mary Hewitt, died 2/2/1914. Mrs Hewitt owned land in Woodville Memorial 130/470

No 1

HEWITT, John labourer Millbrook 1857 Memorial 295/121

No 2

HEWITT, John and Richard labourers Virginia 1877 Memorial 60/297

No 3

HEWITT, John mariner Glenelg 1879 Memorial 177/313

HEWITT, John Augustine gentleman Norwood 1881[-1888] Memorial 56/336, Application 21395

No 1

HEWITT, John Augustus farmer Penfield about to marry Elizabeth CHAPMAN widow Adelaide. She owned land in Baltonsborough, England, which became part of a marriage settlement 1868 Memorial 213/228

HEWITT, John Augustus gentleman Adelaide 1877 Application 15826

HEWITT, John Edward grocer Hindmarsh married Elizabeth Grist BESLEY dressmaker Adelaide on 20/9/1913 Hindmarsh Congregational Chapel. Witnesses; Myrtle I OPIE of Norwood and S Hewitt builder Mile End Memorial 178/498

HEWITT, Joseph musician Adelaide 1852 Memorial 254/45

No 1

HEWITT, Michael yeoman Adelaide 1844 Memorial 7/4 Farmer Co Adelaide 1847 Memorial 485/8 Farmer Para Plains 1850[-1853] Memorial 100/22 Farmer Willey Groves Gawler Plains 1851 Memorial 435/30. Husband of Ellen Hewitt 1851 Memorial 366/33

HEWITT, Michael farmer Para Plains 1852[-1855] Memorial 334/40

HEWITT, Michael farmer Gawler Plains 1855 Memorial 82/107

HEWITT, Michael farmer Gawler Plains and Ellen Hewitt his wife 1857 Memorial 279/113

HEWITT, Michael farmer Peachey Belt Hundred of Grace land grant 1857 Grant Book 27 Page 51 County Gawler

HEWITT, Michael farmer Peachey Belt 1871 Application 11707

HEWITT, Michael farmer Peachey Belt 1875 Memorial 235/281

HEWITT, Michael gentleman Norwood and Ellen Hewitt his wife, linked with John Augustus gentleman Norwood, Lawrence Hewitt JP Esquire of Virginia and Patrick Hewitt farmer Penfield 1878 Memorial 176/306

HEWITT, Michael formerly farmer Para Plains 1849 now gentleman Norwood 1878. Links with Patrick Hewitt farmer Penfield. Lawrence Hewitt JP no address also mentioned Application 16572.

HEWITT, Ellen widow Queen St, Norwood (relict of the late Michael Hewitt), died 4/2/1883 of diarrhoea, aged 77 Application 20560

No 1

HEWITT, Patrick the Elder farmer Penfield 1890 Memorial 4/402

HEWITT, Patrick the Elder farmer Penfield Hundred of Pirie land grant 1896 Grant Book 60 Page 301 County Victoria

HEWITT, W clerk Magill 1904 Memorial 103/502

No 1

HEWLETT, Charles of Maidstone 1859 Memorial 57/159

HEWLETT, Charles butcher Maidstone 1863 Application 4384

HEWLETT, Henry officer of the Park Lands Adelaide, mortgage of his household goods in his home on the Park Lands to William GREEN storekeeper Hindley St, Adelaide for £19/10/- 1842 Memorial 427/1

No 1

HEWLETT, Josh clerk Pewsey Vale near Lyndoch Valley 1868[- 1878] Memorial 47/232

HEWLETT, Joseph clerk Pewsey Vale Co Adelaide. Laura (Hundred of Booyoolie) township allotment land grant 1873 Grant Book 60 Page 454 County Victoria

HEWLETT, Joseph Inglis bookkeeper Pewsey Vale and Anne Hewlett his wife 1875 Application 14361

No 1

HEWLETT, William Esquire Adelaide, late RN Lieutenant 1852 Memorial 262/41.

HEWLETT, William Lieutenant in HM Royal Navy 1853 Memorial 151/61

HEWLETT, William Lieutenant in the Royal Navy Queenstown 1855 Memorial 117/80

HEWLETT, William formerly a Lieutenant in the RN but now of Adelaide 1856 Memorial 405/95

HEWLETT, William formerly Lieutenant Bengal Navy but now of Adelaide 1856 Memorial 290/107

HEWLETT, William Lieutenant in the Royal Navy Queenstown 1867 Memorial 8/227

HEWLETT, William Esquire Commander RN Pt Adelaide 1867 Application 8143

HEWLETT, William Officer in the RN Queenstown, about to leave the province, power of attorney to Thomas Fergus MCCOULL, Secretary to the Moonta Mining Co, to manage his SA business affairs 11/12/1867 Deposit 47/1868

HEWLETT, William Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now of parts beyond the sea 1872 Application 11876

HEWLETT, William Esquire Lieutenant in HM Royal Navy North Adelaide, made his will 2/9/1850. He left his estate to his wife, Keturah Hewlett. W Hewlett Commander RN Retired List died 9/3/1873 1 Albert Tce, Saltash, Cornwall, England, of 14 day paralytic seizure, aged 78. Charlotte Amanda GODBEER of Slade Park Cottage, Saltash, present at the death, registered the event. Mrs Hewlett received £7/7/2 from the Naval authorities as the residue of her husband's retired pay. She appointed local attorneys, Thomas Fergus and George MCCOULL, to sell her late husband's Section 3326 Hundred of Noarlunga - to Septimus Verinder PIZEY agent Adelaide in 1874. Tenant Mary WALTERS occupied the land at that time. Hewlett had bought the property as a land grant in 1852, when he lived in North Adelaide. Mrs Hewlett kept 11 allotments he had bought in the township of Wakefield in 1852 Application 13365/66

HEWLETT, Keturah widow Saltash, Cornwall, England 1874 relict of the late William Hewlett Lieutenant in the Royal Navy Adelaide Application 13367

HEWSBY, Richard sheep farmer Pinnaroo Station, Wellington on the Murray 1878 Memorial 214/310

No 1

HEWSON, H publican Rhynie 1868 Memorial 209/253

HEWSON, Henry licensed victualler Georgetown Koolunga (Hundred of Koolunga) township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 56 Page 324 County Stanley

No 1 - perhaps mixture of the Elder and the Younger

HEWSTON, James farm servant South Para 1847 Memorial 109/10

HEWSTONE, James farm servant for Alexander William Thorald GRANT sheep farmer South Para 1847 Memorial 109/10

HEWSTON, James farmer South Para 1849 Memorial 491/50

HEWSTON, James farmer South Para. Hundred of Munno Para land grant 1849 Grant Book 1 Page 91 County Adelaide

HEWSTON, James farmer South Para Co Adelaide 1850 Memorial 175/24

HEWSTON, James farmer South Para 1856 Memorial 430/95

HEWSTON, James farmer Munno Para 1853[-1855] Memorial 24/57

HEWSTON, James farmer One Tree Hill 1853[-1878] Memorial 339/55

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

HEWSTON, James farmer formerly of the South Para 1849 but now of near Uley Bury 1865 Application 6216

HEWSTON, James farmer Georgetown 1886[-1888] Memorial 44/375

HEWSTON, James sometimes called James HEWSTONE, farmer formerly of Munno Para but now of Gordon 1888 He could not write Application 21390

HEWSTON, James farmer Gordon 1889 Memorial 236/400

HEWSTON, James farmer Boolcunda 1890 Memorial 237/400

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

HEWSTON, Thomas Charles farmer Kinypanial Vic, died 12/3/1911. Husband of Frances Sophia Hewston Memorial 194/470

HEXTALL, Edward Charles Biggs butcher Auburn 1904 Memorial 154/451

HEWTON, Thomas teamster Jamestown Co Victoria. Hundred of Mannanarie land grant 1879 Grant Book 13 Page 78 County Dalhousie

HEWTON, William farmer Yorke Peninsula. Hundred of Melville land grant 1873 Grant Book 19 Page 66 County Fergusson

HEY, Edward yeoman Brompton 1852 Memorial 35/41

No 1

HEY, Thomas Henry farmer Lochiel. Lochiel (Hundred of Cameron) township allotment land grants 1876 Grant Book 14 Page 447 County Daly

HEY, Thomas Henry farmer Lochiel 1887[-1895] Memorial 215/382

HEY, Thomas Henry farmer Lochiel. Hundred of Cameron land grant 1895 Grant Book 15 Page 31 County Daly

No 1

HEYDECKE, Caroline widow Adelaide, power of attorney to Heinrich Ludwig Christian SCHRADER publican Adelaide, to manage her SA business affairs 11/12/1867 Deposit 88/1871

HEYDECKE, Caroline formerly of Adelaide 1867 but now of parts beyond the sea 1871 Application 11633

No 1

HEYER, Heinrich Zacharias farmer near the Government Farm 1857[-1859] Memorial 82/132

HEYER, Heinrich Zacharias farmer near Crafers 1880 Application 18299

HEYER, Wilhelm Friedrich Karl labourer Murray Bridge Hundred of Mobilong land grant 1898 Grant Book 58 Page 373 County Sturt

HEYLEN, Joseph and Thomas masons Adelaide 1877 Application 16101

No 1 – probably the same person

HEYLEN, Thomas mason Adelaide Hundred of Inkerman land grant 1869 Grant Book 27 Page 120 County Gawler

HEYLEN, Thomas storekeeper Adelaide (King William St) 1887 Memorial 186/224

HEYLEY, James Lawless warehouseman Adelaide 1868 Application 9414

HEYNEMANN, Albert Victor medical practitioner Blyth 1916, born 10/12/1876 Prahran Vic became known as Albert Victor HILLIER. Ethel Elma Hillier his wife also medical practitioner also renounced her professional name of Ethel Elma Heynemann. She was born at Wallaroo Memorials 105 & 113/474

HEYSED, Amy Cecilia spinster formerly of Willunga but now of Adelaide 1931 Memorial 199/504

No 1

HEYSED, Samuel quarryman Willunga 1871 Memorial 120/253

HEYSED, Samuel quarryman Willunga 1896 Application 23096

HEYWARD, A barman Pt Lincoln 1907 Memorial 26/458

No 1

HEYWARD, Charles sheepfarmer Pt Lincoln and Isabella Hayward his wife 1900 Memorial 65/440

HEYWARD, Charles Thomas farmer Round Lake near Sheringa 1905[-1912] Memorial 164/452, Application 26083

HEYWARD, Isabella married woman Round Lake near Sheringa 1911 Memorial 139/465

No 1

HEYWOOD, Eardley Culling stockholder Charlotte Waters Northern Territory of SA 1884 Memorial 55/361

HEYWOOD, Eardley Culling farmer Oladdie 1886 Memorial 205/374

No 1

HEYWOOD, Eardley Thomas Louis Esquire Moorundie 1844 Memorial 3/4

HEYWOOD, Eardley Thomas Louis stockholder Moorundie 1846 Memorial 229/7

HEYWOOD, Eardley Esquire late of the Murray District but then of Adelaide 1847[-1850] Memorial 88/10

HEYWOOD, Eardley Thomas Lewis Esquire Moorunde on the Murray River 1850[-1856] Memorial 248/70

HEYWOOD, Eardley Thomas Louis Esquire Of the Torrens 1851 Memorial 45/33 Stockholder Gawler 1855 Memorial 411/87

HEYWOOD, Eardley Thomas Louis Esquire Floraville near Gawler 1856 Memorial 317/171

HEYWOOD, Eardley Thomas Louis Esquire of the North Para 1856. He owned the Floraville Estate near Gawler which he leased out Memorial 42/105

HEYWOOD, Eardley Thomas Louis Esquire near Gawler 1860 Memorial 239/163

HEYWOOD, Eardley Thomas Louis Esquire Beckwith Gawler 1860 Memorial 257/169

HEYWOOD, Eardley Thomas Louis Esquire formerly of St Bernard's near Magill 1857 but now Portee Murray River 1867 Application 8749

HEYWOOD, Eardley Thomas Louis sheep farmer Portee Murray River 1875 Application 14345.

HEYWOOD, Eardley Thomas Louis sheep farmer Swan Reach held the lease for adjoining sheep stations, Portee and Swan Reach, as well as Bakara Station to the east 1870 Memorial 40/246

HEYWOOD, Eardley Thomas Louis sheep farmer Portee Murray River 1874 [-1877]Memorials 101/272 & 185/304

HEYWOOD, Eardley Thomas Louis Esquire Portee near Blanchetown, died 16/12/1877 Memorial 142/320

HEYWOOD, Eardley Thomas Louis sheep farmer Portee Murray River Special Survey, died c1876. He had carried on his work beside the Murray River for many years previously. John Hannah GORDON of Adelaide acted as his solicitor Application 23455

HEYWOOD, Jane Louisa of Adelaide power of attorney to John Hannah GORDON solicitor Strathalbyn, to manage her SA business affairs 28/5/1880 Deposit 97/1881

HEYWOOD, George farmer Dry Creek 1854 Memorial 115/66

No 1 - perhaps the same person

HEYWOOD, Walter currier Hindmarsh 1864 Memorial 260/198

HEYWOOD, Walter brickmaker Hindmarsh 1866 Memorial 158/211

HEYWOOD, Walter currier Hindmarsh, died 15/3/1874. Husband of Margaret Heywood. Estate worth £150 Memorial 87/273

HEYWOOD, Walter currier Hindmarsh, died 15/3/1874 intestate. Letters of administration to his widow, Margaret Heywood, to finalise the estate. Estate worth £150 Application 22209

HEYWOOD, Margaret widow Hindmarsh 1874 , relict of the late Walter Heywood formerly currier Hindmarsh 1863 Application 13576

HEYWOOD, Walter John retired civil servant 31 Bacon St, Hindmarsh, aged 66 in 1940, declared that he had lived continuously in Bacon St, Hindmarsh, all his life Application 28226

HIATT carrier Hergott Springs Out of Hundreds. Marree (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1894 Grant Book 65 Page 139 County Not named

No 1

HIBBARD, Eric James gardener Murray St, Gawler 1951 Memorial 9/526

HIBBARD, Eric James gardener Murray St, Gawler, aged 61 in 1957, declared that he had lived in the area for 49 years Application 29245

HIBBERT, Amy spinster Hog Bay Kangaroo Island 1880[-1891] Memorials 119/326 & 120/404

HIBBERT, Amy R spinster Payneham 1883 Memorial 109/353

No 1

HIBBERT, Arthur H agent Yankalilla 1864 Memorial 175/200

HIBBERT, Arthur Hill bailiff of the local court Yankalilla 1866 Memorial 92/211

HIBBERT, Lucy A teacher Hog Bay, Kangaroo Island 1881 Memorial 187/331

No 1

HIBBERT, Reuben James of Yankalilla 1855 Memorial 39/80

HIBBERT, Reuben James innkeeper Yankalilla 1856[-1858] Memorial 66/109

HIBBERT, Reuben James licensed victualler Yankalilla 1864 Application 5213

HIBBERT, Reuben James gentleman Yankalilla 1870 Application 11156

HICATT, Edward Joseph customs house messenger Pt Adelaide 1882 Application 19320

No 1

HICK, Hilarius Carl of Mt Torrens 1857 Memorial 142/118

HICK, Hilarius Carl mason Mt Torrens 1858[-1869] Memorial 25/139

HICKENBOTTOM, William splitter The Tiers 1855[-1860] Memorial 85/92

No 1

HICKEY, Denis farmer Troubridge Hundred of Melville land grant 1877 Grant Book 19 Page 80 County Fergusson

HICKEY, Denis gentleman Glen Osmond 1906 Application 25155

No 1

HICKEY, Michael farmer Sturt River 1851[-1876] Memorial 323/36.

HICKEY, Michael farmer The Sturt 1866 Application 7817

HICKEY, Michael the Elder formerly farmer Sturt late Manoora, died 10/12/1893. His only son, Michael Joseph Hickey the Younger farmer Manoora, an old scholar of Christian Brothers College, Adelaide, deposited a bequest of £49 in the bank account of Arthur Albert JOHNSON, the illegitimate son of Adelaide Johnson spinster. Her son, AA Johnson, was born 22/8/1879, and given into the care of the Catholic Orphanage, Norwood, at the age of 2 years. Someone provided the institution with 5/- a week for his upkeep. He left the Orphanage on 19/11/1891, and received the £49 which amounted to 5/- a week between Nov 1891 and August 1895, when he turned 16. It appears that the boy must have broken the law and was admitted into the Reformatory, where a Roman Catholic priest baptised him (confused recording of the date of baptism). Ferdinand Julius SOBELS agent Adelaide, found out the above information. Ann Eliza HEWLETT and her husband, Sydney Hewlett billiard marker Southwark, knew Adelaide Johnson well, as she was a general servant at the Adelaide Club, where the Hewletts also worked, in 1884. On 19/2/1884, the three friends left Adelaide to go to Melbourne and Sydney. The Hewletts returned to Adelaide in August 1884, leaving Adelaide JOHNSON in Sydney, when she was still a single woman Application 22641

HICKEY, Michael of Mt Catherine Kapunda 1859 Application 752

HICKEY, Michael James labourer Armagh near Clare 1936 Memorial 37/510

HICKEY, Miles farmer near Clare 1869 Memorial 204/239

No 1

HICKEY, Patrick dairyman Payneham 1900 Application 24104

No 2

HICKEY, Patrick labourer Armagh near Clare 1905[-1925] Memorial 236/452, Application 27381

HICKLEY, Victor Grant Admiral in HM Royal Navy formerly of Ashcot, but now of Pitminster, Somerset, England and Edmund Ludlow STRANGWAYS Captain in HM Royal Navy Dawlish, Devon, England, trustees under the will of Henry Bull STRANGWAYS Esquire Shapwick, Somerset. Power of attorney to William Charles BELT and William James BELT Esquires Adelaide, to manage the SA property under the will of the said HB Strangways 26/8/1886 Deposit 164/1886

HICKING, Dulcie Hampton married woman Cudmore Ave, Toorak Gardens 1953 Application 28930

HICKLING, Frederick James bank manager Adelaide 1892 Memorial 51/415

HICKMAN, C farmer Ramsay 1885 Memorial 86/364

HICKMAN, Eyers James farmer Pt Vincent trustee Institute Pt Vincent township allotment land grant 1910 Grant Book 19 Page 468 County Fergusson

No 1

HICKMAN, Francis, William and William Henry farmers Upper Sturt 1852 Memorial 203/39

HICKMAN, Francis farmer Clarendon. Hundred of Kuitpo land grant 1862[-1865] Grant Book 2 Page 90 County Adelaide

HICKMAN, Francis farmer Clarendon 1866 Application 7671

HICKMAN, Francis farmer Salt Creek Hundred of Dalrymple land grant 1879[-1882] Grant Book 19 Page 139 County Fergusson

HICKMAN, Francis of Curramulka 1882 Memorial 69/345

HICKMAN, Francis of the Hundred of Ramsay linked with Charles Hickman no description 1884 Memorial 113/359

HICKMAN, Francis farmer Stansbury linked with Frederick Hickman farmer Hundred of Ramsay 1885 Memorial 125/366

HICKMAN, Francis farmer Stansbury 1895[-1900] Memorial 231/424

No 1

HICKMAN, Richard Hebert farmer Curramulka Hundred of Curramulka land grant 1881 Grant Book 19 Page 434 County Fergusson

HICKMAN, Richard Herbert farmer Curramulka 1884 Memorial 10/362

No 1

HICKMAN, William of Adelaide owned land at Dry Creek 1842 Application 13598

HICKMAN, William carpenter Adelaide 1845 Application 13598

HICKMAN, William quarryman Mitcham and Emma Fortitude Hickman his wife formerly Emma Fortitude FRANCIS widow 1859[-1860] Memorial 256/158

HICKMAN, William labourer Mitcham and Emma Fortitude Hickman his wife 1862 Memorial 263/184

HICKMAN, William of Mitcham, and Emma Fortitude Hickman his wife, formerly Emma Fortitude FRANCIS widow 1862 Application 3010

No 2

HICKMAN, William the Elder farmer Clarendon 1857 Memorial 345/116

HICKMAN, William farmer Upper Clarendon 1858 Application 52

HICKMAN, William farmer Clarendon 1859 Application 916

HICKMAN, William farmer near Clarendon, died 1871. He left his entire estate to his wife, Sarah Hickman Memorial 60/253

HICKMAN, Sarah widow Clarendon 1872 relict of the late William Hickman Application 11916

HICKMAN, William Henry farmer Rapid Bay Hundred of Melville land grant 1876 Grant Book 19 Page 77 County Fergusson

No 1 – the Elder

HICKMER, Henry gentleman Glen Osmond Mt Gambier township allotment land grant 1861 Grant Book 29 Page 205 County Grey

HICKMER, Henry storekeeper Pt Lincoln 1868 Memorial 6/237

No 2 – the Younger

HICKMER, Henry the Younger gentleman Adelaide 1890, turned 21 on 26/1/1863, when he inherited £1,000 from the estate of the late Robert Roland LEAKE Esquire Frontier House. Naomi Hickmer spinster Hamilton Borough, Co Dundas Vic had died c1883. Sister to Henry Hickmer who gave his address as Hamilton Vic at that time Memorials 50 & 51/406

HICKMER, Naomi spinster Glen Osmond Mt Gambier township allotment land grant 1861 Grant Book 29 Page 206 County Grey

No 1 - likely to be the same person

HICKMOTT, Henry brickmaker Littlehampton 1853 Memorial 329/48

HICKMOTT, Henry farmer the Meadows 1853 Memorial 340/56

No 1

HICKOX, George dealer Adelaide 1842[-1843] Memorial 454/50 Lemon cordial maker Enfield 1849[-1850] Memorials 283/18 & 24/27 Storekeeper Enfield 1850 Memorial 369/25

HICKOX, George dealer Enfield 1851[-1852] Memorial 379/36 cordial manufacturer formerly of Enfield but now of Adelaide 1851 Memorial 381/36

HICKOX, George cordials manufacturer Adelaide and Helen Hickox his wife 1852[-1857] Memorial 15/43

HICKOX, George dealer Adelaide 1853[-1858] Memorial 282/52

HICKOX, George fruiterer Adelaide (Hindley St) 1856 Memorial 44/98

HICKS, Charles farmer Upper Wakefield 1868 Memorial 189/230

No 1

HICKS, George miner Callington 1864 Memorial 198/194

No 2

HICKS, George farmer Upper Wakefield 1872 Memorial 11/261

HICKS, Charlotte widow Laura [Mrs George Hicks nee Charlotte RAYNER], had died by 1899 intestate. Letters of administration to William Mantel Hicks farmer Laura Grant Book 60 Page 94 County Victoria

No 3

HICKS, George farmer Moonta, had died by 1899. Adminstratrix - Susannah Hicks widow near Moonta Grant Book 14 Page 93 County Daly

No 4

HICKS, George farmer Cherry Gardens 1913 Application 26266

No 1 - probably the same person

HICKS, George Edward farmer near Penfield 1861 Application 2540

HICKS, George farmer Balaklava trustee Public Cemetery Balaklava Hundred of Balaklava land grant 1871 Grant Book 26 Page 113 County Gawler

HICKS, George Edward farmer Balaklava Hundred of Balaklava land grant 1880 Grant Book 26 Page 114 County Gawler

HICKS, George Edward farmer Balaklava 1882[-1883] Memorial 6/339

HICKS, George Edward farmer Balaklava trustee Institute Balaklava Balaklava township allotment land grant 1883 Grant Book 26 Page 215 County Gawler

HICKS, George Edward farmer Balaklava became a bankrupt in 1883 Memorial 126/352

HICKS, George Edward farmer Kangaroo Island 1884 Memorial 10/356

No 1

HICKS, George Percival gardener Armagh near Clare 1923[-1933] Memorial 28/488, Application 27381

HICKS, George Percival gardener Clare 1931 Memorial 173/504

HICKS, George Percival gardener Armagh, aged 47 in 1949, declared that he had lived in Armagh since 1910 Application 28663

HICKS, Henry labourer Aldinga 1857[-1885] Memorial 333/129

No 1

HICKS, John labourer Steventon 1863 Application 4675

HICKS, John of Tea Tree Gully and Ann Hicks his wife 1879 Memorial 38/316

No 1

HICKS, John farmer near Crafers 1871 Application 11466

HICKS, Joseph shoemaker Adelaide (Gilbert St) 1858 Memorial 166/134

HICKS, Joseph Edmund farmer Moonta 1925 Memorial 32/494

No 1

HICKS, Richard solicitor Adelaide (New Exchange Building) 1850 Memorial 202/21

HICKS, Richard gentleman Adelaide, died 6/6/1865 Application 20911

HICKS, Richard gentleman Netherby Mitcham, died 6/6/1865. His whole estate to his brother-in-law Edward Amand WRIGHT Enrolment 56/51

HICKS, Richard died c1865. He left his entire estate to his brother-in-law, Edward Amand WRIGHT who acted as the executor for the estate Memorial 341/203

HICKS, Richard died 6/6/1865. By 1895, his widow, Amelia Augusta Hicks nee WRIGHT, had returned to England to live at 34 Mount Park Road, Ealing, Middlesex. Mother of Eleanor Lucy Hicks, Charlotte Louisa Hicks, Frances Amelia Hicks and Mary Hicks [Likely to be other children as well] The family did legal business through Messrs Hicks & Son solicitors Gray's Inn Memorial 56/428

HICKS, Amelia Augusta widow Glenelg 1867 Memorial 24/220

HICKS, Amelia Augusta widow Glenelg [relict of Richard Hicks] Hundred of Dublin land grant 1880 Grant Book 26 Page 345 County Gawler

No 1

HICKS, RL of Glenelg 1874 Memorial 179/274

HICKS, Richard Leonard farmer Grace Plains Hundred of Dublin land grant 1879 Grant Book 26 Page 344 County Gawler

No 1

HICKS, Stephen storekeeper Watervale 1861 Memorial 103/179

HICKS, Stephen storekeeper Leasingham 1863[-1877] Memorial 94/187, Application 26905

HICKS, Stephen postmaster Leasingham 1864 Memorial 285/197

HICKS, Stephen farmer Leasingham 1872 Memorial 17/258

HICKS, Stephen storekeeper Leasingham 1877 Memorial 104/309

No 1

HICKS, Thomas cabinetmaker Brompton 1857 Memorial 63/121

HICKS, Thomas cabinetmaker formerly of Brompton but now of Pt Adelaide 1865 Memorial 72/203

HICKS, Thomas farmer Pt Adelaide 1888 Memorial 23/391

No 2

HICKS, Thomas gentleman Moonta Mines. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1873 Grant Book 14 Page 81 County Daly

No 3

HICKS, Thomas labourer Greenock and Sarah Rachel Hicks his wife 1891 Memorial 91/410

HICKS, Thomas labourer formerly of Greenock but now of Pulsford Road, Prospect and Sarah Rachel Hicks his wife 1904 Application 24431

No 1

HICKS, Thomas Alfred draughtsman Goodwood West. Happy Valley Bible Christian Chapel trustee 1889 Memorial 6/401

HICKS, Thomas Alfred formerly draughtsman Goodwood West but now engineer Crystal Brook 1893 Memorial 215/421

HICKS, Walter of Franklin Harbour 1885 Memorial 200/364

No 1

HICKS, William harnessmaker Adelaide 1849 Memorial 251/18

HICKS, William saddler Adelaide 1854 Memorial 1/68

HICKS, William formerly saddler Adelaide 1854 but now farmer Gumeracha 1866 Application 7280

HICKS, William saddler formerly of Adelaide 1855 but now of Gumeracha 1871 Application 11382

No 2 - possibly the same person

HICKS, William of North-West Bend Murray River 1859 Memorial 88/160

HICKS, William accountant Murray River 1864 Memorial 160/199

No 3

HICKS, William waterman 1854 Application 16987

HICKS, William boatman Portland Estate 1862 Memorial 13/183

HICKS, William formerly waterman 1854 now carrier Pt Adelaide 1878 Application 16987

HICKS, William formerly boatman 1872 but now carter Pt Adelaide 1878 Application 16616

No 4

HICKS, William JP out of business Gumeracha 1875[-1876] Memorial 74/285

No 5

HICKS, William of Vine Cottage, Sturt St, Adelaide and Jane Hicks his wife linked with Robert O Fox butcher Sturt St, Adelaide 1878 Memorial 246/305

HICKS, Jane widow Vine Cottage, Sturt St, Adelaide 1880[-1881] Memorial 108/323

No 6

HICKS, William and Richard James Hicks butchers both of Mt Torrens 1917 Memorial 47/476

HICKS, William John miner Richmond. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1912 Grant Book 2 Page 22 County Adelaide

HICKS, William Mantel farmer Leasingham Co Stanley. Hundred of Caltowie land grant 1879 Grant Book 60 Page 188 County Victoria

HICKSON, John clerk Pt Pirie 1887 Memorial 160/383

No 1

HIDDLE, Arthur Barwise draper Kooringa 1900[-1907] Memorial 29/442

HIDDLE, Arthur Barwise formerly draper Kooringa, but now out of business Brisbane Qld 1928, trustee of the Kooringa Freemasons' Lodge Application 27647

No 1

HIDE, Thomas general dealer Adelaide 1851 Memorial 304/36

HIDE, Thomas general dealer Adelaide (King William St) 1852 Memorial 76/39

HIDE, Thomas gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now of parts beyond the seas 1855 Memorial 458/86

No 1

HIEATT, Edward Joseph shipwright Alberton 1857 Memorial 243/130

HIEATT, Edward Joseph storeman Alberton 1866 Application 7176

HIEATT, Edward Joseph customs house officer Pt Adelaide 1882 Memorial 111/343

No 1

HIERN, Grace Roberts widow Gumeracha 1856 Memorial 217/102

HIERN, Grace Roberts widow Adelaide 1854 Memorial 203/70

No 1

HIERN, James stockholder Parata 1881 Memorial 236/328

HIERN, James and Philip HIERN stockowner Mt Fincke, power of attorney to Edward Burney YOUNG Esquire Adelaide, to manage our business affairs ‘which relate to the management and conduct of our interest in our sheep stations and runs and other our pastoral property and stock’ 20/11/1882 Deposit 134/1884

No 1

HIERN, Philip of Pt Augusta 1876 Memorial 169/296

HIERN, Philip overseer Mt Eba 1886 Memorial 142/380

HIERN, William Philip of Barnstaple, Devon, England owned land in Pt Augusta 1920 Application 26936

HIGGINBOTHAM, Oswald stationer Payneham 1890 Application 21888

HIGGINS, Amelia spinster Adelaide 1854 Memorial 95/74

HIGGINS, Arthur Frederick contractor Gawler 1944 Memorial 190/517

No 1

HIGGINS, Charles grocer Adelaide 1852[-1857] Memorial 475/43

No 2

HIGGINS, Charles Secretary to the Adelaide and Provincial Building Society Adelaide 1860[-1861] Memorial 272/170

No 3

HIGGINS, Charles carpenter Finchley 1896 Application 23255

HIGGINS, Charles carpenter Finchley 1897 Memorial 37/431

HIGGINS, Daniel butcher Mitcham 1852[-1853] Memorial 142/55

No 1

HIGGINS, Edgar Ray grocer's assistant Gawler South 1903 Memorial 232/449

HIGGINS, Edgar Ray labourer Gawler South, died 7/2/ 1951. Father of Thomas Charles Higgins. Grandfather of Donald Brian Higgins Memorial 8/526

HIGGINS, Francis Martin farmer Morphett Vale JP, aged 63 in 1939. He was a member for the Noarlunga District Council in the early 1930s Application 28236

HIGGINS, George Emberton gardener Paradise 1905 Memorial 32/454

HIGGINS, Henry postmaster Wallaroo Hundred of Encounter Bay land grant 1892 Grant Book 36 Page 91 County Hindmarsh

HIGGINS, Henry Albert baker Milang 1927 Memorial 172/497

No 1

HIGGINS, Henry Hale station overseer Farina 1882 Memorial 90/346

HIGGINS, Henry Hale 36 station overseer Norwood (Father: Daniel Higgins) married Emma ROBERTS 36 widow Norwood (Father: George Henry PERRY) on 25/11/1882 bride’s residence Edward St, Norwood. Minister: Henry J LAMBERT. Witnesses: Joseph ERRINGTON painter Adelaide; Katie Roberts of Norwood Application 21503

HIGGINS, Henry Hale of Chandada Station near Pt Lincoln and Emma Higgins his wife formerly Emma ROBERTS 1888 Application 21503

HIGGINS, Hugh William Desmond sheepfarmer Currency Creek, died 5/6/1937. Wife and children mentioned but not named Memorial 26/530

No 1

HIGGINS, James labourer Adelaide. Hundred of Waterloo land grant 1853 Memorial 290/116

No 2 – perhaps formerly of Nairne

HIGGINS, James farmer Fords near Kapunda Co Light. Hundred of Caltowie land grant 1879 Grant Book 60 Page 190 County Victoria

No 3 – perhaps a continuation of No 2

HIGGINS, James farmer Narridy 1881 Memorial 233/330

HIGGINS, James farmer Narridy. Hundred of Narridy land grant 1881 Grant Book 60 Page 259 County Victoria

HIGGINS, James farmer Georgetown 1880[-1884] Memorial 194/338

HIGGINS, James Stuart farmer Gumbowie. Lancelot (Hundred of Gumbowie) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 40 Page 64 County Kimberley

No 1

HIGGINS, John of Nairne 1854 Hundred of Light land purchase Memorial 265/67

HIGGINS, John farmer [formerly of Nairne but now of the] Light River 1858 Memorial 266/142

HIGGINS, John farmer Kapunda 1864 Memorial 100/195

HIGGINS, John farmer formerly of Kapunda 1864 but now of Bagot Gap 1876 Application 15500

No 2 - not clear whether a continuation of No 1 or another person

HIGGINS, John farmer Nairne. Son of Michael Higgins farmer near Nairne 1860[-1861]. Memorial 123/170

No 3

HIGGINS, John Clerk to the District Council of Encounter Bay 1859 Memorial 69/151

HIGGINS, John Clerk of the District Council of Encounter Bay died 9/7/1878. Estate worth £1,700. Husband of Ellen Higgins. His stepson William Webster MORGAN to receive £50. J Higgins left land in Yilki Town to his sons Henry Higgins telegraph operator Adelaide and Richard Higgins telegraph operator Pt Augusta 1885 Application 20692

No 4 FIND CHECK RUN

HIGGINS, John labourer Georgetown. Hundred of Caltowie land grant 1880 Grant Book 60 Page 191 County Victoria

HIGGINS, John farmer Hundred of Yangya 1888 Memorial 92/390

HIGGINS, John farmer Gladstone 1897[-1907] Memorial 103/430

No 6

HIGGINS, John upholsterer Pridmore Road, Glen Osmond 1952 Memorial 140/527

No 1 - probably the same person

HIGGINS, Michael of Little Dublin near Mt Barker 1848 Memorial 27/11

HIGGINS, Michael farmer near Nairne made over his farm land to his sons, John and James Higgins farmers near Nairne, with the right for life to live with them in 'the dwelling house and homestead' in exchange for 10/- a week 1860 Memorial 123/170

HIGGINS, Michael farmer Bald Hills near Nairne 1861 Memorial 37/177

No 1

HIGGINS, Patrick labourer Morphett Vale 1842[-1854] Application 16479

HIGGINS, Patrick farmer Morphett Vale, died January 1856. His wife, Ellen Higgins, to have the income from the estate until all the children became of age and then she had £50 a year, provided that she remained a widow. Sons - Thomas Patrick Higgins, John Joseph Higgins and Patrick Joseph Higgins. Daughters - Mary Teresa Higgins, Rose Anne Higgins, Margaret Mary HILL wife of Harry Hill storeman Adelaide, and Teresa Higgins [likely to have been born afer her father died] 1891 Application 22061

No 1

HIGGINS, Richard postmaster Minlaton Hundred of Encounter Bay land grant 1892 Grant Book 36 Page 91 County Hindmarsh

HIGGINS, Richard telegraph master Minlation 1893 Application 22480

HIGGINS, Robert farmer Encounter Bay 1847[-1858] [Perhaps settled in Cowandillah when he first arrived in SA] Memorial 500/9

No 1

HIGGINS, Samuel labourer Adelaide 1845 Memorial 193/5

HIGGINS, Samuel malster Adelaide 1849[-1853] Memorial 438/15

HIGGINS, Samuel labourer formerly of Adelaide but now of North Adelaide 1854 Memorial 10/74

HIGGINS, Samuel maltster North Adelaide 1854 Memorial 123/74

No 1

HIGGINS, Theodore Edwin farmer Morphett Vale 1922 Application 27067

HIGGINS, Theodore Edwin farmer Morphett Vale linked with Ella Higgins widow Morphett Vale 1922 Memorial 190/484

HIGGINS, Theodore E farmer Morphett Vale linked with Annie May Higgins home duties no further description 1935 Memorial 109/523

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

HIGGINS, Thomas farmer Gawler River 1848[-1854] Memorial 429/10

HIGGINS, Thomas labourer formerly of Adelaide but now of Gawler River 1853 Memorial 342/48

HIGGINS, Thomas yeoman Shell Farm Gawler River 1855 Memorial 158/81

HIGGINS, Thomas the Elder farmer Shell Farm Gawler River, died 20/6/1866. His widow, Mary Higgins, died not stated. Bequest to Mary Ann MCPHERSON by 1929, a widow at Yongala [Relict of the late Robert McPherson formerly farmer Yongola now deceased]. Her family included - Laura Leslie BOWHEY married woman Modbury; Isabella Mary SMITH married woman Magill; Robert Henry McPherson farmer Yongala; Alice Maud JONES married woman Peterborough; Norman McPherson farmer Yongala; Edith Mary Anne SMALLACOMBE married woman Joslin; Peter McPherson civil servant Dulwich; Herbert John McPherson commission agent Gulnare Memorials 78/245 & 55/502

HIGGINS, Thomas farmer Shell Farm Gawler River, died 20/6/1866. His estate worth £1,600. Husband of Mary Higgins Application 27924

HIGGINS, Thomas farmer Shell Farm Gawler River, died 1866. He left his widow, Mary Higgins, an annuity of £15 for life, then to their daughter Edna STUTELY wife of John Stutely farmer Murray Town, for life. After her death, as a widow, on 19/6/1903, from asthenia decubitus, aged 81, her children inherited pt Section 3290 Hundred of Munno Para, which had raised the annuity funds through leases for many years. The rest of her estate Edna Stutely left to her daughter-in-law, Eliza Jane Stutely married woman Murray Town. Edna Stutely could not write. Estate worth £30. Children of Edna Stutely living at the time of her death included - Albert Higgins Asshen Stutely labourer White Cliffs; William Henry Chantler Stutely blocker White Cliffs; Alfred John Stutely labourer Hawker Arkaba North; Caroline Ann Wheadon married woman Yatala; Charles Herbert Stutely labourer Murray Town; Emma Edna WHEADON wife of FC Wheadon farmer Hawker Arkaba North; Edna JENKINS wife of W Jenkins labourer Fullarton; Charlotte COOK wife of Stephen Cook of Bangor. Son Joseph Andrew Stutely labourer Melrose had died 26/1/1901 Pt Pirie intestate, with letters of administration to his wife Lucy Stutely; son Thomas John Stutely greengrocer Melrose, died 2/1/1892 intestate, with letters of administration to his daughter, Elizabeth SUMMERS married woman Melrose. Estate worth £30. Application 24832

HIGGINS, Mary widow Shell Farm Gawler River, died c1874. Bequests of money, personal and real estate (Gawler and Gawler River) to her daughters, Lucinda, wife of James SYMES of the Gawler River, Edna, wife of John STUTELY shoemaker Gawler River, Louisa, wife of Lüder Krüdop farmer Gawler River, Mary Ann MCPHERSON, wife of Robert McPherson farmer Mt Gambier, her granddaughter, Charlotte Stutely, and her sons Henry and Thomas HIGGINS. Trustees and executors: Henry Edward BRIGHT the Elder Esquire Gawler, and John DAWKINS farmer Gawler River Enrolment 55/51

HIGGINS, Thomas formerly the Younger farmer Gawler River, became a bankrupt in 1887 Memorial 16/384

HIGGINS, Thomas the Younger farmer Shell Farm Gawler River and Fanny Higgins his wife. Parents of George Herbert James Higgins farmer Gawler (Parents in turn of Reginald Oswald farmer Gawler River 1922). Other children of Thomas Higgins the Younger included William Thomas Higgins farmer Angle Vale; Frederick Walter Higgins labourer Bordertown; Edgar Ray Higgins and Frank Archibald Higgins labourers Gawler. Florence Daisy MAHONEY wife of Thomas Mahoney labourer Barrett Town and Beatrice Clarice ANEAR married woman Croydon were grandchildren who were alive at the death of Thomas Higgins the Younger Application 27115

No 2 - likely to be the same person

HIGGINS, Thomas shoemaker Encounter Bay 1860 Memorial 116/225

HIGGINS, Thomas bootmaker Pt Victor 1888 Memorial 130/389

HIGGINS, Thomas Powell out of business Nineteenth St, Renmark. Father -in-law of George Algernon GAMMON out of business Nineteenth St, Renmark 1964 Memorial 93/534

No 1

HIGGINS, Thomas Walker stockholder Currency Creek 1848. Memorial 493/10

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

HIGGINS, Thomas Walker stockholder Currency Creek 1860 Application 1401

HIGGINS, Thomas Walker Esquire Higginsbrook Currency Creek 1866 Memorial 108/212

HIGGINS, Thomas Walker stockholder Pt Elliot 1873 Memorial 113/269

HIGGINS, Thomas Walker Esquire formerly of Higginsbrook Currency Creek but now in parts beyond the seas 1885 Memorial 197/363

HIGGINS, Thomas sheep farmer Higginsbrook Currency Creek 1891 Application 22185

HIGGINS, Thomas Walker stockholder Currency Creek 1893 Application 22463

No 1

HIGGINS, Thomas William farmer Burnt Oak Currency Creek 1885 Memorial 41/371

HIGGINS, TW the Younger sheep farmer Currency Creek 1892 Application 22202

HIGGINS, Thomas William farmer Currency Creek 1894 Application 22634

HIGGINS, Thomas William stockholder Burnt Oak Currency Creek 1894 Memorial 187/420

HIGGINS, Thomas William gentleman Burnt Oak Currency Creek 1899 Application 23908

HIGGINS, Thomas William farmer Currency Creek, died 9/8/1915. Husband of Heloise May Higgins.. A daughter, Mabel Janet Celia CAVE nee Higgins 1917 Application 26610

HIGGINS, Thomas William gentleman Currency Creek, died 9/8/1915. Husband of Heloise May Higgins. Parents of Hugh William Desmond Higgins grazier Currency Creek, Mabel Janet Celia CAVE of North Adelaide and Blanche Isobel Mary BORROW married woman Somerton New Glenelg Memorial 87/509

No 1

HIGGINS, Timothy farmer Hundred of Waterloo. His parents, Thomas Higgins and Mary KILGARIFF married at Tuam, Co Galway, Ireland, in c1809. The family consisted of 5 sons and 2 daughters. The eldest son, Timothy Higgins (commonly called Thady Higgins) born c1810, married Mary CULLINAN in 1845 Tuam, Co Galway, Ireland, and shortly afterwards emigrated to SA, together with his brother, James Higgins. Timothy Higgins became a farmer at Waterloo, and died 11/5/1862. James joined the SA police force as a mounted police constable. He died 1/6/1855 intestate, from accidental death from a fall from a horse, aged 40.  Application 15608

HIGGINS, Timothy farmer Hundred of Waterloo 1857 Memorial 324/116

HIGGINS, Timothy farmer Hundred of Waterloo, died 11/5/1862 intestate. Letters of administration to his wife, Mary Higgins, to settle the estate. By 1876, Mrs Higgins lived in Marrabel on the Dirty Light Memorial 64/296

HIGGINS, William Joseph farmer Louth Bay 14 miles from Pt Lincoln 1945, declared that he had been born at Louth Bay on 8/9/1872. He had been a member of the Roman Catholic parish at Pt Lincoln since as far back as he could remember and was confirmed there in 1882. Pt section 11 Hundred of Lincoln next to the church had been used between 1882-1926 by Frs PHELEN, JORGENSEN and KELLY for keepking horses and growing hay for them. In 1926, a presbytery was built there for the priest to live in and the rest of the land became a playground for the pupils of the adjacent parish school Application 28424

No 1

HIGGINS, William Thomas farmer Gawler Belt linked with Fanny Higgins spinster Gawler 1911 Memorial 40/465

HIGGINS, William Thomas farmer Angle Vale, died 3/9/1921 Gawler intestate. Husband of Frances Ellen Higgins. Estate worth £500 Memorial 43/484

HIGGINS, William Thomas farmer Angle Vale, died 3/9/1921 near Gawler intestate. Husband of Frances Ellen Higgins. His estate valued at £500 Application 27115

HIGGINS, WT family of Angle Vale as of 1922 - Frances Ellen Higgins widow Angle Vale. Children - Reginald Oswald Higgins, Edgar Ray Higgins labourer Gawler, Frank Archibald Higgins labourer Nuriootpa, George Herbert James Higgins farmer Gawler Florence Daisy MAHONEY wife of Thomas Mahoney labourer Bassett Town and Beatrice Clarice ANEAR married woman Croydon Memorial 76/488

HIGGINSON, Henry gentleman North Adelaide 1851 Memorial 470/29

HIGGINSON, Thomas farmer Mt Torrens 1887 Application 21309

HIGGINSON, William farmer Coomooroo 1887 Memorial 136/388

HIGGS, Edward farmer Mt Templeton. Hundred of Goyder land grant 1874 Grant Book 56 Page 408 County Stanley

HIGGS, George farmer Mt Templeton. Hundred of Goyder land grant 1881 Grant Book 56 Page 412 County Stanley

No 1

HIGGS, John labourer Hindmarsh 1851[-1856] Memorial 35/35

HIGGS, John dairyman Kilkenny 1855 Memorial 329/93

HIGGS, John dairyman Kilkenney 1855 Enrolment 96/38

HIGGS, John formerly dairyman Kilkenny but now farmer Hundred of Light Co Light 1859 Memorial 145/150

HIGGS, John farmer The Light. Hundred of Light land grant 1861 Grant Book 44 Page 196 County Light

HIGGS, John farmer near Freeling Co Light. Hundred of Stow land grant 1869[-1872] Grant Book 56 Page 443 County Stanley

HIGGS, John farmer Section 93 Hundred of Light, died 8/10/1889. Husband of Elizabeth Higgs formerly ROLFE. Infant children included: James Rolfe Higgs, Edward Higgs, William Henry Higgs, George Higgs, Sophia Higgs, Maria Jane Higgs, Eliza Anne Higgs, Elizabeth Higgs, Annie Higgs, Ellen Higgs and Alfred Higgs Memorial 148/400

HIGGS, John farmer formerly of Mitcham, Surrey, England late farmer Section 93 Hundred of Light, died 8/10/1889. Elizabeth Higgs, widow of John Higgs, died 18/2/1902 Freeling. John Higgs left his £1,300 estate to be divided equally amongst his wife, Elizabeth Higgs, and his children - James Rolfe Higgs, Edward Higgs, William Henry Higgs, George Higgs, Sophia Higgs, Maria Jane Higgs, Eliza Anne Higgs, Elizabeth Higgs, Annie Higgs, Ellen Higgs and Alfred Higgs. Edward Higgs farmer Freeling, executor of the will 1902 Application 24365

No 1 - perhaps the same person

HIGGS, Jonathan blacksmith Adelaide 1847[-1855] Memorial 142/8

HIGGS, Jonathan gentleman Adelaide (Norman St) 1879 Memorial 225/314

HIGGS, Jonathan gentleman Norman St, Adelaide, power of attorney to John Harding SQUIRE storeman Carrington St, Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 29/3/1879 Deposit 234/1882

HIGGS, William Henry farmer Mt Templeton 1889[-1893] Memorial 114/399

HIGHDALE, George labourer Adelaide 1851 Memorial 161/38

No 1

HIGHET, George farmer Brighton 1849 Memorial 279/15

HIGHET, George gentleman Brighton 1881 Application 18145

No 1 - perhaps the Elder

HIGHET, George William farmer Brighton 1850[-1854] Memorial 428/26

HIGHET, George William carpenter Brighton 1867. Loyal Brighton Oddfellows Lodge member Application 8338

HIGHET, George William builder Brighton 1885 Application 20600

No 2 - perhaps the Younger

HIGHET, George William carpenter Hindmarsh Island 1859 Memorial 151/151

No 1

HIGHET, Henry publican Brighton 1847[-1848 ]Memorial 118/8 Farmer Brighton 1850 Memorial 428/26 Publican Brighton 1854 Memorial 325/68

HIGHET, Henry farmer Brighton 1854[-1855] Linked with William Highet carpenter Brighton Memorial 169/77

HIGHET, Henry farmer Hindmarsh Island 1857[-1858] Memorial 111/122

HIGHET, John carpenter Brighton 1913 Application 26231

HIGHET, Thomas Pickthorne farmer Hindmarsh Island 1861 Memorial 344/174

HIGHETT, Frederick Cyril labourer Kooringa 1920 Application 26926

HIGHLAND, Miriam Louisa widow Goolwa 1857[-1860] Memorial 337/114

No 1

HIGHLAND, Thomas labourer Adelaide 1846 Memorial 466/5

HIGHLAND, Thomas warehouseman Adelaide 1846 Memorial 210/6

HIGHLAND, Thomas licensed victualler North Adelaide 1853 Memorial 49/60

HIGHLAND, Thomas butcher Goolwa 1853[-1854] Memorial 24/60

HIGHLAND, Thomas farmer Goolwa 1855 Memorial 257/80

HIGHLAND, Thomas butcher Adelaide 1865 Memorial 276/205

HIGHLAND, Thomas formerly butcher 1854 late farmer Goolwa, had died by 1864. George Highland butcher Goolwa was his heir at law Application 5662

HIGHLAND, Thomas full age bachelor Chapel St Islington Middlesex, England (Father; Thomas Highland cotton wick maker) married Miriam Louisa STANIFORD full age spinster Queen’s Row Islington (Father James Staniford pewterer), on 14/4/1839 at the Islington parish church. Witnesses James Highland and Elizabeth BARNARD. The family emigrated to SA. Thomas Highland groom at Mr James’s Kermode St, North Adelaide 1843; Labourer Adelaide 1845; Butcher Kermode St, North Adelaide 1848; Licensed victualler O’Connell St North Adelaide 1851. Thomas Highland farmer Goolwa, died 2/4/1854 Goolwa intestate. His son George Highland butcher Goolwa inherited as heir at law. Mrs Thomas Highland nee Miriam Louisa Staniford, had a sister called Eliza FIELD wife of Samuel Field gentleman Bowden. Highland Family - George Edward Highland born 15/7/1843 North Adelaide; Sarah Highland born 18/6/1845; William Highland born 18/1/1848 North Adelaide died 17/3/1848 North Adelaide, of dysentery, aged 2 months; Charles John Highland born 2/5/1849 North Adelaide died Dec 1858 Goolwa, from drowning, aged 10 years; Louisa Miriam Highland born 18/5/1851 North Adelaide. Application 5662

HILAND, William Patrick gardener Seacombe 1853[-1855] Memorial 87/61 Gardener formerly of Seacombe but now of Section 259 Hundred of Noarlunga 1854[-1858] Memorial 275/77

HILBIG, Johann Gottlieb farmer near Kapunda Hundred of Kilkerran land grant 1884 Grant Book 19 Page 170a County Fergusson

HILDEBRANDT, Heinrich George farmer Rowlands Flat 1853 Memorial 255/58

No 1

HILDEBRANDT, Walter Alwyn contractor Hamilton on the Light 1928 Application 27730

HILDEBRANDT, Martha married woman Hamilton on the Light 1917 Memorial 189/475

HILDER, Alfred Esquire Adelaide 1851 Memorial 418/30

HILDER, Henry quarryman Tickera. Hundred of Tickera land grant 1908 Grant Book 14 Page 221 County Daly

No 1 - likely to be the same person

HILDER, Herbert carrier Evanston 1853 Memorial 486/56

HILDER, Herbert teamster Auburn 1858 Memorial 49/135

HILDER, Herbert farmer Hyles [Hoyles?] Plains 1858 Memorial 244/146 Farmer Section 2172 Co Stanley 1858 Memorial 159/147

HILDER, Herbert farmer Cradock 1885 Memorial 235/367

HILDER, Herbert Henry farmer Kingswood 1892 Memorial 208/415

HILDITCH, John carter Adelaide 1865 Memorial 244/203

HILE, Hugo Russell shoemaker Gawler 1864 Memorial 293/193

HILE, Thomas carpenter Kensington 1851 Memorial 20/40

No 1

HILES, George farmer and grazier South Para 1849 Memorial 204/16

HILES, George farmer Hundred of Barossa 1855 Memorial 146/91

HILES, George farmer Barossa Survey 1856 Memorial 8/112

HILES, George farmer Barossa. Hundred of Barossa land grant 1857 Grant Book 1 Page 49 County Adelaide

HILES, George farmer Lindfield Barossa. Hundred of Barossa land grant 1858 Grant Book 1 Page 51 County Adelaide

HILES, George farmer Lindfield 1858 Memorial 311/144

HILES, George sheep farmer near Kooringa 1859 Application 1020

HILES, George sheep farmer formerly of the Hundred of Barossa but now of Munjibbie near Kooringa 1860[-1876] Memorial 191/165, Application 15454

HILES, George sheep farmer Munjibbie near Kooringa 1861[-1876] Memorial 42/171

HILES, George of the Hundred of Hallett. Hundred of Hallett land grant 1872 Grant Book 8 Page 92 County Burra

HILES, George stockholder Munjibbie Eastern Plains 1872 Application 12183

HILES, George sheep farmer Munjibbie near Kooringa 1877 Memorial 81/297

HILES, George sheep farmer Munjibbie near Kooringa 1877 Memorial 143/302

HILES, George sheep farmer Petherton House near Hallett 1884[-1887] Memorial 227/362

HILES, George sheep farmer Hallett 1887[-1896] Memorial 60/382

HILES, George sheepfarmer Cartapo, died 15/5/1902. Father of Charlotte Adeline Louisa PEARSE wife of Thomas Pearce stockholder Gum Station. Executors: the testator's brother-in-law John MCKIRDY, William Herbert PHILLIPPS merchant Adelaide, and Thomas GOODE station manager Maylands Memorial 78/446

HILES, Joseph Harris butcher Strathalbyn 1892 Memorial 176/415

No 1 - possibly the same person

HILFERS, George accountant Gawler 1880[-1882] Memorial 24/328

HILFERS, George miller Gawler 1887 Memorial 46/398

HILFERS, George Jonas miller Gawler 1889 Memorial 246/382

No 1 - possibly the same person

HILL, A clerk Adelaide 1886 Memorial 240/379

HILL, A solicitor's clerk Adelaide 1887[-1888] Memorial 54/386 Likely clerk to William BARLOW solicitor Adelaide 1888 Memorial 6/390

HILL, A law clerk Adelaide 1895 Memorial 231/423

HILL, Alf law clerk Adelaide [probably to Richard Chaffey BAKER solicitor Adelaide] 1891[-1892] Memorial 106/409

No 1

HILL, Abraham farmer Langhorne Bridge Co Hindmarsh. Hundred of Booyoolie land grant 1878 Grant Book 60 Page 156 County Victoria

HILL, Abraham farmer Booyoolie, became a bankrupt in 1885 Memorial 210/366

No 1

HILL, Adam carpenter Adelaide (West Tce)1854[-1856] Memorial 60/79

HILL, Adam carpenter Adelaide (Grattan St) 1855[-1859] Memorial 242/80

HILL, Adam gentleman Grattan St, near West Tce, Adelaide, about to depart the province for a time, power of attorney to William Mathews SANDFORD gentleman Adelaide, to manage his SA properties 6/3/1858

Deposit 330/OA

HILL, Adam gentleman Adelaide (Grattan St) 1859 Application 21008

HILL, Adam died 25/9/1866 intestate and a widower. Only surviving children were George James Hill and John Hattersley Hill. JH Hill died 13/5/1876 intestate, leaving his widow Janet Hill survivng him Application 28426

HILL, Albert Charles Baptist Minister of the Gospel Norwood 1931 Application 27834.

No 1

HILL, Alexander labourer Adelaide 1838 Application 22209.

HILL, Alexander brickmaker Bowden 1839[-1842] Application 6704

HILL, Alexander brickmaker Hindmarsh 1842 Memorial 83/17 HILL, Alexander brickmaker Hindmarsh 1842 Application 19029

HILL, Alexander brickmaker Bowden 1843[-1853] Memorial 279/24

HILL, Alexander brickmaker Bowden, had died intestate by 1862, leaving a son called George Hill under the age of 21 as heir at law. Likely the husband of Mary Lydia Hill, who was the administratrix of the deceased estate. A Hill’s business partner, Samuel FIELD, had gone bankrupt in 1862. The partners owned many allotments in Bowden Application 6704

No 1

HILL, Alfred William medical practitioner Adelaide linked with Emma Elizabeth Hill widow Malvern 1908 Memorial 102/459

HILL, Alfred William medical practitioner Adelaide 1928 Memorial 111/501

HILL, Anne Elizabeth spinster Adelaide 1853 Memorial 168/59

HILL, Arthur merchant Adelaide and Alice Hill his wife linked with Roland James Hill merchant Adelaide 1914 Memorial 103/470

HILL, Arthur Henry, James Hill and Rowland James Hill merchants Adelaide (Austral Chambers Currie St) 1894 Memorial 141/421

No 1

HILL, Arthur William clerk to Thomas H HOSIER solicitor Clare 1878[-1879] Memorial 20/509

No 2

HILL, Arthur William and Joseph farmers near Crystal Brook 1899 Memorial 49/438

HILL, Bartholomew Francis of Paris Çreek near Meadows 1905 Memorial 30/453

HILL, Broster solicitor Mt Pleasant 1904 Memorial 187/481

No 1

HILL, BL JP of Hope Valley 1918[-1919] Memorial 143/476

HILL, Burgon Lambert Clerk to the Highercombe District Council 1927 Application 27462

HILL, Burgon Lambert of Hope Valley Secretary to the SA Grand United Order of Oddfellows Friendly Society Hope Valley Lodge, aged 60 in 1939. He declared that he had been born at Hope Valley. He had retired by 1951 Application 28196

No 1

HILL, Charles yeoman Newenham on the Torrens River 1855[-1858] Memorial 290/82

No 2

HILL, Charles engraver Adelaide 1856[-1865] Memorial 109/110

HILL, Charles artist Adelaide 1864 Application 4973

No 3

HILL, Charles labourer East Nairne 1865[-1885] Memorial 103/207

No 4

HILL, Charles butcher Hope Valley 1888[-1908] Memorial 127/389

HILL, Charles out of business Portrush Rd, Knoxville 1909, declared that he had lived for 58 years at Hope Valley as butcher and postmaster, until July 1909 Application 25701

HILL, Charles out of business Knoxville 1919, declared that he had been born at Hope Valley in 1850 and remained there until 1910 except parts of 1870 and 1871. He had belonged to the Highercombe District Council for 29 years, serving as Chairman in his last years of membership, finally retiring in 1910 Application 28196

HILL, Charles JP gentleman formerly of Hope Valley but now of Knoxville 1920, declared that he had lived in Hope Valley for 60 years and belonged to the District Council of Highercombe for 29 years Application 26907

No 5

HILL, Charles labourer formerly of Kooringa but now of Spalding 1947 Memorial 151/521

HILL, Charles George salesman Norwood. Kensington Methodist Church trustee 1929 Memorial 68/501, Application 27732

HILL, Charles Samuel chemist and druggist Adelaide 1882 Memorial 35/339

HILL, Charles West linked with Section 134 Hundred of Boolcunda Co Newcastle 1886 Memorial 9/374

No 1

HILL, Christopher Columbus agent Saddleworth 1887[-1890] Memorial 47/384

HILL, Christopher Columbus wheat buyer Saddleworth 1893 Application 22510

No 1 – perhaps the same person FIND CHECK RUN

HILL, Edward farmer Bundaleer. Hundred of Bundaleer land grant 1873 Grant Book 60 Page 68 County Victoria

HILL, Edward of Black Rock 1879 Memorial 2/319

HILL, Edward sheep farmer The Levels, power of attorney to Christopher Austin MOODY agent Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 21/5/1883 Deposit 214/1885

No 1

HILL, Emanuel Shepherd of West Hindmarsh 1895 Memorial 136/426

HILL, Emanuel Shepherd formerly skin packer West Hindmarsh but now dairyman Gray Ave, New Hindmarsh, Thomas Shepherd Heber Urbane Hill formerly of West Hindmarsh but now carrier Grange Road, Welland and Robert Shepherd Joshua Isaiah Ethelbert Hill formerly of West Hindmarsh but now farmer Willunga 1929 Memorial 131/503

HILL, Frank Albert butcher Owen 1917 Application 26574

HILL, Francis Alfred farmer Alford 1903[-1905] Memorial 240/448

HILL, FG accountant National Bank of Australasia Jamestown branch 1884 Memorial 34/363

HILL, Frederick fisherman Price. Hundred of Clinton land grant 1907 Grant Book 14 Page 141 County Daly

No 1 – Frederick Stanley Hill

HILL, FS clerk Adelaide 1888[-1889] Memorial 200/390

HILL, Frederick Stanley clerk Adelaide (King William St) 1890 Memorial 63/401

HILL, FS clerk to TW GEPP solicitor Adelaide 1892 Memorial 36/414

HILL, Frederick Stanley clerk to Thomas GEPP solicitor Adelaide (King William St) 1897 Application 23389

No 1

HILL, George farmer Adelaide 1854[-1878] Memorial 281/67

HILL, George gardener [formerly of Adelaide but now of] Campbelltown 1867[-1881] Memorial 97/223

HILL, George farmer Campbelltown 1869[-1893] Memorial 150/237

HILL, George gardener Campbelltown 1882 Memorial 220/338

HILL, George gardener formerly of Adelaide but now of Campbelltown 1883[-1884] Memorial 19/350

HILL, George gardener Campbelltown 1885 had lived on pt Sections 309, 310 Survey B since 1854 Application 20684

No 2

HILL, George and John farmers Mt Crawford 1865 Memorial 247/207

HILL, George sheep farmer Barossa 1875 Memorial 83/282

HILL, George farmer Barossa Hills, died 8/2/1877. He left an estate worth £950. Section 981 Hundred of Barossa in trust for his son, John Hill, for life, then absolutely in remainder expectant to his son, George Archibald Hill. The rest of the real estate and personal estate in trust to George Hill's wife, Harriet Hill, for life. Afterwards, the trustees to sell the whole of the estate - 2 thirds of the proceeds to George Hill's son, John Hill, absolutely in remainder expectant. The income of the remaining 1 third in trust for George Hill's daughter, Sarah LOCK wife of Joseph Lock shepherd Barossa Hills, for her lifetime, then the principle to her children in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant. George Archibald Hill farmer formerly of the Lower Light late of near Lyndoch, died 8/3/1936 Gawler. He left his £483 estate to his brother, John Hill out of business Queenstown and his sisters, Christina HEATH widow Lyndoch, and Ellen May Hill no description Application 28043

No 3

HILL, George gardener Melrose 1873 Memorial 11/270

No 4

HILL, George gardener Marden 1876 Memorial 42/293 Is this the same person as at Campbelltown?

No 5

HILL, George labourer Walkerville, as heir at law of William Hill 1888 Application 21319

No 6

HILL, George farmer Willunga linked with Elizabeth Hill widow Willunga 1893 Memorial 241/419

HILL, George farmer Willunga 1898 Memorial 1/436

HILL, George farmer Willunga, died 28/3/1945. Uncle of Alfred Maurice ALDAM, John Hillderson Hill, and Sidney Basil Hill. Friend of Margaret Mabel CAMPAIN. The Hill parents were buried in St Stephen's graveyard Memorial 91/520

No 7

HILL, George JP grazier Mt Pleasant 1910 Memorial 103/463

HILL, George Felix Alex dentist Pt Adelaide 1929 Memorial 120/501

HILL, George Henry carpenter Broken Hill NSW 1898 Memorial 55/435

HILL, George James carpenter Hartwell Vic and John Hattersley Hill builder Kent Town, heirs to a portion of the estate of the late Adam Hill formerly carpenter Melbourne Vic who died intestate c1873. John Hattersley Hill died c1876. GJ Hill now of Waverley Vic. Janet Hill widow Adelaide, a member of this family Memorials 27 & 28/295

HILL, George Worden fellmonger Thebarton Hundred of Booleroo land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 622 County Frome

No 1

HILL, Harriet spinster Priorton 1843[-1844] Memorial 498/2

HILL, Harriett, daughter of John Hill of Wenbury, England, and his wife, Sarah Hill. She was in SA by 1843, when she bought pt Section 835 Hundred of Yatala from Jacob PITMAN. Harriett Hill died 5/10/1856 intestate. Her eldest brother, Samuel Hill fancy shop keeper Rundle St, Adelaide, inherited as heir at law (He died 26/5/1874). He passed on the property in 1856 to his sister, Mary HILL, spinster Priorton Hope Valley, who died 20/11/1864, leaving her house and vineyard pt Sections 824, 835 Hope Valley to her three nieces and five nephews, sons and daughters of her brother, James Hill (James Hill died 16/12/1876). Her other brother, John Hill, died at Priorton on 30/3/1856. Whenever any of these children married, their interest in Priorton ceased Application 28049

No 1

HILL, Henry teacher Bowden 1844 Application 20600

HILL, Henry teacher Bowden 1844[-1855] Memorial 424/42

No 2

HILL, Henry farmer formerly of Bowden, but then of Morphett Vale, and Hannah Hill his wife 1848 Memorial 188/11

No 3 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

HILL, Henry farmer Rapid Bay 1856 Memorial 96/101

No 4 – likely to be the same person

HILL, Henry contractor Alberton 1859 Memorial 63/162

HILL, Henry railway contractor Adelaide 1862 Memorial 308/182

HILL, Henry railway contractor Adelaide (with George MILLS and John VAUTIN) 1863 Application 3781

HILL, Henry railway contractor Adelaide 1865 Application 6328

No 5 - likely to be the same person; likely a continuation of No 4 – the Elder. Father of Henry John Hill the Younger

HILL, Henry, William Benjamin ROUNSEVELL, Peleg Whitford JACKSON, and Jasper Bingham MEIGS all of Adelaide trading and carrying on business as mail contractors and coach proprietors under the style or firm of Cobb & Co 1869 Memorial 83/240

HILL, Henry general and railway carrier Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hanson (later Farrell Flat Hundred of Hanson) township allotment land grant 1870 Grant Book 56 Page 298 County Stanley

HILL, Henry carrier Adelaide 1875 Memorial 164/284

HILL, Henry railway carrier Adelaide. Trustee Wesleyan Church Pt Adelaide 1884 Application 20393

HILL, Henry forwarding agent, railway and general carrier Adelaide (North Tce) 1900 Memorial 188/440

No 6 - perhaps the same person

HILL, Henry farmer Watergate linked with William Hill farmer Langhorne Creek 1860 Memorial 304/167

HILL, Henry shoemaker Echunga 1867[-1869] Memorial 17/222

No 7

HILL, Henry and William farmers Peachey Belt 1872 Memorial 8/258

HILL, Henry contractor Virginia 1887 Memorial 122/382

Adelaide 1875 Memorial 164/284

HILL, Henry forwarding agent, railway and general carrier Adelaide (North Tce) 1900 Memorial 188/440

No 6 - perhaps the same person

HILL, Henry farmer Watergate linked with William Hill farmer Langhorne Creek 1860 Memorial 304/167

HILL, Henry shoemaker Echunga 1867[-1869] Memorial 17/222

No 7

HILL, Henry farmer Redruth. Hundred of Hallett land grant 1879 Grant Book 8 Page 94 County Burra

No 1

HILL, Henry Charles Methodist Minister Lameroo. Trustee Methodist Mission Hall Wilkawatt 1910 Grant Book 12 Page 123 County Chandos

HILL, Henry Charles Methodist minister Saddleworth 1917 Memorial 128/475

No 1

HILL, Henry John commonly called John Hill the Younger mail contractor Adelaide 1874 Memorial 202/319

HILL, Henry John stockholder manager John Hill & Co Ltd Pirie St, Adelaide. Bankrupt 11/3/1887 Excellent description of assets. Enrolment 23/54

HILL, Henry John stockholder and manager for John Hill & Co Ltd, became a bankrupt at a creditors' meeting held in the Marlborough Chambers, Arbitration Room, Waymouth St, Adelaide on 4/3/1887 Memorial 199/383

HILL, Henry John gentleman Adelaid and Rebecca Eliza Hill his wife 1885[-1888] Memorial 163/368

No 1

HILL, Henry R articled law clerk to Jos ASHTON solicitor Adelaide 1886 Application 26870

HILL, Henry R articled law clerk to Messrs Thomas Wilson FLEMING, Hillary BOUCAUT and Joseph ASHTON solicitors Adelaide 1886 Memorial 61/382

HILL, Henry R articled clerk Adelaide 1887[-1894] Memorial 4/385

No 1

HILL, Herbert E clerk to Francis J FISHER solicitor Adelaide 1890 Memorial 68/406

HILL, Herbert E articled clerk Adelaide 1891[-1894] Memorial 94/409

HILL, Herbert E law student Adelaide 1898 Memorial 45/434

HILL, Horace George mining engineer formerly of Lawlers WA but now of Subiaco West WA 1934 Memorial 32/508

No 1

HILL, Hugo Russell farmer Gawler River 1853 Memorial 151/65

HILL, Hugo Russell farmer Willaston 1860 Memorial 346/165

HILL, Inder farmer Nairne Co Sturt Hundred of Everard land grant 1882 Grant Book 56 Page 393 County Stanley

HILL, Isabel Jean married woman Mypolonga 1948 Application 28576

No 1

HILL, Isaiah farmer formerly of Dalkey but now of Gladstone 1879 Memorial 210/317

HILL, Isaiah married Mary Jane SHEPHERD on 8/5/1869 place not stated. By 1894, the Hills lived at Hindmarsh, where Isaiah Hill was an agent. Three sons - Emanuel Shepherd Hill farmer Grange Road, Thomas Shepherd Heber Urbane Hill farmer Grange Road, and Robert Shepherd Joshua Isaiah Ethelbert Hill of Grange Road. Joseph Shepherd saddler Mt Gambier anc Emanuel Shepherd agent Adelaide were relatives Memorials 28 & 29/423

HILL, Isaiah married Mary Jane SHEPHERD in c1872 in either Melbourne Vic or London, England. The Hills emigrated to SA and settled at Aldinga, where Isaiah Hill grew vines and did grazing. Their family consisted of by 1930; Emanuel Shepherd Hill (dairyman Gray Ave, New Hindmarsh); Thomas Shepherd Heber Urbane Hill (carrier Grange Rd, West Welland); Robert Shepherd Joshua Isaiah Ethelbert Hill. Isaiah Hill died 1889. Mary Jane Hill widow West Hindmarsh, died 23/10/1920. Her estate worth £1,100. Bequests to her sons and her sister, Rachel BEST widow Maylands. Executors : William Henry Best farmer Kybunga and Emanuel Shepherd Hill Application 27808

HILL, Isaiah farmer Hindmarsh and Mary Jane Hill his wife both deceased by 1943. Their family as of 1943 - Emanuel Shepherd Hill out of business Gray Ave, New Hindmarsh, Thomas Shepherd Heber Urbane Hill out of business Rankine Rd, Torrensville and Robert Shepherd Joshua Ethelbert Hill farmer Willunga Application 28342

No 1

HILL, James and William formerly of Glasgow, Scotland, but now butchers Adelaide 1839 Application 21944

HILL, James licensed victualler Dry Creek Inn Dry Creek linked with William Hill butcher Adelaide (Hindley St) 1845 Memorial 77/14

HILL, James licensed victualler Dry Creek Inn Dry Creek, assignment of 7 year lease to John SMITH licensed victualler Dry Creek £220 1846. Original lease taken out on 25/12/1843 to George JOHNSON and John SAINT. They assigned their 7-year lease to James Hill early in 1846. The inn was ‘about 7 miles from Adelaide … on the road leading from Adelaide to Gawler Town’. Sir Montague CHAPMAN owned the land and issued the leases [John Smith apparently closed the hotel permanently in late 1846] Memorial 286/6

HILL, James [formerly licensed victualler Dry Creek but now] butcher Gawler 1846[-1847] Memorial 409/6

HILL, James butcher [formerly of Gawler but now of] Kooringa 1849 Memorial 96/14

No 2 - the Elder

HILL, James farmer Hope Valley 1843 Memorial 224/3

HILL, James farmer Hope Valley linked with Mary Hill spinster Hope Valley 1859 Memorial 112/157

HILL, James veterinary surgeon Hope Valley, died 1876. He left his entire estate to his wife, Mary Hill Memorial 233/296

HILL, James the Elder father of James Hill the Younger (died 25/10/1903 intestate and a bachelor without a parent), Henry Hill (farmer Hope Valley), William Hill (farmer Macclesfield by 1904), Edward Hill (died 21/3/1881 intestate and a bachelor without a parent) and Charles Hill (butcher Hope Valley by 1904). Also father of Emma Caroline Hill (EC GILMOUR married woman Tea Tree Gully by 1904), Hannah Matilda Hill (HM SMART married woman Hope Valley by 1904), and Amanda Hill (A LANE married woman Norwood by 1904). James Hill the Elder a brother to Mary Hill spinster Hope Valley (died 20/11/1864), and Samuel Hill of Rundle St 1864 Memorial 175a/452

No 3

HILL, James carter Bowden 1853 Memorial 389/53

HILL, James carter [formerly of Bowden but now of] Beverley 1854 Memorial 356/64

HILL, James carrier Beverley on the Port Road Hundred of Grace land grant 1857 Grant Book 27 Page 7 County Gawler

HILL, James carrier Beverley 1859 Memorial 63/157

HILL, James carter Beverley on the Port Road and Hannah Hill his wife 1868 Application 9471

HILL, James carrier Bowden 1878 Grant Book 18 Page 5 County Eyre

No 4

HILL, James merchant Adelaide 1866[-1873] Memorial 141/215

HILL, James merchant Adelaide (Grenfell St) 1867[-1876] Memorial 164/221, Application 15405

HILL, James merchant Adelaide 1877 Application 16413.

HILL, James merchant Adelaide (Pirie St) 1886 Application 20868 No 5

HILL, James overseer Bundaleer. Hundred of Bundaleer land grant 1873 Grant Book 60 Page 69 County Victoria

No 6

HILL, James labourer Portland Estate 1874 Memorial 57/276

HILL, James labourer Portland Estate 1874 Application 13713

HILL, James labourer Portland Estate 1877 Application 16387

No7

HILL, James builder Kensington. Norwood Wesleyan Chapel trustee 1877 Application 16053.

HILL, James architect Norwood. Norwood Wesleyan Methodist Church Trustee 1882 Application 19463

HILL, James architect Upper Kensington, died 6/3/1892, of phthisis, aged 40. Likely to be related of Thomas Hill builder Norwood 1886 Application 24949.

No 8

HILL, James and William farmers Boolcunda 1885 Memorial 173/371

HILL, James farmer Hundred of Muloowurtie 1886[-1900] Memorial 28/375

HILL, James farm labourer Muloowurtie [He must have managed his own farm and also worked for other people] 1887 Memorial 32/385

No 9

HILL, James farmer Coonalpyn. Trustee Institute and Public Hall Coonalpyn 1905 Grant Book 6 Page 11 County Buccleuch

No 1 - perhaps the same person

HILL, John wheelwright Adelaide 1839 Wheelwright Thebarton 1850 Application 18691

HILL, John wheelwright North Adelaide (Pennington Tce) 1844 Memorial 61/4

No 2

HILL, John carpenter Adelaide 1840 [Perhaps related to William Hill labourer Adelaide 1840] Application 9245

No 3

HILL, John Esquire Adelaide Section 2112 Survey B land grant 1841 Memorial 361/21

HILL, John Esquire Adelaide, about to depart the province, power of attorney to William JAMES gentleman Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 17/1/1843 Enrolment 22/2

HILL, John Esquire formerly of Adelaide, but now of Arundel St, Strand, London, Middlesex, England 1843. He sold Section 2112 Survey B for £999 Memorial 364/3

HILL, John Esquire formerly of Adelaide, but now on a voyage to England 1846. He had transferred pt Section 2112 Pt Adelaide, of about one acre in Survey B, on which was built an Anglican Church, to the trustees. [Is this St Paul’s Pt Adelaide??[ Trustees: John NEWMAN Esquire, Thomas LIPSON harbour master, RR TORRENS Collector of Customs all Pt Adelaide, CS HARE gentleman Adelaide Memorial 199/7

No 4 - likely to be the same person

HILL, John farmer Adelaide 1843 Memorial 162/3

HILL, John farmer Adelaide 1843 Application 20282

No 5

HILL, John labourer Priorton and his sister, Mary Hill [Harriet Hill spinster also belonged to this family] 1843 Memorial 498/2

HILL, John farmer Dry Creek. Hundred of Yatala land grant 1849 Grant Book 1 Page 61 County Adelaide

HILL, John farmer Hope Valley, died c1856. He left his entire estate to his sister, Mary Hill, absolutely Memorial 392/98

HILL, John died 30/3/1856. Mary Hill died 20/11/1864. Charles Hill butcher Hope Valley linked with William Hill blacksmith Dry Creek 1880 Memorial 142/322

No 6

HILL, John miner Paringa Village 1849. Mt Barker Primitive Methodist Chapel trustee Memorial 493/13

HILL, John farmer Paringa Mine 1849 Memorial 236/15

HILL, John farmer The Meadows 1852[-1855] Memorial 212/39 HILL, John farmer The Meadows. Trustee Primitive Methodist Chapel Meadows 1854 Memorial 487/77

HILL, John farmer The Meadows. Trustee Primitive Methodist Chapel Mt Barker 1854. He had moved to Moonta by 1884 Application 20405

No 7

HILL, John ginger beer maker Redruth 1852 Memorial 45/40

No 8 - perhaps the same person; or mixture of the Elder and the Younger

HILL, John farmer Koonunga 1855 Memorial 262/101

HILL, John farmer formerly of Koonunga but now of Tarcowie linked with Michael Hill farmer Tarcowie 1882 Memorial 109/342

HILL, John the Younger and HILL, Michael farmers Tarcowie 1883 Application 19658

HILL, John farmer Tarcowie 1885 Memorial 161/368

HILL, John farmer Arkaba 1892 Memorial 33/413

No 9

HILL, John the Younger timber dealer North Adelaide 1860 Memorial 220/170

No 10

HILL, John of Mt Crawford 1868 Memorial 230/235

No 11 - perhaps the same person

HILL, John and William saddlers North Kensington 1875[-1882] Memorial 43/283, Application 19444

HILL, John cab proprietor Kensington, died 18/1/1882. He had used allotment 40 North Kensington, facing Glyde St, as a paddock for his horses since before 1873. Father of Anna Susan Hill single woman 36 Kensington Tce, Norwood 1923 Application 27198

No 12

HILL, John farmer Troubridge trustee Wesleyan Methodist Church purposes Hundred of Melville land grant 1873 Grant Book 19 Page 65 County Fergusson

HILL, John farmer Troubridge Hundred of Melville land grant 1875 Grant Book 19 Page 73 County Fergusson

No 13

HILL, John farmer Moonta 1884 Memorial 237/362

No 14 - perhaps a continuation of No 13

HILL, John gentleman Moonta 1887 Memorial 209/382

No 15 – perhaps the Elder

HILL, John farmer near Maitland. Trustee Wesleyan Methodist Church Maitland township allotment land grant 1873 Grant Book 19 Page 476 County Fergusson

HILL, John farmer Hundred of Maitland. Trustee unnamed cemetery Hundred of Maitland land grant 1875 Grant Book 19 Page 101 County Fergusson

HILL, John farmer Yorke Peninsula. Hundred of Dalrymple land grant 1878 Grant Book 19 Page 138 County Fergusson

No 16 – perhaps the Younger

HILL, John the Younger of Maitland 1887 Memorial 122/385

HILL, John farmer Maitland 1899 Memorial 202/438

HILL, John farmer Yorke Valley Maitland and Catherine Hill his wife 1894 Application 22720

HILL, John the Younger farmer Maitland. Hundred of Maitland land grant 1903 Grant Book 19 Page 109 County Fergusson

No 17

HILL, John farmer Forreston linked with Anne Hill widow of William Hill 1889 Application 21620

No 18

HILL, John baker Norwood 1898 Memorial 58/435

No 19

HILL, John manager J Hill & Co Kensington Park linked with Henry John Hill gentleman Adelaide and Rebecca Eliza Hill his wife 1909 Memorial 222/461

HILL, John managing director John Hill & Co Ltd North Kensington 1929 Memorial 111/501

No 20

HILL, John the Younger farmer Caltowie, had died by 1904. Executors; Michael Hill farmer Tarcowie and Patrick MCCANN farmer Pekina Grant Book 13 Page 58 County Dalhousie

HILL, John Cartwright civil engineer Adelaide 1850 Memorial 232/23

HILL, John Charles licensed victualler Hawkestone Arms Lower Mitcham 1889 Memorial 111/396

No 1 - John Distin Hill commonly known as John Hill

HILL, John farmer [formerly of Holdfast Bay but now of] Section 2241 Dry Creek Hundred of Yatala 1851 Memorial 420/34

HILL, John farmer Dry Creek 1855[-1868] Memorial 86/87

HILL, John Distin farmer Dry Creek linked with Sophia Hill of Dry Creek, Alfred Hill tramdriver near Thebarton and Robert Hill salesman Adelaide 1892 Memorial 214/412

HILL, John Distin farmer Dry Creek, died 7/5/1892. Husband of Emma Hill. Father of Nathaniel Hill, Alfred Hill, Robert Hill, Mary Ann PAULL wife of William Henry Paull farmer Sandlilands, Sarah PEARCE wife of John Pearce carpenter Hindmarsh, Emma TIDDY wife of Matthew Tiddy storeman Adelaide, Alice Tiddy wife of John Tiddy draper Burra. Execcutor: Edwin Blackler COLTON solicitor Adelaide Memorial 232/443

HILL, John Distin farmer Dry Creek, died 7/5/1892. His widow, Emma Hill, died 5/6/1901 Hindmarsh. James Henry WILLIS hotel manager Adelaide 1901, testified that he had known the family ever since he arrived in SA during 1876, visited their home frequently and went to the funerals of both John and Emma Hill Application 24307

HILL, John Distin farmer Sections 142 and 157 Hundred of Pt Adelaide,, (land grants 1850), Sections 126 & 156 (private purchase 1855) Dry Creek, died 7/5/1892. His widow, Emma Hill, to have the income of the whole of his estate in trust for her lifetime or during her widowhood, and provided she looked after his daughter Sophia Hill until her marriage. After her death, his grandchildren Elizabeth Jane Cornwell Rose WILLIS and Thomas BRADY, his son Robert HILL, his daughter Sophia Hill, Nathaniel Hill, Alfred Hill, Robert Hill, Mary Ann PAULL wife of Henry Paull farmer Sandilands, Sarah PEARCE wife of John Pearce carpenter Hindmarsh, Emma TIDDY wife of Matthew Tiddy storeman Adelaide and Alice Tiddy wife of John Tiddy draper The Burra, to inherit the proceeds according to how the will directed absolutely in remainder expectant. Executors - his wife Emma Hill, Edwin Blackler COLTON and Charles JOHNS solicitors Adelaide and James NOTTAGE Council Clerk Walkerville. HILL, Emma Sanders widow Bertie St, West Hindmarsh, relict of John Distin Hill farmer Dry Creek, died 5/6/1901, of diabetes, aged 84 Application 29678

HILL, John Downton farmer near Snowtown. Snowtown District Hospital trustee 1926 Memorial 181/494

No 1

HILL, John Drake toy shop keeper Adelaide (Rundle St). Samuel Hill mentioned but not described 1861 Memorial 332/178

HILL, John Drake haberdasher Adelaide 1862 Memorial 309/185

HILL, John Drake fancy warehouseman Adelaide 1874 Application 13351

HILL, John Drake gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now of Mt Barker 1898 Memorial 119/434

HILL, John Drake gentleman Mt Barker, died 23/10/1899 Memorial 11/504

HILL, John Drake out of business formerly of 1 Rundle St, Adelaide but then of Wallabrook Cottage, Mt Barker, died c1899. Husband of Emma Elizabeth Hill. Father of John Hill minister of the gospel Payneham, Alfred Hill medical practitioner Adelaide (Grenfell St), and Charles Samuel Hill chemist Adelaide (Rundle St) Memorial 172/439

HILL, John Drake out of business Wallbrook Cottage Mt Barker, died 1899. He left his real estate in trust for his wife, Emma Elizabeth Hill widow formerly of Mt Barker but now of Malvern 1911, during her lifetime; then to be sold and the proceeds to be distributed to the children equally absolutely in remainder expectant. Children in 1911 included Alfred Hill medical practitioner Grenfell St, Adelaide, John Hill Minister of the Gospel formerly of Payneham but now of Manley NSW and Charles Samuel Hill chemist formerly of Rundle St, Adelaide but now of Kent Town 1911 Application 25999

HILL, Emma Elizabeth widow Mt Barker, about to leave the province for some time, power of attorney 6/4/1900, to Charles Samuel HILL chemist Rundle St, Adelaide, to manage the affairs of her late husband’s estate - John Drake HILL out of business formerly of 1 Rundle St, Adelaide, but late of Wallbrook Cottage, Mt Barker who died c1899 Deposit 45/1900 FIND WALLBROOK/WALLABROOK

HILL, John Hattersley builder Kent Town 1875 Application 14677

HILL, John Hilderson mechanic73 Albert St, Goodwood and HILL, Sidney Basil dairyman formerly of Blackwood but now of Willunga 1946 Application 28476

HILL, John Martin farmer Willunga 1856 Enrolment/

No 1

HILL, John William Fryer yeoman The Tiers near Crafers [perhaps linked to Adam Hill gentleman Adelaide ] 1860 Memorial 236/162

HILL, John William Fryer yeoman formerly of The Tiers near Crafers but now of Coromandel Valley 1868 Memorial 241/234

HILL, John William Fryer farmer near Cherry Gardens 1874 Application 13453

No 1 - likely to be the same person

HILL, Joseph farmer Willunga 1853[-1854] Memorial 232/58

HILL, Joseph farmer Rapid Bay 1860 Memorial 182/164

HILL, Joseph farmer Rapid Bay 1862 Application 3135

No 2

HILL, Joseph the Elder farmer Blyth Plains 1870 Memorial 203/244

HILL, Joseph farmer Troubridge. Trustee Wesleyan Methodist Church purposes Hundred of Melville land grant 1873 Grant Book 19 Page 65 County Fergusson

HILL, Joseph farmer Blyth Plains Co Stanley. Hundred of Melville land grant 1876 Grant Book 19 Page 77 County Fergusson

No 3

HILL, Joseph farmer Strathalbyn Co Hindmarsh. Hundred of Booyoolie land grant 1880[-1883] Grant Book 60 Page 157 County Victoria

No 1

HILL, Joseph Augustus gentleman Adelaide 1840 Application 26260

HILL, Joseph Augustus of Macclesfield 1856 Memorial 238/116

No 1 - perhaps the same person

HILL, JR station storekeeper Mt Brown 1864 Memorial 328/192

HILL, JR accountant Yongala 1879 Memorial 228/312

HILL, Leo clerk Pt Adelaide 1880 Memorial 76/322

HILL, Matthew Davenport QC Esquire Commissioner in Bankruptcy Bristol, England 1854 Memorial 127/63

HILL, Mary Lydia widow Bowden 1855[-1863]. Was she a Miss FIELD, a relative of Samuel Field also of Bowden? Memorials 21/94, 288/189

HILL, Maurice contractor Pt Augusta Hundred of Davenport land grant 1880 Grant Book 24 Page 656 County Frome

No 1

HILL, Michael shepherd Hamilton on the Light 1857[-1858] Memorial 244/115

HILL, Michael widower (his late wife Jane nee BOLAND) married Bridget MCMAHON spinster at Kilrush, Co Clare, c1846. The family shifted to Innes, Co Clare, before emigrating to Sydney NSW and then SA. Michael McMahon farmer Hamilton on the Light died January 1868 Adelaide, intestate. His eldest son, Patrick Hill born at Ballacorick, Co Clare within twelve months of the marriage, inherited his father's estate as heir at law. Dr Matthew Blood of Kapunda knew Michael Hill in Ireland and in SA. Bridget McMahon widow, lived at Stockport on the Gilbert with her son, Patrick 1869 Application 9988

No 2 - likely to be the same person

HILL, Michael farmer Hundred of Uroonda 1886[-1887] Memorial 179/379

HILL, Michael farmer Caltowie 1891[-1896] Memorial 232/410

HILL, Michael farmer Caltowie Co Victoria. Hundred of Tarcowie land grant 1898 Grant Book 13 Page 56 County Dalhousie

HILL, Michael farmer Tarcowie 1896[-1901] Memorial 124/427

HILL, Michael farmer Hornsdale. Hundred of Tarcowie land grant 1899 Grant Book 13 Page 57 County Dalhousie

HILL, Norman Ross Minister of the Gospel Daly St, Gawler and Annie Smith Hill his wife 1927 Application 27636

HILL, Owen Abner labourer Strathalbyn 1924 Memorial 183/490

HILL, Percy Worden storeman Pt Lincoln 1944 Memorial 53/518

HILL, PF of Woodnamooka near Wooltana Station 1884 Memorial 155/356

HILL, Philip Treloar schoolmaster Goolwa 1880[-1885] Memorial 148/326, Application 14209

HILL, Ralph John tailor Burra 1941 Memorial 41/516

HILL, Reuben labourer Dry Creek 1850 Memorial 409/25

No 1

HILL, Richard farmer Willunga 1849[-1857] Memorial 484/15

HILL, Richard farmer Willunga. Hundred of Kuitpo land grant 1862 Grant Book 2 Page 97 County Adelaide

No 2

HILL, Richard, Thomas and William farmers Maitland Pt Victoria township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 19 Page 206 County Fergusson

No 3

HILL, Richard 58 widower labourer Robe St, Adelaide, (Father: Richard Hill Senr) married Elizabeth WELSBY 56 widow Light Tce, Thebarton (Father: John BERRY) on 20/6/1892 Minister's residence Brown St, Adelaide. Minister: EG Day. Witnesses: Henry LINDSAY guard Thebarton and Eliza Lindsay of Thebarton 1910 Application 25744

HILL, Richard labourer Thebarton and Elizabeth Hill his wife formerly Elizabeth WELSBY widow Thebarton 1893. The Hill-Welsby marriage took place 20/6/1892 Memorials 39 & 40/416

HILL, Richard labourer Thebarton had died by 1910 Memorial 140/462

HILL, Elizabeth married woman Thebarton 1909 Application 25629

HILL, Elizabeth widow of the late Richard Hill formerly labourer Thebarton but now deceased 1910 Memorial 140/462

HILL, Elizabeth widow Thebarton 1910 Application 25744

No 4

HILL, Richard storekeeper Ovingham and Elizabeth Keenor Hill his wife 1893 Memorial 144/419

HILL, Richard formerly storekeeper Ovingham but now contractor Katanning WA and Elizabeth Keenor Hill his wife 1905 Memorial 115/454

No 5

HILL, Richard labourer Kooringa 1907 Memorial 40/458

HILL, Richard labourer Kooringa, died 10/2/1929. Father of Charles Hill of Kooringa Memorial 58/502

No 1

HILL, Robert barman Gumeracha 1861 Memorial 18/178

HILL, Robert barman Gumeracha 7-year lease of the Kenton Inn, Gumeracha at £117 a year from Robert JOHNSTON licensed victualler Gumeracha. The following furnishings included in the lease to be surrendered in good order at the end of the period: Parloour - 6 large pictures and frames, 5 small pictures and frames, 1 chimney glass, 3 cedar chairs, 1 oil lamp, 3 chimney ornaments. Bar - set of 6 spirit measures, 3 service waiters, 1 clock, 1 camphine lamp, bar engine, 2 funnels. Long room - 12 American chairs. Bedrooms - 1 double iron bedstead,, 8 single iron bedsteads, 4 small cedar tables, 3 washstands, 6 looking glasses. 1 bagatelle table 1861 Memorial 391/179

No 2

HILL, Robert farmer Woodside Co Adelaide. Georgetown (Hundred of Bundaleer) township allotment land grant 1871 Grant Book 60 Page 77 County Victoria

No 3

HILL, Robert farmer Mt Rat. Trustee Wesleyan Methodist Church Mt Rat Hundred of Koolywurtie land grant 1879 Grant Book 19 Page 312 County Fergusson

HILL, Robert and William farmers Wauraltee. Hundred of Wauraltee land grant 1882 Grant Book 19 Page 223 County Fergusson

No 4

HILL, Robert saddler Jamestown Co Victoria. Hawker (Hundred of Wonoka) township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 5 Page 3 County Blachford

HILL, Robert saddler Jamestown Co Victoria. Hundred of Arkaba land grant 1883 Grant Book 33 Page 3 County Hanson

HILL, Robert saddler Jamestown 1899 Memorial 212/437

No 5

HILL, Robert farmer Cherry Gardens, Hundred of Noarlunga, about to depart the province for a time, power of attorney to Nathaniel OLDHAM gentleman Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 19/7/1887 Deposit 159/1877

No 6

HILL, Robert chaff and grain merchant Adelaide (Currie St) 1899 Memorial 18/437

HILL, Rob stock agent Kingston S-E 1935 Memorial 86/509

HILL, Roland James merchant Austral Chambers Currie St, Adelaide, power of attorney to Arthur Henry HILL merchant and Henry Francis NICHOLS Clerk Austral Chambers, Currie St, Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 30/4/1896 Deposit 42/1896

HILL, Roland John hairdresser and tobacconist Gawler 1891[-1912] Memorial 5/408

HILL, Rowland carpenter Norwood 1876 Memorial 167/293

No 1

HILL, Samuel carpenter Kensington 1850[-1856] Memorial 467/20

HILL, Samuel carpenter North Kensington 1861 Application 2128

HILL, Samuel carpenter Kensington Park 1861 Application 2652

No 2

HILL, Samuel builder Adelaide 1853[-1860] Memorial 489/58

HILL, Samuel builder Adelaide 1869 Application 10131

No 3

HILL, Samuel farmer Native Valley 1860 Memorial 334/162

No 4

HILL, Samuel farmer Barossa 1853 Memorial 158/52

HILL, Samuel farmer The Barossa 1859 Application 824

HILL, Samuel farmer Hundred of Barossa 1860 Memorial 191/165

No 5

HILL, Samuel labourer Walkerville 1855 Memorial 14/81

HILL, Samuel Andrew formerly farm labourer Pinaroo had died by 1908 intestate. Samuel Hill gardener Klemzig administered the estate Grant Book 12 Page 43 County Chandos

No 6

HILL, Samuel fancy shopkeeper Adelaide (Rundle St) 1856 Linked with Mary Hill spinster Hope Valley Memorial 206/112

HILL, Samuel toy shop keeper Adelaide (Rundle St) 1857 Memorial 24/117

No 7

HILL, Samuel farmer near Strathalbyn 1868 Memorial 227/228

No 8

HILL, Samuel gentleman Bundaleer 1870 Memorial 45/250

HILL, Samuel farmer Bundaleer. Hundred of Bundaleer land grant 1873 Grant Book 60 Page 65 County Victoria

HILL, Samuel gentleman formerly of Bundaleer but now in parts beyond the seas 1873[-1876] Memorial 46/266

No 9 - perhaps a continuation of No 8

HILL, Samuel gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now in parts beyond the seas 1874 Memorial 116/275 FIND

HILL, Samuel gentleman Adelaide, about to leave the province for a time, power of attorney to William POPE solicitor 67 King William St, Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 27/1/1876 Deposit 92/1876

HILL, Samuel gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now in parts beyond the seas 1891 Memorial 216/408

HILL, Samuel gentleman Chard, Somerset, England, power of attorney to Edward HILL gentleman Bullamon, St Georges Old, to manage all of his business affairs throughout Australia 31/12/1896 Deposit 11/1898

HILL, Samuel gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now of Chard, Somerset, England linked with Edward Hill station manager Bullamon Station Qld 1899 Memorials 58 & 59/438

No 10

HILL, Samuel of Devon St, Goodwood 1885 Application 20551

No 11

HILL, Samuel the Elder of Willochra 1890 Memorial 198/402

HILL, Samuel the Elder farmer Willochra. Hundred of Willochra land grant 1892 Grant Book 24 Page 549 County Frome

HILL, Samuel farmer Wilmington, had died by 1904. Walter Visick Hill and William Hill farmers Wilmington inherited his estate Grant Book 24 Page 551 County Frome

No 12

HILL, Samuel butcher and baker Snowtown. Snowtown (Hundred of Barunga) township allotment land grant 1906 Grant Book 14 Page 163 County Daly

HILL, Samuel farmer and dealer Snowtown Co Daly. Parilla (Hundred of Parilla) township allotment land grant 1909 Grant Book 12 Page 113 County Chandos

HILL, Samuel farmer Parilla trustee Parilla Institute 1912 Grant Book 12 Page 116 County Chandos

No 1

HILL, Stephen agent Moonta 1890[-1897] Memorial 118/403

HILL, Stephen storekeeper Moonta 1905 Memorial 237/452

HILL, Stephen wheat buyer Moonta 1905 Grant Book 14 Page 97 County Daly

No 1 - the Younger

HILL, Thomas carpenter Kensington 1849. Payneham Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee. Enrolment 17/10 Builder Kensington 1850[-1857] Magill Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee Memorial 57/22

HILL, Thomas carpenter and builder Kensington 1851[-1863] Memorial 334/34, Application 4333

HILL, Thomas carpenter Kensington 1854[-1869] Memorial 225/79

HILL, Thomas builder Kensington 1858 Application 125

HILL, Thomas formerly carpenter now builder Kensington. Norwood Wesleyan Chapel trustee 1877 Application 16054

HILL, Thomas builder Kensington. Norwood Wesleyan Methodist Church Trustee 1882 Application 19463

HILL, Thomas builder Norwood, died 7/12/1886. His widow, Jane Hill, died 29/10/1904, of influenza and pneumonia, aged 87. Parents of Elizabeth EVANS, wife of Phillip John Evans of the Parade, Norwood, Likely to be a family link with William Hill builder formery of Kensington now of Norwood 1905 Application 24949

No 2

HILL, Thomas miller Gawler 1852[-1855] Memorial 30/42

HILL, Thomas formerly miller Gawler but now farmer Kingsford 1856 Memorial 207/106

HILL, Thomas farmer formerly of Gawler but now of Freeling 1865 Memorial 258/202

HILL, Thomas farmer near Freeling 1861[-1874] Memorial 397/179

No 3

HILL, Thomas farmer Findon 1853 Memorial 65/51

HILL, Thomas farmer Findon, died intestate 28/10/1853. Letters of administration to his wife, Mary Hill, to settle the estate. His three children included - James Hill farmer Muloowurtie 1881, Thomas Hill driver Goodwood 1881 and Sarah Elizabeth Hill who died 10/6/1875 Memorials 46 & 47/328

HILL, Thomas the Elder farmer Findon, died 1853. His estate in trust to his widow, Mary Hill, for life, then to be sold and the proceeds divided absolutely in remainder expectant amongst his children, Thomas Hill the Younger, James Hill and Sarah Hill. Sarah Elizabeth Hill 19 spinster Findon (Father: Thomas Hill) married Thomas Henry HARRISON 24 bachelor labourer Adelaide (Father: Robert Harrison) on 10/8/1871 Young St Chapel, Adelaide. Minister: James WAY. Witnesses: James Hill labourer Findon and Ellen Harrison of Adelaide. Elizabeth Harrison wife of Thomas Henry Harrison coachman North Tce, Adelaide, died 14/6/1875, of puerperal peritonitis and scarlet fever, aged 23 Application 25506

No 4

HILL, Thomas cowkeeper North Adelaide 1853 Memorial 350/53

No 5

HILL, Thomas gardener Marden 1854[-1861] Memorial 338/68

HILL, Thomas gardener Marden and Rachel Hill his wife 1873 Memorial 138/291

HILL, Thomas gardener Marden, died 11/6/1876. He left his personal estate absolutely and his real estate in trust for life to his wife, Rachel Hill. Then the real estate to be sold and the profits distributed equally absolutely in remainder expectant to all his children as each one turned 21. Executors: Rachel Hill, his son George Hill gardener Campbelltown, and his friend Charles QUICK gardener Marden. However, he survived his wife. Rachel Hill died 27/8/1874 Marden, before her husband, of morbus cordis, aged 78. Application 18594

HILL, Thomas gardener Marden, died c1876. His personal estate to his wife, Rachel Hill absolutely. His real estate in trust, to his wife, for life; after her death, the real estate to be sold and the funds distributed equally absolutely in remainder expectant amongst his children. Trustees: Rachel Hill, his son, George Hill and friend Charles QUICK gardeners Marden Enrolment 46/52

No 6

HILL, Thomas labourer Unley 1855 Memorial 252/91

HILL, Thomas labourer Unley 1867 Application 8569

No 7 - perhaps the same person

HILL, Thomas carpenter Kapunda 1862 Application 3118

HILL, Thomas carpenter Kapunda 1865[-1866] Memorial 30/207

HILL, Thomas builder Kapunda 1870 Memorial 216/251

No 8

HILL, Thomas farmer Langhorne Creek 1864 Memorial 196/194

HILL, Thomas farmer Langhorne Creek Hundred of Hynam land grant 1876 Grant Book 29 Page 164 County MacDonnell

No 9

HILL, Thomas farmer near Maitland trustee Wesleyan Methodist Church Maitland township allotment land grant 1873 Grant Book 19 Page 476 County Fergusson

No 10

HILL, Thomas farmer Tarlee 1888 Memorial 78/393

No 11

HILL, Thomas hairdresser Adelaide 1894 Memorial 126/420

No 1

HILL, Thomas Henry licensed victualler Adelaide 1877 Memorial 10/300

No 2 – perhaps a continuation of No 1

HILL, Thomas Henry farmer Dry Creek Hundred of Maitland land grant 1880 Grant Book 19 Page 104 County Fergusson

HILL, Thomas Mills of Islington 1879 Memorial 109/355

HILL, Thomas William mariner Pt Wakefield 1875 Memorial 60/287

HILL, W of Freeman St, Adelaide 1885 Application 20784

HILL, Walter Wesleyan Minister Gumeracha 1866 Memorial 249/222

HILL, Walter John baker Norwood 1898 Memorial 58/435

No 1 - perhaps the same person

HILL, William formerly labourer 1840 but now innkeeper Adelaide 1848[-1850] [Perhaps related to John Hill carpenter Adelaide] Application 9245 & 9427

HILL, William labourer Adelaide sold land at South Richmond [no deed for purchase survives] 1845[-1847] Memorial 231/5

No 2

HILL, William carpenter Adelaide (Gilles St) 1842 Application 18413

No 3

HILL, William carpenter Adelaide 1854 Memorial 328/62

HILL, William builder Adelaide 1855 Memorial 91/81

HILL, William carpenter Adelaide 1885 Application 20551

No 4 - likely to be the same person

HILL, William farmer Chain of Ponds 1847 Memorial 428/9

HILL, William farmer Sources of the Torrens 1849 Memorial 14/19

HILL, William farmer near Mt Gould Sources of the Torrens 1850[-1854] [Husband of Ann nee WENDON] Memorial 349/104

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

No 5 - two different publicans in Adelaide at the same time (Hindley St and King William St); this reference could be the same person or two different people

HILL, William innkeeper Adelaide sold allotments at Islington [no deed for purchase survives] 1848 Memorial 314/11

No 6

HILL, William cattleholder Sleeps Tiers. Hundred of Munno Para land grant 1849 Grant Book 1 Page 91 County Adelaide

HILL, William licensed victualler Adelaide (Rising Sun King William St) 1853 Memorial 207/49

HILL, William formerly licensed victualler Adelaide 1854, but late gentleman Norwood, died 23/1/1879. He left his real estate (including Sections in the Hundred of Munno Para) to his wife, Alice Hill, in trust for life, and then to his sons, George William Hill farmer Salisbury and Henry Hill contractor Virginia, absolutely in remainder expectant. Mrs Hill 69 Norwood (Father: John NORVELL) remarried 16/5/1882 Mrs Hill's home Edward St, Norwood, to John WYATT 70 widower farmer Peachey Belt (Father; William Wyatt) Application 22860

.HILL, William gentleman Edward St, Norwood, died 23/1/1879 Adelaide. He left his estate in trust to his wife, Alice Hill, for life, then absolutely in remainder expectant to his son, John Francis Hill Memorial 164/315

HILL, William gentleman Norwood, died 23/1/1879. His widow, Alice Hill, remarried 16/5/1882 to John WYATT. William Hill was the father of Henry Hill contractor Virginia 1887 Memorial 122/382

HILL, William of Edward St, Norwood, died 23/1/1879. His widow, Alice Hill, remarried 16/5/1882 to John WYATT gentleman Edward St, Norwood. In 1893, Alice Wyatt, now living in Salisbury, obtained a legal separation from her husband. She allowed him to live in her home in Norwood for life, then the real estate returned to her control Memorial 119/418

HILL, William died 23/1/1879. His widow, Alice Hill, remarried on 16/5/1882 to John Wyatt. In 1893, the Wyatts separated 'after unhappy differences had arisen between them'. John Wyatt died 25/6/1895 Memorial 120/425

No 6

HILL, William of Echunga 1851 Memorial 83/30

HILL, William labourer Echunga 1852 Memorial 153/44

HILL, William farmer Echunga 1853 Hundred of Alexandrina land grant Memorial 235/51

HILL, William farmer [formerly of Echunga but now of] Langhorne Creek 1854 Memorial 2561/62

HILL, William farmer Langhorne Bridge 1856[-1856] Memorial 306/112, Application 7050

HILL, William farmer Langhorne Creek 1861 Application 2245

HILL, William farmer near Laura 1873 Memorial 45/269

HILL, William farmer Laura and Elizabeth Hill his wife 1891 Memorial 59/408

HILL, William farmer Laura 1899 Memorial 145/438

HILL, William farmer Laura. Trustee Booyoolie Agricultural Society Inc 1899 Memorial 145/438

HILL, William farmer Crystal Brook, died c1904. Executors; William NATT farmer formerly of Crystal Brook but now of Langhorne Creek and George DAVIDSON farmer Crystal Brook Memorial 92/452

No 7

HILL, William farmer Peachey Belt Co Adelaide. Hundred of Grace land grant 1863 Grant Book 27 Page 28 County Gawler

HILL, William farmer Strathalbyn [likely at New Hamburgh] 1875 Application 14647

No 8

HILL, William farmer Kapunda 1854[-1856] Memorial 259/72

HILL, William farmer Kapunda Co Light. Hundred of Tarcowie land grant 1881 Grant Book 13 Page 50 County Dalhousie

HILL, William of Tarcowie Co Dalhousie 1892 Memorial 19/413

HILL, William farmer Tarcowie, died c1896 intestate. Father of John Hill of Tarcowie. Other children mentioned but not named Memorial 50/428

HILL, William farmer Tarcowie, had died by 1902 intestate. Letters of administration to John Hill farmer Tarcowie to settle the estate Grant Book 24 Page 515 County Frome

No 9

HILL, William carter Kapunda Hundred of Alma land grant 1860 Grant Book 26 Page 10 County Gawler

HILL, William farmer Hundred of Alma Hundred of Alma land grant 1862 Grant Book 26 Page 11 County Gawler

No 10

HILL, William baker Norwood 1862[-1864] Memorial 198/287

HILL, William baker Kensington Rd, Norwood 1875 Application 14733

No 10

HILL, William farmer near Nairne 1866 Application 7521

No 11 – perhaps the same person

HILL, William miller Adelaide 1871 Application 11413

HILL, William miller New Glenelg Edithburgh township allotment land grant 1874 Grant Book 19 Page 489 County Fergusson

HILL, William miller Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of Pirie land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 287 County Victoria

HILL, William miller Adelaide Co Adelaide. Quorn (Hundred of Pichi Richi) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 49 Page 2 County Newcastle

No 12

HILL, William blacksmith Cradock Cradock (Hundred of Wirreanda) township allotment land grant 1879 Grant Book 28 Page 28 County Granville

No 13

HILL, William farmer Langhorne Bridge Co Hindmarsh. Hundred of Booyoolie land grant 1881 Grant Book 60 Page 158 County Victoria

No 14

HILL, William Minister of the Gospel Newcastle NSW and William Percival HILL banker’s clerk Inverell NSW, power of attorney to George Henry HEMING importer Adelaide, to manage their property in Henrietta St, Adelaide 30/11/1883 Deposit 186/1885

HILL, William minister of the gospel Newcastle NSW linked with William Percival Hill banker's clerk Inverell NSW 1885 Memorial 140/370

No 15

HILL, William farmer near Nairne Co Sturt. Hundred of Crystal Brook land grant 1884 Grant Book 60 Page 234 County Victoria

No 16

HILL, William farmer Willochra 1885 Memorial 60/367

No 17

HILL, William farmer near Macclesfield 1886 Memorial 77/391

HILL, William farmer Macclesfield and Emily Hill his wife 1907 Memorial 221/456

HILL, William farmer near Macclesfield. His wife, Emily Hill, died 18/5/1907 intestate Memorial 201/457

No 18

HILL, William carpenter Queen St, Kensington 1890 Memorial 222/402

No 19

HILL, William gentleman Hawker. Hawker (Hundred of Wonoka) township allotment land grant 1893 Grant Book 5 Page 17 County Blachford

HILL, William Aston farmer and grazier Encounter Bay 1867 Memorial 117/221

HILL, William Burke butcher Strathalbyn 1871 Memorial 9/252

HILL, WC clerk to Messrs MOULDEN & Son solicitors Adelaide 1888 Memorial 118/394

No 1

HILL, William Henry carpenter South Para River 1860 Memorial 139/168

No 2

HILL, William Henry machinist Gawler Co Gawler. Hundred of Barunga 1886 Grant Book 14 Page 476 County Daly

No 3

HILL, William Henry the Younger farmer Mundoora 1883[-1892] Memorial 36/376

No 1

HILL, William John labourer Boolcunda 1889 Memorial 187/399

No 2

HILL, William John Manager for Messrs John DARLING & Son Franklin St, Adelaide 1912 Application 26141

No 1

HILL, William Parr farmer Willunga 1851 Memorial 302/37

HILL, William Parr surgeon Willunga 1851[-1853] Memorial 302/37

HILL, William Parr surgeon Kooringa 1854 Memorial 291/73

HILL, William Parr surgeon Pt Elliot, died 30/9/1865. Estate worth £1,600. Executors; the testator's brothers-in-law, Thomas TAYLOR and William Henry Taylor gentlemen Willunga. WH Taylor was an overseer at Wirrabara by 1865 Memorial 226/310

HILL, William Parr surgeon Pt Elliot, died 30/9/1865 brother-in-law to William Henry TAYLOR (died before 1886) and also Thomas John TAYLOR gentleman Glenwood Willunga who died 3/1/1886. Mrs WP Hill (nee Rosanna Taylor) lived at Glenwood in 1886, as did her daughter, Annie Louisa Hill spinster. Mrs Hill's son, William John Hill, was a bank manager at Nairne. Elizabeth Taylor spinster Glenwood and Lewes KELL chaff merchant Unley were surviving executors of Dr Hill's will in 1886 Memorial 101/381

No 1 - William Rowe Hill commonly known as William Hill the Elder and his son William Hill the Younger

HILL, William miner Adelaide (Currie St) 1838[-1848]. He could not write Application 1914

HILL, William formerly miner Adelaide (Currie St), but now of Sleep's Tiers 1848 Application 25653

HILL, William farmer The Tiers 1848 Memorial 306/10

HILL, William cattleholder Sleep’s Tiers 1849 Memorial 9/21 Farmer Sleep’s Tiers 1850[-1853] Memorial 113/27

HILL, William the Elder yeoman Mt Barker 1854 Memorial 70/68

HILL, William Rowe sometimes by mistake called William Hill farmer Scott Creek [Hundred of Noarlunga] 1854 Application 12967

HILL, William farmer Scott Creek near the Onkaparinga 1851[-1853] Memorial 33/38

HILL, William landholder Scott Creek 1852[-1855] Memorial 69/43 Hundred of Noarlunga land grant 1855 Memorial 451/90

HILL, William farmer Scott Creek Hundred of Noarlunga 1856 Memorial 176/106

HILL, WIlliam the Elder [formerly yeoman Mt Barker but now] farmer The Bremer near Strathalbyn 1861 Memorial 194/172

HILL, William farmer Scott Creek near Cherry Gardens 1861 Application 2556

HILL, William farmer Scott Creek near Cherry Gardens 1862[-1868] Memorial 217/186

HILL, William farmer Cherry Gardens 1866 Application 7557

HILL, William landholder Scott Creek 1866 Application 7343

HILL, William the Elder formerly yeoman Mt Barker 1854 but now farmer Langhorne Creek 1870 Application 10597

HILL, William the Elder farmer formerly of Langhorne Creek 1853 but now of Cherry Gardens 1873 Application 12505

HILL, William Roland the Younger station hand near Penola Hundred of Monbulla land grant 1901 Grant Book 31 Page 67 County Grey

HILL, William Saunders farmer Dry Creek Hundred of Maitland land grant 1880 Grant Book 19 Page 104 County Fergusson

No 1

HILLAM, John labourer Adelaide 1841 Application 20894

HILLAM, John labourer formerly of Adelaide but now of Mt Barker and Nancy Hillam his wife 1846 Memorial 491/6

HILLAM, John farmer Littlehampton 1853 Memorial 112/54

HILLAM, John yeoman Littlehampton 1853 Memorial 480/61

HILLAM, John yeoman [formerly of Littlehampton but then of] Hahndorf 1854[-1856] Memorial 323/70

No 1

HILLAM, Priestley yeoman Hahndorf 1853[-1855] Memorial 481/61

HILLAM, Priestley farmer Baroota. Trustee unnamed Chapel and School Hundred of Baroota land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 696 County Frome

HILLAM, Priestley of Baroota 1886 Memorial 81/379

HILLAM, Samuel Hotchin farmer Dawson Dawson (Hundred of Coglin) township allotment land grant 1890 Grant Book 34 Page 5 County Herbert

HILLARY, Anthony farmer Upper Wakefield 1867 Memorial 107/221

HILLARY, Patrick farmer Carrieton 1885 Memorial 79/373

HILLBURN, George gardener Klemzig , aged 65 in 1936, declared that he had lived in the area for 35 years Application 28010

No 1

HILLCOAT, John William farmer Kensington 1855 Memorial 467/93

HILLCOAT, John William cattle dealer Beaumont 1855 Memorial 390/85

HILLCOAT, John William stockowner Beaumont 1856 Memorial 21/98

HILLEBRAND, August farmer Gawler River 1859 Memorial 295/161

HILLER, Heinrich labourer Lobethal 1885 Application 20786

HILLER, W clothier Mt Gambier 1881 Memorial 38/335

HILLERY, Thomas labourer Auburn 1859 Memorial 300/160

HILLIARD, AM proclaimed bank manager Salisbury 1953 Memorial 185/528

HILLIER, Edward Henry Guster labourer Unley 1923 Application 27144

HILLIER, Frank Horace farmer Gawler River 1922 Application 27115

No 1

HILLIER, George yeoman Adelaide 1849 Memorial 343/25

HILLIER, George landowner Walkerville 1851 Memorial 64/30

HILLIER, George the Elder yeoman Walkerville linked with John Hillier shopkeeper North Adelaide 1852 Memorial 24/42

HILLIER, George the Elder yeoman Walkerville 1873[-1876] Memorial 51/265

HILLIER, George labourer Walkerville, died 17/12/1878. Some personal estate to his son, John Hillier baker North Adelaide and daughter, Elizabeth SNELLING. The bulk of the £20 estate to the testator's wife, Marion Hillier Memorial 62/316

HILLIER, Marion widow Walkerville 1881[-1884] Memorial 219/330

HILLIER, Marion widow of George Hillier labourer Walkerville, had lived at Walkerville since 1842. She married George Hillier in 1868. Her husband had lived on the same site in Walkerville since she first knew him in 1842 until he sold the property to William WOOLEY in 1875 Application 19194

No 2

HILLIER, George farmer Gawler Plains 1855[-1859] Memorial 482/87

HILLIER, George wheelwright Adelaide married Leonora nee ? on 24/1/1850. The family moved to farm at Gawler Plains in partnership with one Robert Wood on Pt Section 115 Hundred of Munno Para from 1854 until 1859 when George Hillier purchased Robert Wood's interest. George Hillier died 2/4/1892 and his widow Leonora Hillier continued to run the property 1905 Application 24938

No 3

HILLIER, George labourer Pt Augusta 1883 Memorial 167/350

HILLIER, Henry of Adelaide employed on the SA Railway 1869 Memorial 103/241

No 1 - perhaps the same person

HILLIER, Isaac baker Walkerville 1850[-1853] Memorial 100/23

HILLIER, Isaac baker Pt Elliot 1856 Memorial 72/101

HILLIER, James labourer GF ANGAS's Section at Walkerville 1840 He bought lot 4 from George TRUSSELL of Walkerville, who had sub-divided an acre of land (Block 93) in Fuller St, Walkerville, into 18 sub-lots Application 18302

No 1

HILLIER, James A law clerk Adelaide 1928 Memorial 133/501

HILLIER, James August law clerk Adelaide, employed by Messrs BAKER, MCEWIN, LIGERTWOOD & MILLHOUSE solicitors Victoria Square West, Adelaide 1929 Application 27709

No 1

HILLIER, Jane schoolmistress Adelaide 1848 Memorial 488/25

HILLIER, Jane widow Old Brighton 1853 Memorial 296/59

HILLIER, Jane widow formerly of Old Brighton but now of Dorsetta Tce [town not stated] 1861 Memorial 129/179

HILLIER, Jane widow Adelaide, died 1864. She left her entire estate to her children John Foach Hillier and Jane Starkey Hillier Memorial 141/199

HILLIER, Jessamine May, born 3/3/1914, the only daughter of William Thomas Knight Hillier and Evelyn nee WATT. On 21/9/1946, JM Hillier married Hugh COCHRANE on 21/9/1946. By 1972, the Cochranes were living at 99 Hillier Rd, Reynella, WTK Hillier retired railway blocker Hillier Rd, Reynella, died 3/3/1967, of uraemia, hypertensive renal failure, and hypertensive cardiac failure, aged 84. Born in Adelaide, he had married aged 25 and had 1 son and 1 daughter living; also 1 son deceased Application 29851

No 1 - perhaps the same person

HILLIER, John innkeeper Adelaide (Brown St) 1840 Application 26765

HILLIER, John labourer Adelaide 1843 Memorial 30/319

No 2

HILLIER, John wheelwright Adelaide 1844 Memorial 222/64

HILLIER, John blacksmith Adelaide 1848 Memorial 340/59

HILLIER, John wheelwright Adelaide (Grey St), died c 1859. He left estate to his wife, Priscilla Hillier Memorial 237/151

HILLIER, John wheelwright Adelaide, died 27/3/1859. By 1881, his widow, Priscilla Hillier, lived at Gawler River Memorial 75/330

No 3

HILLIER, John baker Pt Adelaide 1850 Memorial 257/25

No 4

HILLIER, John storekeeper North Adelaide 1847[-1851] Memorial 443/8

HILLIER, John baker North Adelaide 1881 Memorial 50/332

HILLIER, John gentleman Melbourne St, North Adelaide, died 3/4/1892. Estate worth £2,040 Memorial 77/413

No 5

HILLIER, John storekeeper North Adelaide 1910 Application 25828

HILLIER, John Foach printer Adelaide and Jane Starkey Hillier spinster Adelaide 1864 Memorial 122/199

HILLIER, John Foulis of Unley and Elizabeth Hillier his wife 1902 Memorial 31/445

No 1

HILLIER, John Francis of Adrian's Gully Scott Creek linked with Elizabeth Hillier nurse Rose St, Goodwood [Are they husband and wife as stated in the will of the late TK MOORE?] 1902 Memorial 238/44

HILLIER, John Francis coachsmith Frewville husband of Elizabeth Hillier of Goodwood 1902 Memorial 89/445

HILLIER, John Francis of Hammersmith. His wife, Elizabeth Hillier, died 26/11/1917. Parents of Arthur John Francis Hillier, William Thomas Knight Hillier and probably Edwin Henry Guster Hillier. James Frederick DOWNER could be some relative - probably a son of Frank Hagger Downer solicitor Adelaide who was Mrs Hillier's executor Memorial 172/476

HILLIER, Elizabeth married woman Hammersmith [Possibly wife of John Hillier no description] 1907 Memorials 93/445 & 31/458

HILLIER, Edwin Henry labourer Unley and William Thomas Knight Hillier fireman Unley children of the late Elizabeth Hillier 1918 Memorial 178/477

HILLIER, Elizabeth nee Moore wife of John Francis Hillier of Hammersmith died 26/11/1917. She left her estate in trust for her sons, Arthur John Francis Hillier, William Thomas Knight Hillier (died 3/3/1967) and Edwin Henry Guster Hillier during their respective lifetimes, then to their children absolutely in equal shares according to the parent's portion in remainder expectant. The first trustees were Frank Hagger Downer and James Frederick DOWNER (the latter person refused to serve), personal friends of E Hillier's. Mrs Hillier was the daughter of Thomas Knight MOORE sometimes called Thomas Moore (died 8/3/1882) and his wife, Elizabeth Moore (died 5/7/1898). Elizabeth Moore the Younger married John Francis Hillier on 15/1/1878 Application 29765

No 1

HILLIER, Moses farmer Bull Creek near Macclesfield 1857[-1875] Memorial 318/116

HILLIER, Moses farmer Kondoparinga 1857 Memorial 90/118

HILLIER, Moses farmer Kondoparinga Hundred of Kondoparinga land grant 1865 Grant Book 36 Page 281 County Hindmarsh

HILLIER, Moses farmer formerly of Bull Creek 1869 but now of Kondoparinga 1875 [Could be the same address] Application 14731

HILLIER, Ralph Harold tinsmith Gawler Railway 1937 linked with Elizabeth Margaret Hillier widow Gawler Railway Application 28027

HILLIER, RE clerk Mt Pleasant 1914 Memorial 161/470

HILLIER, Thomas mason Wauraltee Hundred of Wauraltee land grant 1883 Grant Book 19 Page 224 County Fergusson

No 1 - probably the same person

HILLIER, William blacksmith Kapunda 1864 Application 5186.

HILLIER, William machinist Kapunda 1877 Application 16089.

No 1

HILLIER, William Hallows licensed victualler Brighton Road near Adelaide 1850 Memorial 179/27

HILLIER, William Hallows printer Adelaide 1854 Loyal Adelaide Oddfellows Lodge trustee Memorial 238/74

HILLIER, William H of Hindley St, Adelaide 1855 Memorial 493/93

HILLIER, William Hallows bookseller Adelaide 1858 Memorial 276/140

HILLIER, William Smith shoemaker Adelaide 1850[-1854] Memorial 399/27, Application 3501

HILLIER, William Thomas Knight fireman Unley 1931[-1933] Memorial 18/504

HILLIERE, George teamster Mundulla 1884 Memorial 134/356

HILLMAN, G clerk Adelaide 1887 Memorial 50/383

No 1

HILLMAN, Gilbert butcher Wilmington 1888 Memorial 133/389

No 2

HILLMAN, Gilbert land and estate agent Adelaide 1910 Memorial 239/462

No 1

Hillman, John carpenter Adelaide 1838 Application 28446

HILLMAN, John carpenter & joiner Adelaide 1839 Memorial 347/59, Application 2262

No 2

HILLMAN, John labourer Adelaide 1839. A very tangled web of mortgages. Linked with William Hillman labourer Findon and John Hillman gardener Adelaide by 1901 [Is this John Hillman the Elder and John Hillman the Younger?] Application 24166

No 3 - likely to be a continuation from No 2

HILLMAN, John farmer near Nairne 1849[-1851] Memorial 500/13

HILLMAN, John farmer Nairne. Director of the Mt Barker Steam Flour Mill Company 1853 Application 6901

HILLMAN, John farmer Uplands near Nairne linked with Thomas Hillman and Richard Thomas Hillman farmers Native Valley 1858 Memorials 117 & 118/134

HILLMAN, John farmer Sawpit Gully near Nairne 1865[-1866] Memorial 150/207

HILLMAN, John farmer Mine Block near Nairne 1868 Memorial 83/230

HILLMAN, John the Elder and Younger farmers Kanmantoo 1871 Application 11291

HILLMAN, John farmer Nairne Co Sturt. Hundred of Willowie land grant 1882 Grant Book 24 Page 744 County Frome

No 4

HILLMAN, John farmer South-Eastern District of SA 1860 Memorial 277/168 Farmer Tilley Swamp 1860 Memorial 280/168

No 5

HILLMAN, John gardener Adelaide linked with William Hillman labourer Findon 1901 Memorial 152/442

HILLMAN, John Henry apiarist and Florence Rhoda Hillman married woman both of Robe 1947 Application 28535

HILLMAN, Joseph William gentleman Glenelg 1911 Memorial 123/464

HILLMAN, Leonard farmer Basonhill Farm near Woodside 1858 [Was there a family link with Henry SHUTE farmer of the same address??] Memorial 212/142

HILLMAN, Richard Thomas farmer Native Valley near Nairne 1863 Memorial 243/191

No 1

HILLMAN, Thomas Bible Christian minister Kooringa 1856[-1859] Memorial 274/102 Watervale was in his circuit Memorial 139/128

HILLMAN, Thomas of Auburn 1861[-1861] Memorial 278/169

HILLMAN, Thomas Bible Christian minister Auburn 1863[-1876] Memorial 146/448

HILLMAN, Thomas Bible Christian Minister Kooringa 1876 Memorial 130/289

HILLMAN, Thomas Minister of the Gospel Brompton 1883 Application 19608

HILLMOYLE, John of the vicinity of the Burra Mine 1853 Memorial 452/51

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

HILLS, George wheelwright Queenstown 1857[-1864] Memorial 96/135, Application 5256

HILLS, George the Elder wheelwright Queenstown, died 1871. He left his entire estate to his son, George Hills the Younger no description Memorial 140/287

HILLS, George the Elder, died 30/5/1871; father of George Hills the Younger wheelwright Queenstown 1876 Memorial 71/292

HILLS, George [the Younger?] wheelwright York township near Hindmarsh 1876 Memorial 194/287

No 2

HILLS, George mariner Pt Adelaide 1863[-1867] Memorial 232/189

HILLS, George formerly mariner 1863 but now baker Pt Adelaide 1870 Application 11006

HILLS, George formerly mariner Le Fevre Peninsula 1865 now baker and confectioner Pt Adelaide 1871 Application 11526

HILLS, George pastry cook Pt Adelaide 1879 Memorial 169/318

HILLS, George pastrycook Pt Adelaide 1881 Application 18795

HILLS, Henry Alexander secretary Monmouth Road, Westbourne Park 1941 Memorial 69/515

HILLS, Ida Gladys draper Pt Lincoln 1958 Application 29279

HILLS, John baker and confectioner Pt Adelaide 1868 Memorial 68/229

HILLS, Thomas cabinetmaker Adelaide (Flinders St), became a bankrupt in 1864 Memorial 306/200

No 1

HILLSON, John Corber accountant Adelaide 1871 Memorial 17/266

HILLSON, John C bank manager Mt Gambier 1877 Memorial 7/376

HILLSON, John C bank manager Riverton 1881 Memorial 124/335

HILLSON, John Corber of Palmerston, Northern Territory, power of attorney to John Garlick PITCHER of Adelaide, to sell certain lands in SA 1/12/1883 Deposit 51/1884

HILLSON, John Corber of Palmerston in the Northern Territory of SA 1884 Memorial 100/356

No 1 - possibly the same person

HILLSON, WR of Little Gilbert St, Adelaide 1875 Memorial 231/284

HILLSON, William Rushford tram driver Kensington 1899 Application 23894

HILLWOOD, Myrtle Annie Viola married woman hotelkeeper Railway Hotel Pt Adelaide 1925[-1926] Memorial 195/492

No 1

HILMERS, Philipp agent Adelaide (Rundle St) 1849 Memorial 380/18

HILMERS, Philipp agent Adelaide (Rundle St) 1849. Hundred of Barossa land grant Grant Book 1 Page 31 County Adelaide

HILMERS, Philipp agent Adelaide 1852 Memorial 21/44

HILSELL, Frederick iron founder Thebarton 1880 Application 17804.7474

HILSENITZ, Johann August farmer Flaxman Valley 1887 Application 21226

HILTON, Amelia Ribouleau widow Adelaide 1881 Memorial 22/330

HILTON, Camelia May home duties Dublin changed her name to Camelia May WOOLLARD 1949 Memorial 133/524

No 1

HILTON, Henry brewer Pt Augusta 1879[-1880] Memorial 98/314

No 2

HILTON, Henry gardener Malvern 1898 Memorial 242/435

HILTON, Henry Denyer printer Adelaide 1850[-1857] Memorial 427/26 Loyal Adelaide Oddfellows Lodge trustee 1854 Memorial 238/74 Of Adelaide (Hindley St) 1854 Memorial 427/77

HILTON, Israel gardener Campbelltown 1857 Memorial 174/122

HILTON, James Government Offices Keeper Adelaide 1851 Memorial 334/37

No 1

HILTON, Joseph Woodville lighthouse keeper Point Lowly and Eliza Hilton his wife 1899 Memorial 51/439

HILTON, Joseph Woodrow (or Woodville) lighthouse keeper formerly of Point Lowly but now of Cape Banks and Eliza Hilton his wife 1914[-1926] Memorial 133/471

HILTON, Joseph Woodrow lighthouse keeper Cape Banks 1914 Application 26312

HILTON, Eliza widow Blackwood [relict of the late JW Hilton formerly lighthouse keeper Cape Banks but now deceased] 1927 Application 27567

HILTON, Kingsley Winlo manager Brighton 1953 Memorial 60/528

No 1

HILTON, RE JP of Minlaton 1882 Memorial 142/343

HILTON, RE JP of Moonta 1889 Memorial 140/396

No 1 - likely to be the same person

HILTON, Richard of the Reedbeds near Adelaide took out a five-year lease of the Scotch Thistle Inn and cottage North Adelaide (Kermode St) 1866 Memorial 239/213

HILTON, Richard licensed victualler Goolwa, took a 10-year lease of the Goolwa Hotel at £182 a year from Thomas Fisher GLOVER licensed victualler Goolwa 1869 Memorial 146/242

HILTON, Richard Edmund miller Middleton 1868 Application 9447

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

HILTON, Robert master mariner Milang 1867[-1870] Memorial 246/225

HILTON, Robert master mariner Clarendon 1877 Application 16161

HILTON, Robert master mariner Clarendon 1882 Memorial 201/343

HILTON, Robert master mariner Clarendon and Sarah Hilton his wife 1888 Application 21373

HILTON, Robert farmer Clarendon 1927 Application 27567

HILTON, RG miller Two Wells 1875 Memorial 129/286

No 1

HILTON, Robert Richard clerk Adelaide Co Adelaide. Tarcowie (Hundred of Tarcowie) township allotment land grant 1875 Grant Book 13 Page 27 County Dalhousie

HILTON, Robert Richard clerk Adelaide Co Adelaide. Booyoolie (later part of Gladstone Hundred of Booyoolie) township allotment land grant 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 312 County Victoria

HILTON, Thomas Woodrow lighthouse keeper formerly of Cape Banks and Point Lowly and Eliza Hilton his wife 1926 Memorial 45/495

No 1

HILTON, William farmer White Valley near Willunga 1853[-1856] Memorial 478/55

HILTON, William carpenter White Valley near Willunga 1878 Memorial 81/310

No 2

HILTON, WIlliam butcher Smith Creek 1857 Memorial 319/120

HIME, Augustus labourer Pt Adelaide and Elizabeth Hime his wife 1876 Memorial 209/294, Application 15646

HIMMELREICH, August Herrmann cabinetmaker Edwardstown. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1915 Grant Book 2 Page 34 County Adelaide

HIMMELREICH, Julia Susannah married woman Adelaide 1927 Memorial 76/497

No 1

HINCE, Francis Goode butcher Adelaide 1863 Memorial 176/189

HINCE, Francis Goode butcher Adelaide Co Adelaide. Moonta (Hundred of Wallaroo) township allotment land grant 1863 Grant Book 14 Page 107 County Daly

HINCE, Francis Goode butcher Adelaide took out a lease of a shop (No 13 Rundle St formerly ARMBRUSTER's tobacconist shop) on the east side of the Red Lion Inn, 'together with the sitting room and kitchen in the rear' in July 1865. In August 1866, FG Hince assigned the lease to William KITHER butcher Adelaide Memorials 230 & 231/214

HINCE, Francis Goode butcher Adelaide 1866 Application 7975

HINCE, Francis Goode butcher Stepney 1869 Memorial 88/243

HINCE, Francis Goode meat preserver Adelaide became a bankrupt in 1874 Memorial 190/284

HINCE, Francis Goode boardinghouse keeper Adelaide 1878[-1879] took out a lease of those underground rooms known as the Adelaide Wine Shades 'together with the kitchen in the top floor of the building erected on the ground', corner of Hindley and King William Sts (Pt TA 78) - 'to be used as a restaurant or the sale of wine'. He operated the business for only a year Memorials 191/308 and 241/324.

HINCE, Francis Goode out of business Adelaide 1879. A note that in 1855, his mother, Sarah Hince, was about to marry Jacob SMITH of London, England, who had died by 1879 Memorial 97/319

No 1

HINCE, Henry William of Adelaide 1855 Memorial 169/89

HINCE, Henry William engineer Adelaide (Peel St) 1871 Memorial 248/252

HINCH, August Henry farmer Point McLeay Meningie (Hundred of Bonney) township allotment land grant 1883 Grant Book 54 Page 55 County Russell

No 1

HINCH, James brickmaker Brompton 1852[-1853] Memorial 334/44

HINCH, James brickmaker Bowden 1853 Memorial 230/48

No 1

HINCHLIFFE, George stone sawyer Hindmarsh 1851 Memorial 206/31

HINCHLIFFE, George labourer Bowden 1855 Memorial 92/87

HINCHLIFFE, George labourer Bowden, power of attorney to William PRESS of Hindmarsh, to manage his property in Bowden 20/5/1855 Deposit 445/1855

HINCHLIFFE, George formerly labourer Hindmarsh 1855 but now sawyer of parts beyond the sea 1866 Application 7338

No 1 - perhaps the same person

HINCKLEE, William labourer New Forest 1850 Memoria139/22

HINCKLEE, William Brown labourer New Tiers 1857 Memorial 254/130

HINCHLEE, William Brown labourer formerly of the New Tiers, now of Warnambool Vic. James George WITT gentleman Adelaide declared he was his agent and knew him well before he left for Vic. Hinchlee wanted to sell 12 acres of land pt Section 12 Hundred of Onkaparinga 1867 Application 8504

HINCHLEE, William Brown labourer formerly of the New Tiers 1852 now of Warnambool Vic 1867 Application 8504

No 1

HINCKLEY, Thomas surveyor Pine Forest 1851 Enrolment 8/13

HINCKLEY, Thomas engineer Great North Road Enfield 1851 Memorial 277/37

HINCKLEY, Thomas civil engineer Tapley Hill. Hundred of Noarlunga land grant 1852 Grant Book 1 Page 121 County Adelaide

HINCKLEY, Thomas surveyor Adelaide 1852[-1854] Memorial 313/39 Contractor Adelaide 1854 Memorial 88/73

HINCKLEY, Thomas gentleman Pine Forest 1853 Memorial 454/59

HINCKLEY, Thomas gentleman Hindmarsh 1853 Memorial 222/48

HINCKLEY, Thomas contractor Brompton 1854[-1856] Memorial 168/62 Gentleman Adelaide 1857 Memorial 290/114

Formerly of Adelaide but now of Melbourne Vic 1857[-1859] Memorial 87/129

HINCKLEY, Thomas contractor formerly of Brompton but now temporarily residing in Adelaide 1858 Memorial 103/133

HINCKLEY, Thomas gentleman Cardigan near Ballarat Vic. He owned land in West Mitcham 1862 Memorial 332/184

HINCKLEY, Thomas formerly surveyor Adelaide but now road contractor Narracoorte 1867 Memorial 141/231

HINCKLEY, Thomas road contractor Narracoorte 1867[-1869] Memorial 228/221, Application 9666

HINCKLEY, Thomas contractor Naracoorte Hundred of Naracoorte land grant 1870 Grant Book 50 Page 93 County Robe

HINCKLEY, Thomas farmer Narracoorte 1871 Memorial 181/255

HINCKS, Henry JP storekeeper Pt Victoria 1880 Memorial 52/435

HINCKS, Henry John storekeeper Adelaide 1849 Memorial 273/18

No 1

HINCKS, Thomas farmer Booyoolie. Hundred of Booyoolie land grant 1877 Grant Book 60 Page 149 County Victoria

HINCKS, Thomas farmer Booyoolie Co Victoria. Hundred of Appila land grant 1884 Grant Book 24 Page 511 County Frome

No 1

HINDE, William of Walkerville 1854 Memorial 229/62

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

HINDE, William Master of the Supreme Court Adelaide 1875 Application 26059

HINDE, William sheriff of the province of SA Adelaide 1877 Memorial 198/298

HINDE, William Master of the Supreme Court Adelaide, about to proceed on a voyage to England, made his will. His entire estate to his wife, Mary Frances Hinde absolutely, and in case she has died, to his daughters Mary Amphillis Hinde, Amelia Jane Hinde, Hele Frances Hinde, Alice Berthon Hinde and Mabel Charlotte Hinde, in equal shares absolutely 1878 Memorial 86/312

HINDE, William died 11/9/1878 Memorial 83/313

HINDE, Mary Frances nee WILLIAMS widow Gilberton 1908, declared that she was a sister to Elizabeth LITHGOW widow Stepney, who died 16/6/1899 (daughters of Thomas Williams of the Hermitage near Houghton) Application 25689

No 1

HINDE, WJ of the Lands Titles Office Adelaide 1880 Memorial 113/324

HINDE, William John civil servant Adelaide 1883 Memorial 98/347

HINDE, William John clerk Adelaide 1885 Memorial 240/363

HINDES, Frederick cabinetmaker Adelaide (Pulteney St) 1878 Memorial 207/310

HINDES, FW of Sellick Hill 1885 Memorial 154/369

No 1

HINDES, William Henry mason Milang 1882 Memorial 21/343

HINDES, William Henry formerly mason Milang but now market gardener Payneham 1901 Application 24149

No 1

HINDLEY, Charles Esquire Dukinfield Lodge Ashton under Lyne, Lancs, England 1852 Memorial 294/52

HINDLEY, Charles Esquire Portland House, Ashton under Lyne Lancs, England, died Dartmouth House, Dartmouth St, London, Middlesex, England, on 1/12/1857. Father of Hannah WOODS wife of Henry Woods Esquire (died before her father). Grandfather of William Woods and Caroline Woods (died before her grandfather). Charles Frederic Hindley mentioned but not described. William Woods Esquire Warnford Park, Bishops Waltham, Hants, England, died c1932. Husband of Emma Agnes Woods (who died 27/10/1936). Father of Henry Charles Woods of Warnford Park Memorials 92-94/511

HINDLEY, William builder Norwood 1895 Application 22902

HINDLIP, Samuel Charles the Baron Hindlip, of no given address, power of attorney to Richard Chaffey BAKER CMG Adelaide, to manage his business affairs in SA and Vic 14/4/1888 Deposit 44/1890

HINDMARSH, H station manager Pohni 1885 Memorial 149/369

No 1 - the Elder

HINDMARSH, John Knight, Captain in the Royal Navy, Lieutenant Governor of Heligoland, power of attorney to Henry Walter PARKER barrister Adelaide, to manage his SA affairs 11/10/1851. He had formerly given power of attorney to his son-in-law, Alfred Miller MUNDY Esquire Adelaide, to manage his SA affairs 22/9/1842 Deposits 22 & 23/OA

No 2 - the Younger

HINDMARSH, John the Younger Esquire formerly of the Middle Temple, London, Middlesex, England but now of Norwood 1858 Memorial 271/140

HINDMARSH, John Esquire Norwood 1859 Memorial 225/150

HINDMARSH, John Esquire formerly of Norwood but now of Pt Elliot 1861 Memorial 119/171

HINDMARSH, John Esquire of Mootiparinga Farm near Pt Elliot and of the Middle Temple in London, Middlesex, England 1864[-1866] Memorial 236/197

HINDMARSH, John the Younger merchant Gordon Park Napier New Zealand 1899 Memorial 19/438

HINDMARSH, John [formerly the Younger] barrister-at-law Napier New Zealand, died c1903. His executors appointed Charlotte Henrietta LINDSAY widow Edzell Victor Harbor, to finalise the estate in South Australia Memorial 186/450

HINDMARSH, John Esquire formerly of Norwood, now of the Middle Temple, London, and of Napier, New Zealand 1883 Application 20008

HINDMARSH, John Esquire Pohni, Hawkes Bay, New Zealand 1885. He had a spinster daughter called Florence Emily Hindmarsh Application 20800

No 1

HINDS, Charles Ridley Esquire formerly of Perth WA but now of Adelaide 1849 Memorial 233/14

HINDS, Charles Ridley gentleman North Adelaide. Perhaps a family link with John Hinds Yaldwin of Adelaide who witnessed many of CR Hinds' business transactions 1852 Memorial 189/45

HINDS, Charles Ridley gentleman Adelaide, power of attorney to William John LAWRENCE gentleman Brougham Place, North Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 30/9/1853 & 20/12/1858 Deposits 183/OA & 265/1860

HINDS, Charles Ridley Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now of parts beyond the seas 1854 Memorial 171/72

HINDS, Charles Ridley gentleman formerly of North Adelaide but now in England 1860 Memorial 109/163

HINDS, Charles Ridley gentleman formerly of North Adelaide but now of Henlow, Beds, England 1861 Memorial 314/175

HINDS, Charles Ridley gentleman Lillington, Leamington, Co Warwick, England 1862[-1865] Memorial 100/181

HINDS, Charles Ridley gentleman formerly of North Adelaide but now of Godalming, Surrey, England 1870[-1875] Memorial 218/244

HINDS, Charles Ridley of Adelaide 1921 Memorial 1/484

HINDS, Susanna widow North Adelaide relict of the late Richard Hinds of Western Australia, died 1/4/1855. She left her entire estate in equal shares to her children; Sarah Boyle LAWRENCE wife of William John Lawrence, Ellen YALDWYN wife of John Whitehead Yaldwyn, and Charles Ridley Hinds. CR Hinds to be the executor of the will, and in the event of his death, John Whitehead Yaldwyn of the Honourable East India Company's service residing at Moulmaine in India, to act. In 1872, WJ Lawrence formerly of Adelaide but now of 25 Sunderland Tce, Westbourne Park, London, Middlesex, England; JW Yaldwyn formerly of British India but now of 116 Queen's Road, Bayswater, London, Middlesex; CR Hinds Esquire formerly of North Adelaide but now ofSpringwood House Godalming, Surrey, England Memorials 429/86, 241/263

No 1

HINE, Henry James labourer Adelaide 1853 Memorial 294/60

HINE, Henry James bank porter Adelaide 1855 Memorial 168/90

HINE, Henry James farmer Kapunda 1861. Thomas Hine mentioned but not described Memorial 206/173

HINE, Henry James formerly bank porter Adelaide 1855 but now messenger Kapunda 1872 Application 12416

HINE, Henry James postmaster Kapunda 1866 His father, James Samuel Hine Protestant Dissenting Minister Jarnac, Guernsey, died 14/10/1866, of a bladder complaint, ‘to join the realms above’. Each year he had gone to Vichy, France, to take the waters for his illness. He left his estate to his wife, Sarah Hine, in trust for life, then to his children in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant. He left land in Nottingham, Notts, England. Another son, Frank (Francis???), supposed to be in Hokatika, New Zealand. The Rev’d Mr Hine had also bought Section 1552 north of Allen Creek for £250 in 1856. Another son, Thomas Hine, had remained in England, ‘who has launched into the married state in a very imprudent way and who is now at the head of a large family with no means to support his children. If he were put in possession of the small estate of Allen Creek, would it be prudent to let him dispose of it and could he invest his money in such a manner as to make a living.’ JS Hine’s brother, George Hine, also came from Jarnac 1867 Application 10032

HINE, Sarah widow Jarnac, Charente, France linked with Thomas Delamain Hine farmer Allen Creek 1868 Memorial 138/230

HINE, James Henry malster Hindmarsh and Ella Annie Hine his wife 1910 Application 25934

HINE, Thomas farmer Yarralinca near Hamilton on the Light 1861 Memorial 38/179

HINE, William shoemaker Third Creek 1847 Memorial 452/9

HINES, John farm labourer Marion and his wife lived in a small pug hut at Marion. After his wife died, illiterate John Hines went to live in the Adelaide Destitute Asylum, where he died 20/2/1881 of senile decay, aged 63. Father of William HINDS/HINES 28 groom Marion, who married Mary Ellen nee RAFTERY 24 Marion (Father: James Raftery) on 21/10/1891 at St Ann's Marion. Minister: Patrick T RUSSELL. Witnesses: William Raftery labourer North Adelaide and Annie DEVITT spinster Glenelg. They had only one child, Ellen Dorothy Hines, born 6/7/1894. W Hines labourer Marion died 29/4/1900 Adelaide Hospital. He left his £100 estate to his wife, Mary Ellen Hines, for life or while she remained his widow, then to his daughter, Ellen Dorothy Hines, in remainder expectant. Mary Ellen Hines 43 widow North Adelaide (Father: James RAFTERY) remarried to George CARPENTER 49 labourer Tarcowie (Father: Joseph Carpenter) on 17/3/1904 RC Presbytery Kingston Tce, North Adelaide. Neither the bride or the groom could write. Minister: Patrick HURLEY. Witnesses: Charles Harold SIMPER labourer Adelaide and Agnes Josephine Raftery of Adelaide. Dorothy Hines 24 nurse Tarcowie married James MEANEY 23 farmer Hornsdale (Father: Michael Meaney) on 6/2/1918 St Philip and St James Church, Appila Yarcowie. Minister: James Joseph PRENDERGAST. Witnesses: Michael Edgar Meaney farmer Horsdale and Annie Elizabeth Raftery spinster Tarcowie. By 1925, James Meaney was a farmer near Jamestown. Mrs Meaney rented out her acre of land at Marion (pt Section 118 Hundred of Noarlunga), which her agent, her father's executor, John William SPENCER, looked after Application 27386

No 1

HINES, Terence farmer Kapunda 1866 Memorial 29/224

HINES, Terence farmer near Kapunda 1881 Application 18457

HINES, Terence farmer Bagot Well 1885 Application 20475

HINES, Terence farmer Bagot Flat 1886 Application 20888

HINES, William of Adelaide 1858[-1863] Memorial 151/147

HINES, William purveyor to the Council Chambers Adelaide. Hundred of Upper Wakefield land grant 1861 Grant Book 56 Page 112 County Stanley

HINES, William caterer Parliament House Adelaide 1864 Application 5123

HINES, William of Marion on the Sturt. Husband of Mary Ellen Hines. Father of Ellen Dorothy Hines 1900 Memorial 192/496

No 1

HINGE, Albert farmer Mundulla 1884 Memorial 244/360

HINGE, Albert farmer Mundulla. Hundred of Tatiara land grant 1886 Grant Book 7 Page 14 County Buckingham

HINGE, Francis and William farmers Hundred of Wirriga Co Buckingham 1890 Memorial 168/406

No 1

HINGE, John farmer near Bordertown. Hundred of Wirrega land grant 1879[-1883] Grant Book 7 Page 40 County Buckingham

HINGE, John farmer Mundalla linked with William Hinge farmer Hundred of Wirrega Co Buckingham 1887 Memorial 79/388

HINKS, Charles James farm labourer Booyoolie Hundred of Appila land grant 1899 Grant Book 24 Page 514 County Frome

No 1 - likely to be the same person

HINKS, Emanuel labourer Plympton 1849[-1850] Memorial 101/19

HINKS, Emanuel labourer Norwood 1854[-1857] Memorial 323/62

HINNELL, Charles James clerk to Messrs Samuel SMART & WILSON solicitors Adelaide 1839 Memorial 470/18

HINSON, Leonard farmer Little Para 1858 Enrolment/

HINTON, James Stewart out of business Hyde Park 1926 Memorial 22/496

HINTON, Reginald Cyril company director formerly of 24 Brooklyn Ave, Brooklyn Park but now of 175a Campbell St, Hobart Tas 1959 Application 29346

No 1 - perhaps the same person

HINTON, Richard yeoman Adelaide 1853 Memorial 29/55

HINTON, Richard labourer Goodwood 1866 Memorial 29/210

HINTON, Richard labourer Adelaide 1899 Application 23811

HINTON, Thomas carter Wallaroo Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1873 Grant Book 14 Page 412 County Daly

HINTON, William George blacksmith Pekina. Pekina (Hundred of Pekina) township allotment land grant 1890 Grant Book 13 Page 15 County Dalhousie

HINTSON, Francis clerk Pt Adelaide and Clarissa Maria Hintson his wife 1858 Memorial 247/141

HINTZ, Friedrich Christian farmer near Freeling Co Light. Hundred of English land grant 1884 Grant Book 17 Page 171 County Eyre

HINo 1

HINTZ, Johann farmer Klemzig 1854 Memorial 127/68

HINTZ, Johann farmer formerly of Klemzig but now of Section 618 Hundred of Nuriootpa Co Light 1858 Memorial 261/148

No 1

HINTZE, E undertaker's assistant J EITZEN undertaker 131-133 Rundle St, Adelaide 1876 Application 16643

HINTZER, ECA undertaker’s assistant L EITZEN Rundle St, Adelaide 1877 Application 20557

HINTZE, Friedrich Wilhelm farmer Hundred of Nuriootpa 1858 Memorial 9/139

HINVES, William labourer Adelaide (Sturt St) 1851 Memorial 444/36

HINZE, Campbell farmer Lochaber linked with Jane Hinze now of Lochaber 1883 Memorial 195/351

No 1

HINZE, F hairdresser Adelaide (Leigh St) 1850 Memorial 362/19

HINZE, Franz Wilhelm hairdresser Adelaide 1851[-1856] Memorial 256/38

HINZE, Franz Wilhelm hairdresser Adelaide, died 3/9/1877 intestate. Letters of administration to Jane Hinze his widow, to settle his £400 estate Memorial 151/303

No 1

HINZE, Wilhelm blacksmith Spalding 1890 Memorial 225/404

HINZE, William blacksmith Spalding Booborowie (Hundred of Ayers) township allotment land grant 1890 Grant Book 56 Page 320 County Stanley

HIPPE, Louis of South Road 1855 Memorial 113/87

HIPPE, Karl of Blumberg 1858 Memorial 5/138

HIPPER, Henry farmer Hundred of Wonna 1886 Memorial 55/377

HIPPER, James farmer Hundred of Wonna Co Kimberley 1887 Memorial 239/388

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

HIPPER, John farmer Terowie Hundred of Terowie land grant 1879 Grant Book 40 Page 8 County Kimberley

HIPPER, John labourer Gawler Hundred of Terowie land grant 1880 Grant Book 40 Page 13 County Kimberley

HIPPER, John the Younger farmer Hundred of Wonna 1885 Memorial 125/371

HIPPER, John farmer Terowie 1886 Memorial 250/377

HIPPER, John the Elder farmer Terowie and John the Younger farmer Hundred of Wonna 1890 Memorial 22/405

HIPPER, John died 8/8/1888. Executor; Henry Hipper farmer Hundred of Wonna Memorial 40/410

No 1

HIPWELL, Isaac sawyer Angaston 1859 Memorial 3/155

HIPWELL, Isaac saawyer Angaston Hundred of Mudla Wirra land grant 1862 Grant Book 27 Page 273 County Gawler

HIPWELL, Isaac farmer formerly of Angaston 1856 but now of Pewsey Vale near Lyndoch 1871 Application 11380

No 1

HIPWELL, William Thompson draper Adelaide 1853 Greenock allotment purchase Memorial 74/52

HIPWELL, William Thompson storekeeper Lyndoch Valley. Union Chapel Lyndoch Valley foundation trustee 1854[-1864] Application 5698

HIPWELL, WT postmaster Lyndoch 1858 Memorial 340/138

HIPWELL, William Thompson storekeeper Lyndoch 1862 Memorial 254/182

HIRD, Frederick John formerly mill manager Quorn but now of Perth WA and Constance Emily Hird his wife 1912 Memorial 134/467

HIRDES, Johannes farmer Cox Creek 1857[-1871] Memorial 196/117, Application 4674

No 1

HIRSCH, Carl August farmer Appila-Yarrowie Hundred of Appila land grant 1879[-1881] Grant Book 24 Page 497 County Frome

No 2

HIRSCH, Carl August farmer Wonoka 1884 Memorial 225/359

No 1

HIRSCH, Conrad Wilhelm Hermann miner Redruth 1853 Memorial 306/57 Farmer Section 1589 Light River Hundred of Gilbert 1854[-1857] Memorials 339/69 & 20/132

HIRSCH, Conrad Wilhelm Hermann farmer Light River 1863 Memorial 322/192

HIRSCH, Conrad Wilhelm Hermann farmer Hamilton on the Light 1866[-1871] Memorial 64/212, Application 11386

HIRSCH, Conrad Wilhelm Hermann farmer Marrabel on the Dirty Light 1874 Memorial 31/276

HIRSCH, Conrad Wilhelm Hermann farmer Appila 1878 Application 16605

No 1

HIRSCH, Friedrich Christian farmer Hundred of Arkaba 1890 Memorial 112/405

HIRSCH, Friedrich Christian farmer Hawker 1894 Memorial 154/423

HIRSCH, JC farmer Arkaba 1886 Memorial 50/376

No 1

HIRSCH, Wilhelm Eduard farmer Appila 1888 Memorial 155/391

HIRSCH, Wilhelm Eduard farmer Appila Hundred of Appila land grant 1889 Grant Book 24 Page 512 County Frome

HIRSCH, Wilhelm Eduard farmer Appila, had died by 1904. Executorss – Arthur FOX farmer Appila and Arthur Eduard Hirsch farmer Appila Grant Book 24 Page 514 County Frome

HIRSCHFELD, Carl Charles farmer Robertstown 1911 Grant Book 17 Page 180 County Eyre

HIRSCHFELD, Jacob Daniel linked with Section 96 Hundred of Brownlow Co Eyre 1888 Memorial 29/393

No 1

HIRSCHFELD, Wilhelm Benjamin farmer Hundred of Nuriootpa 1856[-1858] Memorial 434/96

HIRSCHFELD, Wilhelm farmer Schoenborn 1859 Memorial 284/151

HIRSCHFELD, Wilhelm Benjamin farmer Dutton, had died by 1895 Memorial 83/426

HIRST, Albert William engineer 87 Hill St, North Adelaide 1944 Memorial 114/518

No 1

HIRST, John of the Gawer Ranges 1867 Memorial 225/219

HIRST, John sheep farmer Parla near Streaky Bay and Paney near the Gawler Ranges linked with Charles Hirst the Younger merchant Huddersfield, Yorks, England 1868 Memorial 122/229

HIRST, John sheep farmer Parla Streaky Bay and Gawler Ranges 1869 Memorial 167/236

HIRST, John stockholder and sheepfarmer Co Carnarvon Kangaroo Island 1884 Memorials 28 & 29/361

HIRT, Johann farmer Mt Barker 1872 Application 11967

No 1

HIRTE, Johann Gottlob farmer Blakiston 1851 Memorial 97/36

No 2

HIRTE, Johann Gottlieb [Gottlob?] farmer Hundred of Ridley 1898 Memorial 163/436

HIRTE, Johann Wilhelm farmer Ceduna, died 11/4/1933. Husband of Mary Martha Hirte. Children mentioned but not named Memorial 38/509

No 1

HIRTH, August farmer near Mt Gambier linked with Heinrich, Jeremiah and Paul Hirth farmers Mt Gambier 1876 Memorial 191/292

HIRTH, August farmer Mt Gambier 1880[-1886] Memorial 2/325

No 1

HIRT/HIRTH, Johann Friedrich miner Hahndorf 1853[-1855] Memorial 53/47

HIRTH, Johann Friedrich farmer Hahndorf 1855 Hundred of Gambier land grant Memorial 497/82

HIRTH, Johann Friedrich farmer near Mt Gambier Caveton (Hundred of Caroline) township allotment land grant 1866[-1869] Grant Book 31 Page 27 County Grey

HIRTH, Johann Friedrich farmer Mt Gambier 1867 Memorial 222/225

HIRTH, Johann Friedrich farmer Section 1289 [homestead] Hundred of Caroline near Mt Gambier, died 1869-1875. He bequeathed estate to his wife, Helene Hirth, and his sons, August Hirth, Heinrich Hirth, Paul Hirth and Hermann Hirth Memorial 33/286

HIRTH, Wilhelm farmer Mt Gambier 1881 Application 18492

HIRTHE, Andreas clerk to Thomas HUTCHENS commission agent Woodside 1897 Memorial 195/432

No 1

HISCOCK, Charles bullock driver Mt Barker bought land in Co Russell 1853 Memorial 179/393

HISCOCK, Charles farmer Section 964 Hundred of Malcolm, Co Russell, since land grant in 1853, died 24/4/1860 Adelaide Hospital. He left his widow, Susan Hiscock, and four children, Elizabeth, Emily, Mary Ann and John Hiscock. The widow, Susan Hiscock, remarried 29/3/1862 to Harry SHILLITOE of Poltallock, who tried to take her farm from her. She obtained the assistance of William HISCOCK publican Meningie (her brother-in-law???) to protect her property. Susan Shillitoe died 1/7/1888. By 1888, her children were situated as follows: Elizabeth Betsy Hiscock wife of George ROBINSON blacksmith Poltalloch, Emily Hiscock wife of August Hinch BLOCK farmer Booroopki, Vic, Mary Ann Hiscock, wife of Frederick NEWSON boundary rider Meningie, John Hiscock formerly boundary rider now farmer Poltalloch Application 21464

HISCOCK, John butcher Stockwell 1862 Application 3218

No 1

HISCOCK, William butcher Morphett Vale 1858 Co Russell land grant Memorial 72/146

HISCOCK, William farmer Poltalloch Hundred of Malcolm land grant 1867 Grant Book 54 Page 90 County Russell

HISCOCK, William formerly butcher Morphett Vale but now farmer Poltallock 1868 Memorial 4/235

HISCOCK, William farmer Tatiara Waterhole Hundred of Malcolm land grant 1869 Grant Book 54 Page 91 County Russell

HISCOCK, William farmer Meningie Hundred of Malcolm land grant 1870 Grant Book 54 Page 91 County Russell

HISCOCK, William farmer Lake Albert Hundred of Malcolm land grant 1873 Grant Book 54 Page 93 County Russell

HISCOCK, William of Meningie trustee Cemetery Meningie Hundred of Bonney land grant 1878 Grant Book 54 Page 32 County Russell

No 1

HISCOCKS, James yeoman Marion 1857 Memorial 198/129

HISCOCKS, James yeoman Marion 1861. He could not write Application 2149

HISCOCKS, James labourer Marion 1870 Application 10489

HISCOCKS, James labourer Marion 1879 Memorial 193/313

HISCOCKS, James gardener Marion 1885 Memorial 85/366

HISCOCKS, William labourer Marion, beneficiary under the will of James Hiscocks labourer Marion 1892 Application 22428

HISGROVE, Joseph butcher Farina Out of Hundreds. Farina (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 65 Page 72 County Not named

No 1

HISKEY, Arthur butcher Narridy. Trustee Institute Narridy Narridy (Hundred of Narridy) township allotment land grant 1894 Grant Book 60 Page 487 County Victoria

HISKEY, Arthur butcher Narridy 1901, son of the late Hannah WHITTENBURY widow of Benjamin Whittenbury Thebarton by her first husband, Philip Hiskey. She was the only surviving child of William HARROLD watchmaker Adelaide. William Harrold licensed victualler Adelaide, died 21/9/1868 Dry Creek intestate. His widow, Catherine Harrold, administered the £300 estate. Their daughter Hannah Whittenbury died 26/9/1901. Her other son was Harold Hiskey butcher Tibooburra Qld. John Whittenbury hawker Taylors Road West Thebarton was a step-son of Hannah Whittenbury 1901 Application 24332

HISKINGS, William of Adelaide 1849 Memorial 305/19

No 1

HISSEY, Charles butcher Gawler 1852[-1871] Memorial 283/39

HISSEY, Charles farmer near Gawler. Hundred of Barossa land grant 1866 Grant Book 2 Page 54 County Adelaide

HISSEY, Geoffrey Duncan grazier Cockatoo Valley, aged 54 in 1969, declared that he had lived all his life in the Gawler area Application 29747

No 1

HISSEY, George labourer Stepney 1852[-1854] Memorial 449/40

HISSEY, George farmer near Stockport 1860 Application 1116

HISSEY, George farmer Hay Gully 1866 Application 7994

HISSEY, George farmer Hamley Bridge Cowell (Hundred of Playford) township allotment land grant 1882 Grant Book 39 Page 82 County Jervois

HISSEY, Richard Hamilton linked with Section 47 Hundred of Playford Co Jervois 1994 Memorial 194/420

HISSEY, William farmer Cowell trustee Institute Cowell Cowell (Hundred of Playford) township allotment land grant 1892 Grant Book 39 Page 83 County Jervois

HITCH, Francis farmer Pinda Hundred of Pinda land grant 1892 Grant Book 24 Page 592 County Frome

HITCH, John farmer Pinda, had died by 1904 intestate. Letters of administration to Mary Theresa Edna GARNETT married woman Pinda to settle the estate Grant Book 24 Page 593 County Frome

HITCH, Joseph labourer Broughton Hundred of Pinda land grant 1882 Grant Book 24 Page 590 County Frome

HITCHCOCK, Adam farmer Morphett Vale 1843 Memorial 474/48

HITCHCOCK, Alfred of near Greenock 1859 Memorial 33/150

No 1

HITCHCOCK, Isaiah farmer near Greenock 1860 Memorial 328/164

HITCHCOCK, Isaiah farmer formerly of Greenock but now of near MacDonnell Bay 1862, linked with Samuel Hitchcock farmer Greenock Application 3262

No 1

HITCHCOCK, Samuel gentleman Greenock 1859[-1865]. Enrolment/

HITCHCOCK, Samuel farmer Greenock 1865 Memorial 196/205

HITCHCOCK, Samuel yeoman near Greenock 1870 Memorial 208/250

HITCHCOCK, Samuel farmer Greenock 1874 Application 13532

HITCHCOCK, Samuel farmer Mt Gambier 1860 Memorial 205/163

HITCHCOCK, Stephen farmer Brighton and Emma Hitchcock his wife 1846 Memorial 365/6

No 1

HITCHCOX, Joseph law clerk Adelaide 1857 Memorial 151/116

HITCHCOX, J clerk to Messrs BARTLEY, BAKEWELL & STOW solicitors Adelaide 1858 Memorial 331/134

HITCHCOX, J clerk to William BAKEWELL solicitor Adelaide 1861 Memorial 118/177

HITCHCOX, J clerk to Messrs BAKEWELL & SCOTT solicitors Adelaide 1867 Memorial 201/218

HITCHCOX, J of City Chambers, Adelaide 1871 Memorial 156/252

HITCHCOX, J of Adelaide 1873 Memorial 121/320

HITCHCOX, Richmond grocer Adelaide 1877[-1880] Memorial 162/298

No 1

HITCHCOX, William chemist Glenelg 1853[-1870] Memorial 476/53, Application 2087

HITCHCOX, William storekeeper Glenelg 1867 Memorial 38/226

HITCHCOX, William out of business Glenelg 1895, declared that he had been the Secretary of the Glenelg, Brighton and Adelaide Building Society for the whole of existence, up to the time it ceased to function in February 1861 Application 22923

No 2 - perhaps the same person

HITCHCOX, William saddler Armagh Co Clare 1855 Memorial 183/81

HITCHCOX, William saddler Clare 1857 Application 15905

HITCHCOX, William farmer Stanley Flat 1872 Memorial 181/269

HITCHCOX, William gentleman Stanley Flat near Clare 1877 Application 15905

No 1

HITCHEN, Samuel accountant Pt Lincoln 1857 Memorial 31/116

HITCHEN, Samuel accountant Lake Wangary near Pt Lincoln 1859 Memorial 261/157

No 1

HITCHENS, John Henry storekeeper Kapunda 1887 Memorial 232/382

HITCHENS, John Henry general storekeeper Kapunda 1907[-1923] Memorial 7/458

HITCHENS, John Henry storekeeper Kapunda 1904[-1914] Application 24748, Application 26391

No 1

HITCHIN, Edward William gentleman Adelaide 1852[-1856] Memorial 26/41

HITCHIN, Edward William Esquire Adelaide 1862 Application 3189

HITCHIN, Edward William gentleman formerly of Adelaide 1856 but now of Kent Town 1862 Application 3387

HITCHIN, Edward William gentleman Adelaide 1865 Application 6189

HITCHIN, Edward William Esquire Kent Town 1872 Application 12198

HITCHIN, Edward William of Kent Town 1880 Memorial 165/321

HITCHIN, Edward William gentleman and Robert Roe FRY merchant both of Adelaide co-trustees for a syndicate at present known as the South-East Coal and Oil Prospecting Association 1884 Memorial 56/356

HITCHIN, Edward William gentleman Kent Town, died 1885. He left his entire estate to Gwyn Price Hitchin Government civil service officer Kent Town Memorial 220/368

HITCHIN, Herbert John storekeeper Orsmond St, Hindmarsh and Dora Blanche Hitchin his wife 1926[-1928] Memorial 192/494

No 1

HITCHIN, William sawyer and splitter The Tiers. Associated with James COSSINS sawyer and splitter The Tiers 1845 [James Cossins also in the Black Forest early 1840s] Memorial 299/5

HITCHIN, William farmer Black Forest near Adelaide 1847 Memorial 91/9

HITCHIN, William farmer Black Forest 1851 Memorial 320/38

HITCHIN, William farmer near Edwardstown 1862. He could not write Application 3243

HITCHIN, Mrs of Goodwood [perhaps connections with William Hitchin farmer near Edwardstown] 1879 Application 17216

HITCHING, Richard gentleman Adelaide 1853 Memorial 360/53

No 1

HITCHINS, Thomas smelter Kapunda 1855 Memorial 277/82

HITCHINS, Thomas miner Kapunda 1856 Memorial 144/106

No 1

HITT, Thomas carpenter Nuriootpa 1856[-1859] Memorial 243/121

HITT, Thomas carpenter Kapunda 1865 Memorial 30/207

HITT, Thomas builder Kapunda 1870 Memorial 216/251

HITTMANN, Ernst Robert miller Lobethal 1862 Memorial 78/184

No 1

HITTMANN, Gustav miller Lobethal 1857 Memorial 45/126

HITTMANN, Gustav miller Lobethal heir at law of the late Robert Hittmann formerly miller Lobethal but now deceased 1865 Memorial 134/201

HITTMANN, Gustav commission agent Adelaide 1903 Memorial 148/448

HITTMANN, Carl Friedrich Gustav farmer formerly of Lobethal but now of Mt Pleasant 1876 Memorial 197/294

No 1

HOAD, Alfred farmer The Prairie Co Adelaide 1847 Memorial 451/9

HOAD, Alfred farmer Chain of Ponds 1853 Memorial 300/74

HOAD, Alfred farmer Millbrook linked with Eliza Mary Hoad widow Millbrook 1876 Memorial 248/288

HOAD, Alfred farmer Prairie near Chain of Ponds, died 16/1/1873, brain & concussion, aged 57 Application 18062

No 2

HOAD, Alfred farmer Hundred of Tungkillo 1863 Memorial 117/190

HOAD, EM (Mrs) widow Millbrook 1877 Application 15672

No 1

HOAD, Francis farmer Prairie near Chain of Ponds 1880 Application 18062

HOAD, Francis grazier Prairie Millbrook 1893 Application 22547

HOAD, Francis E farmer Spring Vale Western Sources of the Torrens 1897 Memorial 48/432

No 1

HOAD, George Robert fisherman Tailem Bend Tailem Bend (Hundred of Seymour) township allotment land grant 1894 Grant Book 54 Page 168 County Russell

HOAD, George Robert, Henry Hewlett and Robert farmers Tailem Bend Tailem Bend (Hundred of Seymour) township allotment land grant 1894 Grant Book 54 Page 168 County Russell

HOAD, George William farmer Millbrook Hundred of Finniss land grant 1882 Grant Book 58 Page 40 County Sturt

No 1

HOAD, John schoolmaster Coromandel Valley 1874 Application 13425

HOAD, John teacher Tea Tree Gully 1875 Memorial 248/283

HOAD, Joseph farmer Millbrook Co Adelaide. Hundred of Finniss land grant 1884 Grant Book 58 Page 42 County Sturt

HOAD, Joseph Eli farmer Mannum linked with Samuel Mundy Hoad and William Henry Hoad carriers Mannum 1887 Memorial 61/383

HOAD, Henry Hewlett farmer Tailem Bend trustee PM Chapel Tailem Bend Tailem Bend (Hundred of Seymour) township allotment land grant 1900 Grant Book 54 Page 168 County Russell

No 1

HOAD, Samuel Mundy and William carters Mannum 1886 Memorial 146/377

HOAD, Samuel Mundy wheat merchant Mannum 1900 Memorial 45/440, Application 24015

HOAD, Samuel Mundy general dealer Mannum 1903 Memorial 60/448

HOAD, Samuel Mundy wheat merchant Mannum 1900

HOAD, William Twyman and Alfred farmers The Prairie Chain of Ponds 1852 Memorial 239/41

No 1

HOAR, Jonathan farmer Section 553 Hundred of Gilbert 1859 Memorial 281/150

HOAR, Jonathon mason Donnybrook 1880 Application 18340

No 2 - perhaps the same person

HOAR, Jonathan the Younger contractor Gladstone. Booyoolie (later part of Gladstone Hundred of Booyoolie) township allotment land grant 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 315 County Victoria

HOAR, Jonathan the Younger of Petersburg sold a mineral lease to the Wheal Amy Copper Mining Co 1882 Memorial 136/343

HOAR, Jonathan miner Broken Hill NSW 1888 Memorial 168/389

No 1

HOARD, George labourer Penola 1866[-1889] Memorial 185/217

HOARD, George labourer Penola 1883 Application 19731

HOARE, Connor labourer Bowden and Julia Hoare his wife formerly Julia MILTON widow 1858 Memorial 60/138

No 1

HOARE, George farmer Hundred of Alma Hundred of Melville land grant 1874 Grant Book 19 Page 69 County Fergusson

HOARE, George farmer Hundred of Melville, died c1903. Linked with Edward Hoare, Charles Hoare, George Henry Hoare, Thomas Hoare, William Eugene Hoare and Henry Uriah Hoare all farmers of near Honiton Memorial 14/450

No 1

HOARE, Henry 30 boatsman Milang (Father; Henry Hoare) married Mary Christiana Catharina KRUSE 20 spinster Milang (Father; Carl Heinrich Ferdinand Kruse) on 3/9/1878 Milang Congregational Chapel. Minister Henry CHEETHAM. Witnesses: Jeany Hoare of Milang and John MCLELLAM labourer Pt Adelaide. Henry Hoare mariner Milang 1901 Application 24317

HOARE, Henry ship steward Milang 1886 Memorial 34/378

HOARE, Henry mariner Milang 1890 Memorial 77/404

No 2

HOARE, Henry mason Clare 1863 Memorial 82/403

HOARE, Henry mason Clare, died 7/8/1869 intestate. Letters of administration to his widow Elizabeth Hoare. Estate worth £260. Elizabeth Hoare died 13/3/1917. Sydney Hoare wheelwright Clare and William Hoare gentleman Unley were the only surviving children by 1919. Deceased children were Emma Jane Hoare born 20/1/1856 died 12/10/1878; Elizabeth Ann Hoare born 15/1/1858 died 1859; Henry Hoare born 26/6/1860 died 26/5/1884; Sydney Hoare born 30/4/1862 died 1862; Joseph Hoare born 5/2/1870 died 18782. Samuel MAY labourer Clare gave much of the above information Application 26770

No 1

HOARE, Henry Herbert accountant Adelaide 1875[-1882] Memorial 68/286, Application 18948

HOARE, Henry Herbert clerk Adelaide Hundred of Dalrymple land grant 1876 Grant Book 19 Page 135 County Fergusson

HOARE, Henry Herbert accountant Adelaide 1879 Book 13 Page 284 County Dalhousie

HOARE, Marie Blanche widow of the late Henry Herbert Hoare accountant Brighton 1902 Application 26483

No 1

HOARE, James farmer Light River 1850 Memorial 134/47

HOARE, James farmer Kooringa 1853 Memorial 291/59

HOARE, James farmer [formerly of Kooringa but now of] Koonunga 1853 Memorial 197/59

HOARE, James farmer Koonunga 1854 Memorial 386/64

HOARE, James farmer Light River '3 and a half miles from the Kapunda Mine' 1853 Memorial 134/47

HOARE, James farmer Belvidere 1853[-1854] Memorial 168/61

HOARE, James farmer Belvidere 1855[-1856] Memorial 490/99

HOARE, James farmer Kapunda 1855[-1858] Memorial 424/81

HOARE, James farmer Koonunga 1860 Memorial 97/164

No 2

HOARE, James gardener Penwortham 1856 Memorial 9/97

No 1 – perhaps the same person

HOARE, John teamster Georgetown Co Victoria. Hundred of Pekina land grant 1879 Grant Book 13 Page 159 County Dalhousie

HOARE, John farmer Hundred of Gordon 1885[-1886] Memorial 175/369

HOARE, Michael farmer Hawker, died c1890 intestate. Joanna Hoare a member of his family Memorials 152 & 153/403

No 1

HOARE, Patrick the Elder farmer Ennis, Co Clare, Ireland, died. His family of sons emigrated to Kapunda SA - Thomas Hoare (who died 5/5/1859 Kapunda intestate), John Hoare, James Hoare, Michael Hoare and Patrick Hoare the Younger. By 1884, only Michael Hoare out of business formerly of Kapunda now of Wallaroo, and Patrick Hoar the Younger survived. Thomas Hoare’s widow, Bridget Hoare, had remarried to Terence HINES farmer Bagot Gap by 1884 Application 20207

No 2

HOARE, Patrick labourer Mannanarie. Hundred of Tarcowie land grant 1879 Grant Book 13 Page 44 County Dalhousie

HOARE, Reginald Morris railway guard Pt Lincoln 1916[-1921] Memorial 87/474

No 1

HOARE, Reuben labourer Nelson township near Kooringa 1881 Memorial 133/329

HOARE, Reuben of Nelson near Kooringa and his family abandoned their allotments c1882 and left the district. His widow, Elizabeth Jane Hoare, of Broken Hill NSW, visited the district again c1914 to try to sell the family's allotments which did not possess good title Application 27932

HOARE, Elizabeth Jane of Broken Hill NSW owned land in Nelson township near Kooringa 1914 Memorial 150/470

No 1

HOARE, Sydney machinist Clare 1920 Application 26916

HOARE, Sydney wheelwright Clare 1922 Application 27053

HOARE, Sydney retired wheelwright Clare, aged 71 years and 6 months in 1939, declared that he was born in Clare and had lived there all his life. He retired from business some 20 years ago Application 28210

No 1

HOARE, Thomas of Kapunda, died 5/5/1859 intestate. His brother, John Hoare blacksmith Kapunda, inherited his estate as heir at law Memorial 29/224

No 2

HOARE, Thomas farmer Hundred of Gordon 1885 Memorial 176/369

No 1

HOARE, Thomas William yeoman Mt Barker 1840 Memorial 140/73

HOARE, Thomas William yeoman Mt Barker District 1846 Memorial 244/6

No 1 - likely to be the same person

HOARE, William mariner Pt Adelaide 1852[-1873] Memorial 263/44

HOARE, William fisherman Alberton 1875 Memorial 5/286

HOARE, William of Alberton built a small paling house on Allotment 69 before leaving for the Victorian gold fields in 1853. He was about 40 years old at the time he left. He gave his property to William HALL labourer Alberton [not clear whether to look after or to own], but did not hand over any documents as well. W Hoare did not return to SA to see to his property and the Halls could find no trace of him elsewhere in Australia, William Hall made this statement in 1904 Application 24796

HOBART, Arthur Samuel labourer Gawler South 1927 Application 27607

HOBART, Herbert builder Adelaide (Angas St) 1851 Memorial 174/38

HOBART, James Thomas land agent Gawler 1941 Memorial 55/518

No 1

HOBART, William labourer Gawler 1854[-1858] Memorial 314/76

HOBART, William farmer Willaston near Gawler Hundred of Mudla Wirra land grant 1859 Grant Book 27 Page 267 County Gawler

HOBART, William lime burner Willaston 1864 Memorial 43/196

HOBART, William farmer Mudla Wirra 1872 Application 12036

HOBART, William farmer near Gawler Hundred of Alma land grant 1876[-1880] Grant Book 26 Page 99 County Gawler

No 2

HOBART, William farmer Winninowie 1888 Memorial 7/390

HOBBA, Wilfred electrical engineer Walkerville. Walkerville Methodist Church trustee 1912 Memorial 137/466

HOBBEY, Thomas yeoman Kensington 1853 Memorial 108/60

HOBBS, Albert Edwin Oliver Oakley contractor Pt Broughton. Hundred of Mundoora land grant 1920 Grant Book 14 Page 289 County Daly

No 1

HOBBS, Alfred Samuel stockholder Mt Gambier Mt Gambier township allotment land grant 1861 Grant Book 29 Page 199 County Grey

HOBBS, Alfred Samuel Superintendent Mingbool Co Grey 1862 Memorial 292/182

HOBBS, Alfred Samuel superintendent formerly of Mingbool but now of Mortlake Vic 1863 Memorial 205/192

HOBBS, Alfred Samuel superintendent Mingbool Co Grey 1889 Memorial 174/399

No 1

HOBBS, Charles Samuel farmer O'Halloran Hill 1874 Memorial 215/274

No 2

HOBBS, Charles Samuel farmer Lillimuir North Vic linked with WC Hobbs farmer Big Paddock Wolsely 1889 Memorial 170/400

HOBBS, Charles Stanley civil servant Norwood 1891 Memorial 67/408

HOBBS, Enoch labourer Kangarilla 1870 Memorial 42/246

HOBBS, Frank fruit grower Hectorville 1918 Application 26713

No 1

HOBBS, Frank Hedley gardener Campbelltown 1902 Memorial 96/445
HOBBS, Frank Hedley gardener Paradise linked with Jonah Hobbs gardener formerly of East Marden but now of Lochiel Park Campbelltown 1903 Memorial 193/447

HOBBS, Frank Hedley gardener Paradise 1906 Application 25216

No 1

HOBBS, Frederick Esquire Adelaide 1848[-1849] Memorial 282/12

HOBBS, Frederick gentleman Norwood 1850 Memorial 121/25

HOBBS, Frederick licensed victualler The Parade & Sydenham Road Norwood 1851. Called Old Colonist Inn by 1855 Enrolments 59 & 60/26

HOBBS, Frederick formerly licensed victualler Norwood but now gentleman Adelaide 1855 Memorial 447/92

HOBBS, Harry Pierce farmer Tungkillo 1912 Memorial 96/466

HOBBS, Henry teamster Melrose Hundred of Appila land grant 1884 Grant Book 24 Page 511 County Frome

HOBBS, Henry H overseer Baroota 1869 Memorial 172/243

HOBBS, James labourer Murraytown, died 7/9/1918. Executor – Thomas HAWKE agent Booleroo Centre Grant Book 23 Page 73 County Frome

No 1

HOBBS, James Harris gardener East Marden. Payneham Cottage Homes trustee 1893 Memorial 45/417

HOBBS, James Harris gardener Paradise 1912 Application 26139

HOBBS, James Harris fruitgrower Paradise 1912[-1914] Memorial 131/466

HOBBS, James Harris fruitgrower Paradise linked with Jonah Hobbs fruitgrower Lochiel Campbelltown 1913 Memorial 79/469

No 1

HOBBS, Job labourer Woodside 1853 Memorial 390/51

HOBBS, Job yeoman Woodside 1854 Memorial 144/73

No 1

HOBBS, John labourer Nairne 1853 Memorial 85/49

No 2

HOBBS, John overseer Beautiful Valley Hundred of Palmer land grant 1885 Grant Book 49 Page 175 County Newcastle

No 1

HOBBS, John Henry labourer and bachelor Myponga married Annie COCKSEDGE widow Aldinga on 7/2/1888 St Andrew Manse Wakefield St, Adelaide Memorial 39/441

HOBBS, John Henry labourer Aldinga 1894 Memorial 228/422

HOBBS, John Henry gardener Aldinga 1904 Memorial 121/451

HOBBS, John Henry gardener Aldinga and Annie Hobbs his wife 1909 Memorial 48/461

No 1

HOBBS, Jonah farmer Marden 1856[-1875] Memorial 301/98

HOBBS, Jonah gardener Marden 1861[-1893] Memorial 291/178

HOBBS, Jonah nurseryman Marden 1879 Memorial 134/316

HOBBS, Jonah fruitgrower & gardener Marden 1881 Application 18592/18594

HOBBS, Jonah gardener East Marden 1897 Memorial 8/432

HOBBS, Jonah gardener The Glen Nursery East Marden 1898 Memorial 98/436

HOBBS, Jonah gardener East Marden 1901 Application 24255

HOBBS, Jonah gardener Lochiel Park Campbelltown 1902 Memorial 96/445

HOBBS, Samuel labourer Fullarton 1870 Application 11026

HOBBS, Samuel James labourer Pt Broughton 1908[-1919] Grant Book 14 Page 273 County Daly

HOBBS, T of Entenda Hope 1888 Memorial 103/392

No 1

HOBBS, Thomas farmer Marden 1852[-1853] Memorial 356/44

HOBBS, Thomas gardener Marden, died c1855. His estate in trust to his wife, Ann Hobbs, for life, and then to his 2 youngest daughters, Sally and Jane Hobbs, until Jane Hobbs turns 21. Then the estate to be sold and the proceeds shared equally amongst his 4 children - Charlotte HITCHCOCK, Jonah Hobbs, Sally Hobbs and Jane Hobbs. James HARRIS and Henry BROAD to be trustees Memorial 205/97

No 1

HOBBS, William farmer The Meadows 1849 Memorial 287/17

No 2

HOBBS, William farmer Reedbeds 1853 Memorial 439/79

No 3

HOBBS, William farmer O'Halloran Hill 1856 Memorial 252/103

HOBBS, William farmer O'Halloran Hill 1861 Application 2461

No 4

HOBBS, William labourer Scott Creek near Nairne 1865[-1867] Memorial 151/207

No 5

HOBBS, William farmer Section 466 Survey C 1872 Memorial 56/261

HOBBY, Alfred farmer Norwood 1853[-1877] Memorial 73/50

HOBBY, Alfred the Elder labourer Stepney, died 2/6/1878. His estate to his wife, Mary Ann Hobby [nee BASTIAN], in trust for life or until her remarriage, then in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant to his surviving children - Henry Hobby [upholster Stepney 1894], Alfred Hobby the Younger, Joseph Hobby [well sinker Stepney 1894], Eliza Jane Hobby [spinster Stepney 1894], Mary Ann Hobby [spinster Stepney 1894], Emma Hobby [spinster Stepney 1894] and Caroline Hobby [now Mrs Macrone of parts beyond the sea 1894], 'lawfully begotten by me upon the body of my said wife, Mary Ann Hobby'. Estate worth £50. Caroline Hobby born 28/10/1872. Emma Hobby 26 Stepney married Arthur Emmanuel MACRONE 22 bachelor printer Stepney (Father: John Thomas Macrone) on 9/3/1892 J ABBOTT residence Stepney. Minister: Jacob ABBOTT. Witnesses: Alfred Hobby the Younger wood merchant Stepney and Caroline Hobby of Stepney Application 22766

No 1

HOBBY, George carrier Norwood 1867[-1878] Memorial 171/222

HOBBY, George labourer Norwood 1881 Memorial 243/333

HOBBY, George labourer Norwood 1881 Application 18681

HOBBY, George carrier Norwood 1881 labourer Norwood 1885 Application 20406

HOBBY, Harry gardener Kersbrook 1922 Application 27051

HOBBY, Stephen cabinetmaker Pt Adelaide 1860 Application 2003

No 1

HOBBY, Thomas gardener Norwood 1852[-1854] Memorial 280/42

HOBBY, Thomas yeoman Edward St, Norwood died 25/12/1876. Husband of Mary Elizabeth Hobby, who received 10/- for life or during her widowhood, from the estate. His family by 1877 included - William Hobby labourer Adelaide, Alfred Hobby labourer Stepney, George Hobby labourer Norwood, Elizabeth ROBINSON wife of Edwin Robinson shoemaker Norwood, Eiza HONEY wife of Edward Honey farmer Laura and Emma BARNES wife of Charles Barnes brewer Kent Town Application 16315

HOBBY, Mary Eliza widow of Thomas Hobby, received 10/- a week from an allotment at Norwood, for life, so long as she ‘shall not cohabit with man’ 1881 Application 18684

HOBBY, William 45 widower labourer Adelaide (Father: Thomas Hobby) married Selina BELFORT 45 widow Adelaide (Father: James WASHINGTON) on 1/6/1876 Pirie St Methodist Parsonage, Adelaide. Minister: Samuel KNIGHT. Witnesses: Henry TOMKINS boiler maker Adelaide and Sarah GNIEL of Adelaide Application 24659

HOBBY, William of the Railway Adelaide early 1881 Labourer Adelaide late 1881 Applications 18684/18687

HOBBY, William carter Glen Osmond Road Parkside and Selina Hobby his wife agreed to a judicial separation in c1882 'because unhappy differences had arisen' Memorial 245/339

HOBBY, William carter Glen Osmond Road, Parkside and Selina Hobby formerly Mrs Selina BELFORT nee Washington his wife, agreed to a separation in 1882. Selina Hobby died 14/8/1903 Application 24659

No 1

HOCART, John William draper Parkside, died 13/1/1891. Husband of Charlotte Hocart. Parents of Ellen Mary ROBILLIARD wife of Edward Evans Robilliard commission agent Parkside 1899 Application 23836

HOCART, John William died c1891. His wife, Charlotte Hocart, died c1909. A spinster daughter, Emily Charlotte Hocart, died c1903. Surviving member of the family by 1930, was Ellen Mary ROBILLIARD widow Parkside, who was 71 in that year Application 27801

HOCART, Thomas grocer Pt Adelaide Co Adelaide. Copley (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1892 Grant Book 65 Page 252 County Not named

No 1

HOBCROFT, John labourer McLaren Vale 1905 Memorial 107/453

HOBCROFT, John labourer formerly of McLaren Vale but now of Murray Bridge 1913 Memorial 17/468

No 1

HOBCROFT, William labourer McLaren Vale 1854[-1862] Memorial 144/63

HOBCROFT, William labourer McLaren Vale, died 8/3/1893. Estate worth £110. Husand of Anne Hobcroft, who died 2/2/ 1905, leaving an estate of £180 Memorials 55 & 56/453

HOBGOOD, John labourer Clare 1868 Memorial 62/228

No 1

HOBKIRK, Walter licensed victualler Pt Augusta 1868 Memorial 75/232

HOBKIRK, Walter licensed victualler Pt Augusta, died 14/8/1869 intestate. Letters of administration to his wife, Hannah Hobkirk, to settle the estate Memorial 109/242

HOBKIRK, Hannah licensed victualler Pt Augusta 1871, relict of the late Walter Hobkirk licensed victualler Pt Augusta 1868 Application 11485

HOBKIRK, Hannah widow Pt Augusta 1872[-1874] Memorial 176/257

HOBKIRK, Hannah widow Kent Town 1875[-1878] Memorial 115/283

HOBKIRK, Mrs Hannah of Lincoln Cottage, King William St, Kent Town 1877 Application 16109

No 1 - perhaps the same person

HOCART, Isaac storekeeper's assistant Pt Augusta 1891 Memorial 43/411

HOCART, Isaac licensed victualler Bordertown 1894 Memorial 93/423

HOCART, John and Thomas gentlemen Adelaide 1855 Memorial 426/93

No 1

HOCART, John William draper Adelaide 1866 Memorial 13/216

HOCART, John William draper Adelaide (Rundle St) 1882 Memorial 57/343

No 1

HOCHREUTHER, Bernard watchmaker Adelaide 1850[-1854] Memorial 178/26

HOCHREUTHER, Conrad Philipp Bernhard watchmaker Adelaide (Rundle St) 1852 Memorial 335/42

HOCHREUTHER, Conrad Philipp Bernhard watchmaker Adelaide, about to leave the province, power of attorney to Alfred SWAINE gentleman Norwood, to settle his SA business affairs, including the sale of Section 473 Hundred of Barossa, to Heinrich LOSTROH of Hope Valley, who already leased the land 16/1/1855 Deposit 233/OA

HOCHREUTHER, Conrad Philipp Bernhard gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now of Hanau, Kurhessen, Germany 1861 Application 2150

No 1

HOCKEN, James of Kapunda 1862 Memorial 240/196

HOCKEN, James miner formerly of Kapunda but now of Moonta 1865. He could not write Application 6160

HOCKEY, Charles farmer near Jamestown Co Victoria. Hundred of Tarcowie land grant 1889 Grant Book 13 Page 55 County Dalhousie

HOCKEY, George labourer Islington 1847 Memorial 366/8

No 1

HOCKEY, James gardener Salisbury 1853 Memorial 464/56

No 2

HOCKEY, James farmer Hornsdale Hundred of Tarcowie changed his name to William James Hockey 1922. Born 8 May 1876 Memorial 183/485

HOCKEY, Owen farmer Jacob Creek 1853 Memorial 50/48

HOCKEY, Richard Francis metallurgist Hummock Hill 1917 Memorial 94/475

HOCKEY, Roy Henry Louie driver Willaston, aged 55 in 1957, declared he had lived in the district for 25 years Application 29242

No 1

HOCKEY, William farmer Caltowie 1884 Memorial 176/357

HOCKEY, William farmer Caltowie Co Victoria. Hundred of Tarcowie land grant 1891 Grant Book 13 Page 55 County Dalhousie

HOCKING, A clerk to FG SCAMMELL notary public Adelaide 1893 Memorial 43/420

No 1

HOCKING, Charles blacksmith Brompton 1870[-1873] Memorial 139/249

No 2

HOCKING, Charles reporter Adelaide 1896 Memorial 187/429

HOCKING, Edmund labourer Brompton 1873. He bought Section 839 in the Hundred of Onkaparinga Application 12614

No 1

HOCKING, Edward James farmer New Hamburgh linked with John George Stephens Hocking farmer New Hamburgh and Mary Anna Tonkin Hocking his wife 1898 Memorial 226/434

HOCKING, Edward James farmer near New Hamburgh near Strathalbyn linked with Mary Anna Tonkin Hocking widow near New Hamburgh 1908 Memorial 217/458

HOCKING, Edward James formerly farmer New Hamburgh near Strathalbyn but now compositor Adelaide 1918 Memorial 76/477

HOCKING, Edward James Government Printing Office King William St, Adelaide 1919 Application 26759

No 1

HOCKING, Ernest William land agent King William St, Adelaide, died c1904. He left bequests to his mother, Elizabeth Chipman Hocking, his brother Leonard Cecil Hocking, and his sisters, Edith BURGESS, Elsie Hocking and Mabel Beatrice Hocking Application 26582

HOCKING, Elizabeth Chipman widow Baliol St, College Town 1917 Application 26582

No 1

HOCKING, Henry farmer The Barossa. Hundred of Barossa land grant 1849 Grant Book 1 Page 31 County Adelaide

HOCKING, Henry farmer Hundred of Barossa 1849[-1853] Memorial 172/39

No 1

HOCKING, Henry Tredwin farmer Auburn 1864 Memorial 125/199

HOCKING, Henry Tredwin farmer Upper Wakefield 1867 Memorial 113/224

HOCKING, Herbert blacksmith Adelaide Hundred of Goyder land grant 1897 Grant Book 56 Page 419 County Stanley

No 1

HOCKING, John miner Adelaide (South Tce) bought allotments in what became known as Eastwood but apparently never lived there. [Did he move to Thebarton instead?]1852[-1856] Memorial 457/45

No 2 - John Hocking the Elder

HOCKING, John and Oliver of Thebarton bought land in Brompton 1854 Memorial 318/69

HOCKING, John yeoman Brompton 1854 Memorial 370/67

HOCKING, John the Elder brickmaker Brompton, died c1884. Husband of Margaret Hocking. She died 22/7/1890 Hindmarsh, of morbus cordis, aged 74. The Hockings had four children, all over 21 in 1890 - Mary Ann BIGGS wife of William Biggs carter Bowden, William Hocking builder Bowden, John Hocking chaff dealer Brompton, Charles Rawle Hocking chaff dealer Brompton. Oliver Hocking gentleman Brompton was a brother to John Hocking the Elder Application 21827

No 3

HOCKING, John brickmaker Bowden 1853[-1863] Memorial 336/49

No 4

HOCKING, John miner Bowden 1889[-1905] Memorial 220/395

No 1

HOCKING, John George Stephens farmer New Hamburg 1893 Memorial 104/419

HOCKING, John George Stephens farmer near Woodside 1917 Memorial 59/476

HOCKING, John George Stephens farmer Nairne. Brother to Mary Elizabeth PEARSON married woman Woodchester, who died 20/9/1926. Estate worth £2,720 Memorial 78/496

HOCKING, John George Stephens farmer Nairne 1935 Memorial 100/508

HOCKING, John George Stephens farmer Nairne, died 22/1/1952 Memorial 31/528

HOCKING, John Henry mine captain Wallaroo Mines 1885 Memorial 149/367

No 1

HOCKING, Nicholas a blacksmith, left SA for Vic in 1850. Before he returned to SA permanently in 1874, he lived in Horsham Vic Application 21728

No 2

HOCKING, Nicholas labourer Adelaide 1853 Memorial 76/61

HOCKING, Nicholas yeoman Adelaide and Charlotte Hocking his wife 1853. Linked with Richard William Hocking cooper Adelaide and George Henry Hocking water carrier Adelaide Memorial 157/62

HOCKING, Nicholas farmer near Athelstone and Charlotte Hocking his wife 1865 linked with George Henry Hocking of near Bunenyong Vic Application 6124

No 1

HOCKING, Oliver brickmaker Brompton 1852[-1884] Memorial 404/41

HOCKING, Oliver brick and tile manufacturer Brompton, about to leave the province on a visit to England, power of attorney to his nephew John HOCKING brickmaker Bowden, to manage his SA business affairs 2/11/1869 Deposit 131/1870

HOCKING, Oliver formerly brickmaker Brompton but now in parts beyond the seas 1870 Memorial 201/274

HOCKING, Oliver brickmaker Brompton 1874[-1883] Memorial 170/275

HOCKING, Oliver brickmaker Brompton 1877, linked with John Hocking the Younger and Charles Rawle Hocking brickmakers Brompton Application 15969

HOCKING, Oliver formerly brickmaker 1855 but now out of business Brompton 1885 Memorial 122/368

HOCKING, Oliver formerly brickmaker but now gentleman Brompton 1886. He could not write Application 20882

HOCKING, Oliver brickmaker Brompton 1895 Application 22932

HOCKING, Richard and Samuel farmers near Wallaroo 1901 Memorial 57/444

HOCKING, Richard William cooper, son of Nicholas Hocking late yeoman Saltram Place, Sturt St, Adelaide now farmer Athelstone, died 15/4/1854 intestate at his father’s Saltram Place home, aged 22. RW Hocking had bought Section 5660 Hundred of Adelaide from his father 13/1/1854 Application 6132

No 1

HOCKING, Thomas miner Fifth Creek 1853 Hundreds of Talunga & Para Wirra land grant Memorial 251/52

HOCKING, Thomas miner formerly of Fifth Creek 1853 but now of Ballarat Vic 1863 Application 4701

No 2

HOCKING, Thomas law clerk Adelaide 1878[-1894] Memorial 128/312

HOCKING, Thomas law clerk formerly of College Town but then of Medindie, died 1/11/1894 Adelaide. Husband of Elizabeth Chipman Hocking, who lived in Baliol St, College Town in 1902 Memorials 105 & 106/447

No 1

HOCKING, William yeoman Brompton 1850[-1854] Memorial 64/28

No 2

HOCKING, William stockholder Kooringa 1854 Memorial 218/73

HOCKING, William near Auburn 1859 Application 714.

HOCKING, William stockholder Auburn 1872 Memorial 162/262

No 3

HOCKING, William farmer Kadina 1884 Memorial 122/362

HOCKING, William John butcher Thebarton 1907 Memorial 36/457

HOCKINGS, John miner Kapunda 1851[-1857] Memorial 331/35

HOCKLEY, Alfred carriage builder Norwood (Edmond St) 1891 Application 22030

HOCKLEY, Edward wheelwright Nairne 1857 Memorial 215/130

HOCKLEY, Ernest Edward traveller Norwood 1924 Application 27265

HOCKLEY, PT gardener 11 Arthur St, Unley 1926 Memorial 97/496

No 1

HOCKNEY, John bootmaker Willunga 1915 Memorial 53/472

HOCKNEY, John bootmaker Willunga Methodist Church trustee 1915 Application 26429

HOCKRIDGE, Percival Horace clerk Adelaide 1925 Memorial 122/492

No 1 - perhaps the same person

HOCKRIDGE, Sydney Glendinning draper Wallaroo 1910 Application 25732

HOCKRIDGE, Sydney Glendinning and William John Hockridge farmers and graziers Strathalbyn 1924 Memorial 30/491

HOCKRIDGE, Thomas Charles builder Norwood 1909 Application 25659

HOCTER, Francis clerk in holy orders Kadina trustee Institute Kadina 1874 Grant Book 14 Page 24 County Daly

No 1

HODBY, Frederick storekeeper Black Springs near Kooringa Co Burra. Yongala (Hundred of Yongala) township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 13 Page 151 County Dalhousie

HODBY, Frederick storekeeper Yongala. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1878 Grant Book 13 Page 188 County Dalhousie

HODBY, Frederick storekeeper Yongala trustee Yongala cemetery 1878 Grant Book 13 Page 191 County Dalhousie

HODBY, Frederick JP storekeeper Yongala 1883[-1895] Memorial 153/348

HODBY, Frederick J storekeeper Yatina 1896 Memorial 94/427

HODBY, Frederick James Scott storekeeper Yongala. Yongala Institute trustee 1936 Memorial 114/510

No 1

HODBY, John labourer Kensington 1849[-1853] Memorial 299/16

HODBY, John farmer East Payneham 1854 Memorial 255/74

HODBY, John yeoman East Payneham, died 1864. He left his entire estate in trust to his wife, Sarah Hodby, for life or until her remarriage 'for her maintenance and the support and education of his children and in the event of his wife marrying again and having isse by such marriage his will is that no portion of his estate shall go to the support of such issue and should any husband of his said wife use towards her or to his chidren unkindness or conduct which she and his trustees shall deem improper to the character of husband and stepfather then … his trustees shall under their own immediate control the management of his estate'. After Sarah Hodby died, the trustees to sell the real estate and distribute the whole estate equally absolutely in remainder expectant amongst the children of the testator Memorial 12/196

HODBY, John yeoman East Payneham, died c1864. He left his real estate in trust for his wife, Sarah Hodby, for life, then to their children in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant. Sarah Hodby remarried to William BROOKER out of business Henry St, Stepney. She died 17/7/1903, of senile degeneration of the cerebral vessels and coma, aged 83. Her surviving family in 1904 included Frederick Hodby storekeeper Yongala, Thomas Hodby farmer Kent Town; William Hodby farmer Kent Town ; Sophia BATES wife of William Bates plateworker St Peters; Sarah Ann BRISTOW wife of Charles Edwin Preston Bristow Government Government Printer and Jane BEAL widow St Peter's Application 24820

HODBY, Thomas greengrocer Smithfield. Salisbury Strict Baptist Chapel trustee 1876 Memorial 110/297

No 1

HODBY, William farmer Cavenagh trustee unnamed Chapel Hundred of Cavenagh land grant 1885 Grant Book 34 Page 22 County Herbert

HODBY, William farmer Cavenagh trustee Jubilee Hall Cavenagh Hundred of Cavenagh land grant 1887 Grant Book 34 Page 23 County Herbert

HODBY, William linked with Section 32 Hundred of Cavenagh Co Herbert 1902 Memorial 174/445

HODDER, Thomas carpenter North Adelaide 1850 Memorial 476/25

HODDER, William fencer Angaston 1867 Application 8407

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

HODDER, William Charles of Angaston 1857[-1858] Memorial 165/369

HODDER, William Charles orchardist Angaston 1903 Application 24660

HODDER, William Charles fruitgrower Angaston 1910 Application 25886

HODDER, William Charles orchardist Angaston 1920 Application 26897

HODDING, Frederick of Yankalilla 1842 Memorial 323/2

HODDING, Mary widow Beaumont 1857 Memorial 283/120

HODDINOTT, Benjamin Butler dairyman Ardtornish 1880 Memorial 242/321

HODGE, Alfred of Encounter Bay 1877 Memorial 13/303

No 1

HODGE, Charles Minister of the Gospel Pt Elliot 1860 Memorial 79/167

HODGE, C storekeeper Pt Elliot 1865 Memorial 248/202

HODGE, Charles formerly storekeeper Pt Elliot 1865 now Congregational Minister Encounter Bay 1868 Application 9361

HODGE, Charles minister of religion Encounter Bay 1872 Memorial 48/262

HODGE, Charles Minister of Religion Encounter Bay 1884 Application 20063

HODGE, Charles R clerk Rose Park 1887 Memorial 57/388

HODGE, Edward John farmer Loxton linked with Leonard Charles Hodge and William Henry Hodge gardeners Brownhill Creek 1920 Memorial 119/481

HODGE, Evangeline trained nurse c/- Mrs Augusta SMITH (widow of James Smith formerly merchant Adelaide now deceased) of Barton Tce East, North Adelaide 1907 Memorial 204/457

No 1

HODGE, FD teller SA Banking Co, Adelaide 1865 Memorial 49/207

HODGE, Frank bank clerk Adelaide a son of the Rev'd Mr Hodge Congregational Minister 1867 Memorial 26/219

HODGE, Francis Daniel bank manager Robe 1880 Memorial 126/321

No 1

HODGE, George P agent Pt Adelaide 1874 Memorial 202/276

HODGE, George Payne shipping agent Pt Adelaide 1875 Memorial 113/284

HODGE, GP agent Pt Adelaide 1883 Application 19873

HODGE, George Payne agent Lipson St, Pt Adelaide 1896, son of the late Matthew Henry HODGE Congregational Minister Pt Adelaide, who died 13/1/1877 Yatala. The Minister owned allotments in the township of Mechanics Town Sections 401, 407, 408 and 413 Hundred of Yatala Application 23194

No 1

HODGE, HE bank clerk Adelaide 1874 Memorial 101/273

HODGE, HE manager National Bank Kapunda 1879 Memorial 154/315

HODGE, Henry Edward bank manager Kapunda 1886 Memorial 90/382

HODGE, Herbert Edward sharebroker Adelaide 1914 Application 26406

HODGE, Herbert Greville butcher Stansbury and Lilla Edith Hodge his wife 1908[-1911] Memorials 18/459 & 102/464

No 1

HODGE, John labourer Pt Adelaide 1854 Memorial 187/72

HODGE, John labourer Le Fevre Peninsula 1856 Memorial 126/96

HODGE, John gentleman Pt Adelaide 1866 Memorial 168/213

HODGE, John merchant's clerk Le Fevre Peninsula and Julia Mary Hodge his wife 1867 Memorial 102/223

HODGE, John formerly labourer Pt Adelaide 1854 but now clerk Le Fevre Peninsula 1870 Application 10927

HODGE, John storekeeper Le Fevre Peninsula 1874 Application 13475.

HODGE, Julia Mary wife of John Hodge storekeeper Le Fevre Peninsula, died 6/2/1875 intestate, leaving a £100 estate 1876 Application 15296

No 2

HODGE, John miner Kooringa 1857 Memorial 39/129

HODGE, Susannah widow Burra relict of the late John Hodge formerly miner Burra now deceased c1858 Memorial 324/147

HODGE, Martin miner Wallaroo Mines. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1869 Grant Book 14 Page 72 County Daly

HODGE, Matthew Fullarton farmer Tintinara. Tintinara (Hundred of Coombe) township allotment land grant 1907 Grant Book 10 Page 101 County Cardwell

No 1

HODGE, Matthew gentleman Adelaide 1853 Memorial 104/66

No 2 – Matthew Henry - perhaps a continuation of No 1

HODGE, Matthew Minister of the Gospel Pt Adelaide 1851 Memorial 403/36

HODGE, Matthew Henry Minister of the Gospel Pt Adelaide 1854 Memorial 198/69

HODGE, Matthew Henry Minister of the Gospel Edgecombe near Pt Adelaide 1865 Memorial 245/204

HODGE, Matthew Henry minister of the gospel Yatala township near Pt Adelaide, died c1876. He left his estate under various trusts and in outright bequests to his wife, Ellen Hodge, and his three sons, George Payne Hodge agent Pt Adelaide, Francis Daniel Hodge bank manager Robe and Henry Edward Hodge bank manager Pt Augusta Memorial 40/297

HODGE, Matthew Henry Minister of the Gospel Yatala, died 13/1/1877. His widow, Ellen Hodge, remarried to the Rev'd John LLOYD, stationed at Wallaroo 1880. George Payne HODGE agent Pt Adelaide must have been a relative Application 17751

No 1

HODGE, Thomas carrier Penola 1883 Memorial 99/353

HODGE, Thomas farmer Penola 1886 Memorial 176/378

HODGE, Thomas farmer Penola 1904 Application 24762.

No 2

HODGE, Thomas carrier Narracoorte 1905 Application 24961.

HODGE, WE agent Kooringa 1912 Memorial 178/466

No 1

HODGE, William labourer Pt Adelaide 1854 Memorial 185/72

No 2

HODGE, William licensed victualler Auburn linked with John Hodge merchant's clerk Le Fevre Peninsula and Julia Mary Hodge his wife 1867 Memorial 102/223

No 3

HODGE, William mariner formerly of Pt Adelaide, but now of Pt Pirie 1880 Application 18247

HODGE, William mariner Pt Adelaide 1885 Application 20500

HODGE, William mariner Todd St, Pt Adelaide. His wife, Anna Eliza Hodge, died 23/4/1893, of acute labour, cardiac failure ad pneumonia, aged 37 Application 25302

HODGE, William George farmer Wattle Flat near Yankalilla 1947 Memorial 108/521

No 1

HODGE, William Henry gardener Brownhill Creek 1880 Memorial 10/325

HODGE, William Henry gardener Brownhill Creek, died 17/12/1912. Father of William Henry Hodge gardener Brownhill Creek, Edward John Hodge farmer Loxton, and Leonard Charles Hodge gardener Brownhill Creek Memorial 65/468

No 1

HODGENS, Henry farmer Tothill Creek Hundred of Waterloo land grant 1857 Grant Book 44 Page 372 County Light

HODGENS, Henry farmer Dirty Light 1859[-1861] Memorial 262/150

HODGENS, Henry farmer Waterloo 1859 Application 723

HODGENS, Henry farmer Tothill Creek 1860 Application 1692

HODGENS, Henry farmer Tothill Creek 1869 Memorial 213/237

HODGENS, Henry farmer Tothill Creek, died c1874 intestate. His widow, Sarah Hodgens, took out Letters of Administration for the £3,000 estate. The Hodgens lived on the Dirty Light in 1861 -. on the tributary known as Tothill Creek Application 20971

HODGENS, Sarah widow Tothill Creek 1878 Memorial 12/306

HODGENS, Sarah widow Tothill Creek 1890. She could not write Application 21804

No 1

HODGES, Charles labourer Auburn 1865 Memorial 288/204

HODGES, Charles formerly of Auburn but now of Moonta 1873 Application 13189

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

HODGES, Francis labourer Cowandilla 1846 Memorial 362/7

HODGES, Francis the Elder and HODGES, James farmers of the same farm near Plympton 1850 Memorial 434/19

HODGES, Francis teamster Auburn and Mary Ann Hodges his wife. Parents of Charles Hodges 1863 Memorial 17/245

HODGES, Francis teamster near Auburn, died 7/8/1864, aged 65. His widow, Mary Ann Hodges, died 28/8/1872 Auburn, of paralysis, aged 68 Application 13189

HODGES, Francis labourer Clare and Agnes Hodges his wife 1909 Memorial 141/460

HODGES, Francis labourer Clare and Agnes Hodges his wife 1922 Application 27102

HODGES, Francis labourer Clare and Agnes Hodges his wife 1924. Parents of Archibald Hodges labourer Clare. His mother, Agnes Hodges, made her son a present of a 4 roomed cottage, with stable, shed and fencing worth £200 Application 27213

HODGES, Francis James farmer Troubridge Hundred of Melville land grant 1875 Grant Book 19 Page 71 County Fergusson

HODGES, Frederick gardener Houghton 1922 Application 27048

No 1

HODGES, George labourer Hindmarsh purchased land in the Hundred of Pt Gawler 1854 Memorial 194/62

No 2

HODGES, George yeoman Auburn 1855[-1865] Memorial 408/94

HODGES, George labourer Auburn married Mary Ann nee ? on 30/8/1856 at Penwortham. George Hodges died 8/1/1865 intestate. His eldest son was between 3-4 years old, the second son 15 months old, and the only other child, a daughter, about 8. George Hodges' widow gave this information 24/11/1865 Application 6968

No 3

HODGES, George farmer Tenterden 1866 Memorial 45/216

HODGES, George farmer near Tenterden 1867 Memorial 220/218

HODGES, George labourer Little Adelaide 1877 Application 16061

No 4

HODGES, George coach builder Chapel St, Thebarton 1896 Memorial 203/428

HODGES, George Henry wood merchant Prospect 1903 Application 24566

No 1

HODGES, James carpenter Adelaide. He could not write 1838[-1840] Application 1889

No 2

HODGES, James teamster Auburn 1851[-1854] Memorial 488/38

HODGES, James teamster Upper Wakefield 1854 Memorial 97/63

HODGES, James labourer Auburn 1853[-1856] Memorial 29/104

HODGES, James of Yorketown Hundred of Melville land grant 1881 Grant Book 19 Page 84 County Fergusson

No 2

HODGES, James farmer Lower Light Hundred of Dublin land grant 1875 Grant Book 26 Page 343 County Gawler

No 1

HODGES, Thomas stock owner Adelaide 1843 Memorial 213/3

HODGES, Thomas [formerly stockowner Adelaide but now] farmer Willunga 1856[-1869] Memorial 57/106

No 2

HODGES, Thomas teamster Auburn 1853[-1862] Memorial 366/55, Application 2761

No 3

HODGES, Thomas innkeeper Gawler South 1883 Memorial 95/351

No 1

HODGES, William carpenter Adelaide 1848[-1858] Memorial 456/11

HODGES, WIlliam [formerly carpenter Adelaide but now] licensed victualler Adelaide 1859 Memorial 11/149

HODGES, William formerly carpenter but now licensed victualler Adelaide 1863 Application 4115

HODGES, WIlliam licensed victualler Adelaide (Hindley St) 1879 Memorial 240/316

HODGES, William hotelkeeper Vine Inn Glen Osmond 1899[-1900] Memorial 249/437

No 2

HODGES, William butcher Glanville 1874 Memorial 23/277

No 1

HODGES, Younge Willes gentleman Glenelg 1854[-1859] Memorial 109/72 Member of the Glenelg, Brighton and Adelaide Building Society 1855 Memorial 494/89

HODGES, Younge Willes surveyor Glenelg 1865 Memorial 22/205

HODGES,Younge Willes gentleman formerly of Glenelg but now of Adelaide 1869 Application 10291

HODGES, Younge Willes customs house officer Moonta Bay and Emily Hodges his wife 1882 Application 19544

HODGES, Younge Willes gentleman formerly of Glenelg but now of Moonta Bay and Emily Hodges his wife 1895 Application 22923

No 1

HODGETTS, Henry Warburton the Younger secretary to the Stock Exchange Adelaide and Ethel Margaret Hodgetts his wife 1916 Memorial 22/475

HODGETTS, Henry Warburton the Younger formerly Secretary for the Adelaide Stock Exchange but now sharebroker Adelaide, and Mary Edith Gordon Hodgetts his wife daughter of the late Judge EC GWYNNE of Payneham 1917 Application 26556

HODGETTS, Henry Warburton the Younger sharebroker Adelaide 1919 Memorial 67/479

No 1

HODGETTS, William storekeeper Adelaide 1852, and Jessie Hodgetts his wife Memorial 303/45

HODGETTS, William carpenter Adelaide 1853 Memorial 70/83

HODGETTS, Jessie widow formerly of Adelaide but now of Ballarat Vic 1860 Memorial 199/170

HODGINS, Henry farmer Waterloo 1857 Memorial 81/115

HODGKINS, John R clerk to Messrs STOW & BRUCE solicitors Adelaide 1867 Memorial 8/226

No 1

HODGKINS, Jonathan of Watergate near Macclesfield 1854 Memorial 327/73

HODGKINS, Pleasant daughter of Joseph MOTT of Macclesfield, died in 1869. Her children were Elizabeth Ray BURMEISTER wife of Frederic Francis Burmeister engraver and printer Adelaide, Amelia ST MORRIS wife of Charles St Morris solicitor Los Angeles, California USA, Mary Ann THORMAHLEN widow Norwood, and Sarah EMMEL wife of Otto Emmell farmer Yorketown 1901 Application 24119

HODGKINS, Mary widow Gawler 1883[-1885] Memorial 50/353

HODGKINS, Thomas yeoman Adelaide 1850[-1852] Memorial 220/23

HODGKINSON, EJ assistant accountant Savings Bank of SA Adelaide 1866 Memorial 6/209

HODGKINSON, George Edmund merchant and HALLETT, Richard Esquire both of London and LEGG, Cyrus Esquire Bermondsey, Surrey, England trustees of the Worthing Mining Co Ltd 1864 Application 5708

HODGKINSON, Richard Earl labourer Adelaide 1853 Memorial 211/50 Farmer Adelaide 1855[-1857] Memorial 357/89

HODGKISS, John gentleman Adelaide, declared that his late partner, John FARMER, had left SA for parts beyond the sea. J Hodgkiss was his local agent for business affairs 1878 Application 16671

HODGKISSON, William stationhand Langhorne Creek, and Gladys Muriel Hodgkisson his wife 1955 Memorial 194/529

HODGSON, Benjamin Charles Antony farm labourer Angle Vale 1911 Application 25946

No 1

HODGSON, Henry bank manager Pt Victor 1882[-1891] Memorial 126/343

HODGSON, Henry gentleman Adelaide, died 13/7/1910 Osmond Tce, Norwood. His widow, Marie Jane Catherine Hodgson, of Osmond Tce, Norwood, died 12/1/1920 Parkside. Parents of Muriel Katharine Ethel Hodgson Memorials 183, 184/493

No 1 - perhaps the same person

HODGSON, James carpenter Hindmarsh 1855 Hundred of Pt Gawler land grant Memorial 18/94

HODGSON, James farmer Tam O'Shanter Plains 1863 Memorial 117/192

No 1

HODGSON, John Baker gentleman Adelaide 1847 Memorial 95/10

HODGSON, John Baker Esquire formerly of Liverpool, Lancs, England, but now of Yankalilla 1849 Memorial 92/14 Gentleman Encounter Bay 1851 Memorial 41/32

HODGSON, John Baker Esquire Heathcote Vic 1854 Memorial 226/71

No 1

HODGSON, Joseph farmer Glen Osmond 1846 Memorial 146/6

HODGSON, Joseph farmer Cox Creek 1854 Memorial 498/82

HODGSON, Joseph the Elder farmer formerly of Section 1067 Co Adelaide, but then of Cox Creek, died c1854. He left real estate to his wife, Hannah Hodgson, in trust for life, then to his son, Joseph Hodgson the Younger, absolutely in remainder expectant. Daughters Fanny JARVIS and Ann NATT also mentioned Memorial 95/96

HODGSON, Joseph the Elder farmer Cox Creek died c1854. He left real estate in the Cox Creek area, either in trust for life or absolutely, to members of his family - his wife Hannah, daughter Fanny JARVIS, son Joseph Hodgson the Younger, daughter Ann NATT wife of Charles Natt farmer Mt Lofty, son William Hodgson. Hannah Hodgson received all the personal estate absolutely. By 1880, Mrs Hodgson was living at Stansbury with her daughter, Ann Natt and family Application 17827

HODGSON, Hannah widow Cox Creek 1856[-1860] Memorial 233/97 Linked with Joseph Hodgson labourer Cox Creek 1860 Memorial 174/164

HODGSON, Hannah widow Mt Lofty 1865 widow of the late Joseph Hodgson the Elder farmer Glen Osmond 1846. She had a life interest in trust in Section 1067 Hundred of Onkaparinga, leaving her son, Joseph Hodgson the Younger labourer Beverley 1865, in remainder expectant. He could not write Application 7022

HODGSON, Hannah widow Stansbury 1877, linked with William Hodgson labourer Stansbury Application 15917

No 2

HODGSON, Joseph carpenter Alberton 1858 Memorial 100/134

HODGSON, Joseph joiner Alberton 1869 Application 10382

No 3

HODGSON, Joseph railway foreman formerly of Croydon but now of Bordertown 1926 Memorial 116/496

No 1

HODGSON, Joseph James carpenter Hindmarsh 1854[-1858] Memorial 219/75

HODGSON, Joseph James carpenter Pt Gawler 1858 Memorial 50/142

HODGSON, Joseph James farmer Pt Gawler 1865 Application 6177

No 1

HODGSON, Joshua gentleman Adelaide (Elizabeth St) 1850 Memorial 65/20

No 2

HODGSON, Joshua gentleman Knightsbridge 1927, declared that he was 83 years old and had lived in the area for 40 years. He worked as a surveyor for the Corporation of Kensington & Norwood between 1892-April 1926, retiring when he was 81 years old Application 27595

HODGSON, Mary widow Thebarton, died 20/12/1914 Glenelg. Mother of Thomas Hodgson railway foreman Croydon. Grandmother of Lawrence Hodgson of Middleton Memorial 114/496

HODGSON, Muriel Katharine Ethel spinster Osmond Tce, Norwood 1899 Memorial 193/438

HODGSON, Sarah widow Halifax, Yorks, England, (widow of John Hodgson merchant Halifax) took out a land order for 80 acres of Country Land 1839 (Section 709 District C). On 11/11/1847 Sion Independent Chapel, Halifax, she remarried (of Mulcture Hall, Halifax, daughter of Joseph Wheatley gentleman), to John CROSSLEY widower carpet manufacturer Saville Lodge, Halifax) son of John Crossley Senr carpet manufacturer. The new Mr & Mrs Crossley went to live at Manor Heath, Halifax Application 8747

No 1

HODGSON, Thomas 23 butcher Willaston (Father: William Hodgson) married Maria Josepha SKEWES 19 of Gawler (Father: Thomas Skewes) on 2/9/1874 at the Wesleyan Church, Gawler. Witnesses: Isabel B BATCHELOR of Gawler and Thomas SKEWES butcher Adelaide Application 19101

HODGSON, Maria Josepha of Gawler, died 21/5/1875 Willaston intestate, leaving only personal estate worth £50. Letters of administration to Thomas Hodgson butcher Gawler Application 19101

HODGSON, Thomas butcher Willaston 1882 Memorial 176/339

HODGSON, Thomas butcher Gawler South, died 10/9/1917. Husband of Ellen Hodgson who died 19/8/1921. Executrix; Nellie SAINT wife of Sydney Herbert Saint of 95 Young St, Parkside Memorial 115/496

No 1

HODGSON, Thomas Bonus labourer Mt Gambier 1886 Memorial 156/377

HODGSON, Thomas Bonus of Mt Gambier and Alice Hodgson his wife 1888 Memorial 91/390

HODGSON, Thomas Bonus labourer Mt Gambier. His wife, Alice Hodgson, died 16/6/1900 intestate. Her estate worth £100 Memorial 89/441

HODGSON, Thomas Bonus labourer Mt Gambier 1921 Application 26948

No 1

HODGSON, William labourer Pt Elliot 1854 Memorial 44/69

HODGSON, William auctioneer Middleton 1872[-1878] Memorial 220/261

HODGSON, William butcher and storekeeper Middleton near Pt Elliot 1875 Memorial 23/283

HODGSON, William butcher and farmer Middleton, became a bankrupt in 1876 Memorial 188/295

HODGSON, William auctioneer Middleton and Mary Hodgson his wife 1885 Memorial 103/368

HODGSON, Mary widow Thebarton, relict of William Hodgson auctioneer Middleton, died 20/12/1914 Glenelg. People mentioned in her will included - her son Joseph Hodgson SA Railway foreman Croydon, son Thomas Hodgson butcher Water St, Gawler South and grandson Lawrence Hodgson of Middleton. Thomas Hodgson died 10/9/1917. He left his estate to his wife, Ellen Hodgson, who died 19/8/1921 intestate. Letters of administration to his eldest daughter and child, Nellie SAINT wife of Sydney Herbert Saint, 95 Young St, Parkside. Other children in 1926 included: Arthur Lannam Hodgson 2 Gladstone Rd, Mile End; Elsie Lucretia HEBBOTTSON married woman 90 Sturt St Adelaide; Eva Annie Hodgson spinster 30 Sturt Ave, Colonel Light Gardens; Marian May LAMBERT married woman 29 Maria St, Thebarton, Millicent Taylor Hodgson (died 28/6/1926 Hutchinson Hospital, Gawler, of pneumonia, aged 37) and Harold Albert Hodgson of Gawler Application 27545

No 2

HODGSON, William butcher Pinnaroo. Pinnaroo (Hundred of Pinnaroo) township allotment land grant 1909[-1928] Grant Book 12 Page 78 County Chandos

HODGSON, William Howard miller Salisbury 1909 Application 25578

No 1

HODLEY, John labourer Kensington 1851 Memorial 115/30

HODLEY, John gentleman Kensington 1852 Memorial 407/42

HODLEY, Thomas hawker Smithfield 1893 Application 22501

HODNETT, James painter Adelaide 1870 Memorial 152/245

HODNETT, Peter James glazier Adelaide (Union St) and Anne Hodnett his wife 1864 Memorial 220/198

No 1

HODSHON, Frank baker Pt Augusta 1929 Memorial 24/501

HODSHON, Frank baker Pt Augusta 1929 Application 27733

No 1

HODSON, Benjamin baker Pt Adelaide 1865 Memorial 343/201

HODSON, Benjamin grocer Pt Adelaide 1866[-1867] Memorial 218/208

HODSON, Benjamin storekeeper Le Fevre Peninsula 1871[-1876] Memorial 73/256

HODSON, Benjamin formerly storekeeper 1872 but now out of business Le Fevre Peninsula 1875 Application 14785

HODSON, Benjamin baker formerly of Pt Adelaide 1865 but now of Le Fevre Peninsula 1876 Application 15465.

HODSON, Benjamin gentleman Glanville 1878 Application 16711

HODSON, Hannah widow Le Fevre Peninsula, widow of Benjamin Hodson gentleman Le Fevre Peninsula deceased 1882 Application 19513

HODSON, Hannah widow of Benjamin Hodson baker Pt Adelaide, who died c1882. She still owned two lots in Waterville on Le Fevre Peninsula in 1896. Did the Hodsons live there? Application 23122

HODSON, Hannah widow Le Fevre Peninsula 1898 Memorial 202/434

HODSON, Hannah widow of Benjamin Hodson of Exeter, died 18/5/1905. She left her real estate to Martha NOCK wife of John Nock mason Pt Adelaide and Fanny FOSTER wife of James Foster carter Pt Adelaide Application 24998

HODSON, Hannah widow of the late Benjamin Hodson gentleman Montpelier St, Exeter, died 18/5/1905, of choleystitis asthenia, aged 82 Application 27560

HODSON, Francis of Stepney 1856 Memorial 269/99

No 1

HODSON, James farmer Tam O'Shanter Belt 1853[-1869] Memorial 216/46

HODSON, James farmer Tam O'Shanter Belt and Mary Hodson his wife 1856[-1863] Memorial 5/109

HODSON, James farmer Tam O'Shanter Belt and Mary Hodson his wife; mother of John Henry GILL 1862 Memorial 49/243

HODSON, James yeoman Tam O'Shanter Belt 1871 Memorial 131/251

HODSON, Mary wife of James Hodson farmer Tam O’Shanter Belt, died c1869. Her land in the Hundred of Pt Adelaide, to her son John Henry GILL farmer Navan. Application 10595

HODSON, Mary wife of James Hodson Tam O’Shanter Belt, died. Her Section 963, Hundred of Pt Adelaide, in trust for her son, John Henry GILL, until he came of age. Henry Walter PARKIN and James HODSON executors and trustees. Will 2/8/1862. She could not write Deposit 217/1869

HODSON, Joseph Henry driver Queenstown 1913 Application 26179

HODSON, Joshua gardener Carey Gully 1883 Application 19698

HODSTONE, Jane of Hindmarsh 1850[-1851] Memorial 105/25

HOEFNER, Peter Bonifatuis Lutheran minister Rhine Villa Co Sturt. Hundred of Paisley land grant 1896 Grant Book 3 Page 54 County Albert

HOENKE, Christian tailor Light Pass 1854 Memorial 498/72

No 1

HOENKE, Gottfried farmer Angas Park 1850 Memorial 394/19

HOENKE, Gottfried farmer Siegersdorf 1853 Memorial 335/60

HOENKE, Johann Friedrich gentleman Adelaide 1854 Memorial 166/70

HOENKE, Johann Friedrich Ernst farmer Grünberg 1867 Memorial 135/226

HOENKE, Johann Gottlob farmer Langmeil 1853 Memorial 454/52

HOEPNER/HOPNER/HÖPNER, Heinrich Franz Robert farmer Brinkworth 1898 Memorial 63/435

HOEPNER/HOPNER/HÖPNER, Johann Friedrich Wilhelm labourer Mt Gambier Mt Gambier township allotment land grant 1861 Grant Book 29 Page 199 County Grey

No 1

HOEPNER/HOPNER/HÖPNER, Theodor August Wilhelm farmer Hamley Bridge 1883 Memorial 59/352

HOEPNER/HOPNER/HÖPNER, Theodor August Wilhelm farmer Arthurton trustee Public Cemetery Arthurton 1884 Grant Book 14 Page 420 County Daly

HOEPNER/HOPNER/HÖPNER, Theodor August Wilhelm farmer near Hamley Bridge purchased land grants in the Hundred of Tiparra 1886 Grant Book 14 Page 422 County Daly

HOERBER/HORBER/HÖRBER, Alexander cabinetmaker Adelaide 1857[-1869] Memorial 86/131

HOETTE/HOTTE/HÖTTE, Johann Gottlob farmer Littlehampton 1857 Memorial 92/120

HOEY, Francis labourer Queenstown and Bridget Hoey his wife 1868 Application 9184

HOEY, John labourer Queenstown 1893 Application 22516

No 1

HOEY, Michael carter Pt Adelaide 1873 Memorial 240/265

HOEY, Michael carter Alberton 1873 Application 12496

HOEY, Thomas Hewett hairdresser Adelaide (Grenfell St) 1896[-1901] Memorial 42/429

No 1

HOFF, August Theodor farmer Light River 1853[-1854] Memorial 3/58

HOFF, August Theodor farmer The Gilbert 1861 Memorial 324/171

HOFFMAN, John carpenter Adelaide 1839[-1840] owned land in the Mechanic's Village [part of modern-day Mansfield Park] Application 19033

No 1

HOFFMANN, Aloysius farmer near Clare Co Stanley. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1877[-1878] Grant Book 60 Page 127 County Victoria

HOFFMANN, Aloysius out of business Gawler, died 21/6/1935. Uncle of Charles William Hoffmann sheepfarmer Jamestown, Mary Eva Annie AHLE and Rosalie BATH married woman Gawler Memorials 22 & 23/509

HOFFMANN, Arthur engineer Jamestown 1912 Memorial 130/466

No 1

HOFFMANN, August farmer Bethanien 1851 Memorial 24/34

HOFFMANN, August farmer [formerly of Bethanien but now of] North Rhine 1861 Memorial 52/178

HOFFMANN, August farmer North Rhine, died c1866. He left his entire estate to his wife, Louise Mathilde HOFFMANN, provided that she pay their son, Louis Hoffmann, £600 out of the estate Memorial 81/215

HOFFMANN, August farmer North Rhine, died 8/7/1866 dropsy, aged 53. He left his estate to his wife, Louise Mathilde Hoffmann nee Wiesner, provided he pay his son, Louis Hoffmann, £400 within two years after his death. On 16/10/1867, Mrs Hoffmann 52 (Father: Christian Wiesner) remarried to Franz Joseph NEUWERTH 60 teacher near Stockwell (Father: Carl Neuwerth), at St Peter’s South Rhine, through Pastor GJ RECHNER. After their marriage, FJ Neuwerth became a North Rhine farmer on his new wife’s land, Section 519 Hundred of North Rhine Application 9158

HOFFMANN, August Wilhelm tobacconist Adelaide became a bankrupt in 1880 Memorial 196/324

HOFFMANN, Carl dealer Adelaide (Rundle St) 1855[-1862] Memorial 253/81

HOFFMANN, Carl Arthur Wilhelm of Adelaide 1879 Memorial 39/315

HOFFMANN, Carl August farmer Mannum Hundred of Finniss land grant 1880 Grant Book 58 Page 38 County Sturt

HOFFMANN, Carl Gottlieb farmer Mt Torrens Hundred of Tungkillo land grant 1881[-1883] Grant Book 58 Page 288 County Sturt

HOFFMANN, Carl Gottlieb linked with Section 302 Hundred of Finniss Co Sturt and Carl Theodor Hoffmann farmer Palmer 1881 Memorial 70/332

HOFFMANN, Carl Gottlieb farmer Mannum Pt Mannum (Hundred of Finniss) township allotment land grant 1894[-1899] Grant Book 58 Page 384 County Sturt

No 1

HOFFMANN, Carl Rudolph farmer Neudorf near Lobethal 1853 Hundred of Talunga land grant Memorial 224/50

HOFFMANN, Carl Rudolph farmer Lobethal eldest son of Samuel Gottlieb Hoffmann farmer Lobethal 1857 Memorial 328/126

HOFFMANN, Carl Rudolph farmer Blumberg (perhaps brother-in-law to Heinrich Gerhard RATHJEN farmer Blumberg??) 1868 Memorial 169/235

HOFFMANN, Carl Rudolph farmer formerly of Neudorf 1853 but now of Blumberg 1869 Application 9764

HOFFMANN, Christian tobacconist Adelaide (King William St) situated between FREARSON Bros and WB RIGBY on TA 108 1882 Memorial 115/337

No 1

HOFFMANN, Emil farmer Sevenhill 1872 Application 11925

HOFFMANN, Emil farmer Sevenhill Co Stanley. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1878 Grant Book 60 Page 129 County VictoriaHOFFMANN, Emil farmer Sevenhill 1879[-1880] Memorial 209/317

HOFFMANN, Emil farmer formerly of Sevenhill but now of Jamestown 1902 Memorial 8/446

HOFFMANN, Emil Ernst labourer Johnsburg 1894 Memorial 174/423

HOFFMANN, Ernst Gottlieb and Christian Hoffmann the Younger formerly farmers but now vignerons Siegersdorf 1941 Application 28293

HOFFMANN, Fridolin baker Woodside and Sophie Marie Elisabeth Hoffmann his wife formerly SME SCHWARK 1890 Memorial 169/405

No 1

HOFFMANN, Friedrich Ernst farmer Blumberg. Hundred of Belvidere land purchase 1867[-1895] Memorial 44/220

HOFFMANN, Friedrich Ernst farmer formerly of Blumberg 1867 but now of near Stockwell 1873 Application 12839

No 1

HOFFMANN, Friedrich Wilhelm farmer Angas Park 1854[-1855] Memorial 232/74 Linked with Johann Carl Hoffmann farmer Siegersdorf 1855 Memorial 269/83

No 2

HOFFMANN, Friedrich Wilhelm stonemason Tanunda 1861[-1862] Application 9543

No 3

HOFFMANN, Friedrich Wilhelm farmer Blumberg 1895 Application 22961

HOFFMANN, George Christoph farmer Kanmantoo 1855 Memorial 72/84

HOFFMANN, Gottfried farmer Lyndoch Valley linked with Johann Heinrich Hoffmann farmer Lyndoch Valley 1861 Memorial 162/173

HOFFMANN, Gottlieb farmer Blumberg, died 4/7/1868. Estate worth £100. His first wife, Christiane nee BAUMANN, had died in December 1848, in Hamburg. They had one daughter, Christiane Pauline Hoffmann later Mrs GUTSCHKE of Blumberg. Gottlieb Hoffmann remarried to the widow, Anna Maria BUHLMANN. They had a son called, Albert Gottlieb Hoffmann, by 1889 a farmer Blumberg. Mrs Buhlmann also had a son, called Paul Rudolph Hermann Adolph Buhlmann (of Millicent by 1889), from her previous marriage. [Likely that Gottlieb Hoffmann Senr was a relative to Samuel Gottlieb Hoffmann farmer Lobethal] 1889 Application 21588

HOFFMANN, Heinrich farmer Lyndoch Valley 1857 Memorial 153/141

HOFFMANN, Heinrich Adolph farmer near Sommerfeld 1895 Memorial 191/423

HOFFMANN, Johann Karl farmer near Tanunda 1895 Application 22972

HOFFMANN, Johann Friedrich August farmer Lyndoch Valley 1854 Memorial 243/72

HOFFMANN, Johann Friedrich Wilhelm farmer near Tanunda 1851 Memorial 161/34

No 1

HOFFMANN, Johann Gottfried gardener (Section 1044) Glen Osmond 1851[-1854] Memorial 415/34

HOFFMANN, Johann Gottfried market gardener Glen Osmond. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1853 Grant Book 1 Page 25 County Adelaide

HOFFMANN, Johann Gottfried market gardener Glen Osmond 1856 Memorial 203/102

HOFFMANN, Johann Gottfried gardener Mary Vale near Crafers 1861 [Application 26524 Sections 953 and 1044 Hundred of Adelaide. His naturalisation certificate dated 16/7/1849] Memorial 299/177

HOFFMANN, Johann Gottfried gardener and nurseryman Maryvale near Crafers 1866 Memorial 233/213

HOFFMANN, Johann Gottfried gentleman Glen Osmond 1871 Application 11277

No 2

HOFFMANN, Johann Gottfried farmer Hahndorf 1854 Section 563 Hundred of Belvidere land purchase Memorial 379/63

No 1

HOFFMANN, Johann Gotthilf Samuel farmer Wiltshire Special Survey 1854 Memorial 139/69

HOFFMANN, Johann Gotthilf Samuel and Johann Gotthilf Friedrich farmers Rowland Flat 1890 Application 21978

HOFFMANN, Johann Gotthilf Samuel farmer Rowlands Flat, died 20/10/1900. Estate worth £60. Father of Johann Gotthilf Friedrich Hoffmann farmer near Rowlands Flat Memorial 107/442

HOFFMANN, Johann Gottlieb farmer Blumberg 1853 Memorial 378/60

HOFFMANN, Johann Heinrich farmer Pt Victoria Hundred of Kilkerran land grant 1891 Grant Book 19 Page 171 County Fergusson

HOFFMANN, Johann Hermann farmer near Greenock 1886[Probaby a son of Johann Gottfried Hoffmann] Application 21061

HOFFMANN, Johann Karl farmer Angas Park 1854 Memorial 319/67

HOFFMANN, Johann Paul Alwin blacksmith Adelaide 1922 Memorial 105/485

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

HOFFMANN, Johann Samuel farmer Angas Park 1854 Memorial 320/67

HOFFMANN, Johann Samuel the Younger farmer Siegersdorf near Tanunda 1861 Memorial 275/175

HOFFMANN, Johannes Reinhold farmer Murray Bridge Pt Mannum (Hundred of Finniss) township allotment land grant 1894 Grant Book 58 Page 384 County Sturt

No 1

HOFFMANN, Louis farmer North Rhine 1868 son of the late August Hoffmann formerly farmer Bethanien then North Rhine who died 8/7/1866 and his wife, Luise Mathilde Hoffmann nee WIESNER, now the wife of Franz Joseph NEUWERTH farmer North Rhine (marriage took place 16/10/1867) Memorial 132/228

HOFFMANN, Louis farmer North Rhine Hundred of Angas land grant 1878 Grant Book 58 Page 180 County Sturt

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

HOFFMANN, Louis farmer Hundred of Yalpara Co Dalhousie 1885 Memorial 217/368

HOFFMANN, Lucas farmer Yalpara, died 15/3/1893 a widower and intestate. Father of Ernst Emil Hoffmann hotelkeeper Johnsburg 1900 Memorial 222/441

HOFFMANN, Paul Gotthold blacksmith Mannum Pt Mannum (Hundred of Finniss) township allotment land grant 1909 Grant Book 58 Page 385 County Sturt

HOFFMANN, Samuel farmer Hundred of Neales 1880 Grant Book 17 Page 197 County Eyre

HOFFMANN, Samuel Gottlieb farmer Lobethal 1852[-1854] Memorial 423/41 Died c1865. He left his entire estate to his wife, Johanne Christiane Hoffman nee LUX Memorial 4/204

No 1

HOFFMANN, Wilhelm labourer Queenstown 1871 Application 11793

HOFFMANN, Wilhelm labourer Portland Estate near Pt Adelaide 1877 Memorial 126/298

HOFFMANN, Wilhelm contractor Portland Estate 1882 Application 19536

HOFFMANN, Wilhelm labourer Portland Estate 1885 Application 20432

HOFFMANN, Wilhelm contractor Pt Adelaide 1885 Application 20677

No 1

HOFFMEISTER, Wilhelm master mariner Pt Adelaide 1892 Memorial 46/412

HOFFMEISTER, Wilhelm master mariner Pt Adelaide 1892 Application 22289

HOFFMEISTER, Wilhelm master mariner Exeter 1896 Application 23209

HOFFMEYER, Carl contractor Adelaide 1882 Memorial 116/345

HOFFMEIER, Elizabeth married woman 68 Osmond Tce, Norwood lived in a cottage there as a weekly tenant 1953 Application 28930

No 1

HOFFRICHTER, August farmer Kilkerran trustee unnamed school Kilkerran Hundred of Kilkerran land grant 1875 Grant Book 19 Page 165 County Fergusson

HOFFRICHTER, August farmer Daveyston Hundred of Kilkerran land grant 1879[-1883] Grant Book 19 Page 166 County Fergusson

HOFFRICHTER, Carl Charles farmer Wauraltee Pt Victoria township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 19 Page 206 County Fergusson

No 1

HOFFRICHTER, Carl Heinrich yeoman Tanunda 1857 Memorial 164/119

HOFFRICHTER, Carl Heinrich Friedrich farmer Rowlands Flat, died c1868. He left his real estate (house and garden on Section 2711 Wiltshire Special Survey) to his wife, Anna Dorothea Hoffrichter nee NOACK for life, then to his son, Gustav Hoffrichter, but he 'must assist his mother during her lifetime in the farming business'. Money to his eldest son, Carl Heinrich Friedrich Hoffrichter, his daughters Maria Hoffrichter and Auguste Hoffrichter. His wife to get the rest of the personal estate. Pastor Philipp OSTER of Rosenthal to be executor Memorial 1/233

No 2

HOFFRICHTER, Carl Heinrich Friedrich farmer Kilkerran Hundred of Kilkerran land grant 1880 Grant Book 19 Page 167 County Fergusson

No 1

HOFFRICHTER, Carl Ludwig farmer Tanunda 1853[-1857] Memorial 403/50

HOFFRICHTER, Carl Ludwig farme Sheaoak Log 1857 Memorial 282/129 Farmer Section 625 Hundred of Gilbert 1858 Memorial 101/132

HOFFRICHTER, Carl Ludwig farmer Sheaoak Log 1862 Application 3590

HOFFRICHTER, Carl Ludwig farmer Sheaoak Log Plains 1865 Application 6234

HOFFRICHTER, Carl Ludwig farmer near Freeling trustee Lutheran Church Freeling Freeling (Hundred of Nuriootpa) township allotment land grant 1867 Grant Book 44 Page 312 County Light

HOFFRICHTER, Carl Ludwig farmer Kilkerran trustee unnamed school Kilkerran Hundred of Kilkerran land grant 1875 Grant Book 19 Page 165 County Fergusson

HOFFRICHTER, Carl Ludwig farmer Kilkerran 1879 Memorial 152/317

No 1

HOFFRICHTER, Gustav farmer Rowlands Flat Hundred of Kilkerran land grant 1879 Grant Book 19 Page 166 County Fergusson

HOFFRICHTER, Gustav farmer Kilkerran Hundred of Kilkerran land grant 1880 Grant Book 19 Page 168 County Fergusson

HOFLICH, Paul aerated water manufacturer Apia, Samoa 1916 Application 26514

No 1

HOFSTETTER, Joseph Wilhelm barman Pt Wakefield Quorn (Hundred of Pichi Richi) township allotment land grant 1879 Grant Book 49 Page 10 County Newcastle

HOFSTETTER, Joseph Wilhelm licensed victualler Adelaide took out a 15 year lease of the Modbury Hotel for £208 a year from Barbara BUTLER widow Modbury formerly the relict of the late William STONEHAM now deceased 1883 Memorial

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HOFSTETTER, Joseph William publican Modbury Hotel Modbury 1884 Memorial 6/356