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The following information was extracted basically 'as is' from Reg Butler's (Hahndorf Historian) unpublished computer working files as at c2014.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

Bed* - Bow*

Box* - By*

Ca* - Cha*

Che* - Com*

Con* - Cu*

Da* - Dic*

Die* - Dy*

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Fa* - Fl*

Fo* - Fy*

Ga* - Gol*

Gom* - Gy*

Ha* - Han*

Har* - Hel*

Hem* - Hof*

Hog* - Hy*

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La* - Lev*

Lew* - 'Ly*

Ma* - Maz*

McA* - McW*

Me* - Mom*

Mon* - My*

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Pa* to Per*

Pes* to Py*

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Ra* - Roa*

Rob* - Rz*

Sa* - Sc*

Se*- Sl*

Sm* - Sq*

St* - Sy*

Ta* to Thr*

Thu* to Ty*

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Wa* - Wee*

Weg* - Will*

Wilm*- Wy*

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

Names Beginning  'Hog*' to 'Hy*'

HOGAN, Bridget spinster Hundred of Schomburgk 1887 Memorial 180/382

HOGAN, Cornelius labourer Georgetown Co Victoria. Hundred of Black Rock Plain land grant 1880 Grant Book 13 Page 106 County Dalhousie

HOGAN, Daniel linked with Section 206 Hundred of Cudlamudla Co Newcastle 1886 Memorial 214/374

HOGAN, Ellen married woman Adelaide (Pulteney St) 1902 Memorial 29/446

No 1

HOGAN, James farmer Tarlee Hundred of Maitland land grant 1878 Grant Book 19 Page 101 County Fergusson

HOGAN, James farmer Maitland Yorke Peninsula linked with Patrick Hogan farmer Tarlee 1879 Memorial 4/315

HOGAN, James farmer Minlaton 1882 Memorial 154/338

No 2

HOGAN, James labourer Terowie. Terowie (Hundred of Terowie) township allotment land grant 1883 Grant Book 40 Page 97 County Kimberley

No 1

HOGAN, John labourer Thebarton 1867 Application 8116

HOGAN, John labourer Thebarton 1899 Memorial 111/437

No 2

HOGAN, John farmer Tarlee 1871[-1891] Memorial 49/253

HOGAN, John farmer near Tarlee 1880 Application 18044

HOGAN, John farmer near Tarlee, died 4/5/1898. Husband of Johanna Hogan. Father of Timothy Hogan farmer near Tarlee Memorial 194/439

HOGAN, Johannah widow of the late John HOGAN farmer Tarlee, died 12/9/1914 Kapunda, of nephritis and morbus cordis, aged 85. Born in Co Kerry, Ireland. Married at 26. 59 years in SA. 1/4/-1 Deposit 37/1918

No 3

HOGAN, John labourer Tarcowie Hundred of Appila land grant 1874[-1877] Grant Book 24 Page 489 County Frome

No 4

HOGAN, John shepherd Pekina Station. Hundred of Tarcowie land grant 1878 Grant Book 13 Page 42 County Dalhousie

HOGAN, John shepherd Pekina Station Hundred of Appila land grant 1878 Grant Book 24 Page 495 County Frome

No 5

HOGAN, John farmer Hundred of Schomburgk linked with Bridget Hogan farmer Hundred of Schomburgk 1888 Memorial 33/393

No 1

HOGAN, John Quin of the Hundred of Schomburgk 1886 Memorial 218/373

HOGAN, John Quinn and Thomas farmers Hundred of Schomburgk 1886 Memorial 180/381

No 2 - perhaps a cotinuation of No 1

HOGAN, John Quinn farmer Hundred of Lindley 1886 Memorial 181/381

HOGAN, MF farmer Stockport 1881 Memorial 141/332

No 1 – the Elder

HOGAN, Michael farmer Hundred of Gambier 1869 Memorial 235/241

HOGAN, Michael farmer Mt Gambier Hundred of Mayurra land grant 1882 Grant Book 31 Page 229 County Grey

No 2 – the Younger

HOGAN, Michael the Younger farmer Millicent 1887 Memorial 233/385

HOGAN, Michael farmer Millicent Hundred of Mayurra land grant 1891[-1892] Grant Book 31 Page 233 County Grey

No 3

HOGAN, Michael farmer Hundred of Lindley 1885 Memorial 156/372

No 4

HOGAN, Michael farmer Pekina. Hundred of Pekina land grant 1893 Grant Book 13 Page 171 County Dalhousie

No 5

HOGAN, Michael labourer Leighton Hundred of Ayers land grant 1900 Grant Book 56 Page 201 County Stanley

HOGAN, Michael labourer Booborowie Hundred of Ayers land grant 1901 Grant Book 56 Page 202 County Stanley

HOGAN, P clerk Adelaide 1900[-1902] Memorial 68/441 

No 1

HOGAN, Patrick labourer The Sturt 1854 Memorial 94/74

HOGAN, Patrick farmer Marion 1856 Memorial 349/105

HOGAN, Patrick labourer Marion 1857 Memorial 49/127

HOGAN, Patrick farmer formerly of Marion 1856 but now of Mintaro 1862 Application 3654

HOGAN, Patrick farmer Hill River near Penwortham 1864 Application 5010

No 2

HOGAN, Patrick shepherd Clare 1865 Memorial 229/202

HOGAN, Patrick farmer Beach Farm Hundred of Clare, died after 1866. He left estate under conditions to his wife, Jane Hogan, his daughter Jane Hogan, his sons, John Hogan, and Michael Hogan and granddaughter, Mary Ann Hogan Memorial 236/258

No 3

HOGAN, Patrick gardener Adelaide 1868 Memorial 126/228

No 4 - perhaps the same person

HOGAN, Patrick farmer Stockport 1874 Memorial 179/273

HOGAN, Patrick farmer Tarlee and HOGAN, Thomas farmer Yorke Peninsula 1880 Application 18191

No 5

HOGAN, Patrick of the Hundred of Lindley 1886 Memorial 211/385

No 1 – perhaps the same person

HOGAN, Patrick Joseph the Younger farmer Stockport 1884 Application 20264

HOGAN, Patrick Joseph sharefarmer Kimba. Kimba (Hundred of Solomon) township allotment land grant 1916 Grant Book 9a Page 2 County Buxton

HOGAN, Robert out of business Glenelg, died 7/1/1884 a widower and intestate. Letters of administration to Elizabeth HEALY wife of Patrick Healy shoemaker Elbe St, Glenelg, the only surviving child of Robert Hogan. Estate worth £2,270 Memorial 211/356

No 1

HOGAN, Thady wheelwright Kapunda 1857 Memorial 134/129

HOGAN, Theodor wheelwright Kapunda 1859 Application 789

No 1

HOGAN, Thomas of the Hundred of Schomburgk 1889 Memorial 102/398

No 2

HOGAN, Thomas farmer Tarlee Hundred of Maitland land grant 1878 Grant Book 19 Page 102 County Fergusson

HOGAN, Thomas farmer formerly of Maitland but then of Kainton, died c1903. Husband of Annie Hogan Memorial 222/450

HOGAN, Thomas farmer Tiparra, had died by 1911. Annie Hogan farmer Kainton administered the estate Grant Book 14 Page 285 County Daly

HOGAN, Thomas James farmer Kainton. Hundred of Clinton land grant 1922 Grant Book 14 Page 147 County Daly

No 1

HOGAN, Timothy wheelwright Kapunda, died 27/4/1873 at Tarlee a widower and intestate. Letters of administration to his son, James Hogan farmer Gum Flat Yorke Peninsula, to settle the estate Memorial 46/303

HOGAN, Timothy died 22/4/1873. Probably his sons - James Hogan farmer Gum Flat, Yorke Peninsula, Thomas Hogan farmer Maitland, and Patrick Hogan farmer near Tarlee Memorial 209/310

No 2

HOGAN, Timothy labourer Norwood 1864 Memorial 291/194

HOGAN, Timothy labourer Norwood. He owned land in Nairne 1867 Memorial 221/219

No 3

HOGAN, Timothy farmer Hundred of Schomburgk linked with Bridget and Johannah Hogan spinsters Hundred of Schomburgk 1885 Memorials 190 & 193/366

No 4

HOGAN, Timothy of the Hundred of Lindley 1885 Memorial 235/372

No 5

HOGAN, Timothy farmer near Tarlee 1904 Memorial 6/451

HOGAN, Tim farmer Booborowie 1934 Memorial 53/508

HOGAN, Timothy Augustine farmer Tarlee and his wife Katherine Hogan 1930, had the following children: Timothy Hogan grazier Tarlee and Mary Hogan, Johanna Jean Hogan and Elizabeth Ann Hogan Application 27832

HOGARTH, David, John, Robert and Thomas the Younger stockholders Smithfield 1889 Memorial 19/397

HOGARTH, Findlay draper formerly of Grenfell St, Adelaide but now of Norwood 1865 Memorial 200/207

No 1 - perhaps the same person

HOGARTH, John stockholder Anna Creek and HOGARTH, Robert agent Adelaide, executors and trustees of the estate of the late Thomas Hogarth stockholder Blair Place near Smithfield, who died 1/9/1893 Blair Place, an estate of 9 Sections (720 acres) in the Hundred of Munno Para, valued at £4,530 in 1894 Application 22695

HOGARTH, John farmer Smithfield 1901 Memorial 120/444

HOGARTH, John farmer Uley. Uley Baptist Chapel trustee 1914 Memorial 196/470

No 1 - perhaps the same person

HOGARTH, Robert stockholder Strangways Springs linked with Thomas Hogarth of Smithfield 1887 Memorial 12/383

HOGARTH, Robert JP stock and station agent Adelaide 1918 Memorial 129/477

No 2

HOGARTH, Robert farmer Franklin Harbour. Trustee School Hundred of Minbrie Hundred of Minbrie land grant 1897 Grant Book 39 Page 176 County Jervois

HOGARTH, Robert William hotelkeeper Tumby Bay Hundred of Hutchison land grant 1908 Grant Book 21 Page 91 County Flinders

No 1

HOGARTH, Thomas farmer Black Forest 1847[-1853] Memorial 384/9

No 2

HOGARTH, Thomas farmer Blair Place Gawler Plains 1851 Memorial 55/217

HOGARTH, Thomas farmer Gawler Plains 1851[-1860] Memorial 172/29 Munno Para East District Councillor 1859 Memorial 231/158

HOGARTH, Thomas farmer Beavis Place Smith Creek 1853 Memorial 145/59

HOGARTH, Thomas farmer Munno Para 1856 Memorial 302/105

HOGARTH, Thomas MLC of Smithfield 1873 Memorial 75/271

HOGARTH, Thomas farmer Smith's Creek Hundred of Munno Para 1860 Application 1084.

HOGARTH, Thomas farmer formerly of Blair Place Smith Creek 1853 but now of Smithfield 1874 Application 13675

HOGARTH, Hon Thomas stockholder formerly of Smithfield but now of Strangways Springs Station Far North 1880 Memorials 126 & 133 & 155/328

No 3

HOGARTH, Thomas agent Ardrossan 1882 Memorial 164/339

HOGARTH, Thomas agent Ardrossan. Price township allotment land grant 1882 Grant Book 20 Page 25 County Fergusson

HOGARTH, William pastoralist Mt Barker 1899 Application 23806

No 1 – William Hanna Hogarth

HOGARTH, WH JP of Narracoorte 1891 Memorial 29/409

HOGARTH, William Hanna resident engineer Naracoorte. Hundred of Jessie land grant 1894 Grant Book 50 Page 260 County Robe

HOGARTH, William Hanna engineer Naracoorte Co Robe. Trustee unnamed School Hundred of Hynam. Hundred of Hynam land grant 1896 Grant Book 29 Page 169 County MacDonnell

No 1 - the Elder

HOGBEN, Edward labourer Adelaide 1839. He had links with Payneham Application 13603

HOGBEN, Edward farmer Pine Forest 1847[-1861] Memorial 277/10 Estate called Mt Pleasant 1850 Memorial 152/26

HOGBEN, Edward farmer Mt Pleasant near Enfield 1857 Memorial 188/128

HOGBEN, Edward farmer Dry Creek Co Adelaide. Hundred of Saddleworth land grant 1859 Grant Book 44 Page 339 County Light

HOGBEN, Edward farmer Wakefield 1863 Application 4369

HOGBEN, Edward the Elder had two children, James Hogben and Harriett Anne Hogben, who both died before their father. Edward Hogben the Elder died 23/3/1867, leaving his estate to his widow, Mary Hogben, for life. Edward and Mary Hogben's daughter, Mary Maria Hogben 17 Boundary Farm Stanley, married Thomas COOK 28 farmer Boundary Farm, Stanley (Father: William Cook) on 7/4/1864 Emanuel Church, Chinkford. Minister: JB Titherington. Witnesses: Francis GUNDY farmer Red Creek and Jane Hogben of Stanley Application 24730

HOGBEN, Edward farmer The Wakefield 1864, died 23/3/1867 owning ‘considerable real estate’. Wife Mary Hogben, and children Edward Hogben, John Hogben, James Hogben, Thomas Hogben, Robert Hogben, Mary Maria Hogben, Jane Hogben and Harriett Anne Hogben in 1864 before his death. By 1878, the family was settled thus: Mary Hogben widow Mintaro, Edward Hogben farmer Manoora, Robert Hogben farmer Mintaro and Mary Maria COOK nee Hogben wife of Thomas Cook farmer Auburn. James Hogben had died 3/5/1868, while Thomas Hogben died 23/12/1869 and Jane Hogben died 18/10/1870. Harriett Ann Hogben had died before her father died Memorials 130 & 131/319

HOGBEN, Mary widow Mintaro 1881[-1897] Memorial 4/335

HOGBEN, Mary widow formerly of Mintaro but then of Dry Creek, died 30/7/1903. Mother of Edward Hogben farmer Manoora. Executors; Joseph Nathaniel TICKLE farmer near Mintaro, and Walter Norris ROWE blacksmith Mintaro. Estate worth £5,500. Memorial 54/450

No 2 - the Younger

HOGBEN, Edward the Younger farmer Manoora 1904, son of the late the Elder farmer Wakefield Application 24730

HOGBEN, Edward formerly farmer Manoora but now out of business New Parkside 1917 Memorial 115/475

HOGBEN, Edward labourer Adelaide 1882 Memorial 90/345

HOGBEN, Edward John farmer formerly of Victor Harbor but now of Kangarilla 1943[-1949] Memorial 65/517

HOGBEN, John farmer near Chinkford 1868 Memorial 226/235

No 1

HOGBEN, Richard labourer Little Para 1854[-1856] Memorial 461/66

No 2

HOGBEN, Richard farmer The Gilbert 1854 Memorial 160/75

No 1

HOGBEN, William farmer The Meadows 1852 Memorial 419/43

HOGBEN, William farmer The Meadows 1862 Application 2996

HOGBURN, Edward yeoman Mt Pleasant 1851 Memorial 339/34

HOGDELL, James butcher near Crafers 1865 Memorial 186/206

No 1

HOGG, Benjamin Joseph saddler Adelaide 1847 Memorial 489/9 Farmer Brownhill Creek 1848[-1850] Memorial 81/12 Farmer Mitcham 1849 Memorial 248/17

HOGG, Benjamin Joseph gentleman Mitcham, died. By 1879, his widow, Mary Katherine Hogg, had remarried to a Mr CARRUTHERS and was widowed again. Children included: Emma Elizabeth HEATH wife of Alfred Heath Esquire Adelaide and Lewis Richard Hogg Esquire Pt Adelaide Memorial 65/317

HOGG, James manager Bank of Australasia Kooringa 1880 Memorial 28/327

No 1

HOGG, John carrier Penola 1862 Memorial 273/186

HOGG, John labourer Penola, died 6/11/1900 intestate and a widower. Father of Sarah Hogg spinster Penola Memorial 30/442

No 2

HOGG, John farmer near Kooringa Hundred of Ayers land grant 1876 Grant Book 56 Page 193 County Stanley

HOGG, Lewis gentleman Mitcham 1888 Application 21438

No 1

HOGG, Lewis Richard registrar of shipping Pt Adelaide 1885 Memorial 97/370

HOGG, Lewis Richard Registrar of Shipping Pt Adelaide 1885 He and his twin sister, Emma Elizabeth HEATH, wife of Alfred Heath Commissioner of Audit, were 21 in 1885. Children of Benjamin Joseph Hogg, who died 3/6/1854 Application 20670

HOGG, Lewis Richard gentleman Pt Adelaide 1902 Memorial 156/446

HOGG, Robert James orchardist Morphett Vale 1927 Memorial 69/497, Application 27612

HOGG, Robert Welton medical practitioner Morphett Vale 1922, declared that he owned Holly Hall on pt Section 7 Hundred of Noarlunga Application 27109

HOGGINS, Albany Charles clerk in holy orders Orroroo. Walloway (Hundred of Coomooroo) township allotment land grant 1885 Grant Book 13 Page 453 County Dalhousie

HOGLIN, John carpenter Mt Gambier 1864 Memorial 176/194

HOGMAN, Andrew labourer Portland Estate 1874[-1892] Memorial 47/278

HOGMAN, William labourer Portland Estate 1874 Memorial 123/279, Application 22193

HOGSFLESH, Elizabeth married woman Mt Moricie?? Vic formerly Elizabeth KEATING spinster Strathalbyn 1875 Memorial 224/284

HOHMUTH, Johann Gottlieb shoemaker Adelaide 1850 Memorial 496/87

HOHN, Carl carpenter Mt Gambier Co Grey, died 30/11/1875. He left his entire estate to his wife, Pauline Hohn, absolutely. Francis HOCTER a priest, and Marie STÜRTZEL no description were the witnesses to the will Memorial 32/289

No 1 – probably mixture of the Elder and the Younger

HOHNBERG, Johann August farmer Hundred of Anna 1885 Memorial 154/364

HOHNBERG, Johann August farmer Nildottie. Hundred of Nildottie land grant 1898 Grant Book 3 Page 4 County Albert

HOHNBERG, Johann August the Younger farmer Devon Downs. Hundred of Nildottie land grant 1898 Grant Book 3 Page 4 County Albert

No 1

HOHNHOLZ, Friedrich cabinetmaker Adelaide 1876[-1877] Memorial 190/288

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

HOHNHOLZ, Johann Friedrich formerly storekeeper but now gentleman Rhine St, Glenelg 1912 Application 26150

HOILE, Edward chemist Laura 1890 Memorial 197/404

HOILES, John settler Kooringa 1849 Memorial 461/30 Publican Skillogolee Creek 1851 Memorial 462/30

HOKIN, Charles labourer Pt Adelaide 1851 Memorial 22/32

HOKLAS, Heinrich Johann George linked with Section 160 Hundred of Willochra Co Frome 1890 Memorial 51/402

No 1

HOKLAS, Joachim Heinrich farmer Talunga 1853 Hundred of Nuriootpa land purchase Memorial 480/54

HOKLAS, Joachim Heinrich farmer Neu Mecklenburg Memorial 277/169

HOLAN, Patrick formerly cordial manufacturer but now out of business Willaston 1906, declared that he had lived in Willaston since 1856 Application 24511

No 1

HOLBECHE, Francis solicitor Adelaide 1840 Memorial 66/59

HOLBECHE, Francis of Adelaide 1842[-1845] Memorial 300/2

No 1

HOLBROOK, Frederick William wholesale fruiterer Adelaide 1907[-1924] Memorial 70/458

HOLBROOK, Frederick William wholesale fruiterer Wattle St, Malvern 1912 Application 26128.

HOLBROOK, Frederick William formerly wholesale fruiterer Adelaide now out of business Malvern 1927 Application 27592

HOLBROOK, George labourer Morphett Vale 1852 Memorial 177/43

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

HOLBROOK, John Daykin farmer Payneham 1853[-1854] Memorial 144/50 Esquire Adelaide 1854 Memorial 431/66

HOLBROOK, John Daykin farmer Underdale 1857[-1859] Memorial 97/124

HOLBROOK, John Daykin vinegrower Underdale, died 23/12/1880. Survived by his wife, Harriett Holbrook Memorial 50/328

HOLBROOK, Harriet widow Underdale relict of the late John Daykin Holbrook of Underdale 1883 Application 19641

HOLBROOK, John Daykin vigneron Underdale linked with Robert James Holbrook bank clerk Kalgoorlie WA 1904 Memorial 141/450

HOLBROOK, John Daykin vigneron Underdale and his trustees 1904 had owned land beside the Torrens River for at least 45 years. Trees had been planted along the river bank and pumping apparatus installed. Stock had been running on the property and the river had been scoured for sand. Another family member, Robert James Holbrook was a bank clerk at Kalgoorlie WA Application 24786

HOLDEN, Alfred and Herbert Francis engineers and mechanics Adelaide trading under the style or firm of Holden Bros 1890 Memorial 144/403

HOLDEN, Alfred Emanuel engineer Porter St, Parkside 1896 Memorial 235/426

HOLDEN, Edward Wheewall governing director of Tenax Investments Ltd 175 North Tce, Adelaide 1941 Application 28294

No 1

HOLDEN, Hannah spinster Adelaide 1857 Memorial 320/115

HOLDEN, Hannah spinster and Richard Gibbs carpenter both formerly of Adelaide but now of the Hundred of Pt Gawler 1858 Application 124

HOLDEN, Hannah spinster Two Wells, died 20/11/1864 Pt Gawler. She left her estate in trust for life to Mary Mann GILKS, then to her two daughters, Hannah Mary Holden Gilks and Annie Maria Holden Gilks, absolutely in remainder expectant. Estate worth £250 Memorial 108/447

No 1

HOLDEN, James carrier Adelaide 1845[-1851] Memorial 12/92

No 2

HOLDEN, James labourer Leasingham, died 28/6/1907. Father of Gilbert Holden hawker Leasingham Memorial 6/458

HOLDEN, James labourer Leasingham, died 28/6/1907. He left his entire £122 estate to his son, Gilbert Holden hawker Leasingham [By 1914, Gilbert Holden was a gardener at Leasingham] Application 26153

No 1

HOLDEN, James Alexander gentleman Adelaide 1857 Memorial 173/126

HOLDEN, James Alexander saddler and ironmonger Adelaide 1860 Application 1416

HOLDEN, James Alexander gentleman North Kensington 1862 Application 3501

HOLDEN, James Alexander importer Adelaide 1866 Memorial 201/214

HOLDEN, James Alexander merchant Kensington 1869 Memorial 139/240

HOLDEN, James Alexander wholesale saddler Adelaide 1878 Memorial 199/308

HOLDEN, James Alexander wholesale saddler Adelaide, about to leave the province and live abroad for some time, power of attorney to George Swan FOWLER merchant Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 12/3/1878 Deposit 151/1878

HOLDEN, John gentleman Adelaide Co Adelaide. Kadina (Hundred of Kadina) township allotment land grant 1861 Grant Book 14 Page 24 County Daly

HOLDEN, Matthew labourer Cheltenham 1851 Memorial 355/36

HOLDEN, Robert Henry currier Villestre Rushal near Walsall, Staffs, England 1910, declared that Emily Sarah WIGGIN wife of Joseph Foxall Wiggin farmer Birmingham Road, Walsall, was his aunt. She was a daughter of Edward Holden currier Walsall. Formerly, she had married a Mr BRETTELL, but had become widowed and remarried to Joseph Wiggin on 12/3/1869 Congregational Church, Walsall. Mrs Wiggin bought land in SA from James Alexander Holden merchant Adelaide in 1866 (perhaps her brother?). JA Holden's sons, Henry James Holden and Edward Whewall Holden merchants Grenfell St, Adelaide, were her local attorneys to do her SA business Application 25856

HOLDEN, Robert William Superintendent of the Poonindie Mission Station 1876 Memorial 7/293

No 1

HOLDEN, Stephen Trusty gardener Modbury 1894 Memorial 167/421

HOLDEN, Stephen Trusty gardener Modbury and Emily Holden his wife 1902 Memorial 185/445

HOLDEN, T blacksmith Parade Norwood 1869 Application 9790

No 1

HOLDEN, Thomas whitesmith Norwood 1851 Memorial 454/30

HOLDEN, Thomas whitesmith Norwood 1880 Application 18208

No 2 – perhaps the same person

HOLDEN, Thomas farmer Mt Gambier Hundred of Young land grant 1890 Grant Book 30 Page 126 County Grey

HOLDEN, Thomas farmer Tarpeena, had died by 1905. Executors – John KENNEDY of Peweena near Mt Gambier and William Sutton sheepfarmer near Mt Gambier Grant Book 30 Page 129 County Grey

No 1

HOLDEN, William yeoman Adelaide 1841 Application 9799

HOLDEN, William yeoman Section 824 District B 1842 Application 1914

HOLDEN, William yeoman near Adelaide 1843 Memorial 224/3

HOLDEN, William [formerly yeoman near Adelaide but now] gentleman Adelaide 1854 Memorial 405/70

No 2
HOLDEN, William stonemason McLaren Vale 1856[-1859] Memorial 379/100

No 3
HOLDEN, William yeoman Section 824 Survey B 1858 Memorial 312/145

No 4
HOLDEN, William reporter North Adelaide Co Adelaide. Kadina (Hundred of Kadina) township allotment land grant 1861 Grant Book 14 Page 24 County Daly

HOLDEN, William newspaper reporter Adelaide 1862 Memorial 80/275

HOLDEN, William journalist North Adelaide (Jeffcott St), died 11/10/1897. Husband of Susan Rosannah Holden. Executor: George Stevenson DE ROSE gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now of Medindie Memorial 54/433

HOLDER, Charles farmer Clare Hundred of Ayers land grant 1868 Grant Book 56 Page 203 County Stanley

HOLDER, Daniel of Oladdie 1882 Memorial 115/339

No 1

HOLDER, Ebenezer farmer Condowie trustee Cemetery Hundred of Boucaut Hundred of Boucaut land grant 1876 Grant Book 55 Page 33 County Stanley

HOLDER, Ebenezer farmer Condowie Hundred of Boucaut trustee unnamed Chapel Hundred of Boucaut Hundred of Boucaut land grant Hundred of Boucaut land grant 1879 Grant Book 55 Page 34 County Stanley

HOLDER, Ebenezer farmer Steelton on the Dirty Light Hundred of Boucaut land grant 1879 Grant Book 55 Page 34 County Stanley

HOLDER, Ebenezer farmer Johnburg trustee a Chapel [perhaps at Johnburg?] 1891 Grant Book 13 Page 312 County Dalhousie

HOLDER, Ebenezer Ernest labourer Reynella and Jessie Ann Holder his wife 1947 Memorial 144/521

HOLDER, Edmund gardener Clarendon. Hundred of Kuitpo land grant 1909 Grant Book 2 Page 101 County Adelaide

No 1

HOLDER, Edward yeoman Clarendon 1850[-1855] Memorial 204/84

HOLDER, Edward farmer Uplands Farm near Clarendon 1857 Memorial 46/160

No 2

HOLDER, Edward labourer Gottlieb Well Hundred of Terowie land grant 1879 Grant Book 40 Page 10 County Kimberley

No 1

HOLDER, Frederick William wheatbuyer Freeling 1872 Memorial 157/259

No 2
HOLDER, Frederick W schoolteacher Kooringa 1876 Memorial 36/300

HOLDER, Frederick William newspaper proprietor Kooringa 1883[-1886] Memorial 57/348, Application 20860

HOLDER, Frederick William formerly journalist Kooringa now of Adelaide Kooringa 1902 Kooringa Wesleyan Methodist Church trustee 1891 Application 28412

HOLDER, Frederick William journalist Kooringa 1884[-1889] Memorial 159/358

No 1

HOLDER, Gilbert farmer Leasingham 1901[-1917] Memorial 190/443

HOLDER, Gilbert orchardist Leasingham, died 29/8/1947 Adelaide. Husband of Annie Holder. Father of Henley Gilbert Holder, Walter Sinclair Holder, Stella DALLISON, Ethel FIELD and Hilda WALTON Memorial 740/529

HOLDER, Gilbert orchardist Leasingham via Watervale, died 29/8/1947. He used to employ an Alick SMITH to help him run his properties many years previously Application 29075

No 1

HOLDER, James labourer Leasingham 1855 Memorial 252/94

No 2

HOLDER, James labourer Nairne 1858 Memorial 316/146

HOLDER, James of Nairne 1860. He could not write Application 1315

HOLDER, James carter formerly of Nairne now of Stepney. He could not write 1882 Application 19561

No 1

HOLDER, James Morecott engineer Adelaide 1849 Memorial 376/16

HOLDER, James Morecott teacher Happy Valley 1854 Memorial 477/77

HOLDER, James Morecott teacher O'Halloran Hill 1855 Memorial 206/86

HOLDER, James Morecott teacher formerly of Happy Valley 1854 but now of Adelaide 1863 Application 3995

HOLDER, John William farm labourer Echunga 1896 Application 23169

HOLDER, Julia Maria of Kooringa 1890 Memorial 62/401

HOLDER, Mark hairdresser Payneham and Sarah Matilda Holder his wife 1896 Application 23164

No 1

HOLDER, Matthew labourer Cheltenham 1851 Memorial 355/36

HOLDER, Matthew carrier Cheltenham 1857[-1858] Memorial 269/114

HOLDER, Matthew labourer Cheltenham 1851 Labourer Angaston 1866 ‘I have hardly been getting a living for my family since I came up to Angaston. I thought at one time I should have been able to make it up, but now I cannot at all, and I am very sorry …’ Application 8755

HOLDER, Richard of Cheltenham and Emma Holder his wife 1881 Application 18624

HOLDING, James the Younger labourer Hundred of Bright Co Burra. Hundred of Julia Creek land grant 1896 Grant Book 44 Page 81 County Light

HOLDING, John farmer German Flat. Trustee unnamed School Hundred of Hindmarsh. Hundred of Hindmarsh land grant 1872 Grant Book 30 Page 198 County Grey

No 1 - perhaps the same person

HOLDING, Robert dairyman Adelaide 1850; Pt Adelaide late 1850[-1855] Memorial 250/25

HOLDING, Robert licensed victualler Old Halfway House Hotel Port Road 1856 Memorial 132/106

HOLDING, Robert licensed victualler Emu Hotel Morphett Vale 1857 Memorial 98/123

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

HOLDING, Robert baker and general storekeeper Port Road Alberton 1852 Memorial 170/39

HOLDING, Robert baker Alberton insolvent debtor 1852 Memorial 26/44

No 1

HOLDING, Samuel farm servant Aldinga Co Adelaide. Hundred of Blanche land grant 1858 Grant Book 30 Page 53 County Grey

No 2

HOLDING, Samuel of the Hundred of English 1885[-1890] Memorial 66/367

HOLDING, Samuel farmer Hundred of English 1886 Memorial 173/373

HOLDING, William of Point Pass 1883 Grant Book 17 Page 170 County Eyre

HOLDLAND, Robert dairyman Le Fevre Peninsula 1851 Memorial 181/35

HOLDSWORTH, James town clerk Pt Augusta 1895[-1987] Memorial 231/423

No 1

HOLDSWORTH, Robert storekeeper Payneham 1856[-1880] Memorial 325/111

HOLDSWORTH, Robert builder Payneham 1882 Application 19284 No 1

HOLDSWORTH, RF storekeeper Warooka 1880 Memorial 182/327

HOLDSWORTH, Robert Farrant storkekeeper Payneham 1889 Application 21585

No 1

HOLDSWORTH, William schoolmaster Norwood 1850[-1857] Memorial 157/28

HOLDSWORTH, William storekeeper Norwood 1860 Memorial 106/166

HOLDSWORTH, William formerly schoolmaster but now storekeeper Norwood 1867 Memorial 42/224

No 1

HOLDSWORTH, William Barratt Commonwealth Railways plumber Pt Augusta 1924 Memorial 135/491

HOLDSWORTH, William Barratt Commonwealth Railways plumber Pt Augusta and Myra Holdsworth his wife 1929[-1942] Application 27733, Application 28338

HOLE, WF of Adelaide 1851. Perhaps linked with Edmond Edward Hole of Wagga Wagga NSW 1882 Memorials 426/28 & 104/347

HOLIDAY, Robert John printer Hindmarsh 1922 Memorial 52/487

HOLKER, James Ralph engine driver Glanville 1889 Application 21628

No 1

HOLLAMBY, Henry labourer Bull Creek 1868 Memorial 131/228

HOLLAMBY, Henry farmer Macclesfield and Maria Louisa Hollamby his wife 1907 Memorial 221/456

HOLLAMBY, Maria Louisa widow formerly of Macclesfield but now of Goodwood 1908 Memorial 210/458

No 1

HOLLAMBY, Robert farmer Section 3288 Green Hills Special Survey 1856 Memorial 308/98

HOLLAMBY, Robert farmer Bull Creek 1858 Memorial 41/137

HOLLAMBY, Robert farmer near Macclesfield 1894 Memorial 100/421

No 1

HOLLAMS, James farmer Yankalilla 1869 Memorial 233/243

HOLLAMS, James yeoman formerly of Yankalilla but now of Windsor 1886 Application 21053

No 1 - likely to be the same person

HOLLAND, Alfred Morse labourer Burra 1851 Memorial 163/66

HOLLAND, Alfred Morse coachmaker Gawler 1854 Memorial 75/74

HOLLAND, Alfred Morse mail driver Gawler 1855 Memorial 20/81

HOLLAND, Alfred Morse gentleman Mt Barker 1857[-1858]. He took out a lease on the Fountain Inn at Glen Osmond 1858 Memorials 80/123, 297/141, 128/151

HOLLAND, Alfred Morse licensed victualler Littlehampton 1859 Memorial 173/302

HOLLAND, Alfred Morse married Elizabeth LOWE on 15/4/1853 Adelaide. AM Holland innkeeper Great Eastern Hotel, Littlehampton, died 21/12/1859 compound fracture of the leg, aged 29. He left his widow all his small estate. When she went to India in 1862, she left his will with the late Mr PELHAM Judge of the SA Supreme Court for safe custody. When Elizabeth Holland returned to SA, she had married, or was about to marry Charles Louis Albert BACHMANN engineer now of Norwood 1879. Mr Pelham had died, as had also his executor, William S MILLER Application 16722

HOLLAND, Caleb and Emmanuel farmers Belair Farm 1878[-1879] Memorial 245/324

HOLLAND, Caleb Charles storekeeper Frewville 1899 Application 23799

HOLLAND, Caroline spinster Pt Adelaide 1852 Memorial 390/42

HOLLAND, Charles cabinetmaker Adelaide 1853 Memorial 87/51

HOLLAND, Charles Edwin labourer Elliston 1947[-1948] Memorial 47/522

HOLLAND, Charles French farmer Pine Forest near North Adelaide 1847 Memorial 295/9

No 1

HOLLAND, Charles Whitehair cabinetmaker Norwood 1851 Memorial 377/37

HOLLAND, Charles Whitehair builder Norwood 1857 Memorial 92/122

No 2

HOLLAND, Charles Whitehair cabinetmaker Adelaide 1853[-1874]. Enrolments 85/25 & 85/28

HOLLAND, Charles Whitehair upholsterer Glenelg 1872 Application 12324

HOLLAND, Charles Whitehair upholsterer Adelaide. New Brighton land purchase 1875 Memorial 62/285

HOLLAND, Charles Whitehair cabinetmaker Adelaide (Rundle St) 1877 Application 15906

HOLLAND, Charles Whitehair gentleman formerly of Norwood but now of Melbourne Vic 1882 Application 19041

No 3

HOLLAND, Charles Whitehair of Seacombe House, Seacliff father of Lydia Bessie O'CONNELL widow Young St, Seacliff and probably Isabel DAVIES married woman The Esplanade, Seacliff 1930 Memorial 109/504

No 1

HOLLAND, George labourer Adelaide 1852. Hundred of Clare land grant Memorial 9/45

HOLLAND, George labourer Adelaide 1854 Memorial 254/78

HOLLAND, George farmer Clare 1862 Application 3201

HOLLAND, George farmer Clare 1864 Memorial 187/199

HOLLAND, Margaret widow Mannanarie. Hundred of Mannanarie land grant 1892 Grant Book 13 Page 85 County Dalhousie

No 2

HOLLAND, George farmer Mt Crawford Hundred of Appila land grant 1880 Grant Book 24 Page 500 County Frome

No 1

HOLLAND, George Harold law clerk Adelaide 1919 Memorial 9/479

HOLLAND, George Harold solicitor 3 Farrell St, Glenelg 1930 Application 27776

HOLLAND, Henry labourer Mt Gambier 1873[-1877] Memorial 146/267

HOLLAND, Henry Edward stock breeder Rosenthal 1883[-1886] Memorial 32/348

No 1

HOLLAND, James of Cherry Gardens 1866 Memorial 88/217

No 2

HOLLAND, James of North Tce, Adelaide 1871[-1872] Memorial 37/257

HOLLAND, James Anderson gentleman Glenelg and Emily Holland his wife 1924 Memorial 112/490, Application 27277

HOLLAND, John James farmer Dawson trustee unnamed Cemetery Hundred of Coglin land grant 1883 Grant Book 34 Page 85 County Herbert

HOLLAND, Peter farmer Geralds Farm near Clare 1863[-1864] Memorials 233/190, 286/193

No 1

HOLLAND, Richard stockholder Gawler 1851 Memorial 496/36

HOLLAND, Richard farmer (Sections 838 & 839) Hundred of Nuriootpa 1853 Memorial 127/59

HOLLAND, Richard farmer Lyndoch Valley and Margaret Holland his wife formerly Margaret ROBERTSON widow 1853 Memorial 373/50

HOLLAND, Richard grazier North Para River 1856 Memorial 291/104

HOLLAND, Richard gentleman Turretfield near Rosenthal 1859 Memorial 49/160

No 1 - likely to be the same person

HOLLAND, Richard formerly labourer 1852 but now farmer Findon 1875 Application 14492

HOLLAND, Richard farmer Section 417 near Adelaide 1864[-1870] Memorial 104/196

HOLLAND, Richard farmer Findon 1870 Memorial 65/249

HOLLAND, Richard farmer Findon 1880 Application 18063

HOLLAND, Richard carter Findon 1883 Application 19655

No 1 - likely to be the same person

HOLLAND, Robert farmer Yankalilla 1857 Memorial 234/114

HOLLAND, Robert labourer Normanville 1861[-1862] Memorial 80/172 Loyal Yankalilla Oddfellows Lodge trustee 1862 Memorial 341/186

HOLLAND, Robert farmer Yankalilla 1871 Application 11449

No 1

HOLLAND, R obert Josiah farmer Naracoorte Hundred of Mayurra land grant 1878[-1879] Grant Book 31 Page 223 County Grey

HOLLAND, Robert Josiah of Millicent 1888 Memorial 232/393

HOLLAND, Samuel of Millicent Hundred of Mt Muirhead land grant 1881 Grant Book 31 Page 198 County Grey

HOLLAND, Terrence market gardener Crafers 1887 Memorial 93/386

No 1

HOLLAND, Thomas contractor near Pt Wakefield 1885 Memorial 183/365

No 2

HOLLAND, Thomas farmer Mannanarie. Hundred of Mannanarie land grant 1887 Grant Book 13 Page 85 County Dalhousie

No 1

HOLLAND, Thomas C[orin] clerk to Messrs WAY & SYMON solicitors Adelaide 1876 Memorial 225/287

HOLLAND, Thomas C clerk to CC KINGSTON solicitor Eagle Chambers, Adelaide 1876 Memorial 161/294

HOLLAND, Thomas C clerk to CC KINGSTON solicitor Adelaide. Linked with W Holland of King William St, Adelaide no description 1876 Memorial 182/455

HOLLAND, Thomas C clerk to CC KINGSTON solicitor Adelaide 1877[-1878] Memorial 24/300

HOLLAND, Thomas C clerk to Messrs KINGSTON & Kingston solicitors Adelaide 1880 Application 28447

HOLLAND, Thomas C solicitor Adelaide 1884 Memorial 218/356

HOLLAND, Thomas Corin solicitor Adelaide 1896 Application 23203

HOLLAND & LATHLEAN solicitors Waymouth St, Adelaide 1894 Application 22698

HOLLAND, Thomas C solicitor Adelaide linked with WC Holland of Woodhurst Unley 1896 Memorial 221/427

HOLLAND, Thomas solicitor Adelaide 1908 Memorial 13/459

HOLLAND, TC & LATHLEAN, RH solicitors Santo Buildings, Waymouth St, Adelaide 1911 Application 25936

HOLLAND, Thomas C solicitor Adelaide 1915 Memorial 162/472

No 1

HOLLAND, Timothy blacksmith of SA. He owned land in Victoria township near Kapunda 1851 Memorial 148/36

HOLLAND, Timothy blacksmith formerly of Kapunda but presently living in Victoria 1853 Memorial 191/54

No 1

HOLLAND, Walter of Morphett Vale 1851 Memorial 325/32

HOLLAND, Walter farmer Morphett Vale 1854[-1855] Memorial 130/69

HOLLAND, Walter farmer Morphett Vale Hundred of Minlacowie land grant 1881 Grant Book 19 Page 255 County Fergusson

No 1

HOLLAND, William farmer Dulwich 1844[-1849] Memorial 404/3

HOLLAND, William farmer Cudlee Creek 1854 Memorial 329/72

HOLLAND, William farmer Millbrook, died 6/7/1871 intestate Memorial 136/471

No 2

HOLLAND, William engineer Pt Adelaide 1850[-1853] Memorial 33/28

No 3

HOLLAND, WIlliam bootmaker Adelaide 1873[-1890] Memorial 119/270, Application 21865

HOLLAND, William George timber foreman Port Road, Woodville Estate via Kilkenny changed his name to William George BAILEY 1926 Memorial 24/496

No 1

HOLLAND, William Thomas farmer Hundred of Clinton 1884[-1886] Memorial 16/362

HOLLAND, William Thomas farmer Clinton. Hundred of Clinton land grant 1893 Grant Book 14 Page 137 County Daly

HOLLANDS, Adam miner Moonta Mines 1885 Memorial 244/363

HOLLANDS, Herbert George agent formerly of 49 King St, Norwood but now of Light Tce, Thebarton 1918 Application 26724

HOLLANDS, Irn storekeeper Moonta 1925 Memorial 32/494

No 1

HOLLARD, Caleb and Emanuel farmers Belair Farm 1878 Memorial 245/324

HOLLARD, Caleb Charles storekeeper Belair 1882 Application 19059

HOLLARD, CC storekeeper Frewville 1892 Memorial 97/412

No 1

HOLLIDGE, David Henry school teacher formerly of Wesley College Melbourne Vic but now of the Fullarton Estate 1894 Application 22753

HOLLIDGE, David Henry tutor Fullarton Estate 1902 Memorial 31/447

HOLLIDGE, David Henry tutor Glenelg 1923 Memorial 108/487

No 1

HOLLIDGE, James painter Norwood 1868 Memorial 197/257

HOLLIDGE, James [formerly painter Norwood but now] gasfitter Chapel St, Norwood 1873 Memorial 172/267

HOLLIDGE, James formerly painter 1868 but now gas fitter Norwood 1873 Application 12991

HOLLIDGE, James plumber Norwood 1894 Application 22753

No 1

HOLLINGHAM, Edward farmer Lime Stone Valley [perhaps Section 3064 Hundred of Barossa] 1853 Memorial 450/59

HOLLINGHAM, Edward [formerly farmer Lime Stone Valley but now] gentleman Gawler 1859 Memorial 162/149

HOLLINGHAM, Edward gentleman Dean House, London Road, Redhill, Surrey, England, power of attorney to Vipont HOWGATE Inspector and Colonial Manager Bank of SA Ltd, and failing him, Francis Daniel HODGE Sub-Manager of the Bank of SA Ltd Adelaide 1885 Application 21136

HOLLINGSWORTH, Edward horticulturalist Paradise 1925[-1929] Memorial 111/492

No 1

HOLLINGSWORTH, Ezra labourer Walkerville 1877 Memorial 137/300

HOLLINGSWORTH, Ezra labourer Walkerville linked with Manassech Hollingsworth drover Walkerville 1879 Memorial 12/313

HOLLINGSWORTH, Ezra labourer Walkerville 1881 Application 18946

HOLLINGSWORTH, Manasseh drover Walkerville 1907 Application 25339

No 1

HOLLINGWORTH, Allen carpenter Queenstown 1856 Memorial 70/99

HOLLINGWORTH, Allen carpenter Portland Estate 1857 Memorial 31/120

HOLLINGWORTH, Allen carpenter Pt Adelaide 1857[-1861] Memorial 57/124

HOLLINGWORTH, Allen carpenter Mt Remarkable 1862 Memorial 13/183

HOLLINGWORTH, Mr joiner Queenstown 1874 Application 13775

HOLLINGSWORTH, Samuel labourer Walkerville 1877[-1881] Memorial 136/300, Application 18840

No 1

HOLLINGWORTH, John Henry architect Semaphore 1902 Application 24475

HOLLINGWORTH, Agnes Mary widow Semaphore 1915 Application 26423

HOLLINGWORTH, Mary died 16/7/1871 [widow of Lewis Hollingworth]. Probable members of her family in 1880 included - Marshall Crocker Hollingworth farmer Tickera Yorke Peninsula and Isabella Anna NANKERVIS nee Hollingworth wife of John Henry Nankervis machinist Orroroo Memorial 55/326

HOLLINS, James agent Adelaide 1856[-1860] Memorial 413/100

No 1

HOLLINS, Phillip innkeeper Adelaide 1842 Memorial 464/55

HOLLINS, Philip publican Horse Shoe Inn Noarlunga 1842 Memorial 174/2

HOLLINS, Philip gentleman Noarlunga 1852 Memorial 227/43

HOLLINS, Phillip gentleman Noarlunga Trustee Anglican Glebe land grant for parsonage and cemetery Enrolment 5/55

HOLLINS, Philip gentleman formerly of Noarlunga but now in parts beyond the seas 1860 Memorial 229/167

HOLLINS, Philip Esquire Kent Town, died 19/11/1865. He left legacies to his domestic servant, Margaret HARROLD, 'residing with me', and his sisters Margaret and Jane Hollins spinsters Camden St, Derby, Co Derby, England. The remainder of his estate to his wife, Ann Hollins, absolutely Memorial 202/207

HOLLINS, Philip Esquire Kent Town, died 1866. Sections 132, 144, 384 District C, to his sisters, Margaret and Jane HOLLINS of Camden St, Derby, England, as tenants in common, for life, then to Alexander BIRRELL gentleman Norwood absolutely in remainder expectant. The rest of the testator's estate to his wife, Ann HOLLINS absolutely. Executors: Alexander BIRRELL gentleman Norwood, and William EVERARD gentleman Ashford near Adelaide Enrolment 90/46

HOLLINS, Ann widow Kent Town, died 18/2/1868. She left estate to her sister, Elizabeth POTTER (wife of Thomas Potter the Elder millwright Chaddesby Corbett, Worcs, England), who died 31/7/1883 in Britain. Mrs Potter's son, Thomas Potter the Younger, was a grocer in Walsall, Staffs, England Memorial 201/260, Application 27843, RPA Search 2285

HOLLIS, George ironmoulder Clarence Park. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1910 Grant Book 2 Page 19 County Adelaide

HOLLIS, James farmer Salisbury 1857 Memorial 344/116

HOLLIS, JH butcher Alberton 1893 Application 22574

HOLLIS, John butcher Mt Gambier 1875[-1878] Memorial 232/281

No 1 - likely to be the same person

HOLLIS, Thomas labourer Gawler 1870 Memorial 193/246

HOLLIS, Thomas gardener Magill, died 14/5/1884 intestate and a bachelor. Letters of administration to his mother, Mary Ann Hollis widow Gawler, to settle his £330 estate Memorial 2/360

No 1

HOLLIS, William labourer Bull Creek 1860 Memorial 272/167

HOLLIS, William farmer Bull Creek 1860 Memorial 121/162

HOLLISS, Thomas blacksmith Silverton NSW or SA Cockburn (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1886 Grant Book 65 Page 167 County Not named

No 1

HOLLISTER, Albert James, Frederick, James and John gardeners Campbelltown 1909 Memorial 41/462

HOLLISTER, Albert James, Frederick and James gardeners Campbelltown 1919 Application 26756

No 1

HOLLISTER, J labourer Athelstone 1876 Application 27092.

HOLLISTER, James gardener Athelstone 1882[-1891] Memorial 117/345, Application 21985

No 1

HOLLITT, Charles and Josiah graziers Wirrabara 1908[-1910] Memorial 17/460

HOLLITT, Charles grazier Wirrabara 1913 Memorial 104/468

No 1

HOLLITT, George farmer Wirrabara trustee unnamed Public Cemetery Hundred of Appila land grant 1877 Grant Book 24 Page 493 County Frome

HOLLITT, George farmer Wirrabara Hundred of Appila land grant 1880 Grant Book 24 Page 501 County Frome

HOLLITT, George farmer Hundred of Booleroo Hundred of Booleroo land grant 1882 Grant Book 24 Page 625 County From

HOLLITT, Henry labourer Hundred of Appila Hundred of Appila land grant 1897 Grant Book 24 Page 513 County Frome

HOLLITT, Josiah farmer Hundred of Appila Hundred of Appila land grant 1898 Grant Book 24 Page 514 County Frome

HOLLITT, William farmer Booleroo Hundred of Booleroo land grant 1890 Grant Book 24 Page 630 County Frome

HOLLOWAY, Catherine widow John St, Hindmarsh linked with Phoebe McLaren Holloway spinster Pt Adelaide 1889 Memorial 156/396

No 1

HOLLOWAY, Charles police constable Pt Adelaide 1856[-1858] Memorial 378/99

No 2

HOLLOWAY, Charles farmer Mt Gambier 1864[-1866] Memorial 265/193

HOLLOWAY, Charles farmer Compton Downs Hundred of Hindmarsh land grant 1876[-1880] Grant Book 30 Page 198 County Grey

HOLLOWAY, Charles of Mt Gambier Hundred of Hindmarsh land grant 1884 Grant Book 30 Page 201 County Grey

HOLLOWAY, Henry tailor Pt Adelaide 1864 Memorial 6/194

No 1

HOLLOWAY, Hugh Quilter of Adelaide and Catherine Holloway his wife 1870 Memorial 213/275

HOLLOWAY, Hugh Quilter of Hindmarsh and Catherine Holloway his wife 1872 Memorial 36/261

HOLLOWAY, Hugh Quilter storeman Adelaide and Catherine Holloway his wife 1876 Application 15163

HOLLOWAY, Catherine widow John St, Hindmarsh 1897. She had lived in Hindmarsh since c1847 Application 23377

HOLLOWAY, Catherine widow John St, Hindmarsh 1920, declared that she had lived in the area for over 30 years Application 26850

No 1

HOLLOWAY, John baker Strathalbyn and Ann Holloway his wife 1864 Memorial 57/197

HOLLOWAY, Ann baker Strathalbyn, whose earnings and property are protected against her husband [unnamed] and his creditors 1863 Memorial 58/189

HOLLOWAY, John baker Strathalbyn and Ann Holloway his wife 1884 Application 20397

HOLLOWAY, Thomas law clerk Mt Gambier 1877 Memorial 201/299

HOLLOWAY, William farmer Tantanoola Hundred of Hindmarsh land grant 1885 Grant Book 30 Page 202 County Grey

HOLLY, Alfred James farmer Hackham 1936 Application 28038

No 1

HOLLY, Charles & William farmers Morphett Vale 1845[-1853] Memorial 379/4

HOLLY, Charles farmer Hackham 1884 Application 20220

HOLLY, Charles farmer Hackham, died 1/7/1899. Linked with Thomas Holly farmer Hackham (who turned 21 on 1/8/1896) and William Holly the Younger farmer Hackham Memorial 97/439

HOLLY, Charles Sydney farmer Hackham 1962, born in 1893, declared that he had remained in the district all his life, except when he lived in WA between 1913-1915 and was absent on active service for some years after 1916 Application 29475

No 1

HOLLY, Charles William farmer Hackham 1912 Memorial 183/466

HOLLY, Charles William farmer Coytrehene Hackham, died 21/6/1939. Brother to Mabel Margaret Holly and Hilda Llewellyn Holly spinsters Hackham Memorial 39/514

HOLLY, John farmer Morphett Vale 1857 Memorial 38/133

No 1

HOLLY, Thomas farmer Hackham 1893 Application 22598

HOLLY, Thomas farmer Hackham 1924, born 21/8/1875, a son of Charles Holly farmer Hackham and his wife, Elizabeth nee COLLINS Application 27270

HOLLY, Thomas farmer Hackham 1899[-1906] Memorial 97/439

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

HOLLY, William farmer Noarlunga 1849[-1853] Memorial 282/14

HOLLY, William farmer Morphett Vale 1855 Memorial 425/84

HOLLY, William formerly of Noarlunga but now residing beyond the seas 1857 linked with Charles Holly farmer Noarlunga Memorial 18/132

HOLLY, William gentleman formerly of Hackham but then of Southampton, Hants, England, died 28/12/1884. Estate worth £240 Memorial 94/385

HOLLY, William the Elder gentleman formerly of Hackham but then of Southampton, Hants, England, died 28/12/1884. His daughter, Harriet RAYNER nee Holly, died 29/4/1886 Hackham. Her children inherited real estate at Hackham from their grandfather, William Holly the Elder. John Rayner farmer Hackham, Thomas Rayner farmer Hackham, Sarah GERIN wife of John Gerin farmer Hackham, George Rayner farmer Hackham, Margaret Rayner spinster Hackham, Charles Rayner farmer Hackham, Fanny Rayner spinster Hackham, Edward Rayner farmer Hackham. Land sold by public auction 24/8/1886 to William Holly the Younger farmer Hackham. Executor George YATES gentleman Hackham arranged the sale. John Holly of Hackham mentioned Memorial 155/413

HOLLY, William the Younger farmer Hackham 1871 Memorial 63/252

HOLLY, William farmer Morphett Vale 1900 Application 24101

HOLLY, Mabel Margaret spinster Hackham, aged 65 in 1940, declared she was a daughter of William Holly the Elder farmer Hackham (died 28/12/1884), and a sister of Charles William Holly farmer Hackham (died 21/6/1929) and Hilda Llewellyn Holly spinster Hackham. Mrs Harriet RAYNER (widow of the late John Rayner) who died 29/4/1886, of heart disease and dropsy, was another daughter Application 28279

HOLLYWOOD, Michael of Saltia near Pt Augusta, died 1891 Memorial 20/409

No 1 - perhaps the Elder

HOLM, Carl August carpenter Adelaide 1849 Memorial 321/18

No 1 - perhaps the Younger

HOLM, Charles carpenter Mt Gambier 1872 Memorial 96/258

HOLM, Charles carpenter Mt Gambier 1874 Application 13483

HOLM, Charles carpenter Mt Gambier, died 30/11/1875. Husband of Pauline Holm. Witnesses to his will; J Francis HOCTOR priest and Marie STÜRTZEL Memorial 32/289

HOLM, Charles carpenter Mt Gambier, died 30/11/1875. He left estate to his wife, Johanne Auguste Pauline Holm. She remarried to James GULLIDGE labourer Mt Gambier, and died 23/8/1897 Application 23471

HOLMAN, Elizabeth Mary widow Wintanerta? relict of the late George Holman formerly farmer Wintanerta now deceased 1893 Memorial 95/416

No 1

HOLMAN, Herbert Hensley clerk Adelaide 1884 Memorial 98/362

HOLMAN, Herbert Hemsley clerk Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1885 Grant Book 14 Page 89 County Daly

No 1

HOLMAN, James yeoman Willunga 1853 Memorial 110/57

HOLMAN, James farmer Yankalilla 1856[-1870] Memorial 156/100

HOLMAN, James yeoman formerly of Willunga but now of Yankalilla 1857 Memorial 119/117

HOLMAN, James farmer Napperby. Trustee Wesleyan Methodist Church Hundred of Napperby Hundred of Napperby land grant 1882 Grant Book 60 Page 390 County Victoria

No 1

HOLMAN, John policeman Adelaide 1840 Application 3907.

No 2

HOLMAN, John farmer Willunga 1849 Trustee McLaren Vale Wesleyan Methodist Chapel Memorial 375/23

HOLMAN, Mellicent wife of John Holman carpenter Willunga, died c March 1849 Willunga. George LARA of Willunga supplied this information 1882 Application 18782

HOLMAN, John the Younger farmer eldest son and heir at law and James Holman yeoman another son both of Willunga 1853. Sons of the late John Holman the Elder formerly farmer Willunga now deceased 1853 Memorial 317/56

HOLMAN, John farmer Yankalilla 1857 Memorial 109/130

No 3 - likely to be the same person

HOLMAN, John farmer Cowandilla 1851 Memorial 125/30

HOLMAN, John farmer Section 102 Survey B 1851 Memorial 172/38

HOLMAN, John farmer Twickenham 1855[-1858] Memorial 207/86

HOLMAN, John farmer Twickenham, died 18/9/1870. Real estate to his son, John Rowe Holman farmer Balaklava, and daughter Susannah Holman. £5 each to his daughters, Mary Ann RICHARDS, Marina OVERALL and Jane Holman. Estate worth £100 Application 19621

No 3

HOLMAN, John fancy warehouseman Adelaide (Rundle St) 1864 Memorial 332/200

No 4

HOLMAN, John farmer Adelaide and Margaret Holman his wife 1874 Application 14082

No 1

HOLMAN, John Rowe farmer Balaklava 1879 Memorial 161/315

HOLMAN, John Rowe farmer formerly of Penryn but now of Balaklava 1879 Application 17420

No 1

HOLMAN, Samuel labourer Kadina purchased land grants in the Hundred of Kadina 1877 Grant Book 14 Page 231 County Daly

HOLMAN, Samuel farmer Boors Plains. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1881 Grant Book 14 Page 239 County Daly

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

HOLMAN, Thomas Atkinson no description had died by 1894 intestate. Letters of administration to William Holman farmer Nelshaby Grant Book 60 Page 393 County Victoria

No 1

HOLMAN, William farmer Willunga son of John Holman farmer Willunga 1853 Memorial 451/51

HOLMAN, William farmer Willunga 1854 Memorial 187/65

No 2

HOLMAN, William farmer Gawler 1855[-1856] Memorial 24/81

HOLMAN, William carter Gawler 1858 Memorial 333/140

No 3

HOLMAN, William of Moonta 1879 Memorial 229/317

No 4

HOLMAN, William farmer Telowie 1888 Memorial 70/391

No 5

HOLMAN, William sheep farmer Mongolata 1889[-1890] Memorial 50/396

HOLME, Duncan farmer and grazier Currency Creek 1950 Memorial 140/524

HOLME, Garnet Richard farmer Goolwa, aged 52 in 1953, declared he had lived in the district all his life Application 28982

No 1

HOLME, Lachlan grazier Mt Benson 1938 Memorial 106/512

HOLME, Ellen Elinia widow formerly of Mt Benson but then of Kingston S-E (relict of the late Lachlan Holme who died 27/4/1945), died 13/3/1956. Probably parents of Maurice Lachlan Holme grazier Mt Benson Memorials 96/531 & 46/532

No 1

HOLME, Thomas sheep farmer Mundoo Island Hundred of Alexandrina 1856[-1857] Memorial 72/112

HOLME, Thomas of Mundoo Island leased the 21 square mile Callington Run near Mannum 1868 Memorial 231/229

HOLME, William sheepfarmer Mundoo Island Clayton (Hundred of Alexandrina) township allotment land grant 1859 Grant Book 36 Page 457 County Hindmarsh

HOLMES, Alfred ironworker Queen St, Gawler South, died 10/9/1922 a widower. Father of Kathleen Gwyneth Holmes. Executors; Henry George Holmes pattern maker Glanton St, Hindmarsh and Alfred ZOWE contractor Rose St, Mile End. Estate worth £950 Memorial 19/488

HOLMES, Arthur retired gardener Williamstown 1936, declared that he had lived in the area for 81 years Application 27988

No 1

HOLMES, Charles carrier Angaston 1877 Application 16023

HOLMES, Charles out of business Angaston 1907 Memorial 90/457

HOLMES, Charles carrier Angaston 1908, declared that he had lived continuously in Angaston since c1863. He said that the District Council of Angaston had owned the land bounded by Fife St, Sturt St and Washington St continuously for at least the last 50 years. Burton's Circus and other groups used to hire the land to play to the public. John DALLWITZ Angaston District Clerk said that he had held the position since c1904. He noted that the District Council used this land as a stone and other materials depot Application 25412

HOLMES, C retired Angaston. Angaston Institute trustee1908 Application 25448

HOLMES, Charles out of business Angaston 1911. Angaston Methodist Church trustee Application 26005

HOLMES, Charles Louis Gerard dealer Prospect Co Adelaide. Beltana (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1874 Grant Book 65 Page 2 County Not named

HOLMES, Daniel farmer Meadows 1859 Memorial 101/152

HOLMES, David sawyer Adelaide 1838 Application 16246

HOLMES, E of Mt Lofty 1910 Memorial 198/462

No 1

HOLMES, Edwin Fitzroy baker and Henry Holmes mason both of Narracoorte 1874 Memorial 194/455

HOLMES, Edwin Fitzroy baker Narracoorte 1877 Memorial 162/300

HOLMES, Edward Fitzroy baker Francis St, Clarence Park, died 29/8/1897, of senile decay, aged 68. Henry Holmes mason Frances, died 26/7/1895 Mt Gambier hospital, of 10 years' heart disease and 3 months' dropsy, aged 67. These two men had lived at Narracoorte during the 1870s Application 27132

No 1

HOLMES, Eli yeoman Gawler 1852 Memorial 247/39 Miner Gawler 1852 Memorial 67/40

HOLMES, Eli publican Gawler 1853[-1854]. In partnership with TL LAWSON in buying a section of land Hundred of Mudla Wirra. Farmer Gawler 1855. Enrolment 41/20

HOLMES, Eli farmer Gawler 1856 Memorial 458/98

HOLMES, Eli farmer Willaston 1856 Memorial 360/99

HOLMES, Eli farmer formerly of Gawler but now of Willaston 1858 Memorial 270/139

HOLMES, Eli farmer Willaston, lived there from at least 1855 until his death in 1864 Application 23691

HOLMES, Eli farmer Willaston, died 1864. He left his entire estate in trust to his wife, Catherine Holmes, for her lifetime, then to the trustees to fulful the terms of the will Memorial 211/197

HOLMES, Catherine Teresa widow of Eli Holmes farmer Gawler, died 23/9/1877, of cancer, aged 42. Eli Holmes had died c1864 Application 17112

No 1

HOLMES, George butcher Yankalilla 1860 Memorial 209/168

No 2 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

HOLMES, George labourer Auburn and Ann Holmes his wife 1873 Memorial 146/264

HOLMES, George labourer East Auburn 1874 Memorial 123/278

HOLMES, George farmer New Auburn and Ann Holmes his wife. She died 11/2/1900 intestate. Estate worth £30. Walter Holmes a minor New Auburn belonged to this family Memorials 195 & 196/442

HOLMES, George out of business Auburn 1919 Memorial 7/479

HOLMES, George the Elder contractor Auburn, died 12/12/1924 intestate. Father of Agnes Holmes. Executors; Elizabeth BYRNE widow Auburn and William RYAN farmer near Halbury. Estate worth £400 Memorial 17/493

No 3

HOLMES, George the Younger farmer Pinnaroo. Hundred of Pinnaroo land grant 1912[-1927] Grant Book 12 Page 48 County Chandos

No 1 - perhaps the same person

HOLMES, Gerard butcher Yankalilla 1860 Memorial 152/169

HOLMES, Gerard farmer Yankalilla 1865 Application 6465

HOLMES, Gerard dairyman Parkside 1880 Memorial 209/327

HOLMES, Gerard cattle dealer Hamilton House Hamilton on the Torrens 1881 Memorial 39/330

HOLMES, Gerard of Hamilton on the Torrens near Walkerville 1881 Application 18383.

HOLMES, Gerard dairyman Hampstead 1881 Application 18817.

HOLMES, Gerard cattle dealer Hamilton House near Nailsworth 1882 Application 19204

HOLMES, Gerard farmer Hamilton, Walkerville 1885. He had an interest in lot 47 township of Windsor, a stone quarry in Section 494, Hundred of Yatala Application 20802

No 1

HOLMES, Henry carpenter formerly of Adelaide 1843 Memorial 273/3

HOLMES, Henry farmer Section 427 Sources of the Rhine 1843 Memorial 273/3

HOLMES, Henry carpenter Angaston 1854 Memorial 394/62

HOLMES, Henry farmer near Angaston 1855 Penrice Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee Memorial 182/88

HOLMES, Henry farmer Spring Farm near Angaston 1856 Memorial 223/111

HOLMES, Henry the Elder farmer Angaston 1864 Memorial 336/197

No 2

HOLMES, Henry bricklayer Pt Adelaide 1854[-1856] Memorial 455/68

HOLMES, Henry bricklayer Queenstown 1857 Memorial 235/130

No 3

HOLMES, Henry engineer Adelaide (Currie St) 1862 Memorial 179/183

HOLMES, Henry engineer formerly of Currie St, Adelaide 1862 but now of Kapunda 1869 Application 9967

No 4

HOLMES, Henry minister of the Gospel Broughton 1874 Grant Book 14 Page 496 County Daly

HOLMES, Henry PM clergyman Nairne had the PM Chapel at Tailem Bend in his circuit Tailem Bend (Hundred of Seymour) township allotment land grant 1900 Grant Book 54 Page 168 County Russell

No 5

HOLMES, Henry mason Narracoorte linked with Edwin Fitzroy Holmes baker Narracoorte 1874 Memorial 172/277

No 1

HOLMES, HD of Adelaide 1879 Memorial 27/315

HOLMES, Henry Diggens bank accountant Adelaide (King William St) 1882 Memorial 154/345

HOLMES, Henry Diggens accountant Adelaide 1886 Memorial 198/393

HOLMES, HD manager Bank of SA Gawler branch 1889 Memorial 46/398

HOLMES, Henry William saddler New Tiers 1851 Memorial 292/35

No 1

HOLMES, James labourer Mt Barker 1864 Application 4992

No 2

HOLMES, James labourer Pt Broughton. Hundred of Mundoora land grant 1907 Grant Book 14 Page 272 County Daly

HOLMES, James Stewart farmer Yarcowie Co Victoria. Hundred of Mongolata land grant 1882 Grant Book 9 Page 118 County Burra

HOLMES, James Taylor vigneron Payneham linked with John Holmes gardener Magill Road 1877 Memorial 69/301

HOLMES, JM bank officer Adelaide (King William St) 1954 Memorial 57/529

No 1

HOLMES, John tailor Adelaide 1847[-1851] Memorial 92/8

No 2

HOLMES, John private HM 11th Regiment Adelaide 1851 Memorial 165/38

HOLMES, John [formerly private 11th Regiment but now] yeoman Stepney 1852 Memorial 312/45

HOLMES, John farmer Magill Road 1854 Norwood Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee Memorial 93/99

HOLMES, John wine grower North Kensington 1872 Application 12423

HOLMES, John and James Taylor Holmes vignerons Magill 1874 Memorial 155/276

HOLMES, John farmer Magill Road Norwood Wesleyan Chapel trustee 1877 Application 16053

HOLMES, John formerly gardener Magill Road and HOLMES, James Taylor formerly Esquire Payneham now winemakers North Kensington 1877 Application 15696

HOLMES, John formerly Private HM 11th Foot Regiment late pensioner Nelson St, Stepney, died 17/3/1888. He left his entire estate to his son, John Lambert Holmes fruiterer formerly of Stepney now of Broken Hill 1900 Application 23969

No 3

HOLMES, John butcher Pinnaroo. Hundred of Pinnaroo land grant 1911 Grant Book 12 Page 48 County Chandos

No 1

HOLMES, John William Esquire Fourth Creek 1848[-1853] Memorial 153/13 St George’s Magill glebe trustee. Gentleman Holmesdale 1851 Memorial 373/29

HOLMES, John William gentleman Adelaide, about to leave the province for a time, power of attorney to Charles MERRETT stockholder The Princess Royal Mine, to manage his SA business affairs 26/4/1853 Deposit 219/1878

No 2

HOLMES, John William contractor Yongala 1886[-1890] Memorial 49/376

No 3

HOLMES, John William miner Teetulpa, had died by June 1887 Memorial 49/385

No 4

HOLMES, John William miner Mingary 1888 Memorial 8/391

HOLMES, Joseph teamster Pt Augusta Hundred of Davenport land grant 1879 Grant Book 24 Page 653 County Frome

HOLMES, Joseph Arthur carpenter and joiner Goodwood Road. Goodwood Road Wesleyan Methodist Church trustee 1901 Memorial 216/444

No 1

HOLMES, JG of Kingston Noarlunga 1857 Memorial 200/119

HOLMES, Joseph Goodwin storekeeper Kingston near Noarlunga 1858[-1860] Memorial 90/144

HOLMES, Joseph Goodwin storekeeper Noarlunga 1864[-1872] Memorial 265/198, Application 9721

HOLMES, Kathleen Gwyneth spinster c/- Mrs BENNETT of Buckle St, St Leonards 1923 Memorial 89/488

HOLMES, Leonard William broker Adelaide 1883 Memorial 168/347

HOLMES, Leslie company director formerly of North Adelaide but now of Belair 1952 Memorial 107/527

HOLMES, Phoebe widow Adelaide (Hindley St) 1855 Memorial 367/94

No 1 - possibly the same person

HOLMES, Richard sawyer Adelaide 1844 Memorial 22/17

HOLMES, Richard sawyer Lyndoch Valley 1855[-1859] Memorial 125/92, Application 805

No 1

HOLMES, Robert Arthur bank teller Pt Adelaide 1887 Memorial 7/389

HOLMES, RA bank agent Millicent 1890 Memorial 77/405

HOLMES, Robert Arthur banker formerly of Pt Adelaide but now Jamestown 1895 Application 22900

HOLMES, Robert Arthur bank manager formerly of Warracknabeal Vic but now of Wellington New Zealand dealt with land in the Hundred of Blanche 1903 Memorial 244/449

HOLMES, Samuel Tuson gentleman Adelaide purchased an assigned lease for the Prince of Wales Hotel Angas St, Adelaide 1858 Memorial 108/140

No 1

HOLMES, Thomas sheep farmer Mundoo Island 1863 Application 3936

HOLMES, Thomas butcher Goolwa 1862[-1876] Memorial 21/295

HOLMES, Thomas butcher Goolwa 1876 Application 15626

No 1

HOLMES, Walter farmer New Auburn 1901 Memorial 196/442

HOLMES, Walter farmer formerly of New Auburn but now of Kunat via Lake Boga Vic linked with Agnes Holmes spinster Auburn 1925 Memorial 86/493

HOLMES, Walter Beeby carrier Angaston 1909 Memorial 65/462

No 1

HOLMES, William widower married Phoebe nee ? at Hastings, Sussex, England in February 1836. William Holmes died 6/6/1853 Adelaide intestate. His eldest son, William Hilkiah Holmes, born 30/1//1838 St Leonard’s-on-Sea, Sussex, inherited his estate as heir at law 1882 Application 19418

HOLMES, William widower plasterer Hastings married Phoebe nee ? in Feb 1836, at the Hastings Old Church, Sussex, England. He had a child by his first marriage - Huldah, aged 3 in 1836, and who died in Melbourne Vic aged 22. Children of the 2nd marriage - William Hilkiah Holmes born 30/1/1838 St Leonards (baptised 4/3/1838 St Mary Magdalen near Hastings); Robert Edward Holmes born 15/6/1841; Henry Holmes born 19/3/1843; Henry Diggins Holmes born 3/2/1846. By January 1841, William Holmes was a plasterer in Adelaide. William Holmes fruiterer Hindley St, Adelaide, died 6/6/1853 intestate, of influenza, aged 45. His eldest son, William Hilkiah Holmes importer Currie St, Adelaide 1883 inherited his estate as heir at law. In 1883, Phoebe Holmes widow, lived in North Tce, Adelaide Application 19785

HOLMES, William plasterer Adelaide (Hindley St) 1848 Memorial 376/11

HOLMES, William greengrocer Adelaide 1849 Memorial 496/16

HOLMES, William fruiterer Adelaide (Hindley St) 1851 Memorial 172/46

No 2

HOLMES, William farmer Pt Gawler 1858 Memorial 109/141

No 1

HOLMES, William Hilkiah grocer Adelaide (Hindley St) eldest son and heir at law of the late William Holmes plasterer Adelaide, who died 6/6/1853 intestate 1868 Memorial 49/228

HOLMES, William Hilkiah merchant Adelaide (Currie St) 1880 Memorial 78/321

HOLMES, William Lawrence blacksmith Thebarton 1851[-1860] Memorial 27/36

HOLMES, William Tarlton police sergeant Adelaide (11 Cairns St) 1908 Memorial 53/460

No 1

HOLMESBY, William watchman Adelaide 1855[-1864] Memorial 320/90

HOLMESBY, William watchman Adelaide (Vincent St) Hundred of Upper Wakefield land grant 1858 Grant Book 56 Page 126 County Stanley

HOLMESBY, William Baillie painter Unley 1888 Memorial 15/399

No 1

HOLROYD, Benjamin and Henry stockholders Pt Lincoln District 1855 Memorial 63/93

HOLROYD, Benjamin and Henry sheep farmers Pt Lincoln District copartners carrying on business under the firm of B Holroyd & Co 1865 Memorial 256/204

HOLROYD, Benjamin sheep farmer Pt Lincoln, died 28/2/1875 Memorial 173/313

HOLROYD, Mrs widow Burnside 1883 Application 19590

No 1

HOLROYD, Henry Esquire Pt Lincoln 1863[-1866] Memorial 48/189

HOLROYD, Henry stockholder Duck Ponds Station near Pt Lincoln linked with Benjamin Holroyd gentleman formerly of Pt Lincoln but now of Beaumont 1870 Memorial 146/250

HOLROYD, Henry stockholder Duck Ponds Station, Pt Lincoln 1878[-1886] Memorial 112/309

HOLROYD, Henry stockholder Pt Lincoln 1881 Application 18608.

HOLROYD, Henry of the Duck Ponds near Pt Lincoln 1881 Application 22433

HOLROYD, Henry formerly farmer Pt Lincoln 1898 late Tarlee, died 15/8/1911 Kapunda. He left precious family heirlooms to his sister, Catherine LUCAS widow Fullarton (Children - Annie Lucas, Bertie Lucas, Harry de N Lucas, Claude Lucas), his sister Susan NESBITT widow Hampstead, to his brother-in-law Frederick Halcomb, husband of his deceased sister Margaret Halcombe nee Holroyd (Children - Gertrude OLDHAM Guy Worthington Halcolmbe, and C Digby Halcombe). Another sister, Ellen WILD widow St John's Wood, London, and a cousin Stephen Holroyd sheepscare, Leeds, Yorks, England. Other treasures to old friends - Mrs G TUCKNOTT widow Poonindie, Mrs SISON widow Boston House, Pt Lincoln, as well as to the eldest surviving son of his old friend, Captain RAXBY of the Queen's Yacht, Portsmouth, England. Estate worth £247 Application 26781

HOLROYD, Henry formerly farmer Pt Lincoln but then of Tarlee, died 15/8/1911 Kapunda. Brother to Catharine LUCAS and the late Margaret HALCOMBE whose children were Gertrude OLDHAM, Guy Worthington HALCOMBE solicitor Petersburg and C Digby Halcombe. Memorial 23/466

HOLST, Heinrich Ludwig cooper Lobethal 1850[-1855] Memorial 192/28

HOLST, Simon railway goods porter Kapunda 1871 Application 11639

HOLSTEIN, Heinrich householder Stepney 1885 Application 20767

HOLT, George Herbert cabinetmaker Adelaide (Currie St) 1898 Memorial 202/436

HOLT, Thomas gentleman Stanley St, Adelaide 1852 Memorial 114/43

HOLT, William shoemaker Adelaide (Gouger St) 1847 Memorial 60/8

No 1

HOLT, William Greenwood cabinetmaker Adelaide (Gilles St) 1864 Memorial 327/198

HOLT, William Greenwood cabinetmaker Adelaide (Hurtle Square), became a bankrupt in 1869 Enrolment 23/50

HOLT, William Greenwood cabinetmaker Adelaide Co Adelaide. Broughton (later Redhill Hundred of Redhill) township allotment land grant 1875 Grant Book 14 Page 497 County Daly

HOLTERMANN, Bernard Otto miner Sydney NSW, power of attorney to ? VOSZ oil and colour man Adelaide James Penn BOUCAUT solicitor Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs, including houses on East Tce, Adelaide 20/12/1872 Deposit 23/1874

HOLTERMANN, Gustav Emil licensed victualler Adelaide (East End Market Hotel East Tce) 1868. Possibly a family link with Bernard Otto Holtermann gentleman Sydney NSW 1872 Memorials 44/235, 143/261

HOLTHOUSE, CS clerk of the local court Wilmington linked with Henry Arthur Scrafton Holthouse bank manager Wilmington 1888 Memorial 181/391

No 1

HOLTHOUSE, Edward stockholder Echunga 1847 Memorial 301/17 Gentleman New Hamburgh near Strathalbyn 1851 Memorial 273/37 gentleman Mt Barker 1852 Memorial 11/39

HOLTHOUSE, Edward gentleman New Hamburgh near Strathalbyn 1853 Memorial 429/59

HOLTHOUSE, Edward Esquire Macclesfield 1855 Memorial 493/80

HOLTHOUSE, EMJ Hindmarsh Private Hospital nurse 3 Holden St, Hindmarsh 1935 Application 28433

HOLTHOUSE, George Legay overseer Kulpara 1883 Memorial 52/349

No 1

HOLTHOUSE, Henry AS banker Riverton 1880 Memorial 66/326

HOLTHOUSE, Henry Arthur Scrafton bank manager Wilmington 1890[-1893] Memorial 177/407

HOLTHOUSE, Henry Arthur Serafton banker Kapunda formerly manager of the Riverton Branch of the National Bank of Australasia 1880 now manager of the Kapunda branch of the same bank 1902 Application 24438

HOLTHOUSE, Henry A bank manager Kapunda and LA BILLS his clerk 1914 Memorial 25/473

HOLTHOUSE, William Leslie land agent Adelaide and Semaphore 1925 Memorials 124 & 125/497

No 1 - perhaps the same person

HOLTJE, August of Mt Gambier 1860 Memorial 48/164

HOLTJE, August storekeeper Mt Gambier 1861 Memorial 173/175

HOLTJE, August Adolph Bernard storekeeker Mt Gambier 1876[-1888] Memorial 196/321

HOLTJE, August storekeeper Mt Gambier 1877 Application 15999

HOLTJE, August Adolph Bernard storekeeeper Mt Gambier. He had lived there for 25 years 1880 Application 17900.

HOLTJE, August Adolph Bernard storekeeper Mt Gambier, died 16/6/1892, of carcinoma of the pancreas, aged 61 Application 26232

HOLTJE, Nicholas of Palmerston Northern Territory of the state of SA 1901 Memorial 202/444

No 1

HOLTKAMP, Hermann Heinrich farmer Millicent Millicent North (Hundred of Mt Muirhead) township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 31 Page 310 County Grey

HOLTKAMP, Hermann Heinrich labourer Mt Gambier. Hundred of Mayurra land grant 1883 Grant Book 31 Page 230 County Grey

HOLTKAMP, Hermann Heinrich linked with Section 164 Hundred of Mt Muirhead Co Grey 1891 Memorial 244/409

HOLTKAMP, Hermann Heinrich farmer Millicent. Hundred of Mayurra land grant 1891 Grant Book 31 Page 233 County Grey

HOLTOM John a director of the McCulloch Carrying Co Ltd of TA 138 Adelaide (Topham St) 1888 Memorial 133/390

HOLTZE, August storekeeper Mt Gambier Hundred of Blanche land grant 1858 Grant Book 30 Page 54 County Grey

No 1

HOLZE, Johann John gardener Napperby 1889 Memorial 141/400

HOLZE, John market gardener Pt Pirie, had died by 1908. Executors – Elise Maria Holze widow Napperby, and Cartner FRANKS and Eli STEPHENS farmers Hundred of Pirie Grant Book 60 Page 399 County Victoria

No 1

HOLZGREFE, Heinrich Friedrich Ludwig farmer Millicent. Hundred of Mayurra land grant 1883 Grant Book 31 Page 230 County Grey

HOLZGREFE, Heinrich Friedrich Ludwig blacksmith Millicent. Hundred of Mt Muirhead land grant 1884 Grant Book 31 Page 201 County Grey

No 1

HOLWILL, John carpenter Bowden 1884 Application 20389

HOLWILL, John Thomas carpenter Bowden and Sarah Ann Holwill his wife 1881[-1885] Memorial 175/330

No 1

HOLWILL, Thomas of Bowden 1865 Memorial 51/202

HOLWILL, Thomas carpenter Bowden, died 1872-1875. He left estate to his wife, Jane Holwill, his son, John Thomas Holwill farmer Wickham's Hill, and the testator's grandson, John Thomas BORN. The Holwill daughters - Elizabeth Mary RAIN wife of John Rain draper Norwood, Jane BORN wife of John Born licensed victualler Pt Elliot, and Charlotte OERTEL wife of Henry Oertel blacksmith Bowden - inherited 8 cottages on lot 21 facing Gibson St, 'with a right of way at the back thereof, including the well and closet for the common use of the tenants' Memorial 35/286

HOLYOAKE, Thomas storekeeper Kappawanta 1866 Memorial 236/217

HOLZBERGER, Ernst born 21/3/1859, son of Hermann Holzberger butcher Bugle Ranges, and Julia GAVIS Application 25327

HOLZBERGER, George Alfred tinsmith 12 Second St, Bowden changed his name to George Alfred OSHORNE 1920. Born 12/4/1884 George St, Thebarton, to Friedrich Holzberger and Margaret nee RYAN Memorial 2/481

No 1

HOLZBERGER, Hermann butcher Bugle Ranges near Macclesfield 1858 Memorial 78/144

HOLZBERGER, Hermann formerly butcher Bugle Ranges, became a bankrupt in 1860 Memorial 244/174

HOLZBERGER/HOLTZBERGER, Hermann yeoman Echunga, Julia Holzberger his wife and Ernst Holzberger his son 1861[-1866] Memorial 210/176

HOLZBERGER, Hermann yeoman Echunga and Julia Holzberger his wife. Their eldest son was called Ernst Holzberger 1867 Memorial 21/224

HOLZBERGER, Hermann butcher Adelaide (Rundle St) 1870 Application 10873

No 1

HOLZBERGER, Theodor farmer Lobethal 1853 Memorial 444/48

HOLZBERGER, Theodor farmer Tanunda 1854 Memorial 390/68

HOLZBERGER, Theodor butcher Lobethal 1856 Memorial 18/113

HOLZBERGER, Theodor innkeeper Lobethal 1857 Memorial 307/121

HOLZGREFE, Heinrich Eduard grazier Millicent 1930 Memorial 160/503

HOLZGREFE, Heinrich Friedrich Ludwig farmer near Millicent 1889 Memorial 234/398

No 1

HOLZMANN/HOLTZMANN, Heinrich tinman Macclesfield 1851 Memorial 283/28

HOLZMANN/HOLTZMANN, Johann Heinrich Daniel tinman Macclesfield 1855[-1856] Memorial 121/89

HOMAN, Thomas farmer Lyndoch Valley 1860 Memorial 231/169

HOMBSCH, Bernard Alfred farmer Johnburgh trustee Methodist Church Johnburgh 1925 Grant Book 13 Page 312 County Dalhousie

HOMBSCH, Carl Friedrich Wilhelm no description linked with David Ernst Hombsch farmer Oladdie 1885 Memorial 209/371

HOMBSCH, Carl Heinrich farmer Johnburgh trustee Methodist Church Johnburgh 1925 Grant Book 13 Page 312 County Dalhousie

HOMBSCH, Ernst David farmer Oladdie 1888 Memorial 189/393

No 1

HOMBSCH, Friedrich farmer Section 82 Hundred of Nuriootpa 1850[-1853] Memorial 216/27

HOMBSCH, Friedrich farmer near Tanunda 1853[-1857] Memorial 24/52

No 1 – perhaps the same person

HOMBSCH, Friedrich Wilhelm farmer Bethel 1866 Memorial 63/216

HOMBSCH, Friedrich Wilhelm farmer Johnburg trustee a Chapel [perhaps at Johnburg?] 1891 Grant Book 13 Page 312 County Dalhousie

HOMBSCH, Friedrich Wilhelm of Johnburgh trustee Institute Johnburgh 1896 Grant Book 13 Page 312 County Dalhousie

HOMBURG, Edward agent Angaston 1875 Memorial 13/285

No 1

HOMBURG, Edward Rudolph Albert Max auctioneer Tanunda 1879[-1883] Memorial 35/439

HOMBURG, Eduard Rudolph Albert Max agent Tanunda 1881 Memorial 184/342

No 1

HOMBURG, Friedrich Adolph of Yorketown 1883 Memorial 118/351

HOMBURG, Friedrich Adolph agent Yorketown 1885[-1887] Memorial 212/365

HOMBURG, Friedrich Adolph agent Tanunda, died 30/11/1895. His entire estate to his wife, Sophie Dorothea Homburg. Estate worth £2,000 Application 23335

HOMBURG, Fritz estate agent Tanunda and SCHULZ, Wilhelm clerk Tanunda 1952 Application 28870

HOMBURG, Hermann solicitor Dulwich 1900 Memorial 142/440 

No 1

HOMBURG, J solicitor Murray Bridge 1918 Memorial 17/477

HOMBURG, J proctor Murray Bridge 1938 Memorial 103/512

HOMBURG, Jack articled law clerk with Messrs HOMBURG, MELROSE & HOMBURG solicitors Grenfell St, Adelaide 1938 Application 28155

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

HOMBURG, R clerk Adelaide 1863 Memorial 226/435

HOMBURG, R clerk Tanunda 1867 Memorial 21/219

HOMBURG, R clerk to JW DOWNER solicitor Adelaide or Tanunda? early 1869 Memorial 177/236

HOMBURG, R clerk to G DOWNER solicitor Tanunda early 1869 Memorial 191/241

HOMBURG, R clerk to Messrs G & J DOWNER solicitors Adelaide mid 1869 Memorial 164/239

HOMBURG, Robert solicitor Adelaide 1875 Memorial 41/285

HOMBURG, R director of the Imperial Mint Silver Mining Co Ltd 1888 Memorial 120/392

HOMBURG, R the Younger solicitor Adelaide 1905 Memorial 157/453

HOMBURG, Sophie Dorothea widow Tanunda 1899 Memorial 192/438

HOME, Thomas railway station master Dry Creek 1868 Memorial 140/230

No 1 - perhaps the same person

HOMER, Oliver gentleman Riverton 1875 Memorial 121/282

HOMER, Oliver gentleman Pt Pirie 1876 Memorial 101/441

No 1

HOMER, Sarah Elizabeth spinster Glen Osmond Road 1871 Memorial 153/253

HOMER, Sarah Elizabeth spinster Parkside 1872 Memorial 242/259

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

HOMER, William shoemaker Adelaide (Stephens Place) 1839 Memorial 110/350

HOMER, William shoemaker Adelaide 1846 Memorial 224/6

HOMER, William the Elder and William the Younger cordwainers Adelaide 1854 Memorial 18/63

HOMER, William shoemaker Thebarton 1858 Memorial 97/137

HOMER, William cordwainer Adelaide (Grenfell St) 1866 Application 15181

HOMER, William cordwainer Adelaide (Waymouth St) 1866[-1869] Memorial 68/215

HOMER, WIlliam the Younger cordwainer Adelaide 1874 Memorial 173/278

HOMER, William formerly shoemaker South Adelaide (Stephens Place) but then out of business New Glenelg, died 15/1/1883. Husband of Margaret Ann Homer widow New Glenelg. Mrs Homer lived at Goodwood by 1892 Memorials 62 & 63/415

No 1

HOMERSHAM, Edward Collett Esquire Eagles' Nest near Glen Osmond 1853 Memorial 232/53

HOMERSHAM, Edward Collett left all his estate to his wife Amelia Homersham absolutely, with her as trustee. He owned considerable land in the Hundreds of Munno Para, Onkaparinga, Strathalbyn, Yankalilla, Yatala. The family lived at Eagle’s Nest near Glen Osmond Memorial 175/276

No 1 - perhaps the same person

HOMEYER, Wilhelm Ludwig gardener Greenock Creek 1853[-1865] Memorial 183/55

HOMEYER, Wilhelm Ludwig gardener near Tanunda 1860 Application 1360

NAN, Michael shepherd Paratoo 1879 Memorial 42/318

No 1

HONAN, Thomas farmer Lyndoch Valley. Hundred of Barossa land grant 1857 Grant Book 1 Page 49 County Adelaide

HONAN, Thomas farmer Lyndoch Valley 1860 Memorial 231/169

No 2 – perhaps the same person

HONAN, Thomas farmer Tarpeena Hundred of Young land grant 1861 Grant Book 30 Page 148 County Grey

HONAN, Thomas farmer Compton Downs near Mt Gambier linked with Eliza Honora Honan spinster Mt Gambier 1893 Memorial 211/419

HONAN, Thomas the Elder farmer Mt Gambier, had died by 1904. Sole surviving executor – John KENNEDY sheepfarmer Peweena Grant Book 30 Page 131 County Grey

HONDOW, Friedrich Wilhelm farmer Peter's Hill near Riverton 1878 Memorial 141/307

HONDOW, Martin farmer near Marrabel on the Dirty Light 1867 Memorial 12/226

HONE, Frank Sandland medical practitioner Morphett Vale 1896 Memorial 55/429

HONE, James Doveton lived in Pt Lincoln during 1883 Application 19866

HONE, John labourer Yatala 1893 Application 22566

HONE, John J of Cumberoona NSW had links with the WARD family of Canowie 1881 Memorial 207/334

HONE, Nathaniel Johnson warehouseman Southwark 1902 Memorial 31/447

No 1

HONE, William John spoutsman Pt Adelaide 1889 Labourer Pt Adelaide 1892 Application 22418

HONE, William John labourer Alberton 1894 Application 22818

No 1

HONES, Charles licensed victualler Adelaide (Theatre Royal Hotel Pt TA 73 Hindley St) 1911 Memorial 72/166

HONES, Charles licensed victualler Adelaide (Kalgoorlie Hotel Pt TA 73 Hindley St) 1914 Memorial 137/470

HONEY, Albert butcher Bowden and Louisa Jane Honey his wife 1907 Application 25348

No 1

HONEY, Edward farmer Walkerville 1865 Memorial 302/204

HONEY, Edward blacksmith Norwood Co Adelaide. Hundred of Booyoolie land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 148 County Victoria

HONEY, Edward farmer Laura 1876 Application 14980

HONEY, Edward farmer Laura and Eliza Honey his wife 1881 Application 18699

HONEY, Henry butcher Bowden 1885 Application 20640

No 1

HONEY, John shoemaker Adelaide 1848 Memorial 122/13

No 2

HONEY, John farmer Adelaide 1854 Memorial 74/76

No 3

HONEY, John clerk to Messrs W & HB JAMES solicitors Pt Adelaide 1855[-1856] Memorial 109/90

No 1

HONEY, Richard clerk Pt Adelaide 1869 Memorial 174/238

HONEY, Richard timber merchant Pt Adelaide 1873[-1883] Memorial 126/270, Application 18256

HONEY, Richard timber merchant Pt Adelaide, died 24/11/1896. Executors: David BOWER gentleman Woodville and James BAILEY accountant Pt Adelaide Memorial 8/430

HONEY, Richard timber merchant Pt Adelaide, died 24/11/1892 Woodville. Estate worth £22,000. Household goods and her clothing to his wife, Mary Honey, absolutely. The right to live in the house at Woodville with all rates and taxes paid out of the residual estate in trust for life, plus £300 a year annuity while she remained a widow. Only £150 a year and no house if she remarried. The rest of the personal estate and the whole of the real estate to be sold to provide funds in trust for bequests and annuities. £500 each to Frances Charlotte BEATTON wife of James Beatton telegraph master Pt Augusta, KIeziah TERRILL widow Woodville, Ellen Maria WHITE late of Woodville but now of parts beyond the sea. £200 to John Honey of Pt Adelaide. His brother Thomas Goodman Honey of Woodville to be forgiven all his debts to Richard Honey. £52 annuity to Betsy Goodman JONAS widow Pt Adelaide for life. Legacies to unnamed children once they turned 21 or, in the case of the daughters, married Application 22892

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

HONEY, Richard of Woodville 1896 Memorial 79/428

No 1 - perhaps the same person

HONEY, Thomas of Adelaide 1849 Memorial 407/33

HONEY, Thomas farmer Richmond Road near Adelaide 1859 Memorial 174/154

HONEYCHURCH, Matilda Jane married woman Emu Downs near Robertstown 1923 Memorial 140/488

HONEYCHURCH, Philip farmer Baldina. Hundred of Baldina land grant 1902 Grant Book 9 Page 14 County Burra

No 1

HONEYCHURCH, Thomas farmer Point Pass 1901 Grant Book 17 Page 176 County Eyre

HONEYCHURCH, Thomas farmer Point Pass Co Eyre. Hundred of Apoinga land grant 1908 Grant Book 8 Page 65 County Burra

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

HONEYMAN, Alexander fencer The Parklands near Adelaide 1839. Linked with William Honeyman of Launceston VDL Application 23960

HONEYMAN, Alexander and William seamen Encounter Bay 1850 Memorial 417/23

HONEYMAN, Alexander shepherd Coorong 1883 Application 19939.

HONEYMAN, Alexander farmer Pt Elliot and Honeyman, Peter grazier Pt Elliot 1908. Probably linked with Ann Honeyman widow of the late William Honeyman Encounter Bay Application 25479

HONEYMAN, George drag-proprietor Victor Harbor 1924[-1949] Memorial 174/491, Application 28200

HONEYMAN, Victor farmer Waitpinga 1939 Application 28200

No 1

HONEYMAN, William whaler Encounter Bay 1847 Memorial 104/8

HONEYMAN, William farmer Encounter Bay 1849 Memorial 354/18

HONEYMAN, William farmer Pt Elliot 1853[-1857] Memorial 127/55

HONEYMAN, William farmer formerly of Encounter Bay but now of Pt Elliot 1855 Memorial 11/92

HONEYMAN, William farmer Pt Elliot 1861 Memorial 24/171

HONEYMAN, William farmer Pt Elliot 1868 Application 9581

No 2

HONEYMAN, William labourer Alberton 1847 Memorial 104/10 Labourer Alberton 1851 Memorial 498/29

HONEYWILL, William draper Adelaide (Rundle St) co-partner in the firm of Birks & Co 1884 Memorial 42/358

HÖNKE/HOENKE, Gottfried farmer Angas Park 1851 Memorial 396/31

HONIER, Thomas H clerk to JE MOULDIN solicitor Adelaide 1865 Memorial 195/203

HONNER, Alfred clerk in holy orders Woodforde near Magill 1878 Memorial 17/315

HONNER, Augustus Thomas clerk Broken Hill NSW Hundred of Nangkita land grant 1899 Grant Book 37 Page 16 County Hindmarsh

HONNER, James J JP farmer Brentwood 1925 Memorial 166/493

HONNER, James Joseph farmer Brentwood and Veronica Ann Honner his wife linked with Margaret Mary spinster formerly of Brentwood but now of Normanhurst NSW 1958 Memorial 34/533

HONNER, John farmer Arthurton. Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1904 Grant Book 14 Page 427 County Daly

No 1

HONNER, Richard farmer near Yankalilla Hundred of Minlacowie land grant 1881 Grant Book 19 Page 255 County Fergusson

HONNER, Richard farmer Brentwood 1888 Memorial 193/392

No 1

HONNIBALL, William farmer Gilles Plains 1849 Memorial 391/16

HONNIBALL, William farmer North Adelaide 1855 Memorial 357/82

HONNIBALL, William farmer Salisbury 1855 Memorial 173/100

HONNICKE, Paul cabinetmaker South Road 1891 Application 22009

HONNOR, James labourer Yankalilla 1888 Memorial 199/393

No 1

HOOBIN, Bartholomew Francis farmer Paris Creek near Meadows 1902[-1907] Memorial 122/447

HOOBIN, Bartholomew Francis farmer formerly of Paris Creek near Meadows now of Quorn 1907 linked with John Hoobin farmer Green Hills near Macclesfield 1875. Linked also with Lawrence Hoobin of Mildura Vic. Possibly related to Mrs Mary WRIGHT innkeeper Goolwa Application 25336

No 1

HOOBIN, John farmer Greenhills near Macclesfield 1875[-1884] Memorial 54/284

HOOBIN, John farmer Bull Creek 1875[-1881] Memorial 80/286

No 1

HOOBIN, Michael farmer Tatiara 1884 Memorial 22/360

HOOBIN, Michael farmer Tatiara. Hundred of Tatiara land grant 1886 Grant Book 7 Page 15 County Buckingham

HOOD, Aaron contractor Buckingham. Hundred of Wirrega land grant 1900 Grant Book 7 Page 48 County Buckingham

HOOD, Albert Edward carter Adelaide (Gunson St) 1894 Memorial 248/420

HOOD, Alexander watchmaker Bridge St, Dunfermline, Scotland, died 27/1/1864, of influenza which terminated in the rupture of a blood vessel, aged 36. His wife was Jane nee SHEPHERDSON. His parents were James Hood a wright, and Margaret nee ALLISON Deposit 75/1865

No 1 - perhaps the same person

HOOD, Edward labourer Hundred of Bremer 1859 Memorial 69/149

HOOD, Edward farmer Langhorne Creek 1865 Memorial 341/207

HOOD, Edward of Mannum 1883 Memorial 2/356

HOOD, Francis H of Pt Augusta 1857 Memorial 300/121

No 1

HOOD, Francis Wighton gentleman Pt Augusta Hundred of Davenport land grant 1858 Grant Book 23 Page 44 County Frome

HOOD, Francis W storekeeper Pt Augusta 1859 Memorial 84/157

HOOD, Francis Wighton gentleman Pt Augusta 1861 Memorial 15/171

HOOD, Francis Wighton officer in HM civil service Adelaide about to marry Annie Jane Dale spinster Woodville. William Henry Dale engineer Woodville mentioned 1884 Memorial 42/360

HOOD, Annie Jane nee DALE widow Katanning WA relict of the late Francis Wighton Hood linked with William Henry Dale engineer Perth WA 1924 Memorial 91/490

HOOD, George Thomas provision dealer Adelaide 1892 Memorial 67/414

No 1

HOOD, HJ bank manager Wallaroo 1883[-1885] Memorial 170/352

HOOD, Henry James bank manager Wallaroo and Lucy Alice Rose Hood his wife 1885 Memorial 176/368

HOOD, Lucy Alice Rose widow College Town relict of the late Henry James Hood formerly bank manager Wallaroo now deceased 1888 Memorial 247/392

HOOD, Isaac slate quarry proprietor Northfield 1910 Memorial 123/463

HOOD, James farmer South Rhine 1877 Memorial 197/305

No 1

HOOD, John photographer Glenelg 1875 Application 23272

HOOD, John photographer Glenelg 1876 Memorial 19/288

HOOD, John photographer formerly of Glenelg but now of North Adelaide 1884 Memorial 10/359

No 1 - perhaps the Elder

HOOD, Joseph farmer Black Forest 1857[-1858] Memorial 236/116

HOOD, Joseph farmer Bay Road 1858[-1865] Memorial 192/136

No 2 - perhaps the Younger

HOOD, Joseph labourer Marion 1865 Memorial 256/202

No 1

HOOD, Rice farmer Bordertown 1884 Memorial 213/358

HOOD, Rice contractor Bordertown. Hundred of Tatiara land grant 1886 Grant Book 7 Page 15 County Buckingham. Contractor Mundulla. Hundred of Wirrega land grant 1900 Grant Book 7 Page 48 County Buckingham

HOOD, Robert bookseller and stationer Mt Gambier 1880 Memorial 42/339

HOOD, Thomas bookkeeper Pt Adelaide 1854 Memorial 86/68

HOOD, Thomas Wighton gentleman Adelaide 1860 Memorial 288/161

HOOD, Walter Cassar stockholder Annandale 1880 Memorial 211/322

No 1

HOOD, William draper Mt Barker 1865 Memorial 251/207

No 2

HOOD, William stockholder Annandale 1880 Memorial 210/322

HOOD, William Alfred Edward gardener Lower Mitcham 1928 Memorial 25/499

HOODS, Julian articled clerk to W DEARMAN solicitor Adelaide 1881 Memorial 58/334

No 1 - likley to be the same person

HOOK, James labourer Adelaide 1840 Memorial 29/279

HOOK, James labourer Cook St, Payneham 1847 Memorial 59/8

HOOK, James farmer Salisbury 1853[-1856] Memorial 317/51

HOOK, James farmer Gawler Plains 1855 Memorial 315/85

HOOK, John grazier Orroroo. Hundred of Walloway land grant 1921 Grant Book 13 Page 231 County Dalhousie

HOOK, Stanley carpenter Hindmarsh 1842 Memorial 4/168

HOOKER, Charles farmer Gawler River 1854 Memorial 288/79

No 1

HOOKER, James farmer Happy Valley 1857 Memorial 132/122

Member of the Atlas Land, Building and Investment Society 1857 Memorial 70/125

No 2

HOOKER, James boiler maker Adelaide 1878 Memorial 72/306

HOOKING, James station overseer Bromley near Leasingham 1885 Application 20625

HOOKING, Thomas farmer Uley . Uley Baptist Chapel trustee 1914 Memorial 196/470

No 1

HOOKINGS, George farmer Moppa near Greenock linked with William Hookings farmer formerly of One Tree Hill but now of Greenock 1865 Memorial 249/204

HOOKINGS, George farmer The Moppa 1877 Memorial 206/301

HOOKINGS, James undertaker Clarendon 1887 Application 24813

HOOKINGS, Thomas farmer Penfield 1906 Application 25095

HOOKWAY, William labourer Mt Gambier Hundred of Gambier land grant 1867 Grant Book 30 Page 117 County Grey

HOOLE, R carpenter Smithfield 1904 Application 24841

HOOLE, Thomas storekeeper Smithfield 1889 Memorial 73/398

HOOLE, William undertaker's assistant Smithfield 1886 Application 27524

No 1

HOOLEY, John joiner Portland Estate 1876 Memorial 138/287

HOOLEY, John builder Portland Estate 1877 Application 15719

No 1 - perhaps the same person

HOOPER, Alfred gardener Eastern Sources of the Torrens 1851 Memorial 221/37

HOOPER, Alfred gardener North Adelaide 1868 Memorial 230/232

HOOPER, Alfred George labourer Gumeracha 1913 Application 26210

HOOPER, Allen Charles secretary 8 Tidsworth Crescent, Reade Park 1953 Memorial 53/528

HOOPER, Archibald James of Coglin 1887 Memorial 94/388

HOOPER, Charles plumber Walkerville 1856 Memorial 124/97

HOOPER, C of Glenelg 1873 Memorial 179/268

HOOPER, Edgar miller Kapunda 1910 Application 25852

HOOPER, Edmond Francis labourer Robe sometimes known as Edwin Francis Hooper 1887. Probably a brother to Catherine Ann Hooper spinster Robe Application 21222

HOOPER, Edward Carter John storekeeper Black Springs Glendore Primitive Methodist Chapel trustee 1864 Memorial 202/197

No 1 - probably the same person

HOOPER, Edwin Robert farmer Kapunda 1882 Memorial 121/338

HOOPER, Edwin Robert labourer Redcastle Vic an executor in the estate of the late Robert Hooper who owned land in the township of Victoria at Kapunda 1899 Memorial 161/438

HOOPER, Eliza no description, Ernest Hooper farmer and Spencer Hooper farmer all of Giles Corner 1924 Application 27308

HOOPER, Elizabeth widow Bowden 1854 Memorial 274/62

HOOPER, Ernest Harold farmer Riverton 1938 Memorial 28/512

HOOPER, Frederick William of Gouger St, Adelaide 1904 Memorial 241/451

No 1

HOOPER, George and Samuel farmers Naracoorte Hundred of Naracoorte land grant 1874 Grant Book 50 Page 103 County Robe

No 2 - probably the same person

HOOPER, George gentleman Mannanarie 1884 Memorial 47/360

HOOPER, George labourer Spring Farm near Clare, died 27/12/1890 at Mannanarie. Estate worth £116. Executor; George LLOYD farmer formerly of Mannanarie but now of Spring Farm near Clare Memorial 197/438

HOOPER, George labourer Spring Farm Mannanarie Hundred of Clare, died 27/12/1890. Estate worth £116. He left his estate to brothers George and Joseph LLOYD farmers Mannanarie. Joseph Lloyd died 8/4/1899. His estate in trust to benefit his daughter, Ethel Rose LLOYD, his step-daughter Elizabeth SAMPSON, and his two sons Sydney and Frederick Samuel Lloyd. The daughters to receive £1,000 each when they turned 21. The sons to inherit all the farm land share and share alike, when the eldest son turned 45. In the meantime, the men had to rent the land from the trustees Application 23898

No 3

HOOPER, George pastoralist Glenelg 1927 Memorial 121/497

HOOPER, Gladys Alice Rose hotelkeeper formerly of Parkside but now of Currie St, Adelaide 1946 Memorial 159/519

HOOPER, H storekeeper's assistant Pt Elliot 1910 Memorial 231/462

HOOPER, Harold miller Angaston 1924 Application 27267

HOOPER, Harry, John and William no description obtained a lease to search for gold on Sections 62009, 6210 Hundred of Talunga Co Adelaide 1881 Memorial 103/335

No 1 - perhaps the same person

HOOPER, Henry farmer Sturt River 1853 Memorial 70/61

HOOPER, Henry farmer Adelaide 1854 Son of Richard Hooper Esquire Bristol, England. Dealings with Section 87 Survey B at St Marys Memorial 139/81

No 1

HOOPER, Henry merchant Mt Barker. Director of the Mt Barker Steam Flour Mill Company 1853 Application 6901

HOOPER, Henry wine and spirit merchant Mt Barker 1855 Memorial 173/94

HOOPER, Henry wine and spirit merchant Mt Barker, became a bankrupt on 28/3/1857 Application 24942

No 1 - likly to be the same person

HOOPER, Henry farmer Adelaide. He bought an assigned lease for the unexpired period over the Dock Hotel, Todd St, Pt Adelaide for £600 in 1855 Memorial 313/93

HOOPER, Henry licensed victualler Norwood 1857 He bought the Forest Inn at the junction of the Bay Road and Main South Road for £2,300 from Carl VOGE licensed victualler Memorial 289/126

No 1

HOOPER, Henry Robert (also known as Harry Robert Hooper) builder Claremont WA, died 12/11/1906 Fremantle WA Memorial 14/457

HOOPER, Henry Robert (sometimes known as Harry Robert Hooper) builder late of Claremont, died at Fremantle WA 12/11/1906. The executors appointed Archibald MCDIARMID and FA JOYNER solicitors Adelaide, power of attorney to wind up the SA portion of the estate 16/1/1907 Deposit 25/1907

HOOPER, Herbert Charles labourer Melton. Hundred of Kulpara land land grant 1925 Grant Book 14 Page 341 County Daly

HOOPER, Herbert Richard agent Mt Bryan. Mt Bryan (Hundred of Kingston) township allotment land grant 1913 Grant Book 9 Page 212 County Burra

No 1

HOOPER, Jacob bootmaker Bowden 1853[-1864] Memorial 412/51

HOOPER, Jacob labourer Bowden 1864 Memorial 119/199

No 2

HOOPER, Jacob farmer The Bremer 1854[-1856] Memorial 369/66

HOOPER, Jacob farmer Langhorne Creek 1858 Memorial 268/135

HOOPER, Jacob farmer Langhorne Creek 1865 Application 6448

No 3

HOOPER, Jacob gardener Salisbury 1909 Application 25657

No 1

HOOPER, James carpenter Adelaide 1838 Application 17440

HOOPER, James carpenter Adelaide 1851 Memorial 486/30

No 2 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

HOOPER, James of Gumeracha 1844 Memorial 168/4

HOOPER, James farmer Western Sources of the Torrens 1853 Memorial 283/53

HOOPER, James farmer Ward Farm Chain of Ponds 1853[-1860] Memorial 178/56

HOOPER, James farmer Chain of Ponds 1854[-1856] Memorial 305/73

HOOPER, James farmer Chain of Ponds Co Adelaide. Hundred of Tungkillo land grant 1861 Grant Book 58 Page 298 County Sturt

HOOPER, James farmer Kersbrook Co Adelaide. Hundred of Redhill land grant 1877 Grant Book 14 Page 364 County Daly

HOOPER, James farmer Chain of Ponds Co Adelaide. Keilli township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 14 Page 488 County Daly

HOOPER, James the Elder gentleman North Adelaide linked with James Hooper the Younger farmer South Petherton 1886 Memorial 88/376

HOOPER, James [the Elder] gentleman North Adelaide, died 24/2/1891. Linked with James Hooper the Younger farmer South Petherton Memorial 129/410

HOOPER, James [formerly the Younger] farmer Tungkillo 1912[-1918], died 27/8/1918. Husband of Fanny Hooper. Father of Walter James Hooper and George Herbert John Hooper farmers Tungkillo Memorial 92/479

No 3

HOOPER, James farmer Sea View Noarlunga 1866 Memorial 213/216

No 4

HOOPER, James farmer near Middleton 1869 Memorial 125/236

No 5

HOOPER, James farmer Barunga. Hundred of Barunga land grant 1882 Grant Book 14 Page 472 County Daly

No 6

HOOPER, James clerk Kapunda 1887 Memorial 169/383

No 7

HOOPER, James picture framer Adelaide (Rundle St) 1899 Memorial 106/438

HOOPER, James Charles John salesman Clare, and Audrey Jean Hooper his wife 1958 Application 29305

No 1 FIND HUSBAND

HOOPER, Jane widow Agery 1899 Memorial 155/437

HOOPER, Jane widow Agery Co Gawler. Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1903 Grant Book 14 Page 426 County Daly

HOOPER, Jane widow Moonta. Cunliffe (Hundred of Kadina) township allotment land grant 1907 Grant Book 14 Page 177 County Daly

No 1

HOOPER, John the Elder labourer Bowden 1846. John Hooper labourer Hindmarsh, died 16/5/1850, stomach cancer, aged 50. His only daughter, Mary Ann Hooper 22 married Joseph FOX farmer 23 on 19/10/1854 at Christ Church North Adelaide. Witnesses: Philip and Catherine HOOPER. The Foxes left for Campbell Creek Vic, where Joseph Fox farmed. Catherine Fox's mother, Elizabeth Hooper, went with them c1856, and died 26/12/1879 Campbell Creek, of chronic rheumatism, morbus cordis, nitral disease of the valves, general disability, aged 79. Mrs Hooper had been born in Cornwall, England, married in Plymouth, Devon, aged 27, to John Hooper. The family emigrated to SA, c1844, where she lived for 12 years, before going to Victoria. By 1880, the Foxes had returned to Bowden to live in the Hooper family home on the corner of Gibson St and Fourth St Application 17899

HOOPER, John the Elder labourer Bowden 1847. Husband of Elizabeth Hooper, Father of Mary Ann Hooper (still unmarried in 1853), and John Philip Hooper the Younger. John Hooper the Elder died c1850. He left his daughter, Mary Ann Hooper, an allotment in Bowden absolutely, and his wife, Elizabeth Hooper, two allotments in Bowden, in trust for life, then to their son, John Philip Hooper absolutely in remainder expectant Application 18666

No 2

HOOPER, John shoemaker formerly of Bowden 1851 but now of Mannanarie 1874 Application 13383

No 3 - perhaps a mixture of the Elder and the Younger

HOOPER, John goat master Black Springs 1865 Memorial 12/205

HOOPER, John storekeeper Black Springs 1866[-1874] Memorial 7/212

HOOPER, John storekeeper Black Springs near Kooringa. Hundred of Apoinga land grant 1871 Grant Book 8 Page 41 County Burra

HOOPER, John farmer Black Springs near Kooringa Co Burra. Hundred of Mannanarie land grant 1878 Grant Book 13 Page 76 County Dalhousie

HOOPER, John storekeeper Black Springs 1938 Application 28122

No 4

HOOPER, John storekeeper formerly of Gumeracha but now of Kensington 1887 Memorial 86/383

HOOPER, John grocer Kensington 1892 Application 22264

HOOPER, John grocer High St, Kensington 1912[-1920] Memorial 134/467

HOOPER, John grocer Kensington 1892 Application 22264

HOOPER, John storekeeper Kensington 1920 Application 26877

No 5

HOOPER, John shopman Mt Barker 1869 Memorial 49/237

No 6

HOOPER, John farmer Yongala. Yongala (Hundred of Yongala) township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 13 Page 150 County Dalhousie

HOOPER, John farmer Yongala trustee Yongala cemetery 1878 Grant Book 13 Page 191 County Dalhousie

HOOPER, John farmer Yongala, died 30/12/1879 Walloway intestate. His wife, Emelyn Hooper, received letters of administration to settle the estate, worth £3,500. Emelyn Hooper 45 widow Yongala (Father; John BROWN) remarried to Hugh FLEMING 40 bachelor farmer Yongala (Father: William Fleming) on 9/12/1880 at the W BLANCOWE residence Mannanarie. Minister: Arthur Wellesley WELLINGTON. Witnesses: George Blancowe farmer and Ellen Blancowe Mannanarie. The Flemings farmed in the Hundred of Eurilpa in 1881 Application 18456

No 7

HOOPER, John farmer Barunga Hundred of Redhill land grant 1877 Grant Book 14 Page 365 County Daly

HOOPER, John farmer Barunga Wool Bay township allotment land grant 1877 Grant Book 19 Page 212 County Fergusson

No 8

HOOPER, John farmer Swede Flat Hundred of Wirrega 1885 Memorial 69/368

No 9

HOOPER, John farmer Moonta 1885 Memorial 191/368

No 10

HOOPER, John formerly butcher but then out of business Bordertown, became a bankrupt in 1888 Memorial 42/393

No 11

HOOPER, John grazier St Peters 1901 Application 24285

HOOPER, John grazier St Peters 1902 Memorial 36/446

No 1 - John Philip Hooper - son of John and Elizabeth Hooper of Bowden

HOOPER, John farmer The Horseshoe Noarlunga purchased land grant Section 6 Hundred of Pt Gawler 1855 Memorial 164/86

HOOPER, John farmer Pt Noarlunga and Margaret Hooper his wife. His friends included William Brabin WILLIAMS blacksmith Bowden and James GIBSON storekeeper Bowden 1859 Memorial 239/333

HOOPER, John Philip the Younger 23 farmer The Horseshoe Pt Noarlunga married Margaret ROSS (Born Rosehall, Co Sutherland, Scotland, to the farmer William Ross and his wife Elizabeth nee GRAHAM) on 13/1/1851 at St Stephen’s Willunga. Their daughter, Wilhelmina Hooper, born 8/8/1856 Noarlunga. Three other children born there too - Elizabeth born 14/4/1852 (Spinster Heathcote Vic 1881), John Hooper The Third born 31/8/1858 (Contractor Cobar NSW in 1881) and Catherine Hooper born 22/2/1853 (wife of William Currey labourer Shepparton Vic 1881). John Hooper the Younger died 16/3/1860, perhaps at Sandhurst Vic??. The family moved to Heathcote Vic c1861, where Margaret Hooper got work as a dairyess. Mrs Hooper remarried to Henry CLARK 41 dairy farmer Heathcote on 12/7/1864 William HOOPER home, Heathcote, in a Presbyterian service. On 4/4/1880, Wilhelmina Hooper domestic servant, died, of phthisis, aged 23. Her sister, Catherine Hooper 21 of High St, Sandhurst Vic (Parents: John Philip Hooper farmer Crusoe Gully, Sandhurst Vic), married William CURREY 32 miner Little Forest St, Sandhurst (Parents: John Currey lamplighter and Mary nee WELLS), on 6/12/1873 at the Sandhurst Congregational Church. Mrs Margaret Clark was at Bowden in July 1881 [probably living in the house which her first husband, JP Hooper, had inherited from his father John Hooper the Elder] Applications 18665/18666

HOOPER, Margaret widow Heathcote, Victoria, relict of John Hooper formerly farmer who owned Section 6 Hundred of Pt Gawler but now deceased 1863 Application 4413

No 1

HOOPER, Joseph Greenwich Pensioner Robe 1853 Memorial 327/56

HOOPER, Joseph butcher Robe 1854[-1865] Memorial 283/74

HOOPER, Joseph farmer Robe 1855 Memorial 396/97

HOOPER, Joseph butcher Guichen Bay 1856 Memorial 80/109

HOOPER, Joseph butcher East Robe, died c1866. He left his estate to be distributed absolutely or under various trusts for the benefit of his wife, Margaret Hooper, and their children, John Hooper, Catharine Ann Hooper and Edwin Francis Hooper Memorial 69/213

HOOPER, Joseph 45 butcher Robe (Father Moses Hooper) married Margaret JOHNSON 26 house servant Robe (Father Francis Johnson) on 18/7/1857 Captain Bremer’s house, Robe, by WB ANDREWS Missionary for the SA District. Three children of the marriage - John born 1/7/1858, Catherine Ann born 17/3/1861, Edmond Francis born 26/4/1866. Joseph Hooper died 20/6/1866. Margaret Hooper died 16/4/1868 intestate of typhus, aged 35. Her eldest son, John Hooper, inherited as heir at law. By their father’s will, the butcher shop on Section 122 to be leased on advantageous terms for the benefit of the children, until eldest son John Hooper reached the age of 21, when the property had to be sold and the profit divided equally amongst the three children. Wife Margaret to get Section 13 East Robe for her own use. The widow and three children to get an equal share of Joseph Hooper’s personal effects Application 8787

No 2

HOOPER, Joseph farmer Kersbrook Hundred of Barunga land grant 1881 Grant Book 14 Page 468 County Daly

No 1

HOOPER, Origen gardener Salisbury 1929, declared that he had lived in the area for more than 50 years Application 27618

HOOPER, Origen gardener Salisbury, aged 68 in 1931, declared that he had lived in Salisbury for neary 68 years Application 27854

HOOPER, Origen gardener Salisbury 1938 Application 28122

No 1

HOOPER, Peter formerly of the Talisker Mine Cape Jervis but now publican Finniss Vale 1868 Memorial 134/231

No 2

HOOPER, Peter clerk Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of Pirie land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 286 County Victoria

No 3

HOOPER, Peter storekeeper Oakbank 1890 Memorial 164/405

No 1

HOOPER, Richard licensed victualler Strathalbyn 1853. Enrolment 97/34

HOOPER, Richard farmer Strathalbyn 1869 Application 10075.

HOOPER, Richard gentleman Strathalbyn, died 1880. He left his entire estate - including the Terminus Hotel, his flour mill and farm land - in trust for his wife, Jane Hooper, to manage during her widowhood. Upon her remarriage, Jane Hooper to get an annuity of £150 a year and the trustees to manage the estate until the youngest Hooper child became 21 years old. Then, or when the widow died, the estate to be sold and the proceeds to be distributed equally amongst the children. Executors; the testator's sons, Archibald James Hooper and Richard Livett Lander Hooper Memorial 106/329

HOOPER, Richard gentleman Strathalbyn, died 26/4/1880. His widow, Jane Hooper, died 7/6/1903. Linked with Richard Levitt Lander Hooper bank clerk Adelaide, Archibald James Hooper farmer Petersburg & Hundred of Coglin, and Ethel Mary BELL wife of James Bell storekeeper Strathalbyn Memorials 145 & 199/449

HOOPER, Richard farmer Strathalbyn, died 26/4/1880 Application 22415.

HOOPER, Richard gentleman Strathalbyn, died 26/4/1880 Angas St, Adelaide, of a right lung tumor, aged 55. His wife was formerly Jane DAWSON, daughter of James and Jane Dawson of Strathalbyn Application 20916.

HOOPER, Richard farmer Strathalbyn, died 26/4/1880. His wife, Jane Hooper, to have the full interest in his estate during her life or widowhood, then the estate into trust, until his two sons - Archibald James Hooper and Richard Livett Lander Hooper - reach the age of 21 and the estate went to them in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant. Jane Hooper had the power to sell the mill at Strathalbyn when she wished, but the other real estate to be kept intact. If Jane Hooper remarried, she was to get an annuity of £150 for life from the estate. The estate worth £10,000 Application 26759

HOOPER, Jane widow of the late Richard Hooper licensed victualler Strathalbyn, died 7/6/1903 Application 26035

BELL, Ethel May widow Strathalbyn 1945, declared that she was born on 22/12/1876, the youngest child of the late Richard HOOPER farmer Strathalbyn and of his wife, Jane Hooper nee DAWSON, who died 7/6/1903, of hemiplegia, aged 69. Ethel May Hooper married James BELL storekeeper Strathalbyn, on 30/9/1903 Application 28416

No 2 - perhaps the same person

HOOPER, Richard and William miners Kapunda 1865[-1866] Memorial 213/205

HOOPER, Richard farmer Barunga Co Daly. Hundred of Wandearah land grant 1882 Grant Book 60 Page 326 County Victoria

HOOPER, Richard farmer Wandearah 1886 Memorial 33/374

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

HOOPER, Robert licensed victualler Kapunda 1862 Application 3116

HOOPER, Robert licensed victualler Victoria township near Kapunda 1862 Application 3485

HOOPER, Robert publican Kapunda 1869 Application 10154

HOOPER, Robert the Elder licensed victualler Kapunda, died 7/8/1881. Father of Edwin Robert Hooper the Younger signal man Pt Adelaide 1892 Memorial 121/414

HOOPER, Robert innkeeper Kapunda 1894 Memorial 49/423

HOOPER, Robert licensed victualler Kapunda, died 7/8/1881. His widow, Mary Ann Hooper, died 3/5/1903. Parents of 8 children who lived to adulthood, including Caroline BROWN wife of Alfred Brown station owner Bornera Station, Tambar Springs NSW; also Lillian and Louisa Jane Hooper spinsters Kapunda. C PILE worked on the station at this time - was he from SA? Memorial 45/449

HOOPER, Mary Ann widow Kapunda, died c1903. Mother of Lillian May Hooper and Louisa Jane Hooper spinsters Kapunda. Executor; John Henry HITCHINS storekeeper Kapunda Memorial 236/448

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

HOOPER, Robert John farmer Kapunda 1880[-1881] Memorial 108/321

HOOPER, Robert John miner Kapunda 1892 Application 22404

HOOPER, Robert John the Younger tinsmith Kapunda 1908 Memorial 209/461

HOOPER, Samuel Thomas farmer Hundred of Wirrega 1886 Memorial 240/373

HOOPER, Thomas miner Redruth 1851[-1858] Memorial 58/34

HOOPER, Walter James farmer Mannum, died 24/1/1933. Husband of Catherine Hooper Memorial 67/508

No 1 - likely to be the same person

HOOPER, William shoemaker Bowden 1855 Memorial 165/95

HOOPER, William bootmaker Mt Barker 1859[-1861] Memorial 345/154

HOOPER, William farmer Golden Grove 1864 Memorial 37/201

HOOPER, William [formerly farmer Golden Grove but now] bootmaker Norwood 1864 Memorial 241/227

No 2

HOOPER, William farmer Dalkey Co Gawler. Hundred of Terowie land grant 1879 Grant Book 40 Page 8 County Kimberley

No 3

HOOPER, William farmer Walloway Co Dalhousie 1885 Memorial 224/368

No 4

HOOPER, William engine driver Kapunda 1892 Application 22404

No 1

HOOPER, William Barnes farmer Morphett Vale and Jane Hooper his wife 1849 Memorial 136/17

HOOPER, William Barnes licensed victualler Morphett Vale 1854 Memorial 101/68

HOOPER, William Coombs gentleman MacKinnon Parade, North Adelaide linked with Nelly Hooper spinster formerly of Byron St, Glenelg but temporarily now of The Towers Clacton - on - Sea, Essex, England 1909 Memorial 59/461

HOOPER, William John formerly locomotive superintendent Murray Bridge but now out of business Ashford 1948 Memorial 80/523

HOOPER, WL painter New Glenelg 1913 Application 26222

No 1

HOPCRAFT, William carpenter New Glenelg 1856[-1868] Memorial 176/111

HOPCRAFT, William carpenter New Glenelg, died 13/11/1873 meningitis, aged 47. Husband of Mary Ann HOPCRAFT Application 15007

HOPCRAFT, Mary Ann of Glenelg 1880 Application 18090

No 1

HOPE, Charles merchant Manchester, Lancs, England, died 14/5/1878 Memorial 53/326

No 2

HOPE, Charles of Kooringa 1886 Memorial 111/381

No 1 - likely to be the same person

HOPE, Elizabeth spinster North Adelaide 1852 Memorial 476/41

HOPE, Elizabeth spinster Macclesfield 1853[-1855] Hundred of Saddleworth land grant Memorial 258/62

HOPE, Elizabeth spinster Glenhurst Macclesfield Hundred of Macclesfield land grant 1858 Grant Book 36 Page 359 County Hindmarsh

HOPE, Elizabeth spinster Glenhurst 1859 Memorial 303/155

HOPE, Elizabeth spinster Macclesfield 1861 Application 2023

HOPE, Elizabeth spinster Little Pyrgo near Macclesfield 1867 Memorial 233/218

HOPE, Elizabeth spinster formerly of Little Pyrgo near Macclesfied but now of Beaumont about to marry William GRAY gentleman Mt Barker 1869 Memorial 90/238

HOPE, Ernest and William farmers Adelaide (Lincoln Tce, Hutt St) 1893 Application 22475

No 1

HOPE, George Sturgess accountant Adelaide 1851 Memorial 112/36

HOPE, George Sturgess formerly accountant Adelaide now storekeeper Illabarork Vic 1881 Application 18818

HOPE, HT [perhaps Harold Theodore] proclaimed bank manager Victor Harbor 1924 Memorial 110/491

No 1

HOPE, John labourer Norwood 1851 Memorial 208/36

No 2

HOPE, John Esquire Adelaide 1854 Memorial 375/64

No 3 - perhaps a continuation from No 2

HOPE, John Esquire The Broughton 1854 Memorial 108/70

HOPE, John sheep farmer Broughton 1857 Memorial 171/122

HOPE, John sheep farmer Bungaree 1855 Memorial 160/122

HOPE, John sheep farmer Bungaree 1857. Enrolment 91/37

HOPE, John Esquire Koolunga 1855 Memorial 255/89

HOPE, John Esquire formerly of near Clare but now of Delgany, Ireland 1867 Memorial 81/227

HOPE, John Esquire Clare and Isabella Matilda Hope his wife linked with Charles Hope Esquire Manchester, Lancs, England 1880 Memorial 117/324

HOPE, John squatter Clare, died 20/6/1880 Rundle St, Adelaide, aged 75 Memorial 111/324

HOPE, Margaret spinster Jessie Hundred of Jessie land grant 1875 Grant Book 50 Page 257 County Robe

HOPE, Richmond farmer Jessie Hundred of Jessie land grant 1875 Grant Book 50 Page 267 County Robe

No 1 - perhaps the same person

HOPE, Thomas no description leased a house and land on the Little Para River [likely to be Charles John PROSSER's store near the bridge at Inglewood] 1850 Memorial 422/20

HOPE, Thomas grocer Adelaide (Hindley St), became a bankrupt in 1852 Memorial 17/223

No 2

HOPE, Thomas labourer Jessie Hundred of Jessie land grant 1875 Grant Book 50 Page 257 County Robe

No 3

HOPE, Thomas minister of the gospel Knox St, Hindmarsh 1900[-1901] Memorial 25/441

HOPE, Thomas Minister of the Gospel Knox St, New Hindmarsh 1909 Application 25711

HOPE, William farmer Naracoorte Hundred of Jessie land grant 1877 Grant Book 50 Page 258 County Robe

No 1

HOPGOOD, Charles bricklayer Goodwood 1854[-1855]. Enrolment 5/26

HOPGOOD, Charles formerly bricklayer 1854 but now yeoman Goodwood 1869 Application 10117

HOPGOOD, Charles yeoman Goodwood Park 1869 Application 9798

HOPGOOD, Charles labourer Unley 1878 Application 16599

HOPGOOD, George farmer Langhorne Creek 1869 Memorial 185/241

No 1

HOPGOOD, John labourer Clare died c1872. His widow, Isabella Hopgood, administered his estate 1873 Application 12715

HOPGOOD, Isabella widow Clare 1873 Memorial 6/269

No 1

HOPGOOD, Robert Benjamin Howard boundary rider Langhorne Creek 1903 Application 24627

HOPGOOD, Robert Benjamin Howard farmer Milang linked with Whinham Alfred Hopgood builder Milang 1938 Memorial 189/512

HOPGOOD, Robert Benjamin Howard farmer Oakdene near Milang, died 3/11/1954. Father of Whinham Alfred Hopgood builder Milang, Victor Champion Hopgood farmer near Milang, and Benjamin George Hopgood labourer Milang Memorials 64 & 70/530

HOPGOOD, Whinham Alfred builder Milang 1945 Application 28427

No 1

HOPKINS, Alfred ironmonger Willunga 1861 Memorial 263/177

HOPKINS, Alfred tinsmith Willunga 1866 Memorial 109/219

HOPKINS, Alfred storekeeper Willunga 1869 Application 9907

HOPKINS, Archibald dairyman Lower North Rd, Prospect 1913 Application 26265

HOPKINS, Charles butcher Adelaide (Rundle St) 1856 Memorial 62/110

No 1

HOPKINS, David smelter Kapunda 1858[-1861] Memorial 133/176

No 2 - likely to be identified as David Hopkins

HOPKINS, Davey smelter Kooringa 1859 Application 24870

HOPKINS, Davy smelter Kooringa 1860 Memorial 238/167

HOPKINS, Davy smelter formerly of Kooringa but now of Pt Adelaide 1865 Memorial 46/201

HOPKINS, Jane formerly Jane Mitchell relict of the late Thomas MITCHELL formerly bricklayer Portland Estate 1863 but now wife of David Hopkins smelter Pt Adelaide 1877 Application 15802

No 1

HOPKINS, Edward agent Eudunda 1882[-1886] Memorial 146/341

HOPKINS, Edward auctioneer Eudunda 1883[-1887] Memorial 70/348

HOPKINS, Edward of Oodnadatta 1902 Memorial 144/447

No 1

HOPKINS, Edwin Carter farmer The Broughton Hundred of Blyth land grant 1876 Grant Book 56 Page 363 County Stanley

HOPKINS, Edwin Carter linked with Section 129 Hundred of Muloowurtie Co Fergusson 1886 Memorial 112/379

HOPKINS, Ethelind Susan widow Strathalbyn 1949, declared that she had lived in Strathalbyn for over 50 years Application 28626.

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

HOPKINS, GF storeman Pt Adelaide 1874 Memorial 76/271

HOPKINS, George F of Glanville 1874 Memorial 118/275

HOPKINS, George F the Younger clerk Glanville 1874 Memorial 224/278

HOPKINS, George Feltham mercantile clerk Glanville and Clara Hopkins his wife 1875 Application 14074

HOPKINS, Harold farmer Hindmarsh 1907 Application 25297

No 1

HOPKINS, HHO clerk Kapunda 1875 Memorial 81/298

HOPKINS, Herbert h Oxley clerk Kapunda 1876 Memorial 195/287

HOPKINS, HO accountant Kooringa 1882 Memorial 19/345

HOPKINS, HO manager National Bank Redhill 1885 Memorial 54/373

No 1 - perhaps the same person

HOPKINS, Henry William yeoman Strathalbyn 1901 Memorial 37/443

HOPKINS, Henry William mason Strathalbyn, died 27/6/1941 Adelaide. Husband of Ethelind Susan Hopkins Memorial 167/515

HOPKINS, Jasper Edward storekeeper Macumba, died 1/9/1902 Oodnadatta intestate and a bachelor. Brother of Herbert Oxley Hopkins bank clerk Adelaide. Estate worth £200. Memorial 196/447

HOPKINS, John Bartlett grocer Adelaide 1883 Memorial 135/348

No 1

HOPKINS, Joseph merchant Adelaide 1840 Application 19306

HOPKINS, Joseph merchant Adelaide 1842. He assigned the remainder of a ten year lease from Samuel George SMITH (1st signed 24/6/1842) of Section 309 Survey B along the Torrens River to Charles James Fox CAMPBELL Esquire Adelaide £225 Memorial 277/2

No 2

HOPKINS, Joseph yeoman Adelaide 1841. His wife later became Elizabeth LOCK wife of William Lock gentleman Brighton and the Hopkins daughter Elizabeth Ann Hopkins married William Thomas SHEPHARD farmer The Sturt. Mrs Lock got a life interest in trust in her first husband's real estate, then the share absolutely in remainder expectant to her daughter's children - Stanley Hopkins Shephard, Frederick William Shephard, Ethel Ann Shephard, Rosa May Shephard, and Alexander John Shephard Application 16142

HOPKINS, Joseph settler Adelaide, had sheep depasturing on the Wakefield River 1842 Memorial 406/1 Farmer Brighton 1848[-1851] Memorial 370/10

HOPKINS, Joseph mason Adelaide 1843 Memorial 397/2

HOPKINS, Joseph mason Adelaide 1843. Joseph Hopkins farmer Trewella Farm Brighton, died c1853. He left his estate to his wife, Elizabeth Hopkins, in trust for life or until remarriage, then to his children in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant. Mrs Hopkins did receive two cottages in Russell St, Adelaide, absolutely. Elizabeth Hopkins 40 widow Adelaide, remarried to William LOCK 42 farmer on 6/6/1855 Pirie St Wesleyan Chapel Adelaide . Minister: Thomas WILLIAMS. Witnesses: FW THOMAS, Peter FOX. Joseph and Elizabeth Hopkins’ daughter, Elizabeth Ann Hopkins, married William Thomas SHEPHARD. They had the following daughters - Ethel Shephard, Rosa May Shephard, and Bertha Eva Shephard Application 22103

HOPKINS, Joseph farmer Trewella Farm Brighton, died c1853. Husband of Elizabeth Hopkins. Father of Elizabeth Hopkins. Uncle to Samuel Hopkins GLOVER and Samuel Hopkins Glover sons of the testator's sister, Elizabeth Glover wife of James Glover of Parkham near Billsford, Devon, England. Joseph Hopkins owned two cottages in Russell St, Adelaide, as well as his farm at Brighton on Pt Section 204 Survey B. Executors; Henry Edward BROOKES gentleman Gouger St, Adelaide and William WATERS farmer The Sturt Memorial 98/54

No 3

HOPKINS, Joseph publican Mt Barker 1845 Memorial 205/5

No 4

HOPKINS, Joseph storekeeper North Kapunda 1848 Memorial 300/86

HOPKINS, JG clerk Kapunda 1886 Memorial 154/373

HOPKINS, Mary Middleton widow dairyfarmer Prospect West, died 3/3/1921. Mother of Minnie OSBORN, Jean BROOK, Elizabeth NOBLE, Margaret EDSON, Archibald Hopkins, James Hopkins. Aunt of Jessie MIDDLETON. Memorial 59/484

HOPKINS, Morgan labourer Kapunda 1865 Memorial 66/208

HOPKINS, PB undertaker's assistant First St, Bowden 1903 Application 25222

No 1

HOPKINS, Samuel tinsmith and ironworker Queenstown 1876 Memorial 11/288

HOPKINS, Samuel plumber Queenstown 1886 Application 21102

HOPKINS, W clerk to Messrs BAGOT & LABATT solicitors Adelaide 1859 Memorial 55/150

No 1

HOPKINS, William farmer The Hummocks Hundred of Redhill land grant 1874 Grant Book 14 Page 356 County Daly

HOPKINS, William farmer The Hummocks Hundred of Koolunga land grant 1874 Grant Book 55 Page 180 County Stanley

No 1

HOPKINS, William Edwin farmer Koolunga Hundred of Koolunga land grant 1879 Grant Book 55 Page 187 County Stanley

HOPKINS, William Edwin butcher Redhill Hundred of Redhill land grant 1878[-1885] Grant Book 14 Page 370 County Daly

HOPKINS, William Edwin farmer Redhill. Hundred of Mundoora land grant 1897 Grant Book 14 Page 270 County Daly

HOPKINS, William Henry telegraph station master Gawler 1867 Memorial 150/223, Application 8247

HOPPE, Bernard linked with Section 72 Hundred of Muloowurtie Co Fergusson 1882 Memorial 32/344

HOPPING, Arthur Stewart storekeeper Pt Lincoln 1929[-1931] Memorial 183/501, Application 27857

HOPPING, Arnold Stewart company secretary Pt Lincoln 1947, Secretary to Hopping Bros Ltd, Tasman Tce, Pt Lincoln Application 28504

HOPPO, Walter Paul chemist Adelaide. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1908 Grant Book 2 Page 25 County Adelaide

No 1

HOBSON, Benjamin labourer Adelaide 1842 Memorial 4/278

HOPSON, Benjamin farmer Lower Mitcham 1868 Memorial 41/231

HOPSON, Benjamin farmer Section 255 Goodwood Road 1869 Memorial 26/240

HOPSON, Benjamin landowner Goodwood Road 1871 Memorial 215/255

HOPSON, Benjamin farmer Goodwood Road died 1872. He left his entire estate to his wife, Mary Ann Hopson of Hopson Place, Adelaide absolutely Memorial 124/259

HOPWOOD, Thomas tailor and clothier Adelaide (Rundle St) 1870 Memorial 129/255

No 1

HORDACRE, Edmund labourer Penwortham, died 13/11/1923. Husband of Alice Mary Hordacre. Estate worth £540 Memorial 141/489

HORDACRE, Alice Mary widow Watervale 1935, wife of Edmund Hordacre labourer Penwortham, who died 13/11/1923. He left the whole of his £540 estate to his wife Application 27994

No 1

HORE, John of Willamulka 1887 Memorial 68/385

HORE, John farmer Willamulka Hundred of Ninnes land grant 1904[-1908] Grant Book 14 Page 297 County Daly

HORE, Joseph farmer Willamulka Hundred of Ninnes land grant 1905[-1912] Grant Book 14 Page 298 County Daly

HORE, Sydney Frederick salesman Gawler 1954 Memorial 37/529

No 1

HORE, William Henry Richard sawyer Portland Estate and Maria Hore his wife 1871[-1879] Memorial 161/253

HORE, William Henry Richard sawyer Portland Estate linked with Maria Hore widow Portland Estate 1878 Memorial 238/310

No 1 - perhaps the same person

HORGAN, Daniel farmer Tarlee 1873 Memorial 167/264

HORGAN, Daniel farmer near Tarlee 1874 Application 13554

HORGAN, Daniel farmer Mintaro 1907 Application 25293

HORGAN, Daniel farmer Gulnare Hundred of Eurelia land grant 1911 Grant Book 13 Page 386 County Dalhousie

HORGAN, James labourer Penola and Johanna Horgan his wife 1884 Memorial 85/355

No 1

HORGAN, John formerly licensed victualler Paramatta NSW, but now gentleman Adelaide 1849 Memorial 195/15

HORGAN, John gentleman Adelaide 1856 Memorial 138/115

No 1

HORGAN, Johanna widow Gawler Plains 1855. Enrolment 85/32

HORGAN, Johanna widow Gawler Plains 1856[-1864] Hundred of Gilbert land grant Memorial 183/100

HORGAN, Johanna widow Hundred of Gilbert 1861 Memorial 276/171

HORGAN, Johanna widow The Gilbert 1863, linked with John Horgan farmer Hundred of Gilbert Application 3881

HORGAN, Johanna widow Gilbert Plains 1864. She could not write Application 5252

HORGAN, Johanna widow formerly of the Hundred of Gilbert 1861 but now of Tarlee 1870 Application 10745

No 1

HORGAN, Thomas farmer Chingford 1873 Application 12532.

HORGAN, Thomas farmer Upper Wakefield 1882 Application 19107

HORKS, Christopher labourer Alberton 1853 Memorial 42/61

HORLEY, John insurance agent Chicago Hundred of Yatala 1917 Memorial 141/475

HORLEY, Walter labourer Plympton 1919 Memorial 25/479

HORLIN, Charles William caterer New Kingston 1884 Application 20273

No 1

HORN, Alfred labourer Pt Adelaide 1855 Memorial 401/89

HORN, Alfred mariner Pt Adelaide 1868 Memorial 36/231

HORN, Alfred mariner Exeter 1880 Application 18322

HORN, Alfred labourer Pt Adelaide 1906 Memorial 183/454

HORN, August farmer Lobethal Co Adelaide. Hundred of Finniss land grant 1881 Grant Book 58 Page 38 County Sturt

No 1

HORN, C Austin manager National Bank of Australasia Pt Pirie 1879 Memorial 187/314

HORN, Charles Austin gentleman Adelaide 1895 Memorial 79/425

No 1

HORN, Edward Kirk gentleman Pt Wakefield 1854[-1855] Memorial 353/78

HORN, Edward Kirk Esquire Yorke Peninsula 1862 Application 3026

HORN, Edward Kirk Esquire formerly of Pt Wakefield 1854 but now of North Adelaide 1871 Application 11578

HORN, Henry labourer Alberton 1883 Application 19663

HORN, Johann Carl August farmer near Callington 1881 Memorial 65/331

No 1 - perhaps the same person

HORN, John labourer Hindmarsh 1854 Memorial 314/70

HORN, John farmer Gawler Plains 1858 Memorial 70/142

No 1

HORN, Percival Austin bank manager Pt Augusta Wilmington township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 24 Page 567 County Frome

HORN, Percival Austin Esquire Adelaide linked with Thomas Sutherland Horn Esquire Adelaide 1895 Memorial 185/424

No 1 - likely to be the same person

HORN, Stephen labourer Adelaide 1839 Application 21282

HORN, Stephen yeoman Thebarton 1857 Memorial 6/121

No 1

HORN, Thomas Sutherland licensed land broker and estate agent Adelaide 1882 Memorial 233/341

HORN, Thomas Sutherland gentleman Adelaide (Cornstock Chambers, King William St) 1891 Application 22138

HORN, Thomas W bank clerk Pt Lincoln 1892 Memorial 11/414

No 1 - likely to be the same person

HORN, William Austin sheep farmer Mary Vale Streaky Bay 1868 Memorial 2/228

HORN, William Austin Esquire Wimbledon Park House, Wimbledon, Surrey, England 1901[-1907] Memorial 197/444

HORN, William Austin Esquire Wimbledon Park House, Wimbledon, Surrey, England 1908 Application 25402

No 1

HORN, William Porter farmer Houghton 1852[-1854] Memorial 295/44

HORN, Susannah widow of the late William Porter Horn labourer Houghton, died 11/1889, of exhaustion from the effects of bed sores, aged 75 Application 22288

No 1

HORNABROOK, Charles A clerk to Messrs PARKER & HERFORD solicitors Adelaide 1855 Memorial 315/91

HORNABROOK, Charles A clerk to HW PARKER solicitor Adelaide 1856 Memorial 21/99

HORNABROOK, Charles Atkins licensed victualler Adelaide 1876 Application 15087

HORNABROOK, Charles Atkins gentleman Adelaide 1885[-1898] Memorial 246/363

HORNABROOK, Charles Atkins gentleman Eothew Adelaide (East Tce) 1895[-1896] Memorial 15/425

No 1

HORNABROOK, John gentleman West Mitcham 1854 Memorial 364/75

HORNABROOK, John gentleman Mitcham 1856 Memorial 187/111

HORNABROOK, John gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now of Mitcham 1857 Memorial 315/120

HORNABROOK, John gentleman West Mitcham, died 22/8/1862 Memorial 23/423

HORNABROOK, Joseph Alfred architect Adelaide 1876[-1878] Memorial 107/292, Application 15286

HORNABROOK, Philip carpenter North Adelaide 1846[-1863] Memorial 467/7

HORNAL, Joseph teamster McLaren Vale 1854 Memorial 259/73

HORNBURY(?), William clerk to Henry GILBERT solicitor Adelaide 1860 Memorial 155/165

HORNBY, William blocker Pt Broughton. Hundred of Mundoora land grant 1910 Grant Book 14 Page 275 County Daly

HORNE, Alexander David farmer Auburn (also known as Alexander Horne) 1898. Alexander Horne out of business Auburn, died 31/7/1905. His widow, Mary Elizabeth Horne, still living at Auburn in 1915 Memorial 180/433 & RPA Search 960.

HORNE, Anne widow Auburn 1871 Memorial 4/254

No 1

HORNE, Benjamin farmer East Auburn 1862 Memorial 338/184

HORNE, Benjamin farmer Auburn Hundred of Boucaut land grant 1881 Grant Book 55 Page 38 County Stanley

HORNE, Benjamin formerly farmer Koolunga but now out of business Auburn 1905 Memorial 92/454

No 1

HORNE, Charles fisherman Pt Adelaide 1853[-1855] Memorial 161/56

HORNE, Charles fisherman formerly of Pt Adelaide but now of Normanville 1862 Memorial 232/183

No 1

HORNE, Frederick Esquire Adelaide owned the flourmill on Pt Town Acre 186 1843[-1845] Memorial 381/2

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

HORNE, Frederick of Strathalbyn 1854 Memorial 175/67

HORNE, Frederick storekeeper Strathalbyn 1860[-1877] Memorial 225/170

HORNE, Frederick storekeeper Strathalbyn (in partnership with Henry FOSTER), became a bankrupt in 1871 Memorial 53/263

HORNE, Frederick storekeeper Strathalbyn became a bankrupt in 1872 Application 12391

No 1 - perhaps the same person

HORNE, George farmer Auburn Hundred of Stanley land grant 1859 Grant Book 56 Page 156 County Stanley

HORNE, George farmer Bruce Hundred of Willochra Co Frome linked with Esther Ann Horne no description 1885 Memorial 124/370

HORNE, George grazier Wininnowie Co Frome 1901 Memorial 101/444

HORNE, Henry labourer Auburn linked with James Horne landowner Auburn 1860 Memorial 133/163

No 1

HORNE, James yeoman Pt Adelaide 1849 Memorial 249/17

HORNE, James labourer Alberton 1856 Memorial 39/108

HORNE, James formerly yeoman Pt Adelaide but now labourer Alberton 1857 Memorial 86/118

HORNE, James farmer Alberton purchased land in Upper Wakefield 1857 Memorial 284/119

HORNE, James labourer Auburn 1860 Memorial 182/162

HORNE, James labourer formerly of Alberton 1857. James Horne died 10/3/1864 when the family lived at Auburn. His widow, Anne Horne, still lived there in 1877 Application 15705

HORNE, Ann widow Upper Wakefield 1864 Application 5107

No 1

HORNE, Robert Wintle Brevet Captain Indian Army of Adelaide ( Tavistock Buildings Rundle St) 1850 Memorial 412/22

HORNE, Robert Wintle Brevet Captain Indian Army formerly ofAdelaide ( Tavistock Buildings Rundle St) but now of Hobart VDL 1851 Memorial 339/38

No 1

HORNE, Thomas sheep farmer Pt Lincoln 1861 Memorial 220/175

HORNE, Thomas stockholder Lake Wangary 1865 Memorial 12/206

HORNE, Thomas sheep farmer Race Course Run near Pt Lincoln 1866 Memorial 265/208

No 1

HORNE, William farmer Tarcowie. Hundred of Tarcowie land grant 1887 Grant Book 13 Page 54 County Dalhousie

HORNE, William farmer Tarcowie 1895 Memorial 202/423

No 1

HORNECK, Nelly spinster Morphett Vale linked with the late Samuel Horneck formerly medical practitioner Morphett Vale now deceased 1896 Memorial 201/427

HORNECK, Nelly spinster Morphett Vale 1898 Memorial 201/435

HORNER, George and John of Booleroo Centre 1890 Memorial 26/406

HORNER, Heinrich of Tantanoola director Tantanoola Cheese and Butter Venture Tantanoola (formerly Lucieton Hundred of Hindmarsh) township allotment land grant 1890 Grant Book 31 Page 300 County Grey

No 1

HORNER, Henry and John of Booleroo Centre 1890 Memorial 25/406

No 2

HORNER, Henry mason Kangarilla. Hundred of Kuitpo land grant 1899 Grant Book 2 Page 95 County Adelaide

No 1

HORNER, Herbert Clarence missioner Lipson trustee Methodist Church Tumby Bay Hundred of Hutchison land grant 1907 Grant Book 21 Page 90 County Flinders

HORNER, Herbert Clarence licensed land broker Adelaide 1931 Application 27774

No 1

HORNER, John yeoman Macclesfield 1851[-1853] Memorial 286/29

HORNER, John labourer Macclesfield 1853 Memorial 477/60

HORNER, John farmer Macclesfield 1856 Macclesfield Wesleyan Chapel trustee Memorial 299/101

HORNER, John farmer Macclesfield 1863 Application 3776

No 2

HORNER, John farmer Booleroo trustee unnamed Wesleyan Methodist Church Hundred of Booleroo land grant 1879 Grant Book 24 Page 620 County Frome

HORNER, John farmer Booleroo Centre had died by 1899. Executrix – Harriet Horner spinster Booleroo Centre Grant Book 24 Page 631 County Frome

No 3

HORNER, John farmer Kensington Hundred of Willochra land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 543 County Frome

No 1

HORNER, John Jubb miller Hindmarsh 1853 Memorial 471/47

HORNER, John Jubb postmaster The Gilbert 1857 Memorial 227/128

HORNER, John Jubb miller Saddleworth 1858 Memorial 141/139

HORNER, John Jubb miller and storekeeper Riverton, died c1858. He left his entire estate in trust to his wife, Mary Horner Memorial 180/146

HORNER, John Jubb miller and storekeeper Riverton, died c1858. His whole property in trust to his wife, Mary, for life, then to the children in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant after they all turn 21 or the daughters marry. Executors and trustees - James MASTERS Saddleworth Lodge, Matthew MOOREHOUSE Esquire Adelaide, Frederick Phillip STRICKLAND Clerk in Holy Orders Kapunda. Mrs Horner had the right to the whole income of the estate for life Enrolment 56/41

HORNER, Mary gentlewoman widow of the late John Horner gentleman Riverton, died 2/9/1891, of senile decay, aged 79 Application 23028

No 1 – probably the Elder

HORNER, Nathan stonemason Worthing Mines 1855 Memorial 286/84

HORNER, Nathan farmer Spring Farm near Clarendon 1860 Application 1471

HORNER, Nathan farmer Clarendon, died 1/5/1877. His wife, Ann Horner, died 3/12/1880. Nathan Horner mason Crystal Brook mentioned in the settlement of the estate after Mrs Horner died Memorial 14/329

No 2 – probably the Younger

HORNER, Nathan mason Petersburg. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1900 Grant Book 13 Page 206 County Dalhousie

No 1

HORNER, Oliver district registrar Riverton 1864 Memorial 166/200

HORNER, Oliver storekeeper Riverton trustee Public Cemetery Riverton Hundred of Gilbert land grant 1864 Grant Book 44 Page 51 County Light

HORNER, Oliver accountant Riverton 1866[-1867] Memorial 87/211

HORNER, Oliver corn miller Riverton 1868 Memorial 92/236

HORNER, Oliver miller Riverton 1872 Application 12432

HORNER, Oliver merchant Pt Pirie. Pt Pirie (Hundred of Pirie) township allotment land grant 1872 Grant Book 60 Page 475 County Victoria

HORNER, Oliver miller Pt Pirie 1873[-1874] Memorial 192/281

HORNER, Oliver gentleman Pt Pirie. Hundred of Pirie land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 288 County Victoria

HORNER, Oliver Esquire Pt Pirie 1877 Memorial 219/300

HORNER, Oliver formerly gentleman Riverton but now merchant Pt Pirie 1873 Application 13194

HORNER, Oliver merchant formerly of Riverton but now of Pt Pirie 1875 Application 14734

HORNER, Oliver of Pt Pirie Co Victoria. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1879 Grant Book 13 Page 44 County Dalhousie

HORNER, Oliver of Pt Pirie Co Victoria. Hundred of Appila land grant 1879 Grant Book 24 Page 497 County Frome

HORNER, Oliver auctioneer Gladstone. Hundred of Narridy land grant 1881 Grant Book 60 Page 260 County Victoria

HORNER, Samuel ship's carpenter Pt Adelaide 1867 Memorial 173/222

HORNER, Vincent farmer Riverton Co Light. Hundred of Caltowie land grant 1879 Grant Book 60 Page 189 County Victoria

No 1 - the Elder

HORNER, William shoemaker Adelaide 1850[-1877] Memorial 23/28

No 2 - perhaps the same person; the Younger?

HORNER, William the Younger shoemaker Adelaide 1854 Memorial 18/63

HORNER, William shoemaker Thebarton 1868 Memorial 35/229

No 1

HORNHARDT, Heinrich farmer Hurtle Vale 1850 Memorial 292/24 Farmer Morphett Vale 1852 Memorial 146/42

HORNHARDT, Heinrich farmer Section 657 Hundred of Noarlunga 1853 Memorial 162/57

HORNHARDT, Henry farmer Gawler River 1854 Memorial 265/65

HORNHARDT, Heinrich farmer Pt Gawler 1854 Memorial 277/67

HORNHARDT, Heinrich farmer Morphett Vale 1855 Memorial 198/90

HORNHARDT, Heinrich farmer formerly of Morphett Vale but now of Pt Gawler 1858[-1862] Memorial 382/147

HORNHARDT, Richard farmer Miltalie trustee School Hundred of Miltalie Hundred of Miltalie land grant 1892 Grant Book 39 Page 134 County Jervois

No 1

HORNHARDT, Wilhelm Gustav Adolf labourer Franklin Harbour 1885 Memorial 110/373

HORNHARDT, Wilhelm Gustave Adolph labourer Franklin Harbour Cowell (Hundred of Playford) township allotment land grant 1896 Grant Book 39 Page 84 County Jervois

HORNSBY, Arthur Thomas farmer Pt Elliot 1932 Memorial 146/505

HORNSBY, Eliza widow Royal Sovereign Hotel, Adelaide. She took over the remainder of a lease on the Glenelg Hotel Glenelg for £350 1855 Memorial 490/91

HORNSBY, Henry farmer Naracoorte Hundred of Hynam land grant 1880 Grant Book 29 Page 166 County MacDonnell

No 1

HORNSBY, Joseph gentleman Green Tree Hill 1859 Memorial 213/149

HORNSBY, Joseph of Green Tree Hill in the Hundred of Munno Para, died c1860. He left his estate to Robert PATERSON with whom he was living Memorial 125/171

No 1

HORNSBY, Joseph Henry tailor Adelaide (Sturt St) 1839 Application 29392

HORNSBY, Joseph Henry tailor Adelaide 1845[-1847] Memorial 297/4

No 2

HORNSBY, Joseph Henry yeoman Adelaide 1841 Application 9275

HORNSBY, Joseph Henry farmer Black Forest 1847 Memorial 141/8

HORNSBY, Joseph Henry farmer Marion Road near Plympton 1859[-1863] Memorial 189/156

HORNSBY, Joseph Henry formerly yeoman Adelaide 1841 but now farmer Marion Road 1868 Application 9275

No 3 - somehow linked with No 2

HORNSBY, Joseph Henry yeoman Prospect 1851 Memorial 3/32

No 4

HORNSBY, Joseph Henry farmer Phoenix Farm Sturt Plains 1855[-1867] Hundred of Kapunda land grant Memorial 19/84 Hundred of Nangkita land grant 1855 Memorial 402/87

HORNSBY, Samuel wheelwright Mundulla. Hundred of Wirrega land grant 1897 Grant Book 7 Page 48 County Buckingham

No 1

HORNSBY, Thomas licensed victualler Adelaide (Hindley St) 1846[-1847] Memorials 216/6, 146/10

HORNSBY, Thomas licensed victualler Tothill Creek 1849 Memorial 124/69

HORNSBY, Thomas licensed victualler Glenelg, died c1855 Memorial 359/83

No 2

HORNSBY, Thomas ironmonger Adelaide 1892 Memorial 96/414

HORRELL, Edward mason Osmond Tce, Norwood 1875 Application 14084

HORRELL, Frederick William gentleman Dry Creek 1858 Memorial 111/137

HORRENS, Henry Gerhard yeoman Adelaide 1846 Memorial 22/6

HORRIGAN, Thomas farmer Wakefield River 1885[-1891] Memorial 71/366, Application 22151

No 1

HORROCKS, Arthur Esquire Penwortham brother of Clara Horrocks spinster formerly of Beamond Cottage, Chertsey, Surrey, England but now of the Kingdom of Belgium 1854 Memorial 120/83

HORROCKS, Arthur Esquire Penwortham had the following relatives in parts beyond the seas: Clara Horrocks widow, Clara Horrocks spinster, Celia Horrocks spinster, Anna Eliza Horrocks spinster, Edgworth Horrocks Esquire and Anna Maria Horrocks spinster 1855 Memorial 5/86

HORROCKS, Arthur Esquire Woodlands near Watervale 1859 Application 842

No 1

HORROCKS, Charles Jeremiah and Eardley clerks Adelaide 1879 Memorial 116/320

HORROCKS, Charles J clerk to Messrs BAKER & BARLOW solicitors Adelaide 1880[-1883] Memorial 26/322

HORROCKS, Charles J accountant Adelaide 1886[-1907] Memorial 104/382

HORROCKS, Charles Jeremiah law clerk Walkerville 1894 Application 22696

HORROCKS, Charles Jeremiah accountant Adelaide 1895 Application 22877

HORROCKS, Charles J JP of Morialta Chambers, Victoria Square, Adelaide 1904[-1924] Memorials 9/452 & 244/455

HORROCKS, Charles J accountant Adelaide (Victoria Square) 1911 Memorial 55/464

HORROCKS, Charles J accountant Adelaide (Morialta Chambers) 1914 Memorial 135/470

HORROCKS, Charles Jeremiah accountant Adelaide and Agnes Rebekah Horrocks his wife 1920 Application 26860

HORROCKS, Eardley clerk Adelaide 1877[-1879] Memorial 79/302

HORROCKS, Henry and James farmers Woodville 1879 Memorial 221/314

HORROCKS, Herbert Charles and HORROCKS, Henry James dairymen North Walkerville 1909 Application 25642

No 1

HORROCKS, James yeoman Adelaide 1842 Memorial 250/2

HORROCKS, James farmer District of Adelaide 1842 Application 1716

No 1

HORROCKS, John farmer Reedbeds 1868[-1868] Memorial 82/233

HORROCKS, John farmer Reedbeds and Elspit Horrocks his wife nee Elspit COOK. Links with Charles Sturt Cook farmer Hindmarsh 1871 Memorial 216/256

HORROCKS, John farmer Reedbeds 1875 Memorial 73/281

HORROCKS, Peter Esquire formerly of Penwortham Lodge, Lancs, England, but late of Beaumont Cottage, Chertsey, Surrey,, died 7/6/1841 Chertsey, aged 50. He married 11/11/1811, St George Hanover Square, London, Middlesex, Clara nee JUPP. Eldest son, John Ainsworth HORROCKS, born 22/3/1818 at Penwortham, and died 23/9/1846. Second son was Arthur HORROCKS born 6/10/1819. JA Horrocks got nothing from his father’s will, ‘not from any want of parental affection for him, but because I have already provided for him and from the advantages he has received, I consider him to be independent of me’ Deposit 317/1860

No 1 - perhaps the same person

HORROCKS, WC clerk to James HARVEY of Adelaide 1873 Memorial 2/266

HORROCKS, WC broker Adelaide 1888 Memorial 123/391

No 1 - perhaps the same person; perhaps the Elder and the Younger

HORSELL, Robert cordwainer Adelaide and Sarah Horsell his wife 1839 Memorial 275/8

HORSELL, Robert of Mt Barker 1853 Memorial 469/62

HORSELL, Robert brickmaker Mt Barker 1854 Memorial 56/67

HORSELL, Robert shoemaker Mt Barker 1854 Memorial 206/110

HORSELL, Robert shoemaker Mt Barker 1859 Memorial 96/151

HORSELL, Robert the Elder farmer Mt Barker 1859 Memorial 98/155

No 1

HORSELL, RJ law clerk Adelaide 1883[-1918] Memorial 201/349

HORSELL, RJ clerk to Leonard W BAKEWELL solicitor Adelaide 1921 Memorial 118/484

HORSEY, AM of the Hindmarsh Brewery 1849[-1850] Memorial 264/14

No 1 - likely to be the same person

HORSFALL, Henry gentleman Halifax, Yorks, England 1841 Enrolment 78/1

HORSFALL, Henry bootmaker Union St, Halifax, Yorks, England 1849. Enrolment 89/6

HORSFALL, Henry bootmaker Union St, Halifax, Yorks, England, power of attorney to George MORPHETT Esquire Adelaide, to sell Section 288 Survey B 11/5/1849 Deposit 88/OA

HORSFALL, Mary widow of Henry Horsfall, Morpeth, Northumberland, England, died 27/3/1871. Nathaniel Alexander KNOX and Leonard William THRUPP to wind up the SA portion of the estate by auction Deposit 281/1860

No 1 - likely to be the same person

HORSFALL, Henry James gentleman Naracoorte Naracoorte (Hundred of Naracoorte) township allotment land grant 1865 Grant Book 50 Page 308 County Robe

HORSFALL, Henry James gentleman Kincraig 1867 Memorial 78/223

HORSFALL, Henry James Clerk of the Local Court formerly of Mosquito Plains 1862 now of Narracoorte 1867 Application 8481

HORSFALL, HJ solicitor and clerk of the local court Narracoorte 1869 Memorial 191/243

HORSFALL, Henry James now a prisoner in HM Gaol Adelaide 1881 Application 18933

HORSFALL, Mary of Morpeth, Co Northumberland, England, died 27/3/1871. She owned real estate in SA Memorial 195/294

No 1

HORSLEY, James the Elder farmer Mannum 1885 Memorial 44/369

HORSLEY, James the Elder of Campbelltown linked with John Horsley the Elder of Mannum 1886 Memorial 96/374

HORSLEY, James the Elder gardener formerly of Campbelltown but now of Whitmore Square, Adelaide linked with Joseph Horsley farmer Mannum 1891 Memorial 108/407

No 1

HORSLEY, John the Elder gardener Campbelltown 1885[-1891] Memorial 44/369

HORSLEY, John the Elder of Roseworthy 1882 Memorial 103/346

HORSLEY, John the Elder farmer Roseworthy linked with John Horsley the Younger farmer Mannum 1885 Memorial 145/364

HORSLEY, John the Younger farmer Mannum 1891 Memorial 250/406

No 1

HORSLEY, Joseph farmer Mannum. James Horsley the Elder mentioned but not described 1894 Memorial 85/420

HORSLEY, Joseph farmer Mannum 1903 Memorial 60/448

HORSNELL, George Herbert horticulturalist Magill 1901 Memorial 112/442

HORSNELL, Henry Ernest farmer Magill 1900 Application 24070

No 1 - likely to be the same person

HORSNELL, John stockholder Co Adelaide 1847 Memorial 14/10

HORSNELL, John grazier Third Creek 1848[-1852] Memorial 338/11

HORSNELL, John farmer Third Creek. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1850 Grant Book 1 Page 21 County Adelaide

HORSNELL, John farmer Adelaide 1853 Memorial 448/59

HORSNELL, John farmer Greenhill Creek 1853 Memorial 198/50

HORSNELL, John farmer Magill 1856 Memorial 165/109

HORSNELL, John dairyman Third Creek. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1859 Grant Book 1 Page 30 County Adelaide

HORSNELL, John farmer Magill Creek 1860. He could not write Application 1407

HORSNELL, John farmer Third Valley 1883 Memorial 172/350

HORSNELL, John gardener Magill 1890, stated that he had lived in the area since before c1840. He said that pt Section 1064 was known as the Rock Tavern Application 21745

No 1

HORSNELL, Rufus stone mason Robe 1856 Memorial 229/101

HORSNELL, Rufus stone mason Robe Guichen Bay 1861 Memorial 201/180

HORSNELL, Rufus stone mason Syleham near Robe 1861 Memorial 228/172

HORSTMANN, Johann Friedrich Wilhelm farmer Netherleigh. Swan Reach Public Hall trustee 1938 Memorial 38/512

No 1

HORSWILL, Frederick builder Adelaide 1840 Application 17159

HORSWILL, Frederick builder Adelaide 1842 Memorial 176/67

HORTIN, Caleb Martin farmer Tarcowie and Emma Hortin his wife. Tarcowie (Hundred of Tarcowie) township allotment land grant 1914 Grant Book 13 Page 34 County Dalhousie

HORTIN, Charles blacksmith Edwardstown 1853 Memorial 434/48

No 1

HORTIN, Herbert labourer Yongala. Hundred of Pekina land grant 1879 Grant Book 13 Page 160 County Dalhousie

HORTIN, Herbert linked with Section 61 Hundred of Eurilpa Co Granville 1890 Memorial 203/401

HORTIN, John labourer Jamestown Co Victoria. Hundred of Mannanarie land grant 1879 Grant Book 13 Page 78 County Dalhousie

HORTIN, Thomas of Eurilpa 1890 Memorial 204/401

No 1

HORTLE, James farmer The Sturt 1849[-1853] Memorial 135/16

HORTLE, James farmer in the vicinity of the Sturt River 1857 Memorial 197/113

HORTLE, James farmer Lower Sturt, died c1861. He left his real estate to Ann FELLERS wife of George Fellers of the Lower Sturt, for life, and then to the eldest son of the testator's brother, Thomas Hortle land currier Norfolk Plains Van Diemen's Land, in remainder expectant Memorial 223/174

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

HORTON, Charles Edward yeoman Adelaide 1842 Memorial 246/1 Farmer of Haven Cottage near Adelaide 1849 Memorial 437/14

HORTON, Charles Edward farmer near Magill 1861 Application 2314

HORTON, Charles Edward farmer Magill 1855[-1880] Memorial 11/94

HORTON, Charles Edward farmer East Payneham 1856 Memorial 228/100

HORTON, Charles Edward farmer Magill, and Jane Horton, his wife 1871 Application 27304

HORTON, Charles Edward the Elder farmer Magill, died c 1890. Husband of Jane Horton. Father of Thomas Howard Horton of Truro 1887 but then storekeeper Carlton Vic, and Sarah Elizabeth Horton teacher Magill. His other son, Charles Edward the Younger of Pt Adelaide, had already died leaving 6 unnamed children to be provided for Memorial 243/405

HORTON, Charles Edward farmer Magill, died c1897. Linked with Thomas Howard Horton storekeeper Carlton Vic and Sarah Elizabeth Horton teacher Magill 1897 Memorial 160/432

HORTON, Jane widow of the late Charles Edward Horton farmer Magill, died 25/7/l897, of peritonitis, and 4 days' abdomenal tumor, aged 82. Informant: her son, Thomas Howard Horton of Melbourne Vic Application 24821

No 1

HORTON, Frederick labourer Echunga 1864 Application 5250

HORTON, Frederick yeoman Blakiston 1866 Memorial 193/217

HORTON, James of East Payneham 1897 Memorial 134/432

HORTON, William yeoman Norwood 1851 Memorial 170/35

No 1

HORTOP, Daniel mason Woodside 1871, linked with Robert William Hortop mason Woodside Application 11544

HORTOP, Daniel and Robert farmers Georgetown. Georgetown (Hundred of Bundaleer) township allotment land grant 1872 Grant Book 60 Page 78 County Victoria

HORWOOD, Edgar Stanbridge salesman Adelaide 1921 Memorial 146/483

No 1 - perhaps the same person

HORWOOD, Joseph Henry party to the purchase of an allotment in New Mile End 1865 Memorial 94/214

HORWOOD, Joseph Henry engineer Adelaide, died 17/4/1913. He headed the firm of JH Horwood & Co Ltd of Franklin St, Adelaide. Father of Ruth Annie Horwood, Rachel Horwood, Edgar Stanbridge Horwood salesman Wayville and Horace Reginald Horwood engineer Adelaide (Franklin St). JH Horwood & Co Ltd changed its name to Horwood Bagshaw Ltd on 13/2/1924 Memorials 11 & 12/470, 143/493

HORWOOD, Thomas machinist Kadina. Alford (Hundred of Tickera) township allotment land grant 1882 Grant Book 14 Page 306 County Daly

HOSE, James storekeeper Milang 1858 Memorial 155/145

HOSIE, Robert shipwright Queenstown 1885 Application 20426

HOSIER, Ann Gunniman widow Emigration Square, leased land in TA 43 Rundle St from William Henville BURFORD tallow chandler Adelaide (Grenfell St) for 17 years from 1848. She assigned the lease to Mary Hosier spinster [Mrs Hosier's sister-in-law] of Rundle St Adelaide in 1853. [Mrs AG Hosier remarried, to John BATTEN tailor Kapunda] Memorials 409/12, 32/48

No 1

HOSIER, Ellen Ann widow Clare 1880 Memorial 23/323

HOSIER, Ellen Ann widow Glenelg 1883 Memorial 163/350

No 1

HOSIER, Mary spinster Adelaide (Rundle St) 1851[-1853] Memorial 304/34

HOSIER, Mary spinster formerly of Rundle St, then of Carrington St, Adelaide, died 29/6/1899, of senile decay, aged 89. She was a sister-in-law to Ann Gunniman BATTEN Application 24864

No 1

HOSIER, Thomas Henry gentleman Kapunda 1858 Memorial 62/137

HOSIER, Thomas Henry [formerly gentleman Kapunda but now] solicitor Clare 1871[-1877] Memorials 3/252 & 240/302

No 2 - perhaps the same person

HOSIER, Thomas H clerk to JE MOULDEN solicitor Adelaide 1864[-1875] Memorial 90/196

HOSIER, Thomas Henry gentleman Adelaide eldest son and heir at law of the late Henry Hosier formerly of Walkerville now deceased 1868 Memorial 92/228

No 1

HOSKEN, Edward farmer Black Forest 1851 Memorial 439/37

HOSKEN, Edward farmer Edwardstown 1851 Memorial 87/362

HOSKEN, Edward farmer South Road 1854 Wesleyan Methodist Memorial 436/77

HOSKEN, Edward of the Black Forest brother of William Hosken the Younger farmer Black Forest 1855 Memorial 16/88

HOSKEN, Elizabeth of Streaky Bay. She had links with the BROADBENT family of Cherry Gardens 1879 Memorial 112/469

No 1

HOSKEN, JJ storekeeper Alberton 1877 Application 16397

HOSKEN, Jacob John William Richard Treweek miller Alberton 1873 Application 12580

No 1

HOSKIN, James miner Burra 1851 Memorial 34/134

HOSKEN, James of Kooringa 1852 Memorial 16/48

HOSKEN, James assayer Kooringa 1854 Memorial 304/77

HOSKEN, James formerly of Aberdeen but now of White Hills Vic 1863 Memorial 223/190

HOSKIN, James gardener White Hills Vic and Mary Hoskin his wife formerly Mary COCKING widow Darlington 1867 Memorial 76/223

HOSKIN, Mary widow Darlington relict of the late James Hoskin formerly gardener White Hills Vic but now deceased, formerly Mary COCKING widow (probably relict of the late Richard Cocking of Darlington) linked with John Rich Cocking of Darlington 1878 Memorial 155/306

No 1 – perhaps the same person

HOSKEN, John Henry and William of St Peter's Island [probably at Denial Bay] 1889 Memorial 242/398

HOSKEN, John Henry farmer Cygnet River Kangaroo Island. Hundred of Menzies land grant 1904 Grant Book 11 Page 61 County Carnarvon

HOSKEN, Thomas farmer Cherry Gardens liked with Mary HOSKEN widow Black Forest 1851 Memorial 151/31

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

HOSKEN, William farmer Forbes Square [country/city not mentioned] 1838 Memorial 362/87 Farmer Tregana Co Adelaide 1843 Memorial 363/87

HOSKEN, William and Edward farmers Edwardstown 1851. They were close friends with the George CHIVELL family of Plympton Application 28005

HOSKEN, William the Younger farmer Black Forest eldest son and heir at law of the late William Hosken the Elder formerly farmer Black Forest deceased and Mary Hosken now widow Black Forest 1855 Memorial 413/87

HOSKEN, William and his younger brother, Thomas Hosken farmers Tregana Farm, near Adelaide 1850 Memorial 446/20

HOSKEN, William farmer Edwardstown 1866 Application 8032

No 2

HOSKEN, William farmer Houghton 1891 Memorial 21/412

HOSKIN, Andrew farmer North Road 1849. Prominent Wesleyan Methodist Memorial 398/15

No 1

HOSKIN, Charles William farmer Myponga 1867[-1870] Memorial 35/227

HOSKIN, Charles William farmer formerly of Myponga but now of Napperby 1878 Memorial 34/306

No 1 - perhaps the same person

HOSKIN, Edward farmer Edwardstown 1856 Memorial 266/105

HOSKIN, Edward farmer Mt Gambier 1860 Memorial 329/169

No 1

HOSKIN, James blacksmith Morphett Vale 1851 Memorial 299/30

HOSKIN, James blacksmith and brewer Morphett Vale, declared a bankrupt on 6/7/1860 Memorial 59/181

HOSKIN, John of Wallaroo Mine 1874 Memorial 27/277

HOSKIN, John Walter farmer Baroota 1895 Memorial 171/423

No 1

HOSKIN, Thomas stone mason Nairne. Nairne Primitive Methodist Chapel & School trustee 1850 Memorial 103/304

HOSKIN, Thomas stone mason formerly of Nairne but now of Kooringa 1851 Memorial 305/35

HOSKIN, Thomas farmer near Nairne, died 30/8/1854, of a rupture, aged 33. Nairne Primitive Methodist Chapel trustee Application 20893

HOSKIN, Thomas of Adelaide 1853 Memorial 30/48

No 1 - perhaps the same person

HOSKIN, William farmer Auburn 1854[-1856] Memorial 430/78

HOSKIN, William farmer Kercoonda 1858 Memorial 130/142 Member of the Stanley Co Land and Building Society 1858 Memorial 346/147

No 1

HOSKIN, William farmer Edwardstown 1858 Edwardstown Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee Memorial 220/138

No 2

HOSKIN, William sheep farmer Chillindie near Streaky Bay, died 1882. Husband of Elizabeth Hoskin. She lived at Laura Bay by mid 1882 Memorials 175/342 & 124/343

HOSKIN, William Alexander civil servant Allenby Gardens 1946 Memorial 26/520

HOSKING, Edward storekeeper Pt Elliot 1866 Memorial 20/217

No 1 - perhaps the same person

HOSKING, James gentleman near One Tree Hill 1860 Application 1250

HOSKING, James schoolmaster Adelaide and BRYANT, James sheepfarmer Palkagee near Mt Wedge, became bankrupts. Messrs Dean & Laughton sold their leasehold sheep stations, including Pinthaput, Coppelalta, Medinna, and Wananana south of the Gawler Ranges, and Nukey Bluff in the Gawler Ranges, by auction at White's Arbitration Rooms, Adelaide, on 17/9/1869, for £1,826/10/-, for Memorial 213/242

No 2

HOSKING, James farmer Terowie Hundred of Terowie land grant 1901 Grant Book 40 Page 20 County Kimberley

No 1

HOSKING, James Henry farmer Grace Plains 1881 Memorial 110/335

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

No 1 - likely to be the same person

HOSKING, James William draper's assistant Walkerville 1884 Application 26546

HOSKING, JW JP storekeeper Terowie 1898 Memorial 85/435

No 1 - likely to be the same person

HOSKING, Richard of Clare 1872 Memorial 120/258

HOSKING, Richard blacksmith Clare 1880 Memorial 123/323

HOSKING, Richard publican formerly of Clare but now of Penwortham 1884 Application 20379

No 1

HOSKING, Sampson blacksmith Armagh near Clare 1867 Memorial 73/222

No 2

HOSKING, Sampson blacksmith Queenstown 1898[-1900] Memorial 141/436

HOSKING, Sampson blacksmith Queenstown Alberton Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee 1900 Application 24042

HOSKING, Sampson blacksmith Pt Adelaide and Grace Hosking his wife 1901 Application 24191

HOSKING, Sydney Roy public accountant Adelaide (55 Grenfell St) 1946, declared that he had been appointed liquidator of the firm Clearview Ltd by SA Supreme Court order 17/1/1939 Application 28432

No 1

HOSKING, Thomas farmer Tam O'Shanter Belt 1852[-1859] Memorial 60/46

HOSKING, Thomas farmer Tam O'Shanter Belt. Hundred of Pt Adelaide land grant 1854 Grant Book 1 Page 221 County Adelaide

HOSKING, Thomas farmer Woodville Co Adelaide. Hundred of Kulpara land grant 1865 Grant Book 14 Page 321 County Daly

No 2

HOSKING, Thomas farmer Adelaide early 1854 Memorial 1/77 Farmer Tam O'Shanter Belt mid 1854 Memorial 2/77

HOSKING, Thomas miner Adelaide 1854[-1855] Allen Creek Co Light land purchase Memorial 161/65

HOSKING, Thomas miner Kapunda 1856 Memorial 493/97

No 3

HOSKING, Thomas corn merchant Clare 1872 Memorial 23/262

HOSKING, Thomas storekeeper Clare 1876 Memorial 20/289

HOSKING, Thomas storekeeper Terowie trustee unnamed Cemetery Hundred of Terowie Hundred of Terowie land grant 1878 Grant Book 40 Page 6 County Kimberley

HOSKING, Thomas farmer Terowie Terowie (Hundred of Terowie) township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 40 Page 95 County Kimberley

HOSKING, Thomas storekeeper Terowie Hundred of Terowie land grant 1902 Grant Book 40 Page 20 County Kimberley

No 4

HOSKING, Thomas draper Kadina trustee Institute Kadina 1874 Grant Book 14 Page 24 County Daly

HOSKING, Thomas draper Kadina 1881 Grant Book 14 Page 239 County Daly

No 5

HOSKING, Thomas of Kooringa, died 18/4/1880 intestate. Letters of administration to his wife, Mary Hosking, to settle his estate . Catherine Hosking spinster Kooringa likely to be a daughter Memorials 48 & 88/404

No 5

HOSKING, Thomas farmer Terowie 1881 Memorial 65/333

HOSKING, Thomas storekeeper Terowie Co Kimberley. Cockburn (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1886 Grant Book 65 Page 169 County Not named

No 1

HOSKING, W mining manager Waukaringa 1889 Memorial 241/395

No 2

HOSKING, W storekeeper Kingston S-E 1912 Memorial 124/466

No 1

HOSKING, William labourer Pt Adelaide. Husband of Jean Hosking of Rosewater 1880 Application 18260

No 2

HOSKING, William machinist Clare 1887 Memorial 157/388

HOSKING, William manufacturer Clare Hundred of Blyth land grant 1887 Grant Book 56 Page 364 County Stanley

No 3

HOSKING, William miner Moonta, had died by 1911. Surviving executors included – Thomas JAMES medical practitioner, William John Hosking farmer and Susan Hosking widow all of Moonta Grant Book 14 Page 285 County Daly

No 1

HOSKING, WIlliam John farmer Tiparra 1890 Memorial 120/406

HOSKING, William John [formerly farmer Tiparra but now] labourer Goodwood 1894 Memorial 85/422

HOSKING, William John labourer Goodwood Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1898 Grant Book 14 Page 424 County Daly

HOSKING, William John farmer Sherlock. Hundred of Sherlock land grant 1908 Grant Book 6 Page 33 County Buccleuch

HOSKING, WJ clerk to Messrs HACKETT & HUNT solicitors Adelaide 1911 Memorial 203/464

No 1

HOSKINS, Andrew labourer Prospect 1842 Memorial 218/33

HOSKINS, Andrew farmer North Road 1850[-1857] Memorial 77/23

HOSKINS, Andrew lime burner Prospect 1853 Memorial 61/54

No 1 - likely to be the same person

HOSKINS, Eli chaffcutter Nailsworth 1862 Application 3175

HOSKINS, Eli storeman North Adelaide 1871[-1877] Memorial 224/254

No 1

HOSKINS, Frederick farmer Appila Hundred of Appila land grant 1893 Grant Book 24 Page 512 County Frome

HOSKINS, Frederick farmer Appila 1902 Memorial 229/446

HOSKINS, George Joshua carter Nailsworth 1874 Memorial 211/275

No 1

HOSKINS, James farmer Hundred of Gregory 1894 Memorial 223/422

HOSKINS, James farmer Gregory Hundred of Gregory land grant 1896 Grant Book 23 Page 104 County Frome

HOSKINS, John labourer Hindmarsh 1854 Memorial 108/75

No 1

HOSKINS, Robert of Gilles St, Adelaide 1850 Memorial 471/25

HOSKINS, Robert formerly of Adelaide but now of Tarragal Co Normanby Vic 1856 Memorial 316/108

HOSKINS, Thomas farmer The Vallies near Nairne 1859 Memorial 114/153

HOSKINS, Thomas Leslie of Upper Sturt and Lydia Hannah Hoskins his wife. Born in Co Glos, England, TL Hoskins had lived in Cairns Qld, and then became a soldier. On 3/4/1943, aged 41, he married Lydia Hannah Johnson, aged 40, in St Thomas's Balhannah. Born in Balhannah, she was a daughter of Samuel Johnson orchardist Balhannah. She was a machinist [probably in Hahndorf] at the time of her marriage. Ella Lydia Johnson widow Balhannah and Samuel James Johnson orchardist Balhannah mentioned 1946 Application 28502

No 1

HOSKINS, William yeoman Adelaide 1838 Application 13830

HOSKINS, William farmer near Adelaide 1847 Memorial 333/9

HOSSACK, John carpenter Harriet St, Kapunda 1925 Application 27360

No 1

HOTCHEN, Robert butcher Kooringa 1859[-1861] Memorial 47/150

HOTCHEN, Robert butcher formerly of Kooringa but now of Gerringhap St, Geelong Vic 1868 Memorial 235/235

HOTCHKY, Charles clerk to Mr THORNTON solicitor Adelaide (King William St) 1854 Memorial 187/62

No 1

HOTHAM, John Minister of the Gospel Adelaide 1856 Memorial 200/93

HOTHAM, John Minister of the Gospel formerly of Adelaide but now of Pt Eliot 1862 Memorial 109/184

HOTHAM, RA clerk ES & A Bank Terowie 1885 Memorial 221/366

HOTSON, Harry of Robe 1894 Memorial 14/421

No 1

HOTSON, John storeman Robe 1858 Memorial 21/150

HOTSON, John storekeeper Robe 1880[-1889] Memorial 129/326

HOTSON, John storekeeper Robe 1881. He owned allotments in Lordstown GRO Plan 405 of 1856 Application 18794

HOTSON, John storekeeper Robe Co Robe. Custon (Hundred of Tatiara) township allotment land grant 1882 Grant Book 7 Page 75 County Buckingham

HOTSON, John storekeeper Robe trustee Institute Robe Robe (Hundred of Waterhouse) township allotment land grant 1887 Grant Book 50 Page 9 County Robe

HOTSON, John storekeeper Robe, died c1889 perhaps intestate. Letters of administration to his widow, Emma McFarlane Hotson Memorial 99/399

HOTSON, Emma MacFarlane widow lived at St Peters by 1904 Memorial 18/451

HOTTE, Johann Gottlob farmer Littlehampton 1856 Memorial 92/120

No 1

HOUGH, Annie widow and Elizabeth Jane Hough spinster both of Beacham Farm near Echunga 1893 Memorial 229/419

HOUGH, Elizabeth Jane spinster Beecham Farm near Echunga 1934, rented Sections 3887 3891, 3892, 3893 Three Brothers Special Survey from St Peter's College. This land originally formed part of JB HACK's estate. Benjamin Da COSTA bought the land at public auction on 6/12/1847 when Hack became a bankrupt. Da Costa in turn willed the estate to St Peter' College absolutely in remainder expectant after certain members of his family had occupied the land in life interest under his will. Da Costa died 26/11/1868 Application 28209

HOUGH, James labourer Stepney 1852[-1856] Memorial 448/44

HOUGH, Thomas storekeeper Blanchetown and Minna Hough his wife 1928 Memorial 150/499

No 1

HOUGH, William labourer Thebarton 1848 Memorial 356/12

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

HOUGH, William carpenter Thebarton 1850 Memorial 20/28

HOUGH, William carpenter Alberton 1850 Memorial 15/24

No 3

HOUGH, William farmer near Echunga 1872[-1886] Memorial 134/262

HOUGHTON, James schoolmaster Kapunda 1854 Memorial 31/65

HOULAHAN, Martin labourer Chain of Ponds. Hundred of Para Wirra land grant 1859 Grant Book 1 Page 190 County Adelaide

HOULAHAN, Patrick labourer Sevenhill 1867 Memorial 50/227

HOULGRAVE, Sarah Evelyn married woman George St, Payneham 1924 Application 27240

HOUNSELL, Job foreman Rosewater 1873 Application 12924

No 1

HOUNSLOW, Emanuel farmer Houghton 1865 Memorial 116/202

HOUNSLOW, Emanuel storekeeper Pt Adelaide 1873[-1875] Memorial 52/265

HOUNSLOW, Emanual seamen's missionary Pt Adelaide linked with William Reeds Hounslow carpenter Adelaide 1885 Memorial 104/365

HOUNSLOW, Emanuel seamen's missionary Pt Adelaide 1895[-1913] Application 22993

HOUNSLOW, Emanuel formerly farmer Houghton but now missionary Lockleys 1915 Memorial 106/473

HOUNSLOW, Emanuel out of business formerly of Elston St, Lockleys but then of The Semaphore, died 12/9/1918. Executors; William Richard Hounslow company secretary Lockleys and Edgar Christian BEHN soft goods salesman Alberton. Bequests to Albert Edward Hounslow of Perth WA, William Richard Hounslow of Lockleys, Frederick Emanuel Hounslow of Perth WA, Harriet RODICK of near Glasgow, Scotland; Sarah Hounslow of the Semaphore; and Florence Annie BEHN of Alberton Memorials 103 & 104/479

HOUNSLOW, James labourer Magill 1860 Application 1872

HOUNSLOW, Leslie WE law clerk Adelaide 1910[-1911] Memorial 28/463

No 1

HOUNSLOW, Richard labourer Unley Road 1854[-1861] Memorial 270/72

HOUNSLOW, Richard farmer formerly of Adelaide but now of Unley 1857 Memorial 9/130

HOUNSLOW, Richard gentleman formerly of Unley but now of Houghton 1862[-1863] Memorial 342/186

HOUNSLOW, Richard baker Houghton 1866 Memorial 249/222

No 1 - perhaps the same family

HOUNSLOW, Mr c/- Post Office Payneham 1883 Application 19840

HOUNSLOW, William potter Magill 1891 Magill Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee Application 22095

HOUNSLOW, Jane widow Magill 1907 Application 25334

HOUNSLOW, William Reeds carpenter formerly of Adelaide but now of Malvern 1908 Memorial 148/459

HOUNSOM, Deborah of Tam O'Shanter Belt 1852 Memorial 36/46

No 1

HOUNSOM, George farmer Tam O’Shanter Belt 1847. Enrolment19/34

HOUNSOM, George farmer Islington 1849 Memorial 198/19

HOUNSOM, George farmer Tam O’Shanter Belt 1852[-1857] Memorial 402/42 Husband of Mary Hounsom 1853 Memorial 17/54 Farmer Section 383 near Islington 1854 Memorial 262/64

HOUNSOM, George farmer North Road (Tam O'Shanter Belt), died 13/5/1857 of bronchitis, aged 65. His widow, Mary Ann Hounsom, of Torrens Road, died 26/9/1872, of debility, aged 77 Application 16760

HOUNSOM, Mary widow Tam O'Shanter Belt 1857 relict of the late George Hounsom formerly farmer Tam O'Shanter Belt now deceased Memorial 129/126

HOUPT, Rudolph farmer Hundred of Lindley 1889 Memorial 193/395

HOURIGAN, Michael Roman Catholic clergyman Goodwood 1919 Application 26750

HOUSE, George, Henry and James farmers Mt Torrens 1882 Application 18998

No 1

HOUSE, James carpenter Norwood 1851 Memorial 179/38

HOUSE, James carpenter formerly of Norwood but now residing in the colony of Victoria [probably near Castlemaine] 1857 Memorial 138/126

HOUSE, James George Torrens farmer Mt Torrens 1912 Memorial 96/466

HOUSE, John sawyer New Tiers 1864 Memorial 86/199

HOUSE, William butcher North Adelaide (Tynte St) and Sarah Jane House his wife 1875 Application 14524

No 1

HOUSTON, Alexander farmer Pt Lincoln 1906[-1907] Memorial 244/454

HOUSTON, Alexander farmer Pt Lincoln linked with Percival James Houston grazier Mena Grange, Coulta 1948 Memorial 81/522

No 1 –perhaps the same person

HOUSTON, David carpenter Truro 1867 Application 8777

HOUSTON, David farmer Lower Light Hundred of Dublin land grant 1886 Grant Book 26 Page 352 County Gawler

HOUSTON, George bootmaker Adelaide (Rundle St) 1909[-1922] Memorial 201/461, Application 27061

No 1

HOUSTON, Henry farmer Warrow 1885 Memorial 65/364

HOUSTON, Henry farmer Warrow Hundred of Warrow land grant 1891 Grant Book 21 Page 157 County Flinders

HOUSTON, Henry farmer formerly of Warrow but now of Pt Lincoln 1903 Memorial 159/452

HOUSTON, Henry gentleman Pt Lincoln 1904 Application 24747

HOUSTON, Henry farmer Pt Lincoln 1905, declared that he had lived in Pt Lincoln since 1860 Application 29089.

HOUSTON, Henry retired farmer Pt Lincoln 1913, declared that he had lived in Pt Lincoln since 1867 Application 26268

HOUSTON, John farmer Morphett Vale 1860 Memorial 146/169

HOUSTON, Thomas farmer Warrow 1888 Memorial 87/394

HOVER, James paperhanger Melbourne Vic and Hannah Hover his wife 1863. They owned land in Hindmarsh Memorial 301/188

No 1

HOW, Charles butcher Thebarton 1849 Memorial 241/15

HOW, Charles yeoman Thebarton 1858 Memorial 23/138

HOW, Henry government employee Goldfinch Ave, Cowandilla 1924 , declared that he had been born at Pt Willunga during 1875 and had lived there continuously until 1928 Application 27214

HOW, Henry William mason Aldinga 1874, heir at law of William How deceased Application 13324

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

HOW, William stonemason Pt Willunga 1859 Memorial 72/162

HOW, William the Elder licensed victualler and stonemason Pt Willunga, married c1850, Jane nee GRAY (Father; Thomas Gray). W How died 13/12/1864 intestate. His widow, Jane How, remarried to George SOUTH dealer Lacepede Bay. She moved to Werribee Vic where she had been widowed by 1897. Her son, William How the Younger stonemason, formerly of Pt Willunga, now lived at Aldinga at least since 1896 [Watch later for dispute re William How the Younger and Henry William How - the same person] Memorials 227 & 228/431 & Application 27558

HOW, William mason Aldinga, died 13/12/1864, of brain disease, aged 34 Application 25668

HOW, William, a stone mason, married Jane nee GREY (Father: Thomas Grey) in 1850 in England. Their eldest son, Henry William How, was born in 1852 in England. The How family emigrated to SA in 1855. After William How died, his widow Jane How 41 Pt Willunga, remarried to George SOUTH 48 widower dealer Lacepede Bay (Father: John South) on 8/7/1873 St Stephen's parsonage, Willunga. Henry William How (known as William How) mason Aldinga married Fanny BROOKS 21 spinster Aldinga (Father; Thomas Brooks) on 9/4/1873 St Stephen's Church, Willunga. HW How died 1/6/1904, of chronic gout and 14 years' cerebral haeorrhage, aged 52. His estate worth £50. He left his whole estate to his wife, Fanny How. Obit Advertiser 2/6/1904. One of his sons was William George How fisherman Aldinga 1927. In 1919, Fanny How sold her home to this son 'for the sum of £50 and to give him a receipt for same title deeds to remain in the name of Fanny How till her death. The said Fanny How to have the use of back bedroom and kitchen and reside with son board free till death and be able to come and go as she wishes. In the event of William George How leaving or quitting the house he will be bound by this agreement to pay her the sum of 10/- per week and leave the said bedroom, kitchen and dining room open to her' Application 27558

HOW, William the Younger married 9/4/1873 to Fanny BROOKS. William How the Younger died 1/6/1904. His widow, Fanny How, died 27/11/1921. Parents of William George How fisherman Aldinga Application 27558

HOW, Henry William mason Aldinga, died 1/6/1904. Husband of Fanny How Memorial 238/451

HOW, Fanny widow Aldinga, died c1923. Mother of William George How Memorial 120/487

No 1

HOWARD, Amos William the Younger formerly of Littlehampton but now store manager Willowie 1911 Memorial 194/464

HOWARD, Amos William hotelkeeper Robe S-E 1922 Memorial 169/484

HOWARD, Amos William storekeeper formerly of Robe S-E but now of Woodside 1933 Memorial 101/507

HOWARD, Amos William the Younger formerly storekeeper's assistant Littlehampton then store manager Willowie but now storekeeper Curramulka 1934 Memorial 150/507

HOWARD, Ann of Adelaide 1890 Memorial 250/401

No 1 - likely to be the same person

HOWARD, Arthur boundary rider Round Flat Murray River 1886 Memorial 110/374

HOWARD, Arthur farmer Hundred of Yaranyacka 1886 Memorial 111/374

HOWARD, AE secretary Castle Salt Co of Adelaide 1892 Memorial 121/412

HOWARD, Catherine widow Hundred of Morgan 1887 Memorial 19/384

No 1

HOWARD, Charles farmer Alma Hundred of Dalkey land grant 1885 Grant Book 26 Page 246 County Gawler

HOWARD, Charles farmer Dalkey Hundred of Dalkey land grant 1885 Grant Book 26 Page 246 County Gawler

No 1

HOWARD, Charles Roy and John Gilmore Howard both mercantile clerks Angas Rd, Lower Mitcham 1914 Memorial 182/472

HOWARD, Charles Roy gentleman Mitcham linked with Lucy Grierson Howard widow Mitcham 1920 Memorial 188/481

HOWARD, Charles Roy mercantile clerk Adelaide 1921 Memorial 49/482

No 1

HOWARD, Christopher Jacques labourer Kensington 1856 Memorial 493/94

HOWARD, Christopher Jacques labourer Marryatville 1871[-1883] Memorial 92/256

HOWARD, Christopher Jacques carter Marryatville 1883 Memorial 58/347

HOWARD, Christopher Jacques carter Marryatville, died c1884 Memorial 38/368

HOWARD, Christopher Jacques carter Marryatville, died 4/5/1884. He could not write. His whole estate, valued at £70, to be sold and part of the funds used to build his widow, Priscilla Howard, a cottage for her to live in for the rest of her life rent free. The rest of the funds to be invested in mortgages on freehold property and the trustees, Henry HUGHES butcher Kensington and David PACKHAM chaff merchant Kensington, to pay her such money 'as they shall think fit for her maintenance and support'. After she died, the cottage to be sold and the whole of the funds divided equally amongst the children: Elizabeth Ann CHAMBERLAIN wife of John Chamberlain, Benjam, Thomas, Hannah, Alfred and Sarah Ann Howard 1909 Application 25691

No 1 - perhaps mixture of the Elder and the Younger or perhaps the same person

HOWARD, David farmer Hindmarsh 1850 Memorial 497/23

HOWARD, David miller Hindmarsh 1856 Memorial 40/111

HOWARD, David farmer Hundred of Alma Hundred of Alma land grant 1859 Grant Book 26 Page 1 County Gawler

HOWARD, David formerly miller Hindmarsh 1856 but now farmer Rhynie 1867 Application 8828.

HOWARD, David farmer Woolshed Flat 1863 Memorial 112/524

HOWARD, David miller Rhynie Hundred of Gilbert 1867 Memorials 250/219 & 153/260

HOWARD, David farmer Woolshed Flat 1880 Application 18268

HOWARD, David miller The Woolsheds near Auburn 1886 Memorial 109/374

No 2

HOWARD, David gentleman North Adelaide. Trustee for the estate of the late Samuel CRETTENDEN formerly farmer Gawler Plains, then out of business North Adelaide, but now deceased 1895 Application 27176

No 1

HOWARD, Edward whitesmith Adelaide 1838. He bought a lot on the Port Road at Hindmarsh. Storekeeper Adelaide 1843 when he sold the land Application 6100

HOWARD, Edward storekeeper Adelaide (Hindley St) 1842[-1843] Memorial 438/1

No 1

HOWARD, Edward Daniel Lomas gentleman Adelaide 1850 Memorial 136/19

HOWARD, Edward Daniel Lomas gentleman formerly of Adelaide now of Sydney NSW 1852 Memorial 389/49

HOWARD, Emanuel farmer of near Stockport 1876, linked with John Howard farmer of the Light Application 14896

HOWARD, Ernest William vigneron Marion and Lucy Radcliffe Howard his wife 1914 Application 26307

No 1

HOWARD, Frederick labourer Edgeton near Adelaide 1846 Memorial 133/7

HOWARD, Frederick labourer formerly of Edgeton but now of Kensington 1848 Memorial 331/11

HOWARD, Frederick yeoman Kensington 1849 Memorial 299/16 Farmer Kensington 1851 Memorial 107/30

HOWARD, Frederick lived at Knightsbridge & Tusmore in the early 1850s Application 22617

HOWARD, Frederick yeoman North Kensington, died 21/8/1872. Husband of Rosina Ellen Howard. Estate worth £200 Memorial 118/491, Application 27265

HOWARD, Frederick yeoman Magill Road, died 21/8/1872. Husband of Rosina Ellen Howard. Parents of John Howard wheelwright Magill Road 1875. The Widow Howard remarried 2/9/1876 to John Oliver FENWICK Memorial 3/283 & Application 27265

HOWARD, Frederick of Kensington died before 1876 intestate. His eldest son, John Howard, born 18/5/1851 Kensington, to Frederick Howard labourer and his wife, Rosina Ellen STRATTON, inherited his estate as heir at law. Rosina Ellen Howard 50 widow Kensington (Father: John Stratton) remarried to John Oliver FENWICK 55 widower ropemaker Norwood (Father Thomas William Fenwick) on 2/9/1876 Mrs Howard's residence, Kensington. Minister CT NEWMAN Wesleyan Methodist. Witnesses: John Howard Kensington and E Howard Kensington Application 16068

HOWARD, Frederick yeoman Magill Road, died c1872. All his estate to his wife, Rosina Ellen Howard, in trust for life, or until her remarriage. Then in trust for his only child, John HOWARD, until he turned 21. Trustees: George JOHNSON butcher Norwood, and William BARRIT farmer Old Port, Queenstown, and the widow. Rosina Ellen Howard 50 daughter of the late John STRATTON remarried to John Oliver FENWICK 55 ropemaker Norwood (Father: Thomas William Fenwick) on 2/9/1876 Mrs Howard's residence, Kensington. Witnesses: John Howard coachbuilder and C Howard both of Kensington. Minister: CJ NEWMAN Wesleyan Minister Enrolment 99/50 Deposit 189/1879

HOWARD, Rosina Ellen 50 widow nee SHATTON (Father John Shatton), relict of Frederick Howard yeoman Magill Road. She married John Oliver Fenwick 55 widower ropemaker Norwood (Father: Thomas William Fenwick), on 2/9/1876 in her home at Magill Road, Kensington. John Howard coachbuilder and C Howard, both of Kensington, signed the register. Wesleyan Minister CT Newman married the couple Deposit 189/1879

No 1 - probably the same person

HOWARD, Frederick Charles gentleman Adelaide 1885 Memorial 211/371

HOWARD, Frederick Charles merchant Adelaide 1897 Memorial 68/433

No 1

HOWARD, Frederick Newton dairyman Yatala South 1919 Memorial 12/478

HOWARD, Frederick Newton dairyman Junction Road, Yatala South, died 24/5/1919. Brother to Benjamin Robert Howard horse dealer Gawler Ave, New Hindmarsh. Estate worth £1,353 Memorial 26/484

HOWARD, Frederick Newton dairyman Junction Rd, Yatala South, died 24/5/1919 intestate and without a parent. His brother, Benjamin Robert Howard horse dealer Gawler Ave, New Hindmarsh, applied for letters of administration 1919. Estate worth £1,353 Application 26804

No 1

HOWARD, George farmer Mt Gambier 1855 Memorial 4/92

HOWARD, George farmer formerly of Mt Gambier but now of MacDonnell Bay 1861 Application 2667

HOWARD, George Boswell licensed victualler Burra Hotel Kooringa 1892 Memorial 29/414

HOWARD, Henry John ironmonger Adelaide (North Tce) 1878 Memorial 39/311

No 1 – perhaps the same person

HOWARD, James farmer near Maitland trustee Wesleyan Methodist Church Maitland township allotment land grant 1873 Grant Book 19 Page 476 County Fergusson

HOWARD, James farmer Lochiel Hundred of Maitland land grant 1880 Grant Book 19 Page 104 County Fergusson

HOWARD, James farmer Maitland 1887 Memorial 85/382

HOWARD, Jesse and Gilbert farmers Stockport on the Gilbert 1929 Application 27751

No 1

HOWARD, John sawyer Adelaide 1839 publican 1847 Application 19398

HOWARD, John licensed victualler Adelaide 1847 Memorial 235/13

HOWARD, John licensed victualler Adelaide (Waymouth St) 1848 Memorial 265/12 Late of the Launceston Hotel, Waymouth St, now yeoman Waymouth St, Adelaide 1849. Memorial 498/16

HOWARD, John gentleman [formerly yeoman Adelaide but now of] Unley 1853 Memorial 354/54

HOWARD, John gardener Unley 1858 Application 156.

HOWARD, John formerly licensed victualler Adelaide 1847 but now agent Unley 1865 Application 5947

HOWARD, John gentleman Unley 1868 Application 9494

HOWARD, Maria widow Unley 1873 Application 12819.

HOWARD, Maria widow Unley 1877, relict of the late John Howard formerly farmer Unley 1857 but now deceased Application 15682

No 2

HOWARD, John baker Prospect 1841 At Salt Creek, Mt Pleasant by 1865 Application 7248

No 3

HOWARD, John timber merchant Adelaide 1842 Memorial 412/1

HOWARD, John Esquire Adelaide bought land on behalf of Matilda Howard spinster Adelaide in Survey B 1842. She was selling the land by 1852 Links with John Howard woollen manufacturer Leeds, Yorks, England, who had become a bankrupt Memorials 465 & 466/44

HOWARD, John Esquire and Matilda Howard his wife Adelaide 1851 Elizabeth Ann Howard witnessed the transaction Memorial 382/30

HOWARD, John Esquire Adelaide linked with Matilda Howard spinster Adelaide 1853 Memorial 470/48

HOWARD, John merchant Adelaide 1853[-1854] Memorial 78/53

HOWARD, John farmer The Gorge Yankalilla 1857 Memorial 199/114

No 4 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

HOWARD, John the Younger farmer Woodside 1854 Memorial 59/74

HOWARD, John the Elder farmer Woodside 1855 Linked with Charles Dallen Howard farmer South Rhine Memorial 126/93

and John Howard the Younger farmer South Rhine 1855 Memorial 127/93 Also William Howard farmer South Rhine 1855 Memorial 128/93 Also George Howard farmer South Rhine 1855 Memorial 130/93

No 5

HOWARD, John farmer The Light Hundred of Light land grant 1858 Grant Book 44 Page 169 County Light

HOWARD, John farmer The Gilbert Hundred of Light land grant 1861 Grant Book 44 Page 167 County Light

No 6

HOWARD, John butcher Adelaide 1864 Memorial 23/200

No 7

HOWARD, John farmer Lochiel Hundred of Cameron land grant 1875 Grant Book 14 Page 436 County Daly

No 8

HOWARD, John wheelwright Kensington linked with Rosina Helen Howard widow North Kensington 1876 Memorial 169/293

HOWARD, John wheelwright formerly of Magill Road but now of Norwood, only child of the late Frederick Howard of Magill Road 1877 Memorial 212/303

HOWARD, John wheelwright Kensington 1884 Memorial 135/359

No 9

HOWARD, John coach builder Magill Road 1880 Application 18178

No 10

HOWARD, John farmer Cavenagh Hundred of Cavenagh land grant 1881 Grant Book 34 Page 22 County Herbert

No 11

HOWARD, John linked with Eva Jane Howard both of the Hundred of Cavanagh 1886 Memorial 38/380

No 12

HOWARD, John sand merchant 69 Hampstead Road, Nailsworth 1947 Memorial 6/522

HOWARD, John formerly builder but then fitter's mate 69 Hampstead Road, Walkerville, died 1/9/1952 in a motor car between Walkerville and Adelaide Memorial 195/527

No 13

HOWARD, John farmer Yongala. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1895[-1902] Grant Book 13 Page 204 County Dalhousie

No 1

HOWARD, John Charles yeoman Pt Adelaide 1858 Memorial 177/142

HOWARD, John Charles yeoman formerly of Pt Adelaide but now of Mt Gambier 1869 Memorial 28/243

No 1

HOWARD, Joseph accountant Glenelg linked with Catherine Howard spinster Adelaide 1881[-1885] Memorial 135/330

HOWARD, Joseph accountant Adelaide 1882 Linked with Catherine Howard spinster Adelaide Application 18977

HOWARD, Joseph accountant Medindie and Catherine Howard spinster Medindie 1883 Application 19726

HOWARD, Joseph accountant Adelaide linked with Catherine Howard spinster Glenelg 1890 Memorial 69/406

No 2

HOWARD, Joseph merchant Adelaide 1887 Memorial 55/384

HOWARD, Lucy spinster Adelaide 1853 Memorial 205/61

No 1

HOWARD, Martin licensed victualler Adelaide (Angel Inn Gouger St) 1875 Memorial 215/283

HOWARD, Martin licensed victualler Adelaide (Rose Inn Sturt St) 1878[-1880] Memorial 110/310

HOWARD, Mary spinster Peterborough Hundred of Yongala land grant 1928 Grant Book 13 Page 240 County Dalhousie

No 1 - perhaps mixture of the Elder and the Younger

HOWARD, Michael labourer Kapunda 1866 Memorial 210/213

HOWARD, Michael farmer Waterloo 1882 Memorial 102/346

HOWARD, Michael farmer Dawson Hundred of Coglin Co Herbert 1885 Memorial 148/370

HOWARD, Michael farmer Hundred of Morgan Co Dalhousie 1886 Memorial 142/377

HOWARD, Michael the Younger farmer Hundred of Morgan Co Dalhousie 1887[-1890] Memorial 230/382

No 2

HOWARD, Michael labourer Windsor and Mary Howard his wife 1876[-1897]. Mrs Howard was a daughter of John HAYNES farmer Windsor Memorial 96/296

HOWARD, Michael labourer Windsor 1898[-1901]. His wife, Mary Howard, died 14/8/1898 intestate Memorial 20/463

HOWARD, Mary wife of Michael Howard labourer Windsor, died 14/8/1898 Adelaide intestate. Her estate worth £195 Application 28010

HOWARD, Michael Joseph retired hotel proprietor Adelaide (277 South Tce). His wife, Mary Benedicta Howard, died 17/4/1938, of coronary thrombosis, aged 66. Born at Whyte Yarcowie. Married aged 22. 2 daughters Memorial 82/512

No 1

HOWARD, Nicholas Mardon farmer South Rhine Hundred of South Rhine land grant 1861 Grant Book 58 Page 247 County Sturt

HOWARD, Nicholas Mardon farmer Mt Pleasant Hundred of Maitland land grant 1884 Grant Book 19 Page 107 County Fergusson

HOWARD, Nicholas Mardon of South Rhine father of Stephen Howard minister of the gospel East Adelaide 1896 Memorial 192/426

HOWARD, O farmer Maitland 1881 Memorial 153/330

HOWARD, Owen James storekeeper Parkes NSW, Stephen Wallis Howard storekeeper Parkes and Thomas Howard public school teacher Cowra NSW trading in co-partnership at Parkes as merchants under the form or style of RS Howard & Sons 1906 Memorial 250/455

HOWARD, Patrick railway employee Callington 1901 Memorial 178/443

HOWARD, Peter farmer Hundred of Maitland trustee unnamed cemetery Hundred of Maitland land grant 1875 Grant Book 19 Page 101 County Fergusson

HOWARD, Ralph Julius gentleman Adelaide 1839 Memorial 172/103 Gentleman Ashton-under-Lyne, Lancs, England 1841 Memorial 171/103 Gentleman Newry, Co Down, Ireland 1855 Memorial 168/103

No 1 - perhaps the same person

HOWARD, Robert farmer Stockyard Creek 1884 Memorial 178/363

HOWARD, Robert farmer Wallaroo 1887[-1889] Memorial 4/384

HOWARD, Robert Garner plumber Norwood 1872 Memorial 140/258

HOWARD, Rosina Ellen widow North Kensington 1872 Memorial 83/262

HOWARD, Tabitha Charlotte widow North Adelaide 1902 Memorial 93/445

HOWARD, Thelma Hertha widow 69 Hampstead Road, Walkerville 1953 Memorial 83/528

No 1

HOWARD, Thomas farmer Stockport on the Gilbert 1859[-1870] Memorial 304/152

HOWARD, Thomas Estate to be divided equally between his two sons, David Howard of Rhynie and William Howard of Stockport absolutely. The testator's daughter Mrs Ann PIERSON to get £15 and one acre of land from Section 123 Hundred of Alma. Will made 22/6/1870 Deposit 135/1870

No 2

HOWARD, Thomas labourer Newenham on the Torrens 1867[-1899] Memorial 121/224, Application 23842

HOWARD, Timothy Ambrose farmer Oodlawirra linked with Mary Howard widow Oodlawirra 1896 Memorial 61/428

No 1

HOWARD, Walter warehouseman Adelaide 1879[-1884] Memorial 100/320

HOWARD, Walter merchant Adelaide (Rundle St) 1885 Memorial 11/364, Application 20859

HOWARD, Walter warehouseman Adelaide 1887 Memorial 188/381

HOWARD, Walter merchant Adelaide, about to depart from the province for a time, power of attorney to Charles RISCHBIETH merchant Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 29/3/1887 Deposit 78/1887

HOWARD, WG labourer Pickering St, Brompton Park 1917 Application 26603

No 1

HOWARD, William labourer Adelaide 1839 Application 29392

No 1

HOWARD, William woollen merchant Adelaide 1841 Application 20942

HOWARD, William cloth merchant Adelaide (Rundle St) 1845 Memorials 121 & 426/5

HOWARD, William agent and woollen draper formerly of Adelaide but now of England 1847 Memorial 333/30

HOWARD, William agent and woollen draper formerly of Adelaide, but now in England, sale of land on Chapmans Plains near the Kapunda Copper Mine, to John Howard woollen manufacturer Leeds, Yorks, England £37 26/7/1847 Enrolment 68/8

No 2 - probably the same person

HOWARD, William farmer The Pinery 1845 Memorial 330/62

HOWARD, William farmer Hampstead 1849[-1854] Memorial 396/14

HOWARD, William farmer Pine Forest 1853 Memorial 383/49

No 3

HOWARD, William farmer Stockport 1858[-1877] Stockport District School trustee Memorial 58/152

HOWARD, William farmer Stockport 1863 Application 3815

HOWARD, William farmer Stockport 1864 Application 4991

HOWARD, William farmer Stockport 1884 Application 20180

No 4

HOWARD, William farmer Humphrey Springs Hundred of Dalkey land grant 1866 Grant Book 26 Page 229 County Gawler

HOWARD, William farmer Alma trustee unnamed Church Hundred of Dalkey land grant 1882 Grant Book 26 Page 240 County Gawler

HOWARD, William farmer Dalkey 1883[-1885] Memorial 168/348

HOWARD, William the Elder farmer Alma Hundred of Dalkey land grant 1885 Grant Book 26 Page 246 County Gawler

No 5

HOWARD, William farmer near Hog Bay Kangaroo Island 1890 Memorial 17/404

HOWARD, William farmer Hog Bay Kangaroo Island. Hundred of Dudley land grant 1912 Grant Book 11 Page 17 County Carnarvon

HOWARD, Janet married woman Hog Bay Kangaroo Island. Hundred of Dudley land grant 1912 Grant Book 11 Page 17 County Carnarvon

No 6

HOWARD, William farmer Petersburg 1890[-1897] Memorial 225/403

HOWARD, William farmer Petersburg. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1904 Grant Book 13 Page 208 County Dalhousie

No 1

HOWARD, William E bullock driver Hay Flat near Yankalilla 1854 Memorial 166/74

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

HOWARD, William E storekeeper Umberatana Far North of SA 1864 Memorial 257/195

HOWARD, William Henry yeoman Fullarton 1851 Memorial 38/34

HOWARTH, Charles miner Woodside 1882 Memorial 50/342

HOWCHIN, Edward carpenter Adelaide 1851 Memorial 300/38

HOWDEN, Eliza spinster Adelaide 1849 Memorial 322/17

HOWE, Alexander David out of business New Auburn, died 31/7/1905 Adelaide. Husband of Mary Elizabeth Howe Memorial 18/454

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

HOWE, Charles the Elder of the Onkaparinga late of New York State in the USA married Mary GILLAM of the Onkaparinga late of Montrose, Co Forfar, Scotland, on 22/12/1840 Holy Trinity North Tce, Adelaide. 3 daughters - Mary Ann, Emma and Ketura Howe and one son Joseph Gillam Howe (he was born 7/6/1848 Morphett Vale). Charles Howe died 13/5/1853 Noarlunga intestate. His only son, JG Howe, inherited his estate as heir at law 1870. JG How was a farm servant at Morphett Vale in 1870 Application 10928

HOWE, Charles formerly the Younger labourer Morphett Vale 1854 Memorial 55/64

HOWE, CJ of Ardrossan 1881 Memorial 219/331

HOWE, Ephraim Esquire Adelaide 1841[-1851] Memorial 133/109

HOWE, Ernest George railway employee Gawler 1927 Application 27622

HOWE, Harriet Keynes spinster East Adelaide 1892 Memorial 70/414

No 1

HOWE, Henry bootmaker Adelaide 1865 Memorial 55/202

No 2

HOWE, Henry labourer Penrice 1876 Application 15056

HOWE, George linked with Section 107 Hundred of Palmer Co Newcastle 1885 Memorial 167/371

No 1

HOWE, James gentleman Adelaide 1852[-1854] Memorial 202/43

HOWE, James carrier Adelaide 1853 Memorial 172/51

No 2

HOWE, James police trooper Angaston purchased a 5-year lease of the Old Bushman public house in Gawler at £208 a year from Thomas SHANAHAN licensed victualler Gawler 1866 Memorial 125/213

HOWE, James Henderson licensed victualler Gawler took out a 6-year lease of the Old Bushman Hotel at £169 a year from Thomas SHANAHAN farmer near Freeling 1872 Memorial 153/261

HOWE, James Henderson licensed victualler Pt Pirie. Hundred of Pirie land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 285 County Victoria

HOWE, James Henderson licensed victualler Pt Pirie and Phoebe Howe his wife 1877 Memorial 37/301

HOWE, James Henderson gentleman Adelaide 1888[-1892] Memorial 42/395

No 3

HOWE, James dairyfarmer Para Plains 1891 Memorial 241/409

No 1

HOWE, James Henry bootmaker Adelaide 1863 Memorial 125/192

HOWE, James Henry bootmaker Adelaide husband of Elizabeth Anne Howe formerly Elizabeth Anne KENT nee OTTOWAY widow of the late George William Kent, and daughter of the late Thomas Ottoway 1869 Memorial 37/237

HOWE, Jesse Absalom carpenter Adelaide (Hawdon St) 1876 Memorial 58/289

No 1

HOWE, John stone mason Mt Gambier 1865 Memorial 150/201

HOWE, John formerly stonemason 1855 but now farmer Mt Gambier 1871 Application 11399

No 2

HOWE, John farmer Para Plains 1886 Memorial 143/373

HOWE, John dairyman Para Plains 1888 Application 21337

No 1 - possibly the same person

HOWE, John Absolom gentleman Crowther St, Adelaide, who bought land in Alberton 1881 Memorial 185/330

HOWE, John Absolom restaurant keeper Adelaide (Rundle St) 1883[-1884] Memorial 177/347

HOWE, John Absolom confectioner Pt Adelaide 1894 Memorial 178/422

No 1

HOWE, James Henderson farmer Pt Pirie Pt Germein township allotment land grant 1879 Grant Book 24 Page 684 County Frome

HOWE, John Henderson [James Henderson?] Commissioner of Public Works Adelaide 1890 Memorial 37/401

HOWE, John Vincent confectioner Pt Adelaide 1899 Application 23894

HOWE, John Walter linked with Section 12 Hundred of Schomburgk Co Burra 1886 Memorial 229/373

No 1 - possibly the same person

HOWE, Matthew farmer Mt Pleasant near Adelaide 1854[-1858] Memorial 443/69

HOWE, Matthew farmer Willyara. Willyara Primitive Methodist Chapel trustee 1865 Memorial 214/206

HOWE, Rebecca widow Yarcowie [Mrs Matthew Howe nee Rebecca HART]. Hundred of Whyte land grant 1877 Grant Book 60 Page 52 County Victoria

HOWE, Theodore Griffin company manager Adelaide (Grenfell St) 1914[-1915] Memorial 161/471

HOWELL, Alfred Leonard hatter Walkerville 1929 Memorial 197/500

HOWELL, Charles Gilbert ganger Hynam Hundred of Jessie land grant 1897 Grant Book 50 Page 260 County Robe

HOWELL, Elizabeth married woman Cowell Cowell (Hundred of Playford) township allotment land grant 1896 Grant Book 39 Page 84 County Jervois FIND TEST FOR HUSBAND

No 1

HOWELL, Frederick Alfred surveyor Adelaide 1909 Application 25383

HOWELL, Frederick Alfred licensed surveyor Queenstown 1925 Application 27402

No 1

HOWELL, Frederick Augustus customs officer near Alberton 1871 Memorial 98/254

HOWELL, Frederick Augustus one of HM customs officers Pt Adelaide 1885 Memorial 150/369

No 1

HOWELL, Frederick William police sergeant Adelaide (Hindmarsh Square) 1850 Memorial 439/24

HOWELL, Frederick William Superintendent Dry Creek Stockade 1860 Memorial 94/162

No 1 - possibly the same person

HOWELL, George gentleman North Adelaide (Barton Tce) 1869 Memorial 162/245

HOWELL, George bookseller North Adelaide (Lower St) 1877 Memorial 38/304

HOWELL, George agent Adelaide Owen township allotment land grant 1881 Grant Book 27 Page 444 County Gawler

HOWELL, George printer Adelaide 1886 Application 20928

HOWELL, George gentleman Adelaide 1895 Application 22934

No 2 - likely to be the same person

HOWELL, George clerk Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of Mingbool land grant 1871 Grant Book 31 Page 120 County Grey

HOWELL, George agent Unley Park Co Adelaide. Farina (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 65 Page 70 County Not named

HOWELL, George agent Adelaide Co Adelaide. Bruce township allotment land grant (Hundred of Willochra) 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 794 County Frome

HOWELL, George agent Unley Park 1882 Memorial 152/337

HOWELL, George merchant Unley Park 1882 Memorial 38/342

HOWELL, George merchant Unley Park. Unley Institute trustee 1883 Memorial 167/352

HOWELL, George agent Adelaide 1910 Application 25845

HOWELL, George land agent Adelaide 1913 Memorial 183/468

HOWELL, Gilbert mason Kingston S-E 1865[-1871] Memorial 143/223

No 1 - likely to be the same person

HOWELL, Henry Haywood farmer Fourth Creek 1850 Memorial 90/25

HOWELL, Henry Haywood licensed victualler Payneham 1853[-1856] Memorial 430/50

HOWELL, Henry Haywood licensed victualler Duke of Wellington Hotel Payneham 1856 5-year lease from the Rev'd TQ STOW at £40 a year for two years and £20 a year for the remainder of the lease Memorial 324/111

HOWELL, Horace Hudson civil servant Adelaide Co Adelaide. Copley (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1892 Grant Book 65 Page 251 County Not named

No 1

HOWELL, James labourer Brompton 1851 Memorial 197/34

HOWELL, James formerly labourer 1851 but now brickmaker Brompton 1877. He could not write Application 16153

HOWELL, James labourer Brompton 1881 Application 18597

No 1 - the Elder

HOWELL, John bookseller Adelaide 1865 Memorial 290/201

HOWELL, John bookseller Adelaide (Rundle St) 1868 Memorial 148/236

HOWELL, John bookseller Kensington and Mary Ann Howell his wife 1871 Memorial 142/258

HOWELL, John bookseller Glenelg and Mary Ann Howell his wife. Parents of David and Laura Howell Glenelg 1877 Memorial 38/304

HOWELL, John bookseller and stationer Adelaide carrying on business under the style or firm of John Howell & Son, became a bankrupt in 1877 Memorial 242/302

No 2 - the Younger

HOWELL, John the Younger stockholder Pt Lincoln Hundred of Lincoln land grant 1867 Grant Book 21 Page 6 County Flinders

HOWELL, John the Younger formerly of Glenelg but now of places unknown - perhaps of Cooper Creek in the Far North 1877 Memorial 38/304

No 3

HOWELL, John gaoler Stirling North trustee unnamed school Hundred of Davenport land grant 1873 Grant Book 23 Page 43 County Frome

HOWELL, John Keeper of HM Gaol Adelaide Pt Germein township allotment land grant 1879 Grant Book 24 Page 684 County Frome

HOWELL, John gaol keeper Adelaide 1880 Application 18269

HOWELL, John Governor of HM Gaol Adelaide 1884 Application 20234

HOWELL, John Joseph licensed victualler Pt Lincoln Co Flinders. Kimba (Hundred of Coombe) township allotment land grant 1915 Grant Book 9a Page 2 County Buxton

HOWELL, Moseley brickmaker Brompton 1851 Memorial 197/34

HOWELL, Robert labourer Kingston, about to leave the district, power of attorney to Gilbert HOWELL labourer Kingston, to manage his land and personal effects in Kingston 17/8/1877 Deposit 49/1879

No 1

HOWELL, Thomas blacksmith near Pt Pirie 1876 Application 15525

HOWELL, Thomas blacksmith Cowell Cowell (Hundred of Playford) township allotment land grant 1884 Grant Book 39 Page 82 County Jervois

No 2

HOWELL, Thomas linked with Section 126 Hundred of Hawker Co Jervois 1885 Memorial 202/370

No 1

HOWELL, Willoughby of Adelaide manager of the Bank of New South Wales Adelaide branch 1882[-1883] Memorial 241/339

HOWELL, Willoughby bank manager formerly of Adelaide but now of Maitland NSW 1888 Memorial 134/395

HOWELLS, John farmer Mt Barker 1854[-1855] Hundred of Talunga land grant Memorial 192/74

HOWES, John farmer Dublin 1879[-1882] Memorial 75/319

No 1

HOWES, William broker Adelaide 1877 Memorial 67/304

HOWES, William broker Adelaide (Pirie St) 1881 Memorial 204/330

HOWGATE, Vipont colonial manager of the Bank of SA Lt 1885[-1886] Memorial 82/370

No 1

HOWIE, Charles agent Eudunda 1885 Memorial 245/368

No 2

HOWIE, Charles labourer Cottonville. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1906 Grant Book 2 Page 15 County Adelaide

HOWIE, GR clerk Kingston S-E 1926 Memorial 145/494

HOWIE, HD of Renmark 1920 Memorial 187/480

No 1

HOWIE, James Independent Church Minister McLaren Vale 1864 Memorial 141/249

HOWIE, James Congregational Minister The Manse, McLaren Vale and Margaret Howie his wife 1875 Memorial 184/281

No 2

HOWIE, James miller Watervale and Mary Jane Howie his wife Quorn (Hundred of Pichi Richi) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 49 Page 6 County Newcastle

HOWIE, Jane spinster Exeter 1897 Memorial 90/432

No 1

HOWIE, John Hastie and William stockholders and graziers Haddon Downs Station near Farina 1884 Memorial 140/356

HOWIE, John Hastie stockholder and grazier Haddon Downs, in partnership with his brother as W & JH Howie, for certain leasehold lands in SA and Qld (including Haddon Downs and St Albans), about to leave the province for a time, power of attorney to his brother William HOWIE, to manage his business affairs 20/2/1884 Deposit 54/1884

HOWIE, John Hastie sheepfarmer Haddon Downs and St Albans Qld, died 12/8/1888 St Albans Qld. William Henry LINDSAY grazier Arrabury Qld the executor Memorial 15/408

No 1

HOWIE, John Morrison of Myrtle Grove 1866 Memorial 213/216

HOWIE, J Morrison teacher Myrtle Grove 1867 Memorial 108/222

HOWIE, Robert Edward tailor and outfiller Adelaide (78 Hindley St) 1910 Memorial 199/462

HOWIE, William of Haddon Downs on the border of SA and Qld, died 25/8/1887 intestate. Husband of Patricia Howie Memorial 14/408

HOWISON, HA clerk Mt Barker 1893 Memorial 222/417

No 1

HOWITT, Charles grocer Magill linked with Edward Howitt grocer and baker Kensington 1873 Memorial 178/270

HOWITT, Charles storekeeper Magill 1878[-1901] Memorial 3/307, Application 18296

No 1

HOWITT, Edward miller Finnissbrook Mill 1853. The Hon BT Finniss owned the water mill built on pt Section 269 Survey B. Howitt had to pay £50 a year rent during a 5 year lease Memorial 258/56

HOWITT, Edward storekeeper Kensington 1854[-1872] Memorial 492/72 Clayton Congregational Chapel trustee 1855 Memorial 206/91

HOWITT, Edward baker and grocer Kensington 1871[-1881] Memorial 67/255, Application 16648

HOWITT, George clerk Magill 1911 Memorial 211/464

No 1

HOWITT, Henry clerk in holy orders Redruth near Kooringa 1880 Memorial 206/321

HOWITT, Henry clerk in holy orders formerly of Redruth near Kooringa but now of Mill Valley, Marin Co, California USA 1917 Memorial 136/475

HOWITT, Thomas farmer Mudla Wirra 1866 Application 7137

No 1 - likely to be the same person

HOWITT, W clerk Adelaide (Eagle Chambers) 1896 Memorial 43/427

HOWITT, W clerk Magill 1904 Memorial 100/451

HOWITT, W mercantile clerk Adelaide 1914 Memorial 69/471

No 1

HOWLAND, Charles land agent Adelaide 1860 Memorial 324/164

No 2

HOWLAND, Charles labourer Dawesley 1919 Memorial 37/479

HOWLAND, Charles labourer Dawesley, died 23/9/1933 intestate and a widower. Father of Mervyn Edward Howland butcher Mt Torrens. Estate worth £53 Memorial 73/507

HOWLAND, Charles labourer Dawesley, died 23/9/1933 intestate and a widower. Letters of administration to his son, Mervyn Edward Howland butcher Mt Torrens to finalise the estate. Estate worth £53. Other children of Charles Howland included Elsie May BOTT married woman Warooka, Thelma Gertrude Howland spinster Mt Torrens, and Florence Jean EDWARDS nee Howland married woman Warooka Application 27952

HOWLAND, Edward labourer Dawesley 1858 Memorial 40/148

HOWLAND, Frances wet nurse Bull Creek 1878 Application 27642

No 1

HOWLAND, George labourer Dawesley 1874 Application 13800

HOWLAND, George farmer Scott Creek near Nairne 1889 Memorial 176/398

HOWLAND, John labourer Adelaide. Hundred of Kuitpo land grant 1859 Grant Book 1 Page 302 County Adelaide

No 1

HOWLAND, Joseph labourer Dawesley 1897[-1941] Memorial 91/431

HOWLAND, Joseph out of business Kanmantoo 1956 Application 29199

No 1

HOWLAND, Solomon George farmer Scott Creek 1906 Application 25124

HOWLAND, Solomon George labourer Dawesley 1935 Application 27971

HOWLETT, Ermine Arthur farmer Hamilton 1928. Possibly a son of Priscilla GLUYAS and James Howlett Application 27730

No 1

HOWLETT, Henry wood carter East Moonta Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1881 Grant Book 14 Page 417 County Daly

HOWLETT, Henry farmer Tiparra trustee Wesleyan Methodist Chapel in the Hundred of Tiparra 1881 Grant Book 14 Page 418 County Daly

HOWLETT, Henry farmer Agery 1886 Memorial 189/377

HOWLETT, Henry, Lloyd Reuben and Thomas Herbert farmers Agery 1911 Grant Book 14 Page 284 County Daly

HOWLETT, Henry farmer Agery, died 20/3/1915. Executors – Thomas Herbert Howlett farmer Agery and Robert LEARMOND storekeeper Moonta Grant Book 15 Page 122 County Daly

No 1

HOWLETT, James farmer Belvidere 1864 Application 5130

HOWLETT, James farmer Marrabel 1870 Application 10942

No 1

HOWLETT, William licensed victualler The Tiers, Stringybark Forest 1842 Memorial 396/1

HOWLETT, William publican of an establishment in The Tiers formerly called the Norfolk Hotel but now called Forrester’s Arms Inn 1842 Memorial 378/37

HOWLEY, Cornelius farmer Clare Co Stanley. Hundred of Reynolds land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 31 County Victoria

HOWLEY, Edmond farmer Black Rock Plain. Hundred of Black Rock Plain land grant 1881 Grant Book 13 Page 109 County Dalhousie

HOWLEY, John farmer Mintaro Hundred of Walloway land grant 1882 Grant Book 13 Page 225 County Dalhousie

No 1

HOWLEY, Patrick farmer near Auburn linked with HAREN, Terence farmer near Auburn 1860 later farmers Hill River Hundred of Clare Applications 1894 & 1895

HOWLEY, Patrick farmer Hill River 1867 Memorial 89/223

HOWLEY, Patrick farmer near Mintaro 1886 Memorial 133/376, Application 20918

No 1

HOWLEY, Timothy of SA 1856 Memorial 25/106

HOWLEY, Timothy (sometimes called Thaddeus Howley) farmer Marrabel on the Dirty Light 1869 Application 10014

HOWLEY, Timothy farmer Marrabel on the Dirty Light Co Light. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1882 Grant Book 13 Page 200 County Dalhousie

HOWLEY, Timothy farmer Yongala 1886 Memorial 136/378

HOWNSON, George farmer Lower North Road 1856 Memorial 279/100

HOXWELL, Joseph 72 widower farmer Allendale (Father; Joseph Hoxwell) married Mary Ann WOLCOCK 62 widow Allendale (Father: Samuel COOK) on 7/11/1887 W RICHARDS' house, Kapunda. Minister: William Richards. Witnesses: Sarah Ann Richards and Mary Ellen Richards of Kapunda 1910 Application 25734

HOY, William farmer Hundred of Tiparra 1894 Memorial 85/422

HOYLE, George farmer near Kangarilla Hundred of Dalrymple land grant 1884 Grant Book 19 Page 147 County Fergusson

HOYLE, George Edward farmer Yorketown 1890 Memorial 117/405

HOYLES, William carpenter Adelaide 1846 Memorial 13/6

HOZLOWSKI, Carl bootmaker Sevenhill 1878 Memorial 188/306

No 1

HUBART, Edward sawyer Norwood 1851 Memorial 238/38

HUBART, Edward formerly sawyer Norwood 1851 but now miner Tarrangower Vic 1861 Application 2056

No 1

HUBBARD, Thomas farmer Woodchester near Mt Barker 1866[-1878] Memorial 222/209

HUBBARD, Thomas and Henry GRINTER of Woodchester carrying on business as farmers under the style or firm of Hubbard & Grinter 1868 Memorial 138/229

HUBBARD, Elizabeth widow Parkside 1898. She could not write Application 23675

HUBBARD, Joseph Henry bootmaker Adelaide 1881 Application 18730

HUBBARD, Thomas farmer Woodchester 1878 Application 16838

HUBBART, Amy R spinster Penneshaw Kangaroo Island 1883 Memorial 249/354

No 1

HUBBLE, Albert Edward hairdresser Adelaide (77a Runde St) 1887 Memorial 64/388

HUBBLE, Albert Edward tobacconist Adelaide (77a Runde St) 1889 Memorial 193/400

No 1

HUBBLE, Alfred whitesmith Thomas St, Unley 1853[-1854] Memorial 65/48

No 2

HUBBLE, Alfred licensed victualler Adelaide 1880 Memorial 209/334

HUBBLE, Alfred licensed victualler Adelaide (King William St), died 16/3/1892. Husband of Harriett Sophia Hubble Memorial 55/414

HUBBLE, Alfred licensed victualler formerly of King William St, Adelaide late of South Tce, Adelaide, died 16/3/1892. His estate, worth £1,200, to his widow, Harriett Sophia Hubble, who also had the guardianship of their children Application 26059

HUBBLE, Ernest G JP branch manager Wallaraoo 1922 Memorial 14/486

No 1

HUBBLE, George licensed victualler Smithfield 1868 Memorial 181/234

HUBBLE, George licensed victualler formerly of Smithfield but now of Adelaide 1871 Memorial 16/255

HUBBLE, George licensed victualler Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of Napperby land grant 1877 Grant Book 60 Page 386 County Victoria

No 1

HUBBLE, George Charleton agent Pt Wakefield Price township allotment land grant 1882 Grant Book 20 Page 24 County Fergusson

HUBBLE, George C accountant Pt Wakefield 1883 Memorial 243/348

HUBBLE, George Charleton agent Pt Wakefield 1883[-1888] Memorial 211/350

HUBBLE, George Charleton shipping agent Pt Wakefield 1884[-1887] Memorial 133/359

HUBBLE, George Charleton miller Pt Wakefield 1885[-1903] Memorial 145/365

HUBBLE, George Charleton of Pt Wakefield 1897 Memorial 235/429

HUBBLE, George Charleton commission agent Pt Wakefield Co Gawler. Hundred of Cassini land grant 1910 Grant Book 11 Page100 County Carnarvon

HUBBLE, James the Elder coachmaker formerly of Greenwich, Kent, England, but then of Adelaide, died c 1870. He left his entire estate, including his interest in the coachmaking business carried on as Hubble Brothers in King William St, Adelaide, to his wife, Catherine Eliza Hubble. Whatever remained after her death to be divided equally amongst the testator's lawful children - James Hubble the Younger Adelaide, William Hubble of England, Alfred Hubble of Adelaide and Susannah GLEAVES of England. He bequeathed his two chests of tools equally to his 3 sons Memorial 130/249

No 1

HUBBLE, William coach maker Unley 1849 Memorial 192/16 Coachpainter Unley 1854 Memorial 144/69

HUBBLE, William coachbuilder Adelaide 1859[-1873] Memorial 83/149

HUBBLE, William coach painter formerly of Unley 1854 now of Adelaide 1866 Application 7400

HUBBLE, William coachbuilder Parkside, about to leave the province and visit Europe, power of attorney to Alfred HUBBLE coach builder Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 21/12/1866 Deposit 145/1868

No 2

HUBBLE, William formerly licensed victualler Adelaide (Criterion Hotel King William St) but then out of business Adelaide took out a lease on the Britannia Hotel Pt Adelaide 1873 Memorial 46/268

HUBBLE, William licensed victualler Pt Adelaide 1875 Application 14510

HUBBLE, William licensed victualler Britannia Hotel Pt Adelaide surrendered his lease 1876 Memorial 68/290

HUBBLE, William Alfred grocer Adelaide 1883[-1885] Memorial 157/350

No 1

HUBERT, John Henry carpenter Adelaide 1852 Memorial 243/40

HUBERT, John Henry [formerly carpenter but now] oyster dealer Adelaide 1858 Memorial 270/133

HUBERT, John Henry licensed victualler Adelaide 1861 Memorial 35/172

HUBERT, John Henry farmer Dublin Hundred of Dublin land grant 1877 Grant Book 26 Page 337 County Gawler

HUCKEL, Carl farmer Pinnaroo. Hundred of Pinnaroo land grant 1911[-1912] Grant Book 12 Page 47 County Chandos

HUCKEL, Carl Gottlieb Friedrich farmer Pinnaroo. Hundred of Pinnaroo land grant 1915[-1926] Grant Book 12 Page 50 County Chandos

HUCKLE, Walter Edward labourer Kingston S-E 1933 Memorial 108/506

HUCKS, George of Eudunda 1886 Memorial 192/375

HUCKS, John King linked with Section 257 Hundred of Eba Co Eyre 1887 Memorial 203/383

No 1

HUCKSON, Robert carpenter Adelaide 1853 Memorial 330/58

HUCKSON, Robert formerly cabinetmaker Adelaide but now builder Collingwood Vic 1854 Memorial 489/70

HUCKSON, Robert contractor Adelaide 1879 Memorial 71/317

HUCKSON, Robert contractor Adelaide, became a bankrupt in 1883 Memorial 82/351

HUCKVALE, Howard licensed victualler Adelaide (Tattersall's Hotel Hindley St) 1898 Memorial 176/437

No 1

HUDD, Henry farmer Black Forest 1853 Memorial 396/51

HUDD, Henry farmer South Road 1859 Application 415

HUDD, Henry farmer Section 92 near Edwardstown 1860 He leased Section 49 Survey B 'together with the two cottages and the stockyards standing and being on the same Section of land' Memorial 146/168

HUDD, Henry farmer Edwardstown 1883 Application 19666

HUDD, Henry of Hammersmith in England emigrated to SA in 1854. He called his estate, extending from present-day Castle St to Cross Roads, near Adelaide, Hammersmith, after his English birthplace. He sold the Hammersmith Estate for £100 an acre in 1881, used principally until then for wheatgrowing, to a Syndicate, which included a Mr KITHER. (William and Sarah POOLE and their daughter Beryl were early residents on the Syndicate land. Their home went to Robert and Benjamin DEED c1905) Early in his own development of the Estate as a family business, Henry Hudd set aside a mud hut and some garden land in the vicinity of present-day Linfield Ave for a Mrs OVENS from England to live in, whether rent free or not is not known. James Hudd, Henry Hudd's son, later rented this land (included in a larger tract of land he rented on the eastern corner of South Rd and Cross Rd) from Mr Kither on which to grow wheat in the 1880s. James Hudd's son, John Mossman Hudd, born on 29/11/1871 at Edwardstown, from a small boy helped his father farm the land. JM Hudd and his family left for Strathalbyn in 1907, although he frequently returned to the district to inspect his real estate, the Gem Chaff Mill on the corner of Castle St and South Rd, which burnt down c1919 and JM Hudd sold the property to a Mr LOWE Application 28509

HUDD, Sir Herbert Sydney Knight 29 Pier St, Glenelg 1947 Memorial 53/521

No 1

HUDD, James labourer Enfield 1885 Memorial 206/371

HUDD, James labourer Enfield 1885 Application 20784

No 1

HUDDLESTON, Ainsworth Auchinlech gentleman Adelaide 1856 Memorial 295/103

HUDDLESTON, Ainsworth Auchinlech grocer North Adelaide 1863[-1880] Memorial 37/191, Application 18111

HUDDLESTON, Andrew William Ernest wheelwright Hamilton on the Light 1906 Memorial 100/456, Application 25164

No 1

HUDDLESTON, David wheelwright Enfield 1858[-1864] Memorial 165/141, Application 5227

HUDDLESTON, David gentleman Enfield 1889[-1907] Memorial 212/397

HUDDLESTON, David wheelwright Enfield 1899 Memorial 85/437

No 1 - probably the same person

HUDDLESTON, William linked with Section 32 Hundred of Eurelia Co Dalhousie 1880 Memorial 125/321

HUDDLESTON, William farm labourer Fourth Creek 1883 Memorial 39/353

HUDSON, Arthur Henry veterinary surgeon Adelaide (King William St) 1858 Memorial 70/132

HUDSON, Charles labourer Penola 1904 Application 24762

HUDSON, Edward shoemaker Thebarton 1850 Memorial 456/21

HUDSON, Florence spinster Gracechurch St, Portland Estate 1909 Application 25651

HUDSON, Henry of Maitland 1896 Memorial 190/429
No 1

HUDSON, Henry Charles schoolteacher Robertstown linked with Henry Edward James Hudson storekeeper Robe S-E 1924 Memorial 6/491

HUDSON, Henry Charles schoolteacher Echunga 1943[-1947] Memorial 147/517

No 1

HUDSON, Henry Edward James labourer Robe 1900 Memorial 178/441

HUDSON, Henry EJ of Robe 1904 Application 24762

HUDSON, HEJ storekeeper Robe S-E 1913 Memorial 140/469

HUDSON, HEJ draper Robe S-E 1917 Memorial 118/475

HUDSON, Henry Edward James retired shopkeeper Robe S-E, died 10/12/1940 Echunga intestate Memorial 110/517

HUDSON, Hugh manufacturer 37 George St, Hawthorn, died 19/5/1943. Father of Max Gordon Hudson, Elizabeth Hudson and Margaret Hudson Memorial 104/518

HUDSON, Isabella widow Pt Adelaide 1851 Memorial 266/33

No 1

HUDSON, James of Adelaide 1850[-1858] Memorial 334/21

HUDSON, James innkeeper Adelaide 1855[-1856] Memorial 490/82

No 2

HUDSON, James shoemaker Pt Elliot 1852[-1861] Memorial 430/44, Application 2287

No 3

HUDSON, James farmer Mt Templeton 1892 Memorial 100/412

No 1

HUDSON, John farmer Gumeracha 1850[-1854] Memorial 116/24

No 2

HUDSON, John gentleman Adelaide 1850 Memorial 128/26

HUDSON, John gentleman Adelaide died c1852. He left his entire estate to his wife, Isabella Hudson Memorial 400/39

No 1

HUDSON, John Miles of Adelaide 1850 Memorial 259/79

HUDSON, John Miles builder Adelaide 1851[-1854] Memorial 133/30

HUDSON, John Miles carpenter Adelaide 1854 Memorial 85/79

No 1

HUDSON, Joseph labourer Gawler 1852 Memorial 71/54

HUDSON, Joseph plaisterer Gawler 1853 Memorial 214/59

No 2

HUDSON, Joseph farmer Cox Creek 1853 Memorial 158/57

HUDSON, Joseph farmer New Tiers 1856 Memorial 302/112

HUDSON, Joseph gardener Crafers 1877 Application 16473

No 3

HUDSON, Joseph labourer Littlehampton 1857[-1859] Memorial 106/122

HUDSON, Samuel and Margaret Hudson his wife both licensed victuallers Saracen Head Adelaide 1921 Memorial 35/484

HUDSON, Stephen farmer Milang Co Hindmarsh. Hundred of Booyoolie land grant 1878 Grant Book 60 Page 155 County Victoria

No 1

HUDSON, Sydney farmer Queenscliffe Kangaroo Island. Hundred of Menzies land grant 1898 Grant Book 11 Page 61 County Carnarvon

HUDSON, Sydney storekeeper Kingscote KI 1922 Memorial 186/486

HUDSON, Thomas Laughton farmer Mt Templeton Hundred of Everard land grant 1882 Grant Book 56 Page 394 County Stanley

No 1

HUDSON, William storekeeper Kooringa Hundred of Hanson land grant 1870 Grant Book 56 Page 261 County Stanley

HUDSON, William storekeeper Kooringa 1873 Memorial 217/266

HUDSON, William storekeeper Farrell Flat 1876[-1880] Memorial 190/291

HUDSON, William storekeeper Farrell Flat Hundred of Mannanarie land grant 1880[-1881] Grant Book 13 Page 81 County Dalhousie

No 1

HUDSON, William Lane storekeeper Quorn Co Newcastle. Johnburgh (Hundred of Oladdie) township allotment land grant s1879 Grant Book 13 Page 337 County Dalhousie

HUDSON, William Lane storekeeper Quorn. Stephenson (Hundred of Palmer) township allotment land grant 1879 Grant Book 49 Page 95 County Newcastle

HUEBBE/HUBBE/HÜBBE, GJ government arbitrator Knightsbridge 1889 Memorial 162/400

No 1

HUEBBE/HUBBE/HÜBBE, Ulrich of Grenfell St, Adelaide clerk to John Warner NICHOLLS barrister Adelaide (Gawler Place) 1846 Memorial 202/254 Doctor of Laws; Reedbeds 1849 Memorial 278/15

HUEBBE/HUBBE/HÜBBE, Ulrich LLB German Interpreter Adelaide (Freeman St) 1857[-1859] Memorials 265/128 & 267/157

HUEBNER/HUBNER/HÜBNER, Dienegott farmer near Sheaoak Log 1854[-1856] Memorial 297/69

HUEBNER/HUBNER/HÜBNER, Gottlieb carpenter Lobethal 1869[-1880] Memorial 227/241, Application 18022

No 1

HUEBNER/HUBNER/HÜBNER, Johann Gottfried farmer Greenock Creek 1853 Memorial 424/57

HUEBNER/HUBNER/HÜBNER, Gottfried farmer near Kapunda 1865 Application 6201

HUEBNER/HUBNER/HÜBNER, Johann August farmer Gumbowie Hundred of Gumbowie land grant 1884 Grant Book 40 Page 45 County Kimberley

HUEBNER/HUBNER/HÜBNER, Richard Emil farmer Parnaroo 1896 Memorial 41/428

No 1

HUECKEL/HUCKEL/HÜCKEL, Carl Gottlieb farmer Section 117 Hundred of Nuriootpa 1851 Memorial 179/35

HUECKEL/HUCKEL/HÜCKEL, Carl Gottlieb farmer Hundred of Nuriootpa 1858 Memorial 169/136

HUECKEL/HUCKEL/HÜCKEL, Carl farmer Hundred of Nuriootpa 1853 Memorial 396/58

No 1 CHECK RUN

HUECKEL/HUCKEL/HÜCKEL, Johann August farmer Hundred of Nuriootpa 1864 Application 5203

HUECKEL/HUCKEL/HÜCKEL, August farmer near Hoyleton Hundred of Hall land grant 1881[-1885] Grant Book 56 Page 214 County Stanley

HUEPPAUFF/HUPPAUFF/HÜPPAUFF, Ernst carpenter Bethanien 1854 Memorial 456/63

HUESTON, James farmer Longbottom 1853 Memorial 4/67

HUETTMANN/HUTTMANN/HÜTTMANN, Paul blacksmith and farmer Bugle Ranges 1859 Memorial 16/152

No 1

HUFFA, John wheelwright Lower Mitcham 1872 Application 12090

HUFFA, John wheelwright 90 Coventry St West, South Melbourne Vic, son of William Huffa publican Brownhill Creek, who died 16/6/1875. John Huffa paid a Mrs HERMANN 7/- a week to live in his father's previous home and keep the premises secure and tidy 1896 Application 23247

HUFFA, John wheelwright 48 Dorcas St West, Melbourne Vic 1891 Memorial 2142/409

HUFFA, John wheelwright 90 Coventry St, South Melbourne Vic 1897. Linked with the estate of the late William Huffa of Lower Mitcham Memorial 237/429

HUFFA, John wheelwright 90 Coventry St West, South Melbourne Vic 1909, son of the late William Huffa licensed victualler and blacksmith Lower Mitcham, who died 16/6/1875. His estate worth £200. Ann Huffa, the widow, was landlady at the Hawkston Arms. WK SIMMS MP appointed guardian of any children under 21 as well as an executor of the will Application 25634

No 1

HUFFA, William blacksmith Brownhill Creek 1851 Memorial 280/37

HUFFA, William blacksmith Blythewood near Mitcham 1853[-1857] Memorial 49/49

HUFFA, William licensed victualler Brownhill Creek 1854[-1857] Memorial 142/71

HUFFA, William innkeeper Mitcham 1856 Memorial 111/97

HUFFA, William licensed victualler Lower Mitcham 1860 Memorial 38/163

HUFFA, William licensed victualler Mitcham 1868 Memorial 151/230

HUFFA, William blacksmith and licensed victualler Hawkston Arms Lower Mitcham, died c1875. Husband of Ann Huffa. Children mentioned but not named. Friend of John SIMMONS storekeeper Kangarilla and William Knox SIMMS MP Adelaide. Ann Huffa widow Lower Mitcham, died 23/10/1896 of morbus cordis and cerebral embolism, aged 66 Memorials 84 & 144/429

HUFFA, Ann widow Lower Mitcham relict of the late William Huffa formerly blacksmith Lower Mitcham now deceased. He left his wife a life interest in the Hawkstone Arms Hotel 1879 Memorial 24/317

No 1

HUFFER, John the Younger born c1822 Bourn, Lincs, England. His father John Huffer the Elder was a cordwainer. John Huffer the Younger emigrated to SA. He bought a house in Hill St, Kensington, in 1865. He lived there until his death on 2/2/1912. His description was now out of business formerly labourer. His daughter, Caroline ORMSBY widow Kensington gave this infomation 1925 Application 27303

HUFFER, John of Kensington 1865 Memorial 115/205

HUFFER, John out of business William St, Kensington, died 2/2/1912. Father of Caroline ORMSBY wife of Frank Ormsby of William St, Kensington. Executor; Daniel Robert GOLDSMITH tailor The Parade, Norwood Memorial 15/493

HUGALL, Annie Maria spinster Strathalbyn 1901 Memorial 29/443

No 1

HUGALL, John William baker Adelaide 1848[-1857] Memorial 64/12

HUGALL, John William baker Adelaide. Hundred of Pt Adelaide land grant 1855 Grant Book 1 Page 230 County Adelaide

HUGALL, John William baker Adelaide (Sturt St) 1861 Memorial 232/182

HUGELMANN, Friedrich Hermann farmer Coromandel Valley 1855 Memorial 193/92

HUGGETT, Edwin and James of Victoria [unclear whether the colony or the township near Kapunda] linked with land in Walkerville 1875 Memorial 88/290

No 1

HUGGETT, William labourer Walkerville 1848 Memorial 186/12

HUGGETT, William labourer Walkerville, died c1856. His widow, Catherine Huggett, inherited his personal estate and a life interest in his real estate. The real estate to go in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant to his children mentioned in his will Memorial 188/119

HUGGINS, George butcher Salt Creek Plain Co Light 1854 Memorial 432/74

No 1

HUGGINS, James solicitor Clare 1857 Memorial 330/125

No 2 - likely to continue from No 1

HUGGINS, James solicitor Kapunda 1857 Memorial 214/121

HUGGINS, James solicitor Kapunda 1860 Memorial 343/165

HUGGINS, James solicitor Kapunda 1861 Memorial 176/175

HUGGINS, James solicitor Kapunda linked with Henrietta Huggins spinster Kapunda 1866 Memorial 154/220

HUGGINS, James and BENHAM, William Hoare solicitors Kapunda, became bankrupts in 1871 Memorial 2/254

HUGGINS, James formerly of Kapunda, became a bankrupt in 1873 Memorial 80/266

HUGGINS, James solicitor Kapunda 1875 Application 14224

No 1

HUGGINS, James Stuart gentleman Kapunda 1871 Memorial 244/252

HUGGINS, James Stuart farmer Gumbowie 1882[-1883] Memorial 128/337

HUGGINS, James Stuart farmer Petersburg 1887 Memorial 97/384

HUGGINS, James Stuart formerly of Gumbowie but now horticulturalist Renmark 1906 Application 25138

HUGGINS, James Stuart formerly farmer Gumbowie but now horticulturalist Renmark 1907 Memorial 231/457

No 1 - likely to be the same person

HUGGINS, William Henry labourer Adelaide 1847 Memorial 93/9 Yeoman Adelaide 1850 Memorial 437/22 farmer South Richmond 1850[-1853] Memorial 206/26

HUGGINS, William Henry farmer Para Plains 1854[-1859] Memorial 102/69

HUGHES, Arthur Nicholas pastoralist Kinchiga Station near Menindie NSW 1911 Memorial 45/474

No 1

HUGHES, Arthur Sidney clerk to Messrs G & J DOWNER solicitors Adelaide 1912 Memorial 72/467

HUGHES, AS Company clerk Adelaide 1920 Memorial 165/481

HUGHES, AS company officer Adelaide 1923 Application 29678

HUGHES, AS company officer Adelaide 1924 Memorial 52/490

HUGHES, Bristow Herbert and Herbert Bristow sheep farmers Bayley on the Rocky River 1856 Memorial 156/104 Stockholders Crystal Brook Rocky River 1856 Memorial 157/104

HUGHES, Cadwallader gentleman Wallaroo, died 5/4/1894 . Estate worth £465 Memorial 196/422

No 1

HUGHES, Catherine widow Mt Barker 1854 Memorial 302/77

HUGHES, Catherine widow formerly of Mt Barker but then of Macclesfield, died 4/10/1866, of old age, aged 73. Mother of Mary RYAN wife of Peter Ryan yeoman Mt Barker. By 1877, Mrs Ryan was a widow living in Adelaide Application 16124

HUGHES, Charles William gentleman Adelaide, about to leave the province for a time, power of attorney to his father, Edmund Chauntrell HUGHES gentleman North Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 1/1/1882.

Deposit 19/1882

No 1

HUGHES, Christopher gentleman Mt Barker 1855 Memorial 74/82

HUGHES, Christopher yeoman Mt Barker 1857 Memorial 29/118

HUGHES, D bank officer Pt Lincoln 1930 Memorial 67/503

HUGHES, Daniel smelter Solomontown near Pt Pirie 1899[-1909] Memorial 226/437

No 1

HUGHES, David storekeeper Hindmarsh 1853 Hundred of Alexandrina land grant Memorial 400/57

HUGHES, David formerly storekeeper Hindmarsh but now gold digger Castlemaine Diggings Vic 1855 Memorial 359/87

No 2

HUGHES, David saddler North Adelaide 1853 Memorial 219/58

HUGHES, David saddler [formerly of North Adelaide but now] Gundagai NSW 1864 Memorial 133/256

HUGHES, David formerly publican North Gundagai NSW but now out of business Kingston Tce, North Adelaide 1871 Memorial 134/256

No 3

HUGHES, David farmer Penwortham 1855 Memorial 78/209

HUGHES, David farmer Penwortham 1867 Memorial 245/218

HUGHES, David farmer Penwortham 1872 Application 11925

HUGHES, Edgar Bristow pastoralist Glenelg and Ita Marian Augusta Hughes his wife 1916 Memorial 22/475

No 1

HUGHES, Edmund Chauntrell stockholder Wellington and HUGHES, Henry Kent Esquire Adelaide 1860. They purchased Sections in the Wellington Special Survey Application 1671

HUGHES, Edmund Chauntrell stockholder Wellington on the Murray 1868 Application 12616.

HUGHES, Edmund Chauntrell sheepfarmer Wellington on the Murray Hundred of Brinkley land grant 1881 Grant Book 58 Page 351 County Sturt

HUGHES, Edmund Chauntrell stockholder and sheep farmer Wellington on the Murray 1881 Memorial 187/329

HUGHES, Edmund Chauntrell stockholder Wellington Run near Wellington on the Murray 1881, declared that he had occupied portions of the Hundred of Brinkley to run stock since c1859 Application 24463

HUGHES, Edmund SM of Largs Bay 1896 Memorial 222/428

HUGHES, Edward Ernest hotelkeeper Ford's Hotel Clare 1911 Memorial 176/464

No 1

HUGHES, Edward Francis compositor Adelaide 1854 Memorial 274/65

HUGHES, Edward Francis gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now of Portland Vic 1869 Memorial 88/243

HUGHES, Edward Francis formerly compositor Adelaide but now gentleman Portland Vic 1877 Memorial 187/303

HUGHES, Edward Francis journalist Portland Vic, died 21/8/1879. Estate worth £792. His widow, Ann Hughes, died 19/3/1900. Father of Ann Shaw Hughes, Mary Hughes, Arthur Hugh Hughes, Alric Osney Hughes and Edward Francis Hughes journalist Mortlake Vic 1880. EF Hughes lived in Casterton by 1901 and Mary Hughes had become Mrs WALKER of Portland by that date Memorials 83, 151, 170/442

HUGHES, Edward James mining captain Echunga 1868 Memorial 104/234 A Director of Emerald Silver Mining Co Ltd 1869 Memorial 224/240

HUGHES, Edward James of Echunga 1891 Memorial 62/411

No 1

HUGHES, Edwin Sawle auctioneer Adelaide 1882 Memorial 149/346

HUGHES, ES secretary to the Adelaide Auction Company Ltd, which had its Mart in Pirie St, Adelaide, in buildings formerly known as LEVI's store on Town Acre 170 1883 Memorial 198/350

HUGHES, ES secretary to the Eukaby Blocks Silver Mining Co Ltd of Adelaide 1890 Memorial 117/404

HUGHES, Frank farmer Hilton Co Adelaide. Pinnaroo (Hundred of Pinnaroo) township allotment land grant 1905 Grant Book 12 Page 71 County Chandos

HUGHES, Frederic Boulton manufacturer Woodville 1909 Memorial 92/461

HUGHES, George butcher Kensington 1873 Memorial 87/266

HUGHES, George Laurence of Laura Hundred of Appila land grant 1879 Grant Book 24 Page 496 County Frome

No 1

HUGHES, George Robert farmer Nairne 1851[-1853] Memorial 162/32

HUGHES, George Robert blacksmith Nairne 1856 Memorial 298/101

HUGHES, George Robert farmer near Nairne 1856 Memorial 205/109

No 1

HUGHES, Harold White of Kanichega Station near Medindie NSW 1906 Application 25214

HUGHES, Harold White pastoralist Woodville and Ethel Margaret Hughes his wife, daughter of the late Judge EC GWYNNE of Payneham 1917 Application 26556

No 1

HUGHES, Henry butcher Kensington 1863[-1884] Memorial 140/192

HUGHES, Henry butcher Kensington linked with the late William Hughes and his wife Anna nee Hughes 1864 Memorial 232/200

HUGHES, Henry butcher Kensington 1869[-1883] Memorial 195/244, Application 16521

HUGHES, Henry farmer and butcher Tusmore Hundred of Maitland land grant 1878 Grant Book 19 Page 103 County Fergusson

HUGHES, Henry formerly butcher Kensington but now out of business Angas St, Kent Town 1914 Memorial 132/471

HUGHES, Henry formerly butcher Kensington but now out of business Kent Town 1917 Application 26565

HUGHES, Henry John land agent's clerk Adelaide 1928 Application 27103

No 1

HUGHES, Henry Kent Esquire formerly of Pt Phillip NSW but now of Adelaide 1848 Memorial 297/12

HUGHES, Henry Kent Esquire Adelaide and Sarah Hilditch Hughes his wife 1852[-1855] Application 15413, Memorial 356/89

HUGHES, Henry Kent gentleman Adelaide 1858 Application 109

HUGHES, Henry Kent merchant Adelaide (Waymouth St) 1861 Memorial 210/180

HUGHES, Henry Kent merchant Adelaide 1864 Application 5659

HUGHES, Henry Kent merchant Hillside near Adelaide and Sarah Hilditch Hughes his wife 1862 Memorial 370/186

HUGHES, Henry Kent Esquire formerly of Adelaide but then of Kew Gardens Road, Surrey, England, died 30/8/1880. His wife, Sarah Hilditch Hughes, survived him. Nathan Horner mason Crystal Brook mentioned as an executor Memorial 64/328

No 1

HUGHES, Herbert Bristow Esquire Rocky River 1848[-1853]. Enrolments 82/6 & 20/8

HUGHES, Herbert Bristow and Bristow Herbert Hughes Esquires Crystal Brook 1851 Grant Book 0 Page 10 County Unnamed

HUGHES, Herbert Bristow Esquire Beanavelle 1867 Memorial 72/225

HUGHES, Herbert White of Booyoolie Station near Gladstone 1906 Application 25214

HUGHES, Hugh miner Baker Flat near Kapunda 1858 Memorial 25/137

No 1

HUGHES, Jabez fellmonger Tring, Herts, England and Betsy Hughes his wife 1852 Memorial 100/367

HUGHES, Jabez gentleman North Adelaide 1854 Memorial 200/62

HUGHES, Betsey widow North Adelaide 1866 relict of the late Jabez Hughes fellmoner formerly of Tring, Herts, England but then of North Adelaide Application 8035

No 1

HUGHES, James gentleman Adelaide 1853 Memorial 22/60

No 2

HUGHES, James saddler Willunga Hundred of Goolwa land grant 1853 Memorial 364/55

HUGHES, James saddler Morphett Vale 1885 Memorial 100/367

No 3

HUGHES, James slate merchant Willunga 1855 Memorial 245/80

HUGHES, James the Elder [probably of Hackham or Willunga] died 26/6/1892 intestate. By 1903, his family was disposed thus - Elizabeth Jane Hughes widow Wayville, Elizabeth May MASON wife of John William Mason of Hawthorn, James Arthur Hughes [formerly the Younger] farmer Willunga, Henry Estcourt Hughes minister of the gospel Gawler, Amelia Alice NEWMAN wife of Jacob Newman of Wayville and Charles Victor Hughes mercantile clerk Wayville Memorial 249/448

HUGHES, James Arthur ex-civil servant Willunga 1902 Memorial 209/446

HUGHES, James H surveyor in the province of SA 1840[-1842] Memorial 198/317

No 1 - probably the same person

HUGHES, Jane spinster Willunga 1865 Memorial 171/202

HUGHES, Jane spinster Noarlunga 1866 Memorial 100/210

HUGHES, Jane spinster Adelaide, about to leave the province and proceed to England, power of attorney to Patrick John RUSSELL Roman Catholic Archdeacon North Adelaide, to manage her SA business affairs 22/5/1877 Deposit 19/1882

No 1

HUGHES, John plasterer Hindmarsh 1842[-1864] Memorial 495/1

HUGHES, John labourer Adelaide 1855 Memorial 130/92

HUGHES, John plasterer Hindmarsh 1864, died c1865 place not stated. He left his entire estate to his wife, Mary Hughes daughter of David SMITH Memorial 273/207

HUGHES, John formerly yeoman 1843 then plasterer Hindmarsh 1864, died c1873. His wife was the former Mary SMITH, daughter of David and Sarah Smith of Hindmarsh Application 12714

HUGHES, John plasterer and yeoman Hindmarsh 1844. He died 2/11/1865, leaving his estate to his wife Mary Hughes nee SMITH, daughter of David Smith. Estate worth £200. Mrs Hughes still owned the property in 1891 Application 22126

No 2

HUGHES, John farmer Nairne 1856 Memorial 269/101

HUGHES, John farmer Blackwood Gully near Nairne 1858 Memorial 117/134

No 3

HUGHES, John cow keeper Adelaide 1864 Memorial 192/196

No 4 - perhaps the Younger?

HUGHES, John plasterer Bowden 1875 Memorial 86/281

HUGHES, John plasterer Bowden and Jane Hughes his wife 1877 Application 16400

HUGHES, John Benham grazier Woodside 1911 Memorial 7/465

No 1

HUGHES, John Bristow settler Adelaide, mortgaged 1,000 ewes depasturing on the Hutt River Special Survey to John Baker merchant Adelaide for £500, ‘the said ewes having a slit in the near ear’ 1842 Memorial 418/1 Esquire Bungalee [Bundaleer?] 1845 Memorial 452/5 Esquire Reedy Creek, Broughton River 1846 Memorial 55/7 Husband of Margaret Hughes nee BARTLEY 1848 Memorial 134/14

HUGHES, John Bristow of Bundaleer 1854 Memorial 395/79

HUGHES, John Bristow Esquire Bundaleer 1853 Memorial 180/54

HUGHES, John Bristow Esquire St Clair 1854 Memorial 342/68

HUGHES, John Bristow Esquire formerly of St Clair near Adelaide but now of Brighton Vic 1861 Memorial 139/183

HUGHES, John Bristow sheep farmer Adelaide, became a bankrupt in 1866 Memorial 185/216 Esquire formerly of Woodville but now of Adelaide 1866 Memorial 216/216

HUGHES, John Bristow Esquire formerly of Woodville but now of Mt Lofty 1867 Memorial 79/225

HUGHES, John Bristow Esquire formerly of Woodville but now of Wannon near Coleraine Vic 1875 Memorial 4/283

HUGHES, John Dyer bookkeeper Moonta. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1871 Grant Book 14 Page 57 County Daly

HUGHES, John Grant Duncan barrister at law formerly of Adelaide but now on active service in parts beyond the seas a Second Lieutenant in HM Army 1916 Memorial 71/474

HUGHES, John Prentice farmer Willowie 1900 Memorial 179/441

No 1

HUGHES, Joseph Henry warehouseman Norwood 1850[-1856] Memorial 8/28

No 2 - definitely the same person as No 1; inconsistencies with the descriptors

HUGHES, Joseph Henry labourer Adelaide 1853 Memorial 207/50

HUGHES, JR of Prospect North 1904 Memorial 157/451

HUGHES, JW bank manager Moonta 1891[-1893] Memorial 236/411

HUGHES, Lawrence Stodart farmer Devon Downs trustee unnamed Cemetery Hundred of Ridley Hundred of Ridley land grant 1900 Grant Book 58 Page 156 County Sturt

HUGHES, LH clerk Adelaide (18 King William St) 1913 Memorial 110/468

HUGHES, Maria Julia spinster Adelaide, power of attorney to Charles Augustus OLDHAM agent Adelaide, to manage her SA business affairs 6/4/1887 Deposit 39/1887

HUGHES, Michael labourer Willunga 1859 Memorial 228/160

HUGHES, Patrick farmer Mt Barker 1849 Memorial 342/17

No 1

HUGHES, Peter Roman Catholic clergyman Willunga 1859[-1863] Memorial 112/160, Application 3802

HUGHES, Peter Roman Catholic priest Morphett Vale 1875 Application 14047

HUGHES, PH company clerk Adelaide 1921 Memorial 67/484

HUGHES, Richard gardener Balmoral 1856 Memorial 25/98

No 1

HUGHES, Robert labourer Thebarton 1841 Memorial 189/274

HUGHES, Robert of Brighton, Sussex, England, left with his wife, Elizabeth Hughes, and their daughters, for SA aboard the Lysander in 1840. Did their younger son, Charles Hughes, go with them? Or had he died in England. The family settled on allotment 313 in Thebarton, which they bought for £7, on 18/6/1841, from the sub-dividers, Dr Mayo and his wife, Maria nee Gandy. Robert Hughes labourer Thebarton, died 10/3/1851 intestate, of lung inflammation, aged 61. His son-in-law, William BROOKS labourer Thebarton, registered the death. In 1848, Robert Hughes's son, Thomas Hughes and his wife, Jemima Hughes, nee SCARDIFIELD, arrived in SA aboard the ship Forfarshire. Thomas Hughes inherited his father's estate as heir at law. Jemima Hughes widow North Adelaide, and Robert Hughes' friend, Edward LOWE cabinetmaker Thebarton, gave the above information about the family in 1874. Edward Lowe said that he and his family emigrated in 1849 aboard the Brankenmore and settled at Thebarton. 'I was present and saw him [Robert Hughes] placed in his coffin and he was buried on the Hindmarsh Cemetery on 11/3/1851' Application 23131

HUGHES, Roland Harry farmer Kapunda, aged 60 in 1954, declared that he had lived in the Kapunda district all his life Application 29047

No 1

HUGHES, Samuel miller Noarlunga 1851[-1853] Memorial 342/37 Miller The Horseshoe Mill Noarlunga 1854[-1855] Memorial 179/64

HUGHES, Samuel gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now of Melbourne Vic 1857 Memorial 324/131

No 1

HUGHES, Samuel of Clare 1860 Memorial 15/164

HUGHES, Samuel blacksmith Clare 1862 Memorial 54/183

HUGHES, Stephen foreman Pt Adelaide 1860 Memorial 43/165

HUGHES, Stephen labourer Le Fevre Peninsula 1873 Application 13028

HUGHES, Stephen formerly foreman Pt Adelaide 1860 then labourer 1873 but now mariner Le Fevre Peninsula 1876 Application 15395

No 1

HUGHES, Thomas yeoman Adelaide 1849 Memorial 116/15

HUGHES, Thomas carpenter Thebarton 1849 Memorial 100/16 Yeoman Thebarton 1850 Memorial 66/20

HUGHES, Thomas cabinetmaker Thebarton, died c1857. He left his entire estate to his wife, Jemima Hughes Memorial 392/147

HUGHES, Thomas cabinetmaker Thebarton, died c1858. His wife, Jemima, to inherit the whole estate, including land at Thebarton Enrolment 77/38

HUGHES, Thomas carpenter and cabinetmaker Thebarton, died 8/12/1857, of schirrus, aged 45. His widow, Jemima Hughes nee SEARDFIELD (Father: Joseph Seardfield) remarried to William Thomas POYSER 44 bootmaker Thebarton (Father: Joseph Poyser) on 30/3/1859 Holy Trinity North Tce Adelaide. Witnesses: Francis WADE fellmonger Thebarton and Jesse Wade of Thebarton Application 19867

No 2

HUGHES, Thomas mason Adelaide Co Adelaide. Millicent North (Hundred of Mt Muirhead) township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 31 Page 310 County Grey

HUGHES, Thomas mason Adelaide Co Adelaide. Gordon (Hundred of Kanyaka) township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 49 Page 107 County Newcastle

HUGHES, Thomas mason Adelaide Co Adelaide. Mobilong (later Murray Bridge Hundred of Mobilong) township allotment land grant 1884 Grant Book 58 Page 217 County Sturt

No 3

HUGHES, Thomas farmer Canowie Co Victoria. Hundred of Morgan land grant 1881 Grant Book 13 Page 415 County Dalhousie

No 4

HUGHES, Thomas gentleman Adelaide, about to leave the province temporarily, power of attorney to Joseph Fogg PROCTOR gentleman Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 11/5/1883 Deposit 165/1883

HUGHES, WA of Stephens Place, Adelaide 1842 Memorial 97/52

HUGHES, Walter Bristow gentleman Culcraigie Station Qld 1882 Memorial 234/339

No 1

HUGHES, Walter Stephen linked with Section 45 Hundred of Willowie Co Frome 1891 Memorial 66/411

HUGHES, Walter Stephen farmer Willowie, had died by 1897. Executrix – Ada Elinor Hughes widow Davenport Grant Book 24 Page 749 County Frome

No 1

HUGHES, Walter Watson master of the brig Hero at present in Pt Adelaide. His first SA ventures included the purchase of allotments near Pt Adelaide 1840 Application 19029

HUGHES, Walter Watson Esquire formerly of Adelaide, but now of Green Hills near Mt Barker 1845 Memorial 292/5

HUGHES, Walter Watson Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now of The Peak near Watervale 1854 Memorial 361/76

HUGHES, Walter Watson stockholder Fairfield 1861 Memorial 191/181

HUGHES, Walter Watson Esquire Watervale Co Stanley. Wallaroo (Hundred of Wallaroo) township allotment land grant early July 1861 Grant Book 14 Page 19 County Daly

HUGHES, Walter Watson [formerly of Watervale but then] gentleman Wallaroo July 1861 Grant Book 14 Page 40 County Daly

HUGHES, Walter Watson stockholder Fairfield near Watervale 1862 Memorial 385/186

HUGHES, Walter Watson Esquire formerly of Fairfield but then in England 1868 Grant Book 14 Page 70 County Daly

HUGHES, Walter Watson Esquire Torrens Park Co Adelaide. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1872 Grant Book 14 Page 68 County Daly

HUGHES, Walter Watson Esquire formerly of Torrens Park but now in parts beyond the seas 1875 Memorial 153/281

HUGHES, Walter Watson Knight Fan Court, Chertsey, Surrey, England, died 1/1/1887. Henry John RICHMAN and William George ELDER (of 7 St Helen’s Place, London, son of Alexander Lang Elder) the English trustees had to sell the English estate and transfer funds to Australian trustees James HARVEY Esquire Adelaide, John GORDON Esquire Adelaide, and John James DUNCAN Esquire Hughes Park, Watervale. The testator left his SA real estate to his nephews, John James DUNCAN, Walter Hughes DUNCAN, his brothers-in-law James MacKinnon RICHMAN and Walter RICHMAN (sons of John Henry Richman). Life annuities to the following people, with remainder to their children: niece Eliza WHITE, sister-in-law Emily GOOCH, niece Sophie Hughes DUNCAN, nephew Alan Walter John FERGUSSON (son of Sir James Fergusson Bart), sister Eliza ROBERTSON, niece Eliza Robina GORDON, niece Eliza CORSANE, niece Fanny RICHMAN Enrolment 26/54

No 1

HUGHES, Walter William and William James Hughes dairymen Woodforde near Magill 1911 Memorial 211/464

HUGHES, Walter William dairyman Woodforde near Magill 1914 Memorial 135/471

HUGHES, WC secretary to Wilkinson & Co Ltd of Grenfell St, Adelaide 1909 Memorial 178/461

No 1

HUGHES, William butcher Kensington 1856[-1861] Memorial 12/106

HUGHES, William stockowner and butcher Kensington 1861 Memorial 129/179

HUGHES, William butcher Kensington 1862 Application 2978

HUGHES, William 22 butcher married Anne HERSEY 21 4/8/1853 Congregational Chapel, Kensington. William Hughes butcher Tusmore, died 11/6/1863 intestate, by suicide, aged 32. His eldest son, Frederick William Hughes, born 6/6/1854 Kensington, inherited his estate as heir at law Application 14299

HUGHES, Ann widow Tusmore linked with Henry Hughes butcher Kensington 1864 Memorial 312/198

No 2 - perhaps the same person

HUGHES, William yeoman Hill River near Mintaro 1857[-1858] Memorial 10/122

HUGHES, William farmer Springbank near Kooringa 1870[-1876] Memorial 37/47

No 3 - perhaps the same person

HUGHES, William gentleman Adelaide 1875 Memorial 78/282

HUGHES, William painter, plumber and glazier Adelaide 1883 Memorial 172/347

No 4

HUGHES, William farmer near Woodside 1877 Application 15862

No 5

HUGHES, William farmer Mallala Hundred of Dalkey land grant 1881 Grant Book 26 Page 233 County Gawler

No 6

HUGHES, William farmer Saltia 1887 Memorial 117/387

No 1

HUGHES, William A of Stephens Place, Adelaide 1840[-1842] Memorial 179/7

HUGHES, William Alexander clerk to Messrs SMART & WILSON solicitors Adelaide 1840[-1842] Memorial 480/1

HUGHES, William Alexander gentleman North Adelaide (Brougham Place) 1841 Application 29392

HUGHES, William Alexander gentleman Brougham Place North Adelaide 1841 Memorial 151/1 Of Stephens Place Adelaide 1842 Memorial 412/1 [Was he a relative of John Henry Hughes merchant Sydney NSW?] Clerk to Messrs SMART, JOHNSON & BAYNE solicitors Stephens Place, Adelaide 1844[-1845] Memorial 108/4

HUGHES, William Alexander clerk to Messrs SMART & BAYNE solicitors Adelaide (Stephens Place) 1845 Memorials 417/4, 406/4

HUGHES, William Alexander stationer Adelaide 1848 Memorial 195/12

HUGHES, William A clerk to James Hurtle FISHER solicitor Adelaide 1849 Memorial 449/17

HUGHES, William Alexander gentleman Adelaide 1850[-1854] Memorial 427/26

HUGHES, William Alexander gentleman North Adelaide (Palmer Place) 1854 Memorial 136/67

HUGHES, William A clerk to Thomas WILSON solicitor Adelaide 1856 Memorial 318/108

HUGHES, William Alexander gentleman Glenelg 1860 Application 1341

HUGHES, WA Town Clerk Adelaide City Council 1864 Memorial 186/200

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

HUGHES, William A accountant Adelaide (Pirie St) 1880 Memorial 209/321

HUGHES, William Alexander accountant Adelaide 1881[-1882] Memorial 114/336, Application 18973

HUGHES, William Alexander accountant Adelaide 1882 Application 19372

No 1

HUGHES, William Charles company secretary Adelaide 1911 Memorial 245/464

HUGHES, William Charles of Adelaide 1919, a director of WILKINSON & Co Ltd Grenfell St, Adelaide Application 26818

No 1

HUGHES, William Frederick farmer Mt Charles 1857[-1859] Memorial 27/127

HUGHES, William Frederick miller Nairne 1858 Memorial 29/147

HUGHES, William Frederick farmer Woodside 1880[-1887] Memorial 174/326, Application 21303

HUGHES, William Frederick farmer Woodside 1887. Inverbrackie Presbyterian Church trustee Enrolment 22/54

HUGHES, William Frederick farmer Mt Charles 1898 Application 23607

HUGHES, William Henry farmer Willowie 1896 Memorial 231/428

HUGHES, William James dairyman Woodforde near Magill 1904 Memorial 8/452 

HUGHES, William Kent merchant Adelaide 1854 Memorial 184/69

No 1

HUGHES, William Peppiatt butcher Magill 1901 Memorial 112/442

HUGHES, William Peppiatt butcher Kensington 1907 Application 25334

HUGHES, William Stodart linked with Section 691 Hundred of Davenport Co Frome 1884 Memorial 82/362

HUGHES, WW dairyman near Magill 1919 Application 26765

No 1

HUGHLINGS, Harry Esquire formerly of Halifax, Yorks, England but now of Adelaide 1844 Memorial 186/4

HUGHLINGS, Harry Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now of Halifax, Yorks, England 1854 Memorial 87/88

HUGO, Robert labourer Norwood 1876 Memorial 125/291

No 1

HUGO, Victor Edwin slate dealer Adelaide 1931 Memorial 144/504

HUGO, Victor Edwin dealer Anzac Highway, Mornington, died 3/8/1938 Narma Hospital, South Tce, Adelaide intestate. Husband of Alice Edith Hugh and father of Victor Henry Hugo labourer Anzac Highway, Mornington Memorial 187/512

HUITSON, Francis clerk Pt Adelaide and Clarissa Maria Huitson his wife 1858 Memorial 247/141

No 1

HULBERT, George of the Devon Arms Hanson St, Adelaide 1853 Memorial 31/48

No 2

HULBERT, George carpenter Adelaide, died c1859. Oliver Hulbert plasterer Brighton and John BULLOCK gentleman Adelaide were the trustees of the estate Memorial 105/157

No 1

HULBERT, George Edwin Albert farmer Unley 1865 Memorial 95/207

HULBERT, George Edwin Albert formerly farmer Unley 1865 but now gentleman Adelaide 1867 Application 8956

No 1

HULBERT, Oliver plasterer Brighton 1852[-1863] Memorial 125/41

HULBERT, Oliver farmer Brighton trustee under the will of the late George Hulbert 1860 Applications 1486 and 1513

HULBERT, Maurice George Frederick licensed victualler Adelaide (Imperial Hotel King William St) 1908[-1914] Memorial 24/460

HULBORN, John labourer Hindmarsh 1856 Memorial 395/97

HULKES, Henry Stephen of Adelaide 1850 Memorial 178/214

No 1

HULL, Adam farm servant Lyndoch Valley 1852 Memorial 285/45

HULL, Adam farmer Mt Crawford 1858 Memorial 71/137

No 1

HULL, Charles Alexander gentleman Pt Elliot 1854 Memorial 100/63

HULL, Charles A agent Pt Elliot 1854 Memorial 196/63

No 1 - perhaps the same person

HULL, James cabinetmaker Norwood 1876[-1878] Memorial 100/291

HULL, James weekly tenant Elizabeth St, Norwood. He left 1/11/1880 Application 18228

HULL, James grocer formerly of Norwood but now of Adelaide (Rundle St) 1879 Memorial 144/314

HULL, James gentleman Adelaide 1886 Memorial 103/375

HULL, John Edward of Kingsford 1857 Memorial 75/131

HULL, John Edward Arthur farmer Little Swamp, aged 49 in 1961, declared he had lived all his life in the district. Husband of Annie Hull Application 29420

HULL, John Francis farmer Penfield 1878 Memorial 1/311

HULL, Richard saddler Snowtown. Hundred of Barunga land grant 1896 Grant Book 14 Page 479 County Daly

HULL, Robert farmer Colton trustee Showgrounds Colton Hundred of Colton land grant 1894 Grant Book 48 Page 79 County Musgrave

HULL, Rowland carpenter Norwood 1872[-1883] Memorial 29/262, Application 19690

HULL, Theodore farmer Hindmarsh Valley 1851 Memorial 468/55

HULL, Thomas farmer Pt Pirie. Hundred of Napperby land grant 1881 Grant Book 60 Page 389 County Victoria

No 1

HULL, Thomas Trevor Neptune Wesleyan Minister Adelaide 1852[-1853] Memorial 205/43 The Thebarton Wesleyan Chapel was in his circuit 1853 Memorial 154/47 Wesleyan minister formerly of Adelaide but now of Sydney NSW 1854 Memorial 255/65 Formerly of Adelaide but now in parts beyond the seas 1855 Memorial 48/89

HULL, Thomas Trevor Neptune Wesleyan Minister Adelaide, about to leave the province, power of attorney to Alfred ATKINSON and John Barton HACK gentlemen both of Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 1/3/1854 Deposit 225/OA

HULL, Thomas Trevor Neptune Wesleyan Minister formerly of Adelaide then of Sydney NSW but now residing in the United Kingdom 1856 Memorial 198/112

HULL, Thomas Trevor Neptune Wesleyan Minister formerly of Adelaide but now residing in England 1855 Memorial 351/91

HULL, William of the Hundred of Colton 1889[-1892] Memorial 217/395

No 1

HULLYER, William labourer Pt Lincoln Hundred of Louth land grant 1901 Grant Book 21 Page 16 County Flinders

HULLYER, William John trapper Pt Lincoln 1905 Memorial 68/453

No 1

HULLINS, George mariner Adelaide 1849 Memorial 176/18

HULLINS, George formerly master mariner Adelaide but now gentleman Liverpool, Lancs, England 1876 Memorial 106/292

No 1

HULSTER, Thomas poundkeeper Lyndoch 1863 Memorial 134/191

HULSTER, Thomas farmer formerly of Lyndoch but now Pt Germein 1887 Application 21180

No 1

HULTGREN, Andreas yeoman Mt Barker 1851 Memorial 335/36

HULTGREN, Andreas cabinetmaker Adelaide 1853 Memorial 202/56

HULTGREN, Andreas cabinetmaker formerly of Adelaide but then of Collingwood Vic 1853[-1865] Memorial 194/79, Application 6949

HULTH, George C JP of Pt Wakefield 1887 Memorial 36/385

HUMBERSTONE, Amelia spinster South Road 1865 Memorial 252/200

HUMBERSTONE, James Alexander licensed victualler Mt Barker Hundred of Wauraltee land grant 1881 Grant Book 19 Page 223 County Fergusson

No 1

HUMBERSTONE, William farmer Sturt River 1845 Memorial 444/84

HUMBERSTONE, William farmer St Marys on the Sturt 1853 Memorial 103/57

HUMBERSTONE, William contractor South Road 1855 Memorial 256/89

HUMBERSTONE, William farmer Section 42 Survey B South Road 1855 Memorial 244/93

HUMBERSTONE, WIlliam contractor Humberville 1855 Memorial 220/94

HUMBERSTONE, William formerly contractor South Road near Adelaide 1855 now miller Noarlunga 1866 Application 7760

No 1 - perhaps the same person

HUMBLE, Samuel accountant Adelaide (Halifax St) 1871 Memorial 57/254

HUMBLE, Samuel Waller gentleman Adelaide 1853[-1856] Memorial 108/46

No 1

HUMBLE, Thomas Walter compositor Hilton 1888 Memorial 172/389

HUMBLE, Alice Maude widow Kent Town 1893, relict of Thomas Walter Humble compositor Kent Town, who died 2/11/1891 intestate. Estate worth £40. His widow received letters of administration to finalise the estate Application 23148

No 1

HUMBLEY, Richard Humbley Wells timber merchant Adelaide 1875[-1881] Memorial 126/281

HUMBLEY, Richard Humbley Wells gentleman Parkside 1884 Memorial 95/356

HUMBLEY, Richard Wells agent Adelaide 1884 Application 20061

HUMBY, Henry Charles licensed victualler Adelaide (Golden Rule Pirie St) 1881 Memorial 127/336

HUMBY, John Thomas farmer Blackwood near Adelaide 1886 Memorial 57/373

No 1

HUME, Alexander gentleman Glensloy [near Blakiston] 1853 Memorial 341/56

HUME, Alexander publican Nairne 1853 Memorial 288/57

HUME, Alexander of Nairne 1855 Memorial 391/89

HUME, Alexander clerk Scott Creek and Mary Ann Hume his wife formerly Mary Ann BARNETT widow of the late Charles Barnett  1867 Memorial 249/312

HUME, Ernest James engineer Parkside 1925 Memorial 155/493

HUME, Francis Rawdon the Younger Frankfield NSW, died 11/1/1879 intestate. Estate worth £1,000 Memorial 120/331

HUME, James glassblower Hindmarsh and Bridget Hume his wife 1907 Application 25348

HUME, John tailor Adelaide (Rundle St) 1850[-1851] Memorial 327/23

HUMMEL, Charles Frank missionary of The Sudan, Interior, of Zagun, Jose, Nigeria (Northern Provinces) came from Glenelg. Brother of Herbert Whitsey Hummel of the Executor Trustee and Agency Co, Grenfell St, Adelaide 1921 Memorial 94/484

HUMMEL, Herbert Whitsey clerk Adelaide, linked with John Francis Hummel warehouseman 37 Clyde St, Glenelg 1923 Memorial 8/489

HUMMELL, Paul general dealer Thebarton 1851[-1853] Memorial 160/38

No 1

HUMMERSTON, Henry Augustus gentleman North Adelaide 1905 Memorial 243/453

HUMMERSTON, Henry Augustus hotelkeeper formerly of North Adelaide but now of Midland Junction WA 1912 Memorial 74/467

HUMPHAGE, John surgeon formerly of Stroudwater, Co Gloucester, England, now and for several years past 3 Heckley Crescent, Melton next Gravesend, Kent, gave land at Dry Creek to his daughters, Catherine, Esther and Mary Ann Humphage spinsters of the same address, because three other sisters had been amply provided for (Lydia had married William GARLICK - perhaps a SA connection?) 1863. By 1874, the sisters were living at Bristol, Co Gloucester, when they sold the property to Price MAURICE sheep farmer Adelaide. Their father had bought the land, Section 96 Survey B, as a preliminary land grant 1843 85 acres for £5 Application 13699

HUMPHERSTON, James famer Gawler Plains 1854 Memorial 276/70

HUMPHERY, Frederick George printer Plympton. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1908 Grant Book 2 Page 17 County Adelaide

HUMPHERY, H law clerk Kapunda 1882 Memorial 74/338

No 1

HUMPHERYS, Charles Thomas gentleman Adelaide 1857 Memorial 223/121

HUMPHERYS, Charles Thomas draper Adelaide 1863 Memorial 264/188

HUMPHERYS, Frank Nelson of Dawson 1887 Memorial 112/387

HUMPHERYS, Walter James draper Adelaide 1850[-1863] Memorial 466/27

No 1

HUMPHREY, George yeoman Norwood 1852 Memorial 118/40

HUMPHREY, George farmer Norwood 1853 Memorial 7/54

HUMPHREY, George farmer formerly of Norwood but now of Gawler River 1854 Memorial 167/62

No 1

HUMPHREY, James stockholder Mulleirba [also Mullierby then Mullabee] near Kooringa 1857[-1859] Grant Book 8 Page 11 County Burra

HUMPHREY, James stockholder Mulleirba [also Mullierby then Mullabee] near Kooringa, died c1862. He left his entire estate in trust to his wife, Mary Ann Humphrey, for life, then to his brother, Richard Humphrey, for life, then equally absolutely in remainder expectant to his nephews, Charles CORSTOPHAN, John COWLED, Charles Cowled and Humphrey Cowled Memorial 150/181

HUMPHREY, James sheep and cattle farmer Baldina near Kooringa, died 18/2/1862, of disease of trachea and lungs, aged 53, having taken up a land grant in the area in 1857 - Section 72 Hundred of Kooringa, 637 acres. He left his whole estate in trust to his wife, Mary Ann Humphrey for life, then to his brother, Richard Humphrey (gentleman Mulleirbo Lodge near Kooringa), for life, and then to his nephews Charles CORSTOPHAN (storekeeper Salisbury), John, Charles and Humphrey COWLED (farmers Hoyles Plains) absolutely in remainder expectant. Mary Ann HUMPHREY widow of James Humphrey farmer Mullaby, died 24/8/1865, old age, aged 65. The uncle transferred the property to his nephews in 1866. Application 12221

HUMPHREY, Joseph farmer Gawler River 1854 Memorial 163/62

HUMPHREY, Patrick labourer Mt Gambier 1857 Memorial 105/126

HUMPHREY, Richard gentleman Mulierbo Lodge near Kooringa 1866 Memorials 192 & 193/210

HUMPHREY, Richard Frederick of Mulgundawar Hundred of Brinkley land grant 1881 Grant Book 58 Page 351 County Sturt

No 1

HUMPHREY, Thomas farmer Echunga 1852[-1853] Memorial 1/48 Hundred of Alexandrina land grant Memorial 242/51

HUMPHREY, Thomas farmer Lower Finniss 1858 Memorial 40/141

HUMPHREY, Thomas farmer Lower Finniss Co Hindmarsh. Hundred of Brinkley land grant 1859 Grant Book 57 Page 266 County Sturt

HUMPHREY, Thomas farmer Brinkley Hundred of Brinkley land grant 1863 Grant Book 58 Page 362 County Sturt

HUMPHREY, Thomas farmer Mulgundawar Lake Alexandrina Hundred of Brinkley land grant 1866 Grant Book 58 Page 351 County Sturt

HUMPHREY, Thomas farmer formerly of Echunga but now of Mulgundawar 1879 Memorial 155/316

HUMPHREY, TJ JP agent Strathalbyn 1919 Memorial 72/478

HUMPHREYS, Alfred labourer now of Sydney NSW, about to return to SA, power of attorney to his wife, Eva HUMPHREYS of Adelaide, to sell his SA real estate before he returned 29/4/1882 Deposit 122/1882

HUMPHREYS, Charles carpenter Adelaide 1878 Grant Book 18 Page 10 County Eyre

HUMPHREYS, Charlotte spinster College Park 1891 Memorial 172/407

No 1

HUMPHREYS, James William blacksmith Kingston S-E 1889 Memorial 191/397

HUMPHREYS, James William formerly blacksmith Kingston S-E but now hotelkeeper Lucindale 1893 Application 22572

HUMPHREYS, Jesse farmer Stony Gap near Burra. Hundred of Apoinga land grant 1859[-1864] Grant Book 8 Page 44 County Burra

No 1

HUMPHREYS, John miner Adelaide 1853 Plympton allotments purchase Memorial 210/46

HUMPHREYS, John formerly of Adelaide but now of Melbourne Vic 1854 Memorial 309/74

No 2

HUMPHREYS, John butcher Adelaide 1856 Memorial 326/97

HUMPHREYS, John formerly butcher Adelaide and Frances Humphreys his wife 1869 Memorial 172/236

HUMPHREYS, John [formerly butcher Adelaide but now] gentleman Goodwood 1881 Memorial 25/330

HUMPHREYS, John formerly butcher Adelaide 1856 but now retired Goodwood 1890 Application 21794

No 3

HUMPHREYS, John engineer Aldinga 1889 Application 21824

HUMPHREYS, Mary Jane wife of John Humphreys engineer Aldinga 1889, was a daughter of James FOREMAN farmer Willunga and his wife, Jane nee POLKINGHORNE. She in turn was a daughter of Richard Polkinghorne farmer Willunga and Alice Polkinghorne, his wife. Mary Jane Humphreys lived with her grandparents from 1862-1868. Her grandfather kept his deeds, stowed in a white bag tied with blue ribbon, in a small locked drawer of a chest of drawers in his bedroom. Her uncle, William Henry Polkinghorne came to see his father and do some writing for him. Grandmother Polkinghorne got the deeds at the request of her husband, but after a quarrel, the grandmother threw the deeds into the fire. Grandfather said, ‘By burning those papers you will cause a great deal of trouble and you have robbed the orphans’ [a granddaughter and grandson Foreman] This was apparently a quarrel over Lot 151 in Willunga. Application 21824

HUMPHREYS, Mark farmer Hamley Bridge 1926 Application 27436

No 1

HUMPHREYS, William baker Glenelg 1858[-1865] Memorial 197/148 Loyal Temple of Peace Oddfellow Lodge trustee 1862 Memorial 274/185

HUMPHREYS, William baker Glenelg 1865 Memorial 264/205

No 2

HUMPHREYS, William teamster Farina Out of Hundreds. Farina (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 65 Page 71 County Not named

No 1

HUMPHRIES, George farmer near Naracoorte Hundred of Glen Roy land grant 1876[-1877] Grant Book 29 Page 284 County MacDonnell

HUMPHRIES, George farmer near Naracoorte Hundred of Hynam land grant 1882 Grant Book 29 Page 167 County MacDonnell

HUMPHRIES, George farmer Hynam Hundred of Joyce land grant 1883 Grant Book 51 Page 10 County Robe

HUMPHRIES, George farmer Hundred of Joyce 1887 Memorial 69/386

HUMPHRIES, George farmer and grazier Hundred of Joyce Co Robe 1893 Memorial 145/416

HUMPHRIES, George grazier Mossdale Hundred of Joyce and Isabella Gladstone Humphries his wife 1908 Memorial 238/45

HUMPHRIES, George grazier formerly of Mossdale Hundred of Joyce but now of Glenroy and Isabella Gladstone Humphries his wife 1908 Application 25456

No 1 - possibly the same person

HUMPHRIES, Henry police trooper Bordertown 1880 Memorial 30/324

HUMPHRIES, Henry linked with Section 45 Hundred of Rivoli Bay Co Grey 1892 Memorial 196/415

HUMPHRIES, Henry farmer Rendelsham Hundred of Rivoli Bay land grant 1898 Grant Book 31 Page 259 County Grey

HUMPHRIES, Robert butcher Adelaide 1890 Memorial 80/405

HUMPHRIES, Robert William labourer Rendelsham Rendelsham (Hundred of Rivoli Bay) township allotment land grant 1882 Grant Book 31 Page 322 County Grey

No 1

HUMPHRIES, William shoemaker Balhannah 1842[-1854] Application 140, Memorial 344/14

HUMPHRIES, William shoemaker Balhannah. Husband of Lucy Hamphries 1854 Memorial 27/65

No 1

HUMPHRIES, William baker Nairne 1859 Application 875

No 1 – probably the Elder

HUMPHRIS, Edmund farmer Broadmeadow Farm Section 18 Survey C Hackham 1858. Enrolment/FIND

HUMPHRIS, Edmund farmer Morphett Vale 1858 Memorial 173/139

HUMPHRIS, Edmund miner Raglan St, Maryborough Vic, died 11/11/1889, of malignant liver disease, aged 55. Born Essex, England. 21 years in SA; 19 years in Vic. Married Agnes LEE at Morphett Vale. Family - Edmund the Younger 31, Richard John aged 29; Francis James aged 27 years; Arthur Henry aged 25 years; Sarah deceased; Leonard aged 20 years; Amy Agnes aged 14 years; Maud Sarah aged 8 years Application 27578

No 2 – probably the Younger

HUMPHRIS, Edmund butcher Strathalbyn 1872 Memorial 109/259

HUMPHRIS, Edmund farmer Strathalbyn Co Hindmarsh. Jamestown (Hundred of Belalie) township allotment land grant 1872 Grant Book 60 Page 133 County Victoria

HUMPHRIS, Edmund butcher Jamestown Co Victoria. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1877 Grant Book 60 Page 126 County Victoria

HUMPHRIS, Edmund butcher Jamestown Co Victoria. Morchard (Hundred of Coomooroo) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 13 Page 250 County Dalhousie

HUMPHRIS, Edmund agent Jamestown Co Victoria. Pt Germein township allotment land grant 1879 Grant Book 24 Page 685 County Frome

HUMPHRIS, Edmund agent Jamestown Co Victoria. Terowie (Hundred of Terowie) township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 40 Page 97 County Kimberley

HUMPHRIS, Frederina widow Fullarton 1905, declared that she was the widow of Edmund Humphris cordial factor Jamestown, who had his business there between 1872-1878. James BULLEN labourer Jamestown was one of his employees for the whole period Application 25406

HUMPHRIS, Henry police trooper Bordertown. Hundred of Tatiara land grant 1879 Grant Book 7 Page 8 County Buckingham

No 1 - likely to be the same person

HUMPHRIS, John farmer Willunga 1866 Memorial 4/212

HUMPHRIS, John farmer Lower Light 1868 Memorial 232/231

HUMPHRIS, John farmer Aberdeen 1877 Memorial 200/301

HUMPHRIS, J agent Yongala 1885[-1886] Memorial 152/370

HUMPHRIS, John agent Yongala 1886[-1888] Memorial 48/376

No 1 - perhaps the same person

HUMPHRIS, John Francis butcher Willunga 1856 Memorial 340/100

HUMPHRIS, John Francis farmer Willunga 1859 Application 854

HUMPHRIS, John Francis farmer Willunga 1860 Application 1686 HUMPHRIS, John Francis farmer Willunga early 1860 late 1860 butcher Willunga Application 1835

HUMPHRIS, John Francis farmer McLaren Vale 1866 Application 7281

HUMPHRIS, John Francis farmer McLaren Vale and Eliza Humphris his wife 1870 Memorial 24/248

HUMPHRIS, Eliza widow McLaren Vale relict of the late John Francis Humphris formerly farmer McLaren Vale but now deceased 1874 Memorial 161/277

HUMPHRIS, Eliza widow farmer McLaren Vale, died 10/12/1876. She bequeathed her £1,400 estate to her son, John Humphris farmer Aberdeen, to sell from time to time and distribute the funds equally amongst all her children - John Edmund Humphris Henry Humphris, Mary Ann Humphris, Eliza Humphris and Willoughby Humphris 1943 Application 28353

No 1

HUMPHRIS, Richard dairyman Adelaide 1850 Memorial 289/22

HUMPHRIS, Richard butcher Morphett Vale 1857 Memorial 186/120

HUMPHRIS, Richard farmer Morphett Vale Hundred of Light land grant 1857 Grant Book 44 Page 194 County Light

HUMPHRIS, Richard farmer Morphett Vale 1864[-1881] Memorial 248/199

HUMPHRIS, Richard farmer Morphett Vale, died 20/8/1889. Father of Richard Francis Humphris farmer Morphett Vale. Executor; Albert Ogilvie LAFFER farmer Pinery Memorial 76/406

HUMPHRIS, Richard no description died 20/8/1889 linked with Richard Francis Humphris farmer Nelshaby 1890 Memorial 191/406

HUMPHRIS, Richard farmer Morphett Vale, died 20/8/1889. Father of Richard Francis Humphris farmer Nelshaby 1915. Grandfather of Richard Albert Humphris born 26/1/1869. Father-in-law of Albert Ogilvie LAFFER no description. The proposed Goodwood-Willunga Railway 1910 went through part of the Humphris farm at Morphett Vale Memorial 120/473

HUMPHRIS, Richard farmer Morphett Vale, died 20/8/1889. He owned several farms including Folly Hall (Section 7 Hundred of Noarlunga) and The Honey Pot (Section 15 Hundred of Noarlunga). His family as disposed in 1920 - His widow, Margaret Humphris, lived on Henley Beach Road, West Adelaide. Children - Lilian Agnes CASHMORE married woman West Adelaide; Ernest James Humphris farmer Gladstone; Nellie Gertrude MCLEOD married woman Auburn; Stella Marion Humphris married woman Burra; Percival Garfield Humphris restaurant proprietor Gladstone; and Richard Albert Humphris farmer Gladstone Memorial 77/481

HUMPHRIS, Richard the Elder farmer Morphett Vale, died 20/8/1889. Children mentioned - Richard Francis Humphris farmer Morphett Vale (husband of Margaret Humphris), Mary Elizabeth Francis MILBANK, Edmund Humphris, Rebecca Pilon LAFFER wife of Albert Ogilvie Laffer farmer Pinery. Estate worth £300. Sections 549 and 550 Hundred of Noarlunga known as Hope Farm. Section 27 H of N known as Summer Hill; Section 28 H of N known as Crabb Hill 1889 Application 27109

HUMPHRIS, Richard farmer Holly Hall, Morphett Vale, died 20/8/1889. Trustees his son Richard Francis Humphris farmer Nelshaly and his son in law, Albert Ogilvie LAFFER. Some of the farm land entailed to RF Humphris and then to his own son, Richard Albert Humphris born 26/1/1869. The entail had to be broken to allow some of this land to be sold for the Goodwood-Willunga railway line. Enrolment 39/55

No 1 - perhaps the same person

HUMPHRIS, Richard Albert farmer Telowie 1891[-1898] Memorial 180/408

HUMPHRIS, Richard Albert farmer Gladstone 1921 Memorial 123/483

No 1 - perhaps the same person

HUMPHRIS, Richard Francis farmer Telowie trustee unnamed Chapel Hundred of Telowie land grant 1894[-1900] Grant Book 24 Page 775 County Frome

HUMPHRIS, Richard Francis farmer Telowie 1899[-1900] Memorial 242/438

HUMPHRIS, Richard Francis farmer Nelshaby 1905 Memorial 132/454

HUMPHRIS, Richard Francis out of business formerly of Gladstone but then of Henley Beach Road, West Adelaide, died 22/11/1918. Estate worth £5,920. Husband of Margaret Humphris. Son of Richard Humphris [probably of Morphett Vale] Memorial 138/479

No 1

HUMPHRIS, Willoughby farmer McLaren Vale 1880 Memorial 195/322

HUMPHRIS, Willoughby farmer McLaren Vale Co Adelaide. Hundred of Pekina land grant 1881 Grant Book 13 Page 164 County Dalhousie

HUMPHRYS, George Benjamin labourer Pt Broughton became a bankrupt c1913. Trustee – Frederick William ANDREWS storekeeper Pt Broughton. Hundred of Mundoora land grant Grant Book 14 Page 287 County Daly

HUMPHRYS, Harold Thorn farmer Hamley Bridge 1920 Memorial 76/481

No 1

HUMPHRYS, James farmer Sellicks Hill 1913 Memorial 153/468

HUMPHRYS, James farmer Aldinga 1940 Application 28282

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

HUMPHRYS, Jesse farmer Pt Gawler 1856[-1859] Memorial 229/103

HUMPHRYS, Jesse farmer Stony Gap near Kooringa 1864[-1871] Application 5685

HUMPHRYS, Jesse farmer Stony Gap [likely somewhere in or near Section 14 Hundred of Burra] 1871 Application 11682

HUMPHRYS, Jesse sheep and agricultural farmer Stony Gap near Kooringa 1875 Memorial 58/286

HUMPHRYS, Jesse the Elder farmer Farrell Flat linked with Jesse Humphrys the Younger farmer Clare 1892 Application 22316

HUMPHRYS, Jesse farmer Penwortham 1903 Application 234574

HUMPHRYS, Jonathan farmer Sellicks Hill 1900 Application 23987

No 1

HUMPHRYS, William Thorn farmer Yatina. Yatina (Hundred of Black Rock Plain) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 13 Page 8 County Dalhousie

HUMPHRYS, William Thorn farmer Black Springs near Burra Co Burra. Hundred of Mannanarie land grant 1882[-1886] Grant Book 13 Page 84 County Dalhousie

HUMPSCH, Carl shoemaker Hahndorf. Member management committee St Michael Lutheran School Hahndorf 1867 Application 8502

HUMPSCH, Johann Carl Gottlieb farmer Rowlands Flat 1854 Memorial 31/73

HUNDERTPFUND, Karl licensed victualler Adelaide (Bushman’s Club Hotel Brown St) 1905 Memorial 186/455

HUNN, NJ proclaimed bank manager Kingston S-E 1937 Memorial 132/511

No 1

HUNNERUP, Christian Edward lime burner Bertha near Gawler and Inger Maria Hunnerup his wife 1920 Application 26858

HUNNERUP, Inger Maria married woman Willaston near Gawler 1923 Memorial 7/488

HUNNS, George Valentine formerly of Coorona Point Darling River Mitchell District NSW but now licensed victualler Adelaide, died 1873. He left his entire estate to his wife, Mary Ann Hunns formerly Mary Ann YOUNG Memorial 221/271

No 1

HUNT, Absalom mason Bowden 1853 Memorial 76/51

HUNT, Absalom stone mason Bowden, about to leave the province for Melbourne Vic, power of attorney to Alfred ATKINSON of Adelaide to sell his real estate to James WOOD mason Hindmarsh 1853 Application 28433

HUNT, Alec, James William Hunt, Don Hunt and Leslie Hunt graziers Yankalilla trading under the style or firm of Hunt Bros 1951[-1953] Memorial 163/526, Application 29013

HUNT, Alfred Thomas labourer Unley 1858[-1863] Memorial 339/144

No 1

HUNT, Archie Cameron farmer Shields Hill near Myponga linked with John Murray Hunt farmer Myponga 1924 Memorial 33/491

HUNT, Archie Cameron farmer and grazier Shields Hill, Myponga 1928 Memorial 70/500

No 1

HUNT, Arthur shop assistant Lameroo. Lameroo (Hundred of Bews) township allotment land grant 1908[-1909] Grant Book 12 Page 37 County Chandos

HUNT, Arthur formerly greengrocer's shop assistant Lameroo but now gardener Uraidla 1914[-1923] Memorials 47 & 48/471

No 1 - probably the same person

HUNT, Benjamin mounted police sergeant Gawler 1861 Memorial 388/179

HUNT, Benjamin Pickworth Mounted police force sergeant Gawler 1863 Memorial 247/191

HUNT, Benjamin police inspector Adelaide 1865 Application 6680

HUNT, Benjamin Pickworth police inspector Penola 1872 Memorial 133/262

No 1

HUNT, Charles labourer Hindmarsh 1846 Memorial 263/6

HUNT, Charles labourer Pt Gawler 1849 Memorial 330/16

HUNT, Charles [formerly labourer Hindmarsh but now] farmer Section 7551 Hundred of Pt Adelaide 1849. Memorial 235/17

HUNT, Charles farmer Pt Gawler 1853[-1864] Memorial 224/56

HUNT, Charles farmer Gawler River 1854[-1858] Memorial 250/65

HUNT, Charles farmer Lower Light 1868 Memorial 92/244

No 2

HUNT, Charles contractor Mt Lyndhurst and Mary Ann Hunt his wife 1893 Memorial 37/418

HUNT, Edmund gentleman Milburne Creek 1883 Memorial 182/346

HUNT, Edward farmer Willunga 1905 Memorial 215/452

HUNT, Edward James farmer Myponga 1877 Memorial 185/300

HUNT, Edwin publican Adelaide (Black Swan North Tce) 1854[-1857] Memorial 429/63

No 1

HUNT, Edwin James sheep farmer Yankalilla 1881 Memorial 230/330

HUNT, Edwin James butcher Yankalilla 1890 Memorial 120/404

HUNT, Edwin James butcher Yankalilla 1895 Application 22976

HUNT, Edwin James sheep farmer Yankalilla 1898 Application 23658

HUNT, Edwin James butcher and dealer Yankalilla, died 24/9/1918 North Tce, Adelaide. Husband of Alice Jane Hunt. Father of Alice Jane ROADS wife of Henry Roads painter and house decorator Aldinga, Matthew James Edwin Hunt and and Walter Joseph Hunt both of Yankalilla. Estate worth £755 Memorial 197/522

HUNT, Edwin James butcher and dealer Yankalilla, died 24/9/1918. Husband of Alice Jane Hunt. The Hunts bought a house called Normanville Cottage at Normanville, on pt Section 1014 Hundred of Yankalilla. A Mr TAVERNER erected another two rooms onto a two-roomed building already there c1898. The Hunt daughter, Alice Jane ROADS wife of Henry Roads painter Yankalilla 1948, declared that she had been born on 7/6/1884 at Myponga and straightway went to live in Yankalilla Application 28600

HUNT, Edwin John contractor Hundred of Seymour land grant 1900 Grant Book 54 Page 123 County Russell

HUNT, Elsie married woman Prospect 1935 Application 27987

HUNT, Evan labourer Adelaide 1853 Memorial 406/52

No 1

HUNT, Francis Robert gentleman Hahndorf 1852[-1859] Memorial 481/42

HUNT, Francis Robert, Alfred von Doussa, Christian JAENSCH, Thomas MAYO, GA SCHUETZE, Adolph GRUMMET Peter WITHERS, C BODE, Samuel ILLINGWORTH, Gottlob JAENSCH, Eduard LANGE, Alexander LOWE, Carl BUERMANN, James GREENFIELD, Carl RODERT, Friedrich HERZOG, and Heinrich MARTIN paid £20 to Samuel ILLINGWORTH and Adolph GRUMMET for a Government mineral lease over Section 407 near Hahndorf and 'to work the same for the mutual advantage of all parties concerned' 1861 Memorial 140/180

HUNT, Frank farmer Pinnaroo. Hundred of Pinnaroo land grant 1927 Grant Book 12 Page 55 County Chandos

HUNT, Frank Latson farmer Encounter Bay 1860 Memorial 116/225

HUNT, Frank William storeman Goodwood and Mabel Constance Hunt his wife 1920 Application 26860

No 1

HUNT, Frederick farmer Encounter Bay Hundred of Coolinong land grant 1879 Grant Book 54 Page 145 County Russell

No 2

HUNT, Frederick butcher Wellington on the Murray Hundred of Seymour land grant 1899 Grant Book 54 Page 123 County Russell

HUNT, Frederick John, Herbert Dennis Hunt and Ernest Edward Hunt farmers Morphett Vale 1924 Memorial 166/489

No 1

HUNT, George wine merchant Adelaide 1848 Memorial 461/12

HUNT, George wine merchant Adelaide 1853 Memorial 418/50

No 2

HUNT, George farmer Morialta 1852[-1858] Memorial 222/44

HUNT, George farmer formerly of Morialta near Magill 1858 but now of Magill 1867 Application 8845

No 3

HUNT, George saddler Adelaide 1865 Memorial 256/203

No 4

HUNT, George carpenter Koolunga trustee Cemetery Koolunga Hundred of Koolunga land grant 1878 Grant Book 55 Page 186 County Stanley

No 5 - perhaps the same person

HUNT, George and John farmer Myponga 1883 Memorial 147/381

HUNT, George farmer Wattle Flat near Yankalilla 1892 Application 22198

HUNT, George farmer Myponga 1897 Application 23435

No 6

HUNT, George draper Adelaide 1888 Application 21525

No 7

HUNT, George builder McLaren Vale 1892[-1900] Memorial 68/413

HUNT, George formerly builder and mason but now gardener McLaren Vale 1918 Memorial 79/477

HUNT, George formerly builder but now gardener McLaren Vale 1918 Application 26726

HUNT, George gardener McLaren Vale, father of Edgar Luke Hunt mason McLaren Vale, in connection with ownership of an allotment in Gloucester township 1922 Application 27063

No 1 - perhaps the same person

HUNT, Henry farmer Hope Valley 1872 Memorial 30/261

HUNT, Henry carter Tea Tree Gully, died 7/11/1893 intestate. Husband of Mary Anne Hunt of Houghton Memorial 166/421

HUNT, Henry carter Tea Tree Gully, died 7/11/1893 Adelaide intestate, a bachelor and without a father. Letters of administration to his mother, Mary Anne Hunt widow Houghton. Estate worth £48 1902 Application 24442

No 2

HUNT, Henry Harry of Mt Barker 1872 Application 12335

HUNT, Eliza widow Mt Barker 1889-1920, died 4/2/1920 [Mrs Harry Hunt nee Eliza MOSLEY]. Her estate to remain in trust until all of her children had died, after which the trustees had to sell the residual estate. Trustees – Earld Alexander Hunt farmer Mt Barker and Henry Bruce Chapman licensed land broker Mt Barker. Charles Henry Mosley Hunt farmer Mt Barker purchased the real estate in 1956 Application 28804

No 3

HUNT, Henry blacksmith Wirrabara. Trustee Institute Wirrabara Hundred of Appila land grant 1885 Grant Book 24 Page 512 County Frome

HUNT, Henry Bess storekeeper Broughton. Broughton [later Redhill] township allotment land grant 1871 Grant Book 14 Page 494 County Daly

No 1

HUNT, HW clerk to Messrs BRAY & SHERIDAN solicitors Adelaide 1876[-1882] Memorial 100/287

HUNT, Henry William clerk to Messrs BRAY and SHERIDAN solicitors Adelaide 1881 Application 18907

HUNT, HW articled clerk to Messrs BRAY, FOSTER & HACKETT solicitors Adelaide 1885 Memorial 186/369

HUNT, HW solicitor Adelaide (Royal Exchange) 1892 Application 22405

HUNT, HW solicitor Adelaide 1894[-1904] Memorial 23/423

HUNT, Herbert James engineer Goodwood 1928 Application 27669

No 1

HUNT, Isaac Needham drover Willunga 1921 Memorial 37/483

HUNT, Isaac Needham farmer Willunga 1922 Memorial 62/486

No 1 - probably the same person

HUNT, IH clerk Adelaide 1926 Memorial 101a/496

HUNT, Ivan Henry licensed landbroker Goodwood 1955 Memorial 173/530

No 1

HUNT, James farmer Upper Sturt. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1850 Grant Book 1 Page 20 County Adelaide

HUNT, James farmer Upper Sturt 1851[-1863] Memorial 82/29

No 2

HUNT, James farmer Chain of Ponds 1860 Memorial 124/163

HUNT, James dairyman Chain of Ponds 1868 Memorial 246/228

HUNT, James formerly dairyman Chain of Ponds 1854 but now farmer Kersbrook 1875 Application 14460

HUNT, James labourer Kersbrook 1880 Application 18140

No 3

HUNT, James farmer Booyoolie Co Victoria Hundred of Coonatto land grant 1882 Grant Book 24 Page 805 County Frome

No 4 – perhaps the same person

HUNT, James farmer near Moonta 1883 Memorial 146/351

HUNT, James teamster Moonta. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1884 Grant Book 14 Page 89 County Daly

HUNT, James farmer Cross Roads. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1899 Grant Book 14 Page 93 County Daly

No 5

HUNT, James licensed victualler Sydney NSW, power of attorney to James ANGUS contractor Sydney, shortly to proceed to the Northern Territory, power of attorney to manage his business interests there 25/4/1887 Deposit 109/1887

No 1

HUNT, John builder Adelaide (Fisher Place) 1847 Memorial 25/9

HUNT, John mason Richmond 1847. Foundation trustee Hindmarsh Primitive Methodist Chapel Section 94 Survey A Memorial 437/8

HUNT, John gentleman formerly of Adelaide 1839 but now of South Richmond 1850 Application 3336

HUNT, John farmer South Richmond, and Eliza Hunt, his wife 1851[-1860] Memorial 72/34

HUNT, John farmer South Richmond made his will 7/4/1860. His estate to his wife Eliza Hunt absolutely. Executors Charles John EVERARD gentleman Marshfield, and John STEAD grocer and plasterer Wright St, Adelaide Deposit 153/1881

HUNT, John builder Adelaide 1841. He died 1/8/1869 Adelaide Lunatic Asylum, of senile dementia, aged 62. His wife, Eliza Hunt, lived at South Richmond Application 11689

HUNT, Eliza widow South Richmond 1871, relict of the late John Hunt formerly builder Adelaide 1841 Application 11689

HUNT, Eliza widow Richmond, died 30/12/1872. Aunt to Thomas HEAD chemist Laisterdyke, Yorks, England. John Head grocer and plasterer Adelaide (Wright St) mentioned in connection with her husband's affairs in 1860 Memorials 235 & 236/333

No 2

HUNT, John gentleman Adelaide 1838 by 1848 gentleman Marion. Husband of Eliza Henrietta Hunt Application 28713

HUNT, John gentleman Marion and Eliza Henrietta Hunt his wife 1848 Memorial 367/11

No 3

HUNT, John farmer Thornington near Kensington 1850 Memorial 496/23

HUNT, John farmer Thornington near Kensington by 1850, died 9/7/1860 intestate, of paralysis, aged 60. He left a widow called Elizabeth Hunt and an only child, called Isabella Hunt, his heiress at law. George Lancelot REED HM Civil Service Heathpool 1877 declared that he was a nephew of Elizabeth Hunt. By 1877, Isabella Hunt had returned to England where she lived at Heathpool in Co Northumberland. Henry Edward BRIGHT MP Willaston declared that he had known the Hunt family extremely well for many years Application 15809

HUNT, Isabella spinster Heathpool, Northumberland, England, and Elizabeth HUNT of the same address, power of attorney to Henry Edward BRIGHT Esquire Gawler, to sell all SA real estate of John HUNT farmer Thornington SA, who died intestate 9/7/1860. The Hunt women his only child and wife respectively 8/12/1876 Deposit 28/1877

No 4

HUNT, John of the Nockami Diggings 1864 Memorial 304/199

No 5 - likely a mixture of the Elder and the Younger

HUNT, John farmer Myponga 1865 Application 6492

HUNT, John farmer Myponga Hundred of Redhill land grant 1879 Grant Book 14 Page 371 County Daly

HUNT, John Senr farmer Myponga 1885 Application 20404

HUNT, John farmer Myponga 1884 Memorial 84/359

HUNT, John sheep farmer Myponga. Myponga Institute trustee 1891 Memorial 148/407

No 6

HUNT, John farmer East Wellington Hundred of Seymour land grant 1866 Grant Book 53 Page 84 County Russell

HUNT, John farmer near East Wellington Murray River Hundred of Seymour land grant 1880[-1881] Grant Book 54 Page 119 County Russell

HUNT, John farmer Cooke Plains Hundred of Coolinong land grant 1881[-1889] Grant Book 54 Page 147 County Russell

HUNT, John farmer Hundred of Seymour Hundred of Seymour land grant 1884 Grant Book 54 Page 122 County Russell

No 7

HUNT, John labourer Goyder Plains Hundred of Beaufort land grant 1882 Grant Book 56 Page 449 County Stanley

No 8 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

HUNT, John the Younger farmer Custon 1887 Memorial 193/386

HUNT, John farmer Custon Tatiara 1891 Memorial 237/406

HUNT, John the Younger farmer Carew. Hundred of Wirrega land grant 1911 Grant Book 7 Page 52 County Buckingham.

HUNT, John the Younger farmer Wirrega. Hundred of Wirrega land grant 1912 Grant Book 7 Page 53 County Buckingham

HUNT, John the Elder farmer Custon. Hundred of Tatiara land grant 1912 Grant Book 7 Page 23 County Buckingham

No 9

HUNT, John farmer Cooke Plains Co Russell. Hundred of Tatiara land grant 1890 Grant Book 7 Page 17 County Buckingham

No 10

HUNT, John builder Adelaide 1897 Application 23396

No 1

HUNT, John Attlee gentleman North Adelaide 1853[-1854] Memorial 146/63

HUNT, John Attlee gentleman North Adelaide and Walkerville 1855 Memorial 424/88

HUNT, John Atlee gentleman of North Adelaide and Walkerville, about to leave the province, power of attorney to William TOWNSEND auctioneer Norwood, to manage his SA business affairs 29/1/1855 Deposit 411/1855

No 1

HUNT, John Charles carpenter Mintaro 1906 Memorial 54/456

HUNT, John Charles formerly carpenter Mintaro but now out of business Kensington Park 1934 Memorial 16/508

No 1

HUNT, John Mitchell labourer Adelaide 1853 Memorial 402/55

HUNT, John Mitchell labourer Stepney 1858 Memorial 274/143

No 1

HUNT, John Vincent wheelwright Modbury 1883[-1890] Memorial 92/349

HUNT, John Vincent blacksmith Modbury 1892 Application 22228

HUNT, John Vincent wheelwright formerly of Modbury but now of Payneham 1892 Memorial 30/414

HUNT, John Vincent wheelwright Payneham 1894 Memorial 90/420

HUNT, Joseph proprietor White Hart Skittle Saloon Adelaide (Peel St) 1883 Memorial 97/348

No 1 - likely to be the same person

HUNT, Josiah farmer Para Plains 1852[-1855] Memorial 334/40

HUNT, Josiah of Salisbury 1871 Memorial 175/252

HUNT, Josiah farmer Salisbury 1877 Application 15843

HUNT, Josiah farmer Salisbury 1890 Application 21876

No 2

HUNT, Josiah farmer near Steelton 1864 Application 5378

HUNT, Josiah farmer near Saddleworth 1866. He could not write Application 7416

No 2

No 1 - likely to be the same person

HUNT, Leo G law clerk Hahndorf 1887 Memorial 159/388

HUNT, Leo G law clerk Adelaide 1899 Memorial 243/437

HUNT, Leonard Bethune farmer Streaky Bay adopted Douglas James JOYCE farmer Streaky Bay and changed his name to Douglas James Hunt 1940 Memorial 146/514

HUNT, Lizzie Lawson widow Houghton 1920. Possibly a family connection with Trustaw Henry Hunt labourer Hope Valley Application 26907

No 1

HUNT, Matthew labourer Marion 1849 Memorial 494/15 Farmer late of Marion now of White Gully 1850 Memorial 151/25

HUNT, Matthew farmer The Sturt 1855 Memorial 111/87

HUNT, Matthew labourer Marion 1855 Memorial 180/88

No 2 - perhaps continued from No 1

HUNT, Matthew farmer Flagstaff Hill 1859 Memorial 153/163

HUNT, Matthew farmer Retreat Farm near Myponga 1862 Memorial 144/185

HUNT, Matthew farmer Myponga 1865 Application 6829.

HUNT, Matthew farmer Myponga 1879 Memorial 243/314

HUNT, Matthew farmer formerly of Flagstaff Hill 1859 but now of Myponga 1874 Application 13401

No 3 - perhaps continued from No 2

HUNT, Matthew farmer Inman Valley 1884 Memorial 101/361

HUNT, Matthew sheep farmer Inman Valley 1894 Application 22675

HUNT, Matthew Edwin James out of business Yankalilla, aged 80 years in 1958, declared that he had lived in the area all his life Application 29284

No 1

HUNT, Nicholas James mariner Pt Adelaide 1854 Memorial 240/75

HUNT, Nicholas James formerly mariner Pt Adelaide, left in October 1853 to become a miner at Dry Diggings near Daylesford Vic. He was still there in 1892 Application 22349

No 1

HUNT, Oliver farmer Naracoorte Naracoorte (Hundred ofNaracoorte) township allotment land grant 1865 Grant Book 50 Page 305 County Robe

HUNT, Oliver mason Naracoorte Hundred of Naracoorte land grant 1877 Grant Book 50 Page 109 County Robe

HUNT, Oliver farmer Narracoorte 1891 Memorial 164/408

HUNT, Oswald solicitor Adelaide 1904 Memorial 141/452

HUNT, Peter farmer Myponga 1893 Memorial 10/418

No 1

HUNT, Robert gardener Mitcham 1853[-1865] Memorial 5/56

No 2

HUNT, Robert of Angas Park 1857 Memorial 192/137

No 3

HUNT, Robert farmer Keilli Hundred of Barunga land grant 1888 Grant Book 14 Page 476 County Daly

HUNT, RH butcher Nuriootpa 1855 Memorial 332/92

No 1

HUNT, Robert Henry sheepfarmer Inman Valley Newland (Hundred of Encounter Bay) township allotment land grant 1886 Grant Book 37 Page 335 County Hindmarsh

HUNT, Robert Henry grazier Myponga Co Hindmarsh. Parilla (Hundred of Parilla) township allotment land grant 1909 Grant Book 12 Page 112 County Chandos

HUNT, Ruth grazier Buckingham 1902 Memorial 155/446

HUNT, Stewart Matthew limeburner Milang 1925[-1927] Memorial 91/493

No 1

HUNT, Thomas farmer Adelaide 1851 Memorial 128/35

No 2

HUNT, Thomas farmer Hope Valley 1855[-1861] Memorial 446/91

No 3

HUNT, Thomas mariner Pt Adelaide 1861 Memorial 168/178

No 4

HUNT, Thomas farmer Bordertown. Hundred of Tatiara land grant 1875 Grant Book 7 Page 5 County Buckingham.

HUNT, Thomas farmer Custon. Hundred of Wirrega land grant 1912 Grant Book 7 Page 53 County Buckingham

No 5

HUNT, Thomas sheepfarmer Kalangadoo trustee Institute Kalangadoo Kalangadoo East (Hundred of Grey) allotment land grant 1898 Grant Book 31 Page 354 County Grey

HUNT, Tom Edwin farmer Cooke Plains. Hundred of Coolinong land grant 1878 Grant Book 54 Page 144 County Russell

No 1

HUNT, Trusten Henry farmer and William Hunt gardener both of Hope Valley 1918 Memorial 143/476

HUNT, Trusten Henry farmer Hope Valley 1936 Memorial 178/509

HUNT, Trusten Henry farmer Hope Valley 1942 Application 28331

HUNT, Trusten Henry apiarist Hope Valley, aged 65 in 1949, declared that he had lived in Hope Valley for 36 years Application 28536

HUNT, Trusten Henry apiarist Hope Valley 1950, declared that he had lived in Hope Valley for over 40 years Application 28196

HUNT, W clerk Kent Town 1881 Memorial 134/331

No 1

HUNT, Walter gardener Tea Tree Gully 1901 Memorial 112/443

HUNT, Walter formerly gentleman Hope Valley (or gardener Tea Tree Gully) but then an inmate of the Parkside Lunatic Asylum, died 10/8/1910 intestate Memorials 224 & 226/463

No 1

HUNT, William and Ebenezer mercers Shoreditch, Middlesex, England purchased land in the Wiltshire Special Survey 1845 Memorial 32/7

HUNT, William and Ebenezer appointed Anthony FORSTER merchant of Jeffrey’s Square, St Mary’s Axe, London as their attorney 29/12/1845. Now, power of attorney to sell Section 657, Wiltshire Special Survey at £3 an acre, in two years, at 10%. Feb 1852 Enrolment 81/13

No 2 – probably the Elder

HUNT, William wheelwright Mintaro 1855[-1870] Memorial 86/91

HUNT, William builder Mintaro 1870 Application 10885

HUNT, William carpenter Mintaro 1871 Memorial 204/254

HUNT, William the Elder builder Mintaro Co Stanley. Booyoolie (later part of Gladstone Hundred of Booyoolie) township allotment land grant 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 318 County Victoria

HUNT, William builder Mintaro 1890 Memorial 149/404

No 3 – the Younger

HUNT, William the Younger builder Saddleworth Co Light. Laura (Hundred of Booyoolie) township allotment land grant 1873 Grant Book 60 Page 454 County Victoria

HUNT, William the Younger builder Laura Booyoolie (later part of Gladstone Hundred of Booyoolie) township allotment land grant 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 313 County Victoria

HUNT, William the Younger builder Laura Co Victoria. Yongala (Hundred of Yongala) township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 13 Page 150 County Dalhousie

HUNT, William the Younger builder Laura Co Victoria. Hundred of Appila land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 507 County Frome

No 4

HUNT, William farmer Hope Valley 1870 Memorial 142/245

HUNT, William farmer formerly of Hope Valley but now of Minlaton Gum Flat Yorke Peninsula 1877 Memorial 213/299

HUNT, William farmer Hope Valley Hundred of Koolywurtie land grant 1882 Grant Book 19 Page 314 County Fergusson

HUNT, William farmer Koolywurtie Hundred of Koolywurtie land grant 1891 Grant Book 19 Page 315 County Fergusson

HUNT, Wiliam farmer formerly of Hope Valley but now of Minlaton 1891 Memorial 52/410

HUNT, William farmer Minlaton and Maria Jane Hunt his wife 1893[-1905] Memorial 208/416

HUNT, William farmer formerly of Hope Valley but now of Minlaton 1896 Application 23152

No 5

HUNT, William carter Kilkenny and Hannah Hunt his wife 1883 Memorial 127/349

HUNT, William carter Kilkenny 1883[-1884] Memorial 97/351

No 6 - perhaps a continuation of No 5

HUNT, William rented a home in Beverley on the Port Road for £1 a week from Henry WOODCOCK in 1884 Application 20309

No 7

HUNT, William farmer Hundred of Hindmarsh Hundred of Hindmarsh land grant 1898 Grant Book 30 Page 206 County Grey

HUNT, William Henry of Mt Templeton 1900 Memorial 145/441

No 1

HUNTER, Alexander miner New st, Slamannan, Co Stirling, Scotland, son of George Hunter railway porter Gawler South who died 12/7/1885. Other children included Elizabeth WATSON nee Hunter, Janet Hunter and Isabella SMITH Memorial 128/372

No 2

HUNTER, Alexander carpenter Pt Adelaide 1897[-1903] Memorial 244/432, Application 24561

HUNTER, Alexander McLean Esquire Mt Gambier 1850 Memorial 59/23

No 1

HUNTER, Andrew farmer Currency Creek 1889 Memorial 23/400

HUNTER, Andrew farm labourer formerly of Currency Creek and Hindmarsh Island but now of Goolwa 1906 Memorial 216/454

HUNTER, Andrew dairyman Milang 1918 Memorial 145/476

HUNTER, Andrew formerly dairyman but then retired Milang, died 20/1/1943. Executor; Andrew Balfour Gustavus railway shunter Pt Pirie Memorial 33/517

HUNTER, Andrew retired Milang, died c1938. Husband of Catherine Ann Hunter, who died 18/11/1946 Strathalbyn. Parents of Andrew Balfour Gustaver railway shunter Pt Pirie Memorial 88/522

HUNTER, Andrew Balfour Gustaver railway employee Sedan 1923 Memorial 118/489

HUNTER, Arthur Carr settler Kalangadoo Run 1866 Memorial 120/212

HUNTER, David and Robert gardeners Fifth Creek 1897 Memorial 104/431

No 1

HUNTER, Edward and Joseph labourers Gawler River 1849 Memorial 464/16

HUNTER, Edward and Joseph farmers Gawler River 1849 Memorial 464/16

HUNTER, Edward and Joseph farmers Hutt River Special Survey 1852 Memorial 72/43

HUNTER, Edward farmer Hundred of Clare 1856 Memorial 148/96

HUNTER, Edward farmer Hutt River Special Survey 1856 Memorial 211/98

HUNTER, Edward farmer near Clare 1860 Application 1128

HUNTER, Edward farmer Clare Hundred of Clare land grant 1860 Grant Book 56 Page 43 County Stanley

HUNTER, Edward farmer Cocunga near Clare - Clare Presbyterian Church member 1863 Memorial 272/191

HUNTER, Edward farmer Clare Co Stanley. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1876[-1877] Grant Book 60 Page 122 County Victoria

HUNTER, Florence Emily married woman Evandale 1921 Application 26973

No 1

HUNTER, George labourer Stepney 1854[-1877] Memorial 392/65

No 2

HUNTER, George labourer Upper Dry Creek 1856 Memorial 138/98

HUNTER, George lived on pt Section 5471 Hundred of Yatala. He left the district c1857-1858 Application 19706

No 3

HUNTER, George of Watervale 1858 Memorial 244/139

HUNTER, George gardener formerly of Watervale 1858 but now of Watergate near Strathalbyn 1864 Application 4800

HUNTER, George market gardener Watervale 1900 Application 23998

No 3

HUNTER, George engineer Gawler 1877 Application 16460

FIND

HUNTER, George miner Blackbraes, Muiravouside(?), Co Stirling, Scotland, later railway porter of Gawler South, died 12/7/1885. He left his house and personal estate to his wife and daughter Janet Hunter absolutely, with the other real estate invested in trust to provide the widow an income for life. After her death the real estate to be sold, and the proceeds divided equally absolutely in remainder expectant to his four children - Alexander HUNTER of Scotland,, Elizabeth WATSON nee Hunter of Scotland, Janet Hunter of Australia and Isabella SMITH nee Hunter of Australia. Power of attorney from Elizabeth Watson widow of Alexander Watson Wallacestone near Polmont Station, Co Stirling, Scotland, to John WALLACE Town Hall and Archibald MacDIARMID both solicitors Pt Adelaide - to secure her legal share of the estate of her late father Deposit 18/1886

No 1

HUNTER, George Walter surgeon Mt Barker, power of attorney to John PETER Esquire Mt Barker, to manage his SA business affairs 15/7/1842 Deposit 401/1855

HUNTER, George Walter Esquire Adelaide 1843 Memorial 241/3

HUNTER, Gordon Barber coachbuilder Adelaide 1852[-1853] Memorial 124/39

No 1

HUNTER, James brickmaker Bowden 1841 Farmer Bowden 1848 Application 8444

HUNTER, James farmer Willunga 1846[-1854] Memorial 355/6

No 2

HUNTER, James farmer Sturt River 1853[-1856] Memorial 40/58

No 3

HUNTER, James miller Dry Creek 1854 Memorial 337/61

HUNTER, James wheelwright Dry Creek 1854 Memorial 32/70

HUNTER, James miller Tea Tree Gully 1855[-1859] Memorial 236/82

HUNTER, James corn miller Tea Tree Gully 1858 Memorial 253/137

HUNTER, James farmer Tea Tree Gully 1855 Memorial 29/89

HUNTER, James gentleman Tea Tree Gully, died c1865. He left real estate to Margaret MCKINLAY widow Tea Tree Gully Memorial 160/207

HUNTER, James gentleman Tea Tree Gully, died 14/11/1865. His estate worth £500. His brothers John Hunter and George Hunter to inherit £5 each. Margaret MCKINLAY widow Tea Tree Gully to inherit 6 acres of Section 118 Survey B. The trustees to sell the rest of his estate and set up a trust fund. James Hunter's brothers and sisters, except John and George Hunter, to enjoy the income for life in equal shares. After all the brothers and sisters had died, the trust fund to be shared out in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant amongst their surviving children (except those of John and George Hunter), illegitimate as well as legitimate, once all the children had turned 21 or the girls had married Application 27693

HUNTER, James gentleman Tea Tree Gully died 14/11/1865. £5 each to his brothers George and John Hunter. Several other small bequests. Debts to be paid. The rest of the estate to be sold and the money placed in a trust fund. Any surviving brothers and sister to share equally in the income from the trust fund. After all these beneficiaries had died, the trust fund to be shared out equally absolutely in remainder expectant amongst the surviving children of all the brothers and sisters except George and John Hunter. Samuel HUNTER gardener Devizes, Wilts, England, and Janet HILL nee HUNTER of Franklin St, Adelaide, the surviving siblings eligible to receive a life income. Samuel Hunter died 15/9/1867, and his widow claimed his share of the income under the terms of his brother’s will 8/7/1868, because the trustees had made no payments to him during his lifetime. Sarah Hunter nee SIMMONDS widow of Samuel HUNTER gardener Devizes, Wilts, England, power of attorney to William BAKEWELL and William David SCOTT solicitors Adelaide, to sort this matter out. A certain John RUTHERFORD mason Park Gate, Dumfries, Co Dumfries, Scotland, appointed Arthur Marmaduke HARDY Esquire Adelaide, to sort out his share of the will of James Hunter 30/10/1869 Deposits 162/1868, 13/1880

HUNTER, James gentleman Tea Tree Gully had died. Ann Maria Jannet MANN nee Hunter wife of Henry Mann carpenter Stratford upon Avon, Co Warwick, England, was one of the beneficiaries 1880 Memorial 24/322

No 2

HUNTER, James the Younger gardener Fifth Creek 1908. He and his sister Margaret Hunter were the sole surviving children of the late James Hunter gardener Section 836 Fifth Creek and his wife Robina Hunter nee MCLAREN Application 25422

No 1

HUNTER, James Arthur Carr settler Kalangadoo Run [Section 184 Hundred of Grey] 1863 Memorial 13/191

HUNTER, James Arthur Carr sheep farmer Kalangadoo 1867 Memorial 180/218

HUNTER, James Philip merchant Adelaide 1850 Memorial 351/21

No 1

HUNTER, John Esquire Adelaide 1849 Memorial 283/14

No 2

HUNTER, John farmer North Adelaide 1852 Memorial 46/46

HUNTER, John storekeeper Woodside 1853 Memorial 338/55

HUNTER, John storekeeper Woodside 1879 Memorial 97/316

No 3
HUNTER, John clerk to R ATKINSON solicitor Adelaide 1852 Memorial 301/40

No 4 - perhaps a mixture of the Elder and the Younger

HUNTER, John farmer Watervale 1853 Memorial 74/48

HUNTER, John gardener Donnybrook 1868 Memorial 248/233

HUNTER, John the Younger farmer Donnybrook near Clare 1869[-1870] Memorial 120/238

HUNTER, John greengrocer Clare 1877 Memorial 200/303

HUNTER, John of Clare owned a garden in the Hundred of Moorooroo 1881 Memorial 60/335

HUNTER, John the Younger farmer Clare 1886 Memorial 94/379

No 5

HUNTER, John farmer Hundred of Belvidere 1855 Memorial 388/89

HUNTER, John farmer Stockwell 1863 Application 3838

No 6

HUNTER, John labourer Cox Creek 1856[-1865] Stirling Bible Christian Chapel trustee Memorial 305/112

No 7

HUNTER, John farmer Kapunda Hundred of Neales land grant 1880 Grant Book 17 Page 197 County Eyre

No 8

HUNTER, John and Robert storekeepers Woodside 1887 Application 21291

No 9

HUNTER, John the Younger near Eudunda 1888 Memorial 172/393

No 10

HUNTER, John Co Ltd joint stock company Adelaide (121 Rundle St) 1898[-1901] Memorial 181/435

No 1 - likely to be the same person

HUNTER, Joseph farmer and HUNTER, Edward farmer Hutt River Special Survey Co Stanley 1852 Memorial 72/43

HUNTER, Joseph farmer Gawler River 1855 Memorial 84/88

HUNTER, Julia widow Norwood, died c1884. Executor: Robert Kekwick THRELFALL manager of factories Adelaide Memorial 249/357

HUNTER, Margaret Eliza spinster Adelaide 1856 Memorial 283/109

No 1 - likely to be the same person

HUNTER, Oswald solicitor Adelaide 1904 Memorial 141/452

HUNTER, Oswald solicitor Jamestown 1909 Memorial 10/462

HUNTER, Oswald solicitor Adelaide 1917 Memorial 33/475

No 1 FIND

HUNTER, Peter farmer Adelaide 1842 Memorial 239/99

HUNTER, Peter farmer McLaren Vale 1844 Memorial 432/3

HUNTER, Peter gentleman Tea Tree Gully, died c1871 [date of death apparently not registered]. One sixth of the estate to go to his niece, Anne Maria Jannet MANN, nee Hunter, wife of Henry Mann, carpenter and joiner Warwick upon Avon, Co Warwick, England. She appointed Arthur HARDY and Arthur Marmaduke HARDY of Adelaide, her attorneys. The will had been a source of dispute. Supreme Court order 1/9/1871 to settle claims between John RUTHERFORD and Joseph DARWENT, William FERGUSSON and James CLARK Deposit 67/1880

No 1

HUNTER, Peter Larns farmer Encounter Bay 1849[-1853] Memorial 12/19

HUNTER, Peter Larns farmer Pt Elliot. Hundred of Encounter Bay land grant 1857 Grant Book 36 Page 181 County Hindmarsh

HUNTER, Peter Larns farmer Pt Elliot 1860 Application 1787

HUNTER, Peter Larns out of business Adelaide 1878 Memorial 123/132

HUNTER, Peter Larns formerly publican and storekeeper Adelaide, but now an imprisoned debtor 1879 Memorial 165/320

HUNTER, Peter Larns farmer South Road 1888 Memorial 242/389

No 1

HUNTER, Robert carpenter Adelaide 1867 Application 8072

No 2 – perhaps the same person

HUNTER, Robert wheelwright Wirrabara. Wirrabara township allotment land grant 1877 Grant Book 24 Page 525 County Frome

HUNTER, Robert blacksmith Wilson. Wilson [also known as Kanyaka Siding] (Hundred of Cudlamudla) township allotment land grant 1882 Grant Book 49 Page 167 County Newcastle

HUNTER, R[obert] blacksmith Wilson Hundred of Wonoka Co Blachford [appears to be conflicting information with Wilson township Hundred of Cudlamudla] 1886 Memorial 169/376

HUNTER, Robert blacksmith Wilson [also known as Kanyaka Siding]. Trustee Cemetery Hundred of Cudlamudla. Hundred of Cudlamudla land grant 1889 Grant Book 49 Page 120 County Newcastle

No 3 – perhaps the same person

HUNTER, Robert clerk Adelaide 1895 Memorial 4/424

HUNTER, R clerk Adelaide 1922 Memorial 82/488

No 4

HUNTER, Robert clerk Woodside 1917 Memorial 179/475

No 1

HUNTER, Robert Morris President of the Wesleyan Conference of SA Adelaide. Trustee Wesleyan Methodist Chapel Rhynie 1884 Application 20619

HUNTER, Robert Morris Wesleyan Methodist minister Adelaide President of the SA Methodist Conference 1885 Grant Book 14 Page 420 County Daly

HUNTER, Robert Morris Wesleyan Methodist minister Kooringa 1891 Application 28412

HUNTER, Robina of Fifth Creek 1879 Memorial 120/317

No 1

HUNTER, Thomas of Yankalilla 1856 Memorial 285/96

No 2

HUNTER, Thomas police trooper Pt Elliot 1865 Memorial 192/204

No 3

HUNTER, Thomas miller Bridgewater Co Adelaide. Wirrabara township allotment land grant 1877 Grant Book 24 Page 525 County Frome

HUNTER, Thomas miller Wilmington. Trustee Institute Wilmington Hundred of Willochra land grant 1880 Grant Book 24 Page 541 County Frome

HUNTER, Thomas miller Pt Augusta. Trustee Bible Christian Chapel Pt Augusta 1884 Application 20383

No 4

HUNTER, Thomas of Adelaide 1892 Memorial 2/415

No 1

HUNTER, William farmer Dry Creek 1849 Memorial 437/13

No 2

HUNTER, William labourer Pt Adelaide 1850[-1856] Memorial 120/22

No 3

HUNTER, William the Younger merchant Adelaide 1853[-1868] Memorial 234/57

HUNTER, William and Charles Edward STEVENSON merchants Adelaide carrying on business there under the firm of Hunter & Stevenson & Co 1864 Memorial 169/192

HUNTER, William merchant Adelaide 1893[-1894] Memorial 40/416

No 4

HUNTER, William mariner Pt Adelaide 1854 Memorial 31/72

HUNTER, Eleanor widow of William Hunter of Dunolly Vic 1881. He was formerly a mariner at Pt Adelaide during the 1850s. Her husband had owned Lot 4 in the Gold Diggers Village, Section 1085 Hundred of Pt Adelaide Application 18737

HUNTER, Eleanor widow of William HUNTER formerly of Pt Adelaide, late of Dunolly Vic, who died intestate 26/4/1878, power of attorney to William RUSSELL sailmaker Pt Adelaide, to obtain letters of administration for the said Eleanor Hunter 22/10/1878 Deposit 136/1882

No 5

HUNTER, William farmer Woodside 1854[-1856] Memorial 370/78 Hundred of Pt Gawler land grant 1855 Memorial 429/93

HUNTER, William farmer Gawler River 1855 Memorial 171/88

HUNTER, William farmer formerly of Woodside but now of Pt Gawler 1856 Memorial 240/103

HUNTER, William farmer Pt Gawler 1865 Application 6399

HUNTER, William farmer formerly of Woodside 1855 but now of Two Wells 1872 Application 12266

No 6

HUNTER, William farmer Bugle Ranges 1855 Memorial 468/83

HUNTER, William farmer Mt Barker 1855[-1856] Memorial 9/91 Hundred of Strathalbyn land grant 1856 Memorial 315/103

HUNTER, William farmer Mt Barker 1864 Application 4868

HUNTER, William farmer formerly of Strathalbyn 1856 but now of Mt Barker Creek 1866 Application 7087

No 7

HUNTER, William warehouseman Adelaide 1900 Application 24030

HUNTER, William A, son of WB Hunter importer Adelaide 1885 Application 20624

HUNTER, William Barsham bootdealer Adelaide Yunta township allotment land grant Co Herbert 1887 Grant Book 34 Page 164 County Herbert

No 1

HUNTLEY, George farmer Walkerville 1854 Memorial 431/77

HUNTLEY, George brewer Walkerville 1864[-1885] Memorial 323/192, Application 19194

HUNTLEY, George and BALL, George brewers Walkerville 1860. G Ball had died by 1884 Application 20229

HUNTLEY, George formerly brewer but now out of business Walkerville 1897 Application 23348.

HUNTLEY, George brewer Walkerville and Mary Ann Huntley his wife 1898 Application 23709

HUNTLEY, George brewer Warwick St, Walkerville 1899 Memorial 245/437

HUNTLEY, George brewer Walkerville 1914, declared that he went to live in Warwick St, Walkerville during 1846 and had remained there continuously ever since Application 26408

HUNTLEY, HF clerk Adelaide 1910 Memorial 140/462

HUNWICK, Donald Amias and CLARKSON, Alan James medical practitioners Pt Lincoln 1947 Application 28507

No 1

HUNWICK, Francis storekeeper Brompton 1853 Memorial 265/55

HUNWICK, Francis draper Hindmarsh 1858 Memorial 125/142

HUNWICK, Francis draper Hindmarsh 1860 Application 1052

No 1

HUNWICK, Henry storekeeper formerly of Woodside but now of Hindmarsh 1876 Memorial 16/297

HUNWICK, Henry grocer Hindmarsh 1876 Application 15114

HUNWICK, Henry grocer Hindmarsh Co Adelaide. Crystal Brook (Hundred of Crystal Brook) township allotment land grant 1875[-1880] Grant Book 60 Page 430 County Victoria

HUNWICK, Henry storekeeper Hindmarsh 1881[-1893] Memorial 169/334, Application 19603

HUNWICK, Henry storekeeper Hindmarsh chairman of Directors of the Hindmarsh Loan, Land, Building and Investment Society 1889 Application 21555

HUNWICK, Henry storekeeper Hindmarsh and Frances Sophia Hunwick his wife 1891 Memorial 55/411

HUNWICK, Henry merchant Port Road, Hindmarsh 1894 Memorial 78/420

HUNWICK, H committee member Hindmarsh Loan Land Building and Investement Society on the Permanent Principle Inc 1896 Memorial 247/428

HUNWICK, Henry storekeeper Hindmarsh 1898[-1910] Memorial 237/434

HUNWICK, Henry storekeeper Hindmarsh, died 30/3/1911. Father of Henry Charles Moore Hunwick and William Alfred Hunwick storekeeper's assistants Hindmarsh Memorial 150/479

HUNWICK, Henry storekeeper Hindmarsh, died 30/3/1911. Henry Charles Moore Hunwick out of business College Park and William Alfred Hunwick storekeeper Hindmarsh were executors for his will Application 26856

HUNWICK, John farmer Koolunga 1886 Memorial 128/374

HUNWICK, Thomas draper Hindmarsh 1886 Memorial 153/376

HUON, Charles Louis gentleman Adelaide 1842 Memorial 382/1

No 1 - likely to be the same person

HUPFELD, Wilhelm labourer Virginia 1867[-1871] Memorial 70/227

HUPFELD, Wilhelm labourer Whitwarta 1882 Memorial 127/338

HUPFELD, Wilhelm farmer Balaklava 1893 Memorial 221/419

HUPPATZ, August farmer Saddleworth 1881[-1918] Memorial 238/330, Applications 18565, 26727

No 1 - perhaps the same person

HUPPATZ, Friedrich farmer Saddleworth 1876 Memorial 166/288

HUPPATZ, Friedrich farmer Eurelia 1887 Memorial 47/384

HUPPATZ, Friedrich August farmer Saddleworth Co Light. Hundred of Schomburgk land grant 1911 Grant Book 9 Page 219 County Burra

HUPPATZ, Friedrich Carl farmer Robertstown 1880[-1882] Memorials 69 & 70/348

HUPPATZ, Frederick Conrad farmer Riverton 1950 Memorial 113/524

No 1

HUPPATZ, Heinrich farmer Robertstown 1884[-1885] Memorial 61/360

HUPPATZ, Heinrich farmer Robertstown Co Eyre. Hundred of Bright land grant 1917 Grant Book 9 Page 50 County Burra

HUPPATZ, James Francis farmer Hundred of Eurelia Co Dalhousie 1888 Memorial 109/394

No 1 - perhaps mixture of the Elder and the Younger

HUPPATZ, Johann farmer Hundred of Gilbert 1860 Memorial 45/162

HUPPATZ, Johann farmer Section 506 Hundred of Gilbert 1860 Memorial 181/166

HUPPATZ, Johann farmer Peter's Hill near Riverton 1874 Memorial 248/275

HUPPATZ, Johann and Carl farmers near Riverton 1877 Application 16458

HUPPATZ, Johann farmer Oladdie linked with Martin Anton Huppatz farmer Eurelia 1886 Memorial 48/374

HUPPATZ, Johann farmer Johnburg 1887 Memorial 83/388

HUPPATZ, Johann Eduard of Carrieton 1888 Memorial 78/390

HUPPATZ, Walter Joseph saddler Clare and Olive Ann Huppatz, his wife 1953 Application 28938

HUPPATZ, Wilhelm Friedrich farmer Robertstown 1881 Memorial 176/338

No 1

HURCOMB, George Albert dairyman Henley Beach 1926 Application 27483

HURCOMB, George Albert out of business formerly of Henley Beach but now of Ashford 1937 Memorial 183/511

No 1

HURCOMBE, William drayman Brompton 1862 Memorial 167/182

HURCOMBE, William labourer Hindmarsh 1868 Application 9593

No 1

HURD, Jonathan farmer labourer Unley 1867 Application 8956

HURD, Jonathan linked with the Hundred of Balaklava 1877 Memorial 140/297

HURD, Jonathan labourer Bowden Hundred of Balaklava land grant 1882 Grant Book 26 Page 114 County Gawler

HURD, William sheep farmer Outalpa 1876 Memorial 136/289

HURDITCH, George labourer Goodwood 1855 Memorial 251/80

HURFORD, George carpenter Salisbury 1858 Memorial 70/148

HURFORD, Jack Francis soldier Goolwa 1945 Memorial 1/519

HURLE (sometimes called EARL), Alfred labourer Glenelg and Matilda Hurle his wife formerly Matilda WELCH widow of the late Thomas Welch formerly bricklayer Glenelg now deceased 1868 Memorial 34/235

No 1

HURLE, Joseph Thomas labourer Auburn, died 24/12/1919. Husband of Agnes Matilda Hurle. Estate worth £150 Memorial 156/480

HURLE, Agnes Matilda widow Auburn, died 22/6/1942. Executors; William Cecil WILLIS of Struan and Adelbert Ambrose Willis railway employe Smithfield. Mother of Kathleen Teresa GRAHAM of Auburn. Grandmother of Patricia Joan Graham, Maureen Teresa Graham, Brian Thomas Graham and Andrew Roland Graham Memorial10/517

HURLE, Thomas fireman Auburn 1878 Memorial 219/309

HURLE, Thomas labourer Auburn, died 1/5/1905. Father of Annie BENNETT wife of William Bennett printer Prospect. George labourer Auburn also mentioned - perhaps a son? Estate worth £70 Memorial 43/454

HURLEY, Catherine widow Marion 1880 Memorial 146/322

HURLEY, George wheelwright Pt Elliot 1857[-1862] Memorial 135/124

HURLEY, Joel Badman M clerk of the local court Two Wells 1893 Memorial 180/417

No 1

HURLEY, Julia spinster Kensington 1882 Memorial 88/343

HURLEY, Julia spinster Kensington, about to depart from the province for a period, power of attorney to John Chichester PHILLIPS land agent Adelaide, to manage her SA business affairs 22/3/1882 Deposit 196/1882

HURLEY, Michael labourer Marion 1863 Application 3820

HURLEY, Michael Robert farmer East Glenelg 1914 Application 26316

HURLEY, Patrick RC priest Kingston Tce, Lower North Adelaide 1917 Memorial 95/475

No 1 - perhaps the same person

HURLING, John shoemaker formerly of North Adelaide but now of Morphett Vale 1848 Memorial 238/10

HURLING, John formerly shoemaker Morphett Vale 1849 but now farmer Stockport on the Gilbert 1863 Application 4069

HURLING, John the Elder farmer Hundred of Light near Stockport, died c1868. He left farm land to his sons, Richard William Hurling, John Hurling the Younger and James Hurling farmers The Gilbert. They had to pay their mother, Elizabeth Hurling, £50 a year 'paid into the National Bank of Kapunda by instalments'. The sons also had to pay their sisters, Mary Ann Hurling and Elizabeth Hurling, £20 each a year in instalments after their mother died until the time that the girls married Memorial 84/230

HURN, Thomas orchardist Angaston 1909 Memorial 65/462

HURN, Walter orchardist Springhead near Angaston (son of William Hurn) died 25/10/1935. He left his whole £6,918 estate to his wife, Janet Morton Hurn. The Walter Hurns married 16/4/1903 Application 28034

No 1

HURN, William farmer Tarrawatta 1853[-1855] Memorial 172/56

HURN, William farmer Angaston 1889 Application 21739

HURN, William nurseryman and farmer Springhead near Angaston, died 14/12/1916. Estate worth £36,800. He left his personal estate, the right to live in his house for life, and £4,000, to his wife, Celia Hurn. Various bequests to his children, Thomas Hurn, Sarah Hurn, William Hurn, Annie Watson, Charles Hurn, and Amy SIMPSON, grandchildren Amy OWEN and Elsie THORN. 1918 Application 26735

HURN, William the Elder nurseryman and farmer Springhead near Angaston, died c1918. Father of William Hurn the Younger out of business Iron Knob. Executors; Celia Hurn, Carl Friedrich Wilhelm DECHERT and John Edward Swann Memorial 94/476

HURN, William the Elder nurseryman and farmer Springhead near Angaston, died 14/12/1916. Husband of Celia Hurn. Father of Sarah Hurn, Thomas Hurn, William Hurn the Younger, Annie WATSON, Charles Hurn, Alfred Hurn, Amy SIMPSON, and Walter Hurn. Grandfather of Amy OWEN and Elsie THORN. Executors; Carl Friedrich Wilhelm DECHERT gentleman Magill Rd, Norwood and Johann Eduard SWANN merchant Angaston. Estate worth £36,000 Memorial 162/477

HURRELL, Allen labourer Pt Lincoln 1920 Memorial 166/481

HURRELL, George labourer Sheringa 1909 Memorial 30/462

No 1 – the Elder

HURRELL, Isaac carter Mitcham 1850[-1854] Memorial 197/21

HURRELL, Isaac carter Mitcham. Hundred of Munno Para land grant 1850 Grant Book 1 Page 94 County Adelaide

HURRELL, Isaac yeoman Adelaide 1852 Memorial 307/42

HURRELL, Isaac carter Adelaide 1853[-1854] Hundred of Encounter Bay land purchase Memorial 486/54

HURRELL, Isaac farmer Meadows 1860 [His inclusion unclear here. Bought Hundred of Encounter Bay land] Memorial 119/169

HURRELL, Isaac farmer Inman Valley 1863 Application 4524

HURRELL, Isaac of Inman Valley, died early 1870s. He left his entire estate in specific bequests to his son, Isaac Hurrell the Younger and the testator's daughter, Mary SWEETMAN. Also bequests to the testator's grandchildren, Henry Alfred Hurrell, Maria Hurrell, Robert Isaac Sweetman and Mary Maria Ann Sweetman, all under the age of 21 Memorial 142/277

HURRELL, Isaac farmer Inman Valley, died 7/3/1874. Executors; Henry BOUNDY farmer Inman Valley and John YATES teacher Inman Valley. Estate worth £80. Father of Isaac Hurrell the Younger, Mary SWEETMAN. Grandfather of Henry Alfred Hurrell, Maria Hurrell, Robert Isaac Sweetman and Mary Maria Ann Sweetman Memorial 198/460

No 2 – the Younger

HURRELL, Isaac farmer Inman Valley Hundred of Encounter Bay land grant 1892 Grant Book 36 Page 91 County Hindmarsh

HURRELL, Isaac farmer Inman Valley 1901 Memorial 32/443

HURRELL, Isaac farmer Inman Valley, died 11/12/1923. Husband of Lydia Hurrell. Father of Annie Hurrell, Alice Alma BOUNDY, Henry Alfred Hurrell (formerly farmer Ashbourne 1912 but now engineer Murray Bridge 1923), Ernest George Hurrell, Frederick Hurrell, Albert Ward Hurrell, Leonard Victor Hurrell and Herbert Roy Hurrell. Estate worth £1,875 Memorial 89/491

HURRELL, MA housewife Sheringa 1905 Memorial 164/452

HURRELL, Maria spinster Inman Valley, died 17/11/1897 intestate. Daughter of Isaac Hurrell farmer and grazier Inman Valley. Estate worth £200 Memorial 36/463

HURRELL, Rose widow Lake Wangary near Pt Lincoln 1910 Application 25731

No 1

HURRELL, Walter Gordon apiarist Pt Lincoln 1928 Memorial 179/498

HURRELL, Walter Gordon motor mechanic Pt Lincoln 1929 Application 27771

HURRELL, William Henry labourer Lake Wangary Hundred of Lake Wangary land grant 1904 Grant Book 179 Page 256 County Flinders

HURREN, Frank Emery engineer Montrose Ave, Netherby 1941 Memorial 106/515

HURST, Amy Evis married woman Davis St, Willaston 1951, declared that she had lived her whole life in Willaston Application 28794

HURST, Frederick John bootmaker Adelaide (Leigh St) 1854[1856] Memorial 200/70

HURST, Harvey and Herbert farmers Houghton 1858 Memorial 194/133

No 1

HURST, Henry Laughton clerk Adelaide (Angas St) 1859[-1867] Memorial 178/150

HURST, Henry Laughton gentleman Adelaide 1872 Memorial 20/262

HURST, Herbert farmer Dutton Hundred of Dutton land grant 1880[-1886] Grant Book 17 Page 91 County Eyre

HURST, Joel Culmer farm labourer Truro Hundred of Redhill land grant 1879 Grant Book 14 Page 371 County Daly

No 1

HURST, John farmer Lyndoch Valley 1856[-1860] Memorial 54/97

HURST, John farmer formerly of Lyndoch Valley but now of Levi's Waterhole near Truro 1861 Memorial 274/172

No 2 - perhaps continuation of No 1. Bought land in Truro

HURST, John bootmaker Angaston 1857[-1876] Memorial 178/131

HURST, John shoemaker Angaston 1861 Application 2080

No 1 - def two different people but likely to be related

HURST, John Witherden master mariner Pt Jackson NSW 1855[-1865] Memorial 147/89

HURST, Witherden baker Thebarton 1855 Memorial 389/85

No 1 - most likely the same person

HURST, Sarah H widow Adelaide. HL Hurst mentioned but not described 1884 Memorial 12/355

HURST, Sarah Harriet widow Maitland 1887 Memorial 189/385

HURST, William Henry of Mt Templeton 1900 Memorial 145/441

HUSELIUS, Knut Ferdinand farmer Hundred of Tiparra 1889 Memorial 242/396

HUSHION, Thomas gardener Upper Sturt 1868[-1881] Memorial 116/229

No 1

HUSSE, Josephine spinster formerly of Adelaide but now of Breslau, Silesia, Prussia 1859 Application 12488

HUSSE, Josephine spinster formerly of Adelaide but now of Breslau, Silesia, Prussia, appointed Bernhard Amsberg merchant Adelaide as her local attorney to manage her SA business affairs 1866 Memorial 163/262

HUSSE, Josephine spinster formerly of Adelaide but now of Breslau, Silesia, Prussia 1873. She lent out money on mortgage Application 12488

No 1 - C & CH Hussey likely to be one person

HUSSEY, Charles storekeeper Pt Elliot 1864 Memorial 153/194

HUSSEY, Charles storekeeper Pt Elliot. Pt Elliot Baptist Chapel trustee 1896 Memorial 208/426

HUSSEY, Charles Henry storekeeper Pt Elliot 1882[-1886] Memorial 34/338

HUSSEY, Charles Henry storekeeper Pt Elliot 1891 Application 22049

HUSSEY, Charles Henry gentleman Pt Elliot 1894 Application 22749

HUSSEY, Charles Henry storekeeper Pt Elliot, died 8/1/1899. He wanted his real estate to remain intact as much as possible, to be known as the CH Hussey Estate. His widow, Harriet Ada Hussey, to have one third of the income of the estate for life while she remained a widow and also at least four furnished rooms on whatever part of the estate she wanted to live under the same conditions. She died 16/5/1914. A son, Henry Allan Hussey, died 17/9/1909. Trustees in 1924 included Ada Gwendoline POTTER married woman Fullarton, Constance Catherine Marion Hussey spinster Sydney NSW, Henry Allen Hussey dairy farmer Kilkenny, Marjory Winnifred Hussey spinster Pt Elliot, Herbert Bindley Hussey mechanic Melbourne Vic Application 27243

HUSSEY, Charles Henry died 8/1/1899. His widow, Harriet Ada Hussey, to get one third of the income from the estate while she remained a widow. the rest of the income to his children in equal shares. Parts of the Estate only to be sold to make the income more profitable. Estate to be known as the CH Hussey Estate from generation to generation. Mrs Hussey died 16/5/1914. Application 27243

HUSSEY, Charles Henry householder Pt Elliot, died 8/1/1899. Husband of Harriet Ada Hussey. Father of Henry Allen Hussey telegraph station master Riverton, William Burt Hussey civil servant Adelaide, George Charles Hussey district ranger Pt Elliot, and his late daughter, Jessie Louisa Hussey spinster formerly of Pt Elliot, who died after her father but by early 1901. Estate worth £3,750 Memorial 248/442

HUSSEY, Charles Henry householder Pt Elliot, died 8/1/1899. His family by 1922 included: William Burt Hussey civil servant Adelaide; Ada Gwendoline POTTER married woman Fullarton; Catherine Marion Hussey spinster Sydney NSW; Henry Allen Hussey dairyfarmer Kilkenny; Marjory Winnifred Hussey spinster Pt Elliot; and Herbert Bindley Hussey mechanic Melbourne Vic Memorial 136/491

HUSSEY, Catherine widow [relict of the late GE Hussey] formerly of Adelaide 1860 but now of Bowden 1868 Application 1298

HUSSEY, Frederick secretary to the Board of the SA Company 1915[-1920] Memorial 3/472

No 1

HUSSEY, George Charles agent Pt Elliot 1901 Application 24257

HUSSEY, George Charles coach proprietor Pt Elliot 1909[-1920] Memorial 1/462, Application 27010

HUSSEY, George Charles of The Strand, Pt Elliot, died 31/1/1920. He left his entire estate absolutely to his wife, Louisa Emma Hussey, by 1947 living at Medindie Gardens. His daughter, Marjory Winnifred Hussey spinster formerly of Pt Elliot late of Summertown now of Carlingford NSW 1947. His son, Herbert Bindley Hussey, lived at Summertown in 1947. A boarding house was built on The Strand, next door to the Husseys, in 1906 and still operated in 1947. Marjory Hussey laid down a grass tennis court on the family property in 1928 which the guest house proprietor leased for 3/- a week. In 1947, Alan Clarence Clifton WILLIAMSON was the guest house proprietor Application 28564

No 1

HUSSEY, Henry newspaper proprietor Bowden near North Adelaide 1873 Memorial 110/267

HUSSEY, Henry gentleman formerly of Bowden but now of Adelaide 1880 Memorial 231/322

HUSSEY, Henry formerly printer Adelaide but now Minister of the Gospel Hackney 1898 Application 23736

HUSSEY, Henry Allan postmaster Clare, died 17/9/1909 Pt Elliot, of morbus cordis and 10 hours' bowel haemorrhage, aged 50. He had been born at Currency Creek Application 25720

HUSSEY, Leonard farmer Pt Elliot 1906 Memorial 228/454

No 1

HUSSEY, Lily Bridget licensed victualler Charleston wife of Henry Edward Hussey of Charleston 1902 Memorial 86/447

HUSSEY, Lily Bridget formerly licensed victualler Charleston but now widow Terowie 1915 Memorial 31/472

HUSSEY, Louisa Emma widow formerly of Pt Elliot but now of Medindie Gardens linked with Marjory Winifred Hussey spinster Medindie Gardens 1931 Memorial 98/521

HUSSEY, Luke farmer Willunga 1851[-1854] Memorial 416/30 Hundred of Pt Gawler land grant Memorial 179/60

HUSSEY, Marjory Winifred spinster formerly of Medindie Gardens but now of Murray Farm Road, Carlingford NSW 1947 Memorial 129/521

HUSSEY, Mathilda Anna Clarissa spinster Norwood 1854[-1855] Memorial 86/72

No 1

HUSSEY, William Henry banker Maitland Hundred of Minlacowie land grant 1885 Grant Book 19 Page 257 County Fergusson

HUSSEY, William Henry banker Maitland Co Fergusson. Hundred of Mobilong land grant 1886 Grant Book 58 Page 371 County Sturt

HUSSEY, William Henry bank agent Maitland 1889 Memorial 19/400

HUSSEY, William Henry bank manager Maitland 1892 Memorial 154/412

HUSSEY, William Henry formerly bank manager Maitland but now broker Adelaide 1901 Memorial 141/444

No 1

HUSSON, Samuel miner Kooringa 1851 Memorial 325/33

HUSSON, Samuel miner Blackwood Vic. He owned land in Redruth 1870 Memorial 53/245

HUSTLER, Frederick chemist Pt Adelaide 1877 Memorial 193/297

HUTCHENS, Frank farmer Lameroo. Hundred of Allenby land grant 1921 Grant Book 12 Page 150 County Chandos

No 1

HUTCHENS, John farmer Morchard trustee Morchard Cemetery 1879 Book 13 Page 257 County Dalhousie

HUTCHENS, John farmer Morchard 1888 Memorial 57/392

No 2

HUTCHENS, John farmer One Tree Hill in the Sources of the Little Para 1902 Memorial 196/445

No 3

HUTCHENS, John farmer and grazier Woodside 1924 Memorial 32/490

HUTCHENS, John Fenton farmer Lameroo. Hundred of Allenby land grant 1926 Grant Book 12 Page 151 County Chandos

No 1

HUTCHENS, Richard James farmer Coomooroo linked with Thomas Hutchens auctioneer Woodside 1879 Memorial 20/319

HUTCHENS, Richard James of Coomooroo 1882 Book 13 Page 261 County Dalhousie

HUTCHENS, Richard James farmer Morchard 1885 Book 13 Page 263 County Dalhousie

No 1

HUTCHENS, Thomas bootmaker Hindley St, Adelaide 1849 Memorial 168/14 Shoemaker formerly of Hindley St, but now of Mt Barker 1850 Memorial 19/27

HUTCHENS, Thomas shoemaker Woodside 1851 Woodside Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee Memorial 21/73

HUTCHENS, Thomas formerly bootmaker Adelaide (Hindley St) but now farmer Mt Charles 1855 Memorial 360/88

HUTCHENS, Thomas auctioneer Woodside 1873 Memorial 93/271

HUTCHENS, Thomas shoemaker Woodside Woodside Woodside Wesleyan Methodist Glebe Land (Land grant 16/8/1851 Section 5029a Hundred of Onkaparinga) foundation trustee, had become an agent Woodside by 1883 Application 19964

No 2

HUTCHENS, Thomas the Younger farmer Lameroo. Hundred of Allenby land grant 1909 Grant Book 12 Page 150 County Chandos

No 1

HUTCHENS, William storekeeper Adelaide (Hindley St) 1848 Memorial 143/13

HUTCHENS, William grocer Adelaide 1849 Memorial 107/17

HUTCHENS, WIlliam formerly of Adelaide but now of Collingwood Vic 1863 Memorial 69/188

No 1

HUTCHERSON, Thomas labourer Pt Lincoln 1871 Memorial 8/255

HUTCHERSON, Thomas mason Pt Lincoln, died 14/5/1892 intestate and a widower. Father of only one child - George Walter Hutcherson labourer Pt Lincoln Memorial 49/420

No 1

HUTCHESSON, John labourer near Mt Gambier Hundred of Gambier land grant 1863 Grant Book 30 Page 721 County Grey

HUTCHESSON, John farmer Mt Gambier Hundred of Mayurra land grant 1880 Grant Book 31 Page 227 County Grey

HUTCHESSON, John farmer Millicent 1888 Memorial 124/393

HUTCHESSON, John farmer near Millicent Hundred of Mayurra land grant 1892 Grant Book 31 Page 234 County Grey

HUTCHETT, John clerk to James Hurtle FISHER solicitor Adelaide 1855 Memorial 342/159

No 1

HUTCHINGS, Henry clerk to M SMITH solicitor Adelaide (King William St) 1852[-1854] Memorial 493/46 Clerk to Messrs SMITH & CULLEN solicitors Adelaide 1854[-1855] Memorial 233/70

HUTCHINGS, Henry law writer Adelaide (Wakefield St) 1855[-1857] Memorial 129/89

HUTCHINGS, Henry Ernest grocer Adelaide (Grote St) 1850 Memorial 63/28

HUTCHINGS, James gardener Salisbury 1850 Memorial 224/20

No 1

HUTCHINGS, Thomas farmer Bungaree near Clare 1865 Memorial 334/200

HUTCHINGS, Thomas farmer Gum Creek 1873 Memorial 161/268

HUTCHINGSON, Thomas labourer Pt Lincoln 1855 Memorial 64/94

HUTCHINS, Charles William storekeeper Yatala 1921 Application 26960

No 1

HUTCHINS, George carter Mt Lofty 1856 Memorial 302/112

No 2

HUTCHINS, George of Yacka 1888 Memorial 150/392

HUTCHINS, Herbert contractor Gawler 1952 Memorial 3/527

No 1 - same family prob Elder & Younger

HUTCHINS, John miner Redruth 1850 Memorial 354/20

HUTCHINS, John farmer Upper Dry Creek 1855 Memorial 397/81

HUTCHINS, John farmer formerly of Dry Creek but now of Cockatoo Valley 1857 Memorial 318/127

HUTCHINS, John and Joseph farmers Cockatoo Valley 1880 Memorial 190/320

HUTCHINS, John [formerly the Younger] of Bellevue Newlyn near Creswick Vic only son and heir at law of the late John Hutchins the Elder miner Redruth 1887 Memorial 90/387

HUTCHINS, Margaret widow Narracoorte 1890 Memorial 145/402

HUTCHINS, Mr storekeeper Queenstown 1895 Application 23017

No 1

HUTCHINS, Thomas shepherd Bungaree Hundred of Ayers land grant 1877 Grant Book 56 Page 194 County Stanley

No 2 - perhaps the same person

HUTCHINS, Thomas gentleman Aberdeen 1882 Memorial 64/345

HUTCHINS, Thomas gentleman Redruth Redruth Methodist Church trustee 1903 Application 27966

No 1

HUTCHINS, William grocer Adelaide 1848 prominent Wesleyan Methodist. Now of Melbourne Vic 1858 Enrolment 49/40

HUTCHINS, William grocer formerly of Adelaide but now of Melbourne Vic 1859 Memorial 162/152

HUTCHINSON/HUTCHISON, Alexander Esquire stockholder Bremer River near Mt Barker 1848 Memorials 70/11 & 251/11

HUTCHINSON, Alexandrina spinster Woolmet near Robe 1871 Memorial 27/252

HUTCHINSON, Ann spinster Kent Town 1868 Application 9441

HUTCHINSON, Annie (Mrs) dairy keeper Pt Elliot 1908 Application 25479

HUTCHINSON, Christopher farmer Littlehampton 1888 Memorial 218/389

HUTCHINSON, Daniel of Wickham Hill linked with Mary Ann Wickham pt Sections 717 and 720 known as Wickham Park [Was a marriage contemplated between the two parties??] 1879 Memorial 246/318

HUTCHINSON, David labourer Athelstone 1896 Application 23261

HUTCHINSON, Edwin out of business Hackham, died 30/6/1951. Husband of Jane Hutchinson. Father of Hilda May HOLLY, Harold Edwin Hutchinson and Clarence Headley Hutchinson. Father-in-law of Edgar Arnold TURNER Memorial 129/526

HUTCHINSON, Elizabeth spinster Robe 1887 Application 21222

HUTCHINSON, Frederick Charles builder Maylands 1924 Application 27255

No 1

HUTCHINSON, Frederick William hawker Hackham 1894[-1909] Memorial 71/421

HUTCHINSON, FW gardener Hackham 1916 Memorial 49/477

HUTCHINSON, Frederick William retired gardener Hackham, died 6/9/1938. Executors; Thomas HOLLY farmer Hackham and Harold Alfred PERRY storekeeper Hackham Memorial 171/512

HUTCHINSON, Frederick William retired gardener Hackham, died 6/9/1938. £100 to his niece, Florence Ada TEXTER. £1,000 to his son, Arthur Henry Hutchinson. The residue of the estate to his daughter, Effie May MCDONALD. Trustees: Harold Alfred PERRY storekeeper Hackham and Thomas HOLLY farmer Hackham. Effie May McDonald widow Noarlunga, died 9/12/1959. She left her estate to her children in equal shares - Clarice Mary ALDAM married woman Willunga, Raymond Richard MCDONALD carrier Willunga, Malcolm Samuel McDonald carrier Noarlunga and Katherine Joy BRANSON married woman McLaren Vale and her daughter-in-law, Elsie Pretoria McDonald (widow of her son Arnold Frederick McDonald McLaren Vale) Application 29685

No 1

HUTCHINSON, George labourer Alberton 1849 Memorial 312/17

No 2 – perhaps the same person; perhaps a continuation of No 1

HUTCHINSON, George farmer Happy Valley 1860[-1864] Memorial 200/163

HUTCHINSON, George yeoman Happy Valley 1870 Memorial 176/246

HUTCHINSON, George farmer Emu Flat Hundred of Palmer land grant 1883 Grant Book 49 Page 175 County Newcastle

HUTCHINSON, Harold Austin builder Bakewell Road, Evandale, died 2/12/1943 intestate 1943 Memorial 132/517

HUTCHINSON, Harold Edwin storekeeper's assistant Reynella 1939 Application 28236

No 1

HUTCHINSON, James millwright Adelaide 1841 Memorial 191/441

HUTCHINSON, James machine maker Adelaide 1848[-1849] Links with Nairne Memorial 57/143

No 2

HUTCHINSON, James farmer McLaren Vale 1849[-1854] Memorial 74/17

No 3

HUTCHINSON, James farmer Noarlunga 1852[-1855] Memorial 451/50 Kingston Wesleyan Methodist chapel trustee 1855 Memorial 395/93

HUTCHINSON, James farmer Noarlunga 1853[-1859] Memorial 433/97

No 4

HUTCHINSON, James labourer Hergott Springs Out of Hundreds. Marree (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1884 Grant Book 65 Page 135 County Not named

No 5

HUTCHINSON, James woodcutter Adelaide (Franklin St) 1885 Memorial 250/371

HUTCHINSON, Joseph John farmer Aldinga 1936 Memorial 139/509

HUTCHINSON, Leonard labourer Wokurna 1884 Memorial 38/371

HUTCHINSON, Lucy Selina of Dolling Corner Hundred of Wokurna wife of ? Hutchinson labourer 1890 Memorial 195/401

HUTCHINSON, Orlando Bingham licensed surveyor Pt Victor 1891 Memorial 7/409

No 1

HUTCHINSON, Parker Oliver stockholder Hindmarsh Valley 1884 Memorial 142/362

HUTCHINSON, PO licensed surveyor Hindmarsh Valley 1889[-1902] Memorial 209/397

HUTCHINSON, Parker Oliver land surveyor formerly of Adelaide now of Hindmarsh Valley 1897 Application 23364

HUTCHINSON, Parker Oliver land surveyor Beaudesert near Pt Elliot 1898 Application 23603

No 1

HUTCHINSON, Richard blacksmith North Adelaide 1855 Memorial 298/85

HUTCHINSON, Richard formerly blacksmith North Adelaide 1855 but now brass founder Adelaide 1864 Application 5067

HUTCHINSON, Robert farmer Tickera 1888 Memorial 192/390

No 1

HUTCHINSON, Samuel of Athelstone 1882 Memorial 17/343

HUTCHINSON, Samuel and George gardeners Athelstone 1896 Application 23261

No 1

HUTCHINSON, Thomas miller Gawler 1852 Memorial 120/39

HUTCHINSON, Thomas farmer Gawler 1852[-1859] Memorial 257/44

HUTCHINSON, Thomas formerly yeoman 1865 but now Corporation officer Gawler 1865 Application 6646

HUTCHINSON, Thomas Corporation Inspector Gawler 1866 Memorial 53/211

HUTCHINSON, Thomas sanitary inspector Gawler 1867 Memorial 174/225

HUTCHINSON, Thomas gentleman Gawler, died 29/8/1901. He left pt lot 242 Gawler, to his wife, Mary Ann Clegg Hutchinson, in trust for life, to gain the income, then to become a hospital for Gawler. Mrs Hutchinson died 1911. A meeting of the citizens of Gawler decided after her death that the site was unsuitable for a hospital, and other land purchased, used after 1913 as a hospital. Application 27562

No 2

HUTCHINSON, Thomas farmer Hundred of Hardy 1890 Memorial 165/404

No 1

HUTCHINSON, Thomas Palmer farmer Clinton. Hundred of Clinton land grant 1881[-1885] Grant Book 14 Page 133 County Daly

HUTCHINSON, Thomas Palmer farmer Clinton 1882 Memorial 215/338

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

HUTCHINSON, William of Adelaide, land grant Section 32, Survey C £76 18/7/1842. By 1848, he lived on Hardwick Farm and was a builder. He bought land grant Section 40 Hundred of Noarlunga. Enrolments 1/ 33 & 21/41. Husband of Harriet Smith Hutchinson 1844 Memorial 166/5

HUTCHINSON, William farmer Morphett Vale 1849 Memorial 338/15

HUTCHINSON, William builder Morphett Vale 1851 Memorial 226/34

HUTCHINSON, William builder Noarlunga 1853[-1854] Memorial 435/52

HUTCHINSON, William farmer Noarlunga 1853 Memorial 413/59

HUTCHINSON, William farmer Hardwicke Farm, Noarlunga 1860 Application 1166

HUTCHINSON, William the Younger farmer Noarlunga 1875 Application 14804

No 2

HUTCHINSON, William farmer Athelstone 1854[-1879] Memorial 329/65

HUTCHINSON, William gardener Athelstone 1881 Application 18439.

HUTCHINSON, William and Matthew gardeners Athelstone (Separated by the Torrens River) 1896 Application 23261

No 3

HUTCHINSON, William of Gawler, died intestate on 25/4/1877. His widow, Elizabeth Hutchinson, gave power of attorney to George BRUNSKILL gentleman Adelaide, to obtain her letters of administration for the estate 25/5/1877 Deposit 118/1877

No 4

HUTCHINSON, William farmer Hundred of Morgan. Hundred of Morgan land grant 1887 Grant Book 13 Page 420 County Dalhousie

No 5

HUTCHINSON, William grazier Edithburgh 1912 Memorial 180/467

No 1

HUTCHINSON, William Morris farmer North Adelaide 1850. He bought pt Section 3898 Friedrichstadt from Gottlob JAENSCH Memorial 386/19

HUTCHINSON, William Morris farmer Friedrichstadt near Hahndorf 1852 Memorial 301/39

HUTCHINSON, William Morris [formerly farmer Friedrichstadt but then] gentleman Hahndorf 1853-1854 Memorial 75/60

HUTCHINSON, Mary Ann Susan widow Hahndorf. Relict of WM Hutchinson 1854-1855 Memorial 199/79

HUTCHINSON, Mary Ann Susan widow [relict of WM Hutchinson] formerly of Hahndorf but then of Norwood 1855 Memorial 375/90

No 1

HUTCHINSON, Young Bingham Esquire Adelaide 1837 Memorial 486/53 Esquire Sidmouth Devon 1842 Memorial 487/53

HUTCHINSON, YB Dear Sir Adelaide 30/1/1838 I beg to inform you that a meeting of the Proprietors of Acre Sections of land at Pt Adelaide or their agents will be held at my office on Friday next the 2nd February at 12 o'clock at noon precisely, for the purpose of finally deciding upon the spot where such Acre Sections shall be surveyed, and of fixing a day for making such selection. I am Sir, your most obedient servant JH FISHER Colonial Commissioner 1838 Application 27263

HUTCHINSON, Young Bingham Esquire Sidmouth, Devon, England, about to marry Augusta Emma KINGDON spinster Heavitree, Devon, England, and then reside in SA. AE Kingdon to place £1,000 in trust to buy Great Western Railway and Bristol & Exeter Railway Co shares. She is to get the income during her lifetime, then to YB Hutchinson for life, then to the children of the marriage in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant. Trustees: George DOWN accountant Exeter and Peter Orlando Hutchinson Esquire Sidmouth, Devon 14/6/1852 Deposit 170/1871

HUTCHINSON, Young Bingham Esquire formerly of Sidmouth, Devon, England but now of Salisbury 1853 Memorial 179/59

HUTCHINSON, Young Bingham Esquire Munno Para near Salisbury 1853 Memorial 210/52

HUTCHINSON, Young Bingham gentleman Section 136 Hindmarsh Valley 1855 Memorial 251/106

HUTCHINSON, Young Bingham Esquire Beaudesert near Pt Elliot 1856 Memorial 290/109

HUTCHINSON, Augusta Emma widow North Adelaide 1871 Memorial 97/255

HUTCHINSON, Augusta Emma widow Hindmarsh Valley, died 21/10/1902. She left her 95 acre estate known as Ireyeo in the parish of Lanncelles, Cornwall, England, to her son, Orlando Bingham Hutchinson and her daughter Jane Collingwood Hutchinson of Hindmarsh Valley in equal shares absolutely. She also left £10 to each of the existing trustees of her marriage settlement 1903 Application 24524

No 1

HUTCHISON, Alexandrina spinster Woolmit near Robe 1876 Memorial 66/289

HUTCHISON, Alexandrina & Jane McKenzie spinsters Woolmit Biscuit Flat near Guichen Bay 1856 Memorials 193 & 195/103

HUTCHISON, Alexandrina spinster Woolmit Hundred of Bowaka land grant 1886 Grant Book 51 Page 11 County Robe

No 1

HUTCHISON, Andrew Reid stockholder Lochaber Hundred of Glen Roy land grant 1888 Grant Book 29 Page 287 County MacDonnell

HUTCHISON, Andrew Reid farmer Lochaber Hundred of Lochaber land grant 1891 Grant Book 29 Page 255 County MacDonnell

HUTCHISON, James Reid stockholder Lochaber Hundred of Glen Roy land grant 1888 Grant Book 29 Page 288 County MacDonnell

HUTCHISON, James Reed farmer Penola Hundred of Lochaber land grant 1891 Grant Book 29 Page 255 County MacDonnell

HUTCHISON, Andrew stockholder Narracoorte linked with William Hutchison stockholder Morambro 1895 Memorial 110/424

HUTCHISON, Andrew Reid grazier Narracoorte 1900[-1906] Memorial 215/441

HUTCHISON, Joseph carpenter Norwood 1880 Application 18190

HUTCHISON, Mary Jane married woman Bunbury near Bordertown 1898 Memorial 151/434

No 1

HUTCHISON, Robert contractor Adelaide 1879 Memorial 71/317

HUTCHISON, Robert contractor Adelaide, became a bankrupt in 1883 Memorial 82/351

HUTCHISON, Robert Chisholm gentleman Pt Adelaide 1868 Application 9185

HUTCHISON, Violet May married woman formerly of Pt Elliot but now of Erindale 1945 Memorial 139/519

No 1 - perhaps the same person

HUTCHISON, William stockholder Biscuit Flat 1861[-1876] Memorial 61/178

HUTCHISON, William stockholder Murrabinna Hundred of Penola land grant 1873 Grant Book 31 Page 101 County Grey

HUTCHISON, William stockholder Murrabinna Station near Kingston S-E 1876 Memorial 54/287

HUTCHISON, William of Kingston Hundred of Hynam land grant 1880 Grant Book 29 Page 166 County MacDonnell

HUTCHISON, William sheepfarmer Morambro Hundred of Lochaber land grant 1888 Grant Book 29 Page 254 County MacDonnell

No 2

HUTCHISON, William engine driver Kapunda 1867 Memorial 140/219

No 3

HUTCHISON, William of Morambro 1888 Memorial 161/390

No 4

HUTCHISON, William the Elder farmer Koolunga 1893 Memorial 27/418

No 1

HUTCHISON, William John Reid stockholder Lochaber Hundred of Glen Roy land grant 1888 Grant Book 29 Page 288 County MacDonnell

HUTCHISON, William John gentleman Bowaka Co Robe 1895 Memorial 122/424

HUTSON, Anthony labourer Hartley Co Hindmarsh. Hundred of Freeling land grant 1897 Grant Book 58 Page 3 County Sturt

No 1

HUTSON, Arthur Henry veterinary surgeon Adelaide (King William St) 1859[-1867] Memorial 139/153, Application 2740

HUTSON, Arthur Henry veterinary surgeon Norwood 1864 Memorial 3/198

HUTSON, Arthur Henry veterinary surgeon Adelaide and Mary Ann Hutson his wife 1868 Memorial 195/249

HUTSON, Arthur Henry veterinary surgeon died c1880. His wife called Ann Hutson. Children - William Edward Hutson veterinary surgeon Adelaide, Caroline Perry HUTSON wife of Francis Heck CORRELL blacksmith Adelade, Martha Maria Hutson now wife of Edward NOLTENIUS of Adelaide and Mary Ann Hutson spinster Adelaide Application 18358

HUTSON, Arthur Henry veterinary surgeon Adelaide, died unstated. Family in 1881 included: William Edward Hutson veterinary surgeon Adelaide (eldest son and heir at law), Caroline Perry CORRELL wife of Francis Heck Correll, Martha Maria NOLTENIUS wife of Edward Noltenius and Mary Ann Hutson spinster Memorial 177/328

No 1

HUTSON, AVJ proclaimed bank manager Kingston S-E 1932[-1935] Memorial 163/505

HUTSON, AVJ proclaimed bank manager Victor Harbor 1945 Memorial 115/519

HUTSON, Charles the Younger labourer Hartley Co Hindmarsh. Hundred of Freeling land grant 1897 Grant Book 58 Page 3 County Sturt

HUTTER, Joseph joiner Adelaide 1850 Memorial 408/23

HUTTMANN, Paul Ehregott engineer North Adelaide 1853 Hundred of Macclesfield land grant Memorial 131/55 Farmer Macclesfield 1858 Memorial 305/132

No 1

HUTTON, Albert Henry clerk Quorn Hundred of Yarrah land grant 1887 Grant Book 49 Page 216 County Newcastle

HUTTON, AH bank clerk E, S & A Bank Quorn 1887 Memorial 63/384

No 1

HUTTON, Allan John storekeeper Callington 1911 Memorial 152/464

HUTTON, AJ JP of Callington 1917 Memorial 117/475

HUTTON, Charles Robert Stephens retired chaff merchant 22 Brighton Road, Glenelg, died 4/2/1951. Executrixes; Helen Jean BARCLAY married woman Kandahar Crescent Reade Park and Dorothy Melba SHEAHAN married woman 4 Barker Road, Hawthorn Vic Memorial 81/526

No 1

HUTTON, Christian widow Enfield 1857 Memorial 290/118

HUTTON, Christian widow Mt Barker 1861 Memorial 285/177

HUTTON, Christian widow Enfield relict of the late John Hutton 1857 had become the wife of William Balls farmer Mt Barker 1873 Application 13187

No 1

HUTTON, David miller McLaren Vale 1866[-1867] Memorial 318/209

HUTTON, David miller Noarlunga 1868 Memorial 48/236

HUTTON, David John gentleman Milang 1859 Memorial 123/155

HUTTON, Edward Martin Souter manager Pt Augusta 1922[-1923] Memorial 80/486, Application 27160

No 1

HUTTON, George farmer Happy Valley 1860 Application 1330

HUTTON, George farmer Happy Valley. Congregational Chapel member 1866 Memorial 60/210

HUTTON, George farmer Happy Valley 1866 Memorial 173/216

HUTTON, Henry of Manna Hill 1890 Memorial 202/404

No 1

HUTTON, Henry Edward out of business Hutt St, Adelaide and Jessie Louisa Hutton his wife. Parents of Joyce Effield Hutton spinster Adelaide 1935 Memorial 83/508

HUTTON, Henry Edward out of business formerly of Marryatville but now of Audley Ave, Prospect 1936 Application 26765

No 1 - perhaps the same person FIND CHECK RUN

HUTTON, Isaac farmer Gumeracha 1856 Memorial 340/133

HUTTON, Isaac farmer Modbury 1863 Application 4753

HUTTON, Isaac farmer Alma Co Gawler. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1878 Grant Book 60 Page 129 County Victoria

HUTTON, Isaac farmer Eastwood 1878[-1881] Memorial 200/307

HUTTON, John carpenter Nairne 1874 Application 13541

HUTTON, Louisa of Broken Hill NSW 1890 Memorial 25/404

HUTTON, Mervyn Douglas stevedoring clerk Pt Augusta 1942 Application 28338

No 1

HUTTON, Robert farmer Mt Barker 1860 Memorial 61/164

HUTTON, Robert m Christian nee RENWICK 7/6/1839 Hopekirk, Co Roxburgh, Scotland. The Huttons emigrated to SA, where they settled at Mt Barker in 1840. Eldest son and heir at law, Thomas Hutton, born 9/4/1841 Mt Barker, and baptised 9/4/1841. Record in Presbyterian Church, Gouger St, Adelaide. Robert Hutton died 25/5/1860 Mt Barker intestate, of bronchitis, aged 58. Application 6613

No 2

HUTTON, Robert chemist and druggist Adelaide (Rundle St) 1866[-1887] Memorial 176/208

HUTTON, Stephen farmer Gumbowie Hundred of Gumbowie land grant 1882 Grant Book 40 Page 43 County Kimberley

No 1

HUTTON, Thomas stockholder Mt Rugged 1857 Memorial 206/127

No 2

HUTTON, Thomas farmer Mt Barker eldest son and heir at law of the late Robert Hutton formerly farmer Mt Barker now deceased 1865 Memorial 146/205

No 1

HUTTON, William labourer Pt Adelaide 1847[-1858] Memorial 124/9

No 2

HUTTON, William Treasury Clerk Adelaide 1857 Memorial 216/116

No 3

HUTTON, William farmer Lancelot trustee unnamed Cemetery Lancelot Hundred of Gumbowie land grant 1884 Grant Book 40 Page 45 County Kimberley

HUTTON, William Stephen Moore gentleman Adelaide Hundred of Baker land grant 1870 Grant Book 54 Page 32 County Russell

HUTTON, Zaccheus Joseph farmer Greenock Creek 1861 Memorial 213/178

No 1

HUXLEY, John shopman New Glenelg and Jane Huxley his wife 1867 Memorial 117/227

HUXLEY, John shopman New Glenelg 1873 Memorial 244/267

No 1

HUXTABLE, Frances Harriett wife of JA Huxtable stationer Hobart VDL, formerly Frances Harriett METCALFE widow, and Mary Metcalfe and Alice Metcalfe infants both of Hobart VDL 1855 Memorial 189/85

HUXTABLE, Frances Harriett wife of John Alfred Huxable bookseller Hobart Town VDL formerly Frances Harriett METCALFE widow of the late Henry Metcalfe 1855. Childred by her first husband included Mary and Alice Metcalfe infants under the age of 21 years Memorial 216/93

No 1

HUXTABLE, George farmer Gawler Plains 1875 Memorial 60/287

HUXTABLE, George farmer Peachey Belt 1876 Memorial129/289

HUXTABLE, George farmer Angle Vale Keilli (Hundred of Redhill) township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 14 Page 488 County Daly

HUXTABLE, George farmer Gawler Plains, died 2/4/1886 intestate. Letters of administration to his widow, Emma Huxtable, to administer the estate. Estate worth £641 Application 22334

No 1

HUXTABLE, John yeoman Mintaro 1853 Memorial 423/48

HUXTABLE, John shoemaker formerly of Mintaro but now of Jamestown 1883 Memorial 153/348

No 1

HUXTABLE, Joseph farmer Salisbury 1854 Memorial 428/64

HUXTABLE, Joseph and his wife, Mary Huxtable, lived in Salisbury for some time next to John HARVEY, the township's founder. Afterwards, the Huxtables removed to Section 4088 Hundred of Munno Para, where Joseph Huxtable died. Mary Huxtable 44 widow Adelaide (Father: Emmanuel VICKERY) remarried to Richard ALFRED 27 farmer Adelaide (Father: Richard Alfred) 16/6/1866 St Andrew's Wakefield St, Adelaide. Minister: Robert Haining. Witnesses: Henry C PECK compositor and Mary Peck of Sturt St, Adelaide. Mary Huxtable widow of the late Joseph Huxtable farmer Smithfield died 18/5/1904, of cerebral softening, aged 82 Application 25738

HUXTABLE, Mary widow Gawler Plains 1866 Memorial 40/213

No 2 - perhaps the same person

HUXTABLE, Joseph farmer Angle Vale 1876 Memorial 117/288

HUXTABLE, Joseph farmer Manoora 1878 Memorial 76/313

No 1

HUXTABLE, Joseph John blacksmith Virginia 1899 Memorial 13/439

HUXTABLE, Joseph John farmer Angle Vale 1905. Linked with Mary Huxtable who died 18/5/1904 Memorial 142/452

HUXTABLE, Lewis Charles blacksmith Mundoora. Hundred of Mundoora land grant 1921 Grant Book 14 Page 289 County Daly

HUXTABLE, Mary Louise widow Salisbury 1855 Memorial 286/83

No 1

HYDE, Charles farmer Willunga 1849 Memorial 33/18

HYDE, Charles formerly farmer Willunga 1849 but now gentleman Nailsworth 1863, linked with John Hyde storekeeper Sellick's Hill Application 4243

No 2

HYDE, Charles farmer Enfield 1866 Memorial 184/215

HYDE, FE station manager Meningie 1878 Memorial 214/310

No 1

HYDE, George master mariner formerly of Adelaide now resident out of the said province 1852 Memorial 466/53

HYDE, George at present residing in Southhampton, Hants, England, a commander in the service of the General Screw Steam Shipping Company 1854 Memorial 335/79

HYDE, George Commander in the service of the General Screw Steamship Company Southampton, Hants, England, power of attorney to Edward STEPHENS Esquire Adelaide, to sell Section 2233 Hundred of Yatala, near Salisbury, and any other property he owned in SA 3/10/1854 Deposit 227/OA

HYDE, George commander of the ship Argo at present lying in Hobson's Bay Vic 1855 Memorial 13/80

HYDE, Catherine Elizabeth infant daughter of George Hyde commander of the Barque Competitor now on her voyage to England 1849 Memorial 462/13

HYDE, Catherine Elizabeth infant daughter of George Hyde formerly commander of the Barque Competitor 1855 Memorial 409/85

HYDE, Elizabeth of parts beyond the sea owned land at Queenstown 1879. Lyons and Leader were her agents Application 17704

HYDE, Henry Robert farmer Adelaide 1851 Memorial 45/33

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

HYDE, James and Robert farmers Bald Hills (Yankalilla) 1855 Land purchase on the Light River Memorial 280/80

HYDE, James farmer Hamilton on the Light 1861[-1901] Memorial 280/177, Application 18113

HYDE, James farmer Light River near Hamilton 1862 Application 2942

HYDE, James farmer near Hamilton on the Light Hundred of Julia Creek land grant 1867 Grant Book 44 Page 104 County Light

HYDE, James the Elder farmer Hamilton on the Light, died 3/8/1920. Father of James Hyde the Younger farmer Hamilton on the Light and Annie Jane Hyde and Florence Ellen Hyde spinsters Hamilton on the Light Memorial 107/483

HYDE, JJ sheepfarmer Pt Lincoln 1937 Memorial 159/511

No 1 - perhaps more than 1 person involved; perhaps the Elder and the Younger

HYDE, John carpenter Noarlunga 1840 Memorial 311/2

HYDE, John farmer near White Gully and Aldinga Plains 1853 Memorial 209/52

HYDE, John farmer Aldinga Plains 1855[-1866] Memorial 170/88

HYDE, John farmer Hawthorn Farm Aldinga 1865 Memorial 49/202

HYDE, John gentleman formerly of Aldinga but now of Clinton 1881 Memorial 89/332

HYDE, John farmer Price 1884 Memorial 119/362

HYDE, John farmer Clinton 1888[-1891] Memorial 99/389

No 2

HYDE, John farmer Light River 1851 Memorial 56/35

HYDE, John of Ballyfudderin, parish of Drumero ??? and Ann Jane WHITLEY alias JENKINSON, married 22/12/1831 Grange Portadown, Co Armagh, Ireland. The Rev’d Thomas DOUGAL Presbyterian minister celebrated the marriage. The Hydes lived on a farm near Portadown for 5-6 years, until they emigrated to SA, with 4 children. John Hyde died intestate Hamilton on the Light SA 1850, before he received his land grants Sections 1182, 1183, 1190 River Light Special Survey £240/3/-. His eldest son, Robert Hyde farmer Hamilton, Light River (born 31/12/1832 Duncrae, Ireland), inherited the estate as heir at law. Mrs Isabella CARRICK widow Noarlunga, had been friendly with the Hydes and attended their marriage in Ireland. Mrs Carrick emigrated to SA in 1848, and resumed her close friendship with the Hydes. Statement 22/4/1863. Children of John Hyde included - Ann Jane Hyde, James Hyde, Mary Ann FORD, Ellen Hyde, Robert Hyde. Application 3484

HYDE, John later farmer Light River SA, m 22/12/1831 Grange Porterdown, Ireland, to Ann Jane WHITLEY. Eldest son and child, Robert Hyde born 31/12/1832 Drumcrae, Ireland. He was later farmer Light River. Family apparently Presbyterians. Isabella CARRICK widow Noarlunga gave this information 31/1/1855 Deposits 56 & 57/1855

No 3

HYDE, John farmer Yankalilla 1853 Memorial 289/55

HYDE, John farmer Yankalilla 1863 Application 3897

No 4

HYDE, John storekeeper Sellick Hill 1861 Memorial 33/174

No 5

HYDE, John farmer Clinton. Hundred of Clinton land grant 1881 Grant Book 14 Page 133 County Daly

No 1

HYDE, John Jeremiah farmer Kilkerran Hundred of Kilkerran land grant 1880 Grant Book 19 Page 167 County Fergusson

HYDE, John Jeremiah sheepfarmer Pt Lincoln 1911 Memorial 22/465

HYDE, John Jeremiah grazier Pt Lincoln 1928 Application 27652

HYDE, John Jeremiah farmer and grazier the Duck Ponds near Pt Lincoln (4.5 miles away) 1931, declared that he had lived at the Duck Ponds for 25 years and in the Pt Lincoln district for 40 years Application 27857

No 1

HYDE, Kenneth John grazier Pt Lincoln 1929 Memorial 183/501

HYDE, Kenneth John grazier Pt Lincoln 1931 Application 27857

HYDE, Maria Jane spinster Auburn 1865 Memorial 190/201

HYDE, Mary Anne spinster Bald Hills Farm 1854 Memorial 128/69

HYDE, Richard storekeeper Willaston 1851[-1856] Memorial 428/37

No 1

HYDE, Robert gentleman Willaston 1852[-1853] Memorial 164/44

No 2

HYDE, Robert farmer Bald Hills 1853 Light River land purchase Memorial 193/61

HYDE, Robert farmer Hamilton 1856 Application 3484

HYDE, Robert farmer Hamilton on the Light 1863[-1864] Memorial 104/190

No 3

HYDE, Robert yeoman Noarlunga 1855 Memorial 394/83

No 4

HYDE, Robert farmer Richmond 1859 Memorial 209/156

HYDE, Robert farmer formerly of Richmond 1859 but now of Hamilton 1868 Application 9463

No 5

HYDE, Robert farmer formerly of Brighton 1869 but now of the Light River near Hamilton 1872 Application 11989

No 6

HYDE, Robert licensed victualler Stansbury, died 1902. Executor; Robert Albert FORD auctioneer Minlaton Memorial 94/447

No 1

HYDE, Robert Slack farmer Kilkerran 1880 Memorial 74/323

HYDE, Robert Slack farmer Kilkerran Hundred of Kilkerran land grant 1881 Grant Book 19 Page 168 County Fergusson

HYDE, Stephen mason Adelaide (Waymouth St) 1853 Memorial 324/61

HYDE, Thomas of the Hundred of Wonna. William Hyde mentioned but not described 1885 Memorial 97/378

No 1

HYDE, Thomas William farmer Freeling eldest son and heir at law of the late William Hyde formerly farmer Freeling who died 28/12 /1861 Memorial 2/239

HYDE, Thomas William farmer near Freeling 1871 son of the late William Hyde farmer The Light 1860 Application 11300

No 1

HYDE, William currier Hindmarsh 1856 Hundred of Light land grant Memorial 74/105

HYDE, William farmer formerly of Hindmarsh but now of the Hundred of Light 1857 Memorial 196/131

HYDE, William farmer The Light 1860 Memorial 171/167

HYDE, William the Elder married Eliza ? early 1846 in Kingstown, Glos, England. Five children of the marriage - Thomas William Hyde, Thomas Hyde, Jane Hyde, Annie Hyde, Catherine Hyde. The family emigrated to SA. William Hyde the Elder farmer Sheaoak Log died 27/12/1862 intestate, of cancer of the stomach, aged 38. His eldest son, Thomas William Hyde, born 8/5/1848 Horsley, Co Glos, England, inherited his estate as heir at law Application 11300

HYER, Heinrich of near Crafers 1867 Memorial 26/220

HYLAND, Herbert Leslie Penfold merchant Magill 1921 Memorial 25/485

No 1

HYLAND, James poundkeeper Prospect took out a 5-year lease of the Hand and Heart Inn Prospect 1851 Memorial 441/37

HYLAND, James farmer Prospect Villa 1851[-1853] Memorial 135/37

HYLAND, James licensed victualler Adelaide, died c1866. Husband of Margaret Hyland Memorial 4/449

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HYLAND, James labourer Walkerville and his wife, Annie Hyland 1893, had lived in rented premises in Fuller St, Walkerville since 1879 Application 22493

No 1

HYLAND, Philip dairyman Adelaide (Russell St), died 11/8/1877. Husband of Bridget Hyland Memorial 234/380

HYLAND, Margaret, Bridget and Anne spinsters Russell St, Adelaide 1886[-1922] Memorial 21/381

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HYLAND, Thomas Francis Esquire Castlemaine Vic 1872 refused to help administer the estate of Christopher Rawson PENFOLD formerly gentleman Magill, who died 26/3/1870 Memorial 77/262

HYLAND, Thomas Francis Esquire Castlemaine Vic 1873. Links wih the late Christopher Rawson PENFOLD Esquire formerly of Adelaide Application 12896

HYLIA, Benjamin labourer Adelaide 1842 Memorial 446/1

HYLTON, Herbert gardener Malvern 1898 Application 23656

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HYMAN, Robert licensed victualler New Thebarton, power of attorney to his wife, Sarah HYMAN, to manage his affairs 31/3/1883 Deposit 76/1883

HYMAN, Robert brewer Edwardstown 1900[-1901] Memorial 230/441

HYMAN, Sarah widow Edwardstown 1914 Application 26335

HYMAN, Robert Erhard hotelkeeper Globe Hotel Gawler 1913 Memorial 55/468

HYNDES, Robert and LEE, John gentlemen West Maitland NSW, power of attorney to William Graham RHIND Manager of the Bank of NSW Adelaide, to receive the purchase money from the Govt of SA, for Sections 73-76 Aberdeen 4/2/1879 Deposit 37/1879

HYNDMAN, David farmer Mt Gambier linked with Robert Hyndman farmer Millicent 1886 Memorial 3/380

No 1

HYNDMAN, John Lloyd gentleman Norwood 1869 Memorial 169/242

HYNDMAN, John Lloyd formerly gentleman Norwood 1869 now City Surveyor Adelaide 1873 Application 13069

HYNDMAN, John Lloyd surveyor Adelaide 1874 Memorial 249/278

HYNE, Henry builder Adelaide 1877 Application 16258

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HYNE, Richard farmer Angaston 1856[-1870] Memorial 62/103

HYNE, Richard farmer near Angaston 1881 Application 18849

HYNE, Richard Heath mason Adelaide 1871[-1882] Memorial 36/255

HYNE, William stonemason Adelaide (Franklin St) 1847 Memorial 492/7

HYNE, William Henry builder Adelaide (Wakefield St) 1874[-1878] Memorial 142/310

HYNES, Daniel farmer Blumberg 1891 Memorial 165/407

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HYNES, Martin farmer near Kapunda Co Light. Hundred of Bundaleer land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 72 County Victoria

HYNES, Martin farmer Georgetown Co Victoria. Hundred of Booleroo land grant 1882 Grant Book 24 Page 623 County Frome

HYNES, Martin farmer Booleroo. Hundred of Booleroo land grant 1882 Grant Book 24 Page 624 County Frome

HYNES, John storekeeper Carrieton trustee Carrieton Cemetery 1882 Grant Book 13 Page 381 County Dalhousie

HYNES, Michael labourer Eudunda Hundred of Neales land grant 1897 Grant Book 17 Page 202 County Eyre

HYNES, Patrick farmer Blumberg 1862[-1896] Memorial 55/183

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HYNES, Thomas farmer Kapunda 1855 Memorial 100/86

HYNES, Thomas farmer Georgetown. Georgetown (Hundred of Bundaleer) township allotment land grant 1873 Grant Book 60 Page 79 County Victoria

HYNES, Thomas farmer Kapunda Hundred of Bundaleer land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 73 County Victoria

HYNES, Thomas A clerk to Joseph TIMMS contractor Adelaide 1914 Memorial 176/470

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HYNES, Timothy Augustine medical practitioner Adelaide 1897 Application 23416

HYNES, TA MB of Henley Beach 1918 Memorial 129/476

HYRONS, Benjamin licensed victualler Launceston VDL and Mahala Hyrons his wife 1846 Land sale near Adelaide Memorial 3/170

HYWOOD, Stephen linked with Clarendon 1854 Memorial 127/102