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The following information was extracted basically 'as is' from Reg Butler's (Hahndorf Historian) unpublished computer working files as at c2014.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

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Har* - Hel*

Hem* - Hof*

Hog* - Hy*

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Lew* - 'Ly*

Ma* - Maz*

McA* - McW*

Me* - Mom*

Mon* - My*

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Rob* - Rz*

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Weg* - Will*

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

Names Beginning 'La*' to 'Lev*'

No 1

LABATT, George Augustus of Clark Building, Adelaide 1858[-1861] Memorial 331/150

LABATT, George Augustus Esquire Glasshare Cottage North Adelaide (Le Fevre Tce) 1858 Memorial 268/135

LABATT, George Augustus Esquire Glasshare Lodge, North Adelaide 1862 Memorial 311/184

BAGOT & LABATT in Clark’s Buildings, Adelaide, in 1862 Application 3318

LABATT, George Augustus of Insurance Chambers, Adelaide 1866[-1885] Memorial 328/209

LABATT, George solicitor Adelaide (Imperial Chambers) 1867 Memorial 151/224

LABATT, GA of Queen's Chambers, Adelaide 1874 Memorial 180/274

LABATT, George Augustus solicitor Adelaide, died 3/10/1895. Estate worth £260. Husband of Anna Frances Labatt Memorial 101/461

LABATT, George Augustus solicitor Adelaide, died 3/10/1895. His entire £260 estate to his widow, Anna Frances Labatt Application 27657

LABATT, John Bagot of North Adelaide Deputy Chairman of the SA Harbours Board a brother of Samuel Bell Labatt solicitor Adelaide 1925 Memorial 197/492

No 1

LABATT, Samuel Bell of Adelaide 1876 Memorial 75/287

LABATT, Samuel B solicitor Adelaide 1892[-1903] Memorial 147/413, Application 24525

LABATT, Samuel Bell solicitor Adelaide 1906[-1943] Memorial 141/454

LABATT, Samuel Bell solicitor Adelaide. Trustee St Paul's Adelaide 1909 Memorial 235/461

LABLACK, Selma Helene widow Springton, had a life interest in trust in the real estate of her husband, Carl Paul Theodor Lablack farmer Springton, then in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant to their children Louis Paul Lablack, Ruth Agnes Lablack, Bruno Robert Lablack and Felix Erdman Lablack as tenants in common 1952 Application 28870

No 1

LACEY, Eliza widow Kapunda 1879[-1902] Memorial 95/317

LACEY, Eliza widow Kapunda 1897 Application 23472

LACEY, Ethel Jane home duties formerly of 644 Chapple St, Broken Hill North NSW but now of Park Tce, Salisbury 1956 Memorial 199/530

LACEY, Henry William gentleman Adelaide Co Adelaide. Brownlow (Hundred of Menzies) township allotment land grant 1884 Grant Book 11 Page 44 County Carnarvon

No 1

LACEY, John farmer near Echunga 1856[-1858] Memorial 151/111

LACEY, John farmer Three Brothers Hills near Echunga [Husband of Eleonore Ellen nee SCHIRMER] 1857 Memorial 179/116

LACEY, Thomas blacksmith Willaston and Eliza Lacey his wife 1885. T Lacey died in 1885 and his wife shifted to Kapunda Memorials 129/371 & 56/372

LACK, Charles farmer Marion 1853[-1856] Memorial 26/51

LACK, Edward Charles engineer 85 Orsmond St, Hindmarsh and May Norman Lack his wife 1948 Application 28632

LACKAY, Philip schoolmaster Kensington 1850[-1851] Memorial 108/21

No 1

LACKERSTEEN, John merchant Calcutta, East Indies, power of attorney to Thomas SEYERS, presently of Calcutta, but on the eve of departing for SA, to manage his SA real estate 19/10/1857. Lackersteen was a Count. He died 28/11/1869 at Calcutta. All his estate to his wife, Margery Maria, Countess LACKERSTEEN. The executors were Edward Thomas LACKERSTEEN, Charles CORNELIUS, and George Francis LACKERSTEEN. The Countess gave power of attorney to Luke Michael CULLEN and William Rodolph WIGLEY to manage her SA real estate - Sections 1609 and 1614 Co Light Deposits 326/1858 & 177/1870

LACKERSTEEN, John Count Lackersteen merchant, ‘a Christian inhabitant of the town of Calcutta’ British India married Margery Maria CORNELIUS on 26/5/1856 the RC Cathedral, Calcutta. Count Lackersteen died 28/11/1869 Calcutta, reason not stated, aged 65 year 10 months 12 days. Margery Maria Countess Lackersteen, died 12/11/1873 Calcutta, of dropsy, aged 43 years 9 months 12 days. 7 children of the marriage - two sons, John Cyprian Lackersteen and Martin Gerald Lackersteen both died in 1878 in their late teens, intestate and unmarried. 2 girls and 3 boys survived to inherit their parents’ estates, including two sections of land, Nos 1609 and 1614 Hundred of Nuriootpa, which their father had bought as land grants in 1852. The Lackersteens had appointed Charles Townshend HARGRAVE solicitor Adelaide as their local attorney. Charles Cornelius, Countess Lackersteen’s brother, of Chandernagore, was to be the children’s guardian and see that they received the income from the land in SA, as this was all they had to support them. He died c1885 at the Rostan home at 2 Cockburn Lane, Calcutta. Count Lackersteen had a son and three surviving daughters by his first marriage with Olivia Adeline nee ?, who inherited much wealth through their mother’s marriage settlement. William Benjamin ROSTAN the Younger merchant 42 Wellesley St, Calcutta gave much of the above information. Charles Cornelius’s sister had married one of the Rostans Application 21175

LACKETT, John Henry wheelwright Echunga 1864 Application 5479

No 1

LACKINGTON, William Arthur farmer Goolwa 1927 Application 27599

LACKINGTON, William Arthur farmer Goolwa 1931[-1947], died 1/1/1947. Father of Ethel May FIELD of 43 Fisher Tce, Mile End and Myrtle Victoria BROOKE of Goolwa Memorial 19/522

LACKMANN, Augustus Henry auctioneer Bordertown. Bordertown (Hundred of Tatiara) township allotment land grant 1912 Grant Book 7 Page 148 County Buckingham

No 1

LACKMANN, Lionel Victor farmer Lameroo. Hundred of Bews land grant 1926 Grant Book 12 Page 13 County Chandos

LACKMANN, Lionel Victor agent Lameroo. Hundred of Cotton land grant 1927 Grant Book 12 Page 127 County Chandos

LADD, Edward farmer near Templers Hundred of Dalkey land grant 1881 Grant Book 26 Page 235 County Gawler

No 1 - probably the same person

LADD, Joseph of Gepps Cross North Road 1848 Memorial 274/13

LADD, Joseph gentleman Adelaide 1851 Memorial 73/72

LADD, Joseph ginger beer manufacturer Adelaide (Hindley St) 1851[-1852]Memorial 188/434

LADD, Joseph Onesimus soda water manufacturer Adelaide (Rundle St) 1871[-1875] Memorial 57/254, Application 13902, Application 14496

LADD, Joseph Onesimus aerated water manufacturer Adelaide (Rundle St) owned part of the Kangaroo Section [not numbered] on the western side of South Road 1875 Memorial 77/283

LADD, Joseph Onesimus ginger beer manufacturer Adelaide, died 18/6/1882 Lockleys. Husband of Caroline Ladd. Children mentioned but not named Memorial 51/342

LADGROVE, Susannah widow Bowden 1852 Memorial 120/44

No 1

LADLOW, Robert farmer Willunga 1853 Memorial 191/49

LADLOW, Robert farmer formerly of Willunga but now of Springbank near Adelaide 1856 Memorial 298/112

LADLOW, Robert farmer [formerly of Springbank but now of] Castle Range near Pt Elliot 1874[-1875] Memorial 201/275

LADLOW, Robert farmer formerly of Springbank near Adelaide 1856 but now of Pt Elliot 1863 Application 4589

LADLOW, Robert farmer formerly of Springbank [near Adelaide?] but now of Kalkee Vic 1878 Memorial 93/305

LADLOW, Robert farmer Horsham Vic sold land at Currency Creek 1880 Memorial 220/327

No 1

LADNER, Edwin bootmaker Adelaide 1882 Memorial 153/342

LADNER, Edwin hotel proprietor Adelaide (Edinburgh Castle Currie St) 1882 Memorial 153/342

LADNER, Constance widow Milang 1908 Application 25457

LADNER, Frederick of North Adelaide 1850 Memorial 252/27

No 1

LADNER, Thomas Henry engine driver Milang 1912 Memorial 6/467

LADNER, Thomas Henry engine driver formerly of Milang now of 16 Wood St, Beaconsfield, Fremantle WA 1913 Application 26220

LADNER, Thomas Herbert fisherman Milang 1916 Application 26549

No 1 FIND CHECK RUN

LADYMAN, Henry and John farmers Kanmantoo 1864[-1869] Memorial 95/194

LADYMAN, Henry farmer Broughton Co Daly. Trustee unnamed School Hundred of Crystal Brook Hundred of Crystal Brook land grant 1874 Grant Book 60 Page 215 County Victoria

LADYMAN, Henry farmer near Rochester Co Stanley. Hundred of Redhill land grant 1876[-1878] Grant Book 14 Page 363 County Daly

LADYMAN, Henry farmer near Rochester near Clare Co Stanley. Hundred of Narridy land grant 1882 Grant Book 60 Page 260 County Victoria

LADYMAN, John farmer Barunga Co Daly. Hundred of Boucaut land grant 1880 Grant Book 55 Page 36 County Stanley

No 1

LADYMAN, Joseph of Keswick 1839 Section 127 Survey B 80 acres land grant Memorial 178/7

LADYMAN, Joseph gentleman Adelaide 1840 Memorial 179/7

LADYMAN, Joseph farmer Eyre Flat 1852 Memorial 301/40

LADYMAN, Joseph gentleman Adelaide 1854 Memorial 7/67 Hundred of Kanmantoo land purchase 1854 Memorial 68/72

ADYMAN, William blacksmith Hindmarsh and Elizabeth Ladyman his wife 1847 Memorial 462/9

LAFFAN, Frank storekeeper Pt Germein Pt Germein township allotment land grant 1879 Grant Book 24 Page 682 County Frome

LAFFAN, John J draper Rundle St, Adelaide 1876 Application 24606

No 1

LAFFER, Albert Ogilvie and Henry drapers Adelaide Co Adelaide. Coobowie township allotment land grant 1875 Grant Book 19 Page 446 County Fergusson

LAFFER, Albert Ogilvie and Henry Laffer drapers Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of Crystal Brook land grant 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 217 County Victoria

LAFFER, Albert Ogilvie storekeeper Mallala 1880[-1881] Memorials 54 & 84/328

LAFFER, Albert Ogilvie gentleman Mallala. Hundred of Dalkey land grant 1881 Grant Book 26 Page 232 County Gawler

LAFFER, Albert Ogilvie gentleman Dalkey. Hundred of Dalkey land grant 1882 Grant Book 26 Page 242 County Gawler

LAFFER, Albert Ogilvie storekeeper Owen 1883 Memorial 98/352

LAFFER, Albert Ogilvie gentleman Pinery 1886[-1889] Memorial 5/381

No 2 - likely to be a continuation of No 1

LAFFER, Albert Ogilvie gentleman Hackney 1890 Memorial 191/406

LAFFER, George Richards fruitgrower Belair 1924 Application 27245

No 1

LAFFER, Henry gentleman Fairford The Sturt 1879[-1909] Memorial 107/319

LAFFER, Henry gentleman The Sturt Hundred of Dalkey land grant 1881 Grant Book 26 Page 234 County Gawler

LAFFER, Henry farmer The Sturt 1921 Application 26953

LAFFER, Henry gentleman Fairford St Marys Sturt, died c1922. Brother to Albert Ogilvie Laffer (already deceased). Husband of Amy Laffer. Father of Henry Albert Laffer, Herbert Harold Roy Laffer, Amy Dorothy Laffer, Alma Gwendoline Laffer, Anylis Irene Laffer, George Alexander Laffer. Henry Laffer also owned land in Gouger and Franklin Sts, Adelaide, and at Crystal Brook Memorial 187/487

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

LAFFER, James customs officer Branston Park 1845 Memorial 477/68

LAFFER, James gentleman Adelaide 1849[-1854] Memorial 490/41

LAFFER, James and Phillip Frederick gentlemen Adelaide 1855 Memorial 409/82

LAFFER, James the Elder of Wright St, Adelaide 1860 Memorial 51/165

LAFFER, James the Younger farmer Section 879 Survey B 1860 Memorial 328/161

LAFFER, James gardener The Sturt Hundred of Dalkey land grant 1882 Grant Book 26 Page 241 County Gawler

LAFFER, Merle Hartley Clare married woman Sturt, Alma Gwendoline Laffer spinster Sturt and Henry Albert Laffer vigneron Sturt 1940, linked together probably by family ties Application 28272

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

LAFFER, Philip Frederick farmer Section 879 Survey B 1860 Memorial 328/161

LAFFER, Philip Frederick of near Belair Belair Christian Brethren Church trustee 1864 Memorial 206/195

LAFFER, Philip Frederick farmer Belair 1879[-1901] Memorial 67/317

LAFFER, Philip Frederick gentleman near Mitcham 1901 Application 27424

LAFFER, Philip Frederick gentleman West Mitcham, died 27/4/ 1908. His widow called Elizabeth Jane Laffer. Probably sons - George Richards LAFFER fruitgrower Belair and Norman Salisbury Laffer no description Application 25608

LAFFER, Philip Frederick farmer Belair, died 27/4/1908. He left the bulk of his estate to his wife, Elizabeth Jane Laffer, for life and until her remarriage. Afterwards, the Belair Hotel on pt Section 874 to go to his sons, Philip James Laffer bank official Adelaide and Frederick William Laffer, in equal shares as tenants in common. FW Laffer died in 1922, leaving only one child, Harold Laffer mercantile manager formerly of Fremantle now of Perth 1926. PF Laffer left another son, George Richards Laffer fruitgrower Belair, who was one of the executors of his father's will 1927 Application 27467

LAFFER, Philip Frederick gentleman West Mitcham, died c1922. Husband of Elizabeth Jane Laffer. Father of George Richards Laffer fruitgrower Belair and Norman Salisbury Laffer accountant Prospect Memorial 25/486

LAFFER family as of 1936 - Norman Salisbury Laffer accountant Adelaide; Stanley Gordon Laffer mining engineer Zeehan Tasmania; Percy Humphris Laffer farmer The Pinery near Owen; Claud Ashley Laffer pastoralist formerly of Busselton WA but now of Hollywood WA; Grace Yatala Coloman WOODS married woman formerly of West Maitland NSW but now of Strathfield NSW; Maud Mary Laffer spinster formerly of Adelaide but now of New York USA and Bruce Howard Laffer auctioneer Loxton Memorial 61/510

LAFFIN, Joshua farmer Goolwa Hundred of Encounter Bay land grant 1863 Grant Book 36 Page 186 County Hindmarsh

No 1

LAFFOLLY, Thomas carpenter Walkerville 1850 Memorial 482/23

LAFFOLLY, Thomas carpenter Norwood 1854 Memorial 475/66 Norwood Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee 1854 Memorial 93/99

No 1

LAGE, Peter farmer Hope Valley 1860 Memorial 115/161

LAGE, Peter mason Hope Valley 1860 Memorial 333/167

LAGE, Dorothea Charlotte Wilhelmine widow Highbury administratrix of the late Peter Lage 1880 Application 18327

LAGERSTROM, Henry labourer Gawler South 1878 Application 16774

No 1

LAHEY, Cornelius farmer Allen Creek 1853 Memorial 373/75

LAHEY, Cornelius farmer Kapunda 1855 Memorial 496s/93

LAHIFF, Michael mail guard Willunga 1875 Application 14640

No 1

LAHIFF, Patrick and Patrick Joseph farmers Tatiara 1901 Memorial 215/444

LAHIFF, Patrick Joseph farmer Wolseley. Hundred of Tatiara land grant 1905 Grant Book 7 Page 20 County Buckingham

LAHIFF, Richard Michael labourer Kapunda 1865 Memorial 74/202

LAHIFF, Michael labourer Kapunda 1866 Memorial 192/211

No 1

LAHN, Friedrich carpenter Adelaide 1854 Memorial 297/63

LAHN, Friedrich formerly of Adelaide but now of Melbourne Vic 1867 Memorial 41/346

LAIDLAW, Adam Gordon and James Gordon of Binnum 1881 Memorial 193/334

No 1

LAIDLAW, Alexander Gollan farmer Hundred of Kiana 1887 Memorial 211/384

LAIDLAW, Alexander Gollan farmer Kiara Pt Lincoln 1901 Memorial 206/443

LAIDLAW, Annie married woman Pt Lincoln 1913 Memorial 114/468

No 1

LAIDLAW, James carpenter Norwood 1867 Memorial 47/220

No 2

LAIDLAW, James manager Cannawigara Station Tatiara. Trustee School Bordertown (Hundred of Tatiara) allotment land grant 1867 Grant Book 66 Page 68 County Buckingham

LAIDLAW, James station master Cannawigara Co Buckingham Hundred of Naracoorte land grant 1870 Grant Book 50 Page 95 County Robe

LAIDLAW, James of Cannawigara Station near Bordertown Hundred of Naracoorte land grant 1871 Grant Book 50 Page 98 County Robe

No 3

LAIDLAW, James farmer Greyside near Bordertown 1883[-1885] Application 19998

LAIDLAW, James farmer Tatiara 1886 Memorial 179/375

No 1

LAIDLAW, Robert sheepfarmer Lake Roy Hundred of Glen Roy land grant 1873[-1877] Grant Book 29 Page 283 County MacDonnell

LAIDLAW, Robert of the Hundred of Glen Roy trustee Presbyterian Church Keppoch Hundred of Glen Roy land grant 1873 Grant Book 29 Page 289 County MacDonnell

No 2

LAIDLAW, Robert gentleman Blinman. Blinman North (Hundred of Carr) township allotment land grant 1868 Grant Book 66 Page 164a County Taunton

LAIDLAW, Robert of Blinman. Trustee Cemetery Blinman North Blinman North (Hundred of Carr) township allotment land grant 1873 Grant Book 66 Page 168 County Taunton

LAIDLAW, Robert hotelkeeper Hawker. Hundred of Wonoka land grant 1885 Grant Book 5 Page 29 County Blachford

No 1 - perhaps the same person

LAIDLAW, Thomas engineer North Adelaide 1855 Hundred of Macclesfield land grant Memorial 378/82

LAIDLAW, Thomas the Elder born 27/12/1807 Dover, Kent, England. He was a farmer at Tumby Bay by 1873, shortly before his death. Mrs John ANDERSON/HENDERSON of Tumby Bay possibly a member of his family. Charles FAULKNER formerly of Sliding Rock but now of Adelaide was T Laidlaw's brother-in-law. A grandson, Thomas Laidlaw, lived at Blinman. Walter Laidlaw farmer Tumby Bay was probably a relative Memorial 38/299

No 1

LAIDLAW, Walter farmer Poonindie Hundred of Louth land grant 1865 Grant Book 21 Page 12 County Flinders

LAIDLAW, Walter farmer Tumby Bay Hundred of Hutchison land grant 1881 Grant Book 21 Page 89 County Flinders

LAIDLAW, Walter of Pt Lincoln. Alex G Laidlaw mentioned but not described 1886 Memorial 230/376

No 2

LAIDLAW, Walter farmer Hundred of Way Sheringa (Hundred of Way) township allotment land grant 1888 Grant Book 48 Page 103 County Musgrave

LAIDLAW, William of Bordertown. Hundred of Tatiara land grant 1884 Grant Book 7 Page 13 County Buckingham

LAIDLER, Alfred law clerk 47 Hampton Rd, Keswick 1927, declared that he was in the employ of Messrs SYMON, MAYO, MURRAY and CUDMORE solicitors Brookman Buildings, Grenfell St, Adelaide Application 27500

No 1

LAIDLER, Thomas contractor Lansdowne near Mt Pleasant 1866 Memorial 13/213

LAIDLER, Thomas farmer Lansdowne near Mt Pleasant 1869 Memorial 111/243

LAING, Edward mason Gumeracha 1855 Memorial 449/83

LAING, Ernest Aleck pensioner Liverpool Rd, Goolwa 1961, declared that he had been born on 30/3/1878 and had lived in the town for 19 years Application 29422

LAING, Henry gardener Kensington 1850 Memorial 333/24

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

LAING, Martha widow North Gumeracha 1874 Memorial 14/273

LAING, Robert the Elder of North Shields, Northumberland, England, died 25/5/1863. His executors, his widow Charlotte Sophia LAING 61 Lansdown Road, Middlesex, England, and son, Robert Laing the Younger MA Corpus Christi College, Oxford, England, issued power of attorney to Henry GILES and James SMITH of Messrs Giles & Smith, Adelaide, to sell the land 7/2/1877 Deposit 200/1877

No 1

LAING, Peter bushman Penola 1864 Memorial 9/200

LAING, Peter labourer Penola 1863 Memorial 138/236

LAING, Peter labourer Penola and Elizabeth Laing his wife 1908 Memorial 18/460

No 1 - likely mixture of the Elder and the Younger

LAINTOLL, John yeoman Clarendon 1850[-1856] Memorial 170/25

LAINTOLL, John farmer near Kapunda 1864 Memorial 132/194

LAINTOLL (not LINTEN), John farmer formerly of Section 406 Co Light 1858 but now of Bagot Gap 1872 [Likely same address] Application 11940

LAINTOLL, John farmer Bagot Gap near Kapunda 1878[-1888] Memorial 247/305

LAINTOLL, John farmer Bagot Gap near Kapunda 1889 Application 21559

LAINTOLL, John the Elder farmer Bagot Gap, died 8/3/1890. His estate worth £445. His sons John Laintoll the Younger had died 23/8/1880 and Sidney Laintoll had died 6/4/1878 during his lifetime. The testator's two surviving sons, William Laintoll born 3/10/1849 and Thomas Laintoll born 6/5/1863 farmers Bagot Gap, inherited their father's real estate. The personal estate to go to the surviving sons and daughters equally absolutely. John Laintoll's six daughters called Mary Ann Laintoll, Ann Laintoll, Jane Laintoll, Kate Laintoll, Bridget Laintoll and Elizabeth Laintoll. The testator's unnamed widow to receive £25 a year for life out of a trust fund 1890 Application 21900

LAINTOLL, John [identity uncertain - obviously not John Laintoll the Elder or Younger; Thomas Laintoll had only daughters in his family] and Thomas farmers near Fords 1896 Application 23179

LAITY, John carter Port Road 1851[-1856] Memorial 405/38

No 1 - likely mixture of the Elder and the Younger

LAKE, Abraham yeoman Callington on the Bremer 1858 Memorial 164/144

LAKE, Abraham carpenter Callington. Callington Primitive Methodist Chapel trustee 1861 Memorial 237/177

LAKE, Abraham carpenter Callington on the Bremer 1865 Memorial 44/356

LAKE, Abraham builder Kensington 1884 Memorial 46/357

LAKE, A the Younger clerk High St, Kensington 1883 Memorial 129/350

LAKE, Charles Sydney farmer Hookina 1885 Memorial 51/370

LAKE, CW Hingston articled law clerk Adelaide (Currie St) 1902 Memorial 159/446

No 1

LAKE, George H clerk to James AT Lake solicitor Adelaide 1870 Memorial 85/249

LAKE, George H clerk Pt Adelaide linked with James Andrew Trehane Lake solicitor Adelaide 1871 Memorial 211/253

LAKE, George Hingston timber merchant Pt Adelaide in partnership with Charles John REYNOLDS trading as Lake and Reynolds 1877. Bankrupt 8/3/1877. Good list of assets in Enrolment 78/82

LAKE, George Hingston and Charles John REYNOLDS timber merchants Pt Adelaide trading under the style or firm of Lake and Reynolds, became bankrupts in 1877 Memorial 49/302

LAKE, George Hingston law clerk Jamestown Co Victoria. Eurelia (Hundred of Eurelia) township allotment land grant 1879 Grant Book 13 Page 287 County Dalhousie

LAKE, George H town clerk Jamestown 1880 Memorial 85/330

LAKE, George Hingston journalist Jamestown 1898 Memorial 149/435

No 1

LAKE, Henry general dealer Adelaide 1847[-1853] Memorial 482/9

LAKE, Henry general dealer Brighton 1854 Memorial 317/62

LAKE, Henry hawker Adelaide. Father of Mary Ann Yendall nee Lake wife of William Yendall woolsorter Hindmarsh 1874 Memorial 196/272

LAKE, Henry general dealer Adelaide 1875 Memorial 85/285

No 2

LAKE, Henry mason Robe Guichen Bay 1856 Memorial 224/101

LAKE, Henry stonemason Queenstown 1857 Memorial 237/130

LAKE, Henry bricklayer Pt Adelaide 1858 Application 136

LAKE, Henry plasterer Alberton 1859 Memorial 284/160

LAKE, Henry [formerly mason Robe but now] builder Eastern Plains 1864 Memorial 183/192

No 3 - likely to be a continuation of No 2

LAKE, Henry formerly sheep farmer North-Eastern Plains but now out of business North Adelaide 1868 Memorial 123/231

LAKE, Henry sheep farmer North-Eastern Plains became an insolvent debtor in 1868 [probably while living in North Adelaide] Application 9294

FIND - obit

LAKE, Henry gentleman Portland Estate linked with James Andrew Trehane Lake gentleman Adelaide over their lease of the Waste Lands of the Crown formerly known as the Lake Runs 1864 but now known as the Alberta Runs 1866 Memorials 123/207 37/211

Lake, Henry gentleman Pt Adelaide 1876 Memorial 91/286

Lake, Henry gentleman Pt Adelaide, one of the executors for the estate of JAT Lake merchant Enfield, who died 12/3/1876 Memorial 72 & 73/292

LAKE, Henry gentleman Semaphore died 2/1/1878 He left his estate in trust to his wife, Ann Lake, for life or until her remarriage (when she inherited one third of the estate absolutely); then to his children in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant. By 1887, the widowed Ann Lake lived at Athelstone. His family - George Kingston Lake publisher Jamestown, Sarah Ann LIDDELL wife of Anthony James Liddell shipsmith Kensington, Elizabeth Jane HOLMAN wife of John Henry Holman mine manager Echunga, Philippa Hodge HERRIOT wife of Charles Kerr Herriot bailiff Kapunda, Catherine Herriot wife of Stuart Robert Herriot butcher Adelaide, Emily Dolling COULLS wife of Henry James Coulls landholder Athelstone, and Mary Hodge Lake teacher Athelstone. Charles John REYNOLDS merchant Pt Augusta said in 1887 that he had been good friends with Henry Lake for twenty years up to the latter's death Application 20201

LAKE, Ann of Paradise Park Paradise (wife [should be widow] of Henry Lake builder), died 11/10/1889, of apoplexy and morbus cordis, aged 79 Application 22425

No 1 - likely to be the same person

LAKE, James gentleman Pt Adelaide 1860 Memorial 67/162

LAKE, James Andrew gentleman Pt Adelaide 1862 Memorial 63/182

No 1 - is this JAT Lake?

LAKE, James A clerk to SJ WAY solicitor Adelaide 1862[-1866] Memorial 338/200

No 2 - likely to be a continuation of No 1

LAKE, James Andrew Trehane accountant Portland Estate 1859 Memorial 213/155

LAKE, James Andrew Trehane accountant Queenstown 1863 Memorial 263/190

LAKE, James AT solicitor Adelaide 1868 Memorial 185/231

LAKE, James Andrew Trehane solicitor Pt Adelaide 1871[-1872] Memorial 70/257, Application 11922

LAKE, James Andrew Trehane formerly solicitor Adelaide but now timber merchant Pt Adelaide 1872 Memorial 18/259

LAKE, James Andrew Trehane timber merchant Adelaide 1874 Application 13900

LAKE, James Andrew Trehane merchant Enfield, died 12/3/1876. Husband of Harriett Bridgetina Lake. George Kingston Lake timber merchant Pt Adelaide and Henry Lake gentleman Pt Adelaide mentioned Memorials 72 & 73/292

LAKE, James Andrew Trehane merchant Adelaide, died 12/3/1876 at Enfield. Personal estate to his wife, Harriette Bridgetina Lake. 10/- per week to his father/mother, whoever is the survivor. The business of Lake & Reynolds, to go into trust. The testator's share in the business to be used for the raising of the children and the widow to have money for housekeeping; after her death or remarriage, for the children alone until all the children reach 21, when they receive an equal share of the company absolutely in remainder expectant. Funeral expenses not to exceed £10. Executors, his wife Harriette Bridgetina Lake of Enfield, his father, Henry Lake, of North Adelaide, and William Mayfield upholsterer Rundle St, Adelaide Enrolment 53/52

No 3

LAKE, James AT miner Mattawarrangala. Henry Lake mentioned but not described 1868 Memorial 144/235

LAKE, Julia Mary dairykeeper Clarence Park 1916 Application 26514

No 1

LAKE, Mary Annn spinster Wilcannia NSW 1871 Memorial 15/256

LAKE, Mary Ann spinster formerly of Wilcannia NSW but now of Adelaide 1873 Memorial 37/265

No 1

LAKE, Octavius Bible Christian Minister Moonta 1876[-1877] Memorial 38/295

LAKE, Octavius Bible Christian minister Yankalilla 1883 Memorial 147/381

LAKE, Thomas Richard butcher Penang 1898 Memorial 199/434

LAKE, William Myles carpenter 11 Martlesham Crescent, Colonel Light Gardens West. Edwardstown East Workmen's Hall Inc trustee 1929 Memorial 33/502

LAKEMAN, Charles Percey of SA 1887 Memorial 218/388

No 1

LAKEMAN, Frederick Allen warehouseman Adelaide 1885 Memorial 130/366

LAKEMAN, Frederick Allen of Adelaide 1897 Memorial 178/430

No 1 - likely to be the same person

LAKEMAN, Thomas gardener Echunga 1856 Echunga Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee Memorial 333/101

LAKEMAN, Thomas farmer Ashbourne 1856 Macclesfield Wesleyan Chapel trustee Memorial 299/101

LAKEMAN, Thomas gardener near Cox Creek 1860 Application 1652

LAKEMAN, Thomas gardener Crafers 1868 Memorial 160/232

No 1

LAKER, Benjamin Hamilton Pt Adelaide Corporation Town Clerk 1878 Application 16916.

LAKER, BH town clerk Pt Adelaide 1880[-1893] Memorial 103/327

LAKIE, Charles master mariner Queenstown 1869 Application 9835

No 1

LAKIN, William miner Pt Lincoln 1853[-1870] Memorial 269/61

LAKIN, William farmer Pt Lincoln 1867 Memorial 29/226

LAKIN, William farmer White River Pt Lincoln Hundred of Hutchison land grant 1868 Grant Book 21 Page 86 County Flinders

LA LAMMIN, S domestic servant Hundred of Bundey 1886 Memorial 105/374

No 1

LALLY, Michael labourer Gawler 1849 Memorial 156/15

LALLY, Michael farmer Gawler 1854[-1857] Memorial 276/71

LALLY, Michael farmer District of Mudla Wirra 1862 Memorial 152/182

LALLY, Michael farmer Gawler River 1866[-1873] Memorial 42/215

LALLY, Michael farmer Hundred of Mudla Wirra 1866 Memorial 219/216

LALLY, Michael farmer Mudla Wirra 1872 Application 12036

LALLY, Michael farmer Willaston 1884 Application 20152

LALLY, Michael farmer formerly of the Hundred of Mudla Wirra but now of Willaston near Gawler 1891 Memorial 44/410

No 1

LALOUETTE, Jules Honoral merchant Adelaide 1853 Memorial 103/52 Draper Adelaide 1854[-1855] Memorial 414/69

LALOUETTE, Jules Honorat wine and spirit merchant King William St, Adelaide 1855 Application 19557

LALOUETTE, Jules Honoral wine merchant Adelaide 1856 Memorial 89/97

LA MAR, William and John Thomas farmers Greenhills Special Survey 1852 Memorial 306/45

LAMB, Ann spinster Stanley St, North Adelaide 1851 Memorial 309/36

No 1

LAMB, Corbin gentleman Pt Adelaide 1855 Memorial 138/83

LAMB, Corbin accountant Alberton 1857[-1859] Memorial 89/118

LAMB, Corbin gentleman Pt Adelaide 1868 Memorial 92/234

LAMB, Corbin agent Pt Adelaide and Elizabeth Lamb his wife 1870. He owned the brig Ella Gladstone and shares in the SA Coal Co Ltd, as well as land in and around Pt Adelaide and Alberton 1870 Memorial 198/246

LAMB, Corbin port agent Pt Adelaide, attended to the affairs of William Henry Lamb, who had been declared a lunatic 1874 Memorial 76/271

LAMB, Corbin custom house agent Semaphore and Elizabeth Lamb his wife 1887 Memorial 88/388

LAMB, Edmund James mercantile clerk North Adelaide 1895 Application 22900

LAMB, Edmund William farmer formerly of Adelaide but now of Kapunda 1870 Memorial 172/249

LAMB, Edward clerk Adelaide eldest son and heir at law of the late John Lamb formerly yeoman Blakiston now deceased intestate 1871 Memorial 123/254

LAMB, Eliza Jane widow Broken Hill NSW 1912 Application 26115

LAMB, George dairyman Fullarton 1882 Memorial 159/344

LAMB, Henry William built a blacksmith shop on Allotments 13, 15 Willaston in 1877. He sold to Charles BROWN c1879, who sold again in 1880. Johann Heinrich BÖMKE operated the business between 1880-1891, the time of his death on 8/10/1891, of apoplexy aged 55, which his widow, Margaret BÖMKE leased at first for some years, and then sold to blacksmith Johann Carl Gustav STAEHR in 1901. He remained in business until his departure for Adelaide in 1922. William Weaver brickmaker Willaston, who had lived in the town since 1865, gave this information Application 27840

No 1

LAMB, Horace University of Adelaide professor Robe Tce, Medindie 1885 Memorial 216/371

LAMB, Horace Professor of the University of Adelaide, Robe Tce, Medindie, about to leave the province for a time, power of attorney to Arthur BOULT land agent Waymouth St, Adelaide, and William Barlow solicitor Victoria Square West, to manage his business affairs 28/7/1885 Deposit 215/1885

No 1

LAMB, James mason Redhill Co Daly. Booyoolie (later part of Gladstone Hundred of Booyoolie) township allotment land grant 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 311 County Victoria

LAMB, James mason Curramulka. Curramulka township allotment land grant 1879[-1885] Grant Book 19 Page 367 County Fergusson

LAMB, James farmer Muloowurtie 1893 Memorial 137/419

No 1

LAMB, James Gilbert innkeeper Aberdeen Hotel [Burra] 1857 Memorial 335/119

LAMB, JG publican Burra Hotel, Kooringa 1873 Application 12906

LAMB, James Gilbert publican Kooringa 1875 Application 14137

No 1

LAMB, John farmer Adelaide [Hundred of Willunga land purchase] 1848[-1849] Memorial 389/11

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

LAMB, John yeoman Blakiston 1854[-1856] Memorial 409/73

LAMB, John married Mary nee COUCHE, on 28/7/1836 at Fowey, Cornwall, England. Two sons born - Edward Lamb born 24/9/1840 and Henry Lamb born 14/4/1849; also 6 daughters, who were not named. The family emigrated to SA and settled at Blakiston. John LAMB yeoman Blakiston, died 6/6/1861 intestate, leaving his son Edward Lamb now messenger for the Bank of Adelaide 1876, as his heir at law. The Lambs owned Lot 4 of Section 4423, pt Sections 4424, 4425 Hundred of Macclesfield, known as the Blakiston Estate Application 15016

No 3

LAMB, John farmer Rochester. Hundred of Boucaut land grant 1877 Grant Book 55 Page 33 County Stanley

No 4

LAMB, John farmer Streaky Bay. Flinders (later Streaky Bay Hundred of Ripon) township allotment land grant 1886 Grant Book 66 Page 188 County Robinson

No 1

LAMB, Mary spinster Adelaide (North Tce), sister to Ann HOLLINS widow Kent Town 1865 Memorial 176/228

LAMB, Mary gentlewoman Noarlunga, died 3/2/1872 of old age and aldema of the legs, aged 76. She ran the Horse Shoe Store at Noarlunga, which she inherited in trust for life in the will of her sister Ann HOLLINS widow of Philip Hollins Esquire Kent Town,. Mrs Hollins had inherited the property absolutely in remainder expectant from her husband (who had provided for life for his two spinster sisters Margaret and Jane Hollins of Camden St, Derby). Mrs Hollins left the store, together with other allotments in the township of Old Noarlunga, absolutely in remainder expectant to her nephew, Thomas POTTER the Younger grocer Walsall, Staffs, England. He died 28/8/1875 of enlargement of the liver, aged 37. He left the Horse Shoe Store with other estate in trust for life to his wife, Mary Ann Potter nee THOMAS who had already died in the testator's lifetime, on 2/4/1875, of enlargement of the liver, aged 35 (daughter of Richard Thomas the Elder coalmaster Teddesley House, Bloxwich, Staffs, who died 23/11/1890) [Mrs Philip Hollins nee Ann Lamb widow Kent Town was a sister to Mary Lamb spinster Noarlunga and Mrs Thomas Potter the Elder nee Elizabeth Lamb, whose husband was a cooper in Chadsley Corbit, England. Thomas and Elizabeth Potter (died 31/7/1883) were the parents of Thomas Potter the Younger grocer Bloxwich. One of Thomas Potter the Younger's sons was called Lewis Arundel Hollins Potter. The Malpas family leased the Horse Shoe Store from Thomas Potter's children. William Malpas was Philip Hollins' solicitor. Alexander Birrell, who became the Potter family's local agent, was an executor for Philip Hollins' will] Application 27843

LAMB, Pickering mariner Pt Adelaide 1864 Memorial 2/197

LAMB, Richard seaman Port Bridge and Jessie Lamb his wife 1902 Application 24475

No 1

LAMB, Richard James gentleman Adelaide (Logan St) 1853 Memorial 220/49 Licensed victualler Glenelg 1854[-1855] Memorial 258/66 Member of the Glenelg, Brighton and Adelaide Building Society 1854 Memorial 454/75

LAMB, Richard James licensed victualler formerly of Adelaide but now of Glenelg 1855 Memorial 219/85

LAMB, Richard James licensed victualler Glenelg 1855 Memorial 492/86 Licensed victualler Glenelg Hotel, Glenelg 1855 Memorial 490/91

LAMB, Richard James licensed victualler Adelaide 1856 Memorial 76/110 Formerly licensed victualler Adelaide 1856 Memorial 181/110

LAMB, Robert Anderson baker Pt Adelaide 1937 Memorial 50/511

LAMB, Sydney butcher Hilton 1906 Application 25155

LAMB, Thomas tanner Bowden 1866 Application 7334

LAMB, William store manager Innamincka Out of Hundreds. Hopetoun (later Innamincka Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1890 Grant Book 65 Page 204 County Not named

No 1 - perhaps the same person

LAMB, WJ/F/H solicitor Pt Adelaide 1851 Memorial 280/30

LAMB, William Henry gentleman Pt Adelaide 1868 Memorial 57/233

LAMB, William Henry gentleman Adelaide purchased land in Little Adelaide 1869 Memorial 198/248

LAMB, William Henry formerly mercantile clerk Pt Adelaide and Kapunda but now lunatic Lunatic Asylum Adelaide 1872 Memorial 165/259, Application 13971 FIND check solicitor

LAMB, William Henry now declared a lunatic had his affairs in the hands of Corbin Lamb port agent Pt Adelaide 1874 Memorial 76/271

LAMBART, Sackville Hamilton farmer Angaston 1855 Memorial 140/96

LAMBCKEN, Johann Behrend carpenter North Adelaide 1880 Application 18327

No 1

LAMBELL, Richard ironmonger Adelaide 1856 Memorial 64/101

LAMBELL, Richard ironmonger Adelaide (Hindley St) 1858 Memorial 150/153

LAMBELL, Richard ironmonger Adelaide (Hindley St), died 25/12/1861. He left a wife, Sarah Lambell, and 4 children - William Robert Lambell ironmonger Adelaide, James Martin Lambell, Sarah Grace MELVIN nee Lambell wife of ? Melvin of Adelaide and Lucy Mary Lambell. Sarah Lambell died 4/3/1867, Lucy Mary Lambell died 17/4/1867 Memorial 76/250

LAMBELL, Richard of Hindley St, Adelaide, buried in the West Tce Cemetery 27/12/1861, aged 55 Application 12682.

LAMBELL, Sarah widow Adelaide 1862 Memorial 313/181

No 1

LAMBERT, Albert Edward quarryman Penrice 1903 Application 24543

LAMBERT, Albert Edward contractor Penrice 1902[-1909] Memorial 99/447, Application 25649

LAMBERT, Alfred of Aldinga, died 1866. He left his entire estate to Edwin WATTS of Aldinga Memorial 27/216

No 1

LAMBERT, Benjamin shoemaker Payneham 1840 Memorial 44/451

LAMBERT, Benjamin of Melrose near Mt Remarkable 1854 Memorial 136/71

LAMBERT, Benjamin stockholder Melrose near Mt Remarkable 1858 Memorial 116/142

LAMBERT, Benjamin licensed victualler Stanley Arms Watervale linked with John Lambert stockholder Barrier Range 1866. John Lambert was a miner at White Cliffs NSW by 1904 Memorials 85/217, 44/451

LAMBERT, Benjamin licensed victualler Watervale, died 26/3/1867 intestate. John Lambert, a miner at White Cliffs NSW by 1904, was his eldest son and heir at law Memorial 44/451

LAMBERT, David the Younger farmer Eden Valley Hundred of Bagot land grant 1875 Grant Book 17 Page 230 County Eyre

LAMBERT, Edmund Barty labourer Kersbrook 1926 Memorial 32/495

LAMBERT, Edward Arthur farm labourer Towitta 1904 Grant Book 17 Page 35 County Eyre

LAMBERT, Francis the Younger goldsmith Coventry St, London, Middlesex, England, died no date. His executor and trustee, Susannah Lucy BENNETT spinster 6 Mayow Road, Forest Hill, Kent, England, issued power of attorney to Randolph Isham STOW and Talbot Baines BRUCE the partner of the said RI Stow, attorneys and barristers Adelaide, to manage the Lambert estate at Currency Creek and Goolwa, and offer it for sale 10/8/1867 Deposit 203/1868

No 1

LAMBERT, George labourer Penwortham 1849[-1850] Memorial 412/18

No 2 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

LAMBERT, George farmer Chain of Ponds 1856 Memorial 111/98

LAMBERT, George farmer Hundred of Tungkillo 1863[-1876] Memorial 117/190

LAMBERT, George farmer Murray Flats. Salisbury Strict Baptist Chapel trustee 1876 Memorial 110/297

LAMBERT, George farmer Towitta 1880 Memorial 68/323

LAMBERT, George the Younger of Towitta 1909 Application 25689

No 3

LAMBERT, George farmer Golden Grove 1865 Memorial 268/205

LAMBERT, George the Elder farmer Golden Grove Hundred of Bagot land grant 1876 Grant Book 17 Page 232 County Eyre

No 4

LAMBERT, George the Younger farmer Golden Grove Hundred of Bagot land grant 1878 Grant Book 17 Page 232 County Eyre

No 5

LAMBERT, George mason Strathalbyn 1867 Memorial 188/226

No 1 - the Elder

LAMBERT, George Robert the Elder Esquire Captain in the RN Weston near Thames Ditton, Surrey, England 1842 [purchased the Springfield Estate near Auburn - his son, GR Lambert the Younger, came to live there] Memorial 463/2

LAMBERT, George Robert the Elder Captain of HMS Fox in the East Indies, power of attorney to his son George Robert Lambert the Younger, of SA, to manage his SA estates 16/7/1852. On 25/5/1866, now Sir GR Lambert, appointed Joseph DARWENT Esquire Adelaide, to manage the SA estates Deposit 15/OA

LAMBERT, George Robert (Sir) Admiral in the RN 7 Warwick Square, Middlesex, England, died 5/6/1869. His executors, Frederick William Lambert Lieutenant Col in HM Army The Holmwood Dorking, Sussex; Katherine Georgiana Lambert spinster 26 Elgin Road, Notting Hill Middlesex; and Bartle John Laurie FRERE Esquire 28 Lincolns Inn Fields, Middlesex, gave power of attorney to Joseph DARWENT Esquire Adelaide, to manage the SA estate 18/5/1871. Rents to go to GR Lambert the Younger for life, then to his children as tenants in common absolutely in remainder expectant. The testator's London house to his widow, Jane Katherine Lambert, for the rest of the lease. The remainder of GR Lambert the Elder's estate to his daughter, Katherine Georgiana Lambert spinster 26 Elgin Road, Notting Hill Middlesex absolutely in remainder expectant. Estate worth £4,000 Deposit 69/1872

No 2 - the Younger

LAMBERT, George Robert the Younger of Kercoonda near Auburn 1855[-1873] Memorials 27/92 & 167/259

LAMBERT, George gentleman Kercoonda 1858 linked with Sir George Robert Lambert Rear Admiral in HM Navy Norbiton Place, Surrey, England Memorial 148/136

LAMBERT, George Robert farmer Auburn 1878 Memorial 131/308

LAMBERT, George Robert the Elder farmer near Auburn, died 20/11/1875, of cerebral effusion, cerebral softening and abcess, aged 54. He was the father of George Robert Lambert the Younger farmer Auburn 1878 Application 16910

LAMBERT, George Robert the Younger, son of the late Sir George Robert Lambert the Elder of Surbiton, Surrey, England, married Mary Ann nee ? on 25/5/1846 in Adelaide. George Robert Lambert the Younger farmer near Auburn, died 20/11/1875 of cerebral effusion and cerebral softening, aged 54. Their only son, George Robert Lambert the Third, born 13/9/1852, now farmer Auburn 1878, inherited something of his grandfather Lambert's estate Application 16910.

LAMBERT, George Robert farmer Springfield near Auburn, died 20/11/1875, of cerebral effusion and cerebral softening abcesses, aged 54. He was the son of Sir George Robert Lambert. George Robert Lambert the 111d, born 13/9/1852 near Auburn, inherited his father’s property, Springfield, through the terms of his grandfather’s will Application 21197.

LAMBERT, George Robert the Younger farmer near Auburn, died 20/11/1875, of cerebral effusion, cerebral softening and abcess, aged 54. He was the father of George Robert Lambert the Third farmer Auburn 1878 Application 16910

LAMBERT, George Thomas mayor Broken Hill NSW 1895 Memorial 135/424

No 1

LAMBERT, Henry Clement gardener Chain of Ponds 1919 Memorial 115/479

LAMBERT, Henry Clement gardener formerly of Chain of Ponds but now of Cudlee Creek 1937 Memorial 35/511

LAMBERT, Isaac farmer near Nairne 1860 Memorial 297/165

No 1

LAMBERT, James Henry news agent Hart St, Semaphore andl Sophia Lambert his wife 1925 Memorial 90/493

LAMBERT, James Henry newsagent formerly of Hart St, Semaphore but now of Glenelg 1938. Husband of Sophia Lambert Application 28142

No 1

LAMBERT, John farmer Gumeracha 1855 Memorial 145/83

LAMBERT, John postmaster Morphett Vale 1879 Memorial 193/313

No 2

LAMBERT, John labourer Portland Estate 1862 Application 3702

LAMBERT, John stevedore Portland Estate 1884 Application 20074

No 1

LAMBERT, Joseph mason Gawler Plains 1855 Memorial 424/92

LAMBERT, Joseph farmer Salisbury 1858 Memorial 157/142

LAMBERT, Joseph mason Salisbury 1860 Memorial 57/165

LAMBERT, Joseph mason Gawler Plains 1860[-1885] Memorial 51/171

LAMBERT, Joseph formerly farmer 1858 but now mason Salisbury 1864 Application 4805

No 2

LAMBERT, Joseph gentleman Staplehurst, Le Fevre Peninsula 1883 Memorial 205/350

LAMBERT, Joseph bricklayer Staplehurst Le Fevre Peninsula, died 31/1/1893. Father of Jane POWELL wife of William Powell mason Staplehurst Memorial 193/441

LAMBERT, Joseph bricklayer Staplehurst Le Fevre Peninsula, died 31/1/1893. He left his entire estate to his daughter, Jane POWELL wife of William Powell mason Staplehurst Application 26546

No 3 - perhaps the same person

LAMBERT, Joseph mason Narracoorte 1871 Application 11496

LAMBERT, Joseph JP storekeeper Wolseley 1887 Memorial 157/384

LAMBERT, Joseph James Henry newsagent Hart St, Semaphore 1924 Memorial 156/491 

No 1

LAMBERT, Matthew farmer Kensington 1851 Memorial 300/30

LAMBERT, Matthew farmer the Para 1855 Memorial 367/85

LAMBERT, Matthew farmer Hawthorn Dean Little Para District of Highercombe, Hundred of Yatala. Robert MCEWEN was his adjoining neighbour 1856 Memorial 91/108

LAMBERT, Michael of Mt Gambier 1855 Memorial 247/87

No 1 - perhaps the same person

LAMBERT, Richard wheelwright Adelaide 1846 Memorial 496/6

LAMBERT, Richard wheelwright Hurtle Vale 1854 Memorial 489/75

LAMBERT, Robert farmer Mt Gambier 1859 Memorial 200/156

LAMBERT, Stephen labourer Towitta 1895 Grant Book 17 Page 32 County Eyre

LAMBERT, Susanna spinster Towitta 1896 Grant Book 17 Page 32 County Eyre

No 1

LAMBERT, Thomas farmer Mt Barker 1841[-1847] Memorial 280/74

No 2

LAMBERT, Thomas farmer Reynella 1867 Memorial 7/219

No 3 - perhaps the same person

LAMBERT, Thomas labourer Swede Flat 1876 Memorial 76/290

LAMBERT, Thomas farmer Mundalla 1885 Memorial 144/365

LAMBERT, William farmer Bagot Well Co Light. Hundred of Barunga land grant 1882 Grant Book 14 Page 472 County Daly

No 1 - likely to be a mixture of the Elder and the Younger

LAMBERT, William Gilchrist auctioneer Adelaide 1843 Memorial 19/3

LAMBERT, WG Clerk to E SOLOMON & Co Adelaide 1849[-1855] Memorial 271/27

LAMBERT, William Gilchrist the Elder gentleman Adelaide (Wright St) 1855 Memorial 9/85

LAMBERT, WS secretary to the West Callington Copper and Silver Mining Co No Liability 1896 Memorial 189/428

LAMBETH, Richard architect Adelaide (Gawler Place - formerly Joseph BELL's carpenter shop) 1846[-1850] Memorial 122/6

LAMBLES, James Wills farmer Cudlee Creek 1851 Memorial 500/29

LAMBSWOOD, William mason North Adelaide 1854[-1855] Memorials 499/62, 69/82

No 1

LAMCKEN, Johann Behrend cabinetmaker North Adelaide 1848 Memorial 274/12

LAMCKEN, Johann Behrend farmer Highbury 1859 Memorial 348/148

No 1

LAMERTON, Richard farmer Gawler River 1853 Memorial 392/50

LAMERTON, Richard of Lamplough Vic 1860 Application 1899

LAMERTON, William John mason Goodwood Park 1856[-1859] Memorial 260/109

No 1

LAMING, Henry farmer Hundred of Pirie 1885 Memorial 183/371

LAMING, Henry farmer Hundred of Pirie. Hundred of Pirie land grant 1893 Grant Book 60 Page 301 County Victoria

LAMING, Wallace John stockbuyer Walkerville. Walkerville Methodist Church trustee 1912 Memorial 137/466

No 1

LAMLEY, William gentleman Adelaide 1841 Memorial 222/1

LAMLEY, William gentleman Thebarton 1852[-1853] Memorial 274/39

No 1

LAMMEY, John grocer North Adelaide 1856 Memorial 331/103

LAMMEY, John grocer North Adelaide (Tynte St) 1867 Memorial 33/220

LAMMEY, John wine and spirit merchant North Adelaide 1872 Memorial 130/259

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

No 1

LAMMING, Edwin George farmer Paskeville 1906[-1931] Memorial 140/455

LAMMING, Edwin George farmer formerly of Paskeville but now of Moonta 1931 Application 27771

LAMMING, Edwin Robert farmer Paskeville. Hundred of Kulpara land grant 1910 Grant Book 14 Page 337 County Daly

No 1

LAMOND, Alexander boundary rider Hundred of Andrews trustee unnamed School Hundred of Andrews Hundred of Andrews land grant 1875 Grant Book 56 Page 310 County Stanley

LAMOND, Alexander farmer Hundred of Everard 1884[-1888] Memorial 5/359

LAMONT, Allan labourer Penola and Gertrude May Lamont his wife 1909 Application 25667

No 1

LAMPARD, Frederick farmer Rosenthal 1852 Memorial 287/40

LAMPARD, Frederick farmer Rosenthal, died c1858. He left his estate to the Adelaide Oddfellow's Lodge Memorial 66/149

LAMPARD, Frederick farmer and medical practitioner Rosenthal, died 1858-1859. His wife, Rebecca Lampard, died 18/10/1893 Sandy Creek, of senile decay and epilepsy, aged 80. Their only surviving child, Mary Lampard spinster Sandy Creek 1909, was born September 1851 Rosenthal Application 25709

LAMPARD, Frederick farmer Rosenthal, died c1859. All land in trust to his wife, for life, then to his daughter absolutely in remainder expectant. Trustees: Adelaide Oddfellows Friendly Lodge. Property in the Barossa, Islington. Some property to be sold straight after his death for the trustees to pay expenses. The Lodge to get the properties if the daughter died before reaching the age of 21. Wife and daughter not named Enrolment 4/39

No 1

LAMPARD, James and William stockholders Wellington on the Murray 1853 Memorial 53/51

LAMPARD, James and William farmers East Wellington Hundred of Seymour land grant 1863 Grant Book 53 Page 68 County Russell

LAMPARD, James farmer East Wellington Murray River Hundred of Seymour land grant 1879 Grant Book 54 Page 118 County Russell

LAMPARD, Levi labourer Anlaby near Kapunda 1861 Application 2347

No 1

LAMPARD, Robert Hall farmer Laura Hundred of Appila land grant 1879 Grant Book 24 Page 499 County Frome

LAMPARD, Robert Hall of Kanyaka 1885 Memorial 18/369

No 1

LAMPARD, William stockholder Wellington on the Murray 1853 Memorial 53/51

LAMPARD, William and James stockholders Wellington on the Murray 1867 Application 8514

LAMPARD, William farmer East Wellington Hundred of Seymour land grant 1872[-1877] Grant Book 54 Page 115 County Russell

LAMPARD, William farmer formerly of near Wellington on the Murray but now of Bringalbart near Apsley Vic 1883 Memorial 223/351

LAMPE, Alfred Ernst Richard August teacher Yankalilla 1887 Memorial 73/424

No 1

LAMPE, Francis brewer Oakbank, died c1915. Father of Francis Christopher Lampe civil servant Adelaide Memorial 54/475

LAMPE, Francis brewer Oakbank, died 5/12/1914. His personal estate to his wife, Sarah Lampe, absolutely. His real estate to be sold - half the proceeds to his wife absolutely, the other half of the proceeds to his children in equal shares absolutely. Estate worth £3,000 Application 26584

LAMPE, Francis Christopher civil servant Adelaide 1917 Application 26584

LAMPE, Hermann of Mitcham had rights in partnership to work certain quarries on Section 161 in Brownhill Creek 1884 Memorial 162/357

No 1

LAMPHEE, Frederick commercial traveller Magill 1902 Application 24511

LAMPHEE, Frederick commercial traveller Norwood and Agnes Caroline Lamphee his wife 1924 Application 27265

LAMPHEE, Henry blacksmith Kapunda 1883 Memorial 245/350

LAMPHEE, P accountant Adelaide 1906 Memorial 19/456

LAMPREY, W telegraph operator Gawler 1883 Memorial 224/352

No 1

LAMROCK, Samuel formerly of Gawler but now of the colony of Victoria 1856 Memorial 124/100

LAMROCK, Samuel farmer Broken River Vic 1856 He owned land in Gawler Memorial 112/102

LAMSHED, Ellen widow Bute. Hundred of Ninnes land grant 1910 Grant Book 14 Page 300 County Daly

No 1

LAMSHED, Henry carter Strathalbyn 1865 Memorial 110/206

LAMSHED, Henry farmer Strathalbyn 1865[-1871] Memorial 310/201

LAMSHED, Henry farmer Yorke Valley Maitland township allotment land grant 1873 Grant Book 19 Page 475 County Fergusson

LAMSHED, Henry farmer Yorke Valley trustee unnamed School Maitland township allotment land grant 1873 Grant Book 19 Page 476 County Fergusson

LAMSHED, Henry farmer near Maitland trustee Wesleyan Methodist Church Maitland township allotment land grant 1873 Grant Book 19 Page 476 County Fergusson

LAMSHED, Henry farmer Hundred of Maitland trustee unnamed cemetery Hundred of Maitland land grant 1875 Grant Book 19 Page 101 County Fergusson

LAMSHED, Henry farmer Maitland Hundred of Maitland land grant 1903 Grant Book 19 Page 109 County Fergusson

LAMSHED, Henry farmer formerly of Strathalbyn but now of Maitland 1903 Memorial 213/448

LAMSHED, Herbert Sidney farmer Lameroo. Hundred of Bews land grant 1918 Grant Book 12 Page 11 County Chandos

LAMSHED, Milton Maxwell railway porter Salisbury and Irene Lockhard Lamshed his wife 1947[-1955] Memorial 12/522

LAMSHED, Samuel Thomas farmer Tiparra. Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1912 Grant Book 14 Page 285 County Daly

No 1

LAMSHED, Sarah Ann widow near Naracoorte [Mrs Jacob Lamshed nee Sarah Ann FOSTER] Hundred of Naracoorte land grant 1882 Grant Book 50 Page 115 County Robe

LAMSHED, Sarah Ann widow near Naracoorte Hundred of Waterhouse land grant 1885 Grant Book 50 Page 22 County Robe

LAMSHED, Thomas farmer Kadina. Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1910 Grant Book 14 Page 283 County Daly

LANCASTER, James storekeeper Adelaide 1849 Memorial 261/18 Storekeeper Norwood 1851 Memorial 79/30

LAND, Thomas Henry labourer Hindmarsh 1866 Memorial 182/219

No 1

LANDER, Edward policeman Thebarton 1851 Memorial 167/30

LANDER, Edward farmer Thebarton 1856 Memorial 237/97

LANDER, John carpenter Moonta trustee an unnamed Cemetery 1897 Grant Book 14 Page 92 County Daly

LANDER, John H clerk Adelaide 1887 Memorial 191/382

LANDER, Joseph joiner Ballarat Vic married 16/1/1865 Emma WATSON widow of the late Thomas Watson formerly miner Ballarat 1858 Application 14310

No 1

LANDER, Richard Livett storekeeper Strathalbyn 1854 Memorial 193/79

LANDER, Richard Livett and Richard STEPHENS storekeepers Strathalbyn trading as co-partners 1858 Memorial 155/145

LANDER, Richard Livett merchant and storekeeper Strathalbyn 1858 Memorial 69/140

LANDER, Richard Livett and STEPHENS, Richard storekeepers Strathalbyn 1859 Application 934

LANDER, Richard Livett sheep farmer formerly of Strathalbyn but now of Lake Sunday Yorke Peninsula 1862 Memorial 116/184

LANDER, Richard Livett sheep farmer Lake Sunday Yorke Peninsula 1868 Memorial 101/235

LANDER, Richard Livett gentleman Adelaide 1884 Enrolment 27/54.

LANDER, Richard Livett sheep farmer Adelaide (Wakefield St) 1874 Memorial 160/272

LANDER, Richard Livett gentleman Wakefield St, Adelaide 1876, owned land in Mt Gambier as well. About 1880, he left SA, leaving no clue as to his whereabouts Application 26351

LANDER, Mary widow Angas St East, Adelaide 1920. Relict of Richard Lander storekeeper Strathalbyn. A daughter of James DAWSON the Elder gentleman Strathalbyn and his wife, Jane Dawson Application 26873

LANDER, Sarah of Stepney 1856 Memorial 64/99

LANDERGAU, Arthur organist Christchurch, Province Canterbury, New Zealand, power of attorney to his wife, Jessie Landergau, about to proceed to SA to sell all his property in the province 12/3/1883 Deposit 91/1883

LANDERS, George fisherman Alberton 1853 Memorial 115/46

LANDERS, James of the firm of Landers & COOK merchants Adelaide 1855 Memorial 331/100

LANDMAN, Alfred Augustus bee farmer Keith. Keith (Hundred of Stirling) township allotment land grant 1908 Grant Book 7 Page 99 County Buckingham

LANDMAN, Charles George gentleman Adelaide 1841, bought land grant Section 840 Survey C in what later became known as Baker Gully near ? , and lived there. In 1842, he mortgaged the land for £200 to William Bennett EDMONDS farmer Baker Gully and then left SA. WB Edmunds kept the property and rented it out to recover the money he had lent out. As late as 1893, relatives in Britain said that CG Landman must be dead, as no further news was ever heard of him Application 22494

No 1

LANDRIGAN, James gentleman Adelaide 1839. Shepherd at Anlaby Station by 1854 Application 26712

LANDRIGAN, James shepherd Anlaby 1854 Memorial 279/68

LANDSBERG, Paul of Kapunda 1876 Memorial 3/290

No 1

LANDSEER, Albert Henry plaisterer Bowden 1850 Memorial 107/56 Mason Adelaide 1852 Memorial 464/43 Mason Bowden 1852 Memorial 106/56 Storekeeper Bowden 1854 Memorial 484/75 Storekeeper Pt Elliot 1854[-1855] Memorial 298/62

LANDSEER, Albert Henry storekeeper formerly of Pt Elliot but now of Milang 1857 Memorial 46/123

LANDSEER, Albert Henry storekeeper Milang and Rosa Landseer his wife 1866 Application 7265

LANDSEER, Albert Henry storekeeper Milang 1867 Memorial 230/222

LANDSEER, Albert Henry Esquire MP Milang 1882 He was a director of the Milang Land Building and Investment Society Application 19173

LANDSEER, Albert Henry merchant Milang 1891 Application 22135

LANDSEER, Albert Henry gentleman of Milang and Adelaide merchant, corn merchant and MP linked with AH Landseer Ltd with head office in Register Chambers, Grenfell St, Adelaide 1906 Memorial 184/454

LANDSEER, AH Ltd whose registered office was at 44 Grenfell Buildings of Grenfell St, Adelaide 1913 Memorial 14/469

LANDSEER, Rosa wife of Albert Henry Landseer storekeeper Milang, died. She left her estate in trust to provide an income for life for Mary Ann MASSON widow Modbury, the relict of the testator's late father, William Henry Masson, then in trust to provide an income for life to the testator's daughter, Florence Ada Landseer, then absolutely to whomever the daughter nominated in her will 1871 Memorial 201/255

No 1

LANDSEER, Horace Henry Julian clerk Milang 1918 Memorial 137/477

LANDSEER, Horace Henry Julian formerly clerk but now out of business Milang 1940 Memorial 175/514

No 1

LANDSEER, Lawrence Harcourt managing director of AH Landseer Ltd Adelaide 1916 Application 26549

LANDSEER, Lawrence Harcourt merchant Adelaide 1950 Memorial 131/524

LANDVOIGT, Friedrich doctor Hahndorf 1853[-1854]

Memorial 420/64

No 1

LANDVOIGT, Philipp licensed victualler Adelaide 1872[-1884] Memorial 140/258

LANDVOIGT, Johann Philipp gentleman Adelaide 1878 Memorial 223/306

LANDVOIGT, JP of Wakefield St, Adelaide 1883 Memorial 98/347

LANDVOIGT, Johann Philipp publican Adelaide 1883 Application 19593

LANDVOIGT, Johann Philipp licensed victualler Adelaide. Johann Franz Landvoigt mentioned but not described 1890 Memorial 42/405

LANDVOIGT, Johann Philipp formerly licensed victualler but then out of business Adelaide 1901 Memorial 107/443

No 1

LANE, Aaron farmer and contractor Kingston S-E 1868 Memorial 147/234

LANE, Aaron farmer and contractor Kingston S-E. Albin S Lane mentioned but not described 1868 Memorial 147/234

LANE, Aaron of Reedy Creek near Robe and Clara Lane his wife Millicent (Hundred of Mt Muirhead) township allotment land grant 1872 Grant Book 31 Page 502 County Grey

LANE, Aaron boardinghouse keeper Millicent trustee unnamed School Hundred of Mt Muirhead Hundred of Mt Muirhead land grant 1873 Grant Book 31 Page 193 County Grey

LANE, Aaron hotelkeeper Rivoli Bay Hundred of Rivoli Bay land grant 1877 Grant Book 31 Page 253 County Grey

LANE, Aaron licensed victualler Rivoli Bay and Clara Lane his wife Beachport (Hundred of Rivoli Bay) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 31 Page 284 County Grey

No 1

LANE, Charles labourer Kensington 1845 Memorial 177/5

LANE, Charles labourer formerly of Kensington but now of Mt Torrens 1851 Memorial 348/37

No 2

LANE, Charles sawyer Pt Adelaide 1856[-1857] Memorial 49/106

No 3

LANE, Charles Methodist minister Brompton President of the SA Methodist Conference 1887 Grant Book 14 Page 136 County Daly

No 1

LANE, Charles E accountant Strathalbyn 1874 Memorial 151/272

LANE, Charles E clerk Adelaide 1876 Memorial 38/293

No 1

LANE, Charles Henry sawyer Mt Gambier Hundred of Hindmarsh land grant 1878 Grant Book 30 Page 199 County Grey

LANE, Charles Henry farmer Tantanoola Tantanoola (formerly Lucieton Hundred of Hindmarsh) township allotment land grant 1888[-1890] Grant Book 31 Page 299 County Grey

LANE, Charles Henry farmer Tantanoola Hundred of Hindmarsh land grant 1894 Grant Book 30 Page 205 County Grey

LANE, Charles Henry farmer Hundred of Hindmarsh Hundred of Hindmarsh land grant 1899 Grant Book 30 Page 206 County Grey

LANE, Charles sawyer Tantanoola and Seraphina Lane his wife Tantanoola (formerly Lucieton Hundred of Hindmarsh) township allotment land grant 1897 Grant Book 31 Page 300 County Grey

LANE, Christopher Bagot of Gladstone. Hundred of Booyoolie land grant 1879[-1880] Grant Book 60 Page 157 County Victoria

LANE, Douglas James out of business Williamstown 1953 Memorial 88/528

No 1

LANE, Edward gardener Section 7 Survey B 1849 Memorial 346/17

LANE, Edward and James sawyers in the Hundred of Willunga near Meadows 1855 Memorial 165/94

LANE, Edward and James sawyers and splitters Meadows 1858 Memorial 338/144

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

LANE, Edward farmer Willunga 1859 Memorial 10/151

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

LANE, Edward gardener Gawler 1859[-1870] Memorial 323/148

LANE, Edward the Younger gardener Gawler 1880 Memorial 112/322

No 4

LANE, Edward undertaker Thebarton and Ann Lane his wife 1877 Application 16874

No 5

LANE, Edward accountant Gawler 1888 Application 27609

LANE, Elizabeth of Allen Creek 1859. She could not write Memorial 216/169

LANE, Florence spinster Kooringa 1914 Memorial 152/470

LANE, Francis wheelwright Tea Tree Gully and Sarah Lane his wife, a daughter of the late Henry CALTON formerly auctioneer Gawler but now deceased and sister to Sophia Calton spinster Norwood 1875 Memorial 99/280

LANE, Francis Edward labourer formerly of Pt Adelaide but now of Liddon Place, Portland Estate and Clara Blanche Lane his wife 1926 Application 27459

LANE, Frederick licensed victualler Clare 1879 Memorial 161/317

No 1

LANE, George tailor Adelaide (Leigh St) 1856[-1857] Memorial 111/110

LANE, George gentleman Adelaide (King William St) 1864 Memorial 291/199

LANE, George clothier Adelaide 1866 Memorial 23/209

LANE, George gentleman Wakefield St, Adelaide (about to leave SA for a while) linked with George Thomas Lane merchant's clerk Adelaide 1873 Memorial 34/264

LANE, George gentleman Norfolk Square, Southsea, Portsea, Hants, England, power of attorney to his son, George Thomas LANE merchant’s clerk Adelaide, to manage his real estate in SA 27/8/1878. He was apparently on holiday in England, or an extended stay. By Dec 1882, G Lane the Elder had returned to SA and was about to leave again for England. Power of attorney to his son, as before Deposits 195/1879, 213/1880, 80/1883

LANE, George gentleman Adelaide 1887 Memorial 142/382

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1, or else GT Lane

LANE, George secretary to the SA Coffee Taverns Company Ltd 1880 Memorial 62/325

No 1

LANE, George Thomas land agent Adelaide 1882[-1884] Memorial 133/346

LANE, George T land broker Adelaide (87 King William St) 1885 Application 20486

LANE, George Thomas land agent Adelaide (Australian Widows Fund Building Grenfell St) 1887 Memorial 105/388

No 1

LANE, Henry clerk to FF TURNER solicitor Gawler 1878 Application 16829

No 2

LANE, Henry teamster Williamstown 1892 Application 22393

No 3

LANE, Henry farmer Lameroo. Hundred of Parilla land grant 1910 Grant Book 12 Page 96 County Chandos

No 4

LANE, Henry retired dairy farmer 242 Days Rd, Islington 1947, declared that he had been born in July 1866. He had been living at the above address since c1897 Application 28512

LANE, Henry Leo McMahon farmer Pinnaroo. Hundred of Pinnaroo land grant 1927 Grant Book 12 Page 55 County Chandos

No 1

LANE, James and William farmers Magill 1854 Memorial 337/64

No 2 - possibly linked with No 1

LANE, James farmer Rapid Bay 1887 Memorial 61/388

LANE, James farmer Minlacowie 1887 Memorial 62/388

LANE, James farmer Brentwood 1887 Memorial 63/388

LANE, James formerly of Minlacowie but now of the colony of Victoria 1888 Memorial 74/390

No 1

LANE, John shoemaker Mitcham 1848 Memorial 89/11

LANE, John shoemaker [formerly of Mitcham but now of] Adelaide (South Tce) 1848[-1851]. Memorial 375/11

LANE, John formerly shoemaker but now licensed victualler Adelaide 1855 Memorial 358/81

LANE, John innkeeper formerly of Mitcham but now of Adelaide 1851 Memorial 377/36

LANE, John licensed victualler Adelaide 1856 Memorial 95/102

LANE, John licensed victualler Britannia Hotel, Norwood 1853 Memorial 266/50

LANE, John formerly licensed victualler but now out of business Norwood 1854 Memorial 127/72

LANE, John painter Norwood 1856 Memorial 174/100

LANE, John painter and glazier Adelaide 1856[-1857] Memorial 388/100

LANE, John publican Lower Mitcham 1858 Memorial 274/132

LANE, John of Lower Mitcham, died 1868. He left his entire estate in trust to his wife, Dorothy Lane, for life, then in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant to his children Edward John Lane and Mary Heard Lane. The estate included The Torrens Arms, which ET SMITH brewer Kent Town bought in 1881 for £1,250. Mary Heard Lane spinster had married and become a widow by 1881 - Mary Heard LEVI of Lower Mitcham. Likely that EJ Lane, her brother, had died as well. Elizabeth Lane widow North Adelaide had the guardianship of Mary Lane, Edward John Lane, Robert Lane, Martha Lane and Philip Lane 'all infants' Memorials 70 & 71/336

LANE, John farmer and hotel keeper Lower Mitcham, died 25/3/1868. He left his estate in trust to his wife, Dorothy Lane, for life, then to be sold and the proceeds distributed equally absolutely in remainder expectant amongst his surviving children - Edward John Lane, Mary Heard Lane. Dorothy Lane died 30/11/1897, of morbus cordis and cerebral embolism, aged 84. Harold Mayo ADDISON auctioned the real estate on 31/3/1898. On 14/1/1881, the SA Supreme Court authorised the sale of the Torrens Arms, at Mitcham, to ET SMITH brewer Adelaide, on behalf of Dorothy Lane widow Mitcham, also Elizabeth Lane widow North Adelaide, with her guardian children - Mary Lane, Edward John Lane, Robert Lane, Martha Lane and Philip Lane 'all infants' Application 24058

LANE, Dorothy widow Mitcham 1876 Memorial 70/294

No 2

LANE, John yeoman Adelaide 1849 Memorial 140/14

No 3 - possibly the same person

LANE, John yeoman Unley 1850 Memorial 224/28

LANE, John gardener Brownhill Creek 1866 Memorial 240/209

No 4

LANE, John sawyer near Williamstown 1868 Memorial 150/232

No 5

LANE, John shepherd Mayurra South East Millicent (Hundred of Mt Muirhead) township allotment land grant 1872 Grant Book 31 Page 502 County Grey

No 6

LANE, John labourer Rosewater 1887 Application 21281

No 7

LANE, John storeman Pt Adelaide 1915 Application 28142

No 8

LANE, John farmer Lameroo. Hundred of Parilla land grant 1923 Grant Book 12 Page 100 County Chandos

LANE, John James cab proprietor Norwood 1935 Memorial 193/509

LANE, John Langdon farmer Parilla. Hundred of Bews land grant 1909[-1911] Grant Book 12 Page 4 County Chandos

No 1

LANE, John Taylor painter and glazier Kensington 1857 Memorial 305/123

LANE, John Taylor omnibus proprietor Kensington 1862[-1867] Memorial 89/213, Application 8311

No 1

LANE, John Thomas farmer manager Hundred of Pirie and Mary Rebecca Lane his wife 1887 Memorial 58/383

LANE, John Thomas farmer Hundred of Pirie 1888 [Perhaps links with Gawler] Memorial 164/395

LANE, John Thomas farm manager Hundred of Pirie 1889 Memorial 244/398

No 1 – perhaps the same person

LANE, Joseph farmer Rivoli Bay Hundred of Rivoli Bay land grant 1880 Grant Book 31 Page 254 County Grey

LANE, Joseph licensed victualler Tantanoola Tantanoola (formerly Lucieton Hundred of Hindmarsh) township allotment land grant 1890 Grant Book 31 Page 299 County Grey

LANE, Mary widow Millicent 1887 Memorial 130/388

LANE, Mary Antoinette married woman Henley Beach changed her name to MA GODDARD 1913 Memorial 20/468

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

LANE, Philip saddler Gawler 1853[-1854] Memorial 324/57

Formerly of Gawler but now of Adelaide 1854 Memorial 317/76

LANE, Philip saddler Gawler 1856. Linked with John Lane licensed victualler Adelaide Memorial 412/99

LANE, Philip saddler Kooringa 1866[-1884] Memorial 135/217

LANE, Philip saddler Kooringa 1875 Application 14405

LANE, Philip JP saddler Kooringa 1902 Memorial 57/447

LANE, Philip the Elder of Kooringa, died 18/12/1912. His family as of 1921 included; his widow Louisa Lane of North Unley. Children - Stanley Monteith Lane saddler Kooringa; Minetta ROACH wife of PA Roach Toorak; Louisa MCBRIDE wife of Albert James McBride sheepfarmer Fullarton; Mary MARSTON married woman Kooringa; Annie WALDECK wife of George Waldeck Dongara WA; Muriel HOOPER widow Toorak; Philip Lane the Younger saddler Gawler Memorial 148/483

LANE, Philip the Elder gentleman Kooringa, died 18/12/1912. His estate worth £14,500. His wife, Louisa Lane of North Unley, died 16/7/1922. The following children survived their parents - Philip Lane the Younger, Stanley Monteith Lane saddler Kooringa, Minetta ROACH (wife of Henry Roach miller Aberdeen), Louisa MCBRIDE (widow of Albert James McBride the Elder pastoralist Fullarton; their son AJ McBride the Younger was a pastoralist on Wilgena Station via Pt Augusta in 1934), Mary MARSTON married woman Kooringa, Annie WALDECK, and Muriel HOOPER. Florence Lane, an unmarried daughter, died after her father and before her mother Application 27942

LANE, Philip gentleman Kooringa, died 18/12/1912. Father of Stanley Monteith Lane saddler Kooringa. Estate worth £14,500 Memorial 175/498

LANE, Philip saddler Kooringa 1929, owned the Chaff Store at Aberdeen. Likely to be a relative to SM Lane of Kooringa and his sister, Louisa MCBRIDE wife of Albert James McBride sheep farmer Teetulpa Station, Yunta. Their son, Albert James McBride, was born at Teetulpa Station on 10/4/1906 Application 27763

No 1 – perhaps the same person

LANE, Richard William labourer Third Creek 1865, linked with Tom Lane hawker Third Creek Application 6282

LANE, Richard William butcher Yacka Yacka (Hundred of Yackamoorundie) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 56 Page 111 County Stanley

No 1

LANE, Samuel carpenter Salisbury 1853[-1857] Memorial 25/55

LANE, Samuel carpenter Salisbury and Julia Lane, his wife 1861 Memorial 62/175

LANE, Julia widow of the late Samuel Lane carpenter Gouger St West, died 1/9/1891, of senile decay, aged 73 Deposit 17/1893

No 1

LANE, Stanley Monteith merchant Kooringa 1920 Memorial 64/480

LANE, Stanley Monteith saddler Kooringa 1921 Memorial 148/483

LANE, Stanley Monteith saddler formerly of Kooringa but now of Paskeville 1938 Application 28111

LANE, Stanley Monteith formerly saddler Kooringa but now storekeeper Paskeville 1948 Memorial 141/522

No 1 - likely to be the same person

LANE, Thomas working jeweller Hindley St, Adelaide 1851 Memorial 18/32

LANE, Thomas gentleman Kensington 1891 Memorial 215/408

LANE, Tom gentleman Kensington, died c1900. Executors; Jabez William Lane grocer Jetty Rd, Glenelg, Thomas John Lane tailor's presser Kensington and Arthur Symonds Lane gardener Basket Range Memorial 88/441

LANE, Tom gentleman Kensington, died 24/8/1900. Bequests to his sons, Jabez William Lane grocer Jetty Road, Glenelg; Thomas John Lane tailor's presser Kensington; and Arthur Symonds Lane gardener Basket Range; his niece Sarah Ann FIELD of Sydney NSW widow of D Field; to his grand-daughter Clarice Lane daughter of Jabez William Lane his pony carriage and harness; to his daughter Edith Louisa Lane his sewing machine. All the rest of his estate to be sold and the proceeds divided equally amongst his children. Estate worth £1,260 Application 26011

LANE, Thomas Brinkworth labourer Walkerville 1874[-1877] Memorial 87/271

No 1

LANE, William labourer Third Creek 1853 Hundred of Onkaparinga land grant Memorial 198/48

LANE, William labourer Magill 1853[-1858] Memorial 489/49

LANE, William formerly labourer Magill 1853 but now market gardener Third Creek near Magill 1874 Application 13414

No 2

LANE, William surgeon Hindmarsh 1857[-1867] Memorial 135/130

LANE, William Esquire [formerly of Hindmarsh] but now of Hawkshead near Windermere, Westmoreland, England 1879 Memorial 39/321

No 3

LANE, William farmer Kingston Lacepede Bay Hundred of Grey land grant 1866 Grant Book 30 Page 360 County Grey

No 4

LANE, William butcher Adelaide (Waymouth St) 1867 Memorial 78/222

No 5

LANE, William farmer Hoyle Plains Hundred of Hall land grant 1870 Grant Book 56 Page 225 County Stanley

LANE, William farmer Hoyleton 1880 Memorial 227/325

LANE, William farmer Hoyleton and Charlotte Lane his wife 1881 Memorial 7/329

LANE, William farmer Halbury trustee Institute Halbury Halbury (Hundred of Hall) township allotment land grant 1883 Grant Book 56 Page 385 County Stanley

No 5

LANE, William hotel proprietor Bush Inn, Willunga 1890 Memorial 143/404

No 1 – perhaps the same person

LANE, William Thomas farmer near Mt Torrens 1859 Memorial 325/156

LANE, William Thomas farmer Lochaber Hundred of Lochaber land grant 1877 Grant Book 29 Page 253 County MacDonnell

LANE, Wilmot Ernest secretary Adelaide Electric Supply Co (Finsbury Pavement House, London, Middlesex, England) 1913 Memorial 120/468

LANE, Zebina mining engineer Adelaide 1895 Memorial 119/425

LANES, Timothy farmer Tam O'Shanter Belt 1852 Memorial 1/42

LANFKATTER, Johann Franz Anton shoemaker Willunga 1851[-1854] Memorial 162/33 Willunga Land and Building Society member 1854 Memorial 170/75

LANG, Alfred printer North Adelaide 1850. Enrolment/

No 1

LANG, Edmund Edward linked with Section 158 Hundred of Wonoka Co Blachford 1889 Memorial 68/399

LANG, Edmund Edward farmer Willowie Hundred of Willowie land grant 1891 Grant Book 24 Page 748 County Frome

No 1

LANG, Edward printer Adelaide 1852 Memorial 461/43

No 2

LANG, Edward farmer Gumeracha, died 12/1/1867. Husband of Martha Lang, who died 13/11/1899 Memorial 134/229

LANG, Edward farmer Gumeracha, died 12/1/1867. His widow, Martha Lang, died Willowie, of influenza, aged 80. Their family were - John Joseph Lang farmer Petersburg; Jane Grace BLIGHT wife of James Blight farmer Willowie; Ellen Sophia JONES wife of George Jones farmer Willowie; Samuel Brambley Lang farmer Black Rock Plains; Edmund Edward Lang farmer Willowie; William Rowley Lang farmer Narridy and Hubert Garish Lang farmer Caltowie 1900. Another daughter, Martha Lang, died before her father died Application 23955

LANG, Martha widow Gumeracha Hundred of Caltowie land grant 1879 Grant Book 60 Page 189 County Victoria

LANG, Martha widow Gumeracha Co Adelaide. Hundred of Morgan land grant 1882 Grant Book 13 Page 417 County Dalhousie

LANG, Ellen Sophie spinster Belalie East Co Victoria. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1881 Grant Book 13 Page 195 County Dalhousie

LANG, Francis Donald Duffield farmer Lameroo trustee Beauville District Hall and School 1923 Grant Book 12 Page 127 County Chandos

LANG, FM clerk Swan Reach 1938 Memorial 38/512

No 1 - perhaps the same person

LANG, George carrier Adelaide 1853 Memorial 338/52

LANG, George farmer Adelaide 1854 Memorial 375/69

LANG, George Hans carrier Adelaide, died c1889. Husband of Elizabeth Lang. Father of Sarah Jane Lang, William George Lang and Thomas Lang. Executors of the will; Richard Lang Bible Christian mininster Yankalilla, Thomas NOYE teacher Willunga Memorial 181/414

LANG, George Henry storekeeper 11 Fiscom Ave, Camden Gardens 1956 Application 29234

No 1

LANG, Hubert William farmer Yongala. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1927 Grant Book 13 Page 215 County Dalhousie

LANG, Hubert William farmer and grazier Yongala. Yongala Institute trustee 1936 Memorial 114/510

LANG, Hubert Garish linked with Section 125 Hundred of Wonoka co Blachford 1889 Memorial 69/399

No 1

LANG, James miner Staughton village FIND DATE Memorial 493/13

LANG, James [formerly miner Staughton but now] yeoman Mt Barker Springs 1856[-1858] Memorial 216/109

LANG, James farmer [formerly of Mt Barker Springs but now of] Meadows 1862 Memorial 66/182

No 2

LANG, James no description Kadina 1866 Memorial 114/212

LANG, James auctioneer Kadina. Arthurton (Hundred of Tiparra) township allotment land grant 1881 Grant Book 14 Page 238 County Daly

LANG, James auctioneer Kadina 1891 Application 22132

LANG, James Hamlyn labourer The Meadows. Hundred of Kuitpo land grant 1897 Grant Book 2 Page 95 County Adelaide

LANG, Jane spinster of Barndioota and Mt Barker, power of attorney to Charles August reinecke land agent Adelaide, to transfer her lease land, Sections 16, 17, 18, Hundred of Barndioota, Co Blachford, to William COUNBE farmer Kampaka 19/10/1885 Deposit 230/1885

No 1

LANG, John carpenter Sleeps Tiers 1847 Memorial 449/9

No 2 - the Elder; perhaps linked with No 1

LANG, John farmer formerly of Adelaide but now of Mt Barker 1848 Memorial 305/12

LANG, John farmer Mt Barker and Betsy Lang his wife 1848 Memorial 320/11

LANG, John [the Elder] farmer Mt Barker 1848 Memorial 397/10 Perhaps a relative to James LANG miner Staughton [likely father and son], Mt Barker Primitive Methodist Chapel trustee 1849. John Lang gave the land for the chapel Memorial 493/13

LANG, John farmer Mt Barker 1850[-1852] Memorial 357/69

LANG, John farmer Undermount Farm, Mt Barker Springs 1855 Hundred of Kuitpo land grant Memorial 332/105

LANG, John and James farmers Mt Barker 1854 Memorial 273/73

LANG, John the Elder farmer Mt Barker father of James Lang farmer Mt Barker 1856 Memorial 125/111 Father of John Lang the Younger farmer Mt Barker 1856 Memorial 126/111 Father of Samuel Lang farmer Mt Barker 1856 Memorial 127/111

LANG, John farmer Mt Barker Springs, died 16/1/1875, of gastritis, and general decay of nature, aged 77. He had come to the area in the late 1840s, and took out 3 land grants Sections 1487-1489 Hundred of Macclesfield. Father of James Lang of Kadina, and Samuel Carsley Lang farmer Mt Barker Springs 1894 Application 22817

LANG, John the Elder farmer Mt Barker, died 16/1/1875, of gastritis and general decay of nature, aged 77. His son John Lang the Younger lived at Kadina. By 1887, he was a farmer at the Meadows. The deceased's other son, James Lang, was an auctioneer at Kadina Application 21234

No 3 - the Younger

LANG, John farmer Mt Barker Springs 1885 Memorial 123/364

LANG, John farmer Meadows 1882 Memorial 31/347

LANG, John the Younger farmer The Meadows 1887 Memorial 55/384

No 1

LANG, John Eastabrook farmer Pt Gawler 1856 Memorial 230/111

LANG, John Eastabrook farmer Pt Gawler 1864 Application 4976

LANG, John Eastabrook farmer Section 495 Hundred of Pt Gawler, died c1865. He left his estate to his wife, Sarah Lang, and his children, Sarah Lark Lang, John Lark Lang, Elizabeth Lang, Mary Lang and Thomas Lang Memorial 89/204

LANG, John Raymond station hand Strathalbyn. Strathalbyn Bowling Club trustee 1953 Memorial 44/528

No 1

LANG, John Joseph farmer Belalie. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 122 County Victoria

LANG, John Joseph farmer Belalie Co Victoria. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1881[-1882] Grant Book 13 Page 196 County Dalhousie

LANG, John Joseph farmer Petersburg. Hundred of Morgan land grant 1903 Grant Book 13 Page 421 County Dalhousie

LANG, Joseph builder North Adelaide 1875 Memorial 222/282

LANG, Joseph Thomas the Younger floorwalker 75 Myrtle Rd, Seacliff 1944 Application 28393

No 1

LANG, Mary spinster Balhannah 1920 Memorial 135/480

LANG, Mary spinster formerly of Balhannah but now of Woodside 1923[-1928] Memorial 199/488

LANG, Mary spinster Woodside, died 10/9/1931 Mt Barker Memorial 37/505

No 1

LANG, Richard Bible Christian Minister Mt Torrens, President of the SA Bible Christian Conference 1884 Application 20383

LANG, Richard Bible Christian minister Mt Torrens 1903 Memorial 176/448

No 2

LANG, Richard auctioneer Swan Reach 1936 Application 28045

LANG, Richard auctioneer Swan Reach. Swan Reach Public Hall trustee 1938 Memorial 38/512

No 1

LANG, Samuel farmer Undermount Farm near Mt Barker 1856 agreed to give his father, John Lang the Elder, £50, his share of the earnings of the Entire Horse Plough Boy during the present covering season … and a cottage with a piece of land on Mt Barker Creek, being a part of Section 4484 and being detached by the Channel of the said creek at the yearly rental of 1d … for the term of his natural life … and should the said John Lang hereafter marry … his lawful wife shall also be entitled to the use and enjoyment of the herein mentioned cottage and land subject to the same conditions … for the term of her natural life Memorial 196/146

LANG, Samuel farmer Mt Barker Springs 1862[-1886] Memorial 305/182

LANG, Samuel Carsley farmer Mt Barker Hundred of Willowie land grant 1885 Grant Book 24 Page 746 County Frome

LANG, Samuel Carsley farmer Mt Barker Springs 1885[-1886] Memorial 121/364, Application 21109

LANG, Samuel Carsley farmer Mt Barker Springs Co Hindmarsh. Hundred of Monarto land grant 1893 Grant Book 58 Page 131 County Sturt

LANG, Samuel Carsley (sometimes called Samuel Lang) farmer Mt Barker Springs 1895 Memorial 208/424

LANG, Samuel Brambley farmer Black Rock. Hundred of Black Rock Plain land grant 1903 Grant Book 13 Page 115 County Dalhousie

No 1

LANG, Thomas wheelwright Cox Creek 1852 Memorial 207/43

No 2

LANG, Thomas warehouseman Adelaide brother to Sarah Jane Lang spinster Adelaide (Carrington St), who died c1894 Memorial 58/421

LANG, Thomas Sydney agent Adelaide 1882 Memorial 53/346

No 1 - perhaps the same person

LANG, William farmer Macaw Creek near Riverton 1864[-1892] Memorial 161/289

LANG, William Maddever farmer Macaw Creek 1855 [-1858] Memorial 309/90 Macaw Creek Wesleyan Chapel trustee 1858 Memorial 161/138

LANG, William farmer Macaw Creek near Riverton 1877 Application 15841.

LANG, Elizabeth nee HARRIS wife of William Maddever Lang farmer Macaw Creek (daughter of Catherine GRAY wife of Henry Gray farmer Macaw Creek formerly widow of the late Robert Harris farmer Macaw Creek) 1868 Application 9542

No 1

LANG, William Hamlyn farmer Virginia 1924 Application 27251

LANG, William Hamlyn farmer Virginia 1929[-1930] Memorial 80/501

LANG, William Harris baker and confectioner Riverton 1885 Memorial 213/371

No 1

LANG, William Rowley farmer Caltowie. Hundred of Willowie land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 742 County Frome

LANG, William Rowley farmer Narridy. Trustee Institute Narridy Narridy (Hundred of Narridy) township allotment land grant 1894 Grant Book 60 Page 487 County Victoria

No 1

LANGBEIN, Charles carrier Woodside 1924 Memorial 194/490

LANGBEIN, Emma Margaret formerly wife of the late Carl Langbein of Woodside but now widow Henley Beach 1934 Memorial 168/507

No 1

LANGBEIN, Frederick Charles carrier Woodside 1927 Memorial 56/497

LANGBEIN, Frederick Charles carrier formerly of Woodside but now of Jamestown 1937 Memorial 116/511

LANGBEIN, Joachim farmer SA 1861 Memorial 425/179

No 1

LANGBERG, Henry farmer Conmurra 1903 Memorial 247/449

LANGBERG, Henry farmer Conmurra 1906 Application 25210

LANGBERG, William of Conmurra 1887 Memorial 40/384

LANGDON, Bertram agent Kapunda, aged 54 in 1952, declared that he had lived in Kapunda since 1918 Application 28869

LANGDON, James labourer Pt Victor Newland (Hundred of Encounter Bay) township allotment land grant 1886 Grant Book 37 Page 334 County Hindmarsh

No 1

LANGDON, James Henry Cornwall city surveyor Adelaide 1881 Application 18392

LANGDON, James Henry Cornwall surveyor Adelaide (King William St) 1881[-1884] Memorial 158/328

LANGDON, John Joliffe farmer Moonta. Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1878 Grant Book 14 Page 416 County Daly

LANGDON, William miner Kalgoorlie WA 1905 Memorial 241/452

LANGE, August farmer District of Onaunga 1864 Memorial 126/200

LANGE, Carl Heinrich blacksmith Balaklava trustee Public School Balaklava Hundred of Balaklava land grant 1875 Grant Book 26 Page 113 County Gawler

No 1

LANGE, Carl Johann Joachim and Georg Diedrich Friedrich Lange of near Angas Park 1859 Application 743

LANGE, Carl Johann Joachim farmer [probably of Angaston] 1860 Memorial 314/165

LANGE, Carl Johann Joachim farmer Angaston 1867 Memorial 198/218

No 1

LANGE, Christian farmer Lyndoch 1857 Memorial 264/150

No 2 - perhaps the same person

LANGE, Christian labourer Pt Adelaide 1871 Memorial 147/253

LANGE, Christian labourer Portland Estate 1877[-1885] Memorial 227/297, Application 20432

LANGE, Christian August Friedrich labourer Glanville 1895 Application 22993

LANGE, Christian Wilhelm Heinrich Julius storekeeper Nuriootpa 1851 Memorial 194/32

LANGE, Christoph Johann Heinrich cabinetmaker Klemzig Hundred of Blanche land grant 1859 Grant Book 30 Page 51 County Grey

No 1

LANGE, Conrad blacksmith Angas Park 1851 Memorial 424/30

LANGE, Conrad farmer Concordia near Gawler 1859[-1860] Memorial 312/157

No 1

LANGE, Conrad Johann Friedrich farmer Gawler Co Gawler. Hundred of Barossa land grant 1854 Grant Book 1 Page 40 County Adelaide

LANGE, Conrad Johann Friedrich farmer Gawler 1855[-1856] Memorial 382/80

FIND HUSBAND

LANGE, Elizabeth widow Bismarck township. Hundred of Goyder land grant 1882 Grant Book 56 Page 416 County Stanley

No 1

LANGE, Ernst Friedrich farmer Krondorf near Tanunda 1874 Memorial 66/272

LANGE, Ernst Friedrich labourer Krondorf, and Johanne Helene Lange his wife 1896 Application 23151

No 1

LANGE, Ernst Heinrich Eduard cabinetmaker Adelaide 1856 Memorial 12/100

LANGE, Ernst Heinrich Eduard licensed victualler Adelaide purchased a 6-year lease of the Fountain Inn 'on the Glen Osmond Road … near the junction with the Mitcham Road' 1856 Memorial 45/329

LANGE, Friedrich Gotthilf farmer Mt Torrens 1856[-1858] Memorial 1/103

No 1

LANGE, Friedrich Johann Heinrich Christian farmer St Kitts Creek 1863 Memorial 309/190

LANGE, Friedrich Johann Heinrich Christian farmer Mt Gambier Hundred of Caroline land grant 1867 Grant Book 31 Page 22 County Grey

No 1

LANGE, Friedrich Heinrich [later farmer Mt Torrens] married Henriette nee GRÖPLER on 28/9/1843. Four children by 1886 - Berthold Daniel Lange teacher Eudunda, Martha Christiana WALTROWICZ wife of Joseph Waltrowicz storekeeper Hahndorf, Adam Theodor Lange storekeeper Mt Torrens and Johann Anton Lange farmer Mt Torrens (he turned 21 on 27/6/1884) Application 20837

LANGE, Heinrich Friedrich shepherd Sources of the Onkaparinga 1848 Memorial 186/11 Farmer Lobethal 1851 Memorial 209/31

LANGE, Friedrich Wilhelm farmer Lyndoch Valley 1856 Memorial 242/98

LANGE, Gottfried farmer Gumeracha 1856 Memorial 220/99

No 1

LANGE, Gottlieb farmer Lobethal 1850 Memorial 67/20 Miller Lobethal 1851[-1869] Memorial 166/31

LANGE, Gottlieb miller Lobethal 1861 Application 2737

LANGE, Gottlieb Samuel farmer Stockwell and Johann Gottfried Lange farmer Nuriootpa 1902 Memorial 214/446

LANGE, Gottlob farmer Saddleworth 1868 Application 9339

No 1

LANGE, Joachim farmer Gilles Plains 1853[-1855] Memorial 208/55

LANGE, Joachim Wilhelm Friedrich farmer Gilles Plains 1860 Memorial 266/180

LANGE, Joachim Friedrich Wilhelm farmer OB Flat near Mt Gambier 1882 Memorial 231/341

LANGE, Johann farmer Gilles Plains 1858 Memorial 37/145

LANGE, Johann Christian and Johann Friedrich farmers Hundred of Belvidere 1860 Memorial 335/168

LANGE, Johann Ernst farmer Australia Plains 1887 Memorial 55/387

No 1

LANGE, Johann Friedrich farmer Langmeil 1851 Memorial 145/38

LANGE, Johann Friedrich farmer Ebenezer 1855[-1878] Memorial 292/109, Application 16972

LANGE, Johann Friedrich farmer Ebenezer near Belvidere 1891 Application 22070

No 2

LANGE, Johann Friedrich scissors grinder Bethanien 1864 Memorial 105/199

No 3

LANGE, Johann Friedrich farmer Cockatoo Valley 1868[-1876] Memorial 205/235

LANGE, Johann Friedrich farmer Sandy Creek 1882 Application 19549

No 1

LANGE, Lars Emil of Cunningham 1881 Memorial 207/329

LANGE, Lars Emil farmer Cunningham Hundred of Cunningham land grant 1882 Grant Book 19 Page 284 County Fergusson

LANGE, Lars Emil farmer Clinton Centre 1891 Memorial 237/411

LANGE, Ludwig August Johann farmer near Mt Gambier 1874[-1879] Memorial 196/275

No 1

LANGE, Matthias Esquire North Adelaide 1846 Memorial 488/37

LANGE, Matthias farmer Angas Park 1851 Memorial 100/37

LANGE, Rudolf Wilhelm labourer Loos 1923, and his wife, Johanne Luise Flora Lange Application 27170

LANGE, Theodor Adam licensed victualler Stag Inn Rundle St, Adelaide 'together with the blacksmith's shop and stables' 1894 Memorial 134/421

LANGE, Wilhelm Hermann farmer Australia Plains 1888 Memorial 240/393

LANGELEDDACK, August farmer Gawler River 1890 Memorial 29/403

LANGENBERGER, August farmer Wallaroo. Hundred of Tickera land grant 1908 Grant Book 14 Page 222 County Daly

No 1

LANGENBERGER, Friedrich Fritz and his wife Bertha Langenberger [probably of Kooringa] 1858 Memorial 123/134

LANGENBERGER, Bertha of Kooringa 1864 Memorial 254/193

LANGFORD, A life assurance secretary Adelaide 1897 Memorial 20/433

LANGFORD, AG bank manager Wilmington 1926 Application 27940

LANGFORD, Edward farmer Grace Plains 1869 Memorial 44/237

LANGFORD, Frederick George linked with Section 420 Hundred of Cameron Co Daly 1888 Memorial 206/393

LANGFORD, George Henry gardener Upper Walkerville 1864 Memorial 216/199

LANGFORD, Henry William carpenter Walkerville 1900 Memorial 232/441

No 1

LANGFORD, Richard carpenter North Road 1851[-1853] Memorial 190/38 Cabinetmaker Walkerville 1854 He took out a lease of the Walkerville Arms Hotel for 7 years at £150 a year Memorial 148/72

LANGFORD, Richard farmer Walkerville 1861 Memorial 175/174

LANGFORD, Richard gentleman Walkerville 1893 Memorial 15/416

No 1

LANGFORD, Samuel farmer McLaren Vale 1857[-1860] Hundred of Kuitpo land grant Memorial 275/113, Application 1267

LANGFORD, Samuel farmer Caltowie Co Victoria. Hundred of Pekina land grant 1884 Grant Book 13 Page 169 County Dalhousie

LANGFORD, William farmer Cavenagh Hundred of Cavenagh land grant 1881 Grant Book 34 Page 22 County Herbert

LANGFORD, William Henry farmer Hundred of Ninnes. Hundred of Ninnes land grant 1911 Grant Book 14 Page 301 County Daly

No 1

LANGHANS, Johann John Friedrich Diedrich formerly wheat buyer Stockwell, but now out of business Adelaide, power of attorney to Adolph Heinrich Friedrich BARTELS and Diedrich MAHNCKE gentlemen Adelaide, to manage his business affairs 3/2/1874. 3/2/1890, he was about to leave the province, apparently for good Deposits 21/1874, 9/1890

LANGHANS, Johann Friedrich Diedrich gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now in parts beyond the seas 1877 Memorial 209/299

LANGHORNE, Mary storekeeper's assistant Bridgewater 1882 Memorial 196/345

LANGLANDS, Robert farmer Hope Vale 1841[-1854] Memorials 245/1 & 299/78

LANGLESS, Frederick J miller Pt Adelaide 1871 Memorial 9/256

LANGLEY, Arthur G builder Glen Osmond 1913 Application 26221

No 1

LANGLEY, Charles and Edward farmers Mt Barker 1855 Memorial 172/94

LANGLEY, Charles farmer Mt Barker 1857 Memorial 318/119

LANGLEY, Charles George builder Glen Osmond 1915 Memorial 112/533

No 1

LANGLEY, Frederick farmer Chain of Ponds linked with Caroline Langley widow Norwood 1906[-1907] Memorial 208/454

LANGLEY, Frederick farmer Chain of Ponds 1924 Memorial 66/490

LANGLEY, Frederick Albert farmer Holland Creek Western Sources of the Torrens 1897 Memorial 48/432

No 1

LANGLEY, George carpenter Glen Osmond, power of attorney to his wife, Emily Rebecca Langley, to manage his SA real estate 14/6/1877 Deposit 37/1878

LANGLEY, George carpenter Glen Osmond linked with Emily Rebecca Langley of Glen Osmond 1878 Memorial 216/305

No 1 - likely to be the same person

LANGLEY, Isaac farmer Tea Tree Gully 1853 Memorial 419/52

LANGLEY, Isaac farmer Willunga 1855 Memorial 170/88

LANGLEY, Isaac licensed victualler Yankalilla 1855 Memorial 67/135

LANGLEY, Isaac licensed victualler Myponga 1855 Memorial 285/131

LANGLEY, Isaac farmer Myponga 1858[-1861] Memorial 254/132

No 1

LANGLEY, John letter carrier Pt Adelaide 1871[-1876] Memorial 139/256

No 2

LANGLEY, John farmer Bordertown 1889 Memorial 143/395

LANGLEY, John farmer Bordertown. Hundred of Tatiara land grant 1908 Grant Book 7 Page 21 County Buckingham

No 1 - probably the same person

LANGLEY, John Glover builder Glen Osmond 1876 Memorial 1/292

LANGLEY, J of Glen Osmond 1883 Application 20002

LANGLEY, Mary widow Pt Adelaide 1854 Memorial 238/62

LANGLEY, Richard Angus publican Selbourne Hotel, Adelaide (Pirie St) leased the Lodgeroom, some other rooms, the balcony overlooking Pirie St, plus 'the lavatory and watercloset' all on the first floor, at £90 a year, plus the diningroom on the ground floor after 7pm rent free when the landlord of the hotel does not require the facilities for a function , to the Deutsche Club Inc from 1900-1909 Memorial 180/441

LANGLEY, Thomas labourer Section 118 The Sturt 1851 Memorial 487/34

LANGLEY, W of Beltana 1888 Memorial 50/395

No 1

LANGLEY, Warwick farmer District of Adelaide 1845 Memorial 388/5

LANGLEY, Warwick yeoman Western Sources of the Torrens 1845 Memorial 462/5 Farmer Upper Torrens 1850 Memorial 39/25

LANGLEY, Warwick farmer Chain of Ponds 1860 Memorial 87/164

LANGLEY, Warwick farmer Holland Creek 1878 Memorial 7/307

LANGLEY, Warwick farmer Millbrook Holland Creek, died c1878. Husband of Caroline Langley who lived at Norwood by 1915 when her son, Frederick Langley, was a farmer at Millbrook. She made over the farm to him Memorial 139/472

No 1

LANGLEY, William farmer Spalding Hundred of Andrews land grant 1883 Grant Book 56 Page 304 County Stanley

LANGLEY, William farmer Bordertown. Hundred of Tatiara land grant 1900 Grant Book 7 Page 19 County Buckingham

No 1

LANGLEY, William Angus publican Adelaide 1899 Memorial 94/439

LANGLEY, William Angus licensed victualler Alberton 1891, died c1902. His widow, Maria Ada Langley, lived in Adelaide by 1903 Memorial 214/447

LANGLEY, William Avon farmer Bordertown. Hundred of Tatiara land grant 1913 Grant Book 7 Page 24 County Buckingham

LANGLOIS, Edward Arthur cabinetmaker Medindie 1916 Application 26514

LANGLOIS, Frederick miller Cox Creek 1865 Memorial 15/203

No 1

LANGLOIS, Frederick John, John Frederick and William Charles millers Auburn 1879 Memorial 209/319

LANGLOIS, Frederick John, John Frederick and William Charles millers Auburn 1880 Application 18244

LANGLOIS, Frederick John miller Auburn 1887 Memorial 213/382

LANGMAN, B typist Jeffrey St, Mitcham 1952 Memorial 51/527

No 1

LANGMAN, Hercules Gavin brickworks manager Magill Magill Institute trustee 1928 Memorial 30/499

LANGMAN, Hercules Gavin brickyard employee New Norton Summit Rd, Magill, aged 86 years in 1962, declared that he had lived in the district since 1914 Application 29477

No 1

LANGMAN, John blacksmith Hindmarsh 1874 Application 13589

LANGMAN, John wheelwright Hindmarsh 1883 Memorial 55/350

LANGMAN, John wheelwright Hindmarsh 1883 Application 19802

LANGMAN, John farrier Hindmarsh 1886 Application 20932.

LANGMAN, John of Hindmarsh, died 1909. He and his wife, Louisa Jane Langman, went to live on Allotment 151 in Holden St, Hindmarsh, in 1870. About 1874, he fenced in adjoining allotment 150, because it had been unused and overgrown all the time he had lived next door. Previously, EJF CRAWFORD's employees had used the site as a dump for rubbish during the 1850s and 1860s. Roy Wilson Langman of Hindmarsh, Clerk of the District Council of Payneham 1910, likely to be a relative of the above John and Louisa Jane Langman Application 25860

No 1

LANGMAN, Richard draper Hindmarsh 1859 Application 951

LANGMAN, Richard draper Hindmarsh 1864 Memorial 161/289

LANGMAN, Richard the Elder draper Hindmarsh, about to leave the province on a visit to Europe, power of attorney to his sons, Richard Langman the Younger, Alfred Langman and Lambert Langman drapers Hindmarsh, to manage his SA business affairs 5/1/1871 Deposit 23/1871

LANGMAN, Richard Trustee Permanent Economic Loan Land Building & Investment Society Hindmarsh 1885 Application 20725

No 2

LANGMAN, Richard gentleman North Adelaide 1880 Memorial 52/322

LANGMAN, Richard about to marry Mary ROUNSEVELL no description 1881 Memorial 73/335

LANGMAN, Richard gentleman North Adelaide and Mary Langman his wife formerly Mary ROUNSEVELL widow of the late William Rounsevell now deceased 1885[-1889] Memorial 140/367

LANGMAN, Richard died 19/11/1891 Memorial 123/412

LANGMAN, Mary widow Shannon St, Glenelg, died 3/10/1911. Relict of the late Richard Langman formerly gentleman Mill Tce, North Adelaide. Mother of William Benjamin ROUNSEVELL gentleman Glenelg formerly MP Memorial 101/466

No 3

LANGMAN, Richard civil servant Mitcham. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1892 Grant Book 2 Page 24 County Adelaide

No 1

LANGMAN, Roy Wilson district council clerk Royston Park 1918[-1921] Memorial 164/477, Application 26984

LANGMAN, Roy Wilson of 2 King St, Croydon 1939, declared that he had been Town Clerk of the Corporation of Hindmarsh for the past 2 years Application 28180

No 1

LANGMAN, William blacksmith Bowden 1840 Blacksmith Hindmarsh 1846 Application 23791

LANGMAN, William blacksmith Bowden 1843 Memorial 472/2 Blacksmith Hindmarsh 1846[-1872] Memorial 19/6 Port Road Hindmarsh 1848 Memorial 318/10

LANGMAN, William blacksmith Hindmarsh and Elizabeth Langman his wife 1847 Memorial 462/9

LANGMAN, William storekeeper Hindmarsh 1849 Memorial 175/15

LANGMAN, William storekeeper Port Road, Hindmarsh 1854 Memorial 18/79

LANGMAN, William gentleman Hindmarsh 1856 Memorial 74/98

LANGMAN, William storekeeper Brompton 1857 Memorial 174/129

LANGMAN, William formerly storekeeper 1854 but now blacksmith Port Road, Hindmarsh 1864 Application 5830

LANGMAN, William blacksmith Hindmarsh 1866[-1880] Memorial 44/214, Application 18079

LANGMEAD, Elkanah of Moonta Mines. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1881 Grant Book 14 Page 59 County Daly

LANGMEAD, Horace Roland Hill grazier Myponga 1947 Memorial 111/521

LANGMEAD, Matilda Selina widow Willamulka. Hundred of Tickera land grant 1925 Grant Book 14 Page 303 County Daly

No 1

LANGMEAD, Philip storekeeper Kooringa 1854 Memorial 30/115

LANGMEAD, Philip storekeeper Kooringa 1861 Application 2068

No 1

LANGREHR, Adolph carrier Adelaide 1866 Memorial 226/211

LANGREHR, Adolph overseer Kanmantoo Co Sturt. Morchard (Hundred of Coomooroo) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 13 Page 248 County Dalhousie

LANGREHR, Adolph overseer Hundred of Everard Co Stanley 1889 Memorial 107/397

LANGREHR, Henry farmer Queens Own Town. Hundred of Kondoparinga land grant 1883 Grant Book 36 Page 251 County Hindmarsh

No 1

LANGREHR, Johann Wilhelm Fritz yeoman Adelaide 1857 Memorial 279/130

LANGREHR, Johann Wilhelm Fritz carpenter Adelaide 1860 Application 1196

No 1

LANGSFORD, A resident Secretary to the National Mutual Life Association of Australasia Lt SA Branch, signed lease plans for the Association's offices in Victoria Square, Adelaide Deposit 77/1885

LANGSFORD, Arthur Secretary to the National Mutual Life Association of Australasia Ltd Kensington 1892 Application 22369

LANGSFORD, Arthur resident Secretary to the National Mutual Society. Lease plans for the National Mutual Society Building - Pt Town Acre 140 CT 637/78 Deposit 26/1900

LANGSFORD, Arthur formerly of Kensington, but now of Gilberton, Secretary to the National Mutual Life Association of Australasia Ltd 1904 Application 24880

LANGSFORD, Arthur insurance secretary Walkerville. Walkerville Methodist Church trustee 1912 Memorial 137/466

LANGSFORD, A Manager National Mutual Life Association Adelaide 1913 Memorial 109/468

LANGSFORD, Arthur of King William St, Adelaide, SA Manager of he National Mutual Life Asssociation of Australasia Ltd, whose registered office is of Collins and Queen Sts, Melbourne Vic 1915 Application 26462

LANGSFORD, Ernest land and estate agent Adelaide 1911 Application 25996

No 1

LANGSFORD, Henry Wood painter Adelaide 1892 Memorial 157/412

LANGSFORD, Henry Wood decorator Adelaide and LANGSFORD, Arthur accountant Kensington, trustees for the will of John Langsford deceased 1895. His widow, Mary Ann Langsford widow Norwood had a life interest in some real estate Application 22986

LANGSFORD, Henry Wood secretary Adelaide liquidator of SA Builders and Contractors Association 1924 Memorial 171/491

No 1

LANGSFORD, John painter and glazier Norwood 1851[-1858] Memorial 156/36 Magill Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee 1854 Memorial 143/74 Norwood Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee 1854 Memorial 93/99

LANGSFORD, John painter and glazier Norwood 1860 Application 1998

LANGSFORD, John painter Norwood Norwood Wesleyan Chapel trustee 1877[-1882] Application 16053, Application 19463

LANGSFORD, John painter Norwood 1882 Application 19298

No 2

LANGSFORD, John farmer Dry Creek 1854[-1858] Memorial 305/69

LANGSFORD, John farmer near Auburn 1866[-1871] Memorial 9/210

No 3

LANGSFORD, John life assurance society secretary Gilberton 1904 Memorial 141/452

No 1

LANGSFORD, John Dyer Wesleyan Methodist minister Broughton (later Redhill) – included Crystal Brook in his Circuit 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 433 County Victoria

LANGSFORD, JD Wesleyan Minister Broken Hill NSW 1897 Memorial 41/432

LANGSFORD, John Dyer minister of the gospel Brompton President SA Wesleyan Methodist Conference 1899 Grant Book 19 Page 316 County Fergusson

LANGSFORD, John Dyer Methodist minister Norwood 1904 Memorial 141/452

LANGSFORD, John Dyer Methodist minister Malvern Co Adelaide. Tintinara (Hundred of Coombe) township allotment land grant 1912 Grant Book 10 Page 102 County Cardwell

LANGSFORD, JK clerk Adelaide 1900 Memorial 178/440

LANGSFORD, Thomas farmer Orroroo 1880 Memorial 221/328

No 1

LANGSFORD, William carpenter Adelaide 1853[-1877] Memorial 140/57

No 2

LANGSFORD, William farmer Auburn 1886 Memorial 109/374

No 1

LANGSFORD, William John farmer Aberdeen near Kooringa. Hundred of Kooringa land grant 1886 Grant Book 8 Page 15 County Burra

LANGSFORD, William John farmer Auburn 1890 Memorial 344/163

LANGTON, Matilda Bosworth widow Section 3077 near Gawler 1857[-1861] Memorial 98/129

LANHAM, William gentleman Ock St, St Helen’s Parish Abingdon, Berks, England, died 10/3/1844, of heart disease, aged 49 Deposit 59/1868

LANKENAU, Ellen widow 21 Gilles St, Adelaide, died 17/2/1944 College Park Memorial 58/518 FIND

LANKENAU, John farmer Hundred of Wonna Co Kimberley 1887[-1891] Memorial 125/388

LANNAM, Dyer Stephen baker Robe 1866 Memorial 221/212

LANNES, William labourer Beautiful Valley Hundred of Gregory land grant 1880 Grant Book 23 Page 100 County Frome

LANNIN, George carrier Naracoorte Co Robe. Hundred of Binnum land grant 1881 Grant Book 29 Page 146 County MacDonnell

LANNON, George farmer Naracoorte. Hundred of Naracoorte land grant 1874 Grant Book 50 Page 105 County Robe

No 1

LANSELL, Wootton labourer Adelaide 1853 Norwood allotment purchase Memorial 214/48

LANSELL, Wootton formerly labourer Adelaide 1853 now farmer Leichardt near Melbourne Vic 1859 Application 1237

LANTHOIS, George carpenter Lobethal 1858 Memorial 264/139

No 1

LANTHOIS, James carver North Adelaide and Aviss Lanthois his wife 1864 Application 5818

LANTHOIS, James carver Adelaide 1874 Memorial 83/274

No 1

LANTIN, Francois Joseph farmer Freeling 1864[-1883] Memorial 181/196

LANTIN, Francois farmer near Minninowie 1885 Memorial 134/369

LANYON, Frederick mason Currency Creek 1867 Memorial 79/224

No 1

LANYON, John Charles merchant Adelaide 1850 Memorial 2/24

LANYON, John Charles ironmonger Adelaide 1854 Memorial 432/65 Goolwa allotment purchase 1854 Memorial 106/72

LANYON, John Charles ironmonger Adelaide, about to leave the province for a time, power of attorney to Henry AYERS Esquire Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 14/3/1855 Deposit 20/1859

LANYON, John Charles gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now in parts beyond the seas 1871 Memorial 167/254

No 1

LANYON, William farmer Gawler River 1851 Memorial 293/37

LANYON, William [formerly farmer Gawler River but now] tenant farmer Section 340 Hundred of Moorooroo Co Light 1853 Memorial 244/49

LANYON, William farmer Hundred of Moorooroo near Angaston 1855 Memorial 52/95

LANYON, William farmer Section 340 Hundred of Moorooroo 1857 Memorial 72/118

No 2 -perhaps continued from No 1

LANYON, William gardener Montacute 1863 Memorial 349/189

LANYON, William farmer Orange Vale near Adelaide 1865 Memorial 118/205

No 1

LAPIDGE, John T postmaster Freeling 1869 Memorial 222/240

LAPIDGE, John Thomas storekeeper and tinsmith formerly of Freeling but now of Unley 1902 Application 24365

No 1

LAPTHORNE, Edward clerk to Messrs KNOX & GWYNNE solicitors Adelaide 1879 Memorial 116/319

LAPTHORNE, E clerk Adelaide 1881 Memorial 103/330

LAPTHORNE, Edward clerk Adelaide 1883[-1884] Memorial 235/353

LAPTHORNE, Edward of Windsor Chambers, Victoria Square, Adelaide 1887[-1891] Memorial 29/387

LAPTHORNE, Edward of Ware Chambers, Adelaide 1890[-1894] Memorial 162/403, Application 22644

LAPTHORNE, Edward managing clerk to Messrs KNOX & HARGRAVE solicitors Adelaide, at least between 1893-1911 Application 25921

LAPTHORNE, Edward solicitor's managing clerk Adelaide (Ware Chambers) 1903 Memorial 115/448

LAPTHORNE, Ellen widow Glanville 1875 Memorial 57/281

No 1

LAPTHORNE, John shipwright Le Fevre Peninsula 1851[-1853] Enrolment 24/18

LAPTHORNE, John and William shipwrights Le Fevre Peninsula near Pt Adelaide 1854 Memorial 95/78

LAPTHORNE, John carpenter and Thomas Lapthorne tinsmith both of Le Fevre Peninsula 1854 Memorial 26/73

LAPTHORN, John ship's carpenter Le Fevre Peninsula 1869 Memorial 63/241

LAPTHORNE, John carpenter Pt Adelaide 1883 Application 19689

LAPTHORNE, John out of business Exeter 1885 Application 20476

LAPTHORNE, John shipwright Exeter 1888 Application 21411

No 1

LAPTHORNE, John Petherick carpenter Holdfast Bay took a 14-year lease of the Falcon Hotel on the corner of Wright and Selby Sts, Adelaide 1851 [He must have assigned/surrendered the lease about a year later; details lost] Memorial 86/32

LAPTHORNE, John Petherick carpenter Glenelg 1852 Memorial 141/42

LAPTHORNE, John Petherick carpenter and William plasterer both of Glenelg 1853 Memorial 112/50

LAPTHORNE, John Petherick formerly carpenter Glenelg but now farmer Katunga East Vic linked with Henry J Lapthorne engine driver Sandhurst Vic 1884 Memorial 79/357

LAPTHORNE, Thomas formerly tinsmith Le Fevre Peninsula 1854, now miner Upper Road, California Gully, Bendigo Vic Jan 1894. He must have died by May of that year Application 22654

No 1

LAPTHORNE, William plasterer Glenelg 1853[-1854] Memorial 112/50

LAPTHORNE, William plasterer Adelaide 1884 Memorial 80/357

LAPTHORNE, William plasterer Adelaide 1889 Application 21565

No 1

LAPTHORNE, William shipwright Le Fevre Peninsula 1885 Is this the same person as William Lapthorne blacksmith Pt Adelaide 1885 Application 20727

LAPTHORNE, William blacksmith Pt Adelaide 1894 Application 22654

LAPTHORNE, William waterworks foreman Pt Adelaide 1897 Application 23355

LAPTHORNE, William Steny blacksmith Pt Adelaide 1888 Application 21411

No 1

LARCHER, Eugene married Elizabeth BARBER in Adelaide during January 1851. Charles Larcher died 10/3/1852 Alexandria, Egypt. By 1874, Elizabeth Larcher was living in Sydney NSW as was her eldest son, Frederick Edgar Larcher, a grocer Memorial 97/278

LARCHER, Eugene gentleman Norwood 1851 Memorial 168/33

LARCHER, Eugene gentleman Norwood 1852 Memorial 69/39

LARCHER, Eugene commission agent Norwood, bought land in Osmond Tce, Norwood, in July 1850, from the founders of the village - Messrs Brydon, Paxton, and Miller. He left for overseas, and died 10/3/1852 in Alexandria, Viceroyalty of Egypt intestate. His widow, Elizabeth Larcher, formerly BARBER, continued to live at Norwood, with their family, including the eldest son, heir at law. Frederick Edgar Larcher was born 4/11/1851 Norwood and had shifted to Sydney NSW to work as a grocer by 1874. Mrs Larcher had tenants on some of the land which her husband had bought. Application 14037

LARCHER, Elizabeth now of Adelaide, but about to proceed to Sydney NSW, power of attorney to Alexander George DOWNER and John William DOWNER solicitors Adelaide, to collect debts owing to her and to sell her real estate 9/4/1874 Deposit 192/1874

LARCHER, Elizabeth widow Sydney NSW 1855 Memorial 489/85

LARCHER, Frederick Edgar grocer Sydney NSW, power of attorney to Alexander George DOWNER and John William DOWNER solicitors Adelaide, to manage his SA real estate 21/8/1874 Deposit 193/1874

No 1

LARGE, William gentleman Prospect Cottage [was this Prospect House?] near Adelaide 1848 Memorial 207/13 Gentleman Pine Forest near Adelaide 1851 Memorial 322/30 Gentleman the Pinery near Adelaide 1854 Memorial 142/66S

LARGE, William gentleman Walkerville 1854[-1857] Memorial 43/79

LARGE, William gentleman Walkerville (Richmond St) 1855 Memorial 14/81

LARGE, William gentleman Walkerville and Caroline Large his wife 1862. W Large died 30/11/1866 Memorials 57 & 80/249

TYLER, Elizabeth widow Peckham, Surrey, England, residuary legatee for the estate of Caroline LARGE widow Walkerville relict of the late William Large formerly gentleman The Pinery but now deceased 1886 Application 21044

LARKEY, John farmer Eurelia 1886 Memorial 222/373

LARKEY, Michael farmer Peachey Belt Hundred of Stanley land grant 1865 Grant Book 56 Page 151 County Stanley

LARKEY, Patrick farmer Mintaro 1878 Memorial 191/306

No 1 - likely to be the same person

LARKIN, James farmer Kapunda 1867 Memorial 54/224

LARKIN, James farmer near Kapunda Co Light. Hundred of Caltowie land grant 1883 Grant Book 60 Page 195 County Victoria

LARKIN, James farmer Booleroo Centre 1892 Memorial 116/414

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

LARKIN, William labourer Adelaide 1853 Hundred of Talunga land grant Memorial 215/55

LARKIN, William the Younger of Booleroo Centre 1889 Memorial 177/397

No 1

LARKING, John Henry woodcutter Pt Lincoln 1859 Memorial 252/151

LARKING, John Henry licensed victualler Little Swamp near Pt Lincoln, died c1875. Husband of Phoebe Larking. Father of Thomas Robert Larking labourer Pt Lincoln and Sarah Hannah TYRRELL married woman Pt Lincoln 1905 Application 24964

LARKING, John Henry licensed victualler Little Swamp, near Pt Lincoln, died 9/8/1875 intestate. His widow, Phoebe Larking, died 25/1/1905. Executor; Thomas Robert Larking labourer Little Swamp Memorial 189/452

LARKING, Phoebe widow at present of Broken Hill NSW relict of the late John Henry Larking formerly licensed victualler Little Swamp near Pt Lincoln now deceased linked with Thomas Robert Larking labourer Pt Lincoln 1903 Memorial 101/450

No 1

LARKING, John Henry labourer Pt Lincoln 1859 Memorial 341/150

LARKING, John Henry publican Pt Lincoln Hundred of Lincoln land grant 1862 Grant Book 21 Page 6 County Flinders

LARKING, Michael farmer Peachey Belt 1856 Memorial 327/101

LARKINS, William mariner Pt Adelaide 1852 Memorial 448/43

LARKY, John farmer Leighton Hundred of Eurelia land grant 1882 Grant Book 13 Page 382 County Dalhousie

No 1

LARMOUR, John cook Thebarton 1848[-1849] Memorial 450/11 Mariner York, near Adelaide 1850 Memorial 488/24

LARMOUR, John Port cart driver Beverley 1861 Application 2437

No 2

LARMOUR, John blacksmith Goodwood 1850 Memorial 429/22

LARNACH, George Mudie formerl of Adelaide but now of the colony of Victoria 1866 Memorial 91/212

No 1

LARNER, George farmer Goodwood 1875 Memorial 136/284

LARNER, George formerly farmer Goodwood but now gardener Fifth Creek 1899 Memorial 137/438

LARRITT, James farmer Hundred of Finniss 1885 Memorial 234/368

LARSEN, Christian Daniel Waldemar cowkeeper 14th St Bowden 1912 Application 26146

LARSSON, Abraham of Oladdie. Johnburgh (Hundred of Oladdie) township allotment land grant 1879 Grant Book 13 Page 336 County Dalhousie

LARSSON, John Alfred gardener Athelstone 1887 Memorial 140/385

LARSSON, Karl Anton licensed victualler Adelaide (Overway Hotel Hindey St) 1911 Memorial 13/465

LARWELL, Thomas carpenter Magill 1852 Memorial 481/39

No 1

LARWOOD, George of Stanley Flat near Clare 1860 Application 1859

LARWOOD, George farmer Clare 1863 Application 4738

LARWOOD, George farmer Wiltunga Yacka (Hundred of Yackamoorundie) township allotment land grant 1884 Grant Book 56 Page 106 County Stanley

No 1

LARWOOD, John Henry farmer Clare Hundred of Yackamoorundie land grant 1881 Grant Book 56 Page 94 County Stanley

LARWOOD, John Henry farmer Yacka, died 25/6/1894. Husband of Elizabeth Larwood. Witnesses: Ann Larwood housekeeper Clare and James ATKINSON the Younger farmer Yacka Memorial 193/424

LARY, James auctioneer Kadina 1873 Memorial 51/266

No 1

LASCELLES, Rowley Esquire Cardigan, Wales 1855 Memorial 443/84

LASCELLES, Rowley barrister at law Pencraig, Co Carnarthen, Wales 1860 Memorial 265/161

LASCELLES, Rowley barrister Pencraig Co Carnarthen, heir at law of the late Richard MONINS no address 1861 Application 2329

LASHMAN, Morris out of business 33 Leslie Place, Portland Estate near Pt Adelaide 1943 Memorial 117/517

LASHMAN, Singh hawker Penong Penong (Hundred of Burgoyne) township allotment land grant 1904 Grant Book 41 Page 13 County Kintore

LASHMAR, George gentleman Adelaide 1844[-1848] Memorial 266/4

No 1

LASHMAR, Harry farmer Kangaroo Island. Hundred of Dudley land grant 1878 Grant Book 11 Page 8 County Carnarvon

LASHMAR, Harry of Antechamber Bay Kangaroo Island 1888 Memorial 44/391

LASHMAR, Harry farmer Antechamber Bay Kangaroo Island . Hundred of Dudley land grant 1896 Grant Book 11 Page 11 County Carnarvon

No 1

LASHMAR, Thomas farmer Mitcham 1854 Memorial 117/75

LASHMAR, Thomas Young 39 butcher no address married Jane RUSHALL 31 spinster no address, on 19/3/1853 St John Halifax St, Adelaide Witnesses: Hannah and William Rushall. Son William Lashmar, born 13/8/1857. His father was a Mitcham butcher. TY Lashmar sheep farmer Kangaroo Island, died 17/12/1860 intestate, heart disease, aged 47. His son, William Lashmar, inherited his estate, as heir at law. William Lashmar out of business Adelaide 1881 Application 18701

LASHMAR, Jane widow Adelaide (Halifax St), died 1864. Executors; Gabriel BENNETT auctioneer Adelaide and William RUSHALL farmer Lyndoch Valley Memorial 244/199

No 2

LASHMAR, Thomas farmer Hog Bay Kangaroo Island. Hundred of Dudley land grant 1907 Grant Book 11 Page 14 County Carnarvon

LASHMAR, William farmer Antechamber Bay Kangaroo Island 1888 Memorial 246/389

LASKAY, Henry farmer Bull Creek 1860 Memorial 272/167

LASLETT, George farmer Allandale 1869 Memorial 210/238

LASLETT, Jane Gwennap widow Stepney 1884. She was a good friend to Mrs John MORDAUNT nee Agnes HUNTER, who stayed behind in England when her husband Captain John Mordaunt emigrated to SA. Evidently, Mrs Laslett also emigrated to SA Application 19933

No 1

LASSAU, Johann Andreas joiner Adelaide 1852 Memorial 6/46

LASSAU, Johann Andreas cabinetmaker Adelaide 1853[-1855] Memorial 331/58

LASSAU, JA undertaker Adelaide 1880 Application 20916

LASSAU, Johann Edward of Adelaide 1888 Memorial 91/392

LASSAU, RA storekeeper Boola Boolka 1885 Memorial 122/370

No 1

LASSCOCK, Thomas saddler Willunga 1856[-1880] Hundred of Bremer land grant Memorial 15/104

LASSCOCK, Thomas saddler Willunga linked with William Lasscock saddler and harnessmaker Kooringa 1883[-1900] Memorial 84/352

LASSCOCK, Thomas saddler Willunga 1889 Application 26702

LASSCOCK, Thomas saddler Willunga, died 9/9/1910. Husband of Rose Turpin Lasscock. Father of Rose Lasscock and Annie Lasscock spinsters Willunga. His son, Edward Lasscock saddler Adelaide, died 10/10/1908. Estate worth £750 Memorial 17/464

LASSCOCK, Rose Turpin widow Willunga relict of the late Thomas Lasscock, died 19/10/1917, of senile decay, aged 89. Born in Essex, England. In SA 68 years. Married aged 20. Children 1/6/3 Memorial 74/476

LASSCOCK, Rose Twipin widow of the late Thomas Lasscock Willunga, died 19/10/1917 of senile decay, aged 89. Born in Essex, England. In SA for 68 years. Married at 20 years. 1 son and 6 daughters alive. 3 sons deceased. Daughters mentioned, Rose Lasscock formerly of Yankalilla now of parts beyond the seas, and Annie Lasscock spinster Willunga 1918 Application 26634

No 1

LASSCOCK, William saddler Willunga 1860[-1864] Memorial 320/164

LASSCOCK, William saddler Kooringa 1882[-1897] Memorial 114/342

No 1

LASSOM, George Michael of Tam O’Shanter Belt 1852 Memorial 43/43

LASSOM, George Michael engineer Adelaide 1857 Memorial 120/140

LASSOM, George Michael engineer Milang 1859 Memorial 110/159

LASSOM, George Michael engineer formerly of Adelaide 1857 but now of Goolwa 1868 Application 9625

LAST, Mark farmer Hindmarsh Valley 1866 Memorial 236/214

LAST, RJ legally qualified medical practitioner Adelaide Hospital Adelaide 1925 Memorial 162/492

No 1

LATCHAM, Harry blacksmith Norwood 1850 Memorial 50/23

LATCHAM, Harry yeoman Nairne 1852[-1887] Memorial 39/43.

LATCHAM, Harry yeoman Byethorne 1857 Memorial 48/129

No 1

LATHAM, Charles coachman Mt Barker 1880 Memorial 53/322

LATHAM, Charles coachman formerly of Mt Barker but now of Adelaide 1882 Memorial 240/336

LATHAM, Eliza widow Angaston [Mrs Robert Latham nee Eliza RADFORD] Hundred of Kanyaka land grant 1883 Grant Book 49 Page 70 County Newcastle

LATHAM, John labourer Charleston 1875 Memorial 183/282

LATHAM, Paul steward Pt Adelaide 1878 Memorial 116/310

No 1

LATHERN, Stephen miner Moonta Mines 1889 Memorial 168/399

No 2

LATHERN, Stephen gentleman McLaren Vale 1913 Memorial 156/469

LATHLEAN, Elsie Jane widow Barnard St, North Adelaide 1923 Application 27200

LATHLEAN, Fletcher wool expert Melbourne Vic 1925 Application 27399

LATHLEAN, Maurice Leonard clerk Adelaide 1911 Application 25910

No 1

LATHLEAN, Richard miner Kapunda 1851 Memorial 483/30

LATHLEAN, Richard storekeeper Kapunda. Kapunda Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee 1865 Memorial 275/206

LATHLEAN, Richard storekeeper Mintaro Hundred of Hanson land grant 1870 Grant Book 56 Page 261 County Stanley

LATHLEAN, Richard formerly storekeeper Kapunda, but now gentleman Payneham. Kapunda Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee 1876 Application 14751

LATHLEAN, Richard gentleman Campbelltown Norwood Wesleyan Chapel trustee 1877 Application 16053

LATHLEAN, Richard gentleman College Park, about to leave the province for a time, power of attorney to George Samuel COTTON and Edward Andrew OPIE land agents Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 16/2/1882 Deposit 43/1882

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

LATHLEAN, Richard storekeeper Mintaro 1856[-1868] Memorial 292/95

No 1

LATHLEAN, RH articled clerk to Messrs BRUCE & STUART solicitors Adelaide 1879 Memorial 223/315

LATHLEAN, RH law clerk Adelaide 1881 Memorial 190/333

LATHLEAN, RH solicitor Adelaide 1889 Memorial 150/399

LATHLEAN, Richard Hedley solicitor Adelaide 1918 Memorial 30/492

No 1

LATIMER, George bootmaker Adelaide 1843[-1847] Memorial 38/15

No 2

LATIMER, George farmer Noarlunga 1854 Memorial 247/69

LATTA, Elizabeth of Bull Creek near The Meadows 1860 Application 1095

LATTA, Mary spinster Brightonn 1848[- 1855] Memorial 249/10

LATTA, Robert farmer Dunedin, Otago, New Zealand 1876 Memorial 179/290

No 1 FIND Sarah Latta in a burial book??

LATTA, Sarah of Kermode St, North Adelaide 1843 Memorial 292/3

LATTA, Sarah spinster Adelaide 1844. A woman claiming to be Sarah Latta married a Mr Bartholomew TRAINOR. After his death, she married a sailor known as Mr CHUSHION, who deserted her about 30 years ago. c1865, Mrs Chushion left Brighton to marry a man called John COUMBES who lived on the Gilbert River. By 1885 she had died. Her friend, William EDWARDS farmer Brighton gave this information in 1885 Applications 8184 & 20600 FIND CHECK MARRIAGES

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

LATTA, Thomas, Sarah Latta his wife, Jane, Mary, Sarah and Eliza Latta [possibly children?] 1849 Memorial 249/29

LATTA, Thomas the Elder late farmer Bull Creek, married 15/6/1818 St John’s, Edinburgh, Scotland, to Sarah nee ?. Eldest son, John Latta, born 1823, and christened at Alloway, Scotland, who died 1/10/1850 intestate and unmarried at Bull Creek. Second son, Thomas Latta the Younger, born 24/5/1827 at Alloway, Scotland, and christened there. Thomas Latta the Elder died intestate 28/9/1855, leaving Thomas Latta the Younger his heir at law. The family lived on Sections 3300 and 3302 Hundred of Kondoparinga Co Hindmarsh at Bull Creek. Sarah Latta, widow of Thomas Latta the Elder made this statement on 26/8/1856. Application 3062.

LATTA, Thomas the Elder labourer North Adelaide 1839. Moved with his wife, Sarah Latta, to Bull Creek, where Thomas Latta died 28/9/1855 intestate, of heart disease, aged 58. Mary BIRRELL nee Latta wife of Robert Birrell baker Grenfell St, Adelaide, registered the death. Thomas Latta the Elder’s heir at law, Thomas Latta the Younger carpenter Bull Creek, died 4/10/1867, of cancer, aged 40, leaving Robert Latta of Clutha Ferry near Dunedin New Zealand as the new heir at law Application 15232.

LATTA, Thomas the Younger yeoman Adelaide eldest son and heir at law of the late Thomas Latta the Elder farmer Green Hills Special Survey, who died c1856. Robert and William Latta farmers Bull Creek also sons of Thomas Latta Senr [See entry for COUMBES, John for the claim of Mrs John Coumbes to be a member of the Latta family] Memorial 303/169

No 2

LATTA, Thomas undertaker's assistant Norwood 1907 Application 25368

No 1

LATTA, William undertaker Norwood 1886 Application 21770

LATTA, William farmer formerly of Norwood but now of Scott Creek 1900 Application 23969

No 1

LATTER, Charles labourer Willunga 1843[-1846] Memorial 91/345

LATTER, Charles yeoman Willunga 1849. Farmed in partnership with David COLVIN. Enrolment/ Farmer McLaren Vale mid 1849 Trustee McLaren Vale Wesleyan Methodist Chapel Memorial 375/23

LATTER, Charles farmer McLaren Vale 1852 Memorial 432/42

No 2 - possibly the same person as No 1

LATTA, Charles yeoman Willunga 1849 Memorial 465/15

LATTA, Charles farmer Willunga 1855 Memorial 247/84

LATTER, Eva Mabel married woman Maesbury St, Kensington 1949 Application 28629

LATTER, Alexander Erskine business manager Bristol St, Glenelg Co Adelaide. Hundred of Bowhill land grant 1917 Grant Book 6 Page 3 County Buccleuch

No 1

LATTER, Henry gentleman Pt Adelaide 1858 Memorial 62/146

LATTER, Henry formerly gentleman Pt Adelaide but now licensed victualler Moonta Mines 1863 Memorial 37/192

LATTER, Henry licensed victualler late of Moonta, but now of Adelaide, about to leave the province, power of attorney to Henry Louis DURIEU gentleman Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 30/4/1864 Deposit 117/1871

LATTER, Henry licensed victualler formerly of Moonta but now of Adelaide 1871 Memorial 222/254

LATTER, Henry formerly gentleman Pt Adelaide then of Moonta, afterwards lighterman 28 Peterborough Rd, Walham Green, Fulham, Middlesex, then St Thomas' Hospital, Surrey, England, died 24/5/1871 a widower and intestate. Father of Elizabeth Sarah Ann JACKSON wife of Henry Charles Jackson carpenter 35 Richmond Tce, Waterford Rd, Walham Green, Fulham, Middlesex in 1872, as a minor with her husband as guardian. HC Jackson died 28/9/1876. On 30/7/1879, Mrs Jackson married Charles Faulks stationmaster Rose Villa, Eynsham Oxford, England. They still lived there in 1905 Memorials 125-126/454

No 2 - perhaps follows from No 1

LATTER, Henry mariner Portland Estate 1859 Memorial 83/161

LATTER, Henry farmer Portland Estate 1864 Memorial 261/194

LATTER, Herbert Thomas labourer Echunga. Hundred of Kuitpo land grant 1912 Grant Book 2 Page 102 County Adelaide

LATTER, John farmer Unley 1853 Memorial 35/55

No 1 - likely to be the same person

LATTER, Joseph labourer Walkerville 1853 Memorial 233/48

LATTER, Joseph farmer Langhorne Bridge 1854 Memorial 240/72

LATTER, Joseph farmer Grange Farm near Echunga (pt Sections 3867, 3868, 3869, 3877) 1857 Memorial 116/118

LATTER, Joseph of Echunga 1885 Memorial 24/371

LATTER, Joseph 64 widower hawker Macclesfield (Father: Thomas Latter) married Leah EDMUNDS 52 widow Macclesfied (Father: George LEEDHAM) on 3/8/1878 Holy Trinity North Tce Adelaide. Witnesses: W KNOX carrier Balhannah, Catherine LATTER of Echunga Application 18286

No 1

LATTER, William Rowe blacksmith Adelaide 1855 Memorial 136/84

LATTER, William Rowe blacksmith formerly of Adelaide but now of Gawler 1857 Memorial 179/113

LATTER, Martha widow Nairne 1872, administrix for the estate of the late William Rowe Latter Application 12150

No 1

LATTIN, Charles brickmaker Marion 1849[-1854] Memorial 182/18

LATTIN, Charles brickmaker Marion on the Sturt. Robert Henry Lattin mentioned but not described 1857 Memorial 158/131

No 1

LATTIN, George brickmaker Brompton 1853 Memorial 398/51

LATTIN, George brickmaker Brompton 1854[-1855] Memorial 2/63

LATTIN, George brickmaker Brompton, became a bankrupt in 1860 Memorial 214/294

No 1

LATTIN, James farmer Pt MacDonnell 1885 Memorial 160/372

LATTIN, James carter Pt MacDonnell 1889 Memorial 25/410

LATTIN, James carter Pt MacDonnell Hundred of MacDonnell land grant 1891 Grant Book 30 Page 281 County Grey

No 1

LATTIN, Philip brickmaker The Sturt 1850 Memorial 378/23 Brickmaker Marion late 1850 Memorial 180/25

LATTIN, Philip farmer near Clarendon 1860 Application 1280.

LATTIN, Philip formerly brickmaker Marion 1851 now farmer Chandler Hill near Clarendon 1874 Application 13790.

LATTIN, Philip brickmaker Marion 1883 Application 19917

LATTIN, Phillip formerly brickmaker but then out of business Marion, died 7/8/1897. Son Alfred Lattin mentioned by name. Other children in the family. Executor: George Budgen COPLEY butcher Bay Road Memorial 231/432

No 1

LATTIN, William brickmaker Hindmarsh c1842 Application 20522

LATTIN, William gardener Adelaide 1846 Memorial 495/6

LATTIN, William bricklayer Hindmarsh 1851 Memorial 338/37

LATTIN, William brickmaker Hindmarsh 1853 Memorial 118/48

LATTIN, Mary of Hindmarsh; widow of the late William Lattin brickmaker Hindmarsh deceased remarried to Frederick Walton of Hindmarsh who had died by 1885 Application 20522

LATTMANN, Adolph goldsmith Fullarton 1851 Memorial 283/28

No 1

LATTORFF, August farmer Evandale North Rhine 1854 Memorial 33/65

LATTORFF, August, Heinrich, Robert and Oswald farmers Hundred of North Rhine 1855 Memorial 315/92

LATTORFF, August, Heinrich, Robert and Oswald farmers Evandale near Angaston 1858 Memorial 342/139

LATTORFF, August farmer Sources of the Rhine, died c1859. He left his estate in equal shares to his mother, Maria Lattorf nee WITTIG, and three brothers, Heinrich, Robert and Oswald LATTORFF farmers Sources of the Rhine Applications 1377/1398

LATTORFF, Edwin Julian blacksmith Mintaro 1920 Memorial 63/481

No 1

LATTORFF, Georg Emanuel Heinrich, LATTORFF, Karl Julius Robert and LATTORFF, Theodor Oswald farmers North Rhine 1860 Application 1377

LATTORFF, George Emanuel Heinrich overseer Beautiful Valley Hundred of Willochra land grant 1877 Grant Book 24 Page 537 County Frome

LATTORFF, George Emmanuel Heinrich farmer Hundred of Gregory Hundred of Gregory land grant 1892 Grant Book 23 Page 103 County Frome

LATTY, Claude P Crown Law clerk Adelaide 1908 Memorial 49/473

No 1 – perhaps the same person

LATTY, John carpenter Adelaide 1849[-1854] Memorial 408/15

LATTY, John farmer Yorketown Hundred of Dalrymple land grant 1889 Grant Book 19 Page 148 County Fergusson

No 1

LATZ, August farmer Blumberg 1863 Memorial 101/192

LATZ, Johann August farmer Palmer 1872 Memorial 66/262

LATZ, Albert Philipp blacksmith Keyneton 1920 Memorial 166/481

No 1 - probably the same person

LAUBE, Benjamin farmer Lyndoch Valley 1861 Memorial 33/173

LAUBE, Benjamin farmer near Mt Gambier 1885 Memorial 159/372

LAUBE, Benjamin farmer near Mt Gambier Hundred of MacDonnell land grant 1890 Grant Book 30 Page 281 County Grey

No 1

LAUBE, Carl August farmer near Mt Gambier 1899 Memorial 188/438

LAUBE, Carl August retired farmer Mt Gambier 1935 Memorial 28/509

No 1 – the Elder

LAUBE, Friedrich farmer Gumeracha 1856[-1858] Memorial 222/99

LAUBE, Friedrich the Elder farmer Hundred of Blyth, died c1870. He left his estate to his children - Friedrich Laube the Younger, Wilhelm Laube and Johanne HAEUSLER nee Laube Memorial 86/248

No 1 – the Younger

LAUBE, Friedrich farmer Blyth Plains purchased land grants in the Hundred of Mannanarie 1878 Grant Book 13 Page 74 County Dalhousie

LAUBE, Johann Friedrich farmer Mannanarie. Hundred of Mannanarie land grant 1881 Grant Book 13 Page 83 County Dalhousie

No 1

LAUBE, Gottlob farmer South Rhine 1877 Memorial 193/305

LAUBE, Gottlob farmer Springton Co Sturt. Hundred of Burdett land grant 1880 Grant Book 54 Page 62c County Russell

LAUBE, Gottlob farmer Springton Co Sturt 1883. Hundred of Waterloo land purchase Co Light Application 19703

LAUBE, Gottlob farmer Springton 1885 Memorial 147/372

LAUBE, Johann Friedrich farmer Appila Yarrowie 1885 Memorial 217/367

No 1

LAUBSCH, Albert Wilhelm farmer Hamilton on the Light, aged 52 on 25/7/1940. He had lived in Hamilton since he was 5 years old Application 28287

LAUBSCH, Albert Wilhelm farmer formerly of Allendale North now of Kapunda 1954, declared that he was the only surviving trustee of the Evangelical Lutheran Congregation at Allen Creek. Born at Sandy Creek on 25/7/1888, he had lived at Allendale North and Kapunda for more than 60 years. The church had opened in 1895 Application 29056

LAUBSCH, Albert Wilhelm retired farmer Kapunda 1958, declared that he had been born on 25/7/1888, and had lived at Allendale North near Hamilton for 40 years before retiring to Kapunda a few years ago Application 29304

LAUBSCH, Carl Johannes and Eduard Hermann Laubsch farmers Hundred of Wonna 1900 Memorial 197/440

LAUBSCH, Samuel Julius farmer Bethanien 1857[-1862] Memorial 184/120, Application 2764

No 1 - perhaps the same person

LAUBSCH, Gustav farmer Sandy Creek 1889 Application 21616

LAUBSCH, Samuel Gustav farmer Allendale North 1904 Application 24855

LAUFKATTER/LAUFKÄTTER, Johann Franz Anton formerly shoemaker March 1851 now storekeeper Willunga 1862 Application 3324

LAUGHLIN, John of Saddleworth 1859 Memorial 203/154

No 1 - possibly the same person

LAUGHT, Keith A solicitor Adelaide 1928 Memorial 78/500

LAUGHT, KA solicitor Mt Gambier 1945 Memorial 113/519

LAUGHTON, Arthur accountant Adelaide (Currie St) 1920[-1921] Memorial 141/479

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

LAUGHTON, Edward gentleman Adelaide 1856 Hundred of Alexandrina land grant Memorial 50/105

LAUGHTON, Edward stock and station salesman Adelaide 1862[-1867] Memorial 189/184

LAUGHTON, Edward mariner Pt Adelaide 1872 Application 12019

LAUGHTON, Edward mariner Queenstown 1874 Application 13572

LAUGHTON, Edward formerly mariner 1868 but now cattle salesman Adelaide 1876 Application 15668

LAUGHTON, Edward the Elder stock and station agent Adelaide. E Laughton the Younger mentioned but not described 1877 Memorial 20/306

LAUGHTON, Edward cattle salesman Adelaide 1879[-1889] Memorial 147/318

LAUGHTON, Edward out of business Queenstown 1879 Memorial 107/318

No 1

LAUGHTON, George auctioneer Adelaide 1889 Application 21621

LAUGHTON, George the Elder auctioneer and commission agent Currie St, Adelaide, died 2/7/1908 Gilberton. His estate worth £14,100. He appointed his daughter, Lizzie MUECKE wife of Edwin Charles Muecke shipping agent Gilberton and his son, Robert Watson Laughton no description, his trustees. RW Laughton to inherit the auctioneer and commission agency in Currie St, and the furniture in the house at Brighton which he had already inherited from his mother. The business premises on Town Acre 115 in Currie St, to go in trust to Lizzie MUECKE, Amy Sarah Laughton (wife of George Laughton the Younger) and Sarah Laughton (wife of RW Laughton), to enjoy the income in equal shares during the lifetime of Lizzie Muecke. After her death, the other two trustees to inherit the property in equal shares to transfer to their respective children in equal shares as tenants in common. The residual estate in real and personal property to go to Lizzie Muecke and her two brothers, George and Robert William Laughton in equal shares as tenants in common. If the children disagreed about the division, the estate to be sold and the money to be divided amongst them in equal shares. Robert Watson Laughton died 25/9/1913 Application 27507

No 1

LAUGHTON, Thomas farmer The Finniss 1857 Memorial 318/115

LAUGHTON, Thomas farmer Finniss River 1885 Memorial 23/364

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

LAUGHTON, Thomas labourer formerly of Pt Elliot 1865 but now of Queen's Own Town 1876 Application 15334

No 1

LAUNDER, James mason Kooringa 1880 Application 18207

LAUNDER, James mason Kooringa 1902 Kooringa Methodist Church trustee Application 28412

LAUNDER, James builder Kooringa 1902. He died 5/1/1906 Memorial 120/445 & RPA Search 587

LAUNER, Carl farmer Light Pass 1854 Memorial 422/73

LAUNER, Johann Friedrich Wilhelm Gottlieb mason Stockwell 1876 Application 15651

LAUNER, Julius August Wilhelm farmer Hundred of Bright. Hundred of Bright land grant 1911 Grant Book 9 Page 49 County Burra

No 1

LAUNER, Richard Wilhelm grazier Worlds End near Kooringa 1939 Memorial 24/514

LAUNER, Richard Wilhelm formerly grazier Worlds End near Burra but now apiarist Springout Creek near Robertstown 1947 Memorial 118/521

LAURANCE, Bannan farmer Dry Creek 1852 Memorial 72/46

LAURENCE, Albert Henry clerk to Arthur HARDY & Sons solicitors Adelaide 1878 Memorial 204/311

LAURENCE, Albert James land agent Adelaide 1882 Memorial 133/340

LAURENCE, Alexander commander of the ship Orient trading between London in England and Adelaide 1862 Memorial 49/186

LAURENCE, Stephen farmer Winninowie 1885 Memorial 79/367

No 1

LAURENTI, Jacob carpenter Adelaide 1851 Memorial 343/31

LAURENTI, Jacob cabinetmaker Adelaide (North Tce) 1852[-1855] Memorial 6/46

LAURENTI, Jacob cabinetmaker Adelaide 1883 Application 22776

No 1

LAURENTI, Otto of Caltowie Co Victoria. Hundred of Mannanarie land grant 1880 Grant Book 13 Page 80 County Dalhousie

LAURENTI, Otto storekeeper Yongala 1883[-1887] Memorial 168/354

LAURENTI, Otto of Caltowie Co Victoria 1888 Memorial 185/389

LAURIE, Alexander labourer Bowden 1918 Application 26701

LAURIE, Alexander John farmer Mt Gambier Hundred of Jessie land grant 1877 Grant Book 50 Page 258 County Robe

No 1

LAURIE, Andrew Frederick publisher Mt Gambier 1876 Memorial 139/292

LAURIE, Andrew Frederick publisher Mt Gambier Hundred of Jessie land grant 1877 Grant Book 50 Page 258 County Robe

LAURIE, Andrew Frederick printer and publisher Mt Gambier 1881 Memorial 189/336

No 1

LAURIE, Arthur farmer Hundred of Crozier 1887 Memorial 93/384

LAURIE, Arthur grazier Hundred of Davenport 1887 Memorial 3/386

LAURIE, Arthur of Mandallio/Mamdallia 1887 Memorial 78/387

LAURIE, Arthur grazier Mundalleo 1888 Memorial 73/391

LAURIE, Arthur grazier Mundallio 1888[-1892] Memorial 223/391

LAURIE, Buxton Forbes chemist Pt Adelaide 1852[-1853] Memorial 85/43 Gentleman formerly of Pt Adelaide but now of Pt Elliot 1854 Memorial 298/62

LAURIE, Harcourt Bunyan farmer Mt Gambier Hundred of Jessie land grant 1875[-1877] Grant Book 50 Page 267 County Robe

No 1

LAURIE, James Park Dawson gentleman Laurie Park Naracoorte Hundred of Joanna land grant 1871 Grant Book 50 Page 222 County Robe

LAURIE, James Park Dawson gentleman Mt Gambier Hundred of Jessie land grant 1875 Grant Book 50 Page 267 County Robe

LAURIE, James Park Dawson sheep farmer Laurie Park 1882 Memorial 211/343

LAURIE, James Park Dawson sheep farmer Laurie Park, about to leave the province on a trip to Europe, power of attorney to Alexander MEDWARD gentleman Mildura, Studley Park Road, Kew, Vic, to manage his business interests in SA and Vic 28/8/1882 Deposit 215/1882

LAURIE, John the Younger farmer Pinery 1886 Memorial 134/380

No 1

LAURIE, John Buxton gentleman Adelaide and Ada Laurie his wife 1892 Memorial 119/414

LAURIE, John Buxton sharebroker Salisbury 1923 Application 27224

LAURIE, John Hunter contractor Kingston and Theresa Bernard Laurie his wife 1902 Application 24390

LAURIE, John Neilson ploughman Hay Flat near Yankalilla 1855 Memorial 460/94

No 1

LAURIE, Robert farmer Aldinga 1859 Memorial 281/152

LAURIE, Robert farmer Aldinga Plains 1866 Memorial 212/212

LAURIE, Robert Dunlop linked with Section 139 Hundred of Dudley Co Carnarvon 1889 Memorial 45/397

No 1

LAURIE, Robin Maitland Buxton stockbroker's clerk Salisbury 1920 Memorial 112/480

LAURIE, Robin Maitland Buxton sharebroker Adelaide (Pirie St) and Joan Colleen Edmund Laurie his wife 1929 Memorial 34/501

No 1

LAURIE, William labourer Hallett. Hallett (Hundred of Hallett) township allotment land grant 1874 Grant Book 8 Page 281 County Burra

No 2

LAURIE, William the Elder grazier Woolundunga Co Frome 1887 Memorial 23/388

No 1

LAUTERBACH, Gotthard Friedrich farmer Lobethal 1902 Memorial 49/445

LAUTERBACH, Gotthard Friedrich storekeeper Woodside 1911[-1915] Memorial 35/465

No 1

LAUTERBACH, Johann Carl Friedrich farmer Hundred of Onkaparinga Co Adelaide 1851 Memorial 451/33 Farmer Onkaparinga River 1855 Memorial 336/91

LAUTERBACH, Carl farmer Lobethal 1854 Memorial 293/89

LAUTERBACH, Johann Carl Friedrich Woodside Lutheran Church trustee 1866 Application 7713

LAUTERBACH, Otto Robert Richard labourer near Eudunda 1900 Memorial 141/440 

LAVATT, Alfred labourer Norwood 1851 Memorial 208/36

LAVEN, James labourer Littlehampton, died 7/8/1870 Blakiston. He left 5151his estate to his wife, Sarah Laven. Estate worth £50. She lived at Noarlunga by 1874 Application 13991

LA VENCE, Richard Francis storekeeper Adelaide and Sarah La Vence his wife settled Pt Section 2 Survey B upon their three daughters, Mary Wesley Kentish [Mrs James Kentish the Younger] for her own use, and Anna Elizabeth La Vence and Emma Golding La Vence during their minority (one third of the income to each person). Trustees; James Kentish the Younger farmer Rye Farm near Adelaide and Henry BROADBENT storekeeper Adelaide 1846 [William BAKER owned part of the section on the east. By 1851, he had sold this land to James MILLER. Henry CHOAT had bought part of the Section on the west of the La Vence land] Memorials 265/8, 307/29

LA VENCE, Richard Francis storekeeper Adelaide took out a 3-year lease of a shop and dwellinghouse on the western side of the Norfolk Arms Hotel in Rundle St Adelaide at £2 a week 'payable every Tuesday' 1850 Memorial 300/22

LAVENDER, William general dealer Pt Adelaide 1853 Memorial 474/52

No 1

LAVER, Charles and William Dawson Laver farmers Levi Waterholes near Truro 1868 Memorial 47/234

LAVER, Charles of Levi's Waterhole near Truro, died intestate 1873. Letters of administration to his wife, Mary Jane Laver. William Dawson Laver farmer Levi's Waterhole a member of this family Memorial 26/269

No 1

LAVER, Hedley Edward blacksmith Hectorville 1883 Application 19931

LAVER, Hedley Edward blacksmith Hectorville 1900[-1901] Memorial 165/441

LAVER, Hedley Edward blacksmith Hectorville 1914 Memorial 94/470

LAVER, Hedley Edward retired blacksmith Montacute Rd, Hectorville 1937, declared that he had lived at Hectorville since 1882 Application 28076

No 1

LAVER, Henry blacksmith Payneham 1877 Memorial 38/301

LAVER, Henry Richard farrier Marden 1877 Memorial 39/301

LAVER, Henry Richard blacksmith Payneham 1882[-1885] Memorial 227/345

LAVER, Henry Richard formerly of Payneham but now licensed victualler Thorndon Park 1886 Memorial 120/380

LAVER, John Hedley out of business 296 Main North Rd, Enfield 1957 Application 29204

LAVER, William Edward Norman mechanic Solomontown near Pt Pirie 1912 Memorial 193/467

LAVERS, Ethel Florence spinster Melton. Hundred of Clinton land grant 1910[-1929] Grant Book 14 Page 142 County Daly

No 1

LAVERS, Phillip carpenter Grenfell St, Adelaide, and Elizabeth Lavers, his wife 1846 Memorial 76/7

LAVERS, Philip carpenter and builder Adelaide (Gawler Place), an insolvent debtor by 1851 Memorial 327/113

LAVERTY, John William farmer Snowtown 1887 Memorial 166/386

No 1

LAVERTY, Henry farmer Diamond Lake Hundred of Melville 1875 Grant Book 19 Page 72 County Fergusson

LAVERTY, Henry farmer Clare Hundred of Melville land grant 1875 Grant Book 19 Page 73 County Fergusson

LAVERTY, William farmer near Clare 1868 Application 9232

LAVILLE, Ernestine Elizabeth spinster Pt Adelaide 1912 Application 26115

No 1

LAVIN, James yeoman Mt Barker 1849 Application 10329.

LAVIN, James labourer Mt Barker 1851 Memorial 53/279

LAVIN, James farmer Blakiston 1856 Memorial 249/95

LAVIN, James formerly yeoman Mt Barker 1849 but now farmer Blakiston 1869 Application 10329

LAVIN, Sarah widow formerly of Blakiston but now of Noarlunga relict of the late James Lavin formerly labourer Mt Barker but now deceased 1874 Memorial 97/279

360/54

No 1

LAVIN, John cabinetmaker Adelaide (Bent St) 1853[-1854] Memorial 360/54 Cabinetmaker [formerly of Adelaide but now of] Norwood 1857 Memorial 132/89

LAVIN, John baker Pt Adelaide Co Adelaide. Wallaroo (Hundred of Wallaroo) township allotment land grant 1861 Grant Book 14 Page 4 County Daly

LAVIN, John [formerly cabinetmaker Norwood but now] grocer Pt Adelaide 1862 Memorial 123/185

LAVIN, John steam biscuit baker formerly of Norwood, but now Pt Adelaide 1866. He had been at Norwood between 1852-1858 Application 14221

LAVIN, John biscuit manufacturer Pt Adelaide, about to leave the province for a period, power of attorney to Sydney MALIN biscuit manufacturer Pt Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 6/3/1873 Deposit 159/1873

LAVIN, John confectioner Pt Adelaide 1875[-1878] Memorial 209/283

LAVIN, John baker Pt Adelaide trustee Pt Adelaide Wesleyan Church 1862, died 2/5/1881, of apoplexy, aged 57 Application 20393

LAVINGTON, Edward Stewart farmer Wilson Wilson [also known as Kanyaka Siding] (Hundred of Cudlamudla) township allotment land grant 1884 Grant Book 49 Page 168 County Newcastle

LAVINGTON, John farmer Mt Muirhead Hundred of Mt Muirhead land grant 1879 Grant Book 31 Page 195 County Grey

No 1

LAVINGTON, William mariner Adelaide 1853 Memorial 71/52

LAVINGTON, William mariner Le Fevre Peninsula 1853 Memorial 397/47

LAVINGTON, William general dealer Pt Adelaide 1853[-1856] Memorial 500/54

LAVIS, Edwin farmer Islington 1855[-1866] Memorial 151/84

No 1

LAVIS, Robert John storekeeper Gawler 1898 Application 23600

LAVIS, Robert John merchant Adelaide 1907 Memorial 77/457

LAVIS, Robert John furnisher Adelaide 1910[-1911] Memorial 199/463

LAVIS, Robert John house furnisher Adelaide (2 Hindley St and Leigh St) 1919 Memorial 12/479

No 1

LAVOUE, Francis restaurant keeper Adelaide 1882[-1891] Memorial 9/345

LAVOUE, Francis restaurant keeper Adelaide in financial difficulties - perhaps bankruptcy 1884 Memorial 155/365

LAW, Alexander clergyman Mt Barker Co Hindmarsh. Hundred of Monarto land grant 1870[-1873] Grant Book 58 Page 128 County Sturt

LAW, Alfred gentleman Adelaide 1881[- 1886] Memorial 63/334

No 1

LAW, Frederick clerk Adelaide 1865 Memorial 1/207

LAW, Frederick bookkeeper Adelaide 1865 Memorial 131/208

No 1

LAW, Henry bank manager Penola 1869 Memorial 130/242

LAW, Henry manager of the Bank of New Zealand Adelaide branch 1884 Memorial 148/358

LAW, Henry bank manager Adelaide 1886 Memorial 25/375

LAW, Henry financial agent Adelaide 1887 Memorial 47/388

No 1

LAW, Joseph retired grazier Yankalilla, aged 71 in 1942, declared that he had spent his whole life in the district Application 28320

LAW, Joseph farmer Yankalilla, died 1/7/1946. Brother to Robert Law. Uncle to Edith EDWARDS of Penong, Mary Ann FITZGERALD of Kalgoorlie WA, Sarah Jane LISTER of Bookabie, Ross Verdun Law of Bookabie, Charles Joseph Law of Bookabie, Robert George Law of Bookabie. Brother tof Harriet HUTCHINSON (who lived with Joseph Law near Yankalilla). Uncle to Adele Hutchinson no description [probably of near Yankalilla], Walter Hutchinson of Moorlands Memorial 200/520

LAW, Palmer Congregational Minister Adelaide 1878 Memorial 224/308

LAW, Tired of Blyth St, Adelaide clerk to Abraham SCOTT merchant of Adelaide and Glenelg 1864 Memorial 328/192

LAWA, Friedrich Christian labourer Rosewater and Elizabeth Lawa his wife 1906 Application 25330

LAWDER, Alexander gardener Reedbeds linked with John Lawder farmer Reedbeds 1862 Memorial 33/185

No 1

LAWDER, John farmer Reedbeds 1853[-1858] Memorial 411/54

LAWDER, John farmer Section 434 The Reedbeds 1861 Memorial 51/177

LAWDER, John farmer Munno Para 1870 Memorial 24/254

LAWDER, John farmer Salisbury 1872 Memorial 152/260

LAWES, Agnes widow Rosenthal 1858[-1861[ Memorial 192/161

LAWES, Arthur Henry farmer Coglin Hundred of Coglin land grant 1900 Grant Book 34 Page 86 County Herbert

LAWES, Duncan Taylor of Burnside 1912 Application 26156

No 1 - perhaps the same person

LAWES, Henry farmer Sandy Creek 1889 Application 21616

LAWES, Henry James farmer Sandy Creek 1909, declared that he had lived at Sandy Creek since 1851 Application 25709

No 1

LAWES, James farmer Lyndoch Valley 1848 Memorial 225/14

LAWES, James, Thomas and Samuel farmers Sandy Creek 1851 Enrolment 50/22

LAWES, James farmer Sandy Creek Hundred of Barossa 1858 Hundred of Barossa District School trustee Memorial 54/152

LAWES, James gentleman Greenwood Sandy Creek 1859[-1876] Memorial 342/154

LAWES, James farmer Sandy Creek 1867 Memorial 190/223

LAWES, James farmer Sandy Creek 1889 Application 21569

No 1

LAWES, Peter Saunders malster Adelaide 1838 Memorial 468/71 LAWES, Peter Saunders malster Adelaide 1838 Application 5404

LAWES, Peter Saunders farmer Lyndoch Valley 1845 Memorial 297/4

LAWES, Peter Saunders farmer Sandy Creek near Gawler, died 16/2/1869. Husband of Sarah Lawes, who died 15/7/1897. Probably parents of Albert Morse Lawes commercial traveller Kensington and Henry James Lawes farmer Sandy Creek 1898 Memorial 117/434

LAWES, Peter Saunders farmer Sandy Creek, died 16/2/1869. He left real estate to his wife, Sarah Lawes, for life while she remained a widow, then to his four daughters equally in remainder expectant - Jane ROWE wife of William Rowe blacksmith Mintaro; Ann MARTIN wife of George Martin farmer Sandy Creek; Emma AYLING wife of Henry James Ayling. She died 22/3/1885; Elizabeth WATERS died 1878 intestate, leaving her eldest son, Henry Archer Loche Waters artist Norwood, as heir at law. Sarah Lawes widow of Peter Sanders Lawes farmer Sandy Creek, died 15/7/1897, of senile decay, aged 88 Application 23677

LAWES, Peter Saunders farmer Sandy Creek, died 16/2/1869. His estate in trust to his widow, Sarah Lawes, for life, then to their son, Henry James Lawes, absolutely in remainder expectant. Estate worth £600 Application 26092

No 1

LAWES, Samuel farmer Lyndoch 1845 Memorial 297/4

LAWES, Samuel farmer Sandy Creek 1853 Memorial 4/57

LAWES, Samuel farmer Rosenthal 1854 Memorial 29/67

LAWES, Samuel gentleman Rosenthal, died c1854. Husband of Agnes Lawes. Brother to Peter Saunders Lawes, James Lawes and Thomas Lawes all of Sandy Creek Memorial 222/96

LAWES, Samuel farmer Rosenthal died c1856. Husband of Agnes Lawes. Two sons, Edwin and Emmanuel Lawes farmers Rosenthal 1882 Application 19048

No 1

LAWES, Thomas farmer Lyndoch Valley 1849 Memorial 237/21

LAWES, Thomas farmer Sandy Creek 1854 Memorial 87/65

LAWES, Thomas gentleman Sandy Creek, died 11/2/1895. Linked with James Lawes farmer Sandy Creek and Walter James Lawes farmer Sandy Creek. Thomas Lawes also left a legacy to a Rebecca LAMPARD, who died before Thomas Lawes died Application 22936

LAWES, Walter James farmer Sandy Creek 1898 Application 23578

No 1

LAWLER, Edward gardener Walkerville 1853[-1855] Memorial 147/47

LAWLER, Edward [formerly gardener Walkerville but now] miner Kooringa 1863 Memorial 331/189

No 1

LAWLER, Elizabeth of Aberdeen 1892 Memorial 223/414

LAWLER, Elizabeth widow New Aberdeen near Kooringa, died 1/5/1894. Mother of Mary Lawler spinster New Aberdeen and Joseph Lawler labourer New Aberdeen. Estate worth £260 Memorial 111/496

LAWLER, James farmer Para Plains 1856 Memorial 338/109

No 1 - perhaps the same person

LAWLER, Patrick yeoman Adelaide 1860 Memorial 204/171

LAWLER, Patrick farmer near Steelton on the Dirty Light 1866[-1869] Memorial 189/211

LAWLER, Jane widow of Patrick Thomas Lawler labourer Steelton on the Dirty Light, died 24/3/1919 St Joseph's Providence West Tce, Adelaide, of senility, aged 84. Born in Ireland. To SA 50 years ago. Married at age 23. No family Application 26750

LAWLESS, Mary spinster Adelaide (Hindley St) 1863 Application 5871

LAWLESS, Margaret boardinghouse keeper Adelaide Wirrabara township allotment land grant 1874 Grant Book 24 Page 524 County Frome

LAWN, Charles farmer Tiparra 1896 Memorial 89/428

LAWN, George butcher Kooringa 1920 Memorial 64/480

No 1 - perhaps the same person

LAWN, Henry farmer Robertstown 1880 Grant Book 17 Page 168 County Eyre

LAWN, Henry farmer Hundred of Schomburgk 1885 Memorial 248/372

LAWN, Henry farmer Baldina 1887 Memorial 200/385

LAWN, Henry farmer near Kooringa 1887 Memorial 59/386

No 1

LAWN, James farmer Tiparra 1896 Memorial 90/428

LAWN, James farmer Tiparra east of West Moonta 1903 Memorial 63/448

LAWRANCE, Charles accountant Adelaide 1882 Memorial 3/344

LAWRANCE, HC clerk to JE MOULDEN solicitor Adelaide 1874 Memorial 122/275

LAWRANCE, Leonard Lewis labourer Pt Pirie West 1924 Application 27240

LAWRANCE, Robert clerk to Rupert INGLEBY solicitor Adelaide 1877 Memorial 139/304

LAWRANCE/LAWRENCE, Robert George gentleman Blinman. Blinman North (Hundred of Carr) township allotment land grant 1868 Grant Book 66 Page 164a County Taunton FIND CHECK SPELLING

LAWRANCE, RH clerk to J EMERSON solicitor Kapunda 1874 Memorial 176/275

No 1

LAWRANCE, Vinrace acountant Adelaide 1859 Memorial 257/150

LAWRANCE, Vinrace accountant Adelaide (South Tce) 1879 Memorial 171/315

No 1

LAWRENCE, Alexander Commander of the ship Orient, about to return to London, but expecting to come back to SA from time to time, power of attorney to John HECTOR accountant Adelaide and Edward Amand WRIGHT agent Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 22/12/1856 Deposit 520/1864

LAWRENCE, Alexander master mariner Barque Orient Hundred of Gilbert land grant 1857 Grant Book 44 Page 65 County Light

LAWRENCE, Alexander master mariner London, Middlesex, England Hundred of Kapunda land grant 1858 Grant Book 44 Page 142 County Light

LAWRENCE, Alexander commander of the ship Orient now on her homeward voyage from Adelaide to London 1861 Memorial 80/179

LAWRENCE, Alexander master mariner London, now of the barque Orient lying at Pt Adelaide 1861. Application 2650

LAWRENCE, Alexander master mariner the Barque Orient Hundred of Pt Gawler land grant 1862 Grant Book 27 Page 409 County Gawler

LAWRENCE, Alexander master mariner formerly of the barque Orient 1857 but now merchant London, England 1865 Application 6792

LAWRENCE, Alexander formerly commander of the ship Orient trading between Port Adelaide and London in England but now of 38 Oakley Square, Middlesex, England 1863[-1865] Memorial 202/188

LAWRENCE, Alexander master mariner residing in parts beyond the seas 1866 Memorial 51/215

LAWRENCE, Alexander merchant Great St Helens, London, Middlesex, England, power of attorney to Sir Henry AYERS Esquire Adelaide, and Harry Lockett Ayers gentleman Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 28/10/1874 Deposit 24/1880

No 1

LAWRENCE, Alfred police trooper Yankalilla 1871 Memorial 96/252

LAWRENCE, Alfred of Normanville 1879 Memorial 22/316

LAWRENCE, Alfred police trooper Normanville 1882 Memorial 78/346

No 1

LAWRENCE, Charles Josiah Esquire Governor of the Adelaide Gaol 1870 Memorial 8/250

LAWRENCE, Charles Josiah Governor of HM Gaol Adelaide, died 27/5/1873, of disease of the kidneys and acrenil poisoning, aged 46 Deposit 249/1876

LAWRENCE, Cecil Stanley quarry labourer Clarendon 1946 Memorial 137/520

LAWRENCE, Donald William publican Parilla. Parilla (Hundred of Parilla) township allotment land grant 1961 Grant Book 12 Page 116 County Chandos

LAWRENCE, EA single woman Braested 54 Park Tce, Parkside 1942 Memorial 153/516

LAWRENCE, Elsie Susan Keightley Dubois widow 14 Edwin Tce, Gilberton, died 9/5/1941 Adelaide. Mother of Laurel Dubois PASCOE. Executor; John William RICHARDSON of Mt Lofty House, Crafers Memorial 199/515

LAWRENCE, Francis Levi draughtsman Adelaide 1892 Memorial 52/413

LAWRENCE, Gordon Lindsay labourer Goolwa 1955 Memorial 106/530

LAWRENCE, Henry saddler Mallala 1880 Memorial 20/329

No 1

LAWRENCE, James publican Adelaide (West Tce) 1840 Publican in North Adelaide by 1857 Application 13272.

LAWRENCE, James yeoman Little Adelaide 1847 Memorial 86/10

LAWRENCE, James gentleman Adelaide 1854 Memorial 213/68

LAWRENCE, James messenger Adelaide 1854 Memorial 468/74

LAWRENCE, James publican North Adelaide 1857 Memorial 252/128

LAWRENCE, James gentleman Prospect 1857 Memorial 215/131

LAWRENCE, James formerly yeoman Little Adelaide 1847, died 28/8/1858 intestate North Adelaide. Mary HOLLIDAY widow Kingsthorpe, Northants, England, his only sister, inherited his estate as heiress at law. Her third son, James Holliday, mentioned in James Lawrence's will [Apparently, a will did exist, but possibly proved invalid] Memorials 339/143, 344/169

LAWRENCE, James gentleman Adelaide, died 27/8/1858 North Adelaide. Mary HOLLIDAY widow Kingsthorpe, Northants, England, inherited his estate as heiress at law. Mrs Holliday employed Henry GILBERT to finalise the estate Memorial 128/159

LAWRENCE, James yeoman Little Adelaide 1847, then Adelaide, but then later North Adelaide. He died 27/8/1858, without family, leaving his estate to his nephew James HOLLIDAY, 3d son of Mary Holliday Kingsthorp, Northants, England, James Lawrence's only sister. James Holliday died April 1858, intestate and without descendants. His mother became the heiress at law by James Lawrence’s will. Application 9975

LAWRENCE, James publican North Adelaide died 27/8/1858, of disease of the kidneys and bladder, aged 58. His parents, Thomas LAWRENCE widower (3d marriage) and Ann CARWELL spinster married 30/1/1879 Welford, Northants, England. The Lawrences were Dissenters Congregationalists. Thomas the Elder moved from Welford to Moulton, where he died in May 1805. Children - Thomas (died Cecil St, St Martin’s in the Fields, London 1823, aged 24, leaving a daughter Sarah Lawrence, who died March 1824, aged 2), Mary, James (emigrated many years ago to SA), Ebenezer (died a bachelor at Kingsthorpe May 1829, aged 25). Mary Lawrence m a Holliday, and she became a widow, living at Kingsthorpe, Northants by 1859. Her only son, James Lawrence, died April 1858, at Kingsthorpe, aged 32 Deposit 294/1860

No 2

LAWRENCE, James watchmaker Adelaide 1854[-1860] Memorial 317/81

No 3 - perhaps the same person

LAWRENCE, James Esquire Pt Adelaide 1855 Memorial 285/93

LAWRENCE, James ship owner Adelaide 1855[-1857] Memorial 213/100

LAWRENCE, James formerly of Adelaide but now of Melbourne Vic 1856 Memorial 300/101

No 4

LAWRENCE, James clerk Brompton 1870 Application 10957.

No 5

LAWRENCE, James gardener New Tiers 1882 Memorial 146/343

LAWRENCE, John brickmaker Stirling North 1874 Memorial 184/275

No 1 - perhaps the same person

LAWRENCE, Joseph carter Adelaide 1850 Memorial 172/23

LAWRENCE, Joseph carrier Pt MacDonnell, died c1869 or later. He left his entire estate to his wife, Whilmot Uxtable Lawrence, during her widowhood, then in equal shares to his children - Elizabeth CLARK wife of Job Clark farmer Mt Gambier, Joseph William Lawrence labourer Mt Gambier and Benjamin Jonathan Lawrence no description 1875 Memorial 189/281

LAWRENCE, Laurie Philip tobacco manufacturer Adelaide 1880 Memorial 197/324

LAWRENCE, Percy Joe Anderson mercantile broker Mt Lofty, died 10/11/1938. His widow, Elsie Susan Keightly Dubois Lawrence, died 9/5/1941. Executor; John William RICHARDSON gentleman Mt Lofty Memorial 10/521

LAWRENCE, Robert Howard of Goodwood Park 1888 Memorial 216/390

LAWRENCE, Samuel draper Adelaide (Hindley St) 1852[-1856] Memorial 209/40

No 1

LAWRENCE, Solomon draper Pt Adelaide 1856 Memorial 290/107

LAWRENCE, Solomon draper Pt Adelaide, in financial difficulties 1857 Memorial 308/125

No 1

LAWRENCE, Stephen brickmaker Stirling North trustee unnamed cemetery Hundred of Davenport land grant 1878 Grant Book 23 Page 45 County Frome

LAWRENCE, Stephen farmer Winninowie 1885 Memorial 79/367

No 1
LAWRENCE, Thomas farmer Section 4038 Hundred of Onkaparinga 1854 Memorial 173/70

LAWRENCE, Thomas farmer Balhannah 1860. He could not write Application 1149

No 2
LAWRENCE, Thomas mason Hackham 1857 Memorial 25/135

LAWRENCE, Thomas mason Hackham 1857 linked with Ann Yates Lawrence of Hackham 1872 Application 11869

LAWRENCE, Thomas labourer Hackham 1884 Application 20047

LAWRENCE, Walter agent Adelaide 1885 Memorial 43/371

No 3
LAWRENCE, William farmer Macclesfield and Edith Alice Lawrence his wife 1913 Memorial 162/468

No 1
LAWRENCE, William John the Younger clerk to Messrs GWYNNE & Lawrence solicitors Adelaide 1850 Memorial 89/25

LAWRENCE, William John gentleman Brougham Place, North Adelaide, and King William St, Adelaide, about to leave the province, power of attorney to Nathaniel Alexander KNOX the Younger and Leonard William THRUPP gentlemen Adelaide, to manage his SA business interests 13/12/1864. He returned to SA again after this date, but left once more permanently for England Deposit 40/1865

LAWRENCE, William John Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now on a voyage to England 1865 Memorial 81/201

LAWRENCE, William John gentleman formerly of Brougham Place, North Adelaide, then of 25 Sunderland Tce Westbourne Park, London, England, died c1879 His whole estate to his wife, Sarah Bailey Lawrence Application 21139

LAWRENCE, William John gentleman died c1881- or was it as early as 1870??. He had made his will on 9/3/1870 at 25 Sunderland Tce, Westbourne Park, London, Middlesex, England. He left his estate to his wife, Sarah Bailey Lawrence. Their son, WJ Lawrence the Younger gentleman lived at Fremantle WA by 1905. He had married Isabella HAWSON, likely a daughter of the late George and Elizabeth Hawson of Pt Lincoln and Enfield Memorials 81/331 & 195/453

No 1

LAWREY, Richard miner Kapunda 1860[-1862] Memorial 67/173 Bible Christian member 1862 Memorial 284/192

LAWREY, Richard greengrocer Moonta 1866[-1870] Memorial 136/225

LAWREY, Richard storekeeper formerly of Kapunda but now of Moonta 1876[-1877] Memorial 38/295

LAWREY, Richard formerly miner Kapunda but now farmer Penang near Moonta 1885 Memorial 162/368

No 1

LAWRIE, Alexander farmer Willunga 1855 Memorial 269/91

LAWRIE, Alexander and John farmer Alma 1861 Memorial 171/175

LAWRIE, Alexander farmer formerly of Willunga 1855 but now of Alma Plains 1864 Application 4875

LAWRIE, Alexander and John farmers near Stockport 1864 Application 5621

LAWRIE, Alexander farmer near Alma 1869 Application 10065

No 2

LAWRIE, Alexander farmer Enfield 1875 Application 14331

No 3

LAWRIE, Alexander the Younger farmer White's River 1911 Application 25908

LAWRIE, Allan farmer Kulpara 1887 Memorial 39/385

LAWRIE, Andrew and WATSON, John printers Mt Gambier 1883 Application 19853

LAWRIE, David woodyard proprietor Torrens Rd, Croydon 1914 Application 26255

LAWRIE, Donald Kenneth formerly factory foreman but now sales manager Noarlunga 1960 Application 29374

No 1

LAWRIE, James farmer Tonyunga 1845 Memorial 155/126

LAWRIE, James farmer Tonyunga, died intestate and a bachelor 10/6/1848 Willunga. Archibald GREENSHIELDS farmer Tonyunga said in statement 3/2/1859. ‘I saw the corpse of the said James Lawrie in its coffin previousy to and at the time of the screwing down of the lid’. Thomas MAGARY miller Adelaide accompanied A Greenshields to J Lawrie’s funeral. John Lawrie farmer Stockport, Robert Lawrie farmer Alma, Marion GREENSHIELDS wife of Archibald Greenshields farmer Tunyunga near Myponga and Alexander Lawrie farmer Alma stated 2/6/1860; They were four of the children of Alexander Lawrie the Elder and his wife, Jean nee DUNLOP of Lanfine parish of Galston, Co Ayr, Scotland, who married July 1809 at Peel Recearton, Co Ayr. Alexander the Elder died intestate 11/10/1847, leaving 8 children - John Lawrie, James Lawrie (now deceased), Nicol Lawrie (since deceased), Robert Lawrie and Marion Greenshields, David Lawrie (now Kilmarnock, Co Ayr), Jean wife of Ivis GRAHAM of Ochitree, Co Ayr, and Alexander Lawrie the Younger. John Lawrie was born 10/4/1810, the first born child and eldest son of Alexander Lawrie the Elder. James and Robert Lawrie emigrated to SA 1839 and carried on in partnership as farmers until James Lawrie died intestate 10/6/1848. His father Alexander Lawrie the Elder inherited as heir at law, but had predeceased his son. John Lawrie inherited both intestate estates (of his father and brother) as heir at law, and sold Section 580 District D to his brother, Robert Lawrie. Alexander Lawrie the Elder’s children in order of birth - John, Nicol, Robert David, Marion, Jean, Alexander the Younger, James (died 10/6/1848). James Lawrie farmer Tonyunga had bought the land as a land grant of 80 acres for £80/1/-, on 31/1/1845. Application 1490

No 2 FIND where was James Lawrie in 1883?

LAWRIE, James farmer Owen - appointed executor and trustee for the will of Richard ARTHUR of Bowden 1883 Application 26021

LAWRIE, James farmer formerly of Owen but now of Pt Pirie 1911 Application 26021

No 3 – the Elder

LAWRIE, James farmer Nelshaby. Trustee unnamed Chapel Hundred of Telowie. Hundred of Telowie land grant 1898 Grant Book 24 Page 776 County Frome

LAWRIE, James farmer Nelshaby, had died by 1912. Executors – Margaret Lawrie widow Nelshaby and Matthew Lawrie farmer Nelshaby Grant Book 24 Page 781 County Frome

LAWRIE, James farmer Nelshaby, died 24/6/1905. Surviving executors 1917 – Margaret Lawrie widow Nelshaby and Matthew Hendry Lawrie farmer Nelshaby Grant Book 60 Page 402 County Victoria

No 4 – the Younger

LAWRIE, James farmer Napperby. Hundred of Napperby land grant 1899 Grant Book 60 Page 395 County Victoria

LAWRIE, James Martin labourer Kingston S-E 1900[-1935] Memorial 202/441

LAWRIE, James Pack Dawson printer Mt Gambier 1866 Memorial 117/215

No 1

LAWRIE, John farmer Myponga 1855 Memorial 270/91

No 2

LAWRIE, John farmer Alma Plains near Stockport on the Gilbert 1865 Application 6707

LAWRIE, John farmer Alma Plains Hundred of Alma land grant 1870[-1876] Grant Book 26 Page 98 County Gawler

No 3

LAWRIE, John the Younger farmer Pinery 1888 Memorial 176/394

No 1 - perhaps the same person

LAWRIE, JJ bank manager Pt Darwin Northern Territory of SA 1901 Memorial 137/444

LAWRIE, John Joseph Manager E, S & A Bank Mt Gambier 1913 Application 26232.

LAWRIE, John Hunter contractor Kingston S-E and Theresa Bernard Lawrie his wife 1900 Memorial 108/444

LAWRIE, John N farmer Truro 1865 Memorial 59/201

LAWRIE, Nicol Brown of Dalkey Hundred of Dalkey land grant 1883 Grant Book 26 Page 244 County Gawler

LAWRIE, Ninain farmer Tumby Bay 1900 Memorial 5/441

No 1 – the Elder

LAWRIE, Robert farmer Tonyunga 1847 Memorial 155/13

LAWRIE, Robert farmer Myponga 1849[-1853] Memorial 19/46

LAWRIE, Robert farmer Myponga 1851[-1857] Memorial 156/126

LAWRIE, Robert farmer Myponga Hundred of Alma land grant 1858 Grant Book 26 Page 59 County Gawler

LAWRIE, Robert farmer formerly of Myponga 1853 but now of Yankalilla 1868 Application 9411

LAWRIE, Robert farmer Caracalinga near Yankalilla, became a bankrupt in 1870 Memorial 36/245

No 2 – the Younger FIND FIDDLE

LAWRIE, Robert farmer Stockport 1858 Memorial 296/140

LAWRIE, Robert farmer Barabba Plains near Stockport 1859 Memorial 236/155

LAWRIE, Robert farmer near Stockport 1865 Application 6014

LAWRIE, Robert the Elder farmer Alma. Hundred of Dalkey land grant 1885 Grant Book 26 Page 246 County Gawler

LAWRIE, Robert the Younger farmer Alma Plains. Hundred of Dalkey land grant 1881 Grant Book 26 Page 227 County Gawler

No 1

LAWRIE, Theresa Bernard widow Robe Rd, near Kingston S-E, died 20/1/1924 Adelaide. Mother of Theresa Lawrie and Richard Trevillian Lawrie. Executrix Esther HALL married woman Cameron St, Kingston S-E had died before Mrs Lawrie Memorial 81/490

LAWRIE, Theresa Bernard widow Robe Rd, near Kingston S-E, died 20/1/1924 Adelaide. She left her whole estate to her two children - Theresa Marie Lawrie and Richard Trevillian Lawrie labourer Kingston -in equal shares. Estate worth £300. By 1942, Theresa Marie Lawrie was formerly DENT and now wife of William Henry Mundy of Coromandel Valley Application 28177

LAWRY, Ethel of Brinkworth 1914 Memorial 71/470

LAWRY, Joseph agent Moonta 1925 Memorial 32/494

LAWRY, R blacksmith Koolunga 1893 Memorial 203/416

LAWRY, Richard storekeeper formerly of Kapunda but now of Moonta 1872 Application 12029

LAWS, Alfred Cornelius farmer Hundred of Townsend Hundred of Mt Muirhead land grant 1884 Grant Book 31 Page 201 County Grey

LAWSON, Albert no description and Elizabeth Lawson his wife 1892 formerly Elizabeth GILBERTSON daughter of the late Thomas Gilbertson gentleman Waterloo, who died 2/12/1880 Memorial 89/415 & Application 27281

No 1 - probably the same person

LAWSON, Alexander farmer Langhorne Creek 1858 Memorial 80/144

LAWSON, Alexander gentleman Hundred of Bremer 1860 Memorial 147/165

LAWSON, Alexander formerly gentleman Hundred of Bremer 1858 but now farmer Angas Plains 1864 Application 4877

LAWSON, Alexander farmer Langhorne Creek Co Hindmarsh Hundred of Seymour land grant 1868 Grant Book 54 Page 113 County Russell

LAWSON, Alexander farmer Langhorne Creek Co Hindmarsh. Hundred of Brinkley land grant 1868 Grant Book 58 Page 347 County Sturt

LAWSON, Alexander farmer East Wellington Hundred of Seymour land grant 1869 Grant Book 54 Page 115 County Russell

No 2

LAWSON, Alexander farmer Wandearah. Trustee Wesleyan Methodist Chapel Hundred of Wandearah. Hundred of Wandearah land grant 1882 Grant Book 60 Page 325 County Victoria

No 3

LAWSON, Alexander Presbyterian minister Mt Barker 1894 Application 22734

LAWSON, Alexander Kelty linked with Section 118 Hundred of Wandearah Co Victoria 1888 Memorial 207/389

No 1

LAWSON, Alexander Webster licensed victualler Traveller's Rest, Clare, leased the hotel for 12 years at £5 a week from Andrew YOUNG storekeeper Clare. AW Lawson had to make improvements to the building worth £200 and the two men had to insure the premises jointly for £1,000 1875 Memorial 66/282

LAWSON, Alexander Webster licensed victualler Clare 1879 Memorial 6/319

LAWSON, Alexander Webster publican Stanley Hotel, Clare. John HILL & Co Ltd coach proprietors had the use of nearby land 1885 Application 20795

LAWSON, Allan Bell stockholder Tailem Bend, and Lucy Lawson his wife 1902 Memorial 119/446

LAWSON, Andrew probably farmer Langhorne Creek Hundred of Bremer 1865 Memorial 200/238

LAWSON, Audrey widow 225 Robin Rd, Semaphore, aged 74 in 1962 Application 29484

No 1

LAWSON, Benjamin farmer Glanville nr Pt Adelaide Hundred of Para Wurlie land grant 1877 Grant Book 19 Page 6 County Fergusson

LAWSON, Benjamin farmer Para Wurlie 1887 Memorial 213/388

No 1

LAWSON, Charles carpenter Bowden 1871 Memorial 171/252

LAWSON, Charles labourer Bowden 1872 Memorial 241/260

LAWSON, Charles labourer Bowden and Rose Lawson his wife 1872 Memorial 68/262

LAWSON, E storekeeper George St, Thebarton 1900 Application 24084

LAWSON, EA of Thebarton 1893 Application 22545

No 1

LAWSON, Edward baker North Adelaide 1850[-1854] Memorial 362/24

Storekeeper North Adelaide 1853 Memorial 351/57

Hundred of Munno Para land grant 1853 Memorial 193/53

Loyal Albert Oddfellow Lodge trustee 1854 Memorial 112/74

LAWSON, Edward grocer North Adelaide 1856 Memorial 233/109

LAWSON, Edward farmer Roseworthy Co Gawler. Hundred of Blyth land grant 1865 Grant Book 56 Page 367 County Stanley

LAWSON, Edward farmer formerly of North Adelaide but now of Roseworthy 1877 Memorial 142/302

LAWSON, Edward formerly broker North Adelaide but now farmer Templers 1886 Application 21128

LAWSON, Ernest Methodist Minister formerly of Mt Torrens now of Solomontown 1945 Application 28410

LAWSON, Frederick Thomas fruiterer Adelaide (Rundle St) 1881 Memorial 15/334

No 1

LAWSON, George surgeon Pt Lincoln 1848 Memorial 404/10

LAWSON, George surgeon Ravelstone near Pt Lincoln and Helen Maria Lawson his wife 1861 Memorial 22/186

LAWSON, Maria Helen widow Ravelstone near Pt Lincoln. Hundred of Lincoln land grant 1872 Grant Book 21 Page 65 County Flinders

LAWSON, Helen (also known as Maria Helen Lawson) widow Walkerville relict of the late George Lawson now deceased. RG Lawson gentleman Walkerville also belonged to this family 1890 Memorial 42/404

No 1

LAWSON, George Alexander bank clerk Pt Lincoln 1878 Memorial 134/305

LAWSON, George Alexander bank clerk Adelaide 1881 Memorial 202/332, Application 18521

LAWSON, George Alexander bank clerk Adelaide Co Adelaide. Bruce (Hundred of Willochra) township allotment land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 795 County Frome

LAWSON, George Alexander bank clerk formerly of Adelaide but then of Pt Lincoln 1881 Application 18635

No 1

LAWSON, George Courtenay licensed victualler York township Port Road 1867[-1868] Memorial 115/224

LAWSON, George Courtenay formerly licensed victualler but now out of business Clare 1875 Memorial 147/285

LAWSON, Henry marble mason Magill 1905 Application 25029

LAWSON, Isabella of the Portland Estate near Pt Adelaide, died during the late 1860s. She left her entire estate to her son, Henry Lawson, no description absolutely 1869 Memorial 244/237

LAWSON, J labourer College Place, Pt Adelaide 1904 Application 24857

No 1

LAWSON, James farmer Munno Para 1853 Memorial 288/64

LAWSON, James labourer Munno Para 1854 Memorial 357/65

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

LAWSON, James care of B WORRALL of Willaston 1876 Application 15323

No 3

LAWSON, James farmer Le Fevre Peninsula 1855 Memorial 209/87 Farmer [formerly of Le Fevre Peninsula but now of] Yorke Peninsula [Surveyor's Point] 1855 Memorial 294/87

LAWSON, James farmer and mariner Yorke Peninsula 1857 Memorial 19/120

No 1

LAWSON, James George gentleman Adelaide 1853[-1854] Memorial 333/58

LAWSON, James George gentleman Adelaide, about to leave the province for a time, power of attorney to Henry GILBERT gentleman Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs during his absence 29/9/1854 Deposit 207/OA

LAWSON, James Hilton carpenter North Adelaide 1856 Memorial 352/97

LAWSON, James Lacey farmer Hundred of Bendleby 1890 Memorial 248/401

No 1

LAWSON, John bookkeeper Truro 1869 Memorial 53/238

No 2

LAWSON, John engineer Cottonville. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1915 Grant Book 2 Page 34 County Adelaide

No 3

LAWSON, John farmer Alford trustee church prob at Alford 1888 Grant Book 14 Page 214 County Daly

LAWSON, John Alexander merchant Adelaide 1880 Memorial 84/323

No 1

LAWSON, John Scott farmer Langhorne Creek 1867 Memorial 92/226

LAWSON, John Scott storekeeper Grünthal 1876[-1877] Memorial 139/291

LAWSON, John Scott farmer Roseworthy 1886 Memorial 50/379

LAWSON, Joseph farmer Sheaoak Log 1863 Memorial 35/191

No 1 - perhaps the same person

LAWSON, Maria Helen widow Pt Lincoln 1867 Memorial 32/220

LAWSON, Maria Helen widow Walkerville 1897 Application 23312

LAWSON, Mary Jane married woman Thebarton 1908 Application 25550

LAWSON, Nelson Gustav farmer Stockport and Maria Lawson his wife formerly Maria FORD spinster Stockport 1871 Memorial 127/252

No 1

LAWSON, Paul farmer Appila 1880 Memorial 100/327

LAWSON, Paul farmer Western Plains near Pt Augusta Hundred of Appila land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 508 County Frome

LAWSON, Paul farmer Wirrabara Hundred of Appila land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 508 County Frome

LAWSON, Peter stockholder Mosquito Plains 1868 Memorial 133/232

No 1

LAWSON, Richard Thomas farmer Le Fevre Peninsula 1855 Memorial 210/87

LAWSON, Richard Thomas farmer [formerly of Le Fevre Peninsula but now of] Yorke Peninsula 1857 Memorial 18/120

No 1

LAWSON, Robert gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now of the Tatiara District 1848 Memorial 495/10

LAWSON, Robert farmer Mosquito Plains 1856 Memorial 165/101

LAWSON, Robert stockholder Broom Station 1858 Memorial 208/142

LAWSON, Robert sheep farmer Padthaway and Eliza Lawson his wife 1873 Memorial 68/288

LAWSON, Robert sheep farmer Padthaway, died 5/2/1875. Husband of Eliza Lawson Memorial 225/308

LAWSON, Susannah widow Pt Adelaide 1850. By 1854, Mrs Lawson had married James BUCHANAN yeoman Le Fevre Peninsula Memorials 116/25 & 20/65

LAWSON, Thomas labourer Pt Adelaide 1841 Memorial 222/25

No 1

LAWSON, Thomas Fletcher carpenter Norwood 1872 Memorial 67/263

LAWSON, Thomas Fletcher carpenter North Adelaide 1855 Memorial 80/92

LAWSON, Thomas Fletcher carpenter Norwood 1859 Memorial 274/152

LAWSON, Thomas Lacey mining captain Smith Creek, Gawler Plains 1852 Memorial 93/45 Mining Captain Gawler 1853. In partnership with Eli HOLMES in buying land in the Hundred of Para Wirra Enrolment 41/20 Mining agent Gawler Plains 1852 Memorial 219/42 Mining agent Gawler 1853 Memorial 171/51 Mining captain formerly of Gawler now of Hay Valley Hundred of Barossa 1854 Memorial 439/66

LAWSON, William labourer near Sedan 1896 Grant Book 17 Page 32 County Eyre

No 1

LAWSON, William Ramage journalist Adelaide 1870 Memorial 197/247

LAWSON, William Ramage formerly of Adelaide, but now on a voyage to Europe, power of attorney to John Harvey FINLAYSON journalist and George Witherage COTTON land agent both of Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 17/10/1870 Deposit 179/1870

LAWSON, William Ramage journalist formerly of Adelaide 1871 Memorial 196/255

LAWSON, Wlliam Ramage journalist Adelaide 1870, left well before 1901 for parts beyond the sea Application 24263

No 1

LAWTON, Ann widow Bowden 1883 Memorial 5/354

LAWTON, Ann widow Bowden, died 11/8/1888. Linked with Edward James Lawton draper Norwood 1889 Application 21682

No 1

LAWTON, Charles Edward wheelwright Pt Adelaide. Husband of Marion Elizabeth Lawton 1892 Application 22219

LAWTON, Charles Edward wheelwright Portland Estate 1893 Application 22566

No 1

LAWTON, Edward James draper formerly of North Adelaide but now of Norwood son of the late Ann Lawton formerly widow Bowden now deceased 1889 Memorial 14/398

LAWTON, Edward James draper North Adelaide 1903 Brompton Methodist Church trustee Application 28475

No 1

LAWTON, Howard Alan grazier Myponga and Marjorie May Lawton his wife 1939 Memorial 30/514

LAWTON, Howard Alan grazier Myponga 1945 Memorial 125/519

LAWTON, Howard Alan grazier Myponga and Marjorie May Lawton his wife linked with John Moore Lawton grazier Myponga 1948 Memorial 40/523

No 1 - probably the same person

LAWTON, James Alfred blacksmith Adelaide 1875 Application 14286

LAWTON, James Alfred carrier North Adelaide 1877 Memorial 159/299

LAWTON, James Alfred coach builder Adelaide 1885 Memorial 13/367

LAWTON, John Vincent tailor Adelaide (18 Adelaide Arcade Rundle St) 1906 Memorial 99/455

LAWTON, LD police constable Adelaide (27 Cairns St) 1919 Memorial 41/480

LAWTON, Sarah Jane widow Walkerville 1883 Application 19735

No 1

LAWTON, Thomas labourer North Adelaide 1853 Memorial 92/53

LAWTON, Thomas storeman North Adelaide 1862 Application 3199

LAWTON, Thomas storeman North Adelaide 1866 Memorial 238/214

No 1

LAWTON, Thomas William yeoman Adelaide 1851 Memorial 477/32

No 2

LAWTON, Thomas William builder Bowden 1852 Memorial 104/43

No 3 - likely to be the same person; perhaps linked 1 & 2

LAWTON, Thomas William teacher Bowden 1859[-1877] Memorial 63/162, Application 22603

LAWTON, Thomas William of Bowden 1873 Memorial 43/268

LAWTON, Thomas William preceptor Brompton Co Adelaide. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1873 Grant Book 14 Page 79 County Daly

LAWTON, Thomas William preceptor Bowden 1874 Application 13882

LAWTON, Thomas William [probably of Bowden] secretary to the Franklin Loan Land and Building Society 1874 Memorial 239/275

LAWTON, Thomas William [formerly schoolmaster but now] brickmaker Bowden 1877 Memorial 116/300

LAWTON, Thomas William secretary to the Third Economic Loan, Land and Building Society 1879 Memorial 245/316

LAWTON, Thomas William of Bowden linked with William Thomas Lawton grocer Walkerville 1880 Memorial 82/327

LAWTON, Thomas William Secretary to the SA Building Society Bowden 651881 Application 18448

LAWTON, Thomas William gentleman Bowden, died 7/9/1882, of jaundice, aged 69 Application 20193

LAWTON, Thomas William school teacher Bowden died 7/9/1882. His widow, Ann Lawton, died 11/8/1888. Their son, Edward James Lawton draper formerly of Norwood but then of North Adelaide 1910, inherited their estate to sell and then divide equally absolutely amongst their whole family. A daughter, Eliza Ann HAMENCE, mentioned by name Application 25861

No 1

LAWTON, William Thomas grocer Pt Adelaide 1862 Memorial 123/185

LAWTON, William Thomas Loyal Victoria Oddfellows Lodge trustee Pt Adelaide 1865 Application 6190

LAWTON, William Thomas grocer Walkerville married 2/9/1863 Sarah Jane nee ? WT Lawson died 27/7/1881. He left his widow and 8 children a £100 estate. Sarah Jane Lawton remarried to John Stanley PHILLIPS grocer Pt Adelaide; by 1912 commercial traveller Semaphore. Probably, after his marriage, he came to live at Walkerville, because the family left there to live at Semaphore in 1900, where JS Phillips was a commercial traveller until at least 1912. In 1913, Amy Constance HANNAM wife of Tertius James Hannam station manager Mt Torrens and Percy Harold Frank Lawton bookkeeper Semaphore railway station were the only childen of WT Lawton still alive Application 26065

LAWTON, William Thomas grocer Walkerville trustee Pt Adelaide Wesleyan Church 1862, died 27/7/1881, of phthisis, aged 41. His brother, EJ Lawton trustee Pt Adelaide Wesleyan Church 1862, lived in Barnard St, North Adelaide in 1881 Application 20393

LAWTON, William Thomas storekeeper Walkerville m 2/9/1863 Sarah Jane nee ??. 8 children of the marriage - William James Lawton 23/6/1864-20/4/1895 unmarried and intestate; Edith Ann Lawton 8/4/1866-23/9/1883 unmarried; Alfred Ernest Lawton 2/3/1868-10/1/1903, leaving two children Roy Cameron Lawton born 24/9/1890 and Ernest herbert Stuart Lawton born 1/5/1900; Edmond Arthur Lawton 6/2/1870-17/3/1895 unmarried and intestate; Herbert Hubert Thomas Lawton 10/3/1872-16/4/1902 unmarried and intestate; Percy Harold Frank Lawton born 6/4/1874 now living at Mumpeonice in SA; Amy Constance Lawton born 10/3/1876 m 20/11/1901 Tertius James HANNAM overseer Mt Torrens; Ella Maud Mary Lawson 16/5/1880-16/5/1900 unmarried. WT Lawson died 27/7/1881, leaving an estate of £100 to his widow absolutely, free from the control of any future husband. Mrs WT Lawson remarried 19/7/1884, to John Stanley Phillips temperance organiser, presently of Coppin St, Semaphore. Application 26615

LAXTON, Joseph labourer Pt Broughton. Hundred of Mundoora land grant 1911 Grant Book 14 Page 276 County Daly

No 1

LAY, Edward of Burnside and Mary Lay his wife 1896 Memorial 246/428

LAY, Mary wife of Edward Lay Southcote, Pt Elliot, died 11/12/1931. She left her estate to her husband - Rosebank and the Northern Territory land for him to do as he wished; however, Southcote and its furniture to him for life, then to her nephew Dr Donald KERR solicitor Eagle Chambers, King William St, Adelaide, for life, then to his sons in perpetuity 'I am sure that my old home Southcote will increase in value and I do not want strangers to reap the advantage - but my own people'. Estate worth £1,604. Mary Lay was a sister to the Adelaide solicitors Thomas and William POPE Application 27928

No 1

LAYCOCK, Fred bank manager Pinnaroo linked with Harry Laycock clerk Glenelg, Julius Laycock monumental mason Glenelg, Peter Laycock, monumental mason Glenelg and William Laycock civil servant Edwardstown 1912 Memorial 14/466

LAYCOCK, F bank manager Pt Adelaide 1921 Memorial 197/482

LAYCOCK, F bank manager Strathalbyn 1925 Memorial 63/494

LAYCOCK, Frederick bank manager Pinaroo linked with Harry Laycock clerk Glenelg, Peter Laycock monumental mason Glenelg and William Laycock retired civil servant formerly of Edwardstown but now of King's Park 1932 Memorial 149/505

LAYCOCK, Frederick formerly bank manager Pinnaroo but now retired bank manager Glenelg linked with Henry Laycock bank manager formerly of Westbourne Park but now of Clare, William Laycock (formerly the Younger) formerly bank clerk Hobart but now bank manager Burnie and Effie Josephine Laycock widow Davenport Tce, Wayville 1947 Memorial 145/521

LAYCOCK, Frederick John medical practitioner Henley Beach Road, Torrensville 1953 Memorial 81/528

No 1

LAYCOCK, Harry accountant Glenelg Co Adelaide. Parilla (Hundred of Parilla) township allotment land grant 1911 Grant Book 12 Page 115 County Chandos

LAYCOCK, Harry accountant Glenelg 1938 Application 28132

LAYCOCK, Julius of Augusta St, Glenelg, formerly monumental mason but then private 10th (late 27th) Battalion 1st Australian Division AIF, killed in action France on 23/7/1916, aged 38. Single. Born Glenelg. Brother of W Laycock South Road, Edwardstown Memorial 108/475

No 1

LAYCOCK, Thomas mason Gawler 1853 Memorial 149/82

LAYCOCK, Thomas bricklayer Gawler 1856 Memorial 333/103

LAYCOCK, Thomas builder Gawler 1858 Memorial 180/138

LAYCOCK, Thomas mason Adelaide 1866 Memorial 22/215

No 1

LAYCOCK, William contractor Adelaide (Waymouth St) 1865 Memorial 284/202

LAYCOCK, William stonecutter Adelaide 1868 Memorial 119/229

LAYCOCK, William stone cutter Adelaide 1870 Application 10777

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

LAYCOCK, William the Elder marble mason Adelaide 1883 Memorial 166/350

No 3

LAYCOCK, William the Elder formerly assistant under treasurer but then out of business King's Park, died 2/8/1937. Husband of Eliza Margaret Laycock. Father of Lilian Laycock and Maude Laycock spinsters. Executors; Henry Laycock bank clerk formerly of King's Park but now of Westbourne Park and William Laycock the Younger bank clerk formerly of Lower Mitcham but now of Hobart Tas Memorial 140/511

LAYTON, Thomas builder New Melrose Hundred of Wongyarra Co Frome 1865 Memorial 22/234

LAZAR, John gentleman Adelaide 1857[-1863] Memorial 117/128

LAZAR, John Temple merchant Thebarton, Samuel Lazar gentleman Adelaide and Jochim Matthias WENDT jeweller Adelaide carrying on business in co-partnership under the firm or style of the Theatre Royal Company 1867 Memorial 195/226

LAZAR, Peter gardener Grove Hill 1861 Memorial 61/175

LAZAR, Samuel gentleman Adelaide 1866 Memorial 120/213

No 1

LAZAR, William gardener Grove Hill near Adelaide 1858[-1861] Memorial 81/134

LAZAR, William gardener Third Creek 1861 Application 2261

LAZARUS, Joseph storekeeper Adelaide (Hindley St) 1842. Likely that he left SA towards the end of 1842 Memorials 438/1, 111/95

LAZARUS, Reuben tobacconist Adelaide 1888[-1891] Memorial 69/395

No 1

LEA, Abraham George salesman Adelaide 1876 Memorial 32/295

LEA, Abraham George clerk Thebarton 1878 Grant Book 18 Page 11 County Eyre

LEA, Abraham George storekeeper Bridgewater 1881 Application 18580

LEA, Amy Mary spinster North Tce, Adelaide, died 14/12/1922. Sister to John Wheeley Lea stockholder The Hermitage near Robe S-E Memorial 13/492

LEA, Charles Wheeley, Frances Sarah PERRINS, and Charles William Dyson PERRINS merchants and manufacturers of Worcestershire Sauce Worcester, Co Worcester, Englands, carrying on business under the style of Lea and Perrins, power of attorney to Arthur Lucas HARROLD merchant Harrold Bros, and all the other members of the firm, to find and prosecute ‘persons in the colony of SA and elsewhere [who] have wrongfully and fraudulently without our licence or consent manufactured … sold and offered for sale … quantities of sauce in imitation of and as … sold by us … in bottles and packages … as used by us’ 11/4/1888 Deposit 52/1888

No 1

LEA, Edward of The Hermitage and Guichen Bay linked with John Wheeley Lea chemist Worcester, Co Worcester, England 1867 Memorial 240/225

LEA, Edward gentleman The Hermitage Estate Robe, died c1869. He left his entire estate to his wife, Helen Tracey Lea, with the real estate in trust until the youngest child turned 21 and the property to be sold and the proceeds divided equally absolutely amongst them. Son John Wheeley Lea the only child mentioned by name Memorial 72/238

LEA, Edward gentleman The Hermitage Estate Robe, died 2/4/1869. Husband of Ellen Tracey Lea. Father of John Wheeley Lean and Amy Mary Lea. His entire family still lived at The Hermitage in 1899 Memorial 189/438

LEA, Ellen widow Lake Robe 1870 Application 11046

No 1

LEA, George carpenter and joiner Adelaide 1839 Memorial 25/316 Carpenter Thebarton 1879 Memorial 26/316

LEA, George carpenter and joiner Adelaide 1839. Carpenter Thebarton 1893. He could not write Application 22545

LEA, George James coachbuilder Hindmarsh 1948 Application 28632

No 1

LEA, Henry gentleman Lake Robe 1870 Application 11062

LEA, Henry gentleman near Robe 1871 Memorial 66/257

No 1 - the Elder

LEA, John Wheeley chemist Worcester, Co Worcester, England, power of attorney to Algernon Sidney CLARK and John Howard CLARK merchants Adelaide, to undertake the transfer of ownership of JW Lea’s property The Hermitage, Guichen Bay, to his son, Edward LEA, as a gift, together with £3,000 24/4/1867 Deposit 143/1867

No 1 - the Younger

LEA, John Wheely the Younger gentleman Robe and Amy Mary Lea spinster Robe Hundred of Waterhouse land grant 1870 Grant Book 50 Page 24 County Robe

LEA, John W stockholder Robe S-E 1921 Memorial 68/482

LEA, John Wheeley pastoralist formerly of Robe late of 20 North Esplanade, Glenelg, died 26/4/1947 Kingston S-E. Linked with Catherine Violet Sarah Lea widow Robe. Also linked with Amy Mary Lee spinster Adelaide, who died 14/12/1922. Further link with Ellen Tracey Lea widow Robe, who died 26/2/1916, mother of JW Lea and Amy Mary Lea Application 28630

LEA, Lucy Ann widow Robe 1887 Memorial 79/383 FIND

No 1 FIND

LEA, Margaret Minna formerly of The Hermitage Robe, but now of Pembroke St, College Park, about to depart SA for a time 1924 Application 22491

LEA, Margaret Minna formerly of The Hermitage Robe S-E but now of Pembroke St, College Park 1925 Memorial 174/492

LEABROOK, Leonard L MB CHB Adelaide 1900 Memorial 86/440

No 1

LEACH, Charles engineer Gawler 1882 Memorial 139/346

LEACH, Charles licensed victualler Gawler 1883 Memorial 98/349

LEACH, Emma Bunkin marrried woman Essex Rd, Surrey Hills Vic, died c1893. Children - Arthur Thomas Leach, John Frederick Leach, Mary Emma Leach and Edward Hale Leach. Mrs Leach had inherited estate from the will of the late Emma FLETCHER married woman Lygon St, Carlton Vic. Executors; Thomas Leach bank manager Essex Rd Surrey Hills and Arthur Thomas Leach articled clerk of the same place Memorial 39/420

No 1

LEACH, James labourer Brompton 1853 Memorial 274/46

LEACH, James labourer formerly of Brompton but now of Pyalong Vic 1879 Memorial 21/316

LEACH, Jane widow formerly of Salisbury but now of Exeter 1922, declared that she had arrived in SA from England in 1853 and went to live in Salisbury, where she married in 1864 Application 27094

LEADEN, Matthew farmer Allen Creek 1853[-1860] Memorial 220/57

No 1

LEADER, Charles Sydney clerk to Messrs WRIGHT Brothers agents Adelaide 1860[-1862] Memorial 272/169

LEADER, CS clerk to the WRIGHT Brothers agents Adelaide 1865 Application 6107

LEADER, Henry Francis telescope maker Adelaide 1850 Memorial 45/24

No 1

LEADER, Percy Francis formerly estate agent King William St Adelaide now private AIF 1916, declared that LYONS & LEADER estate agents Imperial Chambers, Adelaide, took over the business of WRIGHT BROS of the same address on 1/1/1879 Application 26534

LEADER, Percy Francis estate agent 22 King William St, Adelaide 1946, declared that Charles Sydney Leader was the sole proprietor of the firm of LYONS & LEADER between 1890 and his death on 13/5/1908. His widow, Annie Elizabeth Leader, passed the business in total to PF Leader, and also Sydney Haynes Leader estate agent 67 Portrush Rd, Toorak Gardens in 1908. The firm continued to trade as Lyons & Leader until 15/2/1937 and then as PF & SH Leader until SH Leader died on 12/8/1942. PF Leader carried on the business alone after that date Application 28435

No 1

LEADER, William cabinetmaker Adelaide 1849[-1851] Memorial 351/14

LEADER, William cabinetmaker Adelaide (Bent St) 1853 Memorial 365/48

No 2

LEADER, William solicitor Adelaide 1883 Memorial 53/355

LEADER, William solicitor Quorn 1885 Memorial 14/372

LEADER, William of Mt Barker 1886 Memorial 136/379

LEADER, William formerly solicitor Mt Barker but now police magistrate Maryborough Vic 1905 Memorial 78/454

LEAF, William Esquire Park Hill, Streatham, Surrey, England, and Old Change, London, Middlesex, England, died 3/7/1874. Executor: Charles John LEAF Esquire Pain’s Hill, Cobham, Surrey, power of attorney to John Walter TYAS Esquire Furley House, Parkside, Adelaide, to settle debts on the estate, and sell the various properties which the deceased owned 9/6/1885. W Leaf had 1st invested in SA in the mid-1850s, with the Light Special Survey, appointing Rupert INGLEBY solicitor Adelaide, and Henry SCOTT his attorneys at various times Deposits 69 & 70/1887

LEAHY, Aloysius farmer Caltowie 1896[-1899] Memorial 188/429

LEAHY, Cornelius farmer Hundred of Belvidere Co Light, died c1859. He left estate to his wife, Kate Leahy, his eldest son, Denis Leahy, his second son, Thomas Leahy, and his youngest son, John Leahy. Executors - Kate Leahy and the Rev'd William OLDHAM of Kapunda Memorial 14/159

LEAHY, Denis farmer Parrakie. Hundred of Price land grant 1914 Grant Book 6 Page 83 County Buccleuch

No 1 – Denis Warren Leahy FIND LEAHY 1871

LEAHY, Denis farmer Wortunga linked with John and Thomas Leahy farmers Tarcowie 1875 Memorial 103/284

LEAHY, Denis farmer formerly of Kapunda 1871 but now of Tarcowie 1876 Application 15771

LEAHY, Denis farmer Wortunga Hundred of Yangya land grant 1877 Grant Book 60 Page 92 County Victoria FIND WORTUNGA

LEAHY, Denis farmer Wortunga linked with John and Thomas Leahy farmers Tarcowie 1876 Memorial 147/295

LEAHY, Denis Warren farmer Caltowie 1880 Memorial 95/328

LEAHY, Dennis Warren farmer Caltowie Co Victoria. Hundred of Willowie land grant 1885 Grant Book 24 Page 746 County Frome

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

LEAHY, John farmer formerly of Kapunda 1871 but now of Tarcowie 1876 Application 15770.

LEAHY, John and Thomas farmers Tarcowie. Hundred of Yangya land grant 1877 Grant Book 60 Page 92 County Victoria

LEAHY, John and Thomas farmers Tarcowie linked with Denis Leahy farmer Wortunga 1879 Grant Book 13 Page 43 County Dalhousie

LEAHY, John farmer Caltowie 1887 Application 21141

No 1

LEAHY, John Aloysius the Younger (and Elizabeth Ann Leahy his wife) and Leo Rupert Leahy farmers Caltowie 1903 Memorials 219 & 242/448

LEAHY, John Aloysius hotelkeeper Railway Hotel Pt Adelaide 1924 Memorial 6/490

LEAHY, John Joseph of Adelaide 1888 Memorial 136/391

No 1

LEAHY, Margaret Jane married woman Mile End 1918 Memorial 159/477

LEAHY, Margaret Jane married woman formerly of Mile End but now of Hindley St, Adelaide 1924 Memorial 114/490

LEAHY, Michael plasterer Adelaide (Gilbert St) 1847 Memorial 186/8

LEAHY, Michael Francis farmer Hornsdale Hundred of Price land grant 1911 Grant Book 6 Page 83 County Buccleuch FIND

No 1

LEAHY, Thomas farmer formerly of Kapunda 1871 but now of Tarcowie 1876 Application 15768

LEAHY, Thomas farmer Telowie 1891 Memorial 136/408

LEAHY, Thomas gentleman formerly of Telowie but now of North Adelaide 1897 Memorial 112/432

LEAHY, Thomas the Elder retired farmer North Adelaide. Linked with Thomas Michael Francis Leahy the Younger farmer Tarcowie, John Aloysius Leahy farmer Caltowie, and Margaret Leahy widow Tarcowie. Also MF Leahy farmer Tarcowie 1892 Memorial 211/413

LEAHY, Thomas gentleman North Adelaide 1894[-1898] Memorial 151/421

No 1

LEAK, Daniel farmer Rapid Bay 1886 Memorial 6/385

No 2

LEAK, Daniel engineer Hyde Park. Hundred of Kuitpo land grant 1896 Grant Book 2 Page 95 County Adelaide

LEAK, Daniel machinist Hyde Park 1904 Memorial 80/451

No 1

LEAK, Frederick labourer Yankalilla 1861 Memorial 322/178

LEAK, Frederick blacksmith Finniss Vale Rapid Bay 1867 Memorial 211/221

No 2

LEAK, Frederick Wesleyan City Missionary Goodwood 1892 Memorial 109/413

LEAK, Frederick Wesleyan city missionary Albert St, Goodwood 1909, declared that he was a nephew of William Leak the Elder tailor formerly Goodwood late Yankalilla and married his daughter Elizabeth Leake. William Leak the Elder took his family to live on pt Section 1168 Hundred of Yankalilla, in 1855. He died 4/9/1858, leaving his real estate to his widow, Martha Leak, for life. After she died 3/6/1891 Albert St, Goodwood, of morbis cordis and one day vericardial effusion, aged 80, the children inherited the land in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant. Children - William Leak the Younger supposed to have died South Africa, in c1885 but no satisfactory proof of death; Charles Leak late farmer Pt Pirie deceased; Daniel Leak farmer Rapid Bay; Martha CHRISTMAS wife of John James Christmas baker formerly of Broken Hill NSW but now of Cottesloe Beach WA; Emma ILLMAN widow Clarence Park formerly wife of of John Illman blacksmith Thebarton; and Elizabeth Leak wife of Frederick Leak Application 25619

LEAK, Henry labourer Adelaide and Ellen Leak his wife 1847 Memorial 457/9

No 1

LEAK, John A clerk Yankalilla 1861 Memorial 255/172

LEAKE, John Askew storekeeper Yankalilla 1860[-1861] Memorial 298/170

LEAK, John Askew storekeeper Bald Hills near Yankalilla 1863 Memorial 311/188

LEAK, John Askew storekeeper Normanville, became a bankrupt in 1872 Memorial 35/259

LEAK, John Askew storekeeper Gladstone. Trustee Wesleyan Methodist allotment Booyoolie township Booyoolie (later part of Gladstone Hundred of Booyoolie) township allotment land grant 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 315 County Victoria

LEAK, John Askew storekeeper Gladstone. Trustee Institute Booyoolie Booyoolie (later part of Gladstone Hundred of Booyoolie) township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 318 County Victoria

LEAK, John Askew railway clerk Parkside [formerly of Yankalilla] 1890 Memorial 70/404

No 1

LEAK, Matthew yeoman Balhannah 1856 Memorial 214/110

LEAK, Matthew farmer Oakbank 1860 Application 1698

No 1

LEAK, Nelson mason Adelaide 1850 Memorial 152/24

LEAK, Nelson mason Adelaide 1851 Memorial 258/33

LEAK, Nelson mason North Adelaide 1851 Memorial 301/34

LEAK, Nelson farmer Normanville 1856 Memorial 73/113

LEAK, Nelson farmer Yankalilla 1861 Memorial 322/178

LEAK, Nelson died [probably of Nailsworth, with real estate at Yankalilla]. His surviving family included - John Ashen Leak, Henry Leak (storekeeper Rapid Bay), Frederick Leak (blacksmith Rapid Bay) and Adah Elizabeth WILSON nee Leak wife of John Wilson 1872 Application 12204

LEAK, Nelson farmer Yankalilla died. Executors John STOCKWELL and John CHRISTMAS farmers Yankalilla. All the surviving children of Nelson Leak had turned 21 by 1872. Family included John Askew Leak farmer Yankalilla, Frederick Leak (blacksmith Rapid Bay), Henry Leak (blacksmith Rapid Bay), and Adah Elizabeth nee Leak wife of John Smith WILSON. Application 12204.

No 1

LEAK, William tailor Goodwood 1855 Hundred of Yankalilla land purchase Memorial 208/83

LEAK, William the Elder farmer Yankalilla, died 4/9/1858. His widow, Martha Leak, died 3/6/1891?? Goodwood. By 1892, the family was disposed thus: Charles Leak of Pt Germein, Daniel Leak of Glenburn Rapid Bay, Martha CHRISTMAS wife of John James Christmas baker Argent St, Broken Hill NSW, Emma ILLMAN wife of John Illman blacksmith Thebarton, Elizabeth Leak wife of Frederick Leak Wesleyan City Missionary Goodwood. William Leak the Younger believed to be dead Memorial 101/412

LEAK, William farmer Yankalilla, ‘being weak in body but of sound mind’. Estate to his wife, Martha Leak, in trust for life, then equally absolutely in remainder expectant to his living children. However, son Daniel Leak to get two acres adjoining the road to the farm house. William Leak’s brother, Nelson Leak, and a friend, John STOCKWELL, to be executors 27/8/1858 Deposit 11/1892

No 2

LEAK, William lime burner Brighton 1887 Application 21216

LEAK, William Pascoe Daniel labourer Yankalilla 1861 Memorial 322/178

LEAKE, Archibald Henry clerk Narracoorte 1888 Memorial 36/394

LEAKE, Charles Henry Esquire sheep farmer Rosedale near Campbell Town Tas, died 6/1/1865. He was already a widower. His station left to three sons, William Bell Leake, Arthur Leake, and Charles Henry Leake, as tenants-in-common, who also inherited a farm called Ashby near Ross. His daughter, Sarah Elizabeth Leake, to inherit £5,000. His son John Travis Leake to get £2,000, plus another £500 to pay for his training to become a doctor. His two sons, Edward John Leake and Robert Rowland Leake to get £1,000 each. CH Leake’s father-in-law, William BELL Esquire late of the Lordship of Myton, Kingston-upon-Hull, left land in a street called Land of Green Ginger, to educate his grandson to be a doctor, John Travis Leake, with the residue to benefit his daughter, Elizabeth Leake nee Bell in trust for life, then the land to be sold, and the profit shared equally absolutely in remainder expectant amongst all the children of Elizabeth and Charles Leake, apart from JT Leake. The properties were sold in March 1857, with the consent of the children, for £1,500 and the money invested in 15 Government of Tasmania debentures. CH Leake got the interest for life.

Application 22118

No 1

LEAKE, Edward John farmer Co Grey 1847 Memorial 434/9

LEAKE, Edward John stockholder and sheep farmer formerly of Glencoe but at present residing in Adelaide 1854 Memorial 446/74

LEAKE, Edward John stockholder Mt Gambier Hundred of Hindmarsh land grant 1862 Grant Book 30 Page 202 County Grey

LEAKE, Edward John stockholder Frontier House Mt Gambier Hundred of Hindmarsh land grant 1863[-1864] Grant Book 30 Page 203 County Grey

LEAKE, Edward John Esquire Frontier House Glencoe, died 27/4/1867. Estate worth £19,000. Executors to see that his wife, Letitia Amanda Leake, had an income of £300 for life from the income of Glencoe Station. The station to go to his daughter, Letitia Sarah Leake absolutely, once she turned 21, subject to the annuity for her mother, but if the daughter died before she was 21, the station to go to EJ Leake’s two brothers, Charles Henry Leake sheep farmer Rosedale near Campbell Town Tas, and Arthur Leake sheep farmer Glencoe Station [By 1881, Letitia Sarah Leake was living at Ashby, near Ross, Tas, a property belonging to her Tasmanian cousins] Application 22118

LEAKE, Edward John sheep farmer Glencoe, died 27/4/1867, of organic disease of the heart, aged 55 Deposit 211/1881

LEAKE, Henry postmaster Glenburn 1873 Memorial 45/267

LEAKE, Letitia Sarah spinster Ashby Tas 1887 Memorial 223/402

No 1

LEAKE, Robert Rowland Esquire Mt Gambier 1847 Memorial 355/9

LEAKE, Robert Rowland stockholder Fort Leake near Lake Leake Co Grey 1852 Memorial 395/45 Stockholder near Mt Gambier 1854 Memorial 458/72

LEAKE, Robert Rowland Esquire Adelaide 1854 Memorial 472/73

LEAKE, Robert Rowland stockholder and sheep farmer Glencoe 1854 Memorial 446/74

LEAKE, Robert Rowland Esquire Lake Leake 1856 Memorial 342/102

LEAKE, Robert Rowland Esquire Glencoe Co Grey 1857 Memorial 87/118

LEAKE, Robert Rowland sheep farmer Glencoe, died 14/9/1860, of disease of the heart, aged 49 Deposit 210/1881

LEAKE, Robert Rowland sheep farmer Frontier House, Glencoe Station, died 14/9/1860. He left £500 a year to his wife, Ruth Leake, for life, or £300 if she remarried. Naomi HUKMER to get £200 a year for life, or £100 a year if she married. Henry Hukmer the Younger to get £1,000 when he turned 21. RR Leake’s brother, Edward John Leake, Esquire Nelson of the Mouth of the Glenelg River Vic, to get the residue of the estate absolutely, plus the incomes from the annuities in the event of death of any of the beneficiaries. Executors to be the testator's brother, Charles Henry Leake Rosedale Campbell Town Tas, also Thomas MUST of Portland Vic, and Samuel TOMKINSON of Adelaide ‘may God bless them for it’. All executors to get £500 for their trouble. Edward Leake to make sure that RR Leake gets a tombstone over his grave. Application 22118

No 1

LEAKER, George of Willunga 1853 Memorial 389/57

LEAKER, George of Willunga a member of the Southern Land Building and Investment Society 1859[-1868] Memorial 176/159

LEAKER, George stonemason Willunga 1869 Application 10193

No 2

LEAKER, George blacksmith Sellicks Hill 1900 Memorial 150/441

LEAKER, Harry traveller Collinswood linked with Martha Jane Leaker widow Willunga 1943 Memorial 22/517

No 1

LEAKER, Joseph farmer Willunga and Martha Jane Leaker his wife 1899 Memorial 206/437

LEAKER, Joseph farmer Willunga and Martha Jane Leaker his wife 1918 Application 26644

LEAKER, Joseph farmer Willunga 1927 Application 27632

LEAKER, Joseph out of business Willunga 1927 Memorial 62/498

LEAKER, William farmer Willunga 1917 Memorial 92/475

LEAKEY, James Esquire Exeter, Devon, England, power of attorney to William Wyatt Esquire Adelaide, to manage Sections 1072, 1073, 394, 395 Survey C, near Adelaide 28/5/1846 Enrolment 27/4

No 1 - probably the same person

LEAMON, George labourer Highercombe 1849 Memorial 402/18

LEAMON, George of Bowden 1851[-1853] Memorial 402/18

LEARMONTH, William farmer near Moonta 1886 Grant Book 14 Page 422 County Daly

LEAN, Albert butcher Thebarton 1892 Application 22391

No 1

LEAN, Alice widow Adelaide 1854 Memorial 186/70

LEAN, Alice widow Aldinga 1859 Memorial 169/153

LEAN, Alice widow formerly of Adelaide 1854 but now storekeeper Aldinga 1863 Application 4750

LEAN, Alice widow Adelaide, relict of William Lean agent, late of Ulverstone, Lancs, England, power of attorney to James SCOTT Esquire Adelaide, to manage her SA business affairs 12/2/1866 Deposit 132/1870

LEAN, Edwin Henry butcher Adelaide 1873 Memorial 24/271

LEAN, Francis agent Adelaide 1899 Memorial 105/439

No 1

LEAN, James miner Paringa Mine 1853 Memorial 39/52

LEAN, James farmer Mt Barker 1858 Memorial 223/139

LEAN, James farmer formerly of Mt Barker 1858 but now of Mt Gambier 1871 Application 11392

No 1

LEAN, John miner Nairne 1853 Memorial 134/49

LEAN, John miner Moonta 1866 Memorial 228/217

LEAN, John formerly labourer Nairne 1852 but now miner Moonta 1891 Application 22182

LEAN, Joseph the Elder miner Callington, died c1855. He left his estate in equal shares to his children - Joseph Lean the Younger, John Lean, Francis Lean, Stephen Lean, Mary SNELL and Sarah Ann JACKSON, James Lean. Executors: Alfred SEXTON of Callington and Henry J Jackson of Nairne Memorial 134/96

LEAN, Lewis miner Wallaroo. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1870 Grant Book 14 Page 61 County Daly

LEAN, Samson miner Moonta 1866 Memorial 110/217

No 1

LEAN, Samuel Albert Frederick licensed victualler Adelaide (Talbot Inn Gouger St) 1901 Memorial 64/443

LEAN, Samuel Albert Frederick formerly butcher Thebarton but now tobacconist Grenfell St, Adelaide 1914. Son-in-law of George Percy BADMAN publican Wheatsheaf Hotel, George St, Thebarton 1885, who left the district in 1893 Application 26335

No 1

LEAN, Stephen yeoman Byethorne near Nairne 1854[-1856] Memorial 191/79

LEAN, Stephen [formerly yeoman near Nairne but now] licensed victualler Kanmantoo 1859 Memorial 198/158

LEAN, Stephen [probably formerly publican Kanmantoo but now] miner Moonta 1866 Memorial 124/213

No 1

LEAN, Thomas publican Callington Inn 1851 Memorial 378/38

LEAN, Thomas Lean publican Callington and Mary Ann Lean his wife, daughter of Francis ROGERS of Callington 1851 Memorial 480/39

LEAN, Thomas yeoman Callington on the Bremer 1856 Memorial 242/109

LEAN, Thomas licensed victualler Callington 1860 Application 1150

LEAN, Thomas Alfred butcher Adelaide (Waymouth St) 1923 Memorial 185/488

No 1

LEAN, William miner Adelaide (Weymouth St) 1846 Memorial 234/6

LEAN, William mining captain Adelaide 1852 Memorial 321/41

LEAN, William mining agent Adelaide. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1853 Grant Book 2 Page 21 County Adelaide

LEAN, William mining agent Adelaide 1856 Memorial 26/104

LEAN, William mining captain Adelaide 1867 Application 8059

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

LEAN, William gentleman Adelaide (Waymouth St), died 20/12/1909. Father of Herbert William Lean railway clerk and Thomas Alfred Lean butcher both of Adelaide (Waymouth St) 1910 Memorial 116/462

No 3

LEAN, William butcher Adelaide 1856 Memorial 204/110

LEAN, William butcher Adelaide 1863[-1875] Memorial 75/192

LEANE, Albert butcher Thebarton 1892 Application 22391

No 1

LEANE, Alfred farmer Bay Road 1855[-1857] Memorial 177/90

LEANE, Alfred gardener Philp Town 1865 Memorial 116/202

LEANE, Alfred of Adelaide 1891 Memorial 37/407

LEANE, Alfred formerly gardener Philp Town but now accountant Little Adelaide 1915 Memorial 106/473

LEANE, Edwin Thomas and Francis Leane agents Adelaide 1899 Memorial 105/439

LEANE, FTD tailor Narracoorte 1915 Application 26441

No 1

LEANE, Thomas farmer Gawler River 1857. Gawler River Primitive Methodist Chapel trustee Memorial 92/515

No 2

LEANE, Thomas storekeeper Mudla Wirra 1858 Memorial 51/159

No 3

LEANE, Thomas shoemaker Philp Town 1865 Memorial 116/202

LEANEY, Arthur Enebar retired civil servant Hindmarsh 1936 Memorial 82/510, Application 28048

LEANEY, Mabel May widow Kanmantoo, died 12/12/1947 Adelaide. Mother of William Allan Rex Leaney maintenance engineer Angaston Memorial 71/524

LEANEY, Thomas Richard brickmaker Hindmarsh 1858[-1860] Memorial 73/146

No 1 FIND

LEANEY, William storekeeper Adelaide 1879 Memorial 162/318

LEANEY, William storekeeper Hindmarsh 1885 Application 20655

LEANEY, William grocer and bootmaker Port Road, Hindmarsh 1908, declared that he was 73 and had lived continuously in Hindmarsh for 54 years Application 25531

LEANEY, William Allan Rex maintenance engineer Angaston 1949, declared that he was born on 24/1/1913, the son of Mabel May Leaney of Kanmantoo. She died December 1947. WAR Leaney left Kanmantoo in 1924 Application 28656

LEANNON, George of Bowden 1853 Memorial 112/58

LEANSON, Theodor formerly carrier Adelaide but now of Gothenburg in the Kingdom of Sweden 1852 Memorial 56/41

No 1

LEANY, William yeoman Brompton 1854 Memorial 431/71

LEANY, William labourer Brompton 1855[-1861] Member of the Hindmarsh District Building Society Memorial 206/88

LEAR, Alfred James Montgomery farmer Balaklava 1891 Memorial 16/409

No 1

LEAR, Henry labourer Adelaide, about to leave the province for a time, power of attorney to William JAMES gentleman Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 22/1/1842 Deposit 208/1857

LEAR, Henry labourer formerly of Arundrel, Sussex, England, then of Adelaide but now returned to Arundel 1843 Memorial 391/2

LEAR, Thomas Forster/Foster farmer Watchman Plains near Balaklava 1880[-1882 Memorial 236/322 FIND

No 1

LEARMOND, Archibald carpenter Queenstown 1859[-1860] Memorial 192/157

LEARMOND, Archibald cabinetmaker Alberton 1864 Memorial 329/195

LEARMONTH, Peter merchant Hamilton Vic Hundred of Grey land grant 1886 Grant Book 30 Page 336 County Grey

No 1

LEARMONTH, William farmer Mt Gambier Hundred of Gambier land grant 1860 Grant Book 30 Page 84 County Grey

LEARMONTH, William farmer Rapid Bay 1871 Application 11755

No 1

LEAROYD, E acountant Adelaide 1885[-1886] Memorial 33/371

LEAROYD, E butter factory manager Aldinga 1894 Memorial 227/422

LEARY, Edward hostler Auburn 1870 Memorial 115/246

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

LEARY, Patrick farmer Bowden 1854 Memorial 295/74

LEARY, Patrick stableman Templers North Road 1862 Memorial 194/181

LEARY, Patrick farmer Mudla Wirra linked with Edward Leary groom Gawler 1863 Memorial 229/187

LEARY, Patrick farmer formerly of Bowden but now of near Hamilton on the Light father of Patrick Leary the Younger farmer near Hamilton 1887[-1888] Memorial 225/382

LEARY, Patrick the Younger farmer near Hamilton on the Light 1888 Application 21338

LEARY, Patrick farrier Bowden 1888 Memorial 87/393

LEASK, James Insolvency Court Clerk Adelaide 1887 Application 21292

No 1

LEASON, James clerk to Mr EDMUNDS solicitor Pt Adelaide 1872 Memorial 34/260

No 2

LEASON, James farmer Reedbeds 1877 Memorial 125/302

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

LEATCH, Joseph gardener Stirling 1862 Memorial 76/182

LEATCH, Joseph the Elder 23 bachelor labourer married Angelina WRIGHT 20 spinster on 13/9/1853 Holy Trinity North Tce Adelaide. Minister: James FARRELL. Witnesses: Robert W HALL and Mary GODFREY. Daniel Leatch, born 17/4/1859 Stirling, to Joseph Leatch labourer and his wife, Angelina nee WRIGHT. He died 18/9/1878 at Hahndorf, a minor and unmarried, and buried at Stirling East. Another son, Joseph Leatch the Younger, born 9/1/1863, at Stirling East, Crafers, after his father had died intestate and inherited his estate as heir at law. Joseph Leatch labourer Stirling East Crafers, died 2/1/1863 intestate, of an ulcer in the windpipe, aged 31. Two daughters also born - Mary Louise Leatch born 11/7/1855 (later Mrs WINTER) and Jane Leatch born 24/1/1861 (later Mrs MAXWELL). Angelina Leatch remarried to a James FLOGDELL, by 1898 out of business Application 23713

LEATCH, Joseph gardener Stirling East 1898 Application 23652

LEAVER, AA grocer Lower North Adelaide 1920 Application 27143

LEAVER, Arthur Joseph hatter Adelaide 1889 Memorial 161/397

No 1

LEAVER, Joseph hatter Adelaide (Rundle St) 1877[-1879] Memorial 250/301

LEAVER, Joseph hatter Adelaide (Rundle St), died 12/8/1893 Kensington intestate. Husband of Elizabeth Leaver. Father of Edward Leaver hosier Adelaide (King William St) one of his children. Estate worth £2,500 Memorial 231/420

LEAVER, Joseph hatter Adelaide (Rundle St), died 12/8/1893 intestate. Husband of Elizabeth Leaver, who lived at Glenelg by 1895. Parents of Edward Leaver, Athur J Leaver, Eliza S Leaver, and RH Leaver Memorial 51/424

No 1

LEAVER, William cabinetmaker Adelaide (Grote St) 1850 Memorial 429/22

No 2 - possibly mixture of the Elder and the Younger

LEAVER, William hat manufacturer Adelaide (Leigh St) 1851[-1859] Memorial 49/31 He leased a shop in Leigh St from William PYBUS the Elder machinist for 5 years at 8/- a week 1853 Memorial 328/51

LEAVER, William gentleman Adelaide, about to leave the province for a time, power of attorney to Benjamin GURR gentleman Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 23/2/1856 Deposit 526/1856

LEAVER, William hat maker formerly of Adelaide but now of parts beyond the seas 1857[-1859] Memorial 9/117

LEAVER, William formerly hat manufacturer Adelaide (Leigh St) but now innkeeper Turf Hotel near the Adelaide Race Course 1860 Memorial 33/167

LEAVER, William the Elder licensed victualler Kent Town Hotel 1867 Memorial 206/220

No 1

LEBEH, William farmer Marden 1895 Memorial 98/425

LEBEH, Wilhelm formerly gardener Marden late out of business Kent Tce Norwood, died 14/10/1905. By 1906, his widow, Johanne Eleonore Lebeh, was living at Kent Town Application 25191

LE BRUN, Eliza nurse Pt Lincoln 1903, declared that she had first lived in a small one-room cottage on Allotment 474 in Pt Lincoln since 1/8/1863. In 1890, she put a substantial fence around the allotment and buit a new house on the site Application 24685

LE BRUN, Frederick Lewis storekeeper Pt Lincoln, died 24/1/1906. Husband of Emma Le Brun. Adopted daughter Mabel Gladys Le Brun Memorial 77/455

LE BRUN, Frederick agent Pt Lincoln 1899 Application 23820

LE BRUN, George Frederick contractor Pt Lincoln 1885 Application 20603

No 1

LE BRUN, Joseph Frederick station overseer Pt Lincoln linked with Eliza Le Brun nurse Pt Lincoln 1906 Memorial 137/454

LE BRUN, Joseph Frederick station overseer Pt Lincoln 1927 Application 27561

No 1

LE BRUN, Samuel clerk to Mr EMERSON solicitor Adelaide 1873 Memorial 201/268

LE BRUN, S clerk Adelaide 1883 Memorial 113/355

No 1

LE BRUN, Steven Gilbert labourer Pt Lincoln linked with Eliza Le Brun nurse Pt Lincoln 1903 Memorial 234/447

LE BRUN, Steven Gilbert labourer formerly of Pt Lincoln now of Tumby Bay 1929 Application 27760

LE BRUN, William Henry Phillip of Pt Lincoln 1911, declared that he had lived in Pt Lincoln for 33 years and had been in business there for 22 years Application 28337

No 1

LECHER, Friedrich Wilhelm bricklayer Adelaide 1850[-1854] Memorial 8/28

LECHER, Friedrich Wilhelm bricklayer Norwood 1851[-1857] Memorial 58/36

LECK, Thomas labourer Watervale 1851[-1854] Memorial 211/33

No 1

LECKE, Emma spinster Pt Lincoln 1912 Memorial 94/467

LECKE, Emma spinster Pt Lincoln 1913 Application 26249

LECKEY, Edward shoemaker Payneham 1850. Wesleyan Methodist Enrolment 19/10

LECKEY, James gentleman Payneham 1849[-1850] Memorial 138/17

No 1

LECKIE, Thomas station caretaker Coonalpyn Co Buccleuch. Hundred of Bews land grant 1911 Grant Book 12 Page 8 County Chandos

LECKIE, Thomas farmer Lameroo trustee Pinnaroo District Hospital 1912 Grant Book 12 Page 10 County Chandos

LECKIE, Thomas farmer Lameroo 1922 Memorial 114/485

No 1

LECKY, James Edward blacksmith Marden 1870 Memorial 95/249

LECKY, James Edward blacksmith Payneham 1877 Memorial 231/300

LECKY, John tea dealer 31 Fenchurch St, London, Middlesex, England, and John BURROWS Esquire St Augustine’s Vicarage, Haggerston, Middlesex, England, power of attorney to James Potts ROBERTS agent Gilbert Place, Adelaide, to manage their SA business interests, including land in the Gilbert Special Survey and the township of Victoria 15/12/1892 Deposit 12/1893

LE COLE, Robert James storekeeper Pt Lincoln 1927 Memorial 135/497, Application 27615

LE CORNU, Arthur D undertaker's assistant North Adelaide 1891 Application 23275

LE CORNU, John District Clerk District Council of Prospect 1901 Application 24312

LE CORNU, PH undertaker Prospect 1897 Application 23275

LEDAN, John Theophilus coachbuilder Adelaide and Mary Ledan his wife, a beneficiary under the will of the late John Green COULLS formerly gentleman Athelstone now deceased 1882[-1890] Memorial 240/343

No 1

LEDGARD, Alfred gardener Kersbrook 1884 Memorial 27/356

LEDGARD, Alfred and Edward labourers Maidstone 1893 Memorial 250/416

No 1

LEDGARD, Daniel maltster Mitcham 1847 Memorial 469/8 LEDGARD, Daniel farmer Mitcham 1848[-1850] Memorial 88/11

LEDGARD, Daniel farmer Noarlunga 1851 Memorial 270/34

LEDGARD, Daniel malster Noarlunga. Hundred of Willunga land grant 1851 Grant Book 1 Page 268 County Adelaide

LEDGARD, Daniel malster Noarlunga 1852[-1854] Memorial 362/43

LEDGARD, Daniel maltster Reedbeds 1854[-1856] Memorial 128/75

LEDGARD, Daniel farmer Callington 1879 Memorial 161/319

LEDGARD, Daniel farmer Millbrook linked with the late William Ledgard formerly farmer Hullen Edge Chain of Ponds now deceased 1882 Memorial 181/347

LEDGARD, Daniel farmer Millbrook 1883 Memorial 19/354

LEDGARD, Daniel farmer Callington 1883 Memorial 61/347

No 1

LEDGARD, Edward labourer Millbrook 1883 Memorial 21/352

LEDGARD, Edward labourer Maidstone 1909 Memorial 134/437

No 1 - possibly the same person

LEDGARD, James licensed victualler Palmer 1869 Memorial 68/242

LEDGARD, James mason Tungkillo 1869 Memorial 146/251

No 2 - possibly a continuation of No 1

LEDGARD, James hotelkeeper Millbrook Hotel Millbrook 1883 Memorial 148/351

No 1

LEDGARD, Robert Holdsworth farmer Mitcham 1847 Memorial 469/8 Shoemaker Mitcham 1848 Memorial 88/11

LEDGARD, Robert Holdsworth land owner McLaren Vale 1851[-1855] Memorial 30/35

LEDGARD, Robert Holdsworth drayman Horseshoe Hills near Noarlunga 1855[-1856] Memorial 241/138

LEDGARD, Robert Holdsworth carter and carrier Stirling North Wilmington township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 24 Page 569 County Frome

No 1

LEDGARD, William farmer Adelaide 1847. He bought 3 land grants (238 acres) in the Western Sources of the Torrens Memorial 262/9 Farmer Chain of Ponds 1851[-1855] Memorial 469/30

LEDGARD, William farmer Western Sources of the Torrens 1854 Memorial 312/75

LEDGARD, William farmer formerly of Adelaide but now of Chain of Ponds 1858 Memorial 36/148

LEDGARD, William farmer Chain of Ponds 1860 Memorial 87/164

LEDGARD, William farmer Hullen Edge near Chain of Ponds, died 28/5/1877. Estate worth £800. Executors and trustees - Frederick HANNAFORD gentleman Gumeracha and Daniel LEDGARD farmer Callington. His personal estate apart from money to his housekeeper Eliza VANDERPLANK sometimes called Eliza VANZITTART/VANSITTART and commonly called Mrs Ledgard, ‘and who has lived with me for many years past as my wife’. The trustees to invest his money and the proceeds from the real estate rentals to return at least £100 a year for his housekeeper for life. The Fremantle WA real estate to his son, James Ledgard, who was also to receive the remainder of the income from investments and rents for his lifetime. After his death, the trust fund and real estate to go to James Ledgard’s children in equal shares. If no children or their descendant survive, the estate to go to William Ledgard’s two brothers, Daniel Ledgard farmer Callington and Robert Holesworth Ledgard labourer Stirling North Application 20413

LEDGER, Harry farmer Pinnaroo. Pinnaroo (Hundred of Pinnaroo) township allotment land grant 1910 Grant Book 12 Page 79 County Chandos

No 1

LEDGER, John miller Brompton Co Adelaide. Laura (Hundred of Booyoolie) township allotment land grant 1872 Grant Book 60 Page 451 County Victoria

LEDGER, John clerk Hindmarsh Co Adelaide. Beltana (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1874 Grant Book 65 Page 2 County Not named

LEDGER, John agent and commercial traveller Hindmarsh Co Adelaide. Yarcowie (Hundred of Whyte) township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 464 County Victoria

LEDGER, John miller Hindmarsh Co Adelaide. Orroroo (Hundred of Walloway) township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 13 Page 132 County Dalhousie

LEDGER, John miller Hindmarsh Co Adelaide. Hundred of Dalrymple land grant 1877 Grant Book 19 Page 135 County Fergusson

LEDGER, John agent Hindmarsh Co Adelaide. Carrieton (Hundred of Eurelia) township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 13 Page 302 County Dalhousie

LEDGER, John salesman Findon 1879 Memorial 194/313

LEDGER, John merchant Adelaide 1885[-1894] Memorial 64/365

LEDGER, John corn merchant Adelaide 1892 Application 22243

LEDGER, John formerly salesman but now out of business Woodville 1904 Application 24833

LEDGER, John farmer Woodville Co Adelaide. Pinnaroo (Hundred of Pinnaroo) township allotment land grant 1907 Grant Book 12 Page 73 County Chandos

LEDGER, John farmer Kilkenny Co Adelaide. Hundred of Pinnaroo land grant 1921 Grant Book 12 Page 51 County Chandos

LEDGER, John farmer Woodville, died 18/6/1924 Grant Book 12 Page 53 County Chandos

No 1

LEDGER, Richard Carr farmer Pinnaroo. Hundred of Pinnaroo land grant 1913 Grant Book 12 Page 50 County Chandos

LEDGER, Richard Carr driver Reynella and Nellie May Ledger his wife 1937 Memorial 35/511

LEDGER, Thomas carpenter Hindmarsh Millicent North (Hundred of Mt Muirhead) township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 31 Page 314 County Grey

LEDITSCHKE, Carl labourer Nuriootpa 1862 Memorial 214/183

No 1

LEDITSCHKE, Carl Friedrich storekeeper Point Pass 1886 Memorial 194/376

LEDITSCHKE, Carl Friedrich Wilhelm storekeeper Point Pass and Louise Pauline Emilie Leditschke his wife formerly JANSEN widow of the late George Hajo Sieben Jansen who died 21/11/1884 Adelaide Memorial 249/377

LEDITSCHKE, Johann Carl farmer Point Pass 1884[-1887] Grant Book 17 Page 171 County Eyre

No 1

LEDWICH, James farmer Morphett Vale 1847 Memorial 303/9

LEDWICH, James farmer Section 598 Survey B Hundred of Noarlunga, died c 1856. He left his personal estate to his wife, Nancy Ledwich, absolutely. She had a life interest in trust in her husband's real estate which then went in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant to his sons, Maurice and James Ledwich, and any of his daughters who remained unmarried at the time of their mother's death. Margaret Ledwich spinster Morphett Vale apparently belonged to this family Memorials 25/225, 211/234

LEDWICH, Anne (commonly called Nancy/Nanny) widow of James Ledwich farmer Morphett Vale, died 17/9/1868 natural decay, aged 62. Mother of Maurice Ledwich farmer Morphett Vale. A person named Margaret Ledwich also mentioned, but relationship not known Application 14297

LEE, Alexander cabinetmaker Littlehampton 1856[-1859] Memorial 299/113

No 1

LEE, Charles schoolmaster Bald Hills near Yankalilla 1857 Memorial 127/122

LEE, Charles schoolmaster Yankalilla 1860 Memorial 79/167

LEE, Charles the Younger schoolmaster Yankalilla 1863 Memorial 303/191

No 2

LEE, Charles farmer Pinnaroo. Hundred of Pinnaroo land grant 1909[-1913] Grant Book 12 Page 45 County Chandos

LEE, Charles farmer Peebinga trustee Methodist Church Mootatunga 1925 Grant Book 12 Page 251 County Chandos

LEE, Charles Southcombe farmer Kulpara. Hundred of Kulpara land grant 1912 Grant Book 14 Page 339 County Daly

No 1

LEE, Edward miner Adelaide 1854 Memorial 246/77

No 2

LEE, Edward Esquire The Hermitage near Guichen Bay 1867 Memorial 202/224

No 1

LEE, Ernest William Albert labourer Gawler 1901 Memorial 178/442

HIGGINS, Lily Maud married woman Gawler formerly Lily Maud LEE widow of Ernest William Albert Lee deceased 1917 Application 26613

LEE, Frederick Vivian farmer Kenton Valley 1915 Application 26451

No 1

LEE, George blacksmith Adelaide 1850[-1851] Memorial 45/25

No 2

LEE, George of Campbelltown 1857 Memorial 251/121

No 3

LEE, George the Younger schoolmaster Yankalilla 1863 Memorial 303/191

No 4

LEE, George miner Pt Lincoln , bought Block 125, pt Section, Hundred of Lincoln, 20 acres, in 1863. He fenced in the land before selling it again in 1867 to John SPEED farmer Pt Lincoln Application 25400

No 5

LEE, George minister of the gospel Kooringa Davies (later Hanson sHundred of Hanson) township allotment land grant 1871 Grant Book 56 Page 469 County Stanley

LEE, George Wesleyan Methodist minister Kooringa. He included Jamestown in his Circuit 1872 Grant Book 60 Page 133 County Victoria

No 6

LEE, George farmer Tailem Bend Co Russell. Hundred of Peake land grant 1910 Grant Book 6 Page 53 County Buccleuch

LEE, George William Richard accountant North Kensington, died 28/12/1927 Memorial 87/511

No 1

LEE, Henry labourer Adelaide 1853 Memorial 311/59

LEE, Henry labourer Magill 1853 Memorial 229/53

No 2

LEE, Henry labourer Thebarton 1853 Memorial 221/55

LEE, Henry labourer Campbell Creek near Castlemaine Vic 1860 Thebarton land sale Memorial 330/167

No 3

LEE, Henry formerly miner Adelaide 1854 but now railway storeman Stepney 1877 Application 16516

LEE, Israel cellarman Marryatville 1892 Application 22369

LEE, J agent Glenelg 1877 Memorial 203/302

No 1

LEE, James storekeeper Kapunda 1851 Memorial 147/36

LEE, James miner Kapunda 1853 Memorial 293/57

LEE, James [formerly miner but now] licensed victualler Kapunda 1854[-1864] Memorial 324/74 Miner again 1865 [James Lee did much sub-division in Victoria township] Memorial 201/201

LEE, James licensed victualler Victoria township near Kapunda 1861. He could not write Application 2294

No 2

LEE, James farmer Salisbury 1857 Memorial 89/115

No 3

LEE, James fruiterer Auburn 1868 Application 9537

No 4 – perhaps a continuation of No 3

LEE, James farmer Clare Co Stanley. Hundred of Pekina land grant 1880[-1885] Grant Book 13 Page 162 County Dalhousie

LEE, Jane widow Kulpara 1885[-1893] Memorial 152/369

No 1

LEE, John labourer Brompton 1851[-1853] Memorial 83/38

No 2

LEE, John farmer formerly of Norwood but now of Aldinga 1856 Memorial 71/95

LEE, John [formerly farmer Aldinga but now] agent Bowden 1858 Memorial 129/137

LEE, John [formerly agent Bowden but now] farmer Hilton 1861 Memorial 323/171

No 3

LEE, John farmer Plympton 1861 Memorial 44/173

LEE, John farmer formerly of Plympton 1861 but now of Dalkey Plains 1871. He could not write Application 11810

No 4

LEE, John Bible Christian Minister Yankalilla 1861 Memorial 299/178

No 5 – perhaps a mixture of the Elder and the Younger

LEE, John miner Kadina. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1869 Grant Book 14 Page 73 County Daly

LEE, John miner Wallaroo Mines. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1872 Grant Book 14 Page 78 County Daly

LEE, John farmer Kadina. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1876[-1894] Grant Book 14 Page 86 County Daly

LEE, John the Elder farmer Kadina. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1878 Grant Book 14 Page 57 County Daly

No 6

LEE, John butcher Mt Gambier 1875 Memorial 200/282

No 7

LEE, John labourer Alberton 1878 Memorial 96/308

LEE, John labourer Alberton 1878 Application 16777

LEE, John labourer Aberton, died 17/2/1893. His widow, Grace Lee, died 17/10/1901. Parents of Mary Jane CUTT 1902 Application 24381

LEE, John labourer Alberton, died 17/2/1893. Husband of Grace Lee Memorial 180/427

LEE, Grace widow Alberton 1899 relict of the late John Lee who died 17/2/1893. Mother of Mary Jane CUTT married woman Alberton Memorial 213/438

LEE, Grace wife of the late John Lee of unknown occupation, died 17/10/1901 Alberton, of senile decay, and 10 days' intestinal obstruction, aged 84 1902 Application 24381

No 8

LEE, John farmer Weaner Flat Hundred of Minlacowie land grant 1881 Grant Book 19 Page 256 County Fergusson

No 9

LEE, John butcher Minlaton 1881 Memorial 206/332

No 10 – perhaps a continuation of No 9

LEE, John butcher Adelaide (King William St) 1889[-1890] Memorial 184/399

No 11

LEE, John labourer Angle Vale Hundred of Dalkey land grant 1881[-1882] Grant Book 26 Page 233 County Gawler

No 12

LEE, John labourer Pt Augusta West. Pt Augusta West (Hundred of Copley) township allotment land grant 1891 Grant Book 65 Page 225 County Manchester

No 1

LEE, John Philip police trooper Palmerston, Northern Territory, power of attorney to Simeon BARNARD auctioneer and commission agent Adelaide, to manage the estate of his late father, Philip Lee gentleman Adelaide, to clear the deceased’s debts, and return a profit to his widow, Elizabeth Lee, who has a life interest in the estate 3/7/1875 Deposit 262/1875

LEE, John Philip gentleman Norwood 1879 Memorial 1/319

LEE, John Philip gentleman Adelaide linked with Louis Philip Lee formerly watchmaker Carlton Vic but now of Adelaide 1881 Memorial 192/329

LEE, John Philip publican Metropolitan Hotel Adelaide (Grote St) 1886 Memorial 184/375

No 1

LEE, Joseph of Mt Gambier 1864 Memorial 129/194

LEE, Joseph of Mt Gambier and Mary Lee his wife parents of their second daughter, Eliza Honora HONAN wife of Thomas Honan of Compton Downs near Mt Gambier 1882 Memorial 165/338

LEE, Joseph labourer Mt Gambier, died 20/2/1882. He left his estate in trust to Eliza Honora HONAN spinster Compston Downs near Mt Gambier, 2nd daughter of Thomas Honan of Compston Downs, provided she took care of Mary Lee, widow of Joseph Lee. Estate worth £150. Mary Lee widow Mt Gambier died 17/8/1882, of paralysis, aged 60 Application 23249

LEE, Louis Philip watchmaker Adelaide 1879 Memorial 118/317

LEE, Mary Agnes married woman Kapunda 1923 Application 27181

No 1

LEE, Philip gentleman Adelaide 1839 Application 15379.

LEE, Philip clothier Adelaide and Sarah LEE spinster Adelaide 1847 Memorial 95/8

LEE, Philip storekeeper Adelaide (Hindley St) 1848 Memorial 188/13

LEE, Philip draper Adelaide, owned the Flagstaff Inn 1850 Enrolment 63/35

LEE, Philip draper Adelaide (Hindley St) 1853 Memorial 34/48

LEE, Philip gentleman Adelaide (Hindley St) 1854 Memorial 371/67

LEE, Philip hosier Adelaide 1854 Memorial 51/73

LEE, Philip gentleman Adelaide (Gilbert St), died c1860. He left his estate in trust for his wife, Elizabeth Lee, to receive the income for her lifetime to keep herself and his children by her. Mrs Lee had the right to mention in her own will how the children would inherit the estate Memorial 348/170

LEE, Eliza of Adelaide, executrix under the will of the late Philip Lee gentleman Adelaide 1863 Application 4366

LEE, Philip gentleman Gilbert St, Adelaide, died c1858. He left the whole of his estate in trust for his wife, Elizabeth Lee, during her lifetime, and then to be divided equally amongst his children. If his wife died before the youngest child reached 21 years, the land to remain in trust until all children were legally adults Application 11828

No 2

LEE, Philip Professor of Music formerly of Sydney NSW but now of Adelaide 1848 Memorial 426/11

No 1

LEE, Ralph Henry Methodist minister Gumeracha 1915 Memorial 106/473

LEE, Ralph Henry Methodist minister Woodville 1923 Memorial 14/487

LEE, Ralph Henry Methodist minister Kooringa 1926 Memorial 171/494

LEE, Richard Charles butcher Adelaide (King William St) 1896 Memorial 224/428

No 1

LEE, Robert tanner Adelaide 1843 Memorial 433/2

LEE, Robert tanner Kensington 1848 Memorial 170/12

No 2

LEE, Robert labourer Unley 1848[-1852] Memorial 48/13

No 3

LEE, Robert contractor North Adelaide 1849 Memorial 102/19

LEE, Robert builder Pine Forest 1850 Memorial 276/27 Builder Section 3112 Hundred of Munno Para 1851 Memorial 40/30

LEE, Robert builder The Pine Forest 1853[-1854] Memorial 50/50

LEE, Robert farmer Peachey Belt 1854 Hundred of Barossa land grant Memorial 401/76

LEE, Robert farmer [formerly of Peachey Belt but now of] Lyndoch Valley 1854 Memorial 21/81

LEE, Robert builder formerly of Lyndoch Valley but now of Gawler 1855 Memorial 258/87

LEE, Robert builder Gawler 1857[-1858] Memorial 61/241

LEE, Robert builder Gawler South 1859 Memorial 57/149

LEE, Robert carpenter Gawler 1859 Memorial 326/151

LEE, Robert builder Gawler South 1861 Application 2096

LEE, Robert farmer near Auburn 1861 Memorial 190/178

LEE, Robert builder formerly of Gawler but now of Rice Creek near Auburn 1866 Memorial 49/211

LEE, Robert farmer Rice Creek, died 9/5/1869. His widow, Ann Lee, still lived at Rice Creek near Chinkford 1872 Memorial 16/259

No 4

LEE, Robert farmer Mt Gamber 1863 Memorial 230/196

No 5

LEE, Robert farmer Red Camp, died 20/5/1873, of cancer, aged 56 Application 24373 FIND

LEE, Robert shepherd Bungaree near Clare 1881 Application 18443

No 1

LEE, Robert Henry labourer Kapunda 1906 Application 25323

LEE, Robert Henry farmer Kapunda 1922 Memorial 44/485

LEE, Robert Kent builder Brompton 1859 Memorial 63/162

LEE, Silas farmer Kenton Valley 1866 Memorial 117/217

No 1

LEE, Thomas storekeeper Saltia Quorn (Hundred of Pichi Richi) township allotment land grant 1879 Grant Book 49 Page 8 County Newcastle

No 2

LEE, Thomas RC clergyman near Marrabel 1898 Application 23612

LEE, Thoms Patrick publican Adelaide (Langham Hotel Gouger St) 1900 Memorial 249/440

LEE, Thomas Shutter fruiterer Gawler 1914 Application 26347

LEE, Way merchant Adelaide 1892 Application 22243

No 1

LEE, William labourer Magill 1850[-1859] Memorial 20/20

LEE, William yeoman Magill linked with LEE, Mary spinster Norwood 1852 Memorial 225/42

LEE, Elizabeth wife of the late William Lee gardener Magill, died 15/8/1893, of senile decay, aged 95. George CRAKE farmer Magill was her son-in-law 1893 Application 22596

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1?

LEE, William labourer Willaston 1875 Memorial 41/279

LEE, William the Elder labourer Willaston, died 8/3/1900. His widow, Mary Lee, died 6/10/1907. Parents of William Lee the Younger labourer Willaston 1910 Memorial 189/463

No 3 – perhaps the same person

LEE, William carter Mt Gambier 1877 Application 15999

LEE, William farmer Millicent Hundred of Rivoli Bay land grant 1880 Grant Book 31 Page 255 County Grey

No 4

LEE, William farmer Middleton 1878[-1890] Memorial 193/309

LEE, William farmer Middleton 1897 Application 23503

No 5

LEE, William Minister of the Gospel, Crewes Lee House Callington, Cornwall, England, power of attorney to Joseph ASHTON solicitor Adelaide, to represent him in certain interests as may need attention from time to time 24/4/1884 Deposit 1/1887

No 6

LEE, William farmer Hawker 1890 Memorial 160/405

No 7

LEE, William farmer near Kadina 1897[-1899] Memorial 157/432

No 8

LEE, William blacksmith Kooringa 1922 Memorial 166/485

LEE, William Edward horticulturalist Salisbury 1950 Application 28752

LEECH, Arthur works manager Guano Company Pt Lincoln 1904[-1906] Memorial 175b/451, RPA Search 340

LEECH, Arthur Jack contractor Pt Lincoln 1927[-1942]. He became a bankrupt during this time RPA Search 316

No 1

LEECH, Arthur Guano Works manager Pt Lincoln 1906 Application 25215

LEECH, Arthur gentleman Pt Lincoln 1946 Application 28451

LEECH, Arthur of Pt Lincoln, aged 76 in 1949, declared that he had lived in Pt Lincoln continuously since January 1903 Application 28685.

LEECH, Arthur clerk Pt Lincoln 1951 Application 28789. Book keeper Pt Lincoln, aged 77 in 1951. He had lived continuously in Pt Lincoln since 1903 and was a former Mayor of Pt Lincoln Application 28839.

LEECH, Arthur retired Pt Lincoln 1953, declared that he had been born on 21/12/1873. He came to Pt Lincoln in 1903 and had lived there ever since except between 195-1919. He took a great interest in civic matters. He belonged to the original Town Council for the Corporation of Pt Lincoln in 1923 and served as Mayor of Pt Lincoln between 1924-1928. A Leech did a great deal to open up London St as a prinicipal thoroughfare through Pt Lincoln; many of the allotments on one side of the street were sandhills or sand drifts and the street itself often became covered with sand from these drifts and hills. Landowners had to fence their allotments with brush and do what else they could to stop the drift of sand. A Leech first met Richard CORRELL music seller Adelaide and 63 Cambridge Tce, Malvern, in 1909, who frequently came to Pt Lincoln on holiday and to buy and develop many township allotments. Richard Correll had many dealings in London St. He died 6/5/1932, leaving a bankrupt estate Application 28936

No 1

LEECH, Arthur Jack contractor Pt Lincoln 1927 Memorial 144/498

LEECH, Arthur Jack carrier Pt Lincoln 1942 Memorial 184/516

No 1

LEECH, Sidney Sherringham labourer Pt Lincoln and Elizabeth Leech his wife 1909 Memorials 25 & 26/461

LEECH, Sidney Sherringham labourer Pt Lincoln 1911[-1919] Memorial 98/465

LEECH, Sydney Sherringham fisherman Pt Lincoln 1922 Memorial 153/484

LEECH, Thomas mason Adelaide 1866 Memorial 234/214

No 1

LEECH, Walter Charles Thomas merchant Clifton St, Malvern 1902 Memorial 238/444

LEECH, Walter Charles Thomas wood and coal merchant Park Tce, Bowden 1895. As a gentleman of Edmund Ave, New Parkside, he died 7/9/1909. Husband of Clara Jane Leech. Estate worth £6,294 Memorial 59/462

LEECH, Walter Charles Thomas wood merchant Bowden 1895 Application 22876

LEECH, Walter Charles Thomas storekeeper Malvern linked with Richard WRIGHT storekeeper Eudunda 1897 Grant Book 17 Page 202 County Eyre

LEECH, Walter Charles Thomas merchant Malvern 1901 Application 24262

No 1

LEEDER, Jesse David storekeeper Adelaide (Rundle St) 1873 Memorial 66/268

LEEDER, Jesse David storekeeper formerly of Adelaide (Rundle St) but now of Kensington 1882 Memorial 227/343

No 1

LEEDER, Thomas farmer North Rhine 1865 Memorial 311/203

LEEDER, Thomas farmer North Rhine Hundred of Angas land grant 1869[-1875] Grant Book 58 Page 177 County Sturt

No 1 - probably the same person

LEEDHAM, George farmer Mt Barker 1851 Memorial 160/34

LEEDHAM, George farmer near Watergate 1852 Memorial 62/41

LEEDHAM, George farmer Macclesfield 1860 Memorial 300/166

LEEDHAM, J/I clerk to R CRUICKSHANK solicitor Pt Adelaide 1908 Memorial 8/472

No 1

LEEDHAM, William gentleman Westbury Hill near Bristol, Glos, England Hundred of Pt Gawler land grant 1856 Memorial 54/117

LEEDHAM, William formerly of Westbury Hill, Bristol, Somerset, England, but then of Highfield, near Andover, Hants, England, power of attorney to Arthur Hardy Esquire Adelaide, to manage his SA business interests 1858 Memorial 59/186, Deposit 159/1862

LEEDHAM, William formerly of Westbury Hill, Bristol, Somerset, England, but late of Highfield, near Andover, Hants, England, died 22/9/1876. Executors, William Leedham CROWE shipbroker St Clements House, St Clements Lane, London, Middlesex and the Rev’d Frederick SMITH Clerk in Holy Orders Fareham, Hants, power of attorney to AG and GW Downer solicitors Adelaide, to collect moneys due on land from Christopher WILSON Section 383 Hundred of Pt Gawler, and Desbrow Charles CATHERY Sections 235, 240 Hundred of Pt Gawler 3/7/1877 Deposits 205 & 206/1877

No 1

LEEDLE, Tom police constable Adelaide (Wright St) 1897 Memorial 138/433

LEEDLE, Tom died 21/6/1902 Memorial 232/466

LEEHANE, Timothy farmer Adelaide 1849 Memorial 3/14

LEEK, Annie married woman Hyde Park 1915 Memorial 148/472

No 1 - likely to be the same person

LEES, Andrew farmer Hindmarsh. Hundred of Yatala land grant 1854 Grant Book 1 Page 68 County Adelaide

LEES, Andrew farmer Hindmarsh 1855 Memorial 16/81

LEES, Andrew farmer Diggora Vic, died c1885. Executors: James Lees farmer Egerton near Runneymeade Vic and John MATCHETT storekeeper Sandhurst Vic Memorial 227/437

LEES, Robert John salesman 2 Denton St, Hendon 1957 Memorial 175/531, Application 29270

No 1

LEES, Thomas engineer Hindmarsh 1855[-1868] Memorial 254/82

LEES, Thomas engineer Hindmarsh 1858 Application 68

LEES, Thomas gentleman Hindmarsh 1875 Memorial 212/280

LEES, Thomas miller Hindmarsh 1875[-1877] Memorial 138/284

LEES, Thomas gentleman Hindmarsh 1894 Application 22752

No 2

LEES, Thomas storekeeper Quorn 1887 Memorial 92/384

No 1

LEES, Thomas Christian Minister Henley Beach, died 5/9/1920. His executors were Hurtle Lees COOKE civil servant Shipster St, Torrensville and James DAY retired farmer Romford St, West Hindmarsh 1922 Application 27076

LEES, Thomas Christian minister Henley Beach, died 5/9/1920. Husband of Annie Playford Lees. Father of the late Mary Annie COOKE. Step-father of the late Emma JONES. Father of Elizabeth DAY. Step-father of Ellen BEAN. Bequests to Percy Bean, Raymond Bean, Elsie Golden PHILPS, Eva Jessie Philps, Harriet PLAYFORD, Mary Jones widow of Arthur Lees Jones. Executors; Hurtle Lees Cooke civil servant Shipster St, Torrensville and James Day retired farmer Romford St, West Hindmarsh. Estate worth £24,000 Memorial 192/485

No 1

LEES, W bank manager Maitland 1886 Memorial 54/377

LEES, W bank manager Mintaro 1892 Memorial 211/414

No 1

LEESU John of Kooringa 1874 Memorial 205/277

LEESU, John cabinetmaker Kooringa 1875 Memorial 215/279

LEESU, John carpenter Kooringa 1875[-1877] Memorial 218/288

LEESU, TA undertaker Adelaide 1880 Application 28297

No 1

LEETE, Samuel yeoman Mt Gambier 1854 Memorial 100/78

LEETE, Samuel labourer Mt Gambier 1869 Memorial 22/240

LEETE, Samuel labourer near Mt Gambier and Anne Harriet Leete his wife. Children - Anne Elizabeth STEPHENSON nee Leete no description, Charlotte Jemima SMITH nee Leete wife of Henry Smith shipping agent Beachport and Edward Leete labourer Mt Gambier 1880[-1883] Memorial 176/320

No 1

LEETHAM, Thomas clerk to Percival Wood SMITH sharebroker Adelaide 1850 Memorial 278/24

LEETHAM, Thomas gentleman Pt Wakefield 1851 Memorial 452/31

LEETHAM, Thomas retired naval officer Adelaide 1852 Memorial 289/43

LE FEUVRE, Nicholas bootmaker Clare 1866[-1883] Memorial 241/217, Application 18138

LEFFLER, Anna Helena Maria spinster Brompton 1924 Application 27262

LEFFOLLEY, Thomas carpenter Walkerville 1850 Memorial 213/21

LE GALLEZ, James carpenter Rosewater 1868 Memorial 216/233

No 1

LE GALLEZ, William sawyer Lower North Road 1875 Memorial 49/280

LEGALLEZ, William sawyer Tam O'Shanter Belt 1876 Application 15439

LE GALLEZ, William farmer Lower North Road 1877[-1879] Memorial 139/313, Application 26255

LE GALLEZ, William farmer Tam O’Shanter Belt 1882 Application 19148

LE GALLIC, Joseph stone mason Pt Broughton. Hundred of Mundoora land grant 1908 Grant Book 14 Page 274 County Daly

LEGG, Albert mason Benowrie Station Out of Hundreds. Mingary (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1894 Grant Book 65 Page 267 County Not named

LEGG, James cheesemaker Murrimbum 1890 Memorial 183/405

No 1

LEGGETT, John carpenter Queenstown about to marry Christiana Eliza KIDD widow Paddington. She was possibly the mother or sister of James William WILLIAMS contractor Portland Estate and Charles Williams carpenter Paddington. John Leggett's family included; George Leggett labourer Bowden, Emma COPPARD wife of William Coppard gasworks manager Thebarton, John Leggett painter Queenstown, Ebenezer Leggett labourer Queenstown, Alice BARRATT wife of Frederick Barratt labourer Queenstown and Albert Leggett carpenter Queenstown 1879 Memorial 240/317

LEGGETT, John carpenter Queenstown 1875 Application 14625

LEGGETT, Peter farmer Tickera 1888 Memorial 139/394

No 1

LEGGETT, William farmer Mt Barker 1854[-1879] Memorial 62/76

LEGGETT, William farmer Wodside 1861 Memorial 32/176

LEGGETT, William farmer near Woodside 1878 Application 16975

LEGGETTS, Robert Joseph labourer Pt Lincoln (born Starigriad, Austria) married Violet Evelyn SAWYER widow Pt Lincoln (born Inman Valley), on 10/8/1929. Witnesses; Lucille E SYDENHAM matron St Leonards and Reginald James WILLIAMSON motor driver South Plympton. The Leggetts went to live at Woodville Memorials 22 & 23/507

LEGGETTS, Violet Evelyn married woman formerly of Woodville now of 97 Findon Rd, Findon 1946, declared that she had been born on 8/1/1904 at Inman Valley, a daughter of Robert Isaac SWEETMAN. She married Clement Charles SAWYER on 30/6/1926 and moved with him to Pt Lincoln on 10/7/1926. CC Sawyer died in 1929 and his widow moved to Adelaide. Violet Evelyn Sawyer remarried to Robert Joseph Leggetts 28 labourer Pt Lincoln (Father; William Leggetts of Starigrad, Austria) on 10/8/1929 at the SA Registry Office, Flinders St, Adelaide Application 28430

LEGGITT, Joseph storekeeper Dry Creek 1858 Memorial 48/134

No 1

LEGGO, Maddron miner Redruth 1861 Memorial 322/174

LEGGO, Maddron farmer Dry Hill near the Burra 1863 Application 4015

LEGGO, Maddron farmer Kooringa Co Burra. Hundred of Hanson land grant 1865 Grant Book 56 Page 277 County Stanley

LEGGO, Maddron formerly miner Redruth 1861 now poundkeeper Cross Roads near Kooringa 1873 Application 12851

LEGGOE, Samuel C clerk to Jabez Edwin THOMAS accountant Adelaide (5 Cavendish Chambers, Grenfell St) 1893 Memorial 169/418

LEGNICK, Ferdinand Wilhelm sausagemaker Norwood 1864 Memorial 283/193

LEGO, W farmer Riverton 1924 Memorial 45/491

No 1

LEGOE, George Glen merchant Adelaide 1897 Memorial 12/432

LEGOE, George Glen merchant Adelaide 1901 Application 24303

LEGOE, George Glen merchant Adelaide (Currie St) and Jessie Legoe his wife linked with William Legoe vigneron Riverton and Margaret Mary Legoe his wife 1919 Memorial 63/478

No 1

LEGOE, John stevedore Pt Adelaide 1888 Memorial 20/394

LEGOE, John stevedore Pt Adelaide 1888 Application 21491

LEGOE, Richard John farmer Virginia Park Virginia 1926 Memorial 177/494

LEGOE, Richard John farmer Virginia linked with William Lego farmer Riverton 1924 Application 27259

LEHANE, Timothy farmer Adelaide 1849 Memorial 3/14

No 1

LEHMANN, August butcher North Adelaide (Kermode St) 1854 Memorial 262/82

No 2

LEHMANN, August farmer near Mt Gambier son of Elisabeth Lehmann widow near Mt Gambier 1896 Memorial 247/426

LEHMANN, August farmer near Mt Gambier 1899 Memorial 69/439

LEHMANN, August farmer Yahl near Mt Gambier, died 20/9/1910. Husband of Mabel Sarah Lehmann Memorial 185/463

LEHMANN, August farmer Yahl near Mt Gambier, died 25/9/1910. He left his whole estate to his widow, Mabel Sarah Lehmann. Estate worth £2,160 Application 25890

No 3

LEHMANN, August gardener Stone Hut Hundred of Appila land grant 1899 Grant Book 24 Page 514 County Frome

LEHMANN, Carl Heinrich farmer Rhine Villa 1886[-1888] Memorial 44/374

No 1

LEHMANN, Carl Wilhelm farmer Hammond 1888 Memorial 36/390

LEHMANN, Carl Wilhelm farmer Hammond Co Frome. Hundred of Allenby land grant 1909 Grant Book 12 Page 150 County Chandos

No 1

LEHMANN, Carl Friedrich Wilhelm farm servant Towitta 1902 Grant Book 17 Page 35 County Eyre

LEHMANN, Carl Friedrich Wilhelm farmer Pinnaroo. Hundred of Pinnaroo land grant 1910 Grant Book 12 Page 46 County Chandos

LEHMANN, Christian farmer Riverton 1881 Application 18555

No 1

LEHMANN, Christian Traugott Andreas tailor Tanunda 1852 Memorial 111/39

LEHMANN, Christian Traugott Andreas farmer Light Pass 1853[-1854] Memorial 284/51

LEHMANN, Christian Traugott Andreas farmer Hundred of Belvidere 1856 Memorial 175/100

LEHMANN, Christian Traugott Andreas schoolmaster Peter's Hill near Riverton 1860 Application 1026

LEHMANN, Edwin Julius carrier Burra 1949 Memorial 44/524

No 1

LEHMANN, Eilert farmer The Bremer 1854[-1857] Memorial 75/79

LEHMANN, Eilert farmer near Hahndorf. Member St John German Protestant Church Hahndorf 1859 Memorial 301/153

LEHMANN, Eilert farmer The Bremer 1860 Application 1056

No 1

LEHMANN, Elisabeth widow Yahl Paddock near Mt Gambier 1900[-1902] Memorial 111/440, Application 24506

LEHMANN, Elisabeth widow Yahl 1910 Application 25890

No 1

LEHMANN, Emilius Heinrich Friedrich of Maitland 1883 Memorial 236/353

LEHMANN, Emilius Heinrich Friedrich storekeeper Kent Town Hundred of Kilkerran land grant 1880 Grant Book 19 Page 167 County Fergusson

No 1

LEHMANN, Friedrich licensed victualler Nuriootpa 1853 Memorial 363/59

LEHMANN, Friedrich licensed victualler Nuriootpa Inn Nuriootpa 1858 Memorial 238/129

LEHMANN, Grace widow of the late Johann Friedrich Lehmann publican Nuriootpa, died 4/6/1884, of peritonitis and bowel and abdominal paralysis, aged 69. Charles George BIERNING clerk Angaston was a friend of hers Application 20223

No 2 - Perhaps the same person

LEHMANN, Friedrich farmer Springall near Gawler 1858 Memorial 279/136

LEHMANN, Friedrich farmer The Gilbert near Riverton 1864[-1872] Memorial 221/198

No 3

LEHMANN, Friedrich farmer Callington 1896 Application 23197

LEHMANN, Fritz retired farmer Murray Bridge, died 9/5/1946 of myocardial degeneration, arteriosclerosis and paralysis agitans, aged 78. Born at Callington. Married aged 29 years. 3 sons 1 daughter living. Memorial 86/531

LEHMANN, Friedrich Hermann and Johann Heinrich Lehmann stockholders Wilmington 1892 Memorial 192/415

LEHMANN, Friedrich Wilhelm of the Darling River NSW [owned land in the Hundred of Nuriootpa] 1884 Memorial 144/359

LEHMANN, George farmer Hope Valley Co Adelaide. Hundred of Moorowie land grant 1882 Grant Book 19 Page 35 County Fergusson

LEHMANN, George J brewer Kooringa 1879[-1880] Memorial 9/320

No 1

LEHMANN, Gottfried farmer Bethanien 1851 Memorial 281/32

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

LEHMANN, Gottfried wine grower Krondorf 1862 Memorial 259/184

No 1 – perhaps the same person

LEHMANN, Gustav farmer Sedan Co Eyre. Hundred of Narridy land grant 1881 Grant Book 60 Page 259 County Victoria

LEHMANN, Gustav farmer Quorn 1898 Memorial 23/434

No 1

LEHMANN, Gustav August Heinrich labourer The Murray 1882 Memorial 51/339

LEHMANN, Gustav August Heinrich labourer The Murray. Hundred of Angas land grant 1884 Grant Book 58 Page 182 County Sturt

LEHMANN, Herbert Heinrich grazier Gawler, aged 71 in 1970 Application 29747

No 1

LEHMANN, Johann farmer North Rhine Hundred of Bagot land grant 1876 Grant Book 17 Page 231 County Eyre

No 2

LEHMANN, Johann farmer Mt Gambier 1877 Memorial 143/300

LEHMANN, Johann farmer Yahl Paddock near Mt Gambier, died 4/2/1893. He left his entire estate to his wife, Elizabeth Lehmann Memorial 38/417

No 3

LEHMANN, Johann farmer Minlacowie Hundred of Minlacowie land grant 1880 Grant Book 19 Page 253 County Fergusson

LEHMANN, Johann Friedrich labourer Sedan 1896 Grant Book 17 Page 32 County Eyre

LEHMANN, Johann Friedrich Wilhelm farmer Sedan 1882[-1884] Memorial 184/337

No 1

LEHMANN, Johann Gottfried farmer North Rhine Co Eyre. Hundred of Caltowie land grant 1877 Grant Book 60 Page 185 County Victoria

LEHMANN, Johann Gottfried farmer Caltowie. Hundred of Caltowie land grant 1882 Grant Book 60 Page 194 County Victoria

LEHMANN, Johann Gottfried farmer North Rhine Co Eyre. Hundred of Caltowie land grant 1884 Grant Book 60 Page 195 County Victoria

LEHMANN, Johann Gottfried farmer Caltowie 1885 Memorial 173/367

No 1

LEHMANN, Johann Gottlieb farmer Hoffnungsthal near Lyndoch Valley 1853 Memorial 121/51

LEHMANN, Johann Gottlieb farmer Schönborn 1858 Memorial 105/139

LEHMANN, Johnn Gottlieb farmer near Tanunda 1859 Application 744

LEHMANN, Johann Gottlob farmer North Rhine 1872 Memorial 60/275

LEHMANN, Johann Heinrich stockholder Wilmington and Ellen Lehmann his wife 1900 Memorial 229/441

No 1 – Johann Wilhelm Lehmann; likely to be the same person

LEHMANN, Wilhelm farmer Rowlands Flat. Leased land in the Hundred of Belvidere 1859 Memorial 121/157

LEHMANN, Johann Wilhelm farmer Moppa 1860 Memorial 279/170

LEHMANN, Wilhelm farmer Greenock Co Light. Hundred of Boucaut land grant 1883 Grant Book 55 Page 41 County Stanley

No 2

LEHMANN, Wilhelm farmer Hawker 1903 Memorial 214/448

LEHMANN, Julius labourer Sedan 1896 Grant Book 17 Page 32 County Eyre

LEHMANN, Kate licensed victualler International Hotel Rundle St, Adelaide wife of George Lehmann out of business Adelaide 1893 Memorial 109/420

LEHMANN, Loftus Augustine telephone mechanic Willimott St, Glanville changed his name to Leonard Arthur Lehmann 1926 Memorial 33/496

No 1

LEHMANN, Martin farmer Saddleworth 1886 Memorial 79/377

LEHMANN, Martin farmer Hundred of Schomburgk. Hundred of Schomburgk land grant 1891 Grant Book 9 Page 218 County Burra

No 2

LEHMANN, Martin the Younger farmer North Rhine Hundred of Bagot land grant 1877 Grant Book 17 Page 232 County Eyre

LEHMANN, Martin Julius carpenter Tanunda 1923 Memorial 21/489

No 1

LEHMANN, Wilhelm farmer Caltowie. Hundred of Booyoolie land grant 1878 Grant Book 60 Page 156 County Victoria

No 1

LEHMANN, Wilhelm farmer Lameroo. Hundred of Bews land grant 1911 Grant Book 12 Page 8 County Chandos

LEHMANN, Wilhelm and August John farmers Lameroo. Hundred of Cotton land grant 1911 Grant Book 12 Page 124 County Chandos

LEHMANN, Wilhelm Julius farmer Pinnaroo. Hundred of Pinnaroo land grant 1908 Grant Book 12 Page 44 County Chandos

No 1

LEHMKUEHL/LEHMKUHL/LEHMKÜHL, Jürgen Theodor gentleman Mt Barker District 1852 Memorial 436/46

LEHMKUEHL, Juergen Theodor storekeeper Hahndorf. Member St John German Protestant Church Hahndorf 1859 Memorial 301/153

LEHMKUEHL, Juergen Theodor storekeeper Hahndorf, died 20/11/1859, aged 44. Formerly of Altona in Holstein, Denmark. Husband of Laura Ottilie Lehmkuehl nee SCHMEIDER, who was still in Hahndorf during 1860, but ‘in parts beyond the sea’ by 1862 Application 2857

No 1

LEICESTER, Frederick labourer Adelaide (Hindley St West) 1891 Memorial 168/407

LEICESTER, Frederick labourer formerly of Hindley St, Adelaide but now of East Payneham 1914 Application 26314

No 2

LEICESTER, Frederick painter and Matthew Leicester carrier both of Chicago Hundred of Yatala 1917 Memorial 141/475

No 1

LEICESTER, Richard William John miller Pt Adelaide 1872 Memorial 87/258

LEICESTER, Richard William miller's clerk Pt Adelaide 1872 Application 11909

LEICESTER, Richard William John clerk Pt Adelaide 1875 Memorial 93/282

LEICESTER, RWJ of Pt Pirie 1876 Application 15646

LEICESTER, Richard William John clerk formerly of Pt Adelaide but now of Pt Pirie 1876[-1877] Memorial 209/294, Application 16199

LEICESTER, Richard William John clerk Pt Pirie 1877 Memorial 142/298

LEICHT, Wilhelm farmer Mt Gambier 1858[-1863] Memorial 240/141

LEIGH, James labourer Adelaide 1839 Application 13603

No 1

LEIGH, William Esquire late of Little Aston Hall, Staffs, England, but now of Woodchester Park, Glos, England, power of attorney to John MOPRHETT, and in default, George MORPHETT Esquires Adelaide, to sell Town Acres 76, 85, 111, 494, 524, 525, 547, 549 South Adelaide and 893, 894, 931, 932 North Adelaide 7/8/1847 Deposit 241/OA

No 2

LEIGH, William Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now in parts beyond the seas. He sold pts Town Acre 525 in Halifax St, Adelaide to William PINK builder Adelaide. Edward John PEAKE was William Leigh's local attorney 1866 Memorial 157/217

LEIGHTON, Alexander engineer Gawler South 1868 Application 8978

No 1

LEIGHTON, Frederick blacksmith Mintaro 1853[-1857] Memorial 422/48

LEIGHTON, Frederick blacksmith Mintaro, died 20/11/1889. Husband of Julia Leighton, who died 1890. Father of Sarah Ann JESSOP Memorials 18-20/412

LEIGHTON, Frederick blacksmith Mintaro, died 20/11/1889. His widow, Julia Leighton, died 28/10/1890. His daughter, Sarah Ann ROWLANDS, died 22/8/1906. Her surviving children in 1908 included - Frederick Bowen Rowlands carette proprietor North Kensington, Julia Lillian WILSON storekeeper North Kensington, Joseph Leighton Rowlands driver Kensington, Hilda May Rowlands domestic servant Kensington Park and Stanley David Rowlands driver North Kensington 1908 Memorial 13/459

LEIGHTON, Frederick gentleman Mintaro, died 20/11/1889. His executor was William BOWMAN gentleman formerly of Martindale Hall now of Upper Wakefield. The estate worth £50. LEIGHTON, Julia widow of the late Frederick Leighton blacksmith Burra St, Mintaro, died 28/10/1890, of phthisis pulmonalis, and morbus cordis, aged 77. Sarah A ROWLANDS of Gurrs Rd, Kensington, was a daughter. Sarah Ann Rowlands wife of David Bowen Rowlands blacksmith Kensington, died 22/8/1906, of intestinal hoemorrhage, aged 63. Sarah Ann Rowlands' children included Frederick Bowen Rowlands, Joseph Leighton Rowlands, Julia Lillian WILSON, Hilda May Rowlands, and Stanley David Rowlands 1909 Application 25631

No 1

LEISHMAN, Adam of Croydon manager of the Gem Navigation Co 1910 Memorial 214/463

LEISHMAN, Adam died 2/10/1913. His widow, Helen Bissett Leishman, died 6/10/1921. Tom Cunningham Leishman formerly bank clerk Croydon but now bank official Broken Hill NSW 1928 Memorial 158/499

No 1

LEISHMAN, Edward railway porter Nairne 1902 Application 24452

LEISHMAN, Edward stationmaster Keith. Keith (Hundred of Stirling) township allotment land grant 1909 Grant Book 7 Page 100 County Buckingham. Porter-in-charge SAR Keith. Keith (Hundred of Stirling) township allotment land grant 1910 Grant Book 7 Page 101 County Buckingham

LEISHMAN, Edward now residing at Monarto 1915 Memorial 127/472

No 1

LEISHMAN, Matthew William Fleming sheep farmer Pt Lincoln 1890 Memorial 97/401

LEISHMAN, Matthew William Fleming sheepfarmer Pt Lincoln, died c1895 Memorial 116/424

LEISHMAN, Matthew William Fleming farmer Wolwolling WA and Jessie McLeod Leishman his wife 1908 a daughter of the late John ROBERTSON who died 22/6/1896 Memorial 1/459

No 1

LEISHMAN, Robert Fleming accountant Adelaide 1913 Memorial 66/469

LEISHMAN, Robert Fleming formerly accountant Adelaide but now out of business Victor Harbor 1935 Memorial 88/509

LEITCH, Harry farmer Wirreanda Co Granville. Hundred of Walloway land grant 1881 Grant Book 13 Page 223 County Dalhousie

LEITCH, Jane widow Pinda Co Frome 1891 Memorial 66/410

No 1 – the Elder

LEITCH, John and Isabella Adelaide 1850 Memorial 270/28

LEITCH, John farmer Adelaide and Isabella Leitch his wife 1853 Memorial 148/61 Hundred of Bremer land grant Co Hindmarsh 1854 Memorial 362/65

LEITCH, John currier formerly of Adelaide but now of Section 2792 Hundred of Bremer and Isabella Leitch his wife 1855[-1860] Memorial 350/80

LEITCH, John the Elder formerly of East Wellington, but now in HM Gaol at Adelaide, a prisoner for debt 1870 Memorial 170/249

No 2 – the Younger

LEITCH, John the Younger farmer Wellington on the Murray Co Sturt. Hundred of Seymour land grant 1869 Grant Book 54 Page 115 County Russell

No 3

LEITCH, John currier Brompton 1860 Memorial 63/164

LEITCH, John formerly currier Brompton 1860 but now farmer Langhorne Creek 1864 Application 4852

No 4

LEITCH, John farmer Section 521 Hundred of Ayers near Booborowie, died 1873 in the Kooringa Hospital. He left his entire estate to his wife, Janet Leitch, absolutely Memorial 82/270

LEITCH, Janet widow Hundred of Ayers Hundred of Ayers land grant 1876 Grant Book 56 Page 200 County Stanley

LEITCH, Oliver medical practitioner Pt Pirie 1918 Application 26646

LEITCH, Peter road contractor Belalie North Co Victoria. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1911 Grant Book 13 Page 211 County Dalhousie

LEITCH, Robert mason Naracoorte. Hundred of Naracoorte land grant 1900 Grant Book 50 Page 118 County Robe

No 1

LEITCH, Thomas draper Adelaide (Hanson St) 1865[-1867] Memorial 51/206

LEITCH, Thomas draper Adelaide, became a bankrupt in 1871 Memorial 220/253

No 1

LEITH, Frederick gentleman of SA 1843[-1844] Memorial 217/3

LEITH, Frederick Esquire Holdfast Bay 1844 Memorial 333/3

LEITH, John fireman Woodville 1876 Application 15636

No 1

LE LEU, Frederick Leon HM Customs Officer Le Fevre Peninsula 1876, linked with James Francis Le Leu of Le Fevre Peninsula, a minor aged 19 years 4 months, son of the late Frederick Morgan Le Leu Application 15616

LE LEU, Frederick Leon HM Civil Service Pt Adelaide 1878 Application 16643

LELEU, FL customs officer Pt Adelaide linked with Frederick Morgan Leleu labourer Le Fevre Peninsula near Pt Adelaide and Ellinor Jane Leleu his wife 1896 Memorial 215/429

LELEU, Frederick Leon civil servant Exeter 1897 Memorial 147/432

LE LEU, Frederick Leon customs clerk Semaphore 1915 Application 26428

No 1

LELEU, Frederick Morgan (Sometimes known as Frederick Leleu) labourer Le Fevre Peninsula 1864 Memorial 5/197

LELEU, Frederick Morgan mariner Le Fevre Peninsula near Pt Adelaide and Ellinor Jane Leleu his wife 1878 Memorial 56/306

LE LEU, Frederick Morgan mariner Le Fevre Peninsula 1881. His wife called Ellinor Jane Le Leu Application 18936

LE LEU, Frederick Morgan labourer Le Fevre Peninsula 1896, and Ellinor Jane Le Leu his wife, established a family trust fund in 1896. FM Le Leu master mariner Charlton St, Exeter died 19/5/1910 of senile decay, aged 80. Born in London, England. In SA 57 years. Married aged 24 years. 3 sons and 2 daughters living. 11 son deceased. Eleanor Jane Le Leu died 17/4/1916 Semaphore Rd, Semaphore, of carcinoma of the intestine and 1 year's asthenia, aged 83. Trustees in 1917 included Frederick William SAMWELL Clerk in Holy Orders formerly of Pt Adelaide now of Mt Gambier, George Warren SMITH land agent Pt Adelaide, acting for the following beneficiaries of the trust: Frederick Leon Le Leu customs officer Pt Adelaide, James Francis Le Leu engineer Maylands, and Edwin Le Leu builder Canterbury Vic Application 26560

LE LEU, James Francis shipwright Le Fevre Peninsula 1881 Application 18936

LELIEVRE, Harold Edwin jeweller Pt Pirie and Alice Isabel LeLievre his wife 1919 Application 26780

LELLIOTT, Mark labourer Kadina. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1903 Grant Book 14 Page 94 County Daly

LELLIOTT, Nicholas the Younger labourer Adelaide, eldest son and heir of the late Nicholas Peter Lelliott the Elder formerly labourer Adelaide but now deceased 1848 Memorial 208/13

LELLMANN, Eduard Emil grocer North Adelaide 1862 Memorial 8/186

No 1

LELLO, Edward Robert labourer 8 Way Tce, Allenby Gardens linked with John Clifford Lello formerly grazier Melrose but now out of business Overway Hotel, Hindley St, Adelaide 1949 Memorial 22/524

LELLO, Edward Robert formerly labourer but now hospital attendant 8 Waye Tce, Allenby Gardens linked with Lorrie Lello blacksmith Melrose 1952 Memorial 79/527

No 1

LELLO, John labourer Melrose 1919 Memorial 154/478

LELLO, John labourer Melrose father of Colin Lello grazier Melrose 1932 Memorial 34/506

LELLO, Lorrie blacksmith Melrose 1953 Application 28994

LELLY, Thomas Bell Esquire Morphett Vale 1858 Memorial 299/147

No 1

LE MAISTRE, Charles Phillip gardener Stirling East 1890 Memorial 184/402

LE MAISTRE, Charles Philip labourer Stirling East 1891 Memorial 159/411

LEMAN, James and ROBINSON, George constables Adelaide 1841 Application 3927

No 1

LEMAN, John groom Noarlunga 1853 Memorial 113/49

LEMAN, John groom formerly of Noarlunga but now of Melbourne Vic 1858 Memorial 155/148

No 1

LEMAR, John Thomas and William farmers Macclesfield 1854 Memorial 327/73

LEMAR, John Thomas farmer Macclesfield 1858 Memorial 54/135

LEMAR, John farmer Macclesfield 1890 Application 21904

LEMAR, John Thomas farmer Shady Grove near Macclesfield, died 19/5/1912. Executor; James Lemar gardener Paris Creek near Macclesfield Memorial 160/468

LEMAR, Sarah widow of John Thomas Lemar Macclesfield, died 1/11/1912, of syncope and fatty degeneration of the heart, aged 76. She married aged 19. Family - 1 son and 4 daughters living; 1 son and 1 daughter deceased Application 28033

LEMAR, Leslie Glen dairyfarmer Macclesfield, died 24/11/1949 Memorial 157/524

No 1

LEMAR, Thomas cordwainer Adelaide 1840 Application 27987

LEMAR, Thomas cordwainer Adelaide 1841 Memorial 60/16

LEMAR, Thomas yeoman Netley Farm 1842 Memorial 265/2

LE MAR, Thomas farmer Greenhill Special Survey 1859[-1881] father of John Thomas Le Mar farmer of the same place. William Le Mar same description was another son whose own sons, George Thomas Le Mar, William Henry Le Mar and Alfred Ernest Le Mar were miners Memorials 222/153, 142 & 143/336

LEMAR, William farmer Green Hills near Macclesfield died 13/9/1887. Husband of Annora Lemar, who died 18/3/1913. He left a family which included: Jane Elizabeth DYSON widow Pt Elliot 1913, Sarah Ann WYATT wife of George Wyatt labourer near Pt Adelaide 1913, Catherine WILLCOCKS wife of Henry Willcocks engine driver near Adelaide 1913, and Mary Ann PFEIFFER wife of Heinrich Pfeiffer farmer Macclesfield 1913 his daughters; and George Thomas Lemar gardener Shady Grove near Macclesfield died 10/9/1931, of cerebral arterio-sclerosis, aged 66, William Henry Lemar farmer Paris Creek who died 1946, and Alfred Edward Lemar bachelor gardener Macclesfield died 15/4/1924 of consumption aged 52, It appeared as though William Lemar had a brother called John Thomas Lemar and they were sons of Thomas Lemar farmer Green Hills Special Survey, who was still alive in 1881 Application 28596

LEMAR, William Henry farmer Paris Creek, died 27/5/1946 Memorial 123/520

No 1

LE MESSURIER, Alfred shipping agent Pt Adelaide 1881[-1884] Memorial 17/333, Application 20283

LE MESSURIER, Alfred clerk Pt Adelaide 1888 Memorial 244/391

LE MESSURIER, Alfred director of the Semaphore Baths Co 1889 Memorial 122/446

No 1

LE MESSURIER, Edward Collas clerk Pt Adelaide 1884 Application 20283

LE MESSURIER, Edward Collas and Ernest shipping agent's clerks Pt Adelaide 1886 Memorial 42/379

LE MESSURIER, Edward Collas shipping agent’s clerk Pt Adelaide, about to leave the province for a time, power of attorney to Ernest LE MESSURIER shipping agent’s clerk Pt Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 23/3/1886 Deposit 137/1886

No 1

LE MESSURIER, Ernest clerk Pt Adelaide 1884 Application 20283

LE MESSURIER, Ernest clerk Pt Adelaide 1888 Memorial 244/391

LE MESSURIER, Ernest clerk Pt Adelaide, power of attorney to Alfred LE MESSURIER shipping agent Pt Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 4/6/1888 Deposit 57/1888

No 1

LE MESSURIER, Frederick Neill medical practitioner Alberton 1924 Memorial 82/490

LEMESSURIER, Frederick Neill retired medical practitioner 68 Mills Tce, North Adelaide, died 19/5/1966. Employer of Myrtle LAFFERTY as his housekeeper. Father of John Frederick LeMessurier assistant company manager 76 Cross Road, Myrtle Bank (husband of Joan Elizabeth Catton LeMessurier) Memorial 65/535

LE MESSURIER, Janet Couper married woman Balfour St, Prospect 1925 Application 27353

No 1

LEMESSURIER, Peter shipping agent Queenstown 1857 Memorial 232/131

LEMESSURIER, Peter merchant Pt Adelaide 1866 Memorial 101/210

LE MESSURIER, Peter merchant Yatala township and Betsy Pradon Le Messurier his wife 1866 Memorial 21/217

LE MESSEURIER, Peter merchant Yatala township 1862 Memorial 70/298

LE MESSURIER, Peter shipping agent Yatala, died 3/3/1876, of fatty degeneration of the heart, liver and lungs, aged 60. His wife, Betsy Prideaux Le Messurier, died 22/4/1871 of phthisis and exhaustion, aged 52. At that time, P Le Messurier was a timber merchant 1885 Application 20484

LE MESSURIER, Peter merchant of Yatala, near Pt Adelaide, died 3/3/1876, leaving an estate worth £4,000. He gave his personal estate to his wife, Betsy Pradon Le Messurier, absolutely, with a life interest in the proceeds of the real estate and stocks and shares. Afterwards, the residual estate to go to his children in equal shares, as tenants in common. Trustees James ROBIN merchant Grenfell St, Adelaide, and John FORMBY merchant Pt Adelaide Enrolment 68/52

No 1

LEMESSURIER, Thomas clerk to Mr EDMUNDS solicitor Pt Adelaide 1869 Memorial 38/238

LEMESSURIER, Thomas clerk Portland Estate 1870 Memorial 114/247

LE MESSURIER, Thomas law clerk Pt Adelaide 1872 Memorial 79/261

No 1

LEMKE, Daniel Heinrich farmer near Gawler 1856 Memorial 446/99

LEMKE, Heinrich schoolmaster Eden Valley 1864 Memorial 344/195

LEMKE, Heinrich formerly schoolmaster Eden Valley but now postmaster Sandleton 1885 Application 20425

LEMM, August farmer Hoffnungsthal near Lyndoch Valley 1853 Memorial 121/51

LEMM, Carl August farmer near Riverton 1865 Application 6350

LEMM, Christian Friedrich Theodor blocker Tarcowie. Hundred of Tarcowie land grant 1905 Grant Book 13 Page 59 County Dalhousie

No 1 – probably the same person

LEMMEY, George agriculturalist Little Adelaide near North Adelaide 1854 Memorial 468/74

LEMMEY, George butcher Unley and Cordelia Lemmey his wife 1870 Application 10487

No 1

LEMMEY, John commission agent Bowden 1855 Memorial 315/91

LEMMEY, John commission agent Adelaide 1874 Memorial 20/276

LEMMEY, Norma May home duties Dawesley 1947 Memorial 157/521

LEMMEY, Richard linked with Section 5 Hundred of Parnaroo Co Kimberley 1890 Memorial 210/401

LEMMICH, George William bailiff Gawler 1858 Memorial 95/144

LEMMICH, John storeman Gawler 1858 Memorial 208/137

LEMON, Alfred John licensed victualler Adelaide (Royal Admiral Hindley St) 1924 Memorial 177/491

LEMON, Arnold William solicitor Clare 1949 Application 28663

No 1

LEMON, Charles farmer Myponga 1858[-1886] Memorial 117/136

LEMON, Charles farmer section 627 Survey D 1859 Memorial 284/151

LEMMON, Charles farmer Section 89, Hundred of Goolwa, Currency Creek Special Survey early 1860s. He rented his farm from the trustees of the PAGE Estate, whose SA agent was Joel ROBERTS agent Gawler Place, Adelaide Application 26563

LEMON, Charles and John farmers Myponga 1865 Application 6829

LEMON, Charles and Herschel Lemon farmers Myponga 1893[-1894] Memorial 10/418

LEMMON, Charles farmer Currency Creek 1875 Memorial 77/283

LEMMON, Charles farmer South Rd 1875 Application 14496

LEMMON/LEMON, Charles farmer South Road 1875 Application 14496 FIND

LEMON, Charles formerly of Section 627 Survey D but now storekeeper Adelaide (Waymouth St) 1875 Memorial 68/284

LEMON, Charles licensed victualler Adelaide, declared a bankrupt in 1879 Memorial 22/457

LEMMON, Charles farmer Currency Creek 1881 Application 18707

LEMON, Edward Charles and Herschel Lemon labourers Myponga 1894 Memorial 76/420

LEMON, George farmer Myponga 1883 Memorial 147/381

LEMON, Herschel farmer Myponga 1897 Memorial 152/430

No 1

LEMON, Jesse butcher Reynella 1907 Memorial 69/457

LEMON, Jesse butcher Morphett Vale 1908 Memorial 74/460

LEMON, Jesse butcher Reynella, died c1921. Husband of Margaret Lemon. Father of Thomas Lemon butcher Reynella Memorial 137/485

No 1 - likely to be the same person

LEMMON, John farrier Adelaide 1853 Memorial 176/64

LEMON, John groom Noarlunga 1853 Memorial 113/49

LEMON, John farmer Lovely Valley near Yankalilla 1862 Memorial 144/185

No 1

LEMMON, John Noah blacksmith Adelaide 1845[-1851] Memorial 452/4

LEMMON, John Noah of Tam O'Shanter Place off Grenfell St, died c1873. Husband of Sarah Lemmon Memorial 88/321

LEMON, M clerk to Messrs MOULDEN & Sons solicitors Adelaide 1915 Memorial 182/472

LEMON, Thomas butcher Reynella 1937 Application 28081

No 1

LEMMON, William Clerk of the Local Court Clare 1851 Memorial 154/33

LEMON, William gentleman Clare 1856 Memorial 84/127

LENANE, James (sometimes called James LEONARD) cab proprietor Adelaide (Gilbert St), died c1899. Father of Patrick Lawrence Lenane, Catherine DAVEY, Peter Lenane, Mary GARDNER, Bridget FORD, Margaret ELLARD, Martin Lenane and Winifred Lenane. All children to inherit his estate equally. The share of any deceased children to go to the St Vincent De Paul Orphanage, Goodwood. Executor; Patrick Leonard carter West Thebarton and Michael MURPHY labourer West Thebarton Memorial 154/438

LENANE, Patrick smelter Kapunda 1866 Memorial 3/215

LENARTOWIE, Franz farmer Peterborough. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1925 Grant Book 13 Page 215 County Dalhousie

LENCKE, Ernst Friedrich egg merchant Greenock 1865 Memorial 110/203

No 1

LENGER, Albert Gustav farmer Finniss 1898 Memorial 249/434

LENGER, Albert Gustav farmer Mannum Co Eyre. Pinnaroo (Hundred of Pinnaroo) township allotment land grant 1907 Grant Book 12 Page 74 County Chandos

LENGER, Auguste Bertha, Louise Pauline and Anna Maria Elisabeth spinsters Harrogate 1886 Application 21054

LENGER, Johann Gottlob farmer Harrogate 1886 Application 21054

No 1

LENGNICK, Ferdinand Wilhelm pork butcher Norwood 1865 Application 6075

LENGNICK, Ferdinand sausagemaker Norwood 1868 Memorial 178/234

No 1

LENIHAN, Emily Mary and LENIHAN, Catherine Agatha spinsters Salisbury 1913 Application 26183

LENIHAN, Emily Mary and LENIHAN, Catherine Agatha spinsters Methuen St, Prospect, aged 67 and 65 years old in 1940, declared they were born in Salisbury and lived there until 1914. They were the granddaughters of a Salisbury pioneer farmer, Michael KELLY, who settled in the district in the early 1850s. His daughter, Mary Kelly, married Denis Lenihan. Dennis Lenihan died 7/5/1912. Michael Kelly's old farm house was used for many years to store stone, wood and farming machinery Application 28258

LENIHAN, Emily Mary spinster 7 Methuen St, Prospect, aged 78 in 1952, declared that she had been born in Salisbury and lived there until 1914. Her father, Denis Lenihan, rented land from a Mrs SYMES who died before 1912. She was a relative to Mrs J ELLIS of Sheffield St, Malvern, who claimed a relationship with the Symes family. By 1913, Mrs Ellis had vanished without trace from her Malvern address Application 28855

LENN, Robert mason Terowie 1882 Memorial 48/344

LENNEL, Edward labourer Pine Forest 1849 Memorial 472/15

LENNIE, Andrew labourer Pt Adelaide 1856 Memorial 277/109

LENNON, Arthur farmer Pandappa Dam 1892 Memorial 180/413

No 1 - likely to be the same person

LENNON, James constable Bowden 1840 Application 17899

LENNON, James labourer Bowden 1846 Memorial 432/6

LENNON, James turnkey Adelaide Gaol 1847[-1849] Memorial 52/8 Landholder Adelaide 1851 Memorial 497/29

LENNON, James farmer Coromandel Valley 1853[-1855] Memorial 481/59

LENNON, James formerly HM Gaol guard Adelaide but now of Clarendon 1854 Memorial 1251/71

LENNON, James farmer Section 1813 Hundred of Kanmantoo 1857 Memorial 348/116

LENNON, James farmer [formerly of Kanmantoo but now of] Clare 1858 Memorial 68/138

No 1

LENNON, Thomas labourer Hindmarsh 1875[-1879] Memorial 68/285

No 2

LENNON, Thomas the Younger farmer Mintaro Co Stanley. Hundred of Whyte land grant 1879 Grant Book 60 Page 54 County Victoria

No 1

LENNON, William of Clare Co Stanley 1849 Memorial 278/18

LENNON, William clerk of the Local Court Clare 1854[-1860] Memorial 304/61

LENNON, William gentleman Clare Hundred of Clare land grant 1858 Grant Book 56 Page 27 County Stanley

LENNON, William auctioneer Clare 1864[-1876] Memorial 75/195

LENNON, William land agent Clare 1867[-1879] Memorial 50/220

LENNON, William agent Clare 1877 Application 16459

LENNON, William agent Clare 1886 Memorial 147/375

LENORD, Michael blacksmith Adelaide 1866[-1868] Memorial 131/214

LENTHALL, Simeon butcher Kapunda 1854[-1856] Memorial 15/64

No 1 – perhaps the same person

LEO, Patrick labourer Chinkford Co Light. Hundred of Black Rock Plain land grant 1880 Grant Book 13 Page 108 County Dalhousie

LEO, Patrick farmer Pamatta trustee unnamed School Hundred of Eurilpa Hundred of Eurilpa land grant 1888 Grant Book 28 Page 60 County Granville

No 1

LEON, Gustavus apothecary Pt Adelaide 1853[-1854] Memorial 185/51

LEON, Gustavus apothecary Adelaide 1856[-1859] Memorial 143/120

LEON, Gustav chemist Kooring 1859. He transferred his business in trust to Friedrich Wilhelm GEYER chemist Adelaide, to sell for him. He had stock worth £250 from Julius Leon Frankfurt am Main Enrolment 95/39

LEON, Gustavus chemist Kooringa 1859 Memorial 245/149

LEON, Gustavus of Hahndorf 1866 Application 9730

LEONARD family - Application 19023

No 1

LEONARD, Alfred auctioneer Glenelg 1877 Memorial 222/301

LEONARD, Alfred auctioneer Glenelg 1877 Application 16437

LEONARD, Antonio stevedore Portland Estate 1885 Application 20494

LEONARD, Charles James farmer Nairne 1874 Memorial 117/277

LEONARD, Charles Osborne farmer Black Swamp near Currency Creek 1890[-1893] Memorial 231/404

LEONARD, Clover farmer Wauraltee trustee Wesleyan Methodist Church Hundred of Wauraltee land grant 1879 Grant Book 19 Page 222 County Fergusson

LEONARD, Dominick labourer Portland Estate 1874[-1888] Memorial 80/272

LEONARD, Edward police constable Adelaide Co Adelaide. Cockburn (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1886 Grant Book 65 Page 165 County Not named

LEONARD, Ernest Murray labourer Gracechurch St, Portland Estate 1909 Application 25651

No 1

LEONARD, James and John Clover Leonard farmers Yankalilla 1858[-1859] Memorial 219/136

LEONARD, James Minister of religion Bentley Gawler Hills near Gawler 1866 Memorial 33/209

No 2

LEONARD, James miller Second Valley 1875 Memorial 169/285

LEONARD, James miller Second Valley Pt Victoria township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 19 Page 202 County Fergusson

LEONARD, James farmer Wauraltee trustee Wesleyan Methodist Church Hundred of Wauraltee land grant 1879 Grant Book 19 Page 222 County Fergusson

LEONARD, James storekeeper Wauraltee Hundred of Wauraltee land grant 1893 Grant Book 19 Page 226 County Fergusson

No 3

LEONARD, James gentleman Angaston 1880 Application 18082

No 4

LEONARD, James and Charles LOW merchants Eudunda trading under the firm and style of Leonard & Co 1882 Memorial 3/344

LEONARD, James wood merchant Eudunda 1882 Memorial 239/345

No 5

LEONARD, James accountant Tanunda 1883 Memorial 70/348

No 6

LEONARD, James labourer Adelaide 1890 Memorial 68/401

No 7

LEONARD, James carter Queenstown 1897 Application 23310

No 1

LEONARD, John and Thomas farmers Mt Barker 1853[-1855] Memorial 188/48.

LEONARD, John the Elder farmer Greenhills near Macclesfield, died between 1862-1882. The real estate to go to his sons, John Leonard the Younger and Michael Leonard farmers Greenhills near Macclesfield, with the sons to provide for their sisters, Mary, Catherine and Bridget Leonard as each girl turned 21 years. The testator's wife, Margaret Leonard, to inherit her husband's personal estate for life, then equally to their 5 children. Thomas Leonard farmer Greenhills the testator's brother and Michael O'Dea farmer Greenhills the testator's brother-in-law Memorial 77/339

No 1

LEONARD, John Clover miller McLaren Vale 1857[-1862] Memorial 51/126

LEONARD, JC of Finniss Vale, Rapid Bay 1860[-1869] Memorial 92/164

LEONARD, John Clover and James millers Rapid Bay 1864 Application 5162

LEONARD, John Clover and LEONARD, James formerly farmers Yankalilla 1858. By 1877, JC Leonard was a miller at Finniss Vale and James Leonard farmed at Maitland Application 16129

LEONARD, John Clover formerly of Rapid Bay but now of Wauraltee 1876 Memorial 55/315

LEONARD, John of Pt Victoria trustee cemetery Hundred of Wauraltee land grant 1879 Grant Book 19 Page 222 County Fergusson

LEONARD, John Clover of Wauraltee 1885 Memorial 51/364

LEONARD, John Clover farmer Wauraltee, Yorke Peninsula 1886. Most likely related to Sarah Clover BUTTERWORTH wife of Eli Butterworth miller Yankalilla Application 27726

LEONARD, John Clover farmer Wauraltee Hundred of Wauraltee land grant 1886 Grant Book 19 Page 225 County Fergusson

LEONARD, John Clover farmer Wauraltee 1887 Memorial 238/382

LEONARD, John Matthew storekeeper Elliston Elliston (Hundred of Ward) township allotment land grant 1882 Grant Book 48 Page 43 County Musgrave

No 1 FIND CHECK RUN

LEONARD, Michael carpenter Normanville 1860 Application 1979

LEONARD, Michael farmer Cocoanut. Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1882 Grant Book 14 Page 420 County Daly

LEONARD, John Clover farmer Arthurton Co Daly. Hundred of Wauraltee land grant 1892 Grant Book 19 Page 225 County Fergusson

No 1

LEONARD, Martin farmer Weaner Flat. Edithburgh township allotment land grant 1872 Grant Book 19 Page 487 County Fergusson

LEONARD, Martin farmer Oaklands Yorke Peninsula .Hundred of Moorowie land grant 1883 Grant Book 19 Page 35 County Fergusson

LEONARD, Martin farmer Yorke Peninsula. Hundred of Dalrymple land grant 1878 Grant Book 19 Page 137 County Fergusson

LEONARD, Michael farmer Hundred of Dalrymple 1880 Grant Book 19 Page 140 County Fergusson

No 1

LEONARD, Michael John licensed victualler Adelaide (Saracen's Head Carrington St) 1881 Memorial 46/334

LEONARD, Michael John licensed victualler Adelaide, died c1882 intestate. Letters of administration to Joseph Leonard gentleman Adelaide to settle the estate Memorial 175/345

No 1 – perhaps the same person FIND CHECK RUN

LEONARD, Patrick farmer Bull Creek 1864[-1871] Memorial 333/198

LEONARD, Patrick farmer Greens Plains. Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1877[-1879] Grant Book 14 Page 415 County Daly

LEONARD, Patrick farmer Warooka Yorke Peninsula. Hundred of Dalrymple land grant 1880 Grant Book 19 Page 141 County Fergusson

LEONARD, Patrick farmer Cleve Franklin Harbour. Trustee Institute Cleve Cleve (Hundred of Yadnarie) township allotment land grant 1894 Grant Book 39 Page 89 County Jervois

No 1

LEONARD, Thomas the Elder and Thomas the Younger farmers Macclesfield 1857[-1861] Memorial 161/113

LEONARD, Thomas farmer Meadows 1868 Application 9319

LEONARD, Thomas farmer [formerly of Macclesfield but now of] Adelaide 1882 Memorial 75/339

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

LEONARD, Thomas [possibly the Younger] licensed victualler Kapunda 1864[-1865] Memorial 319/199

LEONARD, Thomas yeoman Kapunda and Margaret Leonard his wife formerly Margaret GLYNN widow of the late James Glynn formerly publican Kapunda now deceased, who died 23/7/1862 intestate. The Glynns had two daughters - Mary Ann Glynn now aged 10 years and Bridget Elizabeth Glynn now aged 7 years 1867 Memorial 101/218

No 1

LEONARD, Walter gentleman McLaren Vale 1850 Memorial 262/27

LEONARD, Walter miller McLaren Vale 1852 Memorial 181/40

No 1

LEONARD, Walter Thomas miller Willunga 1856 Memorial 98/103

LEONARD, Walter Thomas miller Willunga 1858 Application 65

LEONARD, Walter Thomas farmer Strathalbyn. Hundred of Strathalbyn land grant 1858 Grant Book 37 Page 99 County Hindmarsh

No 1

LEOPOLD, CTL blacksmith Peter's Hill near Riverton 1874 Memorial 213/273

LEOPOLD, Christian Traugott Leberecht of Arden Vale Co Newcastle 1888[-1897] Memorial 104/389

LEOPOLD, Friedrich Wilhelm butcher Greenock 1858[-1865] Memorial 133/144

No 1

LEOPOLD, Johann Carl August butcher formerly of Bethany but now of Tanunda 1856 Memorial 153/98

LEOPOLD, Johann Carl August butcher Bethanien and Maria Dorothea Leopold his wife 1858 linked with Julius Wilhelm Leopold butcher Angas Park Memorial 115/137

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

LEOPOLD, Carl butcher Bethanien 1853 Memorial 276/56

LEOPOLD, Carl the Elder butcher Langmeil 1854 Memorial 22/67

LEOPOLD, Carl the Elder otherwise known as Johann Carl Friedrich Leopold butcher Tanunda 1854, later licensed victualler Tanunda 1856 Application 5548

LEOPOLD, Carl the Younger butcher near Tanunda 1858 Memorial 128/137

LEOPOLD, Johann Carl Friedrich licensed victualler Tanunda 1855 Memorial 139/96

LEOPOLD, Johann Carl Friedrich farmer Tanunda 1856 Memorial 245/102

LEOPOLD, Johann Carl Friedrich butcher Victorville 1867 Application 8302

No 1

LEOPOLD, Julius Wilhelm of Greenock 1857 Memorial 1/124

LEOPOLD, Julius Wilhelm dealer Tanunda 1865 Memorial 30/207

LEOPOLD, Julius Wilhelm labourer Hahndorf 1876 Application 15147

LEOPOLD, Julius Wilhelm labourer Hahndorf, rented a house 21 Victoria Street 1880 Application 18060

No 1

LEOPOLDT, Gerdt blacksmith Norwood 1852[-1884] Memorial 417/40

LEOPOLDT, Gerdt gentleman Kent Town 1854[-1855] Memorial 285/73

LEOPOLDT, Gerdt licensed victualler Kent Town 1860 Application 1062

LEOPOLDT, Gerdt retired blacksmith Sydenham Road, Norwood, about to depart for parts beyond the sea, power of attorney to Louis Charles JACOBS warehousean Norwood, to manage his SA business affairs 1884 Application 20212

LEOPOLDT, Gerd gentleman Sydenham Rd, Norwood and Christine Leopoldt his wife agreed to a judicial separation in 1881. G Leopoldt to pay his wife £1/10/- a week for the rest of her life. If the couple became reconciled and lived together again or if Mrs Leopoldt 'should commit adultery with any person or persons whomsoever or shall marry again whether before or after the death of the said Gerd Leopoldt' the money no longer to be paid Memorial 217/331

LEOPOLD, Gerdt out of business Norwood 1884 Memorial 148/359

No 1

LE PAGE, Daniel bricklayer Adelaide (Eliza St) 1857 Memorial 326/113

LE PAGE, Daniel bricklayer Stepney 1859 Memorial 260/153

LE PAGE, Daniel builder Stepney 1862 Application 3426

LE PAGE, Daniel bricklayer formerly of Eliza St, Adelaide 1857 now of Stepney 1864 Application 5498

No 1 - likely to be the same person

LE PAGE, Ernest James warehouseman Adelaide 1903 Memorial 113/448

LE PAGE, Ernest James accountant St Peters 1930 Memorial 74/503

No 1

LE PAGE, Herbert Stuart formerly ironmonger Perth WA but now of Mantung near Loxton 1914[-1935] Memorial 80/471

LEPAGE, Herbert Stuart retired farmer Havelock St, Kapunda, died 15/5/1947 Memorial 80/522

No 1

LE PAGE, Thomas storekeeper Norwood 1867 Memorial 124/224

LE PAGE, Thomas storeman King William St, Kent Town, died 23/7/1888. Husband of Martha Elizabeth Le Page Memorial 195/393

LE PAGE, Martha Elizabeth widow formerly of King William St, Kent Town, but then of Carrington St, Adelaide, died 2/5/1902. Executors: Ernest James Le Page accountant and Elizabeth Amy STANBURY widow both of Adelaide. Herbert Stuart Le Page ironmonger Perth WA also belonged to this family Memorials 65 & 72/447

LE PAGE, Thomas Newbury saddler Koolunga 1904[-1927] Memorial 185/450, Application 26944

LE PETIT, Jaques Louis gentleman Adelaide and Maria Le Petit his wife 1851 Memorial 458/38

LE POIDEVIN, Daniel farmer Morphett Vale 1857 Memorial 58/116

LE POIDEVIN, Richard farmer Morphett Vale 1893[-1906] Memorial 249/416, Application 25153

No 1

LE POIDEVIN, Richard Gordon carrier Morphett Vale 1931 Memorial 18/504

LEPOIDEVIN, Richard Gordon of Morphett Vale, aged 71 in 1960, declared that he had been born in Morphett Vale and had lived there all his life Application 29403

No 1

LEPPINUS, Edmund Paul Max gentleman Payneham Road, St Peters 1922, and Olive Leppinus his wife daughter of John Turner who died 19/10/1884, and Ann Turner, who died 10/2/1908 Memorial 11/485

LEPPINUS, Olive married woman St Peters 1914 Application 26371

LE PRICE, Alfred clerk to PADMAN & Co of Adelaide 1863 Memorial 109/187

LEPSIOMB, Charles of Pt Adelaide, died 7/12/1881 intestate. Letters of administration to his wife, Ellen Lepsiomb, to settle his £500 estate Memorial 180/339

LERAY, John carpenter North Woodside 1885 Application 20737

No 1

LERAY, James, died 8/2/1895. His wife, Sarah Leray, died 21/2/1933. James Leray erected a weatherboard cottage in Angas St, Alberton in c1888. Eaten away by white ants, the cottage had to be demolished in c1945. The Leray daughter, Mary Louisa McKay married woman of Angas St, Alberton, aged 73 years in 1948, gave the above information Application 28623

LERAY, Sarah widow Alberton, died 21/2/1933. Mother of Thomas LeRay clerk West Croydon, Amelia LIETZ wife of Adolph Lietz butcher Queenstown, Mary Louisa MCKAY wife of Cornelius McKay storeman Yatala township, Emma MEYER widow West Croydon, Elsie CRABB wife of Alfred Crabb clerk Prospect, and Susan HEDGER wife of James Hedger gardener Parkside. Estate worth £177 Memorial 179/518

No 1

LERWILL, John grocer's and ironmonger's assistant Adelaide 1875. Heir at law for the late Thomas Lerwill formerly carpenter Magill 1852 Application 14653

LERWILL, John of The Parade, Norwood 1885 Memorial 31/504

No 1

LERWILL, Thomas carpenter Adelaide 1843 Memorial 246/3

LERWILL, Thomas 34 carpenter Fourth Creek married Elizabeth WHITE 26 spinster Fourth Creek on 10/1/1849 St John's Halifax St Adelaide. Witnesses: Jacob and Esther White. Thomas Lerwill died 20/12/1853 intestate, of bronchitis, aged 42. Eldest son, John, born 18/5/1849 Twyford, baptised 16/12/1849 St George's Magill, inherited as heir at law. The only other child, Thomas, was born April 1853, died 10/12/1853, of teething, aged 8 months. By 1875, John Lerwill was an ironmonger's assistant Adelaide Application 14653

LESAUVAGE, John of Copperlinka Oulnina NE 1884 Memorial 18/361

No 1

LESCHEN, Adolph gymnastics instructor Adelaide (Wakefield St) 1893 Memorial 2/419

LESCHEN, Adolph Heinrich and Hugo Robert William Leschen gymnasiun proprietors Adelaide (Pt TA 165 Pirie St on leased land belonging to the Wyatt Benevolent Institution Inc) 1898 Memorial 10/436

LESCHEN, Carl accountant Wirrabara 1885 Memorial 178/372

LESCHEN, Hugo teacher of gymnastics Adelaide 1896 Memorial 56/429

No 1

LESCHEN, Wilhelm bank clerk English, Scottish and Australian Chartered Bank Yarrowie 1886 Memorial 223/378

LESCHEN, Wilhelm bank manager Booleroo Centre 1893[-1897] Memorial 152/419

LESCHKE, Johann Carl the Elder labourer Lobethal married Bertha PAULKE in 1865. She was the daughter of Traugott Paulke and Henriette Ernestine Paulke. Henriette Paulke died c1880 Lobethal. Bertha Leschke died 10/2/1900 Lobethal. Bertha Leschke's only sister, Henriette JANETZKI, died c1900 Vic. A family conference after Traugott Paulke's death on 20/10/1856 decided that his widow would remain on the family property for life, then Johann Carl Leschke the Elder would inherit the estate. In 1909, he transferred the property to his son, Johann Carl Leschke the Younger gardener Lobethal Application 25620

LESKE, Amanda Victoria spinster Sheaoak Log and DARLING, Alma Laura Gertrude nee Leske, wife of Lawrence Charles Darling orchardist Ramco Murray River 1919 Application 26783

No 1

LESKE, August farmer Sheaoak Log and Juliane Leske his wife 1899 Memorial 72/438

LESKE, August farmer Sheaoak Log and Julianne Leske his wife. Amanda Victoria Leske and Alma Laura Gertrude Leske spinsters Sheaoak Log belonged to this family 1912 Memorial 167/467

No 1

LESKE, Carl Ludwig farmer Williamstown 1887 Memorial 219/383

LESKE, Carl Ludwig farmer near Williamstown died 17/12/1903. Estate worth £2,300. Father of Ernst and Adolph Leske farmers near Freeling; also Eduard and Reinhold farmers near Williamstown and Rosalie Leske spinster (all living with their father). The testator's wife still alive but not described Memorial 183/452

LESKE, Johanne Juliane widow Lobethal formerly Johanne Juliane HAUFFE widow of Johann Gottfried Hauffe farmer Lobethal. Her children included Auguste Maria Hauffe spinster Lobethal, Hanna Lydia KLOCKE wife of Gottlieb Klocke of Tanunda, Juliane Martha HERBST nee Hauffe widow Lobethal, Pauline Auguste MCSKIMMING nee Hauffe wife of John McSkimming farmer Caltowie, Karoline Amalie Hauffe spinster Lobethal, Emilie Maria Hauffe spinster Lobethal, Joseph Traugott Hauffe farmer Palmer 1886 Application 20836

LESKE, Johann Friedrich farmer Lyndoch Valley 1854 Memorial 320/92

LESKE, Johann Gottfried farmer Blumberg early 1858 Memorial 306/136 Farmer Bethanien mid-1858 Memorial 307/136

No 1

LESKE, Samuel farmer Hoffnungsthal 1853[-1854] Memorial 328/54

LESKE, Samuel farmer Hoffnungsthal, died c1858. He left estate to his widow, Anna Dorothea Leske, his daughter Juliane Leske, and his sons, Carl and Johann Gottfried Leske Memorial 43/141

LESLIE, Alexander Albion hotelkeeper Governor Hindmarsh Hotel Bowden 1918[-1921] Memorial 141/477

No 1

LESLIE, Alfred George Sinclair clerk Queenstown 1903 Application 24595

LESLIE, Alfred George Sinclair lineman Queenstown and Edith Anna Leslie his wife 1913 Application 26179

No 1

LESLIE, Andrew linked with Section 441 Hundred of Kuitpo 1884 Memorial 169/360

LESLIE, Andrew contractor Bigg Flat. Hundred of Kuitpo land grant 1908 Grant Book 2 Page 101 County Adelaide

LESLIE, Ann McLean widow Strathalbyn 1849 Memorial 117/17

No 1

LESLIE, Donald blacksmith McLaren Vale 1845[-1873] Memorial 475/86

LESLIE, Donald machinist McLaren Vale 1867 Memorial 226/231

LESLIE, Donald blacksmith McLaren Vale, had the following children - Simon Leslie, Rubina Leslie, Robert Leslie, William Leslie, Jane Leslie and John Leslie 1856 Memorial 240/292

LESLIE, Donald machinist McLaren Vale 1873 Application 12476

No 1 - likely to be the same person

LESLIE, Gordon farmer Hindmarsh 1857 Memorial 277/115

LESLIE, Gordon farmer Gepps Cross 1864 Memorial 24/199

LESLIE, Christina dairy keeper Hindmarsh 1890 Application 21809

LESLIE, Gordon 21 farmer married Christina Cook 22 on 29/7/1852 Mr Cook's home Hindmarsh. William and Mary-Ann BREMNER witnessed the ceremony, which John GARDNER performed (no description). Gordon Leslie farmer Woodville died 3/10/1877 Adelaide Lunatic Asylum, of chronic mania and exhaustion, aged 60. Christina widow Hindmarsh 1878. Sister to Robert Cook out of business Hindmarsh Application 16736

LESLIE, Christina widow dairy keeper Hindmarsh 1892 Application 22284

LESLIE, Christina widow John St, Hindmarsh, died 5/10/1898. Estate worth £50. She left her estate to her daughters, Ellen, Fanny and Julia Leslie, and her son Charles Ernest James Leslie formerly tram driver now greengrocer John St, Hindmarsh by 1920 Application 26851

No 1

LESLIE, J of 1 Eton St, Malvern 1922 Memorial 76/486

No 2

LESLIE, J solicitor Nuriootpa 1927 Memorial 83/498

No 1

LESLIE, John Esquire Aberdeen Scotland. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1849 Grant Book 1 Page 6 County Adelaide

No 2 – perhaps a continuation of No 1

LESLIE, John farmer McLaren Vale 1854 Section 2771 Hundred of Bremer land grant where the township of Langhorne Creek was established with several other entrepreneurs Memorial 249/79

LESLIE, John farmer Currency Creek 1861 Application 2049

LESLIE, John farmer Langhorne Creek 1864 Application 5026

LESLIE, John farmer [formerly of McLaren Vale but now of] Langhorne Creek 1865[-1866] Memorial 105/206

LESLIE, John farmer Angas Plains 1885 Application 20431

LESLIE, John farmer Angas Plains 1879 Memorial 50/317

LESLIE, John formerly farmer Angas Plains but then out of business Strathalbyn, died 14/7/1901. Husband of Mary Leslie. Father of Simon Leslie, John Aird Leslie, James Leslie and Isabella Leslie 1906 Memorial 190/455

No 2

LESLIE, John farmer near Canowie. Hundred of Whyte land grant 1877 Grant Book 60 Page 52 County Victoria

LESLIE, John Aird out of business formerly of Angas Plains but then of Strathalbyn [son of John Leslie], died 20/12/1910. His family as of 1923 - his widow Alice Hannah Leslie of Angas Plains. Brothers - James Leslie labourer Adelaide and Simon Leslie farmer Langhorne Creek Memorial 62/487

No 1

LESLIE, John farmer Willunga 1855 [Uncertain whether he was still at Willunga in 1856 when he leased out the land] Memorial 279/103

perhaps then

LESLIE, John farmer Strathalbyn 1856[-1869] Memorial 194/238

LESLIE, John Lewis farmer near Langhorne Creek 1949, was a son of John Aird Leslie farmer Angas Plains, who died 20/12/1910, and a grandson of John Leslie who died 14/7/1901 Application 28626

.LESLIE, Simon farmer and storekeeper Langhorne Creek 1923 Application 27193

LESLIE, William mason Langhorne Creek 1891 Memorial 23/451

No 1

LESLIE, William Wood schoolmaster Alberton 1856 Memorial 193/96

LESLIE, William Wood schoolmaster Queenstown 1857[-1876] Memorial 215/118

LESLIE, William Wood schoolmaster Queenstown 1858 Application 140

LESLIE, William Wood school master Pt Adelaide trustee Pt Adelaide Presbyterian Church 1882 Application 19149

LESLIE, William Wood gentleman Pt Adelaide 1884 Memorial 152/492

LESLIE, William Wood formerly schoolmaster but now postmaster Queenstown near Pt Adelaide 1884. William Wood Leslie schoolmaster High St, Queenstown, died 18/9/1915, aged 91 Memorials 153 & 157/492

LESLIE, William Wood schoolmaster Queenstown and Emma Leslie his wife 1901 Memorial 111/443

LESLIE, William Wood retired teacher High St, Queenstown 1905, declared that he was Clerk of the District Council of Queenstown and Alberton in 1878 Application 24893

LESLIE, William Wood out of business Queenstown 1908, declared that he had lived in Queestown for 52 years and still resided there. Between 1866-1869 and 1875-1883, he served as Clerk to the District Council of Queenstown and Alberton Application 25482

LESLIE, William Wood born 16/5/1824 married on 27/6/1863 Emma nee ? born 10/5/1842. He was a teacher, living in Long St, North Queenstown. Both the Leslies were still alive in 1912, by which time, WW Leslie was retired. James PAGE Consul for Switzerland, Brookman's Building, Grenfell St, Adelaide 1912, had been friendly with both the Leslies since before their marriage from 1850 Application 26150

LESSAU, JA undertaker Adelaide 1880 Application 26383

LESSEY, Richard labourer Gumeracha 1857 Memorial 37/115

No 1

LESTER, Alfred J clerk to Arthur HARDY solicitor Adelaide 1855 Memorial 424/89

No 1

LESTER, Alfred James of Modbury 1870[-1874] Memorial 94/244

LESTER, Alfred James farmer formerly of Modbury but now of Smithfield linked with George Theodore Lester farmer formerly of Modbury but now of Athelstone 1878 Memorial 1/307

No 1

LESTER, Frederick farmer Dry Creek 1843[-1849] Memorial 29/3 Property called Bush Villa/Bushville 1849[-1850] Memorials 14/14, 144/17

LESTER, Frederick farmer Dry Creek, died c1850. Husband of Dymphna Lester widow Modbury. Probably father of Maria Charlotte Rebecca Lester spinster Modbury, and Alfred James Lester, George Theodore Lester and Francis Frederick Lester farmers Modbury 1870 Memorial 95/244

LESTER, Frederick of Bush Villa, Dry Creek, near Adelaide, died 13/8/1850. Personal estate to his wife, Dymphna Lester, who also had a life interest in the real estate, of his farm. After her death, the real estate went to his living children, in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant. Trustees: his wife, James NIHILL farmer Dry Creek, and the testator's friend William LILLECRAPP farmer Gumeracha. Estate worth £400. The Lester children appeared to be Francis Frederick LESTER farmer Modbury, Alfred James Lester farmer formerly Modbury, but now of Pt Wakefield, George Theodore Lester farmer formerly Modbury, now of Athelstone, Charlotte Rebekah Lester spinster Modbury 5/7/1877 Deposit 6/1870

LESTER, Frederick Bush Villa, Dry Creek near Adelaide had died by 1870. His wife Dymphna Lester died at Almond Vale, Modbury, on 22/9/1873, of phthisis, aged 58. Children - Francis Frederick Lester, Alfred James Lester, George Theodore Lester, Charlotte Rebekah Lester. James Francis Cudmore Esquire New Glenelg gave this informtion 1883 Application 19994

LESTER, Dymphna widow Adelaide (North Tce) 1855 Memorial 114/91

LESTER, Dymphna widow near Inglewood, with a life interest in her late husband's estate. Children living in 1872 included - Maria Charlotte Rebecaa Lester spinster Modbury, Alfred James Lester bushman Wentworth NSW, George Theodore Lester farmer Modbury and Francis Frederick Lester farmer Modbury Application 12333

No 1

LESTER, Henry labourer Pt Adelaide 1854[-1855] Memorial 96/78

LESTER, Henry storeman Queenstown 1861 Memorial 167/175

LESTER, Henry gentleman Wallaroo. Moonta (Hundred of Wallaroo) township allotment land grant 1863 Grant Book 14 Page 102 County Daly

LESTER, Henry formerly storeman Queenstown 1858 but now licensed victualler Wallaroo Bay 1864 Application 5267

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

LESTER, Henry licensed victualler Strathalbyn 10-year lease at £200 a year of the Strathalbyn Hotel from Richard HOOPER gentleman Strathalbyn 1866 Memorial 17/216

No 1 - involving the Elder and Younger [difficult to reconcile Brighton and Walkerville dates]

LESTER, Herbert draper Adelaide in partnership with James Mitchell (next to or in Clark Buildings on the north side of Hindley St) 1851 Memorial 429/29

LESTER, Herbert [formerly draper Adelaide but now] gentleman Brighton 1855 Memorial 190/91

LESTER, Herbert draper Adelaide and Deborah Lester his wife 1855[-1856] Memorial 469/89

LESTER, Herbert storekeeper Gawler 1858 Memorial 242/138

LESTER, Herbert storekeeper formerly of Gawler but now of Adelaide [Walkerville?] and Deborah Lester his wife formerly Deborah DREW spinster 1867 Memorial 36/232

LESTER, Herbert of Walkerville 1866 Memorial 184/216

LESTER, Herbert storekeeper Walkerville 1868 Application 9126

LESTER, Herbert the Elder draper Adelaide and his wife Deborah Lester. Herbert Lester died 30/4/1874. He had lived in Walkerville since 1856. Father of Herbert Lester the Younger Application 16957

LESTER, Deboroh widow Adelaide linked with Herbert Lester trader Adelaide 1878 Memorial 214/309

LESTER, Herbert trader Adelaide 1876, linked with Deborah Lester widow Adelaide Application 15577

No 1

LESTER, Maria Charlotte Rebekah spinster Modbury 1875 Memorial 95/244

LESTER, Maria Charlotte Rebekah admitted to the Parkside Mental Hospital on 25/4/1883. She still remained there in 1921 Memorial 194/482, Application 27002

LESTER, Maria Charlotte Rebekah spinster Modbury daughter of Frederick and Dymphna Lester 1889 Application 21678

LESTER, Peter Edward french polisher Clarence Park. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1908 Grant Book 2 Page 18 County Adelaide

No 1

L'ESTRANGE, Henry gentleman Mt Remarkable linked wih Savile L'Estrange gentleman Riverton 1863 Memorial 38/187

L’ESTRANGE, Henry Esquire Melrose Mt Remarkable Hundred of Wongyarra land grant 1866 Grant Book 23 Page 75 County Frome

L'ESTRANGE, Henry gentleman Mt Remarkable 1869 Memorial 247/241

L'ESTRANGE, Henry settler Adelaide mortgaged the lease of Nangwarry Station, 'partly in the province of SA and partly in the colony of Victoria' 1872 Memorial 132/261

No 1

L'ESTRANGE, Savile gentleman Riverton 1862[-1863] Memorial 159/181

L'ESTRANGE, Savile sheep farmer Mosquito Plains 1864 Memorial 20/194

No 1

LETCHER, James miner Adelaide took out an assigned lease on the Clarendon Hotel Hindley St, Adelaide 1853 Memorial 205/60

LETCHER, James gentleman Adelaide 1857 Memorial 161/118

LETCHFIELD, Frederick Burnett station master Salisbury 1875 Memorial 8/284

No 1

LETCHFORD, Charles the Younger publican Adelaide (Young Queen's Inn, Freeman St) 1853 Memorial 399/54 Publican Adelaide 1854[-1856] Memorial 292/62

LETCHFORD, Charles licensed victualler Adelaide 1860 Application 1346

LETCHFORD, Charles formerly landlord Young Queen's Inn Adelaide 1854 now gentleman late of Adelaide 1865. His attorney was William Letchford Application 6224

LETCHFORD, Frank clerk Glenelg assistant to S? MAYFIELD & Sons 1881 Application 18985

LETCHFORD, Frederick gentleman now residing in Melbourne Vic 1853 Memorial 215/54 Linked with Charles Letchford publican Adelaide and his wife Mary Letchford 1854 Memorial 204/68

No 1

LETCHFORD, John clerk Adelaide 1868 Memorial 192/230

LETCHFORD, John clerk to William Martin Letchford agent and landbroker Adelaide 1868 Memorials 159 & 160/233

LETCHFORD, John licensed land broker Adelaide, power of attorney to William BENNY solicitor Adelaide, to manage his business interests 6/2/1872 Deposit 67/1872

LETCHFORD, John and Thomas clerks Adelaide 1873 Memorial 146/268

No 1

LETCHFORD, Thomas agent Adelaide 1881[-1886] Memorial 15/329

LETCHFORD, Thomas land agent Adelaide and Claude Johnson Samuel SHUTTLEWORTH land agent Adelaide, partnership in the firm Shuttleworth & Letchford to be dissolved 13/3/1886. CJS Shuttleworth to retain the business; Thomas LETCHFORD to be paid out Deposit 36/1886

No 1

LETCHFORD, William broker Adelaide 1858 Memorial 8/143

LETCHFORD, William agent Adelaide 1860 Memorial 326/167

No 1

LETCHFORD, William Martin tallow chandler Adelaide (Pt TA 556 Wakefield St) 1850 Memorial 165/24

LETCHFORD, William Martin tallow chandler Adelaide 1853[-1854] Memorial 405/52

LETCHFORD, William Martin gentleman near Mitcham 1860 Application 1345

LETCHFORD, William Martin Esquire Adelaide (Waterhouse Buildings) 1862 Memorial 186/205

LETCHFORD, William Martin licensed land broker Adelaide, declared: Mary Letchford wife of Charles Letchford licensed victualler Adelaide, died 21/1/1859 Walkerville. John Letchford clerk Adelaide, born 10/2/1844 Hammersmith, Surrey, England, is her eldest son 8/5/1865 Application 6024

LETCHFORD, William Martin general and railway carrier Adelaide. Hanson (later Farrell Flat Hundred of Hanson) township allotment land grant 1870 Grant Book 56 Page 298 County Stanley

LETCHFORD, William Martin agent Adelaide, about to leave the province for a time, power of attorney to Samuel CORNISH merchant Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 1/11/1872. WM Letchford land agent Glenelg, died 13/12/1880 of morbus cordis, aged 56. DG PAPPIN of Stephens Place, Adelaide, registered the death Deposits 185/1872 & 75/1881

No 1

LETHABY, Henry carpenter Goodwood 1853 Memorial 99/64

LETHABY, Henry yeoman Unley 1854[-1857] Memorial 267/79

LETHABY, Henry yeoman Quinley near Adelaide 1856 Memorial 233/103

LETHBRIDGE, Eli mason Mintaro Co Stanley. Hundred of Mannanarie land grant 1880 Grant Book 13 Page 80 County Dalhousie

LETTS, Abraham Charles of Coomooroo 1882 Book 13 Page 260 County Dalhousie

No 1

LETTS, George builder Adelaide 1839 Application 14017

LETTS, George builder Adelaide (North Tce) 1840 Application 1380 LETTS, George builder Adelaide 1842[-1845] Memorial 320/2 Farmer Adelaide 1843 Memorial 299/3 Bricklayer Adelaide 1845 Memorial 118/60 Brickmaker North Adelaide 1847 Memorial 408/7 Builder Section 157 near Adelaide 1849[-1856] Memorial 122/15

LETTS, George builder Adelaide and Hannah Eliza Letts his wife 1846 Memorial 160/6, Application 1380

LETTS, George builder formerly of Adelaide 1839 but now of North Adelaide 1846 Application 14017

LETTS, George [formerly of Adelaide but now contractor and] farmer Hilton 1856 Memorial 247/112

LETTS, George contractor formerly of Adelaide but now of Melbourne Vic 1855[-1857] Memorial 149/80

No 1

LETTS, Joseph plasterer Gawler West 1863 Memorial 105/188

LETTS, Joseph mason Gawler West 1865 Memorial 288/205

LETTS, Joseph plasterer Gawler South 1865 Application 6300

LETTS, Mary Ann widow Gawler 1877, relict of the late Joseph West formerly plasterer Gawler West 1863 Application 15959

No 1 - likely to be the same person

LETTS, William mason Clare 1859 Memorial 204/174

LETTS, William mason Donnybrook near Clare 1866 Memorial 178/209

LETTS, William mason Clare 1877 Application 15730

LEUMANE, Charles Arthur artist pt Section 4013 Hundred of Onkaparinga Balhannah 1890 Application 21907

LEUNERT, Carl limeburner Willaston near Gawler and Elizabeth Leunert his wife 1895 Memorial 167/424

LEUNIG, George baker Moonta. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1900 Grant Book 14 Page 93 County Daly

LEUNIG, Wilhelm of Knightsbridge 1890 Memorial 243/400

LEVER, Richard Hayley artist formerly of Adelaide but now of St Ives, Cornwall, England 1906 Memorial 177/456
LEVERE, Alan horse trainer Brighton Tce, Darlington and Hildah Grace LeVere his wife 1949 Application 28713

No 1

LEVERINGTON, Henry labourer Lower Mitcham 1854 Wesleyan Methodist Church member Memorial 436/77 FIND

LEVERINGTON, Henry farmer Yankalilla 1906 Application 25221

No 1

LEVERINGTON, Joseph labourer Lower Mitcham 1853[-1854] Memorial 158/58 Hundred of Yankalilla land grant Co Hindmarsh 1854 Memorial 125/69

LEVERINGTON, Joseph farmer Lower Mitcham 1854[-1855] Wesleyan Methodist Memorial 436/77

LEVERINGTON, Joseph labourer Lower Mitcham early 1855 Memorial 30/88 Farmer Yankalilla mid 1855 Memorial 26/88

LEVERINGTON, Joseph farmer Yankalilla 1855 Memorial 126/82

LEVERINGTON, Joseph farmer Bishop Flat [probably near Rapid Bay] 1856 Memorial 73/113

LEVERINGTON, Joseph farmer formerly of Yankalilla 1855 but now of Rapid Bay 1865 Application 6237

LEVERINGTON, Joseph farmer Second Valley near Yankalilla, died c1868. He left his entire estate to Mary Ann Leverington his wife Memorial 239/232

No 1

LEVERINGTON, Lloyd John manager Yankalilla 1922[-1926] Memorial 162/485

LEVERINGTON, LJ manager Bennett & Fisher Ltd, Yankalilla 1930 Application 28294

LEVERINGTON, Lloyd John stock dealer Yankalilla 1924, declared that he had lived in the district all his life Application 27204

LEVERINGTON, LJ branch manager Willunga 1940 Memorial 36/514

LEVESON, Robert Ashworth broker Melbourne Vic, declared 1897 that he was a son of Edward Henry Leveson Esquire late of Angel Court Throgmorton St, London, who died 1845 intestate. EH Leveson had invested in Currency Creek Special Survey land grants in 1841. RA Leveson inherited this land and emigrated to SA in 1865. Ever since, he or his tenants had occupied the land - both broad acres and in Goolwa township Application 23856

LEVETT, James farmer Chain of Ponds 1849[-1866] Memorial 162/47 Kenton Valley Enon Particular Baptist Chapel trustee 1853 Memorial 102/52

LEVETT, John farmer Chain of Ponds Co Adelaide. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 118 County Victoria

LEVETT, Percy Robert gardener Kersbrook 1926 Memorial 32/495

LEVETT, Selina Lydia married woman Kersbrook, aged 59 in 1950, declared that she had lived in Kersbrook all her life Application 28740

No 1

LEVI, Andrew Philip shipping agent Pt Adelaide 1875 Memorial 75/284

LEVI, Andrew Phillip merchant Pt Adelaide 1881 Application 18733

LEVI, Andrew Phillip merchant Pt Adelaide Frances (Hundred of Binnum) township allotment land grant 1881 Grant Book 46 Page 32 County MacDonnell

LEVI, AP merchant Mitcham linked with GN Levi clerk Adelaide.  Adelaide Philippa Levi spinster Mitcham also mentioned 1888 Memorial 100/477

No 1

LEVI, Edmund Esquire Adelaide 1854 Memorial 406/62

LEVI, Edmund merchant Adelaide 1858 Memorial 349/138

LEVI, Edmund and Philip merchants Adelaide, trading under the style or firm of Philip Levi & Co, became bankrupts in 1886 Memorial 231/383

No 1

LEVI, Frederick merchant Adelaide 1850 Memorial 433/21

LEVI, Frederick merchant formerly of Adelaide but now of London, England 1860[-1865] Memorial 74/167

LEVI, Frederick Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now of 3 George Yard, Lombard St, London, Middlesex, England 1870 Memorial 210/250

LEVI, James Frederick merchant Pt Adelaide, died 24/10/1878 intestate. Letters of administration to his widow, Mary Heard Levi. Estate worth £33,903. He owned part of the SA Company Reserve in Pt Adelaide Application 20917

LEVI, Mary Heard widow Lower Mitcham 1900 Application 24057

No 1

LEVI, Philip Esquire Rundle St, Adelaide 1850 Memorial 130/25

LEVI, Philip and Alfred WATTS in partnership owned Franklyn Harbour, Cocoa Nut, Gum Creek, Parnarn, Moolooloo and Walralpa sheep stations in South Australia 1867 Memorial 168/218

WILLANS, OVERBURY & Co wool brokers 70 Basinghall St, London, Middlesex, England, power of attorney to Talbot Baines BRUCE and Randolph Isham STOW attorneys at law Adelaide, to represent the firm’s interests in the bankrupt firm of Philip LEVI and Alfred WATTS merchants Adelaide in partnership with Frederick LEVI and Edmund LEVI merchants Charlotte Row, Mansion House, London, England, trading as Philip LEVI & Co 26/10/1866 Deposit 87/1882

LEVI, Samuel Philip merchant Pt Adelaide 1886 Application 20917

LEVICK, George miller Gawler early 1868 Memorial 202/232

Farmer Gawler late 1868 Memorial 207/232

No 1

LEVINE, Lewis storekeeper Prince Alfred Mine Co Herbert. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1873 Grant Book 60 Page 110 County Victoria

LEVINE, Lewis storekeeper Adelaide Co Adelaide. Yatina (Hundred of Black Rock Plain) township allotment land grant 1874 Grant Book 13 Page 3 County Dalhousie

LEVINE, Lewis, Moritz Wolff JUDELL and Leopold Judell storekeepers Jamestown trading under the style or firm of Levine & Judell Storekeepers 1878[-1880] Memorial 177/311

LEVINE, Lewis merchant Jamestown 1881 Memorial 170/334

LEVINE, Lewis storekeeper Jamestown 1883 Memorial 167/350

LEVINE, Louis of Jamestown 1887 Memorial 21/386

LEVINS, Bernard service pensioner Noarlunga, aged 70 years in 1958, declared that he had lived in the district for 40 years Application 29297

No 1

LEVITT, James farmer Adelaie 1843 Memorial 30/3

LEVITT, James farmer Chain of Ponds 1853[-1862] Memorial 141/51

No 1

LEVITT, Samuel Isaac watchmaker Norwood 1850 Memorial 95/26 Watchmaker Melbourne Vic 1853 Memorial 24/54

LEVITT, Samuel Isaac watchmaker formerly of Norwood but now of St Kilda Vic 1864 Memorial 6/198

LEVY, Henry jeweller Jamestown Co Victoria. Hawker (Hundred of Wonoka) township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 5 Page 5 County Blachford

No 1

LEVY, Solomon baker Adelaide (Freeman St) 1851[-1855] Memorial 200/33

LEVY, Solomon confectioner Adelaide 1856 Memorial 59/105