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The following information was extracted basically 'as is' from Reg Butler's (Hahndorf Historian) unpublished computer working files as at c2014.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

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Ma* - Maz*

McA* - McW*

Me* - Mom*

Mon* - My*

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Rob* - Rz*

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Weg* - Will*

Wilm*- Wy*

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

Names Beginning 'Lew*' to 'Ly*'

LEWAN, Roland Thomas labourer Hope Valley 1951 Application 28196

LEWCOCK, William George Bernard nurseryman Clare 1910 Memorial 205/462

LEWCOCK, William Hartley nurseryman Clare 1928 Memorial 29/500

No 1

LEWER, Thomas labourer Norwood 1856 Memorial 194/106

LEWER, Thomas labourer formerly of Norwood but now of Ramco 1903 Application 24544

No 1

LEWIN, Charles gentleman North Adelaide (Margaret St 1861, died 2/2/1863. Father of Eliza Maria Lewin spinster North Adelaide and Francis Lewin innkeeper Melbourne Vic. Estate worth £500. Francis Lewin brewer Greenbushes WA, died 4/6/1901 Cue WA. His widow, Catherine Lewin , lived in Fremantle WA by 1904. Estate worth £300 Memorial 197/451

No 2 - mixture of the Elder and Younger

LEWIN, Charles yeoman Norwood 1859 Memorial 74/150

LEWIN, Charles the Elder publican Hanson St, Adelaide, died 17/11/1866 intestate, of pneumonia, aged 45. Estate worth £120. Letters of administration to his wife, Elizabeth Lewin to finalise his estate. Elizabeth Lewin remarried to Peter Larns Hunter gentleman Edwardstown. She died 10/6/1887, of dropsy, aged 64. Her maiden daughters, Elizabeth Helen Lewin and Frances Susannah Sescadorowna Lewin, lived at Parkside by 1894. They had a brother called Charles Lewin formerly the Younger cabinetmaker Goodwood 1884 Application 22684

LEWIN, Charles the Elder, died 17/11/1866 intestate. His widow, Elizabeth Lewin remarried to Peter Lains Hunter farmer South Road near Adelaide. Children - Charles Lewin the Younger cabinetmaker Goodwood, Helen Elizabeth Lewin spinster South Road near Adelaide and Frances Susannah Lewin spinster Goodwood 1887 Memorial 247/384

LEWIN, Charles [formerly the Younger] cabinetmaker Goodwood linked with Frances Susannah Lewin spinster Goodwood and Helen Elizabeth Lewin spinster South Road 1888 Memorial 242/389

No 1

LEWIN, John brickmaker Encounter Bay 1841 Memorial 57/17

LEWIN, John yeoman Encounter Bay and Mary Lewin his wife 1847 Memorial 311/9

LEWIN, John gentleman Adelaide 1839. By 1850, when he died, he owned land in Marion. His widow, Mary Lewen, lived in Stepney, when she sold this real estate in 1883. She had leased the property to various tenants. The Lewins had no family Application 26340

LEWIN, Mary widow North Adelaide 1854 Memorial 248/76

LEWIS, A storekeeper Wirrabara 1940 Memorial 114/514

LEWIS, AD clerk to CG IVE solicitor Adelaide (20 Currie St) 1868 Memorial 30/229

No 1

LEWIS, Alfred traveller Adelaide 1876[-1892] Memorial 122/293

No 2

LEWIS, Alfred innkeeper Bridgewater, died 8/8/1881. He had used only 2 months of his 3 year lease Memorial 219/352

No 3

LEWIS, Alfred labourer formerly of Southwark but now of Waikerie and Susannah Lewis his wife formerly Susannah HOSKINS spinster daughter of Anne ROBERTS wife of William Roberts gentleman Prospect and formerly Anne Hoskins widow 1899 Memorial 149/443

LEWIS, Alfred formerly of Southwark but now farmer Waikerie (Toolunka) and Susannah Lewis his wife 1901. Jane MUCHER was a sister to Mrs Lewis Application 24248

No 1

LEWIS, Alfred John blacksmith Langhorne Creek 1902 Memorial 114/446

LEWIS, Alfred John blacksmith Langhorne Creek, died 2/9/1930 intestate. Husband of Emma Lewis Memorial 180/503

LEWIS, Alfred John blacksmith Langhorne Creek. His widow, Emma Lewis, died 17/10/1938, of carcinoma of the colon, aged 72. Born Langhorne Creek. Married aged 26. 1 son and 5 daughters Memorial 174/512

LEWIS, Anna widow Moockra 1885 Memorial 71/367

LEWIS, Arthur Gwilym company director Goolwa 1958, declared that he was a director of Narrinyeri Farm Ltd near Goolwa Application 29376

LEWIS, Arthur Henry retired SAR engine driver North Adelaide (122 Gover St), died 5/3/1942, of cerebral haemorrhage and hyperpiesis, aged 69. Born Bowden. Married aged 25. 2 sons living 1 son deceased (Reginald William Frederick Lewis engineer Edenhope Vic, and Arthur Augustine Lewis carpenter North Adelaide; Kevin Joseph Lewis, died 2/1/1936). Son of William Lewis gentleman Narracoorte, who died 19/7/1920 Memorials 125 & 126/518

LEWIS, Arthur John hotelkeeper Hallett 1904 Memorial 131/451

No 1

LEWIS, Benjamin carpenter Bowden 1851[-1855] Memorial 144/90

LEWIS, Benjamin carpenter Bowden, about to leave the province for a time, power of attorney to Edward Amand WRIGHT land agent Adelaide, to sell Lots 416, 417, 418, 419, 426, py 427, in Bowden 24/9/1853 Deposit 302/OA

No 2

LEWIS, Benjamin labourer Littlehampton 1856[-1859] Memorial 287/112, Application 753

LEWIS, Benjamin the Elder gardener Littlehampton, died 11/2/1897. Husband of Mary Lewis, who died 22/8/1905. Parents of Benjamin Lewis the Younger labourer Littlehampton Memorials 3 & 4/457

LEWIS, Caleb and Joseph Abbott Lewis farmers Cherry Gardens 1894[-1913] Memorial 58/423, Application 26266

LEWIS, Caroline M schoolteacher Florieton 1900 Memorial 144/441

LEWIS, Charles labourer Saltia Quorn (Hundred of Pichi Richi) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 49 Page 7 County Newcastle

LEWIS, Charles James poulterer Kanmantoo 1918 Memorial 73/477

LEWIS, Clarence G secretary to the Director of Education Adelaide 1934 Memorial 64/508

LEWIS, E undertaker's assistant Mt Gambier 1913 Application 26231

No 1

LEWIS, Edwin painter Norwood 1881 Memorial 209/348

LEWIS, Edwin painter Norwood 1889 Application 21728

No 2

LEWIS, Edwin farmer Wokurna linked with John Lewis farmer Pt Broughton 1887 Memorial 237/381

LEWIS, Eleanor Mary and Jane Florence Lewis spinsters Kooringa 1905 Memorial 246/452

LEWIS, Esther widow Adelaide 1887 Application 21132

LEWIS, Evan formerly smelter Pt Adelaide but now out of business Newcastle NSW 1910 Application 25835

LEWIS, FH accountant Gawler 1898[-1899] Memorial 182/436

No 1

LEWIS, Francis James contractor Adelaide 1879 Book 13 Page 295 County Dalhousie

LEWIS, Francis James farmer Hundred of Walloway 1885 Book 13 Page 264 County Dalhousie

LEWIS, Francis James contractor North Adelaide 1890 Memorial 114/404

LEWIS, Francis James contractor Campbelltown, about to leave the province 1896 Memorial 23/429

LEWIS, Frederick Henry accountant Gawler 1896 Memorial 188/427

No 1

LEWIS, Frederick Joseph of Gumeracha 1863 Application 4506

LEWIS, Frederick Joseph farmer Georgetown Hundred of Davenport land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 666 County Frome

LEWIS, Frederick Joseph postmaster Georgetown Co Victoria. Hundred of Menzies land grant 1883 Grant Book 11 Page 59 County Carnarvon

LEWIS, Frederick Thomas shepherd Appila Hundred of Appila land grant 1880 Grant Book 24 Page 502 County Frome

No 1

LEWIS, George carpenter formerly of Redruth but now of Kadina 1862 Memorial 147/304

No 2

LEWIS, George confectioner Adelaide (Bank St) 1936 Application 28039

No 3

LEWIS, George blacksmith Kanmantoo 1949 Application 28656

LEWIS, George Evans hairdresser Pt Augusta Co Frome. Tarcoola (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1901 Grant Book 65 Page 303 County Not named

LEWIS, Harold miner Kangarilla . Hundred of Kuitpo land grant 1902 Grant Book 2 Page 98 County Adelaide

LEWIS, Harris Morgan farmer Brighton linked with Ann Lewis widow Brighton 1919 Memorial 198/477

No 1

LEWIS, Harry formerly hotelkeeper Adelaide but now out of business 22 Walkerville Tce, Gilberton 1911 Application 25954

LEWIS, Harry hotelkeeper Adelaide 1913[-1940] Memorial 64/470

LEWIS, Harry formerly hotelkeeper Adelaide but now out of business 22 Walkerville Tce, Gilberton 1945 Memorial 1/519

No 1

LEWIS, Henry married Catherine RYAN widow, on 17/7/1849 at Roman Catholic Church, Adelaide. Witnesses: Alfred Franklin RICH and Bridget Rich Application 24113

LEWIS, Henry butcher Rundle St, Adelaide 1849 Memorial 213/16 He bought land on Glen Osmond Road, near Glen Osmond. Butcher Glen Osmond, and Catherine Lewis his wife 1851 Memorial 415/30

LEWIS, Henry butcher Glen Osmond 1851 Memorial 374/35

No 2 - perhaps to be linked with No 1

LEWIS, Henry farmer Macclesfield 1853 He purchased the Macclesfield Arms for £760 Memorial 169/54

LEWIS, Henry innkeeper Macclesfield 1856[-1859] Memorial 420/100

LEWIS, Henry publican Macclesfield 1861 Application 2418

LEWIS, Henry innkeeper, storekeeper and stockholder Macclesfield and Paris Creek 1870. Bankrupt Enrolment 40/31

LEWIS, Henry innkeeper, storekeeper and stockholder Macclesfield and Jupiter Creek also trading with Hillary BOUCAUT under the style or firm of H Lewis and Co brewers Macclesfield, became a bankrupt in 1870 Memorial 199/250

LEWIS, Henry stockholder Macclesfield 1872 Memorial 111/261

No 3

LEWIS, Henry labourer Adelaide 1854 Memorial 500/63

No 4

LEWIS, Henry groom Hindmarsh 1863[-1865] Memorial 196/190

LEWIS, Henry labourer Hindmarsh 1863[-1868] Memorial 4/232

LEWIS, Henry of Hindmarsh, died between 1872-1875. He left his entire estate to Sarah ELLAWAY of Hindmarsh to support her, and also her children 'by the said testator' Memorial 16/283

LEWIS, Henry gentleman Hindmarsh died c1872. Whole estate absolutely to Sarah ELLAWAY of Hindmarsh Deposit 248/1875

LEWIS, Henry Aloysius pastoralist Prospect linked with Leslie Joseph Lewis clerk Prospect 1921 Memorial 48/483

LEWIS, Herbert clerk to Messrs ANDREWS, BARRETT & ANDREWS solicitors Adelaide 1887 Memorial 168/388

No 1

LEWIS, James labourer Marion on the Sturt 1844 Memorial 434/56

LEWIS, James labourer formerly of Marion on the Sturt but now yeoman whereabouts not stated 1853 Memorial 435/56

No 2

LEWIS, James carrier Thebarton 1848[-1853] Memorial 215/13

LEWIS, James farmer Thebarton 1853 Memorial 148/56

LEWIS, James farmer Richmond 1854[-1865] Memorial 304/76

LEWIS, James farmer North Richmond 1854 Memorial 67/69

LEWIS, James farmer Richmond linked with John Lewis stock agent Kooringa 1879[-1887] Memorial 112/317

No 3

LEWIS, James watch and clockmaker Kensington 1852[-1856] Memorial 130/42

No 4 - likely to be the same person

LEWIS, James mason Angaston 1855 Memorial 92/93

LEWIS, James of Kapunda 1857 Memorial 36/124

Builder Kapunda by 1858 Memorial 119/148

No 5

LEWIS, James the Younger gold prospector Pine Creek Northern Territory, power of attorney to his father, James LEWIS the Elder farmer, to manage his Northern Territory business interests, including in land and mining 7/6/1873 Deposit 228/1873

No 6 – perhaps the same person

LEWIS, James of Pt Wakefield 1876 Application 15761

LEWIS, James farmer Walloway trustee Hundred of Walloway Cemetery 1877 Grant Book 13 Page 218 County Dalhousie

No 7

LEWIS, James of the cutter Swallow [at Lacepede Bay] 1888 Memorial 130/391

No 8

LEWIS, James builder Hawthorn 1937 Memorial 181/510

LEWIS, James builder formerly of Hawthorn but now of 18 Egmont Tce, Lower Mitcham 1950 Application 28738

No 1

LEWIS, James H clerk to Messrs SYMON, BAKEWELL & SYMON solicitors Selbourne Chambers, Adelaide 1884[-1885] Memorial 209/360

LEWIS, James Hughes solicitor formerly of Sydney NSW but now temporarily residing in Adelaide 1886 Memorial 135/376

LEWIS, James Hughes solicitor late of Sydney NSW, but temporarily of Adelaide, about to visit England, power of attorney to Leonard William BAKEWELL solicitor Adelaide to manage his SA business interests 6/5/1886 Deposit 73/1886

LEWIS, James Llewellyn master mariner Yatala township, died 1880 intestate. Letters of administration to his wife, Annie Lewis, to settle the estate Memorial 5/329

No 1

LEWIS, James William gentleman Post Office Adelaide 1853 Memorial 247/61

LEWIS, James William Deputy Postmaster-General Adelaide 1858 Memorial 53/139

LEWIS, James William gentleman formerly of Mitcham but now of Pt Adelaide 1870 Memorial 103/248

LEWIS, James William collector of customs Adelaide, died 2/7/ 1879. He left his entire estate to Esther Lewis his wife Memorial 153/318

LEWIS, JL bank manager Narracoorte 1903 Memorial 211/449

No 1 - the Elder

LEWIS, John labourer Adelaide 1839 Sawyer Nailsworth 1841 Application 1914

LEWIS, John labourer Adelaide 1845[-1846] and Anna Lewis his wife Memorial 33/51

LEWIS, John labourer Nailsworth 1846 and Anna Lewis his wife Memorial 329/7

LEWIS, John farmer Mt Pleasant near Adelaide 1853[-1860] Memorial 401/51 Formerly of Mt Pleasant but now of the Pine Forest 1860 Memorial 43/163

LEWIS, John farmer Enfield 1854 Memorial 440/69

LEWIS, John labourer Dry Creek 1857 Memorial 71/122

LEWIS, John out of business Northfield 1874 Memorial 111/278

LEWIS, John farmer formerly of the Pinery 1852 but now of Northfield Dry Creek 1877 Application 15697

No 2 - the Younger

LEWIS, John the Younger licensed victualler Hampstead Hotel, Upper Walkerville 1858 Memorial 142/135

LEWIS, John of Hampstead 1859 Memorial 8/161

LEWIS, John [perhaps the Younger] licensed victualler Adelaide (Clarence Hotel King William St) 1881 Memorial 130/336

No 3

LEWIS, John farmer near Pt Wakefield Co Gawler. Hundred of Goyder land grant 1873 Grant Book 56 Page 414 County Stanley

No 4

LEWIS, John farmer near Belvidere [Hundred of Bremer] Co Hindmarsh 1879 Memorial 29/320

No 5

LEWIS, John auctioneer Kooringa 1880 Memorial 176/322

LEWIS, John commission agent Kooringa 1882 Memorial 18/341

LEWIS, the Hon John MLC of Kooringa 1901 Memorial 143/444

LEWIS, John MLC of Kooringa. St Mary's Anglican Church trustee 1905 Memorial 8/454

LEWIS, John gentleman Adelaide linked with Eleanor Mary Lewis and Jane Florence Lewis spinsters formerly of Kooringa but now of Glen Osmond 1911 Memorial 34/464

LEWIS, John MLC of Glen Osmond Road, Glen Osmond 1923 Memorial 131/487

LEWIS, John MLC pastoralist Benacre, Glen Osmond, died 25/8/1923, of myocarditis interstitial and nephritis uroemia, aged 82. Born at Brighton, he married at 37 and again at 65 years. 4 sons and 2 daughters were living at the time of his death. Lancelot Ashley Lewis of Glen Osmond Branch Inspector 1923 Managing Director 1924 Bagot, Shakes & Lewis Adelaide 1923, was a son Applications 27228 & 27241

No 6

LEWIS, John farmer Pt Broughton 1886[-1889] Memorial 72/373

No 7

LEWIS, John pastoralist Edwardstown and Alexandrina Lewis his wife 1904 Application 24887

No 8

LEWIS, John grazier Prospect father of John Pierson Lewis grazier, Leslie Joseph Lewis student, Henry Aloysius Lewis grazier all of Prospect 1915 Memorials 9-11/473

No 9

LEWIS, John farmer Golden Grove 1928, born 15/12/1850, declared that he had come to live at Golden Grove in 1883 Application 27714

No 1

LEWIS, John David farmer near Clare 1866 Memorial 14/209

LEWIS, John David farmer formerly of near Clare but now of Colton 1881 Memorial 205/335

LEWIS, John Herbert James labourer Hampton near Burra 1917[-1933] Memorial 119/475

No 1

LEWIS, John Llewellyn agent Pt Adelaide 1910 Application 25751

LEWIS, John Llewellyn customs agent Pt Adelaide 1924 Memorial 160/491 

No 1

LEWIS, John Milton and Thomas Birrell MARSHALL civil engineers Adelaide and James TURTON brickmaker Brompton co-partners in the trade of brickmakers at Brompton trading under the style or firm as the SA Brick Coy Pty Ltd 1880 Memorial 136/321

LEWIS, John Milton and MARSHALL, Thomas Birrell brickmakers Brompton 1881 Application 18162

LEWIS, John Milton engineer Adelaide Pt Germein township allotment land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 692 County Frome

LEWIS, Phoebe Maria widow Adelaide, about to leave the province permanently, power of attorney to Walter Douglas REED agent Adelaide, to administer the estate of her husband, John Milton LEWIS civil engineer Coonatto, who died 22/6/1881 4/11/1881 Deposit 103/1886

LEWIS, John Pearson (sometimes John Pierson Lewis) grazier Prospect 1921 Memorial 184/483

LEWIS, John Thomas labourer near Mt Lofty and Jane Maria Lewis his wife 1865 Application 5879

No 1

LEWIS, Joseph farmer Cherry Gardens 1853[-1865] Memorial 308/51

LEWIS, Joseph farmer Cherry Gardens and Elizabeth Lewis his wife linked with Joseph and Caleb Lewis farmers Cherry Gardens 1870 Memorial 2/250

LEWIS, Joseph farmer Cherry Gardens 1876 Application 14852

LEWIS, Joseph farmer Cherry Gardens, died 27/12/1884, of senile decay, aged 80. His widow, Elizabeth Lewis, died 2/3/1903, of senile decay, aged 100 1913 Application 26266

No 2

LEWIS, Joseph limeburner Nailsworth 1869 Memorial 8/238

LEWIS, Joseph limeburner Nailsworth 1886 Application 20994

LEWIS, Joseph out of business Brighton, died 19/4/1926. His wife, Esther Lewis, died 1915. By 1946, their family were disposed as follows: William Henry Joseph Lewis had died 14/3/1944; George Ernest Lewis had disappeared prior to the death of his father and was now presumed dead; Charles Albert Lewis now an inmate of the Enfield Receiving Home; Alfred Samuel Lewis of Newlands Nalkain WA; Harriett Edith DIX housewife 12 Eighth Ave, St Peters; Alice Maud Mary DIX retired 13 Rose St, Prospect; and Hilda Jane Lewis spinster 13 Rose St, Prospect Application 28413

No 3

LEWIS, Joseph farmer Broughton Hundred of Redhill land grant 1878 Grant Book 14 Page 369 County Daly

No 4

LEWIS, Joseph fruitgrower Renmark. His wife, Esther Lewis, died 15/7/1915. Estate worth £300 Memorial 52/520

No 1

LEWIS, JN accountant Bank of SA Kadina 1872[-1885] Memorial 151/260

LEWIS, JN bank manager Kadina 1890 Memorial 216/403

No 1

LEWIS, Lancelot Ashley agent Kooringa 1914 Memorial 153/470

LEWIS, Lancelot Ashley inspector of branches for Bagot, Shakes & Lewis Ltd of Benacre Glen Osmond 1923 Memorial 19/489

LEWIS, Lancelot Ashley managing director Adelaide 1927 Memorial 82/498

LEWIS, Leonard Ernest stockagent Walkerville, died 5/3/1940. Husband of Florence Elizabeth Lewis still of Walkerville in 1948. Father of Florence Betty Lewis, Allen William Lewis and Leonard John Lewis Memorials 84 & 90/523

LEWIS, Leslie Joseph clerk Prospect 1921 Memorial 183/483

No 1

LEWIS, Mary Ann widow Brighton 1879 Memorial 240/316

LEWIS, Mrs MA widow Brighton 1893 Application 22465

No 1

LEWIS, Peter farmer Penwortham 1859 Application 389

No 2

LEWIS, Peter blacksmith Kanmantoo 1890 Application 21831

No 1

LEWIS, Peter William blacksmith Parilla. Hundred of Parilla land grant 1921 Grant Book 12 Page 99 County Chandos

LEWIS, Peter William blacksmith Kanmantoo 1949, declared that he had been born on 9/3/1877 and had lived at Kanmantoo for 40 years Application 28656.

LEWIS, Peter William retired blacksmith Kanmantoo, aged 75 in 1953, declared that he had lived in Kanmantoo his whole life Application 28949.

LEWIS, Peter William retired blacksmith Kanmantoo, aged 80 in 1956, declared that he had lived in Kanmantoo all his life Application 29237.

LEWIS, Philip linked with Section 158 Hundred of King Co Burra 1886 Memorial 205/378

No 1

LEWIS, Richard storekeeper Tungkillo 1867 Memorial 158/219

LEWIS, Richard storekeeper's assistant Angaston 1874 Memorial 67/278

No 1

LEWIS, Richard Moore farmer Colton 1894 Memorial 72/422

LEWIS, Richard Moore farmer Bundala Pt Elliston 1899 Memorial 123/437

No 1 - the Elder

LEWIS, Robert blacksmith Echunga 1851 Memorial 232/31

LEWIS, Robert blacksmith Echunga, died 6/10/1889 Adelaide Hospital. Husband of Sarah Lewis, who had died by 1898 Memorial 163/435

LEWIS, Robert the Elder blacksmith Echunga, died 6/10/1889. His wife, Sarah Lewis, died 25/4/1897 Echunga, of cerebral haemorrhage, aged 83. His son, Charles Lewis, died 17/12/1863, of scarlatina, aged 10. His son, Robert Lewis [formerly the Younger] blacksmith Langhorne Creek, died 3/7/1891, of cancer, aged 52. Robert Lewis the Elder's youngest son David Lewis, born 14/4/1847, still alive in 1898. Peter Lewis blacksmith Kanmantoo, another son, still alive in 1898. Stephen Lewis, another son, no details, still alive in 1898 Application 23618

No 2 - the Younger

LEWIS, Robert blacksmith Langhorne Bridge 1865 Memorial 153/205

LEWIS, Robert blacksmith Langhorne Creek 1870 Application 11101

LEWIS, Robert blacksmith Langhorne Creek, died 3/7/1891. His widow, Frances Lewis, died 25/7/1916 Angas Plains, cerebral apoplexy, aged 79 (Born Hants, England. In SA 65 years) Parents of Alice Annie Lewis (later Mrs LESLIE) spinster and Alfred John Lewis blacksmith Langhorne Creek. AJ Lewis blacksmith Langhorne Creek died 2/9/1930 intestate. His widow, Emma Lewis, died 17/10/1938 Langhorne Creek, aged 72 (born at LC) Memorial 114/446 & RPA Search 2129

LEWIS, Frances widow Langhorne Creek relict of the late Robert Lewis of Langhorne Creek, died 25/7/19316 Angas Plains, of chronic granular kidney and cerebral apoplexy, aged 79. Born in Hants, England. In SA 65 years. Aged 27 at marriage. 2/2/1/1. Probably a son, Alfred John Lewis blacksmith Langhorne Creek, died 2/9/1930. Husband of Emma Lewis. Parents of Lucy ARTHUR, of Booleroo Centre; Ida LEE of Langhorne Creek; Winifred CABOT of Yallunda Flat; Annie HOWARD of Kybunga; Nora CABOT of Yallunda Flat; Robert Wenzel Lewis blacksmith Langhorne Creek; Memorials 179 & 180/503; 1/504

LEWIS, Robert Wenzel formerly blacksmith Langhorne Creek but now soldier Glandore 1945 Memorial 69/519

No 3

LEWIS, Robert clerk to Messrs W & T POPE solicitors Adelaide 1882[-1887] Memorial 48/341, Application 19913

LEWIS, Robert accountant to Messrs W & T POPE solicitors Adelaide 1894 Memorial 203/421

LEWIS, Robert accountant Adelaide 1896[-1899] Memorial 241/426

LEWIS, Robert clerk to Messrs W & T POPE solicitors Adelaide 1904 Application 27318

No 4 - probably linked with No 3

LEWIS, Robert clerk Adelaide 1890 Memorial 172/403

LEWIS, Robert clerk Nailsworth 1894[-1896] Memorial 47/420

LEWIS, Robert clerk Nailsworth. Enfield Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee 1894 Application 27786.

LEWIS, Robert agent Prospect 1910 Application 25884.

LEWIS, Robert accountant Prospect, died 22/3/1914. He gave his £850 estate to his wife, Louisa Mary Lewis nee SLOMAN daughter of George Sloman. Aged 55, a domestic, she remarried to Jesse CANNING 79 widower retired Grange (Father; Mark Canning, of Melksham, England) on 28/3/1921 Woodville Methodist parsonage. Witnesses: James Sloman carpenter Prospect and Susan LEE domestic Woodville Application 27953

No 5

LEWIS, Robert farmer Colton Hundred of Colton land grant 1892 Grant Book 48 Page 78 County Musgrave

LEWIS, Robert Henry retired Ida St, Murray Bridge, aged over 80 in 1949 Application 28702

LEWIS, Robert William miner Kooringa 1853 Memorial 287/61

No 1

LEWIS, Samuel stone mason Adelaide (Hindley St) 1843[-1847] Memorial 496/2 Licensed victualler The Flagstaff Inn on the Sturt River 1848[-1853] Memorial 140/13 Marion Congregational Chapel trustee 1850 Memorial 176/28 Trustee The Sturt Land and Building Society 1851 Memorial 322/33

LEWIS, Samuel innkeeper Sturt River late 1850 Memorial 140/27 Publican Flagstaff Inn near Adelaide 1851 Memorial 419/34

LEWIS, Samuel publican Flagstaff Inn South Road. Sturt Land & Building Society trustee 1851 Memorial 459/36

LEWIS, Samuel licensed victualler Flagstaff Hotel Section 122 The Sturt 1853 Memorial 211/46

LEWIS, Samuel licensed victualler formerly of the Flagstaff Inn on the Sturt River Sturt Land & Building Society trustee 1853 Memorial 243/55

LEWIS, Samuel gentleman Darlington 1860 Memorial 199/162

LEWIS, Samuel licensed victualler The Flagstaff Inn on the Sturt 1857 Memorial 185/118

LEWIS, Samuel licensed victualler Flagstaff Inn Sturt River near Brighton 1859 Memorials 88/158 & 90/158

LEWIS, Samuel licensed victualler South Road 1861 Application 2544

LEWIS, Samuel inkeeper Flagstaff Inn, The Sturt 1863 Application 4667

LEWIS, Samuel licensed victualler Flagstaff Hotel on the Sturt River, took a 3-year lease on a hotel on Section 1180 Hundred of Yankalilla from Reuben James HIBBERT licensed victualler Yankalilla 1864 Memorial 15/198

LEWIS, Samuel licensed victualler formerly of the Flagstaff Hotel on the Sturt River but now of Yankalilla 1864 Memorial 17/198

LEWIS, Samuel licensed victualler Adelaide 1871 Memorial 96/257

LEWIS, Samuel licensed victualler Eagle on the Hill Hotel near Glen Osmond 1875 Memorial 62/287

LEWIS, Samuel innkeeper Eagle on the Hill, Mt Barker Road 1876 Application 15383

LEWIS, Samuel innkeeper formerly of Kensington then of the Flagstaff Hotel, Sturt River but now of the Eagle on the Hill near Adelaide 1876 Memorial 144/292

No 2

LEWIS, Samuel teamster Bowden 1850 Memorial 320/22

LEWIS, Samuel carrier Bowden 1880 Memorial 12/324

No 3

LEWIS, Samuel gentleman Kensington 1855 Memorial 436/82

No 1

LEWIS, Thomas labourer Bowden 1853 Memorial 251/56

LEWIS, Thomas brickmaker Bowden, died. He left his entire estate in trust to his wife, Sarah Lewis, during her widowhood, then to the children in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant 1869 Memorial 212/243

LEWIS, Thomas married Sarah ? on 22/12/1835 Faversham, Kent, England. Four children born - Willaim Lewis born 24/7/1838, Fanny Elizabeth Lewis born 22/11/1841, Thomas Lewis born 7/4/1844, and John born 2/11/1848. Fanny Elizabeth Lewis died 2/2/1860, a minor and unmarried. The family emigrated to SA. Thomas Lewis brickmaker Bowden, died April 1855. He left his estate to his wife, Sarah Lewis, in trust for life, or until she remarried, when the children inherited in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant. Sarah Lewis remarried 16/7/1866 Belvidere, to John JONES farmer Belvidere. Application 10482

No 2

LEWIS, Thomas farmer Old Brighton 1855[-1856] Memorial 60/92

LEWIS, Thomas farmer Brighton 1856[-1861] Memorial 416/100

No 3

LEWIS, Thomas of Rundle St, Adelaide 1862 Memorial 10/270

No 4

LEWIS, Thomas storekeeper Mt Gambier 1863[-1874] Memorial 239/190, Application 13483

No 5

LEWIS, Thomas doctor of medicine 7 Sumner Place, Onslow Square, Brompton, Middlesex, England, and Anne Rachel Lewis, his wife, only child of John ENOCH Colonel in HM Army and assistant quarter master general at headquarters London, power of attorney to BT FINNISS and Frederick G MORGAN Esquires Adelaide, to manage the late John Enoch’s SA business interests 26/7/1856 Deposit 162/1864

LEWIS, Thomas doctor of medicine Middlesex, England and Anne Rachel Lewis his wife nee AR ENOCH only daughter and heiress at law of the late John Enoch Colonel in the Army 1864 Application 5302

No 6

LEWIS, Thomas farmer Peachey Belt 1865 Application 6005

No 7

LEWIS, Thomas farmer Minlacowie trustee unnamed chapel site Hundred of Minlacowie land grant 1881 Grant Book 19 Page 255 County Fergusson

No 8

LEWIS, Thomas drover Wirrabara Hundred of Appila land grant 1880 Grant Book 24 Page 501 County Frome

No 9

LEWIS, Thomas farmer Mt Remarkable Hundred of Appila land grant 1880 Grant Book 24 Page 503 County Frome

No 1 – Thomas Dodding Lewis

LEWIS, Thomas engineer Pt Adelaide and Eliza Lewis his wife 1873 Application 12662

LEWIS, Thomas engineer Pt Adelaide 1885[-1891] Memorial 181/364

LEWIS, Thomas engineer Pt Adelaide. Husband of Eliza Mary Lewis 1891 Application 22148

LEWIS, Thomas Dodding engineer Pt Adelaide 1891 Application 22148

LEWIS, Thomas Edward Leslie kiosk proprietor Goolwa 1955 Memorial 7/530

LEWIS, Thomas Edwin mason Pt Lincoln 1911 Application 25987

LEWIS, Thomas Noyes gentleman Mt Pleasant 1861 Memorial 218/177

No 1

LEWIS, Travers William miner Boulder City, Kalgoorlie WA 1900 Memorial 133/440

LEWIS, Travers William formerly gardener Montacute, but now miner Boulder City, Kalgoorlie WA, power of attorney to Edwin THOMAS of Montacute, to bring certain lands at Montacute Section 832 (Hundreds of Adelaide and Onkaparinga) under the RPA and to represent his interests in the land owned with other members of the Thomas family and Elizabeth POWELL, nee Thomas, wife of Walter Albert Powell gardener Montacute 25/1/1901 Deposit 12/1903

No 1

LEWIS, Vivian cycle manufacturer Adelaide 1899 Memorial 60/439

LEWIS, Vivian bicycle and motor manufacturer Adelaide 1906 Memorial 25/455

No 1

LEWIS, Walter gardener North Adelaide 1853[-1854] Memorial 13/48

No 2

LEWIS, Walter smelter Pt Adelaide and Eliza Selina Lewis his wife formerly Eliza Selina HEARD 1866 Memorial 172/214

LEWIS, Walter labourer Pt Adelaide and Eliza Selina Lewis his wife 1869 Memorial 86/240

No 3

LEWIS, Walter fruiterer Adelaide 1866 Memorial 180/215

No 1

LEWIS, William miner Kooringa 1850[-1856] Memorial 69/25

No 2

LEWIS, William labourer Pt Adelaide 1854 Memorial 115/64

LEWIS, William labourer Alberton 1856[-1862] Memorial 52/113, Application 2766

No 3

LEWIS, William gardener Darley on the Torrens 1859 Memorial 257/154

No 4

LEWIS, William labourer Woodville 1859 Memorial 77/160

LEWIS, William labourer Yatala 1860 Memorial 278/162

No 5

LEWIS, William draper Kapunda 1859[-1865] Memorial 19/161

LEWIS, William draper Kapunda 1865 Application 6383

LEWIS, William MP Allendale nr Kapunda 1869 Memorial 5/241

LEWIS, William Esquire Allendale near Kapunda 1877 Memorial 21/301

LEWIS, W JP of Allendale North 1881 Memorial 245/331

LEWIS, William agent Allendale North, died 12/4/1895. Father of William Walter Lewis. Father-in-law of John Murch STACY and Alfred George FRY 1912 Memorial 61/467

No 6

LEWIS, William gardener near Crafers 1863 Application 4021

LEWIS, William market gardener near Stirling East 1864 Application 5656

LEWIS, William gardener Cox Creek 1865 Memorial 121/205

LEWIS, William gardener formerly of Cox Creek but now of Clarence Park 1906 Memorial 17/456

No 7

LEWIS, William limeburner Brighton 1869[-1873] Memorial 149/244, Application 12168, Application 12482

LEWIS, William limeburner Brighton and Anne Lewis his wife [was she a daughter of David HARRIS farmer Kadina?] 1886[-1898] Memorial 129/375

LEWIS, WIlliam farmer Brighton 1874[-1900] Memorial 121/275

LEWIS, William limeburner Brighton and Ann Lewis his wife 1894 Application 22620

LEWIS, William farmer Brighton and Ann Lewis his wife 1901 Application 24201.

LEWIS, William gentleman Brighton, died 11/12/1903. Husband of Ann Lewis. Father of Harris Morgan Lewis farmer Brighton. Estate worth £4,550 Memorial 85/490

LEWIS, William formerly lime burner but then gentleman farmer Brighton, died 11/12/1903. His estate was worth £4,550. Husband of Ann Lewis. Father of Harris Morgan Lewis farmer Brighton 1923, who inherited the estate absolutely in remainder expectant Application 27210

LEWIS, Ann widow Brighton and LEWIS, Harris Morgan farmer Brighton 1919 Application 26799

No 8

LEWIS, William builder Clare 1870 Memorial 34/249

No 9

LEWIS, William labourer Bowden 1871 Memorial 133/251

LEWIS, William formerly labourer Bowden 1871 but then gentleman Naracoorte, died 19/7/1920. He left several allotments in Bowden to his son, Arthur Henry Lewis, in trust for life, then to be sold and the proceeds to go equally absolutely in remainder expectant to his children. AH Lewis died 5/3/1942. He had 3 sons, but Kevin Joseph Lewis had died beforehand on 2/1/1936. The surviving children were Reginald William Frederick Lewis formerly Edenhope Vic ow 221 Humffray St, North Ballarat Vic and Arthur Augustine Lewis carpenter formerly North Adelaide now 317 Torrens Rd, Croydon 1959 Application 29366

LEWIS, William gentleman Narracoorte, died 19/7/1920. Father of Edgar William Lewis blacksmith Narracoorte and Maud May BARCLAY married woman Narracoorte Memorial 158/481

No 10 – perhaps the same person

LEWIS, William farmer Jamestown. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 117 County Victoria

LEWIS, William farmer Penwortham Co Stanley. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1879 Grant Book 60 Page 130 County Victoria

LEWIS, Anna widow Belalie [perhaps mother of William Lewis]. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1878 Grant Book 60 Page 129 County Victoria

No 11

LEWIS, William of Kingston S-E Co MacDonnell. Hundred of Rivoli Bay land grant 1879 Grant Book 31 Page 253 County Grey

LEWIS, William platelayer Kingston S-E Frances (Hundred of Binnum) township allotment land grant 1881 Grant Book 46 Page 33 County MacDonnell

LEWIS, William platelayer Kingston Wool Bay township allotment land grant 1881 Grant Book 19 Page 214 County Fergusson

LEWIS, William railway foreman Kingston S-E 1898 Memorial 23/434

LEWIS, William railway line inspector Kingston S-E and Elizabeth Lewis his wife 1901 Application 24152

No 12

LEWIS, William gentleman Allendale North Co Light. Pt Germein township allotment land grant 1879 Grant Book 24 Page 682 County Frome

No 13

LEWIS, William Esquire Allen Creek near Kapunda 1882 Application 19095

No 14

LEWIS, William farmer Booleroo. Trustee unnamed Wesleyan Methodist Church Hundred of Booleroo land grant 1879 Grant Book 24 Page 620 County Frome

No 15

LEWIS, William carpenter Blinman Hundred of Booleroo land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 621 County Frome

No 15

No 1

LEWIS, William Doolittle farmer Tarlee Co Light. Hundred of Walloway land grant 1881 Grant Book 13 Page 222 County Dalhousie

LEWIS, William Doolittle farmer Hundred of Walloway 1888 Memorial 116/391

LEWIS, William Doolittle gardener Campbelltown. Campbelltown Wesleyan Methodist Church trustee 1893 Memorial 102/417

No 1

LEWIS, William George engineer St Johns Wood. Trustee Wesleyan Methodist Church North Road 1894 Memorial 47/420

LEWIS, William George engineer St Johns Wood. Trustee Wesleyan Methodist Chapel Enfield 1894 Application 27786

No 1

LEWIS, William Hall surgeon Gawler 1853 Memorial 278/57

LEWIS, William Hull surgeon Barossa Lodge near Gawler 1856 Memorial 55/97

LEWIS, William Ivan Eustace Commonwealth public servant 33 Robsart St, Parkside 1945 Application 28413

LEWIS, William Henry Joseph formerly builder and contractor but then out of business Brighton, died 14/3/1944 Royal Adelaide Hospital. Father of William Ivan Eustace Lewis Commonwealth public servant 33 Robsart St, Parkside Memorial 42/518

LEWIS, William Travers of Wanabillibyala 1887 Memorial 197/381

LEWIS, William Walter out of business formerly of Baroota but now of the Semaphore 1912 Memorial 56/467

LEWIS, WN clerk National Bank Kapunda 1897 Memorial 64/433

LEWIS, WR solicitor Gumeracha 1864[-1866] Memorial 78/197

LEWITZKA, Ernest Christian retired 340 Main North Road, Enfield, aged 77 in 1949, declared that he had lived there for 46 years Application 28696

No 1

LEWORTHY, Henry Fairchild commander in HM Navy and now a passenger in the ship John Munn to Adelaide in SA, died. His will apparently made aboard ship c1849. He left his wife, Betty Leworthy, certain estate for life, after which the assets had to be divided equally amongst his 8 children - Charlotte Leworthy, Matilda Drew Leworthy, Theresa Leworthy, Isabella Leworthy, Frances Leworthy, Harriett Leworthy, Malcolm Leworthy, Henry Leworthy, Blanche Leworthy and Laura Leworthy Memorial 467/79

LEWORTHY, Betty widow of the late Henry Leworthy half pay Commander RN Adelaide 1851. She bought 7 crown land sections, investment farm land along the Gawler River Enrolment 59/45

No 1

LEWORTHY, Malcolm gentleman Hindmarsh Valley, eldest son of the late Henry Leworthy 1856 Enrolment 60/45

LEWORTHY, Malcolm Henry gentleman Yankalilla 1853 Memorial 179/59

LEWORTHY, Malcolm Henry of Adelaide 1860 Application 1060

No 1

LEWSEY, Charles carpenter North Adelaide 1851 Memorial 231/33

LEWSEY, Charles carpenter formerly of North Adelaide now of Gloucester near McLaren Vale 1851[-1853] Memorial 498/36

LEWSEY, Charles of McLaren Vale 1856 Memorial 379/100

LEWSEY, Charles carpenter McLaren Vale 1859[-1867] Memorial 186/155

LEY, George licensed victualler Adelaide (Metropolitan Hotel Grote St) 1879 Memorial 206/313

No 1

LEY, James Louis Arthur surveyor Adelaide about to marry Lucy Eliza CREMER spinster Glenelg 1869 Memorial 196/239

LEY, James Louis Arthur gentleman Navan and Lucy Eliza Ley his wife formerly Lucy Eliza CRAMER spinster married at St Peter's Glenelg on 15/5/1869 Memorial 238/242

LEY, James Louis Arthur gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now of Melbourne Vic 1877 Memorial 66/297

LEY, James Reynolds no occupation idiot and crippled from birth Brompton, died 2/7/1884 Parkside Lunatic Asylum, of 11 months’ dementia and exhaustion, aged 41 Application 22027

No 1

LEY, John mason Brompton 1876 Memorial 57/414

LEY, John brickmaker Brompton and Eliza Ley his wife 1891 Application 22027

No 1

LEY, Robert gentleman Adelaide 1839 Application 14485

LEY, Robert stonemason Bowden 1851 Memorial 374/33

LEY, Robert stone mason Bowden 1852 Memorial 289/44

LEY, Robert farmer Brompton 1851[-1861] Memorial 115/34

LEY, Robert yeoman Bowden 1872 Application 14485

LEY, Elizabeth widow of the late Robert Kent Ley mason Brompton, nee Elizabeth REYNOLDS (Parents; William Reynolds bootmaker and Elizabeth nee ?), died 28/11/1890 Berlin St, Richmond Vic, the home of her daughter Mary LESTER, of old age bronchitis and dysentery, aged 80. Buried in the Hindmarsh cemetery. Born Cornwall, England. In SA 45 years. In Vic 7 years. Children - Robert dead, William dead, Elizabeth dead, Mary 52, James dead, Elizabeth dead, James dead, John 42, Thomas 34 Application 22027

No 2

LEY, Robert farmer Rowlands Flat 1853 Memorial 255/50

No 3

LEY, Robert gentleman Hindmarsh 1859[-1860] Memorial 16/152

LEY, Thomas farmer Farrell Flat Hundred of Koolunga land grant 1880 Grant Book 55 Page 189 County Stanley

No 1 - possibly the same person

LEY, William farmer Tam O'Shanter Belt 1854[-1857] Memorial 439/64

LEY, William farmer Para Plains 1879 Memorial 91/319

LEY, William farmer Salisbury 1886 Memorial 72/376

No 1

LEYCESTER, Charles Hugh sheep farmer Coralbignie Gawler Ranges 1870 Memorial 207/271

LEYCESTER, Charles Hugh sheep farmer Caralbignie, in the Gawler Ranges, about to proceed to England on a visit, power of attorney to Josiah Marshall STOKES station manager Caralbignie, to manage his SA business affairs 27/4/1870. On 19/1/1877, now living at Tost Hall, near Knutsford, Co Chester, England, he gave power of attorney to Robert Dalrymple ROSS Esquire Highercombe, to sell Carabignie Station and settle his SA business affairs generally Deposits 22/1874 & 71/1877 FIND

LEYCESTER, Charles Hugh Esquire formerly of Coralbignie Gawler Ranges but now of parts beyond the seas 1874 Memorial 52/272

LEYCESTER, Charles Hugh gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now in parts beyond the seas 1875 Memorial 238/283

LICKERT, Heinrich Henry watchmaker Adelaide 1858[-1867] Memorial 262/142

No 1

LIDDELL, A bank clerk Robe 1893 Memorial 39/419

LIDDELL, Alan bank manager Robe S-E about to marry Frances Rachel Charlotte COLE spinster Adelaide 1894. By 1912, A Liddell was a bank manager in Sydney NSW Memorials 211 & 217/466

LIDDELL, Alan of Sydney NSW and Frances Rachel Charlotte Liddell his wife formerly RCL COLE spinster Pt Elliot 1902[-1907] Memorial 233/445

LIDDELL, Anthony James blacksmith Pt Adelaide 1875 Memorial 62/281

No 1

LIDDELL, Charles Phillips bootmaker Paddington 1896 Application 23262

LIDDELL, Charles Phillips bootmaker Semaphore 1913 Application 26194

LIDDELL, John butcher Pt Wakefield 1867 Memorial 153/227

LIDDELL, William formerly farmer but now out of business Goolwa linked with William Thomas Liddell shipping clerk 12 Talbot St, Erindale 1941 Memorial 24/516

LIDDELL, William Thomas shipping clerk 12 Talbot St, Erindale 1942 Memorial 159/516

LIDDIARD, George farmer Corney Point 1893 Memorial 154/416

No 1

LIDDIARD, John William Esquire Leigham House, Streatham, Surrey, England 1857 Memorial 323/130

LIDDIARD, John William Esquire Leigham House, Streatham, Surrey, England, power of attorney to Robert Winter BEDDOME gentleman Currency Creek, to manage his lands in the Currency Creek Special Survey 9/6/1857. He died 29/3/1858, leaving an estate of £30,000 Deposit 200/1858

No 2

LIDDIARD, [John] William labourer McLaren Vale 1867 Memorial 187/219 See Memorial 189/513

LIDDIARD, John William labourer McLaren Vale, died 11/7/1898. Husband of Jane Liddiard. Estate worth £275 Memorial 13/436

LIDDIARD, Jane widow McLaren Vale 1924 Memorial 69/491

No 1

LIDDIARD, Sidney Horace formerly labourer but now horsebreeder Willunga 1949 Memorial 123/523

LIDDIARD, Sidney Horace formerly drover but then chaffstore employe Willunga, died 10/5/1954 Southern District War Memorial Hospital McLaren Vale. Husband of Keturah Liddiard Memorial 93/531

LIDDICOAT, James Henry the Younger labourer Alford. Hundred of Tickera land grant 1912 Grant Book 14 Page 225 County Daly

No 1

LIDDICOAT, John miner Kooringa 1857 Memorial 130/125

LIDDICOAT, John miner Hampton 1860 Memorial 11/168

No 2 - perhaps the same person

LIDDICOAT, John woodcarter Kadina. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1886 Grant Book 14 Page 245 County Daly

LIDDICOAT, John farmer Oatlands North near Kadina 1887 Memorial 123/385

LIDDICOAT, John the Elder gentleman Kadina 1892[-1897] Memorial 228/414

No 1

LIDDICOAT, Thomas Henry carter Alford. Hundred of Tickera land grant 1910 Grant Book 14 Page 223 County Daly

LIDDICOAT, Thomas Henry labourer Alford. Hundred of Tickera land grant 1912 Grant Book 14 Page 225 County Daly

LIDDICOAT, Thomas Henry blocker Alford. Hundred of Tickera land grant 1913 Grant Book 14 Page 312 County Daly

LIDDICOAT, Thomas Henry farmer near Kadina. Hundred of Tickera land grant 1923 Grant Book 14 Page 315 County Daly

No 1

LIDDICOAT, William Henry farmer Clinton 1886[-1891] Memorial 15/380

LIDDICOAT, William Henry farmer Norwegian Vic 1892 Memorial 236/415

No 1

LIDDLE, James blacksmith Glenelg 1868[-1882] Memorial 229/227

No 2

LIDDLE, James labourer near Angaston 1924, declared that he had lived in the district for more than 50 years Application 27323

LIDDLE, James William labourer Angaston 1904 Application 24789

No 1

LIDDLE, Peter labourer Penola 1859 Memorial 233/158

LIDDLE, Peter labourer Penola 1864 Application 5677

LIDDLE, Helen widow Penola, widow of the late Peter Liddle labourer Penola 1893. She had a life interest in trust in certain real estate, then absolutely in remainder expectant to grandchildren, Robert BALNAVES, Peter Balnaves, David Balnaves, William Balnaves, Edward Balnaves and John Wallis Balnaves Application 22504

LIDDLE, Helen widow Penola 1897 Application 23490

No 1

LIDDLE, William carpenter Pt Pirie 1875 Memorial 33/282

LIDDLE, William carpenter formerly of Pt Pirie but now of Unley 1901 Application 24245

LIDDON, Sarah spinster Adelaide 1849 Memorial 4/17

LIDDY, Darby farmer Manoora Co Light. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1881 Grant Book 13 Page 197 County Dalhousie

No 1

LIDDY, James farmer Manoora Co Light. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1880 Grant Book 13 Page 194 County Dalhousie

LIDDY, James farmer Yongala and Honora Liddy his wife. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1884 Grant Book 13 Page 202 County Dalhousie

No 1

LIDDY, Jeremiah labourer Kapunda 1857 Memorial 1/125

LIDDY, Jeremiah farmer Kapunda Hundred of Saddleworth land grant 1863 Grant Book 44 Page 323 County Light

LIDDY, Jeremiah formerly labourer 1857 but then farmer Kapunda 1865. He could not write Application 6363

No 1

LIDDY, John butcher Kapunda 1864 Memorial 295/195

LIDDY, John butcher Kapunda, became a bankrupt on 4/9/1865 Memorial 235/227

No 2

LIDDY, John farmer Terowie Hundred of Terowie land grant 1879 Grant Book 40 Page 8 County Kimberley

LIDDY, John farmer Hundred of Coonatto Co Frome 1883[-1885] Memorial 20/350

LIDDY, Mary widow Hundred of Wonna Co Kimberley relict of the late John Liddy 1894 Memorial 127/420

No 3

LIDDY, John hotelkeeper Narracoorte Hotel Narracoorte 1937 Memorial 137/510

LIDDY, Michael Patrick Francis storekeeper Willunga and Annie Hilda Liddy his wife 1951 Memorial 107/526

LIDDY, Thomas farmer Kooringa 1873 Memorial 164/297

LIDSTONE, J labourer College Place, Pt Adelaide 1904 Application 24857

LIEBE, Johann Gottfried farmer Rosenthal 1852[-1854] Memorial 258/40

No 1

LIEBEKNECHT, Johann George Christoph Liebeknecht husband of Johanne Friedericke Rudolphine Liebeknecht, formerly the Widow BOCK mother of the late Heinrich Christian Ludwig BOCK deceased 1858 [probably a family at Burra] Memorial 407/147

LIEBEKNECHT, Johann Georg Christoph farmer Section 1589 Light River 1854[-1865] Memorial 340/69

LIEBEKNECHT, Johann Georg Christoph farmer College Town 1866 Memorial 44/209

No 1

LIEBEKNECHT, Wilhelm Heinrich Johann Andreas no description only son of Johann Georg Christoph Liebeknecht no description 1872 Memorial 221/258

LIEBEKNECHT, Wilhelm Heinrich Johann Andreas labourer College Town. Executor of the real estate of the late Johann Georg Christoph Liebeknecht farmer formerly of College Town 1872 Application 12013

No 1

LIEBELT, Carl August Christoph farmer Mt Barker. Trustee St Michael Lutheran Church Hahndorf 1931 Application 27837

LIEBELT, Christoph farmer Mt Barker. Trustee St Michael Lutheran Church Hahndorf 1932 Application 27837

No 1

LIEBELT, Gottfried [the Younger] farmer Hahndorf, died 21/11/1866 Hahndorf, of apoplexy, aged 30 years Application 9730

LIEBELT, Elisabeth nee POHL widow Hahndorf [relict of Gottfried Liebelt formerly tailor and farmer Hahndorf and mother of Gottfried Liebelt the Younger] 1853[-1868] Memorial 88/60

No 1

LIEBELT, Johann Christian farmer Hahndorf 1853[-1858] Memorial 348/56

LIEBELT, Elisabeth nee KUCHEL, widow of Christian Liebelt 1858[-1879] Application 19503

LIEBELT, Johann Gottfried farmer Palmer. Hundred of Mobilong land grant 1882 Grant Book 58 Page 368 County Sturt

LIEBELT, Johann Gottlieb the Younger farmer Mt Barker. Member St Michael Lutheran Church Ambleside (formerly Hahndorf) 1931 Application 27837

LIEBICH, Bernard farmer Julia Creek Co Light. Hundred of Black Rock Plain land grant 1882 Grant Book 13 Page 110 County Dalhousie

No 1

LIEBICH, Gustav farmer Julia Creek Hundred of Black Rock Plain land grant 1882 Grant Book 13 Page 83 County Dalhousie

LIEBICH, Gustav farmer Black Rock Plain. Hundred of Black Rock Plain land grant 1885 Grant Book 13 Page 113 County Dalhousie

LIEBICH, Gustav farmer Arden Vale Hundred of Yarrah land grant 1899 Grant Book 49 Page 216 County Newcastle

LIEBICH, Heinrich Louis carpenter Greenock 1861 Application 2734

LIEBICH, Wilhelm farmer Light Pass 1856 Memorial 13/95

No 1

LIEBIG, Friedrich Wilhelm wheelwright Willaston, died 1924. His widow, Hannah Pauline Liebig died 1943 Application 28794

LIEBIG, Hannah Pauline widow Willaston near Gawler, died 1/7/1943 Croydon Park. Mother-in-law of Allen Shaw FREAK blacksmith 49 Harriet St, Croydon Park. Her children mentioned but not named Memorial 177/517

LIEBIG, Johann Carl farmer Adelaide 1858 Memorial 107/143

No 1

LIEBIG, Johann Friedrich farmer Angas Park 1851 Memorial 397/31

LIEBIG, Johann Friedrich farmer Siegersdorf, Hundred of Moorooroo, died c1857. He left estate to his wife, Dorothea Elisabeth Liebig, his daughter Dorothea Elisabeth HOFMANN wife of a Hoffmann, and his only son, Gottlob Liebig Memorial 285/133

LIEBIG, Johann Friedrich farmer Angas Park, died c1854. He left his real estate to his wife, Dorothea Elisabeth Liebig, for life, then to his only son, Gottlob Liebig, provided he plough the land for his mother annually and pay out £50 to his sister Dorothea Elisabeth HOFFMANN wife of Wilhelm Hoffmann farmer Siegersdorf. JF Liebig also left his wife all his cash, amounting to £100. The widow Liebig died 28/4/1875. Application 15555

FIND CHECK RUN

LIEBIG, Johann Gottlob farmer Angas Park 1851[-1855] Memorial 394/31

LIEBIG, Gottlob farmer near Nuriootpa Co Light. Hundred of Bagot land grant 1874 Grant Book 17 Page 230 County Eyre

LIEBIG, Johannes Gottlob farmer Siegersdorf near Nuriootpa 1907 Memorial 22/458

LIEBING, Gustav Adolph Immanuel saddler Mt Barker 1939, declared: I was born on 11 June 1876. He had lived in Mt Barker all his life. GAI Liebing supplied information about the Mt Barker police station Application 28267

LIEBLICH, Josef farmer Mitchellville via Cowell Co Jervois. Kimba (Hundred of Coombe) township allotment land grant 1915 Grant Book 9a Page 2 County Buxton

No 1

LIEBMANN, Traugott Ernst farmer near Gawler 1856 Memorial 384/96

LIEBMANN, Ernst cornfactor Gawler 1860[-1863] Memorial 76/167

LIEBMANN, Ernst fruiterer Caltowie Co Victoria. Cockburn (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1886 Grant Book 65 Page 165 County Not named

No 1 - perhaps the same person

LIENAU, August jeweller Mt Gambier 1882 Application 19207

LIENAU, A clerk Hackney 1896 Memorial 142/429

No 1

LIENERT, Carl limeburner Willaston and Elisabeth Lienert his wife 1906 Memorial 142/454

LIENERT, Carl formerly limeburner Willaston near Gawler but now of Balaklava and Elizabeth Lienert his wife 1922 Memorial 38/529

LIENERT, Carl Friedrich August Conrad farmer One Tree Hill in the Sources of the Little Para linked with Heinrich Julius Theodor Lienert farmer Sheaoak Log 1861 Memorial 265/172

No 1

LIENERT, Conrad farmer Hundred of Nuriootpa 1854 Memorial 358/77

LIENERT, Conrad farmer Sheaoak Log linked with Heinrich Julius Theodor Lienert farmer Sheaoak Log 1856[-1859] Memorial 156/101

LIENERT, George farmer Lyndoch Valley 1852 Memorial 85/42

No 1

LIENERT, Julius Heinrich Theodor miner Kooringa 1854 Memorial 291/77 Farmer Sheaoak Log 1854[-1880] Memorial 357/77

LIENERT, Julius Heinrich Theodor farmer Hundred of Nuriootpa 1856 Memorial 3/103 Husband of Luise Lienert formerly WALDHÜTER formerly the widow of the late Friedrich Waldhüter miner Kooringa, who died c 1856 Memorial 273/103

LIENERT, Julius Heinrich Theodor farmer Sheaoak Log born Clausthal, Hanover Application 11016

LIENERT, Julius Heinrich Theodor farmer Sheaoak Log and The Moppa, became a bankrupt in 1890 Memorial 129/409

LIENERT, Luise Wurefur formerly Luise WALDHÜTER relict of the late Friedrich Waldhüter formerly miner Kooringa deceased 1856 Memorial 273/103

LIERSCH, Friedrich farmer Crystal Brook. Trustee unnamed Church Hundred of Napperby Hundred of Napperby land grant 1897 Grant Book 60 Page 394 County Victoria

LIERSCH, Wilhelm farmer Goyder Hundred of Goyder land grant 1882 Grant Book 56 Page 414 County Stanley

No 1

LIERICH, William farmer Troubridge Hundred of Melville land grant 1876 Grant Book 19 Page 76 County Fergusson

LIERICH, William of Melville Hundred of Melville land grant 1879 Grant Book 19 Page 83 County Fergusson

LIESCHKE, Andreas farmer Section 3004 Hundred of Belvidere 1858 Memorial 256/141

LIESFELDT, August Heinrich wheelwright Tanunda 1859 Memorial 116/153

No 1

LIFE, John bootmaker Adelaide 1849 Memorial 487/14

LIFE, John carrier Adelaide 1851 Memorial 887/35

LIGERTWOOD, George Coutts acting master of the SA Supreme Court Adelaide 1916 Application 26506

No 1

LIGGETT, Joseph farmer Dry Creek 1859 Memorial 47/155

LIGGETT, Joseph farmer Para Plains 1869[-1877] Memorial 117/240

LIGGETT, Joseph died 18/7/1883. Father of Catherine HILL wife of John Hill [probably farmer Lower Wakefield near Balaklava in 1883 then] farmer Yorke Valley near Maitland 1893 and Elizabeth Liggett spinster Halifax St, Adelaide as situated in 1893 Memorial 18/417

No 1

LIGHT, Arnold gentleman Paringa 1849 Memorial 485/15

LIGHT, Arnold Alfred and Walter Henry farmers Sections 761, 762 Survey B Onkaparinga 1850 Memorials 363 & 364/24

LIGHT, Arnold Alfred farmer Nairne 1857 Memorial 113/131

LIGHT, Charles boundary rider Naracoorte Hundred of Jessie land grant 1873 Grant Book 50 Page 275 County Robe

LIGHT, Ernest Edward civil engineer Guildford WA 1911, exercising power of sale over an allotment of land in Penola, following the failure of repayment of money which his late father, George Thomas Light architect formerly of Adelaide, late of Guildford WA, lent on the security of this land in 1874 . GT Light had died 1895 Application 26050

LIGHT, George gentleman, Georgiana Light, and Annie Sarah PRIEST nee Light, wife of Charles William PRIEST, all of New Glenelg, children of Ann Light, who died intestate, had been satisfactorily concluded. Georgiana Light had acted as administrator. Settled 1886 Deposit 4/1886

No 1

LIGHT, George Thomas of Adelaide 1851[-1881] Memorial 401/32

LIGHT, George Thomas architect Adelaide 1884 Memorial 88/364

LIGHT, George Thomas architect Adelaide, about to leave the province for another colony, power of attorney to Alfred Henry STANBURY and George Albermarle WORNER gentlemen Adelaide, to sell his home, Ashfield, on South Tce, Adelaide, and settle all his business affairs 25/11/1884 Deposit 191/1885

No 1

LIGHT, HA Labron accountant Adelaide 1900 Memorial 238/439

LIGHT, Herbert Alfred Labron accountant Adelaide (Ware Chambers, King William St) 1903, died 6/5/1908 Memorial 135 & 136/460

LIGHT, Herbert Alfred Labron accountant Hall St, Semaphore, died 6/5/1908, of 1 hour's angina pectoris from several years' heart disease, aged 45. Born at Nairne. Married aged 41, without children Application 27805

No 1

LIGHT, John carpenter Adelaide 1851 Memorial 32/33

LIGHT, John carpenter formerly of Adelaide but now of Lansdown Place, Melbourne Vic 1857 Memorials 56 & 57/132

LIGHT, John formerly of Adelaide, but now of Lansdown Place, Melbourne Vic, power of attorney to John Bentley COCKBURN gentleman Osmond Tce, Norwood, power of attorney to sell his Lot 2 in the village of Norwood, and finalise other business affairs 17/12/1857 Deposit 15/1858

No 2

LIGHT, John hostler Adelaide 1856[-1857] Memorial 423/97

LIGHT, John Lloyd painter Coromandel Valley 1901 Memorial 178/443

No 1

LIGHT, Walter Henry farmer The Onkaparinga 1850[-1851] Memorial 364/24

LIGHT, Walter Henry civil engineer Adelaide 1854 Memorial 298/75

LIGHT, Walter Henry civil engineer Adelaide, bought Lots 17 & 18 Township of Yatala (Section 422B) from Osmond GILLES Esquire Glen Osmond 29/10/1854 for £56. The lots abutted Commercial Road and the intended railway to the Port. WH Light died in Dover, England. Edward CLARK solicitor Bristol drew up his will, and witnessed it with WH Light’s sister, Theodosia Maria Light 17/8/1857. Arnold Alfred Light surveyor Nairne got WH Light’s SA estate and his mother, Mary Ann Light of Dover, Kent, inherited WH Light’s estate elsewhere. In 1867, Edward Clark solicitor Bristol had retired to Bentry near Bristol, when he testified that he had drawn up the will. Application 79822

LIGHT, Walter Henry engineer formerly of Adelaide but then residing in Dover, Kent, England, died c1857. He left his entire estate in SA to his brother Arnold Alfred Light and the rest of his estate to his mother, Mary Anne Light of Dover Memorial 165/133

No 1

LIGHTBODY, William farmer Yorke Peninsula Hundred of Melville land grant 1873 Grant Book 19 Page 64 County Fergusson

LIGHTBODY, William farmer Diamond Lake Yorke Peninsula 1885 Memorial 247/367

LIGHTBURN, Harold Anderton engineer Henley Beach and Vera Lightburn his wife 1951 Memorial 135/526

No 1

LIGHTFOOT, James merchant Pt Adelaide 1854 Memorial 216/69

LIGHTFOOT, James licensed victualler Pt Adelaide 1860 Memorial 203/166

No 2 - likely to be identified with No 1

LIGHTFOOT, James wine and spirit merchant Kensington 1860 [Likely that J Lightfoot lived at Kensington and operated his business in Adelaide with his business partner John Pole BLUNDELL] Memorials 154/166, 204/166 & 206/166

LIGHTFOOT, James merchant Adelaide and Mary Agnes Lightfoot his wife formerly Mary Agnes PAYNE spinster 1857 Memorial 60/223

LIGHTFOOT, James merchant formerly of Adelaide, but now of Liverpool, Lancs, England 1867[-1869] Memorial 1/226

LIGHTFOOT, James m Mary Agnes PAYNE. They left SA to live in England. 19/8/1867 now merchant of Liverpool, Lancs, England, power of attorney to John Pole BLUNDELL merchant Adelaide, to sell his SA real estate and settle his business affairs Deposits 181 & 182/1869

No 1

LIGHTFOOT, William shoemaker Bowden 1853 Memorial 231/48 Husband of Mary Ann Lightfoot 1853 Memorial 402/49

No 2

LIGHTFOOT, William wine merchant Adelaide 1854 Memorial 313/61

LIGHTFOOT, William and James wine and spirit merchants Adelaide 1854 Memorial 263/77

LIGHTFOOT, William wine and spirit merchant King William St, Adelaide, in partnership with John Pole BLUNDELL of Adelaide, about to leave the province for some considerable time, power of attorney to his brother, James LIGHTFOOT, to manage his SA business affairs 25/7/1854 Deposit 219/OA

LIGHTGOW, William Thomas linked with Section 69 Hundred of Uroonda Co Granville 1885 Memorial 57/368

LIGHTON, Abraham of Clare 1850 Memorial 327/27

LIGHTON, Frederick blacksmith Mintaro 1862 Application 2772

LIHOU, Henry Winter labourer Kooringa and Mary Ann Lihou his wife 1890[-1902] Memorial 92/404

No 1

LIHOU, Nicholas railway guard Kapunda 1860[-1864] Memorial 204/171

LIHOU, Nicholas of Kooringa 1879 Memorial 219/314

LIHOU, Nicholas cordial manufacturer Kooringa 1881 Memorial 169/331

LIHOU, Peter Adolphus bricklayer Bowden 1852[-1856] Memorial 217/42 Mason Bowden 1853 Memorial 102/56

LILEY, William Thomas mariner Melbourne Vic 1858 Goolwa township allotment purchase Memorial 218/140

LILFORD, William labourer Great North Road 1853[-1854] Memorial 235/54

LILL, Angus Cuthbert warehouseman formerly of Maylands but now of Grange linked with Frederick William Russon Lill builder formerly of Rosser Ave, Norwood but now of Grange; and Percy Warren Lill formerly wicker manufacturer Norwood but now fruitgrower Renmark 1927 Memorial 63/498

LILL, Charles carpenter Pt Elliot 1864 Memorial 153/194

No 1

LILL, William Russon contractor St Peters 1910 Memorial 237/462

LILL, William Russon builder Adelaide St, Maylands, died 10/4/1913. Executors; Frederick William Russon Lill builder Prosser Ave, Norwood; Percy Warren Lill wicker manufacturer Norwood and Angus Cuthbert Lill warehouseman Maylands Memorial 183/470

LILLECRAPP, Albert William grazier Seacliff 1938 Application 28130

LILLECRAPP, Alfred Edward grazier Gawler 1930 Memorial 149/503

LILLECRAPP, EJ farmer Gawler 1889 Memorial 116/396

LILLECRAPP, Francis Lloyd agent Adelaide 1919 Application 26823

No 1

LILLECRAPP, Frank farmer Bagot Well Hundred of Koolunga land grant 1879 Grant Book 55 Page 187 County Stanley

LILLECRAPP, Frank farmer Koolunga 1899 Memorial 3/439

LILLECRAPP, George farmer Myponga 1872 Memorial 31/260

No 1

LILLECRAPP, John MartIn farmer Koolunga trustee Institute Koolunga Koolunga (Hundred of Koolunga) township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 56 Page 325 County Stanley

LILLECRAPP, John Martin farmer Bagot Well Hundred of Koolunga land grant 1884 Grant Book 55 Page 192 County Stanley

LILLECRAPP, John Martin farmer Koolunga, died 6/9/1893. Estate worth £1,770. Frank Lillecrapp farmer Koolunga was an executor Memorial 106/419

LILLECRAPP, John Martin farmer Koolunga, died 6/9/1893. Husband of Eliza Jane Lillecrapp, who lived at Malvern by 1898. Linked with Frank Lillecrapp farmer Koolunga Memorial 168/436

No 1

LILLECRAPP, William gentleman Kent Town, died 19/4/1881. Executors: his sons William Spettigue Lillecrapp farmer Orroroo, John Martin Lillecrapp farmer near Koolunga and son-in-law Henry DAWSON farmer Gumeracha Memorial 35/331

LILLECRAPP, William the Elder gentleman Kent Town, died 19/4/1881. William Spettigue Lillecrapp farmer Orroroo, John Martin Lillecrapp farmer Koolunga and Albert Lillecrapp farmer Eden Valley mentioned in his will Memorial 209/339

LILLECRAPP, William Ryall of Orroroo 1891 Memorial 104/408

LILLECRAPP, William Spettigue farmer Orroroo. Hundred of Walloway land grant 1901 Grant Book 13 Page 228 County Dalhousie

No 1

LILLEY, Daniel farmer Sandergrove near Strathalbyn 1865 Memorial 221/209

LILLEY, Daniel formerly farmer Sandergrove 1865 but now labourer Strathalbyn 1872 Application 12145

LILLEY, Daniel labourer Ashbourne Hundred of Kondoparinga land grant 1900 Grant Book 36 Page 252 County Hindmarsh

LILLEYMAN, Robert gentleman Walkerville 1839 Application 13012

No 1

LILLIA, Henry labourer Pt Adelaide 1848 Memorial 58/13

LILLIA, Henry fisherman 56 Queen St, Alberton, died 15/8/1897 intestate and a widower. Father of William Lillia, Henry Lillia the Younger, Ellen BARNETT and Mary HEATH Application 29484

BARNETT, Ellen nee LILLIA (Daughter of Henry Lillia) widow 56 Queen St, Alberton, died 9/7/1938. She left estate to her children - by 1962 there survived: Leonard Charles Barnett labourer 56 Queen St, Alberton, Ethel May HOBAN widow 19 Clearview Crescent, Clearview and Emma Agnes HELSING widow 56 Queen St, Alberton. Another son, John Barnett retired waterside worker, died 30/5/1961 intestate and a bachelor, aged 76. During 1964, the family sold the house to the Gold Star Baker Ltd, which knocked down the residence and cleared the block to build a new bakery. LC Barnett moved to 788 Torrens Rd, Rosewater, after selling the family home Application 29484

LILLICOAT, Isaac mining agent Bowden 1856 Memorial 201/103

LILLOSTI, Antonio shoemaker of Batti, Le Fevre Peninsula 1882 Application 1909

LILLY, William labourer Thebarton 1848 Memorial 246/11

LILLYWHITE, Edward clerk Pt Pirie 1891 Memorial 34/407

LILLYWHITE, Edward S farmer Normanville 1871 Memorial 128/251

No 1

LILLYWHITE, James bank clerk North Adelaide linked with Jane Lillywhite spinster North Adelaide 1857[-1865] Memorial 334/122

LILLYWHITE, James bank manager Gawler. Gawler Wesleyan Methodist Church trustee 1867 Memorial 54/218

LILLYWHITE, James bank manager Strathalbyn 1869 Memorial 6/240

LILLYWHITE, John of Saltia 1887 Memorial 75/387

LILLYWHITE, Thomas farmer Dry Creek 1853 Memorial 444/50

LIMB, John blacksmith Gawler 1884[-1920] Memorial 236/361

LIMBERG, Edgar H clerk to Robert HOMBURG solicitor Adelaide 1887 Memorial 236/385

No 1

LIMBERT, Alfred storekeeper Yankalilla 1864 Memorial 117/199

LIMBERT, Alfred and William Harvey storekeepers Rapid Bay 1867 Memorial 211/221

LIMBERT, Alfred storekeeper Naracoorte Hundred of Naracoorte land grant 1878[-1884] Grant Book 50 Page 112 County Robe

LIMBERT, Alfred farmer near Narracoorte 1882 Memorial 210/338

LIMBERT, Alfred sheepfarmer Naracoorte Hundred of Joanna land grant 1882 Grant Book 50 Page 228 County Robe

LIMBERT, Alfred storekeeper Narracoorte 1886 Memorial 55/380

LIMBERT, Alfred storekeeper Naracoorte 1889 Application 21599

LIMBERT, Bertha Margaret home duties 169 Fisher St, Fullarton 1944, declared that she had lived in Auburn between 1881-1897 and had frequently visited the area since. She was a sister to Osmund Charles Harvey Limbert, who died 23/4/1944 Application 28394

No 1

LIMBERT, Edgar H clerk Adelaide 1881 Memorial 216/336

LIMBERT, Edgar H clerk to Messrs FLEMING, BOUCAUT & ASHTON solicitors Adelaide 1884 Memorial 183/355

LIMBERT, Edgar Henry articled clerk Adelaide 1885 Application 20246

LIMBERT, Edgar H articled clerk to R HOMBURG solicitor Adelaide 1886[-1887] Memorial 73/379

LIMBERT, Edgar H solicitor Petersburg 1888[-1889] Memorial 107/395

LIMBERT, EH solicitor Adelaide 1897 Memorial 200/432

LIMBERT, Edgar Henry solicitor Adelaide ( 32 Waymouth St) 1904 Application 24837

LIMBERT, Edgar Henry solicitor Adelaide. Trustee St Paul's Adelaide 1909 Memorial 235/461

LIMBERT, Edgar Henry solicitor North Walkerville and Adelaide and Rosanna Agnes Limbert his wife, linked with Sarah Elizabeth CHIBNALL spinster Fullarton Estate 1912 Memorial 113/466

LIMBERT, Henry storekeeper Kingston S-E 1870[-1875] Memorial 224/244

No 1

LIMBERT, John storekeeper Tin Pot 1857 Memorial 307/125

LIMBERT, John storekeeper Middleton near Pt Elliot 1860 Application 1061

LIMBERT, John of Kapunda 1866 Application 7463

LIMBERT, Lloyd grazier Adelaide 1928[-1933] Memorial 195/489

No 1

LIMBERT, Osmund Charles Harvey mercntle manager Auburn 1915 Memorial 12/473

LIMBERT, OCH storekeeper Auburn 1924 Memorial 113/490

LIMBERT, Osmund Charles Harvey mercantile manager New Auburn 1927 Application 27540

LIMBERT, Osmund Charles Harvey chemist Auburn, died 23/4/1944. Son of John Limbert. Brother to Louisa Mary Limbert, Bertha Margaret Limbert, Edward Claude William Harvey Limbert and Horace James Limbert Memorial 156/518

No 1

LIMBERT, William gold digger Adelaide 1852 Memorial 124/43

LIMBERT, William labourer Adelaide 1853 Memorial 294/60

No 1

LIMBERT, William Harvey grocer Adelaide 1855 Memorial 355/91

LIMBERT, William Harvey storekeeper Mt Torrens 1856 Memorial 57/99

LIMBERT, WIlliam Harvey postmaster Mt Pleasant 1857 Memorial 289/131

LIMBERT, William Harvey gentleman Adelaide 1860 Memorial 86/164

LIMBERT, William Harvey storekeeper Rapid Bay 1866 Memorial 239/215

LIMBERT, WH postmaster Second Valley near Rapid Bay 1867 Memorial 9/226

LIMBERT, William Harvey formerly storekeeper but recently chemist and druggist Second Valley Rapid Bay, died 26/11/1886. Father of Jane Mariane FOWLES wife of Charles Whatord Fowles telegraph station master Cape Jervois Memorial 81/382

No 1

LIMER, George carpenter The Tiers 1855 Memorial 175/92

LIMER, George farmer New Tiers 1856 Memorial 124/102

LIMSCH, Carl Wilhelm farmer Tanunda 1853.Enrolment/

LINANE, Charles labourer Willaston 1859 Memorial 347/149

No 1

LINCOLN, Henry Lieutenant RN Bald Hills near Yankalilla 1853 Memorial 325/51

LINCOLN, Henry Lieutenant RN Bald Hills Inman Valley 1856 Memorial 101/106

LINCOLN, Henry retired Commander of HM Royal Navy Mt Barker, died 10/4/1880. He owned land at Encounter Bay. His nephew, William Elerby Lincoln was a clergyman in Painesville Ohio USA Application 18157

No 1

LINCOLNE, Abraham and Lincolne, Henry Harvey gentlemen Unley 1851 Memorial 303/30 Gentlemen formerly of Unley but now of Lockend 1851[-1853] Memorial 370/30

LINCOLNE, Abraham gentleman Lochend about to marry Sarah Emily LAMBERT widow Adelaide 1851 Memorial 12/38

LINCOLNE, Abraham farmer Lockend near Adelaide 1852 Memorial 235/44 Landowner Campbelltown 1853 Memorial 274/52

LINCOLNE, Abraham gardener formerly of Campbelltown but now of near Melbourne Vic 1855 Memorial 258/91

LINCOLNE, Abraham gardener formerly of Campbelltown but now of Moonee Ponds Vic 1858 Memorial 272/145

LINCOLNE, Abraham agricutural agent Bourke St, Melbourne Vic. His wife, Sara Emily Lincolne, died 21/6/1876. The couple had married in SA on 7/11/1851. Surviving children by 1879 included; Mary Reefe GAYFER wife of William Bokenham Gayfer squatter Manfred Station near Balranald NSW (married 26/2/1878), Fowell Buxton Lincolne Government shorthand writer Hawthorne Vic and Jessie Napier Lincolne spinster East Melbourne Vic (she had just turned 21) Memorial 246/319

LINCOLNE, Abraham practical agriculturalist Kirk's Bazaar, Melbourne Vic linked with William Lincolne of 13 Dundas St, Glasgow, Co Lanark, Scotland 1883 Memorial 98/351

LINCOLNE, Abraham agricultural agent 107 Albert St, Melbourne, died 10/10/1884, of morbus cordis (5 months), aged 68. Son of William Lincolne. Born Essex, England. 13 years in NSW; 34 years in Vic. m SA aged 37 to Sarah Emily REEVE. Family - Mary Lincolne 32, Fowell 30 (of Camberwell), Jessie 26, Frank deceased. Application 20434

LINCOLNE, Sarah Emily of 2 Lawson Tce, Powlett St, Melbourne Vic, died 21/6/1876, of scarlatine and exhaustion (lasting 9 days), aged 60. She was born in Essex, England, the daughter of William REEVE. m Robert LAMBERT in Essex, and emigrated to SA c1850. R LAMBERT died. She remarried to Abraham LINCOLNE. 2 years in SA. 24 years in Vic. Two daughters (Emily and Kate now dead) by her first marriage. Mary 23, Fowell Buxton 22, Frank dead, and Jessie 17 by the second marriage Deposit 156/1877

No 1

LINCOLNE, Henry Harvey gentleman Lochend 1853 about to marry Caroline Amelia REEVE spinster Adelaide Memorial 329/56

LINCOLNE, Henry Harvey Lieutenant RN Bald Hills Inman Valley 1853[-1855] Memorial 325/51

LINCOLNE, Henry Harvey full age draper married Caroline Amelia REEVE full age 24/8/1853 Abraham Lincolne's private home Lockend Minister: Rev'd TQ STOW. Witnesses: Abraham Lincolne, and Jonathan C BISHOP. No surviving children of the marriage. HH Lincolne died 20/11/1853 intestate, by throwing himself from a ladder while in a fit of insanity no age George STEVENSON JP Coroner. HH Lincolne was the son of William Lincolne of Witham, Essex, who married Mary NAPIER spinster White Friars, London, on 29/12/1813, St Bride's Fleet St, London. Later, the parents were grocers and drapers of Halesworth, Suffolk, when William Lincolne the Elder died 1847, leaving William Lincolne the Younger of London, as his heir at law. Jonathan Corbyn BISHOP gentleman Walkerville knew the family well 1878. ES WIGG bookseller Adelaide knew the parents well in England 1878. Application 16794

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

LINCOLNE, William the Elder grocer and draper Witham, Essex, England married Mary NAPIER spinster of White Friars, London, Middlesex, England, at St Bride’s Fleet St, London, Middlesex, on 29/12/1813. The Loncolnes later lived at Halesworth, Sussex. William Lincolne died 22/5/1847 Halesworth, of a malignant tumour of the thigh, aged 58. Their son, Henry Harvey Lincolne, was born 14/7/1827 Halesworth, and baptised in the Independent Chapel, Halesworth, on 5/10/1827. HH Lincolne emigrated to SA, bought land in Unley,where he died there intestate. As his father had died, his eldest brother, William Lincolne formerly the Younger Esquire Manchester, Lancs, England, inherited his property as heir at law. W Lincolne the Younger had been born at Witham on 17/3/1815 Application 5215

LINCOLNE, William of 13 Dundas St, Glasgow, Scotland, power of attorney to his brother, Abraham Lincolne agriculturalist, Kuk’s Bazaar, Melbourne Vic, to sell his interest in land at Lochend, Adelaide, which brothers Abraham and Henry Harvey Lincolne, purchased c1849 13/4/1883 Deposit 1701/1883

No 1 - probably the same person

LIND, William bootmaker Adelaide 1839 Application 6314

LIND, William labourer Cowandilla 1841 Application 8822

LIND, William bootmaker Cowandilla 1844 Memorial 353/3

LIND, William labourer Cowandilla 1845 Memorial 36/5

No 1

LINDE, Haken tinman Adelaide 1850 Memorial 65/22

LINDE, Haken tinsmith and brazier Mt Barker 1854[-1857] Memorial 194/79 He had moved to Adelaide by 1882 Application 19179

LINDE, Haken tinsmith Adelaide 1867 Memorial 78/225S

LINDE, Haken of Stepney 1874 Application 13302

LINDE, Haken distiller Stepney 1882 Memorial 189/341

LINDHOLM, Martin Otto labourer Lyndoch 1937 Memorial 160/511

LINDLOHM, Charles farm labourer Dutton Hundred of Dutton land grant 1900 Grant Book 17 Page 98 County Eyre

No 1

LINDNER, Alfred Joseph farmer Mt Gambier 1935[-1945] Memorial 28/509

LINDNER, Alfred Joseph farmer Mt Gambier 1945. Mt Gambier Lutheran Church trustee Application 28421

No 1

LINDNER, August carter Stockwell 1859 Memorial 62/151

LINDNER, August farmer Tanunda 1860 Memorial 319/168

No 1 - perhaps the same person

LINDNER, August Eduard mason Stockwell 1861 Memorial 314/176

LINDNER, August mason Stockwell 1862 Application 3679

LINDNER, August Edward farmer Saddleworth Co Light. Hundred of Tarcowie land grant 1879 Grant Book 13 Page 44 County Dalhousie

LINDNER, August Eduard farmer Tarcowie 1883 Memorial 140/349

LINDNER, Carl Heinrich farmer near Eudunda. Emmaeus Lutheran Church trustee 1928 Memorial 155/500

LINDNER, Carl Hermann butcher Krondorf 1907[-1914] Memorial 13/529

LINDNER, Carl Richard butcher Krondorf 1914 Memorial 21/471

No 1

LINDNER, Carl Traugott farmer near Mt Gambier 1877[-1902] Memorial 136/301, Application 21391

LINDNER, Carl Traugott farmer Mt Gambier Hundred of Mingbool land grant 1883 Grant Book 31 Page 121 County Grey

LINDNER, Carl Traugott farmer OB Flat near Mt Gambier 1882 Memorial 231/341

No 1

LINDNER, Erdmann Gottlieb farmer near Mt Gambier 1902[-1945] Memorial 7/445

LINDNER, Erdmann Gottlieb farmer Mt Gambier 1945. Mt Gambier Lutheran Church trustee Application 28421

LINDNER, Ernst carpenter Adelaide 1853 Memorial 200/49

No 1

LINDNER, Gottlieb blacksmith Friedrichstadt 1853 Memorial 65/61

LINDNER, Gottlieb blacksmith Hahndorf 1854 Co Grey land grant near Mt Gambier Memorial 244/72

LINDNER, Gottlieb farrier Mt Gambier 1855 Memorial 146/80

LINDNER, Gottlieb and Traugott farmers Mt Gambier 1874 Memorial 106/277

LINDNER, John farmer Yalpara 1885 Memorial 150/371

No 1

LINDNER, Johann August farmer Lyndoch Valley 1858[-1862] Memorial 276/132

LINDNER, Johann August farmer Palmer Hundred of Moorowie land grant 1877 Grant Book 19 Page 33 County Fergusson

FIND APPEAR TO COME FROM THE SAME FAMILY GROUP

LINDNER, August farmer near Hoyleton. Hundred of Hall land grant 1883 Grant Book 56 Page 218 County Stanley

LINDNER, Eduard farmer Halbury. Hundred of Hall land grant 1885 Grant Book 56 Page 221 County Stanley

LINDNER, Johann Friedrich labourer Hoyleton. Hundred of Hall land grant 1882 Grant Book 56 Page 218 County Stanley

LINDNER, Johann Gottfried farmer Palmer 1881 Memorial 17/329

No 1

LINDNER, Johann Gottlieb farmer Torrens Special Survey 1857[-1858] Memorial 119/130 Linked with Samuel Gottlob Lindner farmer Blumberg 1858 Memorial 103/139

LINDNER, Johann Gottlieb farmer Blumberg 1886 Memorial 141/376

LINDNER, Johann Gottlieb farmer Blumberg, declared that he had lived in Blumberg since 1850. Gustav Adolph WEIDENBACH and Gustav PROMNITZ had been his neighbours during the whole of that time 1894 Application 22726

No 1

LINDNER, Johann Gottlob farmer Nuriootpa 1855 Memorial 150/88

LINDNER, Johann Gottlob farmer Hundred of Nuriootpa 1856[-1860]Memorial 344/98

LINDNER, Johann Gottlob farmer Langmeil linked with LINDNER, Wilhelm butcher Langmeil 1864 Application 5722

LINDNER, Johann Heinrich August farmer near Clare 1861 Application 2015

LINDNER, Traugott farmer Mt Gambier 1863 Memorial 18/191

LINDNER, Traugott Wilhelm butcher near Tanunda 1881 Memorial 204/336

No 1 FIND CHECK RUN

LINDNER, Wilhelm farmer Point Pass 1881 Grant Book 17 Page 169 County Eyre

LINDNER, W the Elder and Younger farmers Hundred of Lindley Co Burra 1885 Memorial 243/368

LINDNER, Wilhelm farmer Mt Gambier 1892 Application 22420

LINDO, Beatrice Gertrude married woman Broken Hill NSW 1929 Application 27777

LINDO, Benjamin of Hindmarsh. Bowden & Brompton Land and Building Society trustee 1856 Memorial 41/97

LINDO, Caroline James dressmaker Warnertown. Warnertown (Hundred of Napperby) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 60 Page 417 County Victoria

No 1

LINDO, John Henry labourer Jamestown Co Victoria. Hundred of Terowie land grant 1879 Grant Book 40 Page 10 County Kimberley

LINDO, John Henry of Cradock 1908 Memorial 199/458

LINDO, Robert labourer Kooringa 1877 Memorial 39/300

LINDO, Robert Christmas farmer near Nairne 1861 Memorial 11/174

LINDOW, Thomas Hugh carpenter Gawler 1864[-1865] Memorial 191/194

LINDOW, Thomas William merchant Adelaide 1883 Memorial 24/347

LINDQUIST, Gustav Wilhelm labourer Curramulka. Curramulka township allotment land grant 1886 Grant Book 19 Page 371 County Fergusson

No 1

LINDRUM, Friedrich Wilhelm gentleman Adelaide 1863[-1865] Memorial 41/191

LINDRUM, Friedrich Wilhelm billiard table keeper Adelaide (Billard room at the Blenheim Hotel Hindley St) 1867[-1871] Memorial 132/222

LINDRUM, Frederick William billiard room proprietor Adelaide took out a 2-year lease of the Clarendon Hotel The Bar and the Shades from 1871 Memorial 237/252

LINDRUM, Frederick William licensed victualler Adelaide Co Adelaide. Warnertown (Hundred of Napperby) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 60 Page 415 County Victoria

LINDSAY, AEJ railway employee Bordertown 1938 Application 28120

No 1

LINDSAY, Andrew engineer Alberton 1877 Application 16397

LINDSAY, Andrew blacksmith Alberton 1896 Application 23170

LINDSAY, Amos labourer Strathalbyn 1856 Memorial 341/105

LINDSAY, Andrew blacksmith Alberton 1868 Memorial 142/234

No 1

LINDSAY, Arthur of Adelaide Chairman of the Destitute Board of SA 1889 Memorial 219/396

LINDSAY, Arthur Chairman and Superintendent of the Destitute Asylum, about to leave the province for some time, power of attorney to Thomas Henry ATKINSON Deputy Superintendent of the Destitute Asylum, to attend to his SA business affairs 29/4/1890 Deposit 55/1890

LINDSAY, Arthur Chairman of the Destitute Board Adelaide1891 Application 22123

LINDSAY, Arthur Superintendent of the Destitute Asylum North Tce, Adelaide 1896 Application 27302

LINDSAY, Arthur gentleman Adelaide former Chairman of the Destitute Board of SA handed over the Board's real estate to the new Chairman, Thomas Henry ATKINSON 1904 Memorial 50/452

No 1

LINDSAY, Arthur Fydell Esquire Encounter Bay 1845 Memorial 135/5

LINDSAY, AF stockholder Hindmarsh Valley 1863 Memorial 312/192

LINDSAY, Arthur Fydell Esquire MP Victor Harbor 1871 Memorial 28/251

LINDSAY, Arthur Fydell Esquire Pt Elliot 1871 Memorial 97/255

LINDSAY, Benjamin and William farmers Manoora 1888[-1895] Memorial 44/395

No 1

LINDSAY, Catherine widow Medindie 1884 Application 20060

LINDSAY, Catherine widow Gilberton, died c1884. Her family included - David Lindsay, John Lindsay and Jane Reid JONES wife of James William Jones deputy survey general Gilberton Memorial 103/361

No 1

LINDSAY, Charles Esquire Mitcham 1859 Memorial 168/153

LINDSAY, Charles Esquire Mitcham linked with John Lindsay merchant Adelaide 1861 Memorial 7/174

LINDSAY, Charles Esquire Mitcham 1861, linked with John Lindsay Esquire late of Mitcham but now of Campbelltown Application 2533

LINDSAY, Charles MP of Mitcham linked with John Lindsay merchant Adelaide 1865 Memorial 240/200

LINDSAY, Charles Esquire formerly of Mitcham but now in parts beyond the seas 1867 Memorial 95/218

LINDSAY, Charles Esquire formerly of Mitcham but now of Ridge Park, Co Lanark, Scotland 1869 Memorial 64/243

LINDSAY, Charles Esquire Ridge Park, Co Lanark, Scotland, power of attorney to John LINDSAY gentleman Adelaide, to manage his considerable SA real estate 7/9/1870. He died 11/12/1884, leaving his brother John LINDSAY merchant Adelaide, Christina McCall Lindsay nee REID widow of Charles Lindsay, and other British trustees, as trustees of the SA real estate, to be kept in trust to fulfil the provisions of the will 2/4/1885 Deposits 188/1875, 31/1900

LINDSAY, Charles of Co Lanark, Scotland, died 11/12/1884. Husband of Christina Lindsay nee REID. Possibly a relative, John Lindsay merchant Adelaide Memorial 127/380

LINDSAY, Crawford of Battunga [near Macclesfield] 1855[-1857] Memorial 472/92

No 1 - perhaps the same person

LINDSAY, David gentleman Adelaide leased land in the Athelstone Estate 1883 Memorial 203/350

LINDSAY, David linked with Section 102 Hundred of Napperby Co Victoria 1886 Memorial 52/375

LINDSAY, Edward Frederick Esquire 1845 Memorial 119/5

No 1 - perhaps the same person

LINDSAY, Francis and James farmers both of Smithfield 1876 Memorial 108/297

LINDSAY, Francis farmer East Auburn and Christina Lindsay his wife 1886 Application 20939

No 1

LINDSAY, George Weatherill contractor Mallala and Martha Ashton Lindsay his wife 1891 Memorial 38/407

LINDSAY, George Weatherall contractor Mallala and Martha Ashton Lindsay his wife 1916 Application 26518

LINDSAY, Isabella widow Summertown 1935 Application 27962

No 1

LINDSAY, James farmer Gawler Plains 1858 Memorial 37/144

LINDSAY, James farmer Hundred of Munno Para 1874[-1876] Memorial 227/271

LINDSAY, James farmer Smithfield 1888 Memorial 139/393

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

LINDSAY, John master mariner Pt Adelaide and Catherine Linsday his wife 1862 Memorial 187/310

LINDSAY, John master the Elder mariner Goolwa 1873 Memorial 113/269

LINDSAY, John the Younger storekeeper Goolwa 1873 Memorial 113/269

LINDSAY, John master mariner Pt Adelaide, died 29/6/1878. He left his entire estate, worth £800, to his wife, Catherine Lindsay. Catherine Lindsay widow North Adelaide, died c1884. She left her estate in equal shares to David Lindsay formerly of Adelaide but now of Coolgardie WA and Jane Reid JONES wife of James William Jones Conservator of Water Gilberton 1896 Application 23209

No 1

LINDSAY, John merchant Adelaide, power of attorney to John ACRAMAN and George MAIN merchants Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 29/11/1867 Deposit 37/1868

LINDSAY, John of Adelaide manager of the Adelaide Life Assurance and Guarantee Co 1884[-1885] Memorial 137/356

LINDSAY, John gentleman Adelaide linked with

Christina McCall Lindsay widow of the late Charles Lindsay formerly of Ridge Park Co Lanark, Scotland but now deceased 1885 Memorial 76/368

LINDSAY, John Esquire Adelaide 1887 Memorial 136/387

No 1

LINDSAY, Noble Johnson Wetherall farmer Pt Gawler 1867 Memorial 188/219

LINDSAY, Noble Johnson Wetherall farmer Mallala 1876[-1884] Memorial 176/295, Application 20103

LINDSAY, Noble Johnson Weatherall Hundred of Dublin land grant 1877 Grant Book 26 Page 338 County Gawler

LINDSAY, Noble Johnson Weatherall farmer Mallala Co Gawler. Warnertown (Hundred of Napperby) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 60 Page 415 County Victoria

LINDSAY, Peter carpenter Portland Estate 1865 Application 6494

No 1

LINDSAY, Robert engineer Pt Adelaide 1858[-1888] Memorial 156/143

LINDSAY, Robert and KINGHORN, William engineers and boilermakers Pt Adelaide trading under the style or firm of Lindsay & Kinghorn boiler makers 1859 Memorial 46/163

LINDSAY, Robert engineer Portland Estate 1868 Memorial 229/229

LINDSAY, Robert boiler maker Pt Adelaide 1873 Application 12554

LINDSAY, Robert engine and boiler maker Pt Adelaide 1874 Application 13875

LINDSAY, Robert Esquire Pt Adelaide 1875 Memorial 25/280

LINDSAY, Robert engineer Pt Adelaide trustee of the Loyal Duke of Portland Oddfellow's Lodge Friendly Society 1869 Memorial 35/242

LINDSAY, Robert engineer Pt Adelaide 1890 Application 21878

No 1

LINDSAY, Samuel stockholder Mt Gambier Hundred of Young land grant 1869 Grant Book 30 Page 133 County Grey

LINDSAY, Samuel and William sheep farmers Glencoe near Mt Gambier 1880 Memorial 2/325

LINDSAY, Samuel sheep farmer Glencoe, about to proceed to parts beyond the sea for a period, power of attorney to James JACKSON doctor of medicine Mt Gambier, to continue the work of setting up a marriage settlement between Mary Facey LINDSAY and James JACKSON 20/12/1881 Deposit 172/1882

LINDSAY, Samuel formerly sheep farmer Glencoe near Mt Gambier but now in parts beyond the sea 1882 Memorial 173/345

LINDSAY, Samuel James master mariner George St, Fitzroy Vic, died 13/8/1874. His late wife called Ann Lindsay. Samuel Lindsay no description a son of Samuel Lindsay Memorial 162/337

No 1

LINDSAY, Stuart farmer Tam O'Shanter Belt 1854 Memorial 37/70

LINDSAY, Stuart farmer Gawler Plains 1855[-1861] Memorial 104/91, Application 2401

LINDSAY, Stuart farmer near Gawler 1862 Application 3266

LINDSAY, Stuart farmer Sandy Creek, died c1867. He left estate under various trusts for his wife, Charlotte Lindsay, and his children - George Lindsay, Anna Lindsay, David Lindsay, Jane Stuart Lindsay, Mary Stuart Lindsay, James Stuart Stewart Lindsay and John Foster Lindsay Memorial 201/226

LINDSAY, Stuart the Elder farmer Sandy Creek, died c1867. His wife to manage in trust the farm on Section 720 Hundred of Barossa, until son David turned 21. Then sons George and David Lindsay to divide the section equally absolutely in remainder expectant by lot and pay the widow £30 a year and to have the use of whatever part of the house she wishes to live in for life. When the farm is handed over, all moveable assets on the farm to be sold and the proceeds invested. The money to go towards the upkeep of all the minor children in the proportion of 2 to1 in favour of the males. Trustees, the testator's wife, Charlotte Lindsay, also James Lindsay farmer Gawler Plains, and James Sim farmer Balmoral Barossa. Children of the marriage - George Lindsay, Anna Lindsay, Margaret Lindsay, David Lindsay, Jane Stuart Lindsay, Mary Stuart Lindsay, James Stuart Lindsay, Stuart Lindsay the Younger and John Foster Lindsay Enrolment 81/48

LINDSAY, George born 1/9/1851 Hindmarsh, son of Stuart Lindsay surveyor and Charlotte nee BROCK. By 1856, Stuart Lindsay was a farmer Section 4103 Gawler Plains, when his son, David Lindsay, was born 13/5/1856. In 1879, George and David Lindsay were farmers Sandy Creek Application 17426

No 1

LINDSAY, William gentleman Strathalbyn and Sarah Lindsay his wife 1871 Memorial 8/278

No 2

LINDSAY, William farmer Manoora 1912 Memorial 142/466

No 1

LINDSAY, William Stuart farmer Auburn 1929 Memorial 51/502

LINDSAY, William Stuart out of business Auburn, died 1/10/1954 Memorial 191/530

LINDSAY, WSSC of Battunga [near Macclesfield] 1855 Memorial 471/92

LINDSCHAU, Hans Nissen watchmaker Hawker. Hawker (Hundred of Wonoka) township allotment land grant 1893 Grant Book 5 Page 18 County Blachford

No 1

LINDSEY, Edward Frederick Esquire Adelaide 1845 Memorial 119/5

LINDSEY, Edward Frederick master mariner Alberton 1847 Memorial 401/9

LINDSTROM/LINDSTRÖM, Carl baker Adelaide 1864 Memorial 90/201

No 1

LINDSTROM/LINDSTRÖM, Erik gardener Deep Creek near Norton Summit 1884 Memorial 156/362

LINDSTROM/LINDSTRÖM, Erik gardener Forest Range 1895[-1900] Memorial 111/424

LINDSTROM/LINDSTRÖM, Erik Walfrid gardener Forest Range 1910 Application 25778

No 1

LINES, AH farmer Findon 1877 Memorial 238/298

LINES, Albert Henry farmer Franklin Harbour 1884 Memorial 62/363

LINES, Albert Henry farmer The Meadows 1886 Memorial 45/381

LINES, Albert Henry farmer formerly of The Meadows but now of Glenelg 1898 Memorial 244/434

LINES, Charles James farmer Dublin Hundred of Dublin land grant 1877[-1881] Grant Book 26 Page 339 County Gawler

LINES, Charles Stimson farmer Wistow Co Hindmarsh. Hundred of Barunga land grant 1880 Grant Book 14 Page 460 County Daly

LINES, Elizabeth Ann spinster Pekina. Hundred of Pekina land grant 1882 Grant Book 13 Page 165 County Dalhousie

No 1

LINES, Dennis farmer Torrens Road near Woodville 1877 Memorial 139/313

LINES, Dennis farmer Curramulka and LINES, Richard farmer Pt Vincent 1900 Sons of the late Timothy Lines farmer Torrens Road Application 24069

LINES, Ernest Roy gardener 25 Cavendish Ave, Devon Park, aged 69 in 1953, declared that he had lived at the above address since 1929 Application 28948

LINES, Frederick butcher Nairne 1876 Memorial 75/288

No 1

LINES, Frederick William farmer Port Road owned land at Woodville 1850[-185] Memorial 76/27

LINES, Frederick William farmer late of the Port Road but now of the Onkaparinga near Noarlunga Nov 1851 Memorial 180/37

LINES, Frederick William gentleman Daylesford Vic owned land at Woodville 1864 Memorial 6/201

No 2

LINES, Frederick William gentleman Reedbeds father of Gertrude Jane Lines and brother to Oscar John Lines also of the Reedbeds 1867 Memorial 133/270

No 1 - perhaps the same person

LINES, John, Mark and Thomas farmers Skillogolee Creek Co Stanley 1854 Memorial 90/78

LINES, John, Mark and Thomas farmers Peachey Belt 1855 Memorial 402/84

No 2 - perhaps the same person

LINES, John blacksmith Leasingham 1862 Memorial 281/193

LINES, John blacksmith Auburn 1867 Application 8308

LINES, John blacksmith Auburn 1871 Memorial 152/252

No 3 - perhaps the same person

LINES, John farmer Richman Creek Hundred of Willochra land grant 1880 Grant Book 24 Page 541 County Frome

LINES, John farmer Hoyleton Hundred of Willochra land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 542 County Frome

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

LINES, John Ayers farmer Skillogolee Creek 1862 Memorial 188/181

LINES, John Ayers the Younger farmer Skillogolee Creek Co Stanley. Hundred of Pekina land grant 1880 Grant Book 13 Page 162 County Dalhousie

LINES, John Ayers farmer Tarcowie Co Dalhousie. Bruce (Hundred of Willochra township allotment land grant ) 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 798 County Frome

LINES, John Ayers of Tarcowie 1887 Memorial 91/388

LINES, John Ayers the Elder of the Hundred of Pekina Co Dalhousie 1888 Memorial 235/394

LINES, John Ayers farmer near Pt Pirie 1897 Memorial 228/432

LINES, John Oscar farmer Dublin Hundred of Dublin land grant 1876[-1888] Grant Book 26 Page 332 County Gawler

LINES, Joseph of Angaston 1855 Memorial 208/82

LINES, Joseph William farmer Pekina 1910 Grant Book 13 Page 174 County Dalhousie

No 1

LINES, Oscar Criss bank accountant Adelaide Waukaringa township allotment land grant 1889 Grant Book 45 Page 5 County Lytton

LINES, Oscar Criss bank manager Broken Hill NSW 1890 Memorial 75/407

LINES, Oscar Criss bank manager formerly of Adelaide but now of Broken Hill NSW Jan 1892 Application 22191

No 1

LINES, Oscar John publican Halfway House Port Road 1840 Application 17024

LINES, Oscar John licensed victualler Coach & Horses Hotel (lots 265-270) Port Road York township 1841-1846 - hotel founder (Licensee list differ from JL Hoad Hotels and publicans in SA.)

GREY, Edward John 1846-1848

GREY, Mary Ann (wife of Edward John Grey) bought the hotel from OJ Lines and leased the business to various publicans until her death in 1876. Either Mrs Grey or OJ Lines must have changed he name of the hotel from the Coach & Horse to the Halfway House Hotel.

GREY, Edward John 1848-1850

MCFADGEN, Donald 1850-March 1854

JOHNES, Charles March 1854-March 1855

HAYNES, Charles 12/3/1855-Feb 1856.

LOWSON, George Courtney Feb 1856-2/3/1874

HAYNES, Charles 6/3/1874-Jun 1881. His mother (Mrs EJ Grey nee Dickes) died 12/6/1876, leaving the hotel and land to him. C Haynes then sold the hotel to Chambers and Blades in June 1881, but kept lots 265-267 for himself. Application 22071

LINES, Oscar John Coach & Horses Hotel York township on the Port Road 1841-1846 Application 22071

LINES, John Oscar innkeeper Port Road Kilkenny 1842 Memorial 373/2

LINES, Oscar John farmer Port Road 1849[-1853] Memorial 50/90

LINES, John Oscar farmer Tenterden Port Road 1851[-1854] Memorial 367/30

LINES, John farmer Port Road 1851 Memorial 305/30

LINES, Oscar John innkeeper Port Road near Adelaide 1844 Memorial 84/4

LINES, Oscar John farmer Reedbeds 1867[-1870] Memorials 90/228 & 3/251

LINES, Oscar John farmer Findon, died 4/7/1872. Husband of Sarah Ann Lines. Father of - Jane Elliott SMITH wife of Arthur Smith, John Oscar LINES, Charles James Lines, Emily Agnes Lines, Arthur Frederick Lines, Albert Henry Lines and Herbert Kidman Lines Application 23333

No 1

LINES, Oscar Propit formerly of Pekina but now of Adelaide 1896 Memorial 161/427

LINES, Oscar Propit storekeeper's assistant Tarcowie 1908 Grant Book 13 Page 60 County Dalhousie

LINES, Timothy farmer Tam O'Shanter Belt 1851[-1879] Memorial105/31, Application 17581

No 1

LINES, William carpenter Adelaide (King William St) appeared to be in partnership with Thomas HARVEY sawyer Adelaide 1845[-1847] Memorial 236/4

LINES, William carpenter Adelaide took out a lease on Pt TA 104 Grenfell St 1847 Memorial 124/10

LINES, William builder Adelaide 1848 Memorial 457/11

LINES, William carpenter and builder Adelaide 1849 Memorial 421/15

LINES, William farmer Port Road near Adelaide 1849 Memorial 404/14

LINES, William builder Grenfell St, Adelaide 1850 Memorial 201/24 Builder Adelaide 1851[-1860] Memorial 131/64

LINES, William timber merchant Adelaide (Grenfell St) 1855 Memorial 104/91

LINES, William builder Adelaide (Pirie St) 1865 Memorial 174/239

LINES, William builder Adelaide, became a bankrupt in 1869 Memorial 143/239

No 1

LINFOOT, William of the Hundred of Belvidere 1860 Memorial 30/166

LINFOOT, William farmer and blacksmith near Kapunda 1862[-1864] Memorial 282/184

LINFOOT, William farmer Bagot Gap 1865 Memorial 75/204

LINFOOT, William striker Pt Adelaide 1878 Application 16710

No 1

LING, Benjamin labourer Kingston S-E 1900[-1926] Memorial 203/441

LING, Benjamin retired Kingston S-E, aged 76 in 1941, declared that he had been born at Kingston and had lived there practically all his life Application 28146

LING, William carpenter Adelaide 1875 Memorial 137/281

No 1

LINGER, (Carl) Ferdinand August farmer Adelaide 1849 Memorial 396/17

LINGER, Carl August Ferdinand farmer Munno Para 1850 Memorial 43/24

LINGER, Carl August Ferdinand music master Adelaide 1854 Memorial 124/63

LINGER, Carl August Ferdinand professor of music Adelaide 1860 Memorial 213/166

LINKE, Carl August farmer Steinfeld 1900 Memorial 37/440

No 1

LINKE, Christian and George farmers Greenock Creek 1854 Memorial 281/73

LINKE, Christian farmer Greenock Creek 1855 Memorial 134/91

No 1 - likely to be the same person

LINKE, Ernst Friedrich egg merchant Victorville 1863 Application 4502

LINKE, Ernst butcher Greenock 1868 Memorial 48/235

LINKE, Ernst Friedrich storekeeper Greenock 1868 Memorial 74/235

No 1 - likely to be the same person

LINKE, Friedrich Ernst farmer Baldina 1886 Memorial 148/375

LINKE, Friedrich Ernst Linke farmer Hundred of Baldina linked with Friedrich August Linke farmer formerly of the Hundred of Baldina but now of Netherby Vic 1887 Memorial 68/388

No 1 - likely to be the same person

LINKE, Friedrich Wilhelm farmer Gawler River near Angaston 1887 Application 21306

LINKE, Friedrich Wilhelm farmer Moculta 1889 Application 21752

LINKE, Gottlieb and Wilhelm farmers near Greenock 1866 Memorial 14/210

No 1 - likely to be the same person

LINKE, Johann August farmer Eden Valley 1885[-1888] Memorial 154/364

LINKE, Johann August machinist Eden Valley 1887 Application 21226

LINKE, Johann Christian publican Governor Hindmarsh Hotel Bowden 1902 Memorial 137/446

LINKE, Johann Friedrich farmer Hundred of Anna 1900 Memorial 37/440

LINKE, Johann Friedrich August farmer Moculta 1908 Memorial 63/459

LINKE, Johann Friedrich Gottlieb farmer linked with Section 174 Hundred of Yanyarrie Co Granville 1883 Memorial 18/349

LINKLATER, A bank manager Commercial Bank of Australasia Ltd Goodwood branch 1938 Memorial 20/512

No 1

LINKLATER, Edwin farmer Wilmington trustee Institute Wilmington Hundred of Willochra land grant 1880 Grant Book 24 Page 541 County Frome

LINKLATER, Edwin farmer Wilmington 1888 Memorial 182/391

LINKLATER, Edwin farmer Hundred of Willochra Hundred of Willochra land grant 1892 Grant Book 24 Page 549 County Frome

LINKLATER, Harold Munro farmer Mt Barker 1906 Memorial 7/456

No 1 - perhaps the same person

LINKLATER, James clerk National Bank of Australasia Strathalbyn branch 1868 Memorial 248/229

LINKLATER, James gentleman Adelaide 1884[-1887] Memorial 192/355

No 1

LINKLATER, James Munro sheepfarmer Streaky Bay. Flinders (later Streaky Bay Hundred of Ripon) township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 66 Page 184 County Robinson

LINKLATER, James Munro, died 17/12/1882. His children in 1883 - James Linklater station manager Kirkala near Streaky Bay, Jane ISBISER nee Linklater wife of William Isbister Esquire North Adelaide, Mary Linklater spinster North Adelaide, Edwin Linklater farmer Willochra, and Alice Linklater spinster North Adelaide Memorial 134/420

LINKLATER, Magdalen MacFarlan spinster Findon Road, Woodville 1907[-1914] Memorial 182/456

No 1

LINKLATER, William Robertson baker North Adelaide 1868 Memorial 187/232

LINKLATER, William Robertson baker Adelaide (Pirie St), became a bankrupt in 1870 Memorial 59/244

LINKINSON, Thomas farmer Gumeracha 1854 Memorial 67/75

LINKSON, George hawker Redruth 1871 Memorial 68/252

No 1

LINKSON, James and William Henry storekeepers Redruth 1885[-1887] Memorial 189/366

LINKSON, James formerly storekeeper Redruth but now mason Broken Hill NSW linked with William Henry Linkson formerly storekeeper Redruth but now telegraphist Kalgoorlie WA 1908 Memorial 2/459

No 1

LINKSON, William George storekeeper Redruth Lancelot (Hundred of Gumbowie) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 40 Page 65 County Kimberley

LINKSON, William George storekeeper Redruth, died c1884 Memorial 171/366

LINLEY, Clement Minister of the Gospel Adelaide 1872 Memorial 190/263

LINN, Beryl Eileen solicitor 38 Grenfell St, Adelaide a member of the firm of MCCANN, MCLAUGHLIN & Linn solicitors Adelaide 1956 Application 29156

No 1

LINN, George Joseph carter Hindmarsh linked with Robert Linn innkeeper Hindmarsh and William Linn labourer Hindmarsh 1867 Memorial 84/224

LINN, George Joseph carter Hindmarsh linked with Robert Linn innkeeper Hindmarsh and William Linn labourer Hindmarsh 1868 Memorial 40/238

LINN, GH grocer Hindmarsh 1874 Memorial 233/278

No 1

LINN, Henry of Macclesfield Chairman of the Strathalbyn & Macclesfield Building Society 1856 Memorial 300/111

No 2

LINN, Henry JP of Pt MacDonnell 1885 Memorial 160/372

LINN, Henry agent Pt MacDonnell 1890 Memorial 25/410

No 3

LINN, Henry storekeeper Goodwood Road. Goodwood Road Wesleyan Methodist Church trustee 1901 Memorial 216/444

LINN, Henry formerly storekeeper Goodwood Road but now grocer Edwardstown 1928 Memorial 25/499

LINN, James farmer Macclesfield 1885 Application 20715

No 1

LINN, John brickmaker Hindmarsh 1848 Memorial 101/12

LINN, John brickmaker formerly of Hindmarsh but now of Brighton 1851[-1854] Memorial 457/36

No 2

LINN, John gentleman Portland Estate 1865 Memorial 17/206

LINN, John the Younger carter Portland Estate 1865 Application 6276

LINN, John the Younger labourer Pt Adelaide 1871 Application 11286

No 1 - the Elder

LINN, Matthew farmer Macclesfield 1851 Memorial 26/118

LINN, Matthew licensed victualler Macclesfield 1855 Memorial 42/86

LINN, Matthew married Margaret DICK spinster Kirkliston near Edinburgh, Scotland, on 17/9/1819. 11 Children - eldest son John Linn born 6/11/1820 Kirkliston, died 15/8/1837; second son Henry Linn born 2/12/1822 Kirkliston (now farmer Macclesfield 1871) the heir at law. The family emigrated to SA and lived at Macclesfield. Matthew Linn farmer Greenside Farm Macclesfield died 9/3/1857 intestate, of causes unknown, aged 65. By 1871, Henry Linn was at MacDonnell Bay. He sold the farm land he inherited at Macclesfield to John HART gentleman Adelaide Application 11742

No 2 – the Younger

LINN, Matthew the Younger storekeeper Meningie 1878 Memorial 21/313

LINN, Matthew of Meningie trustee Cemetery Meningie Hundred of Bonney land grant 1878 Grant Book 54 Page 32 County Russell

LINN, ME of Wellington on the Murray 1878 Memorial 147/310

No 1

LINN, Robert soap maker Hindmarsh 1845[-1854] Memorial 135/5 He sold land in 1850 for £50 to build All Saints Hindmarsh Enrolment 82/7

LINN, Robert the Elder soapmaker Hindmarsh, died 6/3/1856. He left his esate to his wife, Eliza Linn, for life, then to their children in equal shares - Robert Linn the Younger barman Hindmarsh and George Joseph Linn carrier Hindmarsh 1879 Application 17242

LINN, Robert soap boiler Hindmarsh died 6/3/1856 heart disease, aged 46. Informant: John TAIT carpenter Hindmarsh Application 15581

LINN, Robert the Elder married Eliza LEGGETT on 6/12/1834 Arundel parish church, Sussex, England. Four sons - eldest son, George Joseph Linn born 19/9/1835, later of Hindmarsh SA 1888; Robert Linn the Younger born 25/5/1841 Hindmarsh still Hindmarsh 1888; William Linn born 10/3/1845 died 6/2/1871 Hindmarsh unmarried, of heart disease, aged 25; Charles Linn born 1/2/1848 died 11/6/1850 Hindmarsh of chest inflammation, aged 2 years 4 months. The Linns emigrated to SA in 1840, where Robert Linn the Elder became a soapmaker in Hindmarsh. Robert Linn the Elder died 6/3/1856. Eliza Linn died 4/12/1884, of apoplexy, aged 75 Application 21494

LINN, Robert innkeeper Hindmarsh 1881 Application 18709

LINN, Robert and George Joseph publicans Hindmarsh 1888 Application 21494

LINN, Eliza widow Hindmarsh relict of the late Robert Linn the Elder soapboiler formerly of Hindmarsh but now deceased. Children by 1863 included Robert the Younger and George Joseph Linn carriers Wallaroo Bay, William Linn fellmonger Hindmarsh Memorial 186/190

LINN, Eliza widow Hindmarsh 1867[-1869] Memorial 218/220

LINN, Susan licensed victualler Meningie – wife of William Linn the Elder Meningie (Hundred of Bonney) township allotment land grant 1867 Grant Book 54 Page 55 County Russell

No 1

LINNELL, Edward farmer Little Para 1853 Memorial 28/58

LINNELL, Edward farmer Munno Para 1853 Memorial 64/50

No 1

LINNEMANN, Ernst Christian Mathias saddler Stepney 1851[-1856] Memorial 436/29

LINNEMANN, Ernestine Sophia widow Norwood, died 31/3/1858, of elephanteasis, aged 47. Probably widow of Christian Ernst Matthias Linnemann Application 16789

No 1

LINNETT, John distiller's assistant Norwood probably to Thomas SCOTT distiller Stepney1893 Memorial 178/416

LINNETT, John distiller's clerk Nelson St, Stepney 1919 Memorial 200/477

LINNSCHMIDT/LINSCHMIDT, Johann Hermann Heinrich carpenter Pt Adelaide 1854[-1859] Memorial 327/75

LINTEN, John farmer pt Section 406 Hundred of Light 1856[-1858] Memorial 76/96

LINTERN, Edward labourer Nairne 1859 Memorial 73/149

LINTERN, Gilbert Daniel farmer formerly of Belvidere Hundred of Bremer but now of Langhorne Creek 1932 Memorial 46/505

No 1

LINTERN, Samuel labourer Nairne 1855 Memorial 73/149

LINTERN, Samuel farmer Tungkillo 1861 Memorial 72/177

LINTHWAITE, William Conservator of the Torrens River Adelaide 1872 Application 12426

LINTON, George labourer Altona near Lyndoch 1901 Memorial 164/443

No 1

LINTON, John Reid labourer Pt Adelaide 1856[-1876] Memorial 345/110

LINTON, John Reid labourer Portland Estate 1867[-1868] Memorial 115/219

LINTON, John Reid stevedore Portland Estate 1874 Memorial 109/275

LINTON, John Reid stevedore and labourer Pt Adelaide, died 1896. He left his estate in trust to his wife, Elizabeth Linton, during her lifetime, then to his sons and daughter, in remainder expectant - John George Linton engineer formerly Pt Adelaide now Parkside, Robert Alexander Linton, and Eliza Euphemia HARNETT. Elizabeth Linton died 3/11/1907 Portland Estate, of senile decay, aged 85 Application 25480

LINTON, Elizabeth widow Portland Estate 1900 Application 23943

LINTON, Robert carpenter Hindmarsh St, Glenelg 1882 Application 19544

LINTON, Robert Alexander sailmaker Adelaide 1884 Application 20303

LINTON, Robert William Alfred company director 15 Kingscote St, Alberton, aged 56 in 1948 Application 28623

No 1

LINTON, Thomas labourer Nairne 1853 Memorial 354/62

No 2

LINTON, Thomas storekeeper Montamein NSW linked with Angus CAMERON storekeeper Narracoorte 1876 Memorial 76/290

LINTON, William farmer near Lake Roy Hundred of Glen Roy land grant 1876 Grant Book 29 Page 285 County MacDonnell

LIPMAN, George agent Adelaide (Gouger St) 1897 Memorial 138/433

LIPMAN, Isaac tobacconist Adelaide 1877 Memorial 149/299

LIPMAN, Judah and Michael fishmongers Adelaide 1880[-1881] Memorial 169/324

LIPMAN, Michael fishmonger Adelaide 1883 Memorial 50/347

LIPON, JC JP of Mt Gambier 1862 Memorial 211/185

LIPPMANN, Christian farmer Angas Park 1852[-1855] Memorial 348/41

LIPSCHINSKI, Johann farmer Point Pass 1897 Grant Book 17 Page 174 County Eyre

LIPSCOMB, Mary widow and LIPSCOMB, Sarah teacher both of the Portland Estate 1864 Application 5748

LIPSCOMBE, Charles mariner Pt Adelaide 1853[-1860] Memorial 300/58

No 1

LIPSCOMBE, Ellen widow Pt Adelaide 1882[-1884] Memorial 169/342

LIPSCOMB, Ellen widow Pt Adelaide relict of the late Charles Lipscomb formerly railway goods clerk Pt Adelaide now deceased 1886 Memorial 18/374

LIPSCOMB, Ellen widow of Charles Lipscomb deceased intestate Pt Adelaide 1884 Application 20173

LIPSCOMBE, Elizabeth 19 spinster married John Daniel GRIFFITHS 28 labourer on 15/12/1853 Holy Trinity North Tce, Adelaide. John Daniel Griffiths publican Le Fevre Peninsula, died 13/2/1861. Elizabeth GRIFFITHS full age Le Fevre Peninsula (Father; Robert Lipscombe) remarried to William Bowen full age mail driver Le Fevre Peninsula (Father: Thomas Bowen) on 20/12/1863 St Paul's Pt Adelaide/Adelaide??. No minister recorded. Witnesses: James KISSERT grocer and draper Adelaide (Pirie St) and Elizabeth GOVENLOCK of Adelaide. William Bowen licensed victualler Le Fevre Peninsula, died 6/5/1864, of injury to the brain from a fall, aged 26. Elizabeth Bowen 40 widow North Adelaide (Father: Robert Lipscombe) married Edward KELLY 39 bachelor labourer North Adelaide (Father: William Kelly) on 31/10/1878 Registrar-General's office Victoria Square Minister: JM PLUNKETT Deputy-Registrar. Witnesses: William MEIKLE gardener Hindmarsh Square and Mary MEIKLE matron Hindmarsh Square 1893 Application 22527

No 1

LIPSETT, E draper's assistant Kooringa [probably in the store of DREW & YOUNG general storekeepers Kooringa] 1868 Memorial 15/233

LIPSETT, Edward draper Kooringa 1875[-1876] Memorial 11/284

LIPSETT, Edward gentleman Adelaide 1882 Application 19449

LIPSETT, Edward land agent Adelaide 1882 Application 19283

No 2 - perhaps linked with No 1

LIPSETT, Edward Shanklin draper Kensington 1853[-1859] Memorial 159/54

LIPSON, Arthur clerk Milang 1893 Application 22482

LIPSON, Berry James Esquire Adelaide 1850 Memorial 7/21 Now of Pt Adelaide 1851 Memorial 193/29

No 1

LIPSON, Charles carpenter Willunga 1883 Application 19733

LIPSON, Charles undertaker Willunga 1889 Application 24424

LIPSON, Charles builder Willunga 1911 Memorial 111/465

LIPSON, Charles builder and agent Willunga 1918 Memorial 64/477

LIPSON, Charles builder Willunga linked with the estate of the late Arthur Lipson formerly business manager Clifton St, Prospect but now deceased 1926 Memorial 160/497

LIPSON, Elizabeth Emma widow Adelaide 1873 Memorial 199/267

No 1

LIPSON, I undertaker's daughter 1898 Willunga linked with OC Lipson undertaker's son 1900 Application 24943

LIPSON, Inez undertaker's daughter Willunga 1908[-1911] Application 26383, Application 28439

LIPSON, Thomas Edwin telegraph station master Auburn 1897[-1905] Memorial 214/431

No 1

LIPSON, Thomas Hardy landing waiter SA Customs 1849 Memorial 280/15

LIPSON, Thomas Hardy Esquire Yatala 1854 Memorial 479/64

LIPSON, Thomas Hardy farmer Queenstown 1860 Memorial 229/161

LIPSON, Thomas Hardy farmer Uplands Sections 5282, 5283 and 5298 Hundred of Kanmantoo surrendered his lease to the landlord John HILLMAN 1861 Memorial 252/175

LIPSON, Thomas Hardy farmer Queenstown, died c1862. He instructed his trustees to sell his entire estate and then place the money in trust. Rebecca MORTIMER to get the interest from the trust fund for her lifetime, then the principal to be shared absolutely between his two sons, Charles Lipson and Thomas Edwin Lipson Memorial 35/182

No 1

LIPTROTT, George Louis gentleman 1839 Application 8356

LIPTROTT, George Louis storekeeper Pt Elliot 1852[-1857] Memorial 81/58

LIPTROTT, George Louis commission agent Pt Elliot 1856 Memorial 186/117

LIPTROTT, George Louis storekeeper Louisville Pt Elliot 1858 Memorial 248/132

LIPTROTT, George Louis auctioneer and storekeeper Pt Elliot 1860 Memorial 126/166

No 1 - likely to be the same person

LISINEA, John baker Adelaide 1853 Memorial 30/47

LISINEA, John baker Adelaide (Robert St) 1855 Memorial 318/94

LISINEA, John labourer Bowden, died 23/7/1866. He left real estate to his daughter, Matilda FOREMAN nee Lisinea, wife of William Foreman licensed victualler Hindmarsh Memorial 181/224

No 1

LIST, Stephen labourer Hindmarsh 1841[-1844] Enrolment 16/17 Yeoman Gawler 1848 Memorial 288/11

LIST, Stephen farmer District of Mudla Wirra and Frances List his wife 1863 Memorial 193/240

LIST, Frances widow Gawler River 1870 Memorial 211/246

No 1

LISTER, Edward Alfred farmer Chain of Ponds 1861 Memorial 236/174

LISTER, Edward Alfred formerly Esquire Shepherd's Point, Little Snug, North West Bay, Hobart Tas 1855 but now farmer Torrens River Chain of Ponds 1862 Application 3638

LISTER, Matthew Bancroft of St George’s Hanover Square parish, m 7/2/1799, St George’s Hanover Square, Sophia BOLTON of Kensington. The young couple went to live at Burwell Park, Lincs, England, where their eldest son, Matthew Henry Lister, was born August 1801. The family doctor was Samuel Carter PETTENER surgeon and apothecary of Louth, who attended the Listers for more than 15 years. The Listers had daughters alone before their eldest son was born. MB Lister bought Section 6129 Sources of the Torrens near Chain of Ponds as a land grant in 1842 for £80 (Land Order 1171), through his local agent, Henry NIXON, who died 1844. MB Lister died 14/10/1842. MB Lister’s son, Edward Alfred Lister farmer Chain of Ponds 1862 had emigrated to SA by 1844, and asked Henry Nixon’s widow to send the deeds to the land to England, to his father, unaware that he had died. She sent the document by the Brechin Castle which was lost at sea, and the land grant was lost as well. The family never received the deed. When EA Lister visited England in 1852, he asked his brother-in-law, Rev’d Francis PICKFORD, of Hay/High Worthingham near Horncastle, Lincs, and also Henry WILSON solicitor Louth, the late MB Lister’s attorney. EA Lister’s eldest brother, MH Lister, was in France at the time. No sign of the missing deed. In 1855, MH Lister gave his brother, Edward Lister, Section 1171. At that time, Edward was living at Shepherd’s Point, Little Snug, North West Bay, Hobart, VDL. E Lister had returned to Chain of Ponds when he put the land under the RPA in 1862. Application 3638

No 1

LISTER, John chandler Norwood 1861 Memorial 295/171

LISTER, John chandler Norwood linked with William Lister storekeeper North Adelaide 1861 Memorial 178/174

LISTER, Robert labourer Collinsfield Hundred of Redhill land grant 1913 Grant Book 14 Page 382 County Daly

No 1

LISTER, William storekeeper Macclesfield 1855[-1856] Memorial 415/87 Macclesfield Wesleyan Chapel trustee 1856 Memorial 299/101

LISTER, William storekeeper North Adelaide 1863 Memorial 131/189

LISTER, William draper North Adelaide 1868[-1869] Memorial 106/234, Application 9886

No 1 - perhaps the same person

LISTON, David the Younger of Pt Adelaide 1851 Memorial 23/35

LISTON, David accountant Pt Adelaide 1873[-1874] Memorial 219/271

LISTON, David John gentleman Adelaide. Member of the Second SA Building & Investment Society 1855[-1861] Memorial 211/93

LISTON, Ellen spinster Williamstown 1874 Memorial 166/272

No 1

LISTON, Henry accountant formerly of Adelaide but now of Parkside 1894 Memorials 99 & 100/423

LISTON, Henry clerk Adelaide 1895 Memorial 116/426

LISTON, Henry accountant Parkside 1897 Memorial 196/430

LISTON, Henry accountant Parkside 1888 Application 21436.

LISTON, Henry clerk formerly of Parkside but now of Morphett Vale 1901 Application 24296

No 1

LISTON, William tanner Norwood 1864 Memorial 212/197

No 2

LISTON, William bank manager Kapunda 1872 Memorial 204/260

LISTON, William and James SHAKES auctioneers Kapunda 1875[-1880] Memorial 4/286

LISTON, William auctioneer Kapunda 1876 Memorial 162/293

LISTON, William auctioneer Kapunda 1885 Application 20559

LISTON, William stock salesman Kapunda 1886 Memorial 20/379

LISTON, William auctioneer formerly of Kapunda but now of Adelaide 1889 Memorial 4/403

LISTON, William accountant and financial agent Adelaide official liquidator of the North Australian Territory Co Ltd 1889 Memorial 43/401

LISTON, William managing clerk to Caleb PEACOCK merchant Adelaide 1889-1891 Application 26500

LISTON, William of Adelaide a liquidator of the Bird in Hand Gold Mining Co Ltd 1890 Memorial 155/417

LISTON, William accountant Adelaide 1892 Memorial 161/481

LISTON, William Wilkie currier Norwood 1875 Application 14193

No 1

LITCHFIELD, Burnet Murray formerly gentleman Adelaide but now teller Bank of New Zealand in New Zealand 1876 Memorial 224/288

LITCHFIELD, Burnet Murray bank manager Adelaide 1886 Memorial 198/393

LITCHFIELD, Burnet Murray banker formerly of Adelaide but now of New Zealand 1893. Links with the WOOLDRIDGE family Memorial 36/426

No 1

LITCHFIELD, Charles William formerly Colour sergeant in HM 38th Regiment of Foot and afterwards Inspector of Police Adelaide. He died 25/8/1850 in Adelaide intestate. CW Litchfield married twice:

First wife, Margaret nee O’CONNOR spinster who died 8/6/1835 at Bechampore, Bengal Presidency, India. The Litchfields married 15/8/1826 Meerut Church, India. CW Litchfield was Colour Sergeant in the 14th Foot Regiment then.

Children:

Agnes Terese Litchfield born 21/9/1829 m George Ezekial MASON Sub-Inspector of the Aborigines Murray River. She had the family Bible in 1859.

Charles William Litchfield born 13/5/1831 died 14/6/1831.

Frederick Henry Litchfied born 27/4/1832. Died 1/3/1867 Sylhet, India.

Second wife: Ellen nee MUNRO , whom CW Litchfield married 20/2/1835 Bechampore, Bengal Presidency, India. She knew him and his first wife for some time before the marriage some time after 1832.

Children:

George Charles Litchfield born 21/5/1836. He went to India with his eldest brother, FH Litchfield, and died 11/3/1866 Cachur, India.

William James Litchfield born 10/4/1838

John Munro Litchfield born 8/8/1840

Louisa Jane Litchfield born 8/8/1842

Ellen Margaret Litchfield born 13/12/1844

Charles William Litchfield Junr born 5/4/1847. He also went to Cachur, India, with his two older brothers, but had returned by 1868. The two older brothers died unmarried and intestate.

Burnett Murray Litchfield born 30/8/1849. Application 9358

LITCHFIELD, Ellen widow Adelaide relict of the late Charles William Litchfield formerly Inspector of Police Adelaide but now deceased 1851[-1870] Memorial 316/31

LITCHFIELD, Ellen widow Airlie House, Goodwood Road 1872 Memorial 86/259

LITCHFIELD, Ellen of Wattleville, Fullarton, owned the Railway Hotel at Pt Adelaide, which she used to lease out 1875 Memorial 172/279

LITCHFIELD, Frederick Burnet farmer Great South-Eastern Road near Adelaide 1855 [At Parkside near St Ann's Place] Memorial 131/93

LITCHFIELD, John E clerk Pt Adelaide 1888 Memorial 244/391

No 1

LITCHFIELD, John Munro sheep farmer Pt Augusta 1877 Memorial 199/300

LITCHFIELD, John Munro sheepfarmer Pt Augusta Co Frome. Hundred of Napperby land grant 1877 Grant Book 60 Page 387 County Victoria

LITCHFIELD, John Munro farmer Willochra Co Frome. Simmonston (Hundred of Kanyaka) township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 49 Page 146 County Newcastle

LITCHFIELD, John Munro farmer Willochra 1883 Memorial 129/352

LITCHFIELD, John Monro mail contractor Laura 1893 Memorial 120/418

LITCHFIELD, John Munro state mail bag contractor Pt Lincoln 1901[-1905] Memorial 181/444

LITCHFIELD, Mr Police sergeant Blyth St, Pt Lincoln 1925 Application 27399

No 1

LITCHFIELD, William coachsmith William St, Norwood 1858 Memorial 35/142

LITCHFIELD, William gentleman Norwood 1883 Application 19671

No 1

LITHEBY, Samuel yeoman Yankalilla 1853 Memorial 44/58

LITHEBY, Samuel farmer Yankalilla 1856[-1858] Memorial 74/112

LITHEBY, Samuel farmer Yankalilla Hundred of Yankalilla land grant 1858[-1863] Grant Book 37 Page 328 County Hindmarsh

LITHEBY, Samuel of Torrens Vale near Yankalilla, died c1899. Executors; George MITCHELL farmer Bald Hills and Charles Edward HAWKE farmer Torrens Vale Memorial 107/441

LITHEBY, Maria widow of the late Samuel Litheby farmer Torrens Vale, died 22/2/1910, of senility, aged 88. Born at Fifehead near Taunton, England. In SA 60 years. Married at 32. One son living and two daughters dead. C MITCHELL of Torrens Vale was a granddaughter 1910 Application 25760

No 1

LITHELL, Amiel sawyer Alberton 1846 Memorial 163/7 Yeoman Alberton 1849[-1854] Memorial 404/15

LITHELL, Amiel storekeeper Alberton linked with John Lithell tailor Alberton 1867 Memorial 22/219

LITHELL, Amiel labourer Alberton, died 1876. Letters of administration to his daughter, Emily Martha NICHOLAS wife of Andrew Nicholas labourer Portland Estate Memorial 17/296

LITHELL, Amiel labourer Alberton died 30/1/1873 intestate. Letters of administration to his daughter - Emily Martha NICHOLAS wife of Andrew Nicholas labourer Portland Estate, as heir at law. Estate worth £100 Deposit 7/1877 FIND - check death date

No 1

LITHELL, John tailor Gawler Place, Adelaide 1846 Memorial 184/7

LITHELL, John tailor Alberton linked with Amiel Lithell storekeeper Alberton 1861 Memorial 37/171

LITHELL, John licensed victualler Alberton, died 1877 intestate. Letters of administration to his only relative in SA, his sister, Emily Martha NICHOLAS wife of Andrew Nicholas labourer Portland Estate, to settle the estate Memorial 87/301

LITHELL, John tailor Alberton, died 30/4/1877, a widower and intestate. He had no parents or children alive. Letters of administration to his sister, Emily Martha NICHOLAS wife of Andrew Nicholas labourer Portland Estate, as heir at law. Estate worth £70 Enrolment 72/52

No 1

LITHGOW, David barman Adelaide 1860 Memorial 146/166

LITHGOW, David publican Black Bull Inn Adelaide 1864 Memorial 157/198

LITHGOW, David formerly publican Black Bull Inn, Adelaide but now gentleman Gouger St, Adelaide 1877 Memorial 197/302

No 2

LITHGOW, David of Holowilena east north east of Kanyaka 1868 Memorial 193/302

No 3

LITHGOW, David farmer Salisbury Hundred of Redhill 1876 Grant Book 14 Page 361 County Daly

LITHGOW, David farmer Redhill 1891[-1892] Memorial 126/408

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

LITHGOW, John farmer Little Para 1854 Memorial 397/78

LITHGOW, John farmer formerly of the Little Para 1850 now of near Salisbury 1869 [Is this the same address?] Application 9944

LITHGOW, John farmer Port View near Salisbury and Elizabeth Lithgow his wife formerly Elizabeth PEACHEY widow 1876 Memorial 79/291

LITHGOW, John farmer Little Para near Salisbury 1883 Application 19784

LITHGOW, John gentleman The Hermitage and Elizabeth Lithgow his wife formerly Elizabeth PEACHEY widow 1888 Memorial 218/392

LITHGOW, John gentleman formerly of The Hermitage but now of Stepney and Elizabeth Lithgow his wife formerly Elizabeth PEACHEY widow 1897 Memorial 143/438

LITHGOW, John the Younger farmer Barabba 1891 Memorial 180/409

LITHGOW, Elizabeth wife of John Lithgow of The Hermitage Houghton 1888 She owned Section 910 Survey B, known as the Wheal Watkins Silver Lead Mine at Glen Osmond Application 21379

LITHGOW, Elizabeth widow formerly of The Hermitage and Stepney but then of Adelaide, died 16/6/1899. Mother of Arthur and Richard PEACHEY. Sister to Mary Frances HINDE. Assets included the Wheal Watkins Mine (Section 910 Hundred of Adelaide) and The Hermitage estate. Arthur Peachey to get the mine and Richard Peachey to get certain Sections of the The Hermitage Estate when he turned 65, otherwise to Arthur Peachey absolutely, if R Peachey died before this date Memorial 102/441

No 1 - perhaps the same person

LITSTER, Alexander farmer Peachey Belt 1855 Memorial 370/94

LITSTER, Alexander blacksmith Bagot Well 1872[-1876] Memorial 45/260

LITSTER, Alexander blacksmith Bagot Well Hundred of Curramulka land grant 1881 Grant Book 19 Page 434 County Fergusson

LITSTER, Alexander farmer Hundred of Curramalka 1881 Memorial 63/331

LITSTER, John farmer Pinnaroo. Hundred of Peebinga land grant 1927 Grant Book 12 Page 181 County Chandos

LITSTER, Thomas farmer Peachey Belt 1853 Memorial 346/46

No 1

LITTLE, Archibald farmer Mt Barker 1854 Memorial 278/74

LITTLE, Archibald farmer near Mt Barker, died c 1903. Father of Andrew and John Little farmers Monarto Memorial 197/449

LITTLE, Archibald farmer Mt Barker, heir at law of his father, John Little farmer Sources of the Torrens. John Little died 5 April 1853 Mt Barker (Robert HUTTON and Alexander PATTERSON who attended the funeral testitifed to the fact), but the death was not registered. Jane Wells, of Langholm, Co Roxburgh, testified that she witnessed the marriage of John LITTLE and Janet CROZIER at Coulthardaclough church, parish of Cavers; and also witnessed the birth of their eldest child - Janet Little [later Mrs THOMPSON]. Archibald Little, the second child of the marriage, was born 29/1/1812. He said that his parents’ marriage would be in the registers of Kirkton, Co Roxburgh, Scotland. A friend, John TELFER of Broadhough, Co Roxburgh, wrote to Archibald Little, informing him tht Jane Wells was a servant of John Little’s at the time he married (along with four other witnesses, now all dead) ‘She is now old and poor, and I hope you will not be displeased if I give her the remains of the sovereign you sent me after paying the expenses incurred. … My daughter Betsie died in January, after a long illness, her sight, hearing, feeling all her senses almot gone. I am now falling off and at present lame with pains. My wife also the same. What changes since you left. Mackside now let in grass parks. Wolflee rent £700. How will it pay? Application 592

LITTLE, Archibald Graham clerk in HM Civil Service of the Northern Territory 1878 Memorial 200/338

No 1

LITTLE, Clark carpenter Brompton and Louisa Jane Little his wife 1873 Application 13108

LITTLE, Clark carpenter Brompton 1874[-1879] Husband of Louisa Jane Little Memorials 42/272 & 21/316

LITTLE, Clark carpenter Brompton 1882 Application 19271

LITTLE, David Hay Flat Yankalilla 1856 Memorial 248/109

No 1 - perhaps the Elder

LITTLE, Edward the Elder Esquire Handstyle House near Liverpool, Lancs, England, bought land grants Sections 3410, 3412, 3487 Meadows Special Survey (249 acres) in 1840, but died 3/12/1840, before the sales were registered in SA on 15/5/1841. He left his entire estate to his wife, Margaret Little, in trust for life, then to their 10 children in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant. Mrs Little and most of her family had emigrated to SA by 1867. The eldest daughter, Jane, (born 10/11/1820), died late August 1854 Crichton Institution in Dumfries, Scotland, of cholera. She was buried in St Mary’s parish churchyard. David (born 1/5/1822), Edward the Younger (born 21/8/1823 ) in New Zealand, Margaret (born 25/6/1825 ) wife of David Wylie SCOTT of Alberton, Mary (born 2/4/1827 ), Elizabeth (born 8/12/1828 ), Joshua (born 12/3/1831 ), William (born 8/4/1833 ), Jessie (born 10/1/1835 ), Agnes (born 16/6/1836 ) Application 8529

No 2 - perhaps the Younger

LITTLE, Edward gentleman Eastern Sources of the Torrens 1844 Memorial 249/4 Late of Adelaide, now of England 1846 Memorial 426/6

LITTLE, Edward gentleman formerly of the Eastern Sources of the Torrens but now of Melbourne Vic 1853 Memorial 327/79

LITTLE, EPG articled clerk Adelaide 1893 Memorial 85/419

LITTLE, Edward Vipont and Kenneth Vipont Little shipping agents Pt Adelaide 1927 Memorial 126/498

LITTLE, Frederick of Paddy Carey's Gully in the New Tiers 1866 Application 7805

LITTLE, Frederick Henry solicitor Adelaide 1871 Application 11825

LITTLE, Isaac Scandrett stockholder Cobar NSW linked with Mary Rea GILES nee Little wife of Christopher Giles officer in HM civil service Adelaide 1879 Memorial 159/320

LITTLE, JAG banker's clerk Robe 1869 Memorial 231/237

No 1

LITTLE, James blacksmith Glenelg 1871 Memorial 210/255

No 2

LITTLE, James butcher Koolunga Hundred of Koolunga land grant 1878 Grant Book 55 Page 185 County Stanley

No 1 - possibly the same person

LITTLE, John of Adelaide 1840 Memorial 279/74 Formerly of Adelaide but now of the Mt Barker District and Janet Little his wife 1841 Memorial 280/74

LITTLE, John farmer Sources of the Torrens 1849 Memorial 456/25

No 2 - possibly the same person

LITTLE, John butcher Kensington 1851 Memorial 499/30

LITTLE, John cattle dealer Eversley 1862 Memorial 276/181

LITTLE, John agent Alberton 1867 Memorial 67/220

No 3

LITTLE, John farmer Yacka Yacka (Hundred of Yackamoorundie) township allotment land grant 1873 Grant Book 56 Page 109 County Stanley

LITTLE, John storekeeper Koolunga Koolunga (Hundred of Koolunga) township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 56 Page 322 County Stanley

LITTLE, John storekeeper Koolunga trustee Institute Koolunga Koolunga (Hundred of Koolunga) township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 56 Page 325 County Stanley

LITTLE, John storekeeper Koolunga trustee Cemetery Koolunga Hundred of Koolunga land grant 1878 Grant Book 55 Page 186 County Stanley

LITTLE, John of Koolunga Co Stanley 1884 Memorial 1/361

LITTLE, John storekeeper Koolunga 1893 Memorial 49/416

No 1

LITTLE, John Archibald Graham clerk in HM Civil Service Northern Territory 1878 Memorial 200/338

LITTLE, John Archibald Graham HMCService Pt Darwin NT 1893 Application 22464

No 1 - likely to be the same person (See Margaret Little)

LITTLE, Joshua Park Cottage Adelaide 1854 Memorial 473/62

LITTLE, Joshua farmer Hay Flat Yankalilla 1854[-1856] Memorial 159/75

LITTLE, Joshua broker Alberton 1873 Memorial 113/270

LITTLE, Joshua agent Alberton 1874 Memorial 224/278

LITTLE, Joshua agent Alberton, power of attorney to David Wylie SCOTT agent Pt Adelaide, to manage his SA business interests, with power to sell 21/7/1874 Deposit 203/1874

LITTLE, Joshua broker formerly of Pt Adelaide but now in parts beyond the seas 1875 Memorial 47/279

LITTLE, Joshua agent formerly of Pt Adelaide but now of Lyttleton New Zealand 1876 Memorial 227/294

LITTLE, Joshua merchant Lyttleton New Zealand 1875 Application 14216

LITTLE, Joshua agent Christchurch New Zealand 1897 son of Margaret Little widow Alberton. She died 22/5/1870 Application 23360

LITTLE, Kenneth Vipond and Edward Vipond Little shipping agents Lipson St, Pt Adelaide 1941 Application 28302

No 1 - widow of Edward Little merchant Liverpool

LITTLE, Margaret widow Park Cottage North Adelaide 1854 Memorial 152/70.

LITTLE, Margaret widow Park Cottage near Adelaide 1854. Linked with Joshua Little of Park Cottage Memorial 473/62

LITTLE, Margaret widow [formerly of Park Cottage but now of] Yankalilla 1854 Memorial 159/75

LITTLE, Margaret widow The Falls Yankalilla 1859 Memorial 266/148

LITTLE, Margaret widow [formerly of Yankalilla but now of] Pt Adelaide 1865 Memorial 131/202

LITTLE, Margaret widow formerly of Co Chester, England but now of Alberton linked with Joshua Little 1867 Memorial 21/293

LITTLE, Margaret widow, late Co Chester, England, but presently of Alberton, died c1867 [22/5/1870]. Estate to go into trust to be divided equally absolutely amongst her children. Trustees - her son Joshua Little, William SYKES agent Woodville, Albert S NEILL agent Alberton Enrolment 57/52

LITTLE, Paul carpenter Koolunga Yacka (Hundred of Yackamoorundie) township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 56 Page 111 County Stanley

No 1 - likely to be the same person

LITTLE, Peter carpenter Magill 1842[-1846] Memorial 391/5

LITTLE, Peter farmer Little Para. [Golden Grove school trustee] 1849 Memorial 261/15

LITTLE, Peter farmer Little Para 1854[-1861] Memorial 54/65

LITTLE, Peter farmer Golden Grove 1865 Memorial 107/202

LITTLE, Peter farmer Golden Grove 1872 Application 12265

No 1

LITTLE, Thomas yeoman Mt Gambier 1856 Memorial 252/105

LITTLE, Thomas of Mt Gambier 1860. He could not write Application 1947

No 2

LITTLE, Thomas labourer Dry Creek 1871[-1878] Memorial 164/253

No 1

LITTLE, William storekeeper Goodwood 1848[-1857] Memorial 500/11

No 2

LITTLE, William officer in HM Customs Pt Adelaide about to marry Jessie Brodie HALLETT spinster Norwood daughter of the late John Hallett now deceased 1877 Memorial 27/297

LITTLE, William customs officer Semaphore, and Jessie Brodie Little his wife 1882 Memorial 52/345

LITTLE, William commission agent Adelaide 1891 Memorial 236/409

LITTLE, William farmer Middleton and Jessie Brodie Little his wife 1911 Application 25996

No 1

LITTLE, William Henry clerk to Messrs HANSON & HICKS solicitors Adelaide 1851 Memorial 125/30

LITTLE, William Henry clerk to Messrs SMITH & BURTON solicitors Adelaide 1851 Memorial 448/36

LITTLE, William Henry clerk to Alfred ATKINSON solicitor Adelaide 1851 Memorial 351/38

LITTLE, William Henry clerk to J Eldin MOULDEN solicitor Adelaide 1856 Memorial 34/97

LITTLE, William Henry solicitor Adelaide 1857[-1858] Memorial 216/122

LITTLE, William Henry gentleman Norwood 1850[-1876] Memorial 85/31

LITTLE, William Henry solicitor Norwood and Paul Little his son 1865 Memorial 70/271

LITTLE, William Henry solicitor Norwood 1866[-1869] Memorial 106/209

LITTLE, William Henry and Frances Henriette Little of Queen St, Norwood 1871 Memorial 191/291

LITTLE, William Henry solicitor Adelaide 1878 Application 16729

No 1

LITTLEFIELD, Charles stockkeeper The Murray Hundred of Mobilong land grant 1857 Grant Book 574 Page 18 County Sturt

LITTLEFIELD, Charles stockholder Murray River 1860 Memorial 94/162

LITTLEFIELD, Charles gentleman Tarpeena 1864 Memorial 186/193

No 1

LITTLEFIELD, John gentleman Adelaide 1852[-1877] Memorial 192/43

LITTLEFIELD, John [formerly gentleman Adelaide but now] gardener Burnside 1882 Memorial 14/339

LITTLEFIELD, John gardener Burnside 1886 Application 20924

LITTLEFIELD, Moses of the Northern Territory 1876 Memorial 2/289

LITTLEJOHN, James engineer East Auburn 1871 Memorial 239/251

No 1

LITTLELY, James master mariner Birkenhead and Annie Maria Littlely his wife 1927 Memorial 3/497

LITTLELY, James master mariner Birkenhead, died 8/3/1935 Semaphore. Husband of Annie Maria Littlely, who died 29/1/1935. Parents of Edric Henry Arnold Littlely and Nellie Gladys GOLLEY. Grandparents of Joy Doreen Littlely and Valerie June Littlely Memorials 126 & 127/509

LITTLELY, James master mariner formerly of Birkenhead, then of Pt Lincoln, then Victoria Rd, Birkenhead, but late of Semaphore, died 8/3/1935. His wife, Annie Maria Littlely, died 29/1/1935. Parents of Edric Henry Arnold Littlely and Nellie Gladys GOLLEY. Grandparents of Joy Doreeen Littlely and Valerie June Littlely Memorials 126 & 127/509 & RPA Search 351

No 1

LITTLETON, Francis Esquire Pt Adelaide 1854[-1855] Memorial 405/64

LITTLETON, Francis Esquire North Adelaide 1855 Memorial 79/85

LITTLETON, Francis Esquire Clifton Farm near Clarendon 1854 Linked with William Littleton gentleman Pt Adelaide Memorial 211/118 Esquire North Adelaide 1857 Memorial 212/118

LITTLETON, Francis of North Adelaide, died c1856. All his estate to his wife, Mary Littleton, and in event of her death before her husband, then to their two sons George Francis Littleton and Thomas Littleton in equal shares absolutely Application 2073

LITTLETON, Francis of North Adelaide, died c1856. He left his whole estate to his wife, Mary Littleton absolutely, but if she failed to make a will, then the estate to go equally absolutely to his two sons, Francis and Thomas Littleton Memorial 156/145

LITTLETON, Mary widow of the colony of Victoria 1865 Memorial 280/201

LITTLETON, William gentleman Adelaide 1852[-1855] Memorial 269/41

No 1 – the Elder

LITTLEWOOD, William farmer Morphett Vale 1853 Memorial 458/64

LITTLEWOOD, William farmer Hindmarsh Island 1865 Memorial 177/204

LITTLEWOOD, William farmer Lake Bonney Hundred of Bonney land grant 1866 Grant Book 53 Page 100 County Russell

No 2 – the Younger

LITTLEWOOD, William the Younger contractor Meningie Hundred of Bonney land grant 1879 Grant Book 54 Page 35 County Russell

LITTON, William Smith plumber Hindmarsh 1868 Memorial 67/233

LIVER, James storekeeper Aberdeen 1898 Application 23676

No 1

LIVERMORE, Robert Elger bricklayer Queenstown 1857 Memorial 203/280

LIVERMORE, Robert Elger mason Queenstown 1858[-1872] Memorial 129/259 He had died intestate by 1875. His widow, Sarah Livermore, applied for letters of administration Memorial 204/280

LIVERMORE, Sarah widow Queenstown 1875, relict of the late Robert Elger Livermore formerly bricklayer of Queenstown but then deceased Application 14134

No 1

LIVERTON, Thomas labourer New Tiers 1862 Memorial 242/180

LIVERTON, Thomas gardener Mt Lofty 1868 Memorial 82/230

LIVERTON, Thomas formerly labourer New Tiers but now sawyer Burnside 1869 Application 10411

No 1

LIVESAY, George Nathaniel Esquire Adelaide, about to leave the province, power of attorney to Edward WRIGHT the Younger Esquire Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 30/9/1856. By 18/8/1860, he was living at 4 Grove Tce, Mile End Road, Middlesex, and Commander of the ship Salamanca. He had £600, £150 in the Bank of SA for each of his children - George Horace Pirie Livesay, Nathaniel Dunbar Livesay, Francis Edward Livesay, and Margaret Livesay. Revoke power of attorney to Edward Wright the Younger; appoint George Marsden WATERHOUSE and Edward Wright the Younger jointly. Sell all his real estate in SA and finalise his business affairs Deposits 239/1857 & 33/1862

LIVESAY, George Nathaniel ship's captain 4 Grove Tce, Mile End, Middlesex, England Commander of the ship Salamanca of the Port of London 1862 Memorial 43/182

No 1 - perhaps the same person

LIVESEY, William Edward coachbuilder Gawler 1858[-1861] Memorial 297/139

LIVESEY, William Edward engineer Gawler South 1862 Application 3376

LIVESEY, William Edward stationer Gawler 1868 Memorial 25/231

LIVESEY, WN postmaster Pt Elliot 1876 Memorial 239/288

LIVETT, James farmer Chain of Ponds. Kenton Valley Particular Baptist Chapel trustee 1891 Memorial 116/409

No 1

LIVINGSTON, Daniel the Younger formerly carpenter Milang 1869 now storekeeper Belvidere 1870 Application 11162

LIVINGSTON, Daniel farmer Lake Plains 1878 Memorial 150/308

LIVINGSTON, Daniel [formerly farmer Lake Plains but now] storekeeper Yorketown 1883 Memorial 33/347

No 1

LIVINGSTON, Donald farmer Morphett Vale 1856 Hundred of Bremer land grant Memorial 183/108

LIVINGSTON, Donald farmer Milang 1869 Application 9904

LIVINGSTON, Donald farmer Milang linked with Daniel Livingston the Younger carpenter Milang 1869 Memorial 195/238

LIVINGSTONE, Donald farmer near Milang, died 17/5/1877 a widower and intestate father of James Livingstone farmer near Milang one of the deceased's sons Memorial 105/301

No 1

LIVINGSTON, Duncan and Dugald stockholders Mt Gambier Mt Gambier Hundred of Gambier land grant 1858 Grant Book 30 Page 99 County Grey

LIVINGSTON, Duncan farmer Mt Gambier Co Grey 1864 Memorial 329/198

LIVINGSTON, James farmer near Milang 1877 Application 16456

No 1 - likely to be the same person

LIVINGSTON, John farmer Mt Gambier 1854[-1859] Memorial 225/74

LIVINGSTON, John stockholder Currattum Co Grey 1863 Memorial 205/192

LIVINGSTON, John stockholder formerly of Mt Gambier but now of Currattum 1864 Memorial 13/194

LIVINGSTON, John sheep farmer Isle of Dogs Station Mattum [Currattum?]?? 1867 Memorial 56/220

LIVINGSTON, John stockholder Currattum Co Grey 1864 Memorial 268/198

LIVINGSTON, Luke merchant Adelaide (Currie St) 1855 Memorial 104/91

No 1

LIVINGSTON, Malcolm butcher Mt Gambier 1860 Memorial 163/169

LIVINGSTON, Malcolm butcher Mt Gambier, married in 1860 and died 27/12/1861 intestate and without issue. Daughter Ann Livingston born 1/4/1862 Memorial 174/399

LIVINGSTON, Malcolm butcher Mt Gambier married Jessie nee ? in January 1861 at Mt Gambier. M Livingston died 27/12/1861 intestate, leaving his only child, Malcolm Annie Livingston, born 1/4/1862 Mt Gambier, as heir at law. Jessie Livingston remarried to John Cameron KENNEDY station manager Coola Station near Mt Gambier by 1883 Application 19740

LIVINGSTONE, Edmund labourer Auburn 1866 Memorial 69/211

LLEWELLYN, David farmer Marrabel on the Dirty Light Hundred of Willowie land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 742 County Frome

LLEWELYN, Eric James and Robert Henry Llewelyn farmers Booleroo Centre 1927 Grant Book 13 Page 176 County Dalhousie

LLEWELYN, James farmer Melrose 1897 Memorial 152/431

LLEWELYN, Jane of Kooringa 1860 Memorial 339/168

LLEWELLYN, John labourer Maylands 1901 Memorial 67/443

LLEWELLYN, Raymond Clifford farmer Meadows and Ethel Dora Llewellyn his wife 1949 Memorial 60/524

No 1

LLOYD, Arthur Esquire usually of Natham House, Devon, England, but at present residing at Norwood 1860 Memorial 146/168

LLOYD, Arthur gentleman Norwood 1862 Application 3387

LLOYD, Arthur gentleman Norwood 1874 Memorial 162/275

LLOYD, Arthur Esquire Edwards St, Norwood linked with John Vereker Lloyd Esquire Kent Town 1875 Memorial 9/290

LLOYD, Arthur Esquire Edwards St, Norwood, about to leave the province for an extended period, power of attorney to John Vereker LLOYD Esquire Kent Town and John SOUTTAR Esquire Manager of the Bank of Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 17/6/1875. By 17/11/1884, formerly of Norwood, now of Yowaka Pambula NSW, but presently in parts beyond the sea, power of attorney to John Vereker LLOYD agent College Town, to sell his real estate in SA and elsewhere in the Australian colonies 17/11/1884 Deposits 90/1876 & 9/1885

LLOYD, Arthur gentleman formerly of Nowood but now in parts beyond the seas 1876 Memorial 90/290

LLOYD, Arthur Esquire formerly of Norwood then of Zowaka Pambula NSW but now residing in parts beyond the seas linked with Arthur Vereker Lloyd agent College Town 1884 Memorial 79/363

LLOYD, Arthur Benjamin minister of the gospel formerly of Pt Wakefield but now of St Peters 1923 Memorial 54/487

No 1

LLOYD, Arthur Forbes Clerk in Holy Orders Morphett Vale, Rector of Instow, Devon, England 1846 Memorial 74/114 He had returned to Instow by 1857. Probably a relative, Arthur Forster Lloyd, lived at Cherry Gardens Memorial 78/114

LLOYD, Arthur Forbes Clerk in Holy Orders Instow, Devon, England, died 3/7/1866 London. His sons, Thomas Furley Forster Lloyd gentleman Kangarilla and eldest son Arthur Forster Lloyd gentleman Clarendon, emigrated to SA, where their father bought land, including Section 1057 Hundred of Noarlunga, as a land grant in 1847 Application 11502

LLOYD, Arthur Forbes, Rector of Instow, Devon, England ‘I request that I may be buried in a private and inexpensive manner’ His wife to receive all the household property ‘in and about the Parsonage of Instow of which I may die possessed. Land in the Hundred of Noarlunga to sons Benjamin Ferry Lloyd, George Aylmer Lloyd, Thomas Furley Forster Lloyd; son Richard Lloyd to get land at Morphett Vale; son Edward Forster Lloyd to get land in Borriswoe and Boherearudda, Co Tipperary; daughters to get equal division of money, stocks and securities. All other assets not mentioned above to be sold and the profits distributed equally absolutely amongst all his children 30/1/1860. Wife not mentioned by name. An Arthur Forster Lloyd living at Cherry Gardens in 1856 appeared to be a relative Deposits 310/1859 & 278/1866

No 1

LLOYD, Arthur Forster gentleman Cherry Gardens 1849[-1860] Memorial 402/28

LLOYD, Arthur Forster gentleman Morphett Vale 1854 Memorial 489/71

LLOYD, Arthur Forster gentleman Clarendon 1861 Application 2348

LLOYD, Arthur Forster of Lloydsbrook Clarendon 1866 Memorial 88/217

LLOYD, Arthur Forster overseer Parnaroo near Kooringa linked with Cornelia Lloyd widow Morphett Vale 1874 Memorial 110/273

LLOYD, Arthur Forster farmer Stansbury linked with Marsella Adelaide Cornelia Lloyd widow Morphett Vale 1877[-1880] Memorial 201/305

LLOYD, Arthur Forster farmer Stansbury Hundred of Wauraltee land grant 1880 Grant Book 19 Page 222 County Fergusson

LLOYD, Arthur Forster farmer Cherry Gardens Hundred of Dalrymple land grant 1880[-1882] Grant Book 19 Page 142 County Fergusson

LLOYD, Arthur Forster sheepfarmer Cherry Gardens linked with Marcella Adelaide Cornelia Lloyd widow Norwood 1884 Memorial 60/361

LLOYD, Arthur Forster sheep farmer formerly of Cherry Gardens but now of Modbury 1904 Application 24735

LLOYD, Aylmer Furney grazier 3 Lambeth Walk, King's Park, aged 88 in 1966, declared that his grandparents settled in Coromandel Valley/Upper Sturt. The CROSSING family were their neighbours Application 29567

LLOYD, Bayes spinster 10 Lincoln Ave, Warradale, aged 43 years in 1973, declared that she used to live at Normanville off and on since 1959 Application 29899

No 1

LLOYD, Benjamin farmer Milang Hundred of Maitland land grant 1878 Grant Book 19 Page 101 County Fergusson

LLOYD, Benjamin farmer Yorketown Hundred of Melville land grant 1901 Grant Book 19 Page 88 County Fergusson

No 1

LLOYD, Benjamin Furney farmer Cherry Gardens 1869 Memorial 184/241

LLOYD, Benjamin Furney gentleman Coromandel Valley 1874 Memorial 112/272

LLOYD, Benjamin Ferney farmer Cherry Gardens 1875 Application 14566

LLOYD, CE clerk to Messrs NICHOLSON & NESBIT solicitors Adelaide 1878 Memorial 53/310

LLOYD, Charles surgeon Kooringa 1851 Memorial 207/34

No 1

LLOYD, Charles Walter licensed victualler Mile End 1935 Application 27967

LLOYD, Charles Walter valuer Beckmann St, Glandore 1951 Application 28840

No 1

LLOLYD, Cornelius farmer The Hummocks. Hundred of Barunga land grant 1880 Grant Book 14 Page 461 County Daly

LLOYD, Cornelius farmer Barunga 1886 Memorial 43/380

LLOYD, Denis Morrison solicitor Adelaide (Pirie St) 1946 Memorial 141/520

No 1

LLOYD, Edward licensed victualler Pt Adelaide Co Adelaide. Florieton (Hundred of Schomburgk) township allotment land grant 1882 Grant Book 9 Page 157 County Burra

No 2

LLOYD, Edward restaurant keeper Adelaide 1901 Memorial 118/443

No 2 FIND

LLOYD, Edward carpenter Goodwood Park 1928 Application 27669

No 1

LLOYD, Edward Forster, Richard E Lloyd and Thomas Furley Forster Lloyd gentlemen Fowler Bay 1879[-1880] Memorial 225/319

LLOYD, Edward Forster and Thomas Furley Forster Lloyd both of Adelaide and Eucla 1884 Memorial 205/356

LLOYD, EW clerk Bank of Australasia Adelaide 1878 Memorial 44/307

LLOYD, Frederick officer in HM Customs Pt Adelaide 1854[-1855] Memorial 417/68

LLOYD, Frederick Samuel farmer Mannanarie 1893, turned 21 on 21/12/1888 Memorial 92/432

No 1

LLOYD, George blacksmith Kensington 1853[-1854] Memorial 470/55 FIND

LLOYD, George blacksmith Gawler South 1865 Application 6382

No 2 - perhaps the same person

LLOYD, George farmer Hill River 1878[-1882] Grant Book 13 Page 75 County Dalhousie

LLOYD, George farmer near Clare 1894 Application 22665

LLOYD, George farmer Spring Farm near Clare, died 30/4/1916. Husband of Meral Lloyd. Father of Sydney Samuel Lloyd, Bertha Abigail Lloyd, Merab Ruth Lloyd, Aubrey Lloyd, Howard Charles Lloyd, and Herbert George Lloyd. Estate worth £19, 400 Memorial 77/474

LLOYD, George farmer Spring Farm near Clare, died 13/4/1916. Husband of Meral Lloyd. Children included Sydney Samuel George, Bertha Abigail George and his son, Herbert George Lloyd died. The estate was worth £19,400. Mary Lloyd wife of Samuel farmer Pleasant Valley near Clare, died 11/2/1884, of scald to the foot and a leg, aged 69 Application 26664

No 3

LLOYD, George farmer Mannanarie 1884 Memorial 47/360

No 4

LLOYD, George blacksmith Robe 1887 Memorial 223/385

No 5

LOYD, George labourer 19 Dudley Ave, Edwardstown. Edwardstown East Workmen's Hall Inc trustee 1929 Memorial 33/502

No 1

LLOYD, Harriet Mary spinster Adelaide 1853 Memorial 391/61

LLOYD, Harriet Mary spinster formerly of Adelaide but now of Morphett Vale 1854 Linked with Richard Lloyd gentleman Morphett Vale Memorial 498/64

LLOYD, Harry Filmer storekeeper Jetty Road, Largs Bay 1931 Memorial 76/504

No 1

LLOYD, Henry labourer Woodside 1851 Memorial 306/30 Farmer Woodside 1853[-1859] Memorial 384/63

LLOYD, Henry farmer Woodside 1859 Application 258

LLOYD, Henry farmer Bethel Farm near Woodside 1856[-1861] Memorial 245/100 Pt Elliot allotment purchase 1861 Memorial 255/178

LLOYD, Herbert physisian Moonta. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1869 Grant Book 14 Page 61 County Daly

No 1

LLOYD, Howard W secretary to the SA Mining Association Ltd 1901[-1903] Memorial 13/443

LLOYD, Howard Watson Secretary to the SA Mining Association Ltd Adelaide 1909 Application 25639

LLOYD, Howard W merchant of the firm of Messrs HL & AE AYERS of Imperial Chambers, King William St, Adelaide 1913 Memorial 52/469

LLOYD, Howard Watson Secretary to the SA Mining Association Ltd Inc, Imperial Chambers, King William St, Adelaide 1914 Application 26292

LLOYD, Howard Watson gentleman Adelaide, partner in the firm of HL and AE AYERS National Chambers, Adelaide 1921 Application 26804

LLOYD, Howard Watson liquidator of the SA Mining Association Adelaide (National Chambers, King William St) 1925 Memorial 48/494

LLOYD, Sir Howard Watson accountant Trinity St, College Town. His wife, Mary Elizabeth Lloyd, died 20/11/1951 Memorial 145/527

LLOYD, Sir Howard Watson and his wife, Lady Mary Elizabeth Lloyd, lived 24 Trinity St, College Park, for the whole of their married life. Lady LLoyd died 20/11/1951. Sir Howard Lloyd died 20/5/1955. They had two sons - Lancelot Howard Lloyd and Henry Howard Lloyd accountants 65 King William St, Adelaide 1956. Lucy Lockett AYERS spinster Stanley St, North Adelaide, often used to visit her sister, Lady Lloyd, at College Park Application 29188

No 1

LLOYD, Hugh farmer Pt Elliot 1853[-1856] Memorial 408/53

LLOYD, Hugh of Haby Hill near Pt Elliot 1862 Memorial 317/184

LLOYD, Isaac wheelwright Glynde 1854 Memorial 51/64

LLOYD, Isabella spinster Instow, Devon, England 1856 linked with Thomas Furley Forster Lloyd gentleman Kangarilla 1871 Application 11662

LLOYD, Issacar mason Gawler South 1870 Application 11164

No 1

LLOYD, James of Echunga 1853 Memorial 359/47

LLOYD, James farmer Echunga 1856 Memorial 214/98

LLOYD, James farmer Milang 1856 Echunga land purchase Memorial 334/109

LLOYD, James farmer Echunga 1861 Memorial 71/178

No 2

LLOYD, James Minister of the Gospel Primitive Methodist Chapel Willunga 1874 Application 13981

No 1

LLOYD, John Lieutenant in HMs Navy Adelaide 1840 Memorial 147/163

LLOYD, John Lieutenant in HM Navy, formerly of Adelaide, but now of Panbula near Mirrambula NSW, power of attorney to his son, Arthur LLOYD gentleman Adelaide, to sell his SA real estate and finalise his business dealings 20/6/1859 Deposit 59/1860

LLOYD, John formerly of Adelaide but now of Panbula near Murrambula NSW father of Arthur Lloyd gentleman Adelaide 1860 Memorial 106/163

No 2

LLOYD, John blacksmith Payneham 1852[-1855] Memorial 364/42

LLOYD, John blacksmith Payneham died c1865. All estate to his wife, Eliza Lloyd, except for mortgage properties, which went into trust Enrolment 30/50

LLOYD, John blacksmith Payneham, died c1865. He left his entire estate to his wife, Eliza Lloyd Memorial 36/208

LLOYD, John farmer Payneham 1853 Memorial 58/53

No 3

LLOYD, John storekeeper and chemist Roseberry 1886 Memorial 114/376

No 1

LLOYD, John Henry musician White St, Walkerville 1895 Memorial 75/428

LLOYD, John Henry agent Walkerville 1906 Application 24993

No 1

LLOYD, John Sanderson merchant Adelaide 1857 Memorial 177/134

LLOYD, John Sanderson gentleman Adelaide 1867 Memorial 83/222

LLOYD, JS merchant's clerk Adelaide 1870 Memorial 235/246

LLOYD, John Sanderson merchant's clerk Adelaide 1870 Memorial 137/262

LLOYD, John Sanderson gentleman Adelaide 1871 Application 11331

LLOYD, JS accountant to Robert Barr SMITH merchant Adelaide 1873 Memorials 158/264 & 185/264

LLOYD, John Sanderson accountant Adelaide 1879[-1895] Memorial 204/316

LLOYD, John Sanderson accountant North Adelaide 1881 Memorial 198/331

LLOYD, John Sanderson merchant's clerk Adelaide 1882 Memorial 159/342

LLOYD, JS accountant Adelaide 1884 Memorial 227/357

LLOYD, John Sanderson accountant Alma Chambers, McHenry St, Adelaide, in the employ of Elder Smith & Co for some 30 years (not clear whether the firm still employed him). He had a great deal to do with real estate which absentee landlords entrusted to Elder Smiths to manage 1894 Application 22702

No 1

LLOYD, John Vereker agent Kent Town Co Adelaide. Hundred of Crystal Brook land grant 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 217 County Victoria

LLOYD, John Vereker broker Adelaide 1879 Memorial 138/316

LLOYD, John Vereker agent College Town, local attorney for Arthur Lloyd Esquire formerly of Norwood now of parts beyond the sea 1885 Application 20561

LLOYD, John Vereker gentleman Adelaide linked with William Lloyd Esquire Dargeeling, Empire of India 1893. Were they sons of John Lloyd Lieutenant in HM Army Adelaide 1840, who died 15/12/1868 in place unknown Application 22562

No 1 - perhaps the same person

LLOYD, Joseph of near Crafers; member of the National Building and Investment Society 1870 Memorial 245/245

LLOYD, Joseph stationer Adelaide 1874 Application 13351

No 2

LLOYD, Joseph farmer Mannanarie 1885 Grant Book 13 Page 84 County Dalhousie

LLOYD, Joseph farmer Mannanarie 1993 Memorial 93/432

LLOYD, Joseph farmer Mannanarie and Yongala, died 8/4/1899 Mannanarie. Estate worth £4,560. Father of Ethel Rose Lloyd, Sydney Lloyd and Frederick Samuel Lloyd. Step-father of Elisabeth SAMPSON. Executors: Frederick Thomas DAVIS storekeeper Jamestown and Wilhelm Gustav BRADTKE farmer Mannanarie Memorial 11/439

No 1

LLOYD, Richard gentleman Morphett Vale 1851[-1860] Memorial 66/30

LLOYD, Richard auctioneer Morphett Vale 1865 Memorial 101/204

LLOYD, Richard auctioneer formerly of Morphett Vale but now of Inman Valley 1866[-1867] Memorial 327/209

LLOYD, Richard farmer Inman Valley, died 19/8/1872, of apoplexy, aged 45 1904 Application 24735

No 1

LLOYD, Richard Oliver gardener Kingston S-E 1937 Application 28095

LLOYD, Richard Oliver gardener Kingston, aged 71 in 1941, declared that he had lived in Kingston S-E for the last 43 years. He got married in the Lacepede Bay Institute in 1895, when it had already been built for many years. The Salvation Army, the Methodists and other denominations had used the Institute at various times for divine worship. He was also a former Councillor for one of the wards in the District Council of Lacepede Application 28146

LLOYD, Robert farmer Kapunda 1858 Memorial 13/144

No 1 - likely to be the same person

LLOYD, Robert M clerk to James WHITE auctioneer Allen Creek 1858 Memorial 237/137

LLOYD, Robert Mansell of Kapunda 1858 Memorial 112/172

No 1

LLOYD, Samuel blacksmith Magill 1842[-1843] Memorial 7/315

Formerly of Magill, now of Mt Barker 1850 Memorial 308/27

LLOYD, Samuel blacksmith formerly of Magill 1842 but now of Mt Barker 1850 Application 9975

LLOYD, Samuel formerly of Magill but now of the Bugle Ranges 1852 Memorial 371/45 Blacksmith formerly of Mt Barker 1853 Memorial 476/49

LLOYD, Samuel of Echunga 1857[-1889] Memorial 337/122

LLOYD, Samuel farmer near Echunga 1884 Application 20286

LLOYD, Samuel formerly of Echunga but then of Payneham, died 19/3/ 1891. Executrix: Emma Jane LOADER wife of Nathaniel Loader of Payneham Memorial 142/412

LLOYD, Samuel gentleman formerly Echunga late Payneham deceased 1892. Emma Jane LOADER wife of Nathanial Loader of Payneham was the executor of his will Application 22220

FIND

LLOYD, Samuel farmer near Echunga 1898 Application 23525

No 2

LLOYD, Samuel stone mason Hill River 1850[-1852] Memorial 104/23

LLOYD, Samuel farmer Pleasant Valley near Penwortham 1860 Memorial 206/167

LLOYD, Samuel farmer Pleasant Valley near Clare 1855 Memorial 184/359 Farmer Open Ranges near Clare 1855 Memorial 185/359

LLOYD, Samuel farmer Spring Farm Clare, died 22/6/1884. His son, Joseph Lloyd farmer Mannanarie. Grandson Sydney Lloyd (son of Joseph Lloyd) farmer Manannarie, turned 21 on 15/5/1897 Grandson Frederick Samuel Lloyd (son of the late Richard Lloyd), farmer Mannanarie, turned 21 on 21/12/1888 Enrolments 68,69,70/54 Enrolment 68/54

LLOYD, Samuel farmer Spring Farm near Clare, died 1884. He gave his wife, Mary Lloyd, a life interest in the farm, together with the furniture and £2/10/- a week annuity. The rest of the estate to be managed according to the will for the benefit of Samuel Lloyd's son, Joseph Lloyd, and Joseph Lloyd's three sons, Frederick Samuel Lloyd, and Sydney Lloyd Memorial 186/359

LLOYD, Sydney of Mannanarie 1897 Memorial 91/432

No 1

LLOYD, Thomas Wesleyan minister Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of Upper Wakefield land grant 1858 Grant Book 56 Page 125 County Stanley

LLOYD, Thomas Wesleyan minister formerly of Adelaide 1858 but now of Mt Barker 1863 Application 4388

LLOYD, Thomas Wesleyan minister Gawler Freeling (Hundred of Nuriootpa) township allotment land grant 1867 Grant Book 44 Page 311 County Light

LLOYD, Thomas minister of the gospel Adelaide President SA Wesleyan Methodist Conference 1879 Grant Book 19 Page 222 County Fergusson

LLOYD, Thomas minister of the gospel Moonta President SA Wesleyan Methodist Conference 1881 Grant Book 19 Page 256 County Fergusson

No 2

LLOYD, Thomas farmer Mernowie near Marrabel 1889[-1912] Memorial 155/397

LLOYD, Thomas farmer Marrabel on the Dirty Light 1892[-1921] Memorial 152/412, Application 26404

No 1

LLOYD, Thomas Furley Forster sheep farmer Kangarilla 1872 Memorial 158/259

LLOYD, Thomas Furley Foster Esquire Mt Bold near Kangarilla 1876 Application 15503

LLOYD, Thomas Furley Forster sheep farmer formerly of Mt Bold near Kangarilla but now of Fowler Bay 1884 Memorial 20/357

LLOYD, Thomas Furley Forster sheepfarmer St Francis Island near Denial Bay 1893 Memorial 71/418

LLOYD, Thomas William farmer near Robe Hundred of Waterhouse land grant 1884 Grant Book 50 Page 26 County Robe

No 1 - perhaps the same person

LLOYD, Titus shipwright Le Fevre Peninsula 1868 Memorial 80/233

LLOYD, Titus ship carpenter Pt Adelaide 1870 Application 10456

LLOYD, Titus farmer Hope Valley 1896[-1903] Memorial 44/428

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

LLOYD, William farmer Clare 1856 Linked with Samuel Lloyd of Pleasant Valley Memorial 211/98

LLOYD, William farmer Armagh 1860 Application 1723

LLOYD, William farmer Emu Flat Hundred of Clare land grant 1863[-1880] Grant Book 56 Page 43 County Stanley

LLOYD, William farmer Emu Flat near Clare 1873 Memorial 159/268

LLOYD, William farmer near Clare, died 8/4/1902. Father of Sarah Ann Lloyd spinster Georgetown, William Lloyd, Jane Lloyd, Mary Lloyd, Fanny Lloyd and George Lloyd Memorial 189/445

LLOYD, William the Elder farmer near Clare, died 8/4/1902. Father of Sarah Ann Lloyd spinster Georgetown, Jane Lloyd spinster near Clare, Mary WHITE nee Lloyd wife of Joseph Hills White carpenter New Thebarton, Fanny Lloyd spinster Georgetown and George Lloyd farmer near Clare [William the Younger not mentioned] Memorial 26/448

LLOYD, Sarah Ann widow of the late William Lloyd farmer Clare. Her children appeared to be Jane Lloyd spinster Clare, Mary WHITE wife of Joseph Hills White carpenter New Thebarton, and Fanny Lloyd spinster Georgetown 1909 Application 25636

No 2

LLOYD, William carter Clinton Price township allotment land grant 1882 Grant Book 20 Page 24 County Fergusson

LLOYD, William Alfred Norman plumber Kingston S-E. Kingston Methodist Church trustee 1948 Memorial 41/523

No 1

LLOYDE, George farmer Pinnaroo. Hundred of Pinnaroo land grant 1945 Grant Book 12 Page 60 County Chandos

LLOYDE, Winifred music teacher Jenkins Tce Pinnaroo. Pinnaroo (Hundred of Pinnaroo) township allotment land grant 1948 Grant Book 12 Page 80 County Chandos

No 1

LOADER, Alfred George chemist Glenelg married Elizabeth LEAVER widow Glenelg on 18/2/1895 at St Luke's Whitmore Square Adelaide Memorial 157/424

LOADER, Alfred George chemist Adelaide and Elizabeth Loader his wife 1894[-1899] Memorial 158/424

No 1

LOADER, Charles farmer Payneham 1862 Memorial 187/182

LOADER, Charles farmer Athelstone 1864 Memorial 313/199

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

LOADER, Charles gardener North Stepney 1871 Application 11614

LOADER, Charles builder Payneham 1877 Memorial 5/300

LOADER, Charles fruiterer Glenelg 1878 Memorial 207/311

LOADER, Charles District Council Clerk Thebarton 1879 Memorial 206/316

LOADER, Charles builder New Thebarton 1886 Memorial 88/375

LOADER, Edward Waller carpenter Salisbury 1858 Memorial 273/143

LOADER, Henry labourer Stepney 1852[-1853] Memorial 468/43

No 1

LOADER, Jacob labourer Marden 1861 Memorial 258/172

LOADER, Jacob gardener Payneham 1880 Memorial 244/329

No 1

LOADER, James farmer Payneham 1849 Memorial 190/17

LOADER, James labourer Payneham 1850[-1854] Enrolment 19/10 Payneham Wesleyan Chapel trustee 1854 Memorial 254/65

LOADER, James gardener Payneham 1857 Memorial 164/126

LOADER, James farmer Payneham 1861 Memorial 120/181

LOADER, James formerly farmer 1849 but now labourer Payneham 1862 Application 3554

No 2

LOADER, James foreman Le Fevre Peninsula 1878 Application 16928

No 1

LOADER, John mariner Alberton 1849[-1854] Memorial 114/15

LOADER, John mariner Pt Adelaide 1852[-1863] Memorial 160/42

LOADER, John pilot Pt Adelaide 1855 Memorial 53/88

LOADER, John mariner Pt Adelaide linked with John Loader fireman Le Fevre Peninsula and Isabella Stewart Loader his wife 1874 Memorial 201/278

LOADER, John mariner formerly of Pt Adelaide but then of Exeter, died 11/10/1892 Pt Adelaide. His £450 estate to his widow, Isabella Stewart Loader, for life and then equally absolutely in remainder expectant to his two daughters - Isabella de Brett Blinkinsop GOLDNEY wife of Henry Frederick Goldney farmer Balaklava and Jane Annette Loader spinster Exeter, in remainder expectant Memorial 200/415

LOADER, Isabella Stewart widow Le Fevre Peninsula relict of the late John Loader formerly fireman Le Fevre Peninsula now deceased 1893 Memorial 83/416

LOADER, John mariner Pt Adelaide married Isabella Stewart BRETT on 31/5/1856 at St Margaret's Woodville. Three children of the marriage - William Loader, born 7/4/1857 died 25/4/1857; Isabella de Brett Loader born 2/8/1859 now the wife of Frederick GOLDNEY; and Jane Annette Loader born 3/1/1864 now the wife of the Rev'd James William MOULAND (married 2/4/1896 Woodville Wesleyan Church. Minister: Thomas RASTON. Witnesses: J CLARK manager Semaphore and Louisa CRAWLEY of West Torrens. At that time, JW Mouland lived at Exeter, as did his bride). John Loader died 11/10/1892. His close friend, John Clark agent Exeter, gave this information in 1897. By 1915, the Moulands still lived at Exeter. The Goldneys had lived on a farm at Balaklava and had now come to live in Yatala [probably near Pt Adelaide] Application 26469

LOADER, Joseph labourer Mintaro 1858 Memorial 240/132

No 1

LOADER, Nathaniel labourer Montacute 1871 Application 11614

LOADER, Nathaniel labourer formerly of Highbury but now of Old Thebarton 1882 Memorial 17/343

LOADER, Nathaniel carter Maria St, Thebarton 1883. He left the district c1885 Application 26335

LOADER, Nathaniel labourer Payneham and EJ Loader his wife 1890 Application 21916

No 2

LOADER, Nathaniel of Knotts Hill near Meadows and Harriet Elizabeth Loader his wife 1941 Memorial 128/518

LOADER, Reuben John chaff merchant 47 Second Ave, St Peters 1922 Memorial 1/487

No 1

LOADER, Stanley dairyfarmer Meadows 1951 Memorial 181/525

LOADER, Stanley dairy farmer Meadows 1953 Application 28926

No 1

LOADER, Thomas labourer Adelaide 1839 Farmer Payneham 1846 Application 1893

LOADER, Thomas farmer Payneham 1846 Memorial 436/6

LOADER, Thomas [formerly farmer but now] market gardener Payneham 1846 Memorial 330/112

LOADER, Thomas farmer Payneham, died 8/6/1861. Estate worth £80. He left his estate to his widow, Harriott Loader, for life, then to his children in equal portions. Harriott Loader died 5/1/1886, of senile decay, aged 71 Application 23392

LOADER, Harriott widow Payneham 1882 relict of the late Thomas Loader who died 8/6/1861 Memorial 248/340

LOADER, William Edward Ernest clerk Victoria St, Henley Beach linked with William Richard Loader carpenter Rose St, Prospect 1930 Memorial 183/503

LOADER, Y bank manager Pt Broughton 1913 Memorial 143/469

No 1 - the Elder

LOADES, Edward Waller carpenter Salisbury 1859[-1869] Memorial 194/151, Application 3560, Application 10187

LOADES, Edward Waller contractor Salisbury 1886 Memorial 74/379

LOADES, Edward Waller builder Salisbury, died 17/11/1888. Father of William Richard Loades, who died 18/10/1943. WR Loades had only one child - William Edward Ernest Loades out of business Milner St, Prospect in 1949 Memorial 55/404 & Application 28676

No 2 - the Younger

LOADES, Edward Waller carpenter formerly of Salisbury but now of Islington 1890 Application 26297

LOADES, Edward Waller cab proprietor Islington 1892 Memorial 133/412

LOADES, John Percy labourer Rose St, Prospect 1929, linked with Dorothy May Loads spinster Prospect Application 27737

No 1

LOADES, William Edward Ernest carpenter Blackwood 1945 Memorial 104/519

LOADES, William Edward Ernest out of business Milner St, Prospect 1952 Application 28894

LOAN, CS clerk Adelaide (54/60 Currie St) 1953 Memorial 73/528

No 1

LOBBAN, John of Narracoorte 1879 Memorial 21/318

LOBBAN, John builder Narracoorte 1882 Memorial 187/338

LOBBAN, John the Elder contractor Narracoorte 1885[-1890] Memorial 119/367

No 1

LOBBAN, Mary widow Walkerville 1868[-1873] Memorial 27/237

LOBBAN, Mary widow Walkerville 1888 Application 21319

LOBBAN, Mary widow Walkerville. died 7/12/1891. Her children by 1906 were Robert Lobban blacksmith Walkerville and Mary CARR wife of John Edward Carr carpenter Petersburg Application 25114

No 2

LOBBAN, Mary widow Hundred of Joyce relict of the late Alexander Lobban formerly farmer Hundred of Joyce now deceased 1900 Memorial 135/440 

No 1

LOCH, John Dickson Esquire Adelaide 1839 Memorial 116/64

LOCH, John Dickson gentleman Hobart Town VDL 1854 Memorial 194/78

LOCH, John Dickson formerly gentleman Hobart VDL 1854 but now Esquire South Yarra Melbourne Vic 1870 Application 10769

LOCH, John Dickson Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now of South Yarra Vic [Was there a family connection with RW DICKSON solicitor Melbourne Vic?] 1875 Memorial 83/283

LOCHE, John gentleman Mt Gambier Hundred of Blanche land grant 1858 Grant Book 30 Page 54 County Grey

LOCK, Aaron carpenter Adelaide 1854 Memorial 397/68

LOCK, Albert Ernest civil servant Bridgewater Co Adelaide. Sherlock (Hundred of Sherlock) township allotment land grant 1908 Grant Book 6 Page 121 County Buccleuch

No 1

LOCK, Charles miller Upper or Great North Road 1866 Application 7151

No 2

LOCK, Charles of Pt Lincoln 1903 Memorial 163/452

LOCK, Clarice Louisa married woman Willaston 1952 Application 28874

LOCK, Emma widow Stone Hut. Hundred of Booyoolie land grant 1881 Grant Book 60 Page 158 County Victoria FIND ASK WAYNO

LOCK, Enos Heli secretary Adelaide 1918 Memorial 60/477

LOCK, George James butcher Petersburg 1883 Memorial 156/350

No 1 – perhaps the same person

LOCK, Henry farmer Section 49 Hundred of Mudla Wirra 1853 Memorial 102/58

LOCK, Henry farmer Gawler River Hundred of Terowie land grant 1881 Grant Book 40 Page 15 County Kimberley

No 2

LOCK, Henry labourer Pt Lincoln 1857 Memorial 31/116

LOCK, Henry sheep farmer Pt Lincoln 1858 Memorial 120/142

LOCK, Henry gentleman Pt Lincoln 1860 Application 1343

LOCK, Henry sheep farmer died 14/11/1867. His widow, Hannah Lock, remarried to Thomas MITCHELL sheep farmer Hillside Station near Sheringa, Hundred of Way. Thomas Mitchell died 6/6/1895. His widow, Hannah Mitchell, died 2/10/1897 Application 26083

LOCK, Henry farmer Pt Lincoln, died 14/11/1867. His widow, Hannah Lock, remarried to Thomas MITCHELL sheepfarmer Sheringa, who died 6/6/1895. Hannah Mitchell formerly Lock died 2/10/1897 Memorial 164/452
LOCK, Henry farmer Pt Lincoln, died 14/11/1867. His widow, Hannah Lock nee Tucknott, married Thomas MITCHELL sheepfarmer Sheringa, who died 6/6/1895. Hannah Mitchell widow Hillside Hundred of Way died 2/10/1897. Sister to James TUCKNOTT who died 3/6/1905. Apparently Mrs Mitchell lived with Rutledge Wilson FELTUS farmer Hillside Hundred of Way [Was he her son-in-law?] Memorial 39/484 & RPA Search 577

LOCK, James George of Petersburg 1882 Memorial 136/343

LOCK, James Miller gentleman formerly of Adelaide 1854 but now of Norwood 1864 Application 4998

No 1

LOCK, Jesse gentleman Pt Lincoln 1861 Memorial 177/172

LOCK, Jesse yeoman Pt Lincoln 1877 Memorial 215/303

LOCK, Jesse yeoman Pt Lincoln 1877[-1888] Application 21424

LOCK, Jesse limeburner Pt Lincoln. Hundred of Lincoln land grant 1880 Grant Book 21 Page 46 County Flinders

LOCK, Jesse yeoman Pt Lincoln 1888 Application 21424

No 1

LOCK, John farmer near Gawler. Gawler Wesleyan Methodist Church trustee 1867 Memorial 54/218

No 2

LOCK, John farmer Hundred of Cunningham. Trustee cemetery Ardrossan Hundred of Cunningham land grant 1879 Grant Book 19 Page 283 County Fergusson

LOCK, John farmer Price. Trustee cemetery Price Hundred of Cunningham land grant 1887 Grant Book 19 Page 285 County Fergusson

No 3

LOCK, John mason Mt Gambier 1892 Application 22420

No 4

LOCK, John pensioner 13 Twentyfirst St, Gawler South, aged 78 in 1952, declared that he had lived in the neighbourhood since March 1949 Application 28874

No 5

LOCK, John locksmith Fourth St, Bowden and Agnes Lock his wife 1909 Application 25640

LOCK, John Egbert engine fitter Bowden, a brother to Enos Heli Lock journalist to the Registrar-General Grenfell St, Adelaide 1908. Their mother, Catherine Harriott Newman Lock widow Prospect, died 8/1/1901 Application 25464

No 1 - appears to be a solicitor's clerk

LOCK, John Miller gentleman Adelaide 1851[-1855] Memorial 494/38 Gentleman Norwood 1854[-1856] Memorial 366/68

LOCK, John M clerk to Messrs HANSON & HICKS solicitors Adelaide 1851 Memorial 82/35 Clerk to Messrs GWYNNE & LAWRENCE solicitors Adelaide 1853 Memorial 394/52

LOCK, John Miller gentleman formerly of Adelaide 1857 but now of Norwood 1862 Application 3350

No 2 - appears to be a publican then agent

LOCK, John M of Gresham St, Adelaide 1853[-1863] Memorial 204/48

LOCK, John M of the Gresham Hotel, Adelaide 1865 Memorial 128/204

LOCK, John M of Adelaide 1873 Memorial 121/320

LOCK, John M of Pt Adelaide 1880 Memorial 41/323

LOCK, John Miller agent formerly of Adelaide but now of Windsor Vic 1907 Memorial 95/458

LOCK, John Miller gentleman Windsor near Melboune Vic 1908 Memorial 47/459

No 1

LOCK, John Thomas builder Le Fevre Peninsula 1885 Memorial 62/367

LOCK, John Thomas builder Le Fevre Peninsula 1885. He bought allotments in Robert THORNBER’s village of Freshwater, Section 1110 Le Fevre Peninsula, ‘opposite Prince’s Wharf’. Good map of the subdivision. Main St called Water St, leading off ‘the main road to the Flagstaff’. Application 20606

LOCK, John William farmer Upper Wakefield 1865 Memorial 162/202

LOCK, Joseph farmer Hundred of Wandearah 1887[-1892] Memorial 161/384

No 1

LOCK, Matthew Balls farmer Upper Wakefield Special Survey 1854[-1858] Memorial 500/69

LOCK, Matthew Balls farmer Upper Wakefield 1861. He could not write Application 2717

LOCK, Matthew Balls farmer Upper Wakefield 1864 Memorial 108/200

LOCK, Richard Samuel farmer Lochiel Hundred of Coonatto land grant 1883 Grant Book 24 Page 805 County Frome

No 1

LOCK, Robert sawyer New Tiers 1854[-1855] Memorial 112/67

LOCK, Robert farmer Onkaparinga 1855 Memorial 492/80

LOCK, Robert formerly sawyer the Tiers but now market gardener Carey Gully 1865 Application 6379.

LOCK, Robert sawyer formerly of the New Tiers, later at Walkerville between 1854-c1870. In 1870, he took his 18 month-old son, Charles Lock, to his friend, Rebecca WELLEM of Walkerville to look after until he returned from a trip to New Zealand, where he had a sister called Mrs BURGESS living in Napier. He promised to send 6/- a week to keep the child, and gave her 20/- as a first payment. She kept the child for a year, but as no further money ever arrived, she gave the child to the Destitute Board until he was old enough to be boarded out. Rebecca Wellem had frequently written to friends in Napier NZ, about Robert Lock, but no one ever knew anything about him. His eldest daughter, Martha ROWETT, and her husband, Richard Stephen Rowett police constable Adelaide (Charlotte Place), wrote to the NZ Police Department in Wellington on 13/11/1891. The NZ police placed an advertisement in the NZ Police Gazette (undated entry) 'Description: now about 63 years of age, 5'8" high, fair complexion, used to wear whiskers beard and moustache.' No trace of Robert Lock in the NZ Deaths Register. The Rowetts took out letters of administration for Robert Lock on 14/3/1893. Robert Lock had married Ann nee WADE of Norfolk, in England, before emigrating to SA. Robert Lock bought and then borrowed £200 from Jacob WHITE Walkerville to pay for his Walkerville land, and let Jacob White live there rent free in lieu of 8/- a week, until the debt was repaid. He continued to live there until he died. His son, George White, baker and grocer Kent Town, attended to his business. George White was absent from SA for about 18 months in the early 1890s, when his son, Thomas White baker and grocer Norwood, undertook his business affairs during his absence. 1893 Application 22493

No 2

LOCK, Robert farmer Hundred of Wandearah 1895 Memorial 172/423

No 1

LOCK, Thomas labourer Pt Adelaide 1859 Memorial 107/153

LOCK, Thomas the Elder married Mary nee TOWSON in April 1852, Collingwood Vic. The Locks came to SA. Thomas Lock labourer Pt Adelaide, died 8/2/1862 intestate, of kidney and liver disease, aged 31. His eldest son, Thomas Lock the Younger, born 29/4/1853 Pt Adelaide, inherited his estate as heir at law. Another son, William George Lock, born 7/12/1854. Thomas Lock the Elder was a mariner in his early years at Pt Adelaide Mary Lock remarried to Gilbert PERKS mariner Le Fevre Peninsula. Widowed again by 1886 Application 20867

No 2

LOCK, Thomas builder Le Fevre Peninsula 1885 Memorial 62/367

No 1

LOCK, William farmer Brighton 1854[-1879] Memorial 233/68

LOCK, William farmer Brighton and Elizabeth Lock his wife 1857 Memorial 54/118

LOCK, Elizabeth formerly Elizabeth HOPKINS widow but now wife of William Lock gentleman Brighton 1877. She appeared to be the mother of Elizabeth Ann SHEPHARD nee HOPKINS wife of William Thomas Shephard farmer The Sturt. The Shephard children, all infants under the age of 21 included Stanley Hopkins Shephard, Frederick William Shephard, Ethel Ann Shephard, Rosa May Shephard and Alexander John Shephard Application 16142

LOCK, Elizabeth wife of William Lock gentleman Brighton 1884 Application 20097

LOCK, Elizabeth wife of William Lock, died 19/7/1890 Brighton, of senile decay, aged 75. Grandmother of Stanley SHEPHARD Application 22103

No 2

LOCK, William blacksmith formerly of Gawler 1862 but now of Terowie 1877. Templers Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee Application 16004

No 3

LOCK, William farmer Gawler River 1867 Memorial 243/232

LOCK, William farmer Terowie Hundred of Terowie land grant 1879 Grant Book 40 Page 8 County Kimberley

LOCK, William farmer Gawler River Hundred of Terowie land grant 1880 Grant Book 40 Page 13 County Kimberley

LOCK, William farmer Yarcowie Hundred of Terowie land grant 1888 Grant Book 40 Page 20 County Kimberley

No 4

LOCK, William farmer Brighton 1887 Application 21296

No 1

LOCK, William George bootmaker Pt Adelaide 1885 Application 20789

No 2

LOCK, William George contractor Kew 1895 Application 22948

No 1

LOCK, William Henry farmer Carrieton 1885 Memorial 206/367

LOCK, William Henry farmer Conatta 1890 Memorial 9/405

LOCK, William Henry farmer Moochra 1890 Memorial 12/405

No 1

LOCK, William James farmer Lochiel Hundred of Coonatto land grant 1882 Grant Book 24 Page 805 County Frome

LOCK, William James linked with Section 126 Hundred of Eurelia Co Dalhousie 1892 Memorial 100/413

LOCK, WR accountant Broken Hill NSW 1917 Memorial 169/475

LOCKE, John farmer McLaren Vale 1854 Memorial 298/76

LOCKE, John William farmer Auburn, became a bankrupt in 1867. He then left the district Memorial 75/226

No 1

LOCKETT, John Henry carpenter Echunga 1862 Memorial 322/185

LOCKETT, John Henry wheelwright Echunga 1865 Memorial 241/206

LOCKETT, Peter Henry farmer Echunga 1899 Application 23855

No 1

LOCKETT, Peter Nettlefold of near Echunga 1898 Memorial 29/436

LOCKETT, Peter Nettlefold farmer near Echunga Hundred of Macclesfield land grant 1899 Grant Book 36 Page 317 County Hindmarsh

No 1

LOCKETT, William engineer Burnside 1877 Memorial 162/297

LOCKETT, William gardener Second Creek 1883 Application 19590

LOCKETT, William the Elder farmer Burnside linked with William Lockett the Younger bricklayer Cheltenham Vic and Henry Lockett carpenter Sheffield Tas 1887 Memorial 187/386

LOCKETT, William Burgess farmer Mt Barker, died 21/6/1949. His wife called Mary Ann Elizabeth Lockett. His sons were William Arthur Lockett farmer Mt Barker and Herbert Henry Lockett labourer Goolwa 1950 Application 28783

LOCKHART, Hugh and William gentlemen Adelaide 1864[-1866] Memorial 100/194

No 1

LOCKIER, Samuel farmer Kangarilla 1889[-1923] Memorial 213/395

LOCKIER, Samuel carrier Kangarilla 1900 Memorial 184/439

No 1

LOCKIER, William sawyer Adelaide 1847[-1858] Memorial 67/8

LOCKIER, William sawyer Scaldwell Kangarilla 1869 Memorial 244/236

LOCKIER, William died 9/11/1869. His widow, Sarah Lockier remarried to Charles LUCAS on 29/7/1873. Sarah Lucas died 12/1/1889. Probably sons - Joseph Lockier farmer Serviceton Vic and Samuel Lockier farmer Kangarilla Memorial 213/395

LOCKIER, William labourer Kangarilla, died 1869. He left his entire estate to his wife, Sarah Lockier. Sarah Lockier 48 widow Eyer's Flat (Father: John WATTS) remarried to Charles LUCAS 48 widower labourer Eyer's Flat (Father: Henry Lucas) on 29/7/1873 General Registry Office Victoria Square, Adelaide. Witnesses: John WILLIS labourer Adelaide and Rosina HARNEY of Adelaide. Charles Lucas labourer Kangarilla, died 4/3/1887, of apoplexy, aged 61. Sarah Lucas widow of the late Charles Lucas labourer Kangarilla, died 12/1/1889, of uterus cancer, aged 63. Samuel Lockier farmer Kangarilla 1904 linked with the William Lockier family Application 24813

LOCKIER, Sarah widow Kangarilla relict of the late William Lockier labourer Kangarilla, who died 9/11/1869; parents of Joseph Lockier labourer Kangarilla 1873 Memorial 86/267

LOCKPEN, Lambert carter Yatala 1882 Application 19176

LOCKTON, Charles farmer Kapunda 1881 Grant Book 13 Page 109 County Dalhousie

No 1

LOCKTON, William of Section 104 Survey B near Adelaide 1853 Memorial 215/46

LOCKTON, William yeoman Adelaide 1854 Memorial 176/124

No 2

LOCKTON, William farmer Mt Barker 1855 Hundred of Belvidere land grant Memorial 135/173

LOCKTON, William farmer formerly of Mt Barker but now of Belvidere 1863 Application 4426

LOCKWOOD, George labourer Mt Gambier 1880 Application 18174

No 1

LOCKWOOD, John Hawksley gentleman Adelaide 1851 Memorial 410/34

LOCKWOOD, John Hawksley gentleman Adelaide linked with Sarah Lockwood spinster Adelaide 1852 Memorial 184/41

LOCKWOOD, John Hawksley gentleman North Adelaide 1853 Memorial 129/47

No 1

LOCKWOOD, Joseph cabinetmaker Adelaide 1852 Memorial 310/43

LOCKWOOD, Joseph cabinetmaker formerly of Adelaide but now of Norwood 1854 Memorial 56/76

LOCKWOOD, Joseph builder Norwood 1854[-1855] Memorial 447/69

LOCKWOOD, Joseph formerly gentleman Adelaide 1852 but now builder Norwood 1864 Application 5345

LOCKWOOD, Jane formerly Jane CHYNOWETH widow Norwood 1853 but now wife of Joseph Lockwood farmer Norwood 1877 Application 16440

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

LOCKWOOD, Joseph labourer Norwood 1854 Norwood Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee Memorial 93/99

No 3 FIND CHECK RUNS

LOCKWOOD, Joseph storekeeper near Burnside and Jane Lockwood his wife formerly Jane CHYNOWETH widow Norwood 1869 Memorial 173/243

LOCKWOOD, Joseph formerly storekeeper Burnside but now out of business Unley 1875 Memorial 152/346

LOCKWOOD, Joseph gentleman Unley Co Adelaide. Keilli township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 14 Page 488 County Daly

No 4

LOCKWOOD, Joseph boot manufacturer Norwood Co Adelaid. Hundred of Redhill land grant 1877 Grant Book 14 Page 365 County Daly

LOCKWOOD, Joseph farmer Salt Creek Yorke Peninsula and Jane Lockwood his wife 1878 Memorial 154/308

No 1

LOCKWOOD, Richard labourer South Para 1848 Memorial 258/11

LOCKWOOD, Richard the Elder farmer Warrow. Hundred of Warrow land grant 1877 Grant Book 21 Page 153 County Flinders

No 2

LOCKWOOD, Richard the Younger shepherd Warrow Hundred of Warrow land grant 1877 Grant Book 21 Page 153 County Flinders

LOCKWOOD, Samuel storekeeper Bramfield Bramfield (Hundred of Ward) township allotment land grant 1878[-1879] Grant Book 48 Page 3 County Musgrave

No 1 - perhaps the same person

LOCKWOOD, Samuel Salte wine and spirit merchant Adelaide (Pt TA 113 Currie St) in partnership with Hermann Conrad STAKEMANN trading under the style or firm of Stakemann and Lockwood 1853. SS Lockwood withdrew from the business in the following year Memorials 170/59, 82/77

LOCKWOOD, Samuel schoolmaster Reynella 1863 Memorial 220/195

LOCKWOOD, Samuel Salte schoolmaster Reynella 1864 Application 13421

LOCKWOOD, Samuel S teacher Weaver Lagoon Hundred of Dalrymple Co Fergusson 1884 Memorial 2/363

LOCKWOOD, Sarah spinster Adelaide 1852 Memorial 184/41

LOCKWOOD, William John sawyer formerly of Auckland New Zealand, but now of Adelaide 1848 Memorial 181/12

No 1

LOCKYER, Edward Catchlove brewer Kooringa 1895 Application 22946

LOCKYER, Edward Catchlove brewer Kooringa, died 4/6/1900. His estate worth £21,000. His daughter, Henrietta Rebecca Lockyer, to inherit all his household personal estate absolutely and £200 cash. The trustees not to delay more than 5 years in selling his brewery at Kooringa and the rest of his estate not willed to his daughter. The proceeds to be invested in trust to pay his daughter, Henrietta Rebecca Lockyer and his son, William George Lockyer, the income in equal shares during their respective lifetimes. WG Lockyer could borrow up to £500 from the estate with the approval of the trustees. Following both their deaths, the trust estate to be divided equally absolutely in remainder expectant amongst their children. Executor Trustee and Agency Co of SA to take over as trustees if either of the trustees appointed under the will could no longer act - William Pitt BARKER sheep farmer Baldina and John MELROSE sheep farmer Ulooloo. 'I desire my said daughter and my said son to know that the provisions of this my will as to the investment of their respective shares have not been made by me through any ill-will towards them or either of them but solely because to my view it will be more advantageous to each of them that such provisions be made.' Application 27180

LOCKYER, Edward Francis, Henry Catchlove Lockyer and George Howard Lockyer brewers Kooringa trading under the style or firm of EC Lockyer and Co 1900 Memorial 233/441

LOCKYER, George of Baratta Station near Kanyaka 1878 Memorial 64/309

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

LOCKYER, George Howard bootmaker Adelaide 1840 Application 18898

LOCKYER, George Howard shoemaker Kensington 1843 Memorial 102/3

LOCKYER, George Howard the Younger a minor Kensington 1848 Application 14299

LOCKYER, George Howard the Younger draper Adelaide 1854 Memorial 437/78

LOCKYER, George Howard the Younger draper of the full age of 21 years formerly of Kensington but now of Adelaide 1857 Memorial 297/121

LOCKYER, Harriett sempstress Adelaide (Currie St)1847 Memorial 120/8

No 1

LOCKYER, Henry labourer Walkerville 1849[-1852] Memorial 91/14

No 2

LOCKYER, Henry labourer Glenelg 1872 Memorial 179/262

LOCKYER, Henry labourer New Glenelg 1872 Memorial 12/263

LOCKYER, Henry Brunswick labourer New Glenelg 1873 Memorial 35/265

LOCKYER, Thomas Arthur clerk to William James solicitor Adelaide 1841 Memorial 272/1 Now of Brighton. Husband of Harriet Lockyer 1850 Memorial 342/20

No 1

LOCKYER, Thomas William master mariner Pt Adelaide 1885 Memorial 101/366

LOCKYER, Thomas William master mariner Pt Adelaide, died 23/9/ 1898. £50 to Bridget Lockyer Memorial 148/436

LOCKYER, William sawyer Adelaide 1847 Memorial 67/8

LODDING, Frederick yeoman Athelstone 1854 Memorial 488/65

LODGE, Arthur of New Mile End, Adelaide Botanical Gardens employee 1914 Memorial 104/471
No 1

LODGE, Charles carpenter Gawler 1858 Memorial 234/137

LODGE, Charles carpenter formerly of Gawler but now of Adelaide 1864 Memorial 42/196

LODGE, Charles carpenter Norwood 1863 Application 4595

LODGE, Charles carpenter formerly of Adelaide 1865 but now of Norwood 1865 Application 6912.

LODGE, Charles carpenter Hackney 1874 Application 13735

LODGE, Charles carpenter Hackney 1874[-1879] Memorial 222/277

LODGE, Charles carpenter Hackney, power of attorney to James Crabb VERCO gentleman North Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 9/4/1879 Deposit 241/1879

LODGE, Cornelius Barker and Johann WEIDENHOEFER/WEIDENHOFER/WEIDENHÖFER timber merchants Adelaide trading under the style or firm of Lodge & Weidenhöfer 1885. The firm became bankrupt in 1886 Memorials 179/364, 72/385

No 1 - perhaps the same person

LODGE, Elijah labourer Gawler West 1864 Application 5160

LODGE, Elijah farmer Hundred of Cunningham 1885 Memorial 208/368

LODGE, Freda Ann married woman 38 Drury St, Willaston, aged 48 in 1957, declared that she had lived in the area for 32 years. She was a daughter of John James PRATT of Willaston, who died 22/3/1945 Application 29241

No 1

LODGE, Matthew merchant Adelaide (Gawler Place) 1855 Memorial 197/83

LODGE, Matthew gentleman Adelaide 1856 Memorial 277/199

LODGE, Matthew gentleman Adelaide, about to leave the province, power of attorney to William PARKIN draper Adelaide, to sell his real estate and finalise his SA business affairs 15/3/1856 Deposit 305/1864

LODGE, Matthew merchant formerly of Adelaide but now of England 1864 Memorial 317/199

LODGE, Oliver Henry dairy farmer Willaston, aged 52 years in 1961, declared that he had lived in Willaston all his life Application 29430

LODGE, Stephen farmer Gawler River 1866[-1900] Memorial 42/215, Application 23975

LODMAN, James surgeon Pt Adelaide 1858 Memorial 137/268

No 1

LOECHEL/LOCHEL/LÖCHEL, Johann Gottlieb the Younger farmer Milendella Hundred of Finniss land grant 1888[-1891] Grant Book 58 Page 43 County Sturt

LOECHEL/LOCHEL/LÖCHEL, Gottlieb the Younger farmer near Palmer 1881 Memorial 17/329

LOEHE/LOHE/LÖHE, Albert clerk to Mr ABRAHAMS of Adelaide 1867 Memorial 30/224

No 1

LOEHE/LOHE/LÖHE, Carl August tailor Adelaide 1869[-1874] Memorial 38/241

LOEHE/LOHE/LÖHE, Christiana Maria Friederike widow Kensington 1876, relict of the late Carl August Lohe formerly cutter Kensington 1869 Application 15456

LOESER/LOSER/LÖSER, Johann eucalyptus manufacturer Langhorne Creek Co Hindmarsh. Hundred of Freeling land grant 1905 Grant Book 58 Page 27 County Sturt

LOESSEL/LOSSEL/LÖSSEL, Heinrich Lutheran Minister North Adelaide 1866 Memorial 37/212

No 1

LOEWE/LOWE/LÖWE, Carl H baker Redruth 1895 Memorial 143/423

LOEWE/LOWE/LÖWE, Carl Heinrich baker Redruth and Mary Agnes Löwe his wife 1896 Memorial 172/428

LOEWE/LOWE/LÖWE, Carl Heinrich of Redruth and Mary Agnes Loewe his wife 1921 Memorial 73/483

No 1

LOEWE/LOWE/LÖWE, Wilhelm gentleman Kooringa 1851 Memorial 132/38, Application 132870

LOEWE/LOWE/LÖWE, Carl Wilhelm farmer Section 1589 Light River 1854 Memorial 341/69

LOEWE/LOWE/LÖWE, Wilhelm William baker Redruth 1856 Memorial 247/107

LOEWE/LOWE/LÖWE, William baker Burra, died c1858. Husband of Johanna Wilhelmine Charlotte Lowe Memorial 248/141

LOEWE/LOWE/LÖWE, Johanne Wilhelmine Charlotte baker Redruth 1861 also a widow by 1874. Wife of Wilhelm Löwe gentleman Kooringa in 1851 Application 132870

LOWE, Charlotte widow Redruth 1864 Memorial 29/193

LOEWE/LOWE/LÖWE, Johanne Wilhelmine Charlotte widow Redruth 1866. Relict of the late Carl Wilhelm Lowe farmer Light River 1854 Application 7171

LOEWE/LOWE/LÖWE, Georg Carl Theodor printer Tanunda 1874 Memorial 74/275

LOFTES, Clarence William Basil formerly civil aviator Cairns Qld but now secretary 6 Culross Ave, Fullarton changed his name to John Linton 1932 Memorial 117/505

No 1

LOFTES, Robert 20 farmer One Tree Hill (Father: William Loftes) married Elizabeth Ann WAREING 16 One Tree Hill (Father: William Wareing) on 4/3/1862 St George’s Gawler. Witnesses: Mary Ann HARVEY of Salisbury and William Loftes farmer One Tree Hill. Elizabeth Ann Loftes died 14/12/1865 of consumption, aged 19 years. William Henry WAREING publican Bagot Gap a brother to Elizabeth Ann Loftes 1867 Application 11586

LOFTES, Robert farmer One Tree Hill 1864[-1873] Enrolment 41/45, Application 12729

LOFTES, Robert farmer formerly of One Tree Hill but now of Prospect 1919 Memorial 21/478

No 1

LOFTES, William farmer Sources of the Little Para 1849[-1853] Memorial 223/19 Farmer Hundred of Munno Para 1850[-1857] Memorial 233/23

LOFTES, William publican One Tree Hill Hundred of Munno Para. Hundred of Munno Para land grant 1853 Grant Book 1 Page 87 County Adelaide

LOFTES, William farmer One Tree Hill 1855[-1861] Memorial 248/84

LOFTES, William 39 farmer One Tree Hill (Father: Robert Loftes) married 6/10/1859 Holy Trinity North Tce Adelaide, to Elizabeth WAREING 42 Bay Road (Father: John ATHEY). Witnesses Samuel NELSON gentleman Plympton and Anna Maria CRAWFORD Bay Road Application 11586

No 2

LOFTES, William farmer Coomooroo 1891 Memorial 40/408

LOFTES, William farmer Coomooroo 1895 Book 13 Page 265 County Dalhousie

LOGAN, Andrew labourer Evandale linked with John Logan farmer near Payneham 1891[-1901] Memorial 86/408

LOGAN, Ann widow Crafers linked with William Patrick Logan baker Crafers 1873 Memorial 233/268

LOGAN, Charles James labourer Terowie 1893 Memorial 75/417

No 1

LOGAN, George sawyer Little Para 1847 Memorial 463/88

LOGAN, George sawyer Glencoe Little Para Special Survey 1853 Memorial 403/59

LOGAN, George sawyer One Tree Hill 1853 Hundred of Para Wirra land grant Memorial 404/59

LOGAN, George farmer One Tree Hill in the Sources of the Little Para, died 1883 intestate. Letters of administration to Mary Ann Logan spinster Parkside to settle the estate Memorial 87/354

LOGAN, Hugh and John Franklin BARNEY manufacturers Adelaide 1879 Memorial 54/316

No 1

LOGAN, James of Adelaide 1842 Memorial 432/2

LOGAN, James formerly of Adelaide, but now sheep farmer Burra Creek 1848 Memorial 195/10 Sheep farmer Gunpowder Creek near Burra 1851[-1854] Memorial 382/28

LOGAN, James sheep farmer Gunpowder Creek 1855 Memorial 4/88

LOGAN, James sheepfarmer Gunpowder Creek. Hundred of Apoinga land grant 1855 Grant Book 8 Page 268 County Burra

LOGAN, James stockholder Gunpowder Creek 1859 Memorial 19/160

No 2

LOGAN, James formerly tanner 1846 then farmer Hindmarsh 1850 must have died by 1863. His wife, Christina Logan, had become Christina PRATT Application 4452

LOGAN, James tanner and currier Hindmarsh 1850[-1853] Memorial 269/21

LOGAN, James of Hindmarsh, a co-partner in the firm of DENCH & Co tanners Hindmarsh Memorial 83/50

LOGAN, James farmer Hindmarsh 1853[-1855] Memorial 320/57

LOGAN, James gentleman formerly of Hindmarsh 1855 Memorial 212/83

LOGAN, James farmer formerly of Hindmarsh but now of The Finniss 1857 Memorial 279/130

LOGAN, James farmer The Finniss and Christiana Logan his wife 1858 Memorial 135/138

No 3 - perhaps a continuation of No 2

LOGAN, James farmer Saddleworth [He owned land in Hindmarsh] 1853 Memorial 488/54

No 4

LOGAN, James publican Wheatsheaf Hotel, George St, Thebarton 1870 Application 26335

LOGAN, James licensed victualler Thebarton 1876 Application 15363

LOGAN, James brewer Thebarton 1917 Application 26598

No 5

LOGAN, James farmer Mt Templeton Hundred of Booleroo land grant 1882 Grant Book 24 Page 624 County Frome

No 1

LOGAN, John of Keyneton 1884 Memorial 4/363

No 2

LOGAN, John carter Payneham 1889 Memorial 53/397

LOGAN, John carter Payneham 1891 Memorial 85/408

LOGAN, John farmer Section 282 near Payneham linked with Andrew Logan labourer Evandale 1891[-1901] Memorial 86/408

LOGAN, John contractor Payneham 1923 Application 27197

No 3

LOGAN, John licensed victualler Macclesfield 1893 Memorial 227/416

No 1

LOGAN, John licensed victualler Kapunda 1874 Application 13802

LOGAN, John Richard licensed victualler Kapunda 1881[-1883] Memorial 181/333

LOGAN, Kenneth farmer Balaklava 1885 Memorial 118/367

LOGAN, Mary Ann spinster Parkside 1884 Application 20159

No 1

LOGAN, Richard labourer Adelaide 1837 Memorial 390/11

LOGAN, Richard farmer formerly of Adelaide but now of Willunga 1848[-1849] Memorial 228/12

LOGAN, Richard farmer Willunga 1850 Memorial 324/22. Is Logan St Adelaide named after him??

LOGAN, William shoemaker Adelaide 1854[-1860] Memorial 14/78

LOGAN, William farmer Bagot Well near Kapunda 1866 Memorial 9/212

No 1

LOGAN, William Patrick baker and licensed victualler Crafers 1875 Memorial 156/287

LOGAN, William Patrick licensed victualler Crafers 1880 Memorial 199/323

LOGAN, William Patrick formerly licensed victualler Crafers but now storekeeper Unley 1881 Memorial 79/333

LOGAN, William Patrick publican Crafers 1882 had business dealings with Johann Ferdinand Angus THIEL no description Application 19484

No 1

LOGUE, Edward brewer Kent Town 1860 Application 1031

LOGUE, Edward brewer Kent Town 1860[-1863] Memorial 138/169

LOGUE, Edward brewer Kent Town, died c1865. Life annuity to his wife, Sarah Logue, the Kent Town Brewery to his son, George Logue, once he turned 21, and land in Kent Town to his son, William Logue, once he turned 21 Memorial 157/204

No 1

LOGUE, George Edward clerk Adelaide, turned 21 on 10/8/1877 probably the son of Sarah Logue widow Adelaide 1877 and her late husband, Edward Logue formerly brewer Kent Town, who died 30/6/1865 Memorial 74/302

LOGUE, George Edward clerk Adelaide 1877 Application 16191

LOGUE, George of Norwood 1883 Application 20002

LOGUE, George Edward brewer’s clerk Kent Town 1884 Application 20069

LOGUE, George Edward brewer's clerk Kent Town 1884 Memorial 223/355

LOGUE, George Edward mercantile clerk Glenelg 1887 Memorial 34/388

No 1

LOGUE, William Henry clerk Adelaide born 23/7/1860, son of the late Edward Logue brewer Kent Town, who died 30/6/1865 and his wife, Sarah Logue widow Adelaide by 1882 Memorial 108/337

LOGUE, William Henry clerk Adelaide 1882 Application 18980

LOHMEYER, Julius civil engineer Adelaide 1892 Memorial 31/412

LOHRMANN, Carl Theodor auctioneer Yorketown 1890 Memorial 240/406

LOHRMANN, Leonard of Adelaide 1889 Memorial 169/399

LOHRMANN, Simon Carl carpenter North Adelaide 1853 Memorial 496/54

LOKAN, Elisabeth widow Dry Creek 1868 Memorial 210/235

LOKAN, John, LOKAN, Sidney William and LOKAN, Percival Robert farmers Tea Tree Gully 1921 Application 27002

No 1

LOKAN, Martin farmer Modbury 1876 Memorial 86/293

LOKAN, Martin of Modbury 1876 Application 15370

LOKAN, Martin and James farmers Modbury 1889 Application 21646

LOKAN, Matthias farmer Dry Creek 1861[-1867] Memorial 93/182

LOKAN, Mervyn Charles carrier Tailem Bend, aged 51 years in 1962, a member of the Meningie District Council Application 29465

No 1

LOKAN, Wilhelm farmer Tea Tree Gully 1886 Memorial 134/379

LOKAN, Wilhelm William farmer Modbury 1895 Memorial 74/426

LOKAN, William Henry farmer Modbury 1928 Application 27693

LOLLER, James farmer Ardrossan 1884 Memorial 224/359

No 1

LOLLER, John farmer Gawler 1850 Memorial 344/20

LOLLER, John farmer Cockatoo Valley 1856 Memorial 302/97

LOLLER, John farmer Roseworthy Hundred of Moorooroo land grant 1860 Grant Book 44 Page 287 County Light

LOLLER, John of near Gawler 1861 Memorial 307/175

LOLLER, John farmer Gum Grove Farm near Gawler 1862 Memorial 285/181

LOLLER, John farmer near Gawler 1862 Memorial 6/297

LOLLER, John farmer near Roseworthy 1864 Application 5844

No 1

LOLLER, Thomas farmer Lower Light Hundred of Dublin land grant 1882 Grant Book 26 Page 350 County Gawler

LOLLER, Thomas publican Redbanks 1883 Application 27092

LOLLER, Tom labourer Kadina. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1904 Grant Book 14 Page 96 County Daly

No 1

LOMAS, John Benedict yeoman formerly of Adelaide but now of Section 84 District B 1841 Application 17130

LOMAS, John Benedict yeoman Section 84 District B 1843 Memorial 190/21 Now yeoman Sturt River 1847 Memorial 192/21

LOMAS, John Benedict yeoman formerly of Section 84 and the Sturt River but now of Adelaide 1850 Memorial 192/21

No 1

LOMAS, William currier and tanner Adelaide 1839. He was still in Adelaide in 1840, but not prospering apparently Application 8188

LOMAS, William currier and farmer Adelaide 1840 Application 8188

No 1

LOMAX, George salesman Pt Lincoln 1938 Memorial 150/512

LOMAX, George salesman Pt Lincoln 1938 Application 28164

No 1

LOMAX, John Esquire Adelaide 1850[-1854]. He sub-divided Section 1056 beside the coast Hundred of Pt Adelaide. Township called Clairville 1854 Enrolment 44/22

LOMAX, John accountant North Adelaide 1852[-1854] Memorial 71/39

LOMAX, John gentleman Adelaide about to leave the said province 1855 Memorial 157/88

LOMAX, John gentleman Adelaide, about to leave the province, power of attorney to John Newman Otway CAVE merchant Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 5/1/1855. Did J Lomax lay out Clairville, Section 1056, Hundred of Pt Adelaide? Deposit 402/1855

LOMAX, Thomas E garage proprietor Lord St, Robe 1946 Application 28463

LOMBLADT, August farmer near Hahndorf. Member St John German Protestant Church Hahndorf 1859 Memorial 301/153

LOMBLADT, Friedrich Theodor farmer Price 1888 Memorial 160/394

LOMBLADT, Louis farmer Freeling Hundred of Melville land grant 1877 Grant Book 19 Page 79 County Fergusson

LOMBLADT, Louis Wilhelm farmer Hundred of Cunningham 1886 Memorial 56/375

LOMBLADT, Theodor Friedrich Wilhelm farmer Cunningham Price township allotment land grant 1882 Grant Book 20 Page 24 County Fergusson

LOMMAN, Albert labourer Copperhouse near Kooringa 1920[-1941] Memorial 182/479

LOMMAN, Alfred labourer Sancreed St, Burra linked with William Henry Lomman woodmerchant Burra North 1948 Memorial 98/523

No 1

LOMMAN, Charles sheep farmer Mt Bryan East 1930 Application 27856

LOMMAN, Charles sheepfarmer Mt Bryan East and Violet Preece Lomman his wife 1930 Memorial 150/503

LOMMAN, Charles grazier Mt Bryan East 1933 Memorial 98/507

LOMMAN, Charles formerly of Hampton, Aberdeen and Mt Bryan East but now of Penwortham, and Violet Preece Lomman his wife 1954 Memorial 19/529

LOMMAN, Frank grocer Kensington 1920 Application 26860

No 1

LOMMAN, Henry farmer Torrens River 1850[-1854] Memorial 378/20

LOMMAN, Henry yeoman Newenham on the Torrens 1855 Memorial 289/82

LOMMAN, Henry farmer Thorndon Park 1859 Memorial 164/152

LOMMAN, Henry farmer Thorndon Park linked with James Strong Lomman farmer The Torrens River 1861 Memorial 307/175

LOMMAN, Henry farmer Thorndon Park 1862 Memorial 6/297

LOMMAN, Henry farmer Fourth Creek 1864 Application 5844

LOMMAN, Henry now in the Lunatic Asylum 1883 Application 19616

LOMMAN, Henry farmer Thorndon Park, died 3/12/1900 Parkside Lunatic Asylum, where he had been kept since at least the early 1880s. He left his estate to his children as tenants-in-common, provided they kept their mother, Martha Lomman, with food, clothing and lodging for the rest of her life. However, Martha Lomman died in August 1897 before her husband. Two Lomman sons, James Strong Lomman (died 14/1/1862 Paradise, of measles, aged 21) and William Lomman (died 24/5/1877 Caltowie) as bachelors, intestate and without surviving descendants. There also appeared to be other sons - Joseph Lomman, Thomas Henry Lomman and Harry Lomman. They, with the daughters, inherited their father's estate - Eliza Ann Lomman (married Henry BRADSHAW 25 labourer Campbelltown Father: George Bradshaw on 21/12/1864 St George's Magill) Hannah Maria Lomman (married John AUSTIN 23 labourer Athelstone Father: Joseph Austin on 3/4/1866 Holy Trinity North Tce, Adelaide), Martha Ann Lomman (married John HEADING 22 labourer Campbelltown Father; William Heading on 18/2/1868 St George's Magill), Louisa Lomman (married [1] George Edmund BILNEY 28 gardener Athelstone Father; Mark Bilney on 21/12/1876 Bilney home Athelstone; m [2] Michael DRISCOLL 30 blacksmith Dublin Father: William Driscoll on 2/5/1883 Gawler Presbyterian Manse, when Louisa Bilney lived at Redbanks) Application 27092

LOMMAN, Henry farmer Thorndon Park, died 3/12/1900. His wife, Martha Lomman, had already died. Their family as of 1901 - Eliza Ann BRATCHELL wife of Henry Bratchell labourer Campbelltown, Hannah Maria AUSTIN wife of John Austin labourer Paradise, Joseph Lomman farmer Pt Wakefield, Thomas Henry Lomman labourer Walkerville, Martha Ann HEADING wife of John Heading gardener Campbelltown, Louisa DRISCOLL wife of Henry Driscoll blacksmith Dublin, Harry Lomman butcher Semaphore Memorial 102/443

LOMMAN, Henry farmer formerly of Thorndon Park 1859 but then of Parkside, died 3/12/1900 Memorial 62/488

No 1

LOMMAN, John farmer Havering Farm near Adelaide 1853 Memorial 195/58

LOMMAN, John yeoman Newenham on the Torrens 1855 Memorial 291/82

LOMMAN, John licensed victualler Newenham on the Torrens 1856 Memorial 30/97

LOMMAN, John farmer Shipley on the Torrens 1857 Memorial 253/115

LOMMAN, John farmer Havering Farm near Paradise 1865 Memorial 318/204

LOMMAN, John farmer Newenham on the Torrens 1867 Memorial 121/224

No 2

LOMMAN, John of Mongolata linked with Joshua Lomman farmer Mongolata 1887 Memorial 168/385

No 1 - perhaps the same person

LOMMAN, Joshua farmer Mt Bryan. Kooringa Primitive Methodist Chapel trustee 1886 Memorial 5/383

LOMMAN, Joshua forest gardener Wirrabara 1890 Memorial 136/402

LOMMAN, Maria Jane married woman Payneham 1917 Application 26633

No 1

LOMMAN, Matthew farmer Tiparra. Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1885 Grant Book 14 Page 420 County Daly

LOMMAN, Matthew farmer Snowtown Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1887 Grant Book 14 Page 423 County Daly

LOMMAN, Matthew farmer Sunnyvale near Moonta 1920 Memorial 83/480

No 1

LOMMAN , Samuel driver Amherst Ave towship not stated 1920 Memorial 117/481

LOMMAN, Samuel driver 3 Amhurst Ave, North Norwood, died 28/7/1932. Father of Henry Lomman fish salesman Arthur St, Payneham. Brother of Joshua Lomman out of business 15 Opey Ave, Unley Memorial 184/505

No 1

LOMMAN, Tom contractor Copperhouse near Kooringa 1907 Memorial 226/457

LOMMAN, Thomas contractor Copperhouse near Kooringa 1911 Memorial 249/464

LOMMAN, Tom labourer Copperhouse near Kooringa, died 27/4/1922. Husband of Margaret Jane Lomman. Father of Albert and William Arthur Thomas Lomman labourers Copperhouse. Margaret Jane Lomman widow Copperhouse, died 19/4/1941 of 14 days' broncho-pneumonia, aged 81. Born Stone Gap near Burra. Married at 22. 4 sons and 4 daughters living Memorials 122 & 123/515

No 1

LOMMAN, William Arthur retired Burra, aged 71 in 1954, declared that he had lived in Copperhouse all his life until he moved to Burra in 1952 Application 29082

LOMMAN, William Arthur Thomas formerly of Copperhouse now retired Burra 1957, declared that he had lived at Copperhouse all his life until he shifted to Burra 4 years ago Application 29256

No 1

LOMMAN, William Henry labourer Mongolata. Mt Bryan (Hundred of Kingston) township allotment land grant 1913 Grant Book 9 Page 211 County Burra

LOMMAN, William Henry station manager Mongolata 1913[-1918] Memorial 198/468

LOMMAN, William Henry woodmerchant North Burra (formerly Aberdeen) 1942 Memorial 76/516

LONDON, Arthur Harold Stephen grazier Williamstown 1953 Memorial 164/528

LONDON, James gentleman Oakbank 1889 Application 21544

No 1

LONDON, William Sydney shoemaker Angaston 1855[-1861] Memorial 447/95, Application 2045

LONDON, William Sydney shoemaker near Moonta Mine Yorke Peninsula 1863 Memorial 344/187

LONDRIGAN, John blacksmith Adelaide 1855 Memorial 219/93

LONERGAN, John sheep farmer Jundah Blackall Qld 1879 Memorial 216/312

No 1 – Timothy Cornelius Lonergan

LONERGAN, Timothy draper Adelaide about to marry Mary Ann LOGAN daughter of Richard Logan farmer Yankalilla 1867 Memorial 171/226

LONERGAN, Mary Ann wife of Timothy Lonergan of Willunga, all her estate to her father, Richard LOGAN farmer Willunga, apart from £600 to her husband. Husband and father to be executors of the will 1868 Deposit 213/1868

LONERGAN, Timothy draper Adelaide 1873 Memorial 36/270

LONERGAN, Timothy Cornelius draper Adelaide 1875 Grant Book 13 Page 10 County Dalhousie

LONERGAN, Timothy Cornelius draper Adelaide Halbury (Hundred of Hall) township allotment land grant 1875 Grant Book 56 Page 384 County Stanley

LONERGAN, Timothy draper Glenelg 1878[-1880] Memorial 166/317

LONEY, George Francis Union Bank of Australia Ltd inspector Adelaide (59 King William St) 1944 Memorial 142/518

No 1

LONG, Alexander Wearing gentleman Adelaide 1839 Memorial 62/48

LONG, Alexander Wearing Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now of Morphett Vale 1842 Application 24717

LONG, Alexander Wearing farmer Morphett Vale 1842 Application 2020

LONG, Alexander Wearing Esquire Morphett Vale 1843 Memorial 474/48 Now of Kendal, England 1850[-1851] Memorial 153/23

No 1

LONG, Alfred John builder Sefton Park. Prospect Methodist Church trustee 1930 Memorial 30/503

LONG, Alfred John builder Sefton Park. Enfield Methodist Church trustee 1930 Application 27786

LONG, Archibald William Ronald gardener Jervois West 1948 Application 28606

No 1

LONG, Benjamin and James, and Matthew TRUMAN sawyers North Adelaide 1853[-1854] Section 4096 Hundred of Onkaparinga land grant 5/8/1853 Memorial 352/56

LONG, Benjamin sawyer formerly of North Adelaide 1854 Memorial 324/70

LONG, Benjamin and James now residing at the Onkaparinga River in the Hundred of Onkaparinga 1854 Memorial 136/76

LONG, Benjamin labourer Blakiston 1855 Memorial 156/90

No 1

LONG, Catherine widow Peachey Belt linked with William Long farmer Peachey Belt 1861 Memorial 331/173

LONG, Catherine widow formerly of Peachey Belt 1861 but now of Unley 1872. Linked with William Long farmer Peachey Belt in 1861 Application 11870

LONG, Catherine widow North Adelaide 1879 Memorial 86/314

No 1

LONG, Charles clerk to Messrs REYNELL & WINECKE solicitors Adelaide 1876 Memorial 14/294

LONG, Charles land agent Adelaide 1879 Memorial 9/315

LONG, Charles auctioneer Adelaide (King William St) 1882 Memorial 70/338

LONG, Charles of Adelaide 1884 Memorial 169/358

LONG, Charles agent and auctioneer Adelaide 1886 Memorials 172/376 & 236/376

LONG, Charlotte storekeeper Pt Elliot 1895[-1913] Memorial 58/425

No 1

LONG, George farmer Peachey Belt 1865[-1871] Memorial 194/205

LONG, George farmer Gawler Plains 1869 son of the late Thomas Long farmer Willow Grove Gawler Plains. George Long also had a sister called Ann Long. Also brother Henry Long farmer near Stockport and another sister Eliza Long of no description Applications 9672 & 7691

No 2

LONG, George licensed victualler Goolwa 1872 Memorial 240/262

No 1 - perhaps the same person

LONG, Henry farmer Dry Creek Co Hundred of Gilbert Co Light. Executor for the will of John DOUGALL farmer Sections 310, 311 near Stockport Hundred of Gilbert Co Light 1868 Memorial 93/241

LONG, Henry farmer Tarlee 1894 Memorial 188/421

FIND CHECK RUN

LONG, Henry farmer Napperby Co Victoria. Hundred of Pichi Richi land grant 1885 Grant Book 49 Page 29 County Newcastle

LONG, Honora widow licensed victualler Adelaide (Supreme Court Hotel Gouger St) 1879 Memorial 61/316

LONG, Hugh miner Montacute Mine 1850 Memorial 174/27

No 1

LONG, James farmer Willunga 1847 Memorial 68/12

LONG, James farmer [formerly of Willunga but now of] Noarlunga and Eliza Long his wife 1853 Memorial 282/54

LONG, James farmer Noarlunga 1859, died c1863. He left his wife, Eliza Long, some of his real estate absolutely, while the remainder of the real estate went into trust to provide her an income during her widowhood; then some of that real estate to his sons, Henry and John, absolutely in remainder expectant. The remainder of the real estate to be sold and the trustees to share the proceeds equally amongst all the children of the late James Long absolutely Memorial 199/229

LONG, James the Elder farmer Noarlunga, died 9/12/1863, accidental drowning, age 48. His wife Eliza Long, widow Reynella, died 15/6/1881. Estate worth £30. Application 18928

LONG, James the Elder farmer Noarlunga, died 9/12/1863. His widow, Eliza Long, died 15/6/1881 Reynella. By 1883, the family was disposed as follows: Ann Eliza MUDGE wife of William Mudge farmer Baroota; Elizabeth SHERRIFF wife of John Sherriff farmer Baroota, Harriet BALDOCK wife of Charles Baldock farmer Morphett Vale, Sarah Long spinster Morphett Vale and James Long formerly the Younger farmer Noarlunga. The family sold off some of the farm land at a public auction held in the Commercial Hall of STUART's United Service Club Hotel on 14/2/1883 Memorial 101/349

LONG, James the Elder married Eliza OFFER 9/3/1836 Tilshead parish church Wilts, England. They emigrated to SA c1838, 1st labourer Adelaide, and eventually settled at Noarlunga. James Long farmer Noarlunga, died 9/12/1863. He left his real estate to his wife, Eliza Long, in trust for life, then to his children absolutely in remainder expectant. Attended St John’ s Halifax St, Adelaide during the 1840s. A child called Luke Long died on the voyage to SA, aged about a year old. Next child - Ann Eliza Long born 8/6/1839 Adelaide married William MUDGE. Henry Long born 30/6/1841 Gilles St, Adelaide (Father labourer), died unmarried and intestate 19/2/1867 Noarlunga, of diabetes, aged 25. His brother and heir at law, John Long, born 7/7/1843 Kendall Farm Tapley Hill, died 12/9/1868 Adelaide Hospital, labourer of Noarlunga, of typhoid fever, aged 25. Sister Elizabeth Long, born 14/10/1845 Willunga, married John SHERIFF. Brother James Long Junr born 4/4/1847 place not stated. Sister Harriet Long born 7/1/1851 Little Para River married Charles BALDOCK. Sister Sarah Long born 5/4/1853 still a spinster in 1883. Eliza Long widow Reynella, died 15/6/1881, of general debility and dropsy, aged 71. James CLARK merchant and JP Noarlunga, an executor of the will of James Long the Elder, gave this information 1883. These friends met in 1842 Application 19892

LONG, Eliza widow Reynella, died 15/6/1881, of general debility and dropsy, aged 71 Application 21820

LONG, Eliza widow Noarlunga, died 15/6/1881. She left 4 daughters still living; 3 survived by 1890 - Sarah SHERRIFF wife of William Sherriff farmer Warracknabeal Vic, Elizabeth Sherriff wife of John Sherriff farmer Baroota, Ann Eliza MUDGE wife of William Mudge farmer Baroota. The eldest daughter, Harriet BALDOCK wife of Charles Baldock dealer Noarlunga, had died 6/9/1883. A son, John Long, had also died. Another son, James Long [formerly the Younger], was a farmer at Warracknabeal Vic Memorial 126/402

LONG, James formerly the Younger farmer Noarlunga and LONG, Sarah spinster Noarlunga 1881 Application 18928

LONG, James [formerly the Younger] farmer formerly of Noarlunga now about to live in Warracknabeal Vic 1890 Application 21820

No 2

LONG, James headsman and mariner Encounter Bay 1852 Memorial 308/42

LONG, James labourer Encounter Bay 1854 Memorial 427/71

No 3

LONG, James mariner Pt Adelaide 1853 Memorial 368/50

No 4

LONG, James builder Adelaide 1855[-1856] Memorial 122/90

LONG, James storekeeper Adelaide (Hindley St) 1856[-1857] Memorial 318/101

LONG, James storekeeper Plympton 1861 Application 2332.

LONG, James storekeeper Bay Road 1867 Application 8355.

LONG, James carpenter Bay Road 1873 Memorial 147/267

LONG, James gentleman Bay Road, died 5/8/1879 Memorial 145/319

LONG, John William farmer Gawler Plains 1851 Memorial 14/35

LONG, Joseph of Gilbert St, Adelaide 1845 Memorial 260/5

LONG, Mary Jane spinster Doughty Creek near Mt Remarkable 1871 Memorial 72/255

No 1

LONG, Michael of Tiparra 1887 Memorial 114/385

LONG, Michael farmer Weetulta Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1903 Grant Book 14 Page 425 County Daly

No 1

LONG, Richard farmer Mt Gambier Hundred of Hindmarsh land grant 1880 Grant Book 30 Page 200 Count

LONG, Richard farmer Tantanoola, had died by 1904. Executors – Mary Long widow Tantanoola and Benjamin DAVIS farmer OB Flat Grant Book 30 Page 13` County Grey

No 1

LONG, Robert yeoman Mt Gambier 1860 Memorial 126/164

LONG, Robert innkeeper Mt Gambier and Jane Long his wife 1861 Memorial 54/173

LONG, Robert licensed victualler Mt Gambier 1864[-1868] Memorial 328/199

LONG, Robert licensed victualler Mt Gambier, died 1869. He bequeathed his estate according to his will to the following people; his wife Jane Long, his mother Elizabeth Long, his adopted daughter Marcelina Sophia WALLACE, his brothers John Long, William Long, Thomas Long and George Long, his wife's brothers, Isaac Wallace and Frank Wallace Memorial 42/281

LONG, Robert licensed victualler Mt Gambier, died 28/11/1869, of locomotor haxia, aged 49. His widow, Jane Long, died 26/11/1874, of inflammation of the mucous membrane of the stomach, produced by instant poison, supposed to be alcohol, and accelerated by want of attention (coroner's verdict) Application 24100.

LONG, Elizabeth Marian widow of William Long OB Flat [apparently brother to Robert Long licensed victualler Mt Gambier], died 12/9/1870, of epilepsy, aged 76 Application 24100

No 1

LONG, Robert Fitzallen carrier Woodville 1877 Memorial 136/298

LONG, Robert Fitzallen licensed victualler The British Hotel, Pt Adelaide 1883[-1884] Memorial 135/350

LONG, Robert Fitzallen gentleman Adelaide and Helena Margaret Long his wife 1888[-1891] Memorial 60/394

LONG, Samuel shoemaker Saddleworth 1855 Memorial 304/93

No 1

LONG, Thomas farmer Dry Creek 1849 Memorial 453/20

LONG, Thomas farmer Gawler Plains 1851 Memorial 234/41

LONG, Thomas farmer Willow Grove Gawler Plains 1856 Memorial 52/99 Hundred of Gilbert land grant 1855 Memorial 211/103

LONG, Thomas farmer Willow Grove Gawler Plains, died c1860. He left certain real estate to his wife, Catherine Long, in trust for her lifetime, then to his two daughters, Frances Long and Sarah Ann Long, equally absolutely in remainder expectant. Each of his sons, William Long, Henry Long and George Long, to receive real estate 'situate in the Dry Creek near the Gilbert' as they turned 21. They each had to pay £200 to provide for their sisters Catherine Long, Eliza Long and Ann Long. His wife to see that his personal estate was divided equally amongst the children after her death. Executors and trustees: Edwin Bennet EDGECOMBE farmer Gawler River and William WINGATE farmer Gawler River Memorial 48/163

LONG, Thomas married Catherine POWELL 3/4/1837 Tulla, Co Clare, Ireland. The eldest child was William Long storekeeper Stockport 1868, born 24/3/1838 Burrisokane, Co Tipperary, Ireland. Eliza SMITH 55 in 1868 wife of Benjamin Smith farmer Stockport knew the family well, and had been present at the Thomas Long wedding in Ireland. Was she a relative?? Thomas Long farmer Willow Grove Gawler Plains, died 5/3/1860. He left his personal estate to his wife to share out amongst the family. The widow to get Sections 4069, 4070, 4071 (240 acres) in trust for life, then to their daughters Francesand Sarah Ann Long absolutely in remainder expectant. Son William Long to get Sections 4109 and 4110 (238 acres) Gawler Plains when he turned 21, provided he pay his sister, Catherine Long, £200 when she turned 21. Son Henry to get Sections 308, 309 (330 acres) when he turned 21, provided he pay his sister Eliza Long £200 when she turned 21. Son George to get Sections 4073, 3900 (161 acres) when he turned 21, provided he pay his sister Ann £200 when she turned 21. Daughter Susan to get Section 304 (79 acres) on the Dry Creek near the Gilbert when she turned 21. Executors: Edwin Bennet EDGECUMBE and William WINGATE farmers Gawler River. Application 9115.

LONG, Thomas farmer Willow Grove Gawler Plains, died c1860. His widow, Catherine Long 64 of North Adelaide (Father: Henry POWELL) remarried to James WAY 76 widower North Adelaide (Father: John Way) on 15/7/1880 Avoca Cottage, Buxton St, North Adelaide. Minister: James ROBERTS. Witnesses: William DIMENT landowner North Adelaide and Kate PATTERSON of Adelaide. Catherine Way widow of the late James Way Minister of the Gospel Buxton St, North Adelaide, died 27/12/1894 Semaphore, of morbus cordis, aged 78. One of Thomas and Catherine Long's daughters Frances 24 spinster North Adelaide, married William James THREADGOLD 29 widower draftsman Norwood (Father: William Threadgold) on 27/2/1878 Catherine Long's home North Adelaide. Minister: JA BURNS. Witnesses: FJ BEACH confectioner Prospect, Sarah Long of North Adelaide, and Frederick KD Beach confectioner Prospect. WJ Threadgold died. Frances Threadgod 38 widow Adelaide (Father: Thomas Long) remarried to John ROCK 48 widower saddler Quorn (Father: Joseph Rock) on 31/8/1891 FJ Beach residence Fitzroy North Adeaide. Minister: WH CANN. Witnesses: JB WILSON apprentice ironmonger Rose Park and Francis S PRIOR commercial traveller Victoria. The Longs' youngest child, Sarah Ann Long 22 spinster Adelaide (Father: Thomas Long) married Frederick James BEACH 23 bachelor confectioner Adelaide (Father: Frederick Dewe Beach) on 1/5/1878 Mrs C Long's home Buxton St, North Adelaide. Minister: James WAY. Witnesses: SJ Way Chief Justice and Administrator of the Govt; FD Beach confectioner Prospect; S Beach ironmonge Prospect; WJ THREADGOLD draftsman North Adelaide; K PATTERSON of Angle Vale. Eliza MATHEWS wife of George Mathews storeman Hindmarsh 1905 was another daughter Application 25095

No 2 - according to the will, this appears to be the same Thomas Long as No 1 - he bought land along the Gilbert and Light Rivers [did he live there for a time?]

LONG, Thomas farmer Dry Creek 1852[-1855] Memorial 420/44

LONG, Thomas farmer Light River 1853 Enrolment 34/36

LONG, Thomas farmer Light River 1853[-1858] Memorial 447/53

No 3

LONG, Thomas stone mason Mt Remarkable 1857 Memorial 48/117

LONG, Thomas stone mason Yellowman Creek Hundred of Wongarra Co Frome, died 1865. He left his entire estate in trust to his wife, Jane Long, for life, then to her surviving children in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant Memorial 143/207

LONG, Thomas died before 1870. His widow Jane Long lived at Doughboy Creek near Mt Remarkable in 1870. Parents of Annie CAMERON wife of George Cameron farmer Doughboy Creek near Mt Remarkable, and Mary Jane Long spinster Doughboy Creek near Mt Remarkable Memorial 66/250

LONG, Jane widow Doughboy Creek near Mt Remarkable relict of the late Thomas Long now deceased and mother of Annie CAMERON (wife of George Cameron farmer Doughboy Creek) and Mary Jane Long spinster Doughboy Creek 1870 Memorial 66/250

LONG, Jane widow Melrose Hundred of Appila land grant 1880 Grant Book 24 Page 500 County Frome

LONG, Sarah spinster Laura Hundred of Willochra land grant 1882 Grant Book 24 Page 547 County Frome

LONG, Thomas Sydney agent Adelaide 1882 Memorial 53/346

No 1

LONG, Walter carpenter and joiner Yankalilla 1856 Memorial 187/97

LONG, Walter carpenter Yankalilla 1857 Memorial 219/125

LONG, Walter carpenter and joiner Yankalilla 1862 Application 3159

No 1

LONG, William carpenter Norwood 1853 Memorial 407/60

No 2

LONG, William the Elder farmer Skillogolee Creek 1856 Memorial 24/106

No 3

LONG, William stockholder Bangor 1858 Memorial 167/140

LONG, William farmer Mt Remarkable Hundred of Wongyarra land grant 1859 Grant Book 23 Page 50 County Frome

LONG, William [formerly of Bangor but now] farmer Mt Remarkable 1867[-1868] Memorials 51/236 & 163/237

No 4

LONG, William storekeeper Stockport on the Gilbert 1863[-1871] Memorial 84/192

LONG, William farmer formerly of Peachey Belt but now of Stockport on the Gilbert 1865 Memorial 178/203

LONG, William formerly farmer Peachey Belt but now storekeeper Stockport on the Gilbert 1867[-1889] Memorial 205/218

LONG, William storekeeper Stockport 1865 Application 6756

LONG, Eva Matilda daughter of William Long storekeeper Stockport on the Gilbert, died 1/1/1881 Gawler, of double pneumonia, aged 14 years Application 23583

LONG, William farmer formerly of Peachey Belt, but now of Bublacowie 1889 Application 21738.

No 5 - likely to be the same person

LONG, William farmer Gum Flat Minlaton township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 19 Page 196 County Fergusson

LONG, William farmer Minlaton Hundred of Minlacowie land grant 1877[-1878] Grant Book 19 Page 253 County Fergusson

LONG, William farmer Minlacowie trustee Institute Minlaton Minlaton township allotment land grant 1889 Grant Book 19 Page 200 County Fergusson

LONG, William Chairman Minlaton District Council 1892 Memorial 44/414

LONG, William miller Minlaton 1897 Memorial 112/430

LONG, William farmer Minlaton, had died by 1904. Executrix – Eliza WILSON widow Hindmarsh Grant Book 19 Page 150 County Fergusson

LONG, William Francis baker Adelaide (Hindley St) 1855[-1862] Memorial 287/91

LONG, William Garland and Robert Edward HOWIE drapers Adelaide (Hindley St) 1888 Memorial 149/395

No 1

LONG, William George farmer Skillogolee Creek 1873 probably linked with LONG, William Poole farmer near Auburn 1878 Application 16928

LONG, William George farmer Skillogolee Creek 1873 probably linked with LONG, William Poole farmer near Auburn 1878 Application 16928.

No 1

LONG, William Poole farmer Upper Wakefield 1869 Application 9854

LONG, William Poole farmer Skillogolee Creek Lower Wakefield 1877 Application 16148

LONG, William Poole farmer Skillogolee Creek 1854[-1856] Memorial 297/73

No 1

LONGBOTHAM, Charles storekeeper Coomooroo 1893 Memorial 176/418

LONGBOTHAM, Charles storekeeper Morchard 1894 Memorial 2/422

No 1

LONGBOTHAM, Josephus storekeeper Houghton 1856 Memorial 355/98

LONGBOTHAM, Josephus gentleman Rosebery near Walkerville, died 1888. Father of Ellen THOMAS widow, Emily MCEWIN wife of Robert McEwin manufacturer Glen Ewin, Charles Longbotham storekeeper Morchard near Orroroo and Walter Longbotham no description. Father-in-law of Elizabeth Longbotham widow and Mary Longbotham wife of his son Walter Longbotham Memorial 168/392

LONGBOTTOM, Arthur farmer Willunga 1898 Application 23620

No 1

LONGBOTTOM, David farmer Belalie 1872 Memorial 247/270

LONGBOTTOM, David farmer Belalie 1883 Application 19863

LONGBOTTOM, David farmer Auburn Co Stanley. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 119 County Victoria

LONGBOTTOM, David of Belalie. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1877 Grant Book 60 Page 127 County Victoria

LONGBOTTOM, Elizabeth Jane widow 184 Main North Rd, Prospect 1942 Application 28334

No 1

LONGBOTTOM, Henry stonemason Adelaide 1857[-1864] Memorial 110/116

LONGBOTTOM, Henry 23 mason Huddersfield married Sarah Benn ROWE 21 spinster Huddersfield Huddersfield Parish Church, Yorks, England. The Longbottoms emigrated to SA. Henry Longbottom stonemason Parkside, died 1/2/1859 intestate, of cynanche tonsillaris, aged 31. His eldest son, John Longbottom, born 25/8/1857 Adelaide, inherited as heir at law. Sarah Longbottom remarried to William BATH storekeeper Parkside. John Longbottom was a Parkside storekeeper in 1878 Application 16995

LONGBOTTOM, Thomas retired farmer Riverton. Riverton Methodist Church trustee 1926 Memorial 176/494

No 1

LONGBOTTOM, William Wesleyan minister Adelaide 1847 Memorial 413/9

LONGBOTTOM, Elizabeth relict of the late Rev'd William Longbottom, died 8/10/1872 Magill, aged 76. Her family by 1909 included Christina Longbottom wife of William Longbottom merchant Magill; William Eagland Longbottom merchant Adelaide, Arthur Longbottom farmer Willunga, Elsie Kirkham VANDRY/VAUDRY wife of Thomas William Vandrey solicitor Willunga; and Alice LOWRIE wife of William Lowrie Professor of Agriculture Perth WA Application 25627

No 2 FIND - children of Elizabeth Longbottom

LONGBOTTOM, William merchant Adelaide 1854[-1857] Memorial 454/67

LONGBOTTOM, William Esquire Home Park near Adelaide 1860 Memorial 61/166

LONGBOTTOM, William merchant Adelaide son of Elizabeth Longbottom widow, and husband of Christina Longbottom 1858 Memorial 261/167

LONGBOTTOM, William gentleman Home Park Magill 1861 Application 2512

LONGBOTTOM, William importer Adelaide 1877 Application 15756

LONGBOTTOM, William merchant Adelaide 1880 Memorial 175/324

LONGBOTTOM, William gentleman Home Park near Adelaide 1887 Memorial 191/386

LONGBOTTOM, William and Christina no description had 4 children. William Eagland Longbottom merchant Adelaide husband of Laura Matilda Longbottom was one of these children 1898 Memorial 157/435

LONGBOTTOM, William gentleman Magill 1891. Trustee Wesleyan Methodist Chapel Magill Application 22095

No 3

LONGBOTTOM, William of Magill linked with Christina Longbottom of Home Park, Magill linked with Arthur Longbottom student Magill 1886 Memorial 84/406

LONGBOTTOM, William Archer farmer Callington on the Bremer 1919 Memorial 181/478

No 1

LONGBOTTOM, WE merchant Adelaide (Currie St) 1889 Memorial 191/397

LONGBOTTOM, William Eagland merchant Adelaide 1899 Memorial 97/439

LONGDIN, John carpenter Yankalilla 1861[-1862] Memorial 222/179 Loyal Yankalilla Oddfellow Lodge trustee 1862 Memorial 341/186

No 1

LONGE, William yeoman Norwood 1852[-1854] Memorial 436/41

LONGE, William carpenter Norwood 1853 Memorial 27/54

LONGE, Susan widow Norwood 1859 Memorial 139/151

LONGE, Susan widow formerly of Norwood but now of North Adelaide 1863 Application 4310

LONGE, Susanne widow formerly of Adelaide but now of Sydney NSW 1864 Memorial 68/199

No 1

LONGFORD, John farmer Reedbeds 1848 Memorial 253/11

LONGFORD, John farmer Cowandilla 1851 Memorial 382/29

LONGFORD, John farmer Reedbeds 1848 Farmer Cowandilla 1851

Application 15983

LONGFORD, Richard cabinetmaker Upper Wakefield 1882 Application 19509

No 1

LONGFORD, Thomas saddler and harness maker Morphett Vale 1850 Memorial 361/27

LONGFORD, Thomas saddler and harness maker Morphett Vale left SA shortly after he signed an agreement with William Davidson SANDERSON later storekeeper Lacepede Bay, on 29/12/1851. Application 3725

No 1

LONGHURST, John teamster Melrose Mt Remarkable 1868 Memorial 46/232

LONGHURST, John teamster Melrose 1868[-1896] Memorial 46/232

LONGHURST, John licensed victualler Melrose 1873 Memorial 123/268

LONGHURST, John teamster Melrose 1901 Memorial 82/444

LONGHURST, John the Elder formerly teamster but then out of business Melrose, died 17/11/ 1906 intestate Memorial 150/528

LONGLEY, Henry Leigh farmer Pt Elliot declared insolvent 1853 Memorial 407/55

LONGMIRE, Frances Ann spinster Collinsfield 1895 Memorial 250/423

No 1

LONGMIRE, Hiram of Kybunga Co Stanley 1895 Memorial 224/424

LONGMIRE, Hiram farmer Kybunga Hundred of Blyth land grant 1896 Grant Book 56 Page 367 County Stanley

LONGMIRE, Malcolm Shaw farmer Kensington Gardens 1918[-1919] Memorial 170/477

LONGMIRE, Walter farmer Hundred of Yapara 1885 Memorial 58/372

LONGMIRE, Walter Whilden farmer Koolunga 1898 Memorial 120/436

LONGMUIR, Alexander bricklayer Adelaide (272 Franklin St) gave up his infant daughter, Dorothy Longmuir, born 28/2/1921, for adoption to Norman Holehouse EDWARDS schoolteacher Pt Pirie and Ellen Edwards his wife Memorial 193/482

LONGSON, Henry law clerk to Messrs BRAY & HACKETT solicitors Adelaide 1888 Memorial 131/389

LONGSON, MW clerk Pt Pirie 1893 Memorial 190/417

LONGSON, WW accountant Pt Pirie 1894 Memorial 229/420

No 1

LONGSTAFF, Richard engine driver 28 George St, Cheltenham and Janet Morrison Longstaff his wife linked with Ann Elizabeth Isabella Longstaff nursing sister 27 George St, Cheltenham 1942 Memorial 176/516

LONGSTAFF, Ann Elizabeth nursing sister formerly of 27 George St, Cheltenham and then 9 Buller Tce, Cheltenham now DAVIS, Ann Elizabeth married woman 9 Buller Tce, Cheltenham. How was she connected with Janet Morrison Longstaff wife of Richard Longstaff engine driver formerly of 28 George St, Cheltenham now of 8 Buller Tce, Cheltenham?? Daughter and mother perhaps?? 1963 Application 29544

No 1

LONGTHORN, William yeoman Gawler River 1849 Memorial 64/14

LONGTHORN, William yeoman [formerly of Gawler River but now of] Angas Park 1850[-1851] Memorial 29/25

LONIE, David builder Brompton 1899 Application 23804

LONIE, John carpenter Adelaide 1849 Memorial 140/14

LONSDALE, Joseph yeoman Adelaide 1839 Application 10208

No 1

LOOBY, Edward road contractor Lyndoch Valley 1862 Application 3520

LOOBY, Edward of Lyndoch 1865 Memorial 223/208

No 1 - perhaps a mixture of the Elder and the Younger LOONEY, John farmer Willunga 1849[-1852] Memorial 335/57

LOONEY, John and John Joseph LOONEY farmers Willunga 1849[-1854] Memorial 400/24

LOONEY, John farmer Hundred of Noarlunga 1861 Memorial 142/177

LOONEY, John farmer formerly of Willunga 1854 but now of McLaren Vale 1868 Application 9539

No 1

LOONEY, John Joseph farmer Walkerville 1843 Memorial 3/3 Farmer Turanga near Noarlunga 1848 Memorial 170/16 Farmer Kensington 1849. Willunga land purchase Memorial 169/16

LOONEY, John Joseph farmer Willunga 1849[-1853] Memorial 252/16

LORD, Clairmont James, Cyril CROFTON and John Charles HESELTINE trading under the style or firm of Lord & Heseltine 1909 Memorial 16/461

LORD, Edward farmer Willunga 1855 Memorial 233/82

LORD, Garnet James school teacher Folkstone St, Brighton 1946 Application 28456

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

LORD, George blacksmith Robe 1849[-1867] Memorial 97/22 Publican Robe 1853 Memorial 379/58 Farmer Robe 1854 Memorial 6/71 Licensed victualler Guichen Bay 1854[-1855] Memorial 9/74

LORD, George blacksmith Lordston 1857[-1858] He laid out Lordston on Section 218 near Robe in 1856 Memorial 309/126 Blacksmith Robe 1857 Memorial 315/126

LORD, George yeoman Robe Hundred of Waterhouse land grant 1859 Grant Book 50 Page 7 County Robe

LORD, George blacksmith Guichen Bay 1863 Memorial 336/189

LORD, George gentleman Robe 1858 Memorial 342/171

LORD, George farmer Lake Robe 1863 Application 4620.

LORD, George formerly blacksmith Guichen Bay 1858 but now farmer Robe 1865 Application 6173

LORD, George licensed victualler Robe 1867 Memorial 212/221

LORD, George gentleman Mt Gambier 1879 Memorial 118/315

LORD, George gentleman near Mt Gambier 1879 Application 19061

LORD, George blacksmith Guichen Bay 1881 Application 18679

LORD, George formerly blacksmith Guichen Bay but now out of business Glenburnie 1882 Memorial 150/337

LORD, George the Younger farmer Kellalac Vic 1887 eldest son and heir at law of the late George Lord the Elder gentleman formerly of Mt Gambier but then of Murtoa Vic, who died c1886/1887 Memorial 175/393

No 2

LORD, George miner Callington 1858 Memorial 228/132

No 3

LORD, George farmer Hundred of Cameron trustee unnamed Chapel 1896 Grant Book 15 Page 31 County Daly

No4

LORD, George licensed victualler formerly of Adelaide but now of the Burra Hotel Kooringa 1907 Memorial 119/456

LORD, George licensed victualler Kooringa 1908 Application 25513

No 1

LORD, James farmer Hopehill Farm Rapid Bay 1861[-1887] Memorial 177/179

LORD, James formerly farmer Rapid Bay but now gentleman Mile End 1887 Memorial 27/388

No 2

LORD, James farmer Pt Victor 1869 Application 9863

No 3

LORD, James farmer Yankalilla 1890 Memorial 199/401

LORD, James gentleman Second Valley 1890 Memorial 91/406

LORD, James gentleman Yankalilla 1898 Application 23547

LORD, James the Elder miner Moonta 1902 Grant Book 14 Page 94 County Daly

LORD, James the Younger farmer near Moonta. Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1898 Grant Book 14 Page 424 County Daly

 

LORD, John of Quorn 1887[-1889] Memorial 101/388

LORD, Joseph farmer Delamere Rapid Bay 1892 Application 22305

No 1

LORD, Nathan Augustus merchant Mt Gambier 1863[-1879] Memorial 339/187

LORD, Nathan Augustus merchant Mt Gambier linked with Samuel Perkins Lord merchant Melbourne Vic 1872 Memorial 241/257

LORD, Nathan Augustus merchant Mt Gambier linked with Samuel Perkins Lord merchant Melbourne Vic 1877 Memorial 102/299

No 1

LORD, Samuel farmer Yankalilla 1859 Memorial 24/161

LORD, Samuel farmer Yankalilla 1901 Memorial 26/444

No 1

LORD, Sarah Ann formerly Sarah Ann CHAMBERS widow Robe S-E 1917 Memorial 118/475

LORD, Sarah Ann widow formerly of Robe S-E but now of Seventh Ave, St Peters 1919 Memorial 128/479

No 1

LORD, Thomas labourer Rapid Bay 1872 Application 12072

LORD, Thomas farmer Rapid Bay 1907 Application 25283

LORD, WIlliam CP clerk Collingrove near Angaston 1884 Memorial 84/365

LORENZ, Eduard gardener Athelstone 1869 Memorial 12/239

LORENZEN, Heinrich Theodor bricklayer Adelaide 1849 Memorial 101/24 Contractor Adelaide 1850 Memorial 341/23

No 1

LORENTZEN, Lorenz Severin blacksmith Light Pass 1857[-1858] Memorial 39/118

LORENTZEN, Lorenz Severin blacksmith formerly of Light Pass 1858 but now of Stockwell 1865 Application 6156

LORGAN, James farmer Hindmarsh 1846 Memorial 89/6

LORIE, John carpenter Tapley Hill 1848 Memorial 137/12

No 1

LORIMER, Alexander stockowner Craigdarroch Mt Barker District 1845 Memorial 171/5 Inverbrackie Church of Scotland trustee 1848. Enrolment/

LORIMER, Alexander miller Craigdarrock near Woodside 1853 Memorial 393/55

LORIMER, Alexander Esquire Elderslie near Inverbrackie 1858 Memorial 160/139

LORIMER, Alexander gentleman Elderslie near Woodside, died 28/5/1875 intestate. Letters of administration to his wife, Elizabeth Lorimer formerly FOWLER nee BRAKENRIDGE Memorial 106/310

LORIMER, Elizabeth widow Unley 1875 relict of the late Alexander Lorimer formerly Esquire Craigdarroch near Inverbrackie 1854 Application 14623

No 1 - likely to be the same person

LORIMER, John Alexander Weir bank manager Woodside 1915 Memorial 16/472

LORIMER, JA proclaimed bank manager Woodside 1921 Memorial 80/482

LORIMER, KG bank manager Mt Barker 1937 Memorial 131/510

No 1

LORIMER, William Superintendent of Sheep Mt Gambier 1858 Memorial 320/147

LORIMER, William overseer Mt Gambier 1861 Application 2230

No 1

LORRAIN, Francis labourer Pt Adelaide 1856 Memorial 67/111

LORRAIN, Francis labourer Adelaide 1861 Memorial 26/179

LORRAIN, Francis grdener Kent Town 1864 Application 5617

LORRAIN, Francis formerly labourer Adelaide 1855 but now dairyman Kent Town 1876 Application 15549

LORRAINE, Frederick John jeweller Adelaide (Rundle St) 1876 Memorial 16/294

LORRE, Edward agent Thebarton 1881 Memorial 85/335

No 1

LORY, Jane wife of Charles Marsh Lory gentleman Buddle Park, St Thomas Exeter, Devon, and daughter of William LUGG RN, power of attorney to Frederick ROBINSON gentleman Adelaide, to acquire real estate in SA to which Jane Lory is entitled 11/5/1877 Deposit 179/1877

LORY, Jane wife of Charles Marsh Lory independent means Wanowie Manor Road, Weston-super-Mare, Somerset, England, died 16/8/1894. She left her real estate in Australia to her husband, Charles Lory, in trust for life. Then her son, Charles Jacob Lory, to inherit the SA real estate absolutely in remainder expectant. If it were worth more than £400, the daughters to have an equal share in the value over that sum. The sons, except CJ Lory, to have an equal share in the Western Australian lands. Her husband, CM Lory, died 21/6/1907. By 1908, Charles Jacob Lory was a dairy farmer at Wuk Wuk near Bairnsdale Vic Application 25426

No 1

LOSER, Johann farmer Langhorne Creek 1900 Memorial 159/440

LOSER, Johann farmer Langhorne Creek 1900 Application 24097

LOSER, Joseph Johann bookbinder Adelaide 1879 Memorial 214/311

No 1

LOSTROH, Henry farmer Hope Valley 1853[-1859] Memorial 115/49

LOSTROH, Henry farmer formerly of Hope Valley 1859 but now of near Gawler 1864 Application 5277

LOSTROH, Henry farmer Cunliffe. Cunliffe (Hundred of Kadina) township allotment land grant 1881 Grant Book 14 Page 177 County Daly

LOSTROH, Anna widow Cunliffe. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1882 Grant Book 14 Page 242 County Daly

LOSTROH, Anna widow Greens Plains. Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1886 Grant Book 14 Page 422 County Daly

LOTT, Francis gentleman Adelaide 1853 Memorial 329/53

LOTT, William draper Gawler 1865 Memorial 258/202

No 1 - perhaps the same person

LOTT, William James storekeeper Gawler 1864 Application 5637

LOTT, William James storekeeper Moonta became a bankrupt 1868 Memorial 33/230

LOTT, William James photographer Adelaide 1884 Memorial 137/363

No 1

LOUD, Edward Esquire Plymouth, Devon, England 1840 farmer Thornaville near Willunga 1847 Application 9927

LOUD, Edward gentleman Willunga 1842 Memorial 408/1

LOUD, Edward farmer Thornaville near Willunga 1847[-1871] Memorial 480/7

No 2

LOUD, Edward labourer York township Port Road near Adelaide and Elizabeth Jane Loud his wife 1893 Memorial 210/418

LOUD, Edward labourer York on the Port Road. Husband of Elizabeth Jane Loud 1902 Application 24512

No 3

LOUD, Edward labourer formerly of Mallala but now of Unley 1896 Memorial 147/427

LOUD, Edward labourer formerly of Mallala but then of Forestville, died c1905. Husband of Sarah Holman Loud who lived in Esmond St, Hyde Park, soon after her husband died Memorial 66/454

LOUD, John Keenor grocer's assistant formerly of Barton Tce North Adelaide but now of Carrington St, Adelaide 1906 Memorial 113/454

LOUD, Mary widow Adelaide (Carrington St) 1893. Probably her children - Edward Loud farmer Mallala, Elizabeth Keenor HILL wife of Richard Hill storekeeper Ovingham, William Pitts Loud chainman Adelaide (Carrington St), John Keenor Loud grocer's assistant Adelaide (Carrington St) and Alfred Thomas Loud chainman Adelaide (Carrington St). Possibly Mrs Loud was born Mary PITTS a relative to William and Thomas Pitts who had taken out a land order to purchase Section 283 Survey C (now Hundred of Willunga) in 1840. William Pitts of Ridgeway, Plympton, Devon, England, died 19/6/1875. By 1893, Thomas Pitts gentleman lived at Hoe Place House, Plymouth Memorial 141/419

LOUD, Samuel farmer Willunga 1849 Memorial 351/16

LOUD, William Pitts farm labourer Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of Peake land grant 1911 Grant Book 6 Page 53 County Buccleuch

No 1

LOUDON, James sheep farmer Mt Arden 1857[-1864] Memorial 46/116

LOUDON, James overseer Mt Arden Hundred of Davenport land grant 1859 Grant Book 23 Page 42 County Frome

LOUDON, James stockkeeper near Pt Augusta 1863 Memorial 100/188

LOUDON, James sheep farmer Carriewooloo 1868 Memorial 65/233

LOUDON, James sheep farmer formerly of Mt Arden became an insolvent debtor in 1868 Application 9163

LOUDON, James farmer Pt Augusta 1885[-1889] Memorial 56/373

No 2

LOUDON, James farmer Mt Gambier 1872 Memorial 191/259

LOUDON, James farmer formerly of Mt Gambier but now of near Millicent 1875 Memorial 134/284

LOUDON, Robert farmer Mt Gambier Hundred of Mt Muirhead land grant 1878 Grant Book 31 Page 195 County Grey

LOUGHHEAD, Robert Henry clerk Adelaide 1871 Memorial 100/251

No 1

LOUGHNAN, John Michael Esquire formerly of Hobart Tas but now of Melbourne Vic 1854 Memorial 247/70

LOUGHNAN, John Michael Esquire Glebe Road, Sydney NSW owned land in Pt Lincoln 1863 Memorial 168/192

LOUIE, Alexander greengrocer Stirling West 1913 Application 26204

No 1

LOUIS, Beaucourt labourer Cheltenham near Tam O'Shanter Belt 1854[- 1856] Memorial 468/65

LOUIS, B labourer Pt Adelaide 1877 Application 15829

LOURIE, James farmer Tam O'Shanter Belt 1853 Memorial 147/48

LOURMAN, Joshua JP gardener Wirrabara 1908 Memorial 17/460

No 1

LOUTIT, A bank manager Angaston 1877 Memorial 160/301

LOUTIT, Andrew banker Kooringa 1881 Application 18434

LOUTIT, Andrew bank manager Mt Gambier 1901 Application 24220

LOUTIT, Andrew gentleman formerly of Angaston but now of Medindie 1909 Memorial 65/462

LOUTIT, B clerk Narracoorte 1906 Memorial 66/455

LOUTIT, J Lyall clerk to Messrs STRACHAN, CHEADLE & Co of Adelaide 1898 Memorial 61/436

LOUTIT, Robert clerk Adelaide 1890 Memorial 229/405

LOUTIT, Robert Flett grocer Adelaide (Hindley St) 1876 Application 15371

LOUTIT, Thomas Flett engineer Gawler Town 1860 Application 1423

LOUTIT, Thomas I secretary Harris Scarfe Ltd Grenfell St, Adelaide 1924 Memorial 46/492

No 1

LOUTIT, William Flett bank manager Narracoorte 1881[-1885] Memorial 3/332

LOUTIT, William F manager National Bank Narracoorte branch 1886[-1888] Memorial 55/380

LOVAIN, Francis gardener Kent Town 1867 Application 8264

No 1

LUVATT, Alfred labourer Norwood 1849[-1853] Memorial 217/14

LOVATT/LUVATT, Alfred labourer Adelaide 1855 Memorial 89/94

LOVATT, William Bradburn farmer Myponga 1886 Memorial 4/378

LOVE, George the Younger of Mt Barker 1879 Application 17762

LOVE, Hugh Montgomery Paul publican Black Lion Hotel, Richard St, Hindmarsh 1926[-1928] Memorial 198/495

No 1

LOVE, James brickmaker Mt Barker 1856[-1860] Memorial 40/107

No 2

LOVE, James manager Gum Creek Station near Kooringa 1869 Memorial 174/243

LOVE, James farmer Gum Creek Flat [near Burra] Co Stanley 1876 Application 15453

LOVE, James gentleman Gum Creek Hundred of Ayers land grant 1868 Grant Book 56 Page 201 County Stanley

LOVE, James stockholder Kooringa Co Burra. Hundred of Hanson land grant 1875 Grant Book 56 Page 281 County Stanley

No 3

LOVE, James gentleman Adelaide 1876 Memorial 11/294

LOVE, James gentleman formerly of Adelaide 1876 but now of Magill 1877 Application 16202

No 4

LOVE, James carpenter Waukaringa. Waukaringa township allotment land grant 1889 Grant Book 45 Page 5 County Lytton

No 1

LOVE, John sheep farmer Pt Lincoln 1857[-1872] Memorial 214/129

LOVE, John sheep farmer Mt Wedge Pt Lincoln 1870 Memorial 104/245

LOVE, John sheepfarmer Mitcham Hundred of Kanyaka land grant 1884 Grant Book 49 Page 71 County Newcastle

LOVE, John sheep farmer Mitcham and Jessie Love his wife 1887 Memorial 86/385

LOVE, John sheep farmer Mitcham 1900 Application 27797

LOVE, John stock owner Mitcham, died 4/9/1905, of cardio-vascular degeneration and 30 minutes' cerebral apoplexy, aged 78. He was formerly a sheep farmer of Mt Wedge Station near Pt Lincoln. Hus band of Jessie Atkin Love. How was she connected to Margaret MORTLOCK wife of William Ransom Mortlock? How were they connected to John Frederick HAIGH sheep farmer Pt Lincoln and Elizabeth Haigh his wife? J Love was one of JF Haigh's executors Application 25444

No 1

LOVE, John Tennant stock agent Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of Apoinga land grant 1912 Grant Book 8 Page 67 County Burra

LOVE, John Tennant stock salesman Adelaide 1923 Memorial 38/490

LOVE, John Tennant stock salesman Adelaide 1918 Application 26658

LOVE, John Tennant out of business Mitcham 1942, declared that he had been born on 4/1/1871 at Pt Lincoln and had lived at Mitcham since 1877. His father John Love pastoralist Mitcham's home was known as Mitcham Lawn on Bull Creek Rd Application 28310

No 1

LOVE, Jonah blacksmith Hundred of Arkaba Hundred of Arkaba land grant 1886 Grant Book 33 Page 4 County Hanson

LOVE, Jonah blacksmith Hawker trustee unnamed School Hundred of Arkaba Hundred of Arkaba land grant 1888 Grant Book 33 Page 4 County Hanson

LOVE, Mary infant daughter of John Love music seller Greenock, Scotland, lived in SA 1852. She inherited the residue of the estate of the late Margaret ANDERSON of SA when she turned 21. Meanwhile the money remained in trust for the maintenance of the said Mary Love, including provision of an outfit should she leave the said province before she turned 21 Memorial 244/44

No 1

LOVE, Robert sheep farmer Adelaide 1880 Memorial 35/326

LOVE, Robert gentleman Adelaide Hundred of Kanyaka land grant 1884 Grant Book 49 Page 71 County Newcastle

LOVEDAY, Frederick William wheelwright Parilla. Parilla (Hundred of Parilla) township allotment land grant 1911 Grant Book 12 Page 115 County Chandos

LOVEDAY, Herbert Barron out of business 469 Esplanade, Henry Beach and Olive Julia Loveday his wife 195, declared that in March 1950, they purchased Lot 39 in Goolwa and converted the old brewery on the site into a block of modern flats. A ramshackle boxthorn hedge and other vegetation had to be cleared from the site Application 29161

No 1

LOVEDAY, Joseph drover Kapunda 1922 Memorial 184/486

LOVEDAY, Joseph drover formerly of Kapunda but now of Royal Ave, Pooraka 1949 Memorial 123/524

LOVEDAY, Matthew fellmonger Walkerville 1848 Memorial 346/12

No 1 - the Younger

LOVEDAY, Richard John the Younger farmer Reedbeds 1885 Memorial 147/207

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

LOVEDAY, Richard John surveyor Adelaide Hundred of Dublin land grant 1879 Grant Book 26 Page 343 County Gawler

LOVEDAY, Richard John farmer Hundred of Dublin 1880 Memorial 230/320

LOVEDAY, Richard John gentleman Salisbury, died c1883. Provision for estate to go to the children of his first wife - Bridget Ann Loveday. These children included - Anne ROSE nee Loveday wife of Robert Alexander Rose storeman Reedbeds, Mary Elizabth STANTON wife of Richard Stanton blacksmith Reedbeds and Thomas Loveday. Not certain whether the testator's son, Richard John Loveday came from the first or second wife. The second wife, Susannah Sarah Loveday, to have a life interest in part of the estate, then this portion to be divided equally amongst her children - Alice Susannah BAKER nee Loveday wife of William Henry Baker no description, George Henry Sadgrove Loveday, Wiliam Alexander Loveday, Emily Agnes Loveday, Frances Jane Loveday and Ernest Alfred Loveday. Executors and trustees; Richard VERCO broker Adelaide and Salisbury and Thomas Benjamin Verco miller Salisbury Memorial 165/355

LOVEDAY, Susannah Sarah widow Enfield, relict of the late Richard John Loveday formerly surveyor now deceased, died 31/3/1905, aged 69 Memorial 74/454

LOVEDAY, Susannah Sarah widow of the late Richard John Loveday surveyor Enfield, died 31/3/1905, of Bright's disease, aged 69 Application 28321

LOVEDER, Charles master mariner Alberton 1909 Application 25632

No 1

LOVEDER, William labourer of SA 1869 Memorial 236/256

LOVEDER, William labourer formerly of Queenstown 1869 but now of Pt Adelaide 1871 Application 11772

LOVEDER, William labourer Queenstown 1874 Memorial 86/272

LOVEGROVE, Alfred David draper Pt Adelaide 1923 Memorial 79/487

LOVEGROVE, Alfred Ernest sheepfarmer Parabba 1904 Memorial 68/451

No 1

LOVEGROVE, Leonard stockkeeper Wellington 1854 Memorial 134/76

LOVEGROVE, Leonard yeoman Murray District 1855 Memorial 175/91

LOVEGROVE, Leonard farmer Spring Farm near Meningie Hundred of Malcolm land grant 1870 Grant Book 54 Page 91 County Russell

LOVEGROVE, Leonard farmer Poltalloch Hundred of Bonney land grant 1877[-1878] Grant Book 54 Page 34 County Russell

LOVEGROVE, Leonard stockholder near Meningie and Mary Lovegrove his wife 1882 Memorials 157 & 158/338

LOVEGROVE, Leonard stockkeeper Wellington on the Murray 1912 Memorial 121/467

No 1 - same or different person?

LOVELAND, TE splitter Echunga 1881 Memorial 184/331

LOVELAND, Edward of Echunga 1885 Memorial 24/371

LOVELAND, Thomas Edward labourer Echunga 1886 Memorial 110/376

LOVELAND, Thomas farmer Echunga 1892 Application 22399

LOVELAND, Mary Adelaide spinster Echunga 1928. Linked with the late Sarah Harriet Loveland, who died 17/10/1897 Grant Book 2 Page 106 County Adelaide

No 1

LOVELL, Albert Stanley Moore school teacher Pinnaroo. Hundred of Pinnaroo land grant 1908 Grant Book 12 Page 43 County Chandos

LOVELL, Albert Stanley Moore grazier Middleton 1937 Memorial 196/510

LOVELL, Albert Stanley grazier Middleton 1947 Application 28571

LOVELL, Benjamin Frank farmer Middleton 1914 Application 26386

No 1

LOVELL, Charles Thomas draper Adelaide (Brown St) linked with Hannah Lovell widow of the same address 1875 Memorial 128/283

LOVELL, Charles Thomas draper Adelaide (Brown St) linked with Hannah SHADWELL formerly Lovell wife of Richard Shadwell farmer Yankalilla 1883 Memorial 159/349

LOVELL, George licensed victualler Albert Hotel Castlemaine Vic 1853 Memorial 154/59

LOVELL, Henry farmer Light River 1866 Memorial 112/209

No 1

LOVELL, John farmer Middleton 1894 Application 22634

No 2

LOVELL, John baker Pt Wakefield 1904[-1914] Memorial 112/451

LOVELL, John baker Pt Wakefield 1920 Application 26901

LOVELL, Samuel Henry butcher Goolwa 1922 Application 27105

No 1

LOVELOCK, Albert Elijah, Benjamin Lovelock and Caleb Lovelock farmers Aldinga 1915 Memorial 59/472

LOVELOCK, Albert Elijah farmer Aldinga 1920 Memorial 70/480

LOVELOCK, Albert Elijah dairyman Aldinga, died 19/5/1948. His widow, Bertha Millicent Lovelock inherited his estate for life, then in varying proportions to his daughters Gladys Clare MANSER and Beryl Grace FITTON and his granddaughters Beverley June Fitton and Bronte James Fitton 1949 Application 28690

LOVELOCK, Albert Elijah farmer Aldinga, died 19/5/1948. Husband of Bertha Millicent Lovelock. Father of Gladys Clare MANSER, Beryl Grace FITTON. Grandfather of Beverley June Fitton and Bronte James Fitton Memorial 82/524

No 1

LOVELOCK, Alice Haysmer married woman Plympton 1935 Application 28375

LOVELOCK, Alice Haysmer widow Plympton 1944 Application 28375

LOVELOCK, Alton farmer Yankalilla 1922 Application 27112

LOVELOCK, Bertha Millicent widow Aldinga 1956 Application 29228

LOVELOCK, Blanche spinster formerly of near Pt Pirie but then of 216 King William St, Adelaide, died c1906. Sister to Oswald Oliver Lovelock no description Memorial 170/456

LOVELOCK, Caleb formerly farmer Aldinga but now out of business Victor Harbor linked with Lancelot Henry Osborne Lovelock, Mansfield Charles Lovelock and Cecil Keith Lovelock farmers Aldinga 1944 Memorial 19/518

LOVELOCK, Christopher Silas Rawson farmer Snowtown. Snowtown District Hospital trustee 1926 Memorial 181/494

No 1

LOVELOCK, Daniel publican Bowden 1847 Application 6704

LOVELOCK, Daniel licensed victualler Bowden 1847 Memorial 13/8 Licensed victualler The Light 1848 Memorial 150/11

LOVELOCK, Daniel brewer Gawler 1849[-1855] Memorial 259/19

No 1

LOVELOCK, Elijah and Levi farmers Willunga. Hundred of Yankalilla land purchase 1853 Memorial 357/56

LOVELOCK, Elijah and Richard sheep farmers Yankalilla 1886 Memorial 104/381

No 1 - the Elder

LOVELOCK, George yeoman Reedbeds 1842 Application 11842.

LOVELOCK, George farmer Aldinga Plains 1845 Memorial 447/5 Farmer Hundred of Willunga Trustee Independent Chapel Section 231 Hundred of Willunga 1850 Memorial 381/30

LOVELOCK, George farmer Burbage, Wilts, England, married Anne GLASS on 14/6/1826 at Great Bedwyn, Wilts, England. Children born in England. The Lovelocks emigrated to SA. George Lovelock farmer Aldinga died date yet unknown. Apparently, his widow had a life interest in trust in the real estate, after which various children received their share. Anne Lovelock widow Aldinga, died 10/10/1875 Brights disease of the kidneys, and dropsy, aged 71. The eldest son, Levi Lovelock farmer Aldinga, had been born in England in March 1827. David CHOULES cooper Adelaide declared 1875 that he had known George Lovelock since before his marriage in 1826. Lovelock children alive in 1875 - Elijah Lovelock, Henry Lovelock, George Lovelock, William Lovelock, Richard Lovelock, Elizabeth PENGILLY nee Lovelock, Mary Ann WINZOR nee Lovelock Application 1469

LOVELOCK, Ann widow Aldinga mother of Thomas Glass Lovelock of Aldinga an infant under the age of 21 years 1857 Henry Lovelock farmer Aldinga also mentioned Memorial 229/126

LOVELOCK, Ann widow Aldinga linked with Levi Lovelock farmer Aldinga 1865 Memorial 140/205

No 2 - the Younger

LOVELOCK, George farmer Aldinga 1859 Memorial 24/150

LOVELOCK, George farmer Ripple Court Para Plains 1863 Memorial 46/189

LOVELOCK, George farmer Ripple Court near Salisbury and Clara Lovelock his wife 1877 Memorial 213/303

LOVELOCK, George farmer near Salisbury 1874 Memorial 139/275

LOVELOCK, George gentleman Corryton near Magill and Clara Lovelock his wife 1891 Memorial 208/407

LOVELOCK, Henry farmer Aldinga 1864 Application 4996

LOVELOCK, Hurtle Winzor of The Woods Pt Pirie appointed the SA agent for the Universal Benevolent Association of California for Unmarried Persons with head office in San Francisco 1884 Memorial 217/364

LOVELOCK, Lancelot Henry Osborne and LOVELOCK, Cecil Keith farmers Aldinga 1950, linked with Mansfield Charles Lovelock farmer Aldinga, who died 23/5/1946 intestate Application 28722

No 1

LOVELOCK, Levi farmer Willunga 1851 Memorial 277/34

LOVELOCK, Levi farmer Yankalilla 1855[-1874] Memorial 114/83

No 1

LOVELOCK, Lewis Rudolph railway employee Petersburg, died 1894 intestate. His widow, Anna Lovelock, had moved to Pt Pirie by the end of the year Memorial 89/447

LOVELOCK, Lewis Rudolph railway employee Petersburg, died 20/10/1894 intestate. He was a son of Clara Lovelock nee Winsor (daughter of John WINSOR of Deal Court of Para Plains near Salisbury) of Bridge St, Kensington, who died 15/8/1902, of morbus cordis and cerebral embolism, aged 66. His estate worth £200. His widow, Anna Lovelock, who received letters of administration, lived at Pt Pirie by December 1894. Much information about the Lovelock children Application 27254

LOVELOCK, Lewis Rudolph died. By 1902, his widow, Anna Lovelock, had remarried to William Frederick LEBRENZ carpenter Belair. LR Lovelock's children included - Ada RIDLEY wife of Henry Ridley of Broken Hill NSW, Ada Lovelock spinster, Harriett FIDGE wife of William Stephen Fidge farmer Pt Pirie, John Salisbury Lovelock ironmonger's assistant Fremantle WA, William George Lovelock groom Kensington, and Osmond Oliver Lovelock coachman Kensington Memorial 111/447

LOVELOCK, Oswald Oliver farmer Carr St, West Perth WA 1915 Memorial 73/473
No 1

LOVELOCK, Richard of Pungeroo 1881 Memorial 232/337

LOVELOCK, Richard of Mannum 1883 Memorial 205/353

LOVELOCK, Thomas Glass born 13/9/1852 District of Adelaide, to his parents George Lovelock farmer and his wife Anne nee GLASS. By 1876, TG Lovelock was a commercial traveller at Aldinga. Elijah Lovelock farmer Aldinga 1856 seems to have been a brother to George Lovelock Application 15132

LOVELOCK, William George greengrocer Regent St, Kensington 1911 Application 25982

LOVELY, Arthur John chemist North Adelaide 1894[-1897] Memorial 230/422

LOVELY, Claire May spinster Semaphore 1915 Memorial 66/473

No 1

LOVELY, James Chapman auctioneer and land agent Adelaide 1875[-1914] Memorial 85/283

LOVELY, James Chapman Director of the Largs Bay Land and Investment Co Lt 1882 Application 18990

LOVELY, James Chapman land and estate agent Adelaide, about to depart the province for a time, power of attorney to George Dutton GREEN and Henry Yorke SPARKS land and estate agents Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 31/1/1883 Deposit 31/1883

LOVELY, James Chapman licensed surveyor Adelaide, drew up lease plans for the Southern Cross Hotel King William St Adelaide (pt Town Acre 79, 108) 1901 Deposit 19/1902

LOVELY, J Chapman licensed surveyor drew up lease plans for Waterhouse Chambers on the corner of King William St and Rundle St, Adelaide (pt Town Acre 79) in 1909 Deposit 20/1909

No 1

LOVELY, John labourer North Adelaide 1851 Memorial 391/28

No 2

LOVELY, John of Adelaide, died 1/5/1885. Father of Elizabeth Leisa Lovely, Esther NEWMAN and Lucy Lovely. Probably father in law of Arthur John Lovely chemist North Adelaide husband of Elizabeth Leisa Lovely 1896 Memorial 90/427

LOVELY, William Harvey Chapman mining engineer Semaphore 1909 Application 25570

No 1

LOVERIDGE, George John and William Henry storekeepers Gawler 1880 Memorial 116/326

LOVERIDGE, George John storekeeper Gawler 1886 Memorial 225/381

LOVERIDGE, James farmer Hundred of Wokurna 1891 Grant Book 15 Page 46 County Daly

LOVERIDGE, John storekeeper Gawler 1886 Application 21086

No 1 - perhaps the same person

LOVERIDGE, William farmer Gawler 1859 Memorial 162/149

LOVERIDGE, W storekeeper Gawler South 1881 Application 18579

LOVERIDGE, William Henry general merchant Gawler 1886 Memorial 64/376

LOVERING, Samuel farmer Hamilton on the Light Hundred of Gregory land grant 1881 Grant Book 23 Page 100 County Frome

LOVICK, Clarence Lindsay farmer Clarendon 1942 Application 28330

LOVICK, James farmer Macclesfield 1859 Memorial 112/148

LOVICK, Walter farmer Clarendon 1909[-1914] Memorial 146/462

No 1

LOVITT, Thomas farmer Salt Creek Plain Co Light 1851[-1855] Memorial 136/32

LOVITT, Thomas farmer [formerly of Salt Creek Plain but now of the] Hundred of Nuriootpa 1853[-1857] Memorial 348/64

LOVITT, Thomas farmer Sheaoak Log 1859 Application 264

LOVITT, Thomas farmer formerly of Nuriootpa [perhaps the Hundred?] 1853 but now of Sheaoak Log 1870 Application 11141

No 1 - perhaps the same person

LOW, Alexander publican Mt Barker. Member Mt Barker Land and Building Association 1852 Memorial 65/46

LOW, Alexander licensed victualler Glenelg and Elizabeth Low his wife 1865 Memorial 341/207

LOW, Elizabeth Mrs of Mt Barker 1862 Application 3367

LOW, Elizabeth wife of Alexander Low of Adelaide and daughter of the late John GLOAG of Mt Barker 1866 Application 7887

No 2

LOW, Alexander farmer Munno Para 1856 Memorial 302/105

LOW, Alexander carpenter Munno Para East 1857[-1861] Memorial 166/120

No 3

LOW, Alexander storekeeper Mt Bryan 1865 Memorial 168/203

LOW, Alexander storekeeper Mt Bryan. Hundred of Hallett land grant 1868[-1874] Grant Book 8 Page 118 County Burra.

LOW, Alexander farmer Hallett. Hundred of Hallett land grant 1874 Grant Book 8 Page 120 County Burra

LOW, Alexander farmer Hallett Co Burra. Hundred of Andrews land grant 1875[-1881] Grant Book 56 Page 312 County Stanley

No 4

LOW, Alexander farmer Spalding 1878 Application 16921

LOW, Alexander farmer Spalding Hundred of Andrews land grant 1881 Grant Book 56 Page 313 County Stanley

LOW, Alexander sheepfarmer Spalding Booborowie (Hundred of Ayers) township allotment land grant 1890 Grant Book 56 Page 321 County Stanley

LOW, Alexander Ferrier farmer Spalding Booborowie (Hundred of Ayers) township allotment land grant 1890 Grant Book 56 Page 321 County Stanley

No 5

LOW, Alexander sheepfarmer Yakilo 1897 Memorial 210/432

LOW, Bradshaw Gordon farm labourer Bordertown. Hundred of Wirrega land grant 1912 Grant Book 7 Page 53 County Buckingham

No 1

LOW, Charles licensed victualler Mt Barker 1849 Memorial 139/18

LOW, Charles innkeeper Mt Barker died 1/11/1862, of disease of the heart, aged 60. His whole estate to his wife, Helen Stewart Low, absolutely. ‘all my freehold and leasehold property, messuages and tenements situate in Mt Barker township or elsewhere which I now possess or may possess … all my household furniture, plate, linen, china, jewels, watches and wearing apparel whatsoever ald also all my wines and liquors in and about my house or premises … and also all my livestock, cattle and horses wherever they may be’ Witnesses William ANDERSON agent Mt Barker and James COLLINS farmer Mt Barker. Will made 14/2/1856 Application 14642

LOW, Helen Stewart widow Adelaide [relict of the late Charles Low formerly innkeeper Mt Barker but then deceased] 1875 Application 14642

No 2

LOW, Charles wood merchant Eudunda 1882 Memorial 239/345

LOW, Geo G undertaker's assistant Norwood 1897[-1900] Application 23776

No 1 - Possibly James Low the Elder?

LOW, James farmer Magill 1848[-1853] Memorial 22/12

LOW, James labourer Stepney 1854[-1856] Memorial 327/65

No 2 – the Younger

LOW, James the Younger yeoman Norwood 1854 Memorial 340/77

LOW, James [formerly of Norwood but now] of Windsor 1857 Memorial 76/115

LOW, James gardener Windsor 1859 Application 209

LOW, James gardener Windsor near Adelaide 1864 [This Windsor appears to be near Section 494 Hundred of Yatala] Application 5758

LOW, James labourer Windsor 1875 Memorial 161/282

LOW, James gardener Windsor 1901 Application 24255.

No 2

LOWE, James undertaker’s assistant Smithfield 1883 Application 21516

LOW, Thomas engineer Pt Adelaide 1919 Memorial 73/478

LOWDEN, Annie of Camden 1918 Memorial 3/479

LOWE, Addison Shawe farmer Auburn 1862 Memorial 23/184

LOWE, Alexander carpenter formerly of Munno Para East 1856 but now of Smithfield 1869 [Possibly the same address??] Application 9878

No 1

LOWE, Charles clerk to Messrs GWYNN & LAWRENCE solicitors Adelaide 1860 Memorial 309/162

LOWE, Charles practitioner of the Supreme Court of SA 1861 Memorial 81/179

LOWE, Charles solicitor Yankalilla 1861[-1862] Memorial 222/179

LOWE, Charles solicitor Pt Elliot 1867 Memorial 171/225

LOWE, Charles solicitor Strathalbyn 1869 Memorial 153/242

LOWE, Charles solicitor Kooringa 1875[-1876] Memorial 146/291

LOWE, Charles solicitor Kooringa 1877 moved to Adelaide after this date, and had died by September 1883. His papers somehow vanished after his death 1883 Application 19832

No 1

LOWE, Edward cabinetmaker Thebarton 1853[-1854] Memorial 418/52

LOWE, Edward cabinetmaker Thebarton, married 11/6/1857 to Ann ?. He died 26/5/1896, leaving all his estate to his wife Application 24072

LOWE, Edward cabinetmaker George St Thebarton, died 25/5/ 1896. Estate worth £725. Husband of Ann Lowe Memorial 196/428

LOWE, Fanny spinster Brighton, about to proceed to England, power of attorney to John HODGKISS MLC of Brighton, to manage her SA business affairs 29/12/1879 Deposit 88/1880

LOWE, Frederick William bootmaker Norwood 1851 Memorial 117/35
No 1

LOWE, George gardener Kalangadoo Hundred of Grey land grant 1900 Grant Book 30 Page 337 County Grey

No 2

LOWE, George farmer Echunga 1951 Application 28783

LOWE, George K of Redruth 1857 Memorial 166/129

No 1

LOWE, George Richard licensed victualler Aberdeen 1863 Memorial 50/187

LOWE, George R of Yarcowie 1882 Memorial 12/343

No 1

LOWE, Henry and Moritz labourers Queenstown 1864 Application 5506

LOWE, Henry labourer Queenstown 1877 Application 15876

LOWE, Henry out of business Queenstown, died 23/10/1906. Estate worth £100. He left the following children as of 1912 - Charles Lowe baggage agent Perth WA, Edward William Lowe contractor Glanville, Anna Maria HARRIS wife of Richard William Francis Harris formerly storeman now labourer Queenstown, Susan Elizabeth JAMES married woman Queenstown (was her husband John Thomas James?), John Thomas Lowe labourer Cross St, Queenstown (died 30/4/1912 Adelaide Hospital intestate, of cerebral haemorrhage, aged 39. He married aged 23. 1 son, whose whereabouts unknown) Application 27226

LOWE, Hugh schoolmaster Hindmarsh 1867 Application 8579

No 1

LOWE, James labourer Adelaide 1840[-1841] Application 26601

LOWE, James labourer Adelaide 1841[-1845] Memorial 257/5

LOWE, James of Goodwood 1846 Memorial 93/345

LOWE, James licensed victualler Goodwood 1847[-1855] Memorial 12/8

LOWE, James licensed victualler in the vicinity of Adelaide 1849 Sale of The Gate on the north-eastern corner of Section 221 Survey B to Caleb DALWOOD farmer ‘of the like vicinity’ for £250 Memorial 366/13

LOWE, James carter Goodwood 1850 Memorial 83/20

LOWE, James licensed victualler Goodwood 1851 Memorial 133/32

LOWE, James yeoman Goodwood 1853 Memorial 97/64

LOWE, James licensed victualler Goodwood 1854 Memorial 469/78

LOWE, James [formerly licensed victualler but now] labourer Goodwood 1855 Memorial 293/79

No 2 – the Younger

LOWE, James the Younger labourer Thebarton 1852[-1853] Memorial 18/40

No 3

LOWE, James farmer Finniss River 1853 Memorial 24/50

LOWE, James farmer Finniss River 1853 Memorial 122/53

LOWE, James farmer Lower Finniss River 1853[-1865] Memorial 264/53

LOWE, James farmer Dry Plains trustee Wesleyan Methodist Chapel Queens Own Town Queens Own Town (later Finniss Hundred of Kondoparinga) township allotment land grant 1868 Grant Book 36 Page 472 County Hindmarsh

No 4

LOWE, James carpenter Waukaringa Waukaringa township allotment land grant 1889 Grant Book 45 Page 3 County Lytton

No 5

LOWE, James timber contractor Meadows 1912 Application 26063

No 1

LOWE, John carter Pt Lincoln the only son and heir at law of the late William Lowe formerly of Gawler but now deceased 1874 Memorial 208/274

No 2

LOWE, John of Kadina 1888 Memorial 106/393

No 3

LOWE, John farmer Uroonda 1892[-1902] Memorial 223/412

No 4

LOWE, John brickmaker Milner St, Hindmarsh 1903 Application 24531

LOWE, John farmer Noarlunga 1906 Memorial 249/454

No 1

LOWE, John Mayor gentleman Adelaide 1845 Memorial 467/5

LOWE, John Mayor chemist Adelaide (Hindley St) 1847 Memorial 255/9

LOWE, John Mayor gentleman Adelaide, about to proceed to Sydney NSW and to parts beyond the sea, power of attorney to James COOKE merchant Adelaide, one of the partners in the firm of Acraman & Co, to finalise all his business and sell his real estate in SA 5/2/1850 Deposit 229/OA

LOWE, John Mayor gentleman formerly of Walkerville but now of Melbourne Vic 1853 Memorial 207/57

LOWE, John Mayor gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now of London, Middlesex, England 1853 Memorial 28/51

LOWE, John Mayor gentleman formerly of Unley but now living in London, Middlesex, England 1853 Memorial 444/49

LOWE, Joseph butcher Hindmarsh 1854 Memorial 88/62

LOWE, Laura of Noarlunga 1881 Memorial 185/334

No 1

LOWE, Mark Edward of Rundle St, Adelaide 1853 Memorial 266/55

LOWE, Mark Edward bootmaker Adelaide 1855 Memorial 104/82

LOWE, Mark Edward bootmaker Totness [Mt Pleasant] 1858 Memorial 130/136

LOWE, Mark Edward licensed victualler near Adelaide 1869. Linked with the Maid of Auckland South Road Application 9720

LOWE, Mark Edward publican formerly of Mt Pleasant but now of Edwardstown 1870 Memorial 213/244

LOWE, Mark Edward licensed victualler South Road near Adelaide 1870 Application 10935

No 1

LOWE, Maurice Henry butcher Queenstown 1909 Memorial 154/460

LOWE, Maurice Henry butcher Queenstown and Susannah Elizabeth Lowe his wife 1914 Application 26378

No 1

LOWE, Moritz labourer Queenstown 1854 Memorial 251/77

LOWE, Moritz storeman near Pt Adelaide 1862 Memorial 240/189

LOWE, Moritz storeman and labourer Queenstown near Pt Adelaide 1862 Application 11702

LOWE, Olivia Elizabeth spinster Queenstown 1914 Application 26378

LOWE, Philip and John JENNINGS farmers Yongala trading as Lane & Jennings 1885 Memorial 152/370

No 1

LOWE, Robert farmer McLaren Vale 1877[-1878] Memorial 67/305

No 2

LOWE, Robert out of business Edwardstown. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1906 Grant Book 2 Page 15 County Adelaide

No 1

LOWE, Robert Mayor chemist Adelaide (on the western side of the Australian Arms Hotel, Hindley St) 1847 Memorial 442/9

LOWE, Robert Mayor chemist and druggist Adelaide (Hindley St) 1848 Memorial 23/49

LOWE, Robert Mayor gentleman Payneham 1849 Memorial 156/14

LOWE, Robert Mayor gentleman Payneham 1850. Wesleyan Methodist Enrolment 19/10

LOWE, Ann widow Payneham, died. Left £50 to Edward Lowe, brother of her late husband. £10 to her granddaughter, Gertrude, daughter of her eldest son, Arthur PAYNE. The rest of the estate to her trustees, Henry ROBINSON gentleman Mitcham and George Robert DEBNEY upholsterer, to sell and form a trust fund - income to go to her sons Henry Augustus PAYNE and James PAYNE, and to her daughters, Emma Eliza, wife of Henry NOLTENIUS and Elizabeth Ann, wife of James Hamilton PARR for life. After all of the above children have died, the principle to be shared equally absolutely in remainder expectant amongst the children of Mrs Lowe’s daughters Enrolment 66/51

LOWE, Stanley Herbert labourer Queenstown 1914 Application 26378

No 1

LOWE, William of Gawler 1850 Memorial 469/25

LOWE, William married Sarah Winifred FLEMMING 2/8/1842 RC Church in Adelaide. Witnesses - Phillip and Johanna BRENNAN of Adelaide. The couple had 1 son and 5 daughters. The Lowes had shifted to Mt Barker and then Gawler by 1850. William Lowe labourer Gawler, left Gawler 17/3/1851 with his friend James BALDOCK labourer Gawler for the Bendigo diggings. William Lowe suffocated from charcoal in his tent at Sydney Place one night in August 1851. Next day, his friend Baldock (living nearby at Sydney Flat on the same gold field) identified the body, attended his inquest and buried the corpse at Sydney Place. He returned to Gawler, where he still lived in 1874. W Lowe had died intestate. His only son, John Lowe carter Pt Lincoln 1874, born Mt Barker 28/2/1845, inherited as heir at law. Mrs Lowe remarried to a person called KEATS. By 1874, the family were living at Pt Lincoln, and Mrs Keats was a widow again Application 13624

No 2

LOWE, William Wesleyan Methodist Minister Kooringa 1851 Memorial 294/29

No 3 - perhaps the Elder

LOWE, William carter Noarlunga 1890 Memorial 91/403

LOWE, William teamster Noarlunga 1892 Memorial 165/414

LOWE, William carter Noarlunga 1893 Application 22443

LOWE, William teamster Noarlunga 1893 Application 22478

LOWE, William carrier Noarlunga 1894. He died 22/12/1909 Memorial 117/420 & RPA Search 2565

LOWE, William farmer Noarlunga, died 22/12/1909 Memorial 184/462

No 5 - perhaps the Younger

LOWE, William farmer Noarlunga 1903 Memorial 201/449

LOWE, William farmer formerly of Noarlunga but now of Strathalbyn 1905 Memorial 210/452

No 6

LOWE, William warehouseman Adelaide and Emma Jane Rebecca Lowe his wife 1925 Memorial 172/492

LOWE, William Raymond livestock buyer and meat merchant formerly of 25 Railway Tce, Alberton East but then of Woodbury Woodbury Road, Stirling West, died 11/9/1954. Husband of Lillian Myrtle Lowe. Probably father of Kenneth Murice Lowe company director Ackland Ave, Stirling West. Roma Myrtle HOLDER married woman 8 Beckmann St, Plympton Memorial 49/531

LOWELL, Edward Charles storeman Queenstown 1868 Application 9388

LOWELL, John baker Magill Road 1892 Application 22225

No 1 FIND - same person?

LOWEN, Robert shipwright Semaphore 1892 Memorial 65/412

LOWEN, Robert wood and coal merchant Norwood 1895 Application 22876

No 1

LOWER, Alfred John builder Norwood 1858[-1870] Memorial 102/136

LOWER, Alfred John builder Clarke St, Norwood 1867 Memorial 207/219

No 1

LOWER, Amos William farmer Hundred of Belvidere 1855 Memorial 305/130

LOWER, Amos William labourer Pt Adelaide 1866 Memorial 111/215

LOWER, Evelyn H clerk to Messrs KINGSTON & KINGSTON solicitors Adelaide 1881 Memorial 177/335

No 1

LOWER, Frederick William bootmaker Norwood 1851 Memorial 406/32 Bootmaker Adelaide 1855[-1866] Memorial 430/79

LOWER, Frederick William bootmaker Adelaide and Wallaroo 1862 Memorial 65/181

LOWER, Frederick William boot and shoe importers Adelaide, became a bankrupt 1866 Memorial 140/211

LOWER, Frederick William formerly bootmaker 1856 but now commercial traveller Adelaide 1867 Application 8618

LOWER, Frederick William general agent Great Bourke St, Melbourne Vic lately residing in Gilbert Place, Adelaide 1869 Memorial 198/244

No 1

LOWER, Henry shoemaker Penwortham 1856[-1865] Memorial 140/99

LOWER, Henry postmaster Penwortham 1857 Memorial 204/129

LOWER, Henry shoemaker Penwortham and Matilda Lower his wife 1861 Memorial 49/178

LOWER, Henry shoemaker Penwortham 1865[-1870] Memorial 301/207

LOWER, Henry cordwainer Penwortham, died 30/12/1899. He left his entire estate to his niece, Florence LINDSTROM widow James St, Glanville Application 25200

LOWER, James Henry farmer Tickera linked with Matthew Lower the Elder farmer Wallaroo 1891 Memorial 158/409

LOWER, Matthew farmer Tickera 1895 Memorial 48/424

No 1

LOWER, Samuel bootmaker Adelaide (King William St) 1862 Memorial 129/184

LOWER, Samuel [formerly bootmaker but now] importer Adelaide (Gilbert Place) 1866[-1869] Memorial 172/209

LOWER, Samuel formerly bootmaker Adelaide (King William St) 1862 but now importer Adelaide 1869 Application 10401

LOWER, Sydney Waldemer chemist Pt Adelaide and Edith Mary Mitton Lower his wife 1898 Application 23729

LOWER, William Edward farmer Hundred of Belvidere 1855 Memorial 340/125

LOWIE, Henry of the Hundred of Inkerman 1886 Memorial 98/374

LOWKE, Peter farmer Section 3004 Hundred of Belvidere 1858 Memorial 255/141

LOWNDES, Thomas Esquire 16 Carlton Villas, Maida Vale, Middlesex, England, died c 1867. All estate to his wife, Martha, and Henry James BLAKE Esquire Chiswick, Middlesex, to sell and set up a trust fund of stocks and shares. His wife to get the income for the rest of her natural life, free from the control of any future husband. After her death, the money to be shared out equally absolutely in remainder expectant to his brother Richard William LOWNDES merchant Hong Kong, his sister Maria LOWNDES widow Liverpool, Lancs, England, his nephew and nieces Hugh, Thomas, Maria and Jane Lowndes, children of Maria Lowndes. If none of the above alive at the time, the estate to go to the heir at law Deposit 84/1875

No 1

LOWNE, James yeoman Hay Valley 1855 Memorial 285/81

LOWNE, James formerly yeoman 1855 but now labourer Hay Valley 1870 Application 11094

LOWREY, James labourer Rosewater 1909 Memorial 122/460

LOWREY, Robert Williams farmer near Rochester Hundred of Yackamoorundie land grant 1880 Grant Book 56 Page 94 County Stanley

LOWRIE, Allan farmer Kulpara 1887 Memorial 39/385

No 1 - the Elder

LOWRIE, James of Tam O'Shanter Belt 1851[-1868] Memorial 140/92

LOWRIE, James of Section 388 Hundred of Yatala 1869 Application 9649

LOWRIE, James farmer Tam O'Shanter Belt near Hindmarsh 1869 Application 9649

No 3 - the Younger

LOWRIE, James farmer Tam O'Shanter Belt 1853 Memorial 147/48

LOWRIE, James farmer Tylden, Co Dalhousie Vic, power of attorney to William Lowrie farmer Hindmarsh to sell land at Pt Gawler for him March 1874. Later that same year, LOWRIE, James farmer late of Tam O'Shanter Belt but now of Woodend near Kyneton Vic LOWRIE, William farmer Tam O'Shanter Belt, brother to James Lowrie July 1874 Application 13346

No 3

LOWRIE, James master mariner Adelaide 1853[-1859]. Much speculation in Little Adelaide allotments Memorial 309/52

LOWRIE, James gentleman Prospect 1858 Memorial 111/143

LOWRIE, James master mariner Prospect 1860 Memorial 116/164

LOWRIE, James master mariner Pt Adelaide 1864 Memorial 267/196

LOWRIE, Neil William solicitor Steamship Buildings 17 Currie St, Adelaide 1969 Application 29686

No 1 - son of James Lowrie the Elder

LOWRIE, William minor Tam O'Shanter Belt 1856 Hundred of Pt Gawler land grant Memorial 261/103

LOWRIE, William farmer Tam O'Shanter Belt 1868 Memorial 120/229

LOWRIE, William farmer formerly of Tam O'Shanter Belt but now of Spalding 1895 Memorial 221/425, Application 22894

LOWRY, Alfred Ernest dyer Adelaide (King William St) 1873 Memorial 10/267

LOWRY, Michael engine fitter Mildura Vic 1874. Engine fitter Gawler by 1891 Application 22054

No 1

LOWRY, Patrick labourer Unley 1860 Memorial 159/185

LOWRY, Mary widow Unley 1882 Application 19408

LOWRY, Mary widow Unley 1883[-1884] Memorial 93/349

No 1

LOWRY, Richard miner Kapunda 1860. Bible Christian Chapel member Enrolment 33/42

LOWRY, Richard farmer near Kapunda 1861[-1864] Memorial 7/179

No 1

LOWSON, George Courtney publican Halfway House Hotel York township on the Port Road Feb 1856-2/3/1874 Application 22071

LOWSON, GC of Pt Adelaide [sic should be York township] linked with Emily Lowson otherwise known as Emily COURTOY also of Pt Adelaide aged about 9 years 1859 Memorial 139/158

LOWSON, George Courtney licensed victualler York township near Adelaide 1863[-1874] Memorial 194/234

LOWSON, George licensed victualler Port Road 1865 [Probably at York] and Mary Ann Lowson his wife Application 6380

LOWSON, George Courtney innkeeper Port Road and Mary Ann Lowson his wife formerly Mary Ann GREY 1868 Application 9187

LOWSON, George Courtney formerly licensed victualler Clare but now out of business 1875 Memorial 147/285

LOWSON, George Courtney retired publican Halifax St, Adelaide, died 26/3/1885, of cirrhosis of the liver, aged 54. Formerly publican of the Halfway House Hotel at York township on the Port Road between 1856-1874 Application 22071

LOWSON, John Alexander and Alexander BAIRD merchants Adelaide trading under the style or firm of Lowson, Baird & Co 1880[-1883] Memorial 85/323

LOWTHER, Cornelius gentleman Adelaide 1865 Memorial 37/206

LOWTHER, Joseph railway porter Adelaide Co Adelaide. Tarcoola (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1901 Grant Book 65 Page 304 County Not named

No 1

LOWTHER, Thomas labourer Highercombe 1861 Memorial 150/178

LOWTHER, Thomas formerly labourer Highercombe 1861 but now farmer Tea Tree Gully 1862 Application 3704

LOWTHER, Thomas farmer Tea Tree Gully and Ann Lowther his wife 1876 Memorial 37/292

LOWTHER, Thomas labourer Tea Tree Gully, died 1/12/1892, of epilepsy, aged 69 Application 24557

LOWTHER, Thomas farmer Tea Tree Gully, died 1/12/1892. Husband of Ann Lowther. Father of Thomas Lowther and Anna GRANT nee Lowther. Grandfather of Harry Grant. Estate worth £735 Memorial 244/415

LOXTON, Albert farmer Tungkillo Hundred of Tungkillo land grant 1876 Grant Book 58 Page 308 County Sturt

No 1

LOXTON, James farmer near Caloote 1890 Memorial 162/406

LOXTON, James farmer Cournamont 1891 Memorial 178/409

LOXTON, Thomas Samuel blocker Moorook, married 3/10/1919 Moorook, Kathleen Uletta COLLINS spinster formerly of Kingston S-E then of North Adelaide but now of Moorook. TR Collins saddler North Adelaide mentioned Memorial 200/483

LOY, Harry engine driver Goolwa 1896 Application 23189

LOY, Robert mason Bowden 1851 Enrolment/

No 1

LUBASCH, Gottfried farmer Balhannah 1849[-1851] Memorial 281/21

LUBASCH, Gottfried farmer Hahndorf 1853[-1856] Memorial 277/73

LUCAS, Alfred farmer Pt Wakefield, had died by 1893 intestate. Letters of administration to Margaret Lucas widow Pt Wakefield Grant Book 27 Page 147 County Gawler

No 1

LUCAS, Alfred Robert Blockley and Richard Bright Lucas gentlemen Adelaide 1884 Memorial 161/357

LUCAS, Alfred Robert Blockley merchant Adelaide and Ellen Lucas his wife 1893[-1898] Memorial 126/416

LUCAS, Alfred Chambers merchant Northgate St, Millswood linked with Priscilla May Lucas spinster same address 1925 Memorial 74/494

No 1

LUCAS, Benjamin bricklayer Gawler East 1858[-1859] Memorial 87/142

LUCAS, Benjamin bricklayer formerly of Gawler but now of Hamilton on the Light 1860 Memorial 76/167

No 1

LUCAS, Charles farmer Eyre Flat Hundred of Kuitpo 1853[-1859] Memorial 317/52

LUCAS, Charles of Kangarilla 1873 Memorial 86/267

No 1

LUCAS, Claude De Neufville Esquire North Adelaide 1867 Memorial 1/219

LUCAS, Claude Deneufville of Anlaby accountant to Henry Dutton of Anlaby near Kapunda 1914[-1917] Memorial 250/473

LUCAS, Doris Alice widow Semaphore. Semaphore Jetty Kiosk operator 1922 Memorial 84/486

LUCAS, Edward MLC of King William St, Adelaide, leased pt TA 171 (a ground floor shop and cellar formerly known as TG BROWN & Sons) 1901 Memorial 194/444

No 1 - perhaps the same person

LUCAS, George farmer Kangaroo Flat. Linked with Matthew Lucas the Elder no description 1881 Memorial 220/331

LUCAS, George farmer Willaston named as the father of a child whom Pauline SCHULZ spinster Greenock bore. He offered to transfer to the mother Section 347 Hundred of English near Eudunda for the support of her and the child. Destitute Board correspondence re this matter 1884 Memorial 116/362

No 2

LUCAS, George tobacconist Kapunda 1910. He was a brother to Henry Lucas labourer Kapunda, who died 18/3/1873 intestate and a bachelor. Estate worth £10. Their mother was Harriet Lucas, who died 7/7/1902 also intestate Application 25883

LUCAS, George Alfred farmer Pt Wakefield, died by 1893 intestate. Margaret Lucas widow Pt Wakefield administered the estate Grant Book 14 Page 330 County Daly

LUCAS, Harry Louis of Wasleys 1883 Memorial 240/349

No 1

LUCAS, Henry labourer Marion on the Sturt, died 28/8/1901 intestate Memorial 103/523

LUCAS, Henry labourer Marion, died 28/8/1901. He and his family lived in a small cottage which was demolished in c1934. After his death in 1901, his three sons remained there until the last one died without issue in 1926. Between 1926-1935, the land remained vacant until Guilo BRAZZOLOTTA labourer The Sturt laid out a market garden on the site. For as long as anyone could remember, the land had an old post and wire fence surrounding it, overgrown by a boxthorn hedge on all sides. Local people referred to the site as the Lucas Block Application 28625

No 1

LUCAS, James tailor Walkerville 1854 Memorial 151/68

No 2

LUCAS, James out of business Edwardstown 1902 Application 24424

LUCAS, James gardener Edwardstown, died c1903. Executor: William Arthur Lucas mercantile clerk Adelaide Memorial 75/449

No 1

LUCAS, JH [probably Jasper Hammet] solicitor's clerk Gawler 1910 Memorial 149/463

LUCAS, JH clerk to WR LEWIS solicitor Gawler 1918 Memorial 161/476

LUCAS, JH law clerk Gawler 1927 Memorial 91/497

LUCAS, Jasper Hammet managing law clerk Gawler 1928, in the employ of FH LEWIS, BLACKBURN, MCCANN & LEADER solicitors Gawler Application 27372

LUCAS, JH law clerk Gawler 1930, linked with a woman called Florence M Lucas no description Application 28089

No 1 - probably the same person

LUCAS, John labourer Norwood 1851 Memorial 127/37

LUCAS, John bricklayer Norwood 1851 Memorial 376/37

LUCAS, John gentleman Norwood 1856 Memorial 293/95

LUCAS, John Charles Matthias licensed victualler Roseworthy 1919 Memorial 11/479

LUCAS, Joseph farmer Eyres Flat near Clarendon 1864 Memorial 133/200

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

LUCAS, Matthes farmer [probably the Elder] near Willaston 1877 Memorial 241/303

LUCAS, Matthew the Younger farmer Gawler 1880 Memorial 245/325

LUCAS, Matthes farmer Gawler Belt near Gawler 1884 Memorial 123/357

LUCAS, Matthes publican Gawler Belt Inn near Gawler 1890 Application 21822

LUCAS, Matthes formerly publican near Gawler 1896 but now farmer near Willaston 1899 Application 23823

LUCAS, Matthes chaffcutter Gawler Belt 1901 Memorial 65/443

LUCAS, Orton gentleman Fenchurch St, London and Loseberry Esher, Surrey, England, died 24/8/1884. He owned land in the Hundred of Goolwa. His son, Percy Lucas, one of his executors, came to work as a greaser in the Sons of Gwalia gold mine in WA under the name of James ELLIS during 1907. He had an accident in the mine and died in the Leonora District Hospital on 24/8/1907, of a fractured skull Application 26386

LUCAS, Oscar Charles farmer Inkerman 1887 Memorial 142/387

lucas, Richard Bright and LUCAS, Alfred Blockley gentlemen Adelaide 1884 Application 20129

No 1

LUCAS, Robert labourer Adelaide 1845 Memorial 223/5

LUCAS, Robert labourer Beer Town near Adelaide 1846 Memorial 261/7

No 2

LUCAS, Robert gardener Adelaide purchased land in Walkerville 1846 Application 3588

LUCAS, Robert gardener Walkerville 1848[-1852] Memorial 319/13

No 1

LUCAS, Robert Bright mercer Adelaide (Hindley St) 1850[-1853] Memorial 70/24

LUCAS, Robert B trader Adelaide 1851 Memorial 191/35

LUCAS, Robert Bright draper Adelaide 1853[-1857] Memorial 161/55

LUCAS, Robert Bright Esquire Adelaide and Margaret Lucas his wife. Mary Lucas mentioned but not described 1859 Memorial 246/152

LUCAS, Robert Bright gentleman North Adelaide 1860 Application 1745

LUCAS, Robert Bright merchant Adelaide 1863 Memorial 31/188

LUCAS, Robert de Neufville civil servant Hawthorn 1904 Memorial 99/450

No 1 - likely to be the same person

LUCAS, Thomas Esquire formerly of Acton Cottage, Poyntz Pass, Co Armagh, Ireland but now of Surryville near Adelaide and Catherine Lucas his wife 1839 Memorial 344/74

LUCAS, Thomas Esquire formerly of Acton Cottage, Poyntz Pass, Co Armagh, Ireland March 1839 but now of Surryville near Adelaide Aug 1839 Application 14722

LUCAS, Thomas gentleman Unley 1843. He began renting a cottage at Reynella from John Reynell, £10 a year for 10 years Memorial 54/3.

LUCAS, Thomas sheepfarmer Hurtle Vale 1845 Memorial 312/5

LUCAS, Thomas Esquire near Adelaide, trustee for Christ Church, O’Halloran Hill 29/3/1848. He and his fellow trustees received a 20 acre grant of a glebe land Enrolment 18/4

LUCAS, Wilhelm carpenter Adelaide 1859 Memorial 311/79

No 1

LUCAS, William gardener Leawood near Adelaide 1858 Memorial 250/132

LUCAS, William gardener Leawood Gardens took over a lease from Francis ANDREWARTHA of portions of Sections 1284 & 1286 Survey B, 16 acres of garden and paddock, for 7 years at £120 a year from George TINLINE MLC and William BAKEWELL Esquire both of Adelaide 1863 Memorial 185/192

LUCAS, William gardener Leawood near Glen Osmond 1860[-1870] Memorial 317/164

No 2

LUCAS, William carrier Narracoorte 1900 Application 24102

No 1

LUCAS, William Bright draper Gawler 1846[-1850] Memorial 493/5

LUCAS, William Bright storekeeper Gawler and LUCAS, Robert Bright mercer Adelaide 1847 Application 19802

LUCAS, William Bright storekeeper Gawler linked with Robert Bright Lucas draper Adelaide (Hindley St) 1850 Memorial 70/24

LUCAS, William Bright farmer North Kapunda 1852[-1854] Memorial 95/39

LUCAS, William Bright storekeeper Kapunda 1856 Memorial 227/100

LUCAS, William Bright storekeeper North Kapunda 1860 Memorial 193/164

No 1

LUCASEY, Charles brickmaker Hindmarsh 1847 Memorial 333/9

LUCASEY, Charles the Elder brickmaker Hindmarsh married Charlotte FRETTINGHAM widow on 25/5/1846 Holy Trinity North Tce Adelaide. Witnesses James and Anne SOUTHERNWOOD. Their only child, Charles White Lucasey the Younger born 25/2/1847 and baptised 28/3/1847 Holy Trinity North Tce Adelaide. Charles Lucasey labourer Hindmarsh died 6/12/1850 intestate, of accidentally falling into a pit, aged 40. An inquest held, Charles BONNEY the coroner. The Widow Lucasey remarried to John SOUTHERNWOOD, but no family. She died 7/7/1854 Melbourne Hospital, Melbourne Vic, of chronic hepatitis, aged 35. She had been born in London, but nothing else known of her. Charles White Lucasey labourer Melbourne 1874. Henry Grabham NUTT musician formerly of Hindmarsh, but now of 1 Alma St, Fitzroy Vic, gave much of the above information, because he knew Charles Lucasey the Elder long before he was married Application 13830

LUCASEY, Charles White formerly brickmaker Hindmarsh 1847 but now labourer Melbourne Vic 1874 Application 13830

LUCE, Henry Edward miner Arltunga 1896 Memorial 194/448

No 1

LUCK, August blacksmith Nuriootpa 1860 Memorial 3/168

LUCK, August butcher formerly of Nuriootpa 1857 now of Sandy Creek 1867 Application 8090

No 1

LUCK, Friedrich farmer Lyndoch Valley 1855 Memorial 393/84

LUCK, Friedrich farmer formerly of Lyndoch Valley 1852 but now of near Gawler 1869 Application 10059

LUCK, Heinrich Theodor Ferdinand linked with Section 38 Hundred of Baldina Co Burra 1885 Memorial 194/66

No 1

LUCKING, James Holmes Esquire Adelaide 1842[-1845] Memorial 159/154

LUCKING, James Holmes merchant Adelaide 1847 Memorial 89/63

LUCKING, James Holmes draper Adelaide 1849 Memorial 84/16

LUCKING, James Holmes draper Adelaide (Hindley St) 1852[-1855] Memorial 11/45

LUCKING, James Holmes draper Adelaide, power of attorney to Thomas GRAVES grocer Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 20/10/1855 Deposit 225/1860

LUCKING, James Holmes formerly draper Adelaide but now absent therefrom 1857 Memorial 145/120

LUCKING, James Holmes gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now absent therefrom 1861 Application 2097

LUCKING, James Holmes gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now in parts beyond the seas 1861 Memorial 148/171

LUCKING, James Holmes Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now in England 1868 Memorial 148/235

LUCKING, James Holmes formerly draper Adelaide (Hindley St) but now in parts beyond the seas 1869 Memorial 176/238

LUCKING, James Holmes Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now of Wandsworth Road, London, Middlesex, England 1875[-1879] Memorial 19/281

LUCKRAFT, Samuel farmer Johnsburg 1886 Memorial 229/379

LUCY, Alfred Everard clerk Kensington Park 1892 Application 22212

LUCY, Edith Annie spinster formerly of Modbury but now of Gilles Plains 1904 Memorial 105/450

LUCY, Edwin Robert Chettle telegraph master Yongala about to marry Lucy EVERARD spinster Marshfield 1881 Memorial 126/331

LUCY, Ralph Everard JP of Modbury 1890 Memorial 213/402

No 1

LUDDY, Jerome clerk to Messrs SHUTTLEWORTH & LETCHFORD auctioneers Adelaide 1882[-1886] Memorial 79/346

LUDDY, J clerk Adelaide 1893 Memorial 39/418

LUDDY, Jerome assistant teacher Brooklyn Park Boys Home Inc 1919 Memorial 31/479

LUDER, Thomas farmer North Rhine 1869 Application 9685

LUDEWIGS, Friedrich farmer Greenock Creek 1853[-1854] Memorial 285/55

No 1

LUDEWIGS, Gustav Adolph gentleman Kensington Villa Magill Road 1851 Memorial 479/31 Husband of Eleanore Helene Maria Ludewigs 1855 Memorial 113/84

LUDEWIGS, Gustav Adolph gentleman Adelaide 1853 Memorial 16/51

LUDEWIGS, Gustav Adolph gentleman Kensington 1855 Memorial 315/95, Application 17012

LUDEWIGS, Helena Eleonora Maria married woman Kensington. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1855 Memorial 240/91, Grant Book 1 Page 29 County Adelaide

LUDEWIGS, Gustav Adolph farmer formerly of Kensington but now of Brownhill Creek and Helena Eleonore Maria Ludewigs his wife 1856 Memorial 209/107

LUDEWIGS, Gustav Adolph farmer Bellair/Belair 1861 Memorial 81/172

LUDEWIGS, Richard Murray Stanley gardener Cudlee Creek 1958 son of Hannah Moisella Ludewigs widow Cudlee Creek a beneficiary under the will of the late Mary Ann BANKS RPA Search 2393

No 1

LUDFORD, Harold George clerk Prospect. Enfield Methodist Church trustee 1930 Memorial 30/503, Application 27786

LUDGATER, Thomas joiner Pt Adelaide 1840 Memorial 319/33

LUDGROVE, Charles of Greenock 1881 Memorial 77/336

LUDING, John carpenter Robe S-E 1857 Memorial 192/131

LUDLOW, William gentleman Adelaide 1880 Memorial 203/324

LUDLOW, William Edward labourer Stepney 1861 Application 2605

LUDWIG, Auguste widow Hundred of Anna Hundred of Anna land grant 1881 Grant Book 17 Page 138 County Eyre

No 1

LUDWIG, Bertha spinster Hundred of Blyth 1892 Memorial 154/414

LUDWIG, Bertha spinster Blyth Hundred of Blyth land grant 1895 Grant Book 56 Page 367 County Stanley

LUDWIG, George labourer Narracoorte 1871[-1874] Memorial 217/254

No 1

LUEBCKE/LUBCKE/LÜBCKE, Christian farmer Gumeracha 1859 Memorial 350/157

LUEBCKE/LUBCKE/LÜBCKE, Christian farmer [formerly of Gumeracha but now of near] Robe 1861 Memorial 200/173

No 1

LUEBCKE/LUBCKE/LÜBCKE, [Christoph Friedrich (probably)] tobacconist Adelaide (69 Rundle St) 1860 Memorial 58/171

LUEBCKE/LUBCKE/LÜBCKE, Christoph Friedrich gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now of parts beyond the sea 1866 Application 7365

LUEBCKE/LUBCKE/LÜBCKE, Christoph Friedrich formerly of Adelaide but now in parts beyond the seas 1869 Memorial 181/241

LUEBCKE/LUBCKE/LÜBCKE, Christoph Friedrich tobacconist Adelaide died c1875. Estate to his daughter, Antoinette CHAMORRO spinster Hamburg, Germany. She appointed Adolph Heinrich Friedrich BARTELS merchant Grenfell St, Adelaide, as her attorney to attend to the estate 11/1/1876 Deposit 70/1876

LUEDEKE, Albert A butcher Pt Lincoln 1932 Memorial 130/505

LUEDERS, Andreas farmer Blumberg 1860 Application 1221

LUEDERS/LUDERS/LÜDERS, Carl Charles farmer Blumberg Hundred of Finniss land grant 1878[-1882] Grant Book 58 Page 36 County Sturt

LUEDERS, Carl Otto Gottfried wheelwright Mannum Co Eyre. Pinnaroo (Hundred of Pinnaroo) township allotment land grant 1907 Grant Book 12 Page 74 County Chandos

No 1

LUENERT, Carl Christian Leopold farmer Hahndorf 1855 Memorial 67/109

LUENERT/LUNERT/LÜNERT, Carl Christian Leopold farmer Hahndorf died 17/5/1869 intestate. Husband of Friedericke Lienert. Estate worth £100 Memorial 14/429

LUENERT/LUNERT/LÜNERT, Julius miner Kooringa 1851 Memorial 131/38

LUENERT, Carl farmer Hahndorf, died 1869 intestate. Husband of Friedericke Luenert nee SIEGMANN Application 23724

LUENERT, Ernst August Louis labourer Hahndorf 1947[-1948] Application 28628

LUENERT, Robert farmer Hahndorf 1899 Application 23724

No 1 - perhaps the same person

LUESTENER/LUESTNER, Carl Wilhelm Heinrich farmer Greenock 1887 Memorial 60/387

LUESTENER, Heinrich farmer Greenock Creek 1853[-1854] Memorial 281/55

LUETZOW/LUTZOW/LÜTZOW, Gustav Adolph farmer Springton 1885 Memorial 151/372

No 1

LUETZOW/LUTZOW/LÜTZOW, Johann Ferdinand storeman Adelaide 7-year lease at £26 a year with right of purchase, 'all those premises together with the fixtures … recently occupied by one HD SCHUETT as a general store' at Springton from Friedrich Wilhelm KLEINSCHMIDT brewer Lobethal 1863 Memorial 282/190

LUETZOW/LUTZOW/LÜTZOW, Johann Ferdinand farmer South Rhine 1877 Memorial 194/305 Storekeeper Springton 1878 Memorial 44/306

LUFFMAN, William farmer The Meadows 1856[-1880] Memorial 263/112

LUGG, Christopher George carter Mitcham 1886 Memorial 55/375

No 1

LUGG, James farmer Enfield 1854 Memorial 229/66

No 2

LUGG, James labourer North Woodside 1883 Memorial 22/353

LUGG, Emma widow North Woodside 1895. She could not write Application 23014

No 1

LUGG, James Nicholls upholsterer Adelaide 1853[-1869] Memorial 452/57, Application 26

LUGG, James Nicholls cabinetmaker Adelaide 1866 Memorial 235/215

LUGG, James Nicholls importer Adelaide 1879 Memorial 163/321

No 1

LUGG, John wheelwright Adelaide (Solomon St off Rosina St) 1851 Memorial 120/35

LUGG, John [formerly of Adelaide but now] of Ballarat Vic sold land in Fullarton 1863 Memorial 30/191

No 1

LUGG, Joseph farmer formerly of Adelaide but now of Pt Elliot 1855 Memorial 127/84

No 1 - perhaps the same person

LUGG, Joseph farmer Mt Charles 1859 Memorial 65/150

LUGG, Joseph carter Nairne 1884 Memorial 212/362

No 1 - likely to be the same person

LUGG, Thomas farmer Pine Forest 1844 Enfield Primitive Methodist Chapel and school trustee Memorial 410/3

LUGG, Thomas miner Enfield 1845 Memorial 475/55

No 2

LUGG, Thomas yeoman Adelaide 1853 Memorial 474/55

LUHRS/LÜHRS, Carl Ludwig carpenter Pt Adelaide 1853[-1874] Memorial 368/48

LUHRS,/LÜHRS, Carsten gentleman Adelaide 1854 Memorial 274/7

No 1 - Johann Heinrich Luhrs

LUHRS/LÜHRS, Heinrich schoolmaster Lobethal 1848 Memorial 108/13

LUHRS/LÜHRS, Heinrich farmer Light Pass 1852[-1855] Memorial 263/41

LUHRS/LÜHRS, Anna Rosine of Light Pass was the widow of JH Lührs Application 14100

No 2 - likely to be a continuation of No 1

LUHRS/LÜHRS, Johann Heinrich shepherd of the Torrens River near Gumeracha 1848 Memorial 186/11

LUHRS/LÜHRS, John farmer near Payneham 1877 Memorial 101/310

LUHRS/LÜHRS, W ironmonger Pt MacDonnell 1884 Memorial 159/362

LUIDO, CD of Angaston 1867 Memorial 39/222

LUIDO, Robert farmer Hay Valley near Nairne 1859 Memorial 299/161

LUKE, Henry Francis labourer Clarence Park. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1910 Grant Book 2 Page 20 County Adelaide

No 1

LUKE, James yeoman Penwortham 1856 Memorial 302/103

LUKE, James yeoman Pewortham died June 1869 Arkaba Station intestate. He left a widow, Margaret Luke widow Penwortham, and two children - Lane SANDS wife of James Sands blacksmith Watervale and Robert Luke licensed victualler Clare - all alive in 1876 Application 15387

LUKE, John miner Moonta. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1867 Grant Book 14 Page 62 County Daly

LUKE, Mary servant to Sir Samuel and Lady DAVENPORT of Beaumont House. £100 in the late Sir Samuel's will 'for faithful services rendered' 1906 Memorial 73/456

No 1

LUKE, Robert licensed victualler formerly of Penwortham but now of Clare 1876 Memorial 200/292

LUKE, Robert licensed victualler Clare 1878 Memorial 18/310

No 1 - likely to be the same person

LUKE, Thomas gentleman Adelaide 1853 Memorial 305/57

LUKE, Thomas shoemaker Adelaide (Hindley St) 1854 Memorial 407/69

No 1

LUKE, Thomas miner Moonta. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1881 Grant Book 14 Page 52 County Daly

LUKE, Thomas farmer Wallaroo, had died by 1904. Executors; Thomas Richard Luke and James Luke farmers Moonta Grant Book 14 Page 96 County Daly

No 1

LUKE, Thomas Richard butcher Penang 1898 Memorial 77/435

LUKE, Thomas Richard butcher Penang Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1902 Grant Book 14 Page 94 County Daly

No 1

LUKE, William miner Kapunda 1849 Memorial 168/26

LUKE, William engineer Kapunda 1856 Memorial 55/110

LUKE, William Henry yeoman Adelaide 1854 Memorial 48/76

LUKEHURST, Herbert farmer Mootatunga trustee Mootatunga Hall 1926 Grant Book 12 Page 251 County Chandos

LUKEMAN, Joseph schoolmaster Tickera. Hundred of Mundoora land grant 1885 Grant Book 14 Page 389 County Daly

LUKEMAN, Thomas labourer Tickera. Hundred of Tickera land grant 1908 Grant Book 14 Page 221 County Daly

LUKEY, Alfred Vaughan formerly grocer and ironmonger Mt Gambier but now out of business Adelaide 1901 Memorial 71/444

LUKEY, Joseph gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now of

Melbourne Vic and Mary Snell Lukey his wife formerly Mary Snell HULL widow 1861 Memorial 268/175

LULY, George Dolling builder North Adelaide 1857 Memorial 243/126

LUMB, John and Parkin farmers McLaren Vale 1887[-1899] Memorial 41/386

No 1

LUMB, Parkin farmer Tanunga/Tarrunga near McLaren Vale 1857 Memorial 316/124

LUMB, Parkin farmer Tarranga McLaren Vale 1865 Memorial 273/201

LUMB, Parkin farmer McLaren Vale, became a bankrupt in 1870 Memorial 122/245

LUMB, Parkin farmer McLaren Vale, died 4/6/1902, of senile decay, aged 87 Application 24816

LUMBERS, Christmas licensed victualler Mill Inn Gawler South 1883 Memorial 194/347

LUMBERS, Emily Simmonds Smith widow Glanville. James Lumbers mentioned but not described 1886 Memorial 186/379

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

LUMBERS, James bootmaker Pt Adelaide 1870[-1869] Memorial 45/244

LUMBERS, James the Elder bootmaker Pt Adelaide linked with James Lumbers the Younger draper Pt Adelaide 1870 Memorial 4/250

LUMBERS, James the Younger draper Pt Adelaide 1875 Application 14403

LUMBERS, James the Younger of Glanville, died 27/10/1882 intestate. Letters of administration to his widow, Emily Simmonds Smith Lumbers, to settle the estate Memorial 128/348

LUMBERS, James Cramond financier Adelaide 1923 Memorial 138/487

No 1

LUMBY, John Pilkington farmer Strathalbyn 1850[-1855] Memorial 146/27

LUMBY, John Pilkington died 15/10/1855 intestate in Maryborough Vic, leaving a widow but no issue. Agnes Pilkington Lumby remarried to George CLARKE and died 4/1/1868 Amhurst Hospital Vic Memorial 239/411

No 1

LUMMER, Hermann storekeeper Sevenhill 1866 Memorial 167/210

LUMMER, H[ermann] postmaster Sevenhill 1867 Memorial 52/220

LUMMER, Hermann out of business Sevenhill 1869 assigned the remainder of his lease of the Black Eagle Hotel Sevenhill to Valentin MAYR publican Sevenhill Memorial 236/242

No 1

LUNDIE, John labourer Portland Estate 1861 Application 2454

LUNDIE, John carter Portland Estate 1864 Application 5078

LUNDIE, John railway porter Portland Estate 1866 Application 7304

LUNDIE, John waterman Portland Estate 1873[-1876] Memorial 22/267

LUNDMAN, Adolph labourer Pt Adelaide and Maria Louise Lundman his wife 1897 Application 23453

LUNDSTROM, Albert William fisherman Goolwa 1923[-1928] Memorial 12/489, Application 27707

LUNDSTROM, Murray John fisherman Goolwa 1949 Memorial 58/524

LUNGLEY, Arthur Robert engineer Adelaide 1883[-1902]Memorial 17/355

No 1

LUNGLEY, George Esquire Jerusalem Coffee House, London, Middlesex, England. Currency Creek Special Survey land grants 1841 Memorial 295/97 FIND - spell bexford.

LUNGLEY, George Esquire Bexford, Suffolk, England, died 11/6/1855. Brother-in-law to Clement TABOR of Rayne near Braintree, Essex, England Memorial 40/133

LUNGLEY, George Esquire, formerly of London, but late of Peyton Hall, Boxford, Suffolk, England, died 11/6/1855. John Griffith FRITH merchant 8 Austin Friars, London, Middlesex, England, issued power of attorney to William ALLEN Esquire temporarily residing in London, but about to return to SA, to manage George Lungley's SA business affairs. William Allen did not fulfil his obligation and died in SA on a date unstated. JG Frith made another power of attorney to Robert STUCKEY Esquire Adelaide to fulfil the task 11/11/1857 Deposits 69 & 401/1858

No 1 - perhaps the same person

LUNN, Frederick Richard Reid gentleman Adelaide 1880 Memorial 78/325

LUNN, Frederick Rich Reid printer Marryatville 1881 Application 18395

LUNN, Frederick Rich Reid printer Marryatville, and his wife Mary Ann Lunn nee POUND daughter of the late John Pound formerly civil servant Norwood but now deceased and his wife, Mary Ann Pound, now widow Norwood 1883 Memorial 180/351

LUNN, John Thomas draper Kensington 1870 Memorial 67/250

LUNN, Joseph farmer Currency Creek 1854 Memorial 52/70

LUNN, Robert of 92 King William St, Adelaide 1865 Memorial 223/206

LUNN, Robert Sampey commercial traveller Yatala Co Adelaide. Pt Augusta West (Hundred of Copley) township allotment land grant 1883 Grant Book 66 Page 160 County Manchester

LUNN, WE proclaimed bank manager Yankalilla 1951 Memorial 114/526

No 1

LUNN, William contractor North Adelaide 1860 Memorial 61/169

LUNN, William hatter North Adelaide (Margaret St). Husband of Sarah Lunn 1873 Memorial 3/291

LUNN, Sarah widow Adelaide 1876 Memorial 210/289

No 1 - likely to be the same person

LUNN, William Edward of Riverton 1859 Memorial 290/161

LUNN, Wiliam Edward draper Clare 1868 Application 9579

LUNN, William Edward storekeeper Clare 1876 Memorial 20/289

LUNNAY, William Bowyer baker Yankalilla. Christ Church Yankalilla trustee 1947 Memorial 49/521

No 1

LUNNISS, Caleb gardener Pt Pirie. Hundred of Crystal Brook land grant 1875[-1876] Grant Book 60 Page 217 County Victoria

LUNNISS, Caleb gardener Pt Pirie Co Victoria. Hundred of Minlacowie land grant 1877 Grant Book 19 Page 252 County Fergusson

No 1

LUNNISS, Thomas coachman Glenelg 1866 Memorial 207/213

LUNNISS, Thomas farmer Glenelg 1870[-1879] Memorial 5/249

LUNNISS, Thomas dairyman Osmond Tce, St Leonards, near Glenelg, died c1905 Memorial 168/454

No 2

LUNNISS, Tom horse trainer Penzance St, New Glenelg 1946[-1952] Memorial 100/520

LUNNISS, Tom horsetrainer 80 Penzance St, New Glenelg, died 28/5/1954. Husband of Gertrude Rubina Lunniss Memorial 110/529

LUNT, William out of business Hindmarsh and Emma Lunt his wife 1917[-1918] Memorial 49/476, Application 26650

LUNTON, HH Savings Bank of SA clerk Adelaide 1877 Memorial 219/305

LUSCOMBE, George labourer Adelaide 1881 Memorial 101/332

LUSCOMBE, James Hawker farmer Clarendon 1853 Memorial 157/52

No 1

LUSCOMBE, Thomas stockholder Mt Barker 1849 Memorial 424/14

LUSCOMBE, Thomas Esquire Woodland Echunga 1855 Memorial 468/79

LUSCOMBE, Thomas Esquire Woodland, Echunga, presently in England 1875 Memorial 245/279

LUSCOMBE, Thomas gentleman Erme Place, Ivybridge, Devon, England, power of attorney to Samuel DAVENPORT Esquire Beaumont, to manage his SA business affairs 2/8/1873 Deposit 11/1874

LUSCOMBE, Thomas gentleman formerly of Mt Barker but now of Erme Place, Ivy Bridge, Devon, England 1875 Memorial 223/284

LUSH, Alice Madeline spinster Strathalbyn 1898 Application 23556

LUSH, Florence Maud widow Goolwa 1965, declared that she had lived in Goolwa for some 50 years Application 29376

LUSH, George farmer Section 79 Currency Creek 1856 Memorial 127/112

LUSH, Henry eucaplyptus manufacturer Tintinara 1894 Application 22765

LUSH, James Arthur farmer Arkaba trustee unnamed Chapel Hundred of Arkaba Hundred of Arkaba land grant 1882 Grant Book 33 Page 3 County Hanson

No 1

LUSH, John stockholder Inman Valley 1851[-1855] Memorial 118/36

LUSH, John farmer Inman Valley 1854 Encounter Bay Independent Chapel trustee Memorial 53/90

LUSH, John landholder Inman Valley 1855[-1861] Memorial 15/91

LUSH, John stockholder Fair View Inman Valley 1863 Application 3887

LUSH, John farmer Inman Valley linked with John Henry Lush and William Isaac Lush farmers of the same place 1866 Memorials 56 & 58/245

LUSH, John Henry farmer Wandearah. Trustee Wesleyan Methodist Chapel Hundred of Wandearah Hundred of Wandearah land grant 1882 Grant Book 60 Page 325 County Victoria

LUSH, Joseph farmer Waitpinga 1849[-1860]. Is this person JW Lush? Memorial 159/16, Application 22439

No 1

LUSH, Joseph William farmer Waitpinga 1849[-1854] Memorial 148/16

LUSH, Joseph William publican Square Water Hole 1856 [Probably somewhere near Waitpinga] Memorial 246/112

LUSH, Joseph William innkeeper Waitpinga 1861 Memorial 297/174

LUSH, Joseph William innkeeper Pt Elliot 1861 Memorial 66/175

LUSH, Joseph William licensed victualler Pt Elliot, died c1865. He left his entire estate to his wife, Margaret Ann Lush Memorial 203/207

LUSH, Margaret Ann widow Currency Creek 1871. Relict of the late Joseph William Lush innkeeper Currency Creek 1861 Application 11471

No 1

LUSH, Martha widow Strathalbyn 1892 Memorial 52/414

LUSH, Martha gentlewoman near Pt Elliot, died 23/12/1896. Mother of Alice Madeline Lush spinster not stated. In 1898, Alice Lush lived in Strathalbyn. Executor: Charles HODGE Congregational minister formerly of Pt Elliot but now of McLaren Vale Memorials 175 & 176/433

LUSH, William Henry farmer Percyton Hundred of Parilla land grant 1910 Grant Book 12 Page 96 County Chandos

LUSH, William licensed victualler Pt Elliot 1862 Memorial 235/183

No 1

LUSH, William Isaac farmer Inman Valley Co Hindmarsh. Hundred of Boucaut land grant 1881 Grant Book 55 Page 39 County Stanley

LUSH, William Isaac farmer Willow Plains trustee unnamed School Hundred of Arkaba Hundred of Arkaba land grant 1885 Grant Book 33 Page 3 County Hanson

LUSH, William Isaac farmer Arkaba Co Hanson. Hundred of Bews land grant 1911 Grant Book 12 Page 8 County Chandos

LUTGE, FD of the Barossa in SA 1882 Memorial 30/340

LUTT, Joseph farmer Mallala 1907 Application 25281

No 1 - perhaps the same person

LUTT, William farmer Mallala 1880 Memorial 115/322

LUTT, William farmer Salisbury. His wife, Mary Ann Lutt nee JUDD, died 21/12/1928 Parkside. Mother of Mary Dolly KING married woman Salisbury Memorial 20/501

KING, Mary Ann married woman Salisbury sometimes known as Mary Dolly King, in remainder expectant absolutely upon the life estate of William LUTT out of business Salisbury 1929 Application 27737

LUTT, William John farmer Salisbury 1935 Application 27982

LUTTEN, Charles labourer Queenstown 1855 Memorial 187/82

LUTTON, Jane widow near Gawler 1857 Memorial 288/119

LUTZ, August baker Woodside 1859 Memorial 288/152

LUTZ, Heinrich Adolph farmer Hundred of Wauraltee 1887 Memorial 18/386

No 1

LUTZ, Heinrich Carl farmer Kilkerran trustee unnamed school Kilkerran Hundred of Kilkerran land grant 1875 Grant Book 19 Page 165 County Fergusson

LUTZ, Heinrich Carl farmer Hamilton Hundred of Kilkerran land grant 1880 Grant Book 19 Page 167 County Fergusson

LUTZ, Heinrich Carl farmer Kilkerran. Julius Wilhelm Carl Lutz mentioned but not described 1887 Memorial 114/384

LUTZ, Heinrich Carl farmer Hundred of Kilkerran Hundred of Kilkerran land grant 1894 Grant Book 19 Page 172 County Fergusson

No 1

LUTZE, Albert Edwin farmer Woodside 1920 Memorial 4/482

LUTZE, Albert Edwin farmer Woodside 1921 Application 26960

LUTZE, August watchmaker Kadina 1872 Application 11859

LUTZE, Carl Adolph farmer Daveyston 1872 Memorial 138/263

LUTZE, Carl Heinrich the Younger farmer Yorketown Hundred of Wauraltee land grant 1882 Grant Book 19 Page 223 County Fergusson

No 1

LUTZE, Friedrich August Carl blacksmith Sheaoak Log 1855 Memorial 374/89

LUTZE, Carl machinist Hamilton 1863 Application 4495

LUTZE, Friedrich August Carl blacksmith Hamilton on the Light 1864 Memorial 166/197

LUTZE, Carl blacksmith and machinist Hamilton on the Light, became a bankrupt in 1869 Memorials 6 & 7/239

No 1

LUTZE, Heinrich Christian Julius farmer Sheaoak Log 1867 Application 8271

LUTZE, Julius farmer Daveyston 1871 Memorial 137/263

LUTZE, Heinrich Christian Julius farmer Kilkerran trustee unnamed school Kilkerran Hundred of Kilkerran land grant 1875 Grant Book 19 Page 165 County Fergusson

LUTZE, Heinrich Christian Julius farmer Hoyleton Hundred of Kilkerran land grant 1880 Grant Book 19 Page 167 County Fergusson

LUTZE, Heinrich Christian Julius farmer Kilkerran Hundred of Kilkerran land grant 1883 Grant Book 19 Page 170a County Fergusson

No 1

LUXMOORE, FW storekeeper Pt Vincent 1877 Memorial 138/303

LUXMOORE, FW agent Pt Vincent 1881 Memorial 80/331

LUXMOORE, Frederick William shipping agent Pt Vincent 1884[-1892] Memorial 238/356

No 1 – perhaps the same person

LUXMOORE, Frederick William gentleman Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of Dudley land grant 1882 Grant Book 11 Page 9 County Carnarvon

LUXMORE, Frederick William agent Pt Vincent trustee Institute Pt Vincent township allotment land grant 1910 Grant Book 19 Page 468 County Fergusson

LUXMOORE, John auctioneer and woolbroker Adelaide 1880 Memorial 247/326

LUXMOORE, John gentleman Glenelg 1901 Memorial 174/442

No 1

LUXMOORE, John Henry gentleman Brighton Co Adelaide. Hundred of Dudley land grant 1882 Grant Book 11 Page 10 County Carnarvon

LUXMOORE, John Henry agent Adelaide 1889[-1903] Memorial 81/400

LUXMOORE, John Henry gentleman Brighton. St Jude's Anglican Church trustee 1914 Memorial 167/504

No 1 - likely to be the same person

LUXMOORE, William George clerk to Messrs SMITH & CULLIN ?? solicitors Gawler 1855 Memorial 128/94

LUXMOORE, William George manager Jamestown 1879 Memorial 57/313

LUXMOORE, William George manager Somerton 1880 Memorial 56/328

LUXMOORE, William George wool broker Adelaide, about to leave the province for England and other parts beyond the sea for some time, power of attorney to John LUXMOORE wool broker Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 15/2/1882. Rachael Luxmoore married Alexander Macgeorge. On 22/1/1886, he was living temporarily in Melbourne Vic, power of attorney to Joel ROBERTS agent Adelaide, to attend to the estate of James WALSH Esquire of Norwood and later Burnside, who died at sea while on his way to England 25/4/1873. J Roberts was already one of the original trustess under the will Deposits 76/1882, 49/1886 & 47/1905

LUXMOORE, William George gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now of Melbourne Vic 1889 Memorial 76/400

LUXTON, George Frederick of Pt Elliot; a member of the National Building and Investment Society 1877 Memorial 15/226

LUXTON, James of Adelaide; trustee of the Second SA Building and Investment Society 1855 Memorial 187/92

No 1

LUXTON, William labourer College Town 1852 Memorial 381/42

LUXTON, William farmer Adelaide 1853[-1857] Memorial 167/52

LYALL, DA fruitgrower Auburn 1921 Application 27017

No 1

LYALL, James United Presbyterian Church minister Adelaide 1873 Memorial 32/268

No 2

LYALL, James carrier Stirling East 1875 Memorial 236/282

LYALL, James carrier near Stirling 1883 Memorial 42/351

No 1

LYALL, James Bagster and John Lyall brewers Chelsea, Middlesex, England became owners of land in the Eastern Sources of the Torrens, as creditors for £300 in the bankruptcy of Charles BECK the Younger merchant Adelaide 1845 Memorial 406/4

LYALL, James Bagster gentleman Castle Frome, near Bromyard, Co Hereford, England, power of attorney to William BAKEWELL and William David SCOTT solicitors Adelaide, to sell sections of land in the Eastern Sources of the Torrens 24/7/1865 Deposit 63/1872

No 1

LYALL, John farmer Strathalbyn 1858 Memorial 348/131

LYALL, John of Strathalbyn 1859 Application 926

LYALL, John W of the Commercial Bank Narracoorte 1881 Memorial 111/328

No 1

LYALL, William ship’s carpenter Pt Adelaide, died intestate and unmarried c1854/1855. His father, James LYALL labourer Auchrenny, Panbride, Co Forfar, Scotland, as heir at law, power of attorney to Thomas ELDER Esquire Adelaide, to sell the total estate and wind up associated business matters 25/6/1855 Deposit 623/1855

No 2

LYALL, William farmer Kangaroo Island. Hundred of Dudley land grant 1882 Grant Book 11 Page 8 County Carnarvon

LYALL, William linked with Section 123 Hundred of Dudley Co Carnarvon 1886 Memorial 7/380

LYAS, Frederick labourer Black Forest 1852[-1856] Memorial 249/45

LYDDON, James farmer Sedan 1876 Memorial 43/290

LYDDY, Joseph warehouseman Adelaide 1884 Memorial 229/362

LYFORD, Vera Matilda Margaret formerly hotelkeeper Hawker, Blinman and Carrieton then hotel employee Crafers and Aldgate but now out of business Warooka 1936 Memorial 103/509

LYKE, George licensed victualler Section 1283 Gilbert River 1848 Memorial 291/13

No 1

LYLE, John carpenter Portland Estate 1866 Memorial 232/214

LYLE, John joiner Flinders St, Adelaide, died c1873. Trustees John COLE Senr farmer Woodbury Penwortham, and Henry James PRITCHARD printer Gilles St, Adelaide. Wife Elizabeth Ann Lyle to inherit house on Town Acre 286 Flinders St. Daughter Prudence Cleverdon Lyle to inherit house on Town Acre 285 Hutt St. The two women to share J Lyle’s personal estate equally Enrolment 1/52

No 1

LYLE, Thomas Sluman carpenter Adelaide 1858 Memorial 124/140

LYLE, Thomas Sluman bank messenger Adelaide 1872 Memorial 196/258

No 1

LYMBURNER, Adam Lymburner Esquire Para Plains 1849 Memorial 123/14

LYMBURNER, Adam Lymburner farmer Para Plains. Hundred of Yatala land grant 1850[-1854] Enrolment 97/7, Grant Book 1 Page 61 County Adelaide

LYME, Mary of Glenelg 1872 Memorial 180/258

LYMES, Martin Vincent labourer Willaston 1920 Application 26858

No 1

LYNAM, James engineer Pt Adelaide 1850[-1858] Memorial 329/23

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

LYNAN, James hawker Bowden 1869[-1889] Memorial 42/237

LYNAM, James hawker Bowden 1899 Memorial 19/437

LYNAM, James gardener Bowden, died c1900. Brother of John Lynam. Executor; William GIBSON formerly storekeeper Bowden but now out of business Fitzroy Memorial 5/440

No 1

LYNAM, John railway ganger Edeowie 1900 Memorial 27/440

No 1 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

LYNAM, John labourer Fourth St, Bowden, died 9/2/1906. Executor; Edward Joseph MONCK carriage builder Southwark (linked with A Monck of Gouger St Adelaide) Memorial 72/455

LYNAM, Thomas brushmaker Bowden, died 16/5/1905, of morbus cordis, aged 70. Linked with John Lynam labourer Fourth St, Bowden, who had become known as James Lynam in official business, because the State Government Railways had wrongly recorded his name. He reverted to the name John Lynam when he made his will Application 25158

No 1

LYNCH, Austin farmer Kapunda 1861 Memorial 229/175

LYNCH, Austin farmer Yongala, a widower, died 11/6/1881. He left his whole estate (worth £5) to his three children, John Lynch farmer Yalpara and Michael Lynch, and Mary Ann HARTIGAN wife of John Hartigan farmer Yongala Application 20232

No 1 - likely to be the same person

LYNCH, Bernard farmer Salisbury 1856 Memorial 204/103

LYNCH, Bernard farmer Virginia 1859 Memorial 391/160

LYNCH, Bernard farmer formerly of Salisbury 1856 but now of near Mintaro 1864 Application 5295

LYNCH, Cornelius farmer Meadows North Co Hindmarsh. Hawker (Hundred of Wonoka) township allotment land grant 1890[-1893] Grant Book 5 Page 16 County Blachford

LYNCH, Daniel Christopher watchmaker Gawler 1885 Memorial 170/367

No 1

LYNCH, Edward Francis farmer Maitland Pt Victoria township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 19 Page 204 County Fergusson

LYNCH, Edward Francis storekeeper Quorn Hundred of Pichi Richi land grant 1879 Grant Book 49 Page 22 County Newcastle

LYNCH, Edward Francis storekeeper Quorn trustee Public Cemetery Quorn Hundred of Pichi Richi land grant 1881 Grant Book 49 Page 26 County Newcastle

No 1 - likely to be the same person

LYNCH, Eugene policeman Adelaide 1867 Memorial 222/219

LYNCH, Eugene of Adelaide 1889 Memorial 132/396

No 1

LYNCH, Francis of Flinders St, Adelaide 1872 Memorial 31/357

No 2

LYNCH, Francis farmer Killanoola, had died by 1895. Executor – Patrick COSGROVE of Broken Hill NSW Grant Book 50 Page 155 County Robe

LYNCH, HG store manager Booleroo Centre 1896 Memorial 129/429

LYNCH, Hugh butcher Pt Wakefield 1851 Memorial 361/36

No 1

LYNCH, James labourer Adelaide 1841 Memorial 7/11 Labourer Preliminary Section 346 near Adelaide 1841 Memorial 6/11

LYNCH, James mason Twyford near Adelaide 1852 Memorial 35/46

LYNCH, James farmer Twyford 1858 Application 149

LYNCH, James formerly labourer Section 346 near Adelaide [possibly as an employee of William MALPAS gentleman, who owned the Section] 1841 now labourer near Magill 1867 Application 8592

LYNCH, James gentleman near Magill 1880 Application 18317

No 2

LYNCH, James labourer Mt Gambier 1881 Memorial 137/332

LYNCH, James labourer Mt Gambier 1883 Application 19758

No 3

LYNCH, James farmer and grazier Johnburgh linked with James Lynch farmer Stone Hut and Michael Thomas Lynch farmer Wirrabara 1928 Memorial 127/500

LYNCH, James Edward farmer Sutherlands Hundred of Neales land grant 1900 Grant Book 17 Page 202 County Eyre

No 1

LYNCH, John farmer Para Plains 1853 Hundred of Gilbert land grant Memorial 343/81

LYNCH, John and Michael farmers Gilbert River 1857 Memorial 26/135

LYNCH, John farmer formerly of the Para Plains but now of near Riverton 1860[-1865] Memorial 223/162

LYNCH, John farmer Riverton 1881 Grant Book 13 Page 196 County Dalhousie

No 1

LYNCH, John Joseph labourer Copperhouse near Kooringa. His wife, Ethel Beatrice Florence Maud Lynch, of Elizabeth St, Lostwithiel near Kooringa, died 14/4/1923. Mother of Dulcie Patricia MCDONALD and Joyce Lorraine McDonald. John NICKLES labourer Copperhouse near Kooringa to be guardian of the children [Formerly a widow, as Mrs EBFM McDonald, she married JJ Lych on 9/11/1921] Memorial 191/490 & Application 28886

LYNCH, Ethel Beatrice Florence Maud wife of John Joseph Lynch Elizabeth St, Lostwithiel near Burra, died 14/4/1923. She left the whole of her real and personal estate to her husband, provided he gave their daughters, Dulcie Patricia McDonald and Joyce Lorraine McDonald, half the proceeds if he ever sold any of the land. If the estate were still intact following his death, then the two girls to inherit the entire estate as tenants in common in equal shares 1952 Application 28886

No 1

LYNCH, Martin farmer Mt Gambier 1860 Memorial 288/163

LYNCH, Martin farmer Mt Gambier Hundred of Caroline land grant 1866 Grant Book 31 Page 7 County Grey

LYNCH, Martin farmer Hundred of Caroline Hundred of Caroline land grant 1884 Grant Book 31 Page 4 County Grey

LYNCH, Mary widow near Watervale 1893 Memorial 60/416

No 1 - likely to be the same person

LYNCH, Michael farmer Para Plains 1854[-1860] Memorial 119/67

LYNCH, Michael farmer formerly of Para Plains 1854 but now of Riverton 1864 Application 5545

LYNCH, Michael farmer Tarlee 1883 Memorial 217/348

No 2 - perhaps the same person; perhaps a continuation of No 1

LYNCH, Michael of Stone Hut 1896 Memorial 16/427

LYNCH, Michael farmer Yongala 1896 Memorial 57/429

LYNCH, Michael farmer Yongala 1905 Grant Book 13 Page 208 County Dalhousie

No 1

LYNCH, Michael Mary watchmaker Gawler 1899[-1919] Memorial 186/439

LYNCH, Michael Mary optician Gawler 1928 Application 27609

LYNCH, MJ draper Booleroo Centre 1889 Memorial 76/396

LYNCH, Owen of Gawler 1861 Memorial 157/185

LYNCH, Phillip labourer Shannon Place, Adelaide, inherited his house in Adelaide, and Pt allotment 1 Section 342 Magill from his wife, Anne Lynch, who died 9/12/1889 of pneumonia, aged 54. Philip Lynch died 1/2/1898. He left his personal estate and money to Mary Lynch wife of Thomas Lynch. He left his real estate (Allotment 342 Magill and 6 Queen St, Pimlico, Middlesex, England) to his nephew Matthew Patrick Lynch son of Thomas Lynch Waymouth St, Adelaide 1898 Application 23549

LYNCH, Terence labourer Yongala 1910 Grant Book 13 Page 210 County Dalhousie

No 1

LYNCH, William farmer Thebarton 1849 Hundred of Munno Para land grant Memorial 307/13 Farmer Gawler Plains 1851[-1854] Memorial 452/33 Hundred of Waterloo land grant 1854 Memorial 156/69

LYNCH, William farmer Light 1857 Enrolment 52/33

LYNCH, William farmer Golden Grove Hundred of Waterloo land grant 1858 Grant Book 44 Page 360 County Light

LYNCH, William farmer Gawler Plains 1859 Memorial 110/152

LYNCH, William farmer formerly of Gawler Plains but now of the Light River 1863 Memorial 312/190

No 2

LYNCH, William splitter near Lake Roy Hundred of Hynam land grant 1880 Grant Book 29 Page 166 County MacDonnell

LYNE, William Thomas gardener The Sturt, power of attorney to Hannibal LYNE of Parkside 8/6/1887 Deposit 68/1887

No 1

LYNN, George of Pt Lincoln 1876 Memorial 148/289

LYNN, George labourer Pt Lincoln 1909, declared that he had lived in Pt Lincoln for the last 50 years Application 25719

LYNN, George labourer Pt Lincoln 1915 Memorial 31/475

No 1

LYON, Alexander stone quarrier Mt Barker 1853 Memorial 145/55

LYON, Alexander of Littlehampton 1859 Application 798

LYON, Alexander overseer of roads Littlehampton. Chairman Nairne Land, Building and Investment Society 1865 Memorial 88/205

LYON, Alexander stationman Littlehampton 1868 Memorial 113/234

LYON, Alexander roadman Littlehampton 1869 Memorial 116/236

LYON, Alexander road overseer Littlehampton 1883 Memorial 51/352

LYON, Alexander overseer of roads Littlehampton 1883 said that he had been Chairman of the Nairne Permanent Building Society when it disbanded in 1867 Application 19124

LYON, Alexander gentleman Littlehampton 1887 Application 21167

LYON, Alexander out of business Littlehampton 1891 Application 22044

LYON, Carrisbrooke Esquire Adelaide 1855[-1857] Memorial 450/93

LYON, David Cobbett labourer East Wellington Hundred of Seymour land grant 1895[-1896] Grant Book 54 Page 123 County Russell

No 1

LYON, James Carrisbrook Esquire Mt Gambier 1860[-1869] Memorial 65/166

LYON, JC stipendiary magistrate Mt Gambier 1862[-1864] Memorial 311/181

LYON, William contractor East Wellington Hundred of Seymour land grant 1895 Grant Book 54 Page 123 County Russell

No 1

LYON, William Walker blacksmith Lacepede Bay 1870 Memorial 132/248

LYON, William Walker blacksmith Towitta 1876 Grant Book 17 Page 311 County Eyre

LYON, William Walker blacksmith Sedan 1876 Memorial 43/290

LYON, William Walker blacksmith [formerly of Lacepede Bay but now] of Murray Flats near Sedan 1877 Memorial 98/298

No 1

LYONS, Charles labourer North Kapunda 1852[-1855] Memorial 103/39

LYONS, Charles carter Kapunda 1856[-1859] Memorial 319/99

No 2

LYONS, C clerk to Messrs WRIGHT Bros land agents Adelaide 1858 Memorial 23/148

LYONS, Charles clerk to WRIGHT Bros land agents Adelaide 1862[-1868] Memorial 167/181

LYONS, Charles licensed broker Adelaide 1881 Memorial 158/329

LYONS, Charles JP of Adelaide 1890 Memorial 202/405

LYONS, Charles Henry farmer Wild Horse Plains Co Gawler. Hundred of Pinnaroo land grant 1908 Grant Book 12 Page 43 County Chandos

LYONS, Daniel gentleman Thebarton 1851[-1854] Memorial 334/36

LYONS, Henry farmer Brighton Memorial 238/22

No 1

LYONS, James bootmaker Gawler 1849[-1851] Memorial 450/18

No 2

LYONS, James labourer Mt Gambier 1876[-1877] Memorial 168/291

LYONS, James A, James A LAKE and WH WHITTING agreed on the boundaries of their adjoining individual sheep runs in the north-eastern corner of SA. Each squatter to get one creek in his share. Kangaroo Rat Hole Creek, Elder Creek and Amerambookoo Creek mentioned. Agreement signed at Queenstown in 1863. Henry Lake no description was a witness Memorial 291/205

No 1 - perhaps the same person

LYONS, Joel storekeeper Bowden 1856 Memorial 18/171

LYONS, Joel grocer Kent Town 1879 Memorial 87/314

LYONS, Joel Collier provision merchant Adelaide (Hindley St) 1887 Memorial 188/382

LYONS, John and Mary lived on Allotment 70 George St, Marion, on which they built a house. Mary Lyons died 1883 and John Lyons died 1911.Two-three years later, the house was demolished. Bridget Jane HARRIS of Nile St, Exeter, born 1868, and her brother, Michael Lyons, were the children of John and Mary Lyons. Michael Lyons died 19/9/1886, leaving a widow, Sarah Lyons, and two children. Born in Adelaide, she was the daughter of Murty MCMAHON and Ellen DILLON. As a domestic servant of no fixed address, she married George Ambrose HARTWELL 53 widower male nurse Cromwell House, Collins St, Melbourne Vic, on 7/10/1912 St Francis's RC Church, Melbourne Vic. By 1929, Sarah Hartwell was living at 66 Birkenhead St, North Fitzroy Vic; her daugher Ethel WURFEL married woman lived in Melbourne Vic, and her son George James Lyons collector, lived in Irish Harp Rd, Prospect Application 27721

LYONS, John Alexander farmer Wild Horse Plains Co Gawler. Hundred of Pinnaroo land grant 1908 Grant Book 12 Page 43 County Chandos

LYONS, Joseph Abeem John mason Gawler South 1935 Memorial 125/509

LYONS, JC Special Magistrate Mt Gambier 1869 Memorial 42/281

No 1

LYONS, Michael teamster Marion 1882 Memorial 191/345

LYONS, Michael teamster The Marion and Sarah Lyons his wife 1883[-1886] Memorial 25/350

LYONS, Sarah widow Marion sister to Ann MCNAMARA wife of Michael McNamara contractor Marion on the Sturt 1894 Memorial 62/421

LYONS, Sarah wife of Michael Lyons teamster Marion, had lived in Victoria for three years during the 1880s. By 1895, she was a widow and living in Melbourne Vic. She was the former Miss MCMAHON, daugher of Morty McMahon farmer Marion Applications 22879 & 22880

LYONS, Thomas gentleman Adelaide 1854[-1855] Memorial 12/67

LYONS, Thomas William draughtsman Adelaide 1867 Memorial 100/219

No 1

LYONS, Timothy farmer Tarcowie 1889 Memorial 108/399

LYONS, Timothy farmer Tarcowie. Hundred of Pekina land grant 1934 Grant Book 13 Page 176 County Dalhousie

LYONS, William sawyer Penola 1862[-1881] Memorial 32/335

LYSAGHT, AC storeman Jamestown 1877 Memorial 203/296

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LYSAGHT, Daniel farmer Yongala 1889[-1894] Memorial 179/396

LYSAGHT, Daniel farmer Yongala. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1898 Grant Book 13 Page 205 County Dalhousie

LYSAGHT, John of Crystal Brook. Hundred of Crystal Brook land grant 1879 Grant Book 60 Page 230 County Victoria

LYSAGHT, Michael farmer Saddleworth 1861 Memorial 178/177

LYSAGHT, Patrick labourer Kapunda Co Light. Hundred of Bundaleer land grant 1874 Grant Book 60 Page 70 County Victoria