Extracts from SA General Registry Office (GRO) Information

From the foundation of South Australia as a colony in December 1836 up until the implementation of the Real Property Act (Torrens Title System) in 1858, all deeds and records of land and other similar transactions were held at the South Australian General Registry Office (GRO).  The role of the GRO covered more than just property transactions and included mortgages, conveyances, leases, land grants, indentures, wills and other records which were deposited with the office.  Documents called memorials represent those original deeds registered and held by the GRO, whereas documents known as deposits or enrolments are certified copies held by the GRO.  These GRO records are now held at the S.A. Land Services Group, corner of Marion Road and Richmond Road, Netley where such records for early landowners and pioneer settlers are available upon suitable application.

 

Reg Butler (Hahndorf Historian), together with considerable help over an extended period of time, extracted relevant details from the GRO records.  These consist of data extracted from GRO Applications, Deposits, Enrolments, Land Grants, Memorials, and RPA Searches.  Individual extracted details were subsequently merged together by Reg under a common name or title forming the following Merged Lists listed below.

 

The following information was extracted basically 'as is' from Reg's unpublished computer working files as at c2014.  Although it is certain that when compiling such data Reg took all available means to ensure accuracy and has provided appropriate references for most information, it is left to the reader to determine the validity of all such data.  Under no circumstances will Reg Butler correspond about or discuss any of the material or data included in any pages containing information extracted from his computer files.

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Bed* - Bow*

Box* - By*

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Che* - Com*

Con* - Cu*

Da* - Dic*

Die* - Dy*

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Fo* - Fy*

Ga* - Gol*

Gom* - Gy*

Ha* - Han*

Har* - Hel*

Hem* - Hof*

Hog* - Hy*

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La* - Lev*

Lew* - 'Ly*

Ma* - Maz*

McA* - McW*

Me* - Mom*

Mon* - My*

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Pa* to Per*

Pes* to Py*

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Ra* - Roa*

Rob* - Rz*

Sa* - Sc*

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Sm* - Sq*

St* - Sy*

Ta* to Thr*

Thu* to Ty*

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Wa* - Wee*

Weg* - Will*

Wilm*- Wy*

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

Names Beginning  'Ma*' to 'Maz*'

MAAG, Jacob Nessen gardener Brownhill Creek 1880 Memorial 10/325

MAAHR, Andrew licensed victualler Adelaide (Gouger St) 1876 Memorial 59/293

MAAS, Bernard hairdresser Adelaide (Pt Town Acre 78 - probably Hindley St) 1880 Memorial 208/324

No 1

MABER, George carpenter Kingston S-E Lacepede Bay 1861 Memorial 197/172

MABER, George of Lacepede Bay 1863 Memorial 276/191

MABLESON, Frederick labourer Marryatville 1871 Memorial 245/252

No 1

MACARTHUR, Donald sheep farmer Lime Stone Ridge Station near Penola 1875 Memorial 188/282

MACARTHUR, Donald sheep farmer Limestone Ridge, died 17/5/1882. Executors of his estate: his wife, Catherine Macarthur and Archibald MacDonald sheep farmer Condon Portland Road Vic and Angus MacDonald selector Limestone Ridge Memorial 192/357

macarthur, Hannibal Hawkins Esquire Parramatta NSW, power of attorney to Eleazer Levi MONTEFIORE merchant Adelaide, to sell mortgaged property in Adelaide (John Henry HUGHES and John HOSKING merchants Sydney had defaulted) 8/12/1843 Enrolment 19/1

MACARTHUR, William wheeler Willunga 1853[-1854] Memorial 89/51

No 1

MACARTNEY, John Arthur grazier Waverley Broadsound Qld 1889[-1896] Memorial 201/399

MACARTNEY, John Arthur grazier Waverley Broadsound Qld, power of attorney to Charles Fletcher FENN and Charles Burton HARDY solicitors Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 29/8/1889 Deposit 124/1889

MACARTNEY, Thomas builders Marden 1914 Application 26305

No 1

MACARTY, John Bernard soap manufacturer Kensington 1855[-1856] Memorial 344/93

MACARTY, John Bernard soapboiler Kensington 1858 Memorial 409/147

MACARTY, John Bernard soap and candle manufacturer Kensington 1860 Memorial 167/166

No 1

MACAULAY, Aulay civil engineer Adelaide 1850[-1862] Memorial 169/28 Husband of Amelia Eliza Macaulay 1862 Memorial 215/262

MACAULAY, Aulay civil engineer Pine Forest North Road 1860 Memorial 233/166

MACAULAY, Aulay civil engineer St John Wood near Adelaide 1860[-1872] Memorial 107/167

MACAULAY, Aulay surveyor North Road rented his home from Dr MORTON 1862 Application 3098

MACBEAN, John Minister of the Gospel Inverbrackie 1853[-1865] Memorial 484/62

MACBEATH, Donald farmer Goolwa 1860[-1864] Memorial 344/167

MACBEATH, John licensed victualler [Caledonian Inn] Pt Adelaide 1842 Application 28779

No 1

MACBEATH, William [possibly the Elder?] gardener Fourth Creek 1850 Memorial 297/20

No 2

MACBEATH, William stockkeeper Terlinga Station 1850 Memorial 1/25

MACBEATH, William the Younger innkeeper Mt Pleasant 1856 Memorial 486/98

MACBEATH, William stockkeeper formerly of Mt Pleasant but now of Lake Albert 1865 Memorial 298/203

MACBRIDE, Alexander draper Adelaide (King William St) 1866 Memorial 40/218

MACBRIDGE, Henry yeoman Pt Adelaide 1854 Memorial 427/77

MACCARRON, Patrick labourer Hope Valley 1850 Memorial 358/21

MACCORMAC, Andrew artist North Adelaide Co Adelaide. Penneshaw (Hundred of Dudley) township allotment land grant 1882 Grant Book 11 Page 37 County Carnarvon

MACCORMACK, John Edward plasterer Adelaide 1875 Memorial 213/280

No 1

MACCORMACK, Michael farmer Allen Creek near Kapunda 1875 Memorial 155/280

MACCORMACK, Michael teamster Allen Creek near Kapunda 1875 2Application 14186

MACCORMACK, Nicholas Chevalier land agent Adelaide 1920[-1925] Application 26899, Memorial 109/492

No 1

MACDERMOTT, Marshall Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now of Kooringa 1860 Memorial 106/168

MACDERMOTT, Marshall Esquire Kooringa 1864 Application 5441

MACDERMOTT, Marshall Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now of Redruth 1865 Memorial 331/200

No 1

MACDERMOTT, Mary no details sister-in-law to the late Edward OWENS farmer Adelaide 1853 He left his estate to his children [mentioned but not named] Memorial 220/69

MACDERMOTT, Mary widow The Sturt 1854 Executrix for the will of Edward OWEN deceased Memorial 216/68

MACDONA, Ambrose Lancelot dairyman Findon 1906 Memorial 105/455

No 1

MACDONALD, A linked with Sections 604, 605 District B 1850 Memorial 348/168

No 2

MACDONALD, A of Donnybrook 1859 Memorial 305/159

No 3

MACDONALD, A watchmaker Young St, Kent Town 1875 Application 14442

MACDONALD, Albert horse trainer 116 Moore St, New Glenelg Co Adelaide. Hundred of Walloway land grant 1949 Grant Book 13 Page 233 County Dalhousie

No 1

MACDONALD, Alexander Esquire Preliminary Section 510 1850 Memorial 383/22

MACDONALD, Alexander Esquire Gaskmore [on the Torrens] near Adelaide 1851 Enrolment 3/22

No 2

MACDONALD, Alexander Manager Adelaide Branch Union Bank of Australia 1851 Memorial 343/37

No 3

MACDONALD, Alexander storekeeper Clare 1858 Memorial 16/140

MACDONALD, Alexander [formerly storekeeper but now] cordial manufacturer Clare 1869[-1876] Memorial 20/241

MACDONALD, Alexander formerly storekeeper 1860 now ginger beer brewer Donnybrook near Clare 1870 Application 10495

No 4

MACDONALD, Alexander MP of Belair North 1890 Memorial 136/406

No 1

MACDONALD, Alexander Cornfute grazier Edwin Tce, Gilberton 1926 Memorial 14/495

MACDONALD, Alexander Cornfute grazier formerly of Edwin Tce, Gilberton but now of Macclesfield 1927 Application 27610

No 1 - perhaps the same person

MACDONALD, Allan farmer Hundred of Munno Para 1851 Memorial 233/34

MACDONALD, Allan farmer near Clare 1865 Application 6463

No 1

MACDONALD, Allan Gordon agent Melton. Melton (Hundred of Kulpara) township allotment land grant 1907 Grant Book 14 Page 482 County Daly

MACDONALD, Allan Gordon farmer Melton, died 19/12/1935. Executrix – Catherine McLeay spinster Melton 1942 Grant Book 14 Page 341 County Daly

No 1

MACDONALD, Aloysius Bank of NSW Manager Adelaide Branch 1893 Application 22483

MACDONALD, Aloysius bank manager Adelaide 1899 Memorial 70/439

MACDONALD, Catherine widow Booyoolie. Hundred of Booyoolie land grant 1877 Grant Book 60 Page 150 County Victoria FIND HUSBAND

No 1

MACDONALD, Charles draper Adelaide 1853 Memorial 471/55

MACDONALD, Charles draper formerly of Lyndoch township but now of Adelaide 1862 Memorial 254/182

MACDONALD, Charles Arthur engineer Sydney NSW 1900 Memorial 129/440

MACDONALD, Charles Leslie sharebroker Glenelg 1889 Memorial 34/398

MACDONALD, Christina widow Orroroo relict of the late David MacDonald no description 1886 Memorial 226/373

No 1

MACDONALD, Donald farmer The Finniss 1858[-1867] Memorial 190/143

MACDONALD, Donald farmer Lower Finniss Hundred of Nangkita, died 1873. He left his entire estate in equal shares to his two sons, Murdoch and John MacDonald, absolutely Memorial 115/267

No 1 - likely to be the same person

MACDONALD, Elizabeth widow Macclesfield 1854 Enrolment 44/32

MACDONALD, Elizabeth widow Strathalbyn 1854[-1855] Memorial 332/67

MACDONALD, Ewen farmer Lower Finniss Adelaide 1854 Memorial 495/78

No 1

MACDONALD, George Alexander farm labourer Orroroo. Hundred of Walloway land grant 1912 Grant Book 13 Page 230 County Dalhousie

MACDONALD, George Alexander farmer Orroroo, died 25/7/1915. Executrix - Annie MacDonald widow Orroroo 1918 Grant Book 13 Page 231 County Dalhousie

MACDONALD, George Alexander farmer Orroroo, died 25/7/1915. Executrix - Annie MacDonald widow Orroroo 1918 Grant Book 13 Page 231 County Dalhousie

MACDONALD, Henriette married woman Paradise [perhaps wife of Harold Edwin MacDonald] 1912 Application 26058.

MACDONALD, Hugh storekeeper One Tree Hill in the Sources of the Little Para 1860 Memorial 325/170

MACDONALD, Isabella Watson spinster Glenelg 1853[-1882] Memorial 100/57, Application 19544

No 1

MACDONALD, James farmer Noarlunga 1845 Memorial 186/5

MACDONALD, James farmer formerly of Noarlunga but now of Aldinga 1860 Memorial 338/161

No 2

MACDONALD, James farmer Long Valley Strathalbyn 1854 Memorial 399/76

No 1

MACDONALD, James Benjamin doctor of medicine Willunga 1853 Memorial 440/50

MACDONALD, James Benjamin surgeon formerly of Willunga but now of parts beyond the seas 1855 Memorial 233/81

MACDONALD, James Benjamin surgeon formerly of Willunga but now of Dublin, Ireland 1858 Memorial 279/146

No 1

MACDONALD, James William Esquire Adelaide 1841 Of Grenfell St, Adelaide 1846 Application 7066

MACDONALD, James William solicitor King William St, Adelaide 1842[-1843] Memorial 328/1 Acting Colonial Treasurer 1845 Memorial 29/5 Esquire Adelaide 1853 Memorial 302/49

MACDONALD, James William JP stipendiary magistrate Kooringa 1853[-1857] Memorial 135/61

MACDONALD, James William Esquire Kooringa 1856 Memorial 154/348

MACDONALD, James William Esquire Burra Burra Mine 1858 Memorial 18/143

MACDONALD, James William Commissioner of the Court of Insolvency Adelaide 1864 Memorial 202/195

MACDONALD, James William Esquire The Sturt 1867[-[1877] Memorial 164/222, Application 16413

MacDONALD, James William gentleman Ardneave The Sturt, about to leave the province for some time, power of attorney to Nathaniel OLDHAM gentleman Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 13/9/1878. Deposit 220/1878

MACDONALD, Jenet spinster Glenelg 1853 Memorial 393/51

No 1 - likely to be the same person

MACDONALD, Jessie spinster Balmoral 1866 Memorial 159/209

MACDONALD, Jessie spinster Gaskmore on the Torrens 1871 Memorial 211/266

No 1

MACDONALD, Jessie widow Campbelltown 1873[-1885] Memorial 138/266

MACDONALD, Jessie widow nee SCOTT formerly of Campbelltown but now of Adelaide 1876 Memorial 19/292

MACDONALD, Jessie widow Glenelg, relict of the late Charles Edward Stuart MacDonald. She died 10/5/1889 Memorial 219/397

MACDONALD, Jessie widow Glenelg, died 10/5/1889 beneficiary under the will of the late James SCOTT stockholder Darling River near Wentworth NSW who died 10/2/1872 Memorial 82/434

MACDONALD, John accountant Adelaide 1887 Memorial 59/384

MACDONALD, John Griffiths farmer now of Richmond Creek 1881 Memorial 131/334

MACDONALD, Mary Harriot widow Balmoral 1864[-1872] linked with Jessie MacDonald spinster Paradise 1872 Memorials 332/196 & 149/264

MACDONALD, Norman grocer's assistant Peterborough. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1918 Grant Book 13 Page 213 County Dalhousie

MACDONALD, Patrick labourer Norwood 1852[-1854] Memorial 196/45

No 1

MACDONALD, Thomas butcher Adelaide 1854[-1861] Memorial 242/325

No 2

MACDONALD, T/J accountant Adelaide 1870 Memorial 239/248

No 3

MACDONALD, Thomas tent and tarpaulin maker Adelaide (Freeman St) 1875 Memorial 165/281

MACDONALD, Thomas tent maker Adelaide (Freeman St) 1877 Application 15960

MACDONALD, Thomas tent manufacturer Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of Naracoorte land grant 1877 Grant Book 50 Page 111 County Robe

MACDONALD, Thomas tent manufacturer Adelaide Co Adelaide. Napperby (Hundred of Napperby) township allotment land grant 1877 Grant Book 60 Page 372 County Victoria

No 4

MACDONALD, Thomas manufacturer Adelaide Wilmington township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 24 Page 568 County Frome

MACDONALD, Thomas gentleman Brighton, died c1887. Father of Thomas Kenney MacDonald accountant Wellington New Zealand, Allan MacDonald ironmonger Charles St, Launceston Tas and Jane Thomas BENNETT wife of John Bennett clerk Adelaide (1883) then civil servant Downing St, Brighton 1887 Memorial 62/439

No 1

MACDONALD, William baker Glenelg 1856 Memorial 41/111

No 2

MACDONALD, William gentleman The Sturt 1872 Memorial 111/258

No 1 – perhaps William Davidson MacDonald

MACDONALD, William Davidson labourer Orroroo. Hundred of Walloway land grant 1898 Grant Book 13 Page 228 County Dalhousie

MACDONALD, William labourer Orroroo. Hundred of Walloway land grant 1919 Grant Book 13 Page 231 County Dalhousie

MacDONNELL, Richard Graves (Sir) Governor of Hong Kong, power of attorney to James Newnham BLACKMORE gentleman Adelaide, to manage his SA rental properties and sell the real estate 9/5/1866 Deposit 53/1867

No 1

MACDOUGALL, Archibald formerly farmer Attyforde on the Little Para but now printer and publisher Adelaide (Rundle St) 1843 Memorial 47/82 Became a bankrupt following a meeting of creditors on 9/6/1843 Memorial 48/82

MACDOUGALL, Archibald Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now of Longbottom near the Para 1845[-1846] Memorial 196/296

MACDOUGALL, Archibald printer Adelaide 1848 Prominent Wesleyan Methodist Enrolment 19/4 Printer Hobart VDL 1850 Memorial 320/23

MACDOUGALL, Archibald gentleman Melbourne Vic 1857 Memorial 262/122

MACDOUGAL, James sheep farmer Burra Burra 1853 Memorial 467/51

MACEGAN, L of Warooka Para Wurtie Yorke Peninsula 1879[-1881] Memorial 25/317

MACFARLANE, Alexander William out of business Keyes St, Linden Park 1929 Memorial 112/501

MACFARLANE, Annie widow Steventon 1863 Application 4675

MACFARLANE, Colin saddler Adelaide 1843 Memorial 403/2

No 1 - of the Mt Barker Special Survey

MACFARLANE, Duncan Esquire Mt Barker township 1842 Memorial 376/97

MACFARLANE, Duncan Esquire Lake Albert 1855 Memorial 236/87

MACFARLANE, Duncan Esquire Glen Osmond 1856 Memorial 2309/105

MACFARLANE, Duncan Esquire Glen Osmond died 27/10/1856. Executors were John TAYLOR Esquire Urrbrae and John HECTOR Esquire Adelaide. £500 to nephew Duncan MITCHELL of Blairfockie. Nephews Walter and Thomas MACFARLANE to get the leasehold grazing country in the North, together with the stock. The executors to get £100 each. The rest of the estate to be sold. £4,000 of that money to be invested in trust for Agnes FLETCHER, nee MACFARLANE, wife of Nicol B Fletcher surgeon Prahran Vic, for her life free from the control of any husband, then to her children in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant as tenants in common. The rest of the money to be divided equally between D MacFARLANE’s two brothers Lewis and Walter MacFARLANE, and his sister, Christian MITCHELL. If any of the brothers and sister died, then any children of the deceased to inherit that person’s share equally absolutely in remainder expectant Deposit 37/1874.

Walter MACFARLANE the Elder born 26/4/1755 - died 15/4/1836, buried at Buchanan, Co Stirling. Tombstone erected by his son, Walter MacFARLANE the Younger. Walter MacFARLANE the Elder of Buchanan and Marjory COLQUHOUN of Lass married 5/6/1784 at Buchanan, Co Stirling. The young couple farmed at Salachie, in Buchanan parish. Eldest son, Donald, baptised 22/4/1787 at Buchanan, a farmer of Milling/Millwig, Port (in the parish of Buchanan), when he died 29/3/1836, a bachelor, aged 48 (buried at Buchanan). Second son was Lewis (baptised 22/4/1789 Buchanan), who was living at Lettermay, near Lochgoilhead, Co Argyll, Scotland when his brother Duncan MacFarlane died. Daughter Christian MacFARLANE baptised 11/3/1785. Son Walter MacFarlane the Younger baptised 30/3/1793. Duncan MACFARLANE baptised 1/3/1798 at Buchanan Deposit 37/1874

MACFARLANE, James stockholder Gippsland Vic, declared that Duncan MacFarlane of Adelaide, who died in October 1856 a bachelor, was his youngest brother 19/3/1860 Further details about the MacFarlane family already taken from the Deposits. Duncan MacFarlane owned allotments in Strathalbyn Application 5940

No 1

MACFARLANE, Frederick Thomas farmer Naracoorte Hundred of Lochaber land grant 1882 Grant Book 29 Page 253 County MacDonnell

MACFARLANE, Frederick Thomas farmer Lucindale 1883 Memorial 236/354

MACFARLANE, Hugh baker Adelaide 1852 Memorial 202/43

No 1

MACFARLANE, John the Elder farmer Mt Gambier 1879 Memorial 27/316

MACFARLANE, John the Elder farmer near Mt Gambier, died c1885. His estate to his children absolutely - Flora MacFarlane spinster, John MacFarlane the Younger farmer, and Mary DEW wife of John Dew blacksmith Mt Gambier Application 20901

MACFARLANE, John the Elder formerly farmer Mt Gambier but now deceased father of John MacFarlane the Younger, Flora MacFarlane spinster Mt Gambier and Mary DEW wife of John Dew blacksmith Mt Gambier 1886 Memorial 125/373

No 2

MACFARLANE, John labourer Noarlunga 1892 Memorial 103/414

MACFARLANE, John labourer Noarlunga 1893 Application 22443.

No 3

MACFARLANE, John labourer Redhill. Hundred of Redhill land grant 1912 Grant Book 14 Page 382 County Daly

No 1

MACFARLANE, Lachlan stockholder Rocky Creek pt Section 2001 Co Sturt 1846 Enrolment 34/2

MACFARLANE, Lachlan gentleman Mt Barker. Trustee land in Mt Barker ‘upon certain trusts for the Presbyterian Church … a cite [sic] for a Presbyterian church, school house and residence for a minister for said church’ 1851 Memorial 441/36

MACFARLANE, Lachlan Mt Barker.Trustee Land and Building Association 1852 Memorial 65/46

MACFARLANE, Lachlan stockholder Rocky Creek near Mt Barker 1856 Memorial 111/109

MACFARLANE, Lachlan Esquire Mt Barker 1869 Memorial 247/237

MACFARLANE, Lachlan hotelkeeper Mt Barker. He leased the Oakfield Hotel, ‘together with all stables, outbuildings, sheds and yards connected therewith, also all the gardens at the back of the Hotel and the paddock known as the lucerne paddock’, to Hermann APPELKAMP innkeeper Kanmantoo, for seven years from 1869 at the annual rental of £120. The two parties also agreed that H Appelkamp would ‘erect or cause to be erected a balcony along the whole of the front of the said hotel’ during the first year of the tenancy Memorial 224/243

MACFARLANE, Lewis of Lochgiolhead, Scotland, eldest brother and heir at law of the late Duncan MacFarlane Esquire formerly of Glen Osmond now deceased 1861 Memorial 187/179

MACFARLANE, Thomas farmer Narracoorte 1883 Memorial 235/354

No 1

MACFARLANE, William mariner Hindmarsh 1839 Application 15879

MACFARLANE, William mariner, CAIRNS, William husbandman and MACDONALD, Peter husbandman all of Hindmarsh. They built a house on lot 3, which they sold to Rees Jones gardener Hindmarsh in 1841. William McFarlane had invested no money in the property and became part of the title only as a kindness. He died even further in debt to the above two other people, his only real friends (he had no relatives in SA). William Cairns left SA forever at the end of 1842, and could not be traced since. In 1864, Rees Jones made over his Hindmarsh property in trust to his infant grandson, Andrew SCLANDERS (son of Thomas Sclanders), provided both the Jones grandparents had life occupancy in trust of the property. Thomas warriner and John GALLIMORE were the two trustees. Application 5667

No 2

MACFARLANE, William of Karkulta 1859 Memorial 4/161

MACFIE, Archibald licensed victualler Adelaide (White Hart Inn, Hindley St) 1851 Memorial 329/29

No 1

MACFIE, Mary licensed victualler Kent Town took out a 7-year lease on the Metropolitan Hotel Grote St, Adelaide from John PENALUNA licensed victualler Adelaide at £500 a year 1870[-1876] Memorial 149/250

MACFIE, Mary married woman Adelaide 1882 Memorial 207/338

MACFIE, Mary widow Norwood 1886 Memorial 51/379

No 1 - the Elder

MACGEORGE, Alexander merchant Adelaide 1853 Memorial 234/52

MACGEORGE, Alexander draper Adelaide 1857 Memorial 214/128

MACGEORGE, Alexander outfitter Adelaide, about to leave the province, power of attorney to William George LUXMOORE auctioneer Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 1/2/1869. This must have been only a short absence from SA, but c1898, Alexander MacGeorge had moved to Melbourne Vic, where he was still alive in 1905, working as an accountant. His wife was formerly Rachael Luxmoore. She had a £1,000 life insurance policy held with the Permanent Equitable Building Society as a marriage settlement from 30/1/1866. WG Luxmoore had also gone to Melbourne, where he was a wool broker Deposit 198/1869, Deposits 47 & 47a/1905

MACGEORGE, Alexander gentleman Adelaide 1873 Memorial 30/268

MACGEORGE, Alexander commission agent West Mitcham 1876 Memorial 249/294

MACGEORGE, Alexander land agent Adelaide linked with James MacGeorge architect Adelaide 1878 Memorial 17/306

MACGEORGE, Alexander licensed land broker Adelaide 1881 Memorial 144/330

MACGEORGE, Alexander land agent Adelaide 1884 Application 20047

MACGEORGE, EF clerk to Messrs HANSON & HICKS solicitors Adelaide 1852[-1853] Memorial 342/40

MACGEORGE, Ellison Barbara Christina spinster Adelaide, power of attorney to Frederick William BULLOCK land agent Adelaide, to manage her SA business affairs 8/12/1880 Deposit 163/1881

No 1

MACGEORGE, James architect Adelaide 1859 Application 532

MACGEORGE, James architect Adelaide 1880 Memorial 31/329

MACGEORGE, James architect Adelaide, about to leave the province for some time, power of attorney to Frederick William BULLOCK land agent Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 8/12/1880 Deposit 29/1881

No 1

MACGEORGE, Robert timber merchant Adelaide (Bank St) 1853[-1856] Memorial 429/51

MACGEORGE, Robert merchant Adelaide, about to be absent from the province for a time, power of attorney to Richard HICKS gentleman Adelaide, to collect money owing from John Stewart TURNER gentleman Peachey Belt 11/5/1858 Deposit 332/OA

MACGEORGE, Robert gentleman Invercargill, Southland New Zealand 1863 Memorial 170/192

No 1 - Robert Forsyth MacGeorge

MACGEORGE, Robert Forsyth linen draper Adelaide, about to leave the province for a time, power of attorney to his son, Alexander Macgeorge, to manage his SA business affairs. Sub-powers of attorney to Robert MACGEORGE timber merchant Bank St, Adelaide, John Stewart TURNER timber merchant North Adelaide and Francis Hardy FAULDING chemist Adelaide 30/3/1854 Deposit 205/1855

MACGEORGE, Robert Forsyth linen draper Adelaide, about to leave the province for a time, power of attorney to his son, James MACGEORGE architect and Henry GILBERT solicitor Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 20/8/1859 Deposit 23/1860

MACGEORGE, RF family in 1864, following the death of the husband and father, Robert Forsyth MacGeorge, who drowned in a shipwreck off the coast of Wales. Elizabeth MacGeorge widow Adelaide, Margaret TURNER wife of John Stewart Turner gentleman Peachey Belt, Robert MacGeorge merchant Melbourne Vic, James MacGeorge architect Adelaide, Ebenezer Farie MacGeorge engineer Adelaide, William John MacGeorge gentleman Adelaide, Ellison Barbara Christina MacGeorge, Mary Jane MacGeorge, Charlotte Isabel MacGeorge and Catherine Turnch ?? MacGeorge spinsters Adelaide, Alexander MacGeorge draper Adelaide and Eliza FAULDING wife of Francis Hardey Faulding chemist Adelaide Memorial 24/199

MACGEORGE, RF estate managed by GILES & SMITH agents Adelaide 1872 Memorial 87/280

MACGEORGE, Stanley H draftsman Survey Office, Adelaide 1884 Memorial 58/361

No 1 - possibly the same person

MACGEORGE, WJ of Goolwa 1866 Memorial 125/210

MACGEORGE, WJ clerk Robe 1870 Memorial 212/247

MACGEORGE, WJ Bank of SA Jamestown 1878 Memorial 86/311

MACGEORGE, William John bank manager Jamestown 1881 Memorial 54/329

MACGILLIVRAY, Ivor out of business 8 Chadds St, Rosewater 1925 Application 27375

MACGILLIVRAY, JR proclaimed bank manager Clare 1931 Memorial 173/504

MACGLINN, Samuel yeoman Thebarton 1844 Memorial 13/68

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

MACGOWAN, James farmer Cowandilla 1850[-1854] Memorial 6/28 Butcher Cowandilla 1856 Memorial 4/131

MACGOWAN, James the Elder died 20/4/1856. His wife, Susan Macgowan, died 15/4/1860 Hobart Tas. By 1876, their eldest son and heir at law, James Macgowan the Younger schoolmaster Tothill Belt, survived, as did some of their unmarried daughters - Elizabeth Macgowan spinster Adelaide, Anne Isabella Macgowan spinster Adelaide, and Jeannie Welsh Macgowan spinster Adelaide Memorial 64/294

MACGOWAN, James the Younger farmer Strathalbyn 1855[-1859] Memorial 229/93

MACGOWAN, James licensed victualler Unley 1863 Memorial 99/188

No 1

MACGREGOR, James engineer Gresham Hotel, Adelaide married Rebecca Leah WILSON clerk and widow Pt Lincoln, on 25/11/1918. Mrs McGregor was a widow by 1948 Memorial 3/479 & RPA Search 472

MACGREGOR, Rebecca Leah formerly married woman Pt Lincoln but now widow Kirkaldy 1945 Memorial 184/518

MACHE, Johann Henri Andreas Christian butcher North Adelaide 1860 Memorial 225/164

MACHELL, Charles William government clerk Gawler South 1868 Application 9578

MACHELL, Edward quarryman Encounter Bay Newland (Hundred of Encounter Bay) township allotment land grant 1886 Grant Book 37 Page 334 County Hindmarsh

No 1 - perhaps the same person CHECK RUN

MACHIN, George of Kadina 1861 Memorial 192/179

MACHIN, George timber yard manager Tumby Bay trustee Methodist Church Tumby Basy Hundred of Hutchison land grant 1907 Grant Book 21 Page 90 County Flinders

MACINNES, Donald station overseer Crower near Lucindale 1886[-1891] Memorial 155/379

MACINNES, John sheep farmer Mt Muirhead 1875 Memorial 6/281

MACINNESS, Samuel George Douglas labourer Robe S-E 1913 Memorial 131/469

MACINTOSH, George Matthew Donald farmer Karte trustee Karte Hall 1926 Grant Book 12 Page 231 County Chandos

No 1

MACINTOSH, James Sutherland surgeon Willunga 1854 Memorial 98/80

MACINTOSH, James Sutherland doctor of medicine Willunga 1860 Application 1193

MACINTOSH, JS JP surgeon Willunga 1872 Memorial 78/259

No 1

MACINTOSH, John and William stockholders Mosquito Plains 1858 Memorial 206/148

MACINTOSH, John and William stockholders Narracoorte Hundred of Waterhouse land grant 1859 Grant Book 50 Page 7 County Robe

MACINTOSH, John and William sheep farmers formerly of the leasehold Narracoorte Run situated on Narracoorte Creek [which Thomas MAGARY Esquire Adelaide took over for £27,636] but now of Mosquito Plains 1861 Memorials 12/176 & 13/176

MACINTOSH, William sheep farmer Mosquito Plains 1861 Memorial 129/171

MACINTOSH, John and William stockholders Narracoorte 1861 Memorial 348/172

MACINTOSH, John and William stockholders Narracoorte Creek 1862[-1885] Memorial 331/188, Application 6393

No 1
MACINTOSH, William stockholder Mosquito Plains 1863. Mosquito Plains Presbyterian Church trustee Application 4036

MACINTOSH, William land proprietor Kincraig Mosquito Plains 1864 Memorial 139/196

MACINTOSH, William commission agent Narracoorte 1874[-1878] Memorial 195/274

MACINTOSH, William commission agent Narracoorte 1880 Application 18815

No 1

MACINTYRE, Alexander farmer Little Para Special Survey 1855 Memorial 445/83

MACINTYRE, Alexander farmer Little Para Special Survey. Uley Particular Baptist Chapel trustee 1865 Memorial 81/206

No 1 - likely to be the same person

MACINTYRE, John farmer Section 2700 Hundred of Barossa 1854 Memorial 336/68

MACINTYRE, John farmer Rowlands Flat 1856[- 1860] Memorial 220/116

MACINTYRE, Patrick farmer Adelaide 1853 Memorial 10/52

MACINTYRE, William farmer Mt Muirhead Hundred of Mt Muirhead land grant 1877 Grant Book 31 Page 194 County Grey

MACK, Andrew labourer Goolwa 1873 Memorial 213/267

No 1

MACK, John labourer Pt Adelaide 1879 Application 17655

No 2

MACK, John market gardener Crafers 1883 Memorial 62/348

MACK, John market gardener Mt Barker Road 1886 Memorial 116/378

No 1

MACK, John Hamilton of Penola 1861 Memorial 41/179

MACK, John Hamilton cordwainer Penola 1865[-1879] Memorial 217/201, Application 14254

No 1

MACK, Laurie Beatrice widow Unley Park, died 1/7/1936. Executor; William Norman PARSONS land agent Unley Park 1937 Memorial 60/519

MACK, Laurie Beatrice widow Unley Park, died 1/7/1936. Her estate in varying amounts to David Leonard Mack, Irene Ella PARSONS wife of William Norman Parsons agent Unley Park, Elford Hamilton, Emmanuel Mack Application 29487

MACK, Michael labourer Macclesfield 1875 Application 14292

No 1

MACK, Thomas yeoman Willunga 1843 Memorial 315/34

No 2

MACK, Thomas farmer Goolwa 1852[-1853] Memorial 27/43

MACK, Thomas widower married Eliza nee ? in February 1837. Eldest son, Andrew Mack born 29/1/1847 District of Adelaide. Thomas Mack labourer Goolwa died 21/4/1853 intestate. His eldest son, Andrew Mack, inherited his estate as heir at law. By 1873, Eliza Mack had remarried to David DIXON farmer Goolwa Application 16680

MACK, William of Sturt St, Adelaide 1901 Memorial 77/442

MACKAY, Adam Bruce commission and forwarding agent Warrambool Vic owned land in Pt Lincoln 1874 Memorial 212/291

No 1 – the Elder

MACKAY, Alexander licensed victualler Pt Augusta 1857[-1869] Memorial 141/125, Application 9707

MACKAY, Alexander farmer Pt Augusta and Sarah Mackay his wife 1876[-1877] Memorial 245/296

MACKAY, Alexander the Elder licensed victualler Pt Augusta Co Frome. Farina (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 65 Page 69 County Not named

No 2 – the Younger

MACKAY, Alexander the Younger storekeeper Farina Out of Hundreds. Farina (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 65 Page 69 County Not named

No 3

MACKAY, Alexander servant Adelaide and Flora Mackay his wife 1881 Memorial 210/329

MACKAY, AJ solicitor Pt Adelaide 1951 Memorial 38/526

No 1

MACKAY, Charles Hammond telegraphist Adelaide 1909 Memorial 81/462

MACKAY, Charles Hammond telegraphist formerly of Adelaide but now of Penang in the Straits Settlements 1911 Memorial 198/465

MACKAY, Charles Hammond telegraphist East Extension Telegraph Company formerly of Adelaide but now of Penang in the Straits Settlements 1914 Application 26360

No 1

MACKAY, David of Kooringa 1852[-1855] Memorial 441/40

MACKAY, David tinsmith Kooringa 1858[-1860] Memorial 313/131

MACKAY, David tinsmith Kooringa 1861 Application 2222

MACKAY, David storekeeper Kooringa 1858[-1865] linked with Finlay Cook Mackay of Kooringa Memorial 64/133

MACKAY, David storekeeper Kooringa, about to quit the province for a time, power of attorney to Nathaniel OLDHAM Esquire King William St, Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 7/9/1864. He had a mortgage out to Harrold Bros on his Kooringa store Deposit 251/1864

MACKAY, David ironmonger Kooringa 1865 Memorial 10/205

MACKAY, David ironmonger formerly of Kooringa but now absent therefrom 1865 Memorial 321/205

MACKAY, David tinman formerly of Kooringa but now in parts beyond the seas 1868 Memorial 201/227

MACKAY, F clerk to Messrs DEMPSTER & WEBB solicitors Pt Adelaide 1878[-1898] Memorial 45/306

MACKAY, Flora widow Kensington 1891 Memorial 89/408

MACKAY, Hugh storekeeper Angorichina 1861 Memorial 69/178

MACKAY, Hugh Hossick driver Queenstown 1913 Application 26179

MACKAY, James Innes sheep farmer Coralbignie 1887 Memorial 191/387

No 1

MACKAY, John smelter Kapunda 1865 Application 6345

No 2

MACKAY, John storeman Pt Adelaide 1866[-1876] Memorial 3/217

MACKAY, John storeman formerly of Queenstown 1869 but now of Yatala near Queenstown 1875 Application 14758

MACKAY, John storeman Queenstown 1875 Application 14394

MACKAY, John storeman Yatala near Pt Adelaide 1876 Application 15638

MACKAY, John storeman Pt Adelaide 1878 Application 16739

MACKAY, John storeman Yatala 1887 Application 21168

No 3

MACKAY, John miner Wallaroo, died 1875-1876. He left his entire estate, including a house at Wallaroo and Kadina, in trust to his wife, Jane Mackay, for life, and then to his children then living in equal shares in remainder expectant absolutely Memorial 40/293

No 1

MACKAY, Joseph mason Gawler 1859 Memorial 51/160

MACKAY, Joseph formerly of Willaston but now licensed victualler Rest and Be Thankful Inn near the North-West Bend Murray River 1861 Memorial 136/172

MACKAY, Joseph formerly of Gawler, became a bankrupt in c1862 Memorial 326/185

MACKAY, Leslie JJ of Adelaide 1899 Memorial 157/439

MACKAY, Mary widow Gawler 1855[-1861] Memorial 181/84

No 1

MACKAY, Robert shipwright Pt Adelaide 1851 Memorial 205/28

MACKAY, Robert builder Queenstown 1854[-1857] Memorial 248/79

MACKAY, Robert master mariner Portland Estate 1864 Application 5597

MACKAY, Robert ship owner Portland Estate 1865 Application 6494

MACKAY, Robert master mariner Portland Estate 1871 Memorial 201/251

MACKAY, Robert master mariner Portland Estate and Helen Mackay his wife 1876 Memorial 24/297

MACKAY, Robert of Pt Adelaide foundation trustee Pt Adelaide Presbyterian Church 1857, died 30/9/1876 Application 19149

MACKAY, Robert master mariner Portland Estate, died 30/9/1876. All his estate to his wife, Helen nee FOGGO Enrolment 64/52

MACKAY, Helen nee FOGGO widow Portland Estate, died 1/3/1877. Estate worth £1,250. Her sister, Barbara Foggo, to live in the family home and care for the testator’s sons, William Foggo Mackay, Franklin Stuart Mackay, Robert Mackay, and Hugh Hossick Mackay. All real estate apart from the family home to be sold and the money invested in a trust fund to provide money for the upkeep of the sons until they all turn 21. Then the money to be divided amongst them equally absolutely in remainder expectant. The sons always to provide their aunt with a home. Barbara Foggo to get £100 if she remains single, £200 if she marries. James BALLANTYNE draper Pt Adelaide, Thomas FROST formerly of Brompton, now of North Adelaide, Clerk to the Hindmarsh District Council, and Barbara Foggo to be executors and trustees of the will. Miss Foggo to look after the children until she marries or each child reaches 21. The male trustees to act as guardians if Miss Foggo married before the boys turned 21 Enrolment 71/52

MACKAY, Sarah widow Payneham 1887 Memorial 44/385

MACKAY, Sarah widow formerly of Payneham but now of Pt Augusta 1892 Application 22338

MACKAY, Sarah widow Pt Pirie 1903 Application 24695

No 1

MACKAY, Thomas currier Hindmarsh 1842 Memorial 4/168

MACKAY, Thomas farmer Hindmarsh 1846 Memorial 173/7

MACKAY, Thomas farmer [formerly of Hindmarsh but now of] the Little Para 1847[-1852] Memorial 444/43

No 1

MACKAY, William hotelkeeper formerly of Clifton Hill Vic but then of Fitzroy Vic, died 1890. Business interests in the South-East of SA Memorial 61/407

MACKAY, William hotel keeper Fitzroy Vic, died 10/2/1890. His widow, Catherine Mackay, died 13/4/1900 63 Delbridge St, Fitzroy, of 12 days' cerebral thrombosis and paralysis, aged 60. The daughter of John MURRAY and Christina SUTHERLAND, she was born in Sutherland Scotland and emigrated to SA. Here, she married William Mackay. The Mackays had lived in Vic for 28 years. Children: John Mackay, Christina 30 [Mrs JOSKE] and Catherine Mackay 26 1900 Application 24100

MACKAY, William Gordon shepherd formerly of Bowden 1840 but now of Clare 1856 Application 6704

No 1 - the Elder

MACKAY, William Paterson tin plate worker Gawler 1848[-1850] Memorial 28/14

MACKAY, William Paterson tin plate worker formerly of Gawler now of Adelaide (Currie St) 1853 Linked with David MacKay of Kooringa Memorial 384/46

MACKAY, William Paterson tinman Gawler 1855[-1856] Memorial 287/84

MACKAY, William Paterson the Elder tinman Gawler died c1856. By 1874, his widow, Mary Ann Mackay, had remarried to a Mr GILLIES and was again widowed. Children of WP Mackay by 1874 included: William Paterson Mackay the Younger brewer Gawler, and Mary Mackay spinster Gawler Application 13622

No 2 - the Younger

MACKAY, William Paterson brewer Gawler 1885[-1886] Memorial 104/372, Application 16864

No 1 - likely to be the same person

MACKE, Johann Henri Andreas Christian butcher North Adelaide 1860[-1868] 225/164

MACKE, Christian butcher Adelaide 1867 178/226

MACKE, Johann Heinrich Andreas Christian gentleman North Adelaide, power of attorney to Konrad BECHTEL saddler and Ernst WEGER blacksmith both of North Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 23/12/1869 Deposit 92/1871

MACKELLAR, John sheep farmer Portland Bay Vic 1854[-1855] Memorial 333/64

No 1

MACKENNEY, Thomas miner Kooringa 1861 Memorial 225/172

MACKENNEY, Thomas miner [formerly of Kooringa but now of] Charleston 1876 Memorial 197/288

MACKENZIE, Alexander farmer Willey Groves Gawler Plains 1851 Memorial 435/30

MACKENZIE, D agent Clare and Isabella MacKenzie his wife [was she related to Joseph MILLER of Armagh?] 1917 Memorial 91/476

MACKENZIE, Donald Cameron master mariner presently residing at Pt Pirie 1909 Memorial 2/462

No 1

MACKENZIE, George baker Adelaide 1840 Application 26398

MACKENZIE, George baker Adelaide 1843[-1845] Memorial 449/3

No 2

MACKENZIE, George carpenter Kooringa 1852 Memorial 245/110

MACKENZIE, HC clerk Mt Barker 1910 Memorial 154/463

MACKENZIE, James clerk North Adelaide (Melbourne St) 1877 Memorial 69/303

MacKENZIE, John Robertson gentleman Adelaide, power of attorney to Adolph VON TREUER of Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 24/2/1885 Deposit 36/1885

MACKENZIE, Thomas Dutton shoemaker Maidstone 1870 Application 10964

MACKENZIE, William Norman Grant farmer and grazier Campden 1912 Application 26132

No 1 FIND GET LTO DETAILS NO OTHER IN SA

MACKERENEN, Terence labourer Mintaro Hundred of Hanson land grant 1869 Grant Book 56 Page 283 County Stanley

MACKERENEN, Terence farmer Gum Creek Hundred of Hanson land grant 1878 Grant Book 56 Page 262 County Stanley

No 1 - probably the same person

MACKERETH, Frederick storeman Adelaide 1861 Memorial 227/172

MACKERETH, Frederick gentleman Halifax St, Adelaide 1882 Memorial 230/340

No 1

MACKERETH, George gentleman Onkaparinga near Adelaide, and Sarah Ann Mackereth, his wife 1843. Likely they lived 1st in Richard St, Hindmarsh Memorial 255/3

MACKERETH, George of Scott Creek near Adelaide, died 1864. His wife, Sarah Ann Mackereth, had a life interest in the estate while she remained unmarried, then to his children absolutely in remainder expectant by certain arrangements. His eldest son, George Mackereth the Younger, and daughter Janes Mackereth of Scott Creek, mentioned by name. His brother, Frederick Mackereth of Adelaide, an executor of the will Memorial 16/199

No 1

MACKERETH, Henry farmer Templers 1861 Memorial 187/178

MACKERETH, Henry farmer The Light 1864 Memorial 70/199

MACKERETH, Henry farmer Morn Hill Hundred of Light 1876 Memorial 107/290

MACKERETH, Henry, Henry Thomas and William farmers Templers 1886 Memorial 46/377

MACKERETH, Henry farmer Templers 1900 Application 23951.

MACKERETH, Henry farmer Morn Hill near Templers Morn Hill Primitive Methodist Church trustee 1904 Application 24743

MACKERETH, Henry farmer formerly of Morn Hill near Templers but now of Cheltenham 1904 Memorial 156/451

MACKERETH, Jane widow New Glenelg mother of Jane HUXLEY nee Mackereth wife of John Huxley shopman New Glenelg 1866 Memorial 38/226

No 1 - perhaps the same person

MACKERETH, Peter of New Glenelg 1866 Memorial 134/217

MACKERETH, Peter coachman Parkside 1871 Application 11214

No 1

MACKERETH, Thomas farmer Sturt River 1855 Memorial 177/91

MACKERETH, Thomas of New Glenelg, died c1860. He left estate in varying amounts and under various conditions to his wife, Jane Mackereth, his son Peter Mackereth and his daughter Jane Mackereth Memorial 310/170

MACKEY, William Peter of Adelaide, and Ann Mackey, his wife 1844. They bought land in Mt Barker Memorial 376/3

No 1

MACKIE, Alexander contractor Islington 1890 Application 21928

MACKIE, Alexander farmer Islington 1908[-1915] Memorial 85/460

MACKIE, Alexander contractor Islington 1921 Memorial 136/482

MACKIE, Alexander farmer and contractor Islington 1924 Application 27289

MACKIE, Alexander farmer Lower North Rd, Islington 1928 Application 27664

No 1

MACKIE, Alfred M clerk North Adelaide (McKinnon Parade) 1889 Memorial 170/399

MACKIE, Alfred Malcolm mercantile clerk North Adelaide (MacKinnon Parade) linked with Muriel Buchan Mackie single woman of the same place 1893 Memorial 150/419

MACKIE, Archibald sharebroker Adelaide 1898 Memorial 115/435

No 1

MACKIE, David storekeeper Pt Elliot 1857 Memorial 340/126

MACKIE, David Manson Clerk to the Encounter Bay District Council Pt Elliot 1856. Trustee of the PT Elliot Public School Memorial 289/102

MACKIE, David Manson storekeeper Pt Elliot 1857 Memorial 316/125

MACKIE, DM miller Pt Elliot 1857 Memorial 330/115

MACKIE, David Manson miller Pt Elliot 1858 Pt Elliot District School trustee Memorial 56/152

MACKIE, DM saddler Pt Elliot 1862[-1869] Memorial 64/188

MACKIE, DM clerk to the Council Pt Elliot 1863 Memorial 75/187

MACKIE, David Manson journalist Pt Elliot 1868 Memorial 32/231

MACKIE, David Manson gentleman Pt Elliot 1865[-1877] Application 6624, Application 16041

MACKIE, David Manson journalist Adelaide Hatherleigh (Hundred of Mt Muirhead) township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 31 Page 327 County Grey

MACKIE, Dorothy Macfie widow Strathalbyn 1855[-1866] Memorial 342/89, Application 3682

MACKIE, Frederick gentleman Mt Barker, power of attorney to George PHILLIPS agent Adelaide and Henry Thomas FRY draper North Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 17/2/1881 Deposit 32/1882

No 1

MACKIE, John farmer North Road 1855 Memorial 56/82

MACKIE, John farmer Section 367 North Road 1853 Memorial 256/83

MACKIE, John farmer Lower North Road 1862[-1872] Memorial 204/180, Application 12358

MACKIE, John gardener Lower North Road near Ovingham, died c1883. Husband of Susannah Matilda Mackie. Father of Alexander Mackie farm labourer Islington. By 1905, Alexander Mackie was a farmer at Islington Memorials 244 & 245/453

No 2

MACKIE, John farmer Barndioota 1886 Memorial 108/373

MACKIE, Peter Jeffrey distiller 217 West George St, Glasgow, Co Lanark, Scotland, power of attorney to Messrs Milne & Co wine and spirit merchants Grenfell St, Adelaide, to sell his 500 £2 shares in the SA Brewing Malting and Wine and Spirit Co Ltd, Adelaide 1/11/1897 Deposit 115/1897

MACKIE, Samuel labourer Adelaide 1850 Memorial 120/25

No 1

MACKIE, William Leyden agent Pt Adelaide 1855 Memorial 221/88

MACKIE, William Leyden commission agent Pt Adelaide 1859 Memorial 276/149

MACKIE, William Leyden gentleman Adelaide 1871 Memorial 13/255

MACKIE, William Miller storekeeper Adelaide Hundred of Mingbool land grant 1865 Grant Book 29 Page 66 County Grey

No 1

MACKIE, William Pile bootmaker Adelaide 1844 Memorial 112/4

MACKIE, William Pile bootmaker King William St, Adelaide, power of attorney to his wife Anne Mackie 1850 Memorial 107/28

MACKIE, Ann widow Kent Town, died c1873. Involved settlement of her estate upon her children, Eliza READ wife of Frederick Read farmer near Lyndoch, Robert George RUSSELL, Mary Ann FINNIS wife of John Finnis gentleman Adelaide, Ludovina JAMES wife of James James gentleman Kent Town and Elizabeth FOTHERGILL wife of William Fothergill captain of a merchantman and grandchildren Richard WADDY, Jane Waddy, Ann Russell, William Russell, and William Mackie Freyell FOTHERGILL Memorial 112/267

MACKINNON, Daniel farmer Balhannah 1860[-1862] Memorial 238/186

No 1

MACKINNON, Malcolm sheepfarmer Mingbool Station Hundred of Gambier land grant 1875 Grant Book 30 Page 102 County Grey

MACKINNON, Malcolm stockholder Mingbool, died 8/3/1877 intestate. Letters of administration to his widow, Mary Margaret MacKinnon, to settle the estate Memorial 134/304

MACKINNON, Mary Margaret widow Kaladbro Vic linked with Hannah Margaret WAY wife of Lewis Norman Way of Alpnach Croham Rd, South Croyden, Surrey, England formerly HM MacKinnon spinster Avenue Bank near Mt Gambier 1895 Memorial 71/425

MACKINNON, Roderick innkeeper Kincraig 1861 Memorial 111/174

MACINTOSH, Alexander overseer [perhaps for Matthew FORSTER??] Mt Brown 1872 Memorial 142/262

MACKINTOSH, James Sutherland doctor of medicine Willunga 1854 Memorial 98/80

MACKLEY, Harry Stockwell farmer Alford trustee church prob at Alford 1888 Grant Book 14 Page 214 County Daly

No 1

MACKLIN, Caleb storekeeper and Thomas William Macklin ironmonger both of Adelaide 1870 Memorial 41/248

MACKLIN, Caleb storekeeper Adelaide linked with Mary Macklin widow Millbrook 1872 Memorial 149/263

MACKLIN, Caleb commercial traveller and Thomas William Macklin ironmonger's assistant both formerly of Adelaide and Glen Osmond, became bankrupts in 1873 Memorial 163/270

MACKLIN, Caleb commercial traveller Adelaide linked with Mary Macklin widow Millbrook 1875 Memorial 119/281

MACKLIN, Caleb commercial traveller Adelaide 1877 Application 16223

MACKLIN, Caleb importer Adelaide 1880 Application 18305

MACKLIN, Caleb traveller Adelaide linked with Thomas Macklin ironmonger's assistant Adelaide 1884 Memorial 67/362

MACKLIN, Caleb merchant Adelaide (Franklin St) and George Joshua Macklin boot merchant Adelaide (Rundle St) both formerly of Glen Osmond, had been or were about to be declared bankrupts 1885 Memorial 248/367

MACKLIN, Caleb importer Adelaide and Elizabeth Dionecia Macklin his wife 1887 Memorial 200/387

No 1

MACKLIN, Edward farmer Yorke Peninsula linked with George and William Macklin farmers the Sturt 1872 Memorial 210/264

MACKLIN, Edward farmer Blyth Plains Hundred of Melville land grant 1877 Grant Book 19 Page 80 County Fergusson

MACKLIN, Edward farmer Weaner Flat Yorke Peninsula linked with George Macklin gardener the Sturt and Mary Ann MORRIS widow The Sturt formerly Mary Ann Macklin [Appear to be children of the late William Macklin who died 10/2/1873 and his wife, Hannah Macklin, who died 3/5/1875] Memorial 246/288

No 2

MACKLIN, Edward farmer The Sturt linked with John Macklin farmer Maitland; some connection with the late William Macklin no description 1876 Memorial 116/295

MACKLIN, Edward farmer South Road 1878, linked with George Macklin farmer Pt Pirie. Sons of the late William Macklin formerly gardener The Sturt 1850 Application 16734

MACKLIN, Edward Watts farmer Troubridge trustee Wesleyan Methodist Church purposes Hundred of Melville land grant 1873 Grant Book 19 Page 65 County Fergusson

MACKLIN, Elizabeth M household duties Murray Bridge 1932 Memorial 162/505

MACKLIN, George James importer Parkside 1910 Memorial 199/463

No 1

MACKLIN, George Joshua boot seller Adelaide (Rundle St) 1877 Memorial 198/299

MACKLIN, George Joshua boot merchant Adelaide son of the late Thomas Macklin and husband of Margaret Macklin of Fullarton 1887 Memorial 199/387

MACKLIN, George Joshua bootmaker Adelaide 1893 Memorial 235/416

MACKLIN, Hubert Vivian chief clerk Edith St, Unley Park to Edward Trerice GROSE manager Caledonian Insurance Co Ltd Adelaide branch 1926 Memorial 60/495

MACKLIN, JW ironmonger Adelaide 1881 Memorial 204/329

No 1

MACKLIN, Thomas sawyer Adelaide 1853[-1856] Memorial 426/50

MACKLIN, Thomas sawyer Fullarton 1855[-1857] Memorial 90/86

MACKLIN, Thomas of Millbrook 1858 Memorial 347/171

MACKLIN, Thomas licensed victualler Millbrook 1859 Memorial 332/156

MACKLIN, Thomas sawyer Millbrook 1860[-1863] Memorial 28/162

MACKLIN, Thomas gentleman Millbrook 1882 Memorial 244/343

MACKLIN, Thomas gentleman Millbrook, died 8/4/1866. By 1893, his five children were situated thus - Thomas William Macklin formerly importer Adelaide 1883 but now agent Nairne and Elizabeth Macklin his wife, Caleb Macklin importer Adelaide and Elizabeth Dionicia Macklin his wife, Lydia Mary BOND wife of Philip Sydney Bond clerk Wayville, Emily Ada DAVEY wife of Thomas Horace Davey miller Eudunda and George Joshua Macklin boot merchant Adelaide Memorial 67/419

MACKLIN, Mary widow of Thomas Macklin of Parkside, died 20/1/1890, of heart disease and mitral regurgitation and congestion of the organs, aged 62. Her son, GJ Macklin of Parkside was the informant Application 22365

MACKLIN, Thomas and Mary had the following surviving children in 1893. Mary Lydia Bond nee Macklin, born 13/10/1858 wife of Sydney Bond of Wayville; Emily Ada DAVEY nee Macklin, born 7/12/1861, wife of Thomas Davey miller Eudunda; Caleb Macklin, born 29/3/1849, importer Adelaide; George Joshua Macklin, born 17/2/1855; Thomas William Macklin, born 9/7/1847 Application 22365

No 1

MACKLIN, Thomas William ironmonger Adelaide (South Tce) son of the late Thomas Macklin formerly gentleman Millbrook now deceased 1870 Memorial 28/244

MACKLIN, TW ironmonger Adelaide 1882[-1886] Memorial 18/343

MACKLIN, Thomas William agent Adelaide and MACKLIN, Caleb importer Adelaide 1892 Application 22365

No 2

MACKLIN, TW agent Nairne 1897 Memorial 121/430

No 1

MACKLIN, William farmer Beer Town near Adelaide 1847 Memorial 400/7 Farmer Sturt River 1848 Memorial 425/11

MACKLIN, William farmer The Sturt 1846[-1849] Memorial 299/6

MACKLIN, William gardener The Sturt 1850. He had relatives called Edward Macklin farmer South Road and George Macklin farmer Pt Pirie in 1878 Application 16734

MACKLIN, William storekeeper The Sturt 1852 Memorial 115/44

MACKLIN, William farmer Section 2100 Survey B 1854 Memorial 257/65

MACKLIN, William farmer The Sturt 1854[-1855] Memorial 329/73

MACKLIN, William farmer The Sturt, died. He left his entire estate in trust for his wife, Hannah Macklin, for life and then in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant to his two children - Edward Macklin of Yorke Peninsula and George Macklin farmer The Sturt 1872 Memorials 210/264 & 241/264

MACKLIN, William gardener Sturt, died 10/2/1873, by drowning in a well on his own premises, aged 65. He left his estate to his wife for life, then to his children - Eliza BOTTRILL, John MACKLIN, Sara Ann SCHOMBURGK, George Macklin, Maria Macklin, Mary-ann MORRIS widow of Mr Morris chemist Adelaide, Edward Macklin (he inherited the Lady MacDonnell Hotel). His wife, Hannah Macklin, died 3/5/1875 The Sturt, of apoplexy, aged 59 Application 16700

MACKLIN, William farmer The Sturt died c1873. Entire estate in trust to his wife, Hannah (died 3/5/1875), and his sons, Edward and George Macklin, as trustees. Hannah Macklin to have a life interest in the whole estate. After her death, the estate to be shared out absolutely in remainder expectant. The Lady MACDONNELL public house on Section 2100 Survey B for the testator's sons Edward and John Macklin and daughter Sarah Ann SCHOMBURGK, wife of Lewis Schomburgk, in equal shares. They also got a share in land on the western side of South Road ‘leading from Marion to the Flagstaff’. Son George and daughter Mary Ann MACKLIN to share equally in Section 25 District of Clarendon. Daughter Maria Macklin to get Section 120 on Brighton Road, in trust for life, if she remained single, but absolutely if she married; daughter Eliza BOTTRILL wife of John Bottrill farmer The Sturt to get £50, plus portion of Section 120 if it were shared out amongst the family in the end. The rest of the estate to be sold and the proceeds shared out equally absolutely amongst all the children Enrolment 11/51

No 2

MACKLIN, William contractor Oladdie. Johnburgh (Hundred of Oladdie) township allotment land grant 1881 Grant Book 13 Page 337 County Dalhousie

MACKMAN, Rachel of Happy Valley 1890 Memorial 128/401

MACKNIGHT, John Samuel merchant Liverpool, Lancs, England, died 1869/1870. His estate left in trust to his brother, Joseph Younghusband MACKNIGHT merchant Calcutta, East Indies, ‘to the use of such members of my family as may appear to him to be most deserving’. The estate included two land orders Nos 240 and 416. The executors, JY Macknight, William Henry JONES merchant Liverpool, and Alexander Dunlop ANDERSON merchant Liverpool, Lancs, England, power of attorney to Henry Huth WALTERS gentleman Pt Adelaide, to sell the land 16/6/1871 Deposit 76/1874

No 1

MACKRELL, John carpenter Adelaide 1875 Memorial 240/284

MACKRELL, John carpenter Adelaide, died 11/5/1878 intestate. Letters of administration to his wife, Ellen Mackrell widow Adelaide, to settle the estate. Ellen Mackrell widow Adelaide died 17/10/1878 intestate. William Mackrell saddler Adelaide the natural and lawful son and one of the next of kin obtained letters of administration for the estate Memorials 222 & 223/313

No 1

MACKRIDGE, Henry mariner Yankalilla 1858 Memorial 88/145

MACKRIDGE, Henry [formerly mariner Yankalilla but now] storekeeper Pt Adelaide 1858[-861] Memorial 123/145

MACKS, Henry of Kapunda 1860 Memorial 219/166

MACLACHLAN, John farmer Ardrossan 1886 Memorial 41/376

MAGLAGAN, Frances schoolmistress Aberdeen near Kooringa 1895 Memorial 144/423

No 1

MACLAINE, Angus Esquire formerly of Ardnamurchan, Scotland but now of South Australia 1843 Memorial 251/6

MACLAINE, Angus Esquire Ardtornish 1843 Memorial 453/2

MACLAINE, Angas Esquire late of Ardtornish Farm, but now absent therefrom 1850 Memorial 363/26

MACLAINE, Angus Esquire Ardtornish 1855 Memorial 498/83

MACLAINE, Angus Esquire formerly of Ardtornish but now of Ardushaig, Scotland 1866 Memorial 15/218

MACLAINE, Gillian of Batavia purchased 6 land grants of Sections in Survey B Hundred of Yatala, in 1839. On 15/3/1867, Edward WATSON of Greville Rd, St John’s Wood, made a declaration: He was one of the firm of MacLaine, Watson & Co merchants in Java for many years, and knew Gillian Maclaine intimately. Between Feb 1833-Aug 1835, Mr Watson had left Java for Europe temporarily, and in that time, Mrs Gillian MacLaine gave birth to a daughter which died and was buried on Java. A son and a daughter born later survived. Gillian MacLaine, his wife, two children and his wife’s mother and two sisters boarded the Regina, Captain James Clunies ROSS, left Java for Scotland on 17/3/1840, after the firm had properly insured the cargo. The ship passed through the Sunda Straits on 19/3/1840, after calling at Anjer, but disappeared with all on board after that, ‘all on board perishing by the foundering of the said ship in one of those disastrous hurricaines which occurred off the Mauritius in April and May 1840 in which other vessels are known to have been lost’. Edward Watson was the Java executor of G MacLaine’s will (The total estate worth £4,000). Angus MacLaine (likely to be a Presbyterian Minister) formerly of Ardtornish in Ardnamurchan parish, Co Argyll, Scotland, then of Ardtornish SA (at least in 1841, when he took out land grants beside the Torrens River in Survey B - Sections 813, 830, and in 1842 1565)), then of Edinburgh, then Fascadale, Co Argyll, Scotland. He was a brother of Gillian MacLaine. The firm of McLaine, Edwards & Co were part owners of the Regina, which was supposed to arrive at Cowes on the Isle of Wight some four months after leaving Batavia. The mother of the two brothers (her only family), a widow named Mrs Margery MacLaine nee GREGORSON (widow of Allan MacLaine, who had married her in 1797, Scotland), died 9/12/1836 at Ardnamurchan, Scotland. Gillian MacLaine was 41 years old when he left again for Europe. His eldest child, Margery MacLaine, died in Java, aged 2 years. Daughter Sarah Justina MacLaine born 19/6/1836, son Gillian MacLaine the Younger born 17/8/1838. Klaas Kaysus, solicitor, Batavia, 12/9/1839, had made Gillian MacLaine the Elder’s will. Gillian Maclaine ‘merchant dwelling without the city on the east side of the River Crocot’. MacLaine’s wife called Catharina Cornelia van Bewsechem (likely to have been a widow). Executors of the will were Gillian MacLaine’s uncles, John Gregorson of Ardtornish, Co Argyll, Scotland, and the Hon Sir Archibald MacLaine Companion of the Bath residing in London. In 1867, Mary Gregorson, sister to John Gregorson and Mrs Allan MacLaine, survived, living at Fascadale, Ardrishaig, Co Argyll, Scotland, aged 85. Application 8735

MACLAREN, Thomas settler Adelaide 1848 Memorial 449/12

No 1

MACLEAN, Allan farmer of the Angas Special Survey 1848 Memorial 493/39

MACLEAN, Allan farmer Strathalbyn 1854[-1868] Memorial 407/62

No 1

MACLEAN, Archibald farmer Melrose Farm Angas River near Strathalbyn 1861 Memorials 168/175 & 169/175

MACLEAN, Archibald farmer near Strathalbyn son of Christina MacLean widow near Strathalbyn 1865 Memorial 192/207

No 1

MACLEAN, Donald farmer Angas Special Survey 1849 Memorial 174/17

No 1

MACLEAN, Donald licensed victualler Corio Hotel, Goolwa linked with Allan MacLean farmer near Strathalbyn 1875 Memorial 247/282

No 1

MACLEAN, Donald stockholder Glenforslan 1876 Memorial 112/287

MACLEAN, Donald sheep farmer Glenforslan Murray River 1877 Memorial 216/298

MACLEAN, Donald sheep farmer Murray River 1877 Memorial 212/304

MACLEAN, Donald JP of Prospect Hall, Prospect 1882[-1885] Memorials 159/338 & 105/363

MACLEAN, Donald gentleman Prospect Hall near Adelaide 1886 Application 20832

MACLEAN, Donald farmer Bowden 1886 Memorial 160/374

MACLEAN, Donald sheep farmer Bowden and Mary MacLean his wife 1888 Memorial 188/390

MACLEAN, Donald sheep farmer Bowden, about to travel away from the province for a season, power of attorney to his wife, Mary MACLEAN,, to manage his SA business affairs 3/4/1888. Land in the Angas Special Survey and the Hundred of Bremer Deposit 267/1888

No 1

MACLEAN, George Commissary-General Hobart VDL 1850 Memorial 242/26

MACLEAN, George formerly of Hobart VDL but now Commissary-General Knight Commander St Helier Jersey CI 1860 Memorial 207/161

MACLEAN, George Commissary General to HM Forces Hobart Town VDL, power of attorney to William Henry MATURIN Assistant Commissary General Adelaide, Edward Castres GWYNNE solicitor Adelaide, and William John LAWRANCE solicitor Adelaide, to invest funds and manage his SA investment properties 19/9/1850. On 3/10/1859, now a Knight and living at St Helier Jersey CI, he appointed William Charles BELT, Luke Michael CULLEN, AND William Rudolph WIGLEY solicitors Adelaide, as his attorneys to manage his SA estates. Sir George Maclean Knight Commander of the Military Order of the Bath died 29/5/1861 St Heliers, Jersey, CI. His wife, Dame Sarah Mary MACLEAN, the executor of the will. Estate worth £16,000, with land and investments in England, Wales and SA. His son, William Poole MacLean to get £1,000. The rest of the estate in trust for his wife’s benefit for life and to help raise his children (except WP Maclean), then to his children in equal shares. He had made his will on 17/3/1855, at London, while about to proceed to Constantinople. Dame Sarah Maclean also used the firm of Belt, Cullen & Wigley to manage her SA business affairs. 21/2/1868, Lady Maclean of Dunraven House, Ryde, Isle of Wight, England, gave power of attorney to WC Belt to sell her SA real estate and wind up her business in the province Deposits 81/OA, 137/OA, 143/1863

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

MACLEAN, Hugh the Elder formerly farmer Strathalbyn but now out of business Adelaide and Hugh MacLean the Younger farmer Strathalbyn 1859 Archibald Maclean farmer Strathalbyn also mentioned Memorial 172/160

MACLEAN, Hugh the Younger farmer Angas Special Survey 1859 Memorial 166/160

No 1

MACLEAN, John farmer Waterloo Plains 1859 Memorial 80/150

MACLEAN, John farmer Angas Plains 1861 Memorial 156/175

MACLENNAN, James Sydney Kilroy solicitor formerly of Yorketown but now of Wellington New Zealand 1915 Memorial 46/474

No 1

MACLOUGHLIN, Charles carpenter Mintaro 1852 Memorial 24/45

MACLOUGHLIN, Charles labourer formerly of Mintaro but at present resident in the colony of Victoria 1858 Memorial 228/140

MACLOY, John Harold bacon curer's assistant Mt Barker 1927[-1938] Memorial 91/498

MACMAHON, Richard baker Adelaide 1850 Memorial 364/27

No 1

MACMILLAN, AR medical practitioner Naracoorte 1889 Application 21531

MACMILLAN, Alexander Ronald physician Narracoorte 1905 Memorial 37/453

MACMILLAN, Eliza Jane married woman Woodside, died 14/7/1960 Adelaide. Wife of Thomas MacMillan. Mother-in-law of William Joseph Armond TEMPLER Memorial 194/534

No 1

MACMILLAN, George Harris gentleman Adelaide 1892[-1897] Memorial 8/416

MACMILLAN, George Harris merchant Normanville 1903 Memorial 215/449

MACMILLAN, George Harris formerly of Normanville but now agent Adelaide (Brookman Buildings, Grenfell St) 1911 Memorial 95/467

MACMILLAN, George Harris agent Adelaide, died 25/4/1914 North Adelaide. Executor; Ailcie Kate MacMillan of Kalgoorlie Rd, Largs Bay Memorial 103/477

No 1

MACNAMARA, David auctioneer Kooringa 1858[-1862] Memorial 69/132

MACNAMARA, David auctioneer Kooringa, became a bankrupt in 1863 Memorial 341/187

MACNAMARA, James and John farmers Mt Catherine Hundred of Light land grant 1861 Grant Book 44 Page 189 County Light

MACNAMARA, Martin farmer near Tothill Creek Hundred of Waterloo land grant 1862 Grant Book 44 Page 372 County Light

MACNAMARA, Michael yeoman Gawler 1850 Memorial 448/22

MACNAMARA, Patrick farmer Wakefield River Hundred of Saddleworth land grant 1857 Grant Book 44 Page 328 County Light

MAHOONo 1

Macnamara, Samuel storekeeper Adelaide 1849 Memorial 461/17

MACNAMARA, Samuel farmer Cudlee Creek 1851 Memorial 67/38

No 1 - Samuel Edward Macnamara

MACNAMARA, Samuel 24 blacksmith married Jane TEAKLE 18 (she could not write) on 24/5/1849 Wesleyan Chapel Gawler Place Adelaide. Minister: Daniel James DRAPER. Witnesses: William and Mary Ann WHEELER Application 23779

MACNAMARA, Samuel farmer Gumeracha 1850[-1860] Memorial 330/23

MACNAMARA, Samuel farmer Kenton Valley near Gumeracha 1856 Memorial 78/98

MACNAMARA, Samuel Edward farmer Gumeracha 1858 [At Riverton by the 1860s] Memorial 22/146

MACNAUGHTON, John Duncan accountant Bank of NSW Adelaide branch 1949 Memorial 15/524

MACNEE, Ann widow Kensington 1863 Memorial 93/188

No 1

MACNEE, Dixon sheep farmer Beaumont 1862 Memorial 334/181

MACNEE, Dixon sheep farmer formerly of Beaumont but now of The Monster in the Tatiara Country 1862 Memorial 95/197

MACNEE, Dixon sheep farmer formerly of Beaumont, but now of near The Monster in the Tatiara Country, power of attorney to Walter Vernon HERFORD solicitor Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 4/7/1862 Deposit 235/1864

MACNEIL, Thomas labourer Cox Creek 1865 Memorial 121/205

MACNEILL, Donald stockholder Adelaide 1886 Memorial 159/374

No 1

MACNICOL, John farmer Little Para 1858 Memorial 120/136

MACNICOL, John gentleman Peachey Belt 1860 Memorial 111/169

MACNICOL, John farmer near Salisbury 1866 Memorial 66/209

MACPHAIL, Colin of Mt Gambier 1868 Memorial 238/235

MACPHERSON, AD director FJ ANTHONY & Co Ltd of 151 Payneham Road, St Peters 1949 Memorial 37/524

No 1

MACPHERSON, Duncan shepherd Little Bowden 1846 Memorial 156/55

MACPHERSON, Duncan farmer Hundred of Para Wirra 1851[-1856] Memorial 352/33

MACPHERSON, Duncan farmer South Para 1853 Memorial 334/47

MACPHERSON, Edward Augustus of Hawthornden, Edgecliffe Road NSW, power of attorney to Frances Rachel Charlotte COLE The Woodlands, Pt Elliot, to take out certain leases for him in the Northern Territory 6/6/1884 Deposit 127/1884

No 1

MACPHERSON, Frederick Adolphus gentleman Adelaide 1839 Application 15437

MACPHERSON, Mr Lands Office draftsman Adelaide 1839[-1840] Grant Book 0 Page 1 County Unnamed

MACPHERSON, Frederick Adolphus farmer Adelaide 1842 Memorial 349/2 Esquire Burnside 1850 Memorial 397/26 Farmer Burnside 1851 Memorial 286/30

MACPHERSON, Frederick Adolphus Esquire formerly of Burnside but now of Melbourne Vic 1853 Memorial 250/55

MACPHERSON, Hugh labourer Portland Estate 1875 Memorial 19/280

MACPHERSON/MCPHERSON, John farmer Dalkey, died early 1870s. He left his entire estate in trust to his wife Ann MacPherson, for life, then the trustees to act at their discretion for the good of the family - John MacPherson, Margaret MacPherson, Martin MacPherson, and Mary Ann MacPherson. Trustees; John MacPherson farmer Riverton and Malcolm MacPherson farmer Alma Memorial 137/274

MACQUARIE, John painter Yankalilla 1862 Memorial 7/183

No 1

MACQUEEN, Peter farmer Guichen Bay 1856 Memorial 57/112

MACQUEEN, Peter innkeeper Robe 1863 Memorial 139/189

MACQUILLAN, Patrick labourer Prospect 1850 Memorial 262/20

MACRAE, Annabella widow Aldinga Plains 1855 Memorial 225/105

MACRAE, Colin labourer formerly of Barmera but now of 320 Muritai Road, Eastbourne, Wellington New Zealand 1950 Memorial 96/525

MACRAE, Farquhar farmer Aldinga 1856 Memorial 57/106

No 1

MACRAE, Finlay farmer Aldinga 1856 Memorial 57/106

MACRAE, Finlay farmer Aldinga, died c1879. Bequests to his wife, Mary McRae, and their daughter, Catherine Margaret MacRae and son, Colin MacRae Memorial 37/322

No 1

MACRIDGE, Henry yeoman Pt Adelaide 1852 Memorial 73/44

MACRIDGE, Henry mariner Yankalilla 1857 Memorial 220/113

MACTAVISH, Douglas civil servant Adelaide about to marry Emillia Annie RANDALL widow Adelaide 1878 Memorial 39/311

MACTAVISH, Dugald Esquire Myponga 1843. He was already in SA by 1837 Memorial 328/2

MACTAVISH, D of Callington 1855 Memorial 445/87

MACZKOWIACK, Anton farmer Blumberg 1857 Memorial 200/125

MACZKOWIACK, August farmer Mannum 1885 Memorial 154/372

MACZKOWIACK, Johann Richard farmer Caloote 1893 Memorial 55/417

MADAGAN, John labourer Mt Gambier 1857 Memorial 108/126

No 1 - probably the same person

MADDEFORD, Charles financial agent Milne St, Fullarton linked with Hilda Ottilie Maddeford of Fullarton 1909 Memorial 238/461

MADDEFORD, C of 17 Cranbrook Chambers, Bentham St, Adelaide 1934 Memorial 175/507

No 1

MADDEFORD, Joseph Henry bootmaker Norwood and Jane Lamont Maddeford his wife 1862 Memorial 124/185

MADDEFORD, Joseph Henry the Elder bootmaker Norwood and Jane Lamont Maddeford his wife. Linked with Joseph Henry Maddeford the Younger telegraph operator Norwood and William John Maddeford grocer Adelaide 1888 Memorial 188/394

MADDEFORD, Joseph Henry the Younger telegraph operator Norwood and MADDEFORD, John grocer Adelaide 1889 Application 21550

No 1

MADDEN, John farmer St John's near Kapunda 1866 Memorial 337/209

No 2

MADDEN, John cellarman Adelaide (North Tce) and Ada Elizabeth Madden his wife 1913 Memorial 95/469

MADDEN, Patrick railway employee Gibson St, Bowden 1905 Application 24930

MADDEN, William horse dealer Adelaide 1877 Memorial 68/304

MADDER, John farmer St Johns near Kapunda 1866 Memorial 337/209

MADDERN, Cyril John public servant Adelaide (Pirie St) 1950 Memorial 30/525

No 1

MADDERN, David farmer Glencoe 1877 Memorial 19/305

MADDERN, David farmer Lucindale Hundred of Joyce land grant 1884 Grant Book 51 Page 10 County Robe

No 1

MADDERN, John miller Carlington [Callington?] 1854 Memorial 347/76

MADDERN, John farmer Harrogate Hundred of Kanmantoo 1858 Memorial 292/147

MADDERN, John farmer Harrogate Hundred of Kanmantoo land grant 1859 Grant Book 57 Page 154 County Sturt

MADDERN, John the Elder farmer Harrogate Hundred of Finniss land grant 1878[-1884] Grant Book 58 Page 35 County Sturt

MADDERN, John farmer Rosehill Farm near Harrogate 1877 Application 16506

No 2

MADDERN, John baker with his shop int St Vincent St, and bakery in Robe St, Pt Adelaide. He leased these premises from David BOWER gentleman Pt Adelaide 1876 Memorial 244/293

No 3

MADDERN, John draper Wallaroo 1903 Memorial 206/449

MADDERN, John Edward storekeeper Auburn 1903 Memorial 23/450

MADDERN, Solomon farmer near Harrogate 1865 Application 6083

No 1

MADDERN, Thomas shoemaker Adelaide 1850 Memorial 37/26

No 2

MADDERN, Thomas carpenter Mt Barker 1853[-1855] Memorial 384/61

MADDERN, Thomas farmer Ashbourne 1856 Ashbourne Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee Memorial 209/102

MADDERN, Thomas farmer Mt Barker 1872 Application 11965

No 1

MADDERN, William yeoman Adelaide 1851 Memorial 62/37

MADDERN, William [formerly yeoman Adelaide but now] farmer Section 1072 near Adelaide 1854 Memorial 499/82

MADDERN, William farmer Adelaide 1855 Memorial 213/83

MADDERN, William farmer Rosehill near Adelaide 1855[-1857] Memorial 59/84

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

MADDERN, William stockdealer Adelaide 1877 Memorial 188/301

MADDERN, William horsedealer Adelaide and Jane Martha Maddern his wife 1881[-1882] Memorial 206/333

MADDERN, William of Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of Kulpara land grant 1888 Grant Book 14 Page 330 County Daly

MADDERN, William Edward greengrocer Mintaro 1884 Memorial 35/363

MADDIGAN, Dennis hotelkeeper Governor Hindmarsh Hotel Bowden 1913[-1914] Memorial 32/468

MADDIGAN, G storeman Pt Adelaide 1913 Memorial 190/468

No 1

MADDIGAN, John labourer Hackham 1856 Memorial 279/97

MADDIGAN, Susan widow Hackham 1877, relict of the late John Maddigan formerly labourer Hackham 1856, She could not write. Linked with Owen Maddigan farmer Hackham Application 16271

No 2

MADDIGAN, John police constable Adelaide 1885 Memorial 187/370

No 3

MADDIGAN, John labourer Pt Adelaide (Portland Place) 1896 Application 23117

No 1

MADDIGAN, Owen labourer Hackham 1867 Memorial 234/221

MADDIGAN, Owen farmer Hackham 1877 Application 15784

MADDIGAN, Owen farmer Alma 1884 Application 20047

MADDIGAN, Owen labourer Hackham 1885 Application 20516

MADDIGAN, Owen farmer Humphrey Springs 1900 Application 24027

MADDOCK, Alfred Esten gentleman Adelaide 1854 Memorial 80/80

No 1

MADDOCK, Henry Dyer gentleman North Adelaide 1853 Memorial 68/55

MADDOCK, Henry Dyer gentleman Adelaide 1854[-1857] Memorial 378/62

No 1 - likely to be the same person

MADDOCK, JF solicitor Adelaide 1853[-1857] Memorial 428/49

MADDOCK, John Ford the Younger gentleman Adelaide 1854 Memorial 379/62

MADER, Carl Friedrich labourer Hahndorf 1859[-1873] Memorials 312/155, 244/70, Application 12871

No 1

MARKS, Christian the Elder shoemaker Hahndorf 1853[-1885] Memorial 91/60

No 2 - probably the same person

MADER, Christian farmer Hundred of English 1883[-1885] Memorial 132/349

MADER, Christian farmer Hundred of English 1893 Grant Book 17 Page 173 County Eyre

MADER, Christian farmer Hundred of Lindley 1885 Memorial 56/368

MARKS, Christian Carl [also known as Carl Marks] shoemaker Hahndorf 1867[-1889] Applications 8502, 20572

MADER, Gottfried farmer Hundred of Moorooroo 1859 Memorial 102/153

MADER, Johann August farmer near Point Pass 1879 Grant Book 17 Page 167 County Eyre

MADER, Johannes Gotthelf farmer Hampden 1949 Memorial 123/524

No 1

MADGE, Matthew Henry baker Adelaide 1864 Memorial 5/196

MADGE, Matthew Henry baker Adelaide, about to leave the province for some time, power of attorney to George Lane WARE shopman Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 19/3/1878 Deposit 70/1878

MADGE, Matthew Henry gentleman Adelaide 1898[-1913] Memorial 67/434

MADIGAN, Andrew of Mt Pleasant and Elizabeth Madigan his wife, daughter of the late James and Elizabeth Sophie MASON 1862

married woman Mt Pleasant wife of Andrew Madigan 1862 Memorial 164/180, Memorial 179/180

No 1

MADIGAN, Denis farmer near Mintaro 1860 Application 1190

MADIGAN, Denis farmer Mintaro 1863 Application 4153

MADIGAN, Denis farmer Section 355 Hundred of Clare 1865 Memorial 133/202

MADIGAN, Denis farmer near Clare 1867 Memorial 23/221

MADIGAN, Denis farmer Mintaro 1881 Application 18872

No 2

MADIGAN, Denis hotelkeeper Governor Hindmarsh Hotel Bowden 1913[-1914] Memorial 32/468

MADIGAN, Druis farmer Mintaro 1887 Application 21134

No 1

MADIGAN, Gerald landbroker's clerk Adelaide (14 Grenfell St) 1942 Memorial 16/522

MADIGAN, Gerald broker's clerk 14 Grenfell St, Adelaide, in the employ of DRA GEHRS licensed land broker Adelaide 1950 Application 28764

MADIGAN, James farmer Hundred of Eurilpa 1887 Memorial 88/384

No 1

MADIGAN, John labourer Mt Gambier 1859 Memorial 297/152

MADIGAN, John farmer Mt Gambier Hundred of Gambier land grant 1859 Grant Book 30 Page 92 County Grey

No 1 - perhaps the same person

MADIGAN, John Lawrence, Michael William and Thomas Francis farmers Lameroo. Hundred of Bews land grant 1911 Grant Book 12 Page 8 County Chandos

MADIGAN, John Lawrence hotelkeeper Parilla. Hundred of Parilla land grant 1927 Grant Book 12 Page 101 County Chandos

MADIGAN, Michael and Angus MCAULAY licensed victuallers Criterion Hotel Frances St, Pt Adelaide trading under the style or firm of McAulay & Madigan 1926 Memorial 191/494

No 1 - perhaps the same person

MADIGAN, Patrick farmer Section 527 Hundred of Belvidere linked with Thomas Madigan farmer Hundred of Belvidere 1861 Memorial 267/175

MADIGAN, Patrick of Greenock Creek 1864 Memorial 177/194

MADIGAN, Patrick farmer The Moppa 1868 Application 22270

No 1

MADIGAN, Thomas farmer Adelaide 1853 Memorial 234/53

MADIGAN, Thomas farmer Belvidere 1854[-1859] Memorial 323/68

MADIGAN, Thomas farmer Greenock Creek 1865 Memorial 227/202

MADIGAN, Thomas farmer Hill River Hundred of Clare 1866[-1879] Memorial 104/210

MADIGAN, Thomas farmer formerly of Greenock but now of Hill River near Clare 1879 Memorial 212/315

No 2

MADIGAN, Thomas farmer Pt Pirie 1882 Application 19078

No 3

MADIGAN, Thomas farmer Paratoo 1887 Memorial 109/385

No 1

MADIGAN, Thomas Patrick labourer Sevenhill 1947 Memorial 154/521

MADIGAN, Thomas Patrick labourer Sevenhill 1952 Application 28890

MADGE, Matthew Henry baker Adelaide 1878 Memorial 224/306

No 1 – probably the same family

MADLAND, Charles hawker Pt Augusta West. Pt Augusta West (Hundred of Copley) township allotment land grant 1891 Grant Book 65 Page 225 County Manchester

MADLAND, Eliza widow Pt Augusta 1863 Memorial 135/195

MADLEY, Lewis George gentleman Adelaide, about to leave the province, power of attorney to Harold Mayo ADDISON surveyor Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 27/8/1880 Deposit 207/1880

MADRILL, Fluto farmer Hundred of Bundey 1889 Memorial 149/400

MAEKE, Christian butcher North Adelaide 1860 Memorial 311/161

MAEL, John labourer Glynde 1865[-1866] Memorial 306/207

MAEL, Thomas farmer Marden 1856 Memorial 433/96

No 1

MAERKERT/MARKERT/MÄKERT, Ernst Wilhelm farmer Greenock Creek 1863 Application 4422

MAERKERT/MARKERT/MÄKERT, Marie Rosine storekeeper Eudunda 1883 Memorial 103/348

MAERKERT/MARKERT/MÄKERT, Maria Rosine widow Eudunda 1885[-1890] Memorial 200/368

MAERSCHEL, Gustav Adolph cabinetmaker Blumberg 1917 Memorial 132/475

MAETZ?/MATZ, Henry Paul driller Gawler West 1927 Application 27622

MAETZE, Carl farmer near Hahndorf. Member St John German Protestant Church Hahndorf 1859 Memorial 301/153

No 1

MAETZE, Johann Christoph gardener Mt Barker 1854 Section 1922 Mt Barker Special Survey land sale Memorial 247/62

MAETZE, Johann Christoph farmer Hahndorf 1854 Memorial 239/67

MAEUSEL, Heronymus Traugott Leo farmer Lobethal 1854[-1859] Memorial 74/70

MAGANN, Johanna spinster Adelaide 1855 Memorial 114/95

MAGAR, Michael labourer Tarcowie. Hundred of Tarcowie land grant 1912 Grant Book 13 Page 61 County Dalhousie

No 1

MAGAR, William farmer Hallett Co Burra. Hundred of Tarcowie land grant 1881 Grant Book 13 Page 50 County Dalhousie

MAGAR, William farmer Tarcowie. Hundred of Tarcowie land grant 1886[-1903] Grant Book 13 Page 53 County Dalhousie

No 1

MAGAREY, Alexander Thomas gentleman North Adelaide, power of attorney to James William MAGAREY gentleman North Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 30/7/1880. He left for other places again in 1904, leaving his son, Archibald Campbell MAGAREY medical student North Adelaide, as his attorney from his 21 st birthday on 15/7/1904 Deposits 182/1880, 43/1905

MAGAREY, Alexander Thomas miller Hindmarsh linked with Thomas Magarey Esquire Enfield 1881 Memorial 190/336

MAGAREY, Alexander Thomas land agent Adelaide and Hindmarsh 1897 Application 23337

MAGAREY, Alexander Thomas agent Mills Tce, North Adelaide, died 20/6/1906, of 6 hours' cerebral haemorrhage, aged 57 Application 27765

MAGAREY, Virginia Campbell wife of Alexander Thomas Magarey gentleman Adelaide, about to leave the state for a time, power of attorney to her son Archibald Campbell MAGAREY medical student North Adelaide, as her attorney to manage her business affairs from his 21st birthday on 15/7/1904 Deposit 44/1904

MAGAREY, Elizabeth widow Gawler 1865 Memorial 59/201

No 1

MAGAREY, Isaac gentleman Gawler 1887 Memorial 127/387

MAGAREY, Isaac out of business Gawler, died 1/6/1929. Husband of Ann Magarey Memorial 96/502

No 1

MAGAREY, James journeyman Hindmarsh 1848 Memorial 401/11

MAGAREY, James miller Hindmarsh 1851[-1857] Memorial 407/34

MAGAREY, James flour factor Adelaide 1857 Memorial 46/120

MAGAREY, James William station manager Narracoorte 1894 Memorial 127/422

MAGAREY, Sarah Ann spinster Glenelg, power of attorney to Alexander Thomas MAGAREY of Adelaide, to manage her SA business affairs 12/4/1882. See KIDNER for her marriage and life in England Deposit 124/1883

MAGAREY, Sylvanus James medical practitioner Adelaide 1894 Application 22717

No 1

MAGAREY, Thomas miller Noarlunga 1849 Memorial 214/18

MAGAREY, Thomas miller Hindmarsh 1850[-1857] Memorial 140/29

MAGAREY, Thomas Esquire Adelaide 1857 Memorial 230/125

MAGAREY, Thomas Esquire Enfield House, Enfield 1859 Memorial 70/158

MAGARY, Thomas Esquire formerly of Hindmarsh but now of Enfield 1863 Memorial 228/188

MAGAREY, Thomas miller formerly of Hindmarsh but now of Enfield 1871[-1897] Application 11811, Application 23337

MAGAREY, Thomas Esquire Enfield, power of attorney to his sons, Alexander Thomas Magarey, Thomas Charles Alfred Magarey of Adelaide and James William Magarey station manager Naracoorte, to manage his SA business affairs 3/5/1899 Deposit 72/1900

No 1

MAGAREY, Thomas George Francis gentleman Naracoorte, power of attorney to William James MAGAREY merchant North Adelaide, to manage his business affairs in SA and any other British colony south of the Equator 26/3/1874 Deposit 151/1874

MAGAREY, Thomas George Francis of Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of Crystal Brook land grant 1879 Grant Book 60 Page 227 County Victoria

No 1 - likely to be the same person

MAGAREY, William James station agent Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hawker (Hundred of Wonoka) township allotment land grant 1883 Grant Book 5 Page 14 County Blachford

MAGARY, William James agent Adelaide (Waymouth St) 1887 Enrolment 23/54

MAGARY, William James gentleman Adelaide (Currie St) 1902[-1808] Memorial 208/446

No 1 - probably the same person

MAGAW, Samuel farmer Plympton 1850 Memorial 466/24

MAGAW, Samuel farmer Glenvale 1858 Stockport District School trustee Memorial 58/152

No 1

MAGEE, Daniel farmer Wilmington 1885[-1894] Memorial 83/368

MAGEE, Daniel butcher Wilmington 1888 Memorial 181/391

MAGEN, Eduard farmer Jacobs Creek 1887 Memorial 50/387

MAGEN, Johann August of Bethanien 1867 Memorial 19/219

MAGENNIS, John draper Adelaide 1879 Memorial 187/315

No 1

MAGGS, Arthur Edward bootmaker Hindmarsh linked with George Maggs labourer Hindmarsh 1908 Memorial 177/459

MAGGS, Arthur Edward bootmaker Hindmarsh 1917 Memorial 32/475

No 1

MAGGS, George railway official Gilberton and Caroline Maggs his wife 1889 Application 21729

MAGGS, Caroline hotelkeeper Adelaide (Foundry Hotel Hindley St) 1911 Memorial 27/464

No 2

MAGGS, George labourer Hindmarsh 1890[-1908] Memorial 68/407

No 1

MAGGS, James gentleman Queenstown 1852 Memorial 207/45

MAGGS, James labourer formerly of Qeenstown but now of the Avoca Diggings Vic 1855 Susan Isabella Maggs of Queenstown was his SA attorney Memorials 258/85 & 51/87

MAGGS, James labourer late of Queenstown, but now of the Avoca diggings Vic, power of attorney to his wife, Susan Isabella MAGGS, to sell their home and settle their business affairs 27/1/1855 Deposit 406/1855

MAGHER, Edward farmer near Macclesfield 1895 Application 23079

MAGIN, E farmer and shearer Macclesfield and Jane Magin his wife 1869 Application 10114

No 1

MAGNER, Daniel farmer near Auburn 1865 Application 5981

MAGNER, Daniel farmer Orroroo. Hundred of Black Rock Plain land grant 1912 Grant Book 13 Page 116 County Dalhousie

MAGNER, John of Narridy Hundred of Booleroo land grant 1882 Grant Book 24 Page 626 County Frome

No 1

MAGNUS, Edward storekeeper Tanunda 1849 Memorial 323/17

MAGNUS, Edward agent Tanunda 1852 Memorial 14/44

MAGNUS, Edward gentleman Tanunda 1853 Memorial 366/54

MAGNUS, Edward gentleman formerly of Tanunda but now of Kensington 1855 Memorial 23/86

MAGNUS, Eduard gentleman Kensington, died c1855. He left his personal estate to his wife, Anna Magnus, in trust for life (or otherwise only with the express permission of Wilhelm SCHULITZ broker Adelaide), then to his nephew Emil Magnus, eldest son of Rudolf Magnus of Königsberg, Prussia Memorial 156/87

MAGNUS, Eduard gentleman Adelaide [formerly agent Tanunda], all his real and personal estate to his wife, Ann Magnus, niece of the late Admiral Sir William De Met, in trust for life, which she can only sell provided she gets approval from William SCHULITZ broker Adelaide. E Magnus’s father’s silver watch and his mother’s diamond ring to his brother, Rodolf Magnus, immediately. After Ann Magnus died, the estate to go to Emil Magnus, eldest son of Rodolf Magnus, Königsberg, East Prussia. Will made 30/5/1855. Application 958

No 1

MAGOR, James farmer Dublin Hundred of Dublin land grant 1882 Grant Book 26 Page 349 County Gawler

MAGOR, Henry miner Aberdeen 1851 Application 18071

MAGOR, Henry yeoman Kooringa linked with Alice Magor widow Kooringa 1857 Memorial 89/113

MAGOR, Herbert of the ES & A Bank Appila Yarrowie 1896 Memorial 194/429

No 1

MAGOR, John labourer formerly of Onkaparinga [Noarlunga] 1842 but now of Yankalilla 1863 Application 4060.

No 2 - probably the Elder

MAGOR, John miner Adelaide 1843 Memorial 66/3

MAGOR, John farmer Adelaide 1847 Memorial 141/44

MAGOR, John and ROW, John miners Miners’ Village near Adelaide 1847 Memorial 178/10

MAGOR, John miner Miner’s Village bought Section 7579 beside the Gawler River, in partnership with John ROW £83 14/3/1848 Enrolment 80/13

MAGOR, John miner Miner's Village 1848 Memorial 330/45

MAGOR, John farmer Gawler River 1850 Foundation trustee for the Primitive Methodist Chapel and school Memorial 327/26

MAGOR, John [probably the Elder] farmer Gawler River 1852[-1873] Memorial 329/45 Primitive Methodist Connexion member 1863 Memorial 328/190

MAGOR, John formerly miner Miner's Village but now farmer Gawler River 1862 Memorial 162/181

MAGOR, John farmer Gawler River father of Elizabeth Magor 'living with her father' 1874 Memorial 193/275

No 3 - perhaps to be identified with No 1? The Younger?

MAGOR, John farmer Adelaide 1852. Para Plains land purchase Memorial 141/44 Farmer Gawler River 1853 Memorial 82/53

MAGOR, John and Reuben farmers Pt Gawler 1859 Memorial 40/155

MAGOR, John farmer Pt Gawler 1864 Memorial 189/196

MAGOR, John farmer Angle Vale near Pt Gawler 1875 Memorial 71/282

MAGOR, John gentleman Payneham 1875 Memorial 59/285

MAGOR, John gentleman formerly of Angle Vale near Pt Gawler but now of Payneham 1878 Memorial 48/307

No 4 - perhaps the son of No 2

MAGOR, John the Younger farmer Two Wells 1871[-1878] Memorial 90/255

No 5

MAGOR, John miner Kooringa 1851 Memorial 176/31

MAGOR, John publican Aberdeen, died c1854. He left his entire estate to his wife, Alice Magor Memorial 191/81

MAGOR, Alice widow Adelaide 1855 Memorial 399/92

MAGOR, Alice widow Kooringa 1862 Application 3504

MAGOR, Alice widow Norwood, died c1868. She left land in trust to support the children of her deceased son, John Magor, until the youngest child turned 21, then all the children to share equally absolutely in remainder expectant. Money to her grandchildren in Ballarat Vic, children of her deceased son, Henry Magor - Grace Magor, Fanny Louisa Magor and John Henry Magor. £250 to be invested for the benefit of her daughter, Mary Ann PELLEW wife of John Pellew gentleman Norwood, during her lifetime, then in remainder expectant absolutely for the testatrix's fatherless grandchildren. To the testatrix's daughter, Jane GOLDSWORTHY widow Kooringa, £100. To the testatrix's daughter, Louisa WILLIAMS wife of Richard Williams gentleman Norwood, £100. To the testatrix's granddaughter, Mary Ann SANDERSON wife of John Sanderson saddler Gawler, £30. The testatrix's son, Thomas Magor storekeeper Finniss Vale, to get the rest of his mother's real estate Memorial 51/229

MAGOR, Alice widow Norwood, died 1/1/1868 Gawler. Estate worth £1,000. Relatives mentioned in her will included Thomas Magor innkeeper Finniss Vale, a deceased son John Magor, another deceased son Henry Magor of Ballarat Vic (his children included Grace, Fanny Louisa, and John Henry Magor), daughter Mary Ann PELLEW wife of John Pellew gentleman Norwood, daughter Jane GOLDSWORTHY widow Kooringa, Louisa WILLIAMS wife of Richard Williams gentleman Norwood, granddaughter Mary Ann SANDERSO wife of John Sanderson saddler Gawler Application 27972

No 6

MAGOR, John and Thomas farmers Hutt River 1850 Memorial 98/21

No 7

MAGOR, John yeoman Kooringa 1855 Memorial 229/81

No 8

MAGOR, John farmer Ardrossan and Alice Ann Magor his wife 1898 Application 23623

No 9

MAGOR, John farmer Dowlingville Hundred of Cunningham land grant 1898 Grant Book 19 Page 287 County Fergusson

No 1 – perhaps the same person

MAGOR, John Henry farmer Pt Pirie Hundred of Pirie land grant 1883 Grant Book 60 Page 298 County Victoria

MAGOR, John Henry hotel manager Pt Pirie linked with Thomas Magor licensed victualler Pt Pirie 1884 Memorial 114/357

MAGOR, Thomas publican Pt Pirie, had died by 1911. Executors – Cordelia Magor widow St Peters, John Ayers LINES farmer near Pt Pirie and William Kingsnorth MALLYON bank manager Pt Pirie Grant Book 60 Page 307 County Victoria

No 1

MAGOR, Reuben farmer Pt Gawler 1858[-1864] Memorial 168/200

MAGOR, Reuben of the East Moonta Mine 1885 Memorial 141/367

No 1

MAGOR, Richard farmer Pt Gawler 1857[-1875] Pt Gawler Primitive Methodist Chapel trustee Memorial 217/122

MAGOR, Richard farmer Pt Gawler 1864 Memorial 67/198

MAGOR, Richard farmer formerly of Pt Gawler but now of Pt Adelaide 1877 Application 16395

No 2

MAGOR, Richard farmer Two Wells 1878 Application 16753

MAGOR, Richard Albert sharebroker Adelaide (Royal Exchange, King William St) linked with Cordelia Magor widow formerly of Payneham Rd, St Peters but now of Pt Pirie relict of the late Thomas Magor gentleman formerly of Pt Pirie but then of Payneham Rd, St Peters 1904 Memorial 55/452

No 1

MAGOR, Thomas miner Kooringa 1848 Kooringa Wesleyan Methodist trustee Memorial 151/13

MAGOR, Thomas miner Burra Burra Mines 1853 Memorial 12/48

MAGOR, Thomas miner formerly of the Burra Burra Mines but now of Ballarat Vic 1857 Memorial 112/114

MAGOR, Thomas formerly miner Burra Burra Mines 1853 but now gentleman Ballarat Vic 1866 Application 7240

No 2

MAGOR, Thomas licensed victualler Saddleworth Co Light. Yatina (Hundred of Black Rock Plain) township allotment land grant 1874 Grant Book 13 Page 5 County Dalhousie

MAGOR, Thomas licensed victualler Pt Pirie 1883[-1887] Memorial 95/353

MAGOR, Thomas licensed victualler Pt Pirie, about to leave the province for some months, power of attorney to his son, John Henry MAGOR hotel manager Pt Pirie, to manage his SA business affairs, including the hotel 12/3/1884 Deposit 76/1884

MAGOR, Thomas linked with William George Magor both gentlemen Adelaide 1896 Memorial 207/426

MAGOR, Thomas gentleman formerly of Pt Pirie but then of Payneham Rd, St Peters, died 7/5/1896 Memorial 210/429

MAGOR, Thomas gentleman formerly of Pt Pirie but then of Payneham Rd, St Peters, died c1896. Husband of Cordelia Magor. Richard Albert Magor sharebroker Adelaide (Royal Exchange King William St) mentioned. William George Magor formerly gentleman Adelaide but now licensed victualler Kalgoorlie WA likely to belong to this family Memorials 210 & 228/432

No 1

MAGOR, William George gentleman Adelaide took out a mining lease over land near Blumberg 1896 Memorial 207/426

MAGOR, William George hotelkeeper Kalgoorlie WA owned a mining lease near Blumberg 1897 Memorial 94/430

MAGRIDGE, George brickmaker Hindmarsh 1851 Memorial 75/31

No 1

MAGUIRE, Bernard farmer Montague Village Dry Creek 1853 Memorial 81/54

MAGUIRE, Bernard labourer Kapunda 1898 Memorial 67/436

MAGUIRE, Bernard labourer Kapunda, died 21/5/1916 intestate. Husband of Mary Ann Maguire. Estate worth £75 Memorial 110/474

MAGUIRE, Charles Andrew wharf labourer Pt Lincoln 1920 Application 28971

MAGUIRE, Charles John a member of the AIF 10 Barham St, Allenby Gardens 1945 Memorial 132/519

No 1

MAGUIRE, Francis carpenter Kapunda 1857 Memorial 211/124

MAGUIRE, Francis wheelwright Kapunda 1885 Memorial 58/371

MAGUIRE, Francis carpenter Kapunda 1877 Application 16203

MAGUIRE, Francis carpenter Kapunda, died 19/12/1897. Executors: Martin MCCARTHY farmer Kapunda and Luke MURPHY labourer Kapunda. Bernard Maguire labourer bought some of the real estate Memorials 66 & 67/436

MAGUIRE, Francis carpenter Kapunda, died 19/12/1897. The estate worth £255. Husband of Jane Maguire. His son, Bernard Maguire labourer Kapunda, died 21/5/1916 intestate. Two others son were John Maguire labourer Kapunda 1928, and Thomas Maguire blacksmith Wulyungarie Station via Cockburn, who died 20/3/1928 on the Station, of heart failure, aged 42. Born at Kapunda, he was a bachelor. Bernard and Mary Ann Maguire had the following children by 1928 - Mary Maguire of Angas St, Adelaide, Thomas Maguire labourer Cockburn, Bridget POWER of Le Hunte St, Wayville, Hannah Talbot York St, Prospect; John Maguire of Le Hunte St, Wayville, Agnes SMALLACOMBE of Prospect, Alice NEVILLE of Baldville St, Prospect Application 27449

MAGUIRE, Jane widow of the late Francis Maguire carpenter Kapunda, died 29/3/1910, of 1 year 7 months' senile decay, aged 75. Born Co Tyrone, Ireland. To SA 55 years ago. Married aged 18. 4 sons living. 2 sons and 1 daughter were deceased. Bernard Maguire labourer Kapunda was a son. He died 21/5/1916 intestate. Estate worth £75. Letters of administration to his widow, Mary Ann Maguire. Another son, John Maguire labourer Kapunda 1928 Application 26125

MAGUIRE/MCGUIRE, Francis John bootmaker Pt Pirie 1874[-1875] Memorial 154/276

MAGUIRE, Hugh bootmaker Crystal Brook Co Victoria. Morchard (Hundred of Coomooroo) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 13 Page 249 County Dalhousie

No 1

MAGUIRE, John labourer LIght River 1859 Memorial 153/150

MAGUIRE, John labourer near Kapunda Co Light. Hundred of Bundaleer land grant 1874 Grant Book 60 Page 71 County Victoria

MAGUIRE, John Charles plasterer Bowden 1880 Application 18256

MAGUIRE, Michael farmer Alma 1864 Application 4987

No 1

MAGUIRE, Peter horse dealer Kapunda 1880 Application 17986

MAGUIRE, Peter horse trainer Kapunda, formerly licensed victualler Morning Star Hotel Kapunda, died 5/6/1881. The executors to sell his entire estate and to send the funds in equal shares to his brother, Thomas Maguire Haworth Bankfoot, Co Durham, England, and his sister Catherine GOODWILL of Monk St, Gateside, Co Durham, England Application 26125

No 1

MAGUIRE, Samuel labourer Yankalilla 1854 Memorial 421/66

MAGUIRE, Samuel farmer Yankalilla 1854 Memorial 492/75

MAGUIRE, Samuel farmer Yankalilla Hundred of Waitpinga land grant 1860 Grant Book 37 Page 156 County Hindmarsh

No 2

MAGUIRE, Samuel farmer Adelaide 1857 Memorial 205/130

MAGUIRE, Thomas the Younger labourer Farrell Flat Co Stanley. Hundred of Mannanarie land grant 1879 Grant Book 13 Page 78 County Dalhousie

No 1

MAGUIRE, William solicitor Adelaide (Hindley St) 1849[-1850]. Did much legal work for the Wesleyan Methodist Church Memorials 250/15 & 108/23

MAGUIRE, William solicitor Adelaide Woodside Woodside Wesleyan Methodist Glebe Land (Land grant 16/8/1851 Section 5029a Hundred of Onkaparinga) foundation trustee Application 19964

MAGUIRE, William solicitor formerly of Adelaide, but now of Sydney NSW 1858 Enrolment 17/10 Norwood Wesleyan Methodist trustee 1849 Memorial 52/19

MAGUIRE, William formerly of Adelaide but now of Sydney NSW 1863 Memorial 69/188

MAGUIRE, William solicitor Randwick NSW, died 1/8/1877, of inflammation of the lungs, aged 66. Born in Dublin, Ireland, father: William Maguire. Married at age 25 to Hannah nee HENRY, and then came to SA. Anglican in NSW Application 19964.

MAHAR, Catherine of Glenelg 1891 Memorial 137/411

No 1

MAHAR, Frederick farmer Hundred of Koolywurtie 1889 Memorial 209/395

MAHAR, Frederick farmer Koolywurtie Hundred of Koolywurtie land grant 1893 Grant Book 19 Page 315 County Fergusson

No 1

MAHAR, George linked with Section 93 Hundred of Ward, Co Musgrave 1882 Memorial 55/339

MAHAR, George labourer Pt Lincoln Hundred of Ward land grant 1889 Grant Book 48 Page 13 County Musgrave

No 1

MAHAR, John the Elder of Koolywurtie Hundred of Koolywurtie land grant 1881 Grant Book 19 Page 313 County Fergusson

No 2

MAHAR, John of Greens Plains 1885 Memorial 40/365

MAHAR, John farmer Tiparra. Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1885 Grant Book 14 Page 420 County Daly

MAHAR, John farmer Hundred of Tiparra 1887 Memorial 117/384

MAHAR, John farmer Mt Rat Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1889 Grant Book 14 Page 423 County Daly

MAHAR, John farmer Tiparra. Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1891 Grant Book 14 Page 424 County Daly

No 2

MAHAR, John boarding house keeper Pt Augusta 1915 Application 26462

No 1 - perhaps the same person

MAHAR, Michael farmer Upper Wakefield 1869 Application 9880

MAHAR, Michael farmer Lower Wakefield 1874 Memorial 147/275

No 1

MAHAR, Thomas Francis dairyman Corryton near Magill 1901 Memorial 112/442

MAHAR, Thomas Francis gentleman Magill. Magill Institute trustee 1928 Memorial 30/499

MAHARRY, James labourer Adelaide, died 9/6/1898. Father of Mary TAYLOR married woman Pt Pirie 1923 Memorial 143/487

MAHEDY, Thomas storekeeper Adelaide (Waymouth St) 1870 Memorial 83/247

No 1

MAHER, Bridget married woman Virginia 1887 Memorial 186/386

MAHER, Bridget married woman Virginia 1894 Application 22819

No 1

MAHER, James Patrick surgeon and physician Gawler and Pauline Maher his wife 1901 Application 24275

MAHER, Pauline married woman Gawler 1906 Memorial 234/454

MAHER, John James farmer Lower Wakefield 1887 Memorial 88/383

MAHER, Martin teamster Yongala. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1929 Grant Book 13 Page 240 County Dalhousie

No 1

MAHER, Michael farmer formerly of Gumbowie but now of Clare 1888 Memorial 148/392

MAHER, Michael the Younger farmer formerly of Gumbowie but now of Clare 1905 Memorial 9/453

No 2

MAHER, Michael RC priest Marrabel 1915 Memorial 133/472

MAHER, Patrick labourer Moonta brother to Johanna Maher spinster Pt Elliot, who died 12/9/1897 intestate and without a parent Memorial 66/435

No 1

MAHER, Thomas labourer Adelaide 1856 Memorial 66/108

MAHER, Thomas labourer Norwood 1857 Memorial 124/119

MAHER, Thomas formerly labourer Adelaide 1856 but now quarryman Norwood 1865 Application 6959

MAHER, Thomas cow keeper Norwood 1873 Application 12477

MAHER, Thomas Francis cow keeper Norwood 1864 Application 5433

MAHERCHALALHASHBAZ, Richard engineer Goolwa 1884 Memorial 209/362

MAHLO, Heinrich farmer Lyndoch Valley Hundred of Barossa 1876 Memorial 92/290

No 1 - likely to be the same person

MAHLO, Johann Gottlob farmer Lyndoch Valley. Hundred of Barossa land grant 1851 Grant Book 1 Page 33 County Adelaide

MAHLO, Johann Gottlob farmer Barossa 1853[-1857] Memorial 42/64

MAHLO, Johann Gottlieb farmer Lyndoch Valley 1854 Memorial 228/92

MAHLO, Gottlob farmer Lyndoch Valley 1859 Memorial 264/150

MAHLO, Barbara wife of Johann Mahlo farmer Lyndoch, died 14/6/1893, of general decay and 14 days' gangrene of the feet, aged 75. Johann Gottlieb Mahlo died 12/11/1894. His estate worth £1,000 Application 23050

MAHNKE, Diedrich Friedrich George Carl Heinrich baker formerly of Adelaide but now of parts beyond the seas 1854 Memorial 112/80

No 1

MAHNKE, H undertaker's clerk Westbourne Place, North Adelaide 1910 Application 26354

MAHNKE, HD undertaker's clerk Adelaide (Wakefield St) 1929 Memorial 28/504, Application 27775

MAHNKE, Wilhelm Otto George Heinrich baker Quorn Hundred of Pichi Richi land grant 1885 Grant Book 49 Page 29 County Newcastle

MAHNS, Joachim labourer Klemzig 1859[-1860] Memorial 207/156

MAHOMET, Doosh carrier Hergott Springs Out of Hundreds. Marree (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1894 Grant Book 65 Page 140 County Not named

MAHOMET, Faiz and Tagh MAHOMET camel proprietors and storekeepers Hergott Springs, power of attorney to Elder Smith & Co Ltd, of Currie St, Adelaide, to manage their SA business affairs 27/3/1889 Deposit 75/1890

MAHOMET, Goal camel driver Hergott Springs Out of Hundreds. Marree (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1894 Grant Book 65 Page 140 County Not named

MAHOMET, Hadji Shah carrier Hergott Springs Out of Hundreds. Marree (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1894 Grant Book 65 Page 140 County Not named

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

MAHOMET, Sultan Roz camel owner Hergott Springs Out of Hundreds. Marree (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1894 Grant Book 65 Page 139 County Not named

MAHON, Lawrence Abraham hotelkeeper Overway Hotel Adelaide (Hindley St) 1926 Memorial 86/495

No 1

MAHON, Martin labourer Clare 1868 Memorial 213/233

MAHON, Martin carrier near Clare 1871 Memorial 205/254

MAHON, Martin formerly carrier 1871 but now farmer near Clare 1878 Application 16952

MAHON, Martin farmer Sevenhill 1879 Memorial 200/316

MAHON, M of Hocking St, Brompton Park 1914 Memorial 105/473

MAHON, Peter farmer Freeling 1869 Application 9732

No 1

MAHON, Richard labourer Sevenhill 1881[-1914] Memorial 217/332

MAHON, Richard of Sevenhill left to live in Broken Hill NSW c1890 Application 29253

No 1

MAHON, Robert miller Noarlunga 1849 Memorial 157/17 Miller Black Forest 1850 Memorial 145/20

MAHON, Robert miller Tea Tree Gully 1867 Memorial 226/227

No 1 - probably the same person

MAHON, William James hotelkeeper Adelaide 1926 Memorial 86/495

MAHON, WJ hotelkeeper Rhynie 1940 Memorial 151/514

MAHONEY, Catherine spinster Pt Adelaide 1855 Memorial 403/90

No 1

MAHONY, Eliza Sarah widow Yenda near Gawler 1863 Memorial 34/192

MAHONY, Eliza Sarah widow formerly of Gawler but now of North Adelaide 1877 Memorial 236/303

MAHONY, Eliza Sarah widow Adelaide, power of attorney to William Roe LEWIS solicitor Gawler, to manage her SA business affairs 16/3/1886 Deposit 120/1889

MAHONEY, Gerald Joseph hotelkeeper Commercial Hotel, Gawler, aged 44 in 1958, declared that he had been born in Gawler, and apart for 4 years' war service, he had lived in the town all his life. In the trade, the Commercial Hotel known as a Brewery House, as the SA Brewing Co owned it Application 29299

No 1

MAHONY, James builder Gawler 1872 Memorial 25/260

No 2

MAHONY, James carpenter Pt Broughton. Hundred of Mundoora land grant 1910 Grant Book 14 Page 274 County Daly

MAHONY, James carpenter Pt Broughton, had died by 1911. Executors – Myles Patrick Mahony stationer and Catherine Mahony spinster both of Pt Broughton Grant Book 14 Page 276 County Daly

MAHONEY, Leo Angus dairyfarmer Middleton 1956 Memorial 26/531

MAHONEY, Murtogh clerk Portland Estate 1877 Memorial 202/300

No 1 - perhaps the same person

MAHONEY, Patrick labourer Kapunda 1854[-1855] Memorial 408/63

MAHONEY, Patrick farmer Mt Pleasant near Kapunda 1864[-1865] Memorial 77/198

MAHONEY, Patrick formerly labourer Kapunda 1854 but now farmer Mt Pleasant near Kapunda 1866 Application 7478

No 1

MAHONEY, Thomas labourer Mt Gambier 1868 Memorial 145/230

No 2

MAHONEY, Thomas labourer Gawler South and Norah Mahony his wife 1890 Memorial 140/403

MAHONEY, Norah widow Gawler South, died 28/11/1928 Gawler. Mother of Norah Margaret WILTON married woman Gawler South. Other children mentioned but not described 1951 Memorial 191/525

No 1

MAHONY, Timothy builder Adelaide 1852[-1853] Memorial 303/43

MAHONEY, Timothy plasterer Adelaide (Rundle St) 1855 Memorial 461/85

MAHONEY, Timothy plasterer formerly of Adelaide but now of Melbourne Vic 1860 Memorial 308/162

No 2

MAHONY, Timothy farmer Dry Creek 1854 Memorial 303/68

No 1

MAHONY, David surgeon Gawler 1856 Memorial 17/95

MAHONY, Eliza Sarah widow Westaria Sedlescomb, Sussex, England, relict of David Mahony surgeon Gawler, died 23/12/1914. She left her £387 estate to her only surviving daughter, Blanche Mathilde VIVIAN wife of John William Harold Vivian of Stanwell House, Stanwell, Middlesex (Blanche Mahony 22 spinster North Adelaide married JWH Vivian 28 bank clerk Glenelg (Father; John Vivian Vivian) on 24/2/1880 St Peter's Cathedral, North Adelaide. Witnesses: W Hailey YOUNG gentleman Adelaide and Mary B HAWKER of Walkerville.) The other Mahony daughter, Jane Edith Mahony spinster 52 Courtfield Gardens, South Kensington, London, England, died 2/5/1901 at 29 Harrington Gardens, London. She left her personal estate, apart from money, to her sister, Blanche Vivian. The real estate to be sold and then placed in a trust fund with the money from the personal estate, to provide an income for life for her sister, Blanche Vivian. Afterwards, the capital to be shared equally between her cousins, Norman Malcolm Reid and Mary Reid, children of William Livingstone Reid of Glenelg. By 1915, the Vivians were living at Morest Little Common near Bexhill-on-Sea, Sussex, England Application 26484

MAHOOD, Edward storekeeper Manoora, died 1873. He left his entire estate in equal shares absolutely to his brothers, James and Joseph Mahood, of Kinnea, Co Cavan, Ireland. George and Joseph Mahood farmers Manoora to be the executors of the will Memorial 233/267

No 1

MAHOOD, George and Joseph farmers Auburn 1867 Memorial 24/228

MAHOOD, George and Joseph farmers Manoora near Auburn 1868[-1871] Memorial 247/234

MAHOOD, George and Joseph farmers now or formerly of Manoora 1876 Memorial 108/297

MAHOOD, George farmer Manoora Hundred of Appila land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 505 County Frome

MAHOOD, George farmer Wirrabara trustee Institute Wirrabara Hundred of Appila land grant 1885 Grant Book 24 Page 512 County Frome

No 1

MAHOOD, James farmer Chain of Ponds 1848[-1853] Memorial 330/12

MAHOOD, James farmer Western Sources of the Torrens 1849[-1853] Memorial 315/33

MAHOOD, James farmer Gumeracha 1851 Memorial 86/59

MAHOOD, James farmer Chain of Ponds linked with MAHOOD, William farmer Gumeracha 1852 Memorial 386/40

MAHOOD, John farmer Chain of Ponds 1843 Memorial 4811/2

No 1

MAHOOD, Joseph farmer Section 1116 Hundred of Gilbert 1866[-1868] Memorial 205/213

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

MAHOOD, Joseph farmer Manoora Hundred of Appila land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 506 County Frome

MAHOOD, Joseph farmer Fullervale Hundred of Booleroo land grant 1886 Grant Book 24 Page 630 County Frome

MAHOOD, Mary widow Manoora Hundred of Appila land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 506 County Frome

MAHOOD, Robert farmer Saddleworth 1871 Application 11718

MAHOOD, Robert Porter farmer Yarrah 1885 Memorial 206/366

No 1

MAHOOD, William farmer Gumeracha 1853 linked with Catharine Mahood widow Gumeracha relict of the late John Mahood formerly farmer Gumeracha now deceased Memorial 141/51

MAHOOD, William farmer Duck Pond Creek [near Angaston] 1855[-1857] Memorial 2/90

MAHOOD, William farmer Co Light 1858 Memorial 331/150

MAHOOD, William farmer Steelton on the Dirty Light Hundred of Waterloo land grant 1864 Grant Book 44 Page 381 County Light

No 2

MAHOOD, William farmer Hundred of Lindley 1887 Memorial 181/381

MAHR, Michael cardriver Adelaide (Hawdon St) 1868 Memorial 3/230

MAHR, John James farmer Lower Wakefield 1887 Memorial 88/383

No 1

MAHY, Thomas of Adelaide 1856 Memorial 322/98

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

MAHY, Thomas plumber Adelaide 1862 Memorial 177/186

MAHY, Thomas of Gilbert St, Adelaide 1874. Husband of Ann Mahy. Died c1897. Executors; Richard COUCHE the Elder agent Adelaide (Sturt St) and Jame LE POIDEVIN gentleman Grote St, Adelaide. Richard Couche the Younger of Adelaide mentioned. Father of Thomas Henry Mahy formerly painter but now out of business Adelaide 1897 Memorial 18/432

MAI/MAY, Carl carpenter Tanunda 1855 Memorial 500/82

No 1

MAI/MAY, Heinrich Julius Wilhelm farmer Tanunda 1852[-1858] Memorial 425/44

MAI/MAY, Heinrich Julius Wilhelm carpenter Tanunda 1859 Application 382

No 1

MAIDEN, Francis James grazier 4 Seaview Road, Tennyson and Clare Lillian Maiden his wife 1949 Memorial 98/524

MAIDEN, Francis James grazier 4 Seaview Rd, Tennyson 1951 and Clare Lillian Maiden his wife Application 28815.

MAIDMENT, Alfred Leslie farmer Ashbourne 1913 Memorial 86/468

No 1

MAIDMENT, Charles publican Everley 1866 Memorial 223/213

MAIDMENT, Charles gentleman Strathalbyn, died c1866. He left his entire estate in trust for his wife, Esther Maidment, during her lifetime, then to his children in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant. His son, Edwin Maidment farmer near Woodchester, mentioned as an executor Memorial 184/214

No 1

MAIDMENT, Edwin Charles farmer Everley 1852 Memorial 207/40

MAIDMENT, Edwin Charles licensed victualler Everley 1859 Memorial 337/153

MAIDMENT, Edwin Charles gentleman Everley 1866 Memorial 222/209

MAIDMENT, Edwin Charles farmer Everley near Woodchester 1869 Application 9793

No 1

MAIDMENT, George Alfred farmer Hindmarsh Island 1908 Application 25468

MAIDMENT, George Alfred farmer Hindmarsh Island and Margaret Maidment his wife 1910 Memorial 144/463 Formerly of Hindmarsh Island but now grazier Ashbourne 1910 Memorial 229/463

MAIDMENT, George Cecil orchardist Payneham and Constance Maidment his wife 1921[-1922] Memorial 183/483

No 1

MAIDMENT, George James farmer Meadows 1896 Memorial 76/429

MAIDMENT, George James farmer Meadows 1901, leased Section 3476 Hundred of Kuitpo, from Edward George ATKEY Esquire formerly of Highleigh, Sussex, England but now of East Hampnett, Sussex Application 24231

No 1

MAIDMENT, William Joseph farmer Finniss Flat 1870[-1891] Memorial 9/247

MAIDMENT, William Joseph grazier Finniss Flat 1876 Memorial 242/291

MAIDMENT, William Joseph grazier Ashbourne 1891 Memorial 28/409

MAIDMENT, William Joseph grazier Finniss Flat, Ashbourne 1891. Father of Edwin John Maidment farmer Hindmarsh Island Application 22159

MAIDMENT family of Meadows, Strathalbyn and surrounding areas - Edwin Charles Maidment gentleman Everley, Jane Harriet WHEELER wife of John Wheeler miner Moonta, Sophia Ranson ELLIS wife of George Ellis farmer Meadows, Elizabeth Burbage HOGBEN wife of William Hogben farmer Meadows, William Joseph Maidment stockholder The Finniss, George James Maidment farmer Meadows, Juia Olivia ROGERS wife of Malin Rogers publican Woodchester 1866 Memorial 62/218

MAIDMENT, William Joseph grazier and sheepfarmer Finniss Flat, died 7/8/1898. Father of George Alfred Maidment farmer Meadows and later of Hindmarsh Island, William Charles Maidment, Edwin John Maidment, Maylin James Maidment, Alfred Henry Rogers Maidment farmer Hindmarsh Island, Reuben Herbert Percy Maidment and Francis Wellington Maidment, Julia Sarah BRADFORD, Hannah Jane DUNN, Ellen Esther NICOL, Eva Emily BOULGER and Elsie Sophia TREGILGAS Memorials 189 & 190/436

No 1

MAIL, John gardener Glynde 1877 Application 16229

MAIL, John gardener Payneham 1897 Application 23496

No 1 FIND - marriage of Charles Ernest Main - father

MAIN, Charles bank clerk Adelaide 1877 Memorial 211/297

MAIN, Charles Ernest accountant formerly of Adelaide but now of Broken Hill NSW 1900 Memorial 119/440

MAIN, Elizabeth widow Glenelg, about to proceed to England, power of attorney to Richard ALLEN the Younger agent Temple Chambers Adelaide, to manage her SA business affairs 10/2/1879 Deposit 30/1881

MAIN, Elizabeth widow Glenelg, had died by c1896. Mother of Charles Ernest Main formerly bank clerk but now accountant Adelaide Memorials 32 & 33/431

No 1

MAIN, George merchant Adelaide (Currie St) 1854[-1870] Memorial 446/64

MAIN, George merchant Adelaide (Currie St) linked with Hugh Main gentleman Glasgow, Co Lanark, Scotland 1869 Memorial 45/280

MAIN, George and Robert merchants Adelaide 1863 Memorial 10/187

MAIN, George Esquire Adelaide linked with Robert Main Esquire Pt Adelaide 1864 Memorial 5/198

MAIN, George merchant Adelaide (Currie St) 1870 Memorial 6/252

MAIN, George merchant Adelaide, about to be absent from the province for a time, power of attorney to John ACRAMAN merchant Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 10/10/1873. HG Main made many trips out of SA Deposit 40/1874

MAIN, George merchant formerly of Adelaide but now of 19 Bury St, London, Middlesex, England 1879 Memorial 144/320

No 2

MAIN, George mariner Pt Adelaide 1856[-1857] Memorial 43/113

MAIN, George master mariner Pt Adelaide 1859 Memorial 78/161

MAIN, George lighthouse keeper Cape Borda Kangaroo Island 1877, died 7/8/1898. Husband of Elizabeth Main Memorial 104/436

No 3

MAIN, George gentleman Adelaide 1872 Application 11974

MAIN, George the Elder Esquire formerly of Adelaide but then of Pt Victor, died 6/1/1905. Father of George Main the Younger formerly gentleman Pt Victor but now vigneron Clare 1905 Memorial 16/463 Formerly vigneron Clare but now grazier Bethungra NSW 1910 Memorial 64/463

MAIN, George formerly vigneron Mintaro but now grazier Retreat Bethungra NSW 1908 Memorial 210/459

MAIN, George formerly of Mintaro but now grazier Bethungra NSW linked with Mary Main widow formerly of Victor Harbor but now of Bethungra NSW 1909 Memorial 49/462

MAIN, George formerly vigneron Clare but now grazier Bethungra NSW Goolwa Institute trustee 1910 Application 25896

No 1

MAIN, Hugh Esquire Wahganyah Vic 1864 Memorial 59/198

MAIN, Hugh gentleman Glasgow, Scotland, appointed George Main merchant Adelaide (Currie St) his SA attorney 1869 Memorial 45/280

MAIN, Hugh gentleman Glasgow, Co Lanark, Scotland, power of attorney to George MAIN merchant Currie St, Adelaide, to sell his real estate and shares and wind up his business interests in the province 2/11/1869. Hugh and Mary Main late of Saltcoats, Co Ayr, Scotland, returned to SA. They had a hotel in Wahgumyah Vic. Hugh Main died 9/8/1885 Medindie SA. His widow Mary Main and George Main gentleman Adelaide, gave power of attorney to John ACRAMAN and John Knox ACRAMAN merchants Adelaide, to manage Hugh Main’s SA business affairs 25/8/1885. By 3/11/1885, Mrs Main was back in Scotland and Hugh Main’s brother, George Main, was in London; the Acramans given power of attorney to continue to invest Main money in SA. George Main died 6/1/1905. His sister-in-law, Mary Main, had come back to SA and was living at Victor Harbor. Her son, George Main the Younger, was a grape grower at Mintaro Deposits 52/1875, 144/1887, 60/1909

MAIN, Hugh Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now in parts beyond the seas 1872[-1880] Memorial 2/260

No 1

MAIN, John gentleman Adelaide 1854 Memorial 412/75

MAIN, John storekeeper Tanunda 1859 Memorial 16/154

MAIN, Margaret widow Pt Adelaide 1900 Application 23943

No 1

MAIN, Robert Esquire Pt Adelaide 1864 Memorial 59/198

MAIN, Robert the Elder Esquire Pt Adelaide linked with Robert Main the Younger shipping agent Pt Adelaide 1867 Memorial 16/219

MAIN, Robert shipping agent Pt Adelaide 1875 Memorial 218/280

MAIN, Robert and Ruth Anne Main his wife formerly Ruth Anne PERRY married in 1864. By 1882, Mrs Main was a widow of Pt Adelaide and then Semaphore. Linked with Hugh Main Esquire formerly of Wahgunyah Vic but now of Ardrossan, and Anthony Parr Perry farmer Orroroo; also George Main bank clerk Semaphore 1893 Memorials 184 & 185/417

MAIN, Robert died 8/2/1879. His widow, Ruth Ann Main, died 28/11/1910. Also in the same family - George Main died 23/9/1905. Ruth Annie Main and Mary Isabel Main spinsters Semaphore and Jessie Main spinster Parkside Memorial 62/464

MAIN, Robert agent Yatala, died 8/2/1879, from carelessly taking an overdose of chlorodyne, aged 46. His widow, Ruth Ann Main of Dunn St Semaphore, died 28/11/1910, of carcinoma genitaliae, aged 72. She had been born in London, England, and had come to SA 71 years ago. She married at 23 and had 3 daughters living. 1 son [George Main born 20/12/1870 died 3/9/1905 unmarried] and 2 daughters [Jane Ritchie Main born 1/1/1863 died 25/10/1891 unmarried; Alice Campbell Main born 9/12/1866 died 10/5/1893 unmarried] had died. Daughters alive in 1912, included Ruth Annie Main born 27/10/1874 and Mary Isabel Main born 29/11/1874 spinsters Semaphore and Jessie Main spinster Parkside born 20/12/1872 Application 26144

No 1 - likely to be the same person

MAIN, William chemist and druggist formerly of Oakley Tce, Old Kent Road, Surrey, England and Elizabeth Main his wife 1849 Memorial 214/255

MAIN, William gentleman Adelaide, leased premises in King William St, Adelaide 1854 Memorial 429/78

MAIN, William, Wilhelm EY and Josephine GEYER chemists and druggists Adelaide (Hindley St) 1863 Memorial 149/192

MAIN, William director Equitable Fire Insurance Co Ltd 1869 Memorial 219/277

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

MAIN, William gentleman Glenelg 1880 Application 18036

MAIN, Elizabeth widow Glenelg, died c1896. Executor; Charles Ernest Main formerly bank clerk but now accountant Adelaide 1897 Memorial 33/431

MAIN, William James chemist Adelaide, died 8/12/1899. Husband of Rachel Main. Brother to Charles Ernest Main formerly agent but now accountant Adelaide. Arthur George Bainbridge Main accountant Adelaide belonged to this family Memorials 118 & 119/440

MAINE, Ferdinand of Lyndoch Valley 1861 Memorial 268/171

MAINE, James dairyman Bagot Ave, Mile End 1920 Application 26878

MAINHEAD, JB solicitor Adelaide 1890 Memorial 84/404

No 1

MAINLAND, David master mariner Poplar, Middlesex, England 1850 Memorial 124/25

MAINLAND, David master mariner Poplar, Middlesex, England but now at Pt Adelaide 1852 Memorial 67/44

MAINSTONE, Benjamin farmer Franklin Harbour 1886 Memorial 193/374

MAINSTONE, Elizabeth of Broken Hill NSW owned land at Pt Lincoln 1895 Memorial 79/451

MAINWARING, Frederick Rowland formerly of Adelaide but now in parts beyond the seas 1881[-1887] Memorial 189/331

MAINWARING, Barbara Maitland widow 1 Kensington Square Mansions, Middlesex, England, power of attorney to Josiah Henry SYMON, John Warren BAKEWELL, Percival Randolph STOW, Leonard William BAKEWELL, William SYMON solicitors Selborne Chambers, Pirie St, Adelaide, to manage the SA business affairs of her husband, Frederick Rowland MAINWARING late of Whitmore Hall, Staffs, England, who died 2/5/1891. Appointment 18/7/1892. FR Mainwaring had lived in Adelaide. On 25/5/1881, about to leave the province, he appointed Wentworth CAVENAGH gentleman Kensington, as his attorney to manage his SA business affairs. FRM returned to SA, but about to leave again 6/10/1882 Deposits 185 & 186/1883, 63/1893

No 1

MAINWARING, Gordon gentleman Pine Forest 1850 Memorial 78/27

MAINWARING, Gordon gentleman Walkerville and Mary Mainwaring his wife 1854 Memorial 25/74

MAINWARING, Gordon gentleman [formerly of Walkerville but now of] Whitmore Hall, Staffs, England linked with Mary Mainwaring of South Australia 1864 Memorial 268/192

MAINWARING, G Cavenagh solicitor Adelaide 1893 Memorial 87/416

MAIP, George gardener Kooringa 1886 Memorial 111/381

No 1

MAIR, William Esquire Adelaide 1874[-1875] Enrolment 5/52

MAIR, William Esquire Somerton 1877 Memorial 248/304

MAIR, William of Adelaide, power of attorney to George BOOTHBY of Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 71/1878 Deposit 46/1878

MAIR, William gentleman formery of Somerton but now of parts beyond sea 1878 Application 16815.

MAIR, William accountant Adelaide 1893 Memorial 110/418

MAIR, William accountant Adelaide 1894 Application 22657

MAIR, William accountant formerly of Mairmore Lodge Brighton but then of The Plantations Glenelg, died 14/10/1897. Husband of Mary Mair. Children mentioned but not named. Brother of Tessie Mair widow of the late William B Mair of The Grove, Edgeware, Middlesex, England and Fanny BLASSON wife of William Blasson surgeon Ivy House, Edgeware. Executors; Robert Barr SMITH of Torrens Park and George BOOTHBY Esquire of The Glen near Adelaide Memorial 152/496

MAIR, William Estate. His family as of 1927. His widow, Mary Mair of Eastwood. Children - Hurtle Morphett Mair station manager Collip Creek/Colley Creek Willowtree NSW; George Morphett Mair gentleman Eland's Kop Natal South Africaa; Olive Morphett IRWIN married woman Brougham Place, North Adelaide; Burgo Morphett Mair gentleman College Town and Constance Mary Morphett RALPH married woman Eastwood Memorial 181/497

MAIR, Mary widow Park Tce, Parkside 1930 relict of the late William Mair accountant Brighton, who died 14/10/1897. She declared that she had been born on 14/4/1840. Their daughter Constance Mary Morphett Mair married Frederick William RALPH merchant Park Tce, Parkside. He was born on 17/12/1863. Other family of William and Mary Mair included by 1932 Hurtle William Morphett Mair station manager Willow Tree NSW (he was 21 on 21/9/1888); George Hay Morphett mair retired civil servant Pieterberg South Africa; Olive Morphet IRWIN widow Pennington Tce, North Adelaide; Burgo Morphett Mair gentleman Trinity St, College Park Application 27795

MAIR, William James chemist Adelaide 1892 Memorial 96/414

MAIRBAIN, Hadgi Mullah merchant Adelaide 1889 Memorial 226/398

MAIS, George gardener Kooringa 1883[-1886] Memorial 226/356

No 1

MAISEY, Edward auctioneer Mt Gambier 1864 Memorial 264/199

MAISEY, Edward Ernest storekeeper Mt Gambier 1861 Memorial 294/178

MAISEY, Edward E auctioneer Mt Gambier 1868 Memorial 236/227

MAISEY, Edward Ernest commission agent Mt Gambier 1870 Memorial 120/248

MAISEY, Edward C accountant Adelaide 1876 Memorial 218/295

No 1

MAITH, Thomas labourer Willaston 1857 Memorial 195/124

MAITH, Thomas labourer now or formerly of Willaston 1860 Memorial 232/166

MAITLAND, Alexander farmer Canowie. Jamestown (Hundred of Belalie) township allotment land grant 1873 Grant Book 60 Page 136 County Victoria

No 1

MAITLAND, James farmer South Rhine 1856 Memorial 96/96

No 2

MAITLAND, James farmer Anama Plains 1867 Memorial 62/227

MAITLAND, James farmer near Rochester. Anama (Hundred of Hart) township allotment land grant 1873 Grant Book 56 Page 497 County Stanley

MAITLAND, James farmer Rochester Hundred of Hart Co Stanley 1874 Grant Book 13 Page 2 County Dalhousie

MAITLAND, James farmer Anama Co Stanley. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1877 Grant Book 60 Page 125 County Victoria

MAITLAND, James farmer Rochester Hundred of Hart Co Stanley 1886[-1908] Memorial 130/379, Application 21014

MAITLAND, John Linam grazier Mt Pleasant 1927 Memorial 114/498

MAITLAND, John Thomas gentleman Adelaide [purchased from Robert HALL earlier in the year ] assigned the lease of the Clarendon Hotel, Hindley St, to Salvatore Guidici 1849 Memorial 388/16

MAITLAND, Patrick gentleman Adelaide 1850 Memorial 161/53

MAITLAND, Susan spinster Anama Co Stanley. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1877 Grant Book 60 Page 125 County Victoria

MAITLAND, William farmer Anama Co Stanley. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 119 County Victoria

No 1

MAIZE, John labourer Adelaide 1838 Labourer Green Hills near Macclesfield 1844 Application 1889

MAIZE, John labourer Green Hills near Macclesfield 1844 Memorial 215/4

MAIZEY, John schoolmaster Gawler 1850. Wesleyan Methodist Church trustee Enrolment 41/8

MAJOR, Denis farmer Mt Gambier Hundred of Mayurra land grant 1881 Grant Book 31 Page 228 County Grey

No 1

MAJOR, Ephraim storekeeper Moonta. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1877 Grant Book 14 Page 62 County Daly

MAJOR, Ephraim farmer Bald Hill trustee a Chapel perhaps at Cunliffe 1885 Grant Book 14 Page 89 County Daly

MAJOR, Ephraim farmer Moonta. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1902 Grant Book 14 Page 94 County Daly

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

MAJOR, John labourer of the Onkaparinga purchased Section 611 Hundred of Noarlunga 1842 Application 4060

MAJOR, John the Elder and MENADUE, Sarah Brown m 19/9/1836 St Agnes parish church, Cornwall, England. The Majors emigrated to SA, where John Major farmer Morphett Vale, died 17/12/1847. Hugh MENADUE farmer Aldinga 1863 was a brother to Mrs Major. John Magor the Younger labourer Yankalilla 1863 was the eldest son and heir at law of John Major the Elder. Eliza YATES wife of George Yates of Morphett Vale 1863 said that she was present at the birth of John Major the Younger (no date given) Application 4060

MAJOR, John farmer Yankalilla 1865 Memorial 49/202

No 2

MAJOR, John and Thomas miners Burra Burra Mine 1848 Memorial 321/20

No 3

MAJOR, John farmer Gawler Road 1852 Memorial 392/41

MAJOR, Thomas miner Kooringa 1848. Methodist trustee Enrolment 61/4

No 1 – likely to be the same person

MAKIN, David farmer Naracoorte Hundred of Townsend land grant 1885 Grant Book 51 Page 74 County Robe

MAKIN, David farmer Lucindale 1888 Memorial 45/391

MAKIN, David farmer Wolseley. Hundred of Tatiara land grant 1911 Grant Book 7 Page 22 County Buckingham

No 1

MAKIN, Frank Esquire Gawler 1873 Memorial 45/268

MAKIN, Frank miller Gawler 1877[-1882] Memorial 236/303

MAKIN, Frank of Adelaide 1883 Executor and trustee under the will of Walter DUFFIELD gentleman Gawler Application 19987

MAKIN, Frank gentleman Adelaide 1887 Memorial 108/388

MAKIN, Frank Esquire Gilberton 1898 Memorial 70/447

MAKIN, Frank gentleman Gilberton, about to leave the state for a time, power of attorney to John Johnstone GORDON accountant Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 21/1/1904 Deposit 3/1904

No 1

MAKIN, Guy St John architect Adelaide 1922 Memorial 59/485

MAKIN, Guy St John architect Adelaide 1927 Application 27571

No 1

MAKIN, James Bain sheep farmer Monster Station and Margaret Ann Makin his wife formerly Margaret Ann McBain widow. Traded together as co-partners as James B Makin & Co. Linked with John McBain stockholder Monster Station 1885 Memorials 162 & 163/372

MAKIN, James Bain stockholder Mount Monster. Hundred of Stirling land grant 1911 Grant Book 7 Page 28 County Buckingham

MAKIN, Norman John Oswald patternmaker Torrensville 1917 Memorial 181/476

MAKIN, Philip Alexander harbour master Pt Elliot 1859 Memorial 211/160

MAKIN, Sydney Ross Bain farmer Keith brother to Marion Gladys Myrtle Makin spinster Mt Monster near Keith 1928 Memorial 58/500

No 1 – perhaps the same person

MAKIN, Thomas of Elderslie Vic father of Ellen MASON no description. Links with the Hundred of Stirling Co Buckingham 1891 Memorial 26/411

MAKIN, Thomas the Elder and Younger, and William farmers Apsley Vic. Hundred of Stirling land grant 1907 Grant Book 7 Page 28 County Buckingham

MAKINSON, Henry Massey solicitor Sydney NSW of the firm of Messrs Makinson & Plunkett 1912 Memorial 75/467

No 1

MAKINSON, Joseph Francis police magistrate Tumberumba NSW son in law of Frances Ellen FOX widow Marybank near Adelaide 1885 Memorial 126/372

MAKINSON, Joseph Francis Esquire formerly of Sydney but now of Broken Hill NSW and Sarah Theresa Makinson his wife formerly Sarah Theresa FOX spinster Marybank near Adelaide linked with Henry Massey Makinson solitor Sydney NSW and Margaret Frances Makinson his wife formerly Margaret Frances Fox spinster Marybank near Adelaide 1897 Memorial 15/434

MAKINSON, Margaret Frances Christina widow Gladesville NSW relict of the late Henry Massey Makinson formerly solicitor of Gladesville and Sydney NSW. Mother of Arthur Godfrey Massey Makinson formerly grazier Holder SA but now of Sydney NSW; and Gilbert Philip Makinson medical student Gladesville 1918 Memorial 59/477

MALACHY, Joseph storekeeper Warrakimba near Mt Eyre 1867 Memorial 8/225

MALCAHYE, John farmer Nairne 1858 Memorial 67/138

No 1

MALCOLM, Alexander publican Cornwall Inn, Willunga 1858 Memorial 139/147

MALCOLM, Alexander ginger beer brewer Willunga 1863 Memorial 287/188

No 1

MALCOLM, Arthur Rait of Anniston Farm Reedbeds 1860 Infant son of the late William Malcolm formerly farmer Reedbeds now deceased Memorial 271/164

MALCOLM, Arthur clerk Reedbeds Co Adelaide. Hundred of Whyte land grant 1871 Grant Book 60 Page 45 County Victoria

MALCOLM, AR clerk Adelaide 1871 Memorial 147/254

MALCOLM, Arthur Rait clerk Adelaide 1872 Memorial 177/261

MALCOLM, Arthur Rait brewer Adelaide 1887 Memorial 206/381

No 1

MALCOLM, James (Sir) of Milnholm, Langholm, Co Dumfries, North Britain, power of attorney to Thomas WILLIAMS Esquire The Hermitage, to find suitable purchasers for land in SA 1842 Memorial 77/5

MALCOLM, James (Sir) of Milnholm, Langholm, Co Dumfries, North Britain, sold land in the Barossa Survey 1844 Memorial 16/4

MALCOLM, James (Baronet) of Milnholm, Langholm, Co Dumfries, North Britain, sold land in the Barossa Survey 1845 Memorial 16/4

MALCOLM, James (Knight), of Milnholm, Co Dumfries, North Britain, made his will in 1844. His sons, Pulteney and William Malcolm, lived at The Glen on the Barossa Station - these sons would receive certain land and sheep in SA, and half each of the proceeds from the sale of any further assets the testator owned in SA, and the sons were to ask for no more of the Estate. Gifts of sheep stock from 'the best of the stock from my general stock' to the testator's friend Thomas WILLIAMS Esquire of The Hermitage. Father of Margaret Malcolm, who looked after her father at Milnholm. While she lived there (until either she died or moved away), she had the right to her Malcolm grandparents' portraits hanging at Milnholm, which would then go to Jane Bardgett absolutely. Father of Jane BARDGETT wife of William Bardgett Esquire Old Broad St, London, Middlesex, England. Sir James Malcolm directed that the residual estate would go to his daughter, Margaret Malcolm absolutely. Four codiciles, the last in 1849, changed the above bequests greatly (to benefit the daughters more equally with each other and in comparison to the sons). Executors for the British estate - James Malcolm's brothers - the Rev'd Gibert Malcolm, Rector of Todenham, Glos, England, and Rear Admiral Sir Charles Malcolm of the Senior United Services Club in London and the testator's son-in-law William Bardgett. The Rev'd Gilbert Malcolm, 43 years Rector of Todenham, died in April 1855, aged 79. Charles Malcolm, of Montpellier Villas Brighthelmston, Sussex, England, died June 1851, aged 68. Executors for the SA estate - William Malcolm and Thomas Williams Deposit 252/1858

MALCOLM, James (Knight), late of Milnholm, Co Dumfries, North Britain, Lieutenant Colonel in HM Army, Knight-Companion of the Bath, died. His surviving trustee, William BARDGETT Esquire of 149 Fenchurch St, London, power of attorney to George ELDER the Younger, Thomas Elder and Robert Barr SMITH merchants Adelaide, to wind up the estate and sell off the land in SA 15/4/1856 Deposit 590/1856

No 2

MALCOLM, J banker Pt Wakefield 1868 Memorial 105/236

MALCOLM, James manager National Bank Pt Wakefield 1869 Memorial 79/243

MALCOLM, James bank manager Pt Wakefield Co Gawler. Pt Pirie (Hundred of Pirie) township allotment land grant 1872 Grant Book 60 Page 476 County Victoria

MALCOLM, James bank manager Pt Wakefield Co Gawler. Hundred of Goyder land grant 1873 Grant Book 56 Page 413 County Stanley

MALCOLM, James bank manager Saddleworth 1875 Memorial 167/282

No 3

MALCOLM, James miller Wallaroo 1883 Memorial 38/348

MALCOLM, James miller Wallaroo. Hundred of Tickera land grant 1884[-1896] Grant Book 14 Page 212 County Daly

MALCOLM, James agent Wallaroo 1885[-1893] Memorial 64/368

MALCOLM, James auctioneer and commission agent Wallaroo 1886[-1887] Memorial 94/374

MALCOLM, James JP of Wallaroo 1889 Memorial 127/398

MALCOLM, James JP agent Wallaroo 1892[-1902] Memorial 131/415

MALCOLM, James JP auctioneer Wallaroo 1901 Memorial 20/443

MALCOLM, James agent Kadina 1897 Memorial 167/434

No 1 - James Alexander Malcolm

MALCOLM, James gentleman and Mary Anne Malcolm his wife Pt Adelaide 1854[-1855] Memorial 351/72

MALCOLM, James Esquire Pt Adelaide 1855 Memorial 16/90

MALCOLM, James Alexander the Elder 45 merchant married Mary Ann KNIGHT no age on 23/2/1854 William ELDER home Ridge Park, Glen Osmond. Minister: John GARDNER Presbyterian Minister. Witnesses: Samuel KNIGHT and Mary Ann DILLON. Children - James Alexander Malcolm the Younger, born 8/10/1855 and Jessie Ann Malcolm, born 3/11/1856. James Malcolm merchant, agent and his family lived at Fairfield near Adelaide. James Malcolm master mariner Ship Pekina Pt Adelaide, died 28/10/1865, of fatty degeneration of the kidneys, aged 56. The Malcolms returned to Britain (Not sure if this was before JA Malcolm the Elder’s death), and lived at Kirkcaldy, Co Fife, Scotland. The Malcolms then moved to Bootle, Lancs, England. Mary Ann Malcolm died 13/7/1882, 2 Fernhill Rd, Bootle, of apoplexy, age 64. Her daughter, Jessie Ann Malcolm 25 2 Fernhill Rd, Bootle, married Lawrence KNIGHT 30 tin ware manufacturer 33 York Tce, Egerton (Father: James Knight painter and plumber) on 31/1/1883 Balliol Road Wesleyan Chapel, Bootle. By 1887, when the Malcolms put their father’s land at Caversham on the Port Road under the RPA, they had gone to live in Africa. James Malcolm the Younger of Akassa West Coast of Africa, was temporarily in Britain as the agent in Liverpool for the National African Company of London. His brother-in-law, Lawrence Knight, was a holloware manufacturer in King William Town, Cape Province, South Africa. The Rev’d Samuel KNIGHT Wesleyan Minister Adelaide, was Mary Ann Malcolm’s brother, and he gave a great deal of the above family information. Did this Knight family originate in the vicinity of Liverpool? Application 21233

No 1

MALCOLM, John Esquire of Poltalloch, Co Argyll, Scotland and Lamerbey, Kent, England 1860 Memorial 29/162

MALCOLM, John Esquire of Poltalloch, Co Argyll, Scotland, and of Lamerbey, Kent, England 1865 Memorial 213/203

MALCOLM, Joseph Frank accountant Mt Gambier 194, declared that he had been Clerk of the District Council of Mt Gambier for 6 years Application 28490

No 1

MALCOLM, Margaret widow Goodwood 1862 Memorial 283/182

MALCOLM, Margaret widow formerly of Goodwood 1862 but now of Adelaide 1871 Application 11534

MALCOLM, Neill the Younger Esquire of Poltalloch, Co Argyll, Scotland and Great Stanhope St, Park Lane, Middlesex, England 1857, married twice. He had a son by his first wife, Reginald Neill Malcolm, born 28/7/1833 Hanover Square, Regent’s Park, who died 26/7/1835 Edinburgh, after the family had returned to live at Lergie, in Scotland, during 1834. a family of 3 daughters survived and 1 daughter died in infancy from the first marriage. Neill Malcolm married Miss Louisa Shirley as his second wife in September 1843. Neill Malcolm the Younger died 2/10/1857 Brighton, Sussex, England. Buried in the family vault at St Columba’s parish church, Kilmartin, Co Argyll, Scotland on 12/10/1857. Neill Malcolm had broadacres in SA which he leased out. His brother-in-law, John Abel SMITH Esquire 37 Chester Square, London, Middlesex, England, who had known each other from boyhood, and William STAFFORD butler 4 Verulam Tce, The Grove, Hammersmith, Middlesex, England (butler to Neill Malcolm from 1832-1857) gave the above information 1867 Application 20722

MALCOLM, Neill Esquire Poltalloch, Co Argyll, Scotland, and Great Stanhope St, Park Lane, Middlesex, England, died 2/10/1857 at Brighton, Sussex, England. Estate worth £353,000. His brother-in-law, John Abel SMITH Esquire 37 Chester Square, Middlesex, testified that he had known Neill Malcolm well since boyhood. Neill Malcolm had 3 daughters still alive when their father died, and also one son Reginald Neill Malcolm born 28/7/1833, (who died in infancy 26/7/1835, in Edinburgh) by his first marriage (Memorial to the lad in Kilmartin Parish Church, Co Argyll). The testator had married Louisa SHIRLEY as his second wife in September 1843 Deposits 14 & 121/1867

MALCOLM, Neill Esquire formerly of Poltalloch Co Argyll,, Scotland and late of Great Stanley St, Park Lane, Middlesex, England, who died 2/10/1857, and buried in St Columba’s Church, Kilmartin, Co Argyll, Scotland. Mr Stephens became his solicitor in 1852, and drew up his will and codicils. Mr Malcolm had 3 daughters still living, and one son who died in infancy, by his unnamed first wife. 2nd wife was Louisa, daughter of Evelyn John SHIRLEY Esquire, of Lower Ealington Park, Co Warwick. No issue by the second wife. Gilbert Stephens solicitor 13 Northumberland St, The Strand, London, Middlesex, England, who gave the above information, knew the family well Deposit 201/1869

No 1

MALCOLM, Pulteney farmer Pt Lincoln 1876 Memorial 203/294

MALCOLM, Pulteney farmer Little Swamp near Pt Lincoln, died 18/11/1891 intestate. Estate worth £180. Husband of Margaret Malcolm. Father of James Malcolm farmer Little Swamp 1909 Application 25692

MALCOLM, Sydney Alfred labourer formerly of Thebarton now of Henley Beach 1932, declared that he and his brother, Horace Malcolm, had a poultry and gardening business at Chapel St, Thebarton between 1898-1913. Horace Malcolm died Nov 1913. Part of their land was then used to erect a Mission Hall for St James's West Adelaide. The Malcolm brothers had a sister, Mary Anne KEEVES married woman 24 Dunluce Ave, Brighton 1932 Application 27881

No 1

MALCOLM, William farmer Anniston/Ormiston Farm Reedbeds 1858 Memorial 8/164

MALCOLM, Margaret widow Reedbeds 1860 Relict of the late William Malcolm who died 24/11/1858 intestate Memorial 271/164

No 2

MALCOLM, William farmer Kapunda 1859 Memorial 103/150

No 3

MALCOLM, William miller Gawler 1866[-1874] Memorial 113/215

MALCOLM, William miller Gawler 1875 Application 14151

MALCOLM, William gentleman Gawler 1883 Memorial 250/349

MALCOLM, William gentleman Gawler proprietor of Malcolm's Ostrich Farming Co Ltd 1883 Memorials 226 & 227/351

No 4

MALCOLM, William farmer Pt Broughton 1886 Memorial 238/379

MALCOLM, William Esquire formerly of Adelaide, Crystal Brook, Petersburg, Pt Broughton and Gawler, became a bankrupt in 1896 Memorial 221/431

MALE, Alfred Eli farmer Mannum Pt Mannum (Hundred of Finniss) township allotment land grant 1910 Grant Book 58 Page 386 County Sturt

MALE, Euston James accountant Claremont Ave, Netherby . St Michael's Mitcham trustee 1941 Memorial 106/515

No 1

MALE, Moses farmer Willunga 1911 Memorial 153/464

MALE, Moses retired farmer Warracknabeal, died 30/3/1938 brother of William Brown Male labourer Willunga Memorial 89/512

No 1

MALE, Nicholas labourer Willunga 1854 Hundred of Yankalilla land grant Memorial 130/75

MALE, Nicholas farmer Willunga 1855[-1867] Memorial 420/93

MALE, Nicholas slate quarryman Willunga 1857[-1859] Memorial 242/118, Application 3462

MALE, Nicholas formerly quarryman Willunga but now a lunatic and an inmate of the Adelaide Lunatic Asylum, and Margaret Male his wife, guardian of his estate by virtue of a Supreme Court order 1867 Memorial 83/221

MALE, Nicholas quarryman Willunga, died 7/5/1867 of paralysis, aged 51 Application 24399

MALE, Oliver Enos farmer Mannum Pt Mannum (Hundred of Finniss) township allotment land grant 1910 Grant Book 58 Page 386 County Sturt

No 1

MALE, Thomas of Willunga 1919 Memorial 65/497

MALE, Thomas grazier Willunga, died 7/5/1954. Husband of Lydia Frances Male. Father of Ula Elizabeth Male Memorial 74/530

MALE, Walter carpenter Willunga 1882 Application 21824

MALE, William quarryman Willunga and Ann Male his wife 1894 Application 22683

MALE, William Brown grazier Willunga, died c1954. Father of David William Bruce Male Memorial 106/529

No 1 - likely to be the same person

MALENOIR, Henry cabinetmaker Adelaide (Pt TA 40 Rundle St) 1850[-1851] Memorial 137/27

MALENOIR, Henry storekeeper Pt Augusta 1864[-1876] Memorial 102/195, Application 14807

MALEY, Annie of East St, Brompton 1888 Memorial 135/392

MALEY, Denis labourer Adelaide (near Sturt St) 1879 Memorial 169/316

No 1 – the Elder

MALEY, John labourer Bowden Plains near Hindmarsh 1848 Memorial 318/10 Farmer Tam O’Shanter Belt 1850 Memorial 362/23

MALLEY, John farmer Tam O’Shanter Belt 1850. Local Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee Memorial 220/25

MALEY, John farmer Tam O’Shanter Belt 1852 Memorial 402/42

MALEY, John farmer Brompton 1859 Memorial 63/162

MALEY, John farmer near Hindmarsh 1864 Application 5120

MALEY, John formerly labourer Bowden Plains near Hindmarsh 1848 but now farmer near Hindmarsh 1878 [This could well be the same address]. He could not write Application 16823.

MALEY, John the Elder farmer Hindmarsh Co Adelaide. Yongala (Hundred of Yongala) township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 13 Page 150 County Dalhousie

MALEY, John the Elder farmer Hindmarsh Co Adelaide. Minlaton (Hundred of Minlacowie) township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 19 Page 198 County Fergusson

MALEY, John farmer Tam O'Shanter Belt 1878. He could not write Application 16760

No 2 – the Younger

MALEY, John gentleman Ovingham Co Adelaide. Hundred of Menzies land grant 1883 Grant Book 11 Page 58 County Carnarvon

MALEY, John the Younger farmer Kangaroo Island. Hundred of Menzies land grant 1883[-1884] Grant Book 11 Page 58 County Carnarvon

MALEY, John farmer Hundred of Menzies. Hundred of Menzies land grant 1885 Grant Book 11 Page 59 County Carnarvon

No 3

MALEY, John farmer Kensington 1852 Memorial 229/44

MALEY, John farmer North Road 1853[-1855] Memorial 474/57

MALEY, John farmer Great North Road 1853 Memorial 300/59

MALEY, John farmer Lower North Road 1857 Memorial 104/127

MALEY, John farmer Torrens Road near Adelaide 1866[-1868] Memorial 132/218

MALEY, John farmer formerly of the North Road near Adelaide 1855 but now of Hindmarsh 1868 Application 9140.

No 1

MALEY, R clerk to Aldborough John DAVIES solicitor Narracoorte 1880 Memorial 59/328

MALEY, Richard law clerk Narracoorte 1885 Memorial 50/369

No 1

MALEY, Wesley clerk Hindmarsh Minlaton township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 19 Page 199 County Fergusson

MALEY, Wesley of Torrens Road, Hindmarsh 1879 Memorial 76/317

No 1

MALEY, William carpenter Adelaide (Pulteney St) 1856 Memorial 408/97

No 2

MALEY, William retired civil servant Hyde Park, died c1900. Father of Ellen Clara Maley and Lily Maley Memorial 195/488

MALIEKE, Sanislats farmer near Clare 1867 Application 8735

MALIN, Ernest Andrew builder Semaphore 1908 Application 25508

No 1

MALIN, Frederick grocer Pt Adelaide eldest son and heir at law of the late Job Gould Malin gentleman Adelaide 1869 Application 10183

MALIN, Frederick customs house officer Pt Adelaide 1876 Memorial 40/292

MALIN, Frederick Charles agent Pt Adelaide Co Adelaide. Parilla (Hundred of Parilla) township allotment land grant 1910 Grant Book 12 Page 114 County Chandos

MALIN, Frederick clerk Pt Adelaide 1882 Memorial 111/343

No 1

MALIN, Frederick Charles insurance agent Adelaide 1910 Application 25904

MALIN, Frederick Charles agent Adelaide 1914 Application 26324

No 1

MALIN, Job Gould gentleman Adelaide 1841 Memorial 462/38

MALIN, Job Gould innkeeper Adelaide 1843 Memorial 307/3 Miller Pine Forest near North Adelaide 1844 Memorial 433/3 Baker Pt Adelaide 1851 Memorial 260/30

MALIN, Job Gould widower storekeeper married Mary MELLOR spinster on 15/2/1843 Holy Trinity North Tce Adelaide. JG Malin baker Pt Adelaide died 1/1/1856 intestate, of delerium tremens, aged 47. His eldest son, Frederick Malin, born North Road 13/7/1844, grocer Pt Adelaide in 1869, inherited as heir at law. JG Malin was a flour miller on North Road. Mary Malin later remarried to John LAVIN steam biscuit baker Pt Adelaide. Application 10183

MALIN, Job widower storekeeper Adelaide married Mary MELLOR spinster Adelaide, on 15/2/1843 Holy Trinity North Tce Adelaide. Witnesses: DJ BROCK and Hannah FISHER. Job Gould Malin baker District of Adelaide, died 1/1/1856 intestate, of delirium tremens, aged 47. His eldest son, Frederick Malin, born 13/7/1844 Main North Road, when his father was a miller, inherited his estate as heir at law. By 1882, Frederick Malin was a Pt Adelaide commission agent Application 19320

MALIN, Job Gould died 1/1/1856 intestate. Letters of administration to Frederick Malin clerk Pt Adelaide, eldest son and heir at law, to settle the estate 1880 Memorial 122/323

MALIN, Margaret widow and confectioner Pt Adelaide [Likely the relict of the late JG Malin] 1858 Memorial 49/147

No 1 - perhaps the same person

MALIN, Sydney biscuit manufacturer Pt Adelaide 1873 Memorial 160/265

MALIN, Sidney land agent Pt Adelaide 1876 Memorial 77/289

MALIN, Sidney land broker Pt Adelaide 1879 Memorial 64/313

MALIN, Sidney land agent Pt Adelaide 1881 Application 18582

MALIN, Sidney land agent Pt Adelaide Co Adelaide. Tatiara (later Wolseley Hundred of Tatiara) township allotment land grant 1884 Grant Book 7 Page 87 County Buckingham

MALIN, Sidney land agent Pt Adelaide and Mary Masterman Malin his wife 1895 Application 22877

MALIN, Sidney auctioneer Pt Adelaide 1908 Application 25475

MALIN, RUSSELL & Co Ltd auctioneers and land brokers Malin's Buildings, St Vincent St, Pt Adelaide 1920 Application 26758

MALING, John Smith carpenter Adelaide 1851 Memorial 54/30

MALION, Thomas farmer Sandy Creek 1859 Memorial 122/158

No 1

MALIPHANT, George foreman mason Pt Adelaide 1866[-1867] Memorial 228/215

MALIPHANT, George mason Le Fevre Peninsula 1868[-1869] Memorial 13/235

No 1 - probably the same person

MALLABONE, John Hanola importer and manufacturer Adelaide (Rundle St) 1886 Memorial 187/377

MALLABONE, John Harrold importer Adelaide (Rundle St) 1891 Memorial 167/410

No 1 FIND – PERHAPS HENRY AND HENRY COLLINS THE SAME?

MALLATT[perhaps also MALLETT], Henry labourer Bowden 1841 Application 22301

MALLATT, Henry carpenter Hindmarsh 1847 Memorial 178/8

MALLATT, Henry carpenter Manton St, Hindmarsh 1850 Memorial 215/21

No 1

MALLEN, Charles gentleman Clapham 1861[-1866] Memorial 72/180

MALLEN, Charles brewer Mitcham, died 26/10/1909. His son, Leonard Ross Mallen medical practitioner Hamley Bridge, purchased the late Robert McMahon GLYNN's practice at Riverton for £7,500 1928 Memorial 126/500

No 1

MALLETT, Henry Collins labourer Adelaide 1839 Application 475

MALLETT, Henry Collins butcher Adelaide 1840[-1841] Application 475

MALLEY, John farmer Lower North Road 1880 Application 18194

No 1 – the Elder

MALLON, Thomas stockholder The Wakefield 1858 Memorial 14/148

MALLON, Thomas the Elder police trooper Clare linked with John Mallon farmer Peachey Belt 1859 Memorial 309/148

MALLON, Thomas police trooper formerly of Clare but now of Redruth 1864 Memorial 252/195

MALLON, Thomas the Elder mounted police trooper Mt Remarkable linked with Catherine Mallon widow Wakefield Hundred of Alma 1865 Memorial 292/200

MALLON, Catherine widow Hundred of Upper Wakefield Redruth 1874. Relict of the late Thomas Mallon Application 13296

MALLON, Catherine widow Rhynie Co Gawler. Hundred of Redhill land grant 1882 Grant Book 14 Page 378 County Daly

No 2 – the Younger

MALLON, Thomas the Younger farmer Broughton. Hundred of Redhill land grant 1881 Grant Book 14 Page 377 County Daly

MALLOY, Michael labourer McLaren Vale 1854 Memorial 394/69

MALLYON, Alfred accountant Kadina 1886[-1891] Memorial 21/379

No 1

MALLYON, William dealer Willaston 1850[-1855] Memorial 24/28

MALLYON, Wiliam farmer Willaston 1858 Memorial 224/134

MALLYON, William sheep farmer Murray River 1858 Memorial 24/144

MALLYON, William stockkeeper formerly of Willaston but now of Nuriootpa 1859 Memorial 200/160

MALLYON, William yeoman formerly of Willaston near Gawler but now of Murpka North-West Bend Murray River 1860 Memorial 259/165

MALLYON, WIlliam stockkeeper formerly of Willaston but now of the Murray River 1861[-1862] Memorial 273/177

MALLYON, William licensed victualler Overland Corner 1863 Memorial 9/238

MALLYON, William formerly of Willaston but now licensed victualler North-West Bend Murray River 1864 Memorial 340/196

MALLYON, William licensed victualler formerly of Willaston but now residing beyond the North-West Bend, Murray River 1864 Memorial 160/199

MALLYON, William licensed victualler Gawler 1867 Memorial 240/219

No 1

MALLYON, William K bank manager Caltowie 1877 Memorial 176/299

MALLYON, William K of Redhill 1879 Memorial 145/318

MALLYON, William Kingsworth bank manager Redhill 1881 Memorial 40/334

MALLYON, William Kingsworth bank manager Pt Pirie 1891 Application 22106

MALLYON, William K bank manager Pt Pirie 1894[-1897] Memorial 68/422

MALONE, Bridget spinster Strathalbyn 1869 Memorial 184/236

No 1

MALONE, Darby farmer Mt Barker Junction 1892 Memorial 162/414

MALONE, Darby yeoman Strathalbyn, died 12/9/1910. Husband of Margaret Malone Memorial 194/463

MALONE, Margaret widow formerly of Strathalbyn but then of Norwood, died 5/9/1913. Executor; Michael O'LOUGHLIN farmer Bull Creek Memorial 168/469

No 1

MALONE, Edward Charles labourer Pt Pirie Co Victoria. Pinnaroo (Hundred of Pinnaroo) township allotment land grant 1905[-1910] Grant Book 12 Page 72 County Chandos

MALONE, Edward Charles farmer Parilla. Parilla (Hundred of Parilla) township allotment land grant 1910 Grant Book 12 Page 114 County Chandos

MALONE, Edward Charles farmer Stirling West Co Adelaide. Keith (Hundred of Stirling) township allotment land grant 1911 Grant Book 7 Page 101 County Buckingham

MALONE, Edward Charles labourer Rose Park Co Adelaide. Hundred of Parilla land grant 1912 Grant Book 12 Page 99 County Chandos

MALONE, John and MALONE, Laurence labourers Walkerville 1891 Application 22047

No 1

MALONE, Martin farmer Millicent Hundred of Mt Muirhead land grant 1896 Grant Book 31 Page 205 County Grey

No 2

MALONE, Martin labourer Bowden 1907 Application 25348

MALONE, M Francis JP secretary and accountant Adelaide (22 King William St) 1926 Memorial 76/496

No 1

MALONE, Michael no description and Mary Malone his wife nee Mary O'BRIEN linked with allotments at Thebarton 1868 Memorial 84/299

MALONE, Michael died c1877. His entire estate to his wife, Mary Malone nee O’BRIEN absolutely. William HENDRY draper’s assistant Adelaide, witnessed the will Enrolment 69/52

MALONE, Mary widow Thebarton 1877 Memorial 206/312

MALONE, Mary widow Thebarton 1878 Application 17166

MALONE, Mary widow South Tce, Thebarton 1903, declared that she had married her late husband, Michael Malone the Elder, on 2/8/1857. Their son, Michael Malone the Younger, was born on 20/5/1862. Michael Malone the Elder died 1868 Application 24581

No 1

MALONE, Michael Henry of Pt Adelaide 1855 Memorial 103/95

MALONE, Michael Henry mason Croydon 1856 Memorial 20/98

MALONE, Patrick labourer Hamilton on the Light 1865 Memorial 10/201

MALONEY, Denis saddler near Kadina. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1902 Grant Book 14 Page 94 County Daly

No 1

MALONEY, Edmund farmer Peachey Belt 1853[-1859] Memorial 233/51

MALONEY, Catherine widow Virginia relict of the late Edmund Maloney. Their children included - Ellen, Mary, Patrick and John Maloney 1874 Memorial 199/272

MALONEY, Catherine widow Adelaide [widow of Edmund Maloney farmer Virginia] had the following children: Ellen HAWSE widow Hindmarsh, Mary KEANE formerly Maloney wife of John Keane iron worker Adelaide, Patrick Maloney labourer Adelaide, John Maloney labourer Adelaide 1892 Application 22292

MALONEY, James Francis farmer Tiparra. Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1911 Grant Book 14 Page 277 County Daly

No 1 - the Elder

MALONEY, John labourer Adelaide 1855 Linked with Matthew Maloney farmer Adelaide Memorial 209/92

MALONEY, John and Edmund SHEEDY labourers Adelaide. Hundred of Pt Adelaide land grant 1855 Grant Book 1 Page 229 County Adelaide

MALONEY, John farmer Peachey Belt 1867 Application 8443

MALONEY, John farmer Peachey Belt linked with Matthew Maloney gardener Adelaide 1868 Memorial 25/285

MALONEY, John farmer Virginia 1868 Farmer Weetulta Hundred of Tiparra died 27/2/1894. He left his estate to his wife, Ellen Maloney,in trust for life, then to his sons, Michael, James and Edward Maloney, and his daughters Mary and Ellen Maloney absolutely in remainder expectant. The boys to keep the farm land and raise money to pay out their sisters Application 22819

MALONEY, John farmer Virginia made his will in 1872. He left a house in Adelaide to his daughter, Margaret KAIN, and another house to his son, Michael Maloney, which the testator's late son, Matthew Maloney, used to live in. Son John Maloney farmer Virginia, to get all his money and personal effects Enrolment 83/50

MALONEY, John farmer Weetulta, had died by 1911. Executors – John and Michael Joseph Maloney farmers Weetulta Grant Book 14 Page 284 County Daly

No 2 - the Younger

MALONEY, John and James O'DEA of Virginia owned the Virginia Hotel 1879 Memorial 102/317

MALONEY, John farmer Maitland 1885 Memorial 71/366

MALONEY, John farmer formerly of Virginia but now of Weetulta 1887 Memorial 78/386

MALONEY, John farmer Weetulta linked with John Joseph Maloney farmer Hundred of Tiparra 1887 Memorial 220/381

MALONEY, John farmer Tiparra linked with Michael Joseph Maloney farmer Tiparra 1889 Memorial 125/396

No 3

MALONEY, John farmer Mayurra trustee unnamed School Hundred of Mayurra land grant 1875 Grant Book 31 Page 231 County Grey

No 4

MALONEY, John labourer Unley, and Ellen Maloney his wife (formerly Ellen CAHILL widow Adelaide (Franklin St) 1873. She was already a widow by 1846 before her remarriage to John Maloney. Apparently Mrs Maloney could not read or write Application 12819 FIND CHECK DATA

MALONEY, John Joseph farmer Virginia Co Adelaide. Hundred of Kilkerran land grant 1883 Grant Book 19 Page 170 County Fergusson

MALONEY, Mary widow Clare 1887 Application 21256

MALONEY, Mary Cecilia spinster Virginia 1912. Was she a daughter of Michael Maloney farmer Virginia? Application 26129

MALONEY, Matthew farmer Adelaide 1855 Memorial 209/92

MALONEY, Mathew Aloysius farmer Virginia 1924 Application 27251

No 1

MALONEY, Michael farmer Virginia 1874 Application 13411

MALONEY, Michael farmer near Virginia 1879[-1887] Memorial 131/313

MALONEY, Michael farmer Virginia 1904 Application 24715

MALONEY, Michael Joseph farmer Weetulta. Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1910 Grant Book 14 Page 282 County Daly

MALONEY, Nicholas labourer Pt Adelaide 1883 Application 19689

No 1 – probably the same person

MALONEY, Patrick labourer Robe 1862 Application 3435

MALONEY, Patrick labourer Millicent Hundred of Mt Muirhead land grant 1886 Grant Book 31 Page 202 County Grey

No 2

MALONEY, Patrick farmer Gilberton [Tarlee] 1873 Memorial 138/265

No 1

MALONEY, Timothy farmer Cowandilla 1868 Memorial 135/233

MALONEY, Timothy stock dealer Cowandilla 1871 Memorial 56/253

MALONY, Arthur Ernest out of business Twenty-fifth St, Gawler South, aged 84 years in 1952, declared that he had lived in the neighbourhood since 1890 Application 28874

MALONY, John farmer Alma Plains Hundred of Melville land grant 1876 Grant Book 19 Page 75 County Fergusson

MALPAS, Ann and Elizabeth spinsters Twyford 1854 Memorial 136/70

No 1

MALPAS, Eliza spinster Adelaide and Elizabeth Malpas spinster Twyford 1880 Application 18317

MALPAS, Eliza spinster Twyford near Adelaide 1890 Application 21945

No 1

MALPAS, George undertaker Noarlunga 1853 Memorial 33/50

MALPAS, George carpenter Noarlunga, died c1893. Husband of Susannah Malpas Memorial 202/417

MALPAS, Susannah widow Kingston Noarlunga, died 27/5/1898. Mother of Roland Malpas storekeeper Noarlunga, together with daughters Alice, Elizabeth, Julia, Emma, and Mary Emily Malpas. Estate worth £93 Memorial 194/436

MALPAS, George the Elder carpenter Noarlunga, died 18/7/1892. His wife, Susannah Malpas, died 27/5/1898. By 1940, the family was disposed thus: Walter Geoffrey Malpas of Miller St, North Unley; George Malpas the Younger of Holbrook Rd, Findon; John William Malpas a son deceased; Roland Malpas storekeeper Noarlunga died 18/91939 (his son called Arthur Roland Wicksteed Malpas bank official Grovene). The George Malpas the Elder daughters included: Alice Malpas, Elizabeth Malpas, Julia Malpas spinster Noarlunga, Emma Malpas and Mary Emily Malpas Application 28198

No 1

MALPAS, Henry storekeeper Willunga linked with William Malpas farmer Myponga 1848 Memorial 190/13

MALPAS, Henry storekeeper Willunga 1856[-1883] Memorial 203/98, Application 19684

No 1

MALPAS, John and William gentlemen Adelaide 1850 Memorial 108/20

No 1

MALPAS, John machinist Woodforde 1848. St George’s Magill glebe land trustee Memorial 153/13

MALPAS, John gentleman Twyford near Magill, died 29/7/1877. Executrixes; his daughters Eliza and Elizabeth Malpas spinsters Twyford near Magill Memorial 164/328

No 1

MALPAS, Roland JP of Noarlunga 1921, declared he had lived in the area for more than 40 years Application 27038

MALPAS, Roland JP Noarlunga 1928, declared that he had lived in the area for more than 45 years Application 27956

MALPAS, Roland storekeeper Noarlunga 1905 Application 24167

MALPAS, Roland storekeeper Noarlunga, aged 70 in 1935, declared that he had lived in the area for the whole of his life Application 27843

No 1

MALPAS, William gentleman Preliminary Section 346 near Adelaide 1840[-1841] Memorial 254/12

MALPAS, William gentleman and LYNCH, James both of Preliminary Sectioin 346 near Adelaide 1841 Application 8592

MALPAS, William gentleman Section 346 Survey B 1840 Gentleman Fourth Creek 1841. He sub-divided Section 292 into large allotments for sale. He also had other holdings in the same area, which he sold before leaving the district. Gentleman near Myponga 1842 Application 22415

MALPAS, William farmer Myponga and Malpas, Henry gentleman Willunga 1848 Memorial 190/13

No 2

MALPAS, William gentleman Adelaide 1850 Memorial 108/20

MALPAS, William gentleman North Adelaide 1853 Memorial 440/50

MALPAS, William gentleman Kingston near Noarlunga 1857[-1860] Memorial 207/124

MALPAS, W of the National Bank of Australasia Saddleworth 1875 Memorial 149/283

MALSY, William tram driver Richmond St, Walkerville 1908 Application 25517

MALTHOUSE, Hugh mason Yankalilla 1861 Application 2487

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

MALTHOUSE, James carrier Hindmarsh 1880[-1898] Memorial 211/323

MALTHOUSE, James carrier Hindmarsh 1883 Application 19603

MALTHOUSE, James sheep farmer Hindmarsh 1891 Application 22144

MALTHOUSE, James farmer Normanville 1893 Application 22469

MALTHOUSE, James farmer and grazier Hindmarsh 1913 Memorial 70/469

MALTHOUSE, James the Elder formerly of Hindmarsh but now sheepfarmer Normanville and James Malthouse the Younger sheepfarmer Normanville 1914 Memorial 178/471

MALTHOUSE, James the Elder sheep farmer formerly Hindmarsh now Normanville 1914. Likely that J Malthouse the Elder died soon afterwards. His son, James Malthouse formerly the Younger sheep farmer formerly of Normanville but now of Victor Harbor 1917 Application 26642

MALTHOUSE, James the Younger farmer Normanville 1897 Memorial 146/430

MALTHOUSE, James (formerly known as the Younger) sheepfarmer Normanville 1918 Memorial 93/476

MALTHOUSE, James farmer Victor Harbor and Catherine Malthouse his wife 1916 Memorial 16/475

MALTHOUSE, James grazier Hampstead 1924 Application 27286

MALTHOUSE, James grazier North Walkerville 1926 Memorial 62/496

MALTHOUSE, William bricklayer and mason Adelaide 1853 Memorial 276/62

MALYCHA, Andrew farmer Petersburg 1906 Application 25146

No 1

MALYCHA, Christian farmer Hill River Co Stanley. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1881 Grant Book 13 Page 197 County Dalhousie

MALYCHA, Christian farmer Dawson Co Herbert linked with Peter Malycha no description 1885 Memorial 144/366

MALYCHA, Christian no description linked with Stanislaus Malycha farmer Petersburg Co Dalhousie 1885 Memorial 81/371

MALYCHA, Felix farmer Peterborough. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1943 Grant Book 13 Page 242 County Dalhousie

MALYCHA, Francis Stanislaus farmer Peterborough. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1943 Grant Book 13 Page 242 County Dalhousie

MALYCHA, Joseph Michael farmer Peterborough. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1943 Grant Book 13 Page 242 County Dalhousie

No 1

MALYCHA, Lawrence of Sevenhill 1870 Memorial 253/252

MALYCHA, Laurence carpenter Sevenhill 1886 Memorial 147/375

MALYCHA, Lawrence carpenter Sevenhill, died 18/11/1903. Husband of Anna Malycha. Father of Andrew Malycha tanner Petersburg, Stanislaus Malycha farmer Cavenagh. Grandfather of Gertrude Malycha, Bernard Malycha, and George Malycha Memorial 38/455

MALYCHA, Lucas farmer near Clare 1861 Memorial 238/174

MALYCHA, Ludwig farmer Yongala. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1881 Grant Book 13 Page 198 County Dalhousie

MALYCHA, Peter farmer Yongala. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1884 Grant Book 13 Page 202

County Dalhousie

No 1

MALYCHA, Stanislaus farmer Hill River Co Stanley. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1880[-1881] Grant Book 13 Page 194 County Dalhousie

MALYCHA, Stanislaus farmer Petersburg Co Dalhousie 1889[-1892] Memorial 228/396

MALYCHA, Stanislaus and Theodor farmers Hundred of Cavenagh Co Herbert 1890 Memorial 50/402

MANCHOPE, George of Para Plains 1855 Memorial 52/132

MANCLARKE, Richard ex-police constable Kadina. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1871 Grant Book 14 Page 77 County Daly

No 1

MANDAY, John wheelwright Hampstead 1845 Memorial 295/5

MANDAY, John wheelwright Pine Forest 1852 Memorial 484/41

MANDAY, John wheelwright Hampstead 1853 Memorial 115/48

No 1

MANDER, Benjamin porter Norwood 1865[-1869] Memorial 305/203

MANDER, Benjamin mechanic Norwood 1883 Memorial 171/348

MANDER, Benjamin the Elder formerly mechanic Adelaide but now gentleman Portland Vic linked with Benjamin Mander the Younger insurance agent Norwood 1893 Memorial 138/437

MANDER, Lindon Levi District Foreman Paskeville. Paskeville (Hundred of Kulpara) township allotment land grant 1906 Grant Book 14 Page 200 County Daly

No 1

MANDER, Reuben merchant Adelaide (Pirie St) 1854 Memorial 412/66

MANDER, Reuben contractor Norwood 1862 Memorial 72/186

MANDER, Reuben contractor Norwood, became a bankrupt in 1864 Memorial 217/194

MANDER, William James storeman Norwood 1867[-1873] Memorial 205/225

No 1

MANDEVILLE, William Marshall Roberts importer Adelaide (Rundle St) 1909 Memorial 125/460

MANDEVILLE, William Marshall Roberts stationer Adelaide (Rundle St) and Catherine Adelaide Mandevlle his wife 1917 Memorial 53/475

MANDY, John wheelwright Walkerville 1853[-1856] Memorial 293/48

MANETT, John farmer Dry Creek 1856 Pt Elliot allotment purchase Memorial 447/99

No 1

MANFIELD, John West merchant Farina Out of Hundreds. Oodnadatta (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1891[-1896] Grant Book 65 Page 234 County Not named

MANFIELD, John West merchant Farina 1893 Memorial 173/418

No 1

MANFORD, James Ballantyne merchant Adelaide 1854[-1858] Memorial 419/69 Mary Anne Manford his wife 1855 Memorial 161/92

MANFORD, James Ballantyne gentleman Adelaide Hundred of Kapunda land grant 1857 Grant Book 44 Page 131 County Light

MANFORD, James Ballantyne merchant Norwood Hundred of Alma land grant 1857 Grant Book 26 Page 80 County Gawler

MANFORD, James Ballantine wine merchant Kent Town, died c1859. He left his estate in equal shares absolutely to his wife, Mary Ann Manford of Kent Town and his sister, Margaret Manford spinster Glasgow, Co Lanark, Scotland Memorial 194/150

MANFORD, James Ballantyne wine merchant Kent Town, died c1859. Entire estate to his wife, Mary Ann Manford, and his sister, Margaret Manford spinster Glasgow, Co Lanark, Scotland, in equal shares absolutely. Friends William THOMPSON saddler King William St, Adelaide, and Joseph STILLING merchant Adelaide, to be the executors Enrolment 32/39

MANFORD, Mary Ann widow Adelaide linked with Margaret Manford spinster Glasgow, Co Lanark, Scotland 1859. The Manfords sold the Milang Inn [inherited from James Ballantyne Manford], for £760 to George CHALKLEN of Milang and William GOSLING of Strathalbyn publicans Memorial 86/157

MANFORD, Mary Ann widow Adelaide, died c1860. Daughter of Henry BRIGGS dispenser Adelaide, who was still in business 1865 Application 6873

MANFORD, Nicholas wood splitter Kensington 1857 Memorial 258/129

No 1

MANFULL, Hiram saddler Adelaide (Hindley St) 1842 Farmer Chellaston Grove 1846[-1853] Memorial 255/7 CG near the Sturt River 1850 Memorial 105/28 Marion Congregational Chapel trustee 1850 Memorial 176/28 He left SA 1853, leaving Bartley & Bakewell solicitors Adelaide as his local attorneys to manage his SA affairs 7/4/1853 Enrolment 19/18

MANFULL, Hiram farmer formerly of Chellaston Grove Farm near Adelaide now on his voyage to England 1853 Memorial 74/57

MANGAN, Michael of Palm Vale [Palmenthal] near Tanunda 1859 Memorial 204/153

MANGELSDORF, Gottfried farmer Woodside 1891 Memorial 164/407

No 1

MANGELSDORF, Joachim farmer Sheaoak Log 1854 Memorial 260/68

MANGELSDORF, Joachim farmer Rosenthal near Gawler 1857 Memorial 137/118

No 1 - perhaps the same person

MANGELSDORF, Johann Christian farmer Gumeracha 1853[-1856] Enrolment 58/26

MANGELSDORF, Christian farmer Lobethal 1857 Memorial 126/124

MANGELSDORF, Christian farmer near Hahndorf. Member St John German Protestant Church Hahndorf 1859 Memorial 301/153

MANGELSDORF, Oscar Edmund and William Paul Mangelsdorf farmers Woodside 1920[-1921] Memorial 4/482

No 1 – mixture of the Elder and the Younger

MANHOOD, George farmer Hundred of Hindmarsh Hundred of Mt Muirhead land grant 1879 Grant Book 31 Page 195 County Grey

MANHOOD, George the Elder and Younger farmers Millicent 1886 Memorial 70/380

MANHOOD, George farmer Millicent 1891 Application 22109

MANHOOD, George farmer Millicent Hundred of Mt Muirhead land grant 1899 Grant Book 31 Page 207 County Grey

MANHOOD, George farmer Millicent Hundred of Kennion land grant 1899 Grant Book 31 Page 378 County Grey

MANHOOD, George farmer Millicent, had died by 1915. Surviving executor – Frederick Gallear DODGE accountant Millicent Grant Book 31 Page 262 County Grey

MANHOOD, William farm labourer Millicent Hundred of Kennion land grant 1899 Grant Book 31 Page 378 County Grey

No 1

MANIFOLD, Joseph mason Gawler 1867[-1877] Memorial 227/223

MANIFOLD, Joseph builder Gawler 1874[-1875] Memorial 89/278

MANIFOLD, Joseph builder Gawler 1874 Application 13622

MANIFOLD, Joseph mason Gawler 1875 Application 14238

No 2

MANIFOLD, Joseph of Pt Augusta 1883 Memorial 40/355

MANIFOLD, Joseph of Pt Augusta Hundred of Palmer land grant 1884 Grant Book 49 Page 175 County Newcastle

MANIFOLD, Leonard Gibbs mercantile clerk Solomontown near Pt Pirie 1912 Memorial 193/467

MANION, William labourer Queens Own Town Hundred of Kondoparinga land grant 1908 Grant Book 36 Page 279 County Hindmarsh

MANISTY, Charles carrier Yankalilla. Christ Church Yankalilla trustee 1947 Memorial 49/521

MANKIE, Lewis railway porter Kapunda 1867 Memorial 62/226

MANKEY, Eliza widow Gawler 1890 Application 21846

No 1

MANKEY, Thomas blacksmith Gawler. Gawler Wesleyan Methodist Church trustee 1850[-1852] Memorial 138/24

MANKEY, Thomas wheelwright Gawler 1859 Memorial 58/161

No 2

MANKEY, Thomas clerk Wilmington 1895 Memorial 67/424

No 1

MANKEY, Thomas Johns blacksmith Gawler. Oddfellow’s Lodge member 1857 Enrolment 61/31

MANKEY, Thomas Johns blacksmith and wheelwright Gawler 1860 Memorial 113/165

MANKEY, Thomas Johns machinist Gawler Town 1860[-1867] Application 1154, Memorial 41/196

MANKEY, Selina widow Gawler 1872 Memorial 133/262

MANKTELOW, John labourer Stepney 1871 Memorial 100/254

No 1

MANLEY, Albert farmer Alma Hundred of Boucaut land grant 1880 Grant Book 55 Page 37 County Stanley

MANLEY, Albert farmer Hundred of Alma 1882 Memorial 141/342

MANLEY, Albert Flood farmer Saints 1895 Memorial 126/424

MANLEY, Edward Mayne police officer Pt Adelaide 1854[-1856] Memorial 351/74

Police constable Queenstown 1855[-1856] Memorial 176/80

MANLY, Samuel carter Adelaide (Bewes St) 1871 Memorial 212/256

MANLEY, Samuel Mills farmer Saints 1895 Memorial 124/424

MANLEY, William labourer Callington 1886 Application 20862

MANLEY, William Hill farmer Saints 1895 Memorial 125/424

No 1

MANN, Alexander farmer Point Sturt Hundred of Baker land grant 1869 Grant Book 54 Page 6 County Russell

MANN, Alex of Point Sturt 1894 Memorial 129/423

No 1

MANN, Carl Hermann grazier Baldina near Kooringa 1925 Memorial 42/493

MANN, Carl Hermann grazier Baldina near Kooringa and Martha Julia Mann his wife 1936 Memorial 173/509

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

MANN, Charles of Syleham on the Torrens near Adelaide Master of the SA Supreme Court 1844[-1848] Memorial 406/3

MANN, Charles of Halifax St, Adelaide 1845 Memorial 202/5

MANN, Charles Master of the Supreme Court Adelaide 1848 Memorial 308/10

MANN, Charles of Victoria Square, Adelaide 1853 Memorial 124/65

MANN, Charles Crown Solicitor Adelaide (Victoria Square) 1854 Memorial 46/70

MANN, Charles the Younger of Adelaide 1859 Memorial 14/161

MANN, Charles the Elder Insolvency Commissioner Adelaide, died 24/5/1860, of brain softening, aged 60. His wife, Ann Mann nee MALPAS was a sister to Elizabeth Malpas spinster Twyford 1890 Application 21956

MANN, Charles solicitor Adelaide 1885 Application 20629

No 1

MANN, Christian Eduard and Friedrich Eduard farmers Robertstown 1886 Memorial 154/373

MANN, Christian Eduard farmer Robertstown linked with Johanne Louise Mann wife of Johann Christian Mann no description 1886 Memorial 149/375

MANN, Christian Eduard farmer Robertstown 1892 Memorial 200/413

No 1

MANN, David wheelwright Adelaide 1855 Memorial 100/91

MANN, David farmer Point Sturt Hundred of Alexandrina land grant 1863 Grant Book 36 Page 5 County Hindmarsh

MANN, Edwin labourer Kingston S-E Hundred of Lacepede land grant 1879 Grant Book 46 Page 8 County MacDonnell

No 1 – perhaps the same person FIND CHECK

MANN, Ernst Albert licensed victualler Eudunda 1908 Grant Book 18 Page 131 County Eyre

MANN, Ernst Albert retired farmer Seacliff Co Adelaide. Hundred of Clinton land grant 1937 Grant Book 14 Page 149 County Daly

MANN, Frank draper Adelaide 1875 Application 14387

No 1

MANN, Frederick farmer near Canowie. Hundred of Whyte land grant 1877 Grant Book 60 Page 52 County Victoria

MANN, Frederick farmer Hundred of Whyte Co Victoria 1897 Memorial 148/432

MANN, Frederick farmer Hundred of Whyte. Hundred of Whyte land grant 1898 Grant Book 60 Page 57 County Victoria

No 2

MANN, Frederick farmer Clinton. Hundred of Clinton land grant 1907 Grant Book 14 Page 140 County Daly

MANN, Frederick farmer Alford, died 22/7/1909. By 1910, his widow, Isabella Mann, was living at Pinnaroo with her son and daughter, Charles Mann farmer and Sarah Mann spinster Pinnaroo Memorial 144/462

No 1

MANN, Friedrich August farmer Robertstown 1881 Memorial 176/338

MANN, Friedrich August farmer Hundred of English 1885 Memorial 161/370

MANN, Friedrich August farmer Baldina 1885 Memorial 16/370

MANN, Friedrich Wilhelm Julius farmer Seppeltsfield near Greenock 1863 Application 4391

MANN, FS director of Mann's Motors Ltd of Franklin St, Adelaide 1926 Memorial 134/495

MANN, George Friedrich carrier Pinnaroo. Hundred of Parilla land grant 1913 Grant Book 12 Page 80 County Chandos

MANN, GH JP of Normanville 1893 Memorial 63/417

MANN, Horace Blakeney licensed victualler Adelaide (Colonel Light Currie St) 1922[-1924] He changed the name of the hotel to Hotel George before he sold the business in early 1924 Memorials 161/484, 157/490

MANN, J farm labourer Terowie 1893 Memorial 167/417

No 1

MANN, Johann Christian farmer Barossa 1853[-1857] Memorial 340/60

MANN, Johann Christian farmer Barossa 1853 used to own Sections 1529 and 1535 Hundred of Barossa Application 25641

MANN, Johann Christian farmer Bethanien 1861 Memorial 461/179

MANN, Johann Christian farmer formerly of Bethany 1861 but now of Emu Flat, Hundred of English 1870 Application 10580

MANN, Johann Christian farmer near Point Pass 1881 Grant Book 17 Page 169 County Eyre

MANN, Johann Christian farmer Point Pass Co Eyre. Hundred of Baldina land grant 1882 Grant Book 9 Page 10 County Burra

No 1

MANN, Johannes Wilhelm Gottfried farmer Hanson 1904 Memorial 130/451

MANN, Johannes Wilhelm Gottfried farmer Tothill Belt Co Light. Hunded of Apoinga land grant 1911 Grant Book 8 Page 66 County Burra

MANN, JJC clerk to FH FAULDING chemist Adelaide 1869 Memorial 160/238

No 1 - perhaps the same person

MANN, John gentleman Adelaide 1860 Memorial 13/171

MANN, John civil servant Adelaide 1895 Application 23030

MANN, John of Glenelg, only surviving trustee for the estate of the late William PEACOCK now deceased 1899 Memorial 229/437

MANN, John gentleman Kent Town 1876, died c1899. Husband of Louisa Maria Mann Memorial 9/438

MANN, John gentleman formerly of Kent Town but then of Glenelg, died 23/2/1899. He left his entire estate to his wife, Louisa Maria Mann, absolutely, free from the control of any future husband Application 24089

MANN, John labourer Tickera. Tickera (Hundred of Tickera) township allotment land grant 1909 Grant Book 14 Page 389 County Daly

MANN, John Smith farmer Binnum Hundred of Binnum land grant 1881 Grant Book 29 Page 146 County MacDonnell

MANN, Oliff Victor real estate agent 7 Pirie St, Adelaide 1950 Application 28716

No 1

MANN, Samuel F[urneau] clerk to HW PARKER solicitor Adelaide 1851 Memorial 381/36

MANN, Samuel F clerk to Messrs HANSON, PARKER & HICKS 1851 Memorial 22/37

No 1

MANN, Theophilus John C commercial clerk Adelaide 1879 Memorial 122/329

MANN, TJC accountant Adelaide 1867 Memorial 153/222

MANN, Theopilus John Cheek druggist Adelaide 1874 Application 13351

MANN, Theophilus John Cheek gentleman Adelaide 1909 Application 25711

MANN, Thomas farmer Millicent Hundred of Kennion land grant 1899 Grant Book 31 Page 378 County Grey

MANN, William stone mason Nuriootpa 1854[-1855] Memorial 431/73

MANN, William Walter ship's steward Pt Adelaide 1866 Memorial 5/209

MANNELL, Joseph machine manufacturer Adelaide (Grenfell St) 1851 Memorial 122/38

MANNELLE, James Robinson accountant Thebarton 1852[-1853] Memorial 319/56

MANNERS, Darcy Douglas fisherman Tickera. Tickera (Hundred of Tickera) township allotment land grant 1923 Grant Book 14 Page 389 County Daly

MANNERS, Henry farmer Dry Creek 1862 Memorial 118/183

MANNERS, John farmer St Marys 1853 Memorial 376/55

MANNERS, Joseph Howard fisherman Tickera. Tickera (Hundred of Tickera) township allotment land grant 1929 Grant Book 14 Page 389 County Daly

MANNING, Alexander Albert storekeeper Kangarilla 1946 Application 28477

No 1

MANNING, Benjamin Hart farmer Noarlunga 1879 Memorial 222/317

MANNING, Benjamin Hart farmer Noarlunga linked with George Pitches Manning and Edward Henry Manning farmers and vignerons Noarlunga 1887 Memorial 117/388

No 1

MANNING, Charles farmer Hundred of Willunga 1858[-1863] Memorial 239/141

MANNING, Charles vigneron McLaren Vale, died 1/8/ 1914. Estate worth £358. Executors; Charles Brown Manning vigneron McLaren Vale and Herbert John Manning orchardist Willunga Memorial 175/471

MANNING, Charles Brown vigneron McLaren Vale linked with Herbert John Manning orchardist Willunga 1926 Memorial 8/496

No 1 - probably the same person

MANNING, Daniel farmer Oladdie 1882 Memorial 155/342

MANNING, Daniel farmer Eurelia 1886[-1888] Memorial 101/377

MANNING, Elizabeth spinster McLaren Vale, died 16/11/1949. Sister to James Arthur Manning, Grace Manning, Eleanor Manning, Clara Manning, Lucy Manning and Alice Rosalie Manning all vignerons McLaren Vale Memorial 180/524

MANNING, Ellen Maud and Hilda Maliala spinsters King's Park 1916 Application 26514

MANNING, Francis farmer linked with James Manning farmer both of Hope Farm Noarlunga 1862 Memorial 182/185

MANNING, Frederick Denford salesman Wirrabara 1917 Application 26633

No 1

MANNING, George butcher Kensington 1850 Memorial 54/23

MANNING, George butcher Adelaide 1851 Memorial 90/101

No 1

MANNING, George Alfred farmer Strathalbyn 1927 Memorial 118/496, Application 27626

MANNING, George Alfred farmer formerly of Strathalbyn but now of Coorow WA 1941 Memorial 125/515

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

MANNING, George Pitches farmer Willunga 1850 Memorial 170/27

MANNING, George Pitches gentleman Adelaide 1851[-1855] Memorial 91/31

MANNING, George Pitches gentleman Noarlunga 1852 Memorial 243/43

MANNING, George Pitches the Younger wine grower Noarlunga 1862 Memorial 182/185

MANNING, Henry grocer Adelaide (Hindley St) Adelaide 1854 Memorial 202/69

MANNING, Henry Oscar draper Clarence Park 1930[-1931] Memorial 43/504, Application 27834

No 1

MANNING, James 29 farmer McLaren Vale (Father: George Pitches Manning) married Elizabeth Sykes 24 spinster McLaren Vale (Father; James Sykes) on 29/4/1868 James Sykes home McLaren Vale. Minister: James HOWIE. Witnesses: Charles and EH Manning farmers McLaren Vale Application 20478

MANNING, James farmer Noarlunga 1879 Memorial 151/317

MANNING, James farmer McLaren Vale 1887 Memorial 42/386

MANNING, James winegrower McLaren Vale, died 14/4/1914 intestate and a widower. Estate worth £5,400. Father of James Arthur Manning winegrower McLaren Vale, Elizabeth Manning, Grace Manning, Clara Manning, Eleanor Manning, Lucy Manning and Alice Rosalie Manning all spinsters McLaren Vale Memorials 106 & 107/471
No 2

MANNING, James agent Adelaide and Margaret Manning his wife Frances (Hundred of Binnum) township allotment land grant 1881 Grant Book 46 Page 32 County MacDonnell

MANNING, James auctioneer Adelaide 1885 Memorial 193/371

MANNING, James agent Adelaide (Currie St)1882 Application 19547

MANNING, James land broker Adelaide (Temple Chambers, Currie St) 1884[-1888] Application 20311, Application 21441

MANNING, James agent Adelaide 1886[-1910] Memorial 107/376

MANNING, James auctioneer Adelaide 1887 Application 21153

MANNING, James agent Adelaide (Temple Chambers, Currie St) 1897 MANNING, James land agent Adelaide 1910 Application 25744

Applications 23278 & 23279

No 3 - perhaps a continuation of No 2

MANNING, James land agent New Thebarton 1891 Memorial 119/410

MANNING, James agent New Thebarton 1892 Application 22304

MANNING, James land agent New Thebarton 1906 Application 25169

MANNING, James land agent New Thebarton linked with WJ Manning clerk Adelaide 1906 Memorial 55/456

No 3

MANNING, James farmer Saddleworth Hundred of Moorowie land grant 1879 Grant Book 19 Page 34 County Fergusson

MANNING, James labourer Saddleworth Hundred of Koolywurtie land grant 1881 Grant Book 19 Page 313 County Fergusson

MANNING, James Arthur, Clara, Lucy, Eleanor, Grace and Alice Rosalie vignerons McLaren Vale 1950 Application 28751

No 1

MANNING, John yeoman Norwood 1852 Memorial 196/44

No 2

MANNING, John, MANNING, Michael and MANNING, Patrick farmers Saddleworth 1860 Application 1735

MANNING, John, Michael and Patrick farmers Saddleworth Hundred of Saddleworth land grant 1860 Grant Book 44 Page 343 County Light

No 3

MANNING, John farmer Troubridge Hundred of Melville land grant 1877[-1891] Grant Book 19 Page 80 County Fergusson

MANNING, John Edward farmer Eurelia 1881[-1886] Memorial 156/330

No 1

MANNING, John Patrick farmer Troubridge 1872 Application 12133

MANNING, John Patrick farmer Saddleworth Hundred of Melville land grant 1876[-1877] Grant Book 19 Page 76 County Fergusson

MANNING, Luke and Michael farmers Hundred of Saddleworth 1862 Memorial 82/189

MANNING, Mary Ann spinster Troubridge Hundred of Koolywurtie land grant 1881 Grant Book 19 Page 313 County Fergusson

MANNING, Mary Jane of Eurelia 1888 Memorial 113/393

No 1 - perhaps the same person

MANNING, Michael labourer The Sturt 1863 Application 3820

MANNING, Michael farmer Saddleworth 1869 Application 9920

MANNING, Michael, Patrick, Luke and John farmers Saddleworth 1865 Application 6569

MANNING, Michael farmer Eurelia 1885 Memorial 63/367

No 1

MANNING, Patrick farmer Gawler Plains 1854 Memorial 177/73

MANNING, Patrick farmer formerly of Gawler but now of Saddleworth 1856 Memorial 23/102

No 2

MANNING, Patrick farmer Eurelia 1882 Memorial 163/345

MANNING, Patrick Valentine farmer Eurelia 1902 Memorial 41/445

MANNING, Richard Aldersey retired farmer Beverley 1921 Application 26947

No 1 – perhaps the same person

MANNING, Samuel storekeeper Kangarilla 1887 Memorial 45/384

MANNING, Samuel gardener Clarence Park. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1899 Grant Book 2 Page 13 County Adelaide

No 1

MANNING, Thomas yeoman Plympton 1854 Memorial 289/63

MANNING, Thomas yeoman Plympton 1864 Application 4864

MANNING, Thomas farmer Plympton 1881 Application 18763

No 2

MANNING, Thomas carter Portland Estate 1875 Application 14105

MANNING, WJ clerk to James Manning land agent Adelaide 1905 Memorial 51/454

MANNING, William Thomas storekeeper Aldinga 1884 Memorial 98/360

MANNION, Bartholomew Bernard farmer Hundred of Uroonda linked with Michael Mannion farmer Morchard 1893 Memorial 137/418

No 1

MANNION, Joseph Patrick farmer of Uroonda linked with Michael Mannion farmer Morchard 1894 Memorial 120/421

MANNION, Joseph Patrick out of business Taylorville 1937 Memorial 46/511

MANNION, Michael farmer Yongala 1882 Book 13 Page 260 County Dalhousie

No 1

MANOLY, Ellen Sarah widow Adelaide 1851[-1853] Memorial 425/30

MANOLY, Ellen Sarah widow Adelaide formerly Ellen Sarah BROWN spinster, died c1855. £200 out of her personal and real estate to be placed in trust in equal shares for as many of her brother's (John Brown of Acle, Norfolk, England) four children who should be living at the time of her death Memorial 118/145

No 1

MANSELL, Thomas smelter Native Valley near Nairne 1860[-1861] Memorials 206/163 & 302/178 Smelter Dawesley 1860 Memorial 207/163

MANSELL, Thomas smelter Dawesley Scott Creek 1865 Memorials 300 & 301/203

MANSELL, Thomas miner Nairne 1866 Memorial 188/208

MANSELL, Thomas miner Kanmantoo 1865 Memorial 93/217

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

MANSER, David farmer Mt Crawford 1899. Son of the late Walter and Ellen Manser Application 23854

MANSER, David farmer Mt Crawford 1909 Application 25593

MANSER, David teamster Mt Crawford 1915 Application 26448

MANSER, David the Younger grazier Lyndoch 1936, and Constance Wynne Manser his wife Application 28043

MANSER, Martin Joseph labourer Hynam 1947 Memorial 116/521

MANSER, Robert farmer Barossa Ranges 1854 Memorial 475/76

No 1

MANSER, Walter and William farmers the Barossa Special Survey 1850[-1857] Memorial 473/25

MANSER, Walter farmer Hundred of Barossa. Hundred of Barossa land grant 1859 Grant Book 1 Page 52 County Adelaide

MANSER, Walter farmer Mt Crawford 1872 Application 12183

MANSER, Walter farmer Highlands Hundred of Barossa 1880 Memorial 53/326

MANSER, Ellen Mary widow of the late Walter Manser of Mt Crawford, died 1/10/1897, of chronic catarrh of the stomach and softening of the stomach lining, aged 69 Application 23854

No 1

MANSFELD, Friedrich Wilhelm August baker near Adelaide 1853 Memorial 352/55

MANSFELD, Friedrich August Wilhelm baker Stepney 1854 Memorial 424/62

MANSFIELD, Arthur blacksmith Bordertown 1882 Memorial 148/340

MANSFIELD, Arthur Harry engineer Sandwell and Margaret Mansfield his wife 1898 Application 23564

No 1

MANSFIELD, Charles builder Queenstown 1879 Memorial 59/313

No 2

MANSFIELD, Charles gentleman Angaston 1889 Memorial 72/399

MANSFIELD, Charles gentleman Angaston 1892 Application 22220

MANSFIELD, Charles labourer and MANSFIELD, James Henry millwright of Angaston 1902 Application 24485

No 1

MANSFIELD, Henry shoemaker Adelaide 1855 Memorial 222/84

MANSFIELD, Henry cornwainer Penrice 1856 Memorial 45/106

MANSFIELD, Henry mechanic Penrice 1855 Penrice Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee Memorial 182/88

MANSFIELD, Henry shoemaker Angaston 1858 Memorial 53/138

MANSFIELD, Henry bootmaker Angaston, died 19/3/1899 Memorial 18/461

MANSFIELD, James bootmaker Goolwa 1875 Application 14468

MANSFIELD, James Henry carpenter Angaston 1909 Memorial 65/462

No 1

MANSOM, Benjamin storekeeper Hawker. Hundred of Wonoka land grant 1885 Grant Book 5 Page 29 County Blachford

MANSOM, Benjamin of Hawker 1886[-1890] Memorial 167/374

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

MANSOM, James of Gawler 1865[-1867] Memorial 283/207

MANSOM, James JP of Quorn 1882 Memorial 177/341

MANSOM, James of Quorn. Trustee Institute Quorn Quorn (Hundred of Pichi Richi) township allotment land grant 1883 Grant Book 49 Page 14 County Newcastle

MANSOM, James JP clerk Quorn 1883[-1887] Memorials 18 & 20/349

MANSOM, James miller Quorn Co Newcastle. Hundred of Coonatto land grant 1883[-1884] Grant Book 24 Page 805 County Frome

MANSOM, J representative for Adelaide Milling Co millers Quorn 1886 Memorial 155/375

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

MANSOM, Joseph miller Gawler 1857[-1863] Memorial 296/115

MANSOM, Joseph the Elder and Younger millers Gawler 1863 Memorial 249/191

MANSOM, Joseph the Younger miller formerly of Gawler but now of Pt Adelaide 1867 Memorial 91/220

MANSOM, Joseph the Younger miller formerly of Gawler 1860 but now of Pt Adelaide 1869 Application 10281

MANSOM, Joseph mill manager Pt Pirie 1894 Memorial 200/420

MANSOM, Joseph formerly mill manager but now gentleman Pt Pirie 1907 Memorial 63/457

MANSON, Joseph the Younger gentleman Hyde Park 1909 Application 25585

MANSOM, JW bank clerk Wilmington 1891 Memorial 177/407

No 1

MANSON, Abraham son of Magnus Manson mariner Le Fevre Peninsula 1852 Memorial 155/43

MANSON, Abraham mariner Le Fevre Peninsula 1866 Memorial 104/216

MANSON, Alexander seaman Alberton 1850 Memorial 378/26

MANSON, D of Semaphore 1881 Memorial 194/335

No 1

MANSON, James carpenter Kapunda 1859[-1861] Memorial 350/151

No 2

MANSON, James clerk Gawler 1868 Memorial 25/231

No 1

MANSON, Magnus licensed victualler Le Fevre Peninsula 1853[-1856] Memorial 263/56

MANSON, Magnus licensed victualler Semaphore, declared a bankrupt in 1860 Memorial 274/176

MANSON, Magnus mariner Semaphore Hotel Le Fevre Peninsula 1860, died c1861. He left his entire estate to his wife, Mary Manson Memorial 140/189

MANSON, WG tailor Walker St, Birkenhead 1912 Memorial 118/467

MANT, Frederick Johnston grazier and stock dealer Dry Creek 1899 Memorial 13/437

MANT, Frederick William sheep farmer Boliver 1903 Application 24695

No 1

MANTHEI, Martin Franz August farmer Point Pass 1885[-1887] Memorial 167/369

MANTHEI, Martin Franz August farmer near Point Pass 1885 Memorial 185/372

MANTHORPE, Charles Congregational Minister Glenelg 1868[-1889] Memorial 230/229

MANTLE, Frederick William platelayer Stirling East 1913 Application 26516

No 1

MANTON, Edward saddler Quorn. Hundred of Pichi Richi land grant 1879 Grant Book 49 Page 21 County Newcastle

MANTON, Edward saddler Quorn Co Newcastle. Farina (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1879 Grant Book 65 Page 79 County Not named

MANTON, Edward saddler Georgetown Co Victoria. Hawker (Hundred of Wonoka) township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 5 Page 5 County Blachford

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

MANTON, George labourer Balhannah 1845[-1850] Memorial 208/353

MANTON, George baker Mt Barker 1853[-1867] Memorial 155/61

MANTON, George the Younger gardener Littlehampton 1878 Memorial 116/307

MANTON, George labourer Littlehampton 1889 Application 21760

No 1

MANTON, Harry miller Kapunda 1875 Application 14751

MANTON, Harry miller Kapunda. Kapunda Wesleyan Chapel member 1876 67Application 14752

MANTON, James border customs officer Barringum NSW 1879 Memorial 216/312

No 1

MANTON, James Thomas surveyor Adelaide 1853[-1856] Memorial 325/57

MANTON, James Thomas surveyor formerly of Adelaide 1853 but now of Mitcham 1871 Application 11389

MANTON, James Thomas civil engineer and surveyor Mitcham 1872 67Application 12342

MANTON, James Thomas civil engineer and surveyor West Mitcham Hundred of Balaklava land grant 1872 Grant Book 26 Page 120 County Gawler

MANTON, James Thomas of Coombe Down, Mitcham 1872 Application 12088

MANTON, James Thomas civil engineer and surveyor Adelaide 1872 Memorial 174/262

MANTON, John shoemaker Gawler 1865 Application 5990

No 1

MANTON, John Allen Wesleyan Minister Parramatta NSW, power of attorney to William BUTTERS Wesleyan Minister Adelaide, to invest £1,500 in mortgage properties in SA and to manage the properties 12/8/1859 Deposit 67/1863

MANTON, John Allen Wesleyan Minister Newington near Sydney NSW, died c1866. He owned land in SA Memorial 73/212

MANTON, Ann widow formerly of Newington near Sydney NSW but now of Paramatta NSW 1871 relict of the late John Allen Manton, who died 9/9/1864 Newington NSW Memorial 110/252

MANTON, Richard labourer Pt Adelaide 1855 Memorial 55/94

MANUEL, Charles farmer Stockport on the Gilbert Hundred of Dublin land grant 1882 Grant Book 26 Page 349 County Gawler

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

MANUEL, Elisha wheelwright Adelaide (Halifax St) 1854[-1856] Memorial 450/69 Hundred of Pt Gawler land grant 1855 Memorial 218/108

MANUEL, Elisha blacksmith Pt Gawler 1857 linked with Thomas Manuel butcher Pt Gawler Memorial 91/127

MANUEL, Elisha blacksmith Adelaide (Halifax St) 1860 Memorial 347/161

MANUEL, Elisha farmer Stockport 1862 Application 2879

MANUEL, Elisha formerly blacksmith Adelaide (Halifax St) but now farmer Hope Farm Stockport 1866 Memorial 248/209

MANUEL, Elisha the Elder farmer Stockport on the Gilbert 1867 Application 8440

MANUEL, Elisha farmer Terowie trustee School Hundred of Terowie Hundred of Terowie land grant 1875 Grant Book 40 Page 3 County Jervois

MANUEL, Elisha farmer Stockport 1876 Application 15310

MANUEL, Elisha farmer Dublin. Parham township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 26 Page 364 County Gawler

MANUEL, Elisha the Elder farmer Dublin 1880 Memorial 27/327

MANUEL, Elisha the Elder farmer Stockport on the Gilbert. Hundred of Dublin land grant 1882 Grant Book 26 Page 348 County Gawler

No 2

MANUEL, Elisha farmer Sandergrove Hundred of Terowie land grant 1879 Grant Book 40 Page 8 County Kimberley

FIND SANDERGROVE COUNTY

No 3

MANUEL, Elisha police constable Adelaide (Wright Court) 1885 Application 20746

MANUEL, Elisha police constable Adelaide and Maryan Manuel his wife 1884[-1885] Memorial 43/356

No 1

MANUEL, John miner Kooringa 1859 Application 297

No 2 FIND CHECK RUN

MANUEL, John miner Wallaroo Mines. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1871 Grant Book 14 Page 77 County Daly

MANUEL, John farmer Kadina 1901 Memorial 147/444

MANUEL, John formerly farmer Woodlands Hundred of Kadina but then retired farmer Kadina, died 23/11/1903. Husband of Mary Ann Manuel Memorial 217/451

No 3

MANUEL, John farmer Sandergrove Hundred of Terowie land grant 1878 Grant Book 40 Page 6 County Kimberley

MANUEL, Jane widow Terowie Hundred of Gumbowie land grant 1884 Grant Book 40 Page 45 County Kimberley

No 1

MANUEL, Lucy youngest daughter of Elijah Manuel of Clare 1878 Memorial 143/311

MANUEL, Lucy of Wright Court, Adelaide 1885 Memorial 179/372

MANUEL, Philip sailmaker Pt Adelaide 1860 Application 1601

MANUEL, Philip ship owner Pt Adelaide 1874 Application 13775

MANUEL, Philip ship owner Queenstown 1877[-1894] Memorial 86/301, Application 15691, Application 20954

MANUEL, Philip gentleman Queenstown 1884 Application 20350

MANUEL, Philip gentleman Queenstown 1899 Application 23894

No 1 - probably the same person

MANUEL, Thomas butcher Adelaide 1869 Memorial 121/243

236/250

MANUEL, Thomas formerly farmer Redbanks, Light River 1871 but now butcher Two Wells 1872 Application 12378

MANUEL, Thomas farmer Redbanks Light River 1871 Memorial

MANUEL, Thomas butcher Two Wells Hundred of Dublin land grant 1878 Grant Book 26 Page 342 County Gawler

MANUEL, Thomas Cecil storekeeper Cobalt St, Broken Hill NSW 1917 Application 26638

No 1

MANUEL, Thomas Henry farmer Two Wells 1876[-1883] Memorial 165/287

MANUEL, Thomas Henry farmer and butcher Two Wells. Parham township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 26 Page 363 County Gawler

MANUEL, Thomas Henry butcher Two Wells 1877 Memorial 35/306

MANUEL, Thomas Henry butcher Two Wells. Hundred of Dublin land grant 1882 Grant Book 26 Page 348 County Gawler

MANUEL, Thomas Henry farmer formerly of Two Wells but now of Minlaton 1885 Memorial 182/371

MANUEL, Thomas Henry miller Minlaton and Sarah Anna Bella Manuel his wife Hundred of Minlacowie land grant 1885 Grant Book 19 Page 257 County Fergusson

MANUEL, Thomas Henry miller Minlaton 1888 Memorial 139/392

MANUEL, Thomas Henry miller Minlaton 1888 Memorial 60/391

MANUEL, Thomas Henry retired farmer Nailsworth 1920 Memorial 32/481

MANUEL, Thomas Henry retired farmer Nailsworth, died c1929. Father of Ernest Percival Thomas Claude Manuel company director Gordon Road, Prospect, Frederick John Manuel, Henry William Manuel, Lily IRISH, Emma Jane BRAUND, Isabella NEWMAN, Eva DAY and Albert James Manuel. Estate worth £4,449 Memorial 148/503

No 1

MANUEL, William butcher Stockport 1865 Memorial 77/203

MANUEL, William licensed victualler Stockport took out a 10-year lease at £80 per year of the Gilbert Arms Inn (on pt Section 1283 Hundred of Light) presently occupied by James CATCHLOVE from James FITZPATRICK farmer The Bremer 1866 Memorial 93/209

MANUEL, William publican Stockport 1866 Memorial 169/221

No 2

MANUEL, William of New Town near Kadina. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1882 Grant Book 14 Page 69 County Daly

No 1 FIND CHECK RUN

MANUEL, William Rowe Kooringa 1859 Application 297

MANUEL, William Rowe miner Kadina. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1869 Grant Book 14 Page 72 County Daly

MANUEL, William Rowe miner Wallaroo Mines. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1891 Grant Book 14 Page 247 County Daly

MANUEL, William Rowe of Greens Plains West 1898 Memorial 50/437

MANUEL, William Rowe farmer Paskeville. Hundred of Ninnes land grant 1899 Grant Book 14 Page 296 County Daly

MANUEL, William Rowe farmer Greens Plains West. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1904 Grant Book 14 Page 251 County Daly

MANUEL, William Rowe farmer Kadina and Frances Ellen Manuel his wife 1919 Application 26823

MANUELLE, James Robison accountant Adelaide 1852[-1853] Memorial 319/56

No 1

MAPLE, Charles farmer Yankalilla 1881 Memorial 184/329

MAPLE, Charles farmer Yankalilla 1889 Application 21577

MAPLE, Charles farmer Torrens Vale 1893[-1913] Memorial 61/417

No 1

MAPLE, Thomas farmer Yankalilla 1865 Memorial 207/205

MAPLE, Thomas labourer Yankalilla 1870 Application 10587

MAPLE, William Henry dairyman Edwardstown. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1910 Grant Book 2 Page 19 County Adelaide

MAPLES, Charles gentleman Pt Adelaide 1851 Memorial 26/30

MAPLES, John farmer Kensington Park 1850 Memorial 368/23

MAPLESDEN, John Atkinson blacksmith Adelaide 1850 Memorial 308/22

MAPLESDEN, Ozias farmer Hundred of Arkaba 1888[-1890] Memorial 143/389

MAPP, William farmer Penang Hundred of Kadina land grant 1879 Grant Book 14 Page 237 County Daly

MAPPISON, Henry farmer Clare and Norah Mappison his wife 1909 Application 25597

MAPSTEAD, Isaac of Penola 1861 Memorial 117/174

MAPSTONE, George butcher Bowden 1868[-1870] Memorial 79/232

MARA, Henry farmer Canowie. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1874 Grant Book 60 Page 111 County Victoria

No 1

MARA, John carrier Adelaide 1850 Memorial 245/27

MARA, John carrier Jamestown, about to proceed to the North, power of attorney to Henry MARA farmer Jamestown, to sell his property, pt TA 387, in Adelaide 30/5/1878 Deposit 178/1878

No 1

MARA, Michael of Adelaide purchased land in Islington 1840 Deposit 329/1858

MARA, Michael police officer Islington near Adelaide 1843 Memorial 279/24

MARA, Michael gentleman Islington 1844[-1854] Memorial 247/4

MARA, Michael yeoman Tam-O'Shanter Land, foundation trustee Primitive Methodist Chapel Islington 1845 Memorial 260/5

MARA, Michael teamster Islington 1850 Memorial 281/26

MARA, Michael carrier Islington 1852 Memorial 122/39

MARA, Michael yeoman Islington 1854 Memorial 197/65

MARA, Michael farmer Gawler Plains 1854 Memorial 241/66

MARA, Michael farmer Little Para 1854 Memorial 202/75

MARA, Michael farmer Salisbury 1854[-1860] Salisbury Primitive Methodist Chapel trustee Memorial 92/74

MARACO, Sarafine 36 tailor married Masy NESBIT 36 widow on 12/5/1859 at Holy Trinity North Tce Adelaide. Witnesses James GALLAGHAN and Mary Anne WHEYMAN. Seraphino Marconi labourer Yorke Peninsula, died 20/9/1876 Adelaide Hospital, of extravision of urine, and chronic bronchitis, aged 56 Application 16645

No 1

MARCH, Alfred farmer Grace Plains near Mallala 1882 Application 19151

MARCH, Alfred farmer Mallala linked with AS March of Mallala 1885 Memorial 33/372

No 2

MARCH, Alfred farmer Willamulka 1888[-1894] Memorial 56/393

MARCH, Alfred farmer Willamulka. Hundred of Tickera land grant 1895 Grant Book 14 Page 215 County Daly

No 3

MARCH, Alfred school teacher Mintaro Central 1906 Memorial 37/455 

MARCH, C store assistant Peterborough 1940 Memorial 151/514

No 1

MARCH, Charles and Joseph farmers Hundred of Munno Para 1853 Memorial 52/52

MARCH, Charles farmer Grace Plains Hundred of Grace land grant 1866[-1882] Grant Book 27 Page 41 County Gawler

No 2

MARCH, Charles labourer Adelaide 1900 Application 23977

MARCH, Ernest Henry farmer formerly of Mallala but now of Lameroo 1926 Grant Book 12 Page 12 County Chandos

MARCH, Frances Sophia of Willamulka 1889 Memorial 13/398

MARCH, Frederick Charles formerly shop assistant Kooringa but now barman Port Road, Hindmarsh 1952 Memorial 156/527

MARCH, George Edward cab proprietor Kooringa 1894 Application 25004

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

MARCH, Henry farmer Clare 1854 Memorial 462/64

MARCH, Henry farmer Gateshead Farm near Clare 1860 Memorial 82/163

MARCH, Henry the Elder farmer Gateshead Farm near Clare 1862[-1866] Memorial 339/181

MARCH, Henry the Younger publican Melrose 1860 Memorial 186/181

MARCH, Henry the Younger licensed victualler formerly of Mt Remarkable but now of Clare 1863 Application 3900

MARCH, Henry the Younger butcher Clare 1866 Memorial 1/214 Farmer Clare 1866 Memorial 2/214

No 2

MARCH, Henry limeburner Kapunda 1868[-1872] Memorial 113/235

MARCH, Henry farmer Kapunda 1880[-1882] Memorial 66/321

MARCH, Henry lime burner Kapunda 1884 Application 20204

MARCH, Henry lime burner and builder Kapunda 1885 Application 20540

MARCH, Henry and Matthew limeburners Kapunda 1885 Application 20690

MARCH, Henry limeburner Stock St, Kapunda and Sarah March his wife 1896. (Henry March died 17/6/1902. Sarah March died 29/4/1916) Parents of Agnes Louisa GLASSON widow formerly of Kapunda but now of Murray St, North Adelaide 1926. On 15/7/1926, Mrs Glasson married John BAWDEN railway employee 7 Park St, Hyde Park, in the home of the minister James Edgar WEBB 5 Commercial Road, Hyde Park. WA Webb was a witness Memorials 173 & 175/495 & Application 27525

MARCH, Henry limeburner Kapunda, died 17/6/1902. His estate worth £295. He left his entire estate to his wife, Sarah March. Sarah March widow Stock St, Kapunda, died 29/4/1916. Her estate worth £20. Her estate to her daughter Agnes Louisa GLASSON formerly widow Kapunda now Agnes Louisa BAWDEN wife of John Bawden railway employee (born Liskeard, Cornwall) 7 Park St, Hyde Park, married 15/7/1926. Samuel March builder Kapunda, born 13/6/1857 Castlemaine Vic, was a son of Henry and Sarah March. How was Cecil Thomas March carpenter Kapunda connected? Application 27525

MARCH, John Henry farmer near Penfield 1876 Application 14927

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

MARCH, Joseph and Charles farmers Munno Para 1853 Memorial 52/52 Linked with William March farmer Munno Para 1853 Memorial 53/52

MARCH, Joseph the Elder and Younger farmers Section 4062 Hundred of Munno Para 1853[-1855] Memorial 190/54

MARCH, Joseph farmer Para Plains 1854 Memorial 123/72

MARCH, Joseph farmer Gawler Plains 1855[-1872] Memorial 148/85

MARCH, Joseph farmer Munno Para 1856 Memorial 358/100

MARCH, Joseph farmer Grace Plains 1865 Memorial 70/204

MARCH, Joseph the Elder farmer Section 4062 Hundred of Munno Para 1865 linked with MARCH, Joseph the Younger farmer formerly of Section 4062 Hundred of Munno Para 1853 but now of the Hundred of Grace 1865 Application 6392

MARCH, Joseph farmer formerly of the Para Plains 1854 but now of Penfield 1870 Application 10473

MARCH, Mary widow Redhill Co Daly [Mrs Joseph March the Elder nee Mary FEATHERSTONE]. Hundred of Koolunga land grant 1876 Grant Book 55 Page 182 County Stanley

MARCH, Matthew mason North Adelaide 1854 Memorial 250/76

No 1

MARCH, Matthew Henry farmer Grace Plains Hundred of Dalkey land grant 1885 Grant Book 26 Page 246 County Gawler

MARCH, Matthew Henry farmer Grace Plains Hundred of Wiltunga land grant 1888 Grant Book 15 Page 2 County Daly

No 1 – perhaps the same person FIND TEST RUN

MARCH, Samuel farmer Balaklava. Hundred of Dalkey land grant 1881 Grant Book 26 Page 232 County Gawler

MARCH, Samuel farmer Dalkey. Hundred of Dalkey land grant 1880 Grant Book 26 Page 237 County Gawler

MARCH, Samuel farmer Hundred of Lindley Co Burra 1891 Memorial 46/407

No 2

MARCH, Samuel builder Kapunda 1910[-1923] Memorial 109/463

MARCH, Samuel out of business Kapunda, aged 78 years in 1935, declared that he had lived for 72 years in the district Application 27995

MARCH, Sidney Wilson Bird foreman Pt Pirie 1926 Application 27441

MARCH, Sophia Catherine married woman Kooringa 1913 Memorial 33/469

MARCH, Thomas storekeeper Spalding 1895 Memorial 211/424

No 1 – perhaps the same person FIND CHECK

MARCH, William farmer Munno Para 1857 Memorial 219/113

MARCH, William farmer Peachey Belt 1865 Memorial 314/201

MARCH, William farmer Dalkey. Hundred of Dalkey land grant 1883 Grant Book 26 Page 242 County Gawler

No 1

MARCH, William Alfred farmer Willamulka 1891 Memorial 128/409

MARCH, William Alfred farmer Alford. Hundred of Tickera land grant 1911 Grant Book 14 Page 224 County Daly

No 1

MARCH, William Henry mail contractor Kooringa 1918 Memorial 175/477

MARCH, William Henry out of business Kooringa. His wife, Sophia Catherine March, died 22/7/1934. Parents of Frederick Charles March shop assistant Kooringa and Roy Harold March no description Memorial 47/508

MARCH, William Henry formerly mail contractor Kooringa but now out of business Burra 1945 Memorial 47/519

No 1

MARCHANT, Charles labourer Brighton 1851 Memorial 128/32 Settler Brighton 1851 Memorial 207/33

MARCHENT, Charles settler Brighton 1851[-1853] Memorial 458/36

MARCHANT, Edwin brickmaker Brompton 1897 Application 23279

No 1

MARCHANT, Eliza widow Walkerville 1856 Memorial 147/109

MARCHANT, Eliza widow Walkerville linked with William Lavington Marchant sheep farmer Mannanarie near Burra 1858 Memorial 194/148

MARCHANT, Eliza widow Walkerville linked with William Lavington Marchant farmer Burnside near Strathalbyn 1873 Memorial 80/269

MARCHANT, Henry Charles baker Pt Wakefield 1876 Memorial 160/293, Application 15389

No 1

MARCHANT, James of Athelstone 1857 Memorial 136/128

MARCHANT, James storekeeper Athelstone married Elizabeth RUSSELL 3/10/1854 MAGILL. James Marchant died 5/9/1868 intestate. His eldest son and heir at law, John Julien Marchant, born 18/9/1855 Athelstone Application 9724

MARCHANT, James storekeeper Athelstone 1864 Application 5089

MARCHANT, James Robert farmer Stansbury 1889 Memorial 190/397

No 1

MARCHANT, John Adams miller Gawler 1862 Memorial 18/185

MARCHANT, John Adams baker Balaklava 1882 Memorial 68/342

MARCHANT, John Clement stockholder Mannanarie 1949 Memorial 40/19

MARCHANT, Lavington Esquire Burnside near Strathalbyn 1879 Memorial 190/318

MARCHANT, Robert of Adelaide 1869 Memorial 181/239

MARCHANT, William sheepfarmer Mannanarie 1870 Memorial 24/270

No 1

MARCHANT, William Lavington sheep farmer Mannanarie near the Burra Burra linked with Eliza Marchant widow Walkerville 1858 Memorial 194/148

MARCHANT, William Lavington sheep farmer Adelaide 1866 Memorial 13/210

MARCHANT, William Lavington Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now of Burnside near Strathalbyn 1872 Application 12287

MARCHANT, William Lavington squatter Burnside near Strathalbyn 1873 Application 12955

MARCHANT, William Lavington Esquire Burnside near Strathalbyn 1874 Memorial 20/275

MARCHANT, William Lavington Esquire Burnside near Strathalbyn, power of attorney to James McCORD Esquire Burnside, to manage his SA business affairs 8/2/1875. WL Marchant died in Britain c1890. His British attorneys, Charles Stopford KENNY Esquire the War Office, London, and Walter CHEESMAN solicitor Hastings, Sussex, England, power of attorney to the SA executors of the will, Henry SCOTT merchant Adelaide and William Henry BUNDY one of HM Justices Adelaide, to bring all of the estate land under the provisions of the RPA 19/3/1890 Deposits 243/1878, 34/1892

MARCHANT, William Lavington Esquire formerly of Burnside near Strathalbyn but now in parts beyond the seas 1878 Memorial 68/308

MARCHANT, William Lavington sheepfarmer Strathalbyn Co Hindmarsh. Hundred of Mannanarie land grant 1879 Grant Book 13 Page 79 County Dalhousie

MARCHANT, William Lavington sheep farmer Burnside near Strathalbyn 1888 Application 21397

MARCHMENT, Charles farmer Everley 1852 Memorial 207/40

MARCHMONT, Robert labourer Adelaide 1851 Memorial 446/28

No 1

MARCHMONT, Thomas yeoman Norwood 1851 Memorial 36/34

MARCHMONT, Thomas the Younger farmer Stuart Mill near St Arnaud Vic, inherited land in Norwood from Thomas Marchmont the Elder yeoman Norwood 1881 Application 18510

No 1 - perhaps the same person

MARCUS, John and William farmers Hundred of Joanna Co Robe 1896 Memorial 89/429

MARCUS, John farmer Joanna Hundred of Joanna land grant 1900 Grant Book 50 Page 230 County Robe

MARCUS, John farmer Karte trustee Karte Hall 1926 Grant Book 12 Page 231 County Chandos

MARCUS, Martin of Yorketown 1883 Memorial 118/351

MARCUS, Walter Lindsay farmer Pinaroo. Hundred of Parilla land grant 1920 Grant Book 12 Page 99 County Chandos

No 1

MARCUS, William of Penola 1863 Memorial 268/189

MARCUS, William tailor Penola 1864 Memorial 9/200

MARCUS, William storeman Penola Hundred of Penola land grant 1866 Grant Book 31 Page 104 County Grey

MARCUS, William farmer Penola 1877[-1979] Memorial 130/303

MARCUS, William farmer Penola Hundred of Penola land grant 1884 Grant Book 31 Page 100 County Grey

No 1 FIND CHECK ENROLMENT

MARDON, George Brock confectioner Adelaide 1850 Enrolment/

MARDON, George Brock baker Adelaide 1852 Memorial 463/43

MARDON, George Brock of Wallaroo 1868 Memorial 201/227

MARDON, George Brock baker Wallaroo. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1873[-1874] Grant Book 14 Page 80 County Daly

MARDON, George Brock baker North Adelaide, died 26/11/1885. His widow, Elizabeth Mardon, lived at Pt Wakefield by 1888[-1906], perhaps with Edward Thomas Mardon carpenter Pt Wakefield Memorials 33-34/455

MARDON, William clerk Kadina 1883 Memorial 53/352

MARETT, Charles Edward of The Grange and Louise Marett his wife 1889 Memorial 60/396

MARETT, Daniel shipwright Pt Adelaide 1859 but then probably of Wilcannia NSW 1883 Application 19978

MARGETSON, John Frederick schoolmaster Hindmarsh Island 1861 Memorial 328/174

MARGETTS, Cornelius gardener Parkside 1875 Application 14659

MARGETTS, Henry Richard of Adelaide 1847[-1851] Memorials 247/8 & 57/11

MARGETTS, Henry Stephen bank manager Kooringa 1878[-1879] Memorial 70/305

No 1

MARGGRAF, Johann Friedrich silversmith Adelaide 1853[-1854] Memorial 389/59

MARGGRAF, Johann Friedrich Esquire Norwood 1859 Memorial 223/155

MARGGRAF, Johann Friedrich silversmith formerly of Hackney Road but now of Norwood 1860 Memorial 13/167

MARGGRAF, Johann Friedrich gentleman Norwood and Henriette Marggraf his wife 1888 Application 21483

MARGGRAF, Marie spinster Norwood 1877 Application 15933

MARGRIE, Tom oil manufacturer Cygnet River Kangaroo Island. Hundred of Menzies land grant 1897 Grant Book 11 Page 60 County Carnarvon

MARGRIE, William of Pt Adelaide 1855 Memorial 414/82

MARIN, Patrick farmer Upper Wakefield 1854 Memorial 374/74

MARINOVICH, Samuel hotelkeeper Adelaide (Crown Inn corner of Currie St and Rosina St) 1907 Memorial 61/457

MARION, Charles labourer Millicent Hundred of Mt Muirhead land grant 1900 Grant Book 31 Page 208 County Grey

MARISSON, Josiah clerk Brompton, died 21/1/1874, from debility, aged 67. He left his entire estate to Josephine Mary Bridget RUNDLE wife of Elisha Rundle Application 15962

MARJORAM, George carpenter Alberton 1865[-1887] Memorial 102/208

No 1

MARJORAM, Richard gunsmith Adelaide 1854[-1859] Memorial 52/73, Application 1892

MARJORAM, Richard gunmaker Reedbeds 1859 Memorial 75/157

MARJORAM, Richard gunmaker The Reedbeds 1859 Application 428

MARJORAM, Richard gunmaker Lockleys in the Reedbeds 1874 Memorial 137/273

MARJORAM, Richard gentleman formerly of Lake Plains but now of Walkerville 1888 Memorial 221/390

MARJORAM, Richard gunmaker formerly of Lockleys but then of Walkerville, died 20/5/1897. Estate worth £450. Husband of Ellen Marjoram formerly Ellen SMITH widow Memorial 225/431

MARJORAM, Ellen widow Stephen Tce, Walkerville, died 28/10/1914 Escourt House, Grange. Mother of William James SMITH farmer Lake Plains and grandmother of William Bacon Smith MCLEAN railway employe Stephen Tce, Walkerville. Mrs Marjoram requested to be buried in the Milang cemetery. By 1934, WBS McLean had moved to Nailsworth Memorials 44 & 97/508

No 1

MARJORAM, William carpenter Rosewater 1873 Application 12924

MARJORAM, William carpenter Rosewater 1874[-1876] Memorial 114/273

MARJORAM, William carpenter formerly of Rosewater 1874 but now of Pt Adelaide 1876 William Frederick Marjoram carpenter Pt Adelaide also mentioned - are they the same people? Application 15304.

MARJORAM, William Frederick carpenter Rosewater 1876 Application 14876

MARKER, Hans Christian carrier Richmond 1913 Application 26162

No 1

MARKER, Henry of Macclesfield 1850 Memorial 111/96

MARKER, Johann Heinrich carpenter Macclesfield 1854[-1856] Memorial 395/77, Application 5369

MARKEY, Edward John innkeeper Parkside 1881 Memorial 214/334

MARKEY, James mason Adelaide 1855 Memorial 41/92

No 1

MARKEY, Thomas mason Waterloo Hundred of Terowie land grant 1879 Grant Book 40 Page 10 County Kimberley

MARKEY, Thomas farmer Terowie Hundred of Terowie land grant 1879 Grant Book 40 Page 8 County Kimberley

MARKEY, William Henry grazier Peterborough. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1951 Grant Book 13 Page 243 County Dalhousie

MARKHAM, Edward farmer Hundred of Arkaba Co Hanson 1884 Memorial 234/357

No 1

MARKHAM, John farmer Chingford 1866 Memorial 224/218

MARKHAM, John farmer The Gilbert Hundred of Saddleworth land grant 1859 Grant Book 44 Page 346 County Light

MARKHAM, John farmer Saddleworth Hundred of Kilkerran land grant 1878 Grant Book 19 Page 165 County Fergusson

MARKHAM, Patrick hotelkeeper Adelaide (The Shamrock Currie St) 1867 Memorial 156/222

No 1

MARKHAM, William doctor of medicine Pt Augusta Hundred of Davenport land grant 1879 Grant Book 24 Page 652 County Frome

MARKHAM, William of Pt Augusta 1885 Memorial 249/363

MARKS, Alexander Thomas farmer Penola 1942 Application 28308

MARKS, Barnard had mining interests in North Kapunda 1858 Memorial 283/140

MARKS, Carl Adolph farmer Truro 1882 Memorial 119/339

MARKS, Charles Percy the Younger dairy farmer Mt Gambier, aged 65 in 1956, a son of Charles Marks the Elder mason Mt Gambier. CP Marks declared that he had lived in the district for 54 years Application 28499

MARKS, Fanny wife of Edward Marks gentleman Melbourne Vic, power of attorney to FW BULLOCK and James Viner SMITH land agents Adelaide, to manage her SA real estate 9/3/1888 Deposit 24/1888

No 1

MARKS, Henry miner Allen Creek near Kapunda 1852[-1853] Memorial 62/46 Farmer Allen Creek 1854[-1860] Memorial 425/70

No 2

MARKS, Henry a minor Adelaide Hundred of Waterloo land grant 1858 Grant Book 44 Page 379 County Light

MARKS, Henry a minor of eight years old under the guardianship of Morris Lyon Marks of Nelson New Zealand 1865 Memorial 104/237

MARKS, Henry commercial traveller formerly of Adelaide but now of Melbourne Vic 1878 Memorial 140/309

No 3

MARKS, Henry miner Palmer 1869 Memorial 13/244

MARKS, Joseph general dealer Adelaide (Hindley St) 1854 Memorial 233/66

MARKS, Lyon Morris of Pt Adelaide 1851 Memorial 319/34

No 1

MARKS, Morris and Solomon merchants Adelaide, trading under the name of Messrs Marks 1850 Memorial 424/31

MARKS, Morris and Solomon Lyon Marks drapers Adelaide 1850 Grant Book 0 Page 5 County Unnamed

MARKS, Morris merchant Adelaide 1851[-1853] Memorial 256/34

MARKS, Morris draper Adelaide 1855 Memorial 334/81

No 1

MARKS, Morris Lyon of Nelson, New Zealand guardian of Henry Marks a minor of the age of 8 years and Elizabeth Marks a minor of the age of 10 years. Linked with Lionel Marks merchant Picton 1869 Memorials 104 & 105/237

MARKS, Morris Lyon merchant Wellington New Zealand, power of attorney to Isaac SOLOMON merchant Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 21/2/1871 Deposit 72/1871

MARKS, Richard yeoman formerly of Adelaide 1884 Memorial 33/362

No 1

MARKS, Solomon Lyon draper Adelaide (Hindley St) 1852[-1853] Memorial 298/44

MARKS, Solomon Lyon draper [formerly of Adelaide now of] Melbourne Vic 1853 . His brother, Morris Marks merchant Adelaide was his local attorney Memorial 457/62

MARKS, Solomon Lyon draper Adelaide 1854 Memorial 457/63

MARKS, Theodor agent Kent Town 1907 Application 25332

No 1 – the Elder

MARKS, Thomas labourer Penola 1864[-1867] Memorial 318/192

No 2 – the Younger

MARKS, Thomas the Younger labourer Monbulla Hundred of Monbulla land grant 1898 Grant Book 31 Page 66 County Grey

No 1

MARKWICK, Alfred labourer Brompton 1852 Memorial 63/41

MARKWICK, Alfred farmer Fourth Creek near Adelaide 1853 Memorial 127/48

MARKWICK, Alfred farmer Newton 1879 Memorial 10/319

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

MARLES, John farmer Mitcham 1851 Memorial 334/33

MARLES, John water carrier Adelaide (Sturt St) 1855[-1860] Memorial 364/83

MARLES, John farmer Adelaide 1857 Memorial 14/122

MARLES, John water carrier Adelaide linked with Richard Marles farmer formerly of Adelaide but now of Rapid Bay 1862 Memorial 207/182

MARLES, John carrier Adelaide 1864 Memorial 151/199

MARLES, John the Elder farmer Hilton 1895 had lived in the area since c1867 Application 23047

MARLES, John the Younger District Council Clerk Hilton 1883 Application 19785

No 1

MARLES, Richard farmer Rapid Bay 1866 Application 7510

MARLES, Richard farmer Rapid Bay Hundred of Melville land grant 1876 Grant Book 19 Page 77 County Fergusson

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

MARLEY, John of Echunga 1851 Memorial 368/38

MARLEY, John farmer Echunga 1853 Hundred of Alexandrina land grant Memorial 252/50 Farmer The Finniss 1853 Memorial 407/52

MARLEY, John farmer Lower Finniss 1856 Memorial 53/108

MARLEY, John farmer Maitland 1886 Memorial 172/377

MARLEY, John formerly of Echunga 1851 but now of Maitland York Peninsula 1884 Application 20331

MARLEY, John the Elder farmer formerly of Echunga, now of Lower Finniss, died 21/1/1863 intestate. Letters of administration to his wife, Joanna Marley, to finalise the estate, which was worth £200. His heir at law, John Marley the Younger, born 18/9/1862 his parents' home Pt Martin, Lower Finniss, was a farmer at Maitland by 1893. John Marley the Elder 31 farmer Lower Finniss (Father: Josiah Marley), had married Joanna nee BREEN 21 spinster Lower Finniss (Father: Thomas Breen) on 28/10/1857 John Marley's home, Lower Finniss. Minister: Rev'd John ANDERSON . Witnesses: Richard MARTIN wheelwright Pt Martin and Jonathan WINSPEAR farmer Finniss River. After John Marley the Elder died, his widow, Joanna Marley, remarried to Josiah LLOYD, who was a Maitland farmer by 1893 Application 22435

MARLOW, CR JP storekeeper Minlaton 1907 Memorial 228/456

No 1

MARLOW, Frank clerk to Fred AYERS solicitor Adelaide 1886 Memorial 79/461

MARLOW, F clerk to Messrs AYERS, AYERS and GALL solicitors Adelaide 1890 Memorial 24/402

MARLOW, F clerk to Messrs GALL & ISBISTER solicitors Adelaide 1906 Memorial 8/456

MARLOW, F of 16 Waymouth St, Adelaide 1907 Memorial 85/458

MARLOW, F clerk to Messrs ISBISTER, HAYWARD & MAGAREY solicitors Adelaide 1917 Memorial 153/475

MARLOW, F accountant Adelaide 1918 Memorial 160/477

MARLOW, H clerk to Messrs AYERS, AYERS & GALL solicitors Adelaide 1891 Memorial 141/410

MARLOW, Herbert Augustus tailor Adelaide 1901 Memorial 203/444

No 1

MARLOW, James labourer St John Wood 1855[-1857] Memorial 461/82

No 2

MARLOW, James teamster the Dirty Light Hundred of Waterloo land grant 1859 Grant Book 44 Page 356 County Light

MARLOW, John labourer Bridgewater Le Fevre Peninsula 1882 Application 19536

MARLOW, John Samuel waterman Le Fevre Peninsula 1856 Memorial 149/97

MARLOW, Thomas of Belvidere Hundred of Gilbert Churchwarden of St Philip's Marrabel 1910 Memorial 215/462

MARNER, William labourer New Melrose 1860[-1862] Memorial 31/166

MARNEY, Thomas mason Copperhouse near Kooringa 1908 Memorial 52/460

MARONY, Alfred and John Thomas farmers Hundred of Ninnes 1910 Memorial 11/464

No 1

MARONY, John farmer Wakefield River 1862 Application 3092

MARONY, John farmer Hundred of Ninnes 1888 Memorial 77/390

MARONY, Thomas farmer Auburn 1866 Memorial 70/211

MAROSKE, Christian Friedrich farmer Third Creek 1851 Memorial 331/33

No 1

MAROSKE, George farmer Mt Gambier Hundred of Mt Muirhead land grant 1877 Grant Book 31 Page 194 County Grey

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

MAROSKE, George linked with Section 45 Hundred of Rivoli Bay Co Grey 1886 Memorial 56/381

MARQUIS, James gentleman Bramfield Elliston (Hundred of Ward) township allotment land grant 1879 Grant Book 48 Page 39 County Musgrave

No 1

MARQUIS, Robert Dixon carpenter Walkerville 1869 Memorial 169/236

MARQUIS, Robert Dixon carpenter formerly of Walkerville but now of Saddleworth 1871 Memorial 194/250

MARQUIS, Robert Dixon carpenter Pt Adelaide 1871 Memorial 120/477

MARQUIS, Robert Dixon carpenter formerly of Walkerville 1869 now of Pt Adelaide 1873 Application 13029

MARQUIS, Robert Dixon shipwright Pt Adelaide 1880 Memorial 109/324

MARQUIS, Robert Dixon shipwright formerly of Pt Adelaide but now of Brisbane Qld 1886 Application 21019

No 1

MARR, John Clark farmer Pt Noarlunga 1913[-1948] Memorial 53/470, Application 27027

MARR, John Clark farmer Pt Noarlunga 1936. He was a son-in-law of Joseph BOOTHEY labourer Noarlunga Application 28014

MARR, TF dairyman Magill 1886 Application 20853

MARRA, Frederick farmer Langhorne Creek, died 27/10/1933. Husband of Flora Linda Marra Memorial 59/507

MARRA, Martin labourer Macclesfield 1921 Memorial 90/484

No 1

MARRA, Michael policeman Adelaide 1840 Application 6704

MARRA, Michael yeoman Islington 1845 Memorial 260/5

No 1

MARRA, Thomas labourer Belvidere Hundred of Bremer and Sarah Marra his wife 1898 Memorial 83/435

MARRA, Thomas labourer Belvidere Hundred of Bremer linked with Alfred Marra railway employe Tarranginnie Vic 1950 Memorial 97/525

MARRA, Sarah widow Belvidere Hundred of Bremer relict of the late Thomas Marra formerly labourer Belvidere but now deceased 1920 Memorial 145/481

No 1

MARRABEL, John butcher Hindmarsh 1850 Memorial 217/25

MARRABEL, John butcher formerly of Hindmarsh but now of Adelaide 1853 Memorial 105/54

MARRABEL, John butcher Adelaide 1855[-1857] Memorial 155/93

MARRABEL, John butcher Adelaide (Rundle St) 1858[- 1861] Memorial 271/148

MARRABEL, John butcher Adelaide 1859 Application 323

MARRABEL, John sheep farmer Adelaide 1865 Memorial 222/202

MARRABEL, John the Elder sheep farmer formerly of Adelaide but now of Streaky Bay. John Marrabel the Younger mentioned but not described 1867 Memorial 63/224

MARRABEL, John butcher formerly of Adelaide (Rundle St) but then of Mt Gambier, died 24/8/1873. Husband of Mary Marrabel Memorial 231/277

MARRABEL, Mary widow Mt Gambier linked with John Edward Marrabel butcher Mt Gambier and Emily EDWARDS nee Marrabel wife of Arthur Edwards butcher Glen Osmond 1874 Memorial 219/274

No 1

MARRABEL, John Edward butcher Adelaide 1857 Memorial 4/131

MARRABEL, John Edward sheep farmer Streaky Bay 1868 Memorial 106/233

MARRABEL, John Edward sheep farmer Streaky Bay, power of attorney to Luke Michael CULLEN and William Rodolph WIGLEY solicitors Adelaide, to manage the sale of Sections 2801 and 2803, Hundred of Saddleworth, on which is built the Saddleworth Hotel (£1,200) to James WHITE land agent Allen Creek near Kapunda; also a 21 year lease of part Town Acre 46 in Rundle St, to Thomas BALLANTYNE butcher Rundle St, who has sub-let part to Mr HILL wools dealer. T Ballantyne has undertaken to rent the land for £5 a week for the 1st 3 months; then £9 a week for the remainder of the term. He has also undertaken to erect premises worth £1,050, according to plans which Daniel GARLICK has drawn up 11/7/1868 Deposit 1467/1868

MARRABEL, John Edward butcher Mt Gambier died late 1860s-early 1870s. Husband of Mary Marrabel. Their daughter, Emily Marrabel, married Arthur EDWARDS butcher Glen Osmond Application 15830

MARRAL, Adolphe Emile gentleman Adelaide 1880 Application 18056

MARRETT, Edwin John salesman Prospect Co Adelaide. Hundred of Pinnaroo land grant 1908 Grant Book 12 Page 44 County Chandos

No 1 - likely to be the same person

MARRETT, John labourer Adelaide 1842 Memorial 379/54

MARRETT, John farmer Dry Creek. Hundred of Yatala land grant 1850 Grant Book 1 Page 61 County Adelaide

MARRETT, John [formerly labourer Adelaide but now] farmer Dry Creek 1851[-1853] Memorial 325/30

MARRETT, John and William farmers Dry Creek 1854[-1855] Memorial 165/73

MARRETT, John and William farmers Dry Creek 1856 Memorial 78/100

MARRETT, John farmer Dry Creek 1875 Application 14145

MARRETT, Martha widow Modbury, and MARRETT, Joseph farmer Modbury, as executors and trustees under the will of the late John Marrett farmer Dry Creek [Upper Dry Creek = Modbury?] 1892. Underage children in the Marrett family included Robert Challoner Marrett, Hedley Cecil Marrett, and Florence Alice Marrett Application 22400

No 2

MARRETT, John farmer Angas Park 1847 Memorial 2/17

No 1

MARRETT, Samuel farmer Modbury and Emily Marrett his wife 1890[-1900] Memorial 118/402

MARRETT, Samuel farmer Gilles Plains and Emily Marrett his wife 1904 Memorial 105/450

No 1

MARRETT, William farmer Upper Dry Creek 1867 Memorial 14/230

MARRETT, William farmer Dry Creek 1875 Application 14146

MARRETT, William farmer Dry Creek, died 6/2/1890 intestate. Husband of Catherine Theresa Marrett (died 14/10/1914). The 13 children - Maud Mary Marrett (died 22/3/1910 intestate and a spinster), John Marrett, James Marrett (of Perth WA), Eliza SECKER, Catherine Marrett, Margaret HARRIS, Annie KENNEDY, William Smyth Marrett, Philip Thomas Marrett, Florence Ellen Marrett, Lucy Martha Marrett, Arthur Samuel Marrett (warehouseman Walkerville), and Edward George Marrett 1924 Application 27264

No 1

MARRETT, William farmer Pt Pirie 1882 Memorial 159/340

No 1

MARRIE, Charles cabinetmaker Adelaide 1846[-1853] Memorial 490/6

MARRIE, Charles retired storekeeper formerly of the corner of Wright St and West Tce, Adelaide, but now of 10 Hilgrove Lane, St Helier Jersey CI, power of attorney to John BULLOCK agent Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 10/3/1865. By 1/2/1877, C Marrie had moved to 16 Pomona Road, St Helier. J Bullock was still his agent Deposits 243/1865 & 74/1877

MARRIE, William Thomas Charles postmaster Mt Gambier 1870[-1875] Memorial 180/244

MARRIOTT, Ambrose William farmer Redhill Redhill township allotment land grant 1877 Grant Book 14 Page 498 County Daly

No 1

MARRIOTT, Benjamin farmer Nairne 1860 Memorial 12/168

MARRIOTT, Benjamin gardener Byethorne near Nairne. His wife called Ann Marriott. Children; son Abel Marriott of Kapunda, and daughter Hannah Marriott 1870 Memorial 223/295

MARRIOTT, Henry Thomas surgeon Salisbury 1871 Memorial 97/255

MARRIOTT, James general dealer Thebarton 1852[-1854] Memorial 196/41

No 1

MARRIOTT, Jonathan farmer Section 688 Hundred of Noarlunga 1853 Memorial 73/55

MARRIOTT, Jonathan farmer Clarendon 1854[-1860] Memorial 189/73, Application 1693

MARRIOTT, Jonathan gardener Clarendon. Clarendon Baptist Chapel trustee 1875 Memorial 91/283

MARRIOTT, LHM law clerk Adelaide 1921[-1923] Memorial 95/483

MARRIOTT, Matthew labourer now or formerly of the Onkaparinga District 1855 Memorial 64/89

MARRIOTT, Oliver farmer Section 172 Hundred of Nuriootpa 1858 Memorial 114/140

MARRIOTT, Thomas labourer Marryatville 1855 Memorial 344/131

No 1

MARRIOTT, William farmer Nairne 1850[-1855] Memorial 417/26

MARRIOTT, William of Nairne 1860, as a purchaser of land in the Smillie Estate Application 1538

MARRIOTT, William gardener Nairne 1866 Application 8051

MARRIOTT, Mr gardener Byethorn near Nairne 1885 Application 20437

MARRON, Augustine James wheat agent Halbury linked with M Marron storekeeper Halbury 1935 Memorial 121/508

No 1 - likely to be the same person

MARRON, James farmer Auburn Hundred of Upper Wakefield land grant 1858 Grant Book 56 Page 120 County Stanley

MARRON, James farmer near Auburn 1872 Memorial 52/258

MARRON, James farmer Pekina 1880 Memorial 219/322

No 2 - possibly the same person

MARRON, James farmer Riverton Co Light. Hundred of Pekina land grant 1882 Grant Book 13 Page 167 County Dalhousie

MARRON, James butcher Morchard trustee Morchard Institute 1891 Grant Book 13 Page 250 County Dalhousie

MARRON, John police constable Adelaide 1866 Memorial 103/220

MARRON, Michael farmer near Riverton 1866[-1868] Memorial 97/210

MARRON, Nicholas farmer Cradock 1881 Memorial 180/337

MARRON, Patrick farmer Auburn 1886[-1887] Memorial 190/376

MARRYAT, C Howard of Pt Lincoln 1899 Memorial 29/437

No 1

MARRYAT, Charles Clerk in Holy Orders North Adelaide, about to heave the province for a time, power of attorney to Grace Montgomery MARRYAT, to manage his SA business affairs 19/3/1880 Deposit 129/1880

No 2

MARRYAT, Charles architect Adelaide 1896 Application 23261

MARS, Frederick Joseph engineer Broken Hill NSW 1945 Memorial 2/519

No 1 - perhaps the same person

MARSCHALL, Christian farmer formerly of Peters Hill but now of Hamilton [on the Light] 1870 Application 10908

MARSCHALL, Christian the Elder farmer Peters Hill 1871 Application 11224

MARSCHALL, Friedrich farmer Sedan Hundred of Angas land grant 1880 Grant Book 58 Page 181 County Sturt

No 1

MARSCHALL, Friedrich Wilhelm shearer Peters Hill near Riverton 1942 Memorial 157/516

MARSCHALL, Friedrich Wilhelm shearer formerly of Peters Hill near Riverton linked with Maurice Harold Marschall farmhand Kapunda 1950 Memorial 95/529

MARSCHALL, Wilhelm William farmer near Sedan Hundred of Angas land grant 1880 Grant Book 58 Page 181 County Sturt

MARSCHNER, Friedrich Wilhelm merchant Adelaide (Arcade Lane off Grenfell St) changed his name to Frederick William MARSHALL 1921 Memorial 101/483

MARSCHNER, Johann Christian cooper Hahndorf 1866 Application 7806

MARSDEN, Charles railway servant Bowden 1875[-1888] Memorial 16/286, Application 21442

MARSDEN, John licensed victualler Gawler 1850 Memorial 186/23

No 1

MARSDEN, Samuel baker Commercial Road, Alberton 1848 Memorial 338/10

MARSDEN, Samuel publican Albert Hotel Alberton 1852 Memorial 163/39

MARSDEN, Samuel baker Alberton 1852[-1853] Memorial 270/44

MARSDEN, Martha widow licensed victualler Alberton 1854 Memorial 262/71

MARSDEN, Samuel William of Alberton 1851 Memorial 93/37

MARSDEN, W Cecil JP medical practitioner Kingston S-E 1936 Memorial 194/509

MARSH, Charles barman Wheatsheaf Inn Allen Creek 1865 Application 6185

No 1

MARSH, Charles William farmer Waterloo Bay 1881 Application 18527

No 2

MARSH, Charles William geologist Adelaide 1884 Linked with William Hammond Marsh deceased Application 20133

No 1

MARSH, Francis labourer Beverley 1851 Memorial 353/37

MARSH, Francis brickmaker Beverley on the Port Road 1853[-1854] Memorial 197/47

MARSH, Francis carter Beverley. Beverley Primitive Methodist Chapel trustee 1866 Memorial 240/217

No 1

MARSH, Henry Rolfe master mariner Pt Adelaide 1853 Memorial 430/56

MARSH, Henry Rolf master mariner Queenstown 1865[-1866] Memorial 19/206

MARSH, Henry Rolfe master mariner formerly of Pt Adelaide 1853 but now of the Northern Territory 1875 Application 14441

No 1

MARSH, John farmer Point Sturt 1857 The Church of Christian Disciples member Memorial 225/125

No 2

MARSH, John farmer The Meadows 1860 Application 1429

No 3

MARSH, John plasterer Kapunda 1864[-1866] Memorial 313/197

No 4

MARSH, John blacksmith 6th St, Bowden 1902 Application 24481

MARSH, Joseph farmer Peachey Belt 1880 Memorial 154/324

No 1

MARSH, Robert farmer Mt Barker 1850 Memorial 85/23

No 2

MARSH, Robert teacher Evandale North Rhine 1877 Memorial 19/303

No 3

MARSH, Robert Local Court Bailiff Gawler 1890 Application 21841

No 1

MARSH, Samuel farmer Willamulka 1910 Application 25818

No 2

MARSH, Samuel builder Kapunda 1920 Application 26860

MARSH, Samuel Alexander blacksmith 6th St, Bowden 1902 Application 24481

No 1

MARSH, Thomas stockholder Adelaide 1847[-1848] Memorial 131/8

No 2

MARSH, Thomas brickmaker Beverley 1881 Application 18426

MARSH, Walter moulder York 1912 Application 26135

No 1

MARSH, William carpenter Adelaide (Hindley St) 1848[-1855] Memorial 401/12

No 2

MARSH, William farmer Charleston 1858 Memorial 244/141

No 3

MARSH, William licensed victualler Modbury and Margaret Marsh his wife. 9/2/1905 Mrs Marsh stated: She was formerly Margaret ENRIGHT wife of Michael Enright contractor Pt Lincoln. Her mother Mary Allan widow deceased of Happy Valley near Pt Lincoln formerly wife of David ALLAN labourer Pt Lincoln, used to own the land. She bought the lot in 1858, fenced it in, and erected a cottage of five rooms, planted a garden, and lived there until she died 26/11/1894. Mrs Marsh lived with her mother until Mrs Allan’s death, and then remained in Pt Lincoln until she came to Adelaide in February 1903. Her mother left her the property in her will. George Doward auctioneer Pt Lincoln was Mrs Marsh’s agent for leasing out the property Application 24908

No 1

MARSH, William Hammond farmer Redbanks Light River 1859 Memorial 136/159

MARSH, William Hammond farmer Grace Plains near Mallala 1865 Memorial 305/205

MARSH, William Hammond of Grace Plains, died 1879. He left allotments in Charleston to his wife, Hannah Marsh. The rest of the real estate to be divided equally between his wife and his son, Charles William Marsh Memorial 120/318

MARSH, William Hammond farmer Grace Plains, died 1879. His wife called Hannah Marsh. His son called Charles William Marsh Memorial 42/331

MARSH, William Henry licensed victualler McLaren Vale 1857 Memorial 338/127

MARSHALL, Albert Frederick farmer Lameroo. Hundred of Bews land grant 1911 Grant Book 12 Page 8 County Chandos

No 1

MARSHALL, Alexander butcher Moonta. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1877 Grant Book 14 Page 63 County Daly

No 1

MARSHALL, Alexander labourer Stirling East 1886 Memorial 28/378

MARSHALL, Alfred Simmonds retired Clerk in the SA Attorney-General's Office formerly of Adelaide but then of 7 Beaulieu Rd, Bournemouth, Hants, England, died 16/6/1908 of angina pectoris (2 years 3 months), aged 66. Husband of Louisa YOUNGHUSBAND daughter of William Younghusband merchant Adelaide deceased. Their son, Gilbert Henry Firebrace Marshall clerk War Office retired 14 Victoria Park Rd East, Cardiff, Wales, died 12/5/1936, of senile myocardial degeneration, aged 68. Louisa Marshall's first husband was Dominick Gore DALY son of Governor Daly. He died 10/12/1871. Mrs Daly/Marshall inherited an income for life under the will of her father. After her death, her son inherited the money absolutely Application 28044

MARSHALL, Alfred Witter music seller Adelaide 1882 Application 19178

MARSHALL, Andrew of Inman Valley 1851 Memorial 50/30

MARSHALL, Angus farmer Hundred of Reynolds trustee unnamed School Hundred of Andrews Hundred of Andrews land grant 1875 Grant Book 56 Page 310 County Stanley

MARSHALL, Charles farmer Stanley Flat near Clare 1860. He could not write Application 1858

MARSHALL, David gentleman 87 Port St, Stirling, Co Stirling, Scotland, power of attorney to Josiah Henry SYMON, John Warren BAKEWELL and William SYMON solicitors Adelaide, to invest his money and handle his SA business affairs 22/1/1885 Deposit 33/1885

MARSHALL, Dinah spinster Penola 1886 Memorial 35/377

MARSHALL, Edmund butcher Unley 1859 Memorial 78/156

No 1 - perhaps the same person

MARSHALL, Edward clerk to GM STEPHEN Esquire Adelaide 1849 Memorial 470/15

MARSHALL, Edward agent Adelaide 1849 Memorial 100/18

MARSHALL, Edward George railway contractor Frances trustee Institute Frances Frances (Hundred of Binnum) township allotment land grant 1894 Grant Book 46 Page 35 County MacDonnell

MARSHALL, Edwin Arthur wheat agent Pt Pirie linked with John Marshall farmer Merriton WA 1909 Memorial 15/462

MARSHALL, Emma Lovell wife of the Rev’d Henry James Marshall Clerk in Holy Orders Bettus, Co Montgomery, Wales and SEALY, Mary Elizabeth spinster Bridgwater, Somerset, England, inherited SA land under the will of their father, the Rev’d Lovell Sealy Clerk in Holy Orders Bridgwater, Somerset. The trustees sold the SA real estate, because the assets in Britain were ample to provide the various annuities laid down in the will 1882 Application 19455

No 1

MARSHALL, George storekeeper Beautiful Valley trustee Cemetery Hundred of Gregory land grant 1878 Grant Book 23 Page 27 County Frome

MARSHALL, George storekeeper Wilmington trustee Institute Wilmington Hundred of Willochra land grant 1880 Grant Book 24 Page 541 County Frome

MARSHALL, George JP storekeeper Wilmington 1884 Memorial 200/357

MARSHALL, George JP storekeeper Carrieton 1886 Memorial 92/377

No 2

MARSHALL, George inspector of works Adelaide Franklyn (Hundred of Wonna) township allotment land grant 1881 Grant Book 40 Page 102 County Kimberley

MARSHALL, George Bassington accountant Blyth St, Parkside. His wife, Ethel May Marshall, died 17/3/1941 Wakefield St Private Hospital. Sister of Stella Mary BESLEY widow Blyth St, Parkside Memorial 25/524

No 1

MARSHALL, George William Frederick gentleman Moonta Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1891 Grant Book 14 Page 424 County Daly

MARSHALL, George William Frederick bank manager Moonta about to marry Winifred Agnes LUXMOORE spinster Brighton. Associated with Benjamin Luxmoore accountant Adelaide and John Henry Luxmoore agent Brighton 1897 Memorial 48/431

No 1

MARSHALL, Henry formerly of Adelaide but now general commission agent Hobart Tas 1885 Memorial 1/375

MARSHALL, Henry general commission agent Hobart, formerly of Adelaide, power of attorney to Alexander WALKER General Secretary of the Young Men’s Christian Association of Adelaide Inc, to manage his SA business affairs 19/8/1885 Deposit 42/1886

MARSHALL, Hercules Charles farmer Hopefield Brawlin NSW. Hundred of Bews land grant 1908 Grant Book 12 Page 3 County Chandos

MARSHALL, HJ shipping clerk Pt Adelaide 1912 Memorial 11/468

No 1

MARSHALL, James labourer Unley 1856[-1874] Memorial 280/96

No 1

MARSHALL, James mariner Adelaide 1838 Application 485.

MARSHALL, James [formerly mariner Adelaide but now] settler Auckland New Zealand 1857 Hindmarsh allotment sale Memorial 11/116

No 1

MARSHALL, James farmer Barossa 1855 Memorial 54/130

No 2

MARSHALL, James blacksmith Templers Hundred of Koolunga land grant 1875 Grant Book 55 Page 181 County Stanley

No 3

MARSHALL, James of the Hundred of Pekina. William Marshall mentioned but not described 1890 Memorial 53/402

MARSHALL, James farmer Pekina 1891 Memorial 228/407

MARSHALL, James farmer Pekina. Hundred of Pekina land grat 1893 Grant Book 13 Page 171 County Dalhousie

No 4

MARSHALL, James merchant Adelaide (Rundle St) 1907 Memorial 135/456

MARSHALL, James gentleman Adelaide 1912 Memorial 240/465

MARSHALL, James merchant Victoria Ave, Unley Park, died 10/3/1925, of gastric intestinal atomy mal-assimilation and inanition syncope, aged 81. Born Falkirk, Scotland. In SA 60 years. Remarried aged 72. 2 sons; 4 daughters living; 2 daughters deceased 1927 Application 27549

No 5

MARSHALL, James draper Payneham. Payneham Cottage Homes trustee 1893 Memorial 45/417

MARSHALL, James Knox labourer Willochra Hundred of Willochra land grant 1882 Grant Book 24 Page 547 County Frome

MARSHALL, James Waddell draper and warehouseman Adelaide, about to leave the province for some considerable time, power of attorney to William TAYLOR draper and furniture warehouseman Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 25/1/1882 Deposit 19/1887

No 1

MARSHALL, Jane Elizabeth Myles spinster Hectorville, near Adelaide, about to live out of the province for some considerable time, power of attorney to Edwin Arthur BEARE solicitor Wallaroo, to manage her SA business affairs 26/7/1899 Deposit 99/1900

MARSHALL, Jane Elizabeth Myles spinster Hectorville 1900 Memorial 190/441

MARSHALL, JM storekeeper Milang 1877 Memorial 130/301

No 1 - probably the same person

MARSHALL, John storekeeper Kensington 1843[-1849] Memorial 480/2

MARSHALL, John farmer Kensington 1849 Memorial 225/19

MARSHALL, John yeoman Kensington 1866 Memorial 106/209

MARSHALL, John storekeeper Kensington, died 3/12/1877 Adelaide Destitute Asylum, cardiac disease, aged 80. His wife, Emma Marshall, died Kensington 3/2/1868 old age, aged 79 Application 16521

No 2

MARSHALL, John farmer Yankalilla 1853[-1860] Memorial 472/55

MARSHALL, John farmer Yankalilla 1860 Application 1708

MARSHALL, John farmer formerly of Yankalilla but now of Booleroo Centre, became a bankrupt in 1879 Memorial 201/318

MARSHALL, John farmer formerly of Bald Hills near Yankalilla but now of near Melrose 1883 Memorial 147/381

No 3

MARSHALL, John licensed victualler North Road 1856 Memorial 125/112

No 4

MARSHALL, John farmer McLaren Vale 1855 Memorial 403/83

No 5

MARSHALL, John labourer Willunga 1857 Memorial 47/116

No 6

MARSHALL, John farmer Crystal Brook. Trustee Wesleyan Methodist Church Crystal Brook Crystal Brook (Hundred of Crystal Brook) township allotment land grant 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 433 County Victoria

MARSHALL, John farmer Crystal Brook. Trustee unnamed Chapel Hundred of Wandearah Hundred of Wandearah land grant 1879 Grant Book 60 Page 325 County Victoria

MARSHALL, John of Crystal Brook. Trustee unnamed Church Hundred of Wandearah Hundred of Wandearah land grant 1895 Grant Book 60 Page 329 County Victoria

MARSHALL, John farmer Merriton 1908 Memorial 29/459

MARSHALL, Johnnie farmer Lameroo. Hundred of Bews land grant 1911 Grant Book 12 Page 9 County Chandos

No 1

MARSHALL, John Ham leather seller Adelaide Thebarton Wesleyan Chapel trustee 1853 Memorial 154/47

MARSHALL, John Ham leather seller Adelaide and Elizabeth Anne Marshall his wife 1863 Memorial 237/191

MARSHALL, John Ham leather seller Adelaide, died 14/11/1863, leaving his widow, Elizabeth Ann Marshall, with estate in trust Memorial 15/205

No 1

MARSHALL, Joseph cabinetmaker Adelaide (Hindley St) 1851[-1852] Memorial 392/35

MARSHALL, Joseph cabinetmaker Adelaide, about to depart the province, power of attorney to Luke Michael CULLEN solicitor Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs and sell his real estate 4/2/1852 Deposit 230/OA

No 2 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

MARSHALL, Joseph farmer Willunga 1854. He moved to probably Section 370 Hundred of Encounter Bay but kept his interest in the Willunga land until 1865 Memorials 62/65 & 284/204

MARSHALL, Joseph farmer Yankalilla 1865 Application 5910

MARSHALL, Joseph the Younger of Inman Valley son of Joseph Marshall the Elder no description 1891 Memorial 243/411

MARSHALL, Joseph farmer Inman Valley Hundred of Encounter Bay land grant 1893 Grant Book 36 Page 92 County Hindmarsh

MARSHALL, Leslie James farmer Lameroo. Hundred of Bews land grant 1926 Grant Book 12 Page 13 County Chandos

MARSHALL, Lucy spinster died 26/7/1878 linked with Helen Marshall spinster Norwood about to marry Edwin OWEN surveyor Adelaide Memorial 172/311

MARSHALL, Oliver George farmer Wasleys. Wasleys Recreation Ground trustee 1926 Memorial 99/496

MARSHALL, Peter farmer Bordertown. Hundred of Tatiara land grant 1910 Grant Book 7 Page 21 County Buckingham

No 1 - likely to be the same person

MARSHALL, Richard farmer Mudla Wirra 1868 Memorial 228/253

MARSHALL, Richard farmer Wasleys 1872 Application 11849

MARSHALL, Richard farmer Templers 1885 Memorial 101/371

No 2

MARSHALL, Richard farmer Yankalilla Hundred of Waitpinga land grant 1879 Grant Book 37 Page 147 County Hindmarsh

No 1 - likely to be the same person

MARSHALL, Robert labourer Kensington 1849[-1854] Memorial 420/15

MARSHALL, Robert brickmaker Kensington 1852[-1854] Memorial 130/44 In partnership with Mortimer BURMAN for purchasing allotments in Norwood 1852 Memorial 65/46

No 2 - likely to be the same person

MARSHALL, Robert gentleman Adelaide 1865 Memorial 257/203

MARSHALL, Robert agent Adelaide 1876 Memorial 97/290

MARSHALL, Mary Ann widow Adelaide relict of the late Robert Marshall, died 1885 [Formerly Mary Ann COYNE widow of the late John Coyne formerly general dealer Adelaide but now deceased]. Bequests to Elizabeth WESTON wife of John Weston of Thebarton and her daughter Jessie Weston, to Isabella BENSON daughter of the testator's cousin Joseph Benson of Adelaide, to the testator's cousin Thomas John Benson painter Gawler and the testator's cousin, Louisa Caroline SADLER widow Gilles St, Adelaide Memorial 214/367

No 1

MARSHALL, Samuel cabinetmaker Adelaide (Currie St) 1845 Memorial 269/43

No 2

MARSHALL, Samuel music seller Adelaide 1873 Memorial 112/268

No 1

MARSHALL, Samuel Denton gentleman Wallaroo 1872 Memorial 40/261

MARSHALL, Samuel Denton gentleman Pt Wallaroo Pt Broughton township allotment land grant 1872 Grant Book 14 Page 490 County Daly

MARSHALL, Samuel Denton gentleman Wallaroo Co Daly. Georgetown (Hundred of Bundaleer) township allotment land grant 1873[-1875] Grant Book 60 Page 75 County Victoria

MARSHALL, Samuel Denton gentleman formerly of Wallaroo but now of Adelaide, died 4/8/1877 Memorial 119/302

No 1

MARSHALL, Sophia Jane widow Riverton, rented Sections 539 and 540 Hundred of Gilbert for 6 years from Holy Trinity Anglican congregation Riverton 1906 Memorial 89/455

MARSHALL, Sophia Jane widow formerly of Riverton but now of Goodwood Park 1914 Memorial 134/470

MARSHALL, Sophia Jane widow formerly of Riverton but now of Brighton 1920[-1938] Memorial 34/480

MARSHALL, Sophia Jane widow Shephard St, Hove relict of the late James Marshall, died 30/11/1945, of acute bronchitis, aged 91. Born at Riverton. Married aged 22. 6 sons and 3 daughters living; 3 daughter deceased Memorial 69/520

No 1

MARSHALL, Thomas farmer Willunga 1841 Application 11567

MARSHALL, Thomas yeoman Willunga 1845 Memorial 357/5

MARSHALL, Thomas farmer Willunga 1851[-1867] Memorial 119/34

MARSHALL, Thomas farmer Willunga. Hundred of Willunga land grant 1855 Grant Book 1 Page 275 County Adelaide

MARSHALL, Thomas farmer Willunga Co Adelaide. Hundred of Narridy land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 251 County Victoria

MARSHALL, Thomas farmer Willunga, died 12/3/1880 Memorial 90/325

MARSHALL, Thomas farmer Willunga died. His executors included WILLIAMS, Peter farmer late Willunga, BINNEY, William Henry farmer Crystal Brook, ATKINSON, Thomas farmer Willunga 1880 Application 18179

No 2

MARSHALL, Thomas farmer Point Sturt Congregational Church member 1859 Memorial 79/162

MARSHALL, Thomas farmer Point Sturt, Lake Alexandrina 1860 Application 1324

MARSHALL, Thomas farmer Point Sturt 1861 Memorial 105/173

MARSHALL, Thomas [formerly farmer Point Sturt but now] storekeeper Melrose 1863[-1896] Memorial 61/188

MARSHALL, Thomas storekeeper Melrose. Trustee Institute Melrose Hundred of Wongyarra land grant 1873 Grant Book 23 Page 50 County Frome

MARSHALL, Thomas storekeeper Melrose. Wirrabara township allotment land grant 1874 Grant Book 24 Page 521 County Frome

MARSHALL, Thomas storekeeper Melrose Co Frome. Booyoolie (later part of Gladstone Hundred of Booyoolie) township allotment land grant 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 317 County Victoria

MARSHALL, Thomas storekeeper Melrose 1877 Application 16294

MARSHALL, Thomas storekeeper Melrose Co Frome. Hawker (Hundred of Wonoka) township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 5 Page 3 County Blachford

MARSHALL, Thomas storekeeper Melrose Pt Germein township allotment land grant 1882 Grant Book 24 Page 692 County Frome

MARSHALL, Thomas of Pt Germein trustee Institute Pt Germein Hundred of Telowie land grant 1884 Grant Book 24 Page 774 County Frome

MARSHALL, Thomas storekeeper Melrose linked with Middleton 1888 Memorial 233/392

MARSHALL, Thomas storekeeper Melrose linked with TS Marshall JP Pt Germein 1893 Memorial 50/416

No 3

MARSHALL, Thomas farmer Mt Barker Co Hinmdarsh. Hundred of Monarto land grant 1867 Grant Book 58 Page 126 County Sturt

No 4

MARSHALL, Thomas farmer Mt Rat Hundred of Curramulka land grant 1889 Grant Book 19 Page 439 County Fergusson

No 1

MARSHALL, Thomas B and Thomas Sherman storekeepers Pt Germein and Melrose trading together under the style or firm of TB Marshall and Son 1888 Memorial 126/393

MARSHALL, Thomas B and Thomas Sherman Marshall of Pt Germein trading under the style or firm of TB Marshall & Son 1894 Memorial 116/421

MARSHALL, Thomas Birrell civil engineer Adelaide 1880 Memorial 83/320

MARSHALL, Thomas Edward clerk Adelaide 1849[-1851] Memorial 337/16

MARSHALL, Thomas Fry farmer Yankalilla Hundred of Booleroo land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 622 County Frome

No 1

MARSHALL, Thornton surgeon of HM 11th Regiment Fort Adelaide 1853 Memorial 448/79

MARSHALL, Thornton Surgeon HM 65th Foot Regiment, at present on half pay, made his will 6/1/1858, while stationed in Wellington. He died 2/1/1861 (not clear where), leaving his estate, converted into cash and invested in any of the public stocks or funds of Great Britain or upon Government or real securities in England, Wales or Ireland, in trust for his daughter, Susan Frances Marshall, until she reached the age of 21. Trustees and guardians - his brother Charles Henry MARSHALL Esquire Caversham, Oxon, England (formerly of Qld), Charlotte Augusta Dring MARSHALL his wife, the testator’s brother-in-law, Robert Thomas Browne BOYD Lt-Col in H M Service, Jersey CI (formerly Paymaster HM Battalion Depot, Chichester, Sussex). Mrs Thornton Marshall must have been a BOYD. Her parents were Alexander Boyd Paymaster of the 11th Regiment of HM Infantry and Susannah Boyd. Real estate in Australia and New Zealand had to be sold. Power of attorney to Richard Bowen COLLEY land agent 92 King William St, Adelaide, to sell the SA real estate 11/6/1868 DepositS 17 & 18/1874

No 1

MARSHALL, Uriah George William lighthouse keeper Pt MacDonnell 1877 Memorial 165/303

MARSHALL, Uriah George William lighthouse keeper Pt MacDonnell Beachport (Hundred of Rivoli Bay) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 31 Page 288 County Grey

MARSHALL, W clerk to A ABRAHAM of Adelaide 1872 Memorial 176/260

No 1

MARSHALL, William labourer Adelaide 1838 Application 11255

MARSHALL, William labourer formerly of Adelaide 1838 but now of Walkerville 1871 Application 11255

MARSHALL, William labourer Walkerville 1851 Memorial 385/34

MARSHALL, William gentleman Walkerville 1852 Memorial 280/43

MARSHALL, William [formerly of Walkerville but now] gardener Melbourne Vic 1856 Memorial 302/100

No 2

MARSHALL, William miner Hindmarsh 1848 Memorial 298/12

No 3

MARSHALL, William labourer Unley 1849[-1856] Memorial 350/14

No 4

MARSHALL, William farmer Willunga 1853 Memorial 128/50

MARSHALL, William farmer Willunga 1855 Memorial 11/96

Farmer formerly of Willunga 1856 Memorial 12/96

MARSHALL, William farmer Willunga, about to leave the province, power of attorney to John Warren NORTON gentleman Norwood, to supervise the sale of Section 119, Survey C, at Willunga, for £216, to John KELTON farmer Noarlunga 11/4/1855 Deposit 276/OA

No 5

MARSHALL, William labourer Pt Adelaide 1854 Memorial 188/72

MARSHALL, William [formerly labourer Pt Adelaide but now] carpenter Guichen Bay 1855 Memorial 197/92

MARSHALL, William carpenter Robe 1858[-1865] Memorial 118/132

No 6

MARSHALL, William draper Adelaide 1855[-1858] Memorial 470/82 Hundred of Strathalbyn land grant 1856 Memorial 41/104 In England by 1865 Enrolment 42/52

MARSHALL, William gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now of Bath, Somerset, England 1862[-1868] Memorial 260/186

MARSHALL, William formerly draper Adelaide (Hindley St) 1857 now residing in England 1864 Application 5851

MARSHALL, William of Adelaide, about to leave the province for a time, power of attorney to George HACKETT dairyman Parkside, to manage his SA business affairs 21/12/1858. William Marshall retired to Tiverton, near Bath, Somerset, England, then to Odd Down House, Odd Down, Lyncombe & Widcombe, also near Bath, where he died 29/6/1878. He left all his estate to his wife, Mary Marshall. She died 10/11/1879. Her trustees gave instructions to her attorney, George Hackett seedsman Rundle St, Adelaide, to sell the real estate, and to remit the proceeds to England, to fulfil the terms of the trusts 20/1/1880 Deposits 234/OA, 24/1878, 65/1884

No 7

MARSHALL, William labourer Stirling East 1864 Application 4842

No 8

MARSHALL, William miller Charleston 1867 Memorial 30/227

No 9

MARSHALL, William shepherd Hundred of Reynolds. Hundred of Bundaleer land grant 1873 Grant Book 60 Page 69 County Victoria

No 10

MARSHALL, William farmer Naracoorte. Hundred of Glen Roy land grant 1874 Grant Book 29 Page 284 County MacDonnell

No 11

MARSHALL, William labourer Narracoorte ‘as a tenant at will’ 1885 Application 20652

No 12

MARSHALL, William insurance agent Adelaide 1885 Application 20461

No 13

MARSHALL, William farmer Minlacowie. Hundred of Minlacowie land grant 1892 Grant Book 19 Page 258 County Fergusson

No 1 - William Field Marshall

MARSHALL, William miller Narracoorte 1871 Application 11496

MARSHALL, William miller Naracoorte 1878. Naracoorte Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee Application 16584

MARSHALL, William Field miller Narracoorte 1878 Memorial 82/316

No 1

MARSHALL, William Frederick clerk in holy orders Penola 1874 Application 13323

MARSHALL, William Frederick clerk in holy orders Orroroo, brother to Alfred Simmonds Marshall Esquire Bonham Cottage, Winchester, Hants, England (whose wife was formerly Louisa YOUNGHUSBAND daughter of the late William Younghusband of Adelaide), and Charles Marshall of the Royal Mail Steamship Company's Service at Southampton, Hants 1883 Memorials 124-126/376

MARSHALL, William Frederick clerk Quorn 1888 Memorial 145/389

MARSHALL, William Frederick clerk in holy orders Mt Pleasant Arthur River WA 1901 Memorial 65/443

MARSHALL, William Frederick clerk in holy orders Subiaco WA 1903 Memorial 32/448

MARSHALL, William Frederick clerk in holy orders formerly of Quorn but now of Perth WA 1909 brother-in-law to Louisa Marshall widow of the late Alfred Simmonds Marshall gentleman formerly of Bonham Cottage, Winchester, Hants but then of Worthing, Sussex, England. A daughter of William YOUNGHUSBAND, Mrs Marshall had married first - Dominick Gore DALY. He died. Mrs Marshall died 12/9/1882 Memorial 202/460

No 1

MARSHALL, William Henry of Stirling North 1881 Memorial 122/336

No 2

MARSHALL, William Henry engine driver Eudunda Hundred of Neales land grant 1901 Grant Book 17 Page 203 County Eyre

No 3

MARSHALL, William Henry draper Wayville Co Adelaide. Hundred of Peake land grant 1908 Grant Book 6 Page 52 County Buccleuch 1880

MARSHALL, William James farmer Uroonda 1887 Memorial 203/382

MARSHALL, William Ralph gentleman Adelaide 1882 Memorial 84/345

MARSHMAN, Benjamin farmer Mallala Hundred of Dublin land grant 1879 Grant Book 26 Page 342 County Gawler

MARSHMAN, David farmer Hundred of Dalkey trustee unnamed Chapel Hundred of Dalkey land grant 1880 Grant Book 26 Page 225 County Gawler

No 1

MARSHMAN, George farmer Reedbeds linked with Joshua Marshman farmer Redbanks 1866 Memorial 36/214

MARSHMAN, George farmer Grace Plains 1866 Memorial 80/209

MARSHMAN, George farmer Mallala 1878 Application 16960

MARSHMAN, George JP of Grace Plains 1903[-1904] Memorial 176/492

MARSHMAN, Henry farmer Balaklava 1887 Memorial 136/384

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

No 1 - Joshua and Robert Marshman

MARSHMAN, Joshua and Robert miners Adelaide 1852 Memorial 118/42

MARSHMAN, Joshua [formerly miner Adelaide but now] farmer Peachey Belt 1859[-1860] Memorial 292/149

MARSHMAN, Joshua farmer Peachey Belt linked with MARSHMAN, Robert farmer Mt Torrens 1861. Both men were illiterate Application 2503

MARSHMAN, Joshua farmer Grace Plains 1865[-1876] Memorial 70/204

MARSHMAN, Joshua farmer formerly of Redbanks 1866 but now of Mallala [Could be same address??] 1869 Application 10169

MARSHMAN, Joshua farmer Fair View Grace Plains 1873 Memorial 197/265

MARSHMAN, Joshua farmer Fair View Hundred of Grace 1880 Memorial 3/322

MARSHMAN, Joshua farmer Mallala 1877[-1880] Memorial 249/296

MARSHMAN, Robert miner Peachey Belt 1853 Memorial 408/49

MARSHMAN, Robert farmer Munno Para 1853 Memorial 272/59

MARSHMAN, Robert and Joshua farmers Munno Para 1854 Memorial 195/72

MARSHMAN, Robert formerly gold miner Adelaide but now farmer Para Plains 1855 Memorial 473/87

MARSHMAN, Robert farmer Grace Plains Hundred of Grace land grant 1866 Grant Book 27 Page 41 County Gawler

MARSHMAN, Robert farmer Mallala Hundred of Dublin land grant 1871[-1880] Grant Book 26 Page 337 County Gawler

MARSHMAN, Robert farmer Mallala 1883[-1889] Memorial 98/352

MARSLAND, George farmer Rose Vale Farm [perhaps near Kapunda?] 1868 Memorial 173/235

No 1

MARSLAND, James labourer Brighton 1854 Memorial 191/87

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

MARSLAND, James labourer North Kapunda 1864[-1865] Memorial 73/205

MARSSON, Frank storekeeper Bowden 1878 Memorial 53/310

MARSSON, Frank formerly grocer Bowden but now grocer’s assistant 14th St, Bowden 1881 Application 18496

No 1

MARSSON, Josiah writing clerk Adelaide 1851 Memorial 331/38

MARSSON, Josiah clerk to GWYNNE & LAWRENCE solicitors Adelaide 1852 Memorial 112/45

MARSSON, Josiah of Gresham St, Adelaide 1853 Memorial 301/49

MARSSON, Josiah writing clerk Thebarton 1853[-1854] Memorial 253/52

MARSSON, Josiah gentleman Thebarton 1861 Memorial 101/200

MARSSON, Josiah gentleman Brompton 1873 Memorial 79/268

MARSTON, Edward secretary to the Adelaide Marine Insurance Co 1881 Memorial 244/334

No 1

MARSTON, Francis Henry blacksmith Mintaro 1905[-1907] Memorial 200/453

MARSTON, Francis Henry blacksmith Mintaro father of Norman John Marston of Mintaro 1914 Memorial 44/470

MARSTON, Francis Henry blacksmith formerly of Mintaro but now of Brooklyn Park 1925 Memorial 59/492

MARSTON, Francis Henry blacksmith Mintaro father of Norman John Marston quarry foreman Mintaro 1927 Memorials 179/496 & 33/497

MARSTON, William grocer Pt Adelaide 1897 Application 23273

No 1 - William James Marston

MARSTON, William linen draper Adelaide 1853[-1854] Memorial 376/60

MARSTON, William James warehouseman Norwood 1858 Memorial 64/143

No 1

MART, F storekeeper Encounter Bay 1855 Memorial 36/96

MART, Frank storekeeper Encounter Bay 1860 Memorial 116/225

MART, John Charles printer Portland Estate 1876 Memorial 70/287

No 1

MART, William innkeeper Pt Adelaide 1853[-1854] Memorial 356/61

MART, William licensed victualler British Hotel Pt Adelaide 1858 Memorial 189/135

MARTEL, Maria widow Holy Trinity parish Island of Guernsey CI relict of the late John Peter Martel (died 8/4/1866) and daughter of the late John LE BAIR, died 30/9/1869. She left her entire estate to her sister, Julia MURLY widow of the late Sylvester Murly nee Le Bair. William LEMESSURIER solicitor Guernsey and Alfred Michael AGNEW were the executors. William Le Messurier said that he had known the family for more than 50 years. Esther Gognet widow of the late John Le Bair had died 16/7/1861 intestate. 3 daughters and one son of the marriage. The son, Nicholas Peter Le Bair, had died before his mother. Harriot Le Messurier, wife of Daniel Grut Le Messurier, survived, along with Mrs Murly Memorial 198 & 199/259

MARTEN, Robert Humphrey doctor of medicine Adelaide linked with Henry Humphrey Marten (of the Manchester Regiment) who was killed in action at Maricourt, Northern France, on 13/8/1915. Probably a family connection with Henrietta Frances Anne LEWIS widow Lamberhurst, Paragon Buildings, Cheltenham, England 1916 Memorial 15a/474

MARTENS, Albert William George plumber Gladstone Rd, Mile End trustee of the Norwood Cycling Club Inc 1918 Memorial 136/477

MARTENS, Carl storekeeper Sevenhills 1865 Memorial 347/199

MARTENS, Frederick Charles Hall farmer Swan Reach. Hundred of Bakara land grant 1913 Grant Book 3 Page 73 County Albert

MARTENS, Friedrich Ernst August Heinrich farmer near Mallala Hundred of Dalkey land grant 1879 Grant Book 26 Page 223 County Gawler

No 1

MARTENS, George Heinrich Carl Christoph caterer Adelaide 1878 Memorial 185/307

MARTENS, George Heinrich Carl Christoph of Adelaide, died c1880. He left his entire estate to his wife, Anna Metha Martens nee NEUMANN Memorial 150/325

No 1

MARTENS, Heinrich Friedrich Wilhelm farmer Grace Plains 1865 Memorial 70/204

MARTENS, Henry Frederick William labourer near Clare Pt Germein township allotment land grant 1879 Grant Book 24 Page 682 County Frome

MARTENS, Wilhelm Johann Bernhard farmer Pt Gawler 1864 Application 5022

MARTENS, William F blacksmith Merriton 1881 Memorial 233/332

MARTIENSEN, Daisy Miranda of 147 Hart St, Glanville, aged 76 years in 196, declared that she had lived in Hart St, for over 40 years Application 29468

No 1

MARTIN, Abraham fisherman Glenelg 1862 Memorial 68/190

MARTIN, Abraham fisherman Glenelg and Mary Ann Martin his wife nee SWAINSON, daughter of Mary Ann Swainson nee BANSGROVE of Adelaide. Mrs Swainson was a niece of David NEWMAN gentleman Sutton Cottage, Hammersmith, Middlesex, England who died 19/12/1869. She predeceased her uncle, and he left £400 to her daughter, Mary Ann Martin 1870 Memorial 179/248

MARTIN, Abraham fisherman Glenelg Hundred of Melville land grant 1870 Grant Book 19 Page 65 County Fergusson

MARTIN, Abraham farmer Edithburgh Hundred of Melville land grant 1874 Grant Book 19 Page 69 County Fergusson

MARTIN, Abraham farmer Sultana near Edithburgh Hundred of Melville land grant 1875 Grant Book 19 Page 72 County Fergusson

MARTIN, Abraham gentleman Swan St, Semaphore, died 14/6/1913 in a railway carriage between Adelaide and Pt Adelaide, of atheroma and sudden fatal syncope, aged 78. Born Essex, England. In SA 55 years. Married aged 28. 4 sons and 2 daughters living. 1 son deceased. His wife, Mary Ann Martin, died 23/4/1883 Sultana near Edithburgh, of paralysis of the heart brought on by excessive drinking, exposure and want of food, aged 49 Application 26246

MARTIN, Abraham George linked with Section 86 Hundred of Eurilpa 1885 Memorial 171/372

MARTIN, AC clerk Mt Barker 1936 Memorial 125/510

No 1

MARTIN, Alex accountant Adelaide 1894[-1899] Memorial 69/423

MARTIN, Alexander accountant Adelaide (Currie St) 1898 Memorial 193/435

MARTIN, Alexander accountant Robe Tce, Medindie, died 29/5/ 1917, aged 78 Memorial 33/477

MARTIN, Alexander accountant formerly of Adelaide but then of Medindie, died 29/5/1917. Husband of Susan Frances Martin. Father of Susan Frances Martin Memorial 69/479

No 1

MARTIN, Alfred farmer McLaren Vale 1853 Memorial 380/49

MARTIN, Alfred and William farmers McLaren Vale 1854 Memorial 144/74

MARTIN, Alfred, John Norton and William farmers McLaren Vale 1856[-1861] Memorial 36/106

MARTIN, Alfred and John Norton Martin farmers McLaren Vale 1871 Memorial 19/253

MARTIN, Alfred farmer McLaren Vale 1891 Application 22068

No 2

MARTIN, Alfred engineer Pt Augusta 1884 Memorial 77/361

MARTIN, Alfred engineer Pt Augusta Hundred of Davenport land grant 1886 Grant Book 24 Page 667 County Frome

No 3

MARTIN, Alfred dealer Robe S-E 1936 father of Reuben Alfred Martin a minor born 15/11/1919 Memorial 39/510

MARTIN, Alfred Hobson farmer McLaren Vale 1882[-1893] Memorial 184/338, Application 22456

MARTIN, Alfred Percy dealer Robe, aged 63 in 1947, declared that he had lived in the area for 35 years Application 28527

No 1 - Alfred Robert Debney Martin

MARTIN, Alfred farmer Normanville 1884 Application 20317

MARTIN, Alfred Robert Debney carrier Normanville near Yankalilla 1893 Memorial 169/418

MARTIN, Alfred Robert Debney carrier formerly of Normanville 1894 but then of Murray Bridge, died 15/7/1928. Husband of Sarah Elizabeth Martin Memorial 94/500

MARTIN, Sarah Elizabeth widow Murray Bridge (relict of the late Alfred Robert Debney Martin), died 24/3/1932. Estate worth £556. Executor; Maurice William PARISH agent Murray Bridge. Mother of Elizabeth Sarah Jane CRAWFORD, Winifred Edith STACEY, Elfreda Jessie FARWELL, Effie Mildred HUMPHREY, Lucy Maud JOHNSON, Melba Doris HUMPHREY, Elva Leigh RICHARDS and Alma Muriel Martin Memorial 162/505

MARTIN, Allan Hardy and Frank Irwin Martin farmers McLaren Vale 1903 Memorial 22/448

No 1

MARTIN, Allen teacher Portland Estate 1876 Memorial 71/287

MARTIN, Allen teacher Pt Adelaide 1877 Application 16077.

MARTIN, Allen teacher Portland Estate 1877 Application 16233

MARTIN, Allen schoolmaster Pt Adelaide 1881 Memorial 82/333

MARTIN, Mr schoolmaster Pt Adelaide [likely to be Allen Martin of the Pt Adelaide Public School] 1883 Application 19580

No 1

MARTIN, Andrew Stevens miner Adelaide 1851[-1856] Memorial 62/38

MARTIN, Andrew Stevens labourer Kanmantoo 1853 Memorial 320/48

MARTIN, Andrew Stevens miner formerly of Adelaide, but now of Grünthal 1854 Enrolment 12/36

MARTIN, Andrew Stevens miner formerly of Adelaide but now of Melbourne Vic 1854 Memorial 164/73

MARTIN, Andrew Stevens mine manager Adelaide 1855 Memorial 271/91

MARTIN, William bachelor tin miner or tinner of Ludgvan parish m 22/5/1824 Ann STEVENS spinster Lelant parish in Cornwall. Children - William Henry born 3/4/1825, Andrew Stevens Martin born 1830, Vivian Stevens Martin born 1833. AS & VS Martin were gold mining at Forest Creek Vic by March 1851. In company with John TRENEAR miner late of the Burra Mine, and his wife Elizabeth Trenear, the brothers moved to the Bendigo diggings in July 1851, where they lived with the Trenears and worked for John Trenear. Vivian Martin took ill of a fever and inflammation of the chest in March 1852 and died a week later - a Tuesday Deposit 675/1855

MARTIN, Arthur Clive carpenter Murray Park near Adelaide 1909[-1943] Memorial 194/461

MARTIN, Arthur Geech carpenter Murray Park near Adelaide 1887 Memorial 191/386

MARTIN, Arthur Gent carpenter Magill 1893 Application 25199

MARTIN, Arthur John shoemaker Curramulka Curramulka township allotment land grant 1885 Grant Book 19 Page 370 County Fergusson

MARTIN, Basil Parkes clerk SA Supreme Court Master's office Adelaide 1902 Memorial 177/446

No 1

MARTIN, Benjamin farmer Kensington 1855 Memorial 468/82

MARTIN, Benjamin farmer formerly of Kensington 1855 but now of Woodforde 1873 Application 13019

No 2

MARTIN, Benjamin clerk to Messrs GWYNNE & LAWRENCE solicitors Adelaide 1856 Memorial 498/99

MARTIN, Benjamin clerk to Messrs BARTLEY, BAKEWELL & STOW solicitors Adelaide 1859 Memorial 41/150

MARTIN, Benjamin law clerk Bowden 1860[-1861] Memorial 143/165

MARTIN, Benjamin T clerk to Jasper BOUCAUT solicitor Adelaide of the firm of Boucaut & WREN 1863 Application 28112

MARTIN, Benjamin clerk to JP BOUCAUT solicitor Adelaide 1865[-1883] Memorial 145/204

MARTIN, Benjamin of Penn Chambers, Adelaide 1867[-1868] Memorial 244/225

MARTIN, Benjamin clerk to James Penn BOUCAUT solicitor Adelaide 1868 Application 7446

No 1

MARTIN, Benjamin labourer Somerton 1860 Application 1761

No 1 - probably the same person

MARTIN, Catherine widow Strathalbyn 1889 Memorial 92/398

MARTIN, Catherine Fairclough widow Strathalbyn, died 13/5/1910 Memorial 50/463

No 1

MARTIN, Charles and Robert farmers Penwortham 1860 Memorial 155/165

No 2

MARTIN, Charles storekeeper Steelton on the Dirty Light Co Light. Narridy (Hundred of Narridy) township allotment land grant 1873 Grant Book 60 Page 483 County Victoria

MARTIN, Charles storekeeper Steelton 1874 Memorial 240/272

No 3

MARTIN, Charles Methodist minister Goodwood 1904 Memorial 141/452

MARTIN, Charles Methodist minister Semaphore 1909 Memorial 61/462

No 4

MARTIN, Charles gardener Mines Road, Campbelltown 1909 Application 25712

MARTIN, Charles Albert clerk 27 Davenport Tce, Wayville 1935 Memorial 28/510

No 2

MARTIN, Charles Henry carpenter and builder Adelaide (Hanson St) 1900 Memorial 72/442

MARTIN, Charles Henry carpenter and builder Adelaide (Hanson St), eldest son of Anne Greenfield Martin widow formerly of Plympton late of Adelaide, who died 27/11/1899 intestate. He took out letters of administration for her estate. Mrs AG Martin's youngest son, James Martin bookbinder now of Adelaide, turned 21 c1890 Application 24099

MARTIN, Colin Michael brickmaker Norwood 1851[-1853] Memorial 432/30

MARTIN, Cosworth yeoman Callington 1861 Memorial 74/177

No 1 - possibly the same person

MARTIN, David storekeeper Ardrossan 1883 Memorial 105/359

MARTIN, David storekeeper Adelaide (Hanson St) 1893 Application 22521

No 1 - possibly the same person

MARTIN, Edmund carpenter Kooringa 1851 Memorial 126/37

MARTIN, Edmund carpenter Redruth 1851 Memorial 162/99

MARTIN, Edmund carpenter Gawler South 1864[-1880] Memorial 306/196

No 1

MARTIN, Edward licensed victualler Gawler 1857 Memorial 178/119

MARTIN, Edward licensed victualler Gawler, took out a 7-year lease at £254 a year of the Globe Inn, Gawler, from John SMITH Esquire Smithfield 1869 Memorial 134/240

MARTIN, Edward and George innkeepers Gawler 1870 Memorial 181/246

No 2 - possibly linked with No 1

MARTIN, Edward licensed victualler Yarcowie 1881 Memorial 107/417

No 3 - possibly linked with Nos 1 & 2

MARTIN, Edward licensed victualler Gawler West 1859 Memorial 326/154

MARTIN, Edward licensed victualler Gawler West [probably formerly wheelwright Gawler] linked with William Martin gentleman Adelaide (Young St) 1863 Memorial 209/189

MARTIN, Edward wheelwright Gawler linked with Thomas Martin wheelwright Gawler and William Martin licensed victualler Terminus Hotel, Adelaide [partners in the firm of T & E Martin wheelwrights Murray St, Gawler] 1863 Memorial 208/189

MARTIN, Edward machinist Gawler 1864 Memorial 219/200

MARTIN, Edward machinist Gawler linked with William Martin gentleman Young St, Adelaide 1866 Memorial 33/213

MARTIN, Edward formerly machinist Gawler 1864 but now of Gladstone 1878 Application 16808

No 4

MARTIN, Edward labourer Hectorville 1869 Memorial 216/236

MARTIN, Edward labourer formerly of Hectorville but now of Riverton 1873 Memorial 19/268

No 5

MARTIN, Edward labourer Adelaide 1871 Memorial 120/251

No 6 – perhaps the same person

MARTIN, Edward of Terowie Hundred of Terowie land grant 1881 Grant Book 40 Page 15 County Kimberley

MARTIN, Edward farmer Hundred of Wonna 1887[-1888] Memorial 139/382

No 7

MARTIN, Edward brickmaker Bowden 1886 Application 20884

No 1

MARTIN, Edward Montgomery ironmonger Adelaide 1853[-1854] Memorial 415/46

MARTIN, Edward Montgomery ironmonger Adelaide (Hindley St) 1854 Memorial 307/64

MARTIN, Edward Montgomery chemist and druggist Adelaide 1852[-1854] Memorial 352/39

MARTIN, Edward Montgomery ironmonger Adelaide 1859[-1867] Memorial 48/150

MARTIN, Edward Montgomery gentleman Adelaide 1879 Memorial 125/315

MARTIN, Edward Montgomery merchant Norwood 1858 and his daughter Lucy Martin spinster Norwood. L Martin was about to marry John Howard CLARK merchant Adelaide. James Edward Martin gentleman Adelaide belonged to this Martin farmily Memorial 112/146

MARTIN, Edward Mongomery collector Osmond Tce, Norwood 1881. Linked with Annie Montgomery Martin spinster Norwood Application 18857

No 1 - perhaps the same person

MARTIN, Edwin clerk to RW PERKINS solicitor Adelaide 1850 Memorial 173/24

MARTIN, Edwin gentleman Norwood 1857 Memorial 278/124

No 2

MARTIN, Edwin brickmaker Fifth St, Bowden 1893 Application 22603

MARTIN, Elspeth widow Adelaide 1850[-1851] Memorial 242/21 Widow Melbourne Vic 1853 Memorial 280/52

MARTIN, Eric motor garage proprietor Salisbury 1924[-1925] Memorial 144/490, Application 27371

MARTIN, Ernest Montgomery engineer Norwood 1912 Application 26156

MARTIN, ET farmer Aldinga 1913 Memorial 156/468

MARTIN, Francis labourer Magill 1856[-1860] Memorial 67/112

MARTIN, Francis John plumber King William St, Kent Town and Eleanor Rose Martin his wife 1899 Application 23816

No 1

MARTIN, Frank Charles linked with Joseph Stokes Martin both labourers Langhorne Creek 1927 Memorial 119/498

MARTIN, Frank Charles labourer Langhorne Creek, died 29/11/1931 Adelaide Memorial 71/505

No 1

MARTIN, Frank Irwin and Allan Hardy Hardy farmers McLaren Vale 1904 Application 24788

MARTIN, Frank Irwin farmer McLaren Vale 1913 Memorial 156/469

MARTIN, Frank Lionel salesman Salisbury and Pearl Martin his wife 1929 Application 27737

MARTIN, Frederic gentleman formerly of Adelaide Feb 1840, then of Kensington March 1840, about to leave the province and proceed to England May 1840. Power of attorney to Philip BUTLER gentleman Kensington to sell his SA real estate and settle his business affairs Application 11437

No 1

MARTIN, Frederick and William sheep farmers Brumbago 1884 Memorial 244/357

MARTIN, Frederick and William sheep farmers Mt Scott 1890 Memorial 66/402

MARTIN, Frederick Charles and Thomas butchers Le Fevre Peninsula 1853 Memorial 10/50

MARTIN, Frederick C engine driver Beachport 1880 Memorial 81/321

No 1

MARTIN, Frederick George store assistant Kingston S-E and Luty Alma Martin his wife 1912 Memorial 124/466

MARTIN, Frederick George storekeeper's assistant Kingston S-E 1930 Memorial 17/503

MARTIN, Frederick Horace labourer Portland Estate and Elizabeth Ann Martin his wife 1920 Memorial 97/480

MARTIN, Frederick John Norton and William Alfred Hotson Martin sheep farmers Brumbago Station 1888 Memorial 3/390

No 1 - Frederick Richard George Martin

MARTIN, Frederick labourer Willunga 1854 Hundred of Yankalilla land grant Memorial 130/75

MARTIN, Frederick farmer Willunga 1855 Memorial 191/89

MARTIN, Frederick slate quarryman Willunga 1858 Application 3461

MARTIN, Frederick Richard quarryman Willunga 1894 Application 22785

No 1

MARTIN, George Esquire Halifax St, Adelaide and Mary Martin his wife 1838 Memorial 245/26

No 2 - likely to be the same person

MARTIN, George shoemaker Bowden 1848 Memorial 343/10

MARTIN, George shoemaker Thebarton 1849[-1852] Memorial 109/17

No 3

MARTIN, George labourer Echunga linked with John Martin blacksmith Strathalbyn 1853[-1895] Memorial 152/423

No 4

MARTIN, George labourer Brompton 1854[-1856] Memorial 201/75

No 5

MARTIN, George draper Adelaide 1860 possibly related to William Martin licensed victualler Adelaide 1863 Application 4432

No 6

MARTIN, George clerk Bowden 1870 Memorial 139/249

MARTIN, George merchant's clerk Bowden 1871 Memorial 116/272

No 7

MARTIN, George licensed victualler Gawler 1870 Memorial 182/246

No 8

MARTIN, George farmer Minlacowie 1886 Memorial 180/374

No 9

MARTIN, George licensed victualler Orroroo 1893 Memorial 139/418

No 10

MARTIN, George and Henry William Martin farmers Brentwood linked with James Martin farmer Minlaton 1896 Memorial 180/428

No 11 - perhaps the same person

MARTIN, George farmer Sandy Creek 1898 Application 23578.

MARTIN, George gentleman Lyndoch 1906 Application 25266.

MARTIN, GG of Adelaide secretary to R HOMBURG Minister of Education 1905 Memorial 151/452

No 1

MARTIN, George James farmer Brentwood Yorke Peninsula 1920 Memorial 146/480

MARTIN, George James farmer formerly of Brentwood but now of 112 Main North Road, Prospect 1927 Memorial 180/497

MARTIN, George James farmer formerly of Brentwood Yorke Peninsula but now of 112 Main North Road, Prospect 1927 Application 27593

MARTIN, George Stanley draftsman Glenelg 1877[-1880] Memorial 191/304

MARTIN, George Walsh licensed victualler Adelaide (Morphett St) 1849 Memorial 342/15

MARTIN, Gustav Adolph wheelwright Hahndorf. Trustee St Paul Lutheran Church Hahndorf 1899[-1926] Application 28657

MARTIN, Harold Edwin chemist Rosewater 1942 Application 28503

No 1

MARTIN, Harriet Elizabeth widow Hackney, power of attorney to Walter REYNELL and Charles August REINECKE land agents Adelaide, to manage her SA business affairs 17/10/1885. She left the province c April 1891 for a time Deposit 233/1885

MARTIN, Harriet Elizabeth widow formerly of Hackney but now in parts beyond the seas 1885[-1894] Memorial 43/375

No 1

MARTIN, Heinrich Siegesmund wheelwright Hahndorf 1856 Memorial 94/99

MARTIN, Heinrich blacksmith Hahndorf. Member St John German Protestant Church Hahndorf 1859 Memorial 301/153

MARTIN, Heinrich Siegesmund wheelwright Hahndorf, died 1/1/1894. He left his £1,100 estate to his wife, Anna Dorothea Martin, absolutely. Witnesses to his will – Carl Friedrich BRAUN Lutheran Pastor Hahndorf and Wilhelm STREMPEL teacher Hahhndorf Application 27798

No 1

MARTIN, Henry butcher Adelaide 1848 Memorial 8/12

MARTIN, Henry stockholder Adelaide 1849 Memorial 274/14

MARTIN, Henry and Thomas stockholders Gawler River 1849 Memorial 59/25

MARTIN, Henry stockholder Gawler River 1852 Memorial 50/43

No 2

MARTIN, Henry miner Black Springs near the Burra Burra Mines 1851 Memorial 478/38

No 3

MARTIN, Henry miner Adelaide 1853 Memorial 458/49

No 4

MARTIN, Henry labourer Bowden 1853 Memorial 171/55

MARTIN, Henry limeburner Bowden 1857 Memorial 207/119

MARTIN, Henry lime burner Bowden linked with Robert Martin farmer near the Grand Junction 1861 Memorial 130/175

MARTIN, Henry labourer Prospect 1854 Memorial 120/63

MARTIN, Henry lime burner [formerly of Bowden but now of] Prospect 1857[-1859] Memorial 179/126

MARTIN, Henry limeburner Prospect 1862 Application 2975

No 5

MARTIN, Henry labourer Islington 1855 Beverley Primitive Methodist chapel trustee Memorial 131/94

No 6

MARTIN, Henry and GAEDECHENS, Adolph merchants Adelaide in business under the style or firm of Martin Gaedechens & Co 1858 Memorial 250/146

MARTIN, Henry merchant formerly of Adelaide but now of 22 Stock Orchard Villas, Hollaway, London 1861 Memorial 168/172

MARTIN, Henry Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now of Westwood Villa Highbury, New Park, Islington, Middlesex, England 1862 Memorial 241/182

MARTIN, Henry merchant Adelaide, about to leave the province for some time, power of attorney to Robert Archibald FIVEASH draper Adelaide, to manage his considerable SA business interests 18/2/1863 Deposit 75/1864

MARTIN, Henry merchant formerly of Adelaide but now of Sussex House Highbury New Park, Middlesex, England 1871[-1874] Memorial 215/258

No 7

MARTIN, Henry storekeeper Moonta 1863 Grant Book 14 Page 103 County Daly

No 8 FIND CHECK RUN

MARTIN, Henry storekeeper Beltana Out of Hundreds. Beltana (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1874 Grant Book 65 Page 1 County Not named

MARTIN, Henry storekeeper Farina Out of Hundreds. Farina (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 65 Page 69 County Not named

MARTIN, Henry storekeeper Freeling Co Light. Quorn (Hundred of Pichi Richi) township allotment land Grant 1878 Grant Book 49 Page 4 County Newcastle

No 9

MARTIN, Henry and John farmers Minlacowie. Trustees unnamed Church Hundred of Minlacowie land grant 1881 Grant Book 19 Page 256 County Fergusson

No 10

MARTIN, Henry station overseer near Point Pass 1898 Application 23537

No 11

MARTIN, Henry blacksmith Stansbury. Trustee Institute Stansbury township allotment land grant 1910 Grant Book 19 Page 463 County Fergusson

No 12

MARTIN, Henry of the Stoneyfell Vineyards, Section 906 Burnside 1919 Application 26765

No 1

MARTIN, Henry Albert sheepfarmer Inman Valley Newland (Hundred of Encounter Bay) township allotment land grant 1886 Grant Book 37 Page 335 County Hindmarsh

MARTIN, Henry Albert farmer Inman Valley 1905[-1910] Application 25007

MARTIN, Henry Albert farmer formerly of Inman Valley but now of Meningie 1918 Memorial 148/476

MARTIN, Henry Albert farmer formerly of Inman Valley but now of Adelaide 1921 Memorial 19/482

No 1 - likely to be the same person

MARTIN, Henry Maydwell accountant Norwood 1878 Memorial 179/316

MARTIN, Henry Maydwell of William St, Norwood 1886 Application 21005

MARTIN, Henry Maydwell vigneron Kensington 1894 Memorial 167/420

No 1

MARTIN, Henry Richard Mason and Horace James Sewell Martin drapers Adelaide trading under the style or firm of Martin Bros linked with Richard Martin gentleman Medindie 1889 Memorial 9/398

MARTIN, Henry Richard Mason draper Adelaide (in partnership with Horace James Sewell Martin as Martin Bros), about to leave the province on a visit to England, power of attorney to Richard MARTIN gentleman Medindie, to manage his SA business affairs 10/4/1889 Deposit 69/1889

No 1

MARTIN, Henry Robert waiter Pt Adelaide 1854 Memorial 261/71

MARTIN, Henry Robert formerly waiter Adelaide 1854 but now storeman Otago, New Zealand at present on a visit to Adelaide 1877 Application 16387

No 1

MARTIN, Henry Thomas lighthousekeeper Kingston S-E 1937[-1938] Memorial 100/511

MARTIN, Henry Thomas lighthouse keeper Kingston Lacepede Bay Institute trustee 1939, declared in 1941 that he had been born at Kingston S-E, where he lived until 1914, when he enlisted in the AIF. He returned to Kingston in 1919 and subsequently became a lighthouse keeper at various places in SA. He had been keeper at the Cape Jaffa Lighthouse and lived at Kingston for the last 7.5 years Application 28146

No 1

MARTIN, Herbert Thomas farmer Inman Valley linked with Richard Martin JP of Inman Valley 1901 Memorial 128/443

MARTIN, Herbert Thomas farmer Inman Valley 1914 Memorial 135/470

MARTIN, Herbert Thomas grazier 78 Goodwood Rd, Wayville 1946 Memorial 177/520

No 1

MARTIN, Henry William and George farmers Brentwood 1900 Application 23973

MARTIN, Henry William and MARTIN, George farmers Brentwood, and MARTIN, James the Younger farmer Minlaton, trustees of the estate of James MARTIN the Elder, who died c1894 Application 22840

No 1

MARTIN, Herbert Thomas sheepfarmer Inman Valley Newland (Hundred of Encounter Bay) township allotment land grant 1886 Grant Book 37 Page 335 County Hindmarsh

MARTIN, Herbert Thomas sheep farmer Strathmore Park, Inman Valley 1923 Application 27169

No 1

MARTIN, HP apprentice to GR DEBNEY undertaker Rundle St, Adelaide 1849 Application 24818

MARTIN, HP apprentice to SR DEBNEY cabinetmaker Rundle St, Adelaide 1851 Application 8578

No 1 - possibly the same person

MARTIN, Hugh farmer Clare 1879 Memorial 200/316

MARTIN, Hugh farmer Armagh near Clare 1883 Memorial 216/348

MARTIN, HM accountant Adelaide 1885 Memorial 229/368

No 1

MARTIN, HT JP grazier Inman Valley 1927 Memorial 118/498

No 2

MARTIN, HT lighthouse keeper Kingston S-E 1937 Application 28095.

No 1

MARTIN, Isaac labourer Norwood 1851[-1856] Memorial 459/34

MARTIN, Isaac carpenter Adelaide (Grenfell St) 1856 Memorial 155/106

No 1 - perhaps the same person

MARTIN, James carter Hindmarsh 1848 Memorial 258/13

MARTIN, James carrier Brompton 1861 Application 2417

No 2

MARTIN, James blacksmith Gawler 1850[-1853]. Wesleyan Methodist Church trustee Enrolment 41/8

MARTIN, James machinist Gawler 1863 Memorial 27/190

No 3

MARTIN, James baker Section 118 The Sturt 1851 Memorial 486/34

No 4

MARTIN, James landowner Kooringa 1851 Memorial 156/34

MARTIN, James [formerly landowner Kooringa but now] miner Bowden 1854[-1872] Memorial 499/76 & 188/259

MARTIN, James [formerly landowner Kooringa but now] miner near Adelaide 1871 Memorial 90/251

No 5

MARTIN, James and Peter farmers Penwortham 1851 Enrolment 61/32

MARTIN, James and Robert farmers Penwortham 1853 Memorial 223/53

MARTIN, James farmer Penwortham 1864[-1866] Memorial 288/198

MARTIN, James farmer Section 310 Hundred of Clare Co Stanley 1867 Memorial 243/224

No 6 - probably mixture of the Elder and the Younger

MARTIN, James sheep farmer Carrickalinga 1853 Memorial 230/60

MARTIN, James farmer Carrickalinga 1855[-1883] Memorial 83/95, Application 19603

MARTIN, James sheep farmer [formerly of Carrickalinga but now of] Myponga 1857[-1859] Memorial 337/115

MARTIN, James farmer formerly of Myponga but now of Yankalilla 1866 Application 7541

MARTIN, James farmer near Normanville 1866 Application 7905.

MARTIN, James formerly farmer Yankalilla 1861 but now sheepfarmer Carrickalinga 1864. He could not write Application 5500

No 7 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger; probably a continuation of No 6

MARTIN, James farmer Normanville Hundred of Minlacowie land grant 1881 Grant Book 19 Page 256 County Fergusson

MARTIN, James farmer Yankalilla 1883 Memorial 19/349

MARTIN, James farmer Normanville 1884 Memorial 44/360

MARTIN, James the Younger farmer Yankalilla 1891 Memorial 145/407

MARTIN, James the Elder farmer Normanville, died 6/12/1894. Father of Henry William Martin and George Martin farmers Brentwood and James Martin the Younger farmer Middleton Memorial 73/424

MARTIN, Ann widow of the late James Martin farmer Normanville, died 2/1/1900, of senile deay, aged 74 Application 23938

No 8

MARTIN, James carrier Adelaide 1861 Memorial 87/175

MARTIN, James carrier [formerly of Adelaide but now of] Brompton 1861[-1865] Memorial 304/178

MARTIN, James carrier formerly of Adelaide 1861 but now of Brompton 1867 Application 8598

No 9

MARTIN, James farmer Canowie. Hundred of Anne land grant 1868 Grant Book 60 Page 8 County Victoria

No 10

MARTIN, James butcher Kadina. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1869 Grant Book 14 Page 70 County Daly

MARTIN, James butcher Kadina. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1872[-1889] Grant Book 14 Page 78 County Daly

MARTIN, James butcher Kadina 1886[-1887] Memorial 31/378

MARTIN, James butcher Kadina linked with William Charles Martin butcher Kadina 1889 Memorial 91/397

No 11

MARTIN, James engineer Milang 1895[-1920] Memorial 147/423

No 12

MARTIN, James farmer Minlaton 1900 Application 23973.

No 1

MARTIN, James E clerk to Messrs BARTLEY & BAKEWELL solcitors Adelaide 1852[-1853] Memorial 355/43 Clerk to Messrs BARTLEY, BAKEWELL & STOW solicitors Adelaide 1854[-1859] Memorial 319/74

MARTIN, James E clerk to HW PARKER solicitor Adelaide 1854 Memorial 149/69

MARTIN, JE solicitor Adelaide 1859[-1864] Memorial 114/160

MARTIN, James Edward solicitor Adelaide 1866 Memorial 138/214

MARTIN, James Edward gentleman Adelaide 1873 Memorial 229/266

MARTIN, James McLeod carrier formerly of Pt Adelaide but now of Alberton 1937 Memorial 50/511

No 1

MARTIN, James Thorne accountant Unley 1886 Memorial 12/379

MARTIN, James Thorne accountant North Unley 1929 Memorial 111/501

MARTIN, James Reuben farmer Kingston S-E Hundred of Joyce land grant 1882 Grant Book 51 Page 8 County Robe

MARTIN, James Tubb farmer Mt Benson Hundred of Waterhouse land grant 1888 Grant Book 50 Page 27 County Robe

No 1

MARTIN, James William labourer on the Light 1906 Memorial 100/456

MARTIN, James William labourer Hamilton on the Light 1906 Application 25164

MARTIN, JC solicitor Adelaide 1913 Memorial 153/468

MARTIN, J Norton traffic superintendent Kingston S-E 1884 Memorial 156/360

No 1

MARTIN, John storekeeper Adelaide 1844 Memorial 49/4

MARTIN, John grocer Adelaide (Rundle St)1852[-1859] Memorial 298/39

MARTIN, John grocer formerly of Adelaide (Rundle St) but now of Kensington 1861 Memorial 221/178

No 2

MARTIN, John miner Victoria township near Kapunda 1852 Memorial 489/44

No 3 - perhaps a continuation of No 2

MARTIN, John miner Golden Point near Ballarat Vic 1857 linked with John Martin schoolmaster Adelaide (King William St) Memorial 7/127 Was there a family link with James E Martin clerk to Mr STOW solicitor Adelaide? [Likely a link between J Martin schoolmaster and JE Martin clerk] 1857 Memorial 8/127

No 4

MARTIN, John brickmaker Kooringa 1859 Memorial 327/154

No 5

MARTIN, John bricklayer and plasterer North Adelaide (Melbourne St) 1864 Memorial 154/193

No 6

MARTIN, John master mariner Pt Adelaide 1853[-1896] Memorial 124/59, Application 23124

MARTIN, John master mariner Birkenhead near Pt Adelaide 1875[-1882] Memorial 218/286

MARTIN, John master mariner Birkenhead, died c1901. Husband of Catherine Martin Memorial 242/442

MARTIN, John master mariner Pt Adelaide, died 4/4/1901. Husband of Catherine Martin Application 24282.

No 7

MARTIN, John shipwright Le Fevre Peninsula 1855[-1859] Memorial 495/86

No 8

MARTIN, John pilot Le Fevre Peninsula 1867[-1871] Memorial 210/225

No 9

MARTIN, John farmer East Auburn 1855 Memorial 120/91

MARTIN, John labourer East Auburn 1866 Memorial 117/210

No 10

MARTIN, John farmer Barossa 1863 Application 4747

MARTIN, John farmer North Para River near Gawler 1863[-1866] Memorial 92/190

MARTIN, John farmer near Concordia 1871 Memorial 118/253

MARTIN, John farmer North Para 1874 Application 13970

MARTIN, John farmer North Para River near Gawler, died 1879. By 1911, his children included William James Martin farmer near Gawler; John Hearle Martin, Mary Hearle Martin, Jane Martin and Esther Ann Martin all of near Gawler. John Felix Martin formerly machinist Gawler now out of business in WA 1911, also likely to have been a son of John Martin [Was John Martin a brother to James Martin foundry owner Gawler, one of the town's most influential residents?] Application 25921

No 11

MARTIN, John storekeeper Adelaide (Sturt St) 1863 Application 4703.

No 12

MARTIN, John miner Nelson township by Firewood Creek Hundred of Kooringa 1867 He could not write Application 8849

No 13

MARTIN, John farmer Plympton and Anne Martin [Anne Greenfield Martin] his wife 1868 Memorial 212/228

MARTIN, Anne Greenfield widow Adelaide 1889 Memorial 211/396

MARTIN, Anne Greenfield widow Gilles St, Adelaide, relict of John Martin farmer Plympton, died 27/11/1899. She was a daughter of the late John HORNABROOK licensed victualler Adelaide, and a sister to Charles Atkins Hornabrook licensed victualler Adelaide. Her children included - Charles Henry Martin carpenter and builder Hanson St, Adelaide, Elizabeth Anne Martin, Sydney Mason Martin, Alice Atkins HAWKES, Francis John Martin, Joseph Horace Martin, and James Martin. Her estate worth £500 Application 27426

No 14

MARTIN, John farmer Stockport 1871 Application 11801

No 15

MARTIN, John carrier Milang 1872 Memorial 116/263

No 16

MARTIN, John of Kooringa 1873 Memorial 23/255

John Martin 60 widower m Elizabeth WILLIAMS 52 widow on 29/3/1856 John PHILLIPS residence Kooringa.

Elizabeth Williams 26 m William JAMES the Younger 26 m 3/4/1871 A Trezise residence Black Springs

Matthew Williams William James the Elder

MARTIN, John miner Kooringa, died 9/2/1877. His personal estate to his wife, Elizabeth Martin absolutely, plus £52 a year from the trust estate for life, or her remarriage. Elizabeth Martin widow Pt Pirie, died 2/6/1879, of senile decay, aged 76. Then the yearly interest on £200 in trust to be paid to his stepdaughter, Elizabeth JAMES, for life, and then the principal to be divided equally absolutely in remainder expectant amongst her children after their mother's death. To the testator's grandchildren, various bequests absolutely - John Henry Martin, Mary Martin, John Martin RAWLING, Jill STEPHENS, EM HOLDER, Thomas Martin (blacksmith) and his mother Mary Martin [widow of the testator John Martin's son Nicholas Martin]. All unnamed grandchildren to receive £10 each absolutely. Money and certain real estate absolutely for John Martin's daughters Caroline JENKINS wife of James Jenkins farmer Sevenhill, Mary RAWLING wife of Charles Rawling miner Oueen St Kooringa, Avice SANDERS wife of John Sanders farmer nr Penwortham [later Booleroo] and Jane POLKINGHORNE (formerly HUMPHRIES/HUMPHRYS) wife of Thomas Polkinghorne farmer Coconut. After the life bequests have been met, the trust estate to be sold and the proceeds distributed equally absolutely in remainder expectant amongst the children of John Martin, or their own children, taking a deceased parent's share equally Application 18154

No 17

MARTIN, John machinist Gawler 1877[-1882] Memorials 130/300, 122/341, Application 16970

MARTIN, John formerly of Gawler but now out of business Mt Barker 1915 Memorial 80/472

No 18 - perhaps the same person

MARTIN, John livery stable keeper Adelaide hoped to become publican of the New Bird in Hand Hotel at the Montague Village 1878 Memorial 45/312

MARTIN, John formerly livery stable keeper but then merchant Adelaide, became a bankrupt in 1879 Memorial 92/321

No 19

MARTIN, John labourer Crystal Brook. Hundred of Crystal Brook land grant 1879 Grant Book 60 Page 229 County Victoria

No 20

MARTIN, John draper Adelaide 1880 Application 18319

No 21

MARTIN, John of Lochiel 1890 Memorial 232/402

No 20

MARTIN, John blacksmith Strathalbyn 1895[-1900]. Most likely a member of the Martin family at Echunga Memorial 152/423

MARTIN, John Claude solicitor Adelaide 1910 Memorial 176/462

No 1 - John Edwin Glason Martin

MARTIN, John and Paul farmers Lower Finniss 1858 Memorial 92/136

MARTIN, John Edwin Glason otherwise known as John Martin and MARTIN, Paul farmers Lower Finniss 1864 Application 4832

MARTIN, John and Paul farmers Milang 1869 Application 9968

No 1

MARTIN, John Felix machinist Gawler 1891 Application 22115

MARTIN, John Felix engineer formerly of Gawler but now of North Adelaide 1908 Memorial 241/459

MARTIN, John Felix engineer formerly of Gawler but now of Molesworth St, North Adelaide   1912 Memorial 221/466

No 1

MARTIN, John Hearle farmer near Gawler Co Gawler. Hundred of Koolunga land grant 1877 Grant Book 55 Page 183 County Stanley

MARTIN, John Hearle farmer near Redhill Redhill township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 14 Page 498 County Daly

MARTIN, John Hearle farmer Collinsfield 1883 Application 19886

MARTIN, John Henry farmer Adelaide 1854 Land grant near Kalangadoo Memorial 403/76

No 1

MARTIN, John Norton and William farmers McLaren Vale 1854 Memorial 56/73

MARTIN, John Norton and William farmers McLaren Vale 1857 Alfred Martin of McLaren Vale mentioned but not described Memorial 97/127

MARTIN, John Norton farmer McLaren Vale 1868[-1871] Memorial 223/231

MARTIN, John Robert contractor Kingston S-E Lacepede Bay 1884 Memorial 14/362

MARTIN, John Thomas miner Parkes NSW 1875 Application 16324

MARTIN, John Tub farmer Wattle Villa near Robe, died in 1871. Apart from a number of specific bequests to his daughters, he left his entire estate in trust to his wife, Maria Martin, during her lifetime, then to his two sons, John and James Martin, in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant. Daughters called Susanah VEARING nee Martin, Maria Martin, Mary Martin and Lydia Martin Memorial 87/251

MARTIN, Joseph blacksmith Kilkenny 1904 Memorial 166/450

No 1

MARTIN, Joseph James printer Alberton 1902 Application 24381

MARTIN, Joseph James labourer Queen St, Alberton. Pt Adelaide Workingmen's Association trustee 1929 Memorial 147/502

MARTIN, Joseph Stokes labourer Langhorne Creek 1909[-1932] Memorial 121/461

No 1

MARTIN, Josiah carpenter Adelaide (Grenfell St) 1853 Memorial 50/56

MARTIN, Josiah boarding house keeper Adelaide (Grenfell St) 1857 Memorial 26/201

MARTIN, J Thorne accountant Adelaide 1904 Memorial 147/451

MARTIN, Keith Herman hairdresser Gawler 1951 Memorial 147/526

MARTIN, Laurence Crown Solicitor's clerk Adelaide (227 East Tce) 1947 Application 28533

MARTIN, Lewis Henry farmer Pandappa Hundred of Wonna land grant 1900 Grant Book 40 Page 70 County Kimberley

No 1

MARTIN, Luty Alma married woman Kingston S-E 1908 Memorial 178/459

MARTIN, Luty Alma married woman formerly of Kingston S-E but now of Wangaratta Vic 1946 Memorial 95/520

MARTIN, Lydia widow Kapunda 1854 Memorial 33/73

MARTIN, M JP auctioneer Willunga 1954 Memorial 89/529

No 1

MARTIN, Malachai labourer Adelaide 1838 Application 9433

MARTIN, Malachai eating house keeper Salt Creek linked with Michael Martin farmer Willunga 1864 Memorial 14/199

MARTIN, Margaret widow Woodside 1872[-1878], died 6/7/1878. She left her entire estate to her youngest son, Thomas Martin Memorial 65/310

No 1

MARTIN, Mary widow Narracoorte 1877 Memorial 33/303

No 2

MARTIN, Mary widow Farina Hundred of Pichi Richi land grant 1882 Grant Book 49 Page 27 County Newcastle

No 3

MARTIN, Mary married woman 2 Orange Lane, Norwood 1953 Application 28930

No 1

MARTIN, Mary Jane widow Strathalbyn 1877 Memorial 29/301

MARTIN, Mary Jane widow Strathalbyn 1884 Application 20385

MARTIN, Mary Jane widow Strathalbyn, died 14/10/1899 Memorial 107/440

No 1 - likely mixture of the Elder and the Younger

MARTIN, Michael labourer Adelaide 1838 Farmer Willunga 1848 Application 22256

MARTIN, Michael labourer Adelaide 1838 Application 20821

MARTIN, Michael shepherd Adelaide 1838 Application 23610

MARTIN, Michael shepherd Adelaide 1840 Memorial 32/147

MARTIN, Michael farmer Somerset Farm Willunga 1845[-1858] Memorial 424/4

MARTIN, Michael shepherd Willunga 1851 Memorial 75/32

MARTIN, Michael farmer Somerset Farm near Aldinga 1858 Memorial 16/145

MARTIN, Michael farmer Aldinga 1865[-1866] Memorial 100/202

MARTIN, Michael farmer Willunga 1851[-1859] Memorial 157/38

MARTIN, Michael mail contractor Willunga 1859 Memorial 69/156

MARTIN, Michael farmer near Willunga 1860 Memorial 22/169

MARTIN, Michael farmer Willunga 1864 Application 5584

No 2

MARTIN, Michael farmer Craigdarroch [near Woodside] 1855[-1856] Memorial 439/87

No 3

MARTIN, Michael labourer Somerton 1864 Application 4889

No 4

MARTIN, Michael farmer Hundred of Willochra Hundred of Willochra land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 542 County Frome

No 5

MARTIN, Michael farmer Hoyleton. Hundred of Tarcowie land grant 1882 Grant Book 13 Page 51 County Dalhousie

No 1

MARTIN, Nicholas carpenter Adelaide 1859 Memorial 348/153

MARTIN, Nicholas carpenter formerly of Adelaide but now of Wallaroo Bay 1864 Memorial 161/198

MARTIN, Ophelia married woman Kapunda 1896 Application 23205

No 1

MARTIN, Patrick licensed victualler Norwood purchased The Vintage Shades for £2,080 from Joseph EDMUNDS gentleman norwood 1880 Memorial 27/321

MARTIN, Patrick licensed victualler Vintage Shades Hotel Norwood 1880 Memorial 79/322

MARTIN, Patrick licensed victualler Norwood, died c1880 intestate. Letters of administration to his widow, Catherine Martin, to settle the estate Memorial 79/354

No 2

MARTIN, Patrick labourer Adelaide 1884 Memorial 196/358

No 1

MARTIN, Paul yeoman Strathalbyn 1853 Memorial 25/50

MARTIN, Paul farmer Lower Finniss 1853 Memorial 289/59

MARTIN, Paul farmer Milang Co Hindmarsh. Hundred of Maitland land grant 1879 Grant Book 19 Page 103 County Fergusson

MARTIN, Paul farmer Milang Co Hindmarsh. Hundred of Appila land grant 1879 Grant Book 24 Page 498 County Frome

No 2 – probably a continuation of No 1

MARTIN, Paul farmer Appila Co Frome. Laura (Hundred of Booyoolie) township allotment land grant 1873 Grant Book 60 Page 455 County Victoria

MARTIN, Paul sheepfarmer Appila. Hundred of Appila land grant 1874 Grant Book 24 Page 489 County Frome

MARTIN, Paul farmer Appila trustee unnamed school Hundred of Appila land grant 1875 Grant Book 24 Page 491 County Frome

MARTIN, Paul farmer Appila-Yarrowie Appila township allotment land grant 1877 Grant Book 24 Page 482 County Frome

MARTIN, Paul farmer Appila-Yarrowie trustee unnamed Public Cemetery Hundred of Appila land grant 1878 Grant Book 24 Page 495 County Frome

MARTIN, Paul farmer Appila Yarrowie 1879 Book 13 Page 296 County Dalhousie

MARTIN, Paul storekeeper Caltowie 1885 Memorial 161/368

MARTIN, Paul licensed victualler Appila Yarrowie 1892 Memorial 223/413

MARTIN, Paul formerly storekeeper Caltowie but now licensed victualler Appila Yarrowie 1893 Memorial 76/417

No 3

MARTIN, Paul of Young St, Parkside Co Adelaide. Florieton (Hundred of Schomburgk) township allotment land grant 1882 Grant Book 9 Page 157 County Burra

No 1

MARTIN, Percival Charles civil servant Kent Town St Andrew’s Church of Scotland, Adelaide trustee 1893 Enrolment 51/54

MARTIN, Percival Charles civil servant The Grange 1900 Memorial 115/440

MARTIN, Peter merchant Adelaide. Trustee St Paul's Adelaide 1909 Memorial 235/461

No 1

MARTIN, Philip farmer Adelaide 1853[-1855] Memorial 380/77 Hundred of Talunga land grant 1855 Memorial 425/79

MARTIN, Philip the Elder farmer Adelaide had died before 1855. His son and heir at law, Philip Martin the Younger, had moved to Melbourne by 1855. Anna Martin the widow of Philip Martin the Elder remarried to Samuel BROWN draper St Sidwell's parish in the city of Exeter, Devon, England by 1855 Memorial 456/88

MARTIN, Philip Henry engineer Pt Adelaide 1924[-1935] Memorial 161/491, Application 27997 

MARTIN, R stockowner Lacepede Bay 1864 Memorial 120/197

MARTIN, R JP agent Norwood 1911 Memorial 74/465

MARTIN, Reuben Clarence labourer Robe S-E and Ivy Wilhelmina Martin his wife 1927 Memorial 71/498

MARTIN, Rex Bertram chemist Burra 1942 Memorial 52/516

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

MARTIN, Richard licensed victualler Adelaide 1854 Memorial 431/70

MARTIN, Harriet widow licensed victualler Adelaide, power of attorney to Alfred BONNIN solicitor Adelaide, to manage her SA business affairs 18/1/1862 Deposit 25/1862

MARTIN, Richard the Elder miner Gwennap, Cornwall, England married Harriet CORNISH of the same parish on 23/12/1846 Gwennap parish church (Rev’d Mr Phillpotts). The Martins emigrated to SA. Richard Martin the Younger born 7/10/1847 Adelaide. Richard Martin the Elder publican Adelaide died 29/8/1859 intestate. His eldest son and heir, Richard Martin the Younger, inherited as heir at law. Mrs Martin remarried 17/10/1863, to David MASON now printer Church Hill, Sydney NSW. Richard Martin the Younger now clerk Sydney 1869. How was Colin Michael Martin bricklayer Norwood 1851 linked to the Richard Martin family?? Application 9668.

MARTIN, Richard [the Younger] formerly licensed victualler Adelaide 1854 but now clerk Sydney NSW 1869 Application 9668

No 3 - perhaps a family link with these people

MARTIN, Richard carpenter Strathalbyn 1850[-1855] Memorial 249/20

MARTIN, Richard formerly wheelwright Strathalbyn, but now farmer Pt Martin - this place is where in SA?. He had left Strathalbyn more than 5 years ago. A Richard Martin of Bugle Ranges made this statement in 1863. Application 4056

MARTIN, Richard stonemason Strathalbyn 1866 Memorial 250/212

MARTIN, Richard dairyman near Strathalbyn. Strathalbyn Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee 1869 Memorial 186/242

No 2

MARTIN, Richard gentleman Marryatville 1860 Memorial 270/168

MARTIN, Richard gentleman Marryatville owned the Marryatville Hotel 1861 Memorial 431/70

MARTIN, Richard gentleman formerly of Marryatville 1860 but now of 26 Budge Row, Middlesex, England 1877 Application 16488

No 3 - perhaps the same person

MARTIN, Richard farmer Pt Willunga 1860 Application 1129

MARTIN, Richard farmer Inman Valley 1860 Application 1782

MARTIN, Richard farmer Inman Valley 1870 Application 10963

MARTIN, Richard farmer Inman Valley 1876 Memorial 151/291

MARTIN, Richard butcher Inman Valley 1877 Application 15893

MARTIN, Richard farmer Inman Valley Hundred of Encounter Bay land grant 1877[-1901] Grant Book 36 Page 87 County Hindmarsh

MARTIN, Richard farmer Inman Valley father of Herbert Thomas Martin and Henry Albert Martin sheepfarmers Inman Valley 1911 Memorial 82/465

No 4

MARTIN, Richard merchant Adelaide, power of attorney to Charles RISCHBIETH of Adelaide, to manage his personal business interests and particularly in connection with G & R Wills & Co, in which he was a partner 7/6/1870 Deposit 145/1880

MARTIN, Richard gentleman Medindie, father of Henry Richard Mason Martin gentleman of the firm of Martin Bros usually of Adelaide but at present residing in London, Middlesex, England. Another son, Horace James Sewell Martin, had suddenly disappeared from Adelaide and had not been heard of for some time - a move for his brother to expel him from the partnership and acquire his share for himself 1890 Memorial 180/404

MARTIN, Richard gentleman Robe Tce, Medindie 1910, father of Horace James Sewell Martin draper Adelaide (Rundle St) who died 11/5/1890 intestate Memorial 151/468

MARTIN, Richard gentleman St Stephen's Robe Tce, Medindie, died 3/10/1912. Father of Charles Garnett Sydney Martin draper Adelaide Memorial 152/468

No 5

MARTIN, Richard labourer Stepney 1889 He could not write Application 21547

No 1

MARTIN, Robert contractor Pt Wakefield 1852[-1853] Memorial 377/44

No 2

MARTIN, Robert labourer Penwortham 1852 Memorial 224/53

MARTIN, Robert farmer Penwortham 1866 Memorial 159/212

MARTIN, Robert farmer Penwortham Co Stanley. Hundred of Anne land grant 1868 Grant Book 60 Page 8 County Victoria

No 3

MARTIN, Robert waiter Pt Adelaide 1854 Memorial 261/71

MARTIN, Robert full age bachelor waiter St Pancras (Father Thomas Martin coachman) married Ann Frances GOUGH full age spinster St Pancras (Father: Edward Gough hatter) 5/5/1853 in St Pancras parish church. Witnesses: Edward Gough the Younger and Hannah Gough. The Martins emigrated to SA, where Robert was a barman and waiter at Pt Adelaide, when his son, Henry Robert Martin was born on 2/8/1856. Robert Martin emigrated to New Zealand. He died 13/6/1862 Dunedin intestate, of epileptic convulsions, aged 30. He was a boarding house keeper in Dunedin. Frederick Martin hotelkeeper Dunedin was the informant. Henry Robert Martin, son of Robert Martin, was a storeman of Otago, New Zealand, when he came on a visit to Adelaide in 1877. [How was Edward GOUGH carpenter Marlborough St, St Kilda Vic 1877, related to Mrs Robert Martin?] Application 16387

No 4

MARTIN, Robert labourer Hindmarsh 1854 Memorial 368/63

MARTIN, Robert farmer formerly of Hindmarsh but now of the North Road 1857 Memorial 134/128

No 5 - perhaps the same person; perhaps a continuation of MARTIN, Robert farmer Enfield 1860 Memorial 209/276

MARTIN, Robert farmer The Pine Forest 1863 Application 4075

MARTIN, Robert farmer near Enfield 1866 Application 7190

MARTIN, Robert farmer Dublin 1876 Memorial 170/295

MARTIN, Robert farmer Dublin 1876 Application 15492

MARTIN, Robert farmer near Enfield Hundred of Dublin land grant 1877[-1884] Grant Book 26 Page 336 County Gawler

MARTIN, Robert farmer Dublin Hundred of Dublin land grant 1877[-1886] Grant Book 26 Page 339 County Gawler

No 6

MARTIN, Robert farmer and carrier Echunga 1898 Memorial 46/436

MARTIN, Robert James teamster Lostwithiel 1859 Memorial 182/161

MARTIN, Robert W butcher Kingston S-E 1878 Memorial 152/312

MARTIN, Ronald Henry vigneron Stoneyfell near Burnside 1912 Application 26156

MARTIN, Royden of Plympton a private in the AIF 1916 Memorial 186/474

MARTIN, Samuel farmer Hawker trustee unnamed School Hundred of Arkaba Hundred of Arkaba land grant 1888 Grant Book 33 Page 4 County Hanson

MARTIN, Sarah Ann widow McLaren Vale 1901[-1903] Memorial 232/444

MARTIN, Sidney JP land agent Pt Adelaide linked with Catherine Martin widow Birkenhead 1902 Memorial 217/445

No 1

MARTIN, Stephen engineer Thebarton 1854 Memorial 8/77

MARTIN, Stephen flourmiller Mt Barker 1859 Memorial 98/155

MARTIN, Stephen engineer Mt Barker 1861 Application 2676

MARTIN, Stephen engineer Mt Barker 1866 Application 7583

No 2

MARTIN, Stephen farmer Kapunda 1855 Memorial 341/82

No 3

MARTIN, Stephen miner Adelaide 1856 Enrolment/ FIND

No 4

MARTIN, Stephen labourer Moonta, died 24/5/1920. Executor – Percy MATTERS miner Moonta Grant Book 15 Page 46 County Daly

No 1

MARTIN, Thomas farmer formerly of Plympton Hamlets but now of Willunga 1850 Memorial 285/46

MARTIN, Thomas farmer Willunga 1848[-1861] Memorial 458/20

No 2 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

MARTIN, Thomas slate quarrier Willunga 1853[-1859] Memorial 456/49

MARTIN, Thomas slate merchant Willunga 1857[-1879] Memorial 104/117, Application 5225

MARTIN, Thomas slate quarry proprietor Willunga 1873[-1893] Memorial 92/267

MARTIN, Thomas JP slate quarries Willunga 1879 Memorial 99/314

MARTIN, Thomas slate merchant Willunga and Bridget Martin his wife formerly Bridget HALL. Mrs Martin linked with Spencer Atkinson Hall bank manager Adelaide 1887 Memorial 118/386

MARTIN, Thomas slate merchant Willunga 1894 Application 22787

MARTIN, Thomas quarry proprietor Willunga and Bridget Martin his wife 1895 Application 22869

MARTIN, Thomas slate merchant Willunga, died 1/2/1900 of senile decay and cardiac dropsy, aged 74 Application 24943

MARTIN, Thomas slate merchant Willunga 1929 Application 27776

MARTIN, Thomas out of business Willunga, died 28/7/1942. Executors; Wilton Thomas Martin assayer Castlemaine Vic, Frank Reginald Martin farmer Willunga and Melville PETHICK fruitgrower Renmark Memorial 156/517

No 3

MARTIN, Thomas of Pt Willunga 1887 Memorial 107/388

MARTIN, Thomas farmer Pt Willunga, died 13/11/1916. Husband of Mary Martin. Father of Harold James Martin wheelwright formerly of Blyth but now of Koolunga, Maurice Victor Martin blacksmith formerly of Pt Willunga but now of Aldinga, John Stanley Bisset Martin, Clarence Francis Martin and Allan Ross Martin Memorial 34/476

MARTIN, Thomas the Elder farmer Pt Willunga, died 13/11/1916. Father of Harold James Martin wheelwright Koolunga, Maurice Victor Martin blacksmith Aldinga and Clarence Francis Martin farmer Aldinga 1925 Memorial 108/493

No 4

MARTIN, Thomas Esquire Adelaide 1842 Dry Creek land purchase Enrolment 4/32

MARTIN, Thomas farmer Dry Creek 1842 Enrolment/ FIND

MARTIN, Thomas Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now of Gawler River 1848 Memorial 390/44

MARTIN, Thomas stockholder Moreton Villa 1849. 5 Hundred of Munno Para land grants Co Light Memorial 338/22

MARTIN, Thomas stockholder Moreton Villa Gawler River 1850 Memorial 90/40

MARTIN, Thomas Esquire North Tce, Adelaide 1852 Memorial 201/41

MARTIN, Thomas gentleman North Tce, Adelaide, about to depart SA to live elsewhere, power of attorney to John HECTOR accountant Adelaide and Edward Amand WRIGHT land agent Adelaide, to manage his estates 8/1/1853 & 7/11/1854 Deposits 214/OA, 237/OA

MARTIN, Thomas Esquire formerly of North Tce, Adelaide, but now of parts beyond the seas 1854[-1855] Memorial 126/64 Linked with Edward Martin licensed victualler Gawler 1855 [Is this a family link or just a trade link?] Memorial 337/91

MARTIN, Thomas gentleman formerly of Adelaide (Rundle St) but now of London, Middlesex, England 1863 Memorial 274/191

MARTIN, Thomas formerly gentleman Adelaide 1852 but now Esquire Compton Tce, Islington, Middlesex, England 1873. He lived at this address when he presented land to the Gawler Institute Committee to extend the Institute Application 12950

MARTIN, Thomas Esquire formerly of Adelaide, but now of Beechwood Withdean near Brighton, Sussex, England 1882 Application 19400

MARTIN, Mary widow of Thomas Martin of independent means Beechwood Withdean near Patcham, Sussex, England, died 18/12/1906, of general senile decay and heart failure, aged 88. Her step-daughter, AAL WALKER, of 54 Wilbury Road, Hove, was the informant Deposit 17/1913

No 5

MARTIN, Thomas wheelwright Adelaide 1852, linked with William Martin the Younger of Adelaide Memorial 98/45

MARTIN, Thomas machinist Gawler 1860 Application 1451

MARTIN, Thomas wheelwright Gawler 1861 Memorial 192/178

MARTIN, Thomas coachbuilder Gawler 1863 Memorial 33/188

MARTIN, Thomas machinist and coach manufacturer Gawler 1863 Memorial 154/188

MARTIN, Thomas wheelwright Gawler linked with William Martin the Younger licensed victualler Adelaide 1865 Memorial 211/202

No 6

MARTIN, Thomas publican and farmer Aldinga and Mary Martin his wife 1862 Memorial 72/383

MARTIN, Thomas the Elder publican and farmer Aldinga, died 14/8/1862. His widow, Mary Martin, remarried to Henry SKELLETT, and then died 2/3/1887 intestate. Children by 1887 - Elizabeth Martin married Charles Henry BISSETT and died in October 1883 without descendants. John Martin died 17/12/1879 unmarried and intestate. Mary Ann Martin marrried Elijah LOVELOCK farmer Yankalilla, Charlotte Martin married John Prowse of Inman Valley, and Catherine Martin married John ELLIS of Aldinga, Richard Martin farmer Inman Valley and Thomas Martin the Younger farmer Aldinga Memorial 46/384

No 7

MARTIN, Thomas labourer Bowden 1855 Memorial 456/80

No 8

MARTIN, Thomas miner Kapunda 1861 Memorial 109/176

MARTIN, Thomas miner Kapunda, died 9/1/1872 intestate. His widow, Jane Martin, gained letters of administration for the estate. Jane Martin 26 widow Kapunda (Father: Nicholas ANDREW) remarried to Joseph WILLIAMS 30 shoemaker Kapunda (Father: William Williams) on 18/3/1872 Pirie St Wesleyan Parsonage. Witnesses: Archibald James BOGLE Wesleyan Minister Adelaide and Gertrude JAMES of Adelaide Application 17986

No 9

MARTIN, Thomas farmer Kanmantoo 1863 Memorial 328/191

No 10

MARTIN, Thomas farmer Penwortham 1866 Memorial 320/208

No 11 - perhaps of the same family

MARTIN, Thomas a minor Aldinga 1874 Application 13324

MARTIN, T JP of Aldinga 1898 Memorial 118/435

No 11

MARTIN, Thomas farmer Hoyleton Co Stanley. Hundred of Tarcowie land grant 1883 Grant Book 13 Page 52 County Dalhousie

No 12

MARTIN, Thomas Junr carrier Willunga 1887 Application 21275

No 13

MARTIN, Thomas labourer Payneham 1893 Memorial 150/417

MARTIN, Thomas labourer Hectorville and Catherine Martin his wife 1897 Memorial 61/432

MARTIN, Catherine Kate 37 widow of Thomas Martin labourer Hectorville (Father: John RYAN) married Joseph JOHNSTON 48 widower engine driver Hectorville (Father: William Johnston) on 20/9/1904 St Mary's Hectorville. Minister: Charles HAENDL. Witnesses: Elizabeth Ryan spinster and John Ryan gardener Hectorville. Catherine Johnston of Barker Ave, Findon, died 26/6/1944. She left her real estate to Robert Victor Martin no description 1945 Application 28422

No 14

MARTIN, Thomas of Woodside youngest son of Margaret Martin widow Woodside now deceased 1896 Memorial 74/429

MARTIN, Thomas hawker Woodside 1898, youngest son of Margaret Martin who died 6/7/1878 Application 23515

No 15

MARTIN, Thomas farmer Mount Monster Keith. Hundred of Tatiara land grant 1906 Grant Book 7 Page 28 County Buckingham

No 1

MARTIN, Thomas Alexander stone mason Yankalilla 1867 Memorial 25/222

MARTIN, Thomas Alexander engineer Yankalilla 1870 Memorial 214/262

MARTIN, Thompson builder Hilton 1849[-1850] Memorial 81/18

MARTIN, Valma Faith dentist's assistant Kingston S-E 1940 Memorial 140/514

MARTIN, Virgil John builder Adelaide 1926 Application 27497

No 1 - perhaps the same person

MARTIN, Vivian Stevens miner Adelaide 1853 Memorial 247/46

MARTIN, VS of Adelaide 1888 Memorial 10/391

No 1

MARTIN, William farmer Adelaide 1848 Memorial 62/12

MARTIN, William stockholder Adelaide 1849 Memorial 402/15

MARTIN, William farmer Unley 1851[-1853] Memorial 227/34

No 2 - perhaps the same person

MARTIN, William bricklayer North Adelaide 1850. He and his under age children - Alfred, Norton and Susan - agreed to lease the southern moiety of Section 141 Hundred of Noarlunga, for 3 years Memorial 53/22.

MARTIN, Maria widow Adelaide relict of the late William Martin formerly bricklayer Adelaide but now deceased; and before her marriage to W Martin she was the relict of the late Richard BURN now deceased 1856 Memorial 302/112

No 3 - probably mixture of the Elder and the Younger

MARTIN, William miner Reedy Creek 20/8/1850 bought a share in a land grant of 68 acre Section 1560 Co Light, with two fellow miners Enrolment 14/43

MARTIN, William farmer Reedy Creek Mines 1860 Memorial 273/163

MARTIN, William miner Reedy Creek 1852 Allen Creek land grant Memorial 303/45 Formerly of the Reedy Creek Mine but now of Allen Creek Co Light 1852[-1854] Memorials 62 & 63/46

MARTIN, William miner Kapunda 1864 Memorial 82/199

No 4

MARTIN, William plasterer formerly of West Tce, Adelaide 1854 but now of Kadina 1872 Application 12106

No 4

MARTIN, William gardener Hamilton on the Light 1858[-1863] Memorial 304/140

MARTIN, William farmer Hamilton on the Light 1860[-1863] Memorial 263/161

MARTIN, William formerly gardener Hamilton on the Light 1863 but now labourer Adelaide 1865 [Apparently only a temporary move - he had returned to Hamilton by 1875] Application 6171

MARTIN, William labourer Hamilton on the Light linked with James William Martin of the same place 1875 Memorial 246/282

No 5

MARTIN, William the Elder carpenter Adelaide 1852, linked with William Martin the Younger of Adelaide Memorial 285/44

MARTIN, William farmer Adelaide 1856 Memorial 13/108

MARTIN, William wheelwright Gawler linked with William Martin the Younger licensed victualler Adelaide 1865 Memorial 211/202

No 6

MARTIN, William farmer Gawler 1854 Memorial 210/81

MARTIN, William farmer Willaston 1858 Memorial 64/138

MARTIN, William farmer formerly of Willaston but now of Gawler Hills 1862 Memorial 331/185

No 7 - probably the Younger; probably son of William Martin the Elder of Adelaide and Gawler

MARTIN, William innkeeper Adelaide 1858 Memorial 19/146

MARTIN, William licensed victualler Adelaide 1862[-1867] Memorial 94/183

MARTIN, William licensed victualler Adelaide 1860 Application 1386

MARTIN, William the Younger formerly wheelwright Adelaide 1852 now winegrower Goodwood Park 1868 Application 9401

MARTIN, William the Younger winegrower Goodwood Park 1868 Memorial 30/233

MARTIN, William licensed victualler Adelaide became a bankrupt in 1869. He died in 1884. Brother to George and Edward Martin of Gawler 1869. Brother George Martin was a licensed victualler in Currie St, Adelaide in 1903. The above William Martin not to be confused with Wiliam Martin formerly farmer Willaston 1858 but now living in Gawler 1903 Application 24418

No 9

MARTIN, William miner Bowden linked with William BRYANT miner Bowden 1853 Grant Book 1 Page 89 County Adelaide

MARTIN, William miner Bowden 1854 Hundred of Munno Para land grant Memorial 243/78

MARTIN, William formerly miner Bowden 1854 but now farmer Gawler Hills 1865 Application 6184

No 10

MARTIN, William farmer Section 132 Survey C 1857[-1862] Memorial 101/123

No 11

MARTIN, William mail driver Kooringa 1865. He could not write Application 26546

No 11

MARTIN, WIlliam teacher McLaren Vale 1868 Memorial 224/231

No 12

MARTIN, William farmer near Mintaro Hundred of Ayers land grant 1868 Grant Book 56 Page 203 County Stanley

MARTIN, William sheepfarmer McCoy Wells Eastern Plains Hundred of Ayers land grant 1870 Grant Book 56 Page 189 County Stanley

MARTIN, William sheepfarmer near Kooringa Hundred of Ayers land grant 1871[-1873] Grant Book 56 Page 189 County Stanley

No 12

MARTIN, William butcher Naracoorte Hundred of Naracoorte land grant 1886 Grant Book 50 Page 116 County Robe

No 12

MARTIN, William clerk Strathalbyn 1890 Memorial 41/404

MARTIN, William law clerk Strathalbyn 1891 Memorial 63/409

No 8

MARTIN, Wiliam the Younger farmer Hundred of Erskine 1892 Memorial 7/415

No 13

MARTIN, William teamster Kapunda and Ophelia Martin his wife 1900 Memorial 225/439

No 1

MARTIN, William Charles clerk to PMCW GLYNN Kapunda 1887 Memorial 225/382

MARTIN, William Charles clerk Kapunda 1894[-1910] Memorial 77/423

MARTIN, William Charles clerk to Messrs GLYNN & PARSONS of Kapunda 1900 Memorial 106/440

MARTIN, WC law clerk Kapunda 1901 Memorial 231/444

MARTIN, William Charles law clerk Kapunda 1914 Application 26391

MARTIN, William Charles law clerk Kapunda, died 17/10/1927 Memorial 101/499

No 2

MARTIN, William Charles farmer Kadina. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1881 Grant Book 14 Page 67 County Daly

MARTIN, William Charles butcher Kadina. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1889 Grant Book 14 Page 90 County Daly

No 1

MARTIN, William Henry miner Adelaide 1851 Memorial 61/38

No 2 - perhaps the same person

MARTIN, William Henry farmer Adelaide (Logan St) 1863 Application 4351

MARTIN, William Henry gentleman Adelaide 1878 Memorial 170/312

No 3

MARTIN, William Henry farmer Mt Torrens 1867[-1882] Memorial 128/218, Application 18998

No 4

MARTIN, William Henry of Redruth purchased the leasehold on the Miner's Arms Hotel and paddock Kooringa 1875 Memorial 33/280

MARTIN, William Henry gentleman Kooringa 1877 Memorial 18/314

No 4

MARTIN, William Henry sheep farmer Springbank near Kooringa 1876 Application 15089

MARTIN, William Samuel engine fitter Prospect 1891[-1897] Memorial 182/407, Application 23418

MARTIN, WS law clerk Kapunda 1923 Memorial 89/487

MARINELLI, Nicola gardener Hectorville and Antonietta Marinelli his wife 1937 Application 28076

No 1

MARTINE, Alice Mary and Margaret Ellen spinsters Le Fevre Peninsula 1865 Memorial 323/206

MARTINE, Alice Mary Martini married Gottlieb Niels JENSEN mariner Pt Adelaide. Her sister, Margaret Ellen Martine, married Peter JOHNSON mariner Pt Adelaide 1882 Application 18996

MARTINE, Charles labourer Le Fevre Peninsula 1864 Memorial 286/198

No 1

MARTINE, Paul Charles boiler maker Pt Adelaide 1855[-1881] Memorial 71/85, Application 18837

MARTINE, Paul Charles boiler maker Exeter, died 25/7/1884. He left his entire estate in trust to his wife, Mary Ann Martine, for her lifetime, then in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant to his children - by 1901 included Amelia Mary Martine domestic servant Rosewater, Robert Paul Martine labourer Peterhead, Elizabeth Ann Martine (now wife of Ernest Penn ropemaker Queenstown) and Ethelina Eliza Martine domestic servant Rosewater. Estate worth £45. Mary Ann Martine (sometimes known as Carrie Martine) 37 widow Exeter (Father: Robert AXWORTHY) married Phillip YOUNG 42 widower storekeeper Pt Adelaide (Father; Peter Young) on 22/2/1887 Pt Adelaide District Registry Office. Witnesses: Charles LUCAS labourer Pt Adelaide and Edith MANN of Exeter. By 1901, Philip Young was a carrier at Rosewater Application 24197

No 1

MARTLEW, Charles the Elder mason near Sandergrove 1876 Memorial 161/290

MARTLEW, Charles the Elder mason formerly of near Sandergrove but now of Mundalla 1890 Memorial 153/404

No 2

MARTLEW, Charles labourer Mannanarie. Hundred of Tarcowie land grant 1881 Grant Book 13 Page 49 County Dalhousie

MARTLEW, Edwin Alfred farmer Buckingham. Hundred of Wirrega land grant 1899 Grant Book 7 Page 48 County Buckingham

MARTLEW, Henry William farmer Bordertown 1893 Memorial 222/418

MARTON, George cordwainer Thebarton 1852 Memorial 455/44

MARTTENI, Charles labourer Le Fevre Peninsula 1864 Memorial 286/198

MARTYR, Joseph of Blanchewater 1893 Memorial 173/418

No 1

MARVAL, Adolph Emile French language professor Adelaide (Rundle Place off North Tce) 1876[-1881] Memorial 238/292

MARVAL, Adolph Emile professor of the French language Adelaide 1880 Application 18090

MARVAL, Adolph Emile of Richmond 1882 Application 19291

MARVAL, Adolph Emile Mayor of Brighton 1884. He stated that a private road dividing Block 15 from Block 16 used to be the only way to the Brighton beach before Kings Road opened Application 20135

MARVAL, Adolph Emile agent The Parade Norwood 1889 Memorial 121/396

MARVAL, Adolph Emile agent The Parade Norwood, about to leave the province temporarily, power of attorney to John Caldwell CRAWFORD accountant Adelaide, to manage his SA business interests 28/2/1889 Deposit 18/1889

MARVAL, Adolph Emile agent Adelaide (Pirie St) 1905 Application 24997

No 1

MARVELL, William bootmaker Adelaide (Currie St) 1851[-1855] Memorial 304/38

MARVELL, William bootmaker Adelaide 1853 Pt Elliot allotment purchase Memorial 298/95

MARVELL, Eliza widow Adelaide 1872, relict of the late William Marvell bootmaker Adelaide (Currie St) 1851 Application 12033

MARVELL, William shoemaker Adelaide, died 16/6/1870 intestate of nephritis, aged 57. His widow, Eliza Marvell, died 14/9/1876. His only son, Thomas Marvell shoemaker Adelaide (Currie St) 1877, born 29/11/1836 Halifax, Yorks, England, inherited his father's estate as heir at law. Two daughters of William Marvell in 1877 included - Jane COUCH wife of William Couch carpenter Beulah Rd, Norwood and Frances Couch, wife of Alfred Couch carpenter North Adelaide (Tynte St) Application 16422

MARWICK, Frederick gardener Newton near Campbelltown post office 1900 Application 24065

MARWITZ, Heinrich farmer near Greenock Creek 1857 Memorial 347/125

No 1 - perhaps the same person

MARWOOD, Matthew merchant Melbourne Vic 1862 Memorial 217/260

MARWOOD, Matthew merchant Adelaide carrying on business under the style or firm of M Marwood & Co 1876 Memorial 169/294

MARWOOD, Matthew merchant Adelaide, trading as M Marwood & Co, power of attorney to David Ogilvy PALMER gentleman Adelaide, whether I shall be resident in the said province or elsewhere, to manage his SA business affairs 15/9/1876 Deposit 223/1876

MASCH, Rudolf clerk Adelaide 1877 Memorial 179/298

No 1

MASCHMEDT, Christian farmer Adelaide 1849 Memorial 412/14

MASCHMEDT, Christian farmer Gilles Plains 1850[-1855] Memorial 263/23

MASCHMEDT, Christian minister of the gospel St Peters 1890 Memorial 64/405

MASCHMEDT, Christian Franz Wilhelm blacksmith Payneham 1898[-1899] Memorial 220/433

MASCHMEDT, L road foreman Enfield 1915 Memorial 139/474

MASE, Samuel John licensed victualler Adelaide (Lady Fergusson Hotel Currie St) 1901 Memorial 83/439

MASEY, Israel fisherman Alberton 1857 Memorial 77/161

No 1

MASEY, Thomas Adair barrister at law Walkerville 1883 Memorial 123/348

MASEY, Thomas Adair barrister at law formerly of the Inner Temple, London, Middlesex, England but now temporarily of Adelaide 1890. The Surflen family in England had despatched him to settle the estate of the late Edward SURFLEN formerly farmer Reedbeds, who died 16/10/1881 intestate and without a parent Memorial 211/402

No 1

MASHFORD, George May gentleman Kensington1850 Memorial 367/17, Application 17388

MASHFORD, George May plasterer Marryatville died 14/9/1850. He left his house and land at Marryatville rented to Lavington GLYDE, to his mother Mary Mashford, and his sisters, Elizabeth LEWIS, Mary Ann Mashford and Jane Mashford Memorial 306/27

MASHFORD - sisters LEWIS, Elizabeth nee Mashford married woman Marryatville wife of Peter Lewis of the Victorian diggings; STRACHAN, Mary Ann nee Mashford wife of William Molison Strachan gentleman Melbourne; and Jane O'BRIEN nee Mashford wife of George O'Brien surveyor, architect and engineer Melbourne Vic 1855 Memorial 61/91

MASHFORD, Robert John Langmaid farmer Newton 1886 Memorial 31/378

MASHFORD, Susannah widow Kensington 1849. She had remarried to John PUTLAND farmer Kensington by 1852 Memorials 484/17 & 472/43

No 1

MASKELL, James farmer Cheltenham 1868 Memorial 223/439

MASKELL, James farmer Cheltenham near Pt Adelaide 1875 Memorial 110/284

MASKELL, James farmer Cheltenham, died 13/6/1896. His real estate to his wife, Mary Maskell, in trust for life. After her death and the payment of a £50 legacy to daughter, Mary Maskell, the executors had the choice of either dividing the estate equally between the other two daughters or selling the estate and distributing the money equally absolutely in remainder expectant between the other two daughters. In 1897, when the property passed under the RPA, Mary Maskell voluntarily surrendered her legacy, leaving the estate to her two sisters, Susan ANGELINAWICH wife of Anthony Angelinawich master Mariner Pt Adelaid, and Margaret HARVEY widow formerly of Cheltenham now of the Portland Estate Application 23277

MASKELL, Mary widow of James Maskell farmer Cheltenham deceased, died 22/11/1902 Application 24888

MASKELL, Thomas of the Hundred of Ramsay 1884 Memorial 111/359

MASLEN, John farmer formerly of Adelaide but now of Morphett Vale 1847 Memorial 119/10

No 1

MASLEN, Levi farmer Munno Para 1861 Memorial292/173

MASLEN, Levi farmer Virginia 1878 Memorial 57/305

MASLEN, Robert farmer Mt Barker 1850 Memorial 172/26

No 1

MASLEN, Thomas William surgeon Wellington on the Murray 1854 Memorial 245/78

MASLEN, Thomas William gentleman Wellington on the Murray 1862 Memorial 208/183

MASLEN, Thomas William surgeon Langhorne Creek 1869 Application 9841

MASLEN, Thomas William gentleman [formerly of Wellington but now of] Swanport 1875 Memorial 44/282

MASLEN, Thomas William gentleman [formerly of Swanport but now of] Wellington on the Murray 1882 Memorial 211/342

MASLIN, Alfred farmer Aldinga Hundred of Willochra land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 543 County Frome

No 1 - Charles Blackmore Maslin

MASLIN, Charles sheepfarmer Warrakimbo. Trustee Cemetery Hookina (Hundred of Barndioota) allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 66 Page 106 County Blachford

MASLIN, Charles station manager Warrakimbo, power of attorney to John William DOWNER solicitor Adelaide, to collect a debt of £379/10/- which Charles Bennett RICHARDS owes C Maslin 3/10/1881 Deposit 181/1881

MASLIN, Charles Blackmore station manager Warrakimbo Station 1884 Memorial 212/358

MASLIN, CJ of Bundaleer 1876 Memorial 140/293

MASLIN, Frederick gardener Pt Victor Hundred of Encounter Bay land grant 1896 Grant Book 36 Page 93 County Hindmarsh

No 1

MASLIN, George [formerly] labourer Black Forest 1849 Memorial 375/65

MASLIN, George [now] yeoman Black Forest 1854 Memorial 376/65

MASLIN, George [formerly of the Black Forest but now] farmer Flagstaff Hill 1854 Memorial 258/65

MASLIN, George farmer [probably formerly of Flagstaff Hill but now of] Myponga 1857 Memorial 34/117

No 1

MASLIN, George Edward sheepfarmer Hoyleton 1886 Memorial 248/379

MASLIN, George Edward gentleman Gadonga near Leasingham 1888 Memorial 129/390

MASLIN, George Edward sheepfarmer Mintaro 1897 Memorial 211/431

MASLIN, Harry farmer Hindmarsh Valley 1889 Memorial 121/398

MASLIN, James Frederick sheepfarmer Bundaleer 1905 Memorial 195/452

MASLIN, Job gardener Pt Victor Hundred of Encounter Bay land grant 1887 Grant Book 36 Page 85 County Hindmarsh

No 1

MASLIN, John formerly of Adelaide, but now farmer Morphett Vale 1847 Memorial 119/10

No 2

MASLIN, John sheep farmer The Hummocks 1869 Memorial 248/243

MASLIN, John sheepfarmer The Hummocks. Hundred of Redhill land grant 1872 Grant Book 14 Page 352 County Daly

MASLIN, John formerly of the Hummocks but now of Bundaleer 1877 Memorial 235/296

MASLIN, John sheep farmer Bundaleer Co Victoria 1879[-1899] Memorial 154/313

MASLIN, John stockholder Bundaleer, power of attorney to Adolph von TREUER gentleman Adelaide, to manage his SA business interests 15/3/1880 Deposit 53/1880

MASLIN, John stockholder Bundaleer Co Victoria. Hundred of Koolunga land grant 1897 Grant Book 55 Page 193 County Stanley

MASLIN, John stockholder Bundaleer. Hundred of Yangya land grant 1899 Grant Book 60 Page 94 County Victoria

MASLIN, Levi farmer Pt Gawler Hundred of Pt Gawler land grant 1883 Grant Book 27 Page 345 County Gawler

No 1

MASLIN, Thomas licensed victualler Adelaide 1838 Application 3100

MASLIN, Thomas licensed victualler Adelaide 1842 Memorial 419/1

MASLIN, Thomas farmer Adelaide (Hindley St) 1847 Memorial 437/8

MASLIN, Thomas storekeeper Adelaide 1849 Memorial 489/41

MASLIN, Thomas farmer Noarlunga 1855 Kingston Wesleyan Methodist chapel trustee Memorial 395/93

MASLIN, Thomas farmer formerly of Adelaide but now of Yankalilla 1863 Memorial 69/188

MASLIN, Thomas formerly licensed victualler Adelaide 1852 but now farmer Aldinga 1866 Application 8004

MASLIN, Thomas farmer Aldinga 1876 Memorial 131/294

MASLIN, Thomas formerly grocer Adelaide but now farmer Aldinga 1881 Memorial 109/335, Application 18431

No 2

MASLIN, Thomas the Elder of Tam O'Shanter Belt 1876 Application 15341

No 1

MASON, Arthur Harold decorator East Adelaide 1928[-1935] Memorial 43/500, Application 27924

MASON, Arthur Harold decorator 9 Walkerville Road, St Peters 1936[-1958] Memorial 172/509, Application 29309

MASON, Cecil Gillett Dickinson gardener Forest Range 1953 Memorial 13/528

No 1

MASON, Charles Henry farmer Happy Valley 1906[-1911] Memorial 51/456

MASON, Charles Henry farmer Chandlers Hill and Mary Jane Mason his wife 1922 Application 27066

MASON, Edward James formerly market gardener Happy Valley near Pt Lincoln 1933 but now storeman North Rd, Pt Lincoln 1962 Application 29494

No 1

MASON, Frederick brickmaker Norwood 1883 Memorial 19/353

MASON, Frederick bricklayer Norwood, about to leave the province, power of attorney to Emmanuel SHEPHERD estate agent Adelaide, to manage his SA business interests 27/2/1883 Deposit 63/1883

No 2

MASON, Frederick of Yorketown 1891 Memorial 202/408

No 1

MASON, Frederick William messenger formerly of Adelaide, but now of Norwood (William St) 1866 Application 7848

MASON, Frederick William messenger Charles St, Norwood, died 1871. He left his estate to his wife, Sarah Margaret Mason, and in the event of her death, to their children, Harriet and Frederick William Mason Memorial 21/251

No 1 - probably the same person

MASON, George shoemaker Adelaide 1852[-1855] Memorial 452/42

MASON, George and James Alfred shoemakers New Tiers 1860 Memorial 122/395

MASON, George of Section 63 Hundred of Onkaparinga and Ann Mason his wife, parents of Louisa BASEBY wife of Benjamin Baseby of Mannum Murray River and James Alfred Mason of Section 63 Hundred of Onkaparinga. grandparents of Herbert Murray Baseby (Louisa Baseby's 3d son) and Otho Benjamin Mason 1872 Memorial 121/395

MASON, George bootmaker The Tiers near Lobethal, died 7/6/1874, of bladder disease, aged 70. His wife, Anna Mason, died 9/7/1877, of old age. Parents of James Mason. Grandson called Otho Benjamin Mason gardener Hundred of Onkaparinga. Louisa BASEBY nee Mason, wife of Benjamin Baseby stockholder Mannum, was a daughter. The Basebys’ son, Herbert Murray Baseby, was born on 12/1869. By 1891, HM Baseby was a butcher at Mannum. Application 22060

No 2

MASON, George farmer Happy Valley 1870 Memorial 176/246

MASON, George farmer Happy Valley 1885 Application 20646

MASON, George Webb farmer Dowlingville 1897[-1898] Memorial 98/431

No 1

MASON, Henry the Younger labourer formerly of Apsley Vic [but now of the Hundred of Joanna] 1881 Memorial 64/331

MASON, Henry the Younger farmer Hundred of Joanna 1904 Memorial 204/451

No 1

MASON, James timber merchant Adelaide (Morphett St) 1842. Husband of Elizabeth Sophia Mason Memorial 67/77

MASON, James timber merchant Adelaide 1843 Memorial 178/21

MASON, James farmer Adelaide 1845 Memorial 39/5

MASON, James farmer Willunga 1845 Memorial 318/5

MASON, James yeoman Section 471 District C 1850[-1851] Memorial 179/21

MASON, James yeoman McLaren Vale. Husband of Elizabeth Ann Mason [Should be Elizabeth Sophia Mason] 1853 Memorial 355/51

MASON, James farmer formerly of McLaren Vale, but then of Muckleford Creek near Castlemaine Vic, died c1854. He left two sections of land at McLaren Vale to his three children, Francis Mason, Elizabeth Madegan and Sarah Mason as tenants in common. Another section to his wife, Elizabeth, in trust for life, and after her death to his daughter Elizabeth Madegan absolutely in remainder expectant. All personal effects, including cattle and horses, to his wife and children in equal shares absolutely. £100 to go to Bishop MURPHY from the profits of the first crop grown on the land ‘for the benefit of the Catholic Cathedral in Adelaide in South Australia’. Francis Henry BURSLEM publican Wallaroo 1863 said that he witnesses James Mason’s will at Muckleford Creek on 8/2/1854. In 1843, when James Mason began buying land at Morphett Vale, he was a timber merchant of Adelaide. Mrs Mason had also died by 1863. Application 4102

MASON, Elizabeth Sophia widow McLaren Vale 1855 Memorial 403/83

MASON, Elizabeth Sophia widow McLaren Vale, died c1859. She left money in various trusts for her children - Francis John Mason, Elizabeth Ann Mason and Sarah Sophia ELLIOTT Memorial 342/159

No 1

MASON, James Alfred and Otho Benjamin both of Section 63 Hundred of Onkaparinga 1884 Memorial 192/362

MASON, James Alfred gardener Section 63 Hundred of Onkaparinga 1888 Memorial 123/395

MASON, James Alfred gardener Forest Range 1889 Application 21617

MASON, James Alfred gardener pt Section 63 Hundred of Onkaparinga 1891. Probably a son of George Mason and his wife, Anna Mason Application 22059

No 1

MASON, Joseph farmer Hurtle Vale 1857 Memorial 177/119

MASON, Joseph labourer Hurtle Vale 1860 Application 1176

MASON, Joseph W farmer Minlaton 1891 Application 22105

No 1

MASON, Maurice Charles gentleman Magill and Henrietta Emily Mason his wife 1858 Memorial 256/168

MASON, Maurice Charles gentleman formerly of Magill, but now of parts beyond the sea 1864. Husband of Henrietta Emily Mason Application 9976

MASON, Otho Benjamin gardener Section 63 Hundred of Onkaparinga 1884 Memorial 118/363

MASON, Richard farmer Morphett Vale 1902 Memorial 97/445

MASON, Richard Poole farmer Reynella 1907 Memorial 31/458

No 1

MASON, Samuel gentleman Section 3894 Three Brothers Special Survey Mt Barker 1842 Memorial 363/2

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

MASON, Samuel of Kooringa 1849 Memorial 96/14

MASON, Samuel miner Kooringa 1850 Memorial 458/22

MASON, S of the Burra Burra Hotel Kooringa 1850 Memorial 397/25

No 3

MASON, Samuel Park Lands ranger North Adelaide 1853[-1855] Memorial 351/57 Loyal Albert Oddfellow Lodge trustee 1854 Memorial 112/74

MASON, Samuel park ranger North Adelaide purchased an assigned lease of the Freemason's Tavern Pirie St, Adelaide from the deceased estate of the late John Butler PEAKE 1855[-1857] Memorial 266/94

No 1

MASON, Sydney farmer O'Halloran Hill 1909 Memorial 24/462

MASON, Sydney farmer O'Halloran Hill 1914 Application 26256

No 1

MASON, Thomas carter Queenstown 1857[-1879] Memorial 96/135

No 2

MASON, Thomas mason Queenstown 1858 Memorial 31/143

No 3

MASON, Thomas farmer Pt Wakefield Co Gawler. Hundred of Goyder land grant 1876 Grant Book 56 Page 411 County Stanley

No 4 – perhaps a continuation of No 3

MASON, Thomas labourer Rochester Hundred of Hart Co Stanley 1884 Memorial 126/358

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

MASON, William labourer Kensington 1853 Memorial 272/51

MASON, William labourer Norwood 1853 Memorial 154/52

MASON, William mason Kensington 1853 Memorial 202/55

MASON, William yeoman Norwood 1859 Memorial 346/160

No 2

MASON, William labourer Rosewater 1860 Memorial 289/166

MASON, William farmer Riverton 1865 Memorial 294/202

No 1

MASON, William Walter butcher Pt Adelaide 1853 Memorial 45/47

MASON, William Walter settler Waipa in New Zealand 1854[-1856] Memorial 364/99

MASON, William Walter butcher formerly of Pt Adelaide but now of Auckland New Zealand 1855 Memorial 365/99

MASON, William Walter butcher late of Pt Adelaide, but now of Auckland New Zealand, power of attorney to Burnett NATHAN merchant Pt Adelaide, to sell allotment 97 in Section 405 Survey B, to pay off a debt which WW Mason owed Burnett Nathan 22/12/1855 Deposit 252/1856

MASON, William Walter storekeeper Wainkee New Zealand 1857 Memorial 287/122

MASON, William Walter storekeeper Wainku near Auckland New Zealand brother to Ann BARNES wife of Edward Barnes settler Pt Adelaide 1890 Memorial 237/401

MASSEY, A labourer College Place, Pt Adelaide 1904 Application 24857

No 1

MASSEY, James shoemaker Beverley 1851 Memorial 381/33

MASSEY, James shoemaker Beverley bought allotments in that town at the 1st auction. Edward EMMETT conducted the first auction sale. James Massey went to the Victorian gold diggings 1851 Application 14117

MASSEY, James storekeeper York 1878 Application 17024

MASSEY, Jane storekeeper York 1885 Application 20486

MASSEY, Mrs post mistress York 1891 Application 22071

MASSEY, Richard baker Glenelg 1872 Memorial 142/263

No 1

MASSEY, Richard Livingston baker New Glenelg 1879 Memorial 145/319

MASSEY, Richard Livingston baker New Glenelg 1881 Application 18149

MASSEY, Richard Livingston baker Glenelg and Susannah Massey his wife 1892[-1893] Application 22432

MASSEY, Richard Livingston baker New Glenelg 1901 Application 24286

MASSIE, William Thomas Charles clerk Adelaide 1864 Application 5380

No 1

MASSON, Alexander publican North Parade, Pt Adelaide 1883 Memorial 209/352

MASSON, Alexander licensed victualler Pt Adelaide 1887 Memorial 39/389

MASSON, Alexander licensed victualler Railway Hotel, St Vincent St, Pt Adelaide 1889 Memorial 187/398

MASSON, Alexander gentleman Pt Adelaide 1893 Memorial 53/419

MASSON, Alexander licensed victualler Adelaide purchased the remainder of an assigned lease for the Criterion Hotel King William St 1899 Memorial 25/439

No 1

MASSON, Emil Stephen schoolmaster Adelaide, and Sarah Emela GODFREY spinster Adelaide and about to marry. Certain properties which SE Godfrey owns to be placed in trust, for her benefit during her lifetime, then for her husband during his lifetime, then to their children in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant. If there be no children, the estate to be divided into four -one share each to Charles George GODFREY, Maryann GODFREY, and Louisa Jane GODFREY, and Emil Stephen MASSON. Trustees; Edward Andrew Devonshire OPIE land agent Adelaide and John Anderson HARTLEY Inspector-General of Schools Adelaide 4/1/1887 Deposit 22/1906

MASSON, Emile Stephen teacher formerly of Angaston but now of Clarendon and Emela Sarah Masson his wife 1898 Application 23552

MASSON, Emile Stephen teacher Clarendon and Emela Sarah Masson his wife 1900 Memorial 168/441

MASSON, Emile Stephen gentleman Eastwood and Sarah Emela Masson his wife 1931 Memorial 91/504

MASSON, George Cameron hawker Parkside 1883 Application 19660

No 1

MASSON, Henry John proprietor Northern Australia 1873 Memorial 168/269

MASSON, H John and William J of the Northern Territory 1876 Memorial 2/289

MASSON, H John and William, Johann L NOLTENIUS, Moses LITTLEFIELD, and Alfred WARREN miners Northern Territory, power of attorney to Bernhard A NOLTENIUS agent Adelaide, to complete a sale to SA PEARSON of the firm of Pearson & Cussen King William St, Adelaide 12/2/1876 Deposit 61/1876

MASSON, Henry John licensed victualler Belair 1887 Memorial 240/386

No 1

MASSON, Josiah writing clerk Adelaide 1851 Memorial 331/38

MASSON, Josiah clerk to Messrs GWYNNE & LAWRENCE solicitors Adelaide 1852 Memorial 237/44

No 1

MASSON, William carpenter Adelaide early 1840 Builder late 1840 Application 25019

MASSON, William carpenter Adelaide 1843 Memorial 196/3

MASSON, William farmer Dry Creek 1855 Memorial 479/80

MASSON, William farmer Upper Dry Creek 1859 Application 477

MASSON, William farmer Upper Dry Creek 1863 Memorial 76/192

MASSON, William farmer Clairmont Farm Section 840 Hundred of Yatala, died March 1865. Various life trusts and outright bequests to his wife, Mary Ann Masson, his daughter Rosa Masson, and his sons William George Masson and John Masson, also his youngest son, Henry John Masson who turned 21 before his father died. Trustees: Joseph WASLEY farmer Little Para and Robert HALDEN farmer Dry Creek. Widow Mary Ann Masson of Modbury, died 6/7/1887, of senile decay, aged 80. She had a grandson called Frank Masson of Modbury. Henry John Masson formerly sheep farmer Murray River 1866 late miner North East Coolgardie WA, died 20/5/1898 Hanowna Government Hospital, of 12 days' dysentery and malaria fever, aged 59. Rosa Masson married Albert Henry LANDSEER storekeeper Milang. She died c1871. She left her estate to her mother, Mary Ann Masson, for life then to her daughter, Florence Ada Landseer, for life, then to whomever Florance Ada Landseer nomiated in her will Application 25123

No 1 - probably the same person

MASSON, William farmer Dublin Hundred of Dublin land grant 1881 Grant Book 26 Page 347 County Gawler

MASSON, William now of the Hundred of Inkerman 1883 Memorial 212/348

MASSON, William farmer Wild Horse Plains 1886 Memorial 231/373

MASSON, William George farmer Point Sturt 1866 Application 7045

MAST, Edward William draper Adelaide 1873 Application 13208

No 1

MASTERMAN, Francis Alfred printer Adelaide 1881 Memorial 149/334

MASTERMAN, Francis Alfred printer formerly of O’Halloran St, Adelaide, but then of Nicholson St, Fitzroy Vic, died 19/8/1884. Donald MCPHERSON law clerk Dover St, Richmond Vic and Thomas John LIDDIARD carpenter Nicholson St, Fitzroy Vic, power of attorney to Morley Alexander ACRAMAN solicitor Adelaide, to carry out the SA terms of the will - to sell the SA real estate and mortgages, and bring the body of the testator's wife, buried in SA, to Melbourne and placed in the same grave as her husband 8/10/1884 Deposit 218/1884

MASTERMAN, Henry solicitor 31 New Broad St, London 1879. He knew both John Capper and Henry Rendell Wotton well - all to do with the Australian Mining Company Deposit 99/1880

MASTERS, Albert farmer Barunga Co Daly. Hundred of Sherlock land grant 1910 Grant Book 6 Page 33 County Buccleuch

No 1

MASTERS, Charles farmer Angaston 1853[-1858] Memorial 445/48

MASTERS, Charles farmer Wroxton Grange near Angaston 1859 Application 922

MASTERS, Charles of Wroxton Grange near Angaston 1862 Application 2866

No 2 - probably all the same person

MASTERS, Charles yeoman Mt Barker 1853. Hundred of Strathalbyn Co Hindmarsh land purchase Memorial 44/61

MASTERS, Charles farmer Mt Barker 1854[-1857] Memorial 80/70

MASTERS, Charles farmer Echunga 1859[-1882] Memorial 168/161

MASTERS, Charles farmer Echunga 1861 Application 2245.

MASTERS, Charles farmer formerly of Echunga 1865 but now of Oaklands near The Meadows 1870 Application 10882

MASTERS, Charles contractor near Meadows 1875 Memorial 36/284

MASTERS, Charles farmer The Meadows 1882 Application 19022

MASTERS, Charles farmer and Frank Grist Masters sawyer both of Meadows 1885 Memorial 203/367

No 1

MASTERS, Edwin farmer Reeves Plains Hundred of Redhill land grant 1879 Grant Book 14 Page 374 County Daly

MASTERS, Edwin farmer Mundoora. Trustee unnamed Chapel and School 1880 Grant Book 14 Page 376 County Daly

MASTERS, Edwin farmer Wokurna 1890 Memorial 132/405

MASTERS, Edwin farmer [formerly of Wokurna but now of] Payneham and Jane Harriet Masters his wife 1904 Memorial 203/450

MASTERS, Edwin farmer Lincolnfields 1905 Grant Book 6 Page 11 County Buccleuch

MASTERS, George Edward farmer near Clare Hundred of Terowie land grant 1880 Grant Book 40 Page 12 County Kimberley

No 1

MASTERS, Henry labourer Willaston 1857[-1865] Memorial 4/122

No 2

MASTERS, Henry labourer Kenton Valley near Gumeracha Clayton (Hundred of Alexandrina) township allotment land grant 1859 Grant Book 36 Page 456 County Hindmarsh

No 3

MASTERS, Henry farmer Hundred of Ridley trustee unnamed School Hundred of Ridley Hundred of Ridley land grant 1899 Grant Book 58 Page 156 County Sturt

No 1

MASTERS, James licensed victualler Adelaide 1840[-1842] Enrolment 45/31

MASTERS, James formerly innkeeper Adelaide but now farmer Reedbeds 1842 Memorial 409/49

MASTERS, James licensed victualler Adelaide 1844 and Elizabeth Masters his wife 1844 Memorial 43/4

MASTERS, James sheep farmer Adelaide 1845 Memorial 375/4 He began to buy land grants in the Gilbert River area. Sheep farmer Gilbert River 1846 Memorial 116/6 Now of Saddleworth Co Light 1848 Memorial 33/11

MASTERS, James sheep farmer Gilbert River SA Mining Association trustee 1851 Memorial 146/64

MASTERS, James Esquire Saddleworth and Elizabeth Masters his wife 1854 Memorial 232/61

MASTERS, James farmer Adelaide and his wife, Elizabeth Masters 1856 Memorial 165/108

MASTERS, James Esquire formerly of Saddleworth Lodge but now in parts beyond the seas 1859 Memorial 337/161

MASTERS, Elizabeth widow [temporarily of] Market St, York, Co York, England [where she made her will 1862] relict of the late James Masters formerly Esquire Saddleworth Lodge Riverton now deceased, died 29/10/1864. Apart from particular bequests, she left her entire estate to her late husband's nephew, Charles SWINDEN Esquire Saddleworth Lodge Riverton Memorial 101/226 & Search 847

MASTERS, Elizabeth widow Saddleworth Lodge Riverton relict of James Masters, died 29/10/1864. She left bequests to her brothers, Edward BROWN, Kirkstead, Lincs, England, and William Brown of Leeds, Yorks, England, and her sister Maria AGARS wife of George Agars the Elder and her nephew, George Agars the Younger. An annuity to her brother-in-law, Charles Masters. The bulk of the estate to her husband's nephew, Charles SWINDEN, who then died 23/1/1865 Memorial 19/228

MASTERS, Elizabeth, died 29/10/1864 Saddleworth Lodge, Riverton. She left a £40 annuity to Charles Masters gentleman 61 Market St, York, Yorks, England. Her executors were Matthew Moorhouse of Mt Remarkable and Oliver HORNER storekeeper Riverton. Charles Masters died unclear when. His executors, William Masters auctioneer Upper Mill, Manchester, Lancs, England and Charless CARRACK farmer Yorks, England, appointed John Carrack storekeeper Riverton, their attorney to finalise C Masters’ estate 7/3/1878 Enrolments 79/43 & 17/49

No 1

MASTERS, James Grist farmer Echunga. Hundred of Kuitpo land grant 1908 Grant Book 2 Page 100 County Adelaide

MASTERS, James Grist farmer near Meadows. Hundred of Kuitpo land grant 1911 Grant Book 2 Page 101 County Adelaide

MASTERS, John bank accountant Narracoorte 1880 Memorial 220/326

MASTERS, John Thomas of Adelaide purchased a stone house in Tam O'Shanter Place off Grenfell St, Adelaide 1880 Memorial 28/334

No 1

MASTERS, Joseph Robert farmer Terowie 1881 Memorial 36/331

MASTERS, Joseph Robert farmer Terowie Hundred of Gumbowie land grant 1882 Grant Book 40 Page 43 County Kimberley

MASTERS, Martha widow White Hut near Clare [Mrs Charles Masters nee Maria WILLIAMS] Hundred of Kanyaka land grant 1883 Grant Book 49 Page 70 County Newcastle

MASTERS, Reginald Keith civi servant 52 Victoria Ave, Dulwich, property clerk in the office of the Education Department 31 Flinders St, Adelaide 1949 Application 28644

No 1

MASTERS, Thomas carpenter Adelaide 1849 Memorial 316/14

MASTERS, Thomas carpenter Adelaide (Angas St) 1855 Hundred of Myponga land grant Memorial 494/87

MASTERS, Thomas farmer Myponga 1856[-1858] Memorial 74/140

MASTERS, Thomas farmer Myponga 1862 Application 2904

No 2

MASTERS, Thomas farmer Hundred of Willunga Trustee Independent Chapel Section 231 Hundred of Willunga 1850 Memorial 381/30

No 3

MASTERS, Thomas gentleman Gilbertown [Tarlee] 1890 Memorial 55/405

No 1

No 1 – probably Thomas Charles Masters

MASTERS, Thomas farmer Willunga Hundred of Grace land grant 1863 Grant Book 27 Page 16 County Gawler

MASTERS, Thomas farmer Virginia Hundred of Grace land grant 1863[-1864] Grant Book 27 Page 16 County Gawler

MASTERS, Thomas Charles farmer Reeves Plains Hundred of Terowie land grant 1876 Grant Book 40 Page 3 County Kimberley

MASTERS, Thomas Charles farmer Reeves Plains 1881 Memorial 190/333

MASTERS, Thomas Charles farmer Reeves Plains Hundred of Dalkey land grant 1883 Grant Book 26 Page 243 County Gawler

MASTERS, T homas Charles farmer Reeves Plains Hundred of Barunga land grant 1896 Grant Book 14 Page 479 County Daly

MASTERS, Walter farmer Echunga 1901 Application 24227

No 1

MASTERS, William of Echunga 1853 Memorial 18/59

No 2

MASTERS, William of Finchley 1860 Memorial 159/170

MASTERSON, James shoemaker Yarcowie. Yarcowie (Hundred of Whyte) township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 60 Page 465 County Victoria

MASTERSON, John bootmaker Yongala Co Dalhousie. Hundred of Barunga land grant 1880 Grant Book 14 Page 464 County Daly

No 1

MATER, Louis farmer formerly of Victoria but now of Adelaide 1862 Application 2752

MATER, Louis gentleman Norwood 1862 Application 3123

MATER, Maria Rosine Friedericke widow Adelaide 1851 Memorial 485/30

MATERN, Johann Gottfried farmer Blumberg 1859 Memorial 264/149

No 1 - likely to be the same person

MATERNE, Wilhelm farmer near Greenock 1886 Memorial 19/380

MATERNE, Johann Friedrich Wilhelm farmer near Greenock 1891 Memorial 58/410

MATERNE, Johann Friedrich Wilhelm farmer Brownlow trustee unnamed Lutheran Church 1895 Grant Book 18 Page 108 County Eyre

No 1

MATES, James shepherd Canowie. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1875[-1877] Grant Book 60 Page 116 County Victoria

MATES, James farmer Belalie. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1881 Grant Book 60 Page 424 County Victoria

MATES, Samuel farmer Gumbowie 1886 Memorial 80/378

No 1 - probably the same person

MATHER, Charles Alfred storekeeper Yankalilla 1859[-1864] Memorial 152/160

MATHER, Charles Alfred formerly shopkeeper Yankalilla 1859 but now sheep farmer Fowler Bay 1871 Application 11449

MATHER, Charles Alfred of Fowler Bay 1871 Memorial 90/262

MATHER, Charles Alfred sheep farmer formerly of Fowler Bay but now of Adelaide 1874 Memorial 250/277

MATHER, Charles Alfred sheep farmer Adelaide linked with John Phillips Mather Esquire of parts beyond the seas 1876 Memorial 79/287

MATHER, Charles Alfred sheep farmer Karkultabee 1876 Memorial 134/290

MATHER, Charles Alfred formerly of Adelaide but now sheep farmer Karkultabee near Streaky Bay 1877 Memorial 32/299

No 1

MATHER, George licensed victualler Adelaide (Albion Hotel Morphett St) 1866[-1867] Memorial 344/208

MATHER, George licensed victualler Melrose 1870 Memorial 71/250

MATHER, George formerly licensed victualler Clare but now gentleman Norwood and Maria Mather his wife 1878 Memorial 72/306

MATHER, George licensed victualler Riverton 1892 Memorial 20/413

No 1 - probably the same person

MATHER, George Ernest agent Adelaide 1881 Memorial 117/331

MATHER, George Ernest sharebroker Strathalbyn 1894 Memorial 208/420

MATHER, George Ernest gentleman New Hamburgh 1894 Application 25003

MATHER, George Ernest farmer New Hamburgh near Strathalbyn 1894[-1898] Memorial 194/421

MATHER, John stonemason Watervale 1853 Memorial 224/62

No 1

MATHER, John Baxter printer and publisher Narracoorte 1881 Memorial 189/336

MATHER, John Baxter and ASH, George publishers Naracoorte 1883 Application 19853

MATHER, John Philips out of business Liverpool, Lancs, England, died 15/10/1884. Husband of Elizabeth Mather. His sons were the executors. Rev’d Frederick Vaughan MATHER Clerk in Holy Orders St Paul’s Lodge, Clifton, Bristol, Glos, Rev’d Frank Albert MATHER Clerk in Holy Orders Minchinhampton, Glos, and Rev’d Edward Lushington Mather Clerk in Holy Orders Over Tabley Vicarage, Co Chester, England. power of attorney to John Hannah GORDON of Adelaide, to secure the repayment of £1,000 with interest, taken out on lots in Goodwood South (lots 115, 117, 121 on Section 9), which JP Mather had lent George Ernest Mather agent South Australia 21/5/1886 Deposit 81/1877

MATHER, Thomas Glanvill storekeeper Virginia 1920. Gawler River Methodist Church trustee Memorial 93/515

No 1

MATHER, William Benson minister of the gospel Riverton. Trustee Wesleyan Methodist Chapel Rhynie 1884 Application 20619

MATHER, William Benson Wesleyan minister Laura Co Victoria. Yunta (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1887 Grant Book 34 Page 164 County Herbert

MATHER, William Benson Wesleyan minister Mt Barker 1894 Application 22734

No 1

MATHESON, Alexander farmer formerly of Kingston S-E but now of Lucindale 1886 Memorial 229/376

MATHESON, Alexander farmer Lucindale linked with the late Donald Matheson formerly of Bordertown now deceased 1887 Memorial 93/388

MATHESON, Alexander farmer Lucindale linked with the estate of the late Donald Matheson, who died 16/7/1887 Memorial 31/395

MATHESON, Alexander farmer Lucindale Co Robe. Hundred of Wirrega land grant 1888 Grant Book 7 Page 46 County Buckingham

MATHESON, Alexander grazier Lucindale trustee Showground Lucindale Hundred of Joyce land grant 1900 Grant Book 51 Page 11 County Robe

MATHESON, Alexander Donald farmer Angas Plains. Linked with Hugh Matheson farmer Angas Plains and Margaret Matheson his wife 1906 Memorial 3/456

No 1

MATHESON, AJ law clerk Strathalbyn 1888 Memorial 212/394

MATHESON, A clerk Strathalbyn 1892 Memorial 176/415

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

MATHESON, Alexander John draper's assistant Adelaide 1901 Memorial 143/443

MATHESON, Alexander John storekeeper Balaklava 1904[-1915] Memorial 233/451

MATHESON, Alexander John formerly draper's assistant of Adelaide now storekeeper's assistant Balaklava 1909 Application 25613

MATHESON, Alexander John draper Balaklava, died 23/5/1923 intestate and a bachelor. Son of Catherine Matheson no description. Brother of Catherine Christian Matheson spinster St Leonards Memorial 153/498

No 1

MATHESON, D of Pt Caroline Lacepede Bay 1867 Memorial 226/219

MATHESON, D clerk to J & A COOKE sheep farmers Pt Caroline Lacepede Bay 1868 Memorial 185/230

MATHESON, D accountant Pt Caroline 1870 Memorial 132/248

MATHESON, D accountant Kingston S-E 1871[-1875] Memorial 24/255

MATHESON, Donald clerk Kingston Lacepede Bay 1872 Memorial 161/265

matheson, Donald gentleman Kingston S-E 1880 Application 18066

MATHESON, Donald of Kingston S-E 1880 Memorial 81/321

MATHESON, Donald merchant Kingston S-E 1881 Memorial 52/331

MATHESON, D JP of Bordertown 1883[-1885] Memorial 29/351

MATHESON, Donald agent Bordertown 1884[-1886] Memorial 213/358

MATHESON, Donald agent formerly of Kingston S-E but now of Bordertown 1887 Memorial 119/383

MATHESON, Donald gentleman formerly of Kingston S-E whose present address is unknown 1946, believed to have died 1914/1915 Application 28463

No 1

MATHESON, George farm servant Burnside Strathalbyn 1856 Memorial 341/105

MATHESON, George died 10/6/1882. Catherine Matheson widow Point Sturt. Perhaps a daughter of Margaret MCPHERSON who died 25/10/1883. Perhaps other daughters included Christian SMYTH nee McPherson wife of Robert Staples Smyth postmaster Wellington on the Murray, and Ann HARRIS nee McPherson wife of John Harris storekeeper Mallala Memorial 9/380

MATHESON, GA clerk to Sidney J MELVILLE solicitor Adelaide 1925 Memorial 11/494

No 1

MATHESON, Hugh farmer Adelaide 1849 Memorial 318/19

MATHESON, Hugh farmer formerly of Adelaide, now of the Pt Phillip District Vic 1850 Memorial 419/19

No 2

MATHESON, Hugh farmer near Strathalbyn 1864[-1867] Memorial 133/196

MATHESON, Hugh farmer Strathalbyn 1858[-1865] Memorial 44/142

No 3

MATHESON, Hugh farmer Big Paddock Tatiara. Hundred of Tatiara land grant 1883 Grant Book 7 Page 12 County Buckingham. Farmer Bordertown. Hundred of Tatiara land grant 1883 Grant Book 7 Page 12 County Buckingham

No 4

MATHESON, Hugh farmer Angas Plains 1889 Application 21659

MATHESON, Hugh farmer Angas Plains and Margaret Matheson his wife linked with Alexander Donald Matheson farmer Angas Plains 1906 Memorial 83/456

MATHESON, Hugh farmer Angas Plains. His wife, Margaret Matheson, died 15/7/1927. Mother of John Gollan Matheson, Alexander Donald Matheson, Margaret Ann Matheson, Jessie Matheson, Christina Isabella Matheson, Alexandrina May Matheson, and Elizabeth Catherine Gollan DRUMMOND Memorial 151/498

No 1

MATHESON, James overseer Pt Gawler 1874 Memorial 159/277

No 2

MATHESON, James miner Leigh Creek Out of Hundreds. Copley (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1900 Grant Book 65 Page 254 County Not named

No 1 – perhaps the same person

MATHESON, John farmer Mt Gambier Hundred of Rivoli Bay land grant 1885 Grant Book 31 Page 257 County Grey

MATHESON, John grazier Mt Gambier 1907 Memorial 56/458

MATHESON, John Gollan accountant Fremantle WA, died 1/5/1905 Strathalbyn. Husband of Charlotte Ellen Matheson of Fremantle now a widow at Strathalbyn 1928 Memorial 1/500

MATHESON, K station manager Mayurra 1891 Memorial 238/409

MATHESON, William farmer Millicent Hundred of Mt Muirhead land grant 1898 Grant Book 31 Page 207 County Grey

MATHEW, William labourer Nairne 1885 Application 20647

No 1 - the Elder

MATHEWS, Charles butcher Adelaide (Hindley St) 1850[-1853] Memorial 151/28

MATHEWS, Charles butcher and draper Adelaide (Hindley St) became a bankrupt in 1860 Memorial 213/164

No 2 - probably the Younger

MATHEWS, Charles of Wakefield St, Adelaide and Margaret Matthews [probably his wife] 1872 Memorial 51/263

MATHEWS, Charles carter Adelaide (Wakefield St) 1874 Memorial 144/293

No 1

MATHEWS, Charles Llandaff gentleman Strathalbyn 1886 Memorial 171/375

MATHEWS, Charles Llandaff clerk of the local court and official receiver of the local insolvency court Mt Gambier 1888 Memorial 236/394

MATHEWS, Charles Llandaff gentleman formerly of Strathalbyn but now of Mt Gambier 1889 Application 21659

MATHEWS, Edward storeman Medindie 1886[-1896] Memorial 169/426

MATHEWS, Edwin clerk North Adelaide 1882 Application 19244

No 1

MATHEWS, George formerly bootmaker but now storekeeper Portland Estate 1871 Application 11672

No 2

MATHEWS, George storeman Hindmarsh 1873 Application 12943

MATHEWS, George storeman Hindmarsh 1874 Memorial 12/272

MATHEWS, George storeman Hindmarsh 1874. He bought vacant land in John St, Hindmarsh Application 13804

MATHEWS, George warehouseman Hindmarsh 1884 Application 20389

MATHEWS, George storeman Hindmarsh 1897. He had known the Hindmarsh area since c1864 Application 23465

MATHEWS, George storeman Hindmarsh 1903 Brompton Methodist Church trustee Application 28475

No 3

MATHEWS, George post office Mintaro 1886 Application 21097

No 1 - perhaps the same person

MATHEWS, Henry dairyman Tenderden 1879 Memorial 114/319

MATHEWS, Henry Thomas James dairyman Tenterden near Adelaide 1884 Application 20202

No 1

MATHEWS, Joel settler Nairne 1851 Memorial 482/34

MATHEWS, Joel farmer Wonoka Creek 1879 Memorial 227/313

No 1

MATHEWS, John farmer Hundred of Yalpara 1886 Memorial 42/378

No 2

MATHEWS, John labourer Meningie 1888 Memorial 15/391

No 3

MATHEWS, John groom Prospect. Husband of Ann Mathews 1892 Application 22407

MATHEWS, John Francis shoemaker Wirrabara Wirrabara township allotment land grant 1877 Grant Book 24 Page 525 County Frome

MATHEWS, Leslie Verco of Welland Ave, Welland and Ida Irene Dora Gladys Victoria Mathews his wife 1950 Memorial 5/525

No 1 - Llandaff Brisbane Mathews

MATHEWS, LB clerk to Messrs BELT & WIGLEY solicitors Adelaide 1857[-1858] Memorial 257/123

MATHEWS, LB clerk to Messrs BELT, CULLEN & WIGLEY solicitors Adelaide 1859 Memorial 267/148

MATHEWS, Llandaff Brisbane clerk Adelaide 1860[-1863] Memorial 28/163

MATHEWS, Llandaff Brisbane gentleman Adelaide 1864 Memorial 52/199

MATHEWS, Llandaff Brisbane solicitor Adelaide 1865[-1868] Memorials 3/217 & 122/264

MATHEWS, Llandaff Brisbane solicitor Adelaide 1875 Application 14518

MATHEWS, Llandaff Brisbane solicitor Adelaide, in partnership with Richard Baxter COX 1880 Application 18300

MATHEWS, Mary of Olary 1888 Memorial 50/391

MATHEWS, Thomas Christopher bootmaker Salisbury 1873 Application 12540

MATHEWS, Vivian Howard railway guard Pt Lincoln 1928 Application 27651

MATHEWS, W miner Reedy Creek Tungkillo 1871 Memorial 9/256

No 1

MATHEWS, William farmer Lochiel 1886 Memorial 80/373

No 2

MATHEWS, William coachbuilder New Mile End. Mile End Church of Christ Torrensville Inc 1925 Memorial 41/493

MATHEWS, William F of Minlaton 1890 Memorial 125/401

MATHEWS, William Thomas baker Bute Co Daly. Hundred of Peake land grant 1910 Grant Book 6 Page 53 County Buccleuch

MATHIESON, Charles steward formerly of Pt Adelaide but now of Parkside, and Lilla Edith Mathieson his wife formerly the wife of Herbert Greville John HODGE butcher Stansbury 1922 Memorial 127/485

No 1

MATHOT, Jean Joseph hotelkeeper Globe Hotel Glenelg 1941 Memorial 76/515

MATHOT, Jean Joseph hotelkeeper formerly of the Globe Hotel Glenelg but now of the Alma Hotel, Magill Road, Norwood 1943 Memorial 126/517

MATLEY, Frederick farmer Mt Sly near Yarcowie 1877 Memorial 205/302

MATSCHOSS, Johann Christoph farmer Lyndoch Valley 1854 Memorial 173/66

No 1

MATSON, Andrew farmer Nuriootpa 1857 Memorial 172/118

MATSON, Andrew farmer O'Halloran Hill 1857 Memorial 24/118

MATSON, Andrew farmer formerly of Nuriootpa but now of O'Halloran Hill 1861 Memorial 265/172

No 2

MATSON, Andrew the Elder farmer One Tree Hill 1858, died c1868. He left his whole estate in trust to be shared out equally absolutely amongst his wife Ann Matson, and his four children, Andrew Matson the Younger, Walter Matson, Jean Matson and Lilley Matson Memorial 96/230

No 3

MATSON, Andrew farmer Hundred of Wandearah 1887[-1891] Memorial 181/382

MATSON, Andrew farmer Warracknabeal Vic 1891 Memorial 75/410

MATTEI, Antonie dealer Wayville 1926 Memorial 66/496

MATTERS, Charles farmer Mt Barker 1855 Memorial 498/90

No 1

MATTERS, Charles Henry land agent Adelaide 1877[-1883] Memorial 44/302

MATTERS, Charles Henry agent Adelaide linked with Mary Matters widow Bath on Le Fevre Peninsula 1881 Memorial 44/332

MATTERS, Charles Henry land agent Adelaide (King William St), owned Lot 7 of the Mechanics Land Company subdivision of Sections 401, 407, 408, and 413 Hundred of Yatala 1883 Application 19944

MATTERS, Charles Henry and Thomas James Matters land agents Adelaide 1885 Memorial 210/370

MATTERS, Charles Henry land agent Adelaide, about to leave the province for a period, power of attorney to Thomas James MATTERS land agent Adelaide, to manage his SA business interests 28/9/1885 Deposit 192/1885

MATTERS, Charles Henry land agent formerly of Adelaide but now of Sydney NSW 1886 Memorial 142/381

MATTERS, Ethelbert Thomas Novis and MATTERS, Arthur Towers land and estate agents Adelaide 1924 Application 27186

MATTERS, George farmer Hundred of Tiparra. Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1881 Grant Book 14 Page 417 County Daly

MATTERS, Jane Beadnell married woman Semphore 1900 Application 24061

No 1

MATTERS, John Leonard agent Pt Adelaide 1878[-1883] Memorial 60/311

MATTERS, John Leonard land agent Pt Augusta Co Frome. Pt Augusta West (Hundred of Copley) township allotment land grant 1883 Grant Book 66 Page 161 County Manchester

MATTERS, John Leonard of Adelaide 1890 Memorial 113/405

No 1

MATTERS, Richard Adams ironmonger Adelaide (72 Rundle St) 1896 Memorial 2/429

MATTERS, Richard Adams ironmonger formerly of 72 Rundle St, Adelaide but now of Doncaster Vic 1909 Memorial 196/463

No 1

MATTERS, Robert carter Adelaide linked with William Matters carpenter Adelaide 1857 Memorial 170/117

No 2

MATTERS, Robert farmer District of Pt Gawler. Husband of Mary Matters. Father of John Northcote Matters and Thomas Henry Matters 1873 Memorial 216/362

MATTERS, Robert farmer District of Pt Gawler, died 8/2/1877. His widow, Mary Matters, of near Reeves Plains, about to remarry to Samuel QUARRELL builder North Adelaide 1878 Memorial 239/321

MATTERS, Thomas mason Bowden 1853[-1856] Memorial 402/49

MATTERS, Thomas left his wife, Mary Matters, all his property. Will dated 22/11/1853 Deposit 13/1871

MATTERS, Mary of Bowden member of the Bowden and Brompton Building Society 1859 Memorial 190/157

MATTERS, Mary widow Bowden 1870 Application 10452

MATTERS, Mary widow Bowden 1876 Memorial 14/291

MATTERS, Mary widow Bowden 1877, relict of the late Thomas Matters formerly mason Bowden 1853 Application 16392

No 1 - perhaps the same person

MATTERS, Thomas James draper Pt Adelaide 1876[-1878] Memorial 17/288

MATTERS, Thomas James land agent Adelaide 1902 Memorial 222/445

MATTERS, Thomas John land agent Pt Adelaide 1879 Memorial 72/313

MATTERS, Walter farmer Echunga 1899 Application 23855

No 1 - likely to be the same person

MATTERS, William yeoman North Adelaide (Tynte St) 1852 Memorial 338/41

MATTERS, William formerly of North Adelaide but now labourer Pt Lincoln 1852 Memorial 88/41

No 2 - likely to be the same person

MATTERS, William lime burner North Adelaide 1855 Memorial 232/88

MATTERS, William limeburner formerly of North Adelaide but now of Wallaroo 1865 Memorial 74/207

MATTERS, William farmer Tiparra trustee Wesleyan Methodist Chapel in the Hundred of Tiparra 1881 Grant Book 14 Page 418 County Daly

MATTERS, William farmer Agery 1891 Memorial 166/409

No 1 - probably the same person

MATTEY, Frederick farmer near Yarcowie trustee unnamed Cemetery Hundred of Terowie Hundred of Terowie land grant 1875 Grant Book 40 Page 3 County Kimberley

MATTEY, Frederick of near Tarcowie Co Dalhousie. Hundred of Whyte land grant 1878 Grant Book 60 Page 54 County Victoria

MATTEY, Frederick JP of Terowie 1880[-1882] Memorial 121/325

MATTEY, Frederick of Franklyn PO 1895 Memorial 12/424

MATTEY, Frederick William Henry Samuel grazier Peterborough. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1950 Grant Book 13 Page 243 County Dalhousie

MATTHAEUS/MATTHÄUS, Johann Carl August of Nuriootpa 1880 Memorial 7/327

MATTHES, Otto Moritz hairdresser Adelaide (Rundle St) 1883 Memorial 112/354

MATTHESON, James labourer Fifth Creek 1857 Memorial 136/128

No 1

MATTFELD, Hermann Heinrich watchmaker Kapunda 1918 Memorial 121/487

MATTFELD, Hermann Heinrich watchmaker and jeweller Main St and Beck St, Kapunda, died 7/9/1919. Father of Elsa Jean Mattfeld, Lois Adele Mattfeld and Leonard Arthur Mattfeld. Son of Sophia Antonia Mattfeld. Brother to Anna Meta Margarethe HOOD Memorial 61/492

No 1

MATTHEW, Charles coach maker Adelaide 1842 Memorial 412/1

MATTHEW, Charles gentleman Preliminary Section 240 near Adelaide 1853 Memorial 135/50

MATTHEW, Charles gentleman Airlie House, Goodwood Rd 1867 Memorial 125/251

MATTHEW, Charles gentleman Goodwood Rd, died 1867. He left his gold watch to his son, James John Matthew, and his silver watch to his grandson, William GALE. His real estate went into trust for persons unnamed Memorial 128/220

MATTHEW, Charles coach builder Waymouth St, Adelaide, and Goodwood Road died 25/3/1867. Trustee Robert DODGSON plumber Norwood administered the trust estate until his own death in 1870. The Matthew widow, Georgiana Matthew, died 24/11/1870 Goodwood, sudden death, aged 55. William FERGUSON gentleman Myrtle Bank was the surviving trustee Application 11483

MATTHEW, Georgiana widow of Charles Matthew Goodwood Rd, died 24/11/1870, a sudden death (not stated), aged 55 Application 11157

MATTHEW, Dr Ernest Augustus agent and interpreter Adelaide 1852 Memorial 434/41

MATTHEW, Henry and John the Younger farmers Gawler Plains 1861 Memorial 130/172

No 1

MATTHEW, James labourer Kooringa 1871 Memorial 139/251

MATTHEW, James labourer Kooringa Co Burra Terowie (Hundred of Terowie) township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 40 Page 95 County Kimberley

MATTHEW, James farmer Terowie and Agnes Matthew his wife Terowie (Hundred of Terowie) township allotment land grant 1883 Grant Book 40 Page 97 County Kimberley

MATTHEW, James labourer Terowie 1885 Application 20648

MATTHEW, James John farmer Kadina. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1896 Grant Book 14 Page 92 County Daly

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

MATTHEW, John farmer Gawler Plains 1853[-1857] Memorial 285/49

MATTHEW, John the Elder, John the Younger and Henry farmers Gawler Plains 1859 Memorial 87/161

MATTHEW, John the Younger and Henry farmers Para Plains 1861 Memorial 93/175

MATTHEW, John the Younger, Henry and Hannibal farmers Gawler Plains near Salisbury 1864 Memorials 256 & 257/196

MATTHEW, Margaret Emma spinster Adelaide 1871[-1882] Memorial 58/254, Application 19067

MATTHEW, William Thomas importer and indent agent Giles St, Toorak, died 7/4/1925 Adelaide. Husband of Catherine Esther Matthew Memorial 144/500

MATTHEWS, Arthur Alexander auctioneer Adelaide linked with Kathleen Ewen NASH married woman Hurds Hill, Coromandel Valley 1942 Memorial 139/516

MATTHEWS, Arthur Henry retired railway servant 52 Sheldon St, Norwood, aged 72 in 1944 Application 28368

No 1

MATTHEWS, Benjamin farmer Waterloo Plains near Kapunda 1857 Memorial 24/116

MATTHEWS, Benjamin farmer Waterloo Plains near Hamilton on the Light 1859 Application 851

No 1

MATTHEWS, Charles labourer Adelaide 1843 Memorial 138/27

MATTHEWS, Charles blacksmith Adelaide 1850 Memorial 294/26

MATTHEWS, Charles licensed victualler Gepps Cross 1854[-1859] Memorial 135/78, Application 972

No 1

MATTHEWS, Charles William carter Pt Pirie. Hundred of Pirie land grant 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 284 County Victoria

MATTHEWS, Charles William farmer Pt Pirie [Son of C Matthews licensed victualler Gepps Cross] 1889[-1890] Memorial 109/398, Application 26162

MATTHEWS, William Charles of the Hundred of Pt Pirie linked with Charles William Matthews no description 1888 Memorial 246/394

No 1

MATTHEWS, Christopher teamster Upper Wakefield 1853[-1856] Memorial 418/60

MATTHEWS, Christopher farmer Hundred of Upper Wakefield 1854 Memorial 101/77

MATTHEWS, Christopher farmer Auburn Co Stanley. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1874 Grant Book 14 Page 229 County Daly

MATTHEWS, Christopher formerly teamster Upper Wakefield 1853 later farmer Auburn then Boor Plains 1875 Application 14319

MATTHEWS, Christopher of near Kadina 1893 Memorial 34/416

MATTHEWS, Christopher farmer Boor Plains 1894 Memorial 138/423

MATTHEWS, Colin Cooke carter Magill 1921 Application 26970

No 1

MATTHEWS, Edward baker and confectioner Adelaide, about to proceed from Adelaide to parts beyond the sea, power of attorney to George Frederick HUSSEY of Ward St, North Adelaide, and in default, Daniel KEKWICK merchant North Adelaide, to sell his property and wind up his SA estate 19/12/1853 Deposit 171/1869

MATTHEWS, Edward formerly baker Adelaide but now farmer in Essex, England 1855 Memorial 46/95

MATTHEWS, Edward baker formerly of Aelaide 1853 but now of Manchester, Lancs, England 1869 Application 10181

MATTHEWS, Edward baker formerly of Adelaide but now of 32 Oxford St, Manchester, Lancs, England 1873 Memorial 110/267

MATTHEWS, Edward Thorpe traveller North Kensington 1901 Memorial 188/442

No 1

MATTHEWS, Edward William plasterer Kapunda 1909 Memorial 28/462

MATTHEWS, Edward William builder Baker St, Kapunda. His wife, Louisa Josephine Holden Matthews, died 6/9/1936. Estate worth £463 Memorial 85/510

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

MATTHEWS, Elijah tanner Bowden 1876 Memorial 237/291

MATTHEWS, Elijah of Second St, Bowden, died c1880. He left the bulk of his estate to his daughter, Sarah Ann nee HOLWILL wife of John Thomas Holwill carpenter formerly of Bowden but now of Nailsworth. One cottage in Second St, Bowden, to each of his three sons, Elijah Matthews (telegraph officer Yorketown), George and Thomas Matthews Application 21418

MATTHEWS, Elijah the Elder farmer 2nd St, Bowden, died 8/1/1881. He gave a house in Bowden to each of his children - Sarah Ann HOLWILL, George Matthews (2nd St Bowden), Thomas Matthews 2nd St, Bowden) and Elijah Matthews the Younger (telegraph operator Yorketown), with the residue of his estate to his daughter. The estate worth £410. Sarah Ann Holwill nee Matthews was born on 13/1/1846. Her father's house in Bowden had fruit trees, vines and vegetables growing around it 1918 Application 26709

MATTHEWS, Elijah the Younger retired civil servant Largs Bay 1919 Application 26709

MATTHEWS, Eliza Rebecca widow St Peters 1914. She could not write Application 26326

No 1

MATTHEWS, Erasmus Donnithorne butcher Queenstown 1888[-1889] Memorial 3/395

MATTHEWS, Erasmus Donnithorne butcher Queenstown 1890 Application 21767

MATTHEWS, Erasmus Donnithorne butcher Alberton 1890[-1893] Application 21962, Application 22574

MATTHEWS, Ernest Stephen gardener Willaston near Gawler 1897 Memorial 113/433

No 1 – FIND CHECK RUN

MATTHEWS, Ernest William farmer Redhill Co Daly. Hundred of Koolunga land grant 1881 Grant Book 55 Page 190 County Stanley

MATTHEWS, Ernest William storekeeper Sutherlands. Trustee unnamed Chapel Hundred of Neales 1895 Grant Book 17 Page 201 County Eyre

MATTHEWS, Ernest William wood merchant Nailsworth and Lavinia Mary Matthews his wife 1909 Application 25589

No 1 - perhaps the same person

MATTHEWS, Frederick Charles sawyer Kapunda 1910 Memorial 111/463

MATTHEWS, Frederick Charles merchant Kapunda, died 23/8/1951. Husband of Elsie Matthews Memorial 132/529

No 1

MATTHEWS, George farmer Carrickalinga 1860 Memorial 298/170

No 2

MATTHEWS, George bootmaker Queenstown 1885 Application 20771

MATTHEWS, George Augustus draper Adelaide (Hindley St) 1859 Memorial 270/154

MATTHEWS, George Augustus draper Adelaide Co Adelaide. Wallaroo (Hundred of Wallaroo) township allotment land grant 1861 Grant Book 14 Page 1 County Daly

No 1 – perhaps the same person

MATTHEWS, GH commission agent Adelaide 1882 Memorial 31/347

MATTHEWS, George Henry mining manager Tarcoola Out of Hundreds. Tarcoola (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1901 Grant Book 65 Page 305 County Not named

MATTHEWS, Gresham Stobie merchant Mt Lofty, died 22/3/1946 Adelaide. Husband of Ella Lillian Matthews. Father of Allison Lindsay Matthews Memorial 63/528

No 1

MATTHEWS, Henry farmer McCallum Creek Vic and Mary Ann Matthews his wife 1869 formerly Mary Ann COBB widow North Adelaide 1852 Application 10134

No 2

MATTHEWS, Henry merchant High St, Unley Park 1922 Memorial 194/485

MATTHEWS, Henry George labourer near Amhurst Vic [links with the Hundred of Upper Wakefield] and Mary Ann Matthews his wife 1860 Memorial 264/162

MATTHEWS, Herbert schoolmaster Cavenagh trustee Jubilee Hall Cavenagh Hundred of Cavenagh land grant 1887 Grant Book 34 Page 23 County Herbert

MATTHEWS, Herbert James labourer Pt Lincoln 1935 Memorial 27/509, Application 27999

No 1

MATTHEWS, James road contractor Alberton 1852[-1853] He rented portions of Section 2300 Hundred of Pt Adelaide 'more commonly known as the Church Glebe of St Paul's of Pt Adelaide' Memorial 471/56

No 2

MATTHEWS, James farmer Tam O'Shanter Belt 1853 Memorial 301/59

MATTHEWS, James farmer formerly of Tam O'Shanter Belt 1853 but now of Noarlunga 1863 Application 3817

MATTHEWS, James farmer Noarlunga 1857 Memorial 215/126

No 3

MATTHEWS, James engineer Port Road 1854 Memorial 314/74

No 4 - perhaps the same person

MATTHEWS, James surveyor Pt Elliot 1853 Memorial 345/62

MATTHEWS, James farmer Pt Elliot 1854[-1855] Memorial 211/71

MATTHEWS, James surveyor Pt Elliot 1854 purchased his daughter, Mary Matthews, several allotments in a sub-division on Pt Section 454 Hundred of Yatala. By 1874, Mary Matthews, by then Mary Flewellyn 23 teacher Penshurst Vic Born SA (Parents: James Matthews civil engineer and Maria HURLEY), married Thomas Legat AITKEN 30 tanner Penshurst Vic born Musselburgh, Scotland (Parents: Robert Aitken tanner and Elizabeth LEGAT) on 29/4/1874 Matthews residence Penshurst Vic. By 1882, Mary Aitken and her husband lived at Ararat Vic Application 19530

No 5

MATTHEWS, James gentleman Glenelg 1853 Memorial 8/138

MATTHEWS, James gentleman Payneham 1858 Memorial 37/138

No 6

MATTHEWS, James labourer Stepney 1867 Application 8083

MATTHEWS, James carter Stepney 1868[-1879] Memorial 240/230

MATTHEWS, James contractor Stepney 1888 Memorial 178/392

MATTHEWS, James carter Stepney 1890 Application 21916

No 7

MATTHEWS, James labourer Kooringa 1877 Memorial 39/300

No 8

MATTHEWS, James farmer Boors Plains Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1882 Grant Book 14 Page 419 County Daly

MATTHEWS, James John Hurd farmer Coromandel Valley 1879 Memorial 227/317

MATTHEWS, James Thomas blacksmith Pt Augusta Pt Augusta West (Hundred of Copley) township allotment land grant 1893 Grant Book 65 Page 228 County Manchester

No 1

MATTHEWS, John builder Adelaide (Gilbert St) 1839 Application 4114

No 2

MATTHEWS, John farmer Noarlunga 1854[-1857] Memorial 418/66

No 3

MATTHEWS, John of Adelaide 1855 Memorial 422/90

MATTHEWS, John miner formerly of Adelaide but now of Campbell Creek Vic 1857 Memorial 45/127

No 4

MATTHEWS, John mason Pt Elliot 1856 Memorial 340/109

No 5

MATTHEWS, John labourer Penfield 1856 Memorial 5/120

MATTHEWS, John labourer Penfield Hundred of Grace land grant 1876 Grant Book 27 Page 39 County Gawler

No 6

MATTHEWS, John labourer Kincraig near Narracoorte Creek 1863 Memorial 210/189

No 7

MATTHEWS, John of Whitwarta 1883 Memorial 191/346

MATTHEWS, John of Whitwarta Hundred of Stow land grant 1883 Grant Book 56 Page 447 County Stanley

No 8

MATTHEWS, John labourer Burra 1948 Memorial 132/522

No 1

MATTHEWS, John Albert Ernest ironmonger Kapunda and Edith Emma Matthews his wife 1925 Memorial 76/494

MATTHEWS, John Albert ironmonger Harriet St, Kapunda 1925 Application 27360

MATTHEWS, John Albert Ernest retired manager Kapunda 1960 Application 29378

MATTHEWS, John Bidwell carpenter Adelaide 1851[-1852] Memorial 450/34

MATTHEWS, John Petty builder Hindmarsh 1840 Application 4452

MATTHEWS, John S? of Government Well 1878 Memorial 183/305

No 1

MATTHEWS, John Thorpe painter Kapunda 1873 Application 12550

MATTHEWS, John Thorpe painter Kapunda and Eliza Matthews his wife 1886[-1903] Memorial 5/374

MATTHEWS, Laura Minnette spinster East Adelaide 1909[-1921] Memorial 36/461

MATTHEWS, Louis Brisbane gentleman Adelaide Co Adelaide. Moonta (Hundred of Wallaroo) township allotment land grant 1863 Grant Book 14 Page 102 County Daly

MATTHEWS, Louisa Josephine Holden married woman Kapunda 1919 Memorial 62/478

No 1 – perhaps the same person FIND TEST RUN

MATTHEWS, Matthew brickmaker Bowden 1853 Memorial 140/58

MATTHEWS, Matthew farmer near Redbanks. Hundred of Grace land grant 1864 Grant Book 27 Page 21 County Gawler

MATTHEWS, Matthew farmer Redbanks Co Gawler. Hundred of Stow land grant 1884 Grant Book 56 Page 447 County Stanley

MATTHEWS, Peter farmer Barunga Co Daly. Hundred of Bundaleer land grant 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 71 County Victoria

MATTHEWS, Richard licensed victualler Nailsworth 1876 Memorial 131/290

No 1

MATTHEWS, Richard Cook blacksmith Millicent. Hundred of Mayurra land grant 1879 Grant Book 31 Page 226 County Grey

MATTHEWS, Richard Cook blacksmith Millicent. Hatherleigh (Hundred of Mt Muirhead) township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 31 Page 327 County Grey

No 1

MATTHEWS, Samuel farm servant Bundaleer. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1874 Grant Book 60 Page 111 County Victoria

No 2

MATTHEWS, Samuel labourer near Grand Junction Co Adelaide. Hundred of Maitland land grant 1878 Grant Book 19 Page 101 County Fergusson

MATTHEWS, Sarah Ann spinster North Adelaide 1851 Memorial 442/30.

No 1

MATTHEWS, Thomas baker Pt Adelaide 1850[-1853] Memorial 305/23

No 2

MATTHEWS, Thomas stockholder Upper Sturt. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1850 Grant Book 1 Page 21 County Adelaide

MATTHEWS, Thomas farmer Section 860 Upper Sturt 1854 Memorial 182/80

No 3

MATTHEWS, Thomas miner Copperhouse near Redruth 1866 Memorial 211/217

MATTHEWS, Thomas teamster Copperhouse near Burra died 26/8/1867. Father of Anne Annie PASCOE wife of John Pascoe innkeeper Aberdeen [By 1878, John Pascoe was a miner of Copperhouse] Memorial 43/310 & RPA Search 723

No 1

MATTHEWS, Thomas Christopher shoemaker Salisbury 1867 Application 8913

MATTHEWS, Thomas Christopher of Salisbury Co Adelaide. Hundred of Koolywurtie land grant 1882 Grant Book 19 Page 313 County Fergusson

No 1

MATTHEWS, Thomas Hurd farmer Broughton (later called Redhill) trustee unnamed School Hundred of Koolunga Hundred of Koolunga land grant 1872 Grant Book 55 Page 180 County Stanley

MATTHEWS, Thomas Hurd farmer The Broughton, died 2/2/1880 intestate. Letters of administration to his widow, Hannah Maria Matthews, to settle the £3,250 estate Memorial 148/321

MATTHEWS, Vincent M guard Pt Lincoln 1948 Application 28588

MATTHEWS, Vivian Harold labourer Pt Lincoln 1923[-1926] Memorial 171/487
No 1

MATTHEWS, William bricklayer Adelaide 1851 Memorial 152/34

No 2

MATTHEWS, William labourer Pt Adelaide 1852[-1853] Memorial 81/45

No 3

MATTHEWS, William gardener Section 259 Hundred of Noarlunga 1858 Memorial 27/143

No 4

MATTHEWS, William the Elder & the Younger labourers near Clarendon 1861 Application 2690

No 5

MATTHEWS, William farmer McLaren Vale 1864 Application 4882

No 6

MATTHEWS/MATTHEW, William (died 1/11/1906) and his wife, Fanny Matthews (died November 1926) of Noarlunga. Parents of May Millicent C0LLINS widow Noarlunga, aged 80 in 1958 Application 29297

No 1

MATTHEWS, William Charles farmer Telowie linked with Georgiana Matthews widow Telowie 1891 Memorial 36/409

MATTHEWS, William Charles farmer Telowie Hundred of Telowie land grant 1894 Grant Book 24 Page 775 County Frome

No 2

MATTHEWS, William Charles labourer Pt Lincoln 1922[-1925] Memorial 195/484

MATTHEWS, William Charles Gordon blacksmith York township on the Port Road 1929 Application 27731

No 1

MATTHEWS, William Edward police constable Wilson Wilson [also known as Kanyaka Siding] (Hundred of Cudlamudla) township allotment land grant 1884 Grant Book 49 Page 167 County Newcastle

MATTHEWS, William Edward police constable Adelaide Co Adelaide. Cockburn (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1886 Grant Book 65 Page 165 County Not named

MATTHEWS, William Isaac commercial traveller Second Ave, East Adelaide 1921 Application 26970

MATTHEWS, William John licensed victualler Adelaide 1888 Memorial 2/398

MATTHIAS, Elias Morgan factory manager Edwardstown 1928 Memorial 111/501

MATTHIAS, Friedrich Hermann of the Hundred of Lindley 1887 Memorial 14/387

MATTHIAS, Johann Friedrich farmer Rosenthal 1856 Memorial 189/95

MATTHIAS, Paul Theodor mechanic Kapunda 1917[-1919] Memorial 89/475

No 1 - possibly the same person

MATTHIESSEN, Johannes Gottfried Eduard labourer Morphett Vale 1849 Memorial 192/19

MATTHIESEN, Johann Gottfried Eduard farmer Morphett Vale 1855[-1860] Memorial 51/91, Application 1236

No 1

MATTHIESSON, Edward farmer Pt Gawler Co Gawler. Hundred of Booyoolie land grant 1878[-1881] Grant Book 60 Page 154 County Victoria

MATTHIESSEN, Edward farmer Laura 1884[-1899] Memorial 209/361, Application 20554

MATTHIESSEN, Edward farmer Laura. Trustee Booyoolie Agricultural Society Inc 1899 Memorial 145/438

MATTHIESSON, John farmer Laura. Hundred of Booyoolie land grant 1881 Grant Book 60 Page 158 County Victoria

No 1

MATTHIESSEN, Peter Ernst storekeeper Tanunda 1854 Memorial 297/65

MATTHIESSEN, Peter Ernst sometimes erroneously spelt MATTHEISSEN storekeeper Tanunda 1861 Application 2086

MATTHIESSEN, John Francis linked with Section 253 Hundred of Booyoolie Co Victoria 1886 Memorial 96/379

MATTHIESSEN, Anna servant Truro 1896 Memorial 213/428

MATTIE, Arthur furniture dealer Gawler linked with Antonie Mattie dealer Wayville 1950 Memorial 178/524

MATTIE, Thomas Charles postmaster Mt Gambier 1869 Memorial 32/243

MATTINGLEY, George schoolmaster Uley Bury Hundred of Munno Para 1856 Memorial 100/115

MATTINGLY, Edward contractor Norwood 1896 Memorial 198/429

No 1 - appears to be the same person; clashing dates and places

MATTINGLY, James labourer Adelaide 1849[-1855] Memorial 228/18

MATTINGLY, James builder Adelaide 1860[-1866] Memorial 275/170

MATTINGLY, James bricklayer Norwood 1853 Memorial 196/48

MATTINGLY, James builder Kent Town 1861 Memorial 70/178

MATTINGLY, James builder formerly of Adelaide 1866 but now of Kent Town 1878 Application 16532

MATTINGLY, James builder Kent Town, became a bankrupt in 1880 Memorial 95/325

MATTINGLY, James Henry builder Norwood 1882 Memorial 164/338

MATTINGLY, William farmer Brighton 1863 Memorial 84/194

MATTINSON, Charlotte widow Pt Adelaide 1851 Memorial 371/32

MATTINSON, Edward publican Ship Inn Pt Adelaide 1848 Memorial 151/11

MATTINSON, Edward Walter farmer Tatiara 1882 Memorial 90/346

No 1

MATTINSON, John William carpenter [later sheep farmer] Mt Barker 1859 Memorial 80/156

MATTINSON, Sarah Elizabeth of Mt Barker mother of John William Mattinson sheep farmer formerly of Mt Barker but now of Queensland 1868 Memorial 95/232

MATTINSON, Sarah Elizabeth widow Zion Hill at Wistow [near Mt Barker] 1868 Application 9624

MATTINSON, Sarah Elizabeth widow Wistow near Mt Barker 1882 Memorial 147/345

No 1 - likely to be the same person

MATTINSON, William schoolmaster Bowden 1850[-1855] Memorial 433/27

MATTINSON, William yeoman Bowden 1853 Memorial 34/60

No 1

MATTINSON, William Edward joiner Pt Adelaide 1855[-1860] Memorial 238/82 Carpenter Portland Estate 1860 Memorial 242/162

MATTINSON, William Edward carpenter Queenstown 1868[-1876] Memorial 229/229, Application 15187

MATTINSON, William Edward builder Queenstown 1879 Memorial 73/313

MATTINSON, William Edward builder Queenstown, Secretary to the Victoria Lodge of Oddfellows in SA 1885 Application 20677

MATTISKE, Carl Friedrich farmer Stonewell near Tanunda 1884 Application 20262

No 1

MATTISKE, Carl Heinrich the Younger farmer Freeling 1903 Memorial 76/449

MATTISKE, Carl Heinrich the Younger farmer Freeling linked with Victor Harold Mattiske farmer Freeling 1939 Memorial 17/514

MATTISKE, Gotthard Wilhelm farmer Rosenthal. St Martin's Lutheran Church Rosenthal trustee 1929 Memorial 19/502

No 1

MATTISKE, Johann August farmer formerly of Sheaoak Log 1883 but now of Freeling 1890 Memorial 80/406

MATTISKE, Johann August yeoman Freeling 1905 Memorial 46/454

No 1

MATTISKE, Johann Gottlieb farmer Stonewell near Tanunda linked with Johann Samuel Mattiske farmer Gnadenfrei Hundred of Nuriootpa 1880 Memorial 42/328

MATTISKE, Johann Gottlieb farmer Stonewell, son of Johan Samuel Mattiske and Anna Rosina Mattiske 1882 Application 19512

No 1

MATTISKE, Johann Samuel farmer Hundred of Nuriootpa 1853[-1880] Memorial 239/222

MATTISKE, Johann Samuel farmer Gnadenfrei 1867 Memorial 239/222

No 1

MATTISKE, Wilhelm farmer Kingsford 1875 Memorial 173/283

MATTISKE, Wilhelm farmer near Rosenthal 1900 Memorial 203/439

No 1

MATTNER, Christian farmer Lyndoch Valley 1850 Memorial 313/30

MATTNER, Christian farmer Züllichau, Brandenburg, Prussia married Christina nee ? 1825 Padligar Lutheran Church. Eldest son, Johann Friedrich Wilhelm Mattner born 15/1/1826 Züllichau. The family emigrated to SA. Christian Mattner farmer Lyndoch Valley died 13/4/1852 Lyndoch Valley intestate, of fever, aged 52. His eldest son inherited as heir at law Application 10590

MATTNER, Christina widow of Christian Mattner late farmer Lyndoch Valley linked with Friedrich Wilhelm Mattner farmer Lyndoch Valley 1852 Memorial 433/41

MATTNER, Christiane Caroline Luise widow South Hummocks, relict of the late Johann Friedrich Wilhelm Mattner formerly farmer South Hummocks now deceased 1877 Memorial 233/297

MATTNER, Friedrich labourer Harrogate 1867 Application 8647

No 1

MATTNER, Friedrich Wilhelm farmer near Freeling Hundred of Willochra land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 545 County Frome

MATTNER, Friedrich Wilhelm farmer Hundred of Palmer 1896 Memorial 135/429

MATTNER, Friedrich Wilhelm farmer Quorn 1900 Memorial 95/440

No 1 - perhaps the same person; or perhaps a mixture of the Elder and the Younger?

MATTNER, Gottfried farmer pt Section 750 Hundred of Nuriootpa 1854 Memorial 316/62

MATTNER, Gottfried farmer Ebenezer near Stockwell 1859 Memorial 330/160

MATTNER, Gottfried farmer Schoenborn 1862 Memorial 272/185

MATTNER, Gottlieb the Elder farmer Wiltshire Special Survey 1857 Memorial 115/130

No 1 - perhap a mixture of the Elder and the Younger; or perhaps the same person

MATTNER, Johann Christian farmer Langmeil 1851[-1857] Memorial 146/38

MATTNER, Johann Christian farmer Hundred of Belvidere 1858[-1861] 1859 Memorial 246/136

MATTNER, Johann Christian farmer Stockwell 1859 Memorial 331/160

MATTNER, Johann Ferdinand farmer Robertstown Co Eyre. Hundred of Apoinga land grant 1911 Grant Book 8 Page 66 County Burra

No 1 – perhaps the same person

MATTNER, Johann Gottlieb farmer Trial Farm near Lyndoch 1888 Application 21374

MATTNER, Johann Gottlieb farmer Everard Hundred of Everard land grant 1891 Grant Book 56 Page 397 County Stanley

MATTNER, Johann Hermann farmer near Hoyleton trustee unnamed School Hundred of Hall Hundred of Hall land grant 1890 Grant Book 56 Page 224 County Stanley

No 1
MATTNER, Wilhelm carpenter Harrogate 1863[-1867] Memorial 329/188

MATTNER, Wilhelm carpenter formerly of Harrogate 1860 but now of Oakbank 1871 Application 11830

No 1
MATTO, Bernadino gardener James St, East Marden 1946 Memorial 173/520

MATTO, Bernadino gardener formerly of James St, East Marden but now of Bolivar 1948 Memorial 30/523

MATTO, Bernardino gardener formerly of James St, East Marden but now of Bolivar linked with Pellegrino Reno Matto gardener Bolivar 1949 Memorial 87/524

No 1 - perhaps the same person

MATTSCHOSS, Gottlieb farmer Hundred of Barossa 1849 Memorial 420/18 Farmer Lyndoch Valley 1850 Memorial 72/31 Linked with Johann Christoph Mattschoss farmer Lyndoch Valley 1853 Memorial 95/58

MATTSCHOSS, Johann Gottlieb farmer Greenock Creek 1858[-1859] Memorial 6/141

MATTSCHOSS, Johann Christoph farmer formerly of Lyndoch Valley but now of Greenock Creek 1858 Memorial 6/141

No 1 - perhaps the same person

MATTSCHOSS, Johann George farmer Lyndoch Valley 1857 Memorial 103/119

MATTSCHOSS, Johann George farmer near Auburn 1865 Application 6565

MATTSCHOSS, Johann George farmer near Leasingham 1867 Memorial 181/225

MATTSCHOSS, Johann Samuel farmer Greenock Creek 1859 Memorial 206/159

MATULICK, Francis Joseph shipwright Goolwa and Catherine Matulick his wife 1881[-1884] Memorial 218/331

MATULIN, Mike gardener Nuriootpa 1936 Application 28030

MATURIN, Charles E RM Academy Woolwich, Kent, England 1876 Memorial 119/288

No 1

MATURIN, Mary Elizabeth spinster Glenelg 1856 Memorial 199/107

MATURIN, Mary Elizabeth spinster formerly of Glenelg, but now of Evelyn Gardens, South Kensington, Middlesex, England 1893 Application 22464

No 1

MATURIN, William Henry Assistant Commissary-General Adelaide 1854 Memorial 326/72

MATURIN, William Henry Esquire Glenelg 1857 Memorial 66/121

MATURIN, William Henry gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now of Glenelg 1858 Memorial 264/147

MATURIN, William Henry Esquire formerly of Glenelg 1857 but now of Hong Kong 1864 Application 5061

MATURIN, William Henry formerly of Adelaide but now Commissary-General in HM Army, Graham's Town, Cape of Good Hope 1869 Memorial 144/236

MATURIN, William Henry controller Dublin Co Dublin, Ireland 1870 Application 11185

MATUSKE, Christian farmer Lyndoch Valley 1858 Memorial 73/141

No 1

MAUD, Edward chemist and druggist Adelaide 1867[-1872] Memorial 211/221

MAUD, Edward chemist Gawler Place, Adelaide, died 4/6/1877, at home, of phthisis, aged 36 Deposit 161/1877

MAUD, George brewer Mt Gambier 1868 Memorial 88/236

MAUD, Mary Ann Webster of Marden daughter of Sarah Maud spinster Marden. Jane Maud spinster Marden also mentioned 1864 Memorial 222/199

MAUGER, Martin of Stepney 1857 Memorial 81/124

MAUGER, Thomas builder Clare 1867 Application 8754

MAUGHAN, Marinus farmer Hundred of Woolundunga. Milton Moss Maughan teacher no address also mentioned 1887 Memorial 192/382

MAUGHAN, Melville dentist Adelaide (Austral Chambers, Currie St) 1920 Application 26878

MAUGHAN, Milton Moss 23 school master Wallaroo (Father; James Maughan) married Eliza Ann TORR 24 spinster Redruth (Father: John Torr) on 6/8/1880 DALE residence Mintaro. Minister; Martin J BIRKS. Witnesses: Edward B.O.O. ERBURY of Adelaide and Emilie J BROWN of Mintaro. The bride's father, John Torr, died 14/2/1884 Application 28460

MAULITZ, Wilhelmine Friedericke widow Point Pass [relict of JG Maulitz Junr] 1904 Grant Book 17 Page 177 County Eyre

MAULLER, Rudolph farrier Adelaide 1853 Memorial 44/55

No 1

MAURAU, Joseph Louis surgeon Kooringa 1859[-1863] Memorial 244/159

MAURAU, Louis Joseph surgeon Reynella 1866 Memorial 141/236

MAURAU, Louis Joseph surgeon formerly of Happy Valley but now of Reynella 1871[-1879] Memorial 116/253

MAURAU, Louis Joseph formerly Esquire Happy Valley 1865 but now surgeon Reynella 1875 Application 14648

MAURAU, Louis Joseph surgeon formerly of Kooringa 1859 but now of Reynella 1878. Redruth and Burra Permanent Building Society trustee Application 16598

MAURAU, Sarah widow Reynella 1881 Memorial 224/334

No 1

MAURICE, Price stockholder Reedbeds 1842 Memorial 33 /2 Gentleman of Section 280 near Adelaide 1847[-1855] Memorial 357/8 Sheep farmer Fourth Creek 1849  Memorial 318/17

MAURICE, Price Esquire Fourth Creek 1861 Memorial 54/177

MAURICE, Price sheep farmer Fourth Creek 1862 Memorial 121/181

MAURICE, Price Esquire formerly of Fourth Creek near Adelaide but now in parts beyond the seas 1864 Memorial 299/198

MAURICE, Price Esquire late of Adelaide, but now of Leicester House, Brighton, Sussex, England, power of attorney to Robert BARR SMITH Esquire Adelaide, to complete the sale of Section 280 Survey B to John HAWKINS Esquire Adelaide, for £1500 22/11/1864 Deposit 15/1865

MAURICE, Price Esquire Section 280 Survey B near Adelaide 1865 Memorial 289/200

MAURICE, Price Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now of Leicester House, Brighton, Sussex, England 1865 Memorial 276/200

MAURICE, Price formerly of Pekina but now in parts beyond the seas 1866 Memorial 198/217

MAURICE, Price sheepfarmer Fourth Creek near Adelaide Hundred of Warrow land grant 1872 Grant Book 21 Page 152 County Flinders

MAURICE, Price stockholder Castambul 1880[-1883] Memorial 125/321

MAURICE, Price sheep farmer of parts beyond the sea 1884 Application 20049

MAURICE, Price sheep farmer Warrow 1886 Memorial 25/378

MAURICE, Price Esquire of 1 Eaton Gardens West, Brighton, Sussex, England 1888 Memorial 184/392

MAURICE, Price Esquire Mauriceville Eaton Gardens, West Brighton, Sussex, England, died 10/5/1894. He adopted his sister-in-law Hannah BROWN spinster as his daughter Memorial 226/433

MAUSER, Edward farmer Mt Gambier Hundred of Gambier land grant 1898 Grant Book 30 Page 62 County Grey

MAWAL, Adolphe Emile agent The Parade, Norwood 1889 Memorial 121/396

MAXWELL, Allan servant Glenhead 1865 Memorial 247/207

MAXWELL, Charles Francis (Lieutenant Colonel) late of the 82nd Regiment London, power of attorney to Hon Boyle Travers FINNISS Esquire Adelaide, to sell all his real estate in SA and settle his business affairs in the province 6/12/1872. He died 14/9/1873. His widow, Thomasine Ionia MAXWELL of 7 Chandos St, Middlesex, England, who inherited his estate, gave power of attorney to Hon Boyle Travers FINNISS Esquire Adelaide, to complete the sale of all his real estate in SA and settle his business affairs in the province 24/11/1873 Deposit 135/1873

MAXWELL, Elizabeth publican Bucks Head Hotel Adelaide (North Tce) widow of the late John Maxwell no description 1913 Memorial 81/469

MAXWELL, Hannah widow Kulpara, died 17/8/1947 intestate. Mother of Hilda Daisy WALLIS married woman Lochiel, Robert Ernest Maxwell farmer Whitwarta, Susan Violet Maxwell and Elsie May Maxwell spinsters Kulpara Memorial 5/523

No 1 – perhaps the same person

MAXWELL, James labourer Cockburn Out of Hundreds. Cockburn (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1889 Grant Book 65 Page 171 County Not named

MAXWELL, James hawker Mingary Out of Hundreds. Mingary (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1893 Grant Book 65 Page 267 County Not named

MAXWELL, James storekeeper Mingary Out of Hundreds. Mingary (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1893 Grant Book 65 Page 267 County Not named

No 1

MAXWELL, John labourer Glen Osmond 1843 Memorial 254/88

MAXWELL, John yeoman Glen Osmond 1848 Memorial 90/13

MAXWELL, John farmer Glen Osmond 1853 Memorial 260/50

MAXWELL, John yeoman Glen Osmond 1859 Memorial 65/151

MAXWELL, John blacksmith Glen Osmond Road 1861 Memorial 142/174

MAXWELL, John formerly blacksmith 1861 but now poundkeeper Glen Osmond 1864 Application 5504

MAXWELL, John farmer Glen Osmond and Jane Maxwell his wife 1878 Memorial 172/305

MAXWELL, Peter farmer Mt Pleasant 1899 Memorial 166/438

MAXWELL, Robert blacksmith Marrabel on the Dirty Light and Hannah Maxwell his wife 1899 Memorial 162/437

No 1

MAXWELL, William gentleman North Adelaide 1850 Memorial 415/20

MAXWELL, William and Thomas Benjamin SAYER gentlemen Section 1001 Hundred of Pt Adelaide 1850 Memorial 161/22

No 1

MAXWELL, William James sculptor Adelaide 1880 Memorial 112/324

MAXWELL, WJ sculptor Edwardstown 1902 Application 24424

MAY, Albert farmer Meningie 1935[-1943] Memorial 6/509

MAY, Ada Josepha licensed victualler Adelaide (Foundry Hotel Hindley St) 1918 Memorial 110/477

MAY, Alexander storekeeper Adelaide 1850 Memorial 195/20

No 1

MAY, Alfred and Frederick engineers Bassett Town 1891 Memorial 225/409

MAY, Alfred engineer Gawler and Mary Jane May his wife 1914 Memorial 54/471

MAY, Alfred engineer Gawler and Mary Jane May his wife parents of Hedley Laurence May engineer Gawler 1915 Memorial 200/472

MAY, Arthur Edward farmer Curramulka 1899 Memorial 106/437

MAY, Benjamin shoemaker Gawler Plains 1852 Memorial 200/43

No 1

MAY, Caleb farmer Reedbeds 1904 Memorial 166/450

MAY, Caleb grazier Reedbeds 1904 Memorial 73/452

MAY, Carl Robert stationer Adelaide 1872 Memorial 114/269

MAY, Charles of Kangaroo Island 1882 Memorial 211/346

MAY, Charles F Augustus of Greenock Creek 1862 Memorial 241/181

MAY, Charles James gardener Cygnet River Kangaroo Island. Hundred of Menzies land grant 1911 Grant Book 11 Page 67 County Carnarvon

MAY, David labourer Meningie Hundred of Bonney land grant 1900 Grant Book 54 Page 35 County Russell

No 1

MAY, Edward gentleman Adelaide 1855 Milang township allotment purchase Memorial 294/80

MAY, Edward gentleman Adelaide 1859[-1864] Memorial 205/158

MAY, Edward gentleman formerly of Mt Barker but now of Adelaide 1863 Memorial 143/191

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

MAY, Edward clerk Adelaide 1853 Application 19485

MAY, Edward clerk to Alfred ATKINSON solicitor Adelaide 1858[-1859] Memorial 143/146

MAY, Edward accountant Adelaide 1859 Memorial 27/156

MAY, Elijah retired formerly of Nairne but now of Corryton, Magill 1931 Application 27833

MAY, Eliza widow Adelaide, died between 1873-1875. She left her entire estate to her son, Frederick May no description Memorial 17/282

MAY, Emma Sophia widow Mt Barker 1887 Memorial 220/384

No 1

MAY, Ernest George machinist Gawler 1899 Memorial 16/439

MAY, Ernest George machinist Gawler 1905 Application 24922

No 1

MAY, Francis Colman farmer Mt Barker 1887 Memorial 232/389

MAY, Francis Colman farmer Curramulka Yorke Peninsula linked with Isabelle C May of Muloowurtie 1905 Memorial 9/454

No 1

MAY, Frederick sheep farmer Mt Barker linked with William May sheep farmer the Bremer 1862 Memorial 64/187

No 2

MAY, Frederick maltster Adelaide (West Tce), son of Nicholas May, who died 29/3/1873 intestate Memorial 103/285

MAY, Frederick maltster Adelaide 1875 Memorial 214/281

No 3 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

MAY, Frederick engineer Gawler 1885 Application 20609

MAY, Frederick the Elder, Alfred May, William John May and Frederick May the Younger together with Alfred GONINAN machinists Pt Pirie trading under the style or firm of May Bros & Co Gawler 1894 Memorials 65 & 68/422

MAY, Frederick the Younger engineer Gawler 1894 Application 22722

MAY, Frederick machinist Gawler South 1907 Application 25354

MAY, Frederick engineer Gawler, died 15/12/1897 Newman St, Semaphore, of angina pectoris, aged 57 Application 28781

MAY, Frederick out of business Whitmore Square, Adelaide, died 7/10/1919. Father of Frederick Albert May business manager Pt Augusta and then Broken Hill NSW. Father in law of Ada Josepha May. Grandfather of Dorothy Rowena Eliza May, Gladys Ada Mary May, Herbert Frederick Edward May and Clement Walter May. Estate worth £3,000 Memorial 80/479

MAY, Frederick engineer near Gawler Railway, died 31/5/1937. Husband of Mary Eliza May. Father of Reginald Clarence May clerk Gawler Railway, Frederick Leland Sylvester May bank manager Clare, Coralie Sylvia MALIN, and Alithia Leonore Audrey SHIELDS, Memorials 120 & 128/511

MAY, Frederick Leland Sylvester manager Gawler 1951 Memorial 1/526

No 1

MAY, George August William [George August Wilhelm??] saddler Kapunda 1879 Memorial 58/318

MAY, George August William innkeeper Kapunda 1879[-1881] Memorial 65/319

No 2

MAY, George August William manager Adelaide Co Adelaide. Parrakie (Hundred of Price) township allotment land grant 1908 Grant Book 6 Page 101 County Buccleuch

MAY, Guy Morphett licensed surveyor North Adelaide 1899 Memorial 29/438

MAY, Hedley Laurence engineer Gawler 1922 Memorial 123/485

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

MAY, Heinrich Julius Wilhelm farmer Tanunda 1851 Memorial 9/32

MAY, Heinrich Julius Wilhelm the Elder farmer Tanunda 1860 Application 1361

MAI/MAY, Heinrich Julius Wilhelm the Younger carpenter Tanunda 1861 Application 2248

MAY, Herbert Arthur farmer Lameroo trustee Beauville District Hall and School 1923 Grant Book 12 Page 127 County Chandos

MAY, Horace secretary CROOKS & BROOKER Ltd of 44 Rundle St, Adelaide 1911[-1915] Memorials 143/465, 94/473

No 1

MAY, John farmer Durham Village Section 1571 Dry Creek 1851 Memorial 127/36

MAY, John farmer formerly of Dry Creek but now of the colony of Victoria 1865 Memorial 222/207

No 2

MAY, John labourer Thebarton 1854[-1856] Memorial 401/78

MAY, John formerly labourer Thebarton 1856 then gentleman Fulham, died 7/12/1881. His estate worth £1000. He left his personal estate, except his money, to his widow, Mary May nee FOWLER (formerly spinster Reedbeds 1856), and his real estate and money to Mary May in trust for her lifetime, then to his son, Caleb May, in trust for life, then to his grand-children in trust until the youngest child turned 21 years, then to the grandchildren in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant. His widow, Mary May, died 14/4/1892, of 3 weeks' broncho-pneumonia, aged 82. Caleb May farmer Reedbeds married Sarah nee HARRISON on 16/4/1874. 8 children of the marriage - William John May born 22/1/1875, Jesse May born 13/10/1876, Eva Mary Anne May born 19/1/1879, John Harrison May born 31/7/1881, Agnes Maud May born 30/8/1883, Edward Reuben May born 7/1/1886 and Elda Rosetta May born 9/8/1890. Caleb May grazier May Tce, Lockleys, died 23/5/1921, of a sudden death by cerebral haemorrhage aged 77. Born in Susex England, he had been in SA for 68 years. He married aged 30 years 4 sons and 3 daughters living. John and Mary May's only daughter, Agnes CURNOW nee May, wife of Richard Thomas Curnow labourer Gawler, gave birth to a daughter, May Brooke CURNOW, who died 18/2/1891 of cerebral meningitis and congestion of the lungs, aged 15 years. Agnes Curnow herself died before her father Application 29330

No 3

MAY, John married Mary FOWLER on 26/3/1856. John May farmer Reedbeds died 7/12/1881. Mary May died 14/4/1892. Caleb May grazier Reedbeds likely a member of this family Memorials 75, 77/422

No 4

MAY, John miner Callington on the Bremer 1857 Memorial 248/128

MAY, John farmer formerly of Callington on the Bremer but now of Tarrengower Vic 1862 Memorial 152/379

No 5

MAY, John carpenter Gawler 1874 Memorial 24/278

MAY, John carpenter formerly of Gawler but now of Gladstone 1877 Memorial 237/303

No 6

MAY, John farmer Nairne Hundred of Pinda land grant 1882 Grant Book 24 Page 590 County Frome

No 7

MAY, John farmer Rapid Bay Cowell (Hundred of Playford) township allotment land grant 1885 Grant Book 39 Page 83 County Jervois

MAY, John Henry labourer Kent Town 1865 Application 6018

MAY, John Joseph stationer Adelaide 1882 Memorial 247/344

MAY, Joseph formerly druggist Hertford, Herts, England, but now proceeding to SA 1839 Memorial 215/161

MAY, Josiah of the Hundred of Colton 1884 Memorial 120/357

MAY, Leonard Maxwell stockbuyer Nairne 1954 Memorial 164/529

MAY, Mark farmer Bishop Flat [probably near Rapid Bay] 1856 Memorial 73/113

MAY, Mary Jane married woman Nairne 1921 Memorial 26/483

MAY, Matthew blacksmith Kadina and Catherine May his wife 1889. Mrs May was a beneficiary under the will of the late Thomas CHAPPELL no description who died 12/5/1888 Memorial 120/398

No 1

MAY, Nicholas malster Adelaide 1851[-1864] Memorial 269/37

MAY, Nicholas formerly malster Adelaide 1860 but now farmer Currency Creek 1866 Application 7156

MAY, Nicholas married Eliza ROBERTS in 1836 Morgan parish church, Cornwall, England. The Mays left for SA in 1844. Nicholas May formerly malster Adelaide (West Tce) late farmer The Finniss, died 29/3/1873 The Finniss intestate, of heart diesase, aged 56. His widow, Eliza May, died 8/2/1875 West Tce, Adelaide, of breast cancer, aged 64. Three children of the marriage - Eliza Jane VARCOE wife of William Varcoe farmer Rivoli Bay, Frederick May malster Adelaide, and John May, who died in infancy before the family left England. Frederick May inherited his father's estate as heir at law. Nicholas May's sister, Nancy TREBILCOCK wife of John Trebilcock gardener Fifth Creek, gave this information in 1875. The Trebilcocks saw the Mays emigrate in 1844. Did they go with them or follow later? Application 22909

No 1

MAY, Paul Edward clerk Adelaide Co Adelaide. Morgan (Hundred of Eba) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 18 Page 7 County Eyre

MAY, Paul Edward clerk Adelaide Co Adelaide. Farina (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 65 Page 77 County Not named

MAY, Reginald Clarence railway station clerk Gawler 1922 Memorial 66/485

No 1 – CONFUSED NAME FIND

MAY, Richard farmer Reeves Plains. Probably formerly of a leasehold farm at Peachey Belt 1875[-1876] Memorial 95/285

MAY, Richard labourer Willaston. Hundred of Dalkey land grant 1883 Grant Book 26 Page 245 County Gawler

MAY, Richard farmer Hundred of Dalkey 1886 Memorial 134/380

No 1

MAY, Robert storekeeper Thebarton 1849[-1859] Memorial 11/15

MAY, Robert storekeeper Bowden 1856[-1857] Memorial 442/100

MAY, Robert dealer Thebarton 1853 Memorial 199/61

MAY, Robert formerly storekeeper Thebarton but now farmer Montague Farms near Adelaide 1866 Memorial 350/209

No 2

MAY, Robert farmer Reynella 1856 Memorial 65/109

No 3

MAY, Robert labourer Alberton 1857 Memorial 219/117

No 4

MAY, Robert farmer Lake Albert Hundred of Malcolm land grant 1871 Grant Book 54 Page 92 County Russell

MAY, Robert Abel police constable Pt Adelaide 1855 Memorial 403/90

MAY, Rupert Algernon patternmaker Gawler South 1907 Application 25354

MAY, S proclaimed bank manager Gawler 1951 Memorial 93/526

MAY, Samuel gentleman Adelaide 1852[-1853] Memorial 176/40

No 1

MAY, Thomas yeoman Nairne 1851 Memorial 48/38

MAY, Thomas stone mason Nairne 1854 Memorial 253/75

MAY, Thomas stone mason Nairne 1860 Application 1159

MAY, Thomas mason Nairne 1866 Application 7769

MAY, Thomas William farmer Nairne Hundred of Pinda land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 589 County Frome

No 1

MAY, William farmer Langhorne Creek 1856 [Probably from Fairfield Mt Barker] Memorial 79/112

MAY, William farmer Wanstead near Woodchester 1863 Memorial 59/225

MAY, William sheep farmer The Bremer 1865 Application 6119.

MAY, William sheep farmer Wanstead on the Bremer 1867[-1869] Memorial 31/219

MAY, WIlliam farmer Wanstead near Bletchley 1869[-1874] Memorial 222/237

MAY, William gentleman Mt Barker, about to leave the province for a time, power of attorney to his brother, Frederick MAY gentleman Mt Barker, to manage his SA business affairs 22/5/1874 Deposit 57/1875

MAY, WIlliam gentleman formerly of Bletchley but now in parts beyond the seas 1879 Memorial 95/318

MAY, William farmer Wanstead near Bletchley 1881 Application 18656

MAY, William gentleman of parts beyond the sea, executor for the estate of the late George SANDERS of Echunga Creek 1881 Application 18614

MAY, William farmer formerly of Wanstead but now of Muddy Plains near Hobart Tas had links with Echunga - executor for the late George SANDERS the Elder. William Lewis May mentioned but not described 1882 Memorials 128 & 157/344

MAY, William farmer Forest Hill Muddy Plains near Hobart Tas had links with Mt Barker 1885 Memorial 94/366

MAY, William farmer Forest Hill Muddy Plains near Hobart Tasmania, power of attorney to Thomas Henry STEPHENSON storekeeper Mt Barker, to manage his SA business affairs 19/3/1885 Deposit 59/1885

MAY, William formerly stockholder near Woodchester but now gentleman Sandford Tas 1903 Memorial 149/450

MAY, William retired farmer Sandford Tas, died 4/11/1903 Memorial 203/455

No 2

MAY, William farmer Sturt River 1853[-1856] He leased Section 114 Survey B for 7 years for '160 bushels of good clean saleable wheat such wheat to be delivered on or before the 25th day of March in every year at a place to be appointed by the said ER MITFORD … within 6 miles of the said premises thereby demised' W May had to keep the premises in good repair and pay all rates and taxes Memorial 145/50

No 3

MAY, William immigration officer Queenstown 1863 Memorial 244/188

No 4

MAY, William farmer Ilfracombe near Kapunda 1864[-1865] Memorial 335/193

No 5

MAY, William carpenter Adelaide 1870 Memorial 133/249

No 6

MAY, William farmer Kulpara 1887 Memorial 116/384

No 7

MAY, William drover and cattle dealer Willaston near Gawler 1887 Memorial 194/387

No 8

MAY, William railway ganger Bute Bute (Hundred of Wiltunga) township allotment land grant 1890 Grant Book 14 Page 398 County Daly

MAY, William farmer Bute. Hundred of Ninnes land grant 1903 Grant Book 14 Page 296 County Daly

No 1

MAY, William John engineer Gawler West 1901 Application 24324

MAY, William John farmer Gawler, aged 70 in 1936 Application 28027

MAY, William John Edward labourer Pt Augusta 1897 Memorial 168/433

MAY, William Kincaird clerk and bookkeeper Adelaide 1854 Memorial 19/63

MAY, William Robert blacksmith Moonta. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1904 Grant Book 14 Page 96 County Daly

MAY, William Stroud carpenter North Adelaide 1866[-1874] Memorial 238/214

No 1

MAYBERRY, Joseph farmer McLaren Vale 1855 Memorial 42/87

MAYBERY, Joseph farmer Myponga 1858 Memorial 220/142

MAYDEX, Charles the Younger labourer Millicent Hundred of Mt Muirhead land grant 1896 Grant Book 31 Page 205 County Grey

MAYELL, Edward labourer Millicent Hundred of Mt Muirhead land grant 1896 Grant Book 31 Page 204 County Grey

MAYELL, John farmer Millicent Hundred of Mt Muirhead land grant 1899 Grant Book 31 Page 207 County Grey

MAYELL, Worthy coachman Adelaide 1854[-1855] Memorial 265/68

MAYER, Wilhelm labourer Kooringa 1851 Memorial 326/33

No 1

MAYERS, George fencer Coolidee near Pt Lincoln 1883 Memorial 183/354

MAYERS, George JP farmer Elliston 1884 Memorial 165/364

MAYERS, George farmer Elliston trustee Institute Elliston Elliston (Hundred of Ward) township allotment land grant 1884 Grant Book 48 Page 44 County Musgrave

MAYERS, George farmer Hundred of Ward 1886 Memorial 153/379

MAYERS, George Kirbla Talia 1896 Memorial 118/427

No 1

MAYERS, John bricklayer Adelaide 1847 Memorial 394/39

MAYERS, John bricklayer Adelaide and Fanny Mayers his wife 1857 Memorial 59/127

MAYERS, John licensed victualler Adelaide (Rose of Australia Wakefield St) 1857 Memorial 259/117

MAYES, Charles civil engineer Adelaide 1851 Memorial 204/32

MAYES, ES farmer Ucolta 1915 Memorial 35/477

No 1

MAYFIELD, Edward Hurtle farmer formerly of the Bald Hills near Yankalilla 1901 Memorial 129/443

MAYFIELD, Edward Hurtle farmer formerly of the Bald Hills near Yankalilla but now of Inman Valley 1910 Memorial 223/462

MAYFIELD, EL bank clerk Adelaide 1926 Memorial 59/496

MAYFIELD, Emily Mary, Elizabeth Ada Mayfield, Julia Edith Mayfield and Florence Amy Mayfield graziers Bald Hills near Yankalilla 1915 Memorial 46/473

MAYFIELD, Ernest Robert farmer Bald Hills South near Yankalilla 1892 Application 22251

MAYFIELD, Frank Alexander Conrad and Ivens Mayfield farmers Lameroo. Hundred of Cotton land grant 1909 Grant Book 12 Page 122 County Chandos

MAYFIELD, FJ farmer Blyth. Elizabeth Alice Mayfield administratrix of the estate of the late George Mayfield mentioned but not described 1890 Memorial 158/405

No 1

MAYFIELD, George sheep farmer Currency Creek 1856 Memorial 262/108

MAYFIELD, George farmer Pt Elliot 1859 Application 734

No 1

MAYFIELD, George farmer Kulpara trustee Cemetery and Public School Kulpara 1873 Grant Book 14 Page 323 County Daly

MAYFIELD, George farmer Kulpara had died by 1899 intestate. Elizabeth Alice Mayfield widow Kulpara administered the estate Grant Book 14 Page 332 County Daly

MAYFIELD, Henry Arnold sheepfarmer Victor Harbor 1905 Memorial 219/452, Application 24929

No 1

MAYFIELD, Herbert William farmer Laffin Point 1895 Memorial 86/426

MAYFIELD, Herbert William farmer Milang 1902 Memorial 235/445

MAYFIELD, Herbert William formerly farmer Milang but now storekeeper Woodville 1906 Memorial 52/456

MAYFIELD, James of Bald Hills [near Yankalilla??] 1888 Memorial 235/392

MAYFIELD, John farmer Pt Elliot 1854[-1858] Memorial 231/62

MAYFIELD, John Angas strorekeeper Parilla trustee Parilla Institute 1912 Grant Book 12 Page 116 County Chandos

MAYFIELD, Julia Edith spinster Bald Hills near Victor Harbor died 14/10/1938. Her whole estate to be sold. She left £500 to each of her brothers and sisters, except her sister, Rebecca Lucy ASHTON wife of Joseph Henry Ashton Minister of the Gospel Mt Torrens. Then the rest of the money left in the estate to be given to her brothers and sisters in equal shares - no mention that Mrs Ashton to be left out in this division Application 28294

No 1

MAYFIELD, S & Sons upholsterers and undertakers Rundle St, Adelaide 1878. A SELWAY worked there Application 20929

MAYFIELD, Shepard upholsterer Adelaide, died 17/4/1883. Husband of Anna Mayfield Memorial 112/349

MAYFIELD, Shepard and Ann Mayfield (both deceased), parents of Edwin Arthur Mayfield upholsterer Adelaide (Rundle St). Parents-in-law of Caroline Jane Mayfield widow Glenelg relict of the late William Shepard Mayfield 1902 Memorial 197/445

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

MAYFIELD, Thomas Adelaide 1840 Application 10481

MAYFIELD, Thomas farmer Currency Creek 1848 Memorial 239/18 MAYFIELD, Thomas farmer Encounter Bay 1851 Memorial 41/32

MAYFIELD, Thomas farmer formerly of Adelaide, but now of Yankalilla 1851 Memorial 140/30

MAYFIELD, Thomas farmer Encounter Bay 1851 Memorial 340/41

MAYFIELD, Thomas the Elder and Younger farmers Encounter Bay 1854 Memorial 50/71

MAYFIELD, Thomas the Younger farmer Pt Elliot 1856. Trustee of the PT Elliot Public School Memorial 289/102

MAYFIELD, Thomas Esquire Dalby/Dolby House Pt Elliot 1869[-1872] Memorial 217/239

MAYFIELD, Thomas the Younger sheep farmer Encounter Bay 1850 Memorial 234/143

MAYFIELD, Thomas the Younger farmer Pt Elliot 1858 Pt Elliot District School trustee Memorial 56/152

MAYFIELD, Thomas the Younger sheep farmer Encounter Bay 1862 Application 2911

MAYFIELD, Thomas farmer formerly of Encounter Bay but now of Stepney 1862 Application 3141

MAYFIELD, Thomas formerly of Adelaide 1840 but now farmer Yankalilla 1870 Application 10481

MAYFIELD, Thomas William farmer Bald Hills near Yankalilla 1897 Application 23510

No 1

MAYFIELD, William upholsterer Adelaide 1876 Memorial 99/294

No 2

MAYFIELD, William farmer Bald Hills near Yankalilla 1890 Memorial 232/401

No 1

MAYFIELD, William Shepard cabinetmaker Adelaide 1877 Application 15981

MAYFIELD, William Shepard wholesaler Adelaide 1881 Application 18390

MAYFIELD, William Shepard upholsterer Kensington, died 17/1/1897 Bridge St, Kensington, of gout, chronic nephritis and uraemia, aged 58. His mother, Anna Mayfield, widow of Shepard Mayfield cabinetmaker and upholsterer, died 13/11/1894 at home North Tce, Adelaide, of hemiphlegia, aged 80 Memorial 30/459

MAYGER, Albert Frederick baker Kapunda 1915 Application 26439

MAYGER, Harry Thomas quarryman Harriet St, Kapunda 1925 Application 27360

MAYGER, John labourer Mt Gambier Pt MacDonnell township allotment land grant 1860 Grant Book 29 Page 104 County Grey

MAYGER, Leslie Hiram blacksmith Kapunda but temporarily of Durham Downs via Quilpie Qld 1952, declared that he had lived in Kapunda for at least 30 years. His father, Alfred Mayger quarryman Kapunda, died 1928. LH Mayger had an allotment in Kapunda on which to keep stock brought in from his other properties in the neighbourhood. Occasionally, he grew barley or a similar crop, on the land Application 28869

MAYHEW, John licensed victualler Norwood 1866 Memorial 200/217

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MAYNARD, Arthur station manager Mannahill 1922 Memorial 147/485

MAYNARD, Arthur John labourer Clare, died 16/2/1952. Husband of Kate Isabel Maynard Memorial 99/527

MAYNARD, Kate Isabel widow 7 Guilford St, Kensington Pk, aged 60 in 1953, declared that she was the widow of Arthur MAYNARD formerly station manager Mannahill 1922-1927 later labourer Clare 1927-1952. He died 1952. The Maynards erected a wood and iron house, when they bought an allotment in the township during 1927 and then leased out until they moved there in 1927. Then, the family erected a wood and iron motor shed and also a garage Application 28938

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MAYNARD, Eliza Ada Ann widow Redhill [nee COWLED relict of Thomas Maynard of Watervale and Hoyles Plains] 1878 Grant Book 14 Page 369 County Daly

MAYNARD, Eliza Ada Ann widow Broughton 1879 Memorial 88/377

MAYNARD, George brickmaker formerly of Hindmarsh 1839 but now of Portland in the Pt Phillip District 1846 Application 6704

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MAYNARD, Herbert Albert farmer Bews Extension. Hundred of Bews land grant 1912 Grant Book 12 Page 10 County Chandos

MAYNARD, Herbert Albert farmer Lameroo. Hundred of Bews land grant 1926 Grant Book 12 Page 13 County Chandos

MAYNARD, John blacksmith Clare 1857 Memorial 115/121

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MAYNARD, Mary farmer Noarlunga 1889[-1899] Memorial 210/400

MAYNARD, Mary widow Noarlunga 1903 Application 24591

MAYNARD, Sarah of Parkside 1888 Memorial 122/391

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MAYNARD, Thomas carpenter Hindmarsh 1846[-1851] Memorial 462/7

MAYNARD, Thomas carpenter [formerly of Hindmarsh but now of] Melbourne Vic 1858 Memorial 51/134

MAYNARD, William Henry of Avondale Station 1883. He was a director of the Avondale Silver Lead Mining Co, along with Henry MCCONVILLE, Thomas YOUNG, John Leonard MATTERS, and Robert GORDON Memorials 32 & 41/355

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MAYNE, Edith Ferguson widow Adelaide 1914 Memorial 40/471

MAYNE, Edith Ferguson widow Adelaide 1917 Application 26605

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MAYNE, Elisha miner Wallaroo Mine. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1881 Grant Book 14 Page 66 County Daly

MAYNE, Elisha farmer Kadina 1887 Memorial 170/385

No 1 - perhaps the same person

MAYNE, Henry painter and glazier Bowden 1854 Memorial 285/65

MAYNE, Henry painter Bowden 1854 Application 18095

MAYNE, Henry painter Adelaide 1855[-1862] Memorial 92/103

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MAYNE, James bootmaker Thebarton 1862[-1872] Memorial 129/189

MAYNE, James boot manufacturer Kent Town and Mary Mayne his wife. James Mayne died c1887 Memorial 197/386

MAYNE, Jessie Fabian married woman 45 Gardiner Ave, St Morris 1953, declared that she was a daughter of Robert Wallace SCOTT warehouseman The Parade, Norwood, a sister to Robert Clifford Scott clerk Leslie Ave, Evandale and mother to Royston Scott Mayne traveller 1 Loader St, Glynde Application 28905

No 1 - possibly the same person

MAYNE, Richard farmer Helston near Kapunda 1855[-1858] Memorial 181/91

MAYNE, Richard miner Helston near Kapunda 1864 Memorial 181/91

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MAYNE, Richard the Elder grocer Jamestown, became a bankrupt on 11/9/1886 Memorial 31/382

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MAYNE, Thomas farmer Gawler 1854 Memorial 210/69

MAYNE, Thomas labourer Gawler 1864 Application 5503

MAYNE, Thomas formerly farmer near Gawler 1854 but now labourer Gawler West 1872 Application 12036

MAYNE, Thomas Charles train driver Aldgate 1890 Memorial 110/402

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MAYNE, Thomas Henry medical doctor Kooringa 1856[-1867] Burra Burra General Land and Building Co trustee Memorial 440/98

MAYNE, Thomas Henry surgeon Kooringa. Hundred of Kooringa land grant 1858 Grant Book 8 Page 11 County Burra

MAYNE, Thomas Henry surgeon Kooringa, about to leave the province, power of attorney to William Henry CHALLONER gentleman Kooringa, to manage his SA business affairs 1/12/1864. TH MAYNE died 16/2/1869 not known where Deposit 319/1864

MAYNE, Thomas Henry died 16/2/1869. His wife, Amelia Mayne, died 2/11/1886 Petersham NSW Memorial 225/390

MAYNE, Amelia widow Inverell NSW, power of attorney to Jordan E MOULDEN solicitor King William St, Adelaide, to manage her SA business affairs 7/4/1881. She died 2/11/1886, at home Palace St, Petersham NSW, of softening of the brain (6 weeks), aged 67. She was born in India, her father John GOODFELLOW. Married in England, aged 28, to Thomas Henry MAYNE, who became medical practitioner at Kooringa SA. One son living, Thomas Kenneth Bartie MAYNE, aged 34, a solicitor, who lived Regent St, Paddington NSW. He had formerly been at Inverell. One son and one daughter had died. Her daughter-in-law called Jane Helen MAYNE. In NSW for 30 years Deposits 73/1881, 31/1888

MAYNE, Thomas Kenneth Bartie solicitor Inverell NSW 1886[-1888] son of Thomas Henry Mayne now deceased and his wife, Amelia Mayne now widow Petersham NSW 1886 Memorial 185/375

MAYO, George Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now on a voyage to Great Britain 1851 Memorial 16/32

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MAYO, George Gibbes civil engineer Adelaide, power of attorney to George MAYO Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 27/12/1883 Deposit 19/1884

MAYO, George Gibbes estate agent Adelaide 1910 Memorial 29/463

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MAYO, Herbert solicitor Lameroo trustee Pinnaroo District Hospital 1912 Grant Book 12 Page 10 County Chandos

MAYO, Herbert solicitor formerly of Lameroo but now of Adelaide 1920 Application 26860

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MAYO, Thomas shopman Adelaide (Elizabeth St) 1849 Memorial 45/17

MAYO, T storekeeper Hahndorf 1855 Memorial 5/85

MAYO, Thomas general storekeeper Hahndorf 1856 Memorial 11/97

MAYO, Thomas storekeeper Hahndorf. Trustee Hahndorf Land, Building & Investment Society 1856[-1857] He had left SA by 1871 Memorial 225/141, Application 15620

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MAYOR, Henry James accountant Adelaide 1882 Memorial 216/336

MAYOR, Herbert bank manager Appila Yarrowie and Helen Maria Mayor his wife formerly HM PEACOCK 1890[-1906] Memorial 104/406

MAYOR, Herbert bank manager Appila Yarrowie Co Frome. Hundred of Roby land grant 1906 Grant Book 6 Page 21 County Buccleuch

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MAYR, Ludwig Arnulf farmer Allendale North 1904 Application 24855

MAYR, Mathilda Maria widow Hamilton on the Light, died 5/10/1931. Legacies to Johannes Heinrich JONSEN, Arthur Andew Josen, Alma Bernhardine LAUBSCH, Elvira Mathilda HANSEN, Helene Alwine Mayr. [It appears that Mrs Mayr was the mother of Edwin Reinhold Jonsen, who was born on 10/3/1898 Application 29304

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MAYR, Valentin farmer Upper Wakefield 1863[-1866] Memorial 249/192

MAYR, Valentin farmer Sevenhill 1866 Memorial 11/215

MAYR, Valentin publican Sevenhill, purchased the unexpired lease of the Black Eagle Hotel, Sevenhill for £29 from Hermann Lummer out of business Sevenhill 1869 Memorial 236/242

MAYR, Valentin vigneron Watervale 1885 Memorial 18/371

MAYSOM, Isabella spinster formerly of Adelaide but now of Ivanhoe near Angaston, died c1868. She left her entire estate to Mary Ann EVANS formerly Mary Ann PRICE wife of Henry Angas Evans of Ivanhoe Memorial 113/230

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MAYSON, Charles gentleman and Isabella Mayson spinster North Adelaide 1851 Memorial 186/29

MAYSON, Charles gentleman Clarke’s Buildings, Hindley St, Adelaide 1851 Memorial 238/31 Clerk to MAGUIRE & BAGOT solicitors Adelaide 1851 Memorial 390/32

MAYSON, Charles gentleman Adelaide 1855 Memorial 68/129

MAYSON, Charles gentleman Adelaide. Brother to Isabella Mayson. He had a 'young friend' called Mary Ann PRICE 1857 Memorial 131/156

MAYWALD, Carl Friedrich carpenter Point Pass 1899 Grant Book 17 Page 175 County Eyre

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MAYWALD, Carl Gottlob carpenter Tanunda 1852[-1862] Memorial 258/39

MAYWALD/MAIWALD, Gottlob labourer Tanunda, died 8/10/1886 Parkside. Husband of Johanne Eleonore Maywald nee SCHNEIDER, who died 9/9/1891. Grandparents of Albert Paul SEVERIN, Carl Conrad Severin, Johanne Emilie Auguste ADOLPH nee Severin wife of Harry Adolph, Emma Bertha SCHUMANN nee Severi wife if Heinrich Schumann, and Henriette Anna Severin. Executors: Carl August SCHUBERT farmer Langmeil and Johann Carl Wilhelm HEILMANN shoemaker Tanunda Memorial 75/412

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MAYWALD, Johann Friedrich Wilhelm carpenter Nuriootpa linked with Carl Sylvanus Maywald carpenter Nuriootpa 1924 Memorial 97/490

MAYWALD, Johann Friedrich Wilhelm carpenter Nuriootpa 1924, father of Carl Sylvanus Maywald carpenter Nuriootpa, partners in the firm of W Maywald & Son Application 27648

MAZE, James gentleman Mt Barker 1845 Memorial 340/5

MAZE, John stockholder Green Hills Special Survey, in partnership with Henry BAIRD 1843. The men bought Aboriginal Reserves Sections 3336 and 3337 in the Special Survey for £15 Memorial 299/3

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MAZEY, David Woolman hawker Alberton 1924, declared that he had lived in the area for over 40 years Application 27247

MAZEY, David Woolman hawker Alberton, aged 72 years in 1927, declared that he had been born in King St, Alberton, and had spent his whole life in the district Application 27596

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MAZEY, Israel of Alberton 1847 Memorial 444/8

MAZEY, Israel fisherman Alberton 1854[-1873] Memorial 259/76

MAZEY, John gentleman Pirie St, Adelaide 1852 Memorial 297/44

MAZEY, Joseph fisherman Alberton 1894 . Linked with Israel Mazey who had died c1894 Application 22818

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MAZURE, Emile Edward orchardist Magill 1921 Memorial 141/482

MAZURE, Emile Edward orchardist formerly of Magill but now of Marden linked with Leon Edmond Mazure vigneron Victor Harbor 1923 Memorial 124/488

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MAZZUCHI, Pietro optician Adelaide (Hindley St) 1854 Memorial 43/72

MAZZUCHI, Peter optician Adelaide 1859 Application 650

MAZZINI, Henry farmer Warooka 1880 Memorial 182/327