Extracts from SA General Registry Office (GRO) Information

The following information was extracted basically 'as is' from Reg Butler's (Hahndorf Historian) unpublished computer working files as at c2014. 

This consists of data extracted from GRO Applications, Deposits, Enrolments, Land Grants, Memorials, and RPA Searches which Reg then combined by name.  These have been subsequently split into the Merged Name Lists shown below.

Although it is certain that when compiling such data Reg took all available means to ensure accuracy and has provided appropriate references to all information, it is left to the reader to determine the validity of all such data.

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Ba* - Bec*

Bed* - Bow*

Box* - By*

Ca* - Cha*

Che* - Com*

Con* - Cu*

Da* - Dic*

Die* - Dy*

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Fa* - Fl*

Fo* - Fy*

Ga* - Gol*

Gom* - Gy*

Ha* - Han*

Har* - Hel*

Hem* - Hof*

Hog* - Hy*

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La* - Lev*

Lew* - 'Ly*

Ma* - Maz*

McA* - McW*

Me* - Mom*

Mon* - My*

N*

O*

Pa* to Per*

Pes* to Py*

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Ra* - Roa*

Rob* - Rz*

Sa* - Sc*

Se*- Sl*

Sm* - Sq*

St* - Sy*

Ta* to Thr*

Thu* to Ty*

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Wa* - Wee*

Weg* - Will*

Wilm*- Wy*

X*, Y*,  Z*

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

Names Beginning 'McA*' to 'McW*'

MCCABE, Charles farmer near Kadina. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1901 Grant Book 14 Page 249 County Daly

No 1

MCCABE, Michael farmer Mallala Keilli township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 14 Page 489 County Daly

MCCABE, Michael of Broughton Extension Hundred of Redhill land grant 1878 Grant Book 14 Page 370 County Daly

No 1

MCADAM, David the Younger farmer Penola 1888 Memorial 126/395

MCADAM, Jane home duties Penola widow of the late David McAdam of Penola, aged 78 in 1946, declared she had lived in Penola for 56 years Application 28467

No 1

MCADAM, Duncan of Lordston 1863 Memorial 101/191

MCADAM, Duncan carpenter Kingston Lacepede Bay 1868 Application 9090

MCADAM, William farmer formerly of Coobowie but now of Yalpara 1882 Memorial 158/342

No 1

MCALEES, John miner Wallaroo. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1870 Grant Book 14 Page 78 County Daly

MCALEES, John yeoman Wallaroo.Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1870 Grant Book 14 Page 79 County Daly

MCALINEY, Thomas contractor Clare 1883 Memorial 216/348

MCALISTER, Edward James printer Blyth St, Adelaide 1922 Application 27039

MCALISTER, John Augustus merchant Adelaide 1919 Memorial 107/478

No 1

MCALLAN, William farmer Tin Pot near Woodchester 1864 Application 4925

MCALLAN, William farmer the Bremer 1875 Application 14372

MCALLAN, William farmer Stanley Hundred of Monarto land grant 1868 Grant Book 58 Page 145 County Sturt FIND CHECK RESIDENCE – def Stanley but where is it?

No 1

MCALLEN, Thomas labourer Birkenhead near Pt Adelaide and Eliza McAllen his wife formerly Eliza MELVILLE widow 1885 Memorial 101/365

MCALLEN, Thomas William shipwright Birkenhead 1908 Application 25434

MCALLEN, Thomas William shipwright Birkenhead 1904[-1916]. His wife, Eliza McAllen, died c1916 Memorial 90/474

MCALLEN, Thomas William retired shipwright 44 Wells St, Birkenhead, died 5/8/1957. Father of Gwendoline Isabel McAllen and Albeura Desdomona McAllen spinsters 44 Wells St, Birkenhead Memorial 92/532

MCALLISTER, Arthur and John labourers Brompton 1862 Application 3514

MCALLISTER, Charles Francis plumber Pt Adelaide 1878 Memorial 210/310

MCALLISTER, John labourer Brompton 1850 Memorial 440/25

No 1 - likely to be the same person

MCALLUM, Daniel sheepfarmer Mattawarrangala 1862 Memorial 248/185

MCALLUM, Daniel station manager Terlinga South Petherton 1885 Memorial 154/371

No 1

MCCALLUM, John sheepfarmer Pt Lincoln Hundred of Yaranyacka land grant 1874 Grant Book 179 Page 203 County Flinders

No 2

MCCALLUM, John farmer Walker Flat trustee unnamed Cemetery Hundred of Ridley Hundred of Ridley land grant 1888 Grant Book 58 Page 154 County Sturt

No 1

MCALPINE, Andrew storekeeper Penola 1860[-1864] Memorial 99/166

MCALPINE, Andrew storekeeper Penola Hundred of Killanoola land grant 1865 Grant Book 50 Page 149 County Robe

No 1

MCANANEY, Patrick sheepfarmer Langhorne Creek 1885[-1899] Memorial 15/364

MCANANEY, Patrick farmer Langhorne Creek linked with William Alfred McAnaney farmer West Creek Langhorne Bridge 1893 Memorial 146/417

MCANANEY, Patrick stockholder and farmer Langhorne Creek 1902 Memorial 42/445

MCANANEY, Patrick farmer Strathalbyn 1907 Application 25388

No 1

MCANANEY, William Alfred grazier Underdale 1926[-1929] Memorial 175/494

MCANANEY, William Alfred grazier formerly of Underdale but now of near Langhorne Creek and Clara Annie McAnaney his wife 1936 Memorial 123/509

MCANLAY, Hector the Younger licensed victualler Criterion Hotel, Pt Adelaide 1900 Memorial 242/440

MCANNA, John tailor Adelaide 1883 Application 19593

MCANULTY, Alexander market gardener Carey Gully 1881 Application 18775

No 1

MCANULTY, Patrick shoemaker New Tiers 1862 Memorial 329/185

MCANULTY, Patrick shoemaker Carey Gully 1871[-1881] Memorial 250/251, Application 18775

No 1

MCARA, William of North Kapunda 1850 Memorial 195/23

MCARA, William of Adelaide 1853. Kapunda allotment purchase Memorial 344/48

MCARA, William formerly of Kapunda but now of Castlemaine Vic 1855 Memorial 110/91

MCARA, William formerly of Kapunda, but now of Castlemaine Vic, intending to be absent from the province of SA for a time, power of attorney to John BREWSTER storekeeper Kapunda, to manage his SA business affairs 11/6/1855 Deposit 589/1855

MCARA, William baker Mt Blackwood Vic, died c1864. He left his entire estate to his cousin, Mrs J BREWSTER in Adelaide [probably Mrs John Brewster wife of John Brewster storekeeper Kapunda who had been W McAra's local attorney from 1855 when he was already living in Victoria]. Annie Brewster wife of Robert Brewster storekeeper Kapunda must have been a link with this woman Memorials 180/91 & 18/322

MCARDLE, Arthur William John farmer North Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of Sherlock land grant 1907 Grant Book 6 Page 33 County Buccleuch

No 1 - perhaps the same person

MCARDLE, Bernard linked with Sections 210, 211 Hundred of Bagot Co Eyre 1882 Memorial 49/338

MCARDLE, Bernard farmer near Hamley Bridge 1893 Memorial 35/416

MCARDLE, Bernard farmer Windsor Co Gawler. Hundred of Forster land grant 1908 Grant Book 3 Page 30 County Albert

No 1 – perhaps the same person

MCARDLE, Frank farmer Wild Horse Plains. Hundred of Balaklava land grant 1900 Grant Book 26 Page 116 County Gawler

MCARDLE, Frank farmer Avon 1914[-1935] Memorial 18/471

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

MCARDLE, John farmer Morphett Vale 1851[-1856] Memorial 473/36

MCARDLE, John farmer Morphett Vale Co Adelaide. Hundred of Alma land grant 1857 Grant Book 26 Page 53 County Gawler

MCARDLE, John labourer Hackham 1860 Application 1948

MCARDLE, John labourer Bungaree Station near Clare 1852 Memorial 99/42

MCARDEL, John farmer formerly of Morphett Vale but now of Stockport 1863 Memorial 336/190

MCARDLE, John the Younger farmer Alma Plains 1882 Memorial 119/339

MCARDLE, John blacksmith Hamley Bridge 1883 Memorial 201/349

MCARDLE, John farmer Hamley Bridge 1883 Memorial 202/349

MCARDLE, John farmer formerly of McLaren Vale but now of Alma 1884 Application 20047

MCARDLE, John farmer Wild Horse Plains 1890 Memorial 245/405

MCARDLE, Leo James farmer Bowmans 1954 Application 29042

No 1

MCARDLE, Patrick farmer Alma Plains 1881 Memorial 218/335

MCARDLE, Patrick agent Hamley Bridge Hundred of Bagot land grant 1882 Grant Book 17 Page 233 County Eyre

MCARDLE, Patrick farmer Hamley Bridge 1883 Memorial 77/349

Agent Hamley Bridge 1883 Memorial 201/349

MCARDLE, Patrick agent Hamley Bridge 1883 Memorial 93/350

MCARDLE, Patrick farmer Wild Horse Plains Lorne township (Hundred of Inkerman) allotment land grant 1889 Grant Book 27 Page 457 County Gawler

MCARDLE, Patrick farmer Wild Horse Plains 1890 Memorial 238/407

MCARDLE, Patrick out of business Wayville purchased the remainder of the lease of the Governor Hindmarsh Hotel Port Road, Bowden 1903 Memorial 66/450

MCARDLE, Patrick farmer Henley Beach Hundred of Cavenagh land grant 1905 Grant Book 34 Page 23 County Herbert

MCARDLE, Patrick farmer North Adelaide (Stanley St) 1907 Memorial 123/456

MCARDLE, Patrick farmer formerly of North Adelaide but now of Kilkenny 1908 Application 25513

MCARDLE, Patrick farmer Kilkenny Co Adelaide. Hundred of Cotton land grant 1910 Grant Book 12 Page 124 County Chandos

MCARDLE, Patrick farmer Kilkenny 1913 Memorial 17/470

No 1

MCAREE, Francis staff surgeon Kensington and Elizabeth Eliza Frances McAree his wife formerly formerly Elizabeth Lucas 1882 Memorial 199/342

MCAREE, Elizabeth widow formerly of Kensington Park but now of Alton Vista Brougham Place, North Adelaide relict of the late Francis McAree formerly gentleman Kensington but now deceased 1909 Memorial 167/460

No 1

MCARTHUR, Adam of Melrose 1857 Memorial 252/119

MCARTHUR, Adam mason Moonta 1880 Memorial 52/435

No 1 - perhaps the same person

MCARTHUR, Alexander, Michael KINGSBOROUGH and John BALLANTYNE merchants Adelaide trading under the style or firm of McArthur, Kingsborough & Co 1859 Memorial 264/155

MCARTHUR, Alexander, KINGSBOROUGH, Michael and BALLANTYNE, John merchants trading under the style or firm of McArthur, Kingsborough & Co 1859. They owned lot 24 township of Donneybrook, laid out on Section 74 Hutt River Special Survey. William PAXTON established the township Application 10061

MCARTHUR, Alexander selector Limestone Valley, died 14/7/1880. Executors; Donald McArthur sheep farmer Limestone Ridge and Angus MacDonald selector Limestone Ridge. Donald McArthur died 17/5/1882 Memorial 94/393 & RPA Search 16

No 2

MCARTHUR, Alexander grazier Tatiara Hundred of Glen Roy land grant 1877 Grant Book 29 Page 286 County MacDonnell

MCARTHUR, Alexander Fell of Carrieton 1887 Memorial 129/385

No 1 - perhaps the same person

MCARTHUR, Archibald farmer Mt Gambier 1866[-1877] Memorial 207/216, Application 15999

MCARTHUR, Archibald farmer Mt Gambier Hundred of Robertson land grant 1885 Grant Book 50 Page 177 County Robe

MCARTHUR, Archibald butcher Mt Gambier 1886 Application 21002

MCARTHUR, Archibald butcher Mt Gambier, died 10/7/1911. He left estate to John SIMPSON labourer Mt Gambier, his grandsons Archibald, Neil, Peter and Stanley McIntyre, his granddaughter Elsie McIntyre, his daughter Catherine McArthur spinster Mt Gambier, his sons Peter Dugald McArthur and Angus McArthur farmers Mt Gambier. Estate worth £11,000 Application 26098

No 2

MCARTHUR, Archibald farmer Booborowie Hundred of Willowie land grant 1885 Grant Book 24 Page 747 County Frome

MCARTHUR, Benjamin labourer Wongalere near Williamstown 1866 Memorial 154/211

No 1

MCARTHUR, Charles of Adelaide 1854 Memorial 464/77

No 2

MCARTHUR, Charles farmer Mt Gambier 1886 Memorial 224/376

MCARTHUR, Charles farmer Mt Gambier 1899 Application 23877

No 1

MCARTHUR, Donald sheep farmer Limestone Ridge 1854 Memorial 319/116

MCARTHUR, Donald stockholder Limestone Ridge Penola Hundred of Killanoola land grant 1862 Grant Book 50 Page 140 County Robe

MCARTHUR, Donald and James farmer near Mt Gambier 1876 Memorial 166/289

MCARTHUR, Donald farmer Mt Gambier 1876 Memorial 25/294

MCARTHUR, Donald and Charles farmers Mt Gambier 1909 Application 25633

No 2

MCARTHUR, Donald lighthouse keeper Kangaroo Island. Hundred of Dudley land grant 1863 Grant Book 66 Page 66 County Carnarvon

MCARTHUR, Donald farmer Hog Bay Kangaroo Island. Hundred of Dudley land grant 1882 Grant Book 11 Page 10 County Carnarvon

No 3

MCARTHUR, Donald overseer Rendelsham Millicent North (Hundred of Mt Muirhead) township allotment land grant 1899 Grant Book 31 Page 313 County Grey

MCARTHUR, Donald farmer Rendlesham 1899 Memorial 84/454

MCARTHUR, Ellen licensed victualler Belair Hotel Belair 1903 Memorial 240/449

MCARTHUR, Henry clerk Kingston nr Pt Adelaide 1872 Application 12455

No 1 - probably the same person

MCARTHUR, James of near Mt Gambier 1870 Memorial 112/249

MCARTHUR, James farmer Mt Gambier 1880 Memorial 150/326

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

MCARTHUR, James farmer near Hog Bay Kangaroo Island 1891[-1904] Memorial 220/406

No 3

MCARTHUR, James butcher Hawker. Hundred of Wonoka land grant 1885 Grant Book 5 Page 29 County Blachford

No 1

MCARTHUR, John yeoman Alberton 1841 Labourer Pt Adelaide 151 Application 18552

MCARTHUR, John labourer Pt Adelaide 1852 Memorial 465/38

No 2

MCARTHUR, John and Neil farmers Mt Gambier 1859[-1873] Memorial 164/243

MCARTHUR, John farmer Mt Muirhead trustee unnamed School Hundred of Mt Muirhead Hundred of Mt Muirhead land grant 1873 Grant Book 31 Page 193 County Grey

MCARTHUR, John farmer Millicent Beachport (Hundred of Rivoli Bay) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 31 Page 286 County Grey

MCARTHUR, John of Millicent trustee Presbyterian Church Millicent Millicent North (Hundred of Mt Muirhead) township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 31 Page 308 County Grey

MCARTHUR, John farmer Millicent 1878[-1883] Memorial 67/309

MCARTHUR, John of Millicent, died 26/5/1885, He left his entire estate in trust to his wife, Margaret McArthur, for life, then to the unnnamed children in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant. Archibald McArthur farmer Mt Gambier apparently belonged to this family Memorial 24/375

MCARTHUR, John farmer Millicent, died 26/5/1885. Executors: William BENNETT farmer Millicent and William SINCLAIR dealer Mt Gambier Memorial 94/426

MCARTHUR, John farmer Millicent, died 26/5/1885. He left his estate in trust to his wife, Margaret McArthur for life, then to his children in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant. By 1895, the family was disposed as follows: Margaret McArthur widow Millicent, Elizabeth Flora McArthur spinster Millicent, Mary SMITH wife of James W Smith Cavendish Vic, Agnes BENNETT wife of Hugh Bennett of Warracknabeal Vic, Isabella LIVINGSTON of Fremantle WA, Christina SUTHERLAND wife of George Sutherland of Furner, Pedter McArthur grazier Millicent, William John McArthur labourer Millicent, Simon McArthur of White Feather, Archibald Neil McArthur labourer Millicent Application 22904

MCARTHUR, John had died by 1892. Executors – Peter SINCLAIR farmer Millicent and William SUTHERLAND farmer Millicent Grant Book 31 Page 204 County Grey

No 1

MCARTHUR, Margaret domestic servant Kooringa 1861 Memorial 13/179

No 2

MCARTHUR, Margaret widow Hawker relict of the late James McArthur formerly butcher Hawker now deceased 1888 Memorial 70/394

No 1

MCARTHUR, Neil farmer OB Flat, died 2/1/1878. Linked with Archibald McArthur farmer Mt Gambier Memorial 94/310

MCARTHUR, Catherine widow of the late Neil McArthur farmer Mt Gambier, died 1/12/1905, of uraemia, aged 67 Application 25078

No 1 – perhaps the same person

MCARTHUR, Peter farmer Mt Gambier 1857[-1861] Memorial 349/122, Application 2404

MCARTHUR, Peter farmer Millicent. Millicent North (Hundred of Mt Muirhead) township allotment land grant 1899 Grant Book 31 Page 313 County Grey

No 2

MCARTHUR, Peter farmer Troubridge. Hundred of Melville land grant 1876 Grant Book 19 Page 76 County Fergusson

No 1

MCARTHUR, William merchant City of London, Middlesex, England, power of attorney to Alexander McArthur merchant Sydney NSW 1856 Memorial 63/158

MCARTHUR, William merchant Moorgatge St, City of London, Middlesex, England, leased a warehouse in Adelaide (probably on either TA 168 or 169), for five years from September 1867 at £600 a year, to Peter EDELSTEN, Michael KINGSBOROUGH and Samuel Crawford PEARSON drapers Adelaide trading under the style or firm of Edelsten, Kingsborough and Pearson Memorial 213/238

MCARTHUR, William merchant Coleman St, London, England, power of attorney to William H CHARNOCK merchant Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 6/9/1871 Deposit 200/1874

MCARTHUR, William Esquire MP of 4 Chapel St, Cripplegate, City of London, Middlesex, England 1881 Memorial 120/338

No 2

MCARTHUR, William farmer Yankalilla 1859 Memorial 269/156

MCARTHUR, William farmer Yankalilla 1862 Application 3084

MCARTLUN, Patrick labourer Brompton 1881 Application 18597

MCCARTY, Hugh farm labourer Lochiel Hundred of Goyder land grant 1892 Grant Book 56 Page 419 County Stanley

MCCARTY, Mary Monica married woman Cowell Cowell (Hundred of Playford) township allotment land grant 1897 Grant Book 39 Page 84 County Jervois

MCASKILL, Alexander farmer Hill River 1858 Memorial 56/138

No 1 - the Elder

MCASKILL, Allan the Elder farmer Clare 1863 Application 9055

MCASKILL, Allan farmer formerly of Clare 1863 but now of Stanley Flat near Clare 1868 Application 9055

MCASKILL, Allan the Elder farmer Stanley Flat Hundred of Milne and Sarah McAskill his wife linked with John McDermott farmer White Hut and Catherine McDermott his wife, Allan McAskill the Younger farmer Hundred of Milne and Alexander MCPHAIL farmer White Hut and Mary McPhail his wife 1869 Memorial 144/240

MCASKILL, Allan the Elder farmer Stanley Flat, died c1869 intestate. Letters of administration to his wife, Marian McAskill, to settle his estate. Mrs McAskill was still at Stanley Flat in 1880 Memorials 91 & 229/326

MCASKILL, Mary [Marian?] widow White Hut near Clare [probably Mrs Allan McAskill the Elder] Hundred of Andrews land grant 1878 Grant Book 56 Page 313 County Stanley

MCASKILL, Marian widow Stanley Flat near Clare 1880[-1888] Memorial 6/390

MCASKILL, Marian widow of Allan McAskill the Elder farmer Stanley Flat, transferred real estate to her childen, Donald, Anne and Sarah McAskill, of Stanley Flat 1888 Application 21343

No 2 - the Younger

MCASKILL, Allan the Younger farmer Hutt River 1864 Memorial 218/203

MCASKILL, Allan farmer White Hut near Clare Hundred of Ayers land grant 1868 Grant Book 56 Page 203 County Stanley

MCASKILL, Allan farmer Hilltown Hundred of Andrews land grant 1873 Grant Book 56 Page 312 County Stanley

MCASKILL, Allan farmer near Clare Hundred of Andrews land grant 1878 Grant Book 56 Page 313 County Stanley

MCASKILL, Allan farmer Hundred of Andrews trustee unnamed School Hundred of Andrews Hundred of Andrews land grant 1875 Grant Book 56 Page 310 County Stanley

MCASKILL, Allan formerly the Younger farmer White Hut 1888 Application 21343

No 3

MCASKILL, Allan farmer Tungkillo Hundred of Tungkillo land grant 1868 Grant Book 58 Page 307 County Sturt

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

MCASKILL, Donald shepherd Hill River 1858 linked with Malcolm McAskill farmer Clare Memorial 186/133

MCASKILL, Donald the Elder shepherd Hill River linked with Donald McAskill the Younger and Alexander McAskill farmers Hill River 1858 Memorial 56/138

MCASKILL, Donald gentleman Wakefield River 1858 Memorial 241/140

MCASKILL, Donald the Elder farmer near Clare 1861 Application 2352

MCASKILL, Donald the Younger and MCASKILL, Alexander [He could not write] farmers both of Hill River 1862 Application 3659

MCASKILL, James farmer Duck Ponds Creek 1864 Application 5535

No 1

MCASKILL, John farmer near Clare 1860 Application 1413

MCASKILL, John farmer near Clare 1893 Memorial 197/417

No 2

MCASKILL, John farmer Gum Creek Hundred of Andrews land grant 1875 Grant Book 56 Page 311 County Stanley

No 3

MCASKILL, John farmer Spalding Booborowie (Hundred of Ayers) township allotment land grant 1890 Grant Book 56 Page 320 County Stanley

No 4

MCASKILL, John storekeeper Eastwood Yunta township allotment land grant Co Herbert 1887 Grant Book 34 Page 163 County Herbert

No 1

MCASKILL, Mary of Section 3007 Hundred of Milne Co Stanley linked with Sarah McAskill and her husband Allan McAskill the Elder farmer Stanley Flat, Catharine McDERMOTT and her husband John McDermott farmer White Hut, Christian McAskill and her husband Allan McAskill the Younger farmer Hundred of Milne and Mary MCPHAIL and her husband Alexander McPhail farmer White Hut 1869 Memorial 144/240

MCASKILL, Mary widow White Hut 1875 Application 14087

MCASKILL, Mary widow Clare 1889 Memorial 60/331

No 2

MCASKELL, Mary widow Dooen Vic 1889 Memorial 195/398

MCAULAY, Alexander clerk Pt Adelaide 1878 Memorial 250/311

No 1

MCAULAY, Angus hotel manager Criterion Hotel, Pt Adelaide 1910 Memorial 138/462

MCAULAY, Angus proprietor Criterion Hotel, Pt Adelaide 1924[-1944] Memorial 196/489

MCAULAY, Cyril Vincent salesman Pt Lincoln linked with Amelia Mary McAulay spinster Pt Lincoln 1931 Memorial 72/504

No 1

MCAULAY, Hector licensed victualler Criterion Hotel Frances St, Pt Adelaide 1900 Memorial 242/440

MCAULAY, Hector out of business Cheltenham, died 9/8/1905. Executors; Alexander and William Charles McAulay licensed victuallers Pt Adelaide. William C McAulay of Pt Adelaide also mentioned Memorial 77/461

MCAULEY, Cyril Vincent car driver Pt Lincoln 1943 Memorial 70/517

No 1

MCAULEY, Martin labourer near Truro Co Eyre. Hundred of Narridy land grant 1878 Grant Book 60 Page 257 County Victoria

MCAULEY, Martin linked with Section 64 Hundred of Wirreanda Co Granville 1885 Memorial 139/373

MCAULEY, Mary widow South Road, Edwardstown, aged 53 in 1914. She declared that she had lived on South Road, Edwardstown all her life 'and am well acquainted with the old residents there, their occupations and residences' Application 26376

MCCAULEY, William farmer Barunga. Hundred of Barunga land grant 1881 Grant Book 14 Page 468 County Daly

MCAULIFFE, John of Springfield, Mt Crawford 1880 Memorial 53/326

No 1

MCAULIFFE, Mary widow of Patrick McAuliffe 1908, had lived at the same address in Ann St, Stepney for at least 44 years. She gave birth to her son, James McAuliffe, there Application 25507

No 2

MCAULIFFE, Mary hotelkeeper Adelaide (Austral Hotel Rundle St) 1913 Memorial 45/469

No 1

MCAULIFFE, Mary Catherine married woman Milang 1928[-1930] Memorial 136/500, Application 27783

MCAULIFFE, Michael Patrick out of business Whitmore Square, Adelaide 1911 Memorial 247/465

MCAVANEY, John James of near Kapunda 1875 Memorial 10/279 No 1

MCAVANEY, Levi Bert farmer Pinnaroo. Hundred of Pinnaroo land grant 1923 Grant Book 12 Page 52 County Chandos

MCAVANEY, Katie Louise married woman Kringin. Kringin (Hundred of Peebinga) township allotment land grant 1929 Grant Book 12 Page 261 County Chandos

MCAVANEY, Mary Ann spinster Norwood 1924 Application 27239

No 1 – perhaps the same person

MCBAIN, Alexander sheepfarmer Messamurry Hundred of Naracoorte land grant 1876 Grant Book 50 Page 108 County Robe

MCBAIN, Alexander and John sheep farmers Munkoora and Monster Stations 1881 Memorial 166/334

No 1

MCBAIN, Benjamin John grazier Crower near Lucindale and Marion Jean McBain his wife 1929 Memorial 140/501

MCBAIN, Marion Jean married woman Crower via Lucindale 1938 Application 28163

No 1

MCBAIN, Donald farmer near Milang 1865[-1875] Memorial 1/208

MCBAIN, Donald and Norman farmers near Milang 1869 Memorial 171/240

MCBAIN, Donald farmer Disrict of Bremer, died 23/5/1876. He left his entire estate in trust to his wife, Catherine McBain, during her widowhood, then according to his will to his children - sons Archibald and John McBain, and daughters Catherine, Mary Ann, Janet and Sarah McBain 1882 Memorial 148/346

MCBAIN, Donald of Milang, died 23/5/1876. His widow, Catherine McBain, died 12/10/1882. By 1883, their family was disposed as follows: Archibald McBain farmer Yanipy Vic; Catherine PERRY wife of Henry Alfred Perry farmer Yanipy Vic; Mary Ann McBain spinster Yanipy Vic; Janet ST CLAIR wife of Tom St Clair farmer Yanipy Vic; and Sarah McBain spinster Yanipy Vic Memorial 32/347

MCBAIN, Donald farmer Bremer District, died 23/5/1876. He left his widow, Catherine McBain, a life interest in trust in his estate, until her death or remarriage, then to his children, Archibald, Catherine, Mary Ann, Janet and Sarah McBain in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant. Catherine McBain widow of the late Donald McBain farmer Lakeside near Milang, died 12/10/1882, of chronic inflammation of the liver and ascites, aged 62 Application 26131

No 2

MCBAIN, Donald settler Messamurray near Narracoorte. He leased Baker Range Station a 72-square mile run situated east of Lacepede Bay 1868 Memorial 49/236

MCBAIN, Donald sheepfarmer Messamurray Hundred of Hynam land grant 1876[-1877] Grant Book 29 Page 164 County MacDonnell

MCBAIN, Donald and John sheep farmers Messamurray 1878 Memorial 70/308

MCBAIN, Donald and John stockholders near Mt Monster S-E 1874 Memorial 69/274 Stockholders Messamurray near Narracoorte S-E 1874[-1878] Memorial 141/274

MCBAIN, Donald and John stockholders Mt Benson Hundred of Waterhouse land grant 1878[-1883] Grant Book 50 Page 25 County Robe

MCBAIN, Donald and John sheep farmers Messamurray, Monkoora, Mt Monster and Mt Benson Stations 1879[-1896] Memorial 77/318

MCBAIN, Donald and John stockholders Robe 1881 Memorial 163/334

MCBAIN, Donald sheep farmer Mt Benson Station 1881[-1896] Memorial 165/334

MCBAIN, Donald sheep farmer Mt Benson near Robe 1883 Application 19694

MCBAIN, Donald grazier Mt Benson linked with John McBain grazier Locheber 1901 Memorial 39/443

MCBAIN, Helen Davidson spinster Mount Monster. Hundred of Stirling land grant 1913 Grant Book 7 Page 29 County Buckingham

No 1 – mixture of the Elder and the Younger

MCBAIN, James the Elder farmer Messamurray Hundred of Lochaber land grant 1883 Grant Book 29 Page 253 County MacDonnell

MCBAIN, James the Younger farmer Messamurray Hundred of Lochaber land grant 1883 Grant Book 29 Page 253 County MacDonnell

MCBAIN, James farmer Lochaber Hundred of Lochaber land grant 1892 Grant Book 29 Page 255 County MacDonnell

MCBAIN, James farmer Naracoorte Hundred of Lochaber land grant 1895[-1903] Grant Book 29 Page 255 County MacDonnell

No 1

MCBAIN, John farmer Yanipy Vic 1885 Memorial 191/364

No 2

MCBAIN, John sheepfarmer Messamurray Hundred of Naracoorte land grant 1874 Grant Book 50 Page 103 County Robe

No 3

MCBAIN, John farmer Lochaber Hundred of Lochaber land grant 1895 Grant Book 29 Page 255 County MacDonnell

No 4

MCBAIN, John motor mechanic Milang 1950 Memorial 131/524

MCBAIN, John Norman farmer Coonawarra 1911[-1919] Memorial 236a/464

No 1

MCBAIN, Murdoch and Norman farmers The Bremer 1864 Application 5285

MCBAIN, Murdoch farmer near Milang 1865 Memorial 2/208

MCBAIN, Murdoch farmer Lake Plains 1873 Memorial 141/265

MCBAIN, Murdoch farmer Lake Plains, died 8/2/1911. Husband of Margaret Greig McBain Memorial 195/464

No 2

MCBAIN, Murdoch farmer Meningie Meningie (Hundred of Bonney) township allotment land grant 1881 Grant Book 54 Page 55 County Russell

No 1

MCBAIN, Norman John grazier Coonwarra linked with the late John Norman McBain formerly farmer and grazier Coonawarra now deceased 1919 Memorial 8/519

MCBAIN, Norman John farmer and grazier Benbecula Coonawarra, died 12/7/1945 Penola. Husband of Muriel Jean Sussanah McBain Memorial 160/519

MCBAIN, Norman John died 12/7/1945. Husband of Muriel Jean Sussanah McBain of Benbecula Coonawarra Memorial 156/520

McBARNETT, Alexander Napier Esquire Adelaide 1845.Enrolment/

MCBEAM, Alex of the Supreme Court Adelaide 1880 Memorial 223/323

No 1

MCBEAN, Alexander stockholder Baldon near Truro 1879 Memorial 111/319

No 2

MCBEAN, Alexander sheep farmer Roonka Roonka 1886 Memorial 122/373

No 1 - perhaps the same person

MCBEAN, Lachlan stockkeeper Murray River 1854 He bought land in the Mt Remarkable Mining Co Special Survey situate near Mt Remarkable in the Hundred of Wongyarra Co Frome from the Company Memorial 243/70

MCBEAN, Lachlan stockowner Dust Holes 1856 Memorial 35/107

MCBEAN, Lachlan stockholder near Truro 1861 Memorial 178/182

MCBEAN, Lachlan stockholder formerly of the Dustholes 1855 now of Melbourne Vic 1862 Application 3540

MCBEAN, Lachlan stockholder Woorooma NSW 1882 Application 19018

MCBEAN, Lachlan stockholder Melbourne Vic, power of attorney to his brother, Alexander McBean stockholder The Dustholes SA, to manage his SA estate 29/9/1862. Lachlan McBean of Woorooma Station, near Deniliquin NSW, died 19/1/1894 Deposit 21/1862

MCBEATH, David engineer Kingston S-E 1909[-1915] Memorial 155/460

No 1

MCBEATH, Donald boatman Goolwa 1857 Memorial 301/122

MCBEATH, Donald formerly boatman Goolwa 1857 but now farmer Hindmarsh Island 1866 Application 7449

MCBEATH, Donald farmer Hindmarsh Island 1882 Memorial 237/345

No 1 - perhaps the same person

MCBEATH, James of the Hundred of Arkaba 1882[-1889] Memorial 138/339

MCBEATH, James farmer Arkaba Hundred of Arkaba Hundred of Arkaba land grant 1890 Grant Book 33 Page 4 County Hanson

MCBEATH, James farmer Tilcha and Emily McBeath his wife 1919 Memorial 7/479

MCBEATH, John farmer Hindmarsh Island 1861[-1868] Memorial 194/176

MCBETH, John yeoman Adelaide 1838 Application 13576

No 1 - perhaps the same person

MCBETH, William labourer Adelaide 31/7/1838 Application 5258

MCBETH, William labourer Hindmarsh 1839 Application 14142

No 1 - perhaps the same person

MCBRIDE, Albert station manager Outalpa Station and Louisa McBride his wife 1898[-1899] Memorial 223/436, Application 23863

MCBRIDE, Louisa married woman Teetulpa 1907 Memorial 129/458

No 1

MCBRIDE, Albert grazier Kooringa 1892[-1894] Memorial 172/413

MCBRIDE, Albert James grazier Kooringa 1900 Memorial 123/440

MCBRIDE, Albert James the Elder pastoralist Fullarton, died 4/2/1928. Husband of Louisa McBride. Father of Philip Albert Martin McBride pastoralist Glen Osmond and Albert James McBride the Younger no description, as well as a number of daughters unnamed in the Memorial. The inherited share of any daughters who died before their father, either unmarried or married without descendants, to be distributed equally amongst all surviving daughters. All grandchildren born of the McBride daughters to inherit per stirpes and not per capita Memorial 47/502, RPA Search 572

MCBRIDE, Louisa married woman Kooringa 1901[-1910] Memorial 220/443

MCBRIDE, Louisa widow 23 Fisher St, Fullarton, died 30/8/1945 North Adelaide. Mother of Philip Albert Martin McBride grazier 240 Portrush Road, Glen Osmond and Albert James McBride (formerly the Younger) no description. Daughters mentioned but not named Memorial 3/523

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

MCBRIDE, Archibald boatbuilder Pt Adelaide 1865 Memorial 317/207

MCBRIDE, Eileen Mary spinster Fullarton 1917 Application 26589

MCBRIDE, Elizabeth spinster Kooringa 1885 Memorial 250/372

MCBRIDE, Frances Elizabeth married woman Kooringa 1914 Memorial 149/470

No 1

MCBRIDE, Frederick Balfour acting public trustee for SA Adelaide 1920 Application 26875

MCBRIDE, Frederick Balfour Deputy Master of the Supreme Court of SA 1926 Application 27527

No 1

MCBRIDE, James farmer Lower Wakefield 1859[-1861] Memorial 167/150

No 2

MCBRIDE, James railway employee Pt Pirie 1902. He turned 21 on 22/5/1900 Memorial 246/444

No 1

MCBRIDE, James Martin sheep farmer Burra Creek Station 1866[-1876 Memorial 197/217

MCBRIDE, James Martin sheep farmer Kooringa 1891 Kooringa Wesleyan Methodist Church trustee Application 28412

MCBRIDE, James Martin sheepfarmer Kooringa 1902 Memorial 104/446

No 1 - likely to be the same person

MCBRIDE, John storekeeper Adelaide 1856[-1867] Memorial 75/111

MCBRIDE, John Francis storekeeper Adelaide 1851[-1864] Memorial 227/36, Application 5554

MCBRIDE, Lindsay Disher pastoralist Bulloo Creek Station, via Olary and MCBRIDE, Robert John pastoralist Mt Horrocks Station, Aberdeen 1939 Application 28247

No 1

MCBRIDE, Philip Albert Martin pastoralist King William St, Adelaide purchased Mernowie Station in the Hundred of Waterloo from William Andrew DUNCAN in March 1925 Application 28071

MCBRIDE, Philip Albert Martin formerly pastoralist Adelaide but now grazier Portrush Road, Glen Osmond linked with Albert James McBride pastoralist formerly of Adelaide but now of Fowler Road, Glenunga 1946 Memorial 51/520

No 1

MCBRIDE, Robert James Martin teamster Lostwithiel 1858[-1865] Memorial 60/152

MCBRIDE, Robert James Martin sheep farmer Kooringa 1882 Memorial 38/337

MCBRIDE, Robert James Martin the Elder farmer Burra Creek 1885 Memorial 249/372

MCBRIDE, Robert James Martin sheepfarmer, Thomas DREW merchant and William PEARCE merchant of the firm of BATH & Pearce all of Kooringa 1889 Memorial 106/399

MCBRIDE, Robert James Martin sheepfarmer Kooringa. St Mary's Anglican Church trustee 1905 Memorial 8/454

MCBRIDE, Robert Martin sheepfarmer Stony Gap near Kooringa 1912[-1922] Memorial 178/466

MCBRIDE, William linked with Section 20S, Hundred of O'Laddie, Co Dalhousie 1888 Memorial 67/391

No 1

MCBRIDE, William James dealer Kooringa 1887 Memorial 206/382

MCBRIDE, William James pastoralist Aberdeen near Kooringa, died c1932. Husband of Florence Marion Disher McBride. Father of Lindsay Disher McBride pastoralist Bullo Creek Station via Olary and Robert James McBride pastoralist Mt Horrocks Station Aberdeen near Kooringa. Vera Irene HOGAN married woman Manly NSW, May Bessie JUDE married woman Mildura Vic, also received bequests Memorials 35 & 36, 45, 46/507

MCBRYDE, Alexander draper Adelaide (King William St) 1896 Memorial 40/218

MCBRYDE, Frederick Frank Resident Secretary of the AMP Society Adelaide, formerly Friedrich Franz SCHULTZ. 1915 Enrolment 38/55

MCBURNIE, John carrier Aldinga 1897 Memorial 247/432

No 1

MCBURNIE, Robert yeoman Bowden 1853[-1887] Memorial 228/48

MCBURNIE, Robert yeoman Bowden 1879 Memorial 6/317

MCBURNIE, Robert formerly yeoman but now out of business Bowden 1883 Memorial 1/348

MCBURNIE, Robert labourer Bowden 1886 Memorial 248/374

MCBURNIE, Robert labourer Drayton St, Bowden 1888 Memorial 88/392

MCBURNEY, John carrier Aldinga 1888[-1897] Memorial 45/392

No 1

MCBURNEY, Joseph farmer Aldinga, died 1872. He left his entire estate to his wife, Jemima McBurney. However, if she 'should marry again or by maladministration of the property in her charge become bankrupt' then the eldest son, John McBurney, appointed sole executor of the estate for the equal benefit of the testator's wife and all his children Memorial 49/261

MCBURNEY, Joseph farmer Aldinga and his wife, Jemima McBurney both now deceased. Children - Mary Jane DUNK wife of Edward Dunk foreman Adelaide, Margaret RICHARDS wife of Henry Richards labourer Willunga, Jemima HUMPHREYS wife of Joseph Humphreys labourer Aldinga, and Rachel McBurney spinster Gilles St, Adelaide 1890 Memorial 68/403

MCBURNEY, Jemima widow Willunga 1879 Memorial 60/318

MCBURNEY, Jemima widow Aldinga 1884 Memorial 100/362

MCBURNEY, Jemima widow Aldinga 1884 Application 20361

MCBYRNS, J bank officer Lyndoch 1954 Memorial 60/529

No 1- probably the same person

MCCABE, Charles farmer Dry Creek and Catherine McCabe his wife formerly Catherine CONATTY 1855 Memorial 307/86

MCCABE, Charles farmer Hundred of Gilbert 1856 Memorial 300/105 Formerly of the Hundred of Gilbert but now of Dry Creek 1859 Memorial 77/159

MCCABE, Charles farmer Greens Plains 1888[-1892] Memorial 87/392

MCCABE, Edmund Paul farmer Pinnaroo. Hundred of Pinnaroo land grant 1927 Grant Book 12 Page 55 County Chandos

No 1

MCCABE, Edward auctioneer Adelaide 1849[-1854] Memorial 376/15 Roman Catholic 1850 Enrolment 56/7

MCCABE, Edward auctioneer Adelaide (Hindley St) 1851 Memorial 161/37

MCCABE, Edward auctioneer Adelaide 1858 He laid out a township called Ashley on pt Section 977 and Section 978 Hundred of Pt Adelaide Application 87

McCABE, Edward gentleman late of Adelaide, but now of Ararat Vic, power of attorney to Luke MURPHY auctioneer Adelaide, to sell his SA real estate and settle his business affairs 22/2/1866 Deposit 28/1867

No 1 - perhaps the same person FIND SORT

MCCABE, James farmer Gawler River 1857 Memorial 101/122

MCCABE, James farmer Gawler Plains. Hundred of Pt Gawler land grant 1857 Grant Book 27 Page 406 County Gawler

MCCABE, James farmer Bagot Gap near Kapunda 1866 Memorial 294/209

No 1

MCCABE, John labourer Ross Creek near Kapunda Co Light. Hundred of Appila land grant 1878 Grant Book 24 Page 494 County Frome

MCCABE, John farmer Appila. Hundred of Appila land grant 1880 Grant Book 24 Page 504 County Frome

MCCABE, John Francis farmer Pinnaroo. Hundred of Pinnaroo land grant 1909 Grant Book 12 Page 45 County Chandos

MCCABE, Joseph Leo gentleman Adelaide 1853[-1856] Memorial 426/57

MCCABE, Nicholas farmer Grace Plains. Hundred of Grace land grant 1879 Grant Book 27 Page 32 County Gawler

No 1

MCCABE, Patrick farmer Dry Creek 1857[-1860] Memorial 236/141

MCCABE, Margaret widow Dry Creek 1866[-1883]

Memorial 144/209

MCCABE, Margaret widow Montague Farms Dry Creek relict of the late Patrick McCabe formerly farmer Dry Creek but now deceased 1868 Memorials 207/235 & 208/235

MCCABE, Margaret widow Montague Farms Dry Creek 1889 Memorial 27/400

MCCABE, Margaret widow Dry Creek, died c1892. Executors: John O'LEARY farmer Salisbury and Andrew O'Leary farmer Golden Grove Memorial 131/416

MCCABE, Margaret widow Dry Creek, died 18/5/1892. Estate worth £300. The trustees, Joh O'LEARY and Andrew O'Leary of Salisbury, had to sell her whole estate as soon as practicable, and divide the proceeds equally absolutely between the two McCabe daughters, Sarah MCINTIRE of Para Para near Salisbury and Ellen McCabe spinster Dry Creek who lived with her mother. Margaret McCabe could not write Application 27282

No 1

MCCABE, Michael farmer Mallala Co Gawler. Pinnaroo (Hundred of Pinnaroo) township allotment land grant 1907 Grant Book 12 Page 73 County Chandos

MCCABE, Michael farmer Pinnaroo trustee Pinnaroo Institute 1908 Grant Book 12 Page 77 County Chandos

MCCABE, Michael farmer Pinnaroo and Ellen Teresa McCabe his wife. Pinnaroo (Hundred of Pinnaroo) township allotment land grant 1909[-1927] Grant Book 12 Page 78 County Chandos

MCCABE, Michael Augustine farmer Pinnaroo. Hundred of Pinnaroo land grant 1909 Grant Book 12 Page 45 County Chandos

MCCABE, Thomas RC Bishop Bishop's House, Pt Augusta 1945, RC Bishop of Pt Augusta Application 28424

MCCAFFERY, Thomas cook Innamincka Out of Hundreds. Hopetoun (later Innamincka Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1890 Grant Book 65 Page 204 County Not named

MCCAFFREY, Bernard teacher Mylor School and MCCAFFREY, Peter engine driver Mt Gambier, sons of the late James McCaffrey of Willunga, who died 25/9/1901. His wife, Catherine McCaffrey, had died 19/9/1901, of morbus cordis and bronchitis, aged 69 Application 24349

No 1

MCCAFFREY, Hugh storekeeper Mt Gambier Millicent (Hundred of Mt Muirhead) township allotment land grant 1872 Grant Book 31 Page 502 County Grey

MCCAFFREY, Hugh storekeeper Bordertown. Hundred of Tatiara land grant 1874 Grant Book 7 Page 3 County Buckingham

No 1

MCCAFFARY, John mining manager Adelaide 1889 Memorial 20/396

MCCAFFARY, John miner Adelaide 1890 Memorial 227/403

MCCAFFREY, James of Willunga 1860 Memorial 77/165

MCCAFFREY, John police constable Adelaide (Gilles St) 1866 Memorial 196/283

No 1

MCCAFFREY, Peter labourer Willunga 1861[-1881] Memorial 264/171

MCCAFFREY, Peter labourer Willunga, died 2/11/1885 intestate. Husband of Elizabeth McCaffrey. Estate worth £120 Memorial 35/463

MCCAFFREY, Peter of Willunga, died 2/11/1895 [Appears to be a misrecording for 1885]. Father of Mary Ann SMALL wife of Henry Small labourer Willunga 1912 Memorial 55/466

No 1

MCCALL, Nicol farmer Mt Gambier Hundred of Caroline land grant 1866 Grant Book 31 Page 6 County Grey

MCCALL, Nicol farmer Allendale East Hundred of Rivoli Bay land grant 1880 Grant Book 31 Page 255 County Grey

No 1

MCCAHON, Hugh and John farmers Adelaide 1853 Memorial 389/60

MCCAHON, Hugh, John and James farmers Adelaide 1854 Memorial 475/73

MCCAHON, James farmer Coromandel Valley 1862[-1863] Memorial 271/183

No 1

MCCAHON, John farmer Upper Sturt 1854[-1860] Memorial 387/74

MCCAHON, John formerly of Coromandel Valley but now out of business Adelaide 1863 Memorial 87/189

MCCALL, James shepherd Bugle Ranges 1875 Application 14214

MCCALL, Mary widow Elliston 1865[-1871] Memorial 243/207

MCCALL, Neil farmer’s assistant Rendelsham Hundred of Riddoch land grant 1899 Grant Book 31 Page 357 County Grey

MCCALLAN, William farmer Mt Barker 1854 Memorial 83/72

No 1

MCCALLUM, Agnes widow Barossa 1854 Memorial 420/69

MCCALLUM, Agnes widow Sandy Creek 1860 Memorial 256/165

No 1

MCCALLUM, Alexander yeoman Sandy Creek 1865 Memorial 20/208

MCCALLUM, Alexander farmer Sandy Creek sold his mortgaged farm land for £500 in 1871 Memorial 145/257

MCCALLUM, Alexander farmer Sandy Creek near Gawler Co Gawler. Hundred of Caltowie land grant 1878 Grant Book 60 Page 186 County Victoria

No 2

MCCALLUM, Alexander and Hugh farmers Mt Rat trustees Wesleyan Methodist Church Mt Rat Hundred of Koolywurtie land grant 1879 Grant Book 19 Page 312 County Fergusson

MCCALLUM, Alexander farmer Mt Rat 1880 Memorial 98/322

MCCALLUM, Alexander and Hugh farmers Aldinga Hundred of Koolywurtie land grant 1881 Grant Book 19 Page 312 County Fergusson

MCCALLUM, Alexander farmer Koolywurtie Hundred of Koolywurtie land grant 1886 Grant Book 19 Page 314 County Fergusson

No 1

MCCALLUM, Alexander Cunningham clerk Currie St, Adelaide 1898 Application 24985

MCCALLUM, Alexander Cunningham formerly clerk Adelaide (Currie St) now ironmonger Perth WA, but temporarily resident in Lower Mitcham 1898 Memorial 114/445

MCCALLUM, Alexander Cunningham ironmonger Perth WA 1903 Memorial 155/448

MCCALLUM, Alexander Cunningham formerly commercial traveller Adelaide (West Tce) but now ironmonger Perth WA (son of John McCallum of Angas Bank near Strathalbyn) 1908 Memorial 208/459

No 1

MCCALLUM, Alexander William Murray engineer Pt Lincoln and Eileen Bessie McCallum his wife 1949 Memorial 135/523

MCCALLUM, Alexander William Murray engineer Pt Lincoln and Eileen Bessie McCallum his wife 1949 Application 28660

No 1

MCCALLUM, Archibald wheelwright Aldinga 1856 Memorial 57/106

MCCALLUM, Archibald farmer Aldinga 1866 Application 7195

MCCALLUM, Charles John and Lachlan Charles graziers Limestone Ridge near Narracoorte 1891 Memorial 45/408

MCCALLUM, Colin farmer Mingbool Hundred of Mingbool land grant 1890 Grant Book 31 Page 122 County Grey

No 1

MCCALLUM, Daniel sheep farmer Mattwarrungla [sic Mattawarrangala/Matawarrungalla] Run 'near the Willipa Range in the Northern Districts' 1862 Memorial 248/185

MCCALLUM, Daniel sheep farmer Willipa 1869 Memorial 109/238

MCCALLUM, Daniel sheep farmer Adelaide 1877 Memorial 196/302

MCCALLUM, Daniel station manager Terlinga Station South Petherton 1884[-1886]. Died 22/5/1886 Memorials 133 & 135/404

MCCALLUM, David master mariner Pt Adelaide 1880 Application 18031

No 1

MCCALLUM, Donald Gollan stockholder McGrath Flat 1888 Memorial 194/392

MCCALLUM, Donald Gollan stockholder McGrath Flat brother of Catherine HAYMAN wife of Henry Bryce Hayman gardener Lockleys 1913 Memorial 521/468

No 1

MCCALLUM, Dugald of Moolawatana 1883 Memorial 141/353

MCCALLUM, Dugald stockholder Mooloowurlina 1887 Memorial 128/384

No 1

MCCALLUM, Duncan shepherd Sources of the Onkaparinga 1848 Memorial 234/30 Farmer Onkaparinga 1852 Memorial 119/55

MCCALLUM, Duncan farmer Section 5280 Hundred of Onkaparinga 1864. MOFFAT, David postmaster Woodside, testified that he had known D MCCALLUM for 10 years, and knew that people also named him MCCULLAM Application 4773

MCCALLUM, Duncan farmer Mt Gambier 1867 Memorial 117/222

No 2 – perhaps the Elder

MCCALLUM, Duncan stockholder Mt Burr Hundred of Grey land grant 1861 Grant Book 30 Page 369 County Grey

MCCALLUM, Duncan farmer The Springs trustee School Mt Gambier Hundred of Blanche land grant 1867 Grant Book 30 Page 58 County Grey

No 3 – the Younger

MCCALLUM, Duncan the Younger farmer Mayurra Hundred of Mayurra land grant 1891 Grant Book 31 Page 233 County Grey

No 4

MCCALLUM, Duncan master mariner Pt Adelaide and Sarah Mercy McCallum his wife 1874 Memorial 196/274

MCCALLUM, Duncan master mariner Pt Adelaide and Sarah Mercy McCallum his wife 1874 Application 13577

MCCALLUM, Duncan master mariner Pt Adelaide 1882 Application 19001

No 5

MCCALLUM, Duncan farmer Diamond Lake Hundred of Joyce land grant 1882 Grant Book 51 Page 9 County Robe

MCCALLUM, Edward farmer Mingbool Hundred of Mingbool land grant 1890 Grant Book 31 Page 123 County Grey

No 1

MCCALLUM, Hugh farmer Clare Co Stanley. Hundred of Reynolds land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 31 County Victoria

MCCALLUM, Hugh JP farmer Spalding 1887 Memorial 91/383

No 2

MCCALLUM, Hugh 40 widower wheelwright Kooringa (Father; Hugh McCallum) married Jane NANKIVELL 39 widow Redruth (Father; Thomas DUELL) on 18/7/1894 Wesleyan Parsonage, Aberdeen. Witnesses; Amy G and Mary A WYLIE of Aberdeen. Celebrant; DS Wylie Wesleyan Minister Aberdeen 1906 Memorial 238/455

MCCALLUM, Jane married woman Kooringa formerly Jane NANKIVELL widow Redruth 1899 Memorial 250/438

No 1 - perhaps the same person

MCCALLUM, James farmer Sandy Creek 1869 Memorial 256/165

MCCALLUM, James storekeeper Freeling 1880 Memorial 12/322

MCCALLUM, James storekeeper Freeling 1882 Application 19052

MCCALLUM, James P farmer Freeling 1887 Memorial 221/382

No 2

MCCALLUM, James labourer Kensington 1888 Application 21532

No 3

MCCALLUM, James of Mingbool 1889 Memorial 38/399

MCCALLUM, James farmer Mingbool Hundred of Mingbool land grant 1890 Grant Book 31 Page 122 County Grey

MCCALLUM, James farmer Avenue Bank Hundred of Mingbool land grant 1890 Grant Book 31 Page 122 County Grey

No 1 – the Elder

MCCALLUM, John dairyman The Para 1842 Memorial 416/4

MCCALLUM, John farmer Para River1845 Memorial 417/4

MCCALLUM, John farmer North Para 1848 Memorial 377/13

MCCALLUM, John farmer Sandy Creek 1851 Memorial 200/36

MCCALLUM, John the Elder farmer Sandy Creek, died 11/12/1851 intestate. Husband of Agnes McCallum. Father of John McCallum the Younger farmer Sandy Creek (eldest son and heir at law) and Alexander, James and Matthew McCallum infants under the age of 21 years Sandy Creek. All younger sons still minors in 1860 Memorials 256 & 257/165

No 2 – formerly the Younger

MCCALLUM, John farmer Springton 1885 Memorial 203/368

MCCALLUM, John the Elder farmer formerly of Springton but now of Walker Flat linked with John McCallum the Younger farmer Walker Flat 1897 Memorial 133/431

No 3

MCCALLUM, John farmer Langhorne Creek 1857 Memorial 245/128

MCCALLUM, John farmer Ballindown 1878 Memorial 16/307

MCCALLUM, John farmer Strathalbyn 1885 Memorial 74/365

MCCALLUM, John farmer Angas Bank near Strathalbyn 1886 Memorial 67/375

No 4 - son of Donald McCallum

MCCALLUM, John farmer near Gawler Hundred of Melville land grant 1876 Grant Book 19 Page 77 County Fergusson

MCCALLUM, John farmer Troubridge Agricultural Area trustee unnamed school Hundred of Melville land grant 1871 Grant Book 19 Page 63 County Fergusson

No 5

MCCALLUM, John farmer Mayurra Hundred of Mayurra land grant 1891 Grant Book 31 Page 233 County Grey

No 6

MCCALLUM, John farmer Prospect 1910 Application 25787

MCCALLUM, Leslie Duncan Campbell farmer near Melrose 1926 linked with Stanley Gordon McCallum farmer Willowie. They were executors for the will of Thomas Walter METCALF out of business Wilmington Application 27940

No 1

MCCALLUM, Malcolm stockholder Nepowie Station (near Mt McKinlay) 1866 Memorial 5/218

MCCALLUM, Malcolm sheep farmer Nepowie Run near Mt Serle 1869 Memorial 76/243

No 1

MCCALLUM, Matthew farmer Sandy Creek 1869[-1888] Memorial 116/237

MCCALLUM, Matthew gentleman Glenelg 1912 Memorial 42/467

MCCALLUM, Matthew retired farmer Glenelg, died 4/6/1913. Executor; David KERR farmer Roseworthy, who died 8/9/1913 Memorial 67/470

MCCALLUM, Matthew retired farmer Ramsgate St, Glenelg, died 13/4/1913, of senile decay and nephritis, aged 73. Born at Gawler. Remarried aged 55 years. 1 daughter living. 1 son and 1 daughter deceased Memorial 100/529

MCCALLUM, Stewart John Esquire Adelaide 1882 Memorial 101/346

No 1

MCCALLUM, Thomas farmer McGrath Flat 1857 Memorial 149/120

MCCALLUM, Thomas publican McGrath Flat Hundred of Malcolm land grant 1863 Grant Book 53 Page 4 County Russell

MCCALLUM, Thomas licensed victualler McGrath Flat had links with the Bridge Hotel Langhorne Creek 1878. Probably a member of the Strathalbyn McCallum family Memorial 222/305

MCCALLUM, Thomas sheep farmer McGrath Flat 1883, died c1892. Husband of Williamina McCallum Memorial 121/422

No 2

MCCALLUM, Thomas grazier McGrath Flat 1921 Memorial 91/482

No 1

MCCALLUM, William farmer Mt Barker District 1854 Memorial 83/72

No 2

MCCALLUM, William farmer Pt Lincoln 1896 Memorial 18/429

MCCALMAN, Dugald minister of the gospel Narracoorte 1880 Memorial 143/326

MCCANE, John watchmaker Thebarton 1864 Memorial 19/199

No 1

MCCANLEY, Thomas the Elder farmer near Maitland 1886 Memorial 192/377

No 2

MCCANLEY, Thomas labourer Adelaide (Gilbert St) 1887 Memorial 69/448

No 1

MCCANN, James farmer Alma Hundred of Dalkey land grant 1880 Grant Book 26 Page 229 County Gawler

No 1

MCCANN, James labourer formerly of Adelaide but now of Gawler linked with Ann McCann housekeeper Woodville 1883 Memorial 224/352

No 2

MCCANN, James carter Adelaide (Little Sturt St), died 8/11/1909. Executor; John Silvanus O'LOUGHLIN caretaker Adelaide (Little Sturt St) who had become unable to act by 1916 because he was an undischarged patient in the Parkside Mental Hospital Memorials 38/462, 33/474

No 1 – perhaps the same person

MCCANN, John teamster Tarcowie. Hundred of Pekina land grant 1893 Grant Book 13 Page 171 County Dalhousie

MCCANN, John linked with Section 173 Hundred of Tarcowie Co Dalhousie 1896 Memorial 10/428

MCCANN, John farmer Mitcham Co Adelaide. Hundred of Tarcowie land grant 1905 Grant Book 13 Page 59 County Dalhousie

MCCANN, Margaret Jane widow Tarcowie. Hundred of Pekina land grant 1885[-1889] Grant Book 13 Page 169 County Dalhousie

No 1

MCCANN, Patrick farmer Tarcowie Co Dalhousie. Hundred of Caltowie land grant 1885 Grant Book 60 Page 195 County Victoria

MCCANN, Patrick teamster Tarcowie. Hundred of Tarcowie land grant 1891 Grant Book 13 Page 55 County Dalhousie

MCCANN, Patrick farmer Tarcowie. Hundred of Pekina land grant 1891[-1904] Grant Book 13 Page 171 County Dalhousie

No 2

MCCANN, Patrick farmer Pekina 1896 Memorial 124/427

No 1

MCCANN, Robert James took up a land grant of Section 329 Survey B, on 24/9/1839, eighty acres for £80. He remained there as a sheep farmer until 1840, when he sub-divided the land into 8 10-acre blocks for sale and then moved away. He was then ‘in straightened circumstances’. John RAGLESS sheep farmer Enfield gave this information 1881 Application 18823

MCCANN, Robert James gentleman Adelaide 1841 Memorial 246/56

MCCANN, Robert James [formerly gentleman Adelaide but now] farmer Encounter Bay 1842 Memorial 418/2

MCCANN, Robert James farmer [formerly of Encounter Bay but now of] Adelaide 1843 Memorial 453/2

MCCANN, Robert James [formerly of Adelaide but now of] 3 James St, Haymarket, London, Middlesex, England 1849 Memorial 111/282

MCCANN, Thomas labourer Adelaide (Little Sturt St) had died by 1878. Husband of Sarah McCann Memorial 126/310

MCCARRON, Bernard mounted police constable Pt Augusta West. Pt Augusta West (Hundred of Copley) township allotment land grant 1893 Grant Book 65 Page 227 County Manchester

No 1

MCCARRON, Patrick labourer Hope Valley 1851 Memorial 398/32

No 2

MCCARRON, Patrick licensed victualler Thebarton 1853[-1854] Memorial 70/59 Hundred of Goolwa land grant 1854 Memorial 301/63

MCCARRON, Patrick licensed victualler Forrester's and Squatters' Arms Thebarton 1855 Memorial 134/89

MCCARRON, Patrick licensed victualler Bowden 1855[-1857] Memorial 194/88

MCCARRON, Patrick agriculturalist Bowden 1867 Application 8327

MCCARRON, Patrick gentleman Carrondown 1876 Application 15419

MCCARTHY, Bartholomew Joseph gentleman Adelaide 1892 Application 22290

No 1

MCCARTHY, Charles gentleman Norwood 1856 Memorial 251/101

MCCARTHY, Charles surveyor Norwood 1855 Memorial 55/132

MCCARTHY, Charles gentleman Norwood 1866 Memorial 142/221

MCCARTHY, Charles land agent and surveyor Adelaide 1861 Memorial 335/170

MCCARTHY, Charles civil engineer Adelaide 1862 Memorial 274/200 Surveyor Adelaide 1865 Memorial 275/200

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

MCCARTHY, Charles formerly of Goolwa, but now of Newport, Co Monmouth, England, power of attorney to William PATTERSON gentleman Goolwa, to manage his SA business affairs 27/8/1873 Deposit 102/1874

MCCARTHY, Charles James gardener Clare 1903 Application 24663

No 1

MCCARTHY, Daniel farmer Hindmarsh 1862 Memorial 239/184

MCCARTHY, Daniel tanner Hindmarsh, died c1871 intestate. His widow, Mary McCarthy, died c1876 Application 16351

MCCARTHY, Dennis farmer Pt Pirie 1886 Memorial 231/378

MCCARTHY, Edward clerk Payneham 1890 Application 21888

No 1

MCCARTHY, EJ clerk to Messrs KNOX & GWYNNE solicitors Adelaide 1878[-1883] Memorial 28/310

MCCARTHY, EJ clerk to Messrs KNOX, GWYNNE & HARGRAVE solicitors Adelaide 1881-1883] Memorial 231/330

MCCARTHY, EJ clerk Adelaide 1885 Memorial 220/366

MCCARTHY, EJ accountant Adelaide 1893 Memorial 7/420

MCCARTHY, Edward James formerly accountant Payneham but now agent Esperance WA 1914 Memorial 94/470

MCCARTHY, Florence licensed victualler Ford's Hotel Clare 1901 Memorial 148/444

No 1

MCCARTHY, George Florence farmer Allendale Hundred of Mayurra land grant 1878[-1883] Grant Book 31 Page 224 County Grey

MCCARTHY, George Florence farmer Millicent Hundred of Mt Muirhead land grant 1898 Grant Book 31 Page 206 County Grey

No 1

MCCARTHY, Henry carter Rosewater 1864 Memorial 194/196

MCCARTHY, Henry formerly carter Rosewater but now labourer Kingston 1864 Application 5416

No 2

MCCARTHY, Henry railway clerk Cockburn Out of Hundreds. Cockburn (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1893 Grant Book 65 Page 171 County Not named

No 1

MCCARTHY, James whitesmith Hindmarsh 1865 Memorial 297/200

MCCARTHY, James fitter Hindmarsh 1865[-1869] Memorial 76/201

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

MCCARTHY, James engineer Portland Estate 1872 Application 12058

No 1

MCCARTHY, John pilot Pt Augusta 1865 Memorial 334/207

No 2

MCCARTHY, John farmer Light River near Kapunda 1875 Memorial 155/282

MCCARTHY, John W gentleman Thebarton. Thebarton Wesleyan Chapel trustee 1853 Memorial 154/47

No 1 - likely to be the same person

MCCARTHY, Lawrence carrier Adelaide 1846 Memorial 274/7

MCCARTHY, Lawrence teamster Adelaide and Ann McCarthy his wife 1855 Memorial 462/82

No 1

MCCARTHY, Martin farmer Light River 1855[-1862] Memorial 142/81

MCCARTHY, Martin of the Light River and Mary McCarthy formerly Mary FRANCIS his wife. John Francis labourer Kapunda likely to be a relative 1860 Memorial 275/163

MCCARTHY, Martin farmer Section 1456 Hundred of Light 1861 Memorial 258/177

MCCARTHY, Martin farmer near Kapunda 1882 Application 19376

MCCARTHY, Martin farmer formerly of the Light River but now of Franklin Harbour 1882 Memorial 61/345

No 1

MCCARTHY, Michael station man Myponga 1861 Memorial 300/173

MCCARTHY, Michael farmer Yankalilla Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1879 Grant Book 14 Page 416 County Daly

No 2

MCCARTHY, Michael manager Payneham 1892 Application 22274

MCCARTHY, Michael William Grover ostler Penola 1865[-1868] Memorial 332/206

No 1 – perhaps the same person

MCCARTHY, Patrick farmer Kapunda Hundred of Tarcowie land grant 1882 Grant Book 13 Page 50 County Dalhousie

MCCARTHY, Patrick farmer Tarcowie 1891 Memorial 232/410

MCCARTHY, Patrick farmer Hornsdale 1896 Memorial 160/427

No 2 - may be linked with No 1

MCCARTHY, Patrick farmer Hundred of Palmer 1886 Memorial 139/375

No 3

MCCARTHY, Patrick farmer and grazier Jamestown linked with Peter Joseph McCarthy agent Spalding and Bridget McCarthy widow formerly of Jamestown but now of Glen Osmond 1928 Memorial 128/500

No 1

MCCARTHY, Peter blacksmith Adelaide 1853 Memorial 195/51

MCCARTHY, Peter blacksmith Adelaide (Leigh St) 1856 Memorial 363/97

No 2

MCCARTHY, Peter locksmith and bellhanger Thebarton and Hannah McCarthy his wife 1856. By 16/1/1872, when Peter McCarthy died, the family had moved to Adelaide. Mrs McCarthy had returned to Thebarton by 1878 Memorial 120 & 121/306

No 3

MCCARTHY, Peter farmer Light River 1866 Memorial 56/215

MCCARTHY, Peter farmer Light River near Kapunda 1871 Memorial 235/253

MCCARTHY, Peter farmer Light River near Kapunda, died 1875. He left his entire estate to his wife, Honora McCarthy, in trust for life, then to his son, Martin McCarthy, provided he observed certain conditions as laid down in the will Memorial 149/281

MCCARTHY, Peter farmer Light River near Kapunda, died c1875. His widow, Honora McCarthy, died 14/6/1892 Bundaleer, of senile decay, aged 80. Her son, Patrick McCarthy lived at Hornsdale. Another son, Martin McCarthy farmed at Kapunda She could not write. Application 22384

No 1

MCCARTHY, Peter Paul solicitor Adelaide (Davenport Chambers 26 Currie St) 1944 Application 28369

MCCARTHY, Peter Paul solicitor 26 Currie St, Adelaide 1953, acting as the executor for the estate of the late Thomas BRADY retired Belair, who died 6/8/1951 Application 28914

MCCARTHY, Thomas John of Pekina. Pekina (Hundred of Pekina) township allotment land grant 1901 Grant Book 13 Page 15 County Dalhousie

MCCARTHY, Timothy labourer Millbrook 1859[-1878] Memorial 204/150

No 1

MCCARTHY, William labourer Gawler 1859 Memorial 348/149

MCCARTHY, William labourer Gawler 1864 Application 5765

No 2

MCCARTHY, William licensed victualler Maitland 1894 Application 22679

No 1 - known as William or William Thomas

MCCARTHY, William miller Portland Estate 1884 Memorial 11/359

MCCARTHY, William miller formerly of the Portland Estate but now of the Mintaro Railway 1910 Memorial 177/462

MCCARTHY, William Thomas miller formerly of the Portland Estate but now of the Mintaro Railway 1914 Memorial 113/470

MCCARTHY, William Thomas miller formerly of the Portland Estate but now of Farrell Flat 1921 Memorial 129/483

MCCARTIN, James butcher Orroroo 1888 Memorial 193/389

MCCARTNEY, Hugh saddler District Road, Mile End, power of attorney to Thomas SMERDON storeman District Road, Mile End, to manage his SA business affairs 20/7/1886 Deposit 117/1886

MCCARTY, Francis Alexander contractor Adelaide (Brookman Buildings, Grenfell St) trading under the style or firm of FA McCarty & Co 1910 Memorial 232/463

MCCARTY, James fitter Hindmarsh 1868 Memorial 131/230

MCCARTY, Thomas storekeeper Kensington, became a bankrupt in 1855 Memorial 365/90

No 1 - perhaps the same person

MCCASKELL, Donald farmer Mintaro 1860 Memorial 298/168

MCCASKELL, D had an interest in the Kooladdy Mine on the Oladdie Run 1870 Memorial 175/244

No 1

MCCAUGHEY, Samuel Walker storekeeper Adelaide (Grenfell St) 1843 Memorial 214/7

MCCAUGHEY, Samuel Walker storekeeper Adelaide 1844[-1846] Memorial 215/7

MCCAUL, John watchmaker Thebarton 1864 Memorial 109/201

MCCAULEY, Patrick farmer Hamley Bridge Co Gawler. Hundred of Tarcowie land grant 1878 Grant Book 13 Page 42 County Dalhousie

No 1

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

MCCAULEY, Thomas labourer Dry Creek Hundred of Maitland land grant 1878[-1881] Grant Book 19 Page 101 County Fergusson

MCCAULEY, Thomas the Elder farmer near Maitland 1886 Memorial 192/377

No 2

MCCAULEY, Thomas labourer Adelaide (Gilbert St). His wife, Susan McCauley, died 20/6/1907 intestate Memorial 181/457

No 1

MCCAULEY, William John farmer Maitland 1888 Memorial 75/395

MCCAULEY, William John farmer near Maitland Hundred of Maitland land grant 1892 Grant Book 19 Page 108 County Fergusson

No 1=

MCCAUSLAND, Claude teamster Yarrah. Yarrah (Hundred of Yarrah) township allotment land grant 1883 Grant Book 66 Page 162 County Newcastle

MCCAUSLAND, Claude stockholder Hundred of Yarrah Co Newcastle 1890 Memorial 188/403

MCCAVARNEY, John James formerly farmer Kapunda but now boundary rider Bundaleer 1882 Memorial 149/344

MCCAWLEY, Christopher licensed victualler Pt Adelaide 1929 Memorial 120/501

MCCLARNEN, Francis cordwainer Virginia 1866 Memorial 221/213

MCCLEAN, Alexander bootmaker Adelaide (Hindley St) 1849[-1851] Memorial 71/18

No 1

MCCLELLAND, Alexander of Adelaide 1850 Memorial 329/42

MCCLELLAND, Alexander [formerly of Adelaide but now] farmer Munno Para 1853[-1859] Memorial 349/54

MCCLELLAND, Alexander farmer [formerly of Munno Para but now of] Adelaide 1864 Memorial 84/197

MCCLELLAND, Alexander [formerly farmer Adelaide but now] gentleman Smithfield 1867 Memorial 201/220

MCCLELLAND, Alexander gentleman [formerly of Smithfield but now of] Brunswick St, Fitzroy, Co Burke Vic 1878 Memorial 37/318

MCCLELLAND, Alexander gentleman Brunswick St, Fitzroy, Co Burke Vic, died 28/7/1879. Father of Letitia CALDER wife of Alexander Calder tailor Brunswick St, Fitzroy Vic, Ellen CAMPBELL wife of Archibald Campbell no description and David Joseph McClelland (whom the family had apparently lost trace of) Memorial 37/318

MCCLELLAND, Alexander gentleman formerly of Smithfield SA but then of Brunswick St, Fitzroy Vic, died 28/7/1879. Estate worth £100. His whole estate to be sold and the proceeds divided into three equal shares - one each to his daughters Letiti wife of Alexander CALDER tailor Brunswick St, Fitzroy, and Ellen wife of Archibald CAMPBELL no description, the third to his son, David Joseph MCCLELLAND not been seen for some years, in an account of the Savings Bank of SA in Adelaide, added to £111 he placed in the account in 1876. If the money not claimed within 7 years, the proceeds to go equally to the two daughters Application 19628

MCCLELLAND, Joseph labourer Bowden 1855 Memorial 379/84

No 1

MCCLENAGHAN, Robert gentleman Moonta. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1877 Grant Book 14 Page 62 County Daly

MCCLENAGHAN, Robert bank manager Penola 1883[-1889] Application 19731, Memorial 148/397

No 1

MCCLORY, Edward yeoman Adelaide 1854 Memorial 221/77

MCCLORY, Edward carpenter Glen Osmond 1861 Memorial 143/174

No 1

MCCLORY, Margaret widow Adelaide [probably relict of the late Edward McClory] 1872 Memorial 89/261

MCCLORY, Margaret widow Adelaide [probably relict of the late Edward McClory]. Mother of Henry Thomas McClory gentleman Clare Inn Vic and James Sylvester McClory compositor Adelaide 1874 Memorial 102/276

MCCLORY, James Sylvester printer Adelaide 1881[-1885] Memorial 149/334

No 1

MCCLOUD, James of Adelaide 1841 Memorial 62/116

MCCLOUD, James farmer Hurtle Vale near the Onkaparinga 1847 Memorial 83/8

MCCLOUD, James wheelwright Hurtle Vale near the Onkaparinga 1851[-1852] Memorial 485/38

MCCLOUD, John farmer Morphett Vale 1861[-1864] Memorial 270/171

MCCLOUD, John Douglas farmer Morphett Vale 1874[-1895] Memorial 206/275

MCCLUMPHA, James Henry carpenter Norwood 1857[-1858] Memorial 120/121

MCCLURE, Alexander clerk Savings Bank Adelaide 1875[-1876] Memorial 181/283

No 1

MCCLURE, Richard gentleman Bowden 1854 Memorial 71/70

MCCLURE, Richard of Bowden. Bowden & Brompton Land and Building Society trustee 1856 Memorial 41/97

MCCLURE, Richard contractor formerly of Brompton but now of Melbourne Vic 1858 Memorial 103/133

MCCLURE, Robert accountant Mt Lofty 1892 Memorial 67/412

No 1

MCCLUSKY, John hotelkeeper Burra 1892 Memorial 155/415

MCCLUSKY, John hotelkeeper Burra Hotel Kooringa 1895 Memorial 202/425

MCCLYMONT, Samuel farmer Clare Co Stanley. Hundred of Bundaleer land grant 1873 Grant Book 60 Page 68 County Victoria

No 1

MCCOLE, William bootmaker Clare 1859[-1864] Memorial 162/154

MCCOLE, William of Donnybrook near Clare 1866 Memorial 188/266

No 1

MCCOLIVE, John labourer Laura Hundred of Appila land grant 1880 Grant Book 24 Page 501 County Frome

MCCOLIVE, John farmer Pichi Richi linked with Patrick McColive the Younger and William McColive farmers Hundred of Cudlamudla 1885 Memorials 7 & 8/371

MCCOLIVE, Patrick of Willochra Hundred of Willochra land grant 1882 Grant Book 24 Page 547 County Frome

MCCOLIVE, William farmer Moockra Moockra township allotment land grant 1894 Grant Book 24 Page 834 County Frome

MCCOLL, Archibald farmer Beautiful Valley Hundred of Willochra land grant 1884[-1894] Grant Book 24 Page 548 County Frome

MCCOLL, Christiana Elizabeth spinster Salisbury 1868 Memorial 63/232

No 1

MCCOLL, Donald blacksmith Gawler 1858 Memorial 17/137

MCCOLL, Donald blacksmith Gawler West 1862 Application 3377

MCCOLL, Elizabeth Robina widow Adelaide 1886 Memorial 70/374

No 1

MCCOLL, Hugh farmer Strathalbyn 1863 Memorial 198/189

No 2

MCCOLL, Hugh the Younger farmer Beautiful Valley Hundred of Gregory land grant 1882 Grant Book 23 Page 102 County Frome

MCCOLL, James Ramsay plumber Pt Adelaide 1879[-1895] Memorial 249/318, Application 22908

MCCOLL, John farmer Grace Plains Co Gawler. Hundred of Caltowie land grant 1876[-1877] Grant Book 60 Page 183 County Victoria

MCCOLL, Malcolm farmer Meningie Meningie (Hundred of Bonney) township allotment land grant 1867 Grant Book 54 Page 55 County Russell

No 1

MCCOLLIN, Francis gentleman Adelaide 1839 Application 26712

MCCOLLIN, Francis gentleman Walkerville 1841 Application 12821

MCCOMAS, John Joseph clerk to Andrew JOHNSTON acountant Adelaide 1849 Memorial 276/18

MCCOMBE, Joseph Hudson storeman Le Fevre Peninsula 1870 Application 10662

MCCOMBIE, Samuel bootmaker Adelaide (Hindley St) 1879 Memorial 106/320

MCCONE, James formerly poundkeeper 1859 but now farmer Gawler 1867 Application 8957

MCCONKEY, James farmer Yankalilla 1872[-1885] Memorial 5/259

MCCONNACHY, James of Laura 1889 Memorial 169/339

MCCONNELL, BE clerk to RJ RUDALL solicitors Gawler 1938 Memorial 188/512

MCCONNELL, Charles Rich storeman Adelaide 1864 Memorial 255/199

No 1 - perhaps the same person

MCCONNELL, Hugh labourer Reedbeds 1855 Memorial 60/340

MCCONNELL, Hugh of Beaumont 1873 Memorial 169/269

MCCONNELL, Hugh farmer Walker Flat Murray River, died 20/3/1882 intestate. Letters of administration to his wife, Mary McConnell, to settle the estate Memorial 183/342

MCCONNELL, John farmer Walker Flat Hundred of Ridley 1885 Memorial 203/368

No 1

MCCONNELL, Thomas Port Road, North Adelaide 1843 Memorial 472/2

MCCONNELL, Thomas bricklayer Salisbury 1851 Memorial 32/39

MCCONNELL, WF accountant Adelaide (87 Grote St) 1911 Memorial 16/465

MCCONVILLE, Edith Rose of Avondale Station Farina 1888[-1897] Memorial 123/391

No 1

MCCONVILLE, Henry sheep farmer Myrtle Springs 1873 Memorial 124/264

MCCONVILLE, Henry sheep farmer Mt Norwest 1877 Memorial 164/300

MCCONVILLE, Henry sheepfarmer Mount North West Out of Hundreds. Farina (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 65 Page 73 County Not named

MCCONVILLE, Henry sheep farmer Mt Nor-West Far North 1883 Memorial 54/351

MCCONVILLE, Henry sheep farmer Mt Norwest, formerly in partnership with George WILLS, the Hon Robert Alfred TARLTON and Charles RISCHBIETH as sheep farmers under the title of Tarlton, McConvill & Co, power of attorney to RA Tarlton, to manage the transfer of certain Crown leases to the company 2/7/1883 (Seems rather strange) Deposit 136/1884

MCCONVILLE, Henry of Avondale Station 1883 Memorial 97/353

MCCONVILLE, Henry of Avondale Station near Farina 1884[-1887] Memorial 196/362

MCCONVILLE, Henry stockowner Angipena Station Out of Hundreds. Copley (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1900 Grant Book 65 Page 254 County Not named

MCCONVILLE, John farmer Quorn 1893 Memorial 58/419

No 1

MCCORD, Eliza Sarah spinster East Adelaide 1900 Memorial 30/400

MCCORD, Eliza Sarah spinster formerly of Strathalbyn and East Adelaide but now of 89 King William St, Adelaide 1921 Memorial 60/482

No 1

MCCORD, James farmer Gawler River 1853 Memorial 259/58

MCCORD, James and Robert farmers Gawler River 1854 Memorial 140/76

MCCORD, James farmer Pt Gawler 1865 Memorial 79/203

No 2

MCCORD, James gentleman Strathalbyn 1877 Memorial 153/297

No 3

MCCORD, James licensed victualler North Adelaide Co Adelaide. Napperby (Hundred of Napperby) township allotment land grant 1877 Grant Book 60 Page 373 County Victoria

No 1

MCCORD, John farmer Gawler River 1853[-1857] Memorial 229/51

MCCORD, John and William McCord his son, both farmers Pt Gawler 1864 Application 5075

MCCORD, PD bank clerk Melrose 1896[-1897]Memorial 224/426

No 1

MCCORD, Robert labourer Section 407 District A 1843 Memorial 65/3

No 2

MCCORD, Robert farmer Gawler River 1849[-1855] Memorial 190/16

MCCORD, Robert farmer Maryville 1855 Memorial 230/100

MCCORD, Robert farmer Maryville [near Gawler] 1856[-1858] Mudla Wirra District Councillor Memorial 128/106

MCCORD, Robert farmer Maryville Hundred of Mudla Wirra 1861 Memorial 331/171

MCCORD, Mary widow Maryville Gawler River 1870 Application 10609

No 1

MCCORD, William farmer Springfield [near Gawler] 1856 Mudla Wirra District Councillor Memorial 128/106

No 2 - perhaps linked with No 1

MCCORD, William farmer Pt Gawler Hundred of Pt Gawler land grant 1864 Grant Book 27 Page 394 County Gawler

MCCORD, William farmer Two Wells 1875[-1901] Memorial 104/279

MCCORD, William farmer Two Wells. William McCord the Elder mentioned but not described 1894 Memorial 138/420

MCCORMACK, Eliza widow Eurelia 1885[-1888] Memorial 224/372

MCCORMACK, Joanna widow Pt Gawler 1864 Application 5138

No 1

MCCORMACK, John of Kapunda 1857 Memorial 212/124

MCCORMACK, John farmer Anaina ?? near Clare 1876 Memorial 89/292

No 1 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

MCCORMAC/MCCORMACK, John farmer Hundred of Lindley 1888 Memorial 20/392

No 2

MCCORMACK, John mariner Bridgewater Pt Adelaide 1886 Application 20848

MCCORMACK, John Edward landowner Adelaide 1850 Memorial 287/27

No 1

MCCORMACK, John Gerald farmer Barunga. Percyton (later Barunga Gap Hundred of Cameron) township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 14 Page 185 County Daly

MCCORMACK, John Gerald licensed victualler Devonshire Hotel Mintaro 1882[-1884] Memorial 102/339

MCCORMACK, John Joseph of Melbourne Vic 1860 Memorial 109/167

MCCORMACK, Mary widow Coonatto 1892 Memorial 182/412

No 1

MCCORMACK, Michael farmer Echunga 1853[-1856] Memorial 445/60

No 2

MCCORMACK, Michael farmer Kulpara Hundred of Barunga land grant 1879[-1880] Grant Book 14 Page 460 County Daly

MCCORMACK, Michael of Percyton 1891[-1899] Memorial 191/412

MCCORMACK, Michael farmer Percyton trustee Institute Bute 1905 Grant Book 14 Page 400 County Daly

MCCORMACK, Michael Louis farmer Percyton. Percyton (later Barunga Gap Hundred of Cameron) township allotment land grant 1907[-1941] Grant Book 14 Page 186 County Daly

No 1

MCCORMACK, Patrick boot and shoe maker Adelaide Co Adelaide. Pekina (Hundred of Pekina) township allotment land grant 1877 Grant Book 13 Page 10 County Dalhousie

No 2

MCCORMACK, Patrick labourer Kapunda Co Light. Hundred of Bundaleer land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 74 County Victoria

MCCORMACK, Patrick labourer Kapunda Co Light. Hundred of Yackamoorundie land grant 1880 Grant Book 56 Page 94 County Stanley

No 3

MCCORMACK, Patrick labourer Hundred of Coonatto Co Frome 1886 Memorial 167/378

MCCORMACK, Vincent farmer Parilla trustee Parilla School 1920 Grant Book 12 Page 99 County Chandos

MCCORMACK, W agent Bute 1893 Memorial 248/418

No 1

MCCORMICK, James of Rosewater and Mary Jane McCormick his wife 1887 Memorial 60/388

MCCORMICK, Mary Jane wife of James McCormick labourer Rosewater 1887. James McCormick 30 bachelor labourer Rosewater (Father: Connel McCormick) married Mary Jane CLARKE 28 spinster servant Rosewater (Father: John Clark) on 17/2/1885 St Mary’s Pt Adelaide. Witnesses: TPC SHIELS labourer Rosewater and GW Shiels of Rosewater Application 21281

MCCORMICK, Henry farmer Allendale East Hundred of Kongorong land grant 1885[-1887] Grant Book 31 Page 35 County Grey

No 1 – perhaps the same person

MCCORMICK, John farmer Rochester Co Stanley. Hundred of Narridy land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 251 County Victoria

MCCORMICK, John teamster Laura Co Victoria. Hundred of Pekina land grant 1880 Grant Book 13 Page 161 County Dalhousie

No 2

MCCORMICK, John farmer Pinda Co Frome 1880 Memorial 194/338

MCCORMICK, John farmer near Wilmington 1884 Memorial 217/362

No 3

MCCORMICK, John gardener Forreston 1921 Memorial 36/482

MCCORMICK, Raymond Charles farmer near Mt Gambier 1938 Application 28118

MCCORMICK, Thomas Garrett of the Light River 1860 Memorial 77/426

MCCORNACHY, James of Laura 1889 Memorial 132/399

MCCORQUINDALE, Duncan farmer near Inverbrackie 1855 Memorial 4/91

MCCORVIE, Archibald wineseller Murray River 1875 Memorial 22/281

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

MCCOULL, Mary widow Elliston [Parafield] 1871 Memorial 164/253

No 1

MCCOULL, Thomas Fergus gentleman Pt Adelaide 1854[-1857] Memorial 392/72

MCCOULL, Thomas Fergus gentleman Queenstown 1859 Memorial 335/161

MCCOULL, Thomas Fergus formerly of Adelaide, but now of Morwell Vic 1864 Application 18544

MCCOULL, Thomas Fergus gentleman Adelaide 1867[-1870] Memorial 134/226

MCCOULL, Thomas Fergus Secretary to the Moonta Mining Company Adelaide 1868 Memorial 238/229

MCCOULL, Thomas Fergus of Adelaide Secretary to the Moonta Mines and trustee Institute Moonta Mines 1875 Grant Book 14 Page 53 County Daly

MCCOULL, Thomas Fergus gentleman foundation trustee Pt Adelaide Presbyterian Church formerly of Pt Adelaide but now of Adelaide 1882 one of two surviving foundation trustees from 1857 Application 19149

MCCOULL, Thomas Fergus gentleman Adelaide, about to leave the province, power of attorney to Robert ROBERTSON Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons Adelaide, to manage his SA business interests 1/2/1886 Deposit 67/1886

MCCOURLEY, W of Strathalbyn and M McCourley his wife 1910 Memorial 50/463

MCCOURT, Arthur farmer Loxton Co Alfred. Waikerie (Hundred of Waikerie) township allotment land grant 1911 Grant Book 3 Page 112 County Albert

No 1

MCCOURT, Francis farmer Millicent 1890[-1896] Memorial 211/401

MCCOURT, Francis and James farmers Millicent 1892 Memorial 6/413

MCCOURT, Francis and James farmers Millicent Hundred of Mt Muirhead land grant 1897 Grant Book 31 Page 205 County Grey

No 1 – perhaps the same person

MCCOURT, Thomas farmer Murrimbum 1888 Memorial 83/393

MCCOURT, Thomas auctioneer Millicent Co Grey. Hundred of Menzies land grant 1905 Grant Book 11 Page 61 County Carnarvon

No 1

MCCOY, Alexander yeoman Gawler 1852 Memorial 456/38

MCCOY, Alexander [formerly yeoman Gawler but now] master mariner Melbourne Vic 1853 Memorial 443/51

No 2 - possibly a continuation of No 1

MCCOY, Alexander master mariner Pt Adelaide 1860 Memorial 116/166

MCCOY, Alexander master of the steamship Lubra Pt Adelaide 1871[-1878] Memorial 177/326

MCCOY, Alexander shipowner 143 Molesworth St, North Adelaide 1888 Application 21522

MCCOY, Dennis agriculturalist Adelaide 1842 Application 22397

No 1

MCCOY, George gentleman Adelaide Hundred of Minecrow land grant 1887 Grant Book 46 Page 62 County MacDonnell

MCCOY, George gentleman Adelaide Hundred of Townsend land grant 1887 Grant Book 51 Page 74 County Robe

MCCOY, Henry Edward bachelor driver Carlton Vic m Mary Annie PILE widow hotelkeeper Clare on 27/2/1909. Witnesses; Patrick COLLINS blacksmith Adelaide and Elizabeth ALEXANDER of Mile End.Mrs McCoy took over the Somerset Hotel, Pulteney St, Adelaide later that year Memorials 84 & 85/462

MCCRACKEN, Benjamin agricultural labourer Adelaide 1852 Memorial 273/40.

MCCREA, Thomas George farmer Mt Gambier Co Grey. Hundred of Cotton land grant 1908 Grant Book 12 Page 121 County Chandos

MCCREETH, William licensed teacher perhaps Adelaide 1862 Memorial 297/182

MCCRORIE, David butcher Norwood 1876 Application 15484

No 1

MCCROSTIE, James sheep station overseer Pt Gawler 1852 Memorial 112/40

MCCROSTIE, James formerly farmer of Waterloo, but now miner of near Invercargill New Zealand 1888 Application 21485

MCCROSTIE, James gentleman Nevis Otago New Zealand. He owned land in Willaston 1871 Memorial 18/255

MCCROSTIE, William land agent 42 Aberfeldy Ave, Woodville and Laura Mabel McRostie his wife 1953 Application 28954

MCCRUTH, William clerk of the local court Woodside 1863 Memorial 166/212

No 1 – the Elder

MCCUISH, Donald farmer Salt Creek Hundred of Monarto land grant 1879 Grant Book 58 Page 124 County Sturt

MCCUISH, Donald the Elder farmer Monarto Hundred of Monarto land grant 1885 Grant Book 58 Page 129 County Sturt

No 2 – the Younger

MCCUISH, Donald the Younger farmer Monarto 1883 Memorial 159/353

MCCULLAGH, Hugh carter Adelaide (Grey St) 1876 Memorial 96/293

MCCULLAGH, John carter Adelaide 1866[-1868] Memorial 131/214

MCCULLAGH, Matthew carter Adelaide (Gray St) 1876 Memorial 95/293

No 1

MCCULLAGH, Robert letter carrier Adelaide 1854 Memorial 411/63

MCCULLAGH, Robert letter carrier Adelaide and Sarah Addy McCullagh his wife 1858 Memorial 114/272

MCCULLAGH, Robert letter carrier Adelaide died c1868. All estate to his wife, Sarah Addy McCULLAGH Deposit 109/1875

No 1

MCCULLAGH, Samuel labourer Willunga 1860 Memorial 78/165

MCCULLAGH, Samuel labourer Willunga 1893 Application 22599

MCCULLAGH, WG clerk Kadina 1867 Memorial 160/224

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

MCCULLOCH, Alexander sheep farmer Gilbert River 1854[-1856] Memorial 404/64

MCCULLOCH, Alexander sheep farmer formerly of the Gilbert River but now of Kooringa 1868 Application 9302

MCCULLOCH, Alexander Esquire Gottliebs Well near Kooringa 1862[-1879] Memorial 224/187

MCCULLOCH, Alexander sheep farmer Princess Royal linked with John McCulloch sheep farmer Gottlieb Well 1869 Memorial 15/240

MCCULLOCH, Alexander sheepfarmer Gottlieb Well Co Kimberley. Hundred of Whyte land grant 1871 Grant Book 60 Page 47 County Victoria

MCCULLOCH, Alexander gentleman Princes Royal 1874 Memorial 77/278

MCCULLOCH, Alexander the Elder and Younger sheep farmers Black Rock linked with John McCulloch formerly sheep farmer Black Rock but now in parts beyond the seas 1875 Memorial 177/285

MCCULLOCH, Alexander the Younger stockholder Black Rock Station, about to leave the province for a time, power of attorney to Alfred Stephen CHAPMAN merchant’s clerk Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 29/12/1877 Deposit 13/1878

MCCULLOCH, Alexander sheepfarmer Gottlieb Well Hundred of Terowie land grant 1879 Grant Book 40 Page 10 County Kimberley

MCCULLOCH, Alexander sheep farmer Gottlieb Well near Kooringa 1882 Application 19061

MCCULLOCH, Alexander the Elder sheep farmer formerly of the Princess Royal but then of Glenelg, died 16/10/1890. Father of Alexander McCulloch the Younger and Duncan McCulloch mentioned but not described. Father in law of James Penn BOUCAUT one of HM judges Glenelg Memorials 13-15/410

MCCULLOCH, Alexander sheepfarmer Gottlieb Well and Yongala, had died by 1900 Memorial 220/440

MCCULLOCH, Alexander the Younger and John sheep farmers Black Rock Station 1877 Memorial 164/304

MCCULLOCH, Alexander stockholder Princess Royal near Burra 1882[-1885] Memorial 168/345

MCCULLOCH, Alexander the Younger Esquire formerly of Adelaide, presently residing at Bailey’s Hotel, South Kensington, Middlesex, England, power of attorney to Arthur S CHAPMAN Secretary of Elder Smith & Co Ltd, to recover his share of the estate of his late father, Alexander McCULLOCH the Elder sheep farmer Gottlieb Well, Princess Royal, Yongala Stations (died 16/10/1890 Glenelg), and to manage his other SA business affairs 2/10/1901 Deposit 74/1902

MCCULLOCH, Andrew farmer Reedbeds 1852[-1853] Memorial 253/41

MCCULLOCH, Donald Ross clerk of works Grey St, South Yarra Vic and Edith May McCulloch his wife 1920 Application 26860

MCCULLOCH, Duncan sheep farmer Adelaide, power of attorney to Alfred Stephen CHAPMAN of Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs, including the sale of his leasehold property in the Hundred of Mongolata, and to negotiate a new leasehold propert 8/12/1891 Deposit 109/1891

MCCULLOCH, Gwendoline Mabel Alison spinster 17 Ovington Gardens, Brompton Road, Middlesex, England, who turned 21 on 6/3/1908, power of attorney to Knox, Gwynne & Hargrave solicitors Adelaide, to secure her just share in the trust estates of Alexander McCULLOCH (died 16/10/1890 Glenelg) and John McCULLOCH (died 18/8/1888, with an interest in Boolcoomatta Station). Alexander McCULLOCH had provided for £500 a year to his son John for life, then to his widow, until she died or remarried (when she would receive £250 a year) Deposit 22/1908

No 1

MCCULLOCH, Hugh farmer Gawler Plains 1857 Memorial 226/113

MCCULLOCH, Hugh farmer near Saddleworth 1874 Application 13587

No 1

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

No 1 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

MCCULLOCH, James of Coolgardie WA 1893 Memorial 69/419

No 1

MCCULLOCH, John sheep farmer Black Rock North-Eastern Plains linked with Alexander McCulloch the Younger sheep farmer of the same place 1875 Memorial 44/281

MCCULLOCH, John sheep farmer in partnership with his brother, Alexander McCulloch the Younger Black Rock North Eastern Plains, about to leave the province for some time, power of attorney to Alexander MCCulloch the Younger Black Rock, to manage his affairs of this partnership and to look out for his interests in a new partnership to be set up with Alexander McCulloch the Elder, Alexander McCulloch the Younger, Duncan McCulloch, and Arthur Isaac TYNDALL sheep farmers, at Boolcoomatta 30/1/1875 Deposit 90/1875

MCCULLOCH, John sheepfarmer Black Rock. Hundred of Black Rock Plain land grant 1881 Grant Book 13 Page 109 County Dalhousie

MCCULLOCH, Julia Cecilia Essex widow and her daughter, Ruby Leonora Marguerite McCulloch spinster 7 Kensington Gate West, London, England, power of attorney to Knox, Gwynne & Hargrave solicitors Adelaide, to secure their just shares in the trust estates of Alexander McCulloch (died 16/10/1890 Glenelg), in a division into thirds of £19,320/12/9, along with Gwendoline Mabel Alison McCulloch, from a further trust estate until after the children turned 21. Supreme Court Order 39/1903 dated 26/8/1903. 1/12/1904 Deposit 20/1911

MCCULLOUGH, R Baptist minister Mitcham 1908 Memorial 206/459

No 1

MCCULLOCH, Robert sergeant major of Police Adelaide 1850 Memorial 200/27

No 2

MCCULLOUGH, Robert restaurant keeper Pt Augusta 1881 Memorial 112/337

No 1

MCCULLOCH, Thomas Andrew contractor Kingston S-E 1876[-1892] Memorial 126/290

MCCULLOCH, Thomas Andrew contractor Kingston S-E Lucindale (Hundred of Joyce) township allotment land grant 1877 Grant Book 50 Page 131a County Robe

MCCULLOCH, Thomas Andrew contractor Lucindale Rosetown (Hundred of Lacepede) township allotment land grant 1877 Grant Book 29 Page 219 County MacDonnell

MCCULLOCH, Thomas Andrew contractor Lucindale Lucindale (Hundred of Joyce) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 50 Page 133 County Robe

MCCULLOCH, Thomas Andrew contractor Kingston S-E Hundred of Lacepede land grant 1878 Grant Book 46 Page 6 County MacDonnell

MCCULLOCH, Thomas Andrew farmer Kingston S-E 1901 Memorial 185/443

MCCULLOCH, Thomas Andrew farmer Kingston S-E. His wife, Amelia McCulloch, died 10/2/1912 intestate. Family - William John McCulloch dairyman Monteith Flat, James Thomas McCulloch butcher Balaklava, Lucy Adeline MCKINNON married woman Kingston S-E, Walter Samuel Taylor McCulloch dairyman Monteith Flat, Mary Edith NATION married woman Gouger St, Adelaide [perhaps wife of Wylie Nation police constable Adelaide?] and Janet Margaret McCulloch spinster Kingston S-E Memorial 185/467

MCCULLOCH, Thomas Andrew farmer formerly of Kingston S-E but now of Henley Beach 1913 Memorial 12/469

MCCULLOCH, Thomas Andrew the Elder formerly farmer Kingston S-E but then out of business Maitland Tce, Seacliff, died 23/1/1930 Brighton. His wife, Amelia McCulloch, died 10/2/1912 Nhill Vic intestate. Parents of Janet Margaret HARVEY married woman Seacliff and Thomas Andrew McCulloch the Younger. Grandparents of Ross McCulloch Harvey, Colin Geoffrey Harvey, Grace McCulloch, Kenneth McCulloch, Joan Harvey. Great-grandparents of Jean SALT. Bequest to Margaret MCKENZIE daughter of James McKenzie of Minlaton Memorials 3- 5/503 & RPA Search 134

MCCULLOCH, William & Co carrying on business in Adelaide and elsewhere TA 139 Currie St Adelaide 1883 [Perhaps the McCulloch Carrying Co which held lease land on TA 138] Memorial 79/353

MCCUTCHEON, Arthur Donald Methodist minister Pt Adelaide 1949 Memorial 115/524

No 1

MCDADE, Andrew labourer Glenelg 1857 Memorial 187/119

MCDADE, Andrew farmer Somerton 1862[-1881] Memorial 313/185

MCDEAN, Allan farmer Strathalbyn 1869 Memorial 130/241

MCDERMOTT, Albert Edward gentleman Macclesfield 1868 Memorial 136/233

No 1

MCDERMOTT, James labourer Mintaro 1898 Memorial 7/435

MCDERMOTT, James poundkeeper Mintaro, died 2/12/1905. Father of Alice GARRARD married woman Mintaro, James Francis McDermott, Peter McDermott, Mary SMITH, Margaret Smith and Ann MALLON. Executor; Michael Aloysius KELLY farmer near the Mintaro railway station. Estate worth £410 Memorial 147 & 148/454

MCDERMOTT, John of Clare 1858 Memorial 183/133

MCDERMOTT, Martin barman Adelaide 1876 Memorial 56/288

No 1

MCDERMOTT, Patrick of Adelaide 1851 Memorial 411/34

MCDERMOTT, Patrick saddler Adelaide (Chatham St) 1876 Memorial 14/288

No 1

MCDIARMID, Archibald sheep farmer Armagh 1853 Memorial 13/56

MCDIARMID, Archibald gentleman Armagh near Clare 1858 Memorial 180/133

MCDIARMID, Archibald stockholder Hutt River 1859 Memorial 300/157

MCDIARMID, Archibald stockholder Armagh near Clare 1860 Application 1037

MCDIARMID, Archibald stockholder near Clare 1860 Application 1591

MCDIARMID, Archibald farmer near Clare 1867 Memorial 73/222

MCDIARMID, Archibald farmer near Clare, became a bankrupt in 1867 Memorial 37/225

MCDIARMID, Archibald farmer South Armagh 1883 Application 19800

No 2

MCDIARMID, Archibald solicitor Pt Adelaide 1882 Memorial 111/343

MCDIARMID, Archibald solicitor Adelaide, died 19/8/1930 Knightsbridge. Husband of Elizabeth Thomson McDiarmid Memorial 80/504

MCDIARMID, Peter farmer Mt Gambier 1859 Application 430

MCDIARMID, Wallace solicitor Melvin Chambers, Adelaide 1887 Application 21148

MACDONA, Ambrose Lancelot dairyman Findon 1906 Memorial 105/455

MCDONAGH, James of Sheaoak Log, died 12/8/1905. Estate worth £20. Father of Patrick McDonogh farm labourer Sheaoak Log Memorial 165/454

No 1

MCDONALD, A storekeeper Kangarilla 1875 Memorial 55/282

MCDONALD, A out of business Kangarilla 1881 Memorial 45/333

No 1

MCDONALD, Alexander Manager of the Union Bank of Australasia Adelaide 1850 Memorial 449/24

MCDONALD, Alexander Manager Adelaide Branch Union Bank Adelaide 1852 Application 10662

MCDONALD, Alexander formerly Manager of the Union Bank of Australia Adelaide but now merchant Sydney NSW 1858 Memorial 208/136

No 2

MCDONALD, Alexander blacksmith Mt Barker 1853[-1854] Memorial 436/55

MCDONALD, Alexander farmer Mt Barker 1856 Hundred of Strathalbyn land grant Memorial 58/102

MCDONALD, Alexander farmer formerly of Mt Barker 1856 but now of the Bremer River 1863 Application 4276

MCDONALD, Alexander farmer The Bremer 1864 Memorial 90/195

MCDONALD, Alexander farmer Newton Strathalbyn Co Hindmarsh. Hundred of Monarto land grant 1868 Grant Book 58 Page 145 County Sturt

MCDONALD, Alexander farmer Newton Callington. Hundred of Kanmantoo land grant 1867[-1879] Grant Book 58 Page 56 County Sturt

MCDONALD, Alexander farmer Bremer Hundred of Monarto land grant 1874 Grant Book 58 Page 120 County Sturt

MCDONALD, Alexander farmer Red Creek Co Hindmarsh. Hundred of Monarto land grant 1874[-1883] Grant Book 58 Page 128 County Sturt

MCDONALD, Alexander farmer Newton Red Creek Co Hindmarsh. Hundred of Monarto land grant 1884 Grant Book 58 Page 128 County Sturt

MCDONALD, Alexander farmer Newton near Mt Barker 1887[-1888] Memorial 243/386

MCDONALD, Alexander, and Walter farmers Red Creek linked with Ann Sweet HEASLIP wife of William Henry Heaslip farmer Carrieton 1899 Memorial 120/438

No 3

MCDONALD, Alexander labourer McLaren Vale 1862 Memorial 26/182

No 4

MCDONALD, Alexander storekeeper Donnybrook Hundred of Clare Co Stanley 1865 Memorial 11/206

No 5

MCDONALD, Alexander of the Hundred of Hallett. Hundred of Hallett land grant 1872[-1875] Grant Book 8 Page 92 County Burra

No 6 – perhaps the same person

MCDONALD, Alexander farmer Gawler Co Gawler. Hundred of Redhill land grant 1878 Grant Book 14 Page 367 County Daly

MCDONALD, Alexander of Mundoora. Hundred of Mundoora land grant 1883 Grant Book 14 Page 265 County Daly

MCDONALD, Alexander farmer Redhill. Hundred of Redhill land grant 1884 Grant Book 14 Page 379 County Daly

No 7

MCDONALD, Alexander storekeeper Blackwood 1883[-1909] Memorial 118/348, Application 19673

MCDONALD, Alexander MP Blackwood 1897 Application 23278

MCDONALD, Alexander MP of Blackwood 1904 Memorial 112/450

MCDONALD, Alexander gentleman Blackwood 1914 Memorial 126/471

No 8 – perhaps the same person FIND CHECK RUN

MCDONALD, Alexander farmer Dublin. Hundred of Dublin land grant 1880 Grant Book 26 Page 344 County Gawler

MCDONALD, Alexander labourer Gumeracha Co Adelaide. Hundred of Dublin land grant 1881 Grant Book 26 Page 347 County Gawler

MCDONALD, Alexander farmer Hundred of Ninnes.Trustee unnamed Chapel in the Hundred of Cameron 1896 Grant Book 15 Page 31 County Daly

MCDONALD, Alexander farmer Bute, had died by 1912 intestate. Adelaide McDonald widow Bute administered the estate Grant Book 14 Page 301 County Daly

No 9

MCDONALD, Alexander farmer Crystal Brook. Hundred of Crystal Brook land grant 1902 Grant Book 60 Page 238 County Victoria

No 1

MCDONALD, Alexander Davidson labourer Pt Wallaroo. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1874[-1875] Grant Book 14 Page 83 County Daly

MCDONALD, Alexander Davidson farmer Peela Weela 1885 Memorial 78/377

MCDONALD, Alexander Davidson farmer Tickera 1890 Memorial 137/404

No 1

MCDONALD, Allan farmer Pt Gawler. Land grant Section 590 Hundred of Pt Gawler 1857 Duplicate Deposit 447/1857

MCDONALD, Allan farmer formerly of Pt Gawler 1863 [at White Hut by 1866] Memorial 127/194

MCDONALD, Allan farmer Clare. Hundred of Hart land grant 1866[-1880] Grant Book 56 Page 488 County Stanley

No 2

MCDONALD, Allan farmer Murray Bridge. Tailem Bend (Hundred of Seymour) township allotment land grant 1899 Grant Book 54 Page 168 County Russell

MCDONALD, Allan Claude metallurgist formerly of 148 Broadway Road, Pt Pirie but now of 70 Balmoral Rd, Pt Pirie linked with Eric Hunter McDonald wood and chaff merchant 2 Simpson St, Woodville 1950 Memorial 92/525

No 1

MCDONALD, Allen farmer Strathalbyn 1851 Memorial 196/29

MCDONALD, Allen farmer Strathalbyn 1853 Memorial 90/48

MCDONALD, Allen JN farmer Binnum 1912 Memorial 158/467
No 1

MCDONALD, Angus farmer Tungkillo Hundred of Tungkillo land grant 1879 Grant Book 58 Page 287 County Sturt

No 2

MCDONALD, Angus farmer Mannum 1888 Memorial 39/391

MCDONALD, Angus selector Limestone Ridge 1880 Memorial 94/393 Farmer Limestone Ridge 1888 Memorial 95/393

MCDONALD, Angus and Archibald stockholders Limestone Ridge Penola Hundred of Robertson land grant. Catherine MCARTHUR stockholder Limestone Ridge in business with these men 1883 Grant Book 50 Page 176 County Robe

MCDONALD, Angus overseer Limestone Ridge near Penola 1896 Memorial 27/427

No 3

MCDONALD, Angus farmer Hundred of Way Co Musgrave 1887[-1893] Memorial 161/384

MCDONALD, Angus linked with William Norman McDonald both farmers Hundred of Way 1895 Memorial 179/425

MCDONALD, Angus sheepfarmer Hundred of Way and Ellen McDonald his wife 1897 Memorial 243/432

No 4

MCDONALD, Angus pipefitter Adelaide (Grenfell St). His wife, Margaret McDonald, died c1903. Bequests to - Margaret ADAMS wife of Alexander Adams tramdriver Maylands (eldest son called Peter Adams), Edmund James HYLAND tobacco twister Adelaide (deceased sisters Johanna and Mary. HIs eldest son called James Hyland), John Hyland machinist Adelaide. [Mrs McDonald likely the widow of the late James Hyland formerly licensed victualler Adelaide, who died 1866] Memorials 3-5/449

MCDONALD, Angus John medical practitioner Mt Gambier, died 3/10/1902 Memorial 70/504

No 1

MCDONALD, Anne widow Kincraig 1869 Memorial 227/244

MCDONALD, Anne widow Narracoorte 1874 Memorial 150/277

MCDONALD, Anne widow Kingston S-E 1880 Memorial 151/325

No 2

MCDONALD, Anne widow Stepney 1893 Application 22589

No 1 – perhaps the same person

MCDONALD, Archibald farmer Dry Creek 1848 Memorial 90/272

MCDONALD, Archibald farmer Hill River Hundred of Andrews land grant 1868 Grant Book 56 Page 309 County Stanley

No 2

MCDONALD, Archibald farmer Allendale East Hundred of Caroline land grant 1870 Grant Book 31 Page 23 County Grey

MCDONALD, Arnold Frederick carrier McLaren Vale linked with Malcolm Samuel McDonald carrier Noarlunga and Raymond Richard McDonald carrier Willunga 1951 Memorial 45/531

MCDONALD, Caroline spinster Walkerville, died 1/7/1886 intestate. Letters of administration to her sister, Louisa Campbell McDonald spinster Walkerville, to settle the estate. Her only next of kin Memorial 158/393

No 1

MCDONALD, Charles draper Adelaide 1853 Memorial 471/55

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

No 2 - likely to be a continuation of No 1

MCDONALD, Charles draper North Adelaide 1883 Memorial 96/351

MCDONALD, Charles draper Adelaide 1889 Application 21566

MCDONALD, Charles draper North Adelaide and Grace McDonald his wife 1892 Memorial 121/416

MCDONALD, Charles formerly draper Adelaide but now out of business North Adelaide 1910 Application 25836

MCDONALD, Charles draper North Adelaide and Grace McDonald his wife (who died c1900). Mother of Charles John McDonald civil servant North Adelaide and two unnamed daughters. Executor; William MARKHAM doctor of medicine Pt Augusta Memorial 86/442

No 3

MCDONALD, Charles farmer Roseworthy Hundred of Redhill land grant 1873 Grant Book 14 Page 353 County Daly

MCDONALD, Charles farmer Roseworthy Wilmington township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 24 Page 571 County Frome

MCDONALD, Charles farmer Redhill 1875 Grant Book 14 Page 359 County Daly

MCDONALD, Charles farmer Roseworthy 1886 Application 20929

MCDONALD, Charles farmer Wood End Farm Roseworthy near Gawler, died 22/11/1893. Father of Thomas McDonald wheelwright Redhill Broughton River and James McDonald farmer Wood End Farm. By 1926, Thomas McDonald wheelwright lived at Moorook Memorials 140 & 142/494

MCDONALD, Charles farmer Wood End Farm near Gawler, died 22/11/1893. By 1929, his family was James McDonald farmer, Keith James McDonald civil servant, Flora Jean McDonald nurse and frank Ross McDonald clerk all of Woodville, and Allan Claud McDonald metallurgist Pt Pirie Application 27740

MCDONALD, Charles descendants as of 1926 included - James McDonald of Woodville; Keith James McDonald civil servant Woodville; Flora Jean McDonald nurse Woodville; Frank Ross McDonald clerk Woodville; Allan Claud McDonald metallurgist Pt Pirie; Eric Hunter McDonald, Audrey Isabel McDonald and Beryl Doreen McDonald all of Woodville Memorial 141/494

MCDONALD, Charles farmer Hundred of Nuriootpa, died 22/11/1893. Father/grandfather of James McDonald farmer Woodville, Keith James McDonald formerly civil servant Woodville but now driver Allenby Gardens, Flora Jean TOLMOUTH wife of Herbert John Tilmouth government employee Marree formerly Flora Jean McDonald nurse Woodville, Frank Ross McDonald formerly clerk now motor driver Woodville, and Allan Claud McDonald formerly metallurgist Pt Pirie but now mine manager Wiliena WA 1937 Application 28063

No 4

MCDONALD, Charles the Younger farmer Hallett 1904 Memorial 131/451

No 1

MCDONALD, Charles Christopher civil engineer Pt Adelaide 1856 Memorial 258/99

MCDONALD, Charles Christopher civil engineer Pt Adelaide, about to proceed to Britain, power of attorney to John ACRAMAN, George MAIN and John LINDSAY merchants Adelaide, to sell his pt Section 440 Survey B and settle his SA business affairs 15/12/1856 Deposit 61/1863

MCDONALD, Charles Christopher civil engineer formerly of Pt Adelaide but now in parts beyond the seas 1859 Memorial 301/156

No 1

MCDONALD, Charles John civil servant Adelaide 1896 Memorial 23/429

No 2

MCDONALD, Charles John wharf labourer Pt Pirie West linked with Lycurgus McDonald ex-railway employee Pt Pirie West 1936 Memorial 126/510

MCDONALD, Charles John wharf labourer Pt Pirie West 1943 Memorial 7/517

MCDONALD, Christopher engineer Pt Adelaide 1856 Memorial 10/112

No 1

MCDONALD, Colin Coll medical practitioner Mt Gambier 1897 Application 23471

MCDONALD, Colin Coll medical practitioner Mt Gambier, died 28/2/1917. Husband of Jessie McDonald. Brother of Flora Sarah MCGREGOR wife of William McAlpine McGregor agent Millicent 1931 Memorial 69/504

MCDONALD, Colin Coll died not stated. Beneficiaries under his will - Jessie McDonald of Mt Gambier, Flora Sarah MCGREGOR wife of William McAlpine McGregor agent Millicent, Mary McDonald widow Armadale Vic and Katherine Marion McDonald of Armadale Vic as of 1918 Memorial 26/477

No 1

MCDONALD, Donald the Elder shepherd Adelaide 1838 Father of Donald McDonald formerly the Younger Esquire Copperfield Downs Qld 1880 Application 17838

MCDONALD, Donald the Elder Esquire Adelaide, about to depart the province, power of attorney to Elder, Smith & Co, to sell his SA property and manage his SA business affairs 3/5/1862. By 28/3/1879, Donald MCDONALD was in Queensland and asked Elders to continue to sell property and look after his SA affairs Deposits 35/1863, 34/1880

MCDONALD, Donald the Elder labourer Adelaide 1838. Father of Donald McDonald formerly the Younger sheep farmer Queensland 1864 Application 5120

MCDONALD, Donald the Elder farmer Adelaide 1839. Father of Donald McDonald formerly the Younger Esquire Copperfield Downs, Copperfield River Qld 1867 Application 8384

MCDONALD, Donald the Elder bachelor Launceston VDL married Eliza ARCHIBALD spinster Launceston 19/11/1837 Launceston parish church VDL, by the Rev’d WH BROWNE LLB Chaplain. The family emigrated to SA, where their eldest son, Donald McDonald the Younger was born 31/12/1839 Adelaide, and baptised in the RC Cathedral Adelaide January 1841. Donald McDonald grazier World’s End Station Burra Creek, died 27/1/1864 intestate, through Aborigines ‘killed by the blacks’. His widow, Eliza McDonald at present in Sydney NSW, applied for letters of administration. Her son, Donald McDonald the Younger Esquire, inherited his father's estate as heir at law. He lived on Copperfield Downs Station, Copperfield River Qld in 1867. Application 8384

No 2 - perhaps the same person; the Younger

MCDONALD, Donald sheepfarmer formerly of Adelaide but now of Queensland 1862 Memorial 240/218

MCDONALD, Donald sheep farmer formerly of Adelaide but now in parts beyond the seas 1863[-1867] Memorial 139/188

No 3 - perhaps the same person

MCDONALD, Donald carrier Hindmarsh 1839 Application 14168

MCDONALD, Donald bullock driver Hindmarsh 1840 Memorial 139/2

No 4

MCDONALD, Donald bricklayer Adelaide 1839 Yeoman Hindmarsh 1846 Application 1889

MCDONALD, Donald yeoman Hindmarsh 1846 Memorial 116/7

No 5 - perhaps the same person

MCDONALD, Donald shepherd Section 58 Hundred of South Rhine 1857 Memorial 312/119

MCDONALD, Donald shepherd Gottlieb Well north of Kooringa 1859 Memorial 9/149

MCDONALD, Donald shepherd Gum Creek Hundred of Ayers land grant 1868 Grant Book 56 Page 201 County Stanley

MCDONALD, Donald farmer Gum Creek Flat Co Stanley. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1880 Grant Book 13 Page 194 County Dalhousie

No 6 - perhaps the same person; perhaps the Elder

MCDONALD, Donald farmer Upper Finniss 1865 Application 5969

MCDONALD, Donald and Hector farmers near Milang 1869[-1873] Memorial 171/240

No 7 - perhaps the same person

MCDONALD, Donald licensed victualler Penola 1868 Application 9506

MCDONALD, Donald farmer Penola 1884 Memorial 183/357

No 8

MCDONALD, Donald farmer Crystal Brook. Trustee unnamed School Hundred of Crystal Brook Hundred of Crystal Brook land grant 1874 Grant Book 60 Page 215 County Victoria

MCDONALD, Donald farmer Redhill Co Daly. Hundred of Crystal Brook land grant 1880 Grant Book 60 Page 231 County Victoria

No 9

MCDONALD, Donald the Younger farmer Giles Creek Co Hindmarsh 1882 Memorial 241/338

MCDONALD, Donald the Younger farmer Giles Creek Co Hindmarsh. Hundred of Nildottie land grant 1884 Grant Book 3 Page 3 County Albert

MCDONALD, Donald the Younger farmer Hundred of Nildottie Co Albert 1886 Memorial 153/377

No 10

MCDONALD, Donald sheep farmer Limestone Ridge (property named by 1854) Hundred of Comaum South-East probably near Naracoorte, died c1882. Husband of Catherine McDonald. Other executors, probably his sons, Archibald McDonald sheep farmer Condon Portland Road Vic, and Angus McDonald sheep farmer Limestone Ridge 1889 Application 21627

No 1

MCDONALD, Donald Ernest grazier Bellaire near Penola linked with Jessie McDonald wife of Ronald McDonald grazier Mt Gambier as executors for the estate of Mary SMITH widow Mt Gambier 1888 Memorial 129/393

MCDONALD, Donald Ernest sheep farmer Glenroy 1888 Memorial 227/392

MCDONALD, Donald Ernest sheepfarmer Glen Roy Hundred of Comaum land grant 1891 Grant Book 50 Page 79 County Robe

MCDONALD, Duncan farmer Aldinga 1858 Memorial 67/152

MCDONALD, Elford of Para Wurlie 1887[-1895] Memorial 188/386

MCDONALD, Elizabeth widow Adelaide, about to leave the province for a time, power of attorney to Edward Amand WRIGHT gentleman Adelaide, and Donald SUTHERLAND farmer Strathalbyn, to manage her SA business affairs 21/5/1855 Deposit 300/OA

MCDONALD, Eric Alexander labourer Pt Lincoln, aged 41 in 1949, declared that he had lived his whole life on the same farm, which his grandmother had willed to him Application 28631

No 1

MCDONALD, Eric Hunter wood and chaff merchant 2 Simpson St, Woodville linked with Keith James McDonald motor driver 2 Barham St, Allenby Gardens 1950 Memorial 193/524

MCDONALD, Eric Hunter farmer and grazier Woodend Farm near Roseworthy, died 4/6/1955 Infectious Diseases Hospital, Northfield. Husband of Doris Rhoda McDonald Memorial 107/530

No 1

MCDONALD, Ethel Beatrice Florence Maude married woman Copperhouse linked with Janet McDonald married woman Kooringa 1914 Memorial 61/471

MCDONALD, Ethel Beatrice Florence Maude widow Copperhouse near Kooringa 1921 Memorial 177/482

No 1

MCDONALD, Ewen farmer Lower Finniss 1851 [In SA by 1849] Memorial 186/50 Farmer Finniss River 1852 Memorial 184/50

MCDONALD, Ewen farmer Lower Finniss 1854[-1855] Memorial 8/70

MCDONALD, Ewen stockholder The Finniss 1860 Application 1460

MCDONALD, Ewen farmer The Finniss 1861 Application 2485

MCDONALD, Ewen farmer Lower Finniss 1862 Application 2912

MCDONALD, Ewen farmer Lower Finniss Hundred of Alexandrina land grant 1869 Grant Book 36 Page 12 County Hindmarsh

MCDONALD, Ewen farmer Lower Finniss and Rachel McDonald his wife 1871 Memorial 166/252

MCDONALD, Ewen farmer The Finniss, about to leave the province, power of attorney to Richard Bullock ANDREWS and Alfred BONNIN Esquires Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 23/5/1874 Deposit 75/1874

No 1

MCDONALD, George and Mary McDonald his wife formerly Mary HOPKINGS

emigrated to SA 1850s Application 14637

WOOD, Mary formerly McDonald nee Hopkings, wife of John Wood wheelwright Mt Barker, declared 16/9/1881: She married George McDonald at Harg, Scotland, in September 1850. She gave her marriage certificate to the Immigration Officer when the McDonalds emigrated to South Australia in the 1850s and he did not return the document. George McDonald died about 10 months after the family landed. Mary McDonald m 2/6/1856 to John Wood, at Strathalbyn. William Brown Wesleyan Methodist Minister married them. Mrs Wood had declared herself a spinster in 1875, thinking that this would keep the property from the control of her husband. This was not so, and a new title issued, whereby she was called Mary Wood, and owned the property for her separate use Application 14637

No 2

MCDONALD, George of Donnybrook 1860 Application 1718

MCDONALD, George carpenter Donnybrook near Clare - Member Presbyterian Church Clare 1863 Memorial 272/191

No 3

MCDONALD, George draper Adelaide 1865 Application 6206

MCDONALD, George draper Adelaide (55 Rundle St) 1884 Memorial 10/361

MCDONALD, Henry carpenter Clare 1919 Application 26835

MCDONALD, H carpenter Clare 1923 Memorial 141/489

MCDONALD, Henry builder Clare 1929 Application 27727

MCDONALD, Henry retired carpenter Clare, aged 76 in 1952, declared that he had been born at Clare and had a close association (including doing carpentry jobs) with the Society of RC priests at Sevenhill known as the Manresa Society Inc. The Society had owned various pieces of real estate in the district for at least 100 years. Thomas Francis COSTELLOE and William Joseph BROWN were RC priests and members of the Society at Sevenhill in 1952 Application 28852

No 1

MCDONALD, Hugh farmer Willunga 1855 Memorial 321/80

No 2 - likely to be the same person

MCDONALD, Hugh poundkeeper Truro 1858 Memorial 47/143

MCDONALD, Hugh of Truro 1860 Memorial 257/168

MCDONALD, Sarah widow Truro 1881 Memorial 214/332

MCDONALD, Hugh poundkeeper Truro, died 16/1/1863. He gave his estate to his wife, Sarah MacDonald, in trust for life, then to be divided equally absolutely in remainder expectant amongst his surviving children. Estate worth £80. Sarah McDonald widow of the late Hugh McDonald pound keeper Truro, died 22/2/1902, of senile decay, aged 76. Surviving children in 1905 included Angus McDonald agent Caltowie, Hugh McDonald agent Laura, and Annie TEASDALE wife of Arthur Thomas Teasdale of Adelaide formerly mail driver Blanchetown (1884) now of Adelaide 1905 Application 25054

No 3

MCDONALD, Hugh teamster Canowie. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 120 County Victoria

No 4

MCDONALD, Hugh farmer Hundred of Walloway 1885 Memorial 221/367

MCDONALD, Hugh farmer Walloway linked with John McDonald gentleman Jamestown 1885 Memorial 31/369

No 5

MCDONALD, Hugh farmer Angaston and Elizabeth McDonald hotelkeeper Angaston his wife 1900 Memorial 206/440

MCDONALD, Elizabeth widow Angaston 1912 Application 26136

MCDONALD, J of Rose Park 1898 Memorial 49/434

No 1

MCDONALD, James farmer Noarlunga 1845 Memorial 182/5

MCDONALD, James of Noarlunga, became a bankrupt in 1860 Memorial 281/165

No 2

MCDONALD, James farmer Hundred of Willunga 1850 Memorial 485/25 Farmer Diamond Farm Hundred of Willunga 1852[-1853] Memorial 101/46

No 3

MCDONALD, James mariner Portland Estate 1866 Application 7964

MCDONALD, James master mariner Pt Adelaide 1875[-1876] Memorial 222/283

No 4

MCDONALD, James miller East Auburn Hundred of Hall land grant 1880 Grant Book 56 Page 213 County Stanley

No 5

MCDONALD, James veterinary surgeon Adelaide (Waymouth St), became a bankrupt in 1883 Memorial 63/354

No 6

MCDONALD, James the Younger grazier Copperhouse near Kooringa 1909 Memorial 151/460

MCDONALD, James the Younger grazier formerly of Copperhouse near Kooringa but now of Booboorowie 1913 Memorial 152/469

No 7 - perhaps the same person

MCDONALD, James hotelkeeper Royal Exchange Hotel Aberdeen 1909[-1911] Memorial 186/461

MCDONALD, James formerly butcher Wasleys but then licensed victualler Kooringa Hotel, Kooringa, died c1919. Estate worth £5,250. Husband of Emma Dorothy Dora Louisa McDonald Memorials 167, 168/483

MCDONALD, Emma Dora Louisa hotelkeeper Kooringa Hotel Kooringa formerly Emma Dora Louisa DREWITT spinster Lauriston Wakefield St, Adelaide 1927 Memorials 195 & 196/496 & 2/497

No 8

MCDONALD, James gentleman Aberdeen near Kooringa 1911 Memorial 198/464

MCDONALD, James gentleman formerly of Aberdeen but now of Kooringa 1920 Application 26886

No 9

MCDONALD, James formerly farmer Woodend Farm, near Roseworthy but then out of business Beaufort St, Woodville, died 21/11/1948 Royal Adelaide Hospital. Father of Eric Hunter McDonald wood and chaff merchant 2 Simpson St, Woodvile, who inherited his father's entire estate, including Woodend Farm leased to AE SISSMAN. 'I desire that my said son should not accede to the wishes of other members of my family and sell and dispose of the property Woodend Farm, but retain the same in his own name so that it shall not pass out of the hands of the McDonald family' Memorials 91 & 101/523

No 1

MCDONALD, James Benjamin doctor Willunga 1851 Memorial 500/30 Doctor formerly of Willunga 1854 Memorial 386/67

MCDONALD, James Benjamin, Esquire, formerly of Willunga but now of
Adelaide, about to leave the province to live in Ireland, power of attorney to settle his SA business affairs and sell his land, to Francis DUVAL surveyor Adelaide and John Tuthill BAGOT barrister Adelaide 30/1/1854 Deposit 278/OA

MCDONALD, James Benjamin of Willunga 1851 trustee of the Willunga Land and Building Society, had left SA permanently by 1855 Application 25463

MCDONALD, James Benjamin Esquire formerly of Willunga but now of Adelaide 1856 Memorial 457/97

MCDONALD, James Benjamin Esquire formerly of Willunga but now of Ireland 1860 Memorial 105/164

MCDONALD, James Edelster importer (of the firm of CROOKS & BROOKER) Pt Adelaide Co Adelaide. Tarcoola (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1901 Grant Book 65 Page 304 County Not named

No 1

MCDONALD, James Ross teamster Kingston Rosetown (Hundred of Lacepede) township allotment land grant 1877 Grant Book 29 Page 218 County MacDonnell

MCDONALD, James Ross teamster Kingston Willowie township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 24 Page 576 County Frome

MCDONALD, James Ross carrier Kingston Hundred of Gumbowie land grant 1878 Grant Book 40 Page 42 County Kimberley

MCDONALD, James Ross teamster Kingston S-E Hundred of Lacepede land grant 1879 Grant Book 46 Page 8 County MacDonnell

No 1

MCDONALD, James Wyld gentleman Walkerville 1851[-1854] Memorial 73/34

MCDONALD, James Wyld Esquire Walkerville 1854[-1856] Memorial 274/69

MCDONALD, James Wyld stockholder Emu Belt Station near Leasingham 1863 Memorial 94/187

MCDONALD, James Wyld gentleman Sturt View Upper Sturt 1871 Memorial 128/251

MCDONALD, James Wyld sheep farmer Walkerville 1866 Application 7114

MCDONALD, James Wyld gentleman Walkerville 1869 Application 9679

MCDONALD, James Wyld of Walkerville, died 8/5/1872. His widow, Jemima Mildred McDonald and two daughters, Caroline McDonald and Louisa Campbell McDonald spinsters, still lived at Walkerville in 1884 Memorial 10/355 Caroline McDonald, had already died by 1891 Application 22112

MCDONALD, Jane Copeland spinster Hartley on the Bremer 1903 Memorial 18/450

MCDONALD, Janet married woman Kooringa 1913 Memorial 41/469

No 1

MCDONALD, John carpenter Magill 1844[-1851] Memorial 494/3

No 2

MCDONALD, John yeoman Adelaide 1841 Memorial 339/9

MCDONALD, John [formerly yeoman Adelaide but now] licensed victualler Black Forest 1848 Memorial 191/13

MCDONALD, John [formerly publican Black Forest but now] licensed victualler Glenelg 1851 Memorial 399/29

MCDONALD, John [formerly publican Glenelg - his hotel leased to EJF CRAWFORD brewer Hindmarsh 1851 but now] coach proprietor Glenelg 1856[-1857] Memorial 90/102

MCDONALD, John the Elder died 15/9/1884. Husband of Isabella Watson McDonald of Glenelg. By 1898, his family was disposed as follows: Flora McDonald spinster Glenelg, Harriett McDonald spinster Glenelg, Jeannie GILMORE widow Glenelg, Margaret CROUCHER wife of Joseph Owen Croucher licensed victualler Pt Victoria, John McDonald the Younger civil servant Adelaide, Mary HILL wife of John Hill trainer Rhine St, Glenelg, Adrienne McDonald spinster Glenelg. Not certain whether Janet FIELD wife of Joseph Field butcher Pt Elliot belonged to this family, as Janet Field, a daughter of J McDonald, had died before 1898. The McDonald family owned the St Leonard's Inn Memorial 14/437

MCDONALD, Isabella Watson widow of the late John McDonald publican St Leonards Inn, died 29/4/1902, of intestinal obstruction and peritonitis, aged 79 Application 27210

MCDONALD, John licensed victualler St Leonards now deceased. Father of Flora HASSELL married woman Corryton and Harriet McDonald spinster St Leonards near Glenelg 1920 Memorial 105/480

No 3 - perhaps the same person

MCDONALD, John farmer Allen Creek 1851 Memorial 407/30

MCDONALD, John farmer Kapunda and Jane McDonald his wife 1857 Memorial 326/131

No 4

MCDONALD, John gentleman Nairne 1855 Memorial 100/93

No 5

MCDONALD, John shoemaker Mt Gambier 1857[-1865] Memorial 67/121

MCDONALD, John [formerly shoemaker but now] innkeeper Mt Gambier 1864[-1865] Memorial 163/199

MCDONALD, John innkeeper Mt Gambier 1864 Application 27949

MCDONALD, John formerly innkeeper but now out of business Mt Gambier 1871 Memorial 91/252

MCDONALD, John formerly innkeeper Mt Gambier but now in Scotland 1873 Memorial 83/266

MCDONALD, John hotelkeeper formerly of Mt Gambier, but now of 4 Lorne St, Paisley Road, Glasgow, Co Lanark, Scotland, power of attorney to John WATSON Editor of the Border Watch, to manage his SA business affairs in the place of WA McGREGOR, who had died. 17/1/1878 Deposit 130/1881

MCDONALD, John gentleman Mt Gambier, died 18/9/1887. Father of Colin Coll McDonald and Angus John McDonald. AJ McDonald to inherit his share of the estate 'whenever he shall obtain his diplomas or shall reach the age of 32 years' Memorial 240/389

MCDONALD, John formerly licensed victualler but then out of business Mt Gambier, died 18/9/1887. He left his estate in a complicated fashion to his four children - Kate McDonald, Colin Coll McDonald, Angus John McDonald and Flora sarah McDonald. Estate worth £3,501. Colin Coll McDonald medical practitioner Mt Gambier, died 28/2/1917. 'I bequeath my Studebaker motor car, my two dairy cows and all drugs and medicines in my dispensary to my wife absolutely.' His wife also to have a life interest in the house and surgery and also the household furniture. The rest of the £8,500 estate to be sold to pay the expenses of the estate, with the residue going to his sister, Flora Sarah MCGREGOR wife of William McAlpine McGregor agent Millicent (by 1932, the McGregors had moved to Mt Gambier 1928 then to Glenburn Vic, where Flora McGregor was a widow; her sister-in-law Jessie McDonald lived as a widow at Hyde Park). Angus John McDonald medical practitioner Mt Gambier, died c1918, aged 32. He had only one child - Katherine Marion McDonald, who with her mother lived in Melbourne Vic by 1931 Application 27674

No 6

MCDONALD, John wheelwright Clare Co Stanley 1859 Memorial 162/154

No 7

MCDONALD, John farmer Tungkillo linked with Thomas Charles McDonald farmer Tungkillo 1867 Memorial 219/218

No 8 FIND CHECK RUN

MCDONALD, John teamster Moonta. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1867 Grant Book 14 Page 62 County Daly

MCDONALD, John farmer Kulpara. Hundred of Kulpara land grant 1882[-1885] Grant Book 14 Page 326 County Daly

No 9

MCDONALD, John farmer Penola 1869 Memorial 114/238

MCDONALD, John farmer Penola 1903 Application 24616

MCDONALD, John farmer Penola, died 17/1/1912. He left his entire estate to his widow, Janet McDonald, and if their daughter, Janet Skirving McDonald was still single after her mother died, the house and its contents in Queen St, Penola, to go to her; otherwise, Janet McDonald have full control over the estate. Estate worth £900. His widow, Janet McDonald, died 7/8/1912. She left the house, contents and land, as well as life insurance, to her daughter Janet Skirving McDonald, as her late husband had wished. Another Penola allotment to her granddaughter, Euphemia Ruth McDonald of Queen St, Penola, daughter of Robert McDonald. Another allotment to be sold to pay for a tombstone over the grave. £20 to her son, William McDonald blacksmith Sandford Vic, £25 to John Stewart McDonald saddler Kalangadoo, £50 to her daughter Isabella PATTERSON married woman Sutledge Vic; £5 to her granddaughter Jean Stewart McDonald, daughter of her son Thomas McDonald labourer Millicent Rd, Penola Application 26278

No 10

MCDONALD, John police constable Pt Adelaide 1869 Memorial 38/243

No 11

MCDONALD, John farm labourer Freeling Co Light. Booyoolie (later part of Gladstone Hundred of Booyoolie) township allotment land grant 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 312 County Victoria

No 12

MCDONALD, John farmer Davies (later Hanson) Hundred of Hanson land grant 1880 Grant Book 56 Page 264 County Stanley

No 13

MCDONALD, John contractor Pt Adelaide 1882 Application 19342

No 14

MCDONALD, John hotelkeeper Theatre Royal Hotel, Hindley St, Adelaide, about to depart for parts beyond the sea, power of attorney to David TWEEDIE agent Adelaide, to manage his SA real estate which he holds in partnership with Alfred SIMMS brewer Adelaide; also mortgage properties in SA and Qld. Bank account with the Bank of Australasia. 18/6/1883 Deposit 203/1883

MCDONALD, John formerly licensed victualler Adelaide (Hindley St) but now farmer Jamestown 1894 Memorial 38/420

No 15

MCDONALD, John farmer Hundred of Way 1884 Memorial 113/362

MCDONALD, John and William of Conical Hill Hundred of Way Co Musgrave 1888 Memorial 243/393

MCDONALD, John farmer Hundred of Way 1891 Memorial 198/410

No 16

MCDONALD, John the Younger farmer Mundoora. Hundred of Mundoora land grant 1886 Grant Book 14 Page 267 County Daly

No 17

MCDONALD, John out of business Rose Park 1888 Memorial 28/391

MCDONALD, John gentleman Rose Park 1888 Application 21398

No 18

MCDONALD, John signalman Alberton 1898 Memorial 141/436

MCDONALD, John signalman Alberton Alberton Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee 1900 Application 24042

No 19

MCDONALD, John labourer Pt Broughton. Hundred of Mundoora land grant 1909 Grant Book 14 Page 274 County Daly

MCDONALD, John Joseph station overseer Penola Co Gray 1882 Memorial 79/339

No 1

MCDONALD, John Robert shipwright Pt Adelaide 1856 Memorial 453/96

MCDONALD, John Robert commonly known as John McDonald shipwright Pt Adelaide 1860 Application 1065

MCDONALD, John Robert boatbuilder Pt Adelaide 1867 Memorial 167/227

MCDONALD, John Robert overseer of works Town of Pt Adelaide 1868 Memorial 137/229

MCDONALD, John Robert contractor Pt Adelaide 1875[-1878] Application 14149, Application 16927

MCDONALD, John Robert contractor Pt Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of Pirie land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 287 County Victoria

MCDONALD, John Robert boat builder and contractor Pt Adelaide 1886 Application 20878

MCDONALD, John Robert shipwright Pt Adelaide 1881 Application 18799

MCDONALD, John Robert formerly contractor Pt Pirie but now shipwright Pt Adelaide 1895 Application 23017

MCDONALD, John Robert shipwright Pt Adelaide 1898 Application 23645

MCDONALD, John Robert house and landowner Pt Adelaide, died 30/6/1909. Father of John Robert McDonald boilermaker's assistant Pt Adelaide, Frederick James Lipscombe McDonald, John William McDonald and Frederick James McDonald Memorial 123/510

MCDONALD, John Robert the Elder shipwright and overseer of works Pt Adelaide, died 30/6/1909. Husband of Prudence Sophia McDonald who died 22/12/1911 of 3 weeks' diarrhoea and exhaustion aged 82 (Born in Nuilsea, Somerset England. In SA 63 years. Married aged 19: 5 sons and 2 daughters living; 4 sons and 1 daughter deceased. The McDonalds had 4 sons - Robert McDonald labourer Pt Augusta who died 16/12/1922 of natural causes aged 69 (bachelor), Hope McDonald labourer Queen St, Unley who died 28/7/1931, of senile decay aged 70 (a bachelor), Lycurgus McDonald retired gentleman 40 Westley St Pt Pirie West died 9/3/1941, and John Robert McDonald the Younger boiler maker's assistant Pt Adelaide 1943. Charles John McDonald wharf labourer Pt Pirie West 1943 surviving trustee of JR McDonald's estate somehow also a member of this family (Where does he fit??-perhaps a son??) Application 28343

No 2 - perhaps the same person

MCDONALD, John Robert contractor Pt Pirie 1876[-1879] Memorial 193/294

MCDONALD, John R of Mt Brown 1881 Memorial 156/329

No 1

MCDONALD, John Skirving saddler Penola and Eliza Frances McDonald his wife 1903 Memorial 242/449

MCDONALD, John Skirving saddler Penola and Eliza Frances McDonald his wife 1909 Application 25667

MCDONALD, John William Government packer Queenstown linked with MCDONALD, Frederick James Lipscombe storeman Queenstown 1914 Application 26308

MCDONALD, Katherine Johnston widow North Tce, Kent Town 1909, declared that she had lived at that address for 43 years, at first with her husband who had since died Application 25570

MCDONALD, Keith farmer Narracoorte and Binnum 1894 Memorial 39/423

MCDONALD, Lycurgus retired gentleman 40 Westley St, Pt Pirie West, died 9/3/1941 Memorial 164/515

No 1

MCDONALD, Malcolm farmer Meadows Special Survey 1856 Memorial 26/129

No 2

MCDONALD, Malcolm carrier Stone Hut 1866 Memorial 188/214

No 3

MCDONALD, Malcolm farmer Millicent 1887 Application 21222

No 4

MCDONALD, Malcolm labourer Naracoorte Hundred of Hynam land grant 1899 Grant Book 29 Page 169 County MacDonnell

MCDONALD, Malcolm Stirling and Robert McDonald graziers Millicent 1903 Memorial 211/449

MCDONALD, Margaret widow Belalie. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1880 Grant Book 60 Page 424 County Victoria

MCDONALD, Martha Ann farmer Hundred of Wirreanda 1897 Memorial 196/431

MCDONALD, Mildred widow Walkerville 1885 Memorial 139/368

MCDONALD, Murdoch farmer Para Wurlie 1887 Memorial 213/388

MCDONALD, Neil of Gillap Station near Millicent 1890 Memorial 119/416

MCDONALD, Norman farmer Section 214 Hundred of Tungkillo, died 1864. He left his entire estate in trust to his wife, Ann McDonald, for life, then in equal shares to his children Angus, John, James and Ann McDonald. 1/- to his son, Thomas McDonald, 'for the reason that he had received his share and more during the testator's life' Memorial 343/196

No 1

MCDONALD, Patrick labourer Norwood 1854 Memorial 240/79

No 2

MCDONALD, Patrick carrier Adelaide 1855 Memorial 361/79

No 3

MCDONALD, Patrick plasterer North Adelaide 1858 Memorial 144/151

MCDONALD (erroneously called MACDONNELL), Patrick formerly plasterer North Adelaide 1858 but now mason Prospect 1876 Application 15416

MCDONALD, Patrick plasterer Prospect 1894 Memorial 119/360

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

MCDONALD, Peter husbandman Hindmarsh 1839 Application 15879

MCDONALD, Peter dairyman formerly of Alberton 1848 Memorial 403/12

MCDONALD, Peter dairyman Alberton 1854 Memorial 104/72

No 2

MCDONALD, Peter farmer Little Para 1847[-1851]. [Golden Grove schoolhouse trustee 1849] Memorials 351/9, 261/15

MCDONALD, Peter [formerly farmer Little Para but now] stockholder Lake Hawdon near Guichen Bay 1852 Memorial 386/45

MCDONALD, Peter publican Wellington Inn Lot 674 Wellington 1852[-1854] Enrolment 52/23

MCDONALD, Peter publican Wellington early 1854 Memorial 117/79 Stockholder Wellington on the Murray late 1854[-1863] Memorial 115/79

MCDONALD, Peter stockholder Wellington on the Murray Co Russell. Hundred of Yatala land grant 1854 Grant Book 1 Page 70 County Adelaide

MCDONALD, Peter formerly farmer Little Para 1851 but now stockholder Wellington 1865 Application 5962

MCDONALD, Peter gentleman formerly of Adelaide, but now in Central Park near San Francisco, California USA, power of attorney to David LITHGOW of Adelaide, to manage his SA business interests 1/6/1871 Deposit 44/1877

MCDONALD, Peter gentleman formerly of the Coorong but now of Central Park, San Francisco, California USA 1876 Memorial 196/295

No 3

MCDONALD, Peter farmer Gumeracha 1854 Memorial 346/89

No 4

MCDONALD, Peter JP blacksmith Wild Horse Plains 1883 Memorial 80/354

MCDONALD, Raymond Richard and MCDONALD, Malcolm Samuel company directors Patapinda Rd, Noarlunga 1952 Application 28883

No 1

MCDONALD, Richard carter East Nairne 1885 Application 20525

MCDONALD, Richard of Dawesley and Janet McDonald his wife 1890 Memorial 171/404

No 1 FIND CHECK RUN

MCDONALD, Robert sheep farmer Glen Roy near Penola Co Grey 1886 Memorial 157/374

MCDONALD, Robert farmer Hundred of Cameron Co Daly 1886[-1890] Memorial 153/374

No 2 - perhaps the same person

MCDONALD, Robert overseer near Millicent. Rendelsham (Hundred of Rivoli Bay) township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 31 Page 320 County Grey

MCDONALD, Robert farmer Hatherleigh [probably near Millicent] 1891 Memorial 42/470

MCDONALD, Robert farmer near Hatherleigh Hatherleigh (Hundred of Mt Muirhead) township allotment land grant 1888 Grant Book 31 Page 329 County Grey

No 3

MCDONALD, Robert labourer Edwardstown. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1907 Grant Book 2 Page 16 County Adelaide

MCDONALD, Robert John chaff merchant Georgetown 1926 Application 27441

MCDONALD, Robert Sweet stockholder Monarto 1896 Memorial 124/429

No 1

MCDONALD, Ronald Esquire Glenroy near Penola 1878[-1881] Memorial 193/310

No 2

MCDONALD, Ronald farmer Rochester Hundred of Redhill land grant 1878 Grant Book 14 Page 370 County Daly

No 3

MCDONALD, Ronald farmer Yanyarrie 1886 Memorial 105/377

No 4

MCDONALD, Ronald farmer Mt Gambier 1891 Memorial 238/409

No 1

MCDONALD, Ronald Ewen storekeeper Farina Out of Hundreds. Trustee Cemetery Farina Farina (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1887 Grant Book 65 Page 88 County Not named

MCDONALD, Ronald Ewan storekeeper Farina 1889 Memorial 20/400

No 1

MCDONALD, Thomas gentleman Adelaide 1869 Memorial 244/241

No 2

MCDONALD, Thomas farmer Monbulla near Penola father of Agnes McDonald spinster Monbulla 1883 Memorial 100/353

MCDONALD, Thomas farmer Monbulla near Penola 1898. Father of Agnes McDonald Application 23514

No 3 - possibly the same person

MCDONALD, Thomas farmer Willochra 1885 Memorial 205/367

MCDONALD, Thomas farmer Kanyaka 1885 Memorial 176/369

No 4 - possibly the same person

MCDONALD, Thomas groom Nangwarry 1906 Memorial 81/456

MCDONALD, Thomas groom Penola, died 15/1/1907. Husband of Jane McDonald. Childred mentioned but not named Memorial 154/474

No 1

MCDONALD, William labourer Robe 1858[-1859] Memorial 347/135

MCDONALD, William storeman Robe 1862 Application 3629

MCDONALD, William labourer Robe 1862 Application 3252

No 2
MCDONALD, William schoolmaster Penola 1860 [apparently then became a hawker] Memorial 95/163

MCDONALD, William formerly hawker but then out of business Penola, died c1867. His wife, Janet McDonald and sons Thomas and John McDonald mentioned Memorial 160/222

MCDONALD, William hawker Penola, died 9/5/1867. He left his real estate in trust to his wife, Janet McDonald, for life, then to his two sons, Thomas and John McDonald farmers Penola, upon trust for sale and then the proceeds divided between them equally absolutely in remainder expectant. William McDonald had arrived in Penola c1857 and fenced in his four township allotments of land immediately. Janet McDonald widow Penola, died 10/6/1881, of bronchitis and debility, aged 73 Application 19082

MCDONALD, William hawker Penola, died 9/5/1867. His personal estate to go to his wife, Janet McDonald absolutely. The rest of the estate to be sold to form a trust fund to provide an income for his wife for life. After her death, the trust fund to be divided equally absolutely in remainder expectant amongst the children. The estate worth £550. Janet McDonald died 10/6/1881. Their son, Thomas McDonald of Penola, died 15/1/1907. He left his estate to his wife, Jane McDonald in trust for life, then to their children in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant. By 1916, Jane McDonald had moved to Bairnsdale Vic Application 26485

No 3

MCDONALD, William farmer Gawler Hundred of Redhill land grant 1874 Grant Book 14 Page 358 County Daly

No 4

MCDONALD, William of Curramulka 1883 Memorial 230/347

MCDONALD, William farmer Curramulka trustee Institute Curramulka township allotment land grant 1883 Grant Book 19 Page 370 County Fergusson

MCDONALD, William of Curramulka trustee cemetery Curramulka Hundred of Curramulka land grant 1886 Grant Book 19 Page 439 County Fergusson

MCDONALD, William farmer Curramulka Hundred of Muloowurtie land grant 1898 Grant Book 19 Page 410 County Fergusson

No 5

MCDONALD, William baker Pt Victor 1883 Memorial 46/353

No 6

MCDONALD, William farmer Cavenagh trustee unnamed Chapel Hundred of Cavenagh land grant 1885 Grant Book 34 Page 22 County Herbert

No 7

MCDONALD, William labourer Monbulla Hundred of Monbulla land grant 1901 Grant Book 31 Page 67 County Grey

No 8

MCDONALD, William mail contractor Kooringa 1913 Memorial 198/468

No 1

MCDONALD, William Arthur importer (of the firm of CROOKS & BROOKER) Pt Adelaide Co Adelaide. Tarcoola (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1901 Grant Book 65 Page 304 County Not named

MCDONALD, William Arthur and Charles Albert SCALES general merchants and ironmongers Adelaide and Pt Adelaide in partnership with James Edelsten McDonald and George McArthur Scales merchants 4 Chapel St, Cripplegate, London, Middlesex, England trading under the style or firm of CROOKS & BROOKER 1902 Memorial 178/446

MCDONALD, William Henry farmer Broughton. Broughton (later Redhill Hundred of Redhill) township allotment land grant 1874 Grant Book 14 Page 496 County Daly

No 1

MCDONALD, WIlliam John farmer Barossa Special Survey 1849 Memorial 10b/23

No 2

MCDONALD, WIlliam John farmer Hundred of Upper Wakefield 1861 Memorial 152/171

MCDONALD, WJ baker Auburn 1872 Memorial 86/263

MCDONALD, William John wheat buyer Auburn 1872 Memorial 71/258

MCDONALD, WJ corn factor Auburn 1874 Memorial 236/271

MCDONALD, WJ corn dealer Auburn 1876 Memorial 150/294

MCDONALD, WJ storekeeper Auburn 1879 Memorial 123/315

No 3

MCDONALD, William John baker Aberdeen 1882 Memorial 213/382

No 1

MCDONALD, William Norman sheepfarmer Hundred of Way 1901 Memorial 82/443

MCDONALD, William Norman sheepfarmer Glenross Station Hundred of Way 1907[-1908] Memorial 230/457, Application 25545

No 1

MCDONNELL, Christopher blacksmith Adelaide 1853 Hundred of Noarlunga land purchase Memorial 38/55

MCDONNELL, Christopher blacksmith North Adelaide 1854 Memorial 202/72

MCDONNELL, Christopher wheelwright North Adelaide (Union St) 1855 Memorial 380/84

MCDONNELL, Christopher wheelwright North Adelaide and Elizabeth McDonnell his wife 1864 Memorials 90 & 91/247

No 1

MCDONNELL, Daniel farmer Morphett Vale 1853 Hundred of Barossa land grant Memorial 122/58

MCDONNELL, Daniel farmer Section 726 Hundred of Barossa 1857 Memorial 107/127

MCDONNELL, Daniel farmer Morphett Vale 1862. He could not write Application 3266

MCDONNELL, J labourer Alberton 1877 Application 16005

No 1

MCDONNELL, John railway guard Bowden-on-the-Hill and Margaret McDonnell his wife 1905 Application 25045

MCDONNELL, Margaret widow of John McDonnell railway guard Bowden-on-the-Hill now deceased 1911 Application 26000

No 1

MCDONNELL, Michael labourer Penola 1898 Application 23514

MCDONNELL, Michael contractor Penola 1904 Application 24762

MCDONNELL, Michael farmer Penola, died 12/3/1930. Father of Gordon Roy McDonnell farmer Penola and Flora McDonnell spinster Penola Memorial 79/533

MCDONNELL, Michael farmer Penola, died 12/3/1930 and his wife, Annie McDonnell died 6/9/1936. Parents of Gordon Roy and Flora McDonnell, of Penola, brother and sister to Donald McDonnell school teacher Penola. He died 10/1/1920 intestate and a bachelor. Donald MCLEOD gentleman and labourer Penola, who died 20/8/1908, was an uncle to Mrs Annie McDonnell Application 29413

MCDONNELL, Patrick of Mt Gambier 1855[-1859] Memorial 7/92

MCDONNELL, Thomas Martin storeman Pt Lincoln 1949 Application 28653

No 1

MCDONOGH, James labourer Sheaoak Log 1873 Memorial 51/271

MCDONOGH, James labourer Sheaoak Log, died 12/8/1905. Father of Patrick McDonogh farm labourer Sheaoak Log. Estate worth £20 Memorial 165/454

MCDONOGH, Joseph linked with Section 52 Hundred of Moockra Co Newcastle 1886 Memorial 177/374

MCDONOUGH, M of Lucindale 1896 Memorial 65/429

MCDONOUGH, MA land agent Willunga 1951 Memorial 133/526

MCDONOUGH, Stephen mason Arthurton 1909 Grant Book 14 Page 281 County Daly

MCDONOUGH, Thomas labourer Portland Estate 1894 Application 22642

No 1

MCDOUGAL, James shepherd Thebarton 1839 Application 24581

MCDOUGAL, James labourer Adelaide purchased Lot 176 in Bristol St, Thebarton 1840 Application 13960

MCDOUGAL, James labourer Thebarton 1845 Memorial 499/4

No 2

MCDOUGALL, James sheepfarmer Burra Burra bought the Nonmus Inn and Section 1079 Co Light from Henry JONES miner Nonmus Inn Co Light for £558. He sold the property to John REED miner Burra Burra for £558 1853 Memorials 467/51 & 204/60

MCDOUGAL, John farmer Watervale 1855 Memorial 335/86

MCDOUGALL, John farmer Watervale 1869 Application 10150

No 1

MCDOUGAL/MCDOUGALL, Peter blacksmith Penwortham 1848[-1851] Memorial 331/10

MCDOUGAL, Peter blacksmith [formerly of Penwortham but now of] Watervale 1851[-1853] Memorial 132/40

No 1

MCDOUGALL, Alexander storeman Penola Pt MacDonnell township allotment land grant 1860 Grant Book 29 Page 106 County Grey

No 2

MCDOUGALL, Alexander blacksmith Magill 1891 Magill Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee Application 22095

No 3

MCDOUGALL, Alexander law clerk Pt Adelaide 1906[-1919] Memorial 166/455

MCDOUGALL, A clerk to George W DEMPSTER solicitor Pt Adelaide 1918 Memorial 3/477

MCDOUGALL, A licensed land broker Pt Adelaide 1928 Memorial 30/500

No 1

MCDOUGALL, Archibald Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now of Longbottom near the Para River 1845[-1846] [Uncertain whether this is A Macdougall printer Adelaide or A McDougall farmer] Memorial 196/296

MCDOUGALL, Archibald farmer Coghill Creek, died no date intestate. His wife, Margaret McDougall, died no date intestate. Letters of administration to their daughters, Marion FRADD wife of John Fradd licensed victualler Sod Hut and Susan POOLE wife of John Poole farmer near Saddleworth 1879 Memorial 63/316

MCDOUGALL, Archibald farmer Butcher's Gap, died 28/10/1863, of the effects of a severe burn upon the head, aged 62. Husband of Margaret MCDOUGALL. She sold land belonging to her husband to John POOLE farmer Saddleworth Application 11969

MCDOUGALL, Margaret widow probably Saddleworth relict of the late Archibald McDougall formerly of Coghill Creek but now deceased, died c1877. She left her entire estate in equal shares absolutely to her two daughters - Susan POOLE wife of John Poole farmer near Saddleworth and Marion FRADD wife of John Fradd publican Sod Hut. Estate worth £400. Mrs McDougall also owned Section 7049 Hundred of Talunga Memorial 89/304

MCDOUGALL, Donald labourer Stepney 1856[-1874] Memorial 307/105, Application 13967

No 1

MCDOUGALL, Dougald and James stationers Adelaide 1882 Memorial 118/344

MCDOUGALL, Dougald and James cab proprietors Stepney 1906. Linked with Donald McDougall labourer Stepney Application 25172

No 2

MCDOUGALL, Dougald farmer Baroota 1898 Memorial 200/434

MCDOUGALL, Dougald farmer Baroota, had died by 1902. Executors – Priestley HILLAM farmer Baroota and Mary Jane McDougall widow Baroota Grant Book 24 Page 702 County Frome

No 1

MCDOUGALL, Elizabeth widow Leasingham purchased land grants in the Hundred of Coomooroo 1881 Book 13 Page 257 County Dalhousie

MCDOUGALL, Elizabeth widow Morchard 1884 Book 13 Page 263 County Dalhousie

MCDOUGALL, Elizabeth Jane spinster Baroota 1888 Memorial 230/392

MCDOUGALL, James Bartlett farmer Morchard 1904 Book 13 Page 267 County Dalhousie

MCDOUGALL, Jean widow Tothill Creek 1864 Memorial 93/195

No 1 - possibly the same person

MCDOUGALL, John storekeeper Clare Co Stanley. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1874 Grant Book 60 Page 113 County Victoria

MCDOUGALL, John storekeeper Clare Co Stanley. Yatina (Hundred of Black Rock Plain) township allotment land grant 1874[-1881] Grant Book 13 Page 4 County Dalhousie

MCDOUGALL, John farmer Morchard. Morchard (Hundred of Coomooroo) township allotment land grant 1878[-1912] Grant Book 13 Page 249 County Dalhousie

MCDOUGALL, John of Morchard. Robert McDougall mentioned but not described 1886 Memorial 226/373

MCDOUGALL, John farmer Morchard trustee Morchard Institute 1891 Grant Book 13 Page 250 County Dalhousie

No 2

MCDOUGALL, John farmer Narracoorte 1880 Memorial 214/326

MCDOUGALL, John of Naracoorte Hundred of Joyce land grant 1882 Grant Book 51 Page 8 County Robe

No 1 - perhaps the same person

MCDOUGALL, John Alexander farmer Hundred of Schomburgk 1885 Memorial 247/372

MCDOUGALL, John A of Tothill Creek 1887 Memorial 133/384

MCDOUGALL, JA of Pine Valley Station [near Kooringa?] 1887 Memorial 59/386

MCDOUGALL, JG law clerk Moonta 1891 Memorial 185/409

MCDOUGALL, Lachlan farmer Naracoorte Hundred of Naracoorte land grant 1874 Grant Book 50 Page 104 County Robe

No 1 – Lachlan Archibald McDougall

MCDOUGALL, Lachlan farmer Gladstone Co Victoria. Yongala (Hundred of Yongala) township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 13 Page 152 County Dalhousie

MCDOUGALL, Lachlan Archibald farmer Baroota trustee unnamed Chapel and School Hundred of Baroota land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 696 County Frome

MCDOUGALL, Lachlan Archibald farmer Baroota and Annie McDougall his wife 1885 Memorial 146/370

MCDOUGALL, Lachlan Archibald farmer Baroota, had died by Hundred of Baroota land grant 1909. Executors – William James McDougall farmer Baroota and George PHILLIS farmer Mambray Creek Grant Book 24 Page 704 County Frome

MCDOUGALL, Richard MD of Gladstone 1889 Memorial 78/400

MCDOWALL, John of Adelaide local manager of the Royal Insurance Co 1892 Memorial 38/414

MCDOWELL, Alexander labourer Pt Augusta Hundred of Davenport land grant 1897 Grant Book 24 Page 670 County Frome

No 1

MCDOWELL, James labourer Alberton 1873 Memorial 176/272

MCDOWELL, James carter Alberton 1876 Application 15064

MCDOWELL, James labourer Alberton 1880 Application 18251

MCDOWELL, Louis hawker Walkerville 1888 Application 21319

No 1

MCDOWELL, William labourer Pt Augusta Hundred of Davenport land grant 1879 Grant Book 24 Page 652 County Frome

MCDOWELL, William storekeeper Davenport 1894 Memorial 146/421

MCDOWELL, William storekeeper Davenport Hundred of Davenport land grant 1901 Grant Book 24 Page 671 County Frome

MCEACHEN, Francis Alexander farmer Noarlunga 1872 Memorial 78/258

MCEACHEN, James farmer Noarlunga Hundred of Minlacowie land grant 1881 Grant Book 19 Page 255 County Fergusson

No 1

MCEACHERN, Anne widow Blackwood linked with Susan Viola McEachern spinster Blackwood 1930 Memorial 106/503

MCEACHERN, Anne widow formerly of Cape Jervis but now of Blackwood 1936 Memorial 13/510

MCEACHERN, Donald stonemason Mt Gambier 1859 Memorial 21/157

No 1

MCEACHERN, Neil St Andrews gentleman Brooklyn Park and Anne McEachern his wife nee RAINSFORD daughter of the late Frederick Rainsford who died 2/5/1894. Mary Jane CHAMBERS widow Cobham near Morphettville was another daughter Memorial 39/422

MCEACHERN, Neil St Andrews gentleman formerly of Brooklyn Park but now of Henley Beach Road and Anne McEachern his wife 1901[-1906] Memorial 40/444

No 1

MCEDWARDS, Alexander sheepfarmer Naracoorte Hundred of Penola land grant 1866 Grant Book 31 Page 105 County Grey

MCEDWARDS, Alexander sheepfarmer Naracoorte Penola North (later Penola Hundred of Penola) township allotment land grant 1868 Grant Book 31 Page 140 County Grey

MCEDWARDS, Alexander overseer Naracoorte Hundred of Jessie land grant 1873 Grant Book 50 Page 275 County Robe

MCEEVOR, Patrick James gentleman Croydon 1869 Memorial 98/237

MCEGAN, Lawrence farmer Carribie 1888 Memorial 209/391

MCEGAN, Michael labourer Tarpeena Hundred of Mingbool land grant 1901 Grant Book 31 Page 124 County Grey

MCELLIGOTT, John labourer Mitcham 1871 Memorial 162/254

No 1

MCELLISTER, Edward storekeeper Adelaide (Rundle St) 1848 Memorial 229/12

MCELLISTER, Edward gentleman Prospect Cottage near Adelaide 1850 Memorial 112/28

MCELLISTER, Mary widow Prospect linked with Robert Crosbie McEllister gentleman Adelaide 1868 Memorial 245/228

MCELLISTER, Mary widow linked with Robert C McEllister gentleman both of Highgate Prospect 1882 Memorial 128/346

MCELLISTER, Mary widow Prospect, power of attorney to Thomas Edward McEllister land agent Adelaide, to sell her SA real estate and manage her SA business affairs 28/1/1882 Deposit 28/1882

MCELLISTER, Mary widow Ovingham 1889 Memorial 179/400

MCELLISTER, Edward gentleman Prospect Lodge near Adelaide (8 acres of pt Section 373 Survey B), died 12/5/1866. He left his wife, Mary McEllister, an annuity of £150 for life, or until her remarriage, with part of the income to come from his home, which he left to his daughter, Susan GLEESON nee McEllister, for life, and afterwards to her children equally absolutley in remainder expectant as tenants in common. Mrs McEllister surrendered the annunity in return for £500, on 8/2/1878. Susan Gleeson died 20/5/1887 before her mother died, and so Prospect Lodge went to her seven surviving children out of 10 children. Three children, supported by the Public Trustee, wanted to sell the property, but four children did not want to sell. The Supreme Court decided that the property should be sold, 'as the house is at present unoccupied and is very much out of repair and is infested with white ants, and further is there does not appear to be any immediate prospect of house property rising in value Judgement 1/8/1893. Messrs Bullock & Co offered the house for sale in late 1893-early 1894, but bids did not reach the reserve price of £1,300. A further sale held 28/3/1894, with the new reserve price of £1,000 (the highest bid reached in the original sale). However, everyone had to be content with W POULTON's offer to buy the house on terms for £1,000, with installments completed by 1/7/1894. Application 22736

MCELLISTER, John Crown Land ranger Melrose 1862 Memorial 91/182

MCELLISTER, Robert Cottrell gentleman Adelaide 1867 Memorial 52/224

No 1

MCELLISTER, Robert Crosbie and Thomas Sheridan McEllister gentlemen Prospect and Susan GLEESON wife of HC Gleeson brewer Sydney NSW, the only surviving children of the late Edward McEllister, who died 12/5/1866 Memorial 20/307

MCELLISTER, Robert Crosbie gentleman Fitzroy, died 13/1/1891 intestate a bachelor without a father. Son of Mary McEllister widow Fitzroy. Uncle to Edward William GLEESON bank manager Tununda, son of the deceased's sister, Susan Mary Gleeson, who died 22/5/1887. Estate worth £300 Memorial 9/407

No 1

MCELLISTER, Thomas Edward land agent Adelaide 1866[-1887] Memorial 74/217

MCELLISTER, Thomas E land agent Highgate Prospect 1885 Memorial 17/372

MCELROY, Anthony farmer Penola Co Grey. Hundred of Tatiara land grant 1875 Grant Book 7 Page 5 County Buckingham

MCELROY, Robert Bruce storekeeper Tarpeena, aged 49 in 1962, a son of Margaret McElroy widow Field Ave, Naracoorte. He had been born in Penola and lived there for 6 years before going to Naracoorte. Mrs Margaret McElroy was the daughter of Archibald BUCHANAN (he died May 1933) and his wife, Margaret Buchanan (she died 8/9/1948). The Buchanans had another daughter, Mary Ann SEMSEN, who died 8/9/1948 Application 29483

No 1

MCELROY, Stephen shepherd Penola 1855[-1869] Memorial 118/238, Application 1306

MCELROY, Stephen gardener Penola 1870 Memorial 206/251

MCELROY, Stephen of Penola, died 16/12/1870. His widow, Margaret McElroy, died 17/12/1884, of natural causes through old age, aged 86. Their son, Anthony McElroy, inherited their house and orchard. He died 1912, leaving his estate to his widow, Helen McElroy Application 26206

MCELROY, Stephen gardener Penola, died c1870. House, garden, orchard and allotments in Penola to his wife, Margaret, for life; then the house, garden and orchard to his son, Anthony McELROY, and the allotments to his daughter, Mary ROWLEY Deposit 40/1871

MCELROY, Helen married woman Penola 1898 Memorial 71/468

MCELROY, Helen widow Penola 1913 Memorial 88/468

MCENHILL, James stone cutter Adelaide 1864 Application 5374

MCENTEE, Edward crown land ranger Kadina 1865 Memorial 345/206

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

MCENTEE, James the Elder, died 28/9/1888. Father of James McEntee the Younger engine driver Glenelg and Theodore McEntee mason Pt Pirie 1912 Memorial 150/466

MCENTEE, James engine driver Glenelg linked with Theodore McEntee mason Pt Pirie 1914 Memorial 77/471

MCENTEE, James the Younger gentleman Glenelg 1926, declared he was the son of James MCENTEE the Elder of Solomontown, who died 1888. The McEntees used to yard stock on certain allotments in Solomontown. In 1888, James McEntee the Younger lived at Petersburg, working as a fireman. His brother, Theodore McEntee, a mason, lived at Pt Pirie in 1912 Application 27441

MCENTEE, Thomas farmer Willamulka. Hundred of Ninnes land grant 1892 Grant Book 14 Page 295 County Daly

No 1

MCENTIRE, Edward gentleman Norwood 1861 Memorial 340/176

MCINTYRE, Edward crown lands ranger Kadina trustee Public Cemetery Kadina 1867 Grant Book 14 Page 73 County Daly

MCENTIRE, Edward crown lands ranger Kadina. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1871 Grant Book 14 Page 68 County Daly

MCENTIRE, Edward formerly storekeeper Norwood but now lands ranger Kadina 1875 Memorial 143/285

MCENTIRE, Edward farmer Kadina 1885 Memorial 45/372

MCENTIRE, Edward and Isabella McEntire his wife 1892 Memorial 73/414

MCENTIRE, William Thomas draper Kadina. Hundred of Ninnes land grant 1892 Grant Book 14 Page 295 County Daly

No 1 - perhaps the same person

MCEVILY, James butcher Adelaide 1856 Memorial 5/100

MCEVILY, James licensed victualler Penrice 1856 Memorial 108/110

MCEVOY, Annie farmer Virginia 1916 Memorial 98/474

No 1

MCEVOY, Denis farmer Dry Creek 1848[-1853] Memorial 287/54

MCEVOY, Dennis farmer Pt Gawler 1854[-1863] Memorial 467/69

MCEVOY, Dennis farmer Pt Gawler, died c1865. Husband of Jane McEvoy Memorial 69/205

MCEVOY, Jane widow Pt Gawler. Probably the relict of Denis McEvoy 1867 Memorial 250/218

No 2

MCEVOY, Dennis and Robert farmers Hundred of Wiltunga 1886 Memorial 27/375

No 1

MCEVOY, Edward James and William Patrick McEvoy graziers Virginia 1924[-1927] Memorial 190/489

MCEVOY, Edward James farmer Virginia 1921[-1951], died 28/12/1951. Brother to William Patrick McEvoy farmer Virginia Memorial 74/527

MCEVOY, Francis and Joseph farmers Pinda 1886 Memorial 118/381

No 1

MCEVOY, James police constable Adelaide 1860 Memorial 255/175

No 2 - perhaps James Joseph McEvoy

MCEVOY, James farmer near Virginia 1871 Application 11484

No 1

MCEVOY, James Joseph farmer Virginia 1878 Memorial 107/309

MCEVOY, James Joseph farmer Virginia 1894 Application 22774

No 1

MCEVOY, Peter farmer Peachey Belt 1864 Memorial 91/196

MCEVOY, Peter farmer Section 136 Hundred of Pt Adelaide 1864 Application 5686

MCEVOY, Robert farmer Broughton. Hundred of Redhill land grant 1877 Grant Book 14 Page 366 County Daly

No 1 - perhaps the same person

MCEVOY, William farmer Kapunda 1862 Memorial 12/303

MCEVOY, William farmer Pt Gawler 1865 Memorial 65/207

MCEVOY, William farmer Grace Plains Hundred of Redhill land grant 1877 Grant Book 14 Page 366 County Daly

MCEVOY, William Andrew prospector Crystal Brook 1887 Application 21196

MCEWAN, Annie servant North Adelaide [probably to John WILLIAMS architect North Adelaide] 1874 Memorial 148/277

No 1

MCEWAN, Hugh master mariner Adelaide 1856 Hundred of Saddleworth land grant Memorial 158/104

MCEWAN, Hugh Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now in parts beyond the seas 1879[-1887] Memorial 247/313

MCEWAN, Hugh formerly master mariner Adelaide late shipowner 7 Barns Tce, Ayr, Co Ayr, Scotland, died 11/8/1893. The executors appointed William ISBISTER of 20 Strangways Tce, North Adelaide, to finalise his SA business affairs, including the sale of assets 16/9/1905 Application 25094

MCEWEN, Andrew merchant formerly of Pt Adelaide but now of Greenock in Scotland 1854 Memorial 149/76

No 1

MCEWEN, John landowner Adelaide 1846 Memorial 391/6

MCEWEN, John farmer Gawler River 1854 Memorial 206/78

MCEWEN, John farmer Glen William [near Gawler] 1855 Memorial 230/100

MCEWEN, John farmer Glen William [near Gawler] 1856 Mudla Wirra District Councillor Memorial 128/106 Ashwell District School trustee 1858 Memorial 57/152

MCEWEN, John farmer formerly of Gawler River but now of Gawler 1858 Memorial 195/147

No 2

MCEWEN, John of Mt Barker 1874 Application 13890

MCEWEN, Peter farmer Lyndoch Valley 1849 Memorial 51/18

No 1

MCEWEN, Robert Andrew merchant Pt Adelaide 1854[-1855] Memorial 448/66

MCEWEN, Robert Andrew merchant formerly of Pt Adelaide but now departed on a voyage to Great Britain 1855 Memorial 33/89

MCEWEN, Robert Andrew formerly of Pt Adelaide, late of Greenock, Scotland, died c1857. He had already returned to Scotland by 1855 Application 18544

MCEWEN, Robert Andrew merchant formerly of Pt Adelaide, late of Greenock, Co Renfrew, Scotland, died 13/11/1856 Greenock. He appointed James ALEXANDER agent Greenock and James BROWNLIE of the Royal Bank, Greenock, as trustees and executors of his will. They appointed Thomas Fergus MCCOULL gentleman Pt Adelaide, as their local attorney to settle the MCEWEN estate in SA. William Hobbs PORTER farmer Reedbeds had lent RA McEwen £400 for land he had bought from him Section 432 the Reedbeds, and claimed against the estate to get the money. Application 2533

MCEWEN, Robert Andrew merchant 26 Nicholson St, Greenock, Co Renfrew, Scotland, died 13/11/1856, of 2 years’ suffering from consumption, aged 41. He was a bachelor, the son of Robert McEWEN ship master deceased and Jean nee COCHRAN. He had formerly lived in SA. Money from investments in SA and Scotland to be paid to his mother during her lifetime. After that, the estate to be converted into cash. £300-£400 bequests to numerous individuals, including Miss King, daughter of the late Captain Hugh KING, now at Troon, Co Ayr, Scotland. Other bequests to the Free Middle Church Trust Fund, the Greeock Infirmary, Female Benevolent Society, Ragged School Greenock. The Trustee, James ALEXANDER formerly Manager of the Royal Bank Greenock, now Manager of the Clyde Pottery Co Ltd, Co Renfrew, Scotland, issued a power of attorney to Thomas Fergus MCCOULL gentleman Pt Adelaide, to sell all RA McEwen’s SA estate and remit the funds to Scotland 15/10/1857 Deposit 72/1858

MCEWEN, Robert Andrew formerly of Pt Adelaide but then of Greenock, Co Renfrew, Scotland now deceased c1859 Memorial 50/163, Application 24358

MCEWEN, Thomas farmer Manoora Co Light. Hundred of Napperby land grant 1884 Grant Book 60 Page 391 County Victoria

No 1

MCEWEN, William carpenter Yankalilla 1862 Memorial 341/186 Loyal Yankalilla Oddfellow Lodge trustee 1862 Memorial 341/186

MCEWEN, William formerly carpenter 1863 but now builder Normanville 1865 Application 5996

MCEWEN, William undertaker Pt Pirie 1879 Application 18154

No 2

MCEWEN, William clerk Mt Barker probably clerk to Messrs Francis Tuckfield CORNELIUS and James Trego WILLIAMS auctioneers and commission agents Mt Barker 1883 Memorial 223/351

MCEWIN, David Lyell farmer Hundred of Hart linked with John McEwin farmer Napperby 1896 Memorial 82/428

No 1

MCEWIN, George of Highercombe Co Adelaide 1844 Memorial 299/4

MCEWIN, George gentleman Glen Ewin 1845 Memorial 468/4

MCEWIN, George gardener Section 5561 Little Para Special Survey 1845 Memorial 271/5

MCEWIN, George formerly farmer Little Para but now gardener Glen Ewin near Adelaide 1853 Memorial 387/56

MCEWIN, George farmer Glen Ewin 1853 Memorial 48/49

MCEWIN, George jam manufacturer Glen Ewin husband of Jessie McEwin father of Robert McEwin jam manufacturer Glen Ewin and father-in-law of Henry Thomas FRY draper Adelaide (Rundle St) 1881 Memorial 38/383

No 1

MCEWIN, George articled clerk Adelaide 1896 Memorial 23/429

MCEWIN, George law clerk Adelaide 1898 Memorial 115/434

MCEWIN, George law clerk Adelaide 1899 Memorial 122/438

No 1

MCEWIN, James preserve manufacturer Houghton 1920 Memorial 58/481

MCEWIN, James preserve manufacturer Glen Ewin 1930 Memorial 145/503 Manufacturer Glenelg 1930 Memorial 171/503

No 1

MCEWIN, John farmer Section 41 near Gawler 1850 Memorial 347/24

No 2

MCEWIN, John farmer Napperby 1893[-1896] Memorial 230/417

MCEWIN, Lyell farmer Blyth 1891 Memorial 124/409

No 1

MCEWIN, Robert farmer formerly of Melbourne Vic but now of Adelaide 1852 Memorial 328/45

MCEWIN, Robert gardener Glen Ewin 1875 Memorial 2/282

MCEWIN, Robert JP manufacturer Glen Ewin 1885 Memorial 76/371

MCEWIN, Robert manufacturer Houghton. Houghton Congregational Chapel trustee 1914 Memorial 162/470

MCEWIN, Robert manufacturer Houghton 1900 Application 24086

MCEWIN, Robert jam manufacture Glen Ewin 1912 Application 26146

MCEWIN, Elizabeth widow of the late Robert McEwin farmer Golden Grove, died 30/3/1912 Gordon Rd, Nailsworth, of bowel cancer, aged 69. Born in Adelaide. Married aged 26. No family. She was born Elizabeth SMART Application 26146

No 2

MCEWIN, Robert of Summerhill Little Para 1855 Memorial 248/84

MCEWIN, Robert farmer Summerhill Little Para River 1865 Application 5962

MCEWIN, Robert farmer Golden Grove Co Adelaide. Warnertown (Hundred of Napperby) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 60 Page 415 County Victoria

MCEWIN, Robert farmer Summerhill Little Para River 1894 Memorial 179/422

MCEWIN, Robert farmer Summerhill near Golden Grove. Golden Grove Presbyterian Church trustee 1895 Memorial 82/426

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and Younger

MCEWIN, Robert Daniel farmer and gardener Summerhill Golden Grove, died 1900. Executors; Alexander Lyell McEwin farmer Brinkworth and Robert Daniel McEwin farmer Warnertown Memorial 80/443

MCEWIN, Robert Daniel farmer Warnertown 1896 Memorial 84/428

MCEWIN, Robert Daniel land and estate agent Adelaide (King William St), aged 65 years in 1931, declared he had been born at Summerhill near Golden Grove in 1866. At some stage in his life he lived at Warnertown Application 29853

MCEWIN, Tim Augustin farmer Franklin Harbour 1894 Memorial 210/421

No 1 - perhaps the same person

MCFADDEN, William labourer Noarlunga 1864 Memorial 284/195

MCFADDEN, William labourer Wallaroo, died 8/3/1884 intestate. Letters of administration to his widow, Helen McFadden, to settle the estate Memorial 133/372

MCFADDEN, William labourer Wallaroo, died 8/3/1884 intestate. Estate worth £107. Letters of administration to his widow, Ellen McFadden, of Pt Wallaroo 1885 Application 20810

MCFADDEN, Ellen [should this be Helen?] widow Pt Wallaroo 1885 Memorial 41/370

No 1 - perhaps the same person

MCFADGEN, Donald licensed victualler Adelaide (Gilles Arcade)1850 He took a leased of the public house 'lately known by the sign of the Coach and Horses Inn but now known as the Halfway House … on the road to Pt Adelaide' for 5 years at £156 a year Memorial 270/54

MCFADGEN, Donald publican Halfway House Hotel York township on the Port Road 1850-March 1854 Application 22071

MCFADGEN, Donald carpenter Adelaide 1856 Memorial 138/108

No 1

MCFADYEN, John of the Port Road near Beverley 1853 Memorial 458/55

MCFADYEN, John stockkeeper formerly of Port Road near Adelaide 1853 now of Netley Station Darling River NSW 1878. His widowed mother lived in the Adelaide Destitute Asylum (Not to be confused with John McFadyen butcher Mt Gambier) Application 16590

No 2

MCFADYEN, John butcher Mt Gambier 1860 Memorial 163/169

MCFADYEN, John butcher Mt Gambier surviving partner of Malcolm LIVINGSTON formerly of Mt Gambier now deceased, lately trading under the firm of McFadyen & Livingston 1862 Memorial 292/182

MCFADYEN, John butcher Mt Gambier, became a bankrupt in 1863 Memorial 205/192

No 1

MCFAYDEN, John storekeeper Kincraig 1868 Memorial 233/227

No 2

MCFAYDEN, John accountant Kingston S-E 1902 Memorial 125/447

MCFAYDEN, John accountant Kingston S-E and Walter William PINCHES hotelkeeper Kingston S-E, sold the Kingston Canning Works (Lot 32) for £44/8/- 1910 to Joseph DALL grazier Dalkeith Memorial 159/464

No 1 - likely to be the same person

MCFAYDEN, Lachlan carrier Kincraig near Narracoorte Creek 1862 Memorial 42/189

MCFAYDEN, Lachlan of the Hundred of Waterhouse 1885 Memorial 139/365

No 1

MCFARLANE, Alexander farmer Mt Gambier Hundred of Jessie land grant 1880 Grant Book 50 Page 259 County Robe

MCFARLANE, Alexander farmer Lucindale Hundred of Joyce land grant 1880[-1881] Grant Book 51 Page 6 County Robe

MCFARLANE, Alexander farmer Lucindale trustee Institute Lucindale Lucindale (Hundred of Joyce) township allotment land grant 1889 Grant Book 50 Page 133a County Robe

No 2

MCFARLANE, Alexander boat builder Birkenhead 1891 Memorial 111/407, Application 22181

MCFARLANE, Alexander boatbuilder Birkenhead and Mary Ann McFarlane his wife 1904 Application 24733

MCFARLANE, Alexander boatbuilder Cruickshank St, Birkenhead and Mary Ann McFarlane his wife 1906 Application 25181

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

MCFARLANE, Allan Esquire Elmsley near Mt Barker 1840 Application 19722

MCFARLANE, Allan Esquire Murray River 1855 Memorial 438/87

MCFARLANE, Allan stockholder The Murray 1855 Memorial 263/102

MCFARLANE, Allan the Younger station overseer Brinkley near Wellington 1903 Memorial 70/448

MCFARLANE, Allan pastoralist Wellington Lodge, East Wellington, died 11/3/1908 North Adelaide. his widow, Susannah, to receive an annuity of £500. He also left annuities of £150 to his three daughters Susanna Hector JERVOIS wife of George Arthur Jervois station manager Wellington Station, Wellington; Agnes McFARLANE spinster of Wellington Lodge, East Wellington; and Alice LAMB wife of Arthur LAMB wool expert Sydney NSW. Apparently, not enough money to pay annuities. Therefore - all three sisters surrendered their annuities 25/11/1908. Some land to be sold to set up a trust fund to give Susannah McFarlane an annuity of £700, with the right to live at Wellington Lodge, for life 28/1/1909. The trustees were George Arthur Jervois, Louis von DOUSSA, and Harry Esmond RYMILL Deposits 32/1904 & 16/1909

MCFARLANE, Margaret Horne widow Wakefield St, Adelaide, relict of the late Allan McFarlane the Elder Esquire formerly sheep farmer Glensloy and Wellington Lodge Lake Alexandrina now deceased. Her family in 1873 included Donald Horne McFarlane merchant Calcutta, India, Elizabeth Williamson BEGG widow Canon Park, Edgeware, Middlesex, England, Margaret Horne GILES wife of William Giles accountant Stepney, Benjamima Horne CHALMERS widow Adelaide, Isabella Horne PICKFORD wife of Charles Hampden Pickford merchant The Firs, Charlton, Kent, England, Susan Dunsmuir HENDERSON wife of Alexander Henderson Esquire Stemster Co Caithness, Scotland, Jane Stuart McFarlane spinster Wakefield St, Adelaide, Wilhemine Horne, Agnes Maryann and Caroline Stuart McFarlane all spinsters Norwood and Allan McFarlane the Younger sheep farmer Wellington Lodge Memorial 15/271

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

MCFARLANE, Colin Dawson saddler Adelaide 1854 Memorial 177/76

MCFARLANE, Colin Dawson [the Elder] saddler Strathalbyn 1855[-1896] Memorial 4/85

MCFARLANE, Colin D the Younger Mt Rat linked with Hugh McFarlane farmer Mt Rat 1880 Memorial 99/322

MCFARLANE, Colin Dawson saddler Strathalbyn 1902 Application 24403

No 1 - perhaps the same person

MCFARLANE, Daniel farmer Little Para 1854 Memorial 5/68

MCFARLANE, Daniel stockholder Willalucca South-Eastern District 1863 Memorial 134/187

No 1

MCFARLANE, David Muir storekeeper Pt Lincoln 1882[-1902] Memorial 145/345

MCFARLANE, David Muir and Robert Muir storekeepers Pt Lincoln 1901 Memorial 120/442

MCFARLANE, David Muir merchant Fisher St Malvern 1919 Memorial 136/478

No 1

MCFARLANE, Donald storekeeper Blinman Co Taunton. Farina (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 65 Page 70 County Not named

MCFARLANE, Donald of Blinman. Trustee Methodist Church Hundred of Carr Hundred of Carr land grant 1883 Grant Book 59 Page 3 County Taunton

MCFARLANE, Donald farmer Blinman. Trustee unnamed Church Hundred of Carr Hundred of Carr land grant 1894 Grant Book 59 Page 4 County Taunton

MCFARLANE, Donald farmer near Blinman 1897 Memorial 146/431

MCFARLANE, Donald storekeeper near Blinman 1903 Memorial 140/452

No 1

MCFARLANE, Duncan farmer Balhannah 1853 Memorial 163/47

MCFARLANE, Duncan farmer Balhannah came from Glasgow, Scotland, where he married 1839. The family consisted of Duncan Lennox McFarlane farmer Bremer 1862, the eldest child, who was born in SA in 1840, and became heir at law to his father. Also two younger sons at least. Duncan McFarlane the Elder had a land grant of Section 1805 Hundred of Strathalbyn 80 acres for £80 26/1/1853. D McFarlane farmer Hay Valley, went to the Victorian gold fields early 1853, and on his return to SA died at sea intestate 10/12/1853, aboard the ship Dreadnought between Melbourne and Adelaide. His widow, Elizabeth, nee NORRIS, remarried 18/4/1854, to John CASHLEY farmer Bremer. They were both on board the ship and witnessed the burial. James and Thomas BRETON farmers Sandergrove were also on the same ship. Ducan Lennox McFarlane sold the section in 1862 to Johann Ernst BOEHM farmer Bremer. Application 2902

MCFARLANE, Duncan Lennox carter of near the Tinpot, under the guardianship of John CASHLEY 1862 Application 2902

No 1

MCFARLANE, George labourer Broken Hill NSW 1925 Application 27344

No 2

MCFARLANE, George labourer Adelaide 1927 Application 27633

MCFARLANE, George labourer formerly of Noarlunga but now of Power St, Adelaide 1928. Perhaps he left the district for Adelaide in c1904 Application 27956

No 1

MCFARLANE, Hugh currier Hindmarsh 1875 Memorial 132/286

MCFARLANE, Hugh of Holden St, Hindmarsh 1877 Application 16351

MCFARLANE, Hugh farmer Mt Barker 1879 Memorial 21/321

MCFARLANE, James saddler Redhill 1879 Memorial 110/329

No 1 - perhaps the same person

MCFARLANE, John shepherd Mt Gambier 1855 Memorial 136/90

MCFARLANE, John farmer Mt Gambier 1866 Memorial 151/217

No 2

MCFARLANE, John boundary rider Round Flat Murray River 1883. John McFarlane engineer Morgan, died 11/1/1915 Kapunda intestate. His widow, Sarah McFarlane, lived at Morgan Memorials 138 -140/474

No 1

MCFARLANE, John Muir storekeeper Strathalbyn 1879[-1883] Memorial 15/318

MCFARLANE, John Muir storekeeper High St, Strathalbyn, died 22/12/1887, of haemorrhage from a wound inflicted by his own hand, aged 36 Application 26723

MCFARLANE, Sidney Muir grazier The Fountain, near Pt Lincoln 1955, declared that he had been born on 18/2/1911 Application 29089

MCFARLANE, Thomas and Walter stockholders Mt Searle 1860 Memorial 308/166

No 1

MCFARLANE, Walter Muir The Fountain Private Bag Pt Lincoln 1926 RPA Search 311

MCFARLANE, Walter Muir auctioneer Pt Lincoln 1929 Memorial 19/501

MCFARLANE, Walter Muir auctioneer, farmer and grazier Pt Lincoln 1931, declared that he had worked at his three careers since 1903 Application 27857

MCFARLANE, Walter Muir farmer Pt Lincoln, aged 72 in 1954, declared that he had lived in Pt Lincoln all his life Application 29026

No 1

MCFARLANE, William gentleman Adelaide 1841 Application 9171

MCFARLANE, William of Adelaide 1841[-1844] Memorial 480/46

No 2

MCFARLANE, William farmer Encounter Bay 1842 Memorial 304/2

No 3

MCFARLANE, William storekeeper Pt Lincoln 1886 Memorial 133/376

MCFARLING, William miner Kadina. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1878 Grant Book 14 Page 57 County Daly

MCFAYDEN, Lachlan overseer Wangolino Hundred of Killanoola land grant 1883 Grant Book 50 Page 154 County Robe

No 1

MCFEAT, Alexander blacksmith Smithfield 1857[-1859] Memorial 28/120

MCFEAT, Alexander blacksmith Steelton 1889 Application 21567

No 1

MCFEAT, David farmer Steelton 1863 Memorial 26/189

MCFEAT, David farmer Steelton on the Dirty Light Co Light. Hundred of Boucaut land grant 1879 Grant Book 55 Page 34 County Stanley

MCFEAT, Janet widow Condowie Co Stanley 1897 Memorial 164/432

No 1

MCFEAT, Walter farmer Condowie 1892[-1893] Memorial 17/416

MCFEAT, Walter farmer Snowtown, died 31/7/1896 Codowie. Estate worth £821. Executors; William Henry HALL and Joseph TURNER storekeepers Snowtown Memorial 63/432

No 1 – probably the Elder

MCFEAT, William farmer Appila Hundred of Appila land grant 1882 Grant Book 24 Page 510 County Frome

MCFEAT, William farmer Steelton on the Dirty Light Co Light. Hundred of Appila land grant 1885 Grant Book 24 Page 512 County Frome

No 2 – the Younger

MCFEAT, William the Younger of Wirrabara 1893 Memorial 126/419

MCFEAT, William the Younger farmer Appila Co Frome 1893[-1898] Memorial 128/419

MCFEE, T hotelkeeper Adelaide 1903 Application 26732

MCFIE, Daniel clerk Adelaide Simmonston (Hundred of Kanyaka) township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 49 Page 146 County Newcastle

MCFIE, Neil farmer Naracoorte Hundred of Naracoorte land grant 1874 Grant Book 50 Page 103 County Robe

No 1

MCGAHAN, Thomas farmer Dry Creek 1854 Hundred of Gilbert land grant Memorial 19/64

MCGAHAN, Thomas farmer formerly of Dry Creek but now of Marrabel 1866 Memorial 152/212

MCGAFFIN, Albert Francis farmer Aldinga 1956 Application 29228

No 1

MCGAFFIN, Michael labourer Noarlunga 1904 stated that he had arrived in SA during 1855. On Block 40 in the township of Noarlunga was a brick house in that year, in which Mr EDMUNDS the brewer lived. Various people lived in that home until 1890, when the new owner, Mr L WEBER, added to the house and lived in it himself until just after the turn of the century when it again was let out to tenants Application 24167

MCGAFFIN, Michael labourer Noarlung, aged 84 in 1927, declared that he had lived in Noarlunga for 50 years Application 27633

MCGAHAN, Thomas farmer formerly of near Auburn now of near Marrabel 1867 Application 8673

MCGANN, D chauffeur 8 Parker St, Mile End 1933 Memorial 3/507

MCGARGILL, Stephen miner Black Springs 1851 Memorial 370/43

MCGAVISH, James Archibald a partner in the firm of Thomas BARLOW & Sons Hindmarsh Square Adelaide 1912 Memorial 139/467

MCGEAGH, Francis omnibus driver Norwood 1861 Memorial 202/177

MCGEE, Edward drover Adelaide 1894 Application 22748

MCGEE, George Clarence Carney labourer Smithfield 1904[-1925] Memorial 220/450

MCGEE, GM clerk Pt Lincoln 1906 Memorial 102/454

No 1

MCGEE, John solicitor Adelaide (National Chambers 22 King William St) 1925 Memorial 129/492

MCGEE, John solicitor Adelaide 1928 Memorial 199/498

No 1 – perhaps the same person

MCGEE, Laurence mason Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1861 Grant Book 14 Page 22 County Daly

MCGEE, Laurence licensed victualler Adelaide, died 13/9/1880 Memorial 17/332

MCGEE, Michael railway packer Smithfield, died 5/7/1897. His wife Honorah (sometimes known as Norah) McGee, died 8/3/1920, after having lived in Adelaide with one of her daughters for 8-10 years. Their son, George Clarence Carney McGee, died 16/9/1938. Husband of Mary Matilda McGee. Her son, Joseph Carney McGee was a labourer at Echunga, aged 35; he had only just moved there from Smithfield. The McGee family owned Allotments 17 & 18 in Smithfield, surrounded by a fence which in 1948 had been in place since Smithfield had been laid out Application 28637

MCGEEVER, Thomas labourer Pt Lincoln 1928 Memorial 62/499

MCGELLIN, Thomas labourer Gulnare Hundred of Narridy land grant 1881 Grant Book 60 Page 258 County Victoria

No 1 - perhaps the same person

MCGEOUGH, William farmer Rice Creek near Auburn 1864 Application 5737

MCGEOUGH, William farmer Auburn 1866 Memorial 73/211

MCGEOUGH, William farmer Auburn Co Stanley. Hundred of Narridy land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 251 County Victoria

MCGEOUGH, William farmer Auburn Co Stanley. Hundred of Bundaleer land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 72 County Victoria

MCGEOUGH, William farmer Gordon. Gordon (Hundred of Kanyaka) township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 49 Page 110 County Newcastle

MCGEOUGH, William of Tarcowie Co Dalhousie 1885 Memorial 10/373

MCGEORGE, Frank publican Willunga 1896 Application 23096

MCGHEE, Daniel blocker Wilmington. Hundred of Gregory land grant 1907 Grant Book 23 Page 105 County Frome

MCGHEE, Edward farmer Spring Creek near Wilmington. Hundred of Willochra land grant 1877 Grant Book 24 Page 538 County Frome

MCGHEE, William yeoman Adelaide 1852[-1854] Memorial 27/39

No 1

MCGILCHRIST, James storekeeper Narracoorte 1875 Memorial 67/287

MCGILCHRIST, James auctioneer Narracoorte 1885 Memorial 221/371

MCGILCHRIST, James clerk Narracoorte 1898 Memorial 247/434

MCGILCHRIST, Mary stationer Kooringa 1906 Application 25253

MCGILL, Henry storekeeper Kingston S-E 1870 Memorial 224/244

No 1 - perhaps the same person

MCGILL, James sheep farmer Hundred of Burdett 1862 Memorial 95/186

MCGILL, James storekeeper Kingston S-E 1866[-1868] Memorial 223/222

MCGILL, James farmer Spring Hat Bordertown 1884 Memorial 12/362

MCGILL, James farmer Bordertown. Hundred of Tatiara land grant 1885 Grant Book 7 Page 14 County Buckingham

MCGILLICK, Bernard teamster Gladstone Co Victoria. Hundred of Eurelia land grant 1882 Grant Book 13 Page 380 County Dalhousie

MCGILLIVRAY, Ivor stevedore Pt Adelaide 1889 Application 21628

No 1

MCGILLIVRAY, James sheep farmer Penola 1866 Memorial 102/215

MCGILLIVRAY, James sheepfarmer Penola Hundred of Killanoola land grant 1866 Grant Book 50 Page 151 County Robe

MCGILLIVRAY, James stockholder Penola Hundred of Robertson land grant 1884 Grant Book 50 Page 176 County Robe

MCGILLIVRAY, John stockholder near Penola Hundred of Killanoola land grant 1866 Grant Book 50 Page 154 County Robe

MCGILP, Lachlan Keith pastoralist One Tree Hill and Moolawatana linked with Florence Arabella McGilp widow Unley. Family business of Neil McGilp & Sons 1930 Memorial 58/503

MCGILTON, Eleanor McDowell widow Houghton linked with John McGilton farmer Houghton 1883 Memorial 127/348

MCGILTON, Eleanor and John farmers Lowwood 1883 Memorial 115/349

No 1 - perhaps the same person

MCGILTON, Hugh of Two Wells 1862 Memorial 207/184

MCGILTON, Hugh farmer near Two Wells 1866 Application 7091

MCGILTON, Hugh farmer Broughton Col Daly. Hundred of Koolunga land grant 1876 Grant Book 55 Page 182 County Stanley

MCGILTON, Hugh farmer Redhill Co Daly 1893 Memorial 178/417

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

MCGILTON, John farmer Tea Tree Gully 1846 Memorial 262/7

MCGILTON, John farmer Little Para 1854 Memorial 323/105

MCGILTON, John the Elder farmer Lowwood House, Tea Tree Gully and Hundred of Para Wirra, and Eleanor McDowell McGilton his wife parents of John McDowell McGilton the Younger 1872. John McGilton the Elder died 26/9/1881. J McGilton the Younger died 15/7/1885 Memorial 153/336 & Application 27418

MCGILTON, John and Ellen of Lowwood near The Hermitage 1883 Memorial 249/355

MCGILTON, John farmer Low Wood near Houghton, died 15/7/1885. He left his entire estate in trust to his wife, Mary Kate McGilton, during her widowhood, then to his son, Robert McGilton absolutely in remainder expectant. Hugh McGilton farmer Redhill likely to be a son Memorial 239/368

MCGILTON, John the Elder farmer Low Wood near Houghton, died 26/9/1881. His wife, Ellenor McDowell McGilton, died 11/8/1893. His son, John McGilton the Younger farmer The Hermitage, Houghton, died 15/7/1885. His wife, Mary Kate McGilton nee WEARING, died 20/7/1909 The Hermitage, of heart disease, aged 56. Born Sheaoak Log, she had married at 21 years - 1 son and 3 daughters living; 1 son deceased. Their son, Robert McGilton, was born 5/8/1877 Low Wood. John McGilton the Elder's wife and son, owned Low Wood in partnership. John McGilton the Younger left the estate to his wife in trust for life, then to his son, Robert McGilton absolutely in remainder expectant, once he attained his majority Application 27418

MCGILTON, Robert gardener The Hermitage Houghton 1931, died 19/1/1943 Wakefield St, Adelaide. Husband of Clara Janet McGilton. Father of Gladys Jean GILLARD. Other children mentioned but not named. Grandfather of John Maxwell Gillard. Brother of Florence Mary Kate BLENCOWE and Eleanor Elizabeth BAGSHAW Memorial 45/517

MCGILTON, R of Houghton 1909 Application 25689

MCGILTON, Robert gardener The Hermitage, died 19/1/1943. Husband of Clara Janet McGilton nee VERRALL. Two sons - Murray Robert McGilton gardener The Hermitage and Maxwell James McGilton labourer The Hermitage 1949 (He was born 26/1/1927 Tea Tree Gully Private Hospital) Application 28654

MCGINNES, Charles labourer Portland Estate 1873 Memorial 235/270

MCGINNESS, Matthew farmer Myponga and Nora McGuinness his wife 1899 Memorial 162/438

MCGINNIS, William shepherd Clare 1849 Memorial 352/13

MCGINTY, Stephen of Millicent Millicent North (Hundred of Mt Muirhead) township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 31 Page 310 County Grey

No 1

MCGLASHAN, John gentleman Adelaide 1838 Application 17581

MCGLASHAN, John gentleman Adelaide 1843 Memorial 456/2

No 2

MCGLASHAN, John farmer Owen 1882[-1887] Memorial 111/380

No 3

MCGLASHAN, John farmer Hundred of Younghusband trustee School Hundred of Younghusband land grant 1892 Grant Book 54 Page 157 County Russell

No 1

MCGLASHAN, J storekeeper Salisbury 1907 Memorial 169/457

MCGLASHAN, J JP storekeeper Salisbury 1911 Memorial 212/464

MCGLASHAN, JM JP of Carrieton 1903 Memorial 243/447

No 1

MCGLAUGHLIN, Thomas Hales pensioner Mt Benson, died 6/9/1939. Father of Louis Marian KELTON, Millicent Ida MARTIN, James William McGlaughlin, Aleen Grace ANDERSON, Alfred Edward McGlaughlin, and Thomas Hales McGlaughlin oxywelder Franklin. Executor; Harold Edwin MARTIN chemist Rosewater Memorials 168 & 169/516

MCGLAUGHLIN, Thomas Hales the Elder pensioner Mt Benson, died 6/9/1939. His family included Ida MARTIN married woman 20 Buller Tce, Franklin 1947, born on 21/12/1899. Alfred Edward McGlaughlin, aged 37 in 1947. Thomas Hales McGlaughlin the Younger oxywelder, aged 33 in 1947. Born at Robe, then formerly of Franklin 1939 but now of 16 Moscow St, Peterborough 1947. Th TH McGlaughlin family lived at Robe between at least 1906 and 1915, when the family left to live at Wangolina near Kingston S-E. WJ McGlaughlin was a brother to TH McGlaughlin the Elder (and lived in the same house in Robe until 1906). Arthur LING of Mt Benson was a brother-in-law of TH McGlaughlin the Elder Application 28503

No 1

MCGLEW, Charles Thomas merchant and Lieutenant in the AIF Adelaide, on active service with the said Forces, power of attorney to John Augustus MCALISTER merchant Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 26/10/1917 Deposit 30/1919

MCGLEW, Charles Thomas merchant North Adelaide a Lieutenant in the AIF and Alice Jane McGlew his wife 1919 Memorial 107/478

No 1

MCGLYNN, Samuel yeoman Thebarton 1839 Application 102

MCGLYNN, Samuel yeoman Thebarton 1844 Memorial 13/68

MCGLYNN, Elizabeth widow Hindmarsh 1854 Memorial 311/71

MCGLYNN, Elizabeth widow Bowden 1856[-1866] Memorial 47/96

MCGLYNN, Elizabeth widow Brompton 1860 Application 1656

MCGLYNN, Elizabeth widow Bowden 1860 Application 1021

MCGORERY, Francis wheelwright Adelaide 1864 Memorial 350/193

MCGORERY, Thomas wheelwright Adelaide 1855 Memorial 447/90

MCGORM, Christina spinster Semaphore Road, Exeter, died 19/8/1910, of chronic nephritis (years) and uraemia (2 days), aged 58. She was born in Melbourne Vic. Daughter of John (mariner Le Fevre Peninsula) and Bridget McGORM. Other brothers and sisters included John, Frank, Alexander, Bridget, William James, Fanny, Stewart and Matthew. Application 26892

No 1

MCGORM, John mariner Le Fevre Peninsula 1852[-1873] Memorial 427/40 Labourer Pt Adelaide 1853 Memorial 261/56

MCGORM, John mariner Exeter 1897 Application 23355

MCGORN, John formerly mariner 1852 but now carter Pt Adelaide 1863 Application 3980

MCGORM, John mariner Le Fevre Peninsula 1875 Application 14533

MCGORM, Bridget wife of John McGorm mariner Le Fevre Peninsula, died 19/8/1886. She left her estate in trust for life to her daughter, Christina McGorm spinster Le Fevre Peninsula, then to be sold and the proceeds divided in equal shares abslutely in remainder expectant to her other children - John McGorm, Frank McGorm, Alexander McGorm, Bridget McGorm, william James McGorm, Fanny Stewart McGorm, and Matthew McGorm. Christina McGorm spinster Semaphore Rd, Exeter, died 19/8/1910 of years' chronic nephritis and 2 days' uraemia, aged 58. Born in Melbourne Vic Application 26892

MCGORMAN, William farmer Hay Valley near Nairne 1855 Memorial 322/81

MCGORMAN, William the Elder farmer Mt Pleasant, died 28/7/1905. Father of William McGorman the Younger farmer Angas Valley, Thomas McGorman farmer Mt Pleasant, and James Dennis McGorman farmer Sanderson Memorial 187/453

MCGOUGH, Bridget widow Narridy. Hundred of Narridy land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 252 County Victoria FIND HUSBAND

MCGOUGH, Coleman and Thomas farmers Mannum 1900 Memorial 164/441

No 1

MCGOUGH, Henry farmer Pellering Flat 1881[-1885] Memorial 155/334

No 2

MCGOUGH, Henry labourer Mt Pleasant Hundred of Finniss land grant 1888 Grant Book 58 Page 43 County Sturt

MCGOUGH, William licensed victualler Tarcowie 1885 Memorial 187/370

MCGOVERN, Edward tallow chandler Adelaide (Sturt St) 1858 Memorial 134/151

No 1

MCGOWAN, James butcher Bay Road near Adelaide 1856 Memorial 385/99

MCGOWAN, James butcher Unley 1861 Memorial 435/179

MCGOWAN, James butcher Unley 1873 Application 13033

MCGOWAN, James butcher Unley and Mary Ann McGowan his wife 1876 Memorial 94/291

MCGOWAN, James butcher no address died 1908. His widow, Mary Ann McGowan, died 22/1/1913 Belair, of senile decay and cerebral haemorrhage, aged 73. She was born in Adelaide, married at 18 years, 2 sons and 5 daughters living; 2 sons deceased. One son, William McGowan butcher Wattle St, Malvern 1913 Application 26222

MCGOWAN, James butcher Unley Rd, Unley, died 20/6/1908. His estate worth £6,850. Legacies to his wife, Mary Ann McGowan, his sister, Mary JURY wife of Thomas Jury of Waitchie Station near Swan Hill Vic, his children Gace HARE wife of William H Hare commercial traveller Fremantle WA, Alice Maude McGowan, Horace Croxall McGowan, William McGowan butcher Wattle St, Malvern, Frank James McGowan, Mary Ann WERRY, Emily TREGILGAS of Colac Vic (with her daughter Laura Ethel Tregilgas), Elizabeth Emma RUSHTON, Albert McGowan. Mary Ann McGowan widow Belair, died 22/1/1913. Her estate worth £1,770 Application 28204

No 1

MCGOWAN, Martin farmer Peachey Belt 1858 Memorial 194/145

MCGOWAN, Martin farmer Peachey Belt 1862. He could not write Application 3449

MCGOWAN, Martin farmer Virginia, died 5/7/1885, of senile decay and paralysis, aged 90. Grandfather of P MALONEY of Virginia 1892 Application 22292

No 1

MCGOWAN, Robert Chairman of the District Council of Willunga 1886 Application 20830

MCGOWAN, Robert publican The Parade Norwood 1892 Application 22211

No 1

MCGOWAN, William butcher Malvern 1899 Memorial 137/438

MCGOWAN, William butcher Wattle St, Malvern linked with Mary Ann McGowan widow Unley Rd, Unley 1908 Memorial 53/460

MCGOWAN, William butcher Malvern 1908 Application 25542

MCGOWAN, William butcher Unley, aged 58 in 1916, declared that he was a son of James McGowan, who had bought land facing Unley Rd, Unley, in 1873 Application 26554

MCGOWAN, William butcher formerly of Unley Rd, Unley but then of Westbourne Park, died 3/9/1919. He left his £2,900 estate to his widow Hanorah McGowan. Hanorah McGowan widow formerly of Westbourne Park but late of Hawthorn, died 8/7/1936. Estate to her children as per the will. Children mentioned by name included Edmund West McGowan meat inspector Esmond St, Hyde Park, Clarence West McGowan telephone mechanic Corunna Ave, Colonel Light Gardens and Gladys May West TONKIN no description Application 28204

No 2

MCGOWAN, William butcher Hawthorn 1930 Application 27818

MCGRAITH, Robert L shipping master Pt Adelaide 1884 Application 24810

MCGRATH, Batty labourer Fifth Creek 1859 Application 579

No 1

MCGRATH, Daniel labourer Somerton 1861[-1875] Memorial 230/171

MCGRATH, Daniel and John labourers Somerton 1860[-1870] Memorial 116/168

No 1

MCGRATH, Dennis labourer Somerton near Glenelg 1858[-1875] Memorial 105/146

MCGRATH, Dennis and John labourer Somerton 1860 Memorial 228/166

MCGRATH, Dennis labourer New Glenelg 1874 Memorial 181/275

MCGRATH, J clerk Pt Adelaide 1895 Memorial 59/426

No 1

MCGRATH, James of The Glynde 1863 Memorial 172/190

No 2

MCGRATH, James draper's assistant Adelaide 1902 Memorial 247/447

No 1

MCGRATH, John farmer Talunga 1855 Memorial 68/89

No 2

MAGRATH, John labourer Glenelg 1858 Memorial 228/138

MAGRATH, John labourer Somerton 1859[-1870] Memorial 267/149

MCGRATH, John labourer formerly of Brighton 1861 but now of New Glenelg 1873. He could not write Application 12926

MCGRATH, Ellen widow Somerton 1875 Application 14201

No 3

MCGRATH, John contractor Hectorville 1864 Memorial 313/199

MCGRATH, John gardener Hectorville 1876 Memorial 97/292

MCGRATH, John gardener Hectorville 1876 Application 15116

MCGRATH, John gardener Hectorville, died 4/6/1912. Executors; Edward PATFULL district council clerk Magill; Patrick Joseph O'NEILL labourer Hectorville Memorial 111/468

MCGRATH, John gardener Hectorville, died 4/6/1912. His estate worth £460. He left his estate to his wife, Mary McGrath, for life, then in equal shares to their children - Anna McGrath spinster (born 10/4/1880) and Mary JONES married woman (born 31/3/1884) both of Hectorville. Mary McGrath died 31/8/1932, of senile decay, aged 92. Born in Co Clare, Ireland. In SA for 70 years. Married aged 30. 3 daughters living; 2 sons deceased Application 28076

No 4 – perhaps the same person FIND CHECK RUN

MÇGRATH, John labourer Willunga 1868 Memorial 191/230

MCGRATH, John labourer Marrabel on the Dirty Light Co Light. Hundred of Bundaleer land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 74 County Victoria

No 5

MCGRATH, John farmer Gulnare Co Stanley 1881 Application 18605

MCGRATH, John farmer Gulnare. Hundred of Yackamoorundie land grant 1881 Grant Book 56 Page 95 County Stanley

MCGRATH, John farmer Gulnare linked with Patrick McGrath farmer Woolyana 1886 Memorial 106/378

No 6

MCGRATH, John the Younger farmer Tothill Creek 1883 Application 19824

No 7

MCGRATH, John labourer Adelaide 1919 Application 26826.  25628

MCGRATH, John Joseph gardener Hectorville 1907 Application 25324.

MCGRATH, John Latimer formerly bookseller Adelaide but now merchant Gilles Plains 1933 Memorial 150/506

No 1 – perhaps the same person

MCGRATH, Michael farmer Tarcowie 1903[-1907] Memorial 210/447

MCGRATH, Michael labourer Tarcowie. Hundred of Tarcowie land grant 1909 Grant Book 13 Page 60 County Dalhousie

MCGRATH, MJ postmaster Redhill 1904 Memorial 246/451

MCGRATH, Richard plasterer Kooringa 1853[-1857] Memorial 216/48

MCGREEVY James printer Adelaide 1865 Memorial 341/200

MCGREGGOR, Irvine Shaw gentleman Geelong Vic only son and heir at law of the late William McGreggor gentleman Bonington Vic and Mary Jane MCMANUS of Geelong Vic widow of Lucius McManus and formerly widow of the late William McManus 1875 Memorial 87/284

No 1

MCGREGOR, Alexander shoemaker Adelaide 1865 Memorial 12/208

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

MCGREGOR, Alexander licensed victualler Bowden 1882[-1885] Memorial 136/342, Application 20730

MCGREGOR, Alexander of Bowden 1887 Memorial 201/383

MCGREGOR, Alexander publican Bowden 1885

MCGREGOR, Margaret widow of Alexander McGregor retired hotel keeper Park Tce, Bowden on the Hill, died 8/6/1918, of morbus cordis and senile decay, aged 78. Born in Edinburgh, Co Midlothian, Scotland, she had emigrated to SA 53 years ago. Married aged 25. No family Application 27497

No 2

MCGREGOR, Alexander gentleman Kensington, about to depart the province for a time, power of attorney to David PACKHAM contractor Kensington, to complete the arrangements for the purchase of property in High and Bridge Sts, Kensington, which A McGregor was undertaking with William GIDDINGS, from Jane FRAZER 12/3/1877 Deposit 126/1877

No 1

MCGREGOR, Alexander Wood farmer Inman Valley 1858 Memorial 121/135

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

MCGREGOR, AW of Mt Gambier 1863 Memorial 200/189

MCGREGOR, AW banker Mt Gambier 1863 Memorial 6/192

MCGREGOR, AW bank manager Mt Gambier 1864 Memorial 142/199

MCGREGOR, Alexander Wood bank manager Mt Gambier 1874 Memorial 219/274

MCGREGOR, Daniel wheelwright Gawler and Catharine McGregor his wife, a daughter of Bernard TUMNEY farmer near Gawler 1860 Memorial 203/165

MCGREGOR, Duncan Palmer sheepfarmer Bookabie Fowler Bay Bookabie (Hundred of Magarey) township allotment land grant 1892 Grant Book 41 Page 1 County Kintore

MCGREGOR, Flora Sarah sheep farmer Glenafton Glenburn 1929 Application 27720

MCGREGOR, Harold Waddell woolbuyer Adelaide linked with Mary Twaddell McGregor widow Strangways Tce, North Adelaide 1927 Memorial 137/498

No 1

MCGREGOR, James of Mitcham 1869 Memorial 2/242

MCGREGOR, James blacksmith formerly of Mitcham but now of Reynella and Anne McGregor his wife 1871 Memorial 225/253

No 2

MCGREGOR, James storeman Adelaide (Waymouth St) Hundred of Moorowie land grant 1877 Grant Book 19 Page 33 County Fergusson

MCGREGOR, Eliza widow Moorowie 1886[-1888] Memorial 3/376

MCGREGOR, Eliza widow near Warooka Hundred of Moorowie land grant 1904 Grant Book 19 Page 36 County Fergusson

No 3 - perhaps the same person or a mixture of the Elder and the Younger

MCGREGOR, James of Oladdie 1886 Memorial 191/378

MCGREGOR, James the Younger farmer Johnsburg 1887 Memorial 83/388

MCGREGOR, James the Younger farmer Oladdie trustee Institute Johnburgh 1896 Grant Book 13 Page 312 County Dalhousie

MCGREGOR, James Robert woolbuyer North Adelaide linked with James Wigham McGregor woollen manufacturer North Adelaide and Mary Twaddell McGregor married woman North Adelaide 1916 Memorial 22/474

MCGREGOR, James Wigham woollen manufacturer and wool buyer North Adelaide, power of attorney to James Robert McGREGOR woolbuyer North Adelaide and Mary Twaddell McGREGOR, married woman North Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 6/4/1916 Deposit 29/1916

MCGREGOR, John labourer Hamilton on the Light 1872 Memorial 51/258

MCGREGOR, Robert yeoman Pt Adelaide 1852 Memorial 456/43

MCGREGOR, Samuel storekeeper Morphett Vale 1869 Memorial 117/236

MCGREGOR, Thomas ironworks foreman Mile End 1917 Memorial 141/475

MCGREGOR, William McAlpine agent Millicent and Flora Sarah McGregor his wife 1918 Memorial 26/477

MCGRETON, Hugh farmer Koolunga 1891 Memorial 224/409

MCGRICE, William farmer and grazier Kongal near Bordertown. Hundred of Wirrega land grant 1911 Grant Book 7 Page 52 County Buckingham

No 1 -mixture of the Elder and the Younger

MCGUANE, Martin farmer Onkaparinga 1848 Memorial 170/13

MCGUANE, Martin farmer Morphett Vale 1853 Memorial 295/57

MCGUANE, Martin farmer Hundred of Pt Adelaide 1855[-1856] Memorial 355/79

MCGUANE, Martin the Elder and Martin the Younger farmers Peachey Belt 1861 Memorial 271/171

MCGUANE, Martin the Elder farmer Peachey Belt linked with Martin McGuane the Younger labourer Peachey Belt 1862 Memorial 113/185

MCGUANE, Martin the Elder farmer Peachey Belt 1866 Memorial 169/210

MCGUANE, Martin farmer formerly of Peachey Belt 1856 but now of near Virginia 1868 Application 8994

MCGUANE, Martin the Elder farmer Virginia 1874 Memorial 199/272

MCGUGAN, Donald stockholder Mt Gambier Hundred of Gambier land grant 1862 Grant Book 30 Page 64 County Grey

MCGUINESS, Abraham shopman Clare Co Stanley. Laura (Hundred of Booyoolie) township allotment land grant 1872 Grant Book 60 Page 452 County Victoria

No 1

MCGUINNESS, Alfred Owen farmer Myponga 198 Memorial 56/512

MCGUINNESS, Alfred Owen formerly farmer Myponga but now out of business 22 King St, Edward Ave, Lower Mitcham and Margaret Ann McGuinness his wife 1949 Memorial 138/523

MCGUINNES, Annie married woman East Kuupp WA formerly Annie WADE spinster Kooringa 1915 Memorial 110/472

MCGUINNESS, Charles labourer Portland Estate 1877 Memorial 232/331

No 1

MCGUINNESS, John carpenter Adelaide 1851 Memorial 253/121

MCGUINNESS, John carpenter formerly of Adelaide but now of Ararat Vic 1859 Memorial 173/159

No 1

MCGUINNESS, Matthew and Thomas farmers Myponga 1871 Memorial 213/253

MCGUINNESS, Matthew dealer Myponga 1881 Memorial 190/331

MCGUINNESS, Matthew labourer Myponga 1898 Memorial 223/433

MCGUINNESS, Matthew farmer Myponga 1922 Memorial 43/486

MCGUINNESS, Nora widow Myponga relict of the late Matthew McGuinnes farmer formerly of Myponga now deceased 1938 Memorial 56/512

No 1

MCGUINNESS, Thomas labourer Myponga 1861 Memorial 9/174

MCGUINNESS, Thomas labourer Myponga Hundred of Myponga land grant 1866 Grant Book 36 Page 419 County Hindmarsh

MCGUINNESS, Thomas farmer Myponga 1871 Memorial 213/253

MCGUINNESS, Thomas clerk of works Alberton Hundred of Myponga land grant 1901 Grant Book 36 Page 420 County Hindmarsh

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

MCGUINNIS, William the Elder shepherd Clare married Mary nee ? on 27/4/1850. W McGuinnis died 14/3/1863 intestate. His eldest son, William McGuinnis the Younger, born 10/5/1852 Clare, inherited his estate as heir at law. In 1877, he was a butcher at Crystal Brook. By 1877, Mary McGuinnis had remarried to Theodor VOLKMANN labourer Crystal Brook Application 16099

MCGUINNIS, William the Younger butcher Crystal Brook 1877, eldest son and heir at law of the late William McGuinnis formerly shepherd Clare 1849 who died intestate Application 16099

MCGUIRE, Christopher storekeeper Portland Estate and Annie McGuire his wife 1882 Application 19188

No 1

MCGUIRE, Francis carpenter Kapunda 1857 Memorial 211/124

No 2

MCGUIRE, Francis hotelkeeper The Saracen's Head Adelaide 1910 Memorial 13/463

MCGUIRE, Francis John bootmaker Pt Pirie 1874 Memorial 154/276

MCGUIRE, James farmer Section 41 Hundred of Upper Wakefield, died c1867. He left his personal estate to his wife, Mary Ann McGuire absolutely. He left his real estate in trust to his wife while she remained his widow, then in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant to her sisters - Caroline Sarah Ann HARDY, and Emily Rose Hardy Memorial 96/226

No 1

MCGUIRE, John railway porter Alberton 1865 Application 6551

No 2

MCGUIRE, John farmer Georgetown 1880 Memorial 25/329

MCGUIRE, John farmer Georgetown. Hundred of Crystal Brook land grant 1881[-1882] Grant Book 60 Page 233 County Victoria

No 1 - perhaps the same person

MCGUIRE, Joseph carpenter Adelaide 1884 Application 20331

MCGUIRE, Joseph carpenter Echunga 1890 Memorial 238/400

No 1

MCGUIRE, Peter horse trainer Kapunda 1865[-1874] Memorial 102/203

MCGUIRE, Peter horse dealer Kapunda 1876[-1879] Memorial 3/290

MCGUIRE, Peter horse trainer Kapunda, died 5/6/1881 Memorial 27/333

MCGUIRE, Samuel of South Australia 1862 Memorial 95/188

MCHARG, Agnes spinster Lower Finniss 1855 Memorial 244/88

No 1 - perhaps mixture of the Elder and the Younger

MCHARG, John the Younger farmer Finniss River, and Mary, Rosanna and Agnes MCHARG spinsters Finniss River 1851 Memorial 419/37

MCHARG, John farmer Lower Finniss 1853[-1871] Memorial 187/50

MCHARG, John farmer Lower Finniss 1860 Application 1876

MCHARG, John farmer Lower Finniss, died c1879. His real estate in trust for his wife, Catherine McHarg, for life or until her remarriage, then to their five children, in equal shares - Elizabeth McGuffig McHarg spinster Caulfield Vic, John Murdock McHarg railway employee Armidale WA, James Archibald McHarg farm manager Chidlow Well WA, Edwin Paterson McHarg mercantile clerk Ballarat Vic, and Sinclair Harrison McHarg born a minor Kaniva, born 17/3/1878. The widow Catherine McHarg 39 of South Lillimur Vic (Father: John HARRISON) remarried to Frederick Thomas SHERIFF 36 bachelor farmer South Lillimur Vic (Father: Thomas Sherriff) on 9/4/1889 Mrs G NORMAN home New Thebarton. Minister; James READ of Mile End. Witnesses: George Norman farmer New Thebarton, Ann Norman of New Thebarton. Edgar Henry LIMBERT solicitor Adelaide was the local attorney for the family 1896 Application 23267

MCHARG, Catherine widow Lower Finniss 1881 Memorial 186/334

MCHARG, Catherine widow formerly of Lower Finniss but now of Kaniva Vic relict of the late John McHarg formerly farmer Lower Finniss now deceased 1888 Memorial 10/392

MCHARG, Rosanna 26 spinster m 25/9/1854 John McHARG dwelling Lower Finniss, Co Hindmarsh, James CHIBNALL 35 farmer. Rev’d RW Newland Deposit 38/1909

No 1

MCHENRY, George doctor of medicine formerly of 31 Pembroke Place, Liverpool, Lancs, England but now of Adelaide 1864 Memorial 237/198

MCHENRY, George Doctor of Medicine 31 Pembroke Place, Liverpool, Lancs, England, power of attorney to Edward WRIGHT the Younger estate agent Adelaide, to manage his SA real estate 23/12/1858. On 25/1/1872, George McHENRY formerly of Liverpool, but now residing in Adelaide, power of attorney to his son, George Louis John McHENRY gentleman late of 8 Chuestnut Road, Sandy Road, Seaforth near Liverpool, but now of Adelaide, to manage his Adelaide Town Acres 182, 183 Deposits 236/1859, 246/1873

No 1

MCHUGH, Bryan farmer Grace Plains Hundred of Grace land grant 1874 Grant Book 27 Page 65 County Gawler

MCHUGH, Bryan farmer Pt Germein 1885 Memorial 121/366

No 1

MCHUGH, Edward farmer Telowie Creek 1885[-1890] Memorial 156/365

MCHUGH, Edward farmer Telowie, died c1902. Husband of Charlotte Eliza McHugh Memorial 194/446

MCHUGH, Edward farmer Telowie Creek, had died by 1903. Sole executrix – Charlotte Eliza McHugh widow Telowie Grant Book 24 Page 777 County Frome

MCHUGH, Francis farmer Quorn 1894 Memorial 183/420

No 1 - perhaps the same person FIND CHECK RUN

MCHUGH, George farmer Balaklava and Eizabeth McHugh his wife formerly Elizabeth DONOHOO 1878 Memorial 143/313

MCHUGH, George of Mallala Co Gawler. Hundred of Mundoora land grant 1883 Grant Book 14 Page 265 County Daly

MCHUGH, George of the Hundred of Mundoora Co Daly 1883 Memorial 192/346

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

MCHUGH, John farmer Prospect 1859 Memorial 349/148

MCHUGH, John farmer Mallala. Hundred of Grace land grant 1879 Grant Book 27 Page 8 County Gawler

MCHUGH, John the Younger farmer Moolvers?? [possibly in the Hundred of Pekina] 1880 Memorial 18/326

MCHUGH, John farmer Booleroo Hundred of Booleroo land grant 1883 Grant Book 24 Page 628 County Frome

MCILWRAITH, MCEACHARN & Co Pty Ltd of Scottish House 117-119 King William St, Adelaide (Corner of King William and Waymouth Sts) Ground and First Floor plan. Architects Edward, Davies & Claridge 26 Currie St, Adelaide Deposit 30/1911

MCINERHENEY, James the Elder died 1875. He owned Section 23995 Hundred not named. Wife not named. Father of James McInerheney the Younger. Executors; John CANNY and Malachi O'GORMAN. Mary O'Gorman mentioned but not described Memorial 139/279

No 1 - possibly the same person

MCINERHENEY, John farmer Gawler Plains 1853 Memorial 241/54

MCINERHENEY, John labourer Munno Para 1854 Memorial 357/65

MCINERHENEY, John farmer Gilbert River 1861[-1863] Memorial 220/175

No 1

MCINERHENEY, Michael farmer Stansbury. Hundred of Dalrymple land grant 1875 Grant Book 19 Page 135 County Fergusson

MCINERHENEY, Michael publican Stansbury. Minlaton township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 19 Page 196 County Fergusson

No 2

McInerheney, Michael the Younger farmer Saddleworth 1872 Application 12133.

No 1 - perhaps the same person

MCINERHENEY, Thomas farmer Hundred of Lindley Co Burra 1885 Memorial 156/372

MCINERHENEY, Thomas farmer Hundred of Schomburgk Co Burra 1888 Memorial 20/392

No 1 - perhaps the same person

MCINERNEY, Cornelius farmer Kapunda linked with Susan McInerney widow Sour Flat relict of the late Dennis McInerney formerly farmer Sour Flat now deceased 1875 Memorial 104/284

MCINERNEY, Cornelius farmer Hundred of Hallett. Hundred of Hallett land grant 1875 Grant Book 8 Page 117 County Burra

MCINERNEY, Cornelius and Thomas farmers Hundred of English Co Eyre 1885 Memorial 172/370

No 1

MCINERNEY, Denis farmer Allen Creek, died 27/7/1864 intestate, of heart disease, aged 33. His wife, Susan McInerney, lived at Bowden by 1900. His eldest son, Cornelius McInerney, born 28/9/1861, by 1900 of Drayton St, Bowden, out of business, inherited his estate as heir at law. Likely that Denis McInerney was also the father of Mary Ann McInerney spinster Bowden. Denis McInerney also had a spinster sister called Mary McInerney, who died 1878 intestate Applications 23996 & 23997

No 2

MCINERNEY, Denis of Eurelia 1885 Memorial 224/372

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

MCINERNEY, James farmer Kapunda 1855[-1861] Memorial 213/105

MCINERNEY, James farmer Allen Creek 1861 Memorial 68/173

MCINERNEY, James the Elder farmer Allen Creek, died 8/11/1860, of paralysis, aged 74. His son, James McInerney the Younger, died c1875. His son, Patrick James McInerney, died 24/7/1888, of progressive pernicious anaemia, aged 16.5. PJ McInerney's mother called Mary McInerney widow Kapunda 1900 Application 23995

MCINERNEY, Mary widow Hundred of Light 1865 Memorial 323/200

No 2

MCINERNEY, James farmer Black Springs near Kooringa Co Burra. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1882 Grant Book 13 Page 200 County Dalhousie

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

MCINERNEY, John farmer Gawler 1853[-1855] Memorial 274/51

Farmer near Kapunda 1855[-1860] Memorial 235/90

MCINERNEY, John the Elder formerly farmer near Kapunda but now deceased father of John McInerney the Younger and Thomas McInerney farmers near Kapunda 1875 Memorial 154/282

MCINERNEY, John and Thomas farmers near Kapunda 1862 Memorial 180/183

MCINERNEY, John the Younger farmer formerly of Gawler Plains but now of Saddleworth 1874 Application 13591

MCINERNEY, John the Younger farmer Yongola 1893 Memorial 166/418

MCINERNEY, John married Mary O’DEA in 1830 at Kildysart, Co Clare, Ireland. 5 daughters and 2 sons of the marriage. The family emigrated to SA and eventually settled near Kapunda. John McInerney farmer Sections 62, 73 Hundred of Light, Light Scrub, died 20/11/1862 intestate, of fracture of the skull, aged 57, and buried at Gawler. His eldest son and heir at law, Thomas McInerney farmer near Kapunda, was born 5/12/1841 Application 9732

MCINERNEY, John married Mary O’DEA in 1830 at Kildysart, Co Clare, Ireland. 5 daughters and 2 sons of the marriage. The family emigrated to SA and eventually settled near Kapunda. John McInerney farmer Sections 62, 73 Hundred of Light, Light Scrub, died 20/11/1862 intestate, of fracture of the skull, aged 57, and buried at Gawler. His eldest son and heir at law, Thomas McInerney farmer near Kapunda, was born 5/12/1841 Adelaide Applications 9732 & 10518

No 2 - perhaps linked with No 1

MCINERNEY, John farmer near Riverton 1868 Memorial 174/232

MCINERNEY, John farmer near Riverton 1915 Memorial 133/472

No 3

MCINERNEY, John farmer Ulooloo Co Burra. Hundred of Whyte land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 49 County Victoria

No 4

MCINERNEY, John of Yongala. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1881 Grant Book 13 Page 198 County Dalhousie

No 4

MCINERNEY, John farmer Melrose. Hundred of Booleroo land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 623 County Frome

No 5 - perhaps the same person

MCINERNEY, John farmer Tarlee 1909 Application 25615

MCINERNEY, John farmer Rhynie and Nora Mary McInerney his wife 1942 Application 28275

No 1 - perhaps the same person

MCINERNEY, Joseph farmer formerly of Gawler Plains 1854 but now of Manoora 1874 Application 13590

MCINERNEY, Joseph and Patrick McInerney linked with Section 162 Hundred of Palmer Co Newcastle 1890 Memorial 92/408

No 1

MCINERNEY, Michael farmer Gawler Plains 1854 Memorial 65/67

MCINERNEY, Michael farmer near Riverton 1868 Memorial 226/239

MCINERNEY, Michael farmer Riverton 1869 Application 9920

MCINERNEY, Michael farmer Tarlee 1874 Application 14241

MCINERNEY, Michael farmer The Gilbert 1877 Memorial 173/298

MCINERNEY, Michael farmer Tarlee 1896 Application 23134

MCINERNEY, Michael farmer near Tarlee 1900 Memorial 148/440

MCINERNEY, Michael farmer near Tarlee 1901. He could not write Application 24146

No 2

MCINERNEY, Michael farmer Wallaroo Hundred of Cameron land grant 1880 Grant Book 14 Page 439 County Daly

MCINERNEY, Michael Sebastian labourer near Kadina. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1907 Grant Book 14 Page 253 County Daly

MCINERNEY, MJ storekeeper's assistant Petersburg 1889 Memorial 1/399

No 1

MCINERNEY, Patrick labourer O'Halloran Hill 1857 Memorial 325/126

No 2

MCINERNEY, Patrick labourer Armagh 1880 Application 18223

No 1 – perhaps the same person

MCINERNEY, Thomas farmer Hallett. Hundred of Hallett land grant 1874 Grant Book 8 Page 116 County Burra

MCINERNEY, Thomas stockdealer Lancelot. Hundred of Gumbowie land grant 1878 Grant Book 40 Page 38 County Kimberley

MCINERNEY, Thomas farmer Lancelot. Lancelot (Hundred of Gumbowie) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 40 Page 65 County Kimberley

MCINERNEY, Timothy labourer Kapunda 1895 Application 23011

MCINHERNEY, Michael licensed victualler Minlaton 1879 Memorial 4/315

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

MCINHERNY, Michael labourer The Sturt 1861 Application 2490

MCINHERNY, Michael the Elder died 28/11/1883. His widow, Mary McInherney, died 22/12/1885. Their son, Michael McInherny the Younger labourer formerly of The Sturt but now of the Destitute Asylum, North Tce, Adelaide, gave real estate to his nephew, Michael COADY labourer Adelaide 1905 Memorial 202/453

MCINHERNY, Mary widow The Sturt, died 22/12/1885, of morbus cordis, aged 86 Application 25028

MCINHERNY, Michael labourer Sturt River, bought Sections 621, 623 (199 acres) Hundred of Alma in November 1857. On 28/2/1861, Mary McInherny went to look for her husband in the evening, as he had not returned home. She took the grants for the land in her pocket ‘fearing to leave the same in their cottage which is in a lonely situation and that she found here said husband at the house called The Marion Inn, which was very full of persons and … when she got to the said inn she being unable to induce the said Michael McInherny to return home, she remained outside and inside of such inn for a considerable period and ultimately returned home alone late at night, the said Michael Mcinherny not returning until a still later hour and that both deponents had drink during their being in the said inn, and the said Mary McInherny saith that when she got home, she found her pocket had been cut from her dress and that she had not got the said grant the loss of which she then thus first ascertained, and both deponents say that the following day, they made the loss thereof known at the said inn and also informed the police there of and that they have since made every enquiry respecting the said grant and advertised a reward for its recovery, but hitherto have been wholly unsuccessful in their endeavours to obtain it. Statement 28/8/1861. Application 2490

No 1

MCINNES, Allan farmer Naracoorte Hundred of Naracoorte land grant 1876[-1887] Grant Book 50 Page 107 County Robe

No 2

MCINNES, Allan grazier Aberdeen near Kooringa 1927 Memorial 38/497

MCINNES, Allan formerly grazier Aberdeen near Kooringa but now farmer Callington on the Bremer 1937 Memorial 10/511

No 1

MCINNIS, Angus farmer Cape Jervis Hundred of Waitpinga land grant 1878 Grant Book 37 Page 157 County Hindmarsh

MCINNES, Angus farmer Cape Jervis 1884 Application 20298

MCINNES, Angus farmer Hawker 1888 Memorial 174/394

No 2

MCINNES, Angus labourer Naracoorte Hundred of Naracoorte land grant 1898 Grant Book 50 Page 117 County Robe

No 1

MCINNES, Charles labourer Portland Estate, died 22/3/1881 intestate. Letters of administration to James McInnes labourer Pt Adelaide to settle the estate Memorial 68/354

MCINNES, Charles labourer Portland Estate, died 22/3/1881. All his children were under 21 when their father died. James McInnes labourer Portland Estate appointed administrator of the estate until one of the children turned 21 Memorial 23/355

No 2

MCINNES, Charles carpenter Framlingham Vic Hundred of Binnum land grant 1875 Grant Book 29 Page 142 County MacDonnell

MCINNES, D of Crower near Robe S-E 1884 Memorial 244/356

No 1

MCINNES, Donald stockowner Mingbool Hundred of Mingbool land grant 1876 Grant Book 31 Page 122 County Grey

MCINNES, Donald station manager Mingbool Hundred of Mingbool land grant 1877 Grant Book 31 Page 122 County Grey

MCINNES, Donald manager near Lucindale 1883 Memorial 101/352

No 2 - perhaps the same person

MCINNES, Donald of Quorn 1888 Memorial 104/389

MCINNES, Donald miner Acacia Dam 1891 Memorial 11/410

No 1

MCINNIS, Farquhar yeoman Kincraig near Narracoorte Creek 1863 Memorial 8/189

MCINNES, Farquhar yeoman Kincraig 1871 Memorial 99/257

MCINNES, Farquhar farmer and carrier Naracoorte Co Robe. Hundred of Tatiara land grant 1884 Grant Book 7 Page 13 County Buckingham

No 1

MCINNES, Finlay carrier Kincraig near Narracoorte Creek 1862[-1867] Memorial 40/189

MCINNES, Finlay labourer Narracoorte 1871 Memorial 99/257

MCINNES, Finlay labourer Narracoorte, died 6/4/1876 intestate. His estate worth £80. His widow, Flora McInnes, still lived in Narracoorte in 1888 Memorial 211/393

MCINNES, Flora widow Naracoorte Hundred of Naracoorte land grant 1876 Grant Book 50 Page 106 County Robe

MCINNES, George Robert labourer Kingston S-E 1935[-1938] Memorial 170/508, Application 28125

No 1

MCINNES, James farmer near Kooringa Hundred of Ayers land grant 1877 Grant Book 56 Page 194 County Stanley

No 2

MCINNES, James labourer Portland Estate 1883 Memorial 9/355

MCINNES, Jane Elizabeth spinster Narracoorte 1906 Application 25264

No 1 - perhaps the same person; perhaps the Elder

MCINNES, John of Mosquito Plains 1854 Memorial 306/80

MCINNES, John farmer Kincraig 1872 Application 12064

MCINNES, John farmer Kincraig Hundred of Naracoorte land grant 1876[-1880] Grant Book 50 Page 108 County Robe

MCINNES, John farmer near Narracoorte 1880 Memorial 148/324

MCINNES, John farmer Narracoorte 1880 Application 18047

MCINNES, John the Elder gentleman Narracoorte. Angus McInnes mentioned but not described 1882 Memorial 63/341

No 2 - the Younger

MCINNES, John the Younger labourer Naracoorte Hundred of Naracoorte land grant 1898 Grant Book 50 Page 117 County Robe

No 3

MCINNES, John sheep farmer Mt Muirhead 1873 Memorial 5/267

MCINNES, John sheep farmer Mt Muirhead 1874 Application 20302

No 1

MCINNES, Lachlan labourer Mosquito Plains 1868 Memorial 250/228

MCINNES, Lachlan farmer Naracoorte Hundred of Naracoorte land grant 1876 Grant Book 50 Page 106 County Robe

MCINNES, Lachlan farmer Baker Range Lucindale (Hundred of Joyce) township allotment land grant 1877 Grant Book 50 Page 131a County Robe

MCINNES, Malcolm formerly sheep farmer Crower near Robe but now gentleman Rose Bark Centre St, Brighton Vic 1883 Memorial 233/348

MCINNES, Neil farmer Hundred of Hynam Hundred of Hynam land grant 1874 Grant Book 29 Page 163 County MacDonnell

MCINNES, Samuel George Douglas labourer Robe S-E, died 11/6/1915 Reedy Creek near Robe intestate. Husband of Ethel Maud McInnes Memorial 75/473
MCINNES, William Roy fisherman Robe 1946 Application 28463

MCINTIRE, Edward storekeeper Norwood 1855[-1856] Memorial 213/93

MCINTIRE, Martin gentleman Adelaide 1856 Memorial 87/98

No 1

MCINTOSH, Daniel and Samuel farmers Tickera of Pt Elliston 1885 Memorial 29/364

MCINTOSH, Daniel farmer Tickera 1888[-1893] Memorial 227/391

MCINTOSH, Daniel farmer Brucefield. Hundred of Tickera land grant 1908 Grant Book 14 Page 222 County Daly

No 1

MCINTOSH, Donald sheepfarmer Point Sturt Hundred of Nangkita land grant 1860 Grant Book 37 Page 58 County Hindmarsh

MCINTOSH, Donald farmer Rock Bank Langhorne Creek 1862 Memorial 43/183

No 1

MCINTOSH, John and William Esquires Mosquito Plains 1861 Memorial 111/174

MCkINTOSH, John sheep farmer Mosquito Plains, power of attorney to his brother, William MCINTOSH sheep farmer Mosquito Plains, to manage the sale of Naracoorte Station (freehold and leasehold) to Thomas MAGAREY of Adelaide, and attend to any other SA business affairs 8/7/1861 Deposit 104/1861

No 2

MCINTOSH, John farmer Melrose and Mary Maude McIntosh his wife 1905 Memorial 128/453

MCINTOSH, John farmer Melrose and Mary Maude McIntosh his wife 1919 Memorial 154/478

MCINTOSH, Malcolm of Pinnaroo 1914 Memorial 43/471

MCINTOSH, Samuel manager Markaranka Co and inspector Village Associations of North-West Bend. Waikerie (Hundred of Waikerie) township allotment land grant 1904 Grant Book 3 Page 96 County Albert

MCINTOSH, Thomas labourer Mil Lel and Mary McIntosh his wife 1923 Memorial 159/488

No 1 - perhaps the same person

MCINTOSH, William of Mosquito Creek near Robe 1850 Enrolment 10/42

MCINTOSH, William publican Naracoorte 1851 Memorial 74/37

MCINTOSH, William of Narracoorte Station, Co Robe 1854 Memorial 306/80

MCINTOSH, William of Narracint Mosquito Plains 1858 Memorial 207/142

MCINTOSH, William stockholder Mosquito Plains 1863. Mosquito Plains Presbyterian Church trustee Application 4036

MCINTOSH, William commission agent Narracoort 1880 Application 18815

MCINTOSH, William sheep farmer Narracoorte 1882 Memorial 85/341

MCINTOSH, William agent Narracoorte 1888 Application 21475

No 1

MCINTOSH, William Charles farmer Kalangadoo 1896[-1897] Memorial 42/429

MCINTOSH, William Charles farmer Kalangadoo Hundred of Grey land grant 1898 Grant Book 30 Page 337 County Grey

No 2

MCINTOSH, William Charles farmer Lochaber Hundred of Riddoch land grant 1900 Grant Book 31 Page 357 County Grey

MCINTIRE, Edward storekeeper Norwood 1855 Memorial 213/93

No 1

MCINTYRE, Albert Charles grazier Robe S-E and Annie May McIntyre his wife 1928 Memorial 120/499

MCINTYRE, Albert Charles grazier Robe S-E 1933 Memorial 109/506

No 1

MCINTYRE, Andrew doctor of medicine North Adelaide 1864 Memorial 281/196

MCINTYRE, Andrew doctor of medicine formerly of Brougham Place, North Adelaide but then of 29 Gibson St, Hillhead Patich, Glasgow, Co Midlothian, Scotland, died c1883. Estate worth £25,000 Memorial 34/356

MCINTYRE, Andrew doctor of medicine Brougham Place, North Adelaide, died 25/10/1883 29 Gibson St, Hillhead, Partick, Scotland, of phthisis pulmonalis, and pleurisy with effusion, aged 53. His nephew Angus McINTYRE present at the death. Parents - Duncan McIntyre slater and plasterer and Ann THOBURN previously McINTYRE nee McFARLANE - both deceased Deposit 44/1884

No 2

MCINTYRE, Andrew, Henry Strype ANTHONY and William Polhill WICKSTEED brewers Adelaide, operating the Adelaide Brewery Pirie St, Adelaide, power of attorney to each other to act on behalf of any other when he is out of the province 9/2/1883 Deposit 105/1883

No 1

MCINTYRE, Donald farmer Mt Gambier Hundred of Gambier land grant 1858 Grant Book 30 Page 91 County Grey

MCINTYRE, Donald farmer Section 362 near Mt Gambier 1860 Memorial 166/166

No 2

MCINTYRE, Donald formerly station hand but now labourer Narracoorte 1919. A bachelor. His brother, Alexander McIntyre (a station hand in 1880), died 19/7/1898 Morgan, of injuries from accidentally falling over the railway bridge, aged about 60 - no other details in his death certificate. Their father, Norman McIntyre labourer Narracoorte, died 2/5/1880. His estate worth £1,550 Application 26761

No 1

MCINTYRE, Duncan storekeeper's assistant Wonoka. Hawker (Hundred of Wonoka) township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 5 Page 9 County Blachford

No 2

MCINYTRE, Duncan watchmaker Kapunda 1883 Memorial 240/352

MCINTYRE, Duncan watchmaker Kapunda 1885 Application 20724

MCINTYRE, Florence May spinster Lake Hawdon near Robe S-E 1932 Memorial 182/505

No 1

MCINTYRE, John carpenter Moorooroo Co Light 1848 Memorial 128/11

MCINTYRE, John farmer formerly of the Hundred of Moorooroo but now of near Lyndoch Valley 1859 Memorial 123/152

MCINTYRE, John farmer Rowlands Flat 1859 Memorial 214/153

MCINTYRE, John farmer Lyndoch Valley married 30/10/1840 to Jane nee POTTER. Four children of the marriage - William McIntyre born 14/10/1845, Christina McIntyre born 28/5/1843, Ann McIntyre born 10/4/1850 and Mary McIntyre born 19/2/1857. Anne McIntyre married Henry James LAWES farmer Sandy Creek on 21/8/1873. Jane McIntyre was a widow of Gawler when she gave the above information 1893 Application 22557

No 2

MCINTYRE, John farmer Mt Torrens 1853 Memorial 306/52

Farmer Mt Charles near Mt Torrens 1853 Memorial 343/52

MCINTYRE, John farmer Mt Charles near Mt Torrens 1853 Memorial 154/61

No 3

MCINTYRE, John, Patrick and Thomas farmers Adelaide 1856 Memorial 111/104

No 4

MCINTYRE, John stockholder Mt Schank, about to depart from the province for a time, power of attorney to Samuel TOMKINSON Esquire Adelaide, to manage his considerable SA business affairs 17/3/1860 Deposit 164/1862

MCINTYRE, John stockholder formerly of Mt Schank but now in parts beyond the seas 1863 Memorial 164/191

MCINTYRE, John sheep farmer Mt Schank Run South-East SA, retired to Scotland unmarried. John McIntyre of 2 Westerton Villa, Bridge of Allan, parish of Logie, Co Perth, died 10/6/1882 at 7.20am, of old age. His housekeeper, Elizabeth STOCKER informed the death. He had an annuity of £250 from the Glencoe Run as well for life (under the will of Edward John Leake), transmitted by bank draft of the Adelaide Branch of the Bank of Australasia Application 22118

No 5 – perhaps the same person

MCINTYRE, John farmer Mt Rufus Hundred of Neales land grant 1881 Grant Book 17 Page 198 County Eyre

MCINTYRE, John of the Hundred of Lindley 1886 Memorial 211/385

MCINTYRE, John farmer Hundred of Lindley 1897 Memorial 130/430

MCINTYRE, Lewis James carpenter 580 Brighton Road, Seacliff and Lena Rosalind McIntyre his wife 1954 Memorial 89/529

MCINTYRE, Margaret later wife of Andrew BRAKENRIDGE farmer Killolan Mt Torrens 1849. Likely to be a relative to John MCINTYRE farmer Balhannah/Mt Torrens 1849 Memorial 453/18

No 1 - perhaps the same person

MCINTYRE, Martin labourer Adelaide 1852 Memorial 461/40

MCINTYRE, Martin farmer Peachey Belt 1861 Application 2401

MCINTYRE, Martin farmer Warnertown. Warnertown (Hundred of Napperby) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 60 Page 416 County Victoria

MCINTYRE, Martin James (commonly known as Martin McIntyre) farmer Hundred of Napperby, died c1895. Husband of Johanna Elizabeth McIntyre Memorial 237/433

MCINTYRE, Martin farmer Napperby had died by 1899. Executrix – Johanna Elizabeth widow Hundred of Napperby 1897 Grant Book 60 Page 395 County Victoria

No 1

MCINTYRE, Norman gentleman Kincraig 1868 Memorial 56/235

MCINTYRE, Norman labourer Narracoorte, died 2/5/1880. Executors were his sons - Alexander McIntyre and Donald McIntyre station hands Narracoorte Memorial 79/323

MCINTYRE, Patrick farmer Adelaide 1852 Memorial 10/52

No 1

MCINTYRE, Peter, MCINTYRE, John and MCDONALD, Alexander shepherds near Truro 1865 Application 6737

No 1

MCINTYRE, Peter sheepfarmer Lake Hawdon near Robe S-E 1909[-1924] Memorial 159/460

MCINTYRE, Peter grazier Lake Hawdon Station near Robe S-E, died 5/6/1932. Wife and children mentioned but not named Memorial 101/506

MCINTYRE, PM grazier Robe S-E 1945 Memorial 130/519

No 1

MCINTYRE, Robert sawyer Echunga 1875 Memorial 36/284

MCINTYRE, Robert farmer Echunga 1878 Memorial 95/310

MCINTYRE, Samuel James grazier Lake Hawdon near Robe S-E 1932 Memorial 166/520

No 1

MCINTYRE, Terence farmer Gawler Plains 1861 Memorial 135/183

MCINTYRE, Terence farmer Para Plains 1889 Memorial 210/398

No 1

MCINTYRE, William farmer Lyndoch Valley (about to depart from the said province to Victoria) son of the late John McIntyre formerly of Lyndoch Valley (who died 20/2/1866) linked with Jane McIntyre widow Gawler. The John McIntyres also had two daughters - Christina McIntyre spinster Gawler and Anne LAWES wife of Henry James Lawes farmer Sandy Creek 1879 Memorial 47 & 48/314

MCINTYRE, William farmer Lyndoch Valley, about to depart from the province, power of attorney to Jane McINTYRE widow Gawler, to manage his SA business affairs, including recovering money from Joseph BARRITT Esquire Riverside, Lyndoch, when he bought at public auction (through C Von Bertouch 1/4/1878) Sections 2700 and 566 Hundred of Barossa, part of the estate of John McINTYRE farmer Lyndoch Valley (William McINTYRE’s father) 17/2/1879 Deposit 50/1879

No 2

MCINTYRE, William farm hand Keith. Keith (Hundred of Stirling) township allotment land grant 1908 Grant Book 7 Page 98 County Buckingham

No 1

MCIVOR, Alexander farmer Peweena near Mt Gambier. Hundred of Young land grant 1890 Grant Book 30 Page 126 County Grey

MCIVOR, Alexander farmer Tarpeena, had died by 1904. Executor – William SUTTON sheepfarmer near Mt Gambier Grant Book 30 Page 131 County Grey

No 1

MCIVOR, Arthur farmer near Redbanks 1879 Memorial 206/315

MCIVOR, Arthur farmer Pinkerton Plains 1880 Memorial 96/494

No 1

MCIVOR, Daniel farmer Redbanks Hundred of Alma land grant 1877 Grant Book 26 Page 99 County Gawler

MCIVOR, Daniel farmer Mallala 1880 Memorial 227/320

MCIVOR, Daniel farmer Mallala 1881 Application 18415

No 1 - probably the same person

MCIVOR, Finlay farmer Willunga 1851[-1858] Memorial 91/34

MCIVOR, Finlay farmer Aldinga 1856 Memorial 57/106

MCIVOR, Finlay farmer Mt Gambier 1861 Application 2356

MCIVOR, Finlay farmer Mt Gambier Hundred of Jessie land grant 1879 Grant Book 50 Page 259 County Robe

MCKAIL, John Esquire King George Sound WA 1865 Application 6088

MCKAY, Albert Thomas master tailor Sydney NSW 1914 Application 26415

MCKAY, Amy Agnes spinster Penola 1945 Application 28414

No 1 – perhaps the Elder

MCKAY, Archibald farmer Clare Co Stanley. Hundred of Mannanarie 1879 Grant Book 13 Page 79 County Dalhousie

MCKAY, Archibald farmer Mannanarie. Hundred of Mannanarie land grant 1884 Grant Book 13 Page 84 County Dalhousie

No 2 – the Younger

MCKAY, Archibald the Younger farmer Hundred of Yongala Co Dalhousie 1890 Memorial 127/406

MCKAY, Archibald the Younger farmer Hundred of Mannanarie Co Dalhousie 1893 Memorial 24/417

MCKAY, Archibald farmer Hundred of Warrow 1905 Memorial 207/453

MCKAY, Clement Waterson shipping clerk May Tce, Albert Park 1944 Memorial 180/518

No 1

MCKAY, Donald blacksmith Penola 1895 Memorial 27/427

MCKAY, Donald farmer Monbulla near Penola and Margaret McKay his wife 1896 Memorial 19/427

MCKAY, Charles fisherman Pt Noarlunga. Hundred of Kuitpo land grant 1859 Grant Book 1 Page 303 County Adelaide

MCKAY, Elizabeth Waters spinster Naracoorte. Hundred of Killanoola land grant 1884 Grant Book 50 Page 155 County Robe

No 1

MCKAY, Evan carpenter Auburn 1863[-1876] Memorial 58/192

MCKAY, Evan carpenter formerly of Auburn 1863 but now of Mt Remarkable 1876 Application 15452

No 1

MCKAY, Finlay of Mt Gambier 1860 Memorial 126/164

MCKAY, Finlay blacksmith Mt Gambier 1861[-1877] Memorial 173/175, Application 2635

MCKAY, Finlay blacksmith Mt Gambier linked with William McKay licensed victualler Mt Gambier 1871 Memorial 117/256

MCKAY, Finlay blacksmith Mt Gambier 1876 Application 15342

MCKAY, George mariner Pt Adelaide 1849[-1876] Memorial 404/17

No 1

MCKAY, Gordon stockholder Hutt River 1847 Memorial 138/8

MCKAY, Gordon Esquire Armagh near Clare 1863 Memorial 272/191

MCKAY, Griffith master mariner Pt Adelaide 1876[-1897] Memorial 202/291

No 1

MCKAY, Hugh gentleman Kincraig 1867 Memorial 78/223

MCKAY, Hugh gentleman Narracoorte and Elizabeth McKay his wife 1881 Application 18933

No 1 - possibly the same person

MCKAY, James currier Hindmarsh 1878[-1900] Memorial 194/309

MCKAY, James old age pensioner Osmond St, Hindmarsh, died 6/7/1942 Memorial 156/516

No 2

MCKAY, James farmer near Yankalilla 1879 Memorial 13/313

MCKAY, James farmer Yankalilla 1880 Application 18110

No 3

MCKAY, James labourer Yongala. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1906 Grant Book 13 Page 209 County Dalhousie

No 1

MCKAY, John carrier Kincraig near Narracoorte Creek 1864 Memorial 139/196

MCKAY, John storeman Yatala nr Pt Adelaide 1881 Application 18669

No 2

MCKAY, John blocker Yongala. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1907 Grant Book 13 Page 209 County Dalhousie

MCKAY, Neil farmer Clare 1861 Memorial 92/172

MCKAY, Perry Phillips cabinetmaker Adelaide 1851 Memorial 471/29

MCKAY, Robert William blacksmith Armagh 1954 Memorial 123/529

No 1 - likely to be the same person

MCKAY, Thomas tanner Hindmarsh 1846 Memorial 114/8

MCKAY, Thomas tanner Thebarton 1857[-1863] Memorial 176/133

No 2

MCKAY, Thomas farmer Little Para 1849 Memorial 438/33

MCKAY, Thomas farmer Summerhill Farm Little Para 1852 Memorial 328/45

No 3 - likely to be the same person

MCKAY, Thomas farmer near Clare 1859 Application 599

MCKAY, Thomas farmer Armagh near Clare 1866 Memorial 185/211

MCKAY, Thomas farmer near Clare Hundred of Boucaut land grant 1880 Grant Book 55 Page 35 County Stanley

MCKAY, Thomas farmer formerly of Armagh near Clare but now of Snowtown 1884 Memorial 158/355

No 1 – perhaps Thomas Hugh McKay FIND CHECK RUN

MCKAY, Thomas farmer Kadina. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1904 Grant Book 14 Page 251 County Daly

MCKAY, Thomas Hugh farmer near Kadina. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1911 Grant Book 14 Page 255 County Daly

No 1

MCKAY, William licensed victualler Mt Gambier 1870[-1871] Memorial 246/248

MCKAY, William licensed victualler formerly of Richmond Vic but now of Mt Gambier 1882 Memorial 127/341

MCKAY, William formerly licensed victualler Richmond Vic, but now of Mt Gambier, about to depart for parts beyond the sea, power of attorney to John WATSON newspaper proprietor Mt Gambier, to manage his SA real estate 3/5/1882 Deposit 129/1882

No 2

MCKAY, William carter Adelaide 1877 Memorial 9/337

No 1

MCKAY, William Gordon farmer Clare 1849 Memorial 221/14

MCKAY, William Gordon stockholder Hutt River 1852 Memorial 144/43 Farmer Clare 1854 Memorial 165/69

No 2 - likely to be a continuation of No 1

MCKAY, William Gordon licensed victualler Clare 1854 Memorial 153/71

MCKEAND, Alexander farmer formerly of Edinburgh, Co Midlothian, Scotland, but now of Adelaide 1840 He bought Section 19, 100 acres of land near Gawler, in partnership with James Johnston DUNCAN. Esquire Sturt River 1841, when he sold JJ Duncan’s family his interest in the land for £410. Application 9677

MCKEAND, Alexander Esquire Maryfield near Adelaide 1841[-1844] Memorial 36/29

No 1

MCKEAND, Andrew storekeeper Penola 1864[-1876] Memorial 109/200

MCKEAND, Andrew mail contractor Penola 1880 Memorial 44/328

MCKEAND, Andrew storekeeper Penola 1889 Application 21611

MCKEAND, David farmer Nantawarra Hundred of Booleroo land grant 1885 Grant Book 24 Page 628 County Frome

MCKEAND, Nicholas W of Gillap 1887[-1888]

Memorial 139/384

No 1

MCKECHNIE, James surgeon brother to Peter McKechnie 1841 Memorial 19/244

No 2

MCKECHNIE, James sheepfarmer Pt Lincoln Hundred of Hutchison land grant 1856 Grant Book 21 Page 21 County Flinders

MCKECHNIE, James sheep farmer Franklin Harbour 1867 Memorial 73/219

MCKECHNIE, James sheepfarmer Franklin Harbour Hundred of Hutchison land grant 1868 Grant Book 21 Page 85 County Flinders

McKECHNIE, Donald (died 31/10/1869) and James McKECHNIE (died 12/10/1869) natives of Inverary, Co Argyll, Scotland, but farmers near Franklin Harbour SA for many years. Brothers to Margaret Glen nee McKechnie, wife of John Glen flesher and cattle dealer Helensburgh, Co Dumbarton, Scotland. James, Donald and Margaret McKechnie were children of farmer John McKechnie of Kilblaan, Inverary parish, Co Argyll, Scotland and Lilias McINTYRE. Margaret McKechnie married 29/10/1818 Inverary, to John Glen of Helensburgh. Margaret Glen died 24/8/1867, at 54 West Princes St, Helensburgh, of debility, aged 70. John and Margaret Glen had four living children 1867 - Margaret Murray (born 13/10/1829), wife of William MURRAY, and Jean Murray, wife of John Murray, both families of Snake Valley, Caringham Vic. The John Glens were also parents of James Glen, boatbuilder Helensburgh, Co Dumbarton, Scotland and his sister Lillias COLQUHOUN widow of Joseph Colquhoun ship’s carpenter Helensborough, who had remained in Scotland. The four children had another brother, William Glen, a seaman, who had died on board a ship at Calcutta 8/6/1845 unmarried, of a fever which lasted 10 days. He had been born 11/6/1823. The captain also died in Calcutta. The ship arrived back in London 21/11/1845. The four surviving Glen children had a claim to their uncles’ estates in SA, in lieu of their late mother, according to SA law. Power of attorney to Thomas ELDER and Robert Barr SMITH 21/1/1870 to arrange for the children to acquire their inheritance. Deposit 114/1870

MCKECHNIE, Duncan retired farmer 37 Morrison St, Glasgow, Co Lanark, Scotland, power of attorney to Elder, Smith & Co, merchants Adelaide, to manage the estate of James and Donald McKECHNIE stockholders deceased Franklin Harbour 21/1/1870. By 15/12/1871, Duncan McKECHNIE’s 2nd son, James McKechnie, formerly of Trinidad, West Indies, but now of Glasgow, Co Lanark, Scotland, intended to go to SA, and would take over administration of the estate. However, on 20/2/1873, Duncan McKechnie revoked his son’s attorneyship ‘for certain good causes’, and made Elder, Smith & Co the attorneys again. On 7/2/1872, Peter McKECHNIE sheep farmer Franklin Harbour, took out letters of administration for his brother James’s deceased estate, which was worth £20,000 Deposits 114/1870, 106/1872, 106/1873

No 1 - probably the same person

MCKECHNIE, JH clerk to Messrs BONNAR & WHITBY solicitors Mt Barker 1865 Memorial 322/205

MCKECHNIE, James Herbertson accountant Medindie 1894 Memorial 56/421

No 1

MCKECHNIE, John of Riverton 1874 Memorial 93/275

MCKECHNIE, John storekeeper Riverton, an insolvent by 1875 Memorial 129/282

No 2

MCKECHNIE, John chemist Adelaide and James Herbertson McKechnie accountant Medindie executors under the will of the late William Cormack MOWAT formerly gentleman Adelaide now deceased 1894 Memorial 56/421

No 1

MCKECHNIE, James Willcox machinist Mt Barker 1862 Application 3327

MCKECHNIE, James Willcox clerk of the local court Pt Wakefield 1883 Memorial 51/352

No 1

MCKECHNIE, Peter sheep farmer formerly of Pt Lincoln 1856 but now of Franklin Harbour 1872 Application 11883

MCKECHNIE, Peter sheep farmer Franklin Harbour eldest brother and one of the next of kin of the late James McKechnie formerly sheep farmer Franklin Harbour now deceased intestate. P McKechnie obtained letters of administration to settle his late brother's estate 1872 Memorial 240/257

mCKECHNIE, John carrier, later farmer Kilblaan m Lillias McINTYRE both of the parish of Inverary. John McKECHNIE died 4/4/1824 Kilblaan, aged 49, and his wife Lillias died there 8/3/1832, aged 60. They had 6 children - Margaret born 1/4/1796, who m John GLEN flesher Helensburgh, Co Dumbarton; Duncan McKECHNIE born 1/5/1801; John McKECHNIE born 3/6/1802 died 11/8/1838 Kilblaan unmarried; Donald McKECHNIE born 27/7/1804 died 31/10/1869 Franklin Harbour; James McKECHNIE born 29/7/1809 died 12/10/1869 Franklin Harbour; Peter McKECHNIE born 13/3/1817 emigrated with his brothers to SA, lived at Franklin Harbour and Adelaide, but returned to Scotland. Peter McINTYRE wright and church beadle Inverary, aged 76, gave this information on 19/1/1870. One of the oldest inhabitants of Inverary now alive. He was likely to have been a nephew of Lillias McKECHNIE nee McINTYRE Deposit 118/1870

MCKECHNIE, Peter gentleman formerly of Adelaide, late of Duncorval Villa, Busby, near Glasgow, Scotland, died 8/9/1879. The Scottish Trustees gave power of attorney to Thomas ELDER and Robert BARR SMITH Esquires Adelaide, to sell the real estate and settle all business matters in SA 18/11/1879 Deposit161/1880

No 1

MCKEE, Samuel smelter Victoria township near Kapunda 1858 Memorial 234/146

MCKEE, Samuel labourer Kapunda 1862 Memorial 258/182

No 1

MCKEEVOR, Patrick James gentleman Adelaide 1861-1862] Memorial 314/179

MCKEEVOR, Patrick James gentleman [formerly of Adelaide but now of] Hindmarsh 1863 Memorial 26/197

MCKEEVOR, Patrick James gentleman [formerly of Hindmarsh but now of] Croydon 1869 Memorial 98/237

MCKEEVER, Mary spinster 7 Cavendish Row, Dublin, Co Dublin, Ireland, power of attorney to William A DEMPSEY Childers St, Adelaide, and Edward White O’HALLORAN Waymouth St, Adelaide, to claim her legal entitlement to the estate of her brother, Patrick James McKEEVER of Adelaide, who died 21/3/1883 intestate, leaving a wife but no children. The attorneys had to sell the estate and remit the profits to Ireland 2/3/1885. Deposit 44/1886.

No 1

MCKELL, John engineer Alberton 1898[-1900] Memorial 141/436

MCKELL, John millwright Pt Adelaide 1913 Memorial 137/468

MCKELL, John millwright Pt Adelaide and Sarah Amelia McKell his wife 1916 Application 26496

MCKELLAR, Dugald squatter Tatharra 1857 Memorial 87/118

No 1

MCKENDRICK, David shipwright Pt Adelaide 1860[-1882] Application 1420

MCKENDRICK, David shipbuilder Pt Adelaide 1875 Memorial 3/284

MCKENDRICK, David licensed victualler Lord Exmouth Hotel Glanville 1883 Memorial 69/354

MCKENDRICK, David shipwright Pt Adelaide 1884 Application 20325

MCKENNA, Catherine spinster Hundred of Moockra linked with David McKenna mentioned but not described 1888 Memorial 192/389

No 1 - perhaps the same person

MCKENNA, James labourer Clare 1864 Memorial 8/198

MCKENNA, James labourer Hammond 1887 Memorial 21/386

MCKENNALL, Mary spinster Thebarton 1846 Memorial 9/287

MCKENNY, Andrew William farmer Melville Hundred of Melville land grant 1881[-1888] Grant Book 19 Page 84 County Fergusson

MCKENNY, Andrew farmer near Stockport on the Gilbert Hundred of Melville land grant 1878 Grant Book 19 Page 81 County Fergusson

MCKENNY, Clifford Seymour butcher Nairne 1926 Memorial 91/496

MCKENNY, George Welham Henry out of business 81 King William Rd, Hyde Park 1953 Application 29020

MCKENNY, Thomas teamster formerly of Smith Creek Hundred of Waterloo land grant 1858 Grant Book 44 Page 355 County Light

MCKENOW, Robert labourer Piltimetiappa near Burra 1874 Memorial 35/273

No 1

MCKENZIE, Alexander farmer Aldinga Plains 1854 Hundred of Yankalilla land grant Memorial 207/78

MCKENZIE, Alexander farmer Section 670 Aldinga Plains 1855 Memorial 296/80

MCKENZIE, Alexander farmer formerly of Aldinga Plains but now of Rapid Bay 1856 Memorial 57/113

MCKENZIE, Alexander farmer formerly of the Aldinga Plains 1854 but now of Rapid Bay 1864 Application 5512

MCKENZIE, Alexander farmer The Springs near Rapid Bay 1875 Memorial 123/285

MCKENZIE, Alexander the Elder farmer Gum Flat Hundred of Minlacowie land grant 1877 Grant Book 19 Page 251 County Fergusson

No 2

MCKENZIE, Alexander the Younger farmer Rapid Bay Hundred of Moorowie land grant 1877 Grant Book 19 Page 33 County Fergusson

MCKENZIE, Alexander the Younger farmer Gum Flat Hundred of Minlacowie land grant 1878 Grant Book 19 Page 253 County Fergusson

MCKENZIE, Alexander the Younger farmer Rapid Bay Hundred of Minlacowie land grant 1881 Grant Book 19 Page 256 County Fergusson

No 3

MCKENZIE, Alexander formerly gentleman Stepney 1855 but now drover Riverton 1869 Application 10141

No 4

MCKENZIE, Alexander licensed victualler Adelaide linked with Donald McKenzie sheep farmer Tapaulin Murray River NSW 1865 Memorial 124/201

No 5

MCKENZIE, Alexander labourer Brompton 1877 Application 16471

No 6 - perhaps the same person

MCKENZIE, Alexander woolsorter Bundaleer Yacka (Hundred of Yackamoorundie) township allotment land grant 1875 Grant Book 56 Page 109 County Stanley

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

MCKENZIE, Alexander farmer Koolunga Hundred of Coomooroo land grant 1882 Book 13 Page 261 County Dalhousie

MCKENZIE, Alexander farmer Coomooroo 1882 Book 13 Page 261 County Dalhousie

No 7 – perhaps a continuation of No 6

MCKENZIE, Alexander gentleman North Adelaide 1882 Book 13 Page 262 County Dalhousie

MCKENZIE, Allan Birker and David McKenzie the Younger farmers Franklin Harbour 1891 Memorial 156/410

MCKENZIE, Andrew overseer near Riverton Hundred of Dalkey land grant 1881 Grant Book 26 Page 231 County Gawler

No 1

MCKENZIE, Archibald farmer Mingbool 1870 Memorial 82/266

Formerly farmer Mingbool but now innkeeper Mt Gambier 1873 Memorial 83/266

MCKENZIE, Archibald innkeeper Mt Gambier 1874[-1891] Memorial 233/271, Application 18646

MCKENZIE, Archibald licensed victualler Mt Gambier Hundred of Young land grant 1891 Grant Book 30 Page 126 County Grey

MCKENZIE, Archibald hotelkeeper Mt Gambier, died 28/6/1895. Husband of Catherine McKenzie. Estate worth £6,000 Memorial 243/440

No 1

MCKENZIE, Archival Roy farmer One Tree Hill in the Sources of the Little Para linked with Amelia M cKenzie widow Humbug Scrub 1930 Memorial 60/503

MCKENZIE, Archival Roy farmer One Tree Hill in the Sources of the Little Para, died 31/3/1947. Husband of Dorothy Townsend McKenzie. Brother of Gordon Howard McKenzie farmer One Tree Hill Memorial 110/522

No 1

MCKENZIE, Colin labourer Stepney 1854 Memorial 470/74

No 2

MCKENZIE, Colin farmer Hindmarsh Valley 1855[-1865] Memorial 65/91

No 3

MCKENZIE, Colin farmer Hundred of Curramulka 1886 Memorial 116/378

No 1

MCKENZIE, D of Franklin Harbour Hundred of Hawker Co Jervois 1883 Memorial 135/350

MCKENZIE, D JP farmer Franklin Harbour 1902 Memorial 87/445

No 1

MCKENZIE, D orchardist Clare 1910 Memorial 65/464

No 1

MCKENZIE, David farmer Yabmana and Mary Blair McKenzie his wife Cowell (Hundred of Playford) township allotment land grant 1884 Grant Book 39 Page 83 County Jervois

No 2

MCKENZIE, David farmer Koolywurtie linked with James McKenzie farmer Minlaton 1889 Memorial 202/395

No 1

MCKENZIE, Donald stockholder Murray River 1854 Memorial 228/73

MCKENZIE, Donald formerly stockholder Murray River 1854 but now shepherd Paddy Plains near Truro 1872 Application 11871

No 2

MCKENZIE, Donald and Duncan farmers Aldinga 1856 Memorial 57/106

MCKENZIE, Donald farmer Sellick Hill, died c1871. His whole estate in trust to his wife, Christina McKenzie, during her widowhood, then to their children according to instructions in the will - eldest son Roderick McKenzie, Duncan McKenzie, John McKenzie, Kenneth McKenzie and youngest son Alexander Malcolm McKenzie, and daughter Jessie McKenzie. Malcolm McKenzie of Strathalbyn to be one of the executors Memorial 209/255

MCKENZIE, Christina widow Sellick Hill linked with Malcolm McKenzie farmer near Strathalbyn 1872 Memorial 231/263

MCKENZIE, Christina widow Queenstown 1896 Memorial 32/428

No 2

MCKENZIE, Donald farmer Little Para 1857 Memorial 163/116

No 3

MCKENZIE, Donald squatter Tapalan/Tapaton NSW, died 16/2/1872. He left £200 to his faithful housekeeper, Sarah HUSSEY. D McKenzie probably related to Alexander McKenzie licensed victualler Adelaide, who inherited his Hindley St land Memorial 18/264

McKENZIE, Donald squatter Tapolan NSW, died 16/2/1872. Estate in NSW and SA to be sold and the proceeds distributed equally to his brother, George Mckenzie Urray Cottage, near Beauly, Co Ross, sister Grace McKenzie spinster Blackwells, near Dingwall, Co Ross, Scotland, and nephew Murdo BEATON still a school pupil (his father Alexander Beaton was tutor, curator and administrator for his son, at Blackwells). The Scottish family appointed Samuel TOMKINSON Esquire Manager of the Bank of Australasia Adelaide and John Patrick BALBIRNIE-VAUS Esquire Manager of the Bank of Adelaide to deal with the executors and arrange for the transfer of funds to Scotland Deposit 66/1873

No 4

MCKENZIE, Donald mason Yacka Yacka Yacka (Hundred of Yackamoorundie) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 56 Page 111 County Stanley

No 5

MCKENZIE, Donald farmer Pichi Richi Co Newcasle 1887 Memorial 90/384

No 6

MCKENZIE, Donald farmer Mt Gambier Co Gray 1898 Memorial 173/436

No 7

MCKENZIE, Donald agent Clare Co Stanley 1915 Application 26419

MCKENZIE, Dugald formerly licensed victualler but now out of business Mt Gambier, became a bankrupt in 1888 Memorial 100/395

No 1

MCKENZIE, Duncan farmer Naracoorte Hundred of Joyce land grant 1882 Grant Book 51 Page 8 County Robe

No 2

MCKENZIE, Duncan licensed victualler Railway Hotel Pt Adelaide 1893[-1894] Memorial 53/419

No 3

MCKENZIE, Duncan grazier Humbug Scrub, died 21/8/1928. Husband of Amelia McKenzie Memorial 105/500

MCKENZIE, Elizabeth spinster Naracoorte Hundred of Joyce land grant 1882 Grant Book 51 Page 9 County Robe

MCKENZIE, F bank officer Gumeracha 1946 Memorial 146/520

MCKENZIE, George licensed victualler Exmouth Hotel Saddleworth 1889 Memorial 223/398

MCKENZIE, Gordon Howard farmer One Tree Hill in the Sources of the Little Para 1940 Memorial 52/515

MCKENZIE, Harold George dentist Kingscote Kangaroo Island 1941 Application 28305

MCKENZIE, Hector farmer Naracoorte Hundred of Naracoorte land grant 1876[-1882] Grant Book 50 Page 108 County Robe

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

MCKENZIE, James shoemaker New Hamburgh 1855 Memorial 21/82

MCKENZIE, James farmer New Hamburgh 1860 Application 1688

MCKENZIE, James labourer New Hamburgh near Strathalbyn 1869 Memorial 137/242

MCKENZIE, James the Elder farmer New Hamburgh, died 31/5/1875. He left his personal estate to his wife, Mary McKenzie, for the maintenance of herself and her infant children. An allotment in New Hamburgh for his daughter, Flora McDonald JONES wife of George Jones labourer New Hamburgh. The rest of his real estate to his wife for life, then to his eldest son, James McKenzie the Younger absolutely, provided he give the testator's daughters, Hannah Margaret Mary McKenzie and Rosanna McKenzie, £10 each Memorial 65/282

MCKENZIE, James the Elder farmer New Hamburgh, died 31/5/1875. His wife called Mary McKenzie. He had four unnamed daughters. His eldest son and heir at law called James McKenzie the Younger farmer New Hamburgh 1879 Memorial 61/314

MCKENZIE, James the Younger farmer and Mary McKenzie widow both of New Hamburgh near Strathalbyn 1876, eldest son and relict respectively of the late James McKenzie the Elder, who died 31/5/1875 Memorial 160/290

MCKENZIE, Mary widow of James McKenzie farmer New Hamburg 1879. She could not write Application 25000

No 2

MCKENZIE, James farmer Morchard 1881 Book 13 Page 257 County Dalhousie

No 3

MCKENZIE, James farmer Minlaton Hundred of Minlacowie land grant 1892 Grant Book 19 Page 258 County Fergusson

MCKENZIE, Jane widow Melrose 1886 Application 21098

No 1

MCKENZIE, John shepherd Gawler River 1846[-1866] Memorial 4563/25

No 2- likely to be the same person

MCKENZIE, John farmer South Para 1851[-1861] Memorial 79/129

MCKENZIE, John farmer One Tree Hill. Hundred of Barossa land grant 1866 Grant Book 2 Page 55 County Adelaide

MCKENZIE, John farmer South Para near One Tree Hill, died 30/1/1893. Husband of Jane Robinson McKenzie. Father of Peter McKenzie (eldest son), Duncan McKenzie farmer South Para and John McKenzie farmer Owen Memorials 23 & 44/421

No 3

MCKENZIE, John baker Adelaide 1856 Memorial 320/111

No 4

MCKENZIE, John farmer formerly of Aldinga 1871 but now of Sellick Hill 1871 Application 11197

MCKENZIE, John the Elder farmer Sellick Hill, died 16/6/1890. Husband of Nancy McKenzie. Father of Murdock McKenzie, John McKenzie the Youonger and Leonard McKenzie. Friend to Eliza Ann HALDANE widow Hackney 'for her kindness to the testator during the time he had been lodging at her home'. Estate worth £610 Memorial 210/403

No 5

MCKENZIE, John labourer Millicent Beachport (Hundred of Rivoli Bay) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 31 Page 288 County Grey

No 6

MCKENZIE, John farmer Rapid Bay Hundred of Minlacowie land grant 1881 Grant Book 19 Page 256 County Fergusson

No 7

MCKENZIE, John the Younger farmer near Riverton 1885[-1885] Memorial 41/368, Application 20681

No 8

MCKENZIE, John farmer Hundred of Coomooroo 1886[-1898] Memorial 45/378

MCKENZIE, John Alexander carpenter Petersburg. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1909 Grant Book 13 Page 210 County Dalhousie

MCKENZIE, JJ clerk to WH BENHAM solicitor Kapunda 1873 Memorial 15/266

No 1

MCKENZIE, Kenneth carpenter Stepney 1854 Memorial 334/76

MCKENZIE, Kenneth [formerly carpenter Stepney but now] farmer Alma Plains 1866 Memorial 240/216

No 2 - likely to be a continuation of No 1

MCKENZIE, Kenneth farmer Adelaide Plains 1855 Memorial 332/93

No 3

MCKENZIE, Kenneth licensed victualler Pt MacDonnell, died c1864. He left his entire estate in trust to his wife, Elizabeth McKenzie, for her life, then £500 to William WILSON son of James Wilson now or formerly of Eaglesham, Co Renfrew, Scotland and the residue of the estate in equal shares to the testator's brothers, Donald and Archibald McKenzie Memorial 218/194

No 4

MCKENZIE, Kenneth and Malcolm farmers near Willunga 1866 Memorial 149/211

No 5

MCKENZIE, Kenneth storekeeper Penola 1880[-1883] Memorial 134/327

No 1

MCKENZIE, Malcolm farmer Adelaide 1847 Memorial 116/10

MCKENZIE, Malcolm farmer Willunga 1849 Memorial 118/23

MCKENZIE, Malcolm farmer Aldinga Plains 1850 Memorial 201/25

MCKENZIE, Malcolm farmer Hundred of Willunga 1856 Memorial 114/110

MCKENZIE, Malcolm farmer Aldinga 1861 Application 2063

MCKENZIE, Malcolm formerly farmer Adelaide 1849 now gentleman Willunga 1864, linked with Donald McKenzie farmer Aldinga Application 5364

MCKENZIE, Marjory widow Penola Hundred of Killanoola land grant 1883 Grant Book 50 Page 176 County Robe

MCKENZIE, Peter farmer Minlacowie Hundred of Minlacowie land grant 1886 Grant Book 19 Page 257 County Fergusson

No 1

MCKENZIE, Richard Lawrence farmer Pinnaroo trustee Pinnaroo Institute 1908 Grant Book 12 Page 77 County Chandos

MCKENZIE, Richard Lawrence legislator Murray Bridge Co Sturt. Hundred of Pinnaroo land grant 1947 Grant Book 12 Page 61 County Chandos

No 1 – perhaps the same person

MCKENZIE, Robert farmer Rapid Bay Hundred of Para Wurlie land grant 1877[-1881] Grant Book 19 Page 6 County Fergusson

MCKENZIE, Robert farmer Warooka 1900 Memorial 62/440
No 1

MCKENZIE, Roderick farmer Willunga 1849[-1853] Memorial 24/15

MCKENZIE, Roderick farmer McLaren Vale 1855 Memorial 374/81

MCKENZIE, Roderick farmer McLaren Vale 1853[-185] Memorial 463/59 Hundred of Bremer land grant 1854 Memorial 249/79

MCKENZIE, Roderick farmer near Langhorne Creek 1857[-1865] Memorial 11/129

MCKENZIE, Roderick farmer Angas Plains 1858[-1874] Langhorne Creek District School trustee Memorial 59/152

MCKENZIE, Roderick farmer formerly of McLaren Vale but now of the Hundred of Bremer 1860 Memorial 153/166

MCKENZIE, Roderick farmer formerly of McLaren Vale 1853 but now of the Hundred of Bremer 1863 Application 4641

MCKENZIE, Roderick farmer Langhorne Creek 1866 Memorial 213/211

MCKENZIE, Roderick farmer Koolunga 1876 Memorial 237/289

MCKENZIE, Roderick farmer Koolunga Koolunga (Hundred of Koolunga) township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 56 Page 322 County Stanley

MCKENZIE, Roderick farmer formerly of Langhorne Creek but now of near Orroroo 1898 Memorial 27/435

No 2

MCKENZIE, Roderick gardener Bordertown. Bordertown (Hundred of Tatiara) allotment land grant 1867 Grant Book 66 Page 68 County Buckingham

MCKENZIE, Roderick yeoman Bordertown. Hundred of Wirrega land grant 1873 Grant Book 7 Page 38 County Buckingham

No 1

MCKENZIE, Septimus of Robe Guichen Bay 1857 Memorial 215/120

MCKENZIE, Septimus carpenter Robe S-E 1866 Memorial 95/215

MCKENZIE, Septimus carpenter formerly of Robe S-E but now of Millicent 1879 Memorial 235/315

No 1

MCKENZIE, Simon storekeeper Penola 1866[-1872] Memorial 21/216

MCKENZIE, Simon storekeeper Penola, trading under the style or firm of S McKenzie & Co, became a bankrupt in 1871 Memorial 79/254

No 1 - likely to be the same person

MCKENZIE, Thomas clerk Robe S-E 1861 Memorial 278/172

MCKENZIE, Thomas clerk of the local court Bordertown 1873 Memorial 215/265

No 2

MCKENZIE, Thomas boundary rider Nalang father of Thomas Colin Roderick McKenzie minor 1872 Grant Book 7 Page 3 County Buckingham

No 1

MCKENZIE, William blacksmith Macclesfield 1849 Memorial 356/18

MCKENZIE, William farmer Bugle Ranges 1854 Memorial 290/65

MCKENZIE, William formerly blacksmith Macclesfield 1849 but now farmer Bugle Ranges 1873 Application 13068

MCKENZIE, William of near Macclesfield 1880 Application 18286

No 2

MCKENZIE, William licensed victualler Clare 1853[-1858] Memorial 305/52

MCKENZIE, William formerly licensed victualler Clare but now farmer Ardnatarask near Mintaro 1859 Memorial 133/158

MCKENZIE, William farmer Ardnagarask near Mintaro 1860 Memorial 238/167 FIND

MCKENZIE, William formerly publican Clare 1856 but now of Wallaroo 1866 Application 7322

No 3

MCKENZIE, William Esquire formerly of Llwchwr adjoining the Burra Special Survey but now of Pt Adelaide 1855 Memorial 223/88

No 4 - likely a continuation of No 3

MCKENZIE, William engineer Le Fevre Peninsula 1858 Memorial 4/142

MCKENZIE, William engineer Pt Adelaide 1860 Memorial 326/169

MCKENZIE, William merchant Pt Adelaide and Jane Hampton McKenzie his wife. Parents of William John Hampton McKenzie, James Daniel McKenzie, Jane Hampton McKenzie and John Lowder McKenzie 1864 Memorial 275/196

MCKENZIE, William merchant Le Fevre Peninsula 1864[-1881] Memorial 138/333

MCKENZIE, William gentleman Pt Adelaide 1871 Memorial 118/257

No 5

MCKENZIE, William labourer Hahndorf 1857[-1868] Memorial 341/120

No 6

MCKENZIE, William farmer Wauraltee. Hundred of Wauraltee land grant 1892 Grant Book 19 Page 226 County Fergusson

No 7

MCKENZIE, William prospector Adelaide, about to live abroad from the province for some time, power of attorney to Frederick William VASEY shipping manager Currie St, Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs, including his interest in the McKENZIE Gold Prospecting Association Ltd 30/8/1895 Deposit 57/1895

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

MCKENZIE, William Murdoch storekeeper Koolunga trustee Cemetery Koolunga Hundred of Koolunga land grant 1878 Grant Book 55 Page 186 County Stanley

MCKENZIE, William Rowland carpenter Pt Lincoln 1918[-1919] Memorial 157/477, Application 26751

No 1

MCKEON, Thomas gentleman Adelaide 1859[-1865] Memorial 345/200

MCKEON, Thomas printer Adelaide 1863 Application 3978

No 1

MCKEOUGH, James of Marrabel on the Dirty Light Co Light. Hundred of Morgan land grant 1889 Grant Book 13 Page 419 County Dalhousie

MCKEOUGH, James of Mannanarie Co Dalhousie 1898 Memorial 26/435

MCKEOUGH, John farmer Jamestown Co Victoria. Hundred of Black Rock Plain land grant 1879 Grant Book 13 Page 104 County Dalhousie

No 1

MCKEOUGH, Malachi teamster Georgetown Co Victoria. Hundred of Yackamoorundie land grant 1880 Grant Book 56 Page 92 County Stanley

MCKEOUGH, Malachi farmer Bundaleer Co Victoria trustee unnamed Cemetery Hundred of Yackamoorundie Hundred of Yackamoorundie land grant 1883 Grant Book 56 Page 97 County Stanley

No 1

MCKEOUGH, Michael farmer Dry Creek 1854 Memorial 65/73

MCKEOUGH, Michael farmer formerly of Dry Creek but now of Kapunda 1859 Memorial 315/153

MCKEOUGH, Michael farmer Light River 1866 Memorial 50/212

MCKEOUGH, Michael farmer formerly of Dry Creek 1856 but now of near Hamilton on the Light 1871 Application 11359

MCKEOUGH, Michael labourer Hamilton on the Light Co Light. Hundred of Mannanarie land grant 1877 Grant Book 13 Page 73 County Dalhousie

MCKEOUGH, Michael farmer Hamilton on the Light Co Light. Hundred of Mannanarie land grant 1878[-1879] Grant Book 13 Page 76 County Dalhousie

MCKEOUGH, Honora widow Mannanarie. Hundred of Mannanarie land grant 1889 Grant Book 13 Page 85 County Dalhousie

MCKEOUGH, Patrick of Marrabel on the Dirty Light Co Light. Hundred of Morgan land grant 1884 Grant Book 13 Page 419 County Dalhousie

No 1

MCKEOUGH, Timothy yeoman Rice Creek near Auburn 1864 Application 4952

MCKEOUGH, Timothy farmer Rice Creek near Auburn 1867 Application 8342

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

MCKEOUGH, Timothy labourer Woodville 1869 Memorial 195/240

MCKEOUGH, Timothy farmer Woodville 1874 Memorial 218/277

No 3 - perhaps a continuation of No 2

MCKEOUGH, Timothy farmer Hundred of Morgan 1898 Memorial 107/434

MCKEOUGH, Timothy farmer Hundred of Morgan. Hundred of Morgan land grant 1900 Grant Book 13 Page 421 County Dalhousie

MCKEOWN, Margaret spinster Brighton 1857 Memorial 76/126

No 1 - possibly the same person

MCKEOWN, Peter farmer Lyndoch Valley 1849 Memorial 171/18 Farmer Sandy Creek 1851 Memorial 437/30

MCKEOWN, Peter labourer Gawler 1857 Memorial 130/153

MCKEOWN, Peter labourer formerly of near Gawler but now of Kooringa 1878 Memorial 240/308

MCKERLIE, James gardener FIfth Creek 1898 Memorial 225/435

No 1

MCKERNAN, Bernard farmer Farrell Flat Co Stanley. Hundred of Whyte land grant 1879 Grant Book 60 Page 55 County Victoria

MCKERNAN, Bernard farmer Yarcowie Co Victoria. Hundred of Terowie land grant 1882 Grant Book 40 Page 18 County Kimberley

MCKERNAN, Terence farmer Gum Creek Hundred of Terowie land grant 1883 Grant Book 40 Page 19 County Kimberley

MCKERRON, Robert farmer Hundred of Wonna 1879 Memorial 239/319

MCKEVITT, Eliza spinster Thebarton 1868 Memorial 222/233

MCKEW, John gardener Adelaide 1841[-1856] Memorial 200/108

No 1

MCKIERNAN, John labourer Adelaide 1880 Memorial 132/321

MCKIERNAN, John labourer Adelaide, died 11/4/1900 Memorial 194/469

MCKILE, Robert labourer Kooringa 1858 Memorial 49/136

MCKILLOP, Peter formerly of Dandenong Rd, near Melbourne Vic but now grazier Emu Creek Qld, last surviving trustee of the CAMERON family burial ground near Penola, transferred the site to the District Council of Penola provided that the Council 'shall at all times maintain in proper order the graves of such of the family of the late Alexander Cameron (died 2/9/1881) as are now interred in the said cemetery' 1893 Memorial 68/417

No 1

MCKINLAY, Andrew storeman Alberton 1869 Application 10183

MCKINLAY, Andrew storeman Alberton 1879 Memorial 105/314

MCKINLAY, Charles Thomas gardener American Beach Kangaroo Island. Hundred of Dudley land grant 1903 Grant Book 11 Page 12 County Carnarvon

MCKINLAY, Ellar McKellar of Yankalilla 1854 Memorial 140/79

No 1 - probably the same person

MCKINLAY, John stockholder Darling River 1852 Memorial 109/45

MCKINLAY, John stockholder Orvieannyagan 1853 He had an interest in the Wonoka cattle run Memorial 339/60

MCKINLAY, John stockholder Darling River 1855 Gawler allotment purchase Memorial 192/83

MCKINLAY, Joseph farmer Naracoorte Hundred of Binnum land grant 1875[-1883] Grant Book 29 Page 142 County MacDonnell

No 1 - tangled identity; appears to be the same person

MCKINLAY, Robert carpenter Pt Adelaide 1850 Memorial 377/26

MCKINLAY, Robert [formerly carpenter Pt Adelaide but now] joiner Queenstown 1854 Memorial 209/61

MCKINLAY, Robert shipwright Pt Adelaide 1873[-1878] Memorial 6/265, Application 13534

MCKINLAY, Robert carpenter Pt Adelaide 1878 Memorial 243/311

MCKINLAY, Robert carpenter Queenstown 1865[-1907] Memorial 277/205

MCKINLAY, Robert carpenter Queenstown, died 1913. Executors of his estate: John Greig McKinlay carpenter Queenstown and Charles Thomas McKinlay carpenter American Beach, Kangaroo Island

Application 26293

No 1

MCKINLAY, Robert Affleck farmer Clare 1849 Memorial 221/14

MCKINLAY, Robert A wool sorter Petworth, Co Stanley 1851 Memorial 451/35

MCKINLAY, Robert Affleck wool sorter Stanley Co Stanley 1852 Memorial 31/39

MCKINLAY, Robert Affleck farmer Clare 1856 Memorial 269/103

No 1

MCKINLAY, Walter farmer Willunga 1846 Memorial 354/6

MCKINLAY, Walter of Woodbanks and Margaret Rodger Cleland McKinlay his wife 1848 Memorial 283/31

MCKINLAY, Walter gentleman Woodbanks, died 6/2/1863 near Willunga. His whole estate to his wife, Margaret Rodger Cleland McKinlay Application 11252 His death not registered

MCKINLAY, Margaret widow Tea Tree Gully 1857[-1866] Memorial 285/127, Application 7388

MCKINLAY, Margaret [Margaret Rodger McKinlay nee CLELAND] now Margaret HAINES wife of William Haines [of Tea Tree Gully] 1879 Memorial 123/316

MCKINNA, Edward machinist Westbourne Park 1916 Application 26514

No 1

MCKINNON, Alexander farmer Upper Dry Creek 1861 Memorial 124/171

No 2

MCKINNON, Alexander labourer Millicent Hundred of Mt Muirhead land grant 1896 Grant Book 31 Page 205 County Grey

No 1

MCKINNON, Alexander Gregor yeoman Mt Gambier 1856 Memorial 333/107

MCKINNON, Alexander Gregor yeoman formerly of Mt Gambier but now of the colony of Victoria 1860 Memorial 247/169

No 1

MCKINNON, Angus farmer Yatala and William ROSS farmer Yatala. Hundred of Yatala land grant 1851 Grant Book 1 Page 63 County Adelaide

MCKINNON, Angus farmer Hundred of Yatala 1853 Memorial 207/48

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

MCKINNON, Angus farmer Upper Dry Creek 1854 Memorial 425/71

MCKINNON, Angus farmer Dry Creek. Hundred of Yatala land grant 1863 Grant Book 1 Page 69 County Adelaide

MCKINNON, Angus farmer formerly of Upper Dry Creek 1852 but now of The Hermitage near Golden Grove 1873 [Probably the same address] Application 12669

No 3

MCKINNON, Angus stock dealer Kingston S-E and Marion McKinnon his wife Frances (Hundred of Binnum) township allotment land grant 1883 Grant Book 46 Page 35 County MacDonnell

MCKINNON, Angus grazier Frances 1897 Memorial 2/431

No 4

MCKINNON, Angus farmer Goolwa Co Hindmarsh. Hundred of Bews land grant 1912 Grant Book 12 Page 10 County Chandos

No 1

MCKINNON, Arthur Herbert labourer Clare 1910 Memorial 48/463

MCKINNON, Arthur Herbert labourer Clare 1910 Application 25809

MCKINNON, Arthur Herbert carrier Clare, aged 69 in 1949, declared that he had lived his whole life in Clare Application 28678

No 1

MCKINNON, Daniel farmer Balhannah 1857[-1859] Memorial 138/129

MCKINNON, Daniel farmer Pt MacDonnell Hundred of MacDonnell land grant 1896 Grant Book 30 Page 281 County Grey

No 1

MCKINNON, Donald farmer Mt Gambier 1860[-1890] Memorial 311/166

MCKINNON, Donald labourer near Mt Gambier 1891 Application 21983

No 2

MCKINNON, Donald sheep farmer Kaladbro 1867 Memorial 6/222

MCKINNON, Donald sheep farmer Kaladbro Vic, died c1869 linked with Malcolm McKinnon settler Maranoa River Qld 1870 Application 10863

MCKINNON, Donald settler Kaladbro Vic - settlement of his estate. Charles and John McKinnon farmers near Broadford, Co Inverness, Scotland, John MCDONALD farmer Isleornsay, Co Inverness, Janet McDONALD nee McDonald wife of the said John McDonald, Neil MCINNES farmer Broadford and Christina McInnes wife of Neil McInnes, power of attorney to Henry Archibald PRICE bank manager Mt Gambier and John McInnes landed proprietor Mt Gambier, to collect and send to Scotland, the sums of money which each of the above people is entitled to under the will of the said Donald McKinnon 21/6/1880 Deposit 181/1880

No 3

MCKINNON, Donald and Malcolm sheepfarmers Mingbool Hundred of Mingbool land grant 1869 Grant Book 31 Page 117 County Grey

No 4

MCKINNON, Donald labourer Clare and Mary McKinnon his wife 1877 Application 16231

MCKINNON, Donald farmer Clare Hundred of Milne land grant 1861 Grant Book 56 Page 348 County Stanley

MCKINNON, Donald farmer Clare, died 26/5/1890. Husband of Mary McKinnon. Father of Alexander McKinnon, Archibald McKinnon, Duncan McKinnon, Henry McKinnon. Father in law of Jane McKinnon widow of the testator's late son, John McKinnon. Robert George HARMER butcher Clare the sole trustee and executor. Estate worth £50 Memorial 16/404

MCKINNON, Donald farmer Clare, died 26/5/1890. He left his estate to his wife, Mary McKinnon, in trust for life, then to his son, Alexander McKinnon absolutely in remainder expectant, provided he pay Jane McKinnon widow of John McKinnon chaff merchant Clare £30, twelve months after D McKinnon died. Mary McKinnon died 30/11/1899 Hill River Cattle Station, near Clare, of supposed senile decay, aged 84. Another son called Duncan McKinnon labourer Pt Pirie 1899 Application 23937

No 1 FIND CHECK RUN

MCKINNON, Dugald farmer Little Para 1854 Memorial 188/135

MCKINNON, Dugald farmer Upper Dry Creek 1865 Memorial 77/202

MCKINNON, Dugald farmer Hundred of Hall. Trustee unnamed Chapel Hundred of Hall Hundred of Hall land grant 1883 Grant Book 56 Page 219 County Stanley

MCKINNON, Duncan farmer Millicent Hundred of Mt Muirhead land grant 1880 Grant Book 31 Page 196 County Grey

MCKINNON, Harriet widow Clare 1916 Application 26552

MCKINNON, James labourer Kongorong Hundred of Kongorong land grant 1899 Grant Book 31 Page 37 County Grey

No 1

MCKINNON, John yeoman Kincraig near Narracoorte Creek 1862 Memorial 71/371

MCKINNON, John yeoman Narracoorte, died 12/5/1865 intestate. His only son, Roderick McKinnon boundary rider Narracoorte 1887 (born c1839 Scotland), inherited the estate as heir at law. Roderick McKinnon's sister, Ann Paterson nee McKinnon wife of Hugh Paterson farmer near Robe, was the only other child of John McKinnon. Estate worth £80 Application 21076

No 2

MCKINNON, John farmer Bundaleer. Jamestown (Hundred of Belalie) township allotment land grant 1873 Grant Book 60 Page 136 County Victoria

MCKINNON, John teamster Clare Co Stanley. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1874 Grant Book 60 Page 111 County Victoria

No 2

MCKINNON, John farmer near Clare 1881 Memorial 60/331

MCKINNON, John farmer and chaff merchant Clare, died 17/7/1889. £500 estate. Husband of Jane McKinnon. Father of unnamed children Memorial 56/399

No 2

MCKINNON, John farmer formerly of Lochiel but then of White Hut near Clare, died c1886. He left his entire estate to his daughter, Mary McKinnon of White Hut. The testator could not write Memorial 35/381

MCKINNON, John farmer formerly of Lochiel but then of White Hut near Clare, died 17/10/1886. Estate worth £40 to his daughter, Mary Mckinnon. He could not write. Mary McKinnon 36 spinster Booleroo Centre (Father: John McKinnon) married William SAWLEY 37 widower Booleroo Centre (Father: George Sawley) on 4/1/1893 Richard DUNSTAN home Booleroo Centre. Minister: Edwin James KEMP. Witnesses: George HARRIS blacksmith Booleroo Centre. Annie Dunstan of Booleroo Centre Application 26117

No 3

MCKINNON, John yeoman Kincraig 1885 Memorial 71/371

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

MCKINNON, Lachlan the Elder publican Limestone Ridge 1862 Memorial 214/180

MCKINNON, Lachlan the Younger groom Limestone Ridge 1862 Memorial 214/180

MCKINNON, Lachlan shepherd Kongorong Hundred of Kongorong land grant 1885 Grant Book 31 Page 35 County Grey

MCKINNON, Malcolm stockholder Mingbool S-E, died 8/3/1877 intestate. Husband of Mary Margaret McKinnon Memorial 134/304

MCKINNON, Marion married woman Penola 1906 Application 25174

MCKINNON, Murdoch farmer Point McLeay Hundred of Baker land grant 1875 Grant Book 54 Page 7 County Russell

No 1

MCKINNON, Neil farmer Kongorong Hundred of Kongorong land grant 1900 Grant Book 31 Page 38 County Grey

MCKINNON, Neil dealer Kongorong Hundred of Kongorong land grant 1904 Grant Book 31 Page 38 County Grey

MCKINNON, Robert of the New Year Mine Mt Victoria 1888 Memorial 128/394

MCKINNON, Roderick farmer Armagh 1877 Application 16271

MCKINNON, Ronald linked with Sections 708-710 Hundred of Davenport Co Frome 1884 Memorial 210/374

MCKIRDY, Alexander John out of business Malvern 1905 Memorial 147/464

No 1

MCKIRDY, Hugh postmaster Melrose 1871[-1873] Memorial 51/257

MCKIRDY, Hugh postmaster Melrose trustee Institute Melrose Hundred of Wongyarra land grant 1873 Grant Book 23 Page 50 County Frome

No 1

MCKIRDY, HH clerk of the local court Mannum 1884 Memorial 187/357

MCKIRDY, HH postmaster Mannum 1895 Memorial 28/425

MCKIRDY, JM postmaster Melrose 1870 Memorial 164/250

No 1

MCKIRDY, John merchant Adelaide 1866 Application 7676

MCKIRDY, John seedsman Adelaide (16 Rundle St) 1867[-1883] Memorial 56/224, Application 13351

No 2

MCKIRDY, John out of business Malvern 1902[-1905] Memorial 224/446

MCKIRDY, William H clerk Adelaide 1891 Memorial 46/410

MCKISSOCK, Andrew port butcher Adelaide (Rundle St) 1848[-1850] Memorial 396/12

MCKNIGHT, John Samuel merchant Liverpool, Lancs, England, died shortly after making his will on 6/11/1869. His executors were Joseph Younghusband McKNIGHT merchant Calcutta, India; William Henry Jones merchant Liverpool, Lancs, England; Alexander Dunlop Anderson merchant Liverpool, Lancs, England. Power of attorney to Henry Huth WATERS gentleman Pt Adelaide to finalise the estate and sell properties Deposit 76/1874

MCKNIGHT, William proclaimed bank manager Auburn 1932 Memorial 26/506

No 1

MCLACHLAN, Alexander mariner Ferguson St, Williamstown Vic and Martha McLachlan his wife formerly Martha MARSDEN widow, owned land near Pt Adelaide 1870 Memorial 207/248

MCLACHLAN, Alexander master mariner Melbourne Vic 1883 Application 19887. Apparently, he married Martha MARSDEN, widow of Samuel Marsden.

No 2 – mixture of the Elder and the Younger

MCLACHLAN, Alexander settler Naracoorte Hundred of Naracoorte land grant 1873 Grant Book 50 Page 102 County Robe

MCLACHLAN, Alexander settler Naracoorte Hundred of Hynam land grant 1873 Grant Book 29 Page 161 County MacDonnell

MCLACHLAN, Alexander sheepfarmer Charkutt near Naracoorte Hundred of Killanoola land grant 1875 Grant Book 50 Page 141 County Robe

MCLACHLAN, Alexander formerly the Younger stockholder Pine Hall near Mt Gambier, died 26/6/1900. Father of Hugh Patterson McLachlan sheepfarmer Paratoo, Alexander John McLachlan solicitor Adelaide and Mary Catherine McLachlan no description Memorial 207/440

No 3 – perhaps a continuation of No 2

MCLACHLAN, Alexander sheepfarmer Penola Hundred of Killanoola land grant 1874 Grant Book 50 Page 150 County Robe

No 4

MCLACHLAN, Alexander manager Pt Adelaide 1945 Application 25954

MCLACHLAN, Allan yeoman Kincraig 1863 Memorial 301/190

No 1 - likely to be the same person

MCLACHLAN, AJ articled clerk Mt Gambier 1891 Memorial 238/409

MCLACHLAN, AJ solicitor Adelaide 1899 Memorial 226/438

MCLACHLAN, REED & GRIFFITHS solicitors Old Exchange Buildings, Pirie St, Adelaide 1930 Application 27809

MCLACHLAN, Charles labourer Dudley St, Kew 1895 Application 22948

No 1

MCLACHLAN, Colin drover Clare 1878 Memorial 201/312

MCLACHLAN, Colin drover Clare, died 7/1/1906 intestate Memorial 136/485

No 1 - likely to be the same person

MCLACHLAN, Donald sheep farmer at present residing at the Golden Rule Inn in Adelaide 1854 Memorial 152/79

MCLACHLAN, Donald sheep farmer Adelaide 1854[-1856] Memorial 28/78

MCLACHLAN, Donald gentleman Kent Town 1858 Memorial 9/145

No 1

MCLACHLAN, Hugh Patterson farmer Mt Gambier Hundred of Young land grant 1890 Grant Book 30 Page 126 County Grey

MCLACHLAN, Hugh Patterson grazier Paratoo Co Herbert 1902 Memorial 236a/444

No 1 - possibly the same person

MCLACHLAN, James farmer Owen Owen township allotment land grant 1881 Grant Book 27 Page 445 County Gawler

MCLACHLAN, James farmer near Alma 1882 Memorial 141/337

MCLACHLAN, James farmer Dalkey trustee unnamed Church Hundred of Dalkey land grant 1882 Grant Book 26 Page 240 County Gawler

MCLACHLAN, James of Dalkey 1884[-1889] Memorial 218/360

MCLACHLAN, James farmer near Alma Hundred of Dalkey land grant 1892[-1896] Grant Book 26 Page 247 County Gawler

MCLACHLAN, John shepherd Tungkillo. Hundred of Tungkillo land grant 1868 Grant Book 58 Page 306 County Sturt

MCLACHLAN, Mary widow Naracoorte. Hundred of Naracoorte land grant 1873 Grant Book 50 Page 102 County Robe

No 1

MCLACHLAN, Robert Alexander manager Pt Adelaide 1913[-1940] Memorial 64/470

MCLACHLAN, Robert Alexander company director 108 Woodville Rd, Woodville managing director of MALIN, RUSSELL & Co Ltd estate agents and auctioneers 22 St Vincent St, Pt Adelaide 1949, declared that he had been born on 5/11/1877 at Glanville and went with his parents to live in Church Place, Pt Adelaide in 1879; then at the Semaphore between 1884-1907; Alberton between 1907-1916 and then to his present address at Woodville Application 28644

No 2

MCLACHLAN, Robert Alexander clerk Pt Lincoln 1919 Application 26781

MCLACHLAN, Robert Alexander mercantile clerk Woodville 1924 Memorial 195/491

MCLACHLAN, Robert Alexander mercantile clerk Woodville 1925 Application 27435

MCLACHLAN, RA accountant Pt Adelaide 1934 Memorial 133/507

MCLACHLAN, Robert Alexander company director 108 Woodville Rd, Woodville 1948, declared that he was the managing director of MALIN, RUSSELL & Co Ltd real estate owners and auctioneers St Vincent St, Pt Adelaide. Born on 5/11/1877 at Glanville, he moved in 1879 with his parents to Church Place, Pt Adelaide, remaining there until 1884 when he took up residence at the Semaphore in 1907. That same year, he shifted to Alberton where he stayed until 1916 and came to his present address at Woodville Application 28574

MCLACHLAN, William telegraph operator Adelaide 1888 Memorial 188/394

No 1

MCLAGAN, George architect Graham township near Kooringa and Frances McLagan his wife 1891 Memorial 88/408

MCLAGAN, Frances schoolmistress Aberdeen near Kooringa 1891[-1895] Memorial 194/408

No 1

MCLAINE, Angus Esquire Ardtornish 1842[-1847] Memorial 122/1

MCLAINE, Angus Esquire formerly of Ardnamurchan, Scotland, but now of Adelaide, about to leave for Great Britain, had flocks of sheep on 16 Sections he owned in Survey B. He hired Alexander William Thorald GRANT stockholder Little Para to mind his flocks - 1,005 ewes, 265 lambs, 310 wethers, 288 wether lambs, 24 rams and 9 unweaned lambs, making a flock of 1,901 sheep. Mary CAMERON taken on to run a dairy. A McLaine appointed Jacob HAGEN to manage the day to day business details of the ventures, including the handling of any money involved, and also manage A McLaine's other assets throughout SA 13/3/1843 Enrolment 83/1

MCLAINE, Angus Esquire Ardtornish had a flock of sheep in the Tatiara District, which his partner, his brother John Campbell McLAINE was coming from Batavia (where he lived) to look after. A McLAINE appointed George MORPHETT agent Adelaide, to take care of the property until the brother arrived, or in the event that he failed to arrive 8/6/1847 Enrolment 60/1

MCLAINE, Angus Esquire formerly of Ardtornish but now of 13 Howard Place, Edinburgh, Co Midlothian Scotland 1854 Memorial 182/69

MCLAINE, Angus Esquire 13 Howard Place, Edinburgh, Co Midlothian, Scotland, power of attorney to Alexander William Thorold GRANT Esquire Little Para, to manage his SA busiess affairs 1853 Application 18826

MCLAINE, Angus of Fascadale, Arasaig, Co Argyll, Scotland, power of attorney to Robert Symonds KELLY Esquire Modbury, to manage his real estate, part of Ardtornish, at Dry Creek 1/7/1869. Deposit 197/1869

MCLAINE, Angus gentleman Fascadale, Arasaig, Co Argyll, Scotland, invested in four 80 acre Country Sections in Survey B during 1842. He was still alive in 1877 Application 16319

MCLAINE, 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 Wood, made a declaration: He was one of the firm of McLaine, Watson & Co merchants in Java for many years, and knew Gillian McLaine intimately. Between Feb 1833-Aug 1835, Edward 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 McLaine, 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 on 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 McLaine’s will (The total estate worth £4,000). Angus McLaine (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 to Gillian McLaine. 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 McLaine nee GREGORSON (widow of Allan McLaine, 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 McLaine, died in Java, aged 2 years. Daughter Sarah Justina McLaine born 19/6/1836, son Gillian Maclaine the Younger born 17/8/1838. Klaas Kaysus, solicitor, Batavia, 12/9/1839, had made Gillian McLaine’s will. Gillian McLaine ‘merchant dwelling without the city on the east side of the River Crocot’. McLaine’s wife called Catharina Cornelia van Bewsechem (likely to have been a widow). Executors of the will were Gillian McLaine’s uncles, John Gregorson of Ardtornish, Co Argyll, Scotland, and the Hon Sir Archibald McLaine Companion of the Bath residing in London. In 1867, Mary Gregorson, sister of Mrs Allan McLaine, survived, living at Fascadale, Ardrishaig, Co Argyll, Scotland, aged 85. Application 8735

MCLAINE, Peter farmer Truro Hundred of Neales land grant 1880 Grant Book 17 Page 197 County Eyre

No 1

MCLAREN, Alexander storekeeper Wentworth NSW 1864 Memorial 143/196

No 2

MCLAREN, Alexander Minister Manchester, Lancs, England, Alexander MARTIN merchant’s clerk 4 Eastdown Tce, Lewisham, Kent; Woodville McLAREN merchant 4 Fenchurch St, London, power of attorney to John Warren BAKEWELL Esquire Inner Temple, London, about to proceed to SA, to manage their SA business affairs 19/8/1873 Deposit 86/1874

MCLAREN, Alexander of Manchester Station 1884 only surviving son of David McLaren, who died c1848 Application 20202

MCLAREN, Allan Bruce blacksmith Bowhill. Hundred of Bowhill land grant 1911 Grant Book 6 Page 2 County Buccleuch

MCLAREN, Cornelius farmer Normanville 1892[-1899] Memorial 111/412

MCLAREN, Donald farm servant perhaps of Encounter Bay 1862 Memorial 112/183

MCLAREN, Duncan farmer Ardrossan 1885 Memorial 16/373

No 1

MCLAREN, Felix farmer near Gawler 1853 Memorial 274/51

MCLAREN, Felix farmer Cockatoo Creek 1855 Memorial 475/84

MCLAREN, Felix grocer Gawler 1855[-1895] Memorial 359/84

MCLAREN, Felix storekeeper Gawler 1861 Application 2082

No 2

MCLAREN, Felix schoolmaster Wallaroo trustee Cemetery Wallaroo 1866 Grant Book 14 Page 73 Co

MCLAREN, Felix schoolteacher near Auburn 1868 Memorial 226/235

No 1

MCLAREN, John of Rundle St, Adelaide 1844. Section 6186 Western Sources of the Torrens land grant Memorial 354/3

MCLAREN, John labourer Ludlow House Western Sources of the Torrens 1848 Memorial 162/15

MCLAREN, John labourer [formerly of Ludlow House but now of] Hackney 1849[-1851] Memorial 359/26

MCLAREN, John gentleman Brownhill Creek 1853 Memorial 222/46

MCLAREN, John farmer formerly of Ludlow House, Western Sources of the Torrens but now of Fifth Creek 1857 Memorial 21/117

MCLAREN, John gardener Fifth Creek 1877 Memorial 222/302

MCLAREN, John farmer Fifth Creek 1879[-1882] Memorial 120/317

MCLAREN, John farmer Fifth Creek, died c1885 Application 26036

MCLAREN, John farmer Fifth Creek near Magill, died 17/7/1885. Estate worth £450. Executors; Walter THOMPSON messenger Adelaide and David DEANS builder Mitcham. Father of Jane WOOLCOCK wife of William Woolcock farmer Fifth Creek and Robina HUNTER wife of James Hunter the Elder gardener Fifth Creek. Woolcock family - Margaret Forrest Woolcock, Mary Teague Woolcock, John William McLaren Woolcock, Robina Dickie Woolcock and William Henry Woolcock. Hunter family - Margaret Hunter, James Hunter the Younger Memorials 21/375, 173/441

MCLAREN, John farmer Section 836 Fifth Creek, died 17/7/1885 Adelaide. He left two daughters, Jane WOOLCOCK widow Nailsworth relict of the late William Woolcock gardener Fifth Creek; and Robina HUNTER widow Fifth Creek widow of the late James Hunter gardener Fifth Creek. Margaret Forrest Woolcock (wife of Frederick TOTHILL cigarette proprietor Nailsworth), Mary Teague Woolcock (wife of George David ROSS nurseryman Fifth Creek), John William McLaren Woolcock, Robina Dickie Woolcock (wife of of John Greene market gardener Fifth Creek), and William Henry Woolcock were the sole surviving children of William and Jane Woolcock Application 25422

MCLAREN, John farmer Fifth Creek, died 17/7/1885. He left his whole estate in trust to his two daughters, Jane wife of William WOOLCOCK and Robina Dickie HUNTER wife of James Hunter the Elder, during their life times and then to their children absolutely in remainder expectant in the proportion as the will indicated. Robina Dickie Hunter widow of James Hunter gardener Montacute, died 6/5/1920, of chronic bronchis, aged 83. Born in Glasgow, Co Lanark, Scotland, she had lived in SA for 80 years. Married aged 34. 1 son and 1 daughter living. Her daughter Margaret Hunter spinster Montacute, died 16/9/1954 Beulah Park Private Hospital, of 2 years' arteriosclerosis, aged 83. Apparently James Hunter the Younger of Montacute was still alive in 1956 Application 29204

No 2

MCLAREN, John Esquire Blythewood [Torrens Park] Redruth township allotment purchase 1850 Grant Book 0 Page 8 County Unnamed

MCLAREN, John Esquire HM Deputy Surveyor-General Adelaide 1853[-1854] Memorial 275/48

MCLAREN, John Esquire HM Deputy Surveyor-General Adelaide, about to depart the province for a period, power of attorney to William BARTLEY and Randolph Isham STOW solicitors Adelaide, to manage the rental of 10 acres of Country Section 247 Survey B, to John SIMMONS at £15 a year for 5 years or for purchase for £150 + all the previous rent 30/1/1854 Deposit 46/1857

No 3

MCLAREN, John stock agent Kooringa 1889[-1894] Memorial 29/399

MCLAREN, John stock agent Kapunda 1891 Memorial 40/408

MCLAREN, John stock agent formerly of Kapunda but now of Kooringa  1895 Memorial 47/425

MCLAREN, John accountant Kooringa 1900 Memorial 29/442

MCLAREN, John stock agent Kooringa 1902 Memorial 104/446

MCLAREN, John stock agent Kooringa 1902 Kooringa Methodist Church trustee Application 28412

MCLAREN, John manager Kooringa 1919 Memorial 71/479

MCLAREN, John accountant Kooringa 1905 Application 25074

MCLAREN, John accountant formerly of Kooringa but now of Adelaide 1928, trustee of the Kooringa Freemasons' Lodge Application 27647

No 1

MCLAREN, John Wingate Esquire formerly of Philpot Lane, London, Middlesex, England, but now of Adelaide 1852 Memorial 369/42

MCLAREN, John Wingate Esquire [formerly of Adelaide but now of Philpot Lane, London, Middlesex, England 1858 Memorial 155/141

MCLAREN, John Wingate merchant Philpot Lane, London, Middlesex, England 1868 Application 9303

MCLAREN, John Wingate, trustee of the will of Charles STIRLING, died 18/6/1874 69 Addison Rd, Kensington, Middlesex, England Application 18656

No 1 - likely to be the same person

MCLAREN, Leslie gentleman Adelaide (North Tce) 1884 Memorial 231/361

MCLAREN, Leslie gentleman North Tce, Adelaide, about to depart for a time to NSW, power of attorney to Alexander Thomas MAGAREY Esquire Adelaide, to assume the duties of executor to the will of Henry SIMPSON merchant Ridge Park near Adelaide, in partnership with James Liddon Simpson and William Amos Simpson as coal merchants and other business as Henry SIMPSON & Sons, who died c1884. 20/10/1884 Deposit 207/1884

MCLAREN, Leslie gentleman Teetulpa 1887 Memorial 86/382

MCLAREN, Peter plasterer Kapunda 1859[-1870] Memorial 255/150, Application 11073

No 1

MCLAREN, Thomas draper Adelaide (Hindley St) 1852[-1857] Memorial 105/41

MCLAREN, Thomas formerly of Adelaide but now of Collingwood Vic 1863 Memorial 190/190

MCLAUCHLAN, Emily of Waukaringa, in a deed of gift in 1883, left her shares and the equipment belonging her in connection with the Balaklava Gold Mining Company at Waukaringa, 'also all horses (3), 1 donkey, pigs and fowls', to her children - Alexandrina Bromley McLauchlan, Cecilia Bromley McLauchlan and Emily McLauchlan Memorial 221/348

MCLAUGHLIN, Daniel farm labourer Wirrabara Hundred of Appila land grant 1895 Grant Book 24 Page 513 County Frome

No 1

MCLAUGHLIN, James tutor Pt Adelaide 1874 Memorial 116/273

MCLAUGHLIN, James teacher Pt Adelaide 1876 Memorial 65/293

MCLAUGHLIN, James schoolteacher Pt Adelaide, stated in 1876 that he had bought Lot 81 in Pt Adelaide in 1874. Henry BURGE builder and contractor erected a stone cottage, and two schoolrooms - a stone and an iron schoolroom - for him on the site. A wooden cottage stood on his adjoining Lot 80 Application 21628

MCLAUCHLAN, James Anderson engineer Murray St, North Adelaide 1919 Application 26756

MCLEAN, Albert Basil sheepfarmer Gawler 1910 Memorial 63/463

MCLEAN, Albert Charles grazier Robe S-E and Annie May McIntyre his wife 1928 Memorial 120/499

No 1

McLEAN, Alexander Esquire Maryfield near Adelaide 1844. Enrolment/

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

MCLEAN, Alexander storekeeper Adelaide 1850 Memorial 10/25

No 3 - probably a continuation of No 2

MCLEAN, Alexander farmer Gawler Plains 1850[-1857] Memorial 411/40

MCLEAN, Alexander gentleman Ardgour, Co Adelaide, died c1859. Estate worth £200. His wife, Mary McLean, to receive his personal estate absolutely. She was also to get the income for life or until her remarriage from the real estate in trust, which then went to his children Hugh, Allen, Gilbert, and Margaret McLean in equal shares in remainder expectant as tenants in common. The sons to inherit absolutely, but Margaret to receive the income of the real estate share which remained in trust for her lifetime, and then the real estate to her children in equal shares as tenants in common in remainder expectant. Executrix; the testator's wife, Mary McLean. Trustees; Alexander McDONALD gentleman North Adelaide and Alexander HAY storekeeper Rundle St, Adelaide Deposit 289/1864

MCLEAN, Mary widow Ardgour relict of the late Alexander McLean formerly of Ardgour but now deceased 1861 Memorial 304/177

MCLEAN, Mary widow Ardgour 1861 Memorial 66/199

No 4

MCLEAN, Alexander farmer Mt Gambier 1865 Memorial 262/202

MCLEAN, Christina widow of the late Alexander McLean farmer OB Flat, died 4/10/1898, of 6 weeks' influenza and bronchitis, aged 80 Application 23730

No 1

MCLEAN, Allan farmer Adelaide 1840 Application 23605

MCLEAN, Allan and Donald McLean (Husband of Christina McLean) farmers Angas Special Survey 1845 Memorial 457/5

MCLEAN, Allan farmer The Bremer near Strathalbyn 1856 Memorial 54/112

MCLEAN, Allan farmer formerly of Strathalbyn but now of Adelaide, and Catherine McLean his wife 1886 Memorial 59/376

MCLEAN, Catherine widow Plympton, had died by 1892. Relict of the late Allan McLean farmer formerly Strathalbyn and then of Adelaide. Mrs McLean was a daughter of James DAWSON the Elder farmer Strathalbyn, who died 22/5/1865, and his wife, Jane Dawson, who died 9/8/1885 Springfield Strathalbyn. Catherine Graham Bradley, wife of Alfred Bradley billiard table proprietor North Adelaide 1892, administered Mrs McLean's estate Application 22416

No 2

MCLEAN, Allan farmer Mallala Hundred of Dublin land grant 1877 Grant Book 26 Page 338 County Gawler

MCLEAN, Allan farmer Mallala farmer Willowie trustee unnamed Church Hundred of Willowie land grant 1882 Grant Book 24 Page 744 County Frome

No 3

MCLEAN, Allan farmer Narracoorte 1880 Application 18050

No 1

MCLEAN, Angus overseer Clare Co Stanley. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1874 Grant Book 60 Page 112 County Victoria

MCLEAN, Angus farmer Hundred of Andrews. Trustee unnamed School Hundred of Andrews Hundred of Andrews land grant 1875 Grant Book 56 Page 310 County Stanley

No 1

MCLEAN, Archibald and John farmers Angas Special Survey 1857 Memorial 164/121

MCLEAN, Archibald farmer Strathalbyn 1857 Memorial 100/134

MCLEAN, Archibald farmer Melrose Farm Strathalbyn 1861 Memorial 168/175

No 2 - possibly a continuation of No 1

MCLEAN, Archibald farmer Kincraig Hundred of Hynam land grant 1873 Grant Book 29 Page 161 County MacDonnell

No 3 - possibly a continuation of No 2

MCLEAN, Archibald farmer Naracoorte Hundred of Naracoorte land grant 1879 Grant Book 50 Page 113 County Robe

MCLEAN, Archibald farmer Narracoorte 1880 Application 18050

MCLEAN, Archibald farmer Hundred of Hynam 1890 Memorial 123/401

MCLEAN, Archibald farmer Hundred of Hynam Hundred of Hynam land grant 1890 Grant Book 29 Page 168 County MacDonnell

No 4

MCLEAN, Archibald farmer near Clare 1860 Application 1409

No 1 - perhaps the same person

MCLEAN, Catherine widow Adelaide 1891 Memorial 111/409

MCLEAN, Catherine widow Plympton, died c1891 intestate. Letters of administration to Catherine Graham BRADLEY wife of Alfred Bradley billiard table proprietor Adelaide (Finniss St) Memorial 119/412

No 1

MCLEAN, Donald farmer Angas Special Survey 1845[-1857]. Husband of Christina McLean and father of Hugh McLean the Elder and John McLean both of the Angas Special Survey Memorials 458 & 459/5

MCLEAN, Donald farmer Strathalbyn 1848 Memorial 301/13

MCLEAN, Donald farmer near Kanmanoo 1859 Application 897

MCLEAN, Christina widow of the late Donald McLean farmer Strathalbyn, died 9/4/1869, of old age, aged 78 Application 10209

No 2

MCLEAN, Donald labourer Adelaide 1853 Hundred of Myponga land grant Memorial 190/60

MCLEAN, Donald farmer formerly of Adelaide but now of Myponga 1855 Memorial 10/83

No 3 - possibly the same person

MCLEAN, Donald baker Mt Torrens 1856 Memorial 327/112

MCLEAN, Donald yeoman Harrogate 1863 Memorial 329/188

No 4

MCLEAN, Donald stockholder Glenforslan 1881 Memorial 129/329

MCLEAN, Donald Henry farmer Lameroo. Hundred of Bews land grant 1911 Grant Book 12 Page 9 County Chandos

MCLEAN, Douglas Allan Commonwealth Bank of Australia bank manager SA head office located in Adelaide 1951 Application 28797

MCLEAN, Dugald labourer Penola 1868 Memorial 205/253

No 1

MCLEAN, Ewen farmer Bordertown. Hundred of Wirrega land grant 1880[-1886] Grant Book 7 Page 42 County Buckingham

MCLEAN, Ewen farmer Bordertown 1884 Memorial 16/359

MCLEAN, FC JP bank manager Minlaton 1926 Memorial 42/496

MCLEAN, George undertaker Jacob St, Gawler 1936 Application 28162

No 1

MCLEAN, Gilbert stockholder Lower Light 1861 Memorial 14/188

MCLEAN, Gilbert stockholder Lower Light linked with Hugh McLean farmer Gawler Plains 1861 Memorial 111/176

MCLEAN, Hector Anthony retired 27 Vinall St, Dover Gardens 1970, declared that between 1945-1949, he worked on the land at Noarlunga, growing flowers, vegetables and almond tress. Between 1951-1965, he lived in Victoria, but came back regularly to check on his Noarlunga land Application 29759

No 1 - probably the same person

MCLEAN, Hugh farmer One Tree Hill 1853 Memorial 56/64

MCLEAN, Hugh farmer Gawler Plains 1856 Memorial 258/111

MCLEAN, Hugh farmer Ardgour 1861 Memorial 14/188

MCLEAN, Hugh stockholder Gawler Plains 1861 Memorial 66/199 Stockholder Ardgour near Smithfield 1863[-1864] Memorials 43/199 & 70/218

MCLEAN, Hugh sheep farmer near Smithfield 1866 Memorial 271/208

No 2

MCLEAN, Hugh shoemaker Narracoorte 1871 Memorial 99/257

MCLEAN, Hugh farmer Naracoorte Hundred of Naracoorte land grant 1877 Grant Book 50 Page 109 County Robe

MCLEAN, Hugh farmer Narracoorte 1880 Application 18050

No 3

MCLEAN, Hugh farmer Coolatoo Rosetown (Hundred of Lacepede) township allotment land grant 1877 Grant Book 29 Page 219 County MacDonnell

No 4 - perhaps the same family

MCLEAN, Hugh sheep farmer Stony Creek Hundred of Talunga 1877 Application 15912

MCLEAN, Anne Sophie Annie married woman Kapunda formerly MAITLAND nee MCMILLAN (wife of Hugh McLean formerly farmer Mt Pleasant but now of Kapunda) daughter of Rosannah McMillan nee THYER daughter of the late Joseph Thyer formerly farmer Somerset Farm Eastern Sources of the Torrens now deceased 1927 Memorial 114/498

No 1

MCLEAN, James gentleman Adelaide 1851 Memorial 490b/28

No 2

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

MCLEAN, James Sparshott grocer Gawler 1903[-1904] Memorial 217/448, Application 24765

No 1

MCLEAN, John labourer Adelaide 1842 Memorial 373/2

No 2

MCLEAN, John carrier Mt Barker 1849 Memorial 351/15

No 3

MCLEAN, John farmer Angas Special Survey - son of Donald McLean farmer Angas Special Survey 1845 Memorial 459/5

MCLEAN, John farmer Angas Special Survey 1857 Memorial 165/121

MCLEAN, John farmer Strathalbyn 1849[-1856] Memorial 399/48

MCLEAN, John farmer Waterloo Plains near Strathalbyn 1858 Memorial 230/137

MCLEAN, John farmer Milang 1859[-1863] Memorial 171/153

MCLEAN, John farmer Angas Plains and Elizabeth McLean his wife 1900 Application 23970

No 1

MCLEAN, John Trail draper Adelaide (Hindley St) 1879[-1888] Memorial 168/319

MCLEAN, John Trail manager of the SA Cooperative Society Ltd of Hindley St, Adelaide 1889 Memorial 114/397

MCLEAN, John Trail manufacturer Adelaide 1890 Memorial 187/432

MCLEAN, Kenneth mason Henley Park 1925, born at Yandish, declared that he was 60 years of age. He was the only son of Archibald McLean labourer Melrose, who died 1867 Wirrabara, and Ann McLean, who was still alive in 1884 Application 27406

MCLEAN, Malcolm labourer Sevenhill and Ann McLean his wife 1952 Application 28852

MCLEAN, Mary widow Salisbury 1867 Application 8906

MCLEAN, Murdock farmer Clare Co Stanley. Hundred of Reynolds land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 31 County Victoria

MCLEAN, Neil farmer near Bordertown. Hundred of Tatiara land grant 1878 Grant Book 7 Page 7 County Buckingham

No 1

MCLEAN, Rachel, Margaret and Jane spinsters Angas Special Survey Co Hindmarsh 1846 Memorial 449/7

MCLEAN sisters - Rachel nee McLean wife of Ewen MCDONALD farmer Finniss River, Margaret nee McLean wife of James KEATING licensed victualler Woodend on the Mt Alexander Road Vic and Jane nee McLean wife of John CHERITON farmer Angas River near Strathalbyn 1858 Memorial 173/133

No 1

MCLEAN, William of Adelaide 1841 Memorial 340/64

No 2

MCLEAN, William carpenter Adelaide (Grenfell St) 1856. He purchased the remainder of the lease of the St Vincent's Inn [at Brighton?] from Thomas MOODY Memorial 239/95

No 3

MCLEAN, William tailor Robe 1865 Memorial 33/202

No 4

MCLEAN, William master mariner Melbourne Vic 1875 Memorial 73/286

MCLEAN, William master mariner of Melbourne Vic but at present of Adelaide 1876 Memorial 49/295

MCLEAN, William master mariner Melbourne Vic 1876 Application 15630

No 5

MCLEAN, William ironmonger Adelaide (Hindley St) 1879 Memorial 211/319

No 6

MCLEAN, William engine fitter Chapel St, Thebarton and Elizabeth Vivianna McLean his wife 1897 Application 23345

MCLEAN, William engine fitter Chapel St, Thebarton and Elizabeth Viviania McLean his wife. Parents of George Arthur McLean and Mary Amelda McLean minors Chapel St, Thebarton 1901 Memorial 24/443

MCLEAN, William Trail tailor Adelaide (Rundle St). He leased premises on pt TA 83 'the large room and the watercloset … lately occupied by Wills & Co and used as a tailoring workroom' 1880 Memorial 197/326

No 1

MCLEAY, Alexander farmer Clinton Centre. Hundred of Clinton land grant 1912 Grant Book 14 Page 145 County Daly

MCLEAY, Alexander farmer Clinton, died 7/7/1948. Executors – Edward Websdale PAINTER chartered accountant (Aust) and Marie Alexa MCAULEY married woman Commodore Station via Quorn 1951 Grant Book 14 Page 157 County Daly

No 1 – perhaps the Elder

MCLEAY, John farmer Hundred of Everard 1885 Memorial 37/366

MCLEAY, Alexander farmer Clinton trustee Wesleyan Methodist Church prob at Clinton 1887 Grant Book 14 Page 136 County Daly

MCLEAY, Alexander grazier Unley Park had links with Clinton 1912 Grant Book 14 Page 144 County Daly

MCLEAY, Catherine married woman Unley Park Co Adelaide. Hundred of Clinton land grant 1911[-1915] Grant Book 14 Page 143 County Daly

No 1

MCLEAY, George farmer Clinton 1888 Grant Book 14 Page 136 County Daly

MCLEAY, Margaretta married woman Clinton [Mrs George McLeay nee Margaretta BARTON] 1908 Grant Book 14 Page 141 County Daly

No 1 – perhaps the same person; perhaps the Elder

MCLEAY, John farmer Price Hundred of Clinton land grant 1910 Grant Book 14 Page 142 County Daly

MCLEAY, John out of business Hawthorn Co Adelaide. Hundred of Kulpara land grant 1908 Grant Book 14 Page 337 County Daly

No 2 – the Younger

MCLEAY, John and Roderick farmers Hundred of Clinton 1895 Memorial 86/425

MCLEAY, John the Younger farmer Pt Clinton 1901 Memorial 229/444

MCLEAY, John the Younger farmer Clinton. Hundred of Clinton land grant 1904 Grant Book 14 Page 156 County Daly

MCLEAY, John farmer Clinton Centre. Hundred of Clinton land grant 1910[-1911] Grant Book 14 Page 142 County Daly

MCLEAY, Roderick farmer Hundred of Clinton Co Daly 1885[-1886] Memorial 197/368

No 1

MCLEAY, Simon farmer Hundred of Clinton 1885 Memorial 206/368

MCLEAY, Simon farmer South Hummocks. Hundred of Kulpara land grant 1919 Grant Book 14 Page 340 County Daly

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

MCLEISH, George farmer Upper Wakefield 1854[-1856] Memorial 34/63

MCLEISH, George the Younger farmer Upper Wakefield 1858[-1859] Memorial 301/150

MCLEISH, George farmer Mintaro 1874 Grant Book 13 Page 3 County Dalhousie

MCLEISH, George contractor Mintaro 1877 Memorial 126/297

MCLEISH, George farmer Mintaro 1878 Memorial 245/305

No 1

MCLEISH, George farmer Jamestown. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1873 Grant Book 60 Page 109 County Victoria

MCLEISH, George Grieg, Robert McLeish and Stewart Martin McLeish farmers Parnaroo 1890[-1893] Memorial 86/405

No 1

MCLEISH, James farmer Mintaro 1853[-1860] Memorial 336/58

MCLEISH, James farmer Mt Bryan Flat Hundred of Terowie land grant 1880 Grant Book 40 Page 14 County Kimberley

No 1

MCLEISH, John farmer Upper Wakefield 1854 Memorial 33/63

MCLEISH, John farmer Upper Wakefield, died 5/10/1854 intestate and unmarried, from falling down a well, aged 25. His father, George McLeish, inherited his estate as heir at law.John McLeish had lived with his parents, George and Agnes McLeish, since they had arrived in SA 15 years previously. John’s brother, James McLeish, gave the above information Application 11481

No 2

MCLEISH, John of the Hundred of Terowie Hundred of Terowie land grant 1880 Grant Book 40 Page 15 County Kimberley

No 1

MCLEISH, Martin carrier Gawler 1875 Memorial 306/206

Memorial 141/416

No 2

MCLEISH, Martin out of business Miller St, North Unley 1911 Application 25936

No 1

MCLEISH, Robert station master Blackwood 1901 Memorial 48/443

MCLEISH, Robert stationmaster Blackwood linked with Hilda McLeish spinster Blackwood 1903 Memorial 169/450

MCLELLAN, Donald and Nicol of Bordertown 1872 Memorial 106/263

No 1

MCLELLAN, James engineer Milang and Esther McLellan his wife 1895 Memorial 56/425

MCLELLAN, James engineer formerly of Milang but now of Goodwood, and Esther McLellan his wife 1917 Memorial 45/476

MCLELLAN, John farmer Hammond 1887 Memorial 169/384

MCLELLAN, Nicol sheepfarmer Pine Hill. Trustee Institute Bordertown Bordertown (Hundred of Tatiara) allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 66 Page 52 County Buckingham

No 1

MCLELLAN, Robert shepherd Strathalbyn 1848 Memorial 320/13

MCLELLAN, Robert formerly carrier Adelaide 1844 but now farmer and carrier Strathalbyn 1851 Application 7113

MCLELLAN, Robert carrier Strathalbyn 1852 Memorial 72/44

MCLELLAN, Robert farmer Strathalbyn 1855 Memorial 264/80

No 1 - perhaps the same person

MCLELLAND, Alexander farmer Adelaide 1853 Memorial 185/54

MCLELLAND, Alexander farmer Munno Para 1859 Memorial 282/152

MCLELLAND, John wheelwright Gawler 1849[-1851] Memorial 373/17

MCLENAGHAN, R bank manager Penola 1889 Memorial 8/396

MCLENNAN, Alexander overseer Penola Penola North (later Penola Hundred of Penola) township allotment land grant 1868 Grant Book 31 Page 144 County Grey

No 1

MCLENNAN, Finlay sheep farmer and grazier Gumbowie 1892 Memorial 204/415

MCLENNAN, Finlay of Gumbowie, died 1890. Husband of Jane McLennan. Father of Kate TOWNSEND wife of Thomas Townsend, Allan McLennan, Johanna McLennan, Jane McLennan, Harry McLennan, Also Alexander McLennan (if he still survived). Harriet McLennan spinster Hundred of Coglin linked with this family Memorials 18-19/439

No 1 – perhaps the same person

MCLENNAN, John farmer Morchard trustee Morchard Cemetery 1879 Book 13 Page 257 County Dalhousie

MCLENNAN, John farmer Morchard 1903 Book 13 Page 266 County Dalhousie

No 1

MCLENNAN, Kenneth farmer McLaren Vale 1854 Hundred of Bremer land grant Memorial 249/79

MCLENNAN, Kenneth farmer Angas River 1855 Memorial 258/81

MCLENNAN, Kenneth farmer near Langhorne Creek 1857 Memorial 11/129

MCLENNAN, Kenneth farmer Angas Plains 1858 Langhorne Creek District School trustee Memorial 59/152

MCLENNAN, Kenneth farmer Hundred of Bremer 1860 Memorial 153/166

No 1

MCLENNAN, Malcolm gentleman Adelaide 1858 Memorial 228/147

MCLENNAN, Malcolm gentleman formerly of Adelaide but at present absent from SA 1859 Memorial 54/158

MCLENNAN, Malcolm gentleman formerly of South Australia but now of Plymouth, Devon, England 1860 Memorial 71/175

MCLENNAN, Malcolm formerly of SA, but then of Plymouth, Devon, England, died 30/7/1860. His personal estate to his wife, Linzie McLennan. The testator's wife also to get £300 cash, and a £100 annuity. The real estate and cash to go into trust, to provide for the annuity, and to build up a fund for the children of the marriage to inherit after the youngest child had reached the age of 21 after their mother had died or remarried. Estate worth £3,000. The executors gave power of attorney to George YOUNG of Adelaide, to sell his estate in SA 23/1/1861 Deposit 155/1861

No 1

MCLENNAN, Roderick railway guard Kingston S-E Hundred of Lacepede land grant 1878 Grant Book 46 Page 5 County MacDonnell

MCLENNAN, Roderick railway guard Kingston S-E 1885 Memorial 124/371

MCLENNAN, Roderick railway guard Mt Gambier 1890 Application 21819

No 1

MCLEOD, Alexander Esquire Kalangadoo Run linked with John Norman McLeod Esquire Portland Vic 1866 Memorial 183/213

MCLEOD, Alexander Esquire Kalangadoo Run 1867 Memorial 6/223

No 2

MCLEOD, Alexander farmer Hynam. Hundred of Hynam land grant 1877[-1880] Grant Book 29 Page 165 County MacDonnell

No 3

MCLEOD, Alexander farmer Hilltown Co Stanley. Hundred of Tarcowie land grant 1879[-1880] Grant Book 13 Page 44 County Dalhousie

MCLEOD, Alexander farmer Broughton (later Redhill) Co Daly. Hundred of Andrews land grant 1881 Grant Book 56 Page 303 County Stanley

MCLEOD, Alexander James wheelwright Hurtle Vale near the Onkaparinga 1845 Memorial 43/5

No 1

MCLEOD, Allan farmer Cape Jervis 1860 Memorial 173/164

MCLEOD, Allan farmer Cape Jervis 1869 Memorial 34/242

MCLEOD, Allan farmer Cape Jervis father of Kenneth McLeod carter New Thebarton and grandfather of Allan Kenneth McLeod and Ann Kate McLeod 1884 Memorial 178/355

MCLEOD, Allan farmer Cape Jervis and his nephew John McLeod master mariner Pt Adelaide 1883, visited the Bank of South Australia together in Adelaide during 1865 Application 20031

MCLEOD, Allan farmer Cape Jervis linked with Kenneth McLeod contractor New Thebarton 1884 Memorial 182/358

MCLEOD, Allan farmer Cape Jervis, power of attorney to Kenneth

McLEOD contractor New Thebarton, to manage his SA business affairs

7/5/1884 Deposit 112/1884

MCLEOD, Allan Kenneth clerk Adelaide, Kate McLeod spinster Adelaide and Kenneth McLeod carter New Thebarton 1899 Memorial 31/438

MCLEOD, Angus farmer Jessie. Hundred of Jessie land grant 1894 Grant Book 50 Page 260 County Robe

MCLEOD, Arthur Edward grazier Robe 1966, born 31/1/1902 Robe, declared he had lived in the area ever since Application 29649

MCLEOD, C sheep overseer Nailsworth 1886 Memorial 148/378

No 1

MCLEOD, Charles farmer Yankalilla 1859 Memorial 162/151

No 2

MCLEOD, Charles farmer Curramulka trustee Wesleyan Methodist Church Curramulka township allotment land grant 1879 Grant Book 19 Page 368 County Fergusson

MCLEOD, D farmer Penong 1892 Memorial 116/418

No 1

MCLEOD, Donald saddler Narracoorte 1871[-1895] Memorial 100/255, Application 18047

No 2

MCLEOD, Donald farmer Belalie. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1876[-1877] Grant Book 60 Page 123 County Victoria

No 3

MCLEOD, Donald farm labourer Narridy Hundred of Narridy land grant 1880 Grant Book 60 Page 258 County Victoria

No 4

MCLEOD, Donald gentleman Penola, died 20/8/1908. Granduncle of Donald MCDONNELL son of the testator's niece, Annie McDonnell and Michael McDonnell labourer Penola her husband 1946 Memorial 153/520

MCLEOD, Donald Fraser dairyfarmer Middleton linked with James Kenneth McLeod farmer Goolwa 1948 Memorial 36/523

MCLEOD, DW auctioneer Middleton 1925 Memorial 28/494

MCLEOD, Francis Hector George sheep farmer Tatiara 1862 Memorial 138/202

MCLEOD, Frank Donald of Geelong Vic, power of attorney to Harry TURNER and Jabez Edwin THOMAS accountants Grenfell St, Adelaide, to sell all his SA assets and remit the proceeds 22/11/1883 Deposit 249/1883

MCLEOD, George farmer Oaklands Yorke Peninsula Hundred of Dalrymple land grant 1901 Grant Book 19 Page 149 County Fergusson

MCLEOD, Henry Duncan locomotive fitter Pt Augusta 1942 Application 28338

No 1 - likely to be the same person

MCLEOD, Hugh Lawrence Esquire Benyeo Station 1866 Memorial 155/210

MCLEOD, Hugh Lawrence sheep farmer Kirbyloite Vic 1878. He had interests in Kincraig in SA Application 16584

MCLEOD, HL pastoralist Bengo Station Vic 1879 Application 17592

MCLEOD, Hugh Lawrence gentleman formerly of Narracoorte but now of Belmont, Geelong Vic 1885 Memorial 119/367

No 1

MCLEOD, James Esquire Adelaide 1839 Application 28751

No 2

MCLEOD, James Esquire Tarranga Section 126 Survey C 1841 Esquire Adelaide 1842 Application 28751

No 3

MCLEOD, James wheelwright Hurtle Vale near the Onkaparinga 1847 Memorial 83/8

MCLEOD, James wheelwright Morphett Vale 1852 Memorial 114/42

MCLEOD, James formerly wheelwright Hurtle Vale 1851 but now farmer Reynella 1863 Application 4007

No 4

MCLEOD, James sheep farmer Darling River NSW 1859[-1860] Memorial 3/162, Application 1205

No 5 – perhaps a continuation of No 4

MCLEOD, James squatter Gaskmore Park Co Adelaide. Hundred of Dalkey land grant 1864[-1865] Grant Book 26 Page 232 County Gawler

MCLEOD, James gentleman Gaskmore Park Co Adelaide. Hundred of Hall land grant 1865 Grant Book 56 Page 211 County Stanley

MCLEOD, James stockholder Gaskmore Park 1866 Application 7592

MCLEOD, James stockholder Gaskmore Park on the Torrens near Campbelltown 1871 Application 11244

No 6

MCLEOD, James of Cariare Kulpara Co Daly 1875 Memorial 100/285

No 7

MCLEOD, James farmer Hundred of Andrews trustee unnamed School Hundred of Andrews. Hundred of Andrews land grant 1875 Grant Book 56 Page 310 County Stanley

No 8

MCLEOD, James stockholder Enfield 1881[-1886] Memorial 128/331

No 9

MCLEOD, James farmer Currency Creek 1885 Memorial 169/365

MCLEOD, James farmer Currency Creek 1890 Application 21805

No 10 - perhaps a continuation of No 9

MCLEOD, James farmer Middleton 1900 Application 24105

MCLEOD, James farmer Middleton 1903[-1907] Memorial 168/449

MCLEOD, James and James Kenneth both farmers Middleton 1923 Memorial 40/488

MCLEOD, James Alexander farmer Morphett Vale, died 30/7/1865. He left a cottage each and one acre of land each, to his daughters Emma and Harriet McLeod, in the western corner of Section 537, abutting the highway, provided the sisters allowed their brother George McLeod to take water from the well on the property at any time. His son, George McLeod, to have the rest of the section, with all the personal estate and farming implements etc. He had to also keep his mother, Mary McLeod, until she died or remarried Application 13421

No 1

MCLEOD, John the Elder miner formerly of Ballarat Vic but at present in Adelaide linked with John McLeod the Younger miner Cape Jervis 1862 Memorial 348/186

MCLEOD, John miner Cape Jervis 1863 Memorial 195/188

No 2

MCLEOD, John farmer Morphett Vale 1865 Memorial 219/201

No 3

MCLEOD, John shepherd Hill River near Clare 1870 Application 11175

No 4

MCLEOD, John master mariner Pt Adelaide 1876 Application 15083

No 5

MCLEOD, John of Gumbowie 1891[-1896] Memorial 187/409

MCLEOD, John of Gumbowie died c1898. Linked with Norman McLeod farmer Petersburg and Salma and Annie McLeod spinsters Gumbowie Memorial 51/435

MCLEOD, John Douglas farmer Morphett Vale 1895 Memorial 116/426

No 1

MCLEOD, John Norman sheepfarmer Portland Vic. Hundred of Grey land grant 1861[-1862] Grant Book 30 Page 361 County Grey

MCLEOD, John Norman sheepfarmer Kalangadoo. Hundred of Grey land grant 1863 Grant Book 30 Page 363 County Grey

MCLEOD, John Norman Esquire Portland Vic. He leased pastoral land in the South-East 1866 Memorial 241/216

No 1

MCLEOD, Kenneth farmer Cape Jervis Co Hindmarsh. Hundred of Melville land grant 1874 Grant Book 19 Page 69 County Fergusson

MCLEOD, Kenneth storekeeper Edithburgh, power of attorney to Arthur CHAPMAN agent Adelaide, to wind up his SA estate ‘for divers valuable considerations’ 26/8/1876 Deposit 222/1876

No 2

MCLEOD, Kenneth shoemaker Narracoorte and Sarah McLeod his wife 1880 Application 18047

MCLEOD, Kenneth bootmaker Narracoorte 1882 Application 18918

MCLEOD, Lewis licensed victualler Devonshire Hotel, Mintaro 1880[-1881] Memorial 10/326

No 1

MCLEOD, Loudon Hastings Esquire & Flora Ann MacLeod widow Ronay Section 712 near Adelaide 1843 Memorial 78/3 This family likely to have links with Calcutta, India. A Union Bank of Calcutta draft mentioned in the payment. This area, near Willunga, called Tarranga, by 1846 Memorial 18/7

MCLEOD, Loudon Hastings Esquire Section 712 Survey C linked with Flora Anne MacLeod widow of the same place 1846 Memorial 209/6

MCLEOD, Loudon Hastings Esquire Tarranga near Willunga 1846 Memorial 18/7

MCLEOD, Loudon Hastings Esquire Adelaide 1850 Memorial 12/26

MCLEOD, Loudon Hastings stockholder Tatiara District 1854 Memorial 482/76

MCLEOD, Loudon Hastings sheep farmer Tatiara Country 1855 Memorial 402/97

McLEOD, Loudon Hastings gentleman The Tatiara Country, power of attorney to George Young merchant Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 17/1/1859 Deposit 31/1859

MCLEOD, Loudoun Hastings sheep farmer Nalang Run, Tatiara District 1868 Memorial 59/229

No 1 FIND CHECK RUNS

MCLEOD, Malcolm farmer near Clare 1860 Application 1415

MCLEOD, Malcolm farmer Pt MacDonnell Co Grey. Hundred of Andrews land grant 1868 Grant Book 56 Page 310 County Stanley

MCLEOD, Malcolm farmer Bundaleer. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 123 County Victoria

MCLEOD, Mary widow Belalie. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1876[-1877] Grant Book 60 Page 124 County Victoria FIND HUSBAND

MCLEOD, Murdoch shepherd Yongala Co Dalhousie. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1877 Grant Book 60 Page 125 County Victoria

No 1

MCLEOD, Norman farmer Gumbowie 1887[-1898] Memorial 97/384

MCLEOD, Norman farmer Gumbowie Hundred of Gumbowie land grant 1900 Grant Book 40 Page 48 County Kimberley

MCLEOD, Roderick labourer Gum Creek Co Stanley. Hundred of Tarcowie land grant 1879 Grant Book 13 Page 44 County Dalhousie

MCLEOD, RD farmer Poonindie 1905 Application 24885

MCLEOD, Sophia widow Bordertown 1873 Memorial 215/265

No 1

MCLEOD, William and MONTGOMERY, William farmers Encounter Bay, 14 year lease of Section 2230 for £12/6/- year the 1st 7 and £16/8/- a year the second 7 years (From John HART Esquire Adelaide) 1846 Memorial 407/6

MCLEOD, William 35 farmer Encounter Bay married Mary Ann AGNEW 25 domestic servant Encounter Bay in November 1849 W McLeod's private home Encounter Bay. Minister: RN Newland. Witnesses: William MONTGOMERY and Margaret BROWN. William McLeod died 26/6/1854, leaving his widow and two children - James McLeod and Mary Elizabeth nee McLeod. ME nee McLeod 21 spinster Glenford near Middleton, married Ezra YATES 22 farmer South Hummocks Hundred of Kulpara (Father: John Yates) on 16/9/1873 John Abbott home Glenford, near Middleton. Minister: Charles HODGE. Witnesses: John ABBOTT farmer Glenford and James McLeod farmer Glenford. Mary Ann McLeod 23 widow landowner Encounter Bay remarried John ABBOTT 23 farmer Encounter Bay, on 12/4/1855 Mrs McLeod's residence near Pt Elliot. Minister; John ROBERTS. Witnesses: Ralph WARDLE and Eliza ABBOTT. John ABBOTT died 3/11/1893 Application 23033

MCLEOD, William farmer Encounter Bay 1854 Memorial 197/68

No 2

MCLEAN, William publican Robin Hood Inn Norwood 1864 Application 4818

No 1

MCLEOD, William John farmer Arkaba trustee unnamed Chapel Hundred of Arkaba Hundred of Arkaba land grant 1880 Grant Book 33 Page 3 County Hanson

MCLEOD, William John of Arkaba 1883 Memorial 181/348

No 1

MCLOW, Thomas coachmaker and wheelwright Kapunda 1859 Memorial 321/160

MCLOW, Thomas coachmaker Kapunda 1862 Application 3459

MCLURE, Albert pastoralist Clinton Ave, Myrtle Bank 1947 Memorial 37/522

MCLURE, Mary of North Tce, Adelaide 1853 Memorial 14/54

No 1

MCLURE, Richard gentleman and contractor Brompton 1854[-1856] Memorial 497/68 Contractor Adelaide 1857 Memorial 87/129

MCLURE, Richard formerly of Adelaide but now of Melbourne Vic 1857 Memorial 290/114

MCLURE, Richard gentleman formerly of Brompton but now of Melbourne Vic 1860 Memorial 249/164

MCLUSKY, John publican Burra 1892 Memorial 155/415

No 1

MCMAHON, Bernard farmer Cudlee Creek 1881 Application 18740

MCMAHON, Bernhard farmer Cudlee Creek 1882[-1883] Memorial 145/339

MCMAHON, Bertie Denis labourer Morphett Vale 1950 Application 28832

MCMAHON, Charles farmer Kulkami. Hundred of Cotton land grant 1934 Grant Book 12 Page 128 County Chandos

MCMAHON, Cornelius Ambrose licensed victualler Kapunda 1912 Application 26125

No 1 FIND CHECK RUN

MCMAHON, Denis farmer Light River 1862[-1865] Memorial 205/186

No 1

MCMAHON, Denis farmer Narridy. Hundred of Narridy land grant 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 250 County Victoria

MCMAHON, Denis farmer Woodside Co Adelaide. Hundred of Narridy land grant 1877 Grant Book 60 Page 254 County Victoria

No 1 - probably the same person

MCMAHON, Edward labourer Adelaide 1853 Memorial 467/47

MCMAHON, Edward dairyman Adelaide (Franklin St) 1857[-1870] Memorial 76/132

MCMAHON, Eileen hotelkeeper Largs Bay 1910 Memorial 216/462

No 1 - probably the same person

MCMAHON, James grocer Adelaide 1856 Memorial 234/102

MCMAHON, James farmer Cox Creek 1861 Memorial 120/179

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

MCMAHON, James storekeeper Hamley Bridge 1906 Memorial 95/494

No 3

MCMAHON, James labourer Farrell Flat Co Stanley. Hundred of Black Rock Plain land grant 1880 Grant Book 13 Page 106 County Dalhousie

MCMAHON, James Tracey labourer Pekina. Hundred of Pekina land grant 1927 Grant Book 13 Page 176 County Dalhousie

No 1

MCMAHON, John labourer Allen Creek 1867 Memorial 145/232

MCMAHON, John labourer formerly of Allen Creek but now of Hansborough 1874 Memorial 200/275

No 2 - perhaps a mixture of the Elder and the Younger

MCMAHON, John labourer Bull Creek 1870 Memorial 94/248

MCMAHON, John labourer Macclesfield 1921[-1936] Memorial 89/484

No 3

MCMAHON, John farmer Pekina purchased land at Woodside 1885 Memorial 246/364

MCMAHON, John of Black Rock Plain 1890 Memorial 149/406

MCMAH0N, John formerly of Woodside but now of Pekina 1891 Application 24416

No 4

MCMAHON, John farmer Lameroo trustee School Hundred of Bews 1909 Grant Book 12 Page 5 County Chandos

No 1

MCMAHON, Martin publican Morning Star public house Kapunda, 9 year lease at £104 a year from the owner, Robert Fotheringham brewer Kapunda, and the obligation to 'purchase colonial stout, porter, beer and ale from the lessor' 1880 Memorial 191/325

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

MCMAHON, Martin farmer Kapunda Hundred of Kapunda land grant 1898 Grant Book 44 Page 137 County Light

MCMAHON, Martin farmer near Kapunda, died 3/6/1925. Husband of Kate McMahon Memorial 68/493

MCMAHON, Martin farmer near Kapunda, died 3/6/1925. He owned allotments in Kapunda, formerly belonging to John FORD formerly farmer Light River now gentleman Burnside 1896. M McMahon left his estate to his wife, Kate McMahon. She died 3/10/1940. Her estate to be sold and the proceeds divided equally amongst her children - Martin Raphael McMahon, James Christopher McMahon, William John McMahon, Ann DERMODY, Ellen JORDAN, Mary FEEHAN, Catharine McMahon and Margaret May McMahon. Also to the children of her deceased son, Cornelius Ambrose McMahon - Mary and Joseph McMahon. Executors were Martin Raphael McMahon agent Kapunda and James Christopher McMahon storeman 6 Westbury St, Hackney by 1942 Application 28326

MCMAHON, Martin farmer near Kapunda, died 3/6/1925. He left his entire £400 estate to his wife, Kate McMahon, absolutely Application 27995

MCMAHON, Kate widow Kapunda, died c1941. Executors; Martin Raphael McMahon agent Kapunda and James Christopher McMahon storeman Westbury St, Hackney Memorial 113/516

No 3 FIND CHECK RUN

MCMAHON, Martin farmer Bundaleer. Hundred of Bundaleer land grant 1877 Grant Book 60 Page 355 County Victoria

MCMAHON, Martin farmer Hundred of Boolcunda Co Newcastle 1889 Memorial 187/399

No 1

MCMAHON, Michael bootmaker Mintaro 1870 Memorial 93/251

No 2

MCMAHON, Michael farmer Auburn Co Stanley. Hundred of Black Rock Plain land grant 1881[-1882] Grant Book 13 Page 109 County Dalhousie

No 3

MCMAHON, Michael farmer Crystal Brook 1897 Memorial 96/431

No 4 – perhaps the same person

MCMAHON, Michael farmer Wild Horse Plains 1905 Application 24991

MCMAHON, Michael farmer Long Plains Co Gawler. Hundred of Pinnaroo land grant 1909 Grant Book 12 Page 45 County Chandos

No 5

MCMAHON, Michael farmer Keswick Co Adelaide. Hundred of Parilla land grant 1910 Grant Book 12 Page 96 County Chandos

No 6

MCMAHON, Michael gardener Morphett Vale, died 20/12/1943 Royal Adelaide Hospital intestate and a widower. Father of Leonard Russell McMahon engineer Nelshaby Memorial 52/518

MCMAHON, Michael gardener Morphett Vale, died c1943 intestate. People to benefit from his estate included Leonard Russell McMahon engineer Nelshaby, Bert Denis McMahon labourer Morphett Vale, Eileen Mary VINEY married woman Downing St, Brighton, Raphael Claude McMahon labourer Noarlunga, Ella Pearl ROESLER married woman Angaston and Winifred VINEY married woman Sturt Rd, Brighton 1944 Application 28369

No 1

MCMAHON, Murty labourer Marion 1854 Memorial 8/78

MCMAHON, Murty farmer Marion 1869 Memorial 55/240

MCMAHON, Murty labourer Marion 1876 Application 15199

MCMAHON, Murty farmer Marion on the Sturt 1878 Memorials 209 & 210/311

MCMAHON, Murty farmer Marion and Sarah McMahon his daughter spinster Marion 1882 Memorial 192/345

MCMAHON, Murty commonly called Morty McMahon farmer Marion 1882 Application 19072. Father of Francis Edward McMahon labourer Marion Application 19917

MCMAHON, P railway employee Warwick St, Walkerville 1910 Application 25742

No 1

MCMAHON, Patrick and Stephen farmers Clare 1849 Memorial 31/18

MCMAHON, Patrick labourer Clare 1868[-1871] Memorial 213/233

MCMAHON, Patrick labourer Clare, died c1886 intestate. Letters of administration to his wife, Elizabeth McMahon, to settle his £500 estate Memorial 96/380

No 2

MCMAHON, Patrick and Mary McMahon his wife formerly the wife of the late John O'LOUGHLIN formerly farmer Peachey Belt but now deceased 1858 Memorial 256/133

No 3

MCMAHON, Patrick farmer Light River Hundred of Alma land grant 1858 Grant Book 26 Page 13 County Gawler

No 4

MCMAHON, Patrick farmer Bull Creek 1867 Memorial 237/219

No 5

MCMAHON, Patrick labourer Portland Estate 1873[-1880] Memorial 215/269

No 6

MCMAHON, Patrick farmer Broughton (later Redhill) Co Daly. Hundred of Hart land grant 1877 Grant Book 56 Page 477 County Stanley

MCMAHON, Patrick labourer Clare, died 1886. Husband of Elizabeth McMahon, who was living at Glen Osmond by 1920 Application 26916

No 7

MCMAHON, Patrick motor car proprietor Adelaide (Gratton St) and Terence Mc Mahon labourer Adelaide (Gratton St) 1912 Memorial 220/466

No 1

MCMAHON, Peter of Cudlee Creek 1844 Memorial 120/4

MCMAHON, Peter farmer Cudlee Creek 1852[-1876] Memorial 286/42 Hundred of Tungkillo land grant 1858 Memorial 90/148

MCMAHON, Peter farmer Cudlee Creek 1875 Application 25079

MCMAHON, Peter farmer Cudlee Creek, died 4/4/1878. In 1880, all children each received a share of the assets, except the eldest son, Peter McMahon, who already had his share, and Sarah McMahon, who had died. Family included - Margaret CHIGWIDDEN wife of Peter Chigwidden farer Balaklava, Ebby HIGGINS wife of Michael Higgins farmer Alma Plains, Esther HODGSON wife of Aaron Hodgson farmer Cudlee Creek, Ellen BUTLER widow Cudlee Creek. Kate and Mary McMahon spinsters Cudlee Creek and Bernard McMahon farmer Cudlee Creek. Did Patrick KELLY farmer Narridy marry one of the McMahon daughters? Memorial 26/326

MCMAHON, Peter farmer Cudlee Creek died 4/4/1878, leaving his widow a life interest in the real estate, ‘kept in comfort by his children until her death’. Estate worth £500. Catherine McMahon died 15/1/1883, of exhaustion after diarrhoea, aged 67. Her daughter Catherine McMahon lived at Woodside. Estate to be divided equally amongst the children - Bernard, Peggy, Ebbie, Elsie, Ellen, Kate, Sarah and Mary. Esther McMahon 28 married Michael KEHOE 29 widower farmer Gleeson Plains (Father: Andrew Kehoe) on 20/9/1875 St Matthew’s Blumberg. Witnesses: Bernard McMahon farmer Cudlee Creek Jane DINEEN dressmaker Lobethal. Michael Kehoe died. His widow, Esther Anne Kehoe 23 (odd age?) remarried to Aaron HODGSON 24 labourer Koolunga (Father: Aaron Hodgson) on 31/1/1880 Mt Barker. Witnesses: Bernard McMahon farmer and Mary McMahon Cudlee Creek. Another daughter, McMAHON, Margaret spinster married Peter CHIGWIDDON bachelor on 29/8/1854 Cudlee Creek. Witnesses: Peter CONNOLLY and Johannah HENNESSY Application 20244

No 2

MCMAHON, Peter formerly farmer 1865 but now labourer Springbank near Adelaide 1876 Application 15511

No 1

MCMAHON, Richard labourer Adelaide 1850 Memorial 462/27

MCMAHON, Richard formerly labourer Adelaide but now licensed victualler Castlemaine Vic 1859 Memorial 272/153

MCMAHON, Stephen Michael labourer Pekina. Hundred of Pekina land grant 1920 Grant Book 13 Page 175 County Dalhousie

MCMAHON, Terrence yeoman Macclesfield 1863 Memorial 269/191

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

MCMAHON, Thomas farmer Mt Gambier 1874 Memorial 51/276

MCMAHON, Thomas [the Elder] [formerly farmer Mt Gambier but then] blacksmith Narracoorte, died 14/5/1880 Memorial 244/323

MCMAHON, Thomas farmer Drop Drop near Mt Gambier, died 14/5/1880 intestate. His widow, Mary MacMahon, was absent from SA. Letters of administration to his son, Thomas MacMahon blacksmith Narracoorte. Estate worth £150 Application 26948

MCMAHON, Thomas the Younger blacksmith Narracoorte 1880 Memorial 244/323

No 2 FIND CHECK RUN

MCMAHON, Thomas farmer Clare Co Stanley. Hundred of Redhill land grant 1876 Grant Book 14 Page 362 County Daly

MCMAHON, Thomas farmer Georgetown. Hundred of Narridy land grant 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 250 County Victoria

MCMAHON, Thomas Joseph builder Norwood Hatherleigh (Hundred of Mt Muirhead) township allotment land grant 1881 Grant Book 31 Page 328 County Grey

No 1

MCMAHON, William farmer Alford 1905 Grant Book 14 Page 219 County Daly

No 2

MCMAHON, William boilermaker's assistant Gawler South 1921[-1923] Memorial 61/482, Application 27097

MCMAHONEY, Timothy labourer Kapunda 1891 Application 22074

MCMALONEY, John farmer Cockatoo Creek Hundred of Barossa 1855 Memorial 1/86

No 1

MCMANES, Irwin Edward teamster Pinda Beautiful Valley Hundred of Willochra land grant 1882 Grant Book 24 Page 545 County Frome

MCMANES, Irwin Edward farmer Hundred of Willochra 1886 Memorial 196/375

MCMANN, Patrick shepherd Black Point 1864 Memorial 105/200

No 1

MCMANUS, Bernard cook Adelaide Hospital 1867 Memorial 33/220

No 2

MCMANUS, Bernard licensed victualler Upper Walkerville 1903 Memorial 235/449

MCMANUS, John Edmund 41 bachelor railway employee Adelaide Father: Edward McManus married Mary Immaculate POWER 37 spinster domestic duties Freeling Father: Edward Power on 18/10/1905 St Rose's RC Church Kapunda. Minister: George WILLIAMS. Witnesses: Irwin Hugh McManus labourer Kangaroo Island and Julia Gertrude SEMMENS domestic duties Wasleys 1910 Application 25768

MCMANUS, Mary widow Farrell Flat Hundred of Terowie land grant 1880[-1882] Grant Book 40 Page 12 County Kimberley

MCMANUS, Patrick of St Leonards and Annie McManus his wife formerly Annie KOEN spinster St Leonards 1885 Memorial 177/385

No 1 FIND CHECK RUN

MCMANUS, Thomas labourer formerly of North Goolwa but now of Dry Creek 1864 Memorial 306/194

MCMANUS, Thomas farmer Farrell Flat Co Stanley. Hundred of Whyte land grant 1879 Grant Book 60 Page 55 County Victoria

MCMARNAY, John yeoman Vincent View near Adelaide 1854 Memorial 243/62

No 1

MCMARTIN, Finlay farmer Booleroo trustee unnamed Church Hundred of Booleroo land grant 1880 Grant Book 24 Page 620 County Frome

MCMARTIN, Finlay farmer Melrose Hundred of Booleroo land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 622 County Frome

MCMARTIN, F farmer Booleroo Centre 1897 Memorial 165/430

MCMARTIN, F farmer and agent Booleroo Centre 1907 Memorial 177/457

MCMARTIN, J JP of Booleroo Centre 1903 Memorial 54/449

No 1 – the Elder

MCMARTIN, Peter labourer Bowden 1839 Application 1417

MCMARTIN, Peter florist Bowden 1848 Memorial 379/10 Labourer Bowden 1849 Memorial 16/19

MCMARTIN, Peter labourer Bowden 1851 Memorial 497/35

MCMARTIN, Peter labourer Brompton 1852[-1854] Memorial 490/45

MCMARTIN, Peter teamster Bowden 1854 Loyal Albert Oddfellow Lodge trustee Memorial 112/74

MCMARTIN, Peter farmer Bowden 1854 Memorial 245/79

MCMARTIN, Peter carrier Bowden 1855 Memorial 493/84

MCMARTIN, Peter farmer formerly of Bowden but now of Lockay Vale at Macaw Creek 1855 Memorial 102/88

MCMARTIN, Peter farmer Macaw Creek Hundred of Gilbert 1857 Hundred of Gilbert Bible Christian Chapel (pt Section 461) trustee Memorial 262/128

MCMARTIN, Peter farmer Macaw Creek near Riverton 1871[-1878] Memorial 80/384, Application 16887

MCMARTIN, Peter farmer Macaw Creek near Riverton 1874 Application 13816

MCMARTIN, Peter farmer formerly of Riverton but now of Wilmington 1882 Memorial 164/339

MCMARTIN, Charlotte Ann widow Wilmington 1892 Memorial 179/414

No 2 – the Younger

MCMARTIN, Peter the Younger farmer Riverton Hundred of Willochra land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 544 County Frome

MCMARTIN, Peter the Younger farmer Beautiful Valley trustee Cemetery Hundred of Gregory land grant 1878 Grant Book 23 Page 27 County Frome

No 1

MCMICHAEL, C JP bank manager Terowie 1882 Memorial 113/347

MCMICHAEL, Clunie bank manager Georgetown and Fanny Hermione Amelia McMichael his wife 1886[-1888] Memorial 44/375

No 1

MCMICHEN, Robert master mariner Adelaide 1882 Memorial 45/338

MCMICHEN, Robert tentmaker Adelaide (Freeman St) 1887 Memorial 198/383

MCMILL, J the Younger of Adelaide 1868 Memorial 45/233

No 1

MCMILLAN, Alexander teamster Tothill Creek Co Light. Hundred of Ayers land grant 1876 Grant Book 56 Page 200 County Stanley

MCMILLAN, Alexander farmer Willowie Co Frome 1894 Memorial 54/422

No 1

MCMILLAN, Anthony yeoman Highercombe 1857 Memorial 337/123

MCMILLAN, Anthony formerly yeoman Highercombe 1857 but now mason Castlemaine Vic 1864 Application 5185

MCMILLAN, Anthony formerly yoeman Highercombe SA but now mason Castlemaine Vic appointed John McMillan storekeeper Carisbrook SA as his local attorney to sell his SA land 1864 Application 5185

No 1

MCMILLAN, Charles farmer Willowie 1886[-1898] Memorial 174/380

MCMILLAN, Charles farmer Willowie East Co Frome. Hundred of Parilla land grant 1909 Grant Book 12 Page 95 County Chandos

No 1

MCMILLAN, David carpenter Gawler 1858 Memorial 40/136

MCMILLAN, David labourer Gawler South 1864 Memorial 105/196

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

MCMILLAN, David storekeeper Gawler South 1877[-1908] Memorial 61/303, Application 16774

MCMILLAN, David storekeeper Gawler South 1884 Application 20318

MCMILLAN, Duncan farmer Hundred of Willunga Trustee Independent Chapel Section 231 Hundred of Willunga 1850 Memorial 381/30

MCMILLAN, George carter Gawler South 1886 Application 20829

MCMILLAN, Hugh storekeeper Franklin Harbour 1891 Memorial 130/409

No 1

MCMILLAN, Isaac saddler Pt Wakefield 1876 Application 15274

MCMILLAN, Isaac saddler Pt Wakefield 1881 Memorial 157/333

No 1

MCMILLAN, John storekeeper Kersbrook 1862 Memorial 87/181

MCMILLAN, John storekeeper Kersbrook, died 1869. He left estate to the Bethesda Chapel at Kersbrook, and £100 each to the children of his wife's previous marriage - Alice Simpson VERCOE, William Vercoe and Jemima Vercoe; as well as money to his own children by his wife - Anthony McMillan, John Milroy McMillan, Thomas William McMillan, and Eleanor Grace McMillan. The rest of the estate to go into trust for his wife, Mary Simpson McMillan, for life, then to the children of both marriages in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant Memorial 108/242

No 1

MCMILLAN, John gentleman Adelaide 1872 Application 12439

No 2

MCMILLAN, John 24 bachelor farmer Reeves Plains Father: William McMillan married Matilda MCPHARLIN 20 spinster Lewiston (Father: John McPharlin) on 12/4/1876 Presbyterian Church, Gawler. Minister: James Gordon. Witnesses: John McPharlin farmer Lewiston and Emily McMillan of Reeves Plains 1908 Application 25531

No 3

MCMILLAN, John farmer Pt Gawler Co Gawler. Hundred of Hall land grant 1885 Grant Book 56 Page 220 County Stanley

MCMILLAN, John Milroy civil servant Kent Town linked with Thomas William McMillan accountant Glenelg 1907 Memorial 28/457

No 1

MCMILLIN, Jonathan harness maker Kapunda 1865 Memorial 183/206

MCMILLIN, Jonathan formerly of Adelaide but now of the colony of NSW 1868 Memorial 40/233

No 1

MCMILLAN, Mary Simpson widow Norwood 1877 Memorial 77/301

MCMILLAN, Mary Simpson widow Glenelg 1898 Memorial 47/434

MCMILLAN, Robert butcher Richmond. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1909 Grant Book 2 Page 18 County Adelaide

MCMILLAN, Samuel saddler Adelaide 1880 Memorial 61/322

MCMILLAN, W mill foreman Williamstown 1948 Memorial 123/522

No 1

MCMILLAN, William John grazier Golden Grove 1889[-1896] Memorial 143/400, Application 23163

MCMILLAN, William John station manager Bond Spring Station Far North 1906 Application 25121

MCMILLAN, William John formerly farmer Golden Grove but now gentleman Hilton 1916 Application 26555

MCMINN, Gilbert Rotherdale builder Adelaide, became a bankrupt in 1864 Memorial 168/196

MCMINN, J the Younger of Adelaide 1867 Memorial 221/219

No 1

MCMINN, Joseph mercantile clerk Adelaide, and Martha McMinn his wife 1851 Memorial 390/29

MCMINN, Joseph gentleman North Adelaide (Marion St) 1851[-1856] Memorial 183/34.

MCMINN, Joseph probably clerk to William John LAWRENCE solicitor Adelaide 1855 Memorial 376/88

MCMINN, Joseph clerk to Messrs BAGOT & LABATT solicitors Adelaide (Clark Buildings Hindley St)1862 Memorial 216/182

MCMINN, Martha matron North Adelaide had an interest in the Windmill Inn, North Road 1850 Memorial 426/26

MCMINN, Martha of Gover St, North Adelaide 1865 Memorial 86/203

MCMINN, Robert clerk to Messrs SMITH & CULLEN solicitors Adelaide 1854 Memorial 188/231

No 1

MCMINN, William gentleman Adelaide, power of attorney to Luke Michael CULLEN solicitor and Frederick Simeon Carus DRIFFIELD gentleman both of Adelaide, to manage his SA business interests 6/5/1873 Deposit 148/1873

MCMINN, William architect Adelaide 1880 Memorial 141/325

MCMORRON, JW of Millicent 1886 Memorial 70/380

MCMUIR, Robert of Adelaide 1854 Memorial 490/66

MCMULLEN, George Harris gentleman Medindie 1891 Memorial 237/407

No 1

MCMULLEN, Michael carpenter Adelaide 1855 Memorial 3/94

No 2

MCMULLEN, Michael architect Norwood 1876 Application 15114

MCMULLEN, Michael architect Adelaide 1884 Memorial 166/359

No 1

MCMULLEN, WF clerk to WJ VANDENBURGH solicitor Adelaide 1904 Memorial 119/450

MCMULLEN, WF clerk to Messrs MCLACHLAN & VANDENBURGH solicitors Adelaide 1907 Memorial 41/458

MCMURCHY, John cabinetmaker Adelaide (Pirie St) 1871[-1872] Memorial 226/252

MCMURCHY, William cabinetmaker Adelaide 1883 Application 20669

No 1 - probably the same person

MCMURRAY, Joseph yeoman Pt Willunga 1857[-1858] Memorial 17/124

MCMURRAY, Joseph farmer Aldinga 1866 Memorial 87/220

No 2

MCMURRAY, Joseph butcher Adelaide Hundred of Balaklava land grant 1882 Grant Book 26 Page 115 County Gawler

MCMURTRIE, Donald William carrier Milang linked with Hector Philip McMurtrie carrier formerly of Milang but now of Mt Compass 1951 Memorial 85/526

No 1

MCMURTRIE, John publican Adelaide (Stag Inn Rundle St) 1893 Memorial 131/421

No 2

MCMURTRIE, John farmer McLaren Vale and Emma Selina McMurtrie his wife 1897 Application 23295

MCMURTRIE, John farmer McLaren Vale 1905 Memorial 453/153

MCMURTRIE, John farmer McLaren Vale. Hundred of Kuitpo land grant 1919 Grant Book 2 Page 104 County Adelaide

MCMURTRIE, John farmer McLaren Vale linked with Thomas McMurtrie storeman St Peters 1926 Memorial 40/496

MCMURTRIE, John farmer McLaren Vale, died 26/7/1942, of senility, aged 94. Born in Glasgow, Scotland. In SA 89 years. Married at 26 years. 1 son and 4 daughters living. 2 daughters deceased Memorial 66/517

No 1

MCMURTRIE, Mary Ann spinster Aldinga 1887 Memorial 226/385

MCMURTRIE, Mary Ann spinster Hillside Cottage Aldinga, died 15/2/1891. Aunt to Isabella Henderson McMurtrie spinster Edina Farm near Lancelot. Executor: Thomas McMurtrie farmer Edina Farm Co Kimberley Memorials 227 & 228/422 & Application 29228

MCMURTRIE, Thomas farmer Lancelot Hundred of Gumbowie land grant 1897 Grant Book 40 Page 48 County Kimberley

MCMURTRIE, Thomas William farmer McLaren Vale, aged 52 years old in 1942, declared that he had lived his whole life in the area Application 28323

MCMURTRIE, Wallace farmer Mt Gambier 1937 Application 28104

No 1

MCMURTRIE, William farmer Horse Gully 1857 Memorial 164/124

MCMURTRIE, William farmer Glenbank 1866 Memorial 170/216

No 2 - possibly a continuation of No 1; mixture of the Elder and the Younger

MCMURTRIE, William farmer Meadows 1871 Application 11790

MCMURTRIE, William farmer formerly of Kuitpo 1862 but now of The Meadows 1877 Application 15816

MCMURTRIE, William farmer Wickham Hill 1875 Application 14770

MCMURTRIE, William farmer McLaren Vale 1877 Memorial 97/302

MCMURTRIE, William the Elder farmer McLaren Vale, died c1899 a widower. Father of William McMurtrie the Younger farmer Gumbowie and John McMurtrie farmer McLaren Vale Memorial 144/439

MCMURTRIE, William the Elder farmer McLaren Vale, died 10/11/1899. Father of Mary McMurtrie nee McMurtrie wife of Thomas McMurtrie farmer McLaren Vale; William McMurtrie [formerly the Younger] farmer Gumbowie and John McMurtrie farmer McLaren Vale as of (eldest and youngest sons respectively) 1915. Other sons mentioned but not named. Mrs McMurtrie inherited Sections 158 and 168 Hundred of Willunga known as the Salopian Sections near McLaren Vale township Memorial 35/477

MCMURTRIE, William farmer McLaren Vale, died 10/11/1899. Family as of 1941 included - John McMurtrie farmer McLaren Vale; Mary McMurtrie wife of Thomas McMurtrie out of business St Peters; Thomas William McMurtrie farmer McLaren Vale; Sophie Jean BIGG married woman Reade Park; and Isabel Mary BISHOP married woman Torrensville Memorial 53/515

MCMURTRIE, William the Elder widower farmer McLaren Vale (who died 10/11/1899), owned land Sections 158 and 168 Hundred of Willunga called The Salopian. His estate worth £2,000. Father of Mary McMurtrie wife of Thomas McMurtrie, and two sons, William McMurtrie farmer Gumbowie and William McMurtrie the Younger farmer McLaren Vale. Mary McMurtrie died 26/9/1942, leaing 4 children - Thomas William McMurtrie farmer McLaren Vale, Sophia Jean BIGG, Isabel Mary BISHOP Application 28353

MCMUTRIE, Dora married woman Robe S-E 1912 Memorial 63/466

MCMUTRIE, Winnifred Alison married woman Robe S-E 1914[-1920] Memorial 118/474

No 1

MCNAB, James linked with Section 505 Hundred of Kadina Co Daly 1882 Memorial 108/338

MCNAB, James farmer Penang Hundred of Kadina land grant 1885 Grant Book 14 Page 244 County Daly

MCNAIR, James builder Snowtown. Snowtown (Hundred of Barunga) township allotment land grant 1904 Grant Book 14 Page 175 County Daly

MCNAIR, John farmer Lower Finniss 1853 Memorial 468/46

MCNALL, John bank accountant Adelaide 1885[-1886] Memorial 149/370

MCNALLY, Anne widow Bowden 1873 Application 12557

No 1 - perhaps the same person

MCNALLY, Bernard farmer Adelaide 1857 Memorial 311/129

MCNALLY, Bernard farmer Lower Light 1879 Memorial 100/317

MCNALLY, Edward Patrick licensed victualler Adelaide (Saracen's Head Carrington St) 1912[-1913] Memorial 168/467

MCNALLY, Eliza spinster Adelaide Hundred of Dublin land grant 1866 Grant Book 26 Page 335 County Gawler

MCNALLY, Francis farmer Terowie 1886 Memorial 53/377

No 1 - perhaps the same person; perhaps the Elder

MCNALLY, James labourer Adelaide 1857 Memorial 115/117

MCNALLY, James and Joseph formerly labourers Adelaide 1857 but now farmers Woolshed Flat 1864. Thomas McNally could not write Application 4994

MCNALLY, James labourer Adelaide Hundred of Dublin land grant 1866 Grant Book 26 Page 335 County Gawler

No 2

MCNALLY, James coachman North Adelaide 1874 Memorial 148/274

No 3 – the Younger

MCNALLY, James the Younger farmer Hundred of Gumbowie 1885 Memorial 9/368

No 4

MCNALLY, James storekeeper Tarcoola Out of Hundreds. Tarcoola (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1901 Grant Book 65 Page 302 County Not named

MCNALLY, Jane spinster Adelaide 1876 Memorial 38/288

MCNALLY, Joseph mason Kapunda 1875 Application 14176

No 1 - perhaps the same person

MCNALLY, Thomas labourer Adelaide 1857 Memorial 115/117

MCNALLY, Thomas farmer Woolshed Flat 1859 Memorial 245/155

MCNALLY, William Louis farmer near Moonta. Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1908 Grant Book 14 Page 279 County Daly

MCNAMARA, Alice and Mary spinsters Oladdie 1888 Memorials 186 & 187/395

MCNAMARA, Bridget Helena widow licensed victualler formerly of 79 Brown St, Adelaide but then of Orroroo (relict of the late Thomas James McNamara), died 31/3/1948 Memorial 199/522

No 1

MCNAMARA, Edward farmer Bungaree 1881 Book 13 Page 258 County Dalhousie

MCNAMARA, Edward and Patrick farmers Clare 1886 Memorial 200/374

MCNAMARA, Edward farmer Clare 1886 Memorial 91/382

MCNAMARA, Edward farmer Eurelia 1891 Memorial 124/409

MCNAMARA, Eliza spinster of the Hundred of Eurilpa Co Granville 1886 Memorial 67/373

MCNAMARA, Francis Joseph butcher 6 Paringa St, Parkside 1951 Memorial 27/526

No 1

MCNAMARA, James farmer Morphett Vale 1852 Memorial 278/50

No 2

MCNAMARA, James and John farmers Adelaide 1854[-1855] Hundred of Light land grant Memorial 410/92

MCNAMARA, James and John farmers Mt Katherine near Kapunda 1861 Memorial 341/173

MCNAMARA, James farmer near Kapunda 1867 Memorial 2/219

MCNAMARA, James farmer Bagot Gap near Kapunda 1868 Memorial 45/229

MCNAMARA, James and John farmers formerly of Adelaide 1854 but now of Mt Catherine 1868 Application 9013

MCNAMARA, James farmer Fords Hundred of Terowie land grant 1880 Grant Book 40 Page 14 County Kimberley

No 3

MCNAMARA, James JP of Eurelia 1881[-1885] Memorial 126/332

No 4

MCNAMARA, James farmer Bungaree Co Stanley. Hundred of Eurelia land grant 1882 Grant Book 13 Page 380 County Dalhousie

No 5

MCNAMARA, James of Teetulpa Out of Hundreds. Hundred of Eurelia land grant 1887 Grant Book 13 Page 385 County Dalhousie

No 1

MCNAMARA, John farmer Sandergrove 1864 Application 4985

No 2

MCNAMARA, John farmer Mt Catherine 1875 Memorial 80/298

No 3

MCNAMARA, John farmer Saddleworth Co Light. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 116 County Victoria

No 4

MCNAMARA, John farmer Bungaree Hundred of Coomooroo land grant 1881 Book 13 Page 258 County Dalhousie

MCNAMARA, John farmer Coomooroo. Hundred of Eurelia land grant 1882 Grant Book 13 Page 380 County Dalhousie

No 5

MCNAMARA, John farmer Hammond 1901 Memorial 45/442

No 1

MCNAMARA, John Joseph Aloysius general agent Lameroo. Pinnaroo (Hundred of Pinnaroo) township allotment land grant 1908[-1911] Grant Book 12 Page 76 County Chandos

MCNAMARA, John Joseph Aloysius auctioneer and land agent Lameroo. Parilla (Hundred of Parilla) township allotment land grant 1910 Grant Book 12 Page 113 County Chandos

No 1

MCNAMARA, Kate spinster Bungaree Plains Co Stanley. Hundred of Eurelia land grant 1884 Grant Book 13 Page 384 County Dalhousie

MCNAMARA, Kate spinster Bungaree 1885 Memorial 27/369

MCNAMARA, Maria widow Queenstown 1867[-1879] Memorial 109/268

No 1 - probably the same person

MCNAMARA, Martin yeoman Gawler 1850 Memorial 449/22

MCNAMARA, Martin farmer Gawler Plains and Mary Macnamara, his wife 1852 Memorial 450/39

MCNAMARA, Martin farmer Kapunda 1853 Memorial 38/64

MCNAMARA, Martin farmer Saddleworth 1857 Memorial 57/116

MCNAMARA, Martin farmer near Tothill Creek 1860 Application 1200

MCNAMARA, Martin farmer Tothill Creek 1863[-1872] Memorial 82/196

MCNAMARA, Martin farmer near Steelton on the Dirty Light Co Light. Hundred of Apoinga land grant 1869 Grant Book 8 Page 60 County Burra

MCNAMARA, Martin farmer formerly of Tothill Creek 1863 but now of Steelton 1874. He could not write Application 13617

MCNAMARA, Martin farmer Steelton on the Dirty Light 1875 Memorial 79/283

No 2

MCNAMARA, Martin hotelkeeper Lady Fergusson Hotel North St, Adelaide 1904 Memorial 181/450

MCNAMARA, Mary spinster near Clare Co Stanley. Hundred of Eurelia land grant 1883 Grant Book 13 Page 383 County Dalhousie

No 1

MCNAMARA, Michael gentleman Pt Adelaide 1854[-1856] Memorial 403/71

No 2 – perhaps the same person; perhaps a mixture of the Elder and the Younger

MACNAMARA, Michael farmer Naracoorte Hundred of Hynam land grant 1876 Grant Book 29 Page 164 County MacDonnell

MCNAMARA, Michael the Younger farmer Naracoorte Hundred of Naracoorte land grant 1880 Grant Book 50 Page 114 County Robe

No 3

MCNAMARA, Michael contractor Coromandel Valley and Ann McNamara his wife 1895 Application 22879

No 4

MCNAMARA, Michael gardener Macclesfield 1906 Memorial 153/455

MCNAMARA, Michael gardener Macclesfield. His wife, Bridget McNamara, died 30/12/ 1908 intestate Memorial 56/466

MCNAMARA, Michael formerly gardener Macclesfield but now of Goodwood 1921 Memorial 9/482

MCNAMARA, Michael formerly farmer Macclesfield but now out of business Goodwood 1923, declared that he had been born on 29/9/1844 Application 27128

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

MCNAMARA, Patrick farmer Gawler River 1849 Memorial 322/24

MCNAMARA, Patrick farmer Wakefield River 1853[-1857] Memorial 118/79

MCNAMARA, Patrick farmer Wakefield River Hundred of Upper Wakefield land grant 1861 Grant Book 56 Page 113 County Stanley

MCNAMARA, Patrick farmer Clare Vale Farm near Auburn. Hundred of Upper Wakefield land grant 1861 Grant Book 56 Page 115 County Stanley

MCNAMARA, Patrick farmer and stockholder Clare Co Stanley. Hundred of Redhill land grant 1873[-1876] Grant Book 14 Page 352 County Daly

MCNAMARA, Patrick stockowner near Clare 1876 Memorial 46/287

MCNAMARA, Patrick farmer near Rochester 1878[-1884] Application 16943

MCNAMARA, Patrick farmer Bungaree Co Stanley. Hundred of Redhill land grant 1879 Grant Book 14 Page 374 County Daly

MCNAMARA, Patrick farmer Bungaree Co Stanley. Beachport (Hundred of Rivoli Bay) township allotment land grant 1879 Grant Book 31 Page 290 County Grey

MCNAMARA, Patrick farmer Bungaree 1881 Book 13 Page 256 County Dalhousie

MCNAMARA, Patrick the Elder farmer Bungaree Co Stanley. Hundred of Eurelia land grant 1883 Grant Book 13 Page 383 County Dalhousie

MCNAMARA, Patrick the Elder farmer of Clare linked with Patrick McNamara the Younger farmer Eurelia 1885 Memorial 98/369

MCNAMARA, Patrick farmer Eurelia 1886 Memorial 201/374

MCNAMARA, Patrick the Younger farmer Eurelia 1888 Memorial 162/394

MCNAMARA, Patrick the Elder of Oladdie 1889 Memorial 98/398

No 2

MCNAMARA, Patrick farmer Booyoolie. Hundred of Booyoolie land grant 1877 Grant Book 60 Page 150 County Victoria

No 3

MCNAMARA, Patrick labourer Macclesfield and Mary McNamara his wife 1894 Memorial 3/424

No 4

MCNAMARA, Patrick labourer Adelaide (Gray St), died 17/4/1889 intestate and a widower. Estate worth £570. Father of Mary Ann NICHOLSON wife of Alexander Nicholson sharebroker Adelaide (Gouger St) Memorial 179/435

MCNAMARA, Patrick labourer Adelaide (Grey St), died 17/4/1889 intestate and a widower. Father of Mary Ann NICHOLSON wife of Alexander Nicholson sharebroker Adelaide (Gouger St) and Lilian McNamara spinster West Tce, Adelaide. Estate worth £305 Memorial 167/457

No 5

MCNAMARA, Patrick labourer Norwood and Mary McNamara his wife 1897. She could not write Application 23457

MCNAMARA, Patrick labourer Norwood 1897 Application 23489

MCNAMARA, Philip labourer Clare 1853[-1854] Memorial 436/50

MCNAMARA, Sarah Elizabeth married woman Blackwood linked with Stephen CARTHEW market gardener Scott Creek 1942 Application 28339

MCNAMARA, Stephen labourer Clare and Mary Elizabeth McNamara his wife 1938[-1944] Memorial 80/512

No 1

MCNAMARA, Thomas carpenter Unley 1851[-1854] Memorial 127/32

No 2

MCNAMARA, Thomas innkeeper Macclesfield purchased the unexpired lease of the Wellington Inn Wellington on the Murray for £200 1880 Memorial 174/324

MCNAMARA, Thomas licensed victualler Wellington on the Murray 1883 Memorial 67/363

MCNAMARA, Thomas innkeeper Goolwa 1891 Application 22053

No 3

MCNAMARA, Thomas farmer Farrell Flat Co Stanley. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 122 County Victoria

No 4

MCNAMARA, Thomas farmer near Kapunda Co Light. Hundred of Pekina land grant 1881 Grant Book 13 Page 163 County Dalhousie

MCNAMARA, Thomas farmer Pekina. Hundred of Walloway land grant 1888 Grant Book 13 Page 227 County Dalhousie

No 5

MCNAMARA, Thomas farmer Round Hill 1891 Memorial 202/410

MCNAMARA, Thomas Alfred publican Goolwa 1884 Application 20316

No 1 - perhaps the same person

MCNAMEE, James 23 labourer Mt Gambier (Father: Peter McNamee) married Eliza MCKEVITT 24 servant Adelaide (Father: James McKevitt) on 28/8/1869 St Peter’s College. Minister: John J ROCHE. Witnesses: Patrick GILLESPIE clerk Adelaide and Honora MAHNEY servant no address Application 18967

MCNAMEE, James labourer Mt Gambier and Eliza McNamee his wife formerly Eliza MCKEVITT 1875 Memorial 250/281

MCNAMEE, James farmer Mt Gambier 1889 Memorial 146/398

No 1 - probably the same person

MCNAMEE, William labourer Adelaide 1856[-1864] Memorial 88/100

MCNAMEE, William contractor Adelaide (East Tce). He leased quarry land in Mitcham 1862 Memorial 82/182

MCNARHNY, John yeoman Vincent's View [Section 183 Survey B Sturt Road] near Adelaide 1852 Memorial 243/62

No 1

MCNAUGHTON, Duncan farmer Aldinga [Husband of Barbara McNaughton] 1858 Memorial 92/143

MCNAUGHTON, Barbara widow the Bremer River near Harrogate relict of the late Duncan McNaughton formerly of the Bremer River now deceased 1864 Memorial 327/199

No 2

MCNAUGHTON, Duncan farmer Mt Rufus near Truro Hundred of Dutton land grant 1866 Grant Book 17 Page 94 County Eyre

No 1

MCNAUGHTON, John farmer Black Rock Plain 1879[-1904] Book 13 Page 296 County Dalhousie

MCNAUGHTON, John farmer Black Rock Plain 1886[-1890] Memorial 53/375

MCNAUGHTON, John farmer Black Rock near Kooringa trustee Baptist Church Black Rock 1893 Grant Book 13 Page 447 County Dalhousie

MCNAUGHTON, Barbara Doris spinster 27 Fashoda St, Hyde Park, Emma Katie McNaughton spinster 10 Winchester St St Peters, Marion Isobel McNaughton spinster Orroroo, Caroline Penelope BRICE married woman Orroroo, and Keith Brice McNaughton grazier Orroroo linked in certain real estate as tenants-in-common 1940 Grant Book 13 Page 232 County Dalhousie

MCNAUGHTON, Mary widow Le Fevre Peninsula 1855 Memorial 403/92

MCNAUGHTON, Neil of Carrieton 1887 Memorial 235/385

MCNAUGHTON, William Birch miner Giles Knob 1888 Memorial 8/390

No 1

MCNAY, John yeoman Oakbank 1857 Memorial 266/115

MCNAY, John labourer Oakbank, died 23/11/1858 intestate, of nephritis, aged 26. He and his wife had come to live in the township c1853. She continued to live in their cottage until her death date not stated. The first-born son, George McNay, born c1855 Oakbank, was a labourer of Richmond Vic in 1900. Thomas BURGESS farmer Oakbank, who had come to live in Oakbank c1850, knew the family well Application 23994

No 1 - probably the same person

MCNEIL, David farmer Caltowie. Trustee Wesleyan Methodist Church Caltowie Caltowie (Hundred of Caltowie) township allotment land grant 1873 Grant Book 60 Page 444 County Victoria

MCNEIL, David, James and John farmer Sheaoak Log 1877 linked with Anna Maria McNeil widow Sheaoak Log 1877 Memorial 176/299

MCNEIL, David farmer Sheaoak Log Co Light. Hundred of Caltowie land grant 1877 Grant Book 60 Page 184 County Victoria

MCNEIL, David farmer Caltowie linked with John McNeil farmer Sheaoak Log and Isabella HEASLIP nee McNeil wife of Robert Heaslip farmer Gladstone 1884 Memorial 13/357

MCNEIL, David farmer Wilson. Wilson [also known as Kanyaka Siding] (Hundred of Cudlamudla) township allotment land grant 1884 Grant Book 49 Page 167 County Newcastle

MCNEIL, David farmer Wilson. Hundred of Wonoka land grant 1885 Grant Book 5 Page 30 County Blachford

MCNEIL, David farmer Wilson linked with John McNeil no description 1886 Memorial 146/379

MCNEIL, David farmer Wilson [also known as Kanyaka Siding] trustee Cemetery Hundred of Cudlamudla Hundred of Cudlamudla land grant 1889 Grant Book 49 Page 120 County Newcastle

No 1

MCNEIL, James famer Sheaoak Log 1885 Application 20801

No 2

MCNEIL, James labourer Armagh near Clare 1886 Memorial 200/380

No 1

MCNEIL, John farmer Caltowie Hundred of Appila land grant 1882 Grant Book 24 Page 508 County Frome

No 2

MCNEIL, John prospector Arltunga 1902 Memorial 13/448

MCNEIL, John prospector Arltunga, in partnership with Ernest Claude COLE and Thomas Corney FLETCHER, to an Arltunga mining claim called The White Range oversight, power of attorney to John RHODEN solicitor 128 Queen St, Melbourne Vic, to manage his business affairs in connection with the mine, including sale when the time is appropriate 31/10/1902 Deposit 18/1903

MCNEIL, John B clerk Adelaide 1877 Memorial 135/301

MCNEIL, LL of the Burra Hospital 1948 Memorial 89/523

No 1

MCNEIL, Neil gentleman formerly of Ballarat Vic but now of Adelaide 1877 Memorial 151/301

No 2

MCNEIL, Neil of Kingsford near Gawler 1880 Memorial 200/324

MCNEIL, Neil grazier Kingsford near Gawler 1881 Memorial 86/329

MCNEIL, Neil gentleman Kingsford near Gawler 1882 Application 19129

No 1

MCNEIL, Norman Bruce grazier Normanville 1911 Memorial 59/464

MCNEIL, Norman Bruce of Appakaldree Normanvillle and Augusta McNeil his wife 1925 Memorial 150/492

No 1

MCNEIL, Peter shepherd Bundaleer near Clare 1864 Memorial 271/193

MCNEIL, Peter labourer Bundaleer. Hundred of Bundaleer land grant 1873 Grant Book 60 Page 68 County Victoria

No 1

MCNEIL, Robert farmer Hundred of Nuriootpa 1854 Memorial 413/81

MCNEIL, Robert farmer Sheaoak Log, died 27/8/1859. His wife, Anna Maria McNeil, to receive a quarter of the yearly income of the estate during her widowhood. His children - David McNeil, John McNeil, James McNeil and Isabella McNeill - to inherit certain real estate as each person turned 21 Memorial 266/193

MCNEIL, Robert farmer Sheaoak Log, died 1859-1864. By 1877, his widow, Anna Maria McNeil, was still at Sheaoak Log, as were his sons, David and James McNeil both farmers. The middle son, John McNeil, was a farmer at Caltowie Memorial 176/299

MCNEIL, Samuel Philip engineer Alberton and Maria McNeil his wife 1928 Memorial 120/499

No 1 - likely to be the same person

MCNEIL, Thomas Bible Christian Minister Mt Gambier 1872 Memorial 152/258

MCNEIL, Thomas Bible Christian Minister Balaklava 1889 Memorial 141/396

No 2

MCNEIL, Thomas formerly labourer Cox Creek but now Methodist minister Gumeracha 1906 Memorial 17/456

MCNEIL, William James Alexander warehouseman Adelaide 1927 Memorial 121/498

MCNEILL, Amy married woman 16 Light Tce, Southwark 1945 Application 28419

MCNEILL, James farmer Two Wells 1893 Memorial 174/419

No 1

MCNEILL, John labourer Drainage Works [of the Mt Muirhead Drainage Board] Hundred of Mt Muirhead land grant 1878 Grant Book 31 Page 195 County Grey

No 2

MCNEILL, John farmer Dublin 1891 Memorial 226/406

MCNEILL, John farmer Dublin 1901. He could not write. Application 24134

MCNEILL, William farmer Mallala Hundred of Dublin land grant 1881 Grant Book 26 Page 347 County Gawler

MCNEILLY, Margaret spinster formerly of North Adelaide but now of Kensington 1853 Memorial 59/57

MCNEL, James shepherd Booyoola 1866 Memorial 98/212

MCNELLY, James farmer Rhynie 1871 Memorial 225/254

MCNICOL, Archibald farmer Hundred of Bonney Meningie (Hundred of Bonney) township allotment land grant 1881[-1884] Grant Book 54 Page 55 County Russell

No 1

MCNICOL, James shoemaker Kensington 1853 Memorial 199/55 Shoemaker formerly of Hindmarsh but now of Norwood 1853 Memorial 210/55

MCNICOL, James shoemaker Norwood 1853 Memorial 409/46

MCNICOL, James shoemaker Thornton St, Kensington 1869 Application 9667

No 1 - possibly the same person

MCNICOL, John farmer Salisbury South 1866 Memorial 129/209

MCNICOL, John farmer Para Plains near Salisbury, died 23/7/1866. Donald McNicol labourer Para Plains mentioned as executor Memorial 38/214

MCNICOL, John farmer Para Plains near Salisbury, died 23/7/1866. His relict, Margaret McNicol widow Salisbury, died 21/7/1920. Her estate worth £540. Children - Grace COKER wife of Hedley James Coker commercial traveller Salisbury (his father called William Coker); William James McNicol farmer Douglas Park near Salisbury; Christina McNicol spinster Buxton St, North Adelaide, who died 2/5/1879, of consumption, aged 21. Eliza GRANT widow 23 Buxton St, North Adelaide 1923, declared that she was a sister-in-law to John McNicol (Likely that Grace Douglas Grant of North Adelaide 1890 was her daughter). She could not write. Likely that William DOUGLAS gentleman Salisbury, who died 16/10/1909, of angina pectoris and senility, aged 79 was a relative. He came from Scotland, and arrived in SA 71 years previously. A bachelor. Was he a brother to Mrs John McNicol, because an HJ Coker of Salisbury was his nephew. Is this how Douglas Park got its name? Donald McNicol gentleman Salisbury who died 16/11/1905, of senility and heart failure, aged 70, also likely to have been a relative - perhaps a brother to John McNicol? Application 27156

MCNICOL, Margaret widow Para Plains near Salisbury 1868 Memorial 214/229

No 2

MCNICOL, John labourer Tea Tree Gully 1872 Application 11942

No 3

MCNICOL, John storeman Cottonville. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1911 Grant Book 2 Page 22 County Adelaide

No 1

MCNICOL, Peter storekeeper Adelaide 1842 Memorial 450/1 Draper Adelaide (Hindley St) 1847[-1849] Memorial 42/10

MCNICOL, Peter Esquire Adelaide 1852 Memorial 108/52

MCNICOL, Peter draper Adelaide, died 20/12/1855 place not stated Memorial 245/255

MCNICOL, Peter of Adelaide died. He left some money to Margaret McNICOL spinster Braco, Co Perth, Scotland. She died 13/5/1864, leaving the bulk of her estate to her sister, Jane McGREGOR, nee McNICOL, wife of Grigor McGREGOR of Braco, Co Perth, Scotland. Some money and personal effects also to her brother, William McNICOL farmer Gounnocks, Scotland, and her nephews, Peter and William McGREGOR Enrolment 62/28

MCNICOL, William James farmer Salisbury 1916[-1923] Application 26522

MCNICOL, William John farmer Salisbury 1916 Memorial 55/474

No 1

MCOID, Joseph labourer Adelaide (Hindmarsh Square) 1847 Memorial 3/10

MCOID, Joseph carter Hindmarsh Square, died 8/2/1862 intestate. Administrator: Robert McOid labourer Adelaide Memorial 104/204

No 1

MCOID, Robert butcher Farina Out of Hundreds. Marree (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1884 Grant Book 65 Page 134 County Not named

MCOID, Robert butcher Hergott Springs Out of Hundreds. Trustee Cemetery Marree Marree (Out of Hundreds) township suburban allotment land grant 1887 Grant Book 65 Page 154 County Not named

MCPHAIL, Annie widow Spalding Co Stanley. Hundred of Reynolds land grant 1879 Grant Book 60 Page 32 County Victoria

MCPHAIL, Archibald farmer Tarraville South Gippsland Vic. Husband of Eliza McPhail a beneficiary under the will of the late Samuel DAY of Hay Valley near Nairne Memorial 162/473

No 1

MCPHAIL, Donald farmer near Clare 1860 Application 1412

No 2

MCPHAIL, Donald farmer Naracoorte Hundred of Naracoorte land grant 1886 Grant Book 50 Page 117 County Robe

MCPHAIL, Finlay farmer Yackamoorundie Hundred of Yackamoorundie land grant 1881[-1883] Grant Book 56 Page 96 County Stanley

MCPHAIL, Hugh farmer Naracoorte Hundred of Naracoorte land grant 1880[-1881] Grant Book 50 Page 114 County Robe

No 1

MCPHARLIN, Bernard blacksmith Munno Para 1851 Memorial 59/35

MCPHARLIN, Bernhard blacksmith Little Para 1854 Memorial 126/73

No 1 - probably the Elder

MCPHARLIN, Daniel farmer Para Plains 1851 Memorial 242/30

MCPHARLIN, Daniel farmer Little Para 1853 Memorial 354/51

MCPHARLIN, Daniel farmer Little Para 1854[-1855] Memorial 149/78

MCPHARLIN, Daniel farmer Rose Hill Farm near Golden Grove 1863 Application 3906

MCPHARLIN, Daniel farmer Snake Gully Farm Golden Grove, died c 1863 Memorial 46/188

MCPHARLIN, Daniel farmer Snake Gully Farm Golden Grove, died 20/6/1863. Part of the personal estate to be sold, and together with interest from the real estate, to be used as a trust fund for the maintenance and schooling of his sons, Thomas Gibbons McPharlin and Daniel McPharlin the Younger until they reach 21, when they inherited a half share each absolutely in the remaining real and personal estate. Executors and trustees - John BYERS farmer Upper Little Para and Thomas MCKAY farmer Thebarton. Estate worth £500 Application 20013

No 2 - the Younger

MCPHARLIN, Daniel the Younger police trooper Mt Gambier and Thomas Gibbon McPharlin farmer Golden Grove 1878 sons of the late Daniel McPharlin farmer Golden Grove who died 20/6/1863 Memorial 44/311

MCPHARLIN, Daniel police trooper Mt Gamber linked with Thomas Gibbons Mcpharlin farmer Golden Grove 1879 Memorial 22/319

No 3

MCPHARLIN, Mr farmer Little Para 1851 Memorial 255/36

MCPHARLIN, Daniel or John farmer [formerly of the Little Para but now of] Marion 1858 Memorial 313/139

No 4

MCPHARLIN, Daniel farmer Pt Gawler [probably a son of John McPharlin the Elder of Pt Gawler] 1875 Memorial 172/299

MCPHARLIN, Edgar Percival Stewart and Walter Harold Daniel McPharlin farmers Golden Grove 1899 Memorial 107/437

No 1 - probably the same person

MCPHARLIN, John shoemaker Little Para 1849 Memorial 454/18

MCPHARLIN, John stockholder Pt Gawler 1854[-1855] Memorial 455/62

MCPHARLIN, John the Elder farmer The Point near Pt Gawler, died 1859-1860. His widow, Matilda McPharlin, had remarried, to Ezekial TRANTER farmer Pt Gawler by 1877. The McPharlin children in that year were: Daniel McPharlin, Mary Ann McPharlin, William McPharlin, John McPharlin the Younger, Matilda MCMILLAN wife of John McMillan farmer Lewiston and Eliza Jane McPharlin (She was not yet 21) Memorial 173/299

MCPHARLIN, Matilda widow Virginia 1865 Memorial 80/203

No 2

MCPHARLIN, John farmer Balaklava 1903 Memorial 110/448

MCPHARLIN, John farmer Balaklava 1908 Application 25531

No 1

MCPHARLIN, Thomas Gibbons farmer Golden Grove 1884[-1895] Memorial 179/363

MCPHARLIN, Thomas Gibbons and WH farmers Golden Grove 1903 Memorial 34/450

No 1

MCPARLIN, William farmer Sturt River 1849 Memorial 283/29 MCPARLIN, William farmer Para Plains 1851 Memorial 242/30

MCPARLIN, William farmer Section 468 Hundred of Noarlunga Memorial 500/74

MCPARLIN, William farmer Marion 1856 Memorial 152/106

MCPARLIN, William farmer Marion underwent examination by Dr William GOSSE acting Colonial Surgeon for signs of lunacy. ‘I hereby certify that I have examined William McParlin and so far as I can ascertain believe him to be of sound mind and capable of managing his own affairs’ A dispute had arisen over McParlin’s sale of Section 468 Hundred of Noarlunga to estate agent George GREEN. Statement 20/8/1856. Application 3326

No 1 - perhaps the same person

MCPECK, William labourer Hindmarsh 1890 Application 21809

MCPECK, William labourer Broken Hill NSWS 1892 Application 22284

No 1

MCPHARLIN, Daniel farmer Upper Little Para 1858 Application 56

MCPHARLIN, Daniel farmer Little Para Hundred of Pt Gawler land grant 1860 Grant Book 27 Page 341 County Gawler

MCPHEE, Donald farmer Sandergrove near Strathalbyn 1867 Memorial 164/219

MCPHEE, Ernest Donald lockmaster's assistant Blanchetown and Anna Hulda McPhee his wife [was she a daughter of James Hezekiah Herrmann?]1949 Memorial 100/523

No 1

MCPHEE, Neil farmer Naracoorte Hundred of Hynam land grant 1879 Grant Book 29 Page 166 County MacDonnell

MCPHEE, Neil labourer Narracoorte 1885 Memorial 173/364

MCPHEE, William engineer Lyndoch Valley 1854 Memorial 454/67

MCPHERSON, A accountant , Adelaide (11 Hindmarsh Square) 1948 Application 28600

MCPHERSON, Alexander drover Ardtornish near Modbury, married Mary CAMERON c1844 at Ardtornish. He was often away from home because he was a drover, but he finally left home for good early 1862, and his wife gained a judicial separation from him on 3/3/1871. She owned Section 3034 Hundred of Yatala in trust for life, bought with her money. After her death, the land to go to the children in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant - Annie McPherson, Mary SYMES wife of Thomas Evered Symes chemist South Tce Adelaide, and Elizabeth wife of George BENNETT clerk Melbourne Vic 1881. Both original trustees now dead - Rev'd Robert HAINING and Robert MILNE Esquire Dry Creek, who took up their work 1859 Application 18358

MCPHERSON, Angus gentleman Kensington and Ann McPherson his wife formerly Ann CRESPIN 1854 Memorial 388/71

MCPHERSON, Archibald shepherd of the Light Co Light. Wallaroo (Hundred of Wallaroo) township allotment land grant 1861 Grant Book 14 Page 5 County Daly

No 1 - perhaps the Elder and the Younger

MCPHERSON, David Esquire Robe 1865 Memorial 315/207

MCPHERSON, David contractor Robe 1879 Memorial 173/318

MCPHERSON, David grazier Robe. Trustee Institute Robe Robe (Hundred of Waterhouse) township allotment land grant 1887 Grant Book 50 Page 9 County Robe

No 2

MCPHERSON, David labourer Stone Hut 1866 Memorial 188/214

No 3

MCPHERSON, David engineer Pt Adelaide and Prudence Clevedon McPherson his wife formerly Prudence LYLE 1875 Memorial 115/284

No 1

MCPHERSON, Duncan farmer South Para 1849[-1856] Memorial 253/21

No 2

MCPHERSON, Duncan shepherd Little Bowden 1846 Memorial 156/55

MCPHERSON, Duncan shepherd Bowden 1857 Memorial 81/130

No 3

MCPHERSON, Duncan farmer Bute Co Daly. Hundred of Parilla land grant 1909[-1927] Grant Book 12 Page 94 County Chandos

MCPHERSON, Duncan farmer Goodwood Co Adelaide. Hundred of Parilla land grant 1927 Grant Book 12 Page 101 County Chandos

No 1

MCPHERSON, Frederick Adolphus gentleman Adelaide 1839 Application 15437

MCPHERSON, Frederick Adolphus gentleman Adelaide 1843 Memorial 247/3

MCPHERSON, George sheep station overseer Redbanks Light River 1859[-1862] Memorial 158/149

MCPHERSON, Harold Arthur land agent Adelaide (Hindmarsh Square) 1943 Application 27917

MCPHERSON, Helen spinster Naracoorte Hundred of Lochaber land grant 1883[-1884] Grant Book 29 Page 254 County MacDonnell

MCPHERSON, Hugh labourer of the Portland Estate trustee of the Loyal Duke of Portland Oddfellow's Lodge Friendly Society 1869[-1875] Memorial 35/242

No 1 - likely to be the same person

MCPHERSON, James engineer Le Fevre Peninsula 1869[-1873] Memorial 36/243

MCPHERSON, James engineer Findon 1876 Memorial 38/292

MCPHERSON, James gentleman Coromandel Valley 1877 Memorial 80/299

MCPHERSON, James engineer Pt Adelaide and Coromandel Valley 1882 Application 19513

MCPHERSON, Jane widow formerly of Coromandel Valley but now of The Semaphore, and Margaret DARLING, formerly McPherson, wife of John DARLING engineer The Semaphore, beneficiaries under the will of James McPherson gentleman Coromandel Valley 1890 Application 21772

No 1 - apparently the same person; confused references

MCPHERSON, John mariner Alberton 1854[-1859] Memorial 257/71

MCPHERSON, John mariner Pt Adelaide 1854 Memorial 141/77

MCPHERSON, John master mariner Queenstown 1856 Memorial 322/100

No 1

MCPHERSON, John farmer Hundred of Alma Hundred of Alma land grant 1861 Grant Book 26 Page 18 County Gawler

No 2

MCPHERSON, John farmer Gilberton [perhaps Tarlee] Hundred of Dalkey land grant 1866 Grant Book 26 Page 239 County Gawler

No 1

MCPHERSON, John Alexander farmer Ninnes. Hundred of Ninnes land grant 1908 Grant Book 14 Page 299 County Daly

No 2

MCPHERSON, John Alexander ironmonger Goodwood. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1910 Grant Book 2 Page 25 County Adelaide

No 1

MCPHERSON, John Gordon licensed victualler Wellington on the Murray 1853[-1858] Memorial 491/46

MCPHERSON, John Gordon innkeeper Wellington on the Murray, died c 1860 Memorial 167/169

MCPHERSON, John Gordon of Wellington on the Murray, died before mid-1875, His family included his wife, Margaret McPherson, Catherine MATHESON wife of George Matheson station overseer Sandy Camp, Christina SMYTHE wife of Robert Staples Smythe gentleman Wellington and Anne HARRIS wife of John Harris farmer Langhorne Creek Memorial 44/282

MCPHERSON, John Gordon died 13/9/1860. Margaret McPherson died 25/10/1883. By 1888 his children - Christina SMYTH wife of Robert Staples Smyth gentleman Strathalbyn, Ann HARRIS wife of John Harris farmer Mallala, and Catherine MATHESON widow Belvidere, Son Robert McPherson died 30/8/1868 intestate leaving his eldest son, a minor, his heir at law - Robert John Gordon McPherson of Clear Lake Vic Memorial 110/393

MCPHERSON, Margaret widow Wellington on the Murray 1867 Application 8273

MCPHERSON, Margaret widow Wellington on the Murray, relict of the late John Gordon McPherson of the same place, parents of Catherine MATHESON wife of George Matheson station overseer Sandy Camp near Wellington, Christina SMYTH wife of Robert Staples Smyth merchant Wellington and Ann HARRIS wife of John Harris farmer Langhorne Creek. The McPherson family owned the Wellington Hotel 1876 Memorial 25/289

MCPHERSON, Margaret widow Bletchley 1892 Memorial 120/415

MCPHERSON, John Urquhart clerk Asdelaide Co Adelaide. Tintinara (Hundred of Coombe) township allotment land grant 1911 Grant Book 10 Page 102 County Cardwell

MCPHERSON, Mary Ann widow Yongala 1929 Application 27728

MCPHERSON, Mrs widow Kew 1895 Application 22948

MCPHERSON, Kenneth farmer Mona 1889 Memorial 200/397

MCPHERSON, Malcolm farmer Bute. Hundred of Ninnes land grant 1912 Grant Book 14 Page 301 County Daly

MCPHERSON, Peter yeoman Redbanks Light River 1859[-1860] Memorial 81/158

No 1

MCPHERSON, Robert, died 30/10/1868 intestate. His widow, Mary McPherson, had remarried to a Mr EDWARDS by 1890. Horace John HEGGATON articled clerk Adelaide attended to Mrs Edwards's business affairs. Dispute as to whether Robert John Gordon McPherson was the heir at law of Robert McPherson. SA Supreme Court judgement No 120/1885. Descendants of JG McPherson of Wellington on the Murray Memorial 85/406

MCPHERSON, Robert hotelkeeper Wellington on the Murray, died 30/10/1868 intestate. Letters of administration to his widow, Mary EDWARDS (formerly Mary McPherson) of Clear Lake Vic, to settle his estate. Mrs Edwards appointed Horace John HEGGATON as her attorney to fix this business. He died 8/12/1903 before the work was complete Memorial 10/460

MCPHERSON, Robert formerly hotelkeeper Wellington on the Murray but now deceased. Executrix; Mary EDWARDS married woman Clear Lake Vic 1909 Application 25613

No 2

MCPHERSON, Robert farmer Mintaro Co Stanley. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1881 Grant Book 13 Page 197 County Dalhousie

MCPHERSON, Robert farmer Yongala and Mary Ann McPherson his wife [formerly Mary Ann HIGGINS of Gawler River] 1887 Memorial 185/385

MCPHERSON, Samuel school teacher Le Fevre Peninsula 1881 Memorial 82/333

MCPHERSON, Samuel James schoolmaster formerly of Stephen Tce, Walkerville 1886-1892 but now of North Adelaide 1909 Application 25638

No 1

MCPHERSON, William miner Bowden and Margaret McPherson his wife formerly Margaret GRAY widow of the late James Gray formerly bricklayer Woodside but now deceased 1865 Memorial 238/208

No 2

MCPHERSON, William sheep farmer Penola 1872 Application 12082

MCPHERSON, William sheepfarmer Penola Hundred of Waterhouse land grant 1873 Grant Book 50 Page 24 County Robe

MCPHERSON, William stockowner Penola 1878 Memorial 249/307

MCPHERSON, William sheep farmer Cluny Lodge Penola 1883[-1887] Memorial 29/354

MCPHERSON, William stockholder Dorodong Creek Penola Hundred of Penola land grant 1886 Grant Book 31 Page 103 County Grey

No 1

MCPHIE, John Rae salesman Kent Town 1890 Memorial 67/404

MCPHIE, John Rae salesman Kent Town Hundred of Joanna land grant 1902 Grant Book 50 Page 230 County Robe

MCQUARRIE, Duncan shepherd Hindley St, Adelaide 1845. He bought Section 133 in the Hutt River Special Survey Memorial 313/4

No 1 – perhaps the same person

MCQUARRIE, Joseph labourer Mannanarie. Hundred of Mannanarie land grant 1880 Grant Book 13 Page 81 County Dalhousie

MCQUARRIE, Joseph farmer Mannanarie. Hundred of Mannanarie land grant 1880 Grant Book 13 Page 80 County Dalhousie

No 1

MCQUARRIE, Robert of Mannanarie. Hundred of Mannanarie land grant 1881 Grant Book 13 Page 82 County Dalhousie

No 2

MCQUARRIE, Robert labourer Magill. His wife, Grace McQuarrie, died 7/5/1893, of senile decay, aged 78 Application 25199

MCQUEEN, Andrew shopkeeper Adelaide (Currie St) 1850 Memorial 158/23

MCQUEEN, A clerk Robe 1875 Memorial 10/284

No 1

MCQUEEN, Elspeth widow Robe 1869 Memorial 181/242

MCQUEEN, Elspeth widow Beachport Hatherleigh (Hundred of Mt Muirhead) township allotment land grant 1881 Grant Book 31 Page 328 County Grey

MCQUEEN, Isabella widow Solomontown Pt Pirie 1908 Application 25485

No 1

MCQUEEN, Janet widow Pt Lincoln 1901 Memorial 186/444

MCQUEEN, Janet widow Pt Lincoln mother of Janet BESWICK widow Pt Lincoln 1902 Memorial 132/446

No 1

MCQUEEN, Peter farmer Guichen Bay 1856 Memorial 57/112

MCQUEEN, Peter publican Robe, died c1868. He left his entire estate to his wife, Elspeth McQueen Memorial 197/232

MCQUEEN, Robert farmer Golden Grove 1886 Memorial 242/445

No 1 – perhaps the same person

MCQUILLAN, Charles labourer Saddleworth Co Light. Hundred of Black Rock Plain land grant 1879 Grant Book 13 Page 104 County Dalhousie

MCQUILLAN, Charles farmer Pinda 1885 Memorial 96/368

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

MCQUILLAN, Owen farmer Prospect 1859 Application 237

MCQUILLAN, Owen labourer Prospect 1863 Application 3832

MCQUILLAN, Owen yeoman Prospect 1867 Memorial 70/445

MCQUILLAN, Owen labourer Prospect 1864 Application 5463

MCQUILLAN, Owen dairyman Prospect 1901 , declared that had arrived in SA from Ireland on 8/5/1854. Two days later, he went to live with his brother, Patrick McQuillan, a labourer, at Prospect. Patrick McQuillan sold his house in March 1855 and then left for the Victorian gold diggings. He had a shed on the site to shelter his grazing cows next to the house. Ellen McQuillan, wife of Owen McQuillan, said that she met her future husband in Decemeber 1858, and married him on 8/3/1859. John McQuillan dairyman Prospect, born 18/8/1862, declared that he was the eldest son and heir at law of Owen McQuillan Application 24283

MCQUILLAN, Owen milkman Cochrane Tce, Prospect, died 22/2/1912. His son, John McQuillan milkman Prospect 1913, declared that he used to drive cows for his father along Prospect's streets from the family's private grazing paddocks to the McQuillan home in Cochrane Tce in 1870, when he was 9 years old Application 26239

MCQUILLAN, John milkman Prospect 1914 , declared that his father Owen McQuillan milkman Cochrane Tce, Prospect, had a family of 6 children - Catherine McQuillan James McQuillan, Bridget BURKE nee McQuillan, Ellen MEAD nee McQuillan, Matilda BLATCHFORD nee McQuillan Application 26348

MCQUILLAN, Patrick labourer Prospect 1850[-1855] Memorial 262/20

MCQUILLAN, Thomas farmer Dry Creek 1881[-1884] Memorial 77/330

No 1

MCQUILLAN, William farmer Gilbert River 1854 Memorial 102/68

MCQUILLAN, William farmer The Gilbert near Riverton 1857[-1860] Memorial 246/127

No 1

MCQUIN, Peter shoemaker Robe 1857[-1862] Memorial 290/114

MCQUIN, Peter shoemaker Lordston 1857 Memorial 33/129

MCCORQUINDALE, Duncan the Younger farmer Moerlong Hundred of Grey land grant 1893 Grant Book 30 Page 337 County Grey

MCRACKEN, AE of Two Wells 1899 Memorial 157/439

No 1

MCRAE, Allan licensed victualler Noarlunga 1902. He died 23/11/1905. Husband of Augusta Bertha McRae Memorial 94/447 & Application 29512

MCRAE, Allan licensed victualler formerly of Noarlunga but then of Tapley Hill, died 23/11/1905. Husband of Augusta Bertha McRae Memorial 20/466

MCRAE, Allan Mark licensed victualler Strathalbyn 1884 Memorial 236/357

MCRAE, Ann widow Milang, died 26/8/1906. Executor; James McRae blacksmith Goodwood Memorial 95/457

MCRAE, Annabella widow Aldinga 1854[-1866] Memorial 309/79

MCRAE, Bessie of Carrington St, Adelaide linked with Elizabeth McRae widow Adelaide 1894 Memorial 92/423

MCRAE, Catherine Margaret spinster Aldinga, died 5/5/1882. She left Section 605 District of Aldinga to her brother, Colin McRae Memorial 7/342

No 1 - perhaps the same person; perhaps a mixture of the Elder and the Younger

MCRAE, Colin farmer Aldinga 1883 Memorial 122/348

MCRAE, Colin labourer Barmera linked with Donald McRae fruitgrower Barmera 1923 Memorial 186/488

MCRAE, David of Broken Hill NSW 1889 Memorial 224/398

No 1

MCRAE, Donald of Adelaide 1841 Labourer Adelaide 1847 Application 7613

MCRAE, Donald labourer Adelaide 1847 Memorial 93/9 Farmer Willunga Plains 1850[-1851] Memorial 34/27

MCRAE, Donald farmer Aldinga, died c1855. His farm in trust to the use of his wife and children, until the children come of age. The two sons to get one of the two Sections each - the eldest son to choose his section. The daughters to get 2 thirds value of the Section the youngest son received out of their father’s personal estate,, worth £200 when he died. The widow to be supported by income from the sons’ farms. After her death, all children to share equally the estate remaining. Trustees - Robert LAURIE, Farquhar McRAE, Donald MacKENZIE Deposit 124/1886

MCRAE, Anna Bella widow Aldinga, died 6/7/1887, of 1 year’s senile decay, aged 79. She could not write. Her son, Kenneth McRae farmer Sellick Hill, paid her an annuity until her death 1889 Application 21582

MCRAE, Donald bachelor m Dec 1836, Lochcarron parish church, Co Ross, Scotland, Annabella McKENZIE spinster. Emigrated SA 1840 Tomatin. Between 1840-1845 at Myponga. Bought Sections 619, 632 Hundred of Willunga at Aldinga Plains. Donald McRae died 6/3/1854. Trustees for land in trust to widow and children - Robert LAURIE, Farquhar McRae, Donald MacKenzie. Son Alexander born 1838 Lochcarron, died at sea 1839. Kenneth born Myponga 13/7/1842; John born Myponga 30/8/1844; Catherine born 10/11/1846 Aldinga Plains; Christina born Aldinga Plains 18/12/1849 Deposit 141/1866

No 1

MCRAE, Duncan farmer near Strathalbyn 1854 Memorial 16/117, became a bankrupt in 1874 Memorial 227/277

MCRAE, Mary Maria wife of Duncan McRae farmer Milang c1867, said that she had formerly married Adam ABERCROMBIE stone mason Adelaide, in 1843 at Holy Trinity North Tce, Adelaide. Adam Abercrombie had died c1850 Application 8795

MCRAE, Duncan sheep farmer Murray River 1877 Memorial 212/304

No 2

MCRAE, Duncan publican Wellington on the Murray 1875[-1880] Memorial 121/282

MCRAE, Duncan licensed victualler New Thebarton 1881[-1882] Memorial 196/331

MCRAE, Duncan publican [formerly of the Woolshed Inn, Bordertown but now of] the Royal Hotel, New Thebarton 1881 Memorial 91/336

MCRAE, Duncan licensed victualler [formerly of the Woolshed Inn, Bordertown but now] of Pt Pirie 1887 Memorial 106/387

MCRAE, Duncan hotelkeeper Pt Pirie [owned land in Bordertown] 1888 Memorial 144/390

MCRAE, Elizabeth widow Adelaide probably relict of the late Duncan McRae formerly of Bordertown now deceased 1894[-1899] Memorial 172/421

MCRAE, Elizabeth widow Harrow Road, East Adelaide 1904 Application 24871

No 3

MCRAE, Duncan crewer Avenue Range, South-East District died 30/7/1859. His paternal nephew, John McRAE formerly of MacFarlane Lane, but now of Seedhill, Paisley, Co Renfrew, Scotland, power of attorney to Robert Barr Smith, and in default to Edward StIRLING and John TAYLOR merchants Adelaide, partners of Elder, Smith & Co, Adelaide, to sell the estate and wind up the business affairs of Duncan McRAE 22/12/1860 Deposit 60/1861

No 4

MCRAE, Duncan publican Squatter’s Arms Exchange, Sydney NSW and Charlotte Jane McRae, his wife, inherited land in Bordertown under the will of Sophia COCKERS formerly Sophia MCLEOD. Did they inherit a hotel? Abraham KINGDOM publican Bordertown bought the land 1882 Application 19439

MCRAE, Duncan gentleman Squatters’ Exchange Sydney NSW 1882 Application 19231

MCRAE, Duncan gentleman Glen Innes NSW. Husband of Charlotte Jane McRae, daughter of the late Sophia COCKER commonly known as Sophia MCLEOD widow Bordertown 1885 Application 20614

MCRAE, Duncan gentleman Sydney NSW and Charlotte McRae his wife 1885 Memorial 56/370

No 5

MCRAE, Duncan farmer Aldinga 1886 Memorial 4/378

MCRAE, Edith typiste Adelaide (32 Waymouth St) 1912 Memorial 139/467

No 1

MCRAE, Farquhar farmer Aldinga 1855[-1859] Memorial 87/89

MCRAE, Farquhar farmer Sellick Hill 1862 Application 3166

MCRAE, Farquhar farmer Sellick Hill 1884 Memorial 33/357

No 1

MCCRAE, Farquhar Peregrine Gordon bank manager Adelaide, about to leave the province for a time, power of attorney to John Patrick Ballbirnie VANS acting Bank Manager of the Bank of Australasia Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 20/1/1882 Deposit 97/1882

MCRAE, Farquhar Peregrine Gordon manager Adelaide branch of the Bank of Australasia 1883 Memorial 170/351

MCRAE, Farquhar Peregrine Gordon bank manager formerly of Adelaide but now of Sydney NSW 1889[-1899] Memorial 237/399

No 1

MCRAE, Finlay farmer Section 605 near Willunga 1849[-1862] Memorial 255/15

MCRAE, Finlay farmer Aldinga died c1879. His family consisted of his wife, Mary McRae, his daughters Catherine Margaret McRae, Christiana HAY nee McRae, and Alexis FORREST wife of James Forrest, and his son, Colin McRae. Executors: Thomas ATKINSON farmer and Thomas LASSOCK saddler Willunga Application 21603

MCRAE, Isabella widow Aldinga 1855 Memorial 309/79

No 1

MCRAE, James blacksmith Milang 1883 Memorial 219/350

MCRAE, James blacksmith formerly of Milang but now of Goodwood 1938 Memorial 41/512

MCRAE, Jessica spinster Adelaide 1855[-1856] Memorial 120/88

MCRAE, Jessie milliner Adelaide 1853 Kilkenny allotment purchase Memorial 229/47 Spinster Adelaide 1853[-1860] Memorial 102/49 Milliner Bowden 1853 Memorial 37/60

No 1

MCRAE, John of Adelaide 1841 Application 7613

MCRAE, John farmer Aldinga 1850[-1862] Memorial 209/81

MCRAE, John farmer Aldinga, died 10/11/1883. William BENNY solicitor Adelaide had known John McRae well since c1858 Application 23149

MCRAE, John farmer Aldinga, died 10/11/1883. Executors and trustees: his son Farquhar McRae farmer Sellicks Hill and Duncan STEWART farmer Aldinga. Real estate to his daughter, Catherine CAMERON, for life, then to her second son, Finlay MacDonald Cameron, absolutely. Catherine Cameron, widow o the late Angas Cameron, died 28/8/1919. FD Cameron died 10/3/1945 Memorial 133/356 & RPA Search 2207

MCRAE, Flora McDonald no description died. Probably widow of John McRae who died 10/11/1883. He was the father of Farquhar MacRae farmer Glenshiel Sellicks Hill, Christina MCKENZIE widow Queenstown, Catherine CAMERON widow Aldinga (relict of Angas Cameron of Sellicks Hill. She died 28/8/1919), Finlay Donald MacRae farmer Aldinga, and John MacRae farmer Aldinga. Unclear how Kenneth MacRae farmer Aldinga fits into this family 1896 Memorials 69 & 70/429 & RPA Search 2207

No 2

MCRAE, John farmer Aldinga Co Adelaide. Hundred of Crystal Brook land grant 1879 Grant Book 60 Page 226 County Victoria

MCRAE, John farmer Crystal Brook. Hundred of Crystal Brook land grant 1879 Grant Book 60 Page 228 County Victoria

MCRAE, John farmer Crystal Brook 1888[-1889] Memorial 4/392

No 1

MCRAE, Kenneth farmer Aldinga Plains eldest son of the late Donald McRae formerly farmer Aldinga Plains now deceased and his wife, Annabella McRae now widow Aldinga. John McRae farmer Aldinga Plains was the youngest son 1866 Memorials 212 & 213//212

MCRAE, Kenneth farmer Aldinga 1897. Son of the late Donald McRae farmer Aldinga. After his father died on 6/3/1854, Kenneth McRae had his mother, Anna Bella McRae, live with him and 'I supplied her with food, clothing, and board and lodging and such sums of money as she required from time to time'. Anna Bella McRae widow Aldinga, died 6/7/1887, of 1 year senile decay, aged 79 Application 23367

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MCRAE, Malcolm blacksmith Strathalbyn 1860 Application 1381

MCRAE, Malcolm of Milang and Ann McRae his wife, sister to Donald SUTHERLAND mason Milang 1866 Memorial 163/216

MCRAE, Ann widow of Malcolm McRae of Milang, died 26/8/1906, of senile decay, aged 76. She was a sister to Donald SUTHERLAND mason Milang. Her family consisted of James McRae born 13/7/1857 still alive in 1938 blacksmith 44 Hampton St, Goodwood; Harriet McRae born 16/2/1859 died 22/8/1865; Donald McRae born 24/10/1860 died 5/7/1861; David McRae born 24/10/1860 died 16/5/1861; William McRae bachelor born 3/4/1862 labourer Alma died 13/11/1931 Royal Adelaide Hospital, of stomach cancer (indefinite) and broncho-pneumonia (24 hours), aged 69; Donald McRae born 4/7/1864 still alive in 1938 bricklayer 15 Wesbury Ave, East Fremantle WA; Isabella McRae born 12/10/1865 still alive in 1938 wife of Thomas JENKINS formerly salesman Milang now 28 Leader St, Goodwood; Margaret McRae born 11/3/1867 still alive in 1938 spinster 28 Leader St, Gooodwood; David McRae born 8/5/1871 died 17/11/1875 Application 28113

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MCRAE, Margaret spinster West Milang 1895 Memorial 106/425

MCRAE, Margaret spinster formerly of West Milang but now of Goodwood 1937 Memorial 84/511

MCRAE, Robert of Broken Hill NSW 1889 Memorial 224/398

No 1

MCRIDGE, Henry mariner Adelaide 1852 Memorial 423/43

MCRIDGE, Henry mariner Yankalilla 1856 Memorial 220/113

MCRIDGE, Henry lighthouse keeper Pt Adelaide 1866 Memorial 101/210

MCRITCHIE, Christina spinster Adelaide 1851 Memorial 424/54

MCRITCHIE, George of Rundle St, Adelaide and Constance Jane McRitchie his wife 1913 Memorial 107/469

No 1 - perhaps mixture of the Elder and the Younger

MCRITCHIE, William farmer Bendleby 1891 Memorial 224/406

MCRITCHIE, William the Younger farmer Hundred of Bendleby 1890 Memorial 169/403

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

MCRITCHIE, William farmer Bendleby trustee Institute Johnburgh 1896 Grant Book 13 Page 312 County Dalhousie

MCROBIE, Robert Blyth prospector Adelaide (Rundle St) 1896 Memorial 12/429

MCROSTIE, Alexander farmer Millicent 1885 Memorial 50/373

MCROSTIE, Alexander James storekeeper Tantanoola Tantanoola (formerly Lucieton Hundred of Hindmarsh) township allotment land grant 1898 Grant Book 31 Page 301 County Grey

MCROSTIE, Henry packer Payneham 1883[-1916] Memorial 116/354

MCROSTIE, Henry Edward out of business Adelaide linked with Walter Julius McRostie formerly of Adelaide but now sheepfarmer York WA 1907[-1908] Memorial 111/458

MCROSTIE, James of Millicent trustee Presbyterian Church Millicent Millicent North (Hundred of Mt Muirhead) township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 31 Page 308 County Grey

No 1

MCROSTIE, Peter gentleman Adelaide 1853[-1854] Memorial 1/55

MCROSTIE, Peter grocer Adelaide (139 Rundle St) 1863 Memorial 242/187

No 1 – perhaps the same person

MCROSTIE, Robert, Alexander and James farmers Mt Lofty 1855 Memorial 291/83

MCROSTIE, Robert farmer Mayurra trustee unnamed School Hundred of Mayurra land grant 1874 Grant Book 31 Page 231 County Grey

MCROSTIE, Robert farmer Mt Gambier Hundred of Mayurra land grant 1877[-1879] Grant Book 31 Page 223 County Grey

MCROSTIE, Robert farmer Mayurra Hundred of Hindmarsh land grant 1901 Grant Book 30 Page 206 County Grey

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MCROSTIE, Robert storekeeper’s assistant Tantanoola Tantanoola (formerly Lucieton Hundred of Hindmarsh) township allotment land grant 1897 Grant Book 31 Page 300 County Grey

MCROSTIE, Martha married woman Tantanoola Tantanoola (formerly Lucieton Hundred of Hindmarsh) township allotment land grant 1900 Grant Book 31 Page 301 County Grey

No 1

MCROSTIE, Thomas storekeeper Payneham 1882[-1886] Memorial 248/340

MCROSTIE, Thomas storekeeper Marden West 1902 Memorial 96/445
MCROSTIE, Walter Julius formerly of Adelaide but now sheepfarmer York WA 1908 Memorial 111/459

MCROSTIE, William labourer Marden 1874[-1879] Memorial 98/274

MCSHANE, Clarence Howard gardener Hill St, Campbelltown 1955 Application 29129

MCSHANE, David gardener Campbelltown 1881 Memorial 222/335

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MCSHANE, Nicholas farmer Campbelltown 1855 Memorial 291/85

MCSHANE, Nicholas gardener Campbelltown 1864[-1902] Memorial 284/194

MCSHANE, N the Elder & the Younger gardeners Maylands 1901 Application 24255

MCSHANE, Nicholas the Elder formerly gardener Campbelltown late out of business Frederick St, Maylands, died 4/9/1908. His second wife, Catherine McShane died 13/8/1910 of some months' chronic nephritis, aged 71. Born in Glasgow, Scotland. In SA 55 years. Remarried at age 42. A son by her 1st marriage called Arthur GILFILLAN of Frederick St, Maylands. Nicholas McShane the Younger market gardener and produce merchant Campbelltown, was a son of N McShane the Elder's 1st marriage Application 26713

MCSHANE, Nicholas the Elder out of business Frederick St, Maylands, died 4/9/1908. Executors; his sons Nicholas McShane the Younger and William Henry McShane gardeners Campbelltown Memorial 86/464

MCSHANE, Nicholas the Elder out of business Frederick St, Maylands, died 4/9/1908 10/- a week for life and his household goods to his widow, Catherine McShane. The rest of the estate in varying amounts to his two sons, Nicholas McShane the Younger and William Henry McShane market gardeners Campbelltown. The estate worth £810 1955 Application 29129

MCSHANE, William contractor McLaren Vale 1866 Memorial 3/221

No 1 - perhaps the same person

MCSHANE, W gardener Campbelltown 1901 Application 24255

MCSHANE, William Henry market gardener Campbelltown 1921 Memorial 15/483

No 1

MCSHEEHY, Patrick shoemaker Thebarton 1847 Memorial 72/10 Farmer Morphett Vale 1848[-1853] Memorial 295/13 Hundred of Barossa land grant 1853 Memorial 121/58

MCSHEEHY, Patrick farmer Section 720 Hundred of Barossa 1859[-1863] Memorial 3/151

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MCSKIMMING, John farmer near Angle Vale purchased land grants in the Hundred of Redhill 1875 Grant Book 14 Page 359 County Daly

MCSKIMMING, John farmer Broughton Hundred of Willochra land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 545 County Frome

MCSPORRAN, Duncan licensed victualler Pt Augusta West. Pt Augusta West (Hundred of Copley) township allotment land grant 1891[-1893] Grant Book 65 Page 225 County Manchester

MCSWINEY, Justin John draftsman Pt Lincoln Beachport (Hundred of Rivoli Bay) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 31 Page 288 County Grey

No 1

MCTAGGART, John labourer Gawler 1857 Memorial 96/129

MCTAGGART, John labourer Willaston 1859 Memorial 304/158

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MCTAGGART, John sheep farmer Wooltana 1876[-1882] Memorial 119/295

MCTAGGART, John and Lachlan stockholders Wooltana carrying on business as McTaggart & Sons 1883 Memorial 141/353

MCTAGGART, Lachlan sheepfarmer Wooltana Out of Hundreds. Copley (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1892[-1894] Grant Book 65 Page 251 County Not named

No 1

MCTAVISH, James labourer Naracoorte Hundred of Hynam land grant 1880 Grant Book 29 Page 166 County MacDonnell

MCTAVISH, James farmer Hynam Hundred of Binnum land grant 1887 Grant Book 29 Page 149a County MacDonnell

MCTAVISH, Lilias of Moonta 1868 Application 9442

MCTAVISH, William labourer Carey Gully 1883 Application 19698

MCULLAGH, Matthew yeoman Adelaide 1853 Memorial 271/51

MCVICAR, George contractor Government Gums Out of Hundreds. Farina (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 65 Page 71 County Not named

MCVICAR, Hugh farmer Barunga Hundred of Koolunga land grant 1879[-1880] Grant Book 55 Page 187 County Stanley

MCVICAR, James gentleman Salisbury 1903 Memorial 182/447

No 1 – perhaps the same person

MCVICAR, John carrier Nalang. Hundred of Tatiara land grant 1880 Grant Book 7 Page 9 County Buckingham

MCVICAR, John the Younger farmer Bordertown 1885 Memorial 11/370

MCVICAR, John the Younger farmer Bordertown. Hundred of Wirrega land grant 1892 Grant Book 7 Page 47 County Buckingham

MCVICAR, Kenneth farmer Koolunga linked with Mary McVicar widow Koolunga 1909 Memorial 192/460

MCVICAR, Neal Hundred of Koolunga land grant 1883 Grant Book 55 Page 191 County Stanley

No 1

McVITTIE, William sheep farmer Mt Crawford 1851. Trustee Mt Crawford Church of Scotland Enrolment 22/10

MCVITTIE, William, founding trustee of the Presbyterian Chapel, Section 591 Hundred of Barossa Application 25593

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MCWAID, William tailor Adelaide 1871 Memorial 36/257

MCWAID, William cutter Adelaide (Halifax St) 1874 Memorial 50/278

MCWAID, William Halifax St, Adelaide, died c1874. Bequests to

relatives in Ballymoney, Co Antrim, Ireland, and Chicago USA. Son of Samuel McWaid Enrolment 96/51

MCWALTERS, James labourer Alberton 1846[-1854] Memorial 186/7

MCWATERS, Alfred Thomas farmer and grazier Burra, aged 74 in 1955, declared that he had lived in the district for over 30 years Application 29093

No 1 – mixture of the Elder and the Younger

MCWATERS, James farmer Dry Creek 1851 Memorial 100/36

MCWATERS, James farmer [formerly of Dry Creek but now of] Mintaro 1852[-1865] Memorial 453/43

MCWATERS, James the Elder farmer Mintaro linked with Ellen SMITH wife of Thomas Smith butcher Mintaro, James McWaters the Younger and Stewart McWaters farmers Mintaro 1865 Memorial 222/203

MCWATERS, James farmer formerly of Dry Creek but now of Watervale near Clare 1855[-1882] Memorial 415/94

MCWATERS, James farmer Mintaro Hundred of Ayers land grant 1866 Grant Book 56 Page 193 County Stanley

MCWATERS, James the Younger farmer Mintaro Hundred of Ayers land grant 1868 Grant Book 56 Page 201 County Stanley

MCWATERS, James farmer Leighton Hundred of Ayers Co Stanley 1886 Application 20890

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MCWATERS, James butcher Pinnaroo. Hundred of Pinnaroo land grant 1921 Grant Book 12 Page 51 County Chandos

MCWATERS, LO nurse Adelaide 1920 Memorial 77/481

No 1

MCWATERS, Stewart teamster Mintaro 1866 Application 7185

MCWATERS, Stewart farmer Mintaro Hundred of Ayers land grant 1868[-1896] Grant Book 56 Page 202 County Stanley

No 1

MCWATERS, Thomas farmer Worlds End near Kooringa 1890 Memorial 104/402

MCWATERS, Thomas farmer Worlds End. Hundred of Baldina land grant 1906 Grant Book 9 Page 14 County Burra

MCWATERS, Thomas sheepfarmer Kooringa, died 13/3/1921. Father of Stewart McWaters farmer and grazier Penola, William Hedley McWaters farmer and grazier World's End, and Lily Alma WATSON married woman Morgan Memorial 48/489 & RPA Search 581

No 1

MCWATERS, William Hedley grazier Burra and Esther McWaters his wife 1949 Memorial 9/525

MCWATERS, William Hedley grazier Chapel St, Burra, died 24/4/1950. Born in Burra. Married aged 28. 2 sons and 3 daughters living Memorial 31/526

MCWATERS, William James linked with Section 14 Hundred of Parnaroo Co Kimberley 1886 Memorial 25/381

MCWHINNEY, John Alexander importer Adelaide 1895 Memorial 157/423

MCWILLIAM, Adolphus of Kooringa 1851 Memorial 5/38.