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The following information was extracted basically 'as is' from Reg Butler's (Hahndorf Historian) unpublished computer working files as at c2014.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

La* - Lev*

Lew* - 'Ly*

Ma* - Maz*

McA* - McW*

Me* - Mom*

Mon* - My*

N*

O*

Pa* to Per*

Pes* to Py*

Q*

Ra* - Roa*

Rob* - Rz*

Sa* - Sc*

Se*- Sl*

Sm* - Sq*

St* - Sy*

Ta* to Thr*

Thu* to Ty*

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V*

Wa* - Wee*

Weg* - Will*

Wilm*- Wy*

X*, Y*,  Z*

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

Names Beginning 'Me*' to 'Mom*'

No 1 FIND CHECK RUN

MEAD, Charles carpenter Nairne 1867 Memorial 220/222

MEAD, Charles farmer Broughton (later Redhill) Co Daly. Trustee unnamed School Hundred of Koolunga. Hundred of Koolunga land grant 1872 Grant Book 55 Page 180 County Stanley

MEAD, Charles carpenter and builder Koolunga. Koolunga (Hundred of Koolunga) township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 56 Page 323 County Stanley

MEAD, Charles farmer Nairne Co Sturt. Hundred of Koolunga land grant 1878 Grant Book 55 Page 185 County Stanley

MEAD, Charles carpenter Redhill. Hundred of Redhill land grant 1903 Grant Book 14 Page 380 County Daly

No 1

MEAD, Emanuel of Echunga 1853 Memorial 17/59

MEAD, Emanuel farmer Echunga Creek 1857 Memorial 181/116

No 1

MEAD, James butcher Le Fevre Peninsula 1862 Application 3368

MEAD, James butcher Le Fevre Peninsula 1864[-1881] Memorial 138/333

MEAD, James of Semaphore Road, Le Fevre Peninsula 1878 Memorial 60/308

MEAD, James butcher Semaphore Road, Exeter 1889 Application 22201

MEAD, James butcher Exeter 1893 Application 22587

MEAD, James butcher The Semaphore 1894 Application 22626

MEAD, James butcher Semaphore Road 1896 Application 23262

No 2

MEAD, James civil servant Braund Rd, Prospect 1913 Application 26239

MEAD, John butcher Le Fevre Peninsula 1860 Application 4778

MEAD, John Edmund die setter Brompton 1942[-1945]. Son of Edith Mary Mead, who died 24/11/1941. Grandson of John James MORTIMER, who died 18/9/1936. Great-grandson of Henry William Mortimer out of business Gawler, who died 20/10/1911 Memorial 182/516

No 1

MEAD, Mark butcher Pt Adelaide 1873 Memorial 80/271

MEAD, Mark publican Pt Adelaide 1877 Application 16247

MEAD, Mark licensed victualler Pt Adelaide 1878 Application 16853

MEAD, Mark licensed victualler Pt Adelaide 1880[-1884] Memorial 159/325

MEAD, Mark formerly butcher but now publican Pt Adelaide 1883 Application 19904

No 1

MEAD, Matthew Henry merchant Adelaide trading as Mead & Co 1900 Memorial 137/441

MEAD, Matthew Henry merchant Adelaide, trading as Mead & Co, about to leave the province for a time, power of attorney to William Edward RAINE merchant Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 14/11/1900 Deposit 96/1900

No 1 – perhaps the same person

MEAD, Thomas George of Redhill 1885 Memorial 7/373

MEAD, Thomas George carrier and farmer Lameroo. Hundred of Bews land grant 1915 Grant Book 12 Page 11 County Chandos

No 1

MEAD, Walton butcher Pt Adelaide 1887 Memorial 210/382

MEAD, Walton butcher Pt Adelaide and Julia Mead his wife 1901 Memorial 170/447

MEAD, Julia widow Pt Adelaide, died 10/9/1903. Estate worth £1,000. Executors; Herbert Alexander RING civil servant Pt Adelaide and James Charles HADDY auctioneer and undertaker Pt Adelaide. Mother of Louisa Ellen Mead, Nellie Sophia Manson Mead, Ethel May LEWIS (wife of Thomas Lewis), Julia Mary LIVINGSTON (wife of Samuel Livingston), Samuel Magnus Mead, Horace William Mead, Edward Garrick Mead and Harold Albert Mead. Friend of Mrs Eliza WHITE of Pt Adelaide [widow of Stephen White labourer Balhannah, who died 7/4/1895. Eliza White of St Vincent St, Pt Adelaide, died 25/2/1908, of several months' senile atrophy, aged 85. Born in Kent, England. In SA 64 years. Married at 23 - no family] Memorial 133/468

MEAD, William labourer Adelaide 1852 Memorial 320/43

MEAD, William George farmer Section 5486 Hundred of Yatala 1853[-1857] Memorial 245/54

No 1

MEADE, Richard John of Castle Cary, Somerset, England clerk and canon of Wells Cathedral, power of attorney to John Warren BAKEWELL solicitor Adelaide (69 King William St), to manage his SA investments which the said JW Bakewell has made on his behalf 1879 Deposit 31/1880

MEADE, Richard John Canon of Wells Cathedral, Castle Cary, Somerset, England, died. His executors, William MEADE Clerk in Holy Orders Binegar Rectory, Oakhill near Bath, Somerset, and DeCourcy MEADE Clerk in Holy Orders Tockenham Rectory, near Swindon, England, power of attorney to Josiah Henry SYMON, John Warren BAKEWELL and William SYMON gentlemen Adelaide, to act for the deceased’s mortgage estates in SA 27/4/1882. JW Bakewell had previously acted as RJ MEADE’s business attorney in SA Deposit 31/1880

MEADE, William labourer Walkerville 1849 Memorial 479/14

MEADOWCROFT, John Frederick accountant Kingston S-E 1885 Memorial 124/371

MEADOWS, Alicia Of of Kilmore Vic, widow of Sydney Manners MEADOWS, power of attorney to William BARTLEY gentleman Adelaide, to sell the SA real estate and settle the business affairs of her brothers Robert and William BERNARD 4/8/1874 Deposit 274/1875

No 1

MEADOWS, David labourer Hundred of Noarlunga 1849 Memorial 84/17

MEADOWS, David farmer Adelaide 1852 Hundred of Strathalbyn land grant Memorial 86/63

MEADOWS, David farmer The Bremer 1854[-1858] Memorial 475/80, Application 66

MEADOWS, David farmer Tin Pot 1861 Memorial 132/177

MEADOWS, David farmer near Woodchester 1862 Application 2931

No 1 - perhaps the same person

MEADOWS, George miner Waukaringa 1873 Memorial 225/266

MEADOWS, George and William farmers near Kadina linked with Wilhelmina Phillipina Meadows widow near Kadina 1896 Memorial 239/427

No 2

MEADOWS, George labourer Hartley Co Hindmarsh. Hundred of Freeling land grant 1897 Grant Book 58 Page 3 County Sturt

MEADOWS, George William labourer Petersburg. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1913 Grant Book 13 Page 213 County Dalhousie

No 1

MEADOWS, Henry wheelwright North Adelaide 1853 Memorial 55/22

MEADOWS, Henry 39 grocer North Adelaide Father: Andrew Meadows m 8/5/1860 ROBINSON home Salisbury (by the Rev’d George Dempster MUDIE, of Salisbury) to Elizabeth STABB 42 spinster North Adelaide Father: James Stabb. Witnesses Samuel Robinson farmer and Amos SARGENT brewer Salisbury. Application 2560

MEADOWS, Henry grocer Adelaide and Elizabeth Meadows his wife 1860 Memorial 112/167

MEADOWS, Henry grocer North Adelaide and Elizabeth Meadows his wife formerly Elizabeth STABB 1862 Memorial 51/185

MEADOWS, Henry grocer North Adelaide 1872 Memorial 166/257

MEADOWS, Henry draper North Adelaide and Elizabeth Meadows his wife 1882 Application 19241

No 1

MEADOWS, James farmer The Tiers 1858 Memorial 275/133

No 2 - perhaps a mixture of the Elder and the Younger

MEADOWS, James farmer Pinda 1886[-1891] Memorial 117/374

MEADOWS, James farmer Kadina 1894 Memorial 226/422

MEADOWS, James the Younger farmer Hundred of Tickera 1896[-1904] Memorial 115/427

No 1

MEADOWS, Mary Elizabeth married woman Woodchester 1916 Memorial 76/474

MEADOWS, Mary Elizabeth, died 20/9/1926. Wife of Frederick Meadows, who died 21/7/1927 Strathalbyn LTO Search 2135

No 1

MEAGER, John miner Adelaide 1838 Application 1914

MEAGER, John well digger Adelaide 1840 Application 13004

MEAGHER, Michael yeoman Adelaide (George Tce off Wright St) 1863 Memorial 23/192

MEAGHER (otherwise MAHER), Thomas labourer Adelaide (George Court), died c1903. Executors: John Maher farmer Wilmington and Patrick CARROLL bootmaker formerly of Adelaide (Hyde St) but now of Kenilworth Rd, Parkside Memorial 158a/450

MEAKER, Sampson teamster Auburn 1873 Memorial 200/272

MEALEY, Patrick carter Alberton 1854 Memorial 277/72

MEALY, John carter Woodville 1857 Memorial 36/129

MEALY, Patrick and William farmers Woodville Hundred of Saddleworth land grant 1857 Grant Book 44 Page 329 County Light

MEALLEY, Peter boundary rider Baroota and Margaret Mealley his wife 1878 Application 16643

No 1

MEANEY, James farmer The Gilbert 1856[-1867] Memorial 52/100

MEANEY, James farmer Gilbert River 1858[-1874] Memorial 140/137

MEANEY, James Matthew miller Gawler 1940[-1943] Memorial 190/514

No 1

MEANEY, John farmer Section 565 Hundred of Light 1864 Memorial 98/195

MEANEY, John farmer Light Scrub 1876 Memorial 232/294

MEANEY, John farmer Light River near Fords Station 1895. He could not write Application 22933

No 2

MEANEY, John the Younger farmer Freeling 1903 Memorial 79/449

No 1

MEANEY, Mary widow Fords, administratrix of the estate of Thomas Meaney farmer Fords deceased c1895. She could not write. The Meaneys lived on Section 564 Hundred of Light Application 22903

MEANEY, Mary widow near Fords relict of the late Thomas Meaney formerly farmer near Fords now deceased 1895 Memorial 145/424

No 1

MEANEY, Michael farmer Butcher Gap [Hundred of Gilbert perhaps?] 1858 Memorial 139/137

MEANEY, Michael farmer The Gilbert 1861 Memorial 147/177

No 2 – perhaps a continuation of No 1

MEANEY, Michael farmer Tarcowie. Hundred of Tarcowie land grant 1889 Grant Book 13 Page 55 County Dalhousie

MEANEY, Michael farmer Hornsdale. Hundred of Tarcowie land grant 1894 Grant Book 13 Page 55 County Dalhousie

MEANEY, Michael James linked with Section 21 Hundred of Bendleby Co Granville 1886 Memorial 39/376

MEANEY, Patrick farmer near Kapunda 1887 Application 21248

MEANEY, Peter Joseph farmer Freeling 1939 Memorial 17/514

MEARA, Martin yeoman Strathalbyn 1854 Memorial 355/71

MEARS, Mountford Davis deputy commissioner of taxation Adelaide 1927 Memorial 141/498

MEARS, Peyton gentleman Pt Adelaide 1849[-1850] Memorial 33/19

MEARS, PV commercial traveller Kensington Park 1933 Memorial 198/506

No 1

MEARS, Thomas labourer Pt Adelaide 1852[-1854] Memorial 54/45

MEARS, Thomas labourer of parts beyond the seas 1877. He owned land in Weymouth near Pt Adelaide Application 16031

No 1

MEASDAY, Edwin Taylor bootmaker Glenelg 1904 Application 24724

MEASDAY, Edwin Taylor bootmaker Jetty Road, Glenelg 1905 Memorial 168/454

No 1

MEASDAY, George bootmaker East Glenelg 1914 Application 26316

MEASDAY, George Walker bootmaker Brighton 1901 Application 24286

MEASDAY, Henry shoemaker Glenelg 1861[-1885] Memorial 16/178

No 1

MEASDAY, William shoemaker Glenelg 1861 Memorial 229/174

No 2

MEASDAY, William gardener Section 990 near Mt Lofty 1855. He leased his property on a 7 year lease (beginning in 1855) from Arthur HARDY Esquire Birksgate at £20 for the 1st 2 years and £40 for the remainder. The Measday and Castle families took out a similar lease at the same time Memorial 496/94

MEASDAY, William gardener Glen Osmond 1866 Memorial 102/219

MEASDAY, William farmer The Tiers near Crafers 1868 Memorial 88/228

MEASDAY, William storekeeper Crafers 1878 Memorial 191/312

MEASDAY, William storekeeper Crafers 1897 Application 23419

No 1

MEATHERINGHAM, David labourer North Adelaide 1852 Memorial 195/42 Labourer Adelaide 1855 Memorial 473/79

MEATHERINGHAM, David labourer North Adelaide 1855 Memorial 427/85

MEATHERINGHAM, David farmer Section 2206 Hundred of Adelaide 1856 Memorial 18/98

MEATHERINGHAM, David farmer Coromandel Valley 1863 Memorial 14/187, Application 4466

MEATHERINGHAM, David farmer Coromandel Valley, died 24/6/1871 intestate. Letters of administration to his widow, Mary Louisa Meatheringham, to settle his £300 estate 1886 Memorial 30/379

MEATHERINGHAM, Mary Louisa widow formerly of Coromandel Valley but now of Fullarton 1886 Memorial 31/379

No 1

MEATHRELL, John plasterer Adelaide (Gilles St) 1868 Memorial 27/232

MEATHREL, John plasterer Adelaide (South Tce) 1880 Memorial 244/326

MEATON, William carpenter Adelaide (Rundle St) 1849[-1858] Memorial 479/16

MEDCALF, Charles farmer Spring Valley south of Mt Barker 1851 Memorial 287/37

No 1

MEDEMANN, Johann Carl shoemaker Lobethal Pt MacDonnell township allotment land grant 1860 Grant Book 29 Page 107 County MacDonnell

MEDEMANN, Johann Carl of Tynte St, North Adelaide 1868 Memorial 2/236

No 1

MEDHURST, James farmer Hundred of Young Co Grey 1901 Memorial 14/444

MEDHURST, James farmer Glencoe Hundred of Young land grant 1902 Grant Book 30 Page 129 County Grey

MEDLAND, John master mariner Semaphore 1875 Application 14106

No 1

MEDLAND, William labourer Pt Adelaide 1854 Memorial 59/66

MEDLAND, William labourer Le Fevre Peninsula 1855[-1866] Memorial 407/90, Application 4055

No 1 - likely to be the same person

MEDLEY, John of Gawler 1860 Memorial 155/168

MEDLEY, John widower Adelaide, died 1/9/1869 Mizapore near Calcutta, British India, as chief engineer on the ship Bombay. Estate worth £50. Father of Sarah Ann Medley a minor under the age of 21. Brother to Susannah THOMSON nee Medley wife of Robert Thomson baker Gawler South, and also to Francis Medley of Adelaide (Susannah Thomson died 14/8/1894 Gawler). Sarah Ann Medley spinster Murray St, Gawler, married Andrew Archibald ROBERTSON wheelwright Willaston on 4/6/1874 Congregational Church, Gawler. Witnesses; John William SKEWES fitter Gawler and Mary FORSAITH milliner Para Para Gawler. AA Robertson died 12/6/1912 Gawler. Sarah Ann Robertson widow Miller St, North Unley, died 29/6/1932, of senility, pulmonary hypostasis and cardiac failure, aged 78. Born at sea on 24/1/1853. The Robertsons lived much of their married life at Redhill. Eldest son, Archibald Robertson moulder Crystal Brook 1933 born 23/3/1880 Redhill Memorials 74 -76 & 99/506

MEDLEY, John widower chief engineer for the steam ship Bombay (belonging to the India General Steam Navigation Co) Adelaide, died 1/9/1869 Mizapore near Calcutta, India. Brother to Susanna THOMSON wife of Robert Thomson baker Gawler South (She died a widow on 14/8/1894, of stomach cancer, aged 63) and Francis Medley brewer Adelaide. John Medley lived in Adelaide in the early 1850s and had moved to Gawler by 1860. His estate of £50 to his daughter, Sarah Ann Medley born 24/1/1853 at sea (Her mother was Martha nee SUNDERLAND). She married Andrew Archibald Robertson (native born: Father Andrew Robertson) machinist gawler then redhill on 4/6/1874 Congregational Chapel Gawler. The family had moved to Redhill by 1878. Andrew Archibald Robertson died 12/6/1912 Gawler West, of many years' chronic nephritis and morbus cordis Uraemia, aged 67. Sarah Ann Robertson widow Miller St, North Unley, died 29/6/1932, of senility, pulmonary hypostasis and cardiac failure, aged 78. Full list of births and marriages of AA Robertson family Redhill in Application 27908

No 1

MEDLIN, Jane widow Greenock Creek 1866 Memorial 11/213

MEDLIN, Jane widow [formerly of Greenock Creek but now of] Adelaide 1871 Memorial 247/255

No 1

MEDLIN, Peter licensed victualler Adelaide (Gilles St) 1850[-1851] Memorials 384/25 & 436/37

MEDLIN, Peter publican formerly of Adelaide but now of South Kapunda 1851 Memorial 414/31

MEDLIN, Peter formerly publican Adelaide but now miner South Kapunda 1851 Memorial 360/38

MEDLIN, Richard storekeeper Moochra Moockra township allotment land grant 1884 Grant Book 24 Page 834 County Frome

No 1

MEDLIN, Thomas the Elder of Payneham 1866 Memorial 20/215

MEDLIN, Thomas the Elder gardener Payneham 1876 Memorial 134/296

MEDLIN, Thomas carter Payneham 1882 Application 19228

MEDLIN, Thomas James gardener Bakewelltown 1881 Application 18575

No 1

MEDLIN, William gardener Stepney 1869 Application 10443

MEDLIN, William sand carter Payneham 1877 Memorial 248/302

MEDLIN, William farmer Payneham 1882 Application 19489

MEDLOW, Ernest Edgar contractor Torrens Road, Croydon 1930 Memorial 183/503

MEDLOW, George Harrold stockdealer 134 North-East Road, Walkerville 1948 Memorial 84/523

No 1 - probably the same person

MEDLOW, Samuel shoemaker Adelaide 1853 Memorial 7/51

MEDLOW, Samuel farmer Gawler Hills 1859[-1865] Memorial 337/148

MEDLOW, Samuel farmer Gawler Hills 1867 Application 8374.

MEDLOW, Samuel Senr farmer Gawler died 4/12/1891. He instructed his executors to sell his real and residual personal estate. His widow, Charlotte Medlow, to get £500 and the rest of the money to go to the family equally - John Medlow labourer Brompton, Samuel Medlow coachbuilder St Peters, Charlotte WHITING wife of James Whiting hawker Brompton and Thomas Medlow Junr farmer Smithfield Application 23293.

No 1 - probably the same person

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

MEDLOW, Thomas farmer Gawler South 1920 Memorial 22/480

MEDLOW, Thomas retired farmer Gawler 1927 Memorial 51/497

No 1

MEDWELL, Charles mason Dry Creek 1859 Memorial 325/150

MEDWELL, Charles mason Bowden 1859 Memorial 326/150

MEDWELL, Charles builder Bowden 1872 Application 12449

No 1

MEDWELL, William Edgar accountant Croydon 1919 Memorial 9/478

MEDWELL, William Henry architect Hindmarsh 1910, declared that he had lived in the township for some 50 years Application 25805

MEDWELL, William Henry architect and house and land agent Hindmarsh 1911, declared that he had lived in the village for 50 years Application 25958

MEDWELL, William Henry out of business New Hindmarsh 1927, declared that he had lived in Hindmarsh for 60 years, with recollections dating back to 1870 Application 27498

MEE, John police constable Adelaide 1872 Memorial 171/257

No 1

MEECH, Joseph cooper Gawler Co Gawler. Crystal Brook (Hundred of Crystal Brook) township allotment land grant 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 431 County Victoria

No 2

MEECH, Joseph miner Gladstone 1884[-1886] Memorial 135/363

No 1

MEEGAN, Francis James clerk Largs Bay 1921 Memorial 14/483

MEEGAN, Francis James clerk Largs Bay 1924 Application 27231

MEEGAN, Francis James garage proprietor 64 Roberts St, Sandwell, died 11/1/1939 Strangways Tce, North Adelaide intestate. Son of Mary Ann Meegan widow of the same address. Next of kin included - Mary Meegan music teacher Robert St, Sandwell; Richard Joseph Meegan master mariner Robert St, Sandwell; Kevin Charles Meegan garage proprietor Military Road, Semaphore; Patrick John Meegan music teacher Military Road, Semaphore; Henry Meegan fruitgrower Clare; Kathleen MOTEN married woman Stanley St, Woodville Park; and Alice O'DONNELL married woman 16 Northcote Tce, Medindie Memorials 37 & 39/515

No 1

MEEGAN, Patrick wood merchant Sandwell [Peterhead] 1900 Memorial 12/440

MEEGAN, Patrick out of business Robert St, Sandwell [Peterhead], died 2/2/1919. Husband of Mary Ann Meegan. Father of Patrick John Meegan musician Largs, Mary Meegan, Kathleen Meegan, Francis Meegan, Alice Meegan, Richard Meegan, Kevin Meegan. Harry Meegan formerly bookkkeeper and storeman Ned's Station NSW but now out of business Sandwell [Peterhead], also a son. Veronica LUTT mentioned as a beneficiary. Estate worth £4,354 Memorial 102/478

MEEGAN, Patrick wool merchant Robert St, Sandwell, died 2/2/1919. By 1940, his widow was a music teacher at Robert St, Sandwell. Children included - Richard Joseph Meegan master mariner Robert St, Sandwell; Kevin Charles Meegan garage proprietor Military Rd, Semaphore, Patrick John music teacher Military Rd, Largs Bay; Henry Meegan fruitgrower Claire; kathleen MOTEN married woman Stanley St, Woodville Park; and Alice O'DONNELL married woman 16 Northcote St, Medindie. Another son, Francis James Meegan garage proprietor 64 Robert St, Sandwell, died 11/1/1939 intestate and a bachelor Application 28253

MEEGAN, Patrick John musician Largs Bay linked with Henry Meegan accountant Sandwell, Mary Ann Meegan widow Sandwell and Mary Meegan spinster Sandwell all linked with the estate of the late Patrick Meegan no description 1927 Memorial 171/497

MEEHAN, Patrick labourer Kooringa Hundred of Terowie land grant 1880 Grant Book 40 Page 12 County Kimberley

MEEHAN, Stephen farmer Nackra 1897 Memorial 47/433

MEEK, Henry schoolmaster Goodwood 1867 Memorial 127/222

MEEK, James farmer Hundred of Grace Hundred of Dublin land grant 1876 Grant Book 26 Page 333 County Gawler

No 1

MEEK, John and PRETTY, Robert farmers Little Para 1849 Memorial 116/16

MEEK, John farmer Little Para 1856 Memorial 22/95

MEEK, John farmer Para Plains 1856 Memorial 244/116

MEEK, John farmer Salisbury 1883 Application 19730

No 1

MEEK, Robert shoemaker Adelaide (Leigh St) 1853 Memorial 184/47

MEEK, Robert farmer Marion 1862 Memorial 63/181

MEEK, Robert shoemaker Marion Road 1868 Memorial 218/231

MEEK, Robert farmer Marion Road 1872 Memorial 37/260

MEEK, Robert farmer formerly of Marion Road but now of near Cave Town 1872 Memorial 81/263

MEEK, Walter farmer Dublin Hundred of Dublin land grant 1882 Grant Book 26 Page 350 County Gawler

No 1

MEEK, William farmer Balaklava Co Gawler. Hundred of Stow land grant 1875[-1883] Grant Book 56 Page 446 County Stanley

MEEK, William farmer Balaklava 1879[-1881] Memorial 48/338

No 2

MEEK, William of Wild Horse Plains Co Gawler 1879 Memorial 75/319

No 1

MEEKS, Alfred William merchant Adelaide 1884[-1886] Memorial 25/359

MEEKS, Alfred William merchant formerly of Adelaide but now of Sydney NSW 1888[-1891] Memorial 234/393

MEEKS, Alfred William merchant formerly of Adelaide but now of Sydney NSW 1891 Application 22016

MEELBOOM, August Ernst gentleman Adelaide, power of attorney to Sir Thomas ELDER and Josiah Henry SYMON gentlemen Adelaide, to invest his money in SA and look after the investments 5/2/1880 Deposit 136/1881

MEENY, Thomas farmer The Light Hundred of Light land grant 1857[-1865] Grant Book 44 Page 202 County Light

MEERHOFF, Joseph farmer Willunga 1860 Memorial 135/166

No 1

MEERS, Daniel farmer Hamilton on the Light Hundred of Appila land grant 1878 Grant Book 24 Page 494 County Frome

MEERS, Daniel farmer Mt Bryan. Mt Bryan East (Hundred of Kingston) township allotment land grant 1908 Grant Book 9 Page 210 County Burra

MEERS, Edward farmer Hamilton on the Light Co Light. Hundred of Tarcowie land grant 1878 Grant Book 13 Page 42 County Dalhousie

MEERS, James linked with Section 103 Hundred of Yanyarrie Co Granville 1881 Memorial 181/331

No 1 - perhaps the same person

MEERS, John farmer Carrieton 1883 Memorial 50/350

MEERS, John of Belton 1890 Memorial 8/405

MEERS, Judith widow near Hamilton on the Light 1867[-1872] Memorial 131/219

No 1

MEESKE, August labourer Kooringa 1851 Memorial 103/37

MEESKE, August labourer formerly of Kooringa but now of Adelaide 1853 Memorial 162/61

No 1

MEFFERT, Gottfried shoemaker Curramulka 1884 Memorial 149/359

MEFFERT, Gottfried shoemaker Curramulka and Minnie Meffert his wife Curramulka township allotment land grant 1885 Grant Book 19 Page 370 County Fergusson

MEFFERT, Gottfried [formerly shoemaker Curramulka but now] farmer Muloowurtie 1889[-1890] Memorial 78/396

MEGAW, Esther widow Stockport on the Gilbert 1886[-1894] Memorial 123/377

No 1

MEGAW, James and Samuel farmers Gilbert River 1858 Linked with Moses and Thomas Megaw farmers Gilbert River Memorials 319/149, 320/149 and 321/149

MEGAW, James farmer Stockport on the Gilbert Hundred of Light land grant 1858 Grant Book 44 Page 169 County Light

No 2

MEGAW, James farmer Coomooroo linked with Thomas Megaw farmer near Stockport 1877 Memorial 124/303

MEGAW, Moses farmer Stockport on the Gilbert Hundred of Light land grant 1858 Grant Book 44 Page 169 County Light

No 1

MEGAW, Samuel farmer Plympton 1849[-1850] Memorial 402/16

MEGAW, Samuel farmer Bay Road 1851 Memorial 235/30

MEGAW, Samuel farmer Gawler Plains 1854 Memorial 193/62

MEGAW, Samuel farmer Hundred of Munno Para 1856 Memorial 201/99 MEGAW, Samuel farmer Munno Para Co Adelaide. Hundred of Light land grant 1856 Memorial 120/112

MEGAW, Samuel farmer Glenvale 1858 Memorial 21/141

MEGAW, Samuel farmer Glenvale Place. Hundred of Light land grant 1858 Grant Book 44 Page 169 County Light

MEGAW, Samuel formerly farmer Glenville near the Gilbert River but now gentleman Adelaide 1868 Memorial 239/227 FIND GLENVALE

MEGAW, Samuel farmer near Stockport, died c 1870. He left his entire estate in trust to his wife, Susannah Hasley Megaw, for life, then to his son, Thomas Megaw farmer near Stockport, absolutely in remainder expectant Memorial 233/244

MEGAW, Samuel George butcher Olary 1891 Memorial 240/409

MEGAW, Thomas farmer near Stockport linked with Susannah Hasley Megaw widow near Stockport. James Megaw mentioned but not described 1877 Memorial 2/299

MEGAW, Thomas Clement retired foreman 44 Shipster St, Torrensville, aged 76 in 1976, declared that he went to live at 6 Carlton Parade, Torrensville in 1922 and then moved to his present address when he married in 1926. He used to attend Hilton Baptist Church services from time to time because some of his friends went there. [GF Angas gave part of his Lot 20 in Hilton in 1869, on which to erect a Baptist Chapel. The last service held in the church on 23/1/1972. The Flinders St Baptist Church had some oversight over the Hilton church] Application 29968

MEGINS, Dora Beatrice nee CRITCHLEY married woman formerly of Kanmantoo but now of Kurralta Park 1953 Application 29019

MEHAFFEY, Campbell storekeeper Narracoorte 1905 Memorial 37/453

MEHAFFEY, James of Naracoorte Hundred of Jessie land grant 1880 Grant Book 50 Page 259 County Robe

MEHAR, Michael farmer near Undalya 1868 Application 9536

MEHLISCH, Georg farmer Greenock Creek 1865 Memorial 229/204

MEHNER, August farmer Pekina. Hundred of Pekina land grant 1904 Grant Book 13 Page 174 County Dalhousie

MEHRTENS, Bernhard and Louis bonecrushers Islington 1899 Memorial 30/438

MEHRTENS, Louis bonecrusher Adelaide (Blackburn St) 1899 Memorial 32/438

MEHRTENS, Gesine widow Adelaide 1860 Memorial 162/161

No 1

MEHRTENS, Lueder carter Adelaide 1855 Memorial 391/80

MEHRTENS, Lueder bone grinder Parkside 1859 Memorial 208/156

MEHRTENS, Lüder bone dust manufacturer near Adelaide 1869 Memorial 129/269

MEHRTENS, Lüder bone crusher Adelaide 1892 Memorial 2/415

MEHRTENS, Lueder of Gilles St, Adelaide, died 26/71895. Husband of Wilhelmine Mehrtens and father of Bernhard Mehrtens bone crusher Adelaide (Gilles St) and Louis Mehrtens bone crusher Adelaide (Blackburn St) Memorial 13/426

MEIER, August farmer Mt Gambier 1866 Memorial 207/216

No 1

MEIER, Carl Gotthilf of Lobethal 1848 Memorial 186/11 Farmer Lobethal 1850[-1862] Memorial 487/26

MEIER, Carl Gotthilf married Henriette Wilhelmine WARNEST before leaving Germany. They emigrated with their friends, Johann Ferdinand MÜLLER later teacher Lobethal and Johann Wilhelm PREISS later farmer Tungillo aboard the Skjold in 1841. Only son, Ernst Augus Meier later farmer Moppa born 30/10/1841 near Pt Adelaide, shortly after the ship arrived. A daughter, Maria Florentine Lydia Meier, born Lobethal 29/1/1845 and baptised Lobethal 11/2/1845. Wilhelmine Meier, wife of Carl Meier farmer Lobethal, died 17/11/1860 of consumption, aged 50. Carl Gotthilf Meier farmer Neukirk died 4/6/1870 of natural cause - liver complaint, aged 59 Application 10989

MEIER, Caroline widow Adelaide (Currie St West) 1894 Memorial 154/421

MEIER, Ernst August farmer Moppa 1870, linked with Maria Florentine Lydia Meier spinster Lobethal Application 10989

MEIER, Heinrich farmer near Freeling Hundred of Kilkerran land grant 1882 Grant Book 19 Page 169 County Fergusson

No 1

MEIER, Hermann Heinrich Ehler hotelkeeper Cowell trustee Institute Cowell Cowell (Hundred of Playford) township allotment land grant 1892 Grant Book 39 Page 83 County Jervois

MEIER, Hermann Heinrich Ehler had died by 1894 intestate. Letters of administration to Adele Wilhelmine Meier widow Parkside Grant Book 39 Page 83 County Jervois

MEIER, Theodor no description intended to take out a 7-year lease of several allotments in Bowden (Nos 1570, 628), containing a newly built house and adjoining baker's shop and bakehouse with an oven capable of producing 200 loaves of bread at the one time 1855 Memorial 41/96

No 1 - Johann Friedrich Wilhelm

MEIER, Wilhelm labourer Stockwell 1861 Memorial 313/176

MEIER, Wilhelm labourer Stockwell 1903[-1914], died 10/12/1914. Husband of Johanne Christiane Meier nee LAUNER. Children mentioned but not named. Executors; Adolph Eduard BOER miller Stockwell and Johann Gottlieb JUNGFER blacksmith Stockwell Memorial 13/502

MEIER, Wilhelm labourer Stockwell, died 10/12/1914. His widow, Johanne Christiane Meier, died 12/11/1928. Surviving children in 1929 were: Louise Auguste MESSENGER married woman Hospital Hill, Boonah Qld; Ida Wilhelmine COOK married woman 21 Breillat St, Annadale near Sydney NSW; Emilie Maria Ottilie CARMICHAEL widow Stockwell; Paul Gustav Meier Amby Qld Qld died 6/2/1907 intestate. [PG Meier was the husband of Isabella Jane Meier, the father of Isabel MERKLEY married woman Douglas St, Enoggera near Brisbane, Otto Paul Meier labourer North Geelong Vic] Otto Hugo Meier of Bridge Rd, Belmore NSW, and Anna Helene Finkelde married woman 56 Salisbury St, Unley Application 27743

MEIERS, Alexander of Adelaide 1894 Memorial 161/421

MEIGHAN, Thomas labourer Little Para 1855 Memorial 431/92

No 1

MEIGS, Jasper Bingham coach proprietor Adelaide 1867 Memorial 227/225

MEIGS, Jasper Bingham coach proprietor and mail contractor Kapunda 1868 Memorial 167/235

MEIGS, Jasper Bingham coach proprietor and mail contractor Kapunda for Cobb & Co and with a considerable control of business for the firm, power of attorney to Edward NICHOLLS clerk Kapunda, to manage the business affairs in connection with the said company 15/8/1868 Deposit 204/1868

MEIGS, Jasper Bingham mail contractor and coach proprietor Kapunda sold his share in Cobb & Co coach proprietors, mail contractors and livery stable keepers Adelaide, for £1,875 to Henry HILL coach proprietor and mail contractor Adelaide in 1870. The company proprietors then consisted of William Benjamin ROUNSEVELL, Peleg Whitford JACKSON and Henry Hill Memorial 216/248

No 1

MEIKLE, William gardener Newton 1861[-1867] Memorial 116/179

MEIKLE, William porter Adelaide 1871 Memorial 122/252

No 1

MEIN, Bowes gentleman Pt Elliot 1856[-1859] Memorial 345/119

MEIN, Bowes clerk to Charles LOWE solicitor Pt Elliot 1868 Memorial 141/235

No 1

MEIN, Nicol Alexander stockholder Bush Lodge Angas Special Survey 1842[-1843] Memorial 463/1

MEIN, Nicol Alexander and Charles STIRLING Esquires 27 Gloucester Gardens, Hyde Park, Middlesex, England, power of attorney to Edward STIRLING Esquire Adelaide, to sell certain lands in Macclesfield and the Macclesfield Special Survey, to Robert Davenport Esquire Battunga, near Macclesfield 15/2/1855 Deposit 279/OA

MEIN, Nicol Alexander Esquire formerly of Gloucester Gardens, Hyde Park, London, Middlesex, England 1856 Memorial 465/99

MEIN, Nicol Alexander gentleman Hotel Mont Fleuri sur Tirritel Canton Vaux, Switzerland owned land in the Hundred of Macclesfield 1894 Memorial 124/421

MEIN, Nicol Alexander gentleman formerly of Marsh House Caninbie, Co Dumfries, Scotland but then of Forgebraehead Cottage Caninbie, died 7/11/1901. Husband of Clementina Margaret Mein Memorial 162/451

MEIN, William Esquire Adelaide 1842 Memorial 236/1 Stockholder Angas Special Survey 1842 Memorial 463/1

No 1 - perhaps the same person

MEINCK, Carl of Moockra 1884 Memorial 130/361

MEINCK, Carl farmer Jamestown 1885 Memorial 69/367

No 1

MEINCK, Carl Theodor farmer near Clare Co Stanley. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1874 Grant Book 60 Page 112 County Victoria

MEINCK, Carl Theodor farmer Jamestown. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1880 Grant Book 60 Page 424 County Victoria

MEINCK, Carl Theodor farmer Moockra 1884 Memorial 108/356

MEINCK, Otto farmer Moockra 1885 Memorial 70/367

MEINCK, Otto Hermann farmer Round Hill 1895 Memorial 130/423

No 1

MEINCK, Robert farmer Palmer 1885 Memorial 123/368

MEINCK, Robert farmer Boolcunda 1885 Memorial 176/372

No 1

MEINCKE, Franz Heinrich Christoph farmer Rosenthal 1854 Memorial 37/66

MEINCKE, Franz Heinrich Christoph farmer Neu Mecklenburg 1858 Memorial 220/135

MEINCKE, Friedrich farmer Black Springs on Salt Creek [perhaps near Section 1694 Hundred of Nuriootpa] 1853[-1858] Memorial 420/51

MEINCKE, Johann labourer Magill 1854[-1855] Memorial 191/69

No 1

MEINCKE, Julius builder Kapunda 1913 Memorial 51/469

MEINCKE, Julius builder Kapunda 1913 Application 26217

MEINCKE, Julius builder and plasterer Kapunda 1917 Memorial 89/475

No 1

MEINCKE, Louis railway carrier Kapunda 1883 Memorial 93/354

MEINCKE, Louis carrier Kapunda 1889 Application 21698

MEINERT, Johann Traugott farmer Belvidere 1863 Application 4664

MEINS, Hermann Hartwig blacksmith Tanunda 1851[-1861] Memorial 56/30, Application 2591

No 1

MEINZOLT, Heinrich Christian of near Tanunda 1859[-1867] Memorial 33/157

MEINZOLT, Heinrich Christian butcher Tanunda 1859 Application 3345

MEINZOLT, Heinrich Christian winegrower Tanunda 1865 Application 6993

MEINZOLT, Jürgen Heinrich butcher Tanunda 1860 Memorial 69/180

MEISCHEL, Friedrich Gottfried Wilhelm mounted constable Wolseley. Wolseley (Hundred of Tatiara) township allotment land grant 1887 Grant Book 7 Page 88 County Buckingham

MEISCHEL, Johann Friedrich Evangelical Lutheran Pastor Mt Gambier 1864[-1878] Memorial 304/197

MEISSNER, Ernst labourer Moculta 1896 Application 23220

No 1

MEISSNER, Franz Heinrich yeoman Clairville [Semaphore] purchased Section 1922 in the Mt Barker District 1853[-1854] Memorial 108/61

MEISSNER, Franz Heinrich labourer Hahndorf 1876 Application 14797

No 1

MEISSNER, George Heinrich sawyer Mt Barker [probably Grünthal] 1855[-1857] Memorial 265/91

MEISSNER, George Heinrich butcher Hahndorf 1859[-1859] Memorial 137/153

MEKILE, Robert labourer Kooringa 1851 Memorial 247/34

MELBOURNE, Henry labourer Kincraig 1862 Memorial 41/189

No 1

MELDRUM, John White colonial manager Bank of SA Ltd Adelaide 1888 Application 21427

MELDRUM, John White bank manager Adelaide 1890 Memorial 2/402

MELDRUM, John White bank manager Adelaide, about to leave the province, power of attorney to Francis Daniel HODGE and James Robert CORPE gentlemen Adelaide, to manage his business affairs in any of the Australian colonies 1/5/1891 Deposit 96/1893

MELDRUM, Roy S law clerk to Alex WALLACE solicitor Naracoorte 1905 Application 28261

MELDRUM, Thomas held a mining lease on Snadden's property at Baniboo Creek 1886 Memorial 24/378

MELENG, William mariner Pt Adelaide 1865 Memorial 275/204

No 1

MELLER, Joseph stonemason Auburn 1862 Application 2799

MELLER, Joseph mason Auburn 1868 Memorial 6/228

MELLER, Joseph mason Auburn 1868 Application 9537

MELLER, Joseph builder Auburn 1869 Memorial 135/236

MELLER, James mason Auburn 1872 Memorial 143/260

MELLOR, Alfred bank manager Salisbury 1881[-1883] Memorial 163/336

MELLOR, Annie spinster Norwood 1877[-1878] Memorial 249/300

MELLOR, Arthur Neill agent Semaphore 1928 Memorial 103/499

MELLER/MELLOR, August labourer Mintaro Co Stanley. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1877 Grant Book 60 Page 126 County Victoria FIND TEST

No 1

MELLOR, Benjamin Fox machinist Adelaide, about to leave the province for a time, power of attorney to Robert DAWSON accountant Adelaide, and John Fox MELLOR of the Reedbeds, to manage his SA business affairs 14/2/1876 Deposit 107/1876

MELLOR, Benjamin Fox, James Fox and Thomas Fox Esquires Kapunda 1882 Memorial 149/340

No 1

MELLOR, CJ bank clerk Gawler 1874. His manager was WJ OLDHAM Application 22054

MELLOR, Charles James bank accountant Adelaide 1906 Memorial 43/455

MELLOR, Henry builder Norwood 1854 Memorial 157/64

No 1

MELLOR, James flockowner Adelaide 1843 Memorial 179/3

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

MELLOR, James gentleman Hurtle Vale 1853 Memorial 24/51

MELLOR, James gentleman formerly of Hurtle Vale but now of Melbourne Vic 1853 Memorial 162/60

MELLOR, James gentleman formerly of Hurtle Vale but now of Adelaide 1856 Memorial 483/100

No 1

MELLOR, James Fox machinist Kapunda 1868[-1884] Memorial 124/229

MELLOR, James Fox formerly machinist Kapunda, now out of business Bowden-on-the-Hill, son of the late Joseph Mellor machinist Kapunda 1895. Benjamin Fox Mellor machinist Moonee Ponds Vic also appeared to be a son of Joseph Mellor Application 22966.

No 1

MELLOR, James T articled clerk to Messrs W & T POPE solicitors Adelaide 1882 Memorial 79/342

MELLOR, James T solicitor Adelaide 1887 Memorial 22/385

MELLOR, James T solicitor Adelaide 1891 Memorial 31/407

MELLOR, James Taylor solicitor Eagle Chambers, Adelaide, managing clerk to Messrs W & T POPE of the same place solicitors 1895 Application 23015

MELLOR, James Taylor solicitor Adelaide 1902[-1911] Memorial 31/447

No 1

MELLOR, John Fox machinist Adelaide 1873 Memorial 233/270

MELLOR, John Fox gentleman Fulham 1882 Memorial 48/343

MELLOR, John Fox formerly machinist Adelaide but now gentleman Reedbeds 1890 Application 21922

MELLOR, Eliza widow Henley Beach Road, died 7/10/1919. Relict of the late John Fox Mellor retired manufacturer now deceased Memorial 79/483

No 1

MELLOR, Joseph machine maker Adelaide (Morphett St) 1856 Application 19320

MELLOR, Joseph machinist Adelaide, power of attorney to his sons, Thomas Fox MELLOR and James Fox MELLOR machinists Adelaide, to manage his business for him 6/1/1862 Deposit 347/OA

No 1

MELLOR, Norman storeman Lower Mitcham 1919 Memorial 120/479

MELLOR, Norman out of business 59 Princes Rd, Mitcham 1962 Application 29480

No 1

MELLOR, Robert solicitor Pt Augusta 1879[-1880] Memorial 25/313

MELLOR, Robert clerk Pt Augusta 1882 Memorial 112/337

No 1

MELLOR, Thomas Fox machinist Adelaide 1868 Memorial 204/234

MELLOR, Thomas Fox machinist Adelaide and James Fox Mellor machinist Kapunda trading together at Adelaide and Kapunda, became bankrupts in 1870 Memorial 112/247

MELLOR, Thomas Fox land agent Adelaide 1878 Memorial 228/308

MELLOR, Thomas Fox land agent formerly of Adelaide but now of The Semaphore 1898 Memorial 207/434, Application 23536

No 1

MELLOR, Thomas Reginald solicitor Adelaide 1931 Application 27834

MELLOR, Thomas Reginald solicitor partner in the firm of W & T POPE solicitors 31 Grenfell St, Adelaide 1939, declared that the firm had acted as solicitors for the late William HOLLY farmer Noarlunga and his descendants for over 50 years Application 28147

No 1

MELLOW, John William Francis Symons of Gladstone 1881 Memorial 145/337

MELLOW, John William Francis Symons engineer Gladstone Hundred of Palmer land grant 1884 Grant Book 49 Page 175 County Newcastle

MELLOWSHIP, Frederick brickmaker Norwood 1874 Memorial 16/272

MELLOWSHIP, James brickmaker Sheldon St, Norwood 1886 Application 21118

MELLOWSHIP, William brickmaker Norwood 1863[-1869] Memorial 234/193

MELOILLE, James farmer Kangaroo Island 1888 Memorial 109/392

No 1
MELROSE, Alexander gentleman Glenelg 1885 Memorial 73/370

MELROSE, Alexander gentleman [formerly of Franklin Harbour but now of] Glenelg 1888 Memorial 5/395

MELROSE, Alex J sheepfarmer Mintaro and Jane Florence Melrose his wife 1923 Memorial 110/488

MELROSE, Florence Isabel spinster Aldgate 1906 Memorial 111/456

No 1 - the Elder

MELROSE, George sheepfarmer South Rhine Hundred of South Rhine land grant 1860[-1866] Grant Book 58 Page 244 County Sturt

MELROSE, George station owner Mt Pleasant, about to leave the province and remain abroad for some time, power of attorney to George Thorburn MELROSE and Robert Thomson MELROSE gentlemen Rosebank Mt Pleasant, to manage his business affairs 29/3/1890 Deposit 71/1890

No 2 - the Younger

MELROSE, George the Younger sheep farmer Franklin Harbour 1883 Memorial 4/359

No 1 - likely to be the same person

MELROSE, James stockholder Franklin Harbour 1883 Memorial 70/350

MELROSE, James grazier North Adelaide 1898 Memorial 155/434

MELROSE, James sheepfarmer Aldgate and Isabel Mary Melrose his wife 1905 Memorial 153/453

No 1

MELROSE, John saddler Adelaide purchased land in Mt Barker. He sold the lease of his shop in Hindley St Adelaide to Henry HOOPER 1850 [However, J Melrose sold his Mt Barker land before he received his title - therefore unlikely that he ever lived at Mt Barker] Memorials 348/30, 69/32, Application 20190

MELROSE, John saddler Adelaide 1851 Memorial 355/30

MELTON, Henry of Norwood 1863 Memorial 329/189

No 1

MELTON, JW publican Robin Hood Inn, Strathalbyn 1863 Memorial 59/188

MELTON, John William licensed victualler Strathalbyn 1863 Application 4577

No 1

MELTON, William of Moolooloo witnessed transfer of land in the Macclesfield Special Survey 1868 Memorial 90/235

MELTON, William now in New Zealand owned land in Strathalbyn 1884 Application 20397

MELVELLE, Robert cordwainer formerly of Kooringa 1854 Memorial 222/71

MELVILLE, A of Kadlunga 1855 Memorial 328/92

MELVILLE, Alexander mariner Pt Adelaide 1847 Memorial 88/8 Shoemaker Pt Adelaide 1849 Memorial 125/19

No 1

MELVILLE, David commission agent Adelaide 1853 Memorial 229/54

MELVILLE, David gentleman Adelaide 1871 Memorial 74/235

MELVILLE, David John acting accountant Union Bank Adelaide 1862 Memorial 13/219, Application 9278

MELVILLE, Eliza widow Birkenhead 1880[-1881] Memorial 225/327

MELVILLE, Henry storekeeper Forest Creek Vic 1854 Memorial 313/74

No 1

MELVILLE, Henry Dudley police officer Adelaide 1851 Memorial 156/31 Land owner Adelaide 1851 Memorial 278/38

Customs officer Pt Adelaide 1853[-1854] Memorial 384/49

MELVILLE, Henry Dudley gentleman Pt Robe 1860 Memorial 141/166

MELVILLE, Henry Dudley gentleman formerly of Pt Adelaide 1854 but now of Pt Robe 1860 Application 15834

No 1

MELVILLE, Henry Thomas licensed surveyor Adelaide Bruce township allotment land grant (Hundred of Willochra) 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 795 County Frome

MELVILLE, Henry Thomas surveyor Adelaide 1898 Memorial 250/434

No 1

MELVILLE, James farmer Kangaroo Island 1888 Memorial 109/392

MELVILLE, James farmer Coolaringa Kangaroo Island. Hundred of Dudley land grant 1897 Grant Book 11 Page 60 County Carnarvon

No 1

MELVILLE, John mariner Le Fevre Peninsula 1855[-1856] Memorial 166/92

MELVILLE, John pilot Le Fevre Peninsula 1863 Application 4055

MELVILLE, John mariner formerly of Pt Adelaide but now of Pt Augusta 1883 Memorial 239/354

MELVILLE, John Andrew boatbuilder Birkenhead 1904 Memorial 90/474

MELVILLE, William gardener Upper Sturt 1876 Application 15059

MELVILLE, William Nugent gentleman Adelaide 1861 Memorial 220/179

MELVIN, AC undertaker's clerk Adelaide (Gouger St) 1911 Memorial 186/473

MELVIN, Catherine widow Terowie 1887[-1901] Memorial 59/385

No 1

MELVIN, Daniel Wilkie reporter Adelaide 1872 Memorial 60/258

MELVIN, Daniel Wilkie auctioneer Adelaide Quorn (Hundred of Pichi Richi) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 49 Page 10 County Newcastle

MELVIN, Daniel Wilkie gentleman Pt Adelaide 1882 Application 19199

MELVIN, Daniel Wilkie auctioneer Adelaide 1883[-1898] Memorial 70/353

MENADUE, David Herbert farm labourer Salisbury 1932 Application 27880

No 1 - likely to be the same person

MENADUE, Hugh farmer Morphett Vale 1854[-1865] Memorial 344/66

MENADUE, Hugh farmer Aldinga became a bankrupt 29/1/1867 Memorial 100/257

MENADUE, Hugh farmer Aldinga became a bankrupt c1872. Brother to Eliza YATES wife of George Yates gentleman Hackham Application 12054

MENADUE, Hugh farmer Salisbury 1872 Memorial 92/261

MENADUE, Hugh farmer Peachey Belt, near Salisbury, died c1880s. His widow, Jane Menadue, remarried to Joseph CHIVELL on 24/1/1888. Children of Hugh and Jane Menadue included - John Menadue, Hugh Menadue the Younger, Mary Jane PRICE nee Menadue, Louisa Caroline KING nee Menadue; Emily Eliza ROSEWARNE then NORRIS nee Menadue (died 2/4/1933), and Sarah HART nee Menadue, Harriett KING nee Menadue wife of Arthur King farmer Virginia; Alice KING nee Menadue wife of Charles King retired Prospect; William Henry Menadue farmer Ettrick [Only the last three children alive in 1933 when Mrs Norris died] Application 27902

MENADUE, Jane widow Salisbury relict of the late Hugh Menadue formerly farmer Salisbury now deceased [1882 Memorial 115/343

No 1

MENADUE, William Brown gentleman Adelaide 1850 Memorial 112/21

MENADUE, William Brown jeweller Adelaide (Hindley St) 1853 Memorial 232/47

MENADUE, William Brown watchmaker Adelaide 1855 Memorial 395/83

MENADUE, William Brown gentleman Bay Road 1857[-1864] Enrolment 81a/44, Memorial 151/194

MENADUE, William Brown gentleman The Sturt 1865 Memorial 93/207

MENADUE, William Brown jeweller Adelaide (Hindley St) 1852, died 11/8/1866. He left his entire estate to his wife, Jane Menadue, during her lifetime, then in equal shares absolutely to his brother and sister, Hugh Menadue and Eliza Menadue. Mrs Jane Menadue remarried to Isaac KILLICOAT c1868. Mrs Killicoat died 19/9/1871. Eliza Menadue became the wife of George Yates of Hackham Memorials 66/214, 37/257

MENADUE, William Brown jeweller Adelaide (Hindley St) and Walkerville, died 11/8/1866. His whole estate to his 'affectionate wife', Jane Menadue, in trust for life, then to his brother and sister, Hugh MENADUE farmer Aldinga, and Eliza MENADUE (She later married George YATES gentleman Hackham). Estate worth £1,900. Hugh Menadue became a bankrupt 29/1/1867. Widow Jane Menadue 49 (Father: William LETCHER) married Isaac KILLICOAT the Younger 57 widower Superintendent Burra Copper Works (Father: Isaac Killicoat the Elder) both North Adelaide, at Christ Church North Adelaide on 13/4/1868. Witnesses Charles DEAN cattle dealer Woodberry Campbelltown, and Emma Dean Application 12054. Jane Killicoat wife of Isaac Killicoat mining captain North Adelaide, died 19/9/1871, of intussusception, aged 52 Application 12108.

No 1

MENADUE, William Henry farmer Salisbury linked with Jane Menadue widow Salisbury 1888 Memorial 115/389

MENADUE, William Henry farmer near Penfield 1898[-1903] Memorial 61/434

No 1

MENALLICK, Francis miner Kanmantoo 1851 Memorial 429/33

MENALLICK, Francis miner formerly of Kanmantoo but now of Campbell Creek Vic 1862 Application 3647

MENDEL, Moritz farmer Adelaide 1844. He leased land near Hurtle Vale Memorial 396/4

No 1

MENDESPERIERA, Susannah widow Bowden 1861 Application 2547

MENDESPERIERA, Susannah of Bowden, about to leave the province for some time, power of attorney to her son, Lorenzo MENDESPERIERA labourer Bowden, to sell all her real estate, and invest the proceeds on her behalf in SA 22/1/1877 Deposit 287/1879

No 1

MENDS, Charles yeoman Kensington 1844 Memorial 359/17

MENDS, Charles yeoman Kensington 1844 farmer 1879 Applications 18284 & 18281

MENDS, Charles formerly farmer Kensington now deceased 1879 Memorial 7/320

MENDS, Charles farmer Kensington, died intestate c1880 Memorial 60/326

No 2

MENDS, Charles clerk to Charles FENN solicitor Adelaide 1850 Memorial 292/21

MENDS, Charles solicitor Adelaide 1851[-1867] Memorial 171/36

MENDS, Charles gentleman Adelaide 1852 Memorial 375/42

MENDS, Charles barrister Adelaide (Clark’s Buildings Hindley St) had the papers (1851 land grants) in connection with Sections 5172-5176 on his office table in Clark’s Buildings and that he locked the door of his said office so that no person could have had access thereto and this declarant further saith that on returning to his said office in about an hour he found locked up therein a bull terrier bitch which this declarant has on several occasions seen eating parchment but this declarant was not aware that he had so locked up the said dog in his said office and that he discovered on the floor of his said office the said plan and the aforesaid dog laying closer to it but that his declarant having made diligent and anxious search could not find nor hath he since been able to find the said land grant and this declarant saith that he verily believes the said land grant was eaten and destroyed by the said dog. [It appears that Mends was acting for the grantees Robert STUCKEY and Edward DREW Esquires, Adelaide, who were about to sell the property to DH SCHMIDT and CD VOSZ] Declaration 20/3/1852 Application 3029

No 1

MENDS, Christopher Bowen clerk to Charles Mends solicitor Adelaide 1851 Memorial 387/37

MENDS, Christopher Bowen gentleman Adelaide 1854[-1874] Memorial 314/79

MENDS, Peter Charles fisherman Pt Lincoln 1927 Memorial 11/498

MENEAR, Seth labourer Kapunda Hundred of Kapunda land grant 1902 Book 44 Page 137 County Light

MENGESDORF, Johann Friedrich farmer Sheaoak Log 1861 Application 2564

MENGERSEN, Heinrich Diedrich storekeeper Lobethal 1858 Memorial 226/138

No 1

MENGERSEN, Hermann Diedrich storekeeper Lobethal 1878 Memorial 245/307

MENGERSEN, Hermann Diedrich provision dealer Lobethal 1881 Memorial 93/335

No 1

MENGLER, Christian miner Kooringa 1851 Memorial 362/39.

MENGLER, Christian miner Redruth 1852 Memorial 36/54

MENGLER, Christian miner formerly of Kooringa but now of Tanunda 1859 Memorial 183/153

MENHENNETT, Alfred saddler Kapunda 1891 Application 22074

MENHENNETT, Amelia 25 spinster Kapunda, married Thomas TREVENA 23 wheelwright Quorn (Father: Walter Trevena) on 25/7/1883 Mrs Menhennet’s home Kapunda. Minister: James HASLAM. Witnesses: W Menhennet miner Kapunda, Mary HARRIS of Kapunda 1886 Application 20865

MENHENNETT, Edith May nurse Salisbury 1952 Application 28897

MENHENNETT, John of Mutooroo 1889 Memorial 100/397

MENHENNETT, Matthew farmer Ross Creek near Kapunda, sole surviving trustee in the estate of the late Mary Ann STOKES of Hawker Creek near Kapunda 1894 Application 22635

No 1 - probably the same person

MENHENNETT, William miner Kapunda 1854 Memorial 21/67

MENHENNETT, William farmer Kapunda 1866 Memorial 28/213

MENHENNETT, William farmer Hawker Creek, died 1879. Husband of Eliza Menhennett. Children - Matthew Menhennett farmer Ross Creek near Kapunda, William Henry Menhennett miner Kapunda and James and Amelia Menhennett not described Memorial 32/320

MENHENNETT, William farmer Hawker Creek near Kapunda, died c1886. Husband of Eliza Menhennett. Father of Matthew Menhennett farmer Ross Creek near Kapunda. Probably other sons, William Henry and John Menhennett miners Kapunda, Alfred Menhennett saddler Kapunda. Daughters included Esther HARVEY nee Menhennett wife of William Harvey farmer Bagot Gap, Amelia TREVENA nee Menhennett wife of Thomas Trevena wheelwright Quorn 1886 Application 20865

MENIHAN, Patrick blacksmith Woodville 1861 Memorial 169/173

MENKENS, Heinrich Georg merchant Perth WA, in equal partnership with Johann MENKENS of a leased business site in Rundle St, Adelaide from Wilhelm KITHER, since 1/11/1880, power of attorney to Johann MENKENS to sub-lease the land for 14 years to John PRESTON grocer Adelaide from 3/7/1882 Deposit 207/1882

No 1

MENKENS, Johann yeoman Adelaide 1858 Memorial 147/141

MENKENS, Johann fruiterer Adelaide 1876 Memorial 9/294

MENKENS, Johann and Henry George Menkens importers Adelaide (Rundle St) 1880 Memorial 180/327

No 2 - continuation from No 1

MENKENS, Johann Hermann storekeeper Lobethal 1849[-1854] Memorial 108/27 

MENKENS, Johann Hermann merchant Adelaide (Grenfell St) 1858 Memorial 259/144

MENKENS, Johann Hermann died 6/2/1886. Husband of Auguste Bertha Menkens of Kensington Memorial 119/388

No 1

MENKINS, Frank Harold accountant and auditor Adelaide (Steamship Building, Currie St) 1917 Memorial 49/475

MENKINS, Frank Harold land and estate agent 26 McKenna St, Kensington Park, died 2/8/1942. Husband of Cora Ann Menkins. Father of Rhona Menkins, Shirley Menkins and Eric Menkins Memorial 13/518

MENKINS, Frank Harold land agent Adelaide, died 2/8/1942. His wife, Cora Ann Menkins, of McKenna St, Kensington Gardens, died 7/9/1948. His family included Rhonda Wilson ALLASON married woman 46 Park Rd, Kensington Gardens, Shirley Wilson STEVENS married woman 11 Cuthero Tce, Kensington Gardens, and Eric Wilson Menkins civil servant 26 McKenna St, Kensington Gardens. The Frank Menkins owned land on the corner of Port Road and Stroud St, at Cheltenham, which they leased out to companies to erect advertising hoardings. In 1958, the executors of the Menkins Estate wanted to sell the land for building a large block of flats Application 28367

MENMUIR, George Harpur painter Strathalbyn 1900 Memorial 142/441

MENNER, Carl Wilhelm baker Tanunda 1855[-1862] Memorial 162/95, Application 2900

No 1

MENPES, James tailor Pt Adelaide 1848 Memorial 434/10

MENPES, James draper Pt Adelaide 1849[-1885] Memorial 349/18

MENPES, James merchant Pt Adelaide 1855 Memorial 17/93

MENPES, James storekeeper Pt Adelaide 1857 Memorial 286/119

MENPES, James linendraper Pt Adelaide 1858 Memorial 29/142

MENPES, James draper Pt Adelaide 1865 Memorial 92/202

MENPES, James gentleman Adelaide at present on a visit to England 1878 Memorial 71/307

MENPES, James gentleman London, Middlesex, England 1882 Memorial 169/340

MENTE, Henry gentleman Norwood 1851 Memorial 34/35

No 1

MENZ, August labourer Waterloo and Marie Auguste Menz nee BENING his wife 1876 Application 1596

MENZ, August farmer Tothill Belt 1882 Memorial 112/346

MENZ, Friedrich farmer Yanyarrie 1889 Memorial 242/395

No 1 - likely to be the same person

MENZ, Friedrich Peter farmer Freeling 1864 Application 5437

MENZ, Peter farmer Freeling 1863 Application 4260

MENZ, Friedrich Peter farmer Freeling Hundred of Wauraltee land grant 1877 Grant Book 19 Page 220 County Fergusson

MENZ, Peter of Pt Victoria trustee cemetery Hundred of Wauraltee land grant 1879 Grant Book 19 Page 222 County Fergusson

MENZ, Peter Friedrich farmer Mt Rat Hundred of Koolywurtie land grant 1894 Grant Book 19 Page 315 County Fergusson

MENZ, Friedrich Wilhelm farmer Hundred of Lindley 1889 Memorial 128/395

MENZ, H Alb of Mutooroo 1907 Memorial 65/457

MENZ, Hermann now of Yanyarrie 1883 Memorial 213/348

MENZ, Johann architect Adelaide, died c 1860. He left his personal estate to his wife, Magdalene Elise Menz, and the rest of his estate to his executor, Peter Theodor SCHUMACHER of Adelaide, to sell and invest the proceeds to provide an income for the Menz family until the youngest child reached the age of 21 or married. The trust fund to be divided equally amongst the wife and children at that stage Memorial 56/165

MENZ, Johann Theodor publican Adelaide, became a bankrupt in 1870 Memorial 250/246

MENZ, Peter farmer Rosenthal 1856 Memorial 365/96

MENZ, Rudolph watchmaker Adelaide 1893 Memorial 114/417

No 1

MENZEL, Ernst gardener Mitcham 1889 Application 21764

MENZEL, Ernst gardener Stirling East 1889 Memorial 204/399

MENZEL, Friedrich farmer near Williamstown 1878 Application 16886

No 1

MENZEL, Johann blacksmith Grünberg 1859 Memorial 257/160

MENZEL, Johann blacksmith Lyndoch Valley ç1864 Memorial 42/198

MENZEL, Johann farmer near Lyndoch and his wife Johanne Wilhelmine Menzel formerly JW BRUEGGEMANN wife of Heinrich Christoph Brüggemann farmer Rowlands Flat 1865 Memorial 55/206

No 1

MENZEL, Johann Carl Friedrich Wilhelm farmer Hundred of English 1886 Memorial 68/373

MENZEL, Johann Carl Friedrich farmer Point Pass 1887 Memorial 23/387

No 1

MENZEL, Johann Gottlieb Daniel farmer Onkaparinga 1849[-1854] Memorial 16/14

MENZEL, Johann Gottlieb Daniel farmer Lobethal 1854 Memorial 110/74

MENZEL, Johann Gottlieb Daniel farmer Lobethal, died c1872. He left his part of his estate in trust and part absolutely to his wife, Anna Rosine Menzel nee SCHULTZ. After her death, the trust estate to go absolutely in remainder expectant to the testator's daughter, Rosine Dorothea PFEIFFER nee Menzel wife of Johann Gottlieb Pfeiffer absolutely Memorial 13/258

No 1

MENZEL, Johann Gottlieb Daniel farmer Lobethal 1865 Application 6553.

MENZEL, Anna Rosine widow near Lobethal, widow of the late Johann Daniel Gottlieb Menzel. She had a life interest in trust in his estate, with remainder expectant absolutely to Rosine Dorothea PFEIFFER wife of Johann Gottlieb Pfeiffer farmer near Lobethal 1877. AR Menzel could not write Application 16180

MENZEL, Louise Marie widow Gawler 1950 Application 28738

MENZIES, Duncan auctioneer Clare 1919 Application 26835

No 1

MEPSTEAD, Isaac joiner Penola 1866 Memorial 87/214

MEPSTEAD, Isaac labourer Penola 1869 Memorial 183/238

MEPSTEAD, Isaac labourer Penola 1901 Application 24202

MERCER, Alfred Tanner farmer Weetulta 1888 Memorial 93/393

MERCER, Francis grocer Kensington 1887 Application 21181

MERCER, James greengrocer Adelaide (Hindley St). He held the lease from their owner Jane SLOGGETT no description of three adjoining shops on Pt TA 47 with the Tasmanian Hotel on the eastern end of these shops. Tenancies from east to west - James Mercer the greengrocer, butcher shop in the middle and an eating house on the western end 1847 Memorial 209/8

No 1

MERCER, John labourer Nairne 1851 Memorial 214/31

MERCER, John yeoman Nairne 1851 Application 17021

MERCER, John miner Nairne 1852 Memorial 38/43

MERCER, John yeoman Nairne 1854 Memorial 272/73

MERCER, John farmer Nairne 1856 Application 21314

MERCER, John miner Kanmantoo 1856 Memorial 18/105

MERCER, John farmer near Kanmantoo 1857 Memorial 251/126

MERCER, John farmer Black Hill near Kanmantoo 1863 Memorial 104/304

No 2

MERCER, John farmer Magill Co Adelaide. Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1882 Grant Book 14 Page 419 County Daly

MERCER, John farmer Tiparra. Bute (Hundred of Wiltunga) township allotment land grant 1885 Grant Book 14 Page 396 County Daly

No 3

MERCER, John storekeeper's assistant Crystal Brook 1892 Memorial 15/415

No 1

MERCER, Joseph farmer Adelaide 1851 Memorial 428/32

MERCER, Joseph farmer Walkerville 1855 Memorial 196/81

MERCER, Joseph farmer St Bernards 1856 Memorial 228/100

MERCER, Joseph farmer formerly of Walkerville but now of Magill 1860 Memorial 224/169

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

MERCER, Joseph schoolmaster Magill 1880 Memorial 149/333

No 3

MERCER, Joseph blacksmith Virginia 1877 Application 16358

No 1

MERCER, Peter Minister of the Gospel Queenstown 1857 Memorial 33/120

MERCER, Peter Minister of the Gospel Alberton 1861 Memorial 304/171

No 1

MERCHANT, John Laurence of Box 91, Pt Lincoln, a member of the RAAF 1944 Memorial 8/518

MERCHANT, John Laurence formerly of the RAAF but now clerk Pt Lincoln 1948, linked with Leonard Brian Merchant clerk Pt Lincoln Application 28580

No 1

MERCHANT, Robert farmer Richmond 1854 Memorial 156/63

MERCHANT, Robert farmer South Road 1856 Memorial 485/96

MERCHANT, Robert farmer South Rd 1856 Application 29330

MERCHANT, William Ball sawyer Adelaide 1854 Memorial 132/70

No 1

MEREDITH, Edward Phillips insurance agent Adelaide 1877 Application 15906

MEREDITH, EP commission merchant Adelaide 1877[-1878] Memorial 186/304

MEREDITH, Edward Phillips commission merchant Adelaide Co Adelaide. Farina (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 65 Page 69 County Not named

MEREDITH, Edward Phillips commission merchant Glenelg, died c1878. Son of Edward William Meredith gentleman Wharton Court, Leominster, Hereford, England Memorials 148 & 149/455

MEREDITH, Edward Phillips commission merchant Glenelg, died 1878 intestate and without heirs. Letters of administration to his father, Edward William Meredith, of parts beyond the sea, who inherited his estate for settlement. Arthur Edwin BONNEY civil servant Upper Kensington was one of the executors when EW Meredith died 1886 and his SA real estate had to be sold Application 25176

No 1

MEREDITH, John land owner Mt Gambier 1852 Memorial 199/46

MEREDITH, John Esquire Cambria Swan Tas 1857 Memorial 335/128

No 2

MEREDITH, John JP of Moonta 1862 Memorial 166/187

MEREDITH, John JP surgeon Moonta 1865 Memorial 267/203

MEREDITH, John gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now in parts beyond the seas 1878 Memorial 43/309

MEREDITH, John gentleman of Margarets Babbicombe Torquay, Devon, England 1878 Memorial 66/309

MEREDITH, Robert farmer Sturt River 1854 Memorial 76/67 Gentleman Marion 1854[-1857] Memorial 93/67

MERKEL, Theodore gardener Brownhill Creek 1895 Memorial 54/425

MERPES, James gentleman Adelaide now on a visit to England 1878 Memorial 71/307

MERRAMAN, James farmer Campbelltown 1860 Memorial 277/163

MERRELL, Thomas miller McLaren Vale 1854[-1859] Memorial 395/69

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

MERRETT, Charles market gardener Princess Royal Gardens Co Burra 1853 Memorial 128/188 Stockholder Kooringa 1863 Memorial 132/188

MERRETT, Charles gentleman Kooringa 1854 Memorial 92/73

MERRETT, Charles gardener Hundred of Kooringa 1855 Memorial 4/88

MERRETT, Charles labourer Tyloure Cattle Station Co Flinders 1859 Memorial 304/160

MERRETT, Charles gardener formerly of Kooringa but now in the province of Victoria 1861 Memorial 141/177

MERRETT, Charles sheep farmer Kooringa 1863 Memorial 132/192

MERRETT, Charles sheep farmer [formerly of Kooringa but now of] Pt Wakefield 1865 Memorial 229/201

MERRETT, Charles stockholder Pt Wakefield 1865[-1868] Memorial 28/207

MERRITT, Charles [perhaps the Younger?] farmer Pt Wakefield 1876[-1877] Memorial 3/289

MERRETT, Charles the Younger farmer Nantawarra 1878 Memorial 202/305

MERRETT, Charles the Younger farmer Nantawarra near Pt Wakefield 1881 Memorial 157/333

MERRETT, Charles storekeeper Pt Wakefield 1878 Memorial 168/305

MERRETT, Charles farmer Pt Wakefield 1878 Application 16610

MERRETT, Charles farmer Two Miles [probably near Pt Wakefield] 1880 Memorial 20/324

No 1

MERRETT, Daniel shipwright Goolwa 1879 Memorial 178/313

MERRETT, Daniel shipwright Goolwa 1879 Application 20254

MERRITT, Elizabeth widow Adelaide 1839 Application 3848

MERRITT, Francis stone mason near Gilles St, Adelaide, died c1878. Husband of Rosina Merritt. Father of Francis William Merritt, John Jury Merritt, Kate Merritt and Rosina Merritt Memorial 62/307

No 1

MERRETT, George and John William Merrett butchers Pt Wakefield 1877 Memorial 233/297

MERRETT, George farmer Pt Wakefield 1879 Memorial 237/315

MERRETT, George butcher Pt Wakefield 1880 Memorial 57/325

MERRETT, George and John William butchers Pt Wakefield Co Gawler. Hundred of Clinton land grant 1882 Grant Book 14 Page 133 County Daly

No 1 - perhaps the same person

MERRETT, James farmer Allen Creek 1851[-1856] Memorial 340/33

MERRETT, James farmer near Pt Wakefield 1871[-1878] Memorial 105/253

No 1 FIND CHECK SPELLING

MERIFIELD, John blacksmith Mt Barker 1849 Memorial 161/18

MERIFIELD, John blacksmith Mt Barker 1852[-1861] Memorial 283/43

MERIFIELD, Peter blacksmith Mt Gambier. Beachport (Hundred of Rivoli Bay) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 31 Page 286 County Grey

MERRIFIELD, Richard miner Moonta Mines. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1903 Grant Book 14 Page 94 County Daly

MERRIFIELD, Thomas Dalling butcher Kadina. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1869 Grant Book 14 Page 76 County Daly

MERRILL, Charles farmer Two Wells Co Adelaide. Hundred of Clinton land grant 1882 Grant Book 14 Page 133 County Daly

No 1 - the Elder

MERRITT, John the Elder farmer Dry Creek, made his will in 1851. He left estate to his sons, John and William Merritt Memorial 59/101

MERRITT, John farmer Dry Creek, [died 15/4/1862]. His entire estate to his sons, John and William Merritt, provided they give a cottage and £40 in cash to his daughter, Eliza CASKEY, wife of Matthew Caskey, for life Enrolment 4/30

No 1 - the Younger

MERRITT, John groom Adelaide 1839-1842 Memorial 84/335, Application 24072

MERRITT, John carrier The Pinery 1849 Memorial 23/14

MERRITT, John farmer The Pinery 1851[-1852] Memorial 119/30

MERRITT, John farmer Great North Road 1851 Memorial 332/31

MERRITT, John [the Younger] licensed victualler Grand Junction Hotel, North Road 1852 Memorial 446/45

MERRITT, John [the Younger] licensed victualler Grand Junction Hotel, North Road 1854 Memorial 139/63

MERRITT, John [the Younger] innkeeper Grand Junction Lower North Road, died c1858 Memorial 163/147

MERRITT, John the Younger licensed victualler Grand Junction, died 7/6/1858, of delirium tremens, aged 39. He left his estate to his wife, Elizabeth Merritt in trust for life, then to his surviving children in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant. Mrs Merritt (Father; Francis FIGG) remarried 2/8/1860 Christ Church North Adelaide, John ELDRIDGE licensed victualler Prospect (Father; William Eldridge). Elizabeth Eldridge died 3/11/1876 Wallaroo, of conditis. Surviving family by 1878 included - Eliza MIDDLETON wife of Joseph Middleton labourer Wallaroo, Sarah Ann PEGLER wife of Augustus Henry Pegler overseer the Murray, Jane JOHNSON wife of Edward Johnson licensed victualler Wallaroo, Frank MERRITT teamster Grand Junction near Adelaide, John MERRITT butcher Wallaroo, William MERRITT contractor Wallaroo Application 16608

No 2

MERRITT, John farmer Mannum 1886 Memorial 150/378

MERRITT, John farmer Mannum Pt Mannum (Hundred of Finniss) township allotment land grant 1886 Grant Book 58 Page 383 County Sturt

MERRITT, John farmer Hundred of Finniss had died by 1892 intestate. Letters of administration to Catherine Merritt to settle the estate Grant Book 58 Page 45 County Sturt

No 1 – perhaps the same person

MERRETT, John William farmer Pt Wakefield Hundred of Inkerman land grant 1882 Grant Book 27 Page 144 County Gawler

MERRETT, John William butcher Glen Osmond 1888[-1898] Memorial 119/395

MERRETT, Leslie GJ mounted constable Morphett Vale 1927 Memorial 142/498

MERRITT, William shepherd FS Dutton's Pine Creek Station 1844 Memorial 381/3

MERRETT, William stockholder Eden Valley Co Sturt. Hundred of Tatiara land grant 1878 Grant Book 7 Page 7 County Buckingham

MERRICK, Thomas tailor Adelaide and Mary Frances Merrick his wife formerly Mary Frances SKUSE widow 1877 Memorial 114/302

MERRIMAN, Mark farmer Aldinga Plains 1854 Memorial 287/76

MERRY, Francis also known as William SMITH labourer formerly of Coffin Bay near Pt Lincoln but then of Little Swamp, died 30/3/1915. Estate worth £60. Husband of Elizabeth Merry also known as Elizabeth Smith nee Elizabeth NASH Memorial 167/479

MERRY, HW clerk Anglican Church Office Adelaide 1897 Memorial 241/429

No 1

MERRYFIELD, James labourer Kooringa 1851 Memorial 473/32

MERRYFIELD, James farmer formerly of Redruth but now of Bendigo Vic 1859 Memorial 187/151

MERRYWEATHER, John Windsor Collins innkeeper Grand Junction Hotel Dry Creek 1851[-1853] Memorial 122/29

MERTIN, Friedrich farmer Blumberg 1857 Memorial 297/125

MERTIN, Hermann undertaker Truro 1901 Application 24401

MERTON, Norman Mervyn carter Kapunda 1922 Application 27095

MESEKE, Johann Carl August surveyor Adelaide 1858 Memorial 319/136

MESKILL, James carter Cheltenham 1863[-1874] Memorial 300/188

MESSAGE, William carpenter Adelaide 1857[-1868] Memorial 212/229

MESSENGER, HE company director 39 Martin Place, Sydney NSW 1942 Application 28338

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

MESSENGER, James carpenter Salisbury 1857[-1858] Memorial 38/121

MESSENGER, James the Younger carpenter Salisbury now temporarily residing at Woodside, Croydon Surrey, England and his wife, Louisa Messenger 1856. James Messenger died at Salisbury on 21/10/1863. Louisa Messenger died 6/2/1865 Salisbury Memorial 310/203

No 2

MESSENGER, James labourer Stone Hut 1888 Memorial 181/390

MESSENGER, James gardener near Stone Hut, died c1901. Husband of Nancy Ann Messenger. Executor; Arthur James Messenger farmer Stone Hut Memorials 26 & 27/447

No 1

MESSENGER, John labourer East Auburn 1858 Memorial 23/135

MESSENGER, John labourer formerly of East Auburn 1857 but now of Sevenhill 1869 Application 10258

MESSENGER, Rebecca widow Sevenhill 1874, relict of the late John Messenger deceased Application 13369

MESSENGER, Rebecca assistant postmistress Sevenhill 1903 Memorial 208/449

No 2

MESSENGER, John farmer Penola 1863 Memorial 200/187

MESSENGER, John labourer Penola 1869 Memorial 82/239

MESSENGER, John contractor Penola, died 1873. He left his estate to his wife, Jessie Dewer Messenger formerly Jessie Dewer MCDONALD Memorial 111/270

MESSENGER, Rosena married woman formerly of Armagh but now of Pt Pirie linked with Henry AV Messenger clerk 3 Knapman St, Risdon, Pt Pirie 1954 Memorial 123/529

No 1

MESSENGER, Thomas of Enfield 1858 Memorial 165/141

MESSENGER, Thomas farmer North Road 1864 Memorial 165/141

No 1

MESSENT, Joseph Burt accountant Adelaide Co Adelaide. Mobilong (later Murray Bridge Hundred of Mobilong) township allotment land grant 1884 Grant Book 58 Page 217 County Sturt

MESSENT, Joseph Burt agent Adelaide Co Adelaide. Cockburn (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1886 Grant Book 65 Page 168 County Not named

MESSENT, Philip tallow chandler Adelaide 1851[-1853] Memorial 48/36

No 1

MESSENT, Philip Samuel draftsman Adelaide Co Adelaide. Cockburn (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1886 Grant Book 65 Page 169 County Not named

MESSENT, Philip Samuel draughtsman Adelaide 1906 Application 25209

MESSENT, Philip Samuel draftsman Adelaide Co Adelaide. Mobilong (later Murray Bridge Hundred of Mobilong) township allotment land grant 1884 Grant Book 58 Page 217 County Sturt

MESSEROY, John master mariner late of Payneham but now of the Fullarton Estate 1882 Application 19372

MESSERRY, John mariner Payneham 1882 Memorial 97/339

No 1 - likely to be the same person

MESSNER, Carl yeoman Tanunda 1857 Memorial 164/119

MESSNER, Carl Friedrich August farmer Rowlands Flat 1858[-1872] Memorial 45/146, Application 12207

MESSNER, Rodolph Otto cabinetmaker Williamstown 1884 Memorial 249/361

METCALF, Joseph the Younger farmer Mt Bryan Flat Co Burra. Hundred of Hanson land grant 1897 Grant Book 56 Page 265 County Stanley

No 1

METCALFE, Henry Esquire Fourth Creek near Adelaide 1843 Memorial 408/2

METCALFE, Henry stock agent Fourth Creek 1844 Memorial 194/6

METCALFE, Henry Esquire Section 346 a country section 1845 Application 22126

METCALFE, Henry stockholder Fourth Creek 1846 Memorial 196/6

METCALFE, Henry stockholder Fourth Creek 1849 Memorial 250/77

METCALFE, Henry [formerly stockholder Fourth Creek now deceased] in the estate of 1850 – his wife & children; Frances Harriet HUXTABLE [re-married between 1850-1855], Mary Metcalfe and Alice Metcalfe Memorial 91/92

METCALFE, Reginald Thomas fitter Pt Lincoln, and Joyce Florence Metcalfe, his wife 1947 Application 28562

No 1

METCALF, Matthew Henry farmer Pinda trustee unnamed Wesleyan Methodist Church Hundred of Pinda land grant 1879 Grant Book 24 Page 589 County Frome

METCALF, M atthew Henry farmer Pt Elliot Hundred of Pinda land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 589 County Frome

METCALF, Matthew Henry farmer near Middleton 1901 Memorial 246/443

METCALF, Matthew Henry farmer Middleton, died 1/2/1907 Albany WA. His eight children included: Gertrude Mary HARDING married woman Middleton, Laura Evelyn CRISP, Eleanor Cecilia MCLEOD, Amy Elizabeth DOW, Hilda Florence HUNT (died 4/11/1912 Bugle Ranges), Linda May MCLEOD, Raymond Berkeley Metcalf and Kathleen Rita THEOBALD wife of Russell T Theobald bank official 23 Britten St, Glen Iris Vic 1938 Application 28127

METCALF, Thomas farmer Yankalilla 1858 Memorial 111/147

METCALF, Thomas Leonard labourer Strathalbyn 1922 Memorial 8/487

METCALFE, Walter of Venus Bay 1872 Memorial 73/258

No 1

METCALF, William gentleman formerly of Currency Creek but now of Pt Elliot 1854 Memorial 186/65

METCALF, William farmer Pt Elliot 1854[-1864] Memorial 275/92

METCALF, William farmer Freeman's Knob 1855 Memorial 281/92

METCALF, William gentleman Pt Elliot, died c1890. Husband of Mary Ann Louisa Metcalf. Father of Selina Emily HARDING, Anna Maria WOOD, Thomas Walter Metcalf, Matthew Henry Metcalf and David Francis Augustus Metcalf Memorial 63/407

METCALF, William gentleman Pt Elliot, died 22/10/1890. As at 1919, his family comprised - his widow, Mary Jane Metcalf, lived at Prospect. Laura Evelyn CRISP married woman Hammond; Eleanor Cecilia MCLEOD married woman Middleton; Amy Elizabeth DOW married woman Prospect; Gertrude Mary Metcalf spinster Prospect; Linda May MCLEOD married woman Middleton; Raymond Berkley Metcalf chauffeur Prospect; Kathleen Rita Metcalf spinster Prospect and Thomas Walter Metcalf farmer Willowie Memorial 60/478

METCALF, Thomas Walter formerly farmer now retired Wilmington , died 10/6/1927 Parkside. His estate worth £2,800. Certain monetary bequests to his children and grandchildren soon after his death - his sons Thomas Lionel Metcalf, Ernest Beasley Metcalf, his daughter Lily Eleanor BONHAM, William Henry Augustus Metcalf. His wife, Eliza Metcalf, to get the rest of his money, his personal estate absolutely and a life interest in trust in his real estate. After she died, the trustees to sell the property and to divide the money in varying shares absolutey in remainder expectant amongst his following children - William HA Metcalf, Lily E Bonham and Nellie Pearl walliker, and Ethel M STRATFORD 1926 Application 27940

No 1

METCALF, William farmer Freeman's Knob, Encounter Bay 1864 Application 4902

METCALF, William farmer Freeman’s Knob 1881 Application 18830

METCALF, William farmer near Pt Elliot 1882 Application 19101

METH, Max James public servant 12 Cleve st, Mansfield Park 1971 , Secretary to the Engineering and Water Supply Department Application 29781

METHER, John Arthur formerly out of business Warwick Farm Road, Olinda Vic but now farmer Morphett Vale 1954 Memorial 31/530

METHERINGHAM, David of near Belair Belair Christian Brethren Church trustee 1864 Memorial 206/195

METTERS, Frederick orchardist Adelaide linked with Stanley Harry Metters furniture manufacturer Adelaide 1921 Memorial 146/484

METTERS, Robert miner Adelaide 1849 Memorial 357/18

METTERS, William miner Moonta 1867 Memorial 159/218

No 1

MEWES, Ferdinand farmer Mannum 1886 Memorial 55/374

MEWES, Ferdinand farmer [formerly of Mannum but now of the] Hundred of Schomburgk 1887 Memorial 180/382

No 1

MEWETT, Jesse farmer Chain of Ponds 1859 Memorial 2/162

MEWETT, Jesse farmer Wongalere near Williamstown 1883 Memorial 116/350

MEWETT, Jesse formerly farmer Wongalere near Williamstown but now gentleman Parkside 1909 Application 25641

MEWETT, John farmer The Pinery near Adelaide 1852 Memorial 260/43

MEWETT, Robert farmer MacDonnell Bay Hundred of MacDonnell land grant 1861 Grant Book 30 Page 275 County Grey

MEWETT, Robert farmer Mt Gambier Hundred of Caroline land grant 1869 Grant Book 31 Page 9 County Grey

No 1 - perhaps the same person

MEWETT, Samuel carpenter Adelaide 1841. Farmer Dry Creek near Adelaide 1846 Application 22321

MEWETT, Samuel farmer Dry Creek 1846 Memorial 198/6

MEWETT, Samuel farmer Gumeracha 1852 Memorial 123/322

MEWETT, Samuel farmer Park Farm Section 6389 Hundred of Para Wirra, died c1888. His wife, Martha Mewett, had a life interest in trust in the farm, then to his son, Thomas Mewett farmer Kersbrook, absolutely in remainder expectant Application 21773

MEYER, AHW baker Norwood 1876 Application 15476

MEYER, Anthony gentleman North Adelaide 1856 Memorial 273/104

No 1

MEYER, August eldest son of the late Wilhelm Meyer formerly miner Redruth but then deceased and his wife, Louise Meyer, then a widow, linked with Johann Carl Christian Meyer miner Redruth 1858[-1859] Memorials 298/147 & 142/154

No 2

MEYER, August of Mt Gambier 1864 Memorial 77/195

No 3

MEYER, August farmer Concordia 1887 Application 21136

MEYER, August Carl gentleman Littlehampton 1877 Memorial 235/299

MEYER, Carl farmer Lobethal 1859 Memorial 127/157

No 1

MEYER, Carl August labourer Tanunda 1863 Application 4336

MEYER, Carl August farmer near Tanunda 1878 Memorial 216/307

MEYER, Carl Hermann of Adelaide 1889 Memorial 241/400

No 1

MEYER, Christian cabinetmaker Angaston 1856[-1858] Memorial 247/105

No 1

MEYER, Christian Friedrich of Stockwell 1857 Memorial 21/121

MEYER, Christian Friedrich carpenter Stockwell 1858 Memorial 341/142

MEYER, Christian Friedrich schoolmaster formerly of Stockwell and Light Pass, left SA 1868 for New Zealand. His co-trustee, Wilhelm JOHN farmer Light Pass, for the will of Johann Heinrich LÜHRS gave this information 1875 Application 14100

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

MEYER, Christian Ludwig merchant Glen Osmond 1851 Memorial 73/29

MEYER, Christian Ludwig merchant Adelaide, trading under the style or firm of Noltenius, Meyer & Co with Bernard August NOLTENIUS 1851[-1862] Memorial 103/35

MEYER, Christian Ludwig merchant Adelaide and Johanna Elise Meyer his wife 1870 Memorial 200/246

MEYER, Christian Ludwig the Younger merchant Adelaide, about to marry Williamina KERR spinster North Tce, Adelaide. Her father; William Isaac Kerr storekeeper Clare, died 16/6/1859. Her mother, Roberta Kerr, died 16/3/1861 Clare. Their son, Donald Alexander Kerr turned 19 on 10/4/1878 Memorial 160/316

MEYER, Christian Ludwig the Younger agent Adelaide 1887 Memorial 126/388

No 1

MEYER, Diedrich Heinrich farmer Mt Crawford 1852 Memorial 355/44

MEYER, Diedrich Heinrich farmer Hundred of Barossa 1860 Memorial 191/165

MEYER, Edward storekeeper Adelaide 1850 Memorial 224/28

No 1

MEYER, Edward Thomas shoemaker Millicent Millicent North (Hundred of Mt Muirhead) township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 31 Page 311 County Grey

MEYER, Edward Thomas bootmaker Bordertown 1888 Memorial 178/389

MEYER, Elise A governess Mt Bryan 1885[-1886] Memorial 76/365

No 1

MEYER, Ellis farmer Little Para 1852[-1853] Memorial 343/45

MEYER, Ellis yeoman Gawler Plains 1853 Memorial 347/55

No 1

MEYER, Frederick licensed victualler Adelaide 1855 Memorial 165/83

MEYER, Frederick formerly licensed victualler Adelaide, but now on a survey party September 1857 Memorial 36/138

MEYER, Frederick of Milang September 1857 Memorial 144/138

MEYER, Frederick licensed victualler Milang September 1881. He was a gentleman of Rosaville, Mt Gambier by October 1881 Memorial 187/334, Application 18828

No 2

MEYER, Friedrich farmer Hundred of Bright. Hundred of Bright land grant 1893 Grant Book 9 Page 48 County Burra

No 1

MEYER, FA of Elizabeth St, Norwood 1862 Memorial 146/186

No 2

MEYER, FA clerk Adelaide 1868 Memorial 2/233

No 1

MEYER, Friedrich Ferdinand blacksmith Adelaide (Pirie St) 1851 Memorial 311/29

MEYER, Friedrich Ferdinand locksmith Adelaide (Pirie St) 1862 Memorial 236/212

No 1

MEYER, George Heinrich Christoph merchant Adelaide 1866 Memorial 239/210

MEYER, George Heinrich Christoph agent Adelaide 1872[-1916] Memorial 184/263, Application 19977

MEYER, George Heinrich Christoph agent Adelaide (German Club House, Pirie St) 1891 Application 22100

No 1

MEYER, Heinrich August Eduard Missionary to the Aborigines Encounter Bay 1847 Memorial 95/141

MEYER, Heinrich August Eduard Lutheran Pastor Bethanien 1850[-1857] Memorial 436/23

MEYER, Heinrich August Eduard clerk Nuriootpa 1854 Memorial 306/62

MEYER, Wilhelmine Friedericke widow Hahndorf 1873, relict of the late Pastor Eduard Meyer of Bethanien Application 12663

MEYER, Heinrich Ludwig yeoman Adelaide 1850 Memorial 83b/22

MEYER, Heinrich Johann Christoph farmer Everard Central 1889 Memorial 77/399

No 1 - possibly the same person

MEYER, Heinrich Wilhelm baker Adelaide 1856 Memorial 464/95

MEYER, Heinrich Wilhelm baker Norwood 1872 Memorial 79/265

MEYER, Henry Robert farmer Ashbourne 1942 Application 28328

MEYER, Jameson farmer Inman Valley 1894 Application 22631

MEYER, Johann mason near Hahndorf. Member St John German Protestant Church Hahndorf 1859 Memorial 301/153

No 1

MEYER, Johann Carl Christian stockholder Redruth 1853[-1859] Memorial 487/61

MEYER, Johann Carl Christian miner Redruth 1853[-1854] Memorial 359/64

MEYER, Johann Carl Christian stockholder Redruth took out a land grant of Section 2070 Hundred of Kooringa in 1853. He laid out the township of Charleston on the land c1859 Application 18753

MEYER, Johann Carl Christian stockholder Charleston near Redruth and Caroline Friederike Henriette Meyer his wife 1860[-1863] Memorial 264/170

No 1

MEYER, Johann Gustav farmer Concordia 1884 Memorial 10/357

MEYER, Johann Gustav farmer Concordia 1884 Application 20197

No 1

MEYER, Johann Jacob blacksmith Blumberg 1851[-1859] Memorial 333/37

MEYER, Charlotte of Concordia a 'femme sole' under a Supreme Court order dated 26/4/1867. Wife of Johann Jacob Meyer, now officially separated from her husband. Trustees for certain real estate (Section 723 Hundred of Barossa - 286 acres) 'for the maintenance of herself and the maintenance and education of her her children by JJ Meyer'; Gerd Christian Friedrich CORDES and Julius Ernst Christian BOECKMANN farmers Concordia. Children; Anna Henriette Hermine Meyer spinster Concordia, Johanne Emma Meyer spinster Concordia, Margarithe Louise Pauline Meyer spinster Concordia, Charlotte Bertha Meyer spinster Concordia, Auguste Charlotte Meyer spinster Concordia and Johann Gustav Meyer (He was 19 on 30/5/1867) Memorial 1/225

MEYER, Charlotte of Concordia together with Anna Henriette Hermine Meyer spinster Concordia, Johanne Emma GAGE wife of John Gage blacksmith Hope Valley, Margarithe Louise Pauline WENDT wife of Heinrich Wendt teamster Pt Augusta Extension, Charlotte Bertha Meyer spinster North Adelaide, Auguste Charlotte KLOPPER wife of Friedrich Wilhelm Klopper farmer Napperby and Johann Gustav Meyer farmer Concordia 1884 Memorial 61/356

MEYER, Ludwig Wilhelm blacksmith Unley 1853[-1861] Memorial 116/57

No 1

MEYER, Mina Mary spinster North Kensington 1902 Memorial 223/446

MEYER, Mina Mary spinster William St, Norwood, died 26/10/1908. Sister to Eliza Antonia WEST wife of W West the Elder of the Burra Mines, Louisa Clara Meyer spinster William St, Norwood and Heinrich Francis Meyer apiarist Ashbourne. Estate worth £80 1918 Memorial 128/477

No 1

MEYER, Wilhelm cabinetmaker Adelaide 1855 Memorial 105/92

MEYER, Wilhelm cabinetmaker formerly of Adelaide but now of Castlemaine Vic 1856 Memorial 36/125

MEYER, Wilhelm cabinetmaker late of Adelaide, but now of Castlemaine Vic, power of attorney to Ludwig MARAUN wheelwright Pirie St, Adelaide, to manage his SA real estate and other business 15/3/1856 Deposit 393/1857

No 2

MEYER, Wilhelm farmer Mt Gambier 1862[-1871] Memorial 69/184

No 1

MEYERHOFF, Franz Francis farmer Willunga Hundred of Kilkerran land grant 1882 Grant Book 19 Page 169 County Fergusson

MEYERHOFF, Francis farner Arthurton. Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1908 Grant Book 14 Page 280 County Daly

No 1

MEYERHOFF, Joseph farmer Aldinga Plains 1854 Memorial 288/76

MEYERHOFF, Joseph farmer Willunga. Hundred of Kuitpo land grant 1861 Grant Book 2 Page 96 County Adelaide

MEYERS, Charles saddler Arltunga 1902 Memorial 16/448

MEYERS, Charles Henry labourer Adelaide 1850 Memorial 221/21

MEYERS, Charles Hubert ostler Morgan 1885 Memorial 74/369

No 1

MEYERS, Edward schoolmaster Compton near Mt Gambier Drop Drop Mt Gambier 1867[-1870] Memorial 210/224

MEYERS, Edward formerly schoolmaster Compton near Mt Gambier but now hawker Adelaide 1892 Memorial 30/413

MEYERS, Frank Samuel & MOSS, Sydney trading as Meyers & Moss tailors and outfitters Adelaide (Hindley St) 1892 Memorial 112/415

MEYERS, JA clerk to Mesrs HARDY & COOPER solicitors Adelaide 1865 Memorial 255/201

No 1

MEYERS, Jonas Myer gentleman Adelaide 1855 Memorial 33/93

MEYERS, Jonas Myer wholesale draper Adelaide and Sarah Meyers his wife 1861 Memorial 196/177

MEYERS, Mrs furniture dealer Adelaide (Hindley St) 1892 Application 22243

MEYERS, Robert no description linked with Sarah Ann Meyers married woman Coulta 1901 Memorial 138/444

MEYERS, Valeck dentist Adelaide (Eldon Chambers, King William St, in pt TA 170) 1901 Memorial 191/443

MEYLER, John labourer Kingston Lacepede Bay Kingston (Hundred of Lacepede) township allotment land grant 1862 Grant Book 29 Page 213 County MacDonnell

No 1

MEYMOTT, Charles surgeon formerly of Adelaide but now of parts beyond the seas 1853 Memorial 325/83

MEYMOTT, Charles surgeon Sydney NSW, died c1867. He left his entire estate to his wife, Sarah Elizabeth Meymott Memorial 54/231

MEYMOTT, Sarah Elizabeth late of Newington, Surrey, England, but now of Twickenham, Middlesex, England, widow of Charles Meymott surgeon Sydney NSW, power of attorney to Arthur HARDY Esquire Adelaide, to sell her late husband’s real esate and finalise his SA business affairs 21/10/1873 Deposit 148/1873

MEYRICK, David miller McLaren Vale 1857 Memorial 244/128

No 1 - likely to be the same person

MEYRICK, May Section 278 Hundred of Pekina Co Dalhousie 1880 Memorial 240/326

MEYRICK, May spinster Magill Co Adelaide. Hundred of Pekina land grant 1882 Grant Book 13 Page 168 County Dalhousie

No 1 - likely to be the same person

MIATKE, George farmer Hundred of Gilbert 1858 Memorial 13/147

MIATKE, George farmer Riverton 1871 Memorial 127/253

MIATKE, George farmer Riverton 1872 Application 12289

MIATKE, George the Elder farmer Springton Hundred of Melville land grant 1877 Grant Book 19 Page 79 County Fergusson

MIBUS/MOEBUS, August farmer Grünberg 1856 Memorial 285/112

MIBUS, Carl Hermann Dienegott farmer Hundred of Bundey Co Burra 1886 Memorial 127/373

MIBUS, Gottfried farmer Greenock Creek 1861 Memorial 305/176

MIBUS, Gottlieb farmer Hoffnungsthal. Hundred of Barossa land grant 1857 Grant Book 1 Page 47 County Adelaide

MICHAEL, Charles of Booleroo Centre 1888 Memorial 221/392

No 1 - the Elder

MICHAEL, James yeoman Adelaide 1841 Application 22415

MICHAEL, James farmer Fifth Creek 1844[-1850] Memorial 497/3

MICHAEL, James farmer [formerly of Fifth Creek but now of] Gumeracha 1851[-1858] Memorial 52/32

MICHAEL, James farmer North Gumeracha Co Adelaide. Hundred of Kanmantoo land grant 1860 Grant Book 57 Page 146 County Sturt

MICHAEL, James farmer Kanmantoo Hundred of Kanmantoo land grant 1862 Grant Book 58 Page 61 County Sturt

MICHAEL, James farmer [formerly of Gumeracha but now of] Nairne 1875[-1876] Memorial 68/287

No 2 - the Younger

MICHAEL, James the Younger farmer Kanmantoo 1879 Memorial 221/316

MICHAEL, James farmer Kanmantoo Hundred of Booleroo land grant 1885 Grant Book 24 Page 629 County Frome

MICHAEL, James farmer Willowie trustee Wesleyan Methodist Chapel Hundred of Willowie land grant 1880 Grant Book 24 Page 741 County Frome

No 3

MICHAEL, James farmer Morphett Vale 1854[-1857] Memorial 469/73

No 1

MICHAEL, James Emslie farmer Barunga 1886 Memorial 95/379

MICHAEL, James Emslie farmer Barunga, died c1888. Linked with Archibald Robertson Michael and John Michael both farmers Barunga Memorial 95/379

MICHAEL, Johannes farmer Pomporne near Clare 1863 Application 4144

No 1

MICHAEL, John smelter Alberton 1851 Memorial 69/36

MICHAEL, John blacksmith Alberton 1854[-1860] Memorial 144/77 Husband of Elizabeth Michael 1860 Memorial 116/166

No 2

MICHAEL, John farmer North Para 1854[-1857] Memorial 85/75

No 3

MICHAEL, John farmer Gawler 1854[-1855] Memorial 373/99

MICHAEL, John JP of Gawler 1873 Memorial 30/270

No 4 – likely a continuation of No 3

MICHAEL, John farmer Barunga. Percyton (later Barunga Gap Hundred of Cameron) 1880[-1882] Grant Book 14 Page 185 County Daly

MICHAEL, John farmer near Gawler Co Gawler. Hundred of Barunga land grant 1881 Grant Book 14 Page 467 County Daly

MICHAEL, John farmer Barunga Gap. Hundred of Barunga land grant 1885 Grant Book 14 Page 476 County Daly

MICHAEL, John farmer Barunga Gap 1886 Memorial 43/376

MICHAEL, John farmer Barunga administrator of the estate of the late James Emslie Michael formerly farmer Barunga but now deceased 1888 Memorial 33/395

MICHAEL, John farmer Barunga, died 22/11/1891. Husband of Helen Michael formerly ADAMS. Mother of Mrs John MILLSTEED (her eldest daughter - by a former marriage?). Parents of WR Michael, Archibald R Michael, Florence Michael and Annie E Michael [not really clear how the children are related] Memorial 245/428

MICHAEL, John died 22/11/1891. Husband of Helen Michael widow Barunga. Likely father of William Russell Michael farmer Percyton, and Archibald Robertson Michael farmer Beulah Vic 1898 Memorial 94/434

MICHAEL, John Henry farmer Hundred of Davenport 1886 Memorial 27/377

MICHAEL, William of Booleroo 1890 Memorial 115/406

No 1

MICHAEL, William Russell farmer Barunga 1892[-1893] Memorial 130/415

MICHAEL, William Russell farmer Barunga. Hundred of Barunga land grant 1894 Grant Book 14 Page 477 County Daly

MICHALANNEY, Ronald Charles shearer Saddleworth 1954 Memorial 198/528

MICHALANNEY, Thomas farmer Little Plain near Marrabel 1866 Application 7415

No 1

MICHALK, Otto farmer Point Pass 1876 Grant Book 17 Page 167 County Eyre

MICHALK, Otto farmer near Angaston 1880[-1881] Grant Book 17 Page 168 County Eyre

MICHEL, Edward farmer Clarendon 1854 Clarendon Particular Baptist Chapel trustee Memorial 31/78

No 1 - perhaps the same person

MICHELL, AR of 3 Brown St, Mitcham 1929 Memorial 5/503

MICHELL, Alfred Robert acting manager Farmers Union Co-op Executors & Trustees Ltd, Franklin St, Adelaide 1956 Application 29148

No 1

MICHELL, Edgar company director Esplanade Henley Beach South, Michell, James Alfred company director Churcher St Thorngate 1933, declared that, with George Henry Michell the Elder, William Edward Michell and George Henry Michell the Younger wool merchants, he traded for some years before 1905 as GH Michell & Sons, in Adam St, Hindmarsh. William Edward Michell died 1905. His wife called Jessie Ada Michell who inherited an estate of betweeen £5-6,000 Application 27898

MICHELL, Edgar company director The Esplanade, Henley Beach South, aged 59 in 1932, declared that he lived in Hindmarsh between 1890-1899, in Mile End between 1899-1917, and from 1917 in Henley Beach Application 27898

No 1

MICHELL, Francis builder Adelaide Co Adelaide. Kadina (Hundred of Kadina) township allotment land grant 1862 Grant Book 14 Page 21 County Daly

MICHELL, Francis mason Wallaroo. Wallaroo (Hundred of Wallaroo) township allotment land grant 1861[-1862] Grant Book 14 Page 5 County Daly

MICHELL, Francis mason Kadina. Moonta (Hundred of Wallaroo) township land grant 1863 Grant Book 14 Page 101 County Daly

MICHELL, Francis builder Moonta. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1867 Grant Book 14 Page 58 County Daly

MICHELL, George fellmonger Undalya 1877[-1899] Memorial 138/301

No 1

MICHELL, George F solicitor Adelaide 1890[-1915] Memorial 132/401

MICHELL, George Francis solicitor Adelaide (120 Waymouth St) 1892 Memorial 199/415

MICHELL, George F notary public Adelaide 1896 Memorial 2/429

MICHELL, George Francis solicitor Cremorne St, New Parkside, died 26/8/1929. Husband of Emily Michell. Estate worth £5,267 1931 Memorial 29/504

MICHELL, George Francis lawyer Cremorne St Unley, died 26/8/1929, of coronary atheroma angina pectoris, aged 64. Born in North Adelaide. Married aged 28 - 4 sons and 2 daughters living Application 27836

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

MICHELL, George Henry fellmonger Undalya 1878 Application 16793

MICHELL, George Henry fellmonger Hindmarsh 1890 Application 21809

MICHELL, George Henry the Elder, William Edward Michell, George Henry Michell the Younger, Edgar Michell and James Alfred Michell fellmongers and woolscourers Hindmarsh 1896 Memorial 92/429

MICHELL, George Henry the Elder, MICHELL, William Edward, MICHELL, George Henry the Younger, MICHELL, Edgar, MICHELL, James and MICHELL, Alfred wool scourers Hindmarsh 1899 Application 23765

MICHELL, George Henry the Elder and Younger and William Edward woolscourers Hindmarsh 1900 Memorial 14/440

MICHELL, George Henry the Elder and William Edward MICHELL woolscourers Hindmarsh, about to depart from the province for a short period, power of attorney to George Henry MICHELL the Younger woolscourer Hindmarsh, to manage their SA business affairs 27/3/1900 Deposit 28/1900

MICHELL, George Henry wool merchant Fitzroy Tce, Thorngate linked with James Alfred wool merchant Churcher St, Thorngate and Ethel Beatrice Michell his wife 1923 Memorial 125/487

MICHELL, George Henry company director Fitzroy Tce, Thorngate and Ann Jane Michell his wife linked with James Alfred Michell company director Churcher St, Thorngate 1932 Memorial 90/506

MICHELL, George Howard company director Briar Ave, Medindie 1942 Application 28316

MICHELL, George W clerk to George F Michell solicitor Adelaide (Pirie St) 1913 Memorial 26/504

MICHELL, Henry mason formerly of Redruth, Cornwall, England, but lately of North Adelaide, died 6/12/1850 intestate and unmarried. Estate to his eldest brother, John Michell miner Redruth, Cornwall, England, power of attorney to Francis Michell mason Tynte St, North Adelaide, and Charles LANYON the Younger and George Peter HARRIS merchants Hindley St, Adelaide, to sell the whole estate by public auction or private sale 4/5/1852 Deposit 105/OA

MICHELL, James company director Churcher St, Thorngate, aged 57 in 1932, declared that he had lived in Hindmarsh between 1893-1903, Mile End between 1903-1921 and at Thorngate from 1921. In 1896, Michells purchased adjacent land from Harry BICKFORD to expand their business. The company became incorporated on 11/1/1932 Application 27898

MICHELL, JE solicitor Adelaide (Eagle Chambers, Pirie St) 1927 Memorial 27/504

MICHELL, John of Pt Town Acre 44 Rundle St Adelaide 1884 Memorial 33/360

No 1

MICHELL, Paul butcher Adelaide 1851[-1859] Memorial 9/37

MICHELL, Paul butcher Norwood 1853[-1854] Memorial 114/56

MICHELL, Paul butcher Adelaide 1860 Memorial 258/168

MICHELL, Paul butcher Adelaide 1860 Application 1301

MICHELL, Paul butcher formerly of Norwood 1853 but now of Adelaide 1867 Application 8252

MICHELL, Paul gentleman Goodwood Park 1867 Application 8852

MICHELL, Paul cattle dealer Goodwood 1875[-1879] Memorial 86/284

MICHELL, Paul of Goodwood Park, died 29/8/1897. Husband of Mary Michell Memorial 250/432

MICHELL, Paul formerly cattle dealer Goodwood late out of business Goodwood Park, died 29/8/1897. He left his £4,500 estate to his wife, Mary Michell Application 26692

MICHELL, Mary widow of Paul Michell, of Goodwood Park, died 24/3/1899. Mother of Angelina KILLICOAT wife of William Killicoat sheepfarmer Kooringa, Louisa PAYNER wife of Samuel Payner storekeeper Millicent and Elizabeth Grace BRAILEY wife of Henry James Brailey bookkeeper Goodwood Park Memorial 216/437

MICHELL, Mary widow of Paul Michell deceased, died c1899. Her children included Laura PAYNTER wife of Samuel Paynter storekeeper Millicent, Elizabeth Grace BRAILEY wife of Henry James Brailley bookmeeker Millicent, and Angelina KILLICOAT wife of William Killicoat formerly farmer Kooringa but now sheep farmer Rose Park Application 23839

MICHELL, Susan widow Adelaide 1860 Memorial 49/170

No 1

MICHELL, Thomas builder Adelaide 1876 Application 15658

MICHELL, Emily Emma wife of Thomas MICHELL builder North Adelaide, power of attorney to Charles William PRIEST land agent Adelaide, to manage her SA business affairs 5/10/1886 Deposit 159/1886

No 2

MICHELL, Thomas clerk to Geo F Michell solicitor Adelaide 1892 Application 27176

MICHELL, Thomas law clerk Adelaide [probably to GF Michell solicitor Adelaide] 1893 Memorials 158/419 & 80/433

MICHELL, William Edward wool scourer New Hindmarsh 1903 Brompton Methodist Church trustee Application 28475

No 1

MICHELMORE, Charles farmer The Meadows 1850[-1853] Memorial 132/25

MICHELMORE, Charles farmer formerly of the Meadows Special Survey but now of Curramulka linked with Charles Andrew Michelmore farmer Meadows; and also Jane Michelmore of the Meadows Special Survey who died 17/9/1883. Thomas Michelmore farmer Meadows also part of this family Memorials 238 & 239/353

No 1

MICHELMORE, Charles Andrew farmer Bull Creek 1864 Memorial 192/195

MICHELMORE, Charles Andrew and Thomas farmers both of Meadows 1891 Memorial 228/408

MICHELMORE, Charles Andrew farmer Meadows 1900 Application 24094

MICHELMORE, Hedley Looney Ching baker Meadows. Hundred of Kuitpo land grant 1926 Grant Book 2 Page 106 County Adelaide

No 1

MICHELMORE, James of Curramulka 1881 Memorial 42/332

MICHELMORE, James teamster Mt Carmel Bull Creek Hundred of Curramulka land grant 1882 Grant Book 19 Page 437 County Fergusson

No 2

MICHELMORE, James farmer Greenway near Strathalbyn 1903[-1933] Memorial 243/447, Application 27894

No 1

MICHELMORE, John shipwright Pt Adelaide and Zelia Michelmore his wife 1875 Application 14074

MICHELMORE, John shipwright Le Fevre Peninsula and Zelia Michelmore his wife formerly Zelia NICHOLSON 1876 Memorial 183/292

MICHELMORE, John shipwright Le Fevre Peninsula and Zelia Michelmore his wife formerly Zelia NICHOLSON 1877. Mrs Michelmore had inherited estate from the late Joseph HADDY bootmaker Pt Adelaide who died 30/5/1862 Memorial 245/299

MICHELMORE, John Thomas grocer Pt Adelaide 1875 Application 14349

No 1

MICHELMORE, Percival Howard shipping clerk Alberton 1914 Memorial 97/471

MICHELMORE, Percival Howard clerk Alberton 1918 Application 26649

No 1

MICHELMORE, Thomas sailmaker Pt Adelaide 1844[-1859] Memorial 428/42, Application 223

No 2

MICHELMORE, Thomas ship chandler Pt Adelaide 1854 Memorial 198/69

MICHELMORE, Thomas storekeeper Pt Adelaide 1858 Memorial 344/147

MICHELMORE, Thomas ship chandler Pt Adelaide Kingston (Hundred of Lacepede) township allotment land grant 1862 Grant Book 29 Page 214 County MacDonnell

MICHELMORE, Thomas ship chandler Pt Adelaide 1870[-1880] Memorial 203/249

MICHELMORE, Thomas ship chandler Woodville 1875 Memorial 56/280

MICHELMORE, Thomas grocer Pt Adelaide 1877 Application 16312

MICHELMORE, Thomas ship chandler Pt Adelaide 1880 Memorial 6/328

MICHELMORE, Thomas ship chandler Pt Adelaide 1867 Application 8304

MICHELMORE, Thomas storekeeper Beverley on the Port Road 1878 Application 17024

MICHELMORE, Thomas commission agent Birkenhead, died 1/11/1891, of a strangulated hernia and peritonitis Adelaide Hospital, aged 65. He had married Emily Clara WARREN daughter of Charles Warren warehouseman Adelaide Application 23605

No 3

MICHELMORE, Thomas farmer Meadows 1887 Application 21212

MICHELMORE, Thomas farmer The Meadows 1890 Memorial 98/405

MICHELMORE, Thomas farmer near Strathalbyn 1901, heir to estate left by his mother, Jane Michelmore widow, who died 17/9/1883 Application 24135.

No 4

MICHELMORE, Thomas farmer Macclesfield. Hundred of Kuitpo land grant 1908 Grant Book 2 Page 100 County Adelaide

MICHELMORE, Thomas farmer Macclesfield 1922 Application 27044

No 1

MICHELMORE, William stockholder Brownhill Creek 1846 Memorial 33/6

MICHELMORE, William farmer [formerly of Brownhill Creek but now of] The Meadows 1851 Memorial 382/33

MICHELMORE, William farmer The Meadows, died c1856. Husband of Jane Michelmore Memorial 204/380

MICHELMORE, Jane widow The Meadows 1856[-1873] Memorial 292/128, Application 2260

MICHELMORE, Jane widow sheep farmer Meadows, died 17/9/1883. Daughter - Louisa ELLIOTT Sons - Charles Andrew Michelmore and Thomas Michelmore. Brother-in-law - Charles Andrew Michelmore farmer Bull Creek Memorial 187/353

No 1

MICHIE, George mariner Pt Adelaide 1854 Memorial 95/70

No 2

MICHIE, George son of Henry Michie mariner Pt Adelaide, born 7/1/1854, died 8/10/1856. His father bought lot 362 Queenstown for £10, for his son on 17/6/1854, some months after his birth Application 12218

No 1

MICHIE, Henry gentleman Pt Adelaide 1854[-1857] Memorial 453/68

MICHIE, Henry storekeeper Portland Estate 1868[-1873] Memorial 101/229

No 2

MICHIE, Henry mariner Alberton 1860 Application 1058.

MICHIE, Henry master mariner Portland Estate 1881 Application 18519.

MICHIE, Henry formerly mariner 1854 but now gentleman Portland Estate 1872, father and heir at law of George Michie born 7/1/1854 died 8/10/1856 Pt Adelaide. His father had bought Allotment 362 in Queenstown for £10 from the proprietors for his son on 14/6/1854, soon after his birth, quaintly calling his baby son a mariner for the description. H Michie sold the land for £30 on 16/8/1872 to Ralph ROSSI storeman Pt Adelaide and his wife, Mary Rossi Application 12218.

MICHIE, Henry master mariner Portland Estate 1876[-1883] Memorial 142/287

MICHIE, Henry mariner Pt Adelaide, died 1890. He left his whole estate to his wife, Mary Michie 1904 Application 24790.

MICHIE, Mary widow Pt Adelaide 1909 Application 25651

MICHOELSEN, Otto of Adelaide 1850[-1853] Memorial 475/19

MICKAN, Bernhard Edwin and MICKAN, Heinrich Bernhard agents Tanunda 1953 Application 28943

No 1

MICKAN, Johann farmer Light Pass 1852 Memorial 290/41

MICKAN, Johann farmer formerly of Light Pass but now of Ebenezer 1864 Application 5817

MICKAN, Johann farmer Ebenezer Hundred of Belvidere 1893. His son Peter Mickan was a farmer at Stockwell Application 22563

No 1

MICKAN, Peter farmer Section 3011 Hundred of Belvidere 1854[-1855] Memorial 120/73

No 2

MICKAN, Peter farmer Stockwell Hundred of English land grant 1881 Grant Book 17 Page 169 County Eyre

No 1

MICKEL, JT farmer Australia Plains 1888 Memorial 237/389

MICKEL, Johann Traugott farmer Australia Plains Hundred of English land grant 1892 Grant Book 17 Page 173 County Eyre

MICKLEBURGH, John storekeeper Salisbury 1856 Memorial 463/95

No 1

MICKLEY, George bricklayer Adelaide 1849 Memorial 292/15

MICKLEY, George bricklayer Stepney 1851 Memorial 440/29

MICKLEY, George bricklayer Kensington & Norwood 1855[-1881] Memorial 100/81 Bricklayer Stepney 1855[-1857] Memorial 176/81

MICKLEY, George contractor Stepney 1865 Memorial 284/202

MICKLEY, George died 11/1/?. Father of Mary Ann ELLIS wife of Thomas James Ferdinand Ellis flockmaker Hindmarsh and Elizabeth Amelia SPINKS wife of Francis Spinks tobacconist Kent Town 1888 Memorial 49/392

MICKLEY, George of George St, Stepney, died c1887. Father of Mary Ann Mickley and Elizabeth Amelia Mickley 1891 Memorial 133/409

MICKLEY, George bricklayer and his wife, Amelia nee SMITH, lived in George St, Stepney. G Mickley died 11/1/1888. His two daughters, Mary Ann ELLIS and Elizabeth Amelia SPINKS, to inherit the whole of his estate in equal shares absolutely three years after his death. James Crofts HAYNES Clerk in Holy Orders Stepney was the sole executor. Elizabeth Mickley, married in the Registrar-General's office Victoria Square on 4/8/1887, to Francis Richard Watts SPINKS 36 hairdresser Kent Town (Father: William Spinks). Mary Ann Mickley married 12/4/1872 Presbyterian Church Sandhurst Vic to Thomas James Ferdinand ELLIS 21 woodturner Sandhurst (Parents; woodturner Thomas Ellis and Catherine nee HICKS). BY 1888, Thomas Ellis was a hockmaker at Hindmarsh; Francis Spinks was a tobacconist at Kent Town Application 27512

No 1

MIDDLEBROOK, Richard farmer McLaren Vale 1852 Memorial 432/42

MIDDLEBROOK, Richard farmer Willunga 1855[-1866] Memorial 12/94

MIDDLEBROOK, Richard farmer McLaren Vale Willunga Primitive Methodist Chapel trustee 1874 Application 13981

MIDDLEMIST, Charles labourer Kapunda 1865[-1871] Memorial 175/205

MIDDLETON, AE proclaimed bank manager Narracoorte 1922 Memorial 75/485

MIDDLETON, Alexander of Kooringa 1850 Memorial 280/20

MIDDLETON, Andrew John gold miner Thebarton linked with Edwin Middleton carter Thebarton 1876 Memorial 45/290

MIDDLETON, Charles labourer Kapunda 1865 Application 6383

MIDDLETON, Clement George clerk Adelaide 1883[-1888] Memorial 170/353

MIDDLETON, David Bond cabinetmaker Pt Adelaide 1853[-1861]. He died intestate c1868. Brother to Thomas Middleton no description. Mrs C Middleton mentioned but not described Memorials 376/56 & 44/344

MIDDLETON, Catherine widow Pt Adelaide 1866 Application 7193.

MIDDLETON, Mrs [probably Mrs DB nee Catherine Thomas] cabinetmaker Pt Adelaide 1874 Application 13713

MIDDLETON, Catherine Thomas widow Pt Adelaide administratrix of the estate of David Bond Middleton deceased 1885 Application 20603

MIDDLETON, David cabinetmaker St David’s Place, Swansea, Wales (Father: Thomas Middleton tailor) married Catherine THOMAS spinster Welcome St, Swansea (Father: Thomas Thomas cabinetmaker) on 8/10/1849 Swansea St Mary’s parish church. The family emigrated to SA. David Bond Middleton cabinetmaker died 31/12/1864 intestate, aged 40. Buried in the Alberton Cemetery. Estate worth £200. A family of daughters alone. Catherine Middleton received letters of administration for the estate. His daughter, Sarah Ann Middleton, born 1/4/1853, died Feb 1854, aged 10 months and 20 days, was buried Alberton Cemetery as well. Daughter born 8/7/1854 called Sarah Ann Middleton after her dead sister. Mary Catharine Middleton born 1/1/1851 m Frederick Wallage KENNEDY priner Pt Adelaide; the two Sarah Ann Middletons Sarah Ann Middleton born 1/4/1853 married Clement WELLS cabinetmaker Adelaide; Esther Louisa Middleton born 1/2/1857 married William Henry MITCHELL ironmonger’s assistant Woodville; Emily Augusta Middleton born 1/10/1858 Portland Estate married Alfred LAW overseer Meningie; the 1st Rosa Selina Middleton born 20/1/1860 died 29/12/1860, of diarrhoea, aged 11 months; the 2nd Rosa Selina Middleton born 9/1/1862 Pt Adelaide now spinster Woodville; Octavia Clara Middleton born 10/4/1865 died 22/9/1884 Woodvile, of 3 days’ uraemia poisoning and 7 years’ nitral heart disease (Her sister Sarah Ann Middleton of Hindley St, Adelaide, registered the death) Work and addresses as of 1886 Application 20823

No 1

MIDDLETON, Edwin labourer Thebarton 1866 Memorial 121/212

MIDDLETON, Edwin carter Thebarton 1892 Memorial 88/415

MIDDLETON, Edwin carter Thebarton 1877[-1905], died 23/6/1905. Executor; George Henry RIDDLE blacksmith Brighton. Family as at 1909 - Ettie CAPPER wife of Henry Capper baker's assistant Kensington, Edwin Milford Middleton labourer Thebarton, Alick Rich Middleton carter West Adelaide, Gertrude Evelyn Middleton spinster West Adelaide and Beatrice Nellie Middleton spinster West Adelaide Memorials 91 & 248/460

MIDDLETON, Edwin formerly labourer Thebarton late carter West Adelaide, died 23/6/1905. He had married his wife, Elizabeth Middleton, in 1872. Elizabeth Middleton died 24/10/1908. The Middletons had the following family - Ettie CAPPER wife of Henry Capper baker's assistant Hemmigton; Edwin Miford Middleton cement works employee Brighton; Gertrude Evelyn Middleton spinster West Adelaide; Alick Rich Middleton labourer West Adelaide; Beatrice Nellie Middleton spinster West Adelaide. Another child died in infancy - no information. Charles TURNER Head Master of the Burnside State School Burnside gave this information, as he was a good friend of both Edwin and Elizabeth Middleton before their marriage 1909 Application 25550

MIDDLETON, Edwin Milford formerly labourer Thebarton but now fruiterer Paddington Qld 1909 Memorial 29/462

MIDDLETON, Evan Augustus and Francis Gilbert of Burrowa 1877 Memorial 161/301

No 1

MIDDLETON, George labourer Glenelg 1838. Hindmarsh allotment purchase Memorial 361/30

MIDDLETON, George stonemason formerly of Ann St, Hindmarsh, but now of Boston Bay, Pt Lincoln 1839 Memorial 363/30

MIDDLETON, George bricklayer and stone mason formerly of Hindmarsh but now Pt Lincoln 1839 Application 21494

MIDDLETON, George bricklayer Adelaide 1847 Memorial 422/8

MIDDLETON, George labourer Adelaide 1854 Memorial 217/66

MIDDLETON, George mason formerly of Adelaide but then of Inglewood Vic, died c1870 (probably bankrupt and intestate). Father of John Middleton labourer Adelaide (Hindley St), his heir at law Memorial 25/251

No 2 - the same person or G Middleton the Younger?

MIDDLETON, George yeoman Bowden 1853 Memorial 35/60

MIDDLETON, George farmer Reedbeds 1854 Memorial 173/63

MIDDLETON, George farmer Tam O'Shanter Belt 1857 Memorial 219/123

MIDDLETON, George William storeman Pt Adelaide 1906 Application 25120

No 1

MIDDLETON, Henry of Echunga 1851 Memorial 41/38

MIDDLETON, Henry labourer Echunga 1852 Memorial 153/44

No 2

MIDDLETON, Henry labourer Pt Elliot 1855 Memorial 214/94

MIDDLETON, HA? clerk Adelaide 1886 Memorial 34/376

No 1 - likely to be the same person or Elder & Younger

MIDDLETON, John and Thomas farmers Para Plains 1852[-1856] Memorial 466/53

MIDDLETON, John farmer Para Plains 1853 Memorial 479/59

MIDDLETON, John farmer Para Plains 1859 Application 213

MIDDLETON, John farmer Salisbury 1875[-1890] Memorial 67/282

MIDDLETON, John gentleman Salisbury 1893. Father of Ann Ewbank Middleton spinster Salisbury Application 22586

No 2

MIDDLETON, John labourer Adelaide (Hindley St) heir at law of the late George Middleton mason formerly of Adelaide but then of Inglewood Vic now deceased 1871 Memorial 25/251

No 1

MIDDLETON, Joseph labourer Adelaide and Elizabeth Middleton his wife 1839 Memorial 277b/8

MIDDLETON, Joseph farmer Adelaide 1841 Butcher Noarlunga 1860. He could not write Application 1437

MIDDLETON, Joseph farmer Cherry Gardens 1848[-1857]. Cherry Gardens Wesleyan Methodist trustee Memorial 152/13

MIDDLETON, Joseph butcher Noarlunga died c1860. His wife, Elizabeth, died 1/11/1863. Isaac JACOBS FARER Cherry Gardens, knew the Middletons from 1837 until their respective deaths. Application 1437

MIDDLETON, Elizabeth of the province of SA, died c 1863. She left her real estate (pt Section 783 Hundred of Noarlunga at Cherry Gardens) to be sold at public auction and the proceeds divided equally amongst her 6 children - Thomas Middleton, James Middleton, Lucy BOOTHBY, Elizabeth KNIGHT, Mary Ann HUTCHINSON and Jane Middleton. Jane Middleton to get all the personal estate. Executor: Isaac JACOBS farmer Cherry Gardens Memorial 142/191

MIDDLETON, Joseph William labourer Hamley Bridge Hundred of Grace land grant 1877 Grant Book 27 Page 33 County Gawler

MIDDLETON, RJ clerk Adelaide (Executor Trustee and Agency Co Ltd 22 Grenfell St) 1920 Memorial 159/481

No 1

MIDDLETON, Roy Foster assistant manager Executor Trustee and Agency Co of SA Ltd 22 Grenfell St, Adelaide 1929, declared that the DA COSTA Estate papers had been kept in the company's office for some years Application 27771

MIDDLETON, Roy Foster company manager Manager for the Executor Trustee and Agency Co of SA Ltd 22 Grenfell St, Adelaide 1953 Application 28923

No 1

MIDDLETON, William farmer North Adelaide 1850[-1854] Memorial 494/19

No 2

MIDDLETON, William farmer Salisbury, died 27/6/1852, of dysentery, aged 56. Informant: Thomas Middleton farmer Salisbury Application 213

MIDDLETON, William Bond tailor Pt Adelaide 1855 Memorial 253/80

MIDDLETON, William C bank agent Snowtown 1887 Memorial 168/383

MIDDLETON, William JE teacher Kangarilla 1882[-1884] Memorial 245/340

MIDDLETON, William Lindsay bank manager Snowtown 1886[-1887] Memorial 94/378

No 1

MIDFORD, Robert gentleman Bayswater, Middlesex, England, purchased land in the Hundred of Goolwa 1852 Memorial 222/45

MIDFORD, Robert Esquire late of Bayswater, Middlesex, England, but now of 25 South Bank, Regents Park, Middlesex, power of attorney to John Stewart BROWNE Esquire Kapunda, to sell his land in the Hundred of Goolwa 9/3/1859 Deposit 75/1860

No 1

MIDWINTER, Stephen farmer Gawler 1849 Memorial 81/19

MIDWINTER, Stephen bought land (pt Section 8 Hundred of Mudla Wirra) along the Gawler River in partnership with Robert WOOD in 1849. During 1852, Stephen Midwinter left SA forever, still owing his partner, Robert Wood, £500, and taking the deeds to the land with him. Bridget Wood, widow of Robert Wood, gave this information in 1903 Application 24669

No 1

MIDWINTER, William farmer Kooringa Co Burra. Hundred of Ayers land grant 18748 Grant Book 56 Page 206 County Stanley

MIDWINTER, William farmer Booboorowie 1880 Memorial 210/326

MIDWINTER, William farmer Booborowie Co Stanley. Hundred of Baldina land grant 1882 Grant Book 9 Page 10 County Burra

No 1 – perhaps the same person

MIEGEL, Johann August farmer Nildottie 1912. Nildottie Hospital trustee Grant Book 3 Page 5 County Albert

MIEGEL, Johann August farmer Caloote 1888 Memorial 9/390

MIEGEL, Johann Christoph farmer Sommerfeldt. Hundred of Mobilong land grant 1887 Grant Book 58 Page 372 County Sturt

MIEGEL, Johann Friedrich farmer formerly of Harrogate but now of Palmer Hundred of Tungkillo land grant 1878 Grant Book 58 Page 304 County Sturt

MIEGLICH, Johann Gotthilf farmer Charleston and Pauline Lydia Mieglich his wife 1915 Memorial 31/472

MIEGLICH, Johann Gottlieb farmer near Lobethal 1852[-1867] Memorial 384/39

MIEGEL, Johann Wilhelm farmer Palmer Hundred of Tungkillo land grant 1884 Grant Book 58 Page 289 County Sturt

MIEGLICH, Pauline Lydia widow Charleston, died 9/10/1937 Adelaide. Carl Julius HAENDEL inherited the whole estate. Executor; Otto Julius SICKERDICK dairyman formerly of Lobethal but now of Cudlee Creek 1940 Memorial 56/514

MIEL, T railway stationmaster Laura 1917 Application 27932

MIELL, Albert farmer Crystal Brook 1894 Memorial 148/420

No 1

MIELL, George mason Clare Co Stanley. Crystal Brook (Hundred of Crystal Brook) township allotment land grant 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 432 County Victoria

MIELL, George farmer Crystal Brook Hundred of Pichi Richi land grant 1879 Grant Book 49 Page 19 County Newcastle

No 1

MIELL, Harry farmer Hundred of Upper Wakefield 1857 Memorial 252/120

MIELL, Harry labourer Clare Co Stanley. Hundred of Crystal Brook land grant 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 218 County Victoria

MIELS, Ann spinster Pt Elliot 1896 Application 23183

No 1

MIELS, Charles brickmaker Littlehampton and Eva Amelia Miels his wife 1907 Application 25359

MIELS, Charles brickmaker Littlehampton and Eva Amelia Miels his wife 1909 Memorial 248/461

MIELS, Eva Amelia widow Littlehampton, died 18/11/1931. Mother of Ivy Linda Miels. Executor; Charles Miels brickmaker Littlehampton Memorial 59/506

MIELS, Edwin of Littlehampton, father of Lyall Frederick George Miels born 21/4/1908 Memorial 132/463

MIELS, Elizabeth spinster Pt Elliot 1897 Application 23303

No 1

MIELS, Frank labourer Littlehampton 1862 Application 3108

MIELS, Frank brewer Littlehampton 1885 Application 20644

MIELS, Eliza widow Littlehampton 1905 Memorial 78/454

MIELS, Eliza widow Littlehampton 1913 Application 26251

MIELS, Eliza widow Littlehampton, died c 1914. Executor; William ATKINSON farmer Mt Barker Memorial 88/471

MIELS, Eliza widow Littlehampton, died before 1915. Mother of Elizabeth Miels and Ann Miels spinsters Littlehampton Memorial 37/472

MIELS, Ann and Elizabeth spinsters Littlehampton 1920 Memorial 198/480

MIELS, Henry labourer Littlehampton 1879[-1881] Memorial 141/316

MIELS, James farmer Littlehampton 1893 Memorial 105/416

MIELS, John engineer Littlehampton 1891 Application 22141

MIELS, Lyall Frederick George storekeeper Littlehampton 1931 Memorial 81/504, Application 27864

MIELS, Thomas labourer Littlehampton 1866 Application 8006

MIELS, Thomas George labourer Littlehampton 1907 Application 25359

MIELS, William Harold Dean dairyfarmer Littlehampton 1952 Memorial 36/528

MIERS, Alexander storekeeper Pt Elliot 1865 Application 6999

No 1

MIERS, Robert storekeeper Pt Elliot 1857[-1860] Memorial 64/123

MIERS, Robert farmer Pt Elliot 1861 Application 2374

MIERS, Robert gentleman Pt Elliot 1862 Memorial 64/188

Storekeeper formerly of Pt Elliot but now of Goolwa 1863 Memorial 66/188

MIERS, Robert storekeeper Goolwa 1863 Memorial 75/187

No 1

MIERS, Thomas Hall of Adelaide 1850 Memorial 350/23

MIERS, Thomas Hall baker Adelaide 1851 Memorial 212/36

MIERS, William river trader Morgan Co Eyre. Mobilong (later Murray Bridge Hundred of Mobilong) township allotment land grant 1885 Grant Book 58 Page 219 County Sturt

MIETHKE, Carl Gustav Adolph farmer Torrens River near Adelaide 1858[-1861] Memorials 300/147 & 93/158

MIETHLING, Christian Friedrich baker North Adelaide 1854 Memorial 130/74

MILANE, John farmer Saddleworth 1870 Memorial 181/244

MILBANK, Richard Thomas of 10a Keen Ave, Grovene paymaster British Tube Mills Kilburn 1952 Memorial 107/527

No 1

MILBOURNE, Walter mercantile clerk Hindmarsh 1884 Memorial 110/361

MILBOURNE, Walter mercantile clerk Hindmarsh 1884 He probably worked at Insurance Chambers, Adelaide (Address not given) Application 20390

MILBURN, DE domestic duties Strathalbyn 1917 Memorial 162/475

MILBURN, Joseph William builder and contractor Adelaide (North St) 1911 Memorial 153/465

No 1 - perhaps the same person

MILDE, August farmer Palmer 1880[-1891] Memorial 239/327

MILDE, August Wilhelm farmer Hundred of Finniss, died 23/4/1896. Husband of Johanne Louise Milde formerly FISCHER. Estate valued at £550 Memorial 207/429

MILDE, August Heinrich farmer Tothill Belt Co Light. Hundred of Apoinga land grant 1911 Grant Book 8 Page 66 County Burra

MILDE, Charles farmer near Clare 1885 Memorial 215/369

MILDE, Wilhelm farmer Wiltshire Special Survey 1854 Memorial 336/61

No 1

MILDRED, Henry gentleman Clairville near Adelaide 1847[-1853] Memorial 26/8

MILDRED, Henry trustee and chairman of the shareholders forming the North Rine Mining Association established Feb 1850, ‘for the purpose of working the veins seams or lodes of copper ore discovered on certain lands situate in the Co of Eyre … which have been purchased on behalf of the said Company’. Capital of the company to consist of £10,000, made up of 2,000 shares worth £5 each. The Company bought Sections 480, 536, 550, 562, 563, 570 Co Eyre on 8/8/1850 to Patrick James TOD, Henry MILDRED and Henry EVANS of Angaston, in trust for the shareholders. Shareholders representing 1,168 shares met on 27/2/1855 at solicitors SMITH & CULLEN's offices in King William St, Adelaide, to dissolve the company. Shareholder PJ Tod now living in Egypt. Present - William PAXTON 250 shares, Henry Mildred 250 shares, Henry Evans 250 shares Joseph KEYNES (proxy HW PARKER) 244 shares, Matthew SMITH 75 shares, William KEYNES (proxy HW PARKER) 99 shares. Henry Mildred chaired the meeting. Unanimous vote to dissolve the company. The company had not gone bankrupt. Application 8816

MILDRED, Henry Chairman of the East Torrens Winemaking and Distillation Company Ltd 1858 Application 175

MILDRED, Henry Esquire formerly of Fourth Creek near Adelaide 1853 now of Clairville near Glynde 1872 [possibly the same address] Application 12112

MILDRED, Henry gentleman Pt Adelaide linked with Hiram Mildred gentleman Pt Augusta 1877 Memorial 168/298

MILDRED, Henry gentleman Pt Adelaide, died 22/3/1877. Executor Hiram Mildred gentleman Pt Augusta Memorial 82/349

MILDRED, Henry gentleman Pt Adelaide, died 22/3/1877. Hiram Mildred gentleman Pt Augusta, died 21/8/1892 North Adelaide. Family member in 1892 included - Sybil Mildred widow North Adelaide, Memorial 187/429

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

MILDRED, Henry H clerk to Messrs BELT, CULLEN & WIGLEY solicitors Adelaide 1859 Memorial 216/150

MILDRED, Henry solicitor Adelaide (35 Currie St) 1866 Application 6704

MILDRED, Henry Hay solicitor Adelaide 1883 Application 19831

MILDRED, Henry H solicitor Adelaide 1908 Memorial 44/460

MILDRED, Henry Hay solicitor formerly of Adelaide but now of Willunga 1915 Memorial 51/473

No 1 - Hiram Telemachus Mildred

MILDRED, Hiram gentleman Adelaide 1851 Memorial 11/32

MILDRED, Hiram gentleman Campbelltown 1856 Memorial 238/100

MILDRED, Hiram Telemachus Esquire Pt Augusta 1861 Application 2435

MILDRED, Hiram clerk of the local court Pt Augusta 1864 Memorial 41/195

MILDRED, Hiram gentleman formerly of Pt Augusta but now of Adelaide 1877[-1878] Memorial 95/304, Application 16551

MILDRED, Hiram agent Barton Tce West, North Adelaide, died 21/8/1892, of 7 days; acute double pneumonia, pleurisy, and 4 days' exhaustion, aged 70 Application 23062

MILDREN, Elizabeth Jane widow Hindmarsh 1924 Application 27307

No 1

MILDREN, Frederick farmer Jacob Creek near Tanunda 1856 Memorial 308/97

MILDREN, Frederick farmer Watervale 1861 Memorial 30/174

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

MILDREN, Frederick storekeeper Moonta 1869 Application 10077

No 1 - Frederick Julian Mildren

MILDREN, Frederick Julian farmer near Auburn 1875 Memorial 30/284

MILDREN, Frederick farmer near Auburn 1878 Memorial 140/306

MILDREN, Frederick farmer near Auburn 1878 Application 16669

MILDREN, Frederick Julian farmer Auburn Hundred of Barunga land grant 1878 Grant Book 14 Page 460 County Daly

MILDREN, Frederick Julian agent Manoora 1904 Memorial 63/450

MILDREN, Frederick Julian agent Mundoora. Hundred of Mundoora land grant 1910 Grant Book 14 Page 274 County Daly

No 1

MILDREN, Henry farmer Jacob Creek 1853 Memorial 50/48

MILDREN, Henry farmer Evanston 1853 Memorial 486/56

MILDREN, Henry farmer formerly of Moorooroo but now of Evanston near Gawler 1856 Memorial 125/108

MILDREN, Henry farmer [formerly of Evanston but now of] Hyles [Hoyles?] Plains 1858 Memorial 245/146

No 1 – perhaps the same person

MILDREN, Herbert railaway porter Petersburg. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1898 Grant Book 13 Page 205 County Dalhousie

MILDREN, Herbert carrier Peterborough. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1945 Grant Book 13 Page 242 County Dalhousie

No 1 – the Elder

MILDREN, Jacob gentleman Gawler 1853 Memorial 361/54

MILDREN, Jacob blacksmith Gawler 1857[-1858] Memorial 291/116

MILDREN, Jacob farmer Dirty Light 1865 Application 5912

MILDREN, Jacob [formerly blacksmith Gawler but now] farmer Marrabel 1866 Memorial 255/209

MILDREN, Jacob Lory farmer Marrabel on the Dirty Light Hundred of Redhill land grant 1874[-1878] Grant Book 14 Page 358 County Daly

MILDREN, Jacob Lory farmer Marrabel 1876 Application 15161

MILDREN, Jacob (sometimes called Jacob Lory Mildren) farmer near Hamilton on the Light 1876 Memorial 223/290

MILDREN, Jacob Lory farmer Keilli trustee Cemetery perhaps Keilli 1878 Grant Book 14 Page 368 County Daly

MILDREN, Jacob Lory farmer Marrabel on the Dirty Light Co Light. Hundred of Barunga land grant 1881 Grant Book 14 Page 467 County Daly

MILDREN, Jacob Lory farmer Barunga 1892 Memorial 95/414

MILDREN, Jacob Lory farmer Pt Broughton trustee a Chapel prob at Pt Broughton 1892 Grant Book 14 Page 215 County Daly

MILDREN, Jacob Lory out of business Pt Broughton, had died by 1914. Members of his family included; Katherine Dorothea Mildren no description, Susannah Mildren no description and William Henry Mildren labourer Pt Broughton Memorial 199/471

No 2 – the Younger

MILDREN, Jacob Lory the Younger farmer Marrabel on the Dirty Light Hundred of Booleroo land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 622 County Frome

No 1

MILDREN, Jacob Henry labourer Booleroo Hundred of Booleroo land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 621 County Frome

MILDREN, Jacob Henry farmer Booleroo Co Frome. Hundred of Coomooroo land grant 1884 Grant Book 13 Page 264 County Dalhousie

MILDREN, Thomas and Humphrey blacksmiths Marrabel 1865 Application 5912

No 1

MILDREN, William Henry farmer Hoiles Plains 1869 Memorial 34/239

MILDREN, William Henry farmer Hoyleton 1873 Memorial 24/272

MILDREN, William Henry farmer Hoyleton Hundred of Booleroo land grant 1882[-1883] Grant Book 24 Page 626 County Frome

MILDWATER, Edward farmer Coromandel Valley Co Adelaide. Hundred of Pirie land grant 1883 Grant Book 60 Page 297 County Victoria

MILDWATERS, Edward farmer Cherry Gardens 1888 Application 21364

MILDWATERS, Edward farmer Hundred of Pirie. Trustee Wesleyan Methodist Church Hundred of Pt Pirie Hundred of Pirie land grant 1881 Grant Book 60 Page 296 County Victoria

MILDWATERS, Edward of Cherry Gardens and Franklin Harbour 1889 Memorials 227 & 228/399

No 1

MILDWATERS, George farmer Scotts Bottom 1855 Memorial 119/80

MILDWATERS, George farmer Scott Bottom Hundred of Noarlunga 1869[-1875] Memorial 68/237

No 1- likely to be the same person

MILDWATERS, James farmer Clarendon 1883 Memorial 6/348

MILDWATERS, James farmer Cherry Gardens 1885[-1890] Memorial 236/371

MILDWATERS, James dairy farmer Scotts Bottom 1901 Memorial 178/443

No 1- likely to be the same person

MILDWATERS, John farmer Cherry Gardens Co Adelaide. Hundred of Wandearah land grant 1882 Grant Book 60 Page 326 County Victoria

MILDWATERS, John of Franklin Harbour 1888 Memorial 227/399

MILDWATERS, John of Wilkaloe near Franklin Harbour 1890 Memorial 27/401

MILDWATERS, John farmer Franklin Harbour Hundred of Playford land grant 1894 Grant Book 39 Page 134 County Jervois

MILDWATERS, Mary Ann Louisa spinster Franklin Harbour Hundred of Playford land grant 1890 Grant Book 39 Page 134 County Jervois

MILDWATERS, John Walter Yarbery farmer Miltalie trustee School Hundred of Miltalie Hundred of Miltalie land grant 1884 Grant Book 39 Page 134 County Jervois

MILES, Arthur farmer Bordertown. Hundred of Tatiara land grant 1910 Grant Book 7 Page 21 County Buckingham

No 1

MILES, Charles mariner Thebarton 1856[-1868] Memorial 78/109

No 2

MILES, Charles labourer Gawler 1868 Application 9021

No 1

MILES, Charles George of Kapunda 1856 Memorial 212/105

MILES, Charles George formerly of Kapunda 1856 but now of Hoyleton 1876 Application 15588

MILES, David butcher Prospect Village 1902 Application 24342

No 1- probably the same person

MILES, Frederick John coach painter Adelaide 1854[-1877] Memorial 82/74

MILES, Frederick John coach painter Kent Town 1864 Memorial 109/209

MILES, Frederick John coachpainter Adelaide Minlaton township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 19 Page 195 County Fergusson

No 1 - likely to be the same person

MILES, George labourer Adelaide 1839 Application 26600

MILES, George labourer Adelaide 1845 Memorial 332/4

MILES, George labourer Little Para Special Survey 1846 Memorial 369/6

MILES, George farmer Little Para 1852[-1853] Memorial 249/61

MILES, George farmer Salisbury 1854 Memorial 295/67

MILES, George gentleman Salisbury, died 23/8/1860, of dropsy, aged 60 Application 23821

MILES, George farmer Gawler Plains, died c1860. He left his entire estate in trust to his wife, Elizabeth Miles, for life or until her remarriage, and then to his nephews, Silas and Charles Miles (sons of his brother John Miles) absolutely in remainder expectant. Trustees: Thomas SCOTT licensed victualler Salisbury and John CHAPPLE auctioneer Para Plains Memorial 271/167

MILES, Elizabeth widow of George Miles farmer Salisbury, died 20/6/1871, of natural decay and chronic diarrhoea, aged 74 Application 11957

No 2

MILES, George farmer South Para 1847[-1872] Memorial 175/24

MILES, George yeoman One Tree Hill 1853 Memorial 339/55

MILES, George gentleman Uley Bury, died 6/9/1872, of old age debility, aged 88 Application 21390

No 3

MILES, George farmer Peachey Belt 1855 Memorial 454/87

MILES, George farmer near Virginia 1861 Application 2251

MILES, George farmer Virginia 1876 Memorial 102/292

No 4

MILES, George farmer Mt Gambier 1877 Memorial 201/299

No 1

MILES, Henry farmer Gawler River 1854 Memorial 377/65

MILES, Henry farmer North Rhine 1855[-1871] Memorial 341/90

MILES, Henry farmer North Rhine 1866 Application 7482

MILES, James mason Unley 1858 Memorial 61/140

MILES, James Edward mason Spenderville 1857[-1858] Memorial 140/119

No 1 - likely to be the same person

MILES, John Edward grocer Adelaide (Hindley St) 1848[-1850] Memorial 70/18

MILES, John Edward formerly grocer and dealer Adelaide (Hindley St) 1850 Memorial 283/24

MILES, John Edward yeoman Spring Gully near Bull Creek 1850 Memorial 310/20

MILES, JF of Waymouth St, Adelaide 1882 Application 19380

No 1

MILES, Joseph farmer Two Wells Hundred of Grace land grant 1876 Grant Book 27 Page 64 County Gawler

MILES, Joseph farmer Grace Plains 1876 Memorial 115/288

MILES, Joseph farmer Mallala 1877 Memorial 51/298

MILES, Richard mason Penola 1866[-1869] Memorial 103/215

MILES, Rowland Augustus grazier Lucindale trustee Showground Lucindale Hundred of Joyce land grant 1900 Grant Book 51 Page 11 County Robe

MILES, Samuel Thomas schoolmaster Magill 1846 Memorial 12/81

MILES, Thomas sawyer Pt Adelaide 1883 Application 19954

MILES, Tom labourer Virginia Hundred of Inkerman land grant 1884 Grant Book 27 Page 145 County Gawler

No 1

MILES, William formerly labourer Poltalloch Station Co Russell 1860 but now farmer Lucindale Co Robe 1888 Application 21466

MILES, William farmer Poltalloch Hundred of Malcolm land grant 1874 Grant Book 54 Page 91 County Russell

No 2

MILES, William stockrider Curramulka Hundred of Curramulka land grant 1882 Grant Book 19 Page 437 County Fergusson

MILES, William labourer Curramulka Curramulka township allotment land grant 1885 Grant Book 19 Page 370 County Fergusson

MILES, William Pike painter Adelaide 1850 Memorial 467/26

No 1

MILEY, Richard and Robert Parsons gentlemen Mt Barker 1850 Memorial 252/21

MILEY, Richard and Robert Parsons storekeepers Echunga 1851 Memorial 45/34

MILEY, Richard storekeeper Echunga 1856 Echunga Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee Memorial 333/101

MILEY, Richard storekeeper Echunga 1856 Macclesfield Wesleyan Chapel trustee Memorial 299/101

MILEY, Richard gentleman formerly of Mt Barker but now of Echunga 1858 Memorial 258/140

MILEY, Richard storekeeper Echunga 1859 Application 835

MILEY, Richard storekeeper Echunga linked with Robert Parsons Miley formerly of Echunga but now absent from SA 1864 Memorial 3/200

MILEY, Richard storekeeper formerly of Echunga but now of Adelaide 1869 Memorial 11/240

MILEY, Richard accountant North Adelaide Jan 1872 Memorial 114/259 Draper Echunga April 1872 Memorial 117/259

MILEY, Richard formerly storekeeper Echunga but now agent Adelaide 1874 Memorial 95/276

No 1

MILEY, Robert Parsons and Richard storekeepers Echunga 1851 Memorial 45/34

MILEY, Robert Parsons storekeeper Echunga 1852[-1854] Memorial 417/66

MILEY, Robert Parsons storekeeper Echunga, about to leave the province, power of attorney to Richard MILEY storekeeper Echunga, to sell his real estate and finalise his business affairs 19/5/1852 Deposit 381/1854

MILEY, Robert Parsons gentleman formerly of Mt Barker but now residing out of the province 1858 Memorial 258/140

MILEY, Robert Parsons gentleman formerly of Echunga but now in parts beyond the seas 1872 Memorial 113/259

No 1

MILFORD, John carpenter Cox Creek 1855 Memorial 279/85

MILFORD, John carpenter Stirling near the Crafers Inn 1856 Stirling Bible Christian Chapel trustee Memorial 305/112

MILFORD, John carpenter and storekeeper Stirling East husband of Maria Milford and father of William Henry Milford miller Cox Creek 1868 Memorial 35/247

MILFORD, John carpenter and storekeeper Stirling East, died. His widow, Maria Milford, had a life interest in his real estate. Upon her death or remmarriage, the children to share equally in the sale of the land. Children alive in 1885 included William Henry Milford, Emma Ellen KNIGHT wife of Frederick Peter Knight miller Wilmington, Adelaide Trafalgar BEAMES wife of Walter William Beames labourer Strathalbyn, and Annie Maria Milford spinster Stirling East. A fifth child - Susan Elizabeth Endacott Milford - had died before her father a minor and unmarried Application 20593

MILFORD, William Henry storekeeper Stirling East 1906 Memorial 17/456

No 1

MILGATE, James farmer Moorooroo Creek Barossa Ranges 1854 Memorial 69/75

MILGATE, James farmer Moorooroo Co Light. Hundred of Barossa land grant 1858 Grant Book 1 Page 50 County Adelaide

MILGATE, James farmer Rowlands Flat 1859 Memorial 214/153

MILGATE, James farmer Jacob Creek 1870. Surname erroneously recorded as Mulgat on Land Grant for Sect 636 Hundred of Moorooroo Application 11035

MILGATE, James farmer formerly of Moorooroo Creek 1854 but now of near Horsham Vic 1878 Application 16984

MILGATE, James farmer Minyip Vic links with James Potter Milgate of Langholme near Lyndoch Valley 1891 Memorial 161/411

No 1

MILHINCH, James storekeeper Maitland 1886[-1889] Memorial 192/377

MILHINCH, James and William storekeepers Maitland trading under the style or firm of James and William Milhinch 1899 Memorial 203/438

No 1

MILHINCH, John miner Adelaide 1858 Memorial 59/289

MILHINCH, John the Elder [formerly miner Adelaide but then] farmer Yankalilla, died 20/4/1875 North Adelaide. He left £15 to his eldest son, John Milhinch the Younger; the rest of the estate to be divided equally between the other two sons, James and William Milhinch farmers Yankalilla 1876 Memorial 115/289

MILHINCH, John the Elder farmer Yankalilla, died 20/4/1875 North Adelaide. He left his entire estate to two sons, James and William Milhinch farmers Yankalilla absolutely, provided they paid their eldest brother, John Milhinch the Younger £15 no description. James Milhinch storekeeper Maitland, died 11/12/1913 Maitland public hospital, of cerebral thrombosis, aged 68. Born in Kilmarnock, Co Ayr, Scotland. In SA 59 years. A bachelor. William Milhinch was also a storekeeper at Maitland 1915 Application 26435

No 1

MILICH, Ernst Wilhelm farmer Bethanien near Tanunda 1854 Memorial 61/63

MILICH, Ernst Wilhelm farmer Bethanien near Tanunda, died 22/12/1906 of 2 days' apoplexy, aged 77. Father in law of Johann C GRAETZ Memorial 184/466

MILICH, Johannes Traugott Ephraim farmer Sedan 1899 Memorial 241/438

MILL, Edward farmer Moonta 1907 Memorial 6/457

MILL, Henry linked with Sections 167, 171 Hundred of King Co Burra 1901 Memorial 49/443

No 1

MILL, John farmer Wakefield River 1859 Memorial 47/155

No 2

MILL, John gentleman Pt Adelaide linked with Thomas Mill gentleman Hackney 1875 Memorial 62/285

No 1

MILLANE, John farmer Saddleworth 1867 Application 8280

MILLANE, John farmer Saddleworth Hundred of Kilkerran land grant 1878[-1879] Grant Book 19 Page 165 County Fergusson

No 1

MILLAR, Annie Balleny of Caulfield near Melbourne Vic 1895 Memorial 144/423

MILLAR, Annie Balleny spinster schooltecher Caulfield Vic 1895[-1910] owned land near Burra Memorial 240/462 & RPA Search 647

No 1

MILLAR, Charles labourer Adelaide 1841 Application 22320

MILLAR, Charles labourer Adelaide 1843 Memorial 196/3

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

MILLAR, Charles yeoman Little Para settled Section 5578 Para Special Survey upon Sarah Ann MILLAR spinster for life, free from any future husband’s control 1848. Witness Reuben Millar no description Memorial 116/11

MILLAR, Charles yeoman Little Para 1841[-1856] Memorial 492/27

MILLAR, Charles & John yeomen Houghton 1851[-1856] Memorial 231/31 Farmers Houghton District of Little Para 1856 Memorial 319/102

MILLAR, Charles yeoman Para Wirra 1857[-1863] Memorial 148/122

MILLAR, Charles farmer Little Para 1854 Memorial 35/121

MILLAR, Charles yeoman Houghton had a daughter called Sarah Anne Miller. She married Edwin ALFORD farmer Little Para and died intestate before April 1865, without issue, leaving her father as heir at law. William STONEHAM publican Modbury had known the family for 26 years 22/12/1865 Application 6631

MILLAR, Charles farmer The Hermitage near Houghton 1875 Memorial 79/291

MILLAR, Charles farmer Lea Green Farm Hundred of Para Wirra, died 1875. He left bequests of estate to his wife, Elizabeth Millar, his son George Millar farmer Upper Dry Creek, his son Reuben Miller Section 5432 Hundred of Yatala and Stephen Millar of Section 5565 Hundred of Yatala. A daughter had married James BUTLER publican Modbury Hotel Memorial 13/283

MILLAR, Charles farmer Lea Green Farm Little Para River near Houghton died 1875. The estate to be divided up for the benefit of the testator's widow, Elizabeth Millar and their children - Stephen Millar farmer McArthur St, Sale Vic, George Millar farmer Upper Dry Creek, Reuben Millar farmer Lea Green Farm near Houghton, Barbara BUTLER wife of James Butler hotelkeeper Modbury, Harriet SHILLABEER wife of Andrew Shillabeer farmer Modbury, Rebecca WICKS wife of James Wicks hotelkeeper Tea Tree Gully Memorial 159/292

MILLAR, Elizabeth Jane widow Lea Green The Hermitage, died 5/1/1915. Estate worth £2,100. Mother of Charles Reuben Millar Arthur John Millar, Henry Herbert Howard Millar farmer The Hermitage, Emily Mary KEMPSON wife of Hubert Henry Kempson labourer Tea Tree Gully, Elizabeth Ellen LUCAS wife of August Hermann Lucas carter Walkerville, Florence Alice WATTS wife of William Thomas Watts labourer near Houghton Memorial 4/473

Further children mentioned - James Millar farmer The Hermitage Houghton, Adelaide Isabella KEMP wife of Henry Kemp carter Prospect, Harriet Wilford KEMP wife of George Kemp farmer Modbury, and Amelia Elizabeth WARNER wife of Frank Warner farmer The Hermitage 1915 Memorial 15/473

MILLAR, Charles Reuben gardener The Hermitage near Houghton 1916, declared that he was a son of Reuben Milar deceased, who died 26/1/1899, a son in turn of Charles Millar. CR Millar's wife called Elizabeth Miller, who died 11/7/1890. A son called George Millar Application 26497

MILLAR, Eric Raymond builder 21 William St, Tea Tree Gully and Heather Millar his wife 1971 Application 29785

No 1

MILLAR, George estate and commission agent Melbourne Vic. He sold land on Le Fevre Penisula 1860[-1862] Memorial 110/166

No 2 - perhaps the same person

MILLAR, George farmer Dry Creek 1866 Memorial 202/208

MILLAR, George farmer Houghton 1876 Memorial 209/292

MILLAR, George farmer The Hermitage 1876 Application 15354

MILLAR, George farmer The Hermitage, died 2/5/1895. He left his entire estate, worth £600, to his wife, Elizabeth Jane Millar. She died 18/5/1915 Nailsworth. Estate worth £947. The residual estate to her son, James Millar farmer The Hermitage. Bequests to other members of the family - Charles Reuben Millar, Harry Clarence Millar; Adelaide Isabella KEMP wife of Henry Kemp carter Prospect; Harriet Welford KEMP wife of George Kemp no description; Amelia Elizabeth WARNER wife of Frank Warner no description Application 26497

No 3

MILLAR, George gardener Littlehampton 1912 Memorial 98/466

MILLAR, George gardener Littlehampton linked with Harriet Agnes Millar schoolteacher Littlehampton 1934 Memorial 97/507

No 1

MILLAR, James machinist Horsham Vic had links with Littlehampton 1887[-1888] Memorial 197/387

MILLAR, James gentleman Horsham Vic, died 29/9/1910. Executors; Francis James Millar accountant Horsham and William Frederick Millar farmer Horsham Memorial 67/465

No 1 - probably the same person

MILLAR, John yeoman Little Para 1841 Memorial 204/36

MILLAR, John yeoman Houghton 1851 Memorial 231/31

MILLAR, John gardener Houghton 1854 Memorial 63/72

MILLAR, John farmer Highercombe 1855 Memorial 202/87

No 2
MILLAR, John gardener Littlehampton 1860 Memorial 304/169

MILLAR, John gardener Littlehampton 1861 Memorial 268/176

MILLAR, John gardener Littlehampton 1883 Memorial 24/354

No 3 - perhaps a continuation of No 2

MILLAR, John baker Littlehampton and Mary Donovan Millar his wife. Children - Ann MANTON wife of George Manton the Younger baker Nairne, James Millar, John Millar, Elizabeth Millar, George Millar and Joseph Millar 1876 Memorial 224/295

No 4
MILLAR, John overseer Glen Osmond 1876 Memorial 72/294

No 5
MILLAR, John schoolmaster Le Fevre Peninsula 1885 Application 20476

No 1

MILLAR, Reuben farmer Lea Green Farm near Houghton 1876 Memorial 195/292

MILLAR, Reuben farmer Lea Green Farm near Highercombe 1886[-1890] Memorial 185/378

MILLAR, Reuben farmer Lea Green The Hermitage near Houghton, died 26/1/1899. He left his entire estate, worth £1,300, to his widow, Elizabeth Millar of Lea Green The Hermitage near Houghton. She died 5/1/1915. Her children included: Arthur John Millar, Charles Reuben Miller, Emily Mary KEMPSON wife of Hubert Henry Kempson labourer Tea Tree Gully, Henry Herbert Howard Millar farmer The Hermitage; Elizabeth Ellen LUCAS wife of August Hermann Lucas carter Walkerville; Florence Alice WATTS wife of William Thoma Watts labourer near Houghton. Estate worth £2,100 Application 26748

MILLAR, Sarah Ann spinster Section 5578 Sources of the Para Special Survey 1846 Memorial 17/7

No 1

MILLAR, Stephen farmer formerly of the Little Para 1865 but now of Houghton 1865 Application 6631

MILLAR, Stephen farmer Houghton 1865. He could not write Application 5899

MILLAR, Stephen farmer Houghton 1865 Memorial 220/200

MILLAR, Stephen yeoman [formerly of Houghton but now of] McArthur St, Sale Vic 1876 Memorial 195/292

MILLAR, Stephen farmer Sale Vic, formerly of Houghton, power of

attorney to William HAINES District Clerk Tea Tree Gully, to manage

his SA business affairs 18/4/1876 Deposit 97/1876

MILLAR, Stephen labourer Sale Vic, died 1/6/1887. His widow, Mary Abrey Millar, had to settle his business in regard to real estate in SA 1890 Memorial 238/405

MILLAR, Stephen labourer Sale Vic, died 1/6/1887 intestate Letters of administration to his widow, Mary Abrey Miller of Sale 1919. His estate worth £300 Application 26748

MILLAR, Thomas sawyer Adelaide 1855 Memorial 423/79

No 1

MILLARD, Charles farmer Willowie 1897 Memorial 212/430

No 2

MILLARD, Charles out of business Inman Valley 1950. He was father-in-law to John Priestman SCOTT farmer Inman Valley Application 28741

MILLARD, George farmer Inman Valley 1903 Memorial 61/450

No 1

MILLARD, Henry Coombs of Kulpara 1888 Memorial 246/391

MILLARD, Henry Coombs farmer Kulpara. Hundred of Kulpara land grant 1920 Grant Book 14 Page 341 County Daly

No 1

MILLARD, James farmer Hundred of Saddleworth 1858 Memorial 259/136

No 2

MILLARD, James farmer Hundred of Erskine 1892[-1897] Memorial 7/415

MILLARD, Jesse farmer Bagot Gap Co Light. Hundred of Yangya land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 88 County Victoria

No 1

MILLARD, John farmer Salisbury 1853 Memorial 202/57

MILLARD, John farmer Para Plains 1854[-1855] Memorial 3771/66

No 2

MILLARD, John schoolmaster Le Fevre Peninsula near Pt Adelaide 1864 Memorial 275/196

No 3

MILLARD, John farmer near Auburn 1866 Application 7581

No 4

MILLARD, John farmer The Hummocks. Hundred of Barunga land grant 1883 Grant Book 14 Page 473 County Daly

MILLARD, John farmer Kulpara. Hundred of Kulpara land grant 1892[-1904] Grant Book 14 Page 330 County Daly

No 5

MILLARD, John of Inman Valley 1890 Memorial 116/402

MILLARD, John farmer Inman Valley 1892[-1906] Memorial 81/413

MILLARD, John farmer Inman Valley and Harriet Millard his wife 1913 Memorial 127/468

No 6

MILLARD, John labourer Inman Valley 1902 Memorial 75/447

MILLARD, John Gain Minister of the Gospel Adelaide 1870 Memorial 96/244

No 1

MILLARD, Joseph shepherd Crystal Brook Co Victoria. Hundred of Mannanarie land grant 1878 Grant Book 13 Page 76 County Dalhousie

No 2

MILLARD, Joseph farmer Inman Valley 1890 Memorial 208/403

No 3

MILLARD, Joseph saddler Auburn 1924 Memorial 70/494

MILLARD, Joseph formerly saddler Auburn but then out of business Mile End 1925, declared that he was a son of John Millard farmer formerly of Auburn late of Long Gully deceased. Another son was Alfred James Millard, who moved to Quorn from Auburn in 189; by 1925 he lived in Camden as a saddler Application 27427

MILLARD, Leslie George clerk Pt Lincoln 1953 Application 28984

MILLARD, JP farmer Kulpara 1918 Memorial 71/477

MILLARD, Melville Henry soldier Strathalbyn 1946 Memorial 61/520

MILLARD, Stanley John farmer Marmon Jabuk Co Buccleuch. Hundred of Cotton land grant 1938 Grant Book 12 Page 129 County Chandos

No 1 - perhaps the same person

MILLARD, Thomas farmer Hundred of Napperby 1887[-1894] Memorials 35/385 & 126/423

MILLARD, Thomas farmer Pt Pirie. Hundred of Napperby land grant 1901 Grant Book 60 Page 395 County Victoria

No 2

MILLARD, Thomas farmer Georgetown 1900 Memorial 59/441

MILLARD, W of Victor Harbor 1907 Memorial 57/458

MILLER, A of Wakefield St, Adelaide 1873 Memorial 87/270

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

MILLER, Abraham of Watervale 1851 Memorial 469/32

Farmer Watervale 1853 Memorial 67/48

MILLER, Abraham teamster Section 221 Upper Wakefield 1855 Memorial 145/81

MILLER, Abraham farmer Auburn 1859[-1864] Memorial 136/155

MILLER, Abraham farmer near Auburn, died 13/4/1877 Memorial 241/328

MILLER, Abraham farmer Upper Wakefield 1860[-1866] Memorial 183/167

MILLER, Abraham the Younger farmer Upper Wakefield 1873 Memorial 159/265

MILLER, Abraham farmer near Auburn 1875 Application 14319

MILLER, Albert George farmer Yongala. Hundred of Morgan land grant 1922 Grant Book 13 Page 423 County Dalhousie

No 1

MILLER, Alexander Esquire Pt Philip in the Colony of NSW 1850 Memorial 473/25

MILLER, Alexander Esquire colony of Victoria 1857 Memorial 299/126

MILLER, Alexander John farmer Warrow Co Flinders. Hundred of Mundoora land grant 1921 Grant Book 14 Page 289 County Daly

MILLER, Alfred farmer Bookabie Bookabie (Hundred of Magarey) township allotment land grant 1892 Grant Book 41 Page 1 County Kintore

MILLER, Alfred Charles farmer Maitland Co Fergusson. Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1911 Grant Book 14 Page 284 County Daly

MILLER, Alfred Henry the Younger farmer Pinnaroo. Hundred of Pinnaroo land grant 1909 Grant Book 12 Page 45 County Chandos

MILLER, Amos farmer Maitland Hundred of Wauraltee land grant 1886 Grant Book 19 Page 225 County Fergusson

MILLER, AM spinster Anlaby near Kapunda linked with Peter Mayoh Miller no description 1883 Memorial 167/347

No 1

MILLER, Andrew London manager of the SA Company 4 New Broad St, London, England. The Company's solicitor was Richard Boswell BEDDOME of Bartlett & Beddome solicitors 27 Nicholas Lane, London 1853 Memorials 343 & 344/70

No 2

MILLER, Andrew surgeon Adelaide 1875 Memorial 188/283

MILLER, Andrew doctor of medicine Adelaide, about to leave the province, power of attorney to John BULLOCK agent Franklin St, Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 12/8/1875 Deposit 191/1875

MILLER, Arthur labourer Pt Adelaide 1866 Application 7255

MILLER, Arthur Selby Charles labourer Peterborough. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1920 Grant Book 13 Page 214 County Dalhousie

No 1

MILLER, Bartlett carpenter Glenelg Hundred of Dublin land grant 1881 Grant Book 26 Page 348 County Gawler

MILLER, Bartlett lime merchant Adelaide (Waymouth St) 1903 Memorial 6/450, Application 24699

MILLER, Bartlett formerly lime merchant but then out of business 162 Payneham Road, St Peters, died 28/8/1939. Husband of Elsie Hannah Miller, who died 11/5/1943 37 Robert St, North Unley. Brother-in-law of Laura Grace CLIFF of Korunye. Friend of John COX of Brighton and Alfred PLANT of Royston Park Memorials 9 & 10/518

MILLER, Bartlett company director St Peters 1929. He died 28/8/1938. Husband of Elsie Hannah Miller, who died 11/5/1943 RPA Search 324

No 1 - perhaps the same person

MILLER, Charles farmer Little Para 1858 Memorial 261/136

MILLER, Charles farmer Lower Light Special Survey 1861 Memorial 80/176

MILLER, Charles farmer Hundred of Waterloo Hundred of Waterloo land grant 1863 Grant Book 44 Page 379 County Light

No 2

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

No 3

MILLER, Charles farmer near Yongala Co Dalhousie. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1879 Grant Book 60 Page 130 County Victoria

No 4

MILLER, Charles of Bramfield Hundred of Ward land grant 1882 Grant Book 48 Page 13 County Musgrave

No 5

MILLER, David farmer Gordon trustee Bible Christian Chapel Gordon Gordon (Hundred of Kanyaka) township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 49 Page 107 County Newcastle

MILLER, CJ labourer Queenstown 1881 Application 18883

No 1

MILLER, David carpenter Glenelg 1861 Memorial 339/178

MILLER, David carpenter Glenelg 1865 Application 6981

MILLER, David builder Glenelg 1867 Application 8638

MILLER, David builder Glenelg 1872[-1880] Memorial 196/258

MILLER, David farmer Glenelg Hundred of Dublin land grant 1877[-1880] Grant Book 26 Page 340 County Gawler

MILLER, David, Bartlett Miller and Frederick William Miller timber merchants Glenelg 1892 Memorial 114/414

No 2 – perhaps a continuation of No 1

MILLER, David contractor Adelaide Cowell (Hundred of Playford) township allotment land grant 1881 Grant Book 39 Page 80 County Jervois

MILLER, Edmund King assistant curate of Christ Church North Adelaide 1856 Memorial 59/101

No 1

MILLER, Edward of 92 King William St, Adelaide 1864[-1875] Memorial 238/198

MILLER, Edward clerk to Messrs KNOX & THRUPP solicitors Adelaide 1874 Memorial 1/275

MILLER, E of Windsor Chambers, Victoria Square, Adelaide 1877[-1880] Memorial 68/303

No 1

MILLER, Edward farmer Kooringa 1880[-1900] Memorial 24/327

MILLER, Edward Garton clerk to James Hurtle FISHER solicitor Adelaide 1855 Memorial 342/159

MILLER, Edward George of 40 Orchard Ave, Everard Pk, aged 50 in 1956. He had links with Kapunda Application 29167

No 1

MILLER, Francis chemist Strathalbyn 1872[-1896] Memorial 215/275

MILLER, Francis formerly chemist Strathalbyn but now gentleman Parkside 1899 Memorial 105/437

MILLER, Francis chemist formerly of Strathalbyn, but then of Young St, Parkside, died c1900. Brother to Matilda Miller spinster Young St, Parkside Memorial 3/442

MILLER, Frederick sheep farmer Kalka 1859 Memorial 343/159

MILLER, Frederick Horn commission agent Pt Broughton. Hundred of Mundoora land grant 1921 Grant Book 14 Page 289 County Daly

MILLER, Frederick James farmer Tea Tree Gully 1893 Memorial 102/418, Application 22531

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

MILLER, George the Elder Esquire 38 Old Broad St, London, Middlesex, England 1842 Memorial 225/2

MILLER, George Esquire formerly of Grenfell St, Adelaide but now of London, Middlesex, England 1847[-1851] Memorial 236/9

MILLER, George the Elder gentleman Kentish Town, Middlesex, England 1856[-1860] Memorial 128/170

MILLER, George the Elder now residing in England. He owned land in the Hundred of Nuriootpa 1865 Memorial 196/207

MILLER, George the Elder gentleman 146 Kentish Town Road, Middlesex, England, died 24/7/1865. Personal estate to his wife, Caroline Louisa Miller absolutely. Real estate at Tanunda and the Wiltshire Survey in trust, for the trustees to sell. Half the money raised to go to fill certain bequests in the will. The other half to go to G Miller’s son, George John MILLER the Younger, now residing in SA. Real estate and investments in England to go into trust for the widow to draw an income for life; afterwards, the money to be shared out equally amongst George Miller’s other children. George Miller the Elder had lived in SA, but had gone back to live in England. He appointed Joseph GILBERT Esquire Pewsey Vale his SA attorney to manage his business affairs 16/7/1851. He had land in TA 104 and 207 in Adelaide. He appointed his son, GJ MILLER, attorney 21/1/1856. Charles MONRO of Tanunda had apparently also been an attorney before GJ MILLER was appointed Deposit 96/OA & Enrolment 1/47

MILLER, George John the Younger of near Tanunda SA son of George Miller the Elder gentleman 146 Kentish Town Road, Middlesex, England who died 24/7/1865. G Miller the Elder owned land at Tanunda, but the son had to purchase the property if he wanted it and he would get nothing else from his father's estate Memorials 128/170, 169/212

No 2

MILLER, George formerly labourer McLaren Vale 1857 but now farmer Finniss Vale 1864 Application 5552

No 3

MILLER, George chaff cutter Goodwood 1880 Memorial 201/322

MILLER, George chaff cutter Goodwood 1880 Application 18567

No 4

MILLER, George farmer Hundred of Yalpara 1885 Memorial 67/370

MILLER, George farmer Franklin Harbour 1888 Memorial 185/390

No 5

MILLER, George farmer Inman Hill 1888 Memorial 58/391

No 6

MILLER, George labourer Murray Bridge Hundred of Mobilong land grant 1886[-1897] Grant Book 58 Page 371 County Sturt

No 7

MILLER, George farmer Hundred of Palmer 1889 Memorial 133/399

No 8

MILLER, George farmer Kilkerran Hundred of Kilkerran land grant 1893 Grant Book 19 Page 172 County Fergusson

MILLER, George farmer Maitland 1898 Memorial 77/436

No 9

MILLER, George farmer Tiparra. Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1911 Grant Book 14 Page 284 County Daly

MILLER, George Bradford labourer North Adelaide 1847[-1849] Memorial 354/8

No 1

MILLER, George John gentleman Nuriootpa 1871 Memorial 173/251

MILLER, George John gentleman Enfield 1874 Memorial 44/277

MILLER, George William manufacturer Adelaide Cowell (Hundred of Playford) township allotment land grant 1881 Grant Book 39 Page 82 County Jervois

No 1

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

MILLER, Giles grazier Hallett. Hallett (Hundred of Hallett) township allotment land grant 1907 Grant Book 8 Page 284 County Burra

MILLER, Giles grazier Hallett 1911 Memorial 215/464

MILLER, Gordon farmer Hundred of Barndioota 1885 Memorial 122/371

MILLER, Griffith James enameller Adelaide (Bent St) 1904 Memorial 30/452

No 1

MILLER, HH tailor Pt Lincoln 1903[-1905] Memorial 234/447

MILLER, Harry Houghton tailor Pt Lincoln 1905[-1907] Memorial 103/454 Clerk to the District Council of Lincoln 1905 Memorial 117/454

MILLER, Henry Houghton clerk to the District Council of Pt Lincoln 1909 Application 25692

MILLER, Harry Houghton tailor Pt Lincoln 1914 Application 26382

MILLER, Harry Houghton tailor Pt Lincoln 1911, declared that he had operated as a tailor at Pt Lincoln for 16 years and had been Clerk to the Pt Lincoln District Council for the past 8 years Application 28337

No 1

MILLER, Henry gentleman Redruth 1856 Memorial 19/346

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

MILLER, Henry draper Kooringa 1856 Memorial 108/108

MILLER, Henry storekeeper Kooringa 1857 Hundred of Waterloo land grant Memorial 38/114

MILLER, Henry draper [formerly of Kooringa but now of] Kent Town 1859 Memorial 61/154

MILLER, Henry Houghton tailor Pt Lincoln 1907 Application 27606

MILLER, Henry M clerk to Ernest LANGSFORD licensed landbroker Adelaide 1915 Memorial 185/472

MILLER, Henry Warren miller Two Wells 1872 Application 19559

MILLER, Herbert Frederick labourer Petersburg. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1916 Grant Book 13 Page 213 County Dalhousie

MILLER, Herman formerly labourer Spring Farm near Clare but now gardener Sevenhill near Clare 1906 Memorial 198/454

No 1

MILLER, Hugh labourer Pt Adelaide 1854 Memorial 283/65

MILLER, Hugh labourer Queenstown 1863 Memorial 241/188

MILLER, Hugh railway carter Queenstown, died 20/6/1865 intestate, run down by horse and dray, aged 33. He and his wife, Agnes Miller, had three children - John, Jane and Janet Miller. His only son, John Miller, of Queenstown, inherited his estate as heir at law Application 18277

No 1

MILLER, James carpenter Pt Adelaide 1849 Memorial 282/18 Builder Pt Adelaide 1851 Memorial 3/29

MILLER, James carpenter Le Fevre Peninsula 1862[-1877] Memorial 226/186, Application 15878

MILLER, James shipwright Le Fevre Peninsula 1877 Application 16085

MILLER, James shipwright Le Fevre Peninsula 1878 linked with Robert Miller shipwright Brompton Application 16631

No 2

MILLER, James labourer St Marys 1851 Memorial 5/29

MILLER, James of Helston, Co Light 1852 Memorial 129/43

No 3

MILLER, James labourer Goodwood 1852 Memorial 34/42

MILLER, James labourer formerly of Goodwood but now of Adelaide 1876 Memorial 17/289

No 4 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

MILLER, James farmer Truro 1857[-1880] Memorial 220/120

MILLER, James farmer Angipena near Truro 1866[-1876] Memorial 248/269

MILLER, James JP farmer Angipena near Truro 1885 Memorial 48/373

MILLER, James farmer Truro 1885 Application 20680

MILLER, James grazier Inverell SA and MILLER, William farmer Angepona near Truro, sons of James Miller farmer Angipena, near Truro, who had died. His wife, Janet Miller, entitled to a life share in the property; his daughter, Janet Miller, and son, William Miller, entitled to a share in the property 1888 Application 21481

No 5

MILLER, James farmer Auburn Hundred of Hall land grant 1875 Grant Book 56 Page 225 County Stanley

No 6

MILLER, James of Brown St, Adelaide 1876 Memorial 230/292

No 7 - perhaps a continuation of No 6

MILLER, James formerly engineer Adelaide but now licensed victualler Gawler 1880 Memorial 125/326

MILLER, James engineer Adelaide 1880[-1885] Memorial 61/322

No 8

MILLER, James labourer Armagh 1861 Memorial 198/176

MILLER, James labourer Armagh near Clare 1875 Memorial 49/284

No 9

MILLER, James gardener Adelaide 1882 Application 19520

No 10

MILLER, James harnessmaker Adelaide Hundred of Colton land grant 1882 Grant Book 48 Page 77 County Musgrave

No 11

MILLER, James farmer Booleroo Hundred of Booleroo land grant 1880 Grant Book 24 Page 620 County Frome

MILLER, James farmer Booleroo 1886 Memorial 209/379

No 12

MILLER, James grazier Yalpara 1886 Memorial 207/379

No 13

MILLER, James farmer Walloway 1886[-1888] Memorial 174/382

No 14

MILLER, James labourer Peterborough. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1922 Grant Book 13 Page 215 County Dalhousie

No 15

MILLER, James gentleman Toorak, died 30/9/1944 Memorial 147/518

MILLER, James Allen carrier West St, Brompton 1917, declared that he was the Chairman of Directors of the Bowden Permanent Economic Building Society Inc, and had been a director for more than 25 years Application 26504

MILLER, James Fox machinist Kapunda 1880 Memorial 63/321

No 1

MILLER, James Foxwell labourer Hundred of Onkaparinga 1859 Memorial 234/160, Application 971

MILLER, James Foxwell farmer Pichi Richi Hundred of Pichi Richi land grant 1899 Grant Book 49 Page 31 County Newcastle

MILLER, James Lawrence stockholder Robe 1886 Memorial 224/388

MILLER, Jane 22 spinster Pt Adelaide (Father; Hugh Miller) married George STJUART-BAILLIE 21 bachelor farmer servant Tumby Bay (Father; George Baillie) on 3/9/1879 Pt Lincoln. Witnesses: Samuel COAD labourer and Isabella BAILLIE servant Tumby Bay Application 18277

MILLER, Jeffrey Thurgood sheepfarmer Bookabie Fowler Bay Bookabie (Hundred of Magarey) township allotment land grant 1912 Grant Book 41 Page 1 County Kintore

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

MILLER, John yeoman Adelaide. He bought and sold land in Hindmarsh.  1838[-1839] Application 5829

MILLER, John [the Elder] labourer Adelaide 1838 John Miller [the Younger] farmer Fifth Creek 1862 Application 3314

MILLER, John farmer Fifth Creek 1842[-1846] Memorial 348/2

MILLER, John farmer Fifth Creek 1862[-1869] Application 3314

MILLER, Agnes of Stonehouse Farm, Fifth Creek, widow of John Miller of Stonehouse Farm 1848 Memorial 453/17 By 1850, she had shifted to Hindmarsh, and leased the farm at £35 a year to Jonathan Corbyn BISHOP farmer Adelaide, from 1/8/1850 for 11 years Memorial 265/25

MILLER, John the Elder bachelor m Agnes McCORMACK spinster Holy Trinity Church North Tce, Adelaide, on 14/5/1838. The Millers settled at Hindmarsh, where John was a farmer, Section 302 Survey B. John Miller the Younger was born at Hindmarsh on 13/7/1840. John Miller the Elder died 12/5/1847, aged 37, when the wheel of a dray passed over his body. William WYATT coroner Grenfell St, Adelaide, held an inquest over the death. John Stuart DUNCAN farmer Woodville became guardian of John Miller the Younger,who farmed at Fifth Creek by 1861 [Likely that Agnes Miller remarried 3/3/1853 place not stated Hindmarsh to Edward Gandy] Deposit 208/1864

No 2 - perhaps the same as No 10

MILLER, John born 14/5/1853 Pt Adelaide, son of Hugh Miller woodcutter and Agnes nee WOOD Application 18277

No 3

MILLER, John farmer Reservoir Hotel, Thornden Park 1864 Application 5357

No 4

MILLER, John builder North Adelaide 1867 Memorial 180/222

No 5

MILLER, John storekeeper Adelaide 1873 Memorial 11/265

No 6

MILLER, John farmer Adelaide 1873 Memorial 88/265

No 7

MILLER, John farmer Athelstone and Woodville 1873 Memorial 69/269

MILLER, John farmer Athelstone 1872[-1881] Memorial 178/322

MILLER, John farmer Athelstone Co Adelaide. Hundred of Crystal Brook land grant 1878[-1879] Grant Book 60 Page 224 County Victoria

MILLER, John farmer Athelstone Co Adelaide. Hundred of Redhill land grant 1880[-1884] Grant Book 14 Page 375 County Daly

No 8

MILLER, John farmer Hill River Co Stanley. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 121 County Victoria

No 9

MILLER, John farmer Crystal Brook 1876[-1897] Memorial 20/288

MILLER, John JP of Crystal Brook 1880 Memorial 30/322

MILLER, John Esquire Meniton Crystal Brook 1888 Application 21424

No 10 - likely to be the same person

MILLER, John farmer Pt Pirie and Mary Miller his wife formerly Mary TURNER of Edwardstown 1876 Memorial 13/294

MILLER, John of Merriton 1887 Memorial 151/383

MILLER, John farmer Merriton. Hundred of Pirie land grant 1888 Grant Book 60 Page 299 County Victoria

MILLER, John farmer Merriton and Mary Miller his wife 1897 Memorial 216/431

No 11 - perhaps the same as No 2

MILLER, John labourer Queenstown eldest son and heir at law of the late Hugh Miller formerly labourer Queenstown now deceased. Jane Miller spinster Queenstown mentioned in connection with this family 1879 Memorial 157/314

MILLER, John labourer Queenstown linked with Janet Miller spinster Queenstown and Jane BAILLIE nee Miller wife of George Stuart Baillie farm servant Tumby Bay 1880 Memorial 171/324

No 12

MILLER, John compositor Adelaide Hundred of Joyce land grant 1886 Grant Book 51 Page 10 County Robe

MILLER, John compositor Adelaide Pt Broughton township allotment land grant 1886 Grant Book 14 Page 491 County Daly

MILLER, John compositor Adelaide (Hurtle Square) Co Adelaide. Pt Mannum (Hundred of Finniss) township allotment land grant 1886 Grant Book 58 Page 383 County Sturt

MILLER, John compositor Adelaide Co Adelaide. Cockburn (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1886[-1887] Grant Book 65 Page 165 County Not named

MILLER, John compositor Adelaide Yunta township allotment land grant Co Herbert 1887 Grant Book 34 Page 163 County Herbert

No 13

MILLER, John farmer Mt Pleasant 1888 Application 21383

No 14

MILLER, John farmer Murray Town 1899 Application 23810

No 1

MITCHELL, John Aver publican Terowie trustee School Hundred of Terowie Hundred of Terowie land grant 1875 Grant Book 40 Page 3 County Jervois

MITCHELL, John Aver poundkeeper Hallett Hundred of Terowie land grant 1878 Grant Book 40 Page 7 County Kimberley

No 1

MILLER, John Clow accountant Kapunda 1882 Memorial 121/338

MILLER, John Clow and Edwin Robert HOOPER publicans Kapunda trading as Miller & Hooper 1883 Memorial 242/349

MILLER, John Clow agent Magill Road, Stepney 1906 Memorial 169/454

No 1

MILLER, John Thomas grocer Adelaide 1850[-1852] Memorial 295/25

MILLER, John Thomas grocer Adelaide (Rundle St) 1853[-1854] Memorial 244/55

No 1

MILLER, Joseph carpenter Adelaide 1846 Memorial 299/6

No 2

MILLER, Joseph gardener Armagh near Clare 1898[-1934] Memorial 202/433

No 1

MILLER, Joseph Bass brickmaker Salisbury 1852[-1855] Memorial 387/42

MILLER, Joseph Bass brickmaker Salisbury 1854. In partnership with John PICKERING Enrolment 95/23

MILLER, Joseph brickmaker Salisbury 1854 Salisbury Primitive Methodist Chapel trustee Memorial 92/74

MILLER, Joseph Bass farmer Dirty Light 1858 Dirty Light Primitive Methodist Chapel trustee Memorial 132/144

MILLER, Joseph Bass farmer Light River 1859 Application 202

MILLER, Joseph Bass farmer Salisbury 1860 Memorial 51/171

No 1

MILLER, Kingsman St Barbe law clerk Adelaide 1874 Memorial 220/275

MILLER, Kingsman St Barbe agent Adelaide 1884[-1885] Memorial 118/363, Application 19104

MILLER, Margaret bank clerk 11 Wattle St, Fullarton Estate 1966, Application 29638

MILLER, Mark Sydney Scott butcher Woodside Co Adelaide. Hundred of Dudley land grant 1929 Grant Book 11 Page 18 County Carnarvon

MILLER, Mary wife of John Miller farmer Whyte's Rd, Somerton, died 4/5/1912, of cerebral haemorrhage, aged 67. She had been born at Willunga. Married at 30 years of age. 1 daughter living; 1 daughter deceased Application 27356

No 1 – perhaps the same person

MILLER, Michael of Yackamoorundie Hundred of Yackamoorundie land grant 1880 Grant Book 56 Page 93 County Stanley

MILLER, Michael farmer Cameron Hundred of Cameron land grant 1885 Grant Book 14 Page 445 County Daly

MILLER, Moses farmer Kondoparinga 1857[-1860] Memorial 317/116

MILLER, Percival Alfred labourer Glanville 1924 Application 27231

No 1

MILLER, Peter cooper Adelaide 1850 Memorial 439/19

No 2

MILLER, Peter farmer South Rhine. Hundred of South Rhine land grant 1861 Grant Book 58 Page 234 County Sturt

No 3

MILLER, Peter teacher New Chum Steiglitz Vic and Margaret Miller his wife formerly Margaret TAYLOR daughter of James Taylor stone mason Pt Adelaide 1877. Both Mr and Mrs Miller were teachers from the Orkney Islands in Scotland and married in Victoria in 1865 Memorials 59/299 & 60/299

No 1

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

MILLER, Peter Francis farmer Pt Wakefield Co Gawler. Hundred of Redhill land grant 1875[-1877] Grant Book 14 Page 360 County Daly

MILLER, Peter Francis farmer near Redhill. Redhill township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 14 Page 498 County Daly

MILLER, Peter Francis farmer Pt Wakefield Co Gawler. Hundred of Narridy land grant 1881 Grant Book 60 Page 260 County Victoria

No 1

MILLER, Peter Mayoh clerk Anlaby near Kapunda 1857[-1858] Memorial 248/119

MILLER, PM accountant Anlaby near Kapunda 1868[-1881] Memorial 233/234

MILLER, Peter Mayoh accountant Kapunda linked with M Miller of Callana Hergott Springs 1890 Memorial 206/403

MILLER, RC salesman 424 Brighton Road, Brighton 1954 Memorial 75/529

No 1

MILLER, Richard labourer McLaren Vale 1879 Memorial 140/314

MILLER, Richard labourer formerly of McLaren Vale but now of College Park 1881 Memorial 193/333

No 1

MILLER, Robert draper Adelaide 1848 Memorial 391/13

MILLER, Robert draper Hindley St, Adelaide, in partnership with John Holmes LUCKING for 7 years from 4/12/1848, power of attorney to William SANDERS gentleman Myrtle Bank, to manage his SA affairs, including mining matters and the estate of WRIGHT and JERNINGHAM 15/12/1848 Enrolment 68/6

MILLER, Robert merchant formerly of Adelaide, but now absent from the province 1850 Memorial 493/19 Now living in England 1851 Memorial 168/31

MILLER, Robert draper Adelaide 1851 Memorial 73/120

MILLER, Robert draper formerly of Adelaide but now absent therefrom 1853 Memorial 63/51

MILLER, Robert draper formerly of Adelaide but now of 7 Salisbury Rd, Edinburgh, Co Midlothian, Scotland 1859 Memorial 102/161

No 2

MILLER, Robert Esquire formerly of the Onkaparinga but now of Adelaide 1852 Memorial 204/56

No 3

MILLER, Robert grocer Adelaide (Rundle St) 1854 Memorial 337/76

No 4

MILLER, Robert labourer Adelaide 1855[-1861] Memorial 454/90

No 5

MILLER, Robert gentleman formerly of the Glen Osmond Road but now of Adelaide 1857 Memorial 278/127

No 6

MILLER, Robert storekeeper Adelaide 1858 Memorial 42/137

MILLER, Robert storekeeper [formerly of Adelaide but now of] Mt Pleasant 1859 Memorial 267/154

No 7

MILLER, Robert labourer Tam O'Shanter Belt 1864 Memorial 6/199

MILLER, Robert farmer Tam O'Shanter Belt 1864 Application 5537

MILLER, Robert farmer Tam O'Shanter Belt 1877[-1880] Memorial 139/313

MILLER/MULLER, Rudolph tanner Adelaide 1853 Hundred of Munno Para land grant Memorial 212/50

No 1

MILLER, Samuel farmer Noarlunga 1854 Memorial 143/72

No 2

MILLER, Samuel licensed victualler Pt Germein 1879 Memorial 156/319

No 3

MILLER, Samuel farmer Yongala 1887 Memorial 49/385

No 4

MILLER, Samuel labourer Peterborough. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1920 Grant Book 13 Page 214 County Dalhousie

MILLER, Sarah of Membury, Devon, England, wife of Robert MILLER now residing in parts to me unknown, he having been absent and living in a state of separation fro me for upwards of thirteen years, power of attorney to John Warren BAKEWELL solicitor Adelaide, to arrange for the repayment of an £800 mortgage due to her from a person unnamed in SA 30/10/1875 Deposit 46/1876

MILLER, Sarah Ann married woman Gawler South 1927 Application 27607

No 1

MILLER, Sophia wife of Frederick Miller malster Herefordshire, England 1872. She bought land in Hindmarsh from Godfrey JAGGER slater Hindmarsh Application 11853

MILLER, Sophia wife of Frederick Miller maltster Bishop’s Stortford, Herts, England, power of attorney to her friend Josiah MITTON gentleman Hope Villa, Hindmarsh, to manage the leasing of certain lands in the village of Hindmarsh 21/5/1879 Deposit 18/1881

MILLER, Teresa May spinster Bookabie Bookabie (Hundred of Magarey) township allotment land grant 1912 Grant Book 41 Page 1 County Kintore

No 1 - likely to be the same person

MILLER, Thomas yeoman The Hermitage 1843 Memorial 451/2

MILLER, Thomas farmer Western Sources of the Torrens 1848 Memorial 424/13

MILLER, Thomas farmer North Gumeracha 1855 Memorial 146/85

MILLER, Thomas licensed victualler Robert Burns Inn North Gumeracha 1855 Memorial 465/83

No 2

MILLER, Thomas farmer Reedbeds 1853[-1859] Memorial 293/51

MILLER, Thomas farmer Findon 1854[-1862] Memorial 402/63

No 3 - the Elder

MILLER, Thomas the Elder farmer Redruth 1855 Application 10749

MILLER, Thomas farmer Mintaro 1853[-1866] Memorial 269/47

MILLER, Thomas bullock driver Mintaro 1855 Application 18137

MILLER, Thomas teamster Mintaro 1855[-1856] Memorial 292/90

MILLER, Thomas farmer Mintaro 1870 Application 11077

MILLER, Thomas the Elder farmer formerly of Redruth 1855 but now of Mintaro 1870 Application 10749

MILLER, Thomas farmer Mintaro, died 24/11/1895 Yongala. Husband of Rebecca Miller. Children mentioned but not named Memorial 113/427

No 4 - the Younger

MILLER, Thomas the Younger farmer Mintaro Co Stanley. Hundred of Mannanarie land grant 1879 Grant Book 13 Page 77 County Dalhousie

MILLER, Thomas the Younger farmer Mannanarie Co Dalhousie. Hundred of Coglin land grant 1885 Grant Book 34 Page 85 County Herbert

No 5

MILLER, Thomas farmer Redruth 1855[-1856] Memorial 393/98

MILLER, Thomas [formerly farmer Redruth but now] stockholder Booborowie 1856 Memorial 302/130

MILLER, Thomas formerly stockholder Booborowie but now farmer Mintaro 1881 Application 18651

No 6

MILLER, Thomas labourer Upper Wakefield 1865[-1868] Memorial 2/202

MILLER, Thomas gentleman Plympton 1887 Memorial 113/385

No 7

MILLER, Thomas labourer Undalya Hundred of Redhill land grant 1876 Grant Book 14 Page 363 County Daly

No 1

MILLER, Thomas Balfour carpenter Adelaide 1885 Memorial 240/363

MILLER, Thomas Balfour carpenter Goodwood, died 31/3/1887. Husband of Robina Miller. Brother to John Miller clothier Adelaide. Brother to Elizabeth DRIVER wife of John Driver bootmaker Adelaide and Janet EUNSON wife of James Eunson no description Memorial 136/389

MILLER, W farmer Armagh near Clare 1903 Application 24553

MILLER, Walter Torrens farmer Maitland Co Fergusson. Hundred of Mundoora land grant 1911 Grant Book 14 Page 277 County Daly

MILLER, Wesley labourer Bramfield Bramfield (Hundred of Ward) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 48 Page 4 County Musgrave

No 1

MILLER, William farmer Mintaro 1860 Memorial 31/168

No 2

MILLER, William gentleman Adelaide 1861 Memorial 177/172

No 3

MILLER, William bootmaker Norwood 1862 Application 3160

No 4

MILLER, William butcher Lower Mitcham (Father: William Miller) married Ruth BURFIELD of Belair (Father: Robert Burfield) on 6/9/1862 father’s home Belair. Minister: RW NEEDHAM. Witnesses: William BARNET stationer Gawler and Henry MILLER storekeeper Mitcham. By 1884, William Miller was a butcher at Watervale 1884 Application 20328

MILLER, William butcher Auburn 1883[-1884] Memorial 147/354

MILLER, William butcher formerly of Auburn but now Watervale 1885 Application 20444

MILLER, William butcher Gawler 1886[-1888] Memorial 49/379

MILLER, William butcher formerly of Gawler but then of Parkside, died 11/11/1898. His widow, Ruth Miller, of Parkside, died 10/7/1930. Her executors; Frank Howard Miller painter Parkside and Hartley Burfield Miller formerly butcher Gawler but now out of business Henley Beach Memorials 101 & 102/505

No 5

MILLER, William farmer Hundred of Morgan. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1879 Grant Book 13 Page 193 County Dalhousie

MILLER, William farmer Hundred of Morgan 1895 Memorial 73/426

No 6

MITCHELL, William butcher Terowie Hundred of Terowie land grant 1879 Grant Book 40 Page 11 County Kimberley

MITCHELL, William farmer Terowie Hundred of Gumbowie land grant 1882 Grant Book 40 Page 43 County Kimberley

No 7

MILLER, William farmer Hundred of Coglin 1888 Memorial 60/390

No 8

MILLER, William baker Adelaide 1894 Memorial 167/420

No 1

MILLER, William Charles farmer Hamilton on the Light 1858[-1863] Memorial 250/146

MILLER, Margaret widow Booleroo Hundred of Booleroo land grant 1882 Grant Book 24 Page 624 County Frome

MILLER, William Clem and Douglas William Miller builders Irvine St, Wallaroo. Wallaroo (Hundred of Wallaroo) township allotment land grant 1955 Grant Book 14 Page 2 County Daly

No 1

MILLER, William Edwin labourer Littlehampton 1854[-1860] Memorial 347/71

MILLER, William Edwin yeoman Littlehampton 1856 Memorial 293/112

No 1

MILLER, William Holland sergeant of police Pt Adelaide 1851[-1856] Memorial 291/29

MILLER, Mary widow Pt Adelaide 1902, relict of William Holland Miller labourer Pt Adelaide, who died in 1882 intestate Application 24411

No 1 - probably the same person

MILLER, William Smith bootmaker Adelaide 1854 Memorial 14/75

MILLER, William S of Gouger St, Adelaide 1856 Memorial 183/96

MILLER, WJ clerk to HW PARKER solicitor Adelaide 1865. Appears to be a different person from WS Miller following Memorial 190/207

No 1

MILLER, WS clerk to Messrs PARKER & HERFORD solicitors Adelaide 1854 Memorial 151/78

MILLER, William S of South Tce, Adelaide 1858[-1859] Memorial 241/146

MILLLER, William S clerk to Messrs LAWRENCE & KNOX solicitors Adelaide 1859 Memorial 272/160

MILLER, William S clerk to Charles LOWE solicitor Adelaide (90 King William St) 1860 Memorial 204/168

MILLER, William S of Gresham Chambers, Adelaide 1864 Memorial 19/289

MILLER, William S of 19 King William St, Adelaide 1866 Memorial 142/221

MILLER, William S of the SA Supreme Court House Adelaide 1871 Memorial 62/269

MILLER, William S chief clerk in equity Supreme Court SA Adelaide 1871 Memorial 141/252

MILLERD, John farmer Little Para 1855 Memorial 440/83

MILLERD, Thomas retired farmer Strathalbyn 1922 Memorial 48/486

MILLETT, Richard Oke gentleman North Adelaide 1853[-1854] Memorial 82/59

No 1

MILLEY, Daniel labourer Cumberland House, Adelaide 1853 Memorial 54/57

MILLEY, Daniel labourer Adelaide 1855 Memorial 227/81

MILLHOUSE, John farmer Mt Barker District and Isabella Millhouse his wife 1854 Memorial 287/65

MILLHOUSE, John Rhodes butcher Millicent Millicent North (Hundred of Mt Muirhead) township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 31 Page 309 County Grey

No 1

MILLHOUSE, Richard Gale storekeeper Stony Creek Millicent North (Hundred of Mt Muirhead) township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 31 Page 309 County Grey

MILLHOUSE, Richard Gale agent Millicent Millicent Millicent North (Hundred of Mt Muirhead) township allotment land grant 1899 Grant Book 31 Page 315 County Grey

MILLHOUSE, Thomas yeoman Littlehampton 1855[- 1885] Memorial 283/81

No 1

MILLHOUSE, William yeoman Hahndorf 1853 Memorial 84/60

MILLHOUSE, William yeoman formerly of Hahndorf but then of the Bremer 1858 Memorial 274/138

No 2 – perhaps a continuation of No 1

MILLHOUSE, William the Elder stonemason Rosaville Mt Gambier. Hundred of Mt Muirhead land grant 1879 Grant Book 31 Page 195 County Grey

MILLICAN, Wesley of Victoria township near Kapunda 1860 Memorial 328/165

No 1

MILLIE, William Wallace of Adelaide 1843 Memorial 111/3

MILLIE, William Wallace carrier Adelaide. He took a lease of The Heart & Hand Inn, Section 44, Survey B 7 years at £100 a year from William HANCOX farmer St Marys 1851 Memorial 117/29

MILLIGAN, Albert Stuart labourer Towitta 1895 Grant Book 17 Page 32 County Eyre

MILLIGAN, Herbert John farmer Prospect and Hannah Milligan his wife 1926 Memorial 51/496

MILLIGAN, James farmer Bugle Ranges 1857[-1873] Memorial 72/121

No 1

MILLIGAN, John labourer Adelaide 1838. He could not write. He placed his business affairs in the hands of an agent, Adam ABERCROMBIE, in 1847. Both men had died by 1870 Application 10803

No 2

MILLIGAN, John labourer Mundalla. Hundred of Wirrega land grant 1896 Grant Book 7 Page 48 County Buckingham

MILLIGAN, John Craig labourer Bugle Ranges 1881 Application 18155

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

MILLIGAN, Melville farmer Mt Barker 1853 Memorial 329/50

MILLIGAN, Melville bootmaker married Sarah nee ? on 25/6/1817 at Seaford, Co Down, Ireland. The Milligans emigrated to SA. Melville Milligan bootmaker Blakiston, died 28/7/1868 intestate, lung congestion, aged 74. The eldest son and heir at law, James Milligan farmer Bugle Ranges, died 6/2/1879 Wistow without issue and intestate. Husband of Ruth Milligan. Estate worth £300. James Milligan’s younger brother, John Craig Milligan labourer Bugle Ranges, appointed administrator of the estate, in lieu of his mother and sister-in-law 1881 Application 18532

MILLIGAN, Melville boundary rider The Lodge near Strathalbyn 1879 Memorial 141/314

MILLIGAN, Robert Esquire Aldinga 1866 Memorial 319/208

MILLIGAN, Samuel carrier Millicent 1881 Application 18155

MILLIGAR, Matilda housemaid to Lady MORPHETT of Cummins near Adelaide 1872 Memorial 205/323

MILLIKAN, Henry labourer Pt Lincoln 1926 Memorial 11/496

No 1

MILLIKAN, James farmer Williston Kangaroo Flat. Hellen Millikan mentioned but not described 1876[-1881] Memorial 53/329

MILLIKAN, Hellen widow Mudla Wirra Hundred of Barunga land grant 1884 Grant Book 14 Page 475 County Daly

No 2

MILLIKAN, James driver Richmond. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1909 Grant Book 2 Page 18 County Adelaide

No 1

MILLINGTON, George yeoman Kensington 1853 Memorial 165/55

MILLINGTON, George yeoman Kensington 1853 linked with John Francis Millington farmer Barossa 1864 Application 5862

MILLINGTON, George of Gawler Town 1856 Memorial 138/115

MILLINGTON, George no description, died c1864. Husband of Ellen Millington. He left certain real estate in trust to his sons, John Francis Millington and Richard William Millington, until they turned 21 years of age. Memorial 83/196

No 1

MILLINGTON, John Francis farmer Barossa 1864 Memorial 167/196

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

MILLINGTON, John Francis farmer Yackamoorundie linked with Paul Millington of Yacka 1893 Memorial 122/419

No 1

MILLINGTON, John Francis minister Redhill Hundred of Yackamoorundie land grant 1880 Grant Book 56 Page 94 County Stanley

MILLINGTON, John Francis farmer Yacka trustee unnamed Cemetery Hundred of Yackamoorundie Hundred of Yackamoorundie land grant 1883 Grant Book 56 Page 97 County Stanley

MILLINGTON, John Francis minister of the gospel Meningie 1908 Memorial 209/459

MILLINGTON, John Francis minister of the gospel formerly of Meningie but now of Glen Osmond and Sarah Ann Millington his wife 1912 Memorial 147/467

MILLINGTON, Sarah Ann married woman Glen Osmond 1913 Application 26226

No 1

MILLINGTON, Paul farmer Yacka 1893[-1896] Memorial 122/419

MILLINGTON, Paul farmer Yacka Hundred of Yackamoorundie land grant 1896 Grant Book 56 Page 99 Countys Stanley

MILLMAN, Frank No 33753 Gunner in the AIF Brisbane Qld, on active service in France, power of attorney to his brother, Henry Hart MILLMAN gentleman Doroch Tce, South Brisbane, to obtain his third share of his grandmother’s estate, Emily ROBINSON widow Palmer Place North Adelaide, who died 27/8/1917 Deposit 49/1918

MILLMAN, George Frederick plumber North Adelaide 1853[-1854] Memorial 162b/56

MILLNER, James Stokes surgeon Adelaide 1859 Memorial 294/158

No 1

MILLNER, Richard Barlow railway clerk Pt Adelaide 1873 Memorial 44/270

MILLNER, Richard Barlow railway clerk Hamley Bridge 1878 Memorial 67/307

No 1

MILLNER, Thomas clerk Engineer & Architect Department Adelaide 1866 Memorial 96/212

No 2

MILLNER, Thomas gentleman Norwood 1873 Application 12810

No 3

MILLNER, Thomas accountant Adelaide 1875[-1876] Memorial 244/286

MILLNER, Thomas accountant Kent Town 1877 Memorial 199/298

MILLNER, Thomas accountant Kent Town Wilmington township allotment land grant 1877 Grant Book 24 Page 572 County Frome

MILLOR, Peter cooper Adelaide 1850[-1851] Memorial 439/19

MILLS, Ada Gladys spinster Pt Noarlunga 1926 Application 27517

No 1

MILLS, Adelaide Native widow Kooringa 1901 Memorial 176/443

MILLS, Adelaide Native widow Kooringa 1924 Application 27422

MILLS, Adelaide Native widow Burra, died 1/4/1946. Mother of Ida May WERE wife of Walter Cornelius Were builder 75 Gordon Road, Prospect, Horace James Mills shunt fireman Cottage 275, Tailem Bend, and Dora Olive ROGERS no description Memorial 106/520

No 1

MILLS, Alexander ranger Melrose and Laura Millicent Mills his wife 1923 Memorial 118/488

MILLS, Alexander state ranger Melrose and Laura Millicent Mills his wife 1925 Memorial 166/492

No 1 - possibly the same person

MILLS, Alfred farmer Greenock 1863[-1869] Memorial 158/210

MILLS, Alfred farmer Tiparra 1889 Memorial 84/396

No 1 - possibly the same person

MILLS, Alfred Joseph labourer Brompton 1852 Memorial 438/42

MILLS, Alfred Joseph bricklayer formerly of Brompton but now of Yankalilla 1855 Memorial 438/86

MILLS, Alfred Joseph formerly labourer Brompton 1852 but now of Rapid Bay 1865 Application 6971

MILLS, Alfred Joseph farmer Tiparra 1887 Memorial 128/387

MILLS, Alfred Joseph farmer Arthurton, had died by 1913. Executors – Alfred TILLEY farmer Hundred of Butler and Anne Fleetwood Tilley his wife Grant Book 15 Page 121 County Daly

MILLS, Alfred Royal farm assistant Petersville near Ardrossan Yorke Peninsula changed his name to Alfred Royal VANDEPEER 1921 Memorial 152/482

No 1

MILLS, Charles gardener Willunga 1915 Memorial 53/472

MILLS, Charles gardener Willunga. Willunga Methodist Church trustee 1915 Application 26429

No 1

MILLS, Charles Clark mariner Pt Adelaide 1849 Memorial 275/14

MILLS, Charles Clark master mariner Pt Adelaide 1851 Memorial 493/32

No 1

MILLS, Charles John vigneron McLaren Flat 1948 Memorial 84/523

MILLS, Charles John vigneron formerly of McLaren Vale but then of McLaren Flat, died 17/6/1949 Memorial 170/524

MILLS, Charles Rodolph storekeeper Mitcham 1906[-1914] Memorial 133/454

MILLS, Charles Walter farmer Balaklava 1890 Memorial 227/402

No 1

MILLS, David labourer North Adelaide 1852 Memorial 449/45

MILLS, David labourer Adelaide 1854 Memorial 178/69

MILLS, David farmer formerly of North Adelaide but now of Tea Tree Gully 1857 Memorial 285/126

MILLS, David labourer formerly of North Adelaide 1852 but now of Tea Tree Gully 1874. Perhaps a family link with Job Mills labourer Tea Tree Gully 1874 Applications 13872 & 13882

No 2

MILLS, David farmer Crystal Brook 1882 Memorial 205/342

MILLS, Ebenezer farmer Pine Forest 1855 Memorial 245/120

No 1

MILLS, Edward Whitfield accountant Unley Park 1943 Memorial 157/517

MILLS, Edward Whitfield chartered accountant 224 Napier Tce, Unley Park 1947 Memorial 57/522

MILLS, Edwin farmer Mt Barker Co Hindmarsh. Hundred of Monarto land grant 1868 Grant Book 58 Page 144 County Sturt

MILLS, Frederick gardener Pt Lincoln trustee unnamed Church Hundred of Louth land grant 1900 Grant Book 21 Page 49 County Flinders

No 1 - probably the same person

MILLS, Edwin sawyer Hahndorf 1851 Memorial 369/38

MILLS, Edwin farmer Mt Barker 1855[-1860] Memorial 227/93

MILLS, Edwin formerly sawyer Hahndorf 1851 but now of Mt Barker 1869 Application 10018

MILLS, Edwin farmer Mt Barker Hundred of Pinda land grant 1884 Grant Book 24 Page 591 County Frome

MILLS, Edwin farmer Wistow 1884 Memorial 155/362

No 1

MILLS, George cabinetmaker Thebarton 1839 Memorial 195/493

MILLS, George cabinetmaker Thebarton 1839 Application 27378

MILLS, George farmer formerly of Thebarton, but now of the Mt Barker District 1849 Memorial 177/18

MILLS, George farmer Hay Valley near Nairne. Nairne Primitive Methodist Chapel & School trustee 1850 Memorial 103/304

MILLS, George farmer near Nairne Nairne Primitive Methodist Chapel trustee 1886 Application 20893

MILLS, George farmer Nairne agreed to adopt John Thomas Mills the Younger aged 4, son of John Thomas Mills the Elder farmer Hundred of Ninnes, as his own son in every respect 1899 Memorial 152/437

MILLS, George farmer Hay Valley near Nairne, died 18/8/1903. Husband of Mary Mills. Father of Louisa MONKS wife of Henry Appleton Monks auctioneer Littlehampton, Emma SANDERS wife of John Sanders tramway manager Hyde Park, Rebecca HILL wife of James Hill farmer Ardrossan, Mary LEGGETT wife of Edward Leggett farmer Guyndah Qld, Annie Maria CLARKE widow Sooka Bagh Punjab, India and Martha COUSIN widow Bute; also George France Mills farmer Hundred of Ninnes, John Thomas Mills farmer Hundred of Ninnes. The family as situated later in 1903 - Mary Mills widow still at Hay Valley, John Sanders now a labourer at Littlehampton Memorial 36/450 & RPA Search 1761

No 2

MILLS, George bootmaker Adelaide 1852 Memorial 190/50

MILLS, George contractor Adelaide 1860[-1861] Memorial 68/167

MILLS, George railway contractor Adelaide 1862 Memorial 308/182

MILLS, George railway contractor Adelaide (with Henry HilL and John Vautin) 1863 Application 3781

MILLS, George formerly bootmaker but now contractor Adelaide 1866 Memorial 75/209

MILLS, George general and railway carrier Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hanson (later Farrell Flat Hundred of Hanson) township allotment land grant 1870 Grant Book 56 Page 298 County Stanley

MILLS, George railway carrier Adelaide 1871 Memorial 130/251

No 3

MILLS, George carpenter formerly of Adelaide 1855 but now of Kent Town 1866 Application 7831

No 4 - perhaps the same person

MILLS, George farmer Yankalilla 1861 Memorial 322/178

MILLS, George miller Yankalilla 1862 Memorial 205/184

No 5

MILLS, George farmer Pt Elliot 1869 Application 10285

No 1

MILLS, George France farmer Kulpara. Hundred of Kulpara land grant 1879 Grant Book 14 Page 325 County Daly

MILLS, George France farmer Ninnes linked with Alfred France the Younger no description 1883 Memorial 74/347

MILLS, GF JP farmer Hundred of Ninnes 1893 Memorial 25/417

MILLS, George France farmer Hundred of Ninnis 1883[-1887] Memorial 186/352

MILLS, George France farmer Ninnes Plains 1901 Memorial 70/444

MILLS, George France farmer Hundred of Ninnes. Hundred of Ninnes land grant 1902 Grant Book 14 Page 296 County Daly

MILLS, George France farmer Ninnes Plains. Hundred of Ninnes land grant 1908 Grant Book 14 Page 299 County Daly

No 1

MILLS, George John brickmaker Hindmarsh 1850 Memorial 471/21 MILLS, John George brickmaker Brompton 1850[-1855] Memorial 385/33

MILLS, George John farmer Yankalilla 1857 Memorial 154/118

MILLS, George John farmer Normanville 1860 Memorial 298/170

MILLS, George John formerly brickmaker Hindmarsh but now farmer Normanville 1863 Memorial 31/190

MILLS, George John formerly farmer Yankalilla 1857 but now labourer Bowden 1867 Application 8571

MILLS, George John brickmaker Brompton, died 11/10/1873. He left his entire estate in trust to his widow, Eliza Mills, for life, then it had to be sold and the proceeds to go 2/3ds to the son and 1/3d to the daughter absolutely in remainder expectant. His wife, Eliza Mills, died 23/5/1896, of senile debility, aged 80. Their two children were Alfred Joseph Mills farmer Tiparra and Marie Susanna LEAKE married woman Delamere 1898 Application 23700

MILLS, Eliza widow Brompton [relict of the late George John Mills of Brompton] 1883 Application 20009

MILLS, Henry yeoman Adelaide 1850 Memorial 184/20

MILLS, Isaac farmer Hawker trustee unnamed School Hundred of Arkaba Hundred of Arkaba land grant 1888 Grant Book 33 Page 4 County Hanson

No 1

MILLS, James shepherd Mt Gambier 1860[-1867] Memorial 179/225

No 2

MILLS, James railway employee Pt Adelaide 1873 Memorial 152/270

MILLS, James railway guard Portland Estate 1876 Application 14972

No 3

MILLS, James farmer Clinton Price township allotment land grant 1882 Grant Book 20 Page 25 County Fergusson

MILLS, James farmer Clinton 1886[-1895] Memorial 207/375

MILLS, Job labourer Tea Tree Gully 1857[-1858] Memorial 285/126

No 1

MILLS, John farmer Magill 1845 Memorial 370/5

No 2

MILLS, John labourer Plympton 1846 Memorial 360/7 Formerly labourer of Plympton, now of The New Tiers, and Elizabeth Mills, his wife 1851 Memorial 439/28

No 3

MILLS, John farmer Sturt River 1856 Memorial 186/98

No 4

MILLS, John labourer Tea Tree Gully 1872[-1875] Memorial 30/261

No 5

MILLS, John labourer Pt Elliot 1882[-1897] Memorial 171/344

MILLS, John formerly labourer Pt Elliot but now Norwood out of business 1909 Application 25572

No 6

MILLS, John hotelkeeper Vine Inn Glen Osmond 1904 Memorial 142/450

MILLS, John Thomas old age pensioner Paskeville, died 21/7/1941. Executors – Matthew Keith Mills blacksmith Paskeville and Ross Moy Mills labourer Alford 1952 Grant Book 14 Page 345 County Daly

MILLS, Leslie Charles farmer Balaklava 1936 Memorial 93/510

MILLS, M labourer Aberdeen near Kooringa 1921 Memorial 188/483

No 1

MILLS, Margaret widow Wadnaminga 1893 Memorial 87/416

No 2

MILLS, Margaret matron Mt Gambier 1945 Memorial 160/519

MILLS, Maurice Coburg secretary Adelaide Milk Supply Co-op Ltd Inc of Carrington St, Adelaide 1948 Memorial 49/523

No 1

MILLS, Percy Frederick Downs formerly bank manager Perth WA but now of Adelaide 1927 Memorial 161/498

MILLS, Percy Frederick Down manager ES & A Bank Adelaide branch 1930 Memorial 6/504

MILLS, Reuben gentleman Adelaide 1869 Memorial 179/247

No 1

MILLS, Richard farmer Nairne 1853 Memorial 369/57

No 2

MILLS, Richard the Younger farmer Blackhill Valley near Kanmantoo 1862 Memorial 226/184

No 3

MILLS, Richard farmer Mt Gambier 1864 Memorial 211/195

No 1 - perhaps the same person

MILLS, RJ clerk Mt Barker 1885 Memorial 150/372

MILLS, Richard John Clerk of the Corporation of the town of Pt Lincoln 1925 Application 27370

MILLS, Richard John formerly Town Clerk of Pt Lincoln between 1922-1928, now of the Fullarton Estate 1928 Application 27639

MILLS, Robert labourer Hindmarsh 1839 Application 23960

MILLS, Ronald Graham farmer Bondleigh near Callington 1947 Memorial 157/521

No 1 - perhaps the same person; perhaps a mixture of the Elder and the Younger

MILLS, Samuel and Robert settlers Section 9 Survey B near Adelaide 1842. They had wheat, barley and hay growing on their farm Memorial 273/2

MILLS, Samuel builder Adelaide 1849 Memorial 92/16 Builder Ravenswood 1850 Memorial 278/103 Farmer pt Section 9 Survey B 1856 Memorial 307/103

MILLS, Samuel farmer Section 9 Survey B 1854 Memorial 413/73

MILLS, Samuel gentleman Ravenswood near Adelaide 1864 Memorial 175/197

MILLS, Samuel stockholder The Grange near Adelaide 1882 Memorial 146/338

No 2 - perhaps linked with No 1

MILLS, Samuel grazier Adelaide 1890[-1895] Memorial 228/404

MILLS, Samuel grazier North Adelaide St Andrew’s Church of Scotland, Adelaide trustee 1893 Enrolment 51/54

No 3

MILLS, Samuel stockholder Ravenswood near Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of Hall land grant 1862 Grant Book 56 Page 209 County Stanley

MILLS, Samuel formerly farmer Adelaide 1854 but now sheep farmer near Rhynie 1864 Application 5385

MILLS, Samuel sheepfarmer Rhynie Hundred of Hall land grant 1864 Grant Book 56 Page 225 County Stanley

MILLS, Samuel sheepfarmer Wakefield River Hundred of Hall land grant 1865 Grant Book 56 Page 211 County Stanley

MILLS, Samuel formerly farmer Adelaide 1854 but now sheep farmer Metinga near Rhynie 1867 Application 8799

No 4

MILLS, Samuel JP of Chandada Streaky Bay 1877 Memorial 45/299

MILLS, Stephen farmer Enfield 1857 Memorial 146/115

MILLS, Thomas farmer Mt Gambier Hundred of Gambier land grant 1864 Grant Book 30 Page 81 County Grey

No 1

MILLS, William farmer Bowden 1847 Memorial 231/8 Farmer The Pine Forest 1848 Memorial 188/11

MILLS, William farmer Pine Forest near Adelaide 1857 Memorial 257/124

No 2

MILLS, William gentleman Adelaide 1852 Memorial 351/41

MILLS, William cabinetmaker Adelaide 1853 Memorial 97/54

MILLS, William cabinetmaker Adelaide 1857 Memorial 204/119

MILLS, William formerly cabinetmaker Adelaide but then gentleman South Yarra Vic 1866[-1867] Application 8101

MILLS, William gentleman formerly of Adelaide but then of Melbourne Vic 1873 Memorial 127/276

MILLS, William gentleman formerly of Adelaide 1852 but now of Melbourne Vic 1876 Application 14876

MILLS, William cabinetmaker and upholsterer Sale Vic, died c1899. Husband of Elizabeth Mills. Owned land in Nailsworth Memorials 116 & 117/438

MILLS, William formerly upholsterer Adelaide 1850, but then cabinetmaker Sale Vic, died 5/4/1890. Estate worth £2,450. Husband of Elizabeth Mills. Children referred to but not mentioned by name 1880 Application 27188

No 3

MILLS, William farmer Strathalbyn 1854 Memorial 255/62

No 4

MILLS, William farmer The New Tiers 1855 Memorial 226/87

MILLS, William storekeeper Aldinga 1876 Memorial 235/294

No 1

MILLS, William George James farmer Nairne Hundred of Monarto land grant 1886 Grant Book 58 Page 130 County Sturt

MILLS, William George James farmer Kanmantoo Hundred of Tungkillo land grant 1887 Grant Book 58 Page 290 County Sturt

MILLS, William W of Pt Augusta 1884 Memorial 37/363

MILLS, W Whitfield sawyer Adelaide c1883 Memorial 56/352

No 1

MILLSTEED, Edward builder Adelaide 1849 Memorial 331/16

MILLSTEED, Edward mason North Adelaide 1851[-1854] Memorial 139/30

MILLSTEED, Edward mason North Adelaide linked with Richard PEARCE miner Kooringa 1851 Grant Book 1 Page 63 County Adelaide

MILLSTEED, Edward of North Adelaide 1855 Executor for the will of James SYMONDS carrier Brompton Memorial 46/88

MILLSTEED, Edward mason North Adelaide Hundred of Alma land grant 1860 Grant Book 26 Page 11 County Gawler

MILLSTEED, Edward mason Humphrey Springs Hundred of Alma land grant 1861 Grant Book 26 Page 11 County Gawler

MILLSTEED, Edward builder North Adelaide 1863 Memorial 332/190

MILLSTEED, Edward mason North Adelaide declared a bankrupt on 24/10/1863 Application 11371

MILLSTEED, Edward farmer Alma Plains Co Gawler. Hundred of Goyder land grant 1866 Grant Book 56 Page 408 County Stanley

MILLSTEED, Edward farmer Pine Farm near Pt Wakefield Co Gawler. Hundred of Goyder land grant 1866 Grant Book 56 Page 410 County Stanley

MILLSTEED, Edward Charles farmer Parilla Siding. Hundred of Parilla land grant 1912 Grant Book 12 Page 99 County Chandos

MILLSTEED, Emily spinster Goyder Hundred of Goyder land grant 1881 Grant Book 56 Page 412 County Stanley

MILLSTEED, Henry Thomas linked with Section 205 Hundred of Wiltunga Co Daly 1887 Memorial 128/385

MILLSTEED, John Charles farmer Beulah Vic 1898 Memorial 94/434

No 1

MILLSTEED, John Francis farmer Lameroo. Hundred of Bews land grant 1908 Grant Book 12 Page 4 County Chandos

MILLSTEED, John Francis farmer Lameroo trustee Methodist Church Bews Bore 1909 Grant Book 12 Page 5 County Chandos

No 1 FIND check for marriage

MILLSTEED, Leonard William farm hand Mulpata. Mulpata (Hundred of Cotton) township allotment land grant 1927 Grant Book 12 Page 221 County Chandos

MILLSTEED, Florence Edith married woman Mulpata. Mulpata (Hundred of Cotton) township allotment land grant 1927 Grant Book 12 Page 221 County Chandos

MILLSTEED, Stephen carpenter MacDonnell Bay 1864 Memorial 306/196

MILLSTEED, William Edwin farmer Hundred of Cameron 1891 Grant Book 15 Page 31 County Daly

No 1

MILLWARD, John Richard labourer Pt Adelaide 1854[-1856] Memorial 191/68

MILLWARD, John Richard licensed victualler Pt Adelaide 1861 Memorial 348/189

MILLWARD, John Richard 25 publican Queenstown (Father: Lawrence Millward) married Matilda HAYMAN 17 spinster Reedbeds (Father: Robert Hayman) on 26/1/1857 at Holy Trinity Church North Tce, Adelaide. Witnesses: Alfred FRENCH publican Alberton, and Mary Ann HAYMAN of the Reedbeds. John Millward Publican Pt Adelaide, died 4/10/1861 Wallaroo Bay, through drowning, aged 30. Amiel LITHELL of Alberton said that she knew Matilda Millward from the time of her birth - 13/5/1841. Mrs Lithell also had a child born about that time Application 11128

MILLWOOD, Henry Edward contractor O'Halloran Hill linked with Edward Millwood farmer O'Halloran Hill 1900 Memorial 239/439

No 1

MILLYARD, Charles yeoman Adelaide (Gilbert St)1840 Application 19258

MILLYARD, Charles yeoman Adelaide 1843 Memorial 65/59

MILLYARD, Charles dairyman Sanders Creek, died 20/1/1889. Husband of Mary Millyard. Father of John Millyard farmer Springton. Other children mentioned but not described. Estate worth £822 Memorial 158/451

No 1

MILLYARD, James labourer Strathalbyn 1850 Memorial 447/20

MILLYARD, James storekeeper formerly of Mt Blackwood Vic but now of Strathalbyn 1862 Memorial 122/183

MILLYARD, James storekeeper Mt Blackwood Vic, presently residing in Strathalbyn, and about to return to Vic, power of attorney to Donald GOLLAN gentleman Burnside near Strathalbyn, to manage his SA business affairs 1862 Application 5289

No 1

MILLYARD, Thomas William farmer South Rhine Hundred of Bagot land grant 1878 Grant Book 17 Page 232 County Eyre

MILLYARD, Thomas William farmer Sedan 1911 Grant Book 17 Page 251 County Eyre

MILNE, A accountant Gawler 1937 Memorial 140/510

MILNE, Abraham engineer Adelaide 1875 Application 14669

MILNE, Alexander Clerk to the District Council of Munno Para East Gawler, aged 44 in 1926. He had been District Clerk for 12 years Application 27524

MILNE, Clive Gordon wine and spirit merchant North Adelaide 1913 Application 26187

No 1

MILNE, David shoemaker Adelaide 1858 Memorial 117/147

MILNE, David shoemaker Mt Lofty in the New Tiers 1860 Application 1874

MILNE, David cordwainer formerly of Adelaide but now of The New Tiers near Mt Lofty 1861 Memorial 63/180

No 2 - perhaps a continuation from No 1

MILNE, David bush missionary Mt Lofty 1863 Memorial 81/192

MILNE, David minister of the gospel Kingston S-E Co MacDonnell. Trustee School Bordertown (Hundred of Tatiara) allotment land grant 1867 Grant Book 66 Page 68 County Buckingham

MILNE, David Congregational Minister Lacepede Bay 1870 Memorial 132/248

MILNE, David Congregational Minister Kingston Lacepede Bay 1872 Memorial 161/265

MILNE, David Cogregational Minister Bordertown 1877[-1888] Memorial 98/298

MILNE, David Congregational minister Bordertown. Trustee Institute Bordertown Bordertown (Hundred of Tatiara) allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 66 Page 52 County Buckingham

MILNE, David minister of the gospel Bordertown 'on the overland route from Adelaide to Mt Alexander' 1879 Memorial 199/321

MILNE, David Congregational minister formerly of Kingston S-E but now of Bordertown 1897 Memorial 131/430

MILNE, David Congregational minister Bordertown, died 25/9/1910. Husband of Grace Milne. Father of Alfred Ernest Milne Memorial 247/463

No 3 - perhaps a continuation from No 2

MILNE, David farmer Bordertown. Hundred of Tatiara land grant 1877 Grant Book 7 Page 6 County Buckingham

MILNE, DR farmer Bordertown 1924 Memorial 47/492

MILNE, Elizabeth widow Nairne 1927 Application 27601

No 1

MILNE, Ellen formerly STILLWELL widow Kangarilla relict of the late Samuel Henry Milne no description now deceased 1885 Memorial 117/370

MILNE, Ellen widow Goodwood 1888[-1890] Memorial 59/391

No 1

MILNE, George partner in the firm of Milne & Co wine merchants Adelaide, about to depart the province for parts beyond the sea, power of attorney to William MILNE the Younger another partner in the same firm, to manage his SA business affairs 13/6/1884 Deposit 122/1884

MILNE, George wine and spirit merchant Adelaide (Grenfell St) trading under the style or firm as Milne & Co 1889 Memorial 68/398

MILNE, George, Roy Melville Milne and Clive Gordon Milne wine and spirit merchants Adelaide 1910 Memorial 67/463

MILNE, George wine and spirit merchant Adelaide linked with Roy Melville Milne and Clive Gordon Milne mercantile clerks Adelaide 1912 Memorial 43/467

No 2

MILNE, George farmer Tatiara 1886[-1891] Memorial 179/375

MILNE, George farmer Bordertown. Hundred of Tatiara land grant 1899 Grant Book 7 Page 18 County Buckingham

No 3

MILNE, George merchant Adelaide. Trustee Royal Adelaide Golf Club Inc 1929 Memorial 200/500

No 1

MILNE, George Coles Clerk in the Customs Pt Adelaide and Amelia Milne his wife 1849 Memorial 458/17

MILNE, George Coles Esquire HM Customs Pt Adelaide 1851 Memorial 274/34

MILNE, George Coles gentleman late of Adelaide but now of Melbourne Vic 1852 Memorial 350/43

MILNE, George Coles gentleman Adelaide and Amelia Milne his wife 1853 Memorial 412/47

No 1

MILNE, George Melville gentleman Adelaide 1851[-1855] Memorial 359/38

MILNE, George Melville brewer High St, West Maitland NSW, died 11/12/1889, of a sudden attack of apoplexy, aged 61. He was born in Glasgow, Scotland, his parents being William Milne gentleman and Elizabeth nee MACMILLAN. He emigrated to SA first, late 1840s-early 1850s, but then moved to Victoria and NSW early 1850s??. Married in Victoria, aged 30, to Helen Irene WEST. One daughter, Helen Eliza Blanche Milne, aged 29 in 1889. GM Milne likely to ba a relative to Sir William Milne gentleman Adelaide, who said he knew him well 1896 Application 23071

MILNE, J clerk Morgan 1906 Memorial 18/455

No 1

MILNE, James farmer Gilbert River 1855 Memorial 99/90

MILNE, James farme Saddleworth 1855 Memorial 206/90

MILNE, James farmer Saddleworth 1865 Application 6269

MILNE, James JP of Coghill Creek near Marrabel on the Dirty Light 1869 Memorial 3/274

MILNE, James farmer Wirrabara Hundred of Appila land grant 1882 Grant Book 24 Page 509 County Frome

MILNE, James farmer Saddleworth Hundred of Appila land grant 1882 Grant Book 24 Page 510 County Frome

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

No 2

MILNE, James carpenter Mt Barker 1878 Application 16920

MILNE, James carpenter Mt Barker 1878 Application 16920

MILNE, James carpenter Mt Barker 1883 Memorial 51/352

No 1

MILNE, James Gatherreir farmer Woodside 1857 Memorial 148/120

MILNE, James Gatherreir brickmaker North Woodside 1860 Application 1826

No 1

MILNE, John undertaker Mt Barker 1880 Application 20405

No 2

MILNE, John of 37 Exchange Building, Adelaide 1881 Memorial 142/333

MILNE, Joseph mason Strathalbyn 1902 Application 24373

No 1

MILNE, Robert gentleman Adelaide 1839 Memorial 49/4

MILNE, Robert farmer Dry Creek 1850[-1853] Memorial 295/20

MILNE, Robert Esquire Highercombe 1854 Memorial 354/65

MILNE, Robert gentleman Drumminor near Modbury 1865 Memorial 13/202

MILNE, Alison widow Drumminor relict of the late Robert Milne 1866 Application 7889

MILNE, Alison widow Drumminor near Adelaide 1872 Memorial 117/261

MILNE, Alison landowner Modbury 1889 Application 21646

No 2

MILNE, Robert silversmith Gawler 1854[-1860] Memorial 255/78

MILNE, Robert Charles driver 17 Dale St, Pt Adelaide and Kathleen Georgina Milne his wife 1953 Memorial 50/528

No 1

MILNE, Robert Lyon Esquire Thebarton 1846[-1857] Memorial 101/7

MILNE, Robert Lyon gentleman Pt Willunga 1854 Memorial 463/71

MILNE, Robert Lyon Esquire Pt Willunga, power of attorney to Henry GILBERT solicitor Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 24/7/1854 Deposit 228/OA

MILNE, Robert Lyon Esquire Adelaide but at present sojourning at Melbourne Vic 1857[-1858] Memorial 149/130

MILNE, Robert Lyon gentleman formerly of Pt Willunga but now of Melbourne Vic. He paid a Melbourne solicitor, William Upton TRIPP, £3,000 to travel to England to settle RL Milne's SA assets satisfactorily 'for his loss of time occasioned by his absence from his business as attorney and solicitor in Melbourne … besides all travelling expenses and all hotel and other expenses of living and maintenance in England incidental to and in connection with the object of such journey' 1860 Memorial 212/182

MILNE, Robert Lyon Esquire formerly of Melbourne Vic but now of London, Middlesex, England 1862 Memorial 231/182

MILNE, Robert Lyon Esquire of Millunga and also the Portugal Hotel, Fleet St, London, Middlesex, England 1862[-1867] Memorial 43/187

MILNE, Robert Lyon formerly a captain in the British Army formerly of Millunga but now of 5 Bowerie St, Temple, Middlesex, England 1876 Memorial 67/291

MILNE, Samuel Henry no description near Melbourne Vic and Ellen Milne his wife 1883 Application 19673

No 1

MILNE, SA JP farmer Modbury 1909 Memorial 82/462

MILNE, Spencer Alexander farmer Modbury 1928[-1930] Application 27693, Memorial 145/503

MILNE, W telegraph clerk Bordertown 1886 Memorial 145/378

No 1 - the Elder

MILNE, William gentleman Mt Lofty, died 23/4/1895, of chronic inflammatory Bright's disease, 2 days' cerebral apoplexy and uraemic coma, aged 72 Application 26535

MILNE, Dame Eliza of Eurilla Mt Lofty 1896. Widow of Sir William Milne Memorial 8/427

No 2 - the Younger

MILNE, William the Younger wine and spirit merchant Adelaide 1876 Memorial 201/292

MILNE, William the Younger merchant Adelaide 1880 Memorial 121/325

MILNE, William the Younger, George Milne and Henry Archibald PRICE wine and spirit merchants Adelaide (Grenfell St) trading under the style or firm of Milne & Co 1883 Memorial 69/354

MILNE, William formerly the Youger gentleman Palmer Place, North Adelaide, died 14/12/1905 Mt Lofty, of peritonitis and 8 days' pleurisy, aged 56 Application 25214

MILNE, William Somerville Anglican priest Adelaide precentor of St Peter's Cathedral, Adelaide. Trustee St Paul's Adelaide 1909 Memorial 235/461

No 1

MILNER, Alfred carpenter Nailsworth. Enfield Methodist Church trustee 1930 Memorial 30/503

MILNER, Alfred carpenter Nailsworth Enfield Methodist Church trustee 1930. He declared that he had been born in 1872 at Nailsworth and had attended the Enfield Methodist Church and Sunday School from his youth Application 27786

No 1

MILNER, Percy clerk Adelaide 1900 Memorial 84/440

MILNER, Percy company secretary King William St, Adelaide 1929, declared that he was the Secretary to AJ & PA McBride Ltd whose registered offices were at the AMP Chambers, King William St, Adelaide Application 27763

MILNER, Percy Secretary King William St, Adelaide, aged 55 in 1935, declared that he was Secretary to the firm of Messrs AJ and PA MCBRIDE pastoralists in SA Application 27942

No 1

MILNER, William limeburner Nailsworth 1872 Memorial 160/262

MILNER, William lime burner Nailsworth 1886 Application 20994

MILNER, William limeburner Nailsworth 1894 Memorial 47/420

MILNER, William lime burner Nailsworth Enfield Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee 1894 Application 27786

MILNES, Charles of Strathalbyn 1876 Memorial 102/293

No 1

MILNES, Isaac farmer Hundred of Pirie. Trustee Wesleyan Methodist Church Hundred of Pt Pirie Hundred of Pirie land grant 1881 Grant Book 60 Page 296 County Victoria

MILNES, Isaac farmer Appila Co Frome. Hundred of Pirie land grant 1882 Grant Book 60 Page 297 County Victoria

MILNES, Isaac farmer Lower Broughton 1885 Memorial 73/372

MILNES, Isaac farmer Hundred of Pirie 1897 Memorial 102/431

No 1

MILNES, Joseph of Strathalbyn 1853 Memorial 162/50

MILNES, Joseph mason Strathalbyn 1856 Macclesfield Wesleyan Chapel trustee Memorial 299/101

MILNES, Joseph mason Strathalbyn 1860 Memorial 106/168

MILNES, Joseph of Strathalbyn 1860 Application 1454

MILNES, Joseph farmer Strathalbyn. Strathalbyn Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee 1869 Memorial 186/242

MILNES, Joseph gentleman Strathalbyn 1900 Memorial 142/441

MILNES, Sydney salesman Solomontown near Pt Pirie 1912 Memorial 193/467

No 1

MILOCH, Anton butcher Sevenhill 1883 Memorial 80/350

MILOCH, Anthony butcher Sevenhill, died 20/7/1893. His estate to his widow, Theressa Miloch nee TROCHLEPSY. Estate worth £50. Application 27727

MILOCH, Anton butcher Sevenhill, died 20/7/1893. Estate worth £50. He left his estate to his wife, Theressa Miloch nee TROCHLEPSKY. Theresa Miloch died 26/11/1928. She left her estate to her sons, Anthony Miloch salesman Norwood, John Miloch labourer Hindmarsh, and Stanislaus Miloch storekeeper Hindmarsh, in varying shares Application 27727

MILOCH, Theresa widow Sevenhill, died 26/11/1928 Glen Osmond. Mother of Anthony Miloch, John Miloch and Stanislaus Miloch. Executor; Henry MCDONALD builder Clare 1929 Memorial 12/501

MILOVITCH, Antonio shepherd Mannahill Out of Hundreds. Mannahill (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1895 Grant Book 65 Page 184 County Not named

MILROY, Anthony storekeeper Adelaide 1851 Memorial 299/38

MILROY, John agent Pt Augusta 1891 Memorial 43/411

MILSCH, Anthony butcher Sevenhill, died 20/7/1893 intestate. Estate worth £50. Husband of Theresa Milsch nee TROCHLEPSKY. C KOZLOWSKI and Frank Trochlepsky mentioned but not described.

Memorial 161/447

MILSOM, Richard butcher Gawler 1856[-1858] Memorial 257/96

No 1

MILSOM, William labourer Middleton 1855 Memorial 268/90

MILSOM, William yeoman Middleton 1856 Memorial 212/114

No 1

MILTE, Francis farmer Greens Plains 1882 Memorial 238/336

MILTE, Francis farmer Greens Plains. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1884 Grant Book 14 Page 243 County Daly

MILTE, Henry mining prospector Olary linked with the Milte Copper Mining Co Ltd of Pirie St, Adelaide 1889 Memorial 133/396

MILTE, Victor Yestin retired Sevenhill, aged 81 years in 1971, declared he had lived in the area all his life. His son-in-law, Tadeusz KARPINSKI Franklin Harbour and Kimba District Councils' Health and Building Inspector Cowell, aged 54 years in 1971, declared that he had held the job for 2 years. Before that, he had worked for the District Council of Clare for 18 years Application 29774

No 1

MILTON, Arthur John, Walter Haywood Milton and William Compton Milton farmers near Mt Gambier 1902 Memorial 43/446

MILTON, Arthur John grazier Mt Gambier, Walter Heyward Milton farmer Mt Gambier, and Heyward Arthur Milton licensed surveyor Adelaide (Pirie St) 1935 Memorial 65/512

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

MILTON, Benjamin farmer Little Para 1848[-1857] Memorial 342/11

MILTON, Benjamin farmer Hundred of Yatala. Hundred of Pt Adelaide land grant 1854 Grant Book 1 Page 218 County Adelaide

MILTON, Benjamin farmer Dry Creek 1856 Memorial 41/106

MILTON, Benjamin farmer Yatala 1856[-1864] Memorial 30/106

MILTON, Benjamin farmer Little Para Hundred of Grace land grant 1857 Grant Book 27 Page 4 County Gawler

MILTON, Benjamin farmer Hundred of Grace 1859 Application 678

MILTON, Benjamin farmer Lower Light Hundred of Grace land grant 1863 Grant Book 27 Page 14 County Gawler

MILTON, Benjamin the Elder farmer The Light father of John Milton, Benjamin Milton the Younger, Francis Alfred Milton and Philip Milton 1877 Memorial 99/300

MILTON, Frederick William taxation officer Euston Tce, Croydon 1905 Application 25014

MILTON, George and James both of Adelaide 1866 Memorial 212/210

No 1

MILTON, James Keeper of the Public Offices Adelaide 1845[-1854] Memorial 218/5 Hundred of Onkaparinga land grant 1854 Memorial 291/75

MILTON, James office keeper Adelaide 1857[-1871] Hundred of Upper Wakefield land grant Memorial 204/122

MILTON, J Government Offices Adelaide 1866 Application 7686

MILTON, James keeper of the government offices Adelaide and Eliza Milton his wife. Farina (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 65 Page 76 County Not named

No 2

MILTON, James formerly yeoman 1856 but now gentleman Adelaide 1864 Application 5215

MILTON, James 70 widower retired Adelaide married Maria HOWARD 69 widow Pt Elliot [widow of John Howard gardener Unley] , on 11/2/1881 Rev’d John HOTHAM’s home Encounter Bay. Witnesses: Clara J HOWIE of Glenelg and Harriet M HOTHAM of Pt Elliot Application 19496

MILTON, James out of business Unley and Maria Milton his wife formerly Maria HOWARD widow of John Howard gardener Unley 1881 Memorial 141/329

No 3

MILTON, James blacksmith Troubridge Hundred of Melville land grant 1876 Grant Book 19 Page 74 County Fergusson

No 1 - perhaps the same person

MILTON, John butcher Bowden 1850[-1851] Memorial 351/24

MILTON, John farmer Peachey Belt 1854 Memorial 62/63

MILTON, John Edward storekeeper Hindmarsh 1879 Application 17342.7878

MILTON, Josiah gentleman Hindmarsh 1897, declared that he had lived in Hindmarsh for more than 46 years Application 25442.

MILTON, Lloyd contractor Walkerville 1923. Husband of Sarah Maria Milton Application 27143

MILTON, Mary Catherine married woman Panter St, Willaston, died 26/2/1954 Memorial 120/529

No 1

MILTON, William farmer Willaston 1854 Memorial 71/64

No 2

MILTON, William butcher Mt Gambier 1868 Memorial 167/230

No 3

MILTON, William lodging house keeper Mt Gambier 1868 Memorial 183/235

No 4

MILTON, WIlliam farmer Mt Gambier 1869 Memorial 28/243

MILTON,William farmer Compton near Mt Gambier 1877[-1881] Memorial 193/298, Application 18646

MILTON, William farmer Mt Gambier Beachport (Hundred of Rivoli Bay) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 31 Page 283 County Grey

MILTON, William farmer Compton near Mt Gambier, died 7/4/1890. Husband of Mary Elizabeth Milton Memorial 55/406

MILTON, William farmer formerly of Compton near Mt Gambier, died 7/4/1890. He left his entire estate in trust for his wife, Mary Elizabeth Milton, during her lifetime. She died 14/6/1895. The estate had to be sold and the proceeeds to benefit the three living childen - Arthur John Milton, Walter Hayward Milton, and William Compton Milton farmer and grazier Mt Gambier 1911 Application 26006

MILTON, William farmer Compton near Mt Gambier, died 7/4/1890. His wife, Mary Elizabeth Milton, died 14/6/1895. The Miltons had three sons - Arthur John Milton grazier Mt Gambier, Walter Heywood Milton farmer Mt Gambier and William Compton Milton retired farmer Mt Gambier. WC Milton was born 25/9/1870. Likely that Hayward Arthur Milton licensed surveyor Pirie St, Adelaide 1935, was a relative Application 28000

MILTON, Mary Elizabeth widow of the late William Milton grazier, died 15/6/1895 Memorial 169/427

No 1

MILTON, William Compton grazier Compton near Mt Gambier 1912 Memorial 198/467

MILTON, William Compton farmer Mt Gambier 1934 Application 27949

MILTON, William Compton retired farmer Mt Gambier 1935 Memorial 65/512

MILTON, William Compton formerly farmer and grazier near Mt Gambier but now out of business Mt Gambier 1944 Memorial 7/518

No 1

MILTON, William Henry farmer Hindmarsh 1873 Memorial 195/271

MILTON, William Henry farmer Warnertown. Warnertown (Hundred of Napperby) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 60 Page 417 County Victoria

No 2

MILTON, William Henry labourer Willaston and Mary Catherine Milton his wife 1908 Memorial 214/459

MILTON, William Henry carter Willaston nr Gawler 1914 Application 26411

MILTON, William Henry sand carter Panter St, Willaston, aged 70 in 1947, declared that he had lived at that address for 44 years Application 28565

No 1

MILWAY, George brickmaker Littlehampton 1852[-1857] Memorial 306/41

MILWAY, George storekeeper Littlehampton 1855 Memorial 6/85

MILWAY, George storekeeper Littlehampton 1859 Application 456

MILWAY, George storekeeper Littlehampton 1864 Application 7589

MILWAY, Oliver JP of Noarlunga 1899 Memorial 33/437

No 1

MILWAY, Oliver Russell bootmaker Noarlunga 1881 Application 18484

MILWAY, Oliver Russell storekeeper McLaren Vale 1895 Memorial 143/424

MILWAY, OR postmaster Morphett Vale 1923 Memorial 172/488

MILWAY, Oliver Russell out of business Morphett Vale aged 78 in 1935, declared that he was a son of Oliver Milway out of business Noarlunga, who died 16/6/1914. Other children included Arthur Milway, William Henry Milway and Mary Catherine Milway Application 27979

MIMS, CC secretary Adelaide Club 1932 Memorial 195/505

No 1 - probably the same person

MINARD, John labourer Prospect 1853 Memorial 228/58

MINARD, John labourer Islington 1854[-1867] Memorial 197/65 Beverley Primitive Methodist Chapel trustee 1855 Memorial 131/94

No 2

MINARD, John farmer Mt Barker 1865 Memorial 16/201

No 3

MINARD, John labourer Adelaide 1870 Application 10509

MINCHAM, Frederick William driller Echunga. Hundred of Kuitpo land grant 1926 Grant Book 2 Page 106 County Adelaide

MINCHAM, John Wesley contractor Currency Creek 1880[-1883] Memorial 92/327, Application 19963

MINCHAM, Michael labourer Adelaide (Sturt St) 1839 Application 20469

No 1

MINCHAM, William painter and glazier Adelaide 1838 Enrolment 57/3, Application 6349

MINCHAM, William farmer Wesleyville near Mt Barker 1842 Memorial 78/2

MINCHAM, William formerly painter Adelaide but now farmer Echunga Creek 1842 Memorial 38/11

MINCHAM, William plumber Echunga 1854 Memorial 136/66

MINCHAM, William farmer Echunga 1856 Echunga Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee Memorial 333/101

MINCHAM, William farmer Echunga 1856 Macclesfield Wesleyan Chapel trustee Memorial 299/101

MINCHAM, W Clerk to the Echunga District Council Echunga 1859 Memorial 164/148

MINCHAM, William Frederick Mitchell farmer Echunga 1947, declared that he had been born in 1885 at Echunga and had lived there all his life with the exception of 5 years Application 28448

No 1

MINCHIN, Alfred Corker clerk North Adelaide Balaklava township allotment land grant 1875 Grant Book 26 Page 214 County Gawler

MINCHIN, Alfred Corker clerk North Adelaide Minlaton township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 19 Page 197 County Fergusson

MINCHIN, Alfred Corker clerk North Adelaide Co Adelaide. Warnertown (Hundred of Napperby) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 60 Page 415 County Victoria

MINCHIN, Alfred Corker gentleman Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of Pirie land grant 1881 Grant Book 60 Page 296 County Victoria

No 1

MINCHIN, Ernest gentleman Adelaide 1875 Memorial 76/288

MINCHIN, Ernest gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now of Kooringa 1876 Memorial 122/289

MINCHIN, Ernest W bank clerk National Bank Kooringa 1874 Memorial 108/278

No 1

MINCHIN, Henry Paul Esquire Pt Lincoln 1855 Memorial 426/92

MINCHIN, Henry Paul Esquire formerly of Pt Lincoln but now of Mt Remarkable 1858 Memorial 40/145

MINCHIN, Henry Paul gentleman Mt Remarkable Hundred of Wongyarra land grant 1858 Grant Book 23 Page 82 County Frome

MINCHIN, Henry Paul stipendiary magistrate Melrose 1859 Memorial 164/157

MINCHIN, Henry Paul Esquire Melrose 1860 Application 1040

MINCHIN, Henry Paul of Veerajender Pitt Coorg, Madras Presidency, India. Orders to Messrs Green & Wadham auctioneers Adelaide to sell all his SA real estate 1862 Memorial 176/183

No 1

MINCHIN, John farmer Adelaide 1876 Memorial 157/294

MINCHIN, John [formerly farmer Adelaide but now] carter and dealer Yatala Vale 1878 Memorial 151/306

MINCHIN, John farmer Adelaide 1883 Application 19706

No 1

MINCHIN, Michael yeoman Adelaide 1848 Memorial 393/11

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

MINCHIN, Michael yeoman Black Forest 1848 Memorial 459/11

MINCHIN, Michael farmer Black Forest near Adelaide mid 1850 Memorial 368/22

MINCHIN, Michael yeoman The Sturt River 1850 Memorial 359/22

No 3 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

MINCHIN, Michael yeoman Lizard Lodge O'Halloran Hill 1849 Memorial 69/15

MINCHIN, Michael farmer Green Hill Slip near Flagstaff Hill 1852 Memorial 163/43

MINCHIN, Michael farmer Tapley Hill 1853[-1858] Memorial 67/61

No 1

MINCK, Hans storekeeper Stockwell 1857[-1858] Memorial 18/121

MINCK, Hans postmaster Stockwell 1860 Memorial 118/169

MINCK, Hans storekeeper formerly of Greenock Creek but now of Stockwell 1861 Memorials 7 & 8/180

MINCK, Hans storekeeper Greenock 1865[-1874] Memorial 131/208

MINCK, Hans storekeeper Greenock, died c1874. He left his entire estate to his wife, Susan Minck, with the wish that if ever she should remarry, to ‘take care by a proper marriage settlement to provide for her property then in her possession out of my inheritance to be settled upon trust for the benefit of our children during her marriage and eventually for the benefit of herself if she again should become a widow’ Application 21470

MINCK, Susannah widow Greenock 1879[-1888] Memorial 81/319

MINEHEAD, M clerk Adelaide 1873 Memorial 211/264

No 1

MINERS, Thomas farmer Staughton Village 1854 Memorial 190/62

MINERS, Thomas blacksmith Strathalbyn 1859[-1862] Memorial 230/148

MINERS, Thomas blacksmith Woodchester 1863 Application 4665.

MINERS, Thomas farmer Woodchester 1877 Memorial 37/302

MINERS (not MINORS), Thomas formerly farmer Woodchester but now gentleman Payneham 1887 Memorial 25/383

No 1 - perhaps the same person

MINES, John gardener Campbelltown 1900 Application 24065

MINES, John William gardener Campbelltown 1918 Application 26713

No 1

MINGE, Johann August farmer Lyndoch 1854 Memorial 242/77

MINGE, Johann August farmer Schönborn near Lyndoch Valley 1894 Application 22662

MINGE, Johann Friedrich farmer Lyndoch. St John's Lutheran Church Lyndoch trustee 1927 Memorial 37/498

MINHARD, LG proclaimed bank manager Pt Lincoln 1930 Memorial 153/503

MINHARD, Miriam Emma Howard married woman formerly of Pt Lincoln but now of 115 George St, Norwood 1950 Memorial 57/525

No 1

MINIFIE, William Allen gentleman Adelaide 1850 Memorial 421/19 MINIFIE, William Allen maltster Thebarton late 1850 Memorial 52/27

MINIFIE, William Allen earthernware dealer Adelaide, about to leave the province for a time, power of attorney to Charles ROWLAND accountant Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 19/8/1852 Deposit 45/OA

MINIFIE, William Allen general dealer Adelaide (Hindley St) 1852[-1853] Memorial 279/51

No 1

MINIHAN, Michael contractor Woodville 1872[-1876] Memorial 51/261

MINIHAN, Michael contractor linked with Patrick Minihan blacksmith both of Woodville 1876 Memorial 248/290

MINIHAN, Michael contractor Woodville 1890 Memorial 238/401

MINIHAN, Mary widow Woodville 1888. Mother of Annie HANRAHAN wife of John Hanrahan labourer Woodville Memorial 120/400

MINIHAN, Nora of Norwood 1869 Application 9778

No 1

MINIHAN, Patrick blacksmith Woodville 1857[-1876] Memorial 136/122

MINIHAN, Patrick blacksmith Woodville, died 18/10/1884. He could not write. He left his estate to his wife, Mary Minihan. Estate worth £200. Mary Minihan widow Woodville, died 13/8/1889 Adelaide. She left her cow Beauty to her daughter Ellen BEGGS wife of John Beggs carter Woodville, her cow Cherry to her son Michael Minihan contractor Woodville. Other bequests to these two children, plus daughter Annie HANRAHAN wife of John Hanrahan labourer Woodville, another daughter Catherine Hanrahan wife of William Hanrahan labourer Broken Hill NSW and granddaughter Mary Minihan Application 22528

MINKE, Wilhelm labourer Lobethal 1873 Application 13066

MINKWITZ, Gottfried labourer Hahndorf 1885 Application 20589

No 1 – the Elder

MINKWITZ, Wilhelm blacksmith Hahndorf. Member St John German Protestant Church Hahndorf 1859 Memorial 301/153

MINKWITZ, Wilhelm the Elder blacksmith Hahndorf 1905 Memorial 116/453

MINN, Richard farmer Upper Sturt 1858 Memorial 62/135

MINNE, Ernst August farmer Pinnaroo. Hundred of Parilla land grant 1910 Grant Book 12 Page 96 County Chandos

No 1

MINNE, Ferdinand gentleman Adelaide 1858 Memorial 116/137

MINNE, Ferdinand gentleman Lyndoch Valley 1860 Memorial 247/164

MINNE, Ferdinand farmer Lyndoch Valley 1862 Memorial 293/183

MINNEY, Joseph labourer Kangarilla. Hundred of Kuitpo land grant 1896 Grant Book 2 Page 95 County Adelaide

No 1

MINNITT, David Fletcher Esquire Melbourne Vic 1855 Memorial 439/90

MINNITT, David Fletcher sheep farmer Gamea, New Caledonia, power of attorney to Harry TURNER and Jabez Edwin THOMAS accountants Grenfell St, Adelaide, to sell his SA real estate 2/11/1883 Deposit 14/1884

No 1

MINNS, John Curtain land agent Adelaide Co Adelaide. Willowie township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 24 Page 575 County Frome

MINNS, John Curtin agent Adelaide Co Adelaide. Stephenson (Hundred of Palmer) township allotment land grant 1879 Grant Book 49 Page 96 County Newcastle

MINNS, John Curtain commission agent Adelaide Co Adelaide. Trustee unnamed Chapel Hundred of Wandearah Hundred of Wandearah land grant 1879 Grant Book 60 Page 325 County Victoria

MINOGUE, Darby labourer Bowden 1853[-1854] Memorial 182/47

No 1

MINSHAM, Michael yeoman Black Forest 1843[-1849] Memorial 160/26

MINSHAM, Michael yeoman Adelaide 1848 Memorial 393/11

MINSHAM, Michael yeoman in the vicinity of the Sturt River 1850 Memorial 359/22

MINSHAM, Michael yeoman Edwardstown 1857 Memorial 45/125

MINSON, Charles Stanley Assistant Manager Elder's Trustee & Executor Co, 37 Currie St, Adelaide 1955 Application 29108

MINTON, Hannah widow of Norwood but at present residing in England 1855 Memorial 254/84

MIOSEK, Phillip butcher Walkerville 1908 Application 25517

MISKIN, Ellen widow Stanley Flat Co Stanley [Mrs John Miskin nee Ellen DONNELLY]. Jamestown (Hundred of Belalie) township allotment land grant 1873 Grant Book 60 Page 137 County Victoria

MISKIN, James labourer Pt Adelaide 1855[-1856] Memorial 416/86

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

MITCH, Andrew waterman Pt Adelaide 1856 Memorial 26/102

MITCH, Andrew carter and water carrier Pt Adelaide, died 12/12/1858 intestate of dysentery, aged 38. His eldest son, James Mitch, born 5/9/1858 Liverpool, Lancs, England, now carter Pt Adelaide 1883, inherited his estate as heir at law. Another son called Andrew Mitch the Younger carter Pt Adelaide another son. The widow, Mary Mitch, remarried to John DAVIES carter Pt Adelaide in 1860. Mary Davies formerly Mitch died 21/9/1883. She had lost the deeds to this property in a fire which broke out in her second husband’s home on North Parade in 1862, and destroyed many of the furnishings etc 1883 Application 19970

MITCH, Andrew contractor Glanville 1887 Application 21239

No 1

MITCHELL, Abraham railway overseer Kingston S-E 1883 Memorial 145/349

MITCHELL, Abraham railway overseer formerly of Kingston S-E 1895 Memorial 15/426

No 1

MITCHELL, Alexander stockholder Mt Gambier 1854[-1860] Memorial 384/73, Application 1727

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

MITCHELL, Alexander publican Mt Gambier died 5/4/1864. Husband of Helen Mitchell Application 17960

MITCHELL, Alexander licensed victualler Mt Gambier, died c1864. He directed his executors to sell his real estate to create a trust fund from which to pay Christina Mitchell an £80 annuity for her lifetime. Half of the annual income of the trust fund to go to his wife, Helen Mitchell, during her widowhood, then one third of the annual income if she remarried. After her death, the trust fund to be divided equally amongst the testator's children Memorial 219/194

MITCHELL, Alexander licensed victualler Mt Gambier, died 5/4/1864. Frank GILES the Younger of the Indian Civil Service, but presently of the Eaast India United Service Club, St James’s Square, Westminster, Middlesex, England, as one of the next of kin, claimed an interest in the estate. His father, Francis Giles the Elder, had apparently signed away his rights for £191/15/-, which he had no authority to do. Frank Giles the Younger was 21 on 31/5/1871. Power of attorney to Ayers & Ayers solicitors Waymouth St, Adelaide, ‘to demand by all legal and effectual means, recover and receive … all real and personal property moneys goods chattels effects and things … belonging to me … under the will of the said Alexander Mitchell’. 13/12/1883 Deposit 85/1885

MITCHELL, Alexander licensed victualler Mt Gambier died c1863. He left £500 (half the estate) to his only child (unnamed), who had died before its father. Will had not been changed. Therefore, A Mitchell’s sister, Joanna, wife of John MACCORMICK of Copenhagen, Denmark, inherited as heir at law. They appointed George MITCHELL stockman Mt Gambier as their attorney to send on the bequest ‘in good and solid bills of exchange’. William McCORMICK civil engineer 22 Cambridge Tce Hyde Park, Middlesex, nephew to Alexander Mitchell, and Francis GILES civil engineer 42 Blomfield Road, Maida Hill, Middlesex, claimed a part of the estate for Giles’s sons, Frank Giles and Peter Mitchell Giles. Power of attorney to AW McGREGOR Manager of the National Bank of Australasia Mt Gambier and Edmund Mackenzie YOUNG Manager of the Adelaide branch of the same bank, to act to procure an entitlement of the estate for them 24/11/1865 Deposit 21/1867

No 3

MITCHELL, Alexander carpenter Strathalbyn 1855 Memorial 478/91

No 4

MITCHELL, Alexander blacksmith Light River 1861[-1865] Memorial 166/174

MITCHELL, Alexander blacksmith Marrabel on the Dirty Light 1865 Application 5912

MITCHELL, Alexander farmer Marrabel 1871 Application 11540

MITCHELL, Alexander formerly blacksmith of the Light 1860 but now blacksmith and farmer Marrabel 1872 Application 12012

MITCHELL, Alexander farmer Mt Sly Yarcowie. Hundred of Whyte land grant 1878 Grant Book 60 Page 54 County Victoria

MITCHELL, Alexander farmer Marrabel on the Dirty Light Co Light. Hundred of Whyte land grant 1880[-1884] Grant Book 60 Page 56 County Victoria

No 5

MITCHELL, Alexander farmer Balaklava 1896 Memorial 63/427

No 6

MITCHELL, Alex JP storekeeper Yankalilla 1951 Memorial 69/526

MITCHELL, Alexander storekeeper Yankalilla and Mabel Eva Mitchell his wife 1958 Application 29284

No 1

MITCHELL, Alfred and William yeomen Yankalilla 185O[-1853] Memorial 44/58

MITCHELL, Alfred married Maria SELWAY on 4/8/1849 Long Sutton parish church Somerset, England. The Mitchells emigrated to SA. Alfred Mitchell farmer Yankalilla, died 5/8/1853 intestate, of dysentery, agd 28. His eldest son, George Mitchell, born 4/3/1852, inherited his estate as heir at law. By 1901, he was a farmer at Torrens Vale. His mother, Maria Mitchell, remarried 4/4/1854, to Samuel LITHLEY farmer Torrens Vale, with whom the son of her first marriage lived. She could not write Application 24132

No 1

MITCHELL, Alfred James gardener Williamstown. Hundred of Barossa land grant 1942 Grant Book 2 Page 57 County Adelaide

MITCHELL, Alfred James out of business Williamstown 1953 Memorial 62/528

No 1

MITCHELL, Alpheus bootcloser Adelaide (Waymouth St) 1872 Application 12163

MITCHELL, Alpheus butcher Cradock 1885 Memorial 18/372

MITCHELL, Alpheus butcher Cradock Cradock (Hundred of Wirreanda) township allotment land grant 1885 Grant Book 28 Page 30 County Granville

MITCHELL, Amelia widow Terowie 1881[-1886] Memorial 193/330

No 1

MITCHELL, Andrew farmer Craigdarroch near Inverbrackie 1865 Memorial 179/207

MITCHELL, Mary wife of Andrew Mitchell Craigdarroch near Woodside, died 3/9/1880, of consumption, aged 50 Application 19212

MITCHELL, Andrew gentleman Craigdarroch near Woodside father of the late James Mitchell an infant under the age of nine years, Agnes Mitchell an infant under the age of 2 years and David Mitchell an infant under the age of one year 1881 Memorials 110-112/333

MITCHELL, Andrew formerly farmer Craigdarroch near Woodside but now out of business Hyde Park 1910. Linked with Robert Mitchell farmer near Woodside Application 25774

No 2

MITCHELL, Andrew farmer Yarcowie. Hundred of Whyte land grant 1880 Grant Book 60 Page 56 County Victoria

No 3

MITCHELL, Andrew farmer Terowie 1883[-1885] Memorials 180/346 & 66/369

MITCHELL, Ann widow Gouger St, Adelaide 1878 Memorial 36/307

MITCHELL, Archibald labourer Napperby. Warnertown (Hundred of Napperby) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 60 Page 416 County Victoria

MITCHELL, Archie Robert formerly labourer Clarendon but now manufacturer New Hindmarsh linked with Frank Ronald Mitchell formerly blacksmith but now builder Clarendon and Walter John Mitchell poultry farmer Clarendon 1948 Memorial 46/523

MITCHELL, Arthur Vaughan Moses farmer Wauraltee 1955 Memorial 188/529

No 1

MITCHELL, Barry Frank police constable Clarendon and Marlene Glenys Mitchell married woman Clarendon linked with Archie Robert Mitchell formerly labourer Clarendon but now manufacturer New Hindmarsh and Frank Ronald Mitchell builder Clarendon 1960 Memorial 36/533

MITCHELL, Barry Frank formerly dairy farmer Clarendon, but now farmer Kingston S-E and Marlene Glenys Mitchell his wife 1963 Memorial 23/534

MITCHELL, Brunswick Popham farmer Belalie East. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1880 Grant Book 60 Page 424 County Victoria

No 1

MITCHELL, Caleb farmer Clarendon 1869[-1870] Memorial 91/245

MITCHELL, Caleb farmer Clarendon 1884 Application 20072

MITCHELL, Cecil James farmer Kybunga and Ann Dawson Mitchell his wife 1946 Memorial 177/519, Application 28453

MITCHELL, Charles labourer near Kangarilla. Hundred of Kuitpo land grant 1899 Grant Book 2 Page 95 County Adelaide

MITCHELL, Colin farmer Pinnaroo. Hundred of Pinnaroo land grant 1926 Grant Book 12 Page 54 County Chandos

No 1

MITCHELL, Cornelius Butler gentleman Adelaide 1860[-1862] Memorial 50/166

MITCHELL, Cornelius Butler warehouseman Adelaide 1868 Application 9403.

MITCHELL, Cyprus farmer Belalie North Co Victoria. Hundred of Coomooroo land grant 1883 Book 13 Page 263 County Dalhousie

MITCHELL, David Douglas of Hammond Hundred of Moockra Co Frome 1888[-1893] Memorial 27/391

MITCHELL, Donald house carpenter Halifax Nova Scotia, Canada, power of attorney to George MITCHELL farmer Mt Gambier, to claim such portion of the estate as may be due to him from the will of his brother, Alexander MITCHELL yeoman Mt Gambier 7/11/1865. On 12/4/1866, he appointed WE BURTON solicitor Mt Gambier, to be his attorney in the same matter Deposits 197/1866 & 22/1867

MITCHELL, Duncan farmer Blairvochie, near Luss, Co Dumbarton, Scotland, power of attorney to John BADCOCK Esquire Manager of the Bank of NSW in Melbourne, to ascertain what was his share of his brother Walter MITCHELL’s estate, formerly of Mt Gambier, late of Portland Vic, who died 10/7/1868, and convert it into cash for transfer to Scotland 20/1/1869. Another brother, John Mitchell, was to share the estate, after the deceased’s friend, Maria TOOKE, wife of Joseph Tooke of Porland, received £100 Deposit 107/1869

No 1

MITCHELL, Edward yeoman North Adelaide 1850 Memorial 167/25

No 2

MITCHELL, Edward yeoman Clarendon 1851[-1855] Memorial 95/33

MITCHELL, Edward farmer Clarendon 1857 Memorial 284/126

No 3

MITCHELL, Edward draper Adelaide (Hindley St) 1852[-1856] Memorial 205/39

MITCHELL, Edward draper Adelaide (Hindley St). Hundred of Munno Para land grant 1852 Grant Book 1 Page 110 County Adelaide

MITCHELL, Edward formerly draper Adelaide (Hindley St) but now stockholder Swan Reach Murray River 1860 Memorial 200/166

MITCHELL, Edward sheep farmer Adelaide 1858 Memorial 80/134

MITCHELL, Edward stockholder Swan Reach Station Murray River 1859 Memorial 295/157

MITCHELL, Edward [formerly sheepfarmer Adelaide but now] stockholder Beckwith 1861 Application 2279

MITCHELL, Edward of Lyttleton, New Zealand, formerly of Adelaide, power of attorney to William LETCHFORD land agent Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 5/12/1863 Deposit 62/1864

MITCHELL, Edward gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now of Lyttleton New Zealand 1864 Memorial 107/194

MITCHELL, Edward formerly draper Adelaide but now gentleman Christchurch New Zealand 1885 Memorial 52/368

No 1

MITCHELL, Edward William East farmer Point Sturt 1885[-1886] Memorial 135/370

MITCHELL, Edward William farmer formerly of Point Sturt but now of Prospect Hill 1893 Application 22506

MITCHELL, Ernest Leslie mercantile clerk Solomontown near Pt Pirie 1912 Memorial 193/467

MITCHELL, FO Manager for Dalgety & Co Ltd Kooringa 1916 Application 27690.

MITCHELL, Francis James accountant North Adelaide 1853 Memorial 58/47

MITCHELL, Frank Ronald farmer Clarendon 1942 Application 28330

No 1

MITCHELL, Frederick Esquire Glen Forbes [Morphett Vale] 1840 By 1844 settled as a farmer on Sections 803 and 817 Survey C Hope Hill [Oak Hill] on the Onkaparinga Rd (Perhaps in the vicinity of Morphett Vale??), which he received as land grants in 1840. By 1858 farmer Sandhurst Vic Application 29627

MITCHELL, Frederick farmer Hope Hill [Oak Hill] Onkaparinga Road 1845[-1855] Memorial 206/5 Property called Oak Hill Farm [correct name for for Hope Hill Farm Observer 13/1/1855 p12g.] 1847 Memorial 92/9

MITCHELL, Frederick farmer formerly of Hope Hill on the Onkaparinga Road [probably Sections 803 & 817 Survey C] but now of Sandhurst Vic 1860 Memorial 18/162

No 2

MITCHELL, Frederick farmer Mt Crawford, and Jane Mitchell his wife, nee Jane EAST of Chain of Ponds 1852 Memorial 363/41

No 1 - Frederick William Mitchell

MITCHELL, Frederick farmer Point Sturt 1859[-1864] Memorial 79/162

MITCHELL, Frederick William farmer formerly of North Adelaide 1856 but now of Point Sturt 1872 Application 12115

MITCHELL, Frederick William farmer Point Sturt 1884 Memorial 27/363

MITCHELL, Jane widow Point Sturt 1886 Memorial 76/382

No 1

MITCHELL, George storeman Adelaide (Roper St) 1870 Memorial 185/248

No 2

MITCHELL, George stonemason Portland Estate 1873 Memorial 241/267

No 3

MITCHELL, George drover Clarendon. Clarendon Baptist Chapel trustee 1875 Memorial 91/283

No 4

MITCHELL, George farmer Yankalilla 1882 Memorial 80/346

MITCHELL, George farmer Yankalilla, died 4/6/1938. Trustees - Alfred William Mitchell farmer Mintaro and Samuel Fred Mitchell labourer 51 Barham St, Lancaster near Hindmarsh Memorial 124/512

MITCHELL, George farmer Torrens Vale 1909 Memorial 122/460

No 5

MITCHELL, George storekeeper Norwood 1894 Application 22717

MITCHELL, George Alfred farmer Hundred of Menzies 1886 Memorial 63/379

No 1

MITCHELL, Helen widow Mt Gambier relict of the late John Mitchell formerly licensed victualler Mt Gambier now deceased 1866[-1867] Memorial 223/216

MITCHELL, Helen widow Hedley Park Mt Gambier 1876 Memorial 90/295

No 1

MITCHELL, Henry butcher formerly of Baker St, Enfield, Middlesex, England but now of Adelaide, son of Mary Mitchell nee DYER and nephew of Elizabeth DYER spinster Rufford’s Row, St Mary Islington, Middlesex, England 1848. His aunt gave him her land grant Section 494 Survey B beside the Torrens River, and Town Acre 256 in Adelaide ‘out of natural love and affection’ Memorials 406/16 & 293/74

No 2

MITCHELL, Henry electroplater Adelaide 1881 Memorial 206/333

MITCHELL, Hugh labourer Pt Adelaide 1865[-1870] Memorial 291/202

MITCHELL, H Flinders articled law clerk to Samuel James Mitchell solicitor Adelaide (Queen's Chambers, Pirie St) 1908 Memorial 232/45

MITCHELL, Isaac labourer Bowden 1853 Memorial 13/57

MITCHELL, Isabel Agnes spinster Point Sturt 1983 Memorial 233/417

No 1 - perhaps the same person

MITCHELL, Horace Leonard farmer late of HM Imperial Forces but now of the Pompoota Training Farm 1919 Application 26748

MITCHELL, Horace farmer Yankalilla 1938 Application 28157

No 1 - probably the same person

MITCHELL, Jacob yeoman Mt Barker 1855 Memorial 479/91

MITCHELL, Jacob farmer Mt Barker 1861 Memorial 263/176

No 1

MITCHELL, James farmer Reedbeds 1850 Memorial 333/19

MITCHELL, James farmer Gawler 1854 Memorial 255/69

MITCHELL, James farmer Gawler River linked with William Mitchell farmer Riverton 1893 Application 22573

No 2

MITCHELL, James farmer Gawler West and Isabella Mitchell his wife 1891 Memorial 115/409

MITCHELL, Isabella widow formerly of Gawler West but now of Croydon, relict of the late James Mitchell formerly farmer Gawler West now deceased 1911 Memorial 32/465

No 2

MITCHELL, James draper Adelaide in partnership with Herbert Lester (next to or in Clark Buildings on the north side of Hindley St) 1851 Memorial 429/29

MITCHELL, James draper Adelaide (Hindley St) 1851 Memorial 344/36

MITCHELL, James of Adelaide 1858 nephew to the late Peter MCNICOL formerly draper Adelaide deceased, and son of Ann Mitchell the eldest daughter then living of James Scott YOUNG draper Adelaide partner of the late Peter McNicol Memorial 161/143

No 3

MITCHELL, James farmer Dry Creek 1853 Memorial 210/57

No 4

MITCHELL, James farmer Nairne 1858[-1860] Memorial 114/136

No 5

MITCHELL, James farmer Gawler River Hundred of Saddleworth land grant 1859 Grant Book 44 Page 329 County Light

No 6

MITCHELL, James draper Mt Gambier Hundred of Gambier land grant 1859 Grant Book 30 Page 92 County Grey

MITCHELL, James farmer Mt Gambier, had died by 1903. Executors – David and William Mitchell farmers near Mt Gambier Grant Book 30 Page 129 County Grey

No 7

MITCHELL, James clerk Pt Adelaide 1865 Application 6557

MITCHELL, James shipping agent Pt Adelaide 1872[-1875] Memorial 217/259

No 1

MITCHELL, James Drysdale clerk Adelaide 1894 Memorial 42/423

MITCHELL, James Drysdale clerk formerly of Adelaide but now of Kalgoorlie WA 1906 Memorial 164/456

MITCHELL, James Drysdale clerk formerly of Adelaide 1893 but now of Kalgoorlie WA 1906 Application 26137

MITCHELL, James John teacher Owen 1881 Memorial 242/336

MITCHELL, James McNicol farmer Mt Gambier Hundred of Grey land grant 1891 Grant Book 30 Page 336 County Grey

MITCHELL, James Stewart farmer Belalie. Hundred of Whyte land grant 1878 Grant Book 60 Page 54 County Victoria

MITCHELL, James Thomas engineer Montrose Ave, Norwood. Norwood Methodist Church trustee 1912 Memorial 40/467

MITCHELL, Jane spinster Kanmantoo 1858 Memorial 199/138

MITCHELL, Jessie Logan widow Naracoorte [relict of William Francis Mitchell formerly labourer Naracoorte but now deceased] Hundred of Naracoorte land grant 1874 Grant Book 50 Page 104 County Robe

No 1

MITCHELL, John miner Burra Burra Mines 1848[-1855] Memorial 321/20

MITCHELL, John yeoman Murray District [probably somewhere in the vicinity of the Lakes] 1855 Memorial 175/91

MITCHELL, John formerly miner Burra but now farmer Poltalloch 1860 Memorial 339/167

MITCHELL, John farmer Poltalloch Hundred of Blanche land grant 1860 Grant Book 30 Page 56 County Grey

MITCHELL, John farmer Compton Mt Gambier Hundred of Blanche land grant 1861 Grant Book 30 Page 56 County Grey

No 2 - likely to be the same person

MITCHELL, John miner Kooringa 1850 Application 9591

MITCHELL, John farmer Fifth Creek near Adelaide 1853[-1871] Memorial 12/48

MITCHELL, John and William farmers Gwennap Vale 1854 Memorial 69/62

MITCHELL, John farmer Gwennap Vale 1857 Memorial 139/122

MITCHELL, John and William farmers Fourth Creek 1856 [Fifth Creek in Memorial 99/111] Memorial 98/111

MITCHELL, John and William farmers Fifth Creek 1862 Memorial 194/278

MITCHELL, John formerly miner Kooringa 1850 but now farmer Fifth Creek near Adelaide 1868. Linked with William Mitchell farmer Magill Application 9591

MITCHELL, John carpenter Adelaide, died 6/1/1880 intestate. Letters of administration to his wife, Grace Sophia Mitchell, to settle the estate Memorial 82/321

MITCHELL, Grace Sophia widow Glen Osmond Road, near Adelaide, 1898 relict of John Mitchell farmer Fifth Creek, who died 6/1/1880 Goodwood. Family (all born at Fifth Creek) - John Henry Mitchell, born 26/5/1857, presently of Clarence Park 1898; Louisa Mitchell, born 11/9/1858, presently of Glen Osmond Road 1898; William Mitchell, born 21/4/1862, presently of Adelaide; Albert Francis Searl Mitchell, born 19/3/1869, presently of Clarence Park 1898; Mary Jane Mitchell, born 4/10/1855, died 20/4/1879 Goodwood Application 23604

No 3

MITCHELL, John labourer Adelaide 1854 Memorial 324/79

MITCHELL, John miner formerly of Adelaide but now of Mt Pleasant Ballarat Vic 1859 Memorial 311/154

MITCHELL, John formerly labourer Adelaide 1854 but now farmer Barossa 1865 Application 6476

No 4 - likely to be the same person

MITCHELL, John merchant's clerk Gawler 1858[-1860] Memorial 63/138

MITCHELL, John clerk to DUFFIELD & TURNER (perhaps Gawler??) 1858 Memorial 291/147

MITCHELL, John merchant's clerk Gawler South 1860 Memorial 74/163

MITCHELL, John merchant Gawler 1865 Application 6184

MITCHELL, John miller Gawler 1867 Memorial 131/221

MITCHELL, John merchant Gawler 1874 Application 13731

MITCHELL, John of Gawler 1880 Memorial 113/322

MITCHELL, John merchant Gawler 1882 Memorial 81/343

MITCHELL, John merchant Gawler, died 18/6/1884. He left his estate in trust to his wife, Elizabeth Mitchell, during her widowhood, and then in certain proportions to his unnamed children and his adopted daughter and niece, Agnes WILSON. The testator's sons, Andrew Mitchell accountant Gawler and John Mitchell merchant Gawler, were trustees Memorial 5/372

No 5

MITCHELL, John the Younger clerk to WM SANDFORD solicitor Adelaide 1861 Memorial 254/173

MITCHELL, John the Younger clerk to Messrs SANDFORD & KEPERT solicitors Adelaide 1863[-1866] Memorial 47/188

No 6

MITCHELL, John farmer The Light 1865 Application 5912

MITCHELL, John butcher Marrabel 1865 Application 5912

MITCHELL, John, Thomas and William butchers Marrabel on the Dirty Light 1866 Memorial 148/208

MITCHELL, John butcher Marrabel on the Dirty Light and Thomas Mitchell licensed victualler Hamilton on the Light. business partners, became bankrupts in 1866 Memorial 231/218

No 7 - perhaps the same person

MITCHELL, John yeoman Kensington and Mary Mitchell his wife formerly Mary NEWSOM/NEWSON 1867[-1876] Memorial 66/222

MITCHELL, John storeman Kensington 1887 Application 21288

MITCHELL, Mary formerly NEWSEN, Mary widow Kensington 1862 now wife of John Mitchell labourer Kensington. The Mitchells married on 3/7/1876 Application 16359

No 8

MITCHELL, John corn merchant Adelaide Co Adelaide. Georgetown (Hundred of Bundaleer) township allotment land grant 1873 Grant Book 60 Page 76 County Victoria

No 9

MITCHELL, John farmer Compton S-E Hundred of Naracoorte land grant 1875 Grant Book 50 Page 105 County Robe

No 10

MITCHELL, John law clerk Pt Adelaide 1876 Memorial 204/287

No 11

MITCHELL, John saddler Kadina. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1878 Grant Book 14 Page 234 County Daly

No 12

MITCHELL, John and Richard farmers Riverton 1878 Application 16632

No 13

MITCHELL, John farmer Williamstown Co Adelaide. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1879 Grant Book 14 Page 237 County Daly

No 14

MITCHELL, John farmer South Inkerman trustee unnamed Wesleyan Methodist Chapel Hundred of Inkerman Hundred of Inkerman land grant 1886 Grant Book 27 Page 146 County Gawler

MITCHELL, John farmer Hundred of Inkerman 1887 Memorial 217/381

No 15

MITCHELL, John carrier Norwood (Edmond St) 1891 Application 22030

MITCHELL, John Aver farmer Marrabel on the Dirty Light Co Light. Hallett (Hundred of Hallett) township allotment land grant 1872 Grant Book 8 Page 280 County Burra

MITCHELL, John Aver licensed victualler Terowie Co Kimberley. Hundred of Whyte land grant 1879 Grant Book 60 Page 54 County Victoria

No 1

MITCHELL, John Charles licensed victualler Normanville and Emily Mitchell his wife 1903 Memorial 176/449

MITCHELL, John Charles licensed victualler Normanville and Emily Mitchell his wife 1909 Application 25619

MITCHELL, John Charles formerly licensed victualler Normanville but then farmer Redhill 1909, declared that he had lived for some 30 years in the Hundred of Yankalilla Application 25619

No 1

MITCHELL, John Henry draper Kadina 1886[-1894] Memorial 31/378

MITCHELL, John Henry draper Kadina. Hundred of Tickera land grant 1897 Grant Book 14 Page 216 County Daly

MITCHELL, John Henry draper Norwood 1904 Memorial 187/451

MITCHELL, John Henry draper Norwood 1904, then out of business formerly 12 Nottage Tce, Medindie but then of New Parkside, died 2/2/1924. Husband of Sarah Ann Mitchell. Estate worth £4,000. Albina Brabbon Martin, John Robert Mitchell, Milton Mitchell, Lottie Daver SOMERSET, Sarah Bernice SHAKESPEARE, Clifford Gordon Mitchell and Stuart Ruskin Mitchell (an infant) involved through their guardian, Robert NORTHEY, in a court case with the widow and mostly decided against them. Supreme Court case 28/2/1924 Memorial 168/493 & RPA Search 338, Application 28451

No 2

MITCHELL, John Henry labourer Sanderston Hundred of Angas land grant 1897 Grant Book 58 Page 183 County Sturt

MITCHELL, John Hurtle labourer Peterborough. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1937 Grant Book 13 Page 241 County Dalhousie

No 1

MITCHELL, Johnstone of Spalding Hundred of Andrews land grant 1881 Grant Book 56 Page 303 County Stanley

MITCHELL, Johnstone Clerk to the Lyndoch District Council 1902 Application 24408

No 1 - likely to be the same person

MITCHELL, Joseph miner Kapunda 1858 Memorial 193/142

MITCHELL, Joseph farmer Kapunda 1859 Memorial 73/152

No 2

MITCHELL, Joseph of Wasleys. Ashwell Institute Trustee 1883 Application 19957

No 3

MITCHELL, Joseph miner Kadina. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1883 Grant Book 14 Page 242 County Daly

MITCHELL, LS labourer Queenstown 1879 Memorial 129/318

MITCHELL, Mark Ledingham of Fitzroy Tce, Fitzroy, professor of biological chemistry University of Adelaide 1943 Memorial 141/517

MITCHELL, Maria widow Yankalilla 1854 Memorial 179/70

MITCHELL, Margaret 24 spinster daughter of William Mitchell of Peachey Belt, married John McLean CAMERON 21 farmer son of Donald Cameron Peachey Belt, on 2/2/1866 at St Andrew’s Wakefield St, Adelaide. William and Henry RISEBOROUGH farmers Peachey Belt were witnesses. Margaret CAMERON, wife of JM Cameron, died 21/8/1869 Peachey Belt, of typhoid fever, aged 26. Application 23861

No 1

MITCHELL, Mary Ann of Marrabel 1867 Memorial 126/221

MITCHELL, Mary Ann widow Marrabel on the Dirty Light 1872 Memorial 51/258

MITCHELL, Matthew miner Kadina. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1869 Grant Book 14 Page 72 County Daly

MITCHELL, Meliscent Elizabeth spinster Glenelg 1866 Memorial 5/215

MITCHELL, Norman Roddick dairyman Cliff St, East Glenelg 1914 Application 26316

MITCHELL, Peter Sinton farmer Hundred of Riddoch 1888 Memorial 80/393

No 1 - perhaps the same person

MITCHELL, Richard labourer Adelaide 1846[-1854] Memorial 127/6

MITCHELL, Richard and Thomas William miners Adelaide. Hundred of Willunga land grant 1853 Grant Book 1 Page 271 County Adelaide

MITCHELL, Richard miner Adelaide 1853[-1854] Hundred of Willunga land grant Memorial 372/52

MITCHELL, Richard farmer Adelaide 1857 Memorial 288/120

No 2

MITCHELL, Richard miner Kanmantoo 1857 Memorial 287/130

MITCHELL, Richard farmer Kanmantoo 1878 Memorial 9/309

No 3

MITCHELL, Richard farmer Hundred of Gilbert 1861 Application 12102

MITCHELL, Richard farmer Hundred of Gilbert 1867 Memorial 159/219

MITCHELL, Richard farmer near Riverton 1864 Application 5453

MITCHELL, Richard farmer Riverton 1872 Memorial 18/258

MITCHELL, Richard farmer formerly of the Hundred of Gilbert 1861 but now of near Riverton 1872 [probably the same address] Application 12102

No 4

MITCHELL, Richard farmer Kanmantoo Hundred of Kanmantoo land grant 1862 Grant Book 58 Page 60 County Sturt

No 5

MITCHELL, Richard farmer Belalie. Trustee Wesleyan Methodist Chapel Jamestown Jamestown (Hundred of Belalie) township allotment land grant 1872[-1873] Grant Book 60 Page 133 County Victoria

MITCHELL, Richard farmer Spring Farm. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1877[-1878] Grant Book 60 Page 125 County Victoria

No 6

MITCHELL, Richard labourer Kent Town 1878 Memorial 26/308

MITCHELL, Richard labourer Kent Town 1883 Application 19880

No 7

MITCHELL, Richard carrier Arthur St, Unley 1880 Application 18356

MITCHELL, Richard carrier Adelaide 1898 Memorial 6/434

MITCHELL, Richard general carrier Adelaide (Currie St) and Unley (Arthur St) and Thurza Rebecca Mitchell his wife 1900. R Mitchell owned the Sarnia Estate including pt Sections 11 & 35 Survey B [between Goodwood Rd and South Rd] at The Sturt Memorial 87/441

MITCHELL, Richard general carrier Adelaide 1910[-1913] Application 25797

MITCHELL, Richard general carrier Arthur St, Unley, died 16/3/1922. Executors; David Mitchell clerk Adelaide, Percy Mitchell motor driver Adelaide and Richard Mitchell carrier Adelaide Memorial 17/487

MITCHELL, Richard Bartlett farmer Riverton 1893[-1895] Memorial 134/418, Application 23028

No 1

MITCHELL, Robert district poundkeeper Mt Crawford 1861 Memorial 345/175

No 2

MITCHELL, Robert Minister of Religion Clare 1877 Application 16231

MITCHELL, Robert Minister of the Gospel Goodwood 1916 Application 26514

MITCHELL, Robert Acland James shipping agent Pt Adelaide 1870 Application 11135

No 1

MITCHELL, Robin of Clarendon. Associated with Mary STURGISS of Clarendon [Did these two people marry?] 1894 Memorial 84/421

MITCHELL, Robin farmer Clarendon and Mary Mitchell his wife 1904 Memorial 206/451

MITCHELL, Robin farmer Clarendon and Mary Mitchell his wife linked with Walter John Mitchell poultry farmer Clarendon 1931 Memorial 22/504

MITCHELL, Robin of Clarendon. His wife, Mary Mitchell, died 21/9/1939. Mother of Archie Robert Mitchell labourer and Frank Ronald Mitchell blacksmith and Walter John Mitchell poultry farmer all of Clarendon Memorial 61/514

MITCHELL, Samuel of Fulham 1890 Memorial 157/402

No 1

MITCHELL, Samuel James draper Pt Augusta and Eliza Ann Mitchell his wife 1877 Application 16416

MITCHELL, Samuel James gentleman Pt Augusta 1880 Memorial 172/326

MITCHELL, SJ auctioneer Pt Augusta 1883 Memorial 131/347

MITCHELL, SJ clerk to HE DOWNER solicitor Adelaide 1889 Memorial 138/395

MITCHELL, SJ solicitor Adelaide (Federal Chambers, King William St) 1891 Application 22004

MITCHELL, Samuel James solicitor Adelaide 1895 Memorial 119/425

MITCHELL, SJ solicitor Adelaide 1899 Memorial 200/437

MITCHELL, Samuel James solicitor Adelaide (Queen's Chambers, Pirie St) 1902 Memorial 29/446

MITCHELL, Stewart farmer Hundred of Coglin 1882[-1888] Memorial 160/345

MITCHELL, T of Clinton Centre 1889 Memorial 167/396

No 1

MITCHELL, Thomas miller Adelaide 1854 Memorial 221/74

MITCHELL, Thomas miller Stepney and Elizabeth Mitchell his wife 1867 Memorial 160/303

MITCHELL, Thomas miller formerly of Adelaide but now of Stepney 1870 Memorial 57/247

MITCHELL, Thomas miller Kadina, died 2/5/1871, of pneumonia, aged 51. Formerly miller Adelaide, but then of Stepney, in 1867. Husband of Elizabeth Mitchell Application 16418

MITCHELL, Elizabeth of Ann St, Stepney [widow of the late Thomas Mitchell] 1885 Application 20517

No 2

MITCHELL, Thomas bricklayer Pt Adelaide 1855[-1858] Memorial 400/90, Application 144

MITCHELL, Thomas bricklayer Simpson Swamp [Hundred of Pt Adelaide] 1856 Memorial 48/106

MITCHELL, Thomas bricklayer Queenstown 1858 Memorial 62/146

MITCHELL, Thomas bricklayer Portland Estate 1858[-1866] Memorial 220/132

MITCHELL, Thomas stonemason Portland Estate, died 8/4/1873 intestate. His wife, Jane Mitchell, obtained letters of administration to settle the estate. George Mitchell stonemason Portland Estate belonged to this family 1873 Memorials 127 & 128/266

MITCHELL, Thomas stonemason Portland Estate, died 8/4/1873. His wife, Jane Mitchell, remarried to David HOPKINS smelter Pt Adelaide Memorial 213/269

No 3

MITCHELL, Thomas butcher Hamilton 1865 Application 6754

No 4 - perhaps the same person

MITCHELL, Thomas farmer Pt Lincoln and Hannah Mitchell his wife 1879[-1880] Memorial 48/319, Application 18287

MITCHELL, Thomas sheepfarmer Sheringa, died 6/6/1895. Estate worth £1,300. Executor: Rutledge Wilson FELTUS sheepfarmer Sheringa Memorial 156/430

No 5

MITCHELL, Thomas farmer near Stockport linked with James Mitchell farmer Linwood 1897 Application 23297

MITCHELL, Thomas farmer Newton Farm near Linwood died 10/5/1901. He left his entire estate to his son James Mitchell farmer near Linwood, provided he he gave his mother, Mary Mitchell, 'with the proper necessities of life and to pay her the sum of £30 per annum … during the term of her natural life'. Edwin FISHER farmer Balaclava to be the executor. Thomas Mitchell could not write. His widow, Mary Mitchell, died 30/10/1906, of heart failure, aged 87 Application 25930

MITCHELL, Thomas farmer farmer Newton Farm near Linwood, died 10/5/1901. Husband of Mary Mitchell. Father of James Mitchell farmer Linwood, Isaac Mitchell farmer near Stockport, Elizabeth FISHER wife of Edwin Fisher farmer Balaklava and Charlotte BALD wife of George Bald farmer Smithfield Memorial 120/444

No 1

MITCHELL, Thomas James gentleman Adelaide 1848[-1853] prominent Wesleyan Methodist Enrolment 19/4

MITCHELL, Thomas James accountant North Adelaide 1853 Memorial 295/47

MITCHELL, Thomas James gentleman North Adelaide 1853[-1859] Hundred of Belvidere land grant Memorial 300/64

MITCHELL, Thomas James gentleman North Adelaide 1857 Hundred of Saddleworth land grant Memorial 187/128

MITCHELL, Thomas James formerly gentleman North Adelaide 1855 but now bank manager Pt Adelaide 1862 Application 3551

MITCHELL, Thomas James bank manager Pt Adelaide 1862[-1866] Memorial 123/185

MITCHELL, Thomas James formerly gentleman North Adelaide 1854 but now bank manager SA Bank Pt Adelaide 1865 Application 6289

MITCHELL, Thomas James formerly gentleman Adelaide 1855 but now bank manager Mt Pleasant 1875 Application 14458

MITCHELL, Thomas James bank clerk Adelaide trustee Pt Adelaide Wesleyan Church 1884 Application 20393

No 2

MITCHELL, Thomas James gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now of Woodville 1909 Memorial 32/462

MITCHELL, Thomas James gentleman Woodville, died 3/4/1913. Executor; Samuel ROSSITER Methodist minister Glenelg Memorial 32/469

No 3

MITCHELL, Thomas James farmer Salisbury Plains 1912 Memorial 97/466

No 1

MITCHELL, Thomas Neilson stockholder Adelaide 1846 Memorial 152/7

MITCHELL, Thomas Neilson stockholder Section 5144 Devonshire Tce, Eastern Plains 1850 Memorial 206/23

MITCHELL, Thomas Neilson stockholder Devonshire Tce, near Adelaide, leased Section 5145 Hundred of Onkaparinga from Edward Collett HOMERSHAM gentleman Adelaide from 24/6/1850, for 7 years at £16/12/- a year Application 22547

MITCHELL, Thomas Neilson farmer Devonshire Tce, Eastern Plains near Adelaide 1852[-1855] Memorial 317/41

MITCHELL, Thomas Neilson stockholder Mitchell Flat [probably in the vicinity of Section 71 Hundred of Onkaparinga] 1855 Memorial 321/114

MITCHELL, Thomas Neilson stockholder Mt Torrens 1855 Memorial 98/94

MITCHELL, Thomas Neilson farmer Abbott Flat Onkaparinga near Lobethal 1856 Memorials 331/95 & 306/114

No 1 - perhaps the same person

MITCHELL, Thomas William dealer Adelaide 1849 Memorial 405/16

MITCHELL, Thomas William draper Adelaide (Rundle St) 1860 Application 1879

MITCHELL, Thomas William draper Adelaide (Rundle St) declared in 1861 that George DEANE storekeeper Glen Osmond, was his father-in-law. Deane had bought several allotments in Walkerville c1840, and kept them until the time of his death, on 2/5/1857. TW Mitchell bought the land out of the estate. Application 1879

MITCHELL, Thomas William draper North Adelaide 1875 Memorial 225/283

MITCHELL, Thomas William draper Adelaide 1881[-1882] Memorial 5/336

No 1

MITCHELL, Walter gentleman Adelaide 1840 Application 15117

No 2

MITCHELL, Walter stockholder Bremer River Mt Barker District 1846 Memorial 70/7

MITCHELL, Walter late of Mt Barker, but now stockholder Rivoli Bay 1847 Memorial 22/9

MITCHELL, Walter stockholder Bremer River near Mt Barker 1856 Memorial 111/109

MITCHELL, Walter gentleman Mt Gambier 1862 Memorial 84/182

MITCHELL, Walter gentleman formerly of Mt Gambier but then of Portland Vic, died 1868. He left £100 to Maria TOOKE innkeeper Portland 'as an acknowledgement of her attention to him'. Brother to John and Duncan Mitchell not described who inherited the rest of the estate equally and absolutely Memorial 53/235

MITCHELL, Walter gentleman formerly of Mt Gambier, but then of Portland Vic, died 10/7/1868. He left £100 for his friend, Maria TOOKE wife of Joseph Tooke innkeeper Portland. The rest of his estate to be divided equally between his two brothers, John and Duncan Mitchell. They were the sons of Duncan Mitchell wood merchant and Christina nee MCFARLANE. Did they come from the parish of Kilmallie, Co Argyll, Scotland?? Application 1070

No 2

MITCHELL, Walter letter carrier Adelaide Quorn (Hundred of Pichi Richi) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 49 Page 8 County Newcastle

MITCHELL, Walter post office letter carrier Adelaide 1881 Application 18351

MITCHELL, Walter civil servant Adelaide (Regent St) 1883 Memorial 244/346

No 1

MITCHELL, William gentleman [probably baker] Adelaide 31/7/1838 Application 6668.

MITCHELL, William baker Adelaide, lease of portion of Montague Farm, Dry Creek (92 acres of Pt Section 97), on behalf of his daughter Margaret, aged 1, for her lifetime, or for 21 years, whichever is the shorter, at an annual rent of £23, payable on 1 Jan each year. Owner: Sir Montague Lowther Chapman Baronet Kilne Castle, Co Westmeath, Ireland 1842 Memorial 303/1

MITCHELL, William formerly gentleman Adelaide 1838 but now baker North Adelaide 1865 Application 6668.

MITCHELL, William baker Kensington father of William Andrew Mitchell of Kensington and also the late Margaret CAMERON now deceased the wife of John McLean Cameron farmer Peachey Belt 1870 Memorial 135/248

MITCHELL, William licensed victualler Kensington 1870, declared that he had married Margaret Downie Mitchell in February 1840 in Glasgow, Scotland. The Mitchells emigrated to SA. Their daughter, Margaret Mitchell was born 9/4/1841 Adelaide. Margaret Mitchell of Peachey Belt married John McLaren CAMERON 21 farmer Peachey Belt (Father: Donald Campbell) on 2/2/1866 St Andrew's Wakefield St, Adelaide. Minister: Robert HAINING. Witnesses: William and Henry RISEBOROUGH farmers Peachey Belt. Margaret Cameron 28 wife of John McLean Cameron farmer Peachey Belt, died 21/8/1869 intestate and without issue, of typhoid fever, aged 28. Her father inherited her estate as heir at law. She also had a brother, William Andrew Mitchell farmer Mallala in 1880 Application 23944.

No 2

MITCHELL, William labourer Bowden 1842. He had died by 1847, leaving a widow called Mary Mitchell Memorials 12 & 13/291

No 3

MITCHELL, William farmer Dry Creek 1846[-1850] Memorial 192/10

MITCHELL, William yeoman Munno Para 1853 Memorial 397/53

MITCHELL, William farmer Hundred of Munno Para 1857[-1866] Memorial 337/119

MITCHELL, William farmer near Virginia 1861 Application 2151.

No 4

MITCHELL, William dealer Adelaide 1849 Memorial 405/16

No 5

MITCHELL, William miner Adelaide 1851 Memorial 62/36

MITCHELL, William miner Adelaide (South Tce) 1852 Memorial 49/44

MITCHELL, William miner formerly of Adelaide 1851 but now of Ballarat Vic 1861 Application 2552.

No 6

MITCHELL, William sheep farmer Mt Gambier 1850[-1853] Memorial 58/23

MITCHELL, William farmer Mt Gambier Hundred of Gambier land grant 1863[-1864] Grant Book 30 Page 70 County Grey

No 7

MITCHELL, William gentleman Pt Adelaide 1850 Memorial 257/25

No 8

MITCHELL, William farmer Magill may have family link with Mitchell, John miner Kooringa 1850[-1856] Memorial 83/23

No 9

MITCHELL, William farmer Gwennap Vale and Mary Mitchell his wife 1854 Memorial 290/71

MITCHELL, William farmer Gwennap Vale 1857[-1881] Memorial 222/120

MITCHELL, William farmer Twynap [A misspelling of Gwennap?] 1854 Memorial 206/75

No 10

MITCHELL, William mining captain Burra Burra Mines 1855[-1859] Hundred of Kuipto land grant Memorial 133/100

MITCHELL, William [formerly of Burra but now] of Normanville 1859 Memorial 124/148

MITCHELL, William farmer Rapid Bay 1865 Memorial 3/209

MITCHELL, William farmer The Stockyards near Rapid Bay 1868 Memorial 186/230

No 11

MITCHELL, William bootmaker Upper Dry Creek 1856[-1857] Memorial 299/100

MITCHELL, William schoolmaster formerly of Upper Dry Creek but now of Reeves Plains 1873 Memorial 183/270

No 12

MITCHELL, William farm labourer Noarlunga Co Adelaide. Hundred of Naracoorte land grant 1868 Grant Book 50 Page 92 County Robe

No 13

MITCHELL, William farmer near Clare Co Stanley. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1878 Grant Book 60 Page 129 County Victoria

No 14

MITCHELL, William stockbroker Adelaide (Grenfell St) 1888 Memorial 127/391

No 15

MITCHELL, William licensed victualler Normanville 1900 Application 23973

No 16

MITCHELL, William professor at the University of Adelaide and Marjory Erlistoun Mitchell his wife 1901 Memorial 103/442

MITCHELL, William Aver farmer Terowie 1880 Memorial 121/325

MITCHELL, William Henderson master mariner Peterhead, Co Aberdeen, Scotland, power of attorney to George Dutton GREEN gentleman Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 27/2/1883 Deposit 62/1886

MITCHELL, William Oats farm labourer Hoyleton Co Stanley. Hundred of Caltowie land grant 1880 Grant Book 60 Page 193 County Victoria

MITCHELL, WF stock agent Kingston S-E 1947 Memorial 50/521

No 1

MITCHELSON, Edward shoemaker SA 1854 Memorial 14/68

MITCHELSON, Edward shoemaker Thebarton 1857 Memorial 82/127

MITCHELSON, Edward farmer Upper Dry Creek 1858 Application 102

MITCHELSON, E shoemaker Modbury 1870[-1875] Memorial 103/344

MITCHELSON, Edward formerly shoemaker Thebarton but now out of business Modbury 1909 Memorial 82/462

No 1

MITFORD, Adrian Reveley farmer Booyoolie. Hundred of Booyoolie land grant 1877 Grant Book 60 Page 149 County Victoria

MITFORD, Adrian Reveley farmer Baroota trustee Public Cemetery Hundred of Baroota land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 696 County Frome

MITFORD, Charles Reveley linked with Sections 55,56 Hundred of Baroota Co Frome 1886 Memorial 81/379

No 1

MITFORD, Eustace Reveley Esquire Sturt River 1842[-1856] Memorial 195/2

MITFORD, Eustace Reveley Esquire South Road near Adelaide 1853 Memorial 145/50

MITFORD, Eustace Reveley carrier St Marys 1857 Memorial 129/113

MITFORD, Eustace Reveley of SA testified before the SA Insolvency Court in 1891 that his brother, Edward Mitford, of Great Britain, had given him a Land Order in 1838 for the benefit of his children. ER Mitford's son, Bertram ER Mitford, was just an infant. ER Mitford had married Elizabeth SAUNDERSS Application 24289

No 1

MITFORD, Henry Edward farmer Booyoolie. Hundred of Booyoolie land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 147 County Victoria

MITFORD, Henry Edward farmer Baroota and Charlotte Mitford his wife 1885. 'The said Henry Edward Mitford is now travelling with teams in the Far North his exact whereabouts is unknown … '1886 Application 20720

MITFORD, WH clerk of the DC of Crafers 1879 Memorial 96/319

Mitscherlich, Friedrich carpenter Adelaide 1851[-1859] Memorial 279/30

MITSELBURG, Friedrich Jacob shepherd Mt Murchison NSW 1866 Application 7217

MITTE, Joseph farmer Willunga 1854 Memorial 337/62

No 1

MITTEN, John coachman Adelaide 1852 Memorial 387/44

MITTEN, John licensed victualler Adelaide, died c1861. He left the whole of his estate to Mary Ann CANT eldest daughter of George Cant of Chilliton Farm, Goodwood provided that the said Mary Ann Cant 'allow her aunt a fair and comfortable living to the end of her days to her satisfaction and this I hope and trust to the Almighty God that the said Mary Ann Cant will be kind and dutiful to her dear aunt' Memorial 83/179

MITTEN, Robert Coates teacher Bowden 1854 Memorial 427/73

MITTENDORF, Julius Christian farmer Greenock Creek 1853[-1858] Memorial 439/53

MITTON, FH agent Riverton 1920 Memorial 102/480

MITTON, George and James of Adelaide 1866 Memorial 212/210

MITTON, James yeoman Adelaide 1844 Memorial 205/4

MITTON, John of Macclesfield 1871 Enrolment/

MITTON, John Edmund baker Hindmarsh 1855 Memorial 224/84

No 1

MITTON, John Edward gentleman Adelaide 1852 Memorial 37/42

MITTON, John Edward and Josiah bakers and storekeepers Hindmarsh 1859[-1863] Memorial 290/161

MITTON, John Edward and Josiah storekeepers Hindmarsh 1865 Memorial 120/205

MITTON, John Edward postmaster Hindmarsh 1868 Memorial 90/233

MITTON, John Edward storekeeper Hindmarsh 1867[-1878] Memorial 116/268, Application 15391

MITTON, John Edward and Josiah of Port Rd, Hindmarsh 1872 Application 12181

MITTON, John Edward storekeeper Hindmarsh 1885. He had come to live in Hindmarsh c1851 Application 20522

MITTON, John Edward gentleman Hindmarsh 1886 Application 21093

No 1

MITTON, Josiah baker Hindmarsh 1852[-1856] Memorial 448/41

MITTON, Josiah baker Adelaide linked with John Edward Mitton storekeeper Hindmarsh 1857 Memorial 42/114

MITTON, Josiah and John Edward storekeepers Hindmarsh 1864 Application 5667

MITTON, Josiah gentleman [formerly of Adelaide but now of] Hindmarsh 1878[-1880] Memorial 126/308

MITTON, Josiah of Hope Villa, Hindmarsh 1881 Memorial 167/328

MITTON, Josiah gentleman [formerly of Hindmarsh but now of] Forreston near Gumeracha 1883 Memorial 166/349

MITTON, Josiah formerly baker but now gentleman Hindmarsh 1891, had lived there since 1851, except between 1881-1884, when he lived at Forreston near Gumeracha Application 22066

MITTON, Josiah gentleman and John Edward storekeeper both of Hindmarsh had lived in the vicinity since c1851. Between Feb 1881-April 1884, Josiah Mitton lived at Forreston near Gumeracha, and in 1893, he visited England Application 23296

MITTON, Josiah storekeeper Hindmarsh 1907 Application 25331

No 1

MITTON, Robert Coates teacher Bowden 1854 Memorial 427/73

MITTON, Robert Coates teacher formerly of Bowden but now of Adelaide 1863 Application 4482

MITTON, Robert Coates teacher Adelaide 1866 Memorial 156/216

No 1

MITTON, William plumber Hindmarsh 1872[-1883] Memorial 19/263

MITTON, William painter Hindmarsh 1874 Application 14017

MITTON, William Smith plumber Hindmarsh 1867[-1868] Memorial 190/218

No 1

MNICH??, Albert farmer Belalie. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 120 County Victoria

MNICH, Albert miller Jamestown. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1877 Grant Book 60 Page 126 County Victoria

MOAR, Andrew farmer Lake Plains 1861 Memorial 160/186

No 1

MOAR, Andrew Umphray farmer Milang. Milang Primitive Methodist Chapel trustee 1865[-1866] Memorials 108/202 & 4/243

MOAR, Andrew Umphray farmer Brompton Extension, died 30/10/1873 Bowman's Dam Back Plains District of Clare, a water tank falling on him, aged 37. Application 13601

MOAR, AFJB [4 initials] of Milang 1903 Memorial 87/448

MOAR, James storeman Parkside 1865 Application 6539

No 1

MOAR, Lewis farmer Lake Plains 1869 Memorial 187/241

MOAR, Lewis farmer Lake Plains 1889 Application 21705

No 1

MOAR, William the Elder, MOAR, Andrew Umphray, MOAR, William the Younger, and MOAR, Lewis Garrivek farmers near Milang 1863 Application 3912

MOAR, William farmer Angas Plains 1869[-1873] Memorial 36/240

No 1

MOAR, William Arthur farmer near Milang 1920 Memorial 52/480

MOAR, William Arthur retired farmer Milang, died 5/1/1953. Father of William Herbert Moar, Lewis Harvey Moar herdtester 115 Churchill Road, Prospect and Alexander Pressey Moar herd tester Strathalbyn Memorials 46 & 57/528

No 1

MOATE, Charles Robert gentleman Ponders End, Middlesex, England 1850 Memorial 45b/26

MOATE, Charles Robert merchant Old Broad St, London, Middlesex, England 1858 Memorial 139/139

No 1 - probably the same person

MOBBS, Charles yeoman Adelaide 1849 Memorial 283/18

MOBBS, Charles farmer Truro 1858 Memorial 47/143

MOBBS, Lionel Owen farmer Kapunda, aged 58 in 1954, declared that he had lived in the Kapunda district all his life Application 29047

MOBBS, Owen labourer Murray Bridge Hundred of North Rhine land grant 1898 Grant Book 17 Page 34 County Eyre

MOBERG, John Edward farmer Adelaide 1850 Memorial 64/20

No 1

MOCATTA, Abraham the Younger Esquire Adelaide 1852 Memorial 366/80 Esquire North Adelaide 1853[-1854] Memorial 371/80

MOCATTA, Abraham the Younger Esquire Adelaide 1854 Memorial 278/79

MOCATTA, Abraham the Younger gentleman North Adelaide early 1855 Memorial 24/92 Gentleman Adelaide mid 1855 Memorial 23/92

MOCATTA, Abraham the Younger merchant Adelaide 1857 Linked with Solomon Mocatta merchant Pt Adelaide Memorial 79/118

MOCATTA, Abraham the Younger formerly of 49 Norfolk Square, Brighton, Sussex, but late of the Euston Hotel, Euston Square, Middlesex, England, died 25/3/1873 Matlock, Co Derby, England. He left all his estate, worth £6000, apart from various annuities, to his wife, Evelina Mocatta. His ‘affectionate brother’, Elias MOCATTA the Younger, was co-executor. Annuities to his brothers, Elias, John, sisters Roberta wife of Jacob Barrow MONTEFIORE, also other brothers and sisters and nieces and nephews, the West London Synagoguge, and various charities. Mrs Mocatta, widow of Eastbourne Tce, Middlesex, gave power of attorney to Solomon MOCATTA Esquire Adelaide, to sell all her real estate in SA and elsewhere in Australia, and settle her affairs there 30/7/1875 Deposit 127/1876

MOCATTA, Evelina widow now residing at Eastbourne Tce, Middlesex, England (relict of the late Abraham Mocatta the Younger formerly Esquire of 49 Norfolk Square, Brighton, Sussex, but then of the Euston Hotel, Euston Square, Middlesex but now deceased 1866), linked with Solomon Mocatta Esquire Adelaide 1875 Memorials 17 & 18/291

MOCATTA, Evelina widow of Abraham Mocatta the Younger Eastbourne Tce, Middlesex, England 1881. Solomon Mocatta was her local attorney in Adelaide Application 18758

MOCATTA, Eevelina widow (of Abraham Mocatta the Younger merchant Adelaide 1852) 16 Kildare Tce, Westbourne Park, Middlesex, England and Ramsgate, Kent, died 28/8/1882. Estate worth £9,405/4/2. She left bequests to various Jewish organisations, also her brothers, Jacob MONTEFIORE, and Jacob Barrow MONTEFIORE, and various other relatives, including two nieces, Augusta Barrow Montefiore spinster Kensington Gardens Square, London, England and Georgiana Barrow HENRIQUES of Sydney NSW (widow of the late Joseph Henriques Esquire). She left the nieces 12 allotments of land in Bordertown and other allotments scattered around suburban Adelaide. The sisters appointed William Selby DOUGLAS agent Adelaide, to manage their business affairs in SA and sell the land 1891 Application 22190

No 1

MOCATTA, Isaac Lindo gentleman North Adelaide 1855 Memorial 316/93

MOCATTA, Isaac Lindo Esquire Adelaide 1856 Memorial 136/291

MOCATTA, Isaac Lindo formerly of North Adelaide but now of Brighton, Sussex, England 1876 Memorial 184/291

MOCATTA, Isaac Lindo Esquire 55 Brunswick Square Brighton, Sussex, England, died 12/11/1879 Grosvenor House, Reading, Berks, England. Wife Abigail Mocatta. Children - Grace, Herbert, Benjamin, Alfred, Amelia Rebecca, and Evelina Mocatta. Estate worth £3,000 Mrs Mocatta inherited the bulk of the estate, except for some bequests to the children, and also the brothers and sisters of IL Mocatta and his wife Application 21735

MOCATTA, Isaac Linde Esquire 55 Brunswick Square, Brighton, Sussex, England, died 12/11/1879, leaving all his estate to his wife, Abigail. She moved to 54 Cleveland Square, London, Middlesex, England, and transferred lots 93, 96, 97, 98, 101, 103, 107, 108 Bordertown SA to Frederic David MOCATTA the Younger Esquire 21 Cambridge Square, Middlesex, England. She gave power of attorney to William Selby DOUGLAS of Insurance Chambers, Adelaide, to arrange the transfer 10/1/1883. He also had to attend to her other business affairs in SA Deposit 151/1876

No 1

MOCATTA, Solomon shipping agent Pt Adelaide 1854[-1861] Memorial 21/74

MOCATTA, Solomon Esquire Pt Adelaide 1874 Memorial 23/292

MOCK, Elizabeth widow Skillogolee Creek formerly widow of John TREGEA farmer Skillogolee Creek 1862 Application 3103

No 1

MOCK, William yeoman Brompton 1854 Memorial 309/74

MOCK, William yeoman Plympton 1871 Memorial 36/257

No 1

MOCKRIDGE, Benjamin gentleman Alberton near the New Port 1841 Memorial 77/242 Shipwright Pt Adelaide 1847 Memorial 78/242 Overseer Alberton 1868 Memorial 79/242

MOCKRIDGE, Benjamin shipwright Alberton 1848 Memorial 312/10

MOCKRIDGE, Benjamin licensed victualler Alberton 1861 Memorial 25/176

MOCKRIDGE, Benjamin licensed victualler Williamstown 1861 Memorial 30/171

MOCKRIDGE, Benjamin contractor Alberton 1858 Memorial 125/300

MOCKRIDGE, Benjamin overseer of works Alberton, died 1880 intestate. Letters of administration to Sarah Jane SCHOFIELD wife of John Schofield sawyer Alberton and daughter of B Mockridge to settle the estate Memorial 229/322

MOCKRIDGE, Edward labourer Alberton 1877 Application 16005

MODISTACH, Johann Carl labourer Nuriootpa 1889 Application 21706

MODISTACH, Michael farmer Parrott Hill Hundred of English land grant 1880 Grant Book 17 Page 169 County Eyre

MODRA, Adolph farmer Gawler 1885 Memorial 81/370

MODRA, August farmer Kangaroo Flat linked with Hermann Modra farmer Roseworthy 1916 Memorial 91/474

No 1

MODRA, Christian farmer Gilles Plains 1865 Memorial 48/207

MODRA, Christian farmer Yatala 1867 Application 8788

MODRA, Friedrich farmer Range Road near Houghton 1902 Memorial 31/450

No 1

MODRA, Hermann and Martin farmers Roseworthy1903 Memorial 169/448

MODRA, Hermann farmer near Roseworthy1919 Memorial 162/478

No 1

MODRA, Hermann Ludwig farmer near Roseworthy 1944 Memorial 57/518

MODRA, Hermann Louis farmer Willaston 1950 Application 28727

MODRA, Hermann Ludwig farmer Willaston near Gawler, died 15/9/1950 Gawler. Husband of Alma Clarissa Modra Memorial 132/525

No 1

MODRA, Martin farmer Concordia 1876[-1884] Memorial 139/289

MODRA, Martin farmer Roseworthy 1898 Memorial 68/434

MODRA, Mattes farmer near Gawler. Hundred of Barossa land grant 1862 Grant Book 2 Page 89 County Adelaide

MODRA, Robert Theodor wool classer Dulwich Ave, Dulwich 1951 Application 28801

MODRA, Wilhelm farmer Sheaoak Log 1910 Application 25783

MODYSTACK, Bernhard Leon shop proprietor Kapunda 1954 Memorial 87/529

MODYSTACK, Kaspar farmer near Clare 1867 Memorial 109/223

MOEBUS, August farmer Gruenberg/Grünberg 1860[-1862] Memorial 270/170

No 1 - perhaps the same person

MOELLER/MOLLER/MÖLLER, Carl George farmer The Tiers 1856 Memorial 47/106

MOELLER/MOLLER/MÖLLER, Carl George blacksmith Adelaide 1881 Memorial 22/331

MOELLER/MOLLER/MÖLLER, Carl and Johann farmers Waterloo 1874 Memorial 31/276

MOELLER/MOLLER/MÖLLER, Carl Heinrich farmer Marrabel on the Dirty Light 1878 Application 16605

MOELLER/MOLLER/MÖLLER, Carl Heinrich farmer Marrabel on the Dirty Light linked with Heinrich Johann Friedrich Möller farmer Waterloo 1885 Memorial 67/369

MOELLER/MOLLER/MÖLLER, Charles George farmer The Tiers 1858 Application 89

No 1

MOELLER/MOLLER/MÖLLER, Donat Eduard labourer Adelaide Koolunga (Hundred of Koolunga) township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 56 Page 322 County Stanley

MOELLER/MOLLER/MÖLLER, Donat Eduard farmer Adelaide (Ackland St) Co Adelaide. Carrieton (Hundred of Eurelia) township allotment land grant 1879 Grant Book 13 Page 299 County Dalhousie

MOELLER/MOLLER/MÖLLER, Franz Heinrich grocer Adelaide (Ackland St) 1851[-1856] Memorial 273/30

MOELLER/MOLLER/MÖLLER, Fritz Christian Ludwig farmer Brinkworth 1898 Memorial 63/435

No 1

MOELLER/MOLLER/MÖLLER, Fritz Friedrich Christoph carpenter Rosenthal 1860 Memorial 169/162

MOELLER/MOLLER/MÖLLER, Fritz Friedrich Christoph cabinetmaker and carpenter Rosenthal 1884 Applications 20198/20199

MOELLER/MOLLER/MÖLLER, George farmer Hundred of Wonoka 1892 Memorial 232/414

MOELLER/MOLLER/MÖLLER, George Vincent electrician Kensington Park 1928 Application 27704

No 1

MOELLER/MOLLER/MÖLLER, Gustav of Pt Lincoln 1864 Memorial 336/196

MOELLER/MOLLER/MÖLLER, Gustav saddler Pt Lincoln 1877[-1882] Memorial 32/304

MOELLER/MOLLER/MÖLLER, Gustav auctioneer Pt Lincoln 1881 Application 18521, Application 18635

No 1

MOELLER/MOLLER/MÖLLER, Joachim David Theodor blacksmith Coromandel Valley 1848[-1851] Memorial 318/11

MOELLER, Theodor farmer New Tiers 1862 Memorial 198/180

MOELLER/MOLLER/MÖLLER, Joachim David Theodor formerly farmer Clarendon until 1857 then storekeeper and farmer Section 30 Hundred of Onkaparinga Carey Gully until his death 1884 Application 20253

MOELLER/MOLLER/MÖLLER, Johannes Heinrich Wilhelm blacksmith Sutherlands Hundred of Neales land grant 1900 Grant Book 17 Page 203 County Eyre

MOELLER/MOLLER/MÖLLER, John farmer Hunded of Wonoka 1889[-1891] Memorial 199/400

MOELLER/MOLLER/MÖLLER, Peter Caspar cooper Adelaide (Rundle St) 1851[-1852] Memorials 344/32, 27/45

MOENCH/MONCH/MÖNCH, Heinrich Adolph cabinetmaker Adelaide 1859 Application 917

MOESER/MOSER/MÖSER, Adolf Gustav basket maker Lobethal 1891[-1902] Memorial 225/410

No 1 - a mixture of the Elder and the Younger

MOFFAT, David storekeeper Woodside 1851[-1882] Woodside Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee Memorial 21/73

MOFFAT, David storekeeper Woodside Woodside Wesleyan Methodist Glebe Land (Land grant 16/8/1851 Section 5029a Hundred of Onkaparinga) foundation trustee Application 19964

MOFFAT, David postmaster Woodside 1858 Memorial 293/142

MOFFAT, David storekeeper Woodside and Nairne 1859 Memorial 56/159

MOFFAT, David of Nairne 1865 Memorial 321/207

MOFFAT, David storekeeper formerly Woodside but now of Gumeracha 1883 Application 19964.

MOFFAT, David the Younger clerk of the local court Gumeracha 1883 Memorial 3/355

MOFFAT, John Galbraith retired company officer Ringarooma Ave, Myrtle Bank 1958, declared that prior to retirement, he used to work for Elder, Smith & Co Ltd, of Currie St, Adelaide. He used to be an auctioneer's clerk at the Company's special horse sales held in Kapunda over several days in 1910. Later, he became Branch Inspector and then Branch Manager of the firm's Currie St head office (between 1927-December 1954 when he retired) 1958 Application 29302

No 1

MOFFAT, William postmaster Victor Harbor 1868 Memorial 123/235

MOFFAT, William postmaster Moonta 1877 Memorial 219/305

No 2

MOFFAT, William clerk to Messrs PALMER & NEVILE solicitors Adelaide 1875 Memorial 12/285

No 3

MOFFAT, W bank accountant Robe 1889 Memorial 188/395

MOFFAT, William bank manager Kingston S-E 1893 Memorial 14/418

MOFFATT, DAH proclaimed bank manager Millicent 1930 Memorial 77/503

No 1 – perhaps the same person FIND CHECK

MOFFATT, William of Pt Pirie. Hundred of Napperby land grant 1877 Grant Book 60 Page 387 County Victoria

MOFFIT, William blacksmith Pt Pirie 1889[-1898] Memorial 110/398

No 1

MOFFLIN, William share broker Adelaide 1881[-1891] Memorial 196/330

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

MOFFLIN, William wool merchant Adelaide and Selina Sophia Mofflin his wife Morgan township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 18 Page 3 County Eyre

MOFFLIN, William merchant Adelaide 1885[-1899] Memorial 73/364, Application 22524

MOFFLIN, William merchant formerly of Adelaide but now of Sydney NSW 1909 Memorial 222/461

No 1

MOGER, Edward common brewer Adelaide 1846 Memorial 20/6

MOGER, Edward brewer Gumeracha 1857 Memorial 55/130

MOGER, Edward brewer Gumeracha 1863 Application 4384

MOGER, Edward farmer Mannum 1876 Memorial 53/292

MOGER, Edward gardener Mannum 1895 Memorial 28/425

No 1

MOHR, Hermann farmer Wiltshire Special Survey 1854[-1860] Memorial 21/72

MOHR, Hermann farmer Rowlands Flat 1863 Memorial 178/188

MOHRMANN, Peter Diedrich cabinetmaker Adelaide (Morphett St) 1851[-1853] Memorial 125/29

No 1

MOIR, John S Presbyterian minister Gawler 1855 Memorial 2/85

MOIR, John Strachan Free Presbyterian Minister Gawler 1856[-1858] Memorial 425/96

No 1

MOLAN, Thomas labourer Gawler 1873 Memorial 190/267

MOLAN, Thomas labourer formerly of Gawler but now of Kent Town 1912 Memorial 81/466

No 1

MOLD, Edwin James baker Gawler 1888[-1903] Memorial 103/389

MOLD, Edwin James formerly baker but now labourer Gawler 1920 Memorial 2/482

MOLD, Edwin James out of business Gawler, died 24/8/1943. Father of Florence Mildred Rose Mold spinster 24 Jacob St, Gawler Memorial 190/526

No 1

MOLD, James labourer Gawler 1851 Memorial 440/40

MOLD, James storekeeper Gawler 1853 Memorial 224/57

MOLD, James of Gawler, died 10/12/1869 intestate. His widow, Elizabeth Mold, still lived in Gawler by 1888. Linked with Edwin James Mold baker Gawler Memorial 103/389

MOLD, John storekeeper Gawler 1867 Memorial 131/221

No 1

MOLDENHAUER, Friedrich Wilhelm farmer Mt Crawford Hundred of Boucaut land grant 1878 Grant Book 55 Page 33 County Stanley

MOLDENHAUER, Elizabeth widow Condowie Plains Hundred of Boucaut land grant 1881 Grant Book 55 Page 39 County Stanley

No 1

MOLE, Charles Thomas mason Pt Pirie 1875 Application 14327

MOLE, Charles Thomas mason Pt Pirie. Hundred of Pirie land grant 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 284 County Victoria

MOLE, Charles T JP of Crystal Brook 1885 Memorial 14/364

MOLE, Charles T JP agent Crystal Brook 1890 Memorial 209/403

MOLE, Joe gentleman Stirling 1860 Memorial 236/182

MOLESWORTH, FH mining agent Adelaide 1889 Memorial 166/396

No 1 - probably the same person

MOLINEUX, Edward shoemaker Adelaide 1851 Memorial 234/49

MOLINEUX, Edward Section 241 Hundred of Gilbert near Riverton 1864 Application 5018

MOLINEUX, Edward farmer Riverton and Martha Molineux his wife. Children - Laura, Ada, Blanche and William Molineux 1869 Memorial 56/292

MOLINEUX, Edward farmer Mallee Brae Farm near Ryelands near Kapunda 1869 Memorial 203/243

MOLINEUX, Edward farmer near Riverton 1874 Application 13809

MOLL, Friedrich farmer Saddleworth Hundred of Saddleworth land grant 1858 Grant Book 44 Page 317 County Light

No 1

MOLL, Joachim farmer Tanunda 1858 Memorial 100/136

MOLL, Joachim farmer Tanunda Hundred of Saddleworth land grant 1858 Grant Book 44 Page 317 County Light

MOLL, Joachim farmer formerly of Tanunda 1857 but now of near Steelton on the Dirty Light 1865 Application 6367

MOLL, Johann farmer Naracoorte Hundred of Jessie land grant Section 193 1874 Grant Book 50 Page 269 County Robe

MOLLAR, Hans Johnson labourer Mt Torrens 1862 Memorial 279/183

MOLLER, Gustav saddler Pt Lincoln Hundred of Lincoln land grant 1878 Grant Book 21 Page 45 County Flinders

MOLLET, John carpenter Adelaide 1855 Memorial 286/90

MOLLINARI, Garzia optician Adelaide (Hindley St) 1854[-1856] Memorial 43/72

No 1

MOLLOY, Arthur retired police sergeant 12 Smith St, Thebarton, aged 86 in 1944 , declared that he had lived continuously at that same address since 1882, except for short periods when he went elsewhere in the course of his work Application 28387

MOLLOY, Arthur retired civil servant Smith St, Southwark, aged 87 in 1945, declared that he had lived for more than 50 years in Smith St, Southwark Application 28419

MOLLOY, Bridget Jane spinster Carrieton 1888 Memorial 161/394

MOLLOY, Daniel Dennis labourer 3 Berkley St, Cheltenham 1941 Memorial 63/515

MOLLOY, Edward farmer Clare 1863 Memorial 3/192

MOLLOY, Elizabeth widow Iona Riversdale Rd, Hawthorn Vic 1889 Memorial 6/397

MOLLOY, Joseph dairyman Rosewater 1915 Application 26453

MOLLOY, Mary spinster College Town Co Adelaide. Hundred of Eurelia land grant 1883 Grant Book 13 Page 384 County Dalhousie

No 1

MOLLOY, Michael labourer formerly of McLaren Vale but now of Willunga and Mary Molloy his wife 1891 Memorial 7/408

MOLLOY, Mary widow McLaren Vale (relict of the late Michael Molloy formerly labourer McLaren Vale now deceased), died 1/5/1902. Mother of John Molloy farmer McLaren Vale and Hannah Molloy spinster McLaren Vale Memorial 125/448

No 1

MOLLOY, Patrick Albert farmer Willunga Co Adelaide. Hundred of Yangya land grant 1877 Grant Book 60 Page 90 County Victoria

MOLLOY, Patrick Albert farmer Georgetown Co Victoria. Hundred of Black Rock Plain land grant 1880 Grant Book 13 Page 107 County Dalhousie MOLLOY, Patrick Albert farmer Carrieton 1891[-1892] Memorial 159/407

MOLLOY, Patrick Albert farmer and grazier Carrieton, died 26/2/1917. Husband of Lizzie Molloy. Brother to James Molloy farmer Roseworthy Memorial 159/475

MOLONEY, Denis labourer Kapunda Co Light. Hundred of Yangya land grant 1877 Grant Book 60 Page 92 County Victoria

MOLONEY, James farmer Millicent, had died by 1899. Mary Moloney spinster near Millicent inherited estate Grant Book 31 Page 235 County Grey

No 1

MOLONEY, John farmer Virginia 1878 Memorial 42/309

No 2 - perhaps a mixture of the Elder and the Younger

MOLONEY, John farmer Maitland 1885 Memorial 146/363

MOLONEY, John farmer Maitland 1891 Application 22151

MOLONEY, John farmer Maitland Hundred of Maitland land grant 1891 Grant Book 19 Page 108 County Fergusson

MOLONEY, John the Elder farmer Maitland linked with EF Moloney farmer Maitland 1910 Memorial 11/464

MOLONEY, John Christopher farmer Maitland 1891 Memorial 38/411

No 1 – perhaps the same person

MOLONEY, Patrick farmer Kapunda Co Light. Hundred of Pekina land grant 1880 Grant Book 13 Page 161 County Dalhousie

MOLONEY, Patrick of the Hundred of Boolcunda 1886 Memorial 45/374

No 1

MOLONEY, Thomas farmer Upper Wakefield 1866 Memorial 132/225

No 2

MOLONY, Thomas farmer Hundred of Moockra Co Newcastle and Elizabeth Molony his wife 1887[-1892] Memorial 213/383

MOLONEY, Thomas James farmer Hundred of Ninnes Co Daly 1885 Memorial 99/372

No 1

MOLONEY, Timothy farmer Cowandilla 1867 Memorial 19/225

MOLONEY, Timothy farmer Cowandilla 1868 Memorial 100/231

No 1

MOLONY, John labourer Kapunda Co Light. Hundred of Caltowie land grant 1880 Grant Book 60 Page 192 County Victoria

MOLONY, John saddler Kapunda and Mary Molony his wife nee Mary MCCREA. Parents of George Couslins Molony labourer and Joseph Molony [also known as Farquhar Molony] saddler both of Kapunda 1890 Application 21844

No 1

MOLSHER, David labourer Little Adelaide 1849[-1862] Memorial 404/16

MOLSHER, David labourer Little Adelaide father of John William Molsher labourer North Adelaide 1877 Memorial 137/304

No 1

MOLTON, Augustus Samuel gilder Adelaide 1862 Application 2989

MOLTON, Augustus Samuel carver and gilder Adelaide, died 30/7/1894 Parkside. Husband of Eliza Ann Molton, who lived at Eastwood by 1901. Father of Charles Edward Molton carver and gilder Adelaide and father-in-law of Charles Henry Sharpe WILLIAMS salesman Adelaide 1901 Memorial 213/442

MOLTON, Charles Edward SA Friendly Societies Secretary Park Tce, Eastwood 1930 Application 27801

MOLYNEUX, Robert merchant's clerk Adelaide 1859 Memorial 283/160

MOMM, William [formerly of Nuriootpa 1854] but now labourer Mt Gambier 1867 Memorials 372/67,1542/226