Extracts from SA General Registry Office (GRO) Information

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

 

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

 

The following information was extracted basically 'as is' from Reg's unpublished computer working files as at c2014.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

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

Names Beginning  'Mon*' to 'My*'

No 1

MONAGHAN, Arthur the Elder farmer Hundred of Kanmantoo 1862 Memorial 180/181

MONAGHAN, Arthur the Elder farmer Kanmantoo 1875[-1881] Memorial 169/284

MONAGHAN, Arthur the Elder farmer Paringa, Kanmantoo 1881 Application 18735

MONAGHAN, Arthur of Kanmantoo, died 17/7/1927 intestate. His widow, Mary Monaghan, died 19/2/1951. Children in 1956 included - John Archie Monaghan railway employee Balhannah, Nora JONES married woman Murray Bridge, Mary May WALLACE married woman Murray Bridge, Elizabeth GEE married woman 86 Kenilworth Rd, Parkside, and Kathleen WHITE married woman 34 Anstey Crescent, Galway Gardens Application 29199

No 1 - probably the same person

MONAGHAN, James and Patrick labourers Gawler South 1864 Memorial 318/195

MONAGHAN, James labourer Wasleys Station linked with Patrick Monaghan labourer Gawler 1870 Memorial 183/249

MONAGHAN, James labourer Wasleys and Patrick Monaghan labourer Gawler South 1871 Memorial 66/255

No 1 - possibly the same person

MONAGHAN, John labourer Blakiston 1865 Memorial 213/201

MONAGHAN, John contractor Mannum Hundred of Finniss land grant 1878 Grant Book 58 Page 35 County Sturt

MONAGHAN, John ferryman Mannum 1881 Application 18770

MONAGHAN, John Archie timekeeper Balhannah and Ruby Mary Monaghan his wife 1940 Memorial 178/523

MONAGHAN, Ruby Mary married woman home duties Balhannah, died 11/8/1966 aboard the Westland Express near Tammin WA, aged 61. Probably wife of John Archie Monaghan timekeeper Balhannah Memorial 36/535

No 1

MONAGHAN, Patrick labourer Gawler 1858 Memorial 242/143

MONAGHAN, Patrick labourer Gawler South 1871 Memorial 66/255

No 2

MONAGHAN, Patrick farmer St Ives near Kanmantoo 1881[-1905] Memorial 167/332, Application 24990

MONAGHAN, Mary widow Murray Bridge 1927[-1941] Possibly formerly of Kanmantoo Memorial 40/498

No 3

MONAGHAN, Patrick the Younger labourer Farrell Flat Hundred of Hanson land grant 1897 Grant Book 56 Page 265 County Stanley

MONAGHAN, T miner Kadina 1886 Memorial 113/378

No 1 - perhaps the same person

MONAGHAN, Terence labourer Pt Adelaide 1880 Application 18230

MONAGHAN, Terence of Pt Victor 1881 Memorial 155/330

No 1

MONAGHAN, Thomas miner Mt Barker 1847[-1857] Memorial 292/19

MONAGHAN, Thomas farmer Callington on the Bremer 1861 Memorial 299/171

No 1

MONCK, A clerk to EW O'HALLORAN solicitor Adelaide 1883 Memorial 15/352

MONCK, A clerk Adelaide 1891 Memorial 41/411

No 1

MONCK, John labourer Adelaide 1840 Application 2243

MONCK, John sexton Adelaide 1854 Loyal Adelaide Oddfellows Lodge trustee Memorial 238/74

MONCK, Thomas the Elder married Elizabeth IVEMEY??? on 8/6/1809 Portsea parish church, Hants, England. Family - John Monck born 7/5/1814; Elizabeth Monck born 9/11/1815; Sarah Monck born 2/10/1817; Ann Monck born 19/7/1819; Thomas Monck the Younger born 3/4/1821; Martha Monck born 2/6/1827. The family emigrated to SA. Thomas Monck the Elder Corporation Messenger Adelaide, died 24/2/1864 intestate, of heart disease, aged 77. His eldest son, John Monck, inherited as heir at law 1883 Application 19943

No 1

MONCKTON, Frederick Edward Esquire Gilbert River 1849[-1855] Memorial 252/23

MONCKTON, Frederick Edward stockholder Gilbert River 1851[-1853] Memorial 282/35

MONCKTON, Frederick Edward Esquire Gilbert River about to marry Winnifred Penn BOUCAUT spinster Sarnia Cottage near Adelaide 1853, Marriage settlement involving a section of land in the Hundred of Saddleworth Memorial 124/61

MONCKTON, Frederick Edward Esquire Manoora Gilbert River 1854[-1855] Memorial 146/69

MONCKTON, Frederick Edward gentleman of Monckton Head Station Gilbert River but then absent in London, Middlesex, England 1858[-1859] Hundred of Saddleworth land grant 1858 Grant Book 44 Page 338 County Light

MONCKTON, Frederick Edward Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now absent in London 1858[-1865] Memorial 63/136

MONCKTON, Frederick Edward Esquire Malvern, Co Worcester, England 1865 Memorial 202/205

MONCKTON, Frederick Edward Esquire formerly of the Gilbert River but now of Malvern, Co Worcester, England 1868[-1874] Memorial 126/242

MONCKTON, Frederick Edward Esquire formerly of Manoora but now of Western-Super-Mere, Somerset, England, and Winnifred Pen Monckton his wife formerly Winnifred Penn BOUCAUT 1874 Memorial 237/304

M0NCKTON, Frederick Edward Esquire formerly of the Gilbert River but then of Portishead, and lately of Clevedon near Bristol, Somerset, England, died 31/7/1880 Memorial 69/342

MONCKTON, Winnifred Penn formerly married woman Manoora but now widow Weston-Super-Mare, Somerset, England relict of the late Frederick Edward Monckton 1888 Memorial 250/391

MONCKTON, James Russell labourer Woodforde 1848 Memorial 463/10

MONCKTON, Walter Hillary architect near Parramatta NSW, replace the heir-at-law, Frederick Edward MONCKTON, who had died, as a trustee in the estate of their father, Lieutenant-Col Marmaduke Littlejohn Monckton who had died c1881 Application 21726

MONCROFT, Mr ballaster Pt Adelaide 1886 Application 20848

No 1 - likely to be the same person

MONDAY, John James farmer Keille 1885 Memorial 16/371

MONDAY, John James farmer Pt Broughton 1890[-1891] Memorial 10/402

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

MONFRIES, John blacksmith Gumeracha 1854[-1867] Memorial 129/66

MONFRIES, John the Younger saddler Gumeracha 1883 Memorial 1/350

MONFRIES, John the Elder blacksmith Gumeracha linked with John Monfries the Younger auctioneer Gumeracha 1887 Memorial 140/382

MONFRIES, John auctioneer Gumeracha 1889 Application 21575

MONFRIES, John farmer Gumeracha 1915 Memorial 50/473

MONFRIES, TE bank clerk Adelaide 1898 Memorial 194/435

MONGOR, Stephen painter Paddington 1880 Application 18283

No 1

MONINS, William Esquire Lieutenant Colonel of the East Kent Regiment, late of Buckden, but now of Canterbury, Kent, England, power of attorney to Joseph PEACOCK merchant Adelaide, to sell his real estate in the Wellington and Light Special Surveys 22/10/1855 Deposit 595/1856

MONINS, William Esquire Lieutenant-Colonel of the East Kent Regiment of Militia formerly of Buckden but late of Dover, Kent, England now deceased 1858 Memorial 110/144

MONK, Archibald farmer Clare 1858 Memorial 184/133

MONK, Henry Edward plumber and galvanised iron worker Adelaide (Twin St) 1880 Memorial 58/325

MONK, Alfred gentleman formerly of Becksley but now of Adelaide 1866 Memorial 166/215

MONK, Jonathan gardener Norwood 1855[-1856] Memorial 301/83

No 1

MONKHOUSE, Alfred labourer Leasingham 1871 Memorial 239/251

MONKHOUSE, Alfred labourer Auburn and Sarah Monkhouse nee SHUTTLEWORTH his wife. Family - Alfred James Monkhouse blacksmith Woodside, Henry Monkhouse labourer Auburn and Sarah Louisa Monkhouse spinster Hawker 1898 Memorial 180/433

No 1

MONKHOUSE, John Esquire Pt Adelaide 1861 Memorial 329/171

MONKHOUSE, John engineer Pt Adelaide 1867 Memorial 226/220

MONKHOUSE, Jasper farmer Boor Plains. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1878 Grant Book 14 Page 236 County Daly

No 1

MONKHOUSE, Matthew Esquire Adelaide 1854 Memorial 34/65

MONKHOUSE, M JP of Melrose 1873 Memorial 142/268

MONKS, Alfred auctioneer Mt Barker 1927 Memorial 65/498

MONKS, George wheelwright Mt Barker 1880 Memorial 203/324

MONKTON, Adolphine widow Norwood 1885 Memorial 101/369

No 1 - likely to be the same person

MONRO, James of North Adelaide 1846 Memorial 71/28

MONRO, James storekeeper Adelaide 1849 Memorial 2/16

MONRO, James grocer Adelaide 1851 Memorial 275/69

MONRO, James grocer Adelaide 1853 Newhaven allotments purchase Memorial 394/50

MONRO, James grocer Adelaide (Grenfell St) 1860 Memorial 43/169, Application 4459

MONRO, James gentleman Medindie 1875[-1885], died 13/4/1885. William Hunter merchant Adelaide, died 8/9/1906. Linked with Margaret Monro spinster Medindie 1911 Memorial 62/465

No 1

MONRO, Thomas Jones aerated water and cordial manufacturer Gawler 1858 Memorial 345/132

MONRO, Thomas Jones gentleman Gawler 1860. He owned land in Gawler West, a sub-division which Walter Duffield laid out Memorial 101/165

MONRO, Thomas Jones cordial manufacturer Gawler West 1866 Application 7340

MONRO, Thomas J brewer Gawler 1878 Application 16556

MONRO, Thomas Jones manufacturer Gawler Quorn (Hundred of Pichi Richi) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 49 Page 3 County Newcastle

MONRO, Thomas Jones cordial manufacturer Gawler Co Gawler. Farina (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 65 Page 67 County Not named

No 1

MONSELL, Frederick William medical practitioner formerly of Crystal Brook but now of Adelaide 1895 Memorial 198/424

MONSELL, Frederick William medical practitioner formerly of Crystal Brook but now of Leeson Park, Dublin, Co Dublin, Ireland 1896 Memorial 212/427

MONSON, George Albert labourer Pt Broughton. Hundred of Mundoora land grant 1928 Grant Book 14 Page 290 County Daly

MONTAGU, Francis William contractor Willow Plains Chapmanton (Hundred of Arkaba) township allotment land grant 1882 Grant Book 33 Page 29 County Hanson

MONTE, Antonio builder and contractor Ethelton 1924 Application 27231

MONTE, John merchant Adelaide 1879 Memorial 249/314

No 1

MONTEFIORE, Eliezer Levi Esquire Adelaide 1842 Memorial 279/2

MONTEFIORE, Eliezer Levi Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now of London, Middlesex, England linked with Jacob Montefiore Esquire Lower Belgrave St, Belgrave Square, Middlesex, England 1851 Memorial 138/38

MONTEFIORE, Eliezer Levi Esquire Adelaide 1854 Memorial 351/68

MONTEFIORE, Horatio Joseph Esquire Westbourne Tce, Hyde Park, Middlesex, power of attorney to Robert Winter BEDDOME gentleman Currency Creek, to manage his real estate in the Currency Creek Special Survey 1/4/1856 Deposit 458/1856

No 1

MONTEFIORE, Jacob merchant Melbourne Vic, but presently in Sydney NSW, power of attorney to William SANDERS gentleman Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 16/7/1852 Deposit 124/OA

MONTEFIORE, Jacob merchant Melbourne Vic, power of attorney to Henry

AYERS Esquire Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs

17/12/1853 Deposit 145/OA

MONTEFIORE, Jacob merchant formerly of Lower Belgrave Square, Middlesex, England but now of Melbourne Vic 1853 Memorial 359/46

MONTEFIORE, Jacob Esquire formerly of Lower Belgrave Square, Middlesex, England but now of Brighton, Sussex, England 1858 Memorial 112/140

MONTEFIORE, Jacob Esquire 12 Brunswick Rd, Brighton, Sussex, England 1862 Application 3106

MONTEFIORE, Jacob Levi merchant Sydney NSW 1852 Memorial 388/40

No 1

MONTEFIORE, Joseph Barrow merchant George St, Mansion House, Middlesex, England, and Jacob Montefiore of the same address, about to proceed to Sydney NSW Oct 1842 Memorial 164/3 In Sydney by July 1843 Memorial 165/3

MONTEFIORE, Joseph Barrow Esquire Glen Osmond 1849 Memorial 305/17

MONTEFIORE, Joseph Barrow Esquire Adelaide. Royal Mining Co of SA trustee 1851 Memorial 314/34

MONTEFIORE, Joseph Barrow and Eliezer Levi Montefiore became bankrupts in 1852. All their assets 'within the said province and without' came under the control of the SA Official Assignee of Insolvent Estates, John HANCE. The creditors appointed Philip LEVI and Frederick John BECK as trade assignees on 16/4/1852 Memorials 352 & 353/87

MONTEFIORE, Joseph Barrow Esquire Royal Mining Company of SA trustee Adelaide 1853[-1854] Memorial 481/51

MONTEFIORE, Joseph Barrow Esquire Adelaide 1856 Memorial 430/97

MONTEFIORE, Joseph Charles Jacob Esquire 9 Wymering Mansions, Maida Vale, Middlesex, England now known as Charles TRISTRAM 1921 Memorial 70/483

MONTEFIORE, Leslie Jacob Esquire Melbourne Vic 1855 Memorial 360/80

MONTEITH, Messrs & Co of Hindley St, Adelaide (formerly the premises of HW PHILLIPS) 1849 Memorial 407/18

No 1

MONTEITH, Thomas Freebairn gentleman Kensington 1851[-1853] Memorial 318/37

MONTEITH, Thomas Freebairn merchant Adelaide 1854 Memorial 483/71

MONTEITH, Thomas Freebairn cornfactor Adelaide 1854[-1857] Memorial 377/74

MONTEITH, Thomas F of Adelaide (King William St) 1856 Memorial 228/96

MONTEITH, Thomas Freebairn gentleman Glenelg 1856 Memorial 8/113

MONTEITH, Thomas Freebairn corn factor Adelaide 1859 Memorial 230/155

MONTEN, Charles farmer Digger's Rest near Melbourne Vic and Mary Ann Monten his wife otherwise known as Mary Ann KINGSTON or Mary Ann WRESSELL spinster, named in the will of the late Jonathan Wressell formerly farmer Lyndoch Valley now deceased 1866 Memorial 123/212

No 1

MONTETON, Carl Friedrich bookbinder Stepney 1858 Memorial 203/132

MONTETON, Carl Friedrich bookbinder Adelaide 1858 Memorial 88/134

MONTETON, Carl Friedrich licensed victualler North Adelaide 1860 Memorial 202/169

MONTETON, Adolphine widow Crafers 1877 Application 16078

MONTETON, Adolphine widow Norwood 1881[-1887] Memorial 152/332

MONTGOMERIE, James Spottiswoode, John Richard and William Montague sheep farmers Streaky Bay 1882 Memorial 35/345

No 1

MONTGOMERIE, John Richard contractor Flinders. Trustee Institute Flinders Flinders (later Streaky Bay Hundred of Ripon) township allotment land grant 1886 Grant Book 66 Page 188 County Robinson

MONTGOMERIE, John Richard farmer Kirkala near Streaky Bay 1907[-1908] Memorial 244/457, Application 25416

No 1

MONTGOMERIE, Spottiswoode livery stable keeper [Joseph CURNOW's hotel] Adelaide (Rundle St) 1853 Hundred of Onkaparinga land purchase Memorial 482/54

MONTGOMERIE, Spottiswoode gentleman Pt Adelaide 1855 Memorial 89/88 Husband of Margaret Montgomerie 1855 Memorial 383/90

MONTGOMERIE, Spottiswoode of Streaky Bay 1868 Memorial 103/230

MONTGOMERIE, Spottiswoode innkeeper Streaky Bay 1871 Memorial 234/254, Application 15731.

MONTGOMERIE, Spottiswoode gentleman Streaky Bay and Margaret Montgomerie his wife. Links with the Richard BENNETT family of Pt Adelaide 1878 Memorial 125/306

MONTGOMERY, George of Wirrabara 1882 Memorial 131/338

No 1

MONTGOMERY, George William accountant Strathalbyn 1910 Memorial 50/463

MONTGOMERY, GW public accountant Strathalbyn 1918[-1921] Memorial 124/476, Application 26976

MONTGOMERY, George William Clerk to the Strathalbyn District Council Strathalbyn 1930 Application 27821

No 1

MONTGOMERY, James storekeeper Saltia and Jane Montgomery his wife 1891 Memorial 137/408

MONTGOMERY, James storekeeper formerly of Saltia but now of Brookton WA and Jane Montgomery his wife 1908 Memorial 204/458

No 1 - perhaps the same person

MONTGOMERY, John of Woolundunga 1886 Memorial 151/379

MONTGOMERY, John farmer Saltia 1887 Memorial 117/387

MONTGOMERY, L bank official Gawler 1930 Memorial 152/503

No 1

MONTGOMERY, Reginald George accountant Strathalbyn 1951 Memorial 73/526

MONTGOMERY, Reginald George accountant Strathalbyn. Strathalbyn Bowling Club trustee 1953 Memorial 44/528

MONTGOMERY, Richard Atkinson farmer Harrogate 1873[-1874] Memorial 93/271

MONTGOMERY, Richard Atkinson out of business 50 Hughes St North Unley , one of the executors for the estate of the late William GRAEBER formerly farmer Lameroo but now deceased 1928 Grant Book 12 Page 15 County Chandos

No 1

MONTGOMERY, Robert labourer Adelaide 1839 Application 11445

MONTGOMERY, Robert gardener Walkerville built a cottage on pt lot 14 Stephens Tce, Walkerville. Linked with Sampson Montgomery 1839 Applications 11445 & 23960

MONTGOMERY, Robert gardener Walkerville, died 22/6/1840 Adelaide, intestate Application 11445

MONTGOMERY, Eliza remarried to a widower, William WRIGHT of Walkerville who also had a family. These people all left for Vic c1853, leaving the Walkerville property under the care of William REYNOLDS leather cutter Adelaide, who chose and supervised the tenants. Mrs Eliza Wright formerly Montgomery had remarried to Tomlin HARRIS farmer Tylden Vic by 1883 Application 11445

MONTGOMERY, Sophia Jane, daughter of Robert Montgomery, and Eliza nee ? , born 1839 Walkerville. She lived at Walkerville until 1853, when she left for Melbourne Vic. Sophia Jane Montgomery 18 married Alexander STEWART, born at Glasgow, Co Lanark, Scotland, son of William and Henrietta Stewart, on 21/4/1855 in the Independent Church manse at Kyneton Vic. The Stewarts later left for NSW. By 1878, Alexander Stewart was an engineer on Yanko Station, Jerilderie NSW Application 16827

No 2

MONTGOMERY, Robert gentleman Adelaide 1839. At Happy Valley by 1845 Memorial 312/4 Of Greenfield s Happy Valley 1847 Memorial 69/11 Doctor Greenfields 1850 Memorial 156/28 Surgeon Happy Valley 1849[-1864] Memorial 371/86

MONTGOMERY, Robert Esquire Greenfield Happy Valley 1855 Memorial 206/97

MONTGOMERY, Robert surgeon Happy Valley, made his will 23/11/1863. Richard Atkinson Montgomery sheep farmer The Bremer one of the executors Memorial 135/351

MONTGOMERY, Robert surgeon Glenelg 1864 Memorial 239/199

MONTGOMERY, Robert formerly of Happy Valley died c1866. His son, Richard Atkinson Montgomery, was one of the executors Memorial 198/209

MONTGOMERY, Isabella widow of Robert Montgomery, died 2/3/1883 at home Franklin St, Adelaide, of brain disease, aged 69. Her husband, Robert Montgomery, died c1866. Linked with Richard Atkinson Montgomery farmer Ardrossan 1883 Application 19864

No 3

MONTGOMERY, Robert Esquire Morphett Vale 1853 Memorial 150/55

MONTGOMERY, Robert surgeon Happy Valley Co Adelaide. Hundred of Alma land grant 1857 Grant Book 26 Page 56 County Gawler

No 4

MONTGOMERY, Robert gentleman Adelaide 1855 Memorial 65/92

MONTGOMERY, Robert Shepherd farmer Upper Wakefield Hundred of Koolunga land grant 1880 Grant Book 55 Page 188 County Stanley

No 1

MONTGOMERY, Sampson labourer Walkerville 1847[-1848] Memorial 303/8 Yeoman Adelaide 1848 Memorial 68/13

MONTGOMERY, Sampson yeoman Adelaide 1850 Memorial 381/23

MONTGOMERY, Sampson farmer Dry Creek 1853[-1855] Memorial 153/82

MONTGOMERY, Sampson farmer Upper Wakefield 1860 Application 1303

MONTGOMERY, Samson farmer Hundred of Upper Wakefield 1867 Memorial 36/219

MONTGOMERY, Sampson farmer near Auburn 1869 Application 10121

MONTGOMERY, Samson farmer near Auburn Co Stanley. Hundred of Hallett land grant 1874 Grant Book 8 Page 123 County Burra

MONTGOMERY, William farmer Encounter Bay 1849[-1852] Memorial 165/21

MOODIE, Alexander Francis shoemaker Adelaide 1864 Memorial 52/199

No 1

MOODIE, Alexander George John chemist formerly of Gilles St, Adelaide, but now of Gilberton 1894 Memorial 24/422

MOODIE, Alexander George John chemist formerly of Gilberton but now of Adelaide (Hindley St) 1898 Memorial 86/434

MOODIE, Alexander George John chemist Mile End 1920 Memorial 55/483

MOODIE, Alexander Thomas bootmaker Adelaide 1865 Memorial 143/203

MOODIE, George shepherd FS Dutton's Spring Creek Station 1844 Memorial 381/3

MOODY, Abraham James Hopkins farmer Kilkerran, linked with Henry Bruce Moody farmer Kilkerran, Howard Nettle Moody farmer Kapunda and Israel Joseph Moody farmer Kilkerran 1906 Memorial 248/455

No 1

MOODY, Alexander schoolmaster Hindmarsh 1849[-1855] Memorial 436/13

MOODY, Alexander Secretary Hindmarsh United Building Society 1852[-1855] Memorial 262/42

MOODY, Alexander schoolmaster Bowden 1855 Memorial 58/95

MOODY, Alexander District Council Clerk Hindmarsh 1858[-1865] Memorial 51/134

MOODY, Alexander schoolmaster Hindmarsh 1855 Application 12316

MOODY, Alexander clerk Hindmarsh 1858 Memorial 196/138

MOODY, Alexander Clerk to the District Council of Hindmarsh 1866. He had lived in Hindmarsh for 19 years and was Clerk for 9 years

Application 7804

MOODY, Alexander of Hindmarsh, died c1868. He left his entire estate to his granddaughter, Rose TASKER Memorial 236/231

No 1

MOODY, Charles Edward farmer Kilkerran 1887 Memorial 227/385

MOODY, Charles Edward farmer Kilkerran Hundred of Kilkerran land grant 1894 Grant Book 19 Page 172 County Fergusson

No 1 - probably the same person

MOODY, Christopher Austin draper George St, Moonta. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1873 Grant Book 14 Page 82 County Daly

MOODY, Christopher Austin auctioneer Moonta. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1877[-1882] Grant Book 14 Page 86 County Daly

MOODY, Christopher Austin auctioneer Adelaide 1882 Memorial 209/346

MOODY, Christopher Austin agent Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of Dudley land grant 1882 Grant Book 11 Page 9 County Carnarvon

MOODY, Christopher Austin auctioneer Moonta 1885 Memorial 146/363

MOODY, Christopher Austin auctioneer Adelaide 1886[-1890] Memorial 247/379

MOODY, Christopher Austin agent Adelaide 1890 Application 21881

MOODY, Christopher Austin agent Adelaide 1890[-1912] Memorial 138/404

MOODY, Christopher Austin hotelbroker Adelaide 1903 Memorial 29/448

MOODY, CT bank officer Yankalilla 1954 Memorial 129/529

No 1 - possibly the same person; or Elder and Younger?

MOODY, David farmer Light Brook Farm near Kapunda 1865 Application 6470

MOODY, David farmer Light Brook Bagot Well Hundred of Julia Creek land grant 1866 Grant Book 44 Page 93 County Light

MOODY, David farmer near Hansborough 1873[-1886] Memorial 201/268, Application 17986

MOODY, David agent Eudunda 1882 Memorial 146/341

MOODY, David Montgomery farmer Light Brook near Hansborough 1890 Memorial 214/403

No 1

MOODY, Ernest Walker farmer Two Wells Hundred of Kilkerran land grant 1881 Grant Book 19 Page 168a County Fergusson

MOODY, Ernest Walker farmer Kilkerran Hundred of Kilkerran land grant 1894 Grant Book 19 Page 173 County Fergusson

MOODY, Florence A matron King's College 1936 Memorial 95/512

MOODY, Frederick draper Kooringa 1873 Memorial 201/270

MOODY, George shepherd Spring Creek Anlaby 1844 Memorial 381/3

MOODY, H draper Kooringa 1868 Memorial 201/227

No 1

MOODY, Henry Bruce and Solomon farmers Duck Ponds Creek 1855 Memorial 243/87

MOODY, Henry Bruce farmer Two Wells linked with Joseph Moody farmer Truro 1867 Memorial 68/224

MOODY, Henry Bruce Esquire farmer Ulster Park near Two Wells 1873 Application 12858

MOODY, Henry Bruce farmer Pt Gawler 1875 Memorial 129/286

MOODY, Henry Bruce farmer formerly of the Duckponds near Angaston 1863 but now of Two Wells 1876 Application 15219

MOODY, Henry Bruce farmer Truro Hundred of Kilkerran land grant 1881 Grant Book 19 Page 168a County Fergusson

MOODY, Henry Bruce farmer Kilkerran Hundred of Kilkerran land grant 1894 Grant Book 19 Page 173 County Fergusson

MOODY, Henry Bruce farmer Kilkerran, died 14/8/1910 Moonta. He left his £12,800 estate to his sister Helen EDWARDS, his nephew Wesley Bruce Edwards a minor, his brothers Abraham James Hopkins Moody farmer Kilkerran and Howard Nattle Moody farmer Kapunda, and the Maitland Congregational Church 1910 Application 26076

MOODY, Henry Bruce farmer Kilkerran, died c1910. Brother of Abraham James Hopkins Moody farmer Kilkerran and Howard Nettle Moody farmer Kapunda Memorial 67/464

MOODY, Howard Nattle farmer Truro Hundred of Kilkerran land grant 1882 Grant Book 19 Page 169 County Fergusson

No 1

MOODY, Israel Joseph farmer Truro Hundred of Kilkerran land grant 1881 Grant Book 19 Page 168a County Fergusson

MOODY, Israel Joseph farmer Kilkerran 1890 Memorial 151/405

MOODY, Israel Joseph farmer Kilkerran 1906. Father of Henry Bruce Moody farmer Kilkerran, Howard Nettle Moody farmer Kapunda and Abraham James Hopkins Moody farmer Kilkerran Memorial 248/455

No 1

MOODY, Jeffry cooper North Adelaide (O'Connell St) 1851[-1855] Memorial 67/38

MOODY, Jeffrey cooper North Adelaide 1860 Application 1997

MOODY, Jeffry cooper Adelaide 1861 Memorial 207/173

MOODY, Jeffrey cooper Adelaide, died 7/12/1870. Joseph Eldin MOULDEN Esquire Adelaide stated that he knew him well Application 11683

No 1 - same person; the Elder and Younger?

MOODY, John labourer Angaston 1855[-1858] Memorial 296/94

MOODY, John farmer Murray Road near Truro 1857 Memorial 89/161

MOODY, John farmer Truro 1860 Application 1812

No 2

MOODY, John the Younger of Kilkerran Hundred of Kilkerran land grant 1881 Grant Book 19 Page 168 County Fergusson

MOODY, John the Younger of Urania 1894 Memorial 94/420

No 3

MOODY, John JP of Orroroo 1881 Memorial 223/330

MOODY, John auctioneer Orroroo Belton (Hundred of Eurilpa) township allotment land grant 1882 Grant Book 28 Page 111 County Granville

MOODY, John JP auctioneer Orroroo 1882[-1892] Memorial 177/344

MOODY, Joseph farm near Truro linked with Solomon Moody farmer Two Wells 1867[-1872] Memorial 69/224

MOODY, Margaret Hopkins and Mary Adelaide Moody spinsters Grace Plains, about to leave the province for an extended period, power of attorney to Alexander Watson Moody and Henry Bruce Moody sheep farmers Two Wells, power of attorney to manage their SA business affairs 29/3/1890 Deposit 35/1891

No 1

MOODY, Samuel Butler and William farmers Hundred of Kapunda 1859 Memorial 236/158

MOODY, Samuel Butler farmer Bagot Well Hundred of Kilkerran land grant 1881 Grant Book 19 Page 168 County Fergusson

MOODY, Samuel Butler farmer Kilkerran 1883 Memorial 68/348

MOODY, Eleonor wife of Samuel Butler Moody farmer Kilkerran 1898, said that she went to live at Hamilton c1857 and left the area in 1864 Application 23602

No 1

MOODY, Solomon and Israel Joseph farmers Truro 1866 Memorial 109/226

MOODY, Solomon and Joseph farmers near Truro 1866 Application 7667

MOODY, Solomon and Israel Joseph farmers near Truro 1873 Application 12883

MOODY, Solomon Esquire JP farmer Lower Light near Two Wells 1873 Application 12858

MOODY, Solomon JP farmer Hundred of Grace 1878 Memorial 173/311

MOODY, Solomon farmer Two Wells Hundred of Kilkerran land grant 1881 Grant Book 19 Page 169 County Fergusson

MOODY, Solomon farmer Kilkerran 1885 Memorial 136/372

MOODY, Solomon gentleman formerly of Kilkerran but then of Wallaroo, died 26/9/1912. Father of Ernest Walker Moody farmer Mundalla, John Walker Moody, Alice Jane SHANNON, and Charlotte Adelaide HARRIS. Estate worth £800 Memorial 153/477

No 1

MOODY, Thomas the Younger publican Brighton 1856 He sold the remainder of his lease of the St Vincent's Inn Memorial 239/95

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

MOODY, Thomas storekeeper Kooringa 1860 Memorial 228/168

MOODY, Thomas the Younger of Kooringa 1877[-1878] Memorial 37/304

No 1

MOODY, Tom cooper Adelaide (Rundle St East) 1874 Memorial 29/276

MOODY, Tom formerly cooper Adelaide but now out of business Rose Park 1902 Memorial 131/445

MOODY, Tom Jacques advertising agent Adelaide 1908, likely to be the husband of Alice E EFFIELD, as he was one of the executors for Elizabeth Effield's will Application 25417

MOODY, William municipal officer Alberton and Susan Moody his wife 1904 Application 24849

MOODY, William Alexander farmer Two Wells Hundred of Kilkerran land grant 1882 Grant Book 19 Page 169 County Fergusson

MOON, Arthur Norman gardener Gilberton. Walkerville Methodist Church trustee 1912 Memorial 137/466

MOON, FW secretary to the SA Brewing Co Ltd of Hindley St, Adelaide 1896[-1899] Memorial 27/429

No 1

MOON, John labourer Walkerville helped his neighbour, Robert Montgomery, build his cottage 1839[-1840] Application 11445

MOON, John labourer Walkerville 1871 Application 11445

MOON, John gardener Walkerville 1882 Application 19173

MOON, John labourer Walkerville 1840. He died 1897 in the Adelaide Hospital, leaving his entire £200 estate to his son, Thomas Andrew Moon labourer Walkerville Application 25097

No 2 - probably the same person

MOON, John bricklayer Pt Adelaide 1854[-1857] Memorial 456/68

MOON, John bricklayer Queenstown 1859 Application 361

MOON, John plasterer Queenstown 1867 Memorial 173/222

MOON, John mason Queenstown 1875 Memorial 46/286

MOON, Joseph mason Adelaide (Rundle St) 1850[-1852] Memorial 82/21

No 1

MOON, Joseph Lawrence licensed victualler Bordertown 1880 Memorial 125/324

MOON, Joseph Lawrence publican formerly of Bordertown but now of Lillimuir Vic 1895 Memorial 146/425

No 1

MOON, Philip mason Adelaide, eldest son of the late Joseph Moon formerly builder Rundle St, Adelaide, but now deceased 1853 Memorial 106/48

MOON, Philip mason Adelaide (Rundle St), died 24/11/1883. Husband of Isabella Moon. Grandfather of Margaret RATH, Florence Rath and William Rath. Uncle to Joseph Lawrence Moon licensed victualler Bordertown 1883 Memorial 97/354

MOON, Thomas Andrew of Stephen Tce, Walkerville 1910, declared that he had been born in Walkerville and was now 62 years old Application 25638

MOON, Thomas Marchant farmer Horsham, Sussex, England, power of attorney to Stanford CHAPMAN colonial agent Adelaide, to manage his SA real estate 24/11/1865 Deposit 98/1871

No 1

MOON, William bricklayer Queenstown 1855 Memorial 126/95

MOON, William builder Queenstown 1873 Application 13217

MOON, William mason Queenstown 1874 Application 13534

MOON, William mason Queenstown 1878 Memorial 141/305

MOON, William mason and bricklayer Queenstown 1892 Application 22327

No 1 - perhaps the same person

MOON, William butcher Portland Estate 1864 Application 5388

MOON, William carter Portland Estate 1874 Application 13975

MOON, William Clare St, Portland Estate 1882 Memorial 107/345

No 1

MOONEY, Archibald baker Glenelg 1862 Memorial 198/186

MOONEY, Archibald baker formerly of Glenelg but now of Freeling 1866 Memorial 215/278

MOONEY, Edward John grazier Melrose aged 66 in 1926, declared that he had lived at Melrose for 30 years Application 27547

No 1 - likely to be the same person

MOONEY, James labourer Adelaide 1838 Dairyman Adelaide 1840 Application 22016

MOONEY, James cowkeeper Adelaide [1842[-1843] Memorial 94/3

MOONEY, James farmer Adelaide 1844 Memorial 175/4

MOONEY, James labourer Adelaide 1849 Memorial 48/16

MOONEY, James labourer Prospect 1849 Memorial 370/16

MOONEY, James farmer Hindmarsh Valley 1850 Memorial 58/181

MOONEY, Sarah widow Hindmarsh Valley 1859 Memorial 58/181

No 2 - likey to be the same person; perhaps a continuation of No 1 [clash of dates]

MOONEY, James labourer Adelaide 1838 Labourer Prospect 1839 Application 1914

MOONEY, James labourer Prospect 1839 Application 20994

MOONEY, James yeoman Prospect 1839 Farmer Encounter Bay 1846 Application 15437

MOONEY, James farmer Encounter Bay 1847[-1850] Memorial 50/10

No 1

MOONEY, John poundkeeper Melrose Hundred of Wongyarra land grant 1858[-1862] Grant Book 23 Page 82 County Frome

MOONEY, John poundkeeper Melrose 1861 Application 2482

MOONEY, John farmer Melrose Hundred of Gregory land grant 1881 Grant Book 23 Page 100 County Frome

MOONEY, John farmer Melrose Hundred of Willochra land grant 1882 Grant Book 24 Page 548 County Frome

No 1

MOONEY, Sarah widow Glenelg 1856 Memorial 52/108

MOONEY, Sarah widow Hindmarsh Valley 1858 Memorial 157/146

MOONEY, Sarah widow Glenelg, died 1871. All the estate to be converted into money. She left her entire estate to her seven children in equal shares absolutely - Rose, John, Esther, Mary, David, Archibald and Andrew Mooney Memorial 108/255 FIND Who was the husband of Sarah Mooney of Glenelg??

MOOR, James Hugh farmer Binnum Hundred of Binnum land grant 1875 Grant Book 29 Page 142 County MacDonnell

MOOR, John farmer Ashwell 1862 Memorial 39/191

MOOR, Joseph farmer Macclesfield 1880 Memorial 80/326

No 1

MOOR/MOORE, Richard carpenter Angaston 1856 Memorial 190/107

MOOR, Richard (also called Richard MOORE) carpenter formerly of Angaston but now of Nuriootpa 1859 Memorial 173/160

MOORCROFT, William advertising agent Kent Town 1881 Application 18865

MOORE, Alexander mason New Melrose 1857[-1859] Memorial 190/122

MOORE, Alfred McLaren farmer Kenton Valley 1920 Application 26885

MOORE, Angus Hamlyn formerly farmer Lobethal but now retired Malvern 1934, declared that he was a son of John Moore of Lobethal, who died 4/2/1912 Application 27935

No 1

MOORE, Benjamin of Gumeracha 1858 Memorial 68/146

MOORE, Benjamin tailor Gumeracha 1864 Memorial 188/192

No 2

MOORE, Benjamin gardener Fullarton 1860 Memorial 125/169

MOORE, Benjamin gardener Fullarton 1863 Application 3794

MOORE, Bennett waterman Pt Adelaide 1855 Memorial 161/81

No 1 - perhaps the same person; appears doubtful

MOORE, Charles labourer Tanunda 1863 Application 4453

MOORE, Charles stationmaster Tanunda 1866 Application 7580

MOORE, Charles draper Adelaide (Rundle St) 1898[-1905] Memorial 188/437

MOORE, Charles Ernest formerly company manager but now out of business Adelaide 1943 Memorial 197/524

MOORE, CP of Jamestown 1881 Memorial 18/335

No 1

MOORE, Edward Captain of HMs 11th Regiment Adelaide 1849 Memorial 192/15 Major in HM's Army Adelaide 1855 Memorial 129/85

MOORE, Edward Major in HMs Army formerly of Adelaide 1858 Memorial 233/140

No 2

MOORE, Edward licensed victualler Adelaide (Ship Inn, Currie St) 1856[-1857] Memorial 269/102

MOORE, Edward publican Adelaide 1859 Application 394

MOORE, Edward licensed victualler Adelaide (Currie St) Co Adelaide. Hundred of Kanmantoo land grant 1859[-1862] Grant Book 57 Page 152 County Sturt

MOORE, Edward farmer Richmond Co Adelaide. Hundred of Kanmantoo land grant 1867 Grant Book 58 Page 56 County Sturt

MOORE, Edward gentleman Richmond 1876[-1883] Memorial 154/295

MOORE, Edward formerly licensed victualler Ship Inn Adelaide (Currie St) 1856 but now gardener Richmond 1877 Application 15850

MOORE, Edward farmer South Richmond Co Adelaide. Carrieton (Hundred of Eurelia) township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 13 Page 301 County Dalhousie

MOORE, Edward farmer Richmond Terowie (Hundred of Terowie) township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 40 Page 96 County Kimberley

MOORE, Edward farmer South Richmond Hammond township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 24 Page 734 County Frome

MOORE, Edward formerly licensed victualler Adelaide but now farmer South Richmond 1882 Memorial 115/344

MOORE, Edward farmer Richmond 1885 Application 20736

MOORE, Edward labourer Plympton 1899, declared that between 1864-1892, he rented four acres in the village of Richmond from Miss Esther Mendes Da Costa 40 Compton Ave, Brighton, Sussex, England, through her local attorneys John HANCE and then Alfred SPENCE. He took over the land from a Thomas GARD, who had taken out a 14 year lease, but defaulted in his rents. A certain James LEWIS occupied the land while Miss Da Costa's agent sought a new tenant Application 23880

No 3

MOORE, Edward gentleman Brighton Co Adelaide. Hundred of Nangkita land grant 1864 Grant Book 37 Page 13 County Hindmarsh

No 1

MOORE, EC clerk to Frederick Oberline BRUCE solicitor Adelaide 1881 Memorial 217/336

MOORE, EC articled clerk to Robert Garret Moore solicitor Adelaide 1881 Memorial 17/335

MOORE, EC clerk to Messrs BRUCE & MOORE solicitors Adelaide 1884[-1885] Memorial 133/355

MOORE, EC law clerk Mt Gambier 1888 Memorial 127/393

MOORE, EC solicitor Bordertown 1890 Memorial 243/401

No 1 - likely to be the same person

MOORE, Francis builder Adelaide 1850[-1851] Memorial 183/323

MOORE, Francis farmer Currency Creek 1854 Memorial 337/67

MOORE, Francis farmer Currency Creek 1856. Trustee of the Public School Government Reserve pt Section 2402 'by a public road leading from Goolwa to Currency Creek' Memorial 288/102

MOORE, Frank George out of business 443 Esplanade, Henley Beach 1950 Memorial 13/525

MOORE, Frank Randell blacksmith Wongan Hills WA a son of the late John Moore formerly farmer The Willows Lobethal now deceased 1915 Memorial 70/472

No 1

MOORE, Frederick Rupert painter Hectorville 1915 Memorial 175/472

MOORE, Frederick Rupert formerly painter Hectorville but now poultry farmer Seaton Park 1920 Memorial 152/480

MOORE, Frederick Rupert painter Hectorville 1924 Application 27240

No 1

MOORE, Frederick William clerk to J EMERSON solicitor Kapunda 1872 Memorials 190/258 & 10/259

MOORE, FW secretary to the SA Brewing Co Ltd of Hindley St, Adelaide 1893 Memorial 165/418

No 1

MOORE, George shoemaker Unley 1846[-1854] Memorial 155/7

MOORE, George shoemaker formerly of Unley but now of North Adelaide 1855 Memorial 437/80

MOORE, George shoemaker North Adelaide 1855 Memorial 433/81

MOORE, George [formerly shoemaker North Adelaide but now] farmer Section 2902 Macclesfield Special Survey 1856 Memorial 318/112

No 2

MOORE, George labourer Gawler East. Gawler Baptist Chapel trustee 1876 Memorial 193/314

MOORE, George labourer Gawler East 1881 Memorial 129/330

No 3

MOORE, George farmer Cavenagh Hundred of Cavenagh land grant 1881 Grant Book 34 Page 22 County Herbert

MOORE, George farmer Hundred of Cavenagh linked with the late John Moore formerly of the Hundred of Cavenagh now deceased. Likely that Jane Moore was the widow of the deceased 1887 Memorial 212/385

No 4

MOORE, George cooper Adelaide 1894 Memorial 69/421

MOORE, George formerly cooper Adelaide but now out of business Thebarton linked with Ada Moore laundress St Leonards Glenelg 1910 Memorial 3/463

MOORE, George formerly cooper now out of business Chapel St, Thebarton 1917. Husband of Ann Moore Application 26598

MOORE, George retired cooper Chapel St, Thebarton, died 18/7/1921. Father of Clara O'FLAHERTY. Grandfather of William Hercules O'Flaherty public accountant Adelaide (Richards Buildings, Currie St), Michael John O'Flaherty and adopted grandson Jimmy O'Flaherty. Estate worth £400. Sidney Wainman O'Flaherty Union secretary Chapel St, Thebarton also mentioned (perhaps son-in-law?) Memorials 6 & 7/515

No 5

MOORE, George out of business Prospect 1922 Memorial 153/486

No 1

MOORE, Helen May spinster Mitcham 1899 Memorial 54/438

MOORE, Helen May spinster Mitcham 1903 Application 24690

No 1

MOORE, Henry dentist Adelaide 1857 Memorial 274/117

No 2

MOORE, Henry farmer Jamestown. Hundred of Yangya land grant 1901 Grant Book 60 Page 94 County Victoria

MOORE, Henry John of Adelaide Hundred of Booleroo land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 620 County Frome

No 1

MOORE, Henry Percival of Adelaide 1916, declared that he became Manager of the Adelaide Branch of the SA Company on 1/2/1901 Application 26501

MOORE, Henry Percival of Adelaide Manager of the Adelaide Branch of the SA Company, sold part of the SA Company's Reserve at Pt Adelaide to the Melbourne Steamship Co of Lipson St, Pt Adelaide 1923 Application 27167

MOORE, Henry Rupert painter Tarcoola 1915 Memorial 175/472

No 1

MOORE, James farmer Armagh 1851[-1853] Memorial 442/31

No 2

MOORE, James gardener North Richmond 1896 Application 23164

No 3

MOORE, James farm labourer Pt Broughton. Hundred of Mundoora land grant 1912 Grant Book 14 Page 276 County Daly

No 4

MOORE, James farmer Macclesfield, died 9/3/1914. Father of Thomas Moore farmer near Macclesfield, Patrick Moore farmer near Macclesfield, John Moore no description, Mary Moore no description, Fanny Moore no description, and Ellen HEALD nee Moore of Guildford WA. Grandfather of Joseph Moore of Netley Station NSW Memorial 165/470

MOORE, James Robert solicitor Mt Gambier 1878 Application 16626

MOORE, Jennie Richarda home duties Goolwa 1951 Application 28866

No 1 - probably the same person

MOORE, John farmer Hartley Farm Hartley Vale 1845[-1851] Memorial 421/5

MOORE, John yeoman Hartley Vale Hundred of Talunga 1853[-1856] Memorial 188/54

MOORE, John farmer Gumeracha 1853 Memorial 367/60

MOORE, John farmer Kenton Valley Enon Particular Baptist Chapel trustee 1853[-1891] Memorial 102/52

MOORE, John of Kenton Valley near Gumeracha, died 25/8/ 1898 Father of William and Alfed Moore farmers Kenton Valley Memorial 40/436

No 2

MOORE, John farmer Launceston VDL 1850. Is he a relative of Francis MOORE builder Adelaide mentioned in the same deed? Memorial 259/27

No 3

MOORE, John farmer Ashwell [Templers] 1862 Memorial 39/191

MOORE, John farmer formerly of Ashwell [Templers] 1862 but now of Blyth Plains 1877. Trustee Wesleyan Methodist Chapel Templers Application 16004

No 4

MOORE, John farmer Belalie. Trustee Cemetery Hundred of Belalie Hundred of Belalie land grant 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 114 County Victoria

MOORE, John of Eudunda 1891 Memorial 170/407

No 5

MOORE, John packer North Adelaide 1894 Memorial 190/420

No 6

MOORE, John farmer The Willows, Lobethal, died 4/2/1912. Estate worth £2,900. Husband of Ann Adelaide Moore. Children - Angus Hamlyn Moore, Frank Randall Moore, Beatrice May Moore, Blanche Adelaide TUCKER, Kenton Clifford Moore. He had a 3/5th share in the business of John Moore & Co. Estate worth £2,900. His daughter, Beatrice May Moore spinster Hawker's Rd, Medindie, died 31/1/1913 Application 27229

MOORE, John Albert engine driver Southwark and Blanche Edith Moore his wife 1909 Memorial 183/461

MOORE, John Bool labourer Cockatoo Valley. Hundred of Barossa land grant 1902 Grant Book 2 Page 51 County Adelaide

MOORE, John Francis Xavier bank manager Kooringa and Harriet Louisa Grey Moore his wife formerly STOW 1895 Memorial 20/426

No 1

MOORE, Joseph of the Royal Sappers and Miners Adelaide 1850[-1853] Memorial 54/26

MOORE, Joseph Sergeant Royal Sappers & Miners Parklands Adelaide 1854 Application 18680

No 2

MOORE, Joseph gentleman Adelaide 1854 Memorial 356/66

MOORE, Joseph clerk Norwood 1856 Memorial 44/98

MOORE, Joseph gentleman Norwood 1860 Application 1535

No 3

MOORE, Joseph licensed victualler Kent Town Hotel 1862 Memorial 108/186

No 4

MOORE, Joseph storekeeper Balaklava 1882[-1887] Memorial 12/338

No 5

MOORE, Joseph carpenter Narracoorte 1882 Memorial 186/344

MOORE, Joseph Andrew saddler Norwood 1858 Memorial 4/141

MOORE, Joseph Lawrence licensed victualler Woolshed Inn Bordertown 1881 Memorial 91/336

No 1

MOORE, JR clerk to HB JAMES solicitor Adelaide 1865 Memorial 313/203

MOORE, JR clerk to Messrs STOW & BRUCE solicitors Adelaide 1867[-1868] Memorial 48/222 Clerk to Messrs STOW, BRUCE & AYERS solicitors Insurance Chambers Adelaide 1869[-1872] Memorial 198/238

MOORE, JR clerk to Messrs BRUCE & AYERS solicitors Adelaide 1871 Memorial 245/253

MOORE, JR clerk to Messrs STOW & FR AYERS solicitors Adelaide 1873 Memorial 215/269

MOORE, JR solicitor Mt Gambier 1874[-1891] Memorial 79/275

MOORE, JR of Adelaide 1881 Memorial 111/336

MOORE, JR solicitor Mt Gambier 1892 Memorial 66/412

No 1

MOORE, Louis Capel surgeon Adelaide 1841 Application 21124

MOORE, Louis Capel surgeon Hindmarsh 1842 Memorial 337/1

MOORE, Maria Annie married woman Sandy Creek. Hundred of Barossa land grant 1912 Grant Book 2 Page 56 County Adelaide

No 1

MOORE, Mark boat builder Goolwa, died 10/6/1933. Husband of Elizabeth Moore. Father of Ruby HASSEY, Hilda Lydia Moore, Kathleen Moore and Laurina Moore Memorial 131/522

MOORE, Mark fisherman Goolwa, died 10/6/1933. He used to ride on horseback with fish for the Adelaide Market. Husband of Elizabeth Moore. She died 27/1/1945. Lorena Elizabeth SHIPWAY married woman Currency Creek was a daughter of Mark and Elizabeth Moore Application 28576

MOORE, Mary widow Adelaide 1853[-1854] Memorial 216/60

No 1

MOORE, Matthew shipwright Le Fevre Peninsula 1852 Memorial 284/41

MOORE, Matthew shipwright formerly of Le Fevre Peninsula but now of near Goolwa 1858 Memorial 115/134

MOORE, Matthew shipwright Goolwa 1869 Application 9919

MOORE, Matthew James farmer Hundred of Cavanagh linked with Jane Moore farmer Hundred of Cavanagh 1887 Memorial 24/389

No 1 - perhaps the same person

MOORE, Michael farmer North Adelaide 1854[-1855] Memorial 22/64

MOORE, Michael farmer near Bagot Gap 1860 Application 1063

MOORE, Nora of Danby St, Torrensville 1931 Memorial 175/504

No 1

MOORE, Patrick storekeeper Mt Gambier 1849 Memorial 322/14

No 2

MOORE, Patrick and Thomas farmers near Macclesfield 1916 Memorial 7/474

MOORE, Phillip gardener Elliston Elliston (Hundred of Ward) township allotment land grant 1879[-1881] Grant Book 48 Page 39 County Musgrave

No 1

MOORE, Richard carpenter Angaston 1856 Memorial 190/107

MOORE, Richard carpenter Nuriootpa 1857 Memorial 274/129

MOORE, Richard carpenter formerly of Angaston but now of Nuriootpa 1859[-1860] Application 3749

No 1

MOORE, Robert farmer Riverton Co Light. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 121 County Victoria

MOORE, Robert farmer Jamestown. Hundred of Yangya land grant 1881 Grant Book 60 Page 94 County Victoria

No 1

MOORE, Robert Bennett mariner Alberton 1851 Memorial 43/32

MOORE, Robert Bennett waterman Pt Adelaide 1853[-1858] Memorial 303/50

MOORE, RG solicitor Adelaide 1879 Memorial 91/317

MOORE, Robert Formby electrician Adelaide received power of attorney to attend SA Company Board meetings in case of the absence or incapacity of Henry Percival Moore no description 1933 Memorial 63/506

MOORE, Robert Garnet and TOMKINSON, Henry Palmerston solicitors Penn Chambers, 84 King William St, Adelaide 1894 Application 22716

No 1 FIND TREVISS/TRIVESS

MOORE, Robert Treviss auctioneer Adelaide and Marcellina Sophia Moore formerly WALLACE his wife 1878 Memorial 189/311

MOORE, Robert Trivess agent Adelaide and Marcellina Sophia Moore his wife 1879 Memorial 74/313

MOORE, Robert Trivess auctioneer Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of Narridy land grant 1881 Grant Book 60 Page 260 County Victoria

MOORE, Robert Treviss/Trivess auctioneer Adelaide (Pirie St) 1883 Memorial 22/347

MOORE, Robert Treviss auctioneer Adelaide and Marcellina Sophia Moore his wife 1884 Memorial 128/356

MOORE, Robert Trivess auctioneer formerly of Adelaide 1888 Memorial 99/395

MOORE, Samuel mattress maker Adelaide 1881[-1885] Memorial 114/338

No 1

MOORE, Thomas blacksmith Adelaide 1840 Application 15983

MOORE, Thomas blacksmith Adelaide 1842 Memorial 54/301

MOORE, Thomas blacksmith Morphett Vale 1845 Memorial 311/6

MOORE, Thomas formerly blacksmith Adelaide but now of Morphett Vale 1849 Memorial 219/18, Application 15983

No 2 - perhaps Thomas Knight Moore the Elder and the Younger??

MOORE, Thomas farmer District of Adelaide 1842[-1853] Are the Morphett Vale and D of A farmers the same? Memorial 277/57

MOORE, Thomas farmer Morphett Vale 1847[-1859] Memorial 165/9

No 3

MOORE, Thomas blacksmith Adelaide 1858 Memorial 208/144

No 4

MOORE, Thomas farmer Riverton Co Light. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 121 County Victoria

MOORE, Thomas farmer Jamestown. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1884 Grant Book 60 Page 425 County Victoria

No 5

MOORE, Thomas farmer Macclesfield 1915 Application 26473

MOORE, Thomas grazier Macclesfield, died 17/9/1944 Strathalbyn intestate and a bachelor without a parent. Brother to Fanny Moore spinster Macclesfield Memorial 10/519

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

MOORE, Thomas Knight farmer Morphett Vale Co Adelaide Hundred of Seymour land grant 1867 Grant Book 54 Page 112 County Russell

MOORE, Thomas Knight farmer Morphett Vale 1869 Memorial 153/236

MOORE, Thomas Knight the Elder farmer Morphett Vale, died 8/3/1882. He left his entire £10,500 estate in trust to his wife, Elizabeth Moore, during her widowhood, then to the trustees to carry out the terms of the will. His children included - Thomas Knight Moore the Younger, Caroline HISCOCK wife of William Hiscock, Elizabeth Moore and Maria Moore spinsters Memorials 65 & 66/341

MOORE, Thomas Knight farmer Morphett Vale, died 8/3/1882. His wife called Elizabeth Moore. Legacy for one of the children - Elizabeth HILLIER wife of John Francis Hillier coachmaker Goodwood Park Memorial 226/350

MOORE, Thomas Knight the Elder farmer Morphett Vale, died 8/3/1882. Husband of Elizabeth Moore. Father of Thomas Knight Moore the Younger, Caroline HISCOCK wife of William Hiscock (cut out of her father's will), Elizabeth HILLIER nee Moore wife of John Francis Hillier coachmaker Unley and Maria Moore spinster Adelaide (who died May 1876) 1892 Memorial 135/414

MOORE, Thomas Knight the Elder farmer Morphett Vale died. His widow, Elizabeth Moore, died c1899. Parents of Thomas Knight Moore the Younger, Elizabeth HILLIER wife of John Francis Hillier of Unley, Caroline HISCOCK wife of William Hiscock, and Maria Moore Memorial 78/444

MOORE, Thomas Knight died c1882. His real estate to his wife, Elizabeth Moore, during her widowhood, and then in remainder expectant for his daughter, Maria Moore. The daughter died before her father; the SA Supreme Court ruled 7/11/1899, that TK Moore's estate would become part of the residuary estate of his widow, Elizabeth Moore. Estate to Elizabeth HILLIER nee Moore wife of John Francis Hillier blocker Hadrian's Gully. Not clear how Mrs Hillier was connected to TK Moore 1901 Application 24155

MOORE, Thomas Knight the Elder formerly blacksmith Adelaide 1842 late farmer Morphett Vale, died c1882, leaving his real estate to his wife, Elizabeth Moore, in trust for life or until her remarriage, then to his four children in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant. His daughter, Maria Moore, died before her father. His son, Thomas Knight Moore the Younger, died 1900. His daughters, Caroline HISCOCK and Elizabeth HILLIER wife of John Francis Hillier 1901 Application 24262

MOORE, Thomas Knight the Younger of no occupation Morphett Vale, died 15/2/1900 Memorial 53/444

MOORE, Thomas Knight the Elder farmer Morphett Vale, died 8/3/1882. His widow, Elizabeth Moore, died 5/7/1898. Thomas Knight Moore the Younger, died 15/2/1900. His widow, Hannah Walker Toppliss Moore, remarried 28/4/1900 (husband's name not mentioned). Other children of TK Moore the Elder as in 1902 included - Caroline HISCOCK widow Meningie relict of the late William Hiscock formerly grazier Meningie now deceased and Elizabeth HILLIER of Goodwood wife of John Francis Hillier coachsmith Morphett Vale. Another child, Maria Moore, died before her father Memorial 212/446

MOORE, Hannah Walker Toppliss 29 widow of Thomas Knight Moore farmer Section 578 Hundred of Noarlunga Morphett Vale (and daughter of Thomas and Sarah Ann GILBERTSON of Morphett Vale), remarried to Thomas KING 41 widower storekeeper Midland Junction WA on 28/4/1900 John WRIGHT's home Spring Park Helena Vale. The Rev'd William TONCHELL Congregational minister Midland Junction was the minister. Witnesses: John and Beatrice Wright Application 25527

No 1 - probably the same person

MOORE, Walter storekeeper Balaklava 1875 Memorial 83/281

MOORE, Walter storekeeper Balaklava Balaklava township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 26 Page 215 County Gawler

MOORE, W storekeeper Balaklava 1882 Memorial 2/338

No 1 - appears to be the same person

MOORE, William farmer Adelaide 1840 Application 24332

MOORE, William farmer Adelaide 1848[-1852] Memorial 296/12

MOORE, William farmer Thebarton 1849[-1852] Memorial 483/18

No 2

MOORE, William labourer Milang 1856 Memorial 178/160

MOORE, William formerly labourer Milang but now oyster merchant Pt Adelaide 1882 Memorial 21/343

MOORE, William oyster merchant Pt Adelaide 1886 Application 20923

MOORE, perhaps William & DE CEAN storekeepers Le Fevre Peninsula 1892 Application 22201

No 3

MOORE, William labourer Middleton 1858 Memorial 27/136

MOORE, William labourer [formerly of Middleton but now of] Birkenhead 1903 Memorial 45/449

No 4

MOORE, William shoemaker Adelaide 1856 Memorial 144/105

No 5 - probably the same person

MOORE, William candle manufacturer Adelaide 1859[-1860] Memorial 226/152

MOORE, William soap manufacturer Glenelg 1859[-1861] Memorial 322/159

MOORE, William merchant Glenelg 1861 Application 2087

MOORE, William [formerly of Glenelg but now] storekeeper Kadina 1861[-1862] Memorial 240/179

No 6

MOORE, William labourer Melbourne Vic owned Lot 9 at Aldinga 1862 Application 3542

MOORE, William labourer Aldinga 1885 Memorial 14/365

No 7

MOORE, William storekeeper Pt Wakefield Hundred of Inkerman land grant 1869 Grant Book 27 Page 120 County Gawler

No 8

MOORE, William mariner Pt Adelaide 1864 Application 5783

No 9

MOORE, William vigneron East Richmond 1880 Application 18056

No 10

MOORE, William JP of Pt Pirie 1890 Memorial 191/406

No 11

MOORE, William farmer and gardener Gumeracha 1909 Memorial 198/461

MOORE, William James mine manager formerly of Quorn but now of Adelaide 1890 Memorial 238/406

MOORE, William Samuel gentleman Adelaide (Pulteney St) 1865[-1874] Memorial 134/208

No 1

MOORE, William Samuel teacher Adelaide 1877 Memorial 162/301

MOORE, William Samuel clergyman died 1901. He left his real estate in trust for his widow, Elizabeth Ann Moore, during her lifetime, then to his son, William Alfred Moore Clerk in Holy Orders Glenelg during his lifetime, then to WA Moore's wife, Kate Leslie Frances Moore, absolutely in remainder expectant. Elizabeth Ann Moore widow of the late WS Moore clergyman, died 11/4/1903 Avenue St, Millswood, of 8 months' cerebral paralysis, aged 69 Application 25375

MOORE, WIlliam Roger Caldwell of Adelaide 1887 Memorial 225/386

No 1

MOORES, Luther clerk to Bayfield MOULDEN solicitor Adelaide 1888[-1907] Memorial 214/392

MOORES, Luther clerk to Messrs MOULDEN & Sons solicitors Adelaide 1894 Memorial 184/420

MOORES, Luther licensed land broker Adelaide (18 Waymouth St) 1914 Application 26375

MOORES, Luther licensed landbroker and agent Adelaide (105 King William St) 1930 Memorial 109/504

MOORHOUSE, Charles Loftus mechanical engineer Glen Osmond Co Adelaide. Tarcoola (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1901 Grant Book 65 Page 306 County Not name

No 1

MOORHOUSE, Ebenezer Esquire Adelaide 1844 Memorial 225/4

MOORHOUSE, Ebenezer gentleman Adelaide, died c1848. He left his entire estate to his wife, Isabella Moorhouse, except for £500 to go to his son, Edward Moorhouse, once he turned 21 [Was Ebenezer Moorhouse a brother to Matthew Moorhouse?] Memorial 282/174

MOORHOUSE, Ebenezer gentleman Adelaide, died c1848. All his estate other than that in Britain to his wife Isabella absolutely. She had to pay his son, Edward Moorhouse, £500 when he turned 21 years. Ebenezer Moorhouse appeared to have links with Birmingham, Co Warwick, England Application 9211

MOORHOUSE, Isabella widow Adelaide 1848 Memorial 241/237

No 1

MOORHOUSE, Edward labourer Cheltenham 1857 Memorial 23/120

MOORHOUSE, Edward labourer Pt Adelaide 1871 Memorial 33/257

MOORHOUSE, Edward gentleman Melbourne Vic, power of attorney to Peter Dowding PRANKERD land agent Adelaide, to manage his SA

real estate 20/5/1870 Deposit 122/1870

No 1 - probably the same person

MOORHOUSE, James sheepfarmer Bartagunyah Wilmington township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 24 Page 566 County Frome

MOORHOUSE, James of Bartagunyah linked with Washington Moorhouse auctioneer Gladstone 1879 Memorial 25/313

MOORHOUSE, James and Washington gentlemen Melrose 1878 Memorial 179/322

MOORHOUSE, James sheep farmer Melrose linked with Washington Moorhouse sheep farmer Gladstone 1882 Memorial 33/342

MOORHOUSE, John labourer Yatala township near Pt Adelaide 1876 Application 15638

No 1

MOORHOUSE, Matthew Protector of the Aborigines Adelaide 1842 Memorial 355/2

MOORHOUSE, Matthew Esquire North Adelaide 1853 Memorial 49/51

MOORHOUSE, Matthew Esquire Riverton 1860 Application 1655

MOORHOUSE, Matthew sheep farmer Riverton 1861 Memorial 110/171

MOORHOUSE, Matthew sheep farmer The Hummocks near Clare 1864 Application 4877

MOORHOUSE, Matthew Esquire formerly of Riverton but now of Mt Remarkable 1868 Memorial 26/230

MOORHOUSE, Matthew JP Esquire Bartagunyah 1871[-1873] Memorial 51/257

MOORHOUSE, Matthew stockkeeper Melrose trustee Institute Melrose Hundred of Wongyarra land grant 1873 Grant Book 23 Page 50 County Frome

MOORHOUSE, Matthew of Bartagunyah, died 29/3/1876. His wife, Mary Ruth Moorhouse, died 30/4/1877. Their children included: Emma Jane WILLIAMS wife of the Rev'd Hartley Williams clerk in holy orders Melrose , James Moorhouse sheep farmer Melrose and Washington Moorhouse sheep farmer Gladstone Memorial 218/300

MOORHOUSE, Matthew Esquire Bartagunyah Mt Remarkable Special Survey, died 1876. Husband of Mary Ruth Moorhouse. Father of James Moorhouse, Washington Moorhouse and Emma Jane WILLIAMS wife of Hartley Williams Memorial 101/441

MOORHOUSE, Mary Ruth widow Bartagunyah, died 30/4/1877, of congestion of the lungs, aged 67 Application 26299

No 1

MOORHOUSE, Washington merchant Pt Pirie. Pt Pirie (Hundred of Pirie) township allotment land grant Sep 1872 Grant Book 60 Page 475 County Victoria

MOORHOUSE, Washington miller Riverton Co Light. Caltowie (Hundred of Caltowie) township allotment land grant Nov 1872 Grant Book 60 Page 442 County Victoria

MOORHOUSE, Washington gentleman Riverton 1873[-1875] Memorial 77/270

MOORHOUSE, Washington gentleman Gladstone 1875 Application 14734

MOORHOUSE, Washington miller Gladstone. Booyoolie (later part of Gladstone Hundred of Booyoolie) township allotment land grant 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 311 County Victoria

MOORHOUSE, Washington miller Gladstone and Frances Elizabeth Moorhouse his wife formerly FE SWINDEN 1875 Memorial 192/281

MOORHOUSE, W JP agent Gladstone 1877 Memorial 41/298

MOORHOUSE, Washington of Gladstone Hundred of Appila land grant 1879 Grant Book 24 Page 497 County Frome

MOORHOUSE, Washington gentleman Adelaide, about to proceed to Europe, power of attorney to James MOORHOUSE and Auguste DAVIES, to manage his SA business affairs 4/4/1887 Deposit 101/1887

No 1

MOORHOUSE, William farmer Holdfast Bay 1856 Memorial 278/108

MOORHOUSE, William farmer Yankalilla 1858[-1861] Memorial 151/144

No 1

MORAN, Cicely Margaret hotelkeeper Bowden 1922 Memorial 84/485

MORAN, Cicely Margaret hotelkeeper Governor Hindmarsh Hotel Bowden 1923 Memorial 32/487

MORAN, Felix tailor Gawler 1900 Application 24103

No 1

MORAN, James publican Adelaide 31/7/1838. He had left Adelaide by 1864. Application 5279

No 2

MORAN, James labourer Langham Place, Pt Adelaide 1896 Application 23117

MORAN, John farmer Caltowie Hundred of Willowie land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 741 County Frome

MORAN, JP Clerk to LYONS & LEADER estate agents Adelaide 1893 Application 22567

MORAN, Leonard Hamilton bank manager Tanunda 1954 Memorial 60/529

No 1

MORAN, Thomas coachsmith Adelaide 1839 Application 5886

MORAN, Thomas coachsmith Adelaide 1849 Enrolment 63/47

MORAN, Thomas blacksmith Adelaide 1856 Memorial 237/103

No 1

MORAN, Thomas William mounted police corporal Adelaide 1853 Memorial 43/48 Mounted police constable Mt Remarkable 1854[-1856] Memorial 325/66

MORAN, Thomas William farmer near Melrose 1856 Memorial 129/110

MORAN, Thomas William licensed victualler Mt Remarkable Hundred of Wongyarra land grant 1858 Grant Book 23 Page 20 County Frome

MORAN, Thomas William brewer New Melrose 1860 Application 1530

MORAN, Thomas William licensed victualler Melrose 1861 Memorial 310/175

MORAN, Thomas William of Mt Remarkable 1861 Memorial 122/176

MORAN, Thomas William of Rockville Mt Remarkable 1862 Memorial 62/184

MORAN, Thomas William of New Melrose 1862 Memorial 10/270

MORAN, Thomas William stockholder Melrose Hundred of Wongyarra land grant 1863 Grant Book 23 Page 50 County Frome

MORAN, Thomas William gentleman Dorrington House near Mt Remarkable 1864[-1867] Memorials 14/195 & 186/220

MORAN, Thomas William stockholder Mt Remarkable 1865[-1868] Application 6013, Memorial 187/230

MORAN, Thomas William stockholder Melrose 1868[-1869] Memorial 98/230

MORAN, Thomas William innkeeper Melrose 1869[-1875] Memorial 199/239, Application 14126

MORAN, Thomas William farmer Melrose Hundred of Gregory land grant 1881 Grant Book 23 Page 102 County Frome

MORAN, William carpenter Pt Augusta Hundred of Davenport land grant 1892 Grant Book 24 Page 668 County Frome

No 1

MORCOM, Alfred James Electricity Trust of SA Secretary Penong St, Hyde Park 1954, whose head office was on North Tce, Adelaide Application 29035

MORCOM, Alfred James secretary 25 Jasper St, Hyde Park Secretary to the Electricity Trust of SA 1962 Application 29495

No 1 - perhaps the same person

MORCOM, John mason Magill 1858 Memorial 342/132

MORCOM, John mason Home Park Magill 1875 Memorial 227/279

MORCOM, Ronald journalist Alice Springs NT 1953, declared that he had been born on 5/8/1906 at Owen. Between 1927-1942, he worked for the Pt Lincoln Times Office Application 28915

MORCOM, Samuel of Adelaide 1855 Memorial 18/82

MORCOM, William carpenter Adelaide 1875 Memorial 154/280

No 1 - perhaps the same person

MORCOMB, James builder Adelaide 1854 Memorial 96/77

MORCOMB, James coachbuilder Adelaide 1859[-1873] Memorial 83/149

No 1

MORCOMB, John and William labourers Gawler South 1864 Memorial 106/196

MORCOMB, John and William [formerly labourers but now] yeomen Gawler South 1867 Memorial 167/223

No 3

MORCOMB, John James blacksmith Gawler 1865[-1881] Memorial 292/206

MORCOMB, John James blacksmith [formerly of Gawler but now of] Balaklava 1888 Memorial 93/394

MORCOMBE, John James blacksmith Balaklava 1904 Application 24814

MORCOMB, William yeoman Gawler 1868 Memorial 202/232

MORCOMBE, George miner Copperhouse 1859[-1877] Memorial 30/159

MORCOMBE, William and William CLARK gentlemen Norwood trading together under the style or firm of Morecombe & Clark 1876 Memorial 156/296

MORCON, Joseph blacksmith Adelaide (North Tce) 1854 Memorial 369/70

No 1

MORDAUNT, John master mariner Pt Adelaide 1851 Memorial 468/31

MORDAUNT, John master mariner Le Fevre Peninsula 1856 Memorial 1/111

MORDAUNT, John master mariner North Arm Road near Pt Adelaide, died 27/9/1865 North Arm Road, of liver disease, aged 70. He was the Keeper of the Powder Magazine, Pt Adelaide. Husband of Agnes Mordaunt nee HUNTER, who died 17/9/1877 Union Workhouse, Greenwich, Kent, England, of softening of the brain, aged 81. Parents of Mrs John TODD nee Agnes Sophia Gertrude Mordaunt (only surviving child in 1883; baptised 16/11/1828 St John at Hackney, Middlesex, England - father mate on a free trader- married 21/7/1846 St George's Hanover Square, Middlesex, England, to John Todd physician Dover Road, Surrey son of Joseph Todd farmer; the bride lived at 22 Princes Square, Middlesex, and her father was a master mariner; John Todd surgeon 92 Grange Road Bermondsey, Surrey, died 20/8/1866 of one year's broncho pneumonia, aged 45), Mrs John Henry Hall nee Sarah Emma Mordaunt (born 15/12/1824 baptised 15/6/1825 St John at Hackney, Middlesex, England when the family lived Cambridge Heath [father in the EIC service] and who died June 1863. Her husband was a master mariner stationed at Black Rock, Co Cork, Ireland, when the couple married 29/6/1852 St Michael's parish church Stisted, Essex, England, where the bride lived at the time), and a son who died in infancy. A daughter of Mrs & Mrs Hall, Laura Frederica Hall (born 2 October 1854 Black Rock, Co Cork, Ireland), later emigrated to SA and lived at Spalding in 1883 Application 19933

MORE, Thomas farmer Morphett Vale 1853 Memorial 19/49

MOREAU, George Joseph master butcher 263 Goodwood Road, Millswood 1954[-1955] Memorial 17/529, Application 29108

No 1

MORECROFT, Joseph mason Section 1685 Co Light 1852 Memorial 481/43

MORECROFT, Joseph hotelkeeper Wedderburn Vic, died in 1884. He left his entire estate to his wife, Martha Morecroft absolutely. Included SA assets Memorial 107/361

MORECROFT, Martha widow Wedderburn Vic 1884 relict of the late Joseph Morecroft hotelkeeper Wedderburn who died 3/8/1881 Memorial 40/362

No 1

MORECROFT, William mechanic Pt Adelaide 1854 Memorial 179/74

MORECROFT, William mechanic [formerly of Pt Adelaide but now of] Queenstown 1871 Memorial 21/255

MOREHEAD, Robert Archibald Alison Esquire Sydney NSW 1852[-1880] Memorial 229/81Application 18071

No 1

MORELAND, John William labourer Nelsonville. Mulpata (Hundred of Cotton) township allotment land grant 1927 Grant Book 12 Page 221 County Chandos

MORELAND, John William labourer Mulpata, died 16/10/1932. Executor George Mortimer MORELAND dairy farmer 10 East St, Torrensville 1954 Grant Book 12 Page 131 County Chandos

MORELAND, Annie married woman Torrensville. Mulpata (Hundred of Cotton) township allotment land grant 1927 Grant Book 12 Page 221 County Chandos

No 1

MORETON, George Francis surgeon formerly of Gawler but now of Enfield 1854 Memorial 89/62

MORETON, George Francis surgeon Enfield 1853[-1855] Memorial 111/52

MORETON, George Francis surgeon Nailsworth, died 20/11/1861, leaving John HECTOR and Lewis William GILLES as trustees and executors of his will Application 10244

MORETON, George Francis surgeon Upper Dry Lake [Creek?] near Adelaide and Frances Hannah Morton his wife, daughter of Lewis William GILLES Esquire Warrnambool Vic c1855. Mrs Moreton was a widow of Parkside by 1884 Memorial 56, Book 205, Memorial 154 Book 355

No 1

MOREY, Benjamin house painter Adelaide (Pulteney St) 1854 Memorial 79/71, Application 3559

MOREY, Benjamin licensed victualler Kensington 1877 Memorial 51/302

MOREY, Benjamin publican Kensington, died c1893. Husband of Eliza Morey. Father of Henry Robert Morey, Emily HARMAN wife of Henry Harman draper Adelaide, Frederick Morey, Amelia HEANES wife of Samuel Heanes bootmaker Kensington, Frederick Morey, Charles Whybrow Morey and Rosalie Morey Memorial 24/416

MOREY, Benjamin publican Kensington, died 31/12/1892. He left his estate to his wife, Eliza Morey, for life or during her widowhood, then to his children equally - Henry Robert Morey, Emily HARMAN wife of Henry Harman draper Adelaide, Frederick Morey, Amelia HEANES wife of Samuel Heanes bootmaker Kensington, Charles Whybrow Morey and Rosalie Morey. Estate worth £500 1894 Application 22735

MOREY, Eliza widow Kensington 1894 relict of the late Benjamin Morey publican Kensington, who died 21/12/1892 Memorial 221/422

MOREY, Frederick printer Tusmore and Anna Morey his wife 1879 Memorial 62/317

MOREY, Henry Robert of Adelaide 1864 Application 4884

MOREY, William John of Bordertown 1888 Memorial 82/390

No 1

MORFORD, William Bennett stone mason Adelaide 1851[-1853] Memorial 159/30 Formerly of Adelaide, now of Melbourne Vic, and Mary nee GARD his wife 1854 Enrolment 45/43

MORFORD, William Bennett stonemason Melbourne and Mary Morford his wife formerly Mary GARD spinster 1854. Likely a family link with Thomas Gard police constable Adelaide Memorial 45/74

MORFORD, William Bennett stonemason Norwood and his wife, Mary Morford 1856 Memorial 163/96

MORFORD, Mary wife of William Bennet Morford stone mason Norwood nee Mary GARD, died c 1860. She left most of her estate in trust to her husband, WB Morford, for his lifetime, then equally and absolutely in remainder expectant to three nephews - Richard Thomas Gard and John Edward Gard (brothers) residing on the Bendigo River Vic by 1862, and Edward Gard of Pt Adelaide (a son of Thomas Gard, brother to Mrs Morford). John Edward Gard formerly farmer Spring Creek near Balhannah, also to inherit £20 Memorial 346/182

MORFORD, William Bennett 39 stonemason married Mary GARD 45 spinster 28/8/1852 Freeman St Presbyterian Manse Rev’d Robert HAINING. William Bennett Morford stonemason Norwood, died 9/6/1867, aged 56 Application 10777

MORGAN, Alberta married woman Unley 1919 Application 26782

MORGAN, Arnold Needham carpenter Colonel Light Gardens 1928 Memorial 25/499

MORGAN, Benjamin and Joseph Lewis Morgan farmers Penang 1897 Memorial 206/432

No 1

MORGAN, Charles shoemaker Unley 1869[- 1892] Memorial 25/242

No 2 - likely to be a continuation of No 1

MORGAN, Charles gardener Upper Sturt 1903 Memorial 245/448

MORGAN, Charles gardener Upper Sturt, died 14/2/1912. Father of Charles Arthur Morgan and John Thomas Morgan gardeners Upper Sturt Memorial 230/466

No 1

MORGAN, Daniel engineer Pt Adelaide 1865 Application 6400

MORGAN, Daniel farmer Warrow Hundred of Lake Wangary land grant 1880 Grant Book 179 Page 179 County Flinders

MORGAN, Daniel farmer Hundred of Warrow near Pt Lincoln and Diana Morgan his wife 1884[-1894] Memorial 97/358

MORGAN, Daniel farmer Hundred of Warrow near Pt Lincoln, power of attorney to his wife, Diana MORGAN of the Hundred of Warrow, to manage his business affairs in SA 5/6/1884 Deposit 111/1884

MORGAN, Daniel of Warrow 1901 Memorial 156/444

MORGAN, Daniel farmer Coulta 1905 Memorial 207/453

No 1

MORGAN, David labourer Adelaide 1838 Application 10208

MORGAN, David labourer Adelaide 1846 Memorial 52/6

MORGAN, David labourer [formerly of Adelaide but now of] Brighton and Christian Morgan his wife 1850 Memorial 191/19

MORGAN, David farmer Brighton, about to leave the province for some time, power of attorney to his wife, Christain MORGAN and Selina MOFFETT spinster Western Flat, Mt Barker, to manage his SA business affairs 7/1/1850 Deposit 552/1856

MORGAN, David farmer Brighton and Christian Morgan his wife 1856 Possibly a family link with Selina MOFFETT spinster Western Flat near Mt Barker Memorial 186/111

No 2

MORGAN, David wheelwright Pt Wakefield 1872[-1875] Memorial 169/257

MORGAN, Edgar Ernest Albert farmer Yongala. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1912 Grant Book 13 Page 212 County Dalhousie

No 1

MORGAN, Edmund storeman Portland Estate 1858[-1868] Memorial 31/145

MORGAN, Edmund out of business Portland Estate Pt Adelaide, died 25/8/1894. Husband of Mary Ann Elizabeth Morgan. She was the mother of Emma Jane, Charles Edmund and Frederick Adolphus [not clear whether these children were Morgans] Memorial 83/432

No 1

MORGAN, Edward miner Kapunda 1864 Memorial 269/203

MORGAN, Edward formerly miner 1864 but now builder Kapunda 1865 Application 6621

No 1 - probably the same person

MORGAN, Edward William gentleman Adelaide 1853[-1859] Memorial 263/48

MORGAN, Edward w clerk to FG Morgan solicitor Adelaide 1859 Memorial 123/159

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

MORGAN, Edward William Esquire Upwood near Adelaide 1853[-1860][Possibly Preliminary Rural Section 297 Survey B] Memorial 18/54 Gentleman First Creek 1854 Memorial 424/82

No 3

MORGAN, Edward William upholsterer Kapunda 1910 Application 25734

No 1

MORGAN, Elijah blacksmith Rapid Bay 1859 Memorial 131/149

MORGAN, Elijah blacksmith Rapid Bay 1860 Application 1956

MORGAN, Elijah blacksmith Rapid Bay Hundred of Yankalilla land grant 1861 Grant Book 37 Page 234 County Hindmarsh

MORGAN, EJR articled law clerk Adelaide 1915 Memorial 95/478

MORGAN, Esau labourer Penrice 1859 Memorial 56/157

No 1 - likely to be the same person

MORGAN, Frederick George Esquire Adelaide (King William St) 1849 Memorial 431/17

MORGAN, Frederick George Esquire Adelaide 1850[-1854] Memorial 334/26

MORGAN, Frederick George solicitor Adelaide 1857[-1870] Memorial 48/125

MORGAN, Frederick George and PETER, O'Brien Bellingham Esquires Adelaide trading under the style or firm of Morgan, Peter & Co 1859 Memorial 15/149 FG Morgan was a solicitor 1859 Memorial 331/149

No 1

MORGAN, George draper Adelaide 1855 Memorial 318/86

MORGAN, George merchant Adelaide 1870 Memorial 24/270

MORGAN, George merchant Adelaide 1871[-1878] Memorial 152/257, Application 16970

MORGAN, George and William merchants Adelaide 1876 Memorial 106/291

MORGAN, George Esquire Glenelg, about to leave the province for a time, power of attorney to Arthur Lucas HARROLD merchant Adelaide and Henry Morgan HAWKES agent Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 31/3/1887 Deposit 28/1887

No 2

MORGAN, George labourer Penrice 1857 Memorial 9/127

MORGAN, George labourer Penrice 1862 Application 3301

No 3

MORGAN, George merchant Adelaide 1878 Application 16970

No 1

MORGAN, George John wheelwright Melrose Hundred of Black Rock Plain land grant 1882 Grant Book 13 Page 111 County Dalhousie

MORGAN, George John of Carrieton 1882 Memorial 187/343

MORGAN, Hannah widow Adelaide 1849[-1860] Memorial 265/16

No 1

MORGAN, Hedley Lewis and William Arthur Danesbury Morgan both of Yongala 1895[-1901] Memorial 164/424

MORGAN, Hedley Lewes farmer Yongala. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1901[-1912] Grant Book 13 Page 206 County Dalhousie

MORGAN, Herbert grazier formerly of Mongolata near Kooringa but now of Burra North 1946 Application 28460

MORGAN, Hugh surveyor Adelaide 1885 Memorial 133/370

MORGAN, Jacob labourer Penrice near Angaston 1856[-1861] Memorial 308/108

No 1

MORGAN, James carpenter Kooringa 1851 Memorial 209/28

MORGAN, James carpenter formerly of Kooringa but now of Melbourne Vic 1853 Memorial 471/66

No 2

MORGAN, James bootmaker Adelaide 1857[-1877] Memorial 176/129

No 3

MORGAN, James the Elder wharf clerk Pt Adelaide and James Morgan the Younger railway clerk Pt Adelaide 1866[-1867] Memorial 27/217

No 1

MORGAN, John builder North Adelaide 1841[-1856] Memorial 96/74

MORGAN, John gentleman Adelaide 1856 Memorial 309/108

MORGAN, John builder formerly of North Adelaide but now of Salisbury 1856 Memorial 254/112

No 2

MORGAN, John of Adelaide 1849 Memorial 363/16

MORGAN, John plasterer North Adelaide 1850[-1870] Memorial 37/23

MORGAN, John plasterer North Adelaide, died 15/4/1874. His wife, Ann Morgan, who inherited his £700 estate, had gone overseas by 1877 Application 16155.

No 3

MORGAN, John dairyman Adelaide 1851[-1853] Memorial 64/36

MORGAN, John farmer Adelaide 1853 Memorial 138/58

MORGAN, John formerly farmer Adelaide but now gentleman Unley 1902 Application 24463.

No 4

MORGAN, John wheelwright near Mt Barker 1856[-1858] Memorial 225/132

MORGAN, John wheelwright north-east pt Section 2895 Hundred of Macclesfield near Mt Barker 1860 Application 1418.

No 5 - perhaps the same person

MORGAN, John blacksmith McLaren Vale 1863 Application 4074.

MORGAN, John blacksmith McLaren Vale 1879 Memorial 99/314

MORGAN, John blacksmith McLaren Vale 1881 Application 18814

MORGAN, John undertaker McLaren Vale 1883 Application 19875

No 6

MORGAN, John surgeon Auburn 1864[-1869] Memorial 172/199

MORGAN, John surgeon Auburn 1866 Application 7348

MORGAN, John surgeon Upper Wakefield 1866 Memorial 87/218

No 7 - possibly the same person

MORGAN, John farmer Unley father of Charles Morgan shoemaker Unley 1869 Memorial 25/242

MORGAN, John labourer Unley and Mary Ann Morgan his wife formerly Mary Ann DUNN widow Unley. Mother of John Stevens Dunn labourer Unley 1876 Memorial 122/293

MORGAN, Mary Ann died 24/5/1890. Mother of Mary Jane DUNN spinster who died 18/3/1877 intestate, before her mother. Other children included - John Stevens Dunn labourer Unley, Jessie EVANS nee Dunn wife of James Evans mason Unley, Lydia Sarah Stevens TILSLEY nee Dunn wife of James Tilsley plumber formerly of Unley but now of Nhill Vic (married 31/8/1888). Alice Phoebe Skinner nee Dunn wife of Elijah Skinner coachman North Adelaide, had died on 31/8/1888 intestate Memorial 195/414

No 8

MORGAN, John labourer Pt Augusta 1869 Application 9707

No 9 – perhaps the same person

MORGAN, John teamster near Kooringa. Hundred of Kingston land grant 1876 Grant Book 8 Page 171 County Burra

MORGAN, John farmer Baldina 1885[-1901] Memorial 112/370

No 10

MORGAN, John farmer Booleroo. Hundred of Booleroo land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 620 County Frome

No 11

MORGAN, John bank clerk Kingston S-E 1893 Memorial 179/417

MORGAN, John Jayne gentleman Adelaide 1851 Memorial 2/36

No 1

MORGAN, Joseph Lewis of Penang Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1878 Grant Book 14 Page 416 County Daly

MORGAN, Joseph Lewis and William Benjamin farmers Penang 1889[-1897] Memorial 239/398

No 1

MORGAN, Lewis labourer Pt Adelaide 1859[-1885] Memorial 106/153

MORGAN, Lewis & Mary PERKS of Pt Adelaide 1880 Application 18246

MORGAN, M agent Pt Adelaide 1895 Memorial 74/437

MORGAN , Margaret spinster Cumberland St, London, Middlesex, England, took out a land grant of Section 212E Survey E on the Inman River 31/12/1839. She died 13/1/1863. Legacies to various nieces and nephews. Her nephew, the Rev’d Benjamin Morgan COWIE, of Queen’s Gardens, Hyde Park, Middlesex, was an executor and inherited her residual estate. He appointed Charles Henry GOODE merchant Adelaide, his local attorney to sell his aunt’s SA real estate 1/10/1863. William ROBINSON farmer Encounter Bay bought the Section. Henry Vyvyan ROBINSON formerly of Penghill, Cornwall, but now of St Giles’ Parsonage, Great Torrington, Devon, declared: ‘The said textatrix was not a communicative person respecting her private affairs, as is evidenced by the fact of her having written all her said will in her own handwriting and from the character and manner of the testatrix, I believe it to be very unlikely that she ever shewed her said will to any person whomsover and that consequently it would not be possible to obtain information as to the alterations appearing in the said will. I have not heard of any person who saw the said will previous to the execution thereof as aforesaid’ Bequests to her late sister’s children, children of Thomas and Ann CARNSEW of Flexbury, Cornwall, later of Lad Lane, London. Ann Carnsew had given her sister Margaret Morgan £500 to invest on behalf of her children in proportions as Margaret Morgan directed. Ann Carnsew died 3/9/1848, and Margaret Morgan became the executrix of her will. The Morgans appeared to be a Cornish family Application 5874

MORGAN, Michael ranger Pt Augusta West. Pt Augusta West (Hundred of Copley) township allotment land grant 1891 Grant Book 65 Page 225 County Manchester

MORGAN, Noah farmer Qualco. Qualco Cemetery trustee 1906 Grant Book 3 Page 96 County Albert

MORGAN, Richard Jackson apiarist Wirrabara 1956 Application 29205

No 1

MORGAN, Thomas DD clerk in holy orders Portsmouth, Hants, England 1842[-1849] Memorial 342/2

HARGOOD, Mary Elizabeth and HARGOOD, Rosa Mary spinsters formerly of 21 Springfield Road, St John’s Wood, Middlesex, but now of Grant Cottage, Newnham Croft, Cambridge, England, power of attorney to William KAY Esquire 12 Exchange Buildings Pirie St, Adelaide, to manage the business in regard to Country Sections 526, 527 Survey B, Country Section 132 Survey E and Town Acre 1041, North Adelaide, which they inherited as tenants in common under the will of the Rev’d Thomas MORGAN DD Portsmouth, Hants, England 2/10/1883 Deposit 246/1883

No 1 - possibly the same person

MORGAN, Walter of Baldina 1885 Memorial 113/371

MORGAN, Walter teamster Kooringa 1894 Memorial 135/420

No 1

MORGAN, William gentleman Adelaide bought land near Mt Gambier on 'a Government road leading from Mt Gambier township to Adelaide' 1851 Memorial 324/35

MORGAN, William bought land near Mt Gambier in partnership with Dr JDE WEHL. He kept an interest in the land until his death in England on 14/3/1857 intestate. His heir at law was his only sister, Ann Lydia DIKE, wife of William Henry Dike leather cutter 3 White Lion St, Chelsea, Middlesex. She died 6/7/1858, without having cleared up her brother’s estate. Her interest went to her two daughters, Anne Emily Dike born 8/7/1842 and Rhoda Dike born 20/4/1845. Their father acted on their behalf to claim the land in SA. Power of attorney to William Edward BURTON and Henry a Court BLOXAM solicitors Mt Gambier, to transfer the land to them and to manage the estate for leases etc 23/11/1871 Deposit 218/1873

No 2

MORGAN, William tailor Adelaide 1852[-1857] Memorial 81/44

No 3

MORGAN, William grocer Adelaide and Harriet Morgan his wife, daughter of Thomas MATTHEWS farmer Upper Sturt 1855 Memorial 411/90

MORGAN, William grocer Adelaide (Hindley St) 1858[-1859] Memorial 108/137

MORGAN, William and POLLARD, James Harrison grocers Adelaide trading under the name and form of Morgan and Pollard 1860 Memorial 227/168

MORGAN, William & Co merchants Adelaide (Currie St) 1880 Memorial 144/325

No 4

MORGAN, William farmer near Kooringa Co Burra. Hundred of Mannanarie land grant 1879 Grant Book 13 Page 78 County Dalhousie

MORGAN, William of the Hundred of Mannanarie linked with William Arthur Danesbury Morgan of Yongala Co Dalhousie 1889. WAD Morgan still at Yongala in 1895 Memorials 159/397, 164/424

MORGAN, William Arthur Danesbury saddler Yongola Co Dalhousie. Hundred of Sherlock land grant 1911 Grant Book 6 Page 34 County Buccleuch

No 5

MORGAN, William labourer Burra 1885 Application 20648

No 6

MORGAN, William farmer Hundred of Benara. Hundred of Benara land grant 1885 Grant Book 30 Page 290 County Grey

No 7

MORGAN, William plumber Adelaide and Elizabeth Morgan his wife 1894[-1895] Memorial 159/421

No 8

MORGAN, William grazier Kooringa 1910 Memorial 10/464

MORGAN, William grazier formerly of Kooringa but now of Mile End 1923 Memorial 148/487

No 1

MORGAN, William George bootmaker Pt Adelaide 1885 Application 20789

MORGAN, William George bootmaker Pt Adelaide linked with the late Lewis Morgan labourer Pt Adelaide 1885 Memorial 75/371

MORGAN, William Germein farmer Hundred of Warrow 1886[-1901] Memorial 106/381

MORGANS, Morgan gardener Le Fevre Peninsula 1870 Application 11006

MORIARTY, Margaret widow Adelaide 1904 Memorial 201/453

MORICE, RJ JP of Quorn 1887 Memorial 64/384

MORICE, Robert medical practitioner Tenterfield NSW, power of attorney to Richard de la Poer BERESFORD solicitor Palmerston, to perform the legal work of transferring an eighth share in the Alto gold mining lease at the Union Mine Northern Territory 4/12/1889 Deposit 37/1890

MORICH, Carl blacksmith Point Pass 1886 Memorial 194/376

No 1

MORIER, Charles George Drummond medical practitioner Nairne linked with Andrew Houston Morier brass manufacturer and Harry Finlay Morier merchant both of Glasgow, Co Lanark, Scotland 1891 Memorial 214/408

MORIER, Charles George Drummond doctor Nairne, presently of 15 Derby Crescent, Glasgow, Co Lanark, Scotland 1891. Linked with William John Morier doctor Morphett Vale, who had died c1885. Relatives in Glasgow were merchants and brush manufacturers Application 22050

MORIER, John surgeon Morphett Vale, died 14/10/1885. Executors; Charles George Drummond Morier surgeon Nairne and Andrew Houstoun Morier no description Memorial 164/406

No 1

MORIER, William John medical practitioner Morphett Vale 1879 Memorial 213/316

MORIER, WJ MD and JP Woodlawn House Morphett Vale 1881 Memorial 233/334

MORISH, William Henry gentleman Bucklands Plympton 1897 Memorial 155/432, Application 23357

MORISON, Alexc J chief clerk Adelaide City Council 1914 Memorial 95/471

MORISSEY, Jane widow Navan township 1879 Memorial 1/316

No 1

MORITZ, Gottlieb Friedrich comb maker Kensington 1850 Memorial 244/22

MORITZ, Gottlieb Friedrich galvanised iron worker Kensington father of Mary Moritz spinster Kensington 1873 Memorial 83/264

MORITZ, Mary spinster formerly of Kensington but now of Pt Wakefield 1877 Memorial 51/302

MORITZ, Heinrich Christian Ludwig farmer Mt Gambier Hundred of Grey land grant 1892 Grant Book 30 Page 336 County Grey

MORLEY, James stonemason Auburn 1856 Memorial 242/97

MORLEY, JE of Gawler Place, Adelaide 1898 Memorial 37/447

No 1

MORLEY, Thomas George yeoman Hay Valley [near Nairne] 1856 Memorial 192/110

MORLEY, Thomas George farmer near Mt Barker 1889 Memorial 148/399

MORLEY, William Henry licensed victualler Gawler 1885 Memorial 172/363

MORLEY, William John carter Mobilong Mobilong (later Murray Bridge Hundred of Mobilong) township allotment land grant 1885 Grant Book 58 Page 218 County Sturt

MORONY, Alfred farmer Hundred of Ninnes. Hundred of Ninnes land grant 1911[-1929] Grant Book 14 Page 301 County Daly

MORONEY, Bridget farmer Coonatto 1882 Memorial 22/345

No 1

MORONEY, Edwin farmer Hundred of Ninnes 1886 Memorial 65/376

MORONY, Edwin farmer Hundred of Ninnes, had died by 1911. Executors – Jessie Agnes Morony widow Kadina and Thomas James Morony farmer Hundred of Ninnes Grant Book 14 Page 301 County Daly

MORONY/MORONEY, Francis James linked with Section 447 Hundred of Clinton Co Daly 1881 Memorial 219/331

No 1

MORONY/MORONEY, John farmer Wakefield River 1853[-1866] Memorial 340/62

MORONY, John farmer Woolshed Flat Upper Wakefield Co Stanley 1856[-1858] Memorial 343/105

No 2

MORONY, John of Willochra Hundred of Willochra land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 542 County Frome

No 3

MORONY, John farmer Clinton Price township allotment land grant 1884 Grant Book 20 Page 27 County Fergusson

No 4

MORONY, John farmer Hundred of Ninnes 1894 Memorial 106/421

No 5

MORONY, John the Elder farmer Maitland 1910. Probably his children - Emily ORMSBY married woman Bowilla; Alfred and John Thomas Morony farmers Ninnes Memorial 11/464

MORONEY, Lot miner New Luxemburg 1889 Memorial 108/396

No 1 – perhaps the same person

MORONEY, Peter farmer Farrell Flat Co Stanley. Hundred of Pekina land grant 1879 Grant Book 13 Page 159 County Dalhousie

MORONEY, Peter farmer Coonatto 1882 Memorial 23/345

No 1

MORONY, Thomas farmer Woolshed Flat near the Upper Wakefield 1857[-1860] Memorial 277/120

MORONY, Thomas farmer Auburn Hundred of Hall land grant 1866 Grant Book 56 Page 224 County Stanley

MORONY, Thomas farmer Wilmington Hundred of Willochra land grant 1877 Grant Book 24 Page 538 County Frome

MORONY, Thomas farmer near Wilmington 1884 Memorial 223/361

MORONY, Thomas farmer Wilmington Co Frome. Hundred of Pichi Richi land grant 1884 Grant Book 49 Page 27 County Newcastle

MORONY, Thomas farmer formerly of Auburn but now of Wilmington 1898 Memorial 195/433

MORONY, Thomas farmer Goodwood Co Adelaide. Hundred of Willochra land grant 1899 Grant Book 24 Page 550 County Frome

MORONY, Thomas farmer Sun St Marryatville Co Adelaide. Hundred of Willochra land grant 1901 Grant Book 24 Page 551 County Frome

No 2

MORONEY, Thomas grocer Adelaide, died 1/12/1901. Husband of Mary Moroney. Father of John Moroney grocer Adelaide and Agnes Moroney spinster Adelaide Memorial 69/464

MORONY, William John blacksmith Paskeville. Hundred of Kulpara land grant 1921 Grant Book 14 Page 341 County Daly

MOROW, John farmer 'on the road from Kadina to Clare near Ormsby's' Ninnes Plains Hundred of Ninnes 1896 Memorial 216/426

No 1

MORPHETT, A Louis farmer Clarendon 1912 Memorial 133/467

MORPHETT, Albert Louis farmer Clarendon 1914 Memorial 126/471

MORPHETT, Albert Ernest ironmonger Petersburg. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1900 Grant Book 13 Page 205 County Dalhousie

MORPHETT, Augustus farmer Clarendon 1903 Memorial 169/450

MORPHETT, C overseer Baroota 1872 Memorial 142/262

No 1

MORPHETT, Charles Edward sheep farmer Woods Point, Murray River 1892 Application 22377

MORPHETT, Charles Edward grazier Woods Point Hundred of Mobilong land grant 1894 Grant Book 58 Page 373 County Sturt

No 1

MORPHETT, Denzil Rivers orchardist Clarendon 1929 Memorial 63/502

MORPHETT, Denzil Rivers orchardist Clarendon 1934 had a sister called Katie Gladys Irene MASON no description. They had a Supreme Court case against Henry Morphett out of business Clarendon concerning land in pt Section 800 Hundred of Noarlunga Co Adelaide Application 27872

No 1

MORPHETT, George barrister Adelaide 1842 Memorial 428/1

MORPHETT, George Esquire formerly of North Tce, Adelaide but now of Breams Buildings, Chancery Lane, London, Middlesex, England 1845 Memorial 165/5

MORPHETT, George gentleman late of Adelaide, now of 5 Lloyd St, Claremont Square, Middlesex, and intending shortly to return to Adelaide 1845 Memorial 214/6 Esquire late of Adelaide, but now sojourning in Sydney NSW 1850 Memorial 288/28

MORPHETT, George gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now of Rottingdean, Sussex, England 1851 Memorial 322/73

MORPHETT, George Esquire Adelaide, about to leave the province, power of attorney to Edward WRIGHT the Younger Esquire Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 31/8/1854 Deposit 206/OA

MORPHETT, George Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now of Caen, France. Fanny Morphett his daughter witnessed his signature 1861 Memorial 320/184

MORPHETT, George Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now of Queen's Tce, Bayswater, Middlesex, England. His daughter, Fanny Morphett, witnessed a land deed 1863 Memorial 248/191

MORPHETT, George Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now of Tunbridge Wells, Kent, England 1868 Memorial 32/230

No 2

MORPHETT, George farmer Cherry Gardens 1860[-1876] Memorial 287/162

No 3

MORPHETT, George the Younger gold digger Jupiter Creek 1870 Memorial 221/249

MORPHETT, George the Younger formerly golddigger Jupiter Creek but now fisherman Lake Plains 1873 Memorial 125/269

No 1

MORPHETT, George Cooper infant son of John MORPHETT Esquire Cummins and nephew and godson of George MORPHETT. G Morphett sold his godson land in Houghton Village 1850 Memorial 407/26

MORPHETT, George Cooper born 22/10/1848, baptised Holy Trinity North Tce Adelaide 16/11/1848. Godfather George Morphett Esquire now of St Leonards, Sussex, England. George Cooper Morphett died 26/2/1868 Cummins, of epilepsy, aged 19. On 6/11/1850, the infant Morphett son bought 5 lots in the village of Houghton from his uncle and godfather, George Morphett, for £1  Deposits 102 & 103/1875

No 1 - probably the same person

MORPHETT, George Cummins auctioneer Adelaide 1899 Memorial 29/438

MORPHETT, George Cummins director Adelaide Milk Supply Co-op Ltd Inc of Carrington St, Adelaide 1948 Memorial 49/523

No 1

MORPHETT, Henry gardener Clarendon 1873 Memorial 189/265

MORPHETT, Henry farmer Clarendon 1880 Application 18248

MORPHETT, Henry farmer Clarendon 1880[-1884] Memorial 80/340

MORPHETT, Henry farmer Clarendon. Hundred of Kuitpo land grant 1891 Grant Book 2 Page 95 County Adelaide

No 1

MORPHETT, Hurtle Willoughby of Cummins near Adelaide 1883[-1884] Memorial 100/351

MORPHETT, Hurtle Willoughby gentleman Cummins near Adelaide 1883 Application 19813

MORPHETT, Hurtle Willoughby sheepfarmer Woods Point, Murray River 1908[-1927] Memorial 2/461

MORPHETT, Hurtle Willoughby gentleman Cummins 1910 Application 25736

MORPHETT, Hurtle Willoughby sheep farmer Woods Point Murray River 1910 Application 25730

MORPHETT, Hurtle Willoughby farmer The Point Woods Point near Murray Bridge 1930, declared that he had been born on 29/7/1855 Application 27795

MORPHETT, James C parliamentary librarian Adelaide 1875[-1883] Memorial 59/282

No 1 - perhaps the same person

MORPHETT, James Hurtle settler Balranald NSW 1890 Memorial 80/402

MORPHETT, James Hurtle gentleman Adelaide 1910 Memorial 67/462

No 1 - probably the same person

MORPHETT, Jeremiah farmer Onkaparinga 1848. Kangarilla Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee Memorial 152/13

MORPHETT, Jeremiah farmer Clarendon 1855 Memorial 249/84

MORPHETT, Jerry and Richard farmers Clarendon 1855 Memorial 35/90

MORPHETT, Jeremiah formerly of Happy Valley then Clarendon, left SA with his family for Vic c1860. He was a trustee for the will of his great friend, Henry FIELD, of Cherry Gardens. Henry BROADBENT storeman Adelaide, also one of Morphett’s friends, gave this information Feb 1867 Application 8134

MORPHETT, Jeremiah formerly of Happy Valley then Clarendon, left SA with his family for Vic c1860. The family lived at Maffra, Gippsland c1877 Application 16596

MORPHETT, Jeremiah foundation trustee Meadows Wesleyan Methodist Chapel (Section 3490 Hundred of Kuitpo), died 19/4/1893 Melbourne Vic Application 23395

No 1

MORPHETT, John Esquire Adelaide 1840 Director of the SA Marine and Fire and Life Assurance Co Memorial 345/74

MORPHETT, John Esquire Cummins near Glenelg 1846 Memorial 320/6

No 1

MORPHETT, John Ernest accountant Knightsbridge 1902 Memorial 31/447

MORPHETT, John Ernest Acting Secretary of The Adelaide Steamship Co Ltd, Steamship Buildings, Currie St, Adelaide 1910 Application 25846

MORPHETT, John Ernest accountant Hawthorn 1923 Memorial 108/487

No 1 - probably the same person

MORPHETT, Joseph miner Wheal Barton Mine 1853[-1857] Memorial 8/59

MORPHETT, Joseph formerly miner Wheal Barton Mine 1853 now farmer near Truro 1865 Application 6687

MORPHETT, Joseph farmer Wheal Barton 1877 Memorial 52/300

MORPHETT, Joseph farmer Truro Vale near Truro 1858 Memorial 187/140

MORPHETT, Joseph farmer Morgan 1885 Memorial 74/369

MORPHETT, NH clerk to Messrs SANDFORD & LIMBERT solicitors Adelaide 1909 Memorial 126/461

MORPHETT, Reginald Reynolds district council clerk Clarendon 1935 Application 27872

No 1 - probably the same person; the Elder

MORPHETT, Richard farmer Onkaparinga 1850. Wesleyan Methodist trustee Memorial 152/13

MORPHETT, Richard farmer Clarendon 1857[-1859] Memorial 332/122

MORPHETT, Richard gardener Clarendon. Clarendon Baptist Chapel trustee 1875 Memorial 91/283

MORPHETT, Richard farmer Clarendon 1886 Application 20961

No 2 - the Younger

MORPHETT, Richard gardener Adelaide 1887 Memorial 205/385

MORPHETT, Richard gardener Adelaide 1887 Application 21153

MORPHETT, Robert shepherd Clarendon 1861 Application 2131

MORPHETT, WA farmer Clarendon 1914 Application 26353

No 1

MORRAD, George farmer Montague Farms Dry Creek 1859 Memorial 331/155

MORRAD, George farmer Dry Creek 1868[-1876] Memorial 112/227

MORRAH, EH Bank of Australasia accountant Adelaide 1903 Memorial 159/448

No 1

MORRELL, Charles William of Wandearah West near Pt Pirie 1882 Memorial 19/337

MORRELL, Charles William farmer Wandearah West. Trustee unnamed Cemetery Hundred of Wandearah Hundred of Wandearah land grant 1882 Grant Book 60 Page 326 County Victoria

MORRELL, George Albert clerk Goodwood 1880 Memorial 103/322

MORRIS, Albert Joseph mason Bridgewater 1883 Memorial 235/351, Application 19898

MORRIS, Antoni labourer Portland Estate 1877 Memorial 93/298

MORRIS, Bedford clerk to Messrs W & HB James solicitors Pt Adelaide 1855 Memorial 36/89

MORRIS, Benjamin tailor's cutter Adelaide 1922 Memorial 5/486

No 1

MORRIS, Benjamin Moses publican Lacepede Bay 1864 Memorial 151/197

MORRIS, Benjamin Moses publican formerly of Lacepede Bay but now of Kingston Pt Caroline 1867 Memorial 227/219

MORRIS, Benjamin auctioneer Kingston and Jane Morris his wife Rosetown (Hundred of Lacepede) township allotment land grant 1877 Grant Book 29 Page 218 County MacDonnell

MORRIS, Benjamin auctioneer Kingston S-E 1878 Memorial 151/312

MORRIS, Benjamin farmer Frances Hundred of Binnum land grant 1882 Grant Book 29 Page 147 County MacDonnell

MORRIS, Benjamin auctioneer Kingston S-E Frances (Hundred of Binnum) township allotment land grant 1883 Grant Book 46 Page 35 County MacDonnell

MORRIS, Benjamin hotelkeeper Frances Co MacDonnell. Tatiara (later Wolseley Hundred of Stirling) township allotment land grant 1884 Grant Book 7 Page 87 County Buckingham

No 1

MORRIS, Charles labourer Pt Adelaide 1849[-1851] Memorial 214/37

No 2 - perhaps the same person

MORRIS, Charles and Joseph farmers Dry Creek 1866 Memorial 118/215

MORRIS, Charles farmer Upper Dry Creek 1877 Memorial 16/223

No 3

MORRIS, Charles farmer Keith. Keith (Hundred of Stirling) township allotment land grant 1899 Grant Book 7 Page 97 County Buckingham

MORRIS, Charles Edward commercial traveller Parkside Co Adelaide. Hundred of Davenport land grant 1879 Grant Book 24 Page 654 County Frome

No 1

MORRIS, Charles Richard timber merchant Pt Adelaide Co Adelaide. Tarcoola (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1901 Grant Book 65 Page 306 County Not name

MORRIS, Charles Richard timber merchant Adelaide 1902 Memorial 103/445

MORRIS, Charles Richard merchant Pt Adelaide Managing Director of WALTER & MORRIS Ltd Lipson St, Pt Adelaide 1910 Application 25773

MORRIS, Charles Stocker agent Adelaide became a bankrupt 1879 Memorial 41/342

No 1

MORRIS, Daniel farmer Dry Creek 1873 Application 12978

MORRIS, Daniel farmer Modbury Co Adelaide. Hundred of Caltowie land grant 1881 Grant Book 60 Page 194 County Victoria

No 1

MORRIS, Donald John coach painter Bute. Bute (Hundred of Wiltunga) township allotment land grant 1904 Grant Book 14 Page 399 County Daly

MORRIS, Donald John painter and house decorator Bute trustee Institute Bute 1929 Grant Book 14 Page 401 County Daly

MORRIS, Eddy Clifton storekeeper Pt Adelaide 1937 Memorial 50/511

No 1

MORRIS, Edward dairyman Islington 1850 Memorial 6/26 Formerly dairyman Islington but now licensed victualler Adelaide 1854 Memorial 478/64 Golden Cross Inn purchase at Balhannah 28/2/1854 Memorial 25/65

MORRIS, Edward licensed victualler Balhannah 1858 Balhannah District School trustee Memorial 21/152

MORRIS, Edward the Elder licensed victualler Meningie, died 9/11/1869. He left his entire estate to his wife, Frances Morris, and his 8 children. By 1883, Mrs Morris was still a widow at Meningie. Children - Frances Elizabeth Woodcock wife of Henry Woodcock dealer Beaumont, Edith Jane ELBURN wife of Henry John Elburn law clerk Narracoorte, Edward John Morris the Younger licensed victualler Meningie, Emma Louisa WOOD wife of Barclay Wood licensed victualler Willowie, Mary Matilda HYDE wife of Francis Edward Hyde station manager Lake Abert and Florence Victoria Summers wife of Henry William Summers butcher Milang. Daughters Ellen LYNCH wife of James Lynch smelter Wallaroo, had died 9/6/1871 and Belinda Bennett GIBBONS wife of John Gibbons no description had died 8/9/1880 in Adelaide. The family sold 148 acres of farm land at Balhannah (Sections 4100 and 4101 which Edward Morris had obtained as land grants in 1853) to James JOHNSTON brewer Oakbank for £1,800 in 1883 Memorial 80/354

MORRIS, Edward married Frances GRIBBLE on 24/10/1839. Edward MORRIS publican Meningie, died 9/11/1869 intestate, of an ulcerated stomach, aged 53. Family of eight children - Edward John Morris, born 14/6/1850 North Adelaide (Father: Edward Morris grocer), Emma Louisa Morris, born 11/4/1852 North Adelaide (Father: Edward Morris publican) married Barclay WOOD 25 storekeeper Meningie (Father: William Wood) on 18/9/1871 Meningie. Minister: Charles D WATT. Witnesses: Mary Matilda Morris householder Meningie. By 1883, Barclay Wood was a publican at Willowie; Edward John Morris gentleman Meningie; Mary Matilda Morris born 5/7/1855 Balhannah (Father: Edward Morris publican) married aged 18 to Francis Edward HYDE 25 overseer Lake Albert Meningie (Father: William Hyde) on 26/3/1873 Mrs Morris’s Hotel, Meningie. Minister F Slaney POOLE. Witnesses: W RICHMAN squatter Meningie, B WOOD storekeeper Meningie; Florence Victoria Morris, born 28/3/1860 Balhannah married Henry William SUMMERS 27 butcher Milang (Father: Nathaniel Summers) on 21/1/1879 Mrs Morris’s residence, Meningie. Minister: Henry CHEETHAM. Witnesses: Francis Edward Hyde station manager Meningie and Elen Summers of Glenelg. Elder daughter born 26/12/1844 - Edith Jane Morris full age Balhannah married Henry John ELBURN storekeeper Balhannah (Father: Henry James Elburn) on 16/11/1865 St Thomas Balhannah.. Minister: WW Ewbank. Witnesses: CT SAINT clerk Pt Adelaide; William Alfred CHANCE nurseryman Parkside. By 1883, HJ Elburn was an agent at Minlaton. Elder daughter born 29/7/1842: Frances Elizabeth Morris 19 North Adelaide married Charles Thomas SAINT 23 clerk Pt Adelaide on 2/3/1862 private home Jeffcott St, North Adelaide. Minister; James JEFFERIS. Witnesses: Edward Morris publican Balhannah, Samuel SAINT plasterer Jeffcott St, North Adelaide (CT Saint died and she remarried to Henry WOODCOCK gentleman Beaumont and Kent Town 1883). Elder daughter - Ellen Morris 22 Wallaroo married James LYNCH 21 smelter Wallaroo (Father: David Lynch) on 9/8/1862 George HOLMES’s private home Wallaroo. Minister: Henry BATH Wesleyan Minister. Witnesses: George HOLMES smelter Wallaroo, Hannah Holmes of Wallaroo. Elder daughter - Belinda Bennett Morris 19 Balhannah married John GIBBONS 26 labourer Oakbank (Father: Robert Gibbons) on 14/6/1866 William Williams’ home Daisy Hill, Balhannah. Minister: William John DEAN Primitive Methodist Minister Mt Barker. Witnesses: James ROE sawyer Balhannah and Damar Williams no profession Daisy Hill. Belinda GIBBONS wife of John Gibbons wood carter Colley Place, Adelaide, died 8/9/1880 Adelaide Hospital, of septicaemia, aged 33. Ellen LYNCH wife of James Lynch miner Wallaroo, died 9/6/1871, of heart disease, aged 31. Application 19988

MORRIS, Frances widow Meningie 1883 Memorial 30/349

MORRIS, Frances widow Meningie 1883 Application 19717

MORRIS, Evan lime burner Mt Gambier 1897 Application 23471

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and Younger

MORRIS, George labourer Adelaide 1840 Application 23881

MORRIS, George labourer Plymouth Place, Gilles St, Adelaide, and Elizabeth Morris his wife 1847 Memorial 441/7

MORRIS, George farmer Adelaide 1851 Memorial 64/30

MORRIS, George farmer Dry Creek Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee 1851 Memorial 153/31

MORRIS, George farmer Durham Village 1851[-1859] Memorial 307/31

MORRIS, George farmer Dry Creek 1855[-1859] Memorial 381/88

MORRIS, George farmer Upper Dry Creek 1859 Memorial 105/156

MORRIS, George the Elder farmer Dry Creek, died 12/4/1862. Estate worth £180. He could not write. He left his estate to his unnamed wife, for life. After her death, his five sons - Charles, Joseph, John, Daniel, George the Younger - inherited his farmland, farm implements and his home in certain proportions. Each son had to pay £40 towards giving his two sisters, Mary and Sarah Morris, £100 each, in payments lasting 4 years. The two daughters also to divide the household furniture between them. George Morris farmer Modbury and Joseph Morris retired farmer Young St, Parkside, survived at least until 1921. George Morris the Younger's wife, Jane Morris, died 11/10/1924, of old age, aged 82. Born at Modbury, she married aged 22 and had 3 sons and 4 daughters living; 2 sons deceased. George Morris the Younger retired farmer Modbury, died 21/1/1927. His estate worth £4,800. The whole estate to be sold and divided equally amongst his children, except for Henry John Morris, who already had his share Application 27638

MORRIS, George the Elder farmer Dry Creek died c1862. He left his whole estate in trust to his wife, unnamed, for life. Then farm land to be divided equally amongst his five sons, George the Younger, Charles, Joseph, John, Daniel Morria. All brothers to have right of way to the creek. Daughters Mary and Sarah Morris to get £100 each over four years, which the sons had to pay out in equal shares. Daughters also to get the household furniture equally divided between them. George Morris the Younger and Thomas WILLIAMS the Younger to be the trustees Enrolment 61/43

MORRIS, George the Younger farmer Dry Creek 1863 Memorial 28/191

MORRIS, Elizabeth widow Dry Creek mother of Joseph Morris farmer Dry Creek 1869 Application 10163

No 2

MORRIS, George farmer Rapid Bay 1859[-1894] Memorial 114/154

MORRIS, George farmer Rapid Bay 1883 Application 19709

No 3

MORRIS, George storekeeper Kooringa 1869 Memorial 175/240

MORRIS/MORRISS, George storekeeper Kooringa 1868[-1869] Memorial 111/236

MORRISS, George storekeeper Kooringa 1867, died 9/9/1890. Husband of Elizabeth Morriss Memorial 114/405

MORRISS, George of Kooringa, died 9/9/1890. His widow, Elizabeth Morriss, died 18/10/1906. She left her estate to Catherine Cecilia WALLACE widow Kooringa 1907 Memorial 160/456

No 4

MORRIS, George baker Islington 1868[-1878] Memorial 108/236

MORRIS, George baker Islington 1869 Application 9843

MORRIS, George baker Islington early 1877 Memorial 15/301

Butcher Islington mid 1877 Memorial 232/301

MORRIS, George butcher [formerly of Islington but now of] Enfield 1883 Memorial 92/351

MORRIS, George butcher Enfield, Chairman of the District Council of Yatala South 1886 Application 21097

No 5

MORRIS, George mason Norwood 1882 Application 18979

No 6

MORRIS, George farmer Modbury 1911 Memorial 188/465

MORRIS, George retired farmer near Modbury, died 21/1/1927. Executors; Edwin Joseph Morris ganger George St, Payneham and Henry John Morris farmer Modbury (already died) Memorial 59/497

MORRIS, Gronwy Lewis solicitor Adelaide (Brookman Buildings, Grenfell St) 1939 Application 28231

MORRIS, Harris optician Adelaide 1872 Memorial 151/263

No 1

MORRIS, Henry farmer Adelaide 1853 Memorial 130/51

MORRIS, Henry farmer Yankalilla 1855 Memorial 437/91

MORRIS, Henry farmer formerly of Adelaide but now of Yankalilla 1856. Memorial 130/120

MORRIS, Henry contractor Yankalilla 1860 Memorial 124/165

MORRIS, Henry farmer Bullaparinga 1883 Application 19708

No 2

MORRIS, Henry iron binder Adelaide 1877 Memorial 106/300

No 3

MORRIS, Henry gardener Fullarton 1889 Memorial 188/397

No 1

MORRIS, Henry Thomas Esquire Payneham Hundred of Waterhouse land grant 1859 Grant Book 50 Page 18 County Robe

MORRIS, Henry Thomas manager and superintendent Anlaby 1868 Memorial 111/233

MORRIS, Henry Thomas sheep station manager Anlaby near Kapunda, linked with Herbert Alfred Hindmarsh Morris and William Owen Hindmarsh Morris sheep and agricultural farmers Black Point Curramulka 1886 Memorial 84/378

MORRIS, Henry Thomas gentleman Kapunda linked with William Hindmarsh Morris farmer Wilmington 1900 Memorial 24/441

MORRIS, Henry Thomas JP Esquire Kapunda, died 20/10/1911. His estate worth £10,000. Many fine legacies to children and grandchildren. 'To the University of Adelaide my crayon drawing of my uncle Admiral Sir John Hindmarsh the first governor of SA. … I declare that it is my desire that my said daughter Bessie Lee Hindmarsh Morris (Queenie) shall be maintained and educated in a manner befitting her station in life… I appoint my daughter Letitia Rebecca HORN to be the guardian of my said daughter Bessie Lee Hindmarsh Morris to act jointly with my said wife during her life and also after her decease jointly with any guardian or guardians (if any) who may have been appointed.' 'I make no further provision by this my will for my sons Herbert Morris, William Morris and Henry Morris [because] I have alreay made considerable advances to them during my lifetime.' Application 27693

MORRIS, HTH accountant Kooringa 1882[-1884] Memorial 177/338

No 1

MORRIS, Henry Wardell stockholder Kalangadoo Hundred of Penola land grant 1884 Grant Book 31 Page 100 County Grey

MORRIS, Henry Wardell grazier Mt Gambier and Sarah Katherine Morris his wife 1895 Memorial 122/424

MORRIS, Herbert overseer Kapunda 1910 Memorial 147/462

MORRIS, Herbert Alfred Hindmarsh and William Hindmarsh Morris sheepfarmers Black Point Curramulka 1885 Memorial 169/367

No 1

MORRIS, Hugh Allan grazier Hundred of Bowaka 1908 Memorial 145/458

MORRIS, Hugh Allen gentleman Adelaide 1919 Memorial 132/482

MORRIS, Hugh Allan grazier Kingscote Kangaroo Island 1945 Memorial 18/519

No 1

MORRIS, Isaac Lewis shoemaker Adelaide 1857 Memorial 45/127

MORRIS, Isaac Lewis bootmaker formerly of Adelaide 1857 but now of North Adelaide 1863. Linked with Joseph Abraham Morris bootmaker Adelaide 1857 Application 4041

No 1

MORRIS, James farmer Glenelg 1859 Memorial 122/148

MORRIS, James farmer [formerly of Glenelg but now of] The Meadows 1861 Memorial 337/176

MORRIS, James farmer formerly of Glenelg 1859 now of Meadows 1870 Application 10721

MORRIS, James farmer Meadows 1872 Meadows Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee Application 12431

MORRIS, JE driver McLaren Vale 1953 Memorial 113/528

MORRIS, Joel tobaconnist Pt Adelaide 1876 Application 15615

No 1

MORRIS, John of Kensington 1846 Memorial 438/6

No 2

MORRIS, John bricklayer Adelaide 1849 Memorial 401/18

No 3 - perhaps a continuation of No 2

MORRIS, John builder Adelaide 1857 Memorial 208/127

MORRIS, John surveyor Adelaide 1866 Memorial 218/222

MORRIS, John surveyor Leasingham 1876 Memorial 114/296

No 4

MORRIS, John yeoman Littlehampton 1852 Memorial 483/42

MORRIS, John labourer Littlehampton 1855 Memorial 44/86

No 5

MORRIS, John farmer Dry Creek 1873, son of the late George Morris farmer formerly of Durham 1851 Application 13102

No 6

MORRIS, John merchant formerly of Northcote Vic but now of Melbourne Vic, and Eliza Catherine Morris his wife 1877, daughter of the late John ROBERTS formerly gentleman Kensington, who died 9/6/1875 Memorial 191/300

MORRIS, John merchant Elsternwick Vic, and his wife, Eliza Catherine Morris nee ROBERTS, daughter of the late John Roberts of Kensington 1898 Application 23565

No 7

MORRIS, John farmer Booyoolie Co Victoria. Trustee Wesleyan Methodist Church Laura Laura (Hundred of Booyoolie) township allotment land grant 1873 Grant Book 60 Page 454 County Victoria

MORRIS, John labourer Stanley Flat Co Stanley. Hundred of Booyoolie land grant 1878 Grant Book 60 Page 155 County Victoria

MORRIS, John farmer Booyoolie Co Victoria. Hundred of Booleroo land grant 1882 Grant Book 24 Page 624 County Frome

No 8

MORRIS, John farmer Caltowie Co Victoria. Hundred of Pekina land grant 1882 Grant Book 13 Page 165 County Dalhousie

No 9

MORRIS, John civil engineer Fullarton, about to leave the province, power of attorney to James Angas JOHNSON Esquire Adelaide, to manage his Broken Hill Proprietary Company shares 23/4/1892 Deposit 37/1892

MORRIS, Martha widow of John Morris civil engineer Castle Road, Salisbury, Wilts, England, power of to James Angas JOHNSON Esquire Adelaide, to manage her business affairs throughout the Australasian colonies 30/11/1900 Deposit 11/1901

No 10

MORRIS, John farmer Bower trustee unnamed Chapel Hundred of Neales 1895 Grant Book 17 Page 201 County Eyre

No 1

MORRIS, Joseph farmer North Adelaide 1844 Memorial 412/3

No 2

MORRIS, Joseph bootmaker Adelaide (Hindley St) 1850[-1858] Memorial 237/25

No 3

MORRIS, Joseph farmer Kenton Valley. Trustee Enon Particular Baptist Chapel 1853[-1891] Memorial 102/52

No 4

MORRIS, Joseph builder Gumeracha 1865 Memorial 36/203

MORRIS, Joseph carpenter Gumeracha 1875 Application 25079

MORRIS, Joseph carpenter Murray St, Gumeracha 1895 Memorial 53/425

No 5

MORRIS, Joseph farmer Rapid Bay 1866 Memorial 8/216

MORRIS, Joseph farmer Bullaparinga, died 1879. He left his entire estate to his grandsons, George and Henry Morris, children of the testator's son, George Morris no description Memorial 42/317

No 6

MORRIS, Joseph farmer Upper Wakefield near Auburn linked with Daniel and John Morris farmers Modbury 1873 Memorial 185/266

No 1

MORRIS, Joseph Abraham bootmaker Adelaide 1850[-1857] Memorial 392/23

MORRIS, Joseph Abraham bootmaker Adelaide (Hindley St) 1851[-1856] Memorial 275/34

MORRIS, Joseph Abraham shoemaker Hilton 1858 Memorial 330/146

MORRIS, Manoah tinplate worker Adelaide 1850[-1854] Memorial 410/19

MORRIS, Mary Ann widow of the late William Henry Morris formerly chemist Adelaide 1878 Application 16734

MORRIS, MW/NW?? ADC to Sir James FERGUSSON Governor of SA 1871[-1875] Memorial 195/302

MORRIS, Owen gentleman Bowaka linked with Thomas Morris stockowner Bowaka 1872 Memorial 131/259

MORRIS, Patrick Joseph blacksmith Angle Vale 1909 Memorial 245/463

No 1

MORRIS, Richard yeoman Mintaro 1850 Memorial 54/29

MORRIS, Richard [formerly yeoman Mintaro but now] stonemason Adelaide 1853 Memorial 160/46

No 2 - likely to be a continuation of No 1

MORRIS, Richard stonemason Pt Elliot 1853[-1860] Memorial 401/60

MORRIS, Robert F police trooper Kingston S-E 1871 Memorial 66/256

MORRIS, Speros no description about to leave the state for a period, power of attorney to Nicholas MORRIS fishmonger Hindley St Adelaide, to collect rents and loan repayments from Joseph JACKMAN and Arthur Joseph JACKMAN restaurant keepers King William St, Adelaide 22/4/1904 Deposit 68/1905

MORRIS, Stephen labourer Adelaide 1854 Memorial 495/61

No 1

MORRIS, Thomas schoolmaster Carrington St, Adelaide 1850 Memorial 371/26

No 2

MORRIS, Thomas miner Redruth 1854 Memorial 291/77

No 3

MORRIS, Thomas stockholder Reedy Creek S-E 1856[-1875] Memorial 215/108

MORRIS, Thomas stockholder Kalangadoo 1872 Memorial 104/260

MORRIS, Thomas sheepfarmer Kalangadoo Hundred of Penola land grant 1877[-1885] Grant Book 31 Page 106 County Grey

MORRIS, Thomas sheep farmer Kalangadoo, died 18/5/1894. Husband of Ann Morris. Executors: his wife, also John WATSON newspaper editor Mt Gambier and Thomas WILLIAMS station manager Moorak near Mt Gambier 1894 Memorial 132/423

No 4

MORRIS, Thomas sheepfarmer Biscuit Flat Hundred of Bowaka land grant 1859 Grant Book 50 Page 9 County Robe

MORRIS, Thomas sheepfarmer Biscuit Flat Kingston (Hundred of Lacepede) township allotment land grant 1862 Grant Book 29 Page 210 County MacDonnell

MORRIS, Thomas stockholder Bowoka trustee School Kingston Kingston (Hundred of Lacepede) township allotment land grant 1864 Grant Book 29 Page 214 County MacDonnell

No 5

MORRIS, Thomas wheelwright Tea Tree Gully 1864 Memorial 211/198

No 6

MORRIS, Thomas clerk formerly of Clare but now of Melbourne Vic 1885[-1888] Memorial 215/369

No 7

MORRIS, Thomas gentleman Carey Gully 1913 Application 26230

No 1

MORRIS, Thomas Hindmarsh station manager Kalangadoo 1890[-1894] Memorial 86/402

MORRIS, Thomas Hindmarsh of Penola 1897 Memorial 126/433

MORRIS, Thomas Hindmarsh farmer Kalangadoo Hundred of Monbulla land grant 1898 Grant Book 31 Page 66 County Grey

MORRIS, Westbury McKenzie licensed victualler Adelaide, purchased the lease for the Bijou Hotel Rundle St, Adelaide from Maud Millicent NEIL in 1907 and sold the business again to Ernest Henry HENDER in 1908 Memorials 89/458, 211/459

No 1

MORRIS, William of Tusmore near Adelaide 1847 Memorial 465/8 Gentleman Eastern Plains near Adelaide 1850[-1852] Memorial 61/26

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

MORRIS, William painter Adelaide 1843 Memorial 350/9

MORRIS, William formerly painter Adelaide, but now Keeper of the Lunatic Asylum near Adelaide 1847 Memorial 349/9

MORRIS, William yeoman Adelaide 1852 Memorial 184/41

MORRIS, William gentleman Adelaide 1854[-1855] Memorial 325/77

MORRIS, William the Elder married Julia nee HICKEY on 10/2/1841 in the Roman Catholic Chapel on West Tce, Adelaide. 5 sons and 3 daughters of the marriage - John Morris born 7/12/1841, William George Morris born 12/7/1843, James Morris born 17/12/1845, Michael Morris born 11/1/1850, Gordon William Morris born 2/4/1857, Celia Catharine Morris born 24/2/1848, Julia Morris born 2/7/1852 and Ellen Morris born 22/7/1856. William Morris the Elder died 13/1/1857 Adelaide at home intestate. His eldest son and heir at law, John Morris, died 17/3/1861 at sea aboard the ship Omagh intestate Application 5480

MORRIS, Julia widow Adelaide and John Morris relict and son respectively of the late William Morris formerly gentleman Adelaide but now deceased 1857 Memorial 148/129

No 3

MORRIS, William blacksmith Lordston S-E 1858 Memorial 80/141

MORRIS, William [formerly blacksmith but now] storeman Lordston [probably in the store of Alexander CAMPBELL storekeeper Robe] 1858 Memorial 157/147

No 4 - very confused identity; leads directly to W Morris of Lordston, but dates do not sort logically. Did W Morris remain only a short while in Lordston?

MORRIS, William labourer Pt Adelaide 1858 Memorial 217/145

MORRIS, William freeholder Pt Adelaide 1859[-1860] Memorial 77/160

No 5 FIND CHECK RUN

MORRIS, William farmer Booyoolie. Trustee Wesleyan Methodist Church Laura Laura (Hundred of Booyoolie) township allotment land grant 1873 Grant Book 60 Page 454 County Victoria

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

MORRIS, William farmer Booyoolie. Hundred of Booleroo land grant 1882 Grant Book 24 Page 624 County Frome

No 6

MORRIS, William commission agent Strathalbyn 1885 Memorial 90/371

MORRIS, William commission agent Strathalbyn 1902 Application 24397

No 1 - perhaps the same person

MORRIS, William George of Adelaide, heir at law of his father, the late William Morris gentleman Adelaide 1866 Application 7536

MORRIS, William George storekeeper Stockport 1866 Memorial 169/221

MORRIS, William Owen Hindmarsh stock dealer Callana 1883 (The same as WH Morris) Memorial 142/354

MORRIS, Winifred widow Pt Lincoln 1906 Memorial 246/455

MORRISEY, A clerk Adelaide (Gratton St) 1895 Memorial 247/423

MORRISEY, John James farmer Gordon Gordon (Hundred of Kanyaka) township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 49 Page 108 County Newcastle

No 1

MORRISEY, Stephen carter Gawler 1857 Memorial 153/130

MORRISEY, Stephen carter Evanston 1858 Memorial 50/164

MORRISSEY, Thomas farmer Richmond. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1915 Grant Book 2 Page 33 County Adelaide

No 1

MORRISH, Walter farmer Crystal Brook 1890 Memorial 209/403

MORRISH, W alter farmer Crystal Brook. Hundred of Napperby land grant 1896 Grant Book 60 Page 393 County Victoria

MORRISH, Walter farmer Napperby. Hundred of Napperby land grant 1896 Grant Book 60 Page 393 County Victoria

No 1 FIND CHECK RUN

MORRISH, William labourer Brompton 1854[-1855] Memorial 214/75

MORRISH, William farmer Islington 1866 Application 7313

MORRISH, William farmer Beresford township Section 371 Survey B 1871 Memorial 148/255

MORRISH, William farmer Beresford 1881 Application 18546

No 2 - probably the same person FIND CHECK RUN

MORRISH, William farmer near Prospect 1874 Memorial 173/278

MORRISH, William farmer Napperby. Trustee Wesleyan Methodist Church Hundred of Napperby Hundred of Napperby land grant 1882 Grant Book 60 Page 390 County Victoria

MORRISH, William farmer Napperby. Hundred of Pirie land grant 1896 Grant Book 60 Page 301 County Victoria

No 1

MORRISON, Adam Campbell of Mt Gambier 1860 Memorial 310/166

MORRISON, Adam Campbell licensed victualler Drop Drop near Mt Gambier 1861 Memorial 209/177

MORRISON, Alexander Webster farmer Hundred of Boucaut 1888[-1889] Memorial 71/391

MORRISON, Allan farmer Clare 1861 Memorial 170/174

MORRISON, Cecil Walter plasterer Goodwood 1927 Application 27608

No 1

MORRISON, Charles miller Adelaide (Gilles St) 1856[-1857] Memorial 31/112

No 2

MORRISON, Charles shepherd Wilderness Plains Hundred of Alma land grant 1861 Grant Book 26 Page 10 County Gawler

MORRISON, Charles Netherly linked with Sections 172, 173 Hundred of Boolcunda Co Newcastle 1889 Memorial 236/400

No 1

MORRISON, Donald John clerk Lucieton Tantanoola (formerly Lucieton Hundred of Hindmarsh) township allotment land grant 1888 Grant Book 31 Page 299 County Grey

MORRISON, Donald John commission agent Tantanoola Tantanoola (formerly Lucieton Hundred of Hindmarsh) township allotment land grant 1890 Grant Book 31 Page 299 County Grey

MORRISON, Catherine married woman Tantanoola Tantanoola (formerly Lucieton Hundred of Hindmarsh) township allotment land grant 1897 Grant Book 31 Page 300 County Grey

MORRISON, Dugald farmer Barunga. Hundred of Barunga land grant 1882 Grant Book 14 Page 469 County Daly

MORRISON, George farmer White Hut near Clare 1909[-1912] Memorial 7/461, Application 26117

MORRISON, George Albert licensed victualler Two Wells and Florence Ada Morrison his wife 1909 Memorial 80/461

MORRISON, George Frederick Alfred labourer Pt Lincoln 1938 Memorial 160/512

MORRISON, James farmer Boucaut. Hundred of Boucaut land grant 1882 Grant Book 55 Page 40 County Stanley

No 1

MORRISON, John saddler and harnessmaker Adelaide (Hindley St) (in premises John BARNETT formerly rented) 1860 Memorial 35/167

MORRISON, John saddler and harnessmaker Adelaide (Hindley St), became a bankrupt in 1862 Memorial 231/185

No 2

MORRISON, John labourer Kooringa 1918 Memorial 176/477

No 1

MORRISON, John Arthur of Upper Hawthorn Vic and Mary Morrison his wife, formerly Mary FLETT 1869 Memorial 2/242

MORRISON, John Arthur storekeeper Upper Hawthorne Vic and Mary Morrison his wife daughter of the late William FLETT of Adelaide 1872 Memorial 15/262

MORRISON, John Arthur ironmonger's assistant Adelaide and Mary Morrison his wife 1878 Memorial 59/310

MORRISON, John Arthur ironmonger's assistant Adelaide and Mary Morrison his wife 1877 Memorial 92/297

MORRISON, John Arthur commercial traveller Nailsworth 1881 Memorial 157/331

MORRISON, John Arthur not described. His wife, Mary Morrison, died 11/2/1877. Family by 1896 - Mena Florence Ellmore Morrison, Camilla Margaret Morrison, and John Hawthorn Morrison clerk all of Medindie; also William Lexington Fleetwood Morrison not described Memorial 141/429

MORRISON, John Hawthorn clerk Medindie linked with Mena Florence Morrison and Camilla Margaret Campbell Morrison spinsters Medindie 1897 Memorial 10/432

No 1

MORRISON, Mary widow Pt Lincoln 1913, declared that she had arrived in Pt Lincoln during 1866. She married Murdock Morrison in 1869. He died 1893. [Was Donald Morrison formerly labourer Pt Lincoln now out of business Adelaide 1914, a relative??] Application 26268

No 2

MORRISON, Mary widow Pt Adelaide, aged 87 in 1925, declared that she had lived her whole life in the Pt Adelaide area Application 27283

MORRISON, Minnie Mary widow and MORRISON, Nellie Elizabeth spinster both of 96 Langham Place, Portland Estate 1950 Application 28715

No 1

MORRISON, Murdock farmer Mayurra trustee unnamed School Hundred of Mayurra land grant 1874 Grant Book 31 Page 231 County Grey

MORRISON, Murdock farmer Benara Hundred of Hindmarsh land grant 1896 Grant Book 30 Page 205 County Grey

MORRISON, Nathaniel Charles and Thomas Netherly Morgan farmers Parrakie Siding Co Buccleuch. Hundred of Allenby land grant 1910 Grant Book 12 Page 150 County Chandos

No 1

MORRISON, Peter farmer near Clare Hundred of Andrews land grant 1875[-1880] Grant Book 56 Page 311 County Stanley

No 2

MORRISON, Peter tailor Broken Hill NSW and Elizabeth Ann Morrison his wife 1894 Memorial 219/422

MORRISON, Elizabeth Ann wife of Peter Morrison tailor formerly of Broken Hill NSW now of Toorak Gardens 1921 Application 26990

MORRISON, Robert Hugh Muir stockholder Modah NSW and Alexander MORRISON surgeon Melbourne Vic, in partnership with George John LOVERIDGE general merchant Gawler in lending out money on mortgage, power of attorney to GJ Loveridge to manage their joint business interests in SA 31/3/1882 Deposit 170/1882

No 1

MORRISON, William Lexington Fleetwood carriage builder Nailsworth 1893 Memorial 197/419

MORRISON, William Lexington Fleetwood carriage builder Nailsworth 1895. Son of John Arthur Morrison and Mary Morrison his wife. Other children of this couple included - Mena Florence Ellmore Morrison, Camilla Margaret Campbell Morrison and John Hawthorn Morrison Memorial 235/425

No 1

MORRISS, John Robert labourer Yankalilla 1911 Memorial 230/464

MORRISS, John Robert farmer Yankalilla 1917 Memorial 143/475

MORRISSEY, Francis William Roman Catholic priest Kooringa 1934 Memorial 7/508

No 1

MORRISSEY, Michael blacksmith Noarlunga 1860 Application 1188

MORRISSEY, Michael blacksmith Noarlunga 1886 Application 20871

MORRISSON, Allan farmer Clare 1857 Memorial 75/128

No 1

MORRISSY, John farmer Brighton 1855[-1875] Memorial 25/93

MORRISSY, John gardener Brighton Hundred of Saddleworth land grant 1858 Grant Book 44 Page 333 County Light

MORRISSY, John farmer formerly of Adelaide but now of Marino 1859 Memorial 53/161

No 1

MORRISY, Stephen carrier Gawler 1851[-1857] Memorial 98/48

MORRISSAY, Stephen labourer Gawler 1853 Memorial 289/60

MORRISSEY, Stephen farmer Gawler Plains 1858 Memorial 189/168

MORRISSEY, Stephen of Evanston near Gawler, died c1860 Memorial 138/168

MORROW, Arthur William Halford carpenter Gawler South 1941 Memorial 55/518

No 1

MORROW, John stockkeeper Pennunna in the Far North of SA 1859 Memorial 204/156

MORROW, John stockkeeper Pennunna Far North SA, power of attorney to Joseph CURNOW innkeeper Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 16/7/1859 Deposit 296/1859

No 1

MORROW, John Watson farmer Balaklava 1882 Memorial 43/338

MORROW, John Watson farmer near Barunga 1885 Memorial 39/368

MORROW, Mary spinster St Johns near the Black Springs 1871 Memorial 176/255

MORROW, Robert police constable Pt Adelaide 1900[-1902] Memorial 148/441, Application 24458

No 1

MORROW, William farmer Little Para near Salisbury 1853 Memorial 86/47

MORROW, William farmer Gawler Plains 1853 Memorial 12/63

MORROW, William farmer Little Para 1854 Memorial 379/76

MORROW, William farmer Salisbury 1856 Memorial 438/100

MORSE, Ann widow Adelaide 1850 Memorial 151/22

No 1

MORSE, Charles W clerk [in Holy Orders?] Pewsey Vale Wiltshire Special Survey 1863 Memorial 76/189

MORSE, Charles W gentleman Pt Augusta 1867 Memorial 132/222

MORSE, Charles William clerk in holy orders Incumbent of the Church of St James Glenburnie 1871 Memorial 61/264

MORSE, Charles W clerk in holy orders Yankalilla 1880 Memorial 26/331

MORSE, Edward clerk Mt Gambier 1864 Memorial 211/195

No 1

MORSE, Henry Porson gentleman Adelaide 1852 Memorial 472/42

MORSE, Henry Porson Esquire formerly of Adelaide now of Melbourne Vic 1853[-1854] Memorial 353/49

MORSE, Henry Porson gentleman Melbourne Vic, but residing from time to time in Adelaide, power of attorney to Edward Amand WRIGHT and Arthur James WRIGHT gentlemen Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 27/9/1853 Deposit 409/1855

MORSE, Henry Porson gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now of parts beyond the seas 1857 Memorial 301/130

MORTESS, Walter clerk Woodville 1924 Application 27284

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

MORTESS, William mariner Alberton 1853 Memorial 472/56

MORTESS, William seaman Pt Adelaide 1868 Memorial 58/237

MORTESS, William master mariner Pt Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of Pirie land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 289 County Victoria

MORTESS, William farmer Telowie. Hundred of Telowie land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 772 County Frome

MORTESS, William master mariner Pt Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of Telowie land grant 1885 Grant Book 24 Page 774 County Frome

MORTESS, William master mariner Telowie 1887 Memorial 74/386

MORTESS, William the Younger farmer Telowie 1888 Memorial 188/392

MORTESS, William farmer Telowie 1897 Memorial 194/431

MORTESS, William farmer Pt Germein 1897 Memorial 193/431

MORTIMER, Arthur James farmer near Gawler 1899. Husband of Elizabeth Mary Mortimer who died 30/1/1897 intestate. Estate worth £60. Mother of Alfred SYMES labourer Gawler, Frederick Symes labourer Willaston, Oliver James Symes carter Gawler, Thomas Henry Symes farmer Brim Vic, Oscar Symes farmer Beulah Vic, Laura Lucina GEORGE wife of Richard George farmer Sea Lake Vic, and Mary Matilda BRIGHT wife of George Bright wheelwright Gawler Memorials 16 & 47/439

MORTIMER, Bruce William dealer Willaston 1922[-1923] Memorial 132/485, Application 27140

No 1

MORTIMER, Edward surgeon Hindmarsh 1856[-1861] Memorial 103/118, Application 2188

MORTIMER, Edward Esquire Hindmarsh 1862[-1864] Memorial 179/185

MORTIMER, Edward doctor of medicine Hindmarsh 1868 Application 9332

MORTIMER, Edward medical practitioner Pt Adelaide and Isabella Mortimer his wife 1877[-1880] Memorial 166/298

No 2

MORTIMER, Edward farmer Hundred of Kuitpo 1859 Memorial 90/150

MORTIMER, Elizabeth widow Maylands 1886 Memorial 181/376

MORTIMER, Frederick William coach proprietor Gawler 1877 Memorial 240/303

MORTIMER, George farmer Kangaroo Flat 1881 Memorial 98/337

MORTIMER, George Augustus linked with Section 322 Hundred of English Co Eyre. Henry William omnibus proprietor Gawler mentioned 1881 Memorial 142/329

MORTIMER, Harrold James pastoralist North Adelaide (136 Mills Tce) 1947 Memorial 37/522

MORTIMER, Henry tailor Gawler 1853[-1861] Memorial 86/52

MORTIMER, Henry surgeon Pt Adelaide 1880 Application 18104

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

MORTIMER, Henry William omnibus proprietor Gawler 1876[-1881] Memorial 72/287, Application 15979

MORTIMER, Henry William coach proprietor Gawler 1877[-1892] Memorial 145/304

MORTIMER, Henry William livery stable keeper Gawler 1886[-1889] Memorial 198/379

MORTIMER, Henry William farmer and omnibus proprietor Gawler 1887 Application 21310

MORTIMER, Henry William livery stable keeper Gawler 1899 Application 23772

MORTIMER, Henry William omnibus proprietor Gawler 1902 Memorial 151/445

MORTIMER, Henry William formerly livery stable keeper but now out of business Gawler 1910 Memorial 112/463

MORTIMER, Henry William out of business Gawler, died 20/10/1911. Father of John James Mortimer livery stable proprietor Gawler 1914 Memorial 164/471

MORTIMER, Henry William the Elder out of business Gawler East, died 20/10/1911. He left certain real estate separately to his son, John James Mortimer then his wife, his son Albert Mortimer then his wife, his daughter Edith Mortimer, his daughter Katie Mortimer, for life, then to their children equally absolutely in remainder expectant. Other real estate he left to his daughter-in-law Fanny Mortimer widow of his son HW Mortimer the Younger for life, then to their daughter, Ada Mortimer.. The Mortimer family home on Allotments 389 & 410 to HW Mortimer the Elder's unnamed wife during her life or widowhood, then to their daughter Margaret Mortimer for life then to her chidren absoluteley in remainder expectant. Other real estate to his unnamed widow for life, then to their son Albert Mortimer for life, then to his children in equal shares in remainder expectant. Other real estate to his wife for life, then to his son, Albert Mortimer for life, then to his own children absolutely in remainder expectant. The rest of his estate to be sold. The estate debts to be paid out of this money, then £250 of the remainder to his grandson, Walter Mortimer, and the rest to be divided equally amongst the testator's three daughters. His son, Albert Alexander Mortimer stock dealer Willaston, died 1/12/1928. Husband of Lily Mortimer, who died 25/3/1936. Mrs WH Mortimer the Elder died 18/6/1922 Application 28792

MORTIMER, HL clerk to William David SCOTT solicitor Adelaide 1878 Memorial 249/311

No 1

MORTIMER, John gardener Campbelltown 1876 Memorial 153/292

MORTIMER, John labourer Payneham 1879 Memorial 148/315

MORTIMER, John Alexander stockdealer Willaston near Gawler 1937[-1944] Memorial 47/512

No 1

MORTIMER, ME accountant Adelaide 1876 Memorial 155/292

MORTIMER, Marcus Edmund agent Adelaide 1881[-1882] Memorial 120/332

MORTIMER, Margaret married woman Gawler 1914. Probably a family link with Albert Alexander Mortimer farmer Willaston and Lily Mortimer his wife Application 26325

MORTIMER, Richard labourer Willunga 1858[-1860] Memorial 87/135

No 1

MORTIMER, Walter Scriven gentleman Adelaide 1854[-1858] Memorial 456/73 Esquire North Adelaide 1854 Memorial 287/77

MORTIMER, Walter Scriven Esquire Adelaide, power of attorney to George HAMILTON Esquire Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 20/10/1859. By 31/7/1865, he had shifted to Nelson, New Zealand; when he appointed Edward Amand WRIGHT and Stephen Peltro Henry WRIGHT gentlemen Adelaide his attorneys to manage his SA business affairs Deposits 224/1860 & 77/1866

MORTIMER, Walter Scriven Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now of Nelson in New Zealand 1865 Memorial 191/210

MORTIMER, WF storekeeper's assistant Mintaro 1899 Memorial 135/439

No 1

MORTIMER, William bullock driver Brownhill Creek, died 18/9/1842, of fever, aged 26. He had arrived in Adelaide by 1840. Father of one son - John Mortimer gardener Burnside 1898 Application 23496

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

MORTIMER, William labourer Adelaide 1843 Memorial 196/3 Labourer Dry Creek 1846[-1856] Memorial 230/7

MORTIMER, William farmer Dry Creek 1846 Application 22321

MORTIMER, William farmer Dry Creek 1853 Memorial 418/46

MORTIMER, William farmer near Modbury father of Sarah Ann Mortimer spinster near Modbury about to marry Henry WHITENING teamster near Modbury 1864 Memorial 236/283

MORTIMER, William labourer Adelaide 1866 Memorial 232/212

MORTIMER, William the Elder farmer Modbury, died early c1875. Bequests to his children - William Mortimer the Younger, Jane Mortimer, Charlotte GOOD wife of Charles Good, Harriet RUSSELL wife of Edward Russell of Pt Gawler, Henry Mortimer Memorial 34/281

MORTIMER, William the Elder - further information; father of Mary Jane WESTERN wife of Charles Western farmer Modbury and Charlotte GOODES wife of Charles Goodes farmer Horsham Vic 1878 Memorial 222/309

No 2

MORTIMER, William yeoman Balhannah 1855 Memorial 376/92

MORTIMER, William yeoman Blackwood near Balhannah 1861. He could not write Application 2156

MORTIMER, William John Methodist minister Malvern 1904 Memorial 141/452

MORTIMORE, Cyril Thomas and Edgar Vernon Mortimore welders Bowden 1946 Memorial 26/520

MORTIMORE, Edgar Vernon welder Bowden 1949 Memorial 36/524

MORTIMORE, Mary married woman formerly of Hindmarsh late of Park Tce, Bowden, died 1/8/1943. Executors of her will were Cyril Thomas Mortimore welder 19 Alfred Rd, West Croydon, Edgar Vernon Mortimore teacher 29 Alfred Rd, West Croydon, Charles POORE out of business 5 Harriet St, North Croydon, and Leonard Leopold FRANCIS bank manager 7 Alfred Rd, West Croydon 1956. The executors sold Mrs Mortimore's real estate in Bowden (Allotment 730) to Violet Grace Mortimore wife of CT Mortimore 19 Alfred Rd, West Croydon Application 29258

MORTLOCK, B farmer Tumby Bay 1906 Memorial 76/455

MORTLOCK, J clerk Yankalilla 1898 Memorial 223/433

MORTLOCK, Rosina Forsyth widow 63 Palmer Place, North Adelaide, died 12/8/1939. She left her entire estate, including her home, The Glen, at Waverley Ridge to her son, John Andrew Tennant Mortlock pastoralist Martindale Hall, Mintaro Memorials 154 & 155/514

MORTLOCK, William Doubell station manager Euro Bluff 1903 Memorial 238/447

No 1

MORTLOCK, William Ranson miller and corn factor Adelaide 1855 Memorial 216/94

MORTLOCK, William Ranson sheep farmer Pt Lincoln 1866 Memorial 187/213

MORTLOCK, William Ranson Esquire Adelaide, power of attorney to Edward Henry SPICER merchant Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 16/9/1875 Deposit 211/1875

MORTLOCK, William Tennant Esquire linked with Margaret Mortlock widow both of Avenel Medindie near Adelaide 1885 Memorial 228 & 229/365

MORTON, Donald stationmaster Roseworthy - Primitive Methodist Connexion member 1863 Memorial 328/190

No 1

MORTON, Hannah widow Norwood 1854 Memorial 249/69

MORTON, Hannah of Norwood, about to leave the province, power of attorney to Joseph Eldin MOULDEN gentleman Adelaide, to manage her SA business affairs 21/9/1854 Deposit 103/1855

MORTON, Hannah widow Norwood but at present residing in England 1855 Memorial 254/84

MORTON, Hugh shoemaker Adelaide 1864 Application 5076

MORTON, James farmer Condowie 1890 Memorial 45/403

No 1 - perhaps the same person

MORTON, John gentleman Adelaide, about to be absent from the province for a time, power of attorney to Nathaniel OLDHAM Esquire King William St, Adelaide, to manage his  SA business affairs 3/12/1867. On 6/5/1872, J Morton was living at Burnham near Bristol, England, when he renewed his power of attorney to N Oldham. John Morton 16 Barrett St, Oxford St, Middlesex, died 11/10/1885 intestate. His widow, Martha Andrews Morton 18 Northumberland Tce, Wetbourne Grove, Middlesex, confirmed N OLDHAM of Imperial Chambers King William St, Adelaide, as her attorney to manage her SA business affairs Deposits 2/1869, 104/1872, 71/1886

MORTON, John gentleman of parts beyond the seas 1883 Memorial 183/351

No 2

MORTON, John farmer Kalkabury Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1875 Grant Book 14 Page 412 County Daly

MORTON, John farmer Wallaroo Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1877 Grant Book 14 Page 415 County Daly

No 3

MORTON, John farmer Hackham 1907 Memorial 239/456

No 1

MORTON, John Thomas the Younger farmer Hundred of Way 1884 Memorial 91/362

MORTON, John Thomas the Younger farmer Hillsea Farm Lake Hamilton linked with John Thomas Morton the Elder merchant London, Middlesex, England 1884 Memorial 46/363

MORTON, John Thomas of Hillsea Lake Hamilton 1889 Memorial 232/398

MORTON, John Thomas the Younger sheepfarmer Hillsea Lake Hamilton near Sheringa linked with John Thomas Morton the Elder merchant London, Middlesex, England 1889 Memorials 186 & 187/400

MORTON, John Thomas the Younger sheepfarmer Hundred of Way 1891 Memorial 197/410

MORTON, John Thomas the Younger farmer Lake Hamilton Hundred of Way land grant 1892 Grant Book 48 Page 51 County Musgrave

MORTON, John Thomas sheepfarmer formerly of Hillsea Lake Hamilton but now of Adelaide 1898 Memorial 140/437

MORTON, LG clerk Adelaide 1918 Memorial 119/476

No 1

MORTON, Robert schoolmaster Gumeracha 1859 Memorial 24/153

No 2

MORTON, Robert representative of the Rover Company Ltd Adelaide Adelaide 1906 Memorial 25/455

MORTON, Robin contractor Collinsfield. Snowtown (Hundred of Barunga) township allotment land grant 1879 Grant Book 14 Page 166 County Daly

No 1

MORTON, Roger labourer Carey Gully 1945 Memorial 187/518

MORTON, Roger labourer Carey Gully 1949 Application 28642

MORTON, Sarah widow Kingston on Thames, Surrey, England, power of attorney to her friend, Arthur HARDY solicitor Adelaide, to manage her SA business affairs 3/4/1854 Deposit 135/1887

No 1

MORTON, Thomas farmer Brownhill Creek 1851 Memorial 171b/29

MORTON, Thomas farmer Three Brothers Hills 1857 Memorial 146/117

MORTON, Thomas farmer Echunga 1861 Memorial 180/180

MORTON, Thomas farmer formerly of Echunga but now of Clare 1869 Memorial 11/240

MORTON, Thomas farmer Condowie Hundred of Boucaut trustee unnamed Chapel Hundred of Boucaut Hundred of Boucaut land grant Hundred of Boucaut land grant 1879 Grant Book 55 Page 34 County Stanley

MORTON, Thomas farmer near Clare Hundred of Boucaut land grant 1881 Grant Book 55 Page 37 County Stanley

MORTON, Thomas farmer Condowie 1886 Memorial 149/381

No 2

MORTON, Thomas station master Roseworthy. Roseworthy Primitive Methodist Chapel trustee 1865 Memorial 56/208

No 1

MORTON, Walter Robert clerk Adelaide (North Tce) Co Adelaide. Blinman (Hundred of Carr) township allotment land grant 1868 Grant Book 66 Page 164 County Taunton

MORTON, Walter Robert licensed victualler Adelaide (Southern Cross King William St) 1876 Memorial 152/293, Application 15421

MORTON, Walter Robert gentleman Kapunda 1885[-1886] Application 20539, Memorial 7/374

No 2

MORTON, Walter Robert commercial traveller Nailsworth 1907[-1910] Memorial 120/461

MOSBEY, Charles seaman Pt Adelaide 1845[-1849] Memorial 410/46

No 1

MOSEDALE, Henry of Adelaide 1856 Memorial 270/99

MOSEDALE, Henry carpenter Stepney 1859 Application 277

MOSEDALE, Henry builder Norwood 1870 Memorial 88/247

MOSEDALE, Henry builder College Town 1872[-1875] Memorial 29/262

MOSEDALE, Henry builder Hackney 1872 Memorial 27/265

MOSEDALE, Henry carpenter College Town 1880 Memorial 75/327

MOSEDALE, Henry gentleman formerly of East Adelaide, but late of Park St, Hackney, died 22/9/1899. Life insurance from the Hope Lodge of Oddfellows to his wife, Hannah Mosedale, who also had a life interest in the rest of his real and personal estate. After her death, the executors to sell the estate. Pay £100 to Henry Mosedale’s son, William Mosedale. The residue of the estate to be divided equally absolutely in remainder expectant. Half to Henry Mosedale’s sister, Elizabeth PARKES, widow 110 Barbado St, Christchurch, New Zealand, or her descendants, if she were dead; the other half to James CAREY, formerly in the employ of the Midland Counties Railway Company at Derby, England. If he be dead, the estate to go to his wife, Henry Mosedale’s niece Mary, in trust for life, then to her children in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant. Hannah MOSEDALE died Hackney 18/4/1900. James Bruce CURRY Midland Counties Railway Co clerk 11 Avondale Road, Derby, Co Derby, England, stated that there was no niece and nephew called James and Mary CAREY. His wife, Mary Curry, was the daughter of Henry Mosedale’s brother William Mosedale. Power of attorney to William John VANDENBERGH, of 31-32 The Exchange, Pirie St, Adelaide, to sort out the estate 4/7/1900. Also to clear up the matter of conflict between the estate of Henry Mosedale and Mary Ann SNUTCH, who died 18/4/1897 Hackney. Apparently, Mr Vandenbergh acted for the New Zealand members of the family as well. Mrs Parkes was still alive in 1900 and put in a claim for her inheritance Deposits 60 & 61/1902

No 1

MOSEDALE, William coachsmith Norwood 1870 Application 10880

MOSEDALE, William coachsmith Norwood 1871 Memorial 34/251

No 1 - Friedrich Franz Ernst Mosel

MOSEL, Friedrich cordwainer Gawler 1854 Memorial 79/74

MOSEL, Friedrich Franz Ernst butcher Lyndoch Valley. Hundred of Barossa land grant 1862 Grant Book 2 Page 53 County Adelaide

MOSEL, Friedrich Franz Ernst shoemaker Lyndoch Valley 1863 Memorial 350/188

MOSEL, Friedrich bootmaker formerly of Gawler 1855 but now of Lyndoch 1867 Application 8919

MOSEL, Friedrich bootmaker Lyndoch Valley, became a bankrupt in 1869 Memorial 21/240

MOSEL, Friedrich Franz Ernst shoemaker formerly of Lyndoch Valley 1862 but now of Pt Pirie 1877 Application 16250

MOSEL, Franz Carl Theodor and Friedrich Franz Ernst Mosel the Elder fruiterers Pt Pirie. Pt Germein township allotment land grant 1879 Grant Book 24 Page 684 County Frome

No 1 - Johann Friedrich Mosel

MOSEL, Friedrich farmer Gawler 1854 Memorial 423/67

MOSEL, Johann Friedrich farmer Mt Barker [probably Grünthal] 1855 Memorial 265/91

MOSEL, Johann Friedrich farmer near Hahndorf. Member St John German Protestant Church Hahndorf 1859 Memorial 301/153

MOSEL, Johann Friedrich formerly farmer near Hahndorf but then out of business Edwardstown 1905 Memorial 116/453

MOSELY, Henry bricklayer Gawler 1847 Memorial 35/9

MOSELEY, EL of Plympton 1883 Memorial 210/353

MOSELEY, Frederick farmer Gawler 1854 Memorial 423/67

No 1

MOSELEY, George fishmonger New Thebarton and Mary Moseley his wife linked with Thomas Moseley stockowner Glenelg 1880 Memorial 11/324

MOSELEY, George Jackson (commonly known as George Moseley) of Lot 60 in St Leonards, died c1863. He left his entire estate to his wife, Eliza Moseley, for life, and then to any children of the marriage in equal shares. Failing any children, then equally to the children of his late daughter, Caroline WILLIAMSON, of Claremont Place, Lisson Grove, London, England Memorial 266/191

MOSELEY, George Jackson dairyman Glenelg, died 17/9/1863 intestate. Letters of administration to his nephew and next of kin, Henry Jackson Moseley gentleman Plympton. Estate worth £150 Application 19619

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

MOSELEY, Henry builder Glenelg 1850[-1854] Memorial 150/25

MOSELEY, Henry the Younger bookkeeper Glenelg 1865 Memorial 264/205

MOSELEY, Henry farmer Sarnia South Road 1867 Memorial 19/251

MOSELEY, Henry gentleman Sarnia House, South Road 1867 Application 8728

MOSELEY, Henry the Younger licensed victualler Pier Hotel, Glenelg, became a bankrupt in 1870 Memorial 33/247

MOSELEY, Elizabeth widow Glenelg linked with Henry Moseley licensed victualler Glenelg and his daughter, Louisa Moseley also of Glenelg 1857 Memorial 177/113

MOSELEY, Henry formerly builder 1854 but now contractor Glenelg 1873 Application 13104

No 1

MOSELEY, Henry gentleman Plympton 1881 Application 18478

MOSELEY, Henry Jackson gentleman Glenelg 1883 Memorial 11/352

MOSELEY, Henry Jackson gentleman Plympton 1883 Memorial 22/354

MOSELEY, Henry Jackson salt manufacturer formerly of the Bay Road but now of near Payneham linked with James George Moseley sheep farmer near Pt Augusta 1885 Memorial 58/363

MOSELEY, Henry Jackson salt manufacturer Hundreds of Dalrymple and Melville, with assets including the Bookamurray Lagoon (Sections 266 & 267 Hundred of Dalrymple) 'together with buildings erected upon the said land … and all the tools, machinery plant, stock in trade, horses, carts and effects … used in connection with the salt manufactory carried on at the said lagoons', declared a bankrupt in 1885. James Gray Moseley sheep farmer Pt Augusta bought the business for £50 Memorials 220 & 221/370

MOSELEY, Henry Jackson gentleman Payneham, became a bankrupt in 1885 Memorial 25/436

No 1

MOSELEY, James Grey station overseer Yadlamalka Station 1877[-1878] Memorial 113/298

MOSELEY, James G station manager Yadlamalka Station 1878 Memorial 10/305

MOSELEY, James Grey stockholder Coondambo linked with Thomas Moseley stockholder Adelaide 1879 Memorial 139/319

MOSELEY, James Grey sheep farmer Coondambo 1879[-1883] Memorial 37/346

MOSELEY, James Grey stockowner Monalena 1883[-1884] Memorial 163/354

MOSELEY, James Grey station manager Adelaide 1884 Memorial 5/367

MOSELEY, James Grey stockholder Yadnamalka 1885 Memorial 5/370

MOSELEY, James Grey sheep farmer Pt Augusta 1885 Application 20577

MOSELEY, James Grey stockholder Horrocks Creek 1886 Memorial 205/376

MOSELEY, James Grey sheep farmer Pt Augusta 1888 Memorial 18/393

MOSELEY, James Grey stockholder Monalena near Pt Augusta 1890 Memorial 118/401

MOSELEY, James Grey grazier Clearview near Pt Augusta linked with Maynard Jackson Moseley farmer Hundred of Woolundunga 1890 Memorial 192/405

MOSELEY, James Grey sheepfarmer Pt Augusta Co Frome. Tarcoola (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1901 Grant Book 65 Page 305 County Not named

MOSELEY, James Grey sheepfarmer Pt Augusta trustee unnamed Church Hundred of Woolundunga land grant 1902 Grant Book 23 Page 140 County Frome

MOSELEY, James Grey farmer Pt Augusta 1905 Application 24885

MOSELEY, James Grey grazier Adelaide 1911 Application 25991

MOSELEY, James Grey grazier Adelaide 1911 Memorial 115/464

OSELEY, Jessie of Noarlunga 1886 Memorial 26/410

No 1

MOSELEY, John licensed victualler Crafers 1869 Memorial 209/240

MOSELEY, John butcher Crafers 1870[-1871] Memorial 44/244

MOSELEY, John butcher formerly of Crafers but now of Mt Barker 1872 Memorial 196/259

MOSELEY, John clerk Jamestown 1875[-1877] Memorial 139/283

MOSELEY, John butcher Jamestown 1879 Memorial 203/316

No 1

MOSELEY, Maynard Jackson farmer Pt Augusta 1886 Memorial 106/374

MOSELEY, Maynard Jackson station manager Pt Augusta Co Frome. Pt Augusta West (Hundred of Copley) township allotment land grant 1893 Grant Book 65 Page 228 County Manchester

No 1

MOSELEY, Thomas sheep farmer Coondambo Station 1877 Memorial 113/298

MOSELEY, Thomas stockholder Adelaide, and James Grey MOSELEY stockholder Coondambo, power of attorney to Hon Henry SCOTT merchant and Walter GOOCH accountant both of Adelaide, to manage their SA business affairs 7/5/1879 Deposit 288/1879

MOSELEY, Thomas formerly sheep farmer Coondambo Station but now stockholder Parkside 1880 Memorial 167/326

MOSELEY, William farmer m 8/4/1843 Trinity Church Adelaide, Christian MCINTYRE, spinster. Archibald SCOTT and Margaret McINTYRE were the witnesses. The Moseleys settled as farmers at Mt Barker. William Moseley the Elder died 30/9/1849. Brother to Alice THOMSON widow Kangarilla 8/9/1869. William Moseley left his widow a wealthy woman through his ownership of the Crafers Inn, which she added to by mortgage properties - Part Section 19 Stringybark Forest (formerly called the Norfolk Arms lately called the Forrester’s Hotel, now called the Crafers Hotel), Section 2797 Hundred of Noarlunga, Section 2794 Hundred of Macclesfield, On mortgage from John RIDLEY at 12/5%, Sections 1810, 1811, 1812, 1819, 1820, 1822, 1818, 1821 near Greenock Creek, Co Light, On mortgage from William NOSWORTHY AT 15%, Sections 357,373, 384 Hundreds of Yankalilla and Encounter Bay, together with £1,425 in a SA Banking Company account, and £250 worth of merchandise which Christian Moseley ordered through Abraham SCOTT merchant Adelaide to come from England but had not yet arrived. When she married for the second time, her landed assets went into trust through Edward James Frederick CRAWFORD brewer Hindmarsh, John MCINTYRE farmer Mt Charles and Charles FENN solicitor Adelaide, for herself and her heirs alone 11/6/1853

15/5/1855 Margaret Moseley born.

23/8/1845 William Moseley the Younger born. W Moseley the Elder now a bullock driver.

2/11/1847 John Moseley born at Crafers. Baptised 4/7/1848 St James’s Blakiston. Rev’d James POLLITT. Later innkeeper Crafers.

21/6/1849 George Moseley born. William Moseley a publican on the Mt Barker Road. George Moseley died 7/3/1864 Reynella, of scarlet fever, aged 14.5 years.

11/6/1853 Widow Christian Moseley 34 m Richard Dixon HAWKINS 34 innkeeper at O’Connell St, North Adelaide, by Rev’d Robert HAINING Church of Scotland minister.

5/5/1861 Christian Hawkins wife of RD Hawkins innkeeper Crafers, died phthisis, aged 41 Deposit 169/1870, 4/1873, Enrolment 47/19

No 1

MOSER, Johann joiner Clare linked with Joseph Johann Moser bookbinder Adelaide 1878 Memorial 214/311

MOSER, Johann builder Parkside 1884[-1896] Memorial 72/360

MOSER, Johann contractor Hahndorf 1897 Memorial 100/430

MOSER, Johann contractor Hahndorf 1902 Application 24511

MOSER, Johann builder formerly of Parkside but then of Hahndorf 1904 Application 24883

No 1

MOSER, Josef Johann bookbinder Adelaide linked with Johann Moser joiner Clare 1878 Memorial 214/311

MOSER, Josef farmer Hahndorf 1878[-1884] Memorial 148/306, Application 24883

MOSES, John of Gawler 1852 Memorial 226/39

MOSES, Thomas of Hay Flat near Yankalilla 1859 Memorial 200/170

No 1

MOSEY, William farmer Springbank near Kooringa 1861[-1876] Memorial 141/177

MOSEY, William farmer Springbank near Kooringa. Springfield Primitive Methodist Chapel trustee 1862 Memorial 15/292

No 1

MOSLEY, Samuel fellmonger Beverley on the Port Road 1851 Memorial 380/33

MOSLEY, Samuel fellmonger Mt Barker 1854 Memorial 123/76

MOSLEY, Samuel parchmentmaker Mt Barker 1859 Memorial 212/159

MOSS, Alexander financial agent Adelaide (Pirie St) linked with Rosetta Moss widow Trinity St, Kent Town 1899. Probably other members of the family included - Celia WOLF married woman Bendigo Vic, Frances HARRIS married woman Adelaide, Phoebe Moss spinster College Town, Emanual Moss draper's assistant Adelaide, Samuel Albert Moss draper's assistant Adelaide and Katie Moss spinster College Town Memorials 149 & 164/438

MOSS, Edward ironmonger Adelaide 1857[-1860] Memorial 123/132

No 1

MOSS, Edwin of Salisbury, Secretary of the Salisbury Congregational Church 1926, declared that he had been a member of the Salisbury Church for 50 years Application 27514

MOSS, Edwin orchardist Salisbury 1927, declared that he had lived at Salisbury for the past 67 years Application 27589

MOSS, Edwin out of business Salisbury 1938, declared that he had been born on 24/5/1860 and had lived in Salisbury for 76 years, arriving in the town when he was 2 years Application 28090

MOSS, Henry storekeeper Gordon Gordon (Hundred of Kanyaka) township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 49 Page 111 County Newcastle

No 1

MOSS, Joel draper Adelaide 1868 Memorial 104/234 A Director of the Emerald Silver Mining Co Ltd 1869 Memorial 224/240

MOSS, Joel clothier Adelaide 1874 Application 18146

MOSS, Joel clothier Adelaide 1874[-1879] Memorial 90/271

MOSS, Joel tailor Adelaide Hundred of Davenport land grant 1879 Grant Book 24 Page 651 County Frome

MOSS, Joel tailor Adelaide Gordon (Hundred of Kanyaka) township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 49 Page 108 County Newcastle

MOSS, Joel money broker Adelaide 1892 Application 22193

MOSS, Joel draper Adelaide, died 21/1/1894 Kent Town. Husband of Rosetta Moss of Trinity St, Kent Town. Father of Alexander Moss financial agent Adelaide (Pirie St) 1895 Memorial 130/425

MOSS, Joel of Adelaide died c1899. Father of Alexander Moss financial agent Adelaide, Celia WOLF married woman Bendigo Vic, Frances HARRIS married woman Adelaide, Phoebe MOSS spinster of Adelaide, Emanuel Moss and Samuel Albert Moss draper's assistant Adelaide and Katie Moss infant Memorial 125/437

MOSS, Joel clothier Adelaide, died 21/1/1894 Memorial 145/469

MOSS, Rosetta widow Trinity St, College Town, died 24/12/1901 Sydney NSW. Relict of the late Joel Moss. Children included - Celia WOLF married woman formerly of Bendigo Vic but now of Adelaide, Frances HARRIS of Adelaide, Phoebe FOX married woman Sydney NSW, Emanuel and Samuel Albert Moss draper's assistants Adelaide and Katie WHINNERAH wife of John Alfred Whinnerah gentleman Adelaide Memorials 249/446 & 22/447

No 1

MOSS, John farmer Salisbury 1851[-1857] Memorial 42/31

No 2

MOSS, John gardener Plympton 1893 Application 22438

MOSS, Joseph upholsterer Adelaide 1877 Application 16421

MOSS, Ronald citrus grower Salisbury 1961. He was the son of Edwin Moss. The family grazed cows and grew citrus trees, watered by a 50' deep well, which delivered 1,200 gallons an hour, pumped by a Metters pump and 2hp motor. Stone and cement implement and packing sheds stood nearby Application 29419

No 1

MOSS, Simeon carpenter Mt Barker 1853 Memorial 225/52

MOSS, Simeon storekeeper Mt Barker. Trustee of land in Mt Barker ‘as the site of a church and parsonage to the use of the United Church of England and Ireland’ 1864 RPA Search 2390

MOSS, Simeon storekeeper Mt Barker 1875 Application 14642

No 1

MOSS, Simeon the Younger builder North Adelaide 1882[-1903] Memorial 143/343

MOSS, Simeon (formerly the Younger) builder Adelaide 1908 Memorial 198/458

MOSS, Thomas farmer Salisbury 1855 Memorial 383/89

No 1 - likely to be the same person

MOSS, William blacksmith Smithfield 1884 Memorial 55/362

MOSS, William Henry gardener Bridgewater 1887[-1891] Memorial 68/386

MOSS, Thomas tallow chandler Adelaide 1856[-1870] Memorial 327/108

MOSSEL, Friedrich Franz Ernst shoemaker Adelaide 1852 Memorial 27/45

MOSTYN-OWEN, Richard vigneron Mt Hurtle Vineyards, Reynella, died 10/11/1941, of carcinoma of the pharynx, aged 66. Born in England. In SA 46 years. Not married Memorial 129/528

MOTHERALL, Robert William contractor Burra. Husband of Mona Motherall. Father of Norma Beryl Motherall 1951[-1954] Memorial 166/526

No 1

MOTLEY, R law clerk Kooringa 1931 Memorial 121/504

MOTLEY, Rica clerk to M HODBY solicitor Kooringa 1924 Memorial 83/511

No 1

MOTT, Amos labourer Macclesfield linked with Joseph Mott farmer Macclesfield 1853 Memorial 195/57

MOTT, Amos and Joseph farmers The Finniss 1865 Memorial 232/206

MOTT, Amos farmer Lake Plains 1869 Memorial 187/241

MOTT, Amos farmer Lake Plains near Milang Hundred of Bonney land grant 1869 Grant Book 54 Page 33 County Russell

MOTT, Amos farmer Tatiara. Hundred of Tatiara land grant 1883[-1887] Grant Book 7 Page 11 County Buckingham

MOTT, Amos farmer Bordertown, son of Joseph Mott farmer Macclesfied 1895 Application 23078

MOTT, Amos farmer 'near the waterhole along Pine Hill Road', Tatiara Co Buckingham, died c1906. Husband of Hepzibah Mott. Father of Mary Alice MILES, Sarah Ann FIDLER, George Amos Wagg Mott, and Edward Ebenezer Mott Memorial 221/464

No 1

MOTT, David labourer Macclesfield 1854 Memorial 460/64

MOTT, David of Moama NSW leased land in the Hundred of Macclesfield 1878 Memorial 7/308

MOTT, David farmer near Macclesfield 1895 Application 23077

No 1

MOTT, Edward Ebenezer farmer formerly of Lucindale but now of Lockhart Vic 1881 Memorial 67/336

MOTT, Edward Ebenezer farmer Bordertown Hundred of Joyce land grant 1882 Grant Book 51 Page 8 County Robe

MOTT, HJ butcher Macclesfield 1887 Memorial 29/388

MOTT, Henry James licensed victualler Vine Inn, Glen Osmond 1898[-1899] Memorial 248/437

MOTT, James hotelkeeper Belvidere 1895 Application 23077

No 1

MOTT, John farmer Mt Gambier 1859 Memorial 301/152

MOTT, John the Elder of Mt Gambier Hundred of Mayurra land grant 1882 Grant Book 31 Page 229 County Grey

No 2

MOTT, John farmer Naracoorte Hundred of Naracoorte land grant 1874 Grant Book 50 Page 104 County Robe

No 1

MOTT, Joseph farmer Watergate near Macclesfield 1852 Memorial 213/123

MOTT, Joseph gentleman now living near Macclesfield, died c1863. He left his entire estate (including farmland and vineyard at Macclesfield) to his wife, Mary Mott, for her lifetime, then in varying portions as laid down in the will to his children - William Mott, Hannah WYATT, Amos Mott, Ann Rowden, David Mott, James Mott, and Pleasant HODGKINS. House and some 5 acres of land at the Reedbeds to Martha GRATWICK Memorial 79/192

MOTT, Joseph farmer Macclesfield, died 5/11/1863. He left his estate to his wife, Mary Ann Mott, for life. Mrs Mott remarried to Henry WEBB. She died 20/2/1895, aged 101 Application 23077

No 2

MOTT, Joseph farmer Echunga 1855 Memorial 400/93

MOTT, Joseph farmer Lower Finniss Hundred of Alexandrina land grant 1864 Grant Book 36 Page 6 County Hindmarsh

MOTT, Joseph farmer The Finniss 1868 Memorial 134/233

MOTT, Joseph farmer The Finniss, about to leave the province, power of attorney to Samuel James WAY Esquire Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs, including sell all his real estate 8/1/1868 Deposit 149/1868

MOTT, Joseph farmer formerly of Echunga but now absent from the province 1870 Memorial 136/246

MOTT, Joseph farmer formerly of SA but now absent therefrom 1877 Memorial 183/298

MOTT, Robert labourer Gumeracha 1854[-1859] Memorial 367/66

MOTT, William farmer Dinyarrak Vic, son of Joseph Mott farmer Macclesfield 1895. He could not write Application 23079

No 1

MOTTERAM, FC clerk to Messrs MOULDEN & Sons solicitors Adelaide 1881[-1893] Memorial 43/333

MOTTERAM, FC accountant Adelaide 1882[-1884] Memorial 20/347

MOULD, Edmund Sargent farmer Milang 1910 Memorial 213/462

MOULD, Edwin baker Gawler 1890. His mother, Elizabeth Mould, died 27/1/888 Application 21786

MOULD, Netty Maud spinster Milang 1950 Memorial 126/524

MOULD, Oliver James out of business Milang, Christina FRAMPTON married woman Philcox Hill and Netty Maud Mould spinster Milang, son and daughters of Christina Mould widow Milang, who died 1/5/1942. Memorials 112 & 126/516

MOULD, Richard G the Elder of Section 9 Hundred of Palmer 1888 Memorial 235/394

No 1

MOULD, Richard Giles cabinetmaker Adelaide 1852 Memorial 123/41

MOULD, Richard Giles cabinetmaker formerly of Adelaide but then of Hahndorf 1856[-1857] Memorial 92/107

MOULD, Richard Giles cabinetmaker Beulah Rd near Kent Town 1857 Memorial 350/125

MOULD, Richard Giles farmer Yunkunga near Mt Barker 1860[-1868] Application 1705

MOULD, Richard Giles farmer Wistow 1874 Memorial 57/273

MOULD, Richard Giles farmer Mt Barker Co Hindmarsh Hundred of Coolinong land grant 1879 Grant Book 54 Page 146 County Russell

MOULD, Richard Giles farmer Cooke Plains 1879 Memorial 35/320

MOULD, Sydney James farmer Langhorne Creek 1924 Memorial 49/490

MOULDEN, Arnold Meredith solicitor Adelaide (Austral Chambers, 16 Currie St) 1925 Application 27426

MOULDEN, Arthur gentleman Adelaide Co Adelaide. Olary (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1888 Grant Book 65 Page 194 County Not named

No 1

MOULDEN, Bay clerk to JE MOULDEN solicitor Adelaide 1869[-1872] Memorial 33/237

MOULDEN, Bayfield solicitor North Adelaide (Barnard St) and Elizabeth Moulden his wife 1907 Memorial 202/456

No 1

MOULDEN, BA clerk to BAGOT & LABATT solicitors 1869 Memorial 68/239

MOULDEN, Beaumont Arnold solicitor Norwood about to marry Anna Mary CRAMOND spinster Kent Town 1872 Memorial 61/262

MOULDEN, Beaumont Arnold solicitor Adelaide and Anna Mary Moulden his wife 1882 Application 19065

MOULDEN & SONS solicitors Adelaide (Eagle Chambers 96 King William St) 1884 Application 19540

MOULDEN, Beaumont Arnold solicitor Adelaide (Eagle Chambers, King William St) and College Park 1900 Memorial 1/440

MOULDEN, Beaumont Arnold solicitor College Park and Anna Mary Moulden his wife. Linked with Frank Beaumont Moulden solicitor College Park and Margaret M Moulden of College Park 1902 Memorial 54/447

MOULDEN, Beaumont Arnold solicitor Adelaide (Eagle Chambers, King William St) 1909, declared that he had been in partnership with his father, Joseph Eldin Moulden, from 1872 until his father's death Application 27912

MOULDEN, Beaumont Arnold solicitor Adelaide and Anna Mary Moulden his wife. Parents of John Collett Moulden metallurgist in parts beyond the seas; Frank Beaumont Moulden solicitor Adelaide (Eagle Chambers); Margaret Minna LEA wife of John Wheeley Lea stockholder Robe; and Eldin Swanzy Moulden electrical engineer Marlborough St, College Park 1919 Memorial 115/478

MOULDEN, Beaumont Arnold solicitor Pembroke St, College Park, died 20/12/1926, of pernicious anaemia and cerebral thrombosis, aged 77. Born in London, England. In SA 77 years. Married aged 23. 2 sons and 1 daughter living; 1 son deceased Memorial 182/527

No 1

MOULDEN, Frank B articled clerk to Messrs MOULDEN & Sons solicitors Adelaide 1893[-1895] Memorial 217/418

MOULDEN, Frank Beaumont solicitor Adelaide (Austral Chambers, Currie St) 1920 Memorial 188/481

MOULDEN, Sir Frank Beaumont solicitor formerly of Eagle Chambers but now of Austral Chambers 16-18 Currie St, Adelaide 1926[-1930] Memorial 164/496

MOULDEN, Frank Beaumont solicitor knight bachelor Brougham Place, North Adelaide, died 8/4/1932, of arterio sclerosis and cerebral haemorrhage, aged 55. Born Norwood. Married at 41. Wife - Deborah VH Moulden. No family Memorial 103/510

MOULDEN, James farmer Woodchester 1865 Memorial 154/205

No 1

MOULDEN, John labourer Lower Mitcham 1852 Memorial 428/44

MOULDEN, John labourer Co Hindmarsh 1860 Memorial 222/163

MOULDEN, John Eldin Collett metallurgist usually of Cockle Creek NSW but temporarily of Adelaide 1909 Memorial 150/461

No 1

MOULDEN, J Eldin solicitor Clark’s Buildings, Adelaide 1851[-1853] Memorial 146/32

MOULDEN, J Eldin Town Clerk Kensington & Norwood Corporation 1857 Memorial 37/119

MOULDEN, Joseph Eldin solicitor Kensington & Norwood 1855 Clayton Congregational Chapel trustee Memorial 206/91

MOULDEN, Joseph Eldin solicitor Adelaide 1857 Glen Osmond Silver Lead Mining Co trustee Memorial 102/127

MOULDEN, J Eldin practitioner of the Supreme Court with Office at 94 King William St, Adelaide and his private residence on The Parade, Norwood 1866 Memorial 201/214

MOULDEN, J Eldin of Adelaide solicitor to the Kadina and Wallaroo Railway and Pier Company 1872 Memorial 206/264

No 1

MOULDEN, Mary Moulden spinster formerly of Norwood, but now of parts beyond the sea, power of attorney to Beaumont Arnold MOULDEN and Bayfield MOULDEN Esquires Adelaide, to manage her SA business matters 15/5/1884 Deposit 205/1884

MOULDEN, Mary Moulden spinster Mt Lofty 1896 Memorial 225/429

No 1 - likely to be the same person

MOULDEN, Thomas brewer Brownhill Creek 1850 Memorial 375/26

MOULDEN, Thomas Esquire Unley and Elizabeth Caroline Moulden his wife 1854 Memorial 480/68

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

MOULDEN, William the Younger yeoman and a bachelor Section 233 Survey B 1852 Memorial 426/43

MOULDEN, William the Younger labourer Lower Mitcham 1852 Memorial 427/44

MOULDEN, William the Elder, William Moulden the Younger and John Moulden farmers Lower Mitcham 1854 Memorial 103/75

MOULDEN, William the Elder farmer Lower Mitcham 1856 Memorial 181/118

MOULDEN, William farmer Strathalbyn 1857 Memorial 11/115

MOULDEN, William the Younger formerly of Lower Mitcham but now of the Tin Pot near Strathalbyn 1859 Memorial 39/159

MOULDEN, William the Younger farmer Lower Mitcham 1860 Memorial 278/170

MOULDEN, William the Elder farmer Lower Mitcham linked with William Moulden the Younger farmer The Tin Pot [near Mt Barker] 1861 Memorial 313/175

MOULDEN, William farmer Lower Mitcham and Sarah Moulden his wife 1866 Memorial 16/212

MOULDEN, William farmer Lower Mitcham, died 26/7/1874, of old age, aged 78. His wife, Sarah Moulden, had already died 16/3/1872, of brain disease, aged 76 Application 27645

MOULDER, George cabinetmaker Adelaide 1841 Memorial 10/250

MOULDING, Charles farmer Auburn 1879 Memorial 159/319

MOULDS, Christopher gardener New Tiers 1863[-1868] Memorial 193/190

MOULDS, William farmer and Councillor for the District of East Torrens 1868 Memorial 23/237

MOULE, Edward farmer Round Hill near Quorn 1884 Memorial 153/357

MOULE, Edwin Horwood farmer Stradbrooke Magill 1899 Memorial 191/439

MOULE, Elizabeth widow Adelaide 1885 Memorial 248/370

No 1

MOULE, George Alfred gardener Sydenham on the Torrens. St Martin's Campbelltown parishioner 1942 Memorial 142/516

MOULE, George Alfed retired 27 Walker Ave, Paradise St Martin's Anglican Church trustee 1963 Application 29533

MOULE, George James linked with Section 131 Hundred of Palmer Co Newcastle 1885 Memorial 166/371

MOULE, Henry James gardener Sydenham 1899 Memorial 190/439

No 1

MOULE, John storekeeper Chinkford near Auburn 1867 Memorial 217/223

MOULE, John storekeeper Saddleworth 1868[-1876] Memorial 121/229

MOULE, John storekeeper Saddleworth Co Light. Hundred of Caltowie land grant 1877 Grant Book 60 Page 184 County Victor

MOULE, John storekeeper Saddleworth Co Light. Hundred of Tarcowie land grant 1877[-1878] Grant Book 13 Page 42 County Dalhousie

MOULE, John agent Adelaide 1881 Memorial 52/336

MOULE, John auctioneer Adelaide 1883 Memorial 180/354

MOULE, Joseph gentleman Adelaide 1856 Memorial 237/108

No 1

MOULE, Robert farmer South Stradbroke near Adelaide 1856 Memorial 48/95

MOULE, Robert farmer near Magill 1871 Application 11364

MOULE, Robert farmer Magill 1876 Memorial 208/290

MOULE, Sarah spinster Kent Town Co Adelaide. Brownlow (Hundred of Menzies) township allotment land grant 1883 Grant Book 11 Page 44 County Carnarvon

MOULE, WG JP clerk Robe 1891 Memorial 65/408

MOULES, George Manager ES & A Chartered Bank Clare 1869 Memorial 64/239

No 1

MOULTON, Corporal Land Office draftsman Adelaide 1839[-1840] Grant Book 0 Page 1 County Unnamed

MOULTON, Robert Harvey land agent Adelaide 1856 Memorial 184/107

No 1 - probably the same person

MOUNSTER, James farmer Yatala Farm 1854 Memorial 320/72

MOUNSTER, James licensed victualler Hindmarsh 1854 Memorial 231/71

MOUNSTER, James licensed victualler Hope Inn, Hindmarsh 1855[-1857] Memorial 74/84

MOUNSTER, James fellmonger Melrose 1860 Application 1861

MOUNSTER, James butcher Melrose trustee Public Cemetery Melrose Hundred of Wongyarra land grant 1864 Grant Book 23 Page 80 County Frome

MOUNSTER, James licensed victualler formerly of Hindmarsh but now of Melrose 1868 Memorial 87/231

MOUNSTER, James [formerly licensed victualler Melrose but now] yeoman Croydon 1869 Memorial 182/238

No 1

MOUNSTER, John publican Hope Inn, Hindmarsh 1855 Memorial 455/84

MOUNSTER, John [formerly publican but now] yeoman Hindmarsh 1869 Memorial 181/238

MOUNSTER, Walter Edward electrical fitter Gawler 1901 Application 24267

MOUNT, Horace Stanley dentist Adelaide 1920 Memorial 186/481

No 1

MOUNT, John and Peter farmers Mt Barker 1851[-1853] Hundred of Munno Para land grants Memorial 121/60

MOUNT, John farmer Balhannah, died 23/10/1858 intestate. His widow, Eliza Mount, had remarried to Robert WILSON farmer Balhannah by 1878. John Mount's heir at law, Thomas Mount, died 27/1/1860 intestate and a bachelor, aged 7 Memorial 217/309

MOUNT, John farmer Balhannah married Eliza nee ? on 29/9/1853. John Mount died 23/10/1858 intestate. His widow, Eliza Mount, remarried to Robert WILSON farmer Balhannah. Robert Wilson died 19/6/1918. He left his estate in trust to his wife, Eliza Wilson, for life, then to his daughters, Jane Wilson and Eliza WENZEL and his step-daughter Hannah Mount, for life, then to their children in equal shares as tenants in common. Jane LAWSON wife of Frederick Lawson farmer Balhannah, died 21/1/1924 Balhannah, of cerebral haemorrhage, aged 54. Born at Balhannah. Married aged 44. Hannah Mount spinster home duties Balhannah, died 29/9/1939, of chronic endocarditis and 2 weeks' cardiac incompetence, aged 80 years. Eliza WENZEL widow of Friedrich Theodor Wenzel farmer Langhorne Creek, died 26/5/1939 Hatherly Rest Home, 39 Fisher St, Fullarton, of hemiplegia and paralysis, aged 68. Born at Balhannah. Married aged 24 years. 5 sons and 1 daughter. Wenzel grandchildren mentioned included - August Heinrich Wenzel farmer Langhorne Creek, LA Wenzel, OB Wenzel, RH LESLIE, and VG Wenzel. John and Eliza Mount had four children - Robert Mount (born 30/9/1853 died 27/1/1860, aged 7 years), Mary Mount, Thomas Mount and Anna Mount - no clear idea of what happened to these childre Application 28276

MOUNT, Lindsay James butcher Melrose and Eunice Audrey Mount his wife 1948[-1949] Memorial 38/523, Application 28675

No 1

MOUNT, Peter farmer Mt Barker 1851 Memorial 121/60

MOUNT, Peter farmer Adelaide linked with Thomas Mount farmer Mt Barker 1860 Memorial 199/166

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

MOUNT, Thomas farmer Mt Barker 1848 Memorial 495/10

MOUNT, Thomas the Elder farmer Mt Barker Road, Margaret Mount his wife and Thomas Mount the Younger one of his sons 1857 Memorial 216/127

MOUNT, Thomas farmer Mt Thrive Balhannah 1859 Memorial 265/149

MOUNT, Thomas the Younger farmer Mt Thrive near Balhannah linked with Mary Ann Mount spinster Mt Thrive 1859 Memorial 170/294

MOUNT, Thomas the Elder farmer Mt Barker, died 27/11/1862. His widow, Mary Mount 70 Mt Thrive (Father: Peter Shepherd) married Thomas EDWARDS 75 widower farmer Mt Annan (Father: John Edwards) on 27/7/1876 Mt Thrive Balhannah. Minister, Rev'd John MACBEAN. Witnesses: James SHEPHERD bootmaker Rosebank, Elizabeth MacBean Inverbrackie Application 15631

MOUNT, Thomas the Younger farmer Mt Thrive near Balhannah died 20/9/1879, of a pelvic abcess, aged 46. He left pt Section 4216 Hundred of Onkaparinga to his daughter in trust for her lifetime, and then to her children absolutely in remainder expectant. Thomas Mount's daughter, Mary Ann BROWN widow Crystal Brook, died 4/5/1906. Mrs Brown left three sons - John Fife BRYSON farmer Crystal Brook, Robert James Bryson farmer Clements Gapand Thomas Mount Bryson farmer Leederville WA 1906 Application 25345

No 1

MOUNTAIN, Joseph mason McLaren Vale 1853[-1855] Memorial 221/57

MOUNTAIN, Joseph farmer McLaren Vale 1853[-1855] Memorial 367/49

MOUNTAIN, Joseph storekeeper McLaren Vale 1855 Memorial 446/86

No 1

MOUNTAIN, William Victorian Railways clerk Melbourne (Jeffcott St) Vic 1862 Memorial 5/186

MOUNTAIN, William clerk to the Victorian Railways Melbourne Vic. He owned land in Kent Town 1864 Memorial 296/197

MOUNTFORD, Alexander farmer Broughton Hundred of Willowie land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 741 County Frome

No 1

MOUNTFORD, Thomas labourer Gawler 1863 Memorial 317/187

MOUNTFORD, Thomas formerly labourer Gawler South 1863 but now brickmaker Undalya 1868 Application 9012

MOUNTFORD, Thomas farmer Undalya Hundred of Redhill land grant 1876 Grant Book 14 Page 363 County Daly

No 2 – perhaps a continuation of No 1

MOUNTFORD, Thomas the Elder farmer Hallett. Hundred of Hallett land grant 1910 Grant Book 8 Page 100 County Burra

MOUNTNEY, George farmer Yorke Peninsula. Hundred of Melville land grant 1873 Grant Book 19 Page 64 County Fergusson

No 1

MOUNTNEY, John labourer Thebarton 1851[-1860] Memorial 127/35

MOUNTNEY, John general dealer Thebarton 1856[-1867] Memorial 142/112, Application 1500

MOUNTNEY, John hawker Thebarton 1868 Memorial 237/228

MOUNTNEY, John formerly labourer 1851 but now crockery dealer Thebarton 1876 Application 15343

MOUNTNEY, John hawker Thebarton 1880 Application 18034

No 1

MOUNTSTEPHEN, Charles teamster Auburn 1855[-1858] Memorial 273/88

MOUNTSTEPHEN, Charles formerly teamster Auburn 1855 but now farmer Long Gully near Auburn 1865 Application 6514

MOUNTSTEPHEN, Thomas farmer Section 331 Torrens River 1853 Memorial 134/70

MOUNTSTEPHENS, John farmer Mannanarie. Hundred of Morgan land grant 1882[-1884] Grant Book 13 Page 417 County Dalhousie

MOURA, James storekeeper Adelaide (Gawler Place) 1847 Memorial 106/9

MOUSELL, Frederick William medical practitioner formerly of Crystal Brook but now of Adelaide 1895 Memorial 198/424

No 1

MOWAT, Mary widow Aberdeen 1883 Memorial 142/352

No 2

MOWAT, Mary widow Kapunda took on a 5-year lease of the Prince of Wales Hotel Victoria township Kupunda at £3 a week 1893 Memorial 23/418

MOWAT, George draper Adelaide (Rundle St) in partnership under the style or firm of Birks & Co 1884 Memorial 42/358

No 1

MOWAT, William Cormack accountant Adelaide 1884[-1889] Memorial 161/360

MOWAT, William Cormack accountant Adelaide Co Adelaide. Penola North (later Penola Hundred of Penola) township allotment land grant 1890 Grant Book 31 Page 142 County Grey

No 1

MOWATT, Alexander engineer Pt Adelaide 1854 Memorial 186/69

MOWATT, Alexander engineer formerly of Pt Adelaide but now in parts beyond the seas 1872 Memorial 182/258

MOXHAM, Mavis married woman Redcliffs Station near Burra 1942 Memorial 141/516

MOY, Bartholomew mason Saddleworth Co Light. Hundred of Mannanarie land grant 1880 Grant Book 13 Page 81 County Dalhousie

MOY, Bartholomew Joseph agent Mannanarie Road, Jamestown, died 6/8/1937, of coronary thrombosis, aged 54. Born Yatina. Married aged 26. 1 son and 1 daughter living Memorial 167a/516

No 1 - likely to be the same person; the Elder

MOYE, Michael farmer O'Halloran Hill 1858 Memorial 133/148

MOYE, Michael farmer [formerly of O'Halloran Hill but now of the] Hundred of Gilbert 1860 Memorial 114/163

MOYE, Michael farmer Riverton 1860[-1865] Memorial 110/219

MOYE, Michael farmer Riverton Co Light. Hundred of Yangya land grant 1874[-1876] Grant Book 60 Page 87 County Victoria

MOYE, Michael the Elder of Gladstone Co Victoria. Hundred of Booleroo land grant 1884 Grant Book 24 Page 628 County Frome

No 2

MOY, Michael the Younger of Gladstone Co Victoria. Hundred of Booleroo land grant 1882 Grant Book 24 Page 625 County Frome

No 1

MOYERS, James Standish marine engineer Millswood linked with Jessie Adelaide Moyers married woman Millswood probably the wife of Edward C Moyers 1919 Memorial 81/478

MOYERS, James Standish marine engineer Millswood 1920 Application 26940

MOYERS, Jessie Adelaide married woman Queenstown 1909 Memorial 57/462

No 1

MOYES, Charles shipwright Pt Adelaide 1853 Memorial 10/61

MOYES, Charles [formerly shipwright Pt Adelaide but now] gardener New Town near Sydney NSW 1859 Memorial 188/151

No 1

MOYES, Robert shipwright Pt Adelaide 1852[-1853] Memorial 142/42

MOYES, Robert labourer Queenstown 1853 Memorial 415/57

MOYES, Robert carpenter Queenstown 1857 Memorial 242/130

MOYES, Robert shipwright Pt Adelaide 1858[-1862] Memorial 197/177

MOYES, Mrs [probably Mrs Robert Moyes nee Margaret JONES] storekeeper Portland Estate 1874 Application 13713

No 1 - likely to be the same person

MOYLAN, Michael Francis hotelkeeper Marrabel on the Dirty Light 1892 Memorial 39/412

MOYLAN, Michael Francis licensed victualler Black Rock near Kooringa. Dalton (later Black Rock Hundred of Black Rock Plain) township allotment land grant 1893 Grant Book 13 Page 448 County Dalhousie

MOYLAN, Michael Francis licensed victualler Kooringa Hotel Kooringa 1894 Memorial 228/420

MOYLE, Avis widow Kapunda 1916 Memorial 3/475

MOYLE, Cuthbert Tremaine farmer Yanyarrie, had died by 1904. Surviving executor – James Moyle farmer Yarcowie Grant Book 28 Page 36 County Granville

No 1

MOYLE, Edward of North Kapunda 1852 Memorial 323b/45

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

MOYLE, Edward blacksmith Kapunda 1854 Memorial 283/77

MOYLE, Edward of Kapunda 1860 Memorial 345/161

MOYLE, Frances widow Kooringa 1857[-1872] Linked with William Moyle farmer Mt Pleasant near Clare Memorial 141/118

No 1

MOYLE, Francis Vivian butcher Hamilton on the Light 1857 Memorial 204/116

MOYLE, Francis Vivian butcher linked with Thomas Moyle both of Hamilton on the Light 1859 Memorial 46/157

MOYLE, Francis Vivian licensed victualler Sir John Franklin Hotel Kapunda 1865[-1866]. 7-year lease of the hotel at £22/1/8 a month from William HINDS curator of intestate estates Adelaide Memorial 93/206

No 1

MOYLE, Henry and John butchers Kapunda 1864 Memorial 319/192

MOYLE, Henry licensed victualler formerly of Kapunda but now of Kadina linked with John Moyle butcher Kapunda 1867 Memorial 160/224

No 1

MOYLE, Henry Vivian licensed victualler Kapunda 1871[-1877] Memorial 180/253

MOYLE, Henry Vivian licensed victualler Kapunda 1878 Grant Book 18 Page 7 County Eyre

MOYLE, Henry Vivian land and commission agent Adelaide linked with Stephen Thomas Moyle farmer Laen North Vic 1884 Memorial 212/356

MOYLE, HV of Glenelg linked with Martha Moyle of Glenelg 1888 Memorial 230/390

MOYLE, HV hotelbroker Adelaide 1903 Memorial 39/448

MOYLE, Henry Vivian gentleman Glenelg linked with Elizabeth Moyle widow Orange Grove near Magill 1980 (probably relict of the late Thomas Moyle gentleman Orange Grove near Magill, who died 24/1/1888) Memorial 176/459

No 1

MOYLE, James and Walter teamsters Kooringa 1859[-1873] Memorial 342/151

MOYLE, James and Walter Moyle Sevenhill near Clare 1864, sons of the late John Hill Moyle formerly of the vicinity of the Burra Mine. Walter Moyle could not write Application 5780

No 1

MOYLE, John carpenter Adelaide 1838[-1844] Memorial 243/17

MOYLE, John carpenter Adelaide 1840 Application 22367

MOYLE, John builder Adelaide 1850 Memorial 158/23

No 1

MOYLE, John Hill miner in the vicinity of the Burra Mine May 1853 Memorial 452/51

MOYLE, John Hill miner [formerly of the vicinity of the Burra Mine but then of] Adelaide, died 9/8/1853, of liver complaint, aged 53. Informant Thomas HILL carpenter Pirie St, Adelaide. Moyle’s sons, Walter and James (of Sevenhill near Clare 1864), to get an allotment on North Kensington Road in Kensington. His wife, Frances Moyle, to get the rest of the estate in trust for life, then to go to all the children in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant. William JOHNS the Younger carpenter Adelaide, Josiah SECOMBE and Thomas HILL saw the will drawn up 30/6/1853, and they witnessed it. Application 5780

MOYLE, Frances widow Grey St, Adelaide - mother of Emily FEAST wife of Walter Feast wheelwright Adelaide 1875 Memorial 185/293

No 1

MOYLE, John Perry shoemaker Kapunda 1856[-1874] Memorial 117/104 Bible Christian member 1860 Enrolment 33/42

MOYLE, John Perry shoemaker Kapunda 1875 Application 14751

MOYLE, John Perry shoemaker Kapunda. Kapunda Wesleyan Chapel member 1876 Application 14752

MOYLE, John Perry bootmaker Kapunda died. He left his real estate to his widow, Elizabeth Moyle in trust for life, then to his daughters, Elizabeth Jane OATS wife of William Oats bootmaker Kapunda, and Mary Connor wife of Edward Williams butcher Kapunda equally absolutely in remainder expectant. Both William Oats (Father: Richard Oates) 23 and Edward Williams (Father: Thomas Williams) 22 were miners when they married on 19/11/1857 and 24/10/1861 the Moyle home respectively Application 20160

MOYLE, John Perry of Kapunda, died 1880. He bequeathed his entire estate in trust to his wife, Elizabeth Moyle, during her widowhood; then absolutely in remainder expectant in equal shares to their daughters, Elizabeth Jane and Mary Connor. £100 to the testator's grandson, William John. Executors; William OATS bootmaker Kapunda and Edward WILLIAMS storekeeper Moonta Memorial 245/323

MOYLE, Elizabeth widow Kapunda 1886 Application 21119

MOYLE, James farmer Jamestown Co Victoria. Hundred of Tarcowie land grant 1880[-1884] Grant Book 13 Page 48 County Dalhousie

MOYLE, John Richards farmer Hundred of Yanyarrie Co Granville 1907 Memorial 248/456

MOYLE, Max Arnold painter Pt Elliot 1946 Application 28474

MOYLE, Paul Granville gentleman Adelaide 1848 Memorial 110/13

MOYLE, Peter miner Adelaide 1854[-1855] Memorial 472/66

No 1

MOYLE, Richard ironmonger Adelaide (Hindley St) 1849 Memorial 407/18

MOYLE, Richard [formerly ironmonger but now] auctioneer Adelaide (Hindley St) 1851 Memorial 279/28

MOYLE, Richard auctioneer Adelaide (Hindley St) became a bankrupt 1851 Memorial 443/29

No 1 – perhaps the same person

MOYLE, Samuel farmer Mongolata. Hundred of Mongolata land grant 1882 Grant Book 9 Page 118 County Burra

MOYLE, Samuel gardener Burnside 1894 Memorial 155/421

MOYLE, Stephen miner Adelaide 1851 Memorial 433/28

No 1

MOYLE, Stephen Thomas farmer Laen North Vic 1884. Probably a son of Stephen Moyle miner Kensington, who had died 1883 Application 20120

MOYLE, Stephen Thomas farmer Laen North Vic, power of attorney to Henry Vivian MOYLE land agent Adelaide, to sell his SA real estate and finalise his business affairs 7/2/1884 Deposit 74/1884

No 1

MOYLE, Thomas licensed victualler Victoria township near Kapunda 1856 Memorial 77/102

MOYLE, Thomas hotelkeeper Hamilton on the Light 1857[-1860] Memorial 138/132, Application 1729

MOYLE, Thomas licensed victualler Hamilton Hotel Light River Hundred of Waterloo land grant 1857 Grant Book 44 Page 363 County Light

MOYLE, Thomas licensed victualler Hamilton on the Light Hundred of Waterloo land grant 1858 Grant Book 44 Page 362 County Light

MOYLE, Thomas licensed victualler Kanyaka 1867 Memorial 140/236

MOYLE, Thomas no description took out a 14-year lease of the Aboriginal Reserves, Sections 1178 and 1185 Hundred of Waterloo, 160 acres at £40/10/- a year 1884 Memorial 215/356

MOYLE, Thomas gentleman Orange Grove near Adelaide farmer 1871 Memorial 192/255

MOYLE, Thomas licensed victualler Auburn 1872 Memorial 47/273

MOYLE, Thomas formerly gentleman Orange Grove near Adelaide but now licensed victualler Auburn 1872 Application 11854

MOYLE, Thomas gentleman Orange Grove near Magill 1874 Memorial 20/278

MOYLE, Thomas out of business Magill Hundred of Davenport land grant 1879 Grant Book 24 Page 655 County Frome

MOYLE, Thomas formerly licensed victualler Victoria township near Kapunda but now gentleman Magill linked with HV Moyle of Brighton 1882 Memorial 236/345

MOYLE, Thomas gentleman Orange Grove near Magill 1882 Application 19128

MOYLE, Thomas gentleman Orange Grove near Magill and Elizabeth Moyle his wife. Brother to Henry Vivian Moyle gentleman Brighton 1884 Memorial 9/400

MOYLE, Elizabeth widow Orange Grove near Magill, Henry Vivian Moyle gentleman formerly of Brighton but now of Glenelg, and Joseph DOWNING gentleman Brighton, beneficiaries under the will of Thomas Moyle 1889 Application 21753

No 1

MOYLE, Walter clerk to A ATKINSON solicitor Adelaide 1851 Memorial 114/36

No 2

MOYLE, Walter farmer Jamestown. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1873[-1875] Grant Book 60 Page 109 County Victoria

MOYLE, Walter farmer Belalie. Trustee Wesleyan Methodist Chapel Jamestown Jamestown (Hundred of Belalie) township allotment land grant 1872[-1873] Grant Book 60 Page 133 County Victoria

MOYLE, Walter farmer Clare Co Stanley. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 120 County Victoria

No 1

MOYLE, William miner Kooringa 1848. Wesleyan Methodist trustee Memorial 151/13

MOYLE, William miner formerly of Burra Burra but now of the Hundred of Clare 1857 Memorial 134/125

MOYLE, William farmer Mt Pleasant near Clare 1857 Memorial 334/116

MOYLE, William farmer Clare 1857 Memorial 57/129

MOYLE, William farmer Mt Pisgala Clare and Sarah Moyle his wife 1858 Memorial 216/234

MOYLE, Sarah widow Clare 1868 Memorial 10/235

MOYSES, David farmer Wookongarie Hundred of Terowie land grant 1881[-1883] Grant Book 40 Page 16 County Kimberley

No 1

MOYSE, David William farmer Nantawarra Hundred of Goyder Co Stanley 1884 Memorial 38/361

MOYSE, David William farmer Nantawarra Hundred of Goyder land grant 1887 Grant Book 56 Page 417 County Stanley

No 1

MOYSE, William mail driver Nairne Hundred of Dublin land grant 1883 Grant Book 26 Page 350 County Gawler

MOYSE, William farmer Wild Horse Plains Hundred of Dublin land grant 1898 Grant Book 26 Page 353 County Gawler

No 1 - probably the Elder

MOYSES, John miner Kooringa 1851 Memorial 217/29

MOYSES, John [formerly miner Kooringa but now] farmer Skillogolee Creek 1853 Memorial 223/55

MOYSES, John farmer Treview near Clare 1854 Memorial 336/75

MOYSES, John farmer Clare 1860 Memorial 203/170

No 2 - probably the Younger

MOYSES, John farmer Penwortham 1856 Memorial 356/97

MOYSES, John the Younger carrier Penwortham Co Stanley. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1877 Grant Book 60 Page 124 County Victoria

MOYSES, John the Younger carrier Penwortham Co Stanley. Hundred of Mannanarie land grant 1877[-1880] Grant Book 13 Page 71 County Dalhousie

No 3 - the Elder and the Younger

MOYSES, John the Elder and the Younger farmers Penwortham 1863 Memorial 117/191

No 4

MOYSES, John farmer O'Laddie 1893 Memorial 123/418

No 1

MOYSES, John Henry Paul of Cradock [not clear whether the Elder or the Younger] 1885 Memorial 11/371

MOYSES, John Henry Paul farmer formerly of Cradock but now of Uroonda 1891 Application 22149

No 1

MOYSES, John Mark farmer Rosedale near Clare, died c1877. Estate worth £500 Memorial 185/410

MOYSES, John Mark farmer Rosedale Skillogolee Creek near Penwortham died 18//11/18761. Thomas Moyses gentleman Clare was his brother Application 22149

MOYSES, Ann Polly widow of the late John Moyses farmer near Penwortham, died 27/11/1888, of bronchitis and senile decay, aged 86. Legatees included Phillippa RUNDLE widow Clare, Mary TRESTRAIL wife of William Trestrail mason Clare, Emma ROBERTS wife of Thomas Roberts farmer Kookyine near Clare Application 22149

No 1

MOYSES, Thomas miner Kooringa 1848. Wesleyan Methodist trustee Memorial 151/13 Yeoman Watervale 1853 Yeoman Clare 1853 Enrolment 97/21 Farmer Clare 1857 Memorial 57/129

MOYSES, Thomas yeoman Clare 1853 Memorial 203/48

MOYSES, Thomas farmer Treview near Clare 1854[-1868] Memorial 76/74

MOYSES, Thomas farmer Clare 1872[-1891] Memorial 49/262

MOYSES, Thomas farmer near Clare 1862 Application 2864

No 1

MOYSES, William teacher Hundred of Clare 1860 Memorial 208/170

No 2

MOYSES, William grazier Yalpara 1892 Memorial 170/415

MOYSES, William of Nantawarra 1893 Memorial 54/418

MOZERT, Joseph Thomson tinman Angaston 1857 Memorial 19/125

MROSEK, Edmund Joseph master butcher 119 Walkerville Tce, Walkerville 1961, declared that he had been born on 29/11/1895 and had lived in Walkerville for over 60 years Application 29418

No 1

MROSEK, Philipp butcher Walkerville 1904 Memorial 54/452

MROSEK, Philipp butcher Walkerville 1905 Application 24993

MUCK, George gardener Kooringa 1883[-1884] Memorial 226/356

MUCKEY, Robert Esquire Adelaide 1853 Memorial 168/53

MUCKLOW, Susannah Amelia spinster Kapunda 1874 Application 13373

No 1

MUCKLOW, William of Hamilton on the Light 1859 Memorial 349/159

MUCKLOW, William married Sarah BUSBY spinster in 1839 St Martin’s church Birmingham, Co Warwick, England. Family - daughter who is still alive, a second child a son died of small pox aged 16 months and 3 weeks; third child a son called Henry William MUCKLOW now farmer Kapunda, who was born 16/2/1842 Moseley near Birmingham. William Mucklow died 2/4/1869 Fox Creek near Hamilton intestate. HW Mucklow inherited as heir at law Application 10716

No 1

MUDGE, Albert Richard gardener McLaren Vale linked with Ann Mudge married woman McLaren Vale 1923[-1947] Memorial 170/487

MUDGE, Albert Richard gardener McLaren Vale 1930 Application 27826

MUDGE, Albert Richard gardener McLaren Vale 1950. He was the son of Ann Mudge of McLaren Vale now deceased Application 28719

MUDGE, Albert Richard labourer McLaren Vale 1950 Memorial 196/524

No 1

MUDGE, Alfred William farmer Baroota 1892[-1898] Memorial 92/412

MUDGE, Alfred William farmer Baroota Hundred of Baroota land grant 1901 Grant Book 24 Page 700 County Frome

No 1

MUDGE, Burnet Patch agent Adelaide 1877 Memorial 5/300

MUDGE, Burnet P agent Adelaide (Waymouth St) 1878[-1880] Memorial 24/310

MUDGE, Burnett Patch minister of the gospel Adelaide linked with Samuel Mudge of Adelaide 1879 Memorial 206/316

MUDGE, Burnet Patch Minister of the Gospel Adelaide 1880 Application 17813.

MUDGE, Burnet Patch Minister of the Gospel West Adelaide 1883 Application 19984A

MUDGE, Burnett Patch gentleman Adelaide 1895 Application 22884

MUDGE, Burnet Patch formerly of Adelaide late Minister of the Gospel Chapel St, Thebarton, died 30/6/1906. He married his second wife Camella Mudge on 24/4/1885. He had owned land in Thebarton since 1878. Daughter Sarah Susannah CRANEY wife of James Craney builder Hawthorn (She had married again by the time the will was proved - to a Mr REINCKE of Booleroo Centre. A stepdaughter called Alma MUDGE. Other children not named Application 26639

MUDGE, Camella widow Chapel St, Thebarton 1907 Memorial 177/457

No 1

MUDGE, George Montgomery butcher Bowden 1905[-1914] Memorial 111/454

MUDGE, George Montgomery butcher Brompton Park 1908 Memorial 175/458

MUDGE, George Montgomery butcher Bowden 1913 Application 26265

MUDGE, George Richard linked with Sections 82, 83 Hundred of Hardy Co Kimberley 1885 Memorial 43/369

MUDGE, Henry Thomas farmer Anama Hundred of Terowie land grant 1877[-1879] Grant Book 40 Page 4 County Kimberley

MUDGE, HM telegram messenger McLaren Vale 1926 Memorial 8/496

MUDGE, James labourer Cournamont 1888[-1897] Memorial 44/393

No 1

MUDGE, John farmer Willunga 1852 Memorial 277/41

MUDGE, John farmer Noarlunga 1852[-1868] Memorial 41/85

MUDGE, John farmer Castle Hill Farm Noarlunga 1866 Memorial 83/211

MUDGE, John farmer Castle Hill, Morphett Vale 1854 Memorial 297/79

No 2

MUDGE, John labourer Brompton 1853[-1854] Memorial 314/46

MUDGE, John labourer Bowden 1853[-1860] Memorial 291/57

MUDGE, John yeoman Bowden 1854[-1859] Memorial 86/70

MUDGE, John brickmaker Bowden 1856 Memorial 301/97

MUDGE, John labourer Bowden and Elizabeth Mudge his wife 1862 Application 3220

No 3

MUDGE, John licensed victualler Flinders. Flinders (later Streaky Bay Hundred of Ripon) township allotment land grant 1866 Grant Book 66 Page 183 County Robinson

MUDGE, John St Jago farmer Alford trustee church prob at Alford 1888 Grant Book 14 Page 214 County Daly

No 1

MUDGE, Jonathan farmer Reeves Plains Hundred of Pt Gawler land grant 1862 Grant Book 27 Page 343 County Gawler

MUDGE, Jonathan farmer Virginia Hundred of Pt Gawler land grant 1864 Grant Book 27 Page 396 County Gawler

MUDGE, Linda Ethel spinster McLaren Vale, died 18/1/1949 Adelaide Memorial 8/524

No 1

MUDGE, Samuel farmer Gawler Plains 1854 Memorial 104/68

MUDGE, Samuel farmer Gawler River Hundred of Pt Gawler land grant 1859[-1864] Grant Book 27 Page 341 County Gawler

MUDGE, Samuel farmer Gawler River, power of attorney to George Witherage COTTON land agent Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 8/3/1875 Deposit 56/1875

No 2

MUDGE, Samuel farmer North Road 1855 Memorial 140/91

No 3

MUDGE, Samuel gardener Marden 1887 Memorial 208/387

No 4

MUDGE, Samuel bonecrusher Islington 1899 Memorial 34/438

MUDGE, Thelma married woman 25 Lascelles Ave, Brighton 1962 Application 29495

MUDGE, Thomas licensed victualler Streaky Bay Co Robinson. Kimba (Hundred of Coombe) township allotment land grant 1915 Grant Book 9a Page 2 County Buxton

MUDIE, Alexander cabinetmaker Edwardstown. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1907 Grant Book 2 Page 16 County Adelaide

No 1

MUDGE, William farmer Willunga 1853[-1856] Memorial 346/52

MUDGE, William formerly storekeeper Willunga then farmer Milang, declared bankrupt in 1858 Memorial 129/148

No 2

MUDGE, WIlliam farmer Lacepede Bay 1860 Memorial 225/168

MUDGE, William Henry farmer Baroota, had died by 1903 intestate. Letters to Ann Eliza Mudge widow Baroota to settle the estate Grant Book 24 Page 703 County Frome

No 1

MUDIE, Charles Mayelston surgeon Stockport 1868 Memorial 233/244

MUDIE, Charles Mayelston JP surveyor Pt Pirie 1875 Memorial 121/282

No 1

MUDIE, George Dempster Congregational minister Dry Creek and Catherine Mudie his wife 1865. Linked with Sophia CALTON spinster The Portland Estate Application 6673

No 2

MUDIE, George Dempster town clerk of Hindmarsh since 1926 Application 27498

MUDIE, George Dempster town clerk Torrens Park, Town Clerk of the Corporation of Hindmarsh 1932 Application 27871

No 1 - likely to be the same person

MUDIE, HM acting manager of the Savings Bank of SA Adelaide branch 1914 Memorial 146/471

MUDIE, Henry Mayelston accountant Hawthorn 1917 Memorial 67/476

MUDIE, William Ainslie agent Adelaide, and Emily Ann Mudie his wife 1883 Memorial 212/347

MUDIE, William Henry gentleman Glen Osmond 1864 Memorial 199/213

MUDY, William farmer Auburn 1855 Memorial 9/94

MUECKE/MUCKE/MÜCKE, Anna Clara Helena later Mrs SCHRADER, born 2/11/1840. Daughter of Dr Carl Muecke of Tanunda, who administered his son-in-law’s estate after his death. Application 2529

No 1

MUECKE/MUCKE/MÜCKE, Carl Wilhelm Doctor and Professor of Philosophy Emilienthal near Gawler 1849. Land grant Section 3030 Hundred of Barossa Memorial 437/19

MUECKE/MUCKE/MÜCKE, Carl Wilhelm Lutheran Pastor formerly of Emilienthal but now of Tanunda 1854 Memorial 323/65

MUECKE/MUCKE/MÜCKE, Carl Wilhelm Ludwig formerly Minister of the Gospel Tanunda 1862 but now gentleman The Semaphore 1877 Application 16250

MUECKE/MUCKE/MÜCKE, Edwin Charles gentleman Adelaide 1892 Application 22430

No 1

MUECKE/MUCKE/MÜCKE, Hugo Carl Emil agent Yatala township 1867 Memorial 125/218

MUECKE/MUCKE/MÜCKE, Hugo Carl Emil merchant Pt Adelaide1865 Memorial 92/202

MUECKE/MUCKE/MÜCKE, HCE and James H CUNNINGHAM liquidators of the Mercantile Guarantee and Agency Co of SA 1892 Memorial 110/412

MUECKE/MUCKE/MÜCKE, HCE director the Lion Brewing and Malting Co Ltd of Jerningham St, North Adelaide 1915 Memorial 198/472

MUECKE/MUCKE/MÜCKE, James Sunter customs and shipping agent Burlington St, Walkerville linked with Roy Le Page Muecke medical practitioner Burlington St, Walkerville 1934 Memorial 197/507

No 1

MUEGGE/MÜGGE, Eduard miner Redruth 1857 Memorial 20/132

MUEGGE/MÜGGE, Eduard farmer Redruth 1857 Memorial 259/120

MUEGGE/MÜGGE, Eduard baker Redruth 1861 Memorial 305/174

MUEGGE/MUGGE/MÜGGE, Eduard died 1/1/1897. His widow, Henriette Friedericke Auguste Mügge, died 31/3/1902. Executor; Carl Wilhelm Eduard Mügge baker Adelaide Memorial 172/446

MUEGGE/MUGGE/MÜGGE, Heinrich Friedrich Wilhelm farmer Rosenthal 1907 Memorial 31/457

No 1

MUEGGE/MUGGE/MÜGGE, Hermann Heinrich farmer Barossa 1854 Memorial 4/62

MUEGGE/MUGGE/MÜGGE, Hermann Heinrich farmer Concordia 1858 Application 111

MUEGGE/MUGGE/MÜGGE, Hermann Heinrich farmer Concordia 1871 Memorial 155/257

MUEGGE/MUGGE/MÜGGE, Hermann Heinrich farmer Concordia, died c1871. His wife, Maria Mügge, to have the income from his estate in trust for life. If his wife remarried, the trustees to apportion the income as they thought best, to his children, for their own use, until the youngest child turned 21. Then the estate to be shared equally absolutely in remainder expectant amongst the children. Trustees: Gerd Christian Friedrich CORDES farmer Concordia, and Wilhelm MATTISKE farmer Kingsford Enrolment 73/50

MUEGGE/MUGGE/MÜGGE, Maria widow Concordia 1878 Memorial 95/308

MUEGGE/MUGGE/MÜGGE, Wilhelm saddler Adelaide 1854 Memorial 182/70

MUEHLBERG/MUHLBERG/MÜHLBERG, Carl Julius shoemaker Lobethal 1902 Memorial 49/445

No 1

MUELLNER/MULLNER/MÜLLNER, Rudolph storekeeper Eden Valley became a bankrupt 1867 Memorial 125/225

MUELLNER/MULLNER/MÜLLNER, Rudolph auctioneer Riverton Edithburgh township allotment land grant 1875 Grant Book 19 Page 490 County Fergusson

MUENDELEIN/MUNDELEIN/MÜNDELEIN, Carl bank accountant Pall Mall, Bendigo Vic 1899 Memorial 207/438

No 1

MUENDELEIN/MUNDELEIN/MÜNDELEIN, Theodor carpenter Willunga 1851 Section 1451 Hundred of Kapunda land grant Memorial 149/38

MUENDELEIN/MUNDELEIN/MÜNDELEIN, Theodor carpenter Havelock St, Sandhurst Vic, died 28/3/1891. His widow, Eliza Mündelein, died 19/3/1892 Sandhurst intestate. Letters of administration to their only child, a son, Liborius Mündelein, to settle his mother's estate Memorials 228 & 229/436 & RPA Search 1262

MUES, Heinrich August Wilhelm farmer Mt Charles 1863 Memorial 50/188

No 1 – perhaps the same person

MUGG, George storekeeper Mitcham 1861 Memorial 192/179

MUGG, George storekeeper Hamilton on the Light 1863[-1869] Memorial 322/192, Application 4495

MUGG, George farmer Narridy. Hundred of Narridy land grant 1877[-1878] Grant Book 60 Page 256 County Victoria

MUGG, George storekeeper Georgetown. Hundred of Narridy land grant 1882 Grant Book 60 Page 260 County Victoria

MUGG, George of Georgetown 1881 Memorial 244/331

MUGG, George gentleman Kent Town Co Adelaide. Dawlish (Hundred of Erskine) township allotment land grant 1882 Grant Book 13 Page 457 County Dalhousie

MUGG, George produce exporter Norwood Co Adelaide. Brownlow (Hundred of Menzies) township allotment land grant 1883 Grant Book 11 Page 45 County Carnarvon

MUGG, George and Martin BURGESS of Adelaide trading under the style or firm of George Mugg & Co 1884 Memorial 216/357

No 2 – perhaps the same person

MUGG, George clerk to GRUNDY & PELLY solicitors Adelaide (96 King William St) 1885 Memorial 196/365

MUGG, George clerk to Messrs GRUNDY & PELLY solicitors Adelaide 1887 Memorial 18/383

MUGG, George clerk Adelaide 1887 Memorial 38/387

No 1

MUGG, John of Laura 1881 Memorial 108/330

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

MUGG, John draper Yarcowie, died 29/12/1881 intestate. Husband of Maria Mugg who by 1924 had remarried to a Mr EVANS of Jamestown Memorial 119/491

MUGG, John draper Yarcowie, died 29/12/1881 intestate. Estate worth £60. Letters of administration to his widow Maria EVANS widow Jamestown formerly Maria Mugg 1924 Application 27265

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

MUGG, Thomas carpenter Brownhill Creek 1851 Memorial 497/37

MUGG, Thomas yeoman Mitcham 1854[-1860] Memorial 378/71

MUGG, Thomas teacher Mitcham 1861 Application 2502

MUGG, Thomas the Younger carpenter Adelaide 1855 Memorial 349/93

MUGG, Thomas the Younger carpenter formerly of Adelaide 1855 but now of Norwood 1863 Application 4090

No 1

MUGG, William bootmaker Kapunda 1870[-1882] Memorial 89/245

MUGG, William bootmaker Kapunda 1887 Application 21311

MUGRIDGE, Ann (sister to Richard SMITH labourer Hindmarsh, who left SA for Vic in 1856) Her daughter Jane Smith PRIDEAUX [probably a widow? and perhaps connected with her parents' neighbour, Thomas Prideaux] married Frederick George Reeves in 1870. Jane Smith Reeves died 26/7/1889 intestate. By 1891, FG Reeves nurseryman Hindmarsh had remarried. His new wife called Edith Maria Reeves. Bertha Reeves the only daughter [and probably the only child] of FG Reeves by his first marriage, had married Jonathan RICHARDSON labourer Hindmarsh. Austin Reeves coal merchant Brompton a member of this family somehow 1891 Memorial 26/414

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

MUGRIDGE, George brickmaker Adelaide 1851 Memorial 328/31

MUGRIDGE, George brickmaker Hindmarsh Hundred of Gilbert land grant 1857 Grant Book 44 Page 51 County Light

MUGRIDGE, George brickmaker Hindmarsh 1862 Application 3124

MUGRIDGE, George brickmaker Hindmarsh 1866 Memorial 108/210

MUGRIDGE, George brickmaker Hindmarsh 1865 Memorial 339/208

MUGRIDGE, George brickmaker Hindmarsh 1867 Memorial 148/218

MUGRIDGE, George the Elder and Younger brickmakers Hindmarsh 1885 Memorial 210/365

MUGRIDGE, George the Elder brickmaker Hindmarsh, died 10/5/1885. His widow, Ann Mugridge, died 17/11/1892 Carrondown, of probable heart disease, aged 82. Father of George Mugridge the Younger brickmaker Hindmarsh 1909 Application 25612

MUGRIDGE, George brickmaker Orsmond St, Hindmarsh, died 19/7/1937. Husband of Elizabeth Jane Mugridge Memorial 55/511

MUGRIDGE, Elizabeth Jane widow 85 Osmond St, Hindmarsh, died 25/5/1947 Memorial 13/522

MUGRIDGE, Norma Maud spinster 35 Orsmond St, Hindmarsh 1948 Application 28632

MUIR, Archibald plaisterer Adelaide 1849 Memorial 454/15

No 1

MUIR, James mason Clarendon 1871 Application 11777

MUIR, James of Unley Park and Sarah Elizabeth Muir his wife. Booyoolie (later part of Gladstone Hundred of Booyoolie) township allotment land grant 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 317 County Victoria

No 1

MUIR, John Wallace gentleman Pt Lincoln 1918 Memorial 58/477

MUIR, John Wallace gentleman formerly of Pt Lincoln but now of Kalgoorlie WA 1925 Application 27421

No 1

MUIR, Matthew Bailey publican Adelaide 1850 Memorial 270/24 Publican Minarto Husband of Amelia Muir nee Amelia ALLEN 1851[-1858] Memorial 226/30

MUIR, Matthew Bailey publican Mintaro, about to leave the province, power of attorney to Henry GILBERT solicitor Adelaide, to manage his various mortgage estates 12/5/1858 Deposit 47/1861

MUIR, Matthew Bailey publican formerly of Mintaro but now in parts beyond the seas 1858 Memorial 126/139

MUIR, Stephen warehouseman Adelaide 1853 Memorial 6/54

No 1

MUIR, Wiliam merchant Penola 1852 Memorial 80/42

No 2

MUIR, Wiliam shoemaker Adelaide 1857 Memorial 112/120

MUIR, Wiliam shoemaker Gumeracha 1864[-1866] Memorial 292/197

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

MUIR, William lighterman Exeter 1892 Memorial 45/412

MUIR, William harbour pilot Pt Adelaide and Jemima Muir his wife 1905. Linked with William Muir lighterman Harris St, Exeter Application 25077

MUIRHEAD, Anne Gordon widow Kensington 1847[-1851] Memorial 122/10

No 1

MUIRHEAD, CM clerk to WF STOCK of Adelaide linked with Henry Muirhead watchmaker and jeweller Adelaide 1873 Memorial 10/267

MUIRHEAD, Charles Mortimer clerk to WF STOCK solicitor Adelaide 1875[-1877] Memorial 8/285

MUIRHEAD, Charles M articled clerk Adelaide 1877 Memorial 159/304

MUIRHEAD, Charles solicitor 1883 Application 19834

MUIRHEAD, Charles M solicitor Adelaide 1881[-1895] Memorial 137/331

MUIRHEAD, CM & JB solicitors Adelaide (Pirie Chambers, Pirie St) 1894 Application 22745

MUIRHEAD, Charles Mortimer and JB solicitors Adelaide (Pirie St) 1888 Memorial 7/397

MUIRHEAD, Charles Mortimer Esquire Adelaide 1897 Memorial 51/432

MUIRHEAD, Charles Mortimer barrister Adelaide 1905 Memorial 227/457

MUIRHEAD, Charles Mortimer solicitor Adelaide (Pirie St) 1907 Application 25350

No 1

MUIRHEAD, Henry goldsmith Adelaide 1852[-1854] Memorial 367/46 Watchmaker and goldsmith Adelaide (Hindley St) 1854 Hundred of Clare land grant Memorial 112/66

MUIRHEAD, Henry watchmaker and jeweller Adelaide 1856 Memorial 176/97

MUIRHEAD, Henry gentleman Glenelg Hundred of Gilbert land grant 1858 Grant Book 44 Page 48 County Light

MUIRHEAD, Henry jeweller Adelaide 1863[-1873] Memorials 46/192 & 212/246

MUIRHEAD, Henry watchmaker and jeweller Adelaide, about to leave the province and live in parts beyond the sea, power of attorney to Thomas CORNISH watchmaker Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 13/4/1864 Deposit 119/1866

MUIRHEAD, Henry watchmaker and jeweller formerly of Adelaide but now of Kenilworth Square, Rathgar near Dublin, Ireland 1864 Memorial 47/212

MUIRHEAD, Henry gentleman Adelaide 1867 Application 8397

MUIRHEAD, Henry formerly goldsmith 1854 but now jeweller Adelaide 1876 Application 15424

MUIRHEAD, Henry jeweller Adelaide, died 23/2/1880. Jane MASON (formerly Jane Muirhead) wife of Charles Mason of Clovelly 52 Granby Gardens, Muswell Hill, London, Middlesex, England, had an interest in his will 1914 Memorial 133/470

MUIRHEAD, Henry M solicitor Adelaide 1909 Memorial 51/461

No 1

MUIRHEAD, James painter Elizabeth St, Norwood 1878[-1888] Memorial 65/307

MUIRHEAD, James painter 19 Chapel St, Norwood 1921 Application 26965

No 1

MUIRHEAD, JB articled clerk to Charles Mortimer Muirhead solicitor Adelaide. 1880 Memorial 141/325

MUIRHEAD, John Bredisholm solicitor Adelaide (Pirie Chambers, Pirie St) 1893 Memorial 12/418

MUIRHEAD, John Bredisholm solicitor Adelaide 1898 Memorial 123/435

No 1

MUIRHEAD, Samuel Louis gentleman Adelaide 1851[-1853] Memorial 317/37 Linked with Henry Muirhead goldsmith Adelaide 1852 Memorial 172/46

MUIRHEAD, Samuel Louis cornfactor Adelaide 1854[-1856] Memorial 336/77

MUIRHEAD, Samuel Louis corn merchant Adelaide 1854 Memorial 490/78

MUIRHEAD, Samuel Louis corn factor Adelaide 1856 Application 21849

No 1

MULCAHY, John storekeeper Mt Gambier 1877 Memorial 172/301

MULCAHY, John hotelkeeper Mt Gambier 1892 Memorial 66/412

MULCAHY, John hotelkeeper Lord Exmouth Hotel Exeter 1911 Memorial 101/464

MULCAHY, John and Mary Josephine Mulcahy his wife both licensed victuallers Lord Exmouth Hotel Waterville Le Fevre Peninsula deceased. Their family as of 1920 - John Alphonsus Mulcahy stock clerk Adelaide (and Violet Jane Mulcahy his wife); William Charles Leo Mulcahy hotelkeeper Adelaide; Alice Josephine Mulcahy spinster Exeter; James Mary Patrick Mulcahy hotel proprietor Exeter; and Mary Anastasia BRANFORD wife of Fred Branford produce merchant Woolnough Rd, Exeter Memorial 76/480

MULCAHY, Mary Josephine licensed victualler Exeter 1918 Memorial 51/477

MULCAHY, Mary Josephine widow Glanville, died 23/5/1919 intestate. Mother of John Alphonsus Mulcahy stock clerk Adelaide Memorial 153/479

MULCONDRAY, Thomas farmer Parnaroo 1886 Memorial 103/375

MULDOON, Edward Henry labourer Mannum. Pt Mannum (Hundred of Finniss) township allotment land grant 1910 Grant Book 58 Page 386 County Sturt

MULDOON, John Joseph baker Mt Barker 1881 Application 18773

MULDOON, Michael copper miner Blinman. Blinman North (Hundred of Carr) township allotment land grant 1868 Grant Book 66 Page 164a County Taunton

MULDOON, Owen labourer Adelaide (Union St) 1870 Memorial 228/249

No 1

MULES, John Hawkes sheep farmer Murray River about to marry Catherine WARWICK spinster Halowilena Station 1875, daughter of the late William Warwick formerly stockholder Halowilena Station then deceased, who died 21/9/ 1864. Her brother, John Warwick stockholder Halowilena Station, had taken over his father's properties Memorial 211/282

MULES, John Hawkes of Wigley Flat Murray River 1876 Memorial 5/290

MULES, John Hawkes Esquire Mt Mary. He was in partnership with James WHITE Esquire Kapunda as a sheep farmer 1876 Memorial 231/293

MULES, John Hawkes Esquire formerly of Wigley Flat near the North-West Bend but now of Magill 1893 Memorial 165/417

MULES, John Hawkes William grazier Belvidere 1902 Memorial 227/445, Application 24425

MULGAT, James farmer Moorooroo 1847[-1851] Memorial 433/8

No 1

MULLANY, James labourer Adelaide 1838 Application 10659

MULLANY/MULLANEY, James Bank of SA messenger Adelaide 1849 Memorial 300/18

MULLANY/MULLANEY, James labourer Adelaide 1849[-1855] Memorial 37/94

MULLANY/MULLANEY, James labourer Adelaide (Grey St), died 1/9/1869. Husband of Mary Mullaney. Father of Patrick Mullaney (husband of Elizabeth Mullaney). Grandfather of Mary Frances Mullaney, Katherine Winifred Mullaney, Charles Martin Mullaney, and Elizabeth Ann Mullaney Memorials 133 & 134/489

No 1

MULLARD, George Henry innkeeper Gawler 1885 Memorial 185/363

MULLARD, George Henry innkeeper Adelaide 1890 Memorial 21/402

No 1

MULLARD, Thomas baker Adelaide 1838 Application 15364

MULLARD, Thomas baker Adelaide 1841[-1842] Memorial 262/11

MULLAY, William farmer Beautiful Valley 1877 Application 15865

No 1

MULLEN, John saddler Kapunda 1865[-1883] Memorial 235/200

MULLEN, John saddler Kapunda Terowie (Hundred of Terowie) township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 40 Page 97 County Kimberley

MULLEN, Robert formerly of Pt Augusta but now of Jeffcott St, North Adelaide and Mary Mullen his wife 1929 Application 27733

MULLEN, William yeoman Armagh 1861 Memorial 433/179

No 1

MUELLER/MULLER/MÜLLER, Adam farmer Balhannah 1855[-1856] Memorial 363/93

MUELLER/MULLER/MÜLLER, Adam baker Adelaide (Rundle St) 1856 Memorial 449/96

MUELLER/MULLER/MÜLLER, Johann Adam baker Adelaide 1860 Application 1475

MUELLER/MULLER/MÜLLER, Adam engineer Adelaide, power of attorney to Peter Theodor SCHUMACHER land agent Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 1/5/1860 Deposit 9/1861

MUELLER/MULLER/MÜLLER, Johann Adam storekeeper North Adelaide 1878 Memorial 117/309

MUELLER/MULLER/MÜLLER, Johann Adam storekeeper Riverton 1879 Memorial 8/316

MUELLER/MULLER/MÜLLER, Johann Adam storekeeper Riverton became a bankrupt in 1880 Memorial 247/324

MUELLER/MULLER/MÜLLER, A housekeeper Pt Augusta 1888 Memorial 57/395

MUELLER/MULLER/MÜLLER, Adolph Carl farmer Maitland Hundred of Kilkerran land grant 1883 Grant Book 19 Page 170 County Fergusson

No 1

MUELLER/MULLER/MÜLLER, Arthur Leopold Albert clerk Adelaide 1906 Memorial 93/456

MUELLER/MULLER/MÜLLER, ALA secretary to the Board of Advice of the SA Company 1923 Memorial 154/487

MUELLER/MULLER/MÜLLER, Arthur Leopold Albert of Adelaide, the SA Manager of the SA Company 1935 Application 27959

MUELLER/MULLER/MÜLLER, August farmer Section 5143 Hundred of Onkaparinga [possibly near Lobethal] 1852[-1868] Memorial 220/149

MUELLER/MULLER/MÜLLER, Carl farmer Angas Park 1851 Memorial 61/35

MUELLER/MULLER/MÜLLER, Carl Traugott Reinhold and Wilhelm Johann Friedrich farmers Florieton. Hundred of Schomburgk land grant 1911 Grant Book 9 Page 218 County Burra

MUELLER/MULLER/MÜLLER, Charles hotel proprietor Parilla trustee Parilla Institute 1912 Grant Book 12 Page 116 County Chandos

No 1

MUELLER/MULLER/MÜLLER, Charles Francis builder Payneham. Noarlunga (Hundred of Noarlunga) township allotment land grant 1914 Grant Book 1 Page 306 County Adelaide

MUELLER/MULLER/MÜLLER, Charles Francis contractor Toorak 1924 Application 27243

No 1 – Ernst Wilhelm Mueller

MUELLER/MULLER/MÜLLER, Ernst and Gottlieb farmers Nuriootpa 1864 Application 5058

MUELLER/MULLER/MÜLLER, Ernst Wilhelm farmer Willowie trustee unnamed Church Hundred of Willowie land grant 1882 Grant Book 24 Page 744 County Frome

MUELLER/MULLER/MÜLLER, Ernst Wilhelm farmer Crystal Brook Hundred of Willowie land grant 1891 Grant Book 24 Page 748 County Frome

MUELLER/MULLER/MÜLLER, Ernst Wilhelm farmer Willowie 1898 Memorial 187/433

MUELLER/MULLER/MÜLLER, Franz yeoman The Pound Road 1855 Memorial 165/106

MUELLER/MULLER/MÜLLER, Gottlieb farmer Willowie Hundred of Willowie land grant 1883 Grant Book 24 Page 745 County Frome

MUELLER/MULLER/MÜLLER, Anton Friedrich Adolph and Anton Friedrich SCHAER importers Adelaide (Currie St) trading under the style or firm of Schaer & Mueller 1889 Memorial 8/397

No 1

MUELLER/MULLER/MÜLLER, August of Hampton 1859 Memorial 220/149

MUELLER/MULLER/MÜLLER, Georg August Christian of Hampton near Burra 1877 Memorial 227/303

MUELLER/MULLER/MÜLLER, George August Christian miner Hampton 1879 Memorial 182/320

MUELLER/MULLER/MÜLLER, Georg August Christian miner Hampton, near Kooringa, died 15/3/1894. Father of Rudolph August Julius Müller storekeeper Spalding, Albert August Friedrich Müller, Mrs Julie FUSS, Mrs Mathilde EY, Wilhelm August Friedrich Müller and Adolph Carl Müller 1894 Memorial 2/421 & RPA Search 706

No 1

MUELLER, Carl gentleman Adelaide 1853 Memorial 337/56

MUELLER, Carl gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now of Section 542 Hundred of Belvidere 1857 Memorial 313/118

No 1

MUELLER/MULLER/MÜLLER, Carl farmer Angas Park 1851[-1852] Memorial 61/35

No 2

MUELLLER/MULLER/MÜLLER, Carl labourer Kooringa 1874 Memorial 200/273

No 1

MUELLER/MULLER/MÜLLER, Carl August labourer near the Bremer River 1862 Memorial 335/182

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

MUELLER/MULLER/MÜLLER, Carl August miner Kooringa, died 1/6/1893. Husband of Johanne Henriette Emilie Müller. Father of Theodor Müller, Auguste BALLHAUSEN, Rudolph Müller, Caroline WIMMER, Friedrich Müller, and Ernst Müller Memorial 51/418

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

MUELLER/MULLER/MÜLLER, Carl Gottlieb farmer Gnadenfrei near Angas Park 1854[-1860] Memorial 222/62

MUELLER/MULLER/MÜLLER, Carl Gottlieb the Elder farmer Gnadenfrei near Tanunda, died c1866. He left estate under varying conditions to his wife, Johanna Elisabeth Mueller nee HIRSCH, his illegitimate adopted son, Ernst Mueller farmer Gnadenfrei and his legitimate son Carl Gottlieb Mueller the Younger , who received £50 'being his full share and interest in my estate' Memorial 99/214

MUELLER/MULLER/MÜLLER, Gottlieb Müller farmer Gnadenfrei and Johanne Christiane Mueller his wife formerly JC WALDHAUER 1865 Application 6341

MUELLER/MULLER/MÜLLER, Dorothea Emilie widow Hahndorf, relict of the late Carl Julius Müller no description. She owned Miscellaneous leasehold land Section 425 Hundred of Kuitpo (11 acres) 1901 Memorial 61/444

MUELLER/MULLER/MÜLLER, Ernst and Gottlieb farmers Hundred of Nuriootpa 1864 Application 5058

MUELLER/MULLER/MÜLLER, Ferdinand farmer Friedrichstadt near Hahndorf and Johanna Eleonore Mueller his wife. Parents of Wilhelm Alfred Mueller and Eduard Otto Mueller farmers Friedrichstadt 1912 Memorial 191/467

MUELLER/MULLER/MÜLLER, Ferdinand Jacob Heinrich PhD Adelaide 1851 Memorial 53/30

No 1

MUELLER/MÜLLER/MULLER, Franz Rudolph miner Wheal Margaret Mine 1851 Memorial 88/29

MUELLER/MÜLLER/MULLER, Franz Rudolph formerly miner Wheal Margaret Mine but then farmer Hahndorf 1853 Memorial 194/61

MUELLER/MÜLLER/MULLER, Franz Rudolph gentleman Hahndorf 1854 Memorial 80/62, Application 24184

MUELLER/MULLER/MÜLLER, Frederick Sotheby of 12 Carlton Road, Maida Vale, Middlesex, England, power of attorney to Robert George BOWEN gentleman Adelaide, to manage his real estate in the Light and Wellington Special Surveys 3/12/1868 Deposit 29/1869

MUELLER/MULLER/MÜLLER, Friedrich farmer near Tanunda 1868 Memorial 155/325

MUELLER/MULLER/MÜLLER, Friedrich August farmer Pt Victoria 1884[-1885] Memorial 53/361

No 1 – Friedrich Daniel Wilhelm Mueller

MUELLER/MULLER/MÜLLER, Wilhelm farmer Tanunda in partnership with Friedrich HORNHARDT. Muller sold his interest to Hornhardt for £47 1851[-1852] Memorials 268/39 & 460/39

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

MUELLER/MULLER/MÜLLER, Wilhelm barman Adelaide (Currie St) 1863 bought the lease of the Commercial Inn, Currie St, Adelaide for £1,000 in two lump sum payments over ten years from Heinrich Daniel Muller licensed victualler Adelaide (Currie St) Memorial 75/191

MUELLER/MULLER/MÜLLER, Wilhelm licensed victualler Commercial Hotel, Gawler 1865 Memorial 315/206

MUELLER/MULLER/MÜLLER, Friedrich Daniel Wilhelm licensed victualler Commercial Hotel, Gawler 1865 Application 6579

MUELLER/MULLER/MÜLLER, Friedrich Wilhelm and Charlotte Muller his wife of Stepney linked with Louis Muller licensed victualler Maid and Magpie Hotel, Stepney 1874 Memorial 198/278

MUELLER/MULLER/MÜLLER, Friedrich Daniel Wilhelm out of business Adelaide 1878 Memorial 94/308

MUELLER/MULLER/MÜLLER, Wilhelm licensed victualler Gladstone 1886[-1891] Memorial 37/376

MUELLER/MULLER/MÜLLER, Friedrich Daniel Wilhelm formerly licensed victualler Commercial Hotel, Gawler but then gentleman Kensington 1893 Memorial 129/418

MUELLER/MULLER/MÜLLER, Wilhelm formerly licensed victualler Gladstone but now gentleman North Kensington 1896 Memorial 62/427

MUELLER/MULLER/MÜLLER, Wilhelm of North Kensington 1898 Memorial 17/436

MUELLER/MULLER/MÜLLER, Friedrich Daniel Wilhelm licensed victualler formerly of Gladstone but then of North Kensington, died 13/12/1898. Louis Müller gentleman East Adelaide, one of the executors, had died before the testator [Appears to be a connection with George Müller the founder of Stepney, as Louis Müller lived in his residence, Trowbridge House] Memorial 66/443

No 1

MUELLER/MULLER/MÜLLER, George carpenter Kensington 1842 Memorial 282/206

MUELLER/MULLER/MÜLLER, George stockkeeper Kensington 1842 Memorial 380/1

MUELLER/MULLER/MÜLLER, George licensed victualler Trowbridge Farm near Adelaide 1849. Memorial 448/14 Farmer later in 1849 He laid out the village of Stepney and sold the allotments Memorial 182/15

MUELLER/MULLER/MÜLLER, George licensed victualler Maid and Magpie Section 259 near Adelaide 1849 Memorial 295/14

MUELLER/MULLER/MÜLLER, George farmer formerly of Trowbridge Farm near Adelaide, but now residing in England 1851 Memorial 115/35

MUELLER/MULLER/MÜLLER, George gentleman Troubridge Farm Stepney, power of attorney to John HODGKISS draper Hindley St, Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs, including land at Islington, Norwood and Stepney, and Royal Mining Company shares 26/2/1855. By 24/2/1866, Müller was living at Rose Villa, Milton, next Gravesend, Kent, England. He appointed George Frederick HUSSEY to manage his SA business affairs. 24/9/1873, Müller was living at The Ferns, Gravesend, and appointed Alexander BIRRELL gentleman Stepney his SA attorney  Deposits 215/1855, 51/1867, 160/1873

MUELLER/MULLER/MÜLLER, George farmer formerly of Trowbridge House but now on his way to England [He must have returned to SA and then left again] 1855 Memorial 366/83

MUELLER/MULLER/MÜLLER, George farmer Adelaide 1856 Memorial 28/100

MUELLER/MULLER/MÜLLER, George Esquire formerly of Trowbridge House near Adelaide but now of Rose Villa, Wilton next Gravesend, Kent, England 1867 Memorial 247/219

MUELLER/MULLER/MÜLLER, George Esquire formerly of Trowbridge House near Adelaide but now of The Ferns, parish of Gravesend, Kent, England 1873 Memorial 129/267

MUELLER/MULLER/MÜLLER, George Esquire formerly of Trowbridge House, Wellington Road but now in parts beyond the seas linked with Louis Muller licensed victualler Stepney 1874 Memorial 17/278

MUELLER/MULLER/MÜLLER, George Esquire formerly of Trowbridge House, Wellington Rd, near Adelaide, but now of parts beyond the sea (probably Gravesend, Kent, England), sold the Maid and Magpie Hotel to Louis Muller publican Stepney £1,500, for a triangular piece of land 1/9/1874 Application 13914

MUELLER/MULLER/MÜLLER, George gentleman formerly of Stepney but now of Gravesend, Kent, England 1875 Application 14084

MUELLER/MULLER/MÜLLER, George Esquire The Ferns Gravesend, Kent, England 1881 Application 18598

MUELLER/MULLER/MÜLLER, George gentleman formerly of Adelaide late of Holly Lodge, Bexley, Kent, died 9/5/1900. Husband of Annie Muller. He left his estate, Trowbridge House, Section 2041 Survey B , North Norwood, of 26 acres on the road leading from Payneham to Glen Osmond, to his cousin, Jacob Henry Muller, by 1901, a gentleman of Echuca Vic Application 24141

MUELLER/MULLER/MÜLLER, George gentleman Holly Lodge, Upton Rd, Bexley, Kent, died 9/5/1900. Husband of Annie Muller. He left his estate, Trowbridge House, (Section 2041 26 acres) Stepney near Adelaide, to his cousin, Jacob Henry Muller gentleman Echuca Vic Memorials 235/441 & 27/442

MUELLER/MULLER/MÜLLER, Annie widow Mansfield House, 65 Burnt Ash Hill, Lee, Kent, England, died 27/11/1910 [relict of the late George Muller formerly of Stepney] Memorial 10/465

MUELLER/MULLER/MÜLLER, Annie widow Mansfield House, 65 Burnt Ash Hill, Lee, Kent, England, died 27/11/1911. Her executors Alban Edward DONNELLY mercantile clerk Rotree, Upper Caterham, Surrey and George FREE gentleman Cedar Road, Sutton, Surrey, Stanley Alexander Kay EVANS accountant 138 Thornbury Road, Osterley Park, Middlesex, England, power of attorney to Executor Trustee and Agency Co of SA Ltd, 22 Grenfell St, Adelaide, to manage her SA estate 2/5/1911 Deposit 43/1902

MUELLER/MULLER/MÜLLER, Gotthilf Wilhelm farmer Lobethal 1883[-1903] Memorial 115/348

No 1

MUELLER/MULLER/MÜLLER, Heinrich bailiff Trowbridge Farm near Adelaide 1850 Memorial 489/21

No 2

MUELLER/MULLER/MÜLLER, Heinrich of Redruth near Kooringa 1851 Memorial 89/39

No 3

MUELLER/MULLER/MÜLLER, Heinrich of Norton Summit 1871 Memorial 190/293

MUELLER/MULLER/MÜLLER, Heinrich August farmer Crystal Brook Hundred of Willowie land grant 1891 Grant Book 24 Page 748 County Frome

MULLER, Jacob Heinrich gentleman Echuca Vic inherited Trowbridge House on the southern moiety of Section 2041 Survey B 'bounded on the west by a Government road leading from Payneham to Glen Osmond' 1901 Memorial 27/442

No 1

MUELLER/MULLER/MÜLLER, Heinrich Christian Wilhelm licensed victualler Adelaide 1855 Memorial 148/81

MUELLER/MULLER/MÜLLER, Heinrich Christian Wilhelm miner Redruth 1861[-1867] Memorial 325/171

MÜLLER, Heinrich Wilhelm Christian farmer near Magill 1869. Likely to have been a miner Redruth 1865. Linked with Heinrich August Wilhelm Müller farmer Redruth 1869 Application 9752

No 1

MULLER, Heinrich Daniel innkeeper Adelaide 1849 Application 19749

MULLER, Heinrich Daniel farmer Tanunda 1849 Memorial 393/16 MULLER, Heinrich Daniel storekeeper Tanunda late 1849 Memorial 350/19 He sold to Carl Schäfer licensed victualler Tanunda 1850 Memorial 205/22 Licensed victualler Tanunda 1850 Memorial 213/25

MULLER, Heinrich Daniel innkeeper formerly of Adelaide 1849 but now of Tanunda 1851 Application 19749

MULLER, Heinrich Daniel licensed victualler formerly of Tanunda but now of Adelaide 1855[-1856] Memorial 443/85

MULLER, Heinrich Daniel publican Adelaide, died c1864. His estate in trust to his widow, Charlotte Friedericke Catherine Mueller, for life. Executor Johann KORFF gentleman Gawler to get £300, and the remainder to be divided equally between the testator's two sons, Friedrich Wilhelm Mueller and Diedrich Ludwig Wilhelm Mueller Memorial 115/196

MULLER, Heinrich Daniel gentleman Adelaide, died 20/6/1864. Probably a relative of George Muller of Trowbridge House. He had an interest in the Maid and Magpie Hotel, Stepney, for a time Application 13914

MULLER, Hermann formerly labourer Spring Farm near Clare but now gardener Sevenhill 1906 Memorial 198/454

MUELLER, James vigneron One Tree Hill in the Sources of the Little Para 1884[-1887] Memorial 68/362

No 1

MUELLER, Johann farmer Lobethal 1858[-1859] Memorial 243/142

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

MULLER, Johann farmer Schönborn 1859 Memorial 70/161

MUELLER/MULLER/MÜLLER, Johann Adam baker Adelaide 1860 Application 1475, Application 1666

MUELLER/MULLER/MÜLLER, Johanna Dorothea married woman Kent Town 1914 Application 26326

No 1

MUELLER/MULLER/MÜLLER, Johann August blacksmith Lobethal 1851 Memorial 325/38

MUELLER/MULLER/MÜLLER, Johann August farmer Lobethal Co Adelaide. Hundred of Finniss land grant 1883[-1888] Grant Book 58 Page 41 County Sturt

MUELLER, Johann Carl Ferdinand farmer near Hahndorf. Trustee St Paul Lutheran Church Hahndorf 1899[-1905] Application 28657

No 1

MUELLER/MULLER/MÜLLER, Johann Cordt Wilhelm labourer Third Creek 1851 Memorial 330/33

MUELLER/MULLER/MÜLLER, Johann Cordt Wilhelm farmer New Tiers 1851 Memorial 326/31

MUELLER/MULLER/MÜLLER, Johann Cordt Wilhelm shepherd Blumberg 1855 Enrolment 94/35

MUELLER/MULLER/MÜLLER, Johann Cordt Wilhelm farmer Blumberg. Hundred of Talunga land grant 1856 Grant Book 1 Page 250 County Adelaide

MUELLER/MULLER/MÜLLER, Johann Cordt Wilhelm farmer Blumberg 1861 Memorial 347/178

MUELLER/MULLER/MÜLLER, Johann Cordt Wilhelm formerly shepherd 1855 but now farmer Blumberg 1869 Application 10268

MULLER, Johann Friedrich farmer Neu Mecklenburg, became a bankrupt in 1869 Memorial 232/236

MUELLER, JF JP post and telegraph master Bordertown 1881 Memorials 129/329 & 119/330

MULLER, John James farmer Myponga, aged 64 in 1939, declared that he had lived in Myponga for 34 years Application 28227

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

MULLER, Joseph gardener Armagh 1885 Application 20417

MULLER, Joseph gardener Armagh near Clare 1887 Memorial 85/389

MULLER, Joseph the Younger market gardener Armagh 1915 Application 26419

No 1

MUELLER/MULLER/MÜLLER, Otto and Theodor farmers Cavenagh trustees unnamed Chapel Hundred of Cavenagh land grant 1885 Grant Book 34 Page 22 County Herbert

MUELLER/MULLER/MÜLLER, Otto and Theodor farmers Cavenagh trustees Jubilee Hall Cavenagh Hundred of Cavenagh land grant 1887 Grant Book 34 Page 23 County Herbert

MUELLER/MULLER/MÜLLER, Paul Gotthard licensed surveyor Lower Mitcham Hundred of Macclesfield land grant 1883 Grant Book 36 Page 315 County Hindmarsh

No 1

MULLER, Reinhold Benno formerly clerk but now farmer Mt Gambier 1945. Mt Gambier Lutheran Church trustee Application 28421

MULLER, Reinhold Benno formerly clerk but now farmer Mt Gambier 1945 Memorial 113/519

No 1

MUELLER/MULLER/MÜLLER, Rudolph August Julius storkeeper Steelton on the Dirty Light 1875 Memorial 185/283

MUELLER/MULLER/MÜLLER, Rudolph August Julius storekeeper's assistant Kooringa 1877 Memorial 217/352

MÜLLER/MUELLER, Rudolph August Julius storekeeper Spalding, son of the late George August Christian Müller of Hampton, who died in 1894 Application 24316

MUELLER/MULLER/MÜLLER, RAJ storekeeper Spalding 1895 Memorial 221/425

MUELLER/MULLER/MÜLLER, Rudolph August Julius storekeeper Spalding, died 15/1/1902. Husband of Mary Jane Müller. Brothers and sisters of RAJ Müller included - Albert August Friedrich Müller miner Moonta, Julie FUSS wife of Albert J Fuss farmer Orroroo, Mathilde EY wife of Julius Friedrich Wilhelm Ey farmer Hahndorf, Adolp Carl Müller baker Brim Vic, Wilhelm August Friedrich Müller saddler Broken Hill NSW. Other Müller family members included - JC Müller postmaster Spalding, GA Müller miner Moonta Memorials 147 & 148/446

No 1

MUELLER/MULLER/MÜLLER, Samuel farmer Blumberg 1853 Memorial 378/60

MÜLLER, Samuel farmer Blumberg left real estate to his son, Andreas Johannes Müller farmer Blumberg 1883 Application 19603

No 1

MUELLER, Theodor Rudolph farmer Adelaide 1853 Memorial 37/55 Furrier Adelaide 1853[-1857] Memorial 313/91

MUELLER, Theodor Rudolph of Ackland St, Adelaide and Auguste Mueller his wife formerly Auguste QUASEBARTH 1853 Memorial 98/234

MUELLER, Wilhelm Alfred farmer near Hahndorf. Trustee St Paul Lutheran Church Ambleside (formerly Hahndorf) 1926 Application 28657

No 1 - a son of GAC Mueller of Hampton near Kooringa

MUELLER/MULLER/MÜLLER, Wilhelm August Friedrich saddler Broken Hill NSW 1902 Memorial 148/446

MUELLER/MULLER/MÜLLER, Wilhelm August Friedrich saddler formerly of Broken Hill NSW but now of Clare 1914 Memorial 77/470

MUELLER/MULLER/MÜLLER, Wilhelm Joseph farmer Armagh near Clare 1868 Memorial 72/231

No 1

MUELLER/MULLER/MÜLLER, William Eugene draper's assistant Adelaide (Compton St) 1895 Memorial 209/427

MUELLER/MULLER/MÜLLER, William Eugene clerk Keswick changed his name to William Eugene MILLER 1914. Emily Müller widow Keswick changed her name to Emily Miller Memorials 200/471 & 1/472

MUELLNER, Rudolf storekeeper Eden Valley, became a bankrupt in 1867 Memorial 125/225

MUGFORD, Charles farmer Balaklava Hundred of Goyder land grant 1882 Grant Book 56 Page 415 County Stanley

No 1

MUGFORD, Samuel Clark Methodist minister Salisbury 1924 Memorial 195/490

MUGFORD, Samuel Clark Methodist minister formerly of Salisbury but now of Kensington 1928 Memorial 112/499

MUGG, George commission agent Georgetown Hundred of Davenport land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 666 County Frome

MUHLBERG, Carl Julius shoemaker Lobethal 1902 Memorial 49/445

No 1

MULLETT, Charles farmer Hope Valley 1856 Memorial 52/106

MULLETT, Charles farmer Oak Valley and Eliza Mullett his wife 1858 Memorial 223/245

No 1

MULLETT, William yeoman Section 358 near Adelaide 1844 Memorial 325/3

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

MULLETT, William stationer Adelaide (Rundle St) 1856[-1858] Memorial 1460/95

MULLHALL, Michael miner Kapunda 1864 Memorial 305/196

MULLEN, Charles farmer near Templers Hundred of Mudla Wirra land grant 1866 Grant Book 27 Page 292 County Gawler

MULLIN, James builder Glenelg 1882 Application 19321

No 1

MULLIN, John saddler Kapunda 1866 Memorial 52/213

MULLEN, John saddler Kapunda 1874 Memorial 128/274

MULLEN, William yeoman Armagh 1866 Memorial 212/213

MULLIGAN, James Henry farmer Towitta 1898 Grant Book 17 Page 33 County Eyre

MULLIGAN, Patrick farmer Manoora Co Light. Hundred of Yangya land grant 1878 Grant Book 60 Page 92 County Victoria

MULLIGAN, Thomas labourer Adelaide 1854 Memorial 190/78

No 1

MULLIGHAN, William Charles blacksmith Pekina. Morchard (Hundred of Coomooroo) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 13 Page 248 County Dalhousie

MULLIGHAN, William Charles blacksmith Pekina Co Dalhousie. Quorn (Hundred of Pichi Richi) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 49 Page 6 County Newcastle

MULLIGHAN, William Charles of Pt Germein trustee Institute Pt Germein Hundred of Telowie land grant 1884 Grant Book 24 Page 774 County Frome

MULLINAN, Thomas farmer near Kapunda 1884 Memorial 29/357

MULLINS, CA clerk Adelaide (115 King William St) 1928 Memorial 10/500

MULLINS, Catherine wife of James Mullins no description and sister-in-law to Patrick Fitzgerald gentleman Kapunda 1854 Memorial 457/75

MULLINS, Edward contractor Riverton 1897[-1901] Memorial 184/431

MULLINS, James formerly Corporation employee but now out of business North Adelaide 1937 Memorial 171/510

MULLINS, John labourer Stepney 1861 Application 2263

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

MULLINS, John farmer near Dawesley 1863 Memorial 244/191

MULLINS, John farmer Native Valley near Nairne Hundred of Monarto land grant 1867[-1868] Grant Book 58 Page 126 County Sturt

MULLINS, John farmer Native Valley near Nairne 1873 Memorial 249/268

MULLINS, John farmer Native Valley near Kanmantoo 1895 Memorial 128/424

MULLINS, John farmer Kanmantoo 1895 Application 23009

MULLINS, John farmer and grazier Springfield Native Valley 1898 Memorial 178/436

MULLINS, John the Elder and MULLINS, John the Younger farmers Springfield near Kanmantoo 1898 Application 23565

MULLINS, John farmer and grazier Springfield near Kanmantoo 1911, declared that he had lived near Kanmantoo for over 50 years Application 25965

MULLINS, John farmer Kanmantoo 1912 Memorial 194/466

MULLINS, John farmer formerly of Native Valley but now of Nairne 1927 Memorial 103/497

No 2

MULLINS, John farmer near Lobethal Hundred of Mt Muirhead land grant 1877[-1880] Grant Book 31 Page 194 County Grey

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

No 3

MULLINS, John farmer Millicent Hundred of Mayurra land grant 1891[-1900] Grant Book 31 Page 233 County Grey

No 4

MULLINS, John railway employee Moochra, died 15/3/1935. Surviving executor – Bridget Delia Mullins widow Moochra 1942 Grant Book 24 Page 806 County Frome

No 1

MULLINS, Joseph grazier Native Valley 1926 Application 27532

MULLINS, Joseph farmer Native Valley 1927[-1929] Memorial 104/497

MULLINS, Merrington Milford engineer Parkside 1925 Application 27342

No 1

MULLINS, Patrick farmer Native Valley 1854[-1885] Memorial 412s/69

MULLINS, Patrick farmer Native Valley near Kanmantoo 1885 Application 20698

No 2

MULLINS, Patrick farmer Mt Torrens 1876[-1880] Memorial 128/290

MULLINS, W proclaimed bank manager McLaren Vale 1954 Memorial 99/529

MULLOY, George James out of business Seaview Road, Henley Beach, died 2/12/1929. Brother of Oliver Mulloy. Brother-in-laaw of Hilda Mulloy. Uncle of James Mulloy, Marjory Mulloy, Millie Mulloy, Brother of Catherine TONKIN. Her children not named. Brother to Esther SMEEDY. Brother to the late Jane MCAULIFFE. Uncle to Katherine Maud MCAULIFFE, Ettie McAuliffe, George James McAuliffe, Douglas William McAuliffe, Mary MCELISTER, Kenneth BRENTON Memorial 196/503

MULLOY, John farmer Stockport on the Gilbert Hundred of Willochra land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 545 County Frome

No 1

MULLOY, William farmer Greenock Creek 1854 Memorial 452/70

MULLOY, William farmer near Stockport 1865 Application 6582

MULLSON, Thomas sheep farmer Penneshaw Kangaroo Island 1883 Memorial 249/354

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

MULVIHILL, John the Elder farmer Dry Creek 1872 Memorial 151/271

MULVIHILL, John the Younger farmer Dry Creek 1873 Memorial 145/266

MULVIHILL, John Alphonsus butcher North Adelaide 1906 Memorial 207/454

No 1

MULVIHILL, Thomas farmer [Lot 53 of 60 acres] Montague Farms Dry Creek [Map of the Montague Farms Deposit 198; 1858] 1868 Memorial 208/227

MULVIHILL, Mary widow Dry Creek 1878[-1883] Memorial 240/313

MULVIHILL, Mary farmer Grand Junction 1883 Application 19849

No 1

MULVILLE, William gentleman Mt Remarkable 1858 Memorial 269/139

MULVILLE, William Nugent farmer Light River near Kapunda 1860 Memorial 90/170

MULVILLE, William Nugent gentleman Adelaide. Uncle to George Edmund OLDHAM 2-year old son of Nathaniel Oldham and Ellen Maria Oldham his wife 1861 Memorial 220/179

MULVILLE, William Nugent Sergeant in the Armed Constabulary Force of New Zealand, Auckland, power of attorney to Nathaniel OLDHAM agent Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 18/1/1876 Deposit 35/1876

MUMBLES, Samuel tailor Adelaide (Flinders St) built two cottages on his land Pt TA 275 by 1849. [Charles COZENS later built the London Hotel on this site] Memorial 361/16

MUMFORD, Allan farmer Waterloo Corner linked with Evan Mumford formerly farmer but now out of business Prospect 1952 Memorial 54/530

No 1

MUMFORD, Charles Friend farmer Aldinga 1919 Memorial 70/479

MUMFORD, Charles Friend farmer Aldinga 1920 Application 26880

MUMFORD, Charles Friend farmer formerly of Aldinga but now of Brentwood 1925 Memorial 166/493

No 1

MUMFORD, Evan farmer Prospect 1936 Memorial 116/509

MUMFORD, Evan farmer Alpha Road, Prospect 1937 Memorial 143/510, Application 28061

No 1

MUMFORD, James farmer Yankalilla 1855[-1862] Memorial 455/80

No 2

MUMFORD, James farmer South Richmond 1861[-1865] Memorial 339/178

No 3

MUMFORD, James farmer formerly of Koolywurtie but then of Minlaton, died c1897. Husband of Mary Mumford. Father of Ellen, Mary Ann, Emily, Elizabeth and Eliza Mumford (the last two daughters had already died) Memorial 241/433

MUMFORD, James farmer formerly of Koolywurtie but then of Minlaton, died 8/12/1897. He left his entire £500 freehold estate to his wife, Mary Mumford, in trust for life. Then his farm land at Koolywurtie to go to his sons, Samuel Mumford and George Mumford, in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant. the land at South Richmond had to be sold and the proceeds divided equally absolutely in remainder expectant amongst the five daughters 1926 Application 27483

MUMFORD, Mary widow Minlaton, died 19/11/1925. Her £6,000 estate to her children in various legacies - Florence DIMENT and Edith Mumford named. Two sons mentioned - Evan Mumford farmer Pt Victoria and Henry Mumford farmer Minlaton Application 27483

No 1 - probably the same person

MUMFORD, James Friend farmer Aldinga 1898 Memorial 144/435

MUMFORD, James Friend carrier Aldinga and Sophia Mumford his wife 1899 Memorial 184/437

MUMFORD, James Friend labourer Aldinga 1927 Memorial 28/497

MUMFORD, Sophia married woman Aldinga 1899[-1920] linked with Charles Friend Mumford farmer Aldinga 1920 Memorials 69 & 70/480

MUMME, AH bank manager Gladstone 1881 Memorial 22/333

No 1

MUMME, Carl Edmund publican Gawler 1879 Memorial 170/314

MUMME, Carl Edmund restauranteur Adelaide (pt TA 202 King William St) 1885 Memorial 49/373

No 1

MUMME, Gustav merchant Adelaide 1864 Memorial 3034/197

MUMME, Gustav land agent Adelaide 1869 Memorial 14/239

MUMME, Gustav agent Adelaide 1870 Memorial 240/246

MUMME, Johann Carl of Gawler Place, Adelaide 1868 Memorial 2/236

No 1

MUMME, Johannes Emil formerly of Adelaide but now in parts beyond the seas and Lydia Mumme his wife formerly Lydia FEATHERSTONE 1872 Memorial 44/265

MUMME, Johannes Emil gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now of Hawthorn Vic linked with Hubert Michael Mumme farmer Mirboo North Vic, Annie Charlotte Mumme and Evelyn Mumme spinsters Hawthorn Vic and Lucy Bastmann DRURY wife of Robert Drury draftsman Preston Vic 1897 Memorial 4/432

MUMMERY, William moulder Adelaide (Young St) 1856[-1859] Memorial 269/120

No 1

MUNCHENBERG/MÜNCHENBERG, John Charles gardener Campbelltown 1905[-1915] Memorial 172/453

MUNCHENBERG, John Charles gardener Claireville 1925 Application 27366

No 1

MUNCKTON, James Russell farmer Magill Road 1856 Memorial 434/98

MUNCKTON, James Russell farmer near Kensington 1861 Application 2194

MUNCKTON, James Russell sheep farmer Magill Road and Mt Gambier 1862 Memorial 30/180

MUNCKTON, James Russell farmer Baker Range near Guichen Bay 1863[-1868] Memorial 46/190

MUNDAY, Alfred farmer Wandearah. Trustee unnamed Church Hundred of Wandearah Hundred of Wandearah land grant 1895 Grant Book 60 Page 329 County Victoria

No 1 - perhaps a son of John Munday of Gawler?

MUNDAY, Henry brickmaker Geelong [bought land in Echunga] and Anna Munday his wife 1854 Memorial 36/387

MUNDAY, Hannah widow Bridge St, Ballarat Vic, died c 1903. Emma Munday spinster Albert St, Ballarat, inherited the estate which included land in Echunga Memorial 239/449

No 1

MUNDAY, John labourer Gawler South and Martha Munday his wife, parents of John Edward Munday and Henry Munday of Gawler South 1863[-1868] Memorials 85/188 & 250/230

No 2

MUNDAY, John gardener Houghton 1876[-1903]. Linked with Ada Amy Ethel Munday spinster Houghton 1904 Memorials 105/295 & 170/450

MUNDAY, John formerly gardener Duck Ponds 1857 but now gardener Houghton 1869 Application 9890

MUNDEY, John Edward miner Acacia Dam 1891 Memorial 10/410

MUNDAY, Robert clerk to the SA Company in Adelaide 1849 Memorial 281/17

MUNDAY, Thomas labourer Bassett Town near Gawler 1863 Memorial 84/188

No 1

MUNDAY, William of Wandearrah 1888 Memorial 4/392

No 2 - probably mixture of the Elder and the Younger

MUNDAY, William mason Pt Lincoln 1906 Memorial 84/455

MUNDAY, William the Younger mason Pt Lincoln 1914 Memorial 23/471

No 1

MÜNDELEIN, Theodor carpenter Willunga 1851 Memorial 149/38

MÜNDELEIN, Theodor carpenter Havelock St, Sandhurst Vic, died 28/3/1891. Husband of Eliza Mündelein, who died 19/3/1892 intestate. Father of Liborius Mündelein, the only child of the marriage. Likely that Charles Mundelein bank accountant Pall Mall Bendigo Vic 1899 belonged to this family Memorials 230/436, 207/438 & GRO Search 1262

No 1

MUNDON, CH Cresdee of Charlesworth Fourth Creek 1863 Memorial 160/190

MUNDON, Charles Hilmers Cresdee gentleman Fourth Creek 1868 Memorial 39/230

MUNDON-CRESDEE, Charles Hilmers Cresdee farmer Charlesworth near Campbelltown and Elizabeth Jane Cresdee Mundon his wife 1893 Memorial 16/418

No 1

MUNDON, John farmer Adelaide and Sarah Mundon his wife formerly Sarah CRESDEE spinster Morden near Blandford, Dorset, England 1843[-1847] Memorial 39/3

MUNDON, John farmer Section 278 Survey B 1854 Memorial 326/66

MUNDON, John gentleman Fourth Creek Campbelltown and Sarah Mundon his wife 1858[-1871] Memorial 282/145

MUNDON, John gentleman Fourth Creek 1869 Memorial 200/236

MUNDON, Sarah of Fourth Creek Campbelltown 1859[-1861] Memorial 166/154

MUNDON, Sarah gentlewoman Campbelltown 1859[-1875] Memorial 299/157

MUNDON, John farmer Charlesworth near Payneham 1876 Application 14928

MUNDON, John gardener Hectorville 1888 Application 21447.

MUNDON, Sarah gentlewoman Fourth Creek 1862 Memorial 225/183

MUNDON, Sarah of Charlesworth 1878 Memorial 56/305

MUNDON, Sarah wife of John Mundon of Charlesworth, Fourth Creek 1877, died 1883 Memorial 2/354

MUNDON, John labourer formerly of Lychett Minster, Dorset, but then of Poole, Dorset, England married Sarah CRESDEE spinster formerly of Moredon now of Poole, in 1839. She inherited her share (£54/11/-) of the £600 estate of her father, Charles Keckstone CRESDEE, who died 24/12/1837, as a marriage settlement before her mother died (who had the right to the income from that estate for life). The trustees bought Section 278 Survey B in SA from James Coutts CRAWFORD Esquire of Sydney NSW in 1843 with the marriage settlement money, whereby Sarah Mundon would receive the income in trust for her lifetime, then her children would inherit the real estate in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant. The Mundons emigrated to SA by 1841, where John Mundon was a gentleman of Payneham by 1876. John Mundon died 10/3/1883. Sarah Mundon widow Charlesworth Fourth Creek, died 18/10/1883. Her estate worth £2,100. She gave her husband a life interest in Section 278 [but he predeceased her] and her other real estate. She also encumbered the real estate with a £20 annuity to go to her eldest grand-daughter in each generation 'in perpetual succession' and also a yearly payment of £5 to the church wardens of St Martin's Campbelltown for church repairs forever. The real estate itself to descend in trust through the eldest son of the eldest son for ever, provided he assumed the surname of Cresdee. Sarah Mundon's eldest son, Charles Hilmers Cresdee Mundon gentleman Newton assumed the additional surname of Cresdee. He died 6/6/1924 Newton, of old age, aged 82. Born at Newton, he had married age 35 - 1 son and 2 daughters living; 1 son deceased. The surviving son, Charles Cresdee Mundon-Cresdee farmer Campbelltown (born 18/8/1878), arranged with the family's solicitor, Beaumont Arnold Moulden, to break the entail, on 22/7/1925. [Much confusion about the exact real estate involved and the legal standing of Sarah Mundon's will in connection with setting up an entail] Application 27405

No 2

MUNDON, John farmer Kapunda 1857 Memorial 209/124

MUNDON-CRESDEE, Charles grazier Campbelltown. St Martin's Campbelltown parishioner 1942 Memorial 142/516

No 1

MUNDT, Heinrich Friedrich tailor Adelaide 1865 Memorial167/209

MUNDT, Joachim Heinrich Friedrich tailor Adelaide 1868 Memorial 29/235

MUNDT, Heinrich tailor Stepney and Emilie Mund his wife, sister to Lewis Edwin CLASS (her youngest brother), children of Susanna CLASS/KLOSE, formerly SCHUMANN of Grünthal 1878 Application 16966

No 1

MUNDY, AM Private Secretary to Governor GREY Adelaide 1841 Memorial 126/106

MUNDY, Alfred Miller Esquire Adelaide Vice-President of the Savings Bank of SA 1848 Memorial 76/13

MUNDY, Alfred Edward Miller Esquire Shipley Hall, Co Derby, England, Sir Henry WILMOT Baronet Chaddesdon Hall, Co Derby, Edward HALL Esquire formerly of Holly Bush, Staffs, England, but now of 22 Kensington Court, Middlesex, England, power of attorney to William Mathews SANDFORD solicitor Adelaide, to manage their SA business affairs 6/7/1891 Deposit 93/1891

No 1 - likely to be the same person

MUNDY, Charles of Millbrook 1876 Memorial 106/295

MUNDY, Charles gardener Houghton 1879 Memorial 8/313

MUNDY, Charles formerly gardener Houghton but now guard Yatala, and Mary Mundy his wife  1883 Memorial 2/349

MUNDY, Mary widow [probably Mrs Charles Mundy] formerly of Houghton but now of Edwardstown 1922. Links, perhaps family, with Lizzie Lawson HUNT widow Hope Valley Memorial 114/487 & Application 26907

MUNDY, Daniel mason Pt Lincoln 1906 Memorial 207/455

No 1

MUNDY, David gentleman Beaumont 1875 Memorial 96/284

MUNDY, David gentleman Campbelltown 1876[-1893] Memorial 147/292

MUNDY, David gentleman Lochiel Campbelltown 1878[-1888] Memorial 32/306

MUNDY, David Esquire Campbelltown, about to be absent from the province for some time, power of attorney to James Alexander HOLDEN and George Henry FLEMING merchants Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 15/4/1880 Deposit 197/1880

MUNDY, David gentleman Lochiel, about to proceed to England for a time, power of attorney to Joseph Eldin MOULDEN, Beaumont Arnold MOULDEN, and Bayfield MOULDEN gentlemen Adelaide, to manage his SA business matters 16/8/1882 Deposit 64/1883

MUNDY, David Esquire Campbelltown 1883 Memorial 70/347

MUNDY, David gentleman Campbelltown 1886 Application 21118

MUNDY, David gentleman Campbelltown 1898 Memorial 47/436

MUNDY, David gentleman formerly of Beaumont but now of Lochiel Park near Campbelltown 1898 Memorial 98/436

MUNDY, David gentleman Ellowgowan St Peters 1900 Memorial 236/439

MUNDY, David gentleman Largs Bay, and Rose Ellen Mundy his wife 1903 Memorial 205/447

MUNDY, David gentleman of Ellangowan House St Peters and Durnford House, North Esplanade, Largs Bay, died 8/4/1903 Ellangowan 1903 Memorial 73/449

No 1

MUNDY, David mason Pt Lincoln 1905 Memorial 165/452

MUNDY, David mason Pt Lincoln linked with James Wallace Mundy labourer Pt Lincoln 1911 Memorial 15/465

MUNDY, David builder Pt Lincoln, died 1/3/1921 intestate. Husband of Bertha Mundy. Annie Mundy married woman Pt Lincoln also belonged to this family, as did David Edgar Mundy sheepfarmer Pt Lincoln and Robe[-1920]rt Percy Mundy fisherman Pt Lincoln. Estate worth £60 Memorials 127, 137, 138 & 142/483

MUNDY, David mason Pt Lincoln 1911. He had been in Pt Lincoln since at least 1864. William ARGENT farmer Pt Lincoln had been his friend from that date Application 25989

MUNDY, David Henry of Mitcham association with Mundy & BENNETT's Quarry on Section 885 (Hundred not stated) 1884 Memorial 162/357

No 1

MUNDY, Harvey yeoman Adelaide 1845 Memorial 284/5

MUNDY, Harvey yeoman District B Memorial 396/23 Esquire Adelaide 1855 Enrolment 60/24

No 1

MUNDY, Henry labourer Adelaide 1854 Memorial 8/62

MUNDY, Henry labourer Islington 1857 Memorial 8/132

MUNDY, Henry labourer formerly of Adelaide 1854 but now of Islington 1866 Application 7829

No 1

MUNDY, James Wallace labourer Pt Lincoln 1913 Memorial 73/468

MUNDY, James Wallace fisherman Pt Lincoln 1949 Memorial 85/524

No 1

MUNDY, Michael mason Pt Lincoln 1904 Application 24780

MUNDY, Michael builder Pt Lincoln 1923, declared that he had lived in Pt Lincoln for at least 50 years Application 27206

MUNDY, MH assistant private secretary to Governor GREY 1842 Memorial 205/3

MUNDY, Robert Percy fisherman Pt Lincoln 1922[-1925] Memorial 189/484

No 1

MUNDY, Rose Ellen Mary Ann widow Payneham Road, Stepney 1910 Memorial 214/462

MUNDY, Rose Ellen Mary Ann widow Payneham Road, Stepney, about to leave the state for a time, power of attorney to Executor Trustee and Agency Co of SA Ltd, to manage her business affairs in Australia and New Zealand 9/4/1910 Deposit 16/1910

No 1

MUNDY, Thomas farmer Section 9a Hundred of Onkaparinga 1854[-1858] Enrolment 69/34

MUNDY, Thomas farmer Section 9a Hundred of Onkaparinga 1877 Memorial 103/298

No 1

MUNDY, Thomas labourer Bassett Town 1863 Memorial 84/188

MUNDY, Thomas fencer Gawler 1875[-1875] Memorial 104/280

MUNDY, Thomas fencer Gawler, died 26/10/1893. His widow, Lucy Mundy, still lived in Gawler 1897 Memorial 249/432

No 1

MUNDY, William storekeeper Wright St, Adelaide 1847[-1849] Memorial 119/10

No 2

MUNDY, William farmer Onkaparinga 1848 Application 21373

No 3

MUNDY, William labourer Adelaide 1855 Memorial 37/88

MUNDY, William (sometimes erroneously called William Munday) labourer Adelaide 1855[-1857] Memorial 214/88

No 4

MUNDY, William farmer Auburn 1855 Memorial 9/94

No 5 - likely to be a mixture of the Elder and the Younger

MUNDY, William the Younger mason Pt Lincoln 1902 Memorial 112/445

MUNDY, William mason formerly of Pt Lincoln but now of North Adelaide 1909 Memorial 25/461

MUNDY, William labourer Pt Lincoln 1925 Memorial 78/494

MUNDY, William labourer Pt Lincoln 1927 Application 27592

MUNDY, William out of business Pt Lincoln, died 7/2/1929. Estate worth £12,646. Husband of Bridget Mundy. Father of Lillian Lilly KENNY widow Pt Lincoln, August Mundy fisherman Pt Lincoln and Charles Mundy out of business Pt Lincoln. Executor; Joseph Scoresby SHEPHERD solicitor Adelaide Memorial 188/501

MUNDY, William Henry retired hotelkeeper 4 Gilmore Rd, Henley South, aged 73 in 1957, shortly after he had moved from Gawler to Henley South, died 20/6/1959. He had lived in Gawler since c1924 Application 29469

No 1 - likely to be the same person

MUNGO, John yeoman South Para 1849 Memorial 465/18

MUNGO, John farmer Gawler Plains 1853[-1856] Memorial 401/56

MUNKS, Alfred builder Stockport 1869 Memorial 33/237

MUNKS, Charles of Norwood and Sarah Munks his wife 1850 Memorial 282/98

MUNKS, Charles Daniel Leak carpenter Norwood 1873 Application 12480

MUNN, James farmer Jessie Hundred of Jessie land grant 1875 Grant Book 50 Page 257 County Robe

MUNNS, Charlotte Elizabeth widow East Adelaide 1914 Application 26373

MUNNS, Abraham wood merchant North Adelaide (Margaret St) 1882 Memorial 119/337

No 1

MUNNS, Henry blacksmith Lyndoch Valley 1855 Memorial 485/94

MUNNS, Henry blacksmith formerly of Lyndoch Valley but now of Sheaoak Log 1861 Memorial 74/172

MUNNS, Thomas carpenter Saddleworth 1859 Application 414

MUNRO, Adam plasterer Kapunda 1866 Application 7456

No 1

MUNRO, Alexander general dealer Bowden 1853 Memorial 368/60

MUNRO, Alexander formerly general dealer Bowden 1853 but now gentleman Melbourne Vic 1868 Application 9538

No 2 - perhaps the same person

MUNRO, Alexander tailor Coromandel Inn Alberton 1853. Apparently, he was about to take over as publican Memorial 182/48

MUNRO, Alexander wine shop keeper Pt Adelaide 1873 Application 13106

No 3 - perhaps a continuation of No 2

MUNRO, Alexander draper Alberton 1854[-1855] Memorial 357/72

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

MUNRO, Andrew labourer Robe 1880 Memorial 126/326

MUNRO, Andrew boatman Robe trustee Institute Robe Robe (Hundred of Waterhouse) township allotment land grant 1887 Grant Book 50 Page 9 County Robe

MUNRO, Andrew the Younger Robe 1887 Memorial 135/382

MUNRO, Andrew general agent Robe 1916 Application 26536. MUNRO, Andrew formerly labourer Robe but now out of business Murray Bridge 1925 Application 27387

No 1

MUNRO, Andrew Lee labourer Robe 1889 Memorial 22/399

MUNRO, Mary Gertrude widow formerly of Robe but now of Pt Pirie [likely the relict of the late Andrew Lee Munro formerly labourer Robe S-E but now deceased] 1911 Memorial 101/465

No 1

MUNRO, Donald farmer near Naracoorte Hundred of Glen Roy land grant 1875 Grant Book 29 Page 284 County MacDonnell

MUNRO, Donald farmer Naracoorte Co Robe. Hundred of Wirrega land grant 1887 Grant Book 7 Page 46 County Buckingham

No 1

MUNRO, George farmer Langhorne Bridge 1861 Application 2725

MUNRO, George farmer Langhorne Creek became a bankrupt 1870 Memorial 139/248

No 2

MUNRO, George farmer Murray Flats Hundred of Appila land grant 1880 Grant Book 24 Page 502 County Frome

MUNRO, George Duncan farmer Skilly Creek Hundred of Koolunga land grant 1880 Grant Book 55 Page 189 County Stanley

No 1

MUNRO, James storekeeper Adelaide 1848 Memorial 115/21

MUNRO, James storekeeper Adelaide 1850 Memorial 27/20

MUNRO, James grocer Adelaide 1861 Memorial 177/187

No 2

MUNRO, James storekeeper Kensington 1854 Memorial 452/79

MUNRO, James [formerly storekeeper Kensington but now] licensed victualler Magill 1857[-1860] Memorial 180/131

No 3

MUNRO, James labourer Pt Adelaide 1854[-1858] Memorial 125/77

MUNRO, James the Elder married Isabella DREVER on 25/10/1852 Westray, Co Orkney, Scotland. Barbara MCLENNAN wife of John McLennan farmer Coomooroo and Charlotte Whitford DOWLES wife of Thomas Dowes lighthouse keeper Cape Jervis, were at the marriage, and later came to SA. The Munro family emigrated to SA. Their eldest child, James Munro the Younger, was born 15/9/1855 at Pt Adelaide. James Munro the Elder labourer Queenstown, died 24/9/1862 intestate, of phthisis, aged 31, leaving his eldest son, James Munro the Younger tinsmith Adelaide, as heir at law Application 17460

MUNRO, Mary dressmaker Adelaide 1888 Memorial 39/441

MUNRO, Thomas labourer Padthaway Hundred of Glen Roy land grant 1875 Grant Book 29 Page 284 County MacDonnell

No 1

MUNRO, William builder Redhill. Hundred of Redhill land grant 1879 Grant Book 14 Page 374 County Daly

No 2

MUNRO, William labourer Killanoola Hundred of Killanoola land grant 1882 Grant Book 50 Page 154 County Robe

MURO, William farmer Killanoola Hundred of Killanoola land grant 1884 Grant Book 50 Page 155 County Robe

MUNRO, William farmer Narracoorte 1895 Memorial 53/424

MUNRO, William farmer Naracoorte Hundred of Naracoorte land grant 1896 Grant Book 50 Page 117 County Robe

MUNRO, William Tulloch farm labourer Morchard 1917 Book 13 Page 268 County Dalhousie

MUNT, Arthur telegraph station master Robe 1875 Memorial 247/284

No 1

MUNT, Charles Harvey coach painter Adelaide 1857 Memorial 64/125

MUNT, Charles Harvey married Rebeca Annis nee DICKERSON on 10/1/1837 St Andrew’s Holborn, London, Middlesex, England. 5 children of the marriage. Eldest son and heir at law, Henry James Munt, born 3/6/1839 died March 1842 in London. 2nd son, Charles William Munt born 6/9/1842, Arthur Munt born 6/7/1845, Frank Munt born 1/12/1848, Alfred Munt born 3/1/1851 died September 1850. The Munts emigrated to SA. Charles Harvey Munt painter Norwood, died 27/5/1857 Norwood intestate, of asthma, aged 41. His son, Charles William Munt post and telegraph master Kadina, died 8/4/1865 of a fall from a horse, aged 23. His son, Arthur Munt, telegraph operator, Norwood, placed the land under the real property act in 1888. By that date, Rebecca Annis Munt had remarried and was again widowed as a Mrs Baker of Beulah Road, Norwood 1888 Application 21527

MUNT, Douglas William solider Mooringe Ave, Plympton 1944, and Annie May Munt his wife Application 28373

MUNT, Frank builder Sydenham Road, Norwood 1894 Application 22694

MUNT, Henry householder Stepney 1885 Application 20767

MUNTON, Henry John Davidson of North Tce, Adelaide a member of the firm of HJD Munton & Co 1895 Memorial 157/423

No 1 - a mixture of the Elder and the Younger

MUNYARD, Stephen the Elder storekeeper Pt Adelaide 1854 Memorial 215/71

MUNYARD, Stephen the Younger storekeeper Pt Adelaide 1854 Memorial 213/71

MUNYARD, Stephen the Younger mariner Pt Adelaide linked with William Charles Munyard mariner Pt Adelaide 1857 Memorial 188/134

No 2 - perhaps the Younger

MUNYARD, Stephen farmer Pt Adelaide 1855 Memorial 17/115

No 1

MUNYARD, William Charles of Pt Adelaide 1854 Memorial 214/71

MUNYARD, William Charles mariner Pt Adelaide 1857[-1868] Memorial 188/134

MUNYARD, William Charles baker Le Fevre Peninsula [same person; must have changed jobs briefly] 1866 Memorial 228/215

MURAN, Michael farmer Adelaide (Waymouth St) 1852 Memorial 43/40

MURANT, Albert storekeeper Kooringa 1850 Memorial 216/29

No 1 - perhaps the same person

MURCH, James labourer Edwardstown 1851[-1853] Memorial 149/31

MURCH, James yeoman Yankalilla 1853[-1857] Memorial 44/58

MURCH, James farmer Yankalilla 1862 Application 3007

No 2

MURCH, James farmer Hamley Bridge 1876 Application 15570

MURCH, James Gibbings farmer Alma Hundred of Alma land grant 1880 Grant Book 26 Page 63 County Gawler

No 1

MURCH, John James of Nairne 1854 Memorial 487/67

MURCH, John James schoolteacher with his sisters Nairne 1854 On the Murray River1865 when JW KING sold his Nairne allotments by auction on 12/10/1865. JJ Murch had died by 1883 Application 20011

MURCH, Thomas labourer Salisbury 1857 Memorial 39/121

MURCHIE, Anna Maria married woman formerly of Angas St, Adelaide but now of Glenelg 1922 Memorial 5/485

MURDIE, William farmer Mt Gambier 1864[-1867] Memorial 329/199

MURDIN, John of Brompton 1850 Memorial 226/100

No 1

MURDOCK, Andrew and Alexander LORIMER stockholders Craigdarroch near Woodside 1846 Memorial 90/28

MURDOCH, Andrew stockowner Mt Barker District 1848. Inverbrackie Church of Scotland trustee Enrolment 33/4

MURDOCH, Andrew landowner Craigdarroch Mt Barker 1854 Memorial 24/64

No 1

MURDOCK, Arthur farmer Warooka 1886 Memorial 56/378

MURDOCK, Arthur grazier Warooka 1899 Memorial 169/437

MURDOCH, Frank engineer 22 Le Hunte Ave, Prospect and Emily Ada Murdoch his wife 1933 Application 27899

MURDOCH, Hector Ernest and John Hector Murdoch (a minor born 15/9/1920) brickmakers Belvidere Hundred of Bremer 1940 Memorial 158/514

No 1

MURDOCH, James probably an extensive tenant of Thomas WILLIAMS licensed victualler Little Para 1853, and probably for some years before that Memorial 117/57

MURDOCH, James farmer Gawler Plains 1856[-1861] Memorial 213/110

MURDOCH, James farmer Smithfield 1867 Memorial 32/224

MURDOCH, James the Elder farmer formerly of Gawler Plains 1856 but now of Smithfield 1870 Application 10895

No 2

MURDOCH, James saddler Pt Augusta Co Frome. Pt Augusta West (Hundred of Copley) township allotment land grant 1883 Grant Book 66 Page 155 County Manchester

No 1

MURDOCK, James farmer Yankalilla 1855[-1858] Memorial 486/97

MURDOCK, James farmer Rapid Bay 1856 Memorial 484/97

MURDOCH, James farmer Yankalilla 1859 Application 624

MURDOCK, James farmer Yankalilla Hundred of Yankalilla land grant 1861[-1864] Grant Book 37 Page 234 County Hindmarsh

MURDOCK, James butcher Glenburn near Rapid Bay Hundred of Para Wurlie land grant 1872 Grant Book 19 Page 4 County Fergusson

MURDOCK, James farmer Rapid Bay Hundred of Para Wurlie land grant 1872[-1884] Grant Book 19 Page 4 County Fergusson

No 3 - likely to be the same person

MURDOCK, James farmer Warooka. Arthur Murdock mentioned but not described 1886 Memorial 216/377

MURDOCK, James no description died 1/11/1897. Father of Arthur Murdock farmer Warooka 1900 Memorial 62/440
No 1

MURDOCK, John of Mintaro 1861 Memorial 110/173

MURDOCK, John stonecutter Mintaro 1866 Application 7185

No 2

MURDOCH, John cow keeper Beyer St, Norwood 1878 Application 16796

MURDOCH, Peter farmer Telowie 1887[-1896] Memorial 133/387

MURDOCH, Peter farmer Telowie Hundred of Telowie land grant 1900 Grant Book 24 Page 776 County Frome

No 1

MURDOCK, Robert farmer Warooka 1883 Memorial 88/352

No 2

MURDOCK, Robert farmer Goodwood Road. Goodwood Road Wesleyan Methodist Church trustee 1901 Memorial 216/444

MURELI, James labourer Edwardstown 1850 Memorial 465/26

No 1

MURFITT, Richard labourer Kensington 1849 Memorial 478/17

MURFITT, Richard labourer Norwood 1853[-1858] Memorial 323/50

MURFITT, Richard gentleman Norwood 1860 Application 1753

MURLESS, Jeane hotelkeeper Adelaide (John Bull Hotel Currie St) 1920 Memorial 194/481

MURLEY, John farmer Echunga 1855 Memorial 34/92

MURNAN, Margaret widow Adelaide 1854 Memorial 257/79

MURNAN, William gardener Magill 1852 Memorial 2/42

No 1

MURNANE, Michael farmer Adelaide 1857 Memorial 311/129

MURNANE, Michael farmer Lower Light, became a bankrupt in 1872 Memorial 147/261

No 2 – perhaps a continuation of No 1

MURNANE, Michael farmer Kalkabury Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1875 Grant Book 14 Page 412 County Daly

MURNANE, Michael farmer Lower Light Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1878 Grant Book 14 Page 416 County Daly

MURNANE, Michael farmer Arthurton trustee Public Cemetery Arthurton 1884 Grant Book 14 Page 420 County Daly

MURNANE, Michael farmer Arthurton. Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1912 Grant Book 14 Page 285 County Daly

MURPHY, A clerk to Messrs MATHEWS & COX no description 1874 Memorial 9/276

MURPHY, Alfred foreman Jervois Ave, New Hindarsh 1933, declared that he had worked for GH Michells & Co for over 50 years Application 27898

MURPHY, Anthony farmer Killanoola Hundred of Killanoola land grant 1882[-1884] Grant Book 50 Page 154 County Robe

MURPHY, Charles engineer Goolwa 1857[-1858] Memorial 164/130

MURPHY, Charles Andrew gentleman Adelaide about to marry Sophia Jane THWAITES spinster Rundle St, Kent Town, proprietor of the Kent Town Ladies College. Hector James Thwaites gentleman Adelaide mentioned but not described to take over the lease of the College 1873 Memorial 75/271

MURPHY, Charles engineer Goolwa 1868 Application 9233

MURPHY, Charles ship owner Goolwa 1872 Application 12167

No 1

MURPHY, Charles James gentleman Goolwa, died 1874. His executors were John CROZIER MLC and William Henry CHARNOCK merchant Adelaide Memorial 38/277

MURPHY, Charles James steamboat proprietor Goolwa, died c1875 Memorial 203/289

No 1

MURPHY, Daniel farmer Mt Barker 1853[-1874] Memorial 13/49

MURPHY, Daniel labourer Section 2888 near Mt Barker 1858 Memorial 208/146

MURPHY, Daniel near Mt Barker and Ellen Murphy his wife 1876 Application 15653

No 2 - likely to be the same person

MURPHY, Daniel farmer Hundred of Waterloo 1859 Memorial 277/158

MURPHY, Daniel farmer Light River 1860. He could not write Application 1276

MURPHY, Daniel farmer Tothill Creek 1869 Memorial 183/241

MURPHY, Daniel farmer Steelton on the Dirty Light Co Light. Hundred of Wandearah land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 355 County Victoria

MURPHY, Daniel farmer Marrabel on the Dirty Light Co Light. Hundred of Narridy land grant 1878 Grant Book 60 Page 257 County Victoria

No 2

MURPHY, Daniel farmer Gulnare Co Stanley. South Wilmington township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 24 Page 566 County Frome

MURPHY, DD Telegraph line foreman Pt Augusta 1906 Memorial 204/454

No 1

MURPHY, Denis labourer Fullarton 1880[-1882] Memorial 33/325

MURPHY, Denis labourer Fullarton 1881 Application 18668

MURPHY, Edmund of Broken Hill NSW 1889 Memorial 225/398

No 1 - perhaps the same person

MURPHY, Edward butcher Kapunda 1849[-1855] Memorial 367/50

MURPHY, Edward of North Kapunda 1850 Memorial 194/23

MURPHY, Edward farmer Kapunda Hundred of Alma land grant 1857 Grant Book 26 Page 53 County Gawler

MURPHY, Edward farmer Kapunda 1857 Farmer Section 422 Hundred of Alma 1862 Application 3724.

MURPHY, Edward farmer Humphrey Springs near Gilberton 1864 Application 5472.

MURPHY, Edward farmer Humphrey Springs, died 31/5/1865 of morbus cordis, aged 46 Application 22174

MURPHY, Patrick of Albany New York State USA, power of attorney to Jacob William SMITH of Pt Adelaide, to claim real and personal estate owing to him under the will of his late brother, Edward MURPHY, principally Section 275 Hundred of Alma 14/ 9/1868 Deposit 148/1869

MURPHY, Elizabeth widow Humphrey Springs 1873 Memorial 233/265

No 2

MURPHY, Edward farmer Tatiara. Hundred of Tatiara land grant 1884 Grant Book 7 Page 12 County Buckingham

No 3

MURPHY, Edward farmer Murrimbum, had died by 1903. Executors – Daniel O’Leary farmer Mt Gambier and Patrick SCANLON farmer Murrimbum Grant Book 30 Page 208 County Grey

MURPHY, Elizabeth widow Kapunda [probably daughter of the late John RODGERS of St Johns near Kapunda] 1867[-1886] Memorials 213/208, 195/242

No 1

MURPHY, Francis Bishop of Adelaide, died 26/4/1858, of consumption, aged 63 Application 11707

MURPHY, Francis RC Bishop of Adelaide, died c1858. Income from invested money in trust to his sister, Mary Theresa Murphy, and his housekeeper, Winifred Catherine WILEY, during their lifetimes and then other provisions for when either one of them died Memorial 61/137

No 1 - likely to be the same person

MURPHY, Honora widow Hundred of Barossa. Hundred of Barossa land grant 1852 Grant Book 1 Page 35 County Adelaide

MURPHY, Honora widow Hundred of Barossa 1854 Memorial 173/73 Widow Saddleworth 1854 Memorial 167/74

MURPHY, Honora widow of the Light River near Tothill Creek 1863 Memorial 26/190

MURPHY, Honora widow Tothill Creek 1865 Memorial 57/206

MURPHY, Honora widow Hundred of Saddleworth 1876 Memorial 72/288

MURPHY, Honora widow Narridy, died 1880. Mother of Daniel Murphy farmer Narridy Memorial 245/335

MURPHY, Honora widow Gulnare South. Mother of Daniel Murphy the Elder farmer Gulnare South/Narridy, with sons called James Murphy aged 20, Richard Murphy aged 17 and Daniel Murphy the Younger aged 15. She also had a niece, Mary RAWLINS wife of James Rawlins farmer Yorke Peninsula 1881 Applications 18907 & 18908

No 1

MURPHY, James farmer Thebarton [Hundred of Munno Para land purchase] 1849 Memorial 80/14

MURPHY, James farmer Gawler Plains 1854 Memorial 454/66

MURPHY, James farmer formerly of the Gawler Plains but now of the Hundred of Belvidere 1858 Memorial 248/144

MURPHY, James farmer Moppa 1861 Memorial 96/179

No 2

MURPHY, James gentleman Adelaide 1854[-1855] Enrolment 94/24

No 3 - perhaps a continuation of No 2

MURPHY, James gentleman formerly of Sydney but then of Adelaide, died c 1856. Amongst the bequests, £1,100 to be kept in trust for John James Murphy 'an infant'. Executors: Anne BOURKE spinster and Thomas KELLY licensed victualler Adelaide Memorial 81/112

MURPHY, James of Swan St, Sydney NSW [probably earlier of Adelaide], died 1/9/1856. Ann BOURKE spinster Adelaide and Thomas KELLY licensed victualler Adelaide settled his estate, for the benefit of John James Murphy, born 14/7/1852, when he turned 21. JJ Murphy gentleman formerly of Adelaide but then of Sydney NSW, turned 21 in 1873 Memorial 37/276

MURPHY, James m Anne nee BOURKE. By 14/7/1852, they were in Sydney NSW, where their eldest son, John James Murphy, was born. The family came to SA in 1854, living first on the West Park Lands. James Murphy gentleman Union St, Adelaide, died c1856. John James Murphy left home c1871, to live partly with Thomas KELLY gentleman Waymouth St, Adelaide, and partly on Mt Gipps Station NSW. His mother, Anne Murphy, had remarried, to Peter James HODNETT, of Union St, Adelaide. Thomas Kelly had been friendly with the family ever since they arrived in SA Application 13691

No 3 - perhaps the same person

MURPHY, James farmer Tothill Creek near Hamilton on the Light 1863 Application 4755

MURPHY, James farmer Upper Light 1864 Application 5464

MURPHY, James, Maurice and Richard farmers Tothill Creek Hundred of Neales land grant 1867 Grant Book 17 Page 189 County Eyre

MURPHY, James and Richard farmers Tothill Creek Co Light. Hundred of Apoinga land grant 1869 Grant Book 8 Page 58 County Burra

MURPHY, James farmer Upper Light Co Light. Hundred of Bundaleer land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 73 County Victoria

MURPHY, James farmer Bundaleer. Hundred of Bundaleer land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 72 County Victoria

No 4

MURPHY, James farmer Anama Co Stanley. Georgetown (Hundred of Bundaleer) township allotment land grant 1872 Grant Book 60 Page 79 County Victoria

MURPHY, James farmer Anama Co Stanley. Hundred of Narridy land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 251 County Victoria

No 5

MURPHY, James farmer Gulnare Co Victoria. South Wilmington township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 24 Page 571 County Frome

MURPHY, James farmer Gulnare. Hundred of Bundaleer land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 73 County Victoria

MURPHY, James farmer Gulnare Co Victoria. Hundred of Koolunga land grant 1881 Grant Book 55 Page 190 County Stanley

MURPHY, James shepherd Mt Bryan. Hundred of Hallett land grant 1881 Grant Book 8 Page 95 County Burra

No 5

MURPHY, James farmer near Greenock 1904 Application 24878

No 6

MURPHY, James ironworker Adelaide and Elizabeth Murphy his wife 1916 Application 26514

MURPHY, James F of Hackney 1897 Memorial 198/432

MURPHY, James Patrick farmer Gulnare. Hundred of Bundaleer land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 73 County Victoria

MURPHY, Jeremiah of Aldinga 1857 Memorial 335/129

No 1

MURPHY, John blacksmith Adelaide 1849 Memorial 336/17

MURPHY, John blacksmith Adelaide. Section 2204 Hundred of Yatala land grant 1849 Grant Book 1 Page 61 County Adelaide

No 2

MURPHY, John tanner Little Para 1853 Memorial 187/54

MURPHY, John farmer Little Para 1854 Memorial 54/65

MURPHY, John farmer Munno Para 1854 Memorial 37/71

No 3

MURPHY, John farmer Adelaide 1854 Memorial 433/64

MURPHY, John farmer Section 1436 Hundred of Belvidere 1867 Memorial 170/219

MURPHY, John farmer near Greenock Creek 1867 Memorial 134/221

MURPHY, John farmer formerly of Adelaide 1854 but now of Stockport on the Gilbert. He could not write 1867 Application 8887

No 4

MURPHY, John of Adelaide eldest son and heir at law of the late Timothy Murphy deceased 1858 Memorial 61/135

MURPHY, John farmer Kapunda eldest son and heir at law of the late Timothy Murphy farmer formerly of Gumeracha but then of Kapunda now deceased 1859 Memorial 65/154

MURPHY, John, Michael and Peter farmers Kapunda Hundred of Mudla Wirra land grant 1861 Grant Book 27 Page 249 County Gawler

MURPHY, John farmer formerly of Kapunda but now of Bungaree Vic eldest son and heir at law of the late Dora Murphy formerly widow Kapunda now deceased. Michael Murphy farmer Kapunda also mentioned 1867 Memorial 239/219

No 5

MURPHY, John farmer Tory Banks [near Macclesfield] the son and heir at law of the late Martin Murphy formerly farmer Tory Banks now deceased 1874 Memorial 150/272

MURPHY, John farmer Macclesfield eldest son and heir at law of the late Martin Murphy formerly farmer Macclesfield now deceased 1874 Memorial 151/273

No 6 - perhaps the same person

MURPHY, John mail driver Pt Adelaide 1874 Application 13583.

MURPHY, John licensed victualler Pt Adelaide 1878 Application 16803

MURPHY, John licensed victualler Pt Adelaide lent out money on mortgage 1882 Memorial 7/339

No 7 - perhaps the same person; likely continuation of No 6

MURPHY, John licensed victualler Adelaide 1887 Memorial 132/388

MURPHY, John licensed victualler Adelaide (Gilles Arms Hotel, Gilles St) 1901 Memorial 198/443

MURPHY, John gentleman Adelaide Co Adelaide. Lameroo (Hundred of Bews) township allotment land grant 1905 Grant Book 12 Page 33 County Chandos

MURPHY, John hotelkeeper Parkside linked with Robert Francis Murphy storekeeper Lameroo 1908 Grant Book 12 Page 94 County Chandos

No 8

MURPHY, John farmer Allendale North linked with Thomas Murphy farmer Grague Cloghean, Co Tipperary, Ireland 1881 Memorial 250/329

No 9

MURPHY, John butcher Mt Barker 1897 Application 23438

No 10

MURPHY, John farmer Caltowie. Hundred of Yangya land grant 1899 Grant Book 60 Page 94 County Victoria

No 11

MURPHY, John teamster Mannahill Out of Hundreds. Mannahill (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1901 Grant Book 65 Page 185 County Not named

MURPHY, John James gentleman Waymouth St, Adelaide, about to take a voyage to Sydney, power of attorney to Thomas KELLY gentleman Waymouth St, Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 24/12/1873 Deposit 289/1873

No 1 - perhaps the same person

MURPHY, John Joseph contractor Mill St, Goodwood 1893 Memorial 113/418

MURPHY, John Joseph contractor Hindmarsh 1902 Memorial 13/445

MURPHY, John Joseph contractor Richard St, Hindmarsh 1902 Application 24453

No 2

MURPHY, John Joseph labourer formerly of Armagh near Clare but now of Curramulka 1936 Memorial 37/510

MURPHY, JP bank manager Kooringa 1924 Memorial 194/503

No 1

MURPHY, Luke auctioneer Adelaide 1855[-1863] Memorial 294/97

MURPHY, Luke auctioneer Adelaide 1859 Application 285

MURPHY, Luke auctioneer Adelaide Hundred of Kapunda land grant 1862 Grant Book 44 Page 136 County Light

No 2

MURPHY, Luke labourer Allen Creek 1871 Application 11461

MURPHY, Luke farmer Allendale 1873 Application 13046

No 1

MURPHY, Martin farmer Bugle Ranges 1853[-1854] Memorial 317/49

MURPHY, Martin farmer Tory Bank Macclesfield 1853[-1855] Memorial 434/82

No 2

MURPHY, Martin labourer Angaston 1867 Application 8407

No 1

MURPHY, Mary spinster formerly of Goolwa but now of Flinders St, Adelaide 1889 Memorial 24/400

MURPHY, Mary spinster, formerly of Goolwa, but now of Flinders St, Adelaide, power of attorney to James O’CONNELL physician and surgeon Adelaide, to undertake her duties as executrix of the will of Sarah YOUNG widow Goolwa 24/10/1889 Deposit 126/1889

No 1

MURPHY, Michael farmer near Kapunda 1867 Memorial 239/219

MURPHY, Michael farmer formerly of near Kapunda but now of Alma Plains 1881 Memorial 195/336

No 2

MURPHY, Michael licensed victualler Exmouth Hotel Saddleworth 1879[-1880] Memorial 185/316

No 3

MURPHY, Michael newspaper proprietor Bordertown and Mary Murphy his wife 1880 Application 18298

No 1

MURPHY, Michael George accountant Adelaide 1927[-1937] Memorial 120/498

No 1

MURPHY, Patrick and Peter farmers Kapunda 1858 Memorial 120/134

No 2 - perhaps the same person

MURPHY, Patrick labourer Salisbury and Eliza Murphy his wife 1869 Application 9711

MURPHY, Patrick of Para Plains near Salisbury 1876 Memorial 42/288

No 3 – perhaps the same person

MURPHY, Patrick farmer Anama Plain Co Stanley Hundred of Narridy land grant 1879 Grant Book 60 Page 258 County Victoria

MURPHY, Patrick farmer Narridy 1881 Memorial 233/330

MURPHY, Patrick farmer Narridy. Hundred of Narridy land grant 1881 Grant Book 60 Page 259 County Victoria

No 4

MURPHY, Patrick farmer Georgetown 1880[-1884] Memorial 194/338

No 5

MURPHY, Patrick labourer Millbrook 1898 Application 23569

No 6

MURPHY, Patrick labourer Macclesfield and Catherine Murphy his wife 1948 Memorial 57/523

MURPHY, Patrick J district clerk Mallala 1913 Memorial 47/468

No 1

MURPHY, Peter farmer Adelaide 1854 Memorial 269/64

MURPHY, Peter farmer formerly of Adelaide 1854 but now of near Stockport on the Gilbert 1864. Likely to be a relative of Michael Murphy farmer Mt Pleasant near Kapunda Application 4872

No 2 - likely to be the same person

MURPHY, Peter labourer Kooringa 1863 Memorial 61/190

MURPHY, Peter yeoman Kooringa Pt Gawler land purchase 1864 Memorial 127/194

No 3

MURPHY, Peter gentleman Sturt St, Adelaide 1880[-1882] Memorial 1482/323

No 1

MURPHY, Raymond Arthur butcher Tea Tree Gully 1952[-1955] Memorial 84/527, Application 29110

MURPHY, Raymond Arthur formerly butcher Modbury now retired butcher 29 William St, Tea Tree Gully 1975, linked with Bruce William Murphy formerly butcher Modbury now motel proprietor 140 Jubilee Highway West, Mt Gambier Application 29917

No 1

MURPHY, Richard bootmaker Unley 1849 Memorial 24/20

MURPHY, Richard formerly bootmaker Unley, became a bankrupt in 1854 Memorial 222/79

No 2

MURPHY, Richard farmer Hundred of Waterloo 1873 Memorial 221/267

No 1

MURPHY, Robert shoemaker Adelaide 1847 Memorial 232/10

No 2

MURPHY, Robert clerk Pt Adelaide 1891 Memorial 138/408

No 1

MURPHY, Robert Francis storekeeper Lameroo. Lameroo (Hundred of Lameroo) township allotment land grant 1905[-1909] Grant Book 12 Page 33 County Chandos

MURPHY, Robert Francis of Lameroo trustee Lameroo Institute 1909 Grant Book 12 Page 38 County Chandos

MURPHY, Kate married woman Lameroo. Hundred of Bews land grant 1909 Grant Book 12 Page 5 County Chandos

MURPHY, Terence of Hookina 1885 Memorial 85/372

MURPHY, Thaddeus and William farmers Steelton on the Dirty Light 1881 Application 18605

MURPHY, Thomas Burton printer Adelaide 1860 Memorial 346/173

No 1

MURPHY, Thomas Francis storekeeper's assistant Clare [probably in the business of PP Gillen] 1896 Memorial 236/429

MURPHY, Thomas Francis formerly storekeeper's assistant Clare but now retired 65 Acton St, Hurlstone Park NSW 1929 Memorial 41/501

No 1

MURPHY, Timothy farmer Mt Barker 1847[-1849] Memorial 335/17

No 2 - likely to be the same person; perhaps a continuation of No 1

MURPHY, Timothy farmer Blumberg 1850 Memorial 31/99

MURPHY, Timothy farmer Eastern Sources of the Torrens 1851 Memorial 73/33

MURPHY, Timothy farmer Gumeracha 1854[-1855] Hundred of Kapunda land purchase Memorial 120/67

MURPHY, Timothy Murphy, died 20/8/1857 intestate. His widow, Dorah Murphy, inherited Sections 1517, 1518 and 1519 Hundred of Kapunda. She died 5/10/1866 intestate also. Her son, Michael Murphy farmer Alma Plains 1881, inherited the estate as heir at law Application 18876

MURPHY, Dora widow of Timothy Murphy farmer Kapunda gave information. They married in March 1829, in Co Clare, Ireland. Timothy Murphy died 20/8/1857 intestate, at Kapunda. His eldest son, John Murphy farmer of Section 1516, Kapunda, was his heir at law Deposit 181/1859

MURPHY, Dora widow Kapunda 1860[-1864] Memorial 326/165

No 3

MURPHY, Timothy Roman Catholic Dean of Mt Gambier 1881 Application 18148

No 1

MURPHY, William tailor Adelaide 1849 Memorial 3/15

MURPHY, William tailor now or formerly of Adelaide [Did he remove to Richmond?] 1860 Memorial 268/165

No 2

MURPHY, William joiner Adelaide 1850 Memorial 139/19

No 3

MURPHY, William labourer Alberton 1850 Memorial 406/20

No 4

MURPHY, William farmer Saddleworth 1864 Memorial 177/198

MURPHY, Mary widow Steelton, widow of William Murphy the Elder farmer Steelton on the Dirty Light, who died 31/1/1880. Children - Thaddeus, William Murphy the Younger and Johanna Murphy 1881 Application 18695

No 5

MURPHY, William farmer Yankalilla 1884 Application 20281

No 6

MURPHY, William labourer Barton St, North Adelaide 1900, said that he had worked as a driver for James HARRINGTON the Elder lime burner Prospect, between 1857 and 1873, the year of his death. James Harrington the Younger continued to employ W Murphy, who had to raise limestone from Block 30, Pt Section 373 Survey B at Prospect, on and off until 1893. The Harringtons had their home, together with lime kilns and yards, and garden and hay paddock on Block 22. A limestone quarry also existed on this Block. William Murphy could not write Application 23960

No 7

MURPHY, William farmer Allendale near Kapunda 1903[-1907] Memorial 69/449

MURPHY, William retired farmer 74 Seventh Ave, St Peters, aged 75 on 10/2/1941, declared he had retired 4 years earlier after spending a lifetime farming at Allen Creek Application 28287

MURPHY, William Joseph coachman Glenelg 1877 Application 16071

MURPHY, William Thomas watchmaker and jeweller Adelaide (Rundle St) 1910 Memorial 105/463

MURRALL, John brickmaker Kensington 1851 Brickmaker Mt Barker 1851[-1852] Memorials 454/34 & 455/34

No 1

MURRAY, Alexander farmer Mt Pleasant Morphett Vale 1844[-1854] Memorial 318/3

No 2

MURRAY, Alexander landowner Upper Sturt 1850 Memorial 195/27

MURRAY, Alexander gentleman Craiglee on the Sturt River 1853 Memorial 351/50

MURRAY, Alexander buscuit manufacturer Craiglee Coromandel Valley 1880 Application 18242

No 3

MURRAY, Alexander shoemaker Virginia 1866 Memorial 241/208

MURRAY, Alexander shoemaker [formerly of Virginia but now of] Kensington 1866 Memorial 228/211

No 1

MURRAY, Alexander Borthwick farmer Mt Crawford 1847 Memorial 123/10

MURRAY, Alexander Borthwick sheep farmer Murray Vale Barossa Special Survey 1853 Memorial 252/57

MURRAY, Alexander Borthwick sheep farmer Reedy Creek 1855 Memorial 355/87

MURRAY, Alexander Borthwick gentleman Parkside 1862 Application 3242

MURRAY, Alexander Borthwick Esquire Glen Osmond 1862 Memorial 164/189

MURRAY, Alexander Borthwick Esquire Murray Park 1867 Memorial 111/227

MURRAY, Alexander Borthwick Esquire MP Magill, declared that he was distantly related to the late Sir James MALCOLM formerly of Burnfoot, Scotland, and resided near his home from his infancy until he emigrated to SA in 1839. Sir James Malcolm had two sons - William Olliver Malcolm and Pulteney Malcolm, who lived with their father constantly. Oliver Keble RICHARDSON Under Secretary for the Province Adelaide also lived near the residence of Sir James Malcolm, from 1808 until he emigrated to SA in 1838. Application 4546

No 1

MURRAY, Alexander Borthwick Cowan farmer Penong Penong (Hundred of Burgoyne) township allotment land grant 1906 Grant Book 41 Page 13 County Kintore

MURRAY, Marion married woman Penong Penong (Hundred of Burgoyne) township allotment land grant 1897 Grant Book 41 Page 13 County Kintore

MURRAY, Andrew Gilbert butcher Hergott Springs Out of Hundreds. Marree (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1887 Grant Book 65 Page 154 County Not named

No 1

MURRAY, Alexander James of Mt Crawford 1887 Memorial 193/384

MURRAY, Alexander James stockholder Mt Crawford 1908[-1909] Memorial 115/460

MURRAY, Alexander James stockholder Mt Crawford. Hundred of Para Wirra land grant 1916 Grant Book 1 Page 188 County Adelaide

No 1

MURRAY, Alexander Scott gentleman Wirrabara 1874 Memorial 13/281

MURRAY, Alexander Scott sheepfarmer Wirrabara. Trustee Institute Laura Laura (Hundred of Booyoolie) township allotment land grant 1879 Grant Book 60 Page 456 County Victoria

MURRAY, Alick J overseer Mt Crawford 1880 Memorial 127/321

No 1

MURRAY, Andrew printer Adelaide (Rundle St) 1848 Memorial 407/12

MURRAY, Andrew gentleman formerly of Adelaide now of the province of Victoria 1853 Memorial 242/64

MURRAY, Andrew printer formerly of Adelaide but now of Melbourne Vic 1854 Memorial 408/66

No 2

MURRAY, Andrew , founding trustee of the Presbyterian Chapel, Section 591 Hundred of Barossa Application 25593

MURRAY, Andrew Borthwick Esquire Tungkillo Mt Torrens 1856 Memorial 9/114

No 1

MURRAY, Andrew John gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now of Pt Lincoln 1854 Memorial 425/72

MURRAY, Andrew John Esquire Pt Lincoln 1855 Memorial 76/130

MURRAY, Andrew John Esquire Pt Lincoln Hundred of Lincoln land grant 1855 Grant Book 21 Page 1 County Flinders

MURRAY, Arthur Ferguson gentleman Lawlers WA assigned his share in the estate of the late AB Murray apportioned as stated to Esther GALT widow Magill, Margaret Tinline Murray spinster Magill, George John Robert Murray solicitor Magill, Charlotte Mary DOWNER wife of Frank Hagger Downer solicitor Osmond Tce, Norwood and John Stanley Murray gentleman Knightsbridge 1905 Memorial 180/452

MURRAY, AJ of Ravendale Pt Lincoln 1857 Memorial 196/126

MURRAY, AS of Wirrabara 1868 Memorial 142/235

MURRAY, Bill architect Unley Park changed his name to Bill Hope Murray 1922 Memorial 198/484

No 1

MURRAY, David merchant formerly of Adelaide but at present temporarily residing out of the said province of SA 1872 Memorial 128/260

MURRAY, David and TURNBULL, James Thomson merchants Adelaide 1877 Application 16295

MURRAY, David Esquire Adelaide, and William Macintosh Murray merchants Adelaide partners in the firm of D & W Murray 1879 Memorial 40/318

MURRAY, David Esquire Adelaide, and William Macintosh Murray formerly of Adelaide, now of parts beyond the sea wholesale drapers and importers Adelaide 1885 Enrolment 20/54.

MURRAY, David merchant formerly of Adelaide, late of 28 Finsbury St, London, and 30 Pembridge Square, Bayswater, Middlesex, England, died 6/1/1907. His executors gave power of attorney to John GORDON, John TASSIE and Aldam Murr PETTINGER merchants Adelaide, to administer his estate throughout Australia 18/2/1907 Deposit 38/1907

MURRAY, EA overseer Snowtown 1892 Memorial 40/414

No 1

MURRAY, Eliza Sarah Emily widow Glenelg 1902 Memorial 31/446

MURRAY, Eliza Sarah Emily widow of parts beyond the seas formerly Eliza Sarah Emily BLYTH spinster. A beneficiary from the will of the late Neville Blyth formerly of Edinburgh, Scotland, but now deceased 1910 Memorial 173/462

No 1

MURRAY, George builder Adelaide 1854[-1877] Memorial 320/70

MURRAY, George builder North Adelaide 1875 Application 14324

MURRAY, George builder North Adelaide 1876 Memorial 63/291

MURRAY, George builder Malvern 1883 Application 19962

No 1 - probably George Hotspur Murray

MURRAY, George labourer Adelaide 1839 Application 13012

MURRAY, George farmer Black Forest 1846[-1851] Memorial 433/6

MURRAY, George Hotspur storekeeper Edwardstown 1850 Memorial 465/26 Storekeeper Hammersmith 1852 Memorial 254/50 Now absent from the province 1853 Memorial 281/48

MURRAY, George Hotspur storekeeper formerly of Hammersmith near Adelaide but now absent therefrom appointed his wife Elizabeth Murray of Hammersmith to act for him during his absence 1854 Memorial 61/67

MURRAY, George Hotspur storekeeper South Road 1854 Memorial 214/78

MURRAY, George Hotspur storekeeper Section 219 Hundred of Nuriootpa 1856 Memorial 161/104

MURRAY, George Hotspur farmer Freeling 1868 Memorial 93/230

MURRAY, George Hotspur gentleman Jamestown 1878 Memorial 86/311

MURRAY, George Marriott out of business Norwood 1893 Memorial 23/420

No 1

MURRAY, Henry Walter mechanic Pt Adelaide 1854 Memorial 282/65

MURRAY, Henry Walter [formerly mechanic Pt Adelaide but now] builder Queenstown 1855[-1859] Memorial 72/85

MURRAY, Horace Inkster and Leonard Robert Murray labourers Milang 1913 Memorial 168/468, Application 26220

MURRAY, Hugh labourer Adelaide 1890 Memorial 184/402

No 1

MURRAY, James waterman Pt Adelaide 1858 Memorial 343/147

No 2

MURRAY, James storekeeper Aldinga 1865 Application 7016

MURRAY, James storekeeper Aldinga 1868 Memorial 246/234

MURRAY, James storekeeper Sellick's Hill 1872 Application 12376

MURRAY, James Lawler shoemaker Alberton 1855[-1857] Memorial 199/84

No 1 - likely to be the same person

MURRAY, James R of Kangaroo Island 1880 Memorial 19/328

MURRAY, James Richard of Cygnet River Kangaroo Island 1882 Memorial 48/346

MURRAY, JR of Pt Adelaide 1868 Memorial 111/389

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

MURRAY, John sheep farmer Murray Vale 1855 Memorial 18/89

MURRAY, John the Elder of Murray Vale Mt Crawford. Mt Crawford Presbyterian Church trustee 1868 Memorial 230/235

MURRAY, John the Elder gentleman Murray Vale near Mt Crawford, died 13/9/1886. Executors of his will; his widow Alison Murray of Mt Crawford, also his son John Murray the Younger gentleman formerly of Mt Crawford but then of Eden Valley; also the testator's brother Alexander Borthwick Murray MLC Murray Park near Magill Memorial 237/382

MURRAY, John the Younger of Murray Murray Park South Rhine. Mt Crawford Presbyterian Church trustee 1868 Memorial 230/235

No 2

MURRAY, John gentleman Fowler Bay linked with William Murray nurseryman Glen Osmond 1877 Memorial 129/301

MURRAY, John gentleman Fowler Bay 1882 Application 19459

No 3 – perhaps the same person

MURRAY, John station manager Wirrabara trustee Institute Wirrabara Hundred of Appila land grant 1885 Grant Book 24 Page 512 County Frome

MURRAY, John sheepstation manager Waukaringa Waukaringa township allotment land grant 1889 Grant Book 45 Page 4 County Lytton

No 4

MURRAY, John blacksmith Stockport 1899 Memorial 115/437

MURRAY, John Campbell of Bimbowrie 1872 Memorial 80/261

MURRAY, John Linley stockholder Rhine Park near Eden Valley, MURRAY, James Elliott stockholder Kongolia and MURRAY, Walter Scott stockholder Cappeedee 1917 Application 26586

MURRAY, John Stanley solicitor Adelaide 1912 Memorial 156/471

No 1

MURRAY, Joseph Robert engineer Pt Adelaide 1854 Memorial 454/68

MURRAY, Joseph Robert mechanic Pt Adelaide 1854 Memorial 331/77

MURRAY, Joseph Robert licensed victualler Pt Adelaide 1868 Memorial 22/229

MURRAY, Joseph Robert licensed victualler Adelaide 1871 Memorial 94/253

MURRAY, Joseph Robert engineer Adelaide 1872 Memorial 240/262

MURRAY, Joseph Robert engineer formerly of Queenstown 1856 but now of Adelaide 1875 Application 14080

MURRAY, Joseph Robert licensed victualler Adelaide had a financial interest in the Corio Hotel at Goolwa 1878 Memorial 237/313

MURRAY, JR publican Terminus Hotel Adelaide 1884 Application 20078

MURRAY, Kate domestic servant North Adelaide 1891 Memorial 187/408

No 1

MURRAY, Mary widow Burwash Rd, Marryatville 1898 Memorial 38/436

MURRAY, Mary widow of Alexander Murray labourer Burwash Rd, Marryatville, died 11/8/1898, of senile decay and bronchitis, aged 70. She was a poor and elderly woman who had to be hospitalised when the Kensington & Norwood Council found that her cottage was unfit for human habitation. The Council repaired the cottage in return for owning the land once Mrs Murray had died. She died soon after returning to the cottage. The Council paid her funeral expenses. The Council spent £16/10/3 on doing up the cottage and then sold it for £30 on 30/8/1898, 'what they considered a fair offer for the property', to Ernest Charles SAUNDERS sharebroker Royal Exchange, King William St, Adelaide. He sold the property again to Jabez Pearson ORCHARD woolbroker Adelaide for £50 in 1902 Application 27595

MURRAY, Norman Maurice railway servant Pt Lincoln 1927 Memorial 134/497

MURRAY, Patrick well sinker Walkerville 1888 Application 21457

MURRAY, Peter Albany baker Coromandel Valley 1861 Application 2341

No 1

MURRAY, Pulteney Malcolm farmer Glen Turret North Rhine 1853 Memorial 444/59

MURRAY, Pulteney Malcolm sheep farmer Glen Turret near Truro 1855[-1864] Memorial 356/87

MURRAY, Pulteney Malcolm sheep farmer Glen Turret Hundred of North Rhine 1869 Memorial 16/237

MURRAY, Pulteney Malcolm farmer Glen Turret near Truro 1869 Memorial 16/243

MURRAY, Pulteney Malcolm gentleman Glen Turret 1874 Application 13409

No 1 - FIND Death of Robert Murray.

MURRAY, Robert labourer Adelaide 1845 Memorial 378/4

MURRAY, Robert bricklayer Adelaide 1848 Memorial 486/11

MURRAY, Robert carpet weaver Aberdeen, served his apprenticeship with Messrs Alexander Haddon & Sons woollen manufacturers Aberdeen. R Murray and Isabel IMLAY daughter of the late Hugh Imlay shoemaker Aberdeen m 26/11/1830 St John Aberdeen, Co Aberdeen, Scotland. Children - George Murray b c1832, Jane Murray b c1834 and another daughter who died in infancy. The Murray family emigrated to New Zealand c1840 and then emigrated to Adelaide SA. Mrs Murray was a sister to John Imlay moulder Aberdeen, aged 40 in 1855 Deposit 233/1855

MURRAY, Robert yeoman Mitcham 1848 Memorial 104/12

No 2

MURRAY, Robert stone mason Bay Road 1850 Memorial 158/21

No 3 - perhaps a continuation of No 2

MURRAY, Robert builder Pt Adelaide 1852[-1853] Memorial 341/39

MURRAY, Robert carpenter Pt Adelaide 1854 Memorial 128/70

MURRAY, Robert builder Alberton 1855 Memorial 368/81

MURRAY, Robert builder Pt Adelaide 1858 Application 47

MURRAY, Robert builder Portland Estate and Mary Ann Murray his wife. Parents of Henry Murray. Charles and James ADAMS somehow linked with this family 1860 Memorial 24/269

MURRAY, Robert builder Pt Adelaide. Foundation trustee Presbyterian Church Pt Adelaide 1857, died c1862 Norwood

Application 19149

MURRAY, Robert builder Portland Estate, died 14/7/1860 of kidney disease, aged 44. Hugh QUIN harbour master Pt Adelaide was his friend Application 17655

MURRAY, Mary Ann widow Port Bridge 1875, relict of the late Robert Murray formerly builder Portland Estate 1858. Henry Murray was a son Application 14149

No 4

MURRAY, Robert engineer Pt Adelaide 1854 Memorial 454/68

MURRAY, Thomas farmer Currency Creek 1845 Memorial 429/4

No 1

MURRAY, William gardener Glen Osmond 1850 Memorial 114/21

MURRAY, William nurseryman Glen Osmond 1868 Memorial 17/235

MURRAY, William nurseryman Glen Osmond 1877 Memorial 200/298

MURRAY, William gentleman Glen Osmond, died 18/10/1901, of cerebral haemorrhage aged 81 Application 26559

No 2

MURRAY, William carpenter Mt Barker 1857[-1858] Application 22015

No 3

MURRAY, William surveyor Adelaide 1857 Application 8311

MURRAY, William civil engineer Kensington 1860 Memorial 87/162

MURRAY, William civil engineer Adelaide 1860 Memorial 21/167

MURRAY, William licensed surveyor Pt Lincoln Hundred of Lincoln land grant 1864 Grant Book 21 Page 1 County Flinders

MURRAY, William formerly surveyor Adelaide 1857 but now civil engineer Pt Lincoln 1867 Application 8311

MURRAY, Elizabeth Charlotte Watkins formerly BISHOP, wife of William Murray surveyor Kensington and a beneficiary under the will of the late John Bishop of Pt Lincoln 1869 Memorial 176/242

MURRAY, William surveyor North Kensington and Adelaide and Elizabeth Charlotte Watkins Murray his wife. She was entitled to a share in the real and personal estate of the late John Bishop of Pt Lincoln 1869 Memorial 176 Book 242, Application 10628

MURRAY, Elizabeth Charlotte Watkins, daughter of John BISHOP of Pt Lincoln, died 4/5/1880 place unstated. Their family as of 1925 - Mary Edith Sarah Stodart widow, Esther Elizabeth Bishop Sykes wife of George Robert Sykes farmer, John Lincoln Murray retired draper all of Masterton, New Zealand Application 27361

No 4

MURRAY, WIlliam clerk in holy orders Lyndoch Valley 1860 Memorial 210/168

MURRAY, William clerk in holy orders Lyndoch Valley 1863 Memorial 52/198

MURRAY, William clerk in holy orders Lyndoch Valley, about to depart the province for some time, power of attorney to Edward William PRICE gentleman Gawler, to manage his SA business affairs 21/1/1863 Deposit 255/1864

MURRAY, William clerk in holy orders formerly of Lyndoch Valley but now of Melbourne Vic 1864 Memorial 42/198

No 5

MURRAY, William farmer Linwood 1871 Memorial 109/252

No 6

MURRAY, William gentleman Huntly, Co Aberdeen, Scotland, power of attorney to James SMITH Esquire Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 10/1/1888 Deposit 21/1888

MURRAY, WA clerk Kapunda 1899 Memorial 178/438

MURRAY, Will Ellis jeweller Tranmere Park 1947 Memorial 41/522

MURRAY, William David tailor Pt Adelaide 1891 Memorial 172/410

No 1

MURRAY, William Mackintosh merchant Adelaide 1864 Memorial 198/197

MURRAY, William Mackintosh draper Adelaide 1873 Memorial 32/268

MURRAY, William Priestley of Adelaide 1918 Memorial 81/477

MURRIE, George J clerk Adelaide 1912[-1914] Memorial 148/466

MURRIE, James S district clerk Georgetown 1894 Memorial 6/423

No 1 - the Elder and the Younger

MURRIE, Peter bricklayer Meadows 1857 Memorial 157/134

MURRIE, Peter formerly bricklayer 1857 but now storekeeper Meadows 1870 Application 11074

MURRIE, Peter and T storekeepers The Meadows 1871[-1874] Memorial 76/256

MURRIE, Peter storekeeper Meadows 1872 Meadows Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee Application 12431

MURRIE, Peter storekeeper Meadows, died 1873. He left the whole of his estate in trust to his wife, Mary Murrie nee CURRIE, during her widowhood, then to his children in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant. His wife and James MURRAY storekeeper Aldinga to be the trustees Memorial 23/267

MURRIE, Peter storekeeper Georgetown Co Victoria. Farina (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 65 Page 77 County Not named

MURRIE, Peter storekeeper formerly of Meadows but now of Georgetown 1883 Memorial 123/356

MURRIE, Thomas of Caltowie 1889 Memorial 77/397

MURRIN, Theodore Lionel investor 4 Randolph St, Thebarton 1949 Memorial 12/524

MURTON, Elliot civil servant Penola 1904 Application 24762

MURTON, William farmer Bute trustee unnamed Chapel and School 1886 Grant Book 15 Page 2 County Daly

MUSGRAVE, A the Younger Private Secretary to Anthony Musgrave Esquire Governor and Commander in Chief in and over HM province of SA 1877 Memorial 29/302

No 1

MUSGRIFF, Martin labourer Pt Adelaide 1849 Memorial 74/14

MUSGRIFF, Martin labourer Section 407 near Tam O’Shanter Plains 1850 Memorial 276/25

MUSGRIFF, Martin labourer Cheltenham 1851 Memorial 121/36

MUSGRIFF, Martin labourer Woodville 1860 Application 1573

MUSGRIFF, Martin carter Cheltenham 1873 Application 12911

MUSGRIFF, Martin gentleman Woodville 1881 Memorial 161/334

MUSK, Charles Henri plumber Adelaide 1867 Memorial 28/223

No 1

MUSKETT, Mary Ann spinster New Glenelg. Mother of Emma Morland JAFFREY. Linked with Archibald Jaffrey Esquire Glenelg and John Smalt Jaffrey merchant Adelaide (Hindley St). £125 annuity to be paid to her during her lifetime 'in consideration of past services rendered' 1855 Memorial 85/93

MUSKETT, Mary Ann spinster formerly of New Glenelg late of La Vien St Helens, Ryde, Hants, England, died 21/9/1871 Application 24656

MUSSARED, Joseph engineer Pt Pirie 1878 Memorial 123/310

No 1

MUSSARED, William of Semaphore 1876 Memorial 83/287

MUSSARED, William water contractor Semaphore Rd, Semaphore1881 Application 18726

MUSSON, Daniel Richard labourer Albert Park 1918[-1925] Memorial 79/476

No 1

MUSSON, James R clerk to CW PRIEST licensed land broker Adelaide 1920 Application 26931

MUSSON, James Richard out of business Walkerville Rd, East Adelaide 1925 linked with Mary Musson spinster Pt Adelaide Application 27327

No 1

MUSSON, Joseph storeman Alberton 1874 Application 13999

MUSSON, Joseph storeman Pt Adelaide 1893 Application 22574

MUSSON, Joseph carrier Alberton 1898 Application 23528

MUSSON, Joseph out of business Alberton 1911 Application 25968.

MUSSON, Joseph boot repairer Queen St, Alberton, was a cripple who used a shed next to his home to carry on his trade. He bought the allotment and built his home there in 1866. His son, Daniel Richard Musson pensioner 30 Botting St, Royal Park, aged 80 in 1956. His daughter, Amelia Georgina Musson (died 22/1/1954), married Johann Heinrich HEIER (died 8/1/1932). The Heiers had at least four children - Amelia Georgina FENTON married woman 10a New and East Sts, Queestown, aged 52 in 1956, Grace Elizabeth BLENCOWE teacher of pianoforte 28 Germein St, Semaphore, aged 58 in 1956, Dorothy Henrietta O'REGAN married woman 4a New St, Queenstown and John Joseph Heier assessor 13 Rosslyn Ave, Manningham Application 29220

MUSSON, Richard labourer Lipson St Pt Adelaide 1880 Application 18246 109

MUSSON, William labourer Portland Estate 1880 Application 18246

No 1

MUST, Thomas merchant Portland Vic Hundred of MacDonnell land grant 1861 Grant Book 30 Page 280 County Grey

MUST, Thomas merchant Portland Vic. He owned land in Mt Gambier 1870 Memorial 220/244

MUST, Thomas merchant Portland Vic, power of attorney to Henry Archibald PRICE bank manager Mt Gambier, to complete the legal work in the sale of several pieces of land in the Hundred of Blanche for £1,500 to Hugh Henry BARRETT merchant Mt Gambier 8/11/1881 Deposit 214/1881

MUSTARD, William Frank grazier Macclesfield 1901 Application 24119

No 1

MUSTARDE, James M surgeon Bowden 1859 Memorial 184/156

MUSTARDE, James McKay surgeon Robe Hundred of Waterhouse land grant 1863 Grant Book 50 Page 20 County Robe

No 1

MUSTER, Johann August Reinhold wheelwright Lobethal 1907 Memorial 1/525

MUSTER, Johann August Reinhold formerly wheelwright but now farmer Lobethal 1949 Application 28692

MUSTER, Wilhelm farmer Harrogate 1886 Application 21054

MUSTER, Wilhelm Edwin farmer Rosenthal. St Martin's Lutheran Church Rosenthal trustee 1929 Memorial 19/502

MUTCH, Robert labourer Kapunda 1859 Application 924

No 1 - perhaps the same person

MUTH, Gustav baker Goodwood 1884 Memorial 172/357

MUTH, Gustav Adolph out of business Hyde Park 1892 Memorial 31/412

MUTTER, Henry of Saint's Station [Hundred of Balaklava?] 1899 Memorial 42/439

MUTTON, Arthur James bootmaker Pt Lincoln 1920 Memorial 167/481

MUTTON, CH solicitor Adelaide 1942 Memorial 33/523

No 1

MUTTON, David butcher Angaston 1853[-1871] Memorial 336/57

MUTTON, David formerly butcher Angaston 1853 but now carrier Penrice near Angaston 1862 Application 3447

MUTTON, David butcher formerly of Angaston 1870 but now of Hallett 1876 Application 15218

No 2 – probably a continuation of No 1

MUTTON, David butcher Yarcowie Co Victoria. Yongala (Hundred of Yongala) township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 13 Page 149 County Dalhousie

MUTTON, David butcher Yongala. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1877 Grant Book 13 Page 188 County Dalhousie

MUTTON, David Leslie storekeeper Angaston 1936 Memorial 197/509

MUTTON, Gilbert Thomas metal worker Joslin 1937 Application 28059

MUTTON, John Edward postmaster Hindmarsh 1868 Memorial 206/232 Get rid of Mitton

MUTTON, John Gartrell storekeeper Angaston 1918[-1919] Memorial 96/477, Application 26738

MUTTON, William farmer Kangarilla 1891 Application 22043

MUTTON, William Errol mercantile clerk Adelaide. Hundred of Kuitpo land grant 1916 Grant Book 2 Page 103 County Adelaide

MYAM, Mark labourer Brompton 1869 Memorial 10/237

MYATT, Ann spinster Tower Hill. Hundred of Narridy land grant 1879 Grant Book 60 Page 257 County Victoria

No 1 – perhaps the same person

MYATT, Thomas farmer Watervale 1856 Memorial 216/102

MYATT, Thomas farmer Tower Hill. Hundred of Narridy land grant 1883 Grant Book 60 Page 261 County Victoria

MYATT, Thomas the Elder farmer Georgetown. Hundred of Booyoolie land grant 1884 Grant Book 60 Page 159 County Victoria

MYER, Charles Semprinius gentleman Walkerville and Emma Myer his wife 1867 Memorial 196/226

MYERHOFF, Joseph farmer Aldinga Plains 1854 Memorial 288/76

MYERS, A bank officer Adelaide 1951 Memorial 200/526 

MYERS, Abraham assistant pawnbroker Adelaide Minlaton township allotment land grant 1877 Grant Book 19 Page 200 County Fergusson

MYERS, Annie home duties Pt Lincoln 1911 Application 25981

No 1 - Charles Henry Myers

MYERS, Charles carpenter Adelaide 1839 Memorial 166/12

MYERS, Charles Henry carpenter and joiner Adelaide also known as Charles Myers 1839 Application 28176

MYERS, Charles Henry carpenter Adelaide 1848 Memorial 196/12

MYERS, Daisy Gertrude spinster Pt Lincoln 1928[-1940] Memorial 23/500

No 1

MYERS, Daniel sheepfarmer Oaklands trustee Institute Bramfield Bramfield (Hundred of Ward) township allotment land grant 1882 Grant Book 48 Page 4 County Musgrave

MYERS, Daniel and Francis farmers near Elliston linked with Anna Meyers wife of Daniel Robert Myers of near Elliston 1897 Memorial 117/432

No 1

MYERS, Daniel Robert of Oaklands near Elliston 1886[-1890] Memorial 127/375

MYERS, DR farmer Oaklands Elliston linked with Robert Myers of Lake Wangary 1899 Memorial 146/439

MYERS, Daniel Robert farmer and grazier Oaklands near Elliston 1908[-1926] Memorial 168/458, Application 27206

MYERS, Daniel Robert farmer Oaklands near Elliston linked with Robert Lincoln Myers farmer Mt Hope 1926 Memorial 108/496

MYERS, Daniel Robert retired farmer Pt Lincoln 1921 Application 27023

MYERS, Daniel Robert gentleman Pt Lincoln 1921 Memorial 96/484

No 1

MYERS, Edmund Herbert Atherton storekeeper Hergott Springs Out of Hundreds. Marree (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1884 Grant Book 65 Page 137 County Not named

MYERS, Edmund Herbert Atherton storekeeper Hergott Springs. Trustee Cemetery Marree Marree (Out of Hundreds) township suburban allotment land grant 1887 Grant Book 65 Page 154 County Not named

No 1

MYERS, Edward law stationer Adelaide (Rosina St) 1851 Memorial 210/31

No 2

MYERS, Edward, Frederick and John farmers Mt Hope linked with Thomas Myers farmer formerly of the Hundred of Kiana Co Musgrave 1886 Memorial 189/376

MYERS, Edward, Frederick and John sheep farmers Mt Hope 1888 Memorial 182/389

MYERS, Edward sheep farmer Mt Hope and Sarah Ann Myers his wife formerly Sarah Ann GERMEIN 1887 Memorial 138/388

MYERS, Edward farmer Coulta 1901 Memorial 158/444

No 1

MYERS, Francis farmer Elliston. Trustee Institute Elliston Elliston (Hundred of Ward) township allotment land grant 1884 Grant Book 48 Page 44 County Musgrave

MYERS, Francis of Nationdale near Elliston 1886 Memorial 156/375

MYERS, Francis farmer Hundred of Ward Co Musgrave near Elliston 1886[-1891] Memorial 120/381

No 2

MYERS, Frederick farmer Hundred of Kiana linked with Thomas Myers farmer formerly of the same place 1886 Memorial 186/376

MYERS, Frederick of the Hundred of Kiana linked with Robert Daniel Myers of Oaklands near Elliston 1888 Memorial 86/391

No 1 – perhaps the same person

MYERS, Henry butcher Appila Hundred of Appila land grant 1880 Grant Book 24 Page 503 County Frome

MYERS, Henry agent Gladstone 1887 Memorial 33/382

MYERS, Herbert Percy Henry theatre proprietor Payneham Rd, Payneham 1927 Memorial 186/496

MYERS, John Haley butcher Mallala Owen township allotment land grant 1881 Grant Book 27 Page 444 County Gawler

No 1

MYERS, Jonas Myer merchant Adelaide and Sarah Myers his wife 1861 Memorial 196/177

MYERS, Jonas Myer draper Adelaide 1859[-1862] Memorial 254/148

MYERS, Jonas Myer formerly wholesale draper Adelaide 1861 now fancy warehouseman Brisbane Qld and Sarah Myers his wife 1876 Application 15440

MYERS, Jonas Myer importer Brisbane Qld 1878 Application 16870

No 1

MYERS, Robert blacksmith Pt Lincoln 1856 Memorial 329/102

MYERS, Robert yeoman Pt Lincoln 1857 Memorial 223/120

MYERS, Robert formerly yeoman Pt Lincoln 1855 but now farmer Tumby Bay 1877 Application 16442

MYERS, Robert farmer Tumby Bay Hundred of Lake Wangary land grant 1878 Grant Book 177 Page 178 County Flinders

MYERS, Robert farmer Tumby Bay 1879 Memorial 170/317

MYERS, Robert farmer Lake Wangary Hundred of Lake Wangary land grant 1879[-1884] Grant Book 177 Page 178 County Flinders

MYERS, Robert farmer near Pt Lincoln Hundred of Hutchison land grant 1884 Grant Book 21 Page 89 County Flinders

MYERS, Robert of Lake Wangary 1888 Memorial 173/389

MYERS, Robert sheep farmer Lake Wangary, Francis Myers sheep farmer Nationdale Bramfield, Edward Myers sheep farmer Mt Hope, Frederick Myers sheep farmer Mt Hope West Coast, John Myers sheep farmer Coulta West Coast and Daniel Robert Myers sheep farmer Oaklands Elliston trading under the style or firm of R Myers & Sons 1894 Memorial 97/422

MYERS, Samuel Archibald teacher Lake Plains 1874 Memorial 40/279

MYERS, John Thomas farm labourer Pt Broughton. Hundred of Mundoora land grant 1912 Grant Book 14 Page 276 County Daly

MYERS, William John fitter 17 Light Tce, Thebarton 1944 Application 28387

MYERS, William Thomas Joseph carter Light Tce, Thebarton 1944, declared that he had built a house in late 1895-early 1896 in Light Tce, Thebarton, on land he had bought some months earlier Application 28387

No 1 - perhaps the same person

MYLES, AH clerk Adelaide 1886 Memorial 204/382

MYLES, Alexander Henry Hegan bank manager Terang Vic branch of the Bank of Australasia 1899[-1907] Memorial 41/438

MYLES, Alexander Henry Hegan bank manager Dunedin New Zealand 1924 Memorial 104/491

MYLES, Alexander Henry Hegan retired bank manager Dunedin New Zealand, died 3/12/1944. Husband of Agnes Maud Myles Memorial 99/520

MYLES family members as of 1949 - Agnes Maud Myles widow Dunedin New Zealand, Henry Lindsay Brodie Myles bank clerk Putarura New Zealand, Alexander Malcolm Myles bank clerk Dunedin New Zealand, Geoffrey David M yles bank clerk Dunedin New Zealand and Donald Myles BAGSHAW gardener The Hermitage, near Houghton Memorial 174/523

No 1

MYLES, Charles Hegan farmer Morphett Vale about to marry Louisa Harriet Baillie BRODIE spinster Morphett Vale 1861. Other members of both families involved with the marriage settlement over the years included; Samuel Myles the Elder doctor of medicine Morphett Vale, Alexander Brodie the Younger gentleman Morphett Vale and Cunningham Brodie of Claremont Cottage, Morphett Vale 1877 Memorials 224/149 & 38/302

MYLES, Charles Hegan MP gentleman Morphett Vale 1874[-1879] Memorial 171/275

MYLES, Charles Hegan gentleman Morphett Vale 1867 Application 8338

MYLES, CH JP of Morphett Vale 1879 Memorial 231/314

MYLES, Charles Hegan gentleman Morphett Vale linked with the late Samuel and Eliza Myles 1889 Memorial 35/400

MYLES, Charles Hegan farmer Morphett Vale 1899. His family included - Lilla Hegan Myles, Marian Brodie Myles and Louisa Marcella Maud Myles spinsters Morphett Vale, Alexander Henry Hegan Myles Bank of Australasia branch manager Terang Vic, and Charles Lancelot Brodie Myles bank clerk Adelaide Memorial 41/438

MYLES family as of 1907 - Lilla Hegan BAGSHAW wife of William Bagshaw gardener Millbrook, Marian Brodie Myles and Louisa Marcella Maude Myles spinsters Morphett Vale, Alexander Henry Hegan Myles manager Terang Vic and Charles Lancelot Brodie Myles manager ES & A Bank Rundle St, Adelaide Memorial 102/457

MYLES family of Morphett Vale as of 1923- Marion Brodie Myles spinster Morphett Vale, Louisa Marcella Maud BARROWMAN wife of James Dunn Barrowman overseer Kingston Station; Alexander Henry Hegan Myles bank manager Duneden New Zealand and Charles Lancelot Brodie Myles vigneron Morphett Vale Memorial 172/488

MYLES family of Morphett Vale. Louisa Harriet Baillie Myles widow Morphett Vale. Family as of 1924 included: Marion Brodie Myles spinster Morphett Vale; Louisa Marcella Maud BARROWMAN wife of James Dunn Barrowman station overseer Kingston S-E; Alexander Henry Hegan Myles bank manager Dunedin New Zealand; Charles Lancelot Brodie Myles vigneron Morphett Vale. Donald Myles BRADSHAW gardener Millbrook also linked with this family. Later in 1924, the Barrowmans removed to Melton Mowbray Morphett Vale Memorials 86 & 104/491

MYLES, Louisa Harriet Baillie widow Melton Mowbray Morphett Vale, died 23/6/1930. Mother of Marion Brodie Myles spinster Melton Mowbray Morphett Vale. Alexander Henry Hegan Myles bank manager Dunedin New Zealand also mentioned Memorial 31/504

No 1

MYLES, CL proclaimed bank manager Adelaide 1915 Memorial 28/473

MYLES, Charles Lancelot Brodie formerly bank manager Adelaide but now vigneron Morphett Vale linked with Marian Brodie Myles spinster Melton Mowbray Morphett Vale. James Dunn BARROWMAN and his wife Louisa Marcella Maud Barrowman also lived at Melton Mowbray 1927 Memorial 142/498

MYLES, George baker Unley 1850 Memorial 412/19

MYLES, John agent Adelaide 1888 Memorial 28/391

No 1

MYLES, John Burgess farmer Morphett Vale linked with Samuel Myles surgeon Morphett Vale 1854 Memorial 233/79

MYLES, John Burgess gentleman Morphett Vale and his wife, Margaret MacNeilly Myles nee EWING 1856 Memorial 187/104

MYLES, John Burgess farmer Morphett Vale 1862 Application 3153

No 1

MYLES, Maria Ann [Marian] and Sophia spinsters Morphett Vale 1901 Memorial 210/444

MYLES, Marian Brodie spinster Melton Mowbray Morphett Vale 1930[-1948], died 2/1/1948. Sister to Louisa Marcella Maud BARROWMAN married woman Melton Mowbray Morphett Vale, who died 31/1/1940. Sisters to Alexander Henry Hegan Myles, who died before his sister Marian Myles Memorials 108 & 190/523

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

MYLES, Samuel doctor of medicine Adelaide 1842 Application 16479

MYLES, Samuel doctor of medicine Morphett Vale 1843 Memorial 6/3 and Eliza his wife 1844 Memorial 274/4

MYLES, Samuel the Elder Esquire Morphett Vale 1845[-1846] Memorial 357/5

MYLES, Samuel surgeon Adelaide 1847 Memorial 227/78

MYLES, Samuel surgeon formerly of Liverpool, Lancs, England now Morphett Vale and Eliza his wife 1852[-1859] Memorial 375/40

MYLES, Samuel and Myles, Charles Hegan farmers Morphett Vale Cemetery trustees 1892 Enrolment 50/54

MYLES, Samuel the Elder surgeon Morphett Vale and Samuel Myles the Younger farmer Morphett Vale 1859 Memorial 131/157

MYLES, Samuel the Younger farmer Morphett Vale 1859 Application 286

MYLES, Samuel surgeon Morphett Vale 1860 Application 1502

MYLES, Samuel the Elder surgeon of SA, died 1866. He left some of his real estate to his daughters, Sophia and Maria Ann Myles, and his son, Samuel Myles the Younger Memorial 13/209

MYLES, Samuel JP farmer Morphett Vale 1877[-1891] Memorial 102/302

MYLES, Samuel farmer Morphett Vale 1881[-1900] Memorial 173/333

MYLES, Samuel the Elder Doctor of Medicine Morphett Vale, died 3/2/1866. His wife Eliza Myles died 7/3/1861. Their son Charles Hegan Myles farmer Morphett Vale married Louisa Harriet Baillie BRODIE on 26/6/1861. They had 5 children by 1899 - Lilla Hegan Myles (married William Edward BAGSHAW on 14/8/1900 died 27/12/1917), Marian Brodie Myles (died 2/1/1948), Louisa Marcella Maud Myles (married James Dunn BARROWMAN on 1/9/1914) spinsters Morphett Vale, Alexander Henry Hegan Myles bank manager Terang Vic (died 3/12/1944 Dunedin, Otago, New Zealand, leaving his estate to his wife Agnes Maud Myles) and Charles Launcelot Brodie Myles bank clerk Adelaide. Mrs CH Myles (who died 23/6/1930, aged 93) had a brother, Alexander Brodie, who died 24/11/1907 intestate and a bachelor. He had been a trustee of he marriage settlement in 1861 Application 28831

MYMEED, Rasheed grazier Carrieton. Hundred of Eurelia land grant 1923 Grant Book 13 Page 387 County Dalhousie

No 1

MYNOTT, Edmund wheelwright Hindmarsh 1853 Memorial 400/54 Miller Salisbury 1854 Memorial 209/77

MYNOTT, Edmund miller Hindmarsh 1857 Memorial 224/129

MYREN, Eliza widow North Adelaide (Tynte St) 1862 Memorial 303/185

MYREN, John mason Macclesfield 1857 Memorial 254/118

No 1

MYRICK, Daniel Charles carpenter North Adelaide 1856 Hundred of Nangkita land grant Memorial 367/100

MYRICK, Daniel Charles carpenter formerly of North Adelaide but now of Currency Creek 1857 Memorial 331/116

MYRICK, Daniel farmer Currency Creek 1856[-1858] Memorial 54/108

MYRICK, Daniel Charles carpenter formerly of North Adelaide but then Currency Creek 1859 later farmer Currency Creek 1865 Application 6534

MYRICK, Daniel Charles steamboat owner Currency Creek 1866 Memorial 84/227

MYRICK, Ira of Currency Creek 1868 Memorial 217/265