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The following information was extracted basically 'as is' from Reg's unpublished computer working files as at c2014.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 'N*'

NACK, David grocer Kapunda 1863 Memorial 112/524

No 1 - perhaps the same person

NACKEN, H accountant Adelaide 1882 Memorial 156/341

NACKEN, Henry agent Adelaide 1883 Memorial 62/350

NADEBAUM, John C of East Adelaide 1885 Memorial 191/364

NADEBAUM, W teacher Lobethal 1872 Memorial 17/260

NADEBAUM, Wilhelm Friedrich storekeeper Wilmington 1897 Memorial 133/432

NAGEL, August of Kainton. Hundred of Clinton land grant 1884 Grant Book 14 Page 135 County Daly

NAGEL, Carl Wilhelm Heinrich farmer Clinton. Hundred of Clinton land grant 1913 Grant Book 14 Page 144 County Daly

No 1

NAGEL, Ernst and Heinrich [likely Johann Heinrich Friedrich Wilhelm Nagel Enrolment 25/50] farmers Grünthal 1853 Enrolment 13/35

NAGEL, Ernst farmer Grünthal 1856 Memorial 5/97

NAGEL, Friedrich August farmer Swan Reach. Swan Reach Public Hall trustee 1938 Memorial 38/512

No 1

NAGEL, Georg of Redruth 1851 Memorial 208/30

NAGEL, George miner Kooringa 1851[-1857] Memorial 125/37

NAGEL, Gustav Paul farmer Black Hill trustee unnamed Church Hundred of Ridley Hundred of Ridley land grant 1894 Grant Book 58 Page 155 County Sturt

No 1

NAILER, Henry labourer Mt Gambier 1889 Memorial 230/399

NAILER, Henry the Elder widower labourer Mt Gambier married Rebecca nee ? on 21/12/1854 Mt Gambier. Henry Nailer died 19/3/1860. Mrs Nailer and her son, Henry Nailer the Younger, born 23/11/1857, remained in Mt Gambier for 8 years after Henry Nailer the Elder died, then moved to Victoria. Rebecca Nailer remarried to George Goods publican burrereo VIC by 1890. Her son, Henry Nailer the Younger was a farmer at Burrereo 1890 Application 21977

No 1 - possibly the same person

NAIRN, Albert Victor farmer Mallala 1917 Memorial 67/475

NAIRN, AV Esquire formerly of Plympton Ave, Fullarton, but now of Mallala 1929 Application 27771

NAIRN, Emma Caroline widow Mallala, died 18/12/1934. Executors - Farmers Co-Operative Executors and Trustees of Franklin St, Adelaide 1935 Grant Book 12 Page 128 County Chandos

No 1

NAIRN, Robert ironmonger's assistant Kapunda 1867 Application 8421

NAIRN, Robert ironmonger Kapunda 1878 Application 16865.

NAIRN, Robert ironmonger Kapunda 1901 Memorial 163/444

NAIRN, Sydney farmer Linwood Co Light. Hundred of Cassini land grant 1911 Grant Book 11 Page 100 County Carnarvon

No 1

NAIRN, William blacksmith Linwood 1860 Memorial 14/168

NAIRN, William farmer near Linwood Hundred of Light land grant 1862 Grant Book 44 Page 193 County Light

NAIRN, William formerly blacksmith Linwood 1860 but now farmer Linwood Farm near Stockport 1866 Application 7342

No 1

NAIRNE, Robert no description Smillie Estate trustee (Act of Parliament Smillie Estate Act 1858) 1860 Application 19039

NAIRNE, Robert Esquire Adelaide 1861[-1862] Memorial 40/176

NAIRNE, R accountant National Bank of Australasia Adelaide 1861 Memorial 241/173

NAIRNE, Robert gentleman Adelaide 1863. Became a trustee for the Smillie Estate at Nairne, in place of George TINLINE Esquire Adelaide, who was leaving the province Enrolment 51/1862

NAIRNE, R of the National Bank Kapunda 1864[-1865] Memorial 316/194

NAIRNE, R manager National Bank Kapunda 1866 Memorial 214/208

NAIRNE, Robert banker Kapunda 1866. He was a trustee for the SMILLIE Estate at Nairne Application 7695

NAIRNE, R clerk to Frederick WRIGHT commission agent Adelaide 1874 Memorial 226/277

NAIRNE, Robert clerk Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1876 Grant Book 14 Page 86 County Daly

NAIRNE, Robert clerk to Frederick WRIGHT agent Adelaide 1877 Application 16080

NAIRNE, Robert clerk Adelaide Co Adelaide. Pekina (Hundred of Pekina) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 13 Page 14 County Dalhousie

NAIRNE, Robert accountant Hill St, North Adelaide, died 12/7/1879, of congestion of the membrane of the brain with effusion on its surface and in its cavities, aged 56. He had been a trustee for the Smillie Estate from 1860. Application 19039

No 1

NAIRNE, RSC law clerk Pt Adelaide 1881 Memorial 14/334

NAIRNE, Robert law clerk Pt Adelaide 1882 Memorial 169/342

NAIRNE, RSC clerk to E HOPKINS & Co agents Eudunda 1883 The partnership included David MOODY, William BROOKS and Edward Hopkins Memorial 104/348

No 1

NAISMITH, Alexander 38 widower merchant Jamestown (Father: William Naismith) married Mary Dennis FERRETT 28 spinster draper’s assistant Jamestown (Father: John Ferrett) on 1/1/1879 A dwelling house Jamestown. Minister: Stephen HOWARD. Witnesses: Edward Glass Holt BEERON timber merchant Jamestown, Fannie Maria ROBERTS dressmaker Belalie East Application 20865

NAISMITH, Alexander storekeeper Jamestown Co Victoria. Dalton (later Black Rock Hundred of Black Rock Plain) township allotment land grant 1892 Grant Book 13 Page 447 County Dalhousie

NAISMITH, Mary Dennis formerly Mary Dennis FERRETT (Father: John Ferrett) wife of Alexander Naismith builder Jamestown 1885 She had one sister and three brothers (John, Charles, Henry and Jane Ferrett) to share in their father’s estate. James Penn BOUCAUT Supreme Court Judge Glenelg was her solicitor Application 20666

NAISMITH, David gentleman Adelaide 1888 Memorial 35/390

No 1

NAISMITH, Robert farmer Belailie Co Victoria. Hundred of Black Rock Plain land grant 1885 Grant Book 13 Page 113 County Dalhousie

NAISMITH, Robert farmer Belalie 1889 Memorial 143/395

No 1

NAISMITH, Thomas Dawson farmer Tungkillo Co Sturt. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1876[-1881] Grant Book 60 Page 120 County Victoria

NAISMITH, Thomas Dawson farmer Black Rock near Kooringa. Trustee Baptist Church Black Rock 1893 Grant Book 13 Page 447 County Dalhousie

No 1

NAISMITH, William engineer Gumeracha 1854 Memorial 129/66

NAISMITH, William farmer Tungkillo 1861 Memorial 29/177

NAISMITH, William farmer Craigielea 1862 Memorial 248/193

NAJAR, Abraham grocer Thebarton 1921 Application 27026

No 1

NAJAR, Hassan Mahomet hawker Waymouth St, Adelaide 1924 Memorial 44/494

NAJAR, Hassan Mahomet hawker formerly of No 181, but now of No 112 Waymouth St, Adelaide 1925 Memorial 44/494

NAJAR, Joseph merchant Adelaide 1925 Memorial 44/494

NALSEN, John sawyer Glen Osmond 1866 Memorial 116/216

NALTY, Andrew shepherd Hill River near Clare 1868[-1899] Memorial 77/234

NALTY, John farmer Armagh 1877 Application 16271

NALTY, Valentine Frederick Augustus gentleman Adelaide 1877[-1883] Memorial 123/300

NANCARROW, William clerk Alberton 1895 Application 22893

NANCE, Richard farmer Hundred of Pirie 1903 Memorial 237/447

No 1

NANCE, Thomas died 7/9/1902. Linked with Richard and Thomas Henry Nance farmers Hundred of Pirie 1903 Memorial 237/447

NANCE, Thomas Henry farmer Hundred of Pirie 1887 Memorial 39/384

NANKEAWIN, Henry of Redruth 1857 Memorial 82/141

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

NANKERVIS, Henry miner Burra Burra Mines 1850 Memorial 352/20

NANKERVIS, Henry publican Redruth 1851[-1860] Memorial 136/37

NANKERVIS, Henry publican Redruth Co Burra. Kadina (Hundred of Kadina) township allotment land grant 1861 Grant Book 14 Page 36 County Daly

NANKERVIS, Henry stockholder Redruth 1853 Memorial 178/50

NANKERVIS, Henry general storekeeper Redruth 1853 Memorial 128/59

NANKERVIS, Henry licensed victualler Section 2208 west of the Burra Special Survey 1854 Memorial 363/65

NANKERVIS, Henry publican Redruth 1860 Application 2009

NANKERVIS, Henry brewer Kadina. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1867 Grant Book 14 Page 71 County Daly

NANKERVIS, Henry the Elder licensed victualler Nairne 1900 Memorial 189/440

NANKERVIS, Henry licensed victualler formerly of Redruth but now of Nairne 1906 Memorial 14/455

NANKERVIS, Henry the Younger hotelkeeper Kooringa 1897 Memorial 8/431

NANKERVIS, Henry the Younger licensed victualler Kooringa and Mary Eliza Nankervis his wife. Parents of Rose Frances Nankervis, Henry Chatterton Nankervis, Alfred Pavy Nankervis, Mabel Bette Nankervis, Doris Allport Nankervis, Leonard Friend Nankervis and Kathleen Marie Nankervis 1897 Memorials 182 & 213/432

No 1

NANKERVIS, James miner Burra 1853 Hundred of Upper Wakefield land grant Memorial 337/65

NANKERVIS, James miner Redruth 1854 Memorial 131/231

NANKERVIS, John farmer Richmond 1857 Memorial 113/152

NANKERVIS, John Henry blacksmith Rye [Walloway]. Hundred of Walloway land grant 1885 Grant Book 13 Page 453 County Dalhousie

No 1

NANKERVIS, Thomas miner Burra 1853 Hundred of Upper Wakefield land grant Co Stanley Memorial 193/105

NANKERVIS, Thomas farmer Mt Horrocks 1857[-1861] Memorial 12/128

NANKERVIS, Thomas miner Mt Horrocks 1859 Memorial 92/155

NANKERVIS, Thomas farmer Mt Horrocks 1861. He was illiterate Application 2536

No 1

NANKERVIS, William labourer Kooringa 1851 Memorial 57/34

NANKERVIS, William [formerly labourer Kooringa but now] gold digger Creswick Creek Vic 1857 Memorial 35/127

No 2 – perhaps the same person; perhaps a continuation of No 1

NANKERVIS, William miner Kadina. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1885 Grant Book 14 Page 89 County Daly

NANKERVIS, William farmer Hundred of Wallaroo 1888 Memorial 248/391

NANKIVELL, Alfred Andrew labourer Kooringa and Mary Ellen Nankivell his wife 1915[-1946] Memorial 119/472

No 1

NANKIVELL, Edward miner Wallaroo Mines. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1869 Grant Book 14 Page 74 County Daly

No 1

NANKIVELL, Edward the Younger farmer Penang 1892[-1904] Memorial 237/415

NANKIVELL, Edward the Younger farmer Hundred of Tiparra 1895 Memorial 59/424

No 1

NANKIVELL, James, Philip, Richard and William farmers Diprose Creek near Kooringa. Hundred of Kooringa land grant 1864 Grant Book 8 Page 26 County Burra

NANKIVELL, James and Philip farmers Hundred of Baldina 1886[- 1888] Memorial 373/205

NANKIVELL, Jane 39 widow Redruth [relict of the late James Nankivell formerly farmer Diprose Creek, Hundred of Baldina, who died 15/11/1890] (Father: Thomas DUELL) remarried to Hugh MCCALLUM the Younger 40 widower wheelwright Kooringa (Father; Hugh McCallum the Elder) on 18/7/1894 Wesleyan Parsonage Aberdeen. Minister: DS WYLIE. Witnesses: Amy G Wylie and Mary A Wylie of Aberdeen 1906 Application 25207

No 1 – the Elder

NANKIVELL, John formerly teamster Reedy Creek but now farmer South Rhine 1864 Application 4953

NANKIVELL, John farmer South Rhine Hundred of Melville land grant 1876 Grant Book 19 Page 78 County Fergusson

No 2 – the Younger

NANKIVELL, John the Younger farmer Yorke Peninsula Hundred of Minlacowie land grant 1885 Grant Book 19 Page 257 County Fergusson

No 1

NANKIVELL, John Thomas merchant Adelaide 1886 Memorial 250/374

NANKIVELL, John Thomas formerly merchant Adelaide but now miner Williamstown 1895 Memorial 222/423

NANKIVELL, Phillip Headley labourer Kooringa 1929 Memorial 177/502

No 1

NANKIVELL, Wilfred Henry farmer near Kooringa 1923 Memorial 191/487

NANKIVELL, Wilfred Henry farmer Burra and Helena Mary Nankivell his wife 1950 Memorial 116/525

NANKIVELL, Wilfred Henry farmer and grazier Burra 1955 Application 29093

NANKIVELL, William of Adelaide 1888 Memorial 107/394

NANKIVELL, William Alfred saddler Burra 1946 Memorial 175/520

NANTES, Charles gentleman Adelaide 1837 Memorial 221/1

NANTWELL, Arnold Edwin stockbuyer Pt Lincoln 1946 Memorial 169/520

No 1

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

NAPIER, John storekeeper Farina Out of Hundreds. Lyndhurst (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1896 Grant Book 65 Page 278 County Not named

NAPIER, John Mellis solicitor Adelaide 1910 Memorial 209/463

NAPIER, KM articled law clerk Adelaide 1938 Memorial 83/512

NAPIER, Matilda Emma of Farina 1889 Memorial 147/398

No 1 - perhaps the same person

NAPPER, George farmer Mannanarie. Hundred of Mannanarie land grant 1880 Grant Book 13 Page 82 County Dalhousie

NAPPER, George farmer Templers Co Gawler. Hundred of Mannanarie land grant 1887 Grant Book 13 Page 85 County Dalhousie

No 1

NAPPER, Isaac farmer Hundred of Alma. Trustee land for school purposes Hundred of Alma land grant 1873 Grant Book 26 Page 100 County Gawler

NAPPER, Isaac farmer Templers. Hundred of Alma land grant 1876 Grant Book 26 Page 100 County Gawler

No 1

NAPPER, William sheep farmer Lake Bonney [near Overland Corner] 1874 Memorial 122/277

NAPPER, William sheep farmer Overland Corner 1876 Memorial 190/287

NAPPER, William stockholder Overland Corner 1879[-1880] Memorial 125/322

No 1

NASCHKE, Hugo Hermann Theodor cabinetmaker Adelaide 1853[-1855] Hundred of Yankalilla land grant Memorial 205/47

NASCHKE, Hugo Hermann Theodor formerly cabinetmaker Adelaide but now farmer Yankalilla 1856 Memorial 342/112 Now storekeeper Yankalilla 1856 Memorial 343s/112

NASCHKE, Hugo Hermann Theodor farmer Yankalilla 1867 Memorial 101/225

NASCHKE, Theodor farmer near Normanville 1886 Memorial 104/381

NASCHKE, Hugo Hermann Theodor farmer Normanville, died 24/9/1891. Father of Hermann Naschke farmer Yankalilla, Pauline Helene Adelheid Naschke, Rosine Mathilde Naschke spinsters Barraport Vic and Anna Mathilde Naschke, Louise Naschke and Emma Naschke spinsters Yankalilla Memorial 202/414

NASCHKE farmily 1911 - Pauline Helene spinster Barraport Vic; Rosine Mathilde Agnes STEVENS wife of John Stevens blacksmith Ballarat East Vic; Mathilde and Emma Naschke spinsters both formerly of Yankalilla but now of Normanville; Dorothea Louise JACOBS wife of Alfred William Jacobs bank manager Dulwich and Bernstein Alfred Naschke grazier Normanville Memorial 74/465

NASCHKE family 1923 - Bernstein Alfred Naschke grazier Normanville, Emma Naschke spinster Normanville and Pauline Helene Adelheid Naschke spinster Barraport Vic 1923 Memorial 174/488

NASCHKE, Mathilde landholder Normanville 1912, died c1921. A relative of Bernstein Alfred Naschke grazier Normanville 1921 Memorial 86/484

No 1 - perhaps the same person

NASH, Alfred clerk to Mr THORNTON solicitor Adelaide 1854 Memorial 23/70

NASH, Alfred sexton Adelaide Cemetery 1855 Application 7976

No 2 - perhaps the same person

NASH, Alfred labourer and NASH, George Albert farmer's overseer both of Reynella 1917, possibly sons of the late Reuben Nash farmer Morphett Vale Application 29096

NASH, Alfred contractor Reynella 1939 Application 28236

NASH, Alfred Osborn station hand Pine Creek Northern Territory brother to William Huddleston Nash grocer Beulah Rd, Norwood. Nephews to the Misses Emma and Marianne Nash spinsters 33 Devonshire Place, Brighton, Sussex, England. Marianne Nash had recently died 1897 Memorial 51/434

No 1 - perhaps the same person

NASH, Arthur Henry of Adelaide 1888 Memorial 36/391

NASH, Arthur Henry draper Adelaide (Pulteney St) 1913 Application 26265

No 1

NASH, Benjamin tailor Adelaide (Leigh St) 1857[-1876] Memorial 271/126

NASH, Benjamin tailor Adelaide, about to leave the province for a time, power of attorney to his wife, Clara Frances NASH and his son, Joseph George NASH engineer Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 18/4/1877  Deposit 158/1877

No 1

NASH, Charles storekeeper Kensington 1850 Memorial 322/26

NASH, Charles gentleman Adelaide 1852 Memorial 44/43

No 2

NASH, Charles Esquire Encounter Bay 1854 Memorial 103/86

No 3

NASH, Charles Supreme Court clerk Adelaide 1875 Memorial 228/284

No 1

NASH, Dennis brewer Salisbury 1865[-1868] Memorial 240/203

NASH, Dennis brewer Salisbury 1883 Memorial 88/356

NASH, Dennis formerly brewer Salisbury but now of Pt Pirie 1883 Memorial 110/354

NASH, Denis brewer Pt Pirie 1886 Application 21082

NASH, Dennis brewer Solomontown, died 31/5/1887. He left his £50 estate to his widow, Kate Nash Memorial 50/387

NASH, Kate widow Solomontown 1883 [probably widow of Dennis Nash formerly farmer Salisbury] Application 21516

No 2

NASH, Dennis farmer Tarlee 1872[-1887] Memorial 96/262

NASH, George surgeon Adelaide 1854 New Equitable Building Co trustee Memorial 21/77

NASH, Hurtle Herbert labourer Morphett Vale and Lily Alice Nash his wife 1947 Memorial 104/521

No 1

NASH, James of Adelaide 1840 Memorial 250/10

NASH, James labourer Adelaide 1848 Memorial 229/10

NASH, James farmer Cowandilla and Harriet Nash his wife 1868. James Nash died c1869. His wife to inherit his estate in trust for life, then to John George COOMBS and James William Coombs absolutely in remainder expectant Memorial 108/322

NASH, James labourer Adelaide 1840. Labourer Cowandilla 1848. Farmer Cowandilla died 21/1/1869 Reedbeds, of liver congestion and general debility, aged 58. His estate in trust to his wife, Harriet, for life, then to his grandsons, John George COOMBS and James William Coombs in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant. Harriet Nash died 24/12/1879 Plympton, of old age, aged 72 Application 17949

No 1

NASH, James George surgeon Adelaide (Grenfell St) 1845 Memorial 477/68

NASH, James George surgeon Adelaide 1853 Memorial 20/51

NASH, James George Colonial Surgeon Ilfracombe near Adelaide 1854[-1855] Memorial 68/79

NASH, James George Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now of parts beyond the seas 1856[-1857] Memorial 353/100

NASH, James George formerly Colonial Surgeon Adelaide but now residing at Caen, France 1862 Memorial 51/184

NASH, James George Esquire of Place Blot Caen France but now sojourning at Adelaide 1862 Memorial 366/186

NASH, James George Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now residing in parts beyond the seas 1868 Memorial 106/230

NASH, James George Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now of Cheltenham, England and Mary Caroline Nash his wife 1876[-1877] Memorial 37/295

NASH, James George surgeon formerly of Adelaide 1847 but now of Douglas Isle of Man 1877 Application 16050

NASH, James George gentleman New Ferry, Co Chester, England, died c1880. His executors sent power of attorney to William Charles BELT and William James BELT solicitors Adelaide, to manage the deceased’s SA and NSW estate 30/7/1885 Deposit 187/1885

No 1

NASH, John farmer Virginia 1886[-1922] Memorial 83/374

NASH, John farmer Virginia, died 26/7/1923 Little Sisters of the Poor, Glen Osmond, of senile decay, aged 78. Born Co Limerick, Ireland. In SA 68 years. Married at 27. He left two children - Denis Aloysisus Nash farmer Virginia, who died 8/7/1895, of pleuritis aged 22; and Margaret Bridget Nash 45 boarding house proprietor Gleneng, who married Francis FOREMAN 52 farmer Pinaroo (Born Burra; Father: Edward Foreman) on 7/4/1921 St Lawrence's Church North Adelaide. By 1924, Mrs Foreman was described as the wife of Francis Foreman retired farmer 5 Dunbar Tce, Glenelg Application 27251

No 1

NASH, John Joseph saddler Millicent and Annie Nash married woman Millicent North (Hundred of Mt Muirhead) township allotment land grant 1899 Grant Book 31 Page 315 County Grey

NASH, John Joseph saddler Millicent Hundred of Mt Muirhead land grant 1900 Grant Book 31 Page 208 County Grey

NASH, Joseph of Morgan on the North-West Bend of the Murray River 1889 Memorial 119/398

No 1

NASH, Joseph George clerk Adelaide 1876 Memorial 74/287

NASH, Joseph George of the SA Carrying Company's office Adelaide Railway Station Adelaide 1876 Application 15497

NASH, Kent farmer Wisanger 1885 Memorial 233/371

No 1

NASH, Michael labourer Thebarton and Margaret Nash his wife 1894 Application 22714

NASH, Michael railway employee Thebarton and Margaret Nash his wife 1912 Application 26055

NASH, Margaret married woman Thebarton 1900 Application 24084

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

NASH, Owen farmer Adelaide 1853 Memorial 71/59

NASH, Owen farmer Peachey Belt 1859 Memorial 155/154

NASH, Owen farmer Virginia 1866[-1878] Memorial 96/211

NASH, Owen farmer near Virginia 1861 Application 2554.

NASH, Owen son of the late Owen Nash farmer, died 25/1/1883 Virginia, of general wasting and heart disease, born an idiot, aged 36 Application 21516

NASH, Owen the Elder farmer Virginia, died 1885. He had a number of sons. Son 1 NASH, John 27 bachelor farmer Adelaide Born Castle Connell, Co Limerick Ireland (Parents: Owen Nash farmer and Bridget BUCKLEY) married Bridget WARD 27 spinster teacher Emerald Hill Vic Born Co Tipperary, Ireland (Parents: Patrick Ward farmer and Mary RYAN) on 13/2/1872 St Peter and Paul's RC Church Emerald Hill Vic. Two children - Denis Aloysius Nash farmer Virginia died 8/7/1895 Mallala, of pleuritis, aged 22, a bachelor and intestate (A cousin RM Nash of Salisbury); and Margaret Nash spinster Glenora South Tce, Adelaide. Son 2 Patrick Nash, farmer Virginia, died 9/5/1912 natural causes, aged 75. Born Co Limerick, Ireland. Single. 62 years in SA. Son 3 Owen Nash the Younger died 25/1/1883 Virginia, of born idiot, general wasting and heart disease, aged 36. Son 4 Denis Nash 28 bachelor brewer Salisbury married Kate NASH 23 spinster servant Pt Augusta (Father: Denis Nash) on 13/6/1882 All Saint's Pt Augusta. Minister: Bernard NEVIN. Witnesses: John WALLACE servant and Mary Ann Nash servant Pt Augusta. Eldest son Eugene John Marie Nash born 23/5/1884 died 5/3/1885. Surviving son, Denis Robert Nash born 11/4/1886 Pt Pirie where Denis Nash the Elder was a brewer (Denis Nash the Younger was a postal employee at Daylesford Vic in 1912. His father must have died, because his mother, Mary Catherine Nash, had remarried to a Mr NELMS and was living at Yamba Jubilee Lake, Daylesford Vic ) Application 26129

NASH, Patrick quarryman Beachport Beachport (Hundred of Rivoli Bay) township allotment land grant 1879 Grant Book 31 Page 293 County Grey

No 1 - probably the same person

NASH, Patrick farmer Salisbury 1883 Application 21516

NASH, Patrick of near Virginia 1897 Memorial 217/431

No 1

NASH, Patrick Drummond of Hoyleton 1880 Memorial 101/326

NASH, Patrick Drummond agent Adelaide 1882 Memorial 32/344

NASH, Patrick Drummond merchant Penola and Maria Jane Nash his wife 1884 Memorial 36/377

NASH, PD storekeeper Penola 1886 Application 20982

No 1

NASH, Raymond William labourer High St, Strathalbyn and Myrtle Charlotte Nash his wife 1950 Memorial 53/525

NASH, Raymond William labourer 43 High St, Strathalbyn and Myrtle Charlotte Nash his wife, aged 60 and 77 years respectively 1972 Application 29839

No 1

NASH, Reuben farmer Morphett Vale 1899[-1915] Memorial 95/437

NASH, Reuben wood carter Morphett Vale, died 13/9/1916. Father of Alfred Nash labourer Reynella and George Albert Nash farm overseer Reynella. Also farmer of James Thomas Nash, William Henry Nash, Jane Delilah Nash, Emily Eliza Nash, Edith Ellen Nash Annie Elizabeth Rebecca Nash and Agnes Sarah Nash. Also to treat Elizabeth Holly Nash 'whom I have brought up' as one of his own children Memorial 166/474

NASH, Richard teamster Kooringa 1851 Memorial 408/38

NASH, Thomas licensed victualler Adelaide (Horse & Jockey TA 447 Carrington St) 1854[-1857] Memorials 296/58, 289/120

NASH, William O clerk to Messrs BARTLEY & BAKEWELL solicitors Adelaide 1849[-1850] Memorial 246/16

NASH, William Giles clerk to Messrs Arthur HARDY & Sons solicitors Adelaide 1880 Memorial 95/325

NASH, William Henry law stationer Hindmarsh 1840 Law stationer Adelaide (Wright St) 1841 Application 29392

No 1 - probably the same person

NASH, William Huddleston clerk Pt Lincoln 1880[-1882] Application 25111

NASH, William Huddleston grocer's assistant East Adelaide 1893 Memorial 25/416

NASH, William Huddleston clerk Kensington Tce, Norwood 1907 Memorial 193/456

No 1 - likely to be the same person

NASON, Frederick Henry of Adelaide 1861 Memorial 140/176

NASON, Frederick H of Adelaide 1872 Memorial 216/257

NASON, Frederick H accountant Adelaide 1876 Memorial 11/294

NATCHEY, James shipwright Goolwa 1858 Memorial 242/132

No 1

NATHAN, Burnett merchant Adelaide 1848[-1853] Memorial 280/10

NATHAN, Burnett merchant Adelaide. Father of infant daughters Charlotte and Alice Nathan 1850 Memorial 390/27

NATHAN, Burnett merchant Adelaide, became a bankrupt in 1863 Memorial 227/191

NATHAN, Alice and Charlotte spinsters formerly of Adelaide but now of London, Middlesex, England. Louis Nathan of 32 Yorke Tce Regent's Park, London, mentioned 1876 Memorial 226/293

NATHAN, Nathaniel Lionel and Mary infant children of Burnett Nathan draper Adelaide 1854 Memorial 226/68

NATHAN, David merchant formerly of Auckland New Zealand but now of London, Middlesex, England 1866 Memorial 262/208

No 1

NATHAN, Hyam officer in HM Customs Pt Adelaide 1887 Memorial 102/386

NATHAN, Hyam formerly officer in HM Customs Pt Adelaide but now gentleman North Richmond 1889 Memorial 23/397

No 1

NATHAN, Joseph Hyam draper Adelaide (Hindley St) 1850 Memorial 467/22

NATHAN, Joseph Hyam merchant of Adelaide but at present residing in Sydney NSW 1853 linked with Burnett Nathan, Lewis Joseph and Isaac Solomon Henry merchants Adelaide Memorial 398/63

NATHAN, Joseph Hyam merchant Adelaide, but presently living in Sydney NSW, about to proceed to parts beyond the sea, power of attorney to Barnett NATHAN, Lewis JOSEPH and Isaac Solomon HENRY merchants Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 29/9/1853 Deposit 135/OA

NATHAN, Samuel draper Pt Adelaide 1855 Memorial 111/82

NATION, Alfred Gilliard farmer Kapunda 1890 Memorial 170/406

No 1

NATION, Ann widow Parkside 1871 Memorial 165/254

NATION, Ann widow Parkside, died 1879. Mother of George Nation builder Parkside and William Nation no description Memorial 101/320

NATION, Edward Samuel Gillard builder Magill 1878[-1882] Memorial 134/305, Application 19429

NATION, Edwin of Magill linked with Richard Nation stonemason Parkside 1870[-1876] Memorial 32/249

NATION, Edwin Samuel mason Magill 1878 Memorial 134/310

No 1 - probably the same family

NATION, George the Elder stone mason Adelaide 1858 linked with William Nation carpenter Adelaide Memorial 109/140

NATION, George, John, David and Richard masons Parkside 1881 Application 18853

No 1

NATION, John mason and William carpenter Devonshire Tce, Park Lands 1855 Memorial 99/94

NATION, John and William contractors formerly of Devonshire Tce, near Adelaide, but now of North Burra 1866 Memorial 115/213

No 2

NATION, John of Yorketown 1883 Memorial 208/346

NATION, John farmer Yorketown Hundred of Dalrymple land grant 1897 Grant Book 19 Page 149 County Fergusson

NATION, Maria widow Glen Osmond Road 1897 Application 23387

No 1

NATION, Philip A harbour master Pt Elliot 1855 Memorial 372/86

NATION, Philip Alexander harbour master Pt Elliot 1856 Memorial 36/104

NATION, Martha widow Encounter Bay 1875, relict of the late Philip Alexander Nation formerly harbour master Pt Wallaroo Application 14630

NATION, Richard stonemason Parkside 1869[-1872] Memorial 99/240

No 1 - Samuel Gillard Nation

NATION, Samuel mason Adelaide 1856 Memorial 201/111

NATION, Samuel mason Magill 1857 Memorial 307/126

NATION, Samuel mason Magill 1858 Application 181

NATION, Samuel mason Woodforde 1866 Application 7593

NATION, Samuel mason formerly of Adelaide but now of Magill 1878 Memorial 231/308

NATION, Samuel Gillard mason Lot 18 Home Park Magill, died c1906. He left his real estate in trust to his widow, Harriet Nation, for life, then to be sold to fulfil the provisions of the will 1907 Application 25334

NATION, Samuel Gillard builder Home Park, Magill, died 19/6/1906. Executors; William Peppiatt HUGHES butcher formerly of Magill but now of Kensington, and Richard William Mackie WADDY civil servant formerly of Magill but now of Glenelg Memorial 148/456

No 1

NATION, William Esquire Adelaide 1840 Enrolment 66/10

No 2 - possibly linked with No 1

NATION, William, John, Richard, David and George yeomen Adelaide 1853[-1869] Memorial 6/48

NATION, William yeoman Parkside 1871 Memorial 165/254

NATT, Ann widow Langhorne Creek 1898 Memorial 95/435

NATT, Barbara and William Natt of the Hundred of Townsend 1887 Memorial 75/387

No 1

NATT, Charles farmer Mt Lofty and Ann Natt his wife, daughter of Hannah HODGSON widow Mt Lofty 1874 Memorial 233/275

NATT, Charles farmer formerly of Mt Lofty but now of Stansbury, and Ann Natt his wife 1879[-1880] Memorial 161/320

NATT, Charles farmer Stansbury Hundred of Ramsay land grant 1891 Grant Book 19 Page 340 County Fergusson

No 1

NATT, Frederick farmer Spring Valley south of Mt Barker 1851[-1858] Memorial 45/34, Application 17177

NATT, Frederick farmer Langhorne Creek 1864 Memorial 258/198

NATT, Frederick and Joseph farmers Langhorne Creek 1870 Memorial 86/245

NATT, Frederick farmer Bugle Ranges 1871 Memorial 163/253

NATT, Frederick farmer formerly of Mt Barker 1854 but now of Langhorne Creek 1872 Application 12354

NATT, John farmer near Strathalbyn Hundred of Gregory land grant 1882 Grant Book 23 Page 102 County Frome

NATT, John Brooker retired Langhorne Creek, aged 74 in 1949, declared that he was born there and had lived there all his life Application 28702

NATT, Joseph farmer Langhorne Creek 1864 Application 5365

NATT, Robert farmer Strathalbyn 1901 Application 24182

NATT, Thomas farmer Bugle Ranges Hundred of Seymour land grant 1866 Grant Book 53 Page 84 County Russell

NATT, Walter farmer Auburn 1854[-1856] Memorial 430/78

No 1 - probably mixture of the Elder and the Younger

NATT, William farmer Mt Barker 1854 Memorial 271/76

NATT, William labourer Mt Barker Co Hindmarsh Hundred of Coolinong land grant 1877 Grant Book 54 Page 145 County Russell

NATT, William retired farmer Strathalbyn 1920 Application 26873

NAUGHAN, Marinus farmer Koolundunga 1887 Memorial 192/382

NAUGHEY, Owen farmer formerly of Gawler but now of Kapunda 1869 Memorial 98/238

NAUGHTON, Mrs Ann Elizabeth of Truro 1856 Memorial 235/141

NAUGHTON, Catherine spinster near Kadina Co Daly. Hundred of Crystal Brook land grant 1879 Grant Book 60 Page 228 County Victoria

NAUGHTON, Dennis farmer Hundred of Yongala. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1904 Grant Book 13 Page 208 County Dalhousie

No 1

NAUGHTON, Isabella and Catherine spinsters Ardrossan 1889 Memorial 78/397

NAUGHTON, Isabella spinster Ardrossan. Hundred of Cunningham land grant 1891[-1898] Grant Book 19 Page 286 County Fergusson

NAUGHTON, Isabella spinster Ardrossan 1898 Memorial 96/435

NAUGHTON, Isabella spinster Adelaide, died c1901. Estate worth £2,500 Memorial 141/444

NAUGHTON, James farmer Canowie Co Victoria. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1885 Grant Book 13 Page 202 County Dalhousie

No 1

NAUGHTON, John labourer Adelaide 1852 Memorial 467/43

NAUGHTON, John labourer formerly of Adelaide 1852 but now of Georgetown 1875 Application 14748

No 1

NAUGHTON, Michael labourer Adelaide 1853. Hundred of Upper Wakefield land grant Memorial 482/52 Farmer Upper Wakefield 1854[-1858] Memorial 373/66

NAUGHTON, Michael farmer Farrell Flat Co Stanley. Hundred of Whyte land grant 1876[-1877] Grant Book 60 Page 50 County Victoria

NAUGHTON, Rose Anne spinster Canowie Co Victoria. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1885[-1887] Grant Book 13 Page 202 County Dalhousie

No 1

NAUGHTON, Thomas farmer Section 3214 near Gawler 1849[-1850] Memorial 129/19

NAUGHTON, Thomas farmer Truro 1852 Grant Book 17 Page 1 County Eyre

NAUGHTON, Thomas stockholder Truro 1855 Memorial 173/88

NAUGHTON, Thomas farmer Truro 1857 Memorial 232/115

NAUGHTON, Thomas gentleman Truro 1853 Memorial 230/54

NAUGHTON, Thomas farmer Woodlands near Truro 1858[-1861] Memorial 343/143, Application 3409

No 2

NAUGHTON/NORTON, Thomas mariner Adelaide 1851 Memorial 160/38

No 3

NAUGHTON, Thomas the Younger of Crystal Brook. Hundred of Crystal Brook land grant 1878 Grant Book 60 Page 225 County Victoria

No 1

NAUGHTON, Thomas Augustine Superintendent of Horses Wallaroo 1862 Application 3519

NAUGHTON, Thomas Augustine gentleman Wallaroo Mines. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1868 Grant Book 14 Page 229 County Daly

NAUGHTON, Thomas Augustine storekeeper Wallaroo Mines. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1869[-1870] Grant Book 14 Page 72 County Daly

NAUGHTON, Thomas Augustine storekeeper Wallaroo Mines. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1871[-1877] Grant Book 14 Page 75 County Daly

NAUGHTON, Thomas Augustine gentleman Kadina. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1871 Grant Book 14 Page 74 County Daly

NAUGHTON, Thomas Augustine of Wallaroo 1872 Application 11956

NAUGHTON, Thomas Augustine farmer Broughton [later called Redhill] 1874 Grant Book 14 Page 495 County Daly

NAUGHTON, Thomas Augustine agent Adelaide Co Adelaide. Broughton (later Redhill Hundred of Redhill) township allotment land grant 1875 Grant Book 14 Page 497 County Daly

NAUGHTON, Thomas Augustine agent Mitcham Wilmington township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 24 Page 567 County Frome

NAUGHTON, Thomas Augustine gentleman Ardrossan trustee Institute Ardrossan township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 19 Page 450 County Fergusson

NAUGHTON, Thomas Augustine farmer Ardrossan 1885 Memorial 24/367

NAUGHTON, Thomas Augustine farmer Ardrossan. Lilly Naughton mentioned but not described 1886 Memorial 56/375

NAUGHTON, Thomas Augustine farmer linked with Clara Naughton school teacher both of Ardrossan 1886 Memorial 201/379

NAUGHTON, Thomas Stephen clerk Wallaroo Mines. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1869 Grant Book 14 Page 72 County Daly

No 1

NAULTY, John gardener Armagh near Clare, died 6/7/1910. Father of Patrick Henry Naulty gardener Armagh near Clare. Estate worth £650 Memorial 117/463

NAULTY, John farmer and gardener Armagh near Clare, died 6/7/1910. He was also a marksman. His friend, Michael BICKHOFF farmer Blyth 1922, declared he had known him for 65 years Application 27125

NAULTY, Peter labourer Hallett. Hallett (Hundred of Hallett) township allotment land grant 1874 Grant Book 8 Page 281 County Burra

No 1

NAULTY, Patrick Henry gardener Armagh near Clare and Ellen Gertrude Naulty his wife 1914 Memorial 132/470

NAULTY, Patrick Henry gardener Armagh near Clare, died 20/11/1920. Husband of Ellen Naulty. Estate worth £2,000 Memorial 65/482

No 1

NAULTY, Patrick Michael police constable Penola Penola North (later Penola Hundred of Penola) township allotment land grant 1868 Grant Book 31 Page 141 County Grey

NAULTY, Patrick Michael police constable Penola 1891[-1894] Memorial 191/409, Application 22628

NAULTY, Peter farmer Clare, became an insolvent in 1869 Memorial 80/238

No 1 - widow of Wilhelm Julius Naumann

NAUMANN, Christiane Dorothea Wilhelmine widow Norwood 1890 Memorial 158/403

NAUMANN, Christine Dorothea Wilhelmine widow Norwood, about to leave the province and reside abroad for some time, power of attorney to August Heinrich Wilhelm WEDLER umbrella maker 141 Rundle St, Adelaide, to manage her SA business affairs 28/4/1890 Deposit 72/1890

NAUMANN, Christine Dorothea Wilhelmine widow formerly of Norwood but now of Hobart Tas 1890 Memorial 246/404

No 1

NAUMANN, Heinrich Julius tailor Adelaide 1858 Memorial 216/146

NAUMANN, Heinrich Julius tailor formerly of Adelaide 1855 but now of Adelaide Hill, a mining district near Sandhurst Vic 1877 Application 16320.

NAUSCHUTZ, Fritz linked with Block E 'between Section 121 and the coast' Hundred of Baroota Co Frome 1890 Memorial 189/403

NAYDA, Hermann farmer near Point Pass 1900 Memorial 77/441 

NAYDA, Johann Simon farmer Hundred of Lindley 1885 Memorial 56/368

NAYDA, Michael farmer near Nuriootpa 1866 Memorial 194/211

NAYLON, Michael brickmaker Stepney 1885 Application 20618

NAYLON, Timothy farmer Farrell Flat Co Stanley. Hundred of Black Rock Plain land grant 1880 Grant Book 13 Page 106 County Dalhousie

NAYLOR, Henry Darnley professor of classics Adelaide University 1908 Memorial 57/460

NAYLOR, John plasterer Adelaide (Angas St) 1869 Memorial 140/242

NAYLOR, John Colenso formerly solicitor Adelaide (King William St) but now of parts unknown 1942 Memorial 150/516

NAYLOR, John William coach trimmer Norwood 1870 Application 10810

No 1

NAYLOR, Samuel labourer Pt Adelaide 1853 Memorial 262/56

NAYLOR, Jane widow Le Fevre Peninsula 1876, relict of the late Samuel Naylor formerly labourer Le Fevre Peninsula but now deceased 1876 Application 15462

No 2

NAYLOR, Samuel plasterer Adelaide (Angas St) 1869 Memorial 140/242

NEAGLE, Aloysius Ernest farmer Mt Barker 1934 Application 28209

NEAGLE, Edward Joseph of the Hundred of Pirie Co Victoria 1887 Memorial 39/384

NEAGLE, Catherine Mary widow of George Neagle farmer Gilles St, Adelaide, died 18/2/1929, of senility and 14 days' cerebral thrombosis, aged 80. Born at Brownhill Creek. Married aged 23. 2 daughters living Application 27836

No 1 - likely to be the same person

NEAGLE, George farmer Third Creek 1848[-1849] Memorial 355/15

NEAGLE, George farmer Clare 1851 Memorial 226/47

NEAGLE, George farmer Clare 1856 Memorial 144/98

No 2

NEAGLE, George farmer Stockport 1860 Application 1212

NEAGLE, George farmer Stockport on the Gilbert Co Light. Hundred of Grace land grant 1868 Grant Book 27 Page 32 County Gawler

NEAGLE, George farmer Narridy. Probably trustee RC Church Narridy Narridy (Hundred of Narridy) township allotment land grant 1873 Grant Book 60 Page 486 County Victoria

NEAGLE, George Edmund farmer near Georgetown eldest son and heir at law of the late James Neagle farmer Peachey Belt 1871 Application 11707

NEAGLE, George Edmund farmer Penfield Co Adelaide. Hundred of Narridy land grant 1881 Grant Book 60 Page 259 County Victoria

NEAGLE, Catherine Mary widow Narridy [Mrs GE Neagle nee CM FORRESTAL]. Hundred of Narridy land grant 1877 Grant Book 60 Page 256 County Victoria

No 1 - likely to be the same person

NEAGLE, James of SA. Section 4116 Hundred of Munno Para land purchase 1851 Memorial 77/148

NEAGLE, James farmer Peachey Belt 1853[-1859] Memorial 24/53

NEAGLE, James farmer Peachey Belt 1859 Memorial 77/148

NEAGLE, James bachelor married Margaret HEWITT spinster 9/8/1849 RC Church Dry Creek. Fr Michael RYAN married the couple at Dry Creek, but exactly where is not stated. James Neagle farmer Peachey Belt died 14/2/1863, of bleeding to death from a wound occasioned by a fall, aged 38. Margaret Neagle, daughter of Michael Hewitt farmer Peachey Belt and his wife, Ellen Hewitt, died June 1869 Peachey Belt. George Edmund Neagle farmer formerly of Peachey Belt, but now of Georgetown, inherited the estate as heir at law. He was born 8/5/1850 Peachey Belt, in his parents’ home. Lawrence Hewitt farmer Virginia 1871 must have been a relative. Application 11707

No 1

NEAGLE, L clerk Kooringa 1912[-1914] Memorial 242/466

NEAGLE, Les law clerk to John Edward Hyde WINNALL solicitor Kooringa 1916[-1917] Application 27690

No 1

NEAGLE, Michael farmer Georgetown. Pt Pirie (Hundred of Pirie) township allotment land grant 1872 Grant Book 60 Page 476 County Victoria

NEAGLE, Michael farmer Hundred of Pirie. Hundred of Pirie land grant 1899 Grant Book 60 Page 302 County Victoria

NEAGLE, Patrick Francis District Council foreman Mt Barker 1928 Memorial 93/500

No 1

NEAGLE, Thomas farmer Mt Barker Springs Hundred of Macclesfield land grant 1861 Grant Book 36 Page 317 County Hindmarsh

NEAGLE, Thomas farmer Mt Barker Springs 1892 Application 22319

NEAL, Bernard dealer Adelaide 1849[-1851] Memorial 373/16

No 1

NEAL, John yeoman Hindmarsh 1848 Memorial 83/25

NEAL, John yeoman Mitcham 1855 Memorial 262/90

NEAL, John yeoman Hindmarsh 1848 Memorial 83/25 Yeoman Mitcham 1850[-1853] Memorial 133/26

NEAL, John yeoman Mitcham 1865 Application 5995

NEAL, John yeoman formerly of Mitcham but now of Geelong Vic 1865 Memorial 164/202

No 2

NEAL, John sawyer Pt Adelaide 1848[-1857] Memorial 57/13

NEAL, John sawyer Alberton 1851[-1852] Memorial 259/28

NEAL, John labourer Queenstown 1852[-1853] Memorial 196/40

No 3 - perhaps the same person

NEAL, John fisherman Pt Adelaide 1860 Application 4778

NEAL, John fisherman Pt Adelaide 1866 Memorial 229/215

NEAL, John mariner Pt Adelaide 1868 Application 9618

No 1

NEAL, Samuel farmer Gawler River 1853[-1858] Memorial 384/48

NEAL, Samuel farmer Pt Gawler 1858 Memorial 153/141

No 1

NEAL, William farmer Section 172 Survey B 1851[-1858] Memorial 341/33

NEAL, William farmer Section 172 Survey B, power of attorney to

his wife, Sarah NEAL and Charles FENN gentleman Adelaide, to sell

his real estate and finalise his SA business affairs

7/6/1856 Deposit 74/1858

NEAL, William farmer formerly of Section 172 Survey B but now in parts beyond the seas 1858 Memorial 277/144

No 2

NEAL, William farmer Hundred of Grace Hundred of Dublin land grant 1880 Grant Book 26 Page 345 County Gawler

No 3

NEAL, William stockman Nocatunga Qld, formerly of Booyoolie SA, power of attorney to Herbert White HUGHES sheep farmer Booyoolie Station, Hundred of Booyoolie, to place all his money deposited in the Savings Bank of SA and brought in from repayment of debts in investments and to manage the same 5/10/1889 Deposit 42/1890

No 1

NEAL, William Horsewood farmer Salisbury Plains. Salisbury Methodist Church trustee 1912 Memorial 245/465

NEAL, William Horsewood farmer Salisbury Plains 1913 Memorial 164/468, Application 26223

NEAL, William Hurst engineer Pt Adelaide 1876 Memorial 230/293

NEALE, Arthur yeoman St Ives Co Sturt 1856 Memorial 77/107

No 1

NEALE, Charles Ernest farmer The Hermitage Houghton 1928 Memorial 126/501

NEALE, Charles Ernest formerly farmer and gardener The Hermitage Houghton but now fruitgrower Longwood 1935 Memorial 91/509

NEALE, Charles Ernest fruit grower The Hermitage near Houghton 1952 Application 28887

NEALE, Charles Ernest gardener The Hermitage. Father of Leslie Charles Neale and Colin Francis Neale both fruitgrowers The Hermitage 1954 Memorial 149/529

No 1

NEALE, James hawker Kapunda Co Light. Laura (Hundred of Booyoolie) township allotment land grant 1872 Grant Book 60 Page 452 County Victoria

NEALE, James hawker Kapunda Co Light. Jamestown (Hundred of Belalie) township allotment land grant 1873 Grant Book 60 Page 135 County Victoria

NEALE, James farmer Belalie. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1880 Grant Book 60 Page 424 County Victoria

NEALE, John labourer Donnybrook and Mary Neale his wife 1878 Application 16673

NEALE, Paul contractor Queenstown 1856[-1858] Memorial 122/97

No 1

NEALE, Richard farmer South Richmond 1859[-1861] Memorial 339/178

NEALE, Richard died 30/6/1862. He left his entire estate to his wife, Margaret Neale, in trust for life, then to his 7 children absolutely in equal shares in remainder expectant 1862 Memorial 50/186

NEALE, Margaret widow Richmond [relict of the late Richard Neale formerly farmer South Richmond now deceased] 1862 Memorial 249/186

NEALE, Margaret widow formerly of South Richmond but now of Goodwood1885 Application 20546

NEALE, Richard labourer South Richmond, died 30/6/1862, of low fever, aged 56 1899. He left his entire estate to his wife for life, then to his children in equal shares. He could not write. His widow, Margaret Neale, died 16/6/1893 Lilly St, Norwood, of senile decay, aged 86. Children in 1899 - Richard Neale in Vic, Hannah MUMFORD nee Neale deceased died 13/12/1870 intestate; Estate worth £40 (Her husband, James Mumford died 8/12/1897), Anne LOADER of Vic; Hester Elizabeth WASHINGTON of Hilton, William Neale of Mt Gambier; Susan BENNELL of Goodwood; Eliza Neale of Goodwood. Mrs Ellen SCHMIDT wife of Hermann August Schmidt of 38 Angas St, Adelaide, a shipmate of the Neales [but no boat named], gave further information: George Neale was a farmer at Balangeich Vic; Hannah Neale had married James Mumford farmer Richmond [she died 13/12/1870 leaving a husband and 7 children]; Anne Neale married Charles Loader farmer Wangoon Vic; Hester Elizabeth Neale, a widow, had married George Washington labourer Hilton who was now dead; William Neale was a baker at Mt Gambier; Susan Neale had married Joseph Bennell agent Goodwood Application 23887

No 1

NEALE, Samuel farmer Gawler River 1853 Memorial 391/62

NEALE, Samuel farmer Hundred of Pt Gawler 1854 Memorial 149/69

No 1

NEALE, Thomas bricklayer Adelaide 1838. Husband of Elizabeth Neal 1841 Application 9900

NEALE, Thomas publican Houghton near the Little Para 1845 Memorial 435/4

NEALE, Thomas publican Little Para Special Survey 1847 Memorial 201/8

No 1

NEALE, William farmer Saddleworth 1854 Memorial 133/68

No 2

NEALE, William sawyer Adelaide 1854[-1855] Memorial 485/73

No 3

NEALE, William farmer The Hermitage 1876 Application 15354

NEALE, William farmer The Hermitage 1883 Memorial 214/347

NEALE, William farmer Houghton 1883 Memorial 138/350

NEALE, William farmer The Hermitage 1907[-1914], died 25/7/1914. Husband of Maria Neale. Father of Charles Neale, James Wilford Neale and Alice Eva Neale. Executors; Emmanuel William HARRIS formerly farmer Lower Alma but now storeman Mile End and Edwin STORR tailor Adelaide (Gawler Place) Memorial 91/473

NEALE, Maria widow of William Neale gardener The Hermitage, died 17/3/1927, of gall stones and jaundice, aged 87. Born in Jersey, CI, she arrived in SA 75 years ago. Married aged 18. 4 sons and 5 daughters living; 3 sons deceased. One of the sons was called Arthur Neale of Tea Tree Gully. Charles Ernest Neale gardener formerly of Longwood now of The Hermitage 1960 probably belonged to this family Application 29371

No 1

NEALE, William Henry auctioneer Adelaide 1839 Memorial 63/92

NEALE, William Henry formerly auctioneer Adelaide but now farmer near Adelaide 1844 Memorial 375/77 Trustee Adelaide Land Company 1846 Enrolment 31/7

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

NEALES, John Bentham gentleman Glenelg, died 31/7/1873 of cardiac dilatation, aged 67 Application 13931.

NEALES, Margaret widow and gentlewoman Glenelg, died 18/10/1877, of hoemiplegia and cerebral effusion, aged 69. Was William WADDELL shopman Adelaide a relative?? Application 20346

NEALES, John Bentham the Younger farmer Goolwa 1875 Memorial 228/281

NEALES, Margaret Bentham spinster 35 Avenue Josephine, Paris, France, power of attorney to Lionel Swanwick WICKSTEED agent Adelaide, to attend to the business of her parents’ marriage settlement. Daughter of JB Neales the Elder.  11/4/1878 Deposit 266/1878

No 1

NEALES, William Bentham gentleman Adelaide, about to leave the province for a time, power of attorney to John MONTEITH wheat broker Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs during his absence, and by default, to Lionel Swanwick WICKSTEED clerk Adelaide 10/5/1876. He made periodic trips away from the province until 5/5/1892, when he appointed Robert John GULLY agent Adelaide, as his attorney, with default to William Arthur KINGSBOROUGH sharebroker Adelaide, on leaving the province permanently Deposit 240/1876 & 40/1892

NEALES, William Bentham mining surveyor Adelaide 1877 Memorial 239/299

NEALES, William Bentham agent Adelaide 1885 Application 20461

NEALES, William Bentham gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now of Sydney NSW 1898 Memorial 169/434

NEALSON, Michael labourer Norwood 1860 Application 1828

NEAME, James farmer formerly of Currency Creek but now of Unley 1853 Memorial 305/60

NEAME, William gentleman Adelaide 1854 Memorial 318/77

NEARING, William Corporation officer Pt Adelaide 1876 Application 15349

NEATE, Ann spinster Mt Barker 1910 Application 25742

No 1

NEATE, Charles plasterer Walkerville 1846[-1868] Memorial 169/6

NEATE, Charles plasterer Walkerville and Ann Neate his wife 1864 Memorial 208/200

NEATE, Charles plasterer Walkerville, died c1872. He left his estate under varying conditions to his wife, Ann Neate, and his sons, David Thomas Neate, William Neate and Ralph Neate Memorial 171/259

NEATE, Charles Somers had fenced in and built a cottage on Lot 63 Walkerville before 1842, where he brought his new bride, Ann Neate, on 29/12/1842, the day of their marriage. CS Neate was a son of John Neate of Adelaide, who died c1846, and his wife, Mary Neate. Other children of John and Mary Neate included Thomas Neate (wife Frances Neate), and Caroline BOND nee Neate (she had a son called William Bond). CS Neate died 15/2/1872. He left three sons David Thomas Neate, William Neate and Ralph Neate labourers Walkerville 1884 Application 20177

NEATE, Charles married Ann nee SMITH on 29/12/1842. They went to live in Walkerville next to Charles Neate's brother, Thomas Neate. When Thomas Neate went to live in Mt Barker, Mrs Charles Neate collected the rent from a large number of tenants, which included at one time, the Rev'd Daniel PACKARD Application 23236.

NEATE, Charles plasterer Walkerville 1866 Application 7064

NEATE, David Thomas farmer Mundijong WA 1910 Application 25742

NEATE, Jesse land owner Unley 1851 Memorial 181/32

No 1

NEATE, John plasterer North St, off Currie St, Adelaide, died 21/10/1846, of diseased liver, aged 58. His son, Thomas Neate (no age) bachelor plasterer married Frances DENNISON spinster (no age) on 16/10/1843 St John Halifax St Adelaide. Minister: James Farrell. Witnesses; John Neate and Emma BARROWCLIFFE (probably daughter of John Neate, who married Thomas Barrowcliffe labourer North Adelaide). The Thomas Neates lived at Walkerville in a two roomed shillion house Thomas built on pt Acre 63 his father left to him, and then Mt Barker about 1847. Thomas Neate plasterer Mt Barker, died 10/1/1880, of schirrus closure of the oesophagus, aged 57. His widow, Frances Mary Neate, died 9/10/1894, of senile decay, aged 75. Their daughter, Susan Neate, born 28/12/1847 Walkerville. She married James Henry GUEST 25 farmer Macclesfield (Father: Thomas Guest) on 25/5/1870 Thomas Neate home Mt Barker Minister: John GOODWIN. By 1896, the Guests were farmers in an unreadable town in Victoria. Philip Neate born 7/9/1862 Mt Barker and plasterer Mt Barker 1896. Children who survived childhood, included Ralph Neate born in Walkerville died 27/10/1873. Fanny Neate born Mt Barker and died before her father, Thomas Neate. 3 other children died in infancy Application 23236

No 2

NEATE, John farmer Mallala Co Gawler. Hundred of Caltowie land grant 1879 Grant Book 60 Page 190 County Victoria

NEATE, Ralph plasterer Mt Barker 1910 Application 25742

No 1

NEATE, Thomas plasterer Mt Barker.Trustee Primitive Methodist Chapel Mt Barker 1854. He stayed in office until his death on 10/1/1880, of schirrus and closure of the oesophagus, aged 57 Application 20405

NEATE, Thomas plasterer Mt Barker District 1855 Memorial 475/91

NEATE, Thomas plasterer Mt Barker Hundred of Macclesfield land grant 1861 Grant Book 36 Page 356 County Hindmarsh

No 1

NEATE, William plasterer Walkerville 1871 Memorial 121/251

NEATE, William plasterer Walkerville 1882 Application 19371

NEAVE, Albert Arthur farmer Cape Cassini Kangaroo Island. Hundred of Dudley land grant 1907 Grant Book 11 Page 14 County Carnarvon

No 1

NEAVE, Samuel Francis farmer Wilson River Kangaroo Island. Albert Neave mentioned but not described 1893 Memorial 170/419

NEAVE, Samuel Francis farmer Hog Bay Kangaroo Island. Hundred of Dudley land grant 1916 Grant Book 11 Page 18 County Carnarvon

NEAVE, Julia Harriet married woman Hog Bay Kangaroo Island. Hundred of Dudley land grant 1909 Grant Book 11 Page 15 County Carnarvon

No 1 - probably the same person

NEAYLON, John and Patrick Neaylon yeomen Hectorville 1866 Application 7030

NEAYLON, John of Blinman 1879 Memorial 82/315

NEAYLON, John stockholder Kattokoopa near Cowarie 1886 Memorial 77/379

NEAYLON, John grazier Kopperamanna 1887 Memorial 166/388

NEAYLON, John Douglas garage proprietor Goolwa 1953 Memorial 54/528

No 1 - probably the same person

NEAYLON, Thomas of Kopperamanna 1879[-1880] Memorial 135/318

NEAYLON, Thomas of Blinman Oct 1880 Memorial 1/328

NEAYLON, Thomas at present out of business and an imprisoned debtor in HM Gaol at Adelaide Dec 1880 Memorial 2/328

NEBESKYJ, Iwan formerly Oleksij DUBOWYJ labourer 216 Fourth St, Rosewater 1950 Application 28757

NEDDEMEYER, Henry storeman Thebarton and Sarah Neddemeyer his wife 1882 Application 19361

NEDWELL, Dawson Robert prospector Kunanalling WA 1900 Memorial 95/441

NEED, Henry farmer Sod Hut near Kooringa 1875 Memorial 58/286

No 1

NEED, Richard farmer South Para 1849 Memorial 199/49

NEED, Richard shepherd Hundred of Munno Para 1851 Memorial 168/30

NEED, Richard labourer Little Para 1853 Memorial 190/52

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

NEED, Richard labourer Kooringa 1853[-1867] Memorial 253/55

NEED, Richard farmer Kooringa 1854 Memorial 376/67

NEED, Richard farmer near the Sod Hut, near Kooringa 1860[-1877] Application 1925

NEED, Richard farmer near the Sod Hut near Kooringa 1877 Memorial 91/302

NEED, Richard formerly labourer 1853 but now farmer Kooringa 1871 Application 11566.

NEED, Richard farmer Sod Hut near Kooringa 1875 Application 14113

NEED, Richard farmer near Kooringa Co Burra. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1879 Grant Book 13 Page 192 County Dalhousie

NEED, Richard gentleman Hamilton on the Light. EE Need mentioned but not described 1889[-1893] Memorials 236/395, 15/419

NEEDHAM, FF clerk Jamestown 1879 Memorial 203/316

No 1

NEEDHAM, Frederick Miller surveyor Millicent Hundred of Mt Muirhead land grant 1882 Grant Book 31 Page 200 County Grey

NEEDHAM, Frederick Miller engineer Millicent Hundred of Mt Muirhead land grant 1882 Grant Book 31 Page 200 County Grey

NEEDHAM, George teacher Houghton 1861 Application 2172

NEEDHAM, H of Mt Bryan 1878 Memorial 45/308

No 1

NEEDHAM, Henry Stafford gentleman Macdonnell Bay 1868 Memorial 91/241

NEEDHAM, Henry Stafford gentleman Pt MacDonnell 1872[-1874] Memorial 181/257

No 1 - probably the same person

NEEDHAM, Isaac farmer Brighton 1849 Memorial 25/15

NEEDHAM, Isaac farmer Payneham 1852 Memorial 74/43

NEEDHAM, Isaac farmer East Payneham 1853 Memorial 167/54

NEEDHAM, Isaac farmer Willunga and Martha Needham his wife 1872 Memorial 32/258

NEEDHAM, Isaac farmer Willunga, certain lands in the Hundred of Willunga in trust for the benefit of his wife, Martha, and his children. Trustees - Robert PALMER the Elder Farmer Aldinga, and William GOODE storekeeper Aldinga 2/2/1872 Deposit 75/1899

NEEDHAM, Isaac farmer Willunga 1877 Application 15833

NEEDHAM, Martha married woman Willunga, died 3/6/1897, of senile decay, aged 83 Application 24003

No 1

NEEDHAM, Richard John inspector of stock Redruth 1894 Memorial 17/423

NEEDHAM, Richard John chief inspector of stock Adelaide 1905[-1909] Memorial 98/456, Application 25555

No 1

NEEDHAM, Richard William clerk in holy orders Mitcham 1861[-1862] Memorial 81/172

NEEDHAM, Richard William minister of the gospel Mitcham - committee member Belair Retreat 1877 Memorial 10/304

NEEDHAM, RW proclaimed bank manager Loxton 1929 Memorial 166/502

No 1

NEEDHAM, Samuel Pascal Brasch Esquire Adelaide 1871[-1876] Memorial 72/257

NEEDHAM, Samuel Pascal Brasch bank clerk Adelaide 1873 Memorial 246/265

NEEDHAM, Samuel Pascal Brasch bank manager formerly of Adelaide but now of Fremantle WA 1883 Memorial 119/354

NEEDHAM, William farmer Willunga 1899[-1921] Memorial 59/439

No 1

NEEDS, William farmer Mudla Wirra and Mary Needs his wife 1868 Memorial 28/231

No 2

NEEDS, William farmer Lameroo. Hundred of Bews land grant 1911 Grant Book 12 Page 8 County Chandos

NEELY, William yeoman Pt Lincoln 1848[-1858] Memorial 344/11

No 1

NEEVES, Newling labourer Fifth Creek 1864 Memorial 200/199

NEEVES, Newling gardener Thorndon Park 1864 Application 5844

No 1

NEHLIG, Georgette Henriette spinster Kensington 1851 Memorial 185/36

NEHLIG, Georgette Henriette spinster Kensington , died 1864. She left her home at Kensington to her executors, Thomas CATERER schoolmaster Beaumont, and William Henry MUDIE schoolmaster Glen Osmond, either to sell for funds or use as the site for 'an Almshouse for poor women of good character being either widows or spinsters of not less then fifty years of age' Memorial 28/198

NEHLIG, Georgette Henriette spinster Kensington, will 6/8/1864. Her house and shop (Lot 60, Section 289, Survey B) in trust to Thomas CATERER schoolmaster Beaumont and William Henry MUDIE schoolmaster Glen Osmond, ‘to assist in building and endowing an almshouse for poor women of good character being either widows or spinsters and of not less than 50 years of age’. £2 legacies to Ernest and Agnes BAKER children of Edward Baker shoemaker Kensington, to be placed in the Savings Bank of SA until they reach the age of 21. The rest of her personal and real estate to be sold off to pay off her debts and to provide funds for the almshouse Deposit 270/1864

No 1

NEHRLICH, Anna Christiana widow Lobethal 1848 Memorial 144/10

NEHRLICH, Anna Christiana widow formerly of Lobethal but then residing in Germany 1853. Hermann Conrad STAKEMANN Esquire Adelaide was her SA attorney Memorial 110/56

No 1

NEIDECK, Christian farmer Hundred of Light 1858 Memorial 74/144

NEIDECK, Christian farmer Eden Valley 1862 Memorial 40/505

NEIDECK, Dorothea Sophie nee KORN, born at Acken near Magdeburg, Kingdom of Prussia, left her estate - £70 cash, her bed and bedding 'together with apparels' to Wilhelm Friedrich BLUECHER/BLÜCHER farmer Neu Mecklenburg 'who has taken care of me in my last days'. No claim to estate from her step-sons, Leberecht and Christian Neideck, of Albury NSW 'in any way or nature upon me' 1870 Memorial 16/250

No 1

NEIDECK, Leberecht farmer Parrot Hill 1859 Memorial 222/155

NEIDECK, Leberecht farmer Greenock 1861 Memorial 259/172

NEIDECK, Leberecht farmer farmer Eden Valley 1862 Memorial 40/505

No 1

NEIGHBOUR, Arthur shop assistant Goolwa 1933 Memorial 6/507

NEIGHBOUR, Arthur retired Goolwa, aged 65 years in 1955, declared that he had lived in Goolwa for over 40 years Application 29139

NEIGHBOUR, Arthur out of business Partridge St, Goolwa 1961, declared he had been born on 3/4/1890 and had lived in Goolwa all his life Application 29422

No 1

NEIGHBOUR, Edward William labourer Encounter Bay 1867 Memorial 83/228

NEIGHBOUR, Edward William fisherman Murray Mouth 1884 Application 20269

NEIGHBOUR, Robert labourer Goolwa and Alice Neighbour his wife 1884 Application 20127

NEIL, David baker Copperhouse 1859[-1879] Memorial 116/156

No 1
NEIL, George sheep farmer Willaston 1852 Memorial 3/60

NEIL, George butcher Bertha 1854 Memorial 460/77

NEIL, George farmer Bushy Park near Willaston 1866 Memorial 25/213

NEIL, George gentleman Gawler West 1872 Memorial 29/260

No 1

NEIL, John bootmaker Gladstone, became a bankrupt in 1885 Memorial 247/365

No 2

NEIL, John currier Brompton 1895 Application 22827

No 1

NEIL, Michael labourer Donnybrook near Clare 1883[-1901] Memorial 185/352

NEIL, Michael contractor Donnybrook near Clare 1903 Memorial 225/449

NEIL, Michael contractor Clare 1913 Memorial 115/469

NEIL, Michael formerly labourer but now contractor Donnybrook near Clare 1917 Memorial 54/484

No 1

NEIL, Patrick farmer Kanmantoo 1853[-1857] Memorial 369/54

No 2

NEIL, Patrick farmer Hundred of Belvidere 1854 Memorial 277/63

NEIL, Patrick farmer Section 375 Hundred of Belvidere 1856 Memorial 157/101

No 1

NEIL, William farmer Oodlawirra 1893 Memorial 41/417

No 2

NEIL, William labourer Tarcowie. Hundred of Tarcowie land grant 1911 Grant Book 13 Page 61 County Dalhousie

No 1

NEILL, Andrew Sinclair gentleman Pt Adelaide 1855 Memorial 400/80

NEILL, Andrew Sinclair merchant’s clerk Pt Adelaide 1868. Enrolment 35/49

NEILL, Andrew Sinclair agent formerly of Alberton but now of Queenstown 1874 Memorial 93/293

NEILL, Andrew Sinclair gentleman Pt Adelaide 1882 Application 19554

NEILL, Andrew Sinclair Manager Pt Adelaide Branch Elder, Smith & Co Pt Adelaide 1885 Application 20700

NEILL, Andrew Sinclair SA Railway Commissioner Adelaide 1889 Application 21665

NEILL, Andrew Sinclair SA Railway Commissioner North Adelaide (Palmer Place) 1890 Memorial 4/401

NEILL, Andrew Sinclair accountant Adelaide 1896 Application 23067

NEILL, Andrew Sinclair accountant Adelaide, local attorney for Jessie Ann KNIGHT wife of Lawrence Knight holloware manufacturer King William Town, Cape of Good Hope, South Africa 1899 Application 26818

NEILL, David baker Copperhouse 1859 Memorial 116/156

No 1

NEILL, John merchant’s clerk Pt Adelaide 1849 Memorial 460/19

NEILL, John accountant Pt Adelaide 1855 Memorial 278/91

NEILL, John accountant Queenstown 1858 Application 18

NEILL, John accountant Alberton 1867 Memorial 3/223

NEILL, John accountant Pt Adelaide 1857 linked with Thomas Neill accountant Adelaide Memorial 151/128

NIELL, John and Thomas accountants Adelaide 1855 Memorial 310/81

NEILL, John accountant Pt Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1873[-1874] Grant Book 14 Page 82 County Daly

NEILL, John accountant Pt Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1874 Grant Book 14 Page 59 County Daly

NEILL, John accountant Pt Adelaide 1880 Application 18333

NEILL, John accountant The Semaphore, died 4/1/1890. Last surviving trustee of the Michael FEATHERSTONE estate. William Neill accountant Adelaide 1897, belonged to the Neill family Memorial 16/430

NEILL, John ship owner Pt Adelaide 1885 Application 20798

NEILL, John accountant Pt Adelaide, NEILL, Andrew Sinclair agent later merchant’s clerk Pt Adelaide and NEILL, William banker Yatala, executors and trustees of the will of Thomas Neill of Hackney deceased 1885 Applications 20603 & 20668

NEILL, John accountant Semaphore, died 4/1/1890. His estate worth £2,500. His wife, Mary Brown Neill, to receive the personal estate absolutely, as well as the income from the estate held in trust, for life. Then the estate to be sold and the proceeds distributed equally absolutely in remainder expectant amongst the 7 children of the marriage. Executors: his son, John Charles Neill accountant Semaphore, and his sons-in-law, Alfred Le MESSURIER shipping agent Semaphore, and Ernest Le Messurier shipping agent's clerk Semaphore Application 26496

NEILL, John accountant Semaphore, died Palmer Place, North Adelaide, of enlarged prostate and cystitis on operation, aged 64. Last surviving trustee of the Featherstone Estate. William Neill of Adelaide gave this information Deposit 3/1897

NEILL, John accountant Semaphore , died 4/1/1890 North Adelaide. He left his real estate in trust for his widow, Mary Brown Neill, for life, then equally absolutely in remainder expectant to his 7 unnamed children. Estate worth £2,500. People named in the will included - his son John Charles Neill shipping agent Semaphore and his sons-in-law, Alfred Le MESSURIER and Ernest Le Messurier shipping agents Semaphore Application 29246

NEILL, John gentleman The Semaphore, died 4/1/1890. John Charles Neill shipping agent The Semaphore probably a son Application 22010

NEILL, John accountant Semaphore, died 4/1/1890. Estate worth £2,500. Executors: John Charles Neill shipping agent Semaphore and Alfred Le MESSURIER shipping agent Semaphore and Ernest Le Messurier shipping agent's clerk Semaphore 1902 Memorial 107/446

No 1

NEILL, John Charles accountant Pt Adelaide 1892[-1897] Memorial 217/415

NEILL, John Charles mercantile manager Pt Adelaide linked with William Neill formerly bank manager but now accountant Adelaide 1897 Application 23420

NEILL, John Charles mercantile manager Pt Adelaide linked with William Neill accountant Adelaide 1904 Memorial 8/452

NEILL, John Charles mercantile manager Pt Adelaide linked with William Neill formerly bank manager but now public accountant Adelaide 1919 Memorial 40/478

NEILL, John Charles mercantile manager Pt Adelaide and NEILL, William bank manager Adelaide 1919, trustees for the Michael FEATHERSTONE Estate,under the order of His Honour Sir JP BOUCAUT Application 26765

NEILL, Joseph cornfactor Adelaide 1850 Memorial 136/21

NEILL, Robert Gore accountant Adelaide 1913 Memorial 3/470

NEILL, Terence gardener Redhill. Hundred of Redhill land grant 1911 Grant Book 14 Page 381 County Daly

No 1

NEILL, Thomas accountant Adelaide 1845[-1855] Memorial 335/4

NEILL, Thomas bookkeeper Adelaide 1854 Memorial 249/74

NEILL, Thomas accountant Adelaide 1855[-1856] Memorial 278/91

NEILL, Thomas gentleman Hackney 1865 Application 6777

NEILL, Thomas gentleman Hackney near Adelaide died c1877. His wife, Jean Neill, to get his personal effects absolutely, except for certain pieces to go to his sons - John Neill accountant Pt Adelaide, Andrew Sinclair Neill agent Pt Adelaide, William Neill bank manager Kapunda. The widow allowed to live in the family home for life. The rest of the real estate to be sold and the money invested - £300 to the widow each year for life; two-thirds of the remainder of the annual income to be shared equally amongst the children; one third to be reinvested with the principle. After the widow died, the estate fund to be divided equally absolutely in remainder expectant amongst the children Application 18944

NEILL, Thomas gentleman Hackney, died 1878. Family included John Neill accountant Pt Adelaide, Andrew Sinclair Neill agent Pt Adelaide and William Neill bank manager Kapunda Memorial 76/313

NEILL, Thomas accountant Hackney died 8/8/1878 at home, of senile decay and paralysis, aged 75. John Neill gentleman Pt Adelaide gave this information Deposit 222/1878

No 2

NEILL, Thomas farmer Pine Creek. East Auburn Disciples of Christ Chapel trustee 1871 Memorial 239/251

NEILL, Thomas Warwick farmer McLaren Vale 1915 Application 26429

No 1

NEILL, William banker's clerk Adelaide 1866[-1872] Memorial 86/217

NEILL, William National Bank manager Kapunda 1877 Memorial 68/300

NEILL, William bank manager formerly of Kapunda but now of Pt Adelaide 1882 Memorial 59/341

NEILL, William bank manager formerly of Kapunda but now of Adelaide 1892 Memorial 15/414

NEILL, William formerly bank manager but now accountant Adelaide 1907 Memorial 204/457

NEILL, William Irvine monumental mason Moonta 1925 Memorial 32/494

NEILSON, Albert farmer formerly of Kulpara but now of Pella Weela 1887 Memorial 149/383

NEILSON, Alexander farmer Telowie 1888 Memorial 209/392

NEILSON, Andrew of Addison Rd, Pennington, died 11/3/1901 intestate. His son, Thomas Alfred Neilson, inherited this estate as heir at law. He died 1/1/1935. His wife, Mary Neilson, died 4/10/1938. Their daughter, Eileen Thelma Neilson housemaid Addison Rd, Pennington, aged 36 years in 1941 inherited this property from her parents. Both she and her parents used to graze horses and cattle on their own vacant allotments in the vicinity. Andrew William Neilson labourer 1 Helen St, Pennington, was another son of Andrew Neilson. Frances Matina Neilson home duties 15 Starr St, Paddington, aged 67 in 1941, was a daughter of Andrew Neilson Application 28302

NEILSON, Eileen Thelma housemaid Addison Rd, Pennington 1941 Application 28286

NEILSON, James farmer Fords 1892 Application 22204

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

NEILSON, John farmer formerly of Thebarton, but now of Allendale near Morphett Vale 1846 Memorial 103/7

NEILSON, John farmer Section 462 [O'Halloran Hill] Co Adelaide 1847 Memorial 465/11

NEILSON, John farmer Allendale O’Halloran Hill 1848[-1854] Memorials 232 & 233/12

NEILSON, John farmer Worthing Mine 1857 Memorial 119/118

NEILSON, John farmer formerly of O'Halloran Hill but now of Morphett Vale 1865 Application 6700

NEILSON, John farmer formerly of Allendale 1848 but now of Morphett Vale 1867 Application 8954

NEILSON, John farmer Morphett Vale 1869 Memorial 45/240

NEILSON, John the Elder farmer Tapley Hill near Brighton, died 22/2/1873. Husband of Mary Neilson. Father of Thomas Neilson who died 9/7/1888 and Alexander Neilson, farmer Telowie by 1892 Memorial 90/414

No 2

NEILSON, John retired gentleman Arthur St, Penola, aged 83 in 1960, declared that he had lived in the town all his life. He spoke of Big Donald MCLEOD who lived in Julian St, Penola, and died before 1900 Application 29413

NEILSON, John sawmiller Arthur St, Penola, aged 74 in 1962, declared that he had lived in Penola for life Application 29483

NEILSON, Peter of Crystal Brook 1886 Memorial 67/380

No 1

NEILSON, Thomas Alfred contractor Rosewater 1911 Memorial 204/464, Application 25962

NEILSON, Thomas Alfred carrier Rosewater 1925. He was the son of Andrew Neilson, who died 1901 Application 27376

NEILSON, Thomas Alfred carrier Private Road, Yatala Plains, died 1/1/1935 North Adelaide. Husband of Mary Neilson. AW Neilson labourer and W BAKER manager both of Edithburgh mentioned. Mary Neilson widow Pennington, died 4/10/1938. Mother of Eileen Thelma Neilson Memorials 120 & 121/515

NEILSON, William sawyer Penola 1902 Application 24469

NEILY, Richard farmer Tiparra 1887[-1889] Memorial 137/382

NEINABER, Heinrich Carl August cabinetmaker Norwood 1857 Memorial 271/146

No 1

NEINDORF, August farmer Round Hill 1885 Memorial 37/368

NEINDORF, August and George farmers Round Hill [Hundred of Palmer?] 1887 Memorial 33/386

NEINDORF, August George farmer Parrakie. Hundred of Allenby land grant 1937 Grant Book 12 Page 151 County Chandos

No 1

NEINDORF, Carl Friedrich Wilhelm carpenter Robertstown 1921[-1922] Memorial 29/484, Application 27095

NEINDORF, Carl Friedrich Wilhelm retired Kapunda and Sophie Neindorf his wife 1931 Application 27849

NEINDORF, Sophie widow formerly of Kapunda but now of Kensington 1941 Memorial 86/515

NEINDORF, Charles William farmer Parilla. Hundred of Parilla land grant 1937 Grant Book 12 Page 102 County Chandos

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

NEINDORF, George and Wilhelm farmers The Light 1867[-1872] Memorial 159/225

NEINDORF, George farmer near Freeling trustee Lutheran Church Freeling Freeling (Hundred of Nuriootpa) township allotment land grant 1867 Grant Book 44 Page 312 County Light

NEINDORF, Georg and Wilhelm farmers Daveyston 1872 Application 12357

NEINDORF, George Hundred of Palmer 1885 Memorial 26/368

NEINDORF, Paul Theodor labourer Pt Lincoln 1927[-1945] Memorial 114/497

No 1

NEINDORF, Wilhelm farmer King's Belt near Daveyston 1886 Memorial 174/375, Application 20965

NEINDORF, Wilhelm farmer Daveyston 1889 Memorial 125/395

NEINDORF, Wilhelm farmer Daveyston 1893 Application 22523

NEINDORF, Wilhelm farmer near Freeling 1916 Application 26511

No 2

NEINDORF, Wilhelm farmer Geranium Plain trustee unnamed Lutheran Church and cemetery 1900 Grant Book 18 Page 92 County Eyre

NELDNER, Wilhelm farmer Neu Mecklenburg 1879 Memorial 107/317

No 1

NELL, Henry gentleman Adelaide 1842 Memorial 365/2

NELL, Henry gentleman The Sturt [Section 149 Survey B] 1843 Memorial 466/2

No 1

NELLIGAN, John farmer Urania 1887 Memorial 95/387

NELLIGAN, John farmer Wauraltee 1897 Memorial 85/433

NELLIGAN, Joseph William, MITCHELL, Roma Flinders & WALTERS, George Henry solicitors Scottish House, Waymouth St, Adelaide 1950 Application 28713

No 1

NELLNER, Wilhelm farmer Moorooroo 1862 Application 3069

NELLNER, Wilhelm farmer Gnadenberg 1864 Memorial 102/200

No 1 – probably the same person

NELSON, Albert farmer Tickera 1890 Memorial 157/405

NELSON, Albert farmer Bews. Hundred of Tickera land grant 1911 Grant Book 14 Page 224 County Daly

No 1

NELSON, Andrew carter Yatala near Pt Adelaide 1877 Application 15736

No 2

NELSON, Andrew farmer Pt Augusta Hundred of Pichi Richi land grant 1879 Grant Book 49 Page 19 County Newcastle

NELSON, Charles grocer Norwood 1897 Memorial 132/432

No 1

NELSON, Edward labourer Narracoorte 1885 Memorial 173/364

NELSON, Edward labourer Narracoorte 1885 Application 20652

ELSON, Ernest August bootmaker Commercial Road, Pt Adelaide 1918 Memorial 140/477

No 1

NELSON, Francis farmer Tothill Creek 1866[-1884] Memorial 179/213

NELSON, Francis farmer Apoinga 1871 Application 11348

NELSON, Francis of Tothill Belt 1884 Memorial 94/359

No 1

NELSON, Frank Lionel of Melbourne Vic but temporarily residing in Adelaide, manager of the Union Consolidated Copper Mines No Liability 1907 Memorial 25/457

NELSON, Frank Lionel secretary Adelaide (75 King William St) 1912 Memorial 93/467

NELSON, G labourer Hindmarsh Valley 1867 Memorial 113/221

NELSON, Henry Peter cooper Pt Adelaide and Charlotte Nelson his wife [apparently the daughter of White KNAPMAN who never came to SA and a niece to William Knapman brewer Pt Adelaide] 1901 Application 24187

No 1

NELSON, James gentleman Pt Adelaide 1852 Memorial 226/40

NELSON, James shipwright Pt Adelaide 1853 Memorial 359/46

NELSON, James wheelwright Myponga 1857 Memorial 267/130

NELSON, James wheelwright Aldinga linked with the late Susan Nelson widow Myponga, who died 2/1/1902 Memorial 54/446

No 1 - perhaps the same person

NELSON, John sawyer Adelaide 1849 Memorial 381/16

NELSON, John carrier Adelaide 1851[-1857] Memorial 104/37

No 2

NELSON, John the Younger farmer Riverton 1866 Memorial 13/214

No 3

NELSON, John seaman Pt Adelaide 1863[-1877] Memorial 4/295

NELSON, John labourer Weymouth, Le Fevre Peninsula 1877 Application 15681

NELSON, John labourer formerly of Pt Adelaide but now of Le Fevre Peninsula 1877 Application 15835

NELSON, John formerly seaman Pt Adelaide 1863 but now labourer Le Fevre Peninsula 1877 Application 16084

No 4

NELSON, John farmer Lake Plains near Milang 1884 Memorial 37/357

No 5

NELSON, John labourer Kooringa 1915 Memorial 142/473

NELSON, John Vincent farmer Clanfield trustee Clanfield Hall 1922 Grant Book 12 Page 12 County Chandos

No 1

NELSON, Joseph butcher Kooringa 1924[-1938] Memorial 182/489

NELSON, Joseph formerly butcher but now porter Kooringa 1928 Memorial 89/500

No 1

NELSON, Malte labourer Clarendon 1882 Memorial 123/344

NELSON, Malte farmer Yanyarrie 1885[-1888] Memorial 69/367

No 1

NELSON, Margaret Elizabeth widow Portland Estate 1915 Application 26456

NELSON, Margaret Elizabeth widow Langham Place, Portland Estate Pt Adelaide 1916 Application 26553

NELSON, Mrs widow Pt Pirie 1881 Application 18924

NELSON, O storekeeper Harrogate 1904 Application 24766

NELSON, Olaf farmer Hundred of Tickera 1891 Memorial 203/409

No 1

NELSON, Oliver yeoman Milang 1893 Memorial 91/417

NELSON, Oliver yeoman Milang 1908 Application 25410

No 1

NELSON, Peter stockholder Hundred of Mudla Wirra 1864 Memorial 210/197

NELSON, Peter farmer Willaston Hundred of Redhill land grant 1878 Grant Book 14 Page 367 County Daly

NELSON, Peter Aaron farmer Black Hill trustee unnamed Cemetery Hundred of Ridley Hundred of Ridley land grant 1897 Grant Book 58 Page 155 County Sturt

NELSON, Richard packer Olary 1903 Memorial 222/447

NELSON, Richard Henry labourer Pt Adelaide 1854 Memorial 261/76

No 1

NELSON, Robert Leonard farmer Pinnaroo. Hundred of Kingsford land grant 1927 Grant Book 12 Page 271 County Chandos

NELSON, Robert Leonard farmer Taylor Ave Payneham Co Adelaide. Karte (Hundred of Kingsford) township allotment land grant 1929 Grant Book 12 Page 231 County Chandos

No 1

NELSON, Samuel shoemaker Adelaide 1846[-1851] Memorial 225/7

NELSON, Samuel gentleman Adelaide 1853[-1855] Memorial 252/56

NELSON, Samuel of Plympton 1855 Memorial 422/86

NELSON, Samuel gentleman Plympton 1858 Memorial 200/137

NELSON, Samuel farmer Plympton linked with Thomas Nelson farmer Riverton 1860 Memorial 62/161

NELSON, Samuel Esquire Plympton 1860 Memorial 57/163

NELSON, Samuel formerly shoemaker Adelaide 1859 later farmer Plympton but now of Sydney NSW 1868 Application 9062

No 1

NELSON, Susan widow Myponga 1897 Application 23384

NELSON, Susan widow Myponga 1898 Memorial 118/435

NELSON, Susan widow Myponga [relict of the late James Campbell Nelson], died 2/1/1902 Willunga. Her estate worth £190. She could not write. The executors to sell the estate and to distibute the proceeds to her children in equal shares - Elizabeth Davis DONELLY wife of Frederick Donelly, Margaret Ann WHITINGTON wife of William Henry Whitington, Mary Jane TILLER wife of George Tiller, and James NELSON carpenter Aldinga 1920 Application 26895

No 1

NELSON, Thomas storekeeper Adelaide 1847[-1853] Memorial 79/8

NELSON, Thomas baker Adelaide 1848. Did he lease Section 696 Hundred of Onkaparinga from Bertie Cornelius CATOR Esquire Belgrave Square, Middlesex, England, from late 1850 at £30 a year? Memorial 348/10

NELSON, Thomas formerly baker Adelaide but now farmer Hurtle Vale Hundred of Noarlunga 1850[-1851] Memorial 289/21

NELSON, Thomas farmer Onkaparinga 1849 Memorial 318/20

NELSON, Thomas baker Alberton 1850. He took over Samuel MARSDEN’s business on Commercial Road Memorial 473/21

NELSON, Thomas baker Adelaide (Franklin St) 1855 Memorial 244/83

NELSON, Thomas baker Glenelg 1856[-1858] Memorial 41/111

NELSON, Thomas baker Glenelg Hundred of Gilbert land grant 1858 Grant Book 44 Page 50 County Light

NELSON, Thomas formerly baker Glenelg but now farmer Hundred of Gilbert 1859 Memorial 13/161

NELSON, Thomas farmer Hundred of Gilbert 1859[-1863] Memorial 62/155

NELSON, Thomas baker Adelaide (Grote St) 1866[-1868] Memorial 218/222

No 1

NELSON, Thomas Lowten Kerr Esquire Major of HM 40th Regiment of Foot at present commanding the troops in the province of SA 1857 Memorial 3/128

NELSON, Thomas Lowten Kerr Major in HM 40th Foot Regiment Commanding the Forces in SA, about to leave the province, power of attorney to Samuel TOMKINSON Esquire Manager of the Bank of Australasia, Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 23/4/1860 Deposit 185/1861

NELSON, Thomas Lowten Kerr Major in HM 40th Infantry Regiment formerly of Adelaide 1860 Memorial 111/167

NELSON, Thomas Lowten Kerr Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now in parts beyond the seas 1862 Memorial 67/187

NELSON, Thomas Lowten Kerr Major in the 40th Regiment of Foot and Brevet-Lieutenant-Colonel in the Army formerly commanding HMs troops in the province of SA, died c1867, probably in Southsea, Hants, England. He left the bulk of his estate, including real estate in SA, to his brother, Alexander Abercromby Nelson Lieutenant-Colonel in HMs Army England Memorials 174/227 & 190/227

NELSON, Thomas Lowten Kerr Major in HM 40th Foot Regiment and Brevet Lieutenant Colonel in the Army Rutland House, Southsea, Hants, England, died 22/5/1867. Estate worth £12,000. £100 to his friend, Samuel TOMKINSON Esquire Manager of the Bank of Australasia, Adelaide, ‘in token of his constant uniform kindness’. A brother, George Nelson, had died. Legacy of £100 to be paid annually to his son, Charles Nelson, during the lifetime of the testator’s beloved brother, Alexander Abercromby Nelson, who was the executor. TLK Nelson had served in SA (he commanded the troops there) and New Zealand. In NZ, he had been very sick - left Hospital Sergeant John Hollett £10 for nursing him so well. AA Nelson Lieutenant-Col in HM Army, England, gave power of attorney to Samuel Tomkinson to manage his late brother’s mortgage estate in SA, and to invest the profits in further mortgage property 23/11/1867 Deposit 49/1868

No 1

NELSON, William engineer Adelaide 1860 Memorial 9/170

No 2

NELSON, William farmer Two Wells Hundred of Dublin land grant 1877 Grant Book 26 Page 338 County Gawler

No 3

NELSON, William shipbuilder Rosatala 1902 Memorial 42/459

No 4

NELSON, William labourer Kooringa 1914 Memorial 4/471

NELSON, William Andrews shipwright Birkenhead and Lily Nelson his wife 1930 Application 27818

NELSON, William Butterworth farmer Angas Park 1850 Memorial 494/23

NELSON, WE clerk to Elder, Smith & Co Ltd Pt Pirie 1925 Memorial 165/494

No 1

NENKE, Hermann farmer Tanunda 1856 Memorial 212/109

NENKE, Hermann labourer Tanunda 1857 Memorial 314/118

NINKE/NENKE?, Hermann of Tanunda son-in-law of Johann Gottfried REICH labourer Tanunda 1864 Memorial 4/247

NENKE, Hermann storekeeper Brunskill 1873 Memorial 68/269

No 1

NENKE, Julius Gustav tinman Tanunda 1858 Memorial 92/133

NENKE, Julius tinmith Greenock 1908, declared that he had lived in the township for 40 years Application 25503

NEOIR, Bernard RC priest Pt Augusta 1877 Application 15747

NEPEAN-SMITH, George Frederick Douglas grazier Kersbrook 1903 Memorial 124/448

No 1

NERLICH, Carl farmer Truro Hundred of Dutton land grant 1888 Grant Book 17 Page 98 County Eyre

NERLICH, Carl farmer Allendale 1914 Memorial 71/470

NERLICH, Carl farmer Allendale North 1915 Application 26438

No 1

NESBIT, Edward Pariss solicitor Adelaide 1874 Memorial 174/275

NESBIT, Edward Pariss gentleman Adelaide, about to marry Ellen LOGUE spinster Adelaide, settlement in trust of a £1,000 life insurance with the Alliance British and Foreign Life and Fire Assurance Company, upon his intended wife in trust for life, then upon him in trust for life, then to their children in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant 9/12/1874. Trustees Joseph Colin Francis JOHNSON and Thomas Wilson FLEMING gentleman Adelaide Deposit 72/1892

NESBIT, Edward Pariss solicitor Adelaide changed his name to Paris Nesbit 1901 Memorial 105/443

NESBIT, Paris solicitor Adelaide (Santo Buildings Waymouth St) 1910 Memorial 133/470

No 1

NESBIT, Edward Planta schoolmaster Angaston 1855[-1856] Penrice Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee Memorials 182/88, 171/111

NESBIT, Edward Planta schoolmaster formerly of Angaston 1857 now of Pennington Tce, North Adelaide 1869 Application 10364

NESBIT, Emily G of North Tce, Adelaide 1892 Memorial 129/413

No 1

NESBIT, Ernest Edward gentleman Sydenham on the Torrens 1899 Memorial 189/439

NESBIT, Ernest Edward gentleman Torrensford near Paradise 1899 Memorial 190/439

NESBIT, Henry A clerk to Messrs W & T POPE solicitors Adelaide 1882 Memorial 166/344

NESBIT, Nicholson solicitor Adelaide (Central Chambers) 1859 Application 17130

No 1

NESBIT, RG managing clerk to Messrs NESBIT & WEBB solicitors Adelaide 1901 Memorial 242/443

NESBIT, Reginald George solicitor Adelaide (Santo Buildings Waymouth St) 1910 Memorial 133/470

No 1

NESBIT, Vincent Edward watchmaker Laura 1878 Memorial 149/308

NESBIT, Vincent Edward watchmaker formerly of Laura but now of Perth WA 1884 Memorial 52/356

No 1

NESBITT, William Peel surgeon Kooringa 1876 Application 14962

NESBITT, William Peel surgeon Kooringa 1879[-1880] Memorial 100/319

No 1

NESS, Charles yeoman Adelaide 1850 Memorial 201/20

NESS, Charles farmer Nangkita 1855 Memorial 372/81

NESS, Charles farmer The Finniss 1856 Memorial 54/108

NESS, Charles farmer Low Park near Goolwa 1857 Memorial 262/115

NESS, Charles farmer Currency Creek 1858 Memorial 24/133

No 1 - perhaps the same person; the Younger?

NESS, Hugh shepherd Bundaleer 1870 Memorial 135/244

NESS, Hugh labourer Bundaleer. Hundred of Bundaleer land grant 1873 Grant Book 60 Page 69 County Victoria

NESS, Hugh of Ulipa 1890 Memorial 192/406

No 2

NESS, Hugh the Elder ironmoulder Clare, died 14/7/1893 Pt Augusta, a widower. Father of James Ness, Paul Ness, William Ness station manager Marachowie Station, Hugh the Younger and Peter Ness. Estate worth £200 Memorial 75/463
NESS, Hugh the Elder widower ironmoulder Clare, died 14/7/1893 Pt Augusta. Husband of Elizabeth Ann Ness, who had already died. He left six sons - James Ness (deceased by 1910, Paul (deceased by 1910), William Ness (manager Murra Chowie Station 1895 deceased by 1910) , Hugh the Younger and Peter Ness (carpenter Pt Augusta, aged 54) 1910 Application 25809

NESS, John storekeeper Kooringa 1849 Memorial 419/17

NESS, Robert John farmer near Currency Creek Hundred of Nangkita land grant 1883[-1884] Grant Book 37 Page 13 County Hindmarsh

NESS, Thomas Benjamin Bert farmer Milang 1944[-1945] Memorial 74/518, Application 28714

NESS, William station manager Marachowie Station and Elizabeth Ann Ness his wife 1895 Memorial 71/426 By 1910, Elizabeth Ann Ness was a widow living in Narrogin WA Memorial 48/463

NESS, William Edmund dairy farmer Goolwa, aged 65 in 1956, declared he had lived in the district all his life Application 29201

NESTOR, James farmer Norwood 1853 Memorial 254/53

NESTOR, John farmer Bugle Ranges near Macclesfield 1871 Application 11258

NESTOR, Patrick Joseph storekeeper Kanmantoo and Mary Ann Nestor his wife 1882 Memorial 245/336

No 1

NESTOR, Thomas farmer Bugle Ranges 1853 Memorial 248/53

NESTOR, Thomas farmer Bugle Ranges near Macclesfield 1858 Memorial 91/140

NESTOR, Thomas farmer Bugle Ranges near Macclesfield 1860. He could not write Application 12497

NETHERWOOD, William David farmer Lameroo. Hundred of Bews land grant 1927 Grant Book 12 Page 14 County Chandos

NETHWAY, George brickmaker Walkerville 1877 Memorial 222/299

NETTELBECK, August Leopold Gustav farmer Tanunda 1862[-1872] Memorial 212/181, Application 11859

NETTELBECK, Friedrich Gottlieb farmer Tanunda 1852[-1853] Memorial 465/40

NETTELBECK, George Friedrich Wilhelm egg merchant Dimboola Vic linked with Gustav Friedrich Bernhard Nettelbeck egg merchant Tanunda 1928 Memorial 28/499

NETTELBECK, Gustav Friedrich Bernhard egg merchant Tanunda 1927 Memorial 149/496

NETTELBECK, Hermann Heinrich Samuel plumber and gasfitter Adelaide (Coromandel Place), a bankrupt by 1887 Memorial 29/386

NETTELL, Charles Edward agent Angaston 1924 Application 27267

No 1

NETTELL, Matthew blacksmith Angaston 1907 Memorial 90/457

NETTELL, Matthew blacksmith formerly of Angaston but now of Blackwood 1911. Angaston Methodist Church trustee Application 26005

No 1

NETTER, Jonas no description general power of attorney to Nathan Netter no description 1908 Memorial 203/458

NETTER, Jonas Esquire of no description 1911 commissioned Netter Buildings pt Town Acre 47, corner of Hindley and Gresham Sts Adelaide. Plans prepared by Sibley & Wooldridge architects AMP Building King William St, Adelaide Dec 1910. Netter’s solicitors were Murray, Hayward & Magarey. Deposit 12/1911. In 1920, he had plans made for The Midway, on pt Town Acre 42, in Rundle St, in connection with Application 26834. The architect was EA MCMICHAEL Brookman Buildings, Adelaide, perhaps August 1920. Deposit 59/1920. J Netter had another building designed for pt Town Acre 77, corner of Hindley and Peel Sts in 1929 CT 1711/90. Architect not mentioned. Deposit 66/1939

NETTER, Jonas importer Adelaide 1919 Memorial 87/478

NETTER, Jonas out of business 31 Gresham St, Adelaide 1940 Memorial 152/514

No 1

NETTLE, James miner Kooringa 1851[-1856] Memorial 436/37

No 2

NETTLE, James storekeeper Parakylia 1883 Memorial 43/347

NETTLE, John J of Pt Vincent 1881 Memorial 27/336

No 1

NETTLE, Robert miner Adelaide 1847 Memorial 137/9

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

NETTLE, Robert farmer Hindmarsh Valley 1857 Hundred of Goolwa land grant Memorial 17/121

NETTLE, Robert farmer Hindmarsh Valley Hundred of Encounter Bay land grant 1866 Grant Book 36 Page 96 County Hindmarsh

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

NETTLETON, William mason Redruth 1859[-1860] Memorial 355/160

NETTLETON, William the Younger clerk Moonta 1874 Memorial 176/271

No 1

NEU, Adolf carpenter Section 1064 Survey B 1855 Memorial 287/83

NEU, Adolf gardener Magill 1863 Memorial 159/196

NEUENKIRCHEN, Johann Heinrich Robert cooper Adelaide 1904 Memorial 80/451

NEUENKIRCHEN, Wilhelm Hermann Friedrich locksmith Adelaide 1908 Application 25417

NEUDICK, Lebrecht farmer North Rhine 1862 Application 3241

NEUFFERT, JM assistant to Richard and James KEYNES storekeepers Tanunda [The Keynes men were also of North Rhine] 1860 Memorial 154/162

No 1

NEUMANN, Adolph licensed victualler Victorville Hotel, Victorville 1860 Memorial 76/165

NEUMANN, Adolph publican Victorville Hotel Greenock Creek, died c1861. He left his entire estate in trust to his wife, Dorothea Sophie Johanne Neumann nee AUHL, for her lifetime, then to the survivors of the children of her two brothers, Heinrich and Christoph Auhl, living in Lyndoch Valley. Executors and trustees: Mrs Neumann and Dr MUECKE Esquire PHD of Tanunda 1861 Memorial 283/177

NEUMANN, Adolph licensed victualler Greenock Creek, died c 1861. His hotel, the Victorville Arms (lots 2, 4 Victorville), fell to Joseph Wilhelm SEPPELT on behalf of himself and all Neumann's other creditors. Opposing this action were Dorothea Sophie Johanne SEPPELT formerly Adolph Neumann's widow and her nephews and nieces - Johann Otto AUHL, Heinrich Auhl, August Heinrich Auhl, Ida Hannah Auhl, Wilhelm Franz Auhl, Emilie Dorothea Auhl, Ernst Georg Johann Auhl and Anna Auhl Memorial 88/179

NEUMANN, Adolph publican Victorville Hotel Greenock, died 22/6/1860. Husband of Dorothea Sophie Johanne nee AUHL. She remarried - to Joseph Wilhelm SEPPELT innkeeper Greenock. Sister to Christoph and Heinrich AUHL farmers Lyndoch Valley. Heinrich Auhl’s children were Johann Otto Auhl, Heinrich Auhl, August Heinrich Auhl, Ida Hannah Auhl, Wilhelm Franz Auhl, and Emiie Dorothea Auhl. Christoph Auhl’s children were Ernst Georg Johann Auhl, Anna Auhl, all under the age of 21. By 1865, Heinrich Auhl was a carter Greenock Creek. Application 6804

NEUMANN, August carpenter Tanunda 1856[-1858] Memorial 89/106

NEUMANN, Carl Friedrich Eduard stockkeeper Lake Hope, died intestate 10/1/1866 wounds received from blacks, aged 29. Brother to Gustav Daniel Friedrich Neumann yeoman Macclesfield 1873. CFE Neumann had also been a Macclesfield yeoman 1862 Application 12716

NEUMANN, Carl Vincent shoemaker Hope Valley 1847[-1849] Memorial 299/140 Farmer Hope Valley 1848 Memorial 298/140 Farmer Houghton 1850 Memorial 114/27

No 1

NEUMANN, Charles farmer Tea Tree Gully 1854 Memorial 465/73

NEUMANN, Charles farmer Houghton 1868 Memorial 183/230

No 2

NEUMANN, Charles locksmith Gawler South 1896 Memorial 192/428

No 3

NEUMANN, Charles engine fitter Quorn, died 18/6/1949. Husband of Alice Neumann Memorials 53 & 54/526

No 1

NEUMANN, Ernst Wilhelm farmer Light Pass 1853 Memorial 208/60

NEUMANN, Ernst Wilhelm farmer formerly of Angas Park but now of near Kapunda 1856 Memorial 252/108

NEUMANN, Ernst Wilhelm farmer near Kapunda 1857[-1858] Memorial 198/127

No 1

NEUMANN, Ferdinand Friedrich Wilhelm gentleman Macclesfield and Caroline Wilhelmine Neumann his wife 1868 Memorial 72/235

NEUMANN, Ferdinand Friedrich Wilhelm vinegrower Macclesfield 1873, and Caroline Wilhelmine Neumann his wife, had a son called Carl Friedrich Eduard Neumann yeoman Macclesfield and stockkeeper the Far North, who died 10/1/1873 Lake Hope, of wounds received from the Blacks, aged 29. The young man had bought an allotment in Macclesfield just before he died. Another son called Gustav Daniel Friedrich Neumann Application 12717

NEUMANN, G of Balaklava 1888 Memorial 10/391

NEUMANN, Gottfried farmer Blumberg 1873, had a life interest in certain real estate, as well as an annuity of £18 a year, in accordance with a family agreement. His wife, Anna Maria Neumann, to have these benefits after her husband had died Application 12677

NEUMANN, Johann August carpenter Tanunda 1856 Application 3526

NEUMANN, Johanne Ernestine widow near Lyndoch 1878 Application 16731

No 1

NEUMANN, Johann Friedrich August farmer Lobethal 1851 Memorial 450/33

NEUMANN, Johann Friedrich August farmer near Blumberg, died c1875. He left his widow, Johanne Luise Neumann nee SCHRECK, land in trust for life or until her remarriage, then to her sons, Johann Friedrich Neumann (born 18/1/1874) and Gottfried Wilhelm Neumann equally absolutely in remainder expectant. Another son, Carl August Neumann telegraphist Blumberg, and five daughters - Caroline WEGENER wife of W Wegener farmer Blumberg, Luise HOFFMANN wife of G Hoffmann farmer Blumberg, Marie MÜLLER wife of H Müller labourer Blumberg, Pauline HENSEL wife of G Hensel shopman Blumberg, and Mathilde Neumann spinster Blumberg. Mrs Neumann said that she and her husband had lived at Blumberg since c1851 Applications 21579 & 21580

NEUMANN, Johann Gottfried teacher Murray Bridge and Maria Elisabeth Neumann his wife 1888 Application 21492

NEUMANN, Johann Gottlob Renatus carpenter Murray Bridge Hundred of Mobilong land grant 1899 Grant Book 58 Page 374 County Sturt

NEUMANN, Johann Julius Theodor locksmith Tanunda 1853 Memorial 186/57 Linked with Theodor Neumann blacksmith Tanunda Memorial 73/58

NEUMANN, Johann Wilhelm farmer near Charleston 1861 Memorial 162/179

NEUMANN, Thomas grocer Thebarton 1867 Memorial 32/223

NEUMANN, Wilhelm and Gottfried farmers Mt Torrens 1854 Memorial 17/68

NEUSTADT, Henry licensed victualler Caltowie and Rose Neustadt his wife. Carrieton (Hundred of Eurelia) township allotment land grant 1879 Grant Book 13 Page 299 County Dalhousie

NEUSTADT, J storekeeper Stone Hut 1876 Memorial 144/292

No 1 – perhaps the same person

NEUSTADT, Jacob barman Caltowie.Carrieton (Hundred of Eurelia) township allotment land grant 1879 Grant Book 13 Page 296 County Dalhousie

NEUSTADT, Jacob of Adelaide. Linked with Sarah Neustadt of Adelaide 1890 Memorials 12/405 & 113/405

NEUSTADT, Norton Isidor merchant Adelaide 1859 Memorial 254/148

No 1

NEUWERTH, Franz Joseph farmer Stockwell 1863 Memorial 279/188

NEUWERTH, Franz Joseph farmer North Rhine and Luise Mathilde Neuwerth his wife formerly LM HOFFMANN widow of the late August Hoffmann farmer formerly of Bethanien then of North Rhine but now deceased 1863 Memorial 134/228

NEVE, William labourer Clare 1851 Memorial 34/191

No 1

NEVILE, CL clerk to Mr PRICE solicitor Adelaide 1869 Memorial 153/240

NEVILE, Cavendish L clerk to RC BAKER solicitor Adelaide 1870 Memorial 72/249

NEVILE, CL solicitor Adelaide 1875 Application 26059

NEVILE, Cavendish Lister solicitor Adelaide 1876 Memorial 36/290

NEVILE, Charles solicitor Adelaide 1873 Memorial 192/281

No 1

NEVILE, Sandford Hill clerk to RB COLLEY land agent Adelaide 1868 Memorial 107/236

NEVILE, Sandford Hill agent Adelaide, power of attorney to Cavendish Lister Nevile clerk Adelaide, about to leave the province for a time, to manage his SA business affairs, particularly trading in gold company shares, now and in any other absence from the province 1/8/1873 Deposit 282/1873

NEVILL, Barnard Bayley tinplate worker Adelaide 1851[-1853] Memorial 317/31

NEVILLE, Charles chemist Adelaide (Neville's chemist shop on the corner of Hindley and Gresham Sts TA 47) 1900 Memorial 13/442

No 1

NEVILLE, Eli bookbinder Adelaide 1900 Application 24066

NEVILLE, Eli bookbinder Adelaide 1901 Application 24186

NEVILLE, Ernest broker Gawler 1875 Memorial 122/318

No 1

NEVILLE, George labourer Bowden 1853[-1855] Memorial 39/55

NEVILLE, George labourer Bowden, died c1853. He left his entire estate to his wife, Mary Neville, except real estate which he held in trust through lending money on mortgage Memorial 60/108

NEVILLE, Mary widow Bowden relict of the late George Neville of Bowden deceased 1856 Memorial 330/116

NEVILLE, Mary widow North Road 1857 Memorial 31/121

NEVILLE, Mary widow Adelaide 1858 Memorial 199/132

NEVILLE, George Charles farmer Everard Hundred of Everard land grant 1901 Grant Book 56 Page 398 County Stanley

NEVILLE, Henry out of business Clarendon purchased the remainder of Harriett FORBES's lease of the Corio Hotel, Goolwa,, for £100 1866 Memorial 179/212

No 1

NEVILLE, Samuel gardener Adelaide 1838 Application 178

NEVILLE, Samuel gardener Hindmarsh 1843 Memorial 2/3

NEVILLE, Samuel gardener Tam O'Shanter Land 1843 Application 17463

NEVILLE, Samuel farmer Tam O'Shanter Belt 1854[-1880] Memorial 127/62, Applications 15341 & 17463

NEVILLE, Samuel farmer Tam O’Shanter Belt Rendelsham (Hundred of Rivoli Bay) township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 31 Page 320 County Grey

NEVILLE, Harriett widow Tam O’Shanter Belt 1880 Application 18369

NEVILLE, Samuel William porter Alfred St, Norwood 1874 Application 13870

NEVILLE, Stephen farmer Inman Valley 1861 Memorial 196/179

NEVILLE, Thomas hotelkeeper Black Lion Hotel Richard St, Hindmarsh 1923 Memorial 103/488

No 1

NEVILLE, Thomas Richard gentleman Mt Barker 1854 Memorial 436/66

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

NEVILLE, Thomas Richard Clerk in Holy Orders Echunga 1855[-1856] Memorial 75/106, Application 18779

NEVILLE, TR Curate of St Stephen Willunga 1856[-1857] Memorial 331/112

NEVILLE, Thomas Richard Incumbent of St George's Magill 1865 Memorial 165/204

NEVILLE, Thomas Richard Clerk in Holy Orders Echunga and Henry Walter PARKER barrister Adelaide, were trustees for land at Friedrichstadt, near Hahndorf, and several allotments in Hahndorf itself, which George FISCHER (Friedrichstadt) and Johann Gottlob ZILM (Hahndorf) had mortgaged to William Morrison HUTCHINSON gentleman Friedrichstadt and Hahndorf 5/12/1853. WM Hutchinson died 1854, but the mortgage was never repaid. That land and allotments at Auburn in the Wakefield River Special Survey placed in trust for Mrs Hutchinson to draw the income for life, then to her children by WM Hutchinson in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant 21/11/1855. On 18/8/1876, TR Neville, formerly of Magill, but now of parts beyond the sea, appointed Nathaniel OLDHAM gentleman Adelaide attorney to manage his SA real estate Deposit 203/1876, Enrolment 93/30

NEVILLE, Thomas Richard clerk in holy orders Whittlesea Vic and Emmaretta Hannah Neville his wife 1885 Memorial 21/370

NEVILLE, Thomas Richard clerk in holy orders formerly of Colchester, Essex, England, but then of St Stephen parsonage, Whittlesea Vic, died c1887. He left his estate to his wife, Emmerella Hannah Neville, absolutely. Eldest son of the late Richard Neville attorney at law Colchester, Essex Memorial 130/387

NEVILLE, Emmaretta Hannah wife of Thomas Richard NEVILLE Clerk in Holy Orders, formerly of St Kilda, late of Whittlesea Vic, died 20/6/1882. Her husband appointed Nathaniel OLDHAM and Charles Augustus OLDHAM land agents Adelaide, to bring land under the RPA, and sell the same and any shares in SA companies 19/8/1885 Deposit 169/1885

NEVILLE, William farmer Wilkawatt 1916 Memorial 79/474

No 1

NEVILLE, William George publican Redruth 1883[-1888] Memorial 75/355

NEVILLE, William George grazier Aberdeen near Kooringa 1902[-1906] Memorial 63/445

NEVILLE, William George out of business formerly of Aberdeen but now of Prospect 1926 Application 27481

No 1

NEVILLE, William Sweeting blacksmith North Adelaide 1853[-1857] Memorial 56/57

NEVILLE, William Sweeting blacksmith Harding St, Stepney, Middlesex, England (Father: George Neville) married Rachel WINNY spinster Harding St, Stepney (Father: Samuel Winny), on 29/3/1849 St Philip's Stepney. Witnesses: Samuel Winny and Lydia Neville. The Nevilles emigrated to SA. Five children born - Samuel William Neville, Charles Neville, William George Neville, Eliza Malt Neville, Rachel Jane Neville. WS Neville blacksmith North Adelaide, died 25/2/1860 intestate, of heart disease, aged 35. The eldest son, Samuel William Neville born 10/4/1850 North Adelaide, baptised 28/4/1850 Christ Church North Adelaide, inherited his estate as heir at law. By 1874, SW Neville was a porter at Norwood. His mother, Rachel Neville, lived at Bowden, on land her husband had bought in 1853 Application 13870

NEVIN, Ann spinster Adelaide 1859 Memorial 131/153

NEVIN, Bernard RC clergyman Pekina Hundred of Willochra land grant 1878 Grant Book 24 Page 541 County Frome

NEVIN, James bootmaker Aberdeen 1887 Memorial 60/382

NEVIN, Thomas teacher Aberdeen 1897 Memorial 48/430

NEVINS/NEVIUS, Theresa spinster Light Square, Adelaide 1851 Memorial 117/30

NEVIS, Josiah tin worker Thebarton. Thebarton Wesleyan Chapel trustee 1853 Memorial 154/47

NEW, Mortimer stockholder Tatiara District 1864[-1869] Memorial 172/236

NEWANS, George shepherd Wonoka. Hawker (Hundred of Wonoka) township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 5 Page 8 County Blachford

No 1

NEWBERRY, Henry Ford warehouseman Glenelg Unley Wesleyan Methodist Church trustee 1892 Application 22271

NEWBERRY, Henry Ford shopman Unley 1875 Application 13973

NEWBERRY, Henry Ford clerk Unley and NEWBERRY, Robert the Younger builder Hyde Park 1882 Application 19403

NEWBERRY, Henry Ford clerk Unley linked with Robert Newberry the Younger builder Hyde Park 1882 Memorial 65/344

NEWBERRY, Henry Ford warehouseman Glenelg 1892 Memorial 109/413

NEWBERRY, J of Adelaide 1868 Memorial 206/231

No 1

NEWBERRY, James of the Black Forest 1851 Memorial 488/34.

No 2 - likely to be the same person

NEWBERRY, James blacksmith Fullarton 1853[-1856] Memorial 480/62

NEWBERRY, James blacksmith Norwood 1856[-1890] Memorial 319/107

NEWBERRY, James formerly whitesmith Norwood 1880 but now blacksmith Norwood 1892. He could not write Application 22424

NEWBERRY, Matilda 22 spinster Norwood (Father: Robert Newberry) married William WHITE 27 coach painter Norwood (Father: James Henry White) on 16/9/1873 Kent Town Wesleyan Church. Minister: HT BURGESS. Witnesses: WJ Newbery draper North Adelaide and SM BICKFORD cordial maker South Adelaide. Eliza Newbery 21 spinster Norwood (Father: Robert Newberry) married Charles DISNEY 25 blacksmith Norwood (Father: William Disney) on 18/12/1878 Kent Town Wesleyan Church. Minister: David O'DONNELL. Witnesses: John COOK grocer Norwood and Jane Newberry of Norwood. Alice Newberry 23 spinster Norwood married Edward Thorpe MATTHEWS 24 bachelor jeweller Norwood (Father: unknown) on 22/4/1886 R Newberry home William St, Norwood. Minister: JB SHEPHENSON. Witnesses: Ellen Hannah CLARKE and Richard DAVIS clerk Norwood Application 24279

No 1

NEWBERRY, Robert tailor Norwood 1854[-1857] Memorial 125/62 NEWBERRY, Robert tailor Norwood 1888 Application 21525

NEWBERRY, Robert of William St, Norwood, died c 1897. Father of Robert Newberry builder East Adelaide, Henry Ford Newberry salesman Kensington, Walter James Newberry draper Rose Park, Jane Newberry spinster Rose Park, Matilda WHITE nee Newberry wife of William White coach painter Maylands, Eliza DISNEY nee Newberry wife of Charles Disney licensed victualler Pt Elliot and Alice MATTHEWS nee Newberry wife of Edward Thorpe Matthews commercial traveller Norwood Memorials 161 & 196/432

No 1

NEWBERY, Arthur Kent chemist Rose Park 1904 Memorial 144/450

NEWBERY, Arthur Kent chemist Adelaide 1920 Memorial 144/484

NEWBERY, Ellen of SA, died 4/4/1931. Sister to the late William WHITE (husband of Matilda White), and Mary HOSKING nee White. Likely that Arthur Henry White shopfitter 61 George St, Redfern NSW was one of the 5 children of the late William White Memorial 35/506

No 2 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

NEWBERY, Robert carpenter Mt Gambier 1871 Memorial 98/257

NEWBERY, Robert carpenter formerly of Mt Gambier but now of Adelaide 1874 [appeared to have become a bankrupt] Application 13483

NEWBERY, Robert carpenter formerly of Mt Gambier 1871 but now of Adelaide 1874 Application 13892

NEWBERY, Robert the Younger carpenter Adelaide 1875 Application 13973

No 1

NEWBIGGING, Thomas barman Kilkenny 1854 Memorial 329/63

NEWBIGGING, Thomas barman Port Road 1854 Memorial 285/72

NEWBIGGING, Thomas barman Adelaide 1855 Memorial 142/84

NEWBOLD, Alfred farmer Calca trustee Institute Calca Hundred of Wrenfordsley land grant 1887 Grant Book 52 Page 42 County Robinson

NEWBOLD, Benjamin Williss farmer Wauraltee 1892 Memorial 187/414

No 1

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

NEWBOLD, Charles farmer Rapid Bay Hundred of Melville land grant 1878 Grant Book 19 Page 82 County Fergusson

NEWBOLD, Charles farmer Troubridge Hundred of Wauraltee land grant 1884 Grant Book 19 Page 224 County Fergusson

NEWBOLD, Charles farmer Yorketown Hundred of Melville land grant 1903 Grant Book 19 Page 88 County Fergusson

NEWBOLD, George sheepfarmer Yankalilla Hundred of Myponga land grant 1886 Grant Book 36 Page 420 County Hindmarsh

NEWBOLD, Hartley Herman grazier Wattle Flat near Yankalilla 1945 Memorial 89/519

No 1 - perhaps the same person

NEWBOLD, Henry farmer Rapid Bay 1857 Memorial 70/127

NEWBOLD, Henry farmer Kangaroo Island 1883 Memorial 168/348

NEWBOLD, Henry farmer Hog Bay Kangaroo Island. Brownlow (Hundred of Menzies) township allotment land grant 1883 Grant Book 11 Page 46 County Carnarvon

NEWBOLD, Jane Chambers widow Warooka 1906 Memorial 152/454

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

NEWBOLD, John farmer Pools’ Flat Rapid Bay 1851 Memorial 87/33

NEWBOLD, John farmer Rapid Bay Hundred of Yankalilla 1854 Memorial 96/88 Farmer Yankalilla 1855 Memorial 478/87

NEWBOLD, John farmer Rapid Bay 1856 Memorial 73/113

NEWBOLD, John farmer Bullaparinga Hundred of Yankalilla land grant 1861 Grant Book 37 Page 233 County Hindmarsh

NEWBOLD, John the Younger farmer Rapid Bay Hundred of Yankalilla land grant 1861 Grant Book 37 Page 230 County Hindmarsh

NEWBOLD, John the Elder farmer formerly of Yankalilla 1855 but now of Bullaparinga 1866. Linked with John Newbold the Younger farmer Glenburn Application 7951

NEWBOLD, John the Elder farmer Bullaparinga Hundred of Yankalilla. Husband of Jane Newbold. Father of John Newbold the Younger, George Newbold, Charles Newbold and Katherine Newbold 1876 Memorial 62/423

NEWBOLD, John the Younger farmer Rapid Bay Hundred of Para Wurlie land grant 1877[-1878] Grant Book 19 Page 6 County Fergusson

NEWBOLD, John farmer Warooka 1884 Memorial 215/359

NEWBOLD, John farmer Para Wurlie Yorke Peninsula, died 22/12/1897. Father of Charles Newbold (17 in 1887), Dorothy Newbold (15 in 1887) and Ida May Newbold (12 in 1887). Step-father of Annie, Ellen and Elizabeth (daughters of his first wife). Small provision made for his unnamed second wife. Executors: Charles Newbold farmer near Yorketown and James Burgess WILLISS farmer near Warooka Memorial 124/435

NEWBOLD, Jane, widow Bullaparinga, relict of John Newbold farmer, died 29/4/1905, of old age, aged 91. Her daughter, Catherine Newbold, aged 46, had married Frederick PUTLAND 49 (Father: John Putland) widower farmer Cape Jervis, in the Newbold residence 16/3/1905. The Newbold family had leased some of the marriage settlement land held by the DENTON family, and bought it when it came under the RPA 1908. Application 25487

NEWBOLD, LJC bank officer Kooringa 1938 Memorial 130/512

NEWBOLD, Macey Jane Chambers widow Warooka 1906[-1909] Memorial 152/454

No 1

NEWBOLD, Robert farmer Wauraltee trustee Wesleyan Methodist Church Hundred of Wauraltee land grant 1879 Grant Book 19 Page 222 County Fergusson

NEWBOLD, Robert of Wauraltee 1885 Memorial 229/372

NEWBOLD, Robert George of Wauraltee Hundred of Wauraltee land grant 1884 Grant Book 19 Page 224 County Fergusson

NEWBOLD, Vera spinster Warooka 1909 Memorial 244/460

NEWBOLD, William farmer Pt Pirie 1881 Memorial 128/332

NEWBOULD, James Arnold Colmer Official Receiver of the SA Court of Insolvency 1925 Application 27327

No 1

NEWBOULD, WH and AKHURST, Arthur F clerks to Arthur HARDY solicitor Adelaide 1867 Application 27330

NEWBOULD, WH clerk to Arthur HARDY solicitor Adelaide 1867[-1871] Memorial 63/220

NEWBOULD, WH clerk to Messrs HARDY & HARDY solicitors Adelaide 1869 Memorial 39/237

NEWBOULD, WH clerk to Messrs Arthur HARDY & Sons solicitors Adelaide 1875[-1876] Memorial 200/284

NEWBOULD, WH of Truro 1883 Memorial 95/348

NEWBOULD, WH Congregational minister Truro 1899 Memorial 36/438

NEWBURY, Ivie George pig and poultry farmer Richmond. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1911 Grant Book 2 Page 20 County Adelaide

NEWBURY, Robert the Younger builder Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hawker (Hundred of Wonoka) township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 5 Page 6 County Blachford

NEWCOMB, John of Kooringa 1894 Memorial 242/421

NEWCOMBE, Alfred gardener Blackwood, aged 56 in 1928, declared that he had lived in the district for his whole life Application 27649

No 1

NEWCOMBE, John labourer Mitcham 1853[-1857] Memorial 6/56

NEWCOMBE, John labourer Mitcham, died 18/8/1860. He had a child called William Newcombe labourer Mitcham 1920 from his first marriage. J Newcombe's second wife called Eliza Newcombe, who died 11/8/1918 Application 26937

NEWCOMBE, Eliza widow Mitcham, died 11/8/1918. Mother of William Newcombe Memorial 168/481

No 1

NEWELL, Adam draper Norwood 1871 Memorial 34/251

NEWELL, Adam draper Norwood 1887 Application 21153

NEWELL, Alexander William tailor Thebarton 1850 Memorial 193/20

NEWELL, Allan Cyril farmer Goolwa, aged 67 in 1953, declared that he had lived all his life in the district Application 28985

NEWELL, Ernest Edward formerly seaman but now accountant Milang 1945 Application 28396

NEWELL, Ernest Edward seaman Milang 1918 Memorial 129/477

NEWELL, Harry Hornsby farmer Hindmarsh Island 1931, and Jessy Blanche Newell his wife Application 27853

No 1 - likely to be the same person

NEWELL, James farm servant Lachlan River NSW land grant near Gawler 'situate on the road to Kapunda and about 7 miles ne from Gawler Town' 1855 Memorial 1/199

NEWELL, James grazier Bandon near Forbes NSW, died c1871 intestate. Letters of administration to his widow, Agnes Newell, to settle his £1,400 estate Memorial 143/396

NEWELL, Agnes widow Bandon near Forbes NSW, relict of the late James Newell formerly farm servant Lachlan River NSW late grazier Bandon but now deceased NSW 1896 Application 23199

No 1

NEWELL, Richard Smith of Goolwa and Susannah Newell his wife 1857 Memorial 334/114

NEWELL, Richard the Elder gentleman Goolwa and Susannah Newell his wife 1862 Application 3388

NEWELL, Susannah of Goolwa 1856 Memorial 24/112

NEWELL, Richard Steed carpenter Goolwa 1866 Memorial 6/214

No 1 - perhaps the same person or the Elder and the Younger

NEWELL, Richard Sumpter fisherman Goolwa 1910 Memorial 186/462

NEWELL, Richard Sumpter and Walter Frederick Newell both farmers Goolwa 1917 Memorial 15/476

NEWELL, Richard Sumpter fisherman Goolwa, died 25/9/1917. He left hiw whole estate to his wife, Hilda Beatrice Newell Application 27897

NEWELL, Hilda Beatrice widow Goolwa 1937 Application 28058

NEWELL, Hilda Beatrice widow formerly of Goolwa but now of 15 Vaughan St, Blair Athol 1942 Application 28317

No 1 - probably the same person

NEWELL, Robert storekeeper Portland Estate near Pt Adelaide 1873 Memorial 213/269

NEWELL, Robert storekeeper Pt Adelaide. He purchased the remainder of a 7-year lease of the Old Half Way House Hotel, Port Road, for £289 in 1876 Memorial 157/295

NEWELL, Robert fruiterer Pt Adelaide 1884 Memorial 104/355

NEWELL, Robert storekeeper Pt Adelaide 1885 Application 20426

No 2 - likely to be a continuation of No 1

NEWELL, Robert licensed victualler Alberton Hotel, Alberton 1878[-1879] Memorial 157/305

NEWELL, Robert licensed victualler Alberton Hotel Alberton 1886 Memorial 88/379

NEWELL, Robert out of business Alberton 1894 Application 22818

No 1

NEWELL, Walter Frederick fisherman Goolwa 1902 Memorial 131/445

NEWELL, Walter Frederick farmer and fisherman Goolwa 1903[-1917] Memorial 70/449, Application 26578
No 1

NEWELL, William labourer Adelaide 1841 Application 24382

NEWELL, William farmer Moorooroo Creek 1853[-1854] Memorial 444/51

NEWELL, William farmer Rowlands Flat 1854 Memorial 270/68

NEWELL, William farmer Rowlands Flat, died c1854. He left his entire estate in trust to his wife, Susan Newell, for life or during her widowhood, then to his children (or a deceased child's descendants) in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant. Trustees: Samuel THOMAS of the Barossa and Josiah ROGERS of Rowlands Flat Memorial 204/76

NEWELL, Susan widow Rowlands Flat 1856. She had remarried by 1859 - to Carl Hermann August PILTZ gentleman Rowlands Flat Memorials 155/96 & 262/159

NEWELL, William farmer Rowlands Flat , died 17/9/1854. His widow, Susannah Newell, remarried to Hermann Pilz now carpenter Gawler 1873. Newell children alive in 1873 included - John William Newell farmer Rowlands Flat, Elizabeth MILGATE wife of James Milgate Junr farmer Rowlands Flat, Thomas Newell farmer Narracoorte, Robert James Newell farmer Rowlands Flat and Mary Ann THOMSON wife of David Thomson the Younger moulder Gawler Application 12694

NEWENHAM, Anna Maria Clarissa spinster Springfield, about to marry James HENDERSON merchant Adelaide, Section 263 Survey B, in trust for AMC Newenham for life, then to her husband for life, then to the children of the marriage equally absolutely in remainder expectant. Trustees Charles Burton NEWENHAM and Alfred HARDY Esquires Adelaide 4/6/1845 Enrolment 26/49

No 1

NEWENHAM, Charles Burton Esquire Adelaide and Mary Newenham his wife 1840 Application 22415

NEWENHAM, Charles Burton Esquire Mitcham 1853 Memorial 143/55

NEWENHAM, Charles Burton Esquire Adelaide Sheriff of the province of SA and Mary Newenham his wife 1854 Memorial 228/68

NEWENHAM, Charles Burton Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now absent therefrom 1855 Memorial 160/88

NEWENHAM, Charles Burton Esquire formerly now of Adelaide, but presently in England 1858 Enrolment 80/41

NEWENHAM, Charles Burton Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now of Bath, Somerset, England 1867 Memorial 242/232

NEWENHAM, Charles B of Cheltenham 1869 Memorial 58/274

NEWENHAM, Charles Burton Knight of 66 Pulteney St, Bath, Somerset, England 1875 Memorial 208/282

NEWENHAM, Charles Burton Esquire 12 Pulteney St, Bath, Somerset, England, died 18/11/1887 Memorial 249/390

NEWENHAM, Clement Esquire Adelaide 1842 Memorial 91/1

No 1

NEWEY, Thomas omnibus proprietor Mitcham 1874 Memorial 58/280

NEWEY, Thomas formerly omnibus proprietor but now out of business Mitcham 1876 Memorial 101/290

No 1

NEWINGTON, John gentleman pt Section 346 near Adelaide 1840 Gentleman Adelaide 1841 Application 22415

NEWINGTON, John brewer Adelaide linked with Samuel Willmott Newington surgeon Goudhurst, Kent, England 1847 Memorial 58/10

NEWINGTON, Samuel Wilmott surgeon Goudhurst Kent, England, died 13/7/1868. Estate worth £4,000. Real estate to be sold and trusts set up to provide for his widow, Fanny, for life, and after her death, for the children of his first wife, Mary, and his second wife, in equal shares absolutely. He had land in SA. The trustees, Fanny NEWINGTON widow Goudhurst, Kent, and George Thomas KOMKIN gentleman Yalding, Kent, gave power of attorney to Frank Richman AYERS gentleman Waymouth St, Adelaide, to sell the SA real estate and finalise any business in the province 20/12/1875 Deposit 100/1876

No 1

NEWLAND, Clive medical practitioner Burnside 1903 Memorial 184/449

NEWLAND, Clive medical practitioner Morphett Vale 1905 Memorial 132/454

NEWLAND, Clive JP of Morphett Vale 1917 Memorial 31/476

NEWLAND, John senator and legislator 6 Canning St, St Leonards, changed his name to John NEWLANDS 1926 Memorial 1/495

No 1

NEWLAND, John Robert Lakeman shoemaker Adelaide 1863 Memorial 99/191

NEWLAND, John Robert Lakeman storeman Adelaide (Symonds Place) 1906 Memorial 74/456

NEWLAND, John Robert Lakeman out of business Adelaide (14 Symonds Place), died 30/7/1912 Henley Beach at the home of his son, Frank Newland mechanic formerly of Symonds Place but now of Henley Beach Memorial 144/468

NEWLAND, Kevin Ridgway James sharefarmer Milang 1954 Memorial 181/529

No 1

NEWLAND, Neville Bede chartered accountant Kensington Park. St George's Magill trustee 1940 Memorial 174/514

NEWLAND, NB chartered accountant Adelaide (2nd Floor, 17 Currie St, Adelaide) 1946 Memorial 141/524

No 1

NEWLAND, Philip Mesmer articled clerk in the office of Messrs MURRAY & MAGAREY solicitors Eagle Chambers, King William St, Adelaide 1896 Application 23132

NEWLAND, PM articled clerk Adelaide 1897 Memorial 200/430

No 1

NEWLAND, Richard Francis Esquire manager of the Bank of Australasia Adelaide branch 1842[-1843] Memorial 234/2

NEWLAND, Richard Francis Esquire Adelaide 1858 Memorial 250/148

NEWLAND, Richard Francis Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now of 13 Mornington Crescent, London, Middlesex, England 1864 Memorial 109/202

NEWLAND, Richard Francis Esquire formerly of Adelaide, but now of 13 Mornington Crescent, London, Middlesex, England, power of attorney to George Wright HAWKES Esquire Adelaide, to supervise the sale of land in the Mt Barker Estate 22/12/1864. He had returned to Adelaide by the mid-1870s Deposit 84/1865

No 1

NEWLAND, Ridgeway sheep farmer Encounter Bay 1846 Memorial 94/6

NEWLAND, Ridgeway sheep farmer formerly of Encounter Bay, but now of the Gilbert River 1848 Memorial 158/13

No 1

NEWLAND, Ridgway William minister of the Gospel Adelaide 1839 Memorial 215/82

NEWLAND, RW Minister of the Gospel Encounter Bay 1847 Memorial 333/70

NEWLAND, RW Congregational Minister Encounter Bay 1859 Memorial 79/162

NEWLAND, Ridgway W overseer Pt Lincoln 1877 Memorial 34/305

No 1

NEWLAND, Simpson MP Undelclarra near Burnside 1872 Application 19564

NEWLAND, Simpson Esquire Undelcarra Burnside 1881 Memorial 128/331

NEWLAND, Simpson Esquire Adelaide, about to leave the province for a

time, power of attorney to John Henry LUXMOORE Esquire Adelaide, to

manage his SA business affairs 22/3/1889 Deposit 30/1889

No 1

NEWLAND, Watts sheep farmer Encounter Bay 1853[-1854] Memorial 184/51

NEWLAND, Watts stockholder Encounter Bay 1856 Memorial 216/96

NEWLAND, Watts gentleman Section 60 Hindmarsh Valley 1855 Memorial 251/106

NEWLAND, Watts of Poonindee near Pt Lincoln 1870[-1877] Memorial 112/244

NEWLAND, Watts stockholder The Grange 1880 Memorial 18/325

No 1

NEWLAND, William mason Adelaide 1852[-1854] Memorial 265/41

NEWLAND, William mason Adelaide (Gilbert St) 1874 Memorial 194/276

NEWLAND, W labourer Bowden 1886 Application 20980

No 2

NEWLAND, William farmer Encounter Bay 1860[-1871] Memorial 116/225

NEWLAND, William farmer Encounter Bay and Abbie Newland his wife. Children mentioned but not named 1867 Memorial 65/278

No 3

NEWLAND, William storekeeper Adelaide 1863 Memorial 99/191

NEWLAND, William Henry labourer Adelaide (Gilbert St) 1878 Memorial 245/304

No 1

NEWLYN, Edward licensed teacher Springbank near Kooringa. Springfield Primitive Methodist Chapel trustee 1862 Memorial 15/292

NEWLYN, Edward teacher Kooringa 1863 Memorial 22/191

NEWLYN, Edward schoolmaster Black Springs 1864 Memorial 201/197

NEWLYN, Edward sheepfarmer Kooringa. Hundred of Kingston land grant 1864 Grant Book 8 Page 153 County Burra

NEWLYN, George clerk Adelaide 1930 Memorial 145/503

NEWLYN, Henry White licensed victualler International Hotel Adelaide 1885 Memorial 15/373

No 1

NEWMAN, Alfred farmer Normanville 1895 Memorial 50/425

NEWMAN, Alfred farmer Normanville and Lydia Piper Newman his wife, beneficiary under the will of her late brother, John DUFTY farmer Yankalilla 1896 Application 23113

NEWMAN, Alfred former Normanviil 1900 Application 23973

NEWMAN, Benjamin labourer [formerly of Kooringa 1883 but then of] Carbon St, Railway Town Broken Hill NSW, died 19/4/1916. Husband of Eliza Newman Memorial 4/476 & RPA Search 603

No 1

NEWMAN, Charles farmer Houghton 1854[-1868] Memorial 348/73

NEWMAN, Charles gardener Houghton 1869 Application 10351

NEWMAN/NEUMANN??, Carl Vincent gentleman Houghton, died 15/3/1879. He left his entire estate to his son, Charles Frederick Newman (Carl Friedrich Neumann??) of Water Gully, provided he pay £100 to Margaret Newman wife of the testator Memorial 46/316

No 1

NEWMAN, Charles shepherd Mt Torrens 1845 Memorial 255/5

NEWMAN, Charles farmer Mt Charles 1851[-1855] Memorial 95/91 Charleston public school trustee 1855 Memorial 6/91

NEWMAN, Charles Frederick farmer Section 6126 Water Gully Houghton 1893 Application 22473

No 1

NEWMAN, Charles Thomas Wesleyan Methodist Connexion Minister Currency Creek 1867 Memorial 1/227

NEWMAN, Charles Thomas Wesleyan Methodist Minister Goolwa 1868 Memorial 195/234

NEWMAN, Charles Thomas minister of the gospel Brompton President SA Wesleyan Methodist Conference 1886 Grant Book 27 Page 146 County Gawler

NEWMAN, Charles Thomas Wesleyan minister College Park Co Adelaide. Saltash (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1892 Grant Book 65 Page 241 County Not named

NEWMAN, Charles Thomas Wesleyan Methodist minister Kapunda 1896 Memorial 199/431

NEWMAN, David carter Portland Estate 1893 Application 22588

NEWMAN, Douglas Graf formerly clerk 42 Reid Ave, Tranmere, then clerk in holy orders 8 Duke St, Northam WA but now All Saints Rectory Merredin WA 1963 Memorial 40/534   Mary Donovan wife of

No 1

NEWMAN, Edmund 59 widower ship builder Swanport (Father: Francis Newman) married Mary MILLAR 43 widow Swanport (Father; James DONOVAN) on 27/11/1876 John Ferris residence Swanport. Minister: Stephen WELLINGTON of Mt Barker. Witnesses: Benjamin FULLER ferryman Swanport, John FERRIS of Swanport 1889 Application 21618

NEWMAN, Edmund of Swanport and Mary Donovan Newman his wife, formerly wife of John MILLAR late of Littlehampton deceased 1889. James Millar of Horsham Vic probably a relation of John Millar Application 21618

No 1

NEWMAN, Edward storekeeper Thebarton 1876 Memorial 21/297

No 2

NEWMAN, Edward JP agent Stansbury 1886 Memorial 62/374

NEWMAN, Edward Joseph Miller gentleman College Park linked with FW Newman clerk College Park Adelaide 1889. EJM Newman was about to marry Florence Maud MATTHEWS spinster Strathalbyn Memorial 56/398

NEWMAN, Elizabeth widow of the late John Holden Newman, lived in Hill St, North Adelaide 1867. Excellent list of furnishings in her home at the time of her remarriage to Edward John PEAKE. Trustees of her marriage agreement: Luke Michael CULLEN solicitor Adelaide, and Richard HOLLAND sheep farmer Turrettfield Enrolment 77/48

NEWMAN, Frederick saddler Yankalilla 1901 Application 24331

No 1

NEWMAN, FW clerk to Messrs AYERS & AYERS solicitors Adelaide 1881 Memorial 77/332

NEWMAN, FW clerk to Messrs AYERS, AYERS & GALL solicitors Adelaide 1886[-1898] Memorial 19/379

NEWMAN, Frederick William clerk to Messrs Ayers, Ayers & GALL Adelaide 1895 Application 22978

NEWMAN, FW clerk to Messrs AYERS & TB GALL solicitors Adelaide 1900 Memorial 249/442

NEWMAN, Frederick William law clerk North Adelaide 1906 Memorial 144/457

NEWMAN, Frederick William law clerk to Messrs GALL & ISBISTER solicitors Waymouth St, Adelaide 1906 Application 25202

NEWMAN, George machinist Clare 1915 Application 26419

NEWMAN, George Charles grazier Lucindale trustee Showground Lucindale Hundred of Joyce land grant 1900 Grant Book 51 Page 11 County Robe

No 1

NEWMAN, George Herbert commercial traveller Adelaide 1879 Memorial 48/315

NEWMAN, GH grocer Thebarton 1865 Memorial 35/206

NEWMAN, George Herbert grocer Pt Adelaide 1870 Application 11118

No 1

NEWMAN, Henry miller Yankalilla 1862[-1878] Memorial 238/181

NEWMAN, Henry farmer Yankalilla 1881 Memorial 114/330

NEWMAN, Henry miller Yankalilla 1881 Application 18472

No 2

NEWMAN, Henry ship chandler Pt Adelaide 1879 Application 17655

No 1

NEWMAN, Herbert commercial traveller Marion on the Sturt and Esther Newman his wife 1885 Memorial 105/369

NEWMAN, Herbert manufacturer Adelaide and Esther Newman his wife (daughter of the late John LOVELY formerly of Halifax St, Adelaide) linked with Kate Jane Newman widow Kent Town 1886 Memorial 240/378

NEWMAN, Herbert manufacturer Adelaide and Esther Newman his wife a daughter of the late John LOVELY formerly out of business Adelaide (Halifax St) now deceased. Kate Jane Newman widow Kent Town possibly Herbert Newman's mother 1889 Memorials 160 & 161/399

NEWMAN, Herbert commercial traveller Adelaide and Esther Newman his wife linked with Kate Jane Neweman widow formerly of Kent town but now of Parkside 1894 Memorial 230/422

NEWMAN, Isaac clerk to EH WINNAN solicitor Kooringa 1901 Memorial 30/444

NEWMAN, J clerk Kooringa 1899 Memorial 145/437

NEWMAN, Jacob of Wayville and Amelia Alice Newman his wife 1903 Memorial 249/448

No 1

NEWMAN, John merchant Adelaide 1841 Memorial 77/242

NEWMAN, John merchant Adelaide (Rundle St) 1842 Memorial 47/300

NEWMAN, John ship agent Pt Adelaide 1848 Memorial 286/10

NEWMAN, John merchant Pt Adelaide 1848 Memorial 48/300

NEWMAN, John merchant Adelaide 1857 Linked with John Newman TWEEDY merchant Montague Square, Middlesex, England Memorial 325/130

NEWMAN, John merchant Woodville, died 30/6/1873, of stricture of the oesophagus, aged 62 Application 25857

NEWMAN, John Edward the Younger corn factor Kapunda 1869 Application 10107

No 1

NEWMAN, John Holden gentleman Adelaide 1885 Memorial 243/366

NEWMAN, John Holden gentleman Adelaide, power of attorney to Herbert Ralph SMYTHE agent Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 17/4/1885 Deposit 63/1885

NEWMAN, John Holden agent Adelaide 1888 Application 21480

NEWMAN, Lillian Louisa of Olary 1888 Memorial 19/394

NEWMAN, Ralph F clerk to Messrs DENY & Villeneuve SMITH solicitors Adelaide 1921 Memorial 15/483

NEWMAN, Skinner Chart machinist Adelaide 1852[-1854] Memorial 431/43.

No 1

NEWMAN, Thomas clerk to Messrs BARTLEY & GWYNNE solicitors Adelaide 1840 Memorial 289/8

No 2

NEWMAN, Thomas yeoman Adelaide 1840 Application 13314.

NEWMAN, Thomas yeoman Thebarton 1845[-1855] Memorial 54/5

No 3

NEWMAN, Thomas labourer Alberton 1842 Application 23136

No 4

NEWMAN, Thomas grocer Thebarton 1851[-1875] Memorial 94/279

NEWMAN, Thomas grocer Thebarton 1861 Application 23466

NEWMAN, Thomas storekeeper Thebarton 1865 Application 6314

NEWMAN, Thomas gentleman Thebarton 1876 Application 15610

NEWMAN, Thomas storekeeper Thebarton, became a bankrupt in 1872 Memorial 63/263

No 5

NEWMAN, Thomas salesman Woodville 1883[-1885] Memorial 44/357

NEWMAN, Thomas salesman Woodville 1884 Application 20267

NEWMAN, Thomas agent Woodville 1889 Memorial 151/400

No 1

NEWMAN, Thomas William yeoman Adelaide (King William St) 1849 Memorial 474/16

NEWMAN, Thomas William [formerly yeoman Adelaide but now] carpenter Hilton 1851 Memorial 275/34

No 1

NEWMAN, William gardener Adelaide (Halifax St) 1847 Memorial 403/8

NEWMAN, William gardener formerly of Adelaide but now of Magill and Hannah Newman, his wife 1850 Memorial 217/23

NEWMAN, William gardener North Adelaide 1853[-1854] Memorial 314/50

No 2

NEWMAN, William groom Thebarton 1839 Groom Adelaide 1851 Application 12573

NEWMAN, William groom Thebarton 1839 He kept a livery stable at Miss BATHGATE's hotel (now the York Hotel) in Adelaide. W Newman died c1856 when he accidentally drowned in the Light River near Kapunda. Good friend of Thomas JACQUES of Hindmarsh, who died 19/1/1873, and his wife Sarah Jacques Application 15851

NEWMAN, William groom Adelaide 1847. Perhaps employed by John FULLER livery stable keeper Adelaide, who sold him land in an unnamed township near Adelaide - on Section 373 Memorial 363/9

NEWMAN, William groom Adelaide 1851[-1855] Memorial 79/28

No 3

NEWMAN, William grocer Adelaide 1858 Memorial 240/133

NEWMAN, William storekeeper Adelaide 1862 Application 2809

No 4

NEWMAN, William commercial traveller Norwood 1877[-1880] Memorial 136/302

NEWMAN, William John Seward storekeeper Olary Out of Hundreds. Olary (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1888 Grant Book 65 Page 193 County Not named

No 1

NEWNAM, Lavinia Eunson married woman Taringa near Brisbane Qld linked with John Eunson gardener Nairne 1910 Memorial 60/463

NEWNAM, Lavinia widow Waverley Road, Taringa near Brisbane Qld, died 13/10/1941. Aunt to Marion CHAMPION wife of Harry Champion of Murray Bridge Memorial 163/516

No 1

NEWPORT, William lithographic photographer North Adelaide (Kermode St) 1865[-1869] Memorials 222/207 & 246/238

NEWPORT, William lithographer Magill 1870 Application 11165

NEWPORT, William lithographer Magill 1871[-1872] Memorial 206/253

NEWPORT, William clerk Magill 1881 Application 18610

No 1

NEWSHAM, Jecks yeoman Norwood 1850 Memorial 314/28

NEWSHAM, Jecks farmer Adelaide 1856 Memorial 2/100

NEWSHAM, Jecks farmer formerly of Adelaide but now of Point Sturt 1857 Memorial 91/120

NEWSHAM, Jecks farmer formerly of Norwood but now of Point Sturt Lake Alexandrina 1856 Memorial 59/105

NEWSON, Mary widow Kensington 1867 Memorial 20/222

No 1

NEWSON, Thomas tailor Kensington 1859 Memorial 319/159

NEWSON, Thomas tailor formerly of Kensington but now of Kapunda 1859 Memorial 336/159

NEWTON, CW undertaker Saddleworth 1885 Application 20784

No 1

NEWTON, Deborah widow late of Darjeerling, Presidency of Bengal, Hindostan, but now of Marryatville near Adelaide, power of attorney to Arthur LLOYD gentleman late of Northam House, near Bideford, Devon, England, but now of Norwood, to manage her SA business affairs 3/3/1871 Deposit 98/1875

NEWTON, Deborah widow Rosebank near Pt Elliot relict of the late George Newton formerly Lieutenant in the 3d Regiment of Light Dragoons, died c1874-1876, She left her home, Rosebank, in trust with his parents, to Stephen Baldwin Sarmon COLE until he turned 21, son of Stephen Baldwin Cole and Frances Selbourne Cole his wife of Woodlands near Pt Elliot. The rest of the estate to Mrs Newton's nephew, Horatio LLOYD of Tipperary, Ireland Memorial 24/289

NEWTON, Frederick George Thornwall Esquire Bordertown 1878 Memorial 182/307

NEWTON, Henry eatinghouse keeper Charlton Hundred of Appila land grant 1880 Grant Book 24 Page 503 County Frome

No 1

NEWTON, James of Echunga 1851 Memorial 39/38

NEWTON, James labourer Echunga 1853 Memorial 18/59

NEWTON, James gardener Echunga 1854 Memorial 83/69

No 1

NEWTON, James Henry commission agent Robe S-E 1864 Memorial 69/197

NEWTON, James Henry contractor Tatiara. Hundred of Tatiara land grant 1878 Grant Book 7 Page 7 County Buckingham

No 1

NEWTON, John of Mt Gambier 1869 Memorial 142/238

NEWTON, John innkeeper Mt Gambier 1877[-1887] Memorial 140/299

NEWTON, Leonard Sydney farm manager Pinnaroo. Hundred of Kingsford land grant 1927 Grant Book 12 Page 271 County Chandos

No 1

NEWTON, Robert clerk to Alfred SPENCE of Adelaide 1869 Memorial 135/242

No 2

NEWTON, Robert farmer Hoyleton 1892 Memorial 208/415

NEWTON, Samuel builder Pt Adelaide 1851[-1852] Memorial 474/28

No 1

NEWTON, Thomas farmer Mt Gambier 1860[-1864] Memorial 330/169

NEWTON, Thomas farmer Mt Gambier trustee Cemetery Mt Gambier Hundred of Blanche land grant 1866 Grant Book 30 Page 58 County Grey

NEWTON, Thomas farmer Hundred of Gambier 1869 Memorial 235/241

NEYDON, James of Morphett Vale 1858 Memorial 5/133

No 1 - perhaps mixture of the Elder and the Younger

NEYLE, Henry brickmaker Hindmarsh 1851[-1867] Memorial 276/37

NEYLE, Henry brickmaker Watervale 1852[-1856] Memorial 332/44

NEYLE, Henry labourer Hindmarsh 1891 Application 22066

NEYLAN, Martin farmer Mannanarie, had died by 1911. Husband of Ann Neylan widow New Parkside Grant Book 13 Page 86 County Dalhousie

No 1 – perhaps the same person

NEYLAN, Michael farmer Mannanarie. Hundred of Walloway land grant 1878 Grant Book 13 Page 218 County Dalhousie

NEYLAN, Michael licensed victualler Royal Exchange Hotel Aberdeen near Kooringa 1906[-1909] Memorial 250/454

NEYLEN, Frank labourer Farrell Flat Co Stanley. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1877 Grant Book 60 Page 124 County Victoria

No 1

NIALL, James auctioneer Adelaide 1857[-1859] Memorial 98/122

NIALL, James auctioneer and commission agent Adelaide 1861 Application 2143

NIALL, James Mansfield company manager Melbourne Vic linked with Sarah NIHILL spinster Little Adelaide who since her mother died (Dymphna Nihill who died 22/9/1866) had adopted the name of Niall 1909 Memorial 3/461

No 1

NIAS, Joseph Somerset gentleman Adelaide 1843 Memorial 390/13

NIAS, Joseph Somerset gentleman late of Adelaide, but now of Bath, Somerset, England 1849 Memorial 144/14

NIAS, Joseph Somerset gentleman Kensington 1850[-1853] Memorial 278/27

NIAS, Joseph Somerset gentleman Adelaide 1852 Memorial 403/100

NIAS, Joseph Somerset gentleman Adelaide, about to leave the province, power of attorney to Tristram BATH mining agent Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 5/5/1852. By 16/8/1867, he was living at Bagot, Island of Jersey, when he appointed George GREEN and William WADHAM land agents Adelaide, his attorneys Deposits 106/OA, 93/1873

NIAS, Joseph Somerset Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now of parts beyond the seas 1854[-1856] Memorial 443/70

NIBLETT, John labourer Adelaide 1844 Memorial 338/24 Sawyer Adelaide (Grenfell St) 1848 Memorial 187/11 Formerly of Grenfell St Adelaide, but now farmer Black Forest 1850 Memorial 339/24

No 1

NIBLOCK, William linked with Section 104 Hundred of Kilkerran Co Fergusson 1880 Memorial 244/324

NIBLOCK, William farmer Truro Hundred of Kilkerran land grant 1881 Grant Book 19 Page 168 County Fergusson

No 1

NICE, John farmer North Road 1854[-1855] Memorial 222/63

NICE, John farmer South Para River 1856 Memorial 15/115

NICE, John farmer Grace Plains Hundred of Dublin land grant 1876 Grant Book 26 Page 333 County Gawler

NICHOL, Davidson merchant Melbourne (King St) Vic owned land in Goolwa 1867 Memorial 32/231

No 1

NICHOL, Isabella [not Elizabeth] widow The Meadows 1857 Memorial 3334/139

NICHOL, Isabella widow The Meadows. James Nichol occupied her real estate 1862 Application 2863

NICHOL, James farmer Cape Jervis 1858 Memorial 338/145

NICHOL, James farmer Farrell Flat. Section 283 Hundred of Koolunga land grant 1880 Grant Book 55 Page 189 County Stanley

NICHOL, Richard licensed victualler World's End Hotel Magill 1855 Memorial 349/94

No 1

NICHOL, Robert J storekeeper's assistant Aldinga 1875[-1890] Memorial 17/287

NICHOL, Robert James storekeeper McLaren Vale . Trustee Public Hall Association McLaren Vale 1913 Memorial 128/468

NICHOLAS, Andrew labourer Portland Estate and Emily Martha Nicholas his wife 1877 Memorial 69/298

No 1

NICHOLAS, Anthony labourer Pt Augusta West. Pt Augusta West (Hundred of Copley) township allotment land grant 1891 Grant Book 65 Page 225 County Manchester

NICHOLAS, Anthony waterman Pt Augusta West. Pt Augusta West (Hundred of Copley) township allotment land grant 1891 Grant Book 65 Page 226 County Manchester

NICHOLAS, Bart Henry wool classer Orroroo. Hundred of Walloway land grant 1945 Grant Book 13 Page 232 County Dalhousie

No 1

NICHOLAS, David publican Lyndoch 1881 Application 18622

NICHOLAS, David out of business Lyndoch 1913 Memorial 132/468

NICHOLAS, Egbert Frank bank inspector Thornber St, Unley Park 1937 Memorial 98/511

NICHOLAS, Elizabeth widow Kapunda 1855 Memorial 341/82

NICHOLAS, James tailor Moonta 1889 Memorial 231/398

NICHOLAS, James Henry grazier Orroroo 1941 Memorial 54/515

No 1

NICHOLAS, John mason Mt Gambier 1872[-1876] Memorial 96/258

NICHOLAS, John builder Mt Gambier 1883 Application 19960

NICHOLAS, John mason Mt Gambier 1897 Application 23471

No 2

NICHOLAS, John charcoal burner Crafers 1866 Application 7926

NICHOLAS, John coal burner Mt Lofty 1877 Memorial 90/300

NICHOLAS, John coal burner Crafers 1878 Memorial 132/307

No 3

NICHOLAS, John of Moonta Mines. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1879 Grant Book 14 Page 237 County Daly

NICHOLAS, RB bank manager Pt Lincoln 1904 Memorial 120/450

NICHOLAS, Richard of Melbourne in 1853 perhaps lived in Redruth before that date, as he had land there. Thomas BROWN farmer Redruth, the purchaser of the land in 1853, stated in 1876 that he had not heard anything of Richard Nicholas since 1853 Application 15306

No 1

NICHOLAS, Samuel carpenter Kapunda 1865 Memorial 218/205

NICHOLAS, Samuel carpenter Kapunda 1865 Application 6383

NICHOLAS, Thomas blacksmith Lyndoch 1878 Memorial 21/315

NICHOLAS, William Henry Paul gardener Penwortham 1912 Memorial 57/485

NICHOLDS, James miner Black Springs Glendore Primitive Methodist Chapel trustee 1864 Memorial 202/197

NICHOLL, John stockholder Mt Brown 1865 Application 6487

NICHOLL, Joseph schoolmaster formerly of North Adelaide but now of Nailsworth 1863 Memorial 143/189

NICHOLL, RJ storekeeper McLaren Vale 1899 Memorial 139/438

NICHOLLE, James farmer Clarendon 1903 Memorial 169/450

NICHOLLE, Malcolm Leonard farmer Coromandel Valley 1921 Application 26974

NICHOLLE, Thomas Helier Sarre schoolmaster Auburn 1904 Memorial 154/451

NICHOLLS, Alfred Stanley District Clerk of the District Council of Morgan 1949 Application 28677

NICHOLLS, Andrew farmer Williamstown 1879 Memorial 85/316

No 1

NICHOLLS, AS auctioneer Kapunda 1929 Memorial 76/501

No 1

NICHOLLS, Charles storekeeper Adelaide 1850[-1852] Memorial 196/31

No 2

NICHOLLS, Charles accountant North Adelaide 1850. Enrolment/

ICHOLLS, Edmund mason Strathalbyn 1900 Application 23970

NICHOLLS, Edward of Blinman. Trustee Methodist Church Hundred of Carr Hundred of Carr land grant 1883 Grant Book 59 Page 3 County Taunton

NICHOLLS, Frank secretary of the SA Portland Cement Co Ltd of Bowman Buildings King William St, Adelaide 1918 Memorial 13/477

No 1

NICHOLLS, Henry miner Kapunda 1848 Memorial 221/12

NICHOLLS, Henry, Robert and Jeremiah miners North Rhine 1853 leased the North Rhine Mine on Section 550 North Rhine from the North Rhine Mining Association for 14 years at 1 tenth of 'all the copper, tin, lead and all other ores, metals and metalic ores … obtained … and well and sufficiently washed, cleansed and made marketable according to the best and most improved mode at present or from time to time practised within the said province free and clear from all taxes' Memorial 325/50

NICHOLLS, Henry miner [formerly of Kapunda but now of] North Rhine 1854 Memorial 454/64

NICHOLLS, Henry miner and landowner North Rhine 1860[-1861] Memorial 205/168

NICHOLLS, Henry mining captain linked with James Henry Nicholls yeoman both of North Rhine 1866 Memorial 119/208

No 2 – the Elder

NICHOLLS, Henry farmer Nairne Hundred of Bremer land grant 1857 Grant Book 36 Page 68 County Hindmarsh

NICHOLLS, Henry farmer Hay Valley 1858 Memorial 83/144

NICHOLLS, Henry farmer Nairne 1860 Application 1584

NICHOLLS, Henry farmer Hay Valley near Nairne. Hundred of Monarto land grant 1868 Grant Book 58 Page 145 County Sturt

NICHOLLS, Henry farmer Nairne Co Sturt. Hundred of Crystal Brook land grant 1879 Grant Book 60 Page 228 County Victoria

NICHOLLS, Henry the Elder farmer Crystal Brook. Hundred of Crystal Brook land grant 1881 Grant Book 60 Page 232 County Victoria

No 3

NICHOLLS, Henry labourer Bowden and Elizabeth Nicholls his wife 1867 Memorial 242/221

No 4

NICHOLLS, Henry farmer Nailsworth 1874 Memorial 168/274

No 5 – the Younger

NICHOLLS, Henry farmer Redhill. Hundred of Redhill land grant 1878 Grant Book 14 Page 370 County Daly

NICHOLLS, Henry the Younger farmer Crystal Brook. Hundred of Crystal Brook land grant 1881 Grant Book 60 Page 232 County Victoria

NICHOLLS, Henry the Younger farmer Narridy. Trustee Institute Narridy Narridy (Hundred of Narridy) township allotment land grant 1894 Grant Book 60 Page 487 County Victoria

NICHOLLS, Henry farmer Hundred of Narridy 1898 Memorial 201/433

NICHOLLS, Henry Herschel grazier 37 Glenunga Ave, Glenunga 1934 Application 27940

No 1

NICHOLLS, James well digger Adelaide 1839. He could not write Application 22490

NICHOLLS, James and Robert labourers Adelaide 1843 Memorial 37/3

NICHOLLS, James well sinker Adelaide (North St), died 1847. Husband of Elizabeth Nicholls. Father of Nicholas Nicholls (elder son) and Jeremiah Nicholls (younger son). Later that same year, Elizabeth Nicholls shifted to live near the Kapunda Mine. Both her sons were miners there Memorials 54 & 275/9

No 2

NICHOLLS, James miner Cowandilla 1847[-1848] Memorial 46l /7

NICHOLLS, James bachelor late of Redruth, Cornwall, England but then of Hindmarsh SA, married Mary TEAGUE spinster late of Redruth, Cornwall, England, but then of Hindmarsh, on 4/5/1839 Holy Trinity North Tce Adelaide Rev’d CB HOWARD Colonial Chaplain Witnesses James POOL and Elizabeth NICHOLLS of Woodforde. Charles MARRYAT Acting Colonial Chaplain and Minister of Trinity Church 1855 found the record. The Nicholls family lived at Cowandilla in 1847. James NICHOLLS farmer Peachey Belt, died December 1848 intestate, aged 36. Buried in the Adelaide Cemetery. Eldest son and heir at law, James Thomas NICHOLLS born 30/8/1846 North Kapunda, where James Nicholls was a miner. Robert NICHOLLS miner North Rhine was JT Nicholls’s guardian Application 7976

No 3

NICHOLLS, James storekeeper Bagot Well 1861 Memorial 137/174

No 4

NICHOLLS, James farmer Coubert Creek West Nairne 1861 Application 2106

No 5

NICHOLLS, James engineer at present residing in the colony of Victoria 1876 Memorial 101/293

No 6 – the Elder

NICHOLLS, James farmer Golden Grove Co Adelaide. Hundred of Redhill land grant 1875 Grant Book 14 Page 360 County Daly

NICHOLLS, James farmer Golden Grove Co Adelaide. Hundred of Koolunga land grant 1875 Grant Book 55 Page 181 County Stanley

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

NICHOLLS, James of Nantawarra 1883 Memorial 83/348

NICHOLLS, James JP of Nantawarra 1896 Memorial 227/426

NICHOLLS, James farmer Nantawarra Hundred of Goyder land grant 1896 Grant Book 56 Page 419 County Stanley

No 7 – the Younger

NICHOLLS, James the Younger farmer Broughton Co Daly. Hundred of Willowie land grant 1882 Grant Book 24 Page 743 County Frome

No 8

NICHOLLS, James confectioner Adelaide (Rundle St) 1887 Application 21220

NICHOLLS, James and William Albert Nicholls bakers and confectioners Adelaide (on the western side of the King of Hanover Hotel, Rundle St, in premises leased from publican Edwin WEIDENBACH) 1887[-1893] Memorial 61/391

No 9

NICHOLLS, James ironforger Gawler South 1910 Memorial 92/477 By 1918, he was out of business Memorial 93/477

No 1 – perhaps the same person

NICHOLLS, James Henry yeoman North Rhine 1866 Memorial 219/211

NICHOLLS, James farmer North Rhine. Hundred of Bagot land grant 1873 Grant Book 17 Page 230 County Eyre

No 1

NICHOLLS, James Howard clerk Adelaide 1843 Memorial 289/18 NICHOLLS, James Howard storekeeper Enfield near Adelaide 1845[-1853] Application 3363

NICHOLLS, James Howard storekeeper North Road 1850 Memorial 299/26

NICHOLLS, Anne widow Enfield relict of the late James Howard Nicholls clerk Adelaide 1853 Link with William Allen Nicholls bootmaker Adelaide Memorial 1/59

NICHOLLS, Jeremiah painter Netley 1858[-1876] Memorial 109/134

No 1

NICHOLLS, John farmer Woodside 1854 Memorial 347/66

No 2

NICHOLLS, John farmer Gawler River 1854 Memorial 285/79

NICHOLLS, John farmer [formerly of Gawler River but now of] McLaren Vale 1864 Memorial 149/197

No 3

NICHOLLS, John miner East Moonta 1886 Memorial 153/373

No 1

NICHOLLS, John W coroner Adelaide (Bright St) 1843 Application 18176

NICHOLLS, John Warner barrister Adelaide (Gawler Place) 1843[-1866] Memorial 444/3

NICHOLLS, John W of Gawler Place, Adelaide 1846 Memorial 354/7

NICHOLLS, John W of Craigie Place, Adelaide 1868 Memorial 112/233

NICHOLLS, John Warner gentleman Marryatville Kensington, and Fanny Nicholls his wife 1867 Memorial 162/447

NICHOLLS, Fanny widow Marryatville 1881 Application 18810

NICHOLLS, Frances widow Marryatville 1885. She died c1902. Archibald CONWAY gentleman Fifth Creek acted as trustee of her estate Memorial 163/447

NICHOLLS, John Warner gentleman Ringmer Rd (now Dudley Rd), Marryatville, died 18/4/1880. His widow, Frances Fanny Nicholls, died 2/6/1902. Mrs Nicholls' niece, Lydia Elizabeth CONWAY, emigrated to SA in 1862 and came to live with the Nicholls. After both her aunt and uncle died, she moved to Adelaide. However, her agents, Moulden & Sons solicitors Adelaide, collected the rents from the Marryatville property, which she inherited in trust for life, with Archibald Conway out of business Semaphore, as trustee. Lydia Elizabeth Conway spinster Angas St, Adelaide, died 30/3/1916 Miss HAND's private hospital, Hutt St, Adelaide, of pyelonephritis (some years), aged 76. Born in Dublin, Ireland, she had lived in SA for 50 years. Archibald Conway had already died, 4/12/1904, leaving his whole estate to his wife, Frances Anna Conway, for life or until her remarriage. The trustees to care for any children under 21 out of the income of the estate until the youngest child turned 21; then the estate to be sold and the proceeds divided equally amongst the children absolutely in remainder expectant. (His youngest child, Letitia Conway, turned 21 on 26/8/1917. Frances Anna Conway of Semaphore, died 20/1/1907 private hospital on Unley Rd, at Parkside, of cardiac disease, aged 45 Application 26515

NICHOLLS, JW clerk to Messrs DALTON & COUNSELL merchants Adelaide 1908 Memorial 53/459

No 1

NICHOLLS, Jonathan Job Methodist minister Kangarilla 1908 Memorial 125/459

NICHOLLS, Jonathan Job Methodist minister Norwood 1912 Memorial 40/467

No 1

NICHOLLS, Josiah mason Adelaide 1851 Memorial 171/30

NICHOLLS, Josiah mason Adelaide Co Adelaide. Farina (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 65 Page 77 County Not named

No 1

NICHOLLS, Josiah John saddler Jamestown Co Victoria. Hundred of Walloway land grant 1878[-1880] Grant Book 13 Page 219 County Dalhousie

NICHOLLS, Josiah John saddler Jamestown Co Victoria. Quorn (Hundred of Pichi Richi) township allotment land grant 1878[-1880] Grant Book 49 Page 7 County Newcastle

NICHOLLS, Josiah Richard newsvendor Seventh St, Bowden, and Emma Nicholls his wife 1904 Memorial 124/451

NICHOLLS, Maria widow Adelaide (Hindley St) relict of the late Worthy Worthington George Nicholls formerly carrier Bay Road but now deceased 1850 Memorial 311/20

No 1 - perhaps the Elder

NICHOLLS, Martin miner Adelaide 1853 Memorial 495/69

NICHOLLS, Martin farmer Adelaide 1857 Memorial 67/129

NICHOLLS, Martin yeoman North Adelaide (Ward St) began to lease land in Montague Farms [Pooraka] 1859 Memorial 298/150

NICHOLLS, Martin farmer Gepps Cross 1865 Application 6430

No 2 - perhaps the Younger

NICHOLLS, Martin farmer North Rhine 1855[-1857] Memorial 108/101

No 3 - perhaps a continuation of No 2

NICHOLLS, Martin the Younger farmer Redbanks Co Gawler 1858[-1859] Application 3415

NICHOLLS, Martin the Younger farmer Redbanks Hundred of Grace land grant 1858 Grant Book 27 Page 6 County Gawler

NICHOLLS, Martin the Younger farmer formerly of Redbanks Co Gawler but now of Fiery Creek Vic 1862 Application 3415

No 4 - son of Richard Nicholls farmer Hay Valley

NICHOLLS, Martin labourer Hay Valley 1877 Memorial 129/303

NICHOLLS, Martin labourer Hay Valley near Nairne 1883 Memorial 23/349

NICHOLLS, Mary widow North Kapunda 1851 Memorial 458/30

No 1

NICHOLLS, Nicholas yeoman Adelaide 1847. He bought land on the Para Plains from Robert Nicholls - perhaps a relative?? Memorial 424/8

No 2

NICHOLLS, Nicholas of Minlacowie 1887 Memorial 164/383

NICHOLLS, Nicholas the Younger retired farmer Fowler Bay, died 5/11/1925, of cerebral haemorrhage, aged 80. Born in Cornwall, England, he had been in SA for 78 years. Married aged 21; 4 sons and 3 daughters living; 1 son deceased. CT GILES of Fowler Bay was a son-in-law. Nicholas Nicholls formerly lived for many years at Dairy Flat near Yankalilla and sometimes known as Nicholas Nicholls the Younger, as he had an uncle named Nicholas Nicholls the Elder Application 28376.

No 1

NICHOLLS, Percy H commercial traveller Dutton Tce, Medindie 1907 Memorial 43/458

NICHOLLS, Percy Howard warehouseman Payneham 1913[-1926] Memorial 46/469

NICHOLLS, Percy Howard formerly warehouseman Payneham but now commercial traveller North Kensington Park 1943 Memorial 46/517

No 1 - likely to be the same person

NICHOLLS, Peter Keogh gentleman Nailsworth 1851 Memorial 497/33

NICHOLLS, Peter Keogh gentleman North Adelaide 1859 Memorial 300/153

No 1

NICHOLLS, Richard farmer Mt Barker 1849[-1853] Memorial 275/15

NICHOLLS, Richard farmer St John's Farm Hay Valley near Nairne died 9/4/1872. He left his £100 estate to his wife, Prudence Nicholls, in trust for her lifetime, then to his son, Martin Nicholls farmer near Nairne, absolutey in remainder expectant 1875 Application 14728

No 1

NICHOLLS, Richard William farmer Kadina trustee Wesleyan Methodist Church Kadina 1881 Grant Book 14 Page 239 County Daly

NICHOLLS, Richard William of Kadina. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1882 Grant Book 14 Page 242 County Daly

No 1

NICHOLLS, Robert miner Co Light 7/5/1846. He bought pt Section 2190 Para Plains for £50 with fellow miner William TREVASKIS. Memorial 408/8.

No 2

NICHOLLS, Robert farmer Nantawarra 1897[-1901] Memorial 235/429

No 1

NICHOLLS, Russell Garfield farmer Lameroo 1926 Memorial 15/495

NICHOLLS, Russell Garfield farmer formerly of Lameroo but now of Two Wells 1928 Application 27495

NICHOLLS, Samuel Frederick mail contractor Bordertown. Hundred of Tatiara land grant 1888 Grant Book 7 Page 16 County Buckingham

NICHOLLS, Stephen miner North Kapunda 1856[-1857] Memorial 327/99

No 1

NICHOLLS, Stephen James farmer Yongala. Yongala (Hundred of Yongala) township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 13 Page 150 County Dalhousie

NICHOLLS, Stephen James farmer Walloway. Hundred of Walloway land grant 1882 Grant Book 13 Page 223 County Dalhousie

NICHOLLS, Stephen James PM Minister Yongala. Hundred of Walloway land grant 1883 Grant Book 13 Page 227 County Dalhousie

NICHOLLS, Stephen James station manager Wodonga Vic and Sabina Nicholls his wife 1893 Memorial 43/419

NICHOLLS, Stephen James station manager Wodonga Vic and Sabina Nicholls his wife 1893 Application 22517

NICHOLLS, Susan widow Watervale 1861 Memorial 205/179

No 1

NICHOLLS, Thomas miner Kapunda 1863[-1868] Memorial 147/189

No 2

NICHOLLS, Thomas watchmaker Kooringa 1879 Memorial 2/318

NICHOLLS, Tom saddler Eudunda 1892 Memorial 65/415

No 1

NICHOLLS, William farmer Yankalilla 1853[-1854] Memorial 129/98

NICHOLLS, William farmer Yankalilla 1853-1866. He could not write. W Nicholls died 3/12/1866. His widow, Elizabeth Betsy Nicholls, died 8/12/1866 Dairy Flat, of chronic gastritis and debility, aged 61. Father of Nicholas Nicholls the Younger. William Nicholls left brothers and sisters in St Blazey, Cornwall, England. Nicholas Nicholls the Elder and Robert Nicholls labourers, Grace WHERRY wife of Joseph Wherry woodman and Jane TRATHEN widow. Grandfather of Elizabeth PUTLAND (Daughter of George Putland farmer Dalrymple) who married Charles HEADING 28 farmer Dalrymple on 7/4/1880 Applications 4522 & 28367, Memorial 148/343.

NICHOLLS, William farmer Dairy Flat, near Yankalilla, died c1866. He left his land to his son, Nicholas NICHOLLS. If N Nicholls should die before his father, the land to go to Elizabeth PUTLAND nee Nicholls, and to her father’s brothers and sisters in England - Nicholas NICHOLLS labourer, Robert NICHOLLS labourer, Grace WHERRY wife of Joseph Wherry, and Jane TRATHEN widow, all of St Blazey, Cornwall England. The English relations gave up their hope of inheritance, ‘our said nephew having since his father’s death contracted a marriage and having at present five children’, so that the land could be sold. Power of attorney to George Witherage COTTON land agent Adelaide, to attend to any legal matters connected with their involvement with the land 17/10/1874 Deposit 17/1875

No 2

NICHOLLS, William Minister of the Gospel Brighton 1858 Memorial 46/146

NICHOLLS, WIlliam Congregational Minister Brighton and Agnes Nicholls his wife 1875 Memorial 222/281

NICHOLLS, William gentleman Brighton, died 1877. He left his entire estate to his wife, Agnes Nicholls, provided she settle his debts immediately, and pay £100 within 10 years (or at once if she remarried) to William MCCLURE husband of the testator's late deceased adopted daughter Memorial 139/302

NICHOLLS, William Minister of the Gospel Brighton, died 4/8/1877. He left his entire estate to his wife, Agnes Nicholls, except for a legacy of £200 to William MCCLURE husband of W Nicholls's late unnamed deceased adopted daughter. Perhaps a little hard to fulfil, as estate worth only £100. By 1900, Jane Nicholls lived at Walloway Application 24124

No 3

NICHOLLS, William livery stable keeper Norwood 1864 Application 5531

No 4

NICHOLLS, William innkeeper Salisbury 1883 Application 19582

No 5

NICHOLLS, William farmer Hundred of Minlacowie 1888 Memorial 58/390

No 6

NICHOLLS, William farmer Terowie 1893 Memorial 24/419

No 7

NICHOLLS, William manufacturer Longwood 1924 Memorial 83/490

No 8

NICHOLLS, William gentleman Henley Beach 1929 Memorial 30/502

No 9

NICHOLLS, William fitter Pt Lincoln 1948 Application 28614

NICHOLLS, William Allen bootmaker Adelaide 1853 Memorial 1/59

No 1

NICHOLLS, William Percival schoolmaster Adelaide 1910 Application 26243

NICHOLLS, William Percival schoolmaster Adelaide (Pulteney St) 1910 Memorial 82/463

NICHOLLS, William Percival headmaster Magill. St George's Magill trustee 1940 Memorial 174/514

NICHOLS, Alfred surveyor Pt Lincoln 1857 Memorial 197/126

No 1

NICHOLS, Benjamin gardener Bridgewater 1902 Memorial 81/447

NICHOLS, Benjamin gardener Bridgewater 1902 Application 24508

No 1

NICHOLS, Charles storekeeper Adelaide 1851 Memorial 425/31

NICHOLS, Charles gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now of Melbourne Vic 1854 Memorial 480/65

No 2

NICHOLS, Charles draper Adelaide 1868 Memorial 126/228

No 1

NICHOLS, David farmer Para Plains 1857 Memorial 327/118

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

NICHOLS, David farmer Dry Creek 1858 Memorial 333/132

No 1

NICHOLS, Edmund mason Strathalbyn 1856 Memorial 154/111

NICHOLS, Edmund mason Strathalbyn. Woodchester Primitive Methodist Chapel trustee 1863 Memorial 148/304

NICHOLS, Edmund mason Strathalbyn 1885 Application 20717

NICHOLS, Edmund builder Strathalbyn and Cordelia Nichols formerly TONKIN his wife 1898 Memorial 84/435

NICHOLS, Edmund mason Strathalbyn, died c 1903. Husband of Cordelia Nichols. The couple had an adopted daughter, Adeline Amelia TAMBLYN wife of William Gee Tamblyn storekeeper Woodside Memorial 198/449

NICHOLS, Cordelia widow of Edmond Nichols mason Strathalbyn, life interest in real estate, with her daughter, Adeline Amelia TAMBLYN wife of William Gill Tamblyn storekeeper Woodside, to inherit absolutely in remainder expectant 1903 Application 24673

NICHOLS, Noah farmer Millbank 1853[-1859] Memorial 32/62

No 1

NICHOLS, William yeoman Yankalilla 1850[-1853] Memorial 474/56

NICHOLS, William farmer Yankalilla 1860 Memorial 289/162

No 2

NICHOLS, William shepherd Hundred of Kooringa Co Burra. Hundred of Ayers land grant 1878 Grant Book 56 Page 194 County Stanley

No 3

NICHOLS, William out of business Goodwood and Bridget Nichols his wife 1882 Memorial 42/346

No 1

NICHOLSON, Alexander labourer Cowandilla 1845 Memorial 36/5

No 2

NICHOLSON, Alexander master mariner Semaphore and Jessie Nicholson his wife 1913 Application 26248

NICHOLSON, Alice married woman near Eudunda 1919 Memorial 28/478

No 1

NICHOLSON, Daniel and James storekeepers Adelaide trading under the style or firm of Nicholson & Son 1841 Memorial 211/100

NICHOLSON, Daniel wine merchant Adelaide (Hindley St) 1843 Application 4656

NICHOLSON, Daniel the Elder and his son James Nicholson wine merchants Adelaide trading under the style or firm of Daniel Nicholson & Son. Daniel Nicholson the Elder died intestate c1851 intestate. His eldest son and heir at law, Alexander Nicholson merchant Little Tower St, London, Middlesex, England, inherited his father's estate to settle according to law 1851 Memorial 122/242

No 1

NICHOLSON, Donald the Elder carrier Kincraig, died by 1866. His family by 1889 included; Alexander Nicholson labourer Narracoorte, Malcolm Nicholson labourer Narracoorte, Donald Nicholson the Younger labourer Narracoorte, Christina BROWN wife of James Joseph Brown labourer Narracoorte Euphemia MAGNER wife of Patrick Magner labourer Hamilton Vic, and Flora HOPE wife of George Hope labourer 7 Crew Place Harris St, North Melbourne Vic Memorial 217/398

NICHOLSON, Donald labourer Naracoorte died c1899. His children included - Alexander, Malcolm and Donald Nicholson labourers Narracoorte, Christina BROWN wife of James Joseph Brown labourer Narracoorte, and Euphemia Magner wife of Patrick Magner of Hamilton Vic, and Flora HOPE wife of George Hope of 24 Mark St, North Melbourne Vic 1897 Application 23688

No 1

NICHOLSON, George Henry and SLEE, John Francis butchers Eudunda 1887 Application 21260

NICHOLSON, George Henry agent Eudunda Hundred of Neales land grant 1895 Grant Book 17 Page 201 County Eyre

NICHOLSON, George Henry grazier near Eudunda linked with Isabel Frances Nicholson spinster 362 Albert Road, South Melbourne Vic and FA Nicholson home duties Box 21 Eudunda 1929 Memorial 32/502

No 1

NICHOLSON, James merchant Adelaide to Jane NICHOLSON spinster Adelaide land at Fuller St Walkerville 1842 Memorial 251/2

No 2 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

NICHOLSON, James [the Elder] labourer Stepney 1854 Memorial 387/65

NICHOLSON, James the Younger labourer Stepney a son of the late James Nicholson the Elder formerly labourer Stepney deceased 1855. John Nicholson labourer Stepney was the eldest son and heir at law of J Nicholson the Elder Memorial 483/87

NICHOLSON, James labourer Stepney 1878 Application 16936

NICHOLSON, James the Elder, his wife, son James Nicholson the Younger, and daughter, Helen Tait Nicholson, emigrated to SA aboard the Shackamaxon in 1852. The family settled at Stepney. James Nicholson the Elder died c1854. His widow continued to live in a two-roomed cottage with cellar which her son, labourer James Nicholson the Younger, erected at his own expense after his father died, and where he lived himself for about 40 years in Wells St, Stepney. He died 29/10/1904 intestate. His sister, Mrs Helen Tait DEANE widow Maylands 1906, gave this information [Emigration of another son, John Nicholson, and a daughter, Andrina Nicholson later Mrs ANDREWS of North Norwood still uncertain. These people were mentioned in Mrs Deane's statement] Application 25107

NICHOLSON, James farmer Finniss Point 1875. He was a Public School trustee Application 14537

No 1

NICHOLSON, John storekeeper Kensington 1853 Memorial 58/57

NICHOLSON, John storekeeper Kensington, became a bankrupt in 1855 Memorial 365/90

No 1 - perhaps the Elder

NICHOLSON, John clerk to SJ WAY solicitor Adelaide 1865 Memorial 267/203

NICHOLSON, John articled clerk to Rupert INGLEBY solicitor Adelaide 1866[-1869] Memorial 192/208

NICHOLSON, John clerk to Messrs INGLEBY & ROBINSON solicitors Adelaide 1871 Memorial 135/251

NICHOLSON, John solicitor Adelaide (Central Chambers King William St). He used to be in partnership with Henry BETTERIDGE who had left the colony by 1875 Application 14219

NICHOLSON, John gentleman King William St, Adelaide 1878 Application 16626

NICHOLSON & NESBIT solicitors Central Chambers Adelaide 1880

Application 18188

NICHOLSON, John gentleman Adelaide 1881 Application 18448

NICHOLSON, John solicitor Adelaide 1881[-1884] Memorial 71/333

NICHOLSON & HAWKER solicitors Central Chambers, King William St, Adelaide 1887 Application 21116

NICHOLSON, John gentleman Central Chambers, King William St, Adelaide 1882 Application 19212

NICHOLSON, John solicitor formerly of Adelaide (King William St) but now in HM Gaol Adelaide as an undischarged bankrupt 1893. Benjamin GOULD grocer Bowden to be the trustee of his estate - appointed 24/1/1893 Memorial 197/476

No 2 - perhaps the Younger

NICHOLSON, John law clerk Adelaide 1910 Memorial 37/463

No 3

NICHOLSON, John labourer Stepney 1875. He could not write Application 14236

No 1

NICHOLSON, Joseph Methodist Minister Clarendon 1872[-1875] Application 12431, Application 13995

NICHOLSON, Joseph Wesleyan Methodist minister Gawler 1884 Memorial 3/360

NICHOLSON, Joseph Wesleyan Methodist Minister Brompton 1891 President of the SA Wesleyan Methodist Conference Application 28412

NICHOLSON, Magnus master mariner London, Middlesex, England 1881 Application 18920

NICHOLSON, Matthew gentleman North Adelaide 1854 Memorial 149/70

NICHOLSON, Nathan gentleman formerly of North Adelaide but now of Ballarat Vic 1857 Memorial 176/130

NICHOLSON, Thomas mariner Pt Adelaide 1877 Application 16388

No 1

NICHOLSON, William farmer Pt Adelaide 1849 Memorial 26/28

NICHOLSON, William yeoman Pt Adelaide 1851 Memorial 387/32

No 2

NICHOLSON, William carpenter Kapunda 1856[-1877] Memorial 308/112

NICHOLSON, William builder Kapunda 1864 Application 4970

NICHOLSON, Zelia widow Pt Adelaide 1858[-1860] Memorial 170/147

No 1 - likely to be the same person

NICHTERLEIN, Ludwig farmer Gilles Plains 1850[-1854] Memorial 263/23

NICHTERLEIN, Ludwig farmer Mt Gambier 1861 Memorial 47/177

NICHTERLEIN, Ludwig Silvius farmer near Mt Gambier 1878 Memorial 164/309

No 1 - likely to be the same person

NICKELS, Hubert of Mt Pleasant Co Adelaide. Hundred of Morgan land grant 1881 Grant Book 13 Page 415 County Dalhousie

NICKELS, Hubert farmer Mt Pleasant 1886 Memorial 120/379

NICKELS, Hubert farmer Forreston 1912 Memorial 245/466

NICKELS, Hubert Hamilton farmer Lameroo trustee Methodist Church Bews Bore 1909 Grant Book 12 Page 5 County Chandos

NICKELS, John farmer Mt Pleasant Co Adelaide. Hundred of Morgan land grant 1904 Grant Book 13 Page 422 County Dalhousie

No 1

NICKELS, William farmer Gumeracha 1853[-1861] Memorial 149/66

NICKELS, William farmer Gumeracha Co Adelaide. Hundred of South Rhine land grant 1861 Grant Book 58 Page 248 County Sturt

NICKELS, William Henry of the Hundred of Morgan via Yongala Co Dalhousie 1887 Memorial 217/382

No 1

NICKLES, John miner Lostwithiel 1863 Memorial 270/193

NICKLES, John farmer Redruth 1873 Memorial 126/265

NICKLES, John farmer Redruth 1881 Application 18638

No 2 - probably a continuation of No 1; probably a mixture of the Elder and the Younger

NICKLES, John farmer Copperhouse near Kooringa, died 2/5/1919. Husband of Sarah Nickles. Father of Emily Adeline Maud LOMMAN and John Stanley Nickles. Estate worth £1,400. Executors; James REED sheepfarmer Wandillah near Burra and Ernest William CREWES merchant Kooringa Memorial 172/512

NICKLES, John farmer Copperhouse, died 2/5/1919. His estate worth £1,400. He could not write. He left his house in trust for his wife, Sarah Nickles, for life or until her remarriage, then to his daughter, Emily Adeline Maud LOMMAN, then to his son, John Stanley Nickles contractor Copperhouse, provided he pay his mother 15/- a week all that time, and then his sister Emily Lomman 10/- a week until her death. The rest of the estate to be shared equally between the named son and daughter in equal shares. Sarah Nickles died 5/3/1921, of hypostatic pneumonia, aged 76. Born in England, she had married aged 35. 3 sons and 1 daughter living Application 28145

NICKLES, John labourer Copperhouse near Kooringa 1924 Memorial 176/490

No 1

NICKLES, John Stanley teamster Section 79 Hundred of Kooringa 1929 Application 27753

NICKLES, John Stanley teamster Copperhouse 1934 Application 27972

NICKLIS, Andrew mariner Pt Adelaide 1874 Application 14033

NICKOLAI, Johann Gottlieb Wilhelm and Johann Gottlob Heinrich farmers Black Hill near Sedan 1891 Memorial 222/408

No 1

NICKOLLS, Arthur, John, and William Parkin farmers Adelaide 1854 Memorial 365/73

NICKOLLS, Arthur, John and William Parkin farmers Golden Grove 1859 Memorial 283/160

NICKOLLS, Arthur gentleman Rhynie and Ada Margaret Nicholls his wife formerly Ada Margaret ROBERTSON daughter of the late Adam Robertson formerly gentleman Golden Grove who died 3/4/1864 Memorial 218/228

NICKOLLS, Arthur and William Parkin farmers formerly of Golden Grove but now of near Riverton 1866 Memorial 46/209

NICKOLLS, Arthur and William Parkin farmers Rhynie 1866[-1868] Memorial 127/219

NICKOLLS, Arthur and William Parkin Nickolls farmers Rhynie 1868 Memorial 209/253

NICHOLLS, Arthur of Rhynie 1873 Memorial 147/265

NICHOLLS, Arthur and William Parkin farmers Rhynie 1875 Memorial 17/285

No 1

NICKOLLS, George Richard farmer Pinnaroo. Hundred of Pinnaroo land grant 1946 Grant Book 12 Page 60 County Chandos

NICKOLLS, Sarah Irene domestic duties Pinnaroo. Hundred of Pinnaroo land grant 1937 Grant Book 12 Page 60 County Chandos

No 1

NICKOLLS, John gentleman Golden Grove 1857 Memorial 107/228

NICKOLLS, John farmer Golden Grove 1859 Memorial 246/162

NICKOLLS, John farmer Riverton Co Light. Hundred of Alma land grant 1859 Grant Book 26 Page 66 County Gawler

NICKOLLS, John farmer formerly of Golden Grove 1856 but now of Mt Brown 1863 Application 4580

NICKOLLS, John Esquire Mt Brown 1864 Memorial 328/192

NICKOLLS, John stockholder Mt Brown 1864 Application 5230

NICKOLLS, John gentleman formerly of Golden Grove but now of Mt Brown 1866 Memorial 46/209

NICKOLLS, John of Mt Brown 1866 Memorial 95/210

NICKOLLS, John gentleman formerly of Golden Grove but now of Mt Brown linked with Arthur and William Parkin Nicholls farmers formerly of Golden Grove but now of near Riverton 1866 Memorial 46/209

NICKOLLS, John gentleman formerly of Golden Grove but now of Pt Augusta 1868 Memorial 21/228

NICKOLLS, John [formerly of Mt Brown but now] Esquire Adelaide JP 1870 Memorial 199/261

NICKOLLS, John Esquire formerly stockholder Rhynie but now of Curnbach near Swansea, Co Glamorgan, Wales 1873 Memorial 56/314

NICKOLLS, John Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now of Blackpill, Swansea, Wales 1876 Memorial 194/296

NICKOLLS, John formerly stockholder Rhynie but now Esquire Curnbach near Swansea, Co Glamorgan, Wales 1879 Memorial 56/314

No 1

NICKOLLS, William Parkin and Arthur gentlemen formerly of Golden Grove, but now of Riverton 1866 Memorial 46/209

NICKOLLS, William Parkin farmer Rhynie Hundred of Hall land grant 1881 Grant Book 56 Page 214 County Stanley

NICKS, Philip farmer Para Plains 1870 Memorial 149/246

NICKSCH, Gustav farmer Hundred of Bower 1885 Memorial 244/368

NICOL, Elizabeth of The Meadows near Macclesfield 1857 Memorial 334/139

NICOL, Glenullin Clyde Maidment and John Nicol currant growers McLaren Vale 1913 Memorial 156/469

No 1

NICOL, James farmer The Meadows 1855 Enrolment 50/31

NICOL, James farmer Meadows 1856[-1878] Hundred of Kondoparinga land grant Memorial 73/107

NICOL, James farmer Meadows Special Survey 1860 Memorial 217/162

NICOL, James farmer Kondoparinga Hundred of Kondoparinga land grant 1867 Grant Book 36 Page 273 County HindmarsNICOL, James farmer Meadows 1872 Meadows Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee Application 12431

NICOL, James farmer Prospect Hill near Meadows 1881 Memorial 52/332

NICOL, James farmer Prospect Hill, tenant of John and Thomas Richard BOWMAN graziers Lake Albert 1881 Application 18424

No 1 - perhaps the same person; perhaps John Nicol the Elder

NICOL, John of Bowden 1839 Application 6704

NICOL, John and Isabella Nicol of Bowden 1839[-1840] Application 6704

NICOL, John publican Bowden 1841. He had the right to take water from 4 wells which the vendor, JH FISHER, intended to sink on the adjoining Section 354 Application 27452

NICOL, John storekeeper District of Adelaide 1842 Memorial 378/1

NICOL, John farmer Onkaparinga River 1844 Memorial 114/4

NICOL, Isabella widow of the late John Nicol farmer Meadows Survey 1851 Memorial 407/31

No 2 - probably the same person; perhaps John Nicol the Younger

NICOL, John farmer Kondoparinga Hundred of Kondoparinga land grant 1867 Grant Book 36 Page 273 County Hindmarsh

NICOL, John the Younger farmer Prospect Hill 1883 Memorial 157/354

NICOL, John farmer Bull Creek 1885[-1918] Memorial 109/367

NICOL, John farmer Bull Creek Hundred of Kondoparinga land grant 1894 Grant Book 36 Page 252 County Hindmarsh

NICOL, John farmer Bull Creek and Emma Nicol his wife 1890[-1891] Application 21969, Memorial 37/408

NICOL, John farmer Bull Creek, died 24/7/1916. His widow, Emma Nicol, died 11/11/1932 Bull Creek. Parents of John Solomon Clatworthy Nicol and James Nicol farmers Bull Creek, Emily Jane USHER wife of Francis Usher farmer Bull Creek, and Emma Hannah Janet Nicol Memorials 111, 112/506

NICOLAI, Friedrich Ernst farmer Hundred of Schomburgk 1887 Memorial 239/381

NICOLAI, Johann Gottlieb farmer near Callington Hundred of Monarto land grant 1868 Grant Book 58 Page 145 County Sturt

NICOLAI, Johann Wilhelm farmer Hundred of English 1885 Grant Book 17 Page 172 County Eyre

NICOLAI, Wilhelm farmer Sandleton 1887 Memorial 244/382

No 1

NICOLL, Joseph gentleman North Adelaide 1851[-1854] Memorial 420/32

NICOLL, Joseph gentleman [formerly of North Adelaide but now of] Burra Creek 1858 Memorial 386/147

NICOLL, Joseph gentleman St John Wood 1863 Memorial 142/189

NICOLL, Joseph schoolmaster formerly of North Adelaide but now of Nailsworth 1863[-1865] Memorial 143/189

NICOLL, Joseph gentleman North Road near Enfield. Father of Ruth HARRISON wife of John Burn Harrison merchant Adelaide 1866, died c1867 Memorials 197/208, 121/225

NICOLLE, Edward gardener Dashwood Gully 1899 Memorial 107/438

NICOLLE, James farmer Clarendon. Clarendon Methodist Church trustee 1903 Memorial 169/450

NICOLLE, Thomas farmer Clarendon 1892[-1915] Memorial 218/412

No 1

NICOLLE, Thomas Helier Sarre schoolmaster Auburn 1904 Memorial 154/445

NICOLLE, Thomas Helier Sarre schoolmaster Adelaide 1916 Memorial 197/474

No 1

NICOLLE, William farmer Dashwood Gully 1902 Memorial 17/445

NICOLLE, William farmer Coromandel Valley 1902[-1912] Memorial 50/446

NICOLSON, Alexander labourer near Pt Augusta Hundred of Willochra land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 545 County Frome

NICOLSON, Arthur Bolt gentleman Adelaide and Margaret Nicolson his wife 1843 Memorial 25/3

No 1

NICOLSON, George Andrew blacksmith Cowell Cowell (Hundred of Playford) township allotment land grant 1898 Grant Book 39 Page 85 County Jervois

NICOLSON, Martha married woman Cowell Cowell (Hundred of Playford) township allotment land grant 1898 Grant Book 39 Page 85 County Jervois

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

NICOLSON, James the Elder shoemaker Gawler (Murray St), died c1856. He left his real estate in trust to his wife, Jane Nicolson, for life, then to his three children - Mary Nicolson (elder daughter), Jane Nicolson (younger daughter) and James Nicolson the Younger - in equal shares absolutely Memorial 90/103

NICOLSON, James the Younger saddler Mt Pleasant, Mary Nicolson spinster Adelaide and Jane Nicolson spinster a minor under the age of 12, children of the late James Nicolson the Elder and his wife, Jane Nicolson now widow Adelaide 1865 Memorial 239/207

NICOLSON, Jane widow Gawler relict of the late James Nicolson formerly shoemaker Gawler deceased c1856 Memorial 65/104

NICOLSON, James the Younger farmer Crystal Brook. Hundred of Crystal Brook land grant 1894 Grant Book 60 Page 236 County Victoria

NICOLSON, James farmer Crystal Brook, had died by 1899. Surviving executors - Barbara Nicolson widow Crystal Brook and Thomas Nicolson farmer Crystal Brook Grant Book 60 Page 237 County Victoria

No 2

NICOLSON, James retired farmer Adelaide (North Tce), died 26/6/1935 Norwood. Estate worth £17,602 Memorial 102/509

No 1

NICOLSON, John labourer Auburn 1868 Memorial 158/231

NICOLSON, John farmer Long Gully near Auburn 1870 Application 10812

NICOLSON, Thomas farmer Rocky River near Crystal Brook sole surviving executor of the will of the late James Nicolson formerly farmer Crystal Brook now deceased 1902 Memorial 29/447

NIEASS, Alfred William mason Edwardstown. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1910 Grant Book 2 Page 18 County Adelaide

NIEASS, John mason Broughton. Broughton (later named Redhill Hundred of Redhill) township allotment land grant 1874 Grant Book 14 Page 496 County Daly

No 1

NIEASS, William mason Salisbury 1856[-1858] Memorial 339/112

NIEASS, William mason formerly of Salisbury but now of Redhill 1875 Memorial 171/284

NIEASS, William builder Redhill. Redhill township allotment land grant 1877 Grant Book 14 Page 498 County Daly

NIEBUHR, Henry ironmonger Adelaide 1869 Application 10415

NIEBUHR, Wilhelm ironmonger Adelaide (87 Rundle St) 1862[-1869] Memorial 145/184

NIEHUUS, Hermann land broker Adelaide (Bowman Buildings, King William St) 1921 Memorial 31/483

No 1 - perhaps the same person

NIEHUUS, Leonard Denyer manager of Harrington's Ltd Lanor Ave, Goodwood Park 1925 Memorial 151/492

NIEHUUS, Leonard Denyer boarding house keeper Robe, aged 58 in 1947, declared he had lived in the district for 24 years and was now occupying the former Temperance Hotel on the eastern corner of Frome and Bagot Sts, in Robe, since 1924, when he bought the property from the estate of the late Hugh JACKSON. LD Niehuus had a vegetable garden, wood heap, and a fowl run in the back yard. Temperance Hotel occupiers before 1900 and until c1908 John MURPHY licensed victualler Gilles St, Adelaide; 1908-1909 Albion Everard TOLLEY and Frederick Osborne Tolley wine and spirit merchants Adelaide; 1909-1911 Jane Ann PARIS milliner Robe; 1911-until his death Hugh JACKSON carpenter Robe Application 28513

No 1

NIEHUS, Matthias carpenter North Adelaide 1851 Memorial 344/37

NIEHUS, Matthias carpenter formerly of North Adelaide now of Norwood 1895. Linked with Amanda Eleonora Niehus spinster Norwood Application 22906

NIEJALKE, Gottlieb and Paul Alfred labourers Eudunda 1897 Memorial 134/431

NIELD, EW accountant SA Supreme Court Adelaide 1942 Memorial 54/516

NIELD, William Henry storekeeper Robe 1865 Memorial 140/203

No 1

NIELSEN, Andreas farmer Cockatoo Valley 1865 Memorial 130/202

NIELSEN, Andreas farmer Rosenthal 1871 Application 11287

NIELSEN, Carl Christian labourer Normanville, and Bridget Nielsen his wife nee HEFFERON daughter of Patrick Hefferon labourer Normanville 1925 Application 27353

NIEMANN, Anna Louise married woman Copperhouse near Kooringa 1906[-1949] Memorial 113/455

No 1

NIEMANN, Ernst August cabinetmaker Adelaide 1848[-1854] Memorial 186/34

NIEMANN, Ernst August farmer Adelaide 1856 Hundred of Pt Gawler land grant Memorial 175/114

NIEMANN, Ernst August farmer Pt Gawler 1859 Memorial 31/154

No 1

NIEMANN, Ferdinand farmer Adelaide 1854 Memorial 154/66

NIEMANN, Ferdinand farmer late of Adelaide, but now of Payneham, about to leave the province for a time, power of attorney to Edmund NURSE gentleman Payneham, to manage his SA business affairs 3/3/1855 Deposit 299/OA

NIEMANN, Ferdinand farmer formerly of Adelaide but now of Payneham 1856 Memorial 58/108

No 1

NIEMANN, Friedrich August farmer Rowlands Flat 1851[-1854] Memorial 472/34

NIEMANN, Friedrich August farmer Concordia near Gawler 1855 Memorial 149/83

No 1

NIEMIETZ, Joseph farmer Section 325 Hundred of Clare 1865 Memorial 333/205

NIEMIETZ, Joseph farmer Clare 1867. Linked with Thomas Niemietz farmer near Mintaro Application 8704

No 1

NIEMIETZ, Thomas farmer Hill River Co Stanley. Hundred o f Mannanarie land grant 1877 Grant Book 13 Page 73 County Dalhousie

NIEMIETZ, Thomas butcher Sevenhill 1878 Memorial 188/306

NIEMIETZ, Thomas butcher Sevenhill 1913 Application 26284

No 1

NIENABER, Heinrich Carl August cabinetmaker Norwood 1851 Memorial 288/38 Cabinet maker Adelaide 1853 Memorial 92/58 Cabinetmaker Norwood 1854[-1858] Memorial 246/62 He placed land in Norwood in trust to the use of Johanne Henriette Christiane EY no description for life 1855 Memorial 377/81

NIENABER, Heinrich Carl August cabinetmaker Norwood 1859 Application 906

NIENABER,Heinrich Carl August cabinetmaker formerly of Norwood but now of Kent Town 1860 Memorial 42/163

NIENABER, Heinrich Carl August cabinetmaker formerly of Adelaide 1862 but now of Kent Town 1866 Application 8025

NIESALKE, Gottlieb farmer Light Pass 1850 Memorial 32/27

No 1

NIESCHE, Karl Friedrich carpenter Adelaide (Wright St) 1854 Memorial 338/64

NIESCHE, Carl Friedrich cabinetmaker Adelaide 1855[-1867] Memorial 42/82

NIESCHE, Carl Friedrich carpenter formerly of Adelaide (Wright St) 1854 but now of Stepney 1868 Application 9230

NIESCHE, Anna Elisabeth widow Adelaide relict of the late Carl Niesche formerly of Adelaide but now deceased 1882[-1887] Memorial 60/342

No 1

NIETSCHKE, Albert Reinhold saddler Walkerville and Henriette Caroline Louise Nietschke his wife 1898 Application 23709

NIETSCHKE, Albert Reinhold saddler Stephens Tce, Walkerville 1906, declared that he had lived in Walkerville since c1890 Application 25189

NIETSCHKE, AR of Walkerville 1912 Memorial 44/508

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

NIETSCHKE, Gottfried farmer Wiltshire Special Survey 1848 Memorial 111/13

NIETSCHKE, Gottfried the Younger farmer near Tanunda 1854 Memorial 162/70

NIETSCHKE, Gottfried farmer Moorooroo 1852 Memorial 200/95

No 1

NIEWANDT, Andreas Andrew Christian Martin farmer The Onkaparinga 1855[-1856] Memorial 40/83

NIEWANDT, Andreas Andrew Conrad Martin carrier Hahndorf 1860 Memorial 213/163, Application 2514

NIEWANDT, Andreas Conrad Martin carrier Hahndorf 1864 Application 4888

No 1

NIEWANDT, Friedrich farmer Gnadenfrei 1854[-1857] Memorial 89/64

NIEWANDT, Friedrich farmer Tanunda 1855 Memorial 289/90

No 1

NIEWANDT, Heinrich farmer Hahndorf. Member St John German Protestant Church Hahndorf 1859 Memorial 301/153

NIEWANDT, Heinrich farmer Bugle Ranges 1860 Memorial 98/167

NIGHTMAN, Henry Whittle butcher Kensington 1850 Memorial 380/27

No 1

NIHILL, Daniel farmer Adelaide 1840 Application 110

NIHILL, Daniel gentleman Hindmarsh 1843 Memorial 23/3

NIHILL, Daniel gentleman Adelaide 1845 Memorial 232/5

NIHILL, Daniel died c1844. He left real estate to his wife, Dymphna Nihill and his son, James Nihill - land at Dry Creek, Hindmarsh and North Adelaide Memorial 336/106

NIHILL, Daniel made his will 21/8/1844. Life interest for his wife, Dymphna, in Lot 19 Hindmarsh, with the ‘house and garden’. Also half of Town Acre 903 North Adelaide. Also Country Section 2143 Dry Creek. His son, James Nihill, to get this land after his mother died. Annuity of £12. Mrs Nihill also to get the two cows, Lucky and Cherry, with their four steers Deposit 271/1857

NIHILL, Dymphna of Little Adelaide, Prospect, died 22/9/1866. She left 3 daughters. Her daughter, Margaret Nihill spinster Seaview Lodge, Prospect, died 4/4/1894. Her real estate to her sister, Rebekah Jane Nihill, for life, then to the children of their nephew, James Mansfield Nihill, in equal shares (by 1925, these were Kenneth Mansfield Niall, Arthur Mansfield Niall and Margaret Eleanor BURNHAM). Estate worth £1,493. Her daughter Rebekah Jane Nihill spinster Seaview Lodge, Prospect, died 12/2/1901. Estate worth £2,478. Executor: James Mansfield Nihill formerly pastoralist Rockhampton Qld now Manager Goldsborough Mort Vic, in Melbourne (Managing Director William St, Melbourne, by 1925). Her daughter, Sarah Nihill now known as Niall spinster Carter St, Prospect, died 1/9/1915, of senile decay, aged 89. Born in Limerick, Ireland, she came to SA 77 years previously. Rebeka Nihill and her nephew, James Nihill, changed their surname from Nihill to Niall following Dymphna Nihill's death Application 27363

No 1

NIHILL, James yeoman Adelaide 1838 Application 110

NIHILL, James farmer Adelaide 1840 Application 110

NIHILL, James yeoman Dry Creek linked with Daniel Nihill gentleman Adelaide 1843 Application 27144

NIHILL, James farmer Dry Creek 1843[-1846 Memorial 28/3 Farmer Upper Dry Creek 1850 Memorial 356/27

No 2 - perhaps a continuation from No 1

NIHILL, James auctioneer Adelaide 1856 Memorial 331/111

NIHILL, James auctioneer Adelaide (Rundle St) 1858 Memorial 111/143

NIHILL, James gentleman Adelaide 1865 Memorial 119/214

NIHILL, James Esquire Magill 1874 Memorial 122/272

NIHILL/NIALL, James Mansfield formerly pastoralist Rockhampton Qld but now manager Goldsborough Mort & Co Ltd Melbourne Vic 1925 Memorial 130/493

NIHILL, Margaret spinster Van Diemen's Land 1839 formerly of Van Diemen's Land but now of Little Adelaide 1874 Application 13952

No 1 - probably the same person

NIHILL, Michael labourer Magill 1872 Memorial 241/260

NIHILL, Michael labourer Bowden 1889 Memorial 220/395

NIHILL, Rebekha Jane spinster Adelaide 1857 Memorial 171/128

No 1

NIHILL, Sarah spinster Adelaide 1848 Memorial 27/12

NIHILL, Sarah spinster Marybank near Adelaide linked with Frances Ellen FOX widow Marybank 1860 Memorial 15/162

NIHILL, Sarah spinster Marybank near Adelaide 1862 Application 3695

NIHILL, Sarah spinster formerly of Adelaide but now of Marybank 1865 Memorial 17/208

NIHILL, Sarah spinster formerly of Athelstone but now of Elizabeth St, Norwood 1899 declared that her sister, Frances Ellen Nihill, married Arthur FOX (baptised Arthur Aloysius Fox) auctioneer Marybank and Rundle St, Adelaide on 26/7/1846. Memorial 21/438

NIHILL, Sarah spinster formerly of Marybank but now of Little Adelaide 1902 Memorial 23/446

NIKKELSON, George limeburner Tarcowie 1877 Grant Book 13 Page 29 County Dalhousie

NILAN, Honora spinster near Kapunda Hundred of Booleroo land grant 1883 Grant Book 24 Page 628 County Frome

No 1

NILAN, John and Nicholas farmers Bagot Gap near Kapunda 1868 Memorial 59/236

NILAN, John farmer Kapunda Co Light. Hundred of Yangya land grant 1878 Grant Book 60 Page 92 County Victoria

NILAN, John farmer near Kapunda Co Light. Hundred of Booleroo land grant 1883 Grant Book 24 Page 628 County Frome

No 1

NILAN, Thomas farmer Woodside 1854 Hundred of Belvidere land lease Memorial 405/67

NILAN, Thomas farmer near Kapunda 1859 Application 588

NILAN, Thomas farmer near Kapunda 1861 Memorial 83/172

NILAN, Thomas farmer Hundred of Belvidere, died 14/8/1865. His family included his wife, Mary Nilan, and his children - Patrick Nilan, Nicholas Nilan and John Nilan 1865 Memorial 94/206

NILAN, Thomas farmer near Kapunda, died c1865. His farm, Sections 553, 498, 441, to his wife, Mary, in trust for life, or until her remarriage. This land to his two sons, John and Nicholas Nilan absolutely in remainder expectant. His son, Patrick Nilan, to get Sections 1490, 1420, near Mt Pleasant, also three horses known as Trooper, Charley and Pilot, one reaping machine and one plough. Before he took possession, he had to pay his cousin, Honora Nilan £60. The testator’s daughters, Ellen and Honora Nilan, had to receive £100 each from the homestead sections, the time to be at the executors’ discretion Enrolment 43/46

NILAN, Mary widow Woodlawn near Bagot Gap linked to John and Nicholas Nilan farmers of the same place. They declared bankruptcy in 1870 Memorial 141/250

NILAN, Thomas married Mary QUIN on 15/9/1837 the bride’s father’s Nicholas Quin’s home, Tullamore, Co Clare, Ireland. 4 sons and 2 daughters of the marriage. The family emigrated to SA. Thomas Nilan farmer near Kapunda 14/8/1865, leaving a will, but the wrong land described in the will. His eldest son and heir at law, Nicholas Nilan farmer Section 42 Hundred of Yangya near Gladstone, aged 45 in 1883, had to deal with the problem. One of his brothers called John Nilan. Thomas Nilan’s widow lived with her eldest son in 1883. O’BRIEN, John William inspector of brands Koonunga 1884 apparently a friend of the family Application 20290

No 1

NILSON, John tailor Goodwood Park. Happy Valley Bible Christian Chapel trustee 1889 Memorial 6/401

NILSON, John tailor formerly of Goodwood Park but now of Moonta 1893 Memorial 215/421

NILSON, MC of Glenburnie; Mt Gambier East District Clerk 1876 Memorial 228/294

NILSON, Samuel of Grenfell St, Adelaide 1844 Memorial 327/36

NILSON, Thomas baker Adelaide 1848 Memorial 281/13

NIMES, Thomas farmer near Clare 1862 Application 3104

NIMMO, CW licensed land broker Adelaide (5 Ocean Chambers 113 King William St) 1917 Application 26592

No 1

NIMMO, Thomas stonemason Adelaide 1846[-1855] Memorial 236/7

NIMMO, Thomas formerly stonemason 1855 but now storekeeper Adelaide 1871 Application 11382

NIMMO, Thomas the Elder storekeeper Adelaide and NIMMO, Thomas the Younger mason Adelaide 1866 Application 7911

NIND, Benjamin labourer Byethorne near Nairne 1860 Memorial 36/163

No 1

NINHAM, Arthur cooper Hindmarsh 1866[-1868] Memorial 177/213

NINHAM, Arthur cooper Hindmarsh and Sarah Ninhan his wife 1866 Application 14230

NINHAM, Arthur formerly cooper 1868 but now licensed victualler Brompton 1875 Application 14287

NINHAM, Arthur publican Hindmarsh and Sarah Ninham his wife 1883 Application 19610

No 1

NINNES, Joseph miner Kooringa 1851[-1854] Memorial 438/36

No 2- mixture of the Elder and the Younger; perhaps a continuation of No 1

NINNES, Joseph farmer Penwortham 1856 Memorial 87/107

NINNES, Joseph farmer Clare 1856 Memorial 201/112

NINNES, Joseph farmer Open Range near Sevenhills Hundred of Clare land grant 1860 Grant Book 56 Page 38 County Stanley

NINNES, Joseph farmer formerly of Penwortham 1856 but now of the Open Range near Sevenhill 1863 Application 4704

NINNES, Joseph and Thomas farmers Clare Co Stanley. Hundred of Dalkey land grant 1864 Grant Book 26 Page 226 County Gawler

NINNES, Joseph and Thomas farmers near Clare Hundred of Hall land grant 1864 Grant Book 56 Page 209 County Stanley

NINNES, Joseph farmer Tarcowie.Tarcowie (Hundred of Tarcowie) township allotment land grant 1879 Grant Book 13 Page 29 County Dalhousie

NINNES, Joseph the Elder farmer Penwortham Co Stanley. Hundred of Tarcowie land grant 1879[-1880] Grant Book 13 Page 46 County Dalhousie

NINNES, Joseph the Younger farmer Penwortham Co Stanley. Hundred of Tarcowie land grant 1880 Grant Book 13 Page 46 County Dalhousie

NINNES, Joseph the Elder farmer Penwortham 1880 Application 18303

NINNES, Joseph farmer Penwortham 1900 Application 24039

NINNES, Sampson farmer Gladstone 1888 Memorial 143/390

No 1 - likely to be the same person

NINNES, Thomas miner Kooringa 1854 Memorial 73/64

NINNES, Thomas farmer The Meadows Hutt River Special Survey 1854[-1857] Memorial 81/76

NINNES, Thomas farmer Hundred of Clare 1860 Memorial 208/170

NINNES, Thomas farmer The Meadows near Clare 1863 Application 4338

NINNES, Thomas farmer Meadows Farm near Clare 1865 Memorial 179/204

NINNES, Thomas Chairman of the District Council of Clare 1865 Memorial 222/203

NINNES, Thomas formerly miner Kooringa 1854 but now farmer Meadows Farm near Clare 1868 Application 9457

NINNES, Thomas farmer formerly of The Meadows 1857 but now of Sevenhill 1869 Application 10336

NINNES, Thomas formerly farmer The Meadows Hutt River 1857 but now gentleman Clare 1873 Application 12761

NINNES, Thomas farmer near Clare 1881 Memorial 59/331

No 2

NINNES, Thomas of Mannanarie 1887 Memorial 127/388

NINNES, Thomas farmer Mannanarie. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1892 Grant Book 13 Page 203 County Dalhousie

NINNES, Thomas Roach farmer Penwortham Co Stanley. Hundred of Mannanarie land grant 1880[-1884] Grant Book 13 Page 80 County Dalhousie

No 1

NINNES, William storekeeper Marrabel on the Dirty Light 1861[-1863] Memorial 199/172

No 2

NINNES, William jeweller Adelaide (Leigh St) 1886 Memorial 88/373

NIOOEM, Coory hawker Adelaide Cleve (Hundred of Yadnarie) township allotment land grant 1894 Grant Book 39 Page 89 County Jervois

NIQUET, Charles Wesley watchmaker and jeweller Murray St Gawler Elliston (Hundred of Ward) township allotment land grant 1879 Grant Book 48 Page 41 County Musgrave

NIQUET, Johann Peter Lutheran minister Light Pass. Lake Killalpaninna Lutheran Mission trustee 1885 Memorial 153/378

NISBETT, Harold labourer Belvidere Hundred of Bremer Co Hindmarsh 1908[-1911] Memorial 195/458

No 1

NISBETT, Robert carpenter Mitcham 1857 Memorial 14/122

NISBETT, Robert carpenter Mitcham 1861 Application 2187

NISBETT, Robert Secretary to the Mitcham Building and Investment Society 1861 Memorial 12/183

No 1

NISSEN, George yeoman Adelaide 1849 Memorial 9/17

NISSEN, George storekeeper Adelaide (Flinders St) 1850 Memorial 470/21

NISSEN, George insolvent debtor Adelaide 1851 Memorial 419/36

NITSCHKE, August Hermann Gottlieb bootmaker Hahndorf 1886 Application 21080

NITSCHKE, Carl Friedrich farmer Mobilong 1883 Memorial 246/350

NITSCHKE, Carl Gottfried farmer Brownlow. Trustee unnamed Lutheran Church 1895 Grant Book 18 Page 108 County Eyre

NITSCHKE, Carl Gustav Ewald farmer near Hahndorf. Trustee St Paul Lutheran Church Hahndorf 1926 Application 28657

No 1 – perhaps the same person

NITSCHKE, Carl Hermann labourer Stockwell 1886 Application 20991

NITSCHKE, Carl Hermann farmer Steinfeld 1912 Grant Book 17 Page 82 County Eyre

NITSCHKE, Carl Hermann Wilhelm Lüder Richard licensed victualler Adelaide. He purchased the Exeter Hotel, Rundle St, for £6,300 from the estate of the late George Taylor formerly of Adelaide then of 23 Belmont Hill, Lee, Kent, England but now deceased 1902 Memorial 18/446

NITSCHKE, Charles Henry licensed victualler United Club Hotel (King William St, Adelaide) 1902[-1904] Memorial 63/446

No 1

NITSCHKE, Friedrich Wilhelm farmer and mason Hahndorf 1853[-1854] Memorial 42/57

No 2

NITSCHKE, Friedrich Wilhelm carpenter Stockwell 1865 Memorial 198/205

NITSCHKE, Wilhelm carpenter Stockwell 1886 Application 20991

NITSCHKE, Friedrich Wilhelm Carl farmer Millicent. Hundred of Mayurra land grant 1897 Grant Book 31 Page 235 County Grey

No 1 - probably the same person

NITSCHKE, Johann Christian farmer Friedrichstadt [near Hahndorf] 1858 Memorial 274/138

NITSCHKE, Johann Christian farmer near Hahndorf 1863 Memorial 165/212

NITSCHKE, Christian farmer formerly of Friedrichstadt but then of Harrowgate 1867 Application 8245

NITSCHKE, Johann Christian farmer near Mt Gambier 1878 Memorial 164/309

NITSCHKE, Johann Christian farmer OB Flat near Mt Gambier 1882 Memorial 231/341

No 1 - Johann Carl Nitschke

NITSCHKE, Carl farmer Lobethal 1858 linked with Gottlieb Nitschke the Younger farmer The Bremer Memorial 155/139

NITSCHKE, Carl farmer near Lobethal 1862 Application 3233

NITSCHKE, Johann Carl farmer Lobethal 1872 Application 11952

NITSCHKE, Johann Carl August farmer Millicent Hundred of Mayurra land grant 1891 Grant Book 31 Page 233 County Grey

No 1 - Johann Gottlieb Nitschke

NITSCHKE, Johann Gottlieb wheelwright formerly of Hahndorf, but now of Section 4421 near Mt Barker 1850 Memorial 437/27

NITSCHKE, Gottlieb farmer Blakiston 1853 Sections 4413 and 4414 Hundred of Macclesfield land grants Memorial 92/54

NITSCHKE, Johann Gottlieb farmer Blakiston 1853 Section 293 Hundred of Nuriootpa land grant Memorial 202/61

NITSCHKE, Johann Gottlieb farmer Hundred of Nuriootpa 1853 [Formerly of Sections 4413, 4414 Hundred of Macclesfield] Memorial 338/56

Receipt to Samuel STEPHENS Esquire £4/12/- Lot 565 Section 999 ‘of the proposed town of Adelaide’ 30/3/1837. Osmond Gilles the Colonial Treasurer issued the receipt.

NITSCHKE, Johann Gottlieb farmer Section 1665 Co Light Greenock Creek 1862 Application 3215

NITSCHKE, Johann Gottlieb farmer formerly of the Hundred of Nuriootpa 1853 but now of Walton 1865 [Section 277 Hundred of Nuriootpa]. Linked with Friedrich Wilhelm Nitschke farmer Walton Application 6673

NITSCHKE, Johann Gottlieb farmer Walton. Trustee Wheal Nitschke Mining and Smelting Company 1866 Memorials 67 & 68/261

No 2

NITSCHKE, Gottlieb the Younger farmer Lobethal 1853 Memorial 1580/51

NITSCHKE, Johann Gottlieb farmer The Bremer 1859 Memorial 102/155

NITSCHKE, Johann Gottlieb farmer formerly of the Bremer Hundred of Strathalbyn Co Hindmarsh 1858 but now of Mt Torrens 1866 Application 7383

NITSCHKE, Johann Gottlieb farmer Mt Torrens 1865 Memorial 71/206

NITSCHKE, Gottlieb farmer Mt Torrens Co Adelaide. Hundred of Melville land grant 1878[-1882] Grant Book 19 Page 82 County Fergusson

No 3

NITSCHKE, Johann Gottlieb farmer Hundred of Anna Co Eyre s1897 Memorial 188/430

No 1

NITSCHKE, Johann Gottlob farmer Lobethal 1853 Memorial 157/51

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

NITSCHKE, Johann Gottlob farmer near Lobethal 1862, He could not write Application 3293

NITSCHKE, Gottlob farmer Schönthal 1863 Memorial 292/208

NITSCHKE, John Robert farmer Kapunda 1944 Memorial 1/518

NITSCHKE, Samuel farmer Krondorf and Anna Elisabeth Nitschke his wife formerly GRIEGER 1872 Memorial 105/276

NITSCHKE, Wilhelm farmer Hahndorf Co Adelaide 1853 Section 571 Hundred of Belvidere Co Light land purchase Memorial 442/60

NITZ, Albert labourer Point Pass. Hundred of English land grant 1903 Grant Book 17 Page 176 County Eyre

No 1

NIXON, Frederick Robert surveyor West Hill Section 3810 near Mt Barker 1843 Memorial 228/3 30/10/1844 he sold the land and windmill to Walter PATTERSON farmer Greenbank Mt Barker for £220, paid in cash Memorial 222/4

NIXON, Frederick Robert Esquire Walkerville 1845 Memorial 86/5

NIXON, George butcher Adelaide 1854[-1857] Memorial 51/77

No 1

NIXON, George Murray Finniss gentleman Adelaide, about to leave the province for a time, power of attorney to Francis HERRIOTT gentleman Norwood, to manage his SA business affairs, including land at Marion 9/7/1869 Deposit 195/1869

NIXON, George Murray Finniss gentleman of SA linked with Eliza Marie Nixon widow 7 Gloucester St, St Helier, Jersey CI 1872 Memorial 70/262

No 1
NIXON, George Robert Finniss gentleman Adelaide 1869 Application 10335

NIXON, George Robert Finniss gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now of Pt Elliot 1869 Application 10335

No 1

NIXON, George Thomas butcher Adelaide (Gouger St) 1859[-1862] Memorial 295/149

NIXON, George Thomas butcher Adelaide and Julianne Nixon his wife formerly Julianne DORMER spinster 1872 Memorial 170/261

NIXON, George butcher Adelaide and Julia Ann Nixon his wife 1881 Application 18739

NIXON, Julia Ann widow Adelaide 1881 Application 18669

No 1

NIXON, Henry settler and retired army officer Adelaide, died 12/4/1843, of a decline, aged 38. Charles STURT Registrar-General of The Grange registered his death. Application 10332

NIXON, Eliza Maria widow of the late Henry Nixon Esquire Lieutenant in the Army 1853 Memorial 28/50

NIXON, Eliza Maria widow [relict of Henry Nixon Lieutenant in the Army] formerly of Adelaide, but now of 6 Acacia Tce, Acacia Drive, St John’s Wood, Middlesex, England, power of attorney to Alfred HARDY Esquire Adelaide, to manage her SA business affairs during her absence from the province 13/7/1854. By 26/5/1871, when she was living at 7 Gloucester St, St Helier, Jersey CI, she appointed George Murray Finniss NIXON gentleman South Australia, as her attorney Deposits 458/1854, 157/1872

NIXON, Eliza Maria of 6 Acacia Road, St John's Wood, Middlesex, England 1854 widow and administratrix of the late Henry Nixon Esquire Lieutenant in the Army deceased Adelaide Memorial 45/78

NIXON, Eliza Maria widow of 6 Acacia Tce, Acacia Grove, Middlesex, England 1862 Memorial 63/187

No 1

NIXON, Henry Kempt Brown Esquire Adelaide 1856[-1857] Memorial 106/106

NIXON, Henry Kempt Brown police trooper Pt Elliot, died 15/10/1861, of disease of the brain, aged 27. [Son of Henry Nixon, who died 1843] Application 10332

No 1

NIXON, John tailor Adelaide (Rundle St) 1847 Application 9171

NIXON, John tailor Adelaide 1853 Memorial 323/56

No 2

NIXON, John licensed victualler Adelaide (Gouger St) 1854 Memorial 267/61

NIXON, Sarah Jane spinster Pomanda near Wellington, about to marry Joseph VARCOE farmer German Creek, near Mt Gambier. Her £100 share in the National Building and Investment Society, and her livestock, to go into trust, for her to have the income during her lifetime, then to her husband for his lifetime, then to their children, in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant. The husband also to give up his right if he became insolvent. Trustees: William Millington NIXON gentleman Pomanda and Joseph NIXON photographist brother to SJ Nixon no address given 1/5/1871 Deposit 81/1871

No 1

NIXON, Stephen Edward photographer Kapunda 1867 Application 8122

NIXON, Stephen Edward photographer Kadina. He purchased for £400 the remainder of Townsend DURYEA's lease on a store 'lately occupied by Clarkson & Co 70 King William St, Adelaide) on the corner of Town Acre 141 1875 Memorial 45/283

NIXON, Stephen Edward photographer Adelaide assigned the remainder of his lease of a King William St shop to Charles Henry MANNING photographer Adelaide 1878 Memorial 235/306

No 1

NIXON, William Esquire Ballarat Vic owned land in SA 'about 6 miles west from the eastern boundary of the province Co Grey' near Penola 1868 Memorial 16/230

No 2

NIXON, William road contractor Redhill. Hundred of Redhill land grant 1904 Grant Book 14 Page 381 County Daly

No 1

NIXON, William Millington gunmaker Adelaide (Hindley St) 1855 Memorial 366/83

NIXON, William Millington gentleman Point Pomanda near Wellington on the Murray 1859 Memorial 274/152

NIXON, William Millington of Point Pomanda [near the Murray River mouth] Lake Alexandrina 1861 Application 2605

NIXON, William Millington of the Hundred of Barossa [possibly the wrong address] 1864 Memorial 167/196

NIXON, William Millington photographer Strathalbyn, well knew John Francis MILLINGTON farmer Williamstown, who benefited under the will of his father, George Millington farmer Barossa Special Survey Trustees of the will; George Millington’s widow Ellen and William NIXON 1865 Application 5862

NIXON, William Millington of Pomanda near Wellington on the Murray 1875 Memorial 165/281

NIXON, William Millington gentleman Pomanda, near Wellington on the Murray, power of attorney to Thomas MacDONALD tent and tarpaulin maker Freeman St, Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 17/5/1875 Deposit 157/1875

No 1

NOACK, Eduard August carpenter Adelaide 1851 Memorial 412/33

NOACK, Eduard August carpenter [formerly of Adelaide but now of] Kent Town 1863 Memorial 327/190

NOACK, Ernst Wilhelm farmer Hundred of Schomburgk 1887 Memorial 159/387

NOACK, Friedrich farmer Peter’s Hill near Riverton 1881 Application 18555

No 1

NOACK, Johann farmer near Riverton 1865 Application 6900

NOACK, Johann farmer Tanunda farmer 1858 Memorial 126/138

NOAKES, John Charles school teacher Alberton 1910 Application 25789

NOAL, WH undertaker The Parade, Norwood 1924 Application 27587

NOATZKE, Friedrich labourer Lower Light Hundred of Dublin land grant 1876 Grant Book 26 Page 343 County Gawler

NOBBS, Charles carpenter Adelaide 1866 Memorial 44/212

No 1

NOBES, George Magnus general dealer Stepney 1853[-1854] Memorial 3/61

NOBES, George M clerk to Messrs W & HB JAMES solicitors Pt Adelaide 1856[-1858] Memorial 303/103

NOBES, George Magnus storekeeper Pt Adelaide 1858 Memorial 235/140

NOBES, George M clerk to HB JAMES solicitor Pt Adelaide 1860[-1861] Memorial 237/170

NOBES, George Magnus bank accountant Mt Gambier Mt Gambier township allotment land grant 1861 Grant Book 29 Page 201 County Grey

NOBES, George M National Bank of Australasia Mt Gambier 1862 Memorial 69/184

NOBES, George M accountant Mt Gambier 1864 Memorial 63/196

NOBES, Georg M land agent Mt Gambier 1864 Memorial 186/198

NOBES, George M land broker Mt Gambier 1865 Application 6321

NOBES, George M land broker Mt Gambier 1867 Memorial 154/226

NOBES, George Magnus land agent Mt Gambier, became a bankrupt in 1869 Memorial 173/244

NOBES, George Magnus landbroker Mt Gambier 1873 Memorial 65/271

NOBES, George Magnus agent Mt Gambier 1874 Memorial 219/274

NOBES, George M land agent Mt Gambier 1875[1877] Memorial 151/280

NOBES, George M land agent Millicent 1886[-1887] Memorial 69/377

NOBES, Josiah metal worker Hindmarsh 1869 Memorial 156/236

No 1

NOBES, Robert John accountant Kadina. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1878 Grant Book 14 Page 54 County Daly

NOBES, Robert John accountant Kadina. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1878[-1902] Grant Book 14 Page 233 County Daly

NOBES, Robert John accountant Kadina Co Daly. Farina (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1878[-1886] Grant Book 65 Page 76 County Not named

NOBES, Robert John accountant Kadina 1886[-1899] Memorial 235/374, Application 21709

No 1

NOBES, William gentleman North Adelaide 1853 Memorial 234/55

NOBES, William gentleman [formerly of North Adelaide but now of] Coromandel Valley 1858 Memorial 98/144

No 2

NOBES, William licensed victualler Black Swan Inn, Adelaide 1858 Memorial 248/147

No 3

NOBES, William gardener Walkerville 1863 Memorial 41/193

NOBLE, Charles labourer Gawler South 1933 Memorial 25/507

NOBLE, Charles William farmer Clements Gap trustee Methodist Church Mundoora 1922 Grant Book 14 Page 289 County Daly

NOBLE, Daisy Alexandra married woman West Hindmarsh 1924 Application 27307

NOBLE, George labourer Pt Adelaide 1859 Memorial 182/157

No 1

NOBLE, John shepherd Hundred of Clare 1860 Memorial 208/170

NOBLE, John shepherd Bungaree near Clare 1862 Memorial 320/183

NOBLE, John overseer Bungaree 1871 Memorial 89/252

NOBLE, John formerly shepherd Bungaree 1858 but now of Campbell House Lake Albert 1868 Application 9438

No 2

NOBLE, John blocker Clement Gap. Hundred of Mundoora land grant 1911 Grant Book 14 Page 275 County Daly

NOBLE, John Samuel labourer Port Road Welland Co Adelaide. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1923 Grant Book 13 Page 215 County Dalhousie

NOBLE, R of Laura 1880 Memorial 16/324

NOBLE, Thomas farmer Angaston 1857 Memorial 161/116

NOBLE, Valentine shepherd Willunga, died November 1848 intestate and unmarried. Father and heir at law: John Noble gentleman Warrington, Lancs, England. Power of attorney to George WORTHINGTON gentleman Adelaide, to sell the estate and settle all business affairs in connection with it 13/11/1851 Deposit 42/1854

NOBLE, William of Bungaree 1887 Memorial 189/381

No 1

NOBLETT, Charles Alford well contractor Mt Pleasant and Frances Alice Noblett his wife 1914 Memorial 153/528

NOBLETT, Charles Alford labourer Mt Pleasant. His wife, Frances Alice Noblett, died c1917 Memorial 3/476

NOBLETT, Charles Alford farmer Kent Farm Mt Pleasant, died 8/10/1953 Royal Adelaide Hospital. Brother of Jane Eliza MCCONNELL, William Noblett. Uncle of Stanley James Noblett of Rosetta St, Collinswood, Thomas Charles Elliott WILLIAMS, Hughie James McConnell, Charles William McConnell, John Thomas McConnell and Martha Elizabeth Jane CRADOCK Memorial 53/529

NOBLETT, George H farmer Jamestown 1896 Memorial 16/429

NOBLETT, John farmer South Rhine Co Sturt. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1877 Grant Book 60 Page 125 County Victoria

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

NOBLETT, Joseph farmer South Rhine 1864 Memorial 223/198

NOBLETT, Joseph farmer South Rhine Co Sturt. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1879 Grant Book 60 Page 130 County Victoria

NOBLETT, Joseph the Younger farmer Hundred of Walloway 1885 Memorial 26/375

No 1

NOCK, David [formerly] builder Nuriootpa 1856 Memorial 1/104

NOCK, David [now] storekeeper Nuriootpa 1856[-1858] He bought EA Schulze's store (lots 13 & 38) on the corner of First St and 'the road from Gawler Town to Wheal Barton' Memorial 320/103

NOCK, David storekeeper Kapunda 1859 Memorial 194/160

NOCK, David grocer Kapunda 1864[-1882] Memorial 235/198

NOCK, David merchant Kapunda. Kapunda Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee 1865 Memorial 275/206

NOCK, David late storekeeper Nuriootpa 1859 Application 250

NOCK, David storekeeper Kapunda 1863 Application 4483

NOCK, David storekeeper Kapunda Kapunda Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee 1875 Application 14751

NOCK, David wheat merchant Kapunda 1873 Memorial 36/270

NOCK, David JP wheat buyer Kapunda 1874 Memorial 125/274

NOCK, David merchant Kapunda linked with TD Nock grocer Kapunda 1878 Memorial 1/312

NOCK, David grocer (and formerly MP) Kapunda 1880 Memorial 202/321

NOCK, David gentleman Glenelg 1882 Application 19146

NOCK, David gentleman formerly of Kapunda and Glenelg but now of Norwood linked with Thomas David Nock storekeeper Kapunda 1895 Memorial 177/425

NOCK, David gentleman Glenelg, died 16/6/1909. Father of Thomas David Nock and William James Nock. Father-in-law of William TAYLOR. Helen Taylor mentioned but not described Memorial 164/462

NOCK, Frances Emily (formerly BATTEN) married woman Payneham [owned land at Kapunda] 1918 Memorial 121/487

No 1 - likely to be the same person

NOCK, John bricklayer Alberton 1851 Memorial 45/37

NOCK, John bricklayer Cheltenham 1851 Memorial 304/63

NOCK, John bricklayer Pt Adelaide 1867[-1889] Memorial 189/222

NOCK, John mason Pt Adelaide 1877 Application 16169

NOCK, John builder Pt Adelaide 1892 Memorial 169/414

NOCK, John builder Pt Adelaide 1895 Application 22908

NOCK, John builder Pt Adelaide and Martha Nock his wife 1898 Memorial 202/434

NOCK, John formerly bricklayer Lipson St, Pt Adelaide and Albert Park, but then out of business Klemzig, died 18/3/1908. Friend of George Wilson COSH storekeeper Klemzig and William POWELL mason Staplehurst. John Nock owned a shop and house in the Portland Estate at Pt Adelaide Memorial 74/479

NOCK, Joseph storekeeper Tarlee 1880[-1896] Memorial 158/321

NOCK, Leslie C school teacher St Peters 1912 Memorial 140/467

No 1

NOCK, Thomas bricklayer Adelaide 1846[-1854] Memorial 9/6 Sturt St, Adelaide 1850[-1853] Memorial 261/28

NOCK, Thomas bricklayer Angaston 1853[-1854] Memorial 16/61

NOCK, Thomas builder Angaston 1856 Memorial 1/104

NOCK, Thomas bricklayer formerly of Angaston 1860 but now of Penrice 1864 Application 5424

NOCK, Thomas formerly bricklayer Adelaide 1854 but now builder Angaston 1871 Application 11704

NOCK, Thomas gentleman formerly of Penrice but now of Angaston 1889 Application 21553

NOCK, Thomas builder Angaston, died 4/11/1895. Father of David Nock gentleman Norwood and Joseph Nock storekeeper Tarlee Memorials 131-133/427

No 1

NOCK, Thomas David storekeeper Kapunda 1876[-1895] Application 14751

NOCK, Thomas David storekeeper formerly of Kapunda but now of Wallaroo 1904, stated that he was a son-in-law and executor for the late Ann Gunniman BATTEN widow formerly of Kapunda Application 24864

NOCK, Thomas David merchant Wallaroo linked with William James Nock wheat and wood merchant Glenelg 1910 Memorial 201/462

NODEY, James blacksmith Narracoorte 1871 Application 11496

No 1 - perhaps the same person or mixture of the Elder and the Younger

NOICES, George farmer Adelaide 1853 7-year lease Section 35 Hundred of Onkaparinga Memorial 316/55

NOICES, George sawyer New Tiers 1855 Memorial 40/126

NOICES, George farmer New Tiers 1856 Bible Christian Chapel trustee Memorial 302/112

NOICES, George farmer Adelaide 1857 Memorial 135/126

NOICES, George formerly sawyer New Tiers 1855 but now market gardener Carey Gully 1869 Application 9815

NOICES, George gardener Carey Gully 1883 Memorial 219/352

No 1

NOLAN, Elizabeth spinster near Kooringa 1898 Memorial 98/434

NOLAN, Elizabeth spinster Hampton near Kooringa 1900 Memorial 114/441

NOLAN, Francis James farmer Halbury 1915 Memorial 138/473

NOLAN, Frederick gentleman East Adelaide 1896 Memorial 31/427

NOLAN, FJ farmer Rose Park 1923 Memorial 15/487

NOLAN, Henry John Nassau labourer Ellenville 1910 Application 25873

No 1

NOLAN, James farmer Morphett Vale 1858 Memorial 5/133

No 2 - perhaps the same person

NOLAN, James farmer Gawler 1868 Memorial 64/231

NOLAN, James labourer Gawler 1873[-1889] Memorial 191/267

NOLAN, James labourer High St, Gawler, died 19/11/1914 Gawler East. Husband of Catherine Nolan. Father of John Nolan blacksmith Gawler East, James Nolan blacksmith Islington and Ellen Nolan Memorial 86/504

NOLAN, James the Elder labourer High St, Gawler, died 19/11/1914 Gawler East. Estate worth £210. Estate to his wife, Catherine Nolan, in trust for life, the to be sold and the proceeds shared equally absolutely in remainder expectant amongst his children - John Nolan blacksmith Gawler East, James Nolan the Younger blacksmith Islington, Michael and Ellen Nolan. Application 27729

NOLAN, James the Elder labourer High St, Gawler, died 19/11/1914. He could not write. He left his £210 estate to his wife, Catherine Nolan, for life, then in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant to his children - John Nolan (Blacksmith Horsham Vic 1928), James Nolan the Younger (blacksmith Mile End 1928), Michael Nolan, and Ellen Nolan Application 27729

No 3

NOLAN, James farmer Nolan Lodge near Hoyleton 1886 Application 24606

NOLAN, James farmer formerly of the Hundred of Blyth but now of Thebarton. Thomas Nolan mentioned but not described 1890[-1892] Memorial 171/402

NOLAN, James gentleman Thebarton 1893[-1897] Memorial 68/419

No 4

NOLAN, James blacksmith Mile End linked with John Nolan blacksmith Horsham Vic in owning land in Gawler 1931 Application 27852

No 1

NOLAN, John farmer near Kooringa 1867[-1875] Memorial 131/222

NOLAN, John of near Yarwood Hundred of Kooringa 1874 Application 19842

NOLAN, John farmer near Kooringa 1874 Application 13677

NOLAN, John of near Yarwood Hundred of Kooringa 1874 Memorial 81/273

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

NOLAN, John farmer Wilmington. Thomas Nolan mentioned but not described 1887 Memorial 198/386

No 2

NOLAN, John blacksmith Clare 1884 Application 20342

NOLAN, K clerk to HA SHIERLAW solicitor Adelaide 1939 Memorial 109/516

NOLAN, Mary married woman 34 Union St, Beulah Park, together with her son and daughter, Richard Dennis Nolan and Betty Nolan, changed their surname to LUDLOW 1943 Memorial 8/517

No 1

NOLAN, Michael labourer Native Valley 1867 Memorial 11/222

NOLAN, Michael farmer near Kanmantoo Hundred of Monarto land grant 1868 Grant Book 58 Page 119 County Sturt

NOLAN, Michael farmer near Harrogate 1892 Application 22408

NOLAN, Mortimer farmer Hutt River 1848 Memorial 172/13 Of Clare late 1848 Memorial 181/13 Farmer Clare 1849 Memorial 219/14 Publican Clare 1850 Memorial 477/26

NOLAN, William eldest son and heir at law of Mortimer NOLAN of Clare 1865 Application 6592

NOLAN, MS of Currie St, Adelaide 1890 Memorial 65/405

NOLAN, Patrick labourer Eighth St, Bowden 1895 Application 22987

NOLAN, Richard police sergeant Adelaide 1857 Memorial 81/113

NOLAN, Thomas labourer Gawler 1873[-1893] Memorial 149/267

NOLAN, William labourer Barton St, North Adelaide 1900, declared that he used to be a driver for James HARRINGTON the Elder and his son James Harrington the Younger between January 1860 and 1896. Nolan used to take limestone in his dray from the quarry on Block 30, Prospect, to the Harrington lime yards and kilns on Block 22 Application 23960

NOLES, Alfred painter Langhorne Creek 1906 Memorial 46/455 

No 1

NOLES, Charles Henry labourer Langhorne Creek 1900 Memorial 159/440

NOLES, Charles Henry and Thomas John Noles both labourers Langhorne Creek 1926 Memorial 91/494

NOLES, Richard labourer Milang 1913 Application 26220

NOLES, Thomas John labourer formerly of Langhorne Creek but now of 147 Grange Road, Flinders Park 1949 Memorial 104/523

No 1

NOLL, August farmer near Truro 1874 Application 13556

NOLL, August the Elder farmer near Wilmington Hundred of Willochra land grant 1877 Grant Book 24 Page 537 County Frome

NOLL, August the Elder farmer Truro Hundred of Willochra land grant 1884 Grant Book 24 Page 548 County Frome

No 1

NOLL, August Friedrich farmer Bethanien 1860 Memorial 180/162

NOLL, August Friedrich farmer near Wasleys Co Gawler. Hundred of Napperby land grant 1882 Grant Book 60 Page 389 County Victoria

NOLL, August Hermann farmer Wilmington trustee unnamed Chapel Hundred of Gregory land grant 1891 Grant Book 23 Page 103 County Frome

No 1

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

NOLL, August Wilhelm farmer Crystal Brook 1921 Memorial 198/482

No 1

NOLL, Christian August farmer Pinkerton Plains Co Gawler. Hundred of Bagot land grant 1880 Grant Book 17 Page 232a County Eyre

NOLL, Christian August farmer Angas Valley trustee unnamed Chapel Hundred of Angas Hundred of Angas land grant 1885 Grant Book 58 Page 182 County Sturt

NOLL, Christian August farmer Angas Valley trustee unnamed Cemetery Hundred of Angas Hundred of Angas land grant 1887 Grant Book 58 Page 183 County Sturt

NOLL, Friedrich Wilhelm Hermann farmer Woods Flat. Murbko cemetery trustee 1906 Grant Book 3 Page 128 County Albert

NOLL, Hermann farmer Black Hill trustee unnamed Church Hundred of Ridley Hundred of Ridley land grant 1896 Grant Book 58 Page 155 County Sturt

NOLL, Johannes Friedrich farmer Woods Flat. Murbko cemetery trustee 1906 Grant Book 3 Page 128 County Albert

No 1

NOLL, Johann Friedrich Wilhelm hawker Bowden 1899 Application 23804

NOLL, Johann Friedrich Wilhelm hawker West St, Brompton 1904 Application 24776

NOLL, John clerk and storekeeper Stepney 1853 Memorial 352/55

No 1

NOLTENIUS, Bernard August and MEYER, Christian Ludwig merchants and co-partners Noltenius Meyer & Co Adelaide 1850 Memorial 126/28

NOLTENIUS, Bernhard August merchant Adelaide 1852 Memorial 10/45

NOLTENIUS, Bernhard A of Adelaide linked with Johann L Noltenius of the Northern Territory 1876 Memorial 2/289

NOLTENIUS, BF clerk Adelaide 1900 Memorial 178/440

No 1

NOLTENIUS, Edward Arthur civil servant Glenelg 1907[-1910] Memorial 170/457

NOLTENIUS, Edward Arthur surveyor Adelaide 1913[-1920] Memorial 4/469, Application 27452

NOLTENIUS, Edward Arthur retired civil servant Victor Harbor 1925 Memorial 57/493

NOLTENIUS, Edward Arthur retired civil servant Murray Bridge 1930 Memorial 149/503

No 1

NOLTENIUS, Henry became a bankrupt in 1861 Memorial 28/178

NOLTENIUS, Henry wine and spirit merchant Bridge St, Kensington, died 10/1/1884, of heart disease, aged 63. BA Noltenius of Kensington was a brother. H Noltenius's wife, Emma Eliza Noltenius, had already died when the family lived at Stepney, on 5/3/1875 at Brighton, of affection of the heart, aged 38. Likely that Edward Arthur Noltenius civil servant Glenelg and Bernhard Alfred Noltenius clerk Glenelg 1911 were sons of Henry and Emma Noltenius Application 25935

NOLTENIUS, Henry wine and spirit merchant Bridge St, Kensington, died 10/1/1884, of heart disease, aged 63 Application 29174

NOLTENIUS, HC clerk Adelaide 1873 Memorial 82/268

NOLTENIUS, Johannes Lebrecht gentleman Adelaide, about to leave the province for some time, power of attorney to Bernhard August NOLTENIUS gentleman Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 24/1/1874 Deposit 61/1876

No 1 - perhaps the same person

NOLTY, John shepherd Armagh 1853 Memorial 40/61

NOLTY, John farmer South Armagh 1873 Memorial 213/265

NOLTY, John labourer Armagh 1875 Memorial 122/285

No 1

NOLTY, Peter farmer Armagh Hutt River Special Survey 1854 Memorial 132/79

NOLTY, Peter farmer Armagh near Clare 1867 Memorial 233/232

No 1

NONMUS, Isaac gentleman Adelaide 1841 Memorial 44/19

NONMUS, Isaac of East Tce, Adelaide 1847 Memorial 132/10

NONMUS, Isaac of Adelaide became a bankrupt 1847 Memorial 431/7

NOONAN, Cornelius farmer Georgetown. Hundred of Caltowie land grant 1880 Grant Book 60 Page 193 County Victoria

NOONAN, George Gawler Michael farmer Kingston (township Section 69 Survey C) 1853[-1854] Memorial 312/46

No 1

NOONAN, James farmer Kapunda Co Light. Hundred of Bundaleer land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 72 County Victoria

NOONAN, James farmer Kapunda Co Light. Hundred of Koolunga land grant 1880 Grant Book 55 Page 190 County Stanley

NOONAN, James farmer Caltowie linked with John Noonan the Elder farmer Gulnare 1885 Memorial 120/371

No 2

NOONAN, James draper Adelaide 1882 Memorial 1/340

No 1

NOONAN, John Public works overseer Adelaide 1841 Memorial 60/16

No 2

NOONAN, John yeoman Adelaide, and Jane Noonan, his wife 1849 Memorial 374/16

No 3

NOONAN, John farmer Noarlunga 1850 Memorial 486/21

No 4 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

NOONAN, John farmer Gumeracha 1856 Memorial 266/100

NOONAN, John the Elder and John the Younger farmers Kapunda 1869 Memorial 177/240

NOONAN, John the Elder labourer Georgetown. Georgetown (Hundred of Bundaleer) township allotment land grant 1873 Grant Book 60 Page 79 County Victoria

NOONAN, John the Younger farmer Gulnare 1874 Memorial 80/276

NOONAN, John farmer Georgetown Co Victoria. Hundred of Koolunga land grant 1879 Grant Book 55 Page 187 County Stanley

NOONAN, John the Elder farmer Gulnare. James Noonan mentioned but not described 1880 Memorial 190/325

NOONAN, John the Younger farmer Kapunda Co Light. Hundred of Bundaleer land grant 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 71 County Victoria

NOONAN, John farmer Kapunda Co Light. Hundred of Bundaleer land grant 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 71 County Victoria

NOONAN, John farmer Kapunda Hundred of Koolunga land grant 1881 Grant Book 55 Page 190 County Stanley

No 1

NOONAN, Michael farmer Kapunda and his wife, Bridget Noon, formerly Bridget DERMODY 1862[-1866] Memorial 35/186

NOONAN, Michael farmer Allen Creek near Kapunda 1865[-1869] Memorial 282/202

NOONAN, Michael farmer Allendale near Kapunda 1866[-1869] Memorial 201/215

NOONAN, Michael farmer near Kapunda and Bridget Noonan his wife formerly Bridget DERMODY mid 1869 Memorial 236/239

NOONAN, Michael farmer Kapunda Co Light. Hundred of Bundaleer land grant 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 71 County Victoria

NOONAN, Michael farmer Gulnare 1881 Memorial 202/330

NOONAN, Peter labourer Gawler 1858 Memorial 139/144

NOONAN, Sarah Agnes widow Kapunda, died 29/8/1933. Mother-in-law of John HIGGINS farmer Kapunda (born 26/1/1898) and John BROWNE retired farmer Kapunda (born 21/2/1875) Application 29236

No 1

NOOTNAGEL, Heinrich Professor of German at the Collegiate School of St Peter's 1852 Memorial 102/45

NOOTNAGEL, Heinrich of Gawler Place, Adelaide 1855 Memorial 48/86

NOOTNAGEL, Henry commission agent Adelaide 1855 Memorial 327/84

NOOTNAGEL, Henry agent Adelaide (Gawler Place) 1858 Memorial 287/144

NOOTNAGEL, Henry clerk to JG MOULDEN solicitor Adelaide 1863 Memorial 23/191

NOOTNAGEL, Oscar Henry civil servant Belair 1926, declared that he had lived in Belair since 1875 Application 27424

NORBURN, William lithographer and stationer Adelaide 1884 Memorial 100/387

NORCOTT, Charles Gibson dealer Terowie Hundred of Gumbowie land grant 1882 Grant Book 40 Page 43 County Kimberley

NORDHAUSEN, Alfred Martin farmer Pinnaroo. Hundred of Kingsford land grant 1951 Grant Book 12 Page 271 County Chandos

No 1

NORDHAUSEN, Franz Adolph farmer Bower trustee unnamed Lutheran Church and cemetery 1900 Grant Book 1

NORDHAUSEN, Franz Adolph farmer Mootatunga. Mootatunga (Hundred of Peebinga) township allotment land grant 1925 Grant Book 12 Page 251 County Chandos

NORDHAUSEN, Franz Adolph farmer Mootatunga trustee Mootatunga Hall 1925 Grant Book 12 Page 251 County Chandos

NORDHAUSEN, Franz Adolph farmer Pinnaroo. Hundred of Pinnaroo land grant 1936 Grant Book 12 Page 58 County Chandos

No 1

NORDIN, Francis John labourer Portland Estate 1864 Memorial 176/195

NORDIN, Francis John labourer formerly of the Portland Estate 1864 but now of Yatala near Pt Adelaide 1877 Application 15736

NORDIN, Frank J labourer Yatala 1877 Application 16365

NORDIN, Francis John labourer Yatala township 1877 Memorial 75/297

NORDIN, George labourer Rosewater 1905 Application 24923

No 1

NORLEY, William gardener Stirling East 1920 Memorial 182/480

NORLEY, William formerly gardener Stirling West but now out of business Da Costa Park 1950 Memorial 153/525

NORMAN, Arthur farmer Willunga, died 7/1/1956. Brother to Percival Norman. Cousin to Alan Norman, Vera KERNICK Memorial 193/530

NORMAN, Arthur Edward broker Woodville and Hilda Norman his wife, daughter of Eliza KIRKWOOD wife of Daniel Kirkwood stone cutter Ridleyton North 1897 Application 23280

NORMAN, Charles Herbert vigneron Underdale 1890 Application 21835

NORMAN, David the Elder farmer Yahl Hundred of Caroline land grant 1885 Grant Book 31 Page 5 County Grey

NORMAN, Donald David labourer Mt Gambier 1945 Application 28421

NORMAN, Ebenezer railway clerk Bowden 1890 Application 21835

No 1

NORMAN, Ellis farmer Hindmarsh 1856 Memorial 327/97

NORMAN, Ellis and Richard farmers Underdale 1856[-1893] Memorial 321/103

NORMAN, Ellis farmer Underdale 1863 Memorial 205/189

NORMAN, Francis James vigneron Underdale 1890 Application 21858

NORMAN, Garnet Lloyd farmer Aldinga. St Ann's Church Aldinga trustee 1943 Memorial 108/517

No 1

NORMAN, George labourer Underdale 1856 Memorial 328/97

No 2

NORMAN, George farmer Mt Gambier 1874 Memorial 180/275

No 3

NORMAN, George farmer Willunga 1897 Application 23400

NORMAN, George farmer Willunga and Mary Ann Norman his wife 1912 Memorial 44/466

NORMAN, George farmer Willunga 1916. Husband of Mary Ann Norman, who died 6/7/1916 Adelaide Memorial 157/474

NORMAN, George farmer Willunga 1924 Memorial 25/491

NORMAN, George farmer Willunga, died 5/8/1924 Adelaide. Father of Percival Norman no description, Arthur Norman and Harold Norman farmers Willunga. Grandfather of Allen Wenzel Norman. Father-in-law of Ruby Norman. Estate worth £500 Memorial 52/498

No 1

NORMAN, George Gifford farmer Underdale 1879[-1880] Memorial 22/315

NORMAN, George Gifford formerly labourer 1856 but now gentleman Underdale 1893 Application 22453

NORMAN, George Gifford farmer Underdale 1895 Application 22873

No 2

NORMAN, George Gifford farmer Mt Gambier 1874[-1888] Memorials 180/275 & 124/346

NORMAN, George Gifford farmer Yahl Hundred of Caroline land grant 1886 Grant Book 31 Page 5 County Grey

No 1

NORMAN, GH accountant Adelaide 1886[-1888] Memorial 175/377

NORMAN, GH acting accountant Adelaide 1887 Memorial 249/382

No 1

NORMAN, George John compositor Adelaide (Ifould St) 1895[-1897] Memorial 162/423

NORMAN, George John compositor formerly of Ifould St, Adelaide, but now of Flinder St, Kent Town 1901 Application 24127

NORMAN, Harold farmer Willunga, died c1939. Brother to Arthur Norman farmer Willunga and Percival Norman. Cousin to Vera KERNICK Memorial 27/514

NORMAN, Harriett Anne artist Mt Gambier Hundred of Mt Muirhead land grant 1880 Grant Book 31 Page 196 County Grey

No 1

NORMAN, Henry dairyman Largs Bay 1880 Application 18086

No 2

NORMAN, Henry photographer Mt Gambier 1882 Application 19519

NORMAN, Henry Thomas of Yahl Paddock near Mt Gambier 1887[-1897] Memorial 189/384

No 1

NORMAN, Herbert gentleman Adelaide (North Tce) 1865 Memorial 34/205

NORMAN, Herbert Hayes surgeon dentist Adelaide, Hugh Norman licensed surveyor Adelaide, and Leslie Norman surgeon dentist Adelaide, as adminstrators of the estate of the late Robert Norman gentleman Adelaide 1885 Application 20501

No 1

NORMAN, Herbert John storekeeper Willunga 1929 Memorial 102/502

No 2

NORMAN, Herbert John retired farmer Willunga, died 5/5/1941 Adelaide Memorial 178/515

No 1

NORMAN, Hugh licensed surveyor and land agent Adelaide Gordon (Hundred of Kanyaka) township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 49 Page 111 County Newcastle

NORMAN, Hugh surveyor Adelaide Co Adelaide Hundred of Burdett land grant 1880 Grant Book 54 Page 62c County Russell

NORMAN, Hugh licensed surveyor Adelaide 1882[-1884] Memorial 170/341

No 1

NORMAN, Isaac farmer Glenburn Hundred of Waitpinga land grant 1879 Grant Book 37 Page 147 County Hindmarsh

NORMAN, Isaac farmer Glenburn Rapid Bay 1884 Application 20298

NORMAN, Isaac farmer Delamere 1907 Application 25283

No 1

NORMAN, James farmer Yankalilla 1856 Memorial 131/95

NORMAN, James farmer Torrens Vale Hundred of Yankalilla, died 2/10/1880. Executors; his sons Henry Norman farmer Torrens Vale and William Norman farmer Langhorne Creek Memorial 72/328

NORMAN, James farmer Torrens Vale Hundred of Yankalilla, died c1880. His children included Henry Norman farmer Sellick's Hill and William Norman farmer Langhorne Creek 1896 Application 23251

NORMAN, James Russell gentleman Adelaide 1854[-1856] Memorial 11/74

No 1

NORMAN, Jesse farmer Underdale 1860[-1861] Memorial 145/164

NORMAN, Jesse formerly of Hindmarsh 1856 but now farmer Underdale 1866 Application 7861

NORMAN, Jesse farmer Underdale, died 27/8/1881. His estate worth £2,120 1916 Application 26504

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

NORMAN, John farmer Adelaide 1843 Memorial 1/3

NORMAN, John farmer formerly of Adelaide, but now of Willunga 1848[-1852] Memorial 133/13

NORMAN, John farmer Aldinga 1854 Memorial 61/7

NORMAN, John farmer Aldinga 1860 Application 1326

NORMAN, John carpenter Willunga 1858[-1864] Memorial 144/136

NORMAN, John carpenter Willunga and Mary Norman his wife 1876 Application 19019

NORMAN, John carpenter Willunga 1878 Application 22741

NORMAN, John farmer Willunga and Martha Selina Norman his wife 1890 Application 21824

NORMAN, John the Elder farmer Willunga, died 14/5/1885. Husband of Mary Norman. Estate worth £260 1912 Memorial 37/467 Mary Norman widow Willunga, died 15/12/1911. Mother of John Norman [formerly the Younger] farmer Willunga Memorial 139/466

NORMAN, John the Elder farmer Willunga, died 14/5/1885. His widow, Mary Norman, died 15/12/1911. Parents of George and J John the Younger Norman farmers Willunga Memorial 50/467

No 2

NORMAN, John labourer Pt Adelaide 1860 Memorial 288/161

No 3

NORMAN, John farmer Minlacowie trustee Hundred of Minlacowie land grant 1877 Grant Book 19 Page 253 County Fergusson

No 1

NORMAN, Leslie surgeon dentist Adelaide son of the late Robert Norman now deceased about to marry Alice Maude spinster Pt Adelaide 1883 Memorial 200/354

NORMAN, Leslie surgeon dentist Adelaide 1884 Memorial 32/359

NORMAN, Leslie surgeon dentist Adelaide and Alice Maude Norman his wife. Associated with Henry Burge builder Pt Adelaide and Hugh Norman licensed surveyor Adelaide 1885 Memorial 85/364

NORMAN, Leslie surgeon dentist Pt Adelaide linked with Walter Norman surgeon Adelaide 1886 Memorial 125/375

NORMAN, Lionel Silas farmer Coonawarra 1921 Memorial 20/483

No 1

NORMAN, Percival farmer Willunga 1915 Memorial 53/472

NORMAN, Percival farmer Willunga Methodist Church trustee 1915 Application 26429

NORMAN, RAD law clerk Adelaide 1942 Memorial 33/523

No 1

NORMAN, Richard labourer Hindmarsh 1856 Memorial 269/106

NORMAN, Richard farmer Underdale 1861 Application 2127

NORMAN, Richard farmer Underdale 1863 Memorial 206/189

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

NORMAN, Richard farmer Cowandilla 1871[-1877] Memorial 71/300

No 1

NORMAN, Robert surgeon dentist Adelaide 1844[-1854] Memorial 175/4

NORMAN, Robert dentist formerly of Brighton but now of Adelaide 1857 Memorial 322/133

NORMAN, Ross labourer Kingston S-E 1937 Memorial 185/511

NORMAN, Sarah Ann commonly known as Sarah Ann BETTS formerly of Gawler 1900 Application 24103

NORMAN, Thomas Henry boundary rider Mulgundawa 1900 Application 240907

NORMAN, Walter physician and surgeon Adelaide, about to leave the province, power of attorney to Edward James RONALD solicitor Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 28/7/1884 Deposit 181/1884

NORMAN, Walter Edwin and Harold Gittens Norman farmers near Mt Gambier 1938 Application 28118

No 1

NORMAN, William miller Hindmarsh 1853[-1864] Hundred of Goolwa land grant Memorial 221/62

NORMAN, William miller Bowden 1855 Memorial 184/88

NORMAN, William miller Salisbury 1864 Application 5624

NORMAN, William miller formerly of Hindmarsh 1864 but now of Salisbury 1867 Application 8243

NORMAN, William of Salisbury 1869 Memorial 104/411

NORMAN, William miller formerly of Bowden 1855 but now of Hindmarsh 1871 Application 11253

NORMAN, William miller Salisbury 1872[-1889] Memorial 220/262

NORMAN, William gentleman [formerly of Salisbury but now of] Woodville 1891 Memorial 105/411

NORMAN, William miller Woodville 1890[-1892] Memorial 45/406

NORMAN, William the Elder gentleman Woodville 1897 Application 23337

No 2

NORMAN, William farmer Kenton Valley near Gumeracha 1860 Memorial 330/162

NORMAN, William farmer Honeysuckle Farm near Saddleworth 1871[-1879] Memorial 238/250

NORMAN, William farmer formerly of Kenton Valley but now of Saddleworth 1873 Memorial 70/267

NORMAN, William farmer formerly of Saddleworth but now of Pekina 1880 Memorial 243/325

NORMAN,William of Pekina. Hundred of Pekina land grant 1882 Grant Book 13 Page 166 County Dalhousie

NORMAN, William of Saddleworth Co Light. Hundred of Pekina land grant 1883 Grant Book 13 Page 168 County Dalhousie

No 3

NORMAN, William the Younger mercantile clerk Brompton Co Adelaide. Orroroo (Hundred of Walloway) township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 13 Page 133 County Dalhousie

No 4 – perhaps the same person

NORMAN, William farmer Yankalilla Co Hindmarsh. Hundred of Brinkley land grant 1877 Grant Book 58 Page 351 County Sturt

NORMAN, William farmer Langhorne Creek and NORMAN, Isaac farmer Glenburn, sons of the late James Norman farmer Torrens Vale 1892 Application 22305

No 5

NORMAN, William dealer Mt Gambier 1881 Application 18148

NORMAN, William Ashley solicitor Helenholme, Fullarton Rd, Mitcham 1917 partner in the legal firm of BAKEWELL, STOW & PIPER, Cowra Chambers, Grenfell St, Adelaide, declared that the partnership bought the practice of Messrs BELT & Son solicitors Pirie St, Adelaide, on 10/9/1914 Application 26562

NORMAND, John station cook Abbotsford Cooper Creek Qld. Hopetoun (later Innamincka Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1890 Grant Book 65 Page 204 County Not named

NORRELL, William the Elder yeoman Skillogolee Creek 1855[-1860] Memorial 433/86

No 1

NORRIS, Arthur Oscar labourer Leasingham 1913 Memorial 184/469

NORRIS, Arthur Oscar formerly labourer Leasingham but then a private in the 50th Battalion AIF, died in France on 12/8/1916. Son of Mary Norris widow Penwortham Memorial 13/476

NORRIS, Bertie motor driver 97 Beulah Rd, Norwood, aged 53 in 1943 Application 28368

No 1

NORRIS, Charles sawyer Happy Valley. Bible Christian Chapel trustee South Road The Sturt 1858 Memorial 221/138

NORRIS, Charles gardener Upper Sturt 1875 Memorial 99/283

NORRIS, Charles gardener Upper Sturt 1885 Application 20986

NORRIS, Charles sawyer formerly of Happy Valley but now of Crafers 1885 Application 20697

NORRIS, Charles formerly sawyer Happy Valley but now gardener Crafers 1889 Memorial 6/401

No 2

NORRIS, Charles of 24 Wilson St, Prospect and Emily Eliza Norris his wife 1924[-1930] Memorial 7/490

NORRIS, Edward Hall farmer Meadows Special Survey 1855 Memorial 460/94

NORRIS, Eli Leader farmer Leasingham 1905 Memorial 222/452

NORRIS, Emily Eliza married woman Salisbury 1903 Memorial 182/447

No 1

NORRIS, Emma Kate widow Le Fevre Peninsula 1878 Memorial 15/307

NORRIS, Emma Kate widow Semaphore 1881 Application 18490

NORRIS, Emma Kate widow Le Fevre Peninsula linked with Hanling Gunther Germein Norris merchant's clerk Le Fevre Peninsula 1883 Memorial 100/352

No 1 – perhaps mixture of the Elder and the Younger

NORRIS, George farmer Booborowie Hundred of Kulpara land grant 1879 Grant Book 14 Page 325 County Daly

NORRIS, George the Younger farmer Cocoanut Hundred of Cunningham land grant 1883 Grant Book 19 Page 284 County Fergusson

NORRIS, Heenling Gunther Germein merchant’s clerk Le Fevre Penisula 1883 Application 19896

No 1

NORRIS, Joseph sawyer O'Halloran Hill 1858 Memorial 150/140

NORRIS, Joseph sawyer formerly of O'Halloran Hill 1858 but now of Happy Valley 1865 Application 6976.

NORRIS, Joseph farmer O'Halloran Hill 1877 Application 16391

NORRIS, Joseph farmer O'Halloran Hill 1881[-1889 Memorial 1/337

NORRIS, Joseph formerly sawyer Happy Valley but now farmer O'Halloran Hill Happy Valley Bible Christian Chapel trustee 1889 Memorial 6/401

NORRIS, Joseph farmer O'Halloran Hill and Mary Norris his wife 1891 Memorial 139/409

NORRIS, Joseph farmer formerly of Happy Valley but now of O'Halloran Hill 1893 Memorial 215/421

No 2

NORRIS, Joseph farmer Tea Tree Gully. Brother to Eliza TURNER wife of John Turner butcher Adelaide and formerl Eliza MULLETT widow of the late Charles Mullett formerly farmer Oak Valley now deceased 1870 Memorial 202/247

NORRIS, Joseph farmer formerly of Tea Tree Gully but now of Adelaide 1894 Memorial 153/423

NORRIS, Josiah tinman The Semaphore 1882 Application 19452

No 1

NORRIS, Richard stonemason Pt Elliot 1854 Memorial 358/72

No 2

NORRIS, Richard farmer Sandy Creek 1856 Memorial 422/100

NORRIS, Sydney James agent Mt Gambier 1905[-1905] Memorial 84/454

No 1

NORRIS, Thomas post office clerk Adelaide 1846 Memorial 205/16

NORRIS, Thomas General Post Office clerk Adelaide 1852 Memorial 434/43

No 2

NORRIS, Thomas schoolmaster Adelaide 1848 Memorial 206/16

NORRIS, Thomas schoolmaster Adelaide (Carrington St) 1851 Memorial 299/34

NORRIS, Thomas schoolmaster Adelaide (Currie St) 1855 Memorial 255/80

NORRIS, Thomas Frederick painter Norwood 1882 Memorial 77/342

No 1

NORRIS, Thomas James plasterer Beulah Rd, Norwood 1862 Memorials 277 & 298/186

NORRIS, Thomas James (probably of Norwood) died 8/7/1865 intestate. His eldest son and heir at law, Thomas Frederick Norris, lived as a painter at Norwood by 1882. TJ Norris's widow, Sarah Jane Norris, remarried on 11/4/1868, to William SITTERS the Younger, by 1882 a market gardener at Summertown near Mt Lofty Memorial 77/342

NORRIS, Thomas James, a plasterer (Father: John Norris) lived in Fenn Place, Adelaide, until his marriage to Sarah Jane FULLER of Adelaide (Father: John Fuller) on 2/7/1860 at St Paul’s Pulteney St Adelaide. Witnesses Sarah Jane Fuller Norwoo ad Spencer Fuller mason Norwood. The Norrises shifted to Norwood immediately after their marriage. Thomas Norris plasterer Norwood, died 8/5/1865 intestate, of typhoid fever, aged 31. His eldest son, Thomas Frederick Norris, born 9/4/1861 Norwood, inherited his father’s estate as heir at law. By 1882, he was a painter of Norwood. Two other children of the marriage - Frederick James NORRIS born 25/4/1863 and Mary Ann Norris, born 2/6/1865, and died June 1867. The widow Norris remarried to William SITTERS the Younger gardener Summertown. George BAKER civil servant Woodville married Sarah Jane Norris nee Fuller’s sister not named here.1882 Application 19249

NORSWORTHY, Emma storekeeper's assistant Gumeracha 1908 Memorial 151/459

NORSWORTHY, FL JP gardener Balhannah 1931 Memorial 29/507

NORSWORTHY, Francis farmer Gumeracha 1898 Application 23643

No 1

NORSWORTHY, Frank Thomas wheelwright and Harry Wright Thomas blacksmith both of Gumeracha 1893 Memorial 54/417

NORSWORTHY, Frank Thomas formerly blacksmith Gumeracha but now market gardener Marden 1906 Memorial 164/455

NORSWORTHY, Frank Thomas formerly market gardener Marden but now limeworks manager Stansbury 1913 Memorial 172/469

NORSWORTHY, Frank Thomas limeworks manager Stansbury 1920 Memorial 28/480

NORSWORTHY, George William storekeeper Gumeracha 1909 Memorial 208/461

NORSWORTHY, Harry Wright District Council Clerk Gumeracha 1911 Application 26043

NORTH, Benjamin dealer Kensington 1883[-1901]. Kensington Primitive Methodist Chapel trustee 1883 Memorial 35/354

No 1 - probably the same person

NORTH, George farmer Little Swamp Hundred of Lincoln land grant 1877 Grant Book 21 Page 57 County Flinders

NORTH, George farmer Bramfield linked with Hero Clair North no description 1884 Memorial 113/362

NORTH, George sheepfarmer Bramfield Bramfield (Hundred of Ward) township allotment land grant 1885 Grant Book 48 Page 5 County Musgrave

NORTH, George farmer Hundred of Ward 1887[-1890] Memorial 205/384

No 1

NORTH, Henry gentleman Norwood 1854[-1855] Memorial 85/73

NORTH, Henry splitter Norwood linked with John Robert North gentleman Adelaide 1854 Memorial 358/84

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

NORTH, Henry farmer Bald Hills, Inman Valley 1855 Memorial 7/97

NORTH, Henry and John farmers Inman Valley 1856 Memorial 95/101

No 3

NORTH, Henry assistant assayer Wallaroo. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1873 Grant Book 14 Page 80 County Daly

NORTH, Henry assayer Wallaroo. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1874 Grant Book 14 Page 85 County Daly

NORTH, Hero Clair farmer Fairview Farm Hundred of Way 1884 Memorial 163/359

No 1

NORTH, James miner Bowden 1865 Memorial 238/208

NORTH, James labourer Bowden, died c1905. Father of Sarah HYMAN widow Edwardstown Memorial 187/455

No 1

NORTH, John Robert gentleman Adelaide 1852 Memorial 470/41

NORTH, John Robert gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now of parts beyond the seas 1854 Memorial 403/84

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

NORTH, John Robert gentleman Adelaide 1858 Memorial 79/140

NORTH, John Robert gentleman Norwood 1860 Memorial 251/161

NORTH, John Robert gentleman Pt Wallaroo 1871 Memorial 245/252

No 1 - probably the same person

NORTH, Joseph labourer Adelaide 1853 Memorial 478/59

NORTH, Joseph labourer The Sturt 1856[-1861] Memorial 63/113

NORTH, Joseph labourer The Sturt, died 27/2/1870 at his room in the Forest Inn at 6am. He had been found 'in a comatoze state' the previous day and taken to the Forest Inn RPA Transfer 596550

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

NORTH, Joseph domestic servant residing with Friedrich BEYER surgeon The Sturt 1856 Memorial 70/253

NORTH, Seth carpenter Kingston S-E Hundred of Bowaka land grant 1886 Grant Book 51 Page 52 County Robe

NORTHCOTE, Charles, John and Thomas farmers Cygnet River Kangaroo Island. Hundred of Menzies land grant 1885 Grant Book 11 Page 60 County Carnarvon

NORTHCOTE, Charles William labourer Queenscliffe Kangaroo Island. Hundred of Menzies land grant 1905 Grant Book 11 Page 61 County Carnarvon

NORTHCOTE, Edward shipping manager formerly of East Adelaide but now of Melbourne Vic and Mary Georgina Howard Northcote his wife 1903 Memorial 144/527

NORTHCOTE, Edward Bridges and James Thomas Northcote farmers Tintinara. Tintinara (Hundred of Coombe) township allotment land grant 1907 Grant Book 10 Page 101 County Cardwell

NORTHCOTE, George Alfred farmer Cygnet River Kangaroo Island. Hundred of Menzies land grant 1897 Grant Book 11 Page 60 County Carnarvon

No 1 - perhaps the same person

NORTHCOTE, John miner near Moonta 1867 Memorial 159/218

NORTHCOTE, John farmer Orroroo, died c1904. Beneficiaries - William Henry Northcote, James Thomas Northcote, Edward Bridges Northcote, Charles Perryman Northcote, Ernest Bovey Northcote all of Orroroo Grant Book 13 Page 228 County Dalhousie

NORTHCOTE, Thomas sheep farmer Kangaroo Island 1882 Memorial 101/337

NORTHCOTT, Aaron farmer Kadina. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1886 Grant Book 14 Page 90 County Daly

No 1 - perhaps the same person

NORTHCOTT, Charles William farmer Hundred of Menzies Co Carnarvon 1883 Memorial 212/387

NORTHCOTT, Charles W of Middle River Kangaroo Island 1888

No 1

NORTHCOTT, John brickmaker North Woodside 1857[-1882] Memorial 173/125, Application 19286

NORTHCOTT, John formerly brickmaker North Woodside but now farmer Orroroo 1884 Application 20260

NORTHEAST, Harold Ernest Vernon bank manager Peterboroug Co Dalhousie. Hundred of Pinnaroo land grant 1935 Grant Book 12 Page 58 County Chandos

NORTHEN, Ernst shepherd Benara Hundred of Mt Muirhead land grant 1878 Grant Book 31 Page 194 County Grey

No 1

NORTHEY, James of North Kapunda Co Light 1851[-1852] Memorials 414/29, 323b/45

NORTHEY, James farmer Light River 1860 Memorial 189/162

NORTHEY, James farmer Lower Light Special Survey 1861[-1862] Memorial 80/176

NORTHEY, James farmer Dirty Light 1862 Memorial 278/182

No 1

NORTHEY, James gardener Richmond 1911. Hundred of Adelaide land grant Grant Book 2 Page 20 County Adelaide

NORTHEY, Robert public school teacher Kersbrook 1906 Memorial 156/454

No 1

NORTHEY, William of Cunliffe 1892[-1902] Memorial 239/413

NORTHEY, William farmer Cunliffe Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1901 Grant Book 14 Page 425 County Daly

NORTHEY, William farmer Moonta Mines. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1907 Grant Book 14 Page 253 County Daly

NORTHMORE, George shoemaker Morphett Vale 1854 Memorial 257/67

NORTHMORE, JA solicitor Pt Pirie 1891 Memorial 71/409

No 1 - perhaps the same person

NORTHMORE, John Alfred draper Adelaide (Rundle St) 1860 Memorial 291/166

NORTHMORE, John Alfred hotelkeeper Sir John Franklin Hotel Kapunda 1881[-1882] Memorial 185/328

No 1

NORTHOVER, John butcher Adelaide (Gilles St) 1877[-1878] Memorial 62/307

No 2 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

NORTHOVER, John coachsmith Thebarton and Elizabeth Northover his wife 1892 Memorial 88/415

NORTHOVER, Elizabeth widow Thebarton 1887 Application 21284

NORTHOVER, Elizabeth widow Maria St, Thebarton, died 11/8/1913. She had at least two children - Elizabeth DONNELLY wife of William T Donnelly of Maria St, Thebarton, and John Northover marble worker Thebarton (He could not write). Albert Northover of Maria St, Thebarton also likely to be a son 1927 Application 27548

NORTHOVER, Elizabeth of Maria St, Thebarton, died 11/8/1913. Mother of Albert and John Northover labourers Thebarton. Executor; William Thomas DONNELLY biscuit baker Maria St, Thebarton Memorial 168/470

NORTHOVER, John labourer Thebarton, died 16/10/1930. Albert Northover labourer Thebarton, died 18/3/1938. Brothers of Elizabeth DONNELLY married woman Thebarton Memorials 42 & 43/512

No 1

NORTHOVER, John George of Adelaide 1854 Memorial 104/78

NORTHOVER, John George wheelwright Adelaide 1857 Memorial 52/124

NORTHOVER, William blacksmith Thebarton 1863 Memorial 26/191

NORTHRIDGE, Henry teamster Spalding 1891 Memorial 51/425

NORTHRIDGE, John butcher Mt Pleasant 1910 Memorial 104/463

NORTHRIDGE, Thomas Henry farm assistant Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of Peake land grant 1914 Grant Book 6 Page 55 County Buccleuch

NORTHWAY, Henry wheelwright Kapunda 1876 Memorial 141/296

No 1 - possibly the same person

NORTHWAY, Richard blacksmith Mt Barker 1852[-1854] Memorial 326/44

NORTHWAY, Richard blacksmith Adelaide 1855[-1857] Memorial 130/84 Member of the Atlas Land, Building and Investment Society 1857 Memorial 67/125

No 1 - likely to be the same person

NORTHWAY, Richard Henry blacksmith Kapunda 1873 Memorial 242/264

NORTHWAY, Richard Henry wheelwright Kapunda 1878 Memorial 167/311

No 1

NORTHWAY, William miner Strathalbyn 1851 Memorial 60/36

NORTHWAY, William [formerly miner Strathalbyn but now] labourer Norwood 1852[-1860] Memorial 192/42

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

NORTON, Benjamin farmer St Marys South Road 1851 Memorial 225/30

NORTON, Benjamin farmer Upper Wakefield 1854 Memorial 332/74

NORTON, Benjamin farmer Leasingham 1859[-1886] Memorial 58/158

NORTON, Benjamin farmer formerly of Leasingham 1865 but now of Riverton 1871 Application 11521.

NORTON, Benjamin auctioneer Riverton 1880 Memorial 103/325

NORTON, Benjamin agent Adelaide 1902, formerly agent Riverton under the stye of B Norton Junr & Co Application 24438.

No 1

NORTON, Benjamin Dawson baker South Road 1854 Memorial 214/78

NORTON, Benjamin baker Edwardstown 1858 Memorial 220/138

NORTON, Benjamin Dawson the Elder of Glenelg 1892 Memorial 58/437

NORTON, Benjamin Dawson gentleman Glenelg 1899 Application 23829

NORTON, Catherine spinster Willaston 1859 Memorial 88/160

NORTON, Charles William out of business Goolwa, aged 72 in 1960, declared he had spent his whole life in Goolwa Application 29380

No 1

NORTON, Frederick JP of Riverton 1892[-1894] Memorial 123/412

NORTON, Frederick butcher and baker Riverton 1907 Memorial 76/457

NORTON, Frederick retired 22 Rossington Ave, Glen Osmond 1940, declared that he was born at Leasingham on 3/4/1861, a son of Benjamin Dawson Norton of Watervale (who died 19/6/1900) and Lavinia FORWARD. Mrs Norton had one sister, Mrs Mary Ann CAREY nee Forward of Watervale. They were daughters of John and Elizabeth Forward of Watervale. Frederick Norton lived at Riverton between 1871-1911 Application 28256

NORTON, George wood carter Athelstone 1893 Application 22459

NORTON, Henry of Carrieton 1886 Memorial 108/377

No 1

NORTON, Jeremiah labourer Strathalbyn 1855[-1863] Memorial 37/83

NORTON, Jeremiah farmer near Strathalbyn 1863[-1868] Memorial 95/187

No 1

NORTON, John labourer Willunga 1854 Memorial 53/90

No 2

NORTON, John gentleman North Adelaide 1856 Memorial 141/111

No 3

NORTON, John farmer Brompton 1858 Memorial 285/138

No 4

NORTON, John farmer Kilkenny 1858[-1859] Memorial 320/140

NORTON, Elizabeth widow Kilkenny 1870 Memorial 138/244

No 5

NORTON, John farmer Strathalbyn 1858 Memorial 1/145

No 6

NORTON, John formerly of Pt Adelaide but then of Margaret St, North Adelaide, died c1866. He left his entire estate to his wife, Elizabeth Norton absolutely. If his wife should die in his lifetime, then his estate to go to his brother, Andrew Norton labourer Drewsteignton, Devon, England Memorial 54/210, Enrolment 88/46

No 7

NORTON, John labourer Currency Creek 1875 Application 14202

NORTON, John H RC Bishop of Pt Augusta 1913 Memorial 108/468

No 1

NORTON, Joseph farmer Cherry Gardens 1851[-1854] Memorial 212/34

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

NORTON, Joseph farmer of the Sturt 1853 Memorial 429/61

NORTON, Joseph farmer Valley of the Sturt River 1865 Memorial 320/207

NORTON, Joseph farmer formerly of West Mitcham but now of Clapham 1870 [] Likely the same address??Application 11071

NORTON, Joseph farmer West Mitcham 1870[-1884] Memorial 23/250

NORTON, Joseph of Mitcham, died 7/10/1898. Executors; Walter WINN of Cherry Gardens and George HOOKINGS farmer Tarlee Memorial 92/442

No 1

NORTON, Robert labourer Adelaide 1840. By 1851, he was a carrier at Grassy Flat Application 26399

NORTON, Robert carrier formerly of Adelaide, but now of Grassy Flat 1851 Memorial 230/30 gardener Grassy Flat Co Adelaie 1855 Memorial 398/85

NORTON, Robert farmer Section 1111 Hundred of Adelaide 1853[-1855] Memorial 252/53

NORTON, Robert farmer Section 1079 Hundred of Adelaide 1861 Memorial 197/173

NORTON, Robert farmer Willunga 1864 Memorial 298/199

No 2

NORTON, Robert labourer Athelstone 1885[-1902] Memorial 199/371

NORTON, Thomas labourer Currency Creek 1868 Memorial 223/232

NORUS, Antoni labourer Portland Estate 1877 Application 16344

No 1

NORVAL, William milkman Torrens Rd, Hindmarsh 1883 Application 19962

NORVAL, William milkman Brompton Park 1890 Application 21827

NORVILLE, John farmer Hundred of Reynolds. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1874 Grant Book 60 Page 112 County Victoria

NORVILLE, William farmer Kilkenny 1914 Application 26255

NOSKE, Carl Gotthilf farmer near Freeling 1909 Memorial 163/460

NOSKE, Christian and Friedrich farmers Lyndoch Valley 1855 Memorial 276/93

NOSKE, Heinrich Theodor farmer Kingscote Kangaroo Island. Hundred of Menzies land grant 1911 Grant Book 11 Page 67 County Carnarvon. NOSKE, Heinrich Theodor grazier 51 Marlborough St, Malvern Co Adelaide. Hundred of Menzies land grant 1946 Grant Book 11 Page 74 County Carnarvon

NOST, Henry currier Hindmarsh 1849[-1851] Memorial 200/19

NOSWORTHY, Ethel spinster Kensington 1929 Application 27782

NOSWORTHY, George farmer formerly of the Bald Hills near Yankalilla but now of Strathalbyn 1883 Memorial 147/381

No 1 - probably the same person

NOSWORTHY, George Drew farmer Encounter Bay 1860 Memorial 79/167

NOSWORTHY, George Drew sheep farmer Black Swamp near Currency Creek 1875 Application 14656

NOSWORTHY, George farmer Currency Creek Hundred of Nangkita land grant 1880 Grant Book 37 Page 13 County Hindmarsh

NOSWORTHY, George Drew farmer Currency Creek 1881 Memorial 231/333

NOSWORTHY, Harry Wright and Frank Thomas wheelwrights Gumeracha 1894 Application 22619

No 1

NOSWORTHY, Herbert George farmer Conmurra 1895 Memorial 82/425

NOSWORTHY, Herbert George grazier formerly of Reedy Creek but now of Cooke Plains 1912 Memorial 22/466

NOSWORTHY, Herbert George grazier formerly of Cooke Plains but now of Lucindale 1933 Memorial 121/506

No 1 - perhaps the same person

NOSWORTHY, John farmer Black Swamp Hundred of Nangkita land grant 1879[-1883] Grant Book 37 Page 14 County Hindmarsh

NOSWORTHY, John farmer Currency Creek 1884 Memorial 23/363

NOSWORTHY, John farmer Black Swamp near Currency Creek 1890[-1893] Memorial 231/404

NOSWORTHY, John farmer Queens Own Town and NOSWORTHY, George grazier Lucindale, both inherited £250 from the estate of their father, William Nosworthy the Elder farmer Yankalilla 1897 Application 23451

NOSWORTHY, John farmer Lameroo 1920 Application 26915

NOSWORTHY, John Dufty farmer Conmurra 1891[-1894] Memorial 5/410

NOSWORTHY, Oliver Stanley farmer Smithfield 1948[-1953] Memorial 1/523, Application 28912

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

NOSWORTHY, William farmer Mt Barker 1851 Memorial 88/38

NOSWORTHY, William farmer Yankalilla. Bible Christian Chapel Yankalilla foundation trustee 1856[-1858] Memorial 130/120

NOSWORTHY, William farmer Encounter Bay 1860 Memorial 79/167

NOSWORTHY, William farmer Inman Valley 1870 Application 10963.

NOSWORTHY, William farmer Bald Hills near Yankalilla, died 8/2/1872, of nervous apoplexy, aged 61 Application 18343

NOSWORTHY, William the Younger farmer Bald Hills near Yankalilla 1883 Memorial 147/381

No 1 - perhaps a mixture of the Elder and the Younger or perhaps the same person

NOSWORTHY, William George the Younger farmer Encounter Bay 1860 Memorial 79/167

NOSWORTHY, William George farmer Bald Hills near Yankalilla 1878 Memorial 141/326

NOTT, Charles S clerk to J RUDALL solicitor Gawler 1879 Memorial 240/319

NOTT, Ebenezer of Kingston, died c1868. He left his entire estate to his wife, Annie Nott, and then to any child born of the marriage Memorial 111/231

No 1

NOTT, George surgeon Gawler 1854 Memorial 86/73

NOTT, George surgeon Gawler, died 9/12/1872 intestate. Husband of Sarah Nott Memorial 207/293

NOTT, Harry Carew medical practitioner St Georges, power of attorney to Albert Edward NOTT company manager St Georges, to manage his SA business affairs 31/8/1914 Deposit 62/1919

NOTT, James carpenter Norwood 1855 Memorial 241/90

No 1

NOTT, John flour dealer Kensington 1849 Memorial 348/15

NOTT, John flour dealer and baker Kensington 1853 Memorial 275/60

No 2 - likely to be a continuation of No 1

NOTT, John clerk and storekeeper Stepney 1853 Memorial 415/52

No 1

NOTT, Joseph farmer Reedbeds 1842 Memorial 254/2

No 2

NOTT, Joseph farmer The Finniss 1867 Memorial 45/225

No 1

NOTT, Thomas Freeman surveyor Mt Remarkable 1855 Memorial 307/80

NOTT, Thomas F civil engineer Mt Remarkable 1856 Memorial 182/111

NOTT, Thomas Freeman surveyor New Melrose 1857 Memorial 21/129

NOTT, Thomas Freeman surveyor Melrose Mt Remarkable 1859 Application 27547

NOTT, Thomas Freeman auctioneer Melrose 1861 Memorial 313/179

NOTT, Thomas Freeman civil engineer and land surveyor Melrose 1862 Application 3553

NOTT, Thomas Freeman of Melrose 1865 Memorial 80/207

NOTT, Thomas Freeman civil engineer and land surveyor New Melrose, Co Frome 1864 Application 4919

NOTT, Thomas F surveyor New Melrose Hundred of Wongyarra Co Frome 1865 Memorial 22/234

NOTT, William mail contractor Truro 1858 Memorial 182/141

NOTT, William Freeman of Adelaide 1887 Memorial 120/387

NOTTAGE, Annie Mary Catherine 33 spinster Walkerville (Father: JM Nottage) married Robert HILL 30 bachelor merchant Adelaide (Father: John Diston Hill) on 16/12/1890 St Peter's College Chapel. Minister: James C HAYNES. Witnesses: James WELLS hotel manager Gresham Hotel, Adelaide and Annie Florence Nottage of Gilberton Application 22591

No 1 - probably the same person

NOTTAGE, Charles farmer Dashwood Gully 1859 Memorial 8/159

NOTTAGE, Charles farmer Meadows 1866 Memorial 202/211

NOTTAGE, Charles clerk to the District Council of Kondoparinga 1903, declared that he had lived in The Meadows for over 44 years and had been Clerk to the Council for 38 years Application 24578

NOTTAGE, Edgar bookkeeper Pt Adelaide and Emma Nottage his wife 1893 Application 22566

NOTTAGE, Eleanor married woman Walkerville 1893 Application 22591

NOTTAGE, Frederick second clerk to John CHERRY SA official assignee Adelaide 1872 Memorial 64/263

No 1 - likely to be the same person

NOTTAGE, James storekeeper Prospect 1881 Application 18840

NOTTAGE, James District Clerk Gilberton 1889 Application 21725

NOTTAGE, James agent Walkerville 1893 Application 22561

No 1

NOTTAGE, James Maskall storekeeper Walkerville 1851 Memorial 170/30

NOTTAGE, James Maskall publican Walkerville 1864 Memorial 331/194

NOTTAGE, James Maskall licensed victualler Walkerville, died 1878. Estate worth £665 Memorial 113/313

NOTTAGE, Betsy widow of the late James Maskall Nottage publican Walkerville, died 12/2/1893 Frederick St, Gilberton, of heart disease, cirrhosis of the liver, adema of the lungs and ascites, aged 76 Application 22591

No 1

NOTTAGE, John licensed victualler North Adelaide (Melbourne St) 1880 Memorial 96/326

NOTTAGE, John licensed victualler Adelaide 1883 Memorial 199/354

NOTTAGE, John formerly licensed victualler but now out of business Walkerville linked with James Nottage clerk Gilberton 1888 Memorial 210/393

NOTTAGE, John formerly of Melbourne St North Adelaide but now of The Semaphore 1907 Memorial 162/456

NOTTAGE, Lindsay Bywater out of business Pier St, Glenelg 1957 Memorial 155/531

No 1 - likely to be the same person

NOTTAGE, Thomas farmer Clarendon 1854 Memorial 126/65

NOTTAGE, Thomas the Elder farmer Meadows 1876 Application 15006

NOTTAGE, Thomas Hardy vine grower McLaren Vale 1930, declared that he had been born on 23/7/1868 Application 27793

NOTTAGE, Walter Guy farmer McLaren Vale 1919 Application 26819

NOTTAGE, William farmer The Meadows. Meadows Wesleyan Methodist Chapel (Section 3490 Hundred of Kuitpo) new Trustee 1897 Application 23395

No 1

NOTTLE, Albert Edward labourer Gawler Blocks 1941 Memorial 55/518

NOTTLE, Albert Edward out of business Gawler 1954 Memorial 37/529

No 1

NOTTLE, Charles farmer Hundred of Coglin 1887 Memorial 212/382

NOTTLE, Charles farmer Dawson Dawson (Hundred of Coglin) township allotment land grant 1890 Grant Book 34 Page 5 County Herbert

No 1

NOTTLE, David labourer Bowden 1851 Memorial 201/30

NOTTLE, David and Thomas farmers near Riverton 1864 Application 5441

No 3

NOTTLE, David, Richard and Silas farmers Lochiel 1899 Memorial 14/438

NOTTLE, David Austin farmer near Snowtown. Snowtown District Hospital trustee 1926 Memorial 181/494

NOTTLE, George farmer Gawler River 1885 Linked with Jane Nottle widow Willunga Application 20531

No 1

NOTTLE, Isaac mason Bowden 1851[-1855] Memorial 200/30

NOTTLE, Isaac mason Macaw Creek 1863[-1867] Memorial 123/188

NOTTLE, Isaac mason Blyth Plains 1871 Memorial 189/257

NOTTLE, Isaac farmer Blyth Plains Hundred of Blyth land grant 1880 Grant Book 56 Page 363 County Stanley

No 1

NOTTLE, Joseph carpenter Alberton 1854[-1858] Memorial 461/73

NOTTLE, Joseph builder Alberton Co Adelaide. Kadina (Hundred of Kadina) township allotment land grant 1861 Grant Book 14 Page 24 County Daly

NOTTLE, Joseph builder Kadina. Wallaroo (Hundred of Wallaroo) township allotment land grant 1863 Grant Book 14 Page 115 County Daly

NOTTLE, Joseph carpenter [formerly of Alberton but now of] Wallaroo 1867 Memorial 147/223

NOTTLE, Joseph builder [formerly of Alberton but then of] Kadina 1861 Grant Book 14 Page 50 County Daly

NOTTLE, Joseph builder Taylor St, Kadina. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1871[-1876] Grant Book 14 Page 77 County Daly

NOTTLE, Joseph carpenter Kadina. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1872 Grant Book 14 Page 79 County Daly

NOTTLE, Joseph butcher Kadina. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1872 Grant Book 14 Page 74 County Daly

NOTTLE, Joseph formerly carpenter Wallaroo 1867 but now builder Kadina 1874 Application 13742

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

NOTTLE, Richard yeoman formerly of Bowden but now of Kilkenny 1850 Memorial 11/27

NOTTLE, Richard yeoman Kilkenny 1855 Memorial 291/84

NOTTLE, Richard farmer Gawler Plains 1855 Linked with Isaac Nottle stonemason Brompton Memorial 27/86

NOTTLE, Richard farmer formerly of Kilkenny but now of the Gawler Plains 1863 Application 4138

NOTTLE, Richard the Younger farmer near Riverton 1865 Application 6602

NOTTLE, Richard farmer Lochiel Hundred of Cameron land grant 1883[-1887] Grant Book 14 Page 444 County Daly

NOTTLE, Samuel farmer near Gawler 1885 Application 20749

No 1

NOTTLE, William farmer Reedbeds 1850 Memorial 333/19

NOTTLE, William farmer Gawler River 1860[-1869] Memorial 75/163

NOTTLE, William farmer Gawler Plains 1861[-1875] Memorial 332/173

NOTTLE, William farmer Willunga 1881 Memorial 227/334

No 2

NOTTLE, William farmer Riverton Hundred of Dalkey land grant 1868 Grant Book 26 Page 229 County Gawler

No 1

NOTTLE, William Henry farmer Kooringa. Hundred of Hallett land grant 1875 Grant Book 8 Page 93 County Burra

NOTTLE, William Henry farmer near Kooringa Co Burra. Hundred of Appila land grant 1884 Grant Book 24 Page 511 County Frome

NOTTLE, William Henry farmer near Kooringa Co Burra. Hundred of Booleroo land grant 1882 Grant Book 24 Page 623 County Frome

NOTTLE, William Henry farmer Booleroo Centre. Hundred of Booleroo land grant 1893 Grant Book 24 Page 630 County Frome

No 2 – perhaps a continuation of No 1

NOTTLE, William Henry linked with Sections 44, 46 Hundred of Yednalue Co Granville 1887 Memorial 6/383s

No 1 – perhaps a mixture of the Elder and the Younger

NOURSE, Richard builder Gawler 1851 Memorial 490/37

NOURSE, Richard farmer One Tree Hill 1855 Memorial 248/84

NOURSE, Richard publican One Tree Hill 1855[-1856] Memorial 138/93

NOURSE, Richard farmer Black Springs 1871 Memorial 176/255

NOURSE, Richard the Younger farmer Belalie. Hundred of Whyte land grant 1877 Grant Book 60 Page 51 County Victoria

NOURSE, Richard the Elder farmer Hundred of Yongala. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1879 Grant Book 13 Page 193 County Dalhousie

NOURSE, Richard the Elder farmer Yongala 1883 Memorial 219/349

NOURSE, Richard carpenter Yarcowie. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1881 Grant Book 13 Page 198 County Dalhousie

No 1

NOURSE, Richard James labourer Copperhouse and Kooringa 1892 Memorial 125/414

NOURSE, Richard James labourer formerly of Copperhouse near Kooringa but now of Aberdeen near Kooringa 1938 Memorial 132/512

NOURSE, Elizabeth Ann married woman formerly of Kooringa but now of Aberdeen near Kooringa 1929 Memorial 149/502

NOURSE, Elizabeth Ann married woman formerly of Kooringa but now of North Burra (formerly Aberdeen) 1942 Memorial 67/516

NOVELL, William the Elder yeoman Skillogolee Creek 1855 Memorial 433/86

No 1

NOVELLI, Lewis William Esquire Hyde Park Square, London, Middlesex,

England 1876 Memorial 204/287

NOVELLI, Lewis William Esquire Hyde Park, London, Middlesex, England, power of attorney to Frederic AYERS solicitor Adelaide, to manage his SA business interests 5/11/1875. By 7/4/1897, when he appointed Frank Richman AYERS and Thomas Berry GALL solicitors Waymouth St, Adelaide, as his attorneys in SA, WA, Vic and NSW, he was living at The Oxford and Cambridge Club, Pall Mall, London SW, Middlesex, England Deposits 160/1876, 58/1907

No 1

NOVICE, William farmer Booborowie Hundred of Ayers land grant 1877 Grant Book 56 Page 194 County Stanley

NOVICE, William farmer Hill Farm Booborowie Hundred of Kondoparinga land grant 1878 Grant Book 36 Page 279 County Hindmarsh

NOVICE, William farmer Kondoparinga 1878 Memorial 207/306

No 1

NOVIS, Josiah tinsmith Thebarton 1852[-1853] Memorial 311/43

NOVIS, Josiah ironworker Hindmarsh 1856 Memorial 476/94

NOVIS, Josiah metal worker Hindmarsh 1868 Memorial 162/230

NOVIS, Josiah tinsmith The Semaphore 1884 Application 20389

NOWACK, Gottfried farmer Light Pass 1853 Memorial 18/65

No 1

NOWACK, Gottlieb farmer near Riverton 1879 Memorial 6/316

NOWACK, Gottlieb farmer near Riverton 1889 Application 21632

NOWLAN, Michael stone mason Pt Adelaide 1854 Memorial 243/75

NOWEL, Philip William labourer Tarpeena Hundred of Mingbool land grant 1899 Grant Book 31 Page 124 County Grey

NOWLAND, James timber merchant Adelaide (Currie St) 1851 Memorial 61/34

No 1

NOWLAND, John tailor Adelaide (Pt TA 109 King William St) 1844 Memorial 411/12

NOWLAND, John tailor formerly of King William St Adelaide but now of Mt Barker 1848 Memorial 411/12

NOWLAND, John tailor formerly of Adelaide but now of Melbourne Vic 1852 Memorial 9/43

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1; are 1 & 2 a mixture of the Elder and the Younger

NOWLAND, John tailor Findon 1849[-1857] Memorial 96/17

NOWLAND, John tailor Adelaide 1859 Memorial 107/203

NOWLAND, John mercer Adelaide 1859 Memorial 254/148

NOWLAND, John tailor Adelaide (Gouger St) 1875 Memorial 228/284

NOWLAND, Peter of Penfield 1876 Memorial 125/294

No 1 – probably mixture of the Elder and the Younger

NOYCE, George farmer Gawler River 1864 Memorial 149/197

NOYCE, George farmer Gawler River 1867 Application 8261

NOYCE, George farmer Redhill trustee unnamed Chapel and School 1880 Grant Book 14 Page 376 County Daly

NOYCE, George farmer Gawler River Hundred of Redhill land grant 1883 Grant Book 14 Page 379 County Daly

NOYCE, George farmer Redhill. Hundred of Redhill land grant 1892 Grant Book 14 Page 379 County Daly

NOYCE, George the Younger farmer Clement Gap trustee Institute Clements Gap 1899 Grant Book 14 Page 270 County Daly

NOYE, John bacon curer Woodside 1920[-1924] Memorial 104/480

No 1 - likely to be the same person

NOYE, Thomas teacher Willunga 1881 Memorial 228/335

NOYE, Thomas teacher Sandergrove 1882 Memorial 37/340

No 1

NOYE, William farmer Strathalbyn 1853 Memorial 18/57

NOYE, William land surveyor Strathalbyn 1856[-1857] Memorial 96/104

NOYE, William farmer and District Clerk Rose Vale near Strathalbyn 1858 Memorial 247/136

NOYE, William auctioneer Strathalbyn 1864 Memorial 71/193

NOYE, W surveyor Strathalbyn, wrote to SR Bosisto 13/4/1865: ‘I have been a surveyor in this place for some 16 years, and have made a great many surveys, both in the township and the District, and never had any of my surveys disputed. The whole of the allotments in the township adjoining the reserve, including those above named, are, without exception, rather over the measurement, that is, more than an acre each, but I believe them to be according to the original survey …’ in reply to a query about Lot 59 Application 6157

NOYES, AT bank clerk Adelaide 1885 Memorial 65/367

NOYES, Cyril Henry storeman Phillis St, Holmsdale 1920 Application 26860

NUCHEY, Edward Alexander James railway employee West Thebarton son of Eliza Ann COX married woman Seaton Park formerly Eliza Ann Nuchey widow . WJ Cox fruiterer Seaton :Park mentioned 1917 Memorial 45/476

NUGENT, FR of Adelaide 1864 Memorial 8/194

No 1

NUGENT, John labourer 1859 then shepherd Melrose 1867 married Mary formerly TELFORD nee MCORMIC (Father: John McCormic). Their son Robert Nugent was born on 29/5/1859. John Nugent shepherd Bartagunya, died January 1867 about three quarters of a mile from Melrose, of an accidental fall from his horse, aged 41. Mary Nugent 38 widow Melrose remarried to James RYAN 29 bachelor labourer Melrose (Father; Michael Ryan) on 19/8/1870 at Melrose. Minister: John E PALLHUBER. Witnesses: Robert and Elisa Nugent. Neither the bride, the bridegroom nor the witnesses could write Application 27547

No 2

NUGENT, John farmer Yanyarrie 1890 Memorial 36/401

No 1

NUGENT, JR/TR/TB clerk to Messrs GREEN & WADHAM land agents Adelaide 1861[-1866] Memorial 62/172

NUGENT, TB of Adelaide 1864 Memorial 282/195

NUGENT, TR of Adelaide 1866[-1868] Memorial 249/210

NUGENT, Thomas farmer Greens Plains. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1875 Grant Book 14 Page 229 County Daly

NULL, William Harris of Hindmarsh 1853 Memorial 167/48

NULTY, John farmer South Armagh 1873 Memorial 213/265

NUN, Edward carrier Mt Eyre. Mt Eyre (Hundred of Warrakimbo) township allotment land grant 1863 Grant Book 66 Page 124 County Blachford

No 1

NUNAN, Jeremiah farmer Templers North Road 1853[-1869] Memorial 308/58

NUNAN, Jeremiah farmer Hundred of Mudla Wirra 1862 Application 3209

NUNAN, Jeremiah farmer Templers Co Light. Hundred of Reynolds land grant 1879 Grant Book 60 Page 32 County Victoria

NUNAN, John Johns farmer Napperby 1887[-1893] Memorial 160/383

No 1

NUNN, Edward farmer Hundred of Light 1851[-1859] Memorial 200/39

NUNN, Edward farmer North Road 1866 Memorial 28/218

NUNN, Edward farmer near Pt Augusta 1866 Memorial 172/215

NURROWAY, Thomas of Fullarton 1862 Memorial 3/233

NURSE, Benjamin Barber drover Norwood 1878 Application 16997

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

NURSE, Edmund and Robert Barber Nurse gentlemen Adelaide 1850 Memorial 491/20

NURSE, Edmund gentleman Kensington 1850 Memorial 156/27

NURSE, Edmund farmer Section 307 Survey B 1851 Memorial 162/34.

NURSE, Edmund farmer Payneham 1851[-1857] Memorial 116/29

NURSE, Edmund farmer of the Torrens 1857 Norwood Primitive Methodist Chapel trustee Memorial 179/120

NURSE, Edmund Member East Torrens Equitable Building & Investment Society 1858 Application 22543

NURSE, Elizabeth Platten widow Norwood, died 15/7/1878 of senile decay, aged 77. Grandmother of Annie ABRAHAM Application 16998

NURSE, Edmund the Younger farmer Payneham and Elizabeth Barber ABRAHAM wife of Isaac Abraham stockkeeper Norwood 1878, children of the late Edmund Nurse the Elder of Norwood and Elizabeth Platten Nurse his wife Application 16565

NURSE, Edmund dairyman Magill 1881 Application 18922

No 1 - perhaps Edmund Nurse the Younger

NURSE, Edmund James farmer Magill 1878 Application 16998

NURSE, Edmund James farmer Magill 1878 Application 16997

NURSE, Edward gentleman formerly of Adelaide 1850 but then of Norwood, died 1873. Edmund Nurse farmer Magill was the surviving trustee under the will Application 12708

NURSE, Edward James farmer Woodforde 1861 Application 2194

NURSE, Elizabeth spinster Norwood 1878 Application 16997.

No 1

NURSE, James and Robert the Younger cattle dealers Payneham 1858 Memorial 45/144

NURSE, James farmer Glynde, died 15/1/1868, of bronchio pneumonia, aged 36 Application 16998

No 1

NURSE, John farmer Norwood 1851[-1853] Memorial 342/34

NURSE, John of Norwood, died c1853. He left his real estate in trust for life to his wife, Rosamond Nurse, then in varying bequests absolutely in remainder expectant to various of his and his wife's relatives, including his kinswoman Sarah Nurse and his brother, Edmund Nurse Memorial 161/121

NURSE, Rosamond widow, relict of the late John Nurse farmer Kensington 1862 Application 3558

NURSE, John Platten farmer Payneham, died 16/3/1858, consumption, aged 27 Application 16998

No 1

NURSE, John Robert blacksmith a man of the age of 20 years or thereabouts 1878 Application 16997

NURSE, John Robert wheelwright Magill 1899, a relative of the late Robert Nurse gentleman Norwood Application 23776

NURSE, Mary Ann spinster Norwood a minor of the age of 15 years or thereabouts 1878 Application 16997

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

NURSE, Robert millwright Norwood 1851 Memorial 276/29

NURSE, Robert builder Norwood 1853[-1855] Memorial 410/47

NURSE, Robert gentleman Norwood 1872 Application 12113

NURSE, Robert gentleman Norwood 1876 Memorial 127/294

NURSE, Robert died c1883. His real estate in trust for life, to his widow, Sarah Nurse, then to their daughter, Mary Ann ROBINSON wife of Arthur Henry Robinson letter carrier Norwood, in remainder expectant 1897 Applications 23404 and 23776

NURSE, Robert publican Parkside Hotel 1896 Application 23255

NURSE, Sarah widow of Robert Nurse the Elder gentleman deceased Donegal St, Norwood, died 30/12/1897, of senile decay, aged 96. Her daughter, Mary Ann Nurse 24 married Arthur Henry ROBINSON 24 letter carrier Norwood (Father: Thomas Robinson) on 4/5/1887 Norwood Primitive Methodist Churh. Witnesses: Richard Robert RICH letter carrier Norwood and Harrriet Nurse of Norwood Application 23776

NURSE, Sarah widow of the late Robert Nurse the Younger butcher Norwood, died 17/8/1872, of melaena, aged 32 Application 16998

No 1

NURTON, Edward Harvey labourer Encounter Bay Newland (Hundred of Encounter Bay) township allotment land grant 1897 Grant Book 37 Page 336 County Hindmarsh

NURTON, EH labourer Victor Harbor 1917 Memorial 73/475

No 1

NURTON, James yeoman Encounter Bay 1845[-1875] Memorial 63/366

NURTON, James farmer Encounter Bay 1867 Application 8776

NURTON, James farmer Encounter Bay, became a bankrupt in 1875 Memorial 108/282

NURTON, James farmer Encounter Bay by 1844 became insolvent in 1875 Application 14445

NUSKE, Christian farmer Springton Hundred of Angas land grant 1880 Grant Book 58 Page 181 County Sturt

NUSKE, Friedrich Wilhelm farmer Punthari 1920[-1928] Memorial 81/481

No 1 – perhaps the same person

NUSKE, Johann Gottlieb farmer Lobethal 1854 Memorial 107/66

NUSKE, Gottlieb farmer Finniss Vale trustee unnamed School Hundred of Finniss Hundred of Finniss land grant 1891 Grant Book 58 Page 44 County Sturt

NUSKE/NOSKE, Samuel farmer Lobethal, died c 1872. His son, Johann Nuske, to inherit his whole estate upon the following conditions. He had to pay the other children - Juliane NAGEL, Gottlieb Noske and Gustav Nuske - £25 each. Johann Noske had to support his mother, Anna Rosine Nuske nee Nuske, during her lifetime 'permit her to keep a cow, takes in pasture free of charge, allows her to have for her use the small piece of land sown with clover … also the right to choose a cow for her property after the testator's death and in case disharmony should occur, it shall be lawful for his son to give annually to his mother, Anna Rosine, besides the cow together with free pasture, three bags of flour as well as a half a pig which must at least weigh 100 pounds' Memorial 235/264

NUTCHEY, Edward Alexander James railway employe West Thebarton son of Mrs Eliza Ann COX married woman Seaton Park (possibly wife of WJ Cox fruiterer Seaton Park) formerly Eliza Ann Nutchey widow 1917 Memorial 45/476

NUTCHEY, James shipwright Goolwa 1861[-1864] Memorial 112/178

NUTT, George farmer Virginia 1885 Application 20506

NUTT, George Lambert farmer Peachey Belt 1865 Application 5898

NUTT, Grace Ray married woman Orroroo 1914 Memorial 92/471

No 1

NUTT, Henry Graham musician Hindmarsh 1850 Memorial 221/26

NUTT, Henry Graham musician formerly of Brompton but now of Melbourne Vic 1855 Memorial 78/81, Application 17635

NUTT, Henry Graham musician Hindmarsh 1856 Memorial 257/97

No 1 - probably the same person

NUTT, John Thomas labourer Alberton 1849 Memorial 315/17

NUTT, John Thomas engineer Brompton 1853 Memorial 79/51

NUTT, John Thomas engineer Pt Adelaide 1859 Memorial 43/151

NUTT, John Thomas engineer Queenstown 1859 Memorial 1/172

NUTT, John Thomas engineer formerly of Hindmarsh

1856 but now of Melbourne Vic 1862 Application 3444

NUTT, John Thomas formerly Esquire Pt Adelaide 1861 but now engineer Melbourne Vic 1864 Application 5856

NUTT, Mrs of Stansbury Yorke Peninsula 1877. She had links with Stirling East Application 16046

No 1

NUTT, Rowland labourer Hindmarsh 1852 Memorial 329/44

NUTT, Rowland carpenter Hindmarsh 1853 Hundred of Bremer land grant Memorial 402/59 Formerly of Hindmarsh but now farmer Strathalbyn 1853[-1855] Memorial 457/59

NUTT, Rowland farmer Strathalbyn 1860 Application 1325

NUTT, Rowland carpenter New Hamburg 1863 Application 4436

NUTT, Rowland farmer Strathalbyn and Mary Nutt his wife 1873 Memorial 200/269

NUTT, Rowland farmer Strathalbyn, about to depart for the Northern Territory, power of attorney to his wife, Mary Nutt, to sell his leasehold property, farming equipment and household effects 12/6/1873 Deposit 253/1873

NUTT, Rowland storekeeper Yatina. Pekina (Hundred of Pekina) township allotment land grant 1874 Grant Book 13 Page 6 County Dalhousie

NUTT, Rowland publican Yatina. Orroroo (Hundred of Walloway) township allotment land grant 1876[-1878] Grant Book 13 Page 133 County Dalhousie

NUTT, Rowland publican Yatina and Mary Nutt his wife Co Dalhousie. Simmonston (Hundred of Kanyaka) township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 49 Page 146 County Newcastle

NUTT, Rowland George of Yatina. Hundred of Black Rock Plain land grant 1880[-1883] Grant Book 13 Page 106 County Dalhousie

No 1

NUTT, William printer Adelaide 1853 Memorial 299/51

NUTT, Mr bookbinder Adelaide (Rundle St) 1868 Memorial 215/233

NUTT, William Harris carpenter Hindmarsh 1850 Memorial 156/24 Carpenter formerly of Hindmarsh but now of Pt Elliot 1853 Memorial 320/52

No 1

NUTTER, James labourer Frismore End near Kensington 1852 Memorial 18/40

NUTTER, James yeoman Norwood 1852 Memorial 372/41

NUTTER, James labourer The Parade, Norwood 1886 Application 21118

NUTTER, James labourer The Parade Norwood, died 12/1/1901. [He had bought lot 7 Norwood in the Parade from property developer Thomas PUGH in 1852 for £15] Estate worth £640. Sole executor Richard Theodor BANSEMER butcher The Parade, Norwood, to sell his entire estate and give out bequests to the following persons - granddaughters Elsie GAGAN, Florrie Gagan and Minnie Gagan daughters of Philip Gagan butcher Glanville; daughter-in-law Sarah Nutter widow Coke St, Norwood, daughter Emma STEPHENS widow Margaret St, North Adelaide; daughter Louisa SKINNER widow Margaret St, North Adelaide; son Albert Nutter tram driver Ann St, Stepney; daughter Selina RIDDLE wife of John Riddle mason South Melbourne Vic. Application 24371

NUTTER, James labourer The Parade, Norwood, died 12/1/1901. Estate worth £640. Executor; Richard Theodore BANSEMER butcher The Parade, Norwood Memorial 34/445

No 1

NYKIEL, Jacob farmer Hill River 1865 Application 6387

NYKIEL, Jacob farmer near Mintaro [wrongly spelt Nykall on the land transfer] 1866 Application 8693

NYKIEL, Jacob farmer Mintaro 1866 Memorial 30/213

No 1

NYKIEL, John farmer Hill River 1864 Application 5306

NYKIEL, John farmer Mintaro 1867 Memorial 30/213

NYKIEL, John farmer formerly of Mintaro 1866 but now of Sevenhill 1867 Application 8258

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

NYKIEL, John farmer near Sevenhill 1879[-1883] Memorial 212/315

NYKIEL, John farmer Hill River 1885 Memorial 204/367