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The following information was extracted basically 'as is' from Reg's unpublished computer working files as at c2014.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

OAKDEN, John gentleman Adelaide 1850 Memorial 195/170

No 1

OAKES, Henry bank manager Narracoorte 1877[-1881] Memorial 33/303

OAKES, Henry bank manager Commercial Bank of SA Narracoorte branch 1883 Memorial 236/354

OAKES, Henry agent Norwood and Elizabeth Mary Oakes his wife 1896 Memorial 120/429

No 1

OAKES, John labourer Hindmarsh 1849[-1855] Memorial 346/14

OAKES, John farmer Sandergrove near Strathalbyn 1861 Application 2252

OAKES, John labourer Strathalbyn 1881 Application 18723

No 1

OAKEY, George the Younger farmer near Auburn 1873 Memorial 201/266

No 2

OAKEY, George labourer Gawler South 1904 Application 24815

OAKEY, Hurtle blacksmith 6 Martlesham Crescent, Colonel Light Gardens West. Edwardstown East Workmen's Hall Inc trustee 1929 Memorial 33/502

OAKEY, John baker Brighton 1863 Memorial 84/194

OAKEY, Samuel out of business Clarence Park 1924 Memorial 27/491

OAKFORD, Thomas teacher Penwortham 1870 Memorial 204/246

OAKFORD, Thomas gentleman Norwood 1874[-1876] Memorial 25/272

OAKLEY, Alfred farmer Maitland 1926 Application 27508

OAKLEY, Archibald Reuben and Edith Adeline Oakley farmers Prospect Hill linked with David Andrew Oakley farmer formerly of near Prospect Hill but now of Karoonda 1934 Memorial 105/507

OAKLEY, AW manager Mt Mulga Pty Co Ltd No Liability of Olary and Melbourne Vic 1893 Memorial 66/416

OAKLEY, Catherine spinster near Milang 1880 Memorial 58/328

OAKLEY, David Andrew farmer near Prospect Hill; son of Elizabeth Oakley widow near Prospect Hill 1916 Memorial 191/474

OAKLEY, Eliza widow formerly of Kangarilla but then of Franklin St, Adelaide, died 4/5/1886. Mother of Lucy Charlotte Oakley, Mary Ann Oakley, Margaret Oakley and Caroline Matilda Oakley. Lucy Charlotte Oakley and Margaret Oakley spinsters, lived at Eyre Flat in 1887 Memorials 73 & 84/383

OAKLEY, Elizabeth widow near Prospect Hill, died 28/11/1939. Mother of Edith Adeline Oakley Memorial 47/514

OAKLEY, George formerly labourer Eyre Flat but now farmer Meadows 1939, linked with Douglas Leslie Oakley farmer Meadows Application 28211

OAKLEY, Henry farmer Kilkerran Hundred of Kilkerran land grant 1890 Grant Book 19 Page 171 County Fergusson

No 1

OAKLEY, James farmer Blackfellow Creek near Prospect Hill 1884[-1886] Memorial 27/363

OAKLEY, James and John farmers Prospect Hill 1893 Application 22506

OAKLEY, James farmer Prospect Hill. Hundred of Kuitpo land grant 1903 Grant Book 2 Page 99 County Adelaide

OAKLEY, James Albert farmer Sandergrove married Isabel Agnes MITCHELL of Point Sturt on 6/9/1902. The Oakleys apparently lived at Point Sturt by 1920 Memorial 125/480

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

OAKLEY, John farmer Ashbourne 1878 Memorial 103/312

OAKLEY, John farmer Ashbourne linked with Thomas Oakley the Elder farmer Lower Finniss 1879 Memorial 106/316

OAKLEY, John farmer Blackfellow Creek 1897 Application 23366

OAKLEY, John farmer McHarg Creek 1897 Application 23353

OAKLEY, John farmer Prospect Hill near Meadows 1897 Application 23366

OAKLEY, John farmer Ashbourne, died c1906. Husband of Annie Oakley. Father of Alfred and Archie Oakley farmers Ashbourne. By 1914, Mrs Annie Oakley had moved to Rose Park and Alfred Oakley was farming at Maitland. AH Oakley of Rose Park mentioned but not described Memorials 246/454, 100/470

OAKLEY, John farmer near Prospect Hill, died 15/6/1916. Husband of Elizabeth Oakley Memorial 124/474

No 1 - the Elder

OAKLEY, Josiah labourer Adelaide 1839 Application 14644

OAKLEY, Josiah publican Adelaide (Gilles St) 1840 Application 17581

OAKLEY, Josiah formerly labourer Adelaide 1839 but now farmer Kangarilla 1875 Application 14644

OAKLEY, Josiah the Younger farmer Eyre Flat near Morphett Vale 1851 Memorial 104/31

OAKLEY, Josiah the Elder farmer Eyre Flat, died 1860. By 1876, his son Josiah Oakley the Younger farmer lived at Blackfellow Creek. Another son, William Oakley farmer, lived at Wickham Hill Memorial 218/294

OAKLEY, Josiah the Elder later farmer Kangarilla married Sarah PAGE in 1832, in England. Only surviving child of this marriage was Susannah Elizabeth CURRIE wife of William Currie farmer Kangarilla. Sarah Oakley died July 1839. Sister to Mary PAGE, who died 14/3/1841 intestate and unmarried, aged 39. The women owned pt Lot 170, Richards St, Hindmarsh Application 10242

No 2 - the Younger

OAKLEY, Josiah farmer Noarlunga 1857[-1862] Memorial 73/124

OAKLEY, Josiah farmer McHarg Creek near Meadows linked with Thomas Oakley farmer Blackfellow Creek near Meadows 1876 Memorial 221/287

No 3 - the Third

OAKLEY, Josiah farmer Eyre Flat 1877, son of the late Samuel Oakley no description, and grandson of the late Josiah Oakley the Elder who died 27/7/1876 Memorial 13/300

OAKLEY, Josiah farmer near Kangarilla member; Kangarilla Wesleyan Methodist Church 1878 Application 16596

OAKLEY, Josiah formerly farmer Kangarilla but now teamster Second Valley 1919 Memorial 14/478

OAKLEY, Josiah retired farmer Knotts Hill linked with Percy Oakley farmer Kangarilla 1939 Memorial 26/514

OAKLEY, Josiah retired farmer Knotts Hill near Meadows 1941. Brother to Elizabeth Oakley who died 25/11/1937 and Louisa Oakley who died 17/12/1935. All children of William Oakley who died c1918 Memorial 128/518

OAKLEY, Percy farmer Knott's Hill near Kangarilla 1939, a neighbour to George Oakley formerly labourer Eyres Flat now farmer Meadows and Douglas Leslie Oakley farmer Meadows Application 28231

No 1 - the Elder

OAKLEY, Samuel farmer Section 874 Survey C 1854 Memorial 142/79

OAKLEY, Samuel the Elder labourer married Eliza TAYLOR on 25/6/1846 Holy Trinity Adelaide. witnesses Samuel and Lucinda Taylor. Samuel Oakley farmer Eyre Flat near Kangarilla, died 20/6/1866 intestate, of brain concussion, inflammation and effusion, aged 49. His widow, Eliza Oakley of Kangarilla, died 4/5/1886 Franklin St, Adelaide, of apoplexy, aged 67. Samuel Oakley the Younger farmer Eyre Flat, inherited his father’s estate, as heir at law 1878 Application 21149.

OAKLEY, Samuel farmer Kangarilla and Eliza Oakley his wife. Daughters - Lucy Charlotte Oakley spinster Dashwood Gully 1885, Mary Ann Oakley 26 married John COLLINS 26 farmer Kangarilla (Father: James Collins) on 4/7/1883 Kangarilla Wesleyan Chapel. Minister: William Andrew POTTS. Margaret Oakley 25 spinster married George WHITE 30 labourer Orroroo (Father: Phineas White) on 13/2/1887 Phineas White’s home Clarendon. Minister: W Benson MATHER. Witnesses: Joseph White (a minor) and Mary White of Clarendon. Caroline Matilda Oakley 24 spinster married Andrew DUNMILL 25 labourer Baker Gully (Father: James Paddick Dunmill) on 24/3/1887 Kangarilla Wesleyan Chapel. Minister: W Benson Mather. Witnesses: Elijah Dunmill labourer Baker Gully and Sarah Jane Dunmill of Baker Gully. By 1888, John Collins was a farmer at Kangarilla, George White farmed at Moochra, and Andrew Dunmill farmed at Gerang Gerang Vic Application 21536

No 2 - the Younger

OAKLEY, Samuel farmer Kangarilla. Hundred of Kuitpo land grant 1886 Grant Book 2 Page 94 County Adelaide

OAKLEY, Samuel farmer Eyre Flat 1887 Memorial 45/384

OAKLEY, Samuel farmer Kangarilla 1899 Memorial 147/437

OAKLEY, Samuel out of business Clarence Park, died c1924. Husband of Ann Oakley. Father of Alice Maud WRIGHT Memorial 45/492

OAKLEY, Samuel farmer formerly of Kangarilla but now of Clarence Park 1907 Application 25316

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

OAKLEY, Thomas farmer Blackfellow Creek Meadows Special Survey 1847-1856] Memorial 33/24

OAKLEY, Thomas farmer Black Fellow Creek. Hundred of Kuitpo land grant 1862 Grant Book 2 Page 98 County Adelaide

OAKLEY, Thomas farmer Blackfellow Creek 1863 Application 4667

OAKLEY, Thomas farmer The Meadows Hundred of Kondoparinga land grant 1869 Grant Book 36 Page 276 County Hindmarsh

OAKLEY, Thomas stockholder Blackfellow Creek 1870 Memorial 205/245

OAKLEY, Thomas farmer Blackfellow Creek near The Meadows Hundred of Kondoparinga land grant 1876 Grant Book 36 Page 277 County Hindmarsh

OAKLEY, Thomas the Younger farmer near Milang 1879 Memorial 23/320

OAKLEY, Thomas farmer Point Sturt and Catherine Oakley spinster Point Sturt his daughter 1880 Application 18425

OAKLEY, Thomas farmer Point Sturt. Father of Catherine Oakley spinster of the same place 1880 Memorial 161/326

OAKLEY, Thomas the Younger farmer Blackfellows Creek 1881

Application 18655

OAKLEY, Thomas farmer near Milang 1883[-1889] Memorial 164/350

OAKLEY, Thomas (formerly the Younger) farmer formerly of Blackfellow Creek but now of near Milang linked with Thomas Charles William Oakley farmer near Milang 1911 Memorial 48/465

OAKLEY, Thomas Charles William farmer near Milang 1913 Memorial 15/469

No 1 - probably the Elder [son of Josiah Oakley the Elder]

OAKLEY, William farmer Eyre Flat 1855[-1903] Memorial 216/103

OAKLEY, William farmer near Kangarilla, died 21/5/1918. Husband of Elizabeth Oakley. Father of Josiah Oakley the Third, Henry Oakley, James Oakley and William Oakley the Younger; also Louisa Oakley, Elizabeth Oakley, Eliza Oakley and Mary Jane Oakley. Estate worth £803. Exeutors; Josiah Oakley formerly farmer near Kangarilla but now teamster Second Valley, and David TESTER undertaker Kangarilla (in place of Thomas LAWRENCE gardener Kangarilla)

OAKLEY, William the Elder farmer Kangarilla, died 21/5/1918. Husband of Elizabeth Oakley, who had already died before him, on 21/5/1903 Adelaide Hospital, of morbus cordis, aged 67. They had a family of 4 boys and 4 girls. By the time his father died, son Josiah Oakley had been a farmer at Kangarilla and then a teamster at Second Valley. By 1939, he was a farmer at Notts Hill, near Meadows. His sisters Louisa Oakley spinster (died 17/12/1935) and Elizabeth Oakley spinster (died 25/11/1937) lived with him. Sister Mrs Mary Jane RAYNER lived at Noarlunga and sister Mrs Eliza BARNETT lived at Cobdogla. Two other sons of William Oakley the Elder, Henry Oakley and William Oakley the Younger, not clear where they lived or what was their occupation Application 28231

No 1 - probably the Younger

OAKLEY, William farmer Wickham Hill 1877[-1879] Memorial 13/300

OAKLEY, William Henry and Josiah Oakley the Younger farmers McHarg's Creek 1880 Application 18009

OATEN, Edwin saddler Hindmarsh 1884 Memorial 200/356

OATES, Azariah Richard miner Glen Osmond 1857[-1860] Memorial 58/120

No 1

OATES, George miner Kooringa 1854[-1855] Memorial 82/75

OATES, George farmer formerly of Kooringa but now of the Upper Wakefield 1855 Memorial 383/92

OATES, George farmer Upper Wakefield 1856[-1858] Memorial 150/151

OATES, George miner formerly of Kooringa but now of Honeysuckle Flat near Watervale 1861 Application 2479

OATES, George farmer Honeysuckle Flat near Watervale 1872[-1883] Memorial 48/258

OATES, George farmer Leasingham 1874 Memorial 171/278

OATES, John police constable Thebarton 1847 Memorial 418/8 Of North Kapunda 1850[-1853] Memorial 275/23

OATES, John Simmons labourer North Kapunda 1859 Memorial 310/156

No 1

OATES, Oscar John grazier Burra 1941 Memorial 1/516

OATES, Oscar John grazier Burra 1946 Application 28460

OATES, Percival Victor Morris grazier Mongolata near Burra 1943 Memorial 162/517

OATES, Philip farmer Iron Mine Kooringa 1892 Memorial 194/412

OATEY, James miner Tungkillo Mine Reedy Creek 1851[-1862] Memorial 430/35

OATEY, JE draper Gawler 1914 Memorial 196/470

OATEY, Jeremiah labourer North Adelaide (Margaret St) 1851[-1856] Memorial 371/30

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

OATEY, John the Elder mason North Adelaide (Margaret St) 1851[-1889] Memorial 408/30

OATEY, John the Younger clerk in HM Civil Service North Adelaide (Margaret St) 1889[-1891] Memorial 54/399

No 1

OATEY, William miner Tungkillo Mine Reedy Creek 1851 Memorial 430/35

OATEY, William [formerly miner Tungkillo but now] farmer Allen Creek 1878 Memorial 5/312

OATEY, William Donnithorne farmer Allen Creek, died 31/1/1888. His widow, Jane Oatey, died 8/1/1906. His son, William Oatey a bachelor of Kapunda, died 7/10/1912. The only surviving member of this family in 1914 was a daughter, Jane Vartha COLE widow Allen Creek Memorial 95/470

OATEY, William Donnithorne farmer Allen Creek, died 31/1/1888 intestate. Estate worth £30. Letters of administration to his daughter, Jane Vartha COLE widow Allen Creek 1911. WD Oatey's widow, Jane Oatey, had died 8/1/1906 Application 26438

No 1

OATS, John farmer Penwortham 1869[-1870] Memorial 176/244

OATS, John farmer Penwortham Hundred of Boucaut land grant 1879 Grant Book 55 Page 34 County Stanley

OATS, John farmer Condowie Plains trustee unnamed Chapel Hundred of Boucaut Hundred of Boucaut land grant 1879 Grant Book 55 Page 33 County Stanley

OATS, John farmer Condowie Plains. Linked with John May Oats no description 1882 Memorial 94/341

No 2 – perhaps a continuation of No 1

OATS, John May farmer Penwortham Hundred of Boucaut land grant 1879 Grant Book 55 Page 34 County Stanley

No 1

OATS, John Simmons labourer North Kapunda 1852 Memorial 310/156

OATS, John Simmons labourer formerly of North Kapunda but now residing in the colony of Victoria, declared a bankrupt in 1859 Memorial 42/156

OATS, Richard wheelwright Gawler 1853 Memorial 295/48

No 1

OATS, William miner Kapunda 1860 Memorial 327/165

OATS, William formerly miner 1860 but now shoemaker Kapunda 1874 Application 13373

OATS, William bootmaker Kapunda 1881[-1883] Memorial 58/332

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

OATS, William of Kalgoorlie WA gave power of attorney to Alex BETHUNE of Gumeracha to attend to his general affairs in SA 1896 Memorial 202/427

No 1

OATS, William John clerk Kapunda 1880 Application 27849

OATS, William John Moyle bootmaker Kapunda 1900 Application 27360

OATS, William John formerly clerk but now bootmaker Kapunda 1904 Memorial 88/456

OATS, William John Moyle bootmaker Kapunda 1919[-1924] Memorial 57/478

OATY, Charles publican Adelaide (Rundle St) 11-year lease at £150 a year from Michael JOSHUA publican Adelaide for the Royal Hotel Hindley St, Adelaide 1848 Memorial 45/11

OBERMAN, Leo mantle specialist Adelaide 1935 Memorial 74/510

No 1

OBERMEYER, Josph blacksmith North Adelaide 1850 Memorial 498/26

OBERMEYER, Josph blacksmith Adelaide (possibly Grenfell St) 1852[-1855] Memorial 95/42

No 1

OBORN, David farmer Goodwood 1855[-1860] Memorial 251/80

OBORN, David farmer Goodwood and Ann Oborn his wife 1865. D Oborn could not write Application 6344

No 1

OBORN, James mason Adelaide (Mill St) 1864 Application 5623

No 2

OBORN, James labourer Wolseley. Hundred of Tatiara land grant 1912 Grant Book 7 Page 23 County Buckingham

No 1

OBORN, John labourer Mt Barker 1872 Application 12216

OBORN, John sawyer Littlehampton 1881 Application 18570

OBORN, John sawyer Blakiston 1886 Application 21100

OBORN, John sawmill proprietor Nairne 1891 Memorial 126/410

OBORN, John and Samuel labourers Mt Barker 1899 Application 23785

OBORN, Samuel farm labourer Crystal Book. Hundred of Napperby land grant 1897 Grant Book 60 Page 394 County Victoria

OBORNE, William farmer Goodwood 1857 Memorial 42/123

OBRIKAT, Georg labourer Hundred of Barossa. Hundred of Barossa land grant 1900 Grant Book 2 Page 47 County Adelaide

O'BRIEN, Andrew mail coach driver Willunga 1863 Application 3801

O'BRIEN, Bernard Francis farm labourer Hundred of Woolyana 1887 Memorial 53/389

O'BRIEN, Bernay spinster formerly of Willaston near Gawler but now absent from SA daughter of Mary O'Brien widow Willaston and the late Michael O'Brien 1874 Memorial 6/273

O'BRIEN, Cornelius storeman Adelaide 1863 Application 4511

No 1 - perhaps the same person

O’BRIEN, Daniel labourer Hectorville 1886. He could not read or write Application 20938

O'BRIEN, Daniel labourer Walloway 1887 Memorial 243/383

No 1

O'BRIEN, Daniel Joseph solicitor Mt Barker 1851 Memorial 316/30

O'BRIEN, Daniel Joseph solicitor Adelaide 1856[-1857] Memorials 28/106 & 131/125

O'BRIEN, Daniel Joseph solicitor formerly of Adelaide but now in parts beyond the seas 1873[-1880] Memorial 54/264

O'BRIEN, Daniel Joseph Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now of Dublin, Ireland. Husband of Ann O'Brien. Children - Francis Michael O'Brien of Adelaide and Annette Eugenia Marie DOLLMAN wife of Henry Herbert Dollman clerk GPO Adelaide 1885 Memorial 69/364

O'BRIEN, Daniel Joseph Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now residing in Dublin, Ireland linked with Annette DOLLMAN nee O'Brien wife of Henry Herbert Dollman GPO clerk Adelaide, Mary Ellen O'Brien spinster Adelaide and Francis Michael O'Brien accountant Adelaide. Associated with O'Brien St on Adelaide Town Acre 546 1887 Memorial 122/410

O'BRIEN, Daniel Joseph Esquire Adelaide and his wife, Annette Augusta O’Brien, entered into a post-nuptual agreement 20/5/1854. They had married on 12/6/1849. DJ O’Brien agreed to buy his wife £500 worth of real estate ‘for the benefit of and as a provision for’ his said wife. Rev’d Michael O’Brien Minister of the Gospel Mt Barker, lent his brother the money to make this purchase. Many complicated arrangements. DJ O’Brien died 5/1/1888 Dublin. Mrs O’Brien d 30/4/1910 Application 22927

and DJ O’Brien died 5/1/1888 Dublin. Mrs O’Brien d 30/4/1910.

O'BRIEN, Dennis horsebreaker Mt Gambier 1854[-1868] Memorial 274/76

O'BRIEN, Elizabeth Sarah licensed victualler Alma Hotel, Norwood linked with William O'Brien of the same address 1892 Memorial 106/414

O'BRIEN, Ellen widow of the late John O'Brien, died 2/5/1907. Her daughters, Mary ANDERSON wife of James Henry Anderson of Adelaide and Ellen Amelia O'Brien spinster Adelaide, administered her estate Memorial 204/458

No 1

O'BRIEN, Francis Michael clerk in the Taxation Office Adelaide 1885 Memorial 11/373

O'BRIEN, Francis Michael clerk Adelaide 1886 Memorial 209/376

O'BRIEN, Francis Michael accountant Adelaide 1890 Memorial 244/404

O'BRIEN, Francis Michael civil servant Adelaide 1895 Memorial 175/423

O'BRIEN, Frederick clerk to TB BRUCE solicitor Adelaide 1862 Memorial 133/183

No 1

O'BRIEN, James wheelwright Mt Torrens 1857 Memorial 58/118

O’BRIEN, James wheelwright Mt Torrens 1859 Application 322

No 2 – perhaps the same person

O’BRIEN, James labourer Mt Gambier. Caveton (Hundred of Caroline) township allotment land grant 1866 Grant Book 31 Page 26 County Grey

O'BRIEN, James horsebreaker Mt Gambier 1868 Memorial 220/233

No 3

O’BRIEN, James labourer The Wakefield Hundred of Stanley land grant 1859 Grant Book 56 Page 156 County Stanley

No 4

O’BRIEN, James mason Tarlee Co Light. Hundred of Melville land grant 1876 Grant Book 19 Page 77 County Fergusson

O’BRIEN, James farmer Coobowie Hundred of Dalrymple land grant 1878 Grant Book 19 Page 138 County Fergusson

No 5

O’BRIEN, James farmer near Manoora Co Light. Hundred of Booyoolie land grant 1878 Grant Book 60 Page 154 County Victoria

O'BRIEN, James and John farmers Para Wurlie Co Fergusson 1881 Memorial 217/329

No 6

O'BRIEN, James farmer Para Wirra linked with John O'Brien the Younger farmer Dalrymple 1883 Memorial 173/346

No 7

O'BRIEN, James farmer Hundred of King linked with John O'Brien farmer Hundred of Apoinga Co Burra 1887 Memorial 124/383

O'BRIEN, James farmer Hundred of King. Hundred of Apoinga land grant 1905 Grant Book 8 Page 65 County Burra

No 1 FIND PERHAPS TWO J O’BRIENS??

O’BRIEN, John farmer Thebarton 1850 Memorial 127/26 Labourer Smith Creek Gawler Plains late 1850 Memorial 80/27

O'BRIEN, John labourer Gawler Plains 1854 Memorial 311/76

O’BRIEN, John farmer Munno Para East Co Adelaide. Hundred of Saddleworth land grant 1859 Grant Book 44 Page 340 County Light

O'BRIEN, John farmer Smith Creek Gawler Plains 1861 Memorial 203/178

O'BRIEN, John farmer Sheaoak Log 1855[-1857] Memorial 137/82

O'BRIEN, John farmer Sheaoak Log, died 1875 intestate. Letters of administration to his wife, Mary O'Brien, to settle the estate Memorial 82/285

O’BRIEN, Mary widow Sheaoak Log relict of John O’Brien farmer Sheaoak Log 1890. She could not write. Mother of Michael Joseph O’ Brien and John Wilfred Thomas O’Brien farmers Sheaoak Log Application 21917

No 2

O’BRIEN, John farmer Tothill Creek. Hundred of Waterloo land grant 1861 Grant Book 44 Page 366 County Light

No 3

O'BRIEN, John labourer Willaston 1862[-1867] Memorial 322/181

O'BRIEN, John labourer Willaston, his wife, Esther O'Brien and children, Margaret O'Brien and Michael O'Brien 1869 Memorial 118/281

O'BRIEN, John labourer Willaston, died 17/8/1869. His widow, Esther O'Brien, died 25/8/1884. Their daughter, Margaret O'Brien spinster, lived in Lithgow NSW by 1887 Memorial 59/385

O’BRIEN, John labourer Willaston, died c1869. His wife, Esther O'Brien, died c1884. His son, Michael O'Brien, died c1886. John O' Brien's daughter-in-law, Mary O'Brien widow [relict of Michael O'Brien], still lived at Gawler in 1886 Application 20929

No 4 – perhaps the same person

O'BRIEN, John labourer Marocara near Navan 1873 Memorials 184 & 186/266 FIND CHECK SPELLING

O'BRIEN, John farmer Tarlee, died 14/3/1898. Estate worth £850. Father of Annie MCAULEY wife of Patrick McAuley sheepfarmer Cradock Memorial 31/436

O'BRIEN, John farmer Tarlee, died 14/3/1898 intestate. Letters of administration to Annie MCAULEY, wife of Patrick McAuley sheep farmer Cradock to settle the estate 1898 Application 23720

No 5 – perhaps at the Little Para in the 1850s

O’BRIEN, John the Elder farmer Chinkford Hundred of Appila land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 507 County Frome

No 6 – perhaps the same person; probably son of No 5

O'BRIEN, John the Younger farmer Morchard trustee Morchard Cemetery 1879 Book 13 Page 257 County Dalhousie

O’BRIEN, John the Younger of Laura [probably John Ambrose O’Brien] Hundred of Appila land grant 1880 Grant Book 24 Page 503 County Frome

No 7 – perhaps the same person

O'BRIEN, John farmer Kanmantoo Co Sturt. Hundred of Pekina land grant 1882 Grant Book 13 Page 165 County Dalhousie

O'BRIEN, John farmer Yongala. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1892[-1904] Grant Book 13 Page 203 County Dalhousie

O'BRIEN, John farmer Yongala 1898 Memorial 109/434

No 8

O’BRIEN, John the Younger farmer Dalrymple. Hundred of Para Wurlie land grant 1883 Grant Book 19 Page 9 County Fergusson

No 9

O'BRIEN, John of White Cliffs 1890 Memorial 140/401

O'BRIEN, John farmer White Cliffs 1894 Memorial 56/348

No 10

O'BRIEN, John the Elder of Unley??, died 11/2/1883 intestate. His widow, Mary O'Brien, died soon afterwards intestate. Letters of administration to John O'Brien the Younger labourer Unley and Margaret DUNN wife of Lawrence Dunn blacksmith Nairne to settle the estates Memorial 63/361

O'BRIEN, John Francis SJ of Palmerston NT 1883 Memorial 42/349

O’BRIEN, John James farmer Tothill Creek, died 13/10/1879. Husband of Elizabeth O’Brien. Family - James O’Brien farmer, Patrick O’Brien farmer, Margaret O’Brien spinster, Catherine O’Brien spinster, John O’Brien farmer and Elizabeth O’Brien spinster all of Tothill Creek 1887 Application 21014

No 1

O'BRIEN, John William mounted policeman Redruth 1858[-1860] Memorial 308/146

O'BRIEN, John William police trooper Kapunda 1864 Memorial 8/199

O'BRIEN, John William mounted police corporal Kapunda 1866[-1870] Memorial 233/212

O'BRIEN, John William of Kapunda formerly a Corporal in the Mounted Police Force 1872 Memorial 249/260

O'BRIEN, John William licensed victualler Kapunda 1872 Memorial 209/259

O'BRIEN, John William formerly licensed victualler Kapunda but now out of business insolvent 1876 Memorial 39/296

O'BRIEN, John William formerly of the mounted police force but now district council ranger Redruth 1883 Memorial 72/354

O’BRIEN, Kate widow Brompton 1886 Application 20882

No 1 - perhaps the same person

O'BRIEN, Martin labourer Norwood 1868 Memorial 178/234

O'BRIEN, Martin labourer Kensington 1869[-1874] Memorial 141/239

O'BRIEN, Mary spinster Belvidere district Hundred of Bremer 1890 Memorial 110/404

No 1

O’BRIEN, Matthew labourer Wirrabara Wirrabara township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 24 Page 524 County Frome

O'BRIEN, Matthew farmer Laura 1882 Memorial 107/338

O'BRIEN, Matthew farmer Laura Co Victoria. Hundred of Eurelia land grant 1885 Grant Book 13 Page 385 County Dalhousie

No 1

O'BRIEN, Michael and Daniel formerly farmers Darley on the Torrens near Adelaide 1856. By 1868, Michael O'Brien was a farmer at Bagot Gap near Kapunda and Daniel O'Brien was a labourer at the Glynde Application 8969

O’BRIEN, Michael farmer Bagot Gap Co Light. Hundred of Bundaleer land grant 1874 Grant Book 60 Page 70 County Victoria

No 2

O'BRIEN, Michael the Younger farmer Willaston near Gawler 1866 Memorial 76a/210

O'BRIEN, Michael labourer Willaston 1866 Memorial 129/213

O'BRIEN, Michael publican formerly of Willaston but now of Gawler 1878 Memorial 81/307

No 3

O'BRIEN, Michael carter Cheltenham, died 19/11/1873 intestate. Letters of administration to his widow, Ann O'Brien. Estate worth £300 Application 26244

No 4

O'BRIEN, Michael RC clergyman Mt Barker 1876 Memorial 206/291

O'BRIEN, Michael RC clergyman Morphett Vale 1879 Memorial 209/315

O'BRIEN, Michael Roman Catholic priest Morphett Vale, died 20/11/1891 intestate Memorial 82/413

No 5

O'BRIEN, Michael farmer Sheaoak Log. Son of the late John O'Brien formerly farmer Sheaoak Log but now deceased and Mary O'Brien widow Sheaoak Log 1877 Memorial 95/300

No 6

O'BRIEN, Michael labourer Norwood 1888 Memorial 134/389

No 7

O'BRIEN, Michael out of business Kapunda, aged 78 years old in 1940. Likely that he retired from farming in 1937, when he let the land to Patrick Howard DRISCOLL farmer Kapunda. M O'Brien could not write Application 28264

No 1

O'BRIEN, Michael Lawrence labourer Bennett St, Stepney 1908 Application 25401

O'BRIEN, Michael Lawrence labourer Stepney, died 22/12/1911 St Peters. Husband of Martha O'Brien of St Peters. Estate worth £850 Memorial 29/467

O' BRIEN, Michael Lawrence of Bennett St, St Peters, died 22/12/1911. Husband of Martha O'Brien. Father of James Lawrence O'Brien engineer St Peters; Mary May O'Brien in a state of 'corpus mentis'; Edith Alice O'Brien spinster St Peters; and Florence Annie HARRISON wife of Samuel Harrison dairyman Pt Adelaide Memorial 97/489

O'BRIEN, Michael Lawrence labourer St Peters, died 22/12/1911. His widow, Martha O'Brien, had gone to live at Bennett St, Stepney by 1912, then the Semaphore by 1923. Children in 1912 included James Lawrence O'Brien engineer Stepney, Mary May GRAHAM wife of Charles Graham railway employee Stepney, who died 16/5/1913 Parkside Asylum, of 6 months' phthisis and 2 years' cardiac disease, aged 31. Born at Maylands, she had no children of her marriage; Florence Annie O'Brien wife of Samuel HARRISON dairyman Pt Adelaide; Edith Alice O'Brien of Bennett St, Stepney Application 27170

0'BRIEN, Mrs M and Mr J O'Brien gardeners Cochrane Tce, Prospect 1935 Application 27980

No 1

O'BRIEN, Patrick farmer Mt Barker 1857 Memorial 279/129

No 2

O'BRIEN, Patrick farmer Section 850 Hundred of Gilbert 1865 Memorial 152/203

No 3

O'BRIEN, Patrick yeoman Hectorville 1861[-1867] Memorial 165/178

No 4

O'BRIEN, Patrick storeman Adelaide 1866[-1870] Memorial 119/213

No 5

O’BRIEN, Patrick labourer Kapunda Co Light. Hundred of Bundaleer land grant 1880 Grant Book 60 Page 360 County Victoria

No 6

O’BRIEN, Patrick labourer Hawker Co Blachford. Wilson [also known as Kanyaka Siding] (Hundred of Cudlamudla) township allotment land grant 1881 Grant Book 49 Page 165 County Newcastle

O’BRIEN, Patrick labourer Hawker Co Blachford. Hundred of Barunga land grant 1883 Grant Book 14 Page 474 County Daly

No 1

O'BRIEN, Terence the Elder carter Lowe St, Adelaide, died 30/4/1873. Husband of Elizabeth O'Brien. Father of John O'Brien labourer Lowe St, Patrick O'Brien and Terence O'Brien the Younger . Terence O'Brien the Younger labourer Lowe St, died 8/11/1889 Memorial 131/409

No 2

O'BRIEN , Terence formerly yeoman Adelaide (Wright St) but now gentleman Adelaide (Alfred St) 1901 Memorial 135/442

No 1

O’BRIEN, Thomas schoolmaster Montague Village Dry Creek 1851 Memorial 339/37 Farmer Montague Village Dry Creek 1853 Memorial 81/54

O'BRIEN, Thomas schoolmaster Dry Creek 1859[-1865] Memorial 322/151

O'BRIEN, Thomas farmer Dry Creek 1874 Memorial 81/271

O'BRIEN, Thomas schoolmaster formerly of Dry Creek 1864 but now of Maitland 1875 Application 14522

O’BRIEN, Thomas the Elder farmer Dry Creek Hundred of Maitland land grant 1878[-1880] Grant Book 19 Page 103 County Fergusson

O’BRIEN, Thomas of Clinton Price township allotment land grant 1882 Grant Book 20 Page 24 County Fergusson

O’BRIEN, Thomas the Elder teacher Maitland Price township allotment land grant 1884 Grant Book 20 Page 27 County Fergusson

O’BRIEN, Thomas agent Price Hundred of Cunningham land grant 1885 Grant Book 19 Page 285 County Fergusson

O’BRIEN, Thomas agent Price trustee cemetery Price Hundred of Cunningham land grant 1887 Grant Book 19 Page 285 County Fergusson

No 2

O'BRIEN, Thomas labourer Oakbank 1862[-1879] Memorial 341/186

O'BRIEN, Thomas labourer Oakbank, died 18/2/1894. Father of Katherine O'Brien spinster Oakbank Memorial 140/421

O'BRIEN, Thomas the Elder labourer Oakbank, died 18/2/1894. Allotments 17, 18 in Oakbank and the personal effects in his house to his daughter, Katherine O'Brien. The money in the bank and also his life insurance to his son, Thomas O'Brien the Younger. The rest of the estate to be sold and the proceeds to be shared equally between his son and his daughter absolutely. Estate worth £700. Catherine O'Brien 26 Angas St, Adelaide, married Valentin Heinrich Diedrich DITTMAR 35 bachelor baker Freeman St, Adelaide (Father: Wilhelm HC Dittmar), on 15/5/1895 Dittmar residence Freeman St, Adelaide. Minister: Alexander WILSON. Witnesses: M Dittmar undertaker Freeman St, Adelaide, and L Dittmar of Freeman St, Adelaide, and T O'Brien hotelkeeper Angas St, Adelaide. By 1897, the VHD Dittmars lived in O'Connell St, North Adelaide. He was still a baker Application 26584

No 3

O'BRIEN, Thomas cabinetmaker Sevenhill near Clare 1865 Memorial 120/202

O'BRIEN, W of Nailsworth 1914 Memorial 163/496

No 1

O'BRIEN, William farmer Morphett Vale 1849[-1852]  Memorial 195/17

O'BRIEN, William farmer [formerly of Morphett Vale but now of the] Green Water Holes Co Light 1853 Memorial 360/55

O'BRIEN, William farmer The Gilbert 1857 Memorial 54/122

O'BRIEN, William farmer Green Waterholes near Gilberton [Tarlee] 1866 Memorial 13/211

No 2

O'BRIEN, William stonemason Navan 1872 Memorial 129/263

O’BRIEN, William Henry Joseph a minor Price Price township allotment land grant 1884 Grant Book 20 Page 27 County Fergusson

No 1 – perhaps the same person

O'BRIEN, WJ agent Pt Pirie 1885 Memorial 177/366

O’BRIEN, William John wheatbuyer Price Hundred of Cunningham land grant 1885 Grant Book 19 Page 285 County Fergusson

No 1

O'BRIEN, William John hotelbroker Adelaide (Pirie St) 1913 Memorial 22/469

O'BRIEN, William John hotelbroker Adelaide (43 Exchange Buildings, Pirie St) 1914 Memorial 191/471

O'BRUCE, Frederick solicitor Adelaide 1873 Memorial 191/269

OBST, Arthur Martin gardener Greenock 1956, declared that he had been born on 16/10/1916 and had lived all his life at Greenock Application 29163

No 1

OBST, Carl farmer Angas Park 1855 Memorial 374/91

OBST, Carl farmer Light Pass 1856 Memorial 148/111

OBST, Carl August farmer Hundred of Oladdie, died 17/1/1890. Husband of Auguste Luise Obst Memorial 154/406

No 1

OBST, Carl Ernst labourer Greenock 1923 Memorial 20/489

OBST, Carl Ernst labourer Greenock linked with George Edmund Obst labourer Greenock 1942 Memorial 192/516

OBST, Ernst Herbert labourer Greenock, a minor born on 12/1/1911 Memorial 101/497

OBST, Friedrich farmer Section 972 Hundred of Moorooroo 1865 Memorial 227/200

OBST, Friedrich Ernst farmer Grünberg 1899 Memorial 239/438

OBST, Friedrich Theodor farmer Taplin. St John's Lutheran Church Taplin trustee 1929 Memorial 21/501

OBST, George Edmund labourer Greenock 1945 Memorial 81/519

OBST, Gottlieb farmer Bower trustee unnamed Lutheran Church and cemetery 1900 Grant Book 1

No 1

OBST, Gottlob farmer Light Pass, died c 1860. He left one third of his estate to his wife, Elisabeth Obst nee HAMPEL and the rest to his children (alive at his death) in equal shares Memorial 213/162

OBST, Johanne Elisabeth nee HAMPEL widow Light Pass, formerly wife of Gottlob Obst farmer Light Pass deceased, declared that her husband died 3/10/1858. The following children survive: Heinrich August Obst born 8/10/1839, Ernst Gottlieb Obst born 27/3/1843; Johann Carl born 28/7/1845; Johanna Christiana Obst born 21/5/1851. Application 8275

No 1

OBST, Johann Carl Friedrich farmer Light Pass 1855 Memorial 29/92

OBST, Johann Carl Friedrich (more frequently known as Carl Obst) farmer Angas Park 1858 Memorial 72/138

OBST, Johann Christian Gottlob farmer Monarto 1885[-1888] Memorial 75/365

OBST, Johannes Christian farmer Bower 1922 Memorial 121/486

O'BYRNE, Charles shoemaker Kapunda 1865 Memorial 229/200

O'CALLAGHAN, J and Thomas John station men Yankalilla 1861 Memorial 291/189

O'CALLAGHAN, James police constable Adelaide (Compton St) 1866 Memorial 190/283

O'CALLAGHAN, M agent Kapunda 1922 Memorial 184/486

O'CALLAGHAN, Mary Catherine married woman Pt Lincoln 1926 Application 27487

No 1

O'CALLAHAN, Michael farmer Kapunda, died 23/10/1877. His wife, Mary O'Callahan, died 2/8/1918 intestate. Their son, Michael Matthew O'Callahan no description, died 2/1/1934. Their daughters, Mary Margaret Teresa O'Callahan and Annie Clara Agnes O'Callahan, died 8/6/1945 and 14/5/1948 respectively. The O'Callahan children had a cousin called Margaret Belinda Veronica nee CONOLAN Application 28646

No 2

O'CALLAHAN, Michael district clerk Morgan Co Eyre. Waikerie (Hundred of Waikerie) township allotment land grant 1911 Grant Book 3 Page 113 County Albert

O'CALLAGHAN, Thomas farmer Springbank 1853 Memorial 351/55

No 1

O'CALLAGHAN, Thomas John storekeeper Yankalilla 1861 Memorial 255/172

O'CALLAGHAN, Thomas John labourer Yankalilla 1888 Memorial 200/393

O'CALLAGHAN, Thomas John labourer Yankalilla and Mary O'Callaghan his wife 1889 Memorial 221/397

O'CARROLL, Terence drill instructor Adelaide 1862 Memorial 338/183

OCHERNAL, RG law clerk Adelaide 1912 Memorial 51/467

No 1

OCHTOMANN, Charles Mashon farmer Lipson trustee Methodist Church Tumby Bay Hundred of Hutchison land grant 1907 Grant Book 21 Page 90 County Flinders

OCHTOMANN, Charles Machon formerly farmer Lipson near Tumby Bay but now out of business Prospect 1919 Memorial 128/478

No 1

OCHTOMANN, Johannes Friedrich Carl wheelwright Modbury 1878 Memorial 222/309

OCHTOMANN, JFC of near the Walker's Arms, Walkerville 1879 Memorial 163/318

OCKENDEN, AE store assistant Pt Broughton 1899 Memorial 131/439

OCKENDEN, Arthur Gordon compositor Phillips St, Southwark linked with Charles Levi Ockenden ironworker Streaky Bay 1919 Memorial 95/479

No 1

OCKENDEN, Palmer blacksmith Adelaide (Currie St) 1845[-1850] Memorial 411/45

OCKENDEN, Palmer blacksmith Pt Adelaide 1850[-1858] Memorial 488/29

No 1

OCKENDEN, Richard John Jupp storekeeper Waterloo Co Light. Florieton (Hundred of Schomburgk) township allotment land grant 1882 Grant Book 9 Page 157 County Burra

OCKENDEN, Richard John Jupp drover and labourer Kooringa, died 27/2/1913. Executors; Charles Levi Ockenden ironworker Streaky Bay and Arthur Gordon Ockenden compositor Phillips St, Southwark Memorial 156/470

OCLEE, Alfred and Elizabeth Oclee married in September 1848. Alfred Oclee carter Adelaide died 14/1/1863 Little Adelaide, of jaudice, aged 39, leaving a widow but no issue Application 3818

No 1

OCKLEFORD, John farmer Morphett Vale 1854 Memorial 28/75

OCKLEFORD, John formerly farmer Morphett Vale but then labourer Hackham, died 30/1/1873 intestate. Husband of Sarah Ockleford. Father of Ellen HOGAN married woman Pulteney St, Adelaide. Estate worth £11 Memorial 35/446

O'CONNELL, Alice married woman Maria St, Thebarton 1880 Application 18136

No 1

O'CONNELL, Austin labourer Woodchester 1878 Application 16832

O'CONNELL, Austin farmer Woodchester 1878 Memorial 41/310

O'CONNELL, Austin farmer Woodchester (also known as Austin James O'Connell and James O'Connell) moved to Broken Hill NSW a few years before his death on 10/3/1912. He left his estate to Mary O'Connell of Woodchester, who died 11/5/1919 RPA Search 2136

No 1

O'CONNELL, James farmer Stockport 1876 Memorial 18/289

No 2

O'CONNELL, James medical practitioner Adelaide (Angas St) 1883 Memorial 126/351

O'CONNELL, James physician and surgeon Adelaide 1889 Memorial 24/400

O'CONNELL, James surgeon Adelaide 1894 Memorial 214/421

No 3

O’CONNELL, James farmer Hundred of Ninnes. Hundred of Ninnes land grant 1913 Grant Book 14 Page 302 County Daly

No 1

O'CONNELL, Jeremiah labourer North Adelaide (Sussex St) 1887 Memorial 206/388

O'CONNELL, Jeremiah labourer North Adelaide (Sussex St), died 21/8/1903 Flinders St, Adelaide. Estate worth £286. He left his estate to Patrick HIGGINS bootmaker North Adelaide (Melbourne St) Memorial 142/449

O'CONNELL, Johanna spinster Adelaide 1873 Memorial 201/268

No 1

O’CONNELL, John agent Adelaide Hundred of Mt Muirhead land grant 1881 Grant Book 31 Page 198 County Grey

O’CONNELL, John commission agent Adelaide Hundred of Davenport land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 662 County Frome

O'CONNELL, John auctioneer Adelaide Co Adelaide. Penneshaw (Hundred of Dudley) township allotment land grant 1882 Grant Book 11 Page 37 County Carnarvon

O'CONNELL, John land agent Adelaide 1882 Memorial 24/337

O’CONNELL, John of Melvin Chambers, King William St, Adelaide 1889 Application 21641

O’CONNELL, John agent Adelaide 1882 Application 19250

O’CONNELL, John agent Adelaide Co Adelaide. Mobilong (later Murray Bridge Hundred of Mobilong) township allotment land grant 1885 Grant Book 58 Page 219 County Sturt

O’CONNELL, John agent Adelaide Co Adelaide. Tarcoola (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1901 Grant Book 65 Page 304 County Not named

O'CONNELL, John agent Adelaide 1924, husband of Lydia Bessie O'Connell married woman Seacliff She was a daughter of Charles Whitehair HOLLAND landowner Brighton in the 1870s Application 27274

O'CONNELL, John agent Adelaide, died 21/8/1925 Seacliff. His wife, Lydia Bessie O'Connell, died 9/4/1931 Application 29487.

O'CONNELL, John land agent Seacliff, died 21/8/1925. Husband of Lydia Bessie O'Connell Memorial 65/519

No 2

O’CONNELL, John farmer Blyth Plains Hundred of Barunga land grant 1879 Grant Book 14 Page 460 County Daly

No 3

O'CONNELL, John farmer Nackara 1886[-1892] Memorial 62/377

No 4

O’CONNOR, John railway packer Kadina. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1904 Grant Book 14 Page 250 County Daly

No 1

O'CONNELL, Martin yeoman Adelaide. Husband of Elizabeth O'Connell. Father of Martin John O'Connell (aged 21 on 7/2/1861), Marianne/Mary Ann O'Connell and Chalice Catherine O'Connell, all under the age of 21 in 1844 Memorial 113/4

O'CONNELL, Martin gentleman Adelaide (Wright St). Father of Martin John O'Connell labourer Adelaide (Wright St) 1865 Memorial 349/204

O'CONNELL, Patrick labourer Marryatville 1866[-1881] Memorial 214/215

No 1

O’CONNELL, Thomas farmer Mt Barker 1850 Memorial 172/26

No 2

O’CONNELL, Thomas labourer Millicent Hundred of Mt Muirhead land grant 1880 Grant Book 31 Page 196 County Grey

No 3

O'CONNELL, Thomas grazier Nackara 1918 Memorial 9/477

O'CONNELL, Thomas farmer Nackara 1920[-1921] Memorial 56/482

O'CONNELL, Thomas formerly grazier Nackara now out of business Malvern 1939, died 3/1/1940. His wife called Ellen O'Connell. Brother to Johanna FARRELL formerly Johanna O'Connell wife of of William Farrell gentleman Redruth and later Adelaide from 1879. Mrs Farrell died 29/6/1911. She owned the Courthouse Hotel in Redruth, which she left to her brother absolutely in remainder expectant after her husband had died. William John O'Connell grazier Nackara 1940 a son of Thomas O'Connell Application 28153

No 4

O'CONNELL, Thomas labourer Mt Bryan 1923[-1927] Memorial 45/489, Application 27482

O'CONNELL, William bootmaker Thebarton 1875 Application 14071

O'CONNOR, Bridget servant Marybank 1878 Memorial 150/311

O'CONNOR, Charles J of 94 King William St, Adelaide assistant secretary to the Colonial Mutual Life Assurance Society Ltd of Adelaide 1884 Memorial 128/356

O'CONNOR, D overseer Coffin Bay 1906 Memorial 130/455

O'CONNOR, Daniel overseer Coffin Bay 1915 Memorial 139/473

No 1

O’CONNOR, Dennis farmer Macclesfield 1851 Memorial 491/29

O’CONNOR, Dennis painter Macclesfield 1852 Memorial 24/41

O’CONNOR, Dennis labourer Macclesfield, died unknown date about 12 miles from Wellington, aged 45. Body found 14/1/1861. He had sold pt Section 2826, Hundred of Macclesfield to Carl SCHOTTELIUS shoemaker Macclesfield on 16/7/1849, when O’Connor was a painter of Macclesfield. When Schottelius placed the land under the RPA 23/6/1860, he was a farmer Bugle Ranges. Application 1536

No 1

O'CONNOR, Dominic Charles jeweller Broken Hill NSW 1909[-1921] Memorial 57/461

O'CONNOR, Dominic Charles jeweller Broken Hill NSW took up a lease of business premises in Rundle St, Adelaide (Town Acre 44) 1916 Memorial 2/474

O'CONNOR, Francis Patrick and Martin Owen O'Connor plumbers Adelaide linked with Winifred Annie O'Connor widow Novar Gardens 1949 Memorial 161/523

No 1

O'CONNOR, James farmer Mallala 1869 Memorial 137/244

No 2

O’CONNOR, James yeoman Mt Burr Millicent (Hundred of Mt Muirhead) township allotment land grant 1872 Grant Book 31 Page 502 County Grey

No 3

O'CONNOR, James labourer Macclesfield 1874 Memorial 245/276

O'CONNOR, James labourer formerly of Macclesfield but now of Broken Hill NSW 1891 Memorial 243/406

O'CONNOR, James labourer formerly of Macclesfield but now of Broken Hill NSW, heir at law of Dennis O'Connor farmer Macclesfield 1892 Application 22230

No 4

O'CONNOR, James sawyer Bordertown 1875 Memorial 215/283

No 5

O'CONNOR, James gardener Paradise 1901 Memorial 102/443

O'CONNOR, James labourer Paradise 1923 Application 27092

No 6

O’CONNOR, James farmer Gum Creek Leighton Hundred of Hanson land grant 1902 Grant Book 56 Page 265 County Stanley

O’CONNOR, James William labourer Tarlee Co Light. Hundred of Yangya land grant 1877 Grant Book 60 Page 92 County Victoria

O’CONNOR, Jeremiah farmer Tarlee Co Light. Hundred of Caltowie land grant 1880 Grant Book 60 Page 192 County Victoria

No 1

O'CONNOR, John labourer Adelaide 1839 Application 23881

O'CONNOR, John labourer Adelaide 1849 Memorial 231/15

O'CONNOR, John yeoman Adelaide 1849 Memorial 235/18

O'CONNOR, John hotelkeeper Adelaide 1851 Memorial 372/30

No 1

O'CONNOR, John farmer Roseworthy 1871 Application 11532

No 2

O'CONNOR, John farmer Koppio 1905 Memorial 125/453

O'CONNOR, John Thomas gardener Paradise 1914 Memorial 55/470

O'CONNOR, Joseph farmer Mt Bryan Flat. Hundred of Hallett land grant 1878 Grant Book 8 Page 94 County Burra

O'CONNOR, Martin farmer Eurelia 1888 Memorial 31/390

No 1

O'CONNOR, Michael shoemaker Salisbury 1855 Memorial 181/92

O'CONNOR, Michael shoemaker formerly of Salisbury 1855 but now of Adelaide 1876 Application 15570

No 2

O'CONNOR, Michael farmer The Meadows 1867 Memorial 237/225

0'CONNOR, Mortimer gardener Newenham, Paradise, father of O'CONNOR, John Thomas gardener Paradise 1914 Application 26306

No 1

O'CONNOR, Patrick farmer Old Brighton 1854 Memorial 331/64

O'CONNOR, Patrick farmer near Brighton 1855 Memorial 462/86

O'CONNOR, Patrick farmer Brighton Plains 1858 Memorial 252/140

O’CONNOR, Patrick farmer Brighton Hundred of Saddleworth land grant 1858 Grant Book 44 Page 333 County Light

No 1 – perhaps the same person

O’CONNOR, Patrick farmer Penola Hundred of Monbulla land grant 1895[-1896] Grant Book 31 Page 66 County Grey

O'CONNOR, Patrick wheelwright Penola 1902 Application 24374

No 1

O'CONNOR, Peter storekeeper Hawker. Hundred of Wonoka land grant 1885[-1893] Grant Book 5 Page 29 County Blachford

O'CONNOR, Peter agent Hawker 1890 Memorial 152/403

O'CONNOR, Richard farmer Hamilton on the Light 1866[-1868] Memorial 117/211

No 1

O'CONNOR, Richard Alfred farmer Unley Co Adelaide. Parrakie (Hundred of Price) township allotment land grant 1908 Grant Book 6 Page 101 County Buccleuch

O'CONNOR, Richard Alfred farmer Lameroo. Parilla (Hundred of Parilla) township allotment land grant 1908 Grant Book 12 Page 111 County Chandos

O'CONNOR, Richard Alfred storekeeper Lameroo trustee Lameroo Institute 1909 Grant Book 12 Page 38 County Chandos

O'CONNOR, Richard Alfred auctioneer and land agent Lameroo. Parilla (Hundred of Parilla) township allotment land grant 1910 Grant Book 12 Page 113 County Chandos

O'CONNOR, Richard Alfred auctioneer Lameroo trustee Pinnaroo District Hospital 1912 Grant Book 12 Page 10 County Chandos

O'CONNOR, Richard Alfred accountant Lameroo trustee estate of the late Herbert Henry RATCLIFF farmer formerly of Barunga but now deceased 1913 Grant Book 12 Page 11 County Chandos

O'CONNOR, Richard Alfred auctioneer Lameroo 1922 Memorial 114/485

O'CONNOR, Stafford commercial traveller Osborne St, Hackney 1908 Application 25529

No 1

O'CONNOR, Thomas police trooper Clarendon 1876 Memorial 92/289

O’CONNOR, Thomas police trooper formerly of Clarendon but now of Clare 1882 Application 19405

No 2

O'CONNOR, Thomas farmer Rosaville near Mt Gambier 1897 Memorial 58/430

O'CONNOR, Thomas Davitt plumber 7 Ronald Tce, Novar Gardens, died 23/12/1943 North Adelaide. Husband of Winifred Annie O'Connor Memorial 92/522

O'CONNOR, Timothy farmer Strathalbyn 1865 Memorial 1/204

No 1

O'CONNOR, William saddler Pekina. Pekina (Hundred of Pekina) township allotment land grant 1877 Grant Book 13 Page 12 County Dalhousie

No 2

O’CONNOR, William storekeeper Orroroo Co Dalhousie. Cockburn (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1886 Grant Book 65 Page 165 County Not named

No 3

O'CONNOR, William labourer Normanville and Mary O'Connor his wife 1910 Memorial 135/462

O'CONNOR, Mary formerly of Normanville but now of 28 Brigalow Ave, Kensington Gardens 1935 Memorial 146/508

O'CONNOR, William Edward farmer Warratta Vale 1903 Memorial 105/449

O'CONNOR, William George farmer Lameroo. Hundred of Bews land grant 1911 Grant Book 12 Page 9 County Chandos

O'DAY, John farmer Noarlunga 1853 Memorial 328/50

No 1

O’DEA, Catherine widow Adelaide relict of the late John O’Dea formerly labourer Adelaide now deceased 1852 Memorial 94/41

O’DEA, Catherine widow Adelaide 1853[-1882] Memorial 29/56

No 2

O'DEA, Catherine spinster Peachey Belt 1858 Memorial 103/143

No 3

O'DEA, Catherine widow Petersburg. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1912 Grant Book 13 Page 212 County Dalhousie

No 1

O'DEA, Daniel labourer Adelaide (Franklin St) 1868 Memorial 111/229

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

O'DEA, Daniel farmer Springbank near Adelaide 1881 Memorial 222/336

O'DEA, Daniel stockdealer Springbank near Adelaide 1882 Memorial 188/347

No 3

O'DEA, Daniel 40 bachelor mail contractor Minlaton (Father: Patrick O'Dea) married Annie EDMUNDS 40 widow Stansbury (Father: David BEATON) on 28/11/1885, Mr WHITE's residence Minlaton. Minister: Charles CHURCH. Witnesses: Michael COSTELLO labourer Minlaton and Hannah HOGAN of Minlaton. Annie O'Dea was a widow by 1893 Application 22322

O’DEA, Donald farmer Mt Pleasant Hundred of Monarto land grant 1868 Grant Book 58 Page 140 County Sturt

No 1

O'DEA, James farmer Peachey Belt 1866 Memorial 169/210

O’DEA, James farmer Virginia Co Adelaide. Hundred of Caltowie land grant 1878 Grant Book 60 Page 187 County Victoria

O'DEA, James farmer Caltowie 1883 Memorial 202/353

O'DEA, James farmer Peachey Belt 1868. He was a farmer at Caltowie by 1884 Application 22819

O'DEA, James farmer formerly of Peachey Belt but now of Caltowie 1887 Memorial 78/386

O'DEA, JL manager credit finance department Savings Bank of SA Adelaide branch 1936 Memorial 150/509

No 1

O’DEA, John labourer Co Adelaide 1846. He bought land grant Section 1073 Survey B 78 acres for £78 Memorial 157/7

O'DEA, John farmer Spring Gully 1863[-1864] Memorial 139/191

No 2

O'DEA, John the Younger farmer Hamilton on the Light 1875 Application 14069

O’DEA, John the Younger farmer Hamilton near Kapunda 1882 Application 19432

O'DEA, John the Younger farmer Waterloo Plains near Hamilton on the Light 1876[-1903] Memorials 222/291 & 242/299

O'DEA, John the Younger farmer Waterloo Plains near Hamilton on the Light linked with Walter Michael O'Dea farmer of the same address 1911 Memorial 36/464

O'DEA, John farmer Humphrey Springs father of Daniel O'Dea stock dealer Springbank [near Kooringa??] 1878 Memorial 241/308

O’DEA, John farmer Humphrey Springs Co Gawler. Hundred of Caltowie land grant 1880 Grant Book 60 Page 193 County Victoria

O’DEA, John farmer Humphrey Springs, died 24/11/1895. His farm to his widow, Mary O'Dea, in trust for life, then to his son, Martin O’Dea, in trust for life, then entailed to the eldest male heir in descent from Martin O’Dea. Mrs John O’Dea died 27/10/1899. Martin O’Dea’s heir, his son, Thomas Daniel O’Dea railway porter Hamley Bridge, broke the entail for his father to own the property absolutely 21/2/1916 Enrolment 55/55

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

O'DEA, John James farmer Hamilton on the Light 1899[-1923] Memorial 246/438

O'DEA, John James farmer Waterloo Plains near Hamilton, aged 70 in 1917, declared that he had lived in the district for some 40 years Application 26621

O'DEA, John James farmer Waterloo Plains near Hamilton on the Light, died 1/6/1927. Husband of Catherine Agnes O'Dea. Father of Walter Michael O'Dea, Beatrice NEWMAN, Ellen Blanche NEAGLE, Winnifred O'Dea, Ann O'Dea and Mary O'Dea Memorial 124/499

O'DEA, John James also known as James O'Dea the Younger farmer Waterloo Plains near Hamilton 1938 Application 28156

O'DEA, John Vincent farmer Hamilton on the Light linked with Walter Michael O'Dea farmer Waterloo Plains near Hamilton on the Light. CC O'Dea mentioned but not described 1922 Memorial 7/485

O'DEA, Martin farmer Humphrey Springs, father of Thomas Daniel O'Dea an infant 1900 Application 24027

O'DEA, Mary widow Mt Barker 1853 Hundred of Talunga land grant Memorial 180/48

No 1 - likely to be the same person

O'DEA, Michael and Thomas farmers Kapunda 1854[-1856] Memorial 301/64

O'DEA, Michael innkeeper Tothill Creek 1873 Memorial 97/269

O'DEA, Michaael licensed victualler Saddleworth Co Stanley. Orroroo (Hundred of Walloway) township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 13 Page 134 County Dalhousie

O'DEA, Michael innkeeper Exmouth Hotel Saddleworth 1878[-1879] Memorial 76/314

No 2

O'DEA, Michael farmer Adelaide 1855 Memorial 118/104

O'DEA, Michael farmer Peachey Belt 1863 Memorial 114/189

No 3

O'DEA, Michael farmer and Patrick stockholders both in the vicinity of the Reedy Creek Mine 1856 Hundred of Talunga land purchase Memorial 212/110

No 4

O’DEA, Michael farmer Humphrey Springs Hundred of Alma land grant 1864 Grant Book 26 Page 79 County Gawler

No 5

O'DEA, Michael labourer Yongala. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1909 Grant Book 13 Page 210 County Dalhousie

No 1

O'DEA, Patrick stockkeeper to John BAKER near the Reedy Creek Mine 1853 Memorial 181/48

O’DEA, Patrick farmer Tungkillo Hundred of Monarto land grant 1880 Grant Book 58 Page 124 County Sturt

No 2 - perhaps the same person

O'DEA, Patrick farmer Navan 1880[-1902] Memorial 41/325

O'DEA, Patrick farmer Tarlee 1902 Application 24438

No 3

O'DEA, Patrick clerk to Messrs BUNDEY & DASHWOOD solicitors Adelaide 1883 Memorial 249/352

O'DEA, Patrick clerk to CJ DASHWOOD solicitor Adelaide 1885 Memorial 50/365

O'DEA, Patrick clerk to Charles J DASHWOOD solicitor Adelaide 1887 Memorial 171/383

O'DEA, Patrick clerk to Messrs CJ DASHWOOD & CG VARLEY solicitors Adelaide 1888 Memorial 197/391

O'DEA, Patrick F clerk to Messrs GRUNDY & PELLY solicitors Adelaide 1890[-1891] Memorial 91/406

No 1

O'DEA, Thomas farmer Spring Valley South Mt Barker 1851 Memorial 350/34

O'DEA, Thomas farmer Mt Barker District 1852 Memorial 415/44

No 2 - likely to be a continuation from No 1

O'DEA, Thomas farmer Section 401 South Rhine 1857 Linked with Michael O'Dea dairyman Curly Creek Memorial 205/116

No 3

O’DEA, Thomas labourer Terowie Hundred of Terowie land grant 1881 Grant Book 40 Page 16 County Kimberley

O’DEA, Thomas farmer Terowie Hundred of Terowie land grant 1891 Grant Book 40 Page 20 County Kimberley

O'DEA, Walter Michael farmer Hamilton 1917 Application 26614

ODGERS, Alfred grocer Adelaide (pt TA 71 Hindley St) 1877[-1881] Memorial 203/300

No 1

ODGERS, Edward Thomas District Clerk Angaston 1937, Clerk since 1/1/1920 Application 28034

ODGERS, Edward T district clerk Angaston 1921 Memorial 58/484

ODGERS, Frank Howard and Josiah storekeepers Virginia 1909 Memorial 61/462

No 1

ODGERS, Josiah blacksmith Virginia 1867 Memorial 193/218

ODGERS, Josiah blacksmith Virginia 1868 Application 9398

ODGERS, Josiah formerly machinist but now general storekeeper Virginia 1901 Memorial 34/526

No 1

ODGERS, William miner Adelaide died before 1853. Husband of Faith Odgers, who had remarried to Thomas VINES miner Adelaide by 1853. Father of Josiah Odgers no description Memorial 427/51

No 2 - perhaps the same person

ODGERS, William farmer Bowden 1854[-1857] Memorial 367/74

ODGERS, William miner Kooringa 1857 Memorial 151/130

No 3

ODGERS, William the Younger miner Broken Hill NSW 1888 Memorial 35/390

No 1

ODLUM, James labourer North Adelaide 1858 Memorial 241/134

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

ODLUM, James builder North Adelaide 1898 Memorial 109/436

ODLUM, James Henry formerly public servant Grange but now out of business Perth WA 1948 Memorial 9/523

No 1

ODLUM, Michael builder North Adelaide 1873 Application 12503

ODLUM, Michael builder Adelaide 1877 Memorial 242/315

ODLUM, Michael builder North Adelaide (Jeffcott St) 1887 Memorial 148/386

ODLUM, RE customs clerk Pt Adelaide 1916 Memorial 199/474

O'DONNELL, Edward yeoman Adelaide 1859[-1862] Memorial 137/158

O'DONNELL, James of New Thebarton 1890 Memorial 212/404

O’DONNELL, James Francis teamster Leigh Creek Out of Hundreds. Copley (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1893 Grant Book 65 Page 253 County Not named

No 1

O’DONNELL, John farmer Springbank near Adelaide 1852 Memorial 160/41

No 2

O’DONNELL, John gardener Adelaide (North St) 1856 Memorial 24/95

No 1

O'DONNELL, Mary spinster Adelaide 1870 Memorial 230/247

O'DONNELL, Mary spinster Adelaide linked with Patrick O'Donnell bootmaker Willunga 1876 Memorial 128/296

O'DONNELL, Michael labourer Littlehampton 1896 Application 23072

O'DONNELL, Patrick shoemaker Willunga 1863[-1876] Memorial 139/190

O’DONOHOE, Michael labourer Grace Plains Hundred of Redhill land grant 1881 Grant Book 14 Page 378 County Daly

No 1

O'DONOHOE, Michael Francis hotelkeeper Modbury 1913 Memorial 22/469

O'DONOHOE, Michael Francis licensed victualler Modbury Hotel, Modbury, died 1/9/1913. Husband of Mabel Rosina O'Donohoe Memorial 20/470

O'DONOGHU, Catherine of 19 West Tce, Adelaide 1918 Memorial 146/476

O'DONOHUE/DONOHUE, Daniel police constable Adelaide eldest son and heir at law of the late John O'Donohue formerly farmer and carter Cheltenham now deceased 1877 Memorial 247/303

No 1 - perhaps the same person

O’DONOHUE, Edward James farmer Yacka Yacka (Hundred of Yackamoorundie) township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 56 Page 110 County Stanley

O’DONOHUE, Edward James farmer Yackamoorundie trustee Institute Yacka Yacka (Hundred of Yackamoorundie) township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 56 Page 110 County Stanley

O’DONOHUE, Edward James farmer Yacka Yacka (Hundred of Yackamoorundie) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 56 Page 107 County Stanley

O'DONOGHUE, Edward farmer Long Gully 1897 Application 23500

O'DONOGHUE, Edward James farmer Long Gully near Auburn 1898 Memorial 196/433

O'DONOGHUE, James district clerk Tarlee 1877 Memorial 102/302

O'DONOGHUE, John William mining engineer of London, but at present travelling in Australasia 1886 Memorial 140/378

No 1

O'DONOGHUE, Michael farmer Johnsburg 1890 Memorial 169/403

O'DONOGHUE, Michael farmer Hundred of Bendleby 1890[-1891] Memorial 170/403

O’DONOHUE, John carrier Kapunda Hundred of Koolunga land grant 1881[-1883] Grant Book 55 Page 190 County Stanley

O'DONOHUE, Michael Andrew hotelkeeper Lower Mitcham 1898 Memorial 199/437

O'DRISCOLL, Patrick Francis farmer Clanfield trustee Clanfield Hall 1922 Grant Book 12 Page 12 County Chandos

No 1

O'DWYER, Bridget widow near Hackham 1866 Memorial 230/221

O'DWYER, Bridget widow formerly of near Hackham but now of Lillimuir Vic 1889 Memorial 227/396

O'DWYER, John hotelkeeper Globe Hotel Gawler 1908 Memorial 170/458

OEHLMANN, Adolph storekeeper Gawler 1864 Memorial 279/198

OEHLRICH/OELRICH, Friedrich Wilhelm George saddler Tanunda 1851[-1860] Memorial 80/30

No 1

OEHM, Friedrich August farmer Lyndoch Valley 1854 Enrolment 16/39

OEHM, Friedrich August farmer Lyndoch Valley 1855 Memorial 59/91

OEHM, Friedrich August farmer Gawler 1856 Memorial 396/98

OEHM, Friedrich August farmer Section 3039 Hundred of Barossa 1857[-1868] Memorial 135/117

OEHM, Friedrich August farmer Concordia near Gawler 1860 Memorial 321/167

OEHM, Friedrich August farmer formerly of Rosenthal 1854 but now of Concordia near Gawler 1863 Application 4438

OEHM/OHM/ÖHM, Friedrich August farmer Concordia near Gawler Co Gawler. Hundred of Goyder land grant 1868 Grant Book 56 Page 415 County Stanley

OEHM, Friedrich August farmer formerly of Concordia 1860 but now of Section 3038 Hundred of Barossa 1871 Application 11396

OEHM, Friedrich August farmer Hundred of Kulpara 1883[-1885] Memorial 96/348

No 1

OEHM, Johann Ferdinand farmer Sandy Creek 1853[-1860] Memorial 413/62

OEHM, Ferdinand farmer Rosenthal 1863 Application 4438

OEHM, Ferdinand farmer Rosenthal 1883 Memorial 32/348

OEHM, Johann Ferdinand farmer formerly of Sandy Creek but now of Roseberry Vic 1888 Application 21381

OEHME, Ida farmer and widow near Riverton 1886 Memorial 75/382

OEHME, James Thomas farmer Riverton 1916[-1920] Memorial 60/484

OEHME, John and Julius farmers near Riverton 1880 Memorial 52/322

OEHME, Julius farmer Riverton 1873 Memorial 190/265

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

OEHME, Wilhelm farmer Lyndoch Valley 1860 Application 1890

OEHME, William farmer near Riverton 1909 He leased the farm of the late Amos SARGENT Application 25615

No 1

OELMANN, Hermann importer Adelaide (Rundle St). He leased pt TA 83 'a large room and water closet … lately occupied by Mrs POLE and used by her as a clothing factory' 1879 Memorial 202/318

OELMANN/OLMANN/ÖLMANN, Hermann importer Adelaide Terowie (Hundred of Terowie) township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 40 Page 96 County Kimberley

OELMANN/OLMANN/ÖLMANN, Annie Eliza licensed victualler Adelaide (King of Hanover Hotel, Rundle St) 1889 Memorial 178/404

OELRICH, Friedrich Hermann Otto David farmer Grünwaldt near Adelaide 1847 Memorial 194/10 Farmer Hope Valley 1850[-1851] Memorial 309/22

OELRICH, Friedrich Wilhelm Georg saddler Tanunda 1853[-1860] Memorial 261/55

No 1

OERMANN/ORMANN/ÖRMANN, Heinrich farmer Gilbert River 1856[-1858] Memorial 226/104

OERMANN/ORMANN/ÖRMANN, Henry shepherd Gilbert Hundred of Gilbert land grant 1859 Grant Book 44 Page 34 County Light

OFFE, Heinrich Henry labourer Towitta 1900 Grant Book 17 Page 34 County Eyre

No 1 - probably the same person

OFFE, Johann tinman Tanunda 1851[-1869] Memorial 100/37

OFFE, Johann tinsmith Tanunda 1889 Application 21637

No 1 - probably the same person

OFFE, Wilhelm carpenter Tanunda 1867 Memorial 135/226

OFFE, Johann Georg Paul Wilhelm carpenter Tanunda 1891 Memorial 82/409, Application 22087

OFIELD, William labourer near Pt Elliot 1871 Memorial 220/254

O'FLAHERTY, John of Adelaide 1839 Memorial 382/32

No 1

O'FLAHERTY, Patrick labourer Clare 1873 Memorial 6/269

O'FLAHERTY, Patrick labourer Clare, died 27/3/1878 intestate and a bachelor. Brother to Bridget O'Flaherty of Clare. Supposed to be also a brother who did not live in SA Memorial 109/429

O'FLAHERTY, Sidney Wainman Senator 1 Chapel St, Thebarton 1949, declared that he had been born in Broken Hill NSW in 1886 and came with his parents to live at George St, Thebarton in 1896 until 1908. Between 1905-1908, SW O'Flaherty lived out of Thebarton, but returned to the village to live at 2 Chapel St, Thebarton, between 1908-1911. Again, S O'Flaherty lived away from Thebarton between 1911-1935, when he came back to live permanently since 1936. In 1937, his son, Stanley O'Flaherty, marred Lily HEITMANN and lived with her and her parents on Allotments 5-6 Chapel St. Mrs Heitmann died c1948 Application 28667

No 1

O'FLAHERTY, William Hercules accountant Adelaide (Currie St) 1939 Memorial 23/513

O'FLAHERTY, William Hercules public accountant Richards Buildings, Currie St, Adelaide, aged 56 in 1939, declared that he had always lived in the neighbourhood of Chapel St, Thebarton. He was a grandson of George MOORE retired cooper Chapel St, Thebarton, who died 18/7/1921. Clara Moore became Clara O'Flaherty, mother of WH O'Flaherty. George Moore made wire matresses for many years, in a large shed he built over 40 years ago. Sidney Wainman o'Flaherty had recently knocked down the shed and erected a 4-roomed home in its place Application 28230

OGERS, Richard painter Adelaide 1850[-1851] Memorial 142/28

OGG, Alexander Thomas commercial traveller 5 Davenport Tce, Wayville changed his name to Alexander Thomas Ogg DRUMMOND 1926 Memorial 28/496

OGILVIE/OGILVY, Alexander labourer Kensington 1851[-1884] Memorial 499/29

OGILVIE, Harriett labourer Pt Adelaide 1898 Application 23629

OGILVIE, Herbert Blair of Pt Pirie. Annie Ogilvie mentioned but not described. Linked with the Mt Ogilvie Mining Co No Liability 1890 Memorial 39/402

OGILVIE, Jane spinster Adelaide 1878 Memorial 170/319

No 1

OGILVIE, John farmer Adelaide 1853 Hundred of Talunga land purchase Memorial 404/55

OGILVIE, John farmer [formerly of Adelaide but now of] Williamstown near Melbourne Vic 1855 Memorial 22/80

No 2

OGILVIE, John mason Adelaide 1854 Memorial 72/75

OGILVIE, John mason Adelaide, died c1857 Memorial 269/126

OGILVIE, John owned land in California St, Adelaide. Husband of Amelia Ogilvie. Brother to Alexander Ogilvie who inherited John Ogilvie's land at Kent Town Memorial 336/103

OGILVIE, Walter Herbert of Pt Pirie 1889 Memorial 20/400

OGILVY, Alexander James Robertson station master Milang 1906 Memorial 228/454

OGILVY, Grahame Balfour horticulturalist Renmark, died 10/1/1921 Batheaston, England. Husband of Catherine Balfour Ogilvy of Gloucester, England Memorial 27/484

No 1

OGILVY, James carpenter Gawler 1866[-1868] Memorial 255/209

OGILVY, James carpenter [formerly of Gawler but now of] Alma Plains 1875 Memorial 104/280

No 1

OGILVY, James Littlejohn bank manager Adelaide branch of the Bank of SA Ltd 1892 Memorial 214/414

OGILVY, James Littlejohn bank manager Bank of SA Adelaide, power of attorney to Charles Manley Trelawney Fuller RUSSELL bank manager Adelaide, on behalf of the Bank of SA, to assist the liquidators (James WOODGATE, Arbuthnot William RIGBY, and Charles HIRST) to transfer the Bank’s assets and property in any of the Australian colonies to the Union Bank of Australia Ltd 30/6/1892 Deposit 89/1892

No 1

OGILVY, John William painter Gawler 1854[-1858] Memorial 378/77

OGILVY, John William painter and glazier Gawler and Elizabeth Ogilvy his wife 1857 Memorial 10/251

OGILVY, John William painter formerly of Gawler but now of Wallaroo sometimes called William Ogilvy 1863 Application 4111

OGILVY, William painter Gawler 1858[-1860] Memorial 70/167

O'GORMAN, Malachi publican Kapunda 1870[-1872] Memorial 163/248

O’GRADY, John farmer Tothill Creek Hundred of Melville land grant 1874 Grant Book 19 Page 69 County Fergusson

No 1

O'GRADY, Lawrence farmer Macclesfield 1853[-1860] Memorial 286/99

O'GRADY, Lawrence farmer Strathalbyn 1856 Memorial 285/99

O'GRADY, Lawrence farmer Torrebank near Strathalbyn, died 10/6/1868. By 1884, his widow, Ann O'Grady, was still at Torrebank, while his son, Michael O'Grady, was a farmer at Lockhart Vic Memorial 165/362

O'GRADY, Ann widow Torrebanks near Strathalbyn 1885 Memorial105/368

O'GRADY, Ann widow formerly of Torrebanks near Strathalbyn but now of Goodwood 1897 Memorial 127/432

O'GRADY, Lawrence married Ann CONSIDINE in 1844 Listownvanna, Co Clare, Ireland. A year later, the couple emigrated to SA, with a daughter. Another daughter and two sons born in SA. The eldest son, Michael O'Grady, born 1851 Bugle Ranges. Lawrence O'Grady drowned 10/10/1868 Strathalbyn. Mary HOOBIN widow Macclesfield, Lawrence O'Grady's niece, gave the above information in 1897. She had emigrated to SA in 1854, when the O'Gradys were living between Strathalbyn and Macclesfield Application 23483

O'GRADY, Lawrence farmer Tory Banks/Torey Banks Section 6251 Hundred of Macclesfield near Strathalbyn, died 10/10/1868 intestate, by drowning. His eldest son Michael O'Grady inherited as heir at law and transferred his ownership to his mother, Ann O'Grady, who died 3/4/1900. Michael O'Grady inherited the estate from his mother and placed tenants on the farm, Sections 2651, 2653 Hundred of Macclesfield. By 1913, Michael O'Grady farmer Tory Banks near Strathalbyn was of near Kojonup WA. Mary HOOBIN widow Macclesfield 1897, declared that her uncle, Lawrence O'Grady married Ann CONSIDINE in 1844 Listownvanna, Co Clare, Ireland. A little over 12 months later, the O'Gradys left for SA, with their eldest child, a girl. Their eldest son, Michael O'Grady, was born 1851 Bugle Ranges. 2 sons and 2 daughters altogether from the marriage. Mary Hoobin emigrated to SA in 1854, not clear whether married or not Application 26225

No 2

O’GRADY, Lawrence farmer Belalie. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 117 County Victoria

O’GRADY, Lawrence farmer Belalie Hundred of Willochra land grant 1882 Grant Book 24 Page 545 County Frome

O'GRADY, Michael farmer formerly of Torrebanks near Strathalbyn but now of Kojonup WA 1913 Memorial 85/468

No 2

O'GRADY, Michael and William farmers Tothill Creek 1868 Memorial 233/234

O'GRADY, Michael and Richard farmers Tothill Creek 1869 Application 9937

O'GRADY, Michael and William farmers Tothill Belt 1872 Application 12075

O’GRADY, Michael and William farmers Tothill Creek Maitland township allotment land grant 1873. They invested in a number of Yorke Peninsula township allotments during the 1870s-1880s Grant Book 19 Page 474 County Fergusson

O'GRADY, Michael farmer Tothill Creek 1879 Book 13 Page 295 County Dalhousie

No 3

O'GRADY, Michael labourer Thebarton and Mary Ann O'Grady his wife 1876 Memorial 179/299

O'GRADY, Michael labourer Thebarton 1892 Memorial 162/413

O'GRADY, Michael labourer Chapel St, Thebarton, died 20/7/1908 intestate. Husband of Mary Ann O'Grady, who died before 1926. Parents of John Michael O'Grady railway employee Chapel St, Thebarton. Estate worth £100. Francis P O'Grady telephone engineer Adelaide linked with this family Memorials 83 & 168/494

O'GRADY, Michael labourer Chapel St, Thebarton, died 20/7/1908 intestate. Estate worth £100. His widow, Mary Ann O'Grady, died intestate by 1926, leaving their son, John Michael O'Grady railway employee Chapel St, Thebarton, to take out letters of administration for both estates. Other children in the family by 1928 included Denis Francis O'Grady labourer Adelaide, Michael John O'Grady out of business Glenelg, William O'Grady drover Arltunga, Edmund Joseph John O'Grady hairdresser Glenelg Application 27556

O'GRADY, Michael Standish no description linked with William O'Grady of Carrieton 1885 Memorial 33/370

No 1

O’GRADY, Richard farmer Tothill Creek Hundred of Maitland land grant 1885 Grant Book 19 Page 107 County Fergusson

O’GRADY, Richard farmer Maitland Hundred of Maitland land grant 1903 Grant Book 19 Page 109 County Fergusson

O'GRADY, Richard farmer Maitland. WS O'Grady mentioned but not described 1885 Memorial 209/370

No 1

O'GRADY, William hotelkeeper Carrieton. Hundred of Eurelia land grant 1882 Grant Book 13 Page 381 County Dalhousie

O'GRADY, William of Carrieton 1887 Memorial 169/386

O'HAIR, James builder New Glenelg 1877 Application 16529

O'HALLORAN, Edward of Snowtown 1887 Memorial 86/386

No 1

O'HALLORAN, Edward White clerk Adelaide (Victoria Chambers) 1871 Memorials 100/251 & 16/252

O'HALLORAN, E White clerk to William BARLOW barrister Adelaide 1874[-1875] Memorial 99/271

O'HALLORAN, EW clerk to BAKER & BARLOW solicitors Adelaide 1875 Memorial 107/285

O'HALLORAN, EW solicitor Adelaide 1877 Memorial 75/298

O'HALLORAN, EW solicitor Jamestown 1878[-1880] Memorial 214/310

O'HALLORAN, Edward White solicitor Adelaide Co Adelaide. Rye (later Walloway) township allotment land grant 1882 Grant Book 13 Page 452 County Dalhousie

No 1

O'HALLORAN, Francis farmer Macclesfield 1885 Memorial 24/368

O'HALLORAN, Mary widow of Francis O'Halloran remarried to Patrick Joseph O'MEALLEY who was a labourer in Ballarat Vic by 1896 Memorial 173/429

No 1

O'HALLORAN, George Waring gentleman formerly of Adelaide 1856 but now of parts beyond the seas 1874 Application 13942

O’HALLORAN, George Waring Esquire Adelaide, about to leave the province, power of attorney to Frederick WRIGHT Esquire Adelaide, and during his absence, or death, Henry Dunkin O’HALLORAN bank manager Pt Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 1/4/1873 Deposit 130/1873

O'HALLORAN, Hector Hugh farmer Hindmarsh Valley 1929 Application 27765

No 1

O'HALLORAN, Henry Dunkin banker Pt Adelaide 1872[-1875] Memorial 168/260

O'HALLORAN, Henry Dunkin bank manager Pt Adelaide 1877 Application 16345

O'HALLORAN, Henry Dunkin Esquire manager Adelaide branch of the Commercial Bank of SA 1880 Memorial 5/328

O’HALLORAN, Henry D land broker Adelaide 1881 Application 18940

O'HALLORAN, Henry Dunkin licensed land broker Adelaide 1884, shareholder in the Lobethal Freehold Gold Mining Co which was wound up voluntarily at a meeting of shareholders held on 22/1/1884 at the Company’s registered office Albion Chambers, Waymouth St, Adelaide. Mine on Section 5127 Hundred of Onkaparinga. HD O'Halloran appointed liquidator. The assets to be auctioned off and the proceeds distributed amongst the shareholders Application 20112

O'HALLORAN, Henry Dunkin land broker Adelaide 1885 Memorial 78/377

O'HALLORAN, Henry Dunkin agent Adelaide 1890[-1890] Memorial 133/404, Application 21881

No 1

O'HALLORAN, James farmer near Riverton 1869 Application 9681

No 2

O'HALLORAN, James labourer Adelaide 1887 Memorial 52/383

O’HALLORAN, John farmer near Clare Co Stanley. Hundred of Narridy land grant 1877 Grant Book 60 Page 254 County Victoria

No 1

O'HALLORAN, JS and EWO of Clanfergeal 1870 Memorial 150/248

O'HALLORAN, Joseph Sylvester Esquire now residing in Adelaide 1871 Memorial 100/251

O'HALLORAN, Joseph Sylvester Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now residing in England 1872 Memorial 144/277

O’HALLORAN, Joseph Sylvester Esquire Glenelg, power of attorney to Frederick WRIGHT Esquire Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 20/12/1878. By 26/2/1885, when he appointed Edward White O’HALLORAN and Henry Dunkin O’HALLORAN Esquires Adelaide, his attorneys, JS O’Halloran was living in London Deposit 45/1885

O'HALLORAN, Joseph Sylvester Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now of the National Club, Whitehall Gardens, London, Middlesex, England 1880 Memorial 5/328

No 2

O'HALLORAN, Joseph Sylvester farmer Meadows. Hundred of Kuitpo land grant 1927 Grant Book 2 Page 106 County Adelaide

O'HALLORAN, JW bank clerk Mt Barker 1887 Memorial 60/383

No 1

O'HALLORAN, Martin labourer Pt Adelaide 1864 Memorial 283/197

O’HALLORAN, Martin labourer Queenstown 1880 Application 18276

O'HALLORAN, Martin labourer Queenstown, died 9/10/1890, leaving his estate to his wife, Bridget O'Halloran. She died 27/3/1897, leaving her real estate in trust to sell Application 23436

O'HALLORAN, Martin labourer Queenstown, died 9/10/1890. Husband of Bridget O'Halloran. Father of Mary Ann JOHNSON wife of Peter Alfred Johnso labourer Queenstown Memorial 145/432

O'HALLORAN, Bridget widow High St, Queenstown, died c1897. Executor; John BURICH licensed victualler Payneham Memorial 146/432

No 2

O'HALLORAN, Martin clerk to John George DALY solicitor Adelaide 1867 Memorial 183/226

O'HALLORAN, Martin clerk to John George DALY solicitor Kapunda 1868 Memorial 127/229

O'HALLORAN, Martin school master Kensington 1886 Memorial 106/377

No 1

O’HALLORAN, Matthew farmer Hamilton on the Light Co Light. Hundred of Narridy land grant 1877 Grant Book 60 Page 253 County Victoria

O’HALLORAN, Matthew farmer Narridy. Hundred of Narridy land grant 1879 Grant Book 60 Page 257 County Victoria

O'HALLORAN, Matthew farmer Hundred of Gordon Co Alfred 1885 Memorial 176/369

O'HALLORAN, Matthew farmer Hundred of Kanyaka Co Newcastle 1885 Memorial 59/372

No 1 - perhaps the same person

O'HALLORAN, Michael farmer Hamilton on the Light Co Light. Hundred of Tarcowie land grant 1878 Grant Book 13 Page 42 County Dalhousie

O'HALLORAN, Michael labourer Wilmington 1884 Memorial 223/361

O'HALLORAN, Michael linked with Sections 99, 111 Hundred of Yanyarrie Co Granville 1885[-1888] Memorial 223/366

No 1

O'HALLORAN, N manager Marocara Station Navan 1868 Memorial 150/231

O'HALLORAN, Nicholas Esquire Marocara Navan 1869 Memorial 168/240, Application 10174

O'HALLORAN, Nicholas Esquire Marocara 1870 Memorial 219/246

O’HALLLORAN, Nicholas merchant Pt Pirie. Pt Pirie (Hundred of Pirie) township allotment land grant 1872 Grant Book 60 Page 475 County Victoria

O'HALLORAN, Nicholas gentleman Riverton 1875 Memorial 121/282

O'HALLORAN, N JP agent Caltowie 1882 Memorial 109/342

O'HALLORAN, Nicholas auctioneer Caltowie 1885 Memorial 161/368

O’HALLORAN, Nicholas farmer Crystal Brook. Hundred of Crystal Brook land grant 1879 Grant Book 60 Page 227 County Victoria

O'HALLORAN, Nicholas formerly auctioneer Caltowie but now agent Adelaide 1893 Memorial 76/417

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

O'HALLORAN, N of Orroroo 1900 Memorial 126/441

O’HALLORAN, Patrick labourer Marion 1851[-early 1855] Memorials 40/36 & 77/92 Farmer Morphett Vale late 1855[-1861] Memorial 82/92

O’HALLORAN, Thomas Joseph Shuldham SM Pt Pirie. Hundred of Pirie land grant 1878 Grant Book 60 Page 289 County Victoria

No 1

O'HALLORAN, Thomas Shuldham Esquire Lizard Lodge, O'Halloran Hill, died 1870. He left his estate in varying amounts to his wife, Jane O'Halloran, and his children - Ann Helen Lucy ROEBUCK nee O'Halloran wife of Francis Algernon Disney Roebuck, Thomas Joseph Shuldham O'Halloran, George Waring O'Halloran, Frances Jane WRIGHT wife of Frederick Wright, and Henry Dunkin O'Halloran. Lesser bequests to his brother, William Littlejohn O'Halloran, and friends - James WICKHAM, John GANLEY, Joseph ANGEL, George Wickham, Patrick MCINHERNEY, Walter DAVIES, and Thomas Wickham Memorial 150/248

No 2

O'HALLORAN, Thomas Shuldam articled clerk Mt Barker 1887 Memorial 55/384

O'HALLORAN, Thomas Shuldham solicitor formerly of Steamship Buildings Currie St, Adelaide 1924 but now of Morialta Chambers, Victoria Square, Adelaide 1926 Memorial 60/496

O'HALLORAN, Thomas Shuldham one of HM Counsel formerly of Steamship Buildings, Currie St Adelaide but now of Unley Park 1935 Memorial 90/508

No 1

O'HALLORAN, WL private secretary to Governor George GREY Adelaide 1844[-1845] Memorial 492/3

O’HALLORAN, William Littlejohn private secretary to HE the Governor and Clerk to the Legislative Council 1845 Memorial 157/5 Esquire Clanfergeal near Adelaide 1849[-1853] Memorial 424/16

O'HALLORAN, William Littlejohn O'Halloran Esquire Clanfergeal near Adelaide. Husband of Eliza Minton O'Halloran 1853. Linked with Eliza O'Halloran spinster Clanfergeal Memorial 159/48

O'HALLORAN, William Littlejohn Esquire Clanfergeal father of Mary O'Halloran spinster St Marys 1859 Memorial 209/149

O'HALLORAN, William Littlejohn Esquire Clanfergeal 1861[-1871] Memorial 158/177

O'HALLORAN, William Littlejohn gentleman Sussex St, Glenelg, died 15/7/1885, of senile decay, aged 79 Application 26557

O'HANLON, Patrick farmer Para Plains near Salisbury, died 6/1/1875 intestate. The administrator, Hugh O'Hanlon labourer lived in North Adelaide in 1888 Memorial 154/393

O'HARA, Daniel publican Alma Hotel Norwood 1895 Memorial 168/426

No 1

O'HARA, George gentleman Kapunda 1854 Memorial 188/75

O'HARA, George gentleman Kapunda and Elizabeth O'Hara nee FRY his wife 1855. Likely that Dorothea Fry spinster Yankalilla was a relative to Mrs O'Hara Memorial 324/86

O'HARA, George gentleman Kapunda and Elizabeth O'Hara his wife formerly Elizabeth FRY spinstrer 1856. Linked with Dorothea fry spinster Yankalilla and Henry Fry farmer Yankalilla Memorial 135/109

O'HARA, George farmer Bagot Gap near Kapunda 1858 Memorial 137/135

O'HARA, George farmer Freeling 1864 Memorial 234/197

No 1

O'HARA, Gerald Tench gentleman Kapunda 1854 Memorial 475/73

O'HARA, Gerald Tench gentleman formerly of Kapunda but now of Crystal Brook linked with William O'Hara gentleman Kapunda 1861 Memorial 222/177

No 1

O'HARA, Henry labourer Pt Adelaide 1855[-1857] Memorial 391/88

O'HARA, Henry of Le Fevre Peninsula 1864 Memorial 68/202

O'HARA, Henry master mariner Pt Adelaide 1877 Application 16085

O'HARA, Henry of Bridgwater Le Fevre Peninsula, died 10/3/1880. Husband of Mary O'Hara. Children mentioned but not named Application 28968

O'HARA, Jane of Glenwarwick Flagstaff Hill near Eukaby 1887 Memorial 187/387

No 1

O'HARA, John farmer Kapunda 1856[-1857] Memorial 90/114

O'HARA, John farmer New Potsdam near Freeling 1862 Memorial 153/184

No 2

O'HARA, John farmer Balaklava 1881 Memorial 220/334

O'HARA, John farmer Hundred of Stow 1881 Memorial 27/330

No 1

O’HARA, Patrick farmer Gum Creek Hundred of Terowie land grant 1877 Grant Book 40 Page 4 County Kimberley

O’HARA, Patrick farmer Gum Flat Hundred of Terowie land grant 1880 Grant Book 40 Page 12 County Kimberley

O’HARA, Patrick farmer Yarcowie Hundred of Terowie land grant 1883 Grant Book 40 Page 18 County Kimberley

No 2

O'HARA, Patrick railway employee Pt Lincoln 1928 Memorial 62/49

No 1

O'HARA, Samuel publican Exchange Hotel, Pt Adelaide 1893 Memorial 140/416

O'HARA, Samuel formerly publican Alma Hotel Norwood, but now gone away 1896 Memorial 27/429

O'HARA, Samuel publican Kent Town Hotel Kent Town 1903 Memorial 139/449

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

O'HARA, William clerk Kapunda 1853[-1854] Memorial 377/52

O'HARA, William the Elder gentleman near Kapunda 1867 Memorial 2/219

O'HARA, William the Younger gentleman Kapunda 1853 Memorial 499/58

O'HARA, William clerk and Gerald Tench O'Hara gentleman both of Kapunda 1854 Memorial 475/73

O'HARA, William gentleman Woodside near Kapunda 1861[-1864] Memorial 224/177

O'HARA, William gentleman formerly of Woodside near Kapunda but now of Adelaide 1867 Memorial 232/224

No 1

O'HARE, Oliver stationman Willaston married 28/10/1864, Mary FLANAGAN. Oliver O'Hare died 27/10/1889. Mary O'Hare still at Willaston by 1896 Memorial 159/427

O'HARE, Mary widow Willaston 1892[-1921] Memorial 37/413

O'HAWAY, Thomas shop assistant to KINGSBOROUGH & SIEKMANN storekeepers Saddleworth 1863 Memorial 219/190

OHLMEYER, Albert watchmaker Tanunda linked with Otto Ohlmeyer winegrower Tanunda 1897 Memorial 75/430

No 1

OHLMEYER, Ernst Martin Carl butcher formerly of Adelaide, but now of Albany WA, power of attorney to Johannes Carl Friedrich BRANDENBURG agent Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 2/3/1872 Deposit 45/1872

OHLMEYER, Carl of Adelaide 1875 Memorial 33/280

OHLMEYER, Ernst Martin Carl gentleman Kooringa 1875 Memorial 217/280

OHLMEYER, Johann Gabriel Martin storekeeper Adelaide (Gawler Place) 1854 Memorial 191/67

No 1

OHLMEYER, Wilhelm carman Adelaide 1854 Memorial 378/73

OHLMEYER, Wilhelm Anton carrier Adelaide 1858 Memorial 198/144

OHLMEYER, Wilhelm Anton grocer Adelaide 1866 Application 7081.

OHLMEYER, WA hotelkeeper Tanunda 1874 Memorial 171/278

OHLMEYER, Wilhelm Anton formerly grocer Adelaide (Gawler Place) but now licensed victualler Tanunda 1878 Application 16789.

OHRTMANN, Theodor farmer Sedan 1909 Grant Book 17 Page 38 County Eyre

No 1

OHLSTROM, Pohl mason Warooka Hundred of Para Wurlie land grant 1883 Grant Book 19 Page 9 County Fergusson

OHLSTROM, Pohl farmer Warooka 1886 Memorial 216/377

OHLSTROM, PA solicitor Adelaide 1930 Memorial 130/503

OINN, William Sherry blockholder Mylor, died 26/4/1888. His widow, Esther Oinn, still lived at Mylor in 1900. Estate worth £20. Edward James Oinn and Thomas George Oinn gardeners Mylor belonged to this family Memorials 108 & 109/441

No 1

OKE, Charles Colwell printer Adelaide 1853 Memorial 338/58
OKE, Charles Colwell formerly printer Adelaide 1853 but now of David St, Albury NSW 1876 Application 15443

No 1

OKE, Philip James carpenter Woodside 1856[-1868] Memorial 340/139

OKE, Philip James carpenter formerly of Woodside but now of Georgetown 1899 Memorial 118/437

OKE, Philip James carpenter formerly Woodside late of near the Post Office Bagot Well 1869 but now of George Town 1899. He became a bankrupt in 1870 for failure to repay a £97/12/4 mortgage loan to Joseph REMFREY gentleman Woodside. Seth FERRY sold Oke's allotments 14 and 23 in Woodside by public auction on 19/1/1870 at the Bedford Hotel. Elizabeth CORRELL of Woodside bought the property Application 23760

O'KEEFE, Bridget married woman 20 Sussex St, Lower North Adelaide, died 22/12/1916. Mother of Thomas O'Keefe labourer of the same address Memorial 95/475

O’KEEFE, Jeremiah Edward butcher Adelaide, power of attorney

to George Francis MICHELL solicitor Flinders St, Adelaide, to

manage his SA business affairs 14/2/1891 Deposit 58/1891

O'KEEFE, John farmer Bugle Ranges 1855[-1859] Memorial 76/140

O'KEEFE, John George Clerk of the Local Court Robe 1858[-1867] Memorial 207/139

No 1

O'KEEFE, Matthew dairyman North Adelaide 1867 Memorial 64/225

O'KEEFE, Matthew [formerly dairyman but now] gentleman North Adelaide 1882 Memorial 19/343

No 1

O'KEEFE, Patrick bootmaker Kapunda 1878 Application 16698.

O'KEEFE, Patrick bootmaker Kapunda 1880 Memorial 140/327

O’KEEFE, Patrick bootmaker Kapunda 1884. His wife called Honor Application 20207.

No 1

OKELY, Christopher Whiperman blacksmith Dawson Dawson (Hundred of Coglin) township allotment land grant 1881 Grant Book 34 Page 4 County Herbert

OKELY, Christopher Whipperman undertaker Dawson trustee unnamed Cemetery Hundred of Coglin land grant 1883 Grant Book 34 Page 85 County Herbert

OKELY, Christopher Whipperman hotelkeeper Dawson Thornton (Hundred of Cavenagh) township allotment land grant 1884 Grant Book 34 Page 104 County Herbert

OKELY, Christopher Whipperman carpenter Thornton trustee unnamed Cemetery Hundred of Cavenagh land grant 1887 Grant Book 34 Page 22 County Herbert

OKELY, Christopher Whipperman storekeeper Dawson Dawson (Hundred of Coglin) township allotment land grant 1891 Grant Book 34 Page 6 County Herbert

OKELY, Christopher Whipperman farmer Dawson Dawson Thornton (Hundred of Cavenagh) township allotment land grant 1886 Grant Book 34 Page 104 County Herbert

OKELY, Henry of Elliston 1886 Memorial 156/375

OKELY, Thomas Charles storekeeper Dawson trustee unnamed Cemetery Hundred of Coglin land grant 1883 Grant Book 34 Page 85 County Herbert

OKELY, William Alexander accountant Woodville 1889 Memorial 54/397

OKEY, George farmer Auburn 1863 Memorial 333/188

No 1

OKEY, Henry storekeeper and hawker Bramfield Bramfield (Hundred of Ward) township allotment land grant 1877[-1878] Grant Book 48 Page 2 County Musgrave

OKEY, Henry storekeeper Bramfield trustee Institute Bramfield Bramfield (Hundred of Ward) township allotment land grant 1882 Grant Book 48 Page 4 County Musgrave

O'LACHLAN, John Dixon chemist Pt Pirie changed his name to John Dixon MCLACHLAN 1927 Memorial 135/496

OLAFSEN, Heinrich Emil watchmaker Nuriootpa 1865 Application 5951

OLAFSEN, John boot repairer Gawler, aged 66 in 1937, declared that he had lived in Gawler for 36 years Application 28066

OLARENSHAW, Charles licensed victualler Black Forest Inn 1855 7 year lease of the Forrester's and Squatters' Arms Thebarton at £300 a year Memorial 134/89

O'LAUGHLAN, Dennis labourer Adelaide 1853 Memorial 55/56

O'LOUGHLIN, John Sylvanus formerly caretaker Adelaide (Little Sturt St) 1909 but now undischarged patient at the Parkside Mental Hospital 1916 Memorial 33/474

OLBRICH, Jacob labourer Queenstown 1877 Application 15735

OLDFIELD, Agnes married woman Milang 1898 Memorial 183/434

OLDFIELD, Henry farmer Myponga Hundred of Redhill land grant 1879[-1880] Grant Book 14 Page 372 County Daly

No 1 - possibly the same person

OLDFIELD, Joseph builder Glen Osmond Rd, Parkside 1878 Application 16991

OLDFIELD, Joseph builder Milang 1882 Memorial 18/343

No 1 - possibly the same person

OLDFIELD, Josiah yeoman Noarlunga 1850[-1853] Memorial 109/28

OLDFIELD, Josiah engineer Morphett Vale 1854 Memorial 297/79

OLDFIELD, Josiah engineer Goolwa 1858 Memorial 48/142

OLDFIELD, Josiah engineer Goolwa 1866 Application 7914

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

OLDFIELD, Josiah builder Glen Osmond near Adelaide 1875 Memorial 78/285

No 1

OLDFIELD, Norman Howard chaff and grain merchant Pt Lincoln 1933 Memorial 111/507

OLDFIELD, Norman Howard museum attendant Adelaide (288 Hindley St) 1945 Memorial 138/519

OLDFIELD, Norman Howard formerlyh chaff and grain merchant Pt Lincoln but now museum attendant Adelaide (288 Hindley St) 1947 Memorial 92/521

OLDFIELD, Reginald Henry farmer Myponga 1929 Memorial 8/502

No 1

OLDFIELD, Robert builder Frewville 1877, son of Joseph Oldfield builder Glen Osmond Application 16198

OLDFIELD, Robert the Younger mason Parkside 1878 Application 16991

No 1

OLDFIELD, William H of Pt Adelaide 1887 Memorial 133/388

OLDFIELD, William Henry baker Portland Estate 1894 Application 22642

OLDHAM, Alfred Mulville a minor of the Semaphore Co Adelaide. Flinders (later Streaky Bay Hundred of Ripon) township allotment land grant 1885 Grant Book 66 Page 187 County Robinson

OLDHAM, Arthur E and John solicitors Melbourne Vic 1893 Memorial 37/419

No 1

OLDHAM, Charles Augustus clerk Adelaide Elliston (Hundred of Ward) township allotment land grant 1879 Grant Book 48 Page 41 County Musgrave

OLDHAM, Charles A of Semaphore 1882 Memorial 236/338

OLDHAM, Charles Augustus land agent Adelaide (King William St) carrying on business under the style or firm of Nathaniel Oldham & Sons, became an insolvent in 1893 Memorial 177/419

OLDHAM, Charles Augustus land agent formerly of Adelaide but now of parts beyond the seas 1902 Memorial 196/445

OLDHAM, Charles C branch bank manager Willunga 1879[-1889] Memorial 205/314

OLDHAM, Clement clerk to Nathaniel Oldham of Adelaide 1868 Memorial 120/230

OLDHAM, CH clerk to Nathaniel Oldham of Adelaide 1879 Memorial 57/319

No 1

OLDHAM, Ernest W law clerk Adelaide 1880 Memorial 197/324

OLDHAM, Ernest W articled clerk Adelaide 1881 Memorial 42/338

OLDHAM, Ernest William law clerk Adelaide 1882 Application 19206

OLDHAM, Ernest William gentleman Adelaide 1887 Memorial 151/388

OLDHAM, Ernest William gentleman Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of Napperby land grant 1888 Grant Book 60 Page 392 County Victoria

OLDHAM, George clerk Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of Napperby land grant 1878 Grant Book 60 Page 388 County Victoria

No 1
OLDHAM, George Edmund a nephew of Nathaniel Oldham Esquire Adelaide 1861 Memorial 220/179

OLDHAM, George Edmund gentleman Adelaide 1880 Application 18197

OLDHAM, GE agent Adelaide 1905 Memorial 21/453

OLDHAM, GS agent Adelaide 1910 Memorial 219/463

No 1

OLDHAM, Harry Ross clerk Semaphore Co Adelaide. Wilson [also known as Kanyaka Siding] (Hundred of Cudlamudla) township allotment land grant 1884 Grant Book 49 Page 168 County Newcastle

OLDHAM, Harry Ross clerk Semaphore Co Adelaide. Marree (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1884 Grant Book 65 Page 138 County Not named

OLDHAM, JR clerk Adelaide 1873 Memorial 106/266

OLDHAM, Lucy Ann formerly licensed victualler North Adelaide but now married woman Nairne 1903 Memorial 42/448

OLDHAM, Nathaniel of Adelaide and Ellen Maria Oldham his wife 1880 Application 18197

OLDHAM, Nora Creina of Mt Lofty 1894 Memorial 165/422

OLDHAM, Richard Samuel Clerk in Holy Orders 2 Queen’s Crescent Glasgow, Co Lanark, Scotland, power of attorney to Nathaniel OLDHAM gentleman Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 29/11/1871. By 20/7/1889, when he appointed Charles Augustus OLDHAM gentleman Adelaide, as his attorney, he was living at Little Chard Rectory, Ashford, Kent, England Deposits 13/1872, 15/1889

OLDHAM, Thomas F auctioneer and commission agent Auburn 1870 Memorial 102/248

No 1

OLDHAM, W purser Kapunda Copper Mine Kapunda 1850[-1871] Memorials 267/27 & 41/256

OLDHAM, William Minister of the Gospel Kapunda 1854[-1864] Memorial 416/63

OLDHAM, William Manager of the Kapunda Mining Co Ltd Kapunda 1866 Memorial 23/217

OLDHAM, William surveyor Kapunda 1876 Memorial 201/293

OLDHAM, William surgeon Kapunda, died 13/7/1885, of old age, aged 75 Application 21071

OLDHAM, William Benjamin Deputy Commissioner of the Santal Pargannahs, in the Indian Civil Service, Dumkah, Bengal, power of attorney to Edward SALTER Esquire Angaston, to sell his property known as Garrowen Farm 17/9/1882 Deposit 259/1882

OLDHAM, William J bank manager Gawler 1874 Application 22054

OLDING, John Guye cabinetmaker Adelaide 1876[-1877] Memorial 190/288

No 1 - perhaps the same person

OLDLAND, James labourer Nailsworth 1867 Memorial 62/224

OLDLAND, James plasterer Edithburgh 1877 Memorial 232/299

OLDLAND, James plasterer North Adelaide 1878 Grant Book 19 Page 82 County Fergusson

OLDLAND, Joseph carter Coonatto 1862 Application 2791

No 1

OLDMAN, Alfred labourer Philp Town 1865 Memorial 116/202

OLDMAN, Agnes Mary nee ADEY formerly of Millbrook wife of Albert OLDMAN formerly farmer Chain of Ponds but now gardener Queenstown 1892 Application 22295

No 1

OLDROYD, John farmer Section 1804 Hundred of Strathalbyn 1854 Memorial 227/65

OLDROYD, John farmer The Bremer 1856 Memorial 351/98

OLDROYD, John and Joshua farmers The Bremer 1859 Memorial 142/151

OLDROYD, John farmer formerly of the Bremer 1859 but now of New Bridge near Sandhurst Vic 1872 Application 12141

No 1

OLDROYD, Joshua farmer Tin Pot 1861 Memorial 132/177

OLDROYD, Joshua farmer formerly of The Bremer River but now of New Bridge near Sandhurst Vic 1861 Memorial 331/177

No 1 - likely to be the same person

OLDS, James of the Hundred of Tickera 1883 Memorial 16/352

OLDS, James and John farmers Tickera 1888[-1891] Memorial 52/392

OLDS, James farmer Kadina linked with John Olds farmer Tickera 1888 Memorial 129/393

OLDS, John farmer Tickera. Hundred of Tickera land grant 1891 Grant Book 14 Page 214 County Daly

No 1

OLDS, Richard farmer near Moonta 1888 Memorial 194/393

OLDS, Richard farmer Moonta Mines 1898[-1904] Memorial 182/435

OLDS, Richard farmer formerly of Moonta Mines but now of near Moonta 1904 Memorial 94/450

O'LEARY, Agnes hotelkeeper Belair Hotel Belair 1922 Memorial 73/486

O'LEARY, Ambrose Arthur farmer Salisbury 1942 Application 28306

No 1 - the Elder

O'LEARY, Andrew farmer Para Plains 1853[-1854] Memorial 390/60

O'LEARY, Andrew farmer formerly of the Para Plains 1853 but now of near Salisbury 1864 [likely to be the same place??] Application 5280

No 2 - the Younger

O'LEARY, Andrew farmer Golden Grove 1893 Memorial 132/416

O'LEARY, Andrew farmer Golden Grove 1916, linked with William Joseph O'Leary farmer Salisbury Application 26534

No 1

O'LEARY, Arthur, John and Thomas butchers Kooringa trading under the style or firm of DJ O'Leary 1909[-1914] Memorial 206/460

O'LEARY, Arthur, Thomas and John butchers Kooringa 1915 Memorial 114/473

O'LEARY, Arthur butcher Queen St, Kooringa, died 9/9/1925. Husband of Ada O'Leary. Father of Margaret Agnes O'Leary, Mary Teresa O'Leary and Thomas O'Leary Memorial 88/494

No 1 - perhaps the same person

O'LEARY, Daniel licensed victualler Sod Hut Inn near the Burra 1852[-1855] Memorial 436/45

O'LEARY, Daniel of Stirling North 1886 Memorial 27/377

No 2

O'LEARY, Daniel farmer Mt Gambier 1871 Memorial 32/252

O’LEARY, Daniel farmer near Mt Gambier Hundred of Young land grant 1898 Grant Book 30 Page 128 County Grey

No 3

O’LEARY, Daniel farmer Wirrabara Wirrabara township allotment land grant 1877 Grant Book 24 Page 525 County Frome

No 1

O'LEARY, Daniel James butcher Aberdeen 1877 Memorial 119/303

O'LEARY, Daniel James butcher Kooringa 1881 Memorial 59/332

O'LEARY, Daniel James butcher Kooringa 1902 Application 24388

O'LEARY, David farmer Salisbury 1918 Application 26725

No 1

O’LEARY, Dennis carpenter Adelaide 1840 Application 20469

O'LEARY, Dennis carpenter Adelaide (Gouger St) 1848[-1849] Memorial 330/11 Carpenter Adelaide [perhaps Flinders St?] 1850[-1864] Memorial 315/19

O'LEARY, Dennis John publican York township on the Port Road and Ellen Teresa O'Leary his wife 1926 Memorial 2/496

O'LEARY, Ellen Teresa publican Black Lion Hotel, Richard St, Hindmarsh 1926 Memorial 198/495

No 1 - perhaps the same person

O'LEARY, Edward ostler Auburn 1868 Memorial 33/234

O'LEARY, Edward ostler Auburn 1868 Application 9537

O'LEARY, Edward farmer Auburn 1872 Memorial 52/258

O'LEARY, Edward formerly ostler 1870 but now farmer Auburn 1877 Application 15837

O’LEARY, Edward yeoman Auburn 1890 Application 21932

O'LEARY, Gladys Doreen married woman Pt Lincoln, aged 32 in 1953 Application 28971

O'LEARY, Humphrey James school teacher Richmond. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1915 Grant Book 2 Page 34 County Adelaide

O'LEARY, James farmer Pine Creek Hundred of Upper Wakefield Co Stanley 1865[-1872] Memorial 334/201

O'LEARY, James railway labourer Black Rock Plain. Dalton (later Black Rock Hundred of Black Rock Plain) township allotment land grant 1885 Grant Book 13 Page 446 County Dalhousie

O'LEARY, John farmer near Marrabel on the Dirty Light 1879 Memorial 163/314

No 1

O'LEARY, John Henry farmer Hindmarsh 1890[-1898] Memorial 2/403

O'LEARY, John Henry farmer formerly of Hindmarsh but now of Stanley Flat 1907 Application 25297

O'LEARY, John Henry farmer Clare and Mary Elizabeth O'Leary his wife 1909 Application 25597

O'LEARY, John Henry retired farmer Clare 1919 Memorial 112/479

O'LEARY, John William saddle and harness maker Stepney 1921 Application 26970

No 1

O'LEARY, Leo accountant Oakbank 1917 Memorial 54/475

O'LEARY, Leo accountant Oakbank 1917 Application 26584

O'LEARY, Leo company secretary Balhannah 1953, declared that continuously since 1905, he had been Secretary of J & AG JOHNSTON Ltd of Oakbank, duly incorporated in 1901 Application 28932

No 1

O'LEARY, Michael groom Kapunda 1868 Memorial 18/228

No 2

O’LEARY, Michael farmer Hundred of Riddoch Hundred of Riddoch land grant 1898 Grant Book 31 Page 357 County Grey

No 1

O'LEARY, Patrick farmer Templers and O'LEARY, Edward ostler Auburn 1873 administrators of the estate of the late Michael O'Leary ostler formerly of Kapunda Application 13119

No 2

O’LEARY, Patrick farmer Hamilton 1885 Application 20769

O'LEARY, Richard farmer Bull Creek 1861 Memorial 234/184

O’LEARY, Samuel farmer Mt Gambier 1886 Application 20960

No 1

O'LEARY, Stephen shoemaker Adelaide 1875 Memorial 132/282

O'LEARY, Stephen shoemaker Adelaide and Ann O'Leary his wife 1877 Memorial 20/301

No 1 - probably the same person

O'LEARY, Thomas barman Pt Adelaide 1867 Memorial 26/221

O'LEARY, Thomas licensed victualler Adelaide (Commercial Inn Grenfell St). 7-year lease at £5 a week 1870[-1872] Memorial 249/248

O'LEARY, William farmer Para Plains 1889[-1897] Memorial 225/399

O'LEARY, William Joseph farmer Salisbury 1917 Memorial 93/475

OLIFANT, WR clerk to Messrs GORDON, BRIGHT & ANDERSON solicitors Adelaide 1900 Memorial 151/440

No 1 - probably the same person

OLIFENT, Frank gentleman Adelaide 1875 Application 14736

OLIFENT, Frank civil servant Adelaide 1894 Application 22805

OLIFENT, Harry Smith of Adelaide 1870 and Alice Elizabeth Olifent his wife nee Alice Elizabeth ROBINSON of Encounter Bay 1858 Application 10859

OLIFENT, James Smith storekeeper Macclesfield 1857 Memorial 51/131

OLIFENT, John draper's assistant Moonta 1884 Memorial 83/358

No 1

OLIFENT, William Smith licensed victualler North Road 1853 He leased the Windmill Inn for 7 years at £2 a week payable monthly on Monday Memorial 177/52

OLIFENT, William Smith licensed victualler North Adelaide 1855 Memorial 40/84

OLIFENT, William Smith licensed victualler Moonta. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1867[-1869] Grant Book 14 Page 55 County Daly

OLIFENT, William Smith hotelkeeper Moonta Co Daly. Maitland township allotment land grant 1873 Grant Book 19 Page 476 County Fergusson

No 1 - likely to be the same person

OLIPHANT, George farmer Wallaroo 1883 Memorial 53/352

OLIPHANT, George farmer Tickera 1883[-1885] Memorial 170/352

OLIPHANT, Mary widow Tickera 1888 Memorial 64/394

OLIPHANT, Mary widow Tickera. Probably relict of the late George Oliphant, who became a bankrupt before his death 1889 Memorial 21/400

No 1

OLIPHANT, William labourer Le Fevre Peninsula 1853[-1856] Memorial 43/49

OLIPHANT, William shipwright Le Fevre Peninsula 1853 Memorial 379/56

OLIPHANT, William labourer Rosewater 1857[-1860] Memorial 196/134

OLIPHANT, William formerly labourer Le Fevre Peninsula but now police constable Pt Adelaide 1856 Memorial 4/111

OLIPHANT, William police constable Pt Adelaide 1857 Memorial 284/122

OLIPHANT, William carter Wallaroo Bay 1864 Memorial 99/199

OLIPHANT, William formerly police constable Pt Adelaide 1856 but now carter Wallaroo Bay 1866 Application 7259

OLIPHANT, William carter Wallaroo. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1867 Grant Book 14 Page 68 County Daly

OLIPHANT, William [formerly carter but then] farmer Wallaroo 1874 Grant Book 14 Page 68 County Daly

OLIPHANT, William John farmer Tickera 1888 Memorial 61/394

OLIPSON, John grocer Adelaide 1885 Memorial 240/370

No 1

OLIVE, Robert sawyer The Tiers 1849 Memorial 300/14

OLIVE, Robert sawyer formerly of The Tiers near Adelaide but now of Malmesbury Vic 1858 Memorial 70/134

OLIVE, Robert Willcox coach builder Adelaide (Father: John Olive) remarried to Elisabeth OPEY widow Unley (Father: William M Opey) on 5/2/1870 St Michael's Mitcham. Minister: Henry READ. Witnesses: George ETHERIDGE mason Goodwood and Grace Etheridge of Goodwood Park. The first Mrs Olive, Elizabeth Olive, had died 6/11/1890 Park Tce, North Goodwood, of vulva sarcoma, aged 66. Elisabeth Opey's first husband, John William Opey, sub-editor Brown St, Adelaide, had died 29/11/1885 Adelaide Lunatic Asylum, of general paralysis of the insane, aged 34. [There appears to be something of a puzzle here - Annie Paskyne CREAGH wife of Herbert George Creagh postmaster Israelite Bay WA, claimed that she had a right to the land, because journalist JW Opie was her 1st husband.] No children of the marriage. Ethel Vivienne Opey spinster Third Ave, East Adelaide, claimed to be his daughter, turning 21 on 9/9/1906. JW Opey's estate worth £100 Application 25209

OLIVER, Andrew contractor Pt Victor. Linked with Robert Oliver quarryman Pt Victor 1887[-1888] Memorials 41 & 130/389

OLIVER, Archibald farmer Hundred of Wandearah 1888 Memorial 21/394

No 1

OLIVER, Charles mason Glenelg 1870 Memorial 85/244

OLIVER, Charles the Elder mason Glenelg 1874[-1876] Memorial 88/272

OLIVER, Charles mason New Glenelg 1875 Memorial 78/281

OLIVER, Charles builder New Glenelg 1882 Application 19206.

OLIVER, Charles formerly mason but now builder New Glenelg 1914 Memorial 24/471, Application 26357

No 2

OLIVER, Charles steam boat proprietor Milang 1874 Application 13767

OLIVER, Charles river trader Milang Co Hindmarsh. Mobilong (later Murray Bridge Hundred of Mobilong) township allotment land grant 1884 Grant Book 58 Page 216 County Sturt

OLIVER, Charles mariner Milang 1901 Memorial 205/442

OLIVER, Charles master mariner Milang and Catherine Oliver his wife 1903 Memorial 87/448

OLIVER, Charles master mariner Milang 1908[-1915] Memorial 20/459

OLIVER, Charles formerly Murray trader but then out of business Watson St, Milang, died 5/3/1923 Strathalbyn. Husband of Catherine Oliver. Father of Oscar Robert Oliver, Charles Lawrence Oliver, Margaret Oliver, Janet Oliver, George Oliver and Bruce Oliver. Executors; Joseph HARRINGTON warehouseman Prospect and Charles Henry DENTON chaff merchant Prospect Memorial 6/488

OLIVER, Catherine widow Milang, died 9/2/1924 Strathalbyn Memorial 168/490

No 1

OLIVER, David yeoman Willunga 1852[-1854] Memorial 445/42

OLIVER, David farmer Willunga, died c1857. He left his farm in trust to his wife, Elizabeth Oliver, until his eldest son, John Oliver, turned 21. After that, Elizabeth Oliver had the right to live in the farm house until her death, provided the son paid his mother £60 a year rental for the farmland, 'at the same time iving the executors discretionary power to reduce such rent to £50 per annum should they consider the first mentioned rent is too high' Memorial 277/124

OLIVER, David of Willunga, died 26/7/1857. His widow, Elizabeth Oliver of Adelaide, died 12/10/1887. Their family in 1888 - Thomas Oliver licensed victualler Adelaide, James Oliver licensed victualler Adelaide, Ellen TAYLOR wife of Alexander Taylor licensed victualler Adelaide, Fannie ANDERSON wife of Alexander Anderson licensed victualler North Adelaide, John Oliver blacksmith Forest Range. Daughter Mary Ann Oliver was still alive in 1868 - no mention of her in 1888 Memorial 97/393

OLIVER, David farmer Section 257 near Willunga and his wife, Elizabeth Oliver, had the following family - Mary Ann Oliver born 20/7/1844; Hellen Oliver born 20/8/1846; John Oliver born 29/12/1848; Emily Oliver born 18/5/1850; Fanny Oliver born 8/6/1852; James Oliver born 21/3/1855, Thomas Oliver born 1/1/1857 Application 21482

OLIVER, Elizabeth widow and insolvent debtor Willunga 1862, relict of David Oliver who died 26/7/1857 Memorial 293/185

OLIVER, Elizabeth widow North Adelaide mother of John Oliver blacksmith Wallaroo 1872 Memorial 79/262

OLIVER, Elizabeth widow Pt Adelaide relict of the late David Oliver. Children included Ellen, Emily, Fanny, James and Thomas Oliver of Pt Adelaide late 1872 Memorial 122/262

OLIVER, Elizabeth widow Adelaide owned land at Willunga 1880 Memorial 49/328

OLIVER, Elizabeth widow Adelaide, died 12/10/1887. The executor, Alexander TAYLOR publican Adelaide, to sell her estate and distribute the proceeds equally absolutely amongst her children. Estate worth £50 Application 21482

OLIVER, Elizabeth widow Adelaide, died 12/10/1887. Her husband, David Oliver of Willunga, had left her his farm Section 257 Hundred of Willunga to manage until their eldest son, John Oliver, turned 21. The son then took over the farm until his mother died or remarried - until she did either of these things, she had the right to live in the stone farmhouse on the property. Mrs Oliver became a bankrupt in 1862, but the creditors could not take the trust property. Son John Oliver and daughter Mary Ann ANDERSON [name appears to be incorrect] gave up their right to a share in their father's estate once their mother had died. Daughter Emily MCMULLEN, died before her mother. Family in 1888 included - Thomas Oliver licensed victualler Adelaide, James Oliver licensed victualler Adelaide, Ellen TAYLOR wife of Alexander Taylor licensed victualler Adelaide, Fannie ANDERSON wife of Alexander Anderson licensed victualler North Adelaide and John Oliver blacksmith Forest Range. Executors; George SARA builder Willunga and Sampson BASTIAN out of business Willunga Memorial 126/393 & RPA Search 2296

No 1

OLIVER, Francis Beavor police trooper Bordertown. Bordertown (Hundred of Tatiara) allotment land grant 1863 Grant Book 66 Page 58 County Buckingham

OLIVER, Francis Beavor storekeeper Bordertown. Bordertown (Hundred of Tatiara) allotment land grant 1868 Grant Book 66 Page 68 County Buckingham

OLIVER, Francis Beavor storekeeper Bordertown 1869[-1885] Application 10432, Memorial 109/247

OLIVER, Francis Beavor farmer Bordertown. Hundred of Tatiara land grant 1876 Grant Book 7 Page 5 County Buckingham

OLIVER, Francis Beavor farmer Bordertown 1882 Application 19231. Storekeeper Bordertown 1883 Application 19998

OLIVER, Jack manufacturer 13 Ruthven Ave, Glandore 1954 Memorial 20/529

No 1

OLIVER, James farmer Mt Torrens 1843 Memorial 187/3

OLIVER, James shepherd to Mr LITTLE of Craigie Lea, died 19/8/1844 intestate and unmarried. William Oliver shepherd Glenmaddie, Sayquhar, Co Dumfries, Scotland, and Janet Oliver spinster Amisfield Townfoot, Co Dumfries, Scotland, brother and sister and next of kin to James Oliver, power of attorney to Messrs FLETT and LINKLATER merchants Hindley St, Adelaide, and William MCVITTIE shepherd Craigie Lea, to sell his estate , settle his business affairs and transmit the funds to Scotland 13/3/1846. 17/12/1846 The Olivers sold their brother’s Section 7044 Sources of the Torrens Special Survey to Thomas SCOTT farmer Barossa Special Survey, for £64. [Did William Oliver eventually emigrate to Kooringa in the mid-1850s?] Deposit 431/1856

No 2

OLIVER, James mason Glenelg 1872[-1875] Memorial 218/261

OLIVER, James mason New Glenelg 1878 Application 16856

No 3 – perhaps the same person

OLIVER, James miner Kapunda 1878 Application 16593

OLIVER, James labourer Hansborough Hundred of Julia Creek land grant 1896 Grant Book 44 Page 81 County Light

No 4

OLIVER, James of the East Torrens Hotel Magill 1896 Memorial 151/427

OLIVER, JH secretary to Mann's Motors Ltd of Franklin St, Adelaide 1926 Memorial 134/495

No 1

OLIVER, John miner Adelaide 1853 Memorial 79/49

No 2

OLIVER, John farmer McLaren Vale 1858 Memorial 333/172

OLIVER, John farmer Noarlunga and OLIVER, Archibald farmer McLaren Vale 1901, oldest and youngest son respectively, of William Oliver farmer White Hill Farm near Noarlunga. John Oliver arrived from England with his family in 1839, when he was 3 years old, and came to live on White Hill Farm for the rest of his life. Archibald Oliver was born 20/5/1853 White Hill Farm. He lived on the farm next door as an adult. Frederick Robert NIXON of Walkerville lived with the Olivers during c1860 for about a year, before leaving permanently for Sydney NSW. He probably died in the early 1860s. James Henderson merchant Adelaide went to the Victorian gold diggings c1852 - he was probably dead by 1901. Another man called Gavin HARDIE gentleman formerly of Lancefield near Glasgow, Scotland, joined the above men in opening a copper mine on Section 63 Hundred of Willunga, which was declared worthless in 1860 and which William Oliver purchased to go with White Hill Farm. The mine drive still clearly visible in 1901. [It appears that John and Archibald Oliver's father, William Oliver the Younger, died in 1895. This William Oliver's father, William Oliver the Elder, died 1888. Confusion about the true identity of FR Nixon, who took out the land grant on 13/6/1845] Application 24207

No 3

OLIVER, John 25 blacksmith Adelaide (Father: David Oliver) married Margaret PARSONS 22 spinster Alberton (Father: John Parsons) on 16/1/1875 Commercial Hotel Pt Adelaide. Minister: P MACLAREN. Witnesses: Maggie Anderson and Thomas Oliver of Adelaide. BY 1880, John Oliver had moved his blacksmithing business to Alberton Application 17832

No 4

OLIVER, John of the Hundred of Bundey 1885 Memorial 125/367

No 5

OLIVER, John and Robert Hobkirk Oliver farmers Pinkerton Plains 1906[-1911] Memorial 183/455

OLIVER, Jonathan gardener :Piccadilly 1912 Memorial 186/471

OLIVER, Jonathan Lawrey and Thomas Oliver gardeners New Tiers 1882 Memorial 147/343

OLIVER, Joseph carrier Adelaide (Currie St) 1853[-1882] Memorial 59/58

OLIVER, Kate A governess Woolgangi Station near Kooringa 1937 Memorial 176/511

OLIVER, Mary Ann widow Terowie Hundred of Terowie land grant 1880 Grant Book 40 Page 15 County Kimberley FIND HUSBAND

No 1

OLIVER, Maurice labourer Morphett Vale 1876 Memorial 241/290

OLIVER, Maurice farmer Morphett Vale 1876 Memorial 13/292

No 1 - likely that Maurice and Morris Oliver were the same person

OLIVER, Morris labourer Hurtle Vale 1856 Memorial 149/114

OLIVER, Morris gardener Morphett Vale 1877[-1892] Memorial 35/305

No 1

OLIVER, Nicholas labourer Bowden 1849 Memorial 260/18

OLIVER, Nicholas labourer North Adelaide (Tynte St) 1854 Memorial 245/69

OLIVER, Nicholas miner North Adelaide Co Adelaide. Moonto (Hundred of Wallaroo) township allotment land grant 1863 Grant Book 14 Page 114 County Daly

OLIVER, Nicholas miner formerly of Tynte St, North Adelaide, but now of Moonta 1874 Memorial 13/277

No 1

OLIVER, Richard tailor Adelaide 1853 Memorial 217/61

OLIVER, Richard tailor Adelaide and Eliza Oliver his wife 1854 Memorial 250/355

OLIVER, Robert William farmer McLaren Vale 1950 Application 28751

OLIVER, Sampson miner Kapunda 1865 Memorial 75/204

OLIVER, Samuel works foreman Osmond Tce, Norwood 1914 Application 26369

No 1

OLIVER, Thomas storekeeper Waukaringa Waukaringa township allotment land grant 1889 Grant Book 45 Page 3 County Lytton

No 2

OLIVER, Thomas District Council clerk Piccadilly 1923[-1934] Memorial 100/489, Application 27946

OLIVER, TB storkekeeper Bordertown 1874 Memorial 40/279

OLIVER, Thomas Benjamin photographer Queenstown 1893 Application 22516

OLIVER, WE farmer Findon 1897 Application 23430

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

OLIVER, William farmer Noarlunga 1846[-1874] Memorial 210/104

OLIVER, William farmer Noarlunga Co Adelaide. Crystal Brook (Hundred of Crystal Brook) township allotment land grant 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 435 County Victoria

OLIVER, William farmer Whitehill Farm Noarlunga 1854[-1879] Memorial 293/76

OLIVER, William farmer Noarlunga. Belle Vue school premises McLaren Vale trustee 1877 Memorial 104/309

OLIVER, William farmer White Hill McLaren Vale Hundred of Willunga 1847[-1856] Memorials 209, 211 & 212/104

OLIVER, William farmer McLaren Vale 1853 Memorial 112/49

OLIVER, William farmer White Hill near Noarlunga 1863 Application 4552

OLIVER, William farmer Noarlunga 1874 Application 13805

OLIVER, William the Elder farmer White Hill Farm near Noarlunga, died 1888. Father of William Oliver the Younger storekeeper Pt Pirie and Archibald Oliver no description Memorial 217/394

OLIVER, William the Elder farmer Whitehill Farm Noarlunga, died 17/ 5/1888. Father of William Oliver the Younger storekeeper Pt Pirie and Archibald Oliver farmer Noarlunga Application 21508

OLIVER, William [formerly the Younger] storekeeper Pt Pirie. Hundred of Pirie land grant 1893 Grant Book 60 Page 300 County Victoria

No 2

OLIVER, William stone mason Kooringa 1851[-1862] Memorial 247/38

OLIVER, William mason Redruth near Kooringa. Hundred of Kooringa land grant 1858 Grant Book 8 Page 12 County Burra

OLIVER, William mason Redruth 1859[-1866] Memorial 191/160

OLIVER, William mason Copper House 1865 Memorial 164/207

OLIVER, William gentleman Copperhouse 1871 Memorial 56/257

OLIVER, Joanna widow Copperhouse 1883[-1889] relict of the late William Oliver licensed victualler Kooringa, who died 8/8/1874 a bankrupt Memorial 71/354 & RPA Search 715

No 3 - probably a continuation of No 2

OLIVER, William licensed victualler Kooringa 1857 Memorial 86/129

OLIVER, William licensed victualler Redruth 1858[-1859] Memorial 309/146

OLIVER, William publican Aberdeen 1859 Memorial 59/161

No 4

OLIVER, William farmer Open Range Farm Clare 1867 Application 8877

No 5

OLIVER, William sheepfarmer Morambro trustee Cemetery Hundred of Hynam Hundred of Hynam land grant 1875 Grant Book 29 Page 163 County MacDonnell

No 6

OLIVER, William storekeeper Pt Pirie 1879[-1891] Memorial 195/324

OLIVER, William storekeeper Hundred of Pirie 1885 Memorial 110/364

No 7

OLIVER, William lucerne farmer Beverley 1886 Application 20955.

No 8

OLIVER, William carpenter Pt Victor Hundred of Encounter Bay land grant 1886 Grant Book 36 Page 84 County Hindmarsh

OLIVER, William Chittock farmer Boolcunda East trustee unnamed Church Hundred of Boolcunda Hundred of Boolcunda land grant 1884 Grant Book 49 Page 45 County Newcastle

OLIVER, William Edward teamster Findon 1875 Memorial 2/281

OLIVER, William Kenneth farmer formerly of Wasleys but now of Hamley Bridge 1954 Memorial 119/529

OLIVER, William M of Edward St, Norwood 1896 Application 23067

OLLEY, John stevedore Pt Adelaide 1876 Application 15349

No 1

OLLEY, Samuel farmer Gawler Plains 1852 Memorial 416/41

OLLEY, Samuel farmer Gawler 1854 Memorial 34/69

OLLEY, Samuel farmer Munno Para 1856 Memorial 136/99

OLLEY, Samuel farmer formerly of Munno Para but now of The Light 1857 Memorial 70/122

OLLEY, Samuel farmer Dirty Light 1858 Dirty Light Primitive Methodist Chapel trustee Memorial 132/144

OLLEY, Samuel farmer Riverton 1860[-1875] Memorial 19/162

OLLEY, Samuel farmer Broadoak near Riverton 1867 Applicaation 8478

OLLEY, Samuel farmer the Dirty Light. Pancharpoo Methodist Church trustee 1917 Memorial 128/475

No 1

OLLIVER, Augustus stockholder Glen Osmond 1851 Memorial 182/37

OLLIVER, Augustus stockholder of the Murray 1855. In partnership with John DEAN Memorial 299/91

OLLIVER, Augustus cattle dealer Glen Osmond 1859 Memorial 8/153

OLLIVER, Augustus formerly stockholder Glen Osmond but now publican Crafers 1864 Memorial 345/197

OLLIVER, Augustus gentleman Glen Osmond and Harriet Maria Olliver his wife 1869 Memorial 196/304

OLLIVER, Augustus formerly cattle dealer Glen Osmond 1859 but now publican Bridgewater 1875 Application 14302

OLLIVER, Harriett Maria widow Bridgewater 1881 Application 18380. Widow Goodwood Park 1884 Application 20294

OLLIVER, Edward died 28/5/1848 intestate and unmarried, leaving his father, Edwin Olliver as heir at law Application 20295

No 1

OLLIVER, Edwin salesman Glen Osmond 1843 Memorial 370/2

OLLIVER, Edwin stockholder Glen Osmond 1849 Memorial 320/17

OLLIVER, Edwin salesman formerly of Glen Osmond but now of Beaumont 1853 Memorial 481/54

No 1

OLLIVER, Jane married woman Strathalbyn linked with Florence Agnes Olliver spinster Strathalbyn 1907 Memorial 130/456

OLLIVER, Jane widow Strathalbyn, died 15/2/1943, of cerebral thrombosis and senile arteriosclerosis, aged 90. Born at Strathalbyn. Relict of the late Edwin Olliver formerly contractor Bridgewater now deceased Memorial 36/517

OLLIVER, Jane widow High St, Strathalbyn, widow of Edwin Olliver contractor Bridgewater, died 15/2/1943, of cerebral thrombosis and senile arteriosclerosis, aged 90. Born at Strathalbyn, she married aged 26. Her only child was Florence Agnes Olliver spinster Strathalbyn 1945 Application 28416

OLLRICH, John Price estimator 25 Vincent St, Hendon 1937 declared that he had worked for GIBB & MILLE of Pt Adelaide as a boilermaker since 2/9/1929 Application 28057

OLMAN, William Thomas labourer Mt Bryan. Mt Bryan East (later Mt Bryan Hundred of Kingston) township allotment land grant 1913 Grant Book 9 Page 212 County Burra

No 1

O’LOUGHLEN, Michael farmer Bagot Well Co Light. Hundred of Bundaleer land grant 1874 Grant Book 60 Page 70 County Victoria

O’LOUGHLEN, Michael James farmer Bundaleer. Hundred of Bundaleer land grant 1874 Grant Book 60 Page 70 County Victoria

O'LOUGHLEN, Michael James farmer Georgetown 1889 Memorial 82/398

No 1

O’LOUGHLIN, Anthony farmer Pekina Hundred of Willochra land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 543 County Frome

O'LOUGHLIN, Anthony farmer Wilmington 1885 Memorial 41/365

No 1

O’LOUGHLIN, Cornelius farmer North Road 1850 Memorial 351/31

O'LOUGHLIN, Cornelius farmer Hundred of Munno Para 1854 Memorial 115/66

O'LOUGHLIN, Cornelius farmer Pt Gawler 1854 Memorial 223/78

O'LOUGHLIN, Cornelius farmer Peachey Belt 1864 Memorial 328/193

O'LOUGHLIN, Cornelius farmer formerly of Pt Gawler 1854 but now of Virginia 1872 Application 12023

O’LOUGHLIN, Cornelius farmer Peachey Belt Co Adelaide. Hundred of Caltowie land grant 1877[-1879] Grant Book 60 Page 185 County Victoria

O’LOUGHLIN, Cornelius farmer Telowie. Hundred of Telowie land grant 1902 Grant Book 24 Page 776 County Frome

O'LOUGHLIN, Cornelius Michael farmer Box 89 Pinnaroo. Hundred of Pinnaroo land grant 1952 Grant Book 12 Page 61 County Chandos

O'LOUGHLIN, Cornelius Vincent farmer Pinnaroo. Hundred of Cotton land grant 1910[-1926] Grant Book 12 Page 123 County Chandos

O'LOUGHLIN, David farmer Pinnaroo. Hundred of Pinnaroo land grant 1928 Grant Book 12 Page 56 County Chandos

No 1

O'LOUGHLIN, Dennis labourer Onkaparinga District 1847 Memorial 241/8

O’LOUGHLIN, Dennis farmer Noarlunga 1851 Memorial 119/36

O'LOUGHLIN, Dennis farmer Morphett Vale 1855 Memorial 99/82

Now farmer Onkaparinga 1855 Memorial 118/82

Linked with Patrick O'Loughlin labourer Morphett Vale 1855 Memorial 116/82

O’LOUGHLIN, Dennis farmer Morphett Vale 1855. He bought land in Co Light 1855 Enrolment 6/37. Farmer Kapunda 1859. Enrolment 4/40

No 2

O'LOUGHLIN, Dennis labourer Adelaide 1853 Memorial 55/56

No 3 - perhaps a continuation of No 2

O'LOUGHLIN, Dennis labourer Thebarton 1860 Memorial 300/169

O'LOUGHLIN, Dennis farmer Bull Creek 1877 Memorial 178/299

O'LOUGHLIN, Dennis labourer Thebarton 1892 Memorial 162/413

O'LOUGHLIN, Dennis married c1873 a lady with a daughter called Margaret, aged 8 [25/9/1873 St Ignatius Norwood, Mrs Patrick McMahon nee Honora nee FLANIGAN]. The family lived near Bull Creek until 1874 when a fire destroyed their home. Deeds to land in Thebarton were lost in the blaze. D O'Loughlin labourer Thebarton died 9/11/1893. His step-daughter, Margaret, who lived with him until 1899, was a married woman (Mrs William MYERS) of Light Tce, Thebarton by 1927 Application 27557

O'LOUGHLIN, Dennis labourer Thebarton, died 9/11/1893. He left all his estate to his granddaughter, Mary QUINN, daughter of Michael Quinn gas fitter Thebarton. Estate worth £110 Application 26170

O’LOUGHLIN, Honora wife of Dennis O’Loughlin dairyman Thebarton 1884 Application 20075

No 1

O'LOUGHLIN, Edward farmer Mintaro 1866 Memorial 324/208

No 2

O'LOUGHLIN, Edward and Michael the Younger farmers Bull Creek 1892 Memorial 172/414

O'LOUGHLIN, Edward and O'LOUGHLIN, Michael the Younger farmers Bull Creek 1909 Application 25686.

O'LOUGHLIN, Edward and Michael (formerly called the Younger) farmers Bull Creek 1912 Memorial 51/466

O'LOUGHLIN, Edward farmer Bull Creek 1930 Application 27774.

No 1

O’LOUGHLIN, Edward Martin farmer Lancelot Lancelot (Hundred of Gumbowie) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 40 Page 65 County Kimberley

O'LOUGHLIN, Edward Martin farmer Gumbowie 1898 Memorial 34/435

O'LOUGHLIN, Howard farmer Bull Creek 1919 Memorial 32/478

No 1 - possibly the Elder

O'LOGHLIN, James farmer Gumeracha 1854 Memorial 1/68

O'LOUGHLIN, James farmer Gumeracha 1854[-1868] Hundred of Belvidere land grant Memorial 468/88

O'LOUGHLIN, James farmer formerly of Gumeracha but now of Kapunda 1869[-1875] Memorial 16/241

No 2 - possibly the Younger

O'LOUGHLIN, James farmer Kapunda 1857 Memorial 149/126

O'LOUGHLIN, James, Michael and Thomas farmers Upper Wakefield 1865[-1877] Memorial 168/203

No 3

O'LOUGHLIN, James farmer Morchard 1903 Book 13 Page 266 County Dalhousie

O'LOUGHLIN, James Edward farmer Hundred of Gumbowie 1889 Memorial 62/405

No 1

O'LOUGHLIN, John farmer Munno Para 1854 Memorial 401/67

O’LOUGHLIN, John farmer Section 4040 Hundred of Munno Para Peachey Belt died 7/3/1856 intestate. His widow Mary O’Loughlin remarried 8/1/1857 to Patrick MCMAHON farmer Munno Para Application 6773

No 2

0'LOUGHLIN, John farmer Morphett Vale 1854[-1857] Hundred of Kapunda land grant Memorial 165/79

O'LOUGHLIN, John farmer [formerly of Morphett Vale but now of] Tothill Creek 1861[-1865] Memorial 177/202

O'LOUGHLIN, John farmer Tothill Belt 1876 Memorial 180/293

O'LOUGHLIN, John farmer Tothill Belt, died 17/9/1888. Letters of administration to his widow, Bridget O'Loughlin, to settle his £150 estate Memorial 32/397

O’LOUGHLIN, Bridget widow of John O’Loughlin farmer Tothill Belt 1889 Application 21604

No 3

O’LOUGHLIN, John farmer Stockport on the Gilbert Co Light. Hundred of Yangya land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 88 County Victoria

O’LOUGHLIN, John farmer Stockport on the Gilbert Hundred of Willochra land grant 1882 Grant Book 24 Page 546 County Frome

O’LOUGHLIN, John farm labourer Tarcowie Hundred of Willochra land grant 1882 Grant Book 24 Page 547 County Frome

O’LOUGHLIN, John labourer Appila-Yarrowie Hundred of Willochra land grant 1882 Grant Book 24 Page 548 County Frome

O'LOUGHLIN, John farmer Hundred of Willochra 1885[-1891] Memorial 139/367

No 4

O'LOUGHLIN, John farmer Gumbowie 1887 Memorial 109/385

O'LOUGHLIN, John Dixon chemist Pt Pirie changed his name to JD MCLACHLAN 1927 Memorial 135/496

O'LOUGHLIN, John James farmer Eudunda 1909 Memorial 85/462

No 1

O’LOUGHLIN, Laurence farmer Caltowie 1887 Application 21141

O'LOUGHLIN, Laurence (the Hon) farmer Booleroo Centre 1896[-1899] Memorial 188/429

O'LOUGHLIN, Laurence farmer White Cliff Booleroo Co Frome. Hundred of Pinnaroo land grant 1910 Grant Book 12 Page 5 County Chandos

O'LOUGHLIN, Frances married woman Arwakurra Co Frome. Hundred of Pinnaroo land grant 1912 Grant Book 12 Page 48 County Chandos

No 2

O’LOUGHLIN, Laurence farmer Adelaide Co Adelaide. Tarcoola (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1901 Grant Book 65 Page 304 County Not named

No 1

O'LOUGHLIN, Michael farmer Penwortham 1851 Memorial 395/35

O'LOUGHLIN, Michael formerly yeoman Penwortham 1851 but now of Madeline St, Melbourne Vic 1862 Application 3691

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

O'LOUGHLIN, Michael farmer Section 3305 Hundred of Kondoparinga 1860 Memorial 334/164

O’LOUGHLIN, Michael farmer Meadows 1890 Application 21969

O'LOUGHLIN, Michael farmer Meadows South, died 1/3/1905. Executors: Thomas and Patrick O'Loughlin farmers Green Hills near Meadows 1932 Grant Book 2 Page 108 County Adelaide

O'LOUGHLIN, Michael farmer Bull Creek 1910 Memorial 194/463

No 3

O'LOUGHLIN, Michael farmer Davenport 1891 Memorial 60/410

No 1

O'LOUGHLIN, Patrick labourer Morphett Vale 1855 Memorial 359/81

O'LOUGHLIN, Patrick [formerly labourer Morphett Vale but now] farmer near Kapunda 1860 Memorial 12/163

O'LOUGHLIN, Patrick farmer near Bagot Gap 1864 Memorial 310/199

No 2

O’LOUGHLIN, Patrick labourer The Sturt Hundred of Penola land grant 1859 Grant Book 29 Page 9 County Grey

No 3 – perhaps the same person

O'LOUGHLIN, Patrick labourer Mallala 1872 Application 12462

O'LOUGHLIN, Patrick labourer Marrabel on the Dirty Light Co Light. Hundred of Mannanarie land grant 1877 Grant Book 13 Page 73 County Dalhousie

No 4

O'LOUGHLIN, Patrick farmer Hundred of Cudla Mudla 1885 Memorial 138/371

No 5

O’LOUGHLIN, Patrick hotelkeeper Paskeville. Pt Broughton (Hundred of Mundoora) township allotment land grant 1906 Grant Book 14 Page 201 County Daly

O'LOUGHLIN, Patrick Austin farmer Geranium. Hundred of Price land grant 1910 Grant Book 6 Page 81 County Buccleuch

No 1

O'LOUGHLIN, Thomas carrier Meadows 1884[-1887] Memorial 199/356

O’LOUGHLIN, Thomas farmer Meadows 1888 Application 21354

No 2

O'LOUGHLIN, Thomas labourer Virginia, died c1932. His executor, Jeremiah Alfred RYAN district clerk Virginia, died 15/1/1936. Timothy O'Loughlin labourer Virginia belonged to this family Memorials 192 & 194/517

No 1

O'LOUGHLIN, Timothy labourer Virginia 1921 Memorial 92/482

O'LOUGHLIN, Timothy labourer Virginia 1945, son of Thomas O'Loughlin labourer Virginia (who died 2/5/1932), declared that he had lived there for the last 34 years. Timothy O'Loughlin could not write Application 28399

O'LOUGHLIN, Edith Alice widow Virginia, relict of Timothy O'Loughlin (who died c1932) and daughter-in-law of the late Thomas O'Loughlin of Virginia 1948 Application 28585

No 1

OLSEN, Carl Eduard gardener Echunga 1897 Memorial 29/430

OLSEN, Charles Edward gardener Echunga 1901 Application 24204

No 1

OLSEN, Gulik farmer Willamulka 1889 Memorial 67/398

OLSEN, Gulik/Guilik farmer Willamulka. Hundred of Ninnes land grant 1909 Grant Book 14 Page 300 County Daly FIND Spelling Gulik

OLSEN, Joseph farmer Mannum 1882[-1904] Memorial 114/339

OLSEN, Pansy Isobel widow Victor Harbor 1949 Memorial 140/524

OLSEN, Sven Peter labourer Mobilong Mobilong (later Murray Bridge Hundred of Mobilong) township allotment land grant 1884 Grant Book 58 Page 217 County Sturt

No 1

OLSSEN, Oliver farmer Tickera. Tickera (Hundred of Tickera) township allotment land grant 1883 Grant Book 14 Page 388 County Daly

OLSSEN, Oliver fisherman Wallaroo. Hundred of Tickera land grant 1885 Grant Book 14 Page 213 County Daly

OLSSON, AJ solicitor Adelaide 1930 Memorial 190/503

OLSSON, John linked with Section 268 Hundred of Maitland Co Fergusson 1884 Memorial 85/363

No 1

OLSSON, Lars coachsmith Kensington 1862 Application 3502

OLSSON, Lars gentleman Adelaide 1886 Memorial 76/373

OLSSON, Lars of Wakefield St, Adelaide 1891, died 3/1/1900. Husband of Sophia Olsson Memorial 175/440

OLSTON, Frank farmer Nackara 1903 Memorial 222/447

O'MAHONY, John Joseph police trooper Adelaide 1874 Application 13801

O'MAILLY, John labourer Port Road 1852 Memorial 208/45

O'MAILLY, William yeoman Pt Adelaide 1853 Memorial 167/53

No 1 - possibly the same person

O'MALEY, William farmer near Undayla 1868 Memorial 102/239

O'MALEY, William of the Hundred of Palmer 1881 Memorial 178/331

No 1

O'MALLEY, Charles Henry engine driver Kadina 1906 Memorial 170/454, Application 25159

O'MALLEY, Dinah widow Alberton 1853[-1854] Memorial 486/58

O'MALLEY, George of Pt Wakefield just left school 1889 Memorial 138/400

No 1 - perhaps the same person

O'MALLEY, John contractor Macclesfield 1896 Application 23122

O'MALLEY, John farmer Macclesfield 1904 Memorial 100/451

O'MALLEY, John Joseph storekeeper Macclesfield 1922 Application 27128

No 1

O’MALLEY, Michael mason Sevenhill near Clare 1862 Memorial 165/244

O'MALLEY, Michael stonemason Booyoolie 1875 Memorial 120/285

O’MALLEY, Michael mason formerly of Booyoolie but now of Gladstone 1880 Application 18223

O’MALLEY, Michael mason formerly of Sevenhill near Clare but now of Booyoolie near Gladstone 1889 Application 21556

O'MALLEY, Patrick labourer Macclesfield 1882[-1884] Memorial 96/343

O'MALLEY, Peter Vincent hotelkeeper Adelaide and Lily Margaret O'Malley his wife 1908 Memorial 69/460

O’MALLEY, William farmer Saddleworth. Hundred of Saddleworth land grant 1858 Grant Book 44 Page 330 County Light

O’MALLEY, William builder Georgetown. Hundred of Narridy land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 252 County Victoria

O'MARA, Thomas licensed victualler Magill 1913 Memorial 183/468

A problem surname – first OMEALLY then OMEALLEY then OMEALLEY

No 1

O'MEALLEY, Jeremiah baker Alberton 1856[-1867] Memorial 245/111

O'MEALLEY, Jeremiah baker Pt Wakefield 1875 Application 14683

O'MEALLEY, Jeremiah baker [formerly of Alberton but now of] Pt Wakefield 1876[-1886] Memorial 249/288

No 1

O'MEALLY, John labourer Port Road 1852 Memorial 208/45

O'MEALLEY, John carrier Pt Adelaide 1855[-1864] Memorial 154/90

O'MEALLEY, John farmer Woodville 1864 Application 4952

O'MEALLEY, John of Woodville, died c1866. He left estate to his children - Bridget HOEY wife of Francis Hoey of Queenstown, Annorah O'Mealley spinster Woodville, William O'Mealley farmer Undalya and Mary HANRAHAN wife of Edward Hanrahan farmer The Wakefield Memorial 170/217

O'MEALLEY, Annorah spinster Woodville daughter of the late John O'Mealley 1867 Memorial 125/246

No 1

O'MEALLEY, Lot Terance labourer Queenstown 1898 Application 23674.

O'MEALLEY, Lot farmer Renmark had links with Queenstown 1913 Application 26179

O'MEALLEY, Lot Terance orchardist Pt Adelaide 1924 Memorial 164/491

No 1

O'MEALLY, Michael stonemason Armagh near Clare 1860 Memorial 45/169

O'MEALLY, Michael [formerly stonemason Armagh but now] labourer Queenstown 1864[-1866] Memorial 311/199

O'MEALLY, Michael labourer Queenstown, died 2/12/1890. Father of Lot Terance O'Mealley labourer Queenstown Memorial 34/436

O'MEALLY, Mary widow Alberton 1860 Memorial 45/169

No 1

O'MEALLY/O’MEALY, Patrick carter Alberton 1854 Memorial 40/69

O'MEALEY, Patrick stonemason Alberton 1856. He became a bankrupt on 13/3/1857 Memorials 36/98 & 213/198

O'MEALLY, Patrick baker Alberton, declared insolvent 14/4/1857 Application 12973

O'MEALLY, Patrick baker Alberton 1864 Memorial 213/198

O'MEALY, Patrick carter Woodville and O'MEALY, William farmer formerly of Woodville but now of Saddleworth 1862 Application 2893

O'MEALEY, Patrick [formerly of Alberton but now] of Bimborowrie Station, North-Western Plains 1865 Memorial 137/201

No 2 - probably the same person

O'MEALLEY, Patrick labourer Macclesfield 1886 Memorial 119/408

O'MEALLY, Patrick Joseph labourer Ballarat Vic and Mary O'Meally his wife [formerly Mary O'HALLORAN widow of the late Francis O'Halloran of Macclesfield 1896[-1905] Memorial 173/429

O'MEALLY, William yeoman Pt Adelaide 1853 Memorial 167/53

O’MEALLEY, William farmer Georgetown. Hundred of Bundaleer land grant 1872 Grant Book 60 Page 63 County Victoria

OMESTER, William farmer Hundred of Nuriootpa 1854 Memorial 128/68

OMOND, Christopher sugar roaster Queenstown 1913 Application 26229

No 1 - perhaps the same person; mixture of the Elder and the Younger??

OMOND, John blacksmith Pt Adelaide 1853[-1856]

Memorial 111/55

OMOND, John blacksmith formerly of Pt Adelaide 1857 but now of the Portland Estate 1865 Application 6612

OMOND, John watchmaker Portland Estate 1871 Application 11462

OMOND, John watchmaker Pt Adelaide 1879 Memorial 63/313

OMOND, John watchmaker Pt Adelaide 1880 Application 18230

No 1

OMOND, Samuel labourer Portland Estate 1865 Application 6276

OMOND, Samuel mason Pt Adelaide 1867 Application 8875

No 1 - Samuel Petrie Omond

OMOND, Samuel bootmaker Pt Adelaide 1853 Memorial 110/55

OMOND, Samuel Petrie shoemaker Lipson St, Pt Adelaide and Ann Kirkness Omond his wife 1863 Memorial 18/296

OMOND, Samuel gentleman Pt Adelaide 1874 Application 13710

OMOND, Samuel bootmaker Pt Adelaide 1875 Application 14140

OMOND, Samuel Petrie shoemaker Pt Adelaide, died 31/5/1876. His widow, Ann Kirkness Omond, died 21/1/1888. Family - John Omond, Annie LENNIE wife of Andrew Lennie, Samuel Omond, William Omond, Mary WALKER wife of William Beattie Walker, Jane MCROBERTS wife of James McRoberts, James Smithe Omond and Robert Omond Memorial 197/395

OMOND, Thomas gentleman Pt Adelaide 1867 Memorial 169/218

OMSBY, Charles of Kersbrook 1885 Memorial 220/368

O'NASH, William clerk to Messrs BARTLEY & BAKEWELL solicitors Adelaide 1849[-1850] Memorial 230/19

No 1

O'NEIL, Felix labourer Newenham 1874 Application 13959

O'NEIL, Felix labourer Newenham on the Torrens 1876[-1890] Memorial 76/287

O'NEIL, Felix labourer Newenham on the Torrens 1891. He could not write Application 22169.

O'NEIL, Felix labourer Newenham on the Torrens. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1892 Grant Book 2 Page 47 County Adelaide

O'NEIL, Felix labourer Newenham on the Torrens, died 20/7/1906. Husband of Mary O'Neil. Father of Garry O'Neil gardener Newenham on the Torrens Memorial 49/498

O'NEIL, Felix gardener Newenham, died 20/7/1906. His estate worth £528. His whole estate to his wife, Mary O'Neil, in trust for life, then to his son, Garry O'Neil gardener Newenham absolutely in remainder expectant. Mary O'Neil widow Lower North East Road, Paradise, died 30/10/1922, of senile decay, aged 84. Born in Co Clare, Ireland, she had emigrated to SA 67 years ago. Married at 29 years old, she had 1 son alive and 5 sons and 2 daughters had died Application 27330

O'NEILL, Arthur father of James and Nicholas O'Neill all farmers St Ives Co Sturt 1857 Memorial 35/131

O'NEILL, Arthur, James and Nicholas O'Neill all miners St Ives Co Sturt 1864 Memorial 95/194

O'NEILL, Arthur, James and Nicholas O'Neill all farmers near Callington on the Bremer 1887 Memorial 172/388

O'NEILL, Arthur, James and Nicholas O'Neill all farmers near Kanmantoo 1890[-1898] Memorial 140/401

O'NEILL, Arthur farmer Callington 1895 Application 23010.

O'NEILL, Bridget of near Callington 1895 Application 23010.

O'NEILL, Daniel farmer Hundred of Cunnungham 1886 Memorial 228/377

O'NEIL, Daniel gardener Springbank 1928 Application 27695

O'NEILL, David of Kalgoorlie WA gave power of attorney to Alex BETHUNE of Gumeracha to attend to his general affairs in SA 1896 Memorial 202/427

No 1 FIND CHECK RUN

O'NEILL, James labourer Saddleworth 1868 Memorial 55/236

O’NEILL, James farmer Saddleworth Hundred of Kilkerran land grant 1879 Grant Book 19 Page 166 County Fergusson

O’NEILL, James farmer Maitland Hundred of Kilkerran land grant 1892 Grant Book 19 Page 172 County Fergusson

O’NEILL, James farmer Kulpara Hundred of Barunga land grant 1880 Grant Book 14 Page 461 County Daly

No 2

O'NEIL, James labourer Athelstone 1897 Memorial 61/432

No 3

O'NEIL, James farmer Hackham 1922 Memorial 5/485

No 1

O'NEIL, John labourer Gawler 1857 Memorial 102/125

O'NEIL, John labourer Sandy Creek 1860 Memorial 232/166

No 2

O'NEIL, John farmer Springbank near Adelaide 1854 Memorial 250/70

O'NEIL, John of Springbank near Adelaide 1856 Memorial 183/344

O'NEIL, John farmer Springbank near Adelaide 1860 Memorial 281/188

O'NEIL, John of Springbank near Adelaide, died c1863. His widow, Margaret O'Neil, died 18/7/1915. His brother, Michael O'Neil, died 30/11/1918. Michael O'Neil's widow called Ella Mary O'Neil. She lived at Torrens Park Lower Mitcham in 1922 Memorials 170 & 171/484

No 3

O'NEIL, John stationman Kapunda 1865 Memorial 10/207

O'NEIL, John railway employee Kapunda 1876 Application 25851

O'NEIL, John railway employee Kapunda, died 29/11/1880 intestate. Letters of administration to John Joseph O'Neil of Kapunda, Secretary to the Kapunda Institute 1910 Application 25851

No 4

O'NEIL, John farmer Hundred of Erskine 1888 Memorial 194/389

No 5

O’NEIL, John mason Jamestown. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 114 County Victoria

No 6

O'NEILL, John farmer Hansborough near Kapunda 1866[-1874] Memorial 102/213

No 6

O'NEILL, John yeoman St Ives 1856 Memorial 235/400

O'NEILL, John the Elder farmer near Kanmantoo, died 22/8/1882. His widow, Ann O'Neill, to have a life interest in his real estate during her widowhood, then to his sons, John O'Neill the Younger, Arthur O'Neill, Thomas O'Neill, and Patrick O'Neill, in equal shares absolutely, provided they pay each of their sisters, Ann, Mary and Honoria O'Neill £60 each and allow them to live with them on the farm 'so long as they mutually agree'. Widow Ann O'Neill died 6/10/1897 Staughton Village near Nairne, of syncope and senile decay, aged 78. Her daughter, Anne O'Neill 35 spinster Callington married Enos WHITE 34 widower labourer Callington (Father: Lewis White) on 4/4/1892 Registrar-General's Office Vicoria Square, Adelaide. Witnesses: JOHNSON labourer Bowden and J HAVRINGTON engineer Adelaide Application 26322

O’NEILL, John farmer Kanmantoo, died 22/8/1882. Estate worth £400.  All his estate to his four sons, John, Arthur, Thomas and Patrick O’Neill, provided they pay their sisters Ann, Mary and Honoria O’Neill £60 each within twelve months of his death. The daughters had the right to remain on the farm for life, but the sons did not have to maintain them. Executors: John O’NEILL farmer Kanmantoo, and Francis Tuckfield CORNELIUS auctioneer Mt Barker Enrolment 34/54

O’NEILL, Ann widow St Ives, widow of John O’Neill farmer St Ives 1890. Her late husband had purchased lot 7 St Ives in 1856 when the affairs of the Britannia Mining Company were wound up Application 21786

O’NEILL, John married Ann nee O’BRIEN in May 1842 at Connery, New Bridge, Co Wicklow, Ireland. 8 children of the marriage. Thomas O’Neill born 14/2/1846 and Patrick O’Neill born 2/4/1848 Ireland. The family emigrated to SA, where the other 6 children were born. All baptised by the RC priest in the Mt Barker Mission District. John O’Neill the Younger born 24/8/1855, Honora O’Neill born 25/11/1856 (died about 3 years old), Honora O’Neill born 14/4/1862, Arthur O’Neill born 25/12/1864. The father, John O’Neill farmer near Kanmantoo, died 22/8/1882 Application 21791

No 7

O’NEILL, John labourer Caltowie. Hundred of Caltowie land grant 1879 Grant Book 60 Page 188 County Victoria

No 8

O'NEILL, John stone mason Bowden 1903 Memorial 134/448

O'NEILL, John Kingsley motor mechanic Willunga 1943[-1952] Memorial 175/517, Application 28854

No 1

O'NEILL, John Patrick farmer Wattle Flat 1895 Memorial 133/424

O'NEILL, John Patrick farmer Wattle Flat linked with Mathilda HERRINGTON nee O'Neill wife of Walter Herrington licensed victualler Perth WA 1897 Memorial 156/432

O'NEILL, K clerk Pt Adelaide 1942 Memorial 169/516

No 1

O'NEILL, Michael farmer Blumberg 1857 Memorial 47/126

O'NEILL, Michael farmer Blumberg purchased land in the Hundred of Kapunda 1857 Memorial 236/127

O'NEILL, Catherine widow [likely to be the relict of Michael O'Neill] Kapunda 1862[-1872] Memorial 25/181

No 2

O'NEILL, Michael farmer Saddleworth 1875 Application 14646

No 1

O'NEILL, Patrick farmer Kanmantoo 1860 Memorial 308/167

O'NEILL, Patrick storekeeper Kanmantoo son and heir at law of James O'Neill formerly yeoman Paringa village but now deceased 1861 Memorial 35/177

O'NEILL, Patrick storekeeper Kanmantoo 1881 Memorial 167/332

O'NEILL, Patrick storekeeper [formerly of Kanmantoo but now of] Pt Adelaide 1878 Memorial 90/312

No 2

O’NEIL, Patrick farmer near Harrogate. Hundred of Monarto land grant 1868 Grant Book 58 Page 120 County Sturt

No 3

O'NEIL, Patrick coach proprietor Glen Osmond 1870[-1876] Application 10952

No 4

O’NEIL, Patrick labourer Saddleworth Co Light. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1874 Grant Book 60 Page 112 County Victoria

No 4

O'NEILL, Patrick gardener Donnybrook near Clare 1890 Memorial 81/403

O'NEILL, Patrick gardener Clare 1896 Memorial 138/429

O'NEILL, Patrick gardener Clare, died 24/5/1899. His £120 estate to his wife, Annie O'Neill Application 28210

O'NEILL, Patrick gardener Clare, died 24/5/1899. Husband of Annie O'Neill who still lived at Clare in 1899. Estate worth £120 Memorial 167a/438

No 3

O'NEIL, Patrick labourer Hackham 1872 Application 11983

O'NEIL, Patrick labourer Hackham 1889 Memorial 227/396

O'NEIL, Patrick formerly labourer but then farmer Hackham, died 13/3/1897 intestate. Husband of Bridget Maria O'Neil. Father of Anna Maria MURCHIE wife of Robert Bruce Murchie grocer Adelaide (Angas St), Mary Jane Louisa O'Neil spinster Hackham and Peter James O'Neil farmer Hackham 1911 Memorial 168/464

O'NEIL, Bridget Maria widow Hackham, died 25/3/1917. She left her estate to Anna Maria MURCHIE married woman Angas St, Adelaide. Estate worth £600. Mary Jane Louisa O'Neil spinster and Peter James O'Neil farmer both of Hackham also linked with this family Memorials 80 & 105/475

O'NEILL, Patrick Henry licensed victualler Noarlunga 1911 Application 26013

O'NEILL, Patrick Joseph labourer Hectorville 1912[-1920] Application 28076, Application 26854

No 1

O'NEIL, Simon yeoman Newenham on the Torrens 1869 Memorial 22/269

O'NEIL, Simon labourer Newenham on the Torrens 1874 Memorial 59/274

O'NEIL, Simon labourer Newenham on the Torrens near Paradise, died c1901. Husband of Anne O'Neil. Father of John Joseph O'Neil, Patrick Joseph O'Neil and Mary O'Neil Memorial 38/444

No 1

O’NEILL, Thomas miner Mt Barker 1850[-1853] Memorial 469/19

O'NEILL, Thomas farmer Kanmantoo 1854 Memorial 158/154

O’NEILL, Thomas farmer Mt Barker Creek Hundred of Kanmantoo land grant 1867 Grant Book 58 Page 56 County Sturt

O'NEILL, Thomas farmer Mt Barker Creek 1876 Memorial 219/302

O'NEILL, Thomas the Elder farmer (died 24/8/1878) and Janet O'Neill his wife of near Callington. Their family by 1887 included: Thomas O'Neill the Younger farmer Callington, Sarah O'Neill , Jane O'Neill, Norah O'Neill and Elizabeth O'Neill spinsters near Callington, Margaret DALY wife of Thomas Daly farmer Monarto, and Arthur, John and Patrick O'Neill farmers near Callington. Executors included Patrick O'Neill storekeeper Kanmantoo and Thomas O'Neill farmer Kanmantoo [possibly brothers of the late Thomas O'Neill??] and Patrick MONAGHAN farmer St Ives near Kanmantoo Memorial 172/388

O'NEILL, Thomas the Elder farmer near Callington, died c1878. Executors: Patrick O'Neill storekeeper Kanmantoo, Thomas O'Neill the Younger farmer St Ives, Patrick MONAGHAN farmer St Ives near Kanmantoo Memorial 218/452

O'NEILL, Thomas farmer Callington, died 2/8/1878. Jane widow of Thomas O'Neill Mt Barker Creek, died 18/9/1904, of senile decay, aged 85. Her friend was Dorothy Grace CHAPMAN of Callington. Family of Thomas and Jane O'Neill as at 1905 - Arthur O'Neill farmer Callington, John O'Neill, Thomas O'Neill (farmer formerly of St Ives now of Freeling), Patrick O'Neill (storekeeper formerly of Kanmantoo now of Adelaide) the sons. Mary O'Neill died 15/5/1878 Kapunda, Sarah O'Neill, Jane O'Neill, Norah O'Neill, Elizabeth O'Neill, Margaret O'Neill the daughters. Margaret O'Neill 19 spinster Callington married Thomas DALY 27 farmer Kapunda (Father: Patrick Daly) on 27/10/1867 Kanmantoo. Minister CMG van der HEYDEN. Witnesses: Michael MURPHY farmer Kapunda, Margaret O'Neill spinster Callington Application 24990

No 2

O’NEILL, Thomas farmer Kapunda Mine 1854 Memorial 471/64

No 3

O'NEILL, Thomas labourer Clare 1862 Memorial 41/202

O'NEILL, Thomas labourer Clare now deceased father of Michael O'Neill labourer Kooringa. John O'Neill labourer Kooringa mentioned but not linked 1882 Memorial 31/346

No 4

O'NEIL, Thomas labourer Gawler South 1865 Memorial 20/203

No 5

O'NEILL, Thomas licensed victualler Pt Adelaide 1876 Memorial 25/293

O'NEILL, Thomas [formerly licensed victualler but then] lodging house keeper Pt Adelaide 1879 Application 17655

ONGIN, James gardener Kooringa 1884 Memorial 225/356

ONGLEY, Albert gardener Uraidla 1894 Memorial 3/423

No 1 - perhaps the same person

OPEY, John miner Adelaide 1851[-1855] Memorial 413/38

OPEY, John gardener Unley 1857[-1858] Memorial 78/122

OPEY, Elizabeth widow Unley 1863 Memorial 50/191

OPEY, Elizabeth widow Unley linked with John William Opey reporter Unley 1870 Memorial 209/244

No 1

OPHEL, John Andew teacher formerly of Pt Elliot but now of Point McLeay Lake Alexandrina 1867, a trustee of the Congregational Chapel at Pt Elliot. The congregation sold an acre of land at Middleton (Acre E, the site of the former Congregational Chapel at Middleton) to the trustees of the Bible Christians at Middleton Application 26566

OPHEL, John Andrew teacher Point McLeay 1868[-1869] Memorial 125/236

No 1

OPHEL, William of near Pt Elliot 1871 Memorial 53/255

OPHEL, William labourer near Pt Elliot 1876 Memorial 10/456

OPIE, Andrew Devonshire land agent 1880 Application 18232

No 1

OPIE, Edward clerk Adelaide 1865 Memorial 142/203

OPIE, Edward AD clerk to GW COTTON land agent Adelaide 1866[-1874] Memorials 1/217 & 218/263

OPIE, Edward Andrew Devonshire land agent Adelaide 1886. Enrolment 6/54

OPIE, EAD of Halifax St, Adelaide 1875 Memorial 158/282

OPIE, Edward Andrew Devonshire clerk Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hallett (Hundred of Hallett) township allotment land grant 1875 Grant Book 8 Page 282 County Burra

OPIE, Edward Andrew Devonshire clerk Adelaide 1876 Memorial 189/292

OPIE, Edward Andrew Devonshire land broker Adelaide 1881 Application 18620.

OPIE, Edward Andrew Devonshire licensed land agent Adelaide 1901, was manager for the office of George Witherage COTTON in 1870 and long before that date Application 24263

OPIE, Edward AD land agent Adelaide 1906 Memorial 133/455

OPIE, Edward Andrew Devonshire land agent Kensington, died 12/7/ 1923. Husband of Nellie Opie. Executors; Charles B WARK land agent Adelaide and Mildred HENDRY clerk to Messrs COTTON, OPIE and WARK Memorial 126/488

No 1

OPIE, Francis bricklayer Bowden 1839 Application 29145

OPIE, Francis carrier Adelaide 1851 Memorial 378/30

OPIE, Francis coachman Adelaide 1852 Memorial 492/39

OPIE, Francis formerly bricklayer Bowden 1839 but now coachman Adelaide 1852 Application 29145

OPIE, Francis coach proprietor Kapunda 1858[-1863] Memorial 181/143

OPIE, Francis farmer Kapunda Co Light. Wallaroo (Hundred of Wallaroo) township allotment land grant 1861 Grant Book 14 Page 13 County Daly

OPIE, Francis formerly coach proprietor 1858 but now farmer Kapunda 1870 Application 10570

OPIE, Francis gentleman Kapunda 1876 Application 15493

OPIE, Francis gentleman Little Adelaide and Caroline Opie formerly Caroline HAWKE his wife 1888 Memorial 38/395

No 1

OPIE, Francis farmer Kapunda Co Light. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 122 County Victoria

OPIE, Francis farmer Belalie. Trustee Wesleyan Methodist Chapel Jamestown Jamestown (Hundred of Belalie) township allotment land grant 1873 Grant Book 60 Page 134 County Victoria

OPIE, James Ivey storekeeper William St, Norwood 1909 Application 25710

No 1

OPIE, John blacksmith North Adelaide 1850 Memorial 172/19

OPIE, John blacksmith Adelaide 1852 Memorial 13/42

OPIE, John blacksmith Tea Tree Gully 1854[-1864] Memorial 487/98

OPIE, John yeoman Tea Tree Gully 1867 Memorial 67/225

OPIE, John blacksmith Tea Tree Gully. Edward AD Opie mentioned but not described 1876 Memorial 169/292

OPIE, John formerly blacksmith Tea Tree Gully but then a deceased bankrupt by 1876. Possibly his children - Ann LOWTHER wife of Thomas Lowther farmer Tea Tree Gully, Selina CARTER wife of John Carter miner Moonta Mines (Their children - Frank Herbert Carter and George Ernest Carter miners Moonta Mines). Reuben COULTER farmer Yorke Peninsula possibly a son-in-law of the late John Opie Memorial 37/292

No 2

OPIE, John farmer Belalie. Trustee Wesleyan Methodist Chapel Jamestown Jamestown (Hundred of Belalie) township allotment land grant 1872[-1873] Grant Book 60 Page 133 County Victoria

No 3

OPIE, John police trooper Mt Freeling inherited Opie's Hotel at Graham township near Kooringa 1889 Memorial 121/397

OPIE, John police officer Georgetown linked with Nicholas Opie clerk Adelaide 1894 Memorial 170/422

OPIE, John police officer Pt Germein 1899[-1903] Memorial 201/438

OPIE, John police officer Pt Augusta 1906 Memorial 31/456

OPIE, John police officer Salisbury owned Opie's Hotel at Graham township near Kooringa 1911 Memorial 212/464

OPIE, John police officer formerly of Georgetown but now of Gawler 1912 Memorial 180/467

No 1

OPIE, Joseph Reed licensed victualler Kent Town Hotel Kent Town 1894[-1899] Memorial 244/423

OPIE, Joseph Reid licensed victualler Kent Town Hotel, Rundle St, Kent Town 1901 Memorial 52/443
No 1 - perhaps the same person; perhaps the Elder

OPIE, Nicholas storekeeper Victoria township near Kapunda 1854[-1857] Memorial 102/75

OPIE, Nicholas out of business Kooringa, died 24/3/1868

Memorial 41/310 & RPA Search 723

OPIE, Eleanor widow probably licensed victualler Opie's Hotel Graham township near Kooringa c1874. Mrs Opie died 13/11/1885. Mother of John and Nicholas Opie RPA Search 648

No 2 - the Younger

OPIE, N clerk GPO Adelaide 1882 Memorial 228/340

OPIE, Nicholas clerk Adelaide inherited Opie's Hotel in Graham township near Kooringa 1889[-1894] Memorial 121/397

OPIE, Norwood Wynne surveyor Kensington 1901 Memorial 188/442

No 1

OPIE, William miner Tusmore 1848[-1851] Memorial 44/13

OPIE, William miner Kensington 1849 Memorial 238/17 Miner Marryatville 1851[-1853] Memorial 127/29

No 1

OPIT, Leon medical practitioner Torrensville 1934 Memorial 177/507

OPIT, Leon medical practitioner Adelaide 1947 Memorial 41/522

No 1 - probably the same person

OPITZ, Carl Friedrich gardener Bridgewater 1910 Memorial 164/463

OPITZ, Carl Friedrich farmer Islington and Agnes Maria Opitz his wife 1924 Memorial 166/489

OPITZ, Charles Frederick out of business Lower North Road, Prospect, died 25/5/1943. Husband of Agnes Mary Opitz. Executor; Leonard Victor Walter EDWARDS storeman Redin St, Prospect Memorial 49a/522

OPITZ, Agnes Marie formerly wife of Carl Friedrich Opitz out of business Lower North Road, Prospect (who died 25/5/1943), but now widow West Croydon 1947 Application 28510

OPITZ, Gotthelf whitesmith Adelaide 1852[-1854] Memorial 142/44

No 1

OPPATT, Hermann storekeeper Palmer 1878 Memorial 44/306

OPPATT, Hermann storekeeper Palmer Hundred of Mobilong land grant 1886 Grant Book 58 Page 371 County Sturt

No 1

OPPERMANN, Albert Ernst labourer Aberdeen near Kooringa 1922 Memorial 79/488

OPPERMANN, Albert Ernst gardener Redruth 1935 Application 27966

OPPERMAN, Albert Ernest out of business St Dyer St, Aberdeen, died 12/6/1948. Husband of Esther Opperman. Executor; Rex Australia Opperman shop assistant Burra North (formerly called Aberdeen) Memorials 121 & 122/525

No 1

OPPERMANN, August farmer The Hummocks Hundred of Cameron land grant 1880 Grant Book 14 Page 440 County Daly

OPPERMANN, August farmer Lochiel 1887 Memorial 39/385

OPPERMANN, August farmer Lochiel, had died by 1904. Executor – John Henry NICHOLLS storekeeper Lochiel Grant Book 14 Page 298 County Daly

OPPERMANN, Carl miner Redruth 1858 Memorial 299/132

OPPERMANN, Martin miner Redruth 1875 Application 14181

OPPIE, John mason Goolwa 1857 Memorial 239/113

No 1

ORAM, Frederick John farmer Emu Downs. Hundred of Apoinga land grant 1912 Grant Book 8 Page 67 County Burra

ORAM, Frederick John farmer Emu Downs 1926 Memorial 53/496

ORAM, Frederick John farmer Emu Downs, died 27/1/1932 Memorial 75/514

No 1

ORANGE, John butcher Alberton 1857[-1861] Memorial 74/128

ORANGE, John butcher Alberton 1860 Application 1668

ORANGE, John butcher Queenstown 1861 Memorial 167/175

ORANGE, John butcher Queenstown 1861 Application 2048

ORCHARD, Albert Hastings machinery merchant Adelaide of the Farmers Producers Supply Co Ltd Victoria St, Adelaide 1913 Memorial 173/469

ORCHARD, Charles of Brownhill Creek 1891 Memorial 218/411

No 1

ORCHARD, George of Brownhill Creek 1877 Memorial 46/297

ORCHARD, George grazier Brownhill Creek. Happy Valley Bible Christian Chapel trustee 1889 Memorial 6/401

ORCHARD, George grazier Brownhill Creek 1893 Memorial 215/421

No 1

ORCHARD, Hannibal railway overseer Bassett Town 1865 Application 6647

ORCHARD, Hannibal licensed victualler Aberdeen Hotel Aberdeen near Kooringa 1874 Memorial 38/278

No 1

ORCHARD, Jabez Pearson and ORCHARD, Albert Jame fellmongers Kapunda 1886 Application 20908

ORCHARD, Jabez Pearson fellmonger Kapunda and ORCHARD, Albert James fellmonger Adelaide 1889, the only children of Ann Orchard widow of Thomas Orchard fellmonger Kapunda. She had died 1/8/1874 intestate Application 21746

ORCHARD, Jabez Pearson fellmonger Kapunda 1889 Memorial 95/401

ORCHARD, Jabez Pearson woolbroker Adelaide 1902 Memorial 216/446

ORCHARD, Jabez Pearson woolbroker Kapunda. His wife, Jane Orchard, died 1902. Sister to Cornelius and John SHAKESHAFT no description Memorial 135/448 John Shakeshaft gentleman Adelaide 1903 Memorial 171/448 Cornelius Henderson Shakeshaft tailor Kapunda 1903 Memorial 178/448

ORCHARD, Jabez Pearson gentleman Marryatville 1907 Application 25371

ORCHARD, Jabez Pearson merchant Henley Beach 1918, declared that he had been born at Kapunda in 1860 and had remained there until 1904 Application 26617

ORCHARD, Jabez Pearson woolbroker Henley Beach. VS Orchard mentioned but not described 1919 Memorial 134/478

ORCHARD, Jabez Pearson company director Henley Beach of the Cameron Shoe Company Ltd a firm declared in receivership 1926 Memorial 42/495

No 1

ORCHARD, James and Thomas farmers Kapunda 1853 Memorial 240/56

ORCHARD, James fellmonger Kapunda 1871[-1878] Memorial 108/256, Application 16556 Bankrupt 26/4/1878. Excellent list of assets Enrolment 3/53

ORCHARD, James and Thomas fellmongers Kapunda 1872 Memorial 45/262

No 2

ORCHARD, James of Kooringa 1860 Memorial 167/168

ORCHARD, James Pearcen and Samuel fellmongers Kapunda 1883 Memorial 10/352

No 1

ORCHARD, John farmer Wallaroo Hundred of Willochra land grant 1882 Grant Book 24 Page 546 County Frome

ORCHARD, John farmer Wilmington 1882[-1884] Memorial 146/346 Then farmer Willochra 1884 Memorial 202/357

ORCHARD, John farmer Beautiful Valley 1889 Memorial 79/400

No 1 - the Elder

ORCHARD, Joseph [apparently the Elder] paver and bricklayer Adelaide 1850[-1855] Memorial 386/24

ORCHARD, Joseph the Elder of Adelaide died 11/9/1871. Father of Joseph Orchard the Younger licensed victualler Adelaide (Only surviving son and heir at law). Father-in-law of Johann Anton WARNCKEN of Adelaide Memorial 225/263

No 2 - the Younger

ORCHARD, Joseph farmer Adelaide 1855 Memorial 244/89

ORCHARD, Joseph labourer Cheltenham 1856 Memorial 200/97

ORCHARD, Joseph formerly farmer 1855 but now contractor Adelaide 1865 Application 5891.

ORCHARD, Joseph licensed victualler Adelaide 1877 Memorial 204/297

No 3 - perhaps a continuation of No 2

ORCHARD, Joseph farmer Baroota trustee Public School Hundred of Baroota land grant 1887 Grant Book 24 Page 697 County Frome

ORCHARD, Joseph linked with Section 73 Hundred of Baroota Co Frome 1889[-1892] Memorial 103/397

ORCHARD, Joseph farmer Pt Germein Hundred of Baroota land grant 1892 Grant Book 24 Page 698 County Frome

No 1

ORCHARD, Mark miner Kanmantoo 1865 Memorial 93/217

ORCHARD, Mark miner Nairne 1866 Memorial 188/208

ORCHARD, Philip gentleman Kapunda 1903 Application 24679

No 1

ORCHARD, Thomas fellmonger near Kapunda 1857[-1865] Memorial 198/127

ORCHARD, Thomas tanner Kapunda 1860 Memorial 271/162

ORCHARD, Thomas fellmonger Kapunda. Kapunda Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee 1865 Memorial 275/206

ORCHARD, Thomas fellmonger Kapunda and Ann Orchard his wife 1873 Memorial 220/266

ORCHARD, Thomas died 20/4/1873 of injuries when his dray overturned between Greenock and Nuriootpa. Inquest held. Death apparently not registered Application 14752

ORCHARD, Thomas Kapunda Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee, had died by 1875 Application 14751

ORCHARD, Ann widow Kapunda 1874, relict of the late Thomas Orchard formerly farmer Kapunda 1853. Linked with James Orchard farmer Kapunda 1853 & 1874 Application 13737

No 1

ORCHARD, William gentleman Adelaide 1852 Memorial 483/41

ORCHARD, William shoemaker Norwood 1854[-1856] Magill Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee Memorial 143/74 Norwood Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee 1854 Memorial 93/99

ORCHARD, William gentleman Norwood 1859 Application 347

ORCHARD, William gentleman Adelaide 1868 Memorial 158/230

ORCHARD, William the Elder gentleman Norwood, died 22/5/1869. Specific legacies to his sister, Elizabeth WILLIAMS, his son, William Orchard the Younger, and to the testator's son-in-law and trustee, James PAPPIN blacksmith Kensington and the testator's grandson, William Joseph Pappin. The rest of the estate to be converted into cash and the proceeds divided equally absolutely amongst the testators children - William Orchard the Younger, Elizabeth Pappin, Ellen Jane BOWDEN, Clarinda TREWENECK and Emma MESSENGER Memorials 236/241 & 5/256

No 2

ORCHARD, William of Mt Gambier 1855[-1860] Memorial 148/91

No 3

ORCHARD, William tanner Kooringa 1858 linked with James and Thomas Orchard fellmongers and wool dealers Kapunda Memorial 256/142

ORCHARD, William fellmonger Mintaro 1858[-1861] Memorial 146/142

No 4 - perhaps a continuation of No 3

ORCHARD, William farmer Kooringa 1859 Memorial 342/151

ORCHARD, WH clerk Robe 1869 Memorial 72/238

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

ORDEMANN, Conrad butcher Adelaide 1850[-1862] Memorial 121/20 Butcher late of Adelaide, now of the Black Forest 1851 Memorial 461/28

ORDEMANN, Conrad butcher Adelaide (Freeman St) 1854 Memorial 486/78

ORDEMANN, Conrad gentleman Kent Town 1862 Memorial 258/184

ORDEMANN, Conrad gentleman Kent Town, about to depart from the province for a time, power of attorney to Friedrich BAYER doctor Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 21/1/1863. By 24/10/1867, he was a gentleman of Bremen, Germany, and appointed Christian SCHILLING and Carl WACHTMANN land agents Adelaide, as his attorneys. By 27/12/1871, when he lived at Wiesenstrasse Bremen, he appointed his nephew, Johann Anton WARNCKEN butcher Freeman St, Adelaide, as his attorney, particularly to manage the repayment of publican Elard HARTIG’s £1,400 mortgage on the Queen’s Head, Kermode St, North Adelaide and a house and garden at Kent Town. By 20/5/1884, Conrad Ordemann Senr, still in Bremen, revoked all other powers of attorney and appointed his son, Conrad Ordemann Junr bank manager Lyndoch Valley, as his attorney  Deposits 16/1867, 5/1869, 162/174, 146/1885

ORDEMANN, Conrad gentleman Bremen, Germany power of attorney to Christian SCHILLING and Carl WACHTMANN land agents Adelaide to manage his SA business affairs 1867 Memorial 98/246

ORDEMANN, Conrad gentleman formerly of Kent Town but now absent from the said province 1870 Memorial 240/246

ORDEMANN, Conrad gentleman 11 Wiesenstrasse Bremen, Germany 1872 Memorial 141/277

ORDEMANN, Conrad the Younger accountant 15 Alfred St, Norwood 1900, son of Conrad Ordemann the Elder butcher formerly of Adelaide but late of Bremen Application 23964

O'REGAN, David took out a mineral licence in partnership on land 'southerly of Mt Craig' 1887 Memorial 218/388

O'REGAN, EF miner on Block 359 Hundred of English 1888 Memorial 227/394

O'REILY, John RC bishop of Pt Augusta 1888 Memorial 21/395

O'REILLY, Catherine married woman Southwark 1916 Memorial 48/474

O'REILLY, Charles Bernard of Payneham 1897 Memorial 198/432

O'REILLY, Henry Davidge chemist Adelaide (Currie St) 1854[-1856] Memorial 219/61

O'REILLY, Hugh farmer Hundred of Morgan 1887 Memorial 120/387

No 1

O'REILLY, John gentleman Stirling East 1885 Memorial 74/372

No 2

O’REILLY, John farmer Monarto Hundred of Monarto land grant 1876 Grant Book 58 Page 140 County Sturt

No 3

O'REILLY, John Corporation labourer North Adelaide 1911 Application 26001

O'REILLY, Katherine widow Bowen St, Kensington, aged 58 in 1935, declared that she was a daughter of Honora DALY widow storekeeper George St, Thebarton, who died c1919 Application 27989

O'REILLY, Mary Agnes widow Hundred of Walloway 1885[-1887] Memorial 7/369

No 1 – perhaps the same person

O'REILLY, Matthew farmer Mintaro Station Co Stanley. Hundred of Morgan land grant 1882 Grant Book 13 Page 416 County Dalhousie

O'REILLY, Matthew farmer Hundred of Morgan 1888 Memorial 215/392

O'REILLY, Matthew farmer Yongola 1893 Memorial 109/419

O'REILLY, Matthew farmer Yatina. Hundred of Morgan land grant 1904 Grant Book 13 Page 422 County Dalhousie

No 1

O'REILLY, Michael government surveyor Adelaide 1865 Memorial 168/203

No 2

O'REILLY, Michael of Mt Pleasant took out a 7-year lease of the Springton Hotel from FW KLEINSCHMIDT of Lobethal at £78 a year for the first year and then £1/10/- a week for the rest of the period with right of purchase 1866 Memorial 141/213

No 3

O'REILLY, Michael farmer Hundred of Morgan 1897 Memorial 173/431

No 1

O'REILLY, Patrick baker Walkerville 1871[-1872] Memorial 180/251

O'REILLY, Patrick formerly baker Walkerville, but now innkeeper North Road 1872 Application 12411

O'REILLY, Patrick licensed victualler Northern Hotel, Upper North Road near Adelaide 1872 Application 12089

No 2

O'REILLY, Patrick of Plympton South Road 1878 Memorial 237/306

O'REILLY, Patrick gentleman Plympton 1884 Application 27598.

O'REILLY, Patrick gentleman Plympton 1890 Memorial 19/401

No 1

O'REILLY, Patrick Ambrose slate labourer Willunga and Eliza Amelia O'Reilly his wife 1917 Memorial 97/475

O'REILLY, Eliza Amelia wife of Patrick Ambrose O'Reilly labourer Willunga (possibly deceased) 1946 Application 28439

O'REILLY, Patrick Joseph farmer Black Rock. Hundred of Morgan land grant 1920 Grant Book 13 Page 423 County Dalhousie

O'REILLY, Patrick Makenna stockdealer Kent Town 1875[-1877] Memorial 1782/286

O'REILLY, Phillip farmer Black Rock near Burra. Hundred of Morgan land grant 1923 Grant Book 13 Page 423 County Dalhousie

O'REILLY, Thomas moulder Adelaide 1891 Memorial 139/412

O'RILEY, David licensed victualler the Bell Inn Adelaide 1883 Memorial 179/349

O’RILEY, Patrick farmer Julia Creek. Hundred of Julia Creek land grant 1889 Grant Book 44 Page 81 County Light

ORGAN, Benjamin saddler Adelaide (South Tce) 1845[-1846] Memorial 269/43

No 1

ORMEROD, George sheep farmer Mosquito Plains 1850 Memorial 439/21

ORMEROD, George stockholder Mosquito Plains 1851[-1853] Memorial 179/37 Sheep farmer Tatiara District 1853 Memorial 389/73

ORMEROD, George merchant Guichen Bay 1853 Memorial 135/54

Merchant Robe 1854[-1868] Memorial 390/73

ORMEROD, George Esquire Robe 1862 Memorial 200/185

ORMEROD, George merchant Robe linked wih John Ormerod merchant formerly of Robe but now in parts beyond the seas 1862 Memorial 44/189

ORMEROD, George merchant Robe Guichen Bay, became a bankrupt in 1870 Memorial 235/244

ORMEROD, George merchant Robe but presently in Melbourne Vic 1870. He left his whole estate to his wife, Mary Ormerod. Did he die c1870? Application 18815

ORMEROD, George had died by 18/2/1874. His wife, Mary Ormerod, usually living in Robe, was now in Melbourne Vic, before going to Europe for a period. She was in business as a sheep and cattle farmer with John GRICE of Robe and another John GRICE of Melbourne Vic. She left power of attorney with Charles Coltmann DUNN Esquire Inkerman St, St Kilda Vic, and by default to John GRICE of Melbourne, to manage her business affairs anywhere in the Australasian colonies. By 16/9/1880, Mrs Ormerod had left SA and was living permanently at Stoney Park, near Brunswick Vic, again about to visit Europe Deposit 79/1862

ORMEROD, Mary widow of George Ormerod, late of Robe, but now of parts beyond the sea 1874 Application 13812

ORMEROD, Mary widow formerly of Robe Guichen Bay but now of parts beyond the seas 1875[-1876] Memorial 111/286

ORMEROD, Mary widow formerly of Robe but now of Honey Park, Brunwick Co Burke Vic 1880 Memorial 22/326

ORMEROD, Mary widow Robe 1888 Memorial 22/394

ORMEROD, Mary widow formerly of Robe, but now of North Brighton Vic, made a gift of allotments 97 & 98 in Robe, for the use of the Church of England 1889 Application 21717

ORMEROD, Mary widow formerly of Robe but now of Heidelberg Vic linked with George Omerod Lieutenant-Col Royal Minister Fusilliers Heidelberg Vic 1906 Memorial 139/454

ORMEROD, Mary widow Moorakyne Heidelberg Vic executrix of the will of the late George Ormerod formerly merchant Robe but now deceased. William Henry Ormerod of Sale Vic also mentioned but not described 1906 Memorial 1/456

No 1 - perhaps the same person

ORMEROD, John farmer Hurtle Vale 1841 Memorial 50/24

ORMEROD, John merchant Robe Guichen Bay 1857 Memorial 15/126

ORMEROD, John gentleman Manchester, Lancs, England power of attorney to George Ormerod merchant Robe 1862 Memorial 212/183

ORMEROD, John gentleman Manchester, Lancs, England, power of attorney to George ORMEROD merchant Robe Town, to manage his SA business affairs 24/2/1862 Deposit 79/1862

ORMISTON, Colina Jessie spinster the Hundred of Yanyarrie 1886 Memorial 76/374

No 1

ORMISTON, John butcher Beautiful Valley trustee Cemetery Hundred of Gregory land grant 1878 Grant Book 23 Page 27 County Frome

No 2

ORMISTON, John farmer Wilmington trustee Institute Wilmington Hundred of Willochra land grant 1880 Grant Book 24 Page 541 County Frome

ORMISTON, John farmer Hundred of Yanyarrie 1886[-1887] Memorial 71/374

ORMISTON, Peter bookbinder Adelaide 1880 Memorial 54/326

ORMISTON, Peter David of Adelaide 1884 Memorial 21/358

No 1

ORMOND, John blacksmith Pt Adelaide 1857 Memorial 169/115

ORMOND, John blacksmith Pt Adelaide 1858 Application 146

No 2

ORMOND, John watchmaker Pt Adelaide 1881 Memorial 155/330

ORMOND, Samuel shoemaker Pt Adelaide 1869 Application 10199

No 1

ORMOND, William Frederick market gardener James St, Marion, aged 57 in 1948. He had lived continuously in the district for 55 years Application 28625

ORMOND, Eudara Ethel widow James St, Marion 1966, declared that she had been born on 18/8/1895 at Almond Grove, Marion, and had lived in the area all her life Application 29635

ORMSBY, Caroline widow Kensington 1922, declared that she had lived on the corner of William and Hill Sts, Kensington for 50 years Application 27061

ORMSBY, Emily married woman Bowillia 1910 Memorial 11/464

ORMSBY, Francis no description linked with land 'at Gibson's Camp on the Yudnapinna Run on the road from Pt Augusta to Coondambo' 1880 Memorial 29/328

No 1

ORMSBY, George Francis farmer Hundred of Ninnes 1882 Memorial 129/343

ORMSBY, GF farmer Ninnes Plains 1884 Memorial 126/358

ORMSBY, George Francis farmer Ninnes Plains. Hundred of Ninnes land grant 1885 Grant Book 14 Page 294 County Daly

ORMSBY, George Francis farmer Hundred of Ninnes, became a bankrupt in 1887 Memorial 6/386

ORMSBY, George Owen Esquire Adelaide 1842 Memorial 59/2

ORMSBY, Herbert William tailor Adelaide (Rundle St) 1918 Memorial 84/477

ORMSBY, John farmer Clare Co Stanley. Hundred of Ninnes land grant 1885 Grant Book 14 Page 294 County Daly

No 1

ORMSBY, Matthew shepherd Mintaro 1854[-1858] Memorial 77/77

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

ORMSBY, Matthew miner Aberdeen 1861 Memorial 76/179

ORMSBY, Matthew formerly miner Aberdeen 1861 but now of Wallaroo Bay 1867 Application 8643

O'RORKE, John farmer Wiltunga 1887 Memorial 63/387

ORR, Alexander farmer Gumbowie 1886 Memorial 80/378

No 1

ORR, Andrew Darling mariner Queenstown 1859 Application 790

ORR, Andrew Darling engine driver Goolwa 1876 Application 14859

ORR, Hugh Marshall clerk Adelaide 1891 Memorial 69/410

ORR, James manager Union Bank of Australia Adelaide Branch 1886 Memorial 139/379

No 1

ORR, John Henry Miller farmer Woodside and Elizabeth Orr his wife 1856 Memorial 244/104

ORR, John Henry Miller farmer near Woodside 1855. He died 18/10/1876 Douglas Parade, Williamstown Vic, of numbers of attacks of serous apoplexy (the 1st five years ago) and paralysis (lasted 4 days), aged 56. He had been born in Greenwich, Kent, England, the son of a grocer, Sims Orr, and had married, aged 21, in London, to Elizabeth nee ANSTICE. Children of the marriage - Elizabeth Amelia Orr aged 31, Charles Frederick Orr aged 29, Grace Sims Orr aged 25, Orlando Orr aged 23 years. His wife, Elizabeth Orr, had already died 23/4/1871, of asthma (9 years), and kidney disease (8 months). Born in Bristol, England, daughter of Charles Anstice Bristol Channel pilot and his wife Elizabeth nee Anstice, she married at Deptford, Kent, England, aged 29. The Orrs had lived Vic for 19 years in 1871. JHM Orr was Presbyterian, his wife was Anglican. Linked with Richard PERKINS farmer Woodford Farm near Woodside Application 19550

No 1

ORR, Neill carrier Kincraig 1861[-1866] Memorial 81/177

ORR, Neil formerly of Narracoorte 1861 but now of Cammas Cross, near Sandford Vic 1880 Application 18815

No 1

ORR, Robert farmer Baroota 1895[-1898] Memorial 96/424

ORR, Robert farmer Baroota Hundred of Baroota land grant 1898 Grant Book 24 Page 699 County Frome

No 1

ORR, Sydney Byron broker Adelaide 1920 Memorial 177/481

ORR, Sidney Byron merchant Adelaide (Gawler Place) carrying on business with Lewis Henry EY under the style or firm of The Commonwealth Car Exchange, declared a bankrupt 1922 Memorial 198/486

No 1

ORROCK, James farmer Hundred of Adelaide 1853 Memorial 242/60

ORROCK, James farmer First Creek 1853 Memorial 134/104

ORROCK, James sheep farmer Murray River 1856[-1861] Enrolment 77/42

ORROCK, James farmer Murray River 1858 Memorial 261/142

ORROCK, James farmer Duck Ponds near Truro 1857[-1863] Memorial 220/122

ORROCK, James farmer Dutton 1883 Memorial 143/352

ORROCK, James farmer Eudunda Hundred of English land grant 1894 Grant Book 17 Page 174 County Eyre

ORROCK, Robert farmer Duck Ponds near Truro 1866 Memorial 248/269

No 1

ORROCK, Thomas farmer near Truro Hundred of Anna land grant 1876 Grant Book 17 Page 137 County Eyre

ORROCK, Thomas farmer near Truro Hundred of Booleroo land grant 1882 Grant Book 24 Page 626 County Frome

ORROCK, Thomas of Pekina trustee Pekina Cemetery 1882 Grant Book 13 Page 167 County Dalhousie

ORROCK, Thomas farmer near Truro Co Eyre. Hundsred of Pekina land grant 1884 Grant Book 13 Page 169 County Dalhousie

ORROCK, Thomas farmer Wepowie Hundred of Pekina land grant 1910 Grant Book 13 Page 175 County Dalhousie

No 1

ORSMOND, Thomas poundkeeper Gawler 1849 Memorial 212/14

ORSMOND, Elizabeth widow Gawler 1853[-1860] Memorial 302/46

ORSMOND, Thomas Henry gentleman Gawler 1852 Memorial 262/44 Carrier Gawler 1853[-1858] Memorial 354/49

No 1

ORTLOFF, Wilhelm Friedrich no description had an interest in Section 445 Hundred of Tiparra Co Daly 1883 Memorial 149/349

ORTLOFF, Wilhelm Friedrich farmer Penang 1889 Memorial 139/396

ORUM, Carl James Marins foreman Pt Augusta West Co Manchester. Tickera (Hundred of Tickera) township allotment land grant 1884 Grant Book 14 Page 388 County Daly

ORWELL, David Alfred farmer Lameroo. Hundred of Bews land grant 1940 Grant Book 12 Page 17 County Chandos

ORWELL, George Arthur miner Wallaroo, died 10/7/1881 intestate. Letters of administration to his widow, Mary Orwell, to settle his £135 estate Memorial 47/409

OSBORN, Emla widow Adelaide 1866 Memorial 55/209

OSBORN, Francis Ernest vigneron McLaren Vale 1950 Application 28751

OSBORN, Frederick Robert gardener Richmond. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1916 Grant Book 2 Page 34 County Adelaide

OSBORN, George farmer Mt Charles 1859 Memorial 129/151

No 1 - perhaps the same person

OSBORN, George Henry stonecutter Walkerville 1867 Application 8073

OSBORN, George Henry builder Norwood 1869 Application 10394

No 1

OSBORN, Jacob farmer near Woodside 1860 Memorial 297/165

OSBORN, Jacob farmer near Woodside and Rachel Osborn his wife 1860 daughter of the late William BONEHAM Application 1810

No 1

OSBORN, John miner Kanmantoo 1850 Memorial 97/26

OSBORNE, John miner Kanmantoo Callington Primitive Methodist Chapel trustee 1861 Memorial 237/177

OSBORN, John miner Moonta Mines owned land in Kanmantoo 1882 Memorial 72/343

No 1

OSBORN, John George carpenter Adelaide 1858 Memorial 341/131

OSBORN, John George carpenter North Adelaide 1864[-1875] Memorials 42/196 & 238/214

OSBORN, John George carpenter North Adelaide 1872 Memorial 20/262

OSBORN, John George Corporation officer Adelaide 1876 Memorial 63/294

OSBORN, John George bottler Adelaide 1878 Memorial 27/310

OSBORN, John George bottler Adelaide 1879 Application 17556.

OSBORN, John George formerly bottler Adelaide but now agent Prospect 1880[-1881] Application 18332.

OSBORN, JG Secretary to the Oddfellows’ Society Adelaide (Leigh St) [residence in Chancery Lane] 1883 Application 19980.

OSBORN, John George agent North Adelaide 1892 Application 22367.

OSBORN, John George gentleman North Adelaide 1891[-1900] Memorial 56/440
No 1 - perhaps the same person

OSBORN, John Kinsman miner Kanmantoo and Mary Kinsman his wife 1857[-1864] Memorial 288/130

OSBORN, John Kinsman produce merchant Adelaide (212 Rundle St) 1892 Memorial 115/416

OSBORN, John Walden builder Broken Hill NSW and Thomasin Middleton Osborn his wife 1918 Application 26665

OSBORN, William Francis farm labourer Redhill. Hundred of Redhill land grant 1917 Grant Book 14 Page 382 County Daly

No 1

OSBORN, William Henry licensed victualler Meadows 1908 Memorial 47/459

OSBORN, William Henry formerly licensed victualler Echunga but then of 15 The Esplanade, Henley Beach, died c1922. Executor; Cyril John George Osborn accountant Unley Memorial 144/487

No 1

OSBORNE, ASR mine agent Moonta 1862 Memorial 18/186

OSBORNE, Abraham Sharland Rawlings probably of Moonta 1866 Memorial 228/213

OSBORNE, Albert farmer Sherlock. Hundred of Roby land grant 1911 Grant Book 6 Page 23 County Buccleuch

OSBORNE, Elizabeth spinster Kensington 1851 Memorial 270/37

No 1

OSBORNE, Fanny widow Normanville 1876 Memorial 38/288

OSBORNE, Fanny widow formerly of Normanville but now of Norwood 1884 Memorial 23/359

No 1

OSBORNE, Henry publican Adelaide 1838 Application 23296.

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

OSBORNE, Henry Esquire formerly of Adelaide 1841 but now of Marshall Mount NSW 1856 Application 15491

OSBORNE, Henry Esquire Marshall Mount NSW, power of attorney to Elder

Smith & Co, Adelaide, to sell his real estate in the Meadows Special Survey

and North Adelaide 2/1/1856 Deposit 64/1856

OSBORNE, Henry Esquire Marshall Mount Illawarra NSW 1841[-1859]. He died 29/3/1859. Probably father of Henry Hill Osborne, Patrick Hill Osborne, Alick Osborne and Benjamin Marshall Osborne of Marshall Mount Memorials 41 & 42/465

OSBORNE, Henry Esquire Adelaide 1848 Memorial 493/11 Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now of Marshall Mount NSW 1850[-1856] Memorial 401/23

OSBORNE, Henry Esquire Marshall Mt Illawarra NSW and Sarah Osborne his wife 1857 Memorial 89/114

OSBORNE, Henry Esquire Marshall Mount Illawarra District of Camden NSW, died c1859. He left his considerable estate under varying conditions to his five sons - Henry Hill Osborne, Patrick Hill Osborne, Alick Osborne, Benjamin Marshall Osborne, and John King Osborne Memorial 26/252

OSBORNE, Jesse labourer Pt Adelaide 1866 Application 7123

No 1

OSBORNE, John cabinetmaker Norwood 1861 Application 2628.

No 2

OSBORNE, John fellmonger Undalya 1876 Memorial 32/293

OSBORNE, John fellmonger Undalya 1877 Memorial 109/300

OSBORNE, John fellmonger Millicent 1886 Application 21088.

OSBORNE, John fellmonger Millicent 1887 Memorial 52/389

OSBORNE, John fellmonger Millicent Hundred of Mayurra land grant 1887 Grant Book 31 Page 232 County Grey

No 3 – perhaps a continuation of No 2

OSBORNE, John storekeeper Hundred of Mayurra Hundred of Mayurra land grant 1900 Grant Book 31 Page 235 County Grey

No 1

OSBORNE, JJ linked with the SA Carrying Company Ltd 1878 Memorial 46/312

OSBORNE, John James carrier Adelaide 1880 Memorial 135/327

OSBORNE, John James and CHIPP, Henry Edward carrriers Adelaide 1881 Application 18793

No 1

OSBORNE, John draper Pt Adelaide 1868[-1876] Memorial 116/234

OSBORNE, John Joseph draper Pt Adelaide 1874[-1876] Memorial 172/276

OSBORNE, John Joseph gentleman Woodville 1877[-1878] Memorial 156/302

OSBORNE, John Joseph draper Adelaide and Sarah Harriett Osborne his wife 1881 Memorial 246/333

OSBORNE, John Joseph merchant Adelaide 1886 Memorial 170/374

OSBORNE, John Joseph merchant Rundle St, Adelaide, about to leave the province, power of attorney to John Warren BAKEWELL Esquire Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 22/2/1886. By 8/4/1886, JJ Osborne and his wife, Sarah Harriet Osborne, had arrived in England and were living at Australian Ave, London. She also had business interests in SA Deposits 110/1878, 35/1886

OSBORNE, John Joseph formerly draper Pt Adelaide 1873 until at least 1881, then by 1884 'of parts beyond the sea'; by 1886 'now or formerly merchant of Australian Ave, London and Rundle St, Adelaide'. His widow, Sarah Harriet Osborne, of 24 Alleyn Rd, West Dulwich, Surrey, England, died 23/4/1919. Emma Stevens Osborne spinster 24 Downs Park West, Redland, Bristol, England, died 10/11/1948. She owned Kyle House, 228 St Vincent St, Pt Adelaide, as a trustee of Mrs Osborne 's estate. It appears as though Kyle House was the shop of James MENPES merchant Pt Adelaide c1855. He leased the premises to DONALDSON, ANDREW & SHARLAND drapers Adelaide in the mid-1860s. 1873-c1884. Mrs Osborne leased the business to Vickery Young JONES and Zechariah Herbert Jones drapers Pt Adelaide in the 1880s after the Osbornes had returned to England. The Le Messurier family bought Kyle House for £3,600 from the Osborne family in 1951. Solicitors SCAMMELL, SKIPPER & HOLLIDGE solicitors Pt Adelaide, practised in Kyle House by 1955 Application 29088

No 1

OSBORNE, Michael yeoman Yankalilla 1852 Memorial 443/43

OSBORNE, Michael farmer Yankalilla 1857[-1859] Memorial 323/116

OSBORNE, Fanny widow Yankalilla 1875, relict of the late Michael Osborne formerly farmer Yankalilla 1856 Application 14325

No 1

OSBORNE, Michael warder Parkside Asylum 1908 Application 25529

OSBORNE, Richard Edmund Pope mining investor Adelaide (16 Grenfell St) 1913 Memorial 109/469

OSBORNE, Richard John gardener Kersbrook 1926 Memorial 32/495

OSBORNE, Robert Martin printer and publisher Adelaide (Currie St) 1902 Memorial 141/445

No 1

OSBORNE, Robert William master mariner The Semaphore 1881 Application 18920

OSBORNE, Robert William master mariner Pt Adelaide 1910 Application 25771

OSBORNE, Robert William master mariner Osborne Le Fevre Peninsula and Agnes Osborne his wife 1911 Memorial 63/465

No 1

OSBORNE, Samuel gentleman North Adelaide 1883 Memorial 83/355

OSBORNE, Samuel [formerly gentleman North Adelaide but now] licensed victualler Adelaide 1884 Memorial 178/359

No 1

OSBORNE, S Manager Kapunda Mines 1870 Memorial 77/252

OSBORNE, Stephen mining captain Kapunda 1872 Memorial 40/261

OSBORNE, Stephen general manager of the Copper Company Ltd Inc Mines and Works Kapunda 1871 Memorial 11/263

OSBORNE, T director of the West Mutooroo Copper Mining Co of Adelaide 1889 Memorial 99/397

No 1

OSBORNE, Thomas stonemason Angaston 1856 Memorial 246/98

No 2

OSBORNE, Thomas farmer Yankalilla 1857[-1865] Memorial 301/121

No 1

OSBORNE, William gentleman Adelaide 1855 Memorial 341/88

Gentleman North Adelaide 1855 Memorial 470/88

OSBOURNE, William Esquire North Adelaide 1861 Memorial 291/170

OSBORNE, William gentleman North Adelaide, died c1863. He left his entire estate in trust to his wife, Mary Hannah Osborne, during her widowhood, then to the trustees, Ainsworth Auchinlech HUDDLESTONE grocer North Adelaide and Charles Staley KEELING farmer Finniss Flat near Strathalbyn, to distribute absolutely to the children of the marriage according to the terms of the will Memorial 173/191

OSBORNE, Mary Hannah widow North Adelaide 1863[-1866] Memorial 37/191

No 2

OSBORNE, William shoemaker Goolwa 1860[-1868] Memorial 115/162 Goolwa Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee 1868 Memorial 195/234

No 3

OSBORNE, William gentleman North Adelaide 1858 Memorial 257/140

OSBORNE, William died FIND WHEN. His widow, Mary Hannah Osborne nee Smith (daughter of John Smith), remarried 5/5/1875 at St Jude Brighton, to Ainsworth Auchinlech HUDDLESTON (Father; James Huddleston) widower grocer North Adelaide. AA Huddleston was an executor of his new wife’s former husband’s will. Samuel Smith druggist North Adelaide was a witness to the marriage ceremony. [Was the other witness, Emily Keeling, wife of Charles Staley Keeling of Mayfield House, Ashbourne, a sister to the bride?] Application 18111

No 4

OSBORNE, William fruit merchant North Adelaide 1876 Application 14718

No 1

OSBORNE, William Edward of near Millicent 1890 Memorial 58/404

OSBORNE, William Edward farmer Millicent Hundred of Mt Muirhead land grant 1892 Grant Book 31 Page 204 County Grey

OSBORNE, William F clerk to Messrs GWYNNE & LAWRENCE solicitors Adelaide 1850[-1853] Memorial 90/25

OSBORNE, William Henry teacher Upper Sturt. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1895 Grant Book 2 Page 24 County Adelaide

OSBOURNE, Charles innkeeper Harp Inn, Gawler Plains 1850 Memorial 342/24 Publican Sportsman’s Hotel Gawler Plains 1850 Memorial 398/26

No 1

O'SHANAHAN, James police constable Adelaide (Sturt St) 1878 Application 16913

No 2 - probably the same person

O'SHANAHAN, James farmer Pt Lincoln 1899 Memorial 23/444

O'SHANAHAN, J farmer Tod River 1902 Memorial 80/446

No 1

O'SHANAHAN, Michael police sergeant North Adelaide 1906, declared that he became police constable in charge of the Semaphore police district on 12/2/1876. He lived at Semaphore until 1887. During 1878, he bought allotments 23, 25 of Weymouth township (Section 1112 Hundred of Pt Adelaide), abandoned by one Thomas MEARS labourer Pt Adelaide, who left for the Victorian gold fields in 1854 and had not been heard of since Application 26704

O'SHANAHAN, Michael police sergeant McLaren St, Adelaide, died 23/11/1911. His daughter, Bridget Margaret KINGSWOOD married woman formerly of McLaren St, Adelaide but now of Grant Ave, Rose Park 1918, declared that she was 4 years old in 1876 when her family went to live at the Semaphore Application 26704

No 1

O’SHANAHAN, William gentleman Pt Lincoln Hundred of Hutchison land grant 1856 Grant Book 21 Page 21 County Flinders

O’SHANAHAN, William police trooper Three Lakes Pt Lincoln Hundred of Louth land grant 1867 Grant Book 21 Page 16 County Flinders

O'SHAUGHNESSY, Elsie licensed victualler Adelaide [Criterion Hotel King William St] wife of William Francis O'Shaughnessy out of business Adelaide 1900 Memorial 61/441

No 1 – the Elder

O'SHAUGHNESSY, James the Elder yeoman Adelaide 1868 Memorial 69/235

No 2 – the Younger

O’SHAUGHNESSY, James farmer Finniss Point Co Light. Hundred of Crystal Brook land grant 1879 Grant Book 60 Page 226 County Victoria

O'SHAUGHNESSY, Matthew butcher Hamilton Tas 1868 Application 9340

O'SHAUGHNESSY, Mary Ann widow Adelaide 1853 Memorial 159/59

O'SHAUGHNESSY, Thomas farmer Sheaoak Log 1854[-1862] Memorial 266/80

No 1

O'SHEA, Daniel James blacksmith Kingston S-E 1893 Application 22572

O'SHEA, Daniel James blacksmith Kingston S-E and Jessie O'Shea his wife 1901[-1902] Memorial 81/443, Application 24472

O'SHEA, Daniel James blacksmith Kingston S-E 1924 Memorial 184/491

No 1

O'SHEA, Jeremiah of Yongala. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1880 Grant Book 13 Page 193 County Dalhousie

O'SHEA, Jeremiah of Hill River Station 1886 Memorial 244/373

O'SHEA, Joseph Phillip clerk to the District Council of Kapunda 1935, declared that he had been clerk since 1932, when the District Council of Belvidere, for whom he had been clerk for 31 years, amalgamated with it Application 27995

O'SHEA, Martin District Council of Kooringa clerk Kooringa 1893[-1897] Memorial 75/418

No 1

OSMAN, Henry tallow chandler Adelaide Co Adelaide. Wallaroo (Hundred of Wallaroo) township allotment land grant 1861 Grant Book 14 Page 4 County Daly

OSMAN, Henry tallow chandler Adelaide (Short St) 1862 Memorial 112/181

No 1

OSMAN, John James saddler Millicent trustee Cemetery Millicent Hundred of Mt Muirhead land grant 1873 Grant Book 31 Page 193 County Grey

OSMAN, John James saddler Millicent Hundred of Mayurra land grant 1883 Grant Book 31 Page 230 County Grey

OSMAN, John James of Millicent 1888 Memorial 124/393

OSMAN, John J JP of Millicent 1891 Memorial 143/408

No 1

OSMENT, James butcher Hindmarsh 1846[-1868] Memorial 156/55

OSMENT, James butcher formerly of Hindmarsh but now of Castlemaine Vic 1857 Memorial 239/130

OSMOND, Albert William out of business 55 Cumberland Ave, Cumberland Pk, aged 61 in 1959 Application 29379

OSMOND, Henry John farmer Kangarilla 1935 Application 27996

OSMOND, James Petrie bootmaker Pt Adelaide declared in 1867: He was the father of Thomas Osmond, late lighthouse keeper Trowbridge Light House, who drowned with his wife, Elizabeth, near the light house on 20/3/1867. They had no family. Application 8447

OSMOND, PA postmistress Kangarilla 1918 Memorial 14/478

OSMOND, Thomas the Elder yeoman Adelaide 1838 Application 18961

No 1 - perhaps the same person

OSSIG, Carl farmer Angaston 1857[-1862] Memorial 227/127

OSSIG, Carl of near Saddleworth Hundred of Gregory land grant 1880 Grant Book 23 Page 111 County Frome

OSSIG, Carl of near Wilmington 1881 Memorial 127/331

OSSIG, Christoph farmer Dutton Hundred of Neales land grant 1880 Grant Book 17 Page 197 County Eyre

OSSIG, Gottlieb Wilhelm farmer Hundred of Uroonda 1890 Memorial 190/403

No 1

OSSWALD, Carl farmer Angas Park 1851 Memorial 78/95

OSSWALD, Carl [formerly farmer but now] merchant Angas Park 1851[-1854] Memorial 111/66

OSSWALD, Carl storekeeper Adelaide 1853[-1855] Memorial 326/82

OSSWALD, Ferdinand gentleman Adelaide 1851[-1853] Memorial 114/32

OSTEN, John blacksmith St Marys 1851 Memorial 476/37

OSTERBURG, David farmer Angas Park 1851[-1854] Memorial 398/31

OSTERMANN, Johann farmer near Sandy Creek Co Gawler. Hundred of Finniss land grant 1874 Grant Book 58 Page 33 County Sturt

OSTERSTOCK, Andrew George bootmaker Pt Adelaide 1889[-1899] Memorial 218/397, Application 23894

No 1

O’SULLIVAN, Dennis farmer Reedbeds 1847 Memorial 251/8

O'SULLIVAN, Dennis bricklayer Hindmarsh 1852 Memorial 212/46 Stone mason Hindmarsh 1853[-1863] Memorial 13/50

No 1

O’SULLIVAN, Edmond farmer near Navan Hundred of Melville land grant 1876 Grant Book 19 Page 75 County Fergusson

O’SULLIVAN, Edmond farmer near Navan Hundred of Appila land grant 1880 Grant Book 24 Page 497 County Frome

O'SULLIVAN, Eugene, James and Jerome farmers near Tarlee 1880 Memorial 27/323

No 1

O'SULLIVAN, Eugene Francis farmer Tarlee 1908 Memorial 189/458

O'SULLIVAN, Eugene Francis farmer Tarlee, died 4/10/1914. Brother to Jerome Michael O'Sullivan of Tarlee. Uncle to James John O'Sullivan, Ellen Maria O'Sullivan and Catherine Mary O'Sullivan Memorial 197/471

O'SULLIVAN, G & F farmers Tarlee 1891 Application 22151

No 1

O’SULLIVAN, Ignatius farmer Morphett Vale 1847[-1869] Memorial 336/8

O'SULLIVAN, Ignatius farmer Morphett Vale, died 9/7/1871 Memorial 29/257

O'SULLIVAN, Ignatius farmer Morphett Vale, died 1871. He left his entire estate in trust to his wife, Honora O'Sullivan, during her lifetime, then in specific bequests absolutely in remainder expectant to his daughters, Catherine SHEEHAN wife of Michael Sheehan and Mary CASH no husband mentioned Memorial 87/254

O'SULLIVAN, James gentleman Salisbury 1856 Memorial 62/101

No 1

O'SULLIVAN, James John clerk of the Local Court Salisbury 1858[-1859] Memorial 70/148

O'SULLIVAN, James John clerk to the District Council of Yatala Salisbury 1858 Memorial 302/151

O'SULLIVAN, James John clerk Salisbury 1863 Memorial 262/191

O'SULLIVAN, James John gentleman Salisbury 1865 Application 6556

O'SULLIVAN, James John gentleman Salisbury 1873[-1879] Memorial 166/266

O’SULLIVAN, James John District Clerk Salisbury 1882 Application 19083

O’SULLIVAN, James John farmer Salisbury 1883 Application 19923

No 2

O'SULLIVAN, James John farmer Tarlee linked with Jerome Michael O'Sullivan retired farmer Adelaide 1915 Memorial 1/473

O'SULLIVAN, James John stock dealer Kapunda 1927[-1940] Memorial 11/505

O'SULLIVAN, James John farmer Tarlee 1931 Application 27845

No 1 - perhaps the same person

O’SULLIVAN, Jerome, James O’Sullivan and Eugene O’Sullivan farmers near Tarlee 1880 Application 18027

O'SULLIVAN, Jerome Michael out of business Union St, Semaphore, died 14/9/1926. He left his dead and live farming stock to his son, James John O'SULLIVAN of Tarlee. He also left his farm land at Tarlee and Salisbury [Parafield] in trust to his son for his lifetime, then the real estate to be sold. His son's widow, Frances O'Sullivan, to receive a life annuity of £200 or until her remarriage. The Largs Bay Orphanage, the Goodwood Orphanage and the Jesuit Fathers at Sevenhill to get £100 each. The rest of the money to go to any children of his above son in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant, otherwise into trust, known as the Eugene Francis O'Sullivan Bursary, for the annual income to go equally to the Irish Mission to China (whose headquarters are at St Patrick's Cathedral, Melbourne Vic), the Sacred Heart School at Douglas Park NSW and the Beagle Bay Mission in WA. The rest of his estate to be sold and the proceeds divided equally absolutely between his two daughters - Ellen Marie O'Sullivan an Katherine MEEGAN (if she be a widow, otherwise Ellen O'Sullivan to get more money). Many codicils attached to this will. By 1961, James John O'Sullivan farmer Tarlee had died 17/8/1958. His widow, Frances O'Sullivan had retired to 1 Maturin Rd, Glenelg. Ellen Maria O'Sullivan spinster Semaphore died 23/8/1957. The Trustees for the O'Sullivan Estate were Bagot's Executor and Trustee Co Ltd formerly of King William St, Adelaide but now 198 North Tce, Adelaide (Keith William PACKHAM manager] Application 29437

No 1

O'SULLIVAN, John schoolmaster Salisbury 1854 Memorial 76/77

O'SULLIVAN, John Clerk to the District Council of Yatala South Para Plains, died 22/5/1885 near Salisbury. His personal estate and most of his real estate to his wife, Ellen Maria O'Sullivan, in trust during her lifetime, then to his three sons, Jerome, James and Eugene O'Sullivan in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant. Allotments and a cottage in Salisbury, plus a quarter of the farm income once her mother had died, to his daughter, Margaret Mary O'SULLIVAN, in trust for life, then to her brothers in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant. Estate worth £400 Application 28613

No 2

O’SULLIVAN, John storekeeper Hamley Bridge Co Gawler. Hundred of Yangya land grant 1874 Grant Book 60 Page 86 County Victoria

O’SULLIVAN, John farmer Hamley Bridge Co Gawler. Hundred of Hall land grant 1883 Grant Book 56 Page 219 County Stanley

O’SULLIVAN, John farmer Halbury trustee Institute Halbury Halbury (Hundred of Hall) township allotment land grant 1883 Grant Book 56 Page 385 County Stanley

No 1

O'SULLIVAN, Margaret Mary spinster Kapunda 1901 Memorial 211/443

O'SULLIVAN, Margaret Mary of Kapunda 1908 Memorial 168/459

No 1 - probably the same person

O'SULLIVAN, Mary widow Adelaide 1852 Memorial 400/42

O'SULLIVAN, Mary widow Adelaide (Pirie St) 1853[-1856] Memorial 412/52

O’SULLIVAN, Matthew doctor Adelaide 1851[-1852] Memorial 10/36

No 1

O’SULLIVAN, Michael of Clare 1873 Memorial 63/265

O'SULLIVAN, Michael contractor Clare 1911 Application 25979

No 1

O'SULLIVAN, Patrick drover Adelaide 1873 Memorial 48/267

O'SULLIVAN, Patrick drover Adelaide 1875 Application 13987

No 1

O'SULLIVAN, Thomas farmer Peachey Belt 1856 Memorial 209/96

O'SULLIVAN, Thomas farmer [formerly of Peachey Belt but now of] Morphett Vale 1867[-1878] Memorial 151/255

O'SULLIVAN, Thomas farmer Morphett Vale, son of Ignatius O'Sullivan and his wife, Honora O'Sullivan. Other children included Catherine SHEEHAN wife of Michael Sheehan and Mary CASH nee O'Sullivan 1894 Application 22774

No 2

O’SULLIVAN, Thomas farmer Stirling North Hundred of Davenport land grant 1896 Grant Book 24 Page 669 County Frome

O'SULLIVAN, Timothy farmer Angas Park 1851[-1853] Memorial 393/31

No 1

OSWALD, Alfred Bristow boundary rider Pt Lincoln Hundred of Yaranyacka land grant 1881 Grant Book 179 Page 205 County Flinders

OSWALD, Alfred Bristow farmer Hundred of Uley linked with Jane Oswald widow Big Swamp near Pt Lincoln 1886 Memorial 113/374

OSWALD, Alfred Bristow of Poonindie trustee unnamed Church Hundred of Louth land grant 1900 Grant Book 21 Page 49 County Flinders

No 1

OSWALD, CW clerk Lion Brewing & Malting Co Ltd 1914 Memorial 55/471

OSWALD, CW clerk to the Lion Brewing and Malting Co Ltd of Jerningham St, North Adelaide 1915 Memorial 198/472

No 1

OSWALD, Edmund sheep farmer Pt Lincoln 1874 Memorial 117/272

OSWALD, Edmund sheepfarmer Lipson Cove Hundred of Yaranyacka land grant 1875 Grant Book 179 Page 203 County Flinders

OSWALD, Edmund Phillipson Gillett farmer Pt Lincoln Hundred of Yaranyacka land grant 1875 Grant Book 179 Page 203 County Flinders

OSWALD, Edmund Phillipson Gillett sheepfarmer Yarranacka Hundred of Yaranyacka land grant 1875 Grant Book 179 Page 203 County Flinders

OSWALD, Edmund sheep farmer Salt Creek, Mungerowie and Big Swamp Stations near Pt Lincoln 1881 Memorial 62/346

OSWALD, Edmund JP stockholder Warratta Vale [probably near Pt Lincoln] 1892 Memorial 169/412

OSWALD, Edmund Phillipson Gillett sheepfarmer Warratta Vale, had died by 1904. Executrix – Amelia Lucy widow Walkerville Grant Book 179 Page 207 County Flinders

OSWALD, Edmund Phillipson Gillett of Boston House, Pt Lincoln 1890. He died 21/1/1900. Husband of Amelia Lucy Oswald, who was living at Walkerville by 1907. Mother of Mary Frances MCFARLANE nee Oswald wife of James McFarlane storekeeper’s assistant Pt Lincoln Application 25414

OSWALD, Amelia Lucy widow Walkerville 1908 Application 25414

No 2 - probably a continuation of No 1

OSWALD, Edmund Charles Gillett of Warratta Vale 1885 Memorial 146/371

No 1

OSWALD, Edmund Phillipson Gillett stockholder Blanchetown 1874 Memorial 91/275

OSWALD, Edmund Phillipson Gillett stockholder Pt Lincoln 1882 Memorial 159/345

OSWALD, Edmund Phillipson Gillett stockholder formerly of Blanchetown but now of Warratta Vale near Pt Lincoln 1888 Memorial 149/389

OSWALD, Edmund :Phillipson Gillett sheepfarmer Pt Lincoln 1899 Memorial 23/444

No 1

OSWALD, Francis Christian Esquire Portland Vic and Annette Louisa Oswald his wife , probaby a daughter of LW GILLES 1868 Memorial 243/231

OSWALD, Annette Louisa wife of Francis Christian OSWALD bank manager Portland Vic, power of attorney to Edmund Fletcher GILLES banker Melbourne Vic, to look after her interest in the will of Osmond GILLES Esquire Glen Osmond 6/3/1867 Deposit 108/1868

OSWALD, Herbert George Gillett sheepfarmer Pt Augusta 1896 Memorial 60/427

No 1

OSWALD, Jane widow of Big Swamp near Pt Lincoln Hundred of Yaranyacka land grant 1881 Grant Book 179 Page 205 County Flinders

OSWALD, Jane widow Big Swamp Station near Pt Lincoln 1886 Memorial 110/374

OSWALD, Jane linked with William Drummond Oswald both of The Big Swamp [and Warratta Vale Stations] 1887 Memorial 138/383

No 1

OSWALD, John yeoman Payneham and Jane Oswald his wife 1849 Memorial 284/17 Farmer woodlands East Payneham and Jane Oswald nee GILLETT his wife 1857 Memorial 159/129

No 2 - possibly the same person

OSWALD, John farmer Munno Para 1850 Memorial 429/24

OSWALD, John licensed victualler formerly of Gawler but now of the Green Dragon Adelaide (South Tce) 1907 Memorial 35/458

No 1

OSWALD, John Kennedy shipwright Goolwa 1853[-1855] Memorial 153/58 Mariner Goolwa late 1855 Memorial 202/93

OSWALD, John Kennedy shipwright Pt Adelaide 1860 Application 2012

OSWALD, Norman Henry Arthur sheepfarmer Pt Lincoln 1904 Memorial 84/452

OSWALD, Phillipson Gillett sheepfarmer Pt Lincoln linked with William Drummond Oswald no description 1886 Memorial 210/379

No 1

OSWALD, Robert mariner Pt Adelaide 1855[-1856] Memorial 69/85

OSWALD, Robert mariner Pt MacDonnell, died c1863. He left his entire estate to his wife, Rebecca Oswald Application 24197

OSWALD, Rebecca widow Pt MacDonnell 1864 Memorial 286/198

OSWALD, Rebecca of MacDonnell Bay, executrix for the estate of the late Robert Oswald mariner Pt Adelaide 1864 Application 5476

OSWALD, Sydney Alfred of Warratta Vale 1887 Memorial 139/383

OSWALD, Trixie of Boston House, Pt Lincoln 1911 Application 25989

OSWALD, Thomas Francis gardener Penola, aged 71 in 1946 Application 28466

OSWALD, William Brook storekeeper Pt Lincoln Hundred of Yaranyacka land grant 1878 Grant Book 179 Page 204 County Flinders

OSWALD, William Drummond of the Big Swamp Hundred of Yaranyacka land grant 1878[-1881] Grant Book 179 Page 204 County Flinders

No 1

OSWALL, John carpenter Black Springs 1865 Memorial 134/204

OSWALL, John carpenter Black Springs 1883 Application 19918

No 1

OTHAMS, Charles plumber Adelaide (Gawler Place) 1877[-1880] Memorial 53/298

No 2

OTHAMS, Charles Opie painter Adelaide 1864 Memorial 253/199

OTHAMS, Charles Opie painter Adelaide 1872 Application 12384.

OTHAMS, Charles painter Adelaide (107c Rundle St) 1878[-1880] Memorial 159/312

OTHAMS, Douglas Geoffrey manager 77 Pirie St, Adelaide 1970, manager of Admin Ltd formerly known as Adelaide Motors Ltd (Register number 2457434) Application 28495

OTHAMS, MF clerk Gawler 1908 Memorial 164/471

No 1

OTHAMS, William painter Adelaide 1838 Application 17463. OTHAMS, William painter Adelaide (Rundle St) 1846 Memorial 110/7

OTHAMS, William painter and glazier Adelaide 1851 Memorial 272/30

OTHAMS, WF law clerk Adelaide 1907 Memorial 207/457

OTIM, Singh farmer Kingscote Kangaroo Island 1905 Memorial 11/453

OTIS Brothers & Co inventers and patentees of hydraulic elevators New York USA, power of attorney to Benjamin Josman FINK MLA Vic, to represent their interests in SA 29/12/1887 Deposit 65/1889

O'TOOLE, Alexander labourer Pt Adelaide 1859[-1869] Memorial 51/158

O’TOOLE, Denis the Elder farmer Hoyleton Hundred of Hall land grant 1881 Grant Book 56 Page 216 County Stanley

O’TOOLE, John farmer Waterloo Co Light. Hundred of Whyte land grant 1880 Grant Book 60 Page 56 County Victoria

No 1 – perhaps the same person

O’TOOLE, Michael of near Hoyleton Hundred of Hall land grant 1879 Grant Book 56 Page 212 County Stanley

O'TOOLE, Michael labourer Snowtown and Martha Jane O'Toole his wife nee BRYDEN 1896 Application 23042

O'TOOLE, Murray Bernard George labourer Clare 1934 Memorial 49/508

No 1

O’TOOLE, Patrick farmer Millicent Hundred of Mayurra land grant 1880 Grant Book 31 Page 227 County Grey

O’TOOLE, Patrick farmer Millicent Hundred of Hindmarsh land grant 1899 Grant Book 30 Page 206 County Grey

OTTAWAY, Elizabeth Ann daughter of Thomas Finch Ottaway married 1/6/1867 St James Blakiston, George William KENT. He died. Elizabeth Ann Kent remarried to James Henry HOWE widower cordwainer Adelaide (Father: James Howe) on 30/7/1868 St Luke's Adelaide. Witnesses: William WARE fruiterer Adelaide and H Ware. James Henry Howe shoemaker Adelaide, died 22/4/1870, of suicide by a gunshot wound whilst under temporary insanity, aged 40. Elizabeth Ann Howe 26 Norwood remarried to William Henry Rundle KEAM 30 no occupation Norwood (Father: Robert Keam) on 10/1/1871 at Norwood no place mentioned. Minister: ST WITHINGTON. Witnesses: Richard BURNE of Norwood and Maria WILLIAMS of Plympton. WHR Keam linen draper Mt Barker, died 20/6/1879, of ascites, aged 39 years. Elizabeth Ann Keam 39 widow Edward St, Norwood remarried to to Frederick TYSON 40 bachelor Beltana (Father: John Tyson) on 15/3/1883 Keam home Norwood. Minister: Burnet Patch MUDGE. Witnesses: G Ottaway gentleman Margaret St, Norwood and Mrs FROST of Norwood. Frederick Tyson out of business Salop St, North Kensington, died 24/8/1895, of pulmonary consumption, and exhaustion, aged 60. Elizabeth Ann Tyson widow North Kensington, died 19/7/1899. Her estate worth £6,840. All her personal estate except money to her son, William Henry Keam. The income from her marriage settlement (£1,750 which Sir Henry AYERS invested for her from the wills of Benjamin Archer Kent, George William Kent and Thomas Ottaway) with JH Howe to go to her son, WH Keam, for life, then in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant to his children. If WH Keam had no children, the money to go to the children in equal shares of her brothers and sisters named thus - Walter Ottaway, Charles Albert Ottaway, Jane Emily THOMAS and Mary Ann SAMUEL. EA Tyson had links with the SANDFORD family - executors of her will. William Mathews Sandford solicitor Adelade, Johannes Richard SULZMANN commercial traveller North Adelaide, and Sandford ROSS mercantile clerk Gawler Place, Adelaide Application 29541

No 1

OTTAWAY, George baker Adelaide 1839 licensed victualler Adelaide (Rundle St) 1850.

OTTAWAY, George baker Hindmarsh 1839 Application 6314.

OTTAWAY, George of Hindmarsh 1840 Memorial 346/148

OTTAWAY, George baker Hindmarsh, and Elizabeth Ottaway his wife 1842 Memorial 417/1

OTTAWAY, George yeoman Hindmarsh 1842 Application 1442

OTTAWAY, George baker Adelaide, and Elizabeth Ottaway his wife 1844 Memorial 331/3

OTTAWAY, George licensed victualler Adelaide (Norfolk Arms Rundle St) 1849[-1850] Memorial 64/19

OTTAWAY, George licensed victualler formerly of Adelaide (Rundle St) but now of Melbourne Vic. Linked with Thomas Ottoway publican Adelaide (Hindley St) 1852 Memorial 147/42

OTTAWAY, George licensed victualler formerly of Adelaide (Rundle St) but now of Hobart VDL 1856 Memorial 320/106

No 1 - possibly the same person

OTTAWAY, John labourer Adelaide 1848[-1851] Memorial 335/11

OTTAWAY, John ginger beer maker Adelaide 1851 Memorial 236/37

No 2

OTTAWAY, John letter carrier Pt Adelaide 1856[-1866] Memorial 320/106

OTTAWAY, John letter carrier Pt Adelaide trustee Pt Adelaide Wesleyan Church 1884 Application 20393

OTTAWAY, Mary Jane widow Wilcannia NSW 1918 Application 26727

No 1 - Thomas Finch Ottaway

OTTAWAY, Thomas baker Thebarton 1842 Application 1442.

OTTAWAY, Thomas baker Thebarton 1844 Memorial 444/3

OTTAWAY, Thomas licensed victualler Adelaide (Star Hotel Hindley St) 1850 Memorial 428/23

OTTAWAY, Thomas licensed victualler Adelaide purchased the Morphett Arms Inn on the Road near Glenelg for £120 from his brother, George Ottaway licensed victualler formerly of Adelaide but now of Melbourne Vic 1852 Memorial 147/42

OTTAWAY, Thomas hotelkeeper Brighton, died c1867 Memorial 206/223

No 1

OTTENS, Claus farmer near Freeling Co Light. Hundred of Everard land grant 1884 Grant Book 56 Page 395 County Stanley

OTTENS, Claus farmer Snowtown Co Daly. Hundred of Boucaut land grant 1890 Grant Book 55 Page 42 County Stanle

OTTENS, Paul Hermann farmer near Blyth. Linked with Claus Ottens no description 1899 Memorial 41/437

OTTLEY, Francis John died 6/4/1897 clerk in holy orders Thorpe Vicarage, Co Leicester, England. He left real estate he inherited from his father, the Rev'd John Bridges Ottley, at and near Goolwa, for the endowment of the Anglican Church at Goolwa - western moiet of Section 2012 and 6 allotments in Currency Creek township Memorials 210 & 211/435

OTTO, Arthur Hermann Esquire 30 Abbey Road, St Johns Wood, Middlesex, England, power of attorney to Arthur J WALKLEY sharebroker Brookman Buildings, Grenfell St, Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 22/2/1916 Deposit 119/1916

OTTO, August and Johann Carl Friedrich farmers near Eudunda 1885 Memorial 100/366

OTTO, August Eduard Gotthold farmer Peep Hill Hundred of Neales land grant 1901 Grant Book 17 Page 203 County Eyre

No 1

OTTO, Carl labourer Bethanien 1858 Memorial 32/139

OTTO, Carl landowner Bethanien 1884 Application 20395

No 2

OTTO, Carl farmer Klemzig 1872 Memorial 79/265

OTTO, Johann Anton tailor Adelaide (3 Grenfell St) 1866 Memorial 175/216

OTTO, Johann August Hermann farmer Australia Plains 1890[-1893] Memorial 17/410

OTTO, Johann Carl farmer Stonewell near Tanunda 1877 Memorial 211/303

No 1 - perhaps the same person

OTTO, Johann Carl Friedrich farmer near Eudunda 1886 Memorial 96/373

OTTO, Carl of Bower linked with Johann August Harry Otto of no description 1887 Memorial 155/388

OTTO, Johann Carl Friedrich farmer Bowhill. Hundred of Bowhill land grant 1914 Grant Book 6 Page 3 County Buccleuch

OTTO, Johann Heinrich farmer Greenock Hundred of Melville land grant 1876 Grant Book 19 Page 76 County Fergusson

No 1 - perhaps the same person

OTTO, Johann Wilhelm farmer Langmeil 1849[-1854] Memorial 363/20

OTTO, Johann Wilhelm farmer Gnadenfrei near Angas Park 1854 Memorial 413/67

OTTO, Johann Wilhelm farmer Gnadenfrei, died 19/12/1856 liver complaint, aged 38 years 5 days. He left his wife, Johanne Elisabeth Otto, a life interest in his orchard and vineyard of certain annual payments to be made by their son, Johann Erdmann Heinrich Otto farmer Gnadenfrei, who inherited the land absolutely. Mrs Otto 31 nee LINDNER (Father: Johann Gottlob Lindner) married Johann Carl Gottfried SCHEIBCHEN 36 farmer Gnadenfrei (Father: Johann Gottlieb Scheibchen) on 17/11/1857 at Langmeil Lutheran Church, Tanunda Pastor Kavel. A Lindner farmer Stockwell was one of the witnesses - possibly Mrs Otto's brother? The Scheibchens bought the farm outright from JEH OTTO 1876 Application 14895

OTTO, Johann Wilhelm died, leaving his widow, Johanne Elisabeth Otto, a life interest in his real estate, whether or not she married again. Johanne Elisabeth Otto remarried to Johann Karl Gottfried SCHEIBCHEN. She died 25/3/1894. The Otto children included - Johann Carl Gottlieb Otto farmer Stonewell, Anna Pauline JOHN wife of Ernst John farmer Stockwell, and Johanne Lydia ZEUNERT nee Otto wife of Gottlieb Zeunert farmer Seppeltsfield 1895 Application 22838

No 2

OTTO, Johann Wilhelm of Kapunda 1852[-1854] Memorial 364/44

OUGH, Charles stonemason Georgetown. Jamestown (Hundred of Belalie) township allotment land grant 1872 Grant Book 60 Page 132 County Victoria

No 1 - perhaps the same person

OUGH, Thomas stonemason Adelaide 1848[-1858] Memorial 269/11

OUGH, Thomas Pulton mason Adelaide 1852 Memorial 210/41

OUGHTON, George gentleman Adelaide 1870 Memorial 107/250

OURST-ATKINSON, AH solicitor Adelaide 1910 Memorial 246/462

No 1

OUTLAW, George John gentleman Kensington 1872[-1886] Memorial 50/261

OUTLAW, George John draper Kensington Co Adelaide. Halbury (Hundred of Hall) township allotment land grant 1875 Grant Book 56 Page 385 County Stanley

OUTLAW, George John draper Kensington Norwood Wesleyan Chapel trustee 1877[-1882] Application 16053, Application 19463

OUTLAW, George John draper Kensington 1883 Memorial 210/351

OUTLAW, George John, died 15/6/1896. Husband of Helen Outlaw Memorial 134/471

No 1

OVENS, Harry bullock driver Hammersmith 1848 Memorial 74/267

OVENS, Harry farmer Hammersmith 1851 Memorial 297/30

OVENS, Harry farmer Edwardstown on the South Road 1853 Memorial 117/55

OVENS, Harry farmer Black Forest and Elizabeth Ovens his wife 1854[-1855]. Flagstaff Hill land dealings Memorial 59/77

OVENS, Harry formerly yeoman Adelaide (Wright St) 1840 bullock driver Hammersmith near Adelaide 1848 then farmer Hindmarsh 1851 now Flagstaff Hill 1873 Application 12781

OVENS, Harry gardener Flagstaff Hill 1878 Memorial 18/311

OVENS, Elizabeth widow Rosevale near O'Halloran Hill [and relict of Harry Ovens farmer Black Forest], died 7/11/1885. Estate worth £185. She gave her nephews, Henry and Joseph HEYLEN, and a Mrs Kezia OSBORNE, certain personal and household effects. As well as the bulk of the personal estate, she gave her niece Mary Ann Millwood and her husband Edward MILLWOOD mason Stevens St, Adelaide, Section 27 Hundred of Noarlunga in trust for herself and her husband during their joint lifetimes, then to their eldest son in trust for life to his eldest son in perpetuity; if the heirs male of the eldest son should fail, then the second son to inherit. Their eldest son, Henry Edward Millwood labourer O'Halloran Hill, born 13/9/1876, died 27/6/1902 Adelaide Hospital, of caries of the spine, tubercular meningitis and pneumonia, aged 25. Mary Ann Millwood, wife of Edward Millwood mason Flagstaff Hill, died 30/6/1897 Happy Valley, of collapse during childbed, aged 44 [It is not really clear in the will whether Mary Ann Millwood or her husband was the blood relative] Application 27859

OVENS, Elizabeth widow Rosevale near O'Halloran Hill. Aunt to Edward and Mary Ann MILLWOOD (mason apparently husband and wife of Stevens St, Adelaide), and Harry and Joseph HEYLEN. Friend of Mrs Kezia OSBORNE 1885 Memorial 160/504

OVENS, John bushman Hynam Hundred of Hynam land grant 1879[-1880] Grant Book 29 Page 165 County MacDonnell

OVERALL, Charles labourer Auburn Hundred of Hall land grant 1877 Grant Book 56 Page 225 County Stanley

OVERALL, Edwin Sinclair farm labourer Milang linked with Horace James Overall farmer Angas Plains 1906 Memorial 228/454

No 1

OVERALL, Henry farmer Auburn Hundred of Hall land grant 1881 Grant Book 56 Page 214 County Stanley

OVERALL, Henry farmer Hundred of Hall trustee unnamed Chapel Hundred of Hall Hundred of Hall land grant 1883 Grant Book 56 Page 219 County Stanley

OVERALL, Horace James farmer Angas Plains 1892[-1905] Memorial 64/415

No 1

OVERALL, Jesse farmer Langhorne Creek 1872 Memorial 215/275

OVERALL, Jesse farmer Belvidere near Strathalbyn 1882 Memorial 223/345

OVERALL, John Rowe of Wandearah 1882 Memorial 130/342

No 1

OVERALL, Keith labourer Milang 1932[-1936] Memorial 29/506

OVERALL, Keith labourer formerly of Milang but now of 8 Queen St, Norwood 1947 Memorial 195/521

OVERALL, Samuel farmer Salisbury 1853 Memorial 142/47

OVERALL, Sarah Anne laundress Melrose 1859 Memorial 3/152

OVERALL, Sydney Walter labourer Milang 1925[-1927] Memorial 191/492

OVERALL, William agent Pt Adelaide 1883 Memorial 125/347

OVERBURY, Edward Benjamin merchant's clerk Prospect 1886 Memorial 141/531

No 1 - perhaps the same person

OVERBURY, Thomas gentleman Adelaide 1858[-1865] Memorial 99/132

OVERBURY, Thomas agent Adelaide 1872[-1883] Memorial 190/263

OVERBURY, Thomas gentleman Unley 1873 Application 13041

OVERETT, Thomas Joseph storekeeper North Adelaide 1879 Memorial 39/319

No 1

OVERINGTON, Edward farmer Payneham 1849 Memorial 138/17

OVERINGTON, Edward labourer Payneham 1868 Memorial 240/230

OVERTON, Claude Penson and Kenneth Paul butchers and bakers Auburn linked with Herbert Harold Overton and Wilfred Burfield Overton butchers and bakers Balaklava 1936 Application 28001

No 1

OVERTON, H butcher and baker Auburn 1910 Application 25846.

OVERTON, Herbert butcher Auburn 1910 Application 25745.

OVERTON, Herbert butcher and baker Auburn 1923[-1926] Memorial 22/488, Application 27539

No 1

OVERTON, Paul butcher Leasingham 1857[-1862] Memorial 339/125

OVERTON, Paul storekeeper Leasingham 1859 Memorial 34/158

OVERTON, Paul butcher Leasingham 1864 Memorial 50/196

OVERTON, Paul farmer Leasingham 1870[-1886] Memorial 144/245

OVERTON, Paul butcher Auburn 1876 Application 14847

No 1

OVERTON, Thomas farmer Willunga 1849 Trustee McLaren Vale Wesleyan Methodist Chapel Memorial 375/23

OVERTON, Thomas farmer Willunga 1851[-1853] Memorial 293/36 Farmer Hamilton Farm near Adelaide 1851 Memorial 294/36

OVERTON, Thomas farmer Brownhill Creek 1852[-1856] Memorial 271/43

OVERTON, Thomas farmer Hamilton Farm near Adelaide 1853 Memorial 425/48

OVERTON, Thomas farmer The Grange Farm near Adelaide 1853 Memorial 131/57

OVERTON, Thomas farmer The Grange 1855 The Grange, a 380 acre leasehold farm which RL HALL owned [Whereabouts unclear, but possibly Sections 254-258 Survey B] Memorial 353/85

No 2 - perhaps the same person

OVERTON, Thomas farmer Walkerville 1850 Foundation trustee of the Magill Wesleyan Methodist Chapel Memorial 57/22

OVERTON, Thomas farmer Plympton. Plympton Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee 1853 Memorial 470/53

OVERTON, Thomas farmer Goodwood 1854 Wesleyan Methodist Memorial 436/77

No 1

OVERTON, William Esquire Melbourne Vic 1854 Memorial 385/63

OVERTON, William gentleman of Melbourne Vic but at present sojourning in Adelaide 1857 Memorial 209/130

OVERTON, William gentleman of Melbourne Vic 1860 Memorial 338/168

OWEN, Annie Marie widow Pt Lincoln 1911, mother of Thomas Owen store assistant Pt Lincoln Application 25915

OWEN, Charles Arthur photographer Adelaide (Rundle St) 1878[-1883] Memorial 198/311 Jeweller and photographer Adelaide 1883 Memorial 151/348

OWEN, Edwin V clerk to Walter Vernon HURFORD solicitor Adelaide 1862 Memorial 23/187

OWEN, Ellis Anwill farmer Pt Elliot 1853 Memorial 408/53

No 1

OWEN, FJ store manager Elliston 1906 Memorial 182/454

OWEN, FJ storekeeper Elliston 1907 Memorial 73/457

OWEN, Frank James storekeeper Elliston 1914 Memorial 24/470

No 1

OWEN, Gunn labourer Pt Lincoln 1902 Application 24446

OWEN, Gunn farmer Pt Lincoln and Maria Owen his wife 1904[-1907] Memorial 95/450, Application 25274

OWEN, Gunn mail driver Pt Lincoln 1905 Memorial 166/452

OWEN, M married woman Pt Lincoln 1925 Application 27399

No 1

OWEN, Henry Walker of Pt Lincoln 1877 Memorial 28/299

OWEN, Henry Walker saddler Pt Lincoln 1878[-1892] Memorial 8/313

No 1

OWEN, James shoemaker Pt Lincoln purchased the Castle Tavern Pt Lincoln 1846 Memorial 126/7

OWEN, James licensed victualler Kensington purchased the Australian Arms Hotel at Hahndorf 1855[-1863] Memorial 296/81

OWEN, James licensed victualler Morning Star Inn Chain of Ponds sold the Castle Tavern Pt Lincoln 1858 Memorial 297/138

OWEN, James of Pt Lincoln owned land in Hahndorf 1863 Application 4549

No 2

OWEN, James gentleman Adelaide 1869 Memorial 170/245

OWEN, James formerly gentleman Adelaide but then licensed victualler Undalya 1870 Memorial 115/246

No 1

OWEN, John labourer Le Fevre Peninsula 1853 Memorial 227/46

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

OWEN, John labourer Hay Valley 1854[-1856] Memorial 229/69

OWEN, John Lewis labourer near Templers Hundred of Alma land grant 1877 Grant Book 26 Page 100 County Gawler

OWEN, L mail contractor Lincoln Place, Pt Lincoln 1925 Application 27399

OWEN, Leonard Arch fitter Pt Lincoln and Mavis Adelaide Owen his wife 1947 Application 28561

OWEN, Richard Mostyn vigneron Reynella 1939 Memorial 69/514

OWEN, Robert bank manager Pt Adelaide 1882[-1883] Memorial 111/345

No 1 - perhaps the same person

OWEN, Samuel groom Adelaide Hundred of Mingbool land grant 1869 Grant Book 31 Page 118 County Grey

OWEN, Samuel farmer Adelaide Hundred of Nangwarry land grant 1869 Grant Book 31 Page 149 County Grey

No 2 - perhaps the same person

OWEN, Samuel bank messenger Adelaide 1869 Memorial 25/244

OWEN, Samuel messenger Fullarton and Emma Owen his wife 1871 Memorial 6/255

No 3 - perhaps a continuation of No 2

OWEN, Samuel confectioner Adelaide Hundred of Melville land grant 1875 Grant Book 19 Page 73 County Fergusson

OWEN, Samuel confectioner Adelaide (Hindley St) 1879[-1889] Memorial 212/316

OWEN, Samuel confectioner Adelaide 1882 Application 18979.

OWEN, Emma wife of Samuel Owen confectioner Adelaide (Hindley St) 1889 Application 21675.

OWEN, Stanley Roy Lucas farmer Pt Lincoln 1960, born in Pt Lincoln in 1890 Application 29407

No 1

OWEN, Thomas store assistant Pt Lincoln 1904 Memorial 4/452

OWEN, Thomas storekeeper's assistant Pt Lincoln and Fanny Owen his wife 1905 Memorial 151/453

OWEN, Thomas store assistant Pt Lincoln linked with Mary Ann Owen widow Pt Lincoln 1909 Memorial 63/461

No 1

OWEN, William of Balhannah 1841 [Was this W Owen later publican Balhannah?] Application 27205.

No 2

OWEN, William storekeeper Adelaide (Rosina St) 1844 Memorial 157/4

OWEN, William chemist Adelaide 1849 Memorial 255/15

OWEN, William chemist Adelaide, died 12/12/1849 apparently without any known family Application 28731

No 3

OWEN, William merchant Hindmarsh 1850 Memorial 387/20

OWEN, William merchant [formerly of Hindmarsh but now of] Adelaide 1850[-1853] Memorial 103/27 Husband of Isabella Owen 1852 Memorial 58/41

OWEN, William merchant Adelaide, about to leave the province for a time, power of attorney to William SCOTT shipping agent Pt Adelaide, to manage his SA financial affairs 23/2/1853 and again 13/8/1859 Deposit 285/OA

OWEN, William gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now of parts beyond the seas 1854[-1857] Memorial 165/69

OWEN, William gentleman Adelaide 1855 Memorial 93/82

OWEN, William Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now residing in parts beyond the seas 1858 Memorial 323/143

OWEN, William Esquire Adelaide 1859 Memorial 27/157

No 4

OWEN, William labourer Marion 1850[-1855] Memorial 151/25

OWEN, William farmer The Sturt late 1852 Memorial 452/45

No 5

OWEN, William mariner Pt Adelaide 1851 Memorial 452/36

OWEN, William labourer Pt Adelaide 1853 Memorial 318/57

OWEN, William labourer Le Fevre Peninsula 1852[-1853] Memorial 392/45

No 6

OWEN, William farmer Yankalilla 1854[-1857] Memorial 122/72

No 7

OWEN, William farmer now or formerly of The Barossa. He took over a 7-year lease of the Old Bushman Inn, Gawler, at £35 a year 1855 Memorial 168/91

No 8

OWEN, William farmer Auburn Hundred of Upper Wakefield land grant 1858 Grant Book 56 Page 120 County Stanley

OWEN, William farmer Auburn 1858[-1869] Memorial 276/139

OWEN, William farmer East Auburn 1861 Application 2457.No OWEN, William farmer Upper Wakefield 1869 Memorial 202/244

No 1

OWEN, WF solicitor Kapunda 1907 Memorial 243/457

OWEN, WF solicitor Kadina 1911 Memorial 139/464

OWENS, Dominick saddler Collinsfield 1877 Memorial 66/303

No 1

OWENS, Edward farmer Hindmarsh Co Adelaide 1845 Memorial 211/7 Farmer Cherry Gardens 1849 Memorial 33/17

OWENS, Edward farmer Happy Valley 1853 Memorial 41/61

OWENS, Edward farmer Upper Sturt 1853 Memorial 308/53

OWENS, Edward farmer Adelaide died c1853 probably in the Adelaide Hospital. Children mentioned but not named. Brother-in-law to Mary MACDERMOTT Memorial 220/69

OWENS, Edward farmer The Sturt, died c1854. His wife, Cecila Owens, died in the lifetime of her husband. He left his real estate to his children as tenants in common, with his sister-in-law, Mary MACDERMOTT, as executrix and trustee. Surviving children in 1872 - Patrick Owens farmer Morphett Vale, James Owens saddler Virginia, Dominick Owens saddler Virginia, Lucy Mary Cecilia BARNES nee Owens wife of Philip Henry BARNES storeman Adelaide, and Mary Jane Owens spinster Adelaide. All other children had died in infancy. Edward Owens's sister-in-law, Ellen SHINNICK widow Brown St, Adelaide, declared 1872 that she had known Edward Owens for about 30 years, two years after he had married her sister, Cecilia. Application 12236

OWENS, Harry farmer South Road Edwardstown 1853 Memorial 424/53

No 1

OWENS, John labourer Cheltenham near Tam O’Shanter Belt 1851 Memorial 481/36

OWENS, John labourer Cheltenham in the employ of Robert Richard TORRENS of Torrens Road, near Woodville married Eleanor QUIRKE domestic servant for Robert Richard on 18/5/1851. In January 1852, he left with Martin MUSGRIFF tanner Cheltenham [later gentleman Woodville] for the Victorian gold diggings. Martin Musgriff returned to SA in April 1852 (before they left SA, John Owens had signed a note authorising his friend to keep out trespassers from his Cheltenham home until the Owenses returned. M Musgriff could use the land for grazing in the meantime), but John Owens remained there and sent for his wife, Eleanor Owens, to go to Melbourne to join him. He met her there, but went back to the gold diggings with his mate, Joseph KELLEY labourer Cheltenham. On the way, he drowned while attempting to cross Five Mile Creek in flood. Joseph Kelly returned to Cheltenham to tell the story of the tragedy to his friends. However, Mrs Owens did not return, nor did people hear anything of her. Acquaintances believed that because she was in delicate health, she must have died childless soon afterwards. The Owenses had many friends in and about Woodville. A few years after receiving the information about the death of John Owens, M Musgriff fenced in the Owens land at Cheltenham, ploughed the allotment and grew crops. Mary PINE widow of the late John Pine builder Cypress St, Adelaide, and eldest daughter of Martin Musgriff, gave the above information 1896. Her sister, Joanna PYNE wife of David Pyne butcher Woodville supported her story(her father gave her part of this land in 1881) Application 23063

No 2

OWENS, John farmer Minburra linked with Patrick Owens no description 1885 Memorial 249/370

OWENS, Mary (formerly known as Mary KLUCK) hotelkeeper Adelaide (King's Head on the corner of King William St and Sturt St) 1917[-1923] Memorial 72/476

No 1

OWENS, Patrick shoemaker Adelaide 1849 Memorial 357/17

OWENS, Patrick shoemaker Adelaide (West Tce) 1854[-1866] Memorial 263/62

No 2 – perhaps the same person

OWENS, Patrick farmer Morphett Vale 1874 Memorial 34/274

OWENS, Patrick farmer Two Wells Co Adelaide. Carrieton (Hundred of Eurelia) township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 13 Page 302 County Dalhousie

OWENS, Patrick farmer Two Wells Co Adelaide. Hammond township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 24 Page 734 County Frome

No 1

OWENS, William labourer Marion 1851 Memorial 40/36

OWENS, William farmer The Sturt 1853 Memorial 97/48

No 1

OWNSLOW, Richard farmer Adelaide 1850 Memorial 39/23

OWNSLOW, Richard farmer Unley Road 1856 Memorial 193/110

No 1

OWNSWORTH, Thomas bailiff near Clare 1861 Memorial 167/180

OWNSWORTH, Thomas bailiff of the local court Clare 1865[-1867] Memorial 49/218, Application 8522

No 1

OWSTON, William ship agent Adelaide 1854 Memorial 440/66

OWSTON, William [formerly ship agent Adelaide but now] merchant Melbourne 1854 Memorial 28/187

No 1

OXENHAM, John carter Woodville and Margaret Oxenham his wife, formerly Mrs KINNEAR [widow Pt Adelaide 1851] mother of Jessie Mina Kinnear, Margaret Jane Elizabeth Kinnear and Christina Selina Kinnear 1863 Memorial 214/381

OXENHAM, John 50 labourer married Margaret KINNEAR 38 widow on 8/8/1853 Wakefield St, Adelaide. Minister: Robert HAINING. Witnesses: Robert John STANNERS and Alexandrina KINNEAR. Margaret Oxenham wife of Alexander Oxenham drayman Woodville, died 25/31863, of heart disease, aged 48. Her husband, John Oxenham carter 7th St, Bowden, died 4/3/1884, of senile debility, aged 81. Albert Edward Kinnear Secretary to the Public Service Commissioner Henley Beach, was a grandson of Margaret Kinnear, a son of her son, John Kinnear. AE Kinnear declared that he was born on 8/7/1868 Pt Adelaide, and went to school in Woodville. His mother, Jane Kinnear, died 5/3/1916. He had a brother, William Kinnear driver Adelaide Application 26812

No 1

OXENHAM, William dairyman Kilkenny 1914 Application 26255

OXENHAM, William Joseph dairyman Tam O'Shanter Belt 1921 Memorial 193/484

OXENHAM, William Joseph out of business 71 Islington Road, Croydon, died 15/7/1952 Memorial 188/527

OXENHAM, William Joseph of Tam O'Shanter Belt, died 15/7/ 1952 Memorial 23/531

OXER, William Henry accountant Kensington 1903 Application 24695.

No 1

OXFORD, William brickmaker Salisbury 1856[-1860] Memorial 70/112

OXFORD, William storekeeper Salisbury 1871 Application 11193

OXFORD, William brickmaker formerly of Salisbury but now of Reynella 1893[-1906] Memorial 149/419

No 1

OXLADE, Hector yeoman Bowden 1854 Memorial 182/71

OXLADE, Hector labourer Hindmarsh 1855 Memorial 257/83

No 1

OXLEY, John of Pt Adelaide 1857 Memorial 14/116

OXLEY, John labourer Pt Adelaide 1865 Application 6567

OXLEY, John stevedore Pt Adelaide 1865[-1894] Memorial 22/208

OXLEY, John stevedore Pt Adelaide 1874 Application 13582

OXLEY, John rate collector Pt Adelaide 1880 Application 18243

OXLEY, John late rate collector now out of business Pt Adelaide 1894 Application 22725

No 1 - probably the same person

OXLEY, Joseph carpenter Pt Adelaide 1852 Memorial 7/472

OXLEY, Joseph builder Pt Adelaide, died 31/10/1891. Father of Charlotte Elizabeth Moore Oxley spinster Pt Adelaide. Miss Oxley died 9/9/1914 Birkenhead. She left her estate to Henry CRUICKSHANK newsagent Pt Adelaide for life, then equally absolutely to his children (Miss Oxley's nieces) - Elizabeth Charlotte Cruickshank, Edith Mary Cruickshank, Lilian Alice Cruickshank, Constance May Cruickshank and Florence Bertha CLARENCE; also to the unnamed children of Miss Oxley's nephew, George Cruickshank; James Cruickshank to be a trustee of the estate. R Cruickshank solicitor Pt Adelaide prepared Miss Oxley's will Memorial 8/472

OXLEY, Thomas groom Somerton 1889 Application 21647

OYSTON, Albert James carter Pt Adelaide 1881 Application 18432

OYSTON, Francis James woodcutter Pt Adelaide 1881 Application 18432

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

OYSTON, John waterman Pt Adelaide 1849 Memorial 422/15

OYSTON, John yeoman Pt Adelaide 1852 Memorial 292/40

OYSTON, John carter Pt Adelaide 1866[-1870] Memorial 229/215

OYSTON, John chaff cutter Pt Adelaide 1873 Memorial 243/265

OYSTON, John the Elder chaff dealer Pt Adelaide 1875 Memorial 59/279

OYSTON, John the Elder wood merchant Pt Adelaide 1882 Application 19480

OYSTON, John wood merchant Pt Adelaide 1893 Memorial 131/418

OYSTON, John wood merchant Nile St, Pt Adelaide 1897, had lived in the area since 1849 Application 23458

No 1

OYSTON, Thomas bachelor and Sarah Ellen Oyston spinster both of Le Fevre Peninsula 1853 Memorial 371/56

OYSTON, Thomas chaffcutter and Sarah Ellen Oyston spinster both of Pt Adelaide 1874 Memorial 183/276