Extracts from SA General Registry Office (GRO) Information

The following information was extracted basically 'as is' from Reg Butler's (Hahndorf Historian) unpublished computer working files as at c2014. 

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

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

A*

Ba* - Bec*

Bed* - Bow*

Box* - By*

Ca* - Cha*

Che* - Com*

Con* - Cu*

Da* - Dic*

Die* - Dy*

E*

Fa* - Fl*

Fo* - Fy*

Ga* - Gol*

Gom* - Gy*

Ha* - Han*

Har* - Hel*

Hem* - Hof*

Hog* - Hy*

I*

J*

K*

La* - Lev*

Lew* - 'Ly*

Ma* - Maz*

McA* - McW*

Me* - Mom*

Mon* - My*

N*

O*

Pa* to Per*

Pes* to Py*

Q*

Ra* - Roa*

Rob* - Rz*

Sa* - Sc*

Se*- Sl*

Sm* - Sq*

St* - Sy*

Ta* to Thr*

Thu* to Ty*

U*

V*

Wa* - Wee*

Weg* - Will*

Wilm*- Wy*

X*, Y*,  Z*

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

Names Beginning 'Pa*' to 'Per*'

PABST, Johann Joachim farmer Angas Park 1860 Memorial 73/164

PABST, Julius Wilhelm medical practioner Tanunda and

Auguste Lisette Coelestine Pabst his wife formerly ALC CARLS 1871 Memorial 33/298

No 1

PACE, Henry Everett clerk to Robert HAWKES Esquire Adelaide (King William St) 1860[-1865] Memorial 88/162

PACE, HE clerk to R HAWKES land agent Adelaide 1861 Memorial 33/172

PACE, Henry Everett clerk Adelaide 1863 Application 4200.

PACE, John Henry watchmaker Adelaide (Rundle St) 1847[-1849] Memorial 416/8

No 1

PACHOLSKI, Michael labourer Sevenhill 1901 Memorial 47/443

PACHOLSKI, Michael labourer Sevenhill and Catherine Pacholski his wife. Parents of Rosalie Malycha wife of Theodor Malycha farmer Petersburg 1903 Memorial 208/449

PACHOLSKI, Michael labourer Sevenhill[he could not write] and Catherine Pacholski his wife 1904 linked with Rosalie MALYCHA wife of Theodor Malycha farmer Petersburg Application 24800.

No 1

PACKARD, Daniel Spencer proctor Kooringa 1861 Application 20377

PACKARD, DS articled clerk to FJ Packard solicitor Penola 1872[-1873] Memorial 221/261

PACKARD, DS clerk to Messrs SYMON & BAKEWELL solicitors Adelaide (69 King William St) 1877 Memorial 174/298

PACKARD, D Spencer solicitor Kooringa 1879 Memorial 42/318

PACKARD, Daniel Spencer solicitor Redruth 1882 Memorial 177/338

PACKARD, Daniel Spencer solicitor Kooringa 1886[-1895] Memorial 49/378

No 1

PACKARD, Frederick clerk to AJ EDMUNDS solicitor Pt Adelaide 1864[-1865] Memorial 194/196

PACKARD, Frederick J solicitor Mt Barker 1869 Memorial 52/241

PACKARD, Frederick Joseph solicitor Mt Barker about to marry Jane DAVISON spinster Blakiston. James B Davison of Wellington and DG Packard of Mt Barker were witnesses 1872 Memorial 35/263

PACKARD, Frederick J solicitor Penola 1871 Memorial 241/252

PACKARD, Jane wife of Frederick Joseph Packard solicitor Kooringa, died 23/12/1894 Burra Smelting Works, of intestinal colic and collapse, aged 49 Application 24574.

PACKARD, Frederick Joseph solicitor Kooringa. Probably husband of the late Jane Packard and father of Marion Elizabeth Josephine Packard spinster Kooringa and Cyril Frederick Packard clerk Kooringa 1897 Memorial 137/433

PACKARD, Fred J solicitor Kooringa 1910 Memorial 210/462

No 1

PACKARD, John Harrison licensed surveyor Adelaide 1881 Application 18554.

PACKARD, John Harrison of Adelaide 1882 Memorial 196/467

PACKARD, John Harrison surveyor Adelaide 1912 Memorial 196/467

PACKENDORF, Heinrich Christoph labourer Glen Osmond 1854[-1857] Memorial 42/82

No 1

PACKER, Albert labourer North Adelaide 1848 Memorial 477/12

PACKER, Albert gardener North Adelaide 1853 Memorial 147/53

PACKER, Albert George butcher North Adelaide linked with Henry Job Packer of North Adelaide 1889 Memorial 86/401

No 1 - the Elder

PACKER, Albert John labourer Adelaide 1843 Memorial 92/3

PACKER, Charlotte widow of the late Albert John Packer gardener, died 2/2/1899 Jerningham St, North Adelaide Memorial 6/445

No 2 - the Younger

PACKER, Albert John butcher Walkerville 1869[-1871] Memorial 199/240

PACKER, Albert John butcher Upper Walkerville 1874 Memorial 14/276

PACKER, Albert John gentleman formerly of Upper Walkerville but now of Melbourne St, North Adelaide 1888 Memorial 181/394

PACKER, Albert John storekeeper North Adelaide (Melbourne St), died 8/3/1922. Uncle to Clarence MOODY, Elsie Mabel GREEN, Ethel RONCHELLE, Adeline Maria JENKINS, Beatrice Alice MILLAR, Victor Leslie Jenkins, Myra Myrtle DINUN, Gilbert Roy Packer (Son of nephew Henry L Packer; Elizabeth RICKARD, Albert Marks Jenkins, Edgar Angas Jenkins, Evelyn Emily TREVENA, Minnie Louise WHITEHEAD, and Albert George Packer . Estate worth £1,900 Memorial 42/486

PACKER, Albert John storekeeper Melbourne St, North Adelaide, died 8/3/1922. Estate worth £1,900. He left £50 legacies to each of his following nephews and nieces: Clarence MOODY, Elsie Mabel GREEN; Ethel RONCHETTE, Adeline Marie JENKINS, Beatrice Alice MILLAR; Victor Leslie Jenkins; Myra Myrtle DINEEN; Minnie Louise WHITEHEAD; Albert George PACKER Application 27143.

No 3 – perhaps a continuation of either 1 or 2

PACKER, Albert John farmer Hundred of Cunningham trustee cemetery Ardrossan Hundred of Cunningham land grant 1879 Grant Book 19 Page 283 County Fergusson

PACKER, Albert John farmer Hundred of Cunningham Price township allotment land grant 1882 Grant Book 20 Page 25 County Fergusson

PACKER, Albert John farmer North Adelaide Price township allotment land grant 1884 Grant Book 20 Page 26 County Fergusson

No 1

PACKER, Eli farmer Campbelltown 1881 Memorial 142/331

PACKER, Eli gardener Paradise 1902 leased Wembury (Section 297 Survey B) near Campbelltown from Anthony BEST, for 7 years from 1/3/1902 Application 24370.

PACKER, Frederick farmer Mundulla linked with the late George Packer formerly farmer Mundulla but now deceased 1900 Grant Book 7 Page 49 County Buckingham

No 1

PACKER, George farmer Lake Plains Co Hindmarsh. Hundred of Wirrega land grant 1884 Grant Book 7 Page 43 County Buckingham

No 2

PACKER, George, Thomas and William of Athelstone leased pt Sections 5517 and 5520 of the Highercombe Estate, known as the Fruit Garden 'planted as a vineyard or flower garden or plantation or with ornamental trees' 1891 Memorial 110/408

No 1

PACKER, Henry farmer Hundred of Cunningham trustee cemetery Ardrossan Hundred of Cunningham land grant 1879 Grant Book 19 Page 283 County Fergusson

No 2 – perhaps the same person

PACKER, Henry of Mundalla 1883 Memorial 75/351

PACKER, Henry farmer Fairfield. Hundred of Wirrega land grant 1889 Grant Book 7 Page 47 County Buckingham

PACKER, Henry Job butcher North Adelaide 1885 Memorial 20/369

PACKER, Henry Lloyd butcher North Adelaide Hundred of Cunningham land grant 1891 Grant Book 19 Page 286 County Fergusson

PACKER, James Barnett master mariner Goolwa 1886 Application 20849.

PACKER, Job married Mary Ann nee ? on 18/3/1829 at Wolverton, Somerset, England. 21 children of the marriage, of whom 6 of the first nine children died in infancy. The three surviving children from among the 1st nine children included Louisa wife of Samuel BUNGAY farmer Sixth Creek, Amelia wife of William MERCHANT farmer Sixth Creek, and Sarah Ann wife of James BROWN of Adelaide. The 10th child and eldest surviving son was Thomas PACKER farmer Spring Creek near Alexandria Vic (born 6/9/1841 North Adelaide) - information given in 1870. Job Packer died 6/9/1849 Morialta intestate and Thomas Packer inherited the estate as heir at law and was back in SA by Nov 1870. His mother, Mary Ann Packer, had remarried to Matthew MANN labourer Morialta by 1870 Application 11056.

No 1

PACKER, John and Matthew gardeners Paradise Co Adelaide. Hundred of Bews land grant 1911 Grant Book 12 Page 7 County Chandos

No 2 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

PACKER, John the Elder gentleman Kapunda, died 29/9/1920. He left his whole estate absolutely to his wife, Margaret Jane Packer, for life, then to his son, John Packer the Younger storekeeper Kapunda. Estate worth £800. Margaret Jane Packer died 10/6/1924, of morbus cordis and myocarditis, aged 83. Born Belaut, Cornwall, England. In SA 47 years. She had married again aged 59 No family. By 1925, John Packer the Younger out of business formerly Kapunda now 6 Alton Flats, Wentworth St, Manley NSW Application 27360.

PACKER, John the Elder gentleman Kapunda, died 29/9/1920. Husband of Margaret Jane Packer. Father of John Packer the Younger storekeeper Kooringa. Estate worth £800. Executors; William Wallace STOCK formerly wheelwright Kapunda but now of Dulwich and William John Moyle OATS bootmaker Kapunda Memorial 40/489

PACKER, John the Younger storekeeper Kapunda 1891 Memorial 47/410

PACKER, John [the Younger] out of business formerly of Kapunda but now of Glenelg 1924[-1925] Memorial 1/491

PACKER, John out of business Glenelg, aged 64 years in 1924 Application 27271.

PACKER, Mary Ann Elizabeth widow near Virginia, wife of Charles Munro Packer formerly of Hobart Tas, but whose whereabouts now and for some time past have been completely unknown [daughter of the late John Thompson formerly farmer Peachey Belt but now deceased] 1886 Application 20958

No 1

PACKER, Nathaniel gardener Torrens Gorge 1881[-1884] Memorial 233/332

PACKER, Nathaniel gardener Paradise 1893 Application 22437.

No 1

PACKER, Sydney Raymond gardener Paradise. St Martin's Campbelltown parishioner 1942 Memorial 142/516

PACKER, Sydney Raymond market gardener Lower North-East Rd, Paradise St Martin's Anglican Church trustee 1963 Application 29533.

No 1

PACKER, Walter Joshua licensed victualler Railway Hotel St Vincent St, Pt Adelaide 1882 Memorial 42/345

PACKER, Walter Joshua licensed victualler Pt Adelaide 1887 Memorial 39/389

No 1

PACKER, William farmer Willunga 1850 Memorial 189/20

PACKER, William licensed victualler Noarlunga 1853. He took out a lease on The Horse Shoe Inn for 5 years at £130 a year Memorial 397/55

No 2

PACKER, William of Kapunda 1856 Memorial 322/99

PACKER, William wheelwright Kapunda 1857 Memorial 102/115

PACKER, William farmer and wheelwright Four Flats near Kapunda [possibly pt Section 1402 Hundred of Kapunda] 1860 Application 1882.

PACKER, William farmer Kapunda 1867 Memorial 235/222

PACKER, William farmer Kapunda 1880 Application 18348.

No 3

PACKER, William gentleman Adelaide 1868[-1871] Memorial 132/246

No 4

PACKER, William gardener Paradise 1910 Application 25858.

No 1

PACKER, William Jones farmer Hindmarsh Island and Anne Packer his wife formerly Anne GOWMAN 1856[-1868] Memorial 184/96

PACKER, William Jones blacksmith Terowie trustee School Hundred of Terowie Hundred of Terowie land grant 1875 Grant Book 40 Page 3 County Jervois

PACKER, William Jones blacksmith Norwood and Anne Packer his wife 1884 Memorial 231/359

No 1

PACKHAM, David farmer Clifton near Magill 1863 Memorial 235/280

PACKHAM, David farmer Kensington 1867[-1868] Memorial 90/224

PACKHAM, David contractor Kensington 1867[-1890] Memorial 178/265

PACKHAM, David chaff merchant Kensington 1879[-1885] Memorial 9/314 Husband of Hannah Ann Packham 1886 Memorial 218/380

PACKHAM, David chaffcutter Kensington 1880 Memorial 237/330, Application 18048.

PACKHAM, David chaff merchant Kensington only brother and heir at law of Mary GATES who died 28/6/1891 Memorial 25/416

PACKHAM, David chaff merchant Kensington 1890 Application 21912.

PACKHAM, David chaffcutter Kensington 1900. He had lived in Kensington since c1860 Application 23961.

PACKHAM, David chaff merchant Chapel St, Kensington 1905. He shifted to lots 37-39 Kensington during 1864 Application 24911.

No 1

PACKHAM, John baker Hindmarsh 1844 Application 18281. PACKHAM, John baker Hindmarsh 1844[-1855] Memorial 81/4

PACKHAM, John publican Hindmarsh [Commercial Inn] 1852 Memorial 158/42

PACKHAM, John licensed victualler Adelaide 1853 Memorial 300/48

PACKHAM, John licensed victualler Hindmarsh 1854[-1861] Memorial 264/67 Husband of Emily Packham 1861 Memorial 24/176

PACKHAM, John formerly baker Hindmarsh but then retired, died c1863. He left his personal estate to his wife, Emily Packham, absolutely. He left his real estate in trust to his wife for life amd then in remainder expectant to other beneficiaries absolutely according to the provisions of the will. Executors and trustees: William NORMAN miller Hindmarsh and Thomas FROST contractor North Adelaide [Mrs Packham remarried to George DEW] Memorial 137/188

PACKHAM, John publican Hindmarsh, died 25/6/1863, of liver disease, aged 45. His widow, Emily Packham, nee PORTER (Father: George Porter) of Hindmarsh, remarried to George DEW 49 baker Thebarton (Father: John Dew), on 3/7/1866 Freeman St Congregational Church Adelaide. Witnesses: George Porter gentleman Woodville; Caroline Dew of Adelaide. George Dew baker Thebarton, died 4/1/1877, of liver disease, aged 59 Application 516874.

PACKHAM, Keith William accountant 2 Treacy St, Tusmore 1951 Memorial 56/526

No 1

PACKHAM, William farmer near Adelaide 1849 Memorial 251/14 Farmer First Creek 1851[-1853] Memorial 221/28

PACKHAM, William farmer Clifton 1855[-1866] Memorial 452/95

PACKHAM, William farmer Clifton 1857 Memorial 105/269

Farmer formerly of Clifton but now of Kensington 1873 Memorial 108/269

PACKHAM, William gentleman Kensington, died 25/5/1877 senile decay, aged 84. His son, David Packham, lived at Kensington as well Application 16421.

PACKHAM, William farmer Clifton 1857. He died 25/5/1877, at Kensington, of senile decay, aged 84. Father of David Packham of Kensington Application 22046.

No 1

PADDICK, Claude Angus electrician 86 Mary St, Unley son of Mary Alice Paddick formerly married woman Upper Sturt but now widow 86 Mary St, Unley 1938 Memorial 64/512

PADDICK, Mary Alice home duties 92 Cheltenham St, Malvern 1953, mother of Claude Angus Paddick electrician formerly of 86 Mary St, Unley 1938 now of 92 Cheltenham St, Malvern 1954 Application 29020.

No 1

PADDICK, Henry blacksmith Clarendon 1851 Memorial 131/32

PADDICK, Henry blacksmith Clarendon, died 16/5/1872 intestate. He had been in the township since c1851. William Paddick blacksmith Clarendon became the administrator of the estate. Mrs Richard Paddick nee Annie ?, of Clarendon and Joseph Paddick blacksmith of Blackwood also mentioned with this family. She could not write 1895 Application 22992.

PADDICK, Richard blacksmith Clarendon 1851 Memorial 131/32

No 1

PADDICK, William blacksmith Clarendon 1897[-1903] Memorial 139/430

PADDICK, William blacksmith Clarendon 1901 Application 27944.

PADDICK, William blacksmith Clarendon. HC Paddick of Clarendon mentioned 1902 Memorial 55/447

PADDICK, William David labourer Clarendon and Sarah Paddick his wife 1904 Memorial 206/451

No 1

PADDOCK, Richard farmer Kensington 1851 Memorial 115/32

PADDOCK, Richard farmer Sections 1710 & 1711 Hundred of Nuriootpa 1853[-1857] Memorial 275/51

PADDOCK, Richard farmer Wayford Springs near Tanunda 1853[-1883] Memorials 272/160 & 310/160, Application 8395

PADDOCK, Richard farmer near Greenock 1864 Application 5103.

PADDOCK, Richard farmer formerly of North Adelaide and Wayford Springs Neu Mecklenburg but then of East Adelaide, died 28/3/1887 Memorials 162 & 163/402

PADDOCK, Richard formerly farmer Wayford Springs (Sections 1710, 1711 Hundred of Nuriootpa, which he took out as land grants in 1853) Neu Mecklenburg, then North Adelaide late East Adelaide, died 28/3/1887. Estate worth £200. The executors to sell all his real and personal estate, dividing the proceeds equally amongst his sons, Thomas Paddock, William Paddock and John Paddock, and his four daughters - Mary Jane ALLEN wife of Samuel Allen agent Adelaide, Eliza HAMP wife of William Arthur Hamp government employee North Adelaide, Maria Rebeca SEESSLE wife of Gottlieb Seessle farmer Neu Mecklenburg, Elizabeth THOMAS wife of ? Thomas farmer Kersbrook, daughter-in-law Sarah Paddock wife of his son Richard Paddock publican Neu Mecklenburg, and in trust for his granddaughter Ethel May Hamp until she turned 21 Application 22813 mFIND Sessle or Seessle MORE LIKELY SESSLE

PADDOCK, Richard the Elder farmer, formerly of Wayford Springs Neu Mecklenburg, but then of North Adelaide, died 28/3/1887 East Adelaide. Estate worth £200. Power to the two trustees William Arthur STAMP government employee  North Adelaide and William PADDOCK agent Adelaide, to sell his whole real and personal estate bit by bit when most advantageous, until all is sold and the proceeds ready to divide. Trust fund set up to provide an equal share absolutely of the estate to his sons: Thomas, William and John Paddock, and his daughters: Mary Jane ALLEN wife of Samuel Allen agent Adelaide, Elvira HAMP wife of William Arthur Hamp government employee North Adelaide, Maria Rebecca SEESSLE wife of Gottlieb Seessle farmer Neu Mecklenburg, and Elizabeth THOMAS wife of ? Thomas farmer Kersbrook, daughter-in-law Sarah Paddock wife of my son Richard Paddock the Younger licensed victualler New Thebarton, and granddaughter Ethel May Hamp (to be held in trust until she turned 21)   Enrolment 37/54

PADDOCK, Richard Dannerley storekeeper Muloowurtie Co Fergusson. Mt Bryan East (later Mt Bryan Hundred of Kingston) township allotment land grant 1908 Grant Book 9 Page 210 County Burra

No 1

PADDOCK, William clerk to WS ALLEN of Adelaide 1870 Memorial 248/248

PADDOCK, W clerk to S ALLEN land agent Adelaide 1871 Memorial 103/257

PADDOCK, William agent Adelaide 1876 Memorial 8/296

PADDOCK, William land agent Adelaide 1880 Application 18141

PADDOCK, William agent Adelaide assigned estate 1884 Application 20353.

PADDOCK, William agent Adelaide 1889 son of the late Richard Paddock formerly farmer North Adelaide but now deceased Memorial 75/400

No 1

PADDON, Hugh labourer Robe 1885[-1887] Memorial 53/369

No 2

PADDON, Hugh district clerk Morgan 1897 Memorial 23/433

No 1

PADDON, James carrier Robe 1860 Application 1208.

PADDON, James carrier Lordston near Robe 1864 Memorial 61/200

PADDON, John Shepherd out of business 78 Carlton Parade, Torrensville 1937, a son of James Paddon carrier Lordston near Robe who died c1874 Application 28104.No 1

No 1 – the Elder

PADE, Johann August [the Elder] yeoman Hahndorf 1853[-1857] Memorial 85/60

PADE, Johann August wheelwright Hahndorf 1857 Memorial 98/119

PADE, Johann August wheelwright Hahndorf. Member management committee St Michael Lutheran School Hahndorf 1867 Application 8502

No 2 – the Younger

PADE, Johann August [the Younger] wheelwright Hahndorf 1881 Application 18419

No 1

PADGET, John yeoman Adelaide (Pirie St) 1853 Memorial 168/50

PADGET, John labourer Adelaide 1854[-1856] Memorial 422/77

PADGET, William blacksmith Plympton 1924. His wife, Eliza Paget, declared that she had the following children of her marriage - Eliza Ellen Kyte Padget spinster Plympton, Dora Jane Padget school teacher Plympton, Clifford Norman Padget brass moulder Plympton and Lucy Edna Banche Padget teacher Plympton. Eliza Padget was formerly the wife of George KITE carpenter Plympton, who died 23/10/1890. Eliza Kite 29 widow Plympton married William Padget 45 bachelor blacksmith Plympton (Father: John Padget) on 12/2/1896 labourer Emanuel Padget's residence Claxton St, Adelaide. Minister: Arthur Wellesey WELLINGTON. Mrs Padget was a daughter of Jesse OSBORNE labourer/railway ganger formerly Gilles St, Adelaide, now Plympton. Thomas WHEATON pensioner Plympton remarked that he had shifted the Osborne family's possessions from Adelaide to Plympton in 1876. The Padget/Osborne property adjoined Cummins, the home of the Morphett family. Jesse Osborne labourer Plympton, died 14/2/1892. Jesse Osborne's estate worth £810. Maria Osborne died 19/5/1920, of 14 months' breast cancer, aged 80. Born in Yorkshire, she came to SA 52 years previously. Married aged 48 years. No children - therefore, her husband must have been married twice. Application 27016.

PADIAN, Kate cook North Kensington [possibly in the household of TG WILLIAMS gentleman North Kensington] 1876 Memorial 65/335

No 1 - perhaps the same person; perhaps a mixture of the Elder and the Younger

PADMAN, A Herbert clerk Adelaide (Gresham Chambers) 1880 Memorial 117/326

PADMAN, Alfred Herbert Secretary of the Assets, Purchase & Realisation Co Ltd Adelaide 1945 Application 28422.

PADMAN, EC articled law clerk Adelaide 1900 Memorial 133/442

PADMAN, JZ clerk to WM SANDFORD solicitor Adelaide 1895 Memorial 177/471

No 1

PADMAN, Samuel Jay bookkeeper Kingston S-E 1881 Memorial 1187/331

PADMAN, Samuel Jay accountant Kingston S-E 1882 Memorial 76/349

No 1

PADMAN, Samuel Waterhouse storekeeper Middleton 1893 Application 22463.

PADMAN, Samuel W JP agent Middleton 1915 Memorial 46/473

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

PADMAN, Thomas merchant Adelaide 1851[-1857] Memorial 235/36 Mary Ann Padman his wife 1857 Memorial 192/129

PADMAN, Thomas merchant Adelaide, attorney for Joseph WATERHOUSE late of Adelaide but now absent therefrom 1861 Application 2321.

PADMAN, Thomas & Co merchants Adelaide, became bankrupt 11/7/1866. Estate put under trust. Excellent list of assets, including household furnishing, drawn up for the creditors Application 20934.

PADMAN, Thomas and William Towers WATERHOUSE drapers Adelaide trading as Padman & Co, became bankrupts in 1879 Memorial 203/325

PADMAN, Thomas formerly the Younger formerly accountant Plympton now sharebroker Adelaide 1926, declared that he went to live on the Bay Road at Plympton in 1880 Application 27446.

PADMAN, Thomas the Younger accountant St Peters 1926 Memorial 118/494

PADMAN, Thomas accountant St Peters linked with Edward Clyde Padman solicitor Balaklava 1926 Memorial 187/495

PADMAN, Thomas gentleman formerly Magill now Norwood 1891. Magill Wesleyan Chapel trustee Application 22095.

PADMAN, WD articled law clerk Adelaide 1932 Memorial 181/505

PADULA, Michelangelo general dealer and musician Adelaide, about to leave the province for a time, power of attorney to Nathaniel

OLDHAM agent Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 9/9/1875. By 9/1/1884, M Padula was a merchant in Auckland New Zealand. He gave power of attorney to his wife, Margaret Padula, to manage his business affairs in SA 9/1/1884 Deposits 36/1876, 132/1893

PAECH, Alfred farmer Monarto 1898 Memorial 231/434

PAECH, Anna Dorothea widow Friedrichstadt, near Hahndorf, died 23/6/1880 intestate. Letters of administration to her eldest son and heir at law, Johann Friedrich Wilhelm Paech farmer Ravenswood near Hahndorf, to settle her £50 estate Memorial 64/326

PAECH, Arwed Elmore farmer Tepko 1937 Memorial 10/511

No 1 - perhaps the same person

PAECH, August farmer Palmer 1880 Memorial 239/327

PAECH, August licensed victualler formerly of Palmer but now of Tungkillo 1900 Memorial 228/439

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

PAECH, August licensed victualler Adelaide [Sir John Barleycorn Rundle St] 1891 Memorial 72/414

PAECH, Carl August farmer Hundred of Finniss trustee unnanmed Lutheran Church Hundred of Finniss Hundred of Finniss land grant 1886 Grant Book 58 Page 43 County Sturt

PAECH, Christian shepherd Mt Barker 1848 Memorial 11/24

PAECH, Edgar Friedrich farmer Monarto, 1953 Application 28931.

PAECH, Friedrich Wilhelm farmer Hahndorf Mobilong (later Murray Bridge Hundred of Mobilong) township allotment land grant 1884 Grant Book 58 Page 217 County Sturt

No 1

PAECH, George farmer Kuitpo 1850 Memorial 439/32

PAECH, George farmer Hahndorf owned pt Section 4005 Hundred of Kuitpo. He agreed to lease his 40 acres of land for 14 years to a silver-lead ore mining company for one twentieth of the royalties received from all marketable ores raised thereon, with the company's right to purchase the real estate for £1,000 at any time during the lease. The company also had to let George Paech use the area for grazing until the lease finished or the land purchased, and also had to pay the District Council rates and taxes. The Company consisted of Christian Paech, Gottlob Paech, Christian Jaensch, Friedrich Wilhelm Wittwer and Thomas Dixie FINEY as promoters with a proposed shareholding of 60 shareholders each subscribing £10 1863 Memorial 286/189

PAECH, Gordon Edgar clerk Strathalbyn 1947 Memorial 7/521

PAECH, Gottlob farmer Friedrichstadt, died 4/3/1912. He left his estate to his daughter, Johanne Eleonore MUELLER wife of Ferdinand Mueller farmer Friedrichstadt, in trust for life then to her sons Wilhelm Alfred Mueller and Eduard Otto Mueller farmers Friedrichstadt, by 1947 farmers Hahndorf, absolutely in remainder expectant. Friedrich Traugott LIEBING saddler Mt Barker was the executor of Gottlob Paech's will Application 28523.

PAECH, Johann Albert farmer Ambleside (formerly Hahndorf). Member St Michael Lutheran Church Ambleside (formerly Hahndorf) 1931 Application 27837

PAECH, Johann August farmer Hahndorf Co Adelaide. Hundred of Monarto land grant 1868 Grant Book 58 Page 145 County Sturt

No 1

PAECH, Johann Friedrich farmer Grünthal 1850[-1851] Memorial 304/26

No 2

PAECH, Johann Friedrich joiner Hahndorf 1853[-1863] Memorial 82/60

PAECH, Johann Friedrich joiner Hahndorf. Husband of Luise Paech nee JACHNING Application 3674

No 3

PAECH, Johann Friedrich farmer Monarto 1899 Memorial 211/437

PAECH, Johann Friedrich Wilhelm farmer Grünthal sold Lot K pt Section 3913 Friedrichstadt (known as the Church Land) of 11 acres to George BOEHM farmer Friedrichstadt £27 31/8/1852 Application 25677

PAECH, Johann Friedrich Wilhelm farmer Hahndorf Co Adelaide. Hundred of Monarto land grant 1868 Grant Book 58 Page 145 County Sturt

No 1 – Johann Gottlob Paech

PAECH, Johann Gottlob shepherd Hahndorf, aged 22 1846. He married 10/12/1846 Schoolroom Hahndorf, to Johanne Eleonore nee SCHULZ spinster Hahndorf, aged 20. Pastor Kavel conducted the ceremony. Witnesses – Christian and Traugott JAENSCH Application 8734

PAECH, Gottlob farmer Hahndorf leased land in the Hundred of Strathalbyn 1855 Memorial 191/98

PAECH, Gottlob farmer Friedrichstadt [near Hahndorf] 1855 Memorial 499/79

No 2

PAECH, Johann Gottlob farmer near Callington 1877 Memorial 180/298

No 3

PAECH, Johann Gottlob farmer Echunga. Member St Michael Lutheran Church Ambleside (formerly Hahndorf) 1931 Application 27837

PAECH, Johann Traugott farmer near Mt Barker 1867 Application 9730

No 1

PAECH, Johann Wilhelm farmer near Mt Torrens 1865 Memorial 169/206

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

PAECH, Johann Wilhelm farmer Edithburgh 1884 Memorial 1065/359

No 3

PAECH, Johann Wilhelm farmer Hahndorf and Maria Elisabeth Paech formerly Mrs Gottfried Liebelt nee Maria Elisabeth Lubasch his wife, daughter of the late Gottfried Lubasch formerly farmer Hahndorf but then deceased 1869 Application 9730

PAECH, Maria Elisabeth wife of Johann Wilhelm Paech farmer Hahndorf 1869 formerly widow of Johann Gottfried LIEBELT farmer Hahndorf who died 21/11/1866 intestate. The Liebelts married 16/12/1859. Surviving children in 1869 included Auguste Bertha Liebelt, Maria Louise Liebelt and Anna Louise Clara Liebelt Application 10204.

PAECH, Norman Eric garage proprietor Oakbank 1949 Application 28698.

No 1

PAESCHKE/PASCHKE/PÄSCHKE, August farmer Mt Gambier 1864[-1867] Memorial 207/199

PAESCHKE/PASCHKE/PÄSCHKE, August farmer Born Deep, Wimmera, Borung Shire Vic, died 16/11/1874, of 14 days’ epilepsy, aged 40. Inquest 17/11/1874, held by F Lawton. Buried in the Dimboola Cemetery 18/11/1874. Born Crossen, Germany. 15 years in SA 8 weeks in Vic. Married at Hahndorf, aged 31, to Luise ZIPPEL. Family - Luise 14, Emilie aged 12, Bertha aged 10, August deceased, Wilhelm age 7, Gustav aged 5, Maria aged 3, Alfred aged 1, Minna aged 6 months. Denis Cahill senior police constable at the inquest registered the death 1888 Application 21391

No 2

PAESCHKE/PASCHKE/PÄSCHKE, August farmer Palmer. Hundred of Finniss land grant 1880 Grant Book 58 Page 38 County Sturt

PAETHE/PATHE/PÄTHE, August Wilhelm builder ClareN Co Stanley. Pt Germein township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 24 Page 688 County Frome

PAETKE/PÄTKE, Heinrich carpenter Clare 1922 Application 27053.

No 1

PAETZ/PÄTZ, Hermann gentleman Tanunda 1851[-1856] Memorial 34/30

PAETZ, Hermann farmer Tanunda 1860 Application 1783

PAETZ/PÄTZ, Hermann farmer Tanunda, had died by 1892. Ernst Heinrich farmer Yanyarrie, sole beneficiary under the will Application 22342.

PAETZEL, Anna Dorothea spinster Mt Gambier 1864 Memorial 206/199

PAETZEL, August farmer Blumberg 1855[-1859] Memorial 436/91

PAETZEL, Carl August, Johann Gottlob and Johann Wilhelm Ernst farmers Mt Gambier 1864 Memorial 195/198

PAETZEL, Johann Gottlieb farmer Blumberg 1854[-1859] Memorial 278/72

No 1

PAETZEL, Johann Wilhelm Ernst died date not stated. Husband of Hermine Paetzel. His family as at 1900 - Gustav Adolph Paetzel, Carl Reinhold Paetzel, Alfred Paetzel farmers Mt Gambier, Bertha Ernestine EWENS wife of Thomas George Ewens potato dealer Mt Gambier, Ernestine Hermine FERGUSON wife of Roderick Robert Ferguson farmer Mt Gambier and Maria Bertha HART wife of Alexander Hart formerly farmer Mt Gambier [new address not stated] 1904 Memorial 176/451

PAETZEL/PÄTZEL, Hermine widow of Johann Wilhelm Ernst Pätzel of Mt Gambier 1888 Children of the marriage - Gustav Adolph Pätzel, Carl Reinhold Pätzel, Alfred Pätzel, Ernestine Hermine FERGUSSON nee Pätzel, Bertha Maria HART nee Pätzel, Ernestine Bertha EWENS nee Pätzel, Application 21391

No 1

PAGE, Alwin farmer Palmer Hundred of Dalrymple land grant 1881 Grant Book 19 Page 143 County Fergusson

PAGE, Alwin farmer Tiparra 1885 Memorial 121/367

PAGE, Ann widow Adelaide (Currie St) 1886 Memorial 39/380

No 1

PAGE, Edith Agnes married woman Pt Lincoln 1915 Memorial 183/472

PAGE, Edith Agnes married woman Pt Lincoln formerly Mrs GREEN, daughter-in-law of the late John GREEN and mother of Rebe Constance Green spinster Pt Lincoln (who had just turned 21) 1927 Application 27546.

PAGE, Edward labourer 4 Church St, Pt Pirie 1943 Application 28343.

PAGE, Edward Harry labourer Pinnaroo. Pinnaroo (Hundred of Pinnaroo) township allotment land grant 1909 Grant Book 12 Page 78 County Chandos

No 1

PAGE, Edwin chemist Adelaide (Rundle St) 1851 Memorial 109/32

PAGE, Edwin chemist Adelaide (Hindley St) 1852 Memorial 442/42

PAGE, Edwin chemist and druggist Adelaide 1853 Memorial 68/54

No 2

PAGE, Edwin storekeeper Adelaide 1853 Memorial 106/69

No 3

PAGE, Edwin basketmaker North Adelaide (Stanley St), died 25/8/1884. Brother to Maria Page of Northampton, England. Uncle of Leonard, Frank Page and Frederick Barringer all of North Adelaide. Executors; Leonard draper's assistant North Adelaide (Stanley St) and James PORTER gentleman North Adelaide (Barnard St) Memorial 193/360

No 1 - perhaps the same person

PAGE, George farmer Noarlunga 1854 Memorial 368/73

PAGE, George farmer Morphett Vale 1864 Application 5518

No 2

PAGE, George labourer Hall St, Norwood 1886 Memorial 228/379

PAGE, George agent Hall St, Norwood, and Harriet Ann Page his wife 1890[-1891] Memorial 152/406

No 3

PAGE, George labourer Myponga 1918 Memorial 179/476

No 1

PAGE, George Richard storeman Norwood 1865 Application 6983.

PAGE, George Richard shopman Norwood Norwood Wesleyan Chapel trustee 1877 Application 16053.

PAGE, George Richard storeman Norwood. Norwood Wesleyan Methodist Church Trustee 1882 Application 19463

No 1

PAGE, Henry labourer Naracoorte Hundred of Naracoorte land grant 1901 Grant Book 50 Page 118 County Robe

No 2

PAGE, Henry contractor Arthurton. Arthurton (Hundred of Tickera) township allotment land grant 1911 Grant Book 14 Page 260 County Daly

PAGE, HF farmer and gardener Balhannah 1893 Memorial 143/419

PAGE, Horace James miner Winnecke's Depot Arltunga gold fields Northern Territory of SA linked with James Page accountant Adelaide 1903 Memorial 80/449

No 1

PAGE, Isaac of Finniss Point 1860 Memorial 156/166

No 2

PAGE, Isaac and PAGE, John farmers Gilberton [probably Tarlee] 1867 Application 8242.

No 1

PAGE, James accountant Pt Adelaide 1850 Memorial 4/21

PAGE, James clerk Pt Adelaide 1851[-1854] Memorial 474/40

PAGE, James accountant Alberton 1854 Memorial 352/68

PAGE, James gentleman Alberton 1855 Memorial 405/88

PAGE, James gentleman Pt Adelaide 1853[-1855] Memorial 258/48

PAGE, James gentleman Queenstown 1853 Memorial 245/57

PAGE, James merchant Pt Adelaide 1857 Memorial 215/118

PAGE, James shipping agent Queenstown 1859 Application 259

PAGE, James merchant Adelaide 1867 Application 8820.

PAGE, James accountant Adelaide 1870 Application 11135.

PAGE, James formerly accountant Pt Adelaide 1850 but now Esquire Adelaide 1873 Application 12845.

PAGE, James merchant Adelaide (Currie St) 1879 Memorial 191/316

PAGE, James merchant formerly of Pt Adelaide, but now of Adelaide 1881 Application 18170.

No 3

PAGE, James farmer Kapunda, about to leave the province for a time,

power of attorney to Henry ROBINSON gentleman Mitcham, to manage

his SA business affairs 14/11/1870 Deposit 187/1872

No 4

PAGE, James farmer Hundred of Dalrymple 1877 Memorial 93/355

No 1

PAGE, John gentleman Adelaide 1854 Memorial 150/64

PAGE, John yeoman Adelaide 1856 Memorial 277/112

PAGE, John yeoman Norwood 1868 Memorial 50/229

PAGE, John yeoman formerly of Adelaide 1856 but now of Norwood 1874 Application 13944

No 1

PAGE, John farmer Tarlee Co Light. Hundred of Andrews land grant 1876 Grant Book 56 Page 311 County Stanley

PAGE, John farmer Tarlee Co Light. Hundred of Reynolds land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 27 County Victoria

No 2

PAGE, John farmer Tiparra. Hundred of Clinton land grant 1911 Grant Book 14 Page 143 County Daly

PAGE, Louis Charles saddler Willunga 1884 Memorial 3/356

PAGE, Mary spinster Adelaide 1838 Application 68.

No 1

PAGE, Moses painter Morphett Vale 1851 Memorial 266/36

PAGE, Moses formerly painter Morphett Vale 1851 but then gold miner near Guildford Vic 1866 Application 8001

No 1 - perhaps the same person

PAGE, Richard farmer Aldinga 1867 Application 8375.

PAGE, Richard of Minlacowie 1882 Memorial 142/343

No 1

PAGE, Robert licensed victualler Adelaide (Pt TA 174 Union Inn Waymouth St) 'together with the yard, stables, southern portions of the hay loft, and stock yard' 1849 Memorial 211/16

PAGE, Robert [formerly licensed victualler but now] engineer Adelaide 1849 Memorial 389/17

PAGE, Robert Rickman architect Clare Wirrabara township allotment land grant 1874 Grant Book 24 Page 522 County Frome

No 1

PAGE, Samuel merchant, formerly of The Priory, Wandsworth Road, Surrey, late of Culloden House, Wandsworth Road, but now of 5 Catherine Court, Tower Hill, Middlesex. Business address Jeffreys Square, London. Purchased Section 335 (Is this a TA?) Survey A. He appointed John MORPHETT his attorney in 1847 - revoked 1850. 16/9/1850 appointed William Snell CHAUNCEY civil engineer and Thompson Scott PAGE land agent Adelaide attorneys in his place. He revoked their power of attorney 18/6/1853 and appointed in their place, James WALSH brewer Adelaide, but presently at Stannary House, Halifax, Yorks, England, and George Woodrofe GOYDER land agent Adelaide in their place  Enrolment 82/1 Deposits 109/OA, 113/OA, 153/OA

PAGE, Samuel bachelor of Christchurch, Surrey, married Mary Ann STONEHOUSE spinster a minor Lambeth on 30/4/1823 St Mary Lambeth, Surrey. Samuel Page provision merchant and broker 2 Cansdown Place, South Lambeth, Surrey, England and of Catherine Court, Tower Hill, London, died 4/6/1860 Marine Hotel, Hastings, Sussex, aged 62. Estate worth £3,000. However, he had been declared insolvent before his death. He had borrowed £12,000 against his life insurance policies, which he could not repay. The insurance policies realised only some £3,000. His other estate to go to his wife during her lifetime, then to their children in equal shares. Agreed that the Australian land at Australind in WA and other property in SA, also land in New Zealand, should be sold and the children receive one seventh of the sum raised ahead of the other creditors. This settlement arranged in 1861. However, the family found it hard to agree on how much was due to each child separately (complicated by the eldest daughter's marriage settlement and other factors) - still fighting court cases in the SA Supreme Court in 1910. His wife, Mary Ann Page, died 19/2/1858. Both buried in the South Metropolitan Cemetery. (office at New Bridge St, Blackfriars). The Pages had 7 children - 4 boys and 3 girls. The eldest child, Thompson Scott Page the Elder, born in c1824 Christ Church, Surrey (Father: Samuel Page merchant Great Surrey St, Christ Church), emigrated to SA. In 1852 at Adelaide, he married Mrs Helen MANSFIELD widow nee BEST. Their eldest son, Thompson Scott Page the Younger born 6/2/1853 at Goodwood, where his father was a land agent. The baby baptised at St Mary Sturt. The Pages returned to England, c1854, where TS Page the Elder died in 18/3/1872, aged 48. He lived at Melrose Hall, Putney, with offices at 16 Water Lane Tower, London, and was buried in the South Metropolitan Cemetery. His widow, Helen Page, died 18/4/1888 The Great House, Leyto, Essex of Bright's disease, aged 62. Their eldest child, TS Page the Third, re-emigrated to Australia, where he died 28/9/1914, as a machinist, of 59 O'Grady St, Albert Park Vic. Estate worth £7. His wife called Agnes Page. Another son of Samuel Page, named Adam Kirkaldy Page, born c1831, when his father was a merchant living at The Priory, Wandsworth Road. The family attended St Mark's Kennington, Surrey, where their younger children were baptised. Adam Kirkaldy Page emigrated to NSW c1852. He married Martha RIXON, on 16/12/1859 in the Eden Anglican Church (Martha's father, Joseph Rixon, was a publican there) where he died 23/6/1874 intestate, suddenly of lung disease, a merchant and agent for the Illawarra SN Co, at Merimbula Twofold Bay NSW by at least 1861. His wife was called Martha Page, who received letters of administration for the estate in 1874 (six children in the family). She died 25/6/1908 Manley NSW [John Eldred CURWEN of 19 Union Grove, Clapham, Surrey, England, a close family friend, gave much of the above information in 1883, aged 60. He became a family friend c1846] Application 26514.

No 1

PAGE, Seymour R clerk to Messrs W & T POPE solicitors Adelaide 1881[-1882] Memorial 99/333

PAGE, Seymour R articled clerk to Henry Hay MILDRED solicitor Adelaide 1883[-1884] Memorial 56/350

PAGE, Seymour R solicitor Kadina 1887[-1888] Memorial 227/384

PAGE, Seymour R solicitor Moonta 1889[-1906] Memorial 21/400

PAGE, Seymour Rooke solicitor Moonta. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1904 Grant Book 14 Page 96 County Daly

No 1

PAGE, Stephen farmer Gumeracha 1861 Memorial 95/178

No 2

PAGE, Stephen farmer near Palmer Hundred of Dalrymple land grant 1881 Grant Book 19 Page 144 County Fergusson

No 3

PAGE, Stephen mason Echunga and Mary Page his wife 1901 Application 24204

PAGE, Stephen S builder Blanch St, Clare 1876 Memorial 237/289

No 1 - perhaps the Elder

PAGE, Thompson Scott gentleman Adelaide 1851[-1854] Memorial 476/35

PAGE, Thompson Scott land agent Adelaide 1851 Memorial 97/43

No 2 - perhaps the Younger

PAGE, Thompson Scott gentleman129-131 Victoria Ave, Albert Park Vic 1905 Memorial 129/454

PAGE, Thompson Scott machinist 59 O'Grady St, Albert Park Vic, died 28/9/1914. Husband of Agnes Page Memorial 36/473

No 1

PAGE, William printer Adelaide 1877[-1878] Memorial 63/302

No 2

PAGE, William of The Parade, Norwood 1880 Application 18208

PAGE, William Benham secretary Adelaide 1924 Memorial 175/489

PAGE, William Richard farm labourer Pt Broughton 1908 Grant Book 14 Page 273 County Daly

PAGENSTECHER, Adolph teacher Allendale near Kapunda 1871 Memorial 182/253

No 1

PAGET, Charles Edwin publican Imperial Hotel Adelaide 1896 Memorial 155/428

PAGET, Charles Edwin hotelkeeper Adelaide 1898 Memorial 24/436

PAGET, John wellsinker 1854 Memorial 404/69

No 1

PAHL, Friedrich farmer Gnadenfrei 1854[-1857] Memorial 324/73

PAHL, Friedrich farmer Nuriootpa 1861 Application 2673

No 1

PAHL, Carl Friedrich Wilhelm farmer Siegersdorf 1896 Memorial 45/441

PAHL, Carl Friedrich Wilhelm farmer formerly of Siegersdorf but now of Blanchetown 1900 Memorial 46/441

PAHL, Carl Reinhold and Reinhold Hermann Pahl farmers Pinnaroo. Hundred of Pinnaroo land grant 1911 Grant Book 12 Page 47 County Chandos

No 2

PAHL, Friedrich farmer near Mt Charles 1860 Memorial 117/162

PAHL, Friedrich August Julius farmer Pinnaroo. Hundred of Pinnaroo land grant 1911 Grant Book 12 Page 47 County Chandos

PAHL, Friedrich Wilhelm Carl farmer near Hansborough Co Light. Hundred of Booyoolie land grant 1878[-1879] Grant Book 60 Page 154 County Victoria

PAHL, George Benno farmer Pinnaroo. Hundred of Pinnaroo land grant 1936 Grant Book 12 Page 59 County Chandos

No 1

PAHL, Heinrich Friedrich August farmer Siegersdorf 1853[-1862] Memorial 425/60

PAHL, Heinrich Friedrich August farmer Angas Park 1867 Memorial 71/223

PAHL, Johann August farmer Pinnaroo. Hundred of Pinnaroo land grant 1924 Grant Book 12 Page 52 County Chandos

PAHL, Johann Heinrich Julius labourer Eden Valley 1890[-1891] Memorial 249/406

PAHL, Julius Gustav farmer Pinnaroo. Hundred of Pinnaroo land grant 1937 Grant Book 12 Page 59 County Chandos

PAHL, Peter labourer Adelaide 1855 Memorial 122/80

No 1

PAHLOW, Martin Ludwig labourer Pt Adelaide 1849 Memorial 441/13

PAHLOW, Martin Ludwig water carrier Pt Adelaide 1851 Memorial 206/35

PAIGE, Leon Charles Donald Town Clerk Pt Lincoln, Town Clerk of the Corporation of the Town of Pt Lincoln 1947 Application 28561

PAIN, Cyril clerk to Messrs G & J DOWNER solicitors Adelaide 1921 Memorial 61/483

No 1

PAIN, Francis and George graziers Bowra near Cunnamulla Qld 1885 Memorial 12/370

PAIN, Francis, George and Thomas graziers Bowra near Cunnamulla Qld Robe 1887 Memorial 150/385

No 1

PAIN, Frederick butcher Adelaide (King William St) 1853 Memorial 5/59

PAIN, Friedrich butcher Adelaide 1856. He leased Aboriginal Reserve Section 2038 [no Hundred mentioned] by assignment from Charles EDLIN no description - 6 years of the lease to go Memorial 125/96

PAIN, Frederick butcher Adelaide (Rundle St), declared insolvent on 26/10/1856 Memorial 248/117

PAIN, John sawyer Goodwood 1865 Application 6344

No 1

PAIN, Jonathan labourer Norwood 1851 Memorial 412/31

PAIN, Jonathan yeoman Norwood 1852[-1853] Memorial 54/41

PAIN, Jonathan gentleman formerly of Norwood but now of Clunes near Creswick Vic 1859 Memorial 268/154

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

PAIN, Thomas the Elder and Younger graziers Cunnamulla Warrego Qld 1884 Memorial 240/369

PAIN, Thomas the Elder and Younger graziers Bowra near Cunnamulla Qld 1885 Memorial 12/370

PAIN, Thomas squatter Bowra Warrego River Qld, died 4/3/1882 Memorial 147/385

PAIN, William tailor Enfield 1858 Memorial 239/145

No 1

PAIN, William Henry John publican Adelaide (Currie St) 1850[-1863] Memorial 371/26

PAIN, William Henry John formerly licensed victualler but now out of business North Adelaide 1873 Memorial 119/270

PAIN, William Henry John hotelkeeper North Adelaide 1877 Application 16511

PAIN, William Richard civil servant 25 Broadway, Glenelg 1947 Memorial 52/521

No 1

PAINE, Charles market gardener Grünthal 1871 Application 11476.

PAINE, Charles labourer Grünthal, son and heir at law of the late Thomas Paine farmer Grünthal 1872 Application 12298

No 2

PAINE, Charles farmer Hundred of Boolcunda 1890 Memorial 242/401

No 3

PAINE, Charles gardener Cockatoo Valley 1955 Memorial 105/530

PAINE, Charles Thomas farmer Gordon trustee Bible Christian Chapel Gordon Gordon (Hundred of Kanyaka) township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 49 Page 107 County Newcastle

PAINE, Ernest Claude primary producer One Tree Hill in the Sources of the Little Para and Doretta Pearl Paine his wife 1954 Memorial 9/529

No 1

PAINE, Herbert of Gawler 1887 Memorial 242/384

PAINE, Herbert of Gawler, died 5/10/1891 Memorial 35/417

PAINE, Herbert Kingsley law clerk Gawler 1905 Application 24914

PAINE, Jonathan labourer Norwood 1851 Memorial 345/35

No 1

PAINE, Mark baker Adelaide 1848 Memorial 177/67

PAINE, Mark baker formerly Adelaide but now Mt Cottrell Vic 1878 Application 1617159

PAINE, Robert gardener Bridgewater 1879[-1882] Memorial 121/318

No 1

PAINE, Samuel tailor Willunga 1859 Application 11010

PAINE, Samuel tailor Willunga 1884 Memorial 106/362

No 1

PAINE, Thomas labourer Adelaide 1838 Application 19028.

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

PAINE, Thomas labourer Reedbeds 1840 Memorial 282/51

PAINE, Thomas formerly labourer Reedbeds but now carter Adelaide 1848[-1851] Memorial 283/51

PAINE, William carrier Adelaide 1854[-1858] Memorial 225/64

PAINE, Thomas of Gisborne Vic 1859 Application 329

No 3

PAINE, Thomas storekeeper Echunga 1854 Memorial 324/70

PAINE, Thomas farmer near Hahndorf 1861 Memorial 58/175

PAINTER, Daniel farmer Alma Plains Co Gawler. Hundred of Boucaut land grant 1879 Grant Book 55 Page 35 County Stanley

PAINTER, Edward Websdale chartered accountant Adelaide (Epworth Building, Pirie St) 1937 Memorial 2/511

PAINTER, Elias John farmer Brighton 1853 Memorial 161/62

PAINTER, Henry labourer Milang 1858 Memorial 200/146

No 1 - probably the same person

PAINTER, John gardener Adelaide 1846[-1847] Memorial 91/6

PAINTER, John gentleman Adelaide 1853 Memorial 363/47

PAINTER, John yeoman Adelaide 1853 Memorial 498/56

PAINTER, John yeoman Thebarton 1854[-1856] Memorial 432/75

PAINTER, Leonard tramway employee Cassie St, Rosebery 1916 Application 26712

No 1 – the Elder and the Younger

PAINTER, William farmer O’Halloran Hill Co Adelaide. Hundred of Alma land grant 1861 Grant Book 26 Page 10 County Gawler

PAINTER, William farmer Alma Plains Co Gawler. Snowtown (Hundred of Barunga) township allotment land grant 1879 Grant Book 14 Page 166 County Daly

PAINTER, William the Younger farmer Alma Plains Co Gawler. Hundred of Boucaut land grant 1879 Grant Book 55 Page 35 County Stanley

PAINTER, WIlliam of Bute 1888 Memorial 190/394

PAINTING, George labourer Prospect 1853[-1854] Memorial 369/55

PAINTON, Charles sailor Kapunda 1864 Application 7991

PAINTON, Ellen married woman Callington on the Bremer 1910 Memorial 140/463

PAINTON, James butcher Willunga 1856 Memorial 39/106

PAISLEY, James labourer Adelaide 1853 Memorial 374/48

No 1

PAISLEY, John Claudius Esquire Adelaide 1858 Application 60

PAISLEY, John Claudius private secretary Adelaide Hundred of Hutchison land grant 1858[-1861] Grant Book 21 Page 21 County Flinders

No 1

PAISLEY, Robert and William builders Morgan 1878 Grant Book 18 Page 7 County Eyre

PAISLEY, Robert perhaps next to the Murray River Hundred of Eba near Morgan 1879 Memorial 120/345

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

PALAMOUNTAIN, John Faull farmer Adelaide 1855 Hundred of Pt Gawler land grant Memorial 206/103

PALAMOUNTAIN, Grace widow Pt Gawler 1857 Memorial 85/128

PALAMOUNTAIN, John Faull the Elder, married Grace TEMBY on 19/10/1853 Helston Registry Office, Cornwall, England. He died 16/1/1856 intestate. Mrs Palamountain gave birth to John Faull Palamountain the Younger on 31/1/1856 who then became heir at law to his late father's estate. John Faull Palamountain the Younger postmaster Collinsfield 1877 Memorial 66/303

PALAMOUNTAIN, John Faull storekeeper Mt Gambier 1899 Memorial 138/439

PALAMOUNTAIN, John Faull formerly storekeeper Mt Gambier but now out of business 24 Kirkaldy Rd, Grange 1934 Application 28686

PALIN, Thomas William the Younger farmer Maitland 1884[-1885] Memorial 248/360

No 1

PALIN, William farmer near Maitland trustee Wesleyan Methodist Church Maitland township allotment land grant 1873 Grant Book 19 Page 476 County Fergusson

PALIN, William farmer Yorke Valley trustee unnamed School Maitland township allotment land grant 1873 Grant Book 19 Page 476 County Fergusson

PALINER, William draper Adelaide 1862 Memorial 28/186

PALK, Arthur J clerk Adelaide 1920 Memorial 192/485

No 1

PALLANT/PALLENT, Bridget widow Adelaide 1839 She died in 1850 leaving three 18children, all daughters Application 15509

PALLANT, Bridget widow Adelaide 1879 Memorial 153/317

PALLANT, Jesse estate agent Adelaide 1926 Application 27469

No 1

PALLANT, John farmer Strathalbyn 1858[-1861] Memorial 3/145

PALLANT, John farmer Belvidere near Strathalbyn 1866 Memorial 164/216

PALLANT, John formerly of Belvidere (the Finniss) but now shoemaker Kangarilla 1886 Memorial 115/380

PALLANT, John farmer Kangarilla 1887. He could not write Application 21206

PALLANT, John shoemaker formerly of Clarendon but now of Kangarilla 1900 Memorial 121/441

No 1

PALLHUBER, Johann John Roman Catholic clergyman Clare 1856 Memorial 287/99

PALLHUBER, John RC evangelist and clergyman Sevenhill – Narridy was part of his parish 1873 Grant Book 60 Page 486 County Victoria

No 1

PALM, Conrad Ludwig of Tiparra linked with Johann Heinrich Palm farmer Reeves Plains 1888 Memorial 193/390

PALM, Conrad Ludwig farmer Tiparra. Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1907 Grant Book 14 Page 279 County Daly

PALM, Conrad Ludwig agent Paskeville. Paskeville (Hundred of Kulpara) township allotment land grant 1908 Grant Book 14 Page 200 County Daly

PALM, George Alfred Vincent out of business 13 Brookside Ave, Tranmere and Elsie Alice Palm his wife 1955 Application 29141

No 1

PALM, Heinrich blacksmith Hope Valley 1852[-1857] Memorial 401/45

PALM, Heinrich farmer Hope Valley 1860 Memorial 104/164

PALM, Heinrich farmer Pt Gawler 1863. He had leased Section 561 Hundred of Pt Gawler since 1857 Application 4250

PALM, Heinrich formerly blacksmith Hope Valley now farmer Pt Gawler 1864 Application 5288

PALM, Heinrich farmer Pt Gawler 1866 Memorial 25/209

No 1

PALM, John Henry farmer Pt Gawler 1873 Memorial 111/272

PALM, Johann Heinrich farmer Reeve’s Plains 1888 Application 21462

PALM, Johann Heinrich farmer Reeves Plains 1889 Memorial 242/396

PALM, Johann Heinrich farmer Pt Gawler 1904 Application 24868

PALM, Hermann cordwainer Cox Creek 1857[-1858] Memorial 197/117

PALM, Richard of Angas Park 1853 Memorial 101/53

PALM, Thomas William the Younger farmer Maitland 1884 Memorial 248/360

No 1

PALMER, Alfred miller Victorville 1866 Application 8037

PALMER, Alfred miller Greenock 1874 Memorial 75/528

PALMER, Alfred miller Clare 1878 Memorial 158/310

PALMER, Alfred gentleman Kapunda 1885 Memorial 131/367

PALMER, Alfred miller formerly of Greenock but now of Wayville 1898 Memorial 237/436

PALMER, Ann widow Salisbury relict of the late Thomas Palmer formerly carpenter Salisbury now deceased 1917 Memorial 61/476

PALMER, CC clerk Kapunda 1902 Memorial 18/445

No 1 - probably the same person

PALMER, Charles of Mambray Creek 1890 Memorial 189/403

PALMER, Charles farmer Baroota 1899 Memorial 180/437

No 1

PALMER, Charles George and James TURTON brickmakers Brompton carrying on business under the style of the SA Pressed Brick Co 1879 Memorial 25/319

PALMER, Charles George civil engineer Adelaide 1880 Memorial 83/320

No 1

PALMER, CG clerk to Messrs GRETTON & YOUNG solicitors Adelaide 1881 Memorial 212/331

PALMER, CG clerk Adelaide 1882 Memorial 225/346

PALMER, CG clerk to George LeMessurier GRETTON solicitor Adelaide 1884 Memorial 63/360

PALMER, David Ogilvie merchant Adelaide 1891 Memorial 208/406

PALMER, Edward builder Adelaide 1864 Memorial 286/196

No 1

PALMER, Edward Lea farmer Adelaide 1840 later Woodville Park 1886 Application 21372

PALMER, Edward Lea yeoman Hindmarsh 1848 Memorial 4/11

PALMER, Edward Lea farmer Adelaide 1868 Memorial 74/230

PALMER, Edward Lea gentleman Woodville Park linked with Edward William Palmer of Hindmarsh 1886 Memorial 47/378

PALMER, Edward William bootmaker Hindmarsh 1888 Application 21372

No 1

PALMER, Edwin clerk to Messrs George GREEN & William WADHAM land agents Adelaide 1858 Memorial 244/140

No 2

PALMER, Edwin miller Saddleworth 1873 Memorial 36/268

PALMER, Edwin miller Saddleworth 1887 Application 21257

PALMER, Edwin Charles storekeeper Cowell Co Jervois. Kimba (Hundred of Coombe) township allotment land grant 1915 Grant Book 9a Page 2 County Buxton

PALMER, Edwin Charles storekeeper Kimba. Trustee Methodist Church Kimba 1916 Grant Book 9a Page 2 County Buxton

No 1

PALMER, Francis storekeeper Radely/Radeby near Inverbrackie 1851 Memorial 235/29

PALMER, Francis storekeeper late of Radely?? near Inverbrackie July 1853 whose present residence is unknown August 1853 Application 25084

No 1

PALMER, George farmer Section 4007 Hundred of Munno Para 1850[-1855] Memorial 330/24

No 4

PALMER, George the Younger [the Third] Esquire Adelaide attorney for George Palmer the Elder [otherwise the Younger] merchant London, Middlesex, England 1853 Memorial 396/54

PALMER, George the Younger Esquire Nazing Park, Essex, England, appointed his son George Palmer Esquire of the Honourable East India Company's civil service [Bengal Province] as his attorney for his business interests in SA in March 1853. Land included Sections 257, 258 and 280 Hundred of Adelaide on the Torrens River, also Section 570 'situated in the High Road 14 miles from Adelaide'. By August 1853, George Palmer of the Civil Service was in Adelaide and handed over his power of attorney to William YOUNGHUSBAND the Younger and George YOUNG merchants Adelaide 1861 Memorials 277 & 278/171

No 2

PALMER, George farmer Peachey Belt 1855[-1856] Memorial 471/79

No 3

PALMER, George farmer Upper Dry Creek 1856 Memorial 26/98

PALMER, George farmer Bald Hills 1862[-1870] Memorial 244/184

PALMER, George farmer Modbury 1877[-1884] Memorial 49/300

PALMER, George farmer Modbury 1882 Application 19311

PALMER, George formerly farmer but now licensed victualler Modbury Hotel Modbury 1912 Memorial 8/467

No 1

PALMER, George labourer The Sturt 1859 Application 878

PALMER, George farmer The Sturt 1865 Application 6118

PALMER, George farmer The Sturt 1885 Application 20697

No 1

PALMER, Hamilton Charles gentleman Kapunda 1864[-1868] Memorial 339/193

PALMER, Hamilton C of Riverton 1865 Memorial 4/207

PALMER, Hamilton Charles Esquire Kapunda and Adelaide 1866 Memorial 35/216

PALMER, HC solicitor Adelaide 1873 Memorial 128/271

PALMER, Hamilton Charles Esquire Adelaide 1875 Memorial 12/285

PALMER, Hamilton Charles, partner in the firm of Palmer & Nevile 20solicitors King William St, Adelaide 1875 Application 14186

PALMER, HC solicitor Pt Pirie 1879 Memorial 1/316

No 1

PALMER, Henry labourer Alberton 1850 Memorial 428/22

No 2

PALMER, Henry bootmaker and PALMER, Thomas farmer Mitcham 1850[-1851] Memorial 391/26

No 3

PALMER, Henry farmer Macclesfield 1851 Memorial 52/30

PALMER, Henry farmer Glenberry 1853[-1856] Memorial 16/47 Linked with Thomas Palmer shoemaker Glenberry Memorial 356/78 PALMER, Henry farmer Glenberry Hundred of South Rhine land grant 1855 Grant Book 57 Page 34 County Sturt

PALMER, Henry farmer Mt Barker 1855 Memorial 53/81

PALMER, Henry farmer Adelaide 1855[-1861] Memorial 163/106

PALMER, Henry licensed victualler Adelaide 1858[-1859] Memorial 215/138

PALMER, Henry formerly farmer Mt Barker 1855 but now insolvent debtor 1864 Application 4997

No 4

PALMER, Henry shoemaker Adelaide, power of attorney to John FRAYNE shoemaker Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 10/4/1860 Deposit 144/1860

No 5 - perhaps the same person; perhaps a continuation of No 4

PALMER, Henry livery stable keeper Adelaide 1862 Application 2825.

PALMER, Henry farmer formerly of Adelaide 1861 but now of Windsor 1863 Application 3966

No 4

PALMER, Henry of Franklin Harbour 1887 Memorial 36/388

PALMER, Honor Ann spinster Adelaide 1851[-1853] Memorial 98/35

PALMER, James Thomas licensed victualler Kenton Arms Victoria St, Gumeracha 1884 Memorial 175/363

PALMER, Jane widow Adelaide 1852 Memorial 3/40

No 1

PALMER, John shoemaker Upper Sturt 1851 Memorial 434/30

PALMER, John bootmaker Totness District of Talunga 1856 Memorial 341/112

PALMER, John farmer Mt Pleasant 1858 Memorial 69/138

PALMER, John farmer Tungkillo 1858 Memorial 207/140

PALMER, John bootmaker Tungkillo 1859 Memorial 2/162

No 2 - likely to be the same person

PALMER, John farmer Angas Park 1854 Memorial 292/70

PALMER, John farmer Hundred of Nuriootpa 1855 Memorial 263/85

PALMER, John farmer Kapunda 1859[-1867]. In 1867, he acquired the remainder of the current lease of the Flagstaff Hotel (Pt Section 122 Survey B) from John WISDOM Memorials 204/153, 73/223

No 2

PALMER, John of Peachey Belt Munno Para West 1861 Application 2034

No 1 - likely to be the same person

PALMER, John clerk to Messrs MATTHEWS & COX solicitors Adelaide 1875 Memorial 167/284

PALMER, John J clerk to Messrs MATTHEWS & COX solicitors Adelaide 1877[-1881] Memorial 107/297

PALMER, John J clerk Adelaide 1890 Memorial 87/401

PALMER, John Wesley bookseller Mt Gambier Pt Moorowie township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 19 Page 364 County Fergusson

No 1 - Joseph Henry Palmer

PALMER, Joseph Henry gentleman Adelaide 1852[-1854] Memorial 68/44

PALMER, Joseph gentleman Adelaide 1853[-1854] Memorial 298/55

PALMER, Joseph Henry gentleman Adelaide, often known as Joseph Palmer 1855 Memorial 426/79

PALMER, Joseph formerly of Adelaide but now of Lyttleton, New Zealand 1856 Memorial 5/108

PALMER, Joseph Henry Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now of Lyttleton New Zealand 1858 Memorial 105/148

PALMER, Joseph formerly gentleman Adelaide 1854 but now Esquire New Zealand 1866 Application 7146

PALMER, Joseph gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now of New Zealand 1876 Memorial 159/290

PALMER, Lance Maxwell dairyman Burra 1948 Application 28612

No 1

PALMER, Richard and John farmers Angas Park 1851 Memorial 310/35

PALMER, Richard farmer Angas Park 1853[-1862] Memorial 125/61 Perhaps related to William ROUNSEVELL gentleman Adelaide (Pirie St)?? Memorial 100/58

PALMER, Richard farmer Hundred of Nuriootpa 1855 Memorial 264/85

PALMER, Richard farmer Kapunda 1856[-1858] Memorial 250/112

PALMER, Richard farmer formerly of Angas Park 1860 but now of Helendale near Kapunda 1864 Application 5263

PALMER, Richard farmer Helendale near Kapunda 1865 Application 5906

PALMER, Richard miller Stockport on the Gilbert 1866[-1887] Memorial 208/216, Application 9844

No 2

PALMER, Richard farmer Section 2196 Hundred of Yatala 1854 Memorial 267/75

PALMER, Richard Thomas merchant Adelaide 1911 Memorial 124/465

No 1 – the Elder

PALMER, Robert builder Adelaide 1850 Memorial 489/26

PALMER, Robert farmer Aldinga 1856[-1865] Memorial 225/136

PALMER, Robert the Elder farmer Aldinga 1872 Memorial 32/258

PALMER, Robert publican Aldinga Hotel Aldinga 1853[-1861] Memorial 495/55

PALMER, Robert formerly builder Adelaide 1850 but now farmer Aldinga 1874 Application 13561

PALMER, Robert farmer Aldinga Koolunga (Hundred of Koolunga) township allotment land grant 1875 Grant Book 56 Page 323 County Stanley

PALMER, Robert the Elder farmer Aldinga Co Adelaide. Hundred of Koolunga land grant 1880[-1883] Grant Book 55 Page 187 County Stanley

No 2 – the Younger

PALMER, Robert the Younger farmer Myponga Co Adelaide. Hundred of Koolunga land grant 1883 Grant Book 55 Page 191 County Stanley

No 3

PALMER, Robert miller Saddleworth 1869 Memorial 208/240

No 4

PALMER, Robert JP of 2 Jasper St, Hyde Park 1925 Memorial 25/494

No 1 – Robert Smith Palmer

PALMER, Robert cheese factory manager Tantanoola Tantanoola (formerly Lucieton Hundred of Hindmarsh) township allotment land grant 1888 Grant Book 31 Page 299 County Grey

PALMER, Robert Smith cheesemaker Tantanoola Tantanoola (formerly Lucieton Hundred of Hindmarsh) township allotment land grant 1890 Grant Book 31 Page 300 County Grey

PALMER, Robert Smith farmer Wye, declared insolvent on 15/12/1882 Memorial 125/346

PALMER, Robert Smith dairy factory manager Mt Barker 1895 Application 23016

No 1

PALMER, Samuel publican Mt Burr. Section 2020 near Mt Burr Co Grey land grant 1853[-1856] Memorial 39/70

PALMER, Samuel of Portland Co Normanby Vic 1854 He leased out Section 2020 Hundred not named, which included 'the Mt Burr Hotel, shoemaking apartments, blacksmith's shop, stable, store, 3 stockyards, cultivation paddock and premises thereto belonging, with all outhouses etc' for £100 a year Memorial 60/72

PALMER, Susan Jane of Parkside 1891 Memorial 170/407

No 1

PALMER, Thomas shoemaker Glenberry near Adelaide purchased land in Wardlaw Vale part of Sections 1036 and 1123 Belair Coromandel Valley Survey B Hundred of Adelaide 1854 Memorial 356/78, Application 20391

PALMER, Thomas 23 shoemaker Coromandel Valley married Sarah SHEPLEY 23 spinster Coromandel Valley, on 3/1/1853 St John's Halifax St, Adelaide. Minister: Rev'd JC BAGSHAW. Witnesses: Emma WALTON and Anne SHEPLEY (she could not write). Thomas Palmer shoemaker Riverton died 1/6/1867 intestate. His eldest son, Edward Palmer, born 11/11/1853 Coromandel Valley, by June 1893 a railway employee Adelaide, and then Aug 1893 blacksmith Murray Bridge, inherited his estate as heir at law. Two sons and one daughter of the marriage. Mrs Palmer remarried to John CARRACK gentleman Riverton Application 22488

PALMER, Thomas Beer labourer The Sturt 1853 Memorial 493/60

PALMER, Walter Stanley labourer Pt Pirie 1917 Memorial 194/475

No 1

PALMER, William carpenter Adelaide (Hindley St) 1850[-1851] Memorial 40/34 Linked with William Palmer FERGUSON dealer Adelaide 1851 Memorial 251/31

No 2

PALMER, William of Mt Torrens 1856 Memorial 57/101

No 3

PALMER, William gentleman Woodville 1873 Memorial 212/270

PALMER, William Ewart accountant 33 Pirie St, Adelaide, aged 55 in 1953, declared that he had been the Secretary and a Director of the SA Co-op Brick Co Ltd, of Harrison Rd, Renown Park. The firm had a plot of land for making bricks in Belford Ave, Devon Park Application 28948

PALMER, William Simmons clerk Mt Gambier 1882 Memorial 124/346

PALMER, WS secretary of the Sons of Temperance Benefit Society of Mt Gambier 1888 Memorial 105/392

PALMERSTON, Ephraim contractor Kent Town 1893 Memorial 177/419

PALMOR, George yeoman The Tiers 1854[-1855] Memorial 417/76

PALMOR, Luke yeoman The Tiers 1854[-1859] Memorial 418/76

PALTRIDGE, Colin Castle accountant Peterborough 1921 Memorial 183/483

No 1

PALTRIDGE, Frederick clerk Mt Barker 1882[-1887] Memorial 121/345

PALTRIDGE, Frederick accountant Mt Barker 1896 Application 23256

PALTRIDGE, Frederic Geoffrey farmer near Woodside 1922 Memorial 88/485

No 1

PALTRIDGE, Harry surveyor Mt Barker 1891 Memorial 217/407

PALTRIDGE, Harry auctioneer Mt Barker, also maintained rooms at 8 Temple Chambers Currie St Adelaide 1897 Application 23256

No 1

PALTRIDGE, John of Murray Bridge 1887 Memorial 162/384

No 2

PALTRIDGE, John of the Prince Alfred Hotel, Adelaide 1887 Application 21289

PALTRIDGE, K bank officer Burra 1947 Memorial 152/521

PALTRIDGE, Samuel shoemaker Mt Barker 1854[-1859] Memorial 276/74

No 1

PALTRIDGE, Samuel Lee bootmaker Mt Barker 1859 Memorial 108/161

PALTRIDGE, Samuel Lee bootmaker Melrose, died 27/3/1879 intestate. Letters of administration to his widow, Mary Jane Paltridge, who was living in Adelaide by 1884, to settle his £20 estate Application 20215

No 1

PALTRIDGE, Thomas bootmaker Mt Barker 1849 Memorial 348/22

PALTRIDGE, Thomas the Elder tanner Mt Barker, died 24/7/1883 of senile decay, aged 83. Executors and trustees – Francis Isaac SMITH gingerbeer maker Mt Barker and George BOLLEN yeoman Mt Barker. Certain rental real estate had already been put into a family trust during the testator’s lifetime 1859. Thomas Paltridge the Elder and hs wife Mary Paltridge would receive adjusted percentages of the rents for life. After both their deaths, these rents to be shared equally among their children; Thomas Paltridge the Younger shoemaker Mt Barker; Samuel Paltridge shoemaker Mt Barker; Mary, wife of Roderick McKenzie saddler Mt Barker; Elizabeth, wife of Samuel Heanes shoemaker Kensington Application 20215

PALTRIDGE, Mary wife of Thomas Paltridge the Elder, died 4/9/1882 Mt Barker, of bronchitis, aged 82 Application 20215

PALTRIDGE, Thomas Colling bootmaker Mt Barker 1880 Memorial 206/325

PALTRIDGE, Thomas Cornelius tailor and clothier Adelaide (27 Rundle St) trading under the style or firm of Tom Paltridge 1904 Memorial 126/450

No 1

PALTRIDGE, Tom Castle bank clerk formerly of Mt Barker but now of Kingswood. Appears to be a family link with Elizabeth CASTLE spinster of Long Valley near Strathalbyn, who died 29/9/1923, her sister Julia Castle and their niece Ethel SLEEP commonly known as Ethel Castle Memorial 114/489

PALTRIDGE, Tom Castle formerly bank official but now accountant Kingswood 1945 Memorial 151/518

No 1

PALTRIDGE, William farmer Mt Barker 1860 Memorial 84/162

No 2

PALTRIDGE, William contractor Adelaide 1876[-1877] Memorial 81/292

No 3

PALTRIDGE, William gentleman Mt Gambier, died 8/5/1890, of 8 days' influenza and 3 days' lung congestion, aged 56 Application 24373

PALZ, Hermann gentleman Tanunda 1854 Memorial 422/63

PAMMENTER, Thomas farmer Hundred of Pirie 1887 Memorial 214/383

PANG, Chang artist Adelaide 1882 Memorial 25/337

No 1

PANK, George Thomas painter Adelaide 1850[-1853] Memorial 409/26

PANK, George Thomas storekeeper Adelaide (cnr Gilles St and Hanson St) 1857 Memorial 208/126

PANK, George Thomas licensed victualler Adelaide (Labour in Vain cnr Gilles St and Hanson St) 1858 Memorial 181/147

PANK, George Thomas storekeeper Adelaide (cnr Gilles St and Hanson St) 1863 Memorial 105/191

PANK, George Thomas innkeeper Adelaide (cnr Gilles St and Hanson St) 1870 Memorial 102/250

PANK, John farmer Mt Gambier 1860 Memorial 6/167

PANK, Mary Flora married woman Woodville, PRITCHARD, Madge Thorn spinster 134 Burnside Rd, Burnside and LUXTON, Dorothy Joy spinster 152 The Esplanade, Largs Bay 1943, linked in the ownership of land at Pt Adelaide. Was there a family link?? Application 28359

No 1

PANKHURST, Joseph Harwood team owner Gawler 1851[-1856] Memorial 268/31

PANKHURST, Joseph Harwood teamster Gawler 1854 Memorial 461/78

PANKHURST, Joseph Harwood teamster formerly of Gawler but now of Kooringa 1857 Memorial 222/131

No 1

PANNACH, Andreas farmer Light Pass 1852[-1858] Memorial 118/41

PANNACH, Andreas and Johann farmers Light Pass 1855 Memorial 339/85

No 1

PANNACH, Johann farmer Light Pass 1852 Memorial 288/41

PANNACH, Johann farmer [formerly of Light Pass but now of the] Hundred of Belvidere 1855 Memorial 6/100

PANNACH, Johann farmer Section 46 Hundred of Belvidere 1856 Memorial 115/111

No 2 - are there two Johann Pannachs?

PANNACH, Johann farmer Light Pass 1861 Memorial 155/171

No 1

PANNACH, Johannes farmer Black Hill trustee unnamed Church Hundred of Ridley Hundred of Ridley land grant 1896 Grant Book 58 Page 155 County Sturt

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

No 1

PANNAN, Jeremiah the Younger farmer Anlaby 1867 Application 8071

PANNAN, Jeremiah farmer Robertstown 1896 Memorial 187/426

No 1

PANNAN, Thomas farmer Magill 1844[-1853] Memorial 310/4

PANNAN, Thomas farmer Munno Para West 1857 Memorial 163/116

PANNAN, Thomas farmer Salisbury 1869 Memorial 189/240

PANNAN, Thomas farmer Navan, died 9/9/1871 intestate. Letters of administration to his widow, Ellen Pannan, to settle the estate Memorial 26/256

No 2

PANNAN, Thomas farmer near Salisbury Hundred of English land grant 1868 Grant Book 17 Page 164 County Eyre

PANNAN, Thomas labourer Robertstown 1882 Grant Book 17 Page 170 County Eyre

No 3

PANNAN , Thomas carrier Kadina. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1903 Grant Book 14 Page 94 County Daly

No 1

PANNAN, Thomas Peter farmer Troubridge Hundred of Melville land grant 1877 Grant Book 19 Page 81 County Fergusson

PANNAN, Thomas Peter farmer Yorketown Hundred of Dalrymple land grant 1882 Grant Book 19 Page 145 County Fergusson

PANNELL, David farmer Mintaro 1852[-1879] Memorial 453/43

PANNELL, David farmer Mintaro 1880 Application 18032

PANNELL, Dudley farmer Mt Gambier 1913 Application 26232

No 1 - perhaps the Elder

PANNELL, George landowner Adelaide 1851 Memorial 43/32

PANNELL, George builder North Adelaide 1858 Memorial 338/142

PANNELL, George builder North Adelaide and Mary Ann Pannell his wife linked with James Grier Pannell carpenter North Adelaide 1854. George Pannell builder Mt Gambier, died 19/6/1877. Estate worth £400 Memorial 24/303 & Application 28393

PANNELL, George died 19/6/1877. His widow, Mary Ann Pannell, died 22/4/1897. Parents of Harry dentist Kadina, who died 3/8/1942. His widow, Ruby Mary Pannell of Kadina, was 56 years 9 months old in August 1944. The Pannells had lived in Kadina since their marriage on 29/11/1938. This appear to have been his second marriage (and to a much younger woman), as he had a daughter, Emmeline Alice ROBERTSON married woman Kadina, who was 55 in 1945. Some correspondence with Harry Pannell's nieces and nephews - Amy CRAIGEE of Lyndoch, Katie QUINN of Tollcross Farm, North Gumeracha, George Pannell farmer Piangil in Vic; Ethel Annie CODRINGTON of Adelaide Rd, Gawler South, and Leslie Pannell of 19 Gladstone Ave, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada Application 28393

No 2 - perhaps the Younger

PANNELL, George linked with Section 250 Hundred of Mingbool Co Grey 1888 Memorial 247/390

No 3

PANNELL, George carpenter Mintaro 1859[-1870] Memorial 22/149

PANNELL, George carpenter Jamestown. Jamestown (Hundred of Belalie) township allotment land grant 1873 Grant Book 60 Page 134 County Victoria

No 4

PANNELL, George foreman Boolaroo NSW and Ellen Elizabeth Pannell his wife 1908 Memorial 192/459

PANNELL, George foreman smelter Boolaroo NSW and Ellen Elizabeth Pannell his wife 1912 Memorial 89/467

PANNELL, Henry farmer Pt Elliot 1879 Memorial 23/315

No 1

PANNELL, James farmer near Pt Elliot 1865 Application 6484

PANNELL, James farmer Pt Elliot 1873, husband of the late Martha Pannell formerly Miss Martha BROWN of Kuitpo 1860 Application 12661

PANNELL, Margaret married woman Mt Gambier 1913 Application 26232

PANNELL, Theodore Francis labourer Penola 1946, declared that he had been born on 30/6/1888 and had lived in Penola all his life. His wife, Mary May Pannell, was born on 5/12/1892, at Wattle Park near Penola Application 28468

PANRUCKER, James gentleman Dry Creek 1867 Memorial 15/224

PANSEARS, Joseph linked with Sections 34, 59 Hundred of Hawker Co Jervois 1884 Memorial 242/354

No 1

PANTER, Richard yeoman Willaston 1853[-1854]. He purchased Allotments 22, 24 in Willaston, including 'that pine built carpenter's shop with the appurtenceces now standing and being thereon' Memorial 39/53

PANTER, Richard and Richard James labourers Willaston 1865 Memorial 199/201

PANTER, Richard James labourer formerly of Willaston near Gawler but now of the Police Station Darling River NSW 1875 Memorial 190/285

PANTHER, James labourer The Para 1853 Memorial 248/62

No 1

PANTON, Ellen married woman Callington 1911 Memorial 152/464

PANTON, Ellen widow Nairne 1919 Memorial 36/478

PANTON, Ellen widow formerly of Nairne but now of Callington 1919 Memorial 146/478

PANTON, H clerk Pt Pirie 1916 Memorial 56/474

PANTON, Henry insurance canvasser Adelaide 1925 Memorial 162/492

PAOLI, Francis medical practitioner Gladstone, about to depart the province, power of attorney to Thomas William INGRAM bank manager Gladstone, to sell his real estate and settle his business affairs 10/1/1882 Deposit 102/1882

PAPPARWELL, Simon carpenter Adelaide 1855 Memorial 67/91
No 1

PAPPIN, James blacksmith Kensington 1853[-1882] Memorial 91/53 Norwood Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee 1854 Memorial 93/99

PAPPIN, James blacksmith Kensington 1857 linked with Joseph Pappin engineer Adelaide Memorial 216/122

PAPPIN, James blacksmith Kensington linked with William Green Pappin farmer Greenbank near Williamstown 1876 Memorial 70/315

PAPPIN, James blacksmith Kensington Norwood Wesleyan Chapel trustee 1877[-1882] Application 16053, Application 19463

PAPPIN, James blacksmith Norwood 1877 Memorial 12/302

PAPPIN, James coachbuilder Kensington 1879[-1890] Memorial 33/319

PAPPIN, James blacksmith Kensington 1882 Memorial 19/430

PAPPIN, James wheelwright Kensington 1881 Application 18697

PAPPIN, James blacksmith Kensington 1892 Application 22286

No 1

PAPPIN, Joseph carpenter Norwood 1852 Memorial 57/42

PAPPIN, Joseph [formerly carpenter Norwood but now] engineer Adelaide 1857 Memorial 7/125

PAPPIN, Joseph engineer Adelaide, died c1861. He left his personal estate to his wife, Sarah Pappin, absolutely. He left his real estate in trust to keep his wife and children until the youngest child turned 18. Then the real estate to be sold and the profits shared equally absolutely amongst the wife and children. Executors and trustees: Sarah Pappin, John Green COULLS of Athelstone, and James Pappin of Kensington Memorial 49/175

PAPPIN, Joseph the Elder carpenter Norwood, died 28/4/1857 intestate, of rheumatism, aged 57. His wife, Sarah Pappin, died 23/5/1855, of rheumatic gout, aged 58. They left at least two sons - Jame Pappin blacksmith Kensington, and Joseph Pappin the Younger engineer Adelaide. Until his death on 9/5/1861, J Pappin the Younger was in business partnership with Andrew Jones, still engineer Adelaide 1883. J Pappin the Younger’s wife called Sarah Pappin of Norwood. The Joseph Pappin the Elders had 8 children - James, Mary, Joseph, William, Sarah, Elizabeth, Henrietta and Thomas Geen Pappin. Mary, Joseph, Sarah and Henrietta Pappin had died by 1883 Application 19789

PAPPIN, Joseph engineer Adelaide, died c1860. He left his personal estate to his wife, Sarah Pappin absolutely, and his real estate in trust for his wife to get the income until the youngest child turned 21 or his wife remarried; the real estate to be sold and the proceeds to be distributed equally absolutely amongst the wife and the children. The wife to get no share at all if she married before the youngest child turned 21 Application 22393

PAPPIN, Thomas blacksmith Kensington 1855 Memorial 302/83

PAPPIN, William farmer Hundred of Barossa 1860 Memorial 191/165

No 1 - perhaps a continuation of the previous entry

PAPPIN, William Green farmer Barossa 1853[-1855] Memorial 80/54

PAPPIN, William Green farmer Lyndoch Valley 1853[-1854] Memorial 370/62

PAPPIN, William Green farmer near Williamstown 1860 Application 1587

No 1

PAPPS, Frederick carter Walkerville linked with Job (but generally called Joseph) Papps tram driver Walkerville 1898 Memorial 158/434

PAPPS, Frederick Henry carter George St, Walkerville, died 11/4/1916. Husband of Mary Albertina Papps. Joseph Papps carter Walkerville mentioned. He was a brother to William James MAIN Memorials 173 & 174/475

PAPPS, Frederick Henry carter George St, Wakerville, died not stated. His widow, Mary Albertina Papps, formerly of George St, Walkerville, but then of Anzac Highway, died 12/2/1928 Glenelg. Parents of Edith Bella LIEBING nee Papps married woman Baker Road, Richmond, Ida Maud GORDON married woman 108 Anzac Highway Helmsdale and Francis Henry Papps wireman Church Tce, Walkerville 1935 Memorials 176 & 181/508

PAPPS, Henry labourer Walkerville 1867 Application 8813

PAPPS, Henry carter Walkerville and Mary Papps his wife 1885 Memorial 51/366

PAPPS, Henry and Mary of Walkerville, were the parents of Joseph Job Papps and Frederick Papps. Frederick Papps had a wife called Mary Albertina Papps. Matthew Papps of Walkerville 1896 must also belong to this family somehow Application 27924

No 1

PAPPS, Job tram driver Walkerville linked with Matthew Papps carter Golden Grove 1896 Memorial 122/429

PAPPS, Job tram driver Walkerville m Sep 1887 Bridget Bella KELLY. She was born 13/10/1867. Prior to her marriage, she worked for Jonathan BISHOP general storekeeper Walkerville 1884-1887 Application 27924.

PAPPS, Bridget Bella nee KELLY widow Walkerville 1935, born 13/10/1867, shop assistant for Jonathan BISHOP's general store at Walkerville between 18840-1887, married September 1887, Job Papps tram driver White St, Walkerville. Job Papps died 27/9/1923. They were the parents of Robert Papps ironmonger Walkerville Application 27924

No 1

PAPPS, Joseph tram driver Walkerville 1891 Memorial 222/409

PAPPS, Joseph (formerly tram driver but now) carter Walkerville 1891 Memorial 174/475. See also Memorial 158/434

PAPPS, Joseph tram driver Walkerville 1893 Application 22591

No 1

PAPPS, Mary widow Walkerville 1894 Memorial 16/421

PAPPS, Mary widow Walkerville, died 4/2/1896. Estate worth £473 Memorial 112/428

No 1

PAPPS, Mary Albertina widow Walkerville 1917 Memorial 174/475

PAPPS, Mary Albertina widow formerly of Walkerville but now of Glenelg 1925 Memorial 79/494

PAPPS, Mary Albertina widow formerly of Walkerville but then of Anzac Highway, Helmsdale, died 12/2/1928 Glenelg. Mother of Edith Bella LIEBING married woman Baker's Road, Richmond and Francis Henry Papps wireman Church Tce, Walkerville Memorial 176/508

No 1

PAPPS, Matthew carter Walkerville 1876 Memorial 63/292

PAPPS, Matthew farmer Golden Grove linked with the late Mary Papps widow Walkerville who died 4/2/1896 Memorial 49/427

PAPPS, William Reynolds ironmonger's assistant Adelaide 1862 Memorial 175/186

PAQUALIN, Adolphus agent Adelaide 1866 Memorial 155/216

No 1

PAQUALIN, George gentleman Pt Adelaide 1854 Memorial 26/71

PAQUALIN, George officer HM Customs Pt Adelaide 1858 Memorial 226/142

PAQUALIN, George [formerly of Pt Adelaide but now] Esquire North Adelaide 1859[-1867] Memorial 144/156

PAQUALIN, George gentleman formerly of North Adelaide 1867 but now of Athelstone 1870 Application 11081

No 1

PAQUALIN, George Henry 28 shipping agent Adelaide (Father: George Paqualin) married Jane FERRETT 20 Adelaide (Father: John Ferrett) on 31/7/1875, St Luke’s Whitmore Square Adelaide. Witnesses: RJ STUCKEY gentleman Norwood, Mary D FERRETT of Bowden 1886 Application 20865

PAQUALIN, George Henry merchant Pt Adelaide 1879 Memorial 12/317

PAQUALIN, Louisa Ann spinster North Adelaide 1860 Memorial 167/215

PAQUALIN, Thomas clerk to Messrs STOW & BRUCE solicitors Adelaide 1865 Memorial 250/203

No 1 - perhaps the same person

PAQUALIN, William Adolphus agent Adelaide 1866[-1868] Memorial 155/216

PAQUALIN, William Adolphus of Pt Adelaide 1891 Memorial 113/409

PARBS, Johann of Tanunda Co Light. Hundred of Angas land grant 1880 Grant Book 58 Page 181 County Sturt

PARBS, Wilhelm farmer Rhine Villa 1886[-1893] Memorial 191/373

No 1

PARBST, Johann Joachim farmer Langmeil 1854 Memorial 17/71

PARBST, Johann Joachim farmer near Nuriootpa 1859 Memorial 275/175

PARDIE, James carter Port Road 1852 Memorial 388/39

PARER, Giovanni and Guiseppe innkeepers Adelaide (Stag Inn Rundle St) 1901 Memorial 19/443

No 1

PARFITT, Charles of Mt Gambier 1856 Memorial 57/105

PARFITT, Charles of Mt Gambier 1861 Application 2104

No 1

PARFITT, Isaac sawyer Kapunda 1853[-1859] Memorial 197/54

PARFITT, Isaac formerly sawyer Kapunda 1855 but now of Napier Hawkes Bay New Zealand 1864 Application 5299

No 1

PARFITT, Peter Thomas Jones bank manager Adelaide 1888 Memorial 183/389

PARFITT, Peter Thomas Jones manager of the Bank of New Zealand at Adelaide 1889 Memorial 180/397

PARFITT, William limeburner Bowden 1856[-1877] Memorial 301/97, Application 1970, Application 2975

No 1

PARGETER, George of Lordston 1857 Memorial 309/126

PARGETER, George [formerly of Lordston but now] yeoman Mt Gambier 1870 Memorial 195/247

No 1

PARHAM, Edmund farmer Gawler River 1857 Memorial 246/126

PARHAM, Edmund farmer formerly of Gawler but now of Hindmarsh 1903. He could not write Application 24579

PARHAM, Edwin butcher Queenstown 1896 Application 23237

PARHAM, Frederick butcher Gawler West and Matilda Parham his wife 1904 Application 24765

No 1

PARHAM, Harold Edward and Murray Clarence Ellis Parham both farmers Hamilton on the Light 1929 Memorial 56/502

PARHAM, Harold Edward and Parham, Murray Clarence Ellis farmers Hamilton 1938 Application 28156

No 1

PARHAM, John labourer Adelaide 1847 Memorial 193/8

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

PARHAM, John carter Gawler South 1866 Memorial 203/298

PARHAM, John labourer Gawler South 1881 Application 18579

PARHAM, Samuel James farmer Gawler River 1903 Application 24579

No 1

PARIS, James farmer Mt Gambier 1868[-1883] Memorial 133/232

PARIS, James farmer Brackenfield near Mt Gambier 1890[-1897] Memorial 60/402

PARIS, James farmer OB Flat Mt Gambier 1901 Application 24220

PARIS, Jane Ann widow Hyde Park 1919 Memorial 128/479

PARIS, John farmer Mt Gambier Hundred of Mayurra land grant 1877 Grant Book 31 Page 223 County Grey

PARIS, Robert farmer Kondoparinga 1859 Memorial 209/160

No 1

PARIS, Stephen of Adelaide 1840 Memorial 23/50

PARIS, Stephen licensed victualler North Adelaide 1841 [He was in SA by 1840] Application 3427.

PARIS, Stephen yeoman Adelaide 1845 Memorial 424/4

PARIS, Stephen shepherd Adelaide 1852 Memorial 350/49

No 1

PARISH, Caroline Elizabeth spinster Mintaro 1856 Memorial 472/94

PARISH, Caroline Elizabeth spinster Mintaro, died 5/6/1894 Hundred of Bendleby intestate and without a parent. Sister to Charlotte SPARKS wife of Joel Sparks farmer Bendleby 1894 Memorial 100/422

PARISH, Edward Rhodes farmer Springbank near Kooringa. Springfield Primitive Methodist Chapel trustee 1862 Memorial 15/292

PARISH, George Henry mason Pt Elliot 1950 Application 28711

No 1

PARISH, George Thomas yeoman Adelaide. He purchased the Light Arms Inn for £160 1855 Memorial 383/84

PARISH, George Thomas [formerly yeoman Adelaide but now] farmer Tothill Creek 1856[-1875] Memorial 167/107

PARISH, George Thomas farmer Tothill Creek Hundred of Waterloo land grant 1857 Grant Book 44 Page 366 County Light

PARISH, George Thomas farmer Tothill Creek 1867 Application 8216

PARISH, George Thomas farmer Apoinga 1873 Application 13118

No 1

PARISH, James labourer Mitcham 1865 Memorial 64/201

PARISH, James labourer Goodwood Road 1871 Memorial 215/255

PARISH, James labourer Goodwood 1879 Application 17650

PARISH, Mark labourer Unley Park 1864 Application 5230

PARISH, Mark farmer Mt Gambier Hundred of Mingbool land grant 1872 Grant Book 31 Page 121 County Grey

No 1

PARISH, Maurice William auctioneer Murray Bridge. Murray Bridge SM Hospital trustee 1924 Memorial 157/491

PARISH, MW JP landbroker Murray Bridge 1940 Memorial 178/523

PARISH, Maurice William agent Murray Bridge 1934 Memorial 112/507

PARISH, Thomas farmer Tothill Creek 1864 Memorial 124/194

PARISH, William Thomas farmer formerly of Barton but now of Truro (for 5-6 years), aged 77 in 1948 Application 28635

PARK, Alexander gentleman Robe 1858 Memorial 342/171

No 1 - perhaps the same person

PARK, Andrew labourer Walkerville 1871 Application 11445

PARK, Andrew blacksmith Summertown 1902 Memorial 178/445

PARK, James Robertson baker Hindmarsh 1898 Application 23715

PARK, John White contractor Maylands 1928 Memorial 162/500

PARK, Samuel farmer near Truro Hundred of Anna land grant 1876[-1880] Grant Book 17 Page 137 County Eyre

No 1

PARK, Thomas baker Hindmarsh 1903 Memorial 42/450

PARK, Thomas baker Hindmarsh 1903 Brompton Methodist Church trustee Application 28475

PARK, William head gardener Benara Mt Gambier 1904 Memorial 48/452

PARKE, Edmund William stockholder Henbury Northern Territory, power of attorney for three years from 23/11/1898, to Joseph Albert BREADEN station manager and overseer Henbury, to manage his statony at Henbury and another near Oodnadatta (pastoral leases 1628, 1629, 1630, 1677, 1678, 1690 Henbury and pastoral leases 235, 236, 251, 284 west of Oodnadatta) Deposit 61/1898

PARKE, Edward farmer near Echunga 1864 Memorial 34/196

No 1

PARKE, Elizabeth spinster Echunga 1885 Memorial 36/382

PARKE, Elizabeth spinster Echunga, died 25/1/1915 Grant Book 2 Page 104 County Adelaide

No 1

PARKEN, Henry Montague gentleman Burra Road, Tothill Creek 1855[-1861] Memorial 366/88

PARKEN, Henry Montague farmer Tothill Creek 1863 Memorial 48/188

PARKEN, Henry Montague licensed teacher Steelton on the Dirty Light 1868[-1877] Memorial 85/241

PARKEN, Henry M postmaster Steelton on the Dirty Light 1886 Memorial 66/373

PARKEN, Henry M storekeeper Steelton 1886 Memorial 46/378

PARKEN, Henry M clerk Steelton 1891 Memorial 153/409

PARKEN, Henry M of Steelton 1902 Memorial 46/446

PARKER, Abel William of Mile End Town Clerk of the Corporation of Thebarton 1905 Application 24900

PARKER, Alfred Henry medical practitioner Pt Lincoln 1879 Memorial 223/315

No 1

PARKER, Andrew Kelly farmer Riverton linked with Elliott William Parker farmer Riverton 1946 Memorial 131/520

PARKER, Andrew Kelly farmer Riverton, died 28/12/1952. Husband of Ada Beatrice Parker. Father of Keith Cyril Parker, Elliott William Parker farmer Riverton, Ira Mark Parker farmer Woods and Lucy Beatrice DAVEY Memorial 119/528

PARKER, Charles stockdriver William Creek 1892 Memorial 6/415

PARKER, Charles Thomas farmer Gawler 1887. TP Parker mentioned but not described Memorial 125/387

PARKER, Clementina widow Hundred of Pirie relict of the late David Parker formerly farmer Hundred of Pirie now deceased 1890 Memorial 4/402

PARKER, Charles Thomas farmer Penong trustee Institute Penong Penong (Hundred of Burgoyne) township allotment land grant 1897 Grant Book 41 Page 13 County Kintore

No 1

PARKER, David licensed victualler Gawler 1856 Memorial 321/126

PARKER, David licensed victualler [formerly of Gawler but now of] Virginia 1860 Memorial 11/163

PARKER, David farmer near Virginia 1865 Application 6438

PARKER, David farmer Virginia 1867 Application 8392

PARKER, David farmer Hundred of Pirie, died 4/4/1888, of marasmus senilis, aged 65 Application 24841

No 2

PARKER, David the Younger farmer Virginia Co Adelaide. Hundred of Pirie land grant 1883 Grant Book 60 Page 298 County Victoria

No 1

PARKER, Edward licensed victualler [probably the Exchange Hotel] Pt Adelaide 1856[-1857] Memorial 163/96

PARKER, Edward gentleman formerly of Pt Adelaide but now of Frogmore, Devon, England 1859 Memorial 230/154

PARKER, Edward gentleman formerly of Pt Adelaide but now of Frogmore Sherford, Devon, England 1860 Memorial 101/169

PARKER, Edward gentleman late of Pt Adelaide, but now of Frogmore, Sherford, Devon, England, power of attorney to Charles FENN solicitor Adelaide, to collect debt repayments from Joseph COLEMAN and Henry CHAMBERS of Pt Adelaide, and from anyone else who owes money 18/8/1860. By 31/5/1864, he had returned to Pt Adelaide, but was about to leave the province permanently this time, power of attorney to Joseph STONE stevedore Pt Adelaide, to sell his real estate and finalise his business affairs Deposits 271/1860, 292/1864

PARKER, Edward gentleman Pt Adelaide 1863 Application 4759

PARKER, Edward licensed victualler Pt Adelaide 1864 Memorial 96/206

No 1

PARKER, Edward Henry butcher Pt Adelaide 1856 Memorial 8/111

PARKER, Edward Henry butcher formerly of Pt Adelaide but now of St Kilda Vic 1859 Memorial 165/153

PARKER, Elizabeth widow Laura 1893 Memorial 2/417

No 1

PARKER, Frederick labourer Steventon 1856 Memorial 146/113

PARKER, Frederick labourer Tea Tree Gully 1859 Memorial 35/161

No 2

PARKER, Frederick draper Adelaide (Hindley St) 1877[-1890] Memorial 156/298

PARKER, Frederick draper Adelaide Curramulka township allotment land grant 1879 Grant Book 19 Page 369 County Fergusson

PARKER, Frederick draper Glenelg Yunta township allotment land grant Co Herbert 1887 Grant Book 34 Page 164 County Herbert

PARKER, Frederick draper Norwood 1895 Memorial 119/426

No 1

PARKER, George salesman Kingston Lacepede Bay 1876 Memorial 136/296

PARKER, George gentleman Kingston S-E 1877 Memorial 193/301

No 2

PARKER, George of Adelaide, died 24/1/1879 intestate. Letters of administration to his wife, Sarah Caroline Priscilla Parker, to settle the estate Memorial 59/317

PARKER, Sarah Caroline Priscilla widow North Adelaide 1879 Memorial 59/317

No 3

PARKER, George farmer Chain of Ponds 1880 Application 18107

No 4

PARKER, George farmer Copperhouse near Kooringa 1907[-1920] Memorial 67/457

PARKER, George farmer Kooringa 1915 Memorial 182/506

PARKER, George farmer Leighton 1929, born 21/1/1870, declared that he had lived at Copperhouse for the past 40 years Application 27751

PARKER, George Washington sheepfarmer Watervale, died 29/6/1924 Skilly. Husband of Amy Evelyn Parker, who was living at Manoora by 1954. Washington George Parker grazier Watervale also belonged to this family 1954 Memorials 143 & 145/529

No 1

PARKER, George Edwin blacksmith Bowden-on-the-Hill and Mary Hocking Parker his wife 1903 Mrs Parker gave Section 7583 Hundred of Munno Para to her daughter Mary Hocking Parker Application 24696

PARKER, George Edwin blacksmith Bowden on the Hill Co Adelaide. Hundred of Cotton land grant 1910 Grant Book 12 Page 124 County Chandos

PARKER, Hannah married woman Baldina 1922 Memorial 9/486

PARKER, Harold John Frederick assistant linesman Clare 1952 Application 28938

PARKER, Helena Ann wife of John PARKER brewery manager 11 East Grove, Cardiff, Co Glamorgan, Wales, power of attorney to Richard Neville COLLEY land agent Morialta Chambers, Victoria Square, Adelaide, to claim her rightful share to the SA estate left to her in the will of the Rev’d Thomas HARRIS Clerk in Holy Orders Monmouth, Co Monmouth, England, who died 16/8/1884 Deposit 219/1885

No 1

PARKER, Henry gentleman North Adelaide 1850 Memorial 467/21

No 2

PARKER, Henry farmer Para Plains 1853[-1854] Memorial 5/48

PARKER, Henry farmer Hampstead 1854[-1866] Memorial 285/62

PARKER, Henry gentleman [formery of Hampstead but now of] Temora NSW owned Sections 329 & 344 Survey B 1881 Memorial 98/335

PARKER, Henry farmer formerly of Hampstead 1854 but now of Temora NSW 1883 Application 19984

PARKER, Henry farmer Temora NSW owned land in SA 1881 Memorial 178/329

PARKER, Henry farmer Temora NSW but now on a visit to Adelaide 1883 Memorial 215/346

No 3

PARKER, Henry gentleman Goolwa, being about to go to the Northern Territory, power of attorney to George Witherage COTTON land agent Adelaide, to sell his land in Goolwa Extension and finalise his SA business affairs 12/4/1873 Deposit 142/1875

No 4

PARKER, Henry civil engineer Pt Adelaide 1877 Memorial 195/297

PARKER, Henry marine engineer Pt Adelaide 1877 Application 15798

PARKER, Henry engineer Murray Bridge 1879 Memorial 189/315

PARKER, Henry submarine engineer Adelaide 1879 Memorial 84/319

PARKER, Henry engineer Adelaide, about to depart from the province, power of attorney to David BOWER gentleman Woodville, to manage his SA estates, including power of sale 8/4/1880 Deposit 25/1885

No 1

PARKER, Henry George tailor Adelaide (next to the Imperial Hotel King William St) 1881 Memorial 104/335

PARKER, Henry George tailor Adelaide (No 78a between the SA Tobacco Co Ltd and the Imperial Hotel King William St) 1918 Memorial 104/476

No 1

PARKER, Henry Guesdon of Merriton 1885 Memorial 79/366

PARKER, Henry Guesdon farmer Mundoora. Hundred of Mundoora land grant 1886 Grant Book 14 Page 267 County Daly

PARKER, Henry Kelly farmer Virginia Co Adelaide. Hundred of Napperby land grant 1885 Grant Book 60 Page 391 County Victoria

No 1

PARKER, Henry Montague schoolmaster Tothill Creek 1863 Memorial 26/190

PARKER, Henry Montague storekeeper Steelton 1881[-1893] Memorials 215/330, 232/418

No 1

PARKER, Henry Thomas labourer East Auburn and Louisa Chillman Parker his wife 1857 Memorial 20/135

No 2

PARKER, Henry Thomas gardener Crafers Hundred of Redhill land grant 1879 Grant Book 14 Page 372 County Daly

PARKER, Henry Thomas farmer Mundoora trustee unnamed Chapel and School 1880 Grant Book 14 Page 376 County Daly

PARKER, Henry Thomas gardener Crafers Co Adelaide. Hundred of Redhill land grant 1881 Grant Book 14 Page 377 County Daly

PARKER, Henry Thomas farmer Pt Pirie linked with Thomas James Parker farmer Pt Broughton. Charles T Parker mentioned but not described 1893 Memorial 136/423

No 1

PARKER, Henry Walter barrister at law formerly of Gray's Inn, London, Middlesex, England but now of Adelaide 1874 Memorial 4/273

PARKER, Henry Walter barrister Mitcham, died 15/3/1874, of an abcess and diarrhoea, aged 65 Application 22391

PARKER, Hugh of Gawler 1850 Memorial 24/28

No 1

PARKER, James tailor Adelaide (Franklin St) 1868 Application 8875

No 2

PARKER, James labourer Gawler 1873 Memorial 150/267

PARKER, James labourer Gawler 1877 Application 16133

No 3

PARKER, James of Towitta Creek North Rhine 1890 Memorial 115/402

PARKER, Job labourer Johnburgh. Johnburgh (Hundred of Oladdie) township allotment land grant 1881 Grant Book 13 Page 337 County Dalhousie

No 1 - the Elder

PARKER, John the Elder shepherd O’Halloran Hill bought and sold land in Thebarton 1841[-1845] Memorial 188/5, Application 20942

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

PARKER, John farmer Chain of Ponds 1851 Memorial 175/108

PARKER, John the Elder farmer Chain of Ponds, died 19/4/1858, of dysentery, aged 65. His widow, Ann Clark Parker, died 30/12/1878, of old age, aged 84. Their sons were David Parker farmer Kersbrook, George Parker farmer Kersbrook, John Parker the Younger wheelwright Kersbrook who died c1864, and Joseph Parker sawyer Kersbrook Application 18140

PARKER, John died c1858. His wife, Ann Parker, and his four sons - John Parker, David Parker, George Parker and Joseph Parker - shared in the real estate Memorial 120/146

No 3 - perhaps John Parker of O'Halloran Hill

PARKER, John the Elder labourer Adelaide surrendered an interest in land at Hammersmith 1844 Memorial 338/24

No 4

PARKER, John labourer Adelaide took out a 3-year lease of land in Nailsworth 1844 Memorial 370/3

PARKER, John labourer Adelaide purchased Allotment 63 in Little Adelaide 1849 Memorial 270/15

PARKER, John of Pt Augusta listed as the occupier of Allotment 63 in Little Adelaide 1862 Application 3098

PARKER, John of Little Adelaide, died early 1870s. He left his entire estate to his wife, Mary Ann Parker, for life and then to his son, Joseph Parker lime burner Little Adelaide, absolutely in remainder expectant Memorials 169 & 170/279

PARKER, John labourer North Road Little Adelaide, died 23/11/1874 of heart disease and albuminuria, aged 67. He left his estate to his wife, Mary Ann Parker, for life, then to his son, Joseph Parker limeburner Little Adelaide absolutely in remainder expectant Application 16643

No 3

PARKER, John brickmaker Bowden 1850 Memorial 283/20

PARKER, John brickmaker Brompton [husband of Margaret nee LIVINGSTON] 1850 Memorial 133/24

PARKER, John formerly of Brompton but now of Melbourne Vic 1854 Memorial 443/63

No 5

PARKER, John farmer Skillogolee Creek 1865[-1870] Memorial 43/203

PARKER, John farmer formerly of Skillogolee Creek 1865 but now of near Auburn 1877 Application 16357

PARKER, John Bailiff of the Local Court Auburn, died 17/10/1880. Father of Washington and William Parker Application 18355

No 6

PARKER, John farmer Booyoolie [husband of Mary Ann nee CLARKE] 1896 Memorial 16/427

PARKER, John Matthew Thomas brewer Salisbury 1854[-1855] Memorial 335/66 He owned a brewery on pt lot 1 Salisbury, in partnership with Patrick Nelson WAUCHOPE brewer Salisbury. Equipment in the brewery included: 38 hogsheads, cellar skids, 8 half hogshead tubs working (or fermenting) tub, mash tub with false bottom and tap, cooler strainer and tap, copper tap and fixings 10 eighteen gallon casks, 6 thirty gallon casks Memorial 330/91

No 1

PARKER, Joseph chemist Kooringa 1857[-1861] Memorial 246/124

PARKER, Joseph chemist and druggist Gawler 1864[-1875] Memorial 17/200, Application 10429

PARKER, Joseph chemist formerly of Kooringa but now of Gawler 1865 Memorial 308/201

PARKER, Joseph chemist Adelaide 1878[-1894] Memorial 239/311

PARKER, Joseph chemist Adelaide (King William St) Hundred of Palmer land grant 1884 Grant Book 49 Page 175 County Newcastle

No 2

PARKER, Joseph limeburner Little Adelaide linked with Mary Ann Parker widow Little Adelaide 1875[-1877] Memorial 170/279

PARKER, Kathleen Merle and PARKER, Thelma Margaret spinsters 152 Burnside Rd, Burnside 1941 Application 28286

PARKER, Levi schoolmaster Mintaro 1858 Memorial 241/132

PARKER, Matthew Thomas gentleman Salisbury 1860 Memorial 262/161

PARKER, Richard Frank farmer Long Plains 1953 Memorial 97/528

No 1

PARKER, Robert spirit merchant Adelaide (Hindley St) 1845 Memorial 272/5

PARKER, Robert innkeeper Commercial Inn Pt Adelaide 1846 Memorial 105/6 Wine merchant Adelaide (Hindley St) 1847[-1850] Memorial 201/8

PARKER, Robert merchant Adelaide 1853 Memorial 81/49

No 2

PARKER, Robert wheelwright Mintaro 1857[-1858] Memorial 341/130

No 3

PARKER, Robert farmer Milang 1859 Memorial 90/155

No 4

PARKER, Robert the Younger gentleman North Adelaide, died c1877. Adopted son of Robert Parker the Elder of 2 Cobden Villas, Dagnell Park, South Norwood, Surrey, England, solicitor of the High Court of England. Robert Parker the Younger also known as Robert SAUNDERS. Husband of Jane Parker Memorial 178/306 & Deposit 67/1878

No 1

PARKER, Samuel yeoman Goodwood 1850 Memorial 429/22

PARKER, Samuel yeoman Goodwood Road 1851 Memorial 154/38

PARKER, Sidney Fred farmer Butler Tanks 1951 Memorial 20/526

No 1

PARKER, Thomas yeoman Adelaide 1841. He died 15/4/1842. His widow, Charlotte Parker, had remarried to Charles GUESDON farmer Hammersmith by 1848 Application 15182

No 2

PARKER, Thomas architect and treasurer Primitive Methodist Church Pt Adelaide 1884 Application 20350

No 3

PARKER, Thomas engine driver Bassett Town 1887 Memorial 108/388

PARKER, Thomas engine driver Gawler South 1897 Application 23354

PARKER, Thomas formerly engine driver Bassett Town but now gentleman Gawler South 1907 Application 25354

No 4

PARKER, Thomas farmer Pt Broughton trustee a Chapel prob at Pt Broughton 1892 Grant Book 14 Page 215 County Daly

No 1

PARKER, Thomas Henry butcher Pt Adelaide 1853[-1874] Memorial 65/60, Application 1662

PARKER, Thomas Henry purveyor Pt Adelaide 1877 Memorial 20/306

PARKER, Thomas butcher Pt Adelaide 1885 Application 20557

PARKER, Thomas Henry butcher formerly of North Parade, Pt Adelaide but then of Carlisle St, Glanville 1899, said that he had come to live in the Pt Adelaide area on 27/7/1848. He remembered that Edward Gascoigne COLLINSON shipping agent took over pt lot 5, on the corner of Nile and Nelson Sts, in 1853. He erectred a broad paling fence around the boundary. In the 1860s, the firms of Jones and Edmunds, followed by Jones, Parry & Co chaff merchants, operated there as tenants of EG COLLINSON. In 1900, John H HOWELL & Co chaff merchants Pt Adelaide, occupied the site Application 23933

PARKER, Thomas John Pepper butcher Glanville 1884 Application 20060

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

PARKER, TP farmer near Freeling 1865 Memorial 321/200

PARKER, Thomas Philip farmer Morn Hill Hundred of Light 1876 Memorial 108/290

PARKER, Thomas Philip farmer Willaston 1883 Memorial 37/351

PARKER, Thomas Philip farmer near Gawler 1902 Application 24385

PARKER, Thomas Philip farmer formerly of Morn Hill near Templers but now of Gawler 1904 Memorial 156/451

PARKER, Thomas Philip farmer Morn Hill near Templers Morn Hill Primitive Methodist Church trustee 1904 Application 24743

PARKER, Walter A no description had an interest in Dowling Ville pt Section 129 Hundred of Cunningham Yorke Peninsula 1881 Memorial 246/335

PARKER, Walter Nathaniel Parker grazier Kingston S-E and Sarah Jane Petrel Parker his wife 1938 Application 28131

.No 1

PARKER, Washington farmer Leasingham 1895 Application 23040

PARKER, Washington farmer Leasingham 1903 Memorial 206/448

PARKER, Washington farmer formerly of Leasingham but then of Eaton Farm near Saddleworth, died 5/3/1909. He also owned the Craigforda Estate (included pt Section 493 Hundred of Upper Wakefield site of a former Bible Christian Chapel) on Skillogolee Creek near Leasingham. Husband of Mary Anne Janet Parker, who died 20/3/1918. Father of George Washington Parker, William Ewart James Parker (died 30/5/1923 before reaching the age of 21), William Norman Parker, Colin Maxwell Parker, and Dorothy Janet Parker (all the children except one reached adulthood). Brother of William Parker engineer formerly of 319 Kent St, Sydney but now of Lockerbie Mosman Bay NSW. Son George Washington Parker died 29/6/1924. He left a widow, Amy Evelyn Parker, and a son, Washington George Parker, who became a grazier at Watervale by 1954 Memorial 181/489 & RPA Search 1022

No 1

PARKER, William carpenter Bowden 1854 Memorial 43/64

PARKER, William carpenter Thebarton 1854 Memorial 50/79

PARKER, William carpenter Beulah Rd, Norwood 1856 Memorial 397/96

PARKER, William [formerly carpenter Norwood but now] storekeeper O'Halloran Hill 1858[-1860] Memorial 147/135

PARKER, Eliza widow O'Halloran Hill 1861[-1886] Memorial 296/178

PARKER, Eliza widow O'Halloran Hill relict of the late William Parker storekeeper O'Halloran Hill 1865 Application 5966

PARKER, William Alfred John Jules baker Gover St, North Adelaide 1921 Memorial 24/482

No 1 – likely to be the same person

PARKER, William Charles baker Collinswood Co Adelaide. Lameroo (Hundred of Bews) township allotment land grant 1905 Grant Book 12 Page 32 County Chandos

PARKER, William Charles farmer Peake. Hundred of Peake land grant 1911 Grant Book 6 Page 54 County Buccleuch

PARKER, WHR bank clerk Kapunda 1878 Memorial 249/311

PARKER, William Edward teamster Quorn 1881 Memorial 122/336

No 1

PARKER, William Jackson farmer Lake Alexandrina 1854[-1863] Memorial 48/74

PARKER, William Jackson farmer Memalang near Lake Alexandrina 1859 Memorial 154/151

No 1

PARKER, William Thomas blacksmith Graham township near Kooringa 1878[-1880] Memorial 3/310

PARKER, William Thomas blacksmith Aberdeen 1881 Memorial 238/339

No 2

PARKER, William Thomas farmer Hoyleton 1889 Memorial 9/397

PARKES, Charles gentleman Adelaide 1878 Memorial 157/306

PARKES, Edward sawyer Gawler 1890 Application 21923

No 1

PARKES, George storekeeper Adelaide (King William St) 1880 Memorial 46/327

PARKES, George storekeeper Adelaide (King William St) about to travel to England and return 1883, died c1886. Husband of Ann Parkes and father of Alfred Parkes fitter Gawler [Other children in the family but these not named] Memorial 103/384

PARKES, George storekeeper Adelaide (King William St), died c1886. By 1896, his widow, Ann Parkes, had moved to Gawler Memorial 30/428

PARKES, George storekeeper Adelaide (King William St), died 1886, left his estate to his wife, Ann Parkes, with the proviso that if they were lost at sea together, or died almost together, the estate would go to their son, Alfred Parkes, in trust for all their children. Ann Parkes had moved to Queen St, Gawler by 1896. She died there in 1903, giving her estate in trust to her son, Alfred Parkes wireworker Wagin WA and Job MORRIS wheelwright Wagin WA, to sell to carry out the instructions contained in the will Application 24914

PARKES, Thomas Charles confectioner Adelaide (Hindley St) 1877[-1878] Memorial 237/299

PARKHOUSE, Devon medical practitioner Woodville 1929 Memorial 163/501

PARKHOUSE, Thomas Anstey pressman Adelaide Pt Germein township allotment land grant 1879 Grant Book 24 Page 682 County Frome

PARKIN, Albert John farmer Maitland 1884 Memorial 157/361

No 1 - probably the same person

PARKIN, Arthur J clerk Dawson 1892 Memorial 202/412

PARKIN, Arthur John gentleman Glenelg 1893 Memorial 239/419

PARKIN, Charles farmer Edgerston Mt Gambier 1879[-1880] Memorial 243/318

PARKIN, Ellen widow formerly of Plympton but now of Glenelg 1899[-1909] Memorial 39/437

PARKIN, Henry Montagu licensed teacher Steelton 1867[-1876] Memorial 235/225

No 1

PARKIN, John draper Mt Barker 1860[-1865] Memorial 94/167

PARKIN, John gentleman Mt Barker 1864 Application 5845

No 2

PARKIN, John of Higher Mitcham 1866 Memorial 39/224

No 1

PARKIN, John William draper Adelaide 1876 Application 15421

PARKIN, John William draper Adelaide (Rundle St) 1877[-1881] Memorial 180/297

No 1

PARKIN, William Esquire Adelaide 1842 Memorial 156/89

PARKIN, William Esquire Adelaide and Sarah Mary Parkin his wife 1849 Memorial 6/15

PARKIN, William MLC of Plympton 1868 Memorial 46/228

PARKIN, William Chairman Kadina and Wallaroo Railway and Pier Co Ltd 1878 Memorial 107/306

No 2

PARKIN, William gentleman Norwood 1860 Application 1643

PARKIN, William Charles gentleman Glenelg 1899[-1901] Memorial 148/439

PARKINS, George Tasker of Corny Point, Yorke Peninsula 1888 Memorial 197/393

PARKINSON, Arthur William analytical chemist Pt Pirie, died 21/12/1911 Grant Book 11 Page 20 County Carnarvon

PARKINSON, Charles farmer Waterloo Bay 1883 Memorial 180/354

PARKINSON, Charles J farmer Elliston trustee Institute Elliston Elliston (Hundred of Ward) township allotment land grant 1884 Grant Book 48 Page 44 County Musgrave

PARKINSON, George bootmaker Goolwa 1867 Application 8076

No 1

PARKINSON, Henry shoemaker Brompton 1850 Memorial 490/65

PARKINSON, Henry shoemaker Willunga 1853[-1854] Memorial 423/80

PARKINSON, Henry shoemaker formerly of Brompton but now of Willunga 1855 Memorial 153/81

No 2

PARKINSON, Henry Methodist minister Redhill 1893 Memorial 232/418

PARKINSON, Henry formerly Methodist minister Redhill but now newsagent Pt Augusta 1917 Memorial 186/475

PARKINSON, Henry James farmer Inman Valley 1865 Memorial 29/205

No 1

PARKINSON, James chemist and druggist Adelaide (Rundle St) took over the business of Charles James CARLETON chemist and druggist Adelaide 1853 Memorial 457/47

PARKINSON, James chemist formerly of Adelaide but now residing in London, Middlesex, England 1868[-1877] Memorial 85/232

PARKINSON, John farmer Gawler Co Gawler. Hundred of Koolunga land grant 1878 Grant Book 55 Page 186 County Stanley

No 1

PARKINSON, John Taylor medical practitioner Crystal Brook 1886[-1888] Memorial 236/375

PARKINSON, John Taylor medical practitioner Crystal Brook, died 29/1/1891. Husband of Margaret Parkinson. Estate worth £4,500 Memorial 194/447

PARKINSON, John Taylor of Walkerville died not stated. His widow, Margaret Parkinson, lived at Rosslyn Benton, Co Northumberland, England by 1937 Memorial 66/511

PARKINSON, Margaret widow Crystal Brook relict of the late John Taylor Parkinson formerly medical practitioner Crystal Brook now deceased 1894 Memorial 108/422

No 1 - likely to be the same person

PARKINSON, Patrick clerk Adelaide (Rundle St) 1849[-1851] Memorials 44/17 & 67/39

PARKINSON, Patrick gentleman Adelaide 1859[-1863] Memorial 195/149

PARKINSON, Thomas James farmer Gladstone Hundred of Booleroo land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 621 County Frome

PARKINSON, Thomas James farmer Hundred of Coglin 1885 Memorial 30/368

No 1

PARKINSON, William carrier Gawler 1857[-1858] Memorial 291/116

PARKINSON, William [formerly carrier Gawler but now] farmer Hamilton on the Light 1877 Memorial 119/298

No 2

PARKINSON, William the Younger farmer Marrabel on the Dirty Light Co Light. Hundred of Yangya land grant 1877 Grant Book 60 Page 92 County Victoria

PARKINSON, William James farmer Yangya. Hundred of Narridy land grant 1881 Grant Book 60 Page 259 County Victoria

No 1

PARKS, Charles baker Adelaide (Hindley St) 1866[-1868] Memorial 54/217

PARKS, Charles confectioner Stepney 1875 Memorial 81/281

PARKS, Charles baker and grocer Stepney, became a bankrupt in May 1875 Memorial 65/285

PARKS, Charles baker Magill 1877 Memorial 161/296

PARKS, Charles confectioner Magill 1878 Memorial 247/307

PARKS, Charles baker East Adelaide Co Adelaide. Mobilong (later Murray Bridge Hundred of Mobilong) township allotment land grant 1884 Grant Book 58 Page 218 County Sturt

No 2

PARKS, Charles baker Kooringa 1907[-1933] Memorial 92/457

PARKS, Francis Claude railway employe 440 Cross Roads, Clarence Park 1948 Memorial 93/522

No 1

PARKS, George storekeeper's assistant Kooringa. Kooringa Primitive Methodist Chapel trustee 1886 Memorial 5/383

PARKS, George baker Kooringa 1894 Memorial 169/422

PARKS, George storekeeper and Thomas Parks gentleman both of Kooringa 1896 Memorial 122/428

No 1

PARKS, Thomas storekeeper Kooringa 1862[-1884] Memorial 374/186

PARKS, Thomas retired storekeeper Kooringa, died 28/12/1904. Executors; Charles Parkes baker Kooringa and Alfred BENNETTS storekeeper Kooringa Memorial 26/460

PARKS, Thomas Charles pastry cook Adelaide (Rundle St) 1896[-1903] Memorial 185/429

PARKYN, Henry Montague gentleman Tothill Creek 1857 Memorial 102/126

PARKYN, John cabinetmaker Glenelg 1884 Memorial 10/359

PARKYN, Richard blacksmith Angaston 1861 Memorial 237/176

No 1

PARKYN, William wheelwright Angas District [Angas Special Survey] He bought Pt TA 534 in Adelaide 1848 Memorial 259/11

PARKYN, William wheelwright Angaston 1852 Memorial 323/154

PARKYN, William wheelwright formerly of Adelaide but now of Angaston 1853 Memorial 16/60

PARLETTA, Antonio cement worker 32 Fife St, North Walkerville and Antonietta Parletta his wife 1961, aged 38 and 34 respectively Application 29421

No 1

PARLOR, Benjamin Birkett of Bullaparinga 1854 Memorial 226/78

PARLOR, Benjamin Birkett farmer Rapid Bay 1857 Memorial 70/127

PARLOR, Benjamin Birkett of Bullaparinga Rapid Bay 1860 Memorial 160/164

PARMENTER, John and William farmers Lyndoch Valley 1854 Memorial 370/63

No 1

PARMINTER, Nicholas Snow out of business Conara Thornber St, Unley Park and Sarah Ann Parminter his wife 1908 Memorial 124/460

PARMINTER, Sarah Ann wife of Nicholas Snow Parminter out of business Conara Thornber St, Unley Park, about to leave the state to live for an extended period, power of attorney to William GERRARD stockowner Rapid Bay and William John VANDENBERGH barrister 31-32 The Exchange, Pirie St, Adelaide, to represent her in connection with her annuity from the estate of William GERRARD stockowner Mt Rapid Farm, Rapid Bay, and associated business matters 6/2/1908 Deposit 3/1909

No 1

PARNELL, Edmund butcher Kadina. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1865[-1880] Grant Book 14 Page 50 County Daly

PARNELL, Edward butcher Kadina trustee Public Cemetery Kadina 1867 Grant Book 14 Page 73 County Daly

PARNELL, Edmund butcher Kadina. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1872[-1889] Grant Book 14 Page 75 County Daly

PARNELL, Edmund butcher Kadina Co Daly. Ardrossan township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 19 Page 449 County Fergusson

PARNELL, Edmund butcher Kadina 1881 Memorial 98/337

PARNELL, Edmund the Elder butcher Kadina, died 1887. Father of Edmund Parnell the Younger no description. Wife and other children mentioned but not named. Executors; Son-in-law Joseph TURNER storekeeper Snowtown, and Robert John NOBES accountant Kadina Memorial 48/409

PARNELL, Edmund Davies poultry farmer Milang 1944 Memorial 71/518

No 1

PARNELL, Edward of Nairne 1879 Memorial 186/327

PARNELL, Edward Venning labourer Nairne 1880 Application 18335

PARNELL, Edward Venning gardener Nairne 1888 Application 21352

No 1

PARNELL, George builder North Adelaide 1850 Memorial 20/24

No 2

PARNELL, George wheelwright Macclesfield 1852 Memorial 343/42

No 1

PARNELL, Robert Edwin shoemaker Adelaide 1843 Memorial 209/3 Shoemaker Cowandilla 1847 Memorial 106/8

PARNELL, Robert Edwin shoemaker formerly of Adelaide 1841 but now of Cowandilla 1847 Application 15983

PARNELL, Robert Edwin shoemaker Adelaide. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1850 Grant Book 1 Page 20 County Adelaide

PARNELL, Robert Edwin shoemaker Adelaide. He bought land in Milang township in 1856 1853[-1856] Memorials 287/47 & 141/98

PARNELL, Robert Edwin shoemaker Milang Hundred of Alexandrina land grant 1857[-1871] Grant Book 36 Page 11 County Hindmarsh

PARNELL, Robert Edwin bootmaker Milang 1876 Memorial 143/290

PARNELL, Robert Edwin of Milang, died 20/9/1876. Father of Alfred Parnell, Edwin Parnell and Albert Parnell farmers Lillimuir Vic by 1882 Memorial 83/346

PARNELL, RP JP machinist Orroroo 1917 Memorial 189/475

No 1

PARNELL, Samuel fellmonger Gawler 1856[-1880] Memorial 390/95, Application 3335

PARNELL, Samuel butcher Gawler 1860 Memorial 333/166

PARNELL, Samuel farmer Gawler 1862 Memorial 151/182

PARNELL, Samuel fellmonger Gawler, about to leave for parts beyond the sea, power of attorney to Charles Henry ANNELLS accountant Gawler, to manage his SA business affairs (mortgage properties mostly) 13/11/1882 Deposit 53/1890

PARNELL, Samuel fellmonger formerly of Gawler but then of 20 Arden St, North Melbourne Vic, died 16/9/1891. Father of Grace Ann SCOWN of the same address relict of the late Charles Scown formerly accountant North Melbourne now deceased. Estate worth £20 Memorial 146/411

PARNELL, Samuel died 16/9/1891. Father of Grace Ann Parnell who married Charles SCOWN. He died, and Grace Scown remarried to Charles Edward HARDY of Gawler on 17/11/1896 at Adelaide. Mr and Mrs Hardy still lived in Gawler in 1898 Memorial 19/435

PARNELL, Seth Whitfield Gower blacksmith Orroroo. Hundred of Walloway land grant 1923 Grant Book 13 Page 231 County Dalhousie

PARNELL, Sidney T bank manager Laura 1895 Memorial 209/424

PARNELL, William publican Adelaide (Buck's Head North Tce) 1863 Memorial 204/188

No 1

PARR, Alfred licensed victualler Narridy. Trustee Cemetery Hundred of Narridy Hundred of Narridy land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 252 County Victoria

PARR, Alfred farmer Narridy 1880 Memorial 144/325

PARR, Alfred out of business Adelaide 1890 Memorial 158/411

PARR, Alfred hotelkeeper Adelaide (Langham Hotel Gouger St) 1898[-1900] He assigned his underlease to Thomas Patrick LEE hotelkeeper Adelaide 1900 Memorials 221/435 & 249/440

PARR, Edith Emilie Marjorie married woman Campbelltown 1910 Application 25882

No 1

PARR, Edward Augustus bricklayer Hindmarsh 1857 Memorial 131/115

PARR, Edward Augustus bricklayer formerly of Hindmarsh but now of Croydon 1868 Memorial 162/230

PARR, Edward Augustus absent from SA during 1892 Memorial 228/411

PARR, Edwin gentleman Adelaide 1855[-1866] Memorial 500/85

No 1

PARR, Horton H of North Adelaide 1882 Memorial 235/338

PARR, Horton Hamilton gentleman Adelaide 1907[-1913] Memorial 170/457

PARR, Horton Hamilton clerk Campbelltown. Husband of Edith Emily Marjorie Parr 1913[-1920] Memorial 10/470

PARR, Horton Hamilton gentleman Adelaide 1926 Application 27452.

PARR, HS secretary to the Walkerville Co-operative Brewing Co Ltd 1924 Memorial 4/490

No 1

PARR, James Hamilton gentleman Balhannah 1850 Memorial 89/22

PARR, James Hamilton lemonade manufacturer Adelaide (Flinders St) 1853 Memorial 314/56

PARR, James Hamilton Esquire Adelaide 1860 Memorial 33/169

PARR, James Hamilton linked with William George LUXMOORE both auctioneers Adelaide 1864 Memorial 34/197

PARR, James Hamilton auctioneer Adelaide. Husband of Elizabeth Ann Parr 1876[- 1878] Memorial 105/310

No 1

PARR, John labourer Unley 1852[-1853] Memorial 376/42 Hundred of Munno Para land grant 1852 Memorial 469/56

PARR, John farmer Gawler Plains 1860 Application 1152

PARR, John farmer Gawler Plains near Gawler 1866 Memorial 114/215

No 2

PARR, John licensed victualler Crafers 1880 Memorial 106/322

No 3

PARR, John clerk to Arthur HARDY solicitor Adelaide 1857 Memorial 323/119

PARR, John clerk to Messrs HARDY & COOPER solicitors Adelaide 1866 Memorial 34/210

PARR, JW clerk to Arthur HARDY solicitor Adelaide 1857 Memorial 78/122

PARR, John William blacksmith Mintaro and Lilly Caroline Parr his wife 1934 Memorial 16/508

No 1 - probably the same person

PARR, Robert farmer Glenelg 1855 Memorial 20/87

PARR, Robert farmer Apoinga 1856[-1871] Memorial 143/110

PARR, Robert farmer Apoinga 1871 Application 11183

PARRETT, Thomas wheelwright Langhorne Creek 1872 Memorial 74/259

PARRINGTON, Charles farmer Yorke Peninsula Hundred of Melville land grant 1874 Grant Book 19 Page 66 County Fergusson

No 1

PARRINGTON, Charles William overseer Yorke Peninsula 1861 Memorial 130/171

PARRINGTON, Charles William trapper Yorke Peninsula 1861 Memorial 89/176

No 1

PARROTT, Charles of Kapunda 1858 Memorial 252/141

PARROTT, Charles of North Kapunda 1859 Memorial 46/156

No 1

PARRY, Henry labourer Hope Valley 1920 Memorial 47/481

PARRY, Henry labourer Hope Valley 1939 Application 28196

No 2

PARRY, Henry clay merchant 35 Coorara Ave, South Payneham 1942 Application 28331

No 1

PARRY, Isaac gardener Campbelltown 1879 Memorial 181/315

PARRY, Isaac market gardener East Marden 1879 Memorial 134/316

No 1

PARRY, John labourer Portland Estate 1864 Application 5401

No 2

PARRY, John labourer Blyth and Elizabeth Glanville Parry his wife formerly EG HALL spinster daughter of the late James Hall formerly blacksmith Houghton but now deceased 1887 Memorial 175/386

PARRY, John labourer Blyth and Elizabeth Glanville Parry his wife of 1889 Application 21679

PARRY, Joseph ship steward formerly of Adelaide but now of Sydney NSW 1845 Memorial 31/5

PARRY, Joseph Noah grocer Adelaide (Pirie St) 1879 Memorial 101/320

PARRY, LR JP contractor Milang 1935 Memorial 164/508

PARRY, Oscar Evan Louis died 29/12/1956. His widow, Grace Ellen Betty Parry of 5 Wigley St, Largs Bay, died 13/9/1958 Memorial 185/533

PARRY, Thomas butcher Dale St, Pt Adelaide 1891 Application 22148

No 1

PARRY, William mechanic Pt Adelaide 1854 Memorial 330/77

PARRY, William labourer Queenstown 1876 Memorial 236/287

PARRY, William plasterer Queenstown 1878 Application 16929

PARRY, William Arthur Ridgway livery stable keeper Mt Gambier 1914 Application 26351

No 1

PARRY, William Thomas of Queenstown 1853 Memorial 283/50

PARRY, William Thomas the Elder bricklayer married Anna Maria nee TREVETT on 13/7/1834 Paddington parish church Middlesex, England. The Parrys emigrated to SA. William Thomas Parry bricklayer Queenstown, died 18/1/1861 intestate, of paralysis, aged 49. His widow, Anna Mary Parry, died 14/10/1883 intestate, of chronic peritonitis, aged 76. William Parry the Younger plasterer Queenstown, born 31/3/1837 16 Cail St, St Marylebone, Middlesex, England, inherited their estates as heir at law. The William Parry the Elders had 6 children - Eliza FRICKER widow Qweenstown, William Parry the Younger Queenstown, a child who died in infancy, Mary Parry who died a spinster, Thomas Parry builder Glen Osmond, and Emma Jane Parry spinster Queenstown 1898 Application 23590

No 1

PARSELL, George labourer Adelaide 1838[-1839] Application 26064

PARSELL, George labourer Brownhill Creek decided not to purchase land in Woodforde [Did he move to Prospect instead?] 1845 Memorial 22/5

No 1

PARSELL, William baker Hindmarsh purchased land in the Mechanics' Village 1839 Application 19029

PARSELL, Susannah widow of William Parsell sold his allotments in the Mechanics' Village 1842 Application 19029

PARSELL, Susannah widow Adelaide sold land in Prospect [possibly mother of George Parsell] 1846 Memorial 365/7

PARSFIELD, Samuel labourer Edwardstown 1859[-1864] Memorial 138/148

No 1

PARSLOW, Abraham labourer Unley 1842. Farmer Brighton 1853 Application 24463

PARSLOW, Abraham labourer Unley 1843 Memorial 21/57

PARSLOW, Abraham farmer The Sturt, near Adelaide 1850 Memorial 472/20 Formerly of Unley but now farmer Brighton 1853[-1857] Memorial 136/57

PARSLOW, Abraham farmer Marion, died 18/3/1861. His unnamed wife died 14/12/1892. Their son, John Parslow farmer Marion by 1893, was born 21/11/1842 and lived on the homestead section until 18/3/1883. Mrs Abraham Parslow had a life interest in the homestead, which then went to her son, William Parslow labourer Marion by 1893, absolutely in remainder expectant. John Parslow gave this information. Neither he nor his brother, William Parslow, could write Application 22499

PARSLOW, Abraham died 18/3/1861. His widow, Johanna Parslow, lived at Marion in 1883. Executors: Henry Shearing bricklayer Marion and William Henry SHEPHARD sheep farmer Darlington Memorial 68/416

PARSLOW, Abraham farmer Marion, died c1861. All his estate in trust for his wife, Johanna, to use until her death. Mrs A Parslow, Henry SHEARING brickmaker Marion, and William FABIAN district clerk Edwardstown, the trustees. Section 79 Survey B to his son, William Parslow, in trust for life, then William’s wife, Mary, for life, then to their children if any absolutely in remainder expectant, otherwise to Abraham Parslow’s son, John; if he were dead, then to John’s wife, if any, in trust for life, then to Abraham Parslow’s son, Thomas Richard Parslow absolutely in remainder expectant. Further land to be sold immediately after his wife, Johanna’s death, and the proceeds shared equally absolutely in remainder expectant amongst his children, Jemima Parslow, Kezia HANNINGTON, Vierenhappuch Parslow, Thomas Richard Parslow, Mary Jane Parslow, and Abraham James Parslow. Section 141 Survey B to be kept in trust until the two youngst children reach adulthood ie Mary Jane Parslow, and Abraham James Parslow. That land then to be sold and the proceeds divided absolutely in remainder expectant amongst such of the children who are still alive. Abraham Parslow could not write Enrolment 32/42

PARSLOW, Johanna widow of the late Abraham Parslow farmer The Sturt, died 14/12/1892, of natural decay, aged 85 Application 22701

PARSLOW, John carter Marion on the Sturt, died 29/6/1898. Husband of Sarah Parslow. Executor; Henry SHEPHARD labourer Mt Gambier Memorial 212/435

PARSONS, AA student at law Adelaide 1897 Memorial 2/431

PARSONS, Arthur Eli of Stephenson in the Hundred of Palmer 1887 Memorial 98/389

No 1

PARSONS, Charles farmer Hampstead 1871 Memorial 212/250

No 2 – perhaps the same person

PARSONS, Charles farmer Curramulka trustee Wesleyan Methodist Church Curramulka township allotment land grant 1879 Grant Book 19 Page 368 County Fergusson

PARSONS, Charles farmer Curramulka trustee Wesleyan Methodist Church Curramulka township allotment land grant 1879 Grant Book 19 Page 368 County Fergusson

PARSONS, Charles and Sarah Jane Parsons his wife linked with Section 86 Hundred of Ramsay Co Fergusson 1897 Memorial 132/430

No 3

PARSONS, Charles saddler Stephenson and Elizabeth Parsons his wife Stephenson (Hundred of Palmer) township allotment land grant 1879 Grant Book 49 Page 96 County Newcastle

PARSONS, Charles linked with Section 59 Hundred of Palmer Co Newcastle 1881 Memorial 92/333

No 1

PARSONS, Charles Edmund farmer formerly of Adelaide but now of Balaklava 1875 Memorial 178/283

PARSONS, Charles Edmund farmer Balaklava 1879 Memorial 47/317

PARSONS, Charles Edmund farmer Balaklava Hundred of Dalkey land grant 1880[-1883] Grant Book 26 Page 224 County Gawler

PARSONS, CE farmer Kangarilla 1906 Memorial 147/455

No 1

PARSONS, Charles Henry licensed victualler's assistant Glanville 1892 Application 22256

PARSONS, Charles Henry barman Glanville 1894 Memorial 32/420

PARSONS, Charles Henry of Exeter 1899 Memorial 121/438

PARSONS, Charles Henry licensed victualler Lord Exmouth Hotel Exeter 1903 Memorial 241/447

PARSONS, Daniel of Alberton 1879 Memorial 71/313

No 1

PARSONS, Edmund assistant storekeeper Adelaide 1838 Enrolment 18/6

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

PARSONS, Edmund out of business Westbourne Park near Malvern, died 13/5/1892. Estate worth £300. Father of Alfred William Parsons labourer Westbourne Park and grandfather of William MCGOWAN butcher Malvern . George McGowan mentioned but not described Memorial 196/413

No 1

PARSONS, ET butcher Nairne 1851[-1853] Memorial 61/30

PARSONS, Edwin Thurborne formerly butcher but now auctioneer Nairne 1858 Memorial 268/132

PARSONS, Edwin Thurborne labourer Nairne 1861 Memorial 40/176

PARSONS, ES?? storekeeper Nairne 1867 Memorial 128/218

 

PARSONS, Emily Ann married woman Paradise 1920 Application 26881

PARSONS, Francis of Oladdie linked with Sydney Alfred Parsons farmer Oladdie 1887 Memorial 121/386

PARSONS, Frederick Charles clerk Adelaide, employee in the Adelaide Branch of the National Bank of Australasia Ltd 1895 Application 22965

No 1

PARSONS, George labourer Pt Adelaide 1849 Memorial 351/17

PARSONS, George farmer Gawler Plains 1853 Memorial 488/58

No 2

PARSONS, George yeoman Queenstown 1853 Memorial 18/48

PARSONS, George Esquire formerly of Queenstown but now of Sydney NSW 1877 Memorial 140/301

PARSONS, George Henry gardener Marion on the Sturt 1909 Memorial 122/461

PARSONS, Harold Stephen musician Prospect 1933 Memorial 107/506

PARSONS, Harry Meschach farmer Inman Valley and PARSONS, Arthur Frederick formerly farmer Hindmarsh Valley now out-of-business Victor Harbor 1951 Application 28800

No 1

PARSONS, Henry labourer Alberton 1849 Memorial 479/18

PARSONS, Henry labourer Pt Adelaide 1856 Memorial 303/103

PARSONS, Henry farmer Pt Adelaide 1856 Memorial 82/95

PARSONS, Henry farmer Pt Adelaide 1856 probably related to George Parsons farmer Peachey Belt 1865 Application 6064

PARSONS, Henry labourer Alberton, about to leave SA, power of attorney to his brother, George Parsons farmer Peachey Belt near Pt Gawler, to manage his SA business affairs 1856 Application 19742

No 2

PARSONS, Henry brewer Hindmarsh 1865 Application 6324

PARSONS, Henry brewer Hindmarsh 1866 Memorial 53/214

PARSONS, Henry brewer Hindmarsh, died 7/3/1872 intestate. His wife, Eliza Parsons, applied for letters of administration to settle the estate Memorial 240/269

PARSONS, Eliza widow Hindmarsh relict of the late Henry Parsons formerly brewer Hindmarsh but now deceased 1873[-1874] Memorial 240/269

PARSONS, HA student at law Adelaide 1895 Memorial 29/425

No 1

PARSONS, Henry John Donne farmer Adelaide 1881 Memorial 116/330

PARSONS, Henry John Donne farmer Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of Ridley land grant 1884[-1885] Grant Book 58 Page 153 County Sturt

PARSONS, Henry John Donne farmer [formerly of Adelaide but now of] Mannum 1885 Memorial 80/368

PARSONS, Henry John Donne of SA, power of attorney to Edward Jonathan

GLYDE, of Eagle Chambers, King William St, Adelaide, to manage his SA

business affairs 12/3/1886 Deposit 85/1890

No 1

PARSONS, Herbert Angas solicitor Adelaide 1898 Memorial 201/436

PARSONS, Herbert Angas barrister at law Keverel Adelaide 1912 Memorial 244/466

PARSONS, James gentleman Hampstead 1866 Memorial 183/209

PARSONS, Jane of Lindsay House [Lindsay Park] near Angaston 1876 Memorial 114/317

No 1

PARSONS, John licensed victualler Alberton 1848[-1856] Memorial 213/12 Innkeeper Coromandel Inn Alberton 1853 Memorial 182/48

PARSONS, John publican Pt Adelaide 1854[-1877] Memorial 400/71

PARSONS, John publican Alberton 1858[-1866] Memorial 63/144

PARSONS, John licensed victualler Princes Hotel, Pt Adelaide 1865 Memorial 74/201

PARSONS, John licensed victualler Alberton 1878 Application 16961

PARSONS, John licensed victualler Alberton and Mary Ann Parsons his wife 1856. John Parsons died 16/4/1883. His wife had died 3/2/1870. His family by 1883 included: Mary Ann MUSSON, William Flann Parsons, John Parsons, Margaret OLIVER, Daniel Parsons, Grace BEASLEY, Esther Isabella PURCHES and Jane Susannah BEASLEY Memorials 119, 120 & 121/350

No 2 – perhaps the same person

PARSONS, John gentleman Pt Adelaide Parham township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 26 Page 363 County Gawler

PARSONS, John farmer Mallala Grace Plains Hundred of Dublin land grant 1880 Grant Book 26 Page 345 County Gawler

No 3

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

No 1

PARSONS, John Flann licensed victualler Pt Adelaide. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1852 Grant Book 1 Page 22 County Adelaide

PARSONS, John Flann publican Alberton 1852[-1861] Memorial 84/43

No 1

PARSONS, John Langdon minister of the gospel Angaston and Rosetta Angas Parsons his wife 1884 Memorial 138/358

PARSONS, John Langdon Government Resident in the Northern Territory, about to leave Adelaide for the NT, power of attorney to Ebenezer FINLAYSON agent Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 19/4/1884 Deposit 79/1886

PARSONS, John Langdon of Adelaide government resident Northern Territory of SA 1885 Memorial 165/372

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

PARSONS, John William farmer Mt Barker 1858 Memorial 165/136

PARSONS, John William land agent with Parsons & Minns, about to leave the province for a time, power of attorney with his son, Stephen Parsons of Adelaide, to manage his business affairs in connection with the partnership and also privately 19/6/1880 Deposit 137/1880

PARSONS, John William formerly storekeeper Nairne but now agent Adelaide 1881 Application 18641

PARSONS, John William agent formerly of Nairne but now Adelaide 1885. He stated that he had lived in Nairne from 1851 when he arrived in SA, and left in 1879. For part of that period, he had served as Clerk of the Nairne DC. Application 20414

PARSONS, John William land agent Adelaide, became a bankrupt in 1884 Memorial 80/367

PARSONS, John William gentleman Prospect 1895 Application 22902

PARSONS, JW the Younger storekeeper Mt Torrens 1902 Memorial 225/446

No 1

PARSONS, Joseph farmer Hampstead 1856 Memorial 56/109

No 2

PARSONS, Joseph farmer Curramulka 1897. His wife, Emma Parsons formerly RAKE, died 17/5/1893 intestate. Estate worth £75. Charles and George Parsons farmers Curramulka belonged to this family Memorials 42 & 65/435

PARSONS, Joseph JP farmer Curramulka 1901 Memorial 1743/442

No 3

PARSONS, Joseph farmer near Pt Vincent 1900 Memorial 23/440

PARSONS, Margaret spinster Pt Adelaide 1865 Memorial 322/206

PARSONS, Martha telegraph station mistress Nairne Co Sturt. Broughton [later Redhill] township allotment land grant 1871 Grant Book 14 Page 494 County Daly

PARSONS, Samuel Thomas farmer Rhynie Co Gawler. Hundred of Booleroo land grant 1882 Grant Book 24 Page 624 County Frome

No 1 – perhaps the same person

PARSONS, Sidney farmer Nairne Co Sturt. Hundred of Koolunga land grant 1876 Grant Book 55 Page 182 County Stanley

PARSONS, Sidney labourer Nairne 1896 Memorial 1/430

No 1

PARSONS, Stephen auctioneer and land agent Nairne 1885 Application 20414

PARSONS, Stephen agent Nairne 1885 Memorial 77/366

PARSONS, Stephen surveyor Adelaide 1905 Memorial 77/487

PARSONS, Stephen, PARSONS, William Norman and PARSONS, Frank Elliott carrying on business as Parsons & Parsons King William St, Adelaide 1917 Application 26601

PARSONS, Stephen surveyor Victoria Ave, Unley Park and Mary Parsons his wife 1933 Memorial 81/506

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

PARSONS, Sydney Alfred the Elder linked with Francis Parsons both of Oladdie. Thomas Herbert Parsons of Oladdie also involved with this family 1887 Memorials 121 & 122/386

PARSONS, SA storekeeper Quorn 1895 Memorial 169/423

No 1

PARSONS, Thomas farmer Inman Valley Hundred of Encounter Bay land grant 1876[-1898] Grant Book 36 Page 87 County Hindmarsh

PARSONS, Thomas of Inman Valley 1892[1902] Memorial 183/413

No 2

PARSONS, Thomas of Darlington 1877 Application 16082

PARSONS, Thomas labourer Darlington on the Sturt 1909 Memorial 122/461

No 1

PARSONS, Timothy farmer Munno Para 1853 Memorial 149/51

PARSONS, Timothy farmer Little Para 1853 Memorial 29/58

PARSONS, Timothy died c1859 intestate. Father of Mary Smith wife of William Smith Memorial 350/161

No 1

PARSONS, William blacksmith Adelaide 1837 Application 4295.

PARSONS, William gentleman Adelaide 1841 Enrolment 100/10

PARSONS, William formerly of Adelaide but now of the Pine Forest. Husband of Mary Parsons 1842 Application 8778

PARSONS, William farmer Section 331 District B near Adelaide, and Mary Parsons, his wife 1842[-1843] Memorial 293/1

PARSONS, William blacksmith formerly of Adelaide, but now of the Pine Forest, and Mary Parsons his wife 1842 Memorial 222/2

PARSONS, William blacksmith Hampstead and Mary Parsons his wife 1845 Memorial 295/5

PARSONS, William yeoman Adelaide and Mary Parsons his wife 1845 Memorial 214/5

PARSONS, William blacksmith Adelaide and Mary Parsons his wife 1846 Memorial 20/6

No 2

PARSONS, William labourer Drop Drop Mt Gambier 1867 Memorial 209/224

PARSONS, William farmer Drop Drop near Mt Gambier 1868 Memorial 14/229

No 3

PARSONS, William farmer Naracoorte Hundred of Naracoorte land grant 1875 Grant Book 50 Page 106 County Robe

No 4

PARSONS, William painter Glen Osmond Rd, Parkside, died 24/3/1902. Father of George Parsons painter Adelaide (East Tce) husband of Emma Parsons, Alice Kate FUNNELL, Mary Jane BAKER, and Sarah Ellen OCHORNAL. Grandfather of Elizabeth Bessie HARRIS Memorial 238/445

PARSONS, William Arthur licensed victualler Lord Exmouth Hotel, Exeter, died 28/12/1902 intestate and a bachelor. Brother to Charles Henry Parsons licensed victualler Exeter Memorials 236 & 241/447

PARSONS, William Flann licensed victualler Alberton 1876 Application 15320

PARSONS, William James labourer Milang and Sheila Nella Parsons his wife 1951 Memorial 170/526

PARSONS, William Norman agent Adelaide 1926 Application 27497

PARTINGTON, Harry undertaker Forest St, Glandore 1936 Application 28005

PARTINGTON, Oliver William farmer Ungarra and Annie Ada Partington his wife 1947 Memorial 114/521

PARTON, Edward sheepfarmer Malvern Co Adelaide. Hundred of Roby land grant 1911 Grant Book 6 Page 23 County Buccleuch

PARTRIDGE, George gentleman Adelaide 1849 Memorial 378/16

PARTRIDGE, Henry farmer Wisanger Kangaroo Island. Hundred of Menzies land grant 1885 Grant Book 11 Page 60 County Carnarvon

PARTRIDGE, James gentleman Goodwood Park 1861[-1863] Memorial 247/175

No 1

PARTRIDGE, James Roper farmer Malvern near Clarendon 1884 Memorial 134/360

PARTRIDGE, James Roper farmer O'Halloran Hill Co Adelaide. Hundred of Menzies land grant 1904 Grant Book 11 Page 61 County Carnarvon

PARTRIDGE, John railway guard Kapunda 1865[-1867] Memorial 161/203

PARTRIDGE, John William gentleman Lower Light 1866 Memorial 90/211

No 1

PARTRIDGE, Josiah solicitor Adelaide, and Mary Partridge, his wife 1840 Memorial 154/1

PARTRIDGE, Josiah solicitor Adelaide (Grenfell St) 1840 Memorial 29/214

PARTRIDGE, Josiah gentleman Section 204 near Glenelg 1850 Memorial 451/26

PARTRIDGE, Josiah gentleman Adelaide 1853 Memorial 440/48

PARTRIDGE, Josiah gentleman Clarendon 1861 Application 2543.

PARTRIDGE, Josiah formerly gentleman Adelaide 1854 now Esquire Clarendon 1865 Application 6328

PARTRIDGE, Josiah gentleman Malvern near Clarendon 1875 Memorial 114/284

PARTRIDGE, Josiah gentleman formerly of Adelaide 1851 but now of Malvern, O'Halloran Hill 1877 Application 16110

PARTRIDGE, Josiah Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now of Malvern near Clarendon 1889 Memorial 194/400

PARTRIDGE, Josiah Stroud woolscourer Saltia 1883 Memorial 201/349

No 1 - possibly the same person

PARTRIDGE, M storekeeper North Rhine 1870 Memorial 132/248

PARTRIDGE, M storekeeper Keyneton 1887 Memorial 145/383

PARTRIDGE, Matthew storekeeper Saddleworth 1917 Memorial 88/475

PARTRIDGE, Matthew storekeeper Saddleworth 1919 Application 26741

PARTRIDGE, Eleanor Delacourt (born 24/2/1894) and PARTRIDGE, Elspeth Myra spinsters Saddleworth 1955, daughters of the late Matthew and Caroline Partridge Application 29094

No 1

PARTRIDGE, Reuben farmer Spring Dale Farm near Angaston 1853 He rented from Benjamin Da Costa of London, a flour mill erected on 4 acres of Section 348 Survey B near Adelaide for 14 years at £30 for the first seven years and then rising to £50 a year for the remainder Memorial 116/52

PARTRIDGE, Reuben miller Great North Road 1853 Memorial 425/54

PARTRIDGE, Reuben miller Wind Mill North Road 1856 Memorial 235/98

No 1

PASCHKE, Johann Friedrich Wilhelm farmer Hahndorf 1858 Grant Book 17 Page 11a County Eyre

PASCHKE, Johann Friedrich Wilhelm farmer near Towitta 1886 Grant Book 17 Page 234 County Eyre

PASCO, John dealer Redruth 1876 Memorial 241/287

PASCO, Thomas carrier Black Springs 1864[-1865] Memorial 229/192

PASCOE, Albert storekeeper Kersbrook 1896 Memorial 178/429

PASCOE, Alfred Horace labourer Yongala.Hundred of Yongala land grant 1913 Grant Book 13 Page 213 County Dalhousie

No 1 – perhaps the same person

PASCOE, Benjamin gardener North Adelaide 1855 Memorial 100/88

PASCOE, Benjamin brewer Yankalilla Rosetown (Hundred of Lacepede) township allotment land grant 1877 Grant Book 29 Page 217 County MacDonnell

No 1

PASCOE, Elizabeth of Goodwood East 1888 Memorial 23/392

No 2

PASCOE, Elizabeth widow Hundred of Tickera 1889 Memorial 1/398

PASCOE, Frances Ann spinster Clare Hundred of Terowie land grant 1880 Grant Book 40 Page 13 County Kimberley

No 1

PASCOE, Francis miner Kooringa 1851[-1859]. Wesleyan Methodist. Memorial 154/31

No 2

PASCOE, Francis farmer Terowie Hundred of Terowie land grant 1879 Grant Book 40 Page 8 County Kimberley

PASCOE, Francis farmer Clare Hundred of Terowie land grant 1882 Grant Book 40 Page 17 County Kimberley

PASCOE, George miner Kooringa 1857 Memorial 263/123

PASCOE, Henry farmer Watervale 1855 Memorial 118/80

No 1

PASCOE, Herbert Charles grazier Kapunda 1952 Memorial 96/529

PASCOE, Herbert Charles farmer and stock dealer Kapunda 1958, declared he had been doing this work for some 30 years Application 29302

No 1

PASCOE, James farmer New Tiers 1854 Memorial 459/73

PASCOE, James farmer New Tiers 1860 Application 1448

No 2 - perhaps the same person

PASCOE, James of Victoria township near Kapunda 1858 Memorial 76/143

PASCOE, James farmer Allen Creek near Kapunda 1864 Memorial 235/198

No 3

PASCOE, James miner Black Springs 1860[-1874] Memorial 27/162

No 1

PASCOE, James Bray miner Glen Osmond 1849 Memorial 491/21 Mining captain Glen Osmond 1850 Memorial 478/19 Mine agent Glen Osmond mid 1850 Memorial 491/22

PASCOE, James Bray mine agent Adelaide 1850 Hundred of Macclesfield land grant Memorial 223/152

PASCOE, James Bray agent Glen Osmond 1852 Memorial 198/44

PASCOE, James Bray mining captain and agent of the Glen Osmond Union Mining Co 1853[-1854] Memorial 478/54

PASCOE, James Bray mining agent Adelaide 1854 Memorial 240/72 Hundred of Bremer land grant 1854 Memorial 356/74

PASCOE, James Bray miner Adelaide, power of attorney to Richard Bowen COLLEY land agent Adelaide and William MOULDEN farmer Lower Mitcham, to manage his SA business affairs 18/10/1854 Deposit 190/1856

PASCOE, James Bray miner formerly of Glen Osmond and Adelaide 1857 Memorial 34/123

PASCOE, James Bray mining agent Hindmarsh 1867 Memorial 18/222

PASCOE, James Bray mining captain Hindmarsh linked with William James Rogers Pascoe clerk Hindmarsh and John Pascoe miner Tungkillo Mine 1867 Memorial 176/222

No 1

PASCOE, James Henry farmer Ross Creek Hundred of Kapunda land grant 1858 Grant Book 44 Page 134 County Light

PASCOE, James Henry teamster Allen Creek Hundred of Kapunda land grant 1859 Grant Book 44 Page 134 County Light

PASCOE, James Henry farmer Kapunda 1877 Application 15757

No 1: NB Nos 1-4 likely to be closely linked; likely partly mixture of the Elder and the Younger.

PASCOE, John miner Reedy Creek 20/8/1850 bought a share in a land grant of 68 acre Section 1560 Allen Creek Co Light, with two fellow miners Enrolment 87/13

PASCOE, John and Richard miners Reedy Creek 1852 They bought crown land at Allen Creek Memorial 303/45

PASCOE, John miner Reedy Creek 1854[-1866] Memorial 101/75

PASCOE, John farmer Reedy Creek Mines 1860 Memorial 273/163

PASCOE, John miner Allen Creek 1853[-1862] Enrolment14/43

PASCOE, John farmer Allendale 1864 Memorial 81/199

PASCOE, John formerly farmer Allendale but now storekeeper Adelaide. Allendale Bible Christian Chapel (pt Section 1564 Hundred of Kapunda ) trustee 1889 Application 21691

No 2

PASCOE, John farmer Kapunda 1862[-1864] Memorial 315/193

PASCOE, John [formerly farmer Kapunda but now] butcher Blinman 1874 Memorial 27/272

No 3

PASCOE, John teamster Mt Allen 1877 Memorial 221/298

No 4

PASCOE, John miner Kapunda 1858[-1894] Memorial 171/145

No 5

PASCOE, John of Kooringa 1853 Memorial 17/50

PASCOE, John farmer Kooringa 1863 Memorial 52/190

PASCOE, John miner Copperhouse 1860 Memorial 110/162

PASCOE, John miner Copperhouse near Redruth and Annie Pascoe his wife 1866[-1878] Memorial 212/217

No 6

PASCOE, John butcher Blinman. Blinman North (Hundred of Carr) township allotment land grant 1868 Grant Book 66 Page 165a County Taunton

No 7

PASCOE, John labourer Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of Lacepede land grant 1878 Grant Book 46 Page 6 County MacDonnell

PASCOE, John labourer Adelaide Millicent North (Hundred of Mt Muirhead) township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 31 Page 306 County Grey

PASCOE, John Bray gentleman Adelaide 1860[-1862] Memorial 27/166

No 1

PASCOE, John Francis market gardener Grove Hill near Adelaide 1861 Memorial 268/181

No 2 - likely to be a continuation of No 1

PASCOE, John Francis fruiterer Adelaide (Rundle St) 1888 Memorial 50/394

PASCOE, John Francis fruiterer Adelaide 1890[-1895] Memorial 70/405, Application 22547

PASCOE, Joseph labourer Kooringa 1898 Memorial 213/436

No 1 - perhaps the same person; perhaps a mixture of the Elder and the Younger

PASCOE, Joseph W of Broken Hill NSW 1892 Memorial 98/414

PASCOE, Joseph Willey the Younger of William St, Broken Hill NSW 1898 Memorial 213/436

No 1

PASCOE, Nicholas miner Reedy Creek 20/8/1850 bought a share in a land grant of 68 acre Section 1560 Co Light, with two fellow miners Enrolment 87/13

PASCOE, John and Nicholas miners Allen Creek near Kapunda 1853 Memorial 158/60

PASCOE, Nicholas miner Kapunda 1854 Memorial 382/66

No 1

PASCOE, Paul Roach farmer White Hut near Clare 1919 Memorial 10/479

PASCOE, Paul Roach farmer White Hut 1919 White Hut Methodist Church trustee Application 26817

PASCOE, Richard Delbridge hairdresser Kooringa 1928 Application 27690

No 1

PASCOE, Thomas miner Kooringa 1849 Memorial 362/62

PASCOE, Thomas farmer Clare 1855 Enrolment 39/41

PASCOE, Thomas farmer Clare 1860 Memorial 208/170

PASCOE, Thomas formerly miner Kooringa 1854 but now farmer near Clare 1867 Application 8801

PASCOE, Thomas farmer White Hut near Clare 1872[-1896] Memorial 63/262

PASCOE, Thomas the Elder farmer Clare 1890 Memorial 62/406

PASCOE, Thomas gentleman Clare, died 1/3/1918. Executors included Thomas Pascoe farmer Joslin, Paul Roach Pasoe farmer near Clare and Frances Ann Pascoe spinster Clare 1918 Application 26669

PASCOE, Thomas the Elder gentleman Clare, died 1/3/1918. Husband of Fanny Pascoe. Father of Thomas Pascoe the Younger farmer Joslin, Paul Roach Pascoe farmer near Clare; Frances Ann Pascoe spinster Clare; Francis Pascoe, Mary Roach STEPHENS wife of Horace Steele Stephens sheepfarmer Dudley Rd, Marryatville; Elizabeth Willey PEARCE wife of Alfred James Pearce farmer Stanley Flat near Clare; Sarah Jane Pascoe, Joseph John Pascoe; Ethelwyn Maud FLOWER wife of Joseph Flower farmer Canowie Belt; and Sydney Harcourt Pascoe Memorial 1/477

No 2

PASCOE, Thomas farmer Black Springs near Kooringa Co Burra. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1880 Grant Book 13 Page 194 County Dalhousie

PASCOE, Thomas farmer Yongala 1891 Memorial 244/410

PASCOE, Thomas of Yongala and Mary Jane Pascoe his wife 1897 Memorial 142/432

No 3

PASCOE, Thomas farmer Terowie Hundred of Terowie land grant 1882 Grant Book 40 Page 17 County Kimberley

PASCOE, Thomas farmer White Hut Hundred of Terowie land grant 1884 Grant Book 40 Page 19 County Kimberley

PASCOE, Thomas farmer Terowie 1896 Memorial 62/428

No 1

PASCOE, William of William St, Moonta 1874 Memorial 27/277

PASCOE, Elizabeth Mary married woman Moonta, died c1869. She left half of her entire estate to her husband, William Pascoe. The other half of the estate to go into trust for the testator's daughter, Emily Pascoe, to inherit absolutely once she turned 21 Memorial 141/240

No 2

PASCOE, William mason Kapunda 1880 Memorial 54/321

PASCOE, William mason Kapunda, died 5/10/1899. He left his estate, worth £160, to his daughter, Jane Pascoe spinster Kapunda Application 26439

PASCOE, Jane spinster formerly of Kapunda but now of Bowden 1909 daughter of the late William Pascoe mason Kapunda who died 5/10/1899 Memorial 78/461

No 3

PASCOE, William farmer Hundred of Coomooroo 1881 Memorial 63/332

No 4

PASCOE, William labourer Aldinga 1882 Book 13 Page 262 County Dalhousie

PASCOE, William Martin John miner Reedy Creek 1852. Enrolment/

No 1 - likely to be the same person

PASFIELD, Thomas labourer Adelaide 1853 Memorial 32/54

PASFIELD, Thomas labourer Edwardstown, died c1885 intestate. Letters of administration to his widow, Mary Ann Pasfield, to settle the estate Memorial 98/364

PASFIELD, Mary Ann widow Edwardstown 1885 Application 20470

PASHLER, George bootmaker Adelaide (Gouger St) 1850 Memorial 168/27

No 1

PASLEY, James gentleman formerly of London, England, but now of Adelaide 1844 Application 19361

PASLEY, James Esquire late of 12 Tredgar Square Mill End Road, London, but now of Adelaide. He owned Section 183 in the Three Brothers Special Survey 1844 Memorials 332 &333/3

PASLEY, James captain in HM Navy formerly of Adelaide but now of 12 Tredgar Square Mill End Road, London, Middlesex, England. John GREGORY (eastern half) and William WEIR (western half) of Adelaide leased the land J Pasley owned in SA 1845 Memorials 332 &333/3 & Deposit 219/1882

PASLEY, Providence of independent means Malacca died 29/7/1864, of erysipelas and a complication of diseases, aged 66/10/-. She died in the home of her son-in-law, a Mr QUINTON/QUENTON, later of Cheltenham where? 1882 She also had a daughter-in-law, Mrs Janet Pasley, living in Penang 1882 Application 19362

No 1

PASLEY, James Duncan sugar planter Penang; probably a son of James Pasley and trustee for his estate 1861 Memorial 323/177 & Deposit 219/1882

PASLEY, James Duncan planter Province Wellesley, Penang, power of attorney to William Camp CRANE merchant Adelaide, to manage his real estate at Brighton and elsewhere in SA 20/5/1861. JD Pasley died 9/2/1871 Penang intestate. Letters of administration to his wife, Jane Pasley, to settle the estate. Estate worth $1,000 Deposits 143/1886, 219/1882

PASLEY, James Duncan sugar planter Province Wellesley Penang 1875 Memorial 261/204

PASLEY, James Duncan sugar planter Penang, died 9/2/1871 intestate. Letters of administration to his widow, Janet Pasley, to settle the estate Memorial 190/343

No 1

PASLEY, Walter gentleman Adelaide 1853[-1855] Memorial 455/60

PASLEY, Walter farmer Light River 1855 Five year lease of the Nonmus Inn Light River at £125 a year Memorial 266/81

PASLEY, Walter farmer near Hamilton on the Light 1860 Memorial 178/164

PASLEY, Walter farmer Tothill Creek 1861 Memorial 92/173

PASMORE, John coachman Walkerville 1852 Memorial 221/41

No 1

PASSFIELD, Daniel Jeffrey and John Passfield farmers Macclesfield 1906 Memorial 71/455

PASSFIELD, Daniel Jeffrey farmer Macclesfield 1935 Application 27975

No 1

PASSFIELD, Harriet widow near Macclesfield 1878[-1885] Memorial 206/310

PASSFIELD, Harriett widow near Macclesfield 1882, stated that her first husband, George Henry EDWARDS, had died in March 1856. She had remarried to Charles Passfield labourer Macclesfield, who died 29/11/1875 apparently somewhere near Gawler, of an injury from the kick of a horse, aged 56 Application 19385

PASSFIELD, John farmer near Macclesfield 1896[-1905] Memorial 203/429

No 1

PASSMORE, Frank dairyman formerly of Richmond (sometimes described as Twickenham or as Penrhyn) but now of Keswick 1922 Memorial 51/486

PASSMORE, Frank out of business Torrensville 1925 Application 27326

PASSMORE, John yeoman Walkerville 1853 Memorial 293/48

No 1

PASSOW, Ernst Joachim labourer Wirrabara 1887 Memorial 35/388

PASSOW, Ernst Joachim labourer Wirrabara Hundred of Appila land grant 1893 Grant Book 24 Page 513 County Frome

PASSOW, Friedrich gardener Wirrabara Hundred of Appila land grant 1897 Grant Book 24 Page 514 County Frome

PATCHELL, ME of Glenelg 1907 Memorial 231/457

PATCHING, Stanley Richards labourer Penrice near Angaston 1911 Application 26005

No 1 - perhaps the same person

PATCHING, William butcher Penrice 1878 Memorial 4/308

PATCHING, William gardener Angaston 1940 Application 28271

PATE, Vaughan LeFevre manufacturer Cleland Ave, Unley 1934[-1935] Memorial 114/508, Application 27970

PATEFULL, Edward clerk Magill 1955, Clerk of the District Council of Campbelltown Application 29125

PATEFULL, Richard William cabinetmaker Magill 1860 Application 1847

No 1

PATEN, William Henry gentleman Magill 1856[-1861] Memorial 327/98

PATEN, William Henry shoemaker Magill 1857 Norwood Primitive Methodist Chapel trustee Memorial 179/120

PATEN, William Henry farmer formerly of Magill but now of Enniggera Creek Qld 1866 Memorial 156/209

No 1 - probably the same person

PATER, Thomas Kennedy Esquire Adelaide 1880 Memorial 108/325

PATER, Thomas Kennedy solicitor Adelaide 1881 Application 18561

PATER, Thomas Kennedy barrister-at-law Adelaide 1883 Memorial 124/350

No 1 - probably mixture of the Elder and the Younger

PATERNOSTER, Edmond John the Younger fitter Salisbury 1899[-1913] Memorial 231/438

PATERNOSTER, Edmond John farmer near Salisbury 1905 Memorial 202/452

PATERNOSTER, Edmund John the Younger formerly fitter later farmer Salisbury 1905. It appears he had become a fitter again by 1913 Application 28124

PATERNOSTER, Henry George windmill manufacturer Salisbury 1900 Memorial 121/440

PATERSON, Alec Stewart electrical engineer Adelaide 1935 Memorial 90/509

No 1

PATERSON, Alexander Stewart surgeon Adelaide about to marry Kate MAYO spinster Adelaide daughter of George Mayo surgeon RCS Adelaide 1868 Memorial 65/230

PATERSON, Alex S MD Edinburgh resident medical officer Adelaide Lunatic Asylum 1871 Memorial 167/259

PATERSON, Alex S Colonial Surgeon Adelaide 1880 Memorial 209/321

PATERSON, Alexander Stewart surgeon Adelaide and Kate Paterson his wife 1899[-1903] Memorial 125/439

PATERSON, Kate widow Adelaide 1906 Memorial 21/456

PATERSON, Allan Henry farmer Hundred of Ninnes. Hundred of Ninnes land grant 1911 Grant Book 14 Page 300 County Daly

No 1 – perhaps the same person

PATERSON, Andrew gentleman Adelaide (Grape St) 1853 Memorial 48/60

PATERSON, Andrew farmer Farrell Flat Co Stanley. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1878 Grant Book 13 Page 191 County Dalhousie

No 1 – the Elder

PATERSON, Archibald dairyman North Adelaide 1853 Hundred of Upper Wakefield land purchase Memorial 18/54

PATERSON, Archibald dairyman Peachey Belt 1855 Memorial 417/91

PATERSON, Archibald dairyman formerly of North Adelaide but now of Emu Flats 1858 Memorial 314/142

PATERSON, Archibald farmer Emu Flats 1863 Memorial 58/190

PATERSON, Archibald farmer Upper Wakefield 1868 Application 9001

PATERSON, Archibald the Elder farmer Hundred of Kadina, died c 1894. Executors: Alfred HODGE minister of the gospel Kadina and William Richard KENNETT draper Kadina Memorial 46/424

No 2 – possibly the Younger

PATERSON, Archibald labourer Kadina Co Daly. Hundred of Boucaut land grant 1880 Grant Book 55 Page 36 County Stanley

PATERSON, Archibald Hugh miner Newtown near Kadina, had died by 1906. Executrix – Eliza Jane Paterson widow Newtown Grant Book 15 Page 67 County Daly

No 1

PATERSON, Charles moulder Mt Barker 1924 Memorial 13/490

PATERSON, Charles moulder Mt Barker, died 13/6/1933 Wayville. Executors; Alfred William Paterson accountant Mt Barker, Harold Richard Thomas Paterson draper Balaklava and George GARFIELD draper Torrensville Memorial 96/507

PATERSON, Charles moulder Mt Barker, died 13/6/1935 Wayville. His £3,839 estate to be sold and the proceeds distributed equally absolutely amongst his children. Sons Alfred William Paterson accoutant Mt Barker, Harold Richard Thomas Paterson draper Balaklava and George Garfield Paterson draper Torrensville named in the will Application 27958

No 1

PATERSON, Charles Alexander farmer Lower Light 1893 Application 22487

PATERSON, Charles Alexander farmer Lower Light 1898[-1899] Memorial 26/434

PATERSON, Charles Alexander farmer Lower Light Co Gawler. Hundred of Ninnes land grant 1899 Grant Book 14 Page 296 County Daly

No 1

PATERSON, Charles Houlton Webb merchant Adelaide (94 Currie St) 1929 Application 27738

PATERSON, Charles Houlton Webb out of business Prospect 1936 Memorial 45/510

PATERSON, Charles Houlton Webb out of business Prospect 1937

No 1

PATERSON, David Edward farmer Collinsfield Hundred of Barunga land grant 1889 Grant Book 14 Page 477 County Daly

Application 28077

No 1

PATERSON, David Edward [carpenter] of Hyde Park linked with Robert Paterson of Smithfield 1896 Memorial 119/430

No 2

PATERSON, David Edward solicitor Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of Mundoora land grant 1900 Grant Book 14 Page 271 County Daly

No 3

PATERSON, Eric Stewart land agent Adelaide 1920. He owned pt Section 908 Survey B on Greenhill Rd, which had formerly belonged to the WYATT Benevolent Institution Inc Application 26882

PATERSON, Eric Stewart land agent Adelaide 1920[-1921] Memorial 141/479

No 1

PATERSON, James farmer Mt Barker District. He owned a number of allotments in Kensington 1845 Memorial 477/5

PATERSON, James [formerly farmer Mt Barker District but now] sheep farmer Flinders Ranges 1849 Memorial 368/19 Sheep farmer now of Mt Brown 1850 Memorial 473/26

PATERSON, James gentleman Mt Brown, because Mt Brown is a long way from Adelaide, power of attorney to Edward Nucella EMMETT auctioneer Adelaide, to manage his allotments in Kensington 23/2/1849 Deposit 184/OA

PATERSON, James sheep farmer Mt Brown 1854 Memorial 236/66

PATERSON (sometimes wrongly spelt PATTISON), James stockholder formerly of Kensington but now of Crystal Brook 1855 Memorial 428/94

PATERSON, James gentleman Willundunga Co Frome, died 1860. He left his entire estate to his three brothers - John, Robert and Andrew Paterson of Tullibody, Co Clackmannan, Scotland Memorial 309/168

No 2

PATERSON, James of Pt Augusta Hundred of Davenport land grant 1859 Grant Book 24 Page 668 County Frome

No 3

PATERSON, James farmer Custon. Hundred of Tatiara land grant 1890 Grant Book 7 Page 17 County Buckingham

PATERSON, James Nathaniel farmer Glenelg 1844 Memorial 9/4

PATERSON, Janet spinster Pt Elliot 1857 Memorial 15/121

No 1

PATERSON, John farmer Willunga 1849 Memorial 1/17

PATERSON, John farmer Willunga 1854 Memorial 22/63

No 2

PATERSON, John farmer Mt Barker 1850 Memorial 145/33

PATERSON, John the Younger of Wistow 1887 Memorial 50/384

PATERSON, John grazier Wistow 1907 Memorial 7/457

No 3 – perhaps a mixture of the Elder and the Younger

PATERSON, John farmer Strathalbyn 1853 Memorial 457/59

PATERSON, John farmer Linfern near Bordertown owned land in the Hundred of Bremer 1881[-1882] Memorial 164/336

PATERSON, John the Younger farmer Strathalbyn Co Hindmarsh. Hundred of Tatiara land grant 1883 Grant Book 7 Page 12 County Buckingham

No 4

PATERSON, John merchant Clare Co Stanley. Georgetown (Hundred of Bundaleer) township allotment land grant 1871 Grant Book 60 Page 77 County Victoria

PATERSON, John butcher Georgetown. Hundred of Bundaleer land grant 1872 Grant Book 60 Page 64 County Victoria

PATERSON, John butcher Georgetown. Georgetown (Hundred of Bundaleer) township allotment land grant 1873 Grant Book 60 Page 75 County Victoria

PATERSON, John auctioneer Georgetown Co Victoria. Yacka (Hundred of Yackamoorundie) township allotment land grant 1873 Grant Book 56 Page 109 County Stanley

PATERSON, John auctioneer Georgetown. Yarcowie (Hundred of Whyte) township allotment land grant 1874 Grant Book 60 Page 463 County Victoria

PATERSON, John auctioneer Georgetown. Trustee unnamed School Hundred of Bundaleer Hundred of Bundaleer land grant 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 71 County Victoria

PATERSON, John storekeeper Yacka. Trustee Institute Yacka Yacka (Hundred of Yackamoorundie) township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 56 Page 110 County Stanley

PATERSON, John storekeeper Yacka 1876[-1877] Memorial 94/294

PATERSON, John storekeeper Yacka. Yacka (Hundred of Yackamoorundie) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 56 Page 107 County Stanley

No 5

PATERSON, John farmer Clinton Centre 1886 Memorial 163/377

PATERSON, John farm manager Clinton. Hundred of Clinton land grant 1896 Grant Book 14 Page 138 County Daly

No 6 - perhaps the same person

PATERSON, John farmer Pt Broughton. Trustee Cemetery Pt Broughton 1887 Grant Book 14 Page 267 County Daly

PATERSON, John farmer Pt Broughton. Trustee Institute Pt Broughton 1887 Grant Book 14 Page 491 County Daly

PATERSON, John of Pt Broughton Hundred of Mundoora Co Daly 1890 Memorial 195/401

PATERSON, John farmer Pt Broughton linked with Robert Paterson gentleman Smithfield 1892 Memorial 201/412

PATERSON, John James farmer Pt Broughton 1888[-1915] Grant Book 14 Page 268 County Daly

PATERSON, John Mills farmer Clinton. Hundred of Clinton land grant 1881 Grant Book 14 Page 133 County Daly

PATERSON, Joseph licensed victualler Mundoora Hotel Ten Mile Station Hundred of Mundoora linked with Robert Paterson Esquire Pt Broughton 1876 Memorial 204/293

PATERSON, Kate widow South Tce, Adelaide, one of the children of George MAYO surgeon Adelaide deceased 1914 Application 26307

No 1

PATERSON, Peter James storekeeper Kingston S-E 1867[-1880] Memorial 226/219

PATERSON, Peter James wholesale and retail storekeeper Kingston 1880 Application 18339

PATERSON, Peter James of Euston South-East 1883 Memorial 220/353

No 1

PATERSON, Philip farmer Hundred of Nuriootpa 1860[-1866] Memorial 237/169

PATERSON, Marion nee BAIRD wife of Philip Paterson farmer Nuriootpa, widow of William COULTHARD deceased. She married William Coulthard on 19/1/1842 United Presbyterian Church place unknown, by the Rev’d Ralph DRUMMOND. Eldest child John COULTHARD born 7/1/1842 Bull Creek (Are years correct??). William Coulthard died March 1858 intestate. John Coulthard inherited as heir at law Application 4980

No 2

PATERSON, Philip farmer Booleroo Centre Hundred of Booleroo land grant 1893 Grant Book 24 Page 630 County Frome

No 1

PATERSON, Robert farmer Brownhill Creek 1849 Memorial 175/57

PATERSON, Robert farmer Mitcham 1850 Memorial 279/27

PATERSON, Robert farmer Green Tree Hill Hundred of Munno Para near Gawler 1850[-1863] Memorials 280/27 & 230/193

PATERSON, Robert farmer Para Plains 1859 Memorial 89/157

PATERSON, Robert farmer Munno Para 1862 Memorial 192/183

PATERSON, Robert farmer Smith’s Creek Gawler Plains 1850[-1861] Memorial 80/27

PATERSON, Robert farmer Munno Para 1854[-1856] Hundred of Nuriootpa land grant Memorial 54/71

PATERSON, Robert farmer Smith Creek in the Gawler Hills 1854 Memorial 171/118 Linked with William Paterson farmer O'Halloran Hill 1854 Memorial 83/135

PATERSON, Robert farmer Gawler Hills 1855[-1857] Memorial 56/92

PATERSON, Robert yeoman Green Tree Hill 1855 Memorial 337/93

PATERSON, Robert gentleman Munno Para East Co Adelaide. Hundred of Blyth land grant 1865 Grant Book 56 Page 369 County Stanley

PATERSON, Robert farmer Green Tree Hill near Smithfield Munno Para 1866[-1876] Memorials 90 & 109/215

PATERSON, Robert gentleman Pt Broughton. Hundred of Mundoora land grant 1871 Grant Book 14 Page 263 County Daly

PATERSON, Robert farmer Redhill. Hundred of Barunga land grant 1874 Grant Book 14 Page 457 County Daly

PATERSON, Robert farmer near Smithfield Co Adelaide. Hundred of Redhill land grant 1876 Grant Book 14 Page 360 County Daly

PATERSON, Robert farmer formerly of Smith Creek 1853 but now of the Broughton 1876 Application 14906

PATERSON, Robert [formerly farmer Green Tree Hill but now] Esquire Pt Broughton 1876 Memorial 205/298

PATERSON, Robert gentleman Pt Broughton Co Daly. Hundred of Koolunga land grant 1878 Grant Book 55 Page 183 County Stanley

PATERSON, Robert farmer Pt Broughton 1882 Memorial 28/346

PATERSON, Robert farmer [formerly of Pt Broughton but now of] Green Tree Hill near Gawler 1882 Memorial 138/346

PATERSON, Robert gentleman Smithfield 1884[-1888] Memorial 215/360

PATERSON, Robert farmer Green Tree Hill at One Tree Hill Sources of the Little Para 1888[-1890] Memorial 46/394

PATERSON, Robert farmer Smith Creek 1889 Application 21595

PATERSON, Robert farmer Green Tree Hill near Smithfield 1893 Application 22501

PATERSON, Robert gentleman One Tree Hill near Smithfield 1893 Memorial 124/416

No 2

PATERSON, Robert the Younger farmer Collinsfield. Hundred of Barunga land grant 1877 Grant Book 14 Page 458 County Daly

No 3

PATTERSON, Robert bricklayer Parkside 1885 Memorial 37/372

No 4

PATTERSON, Robert storekeeper Adelaide and Janet Patterson his wife 1906 Memorial 149/454

No 5

PATERSON, Robert licensed carrier Adelaide 1917 Memorial 199/475

PATERSON, S of Cowarie Station near Lake Eyre 1881 Memorial 21/333

PATERSON, Thomas yeoman Nairne 1853[-1856] Memorial 350/60

No 1

PATERSON, Walter farmer Mt Barker 1841[-1849] Memorial 280/74

PATERSON, Walter farmer Mt Barker. Trustee land in Mt Barker ‘upon certain trusts for the Presbyterian Church … a cite [sic] for a Presbyterian church, school house and residence for a minister for said church’ 1851 Memorial 441/36

No 1

PATERSON, William shepherd Strathalbyn 1844 Memorial 162/348

PATERSON, William yeoman Strathalbyn 1849 Memorial 217/17

No 2

PATERSON, William stockholder Adelaide 1854 Memorial 219/65

PATERSON, WIlliam stockholder Murray River 1855[-1857] Memorial 110/89

PATERSON, William gentleman Coromandel Valley 1859 Memorial 231/155

PATERSON, William gentleman Coromandel Valley, became a bankrupt in 1861 Memorial 322/171

PATERSON, William gentleman Adelaide [and Coromandel Valley], became a bankrupt in 1861. His assets included portions of several TAs (some in Chichester Gardens) and Section 867 Survey B near Mitcham Memorial 221/170

No 3 - perhaps a continuation of No 2

PATERSON, William stockholder The Darling NSW 1857 Links with Gawler Memorial 115/125

PATERSON, William of Tappalan Murray River 1861 Memorial 136/172

PATERSON, WIlliam stockholder North-West Bend Murray River 1876 Memorial 112/287

PATERSON, William stockholder Topiltah Station 1881 Memorial 129/329

PATERSON, William farmer Cournamont trustee unnamed Cemetery Hundred of Ridley Hundred of Ridley land grant 1888 Grant Book 58 Page 154 County Sturt

No 4

PATERSON, William banker clerk Bank of SA Ltd Adelaide 1890 Memorial 195/403

No 1

PATERSON, William Darling of Gawler 1907 Memorial 208/457

PATERSON, William Darling merchant Gawler 1911[-1923] Memorial 88/465

No 1

PATERSON, William Henry Brown farmer Hundred of Barunga. Hundred of Barunga land grant 1879[-1880] Grant Book 14 Page 460 County Daly

PATERSON, William Henry Brown farmer Barunga 1880 Application 18341

PATERSON, William Henry Brown farmer Nurnoo Hundred of Ninnes Co Daly 1893 Application 22487

PATERSON, William Henry Brown farmer Willamulka. Hundred of Ninnes land grant 1904[-1907] Grant Book 14 Page 297 County Daly

No 1

PATERSON, WM of North-West Bend Station 1874 Memorial 216/276

PATERSON, William McGregor sheep farmer Mitcham 1884 Memorial 245/357

PATERSON, William McGregor gentleman Mitcham Co Adelaide. Tatiara (later Wolseley Hundred of Tatiara) township allotment land grant 1884 Grant Book 7 Page 86 County Buckingham

PATERSON, William McGregor sheep farmer Mildura Vic 1890 Memorial 66/402

PATERSON, William Torrance secretary to the National Building and Investment Society Inc 16-17 Currie St, Adelaide 1909 Application 25629

No 1

PATFULL, Edward of Magill clerk of the Campbelltown District Council 1901 Memorial 112/442

PATFULL, Edward of Magill Clerk of the District Council of Campbelltown 1907 Application 25324.

PATFULL, George grocer Norwood 1910 Application 25905

PATFULL, George Frederick commercial traveller 6 Edward St, Norwood 1941 Application 28305

No 1

PATFULL, Richard storekeeper Norwood 1871 Memorial 34/251

PATFULL, Richard grocer Norwood 1895 Application 22949

PATFULL, Richard William cabinetmaker Magill Road 1856[-1858] Memorial 106/115

PATISON, Henry farmer Hundred of Waterloo Hundred of Waterloo land grant 1858 Grant Book 44 Page 385 County Light

PATON, Alexander Paton Forrester gentleman Alloa, Co Clackmannan, Scotland, power of attorney to Nathaniel OLDHAM and george Edmund OLDHAM land agents Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 8/2/1883 Deposit 99/1883

PATON, James mechanic Tatiara. He leased BINNIS Scrub Hut 'on the overland route from Adelaide to Mt Alexander about 98 miles from Wellington [on the Murray]' for £10 a year for 21 years from 1855[-1856] Memorial 9/89

No 1

PATON, John farmer Glen Osmond 1850[-1856] Memorial 290/22

PATON, John market gardener Glen Osmond died c1877 intestate. Letters of administration to his wife, Jane Paton, to settle the £420 estate Memorial 32/300

PATON, Jane widow Glen Osmond 1877 Memorial 92/301

PATON, John Thomson manufacturer Alloa, Co Clackmannan, Scotland, power of attorney to Nathaniel OLDHAM land broker Adelaide and James DAWSON miller Gawler, to manage the £2,000 mortgage property (Sections 17, 21) in the Hundred of Napperby, Co Victoria 28/8/1880 Deposit 208/1880

PATRICK, Robert Walker clerk Kapunda 1896 Memorial 81/427

PATRICK, William accountant Kapunda 1889[-1897] Memorial 101/399

No 1

PATTEMORE, Abel butcher Portland Estate took a 7-year lease at £143 a year from Thomas Arthur STEWART publican Portland Estate of the Scotch Thistle Inn (Lots 269 & 270) in College St on the Portland Estate. Pattemore had to insure the inn for £400 and had to spend the whole of the insurance money on repairing what had been damaged 1875 Memorial 224/281

PATTEMORE, Abel licensed victualler Portland Estate 1877 Application 16343

PATTEN, Clemens labourer Whitwarta 1881 Memorial 196/333

PATTEN, Colin labourer formerly of Prospect but now of North Adelaide 1906. He had known the area for some 40 years Application 25134

PATTEN, Henry farmer Millicent Hundred of Mt Muirhead land grant 1899 Grant Book 31 Page 207 County Grey

No 1 - perhaps the same person

PATTEN, James of the Beehive near Adelaide 1879 Memorial 238/318

PATTEN, James farmer Hilton 1881 Application 18484

No 1 - probably the same person

PATTEN, John storekeeper Harrogate 1863 Memorial 343/192

PATTEN, John storekeeper Woodside, became a bankrupt in 1871 Memorial 108/270

PATTEN, John storekeeper Glen Osmond 1873[-1878] Memorial 219/268

No 2

PATTEN, John of Kermode St, North Adelaide and Ellen Mary Patten his wife 1872 Application 12105

No 1

PATTEN, Samuel flourmiller Mt Torrens 1856[-1857] Memorial 33/114

PATTEN, Samuel storekeeper Mt Torrens 1858 Memorial 292/147

PATTEN, Samuel [formerly storekeeper Mt Torrens but now] storekeeper Hamilton on the Light 1862[-1865] Memorial 286/183

PATTEN, Samuel storekeeper Hamilton 1866 Application 7590

PATTEN, Samuel formerly storekeeper Hamilton on the Light but now out of business Adelaide 1866 Memorial 201/16

PATTEN, Samuel formerly flour miller Mt Torrens 1856 but now gentleman Adelaide 1872 Application 12125

No 1

PATTERSON, Adam cordwainer Adelaide 1853 Memorial 272/53

PATTERSON, Adam shoemaker Adelaide (Logan St), died c1875. Husband of Ann Patterson Memorial 231/284

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

PATTERSON, Adam cordwainer Salt Creek Plain Co Light 1856 Memorial 235/101

PATTERSON, Adam shoemaker Sheaoak Log 1858 Memorial 44/145

No 1

PATTERSON, Alexander of Kensington 1844 Memorial 143/323

PATTERSON, Alexander licensed victualler Kensington. Father of William Henry Brown Patterson, aged 1 year old in 1844. John Marshall BROWN gentleman Adelaide probably a member of this family, probably by marriage Memorial 262/4

No 2

PATTERSON, Alexander farmer Mt Barker 1849 Memorial 433/18

PATTERSON, Alexander farmer Bugle Ranges 1864 Memorial 53/195

PATTERSON, Alexander farmer Woodcote Mt Barker Co Hindmarsh. Hundred of Monarto land grant 1868 Grant Book 58 Page 127 County Sturt

PATTERSON, Alexander farmer formerly of Light's Village [Thebarton] but now of Wistow 1873 Memorial 47/267

PATTERSON, Alexander labourer formerly of Light's Village [Thebarton] 1839 but now of Wistow 1873 Application 15690

PATTERSON, Alexander of Woodcote near Mt Barker, a bankrupt, died 8/12/1874 Memorial 136/282

No 3

PATTERSON, Alexander farmer the Black Forest 1852[-1853] Hundred of Munno Para land grant 1853 Memorial 16/46

PATTERSON, Alexander farmer Gawler River 1853 Memorial 274/57

PATTERSON, Alexander and David farmers Gawler Plains 1858 Memorial 215/135

No 4

PATTERSON, Alexander plumber Short St, Balmain NSW, died 4/8/1888 Sydney Hospital, of accidental injuries received (Inquest 6/8/1888 Coroner Henry SCHIELL), aged 33 years 10 months. He had been born in Edinburgh, Scotland, to his parents William PATTERSON printer and a Miss ARKLESS. 9 years in SA; 3.5 years in NSW. Married Mary Ann TAVERNER at Kent Town. Children: Charles R Patterson 8; Arkless Patterson 6; Arthur W Patterson 4 Application 24177

No 5

PATTERSON, Alexander farmer Monarto 1894 Memorial 126/420

No 6

PATTERSON, Alexander farmer Hundred of Morgan. Hundred of Morgan land grant 1898 Grant Book 13 Page 420 County Dalhousie

No 1

PATTERSON, Andrew farmer Enterprise 1874 Memorial 42/277

No 2 – perhaps a continuation of No 1

PATTERSON, Andrew farmer Condowie Hundred of Boucaut. Trustee unnamed Chapel Hundred of Boucaut Hundred of Boucaut land grant 1879 Grant Book 55 Page 34 County Stanley

PATTERSON, Andrew farmer near Clare Hundred of Boucaut land grant 1880 Grant Book 55 Page 36 County Stanley

PATTERSON, Andrew farmer Boucaut Hundred of Boucaut land grant 1882 Grant Book 55 Page 40 County Stanley

No 1

PATTERSON, Archibald bootmaker Blinman. Blinman (Hundred of Carr) township allotment land grant 1868 Grant Book 66 Page 163a County Taunton

No 2

PATTERSON, Archibald station manager Penola linked with Thomas Magary Patterson of the Hundred of Killanoola 1888 Memorial 103/396

PATTERSON, Archibald Hugh farmer Snowtown. Hundred of Barunga land grant 1885 Grant Book 14 Page 476 County Daly

No 1 - the Elder

PATTERSON, Charles [the Elder] yeoman Black Forest 1850[-1854] Memorial 363/27

PATTERSON, Charles road contractor Black Forest 1851 Memorial 321/38

PATTERSON, Charles contractor Black Forest 1852 Memorial 249/45

PATTERSON, Charles farmer Black Forest 1854 Memorial 357/65

PATTERSON, Charles farmer Munno Para 1854 Linked with John and David Patterson farmers Black Forest Memorial 278/68

PATTERSON, Charles road contractor formerly of the Black Forest but now of Munno Para 1856 Memorial 249/105

PATTERSON, Charles farmer Hundred of Munno Para West 1862 Memorial 187/181

PATTERSON, Charles farmer formerly of the Black Forest 1854 but now of Munno Para West 1866 [Unclear whether the above information refers to one or two people] Application 7191

No 2 - the Younger

PATTERSON, Charles the Younger farmer Munno Para 1854[-1862] Memorial 278/68

PATTERSON, Charles the Younger farmer Munno Para West 1862[-1864] Memorial 187/181

PATTERSON, Charles farmer Munno Para West Hundred of Grace land grant 1866 Grant Book 27 Page 42 County Gawler

PATTERSON, Charles farmer Angle Vale 1872 Application 11870

PATTERSON, Charles farmer Angle Vale Co Adelaide. Hundred of Redhill land grant 1877 Grant Book 14 Page 365 County Daly

PATTERSON, Charles the Younger farmer Angle Vale 1879[-1890] Memorial 86/314

PATTERSON, Charles farmer Penfield 1909 Memorial 245/463

PATTERSON, Charles farmer Penfield 1910 Application 25738

PATTERSON, Clarissa Annie widow Adelaide 1921 Memorial 29/482

PATTERSON, Daniel Whittle Harvey grazier Melbourne Vic, about to visit Europe, power of attorney to John ETTERSHANK Esquire East Loddon Serpentine Vic, to manage his Australasian business affairs 9/12/1890 Deposit 119/1890

No 1

PATTERSON, David and John farmers Black Forest 1852[-1857] Memorial 203/54

PATTERSON, David farmer [formerly of the Black Forest but now of the] Gawler Plains 1858[-1859] Memorial 215/135

PATTERSON, David and John farmers Gawler Plains 1861 Application 2084

PATTERSON, Donald farmer Crower near Lucindale 1886[-1891] Memorial 155/379

PATTERSON, Duncan farmer Killanoola Hundred of Killanoola land grant 1883 Grant Book 50 Page 154 County Robe

PATTERSON, Frederick Esquire formerly of Bothwell Tas but now of Melbourne Vic 1860 Memorial 249/164

PATTERSON, Frederick Charles cellarman Lyndoch 1936 Application 28043

No 1

PATTERSON, George farmer Watergate near Macclesfield 1864 Memorial 140/200

No 2

PATTERSON, George farmer Monarto 1880 Memorial 194/323

PATTERSON, Gladys Kathleen married woman Liverpool St, Pt Lincoln 1948 Application 28593

No 1

PATTERSON, Henry saddler Bordertown 1878[-1917] Memorial 10/309

PATTERSON, Henry saddler Bordertown and Ada Patterson his wife 1888 Memorial 90/390

PATTERSON, Ada married woman Bordertown 1904 Memorial 189/451

PATTERSON, Henry saddler Bordertown 1903 Linked with Isabella Patterson wife of James Patterson station overseer Suttledge near Penola Application 24616

PATTERSON, Henry saddler Bordertown 1905 Application 25038

PATTERSON, Henry saddler Bordertown and Ada Patterson his wife 1916 Application 26505

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

PATTERSON, Henry agent Bordertown 1919 Application 26742

PATTERSON, Hervey architect Adelaide 1884 Memorial 12/362

PATTERSON, Hilda Maud married woman Penola, aged 50 in 1946, declared that she had lived in the town for 27 years Application 28468

No 1

PATTERSON, Hugh sheepfarmer Naracoorte Hundred of Naracoorte land grant 1871 Grant Book 50 Page 96 County Robe

PATTERSON, Hugh sheep farmer formerly of Narracoorte 1869 but now of Mt Scott 1871 Application 11268

PATTERSON, Hugh sheep farmer Wangolina 1874 Memorial 50/274

PATTERSON, Hugh sheep farmer Wangolina, leased ROBERTS Reedy Creek Run S-E 1875 Memorial 155/280

No 2 – perhaps the same person

PATTERSON, Hugh labourer Naracoorte Hundred of Naracoorte land grant 1872[-1873] Grant Book 50 Page 101 County Robe

PATTERSON, Hugh farmer Fairfield near Robe Hundred of Waterhouse land grant 1876[-1884] Grant Book 50 Page 26 County Robe

PATTERSON, Hugh farmer Robe 1879 Memorial 83/316

PATTERSON, Hugh of Robe linked with Christina Patterson spinster Robe 1888 Memorial 16/392

No 3

PATTERSON, Hugh station manager Caroa Hundred of Killanoola land grant 1895 Grant Book 50 Page 155 County Robe

PATTERSON, James farmer Aldinga 1865[-1867] Memorial 143/205, Application 8625

No 1

PATTERSON, James Mills miner Lostwithiel near Kooringa 1859 Memorial 255/156

PATTERSON, James Mills labourer Lostwithiel, died c1883. He left his entire estate to his daughter, Maria Leslie SANDERS wife of Edward Sanders labourer Lostwithiel Memorial 192/351

PATTERSON, James Mills miner Lostwithiel near Kooringa, died not stated. Father of Maria Jessie SANDERS widow formerly of Copperhouse near Kooringa but now of near Sydney NSW 1913 Memorial 41/469

PATTERSON, James Thomas farmer Pinkerton Plains near Wasleys 1891[-1896] Memorial 152/408

No 1

PATTERSON, John and David farmers Black Forest 1852[-1857]. Enrolment 32/33

PATTERSON, John farmer the Black Forest Hundred of Munno Para land grant 1853 Memorial 200/54

PATTERSON, John farmer formerly of the Black Forest but now of the Hundred of Munno Para 1857[-1874] Memorial 143/119

PATTERSON, John farmer Gawler Plains 1857. Gawler River Primitive Methodist Chapel trustee Memorial 92/515

PATTERSON, John farmer Gawler Plains 1864[-1867] Memorial 212/193

PATTERSON, John farmer formerly of the Black Forest then of Munno Para 1857 but now of Angle Vale [likely the same address] 1873 Application 12933

PATTERSON, John farmer Angle Vale 1875[-1876] Memorial 57/286

PATTERSON, John agriculturalist Angle Vale 1881 Memorial 116/334

No 2

PATTERSON, John shepherd Myponga 1858 Memorial 220/142

No 3

PATTERSON, John farmer New Hamburgh near Strathalbyn 1879 Memorial 161/318

PATTERSON, John Archibald Donald labourer Hawker. Hundred of Wonoka land grant 1885 Grant Book 5 Page 29 County Blachford

No 1

PATTERSON, John Joseph farmer Willochra 1881 Memorial 119/134

PATTERSON, John Joseph of Boolcunda Hundred of Boolcunda land grant 1883 Grant Book 49 Page 44 County Newcastle

PATTERSON, John Joseph farmer Boolcunda Hundred of Pichi Richi land grant 1884 Grant Book 49 Page 28 County Newcastle

No 1

PATTERSON, John Lindsay farmer North Para District 1839 Memorial 221/47

PATTERSON, John Lindsay yeoman North Para 1842[-1845] Memorial 139/127

PATTERSON, John Lindsay farmer The Para owned farm land with James FOTHERINGHAM farmer The Para 1845 Memorial 417/4

PATTERSON, John Lindsay yeoman Gawler 1846 Memorial 95/7 PATTERSON, John Lindsay maltster Gawler 1854[-1855] Memorial 245/74

PATTERSON, John Lindsay stockholder Gawler 1856 Memorial 467/97

PATTERSON, John Lindsay farmer North Para 1857 Memorial 139/127

No 1

PATTERSON, Joseph labourer Section 3077 Hundred of Barossa 1853 Memorial 469/47

PATTERSON, Joseph farmer Whitelaw Gully Barossa West 1855 Memorial 189/93

PATTERSON, Joseph farmer Whitelaw Gully near Gawler 1857 Memorial 33/118

PATTERSON, Joseph farmer near Gawler 1863 Memorial 302/188

PATTERSON, Joseph formerly labourer 1853 but now farmer pt Section 3077 Hundred of Barossa near Gawler 1864 Application 4871

PATTERSON, Joseph farmer Pinkerton Plains Hundred of Alma land grant 1877 Grant Book 26 Page 63 County Gawler

PATTERSON, Maria widow Kensington 1854 Memorial 119/62

PATTERSON, Mary Anne of Tenterden near Pt Adelaide 1844 Memorial 69/196

No 1

PATTERSON, Robert bricklayer Parkside, power of attorney to Archibald Ray Patterson CROW bricklayer Parkside, to sell his SA real estate and finalise his business affairs 18/10/1884 Deposit 227/1885

No 2

PATTERSON, Robert baker Adelaide, and Janet Patterson his wife - daughter of Richard EVANS of Bigg Flat 1904 . The couple married 26/6/1899 Dunn Memorial Wesleyan Church, Mt Barker. Janet Patterson lived in increasingly poor circumstances in her later life. Her sisters, Hanna Evans and Mary Alice Victoria Evans spinsters Bigg Flat gave her her share of her father's estate during her lifetime. After her death, on 6/10/1909, of 12 months' pulmonary consumption, her husband, Robert Patterson became increasingly indigent and went to live in the Home for Incurables. He died 13/5/1922 Application 24708

No 1

PATTERSON, Robert Charles engineer Adelaide and Charlotte Elizabeth Patterson his wife 1874 Application 13796

PATTERSON, Robert Charles civil engineer Adelaide 1878 Memorial 245/310

PATTERSON, Robert Charles civil engineer formerly of Adelaide but now of Brisbane Qld 1885 Memorial 174/369

No 1

PATTERSON, Thomas William yeoman Adelaide (Grey St) 1857[-1860] Memorial 167/120

No 2

PATTERSON, Thomas William shoemaker Adelaide 1858[-1859] Memorial 352/147

PATTERSON, Thomas William shoemaker [formerly of Adelaide but now of] Norwood 1859 Memorial 23/150

PATTERSON, Walter dairyman Adelaide 1885 Memorial 207/364

No 1

PATTERSON, William farmer Smithfield and Helen Patterson his wife 1867 Application 8361

PATTERSON, William farmer near Smithfield 1877[-1878] Memorial 82/301

PATTERSON, William farmer Sevastopol near Smithfield 1882 Application 19203

No 2

PATTERSON, William farmer Hundred of Erskine. Hundred of Morgan land grant 1884 Grant Book 13 Page 426 County Dalhousie

No 3

PATTERSON, William farmer Croydon 1887 Application 21208

No 4

PATTERSON, William farmer Hundred of Monbulla. Hundred of Monbulla land grant 1897 Grant Book 31 Page 66 County Grey

No 1

PATTINGALE, George Edward labourer Pt Broughton. Hundred of Mundoora land grant 1883 Grant Book 14 Page 265 County Daly

PATTINGALE, George Edward farmer Wokurna 1886 Memorial 60/378

PATTINGALE, George Edward farmer Pt Broughton, died 10/9/1918. Executors – Thomas Edward Pattingale farmer Pt Broughton, Amelia Catherine Pattingale widow Unley and Harold Edgar EXCELL farmer Tumby Bay 1937 Grant Book 14 Page 347 County Daly

PATTINGALE, Thomas Edward farmer Pt Broughton. Hundred of Mundoora land grant 1921 Grant Book 14 Page 289 County Daly

PATTRICK, Mary widow Bullaparinga Station Quorn (Hundred of Pichi Richi) township allotment land grant 1879 Grant Book 49 Page 12 County Newcastle FIND TEST FOR HUSBAND

PATTULO, William farmer Clare 1926 Memorial 128/494

PAUL, A storekeeper's assistant to Hermann OPPATT storekeeper Palmer 1888 Memorial 166/390

PAUL, Heinrich AC teacher Neales Flat 1885 Memorial 76/365

PAUL, James engineer Bowden 1863 Application 4346

PAUL, John mining captain Aberdeen 1876 Memorial 36/300

PAUL, Peter clerk Adelaide 1851 Memorial 165/37.

No 1

PAUL, William clerk Adelaide 1851[-1852] Memorial 165/37

No 2

PAUL, William farmer Myponga 1854[-1891] Memorial 333/72

PAUL, William farmer Myponga 1861 Application 2297

No 3

PAUL, William of Melbourne Vic held a mineral lease over portion of Salt Creek Paddock on the Wilpena Run 1892 Memorial 26/415

PAUL, William Alexander John stone worker Mintaro 1928 Application 27706

PAUL, William Charles shepherd Pt Lincoln 1865 Memorial 241/205

No 1

PAUL, William Henry labourer Eden Valley Hundred of Maitland land grant 1879 Grant Book 19 Page 103 County Fergusson

PAUL, William Henry linked with Sections 110, 114 Hundred of Muloowurtie, Co Fergusson 1887 Memorial 160/385

PAULEY, Mary Jane married woman Stirling West, aged 59 in 1949, declared that she had been born in Piccadilly in 1914 and lived with her mother, Jane Ellen WOODLEY, for 20 year in a four roomed stone home until she married and moved to her own home. JE Woodley died 4/7/1948 Application 28696

No 1

PAULEY, William gentleman Norwood 1852[-1854] Memorial 184/46

PAULEY, William of Norwood 1864 Application 4818.

PAULISH, Frederick farmer Parnaroo 1895 Memorial 12/424

No 1

PAULKE, Traugott shoemaker Lobethal 1850 Memorial 65/28

PAULKE, Traugott farmer Lobethal 1854 Memorial 92/80

PAULKE, Traugott of Lobethal, died 26/10/1857 intestate. His widow, Ernestine Paulke remarried to Johann Gottlob SCHULTZ gardener Lobethal. In 1882, the surviving Paulke children were: Pauline Florentine ZIMMERMANN wife of Ferdinand Zimmermann farmer Lyndoch, Henriette Janetzki wife of Gotthelf Janetzki farmer Horsham Vic, and Bertha LESCHKE wife of Carl Leschke farmer Mt Gambier Application 18995.

No 1

PAULL, Alexander mining captain Adelaide, about to leave the province for a time, power of attorney to Richard Eales BORROW gentleman Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 15/3/1853 Deposit 42/OA

PAULL, Alexander mining captain Adelaide 1853[-1853] Wine merchant Adelaide 1855[-1856] Memorial 124/86

PAULL, Alexander formerly mining captain but now wine merchant Adelaide 1858 Memorial 219/135

No 1

PAULL, Edward farmer Kapunda 1857 Memorial 89/127

PAULL, Edward miner Kapunda 1865 Memorial 103/203

PAULL, Edward miner formerly of Kapunda 1857 but now of Moonta Mines 1875 Application 14591.

PAULL, Mary Jane widow Kapunda 1881 Memorial 185/335

No 1

PAULL, Erasmus farmer Adelaide 1854 Memorial 489/78

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

PAULL, Erasmus carrier Kapunda 1861 Memorial 215/174

PAULL, Erasmus formerly gentleman Kapunda 1861 but now carrier Wallaroo 1864 Application 5381.

PAULL, Erasmus tailor Moonta 1881 Memorial 108/333

PAULL, Erasmus no description had died by 1892. His widow, Mary Richardson Paull, lived at Wallaroo Bay Grant Book 14 Page 91 County Daly

PAULL, Mary Richardson widow Wallaroo relict of the late Erasmus Paull formerly farmer Wallaroo Bay but now deceased 1889[-1892] Memorial 153/397

PAULL, Mary Richardson farmer Wallaroo 1892 Memorial 7/413

PAULL, Henry currier Adelaide 1852 Memorial 11/42

PAULL, James Christopher yeoman Adelaide 1866 Memorial 83/216

No 1 - likely to be the same person; the Elder

PAULL, John labourer Adelaide bought land in Hindmarsh 1840 Application 27752

PAULL, John farmer Adelaide sold land in Hindmarsh 1849[-1857] Memorial 174/15

PAULL, John Bennett farmer Adelaide (Waymouth St) 1876 Memorial 105/290

PAULL, John Bennett died 12/4/1879. His widow, Mary Ann Paull, lived in Waymouth St, Adelaide in 1880 Memorial 223/320

PAULL, Mary Ann executrix of the estate of the late John Paull formerly storekeeper Adelaide now deceased 1879 Memorial 236/318

No 2

PAULL, John miner Kooringa 1858 Memorial 43/194

PAULL, John miner near Kooringa 1883 Memorial 240/346

No 3 - likely to be the same person

PAULL, John builder Adelaide 1883 Memorial 142/351

PAULL, John builder Adelaide (Hawdon St) 1886 [probably in partnership with Andrew Bruce] Memorial 88/380

PAULL, John builder Adelaide (Waymouth St) and Amalie Theresa Paull his wife 1900 Memorial 98/441

No 4

PAULL, John farmer Kanmantoo 1866 Memorial 245/215

No 5

PAULL, John the Younger formerly of Waymouth St, Adelaide, but now of Maryborough Qld linked with Charles Samuel Paull cattle dealer Adelaide 1875 Memorial 137/282

PAULL, John bricklayer Maryborough Qld, power of attorney to John Bennett Paull farmer Waymouth St, Adelaide, to sell his SA real estate and finalise his business affairs 28/4/1875 Deposit 133/1875

PAULL, John Charles Samuel stock dealer Adelaide 1882 Memorial 152/338

No 1

PAULL, John H miner Kanmantoo 1865 Memorial 93/217

PAULL, John H miner Nairne 1866 Memorial 188/208

No 1 - likely to be the same person

PAULL, Richard labourer and miner Adelaide (MacKinnon Parade North Adelaide) 1853[-1854] Memorials 60 & 61/48

PAULL, Richard mining captain Section 1834 Hundred of Kanmantoo 1861 Memorial 161/176

No 1 - likely to be the same person

PAULL, Thomas butcher Adelaide (Light Square, Waymouth St) 1851[-1852] Memorial 79/39

PAULL, Thomas of Hobart Tas and Ellen Paull his wife (of Rundle St, Adelaide) his lawful attorney 1858 Memorial 12/147

PAULL, Ellen of Waymouth St, Adelaide 1858 Memorial 11/147

PAULL, Walter of Willunga 1856[-1857] Memorial 62/97

PAULL, William miner Moonta. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1881 Grant Book 14 Page 51 County Daly

No 1

PAULL, William James of Blinman 1879[-1883] Memorial 160/320

PAULL, William James stockholder Blinman 1880 Memorial 145/323

PAULL, William James stockholder Cowarie Station near Lake Eyre 1881 Memorial 21/333

PAULL, William James mining manage Blinman. Blinman North (Hundred of Carr) township allotment land grant 1882 Grant Book 66 Page 1665 County Taunton

PAULL, William James sheep farmer Charters Towers Qld 1884 [-1886] Memorial 29/362

PAULL, William James mining manager Charters Towers Qld 1888[-1893] Memorial 199/392

No 1

PAULOVITCH, Andrew Esquire Adelaide 1857 Memorial 101/113

PAULOVITCH, Andrew farmer Morphett Vale 1854[-1859] Memorial 47/65

PAULSON, Thomas shoemaker Adelaide 1851 Memorial 287/29

PAUSCH, Gottfried farmer North Rhine 1873 Memorial 204/347

PAUTHER, James labourer The Para 1853 Memorial 248/62

PAVIE, James, William and Benjamin farmers McLaren Vale 1854 Memorial 47/77

No 1

PAVY, Albert farmer Milang linked with Henry Pavy miller Milang 1867 Memorial 19/220

PAVY, Albert farmer Milang 1883[-1904] Memorial 39/352

PAVY, Albert farmer Milang 1918 Application 26732.

No 1

PAVY, Benjamin Esquire Milang 1866[-1909] Memorial 147/210

PAVY, Benjamin farmer Ardrossan trustee cemetery Ardrossan Hundred of Cunningham land grant 1879 Grant Book 19 Page 283 County Fergusson

PAVY, Benjamin farmer Ardrossan trustee Institute Ardrossan township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 19 Page 450 County Fergusson

PAVY, Benjamin Esquire formerly of Milang but now of Ardrossan Trustee of the Milang Land Building and Investment Society 1882 Application 19175

PAVY, Caroline Mary home duties Virginia 1945 Application 28399

PAVY, Ernest Albert Aldinga blacksmith Jamestown Co Victoria. Hundred of Bews land grant 1925 Grant Book 12 Page 13 County Chandos

No 1

PAVY, Henry and Phillip brewers McLaren Vale 1856 Memorial 354/95

PAVY, Henry formerly of McLaren Vale but now miller White Valley near Aldinga 1860 Memorial 164/162

PAVY, Henry miller Aldinga 1863[-1865] Memorial 69/188

PAVY, Henry farmer Milang 1866[-1869] Memorial 110/214

PAVY, Henry formerly brewer McLaren Vale 1856 but now of Milang 1869 Application 9968.

PAVY, Henry miller formerly of Aldinga but now of Milang 1867[-1872] Memorial 13/225, Application 11921.

PAVY, Henry Esquire and Isabella Pavy widow Milang linked with the late Phillip Pavy formerly of McLaren Vale but then miller Meningie now deceased 1868 Memorials 196 & 197/234

PAVY, Henry died 11/8/1876 [formerly a trustee of a Congregational Chapel on pt Section 229 in Survey C in 1860] Memorial 149/365

PAVY, James, William and Benjamin famers Hornsey Farm Long Gully McLaren Vale 1853 Memorial 402/55

No 1

PAVY, Lawrence Richard labourer Strathalbyn 1925 Memorial 63/494

PAVY, Lawrence Richard labourer Strathalbyn linked with MI Pavy household duties Tailem Bend 1937 Memorial 112/530

No 1

PAVY, Philip formerly brewer McLaren Vale but now miller Milang 1860[-1867] Memorial 164/162

PAVY, Phillip farmer Meningie, died 26/6/1868, of cancer on the brain, aged 35. Application 9968

PAVY, Richard and Richard Alfred Pavy farmers Crystal Brook 1889 Memorial 245/399

No 1 - perhaps mixture of the Elder and the Younger

PAVY, William miller Milang 1857 Memorial 9/125

PAVY, William farmer Myponga 1862 Memorial 111/184

PAVY, William miller Milang and Lydia Pavy his wife linked with William Pavy of Pt Pirie 1877 Memorial 245/297

PAVY, William agent McLaren Vale and Lydia Pavy his wife 1876 Application 7315973.

PAVY, William formerly brewer Myponga but now farmer McLaren Vale 1867 Application 8450.

PAVY, William auctioneer and farmer McLaren Vale 1881 Application 18814.

PAVY, William auctioneer McLaren Vale 1887 Memorial 167/384

PAVY, William commission agent McLaren Vale near Willunga 1897 Memorial 135/430

PAVY, William Pavy gentleman McLaren Vale and Mary Ann Pavy his wife former Mary Ann JARRAD 1902 Application 24367.

PAVY, William James assistant Kanmantoo 1884 Memorial 82/358

PAWELSKI, Andreas farmer near Sevenhill 1867 Memorial 52/220

PAWELSKI, Anton Joseph labourer Penwortham 1906 Application 25200

PAWELSKI/PAWELSKY, Lucas farmer Section 51 Hundred of Belvidere 1859[-1861] Memorial 78/151

PAWLSON, George engineer Bonny Vale near Kalgoorlie WA 1935 Application 27962

No 1 - perhaps the same person

PAXTON, C of Mt Gambier 1863 Memorial 6/192

PAXTON, Charles bank manager Auburn 1867[-1870] Memorial 3/227

PAXTON, C bank manager Strathalbyn 1878 Memorial 207/306

PAXTON, Charles of 71 Wellington Square, North Adelaide 1888 Memorial 15/391

PAXTON, Edgar John company secretary Augusta St, Maylands 1937, declared that he had been Secretary for GH Michell & Co, of Adam St, Hindmarsh, ever since it became an incorporated body in 1932 Application 27898

No 1

PAXTON, John clerk Adelaide 1861 Memorial 30/174

PAXTON, John Secretary SA Gas Co Adelaide 1866 Application 7284

PAXTON, John gentleman Adelaide 1868 Application 9616

PAXTON, Thomas builder Adelaide 1855 Memorial 341/94

No 1

PAXTON, William Esquire Royal Mining Company of SA trustee Adelaide 1851[-1854] Memorial 314/34

PAXTON, William chemist and druggist formerly of Adelaide but now of Linden House Turnham Green, Chiswick near London, England 1859 Memorial 102/161

PAXTON, William Esquire formerly of Adelaide but then of 31 Palmiera Square, Hove, Sussex, England, died 1/9/1893. Father of Alfred William Paxton (32 St James Place, St James St, Middlesex), Robert Charles Paxton (formerly of Seaford Walmer Kent, England but now of 6 Rue Jordan Ave Louise Brussels Belgium) and Harry Kent Paxton (formerly of 24 Park Square, East Regents Park, Middlesex but now of 9 Cavendish Square) Esquires Memorials 183 & 185/426

PAXTON, William Esquire formerly of Adelaide but then of Palmeira Square, Hove, Sussex, died 1/9/1893. Son: Harry Kent Paxtgon formerly of 24 Park Square East, Regent's Park, Middlesex but now of 9 Cavendish Square, Middlesex 1896 Memorial 202/440

No 2

PAXTON, William clerk to Messrs SCOTT & BAKEWELL solicitors Adelaide 1871 Memorial 92/257

PAYNE, Albert Percival gentleman Glenelg 1902[-1933] Memorial 92/446, Application 27452

No 2 – Edwin Alfred Payne

PAYNE, Alfred labourer Adelaide (Grenfell St) purchased Section 112 Survey B on Marion Road 1868 Memorial 203/227

PAYNE, Alfred farmer Marion on the Sturt Co Adelaide. Hundred of Redhill land grant 1876 Grant Book 14 Page 362 County Daly

PAYNE, Alfred farmer Marion Co Adelaide. Hundred of Narridy land grant 1882 Grant Book 60 Page 260 County Victoria

PAYNE, Alfred the Elder farmer Penong. Trustee unnamed Chapel and School Hundred of Bagster. Hundred of Bagster land grant 1897 Grant Book 41 Page 26 County Kintore

No 2 – Alfred Edward Payne

PAYNE, Alfred farmer Rhine Villa 1885[-1890] Memorial 1/368

PAYNE, Ambrose formerly civil servant Adelaide 1902 but then of North Adelaide, died 4/2/1905 North Adelaide. Husband of Sophia Payne Memorial 15/485

No 1

PAYNE, Arthur and James Esquire brothers Payneham 1853 Memorial 304/49

PAYNE, Arthur Esquire Payneham 1853 Memorial 59/53

PAYNE, Arthur gentleman Section 320 near Pt Onkaparinga Co Adelaide 1857 Memorial 255/122

PAYNE, Arthur gentleman formerly of Payneham but now of Noarlunga 1861 Memorial 188/171

PAYNE, Arthur Esquire formerly of Payneham but now of Brisbane Qld 1875 Memorial 250/291

PAYNE, Arthur gentleman formerly of Payneham but now of Sydney NSW 1876, declared that he was the eldest son and heir at law of the late Samuel Payne, formerly of Downton near Salisbury, Wilts, England then of Payneham who died 20/9/1847 intestate Application 15141.

PAYNE, Clement Percy farmer Purnong Landing. Hundred of Forster Methodist Church trustee 1902 Grant Book 3 Page 29 County Albert

PAYNE, Clement Percy farmer Purnong Landing. Hundred of Forster Methodist Church trustee 1902 Grant Book 3 Page 29 County Albert

PAYNE, Daniel Vere formerly of near Adelaide, must have died intestate 15/6/1839. George Payne practical chemist Walnut Tree Lodge Lombard Road, Battersea, Surrey 1860, eventually inherited his estate as eldest surviving brother and heir at law Memorial 148/173

No 1

PAYNE, Elijah labourer Clare Co Stanley. Hundred of Pekina land grant 1884 Grant Book 13 Page 169 County Dalhousie

PAYNE, Elijah farmer Pekina 1888 Memorial 124/391

No 1

PAYNE, Frederick farmer Rhine Villa linked with George Arthur Payne farmer Hundred of Angas 1885 Memorials 249 & 250/367

PAYNE, Frederick farmer Hundred of Pinda 1887[-1893] Memorial 238/385

No 1

PAYNE, George of North Rhine near Angaston 1880 Memorial 137/322

No 2

PAYNE, George labourer Beachport Beachport (Hundred of Rivoli Bay) township allotment land grant 1879 Grant Book 31 Page 291 County Grey

No 3

PAYNE, George clerk to Messrs Symon, Bakewell & Symon solicitors Adelaide 1885 Application 21093

PAYNE, George Arthur farmer Hundred of Angas 1885 Memorial 250/367

PAYNE, George F clerk to Messrs SYMON, BAKEWELL & SYMON solicitors Adelaide 1887 Memorial 136/387

No 1

PAYNE, Harry A clerk to Messrs SYMON & BAKEWELL solicitors Adelaide 1882 Memorial 136/345

PAYNE, Henry Augustus gentleman Glenelg linked with Samuel James Sidney Payne an infant under the age of 21 living with his mother, Christina Payne widow the Semaphore, and Elizabeth Ann PARR nee Payne wife of James Hamilton Parr auctioneer North Adelaide 1882 Memorial 235/338

PAYNE, Samuel James Sidney an infant under the age of 21 years living with his mother, Christina Payne widow The Semaphore. Others mentioned in this item probably related to this family include - Henry Augustus Payne gentleman Glenelg, and Elizabeth Ann PARR formerly Payne wife of James Hamilton Parr auctioneer Adelaide (likely brother and sister) connected with the Payne family of Payneham 1882 Memorial 235/338

PAYNE, Samuel James Sidney gentleman Adelaide 1897 Memorial 100/434

PAYNE, Howard William farmer Rhine Villa 1901 Memorial 161/444

No 1

PAYNE, James gentleman Payneham youngest brother of Arthur Payne Esquire Payneham 1853[-1858] Memorial 304/49

PAYNE, James clerk to RI STOW solicitor Adelaide 1860[-1862] Memorial 266/169

PAYNE, James clerk to Messrs RI & W STOW solicitors Adelaide 1861 Memorial 209/178

PAYNE, James articled clerk to RI STOW solicitor Adelaide 1862 Memorial 246/182

PAYNE, James articled clerk Adelaide 1862 Memorial 378/186

PAYNE, James clerk to Messrs STOW & BRUCE solicitors Adelaide 1863 Memorial 164/191

PAYNE, James solicitor Strathalbyn 1868[-1869] Memorial 138/229

PAYNE, James solicitor Mt Gambier 1869 Memorial 101/239

PAYNE, James Ransom labourer Hawker 1888[-1894] Memorial 143/389

No 1

PAYNE, John blacksmith Adelaide 1848 Memorial 479/11

PAYNE, John blacksmith Finniss Vale 1855[-1857] Enrolment 7/37

PAYNE, John farmer Yankalilla 1855 Memorial 471/83

PAYNE, John blacksmith Second Valley Rapid Bay 1856[-1858] Memorial 250/135

PAYNE, John blacksmith formerly of Finniss Vale but now of Hindmarsh 1859 Memorial 195/151

PAYNE, John blacksmith Hindmarsh 1859 Application 697

No 2

PAYNE, John wheelwright Pt Adelaide 1850 Memorial 1/26

No 3

PAYNE, John labourer Hope Valley 1881[-1883] Memorial 171/336

No 1 - likely to be the same person

PAYNE, Joseph licensed victualler Inverbrackie 1848 Memorial 478/12

PAYNE, Joseph blacksmith Blakiston 1854 Memorial 130/76

PAYNE, Joseph blacksmith Woodside 1855[-1856] Memorial 431/87

No 1

PAYNE, Joshua engraver Adelaide (Freeman St) 1850[-1860] Memorial 134/26

PAYNE, Joshua engraver Adelaide and Lavinia Carter Payne his wife 1881 Application 18875.

PAYNE, Joshua engraver formerly of Oxford Rd, Hackney, but then of Adelaide, died 13/5/1889. Father of Ambrose Payne, civil servant formerly Adelaide, late North Adelaide, who died 4/2/1905 North Adelaide. Estate worth £160. He left his entire estate to his wife, Sophia Payne. He was a member of the Prince Albert and Forrester's Lodges Application 26964.

PAYNE, Joshua engraver came to live in Oxford Road, College Town 1879. He died 13/5/1889. His son, Ambrose Payne civil servant Adelaide then North Adelaide, who died 4/2/1905, owned the land after his death. Ambrose Payne’s wife called Sophia Payne. Application 26964.

PAYNE, Samuel tailor Willunga 1897 Application 23316

No 1

PAYNE, Sidney hairdresser Adelaide 1876 Application 15659

PAYNE, Sidney hairdreser Adelaide, then Unley 1877 Application 26554

No 1

PAYNE, Thomas Henry miller Norwood 1851 Memorial 258/38

PAYNE, Thomas Henry miller Noarlunga 1854 He sold Lot 56 on the Patapinda Road at Noarlunga Memorial 183/64

No 1

PAYNE, Thomas William carpenter Marrabel on the Dirty Light 1868 Memorial 62/236

PAYNE, Thomas William contractor and builder Gladstone. Booyoolie (later part of Gladstone Hundred of Booyoolie) township allotment land grant 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 311 County Victoria

No 1 - likely to be the same person

PAYNE, William tailor Pine Forest 1854[-1855] Memorial 229/66

PAYNE, William of Enfield 1855 Memorial 196/92

No 2

PAYNE, William labourer Adelaide 1856[-1858] Memorial 179/111

No 3

PAYNE, William labourer Pt Pirie. Hundred of Napperby land grant 1881 Grant Book 60 Page 389 County Victoria

No 4

PAYNE, William farmer Franklin Harbour 1885[-1886] Memorial 145/371

PAYNE, Emma farmer Franklin Harbour trustee School Hundred of Minbrie Hundred of Minbrie land grant 1897 Grant Book 39 Page 176 County Jervois

FIND TEST FOR LINKS WITH W PAYNE

No 1

PAYNE, William Gilbert chaffed hay merchant Gawler South 1901[-1926], died 5/4/1926 Memorial 200/525

PAYNE, William Gilbert chaff merchant Gawler 1913 Memorial 108/529

PAYNE, William Gilbert chaff merchant Henley Beach, died 5/4/1926 Henley Beach, of lobar pneumonia, aged 61. Born at Aylesbury, England. In SA 42 years. Re-married aged 36 years. 1 son 6 daughters living. 1 daughter deceased Memorial 102/529

PAYNTER, Eric William Wiltshire accountant Blackwood 1930 Memorial 154/503

PAYNTER, George of Sturt St, Adelaide, died c1860. He left his estate under varying conditions to his wife, Faith Paynter, his daughter Elizabeth Paynter and his sons, William Paynter, Henry Paynter and John Paynter. Faith Paynter and James HOOPER farmer Gumeracha the executors Memorial 51/165

PAYNTER, George Henry minister of the gospel Wilmington 1878 Book 13 Page 254 County Dalhousie

No 1

PAYNTER, John farmer The Onkaparinga 1855 Memorial 177/87

PAYNTER, John and William miners Hundred of Noarlunga 1858 Memorial 28/141

PAYNTER, John farmer near Clarendon 1859 Application 834

PAYNTER, John and William farmers near Clarendon linked with Hervey Paynter farmer Milang and Elizabeth EASTON wife of Charles Easton farmer near Clarendon 1860 Memorial 315/164

No 2

PAYNTER, John storekeeper Kersbrook 1875 Application 14220

No 3

PAYNTER, John Baptist Minister Morphett Vale 1889 Application 21614

No 1

PAYNTER, John Arundell wood merchant Adelaide 1879 Memorial 16/318

PAYNTER, John Arundell of Eudunda 1880 Memorial 239/323

PAYNTER, John Arundell of Eudunda Hundred of Neales land grant 1880 Grant Book 17 Page 197 County Eyre

No 1

PAYNTER, Samuel miner Moonta 1871 Memorial 9/256

PAYNTER, Samuel agent Moonta. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1882 Grant Book 14 Page 88 County Daly

No 2

PAYNTER, Samuel gentleman Adelaide 1875 Memorial 115/285

No 3

PAYNTER, Samuel storekeeper Millicent 1899 Application 23839

PAYNTER, Samuel formerly storekeeper Millicent but now out of business Goodwood 1918 Memorial 112/476

No 1

PAYNTER, William miner Adelaide 1852 Memorial 138/41

PAYNTER, William farmer Clarendon 1856[-1867] Memorial 483/97

PAYNTER, William farmer near Clarendon 1859 Application 600

PAYNTER family - William Paynter farmer near Clarendon, Henry Paynter farmer Milang, John Paynter farmer near Clarendon and Elizabeth EASTON nee Paynter wife of Charles Easton farmer near Clarendon 1860 Memorial 315/164

No 1 - perhaps the same person

PEACH, John storekeeper Adelaide 1845 Memorial 282/5

PEACH, John labourer Adelaide 1853 Memorial 37/50

PEACH, John of Encounter Bay 1857 Memorial 9/122

No 1

PEACHEY, Arthur surveyor Adelaide 1880[-1899] Memorial 113/324, Application 23214.

PEACHEY, Arthur licensed surveyor Adelaide. Power of attorney from the SA Company in London to inspect mining leaseholds on SA Company real estate in the Onkaparinga River Valley 'to constantly keep and employ … the required number of skilful miners in working the mine or mines'. Peachey found that the mining leasees had breached their contracts and had ejected them from their leasehold land 1890 Memorial 105/406

PEACHEY, Arthur secretary to the Board of Advice of the SA Company 1903 Memorial 79/449

No 1

PEACHEY, Percival an infant under the age of 21 years The Hermitage 1853 Eldest son and heir at law of the late Peter Peachey gentleman formerly of Salisbury Square, London, England, and then of Glen Osmond Memorial 433/61

PEACHEY, Percival a minor of the age of 10 years or thereabouts The Hermitage eldest son and heir at law of the late Peter Peachey formerly gentleman Glen Osmond deceased 1856 Links with James Peachey gentleman Salisbury Square, London, Middlesex, England Memorial 5/113

PEACHEY, Percival overseer Parnaroo [for his uncle John WILLIAMS] 1870 Memorial 11/248

No 1

PEACHEY, Peter gentleman Salisbury Square, London, England 1839 agreed to work for 10 years for Robert WATKINS Esquire Arundel, Sussex, on the latter's 640 acres of real estate in SA. Peachey would be paid from Lady Day 1839 and had to erect buildings and do the fencing first. Wages would be £22 a year, plus an extra £18 a year when R Watkins had spent £360 on improvements to his land Memorial 386/72

PEACHEY, Peter land surveyor Adelaide 1842 Memorial 413/1

PEACHEY, Peter Esquire Glen Osmond leased out the Mountain Hut Inn built on his land at Glen Osmond 1846 Memorial 23/7

PEACHEY, Peter gentleman Glen Osmond, died. Good description of his estate in Application 2533.

PEACHEY, Peter land owner Glen Osmond, died 24/8/1849, of brain fever, aged 48 Application 24818.

PEACHEY, Peter married Elizabeth WILLIAMS (daughter of Thomas Williams of the Hermitage near Houghton) on 30/5/1844 at The Hermitage. The minister was an Anglican priest, the Rev'd James JARRETT. Witnesses to the marriage were Cunningham and Catherine Williams. Peter Peachey died 24/8/1849. Their sons were Arthur Peachey surveyor Adelaide (born 19/8/1848 Glen Osmond) and Richard Peachey gentleman The Hermitage (born 1/6/1847 Glen Osmond died 23/9/1907, aged 61). Elizabeth Peachey's second husband was John LITHGOW 57 widower farmer Port View (Father: John Lithgow). William T Lithgow farmer Port View signed the marriage register. The ceremony took place in Mrs Peachey's home at Highercombe on 7/7/1871, JR FERGUSON the minister. Elizabeth Lithgow widow Stepney, died 16/6/1899 She left the Hermitage Estate of 680 acres (Sections 5556, 5559 and pt Section 5558 Hundreds of Yatala and Para Wirra, pt Section 5555 Hundred of Para Wirra, Sections 5560 and 5562, pt Section 5454 Hundred of Yatala ) to her son, Arthur Peachey surveyor Adelaide. Mary Frances HINDE, nee Williams widow Gilberton 1908, gave the above information and declared that she was a sister to Elizabeth Lithgow formerly Peachey nee Williams Application 25689

No 1

PEACOCK, Caleb gentleman Blanche Farm [probably near Blanchetown] 1864 Memorial 317/197

PEACOCK, Caleb shipping agent Blanchetown 1864 Application 4915.

PEACOCK, Caleb merchant Blanchetown 1864 Memorial 46/199

PEACOCK, Caleb merchant Adelaide 1868 Memorial 74/236

PEACOCK, Caleb gentleman Adelaide carrying on business in copartnership with Maria Peacock widow formerly of Adelaide but not in parts beyond the sea as tanners, curriers, merchants and commission agents under the style or firm of William Peacock & Son 1870 Application 10731.

No 1

PEACOCK, Enos farmer Clare 1866[-1868] Memorial 203/211

PEACOCK, Enos carter Clare 1880 Application 18138.

PEACOCK, Francis Henry Douglas retired farmer College Park 1937 Memorial 116/511

PEACOCK, Helen Maria spinster Kapunda 1886 Memorial 90/382

PEACOCK, Henry merchant Adelaide, died 10/4/1868 Richmond Vic. Uncle to James Rickett DOBSON no description a residuary legatee Memorial 42/262

PEACOCK, Isaac farmer Encounter Bay 1860 Memorial 116/225

PEACOCK, James Hirst carpenter Richmond. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1913 Grant Book 2 Page 33 County Adelaide

No 1

PEACOCK, John gentleman Adelaide 1839 Application 20942

No 2

PEACOCK, John clerk Orange St, Norwood 1872 Application 12076

PEACOCK, John Cooper cabinetmaker Kent Town 1876 Application 15065

No 1

PEACOCK, Jonathan labourer Balhannah 1852[-1853] Memorial 246/39

PEACOCK, Jonathan farmer Woodside 1855 Memorial 282/81

PEACOCK, Jonathan farmer Peace Farm near Woodside 1858[-1878] Memorial 60/140

PEACOCK, Jonathan farmer Oakbank, died 27/6/1884. He left a daughter Eliza Ellen Peacock spinster Oakbank, and sons, including Arthur and James William Peacock labourers Oakbank 1884 Application 20226.

No 1

PEACOCK, Joseph Esquire MP Beverley House Glenelg 1860 Memorial 258/167

PEACOCK, Joseph and Henry merchants Adelaide trading under the style or firm of W Peacock & Son 1865 Memorial 87/208

PEACOCK, Joseph Kensington Congregational Chapel trustee died 25/7/1867 Application 23727

PEACOCK, Maria widow Glenelg relict of the late Joseph Peacock formerly merchant Adelaide now deceased 1868 Memorial 215/228

No 1

PEACOCK, Thomas farmer Gawler Plains 1857 Memorial 331/123

PEACOCK, Thomas farmer Peachey Belt 1857 Memorial 49/124

No 1

PEACOCK, Thomas Wardell gentleman Echunga 1864 Memorial 209/199

PEACOCK, Thomas Wardell gentleman Adelaide married Louisa DIGNUM widow Adelaide on 8/2/1877 St Luke's Adelaide. Witnesses; Louisa CROFT and Aurora SELLS both of Adelaide. By 1902, Louisa Peacock was a widow living at Eastwood Memorials 221 & 222/445

No 1

PEACOCK, Wiles clerk to Messrs BARTLEY & BAKEWELL solicitors Adelaide 1848[-1855] Memorial 143/10

PEACOCK, Wiles clerk to Messrs BARTLEY, BAKEWELL & STOW solicitors Adelaide 1858[-1859] Memorial 229/143

PEACOCK, Wiles clerk to William BAKEWELL solicitor Adelaide 1861 Memorial 118/177

PEACOCK, Wiles clerk to Messrs BAKEWELL & SCOTT solicitors Adelaide 1861 Memorial 203/178

PEACOCK, Wiles clerk fo Bakewell and Scott solicitors North Tce Adelaide 1865 Application 6349.

PEACOCK, Wiles clerk to SJ WAY solicitor Adelaide 1867 Memorial 152/222

PEACOCK, Wiles clerk to Messrs WAY & BROOK solicitors Adelaide 1868[-1869] Memorial 91/234

PEACOCK, Wiles clerk Adelaide (Carrington St) 1871 Memorial 170/254

PEACOCK, Wiles gentleman Adelaide 1875 Memorial 106/283

No 1 - the Elder

PEACOCK, William Esquire MLC Adelaide 1852 Memorial 178/45

PEACOCK, William gentleman Salem House, Adelaide 1854 Memorial 219/70

PEACOCK, William Esquire Adelaide and Joseph Peacock his son, dissolved their business partnership as 'tanners and curriers, general merchants and commission agents' by mutual agreement on 1/10/1863. Their credit debts and effects amounted to £22,894/-/9, in addition to Town Acre real estate. Joseph Peacock would carry on the business by himself. The two men carried out an exchange of real and personal estate to finalise the arrangement Memorial 40/194

PEACOCK, William Esquire Palm Grove near Adelaide 1871 Application 11690.

PEACOCK, William Kensington Congregational Chapel trustee died 20/1/1874 Application 23727

No 1 - the Younger

PEACOCK, William the Younger carter Stepney 1853 Memorial 424/53

PEACOCK, William the Younger clerk to Alfred ATKINSON solicitor Adelaide 1855[-1857] Memorial 479/87, Application 22068.

PEACOCK, William the Younger clerk to Messrs ATKINSON & ANDREWS solicitors Adelaide 1856 Memorial 7/101

No 2

PEACOCK, William sawyer Mt Gambier 1856 Memorial 109/97

No 3

PEACOCK, William yeoman formerly of Mitcham but now of Bendigo Vic and Caroline Peacock his wife 1856 Memorial 153/145

PEACOCK, William of Mitcham and Caroline Peacock his wife 1860. She could not write Application 1677.

No 1 – William Cook Peacock

PEACOCK, William teamster Armagh and Elizabeth Peacock his wife 1872 Application 12142.

PEACOCK, William Cook teamster Georgetown Co Victoria. Hundred of Tarcowie land grant 1882 Grant Book 13 Page 51 County Dalhousie

PEADE, Edward Robert water commission agent Narracoorte 1915, declared that he came to live in Naracoorte during 1862 and had resided here ever since. HT JONES was the storekeeper then in the premises which John Barrett BLACKWELL kept in 1915 Application 26449

No 1

PEAK, Elizabeth and Jane Peake the Younger spinsters Kooringa 1906[-1913] Memorial 171/455

PEAK, Elizabeth spinster Kooringa, died 15/11/1919. Linked with Jane Peak spinster Kooringa and James Peak and William Albert Henry Peak farmers near Kooringa Memorial 63/480

No 1

PEAK, James and William Albert Henry Peak farmers near Kooringa linked with Jane Peak widow and Elizabeth Peak spinster both of Kooringa 1906[-1912] Memorial 171/455

PEAK, James farmer near Kooringa, son of Jane Peak widow near Kooringa who died 9/1/1920 intestate. Her estate worth £2,000 Application 29093

PEAK, James formerly farmer near Kooringa but now gentleman St Peters 1923[-1948] Memorial 149/487

No 1 - probably the same person

PEAK, John publican Dry Hill near the Burra 1863 Application 4015

PEAK, John farmer Kooringa Hundred of Hanson land grant 1865 Grant Book 56 Page 277 County Stanley

PEAK, John formerly miner Redruth 1861 but now publican Cross Roads near Kooringa 1873 Application 12851

PEAK, John publican near Kooring Hundred of Hanson land grant 1879 Grant Book 56 Page 262 County Stanley

PEAK, John farmer Kooringa 1882 Memorial 49/346

PEAK, John farmer near Kooringa 1886 Application 20933

PEAK, John farmer Cross Roads, near Kooringa 1887 Application 20351

PEAK, John farmer Waukaringa, died 6/1/1899. Husband of Jane Peak. Probably father of Elizabeth Peak spinster, James and William Albert Henry Peak farmers all of near Kooringa 1906 Memorial 171/455

FIND SPELLING

PEAK, Robert farmer Mt Barker 1853[-1855] Memorial 109/54

No 1

PEAK, William Albert Henry wood and chaff merchant Kooringa 1922 Memorial 75/487

PEAK, Rose Blanche widow formerly of Kooringa but now of Tusmore 1947 (relict of the late William Albert Henry Peak, who died 13/2/1924] Memorial 78/521

PEAKE, Alice widow Penola 1945 Application 28414

No 1

PEAKE, Archibald Henry clerk Narracoorte 1883 Memorial 182/346

PEAKE, Archibald Henry District clerk Narracoorte 1892 Application 22215

No 1

PEAKE, Edward John gentleman Adelaide 1856 Memorial 321/101

PEAKE, Edward John Esquire Clarendon 1861, attorney for William LEIGH Esquire Woodchester Park, England Application 2656

PEAKE, Edward John Stipendiary Magistrate Clarendon 1867 Memorial 218/218

No 1

PEAKE, Edward Robert storekeeper Narracoorte linked with Robert Peake gentleman Charleston 1867 Memorial 75/225

PEAKE, Edward Robert auctioneer Narracoorte 1881 Application 18933

PEAKE, Edward Robert agent Narracoorte 1891 Memorial 209/407

PEAKE, Edward Robert merchant Narracoorte 1897 Application 23398

No 1

PEAKE, Elizabeth widow Norwood 1881 Memorial 236/330

PEAKE, Elizabeth widow Norwood, died in April 1882 Memorial 206/354

No 1

PEAKE, Francis farmer Woodside 1856[-1861] Memorial 21/109

PEAKE, Francis farmer Stony Creek near Blumberg 1881 Memorial 63/333

PEAKE, Francis the Elder farmer Stony Creek near Blumberg, died 1/7/1887. Estate worth £89. His whole estate to his wife, Jane Peake absolutely. Children mentioned in Mrs Peake's will - Emma Jane Peake spinster and Richard Henry Peake farmer Stoney Creek Application 23051

No 1

PEAKE, Henry blacksmith Lyndoch Valley 1855 Memorial 303/84

PEAKE, Henry of Rowlands Flat Wiltshire Special Survey 1856 Memorial 192/98

PEAKE, Henry blacksmith near Lyndoch Valley 1860 Application 1463

PEAKE, Henry blacksmith Rowlands Flat near Lyndoch Valley 1863 Application 4798

PEAKE, Henry blacksmith Rowlands Flat. Hundred of Barossa land grant 1864 Grant Book 2 Page 48 County Adelaide

PEAKE, Henry farmer Rowlands Flat Co Adelaide. Hundred of Appila land grant 1880 Grant Book 24 Page 501 County Frome

PEAKE, Hugh farmer Parilla. Hundred of Parilla land grant 1911 Grant Book 12 Page 98 County Chandos

No 1

PEAKE, John miner Redruth 1861 Memorial 322/174

No 2

PEAKE, John SM of Adelaide 1872 Memorial 192/261

PEAKE, John Butler licensed victualler Adelaide 1853[-1854], died c1855 Memorials 446/47 & 25/92

PEAKE, Jonathan Denson of Crystal Brook 1882 Memorial 242/340

No 1

PEAKE, LW agent Penola 1883 Memorial 244/353

PEAKE, LW auctioneer Penola 1888[-1897] Memorial 95/393

No 1 – the Elder

PEAKE, Robert farmer Mt Barker 1857 Perhaps linked with Edward John Peake solicitor Adelaide Memorial 277/129

PEAKE, Robert the Elder yeoman Mt Barker 1863 Memorial 94/190

No 2 – the Younger

PEAKE, Robert the Younger carrier Mt Barker 1904. Linked with Annie Peake spinster Mt Barker. Robert Peake died c1950. Executor – James Dennis Peake labourer Two Wells RPA Search 2391

PEAKE, Robert out of business Mt Barker, died 8/3/1950. Executor; James Dennis Peake labourer formerly of Mt Barker but now of Two Wells Memorial 172/525

PEAKE, Robert Archibald clerk at the Public Trustee's office Victoria Square, Adelaide 1923 Memorial 89/488

PEAKE, RV clerk Public Trustee's Office Adelaide 1927 Memorial 100/498

PEAKE, William Albert Henry farmer near Kooringa, died c1924. By 1929, his widow, Rose Blanche Peake, lived at Tusmore Gardens Memorial 100/502

No 1

PEANTER, Richard labourer Willaston 1854 Memorial 378/65

PEANTER, Richard labourer Gawler 1856 Memorial 279/102

No 1

PEARCE, Albert farmer Encounter Bay 1911 Application 25909

PEARCE, Albert farmer Encounter Bay linked with Edwin Pearce contractor Victor Harbor 1924 Memorial 174/491

PEARCE, Albert farmer Encounter Bay and Frances Annie Pearce his wife 1930 Application 27799

PEARCE, Albert Edgar farmer Kadina. Hundred of Ninnes land grant 1896 Grant Book 14 Page 295 County Daly

No 1

PEARCE, Alfred agent Pt Pirie 1892 Memorial 3/413

PEARCE, Alfred JP auctioneer Pt Pirie 1893 Memorial 241/419

PEARCE, Alfred Andrews auctioneer Pt Pirie. North Western Jockey Club trustee 1895 Memorial 166/424

No 1

PEARCE, Ann widow Kooringa 1873 Memorial 164/270

PEARCE, Ann builder Kooringa had become a bankrupt by 1875 Memorial 242/287

No 2

PEARCE, Ann and Emma spinsters Prospect linked with Samuel Pearce farmer Leighton 1899 Memorial 142/439

PEARCE, Ann and Emma spinsters formerly of Prospect but now of North Adelaide 1913[-1917]. They owned land in Kooringa Memorial 177/468

No 3

PEARCE, Ann spinster Point Sturt, died 18/10/1932. Sister to Esther Jane Pearce, Mary Edith Pearce, Arthur William Pearce and John Edward Pearce farmers Point Sturt Memorial 41/506

PEARCE, Ann Elizabeth married woman Alberton 1904 Application 24862

PEARCE, Arthur foreman Kent Town and Phoebe McLaren Pearce his wife formerly PM HOLLOWAY 1895 Memorial 93/425

PEARCE, Arthur Elliott farmer Muloowurtie 1907 Grant Book 14 Page 299 County Daly

No 1

PEARCE, Arthur William farmer Point Sturt 1905 Memorial 228/454

PEARCE, Arthur William grazier Point Sturt, died 8/2/1934. Father of Jean Verco Pearce spinster Point Sturt. Uncle to Reginald Jack Pearce grazier Point Sturt Memorial 160/507

PEARCE, Arthur William grazier Point Sturt, died 8/2/1934. Estate worth £8,904. He left his estate to his daughter, Jean Verco GRIFFIN married woman Poldea Estate, Milang by 1950, in trust for life, then to her children equally absolutely in remainder expectant. Failing any children, then the estate to go to the testator's brothers and sisters and their children. His nephew, Reginald Jack Pearce grazier Point Sturt, was an executor of the will. Arthur William Pearce was a son of William Pearce farmer Point Sturt, who died 4/7/1909 Application 28729

PEARCE, Carl Frederick carpenter and builder Burra North and Joyce Gladys Pearce his wife 1953 Application 28956

No 1

PEARCE, Charles labourer Bowden 1851[-1855] Memorial 464/37

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

PEARCE, Charles butcher Kent Town 1865[-1902] Memorial 339/204

PEARCE, Charles butcher Kent Town, died 19/2/1903. Husband of Jane Pearce. Father of Frederick Charles Pearce, George Edwin Pearce (both butchers Kent Town), Charley Pearce, Walter Pearce. Grandfather of Harry Greenwood. [The testator owned a house called Brent Cottage - not his own home - at Kent Town. Fond of rifle shooting and greyhound racing - bequeathed a number of silver trophies] Memorial 29/449

PEARCE, Charles died 19/2/1903. Husband of Jane Pearce of Kent Town in 1905. Father of Frederick Charles Pearce and George Edwin Pearce butchers Kent Town Memorial 63/454

PEARCE, Charles butcher Grenfell St, Kent Town, died 1903. He left his estate to his wife, Jane Pearce, for life, then to his sons, Frederick Charles Pearce ad George Edwin Pearce butchers Kent Town. Jane Pearce died 19/6/1907, of hemiplegia and cerebral hoemorrhage, aged 70 Application 26177

No 1

PEARCE, Charles farmer Gordon trustee unnamed Chapel Hundred of Kanyaka Hundred of Kanyaka land grant 1894 Grant Book 49 Page 71 County Newcastle

No 1

PEARCE, Charles James cabinetmaker Kooringa 1888[-1925] Memorial 67/410

PEARCE, CJ cabinetmaker Commercial St, Kooringa 1919 Memorial 109/479

PEARCE, Charles James cabinetmaker Kooringa. Brother to Louisa Jane JAMES widow Kooringa, who died 3/10/1919 Memorial 34/493

PEARCE, Charles James out of business Unley 1940, declared that had lived in Burra for over 80 years, before leaving the town in March 1939 Application 28153

PEARCE, Charles James out of business 88 Winchester St, Malvern, died 21/10/1945. Father of Annie Coles Pearce, Millicent Agnes Pearce and Wilfred Lisle Pearce Memorial 184/519

No 2 - connection with the Kooringa Pearce family, as land at Burra was involved.

PEARCE, Charles James storekeeper Kooringa and James Alfred Pearce storekeeper Kooringa 1902 Memorial 57/447

PEARCE, Charles James storekeeper formerly of Strathalbyn but now of First Ave, Joslin 1946[-1947] Memorial 72/521

No 3

PEARCE, Clement carpenter Kooringa 1919 Memorial 121/478

No 1

PEARCE, Clement Andrews accountant East Adelaide 1927 Application 27543

PEARCE, Clement Andrews formerly accountant but now Comptroller of Stores MTT Adelaide 1945 Memorial 49/519

No 1

PEARCE, Clement William carpenter Kooringa. Kooringa Methodist Church trustee 1926 Memorial 171/494

PEARCE, Clement William carpenter Kooringa 1926 Application 27501

PEARCE, Daniel Esquire Stretton Court, Herts, England, bought Section 1685 South Para River, as a land grant with Land Order 1036 on 28/6/1839. He took John MORPHETT Esquire Adelaide, as his local attorney. In time, Pearce moved to Swain’s all, Hereford, where on Saturday 26/2/1859, ‘a fire broke out … and such fire got so fierce as to burn down the house and also to burn all my documents including the said grant which has ever since been lost’. He gave the land to his nephew Thomas James PEARCH provision merchant High St, Merthyr Tydfil, Co Glamorgan, South Wales in 1860. Application 3571

PEARCE, E Burton assistant accountant Savings Bank of SA Adelaide 1863[-1866] Memorial 140/191

No 1

PEARCE, Edward labourer Bowden 1845 Memorial 415/61

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

PEARCE, Edward farmer Onkaparinga 1849 Memorial 378/15

PEARCE, Edward farmer of the Onkaparinga and Mary Bettison Pearce his wife 1852, linked with James Pearce farmer Mt Barker Memorial 385/44

No 3

PEARCE, Edward farmer Black Swamp 1854 Memorial 274/62

No 4

PEARCE, Edward farmer Gordon trustee unnamed Chapel Hundred of Kanyaka Hundred of Kanyaka land grant 1894 Grant Book 49 Page 71 County Newcastle

PEARCE, Edward Burton accountant Adelaide 1864[-1887] Memorial 316/195

No 1

PEARCE, Edwin mariner Pt Adelaide 1859 Memorial 328/155

PEARCE, Edwin mariner Pt Adelaide 1875 Application 14519

PEARCE, Edwin formerly mariner Pt Adelaide now out of business Birkenhead 1919 Application 26800

No 2 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

PEARCE, Edwin farmer Encounter Bay 1885 Memorial 47/370

PEARCE, Edwin farmer Encounter Bay 1886 Application 20976

PEARCE, Edwin stockdealer Waitpinga 1888 Memorial 226/390

PEARCE, Edwin [probably the Younger] farm labourer Waitpinga 1912 Application 26121

PEARCE, Edwin the Elder pastoralist Victor Harbor, died c1917. Father of Charles Frederick Pearce gardener Hindmarsh Valley and father-in-law of Edward Burgess Thomas INGLIS labourer Tailem Bend Memorial 73/475

PEARCE, Edwin the Elder grazier Victor Harbor, died 5/11/1916. Husband of Jane Pearce. Father of Edwin Pearce the Younger builder Victor Harbor and Albert Pearce farmer Encounter Bay licensed 1921 Memorial 106/484

PEARCE, Edwin the Elder grazier Victor Harbor, died 5/11/1916. He left his whole estate to his wife, Jane Pearce, in trust for life. Part of his real estate to be sold to raise money to distribute equally amongst his children - Walter, Charles Frederick (gardener Hindmarsh Island), Emily, Mary Jane, Martha, Sarah Ann, Ellen May Pearce and Maud TONKIN. George Pearce to get only £100. It did not appear that Edwin Pearce inherited anything either, if he did not buy land from the estate. Edward Burgess Thomas INGLIS formerly labourer Tailem Bend now railway employee Murray Bridge was a son-in-law. Certain broad acre land willed to Edwin Pearce's grandson, Lionel Cyrell Pearce. Edwin Pearce's widow, Jane Pearce, died 23/8/1924, of 3 weeks' cerebral haemorrhage, aged 83. Born in Cornwall, England, she had emigrated to SA 75 years before 1924. Married aged 17 years. 5 sons and 7 daughters living; 1 son deceased Application 27799

No 3

PEARCE, Edwin storekeeper Kooringa 1923 Memorial 179/487

PEARCE, Edwin William butcher Richmond. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1916 Grant Book 2 Page 34 County Adelaide

No 1

PEARCE, Enoder farmer and blacksmith Tam O’Shanter Belt 1850 He sold land for the Tam O’Shanter Belt Wesleyan Methodist Church Memorial 220/25

PEARCE, Enoder of Currie St, Adelaide 1848 Memorial 302/13

PEARCE, Enoder blacksmith Adelaide 1854 Memorial 82/65

PEARCE, Enoder gentleman Adelaide 1855 Memorial 119/231

PEARCE, Enoder, died. Husband of Grace Pearce, who died 8/12/1897. Parents of Mary Jane POOLE wife of Thomas John Poole. Mrs Poole died 28/4/1902. Her husband died 5/10/1897. The surviving Poole family as of 1908included - Marian Adelaide ATKINS wife of Thomas Benjamin Atkins coachpainter Norwood, Florence Ida FOSTER wife of William Herbert Foster stock clerk Adelaide, Harriet Grace WALLACE wife of Arthur Ernest Wallace blacksmith Aldgate, Ma bel Alice MARTIN widow of Albert Martin coachsmith Parkside, Emily Charlotte SANDERS wife of Ernest Wesley Sanders rubber works manager Maylands, and Edith Mary DEVINE (youngest child - born 5/8/1876) wife of Daniel Devine blacksmith Parkside Memorial 118/459

PEARCE, F clerk of the local court Riverton 1872[-1880] Memorial 162/259

PEARCE, Francis postmaster O'Halloran Hill 1854[-1856] Memorial 319/75

No 1

PEARCE, Francis James carpenter Kooringa 1902 Memorial 104/446

PEARCE, Francis James carpenter Kooringa 1902 Kooringa Methodist Church trustee Application 28412

No 1 – Francis Thomas Pearce

PEARCE, Francis of Wauraltee Hundred of Wauraltee land grant 1883 Grant Book 19 Page 224 County Fergusson

PEARCE, Francis Thomas farmer Wauraltee Hundred of Wauraltee land grant 1891 Grant Book 19 Page 225 County Fergusson

PEARCE, Frank grazier 130 Irish Harp Road, Enfield 1954 Memorial 92/531

No 1

PEARCE, Frederick contractor Redruth and Elizabeth Ann Pearce his wife 1900 Memorial 227/440

PEARCE, Elizabeth Ann married woman Redruth near Kooringa 1902 Memorial 60/446

No 2

PEARCE, Frederick shop assistant Aberdeen near Kooringa and Elizabeth Pearce his wife 1923 Memorial 45/487

PEARCE, Frederick shop assistant Aberdeen 1923, and Elizabeth Pearce his wife Application 27152

PEARCE, Frederick James farmer Thomas Plains. Hundred of Ninnes land grant 1904 Grant Book 14 Page 297 County Daly

No 1

PEARCE, Frederick Moxey contractor Aberdeen near Kooringa and Minetta May Pearce his wife 1918 Memorial 167/477

PEARCE, Frederick Moxey carpenter Aberdeen near Kooringa 1923 Memorial 117/487

PEARCE, Frederick Moxey contractor Aberdeen 1923, linked with Eric Ross Carleton Pearce salesman Aberdeen Application 27152

PEARCE, Frederick Moxey carpenter and builder Aberdeen near Kooringa 1937 Memorial 130/512

No 1 – perhaps the same person

PEARCE, Frederick Richard of the Hundred of Morgan. Hundred of Morgan land grant 1882 Grant Book 13 Page 416 County Dalhousie

PEARCE, Frederick Richard sheepfarmer Pt Augusta 1905 Memorial 159/453

No 1

PEARCE, George yeoman Burra Burra 1852 Memorial 81/39

PEARCE, George yeoman now or formerly of the Burra Burra Mine 1854. He owned land in Nairne Memorial 490/79

No 2

PEARCE, George gentleman Adelaide 1854 Memorial 255/66

No 3

PEARCE, George mason Norwood 1856 Linked with James Pearce blacksmith Mitcham Memorial 90/98

PEARCE, George builder Norwood 1855 Hundred of Alexandrina land grant Memorial 302/106

PEARCE, George farmer Point Pearce Lake Alexandrina 1856[-1857] Memorial 475/97 The Church of Christian Disciples member 1857 Memorial 225/125

PEARCE, George builder formerly of Adelaide but now of Point Sturt 1856 Memorial 89/107

PEARCE, George farmer Point Sturt Lake Alexandrina 1857 Linked with Henry Pearce gentleman Adelaide Memorial 350/114

PEARCE, George farmer near Milang 1861 Application 2036

PEARCE, George and William farmers Point Sturt Hundred of Mobilong land grant 1864 Grant Book 58 Page 369 County Sturt

PEARCE, George and William of Point Sturt 1865 Application 6436

PEARCE, George formerly builder Norwood 1855 but now gentleman Adelaide 1867. Linked with William Pearce farmer Point Sturt Application 8552

No 4

PEARCE, George gentleman Parkside [perhaps family link with James Pearce machinist Broughton?] Co Adelaide. Broughton (later Redhill Hundred of Redhill) township allotment land grant 1874 Grant Book 14 Page 496 County Daly

No 5

PEARCE, George farmer Goolwa Co Hindmarsh. Hundred of Crystal Brook land grant 1879 Grant Book 60 Page 226 County Victoria

No 6

PEARCE, George farmer Gordon 1888 Memorial 128/390

PEARCE, George farmer Gordon trustee unnamed Chapel Hundred of Kanyaka Hundred of Kanyaka land grant 1894 Grant Book 49 Page 71 County Newcastle

PEARCE, George Ebenezer farmer Yongala. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1881 Grant Book 13 Page 198 County Dalhousie

No 1

PEARCE, Henry butcher Adelaide 1853 Memorial 291/54

No 2

PEARCE, Henry gentleman Adelaide 1854[-1855] Memorial 269/75

No 3

PEARCE, Henry builder Norwood 1855 Memorial 303/106

PEARCE, Henry farmer Norwood 1855 Hundred of Alexandrina land grant Memorial 299/106

PEARCE, Henry and George farmers Point Sturt near Milang 1861 Application 2331

PEARCE, Henry formerly farmer Norwood 1855 now gentleman Walkerville 1869. Links with William Pearce farmer Point Sturt Application 10406

PEARCE, Henry died 20/8/1889. Family - George Pearce gentleman formerly of North Adelaide but now of Pt Elliot (His wife Mary Ann Pearce died 10/10/1908.), linked with James Pearce blacksmith formerly of Moonta but now of the Hundred of Alma, and William Pearce farmer Point Sturt 1908 Memorial 241/458

PEARCE, Henry gentleman formerly Norwood later North Adelaide, died 20/8/1889 Point Sturt. He left his estate to his sons - George Pearce gentleman North Adelaide (husband of Mary Ann Pearce), James Pearce blacksmith Moonta, William Pearce farmer Point Sturt (husband of Esther Pearce). The estate worth £5. William Pearce died 4/7/1909. His son, John Edward Pearce, was a farmer on the Kindaruar Estate Point Sturt in 1950. William Pearce's daughter, Ann Pearce spinster Point Sturt, died 18/8/1932, leaving an estate worth £4,074. Mary Edith Pearce and Esther Jane Pearce were sisters to Ann Pearce Application 28729.

No 4

PEARCE, Henry mason Mintaro 1861 Application 2286

No 5 - possibly the same person

PEARCE, Henry draper's assistant Kooringa 1877 Memorial 44/297

PEARCE, Henry draper Kooringa 1881 Memorial 50/336

PEARCE, Henry grocer Kooringa 1884 Memorial 129/374

No 6

PEARCE, Henry farmer Baldina 1885 Memorial 84/370

No 1 - possibly the same person

PEARCE, Hugh miner Wallaroo Mines 1876 Memorial 94/289

PEARCE, Hugh farmer Hundred of Wallaroo linked with Jacob Pearce farmer Kadina 1903 Memorial 34/449

PEARCE, Hugh farmer Kadina. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1904 Grant Book 14 Page 95 County Daly

PEARCE, Hugh retired farmer Kadina. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1912 Grant Book 14 Page 255 County Daly

No 1

PEARCE, Hugh John and Stephen bootmakers Adelaide (Rundle St) trading under the style or firm of Pearce Bros 1881 Memorial 117/333

PEARCE, Hugh John manufacturer Adelaide 1902 Memorial 200/445

PEARCE, Hugh John boot manufacturer Pt Adelaide 1912 Memorial 30/467

PEARCE, Isaac James of Gordon [the township??] 1888 Memorial 135/389

No 1

PEARCE, James sawyer Upper Sturt 1847 Memorial 222/8

PEARCE, James [formerly sawyer Upper Sturt but now] farmer Mt Barker 1852[-1855] Memorial 385/44

PEARCE, James [formerly farmer Mt Barker but now] licensed victualler Adelaide (Grenfell St) 1872 Memorial 112/260

PEARCE, James licensed victualler Sturt Hotel, Adelaide, died c1874. Husband of Hannah Pearce Memorial 142/275

No 2

PEARCE, James timber merchant Kooringa 1851[-1861] Memorial 490/38

PEARCE, James hardwareman Kapunda 1863 Memorial 112/524

PEARCE, James merchant Kapunda, Thomas PADMAN merchant Adelaide and William Faulkner WINCEY merchant Gawler trading under the style of firm of Pearce, Wincey & Co 1864 Memorial 140/199

PEARCE, James, Thomas PADMAN and William Faulkner WINCEY iron and timber merchants Kapunda 1865 Memorial 238/202

PEARCE, James merchant Kapunda. Kapunda Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee 1865 Memorial 275/206

PEARCE, James MP Esquire Kapunda 1873 Memorial 220/266

PEARCE, James JP merchant Kapunda 1877[-1882] Memorial 229/298

PEARCE, James the Hon MLC of Kapunda 1879 Memorial 220/314

PEARCE, James hardwareman Kapunda 1896 Memorial 199/431

No 3

PEARCE, James blacksmith Mitcham 1854 Memorial 451/76

No 4

PEARCE, James carpenter Hindmarsh 1856 Memorial 321/113

PEARCE, James carpenter [formerly of Hindmarsh but now of] Bowden 1856[-1857] Memorial 97/113

No 5

PEARCE, James carpenter Robe Town 1860 Application 1395

PEARCE, James carpenter and builder Robe 1863 Application 4620

PEARCE, James farmer Robe Hundred of Waterhouse land grant 1863 Grant Book 50 Page 11 County Robe

No 6

PEARCE, James blacksmith Mt Barker 1861 Memorial 128/174

PEARCE, James formerly blacksmith Mt Barker but then machinist Redhill 1875 Application 14673

PEARCE, James machinist Broughton [later called Redhill]. Broughton township allotment land grant 1874 Grant Book 14 Page 495 County Daly

No 7

PEARCE, James merchant Kapunda 1868 Application 9207

PEARCE, James merchant Kapunda Kapunda Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee 1875[-1876] Application 14751

PEARCE, James merchant Kapunda Co Light. Hundred of Bright land grant 1883 Grant Book 9 Page 47 County Burra

PEARCE, James MLC Kapunda 1884 stated that he was a brother to William Pearce gentleman, late of Adelaide House, Queen’s Road, Peckham, Surrey, England, who died 19/11/1878. When James Pearce arrived in SA during 1849, William Pearce already owned land (Section 411 Hundred of Yatala) in the province, and rented it out to various tenants until his death Application 20202

No 8 – perhaps the same person

PEARCE, James farmer Yatina. Yatina (Hundred of Black Rock Plain) township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 13 Page 7 County Dalhousie

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

No 9 - perhaps the same person

PEARCE, James the Younger farmer Macclesfield Co Adelaide. Hundred of Black Rock Plain land grant 1879 Grant Book 13 Page 104 County Dalhousie

PEARCE, James the Younger farmer Caltowie Co Victoria. Hundred of Morgan land grant 1882 Grant Book 13 Page 416 County Dalhousie

PEARCE, James the Younger farmer Yatina 1887 Memorial 126/383

No 1

PEARCE, James Richard carpenter Adelaide 1844 Memorial 245/4

PEARCE, James Richard builder North Adelaide 1847 Memorial 333/9

PEARCE, James Richard builder Adelaide 1847 Memorial 181/44

PEARCE, James Richard of North Adelaide (Kermode St) 1852 Memorial 358/40

PEARCE, James Sydney company manager Adelaide (Bennett's Buildings, Currie St) 1949 Memorial 127/523

No 1 - probably the same person

PEARCE, Jeffery dealer Kooringa 1875 Memorial 72/297

PEARCE, Jeffrey teamster Kooringa 1877 Memorial 39/300

No 1

PEARCE, John the Elder gover Walton St, Aylesbury, Bucks, England 1843, power of attorney to William Pearce merchant tailor Adelaide, to sell his SA real estate 1847 Application 19557

No 2

PEARCE, John farmer Section 489 Hundred of Noarlunga 1850 Memorial 355/25

No 3

PEARCE, John carpenter Willunga 1853[-1855] Memorial 238/49

No 4 - perhaps a continuation of No 3

PEARCE, John builder Cape Jervis 1855 Memorial 318/84

PEARCE, John carpenter Yankalilla 1866[-1881] Memorial 105/217

No 5

PEARCE, John farmer Munno Para 1852[-1853] Memorial 387/40

No 6

PEARCE, John yeoman North Adelaide 1852 Memorial 454/43

PEARCE, John [formerly yeoman North Adelaide but now] farmer Clare 1853[-1869] Memorial 416/74

No 7 – the Elder and the Younger

PEARCE, John farmer Mintaro 1854 Memorial 76/74

PEARCE, John farmer Hope Vale 1856 Memorial 317/108

PEARCE, John farmer Hope Vale Farm near Mintaro 1865 Memorial 101/206

PEARCE, John the Younger farmer Mintaro Co Stanley. Hundred of Caltowie land grant 1878 Grant Book 60 Page 186 County Victoria

No 8

PEARCE, John labourer Houghton 1855 Memorial 406/84

No 9

PEARCE, John stonemason Redruth 1859 Memorial 324/155

PEARCE, John builder Aberdeen 1875[-1882] Memorial 159/282

No 10

PEARCE, John labourer Norwood 1860[-1861] Memorial 19/178

No 11

PEARCE, John the Elder farmer Spring Gully near Saddleworth 1865 Memorial 13/206

No 12

PEARCE, John timber merchant Kooringa 1873 Memorial 165/270

PEARCE, John builder Kooringa, became a bankrupt in 1883 Memorial 57/352

PEARCE, John builder Kooringa 1889 Memorial 106/399

PEARCE, John contractor Kooringa 1910 Memorial 163/463

PEARCE, John builder Kooringa 1913 Memorial 7/469

PEARCE, John carpenter and builder Kooringa, died 7/2/1927. His wife, Elizabeth Jane Pearce, had already died. Father of Alfred Ernest Pearce formerly mercantile clerk Pt Pirie but now bookkeeper Fullarton. Estate worth £4,500. AE Pearce died 8/9/1943 Memorial 189/497 & RPA Search 395

No 13 – mixture of the Elder and the Younger

PEARCE, John mason Ulooloo Co Burra. Hundred of Anne land grant 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 8 County Victoria

PEARCE, John the Elder farmer Ulooloo Co Burra. Hundred of Pirie land grant 1882 Grant Book 60 Page 296 County Victoria

PEARCE, John the Younger farmer Ulooloo Co Burra. Hundred of Pirie land grant 1883 Grant Book 60 Page 297 County Victoria

PEARCE, John teamster Kooringa Co Burra. Hundred of Ayers land grant 1877 Grant Book 56 Page 194 County Stanley

No 14

PEARCE, John hotelkeeper Yongala. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1877 Grant Book 13 Page 188 County Dalhousie

PEARCE, John hotelkeeper Yongala trustee Yongala cemetery 1878 Grant Book 13 Page 191 County Dalhousie

PEARCE, John of Yongala linked with John CHERRY official assignee Adelaide 1881 Grant Book 13 Page 199 County Dalhousie

No 15 – perhaps a continuation of No 14

PEARCE, John storekeeper Mt Bryan 1882 Memorial 19/345

PEARCE, John formerly of Mt Bryan but now hotelkeeper Kooringa 1887[-1892] Memorial 65/384

PEARCE, John hotelkeeper Mt Bryan 1894 Memorial 235/422

No 16

PEARCE, John labourer Portland Estate 1881 Application 18683

No 17

PEARCE, John labourer Yatina. Hundred of Morgan land grant 1883 Grant Book 13 Page 418 County Dalhousie

No 18

PEARCE, John carpenter Middleton 1885 Memorial 227/368

PEARCE, John carpenter Middleton 1893 Application 22463

No 19

PEARCE, John of the Hundred of Pirie linked with Samuel Pearce no description 1887 Memorial 143/385

No 20

PEARCE, John Methodist minister Goodwood 1904 Memorial 141/452

No 1

PEARCE, John Edgar carpenter Kooringa 1926 Application 27501

PEARCE, John Edgar carpenter Kooringa. Kooringa Methodist Church trustee 1926 Memorial 171/494

PEARCE, John Edward and William Pearce farmers Point Sturt linked with Ann and Emily Catherine Pearce spinsters Point Sturt 1896 Memorial 226/428

No 1

PEARCE, John James Collins company director Adelaide (Eagle Chambers, Pirie St) 1929 Memorial 35/501

PEARCE, John James Collins formerly company director Adelaide (Eagle Chambers, Pirie St) but now agent Tutt Ave, Kingswood 1931 Memorial 196/504

PEARCE, John Thomas farmer Brownhill Creek 1856 Memorial 347/112

No 1

PEARCE, Max clerk to ELDER, SMITH & Co Kooringa 1919 Memorial 140/478

PEARCE, Max business manager Kooringa 1944 Memorial 63/518

PEARCE, Phillip carter McVittie Flat Hundred of Hallett Hundred of Pinda land grant 1882 Grant Book 24 Page 590 County Frome

No 1

PEARCE, Richard miner Kooringa 1851[-1853] Hundred of Yatala land purchase Memorial 150/39

No 2 - perhaps the same person

PEARCE, Richard farmer Baldina 1883[-1885] Memorial 193/353

PEARCE, Richard out of business formerly of Kooringa late of North Adelaide, died 19/3/1898 a bachelor and intestate. Estate worth £300. Letters of administration to his brother and heir at law Samuel Pearce farmer Leighton Deposit 85/1917

No 3

PEARCE, Richard of Kadina trustee for a school Kadina 1871 Grant Book 14 Page 53 County Daly

No 4

PEARCE, Richard farmer Wirreanda 1885 Memorial 179/369

PEARCE, Rosetta spinster Kooringa, died 19/3/1931. Bequests to Edgar Pearce contractor Kooringa, Margaret OATES married woman Kooringa and Louisa COGLIN spinster Kooringa, Grace LAWSON of Kooringa and William Edward STEVEN medical practitioner Kooringa Memorial 88/504

No 1

PEARCE, Samuel miner Kooringa 1850 Memorial 368/21

PEARCE, Samuel gold digger Houghton 1853 Memorial 195/48

PEARCE, Samuel farmer Houghton 1855[-1859] Memorial 119/82

PEARCE, Samuel licensed victualler Little Para 1854[-1856] Memorial 409/64

PEARCE, Samuel licensed victualler Houghton 1855 Memorial 204/88 Husband of Elizabeth Sarah Pearce 1855 Memorial 455/91

PEARCE, Samuel formerly miner Kooringa now licensed victualler Houghton 1856 Memorial 355/98

PEARCE, Samuel licensed victualler Houghton 1858 Member of the Houghton Land, Building and Investment Society Memorial 322/136

PEARCE, Samuel formerly licensed victualler 1858 but now contractor Houghton 1864 Application 5520

PEARCE, Samuel formerly licensed victualler 1855 but now farmer Houghton 1872 Application 12101

PEARCE, Samuel contractor Houghton Co Adelaide. Broughton (later calle Redhill Hundred of Redhill) township allotment land grant 1882 Grant Book 14 Page 293 County Daly

No 2

PEARCE, Samuel tinman Adelaide (King William St) 1853[-1858] Memorial 477/61

PEARCE, Samuel agent Adelaide 1861 Application 2109

PEARCE, Samuel formerly tinsmith 1858 but now agent Adelaide 1864 Application 5749

PEARCE, Samuel tinman Adelaide (Hindley St) 1879 Application 17216

No 3

PEARCE, Samuel tinsmith Thebarton 1855[-1857] Memorial 439/82

No 4

PEARCE, Samuel commission agent Adelaide 1860[-1871] Memorial 146/166

PEARCE, Samuel of Adelaide manager of the Adelaide Loan Society 1869 Memorial 81/246

PEARCE, Samuel agent formerly of Adelaide but now of Kensington 1874 Memorial 235/271

PEARCE, Samuel agent Adelaide 1877 Memorial 90/299

PEARCE, Samuel agent The Semaphore 1880 Application 18399

PEARCE, Samuel agent Semaphore 1886 Memorial 168/378

PEARCE, Samuel agent formerly of Adelaide but now of the Semaphore linked with Mary Pearce spinster the Semaphore 1889 Memorial 12/397

No 5 - perhaps the same person

PEARCE, Samuel and Pearce, Richard farmers Upper Wakefield 1864 Application 5554

PEARCE, Samuel farmer Mintaro. Hundred of Ayers land grant 1866 Grant Book 56 Page 200 County Stanley

PEARCE, Samuel farmer near Kooringa. Hundred of Ayers land grant 1868 Grant Book 56 Page 203 County Stanley

PEARCE, Samuel farmer Leighton 1885 Memorial 71/372

PEARCE, Samuel farmer Leighton linked with Ann and Emma Pearce spinsters Prospect 1899 Memorial 142/439

No 6

PEARCE, Samuel farmer Ulooloo Co Burra. Hundred of Pirie land grant 1882 Grant Book 60 Page 296 County Victoria

PEARCE, Samuel farmer Hundred of Pirie. Hundred of Wandearah land grant 1890 Grant Book 60 Page 328 County Victoria

PEARCE, Samuel farmer Wandearah. Hundred of Wandearah land grant 1898 Grant Book 60 Page 329 County Victoria

No 7

PEARCE, Samuel farmer Gordon. Trustee unnamed Chapel Hundred of Kanyaka Hundred of Kanyaka land grant 1894 Grant Book 49 Page 71 County Newcastle

PEARCE, Samuel Henry farmer Dublin 1914 Memorial 126/471

PEARCE, Samuel Isaac farmer Thomas Plains. Hundred of Ninnes land grant 1904 Grant Book 14 Page 297 County Daly

No 1

PEARCE, Samuel William farmer Belalie. Trustee Wesleyan Methodist Chapel Jamestown Jamestown (Hundred of Belalie) township allotment land grant 1872[-1873] Grant Book 60 Page 133 County Victoria

PEARCE, Samuel William accountant Kapunda Co Light. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1874 Grant Book 60 Page 112 County Victoria

PEARCE, Samuel William farmer Wonna 1885 Memorial 216/366

PEARCE, Samuel William farmer formerly of Wonna but now of Upper Sturt 1890 Memorial 197/403

No 1

PEARCE, Sarah widow Kadina 1888 Memorial 73/390

PEARCE, Sarah widow Kadina Hundred of Maitland land grant 1893 Grant Book 19 Page 108 County Fergusson

No 2

PEARCE, Sarah widow Ayr St, Kooringa, died 4/12/1928. Mother of Emma COCKRUM wife of John Cockrum, Elizabeth Pearce, Thurza Pearce, Edith Alice TIVER wife of Charles Tiver, Evelyn Blanche Pearce, Camelia Millicent May Pearce, William Henry Pearce, Frederick Pearce, Walter Pearce storeman Aberdeen near Kooringa, Albert James Pearce, Thomas Alfred Pearce and Francis Percy Pearce Memorial 90/501

No 1

PEARCE, Thomas farmer Third Creek 1855 Memorial 203/91

PEARCE, Thomas farmer The Finniss 1856 Memorial 54/108

PEARCE, Thomas farmer Finniss River Hundred of Nangkita land grant 1865 Grant Book 37 Page 57 County Hindmarsh

PEARCE, Thomas farmer Currency Creek Hundred of Nangkita land grant 1866 Grant Book 37 Page 57 County Hindmarsh

PEARCE, Thomas farmer near Currency Creek 1866 Application 7660

PEARCE, Thomas farmer Lower Currency Creek 1867 Memorial 108/222

PEARCE, Thomas no description, died c1875. He left his entire estate to his wife, Eliza Pearce, during her widowhood, then to his brothers in equal shares. If the widow married one of the brothers, then the couple to keep the testator's estate absolutely. Edward John Pearce of Myrtle Grove near Goolwa appointed one of the executors. Cecila Pearce and Isaac James Pearce witnessed the will Memorial 162/281

No 2

PEARCE, Thomas shoemaker Houghton 1858 Memorial 81/138

No 3

PEARCE, Thomas sawyer Kooringa 1861 Memorial 167/180

No 4

PEARCE, Thomas storekeeper Beltana Out of Hundreds. Beltana (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 65 Page 4 County Not named

No 5

PEARCE, Thomas stockowner Mt Bryan 1889 Memorial 97/400

No 6

PEARCE, Thomas postmaster Lyndhurst Siding Out of Hundreds. Lyndhurst (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1896 Grant Book 65 Page 278 County Not named

PEARCE, Thomas Henry sheep farmer Hundred of Bundey 1885 Memorial 79/371

No 1

PEARCE, Thomas Whitney carpenter Kooringa 1873 Memorial 166/270

PEARCE, Thomas W undertaker Kooringa 1886 Application 21073

PEARCE, Thomas Whitney builder Kooringa, died 6/12/1905 intestate. Husband of Elizabeth Mary Pearce, who died 26/9/1917. Estates worth £800. Parents of Rosetta Pearce spinster Kooringa Memorials 187 & 188/476

PEARCE, Thomas Whitney builder Kooringa family as at 1906 - Elizabeth Mary Pearce widow Kooringa; His children - Jane NEWMAN married woman Chain of Ponds, Sarah and Rosetta Pearce spinsters Kooringa and Edward Alfred Pearce undertaker Perth WA Memorial 131/495

PEARCE, Thomas Whitney died 6/12/1905. His widow Elizabeth Mary Pearce of Kooringa, died 6/9/1917. Parents of Sarah Elizabeth Pearce (died 19/5/1927), Rosetta Pearce (died 19/3/1931), Jane NEWMAN married woman Chain of Ponds and Edward Albert Pearce stock inspector Prospect. Mrs Newman died 27/5/1924. Her family as at 1931 included - Whitney Charles Newman, Vincent Edward Lewis Newman, George Lyndsley Newman, Cyril Leonard Newman, Stanley Pearce Newman, all gardeners Mildred Linnaie Newman spinster Vera Keen DEANE married woman all of Chain of Ponds, Dorothy Rosetta JOHNS married woman Houghton and Gladys May YOUNG married woman Payneham Memorial 120/504 & RPA Search 525

PEARCE, Tobias farmer McLaren Vale 1855[-1858] Memorial 25/87

No 1

PEARCE, Walter farmer Morphett Vale 1853 Memorial 43/56

PEARCE, Walter licensed victualler Noarlunga 1855[-1857] Memorial 479/90

No 2

PEARCE, Walter drayman Kooringa 1900[-1902] Memorial 44/440

No 1

PEARCE, William tailor Adelaide (Pirie St) 1839 Memorial 482/60

PEARCE, William tailor Adelaide 1842 Memorial 379/1

PEARCE, William tailor Kooringa 1849 Memorial 207/65

PEARCE, William tailor Kooringa 1851 Memorial 20/33

PEARCE, William tailor and habit maker Adelaide (Rundle St), an insolvent debtor 1851

PEARCE, William tailor Adelaide 1852[-1854] Memorial 144/44

PEARCE, William merchant tailor Adelaide 1859 Memorial 404/19

PEARCE, William formerly of Adelaide, but now stationer Brighton, Sussex, England 1860 Memorial 312/161

PEARCE, William formerly tailor Adelaide but now publisher Brighton, Sussex, England 1864 Memorial 110/200

No 2

PEARCE, William carpenter Adelaide 1843 Memorial 49/65

No 3

PEARCE, William mariner Pt Adelaide 1851 Memorial 209/35

PEARCE, William formerly mariner Pt Adelaide 1851 but now miner Sydney Flat near Sandhurst Vic 1874. Mrs J INGHAM widow Thebarton was his local attorney Application 14044

PEARCE, William miner Sydney Flat near Sandhurst Vic. He owned land in Queenstown 1874 Memorial 142/279

PEARCE, William formerly mariner Pt Adelaide but now of Bendigo Vic 1875 Memorial 124/279

No 4

PEARCE, William miner Adelaide 1853[-1856] Memorial 2762/59

PEARCE, William of the Bugle Ranges purchased land in Callington on the Bremer 1859 Application 907.

PEARCE, William miner [formerly of Adelaide but now of] Callington on the Bremer 1860 Memorial 191/173

PEARCE, William shoemaker Callington on the Bremer 1862 Memorial 152/379

PEARCE, William miner formerly of Adelaide 1853 but now of Callington 1875 Application 14375

PEARCE, William shoemaker Callington 1883 Application 19941

No 5

PEARCE, William farmer Kooringa 1854 Memorial 291/73

No 6

PEARCE, William labourer Bungaree near Clare 1858 Memorial 231/147

PEARCE, William shepherd Bungaree near Clare 1862 Memorial 320/183

No 7 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

PEARCE, William draper Kooringa 1871 Memorial 129/253

PEARCE, W secretary to the Kooringa branch of the National Building and Investment Society 1876[-1881] Memorial 68/315

PEARCE, William agent Kooringa 1885 Application 20466

PEARCE, William the Elder agent Kooringa 1891 Kooringa Methodist Church trustee Application 28412

PEARCE, William the Elder tailor Kooringa, died 14/11/1899. Husband of Susannah Pearce. Father of Charles James Pearce cabinetmaker Kooringa and Mary JORDAN. Uncle to William Pearce the Younger storekeeper Kooringa Memorial 73/521

No 8 - the Younger

PEARCE, William grocer's assistant Kooringa 1872 Memorial 221/262

PEARCE, William the Younger grocer's assistant Kooringa 1876 Memorial 236/291

PEARCE, William the Younger storekeeper Kooringa 1880[-1883] Memorial 45/328, Application 27634

PEARCE, William the Younger storekeeper Kooringa 1891 Kooringa Methodist Church trustee Application 28412

PEARCE, William (formerly the Younger) storekeeper Kooringa linked with Charles James and James Alfred Pearce storekeepers Kooringa 1902 Memorial 57/447

No 10

PEARCE, William farmer Point Sturt 1875 Memorial 246/279

PEARCE, William farmer Point Sturt 1898. Linked with Ann and Emily Catherine Pearce spinsters and John Edward Pearce farmer Point Sturt Application 23722

PEARCE, William farmer Point Sturt, died 4/7/1909. Father of Arthur William Pearce and John Edward Pearce farmers Point Pearce Memorial 237/461

PEARCE, William farmer Point Sturt, died 4/7/1909. His widow, Esther Pearce, died 11/2/1927. Parents of Arthur William Pearce and J ohn Edward Pearce farmers Point Sturt; also Ann Pearce, Esther Jane Pearce and Mary Edith Pearce spinsters Point Sturt. 2 other daughters mentioned but not named Memorial 106/498

No 11

PEARCE, William farmer Mannanarie. Hundred of Mannanarie land grant 1878[-1879] Grant Book 13 Page 74 County Dalhousie

No 12

PEARCE, William licensed victualler Beltana, died 18/8/1880 Memorial 20/385

No 13

PEARCE, William labourer Booleroo 1895 Memorial 13/424

No 14

PEARCE, William miner Moonta. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1897 Grant Book 14 Page 93 County Daly

No 1

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

PEARCE, William James farmer Clare Hundred of Boucaut land grant 1881 Grant Book 55 Page 38 County Stanley

PEARCE, William James farmer Condowie Plains 1890 Memorial 83/403

PEARCE, WM of Ardrossan Ardrossan 1884 Memorial 105/359

PEARCE, WS clerk to Thomas GEPP solicitor Adelaide 1883 Memorial 115/352

PEARCE, William Silas of Bordertown 1897 Memorial 33/430

PEARCE, Willie Edmonds sharebroker Adelaide (Gilbert Place) 1896[-1897] Memorials 125/428 & 49/433

PEARMAN, Reginald Henry clerk in holy orders St Michael's Rectory Fullarton Road, Springfield 1941 Memorial 106/515

No 1 - perhaps the same person

PEARN, William wheelwright McLaren Vale 1852[-1867] Memorial 213/50

PEARN, William carpenter Gloucester near McLaren Vale 1856 Application 22328

PEARN, William labourer McLaren Vale and Elizabeth Pearn his wife. Links with the William COOPER family of Gilles St, Adelaide 1889 Memorial 58/400

PEARN, William labourer McLaren Vale 1889, declared that he came to live in the area in 1849. He died 19/10/1899 McLaren Flat, of senile decay, aged 101. His wife, Elizabeth Pearn, died 21/7/1892 McLaren Vale, of senile decay, aged 82 Application 24665

PEARSE, Ada B spinster sheepfarmer Gum Station via Mt Mary 1910 Memorial 34/463

No 1

PEARSE, Bertram Wellesley sheepfarmer Caroona Station 1903 Memorial 236/449

PEARSE, Bertram Wellesley sheepfarmer Caroona Station linked with Thomas Henry Pearse and Norman Hiles Pearse both of Gum Station via Mt Mary 1908 Memorial 181/458

PEARSE, Bertram Wellesley out of business Adelaide and Jane Elphinstone Pearse his wife 1911 Memorial 219/464

No 1

PEARSE, Charles produce merchant Hawthorn 1908 Memorial 127/460

PEARSE, Charles out of business Hawthorn 1919[-1922] Application 26754, Memorial 87/485

PEARSE, Henry overseer Caroona Station 1883 Memorial 186/354

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

PEARSE, Henry Hezekiah farmer Hundred of Bundey 1885 Memorial 249/368

PEARSE, HH overseer Hundred of Bundey 1886 Memorial 12/376

PEARSE, Harold Leslie sheepfarmer Grassville Station linked with Thomas Henry Pearse and Norman Hiles Pearse of Gum Station via Mt Mary 1909 Memorial 53/461

PEARSE, Herbert, John and Thomas Hervey all of Kooringa 1880 Memorial 102/327

No 1

PEARSE, James Richard carpenter formerly of Adelaide 1838 but now of North Adelaide 1840 Application 14017.

PEARSE, James Richard carpenter Adelaide 1851 Memorial 164/37

No 1

PEARSE, Jeffrey of Kooringa contractor Kooringa 1879 Memorial 211/316

PEARSE, Jeffrey of Kooringa, died 12/6/1886. His widow, Mary Jane Pearse, died 12/5/1888. Daughter Asthena Pearse died 9/10/1889. Youngest child, Eva Maud Pearse, turned 21 on 30/11/1898. Father of Ann HOWES wife of Henry Howes miner Broken Hill NSW, Elizabeth Jane Pearse spinster Kooringa, Mary JAMES wife of Thomas James miner Beaconsfield WA, Harriet BOLLEN wife of William Bollen greengrocer Broken Hill NSW, Ellen BURT wife of Arthur James Burt minister of the gospel Parkside, William Pearse coachbuilder Kalgoorlie WA, James Elliott Pearse carrier Great Boulder WA, Alfred Henry Pearse carrier Kalgoorlie WA and Eva Maud Pearse spinster Kooringa Memorial 213/436

PEARSE family of Kooringa by 1921- Ann HOWES wife of Henry Howes miner Broken Hill NSW; Mary JAMES wife of Thomas James miner Beaconsfield WA; Harriet BOLLEN wife of William Bollen greengrocer Broken Hill; Ellen BURT wife of Arthur James Burt minister of the gospel formerly of Parkside but now of Croydon near Sydney NSW; William Pearse formerly coachbuilder Kalgoorlie WA but now farmer Meckering; James Elliot Pearse formerly carrier Great Boulder WA but now clerk Adelaide; Alfred Henry Pearse carrier Kalgoorlie WA; and Eva Maud Pearse spinster formerly of Kooringa but now of Broken Hill NSW Memorial 109/484

No 1 - perhaps the same person

PEARSE, Richard builder Gumeracha and Jane Barnes Pearse his wife 1876 Application 15603.

PEARSE, Richard farmer Wirreanda 1885 Memorial 179/369

No 1

PEARSE, Thomas Henry farmer Hundred of Bundey, HH Pearse mentioned but not described 1885 Memorial 199/366

PEARSE, Thomas Henry of The Gums Station Hundred of Bundey 1885[-1897] Memorial 57/369

PEARSE, Thomas Henry sheep farmer Hundred of Bundey 1885[-1898] Memorial 40/370

PEARSE, Charlotte Adeline Louisa wife of Thomas Henry Pearse The Gums near Burra, died 13/7/1895, of phthisis, aged 34 Application 24976.

PEARSE, Thomas Henry sheepfarmer formerly of Mt Bryan but now of The Gums Station 1900 Memorial 144/441

PEARSE, Thomas Henry sheepfarmer formerly of near Terowie but now of The Gums Station near Florieton linked with Beatrice Helena Pearse spinster Adelaide (Hindley St) 1901 Memorial 125/443

PEARSE, Thomas Henry sheepfarmer Hundred of Bundey. Hundred of Bundey land grant 1913 Grant Book 9 Page 68 County Burra

PEARSE, Thomas Henry of The Gums Station near Kooringa. Father of Harold Leslie Pearse and Norman Hiles Pearse both of The Gums Station near Kooringa 1920 Memorial 199/479

PEARSE, Thomas W undertaker Kooringa 1895 Application 24976.

No 1

PEARSON, Abraham yeoman Unley 1852[-1856] Memorial 45/44

PEARSON, Abraham formerly yeoman Unley 1852 but now farmer Kapunda 1871 Application 11290.

PEARSON, Alexander sheepfarmer Reedy Creek Hundred of Smith land grant 1861 Grant Book 50 Page 7 County Robe

No 1

PEARSON, Alfred Thomas gardener Underdale, Clarence Aubrey Pearson gardener formerly of Netley but now of Underdale and Wallace Henry Pearson gardener formerly of Underdale but now of Netley, all involved with the estate of the late Henry Charles Pearson formerly gardener Norman St, Underdale now deceased 1937 Memorial 183/511

PEARSON, Alfred Thomas gardener Underdale linked with Charles Aubrey Pearson gardener formerly of Underdale but now of Netley, and Wallace Henry Pearson gardener formerly of Underdale but now of Netley 1947 Memorial 42/521

PEARSON, Annie restauranteur Millswood 1904 Memorial 150/451

PEARSON, Arthur Frederick bookseller Adelaide 1892 Memorial 22/412

No 1

PEARSON, Bartholomew Herman of Glencoe Hundred of Mayurra land grant 1881 Grant Book 31 Page 228 County Grey

PEARSON, Bartholomew Herman labourer Glencoe Hundred of Young land grant 1898 Grant Book 30 Page 128 County Grey

PEARSON, Bartholomew Herman farmer Glencoe. Glencoe Public Hall trustee 1914 Memorial 70/471

No 1

PEARSON, Charles Henry Esquire Haverhill Farm Mt Remarkable 1865 Memorial 149/205

PEARSON, Charles Henry JP of Melrose 1865 Memorial 80/207

PEARSON, Charles Henry Esquire Melrose, about to leave the province, power of attorney to Arthur HARDY Esquire Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 15/12/1865. A Charles Henry Pearson m Edith Lucille BUTLER Deposit 126/1886, 114/1880

PEARSON, Charles Henry Esquire formerly of Melrose but now in parts beyond the seas 1866 Memorial 333/208

PEARSON, Charles Henry Esquire formerly of Melrose but now of Lincoln's Inn, London, England 1867 Application 8281.

PEARSON, Charles Henry Esquire formerly of Mt Remarkable but now of Farnham Royal, Bucks, England 1870 Memorial 40/247

PEARSON, Charles Henry Esquire Haverhill near Mt Remarkable 1871 Memorial 95/257

PEARSON, Charles Henry bachelor MA Oriel College, Oxford Yattalunga Munno Para (Father: Rev'd John Norman Pearson) married Edith Lucille BUTLER spinster Yattalunga Munno Para (Father: Philip Butler) on 10/12/1872 St George's Gawler. Minister; WH COOMBS. Witnesses: P COCKBURN gentleman North Adelaide and Alice BUTLER of Yattalunga Application 26299.

PEARSON, Charles Henry Esquire formerly of Melrose Mt Remarkable 1865 now of Melbourne Vic 1877 Application 16255

PEARSON, Charles Henry Esquire formerly of Haverhill near Mt Remarkable but now of Melbourne Vic 1878[-1882] Memorial 179/322

No 1

PEARSON, Charles Mason butcher Thebarton 1854[-1865] Memorial 198/65 Cattle dealer Thebarton 1855 Memorial 186/84 Yeoman Thebarton 1855 Memorial 205/91

PEARSON, Charles Mason shepherd Thebarton 1856[-1860] Memorial 268/109

PEARSON, Charles Mason butcher Thebarton 1857[-1865] Memorial 277/121

PEARSON, Charles Mason butcher Thebarton 1860 Application 1604.

PEARSON, Charles Mason of Thebarton 1864 Application 5605.

PEARSON, Charles Mason of Thebarton, died 27/4/1866. His widow, Eliza Pearson, died 14/4/1878. Children Emily Pearson and Charles Henry Pearson died under age and unmarried before their parents. Daughter Ellen Pearson spinster Adelaide still unmarried by 1885. The other surviving child, Eliza Pearson, married 28/4/1881 to Andrew Christopher HARLEY farmer Strathalbyn 1885 Memorial 104/372

PEARSON, Charles Mason married Eliza COOK on 19/11/1848 in Stepney parish church, Middlesex, England. The family emigrated to SA 1853. CM Pearson shepherd Thebarton died, leaving his estate to his widow for life, then to his children in equal shares. Eliza Pearson died 1878. Family - Charles William Pearson born 11/9/1849 died 11/3/1851 England; Emily Pearson born 9/6/1851 England died 9/7/1869 Thebarton; Eliza Pearson born 8/12/1852 England died 18/2/1854 Thebarton; Mary Ann Pearson born 16/1/1855 Thebarton died 4/1/1856 Thebarton; Eliza Pearson bon 21/6/18566 Thebarton married 30/4/1881 to Andrew Christopher HARLEY tanner then of Hindmarsh now of Thebarton; Charles Henry Pearson born 28/8/1858 died 12/7/1875 unmarried; Ellen Pearson born 11/9/1860 Thebarton and still living there; Robert Mead Pearson gentleman Sydney NSW, brother to Charles Mason Pearson gave the above information 1883 Application 20942.

PEARSON, Charles Mason born 5/11/1821 Chelmsford, Essex, England. Personal estate to his wife, Eliza, absolutely. Real estate in trust to his wife for life or until remarriage, then to benefit his children equally absolutely in remainder expectant. His wife and HL Durieu of Adelaide, to be the executors. CM Pearson died c1866 Enrolment 94/46

PEARSON, Eliza wife of Charles Mason Pearson gentleman Thebarton, died 14/4/1878, of cancer of the breast, aged 57. Informant was LS Eglinton Clerk to W Benbow, Hindley St, Adelaide Deposit 189/1885

PEARSON, Clarence Hyne farmer Gawler Blocks 1954 Memorial 37/529

PEARSON, Cyril Eustace mechanic Smithfield 1951 Memorial 14/526

No 1

PEARSON, Donald Clifton farmer Milang 1937 Memorial 44/511, Application 28075.

PEARSON, Donald Clifton farmer Milang 1955 Memorial 97/530

PEARSON, Edward Burton assistant accountant Savings Bank of SA Adelaide 1873 Memorial 136/266

No 1

PEARSON, Ellen spinster Thebarton, power of attorney to Edward James RONALD solicitor Adelaide, to manage her SA business affairs 24/3/1882 Deposit 294/1882

PEARSON, Ellen spinster Thebarton 1883 Memorial 233/352

No 2

PEARSON, Ellen spinster Adelaide 1885 Memorial 104/372

PEARSON, Henry butcher Gawler 1856 Memorial 257/96

No 1

PEARSON, Henry Charles carter Underdale 1905 Memorial 191/453

PEARSON, Henry Charles gardener Norman St, Underdale, died 18/1/1921. Executor; George Albert HURCOMB out of business Henley Beach Memorial 104/482

No 1

PEARSON, Herbert farmer Milang 1923 Memorial 9/488

PEARSON, Herbert farmer Milang 1937 Application 28070.

PEARSON, James farmer Balhannah 1881 Application 18944.

No 1

PEARSON, James McMillen draper Adelaide linked with Moses Pearson storekeeper Adelaide 1879 Memorial 216/314

PEARSON, James McMillan draper Goodwood, died c 1884. He left his entire estate to his wife, Annie Eliza Pearson, absolutely Memorial 129/374

PEARSON, JC accountant's clerk Adelaide 1880 Memorial 124/325

No 1

PEARSON, Job blacksmith Stansbury 1887 Memorial 75/384

PEARSON, Job farmer Tiparra. Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1904 Grant Book 14 Page 428 County Daly

No 1

PEARSON, John formerly of Adelaide 1841 but then labourer South Richmond 1844 Application 20894.

PEARSON, John labourer South Richmond 1844 Memorial 435/3

No 2 – perhaps a continuation of No 1; not likely

PEARSON, John farmer South Road 1873 Memorial 201/267

PEARSON, John Pearson farmer South Rd, Edwardstown and Margaret Pearson his wife 1878 Application 16906

No 3

PEARSON, John formerly dairyman 1867 but now farmer Hilton 1877 Application 16274.

PEARSON, John farmer Hilton 1877 Memorial 194/299

No 4

PEARSON, John farmer Mt Beevor Gumeracha 1854 Memorial 225/67

PEARSON, John farmer Bloomingdale Farm near Mt Torrens 1857 Memorial 204/119

PEARSON, John farmer Section 1801 Hundred of Kanmantoo near Harrogate 1861 Memorial 242/175

PEARSON, John sheepfarmer Littlehampton, died 5/9/1910. Father of Harriet WESTMORELAND wife of John Westmoreland manufacturer Collingswood Vic, Bartholomew Harman Pearson farmer formerly of Kalangadoo but now of Glencoe near Mt Gambier and Thomas Pearson farmer Magill Memorial 194/464

PEARSON, Elizabeth wife of John Pearson gentleman Littlehampton, died 23/8/1908, of senile decay, aged 94. Born in Dartmouth, Devon, England, she had emigrated to SA 60 years previously. She was 40 years old when she married; no family Application 27428.

No 5

PEARSON, John shoemaker Adelaide (Morphett St) 1857[-1862] Memorial 150/130

PEARSON, John Edward farmer near Harrogate Hundred of Tungkillo land grant 1876 Grant Book 58 Page 310 County Sturt

PEARSON, John Lathern mining inspector Second Ave, East Adelaide 1933 and Anna Wilhelmina Pearson his wife Application 27925.

No 1

PEARSON, Joseph settler Adelaide 1848[-1852] Memorial 465/12

PEARSON, Joseph [formerly settler Adelaide but now] farmer Marion on the Sturt 1853 Memorial 435/56

PEARSON, Elizabeth widow Marion 1882 Application 19080.

PEARSON, M governess Hillsley Station Myponga 1924 Memorial 109/490

No 1 - likely to be the same person

PEARSON, Moses of South Australia 1850 Memorial 76/25

PEARSON, Moses storekeeper Adelaide 1864[-1865] Memorial 217/200

PEARSON, Priestley farmer Kalangadoo Hundred of Mt Muirhead land grant 1885 Grant Book 31 Page 201 County Grey

No 1

PEARSON, Richard agent Adelaide 1886 Memorial 75/379

PEARSON, Richard agent formerly of Adelaide but now of 2 Lansdowne Place, Brunswick Square, Middlesex, England 1889 Memorial 50/400

PEARSON, Robert Thomas farmer Glencoe linked with the estate of the late John Pearson formerly sheep farmer and landholder Littlehampton now deceased 1934 Memorial 150/507

No 1

PEARSON, Samuel Crawford importer and warehouseman Adelaide 1869 Application 10191.

PEARSON, Samuel Crawford agent Adelaide 1873 Application 12472.

PEARSON, Samuel Crawford merchant Adelaide 1876 Memorial 219/295

PEARSON, S Crawford licensed land broker Adelaide 1881 Memorial 221/331

PEARSON, Samuel Crawford estate agent Adelaide 1881[-1883] Memorial 144/335

PEARSON, Samuel Crawford accountant Adelaide one of the liquidators of the Salt Creek Petroleum Oil Prospecting Company 1884 Memorial 56/356

PEARSON, Samuel Crawford accountant of the firm of Messrs Pearson Pirie St, Adelaide 1890 Memorial 136/406

PEARSON, Sven restaurant keeper Harley St, Parkside, died 24/7/1900. His widow, Annie Pearson, lived in Regent St, Millswood, a few weeks after his death Memorial 33/441

No 1

PEARSON, Thomas farmer Balhannah 1855[-1856] Memorial 140/88

PEARSON, Thomas labourer Oakbank 1880 James Thoms Balls Pearson labourer Oakbank administrator of T Pearson’s estate Application 18054.

No 2

PEARSON, Thomas yeoman Underdale 1856 Memorial 175/111

PEARSON, Thomas labourer Underdale, died 13/4/1875. His widow, Sarah Pearson, died 26/10/1904. His son, Henry Charles Pearson, died 18/1/1921 Memorial 233/358 & RPA Search 2891

PEARSON, Thomas yeoman Underdale, died 13/4/1875. He had lived in the district since at least the early 1850s. His wife, Sarah Pearson, who had a life interest in his real estate, died 26/10/1904. Their son, Henry Charles Pearson, inherited their estate absolutely, and died 18/1/1921. His wife, Ellen Pearson, inherited his real estate for life. She died 22/9/1921. Their 3 sons, Alfred Thomas Pearson pensioner Underdale, Clarence Aubrey Pearson market gardener Kings Rd, Salisbury, and Wallace Henry Pearson gardener Underdale, inherited the real estate in remainder expectant 1958 Application 29286.

PEARSON, Thomas David merchant Adelaide 1879[-1880] Memorial 51/316

No 1

PEARSON, William surveyor Angaston 1856 Memorial 222/104

PEARSON, William surveyor formerly of Angaston but now of Adelaide 1858 Memorial 253/140

No 2

PEARSON, William miller Stockwell 1859[-1861] Memorial 10/160

No 3

PEARSON, William farmer The Meadows. Meadows Wesleyan Methodist Chapel (Section 3490 Hundred of Kuitpo) new Trustee 1897 Application 23395

No 1 - likely to be the same person

PEAT, William farmer Reedbeds 1856[-1858] Memorial 120/103

PEAT, William 35 farmer Reedbeds (Father: David Peat) married Mary Ann VICKERMAN 19 Reedbeds (Father: Charles Vickerman) on 26/1/1857 St Andrew’s Walkerville. William Peat bailiff of the Local Court, Melrose, died 24/9/1868, of inflammation of the lungs, aged 47 Application 10017.

PEATE, William of Woodville 1864 Memorial 6/201

No 1

PEATTIE, John of Tarcowie 1884 Memorial 106/361

No 2

PEATTIE, John farmer Curramulka 1885 Memorial 158/364

No 1 - perhaps the same person

PEATTIE, Thomas bootmaker Kooringa 1863 Memorial 262/188

PEATTIE, Thomas bootmaker Kadina trustee Public Cemetery Kadina 1867 Grant Book 14 Page 73 County Daly

PEATTIE, Thomas bootmaker Kadina, became a bankrupt in 1867 Memorial 205/223

No 1 - likely to be a mixture of the Elder and the Younger

PECH, Johann farmer Angaston 1854 Memorial 140/74

PECH, Johann and Johann August farmers near Angaston 1879 Memorial 105/317

PECH, Johann the Younger farmer near Angaston 1907 Memorial 18/458

No 1

PECH, Johann Carl farmer Tanunda Hundred of Appila land grant 1879 Grant Book 24 Page 496 County Frome

PECH, Johann Carl farmer Appila. Trustee Holy Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church Appila 1922 Memorial 82/486

PECK, David Norman telegraph operator Hyde Park 1896 Memorial 170/426

No 1

PECK, John bricklayer Adelaide 1850 Memorial 290/24

PECK, John mason formerly of Gilles St, but then of Waymouth St, Adelaide, died 1880. He left his entire estate to his son, Richard Peck publican Solomon Town Pt Pirie Memorial 244/326

No 1

PECK, Joseph builder Morphett Vale 1851[-1860] Memorial 270/33

PECK, Joseph builder Morphett Vale 1861 Application 2598.

PECK, Joseph carpenter Morphett Vale 1856[-1876] Morphett Vale District School trustee Memorial 199/105

PECK, Lucy of Goolwa died c1880. She left her entire estate to her daughter, Catherine Peck. Priscilla Annie Peck mentioned as a witness but not described Memorial 118/328

No 1

PECK, Richard plasterer formerly of Halifax St, Adelaide 1878[-1879] Memorial 134/307

PECK, Richard [formerly plasterer but now] licensed victualler Adelaide (Launceston Hotel Waymouth St) 1880 Memorial 1/327

PECK, Richard licensed victualler Adelaide (Royal Admiral Hotel Hindley St) 1885 Memorial 122/367

PECK, Thomas Benjamin builder The Grange 1895 Memorial 169/426

No 1

PECK, William gentleman Adelaide 1873 Memorial 113/269

PECK, William licensed victualler Adelaide Hundred of Davenport land grant 1879 Grant Book 24 Page 654 County Frome

PECK, William publican Adelaide (Prince Alfred Hotel, King William St) 1892[-1895] Memorial 95/415

PECK, William publican Medindie 1905 Memorial 136/453

PECK, William formerly licensed victualler Stepney but now out of business Medindie 1910 Application 25776.

PECKWORTH, John Thomas labourer Penola Penola North (later Penola Hundred of Penola) township allotment land grant 1868 Grant Book 31 Page 144 County Grey

PEDDEL, Elizabeth widow Stryham, near Langport, Somerset, England, power of attorney to George Witherage COTTON land agent Adelaide, to manage her SA business affairs 16/11/1870 Deposit 68/1871

No 1

PEDDEL, Samuel Walter mason Freeling 1867 Application 8775.

PEDDEL[sometimes called PEDDLE], Samuel Walter mason now or late of Freeling 1868 Memorial 152/231

No 1 - perhaps the same person

PEDDER, Robert of Chain of Ponds and Adelaide Pedder his wife 1856[-1859] Memorial 315/106

PEDDER, Robert gardener Cox Creek 1880 Application 18172.

PEDDEY, Joseph blacksmith Kent Town 1868[-1870] Memorial 165/230

No 1

PEDERICK, James farmer Plympton 1854 Memorial 479/67

PEDERICK, James, William and William Henry farmers Pt Gawler 1868[-1874] Memorial 145/227

PEDERICK, James farmer formerly of Plympton but now of Two Wells 1881 Memorial 118/329

No 1

PEDERICK, John farmer Gawler River 1890 Memorial 159/403

PEDERICK, John farmer Gawler River 1905 Application 24910.

PEDERICK, John and PEDERICK, Robert Adams farmers Gawler River 1903 Application 24581.

PEDERICK, Leonard James farmer Angle Vale 1920. Gawler River Methodist Church trustee Memorial 93/515

No 1

PEDERICK, William bootmaker Plympton 1844[-1853] Memorial 179/4 Hundred of Pt Gawler land grant 1853 Memorial 37/63

PEDERICK, William farmer Adelaide 1853 Memorial 281/55

PEDERICK, William farmer Pt Gawler 1856 Memorial 103/101

PEDERICK, William farmer Gawler River 1860 Memorial 130/165

PEDERICK, William farmer formerly of Pt Gawler 1855 but now of Gawler River 1864. Linked with James and William Henry Pederick farmers Pt Gawler Application 5608.

PEDERICK, William farmer Woodburn Farm Gawler River 1865 Memorial 294/200

PEDERICK, William farmer Woodburn near Gawler 1873[-1886], died c1887 Memorial 20/454

PEDERICK, Mary Ann wife of William Pederick farmer Gawler River, died 3/3/1875, of dyspepsia, aged 68 Application 24910.

PEDERICK, William farmer Woodburn Gawler River, died 1887. £20 annuity for life to his widow, Mary Ann Pederick. After her death, the estate had to pay £100 to Ann Maria ROBERTS, then the rest of the estate in equal shares to William Henry Pederick farmer Two Wells, and James Pederick farmer Two Wells. William Henry Pederick farmer Two Wells, died 1904. The bulk of the estate to Frederic John Adams Pederick farmer Two Wells, subject to bequests to his seven sisters: Ann Benny WARD, wife of James Ward labourer Brompton; Matilda FROST wife of Levi Frost farmer Two Wells; Susan Adams GOODGER wife of William Goodger farmer Wards Belt; Rosetta HEASLIP wife of Benjamin Francis Atcison Heaslip labourer Kyabram Vic; Edith Victoria Allison wife of Albert John Allison farmer Ardrossan; Kate Elizabeth Day wife of Thomas Walter Day farmer Reeves Plains; and Ellen Louisa Pederick domestic McLaren Vale Application 25033.

PEDERICK, William no description died 3/6/1887. His wife, not named, died before him. Parents of Anna Maria ROBERTS no description, William Henry Pederick and James Pederick both farmers Two Wells 1894 Memorial 112/423

PEDERICK, Ellen 47 spinster Gawler River (Father: William Pederick) married Thomas MANKEY 49 widower clerk Wilmington (Father: Tobias Mankey) on 6/4/1896 Gawler River Wesleyan Church. Minister: Vivian ROBERTS. Witnesses: Louisa PEDERICK of Gawler River and William Edwin Roberts farmer Gawler River Application 24910.

No 1

PEDERICK, William Henry shoemaker Adelaide (South Tce) 1853 Hundred of Pt Gawler land grant Memorial 36/63

PEDERICK, William Henry shoemaker Adelaide linked with William Pederick shoemaker Plympton 1854 Memorial 478/67 and James Pederick farmer Plympton 1854 Memorial 479/67

PEDERICK, William Henry farmer Pt Gawler 1869 Application 9761.

PEDERICK, William Henry farmer Two Wells, died c1904. Executors; Frederic John Adams Pederick farmer Two Wells and Robert Adams Pederick farmer near Gawler Memorial 16/454

No 1

PEDERSON, Martin bootmaker Kooringa 1892 Memorial 98/414

PEDERSEN, Martin bootmaker Kooringa 1902 Memorial 104/446

PEDERSON, Martin bootmaker Kooringa 1902 Kooringa Methodist Church trustee Application 28412.

PEDERSON, Martin bootmaker Kooringa. Kooringa Methodist Church trustee 1926 Memorial 171/494

PEDLAR, Thomas miner Hampton 1877 Memorial 39/300

PEDLER, Abraham farmer Agery, died 20/4/1913 intestate. Honora Pedler widow Agery administered the estate Grant Book 15 Page 124 County Daly

PEDLER, Alfred William farmer and fruitgrower Salisbury 1930 Application 27791.

PEDLER, Arnold Thomas farmer Sheaoak Log 1947 Memorial 146/521

PEDLER, Caleb teamster Moonta. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1882 Grant Book 14 Page 70 County Daly

No 1

PEDLER, Daniel farmer Hundred of Mudla Wirra 1858[-1865] Memorial 249/134

No 2

PEDLER, Daniel and John Henry farmers Mt Templeton 1874[-1875] Memorial 56/278

PEDLER, Daniel of near Balaklava Hundred of Koolunga land grant 1880 Grant Book 55 Page 188 County Stanley

PEDLER, Daniel farmer formerly of Mt Templeton 1874 but now of Koolunga 1877. He was a son of the late Thomas Pedler formerly farmer Willunga 1853. Other children by 1877 included Thomas Pedler, William Pedler, Joseph Pedler, John Henry Pedler (farmer Mt Templeton), and Elizabeth SANDS wife of Robert Sands Application 16324.

PEDLER, Darius labourer Salisbury 1885 Application 20631.

No 1

PEDLER, George Meavious gentleman Le Fevre Peninsula 1866[-1870] Memorial 103/216

PEDLER, George Meavious gentleman Queenstown 1874 Memorial 93/279

PEDLER, GM clerk Pt Adelaide 1875 Memorial 25/280

PEDLER, George Meavious gentleman formerly of the Le Fevre Peninsula 1866 but now of Queenstown 1876 Application 14929

PEDLER, Hedley Thomas and Henry Arthur Pedler farmers Kadina 1901 Memorial 28/444

No 1 - probably the same person

PEDLER, James shoemaker Happy Valley 1849 was already in SA by 1841 when he bought land in Bowden. No description given on the land deed Application 15320.

PEDLER/PEDLAR, James bootmaker Happy Valley 1849 Memorial 441/16

PEDLER/PEDLAR, James bootmaker Greenfield 1850 Memorial 156/28

PEDLER, James farmer Happy Valley 1853 Memorial 408/47

PEDLER, John Henry labourer Kangaroo Flat Co Gawler. Hundred of Everard land grant 1882 Grant Book 56 Page 394 County Stanley

PEDLER, Joseph miner Paringa Mine near Mt Barker 1846 Memorial 192/7

No 1

PEDLER, Nicholas farmer Salisbury Co Adelaide. Hundred of Kulpara land grant 1877 Grant Book 14 Page 324 County Daly

PEDLER, Nicholas farmer Greens Plains East. Hundred of Kulpara land grant 1882 Grant Book 14 Page 327 County Daly

No 1

PEDLER/PEDLAR, Thomas shoemaker Adelaide 1847 Memorial 24/9 Shoemaker Happy Valley 1849 Memorial 441/16

PEDLER, Thomas shoemaker Noarlunga 1872 Memorial 239/257

PEDLAR, Thomas formerly shoemaker Adelaide 1847 but now farmer the Horseshoe at Noarlunga 1867 Application 8795

PEDLER, Thomas cordwainer Noarlunga father of John Henry Pedler, Daniel Pedler, Thomas Pedler, William Pedler, Joseph Pedler, and Elizabeth SANDS wife of John Sands 1874 Memorial 57/278

PEDLER, Thomas out of business Noarlunga 1874 Memorial 55/278

PEDLER, Thomas cordwainer Noarlunga, died 10/11/1874. Executors John Henry Pedler and Daniel Pedler, who engaged Charles Cameron KINGSTON to be their solicitor to settle the estate. Elizabeth SANDS wife of Robert Sands farmer Echuca Vic and John Thomas MARTIN miner Parkes NSW inherited a legacy from T Pedler and appointed William PEDLER the Elder gentleman North Adelaide, to act for them Application 16324

No 2

PEDLER, Thomas farmer Willunga 1853[-1864] Memorial 184/48.

PEDLER, Thomas gentleman Marion Road 1857 Memorial 91/122

No 3 - probably the same person

PEDLER, Thomas gentleman Black Forest 1853 He took out a 7 year lease of the Flagstaff Hotel at the Sturt River at £6 a week payable every Wednesday 'together with the stable, stockyards, cottages etc' Memorial 246/52

PEDLER, Thomas licensed victualler The Sturt turned down an option to purchase the Australian Arms Hotel Hahndorf 1854[-1855] Memorial 296/81

PEDLER, Thomas gentleman Black Forest 1854 He sold the Flagstaff Hotel on pt Section 122 Survey B for £600 Memorial 258/70

PEDLER, Thomas licensed victualler The Sturt 1854 Memorial 276/73

PEDLER, Thomas licensed victualler Dock Hotel Pt Adelaide. He took a 7-year lease from James TAYLOR blacksmith Pt Adelaide 1855 Memorial 297/92

PEDLER, Thomas licensed victualler Bay Road 1857 Memorial 273/122

No 4

PEDLER, Thomas farmer Hundred of Mudla Wirra 1863 Memorial 227/188

PEDLER, Thomas the Elder farmer Hundred of Mudla Wirra 1868 Memorial 181/232

No 5

PEDLER, Thomas farmer Mayurra Hundred of Mayurra land grant 1879 Grant Book 31 Page 225 County Grey

No 1

PEDLER, William shoemaker Adelaide 1845 Memorial 22/5

PEDLER, William shoemaker [formerly of Adelaide but now of the] Little Para 1853 Memorial 101/54

No 2

PEDLER, William farmer Magill 1850[-1854] Memorial 480/25

No 3

PEDLER, William farmer Little Para 1853 Memorial 185/58

PEDLER, William the Younger farmer Little Para 1876 Memorial 5/289

PEDLER, William farmer Para Plains 1881 Application 18835.

PEDLER, William farmer Salisbury 1885 Application 20631.

No 4

PEDLER, William gentleman North Adelaide and Eliza Pedler his wife 1870[-1875] Memorial 29/275

PEDLER, William the Elder gentleman North Adelaide, died 1881. Husband of Elizabeth Pedler. Father of William Pedler the Younger farmer Para Plains, Nicholas Pedler farmer Greens Plains, Darius Pedler whom the family had heard nothing of for years (7 years to find him to receive his inheritance), Elizabeth PARKER and Emma KITCH Memorial 50/331

No 5

PEDLER, William labourer Mt Templeton 1882 Memorial 62/338

PEDLER, William labourer Mt Templeton Hundred of Everard land grant 1885 Grant Book 56 Page 397 County Stanley

PEDLEY, James William labourer Kapunda 1903 Application 24587.

PEEBLES, Agnes spinster Norwood 1862 Application 2815

PEEBLES, Norman Alexander agent Narracoorte 1905 Memorial 37/453

PEEK, Carl farmer Hundred of Nuriootpa 1865 Memorial 71/204

No 1

PEEK, David Massey and John James Peek farmers North Adelaide. Hundred of Barossa land grant 1858 Grant Book 1 Page 51 County Adelaide

PEEK, David Massey and PEEK, John James farmers North Adelaide 1861 Application 2452.

PEEK, David Massey storekeeper Balaklava 1887[-1890] Memorial 136/384

No 1

PEEK, Harriett Alice spinster North Adelaide (Buxton St) 1880 Memorial 188/327

PEEK, Harriet Alice spinster Medindie 1883 Memorial103/347

No 1

PEEK, James carpenter North Adelaide 1850 Memorial 186/25

PEEK, James carpenter North Adelaide (Tynte St) 1852 Memorial 338/41

PEEK, James carpenter Adelaide 1854 Memorial 381/62

PEEK, James carpenter North Adelaide 1865 Application 6576

PEEK, James builder North Adelaide, died 1/7/1882 in the Adelaide Hospital. Executors; his sons David Massey Peek storekeeper Balaklava and Thomas Benjamin Peek builder Henley Beach, and his son-in-law Sidney Stuart SANDERS agent Adelaide Memorial 226/347

PEEK, James builder North Adelaide, died 1/7/1882. By 1890, his 2 sons were disposed as follows - John James Peek builder Gawler and Thomas Benjamin Peek builder The Grange Memorial 135/406

PEEK, James Henley Harry accountant Brighton. Brighton Baptist Church trustee 1924 Memorial 71/490

No 1

PEEK, John James mason Gawler South 1876 Memorial 136/290

PEEK, John James mason Gawler South 1880 Application 18212.

PEEK, JJ builder Gawler South 1898 Application 23529.

PEEK, Thomas Benjamin carpenter the Grange 1883 Memorial103/347

PEEK, Uriah James labourer near Strathalbyn 1928 Memorial 52/499

PEEK, William farmer Pekina 1894 Memorial 2/422

PEEK, William Patey storekeeper Adelaide (Rundle St) 1839 Application 21494.

No 1 - the Elder

PEEL, Henry brickmaker Bowden 1853[-1856] Memorial 435/48

Hundred of Pt Gawler land grant 1856 Memorial 57/100

PEEL, Henry formerly brickmaker 1853 but now labourer Bowden 1865 Application 6067.

PEEL, Henry licensed victualler Bowden 1866 Application 7476.

PEEL, Henry brickmaker Brompton 1871 Memorial 12/257

PEEL, Henry licensed victualler Adelaide (Newmarket Hotel North Tce) 1875 Memorial 161/281

PEEL, Henry licensed victualler Old Halfway House Inn Port Road Woodville 1875 Memorial 195/285

PEEL, Henry licensed victualler Woodville 1876 Application 15636

PEEL, Henry licensed victualler formerly of Woodville now of Hindmarsh 1877 Application 15923.

PEEL, Henry licensed victualler Hindmarsh 1877[-1878] Memorial 41/303

PEEL, Henry the Elder licensed victualler Hindmarsh linked with Henry Peel the Younger plasterer Hindmarsh 1878 Memorial 167/308

PEEL, Henry the Elder formerly licensed victualler Hindmarsh but now brickmaker Brompton linked with Henry Peel the Younger plasterer Brompton 1879[-1880] Memorial 219/315

PEEL, Henry the Elder formerly publican Hindmarsh now out of business Exeter, father of Henry Peel the Younger plasterer Brompton 1893 Application 22520.

PEEL, Henry gentleman Exeter 1895 Application 22987.

PEEL, Henry gentleman Exeter near Semaphore, died 9/10/1896. Husband of Hannah Peel 1896 Memorial 183/429

PEEL, Hannah widow Unley, died 29/2/1908. She left an estate worth £6,000. The personal estate to her daughters, Anna Louisa GORDON wife of David John Gordon journalist Unley Park, Ellen VARDON wife of Edward Charles Vardon printer Hyde Park, and Mary Jane Lewis wife of ? Lewis (not yet known). The rest of the estate to be sold and the funds to be shared equally amongst the three daughters, and two sons, William PEEL government employee Prospect and Henry Peel the Younger no description. Henry Peel to get £275 less than the others. Hannah Peel was the widow of Henry Peel the Elder gentleman Exeter, who died 9/10/1896 Application 25570.

No 2 - the Younger

PEEL, Henry the Younger plasterer Hindmarsh 1878 Memorial 17/310

PEEL, Henry the Younger plasterer Brompton 1879 Memorial 79/314

PEEL, Henry plasterer Brompton Park 1879 Memorial 54/319

No 1

PEEL, Henry Marmaduke storekeeper Pt Broughton. Tickera (Hundred of Tickera) township allotment land grant 1884[-1885] Grant Book 14 Page 388 County Daly

PEEL, Henry Marmaduke storekeeper Pt Broughton trustee Cemetery Pt Broughton 1887 Grant Book 14 Page 267 County Daly

PEEL, Henry Marmaduke storekeeper Pt Broughton 1893[-1899] Memorial 51/417

No 1

PEEL, Robert assistant colonial surgeon Mt Gambier 1867 Memorial 180/218

PEEL, Robert surgeon Adelaide 1879 Memorial 214/318

PEEL, Robert surgeon Melbourne Vic 1881 Memorial 213/334

No 1

PEEL, William government employee Prospect, son of Hannah Peel widow Unley who died 1908 Memorial 57/459

PEEL, William government employee Prospect 1909 Application 25570.

PEERS, Alfred district clerk Kingston S-E 1924 Memorial 184/491

PEET, Eliza Ann widow Adelaide 1869 Memorial 162/245

PEET, Thomas James storeman Mt Remarkable 1859 Memorial 332/161

No 1

PEGLER, Augustus Henry stockholder of SA 1860 Memorial 39/169

PEGLER, Augustus Henry overseer near Virginia 1867 Application 8724

PEGLER, Augustus Henry stockholder Ned's Corner Murray River 1876 Memorial 70/296

PEGLER, Henry farmer near Adelaide [probably pt Section 99 Survey 'on the road leading to the Reedbeds from Adelaide' 1876 Memorial 95/296

No 1 - probably the same person

PEGLER, Peter carpenter Adelaide 1839 Application 22659.

PEGLER, Peter carpenter formerly of Adelaide but now of Little Hampstead 1851 Memorial 170/30

PEGLER, Peter farmer Mt Pleasant near Adelaide 1854[-1874] Memorial 440/69

PEGLER, Peter farmer formerly of Mt Pleasant 1854 now of Hampstead 1863 Application 4515.

PEGLER, Peter farmer Hampstead (property formerly called Mt Pleasant, but now almost exclusively Hampstead) 1881 Application 18750.

PEGLER, Peter gentleman Nailsworth 1901 Application 24248.

No 2 - perhaps the same person

PEGLER, Peter labourer Hindmarsh 1842 Application 21894.

PEGLER, Peter labourer Houghton 1853 Memorial 63/53

PEGLER, William farmer Mt Gambier Hundred of Nangwarry land grant 1894 Grant Book 31 Page 151 County Grey

PEIPER, Otto gentleman Adelaide 1849 Memorial 150/17 Farmer Section 44 Hundred of Mudla Wirra 1850[-1852] Memorial 341/26

PEIRCE, Edward and Thomas builders Norwood 1854 Memorial 101/78

PEIRCE, Herbert Edward clerk North Adelaide 1914, declared that his parents and their family (including him) had gone to live in Prospect in 1876. In 1889, he removed to Ovingham, by 1892 in Prospect again, with a shift to Ward St, North Adelaide c1900 Application 26348

PEIRCE, Mary spinster Norwood 1878 Application 16660

No 1

PEIRCE, W clerk to William PAXTON Esquire Adelaide 1855 Memorial 310/86

PEIRCE, W clerk to Messrs GREEN & WADHAM land agents Adelaide 1858[-1865] Memorial 105/146

No 1

PEIRCE, Wiliam bricklayer Norwood 1851 Memorial 481/28

PEIRCE, William, Thomas and Edward builders Norwood 1851[-1861] Memorial 471/35

PEIRCE, William builder Norwood 1853 Memorial 66/56

PEIRCE, William bricklayer Norwood, died late 1860s. He left his entire estate in equal shares absolutely to his 3 children - Edward, Mary and Elizabeth Peirce Memorial 146/243

PEIRCE, William bricklayer Norwood died c1869. Entire estate in equal shares absolutely to his son, Edward Peirce bricklayer, and his daughters, Mary and Elizabeth Peirce spinsters, all who lived with him at Norwood Enrolment 93/49

PENDLEBURY, Charlotte widow of John Pendlebury The Parade, Norwood, died 30/8/1893, of senile decay and diarrhoea, aged 82. Her husband, John Pendlebury, had died 22/1/1890, leaving his estate to her for life, then to their daughter, Ellen absolutely. Ellen Pendlebury 45 m John LERWILL 42 bachelor cab proprietor Norwood (Father: Thomas Lerwill)

on 10/8/1893 at St Matthew’s Kensington Deposit 7/1931

No 1

PEISKER, Albert farmer near Tanunda 1857 Memorial 217/118

PEISKER, Albert farmer and vinegrower near Tanunda 1858 Memorial 280/141

PEISKER, Edwin Albert vine grower Greenock 1861 Application 2160

PEISKER, Eugen carpenter Greenock 1857[-1860] Memorial 218/118

PELHAM, Catherine married woman Pt Pirie, died 9/1/1944. Mother of Lily May CLIFFORD, Myrtle Victoria Pelham, Beatrice Adelaide KRETSCHMER, Eileen Pearl Pelham and Marjory Joyce Pelham Memorial 85/519, Application 28593

No 1

PELHAM, Lionel James clerk to Alfred ATKINSON solicitor Adelaide 1855 Memorial 323/92

PELHAM, Lionel James clerk to Messrs ATKINSON & ANDREWS solicitors Adelaide 1856 Memorial 58/135

PELHAM, Lionel James clerk to Messrs ANDREWS & BONNIN solicitors Adelaide 1858[-1860] Memorial 115/134

PELHAM, Lionel James of South Tce, Adelaide 1859[-1861] Memorial 128/151

PELHAM, Lionel James gentleman Adelaide 1867 Application 9976

PELHAM, Lionel James Judge's Associate Adelaide 1873[-1876] Memorial 157/304

PELHAM, Matthew and TUCKWELL, Edward of Bowden, tenants of Henry JICKLING Esquire formerly of Adelaide now of parts beyond the sea 1863 Application 4793

PELKINGTON, William dairyman Glenelg road near Adelaide 1873 Memorial 159/281

No 1

PELLEW, Henry warder Adelaide (Market St) 1875 Memorial 142/281

PELLEW, Henry of North Tce, Adelaide chief warder at HM Gaol 1878[-1881] Memorial 134/313

PELLEW, Henry chief warder of HM Gaol at Adelaide 1886 Application 18653.

No 1

PELLEW, JH clerk Magill 1878 Memorial 163/308

PELLEW, JH accountant Magill 1882 Memorial 171/342

No 1

PELLEW, John miner Kooringa 1855[-1857] Memorial 89/82

PELLEW, John gentleman formerly of Kooringa but now of Norwood 1860[-1865] Memorial 43/171

PELLEW, John formerly miner Kooringa but now gentleman Norwood 1879 Memorial 80/319

PELLEW, John gentleman Mt Barker and Susannah Bolt Pellew his wife 1886[-1890] Memorial 82/380

PELLEW, John gentleman Mt Barker 1889 Memorial 77/399

PELLEW, John gentleman Norwood and Susannah Bolt his wife Norwood 1882 Application 19296.

PELLEW, John gentleman formerly of Norwood but now of Mt Barker 1890 Application 21865.

PELLEW, John retired gentleman Mt Barker, died 10/5/1904, of natural decay, aged 83 Application 25614.

No 2

PELLEW, John bank manager Truro linked with Joseph Henry Pellew clothier Adelaide (Hindley St) 1887 Memorial 44/387

PELLEW, John bank manager Pt Germein 1906 Application 25261.

PELLEW, Leonard James medical practitioner Pt Augusta and Hirell Alice Pellew his wife sister to Annie Jean LERMOUTH a minor of Woolnough Rd, Exeter. They were daughters of the late Sarah Lermouth 1915 Memorial 148/472

PELLEW, Matthew farmer Dry Creek 1855 Memorial 268/89

No 1

PELLEW, Thomas gentleman Kooringa 1855 Memorial 268/81

PELLEW, Thomas gentleman Magill 1857 Memorial 114/114

PELLEW, Thomas carrier Magill 1857[-1862] Memorial 176/128

PELLEW, Thomas farmer Magill 1860 Application 1678.

PELLEW, Thomas mail contractor Magill 1861[-1866] Memorial 39/177

PELLEW, Thomas omnibus proprietor Magill 1871 Application 11382.

PELLEW, Thomas formerly mail contractor now gentleman Magill 1877 Application 16500.

PELLEW, Thomas mail contractor Magill 1880 Application 18232.

PELLEW, Thomas gentleman Magill 1879 Memorial 81/319

PELLEW, Thomas gentleman Magill, died 3/10/1884. By 1887, his wife, Fanny Pellew, still lived, as did his two sons - John Pellew bank manager Truro and Joseph Henry Pellew clothier Adelaide (Hindley St). His daughter, Mary Jane HORTON nee Pellew, had survived her father but since died Memorial 44/387

No 1

PELLY, Rupert solicitor Adelaide 1878[-1892] Memorial 45/312

PELLY, Rupert solicitor Adelaide 1895 Application 22957.

PELOLIO, Antonio dealer Adelaide 1856 Memorial 214/107

PELTON, Alfred Francis blacksmith Yacka Yacka (Hundred of Yackamoorundie) township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 56 Page 110 County Stanley

No 1

PELTON, Samuel Hall storekeeper Yacka Yacka (Hundred of Yackamoorundie) township allotment land grant 1878[-1880] Grant Book 56 Page 107 County Stanley

PELTON, Samuel Hall storekeeper Yacka trustee unnamed Cemetery Hundred of Yackamoorundie Hundred of Yackamoorundie land grant 1883 Grant Book 56 Page 97 County Stanley

PELTON, SH [prob Samuel Hall] JP of Yacka 1887 Memorial 13/386

PELTZ, Friedrich Wilhelm farmer near Kapunda Hundred of Light land grant 1891 Grant Book 44 Page 180 County Light

PELZER, AW city gardener Adelaide 1901 Memorial 29/443

No 1

PELZER, Johann Heinrich Leopold carpenter Adelaide 1849[-1854] Memorial 187/14

PELZER, Johann Heinrich Leopold storekeeper Adelaide (Rundle St) 1867 Application 8580.

PELZER, Johann Heinrich Leopold carpenter Adelaide 1875[-1883] Memorial 167/281

PELZER, Johann Heinrich Leopold licensed victualler Adelaide (also known as John Henry Pelzer) 1878 Application 16990

No 1

PELZER, Johann Heinrich Martin waterman Adelaide 1854 Memorial 345/73

PELZER, Martin waterman Adelaide 1859[-1860] Memorial 272/148

PELZER, Martin storekeeper Adelaide 1863 Memorial 264/187

PEMBERTON, Edward labourer Willaston 1862 Memorial 80/180

No 1

PEMBERTON, John of Adelaide 1846 Memorial 191/7

PEMBERTON, John labourer Adelaide 1851 Memorial 314/31

PEMBERTON, John labourer Moorundee 1843 Memorial 169/49

PEMBERTON, J agent Koolunga 1886 Memorial 128/378

PEMMELL, Robert of Leighton 1882 Memorial 102/346

PENALUNA, Alexander miner Kooringa 1862 Memorial 147/304

PENALUNA, B secretary to John MARTIN & Co Adelaide (104 Rundle St) 1889 Memorial 139/399

PENALUNA, Francis Edward 25 railway porter Hahndorf (Father; Thomas Penaluna) married Ida ROBERTSON 23 spinster Redhill (Father; Andrew Archibald Robertson) on 14/9/1901 AA Robertson home Redhill. Minister: WW FINCH. The Penalunas lived in Barmera by 1933 Application 27908

PENALUNA, Jane widow North Adelaide 1849 Memorial 28/18

No 1

PENALUNA, John mason Burra 1851 Memorial 436/36

PENALUNA, John mason Adelaide 1862 Application 3211

PENALUNA, John [formerly mason Burra but now] licensed victualler Adelaide (Grote St) 1870 Memorial 149/250

PENALUNA, John gentleman William St, Norwood 1871[- 1875] Memorial 13/251

PENALUNA, John Horatio agent Adelaide 1898 Memorial 123/435

PENALUNA, Thomas carpenter Gawler 1856[-1861] Memorial 279/110

PENBERTHY, Charles formerly miner Parkside but now farmer Pt Vincent 1881 Memorial 67/335

No 1

PENBERTHY, Henry storekeeper Charleston 1856 Memorial 123/109

PENBERTHY, Henry the Elder storekeeper Charleston, died 10//4/1859 intestate, of rheumatic fever, aged 33. His eldest son and heir at law, James Penberthy compositor Wallaroo Bay, born 1850, died 28/4/1865, of brain congestion, aged 15. His step-father, the Rev’d AJ STANDRIN of Wallaroo Bay, registered the death. The next heir at law, Henry Penberthy the Younger, born 17/10/1859 Charleston, now of Makino Fielding, Manawata New Zealand 1885. The wife of Henry Penberthy the Elder called Jane nee BENNETT Application 20555

No 1

PENBERTHY, John farmer Pt Vincent 1881[-1864] Memorial 202/331

PENBERTHY, John no description had died by 1893 intestate. Letters of administration to Grace Penberthy widow Pt Vincent Grant Book 19 Page 440 County Fergusson

PENBARTHY, John Nicholas miner Cudlee Creek 1871 Memorial 9/256

PENDEL, Mary Ann spinster Hamilton on the Light 1873 Memorial 243/264

PENDER, Ian medical practitioner Struan House, Narracoorte linked with Roy Pender grazier Narracoorte 1922 Memorial 24/485

PENDERGAST, Thomas dealer Adelaide 1851 Memorial 172/31

No 1 - perhaps the same person

PENDLE, William farmer Hundred of Lindley 1886 Memorial 233/377

PENDLE, William of the Hundred of Eba 1889 Memorial 175/398

No 1

PENDLEBURY, John carpenter Adelaide 1849 Memorial 160/17 Carpenter Norwood 1851 Memorial 464/28

PENDLEBURY, John yeoman Kensington 1854 Memorial 187/62

PENDLEBURY, John brickmaker Norwood 1855 Memorial 243/89

PENDLEBURY, John dealer Norwood 1868 Memorial 175/230

PENDLEBURY, John formerly carpenter 1851 but now storekeeper Norwood 1873 Application 12480

PENDLEBURY, John gentleman Norwood 1884 Memorial 242/355

PENDLEBURY, John gentleman Norwood, died c1893. Husband of Charlotte Pendlebury. Father of Ellen Pendlebury. Executor; Peter Pendlebury solicitor Terowie. Probably linked with Richard James Pendlebury chemist Adelaide 1931 Memorials 31 & 32/504

PENDLEBURY, John gentleman Norwood, died 22/1/1890. His £800 estate to his wife, Charlotte Pendlebury, for life in trust, then to his daughter, Ellen Pendlebury, absolutely in remainder expectant. His trustee was Peter Pendlebury solicitor Terowie. Ellen Pendlebury married John LERWILL on 10/8/1893. Ellen Lerwill widow Norwood, died 16/1/1930 Kensington. Her estate worth £2,461/8/7. She left her estate in various bequests to her brother Plantagenet Pendlebury, her brother Richard Pendlebury, her sister Elizabeth MUNKS, her nephew Richard James Pendlebury chemist Adelaide and her niece Edith Pendlebury no description; also to her nephew Arthur Trotter and to Lorna TROTTER wife of her nephew Harry Trotter Application 28077

No 1

PENDLEBURY, Peter clerk to William David SCOTT solicitor Adelaide 1867[-1881] Memorials 92/227 & 88/329

PENDLEBURY, Peter clerk to Messrs SCOTT & BAKEWELL solicitors Adelaide 1874[-1875] Memorial 178/274

PENDLEBURY, P of Elizabeth St, Norwood 1882 Memorial 19/430

PENDLEBURY, P solicitor Terowie 1886[-1891] Memorial 110/373

PENDLEBURY, P solicitor Terowie & Peterborough 1898 Memorial 181/437

PENDLEBURY, P solicitor Adelaide 1899[-1902] Memorial 190/439

PENDLEBURY, Peter solicitor Adelaide 1908 Application 25402

PENDLEBURY, Peter solicitor Adelaide 1909, declared that he was a clerk in the office of the late firm of SCOTT & BAKEWELL solicitors Adelaide, from 25/1/1870 until 31/1/1875 Application 25702

PENDLEBURY, Plantagenet boot importer The Parade, Norwood 1920, declared that he had been born in Norwood and had lived there all his life. Husband of Rose Adelaide Pendlebury Application 26911

No 1

PENDLEBURY, Thomas labourer Norwood 1855 Memorial 184/93

PENDLEBURY, Thomas brickmaker Norwood 1856 Application 22129

PENDLEBURY, Thomas formerly brickmaker Norwood but now residing in the province of Victoria 1857 Memorial 43/123

No 1

PENDLETON, Alan G of Carnagen Mt Lofty linked with Richard W Pendleton of the same place 1887 Memorial 78/389

PENDLETON, Alan George of Adelaide, appointed 1/6/1895 as SA Railways Commissioner Application 25664

PENERY, Catherine spinster North Adelaide 1889 Memorial 120/397

No 1

PENFOLD, Albert William farmer Balaklava 1878[-1881] Memorial 56/309

PENFOLD, Albert William farmer Balaklava Hundred of Hall land grant 1881 Grant Book 56 Page 213 County Stanley

PENFOLD, Amos and Charles farmer Peachey Belt 1863 Memorial 309/188

No 1

PENFOLD, Charles carpenter Dry Creek 1850 Memorial 350/25

PENFOLD, Charles farmer Dry Creek 1854 Memorial 434/73

PENFOLD, Charles farmer formerly of Dry Creek 1854 but now of Peachey Belt 1866 Application 7563

PENFOLD, Charles farmer Reeves Plains 1887 Memorial 201/382

No 1

PENFOLD, Christopher Rawson Esquire Magill 1847[-1853] Memorial 61/8

PENFOLD, Christopher Rawson gentleman formerly of Magill but now of Melbourne Vic 1859 Memorial 105/149

PENFOLD, Frederick farmer The Light and Ann Penfold his wife 1868 Memorial 219/231

PENFOLD, James bank manager Mintaro 1882 Memorial 122/338

PENFOLD, Mary widow Magill 1872 Memorial 101/262

No 1

PENFOLD, Thomas Brooks Esquire Magill 1848[-1853]. St George’s Magill glebe land trustee Memorial 153/13

PENFOLD, Thomas Brooks Esquire Kensington 1851 Memorial 316/37

PENFOLD, Thomas Brooks Esquire formerly of Magill but now in parts beyond the seas 1858 Memorial 276/142

PENFOLD, Thomas Brooks Esquire Croydon, Surrey, England, died 19/2/1864. He left his entire £100 estate to his daughter, Emma Mary WHITLING nee Penfold wife of Henry Townsend Whitling medical practitioner Croydon. TB Penfold had married Emma BOUCH spinster in London in 1843. The Penfolds emigrated to SA in 1845 and lived there for 13 years principally at Kensington. In c1858, the family returned to England. Mrs Thomas Penfold died suddenly from convulsions in c1861. The Penfolds' other child, Georgiana Frances Penfold, died in 1872 in Brighton, Sussex, England, leaving Mrs Whitling the only surviving child of TB Penfold. Mrs Mary Penfold widow Magill supplied much of the above information Memorial 184/351 and Deposits 178-179

PENFOLD, Thomas Brooks Esquire Croydon, Surrey, England m c1843 London, Emma BOUCH spinster. They emigrated to SA c1845, settled at Kensington, and returned to Britain c1858. The couple had two daughters - Emma Mary, who married Henry Townsend WHITLING medical practitioner Croydon, Surrey; and Georgiana Frances Penfold spinster, who died 1872 at Brighton, Sussex, England, before reaching the age of 21. Mrs Emma Penfold died c1861 suddenly of convulsions. TB Penfold died 19/2/1864, a widower, leaving only the two daughters him surviving. Estate worth £100. He left his estate equally to his two daughters. Mrs Mary Penfold widow Magill was present at TB Penfold’s marriage and remained friends with the family later in Australia. Her daughter used to write to Emma Mary Penfold when she returned to England Deposits 17/1857, 178/1883

PENFOLD, Emma Mary spinster linked with Magill, married Henry Townsend WHITLING. She died 10/12/1895, as a widow. Her family included Muriel Townsend Whitling spinster Sloane Gardens House, 52 Lower Sloane St, London (about to marry Edward Morris HONOUR gentleman 4 Elms Rd, Clapham, Surrey, England) and Lilian Whitling spinster 152 Holbein House, Sloan Square, London, England 1902 Memorial 26/445

No 1

PENFOLD, William farmer Gawler Plains 1851[-1859] Memorial 221/35

PENFOLD, William publican Peachey Belt 1854[-1856] Memorial 290/63

PENFOLD, William farmer Penfield 1856[-1862] Memorials 274/109 & 342/164

PENFOLD, William farmer Penfield Peachey Belt 1865 Memorial 240/202

PENFOLD, William builder Penfield 1860 Memorial 120/169

PENFOLD, William gentleman Penfield 1862 Application 3161

PENFOLD, William farmer Peachey Belt 1866 Memorial 192/210

No 1

PENGELLY, Alfred undertaker Jamestown 1879 Application 20986

PENGELLY, Alfred cabinetmaker Edwardstown 1882[-1895] Application 19515

PENGELLY, Alfred formerly cabinetmaker Edwardstown but now out of business Dover St, Malvern 1902 Memorial 57/446

No 1

PENGELLEY, John carpenter Adelaide 1855 Memorial 223/92

PENGELLEY, John cabinetmaker Adelaide 1856 Memorial 114/105

PENGELLEY, John cabinetmaker The Marion 1860 Application 1186

PENGELLEY, John cabinetmaker South Road and his wife, Margaret Pengelley parents of Alfred and William Pengelley 1861 Memorial 194/261

PENGELLEY, John cabinetmaker South Road 1877[-1878] Memorial 227/305

No 3

PENGELLY, William furniture dealer Adelaide (190 Rundle St) 1880 Memorial 103/322

PENGELLY, William furniture dealer Adelaide 1881 Application 18952

PENGILLY, Henry farmer Aldinga and Elizabeth Pengilly his wife formerly Elizabeth LOVELOCK spinster 1866 Memorial 253/209

PENGILLY, Henry Ernest Albert Raymond farmer Myponga 1922 Memorial 43/486

No 1

PENGILLY, John labourer Plympton 1843[-1849] Memorial 181/18 Farmer Willunga 1848[-1861] Memorial 423/22

No 2

PENGILLY, John farmer Aldinga 1855 Memorial 343/88

PENGILLY, John farmer formerly of Noarlunga 1860 but now of Willunga 1865 Application 6178

PENGILLY, John farmer Aldinga, died 31/7/1894. Estate worth £7,090. Father of Thomas Pengilly formerly farmer Koolunga but now gardener Edwardstown, and William Pengilly farmer Redhill Memorial 171/422

No 3

PENGILLY, John farmer Broughton (later Redhill) Co Daly. Hundred of Koolunga land grant 1880 Grant Book 55 Page 189 County Stanley

No 1

PENGILLY, Josiah miner Wallaroo 1889 Memorial 56/400

PENGILLY, Josiah miner Moonta Mines Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1885 Grant Book 14 Page 421 County Daly

PENGILLY, Josiah out of business Mary St, Unley linked with Sydney Albert Pengilly blacksmith Gawler 1930 Memorial 14/503

PENGILLY, Josiah formerly mining captain Wallaroo Mines but then out of business 82 Mary St, Unley, died 21/11/1932. His estate worth £1,040. His wife, Elizabeth Grace Wiliams Pengilly, died 27/10/1929 Wakefield St, Adelaide. Her estate worth £958. Their family included: Sidney Albert Pengilly blacksmith formerly of Wallaroo Mines now of Gawler; Josiah Benjamin Pengilly fitter Broken Hill NSW (died before his mother), William John Arthur Pengilly ore dresser formerly of Broken Hill now of Leeton NSW; Ida Beatrice VIRGO of Unley; Ruby Laure WHITE of Unley and Victoria Mable HERBERT of Kadina and Adelaide TAMBLYN of Unley Application 27970

No 1 – possibly Richard James Pengilly

PENGILLY, Richard farmer Roseworthy Co Gawler. Hundred of Koolunga land grant 1874 Grant Book 55 Page 180 County Stanley

PENGILLY, Richard James farmer Broughton (later Redhill) Co Daly. Hundred of Koolunga land grant 1880 Grant Book 55 Page 190 County Stanley

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

PENGILLY, Thomas blacksmith Aldinga 1859[-1868] Memorial 47/152

PENGILLY, Thomas the Elder retired blacksmith Aldinga, died 14/4/1888. Husband of Ann Pengilly. By 1898, the family was disposed thus: Ann Pengilly widow still lived at Aldinga. Children - Thomas Pengilly the Younger blacksmith Aldinga, Elizabeth TRESISE widow formerly Elizabeth PHILLIPS widow nee Pengilly of Queenstown, Sarah PATTERSON wife of Robert Patterson labourer Brompton, Catherine LOVELOCK wife of William Lovelock farmer Curramulka, Ann GREENLEES wife of David Greenlees labourer Unley, and Eva JAMES wife of George James potter Brompton Memorial 30/435

PENGILLY, Thomas formerly farmer but now out of business Aldinga, probably father of Henry and John Pengilly farmers Aldinga 1891 Memorial 180/410

PENGILLY, Thomas wheelwright Aldinga and Hilda Pengilly his wife 1897 Memorial 138/430

PENGILLY, Thomas wheelwright Aldinga 1899 Memorial 69/480

PENGILLY, Thomas farmer Aldinga 1901. His wife, Hilda Pengilly nee FIDGE, died 7/8/1901 Memorial 121/444 & Application 27475

PENGILLY, Thomas farmer Aldinga 1912 Memorial 79/466

PENGILLY, Thomas farmer Aldinga, died 5/4/1925 Cecil St, Evandale, of morbus cordis and heart failure, aged 81. Born in Devon, England, he came to SA 67 years previously. He married aged 30, on 31/3/1875 in the Morphett Vale Baptist Chapel. 2 sons. He named his farm Hildasdale, after his wife, Hilda nee FIDGE, a daughter of Lewis Fidge farmer Aldinga. Thomas Pengilly's children appeared to be Winford Roy Pengilly farmer Aldinga, Alvan Lewis Pengilly labourer Solomontown, and Sylvia Stella PROUDMAN wife of Christopher Proudman baker formerly Glenelg later Solomontown by 1926 Application 27475

No 2 – son of William Pengilly

PENGILLY, Thomas farmer Roseworthy Co Gawler. Hundred of Koolunga land grant 1874 Grant Book 55 Page 180 County Stanley

PENGILLY, Thomas farmer Broughton (later Redhill) Co Daly. Hundred of Crystal Brook land grant 1881 Grant Book 60 Page 233 County Victori

PENGILLY, Thomas farmer The Broughton Co Daly. Hundred of Koolunga land grant 1884 Grant Book 55 Page 192 County Stanley

No 3

PENGILLY, Thomas gentleman New Glenelg 1897 Memorial 134/433

No 1 - probably the same person

PENGILLY, William mason Fullarton 1850[-1891] Memorial 158/27

PENGILLY, William gardener Fullarton 1878 Memorial 218/300

PENGILLY, William gentleman Wattle St, Fullarton, died 11/11/1911. Executors; William Henry Pengilly who died 1/1/1921, Richard Pengilly who died 30/6/1930 and Arthur Gordon Pengilly still alive in 1931 Memorial 121/517

No 2 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

PENGILLY, William farmer Aldinga Plains 1853[-1866] Memorial 115/60

PENGILLY, William farmer Willunga 1856[-1858] Memorial 497/99

PENGILLY, William farmer Hundred of Mudla Wirra 1857 Memorial 245/126

PENGILLY, William farmer Roseworthy. Roseworthy Primitive Methodist Chapel trustee 1865 Memorial 56/208

PENGILLY, William farmer Roseworthy 1866 Memorial 41/210

PENGILLY, William farmer Roseworthy Hundred of Mudla Wirra land grant 1866 Grant Book 27 Page 292 County Gawler

PENGILLY, William the Elder farmer Aldinga linked with William Pengilly the Younger and John Pengilly farmers Aldinga 1870 Memorial 114/246

PENGILLY, William farmer Sellick Hill 1866[-1891] Memorial 28/351

PENGILLY, William farmer formerly of Aldinga Plains 1853 but now of Sellick Hill near Aldinga 1867 Application 8362

PENGILLY, William farmer Sellick Hill Hundred of Myponga land grant 1886 Grant Book 36 Page 420 County Hindmarsh

PENGILLY, William the Elder farmer Sellick Hill, died c1886. Bequests to his wife, Prudence Pengilly, his daughter Mary Ann MCRAE (probably wife of Farquhar McRae farmer Aldinga), sons William and John Pengilly and the unnamed children of his deceased son, Henry Pengilly Memorial 175/382

PENGILLY, William farmer Sellick Hill 1883 Application 19798.

PENGILLY, William and John farmers Aldinga 1887 Application 21174

No 3 – the Younger

PENGILLY, William farmer Broughton (later Redhill) Hundred of Koolunga land grant 1880 Grant Book 55 Page 188 County Stanley

PENGILLY, William farmer Broughton 1881 Application 18751

PENGILLY, William farmer Roseworthy 1883 Application 19693

PENGILLY, William Henry farmer Roseworthy Co Gawler. Hundred of Koolunga land grant 1874 Grant Book 55 Page 180 County Stanley

No 1

PENGILLY, Winford Roy farmer Aldinga 1936 Memorial 141/509 

PENGILLY, Winford Roy farmer Aldinga, aged 58 in 1946, declared that he had lived his entire life in the area Application 28481

PENGILLY, Winford Roy mixed farmer Aldinga 1950, declared that he had been born on 22/1/1888 at Aldinga, and had lived in the vicinity for the rest of his life up to 1950 Application 28722

PENGLASE, John railway employee Hallett. Hundred of Hallett land grant 1908 Grant Book 8 Page 100 County Burra

PENGLASE, Samuel miner Adelaide 1843 Memorial 52/285

No 1

PENGLASE, Walter miner Parkside 1882 Memorial 247/343

PENGLASE, Walter no description entered an agreement concerning a mineral lease near The Dome north-west of Farina 'for the present to work the mine, raising and sending down the ore to the railway at Farina to be forwarded to Pt Adelaide (for smelting) or to Pt Augusta (for shipment)' 1882 Memorial 161/342

No 1

PENHALE, Thomas miner Adelaide 1852[-1853] Memorial 43/44

PENHALE, Thomas miner [formerly of Adelaide but now of] Moonta 1873 Memorial 121/264

PENHALL, Absalom miner Kanmantoo 1851 Memorial 269/29

PENHALL, Samuel and Samuel Ernest Penhall farmers Pinnaroo. Hundred of Parilla land grant 1927 Grant Book 12 Page 101 County Chandos

No 1

PENHALL, William mining agent Adelaide, agent for Richard RODDA mining agent Angaston 1850 Memorial 271/26

PENHALL, William miner formerly of Callington now Moonta Mines 1885 He had built the cottage on Lot 111 Nairne when he bought the land from Elizabeth SMILLIE in 1852. His mother, Elizabeth Penhall, then lived there until her death c1862. When the Nairne railway came through, part of this land was used for the railway line, but the SA Government refused to compensate W Penhall until he had a proper title to the property. After his mother died, he had let the house to various tenants Application 20414

PENLEY, Goulbourn labourer now of West Mitcham 1876, son of John Penley of Thebarton Application 15509

No 1

PENLEY, John labourer Adelaide 1839 Gentleman Thebarton 1863 Application 16302

PENLEY, John gentleman Thebarton 1864 Memorial 348/197

PENLEY, John out of business Thebarton 1865 Memorial 143/203

PENLEY, John labourer Thebarton 1877 Application 16302

No 1

PENMAN, John lithographer Adelaide 1851[-1878] Memorial 26/34

No 2

PENMAN, John market gardener Dry Creek 1862[-1867] Memorial 54/186

PENMAN, William Galbraith and John gardeners Brownhill Creek 1854 Memorial 23/73

No 1

PENN, James labourer Bowden 1857[-1859] Memorial 184/125

PENN, James gentleman Bowden 1879 Memorial 138/316

PENN, James labourer Bowden, died 22/11/1881. Three sons - James George Steward Penn bootmaker Adelaide, William John Simpson Penn and Stephen Richard Penn no description Memorial 169/338

No 1

PENN, James Allen farmer Caltowie 1882 Book 13 Page 261 County Dalhousie

PENN, James Allen farmer Coomoroo 1885 Memorial 165/366

PENN, Stephen Richard bootmaker North Adelaide (Gover St), and Anna Maria Penn his wife 1898 Application 23715

No 1

PENNA, Arthur miner Houghton 1849[-1853] Memorial 277/15

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

PENNA, Arthur of Kersbrook 1885 Memorial 221/368

PENNA, John farmer Kersbrook linked with William Penna the Younger no description 1885 Memorial 36/364

PENNA, Joseph John teamster Yunta Yunta township allotment land grant Co Herbert 1895 Grant Book 34 Page 165 County Herbert

PENNA, Richard Thomas labourer Jamestown linked with Alice Penna widow Jamestown 1897 Memorial 51/430

No 1

PENNA, Thomas fruiterer Gawler 1893 Memorial 163/417

PENNA, Thomas formerly fruiterer Gawler but now steam laundry keeper Leederville WA 1902 Memorial 133/446

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

PENNA, William farmer Houghton 1853 Memorial 113/51

PENNA, William farmer Chain of Ponds 1854[-1862] Memorial 294/75

PENNA, William farmer formerly of Houghton but now of the Hundred of Para Wirra 1859 Memorial 319/155

PENNA, William farmer Spring Gully Hundred of Para Wirra land grant 1860 Grant Book 1 Page 188 County Adelaide

PENNA, William farmer Spring Gully near Kersbrook and Gwenllyan Penna his wife 1880 Application 18140.

PENNA, William farmer Gumeracha Hundred of Booleroo land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 620 County Frome

PENNA, William the Elder gardener Kersbrook 1885 Memorial 219/368

PENNA, William the Younger of Pt Augusta 1885 Memorial 220/368

PENNA, William formerly farmer Houghton but now gardener Gawler 1893 Memorial 194/416

PENNA, William gardener Gawler 1893 Application 22508

PENNA, William Herbert gardener Sevenhill 1941 Memorial 73/515

PENNA, William Richard tanner and currier Sevenhill 1912 Memorial 57/485

PENNEFATHER, Frederick William professor of laws Adelaide 1891 Memorial 112/407

PENNEFATHER, Patrick Francis acting manager and secretary Elder's Trustee Co Ltd Adelaide 1928 Memorial 106/500

PENNELL, James labourer Adelaide 1850 Memorial 20/21

PENNELL, William Richard sawyer Adelaide 1855 Memorial 299/98

PENNETTS, Henry business manager Adelaide (129 King William St) 1912 Memorial 118/467

PENNEY, Alfred farmer McLaren Vale 1919 Application 26819

PENNEY, Edward farmer McLaren Vale 1860[-1867] Memorial 133/169

PENNEY, George Rickman plumber Plympton 1921, declared that he came with his parents to live on Plympton Rd, Plympton in 1875 and had been in close touch with land dealings and ownership changes ever since Application 27016

PENNEY, H Kemp of Gouger St, Adelaide 1855 Memorial 493/93

PENNEY, Herbert and Oliver farmers Hill Farm Marrabel on the Dirty Light 1927[-1932] Memorial 156/497

No 1

PENNEY, John Kemp commission agent Adelaide 1862 Application 3091

PENNEY, John Kemp agent Adelaide leased a house and business premises in Gawler Place at £152 a year for 7 years 1862 Memorial 113/186

PENNEY, John Kemp gentleman Plympton 1875[-1877] Memorial 120/283

PENNEY, John Kemp labour agent Adelaide (Currie St) leased a two-room office and cellar next to and belonging to the White Horse Inn, Currie St, for 7 years at £2/15/- a week from 1879 Memorial 97/320

PENNEY, John Kemp agent Adelaide and Emma Leifchild Penney his wife 1886 Memorial 88/373

PENNEY, John Kemp agent Plympton 1891 Memorial 64/407 He had died by 1896 when his widow, EL Penney, was still living at Plympton Memorial 37/428

PENNEY, Emma Leifchild widow Plympton 1898 Application 23520

No 1

PENNEY, Thomas labourer Hindmarsh 1853 Memorial 362/56

No 2

PENNY, Thomas farmer Tothill Creek 1857[-1858] Memorial 7/135

PENNEY, Thomas farmer Dirty Light 1858[-1864] Memorial 325/158

PENNEY, Thomas farmer formerly of the Dirty Light 1858 but now of Marrabel on the Dirty Light 1873 Application 12551

No 1

PENNEY, William farmer Willaston 1856[-1859] Memorial 53/148

No 2

PENNEY, William farmer Little Para 1857 Memorial 325/116

PENNEY, William farmer formerly of the Little Para but now of Kapunda 1860 Memorial 267/161

PENNEY, William farmer Light River near Marrabel 1863 Memorial 266/189

PENNEY, William farmer formerly of the Little Para late of Kapunda 1860 now of near Marrabel 1870 Application 10656

PENNIFOLD, Henry gentleman Beachport Beachport (Hundred of Rivoli Bay) township allotment land grant 1879 Grant Book 31 Page 290 County Grey

PENNILL, Richard labourer Adelaide 1854 Memorial 339/64

No 1

PENNINGTON, Henry fisherman Glenelg 1854 Memorial 257/66

PENNINGTON, Henry mariner Glenelg 1865 Memorial 264/205

No 1

PENNINGTON, John Davidson labourer Pt Adelaide 1857 Memorial 31/120

PENNINGTON, John Davidson no description and Helen Pennington his wife 1860 Memorial 334/193

PENNINGTON, John Davidson mariner married Helen BATLEY spinster on 26/1/1852 St Peter's Melbourne Vic. The Penningtons emigrated to SA. JD Pennington mariner Portland Estate, died 31/12/1860, of accidental drowning in the Pt Adelaide Creek, aged 35. His eldest son, John Rowland Pennington, born 20/5/1859 Pt Adelaide, was his heir at law. Widowed Helen Pennington 35 Portland Estate (Father: John Batley) remarried to Robert G Walker 30 mariner Pt Adelaide (Father: David Walker) on 25/3/1864 the Pennington residence. Minister: Charles MARRYAT. Witnesses: Samuel ADAMS labourer Queenstown and Elizabeth Adams (could not write) of Queenstown. JR Pennington was a gardener in South Perth by 1895. His two sisters were, Helen Davidson HODGEMAN wife of Alfred Hodgeman master mariner Pt Adelaide and Georgina TURNER wife of William Turner farmer Woodville. A son and a daughter had died in infancy. Helen Walker's husband, RG Walker, had also died by 1895 Application 22983

No 1

PENNINGTON, Joseph clerk to RD HANSON solicitor Adelaide 1847[-1849] Memorial 456/9 Clerk to RD HANSON & HICKS solicitors Adelaide 1851[-1852] Memorial 101/31

PENNINGTON, Joseph gentleman Adelaide 1855 Memorial 452/88

PENNINGTON, Joseph law clerk died January 1855. Frederick Wright stated on 29/9/1874 ‘I was well acquainted with J Pennington … In or about the month of January 1855, I and the said Joseph Pennington in company with everal others left Adelaide on a pleasure trip to Kangaroo Island, where we landed , and when walking on the sea beach, I saw the said Joseph Pennington then some considerable distance from me leave the beach and enter the scrub and very shortly afterwards, I and others of the party made a long and careful search for the said Joseph Pennington, but we were unable to find him, the scrub in that part of the Island being extremely dense. I and other members of the party afterwards caused searches to be made for the said Joseph Pennington by various residents on the Island, but such searches as I was then informed were unsuccessful and the searchers stated from the tracks they found that they believed the said Joseph Pennington had perished in the scrub. The said Joseph Pennington has never since the time of his being lost as before mentioned been in any way heard of and I verily believe from the circumstances aforesaid that the said Joseph Pennington is dead.’ Deposits 156 & 1575/1874

PENNINGTON, Richard James sawyer Norwood 1853[-1855] Memorial 454/51

PENNINGTON, William Howarth bank manager Gravesend, Kent, England 1874[-1876] brother and heir at law of the late Joseph Pennington formerly gentleman Adelaide, who died in January 1855 intestate Memorial 154/277

PENNINGTON, William Howorth Manager of the London & County Bank Gravesend, Kent, England, power of attorney to William David SCOTT and John Warren BAKEWELL gentlemen Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 2/7/1874. He was born 11/6/1838 Old Broad St, London, the son of Joseph Pennington the Elder and his wife Mary Ann nee Rudd. WH Pennington was baptised at St Peter Le Poor, London. His parents were married 24/1/1818 St Giles Cripplegate, London, Middlesex. Joseph Pennington the Elder solicitor’s clerk 14 Middleton Road, Dalston, Hackney, Middlesex, cut his throat in a temporary state of insanity 25/11/1848, aged 53. His son, Joseph Pennington the Younger was born 2/9/1827 and baptised 10/2/1828 St Peter Le Poor parish church. Joseph Pennington the Younger left England for SA in 1846. In 1855, his sister, Mrs Henry DAVIS, wrote to tell the family that Joseph Pennington the Younger had died. She lived with her brother. Some of the above biographical data given by William HILL gentleman 3 The Terrace Stamford Hill, Middlesex, England, who married Amy Pennington, sister of Joseph Pennington the Elder Deposits 127 & 138/1874

PENNOCK, William brickmaker Norwood 1850 Memorial 288/25

PENNY, Alfred farmer McLaren Vale 1888 Application 21402

PENNY, Charles Christopher Esquire now residing out of this province of SA 1852 Memorial 93/44

PENNY, Charles James gentleman Hackney 1877[-1884] Memorial 95/301

No 1

PENNY, Charles Mounsey gentleman Adelaide 1850. His wife called Mary, and his son called Charles James PENNY. Two other Pennys in a deal - Christopher Septimus Penny of Adelaide, and also George Daniel Penny gentleman Glen Osmond Memorial 275/21

PENNY, Charles Mounsey Esquire Parkside Cottage, Hackney 1855[-1860] Memorial 213/83

PENNY, Charles Mounsey gentleman Hackney, about to depart the province for some considerable time, power of attorney to John CORNISH gentlemann Mitcham, to manage his SA business affairs 20/12/1856 Deposit 1435/1857

PENNY, Charles Mounsey gentleman Adelaide, died 18/7/1860. His whole estate to his wife, Mary Penny. If anything should happen to the wife, then the estate to be distributed between his two brothers James Parker Penny and George Daniel Penny, and in the event of the prior death of one of them, his share to his sister, Sarah Parker Penny Application 26733

PENNY, Mary widow Hackham relict of the late Charles Mounsey Penny no description now deceased 1861 Memorial 221/177

No 1

PENNY, Christopher Septimus builder formerly of Adelaide, but now on a voyage to Britain 1840. Of 6 Coverdale Montague Road, Richmond, Surrey, England 1893. Husband of Isabella Stewart Penny formerly Isabella Stewart CAMERON youngest daughter of the late Francis Cameron Esquire Edinburgh, Scotland. In 1844, when the Pennys married, Mr Cameron was the Treasurer of the Edinburgh Water Company Application 22618

PENNY, Christopher Septimus Esquire Hill Cottage North Adelaide 1850[-1854] Memorial 425/27 [Excellent map of the cottage's location Memorial 329/74]

PENNY, Christopher Septimus merchant Adelaide, brother to Henry Francis Penny, lost his store in Grenfell St, Adelaide, by fire on 30/11/1852. James ROBIN merchant Adelaide watched the store burn down. CS Penny lived in Dresden, Saxony 1874. CS Penny's sister-in-law, Mary Penny, widow of Charles Mounsey Penny, lived in Hackney 1873 Application 14108

PENNY, Christopher Septimus Esquire Adelaide, about to reside out of the province for some time, power of attorney to John CORNISH of Mitcham, to manage my SA business affairs 2/4/1853 Enrolment 15/10

PENNY, Christopher Septimus Esquire formerly of Adelaide now on a voyage to Great Britain 1853[-1854] Memorial 62/51

PENNY, Christopher Septimus Esquire formerly of Hill Cottage, North Adelaide but now residing out of SA 1861 Memorial 193/179

PENNY, Christopher Septimus Esquire Hazelwood near Bristol, Somerset, England 1865 Memorial 138/201

PENNY, Christopher Septimus Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now of Hazelwood, Bristol, England 1866 Application 7984

PENNY, Christopher Septimus Esquire formerly of Adelaide now residing in Co Glos, England 1870. In 1844, in Edinburgh, Scotland, he had married Isabella Stewart CAMERON youngest daughter of Francis Cameron Treasurer to the Edinburgh Water Company, Scotland … with the approbation of her said father. CS Penny had already emigrated to SA at the time of his marriage Application 10872

PENNY, Christopher Septimus formerly of Richmond, Surrey, England then of Bideford, Devon, and late of Kew, Surrey, had died by 1894 Memorial 157/421

PENNY, Christopher Septimus Esquire 6 Coverdale Richmond, Surrey, England, died 17/1/1894. His trustees were his wife, Isabella Stewart PENNY and Stewart Marischal KEITH-DOUGLAS. Power of attorney to Alfred SPENCE estate agent Adelaide, to manage the Penny Estate 21/3/1894 Deposit 41/1894

PENNY, Clifton articled clerk Adelaide 1892 Memorial 232/415

No 1

PENNY, Edward Arnold manager 130 Kensington Rd, Toorak 1937 Application 28079

PENNY, Edward Arnold sales manager 130 Kensington Rd, Toorak 1940 Application 28252

No 1

PENNY, Edward Burton Esquire Adelaide, about to reside out of the province for some while, power of attorney to Christopher Septimus Penny Esquire Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 11/5/1849 Deposit 272/OA

PENNY, Edward Burton Esquire Topsham, Devon, England 1865 Memorial 257/202

PENNY, George Daniel Esquire Adelaide 1850 Memorial 155/23

No 1

PENNY, Henry of Adelaide 1851 Memorial 27/33

No 2

PENNY, Henry farmer North Rhine 1866 Memorial 219/211

No 1

PENNY, Henry Francis merchant Liverpool, Lancs, England 1843 Memorial 7/3

PENNY, Henry Francis merchant Adelaide 1850 Memorial 374/27

PENNY, Henry Francis laid out the township of Seaforth (24 allotments) on pt Section 353 Hundred of Yatala in 1846. He left SA for Britain, leaving his local attorney WJ CHAUNCY, to sell the allotments. In SA during 1851. Became a bankrupt in May 1854. Brother to CS Penny from whom he bought the land to lay out the new township Application 14108

PENNY, Henry Francis Esquire late of Liverpool, Lancs, England, now of Menton, Empire of France, declared in 1865, that he had emigrated to SA in 1850, when he purchased Sections 6610 and 1306 Sources of the Torrens from Christopher Septimus Penny Esquire Adelaide. These deeds, together with deeds of his properties in Franklin and Halifax Sts, Adelaide, he placed with wearing apparel and other articles in a chest of drawers in CS Penny’s warehouse, Grenfell St, Adelaide in 1851. He occupied the site at the time. In 1852, the chest of drawers and its contents were destroyed in a fire, which destroyed the office and store. Application 7984

PENNY, Henry Francis merchant and an insolvent formerly of Adelaide but now of Melbourne Vic 1854 Memorial 4/69

PENNY, Henry Francis gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now of Grapendale, Liverpool, Lancs, England 1858 Memorial 235/297

PENNY, Henry Francis gentleman insolvent debtor, Melbourne Vic 1866 Memorial 236/297

PENNY, Henry Francis formerly of Melbourne, was a bankrupt in 1866. Links with Mary Penny widow Hackney relict of the late Charles Mouncey Penny who died 18/7/1860 Adelaide Memorial 180/260

PENNY, Henry Watson journalist Tauranga, Province Auckland New Zealand, power of attorney to John SOUTER Esquire Adelaide, to claim £320 from Alfred SPENCE, SA executor for the will of EB PENNY Esquire Alamira Topsham, Devon, England. HW Penny was EB Penny’s nephew. He had already received £480 from the English executors of the estate. His uncle had left him £800 altogether. 40 nieces, nephews and grand-nieces mentioned in the will Deposit 83/1874

PENNY, John labourer Moonta 1907 Grant Book 14 Page 177 County Daly

PENNY, John Banks surgeon Robe 1859 Memorial 199/157

PENNY, Richard John farmer Tatiara. Hundred of Wirrega land grant 1880 Grant Book 7 Page 42 County Buckingham

No 1

PENNY, Robert Banks surgeon Robe 1856[-1857] Memorial 215/102

PENNY, Robert Banks surgeon Charla Banks. Trustee School Bordertown (Hundred of Tatiara) allotment land grant 1867 Grant Book 66 Page 68 County Buckingham

PENNY, Robert Banks surgeon Tatiara. Hundred of Tatiara land grant 1877 Grant Book 7 Page 5 County Buckingham

PENNY, Robert Banks surgeon Charla Banks. Trustee Institute Bordertown Bordertown (Hundred of Tatiara) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 66 Page 52 County Buckingham

PENNY, Samuel druggist Buckingham Park. Hundred of Tatiara land grant 1878 Grant Book 7 Page 7 County Buckingham

No 1 - perhaps the same person; perhaps a mixture of the Elder and the Younger

PENNY, Thomas farmer North Rhine 1857 Memorial 208/129

PENNY, Thomas farmer Tothill Creek 1858 Memorial 271/148

PENNY, Thomas farmer of the Light 1864. He could not write Application 5912

PENNY, Thomas the Younger farmer Marrabel on the Dirty Light 1865 Application 5912

PENNY, Thomas, William, John, Alfred, Charles and Clarence farmers Marrabel on the Dirty Light 1900 Application 24121

PENNY, William farmer Willaston 1858 Memorial 53/148

No 1

PENNYCUICK, John stonemason Gawler 1855 Memorial 8/91

PENNYCUICK, John [formerly of Gawler but now of] Strathalbyn 1858 Memorial 168/142

PENNYCUICK, John stonemason formerly of Gawler 1855 but now of Strathalbyn 1863 Application 4500

PENNYCUICK, John mason Strathalbyn 1866 Memorial 222/215

PENOYRE, F solicitor Pt Augusta 1929 Application 27733

PENROSE, John farmer Echunga 1860 Memorial 117/164

PENROSE, Llewellyn Staners draper's salesman Kooringa 1920[-1943] Memorial 9/480

No 1 - perhaps the same person

PENROSE, Richard miner Callington 1873 Application 12464

PENROSE, Richard and Thomas of Moonta Mines 1884 Memorial 218/358

PENROSE, Richard farmer Cunliffe trustee a Chapel perhaps at Cunliffe 1885 Grant Book 14 Page 89 County Daly

No 1 - perhaps the same person

PENROSE, Richard Henry farmer Moonta. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1887 Grant Book 14 Page 246 County Daly

PENROSE, Richard Henry of Kadina linked with Thomas Penrose of Moonta 1888 Memorial 28/394

PENROSE, William Thomas Bible Christian minister Willunga 1899 Memorial 107/438

PENROSE, William farmer Echunga, died 19/2/1892. His estate, he left partly to his son, Patrick Penrose, and the greater part to his widow, Elizabeth Penrose. William Penrose had bought his Echunga farm land in 1850, from his brother-in-law, Patrick KAVANAGH miner Mt Barker, and had lived there ever since until his death. Esther HAYES nee KAVANAGH wife of Michael Hayes farmer Hay Valley explained the above facts about her father and uncle. They had a number of mutual business deals together. Patrick Kavanagh had gone to live beside the Broughton River in December 1871, and died there in early 1872. He was buried in the Mt Barker RC Cemetery. Elizabeth REDMAN spinster Echunga also knew the Penrose and Kavanagh families well 1893 Application 22465

PENS, William John labourer Burra 1946 Memorial 178/520

PENSCHKE, Ferdinand carpenter Norwood 1870[-1877] Memorial 13/249

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

PENSON, Richard farmer Gawler 1852 Memorial 169/42

PENSON, Richard sawyer Gawler 1868 Memorial 25/231

No 1

PENTECOST, Benjamin James yeoman Glenelg 1855 Memorial 186/93

PENTECOST, Benjamin James labourer Somerton 1856 Memorial 416/100

PENTECOST, Benjamin James of Somerton and Mary Ann Pentecost his wife 1857 Memorial 199/279

PENTECOST, Benjamin James labourer formerly mariner Somerton near Glenelg, died 3/12/1874 nephritis, aged 70. He left his estate to his widow Mary Ann Pentecost Application 14556

PENTELOW, William shoemaker Hindmarsh 1852[-1861] Memorial 491/43

PENTELOW, Mrs of Holden St, Hindmarsh 1877 Application 16351

PENTELOW, William bootmaker Hindmarsh, died 5/11/1866 of brain disease, aged 66. Husband of Elizabeth Pentelow. Their daughter, Mary Ann Pentelow 29 spinster Underdale married George Gifford NORMAN 34 farmer Underdale (Father Richard Norman) on 24/4/1867 Pirie St Wesleyan Church Witnesses: John Ronald AULD wine maker Underdale and Hannah MILLARD Minister's wife Pirie St, Adelaide. Mary Ann NORMAN wife of GG Norman farmer Underdale, died 18/11/1867, of congestion of the lungs, aged 29. Sister to Hannah RHODES. William Richard Pentelow bootmaker Mt Pleasant was her only brother. The father had left the two sisters two cottages on Lot 147 Hindmarsh 'My daughter Hannah RHODES shall have the house or cottage containing 5 rooms, for her own use … and my daughter Mary Ann Pentelow shall have the cottage containing three rooms for her own use … the right of way to the back doors of the two cottages shall be common property belonging equally to Hannah Rhodes and Mary Ann Pentelow …' His son, WR Pentelow, could have the £175 which his father had lent him, provided he pay his mother 10% on the sum annually for the rest of her life Application 16773

PENTLEY, John of Thebarton, father of Goulbourn Pentley labourer West Mitcham 1876 Application 15509

No 1 - perhaps the same person

PENTON, George labourer Adelaide 1850 Memorial 276/24

PENTON, George overseer Yorke Peninsula 1850[-1859] Memorial 390/24

PENTREATH, RW clerk Hoyleton 1892 Memorial 98/415

No 1

PENTRIDGE, Joseph farmer Peachey Belt 1851 Memorial 72/35

PENTRIDGE, Joseph farmer Munno Para 1851 Memorial 340/37

No 1

PEPPER, Frederick Hilton mariner Portland Estate 1868[-1875] Memorial 190/236

PEPPER, Frederick Hilton master mariner Pt Adelaide 1877 Application 16160

No 1

PEPPER, Henry farmer Willunga 1850 Memorial 341/70

PEPPER, Henry farmer Aldinga Plains 1854 Memorial 263/65

PEPPER, Henry farmer Magill 1854[-1856] Magill Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee Memorial 143/74

PEPPER, Henry yeoman and John Pepper mason Magill 1860 Memorial 83/166

PEPPER, Henry mail contractor Magill 1865[-1868] Memorial 342/203, Application 3270

PEPPER, James shoemaker Brighton 1877 Application 16399

No 1

PEPPER, John bootmaker Adelaide (Carrington St) 1850[-1853] Memorial 307/22

PEPPER, John shoemaker formerly of Adelaide (Carrington St) 1850 but now of Unley 1862 Application 3481

No 2 - perhaps the same person

PEPPER, John mason Willunga 1854 Memorial 149/63

PEPPER, John builder Adelaide (Norman St) 1871 Application 11614

No 3

PEPPER, John the Younger baker Unley 1860[-1863] Memorial 283/166

PEPPER, John the Younger yeoman Unley 1865 Memorial 131/201

PEPPER, John the Younger formerly baker 1860 but now yeoman Unley 1865 Application 6727

PEPPER, John Henry gardener Mt Lofty 1877 Memorial 60/302

No 1 - perhaps the same person

PEPPER, Joseph butcher Echunga 1854[-1861] Memorial 83/69

PEPPER, Joseph of Southern Yorke Peninsula 1862 Memorial 323/186

PEPPER, Montague and WILLIS, Frederick William drapers Adelaide. FW Willis sold his interest in the business in October 1879. M Pepper gave up the business in 1882 Memorials 218/317, 184/318, 1/340

PEPPER, Richard licensed victualler Echunga leased the Bridge Hotel for 3 years at £3 a week from John HAIMES, Maria Matilda MALLEN and Arthur BEAN brewers Mitcham. He had to agree not 'to convert the said inn … into a private house or use the same for any other purpose than as a public house or permit the same to be closed for more than 48 hours. And to keep open, manage and conduct the said inn in an orderly manner …' 1879 Memorial 73/314

PEPPER, Susan widow Exeter 1896 Application 23209

PEPPER, Thelma Agnes married woman Woodbury Rd, Stirling West, aged 37 in 1949, declared that she had lived in the district for 25 years Application 28699

PEPPER, Thomas stonemason Syleham near Robe 1867 Application 8066

PEPPERELL, Harding Bickford orchardist Angaston 1911 Application 26005

No 1

PEPPERALL, Humphrey Harding Bickford farmer Angaston 1858[-1867] [Perhaps a family link with Humphrey Harding Bickford of Adelaide] Memorial 275/146

PEPPERELL, Humphrey Harding Bickford farmer near Angaston 1866 Application 7944

No 1

PEPPERELL, Robert gentleman Kensington 1847 Memorial 421/9

PEPPERELL, Robert gentleman Adelaide, power of attorney to Henry AYERS gentleman Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs, especially to collect various moneys owing 2/2/1848 Deposit 319/OA

PEPPERELL, Robert formerly of Kensington but now of Portsea, Hants England 1850 Memorial 97/24

PEPPERELL, Robert gentleman formerly of Kensington but now in parts beyond the seas 1860 Memorial 154/166

PEPPERELL, Robert of North Adelaide and Mary Pepperell his wife 1868 Memorial 106/234

PEPPERELL, Robert gentleman North Kensington and Mary Pepperell his wife 1877 Memorial 216/299

PEPPERELL, Robert gentleman Kensington and Mary Pepperell his wife 1877 Application 16170

PEPPERELL, Robert gentleman North Kensington and Mary Pepperell his wife 1878. Mrs Pepperell had adopted Beatrice Elizabeth Jane HEATH [Perhaps a relative of Mrs HH BICKFORD nee Sarah Heath of Adelaide??]. Trusts to allow Beatrice Elizabeth Jane Heath to inherit part of Mary Pepperell's estate, after Robert Pepperell died if he survived his wife. If E Heath died before her adopted mother or left the Pepperell home for good without permission, her inheritance to go to her sister, Olivia Heath. [Likely that the Heath girls were daughters of Henry Heath blacksmith Glenelg.] Another portion of Mary Pepperell's estate to go to Esther Elizabeth PAPPIN and Edward Oates Orchard Pappin, children of James Pappin blacksmith Kensington. Mary Pepperell owned houses, land and the Globe Inn Memorial 190/320

PEPPERELL, Robert gentleman Kensington and Mary Pepperell his wife 1881 Memorial 46/333

PEPPERELL, Mary widow of Robert Pepperell farmer Thornton St, Kensington, died 1/8/1885 of serous apoplexy, aged 76 1885 Application 20779

No 1

PEPPERELL, Simon carpenter Adelaide 1861 Application 2642

PEPPERELL, Simon out of business 162 Gilbert St, Adelaide, died c1907. Brother to Samuel Pepperell and Tabitha Ann POTTER nee Pepperell. Uncle of Harry Potter Memorial 86/458

PEPPERELL, William Bickford saddler Caltowie 1887 Memorial 18/383

PEPPIAT, Daniel bricklayer Kensington 1849 Memorial 117/18

PERCIVAL, Eleanor hotelkeeper Adelaide wife of George Murray Percival out of business Adelaide 1904 Memorial 24/451

PERCIVAL, Ernest William out of business Glenelg linked with Samuel Thomas Percy Percival company director Glenelg 1927 Memorial 121/497

PERCIVAL, James Richard draper North Adelaide 1870 Application 10682

No 1

PERCIVAL, Thomas station master Bassett Town near Gawler 1863[-1865] Memorial 52/189

PERCIVAL, Thomas railway station master Bassett Town and his wife, Ann Percival daughter of Elizabeth BASSETT widow Bassett Town 1864 Memorial 157/197

PERCIVAL, Ann widow Bassett Town near Gawler 1871 Memorial 45/255

No 1 - perhaps the same person

PERCIVAL, Thomas storekeeper Summertown 1879 Memorial 144/318

PERCIVAL, Thomas storekeeper Summertown 1883 Application 19698

PERCIVAL, Thomas Bonython storekeeper Summertown 1894 Memorial 3/423, Application 22738

PERCIVAL, Thomas Bonython baker Glenelg 1900 Application 24032

No 1

PERCIVAL, Vincent gardener Norwood 1853 Memorial 464/58

PERCIVAL, Vincent yeoman Norwood 1854[-1856] Memorial 345/77

PERCIVAL, Vincent market gardener Norwood 1859 Memorial 23/150

No 1 - perhaps the same person

PERCIVAL, William servant to John WOTHERSPOON solicitor Adelaide (Grenfell St) 1845 Memorial 196/5

PERCIVAL, William dealer Adelaide 1859 Application 391

PERCIVAL, William dairyman Edwardstown 1860 Application 1540

PERCIVAL, William gardener Mt Lofty 1868[-1889] Memorial 82/230

No 2

PERCIVAL, William of North Adelaide and Ellen Percival his wife 1877 Memorial 232/299

PERCY, Alfred merchant's clerk Adelaide 1857[-1868] Memorial 312/131

PERCY, Frank P clerk to Messrs ANDREWS & BONNIN solicitors Adelaide 1867[-1871] Memorial 35/222

PERCY, George shepherd to David MUTTON of Angaston 1856 Memorial 335/98

PERCY, Joseph James miner Kadina. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1907 Grant Book 14 Page 253 County Daly

No 1

PERCY, Roger miner Kanmantoo 1865 Memorial 93/217

PERCY, Roger miner Nairne 1866 Memorial 188/208

PERCY, Roger labourer near Nairne 1891 Application 22182

PERCY, Thomas butcher Gawler 1865 Memorial 244/205

PERCY, William miner Kapunda 1857[-1860] Memorial 18/137

PERCY, William Charles clerk Adelaide Co Adelaide. Mobilong (later Murray Bridge Hundred of Mobilong) township allotment land grant 1884 Grant Book 58 Page 217 County Sturt

PERCY, William Henry plumber Gawler 1891 Application 22113

PERDRIX, Jean Louis restaurant proprietor Adelaide leased the basement of the Australian Widows Fund Buildings in Grenfell St for his business 1903 Memorial 98/449

PEREIRA, Manuel storekeeper Pt Adelaide 1893 Application 22490

No 1

PERHAM, Silas labourer Magill 1854 Memorial 334/70

PERHAM, Silas labourer formerly of Magill but now of Gawler River 1863 Application 4221

No 1

PERHAM, William Esquire Adelaide 1848 Memorial 424/10

PERHAM, William Half Pay Lieutenant in the Royal Marines Adelaide 1849 Memorial 421/15

PERHAM, William 1st Lieutenant of the Royal Marines Adelaide 1850 Memorial 207/44

No 1

PERKINS, Alfred farmer Hill River 1861 Memorial 316/172

PERKINS, Alfred farmer near Redruth 1869 Memorial 177/244

PERKINS, Arthur Henry carpenter Adelaide 1871 Memorial 35/254

No 1

PERKINS, Charles Anstice farmer Saddleworth Co Light. Hundred of Kulpara land grant 1871 Grant Book 14 Page 323 County Daly

PERKINS, Charles Anstice farmer Kulpara Co Daly. Hundred of Appila land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 505 County Frome

PERKINS, Charles Anstice yeoman Golden Grove 1883 Memorial 205/350

PERKINS, Charles Anstice yeoman formerly of Golden Grove but now of Nhill Vic 1895 Memorial 101/425

No 1

PERKINS, CD [prob Charles Devonshire] clerk to GW COTTON land agent Adelaide 1875 Memorial 37/286

PERKINS, CD clerk [probably to Edward AD OPIE land agent Pirie St Adelaide] Adelaide 1878 Memorial 78/348

PERKINS, CD agent Adelaide 1882[-1883] Memorial 142/341

PERKINS, Charles Devonshire land agent Adelaide (Waymouth St) 1884 Memorial 205/359

PERKINS, CL clerk Adelaide 1882 Memorial 51/343

PERKINS, CW land agent Adelaide 1881[-1885] Memorial 81/333

No 1

PERKINS, Edward drayman Brompton 1883 Application 20009

PERKINS, Edward storeman Brompton 1903 Brompton Methodist Church trustee Application 28475

PERKINS, Frederick Charles farmer Lameroo. Hundred of Bews land grant 1910 Grant Book 12 Page 6 County Chandos

No 1

PERKINS, George station manager Arkaba 1877 Memorial 200/301

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

PERKINS, George farmer Woodside Hundred of Appila land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 505 County Frome

PERKINS, George farmer Woodside. Son of Richard Perkins farmer Woodside 1887[-1890] Memorial 171/388, Application 21850

PERKINS, George Henry farmer Undalya 1882 Application 19464

PERKINS, Harold farm labourer Lameroo. Hundred of Bews land grant 1908 Grant Book 12 Page 3 County Chandos

PERKINS, Hubert farmer Lameroo trustee Methodist Church Bews Bore 1909 Grant Book 12 Page 5 County Chandos

No 1

PERKINS, John builder Clare 1851[-1854] Memorial 450/35

PERKINS, Margaret widow Hill River 1861 Memorial 316/172

PERKINS, Margaret widow Hill River linked with Alfred Perkins farmer Hill River 1865 Memorial 211/205

PERKINS, Margaret widow near Redruth 1869 Memorial 176/244

No 1

PERKINS, Richard farmer Mt Barker District 1847 Memorial 262/8

PERKINS, Richard farmer Mt Charles 1855 Charleston public school trustee Memorial 6/91

PERKINS, Richard farmer Woodford Farm Mt Charles 1857 Memorial 192/128

PERKINS, Richard farmer Woodford Farm near Woodside, died 28/4/1886. Husband of Sarah Perkins Application 21850

PERKINS, Richard the Elder farmer near Woodside now deceased. His family by 1887, included his widow, Sarah Perkins, and children - Richard Perkins the Younger farmer Torquon Vic, Robert Perkins farmer Hundred of Lancelot, Charles Anstice Perkins farmer Bordertown, William Perkins farmer Torquon Vic, George Perkins farmer Woodside, Stephen Henry Perkins farmer Woodside, Sarah Ann Perkins spinster Woodside, and John Perkins farmer Woodside Memorial 170/388

No 2

PERKINS, Richard bootmaker Bowden 1868 Application 9471

PERKINS, Richard storekeeper Bowden 1903 Brompton Methodist Church trustee Application 28475

PERKINS, Richard Henry gentleman Pt Augusta Quorn (Hundred of Pichi Richi) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 49 Page 6 County Newcastle

No 3

PERKINS, Richard of Oladdie 1881 Memorial 21/331

PERKINS, Sarah Ann of Oladdie 1881 Memorial 20/331

No 1 - likely to be the same person

PERKINS, Richard Wicksted Esquire Adelaide 1850[-1852] Memorial 164/27

PERKINS, RW solicitor Adelaide (King William St) 1850[- 1851] Memorial 13/21

No 1

PERKINS, Robert farmer Mt Gambier Hundred of Naracoorte land grant 1873 Grant Book 50 Page 102 County Robe

No 2

PERKINS, Robert farmer Lancelot trustee unnamed Cemetery Lancelot Hundred of Gumbowie land grant 1884 Grant Book 40 Page 45 County Kimberley

PERKINS, Stephen Henry farmer Lancelot Lancelot (Hundred of Gumbowie) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 40 Page 65 County Kimberley

No 1 - probably the same person

PERKINS, Thomas carrier's clerk Brompton 1898 Application 23700

PERKINS, Thomas clerk Brompton 1903 Brompton Methodist Church trustee Application 28475

PERKINS, Thomas SA Company Secretary Adelaide 1912 Memorial 68/467

PERKINS, Thomas of 39 Currie St, Adelaide 1921 Memorial 69/483

PERKINS, William farmer Kulpara Hundred of Appila land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 505 County Frome

PERKINS, William Henry carpenter Adelaide 1840 Application 1233

No 1

PERKS, Gilbert mariner Pt Adelaide 1872 Memorial 244/257

PERKS, Mary widow Pt Adelaide linked with the late Gilbert Perks formerly of Pt Adelaide but now deceased 1887 Memorial 210/382

PERKS, Mary widow of Gilbert Perks mariner Le Fevre Peninsula, for land in the village of Freshwater pt Section 1110 Hundred of Pt Adelaide 1895 Application 22948

PERKS, Reuben George carter Muloowurtie Muloowurtie (later Pine Point) township allotment land grant 1911[-1912] Grant Book 20 Page 33 County Fergusson

No 1

PERNE, Friedrich Wilhelm distiller Tanunda 1877 Application 15750

PERNE, Mrs Therese with land in Tanunda represented by her trustee, Theodor HEUZENRÖDER chemist Tanunda 1883 Application 19642

PERNELL, John farmer Tam O'Shanter Belt near Adelaide 1853 Memorial 220/60

No 1

PERREGALLI, Antonio gentleman Adelaide [prob Rundle St] 1846 Memorial 490/5

PERREGALLI, Antonio gentleman [formerly of Adelaide but now of] Launceston VDL 1848 Memorial 290/13

PERREGALLI, Antonio gentleman [formerly of Launceston VDL but now of] Melbourne Vic 1853 Memorial 240/55

No 1

PERRERS, William Tardrew and Henry HILTON brewers Pt Augusta 1879 Memorial 98/314

PERRERS, William Tardrew brewer Pt Augusta. Hundred of Davenport land grant 1879 Grant Book 24 Page 656 County Frome

PERRERS, William Tardrew and John Barker brewers Pt Augusta trading under the style or firm of Perrers & Co 1882 Memorial 183/341

PERRERS, William Tardrew brewer Pt Augusta 1882 Memorial 111/344

PERRERS & BARKER brewers Pt Augusta 1885 Application 20451

PERRERS, William Tardrew brewer and aerated waters manufacturer Pt Augusta formerly in partnership with John Barker 1888 Memorial 57/395

No 1

PERRETT, Charles labourer Truro 1858 Memorial 92/135

PERRETT, Charles shoemaker Truro 1864[-1865] Memorial 324/197

PERRETT, Charles shoemaker Truro. Blanchetown (Hundred of Skurray) township allotment land grant 1868 Grant Book 17 Page 292 County Eyre

No 1 - probably the same person

PERRIAM, George Henry carpenter Stepney Co Adelaide. Hundred of Gregory land grant 1901 Grant Book 23 Page 104 County Frome

No 1

PERRIAM, John builder Brompton Park 1911 Memorial 36/465

PERRIAM, John builder Brompton Park 1911 Application 26010

PERRIAM, John out of business Southwark, died 14/7/1925 Phillip St, Southwark. Husband of Mary Hannah Perriam. Father of John Hellawell Perriam, Lily SMITH, Herbert William Perriam, Walter Charlesworth Perriam and Percival Mason Perriam. Brother of George Henry Perriam out of business Winchester St, East Adelaide, who died 18/7/1932. Father of Roy Vercoe Perriam and Lindsay Gordon Perriam builders and contractors St Peters Memorials 91 & 92/514

No 1

PERRIAM, William farmer Section 53 Survey B 1853 Memorial 398/52

PERRIAM, William farmer Bay Road 1853 Memorial 261/57

No 2 - perhap a continuation of No 1

PERRIAM, William carpenter Adelaide 1854 Memorial 171/124

Carpenter Glenelg 1857 Memorial 177/124

PERRIAM, William Nias carpenter Brompton Park 1883 Application 19867

PERRIMAN, Louis Phillip builder Thebarton. Mile End Church of Christ Torrensville Inc 1925 Memorial 41/493

PERRIN, Edward S of Conmurra 1887 Memorial 40/384

No 1

PERRIN, George farmer Adelaide 1854 Hundred of Onkaparinga land grant Memorial 188/77

PERRIN, George carter the Company's Tiers 1854[-1855] Memorial 113/67

PERRIN, George formerly farmer Adelaide 1854 but now labourer Norton Summit 1874 Application 13455

No 1 - the same person but clashing descriptors

PERRY, Alfred baker Adelaide 1841 Baker Willunga 1848 Application 7613

PERRY, Alfred farmer Willunga 1845[-1886] Memorial 121/77

PERRY, Alfred farmer Noarlunga 1853[-1856] Memorial 338/46

No 2

PERRY, Alfred storekeeper Belair 1887 Memorial 105/383

No 3

PERRY, Alfred storekeeper Keyneton 1920 Memorial 166/481

PERRY, Alfred Stanley farmer Noarlunga 1935 Application 27959

No 1

PERRY, Arnold poultry farmer Goolwa 1942 Memorial 159/516

PERRY, Arnold poultry farmer Goolwa 1955 Application 29119

No 1

PERRY, Caroline Fletcher spinster 110 Earls Court Road, South Kensington, Middlesex, England 1897 Memorial 101/431

PERRY, Caroline Fletcher spinster formerly of 110 Earls Court Road, South Kensington, but now of 11 Mornington Ave, West Kensington, Middlesex, England, power of attorney to Knox, Gwynne & Hargrave solicitors Adelaide, to manage her SA business affairs 16/7/1897 Deposit 79/1879

No 1

PERRY, Charles farmer Mt Charles 1851[-1854] Memorial 118/37

PERRY, Charles yeoman [formerly of Mt Charles but now of] Nairne 1857 Memorial 7/129

PERRY, Charles yeoman Byethorne near Nairne 1858[-1860] Memorial 43/148

PERRY, Charles labourer Byethorne near Nairne 1860 Application 1661

PERRY, Charles gardener Byethorne near Nairne 1884 Memorial 166/358

PERRY, Charles gardener Nairne 1884 Application 20179

No 2

PERRY, Charles labourer Mitcham 1850 Memorial 382/22

PERRY, Charles farmer Brownhill Creek 1853 Hundred of Kanmantoo land grant Memorial 251/65

PERRY, Charles labourer formerly of Mitcham but now of Cox Creek 1854 Memorial 87/78

PERRY, Charles labourer Cox Creek 1855 Memorial 294/79

PERRY, Charles farmer Kanmantoo 1856[-1861] Memorial 198/119

PERRY, Charles farmer Black Hill near Kanmantoo 1863 Memorial 104/304

PERRY, Charles farmer Kanmantoo Co Sturt. Hundred of Crystal Brook land grant 1879[-1884] Grant Book 60 Page 229 County Victoria

No 3

PERRY, Charles the Younger farmer Palmer near Quorn Stephenson (Hundred of Palmer) township allotment land grant 1879 Grant Book 49 Page 96 County Newcastle

PERRY, Charles the Younger farmer Hundred of Palmer 1885 Memorial 227/372

PERRY, Charles A overseer Peake Station 1881 Memorial 210/330

PERRY, Charles Augustus builder Adelaide 1840 Application 2020

No 1

PERRY, Edward land owner Beverley on the Port Road 1852[-1854] Memorial 364/41

PERRY, Edward whitesmith and engineer Beverley on the Port Road 1855 Memorial 354/89

PERRY, Edward farmer near Mt Barker 1856 Memorial 189/110

PERRY, Edward farmer formerly of Beverley but now of near Nairne 1858 Memorial 167/146

PERRY, Edward farmer Elder Grove near Nairne 1863 Memorial 130/195

PERRY, Edward Thomas labouer Petersburg. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1901 Grant Book 13 Page 206 County Dalhousie

No 1

PERRY, Elisha farmer Strathalbyn 1858 Memorial 265/141

PERRY, Elisha miner Woodchester 1863 Application 4630

PERRY, Elisha yeoman Woodchester 1865 Memorial 33/203

PERRY, Elisha farmer Woodchester 1868 Memorial 214/230

PERRY, Elisha, died 13/1/1886 intestate. Husband of Christiana Perry. Father of James Albert Perry. Other children mentioned but not named LTO Search 2135

No 1

PERRY, Elizabeth Styleman nee COLE wife of George Murray Perry of 110 Earls Court Rd, South Kensington, Middlesex, England, died 13/2/1896. She left her estate, Rosebank at Pt Elliot, to her daughter, Caroline Fletcher Perry spinster 110 Earls Court Rd, South Kensington, Middlesex, England [Granddaughter and great-granddaughter respectively of Dr Dugald Fletcher of Rosebank Pt Elliot] Memorial 101/431

PERRY, Caroline Fletcher spinster formerly of 110 Earl's Court Rd, South Kensington but now of 11 Mornington Ave, West Kensington, Middlesex, England 1897 Memorial 4/433

No 1

PERRY, Felix blacksmith Prospect 1870 Memorial 128/246

PERRY, Felix blacksmith Marion on the Sturt 1873 Memorial 23/264

PERRY, Felix blacksmith Adelaide (South Tce) 1875 Memorial 37/282

PERRY, Felix blacksmith Marion 1880 Application 17790

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PERRY, Francis fellmonger formerly of Kapunda 1869 but now of Undalya 1874 Application 13403

PERRY, Francis fellmonger Undalya 1882 Memorial 157/343

PERRY, Francis Frederick engineer Goolwa 1906 Memorial 6/456

PERRY, Francis Frederick engineer Goolwa, died 11/2/1915 Adelaide Memorial 171/472

PERRY, Francis Frederick engineer Hay St, South Goolwa, died 9/4/1915. His estate worth £305. He left his whole estate to his wife, Lucy Perry, in trust for life or until her remarriage. The estate to be divided absolutely in remainder expectant amongst his children as outlined in his will - eldest daughter Daisy Ann Perry, son Raymond Basil Perry, Charles Henry Perry and youngest daughter Lucy Perry, Albert Richard Perry, eldest son Francis Charles Frederick Perry 'if still alive'. Lucy Perry widow Plympton, relict of the late Francis Frederick Perry engineer Goolwa, died 22/11/1927 Goolwa, of carcinoma of the colon, asthenia and heart failure, aged 67. Born at Goolwa. Married aged 20 - 4 sons and 2 daughters living; 2 sons and 1 daughter deceased Application 27707

PERRY, Frank P clerk to Messrs ANDREWS & BONNIN solicitors Adelaide 1866[-1869] Memorial 121/217

PERRY, Frank Tennyson engineer St Peters of Perry Engineering Co Ltd of Mile End 1932 Memorial 58/506

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PERRY, Frederick labourer Milang and Frances Alice Perry his wife 1885 Memorial 54/365

PERRY, Frances Alice widow Milang, died 11/6/1911. Executor; Henry GOLDFINCH the Younger farmer Sandergrove near Strathalbyn. Mother of Frances Jane Perry and Mary Elizabeth Perry spinsters Milang Memorials 115 & 116/465

PERRY, Frederick William gentleman Sydney NSW, one of the official assignees of insolvent estates, power of attorney to Richard HICKS Esquire Adelaide, to sell certain land in Adelaide and elsewhere belonging to Edward Ferdinand JENCKEN gentleman Melbourne Vic, a bankrupt, formerly in partnership with Louis BARBER in Sydney, as merchants, of the firm of Jencken, Barber & Co 27/6/1857 Deposit 318/OA

No 1

PERRY, George labourer Angaston 1854 Memorial 37/75

No 2

PERRY, George butcher Norwood 1854[-1855] Memorial 135/75

No 3 - possibly the same person

PERRY, George farmer Lake Plains 1873 Memorial 141/265

PERRY, George retired farmer Milang 1909[-1923] Memorial 233/461

No 4

PERRY, George fisherman Milang 1878[-1882] Memorial 151/315

No 5

PERRY, George farmer Milang 1921 Memorial 102/482

PERRY, George formerly of Milang but now storekeeper Murray Bridge 1925 Memorial 91/493

PERRY, George Bennett carpenter Adelaide 1855[-1856] Memorial 211/89

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PERRY, George Henry farmer Tatiara 1882 Memorial 90/346

PERRY, George Henry farmer Custon. Hundred of Tatiara land grant 1912 Grant Book 7 Page 22 County Buckingham

PERRY, George Murray gentleman Kensington, about to leave the province for a time, power of attorney to William Henry CHARNOCK merchant Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 5/11/1869 Deposit 168/1873

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PERRY, George Roger coach builder Adelaide linked with Joseph Perry gentleman Adelaide (Pirie St) 1872 Memorial 226/263

PERRY, George Roger coach builder Adelaide linked with Elizabeth Perry widow of the late Joseph Perry formerly carpenter Adelaide now deceased 1885 Memorial 6/367

PERRY, George Roger coach maker Adelaide 1885 Application 20624

PERRY, GM of the Murray River 1858 Memorial 1/133

PERRY, Harry baker's assistant Gawler Co Gawler. Hundred of Barossa land grant 1907 Grant Book 2 Page 51 County Adelaide

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PERRY, Harry Roscorla gentleman Kensington Co Adelaide. Stansbury township allotment land grant 1874 Grant Book 19 Page 461 County Fergusson

PERRY, Harry Roscorla agent Adelaide 1888[-1893] Memorial 24/393, Application 22475

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PERRY, Henry cabinetmaker Norwood 1895 Application 22930

PERRY, Henry cabinetmaker North Adelaide 1896[-1901] Memorial 221/426

PERRY, Henry cabinetmaker formerly of North Adelaide but now of Norwood 1902 Application 24351

PERRY, Henry Gordon clerk Angaston Clerk of the District Council of Angaston, aged 65 in 1954 Application 29073

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PERRY, James labourer St Bernards 1848 Memorial 136/13

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PERRY, James gardener North Adelaide 1851 Memorial 475/32

No 3

PERRY, James farmer Hindmarsh Island Hundred of Nangkita land grant 1857 Grant Book 37 Page 7 County Hindmarsh

PERRY, James farmer Hindmarsh Island 1861 Memorial 49/177

PERRY, James Albert labourer Cross Roads near Moonta 1916 Memorial 53/474

PERRY, Jane widow McLaren Vale 1862 Application 2981

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PERRY, John farmer Gilberton 1873 Memorial 214/269

No 2

PERRY, John of Olary 1888 Memorial 36/391

No 3

PERRY, John farm labourer Crystal Brook. Hundred of Crystal Brook land grant 1896 Grant Book 60 Page 237 County Victoria

PERRY, John Harvey farmer Morphett Vale and Alice Perry his wife 1907[-1922] Memorial 53/457, Application 27043

No 1 - perhaps the same person

PERRY, John William of Adelaide in 1850. A gentleman of Kapunda by 1883 Application 21682

PERRY, John William miner Kapunda 1854 Memorial 130/110

PERRY, John William shoemaker Kapunda 1880 Memorial 243/324

PERRY, John William gentleman Kapunda 1893 Memorial 152/350

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PERRY, John William the Younger shoemaker Kapunda Hundred of Willowie land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 741 County Frome

PERRY, John William the Younger farmer Willowie Co Frome. Hundred of Clinton land grant 1886 Grant Book 14 Page 136 County Daly

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PERRY, Joseph carpenter Adelaide (Pirie St) 1847 Memorial 59/9

PERRY, Joseph carpenter Adelaide 1851[-1857] Memorial 300/38

PERRY, Joseph the Elder carpenter Adelaide 1875 Application 14684

PERRY, Joseph carpenter Adelaide 1857, died 2/12/1882. He left his entire estate to his wife, Elizabeth Perry, absolutely Memorial 137/347

No 1

PERRY, Joseph Noah grocer Adelaide 1866 Memorial 214/212

PERRY, Joseph Noah grocer Adelaide (Ackland St), became a bankrupt in 1870 Memorial 150/250

PERRY, Joseph Noah grocer Adelaide (Ackland St) 1882 Memorial 170/346

PERRY, Joshua wheelwright Adelaide and Anne Perry his wife 1849[-1851] Memorial 57/16

PERRY, Lewis Strout farmer Milang 1953 Memorial 69/528

PERRY, M servant Sandergrove near Strathalbyn 1884 Memorial 160/357

PERRY, Mrs Mildred charwoman Torrens Square, Glenelg 1919 Application 26754

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PERRY, Page Clarke schoolmaster Pt Adelaide 1850[-1856] Memorial 340/20

PERRY, Page Clarke licensed victualler Pt Adelaide 1859 Memorial 305/155

PERRY, Page Clarke licensed victualler Duke of Wellington St Vincent St, Pt Adelaide 1859 Useful list of furnishings for the hotel Memorial 303/156

PERRY, Page Clarke gentleman Pt Adelaide 1860 Memorial 2/167

PERRY, Richard formerly carpenter Adelaide (Pirie St) but now out of business Brooklyn Park 1915 Memorial 86/473

No 1

PERRY, Robert storekeeper's assistant Curramulka 1889 Memorial 78/396

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PERRY, Robert farmer Roseworthy 1919 Memorial 11/479

No 1

PERRY, Samuel farmer Hutt River 1848[-1854] Memorial 55/13

PERRY, Samuel and Thomas yeomen Penwortham 1850 Memorial 437/23

No 2

PERRY, Samuel engineer Adelaide 1923 Memorial 57/487

PERRY, T mail driver Angaston. Angaston Institute trustee 1908 Application 25448

No 1 - probably the same person

PERRY, Thomas turnkey Adelaide 1847[-1857] Memorial 381/8

PERRY, Thomas turnkey Adelaide 1847 Application 15419

PERRY, Thomas gaol keeper Redruth 1860 Memorial 320/165

No 2

PERRY, Thomas farmer Watervale 1852 Memorial 36/53

PERRY, Thomas yeoman Penwortham 1853 Memorial 254/153

PERRY, Thomas Gordon clerk Burra 1955, declared that he had been Clerk to the District Council of Burra for one year Application 29093

No 1

PERRY, Thomas Parr Esquire formerly of Headington, Oxon, England 1839 Memorial 21/55 now of Adelaide 1853 Memorial 22/55

PERRY, Thomas Parr farmer Hurtle Vale 1857 Memorial 101/113

PERRY, Thomas Parr gentleman formerly of Headington, Oxon, but now of Lympstone, Devon, England 1865 Memorial 29/208

PERRY, Walter Richard electrician Pt Elliot 1954 Application 29081

No 1

PERRY, William carpenter Plympton 1842[-1850] Memorial 391/54

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PERRY, William farmer Watervale 1854 Memorial 294/63

PERRY, William farmer Watervale, died 10/4/1872 intestate. Letters of administration to his widow, Elizabeth Harriet Perry, to settle his £280 estate Memorial 12/436

PERRY, William farmer Watervale, died 10/4/1872 intestate. His family by 1898 included - His widow, Elizabeth Harriet Perry still of Watervale. Children - Elizabeth Harriet JONES wife of Samuel John Jones mill manager Hawker; Edith STEWART wife of John Stewart farmer Watervale; William Frederick Perry farmer Watervale; Emily Helena Perry spinster Watervale. Elizabeth Harriet Perry died 24/11/1913. Estate worth £900. William Frederick Perry farmer near Watervale, died 11/7/1930. Husband of Fannie Perry. Estate worth £1,260 Memorials 151 & 156-157/503

PERRY, William farmer Watervale, died 9/4/1872 intestate. Letters of administration to his wife, Elizabeth Harriet Perry. Estate worth £280. Mrs Perry died 24/11/1913. Estate worth £900. Their son, William Frederick Perry farmer Watervale, died 11/7/1930. He had made his will three days earlier 'In case anything should happen to me through this illness …', ordering that all his estate should be sold. After a £100 bequest to his sister, Emily Helena EDGELOE nee Perry married woman near Hawker, he left the residue to his wife, Fanny Perry 1930. Other children of William Perry the Elder were Elizabeth Harriet JONES nee Perry and Edith STEWART nee Perry both no description Application 27810

No 3

PERRY, William mining captain Kapunda 1875 Application 14751

PERRY, William mine captain Kapunda. Kapunda Wesleyan Chapel member 1876 Application 14752

No 4

PERRY, William farmer Milang 1922 Memorial 76/485

PERRY, William out of business Milang, died 22/7/1954. Husband of Elizabeth Jane Perry. Father of Edgar Joseph Perry shearer and Lewis Strout Perry farmer both of Milang Memorial 147/529

PERRY, William Henry of Pt Pirie. John Perry mentioned but not described 1888 Memorial 217/390

PERRY, William John farmer Gilberton 1871 Memorial 181/254

PERRY, William James farmer Parilla. Hundred of Parilla land grant 1927 Grant Book 12 Page 101 County Chandos

PERRY, William Lumsden gentleman Pt Adelaide 1854[-1855] Memorial 408/71

PERRYMAN, Amos and Joshua chaff merchants Pt MacDonnell Hundred of MacDonnell land grant 1887 Grant Book 30 Page 281 County Grey

PERRYMAN, Harriet Barton widow Adelaide 1907 Memorial 196/456

PERRYMAN, Harry Batten engineer and plumber North Adelaide 1870 Memorials 94 & 95/250

PERRYMAN, Henry gentleman Adelaide 1861 Memorial 134/177

No 1

PERRYMAN, James labourer Bowden 1851[-1854] Memorial 14/31

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

PERRYMAN, James farmer Kapunda 1855[-1862] Memorial 385/89

No 1

PERRYMAN, John watchmaker Adelaide (pt TA 79 King William St) 1854[-1856] Memorial 164/65

PERRYMAN, John jeweller Adelaide 1859 Memorial 199/149

PERRYMAN, Elizabeth Mary watchmaker Adelaide (pt TA 79 King William St) 1876 Memorial 172/289

PERRYMAN, Elizabeth Mary widow [and watchmaker] Adelaide about to marry George SHAW merchant Adelaide 1883 Memorial 3/347

PERRYMAN, John Henry storekeeper Adelaide Co Adelaide. Wallaroo (Hundred of Wallaroo) township allotment land grant 1861 Grant Book 14 Page 13 County Daly

PERRYMAN, John Huxtable Wesley farmer Redhill. Hundred of Redhill land grant 1879 Grant Book 14 Page 374 County Daly

PERRYMAN, Richard miner Redruth 1859 Memorial 239/149

PERRYMAN, William porter Bowden 1918 Application 26701

No 1

PERRYMAN, Zachariah labourer Adelaide (King William St) 1851 Memorial 222/33

PERRYMAN, Zachariah labourer North Adelaide 1853 Memorial 315/46

No 1

PERSONS, James farmer Mt Barker 1848 Memorial 457/12

PERSONS, James [formerly farmer Mt Barker but now] labourer Brighton 1850 Memorial 341/19

PERSONS, James farmer Brighton 1853 Memorial 161/62

PERSONS, James formerly of Brighton near Adelaide in the province of SA now absent therefrom 1860 Application 1868

No 1

PERYMAN, Daniel licensed victualler North Adelaide (Dover Castle Archer St) 1858[-1860] Memorial 179/137

PERYMAN, Daniel gentleman North Adelaide (Lombard St) 1866 Memorial 18/215

PERYMAN, Daniel engineer North Adelaide (Lombard St), died 9/12/1878 intestate. Husband of Sarah Peryman. Father of Frederick George Byron Peryman engineer Adelaide Memorial 247/330

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

PERYMAN, Henry William builder North Adelaide 1851 Memorial 357/34

PERYMAN, Henry William the Elder and Younger builders North Adelaide 1854 Memorial 130/68

PERYMAN, Henry William City Surveyor North Adelaide 1854[-1857] Memorial 383/75

PERYMAN, Henry William of North Adelaide formerly City Surveyor 1861 Memorial 268/175

PERYMAN, Henry William died 1864. He left his household effects to his wife, Charlotte Peryman, absolutely. The rest of the estate to go into trust, from which the interest went to his wife for life. After her death, the children inherited equally and absolutely in remainder expectant - Henry William Peryman, Charlotte Huxtable GAULT, Mary Snell LUKEY, John Huxtable Wesley Peryman and William Huxtable Peryman Memorial 126/197

PERYMAN, HW the Younger [perhaps of North Adelaide??] associated with a firm called SCOTT & PERYMAN. Brother to Mrs Mary Snell HULL widow North Adelaide 1855 Memorials 377 & 406/87

PERYMAN, Jillian Shirley spinster clerk Pt Lincoln 1957 Application 29261

PERYMAN, John Huxtable Wesley farmer Koolunga Hundred of Koolunga land grant 1875[-1880] Grant Book 55 Page 182 County Stanley