Extracts from SA General Registry Office (GRO) Information

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

 

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

 

The following information was extracted basically 'as is' from Reg's unpublished computer working files as at c2014.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

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

Names Beginning 'Pes*' to 'Py*'

PESE, Johann Friedrich of near Mannum 1882[-1889] Memorial 69/346

PETATZ, Gustav farmer Peters Hill near Riverton 1872 Memorial 10/261

No 1

PETATZ, Martin farmer Barossa Ranges 1854 Memorial 122/77

PETATZ, Martin farmer formerly of the Barossa Ranges but now of Section 506 Hundred of Gilbert 1860 Memorial 181/166

PETCH, Henry Phillipson Trustee of the British & Australian Bank, Grove Blackheath, Greenwich, Kent, died June 1852, aged 54. He was buried in the cemetery of St Giles Camberwell, Surrey. Application 11760

PETER, Alexander farmer Clinton Centre. Hundred of Clinton land grant 1913 Grant Book 14 Page 145 County Daly

PETER, George farmer Goyder Plains 1885[-1887] Memorial 221/369

PETER, James estate agent Berkeley, Glos, England, power of attorney to James Angas JOHNSON gentleman Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 4/6/1892 Deposit 63/1892

PETER, John Esquire Adelaide 1843. He sold a land grant Section 5213 in the Smillie Special Survey, which 23/4/1841, he had taken out with George Walter HUNTER Esquire Adelaide Memorial 241/3 Farmer Mt Barker 1849[-1850] Memorial 312/21 Esquire Adelaide 1850 Memorial 362/21

No 1

PETER, Robert licensed victualler Adelaide 1841 Application 9227

PETER, Robert licensed victualler Adelaide (Rob Roy Halifax St) 1842[-1853] Memorial 104/3

PETER, Robert gentleman Adelaie 1853[-1855] Memorial 58/50

PETER, Robert Esquire Adelaide 1855[-1856] Memorial 339/81

PETER, Robert Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now in parts beyond the seas 1856[-1862] Memorial 219/104

PETER, Robert (sometimes in mistake called Robert Peters) gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now in parts beyond the seas 1864[-1876] Memorial 38/195

No 1

PETER, William Spence Esquire Unce Murray River 1843 Memorial 22/3 Esquire Pt Lincoln 1853 Memorial 342/53

PETER, William Spence Esquire Gum Creek Station now on a visit to Europe 1859 Memorial 69/160

PETER, William Spence Esquire Gum Creek 1861 Memorial 209/198

PETER, William Spence Esquire Gum Creek, about to depart the province, power of attorney to Elder, Smith & Co merchants Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 9/6/1861 Deposit 299/1864

PETER, William Spence Esquire formerly of Gum Creek SA but now of New Zealand 1862. He formed a business partnership with George ELDER merchant formerly of Adelaide but now of Scotland and Thomas Elder merchant Adelaide 1862 Application 3066

PETERS, Alexander of Pt Wakefield 1885 Memorial 221/369

PETERS, Amanda spinster Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of Tarcowie land grant 1880 Grant Book 13 Page 48 County Dalhousie

PETERS, Arthur Henry Director of Lands 9 Walsall St, Kensington Park 1956 Application 29205

No 1

PETERS, Carl yeoman Adelaide 1849 Memorial 259/14

PETERS, Carl wheelwright North Adelaide 1852[-1856] Memorial 25/43

PETERS, Carl wheelwright [formerly of Adelaide but now of] Nain 1857 Memorial 154/126

PETERS, Carl farmer Nain near Greenock 1860 Application 1391

PETERS, Carl of Nain wheelwright 1856 farmer and wheelwright 1863 Application 4178

PETERS, Carl farmer Freeling Hundred of Light land grant 1884 Grant Book 44 Page 204 County Light

No 1

PETERS, Edwin Francis gentleman Goodwood 1858 Memorial 48/143

PETERS, Edwin Francis formerly of Goodwood but now soap and candle manufacturer Dunolly Vic and Eliza Mary Peters his wife 1866 Memorial 208/217

PETERS, Edwin Francis soap manufacturer formerly of Dunolly Vic now of Glenelg linked with PETERS, Walter Thomas gentleman Ballarat Vic formerly farmer Adelaide 1889 This family had been friends with the James Phillips family of Goodwood Park since at least the 1850s Application 21674

PETERS, Ellen widow Adelaide (Gilles St), died 13/7/1890. Executor; James Brace POWDITCH carpenter Adelaide 1892 Memorial 42/414

No 1

PETERS, George C clerk to GW DEMPSTER solicitor Pt Adelaide 1890 Memorial 36/436

PETERS, George C clerk to SJ MITCHELL solicitor Adelaide 1896 Memorial 221/426

No 1

PETERS, Henry Franz Walter storekeeper Yongala. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1877 Grant Book 13 Page 188 County Dalhousie

PETERS, Henry Frank Walter storekeeper Yongala trustee Yongala cemetery 1878 Grant Book 13 Page 191 County Dalhousie

PETERS, Heinrich Franz Walter storekeeper Yongala 1881 Memorial 200/336

No 1 - perhaps the same person

PETERS, James blacksmith Adelaide 1865[-1883] Memorial 146/203

PETERS, James coachbuilder Adelaide in partnership with William FULLER 1875 Memorial 189/286

PETERS, James coachbuilder Adelaide 1898 Memorial 242/435

PETERS, James coach builder Adelaide 1898 Application 23656

PETERS, James coach builder Adelaide, died c1903. He was still in partnership with William Fuller. Executors of J Peters estate – Daniel Leak machinist Hyde Park and Samuel James Peters ironmonger Adelaide. The lease over this land assigned to Johann Heinrich Robert NEUENKIRCHEN cooper Adelaide 1904 Memorial 80/451

No 2 - perhaps the same person

PETERS, James blacksmith Kent Town 1872 Memorial 29/262

PETERS, James coachbuilder Kent Town 1899 Memorial 232/437

No 3

PETERS, James miner Parkside 1897 Memorial 50/432

PETERS, James miner Parkside 1900 Application 24052

No 1

PETERS, Johann Friedrich Anton baker Tanunda 1850[-1854] Memorial 231/23

PETERS, Johann Friedrich Anton carter Tanunda 1855 Memorial 180/85

PETERS, Johann Friedrich Anton publican Tanunda 1858 Memorial 122/146, Application 2511

PETERS, Johanne Marie Catharine widow Angaston 1874 Memorial 74/275

PETERS, Jürgen Nicolaus labourer Adelaide Memorial 318/16

PETERS, Otto and MARTIN, John drapers Adelaide 1868 Memorial 145/236

PETERS, Richard builder Mt Compass. Hundred of Nangkita land grant 1901 Grant Book 37 Page 16 County Hindmarsh

No 1

PETERS, Robert and Thomas miners Mt Barker 1853 Application 255

PETERS, Robert and Thomas miners The Bremer 1857 Memorial 299/114

PETERS, Robert [formerly miner but now] farmer Mt Barker 1859 Application 255

No 1

PETERS, Samuel sculptor Adelaide 1882 Memorial 245/345

PETERS, Samuel sculptor formerly of Adelaide but then of London, Middlesex, England, died 6/8/1883 in the London Hospital. Executor: Richard MOORE superintendent of the Fire Brigade Adelaide. The men's wives, Ellen Peters and Elizabeth Moore, shared the estate equally absolutely between them Memorial 232/356

PETERS, Samuel James ironmonger Adelaide 1904 Memorial 80/451

PETERS, Susan Ann spinster Lanner Gwennap Redruth Cornwall, England heir at law of William Peters 1886 Memorial 105/375

No 1

PETERS, Thomas and Robert miners Bremer Mine 1853 Memorial 299/114

PETERS, Thomas the Elder farmer Mt Barker Creek District of Strathalbyn, died c1854. He left his wife, Elizabeth Peters, the whole of his estate in trust for the family's maintenance until the youngest child turned 21; Then the estate to be divided as instructed in the will amongst his 4 children - William Peters, Thomas Peters the Younger, Elizabeth Frances Peters and Catharine Peters. Each child to pay his mother £2 a year for her life or until her remarriage when she could claim no further upon the estate. Robert Peters, a brother of Thomas Peters the Elder, to be one of the executors Memorial 320/130

PETERS, Elizabeth widow Mt Barker 1859 Application 261

No 2

PETERS, Thomas miner Kooringa 1858[-1859] Memorial 227/144

PETERS, Walter farmer Coglin Dawson (Hundred of Coglin) township allotment land grant 1883 Grant Book 34 Page 5 County Herbert

No 1

PETERS, Walter Thomas farmer Adelaide 1853 Memorial 344/46

PETERS, Walter Thomas farmer formerly of Adelaide but now of Goodwood 1858 linked with Edwin Francis Peters gentleman Goodwood Memorial 48/143

PETERS, Walter Thomas gentleman formerly of Goodwood Park 1858 but now of Dunolly Vic 1863 Application 3793

No 1

PETERS, William miner Adelaide (Ackland St) 1855 Memorial 306/83

No 2

PETERS, William miner Kooringa 1857[-1858] Memorial 304/124

No 3

PETERS, William gentleman Salisbury 1868 Memorial 53/234

PETERS, William gentleman formerly of Salisbury but now of North Adelaide 1894 Memorial 88/421

No 1

PETERS, William George miner Lostwithiel 1859 Memorial 234/154

PETERS, William George of Lostwithiel near Burra 1872 Memorial 10/260

PETERS, William George miner Lostwithiel 1875 Application 14727

PETERS, William George miner Copperhouse 1876 Memorial 241/287

PETERS, William George miner Lostwithiel near Redruth, died 18/9/1877. He left his estate to his widow, Mary Anna Peters Memorial 50/388

PETERS, William Harris of Kadina. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1882 Grant Book 14 Page 240 County Daly

No 1

PETERSEN, Charles gardener East Marden 1882 Application 18962

No 2

PETERSEN, Charles secondhand dealer Queenstown 1913 Application 26179

PETERSEN, FB storekeeper Ardrossan 1888 Memorial 138/391

PETERSEN, Frederick William contractor Blanchetown 1936 Memorial 120/509

PETERSEN, Hans and Peter farmers Petersville trustees Wesleyan Methodist Church Petersville Hundred of Cunningham land grant 1883 Grant Book 19 Page 284 County Fergusson

PETERSEN, John licensed victualler Exeter Hotel, Le Fevre Peninsula 1883 Memorial 225/350

PETERSEN, Leslie Sturt orchardist Belair Rd, Upper Sturt 1966, born on 14/9/1905 at Upper Sturt Application 29638

PETERSEN, Olaf Frederick labourer Pt Lincoln 1945 Memorial 123/519

No 1

PETERSEN, Rasmus labourer Alma Plains Co Gawler. Hundred of Caltowie land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 183 County Victoria

PETERSEN, Rasmus farmer Glenelg 1878 Memorial 194/307

PETERSEN, Rasmus farmer Glenelg 1882 Application 19338

PETERSEN, Rasmus gentleman Brompton Park 1884 Application 20183

PETERSEN, Walter farmer Stansbury 1883 Memorial 145/350

PETERSON, Christian farmer Stansbury 1885 Memorial 124/366

PETERSON, Ernest Edwin dealer Cheltenham bought the lease for the Semaphore Jetty refreshment rooms for £80 1931 Memorial 78/504

No 1 - possibly the same person

PETERSON, John yeoman Adelaide 1849 Memorial 457/16

PETERSON, John farmer Kapunda 1856 Memorial 29/105

PETERSON, John farmer Kapunda 1868 Application 9181

PETERSON, John farmer Allen Creek near Kapunda, died 1873. He left his estate to his daughter, Philippa Peterson and his son, William Peterson Memorial 8/269

No 1

PETERSON, John licensed victualler Geenwich Semaphore Road 1879 Memorial 149/317

PETERSON, John licensed victualler Le Fevre Peninsula 1883 Memorial 225/350

No 1

PETERSON, Peter station manager Campbell House Hundred of Baker 1878[-1885] Memorials 21/313 & 59/368

PETERSON, Peter overseer Meningie Meningie (Hundred of Bonney) township allotment land grant 1881[-1890] Grant Book 54 Page 55 County Russell

PETERSON, Peter station manager Meningie 1894 Application 22649

PETERSON, Peter formerly station manager Campbell House near Meningie but now sheepfarmer Parkindula near Mt Barker 1906 Memorial 46/455 

PETERSON, Peter formerly station manager Campbell House near Meningie but now gentleman Park Tce, Parkside 1910 Memorial 47/463

PETERSON, Rasmus farmer Glenelg 1878 Memorial 194/307

No 1

PETERSON, Thomas Henry mason Queenstown 1921[-1927] Memorial 129/483, Application 27597

PETERSON, Thomas Henry contractor Queenstown 1933 Memorial 45/508

PETERSON, Walter farmer near Stansbury 1883 Memorial 145/350

No 1 - likely to be the same person

PETERSON, William farmer Allen Creek and GOLDSWORTHY, Philippa wife of John Goldsworthy sheep farmer Yorke Peninsula 1876, children of the late John Peterson farmer Allen Creek, who died 27/8/1873 Application 15657

PETERSON, William farmer near Curramulka 1887 Memorial 137/386

PETERSON, William Olaf dairyman Middleton 1947 Memorial 43/523

PETERSWALD, Arthur Charles Turner clerk Adelaide 1891[-1898] Memorial 28/410, Application 23521

PETERSWALD, William John Esquire Tyeka 1855[-1869] Memorial 1249/82

PETERSWALD, William Ernest gentleman Pt Adelaide 1885 Application 20461

No 1

PETHER, Harriot spinster Mt Gambier Hundred of Hindmarsh land grant 1880[-1881] Grant Book 30 Page 199 County Grey

PETHER, Harriot spinster Hundred of Hindmarsh Hundred of Hindmarsh land grant 1893 Grant Book 30 Page 204 County Grey

PETHER, Harriot of Tantanoola, died 10/6/1930. Linked with Walter Thomas Pether accountant 64 Gerrard St, Cremorne NSW Memorial 54/505

PETHERBRIDGE, Benjamin gentleman Glenelg House, Duncombe St, Kingsbridge, Devon, England 1890 Memorial 9/403

No 1

PETHERBRIDGE, John baker and William carpenters both of Adelaide about to leave the province appointed John Michael GUNSON surgeon Adelaide their local attorney 1859 Memorial 185/177

PETHERBRIDGE, John gentleman Plymouth, Devon, England and William Petherbridge builder London, Middlesex, England; also Benjamin Petherbridge chemist and druggist Grassig near Kendal, Westmoreland, England 1868 Memorial 167/238

PETHERBRIDGE, John gentleman Rundle St, Adelaide had inherited Town and Country real estate from the will of Thomas Topham Petherbridge, formerly of Plymouth, Devon, England but then deceased 1882 Application 19322

PETHERBRIDGE, Joseph marble mason formerly of Plymouth, Devon, England but now going to reside in Canada 1856 Memorial 97/102

No 1 - likely to be the same person - a re-emigration??

PETHERBRIDGE, William builder Glenelg 1856[-1858] Memorial 335/105

PETHERBRIDGE, William gentleman formerly of 33 New Church Road, Camberwell, Middlesex, England but now of Rundle St, Adelaide 1882 Memorial 199/342

PETHERICK, Edward Augustus bookseller and importer Adelaide (Rundle St) 1890 Memorial 193/405

PETHERICK, Richard farmer Hundred of Kadina 1905 Memorial 135/455

PETHERICK, Wesley Lewis and Richard commission agent Thrington. Thrington (Hundred of Kadina) township allotment land grant 1924 Grant Book 14 Page 207 County Daly

PETHERICK, William miner Greens Plains West. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1897 Grant Book 14 Page 248 County Daly

PETHICK, Abraham farmer Willunga 1846[-1848] Memorial 189/7 Trustee Independent Chapel Section 231 Hundred of Willunga 1850 Memorial 381/30

PETHICK, E labourer Aldinga 1894 Memorial 227/422

PETHICK, Henry farmer Willunga 1895 Application 23020

PETHICK, John and William of Willunga, petitioned successfully, through a SA Supreme Court order in lunacy, for William Pethick to be appointed 'guardian and keeper of the person and the estate of Henry HARKER' formerly wheelwright Willunga but now an inmate of the Adelaide Lunatic Asylum. Mr Harker owned land in Willunga township 1861 Memorials 79/175 & 198/175

PETHICK, William John farmer Willunga 1895 Application 23021

PETMAN, Elder James gantryman 23 Princes St, Portland Estate 1950 and Myra Petman his wife Application 28757

No 1

PETNEY, George William Frederick hawker Towitta 1910 Grant Book 17 Page 38 County Eyre

PETNEY, Sarah Jane married woman Angaston 1923 Memorial 43/489

PETNEY, William Edward mail contractor Towitta 1906 Grant Book 17 Page 36 County Eyre

No 1

PETRAS, Johann Gottlieb wheelwright formerly of Klemzig 1844 Memorial 355/3

PETRAS, Johann Gottlieb farmer Angaston 1851[-1875] Memorial 349/34

PETRAS, Johann Gottlieb farmer Angaston 1851[-1859] Memorial 298/38

PER

PETRIE, Adelaide Victoria spinster Moonta 1879 Memorial 2/319

PETRIE, Hon Henry William Colonial Treasurer Woburn Farm Hutt River Ulster Province New Zealand 1853 Memorial 101/52

PETRIE, Thomas D clerk to Messrs HOLLAND & LATHLEAN solicitors Adelaide 1894 Memorial 167/420

PETRIE, Thomas D law clerk Adelaide 1903[-1910] Memorial 208/447

PETRIE, Thomas D clerk to G Lyall RUTTER solicitor Orroroo 1922 Memorial 53/485

No 1

PETT, William builder Gawler 1865 Application 5912

No 2

PETT, William gardener Goodwood Hundred of Moorooroo land grant 1898 Grant Book 44 Page 211 County Light

No 1

PETRE, William Henry Francis (Baron Right Hon) of Thorndon Hall, Essex, England. He purchased Section 298 Survey B as a land grant 1839 Memorial 490/95

PETRE, William Henry Francis (Baron Right Hon) of Writtle, Sussex, England, died 3/7/1850 Mansfield St, St Marylebone, Middlesex, England. Estate worth £140,000. Part of Lord Petre's land in SA became the site of the suburb of Thorndon Park and the Thorndon Park Reservoir Deposit 41/1857, RPA Search 2691

PETRIKATIS, Edward farmer Bethanien 1853 Memorial 228/55

PETRIKATIS, JGE tinsmith Gawler 1857 Memorial 142/295

No 1

PETSCHEL, Christian Gotthilf farmer Angas Park 1849 Memorial 26/17

PETSCHEL, Christian Gotthilf farmer Tanunda 1852 Memorial 264/40

No 1

PETT, William carpenter Gawler 1864[-1867] Memorial 193/194

PETT, William builder Gawler 1864[-1867] Memorial 44/196

PETT, William and GRAY, David builders Gawler trading under the style or firm of Pett & Gray, became bankrupts in 1867 Memorial 4/231

No 1 - likely to be the same person

PETTER, George of Morphett Vale 1849 Memorial 453/95

PETTER, George mason Salisbury and Caroline Eliza Petter his wife 1866 Memorial 75/214

PETTER, George mason Salisbury, and Caroline Eliza Petter his wife 1866. Caroline Eliza Petter widow died 1/5/1883 intestate. Her only child, Mary Elizabeth JAMES, inherited her estate as heir at law Application 29308

PETTER, George mason Salisbury, died 3/1/1883. Husband of Caroline Eliza Petter, daughter of Thomas James HADDRICK Application 20365

PETTET, John McDonald contractor Meningie Lake Albert and Patience Hannah Pettet his wife 1886 daughter of John Hayward farmer Three Brothers Special Survey Echunga who died 12/9/1872 Memorial 107/381

PETTITT, Jane fruiterer Kincraig 1878 Application 16978

PETTITT, John licensed victualler Marryatville, took out a 5-year lease at £1/5/- a week for the Marryatville Hotel from Richard MARTIN gentleman Marryatville 1861 Memorial 62/179

PETTINGER, AM with D & W MURRAY Adelaide 1884 Application 20358

No 1

PETTINGER, Richard Palmer gentleman Adelaide 1854 Memorial 282/78

PETTINGER, Charlotte widow Adelaide 1862 Memorial 244/182

PETTINGER, Charlotte widow Willunga, died 18/3/1864 Memorial 162/254

PETTINGER, Charlotte widow Willunga, died 18/3/1864. She left her three children in the care of her sister Martha ALDAM until the youngest child turned 21 (money for the upkeep to come from the rent of a house in trust in Kent Town). Her son, Aldam Murr Pettinger, to get the Kent Town house and sufficient money to make his share equal. The two unnamed children to inherit the rest of the estate in equal shares absolutely. If no children survived to the age of 21, the estate to go equally absolutely to Charlotte Pettinger's mother, Mary Aldam, and the testator's siblings, Martha Aldam and Thomas Storey Aldam (he lived at Streaky Bay by 1882) Memorial 113/337

PETTINGER, Richard Palmer married Charlotte ALDAM on 20/3/1852 at Gainsborough parish church, Lincs, England. RP Pettinger left England for SA in October 1852 and arrived there in January 1853. His wife Charlotte Pettinger left England for SA in September 1853 and arrived SA in January 1854. The Pettingers then lived in or near Adelaide until their respective deaths. Richard Palmer Pettinger foot police inspector Adelaide, died 4/2/1862 murdered, age not given. Charlotte Pettinger died 18/3/1864 Willunga. Her sister, Mary Ann ATKINSON nee ALDAM widow Willunga gave this information 1883. Eldest Pettinger child, a daughter, died before her 1st birthday. Second chid - Alice Mary Pettinger now Alice Mary BASSETT born 9/6/1857. Son Aldam Murr Pettinger born 30/7/1859 Kent Town, now warehouseman Adelaide 1885, was the only son and heir at law. Fourth child - Emily Martha Pettinger born 26/3/1861 lived in Adelaide 1885 Application 20495

PETTITT, Jane fruiterer Kincraig 1878 Application 16978

No 1

PETTMAN, Henry butcher Adelaide 1844[-1850] Memorial 207/4

PETTMAN, Henry farmer Reedbeds 1849[-1856] Memorial 165/108

PETTMAN, Henry farmer Gawler Plains, died c1857. His widow, Mary Pettman, lived in Adelaide by 1876 Memorials 29/124, 89/290

No 1

PETTMAN, William farmer Penryn 1871 Application 11250

PETTMAN, William farmer Reeves Plains 1881 Memorial 152/331

PETTMAN, William farmer Balaklava 1884 Memorial 54/416

PETTMAN, William Henry farmer Hundred of Hall 1891 Memorial 205/409

PETTON, SH JP of Yacka 1885 Memorial 153/367

PETTY, Josiah of Davenport 1888 Memorial 54/393

No 1

PEUCKER, Eric Bernhard farmer Mt Gambier 1945 Memorial 113/519

PEUCKER, Eric Bernhard farmer Mt Gambier Mt Gambier 1945. Mt Gambier Lutheran Church trustee Application 28421

No 1

PEUKERT, Anton farmer Hindmarsh 1853[-1856] Memorial 337/49

PEUKERT, Anton farmer formerly of Hindmarsh 1856 but now of Blumberg 1867 Application 8909

PEUS, John drover Morgan 1885 Memorial 10/366

PEXTON, William Pexton farmer Currency Creek 1927 Application 27599

PFAENDLER, Johann Baptiste watchmaker Adelaide 1867 Memorial 70/225

No 1

PFEIFFER, Albert Richard gardener Penrice 1939, declared that he had lived in Penrice for more than 15 years Application 28160

PFEIFFER, Albert Richard carpenter Penrice 1955, declared that he had been born in Moculta on 16/3/1892. He had lived at Penrice for 33 years Application 29125

PFEIFFER, Alfred Gerhard compositor Tanunda 1942 Memorial 137/516

PFEIFFER, Berthold storekeeper Tarcowie trustee Tarcowie Cemetery 1885 Grant Book 13 Page 53 County Dalhousie

PFEIFFER, Carl Friedrich Ernst farmer near Mt Torrens 1854 Memorial 293/89

PFEIFFER, Carl Gotthard farmer near Mannum 1888 Memorial 39/391

PFEIFFER, Christian farmer Angaston 1852 Memorial 4/45

PFEIFFER, Elizabeth wife of Johann Adolph Pfeiffer farmer Woodside, died 17/10/1914, of 18 years' cerebral haemorrhage, aged 64. Born at Woodside, the daughter of James SHEPHERD farmer Rosebank near Woodside. Married at 30. 1 son and 2 daughters living. Her sister, Mary Ann KEDDIE, informed the death Application 26427

No 1

PFEIFFER, Ernst farmer near Charleston 1858 Memorial 134/145

No 2

PFEIFFER, Ernst professor of music Adelaide 1866 Memorial 38/216

PFEIFFER, Ernst professor of music Walkerville 1868 Memorial 87/234

PFEIFFER, Ernst Friedrich farmer Sedan 1885 Memorial 144/370

No 1

PFEIFFER, Friedrich farmer Woodside 1855 Memorial 168/92

PFEIFFER, Friedrich farmer South Rhine 1877 Memorial 195/305

No 1

PFEIFFER, George farmer Bethanien 1854 Memorial 351/75

PFEIFFER, George farmer Tanunda 1854 Memorial 308/84

No 2

PFEIFFER, George farmer Lobethal 1854 Memorial 255/67

PFEIFFER, George farmer Lobehal linked with Johann Gottlieb farmer Lobethal 1881 Memorial 207/335

PFEIFFER, Gottlieb farmer Hundred of Onkaparinga 1850 Memorial 422/33

PFEIFFER, Hermann George labourer Macclesfield 1927 Memorial 113/498

PFEIFFER, James Shepherd farmer Woodside 1945 Application 28402

PFEIFFER, Johann and Friedrich farmers Lobethal 1847 Memorial 120/9

No 1

PFEIFFER, Johann Albert labourer Siegersdorf near Nuriootpa 1903 Memorial 166/448

PFEIFFER, Johann Albert labourer formerly of Siegersdorf near Nuriootpa but now of Sedan 1904 Application 24784

PFEIFFER, Johann Christian farmer Woodside 1858 Memorial 103/150

PFEIFFER, Johann Ernst farmer Lobethal - appointed trustee Lobethal Lutheran Church at a congregational meeting held 19/5/1867 Application 8586

No 1

PFEIFFER, Johann Friedrich shoemaker Mt Torrens 1845[-1854] Memorial 35/5

No 2

PFEIFFER, Johann Friedrich farmer Schönthal near Lobethal 1850 Memorial 2743/28

PFEIFFER, Johann Friedrich farmer Lobethal 1854 Memorial 293/89

PFEIFFER, Johann Friedrich the Younger farmer Schoenthal 1868 Application 9218

PFEIFFER, Johann Friedrich the Elder farmer Schönthal near Lobethal. His son, JF Pfeiffer the Younger was a farmer near Tarlee 1872 Application 12059

No 3

PFEIFFER, Johann Friedrich farmer Yorketown Hundred of Dalrymple land grant 1899 Grant Book 19 Page 149 County Fergusson

No 1

PFEIFFER, Johann Friedrich Wilhelm farmer Gilberton 1864 Memorial 73/196

PFEIFFER, Johann Friedrich Wilhelm farmer formerly of Schoenthal near Lobethal but now of Gilberton 1864 Memorial 150/196

No 1

PFEIFFER, Johann Gottfried farmer near Woodside 1867 Memorial 117/222

PFEIFFER, Johann Gottfried farmer Rosebank near Woodside, died 24/10/1897. Father of Johann Adolph Pfeiffer farmer Rosebank near Woodside Memorial 92/437

PFEIFFER, Johann Gottfried farmer Section 5262 Hundred of Onkaparinga Rosebank near Woodside, died 24/10/1897. His widow, Johanne Rosalie Pfeiffer, died 17/11/1898, of gastroenteritis and senile decay, aged 71 Application 23787

No 1

PFEIFFER, Johann Gottlieb and Johann Gottfried farmers Lobethal 1854 Memorial 108/74

No 2

PFEIFFER, Johann Gottlieb trustee of the Zion Pilgrim Evangelical Lutheran Church pt Sections 40 & 45 Hundred of Bagot 1888 Memorial 101/393

No 1 - likely to be the same person

PFEIFFER, Johann Wilhelm farmer near Eudunda Hundred of English land grant 1885 Grant Book 17 Page 172 County Eyre

PFEIFFER, Johann Wilhelm farmer near Robertstown 1885 Memorial 90/363

PFEIFFER, Johann Wilhelm farmer Hundred of English 1885[-1888] Memorial 92/368

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

PFEIFFER, Johann Wilhelm farmer Siegersdorf Hundred of Moorooroo Co Light 1861 Memorial 246/171

PFEIFFER, Wilhelm farmer Angas Park 1852 Memorial 188/39

PFEIFFER, Johann Wilhelm storekeeper Sedan 1887 Memorial 244/382

PFEIFFER, Johann Wilhelm the Younger farmer near Sedan 1889 Memorial 188/398

PFEIFFER, Johann Wilhelm the Elder trustee of the Zion Pilgrim Evangelical Lutheran Church pt Sections 40 & 45 Hundred of Bagot 1888 Memorial 101/393

PFEIFFER, Wilhelm farmer Schoenthal 1854 Memorial 293/89

PFEIFFER, William Henry and PFEIFFER, Edgar Reginald farmers Macclesfield 1957 Application 29268

No 1 - likely to be the same person

PFEILER, Johann Carl farmer Tanunda 1856[-1866] Memorial 480/99 Farmer Bethel 1866 Memorial 169/215

PFEILER, Johann Carl farmer Point Pass 1880 Grant Book 17 Page 168 County Eyre

PFEILER, Carl farmer Point Pass 1882 Memorial 28/407

No 1

PFENDER, Michael farmer North Para District 1845 Memorial 327/5, Application 6579

PFENDER, Michael farmer Angas Park 1849 Memorial 90/147

PFENDER, Michael tailor Angas Park 1850 Memorial 364/21 Yeoman Angas Park mid 1850 Memorial 86/23 Publican Angas Special Survey 1851 Memorial 370/32 Publican Belle Vine Inn Angas Park 1851 Memorial 29/33

PFENDER, Michael tailor, winemaker and gardener Siegersdorf 1859 Memorial 13/157

PFENDER, Michael licensed victualler Angas Special Survey 1859 Memorial 53/157

PFENDER, Michael vine grower and manufacturer Siegersdorf near Tanunda father of Caroline Mathilde Pfender spinster Siegersdorf 1860 Memorial 314/165

PFENDER, Michael wine grower near Tanunda father of Caroline Mathilde TÜMMEL/TUMMEL wife of George Tümmel shoemaker Greenock 1867 Memorial 198/218

PFENDER, Michael gardener and vigneron Siegersdorf 1874 Memorial 73/277

No 1 - likely to be the same person

PFENNIG, Heinrich Christian farmer Grünthal 1853[-1854] Memorial 427/47

PFENNIG, Heinrich Christian [or Christian Heinrich] labourer Lobethal 1857 Memorial 415/147

PFENNIG, Christian Heinrich brickmaker Lobethal 1862 Application 3042

PFENNIG, Heinrich Christian Julius and Christian Heinrich yeomen Lobethal 1854[-1858] Memorial 357/62

PFENNIG, Heinrich Christian Julius and PFENNIG, Christian Heinrich farmers Lobethal 1858 [Were these the first Germans to apply for an LTO title?] Application 31

PFENNIG, Heinrich farmer near Hahndorf 1896 Memorial 114/429

PFITZNER, August Friedrich Wilhelm farmer Friedrichswalde 1889 Application 21571

No 1

PFITZNER, Carl farmer Section 21 Hundred of Waterloo 1861 Memorial 297/176

PFITZNER, Carl blacksmith Tothill Creek 1866 Memorial 91/215

PFITZNER, Carl Friedrich Wilhelm farmer Eudunda 1879[-1884] Memorial 238/317

PFITZNER, Friedrich Emil farmer Friedrichswalde. Emmanuel Lutheran Church trustee, Friedrichswalde 1928 Memorial 167/500

No 1

PFITZNER, Johann Friedrich Wilhelm farmer Friedrichswalde 1879[-1885] Memorial 184/339

PFITZNER, Johann Friedrich Wilhelm farmer Friedrichswalde, became a bankrupt in 1888 Memorial 192/391

PFITZNER, Ronald Arthur farmer Woodside 1944[-1945] Memorial 38/518, Application 28402

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

PFITZNER, Wilhelm the Elder farmer Section 38 Hundred of Waterloo 1861 Memorial 291/176

PFITZNER, Wilhelm the Younger farmer Section 41 Hundred of Waterloo 1861 Memorial 299/176

No 1

PFLAUM, Christian Conrad Theodor tanner Nairne 1877[-1883] Memorial 138/298

PFLAUM, Christian Conrad Theodor tanner Nairne Nairne Primitive Methodist Chapel trustee 1886 Application 20893

PFLAUM, Friedrich storekeeper Blumberg 1868 Memorial 42/236

PFLAUM, Friedrich Jacob Theodor miller Blumberg 1886[-1890] Memorial 53/375

No 1

PFUHL, Gottlieb Ernst Wilhelm wheelwright Morphett Vale 1855[-1858] Memorial 278/80

PFUHL, Wilhelm farmer The Sturt 1859[-1868] Memorial 206/151

PFUHL, Wilhelm gentleman Darlington 1860 Memorial 199/162

PFUHL, Wilhelm wheelwright The Sturt 1871 Memorial 161/252

PFUHL, AE driver Norwood 1910 Application 25905

PHARAZYN, Charles Johnson Esquire Lloyd's Coffee House, London, Middlesex, England 1839 Memorial 192/103

No 1

PHELAN, John labourer Mintaro 1866[-1876] Memorial 244/209

PHELAN, John labourer Mintaro 1874 Application 13797

PHELAN, Richard police trooper Bordertown. Bordertown (Hundred of Tatiara) allotment land grant 1868 Grant Book 66 Page 68 County Buckingham

PHELAN, Sarah widow no description probably mother of Sarah Jane SIBBALD wife of John Sibbald no description 1892 Memorial 73/416

PHELPS, Adolphus farmer Clarendon 1903 Memorial 169/450

No 1

PHELPS, Eliza widow Adelaide 1861 Memorial 88/178

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

PHELPS, Eliza widow Hindmarsh 1896 Memorial 206/427

PHELPS, Eliza widow Hindmarsh 1896. She could not write Application 23265

PHELPS, Eliza widow Orsmond St, Hindmarsh, died 3/12/1901. Her estate worth £300. Her whole estate to her sons, Smithsend Phelps and Abraham Phelps, in equal shares absolutely Application 27307

PHELPS, Eliza widow Osmond St, Hindmarsh, died 3/12/1901 [Relict of the late Smithsend Phelps Senr]. Mother of Smithsend Phelps, and Abraham Phelps. Estate worth £300. Executors; John TAIT town clerk Grange Road, Hindmarsh and Alfred G EDQUIST schoolteacher Richard St, Hindmarsh. By 1923, Abraham Phelps was a warden of mines Ravensthorpe WA and Smithsend Phelps was a farmer on the Van Ryn Estate, Transvaal, South Africa Memorials 119 & 120/492

PHELPS, James blacksmith Tiparra. Arthurton (Hundred of Tickera) township allotment land grant 1884 Grant Book 14 Page 259 County Daly

No 1

PHELPS, John and Philip farmers Templers Plains near Templers 1866 Memorial 330/209 Farmers Hundred of Mudla Wirra near Templers 1866 Memorial 331/209

PHELPS, John and PHELPS, Philip farmers Mudla Wirra 1866 Application 7137

No 2

PHELPS, John the Elder farmer Hundred of Cunningham 1886[-1887] Memorial 47/380

PHELPS, John the Elder farmer Cunningham trustee Wesleyan Methodist Church prob at Clinton 1887[-1891] Grant Book 14 Page 136 County Daly, Grant Book 14 Page 137 County Daly

No 3

PHELPS, John farmer Dowlingville 1897 Memorial 60/431

PHELPS, Philip farmer Clinton Centre. Hundred of Clinton land grant 1910 Grant Book 14 Page 141 County Daly

No 1

PHELPS, Smithsend Henry labourer Kent Town 1882 Memorial 20/341

PHELPS, Smithsend Henry labourer Hindmarsh 1888 Memorial 120/393

PHELPS, Samuel labourer Adelaide 1839. By 1845, he had died. A conveyance mentions his widow Jane Phelps Application 25612

No 1

PHELPS, Thomas Melliar innkeeper City Arms Inn Adelaide (King William St) 1860[-1861] Memorial 24/169

PHELPS, Thomas Melliar publican North Adelaide, died 16/8/1861 intestate, of accidental death, aged 50. His eldest son, Samuel Thomas Phelps draper King St Sydney 1881, born 28/6/1859 Adelaide, to TM Phelps publican and his wife, Eliza nee POOLE, inherited the estate as heir at law Application 18399

PHELPS, William architect Miller's Corner, Glenelg 1891 Memorial 162/407

PHEPPS, Thomas carman Adelaide (Light Square) 1848 Memorial 310/102

PHILBEY, Frederick farmer Hundred of Wiltunga 1888 Memorial 86/392

No 1

PHILBEY, George labourer near Willaston 1858 Memorial 227/141

PHILBEY, George labourer Bertha near Willaston 1860 Memorial 299/164

PHILBEY, George farmer near Templers 1861 Memorial 189/202

PHILBEY, George farmer Kulpara. Hundred of Kulpara land grant 1901 Grant Book 14 Page 332 County Daly

PHILBEY, William of Kadina 1887 Memorial 220/386

PHILCOX, Edward Odiarne Esquire Western Flat Mt Barker 1842[-1843] Memorial 227/2

PHILCOX, Henry gentleman Adelaide 1849[-1850] Memorial 188/17

No 1

PHILCOX, James Esquire Adelaide 1844 Memorial 441/3

PHILCOX, James formerly of Adelaide but now of England 1851 Memorial 15/36

PHILCOX, James Esquire Burwash, Sussex, England 1852 Memorial 439/42

PHILCOX, James Esquire formerly of Burwash, Sussex, England, but now of Adelaide 1852 Memorial 101/57

PHILCOX, James Esquire Rottingdean, Sussex, England 1854. His great friend, George MORPHETT Esquire, retired there as well Memorial 9/75

PHILCOX, James gentleman Preston near Brighton, Sussex, England 1855. He married on 18/10/1838 Memorial 336/96

PHILCOX, James Esquire formerly of Burwash, Sussex, England but now of Preston, Sussex 1857[-1860] Memorial 336/119

PHILCOX, James Esquire Ashburnham Patcham, Sussex, England, died 31/3/1893. Husband of Laura Hayes Philcox Memorial 67/439

PHILCOX, Laura Hayes widow Ashburnham Patcham, Sussex, England 1896 Application 23193

PHILCOX, Laura Hayes widow Ashburnham Patcham, Sussex, England relict of the late James Philcox formerly of the same place now deceased 1896 Memorial 196/428

PHILCOX, Laura Hayes widow Ashburnham Patcham near Brighton, Sussex, England, died 1/12/1921. Daughter of the late James WHATMAN, who died 28/2/1879. Widow of the late James Philcox, who died 1/3/1893. Mother of Laura Gordon Philcox, her only surviving child Memorial 142/486

PHILCOX, Mavis Gertrude married woman 20 Wells St, Birkenhead, aged 58 years in 1970, declared that she had lived in the area for 37 years Application 29770

PHILIPPI, Alexander baker Adelaide (Hindley St) 1852 Memorial 295/40

PHILLIMORE, Sarah of Mt Pleasant 1861 Memorial 218/177

No 1

PHILLIMORE, William labourer Woodforde 1849 Memorial 153/16

PHILLIMORE, William farmer Magill 1853 Memorial 322/54

PHILLIMORE, William gardener Woodforde 1856 Memorial 200/120

PHILLIMORE, William splitter and fencer Adelaide 1854 Memorial 98/79

No 1

PHILLIPPS, WH clerk to WA WEARING solicitor Adelaide 1862[-1864] Memorials 86/185 & 42/195

PHILLIPPS, William Herbert gentleman Norwood 1876 Memorial 224/287

PHILLIPPS, William Herbert agent Adelaide (Grenfell St) 1880 Memorial 226/327

PHILLIPPS, William Herbert merchant Adelaide (Grenfell St) 1885[-1905] Memorial 14/369,Application 21953

PHILLIPPS, William Herbert merchant Adelaide, power of attorney to Charles RISCHBIETH and George Arthur JURY merchants Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 13/2/1891 Deposit 24/1891

PHILLIPPS, William Herbert merchant Grenfell St, Adelaide 1915, declared that in 1870 he held a responsible post in the firm of William Henry CHARNOCK merchant Adelaide. WH Charnock was a trustee for the National Marine Insurance Co of SA. This firm had gone out of existence by 1915 Application 26421

PHILLIPS, A of the Portland Estate 1921 Memorial 18/484

No 1

PHILLIPS, Abraham storekeeper Christchurch New Zealand and Elizabeth Adelaide Phillips his wife formerly Elizabeth Adelaide MARKS. These people sold land in the Hundred of Waterloo 1875 Memorial 216/281

PHILLIPS, Elizabeth Adelaide wife of Abraham Phillips storekeeper Christchurch New Zealand, was the daughter of Morris Lyon MARKS formerly of Adelaide now of Wellington New Zealand. She was born on 4/6/1855. Judah Moss SOLOMON the Younger agent Adelaide was her cousin 1889 Application 21558

PHILLIPS, Ada spinster Pt Adelaide 1901 Memorial 227/450

No 1

PHILLIPS, Alexander yeoman Angas Park 1853 Memorial 290/51

No 2 - likely to be the same person

PHILLIPS, Alexander carter Adelaide 1855 Memorial 166/91

PHILLIPS, Alexander carrier Adelaide 1862 Memorial 218/183

No 1

PHILLIPS, Alfred gentleman Tungkillo Mines and BAYLY, George Phillips farmer Section 4 New Tiers linked. Is there a family relationship?? 1851 Memorial 472/29 Alfred Phillips let out money on mortgage 1851 Memorial 178/31

PHILLIPS, Alfred gentleman formerly of Tungkillo but now of Adelaide 1852 Memorial 265/45

PHILLIPS, Alfred of Adelaide, power of attorney to his wife, Sarah Phillips, to manage his SA business affairs 30/10/1852. Document signed in Bendigo Vic Deposit 258/OA

No 2

PHILLIPS, Alfred salesman Kingston Rosetown (Hundred of Lacepede) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 29 Page 219 County MacDonnell

No 3

PHILLIPS, Alfred farmer Lucindale 1883 Memorial 198/352

No 4

PHILLIPS, Alfred groom Echunga 1884 Memorial 207/355

PHILLIPS, Alfred George sheepfarmer Castambul 1898[-1901] Memorial 227/433

No 1

PHILLIPS, Ambrose farmer Bull Creek 1853[-1918] Memorial 448/51

PHILLIPS, Ambrose farmer Bull Creek, died 18/11/1918. Father of Elizabeth Phillips, Eliza Phillips, Hannah Phillips, Edwin Phillips, Charles Phillips and Caroline Phillps. Apparently more children but not named Memorial 16/478

PHILLIPS, Archibald labourer Southwark, died 31/8/1938. His widow, Mary Phillips of South Tce, Thebarton, died 14/7/1955. She left her entire estate to her niece, Marjorie Eunice SCHAHINGER married woman 22 Shierlaw St, North Richmond. Was she a relative to Lancelot William SUTTON master printer Sheriff St, Underdale?? Application 29215

PHILLIPS, Charles wheelwright Rhynie 1868 Application 9207

No 1

PHILLIPS, Charles Henry manager of Pekina 1865 Memorial 149/205

No 2

PHILLIPS, Charles Henry tailor Glenelg took out a lease on premises on TA 171 King William St, Adelaide 1912 Memorial 118/467

PHILLIPS, Charles Hooper merchant Adelaide 1849 Memorial 454/16

No 1

PHILLIPS, Charles John storekeeper Millicent Tantanoola (formerly Lucieton Hundred of Hindmarsh) township allotment land grant 1879[-1880] Grant Book 31 Page 298 County Grey

PHILLIPS, Charles John merchant Adelaide Millicent North (Hundred of Mt Muirhead) township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 31 Page 307 County Grey

PHILLIPS, Charles John gentleman Adelaide 1882 Memorial 141/343

PHILLIPS, Daniel farmer Hilton 1885 Memorial 145/371

PHILLIPS, David of North Kapunda 1858 Memorial 170/145

PHILLIPS, E accountant Adelaide 1919 Memorial 9/479

No 1

PHILLIPS, Edward and George gentleman Norwood 1854 Memorial 47/71

No 2

PHILLIPS, Edward telegraph station master Pt Adelaide 1878 Memorial 131/311

PHILLIPS, Edward gentleman Pt Adelaide 1893 Application 22522

No 1

PHILLIPS, Edward Augustus surgeon Adelaide 1856 Memorial 79/102

PHILLIPS, Edward Augustus dentist Adelaide 1858 Memorial 232/137

PHILLIPS, Edward Augustus surgeon dentist Adelaide 1860 Memorial 3/163

PHILLIPS, Edward Augustus surgeon and dentist Adelaide, about to leave the province, power of attorney to Morgan THOMAS surgeon Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs, especially the sale of allotments 33-57 Section 1404, Co Light, North Kapunda, to James Burbery 9/1/1857. By 12/4/1860, EA Phillips was about to leave the province again for some time, power of attorney Abraham ABRAHAMS merchant Adelaide, to complete the sale of Allotments 12, 151, 152, 153, 154 of Section 1401 North Kapunda to James WHITE and Allotment 190 to Thomas TERRALL Deposit 316/OA

PHILLIPS, Edward James Montagu surgeon Liverpool, Lancs, England 1910 Memorial 129/463

No 1

PHILLIPS, Ernest articled clerk Adelaide 1910 Memorial 131/462

PHILLIPS, Ernest solicitor Pt Lincoln 1910 Memorial 248/462

PHILLIPS, Ernest solicitor formerly of Pt Lincoln but now of Adelaide 1921[-1923] Memorial 181/483

No 1

PHILLIPS, G storekeeper Mt Barker 1855 Memorial 432/89

No 2

PHILLIPS, G agent Adelaide 1895 Memorial 72/425

No 1 - perhaps the same person

PHILLIPS, George clerk to Henry Weston Phillips merchant Adelaide 1844 Memorial 325/3

PHILLIPS, George merchant Adelaide 1851 Memorial 51/32

PHILLIPS, George grocer Adelaide (Hindley St) 1851 Memorial 232/15

PHILLIPS, George ironmonger Adelaide 1877 Memorial 92/297

PHILLIPS, George ironmonger Adelaide 1877 Application 19796

PHILLIPS, George gentleman Adelaide 1886 Application 21128

No 2

PHILLIPS, George and Jabez Grimble Edward Phillips farmers Norwood 1854 Memorial 102/72

No 3

PHILLIPS, George of Moorowie Hundred of Moorowie land grant 1880[-1891] Grant Book 19 Page 34 County Fergusson

No 4

PHILLIPS, George labourer Young St, Kent Town. Norwood Methodist Church trustee 1912 Memorial 40/467

No 1

PHILLIPS, H clerk to Messrs STOW & BRUCE of Adelaide 1863 Memorial 133/189

No 2

PHILLIPS, H fisherman Pt Lincoln 1925 Application 27399

No 1

PHILLIPS, Henry labourer Pine Fores near Adelaide 1847[-1850] Memorial 67/8 Stockowner Pine Forest 1850 Memorial 328/20

PHILLIPS, Henry yeoman Enfield and Sarah Phillips his wife [H Phillips was actually in Van Diemen's Land at the time convicted of the crime of stealing GF Angas's cattle] 1853 Memorial 496/51

PHILLIPS, Henry the Elder yeoman Enfield entrusted Section 539 Hundred of North Rhine (64 acres), 8 1 acre allotments of Section 397 Survey B near Adelaide; lots in Bowden and Brompton, including Lot 8 facing Port Road in Brompton, to Charles KING yeoman the Pine Forest, in trust to rent out the properties and give the money to Henry Phillips's wife, Sarah Phillips, for the benefit of herself and their children, Henry Phillips the Younger, Mary Ann Phillips and Emma Phillips, free from the control of any husband. After Mrs Phillips died, the land to be sold, and the children to get an equal share of the proceeds absolutely in remainder expectant. Sarah Phillips died at Enfield in 1853. Her husband, Henry Phillips, got into some kind of trouble and left SA, taking his children with him. None of them heard of since. On her deathbed, Sarah Phillips gave her Section in North Rhine to her sister, Elizabeth FINN wife of Robert Finn, who had looked after her for many years including on her deathbed. Robert Finn died 10/5/1869 near Rhine Villa. Elizabeth Finn often talked of her sister and the family troubles right up to her own death on 26/1/1915. She bequeathed her estate, worth £250, to her daughter, Caroline Finn spinster near Keyneton, who had been born on Section 539 on 9/4/1863. Caroline Finn denied all knowledge of Charles King. Memorial 450/44 tells that Sarah Phillips appointed Henry WHITTLE butcher Kensington as trustee for her real estate in place of Charles KING yeoman Pine Forest who had left SA. However, Memorial 181/113 mentions that Charles King stockholder Rhine River, died 8/1/1857, leaving his estate to his wife, Caroline King, in trust for life or during her widowhood, then to their children in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant - John AVAN (Caroline King's son before her marriage with Charles King), Caroline King, Mary Ann King, Selina King and George King. Apparently, Charles King was a brother to Sarah Phillips and Elizabeth Finn [There appear to be several inconsistencies comparing the above data with information in the SA Biog Index] 1915 Application 26471

No 2

PHILLIPS, Henry draper's assistant Strathalbyn 1868 Memorial 33/235

No 3

PHILLIPS, Henry mason Mt Gambier 1882 Memorial 124/346

No 4

PHILLIPS, Henry yeoman Woodchester father of William Phillips farmer Woodchester, who died 2/11/1890 intestate. Estate worth £900 Memorial 116/406

PHILLIPS, Henry farmer Woodchester 1902 Memorial 131/446

PHILLIPS, Henry yeoman Woodchester, died 6/6/1904. Father of Sarah Phillips and Thomas Phillips farmer Woodchester Memorial 183/451

PHILLIPS, Henry James licensed victualler Adelaide and Kate Phillips his wife licensed victualler Langham Hotel Adelaide (Grote St) 1887 Memorial 132/388

PHILLIPS, HJ clerk Broken Hill NSW 1890 Memorial 184/402

PHILLIPS, Henry Thomas gentleman Adelaide 1889 Memorial 199/398

No 1 - perhaps the same person

PHILLIPS, Henry Weston merchant Adelaide (Hindley St), became a bankrupt in 1848 Memorial 68/227

PHILLIPS, HW accountant Adelaide 1865 Memorial 267/203

No 1 - perhaps the same person

PHILLIPS, Humphrey gentleman Adelaide 1872 only son and heir at law of the late John Phillips shopman Adelaide Application 12443

PHILLIPS, Humphrey stock drover Naracoorte, power of attorney to Catherine Madeline WATERHOUSE widow Naracoorte, to manage his SA business affairs whenever called on 21/1/1873 Deposit 139/1874

PHILLIPS, J of East Wellington 1858 Memorial 52/145

PHILLIPS, Jacob saddler Mt Gambier 1880 Memorial 107/322

No 1

PHILLIPS, James saddler Adelaide 1846[-1848] Memorial 202/254 Saddler Adelaide (Hindley St) 1853 Memorial 93/53

PHILLIPS, James saddler Hindley St, Adelaide, died c1858. All his estate to be sold in trust for the benefit of his wife and children unnamed. Trustees Joshua GURR of Kensington and Jacob ABBOTT of Unley Enrolment 46/35

No 2

PHILLIPS, James surgeon Adelaide 1853 Memorial 311/69

PHILLIPS, James surgeon Adelaide 1859 Application 14444

No 3

PHILLIPS, James farmer Goodwood Park 1855[-1857] Memorial 40/91

PHILLIPS, Eliza widow Court Morgan, Llanthewy Rhyherch, Wales, died c1889. She was the widow of James Phillips farmer Goodwood Park who had lived there during the 1850s Application 21673

No 4

PHILLIPS, James clerk to Messrs BARTLEY, BAKEWELL & STOW solicitors Adelaide 1855 Memorial 79/122

No 5 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

PHILLIPS, James the Younger mason Kapunda 1859[-1860] Memorial 43/149

PHILLIPS, James the Elder of Victoria township Co Light, died c 1863. Members of his family mentioned in his will included his daughter, Joanna ROSEWALL wife of Abel Rosewall, and his grandsons, James and John Phillips, sons of his son, James Phillips the Younger Memorial 276/188

PHILLIPS, James mason formerly of Kapunda but now of Kooringa 1869 Application 10379

PHILLIPS, James the Younger mason formerly of Kapunda 1859 but now of Kooringa 1876 Application 15172

PHILLIPS, James mason Kooringa 1876 Memorial 36/300

PHILLIPS, James mason Kooringa, died 31/3/1891 intestate. Husband of Ellen Phillips, who died 12/11/1919. Parents of Joseph Staples Phillips postmaster Angaston 1920. Estate worth £200 Memorial 28/482

No 6

PHILLIPS, James builder Adelaide 1860 Application 1953

No 7

PHILLIPS, James station hand Oaklands 1897 Memorial 243/432

PHILLIPS, Jane of Moonta 1874 Memorial 185/272

No 1

PHILLIPS, John shopman Adelaide 1849[-1850] Memorial 255/56

PHILLIPS, John grocer's assistant Adelaide, left 15/1/1853 for the Victorian goldfields. No word from him since 1854, therefore declared dead intestate. He left a widow Catherine Madeline Phillips, and an only son, Humphrey Phillips (by 1872 labourer Naracoorte, then gentleman Adelaide 1873). Mrs Phillips remarried to Arthur Lambert WATERHOUSE, who had also died by 1872. John Phillips estate worth £300 in 1872 Application 12443

No 2

PHILLIPS, John mine surveyor and engineer North Adelaide 1849[-1858] Memorial 171/17

PHILLIPS, John mine surveyor and engineer North Adelaide 8/10/1849 Permission from the SA Company to explore for minerals for 2 years on Sections 6029, 6115, 6112, 6111 Sources of the Torrens Special Survey. He had to give the Company one fifteenth of any income received Enrolment 24/6

PHILLIPS, John mining agent Adelaide 1855 Memorial 200/91

PHILLIPS, John surveyor formerly of Adelaide, but now of Castlemaine Vic, power of attorney to John Bentham NEALES Esquire, to manage his SA business affairs during his absence 22/5/1855 Deposit 671/1855

No 3

PHILLIPS, John farmer Gawler River 1850 Foundation trustee for the Gawler River Primitive Methodist Chapel and school Memorial 327/26

No 4

PHILLIPS, John mason Mt Torrens 1855[-1857] Memorial 403/82

PHILLIPS, John stonemason Onkaparinga District 1855 Charleston public school trustee Memorial 6/91

PHILLIPS, John stonemason Charleston 1856 Memorial 108/96

PHILLIPS, John licensed victualler Charleston 1857 Memorial 44/129

No 5 - perhaps a continuation of No 4

PHILLIPS, John farmer Mt Torrens 1857 Memorial 263/166

No 6

PHILLIPS, John miner Burra Burra Mine 1856[-1861] Memorial 179/95

PHILLIPS, John Ambrose farmer Bull Creek 1896[-1953] Memorial 66/464

No 1

PHILLIPS, John C licensed land broker Adelaide 1873 Memorial 130/269

PHILLIPS, JC land agent Adelaide (41 King William St) 1877 Memorial 17/297

PHILLIPS, John Chichester land agent Adelaide 1881 Application 18463

PHILLIPS, John Dickinson station overseer Wirrealpa. Blinman (Hundred of Carr) township allotment land grant 1891 Grant Book 66 Page 167 County Taunton

No 1

PHILLIPS, John Henry grazier Morgan 1940 Memorial 153/514

PHILLIPS,. John Henry grazier Morgan 1940 Application 28266

No 1

PHILLIPS, John Randall of SA took out a 14-year pastoral lease where the Crown reserved 'springs and surface water and right of ingress and egress to the Aboriginal inhabitants of the said province and to erect wurlies and other dwellings and to take and use for food birds and animals' 1856 Memorial 54/104

PHILLIPS, John Randall gentleman Adelaide 1861[-1864] Memorial 394/179

PHILLIPS, John Randall sheepfarmer Kanyaka. Kanyaka (Hundred of Kanyaka) township allotment land grant 1863 Grant Book 66 Page 112 County Newcastle

No 1

PHILLIPS, John Stanley storekeeper Walkerville and Sarah Jane Phillips his wife formerly Sarah Jane LAWS widow 1884 Memorial 240/360

PHILLIPS, John Stanley grocer Walkerville and Sarah Jane Phillips his wife formerly SJ LAWTON 1890 Memorial 14/402

No 1

PHILLIPS, Joseph carter Kadina. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1881 Grant Book 14 Page 65 County Daly

No 2

PHILLIPS, Joseph blacksmith Waterloo Co Light. Florieton (Hundred of Schomburgk) township allotment land grant 1882 Grant Book 9 Page 158 County Burra

No 1

PHILLIPS, Joseph Edward pastoralist Rapid Bay 1842 Memorial 249/2

PHILLIPS, Joseph Edward gentleman Adelaide 1856 Memorial 176/112

PHILLIPS, Joseph Edward gentleman North Adelaide 1861 Memorial 107/171

PHILLIPS, Joseph Edward accountant Adelaide 1887 Memorial 176/112

PHILLIPS, Joseph Thomas farmer Brentwood, had died by 1896 intestate. Letters of administration to Margaret Phillips widow Brentwood to settle the estate Grant Book 19 Page 259 County Fergusson

PHILLIPS, Josiah miner Burra Burra Mines 1851 Memorial 478/38

PHILLIPS, JR JP of Kanyaka 1860 Memorial 254/191

No 1

PHILLIPS, Lawrence Esquire Old Broad St, City of London, Middlesex, England, purchased crown land in the Currency Creek Special Survey 1841 Memorial 414/89

PHILLIPS, Lawrence Esquire formerly of Old Broad St, but now of George St, Mansion House, London, Middlesex, England, power of attorney to Philip LEVI merchant Adelaide, to sell his real estate in the Currency Creek Special Survey 12/2/1855 Deposit 462/1855

PHILLIPS, Lewis draper Brisbane Qld 1878 Application 16870

No 1

PHILLIPS, Mary widow Morphett Vale 1856 Memorial 209/106

No 2

PHILLIPS, Mary widow 16 South Tce, Thebarton (relict of the late Archibald Phillips formerly labourer Southwark now deceased) 1950 Memorial 4/525

PHILLIPS, Mary widow 16 South Tce, Thebarton, died 14/7/ 1955 Adelaide. Aunt to Marjorie Eunice SCHAHINGER married woman 22 Shierlaw St, North Richmond. Executor; Lancelot William SUTTON master printer formerly of 27 Haywards Ave, Torrensville, but now of Sheriff St, Underdale Memorial 66/531

PHILLIPS, M spinster Clapham, England, daughter of Mrs ES Phillips and granddaughter of William Edward BROWNE Esquire New Broad St, London, Middlesex, England. He bought land grants in the Currency Creek Special Survey in 1841. Lyons & Leader were the local attorneys for the Phillips family to manage their SA real estate from c1887. The drafts were dispatched to England until January 1918, when Lyons & Leader received word that the drafts were not being cashed and that apprently Miss Phillips had died. Miss Phillips's sole legatee, Frederick BRIGGS of Clapham, wrote to Lyons & Leader in April 1921, asking for particulars about Miss Phillips's real estate in SA. The firm heard nothing more from him and from c1925 obtained outright ownership of the land - Section 2057 Hundred of Nangkita. The SHIPWAY family (HC and his son William Henry Shipway farmers Currency Creek) had leased the Section since 1883 and bought the property in 1959 Application 29229

PHILLIPS, MC of the Central Mission Old Folks' Home, Felixstowe Road, Payneham 1946 Memorial 108/520

PHILLIPS, Mr lumper Port Road, Queenstown 1894 Application 22687

No 1

PHILLIPS, Nathaniel carpenter Mt Gambier 1880 Memorial 112/321

PHILLIPS, Nathaniel builder Mt Gambier 1885 Memorial 198/369

PHILLIPS, Nathaniel carpenter Mt Gambier 1885 Application 20584

PHILLIPS, Phillip clothier Adelaide 1883 Memorial 224/347

PHILLIPS, Philip Bruce mason Kooringa 1915 Memorial 27/473

No 1 - perhaps the same person

PHILLIPS, RH law clerk 18 Port Road, Croydon 1923 Memorial 109/487

PHILLIPS, RH of the Millswood Estate 1929 Memorial 191/501

PHILLIPS, Robert Heath managing law clerk Millswood Estate, in the employ of Messrs INGLEBY, WALLMAN & KRIEWALDT solicitors Albion House, Waymouth St, Adelaide 1935 Application 27841

PHILLIPS, Richard farmer Walkerville 1854 Memorial 431/77

No 1

PHILLIPS, Robert surgeon Adelaide 1849 Memorial 267/48

PHILLIPS, Robert surgeon formerly of Adelaide but now residing in Victoria 1853 Memorial 347/51

No 1

PHILLIPS, Robert farmer Clarendon 1854[-1861] Memorial 474/62

No 2

PHILLIPS, Robert farmer Tothill Creek 1865 Memorial 177/202

No 3

PHILLIPS, Robert master of the Camaguhew 1869 Memorial 160/238

No 4 – perhaps the same person; perhaps a mixture of the Elder and the Younger

PHILLIPS, Robert farmer Worlds End. Hundred of Bright land grant 1912 Grant Book 9 Page 50 County Burra

PHILLIPS, Robert the Elder farmer Worlds End. Hundred of Baldina land grant 1914 Grant Book 9 Page 16 County Burra

PHILLIPS, Robert James clerk Adelaide Co Adelaide. Farina (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 65 Page 69 County Not named

No 1

PHILLIPS, Samuel draper Pt Adelaide 1853 Memorial 405/54

No 2

PHILLIPS, Samuel and Thomas miners Moonta Mines executors under the will of the late John Phillips no description deceased by 1887 Memorial 204/385

PHILLIPS, Samuel and Thomas labourers Moonta Mines 1891 Memorial 12/409

No 1

PHILLIPS, Samuel L of Pt Adelaide 1842 Memorial 308/2

PHILLIPS, Samuel Livesley shipping agent Pt Adelaide, formerly miller Adelaide in partnership with John Wilde DE HORNE 1847. De Horne had to pay the debts of the partnership after a bitter dispute, and his share passed to John STEVENS Enrolment 61/3

PHILLIPS, Samuel Livesley shipping agent Pt Adelaide 1854 Memorial 433/76

PHILLIPS, Samuel Pole Esquire Doudjay WA 1852[-1856] Memorial 380/40 Formerly of the Swan River now resident in England 1853 Memorial 107/54

PHILLIPS, Sarah spinster formerly of Woodchester on the Bremer but now of Diapur Vic 1940 Memorial 185/514

PHILLIPS, Susan widow Adelaide 1853[-1855] Memorial 371/48

No 1

PHILLIPS, Thomas farmer Morphett Vale 1849[-1855] Memorial 282/14

No 2

PHILLIPS, Thomas farmer Adelaide 1853 Memorial 162/59

No 3

PHILLIPS, Thomas of Goodwood Road near Adelaide 1853 Memorial 269/59

PHILLIPS, Thomas farmer Cowandilla 1861 Memorial 20/175

No 4

PHILLIPS, Thomas blacksmith Adelaide (perhaps Hindley St or Rundle St) 1853[-1854] Memorial 57/60

PHILLIPS, Thomas gentleman Adelaide, made his will 1855. He left his estate in trust, for his wife, Elizabeth Phillips, to use for life, and until the youngest child turned 21, when the children came into their inheritance absolutely in remainder expectant. Trustees - Enoder PEARCE gentleman and John PAULL farmer both of Adelaide Memorial 123/231, Application 22068

PHILLIPS, Thomas blacksmith Burra Burra Mine 1864 Memorial 335/200

PHILLIPS, Thomas blacksmith Kooringa 1866[-1868] Memorial 189/209

PHILLIPS, Thomas blacksmith Kooringa, died 23/5/1868. James Phillips minister of the gospel Strathalbyn became a trustee for the will Memorial 123/232

PHILLIPS, Elizabeth widow Adelaide 1868 Memorial 123/232

PHILLIPS, Elizabeth widow Kadina 1871 Memorial 216/292

PHILLIPS, Elizabeth widow Moonta 1876 relict of the late Thomas Phillips linked with Paul Phillips draper Moonta Memorial 190/356 By 1883, Elizabeth Phillips was the wife of William PASCOE gentleman Unley. Linked with James Phillips teacher Greenock Memorial 191/356

No 5

PHILLIPS, Thomas gentleman Walkerville 1858 Memorial 194/148

PHILLIPS, Thomas gentleman Walkerville 1859 Application 513

PHILLIPS, Thomas gentleman Walkerville, died c1866, He left his entire estate to his wife, Anna Phillips, absolutely Memorial 182/213, Enrolment 7/47

No 6

PHILLIPS, Thomas coachman Beverley House, Glenelg 1870 Memorial 108/247

No 7

PHILLIPS, Thomas labourer Pt Augusta 1877 Application 15802

PHILLIPS, Thomas Arthur storekeeper Wilkawatt trustee Methodist Mission Hall Wilkawatt 1910 Grant Book 12 Page 123 County Chandos

No 1

PHILLIPS, Thomas Dickinson overseer Arrowie Farina (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 65 Page 70 County Not named

PHILLIPS, Thomas Dickinson station manager Wirrealpa Co Taunton. Brownlow (Hundred of Menzies) township allotment land grant 1883 Grant Book 11 Page 46 County Carnarvon

PHILLIPS, Thomas Dickinson station manager Wirrealpa Co Taunton. Pt Augusta West (Hundred of Copley) township allotment land grant 1883[-1884] Grant Book 66 Page 160 County Manchester

No 1

PHILLIPS, Thomas William general dealer Adelaide 1857[-1859] Memorial 183/119

PHILLIPS, Thomas William general dealer Adelaide (Union St) 1865[-1882] Memorial 322/202

PHILLIPS, Walter George labourer Dinglebedinga. Hundred of Kuitpo land grant 1918 Grant Book 2 Page 104 County Adelaide

PHILLIPS, Walter James ironmoulder Gawler South 1941 Memorial 55/518

No 1

PHILLIPS, William Esquire Adelaide 1840 Memorial 122/1 Formerly of Adelaide, but now of Sydney NSW 1848. Enrolment/

No 2 - perhaps the same person: more research needed

PHILLIPS, William gentleman Adelaide 1839 Memorial 65/75

PHILLIPS, William gentleman Adelaide and Mary Edwina Phillips his wife 1842 Memorial 237/114

PHILLIPS, William gentleman and James saddler, members of the Enterprise Mining Company 1847 Memorial 448/8

PHILLIPS, William gentleman Adelaide 1848 Memorial 133/35

PHILLIPS, William mine agent Wheal Grainger Mine 1850 Wakefield township land purchase Memorial 154/74

PHILLIPS, William, Benjamin TONKIN, and John ROBINS all of the Tungkillo Mine, Reedy Creek 1850 Memorial 200/29

PHILLIPS, William formerly of Reedy Creek but now of Unley 1854 Memorial 186/75

No 3

PHILLIPS, William shepherd Hindmarsh Island Clayton (Hundred of Alexandrina) township allotment land grant 1859 Grant Book 36 Page 457 County Hindmarsh

No 4

PHILLIPS, William farmer Woodchester 1880[-1883] Memorial 102/324

PHILLIPS, William farmer Woodchester, died 2/11/1890 intestate. His estate worth £900. Letters of administration to his father, Henry Phillips yeoman Woodchester, to finalise the estate 1904 Application 24794

No 5

PHILLIPS, William clerk Wallaroo Cowell (Hundred of Playford) township allotment land grant 1881 Grant Book 39 Page 81 County Jervois

PHILLIPS, William storekeeper Wallaroo 1881[-1892] Memorial 36/339

No 6

PHILLIPS, William mining manager Willunga 1882 Memorial 31/347

PHILLIPS, William mining manager Willunga 1887 Application 21237

PHILLIPS, WG of 18 Port Road, Croydon 1918 Memorial 82/477

PHILLIPS, William Henry Tom engine driver Houghton 1936 Memorial 199/509

No 1

PHILLIPS, W Herbert merchant Adelaide 1885[-1905] Memorial 74/366

PHILLIPS, William Herbert merchant Adelaide (Grenfell St) 1887 Memorial 29/386

PHILLIPS, William Herbert merchant Adelaide 1900 Application 24075

No 1

PHILLIPS, William Richard storekeeper Callington 1893 Application 22521

PHILLIPS, William Richard out of business Callington on the Bremer, died 31/8/1932. Husband of Mary Ann Phillips. Executor; Robert Stephen SMITH motor salesman Brighton Memorial 17/506

No 1

PHILLIPS, William Serpell gentleman Adelaide 1853[-1854] Memorial 128/48

PHILLIPS, WS [possibly William Serpell] of Apoinga 1860 Memorial 75/162

No 1

PHILLIPS, William Smart gentleman Adelaide 1853 Memorial 165/47

PHILLIPS, William Smart gentleman formerly of Adelaide, but now of Buckland, Glos, England, power of attorney to Charles FISHER corn dealer Oberlin House Gilberton, to sell his SA real estate and conclude his business affairs 21/1/1859 Deposit 135/1874

PHILLIPS, William Smart gentleman Buckland, Glos, England appointed Charles Fisher no description to sell all his SA real estate and other assets 1859 Memorial 153/276

PHILLIPS, William Smart gentleman formerly of Adelaide 1853 but now of parts beyond the seas 1874 Application 13738

No 1

PHILLIPSON, Clement and Walter John Phillipson wine and spirit merchants Adelaide (Beaconsfield Buildings King William St) 1883 Memorial 190/354

PHILLIPSON, Clement agent Adelaide, died 2/2/1925. His widow, Ruth Phillipson, lived at 13 Seawall, Glenelg by 1929 Memorial 39/502

PHILLIPSON, Ernest gentleman Glenelg, Ellen Constance Phillipson and Georgina Maud Phillipson spinsters Glenelg, Katherine BACKHOUSE wife of Thomas Salmon Backhouse gentleman Glenelg (formerly Katherine RAUCH), Matilda Constance Phillipson widow Glenelg, Walter John Phillipson sharebroker Adelaide, Clement Phillipson sharebroker Adelaide 1903 Memorial 161/448

No 1

PHILLIPSON, Jonas Moses Esquire Adelaide 1842 Memorial 2/2

PHILLIPSON, Jonas Moses Esquire [formerly of Adelaide but now of] Walkerville leased out his Torrens River Section 478 on a 7-year lease at a 'corn rent of three bushels of good clean wheat every year or the yearly sum of of 30/- per acre during the said term' 1845 Memorial 235/5

PHILLIPSON, Jonas Moses Esquire formerly of Walkerville now of London, England 1853 Memorial 116/50

PHILLIPSON, Jonas Moses Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now of West Hill, Highgate, Middlesex, England 1863 Memorial 113/189

PHILLIPSON, Matilda Constance widow Glenelg 1904, declared that between 1870-1882, she and her family lived on pt Section 478 Survey B on the Torrens River .Only two of her eight children by her husband, Jonas Moses Phillipson, ever married. Ellen Constance Philipson married 4/6/1903 William Alexander CAMPBELL. Katherine Phillipson married (1) Theodor Vivian RAUCH in November 1881. TV Rauch died June 1891 and his widow remarried 26/10/1898 to Thomas Salmon BACKHOUSE Application 24750

No 1

PHILLIPSON, Montague Levi merchant Adelaide 1847 Memorial 33/8

PHILLIPSON, Montague Levi gentleman St Bernards near Magill 1853 Memorial 479/60

PHILLIPSON, Montague Levi gentleman North Adelaide 1866 Memorial 52/214

No 1

PHILLIPSON, Nathaniel Edmund manager Beltana, power of attorney to Adolph von TREUER Esquire Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 11/7/1873 Deposit 166/1873

PHILLIPSON, Nathaniel Edmund stockholder Beltana 1886 Memorial 90/381

PHILLIPSON, Nathaniel Edmund sheep farmer Beltana 1887[-1889] Memorial 185/388

PHILLIPSON, Nathaniel Edmund Esquire Beltana, Sir Thomas ELDER of parts beyond the seas and Peter WAITE of Adelaide, trading in co-partnership under the style or firm of the Beltana Pastoral Company 1889 Memorial 101/399

PHILLIPY, Alexander baker Adelaide [probably TA 51 Hindley St] 1850[-1853] Memorial 144/25

No 1 - probably the same person

PHILLIS, Alfred farmer Pinda 1882 Memorial 204/339

PHILLIS, Alfred farmer Amyton 1886 Memorial 134/375

No 1

PHILLIS, Charles Robert of Kent Town and Alice Ellen Phillis his wife nee STONEHAM 1890 daughter of William Stoneham licensed victualler Modbury, who died 25/1/1868 Memorial 184/401

PHILLIS, Alice Ellen widow Rose Park 1917, declared that she was the relict of Charles Robert Phillis formerly agent Norwood late chaff merchant Adelaide, who died 28/6/1906 Consumptive Home, North Tce, Adelaide. One child of the marriage - Hazel Bertha WHITE wife of George Gilmore White formerly of the Reedbeds but now of Rose Park. CR Phillis was a son of William Phillis farmer Mt Pleasant Application 26461

No 1

PHILLIS, Charlie Horace Mountford farmer Pinnaroo. Hundred of Bews land grant 1912 Grant Book 12 Page 49 County Chandos

PHILLIS, Charlie Horace Mountford farmer Parilla. Hundred of Parilla land grant 1945 Grant Book 12 Page 103 County Chandos

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

PHILLIS, George the Younger farmer South Rhine Co Sturt. Hundred of Yangya land grant 1872 Grant Book 60 Page 86 County Victoria

PHILLIS, George the Younger farmer Baroota. Trustee Public Cemetery Hundred of Baroota land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 696 County Frome

PHILLIS, George gentleman Springvale Mt Pleasant linked with George James Phillis farmer Snowtown 1892 Memorial 40/414

PHILLIS, George the Younger farmer Baroota Hundred of Baroota land grant 1894 Grant Book 24 Page 698 County Frome

PHILLIS, George the Elder farmer Springvale near Mt Pleasant, died 1909. His sons at this stage were George Phillis the Younger farmer Pt Germein, John Bushell Phillis farmer Walker Flat, and Thomas Chapman Phillis farmer Springvale Application 26461

PHILLIS, George farmer formerly of Pt Germein but now of Mambray Creek linked with John Bushell Phillis farmer Walker Flat and Thomas Chapman Phillis farmer Springvale near Mt Pleasant 1917 Memorial 35/475

PHILLIS, Henry Oliver farmer Clanfield trustee Clanfield Hall 1922 Grant Book 12 Page 12 County Chandos

PHILLIS, James farmer Mt Pleasant Co Adelaide. Hundred of Caltowie land grant 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 182 County Victoria

No 1

PHILLIS, John farmer Snowtown 1884[-1886] Memorial 200/361

PHILLIS, John farmer Pt Broughton 1916, declared that he was a son of William Phillis farmer Mt Pleasant, who died 14/3/1889. [His executors were Richard Baxter COX solicitor Adelaide and George Phillis farmer Springvale near Mt Pleasant] John Phillis was living with his grandfather, James Phillis the Elder, when J Phillis's uncle, Thomas Phillis, died 1851 intestate and unmarried. James Phillis the Elder, his father, inherited his estate as heir at law. Many details of the descendants of W Phillis Application 26461

PHILLIS, Sarah widow Mt Pleasant Hundred of Dalrymple land grant 1884 Grant Book 19 Page 146 County Fergusson

PHILLIS, Thomas farmer Snowtown 1881 Application 18957

No 1

PHILLIS, William farmer South Rhine Hundred of South Rhine land grant 1860 Grant Book 58 Page 237 County Sturt

PHILLIS, William farmer Flaxman Valley Hundred of Dalrymple land grant 1880 Grant Book 19 Page 141 County Fergusson

No 1

PHILLIS, William Thomas farmer Snowtown 1904 Memorial 165/450

PHILLIS, William Thomas farmer Snowtown, died 6/2/1909, of stomach cancer and 8 months' exhaustion, aged 59. Born at Mt Pleasant, he married at 29 and had 2 sons and 4 daughters living; 2 sons and 1 daughter deceased Application 26461

No 1

PHILP, Edward gentleman Philip Town 1863. Son of Oliver Philp innkeeper Chain of Ponds, who died 15/2/1855. Edward Philp turned twenty-one on 13/7/1862 Application 10628

PHILP, Edward formerly of Fort Burke NSW but then of Palmer 1869 Application 10628

PHILP, FWH undertaker McLaren Vale 1906 Application 25155

PHILP, John miner Chain of Ponds 1854 Hundred of Para Wirra land grant Memorial 234/71

PHILP, JWH rate collector Nairne District Council 1902 Application 24452

No 1 - the Elder

PHILP, Oliver and IRON, James farmers Section 6121 Western Sources of the Torrens Special Survey 1849 Memorial 454/16

PHILP, Oliver publican Teignmouth 1852 Memorial 125/66

PHILP, Oliver the Elder innkeeper Chain of Ponds, died c1854. 10 Pt Lincoln 20-acre allotments to his son, Edward Philp, when he turned 21. Son John Philp to get £100 within 6 months of his father's decease, paid out by O Philp’s widow, the executrix of the will. O Philp the Elder's wife to get the Chain of Ponds estate in trust for life and the Pt Lincoln land in trust until son Edward Philp turned 21. When the widow died or remarried, the son, John Philp, to get the Chain of Ponds property absolutely in remainder expectant and pay £100 to the testator’s daughter Louisa, and sons Oliver the Younger, Edwin and Augustus Philp to get an equal share of the valuation, and Edward Philp to get a half share of the value of the property. If John Philp inherited the property before all his brothers and sister had turned 21, he had to maintain them. Application 2197

No 2 – the Younger

PHILP, Oliver the Younger born 27/5/1839 District of Adelaide. Parents Oliver Philp the Elder farmer and Phillipa nee HARRIS. Informants at registration 10/9/1845 Oliver Philp the Elder and Philps COOMBE. Application 2197

PHILP, Oliver yeoman Adelaide 1871 Application 11204

No 1

PHILP, Richard farmer North Gumeracha 1866 Memorial 249/222

No 2

PHILP, Richard mines captain Moonta 1886[-1893] Memorial 16/377

PHILP, Richard of Moonta Mines 1888 Memorial 145/393

PHILP, Richard captain Moonta Mines 1902 Memorial 4/445

No 1

PHILP, William farmer Mt Gould near Gumeracha 1857 Memorial 144/124

PHILP, William farmer Gumeracha 1867 Memorial 168/220

No 1

PHILPOT, Cantelo gardener Mt Lofty near Crafers 1876 Application 15110

PHILPOT, Cantelo mason Stirling East 1909 Memorial 40/462

No 1

PHILPOT, John gardener Campbelltown 1898[-1917] Memorial 21/437

PHILPOT, John farmer Paradise 1912, declared that he had been born in Campbelltown about 57 years previously. Aged about 24 years, he shifted to Paradise, where he had remained ever since Application 26139

PHILPOT, John gardener Campbelltown 1912 Application 26058

No 1

PHILPOT, Samuel yeoman Little Para 1852 Memorial 83/41

PHILPOT, Samuel carpenter Campbelltown 1853 Memorial 371/52

PHILPOT, Samuel yeoman Campbelltown 1856[-1861] Memorial 338/104

PHILPOT, Samuel gardener Campbelltown 1875 Memorial 27/285

PHILPOT, Samuel yeoman Campbelltown 1871 Application 11310

PHILPOT, Samuel gardener Ann St, Campbelltown, died 26/11/1895. His widow, Ann Philpot, died 25/6/1909, of some months' senile decay, aged 88. Born in Burley, Hants, England, she had been in SA for 60 years. She married at 24, and had 2 sons and 1 daughter living, as well as 1 daughter dead. A son, John Philpot gardener Campbelltown, also a son Cantelo Philpot the Elder mason Stirling East, and a grandson, Cantelo Philpot the Younger (who died 22/1/1908 unmarried, intestate and without issue) 1910 Application 25790

PHILPOT, Samuel gardener Campbelltown 1896 Application 23086

No 1

PHILPS, Abel Richard Minister of the Gospel Truro 1854[-1856] Memorial 53/79 Atlas Land Building & Investment Society member 1856 Memorial 122/99

PHILPS, Abel Richard Minister of the Gospel formerly of Truro 1858 Memorial 294/141

PHILPS, Abel Richard Minister of the Gospel Adelaide 1855 Memorial 197/98

PHILPS, Abel Richard Minister of the Gospel Truro 1865 Memorial 275/205

PHILPS, Abel Richard Congregational Minister Truro Hundred of North Rhine, died 1876. He made bequests to his wife, Hannah Case Philps, his daughters, Hannah SCOTT nee Philips, Susannah Alice COWARD nee Philps, Sarah BARR nee Philps widow of the late Rev'd P Barr, and his sons, Richard Charles Emanuel Philps, Alfred Abel Philps, and Thomas Wix Philps. Mr Philps had once been the Congregational Minister in Williamstown Vic Memorial 222/294

PHILPS, Hannah Case widow North Adelaide, SCOTT, Hannah wife of Thomas Scott sheep farmer Paddy’s Plain near Truro, BARR, Sarah widow North Adelaide; PHILPS, Richard Charles Emanuel farmer Kilkerran; PHILPS, Alfred Abel carrier Truro; PHILPS, Thomas Wix milk dealer Windsor Vic 1887 Application 21298

PHILPS, Alfred George telephone technician O'Halloran Hill 1958 Application 29285

No 1

PHILPS, John Scott company secretary Fullarton 1931 Memorial 93/504

PHILPS, John Scott company secretary formerly of Fullarton but now of Toorak and Mahalia Alice Philps his wife 1938 Memorial 15/512

PHILPS, Richard Charles Emanuel farmer Truro Hundred of Kilkerran land grant 1881 Grant Book 19 Page 168 County Fergusson

PHILPS, Smithson Henry labourer Kent Town 1882 Memorial 20/341

PHIN, James licensed victualler Templers 1883 Memorial 122/357

No 1

PHIPPS, Joseph gentleman Adelaide 1849 Memorial 137/17

PHIPPS, Joseph gentleman formerly of Adelaide, but now of Norwood 1849 Memorial 95/18

No 1

PHIPPS, Thomas carter Adelaide 1849 Memorial 50/15

PHIPPS, Thomas formerly labourer Adelaide 1856 but now farmer near Strathalbyn 1864 Application 4947

No 1

PHIPSON, John Bond Chief Clerk in the Judicial Department Adelaide 1847 Memorial 169/11

PHIPSON, John Bond gentleman Glenelg 1849[-1851] Memorial 85/15

PHYLAND, Bernard farmer Coulta linked with Matthew Phyland farmer Lake Wangary 1902 Memorial 189/446

PICARD, William Henry publican Adelaide 1912 Memorial 34/466

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

PICK, James farmer Mt Gambier Hundred of Caroline land grant 1880[-1882] Grant Book 31 Page 2 County Grey

PICK, James and John Edward graziers Hundred of Caroline 1891 Memorial 171/411

PICK, James the Elder and Younger sheepfarmers Hundred of Caroline near Mt Gambier 1899 Memorial 36/441

PICK, James the Elder JP father of James Pick the Younger of Broomfield near Mt Gambier and John Edward Pick grazier Wye Hundred of Caroline 1900 Memorial 78/441

PICK, James sheep farmer Summer Hill near Mt Gambier 1929 Application 27720

PICKARD, Gottfried farmer Moppa 1867 Memorial 39/222

PICKERING, Ann widow Hindmarsh, died 4/6/1890 Memorial 236/459

PICKERING, B of Currency Creek 1907 Memorial 211/457

No 1

PICKERING, Charles carrier Brompton 1860 Application 1231

PICKERING, Charles labourer Brompton, died 24/6/1881 Memorial 237/459

No 1

PICKERING, George carrier Blinman. Blinman North (Hundred of Carr) township allotment land grant 1868 Grant Book 66 Page 165a County Taunton

No 2

PICKERING, George grocer Leeds, Yorks, England, power of attorney to John SOAL Town Clerk Glenelg, to sell his allotments in New Glenelg 19/2/1879 Deposit 174/1879

No 3

PICKERING, George farmer Hundred of Palmer Co Newcastle 1900 Memorial 197/440

No 4 - perhaps a continuation of No 2

PICKERING, George farmer Quorn, died 22/2/1903. Husband of Ann Pickering. Executor: John Henry WRIGHT storekeeper Quorn. Estate worth £35 Memorial 231/448

No 1 - the Elder

PICKERING, John carpenter Hindmarsh 1845 Application 14041.

PICKERING, John carpenter Hindmarsh 1847 Memorial 380/8 Builder Hindmarsh 1851 Memorial 305/28

PICKERING, John undertaker Hindmarsh 1850 Application 21494.

PICKERING, John builder bankrupt Hindmarsh 1852 Memorial 41/41

PICKERING, John builder Hindmarsh 1854[-1857] Memorial 274/70

PICKERING, John District Councillor Hindmarsh 1866 had lived in Hindmarsh for about 27 years, and had known John Watts now of Nairne for about 26 years Application 7804.

PICKERING, John gentleman Brompton 1876 Application 15379.

PICKERING, John gentleman Brompton 1877 Memorial 56/417

PICKERING, John gentleman Brompton. He appeared to have his office in Central Chambers King William St, Adelaide 1886 Application 20876.

PICKERING, John gentleman JP Port Road, Brompton June 1891, had lived in the area since c1845 Application 22066.

PICKERING, John the Elder gentleman Brompton, died 15/10/1891. Husband of Sarah Pickering. Father of John Pickering the Younger comptroller of accounts SA Railways Hindmarsh. Brother to Charles Pickering no description Memorials 117 & 120/415

PICKERING, John the Elder, died 1891. He left his estate to John Pickering the Younger, by 1911 Comptroller of Accounts in the SA Railways formerly of Hindmarsh now of Unley Park (likely that they were father and son by J Pickering the Elder's first wife), provided he cared for Sarah Pickering of Port Road, Brompton, the widow of the late John Pickering, and also Charles Pickering labourer Brompton and his wife, Ann Pickering.. Sarah Pickering died 21/9/1908 Parkside Asylum, of 10 days' cerebral apoplexy and senile decay, aged 78. Born in England, Mrs Pickering came to SA 68 years previously. She had married at 19, but had no family. William Pickering labourer Brompton, died 24/6/1881, of apoplexy, aged 69. His wife, Ann Pickering, died 4/6/1890 Hindmarsh, of broncho-asthma, influenza and broncho-peumonia, aged 75 Application 26014

PICKERING, Sarah widow Port Road, Brompton, died 21/9/1908 Memorial 238/459

No 2 - the Younger

PICKERING, John the Younger clerk SA Railways 1873 Memorial 35/268

PICKERING, John SA Railways Comptroller of Accounts North Tce, Adelaide 1897 Application 23466.

No 3

PICKERING, John brickmaker Salisbury 1853[-1857] Memorial 65/53

PICKERING, John farmer formerly of Salisbury but now of the Light River 1857 Memorial 11/139

PICKERING, John storekeeper Apoinga 1857 Memorial 135/142

PICKERING, John farmer Dirty Light 1858 Dirty Light Primitive Methodist Chapel trustee Memorial 132/144

PICKERING, John farmer Sources of the Dirty Light 1861 Memorial 13/177

PICKERING, John farmer Tothill Creek Hundred of Waterloo 1853 Memorial 129/188

No 4 - perhaps a continuation of No 3

PICKERING, John and CAMERON, Angus stockholders Pt Wakefield 1861 Application 2696.

PICKERING, John and Angus CAMERON sheep farmers Wakefield River co-partners under the style or firm of Pickering & Cameron, both died 16/10/1862 intestate, when the cutter Sarah foundered in Spencer Gulf. Settlement of the estate settled upon John Pickering's wife, Sarah Ann Pickering Memorial 132/188

No 1

PICKERING, Joseph plasterer Adelaide 1854 Memorial 403/63

PICKERING, Joseph shopkeeper Methley, Yorks, England, died 6/1/1861. Estate worth £100. Personal estate to his wife, Sarah Pickering, absolutely. Real estate in trust for his wife and son George Pickering, until George is 21, then to his wife in trust for life or her remarriage. Cottages at Eastmoor near Wakefield, in trust; one to his wife rent free for life, the others to his son George Pickering, provided he paid his mother an annuity of £12 a year. Trustees; Charles Pickering FIRTH whitesmith and John PICKERING flour seller both of Wakefield Enrolment 8/53

No 2

PICKERING, Joseph shoemaker Burra 1854 Memorial 11/72

PICKERING, Joseph John of Saddleworth Co Light. Hundred of Yackamoorundie land grant 1880 Grant Book 56 Page 92 County Stanley

PICKERING, PJ proclaimed bank manager Kooringa 1923 Memorial 59/489

PICKERING, Rowland John Ferrers gentleman Pt Adelaide 1864 Memorial 251/198

No 1

PICKERING, Thomas compositor Brompton 1891 Application 22027.

PICKERING, Tom printer Brompton 1903 Brompton Methodist Church trustee Application 28475.

PICKETT, James labourer Morphett Vale 1867 Memorial 218/227

No 1

PICKETT, Thomas mail carrier Robe 1877 Memorial 97/300

PICKETT, Thomas of Robe. Bible Christian Chapel Robe trustee 1877 Memorial 43/301

PICKETT, Thomas overseer Robe 1880 Memorial 131/326

No 1

PICKFORD, Alfred grocer Adelaide 1858[-1864] Memorial 2/154

PICKFORD, Alfred grocer Adelaide (Rundle St) 1867[-1870] Memorial 89/221

PICKFORD, Alfred formerly grocer but now out of business Adelaide 1880 Memorial 92/324

PICKFORD, Alfred formerly grocer Adelaide but now out of business Norwood 1892. His daughter, Ellen Pickford, had married the Rev'd Henry Thomas BURGESS Wesleyan Minister North Adelaide Application 22355.

No 1

PICKFORD, Hubert Foote carpenter residing on the Parklands Adelaide 1850[-1852] Memorial 449/26

PICKFORD, Hubert Foot carpenter Adelaide 1855 Memorial 235/81

PICKFORD, Hubert Foot carpenter Adelaide, died 5/2/1855 intestate, of heart disease, aged 38. His wife, Helen Pickford, assumed his estate. She died intestate, about c1862. The Pickfords had six children - 3 sons and 3 daughters. As at c1881 - the eldest son called James Hubert Pickford, born in London, England, now publican the Family Hotel, Palmerston Northern Territory, inherited his mother’s estate as heir at law. The second son called Robert Pickford, who lived somewhere beyond Pt Augusta in 1881. Emma JOHNSTONE spinster Rundle St, Kent Town, a good friend of Helen Pickford since c1860 Application 18839

PICKFORD, James Hubert carter White Forest near Mt Remarkable 1864 Memorial 226/196

PICKFORD, Robert farmer Hundred of Woolundunga 1885 Memorial 188/372

No 1

PICKFORD, William Jacques joiner Adelaide 1864[-1865] Memorial 218/192

PICKFORD, Betsy wife of William Jacques Pickford storekeeper Adelaide 1881 Application 18950.

PICKHAM, Thomas pilot Pt Adelaide 1854 Memorial 399/71

PICKHAVER, Alfred out of business Birkenhead 1923, declared that he had lived in the village for over 65 years Application 27190

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

PICKHAVER, Thomas mariner Pt Adelaide 1853[-1854] Memorial 313/57

PICKHAVER, Thomas pilot Queenstown 1854 Memorial 92/77

PICKHAVER, Thomas pilot Le Fevre Peninsula 1857 Memorial 237/118

PICKHAVER, Thomas ship owner Pt Adelaide 1871 Memorial 86/295

PICKHAVER, Thomas pilot Pt Adelaide 1872 Memorial 136/261

PICKHAVER, Thomas pilot formerly of Queenstown 1854 but now of Le Fevre Peninsula 1878 Application 16928

PICKHAVER, Thomas ship owner Pt Adelaide 1887 Application 21240

PICKHAVER, Thomas the Younger clerk Laura 1896 Memorial 109/428

PICKHAVER, Thomas clerk Laura 1897 Memorial 239/429

No 1

PICKHILLS, George of Goolwa 1866 Memorial 8/218

PICKHILLS, George Rickinson Swan master mariner Goolwa 1866 Application 9899

PICKHILLS, George Rickinson Swan master mariner Murray River 1875 Application 14178

PICKUP, Malcolm Richard accountant Adelaide 1913 Memorial 57/469, Application 26246

PIEFKE, Johanne Beate widow Lobethal 1851[-1853] Memorial 303/34

PIEL, HM storekeeper Pt Broughton 1905 Memorial 193/452

PIENING, George Harry of Chicago Hundred of Yatala 1917 Memorial 141/475

PIENING, Johann chaffcutter and corn merchant Adelaide (corner of Pulteney St and Hindmarsh Square TA 87) 1882 Memorial 31/345

No 1

PEIRCE, Edward and Thomas builders Norwood 1854 Memorial 101/78

PIERCE, Edward, Thomas and William builders Norwood 1868 Memorial 52/232

PIERCE, Frank Henry farmer Edwardstown. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1913 Grant Book 2 Page 33 County Adelaide

No 1

PIERCE, Joseph labourer Bowden 1884 Application 20054

PIERCE, Joseph Henri gentleman formerly of Bowden but now of Kensington and Emily Pierce his wife 1889 Application 21666

PIERCE, Joseph Herbert farmer Wirha. Hundred of Bews land grant 1922 Grant Book 12 Page 12 County Chandos

No 1

PIERCE, William builder Norwood 1850[-1855] Memorial 479/19

No 2 - probably the same person

PIERCE, W of Adelaide 1863 Memorial 124/189

PIERCE, William of Adelaide 1875 Memorial 85/283

No 3

PIERCE, William tailor Kooringa 1876 Memorial 36/300

PIERCY, Caroline Masterton widow Stepney 1911 Application 25996

PIERCY, Frederick potter Magill worked in partnership with John Henry Thomas TREWENACK at the Trewenack Pottery Works at Magill 1889 Memorial 113/398

No 1

PIERCY, Harold William manager Pt Lincoln 1927 Memorial 96/497, Application 27576

PIERCY, Harold William gentleman formerly of Pt Lincoln, but now of 26 Austral Tce, Malvern 1950 Memorial 199/524

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

PIERCY, William labourer Magill 1874 Memorial 43/274

PIERCY, William the Younger of Magill 1883 Application 19995

PIERCY, William potter Magill 1884 Memorial 5/361

No 2

PIERCY, William manager Pt Lincoln 1927 Application 27600

No 1

PIERS, Charles George optician and Walter Piers accountant Pt Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of Menzies land grant 1883 Grant Book 11 Page 58 County Carnarvon

PIERS, Charles George of Pt Adelaide linked with Walter Piers of Adelaide 1885 Memorial 37/373

PIERS, Charles of Pt Adelaide, power of attorney to Walter Piers of Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 2/1/1886 Deposit 151/1886

PIERS, Walter accountant Adelaide 1883 Memorial 21/419

PIERSON, Alfred James Smith gardener Hectorville 1950 Application 28777

PIERSON, Ann widow Rundle St, Kent Town 1899 Application 23824

PIERSON, James farmer Cudlee Creek 1858 Memorial 44/144

No 1

PIERSON, James Benjamin gardener Hectorville 1903 Memorial 37/448

PIERSON, James Benjamin of Hectorville, died 3/4/1940. Husband of Sophia Christenia Pierson Memorial 200/514

PIERSON, John gardener New Glenelg 1914 Application 26357

PIESING, James painter formerly of North Adelaide but now of Castlemaine Vic 1860 Memorial 188/170

No 1

PIESSE, Matthew Peary labourer Adelaide 1849 Memorial 52/14

PIESSE, Matthew Peary grocer Adelaide 1854 Memorial 74/66

PIETSCH, Christian farmer Springton Hundred of Angas land grant 1880 Grant Book 58 Page 180 County Sturt

No 1

PIETSCH, Heinrich farmer Gawler River 1850 Memorsial 201/21

PIETSCH, Heinrich farmer Gawler River, left SA permanently in 1851 Application 22366

No 1

PIETSCH, Johann August farmer Monarto Hundred of Monarto land grant 1882 Grant Book 58 Page 126 County Sturt

PIETSCH, Johann August farmer Mobilong 1887 Memorial 83/384

No 1

PIETSCH, Johann August farmer Rhine Villa 1886[-1891] Memorial 190/373

No 1

PIETSCH, Johann August farmer Caloote 1887 Memorial 46/386

PIETSCH, Johann August farm Black Hill trustee unnamed Church Hundred of Ridley Hundred of Ridley land grant 1894 Grant Book 58 Page 155 County Sturt

PIETSCH, Johann Friedrich Wilhelm farmer near Mannum 1881 Memorial 112/336

No 1

PIETSCH, Johann George farmer near Lobethal 1854 Memorial 197/73

PIETSCH, Johann George the Elder farmer near Lobethal, died c1872. His estate to be divided up amongst his wife, Anna Elisabeth Pietsch nee REDLICH, his sons, Johann George Pietsch the Younger and Johann Gottlob Pietsch ,and his daughter, Johanne Lydia Pietsch Memorial 236/264

PIETSCH, Johann Gottlob farmer near Lobethal 1861 Memorial 7/172

No 1

PIETSCH, Samuel farmer Blumberg 1852 Memorial 372/40

PIETSCH, Samuel farmer Lobethal 1854 Memorial 228/67

PIFFIN, Albert Louis storekeeper Exeter 1905 Application 24998

PIFFIN, Arthur grocer Semaphore Rd 1913 Application 26194

PIFFIN, William John pipe tester Birkenhead 1915 Application 26469

PIGAMONTI, Peter contractor Wallaroo Bay Co Daly. Blinman North (Hundred of Carr) township allotment land grant 1868 Grant Book 66 Page 165 County Taunton

No 1

PIGGIN, John bricklayer Adelaide 1854 Memorial 363/64

PIGGIN, John bricklayer Norwood 1855 Memorial 254/86

PIGGIN, John bricklayer formerly of Adelaide but now of Sandhurst Vic 1861 Memorial 108/182

PIGGIN, John bricklayer late of Adelaide, but now of Sandhurst Vic, power of attorney to William GODDARD Esquire Beulah Road, Norwood, to sell his real estate on Beulah Road 18/12/1861 Deposit 37/1862

PIGGOTT, Alick Gordon and Robert Aubrey Piggott farmers Lameroo. Hundred of Cotton land grant 1936 Grant Book 12 Page 128 County Chandos

PIGGOTT, Arthur accountant Renmark 1922 Memorial 12/486

PIGGOTT, Augustine chandler Kadina. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1871 Grant Book 14 Page 71 County Daly

No 1

PIGGOTT, Charles farmer Clarendon 1862[-1876] Memorial 91/187

PIGGOTT, Charles farmer Clarendon, died 6/6/1887. He left his widow, Anne Piggott, his estate for life, and then various legacies to members of the family - John Piggott farmer Clarendon, Annie PHELPS wife of Adolphus Phelps butcher Clarendon, Martha Piggott and Mary SPENCER wife of George Spencer Application 21207

PIGGOTT, Charles the Elder farmer near Clarendon, died 6/6/ 1887. Husband of Anne Piggott and father of John Piggott farmer Clarendon, Charles Piggott the Younger, Mark Piggott, Stephen Piggott and 4 unnamed daughters Memorial 16/386

No 1

PIGGOTT, John farmer Clarendon 1909[-1912] Memorial 93/461

PIGGOTT, John and Peter farmers Clarendon 1911 Application 26003

No 1 - probably the same person

PIGGOTT, Richard farmer Clarendon 1857[-1862] Memorial 24/119, Application 2830

PIGGOTT, Richard farmer formerly of Clarendon but now of Watervale 1876 Memorial 152/323

PIGGOTT, Richard farmer Morchard 1888[-1894] Memorial 26/391

PIGGOTT, Richard farmer Booleroo, died 23/9/1895. Estate worth £2,700. Father of Llewelyn Herbert Piggott and father-in-law of George SARGENT farmer Hundred of Appila Memorial 26/440

PIGGOTT, Robert of Willowie 1890[-1897] Memorial 108/404

PIGHT, Thomas John farmer Hurtle Vale 1882[-1891] Memorial 2/337

No 1

PIGNEUIT, Henry farmer Hope Valley 1849 Memorial 228/14

PIGNEUIT, Henry farmer Dry Creek 1850[-1852] Memorial 291/27

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

PIGNEUIT/PIGUENET/PIQUENET, Henry mechanist Adelaide (Pt TA 69 Hindley St) 1850 Memorial 448/25

PIKE, Albert Oswald horticulturalist Renmark 1904 Memorial 135/451

No 1

PIKE, Charles labourer Cowandilla 1864[-1869] Memorial 233/199

PIKE, Charles farmer Cowandilla 1878 Application 16917

PIKE, Charles Henry labourer Kapunda, aged 64 in 1958, declared that he had lived in Kapunda for 50 years Application 29280

No 1

PIKE, Daniel and Joseph farmers Noarlunga 1855 Memorial 2/83

PIKE, Daniel and James farmers Noarlunga 1856 Memorial 56/101

No 1

PIKE, George licensed victualler Gilbert River 1850 Grant Book 0 Page 5 County Unnamed

PIKE, George licensed victualler Gilbert River 1854 Memorial 5/65

PIKE, George licensed victualler formerly of the Gilbert River but now of Ross Bridge near Ararat Vic 1876 Memorial 110/290

No 2

PIKE, George farmer Milang 1856 Memorial 64/103

PIKE, George farmer Milang 1862 Application 3040

No 3 - perhaps a continuation of No 2

PIKE, George farmer Belvidere [of the Bremer?] 1878 Memorial 43/306

PIKE, Henry, Walter Henry Pike and Ernest Albert BEASLEY of the Dorset Brewery Oakbank, trading under the style or firm of H Pike, Son and Beasley 1891 Memorial 212/409

No 1

PIKE, Isaac brickmaker Bowden 1847 Application 9357

PIKE, Isaac brickmaker Salisbury 1850 Memorial 133/24

PIKE, Isaac formerly brickmaker Salisbury became an bankrupt in 1852 Memorial 109/41

No 1

PIKE, James farmer Noarlunga 1856[- 1882] Memorial 56/101

PIKE, James farmer Prospect Hill near Meadows 1903 Application 24694

PIKE, John brickmaker Noarlunga 1852 Memorial 31/44

No 1

PIKE, Joseph fisherman Alberton 1841 Application 6321

PIKE, Joseph fisherman Alberton 1851 Memorial 69/36

No 2

PIKE, Joseph farmer Hurtle Vale 1845[-1848] Memorial 387/5

PIKE, Joseph farmer formerly of Noarlunga 1857 but now of Morphett Vale 1866 Application 7743

PIKE, Joseph formerly labourer Hurtle Vale 1848; later farmer 1856 now out of business Noarlunga 1870 Application 10852

PIKE, Joseph farmer Morphett Vale, died c1870. Complicated bequests involving his wife, Hannah Pike, his son James Pike, the testator's daughter Jane WARNER and her husband James Warner, and the testator's daughter, Ann Pike and her daughter, Mary Ann Pike Memorial 166/249

No 3

PIKE, Joseph sailmaker Adelaide 1852[-1855] Memorial 331/39

PIKE, Joseph Frederick Thomas watchman Adelaide (286 Gilbert St) changed his name to Joseph Frederick Thomas PIPER 1925 Memorial 11/494

PIKE, Norman William labourer Reynella son of Annie Mary Pike widow Reynella 1936 Memorial 162/509

PIKE, Patrick labourer Adelaide 1851 Memorial 35/39

PIKE, Richard bricklayer Adelaide 1839 of King William St, Adelaide 1846 Application 5749

PIKE, Sidney engine driver Alberton 1917 Memorial 54/476

No 1

PIKE, William brickmaker Bowden 1850[-1851] Memorial 222/26

PIKE, William brickmaker Brompton 1853 Memorial 479/49

PIKE, William publican Brompton 1851 Memorial 464/32

No 2 - the Elder

PIKE, William labourer Happy Valley and Maria Pike his wife 1858 Memorial 176/139

PIKE, William labourer O'Halloran Hill and Maria Pike his wife 1860 Application 1999

PIKE, William of Happy Valley 1880 Application 18216

No 3 - probably the Younger

PIKE, William blacksmith Morphett Vale 1865 Memorial 222/201

PIKE, William the Younger blacksmith Telowie 1880 Application 18216

No 4

PIKE, William farmer Cowell 1898 Memorial 60/435

PIKE, William George labourer Mildura (links with Kangarilla) probably an employe of Randolph Edward NICHOLS contractor Mildura 1906 Memorial 147/455

No 1

PILBEN, Thomas labourer Houghton 1858 Memorial 25/138

PILBEN, Thomas farmer Macclesfield, died 30/6/1875 intestate. Husband of Sarah Pilben Memorial 31/408

PILBEN, Sarah widow Macclesfield 1880 Memorial 80/326

PILBEN, Sarah widow formerly of Macclesfield but now of Parkside 1891 Memorial 95/408

PILCHER, John Iggleden stonemason Hindmarsh 1851[-1853] Memorial 407/34

PILCHER, William Humphrey solicitor of 18 New Broad St, London, Middlesex, and No 5 The Cedars, Putney,, Surrey, died 5/11/1865. His wife, Phoebe Pilcher 3 Bath Tce, Richmond, Surrey, died 22/12/1886 of 10 days’ accute bronchitis, aged 82. Their daughter, Augusta Elizabeth Pilcher, of The Lawn, Sandown, Isle of Wight, and of Cyprus House, Ham St, Kent, died 26/4/1923. Another daughter was Miriam Annie BROTHERS, of no stated address. Her daughter was Phoebe Gladys Hayton BROTHERS spinster Thorneycroft, Mickleburgh Hill, Herne Bay, Kent Deposit 36/1932

PILE, Alfred Ernest Maxwell master mariner Largs Bay, changed his name to Alfred Ernest MAXWELL 1918. Married Mabel Louisa PEDLER on 29/2/1896. Three children - Philip Rupert Mathew Pile born 27/6/1899, Jack Unwin Pile born 8/8/1906 and Mary Grace Louise Pile born 27/12/1911 Memorial 81/476

No 1 - probably the same person

PILE, Charles of Cuthero/Cuthro Station Darling River NSW 1880 Memorial 187/320

PILE, Charles stockholder Gawler 1885 Memorial 111/370

PILE, Charles sheepfarmer Adelaide, died 9/7/1891 intestate a bachelor and without a parent. Letters of administration to John and William Pile sheepfarmers Adelaide 1903 Memorial 192/448

PILE, Charles sheep farmer Adelaide, died 9/7/1891 intestate and unmarried. Letters of administration to his brothers, John PILE and William PILE sheep farmers Adelaide, to finalise his estate 30/7/1891 Deposit 58/1911

No 1

PILE, George barman Adelaide 1850 Memorial 44/27

PILE, George barman Adelaide (Hindley St). Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1850 Grant Book 1 Page 19 County Adelaide

No 1

PILE, James innkeeper Adelaide 1850 Memorial 255/20

PILE, James innkeeper [formerly of Adelaide but now of] Gawler 1850[-1853] Memorial 32/56

PILE, James gentleman Beckwith near Gawler 1864 Memorial 36/197

PILE, James stockholder Beckwith near Gawler 1865 Application 6405

PILE, James Esquire Gawler 1865 Memorial 77/206

PILE, James the Elder stockholder Oaklands Gawler East, who died 19/3/1885, had four sons who survived infancy. James Pile the Younger, who died 26/9/1864, John Pile stockholder Adelaide, William Pile stockholder Glenelg and Charles Pile stockholder Gawler. He had three daughters, Anne, wife of David POWER Esquire Melbourne (to get £15,000), Jane MCKINLAY relict of John McKinlay Gawler, and Jessie Pile spinster Gawler, both to get £20,000 and the right to live at Oaklands for their lifetime (Allotments 368-372, 418, 419 Gawler East) and use its contents, and afterwards for the trustees (William Henry COOMBS Clerk in Holy Orders and Joseph Herbert THORNLEY banker Gawler) to divide the estate into equal shares for the sons and their heirs 1886. James GORDON Minister of the Gospel Gawler had known James Pile the Elder for 23 years 1885 Application 20834

No 1

PILE, James Thomas hotelkeeper Somerset Hotel Flinders St, Adelaide 1910 Memorial 22/464

PILE, James Thomas hotelkeeper Somerset Hotel Flinders St, Adelaide and Amelia Agnes Pile his wife 1911 Memorial 246/465

No 1

PILE, John yeoman Adelaide 1843 Memorial 125/3

PILE, John gentleman Adelaide 1848 Memorial 209/12

No 2

PILE, John stockholder Adelaide 1885 Memorial 111/370

PILE, John sheepfarmer formerly of Glenelg 1902 Memorial 153/449

PILE, John sheepfarmer formerly of Glenelg but now of North Adelaide 1906 Memorial 24/456

No 1

PILE, Mary Ann (Annie) hotelkeeper Somerset Hotel Adelaide (cr of Pulteney St and Flinders St) 1908 Memorial 190/459

PILE, Mary Ann (Annie) hotelkeeper widow Clare about to marry Henry Edward MCCOY driver bachelor Carlton Vic 1909 Memorial 84/462

No 1

PILE, William Esquire Glenelg 1876 Memorial 179/289

PILE, William sheepfarmer formerly of Glenelg but now of Somerton 1906 Memorial 25/456

PILE, William the Elder gentleman Somerton near Glenelg linked with Isabel Pile of Tarlton St, Somerton 1915 Memorial 13/473

PILGRIM, John of Appila Hundred of Appila land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 504 County Frome

PILGRIM, Thomas farmer Reedbeds 1863 Memorial 307/188

PILGRIM, William yeoman Bowden 1854 Memorial 26/63

PILKINGTON, George storekeeper Farina Out of Hundreds. Marree (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1884[-1890] Grant Book 65 Page 135 County Not named

No 1

PILKINGTON, James farmer Jamestown. Hundred of Crystal Brook land grant 1882 Grant Book 60 Page 233 County Victoria

PILKINGTON, James of Crystal Brook. Hundred of Wandearah land grant 1883 Grant Book 60 Page 327 County Victoria

PILKINGTON, James farmer Crystal Brook. Hundred of Crystal Brook land grant 1896[-1897] Grant Book 60 Page 237 County Victoria

PILKINGTON, John farmer Hundred of Yongala, had died by 1902. Executors - Mary Pilkington widow Gumbowie and John HAREN farmer Canowie Grant Book 13 Page 207 County Dalhousie

No 1

PILKINGTON, Michael and Thomas farmers Hill River 1865 Memorial 76/206

PILKINGTON, Michael farmer near Canowie. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 116 County Victoria

PILKINGTON, Thomas farmer Mintaro 1881 Application 18872

No 1

PILKINGTON, William dairyman Glenelg Road 1873 Memorial 159/281

PILKINGTON, William dairyman The Glenelg Road near Adelaide 1875 Application 14712

No 2 – perhaps the same person

PILKINGTON, William gentleman Mintaro 1887 Memorial 127/388

PILKINGTON, William farmer Gumbowie Co Kimberley. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1903 Grant Book 13 Page 207 County Dalhousie

PILKINGTON, William Thomas farmer Crystal Brook Co Victoria. Hundred of Redhill land grant 1909 Grant Book 14 Page 381 County Daly

No 1

PILL, Robert miner Adelaide 1853[-1855] Memorial 500/48

PILL, Robert farmer The Sturt 1857[-1859] Memorial 202/128

PILLAR, Hamilton Howard schoolteacher Kingston S-E. Kingston Institute trustee 1936 Memorial 14/510
No 1

PILLAR, Joseph labourer Hindmarsh 1882 Application 19478

PILLAR, Joseph fellmonger Hindmarsh and Hannah Pillar his wife of 1856 Application 14622

PILLAR, Stanley Graham farmer Lameroo, died 26/5/1954. Executors - Donald Fred farmer Parndana Kangaroo Island and Lindsay Graham Pillar farmer Lameroo 1968 Grant Book 12 Page 133 County Chandos

PILLARD, Edwin John draper Norwood 1879 Memorial 203/318

No 1

PILMORE, John farmer Upper Dry Creek 1855 Memorial 128/81

PILMORE, John farmer Modbury 1870 Memorial 95/244

PILMORE, John farmer Modbury Upper Dry Creek 1881 Memorial 215/332

PILMORE, Richard railway ganger Keith. Keith (Hundred of Stirling) township allotment land grant 1899 Grant Book 7 Page 97 County Buckingham

PILMORE, Rosley Gordon motor mechanic Strathalbyn and Hildred Eileen Pilmore his wife 1948 Memorial 163/522

No 1 - perhaps the same person

PILTZ, Carl August Hermann farmer Rowlands Flat 1858 Memorial 30/146

PILTZ, Hermann innkeeper Lyndoch Valley 1864 Memorial 236/194

PILTZ, Carl August Hermann carpenter Gawler 1870 Memorial 119/248

No 1

PILTZ, Johann Carl August farmer Sedan 1884 Memorial 233/358

PILTZ, Johann Carl August trustee of the Zion Pilgrim Evangelical Lutheran Church pt Sections 40 & 45 Hundred of Bagot 1888 Memorial 101/393

PILZ, Carl Ferdinand Hugo tinman Nuriootpa 1865 Application 5917

No 1 - perhaps the same person

PILZ, Heinrich miner Redruth 1858[-1873] Memorial 142/154

PILZ, Heinrich of Broken Hill NSW 1900 Application 24056

PILZ, Wilhelm Christian Heinrich labourer Redruth, died 30/3/1912. Husband of Auguste Pilz. Father of Johannah Pilz of Broken Hill NSW 1910, but of Aberdeen by 1912 and then of Phillip St, Southwark by 1942. Estate worth £100 Memorials 71 & 76/516

No 1

PIMLOTT, John mason Gawler 1867[-1877] Memorial 227/223

PIMLOTT, John builder Gawler 1874[-1875] Memorial 89/278

PIMLOTT, John builder Gawler 1874 Application 13622

PIMLOTT, John mason Gawler 1875 Application 14238

PIMLOTT, Sidney Halford farmer Wasleys. Wasleys Recreation Ground trustee 1926 Memorial 99/496

PIMLOTT, William James contractor Solomontown near Pt Pirie 1912 Memorial 193/467

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

PINCH, Edward farmer Bagot Well near Kapunda 1864 Application 5100.

PINCH, Edward farmer near Kapunda 1867[-1891] Memorial 133/221

PINCH, Edward the Younger farmer Georgetown. Pt Pirie (Hundred of Pirie) township allotment land grant 1872 Grant Book 60 Page 477 County Victoria

PINCH, Edward the Younger farmer Georgetown Appila township allotment land grant 1874 Grant Book 24 Page 481 County Frome

PINCH, Edward the Younger Bagot Well Co Light. Hundred of Yangya land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 88 County Victoria

PINCH, Edward the Younger farmer Bagot Well 1878 Grant Book 18 Page 4 County Eyre

PINCH, Edward the Elder farmer Bagot Well Co Light. Hundred of Yangya land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 85 County Victoria

PINCH, Edward the Elder farmer Bagot Well 1880 declared that he came to live in the Hundred of Kapunda in 1859 Application 17950

PINCH, Edward the Elder and Richard farmers Kapunda 1880 Application 18348

PINCH, Edward farmer Bagot Well 1883 Memorial 245/354

PINCH, Edward formerly farmer Bagot Well but then gentleman Brighton, died c 1900. Husband of Janet Love Pinch and father of Edward Berrison Pinch mercantile clerk Gleneg. Estate worth £1, 360 Memorial 128/442

PINCH, Edward gentleman formerly of Bagot Well and Brighton but then of Glenelg, died date not stated. Executors; Janet Love Pinch widow Glenelg, Robert Smith Pinch out of business Glenelg, and Edward Berrison Pinch mercantile clerk Glenelg 1904 Memorial 102/451

PINCH, Janet Love widow Glenelg 1901[-1908] Memorial 33/443
No 1

PINCH, Henry labourer Kooringa 1851 Memorial 240/29

PINCH, Henry labourer Redruth 1851 Memorial 187/40

PINCH, Henry miner Burra Burra Mine 1863 Memorial 39/189

PINCH, Henry farmer Kooringa Co Burra. Hundred of Ayers land grant 1865 Grant Book 56 Page 189 County Stanley

PINCH, Henry farmer Kooringa 1882[-1888] Memorial 189/340

PINCH, Henry gentleman Redruth 1884[-1903] Memorial 229/359

PINCH, Henry gentleman Redruth, died 7/4/1916. He owned land in Redruth, along whose western boundary he planted gum trees and used the lot to tether and depasture cows and horses. Two daughters mentioned - Fanny FINCH widow Kooringa and Mary THOMAS married woman Aberdeen 1927 Application 27553

PINCH, John farmer near Kapunda 1865 Application 6626

PINCH, Richard farmer near Kapunda 1880 Application 17950

PINCH, William farmer Sour Flats near Kapunda 1867 Memorial 199/226

No 1

PINCHBECK, Alfred licensed victualler North Adelaide and Jane Rounsevell Pinchbeck his wife 1888 Memorial 241/391

PINCHBECK, Alfred publican Kent Town Hotel, Kent Town, leased the hotel for 7 years at £390 a year from 1892 Memorial 71/414

PINCHBECK, Alfred licensed victualler Kent Town Hotel 1894 Memorial 243/423

PINCHBECK, Alfred licensed victualler Edwardstown and Jane Rounsevell Pinckbeck his wife 1903 Memorial 55/449

No 1

PINCHBECK, James farmer Unley 1855[-1856] Memorial 263/90

PINCHBECK, James farm bailiff Unley Park 1860 Memorial 263/168

PINCHBECK, James farmer Goodwood 1862 Memorial 181/186

PINCHBECK, James yeoman Unley Park 1864 Memorial 40/199

No 2

PINCHBECK, James licensed victualler Parkside 1889[-1896] Memorial 226/396, Application 21795

PINCHBECK, James hotelkeeper Kent Town Hotel Kent Town 1919 Memorial 13/479

PINCHBECK, Sarah Painter widow Goodwood 1876 Memorial 17/289

PINCHES, Arthur gentleman Melbourne Vic 1889 Memorial 39/397

PINCHES, Mr [perhaps William] carpenter Brompton 1864 Application 5092

PINCHES, Sidney Arthur labourer Kingston S-E and Ivy Ann Pinches his wife 1940 Memorial 48/515

No 1

PINCHES, Thomas Holmes carpenter Balhannah 1873[-1886] Memorial 22/272

PINCHES, Thomas Holmes carpenter Balhannah, died c1893 intestate. Letters of administration to George Crombie Pinches builder Ararat Vic Memorial 221/417

PINCHES, Thomas Holmes carpenter Balhannah, died 23/5/1893 Ovingham intestate. Estate worth £150. Letters of administration to George Crombie Pinches builder Ararat Vic Application 22515

No 1

PINCHES, Walter Wilfred labourer Kingston S-E 1926 Memorial 84/494

PINCHES, Walter Wilfred grazier Kingston Lacepede Bay Institute trustee 1939 Application 28146

No 1

PINCHES, Walter William licensed victualler Kingston S-E and Charlotte Pinches his wife 1900 Memorial 211/441

PINCHES, Walter William hotelkeeper Kingston S-E 1902 Memorial 125/447

PINCHES, Charlotte married woman Kingston S-E Hundred of Lacepede land grant 1897 Grant Book 46 Page 9 County MacDonnell

PINCKNEY, Albert builder Alberton 1855 Memorial 214/89

No 1

PINCKNEY, Charles carpenter Alberton 1850[-1854] Memorial 121/22

PINCKNEY, Charles builder Queenstown 1854 Memorial 402/80

PINCKNEY, Charles builder Alberton 1856 Memorial 170/100

No 2 - likely to be a continuation of No 1; or perhaps the Elder and the Younger

PINCKNEY, Charles yeoman Pt Adelaide 1853 Memorial 152/57

No 1

PINCOMBE, William yeoman Norwood 1857[-1865] Memorial 148/127

PINCOMBE, William carpenter King William St, Kent Town, died 15/5/1891 intestate. Husband of Emma Pincombe. Father of Eleanor Rose MARTIN wife of Francis John Martin plumber King William St, Kent Town Memorial 186/434

PINDLEBURY, Plantagenet of Norwood 1867 Memorial 67/220

PINE, Edward carter Cheltenham 1906 and Ellen Pine his wife, who declared that she had been born at Cheltenham in 1851 and had always lived there Application 25100

No 1

PINE, John bricklayer near Woodville 1860 Application 1742

PINE, Mary widow Yatala 1882 Application 19176

No 1

PINE, Patrick labourer Queenstown 1857 Memorial 114/126

PINE, Patrick of Rosewater, about to live in Mt Gambier for a year, and Mary Ann Pine his wife. He could not write 1860 Memorial 101/276

PINE, Mary Ann widow Adelaide 1881 Memorial 89/336

PINE, Mary Ann widow Woodville widow of Patrick Pine of Rosewater deceased 1885 Application 20716

PINE, Thomas miller Rhynie 1875[-1880] Memorial 17/285

PINE, Thomas Dowdeswell wine merchant Pt Adelaide 1901 Memorial 78/442

PINE, Timothy of Rankawa Te Aute Hawkes Bay New Zealand 1885 Application 20716

PING, James gardener Kooringa 1883[-1884] Memorial 226/356

No 1

PINK, Charles, Francis Pink, Samuel Pink and Thomas Francis Pink chaffmerchants Clare 1915 Memorial 81/473

PINK, Charles out of business Clare, aged 60 in 1949, declared that he had lived in the town all of his life Application 28678

PINK, Charles out of business Clare, aged 64 in 1953, declared that he had lived in the Clare district all his life Application 28938

PINK, Charles out of business Clare, aged 66 in 1955, declared that he had been born in Clare and had lived there for his whole life Application 29110

No 1

PINK, David shepherd Gilbert River 1852[-1855] Memorial 489/91

PINK, David shepherd The Wakefield Hundred of Upper Wakefield land grant 1858 Grant Book 56 Page 127 County Stanley

PINK, David shepherd Wakefield River 1872 Memorial 230/259

No 1

PINK, Francis merchant Walkley Ave, Somerton, died 29/9/1946. Executor; Geoffrey Francis Pink merchant Clare Memorial 57/521

PINK, Francis merchant Somerton. His family as of 1949. Husband of Mabel Pink of Walkley Ave, Somerton. Children - Geoffrey Francis Pink solicitor Clare, Mabel Joyce MORPHETT married woman Walkley Ave, Somerton, Winifred Joan LEMON wife of Arnold William Lemon solicitor Clare [brothers-in-law in partnership] and Ronald Samuel Pink merchant Clare Memorial 137/524

PINK, Geoffrey Francis and PINK, Ronald Samuel merchants Clare 1952 Application 28938

PINK, George shepherd Tarcowie. Hundred of Tarcowie land grant 1879 Grant Book 13 Page 45 County Dalhousie

PINK, Henry John gardener Crafers 1869 Memorial 217/241

No 1

PINK, Milton Thomas Tilby agent Copperhouse near Kooringa 1938 Memorial 127/512

PINK, Milton Thomas Tilby formerly agent Copperhouse near Kooringa but now clerk Adelaide 1948 Memorial 17/523

No 1

PINK, Thomas carpenter Charleston 1859 Memorial 114/159

PINK, Thomas carpenter Charleston 1883 Application 19749

No 2

PINK, Thomas produce merchant Clare 1902 Memorial 146/446

No 1

PINK, Thomas F chaff merchant and farmer Clare 1886[-1900] Memorial 94/379, Application 23998

PINK, Thomas Francis chaff dealer Clare 1894 Memorial 75/421

PINK, Thomas Francis chaff merchant Clare, died 4/3/1930. Husband of Mary Jane Pink. Father of Francis Pink, Charles Pink and Samuel Pink chaff merchants Clare; also Alice Beatrice Pink and Mary Rosalie Pink Memorial 159/503

No 1

PINK, William farmer Marion 1849 Memorial 381/17 Farmer The Sturt 1850 Memorial 374/19

PINK, William farmer Marion Road 1871 Memorial 19/252

PINK, William farmer near Marion 1871, declared that he had looked after Basil SLADDEN the Younger born 29/11/1848 and Israel Benjamin Allen Sladden born 8/9/1850 sons of Basil Sladden the Elder innkeeper South Rd, who died c1853, and his wife, Betsey Sladden. The Sladdens attended St Mary's South Rd Application 26953

PINK, William farmer Marion 1872 Memorial 45/259

PINK, William gentleman Marion 1880 Application 17790

PINK, William farmer Marion, died 18/4/1892. Estate worth £396. Bequests to his niece Annie HEMSIN/HIMSEN/HIMSIN widow near Kapunda relict of the late George Himsin now deceased, and also Basil SLADDEN labourer near Clarendon Memorial 101/413 FIND

No 2

PINK, William farmer Alberton 1850 Memorial 404/20

No 3

PINK, William builder Adelaide, became a bankrupt 1870 Memorial 44/246

PINKERTON, Eliza housekeeper Kingston S-E 1919 Memorial 91/479

PINKERTON, James and Thomas butchers Kingston S-E 1889 Memorial 15/400

PINKERTON, Robert Symington butcher Kingston S-E. Kingston Institute trustee 1936 Memorial 14/510
No 1

PINKERTON, Thomas butcher Robe 1882 Memorial 220/342

PINKERTON, Thomas butcher Kingston S-E 1900 Memorial 214/441

PINKERTON, Thomas butcher Kingston 1900 Application 24082

PINKERTON, Thomas butcher Kingston S-E, died 6/7/1909, of heart failure, aged 81. Born in Glasgow, Scotland, he had emigrated to SA 69 years ago. He had married aged 32 years: 5 sons and 6 daughters alive; 1 son deceased. One son called RS Pinkerton of Kingston. T Pinkerton had been a Trustee of the Lacepede Bay Institute 1939 Application 28146

No 1

PINKERTON, William gentleman near Adelaide 1840. In Hindley St, Adelaide by 1844. A farmer at Studley near Adelaide 1847 Memorial 46/8

PINKERTON, William Esquire Adelaide 1841. He bought 5 land grants in Survey B apparently near present-day Payneham Memorial 123/52

No 1

PINNEGAR, Charles of North Adelaide 1859 Application 948

PINNEGAR, Charles farmer Belair 1870 Memorial 35/251

PINNELS, Richard yeoman Adelaide apparently had something to do with the Australian Arms Hotel TA 66 Hindley St West 1856[-1857] Memorial 223/95

PINNER, William farmer District of Para Wirra 1855 Memorial 168/85, Application 17134

PINNINGTON, Henry fisherman Glenelg 1854[-1856] Memorial 257/66

PINNOCH, JDS assistant manager Federal Bank of Australia Ltd 1887 Memorial 59/388

PINNOCK, John bootmaker Adelaide (Rundle St) 1879[-1881] Memorials 116/316 & 163/332

PINNOCK, Robert farmer Oakbank 1885 Application 20461

No 1

PINNOCK, William yeoman Kensington 1846 Memorial 78/6

PINNOCK, William farmer Kensington 1849 Memorial 119/20 Labourer Kensington 1850 Memorial 17/27

PINNOCK, William farmer Kensington 1853[-1856] Memorial 225/47

PINNOCK, William farmer Kensington, died 5/12/1884 Memorial 243/380

PINNOCK, William the Elder farmer Kensington, died 1884. Father of Elizabeth HARRIS wife of Henry Harris wheelwright Charles St, Norwood, William Pinnock the Younger, James Pinnock (both no description), Robert Pinnock farmer Oakbank, Eliza FARQUAHAR wife of George Farquahar baker Gawler, and Charlotte Ann BARRETT wife of John Richard Barrett blacksmith Mutooroo. Donald Ogg Farquahar miller's clerk Allendale near Kapunda was an executor Memorial 241/362

PINNOCK, William farmer Kensington, died 5/12/1884. Father of Robert Pinnock farmer Oakbank, James Pinnock no description, Elizabeth HARRIS wife of Henry Harris wheelwright Charles St, Norwood, Eliza FARQUAHAR wife of George Farquahar baker Gawler, and Charlotte Ann BARRETT wife of John Richard Barrett blacksmith Mutooroo. Estate worth £520. Henry Pinnock labourer Oakbank 1929 was a grandson of W Pinnock Memorial 80/502

PINNOCK, William farmer Kensington, died 5/12/1884. He willed Section 5123 Hundred of Onkaparinga near Oakbank to his son, Robert Pinnock the Elder, for life, then to his wife, Catherine Pinnock, for life; then the Section to be sold and the proceeds distributed equally to his three grandchildren, Robert Pinnock the Younger, Blanche Pinnock and Henry Pinnock. His son, Robert Pinnock farmer Oakbank, died 7/8/1926, of 4 weeks' bronchitis and 1 week senile gangrene, aged 86. Born at Kensington. Married aged 31. His wife, Catherine Pinnock nee SMITH, died 19/9/1918, of abdominal cancer, aged 75. Born at Kensington. Married aged 30. 1 son living; 1 son and 1 daughter deceased. Their son, Robert Pinnock the Younger miner Pinyalling, Yalgoo goldfields, died 5/8/1897 temporary hospital, of 18 days' typhoid, aged 25. Nurse Nelina LAMOND nursed him. He was buried half a mile east of the Baron Mine at Pinyallin. Their daughter, Blanche Pinnock 23 Geralton married Roderick Clive CAMPBELL 25 compositor Geralton (Father: William Henry Campbell baker) on 18/12/1898 Wesley Church, Geralton. Blanche Campbell widow, died 25/9/1915 Claremont Hospital for the Insane WA, of 7 weeks' acute mania and heart failure, aged 40.. She was born at Oakbank and had been in WA for 18 years. Her children were Katherine Roberta Campbell aged 15 and Kenneth Clive Campbell aed 13 years. Henry Pinnock labourer Oakbank a brother to Robert Pinnock and Blanche Campbell gave the above information. Application 27781

PINSCHOF, Carl Ludwig merchant Adelaide and Melbourne Vic 1892 Memorial 189/414

No 1

PINSON, Richard sawyer Gawler 1857 Memorial 289/119

PINSON, Richard labourer Gawler 1863[-1865] Memorial 152/188

PINSON, Richard labourer Gladstone 1873 Memorial 29/269

No 1

PINSON, Samuel butcher Eden Valley 1885 Memorial 44/366

PINSON, Samuel butcher Eden Valley 1885 Application 20425

PINSON, Walter Richard teamster Williamstown 1911[-1936] Memorial 69/466

PINTELL, [spelling uncertain] William farmer Meadows Special Survey 1849 Memorial 491/14

No 1

PIPER, Arthur William clerk to Thomas W FLEMING solicitor Adelaide 1881 Memorial 85/334

PIPER, AW clerk to Messrs FLEMING, BOUCAUT & ASHTON solicitors Adelaide 1884 Memorial 198/362

PIPER, AW articled clerk Adelaide 1885 Memorial 8/367

PIPER, AW clerk to James ASTON solicitor Adelaide 1885 Memorial 250/369

PIPER, AW solicitor Adelaide 1890[-1902] Memorial 55/403

PIPER, Arthur William barrister and solicitor Adelaide (Clifton Chambers, King William St) 1906 Memorial 242/459

No 1 - Charles Malte Piper

PIPER, Charles and Rudolph (Carl and Rudolph??) horse dealers Clare 1861 Memorial 174/179

PIPER, Charles and Rudolph [formerly horsedealer but now] licensed victuallers Clare 1861 Memorial 31/183

PIPER, Charles innkeeper [formerly of Clare but now of] Mintaro 1866 Memorial 301/208

PIPER, Charles innkeeper Mintaro took out a 7-year lease of the Mintaro Hotel at £100 a year from John SMITH farmer Mintaro. He assigned the lease two years later 1871 Memorial 51/268

PIPER, Charles formerly innkeeper but now farmer and dealer Mintaro 1873 Application 13092

PIPER, Charles formerly of Mintaro but now licensed victualler Adelaide 1875 Memorial 176/281

PIPER, Charles stablekeeper White Horse Stables Adelaide 1876 Memorial 50/287

PIPER, Charles licensed victualler Finniss Vale Hotel formerly known as the Farrier's Arms Randalsea. He bought the hotel for £330 from the estate of the late William EVERARD Esquire Ashford near Adelaide 1891 Memorial 32/410

PIPER, Charles Malte gentleman North Adelaide, died 7 or 11/7/1897. His family as at 1909 included - William Charles Piper, Alma TAYLOR wife of Charles Louis Taylor no description, Theresa HUGHES wife of Peter Arthur Hughes no description, Fannie Marie CLARKSON wife of Walter Thomas Clarkson locomotive fireman Mile End, and Lilian Piper spinster. The family inherited the Finniss Vale Hotel at Randalsea Memorial 56/461

PIPER, Emma widow Barton Tce, North Adelaide (relict of the late Charles Malte Piper and formerly the widow of the late Samuel HAYNES), died 9/5/c1899. Estate worth £2,360. Executrix; Charlotte Frances STUBBINGTON spinster Barton Tce, North Adelaide Memorials 43 & 88/89/438

PIPER, Ernest John Methodist minister Gawler 1913 Memorial 18/469

PIPER, HB solicitor Adelaide 1924 Memorial 172/491

PIPER, James of Adelaide 1888 Memorial 206/389

PIPER, John Bible Christian Minister Adelaide 1876 Memorial 38/295

PIPER, John Dixon Esquire Colne Engaine, Essex, England, bought preliminary land grant Section 905 Survey B 7/4/1841. He was a son of Edward Piper miller Feering Essex, England, and his wife Sarah nee DIXON of Colne Engaine, Essex. Edward Piper the Elder died 10/5/1844 Halstead, Essex. The family became Baptists after the eldest son, Edward Piper the Younger, was born 28/5/1791. John Dixon Piper miller Colne Engaine married Jane JARVIS of the same place 8/6/1824 Colne Engaine. He died childless at Colne Engaine in Dec 1857, aged 64. He left his estate to his wife, Elizabeth Piper, in trust for life, then to his nieces and nephews (except Stephen Piper, son of his brother Stephen Piper, of Ipswich, Suffolk) in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant. Elizabeth Piper died Feb 1861, aged 76. The estate, including the SA land, sold, to raise the money for the nieces and nephews to inherit according to JD Piper's will Application 13823

PIPER, Richard mining manager Broken Hill NSW 1888 Memorial 666/390

No 1

PIPER, Rudolph poundkeeper near Clare 1868 Application 9438

PIPER, Rudolph farmer Stanley Flat Co Stanley. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1874[-1875] Grant Book 60 Page 113 County Victoria

PIPER, Rudolph farmer Jamestown. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1883 Grant Book 60 Page 424 County Victoria

No 1

PIPER, Thomas Bible Christian minister Auburn 1872[-1876] Memorial 162/262

PIPER, Thomas Bible Christian Minister Adelaide 1877[-1878] Memorial 22/303

PIPER, Thomas Bible Christian minister Willunga 1881[-1885] Memorial 227/334, Application 19673

PIPER, Thomas Bible Christian minister Balaklava formerly Superintendent and preacher for the time being of the Adelaide District 1899 Memorial 51/439

PIPER, Thomas Methodist minister Woodville, President of the Methodist Conference1902 Application 28412

PIPER, William of Adelaide 1888 Memorial 205/389

No 1

PIPPETT, George Francis labourer Pt Adelaide 1852 Memorial 391/45

PIPPETT, George Francis lighterman Pt Adelaide 1856 Memorial 27/102

No 1

PIRT, John farmer Adelaide 1856 Memorial 250/106

No 2

PIRT, John cordwainer Evanston near Gawler 1859 Memorial 175/157

PITCHER, Albert James hotelkeeper Adelaide (John Bull Hotel Currie St) 1914[-1920] Memorial 181/470

No 1

PITCHER, Clarence Frederick newsagent Forestville 1938 Memorial 19/512

PITCHER, Clarence Frederick formerly newsagent Forestville but now primary producer Golden Grove 1943 Application 28346

No 1

PITCHER, Henry labourer Grand Junction 1858 Memorial 5/262

PITCHER, Henry farmer Grand Junction 1859 Memorial 165/160

PITCHER, Henry postmaster Grand Junction, Lower North Road 1861 Application 2346

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

PITCHER, Henry late gentleman the Grand Junction but now farmer Maitland 1882 Application 19466

PITCHER, Henry farmer Grand Junction Hundred of Maitland land grant 1883 Grant Book 19 Page 106 County Fergusson

No 1

PITCHER, Henry of Hindmarsh Valley 1874 Memorial 55/273

No 2

PITCHER, Henry farmer Maitland 1888[-1892] Memorial 55/395

PITCHER, Henry James farmer Maitland Hundred of Maitland land grant 1892 Grant Book 19 Page 108 County Fergusson

No 1 - [NB the builder, farmer and storekeeper all appear to be the same person; bad clash of dates]

PITCHER, James Esquire Hindley St, Adelaide. Section 360 Hundred of Yatala land grant 1842 Memorial 325/26 & Enrolment 94/8

PITCHER, James farmer Bushy Farm near Adelaide 1845 Memorial 254/5 Prominent Wesleyan Methodist 1849 Memorial 398/15

PITCHER, James farmer Section 360 Gepps Cross 1850[-1853] Memorial 445/25

PITCHER, James joiner Adelaide 1848 Memorial 102/13

PITCHER, James storekeeper Grand Junction Road and Elizabeth Pitcher his wife 1851 Memorial 342/2

PITCHER, James storekeeper The Grand Junction 1851[-1875] Memorial 2/36

PITCHER, James storekeeper Section 361 Lower North Road [Churchill Road] 1854 Memorial 177/71

PITCHER, James storekeeper Grand Junction & Lower North Road [Churchill Road] 1855 Memorial 3/84

PITCHER, James joiner Prospect 1855 Memorial 196/294

PITCHER, James storekeeper Section 361 Grand Junction Co Adelaide 1856 Memorial 23/106

PITCHER, James storekeeper father of Henry Pitcher labourer both of Grand Junction, Lower North Road, Section 361, District B 1858 Memorial 5/262

PITCHER, James builder formerly of the Grand Junction but at present absent therefrom and Elizabeth Pitcher his wife 1859 Linked with Henry Pitcher farmer Grand Junction Memorial 165/160

PITCHER, James clerk Grand Junction 1876 linked with Henry Pitcher farmer Shortland Yorke Peninsula Application 15552

PITCHER, James storekeeper The Grand Junction and Elizabeth Pitcher his wife 1882 Application 19466

PITCHER, James of Grand Junction Lower North Road, died 20/7/ 1884. His whole estate equally absolutely to his children - Henry James Pitcher, Frederick William Pitcher and Ellen Eliza PLUMMER Memorial 97/361

PITCHER, James Archibald formerly builder Adelaide 1839 but now of Grand Junction near Adelaide 1869 Application 10231

PITCHER, John labourer North Adelaide 1843 Memorial 412/2

No 1

PITCHER, John Garlick farmer Uley, Gawler Hills Munno Para. Uley Particular Baptist Chapel trustee 1865 Memorial 81/206

No 2 - likely to be the same person

PITCHER, John Garlick bank manager Kapunda 1871[-1873] Memorial 108/256

PITCHER, John Garlick Manager of the English, Scottish and Australian Chartered Bank Kapunda 1871 Application 11290

PITCHER, John Garlick E, S & A Chartered Bank manager formerly of Kapunda but now of Clare 1877 Application 15702

PITCHER, JG bank manager Clare 1876[-1876] Memorial 116/289

PITCHER, John Garlick accountant Adelaide, power of attorney to Daniel GARLICK architect Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 4/2/1881 Deposit 58/1911

PITCHER, John Garlick bank inspector Adelaide 1886 Memorial 117/381

PITCHER, John Garlick bank manager Adelaide 1887 Application 21155

PITCHER, John Garlick bank inspector formerly of Adelaide but now of Perth WA 1888 Memorial 234/393

PITCHER, John Garlick formerly manager of the Town and Country Bank Ltd Adelaide but now bank manager Perth WA 1890 Memorial 153/417

PITCHERS, John Garlick formerly bank manager Town and Country Bank Ltd Adelaide but now bank manager Perth WA 1899 Memorial 120/439

No 1

PITCHER, Richard carter Islington 1851 Memorial 15/34

PITCHER, Richard yeoman Islington 1852 Memorial 356/42

PITCHER, Richard formerly carter Islington but now miner Strath Loddon near Castlemaine Vic 1861 Memorial 153/175

No 1

PITCHER, Sargent labourer Echunga 1857 Memorial 316/158

PITCHER, Sargent labourer Echunga 1880 Application 18227

PITCHERS, Henry linked with Section 134 Hundred of Booleroo Co Frome 1887[-1897] Memorial 32/383

PITHOUSE, Alfred Minister of the Gospel Strathalbyn 1862 Memorial 147/304

PITKIN, Ephraim farmer Bald Hills [near Yankalilla/Encounter Bay?] 1874 Memorial 192/273

PITKIN, JA bank clerk Burra 1950 Memorial 179/524

PITKIN, John William farmer Pinnaroo. Hundred of Pinnaroo land grant 1910 Grant Book 12 Page 46 County Chandos

PITKIN, William farmer Waitpinga 1867 Memorial 218/221

PITMAN, AH bank manager Penola 1943 Memorial 173/517

No 1

PITMAN, Alexander gardener Inglewood linked with Henry Pitman gardener formerly of Houghton but now of Waroona WA 1905 Memorial 65/454

PITMAN, Alexander gardener Inglewood 1906 Memorial 88/455

PITMAN, Alexander gardener Houghton 1908 Memorial 156/459

PITMAN, Alfred butcher Hope Valley 1907[-1917] Memorial 145/456

No 1

PITMAN, Alfred Frank bookkeeper Bassett Town near Gawler 1871 Memorial 45/255

PITMAN, Ann widow Criterion Hotel, Bassett Town near Gawler relict of the late Alfred Frank Pitman now deceased. There was no issue of this marriage 1874 Memorials 241 & 242/272

PITMAN, Ann widow Criterion Hotel, Bassett Town near Gawler 1874 Memorial 61/277

PITMAN, Ann widow Bassett Town near Gawler 1876 Application 15369

PITMAN, Alfred Samuel butcher Houghton 1926, declared that he had been born at Houghton on 4/12/1873 Application 27462

PITMAN, Arthur George market gardener Sturt Road, Sturt 1935 Application 27989

No 1

PITMAN, Benjamin labourer Adelaide 1845 Memorial 223/5

PITMAN, Benjamin Beer Town near Adelaide 1846 Memorial 261/7

PITMAN, Benjamin gardener Sturt River 1850 Memorial 419/28

PITMAN, Benjamin farmer The Sturt 1853[-1884] Memorial 191/48, Application 20123

PITMAN, Benjamin gardener The Sturt Co Adelaide. Booyoolie (later part of Gladstone Hundred of Booyoolie) township allotment land grant 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 316 County Victoria

PITMAN, Benjamin gardener The Sturt, died c1896. Father of Arthur George Pitman (youngest son) and William Pitman gardener The Sturt. B Pitman owned land in Section 120 Hundred of Noarlunga known as Beer Town Memorials 48/428, 116/428 & Application 27989

PITMAN, Benjamin gardener The Sturt, died 27/1/1896. Estate worth £290. Son William Pitman to inherit land in Fifth St, Gladstone. Youngest son, Arthur George Pitman, inherited the remainder of the estate, including land on Section 120 Hundred of Noarlunga, known as Beer Town. AG Pitman also the sole executor. Application 27980

No 1

PITMAN, Frederick Howard labourer Magill 1892 Memorial 128/417

PITMAN, Frederick Howard labourer Magill 1893. Linked with Elizabeth Jane Pitman widow Magill Application 22449

PITMAN, George Jos solicitor Adelaide 1851 Memorial 143/29

PITMAN, Hamilton machinist Colonel Light Gardens 1928 Memorial 25/499

No 1

PITMAN, Henry butcher Adelaide (Rundle St) and Caroline Pitman, his wife, formerly widow of Thomas GARGAN, who had died c1840. T Gargan had left her considerable property at the New Port, which she bequeathed to her friend, Dr Henry Augustus O’HEA. Mrs Pitman left to another friend, William Bowels of Payneham, land in Walkerville ‘as a reward for his kindness to me during my illness.’ Clothes and furniture to Sarah Bowels ‘my kind friend … the wife of the said William Bowels’ Application 1015 FIND - date

No 2

PITMAN, Henry labourer Magill linked with John Pitman farmer Houghton 1864 Memorial 114/198

PITMAN, Henry farmer Houghton 1876[-1889] Memorial 184/293, Application 20176

PITMAN, Henry farmer formerly of Houghton but now of Smiths Mill Eastern Railway WA 1897 Memorial 136/430

No 1

PITMAN, Jacob carpenter Adelaide 1839 He bought land in Pitman St, Payneham. Application 13603

PITMAN, Jacob builder Adelaide and Emma Pitman his wife 1842[-1853] Memorial 491/96 The Hope Valley land they sold to the Hill family became part of the Priorton Estate. See Application 8049.

PITMAN, Jacob formerly carpenter 1839 but now builder Adelaide 1845 Application 13603

No 1

PITMAN, John labourer Norwood 1853 Memorial 191/61

PITMAN, John labourer Kensington 1854 Memorial 461/63

PITMAN, John farmer Houghton 1858[-1859] linked with William Pitman labourer Norwood Memorial 80/132

PITMAN, John formerly labourer Norwood 1853 but now farmer Inglewood 1869 Application 10267

PITMAN, Joseph currier Booleroo Centre 1890 Memorial 98/405

PITMAN, Robert John fruiterer Kersbrook 1935 Application 27974

No 1

PITMAN, Thomas gold digger Norwood 1853[-1855] Memorial 170/56

PITMAN, Thomas builder Norwood 1860 Application 1151

PITMAN, Violet May married woman 24 Park Ave, Rosslyn Park 1953 Application 28977

No 1 - the Elder

PITMAN, William labourer Adelaide 1848 Memorial 82/11

No 2 - the Younger

PITMAN, William the Younger carpenter Norwood 1851 Memorial 101/37

PITMAN, William Junr labourer Norwood 1858 Memorial 80/37

PITMAN, William labourer Stonyfell 1867 Memorial 181/224

PITMAN, William winemaker Stonyfell 1872 Memorial 78/260

PITMAN, William formerly carpenter Norwood 1851 but now wine maker Stoneyfell 1874 Application 13829

PITMAN, William the Younger labourer Burnside Hundred of Pinda land grant 1882 Grant Book 24 Page 589 County Frome

No 3

PITMAN, William gardener Edwardstown 1904[-1907] Memorial 191/450, Application 25285

No 1

PITON, John George master mariner Robe 1860 Memorial 195/164

PITON, John George master mariner formerly of Pt Adelaide but now on the high seas 1860 Memorial 141/166

PITON, John George master mariner formerly of Pt Adelaide at present on the high seas 1860 now of parts beyond the seas but at present in Pt Adelaide 1877 Application 15834

PITSCHKE, Gottfried farmer Lyndoch Valley 1858[-1860] Memorial 126/137

PITT, Albert William George and HOUNSLOW, William Richard director and secretary respectively Pitt Ltd, Currie St, Adelaide 1921 Application 27012

PITT, Ann of Paradise 1891 Memorial 15/429

PITT, Arthur Ebenezer merchant Marden Marden 1902 Memorial 96/445

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

PITT, Charles gardener Marden 1853 Memorial 101/52

PITT, Charles farmer Maryville 1854 Memorial 206/75

PITT, Charles the Younger gardener Felixtow 1858 Memorial 141/142

PITT, Charles the Elder member East Torrens Equitable Building & Investment Society 1858 Application 22543

PITT, Charles the Elder gentleman Marden linked with Charles Pitt the Younger winegrower Adelaide (King William St) 1866 Memorials 158/214 & 157/215

PITT, Charles the Younger formerly farmer Fifth Creek near Adelaide 1855 became a bankrupt. Much of his real estate fell to his father Charles Pitt the Elder formerly gardener but now wine maker Marden 1867 Application 8771

PITT, Charles the Elder of Willow Bank, Marden, died c1868. His widow, Ann Pitt, died 20/5/1874, of morbis cordis, aged 70. Their daughter, Emily Pitt 25 spinster Willow Bank Marden, married Thomas JAMES 25 farmer Mt Craig, Onkaparinga (Father; James James) on 12/1/1870 Mrs Pitt’s home Willow Bank, Marden. Minister: Robert Smith Casely. Witnesses - Charles Pitt seedsman Adelaide, MA Pitt of Adelaide, EJ Pitt of Felixtowe,, John Pitt vinegrower Felixtowe Application 20591

PITT, Charles nurseryman Adelaide 1878 Memorial 165/307

PITT, Charles gardener Felixstowe Payneham 1902 Memorial 96/445
PITT, Charles gardener Payneham Rd, Payneham, died 2/9/1911, of some months' chronic nephritis, aged 80. Born Cambridgeshire. In SA 64 years Married age 20. One daughter. Application 26139

No 1

PITT, Charles Albert sheep farmer Myrtle Grove 1891[-1908] Memorial 38/409

PITT, Charles Albert sheep farmer Myrtle Grove Currency Creek 1897 Application 23309

PITT, Charles Albert farmer Currency Creek 1899[-1912] Memorial 159/437, Application 24310

PITT, Charles Albert farmer Currency Creek and Sarah Ann Pitt his wife 1908 Memorial 179/458

PITT, Charles Albert farmer Myrtle Grove near Currency Creek 1908 Application 25510

PITT, Sarah Ann widow Goolwa declared a mentally defective person in 1927. Linked with Mary Jane WOOLFITT married woman Strathalbyn Memorial 187/497

No 1

PITT, Ebenezer gardener Felixstow 1858 Memorial 141/142

PITT, Ebenezer gardener and Samuel Pitt winegrower Marden 1877 Memorial 41/300

PITT, Ebenezer gardener Payneham Hundred of Dalrymple land grant 1879[-1885] Grant Book 19 Page 140 County Fergusson

PITT, Ebenezer gardener Marden 1885 Application 20591

PITT, Ebenezer wine grower Payneham 1891. Magill Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee Application 22095

PITT, Ebenezer gardener Marden 1902 Memorial 96/445

No 1

PITT, Edward Fremantle gentleman North Adelaide 1853 Memorial 48/52

PITT, Edward Fremantle gentleman [formerly of] North Adelaide [but now of] Section 301 Survey B 1853 Memorial 258/53

No 1

PITT, Edwin Parry farmer Currency Creek 1890 Application 21942

PITT, Edwin Parry farmer Currency Creek 1894[-1897] Memorial 209/421

PITT, Frances home duties Goolwa 1948 Application 28576

PITT, Francis grazier Hundred of Mt Benson 1897 Memorial 111/430

PITT, Frank ER farmer Kingston S-E 1927 Memorial 83/515

PITT, Frederick Trevenen fruitgrower Payneham 1900 Application 24071

No 1

PITT, George farmer Currency Creek Hundred of Nangkita land grant 1864[- 1865] Grant Book 37 Page 61 County Hindmarsh

PITT, George farmer Currency Creek 1877 Application 15717

No 2

PITT, George cordial manufacturer Pt Augusta 1895[-1901 Memorial 231/423, Application 24176

PITT, GG gardener Balhannah 1931 Memorial 29/507

PITT, George Henry librarian 76 Grant Ave, Rose Park 1953 Memorial 67/528

No 1

PITT, Henry Charles of Stansbury Hundred of Dalrymple land grant 1882 Grant Book 19 Page 145 County Fergusson

PITT, Henry Charles farmer Stansbury trustee Institute Stansbury township allotment land grant 1910 Grant Book 19 Page 463 County Fergusson

No 1

PITT, Henry Ernest fruitgrower Payneham 1900 Application 24071

PITT, Henry Ernest gardener Kapoola Payneham 1902 Memorial 96/445
No 1

PITT, John storekeeper North Adelaide 1854 Memorial 213/75

PITT, John tailor Adelaide 1854 Memorial 332/69

PITT, John tailor Gumeracha 1858[-1864] Memorial 172/139

No 2

PITT, John gardener Marden near Adelaide 1854 Memorial 454/78

PITT, John gardener Adelaide 1865 Memorial 112/202

PITT, John and Samuel winegrowers Eureka near Payneham 1867 Memorial 54/225

PITT, John fruitgrower Eureka Gardens Payneham, died 12/8/1893 1909 Memorial 173/461

PITT, Eliza widow of the late John Pitt fruitgrower Briar Rd, Payneham, died 12/6/1909, of 4 months' hepatic carcinoma, aged 71. She was born in Breage, Helston, Cornwall, England. In SA 58 years Application 25707

PITT, Kenneth Edward grazier Terka Red Creek near Woodchester 1957 Application 29266

PITT, Oscar Wyndham butcher Mallala 1937 Memorial 127/511

No 1 – perhaps the same person

PITT, Samuel farmer Stansbury trustee Cemetery Stansbury Hundred of Dalrymple land grant 1878 Grant Book 19 Page 138 County Fergusson

PITT, Samuel market gardener Paradise. Campbelltown Wesleyan Methodist Church trustee 1893 Memorial 102/417

No 1

PITT, Thomas labourer Walkerville 1856 Hundred of Alexandrina land grant Memorial 25/104

PITT, Thomas farmer Currency Creek 1879 Memorial 27/314

PITT, Thomas farmer Currency Creek, died 26/8/1902. Executors; Henry CORNELIUS farmer Currency Creek and Joseph Pitt farmer near Currency Creek Memorial 97/447

PITT, Thomas farmer Currency Creek, died 26/8/1902. His widow, Harriet Pitt, died 1/4/1904. Parents of John and Joseph Pitt farmers Currency Creek 1916 Memorial 171/473

PITT, William tailor Gumeracha 1855 Memorial 138/92

No 1

PITTARD, Edwin John draper Norwood 1876[-1879] Memorial 203/318

PITTARD, Edwin John draper [formerly of Norwood but now of] Adelaide 1878[-1880] Memorial 184/322

No 1

PITTAWAY, George Francis farmer Balaklava 1880[-1882] Memorial 96/321

PITTAWAY, George Francis farmer Hundred of Hall 1891 Memorial 205/409

No 1

PITTAWAY, Stephen Kellia tenant farmer Glenelg 1847 Memorial 354/48

PITTAWAY, Stephen Kellia farmer Glenelg 1848 Memorial 140/12

PITTAWAY, Stephen farmer Hoyle Plains 1870 Application 10779

PITTAWAY, Stephen farmer near Houghton Co Adelaide. Halbury (Hundred of Hall) township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 56 Page 385 County Stanley

PITTITT, John licensed victualler Marryatville Hotel Marryatville 1861 Memorial 62/179

No 1

PITTMAN, John farmer Gawler 1857 Memorial 256/119

PITTMAN, John farmer Hundred of Mudla Wirra 1858 Memorial 84/147

No 1

PITTS, Edward William Esquire Adelaide 1857 Memorial 48/127

PITTS, Edward William Esquire Norwood Chief Clerk in the SA Lands Office 1858 Memorial 48/146

PITTS, Edward William Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now of Melbourne Vic 1861 Memorial 181/173

PITTS, Edward William gentleman Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of Angas land grant 1867 Grant Book 58 Page 176 County Sturt

PITTS, Edward William Esquire Buckland Park near Pt Gawler 1873 Application 12832

PITTS, Edward William gentleman Buckland Park near Virginia Co Adelaide. Hundred of Bundaleer land grant 1873 Grant Book 60 Page 70 County Victoria

PITTS, Edward William gentleman The Levels, Dry Creek 1876 Application 15406

PITTS, Edward William Esquire The Levels Dry Creek 1876[-1884] Memorial 243/292

PITTS, Edward William Esquire The Levels, Dry Creek, about to depart the province for a time, power of attorney to John Warren BAKEWELL and William SYMON Esquire Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 29/4/1880 Deposit 107/1880

PITTS, Edward William gentleman Adelaide 1882 Application 19482

PITTS, Edward William Esquire The Levels Dry Creek, died 30/12/1885 Memorial 100/376

PITTS, Edward William The Levels, Dry Creek, died 30/12/1885 at Glenelg. His estate worth £30,000 Memorial 198/380

PITTS, Edward William no description died 30/12/1885. Executor; Josiah Henry SYMON Esquire Adelaide Memorial 54/414

PITTS, William gentleman Ridgway Plympton St Mary, died 19/6/1875, of pneumonia, aged 79. Father of Elizabeth PEARSE. W Pitts, then of Plymouth, took out a land grant with Thomas Pitts of Section 283 Survey C in South Australia during 1840. Thomas Pitts malster Hoe Place House, Plymouth, settled this land in trust upon Mary Pitts who married Edward LOUD the Elder gentleman Plymouth in 1839. Alexander BIRRELL appointed trustee of the marriage settlement, who remained the family's trustee when he emigrated to SA and eventually lived in Stepney St, St Peters. The Louds emigrated to SA as well. Edward Loud farmer then of the Destitute Asylum, died 24/6/1887, of senile decay, aged 77. His widow, Mary Loud of Willunga (also of Carrington St, Adelaide), died 30/7/1905 Halifax St, Adelaide, of morbus cordis and pyelitis, aged 85. The 5 children of the marriage included: Edward Loud the Younger, William Pitts Loud chainman Carrington St Adelaide, John Keenor Loud grocer's assistant Carrington St Adelaide, Alfred Thomas Loud chainman Carrington St, Adelaide and Elizabeth Keenor HILL nee Loud (wife of Richard Hill storekeeper Ovingham). Edward Loud the Younger farmer Mallala died 16/3/1904. Mary ALDAM of Willunga was probably a HILL and therefore had a share in this estate Application 28072

No 1

PIX, John yeoman Norwood 1856 Memorial 322/107

PIX, John formerly yeoman 1856 but now carter Norwood 1864. He could not write Application 5558

No 1

PIZEY, Septimus Verinder agent Adelaide 1872[-1876] Memorial 230/257

PIZEY, Septimus V secretary to the SA Prince Albert Sliver Mining Co Ltd 1888 Memorial 119/391

PLACE, Henry E clerk to R HAWKES of Adelaide (King William St) 1869 Memorial 148/242

No 1

PLACE, John labourer Bowden 1855 Memorial 444/90

PLACE, John farmer near Auburn 1860 Application 1179

PLACE, John farmer Upper Wakefield 1865 Memorial 274/208

PLACE, John the Elder farmer Upper Wakefield, died by 1866. Linked with John Place the Younger blacksmith Murat Bay 1903 Memorial 23/450

PLACE, John farmer Upper Wakefield died c1866. Household effects to his wife, Jane, absolutely. The rest of the estate to go into trust for sale - trustees William SMYTH farmer Upper Wakefield and William WILES storekeeper Auburn. Half the proceeds to be divided equally amongst the three daughters of his first marriage - Harriet wife of George COOPER Riverton, Elizabeth Place and Fanny Place. The other half to be invested to provide an income for life for his wife, Jane Place, then equally between his son, George Place and daughter Mary Jane Place Enrolment 14/47

No 1

PLACE, Richard provision merchant Pt Adelaide 1872 Memorial 136/261

PLACE, Richard formerly provision merchant 1872 but now butcher Pt Adelaide 1873 Application 13027

PLACE, William farmer Auburn 1863 Memorial 348/190

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

PLAISTED, John Esquire Adelaide 1850. He bought 8 land grant sections in the Hundred of Willunga Memorial 465/23

PLAISTED, John the Elder Esquire Morphett Vale 1850[-1855] Memorial 247/48

PLAISTED, John the Elder storekeeper and John Plaisted the Younger gentleman Morphett Vale 1850 Memorial 484/24

PLAISTED, John Esquire Hornsey McLaren Vale and Anne Plaisted his wife 1851 Memorial 96/38 Farmer Hornsey Farm Long Gully McLaren Vale 1853 Memorial 402/55

PLAISTED, John merchant Morphett Vale 1853 Memorial 22/60

PLAISTED, John the Younger gentleman Adelaide 1853 Memorial 247/60

PLAISTED, John farmer Hornsey Farm, Long Gully, McLaren Vale 1853 Application 1462

PLAISTED, John Esquire Noarlunga 1855 Memorial 365/83

PLAISTED, John Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now of Melbourne Vic 1857 Memorial 324/131

PLAISTED, John the Younger as heir at law and PLAISTED, Thomas both of Melbourne Vic, executors under the will of John Plaisted the Elder farmer Hornsey Farm Long Gully McLaren Vale deceased 1860 Application 1462

PLAISTED, John the Younger timber merchant Melbourne Vic owned land in Gawler 1866 Memorial 54/209

No 1

PLAISTED, Morris shipwright Pt Adelaide 1855[-1862] Memorial 150/85

PLAISTED, Morris blockmaker Pt Adelaide 1856[-1857] Memorial 181/99

PLAISTED, Morris mast and block maker Pt Adelaide 1858[-1859] Memorial 179/134

PLAISTED, Morris ship carpenter Pt Adelaide 1865 Memorial 341/201

PLANE, Frederick labourer Echunga 1842 Application 23914

PLANE, Gilbert James farmer Echunga 1945, declared that he had lived in Echunga for over 48 years Application 28448

PLANE, Jack Alfred linesman Echunga, aged 36 in 1949, declared that he was a son of Frederick Alfred Plane labourer Echunga, who died 11/9/1946. Thomas Frederick William Plane labourer Cathendish Ave, Devon Park, likely to be another son of FA Plane Application 28650

No 1

PLANE, Thomas miner Echunga 1885 Memorial 204/366

PLANE, Thomas farmer Echunga 1891. He rented Section 3873 Hundred of Kuipto, in the Echunga Estate, from Miss Marianne Hagen Application 21987

PLANT, Rex Marshman engineer Clare and Hilda Madge Plant his wife 1957[-1958] Memorial 37/532, Application 29305

PLANT, Ronald John engineer Clare 1958 Application 29305

No 1

PLANT, William labourer Nuriootpa 1853[-1855] Memorial 379/50

PLANT, William miller Nuriootpa 1854 Memorial 316/69

PLANT, William storeman Nuriootpa 1860 Memorial 249/161

PLANT, William labourer Nuriootpa 1865[-1877] Memorial 250/243

PLANT, William formerly labourer 1855 but now storeman Nuriootpa 1866 Application 8043

No 1

PLATE, Albert John farmer Mt Gambier 1881 Memorial 101/345

PLATE, Albert John, Henry Martin Plate, George Henry Plate, and Sophia Plate all farmers and graziers Mt Gambier 1883 Memorial 86/354

PLATE, Albert John of Kongorong Hundred of Kongorong land grant 1884 Grant Book 31 Page 34 County Grey

PLATE, Albert John auctioneer Mt Gambier 1896 Memorial 222/429

PLATE, Matilda formerly widow of Charles PRIOR publican Mt Gambier (who died 24/10/1891), but now wife of Albert John Plate auctioneer and commission agent Mt Gambier. Marriage solemnised 7/6/1892. Family from the Prior marriage included Charles Walter Prior formerly of Mt Gambier but now of Melbourne Vic (born 20/5/1867), Herbert William Prior of Johannesburg, South Africa, presently in Mt Gambier SA, Phillip James Prior publican Mt Gambier, and Matilda Prior spinster Mt Gambier Applications 22334 & 22335

PLATE, George Henry farmer Mt Gambier 1881 Memorial 100/345

PLATE, Henry Martin farmer Mt Gambier 1882 Memorial 103/345

PLATE, John farmer Gilles Plains 1853[-1854] Memorial 78/59

No 1

PLATE, Johann Heinrich Wilhelm farmer Gilles Plains 1854 Memorial 213/64

PLATE, Johann Heinrich Wilhelm farmer Black Forest 1862 Memorial 5/182

No 2

PLATE, Johann farmer near Mt Gambier 1863 Memorial 18/191

PLATE, Johann farmer OB Flat near Mt Gambier 1869 Memorial 168/246

PLATE, Sophia widow Mt Gambier 1881 Memorial 99/345

PLATT, John moulder Bowden 1855 Memorial 143/83

No 1

PLATT, Mr turncock Adelaide (Waymouth St) 1864 Application 5092

PLATT, John William turncock in the Government Service Adelaide (Roper St), died c1866. He left his estate in trust to his wife, Mary Ann Platt, for life, and then to his children, Rachel Platt, Joseph Platt, Rebecca Platt and John Platt, in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant Memorial 135/213

PLATT, John William moulder and ironworker Adelaide, died 23/3/1866, of consumption, aged 37. By 1898, his widow, Mary Ann Platt, lived at Bowden. Family as of 1898 - Rachel GREEN wife of William Green, Joseph Platt, Rebecca Green, wife of Samuel Green, and John Platt Application 23662

PLATT, William labourer Nuriootpa 1855 Memorial 242/83

No 1

PLATTEN, James farmer formerly of Clare 1856 but now of near Auburn 1863 Application 4738

PLATTEN, James farmer Auburn 1866 Memorial 66/211

PLATTEN, Samuel storekeeper Hamilton on the Light 1862 Memorial 286/183

No 1

PLATTS, Charles George Eastland stationer Adelaide 1845 Memorial 122/5

PLATTS, Charles George Eastland bookseller Adelaide 1857 Memorial 149/128

PLATTS, Marie Lettelier of Anniescot near Adelaide, executrix and beneficiary under the will of the late Charles George Eastland Platts formerly of Anniescot, near Adelaide who died 14/11/ 1871 Memorial 218/256

PLATTS, Marie Lettelier widow Anniscol near Adelaide relict of the late Charles George Eastland Platts formerly merchant Adelaide now deceased 1875 Memorial 65/281

PLATTS, John William moulder Adelaide 1852 Memorial 59/42

PLAYER, C and Nicholas farmers Warooka 1887 Memorial 198/382

PLAYER, Frederick Henry farmer Hamilton 1939 Application 29151

PLAYER, Frederick Joseph formerly licensed victualler but then farmer Hamilton on the Light, died 17/7/1905 intestate. Husband of Martha Player. Father of Frederick Henry Player boundary rider Hamilton Memorial 35/454

PLAYER, Joseph Frederick licensed victualler Hamilton on the Light 1875 Memorial 153/282

No 1

PLAYER, Nicholas labourer Adelaide, then farmer Section 44 St Marys 1842 Application 23910

PLAYER, Nicholas farmer Section 44 St Marys 1842 Memorial 324/26

PLAYER, Nicholas builder Adelaide 1846 Memorial 44/7

PLAYER, Nicholas innkeeper Angaston 1849 Memorial 489/35

PLAYER, Nicholas gentleman Angaston 1857 Memorial 165/369

PLAYER, Nicholas gentleman Moorooroo House near Angaston 1860 Application 1036

PLAYER, Nicholas Esquire Moorooroo House near Angaston 1865 Application 6188

No 1

PLAYER, Richard farmer Angaston. Angaston Institute trustee 1908 Application 25448

PLAYER, Richard orchardist Angaston 1909 Memorial 65/462

No 1

PLAYER, William James licensed victualler Exmouth Hotel, Belividere Road, Saddleworth 1885 Purchase of the remainder of the lease from J COCK for £500 Memorial 224/365

PLAYER, William James licensed victualler Pt Pirie 1898 Memorial 115/436

No 1

PLAYFAIR, John blacksmith Glanville 1883[-1892] Memorial 11/354

PLAYFAIR, John blacksmith Pt Adelaide 1897 Application 23329

No 1

PLAYFAIR, Robert ship builder Pt Adelaide 1853 Memorial 125/59

PLAYFAIR, Jane Hay widow Birkenhead 1887 widow of Robert Playfair ship builder Birkenhead Application 21239

PLAYFAIR, William sailmaker Birkenhead 1912 Application 26079

PLAYFAIR, William ship chandler Pt Adelaide 1914[-1915] Memorial 8/472, Application 26416

No 1

PLAYFORD, Edward gentleman Mitcham 1873 Memorial 234/269

PLAYFORD, Edward gentleman Mitcham 1875 Application 14041

PLAYFORD, Elliott Frank retired civil servant Ferris Ave, Somerton, aged 78 in 1954 Application 29067

PLAYFORD, Gwen home duties Norwood 1914 Application 28937

PLAYFORD, Leonard civil servant The Gables Mitcham, executor for the will of the late Edward Playford formerly gentleman Mitcham now deceased 1900 Memorial 40/442

PLAYFORD, John Tomlinson gardener Drysdale Norton Summit linked with MN Playford solicitor Adelaide 1938 Memorial 161/512

PLAYFORD, MN of Scottish House, Waymouth St, Adelaide 1940 Application 28258

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

PLAYFORD, Thomas horticulturalist Drysdale Fourth Creek 1874[-1876] Memorial 58/280, Application 14925

PLAYFORD, Thomas gentleman Drysdale Norton Summit 1878 Memorial 85/311

PLAYFORD, Thomas the Hon gentleman Drysdale Norton Summit 1882 Memorial 231/346

PLAYFORD, Thomas gentleman formerly of Drysdale near Norton Summit but now in parts beyond the seas 1897 Memorial 50/433

PLAYFORD, Thomas the Younger gardener Norton Summit 1908 Memorial 49/473

PLAYFORD, Thomas the Elder retired horticulturalist Kent Town, died c1915 Memorial 24/493

No 1

PLAYNE, James farmer Hundred of Waterloo 1878 Memorial 140/309

PLAYNE, James farmer [formerly of the Hundred of Waterloo but now of the] Hundred of English 1881[-1882] Memorial

33/329

PLAYNE, James farmer formerly of the Hundred of English 1883 Memorial 138/348

PLAYSTED, Thomas butcher Glenelg 1932 Application 27878

No 1

PLAYSTED, William mason Glenelg 1868[-1877] Memorial 34/235

PLAYSTED, William mason Glenelg 1867 Application 8411

PLAYSTED, William miner Hindmarsh St, Glenelg, died 17/3/1896 Geralton WA intestate. Letters of administration to his widow Ellen Playsted. Estate worth £550. Four children in the family - Thomas Playsted butcher Glenelg, Mary CLYDE former Playsted; Fann GANNONI formerly Playsted, Winnie MINIHAN formerly Playsted 1904. William Playsted was the son of Matilda WELCH wife of Thomas Welch bricklayer Glenelg. His step-father, Thomas Welch, died c1854, and left his estate to his stepson after his wife, Matilda Welch, died Application 24724

PLEDGE, Arthur John store assistant Mt Bryan. Mt Bryan East (later Mt Bryan Hundred of Kingston) township allotment land grant 1912 Grant Book 9 Page 210 County Burra

PLEDGE, Frank Harold blacksmith Kooringa 1911[-1928] Memorial 250/464, Application 27647

PLEDGE, Kenneth George farmer Echunga and Gwendoline Pearl Pledge his wife 1941[-1953] Memorial 150/515

PLEITNER, Hermann Heinrich hostler Adelaide 1850 Memorial 340/24

PLEITNER, William mining manager Adelaide 1888 Memorial 228/389

PLENTY, Charles blacksmith Bowden 1867 Application 8419

No 1

PLESTER, Thomas of Echunga 1851 Memorial 367/38

PLESTER, Thomas labourer Echunga 1860 Memorial 233/169

PLEW, David of Upper Wakefield Hundred of Booleroo land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 622 County Frome

No 1 – the Elder

PLEW, John labourer The Wakefield 1849 Memorial 180/110

PLEW, John farmer The Wakefield 1852 Memorial 179/110

PLEW, John farmer Upper Wakefield Hundred of Alma land grant 1857 Grant Book 26 Page 71 County Gawler

PLEW, John farmer Lower Wakefield 1859[-1860] Memorial 122/157

PLEW, John farmer Wadnama near Auburn Hundred of Upper Wakefield land grant 1861 Grant Book 56 Page 113 County Stanley

PLEW, John farmer Lower Wakefield Co Stanley. Hundred of Alma land grant 1862 Grant Book 26 Page 1 County Gawler

PLEW, John the Elder farmer Upper Wakefield, died 1863. Wife - Mary Plew of Undalya. Children included John Plew the Younger farmer Undalya, Richard Charles Plew farmer Undalya, William James Plew farmer Eurilpa, David Plew labourer Pt Germein and Thomas Plew labourer Booleroo Memorials 197-199/353

PLEW, John farmer Undalya died c1861. He left his widow, Mary Plew, and five sons - John Plew, Richard Plew, William James Plew, David Plew and Thomas Plew. By 1887, Richard Charles Plew had become a farmer in the West Wimmera Vic. The other sons appeared to be still at Undalya Application 21241

PLEW, Mary widow Undalya 1864 Application 5702

No 2 – the Younger

PLEW, John farmer Undalya 1886 Memorial 192/380

PLEW, John and Richard Charles farmer Undalya Co Stanley 1887 Memorial 98/383

PLEW, John farmer Undalya linked with Richard Charles Plew farmer formerly of Undalya but now of the West Wimmera Vic 1887 Memorial 194/385

No 1 – perhaps the same person

PLEW, Thomas farmer Lower Wakefield Hundred of Cameron land grant 1877 Grant Book 14 Page 438 County Daly

PLEW, Thomas farmer Salt Lake The Hummocks Hundred of Cameron land grant 1878 Grant Book 14 Page 438 County Daly

PLEW, Thomas teamster Booleroo, became a bankrupt in 1881 Memorial 196/353

No 1

PLEW, William James farmer Hundred of Eurilpa 1887 Memorial 149/384

PLEW, William James farmer Uroonda trustee unnamed School Hundred of Eurilpa Hundred of Eurilpa land grant 1888 Grant Book 28 Page 60 County Granville

No 1

PLEYDELL, Thomas George gentleman Auburn 1866 Memorial 60/211

PLEYDELL, Thomas George bank manager Auburn 1867 Memorial 178/224

PLEYDELL, Thomas George gentleman Glenelg, about to depart from the colony for some considerable period, power of attorney to John Gollan ADDISON and Luther SCAMMELL gentlemen Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 1/6/1881 Deposit 98/1881

PLEYDELL, Thomas George Esquire Royal Societies Club St James St, London, Middlesex, England, died 8/1/1922 Victoria Hotel, London Road, Tunbridge Wells, Kent. Related to Ernest Pleydell of the School House, Nelson St, Tidal Basin, London, Middlesex Memorial 82/487

No 1

PLOCK, Gottlieb Christian Friedrich barman Greenock 1858[-1859] Memorial 22/144

PLOCK, Friedrich yeoman Greenock Creek 1859[-1860] Memorial 240/152
No 1

PLOENGES/PLONGES/PLÖNGES, Wilhelm Friedrich farmer Mt Gambier Hundred of Caroline land grant 1866 Grant Book 31 Page 15 County Grey

PLOENGES/PLONGES/PLÖNGES, Friedrich farmer near Mt Gambier 1878 Memorial 164/309

No 1

PLOENGES, Henry Charles blacksmith Adelaide and Mary Ploenges hotelkeeper Adelaide his wife 1908 Memorial 69/460

PLOENGES, Mary hotelkeeper Adelaide, formerly Mary SMITH widow but now wife of Henry Charles Ploenges 1903 Memorial 62/448

PLOTZER, Johann Heinrich Adolph Nottinghamshire Arms Rundle St

1863 Memorial 269/187

PLOWES, WJ merchant's clerk Adelaide 1883 Memorial 49/352

No 1

PLOWMAN, Arthur Albert mason Littlehampton and Mary Ann Plowman his wife 1895 Memorial 24/425

PLOWMAN, Arthur Albert mason Littlehampton and Mary Ann Plowman his wife 1922 Application 27110

No 1

PLUCKROSE, Edward Albert 25 bachelor clerk Clare (Father: George Pluckrose) married Mary JOHNSTON 21 spinster Stanley Flat (Father: James JOHNSTON) on 17/7/1872 St Michael Bungaree. Witnesses: James SCOTT mason Clare; Arthur JOHNSTON farmer Stanley Flat 1882 Application 18974

PLUCKROSE, Edward Albert hotelkeeper Laura Hundred of Appila land grant 1874 Grant Book 24 Page 489 County Frome

PLUCKROSE, Edward Albert machinist Yarrowie. Mary Pluckrose mentioned but not described 1879 Memorial 25/315

PLUECKHAHN/PLUCKHAHN/PLÜCKHAHN, Friedrich farmer Naracoorte Hundred of Jessie land grant 1875 Grant Book 50 Page 269 County Robe

PLUECKHAHN/PLUCKHAHN/PLÜCKHAHN, Friedrich Christian farmer Steelton on the Dirty Light 1907 Memorial 38/458

No 1

PLUECKHAHN/PLUCKHAHN/PLÜCKHAHN, Johann Esquire farmer Gumeracha 1856 Memorial 341/100

PLUECKHAHN/PLUCKHAHN/PLÜCKHAHN, Johann Joachim Caspar farmer Mt Torrens 1855 Memorial 132/98

PLUECKHAHN/PLUCKHAHN/PLÜCKHAHN, Johann Joachim Caspar farmer Saddleworth Hundred of Saddleworth land grant 1859 Grant Book 44 Page 318 County Light

PLUMMER, Archibald labourer Woodside linked with William Henry Victor Plummer labourer Oakbank 1921 Memorial 24/484

No 1

PLUMMER, Benjamin farmer Currency Creek 1882 Application 19062

PLUMMER, Benjamin farmer Currency Creek, died 19/4/1884. Husband of Eliza Plummer of Currency Creek and father of Robert Plummer butcher Goolwa (one of the children) Memorial 82/412

PLUMMER, Eliza widow Currency Creek 1888 Application 21431

PLUMMER, Eliza widow Hindmarsh Island and Currency Creek, died 11/11/1889 Hindmarsh Island. Mother of Harriet Plummer, Eliza TRAYNE, Emma Jane Plummer, Robert Plummer, Benjamin Plummer, and Andrew Plummer. Also Mary Ann GRANT [probably formerly WESTWOOD nee Plummer). Grandmother of Ethel Elizabeth Westwood and Thomas John Westwood Memorial 83/412

PLUMMER, Eliza widow Currency Creek (died by 1893) mother of Robert, Andrew and Benjamin Plummer farmers Currency Creek and Harriet CARRINGTON wife of Thomas Carrington licensed victualler Adelaide (Rundle St) Memorial 50/417

PLUMMER, Harriet spinster, PLUMMER, Robert farmer and PLUMMER, Benjamin farmer all of Currency Creek, beneficiaries under the will of Eliza Plummer widow late of Hindmarsh Island and Currency Creek 1892 Application 22202

No 1

PLUMMER, Charles labourer Woodside 1884 Application 20260

PLUMMER, Charles farmer Woodside 1887[-1897] Memorial 236/382

PLUMMER, Edward labourer Woodside and Emma Plummer his wife 1856 Memorial 104/111

No 1

PLUMMER, Henry labourer Woodside 1914 Memorial 2/471

PLUMMER, Henry labourer Woodside, died 21/4/1921 intestate and a widower. Estate worth £470. His children included - William Henry Victor Plummer labourer Oakbank; Annie SING; Emma JONES; Alice RICHARDS; Mary MCNALLY; Eileen Jubilee USHER; Isabella CURTICE; Olive May LAUGHT; Grace KING (of Kimberley South Africa) and Archibald Plummer labourer Woodside 1923 Application 27220

PLUMMER, Henry labourer Woodside, died 21/1/1921. Father of William Henry Victor Plummer labourer Oakbank. Estate worth £470 Memorial 3/483

No 1

PLUMMER, Robert farmer Currency Creek 1908 Memorial 50/460

PLUMMER, Robert farmer Currency Creek 1914 Application 26401

PLUMMER, Robert formerly farmer Currency Creek but now out of business Seaview Rd, Victor Harbor 1931 Application 27853

PLUMMER, Robert formerly of Victor Harbor but then out of business Mallala, died 17/4/1940 Prospect. Executors; John Joseph HOWARD farmer Mallala and William Frank ADAMS estate agent Strathalbyn Memorial 139/514

PLUMMER, Thomas farmer Dry Creek 1855 Memorial 139/91

PLUMMER, Thomas Howell licensed victualler Angaston 1879 Memorial 57/318

PLUMMER, Thomas James Commonwealth Government mechanic Virginia, aged 32 in 1951, declared that he had lived in the area for his whole life Application 28822

PLUMMER, WGF bookseller and stationer Morgan 1915 Memorial 139/474

No 1

PLUMSTEAD, Henry of Brompton 1850 Memorial 114/26

PLUMSTEAD, Henry of North Adelaide 1854 Memorial 160/79

PLUMSTEAD, Henry of Geelong Vic 1855 Memorial 485/80

No 1

PLUMMER, Walter Brown labourer Virginia 1945 Application 28399

PLUMMER, Walter Brown pensioner Virginia, aged 76 in 1948, declared that he had lived in the area for the last 60 years Application 28585

PLUMSTEAD, Henry gentleman North Adelaide 1838. By 1853, he had moved to Geelong Vic. Did he live on the land he bought at Bowden in 1838? 1889 Application 21593

PLUNKETT, Ann widow Adelaide relict of the late Thomas Plunkett formerly farmer Adelaide now deceased 1859 Memorial 152/156

PLUNKETT, D trustee of the Sons of Temperance Benefit Society of Mt Gambier 1888 Memorial 105/392

PLUNKETT, David police constable Adelaide 1856 Memorial 169/106

PLUNKETT, George schoolmaster Penola 1864 Memorial 307/199

PLUNKETT, Isaac police constable Adelaide 1858 Memorial 96/180

PLUNKETT, James farmer Dry Creek 1854 Memorial 79/73

PLUNKETT, James farmer Macaw Creek linked with Thomas Plunkett farmer Dry Creek 1859 Memorial 117/156

PLUNKETT, James farmer Macaw Creek near Riverton 1861 Memorial 115/171

PLUNKETT, James farmer the Light 1861 Memorial 216/171

No 1

PLUNKETT, John corporal in the metropolitan police Adelaide 1853 Memorial 250/52

PLUNKETT, John formerly corporal in the metropolitan police but now licensed victualler Adelaide 1858 Memorial 96/180

No 1

PLUNKETT, John Ambrose deputy registrar of Births, Deaths & Marriages for SA 1903 Memorial 226/447

PLUNKETT, John Ambrose civil servant Adelaide and Emma Plunkett his wife 1891 Application 22147

PLUNKETT, John Ambrose retired civil servant Gurney Rd, Dulwich 1911 Application 25907

PLUNKETT, Luke farmer Pinda 1886 Memorial 108/380

No 1

PLUNKETT, Thomas farmer Adelaide 1847 Memorial 336/10

PLUNKETT, Thomas farmer [formerly of Adelaide but now of] Dry Creek 1847[-1860] Memorial 337/10

PLUNKETT, Thomas farmer Section 3024 Hundred of Yatala Dry Creek died 13/12/1850, leaving his wife, Ann Plunkett, a life interest in trust in the land until her death or remarriage. She leased the property to tenants and retired to live in Margaret St, North Adelaide. The 4 daughters who would inherit the property absolutely in remainder expectant when their mother died, were in 1870: Ellen wife of James ALEXNDER of Alma, born 4/2/1843; Bridget Plunkett spinster North Adelaide, born 15/11/1844; Susan wife of Michael COFFEY North Adelaide, born 17/3/1846; Rose Plunkett spinster North Adelaide, born 21/5/1848. Thomas Plunkett had bought the farm as a land grant in 1847 - 75 acres for £77/8/-. Application 10980

PLUSH, Harry farmer near Kapunda, son of Thomas Hall Plush painter Angaston and Caroline Plush his wife 1889 Application 21720

No 1

PLUSH, John Saddington yeoman Tarrawatta 1848 Memorial 431/12

PLUSH, John Saddington poundkeeper Angas Park 1850[-1867] Memorial 33/21

PLUSH, John Saddington wine maker Angas Park 1866 Memorial 12/218

PLUSH, Emma widow and PLUSH, Seward farmer near Nuriootpa, executrix and executor in the estate of John Saddington Plush farmer near Nuriootpa 1893 Application 22492

PLUSH, Richard Sayer Saddington orchardist Angaston 1911 Application 26005

No 1

PLUSH, Thomas Hall painter Adelaide 1843[-1845] Memorial 50/65

PLUSH, Thomas Hall painter Angaston 1857 Memorial 122/116

PLUSH, Thomas Hall painter formerly of Adelaide but now of Greenock Creek 1857 Memorial 95/131

No 1

PLUSH, William carpenter Adelaide (Morphett St) 1847 Memorial 193/9

No 2

PLUSH, William farmer Willunga 1851 Memorial 419/30

No 3

PLUSH, William farmer Greenock Creek 1856 Memorial 456/98

No 1

POBKE, August farmer Palmer 1873 Memorial 2/267

POBKE, August farmer Palmer Hundred of Ridley land grant 1882 Grant Book 58 Page 153 County Sturt

No 2

POBKE, August of Coomooroo 1887 Memorial 15/385

POBKE, Friedrich farmer Mannum 1885[-1890] Memorial 52/369

POBKE, Johann Carl farmer near Palmer Hundred of Finniss land grant 1878[-1898] Grant Book 58 Page 36 County Sturt

No 1

POCOCK, Alexander Cecil farmer Morphett Vale 1891 Memorial 116/407

POCOCK, Alexander Cecil farmer Reynella 1896 Memorial 10/427

POCOCK, Alexander Cecil grazier Reynella 1902[-1939] Memorial 147/447

No 1

POCOCK, Edward labourer Meadows 1858 Memorial 158/134

POCOCK, Edward formerly labourer Meadows 1857 now licensed victualler Smithfield 1870 Application 10875

POCOCK, Edward publican Smithfield 1874 Memorial 54/275

POCOCK, Edward innkeeper took a 6-year lease at £156 a year of the The Smithfield Hotel Smithfield from John Smith gentleman near Smithfield. Pocock had to insure the stable for at least £100 1875 Memorial 185/281

POCOCK, Frederick farmer Pt Noarlunga 1906, declared that he had lived at Pt Noarlunga for more than 50 years Application 25206

POCOCK, Frederick C farmer Morphett Vale 1880 Memorial 3/334

POCOCK, Gertrude Helena spinster Reynella 1950. Born on 22/7/1888, she declared that she had lived in the area for a lifetime Application 28778

POCOCK, Hannah spinster Adelaide 1842 Application 19980

No 1

POCOCK, John farmer formerly of Adelaide but now of Morphett Vale 1850[-1853] Memorial 127/21

POCOCK, John farmer Morphett Vale 1853[-1868] Memorial 411/48

POCOCK, John farmer Morphett Vale, died c1870. He left £200 to his beloved son, Frederick Charles Pocock, and the rest of the estate in trust to his wife, Eliza Pocock, during her widowhood. All the estate to be sold once his wife had died or remarried and the youngest child had turned 14. All of the 7 children to share equally in the proceeds absolutely Memorial 70/249

POCOCK, John died 1870. He left his estate to his wife, Eliza, during her lifetime, then to be sold provided all his children have turned 14, and the proceeds distributed equally to them. Frederick Charles Pocock farmer Morphett Vale 1904, the only executor of the will Application 24717

POCOCK, Eliza widow Morphett Vale 1885 Memorial 89/366

POCOCK, Mrs E widow Morphett Vale 1886 Application 21004

No 1

POCOCK, Richard blacksmith Kensington 1851[-1856] Memorial 479/36

No 2

POCOCK, Richard carpenter North Tce, Whiteville, Pt Adelaide 1925 Application 27375

POCOCK, Roy Cecil farmer Lameroo 1925 Memorial 2/494

PODOROSHKO, Wasyl labourer 70 Junction Rd, Rosewater 1950 Application 28757

No 1

POEPPEL/POPPEL/PÖPPEL, Friedrich gentleman Adelaide 1849 Memorial 261/14

POEPPEL/POPPEL/PÖPPEL, Friedrich gentleman Buchsfelde 1850 Memorial 174/28

POEPPEL/POPPEL/PÖPPEL, Friedrich gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now of Gawler River 1854 Memorial 164/62

POETKE/POTKE/PÖTKE, August cabinetmaker Clare 1870 Application 11083

POERTZEL/PORTZEL/PÖRTZEL, Adolph Theodor farmer Dry Creek 1853 Memorial 141/82

No 1

POHL, Carl Charles farmer Glenberry 1851 Memorial 253/36

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

POHL, Johann Carl farmer Yankalilla 1852 Memorial 270/46

POHL, Johann Carl farmer formerly of Yankalilla but now in the colony of Victoria 1863 Memorial 103/189

No 1

POHLERS, Otto Johannes smallgoods butcher Woodside and Paula Helena Louise Pohlers his wife 1923 Memorial 139/487

POHLERS, Otto Johannes farmer Woodside. His wife, Paula Helene Louise Pohlers, died 3/9/1949 intestate. Parents of Arthur Johannes Pohlers farmer Woodside, Louisa Dorothea Pohlers, Alfrieda Helena Pohlers spinsters Woodside and Elma Maria SAXON married woman Inman Valley Memorials 116 & 131/523

POHLERS, Paula Helene Louise, wife of Otto Johannes Pohlers farmer Woodside, died 3/9/1947 intestate. Linked with Arthur Johannes Pohlers farmer Woodside 1953 Application 28980

No 1

POHLMANN, Wilhelm licensed victualler Adelaide 1849 Memorial 208/28

POHLMANN, Wilhelm licensed victualler Hamburg Arms Inn Adelaide 1850 Memorial 216/28

POHLMANN, Wilhelm licensed victualler Hamburg Hotel Rundle St, leased his premises from EJF CRAWFORD brewer Hindmarsh 1850 Enrolment 18/9

No 1

POHLNER, August farmer Hallett. Hundred of Hallett land grant 1883[-1884] Grant Book 8 Page 97 County Burra

POHLNER, August Friedrich Wilhelm sheepfarmer Hallett 1918 Memorial 163/476

POHLNER, August grazier Hallett 1926 Memorial 160/494

POHLNER, Friedrich farmer Pentonvale Hundred of Melville land grant 1876 Grant Book 19 Page 77 County Fergusson

POIDEVIN, Daniel carpenter Morphett Vale 1851 Memorial 226/34

POINTON, Albert Orrita farmer Hundred of Kadina 1886 Memorial 9/376

No 1

POINTON, James butcher Willunga 1852 Memorial 432/42

POINTON, James farmer Willunga 1857[-1884] Memorial 118/117, Application 470

POINTON, James farmer Willunga, died 11/10/1880, of apoplexy, aged 61 Application 24943

No 1

POINTON, Jeremiah and William farmers Aldinga 1854 Memorial 180/65

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

POINTON, John farmer Willunga 1897 Application 23316

No 1

POINTON, Thomas butcher Pt Pirie 1894 Memorial 235/421

POINTON, Thomas butcher formerly of Caltowie but now of Pt Pirie 1897 Application 23316

No 1

POINTON, William yeoman Willunga 1853 Memorial 272/48

POINTON, William farmer Aldinga Plains 1854 Memorial 10/73

POINTON, William farmer Curramulka, had died by 1904. Executrix – Sarah Pointon widow Curramulka Grant Book 19 Page 442 County Fergusson

POKE, John labourer Bowden 1840 Application 23795

No 1

POLACK, Carl Theodor tinman Adelaide 1850[-1860] Memorial 482/24

POLACK, Carl Theodor tinman Adelaide (Angas St) 1856 Memorial 213/101

POLACK, Carl Theodor tinsmith Adelaide (Rundle St) 1881 Application 18590

POLACK, Heinrich farmer Greenock Creek 1851[-1854] Memorial 134/51

No 1

POLACK, Heinrich Adolph bricklayer Klemzig 1847 Memorial 297/140

POLACK, Heinrich Adolph farmer Kensington 1849 Memorial 494/17 Farmer Tanunda 1853 Memorial 402/50 Farmer Greenock Creek 1854 Memorial 144/64 Farmer Sheaoak Log 1854[-1859] Memorial 316/73

No 1

POLDEN, Cornelius labourer Section 334 on the Torrens 1848. Perhaps related to WA POULDEN the solicitor Memorial 326/10

POLDEN, Cornelius farmer The Torrens 1851 Memorial 443/36

POLDEN, Cornelius farmer Myponga 1856 Memorial 170/95

Farmer Aldinga Plains 1856 Memorial 171/95

POULDEN, Cornelius labourer Myponga linked with George Poulden farmer formerly of Myponga but now of Sedan 1883 Memorial 147/381

POLDEN, George of the Hundred of Bagot 1880 Grant Book 17 Page 233 County Eyre

No 1

POLDEN, Job farmer Willowie 1887 Memorial 89/384

POLDEN, Job farmer Coomooroo 1936 Book 13 Page 269 County Dalhousie

No 1

POLDEN, Robert farmer Myponga 1857 Memorial 3/123

POLDEN, Robert farmer Myponga and Charlotte Polden his wife formerly Charlotte COLLINS widow 1891 Memorial 223/408

No 1

POLDEN, Thomas stockkeeper Mt Crawford 1856 Memorial 251/111

POLDEN, Thomas farmer Mt Crawford 1860 Application 1909

POLDEN, Thomas farmer Bald Hills Mt Crawford. Mt Crawford Presbyterian Church trustee 1868 Memorial 230/235

POLDEN, Thomas farmer Mt Crawford 1888 Memorial 179/389

POLDEN, Thomas out of business Gawler 1913 Application 26214

POLDEN, William farmer Yalpara 1891 Memorial 200/411

POLE, James farmer Gordon 1897 Memorial 180/430

POLE, John boundary rider Melrose Hundred of Wongyarra land grant 1881 Grant Book 23 Page 50 County Frome

No 1

POLE, Thomas farmer Reedbeds 1847 Memorial 226/8

POLE, Thomas farmer Reedbeds 1878, died c1882. He left his entire estate in trust to his wife, Jane Pole, for life, then to his unnamed five children in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant Memorial 173/344

POLE, Jane widow Fulham (probably relict of the late Thomas Pole), died c1896. Mother of Jane Pole spinster Fulham Memorials 248/428 & 250/428

POLE, Jane spinster Fulham 1896, a daughter of the late John Pole teamster Fulham and his wife, Jane Pole Application 25342

POLE, William mining agent Adelaide 1869 Memorial 18/244

No 1

POLGLASE, John mason Kapunda 1891[-1906], died 3/8/1906. Estate worth 150. Husband of Elizabeth Ann Polglase Memorial 239/455

POLGLASE, Elizabeth Ann widow Kapunda, died 2/12/1915. Mother of Louisa Jane Polglase milliner Kapunda Memorial 200/473

No 1

POLGLASE, Jane spinster Watervale 1863 Memorial 58/190

POLGLASE, Jane spinster Norwood 1871 Application 11553

POLGLASE, John James out of business Salop St, Beulah Park, North Norwood 1950 Application 28732

No 1

POLGLASE, William mining overseer Reedy Creek Tungkillo 1871 Memorial 9/256

POLGLASE, William and Greig David farmers Willowie Willowie township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 24 Page 575 County Frome

POLGLASE, William Henry Drew of Willowie Hundred of Willowie land grant 1882 Grant Book 24 Page 743 County Frome

POLGREEN, Edward George farmer Moonta. Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1909 Grant Book 14 Page 281 County Daly

POLGREEN, Walter James farmer Weetulta. Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1911 Grant Book 14 Page 284 County Daly

POLGREEN, William miner Strathalbyn 1859[-1866] Memorial 23/159

POLGREEN, William Charles farmer Moonta. Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1911 Grant Book 14 Page 284 County Daly

POLHILL, E (likely Edward) of Pewsey Vale Hundred of Barossa 1850 Memorial 242/20

POLHILL, Francis clerk to Henry GILBERT solicitor Adelaide 1850[-1877] Memorial 264/26

POLHILL, Frank of Mt Bryan 1878 Memorial 45/308

No 1

POLHILL, Sophia Louisa spinster Adelaide 1853 Memorial 320/56

POLHILL, Sophia Louisa spinster Thebarton 1854 Memorial 63/67

No 1

POLITIS, Dimitris oyster saloon keeper Adelaide (Hindley St) 1904 Memorial 97/451

POLITES, Demitris restaurant keeper Adelaide. Lameroo (Hundred of Bews) township allotment land grant 1907 Grant Book 12 Page 35 County Chandos

POLITIS, Demetrius restaurant keeper Adelaide 1912[-1913] Memorial 118/467

POLK, Joseph Roman Catholic clergyman Sevenhill College 1864 Memorial 310/194

POLKINGHORNE, Arthur John civil servant Adelaide 1937 Application 28077

POLKINGHORNE, Elizabeth of Bowden 1866 Memorial 49/231

POLKINGHORNE, Henry blacksmith Ardrossan 1883 Memorial 150/349

POLKINGHORNE, Henry James, born 27/6/1867, eldest surviving son of Richard Thomas Polkinghorne butcher Willunga, and his wife, Sara Ann nee EATON. A grocer at Goodwood by 1890 Application 21824

No 1

POLKINGHORNE, Isaac farmer Clinton. Hundred of Clinton land grant 1882 Grant Book 14 Page 133 County Daly

POLKINGHORNE, Isaac farmer Kulpara linked with Thomas Polkinghorne gentleman Moonta 1882 Memorial 230/342

POLKINGHORNE, Isaac farmer formerly of Kulpara, but now of Thackaringa NSW 1888 Memorial 211/394

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

POLKINGHORNE, John brickmaker Bowden 1851 Memorial 197/30

POLKINGHORNE, John miller Brompton 1852 Memorial 487/45

POLKINGHORNE, John the Younger farmer Willunga 1853 Memorial 335/62

POLKINGHORNE, John farmer Yankalilla. Bible Christian Chapel Yankalilla foundation trustee 1856 Memorial 130/120

POLKINGHORNE, John the Elder farmer Yankalilla 1858 Memorial 238/137

POLKINGHORNE, John the Elder farmer Yankalilla 1860. He could not write Application 1467

POLKINGHORNE, John the Younger farmer Yankalilla 1864 Memorial 10/195

POLKINGHORNE, John farmer Yankalilla, died 6/11/1868, of phthisis pulmonalis, aged 38 Application 25221

POLKINGHORNE, John farmer formerly of Yankalilla, but now of Moonta 1880 66Application 18343

No 2

POLKINGHORNE, John carver Bowden 1874 Application 13802

POLKINGHORNE, John railway employee Bowden 1890 Application 21827

POLKINGHORNE, John fitter Seventh St, Bowden, aged 56 in 1906, declared that he had lived in the district for 45 years

Application 26661

POLKINGHORNE, John fitter Seventh St, Bowden 1906, declared that he had lived in Bowden since c1860. He was 56 years old Application 25224

POLKINGHORNE, John signal fitter Seventh St, Bowden 1913 Application 26216

No 1

POLKINGHORNE, Joseph farmer Yankalilla Hundred of Maitland land grant 1878 Grant Book 19 Page 102 County Fergusson

POLKINGHORNE, Joseph farmer Maitland Hundred of Wauraltee land grant 1886 Grant Book 19 Page 225 County Fergusson

POLKINGHORNE, Joshia miner Moonta 1838 Application 11140

POLKINGHORNE, Martha 21 spinster Aldinga (Father: John Polkinghorne) married James B LOVELOCK 24 bachelor farmer Aldinga (Father: Levi Lovelock) on 3/11/1880 Pirie St Wesleyan Methodist Church, Adelaide. Minister: Thomas Lloyd. Witnesses: ET Polkinghorne farmer Aldinga and Mary A JOHNSON of Adelaide Application 25221

No 1

POLKINGHORNE, Richard farmer Willunga 1852[-1853] Memorial 431/45 Yeoman Willunga 1867 Memorial 19/221

No 2

POLKINGHORNE, Richard miner Kanmantoo 1857 Memorial 284/130

POLKINGHORNE, Richard Thomas storekeeper O’Halloran Hill, died 29/12/1885, of phthisis abdominalis, aged 42. He was apparently also a publican. Application 21824

No 1

POLKINGHORNE, Thomas quarryman Willunga 1845 Memorial 335/5 Miner Willunga 1849 Trustee McLaren Vale Wesleyan Methodist Chapel Memorial 375/23 Farmer Willunga 1852[-1854] Memorial 431/45

POLKINGHORNE, Thomas farmer formerly of Willunga but now of Yankalilla 1870 Memorial 28/249

POLKINGHORNE, Thomas farmer formerly of Willunga but now of Fulham 1878 Memorial 178/305

POLKINGHORNE, Thomas farmer Kulpara 1875[-1880] Memorial 11/282

POLKINGHORNE, Thomas farmer Clinton. Hundred of Clinton land grant 1882 Grant Book 14 Page 133 County Daly

POLKINGHORNE, Thomas farmer formerly of Willunga but now of Moonta 1882 Memorial 89/345

POLKINGHORNE, Thomas out of business Moonta, died c1883. Isaac Polkinghorne farmer Kulpara was one of the trustees Memorial 11/350

POLKINGHORNE, Thomas 64 widower farmer Cocoanut (Father: William Polkinghorne) married Jane HUMPHRYS 58 widow Moonta (Father: John Martin) on 6/6/1877, minister John Gibbon WRIGHT home Moonta. Witnesses: Isaac Polkinghorne farmer and Annie Polkinghorne of Cocoanut Application 18154

POLKINGHORNE, Thomas formerly farmer Cocoanut Estate, Kulpara, but then gentleman Caroline St, Moonta, died 12/3/1883, of apoplexy, aged 70. He left his wife, Jane Polkinghorne, £40 a year for life from the income of his Cocoanut Estate, together with all medical, hospital and funeral expenses. Jane Polkinghorne also had to right to live in the front rooms of the house and to keep what furniture was in these rooms for life. His daughters Anne and Mary Polkinghorne to receive £100 each from the income of the Cocoanut Estate. His sons Isaac, John, William George, Henry and James, to get farm land and township allotments in and around Willunga and also in the Hundreds of Clinton and Kulpara. Other minor bequests of personal estate to his sons Application 27776

No 1

POLKINGHORNE, William labourer Kapunda 1852 Memorial 104/39

No 2

POLKINGHORNE, William farmer Willunga 1860 Memorial 159/169

No 3

POLKINGHORNE, William bootmaker Marrabel on the Dirty Light 1865 Application 5912

POLKINGHORNE, W bootmaker Marrabel on the Dirty Light 1875 Memorial 148/282

No 4

POLKINGHORNE, William labourer Yankalilla 1883 Memorial 104/349

No 1

POLKINGHORNE, William George farmer Clinton. Hundred of Clinton land grant 1881 Grant Book 14 Page 133 County Daly

POLKINGHORNE, William George farmer Kulpara 1882 Memorial 229/342

POLKINGHORNE, William George farmer formerly of Clinton, but now of Stawell Vic, power of attorney to Isaac Polkinghorne farmer Clinton, to effect the discharge of a mortgage on land in the Hundred of Clinton 29/6/1885 Deposit 92/1885

POLKINGHORNE, William Henry farmer Willunga, died 27/7/1882, of capillary bronchitis, aged 43. His wife, Sarah nee Eaton, had 4 sons and 4 daughters, the eldest son only surviving a day. Following her husband’s death, she remarried to George DUFFIELD wood merchant Goodwood. Her Polkinghorne children got lots 147, 148 and 151 in Willunga, under the will of their grandmother, Alice Polkinghorne. A family dispute about the ownership of Lot 151 Application 21824

POLL, Thomas farmer Strathalbyn 1853 Memorial 384/60

No 1

POLLACK, Christian Heinrich watchmaker Adelaide (Hindley St) 1851[-1854] Memorial 253/37 Hundred of Yankalilla land grant 1853 Enrolment 19/33

POLLACK, Christian Heinrich gentleman Adelaide, power of attorney to Johann Friedrick SCHRAMM and Heinrich BOLLENHAGEN merchants Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 5/1/1855 Deposit 207/1855

POLLACK, Christian Heinrich gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now in parts beyond the seas 1856[-1857] Memorial 317/97

POLLACK, Friedrich tinman Adelaide 1851 Memorial 102/35

POLLARD, Alfred James farmer Hornsdale Hundred of Tarcowie land grant 1911 Grant Book 13 Page 61 County Dalhousie

No 1

POLLARD, Edward Hutchinson Esquire Adelaide 1838 Memorial 337/138

POLLARD, Edward Hutchinson Esquire Sydney NSW 1839 Application 5325

POLLARD, Edward Hutchinson merchant Sydney NSW and Anna Pollard his wife 1844 Memorial 482/3

POLLARD, Edward Hutchinson Esquire formerly of Adelaide, but now of Sydney NSW 1848 Memorial 203/13

POLLARD, Ellen of Adelaide 1867 Memorial 231/226

POLLARD, Frank gardener Tregarthen New Tiers near Mt Lofty 1884 Memorial 149/357

POLLARD, George Thomas Esquire late of Stannary Hall, Halifax, Yorks, England but now of Boulogne Republic of France and Clara Pollard his wife 1851 Memorial 388/38

No 1

POLLARD, Henry farmer Upper Wakefield 1855 Memorial 88/82

POLLARD, Henry farmer Auburn 1867 Application 8600

POLLARD, Henry farmer Auburn 1879 Memorial 159/319

POLLARD, Henry farmer near Auburn, died 1/10/1880, of epilepsy, aged 63. His wife, Ann Pollard, died 30/11/1887, of senile decay, aged 79. Their son, James Pollard farmer, lived at Jamestown 1903 Application 24575

POLLARD, Henry Cook Price storekeeper Penola 1872[-1873] Memorial 32/261

POLLARD, HC storekeeper Millicent 1876 Memorial 53/296

No 1

POLLARD, James licensed victualler Victoria township near Kapunda 1856 Memorial 271/106

POLLARD, James wine and spirit merchant Victoria township near Kapunda 1862 Application 3155

POLLARD, James storekeeper Victoria near Kapunda 1863 Application 4010

POLLARD, James wine and spirit mercant Kapunda 1867 Application 8770

POLLARD, James corn factor Kapunda 1869 Application 10154

POLLARD, James corn factor Kapunda 1870 Memorial 26/247

POLLARD, James wheat buyer Victoria Hundred of Kapunda 1881 Application 18435

POLLARD, James wheat buyer Eudunda 1882 Memorial 126/337

No 2

POLLARD, James yeoman Kapunda 1859 Memorial 74/155

POLLARD, James farmer Upper Wakefield 1876 Memorial 150/294

POLLARD, James farmer Auburn 1879 Memorial 159/319

POLLARD, James farmer Upper Wakefield near Auburn 1875 Application 14203

POLLARD, James farmer formerly of Auburn but now of Jamestown 1903[-1906] Memorial 201/447

POLLARD, James farmer formerly of near Auburn but now of near Jamestown 1906 Application 25251

No 3

POLLARD, James and WH farmers Walloway 1885 Memorial 31/369

No 1

POLLARD, James Harrison merchant Adelaide 1854 Memorial 491/82

POLLARD, James Harrison formerly innkeeper Willunga but now storekeeper McLaren Vale 1855 Memorial 446/86

POLLARD, James Harrison storekeeper McLaren Vale 1857[-1860] Memorial 51/126

POLLARD, James Harrison yeoman South Road 1859 Memorial 76/154

POLLARD, James Harrison merchant Adelaide Co Adelaide. Wallaroo (Hundred of Wallaroo) township allotment land grant 1861 Grant Book 14 Page 11 County Daly

POLLARD, James Harrison formerly storekeeper McLaren Vale 1862 Memorial 333/183

POLLARD, James Harrison grocer Adelaide 1862 Application 2981

POLLARD, James Harrison merchant of Adelaide and Hay NSW 1863 Application 4074

No 1

POLLARD, John gold digger Adelaide 1853[-1856] Newhaven allotment purchase Memorial 156/46

POLLARD, John gold digger Adelaide, about to leave the province for a time, power of attorney to Luke Michael CULLEN gentleman Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 4/1/1853 Deposit 244/1865

POLLARD, John usually of Adelaide but at present absent therefrom 1877 Memorial 36/301

No 1

POLLARD, John Edward of Encounter Bay 1850 Memorial 301/1

POLLARD, John Edward farmer The Inman 1852 Memorial 109/39 Farmer Bald Hills Inman Valley 1853[-1854] Memorial 284/52

POLLARD, John Edward farmer Inman Valley 1854 Encounter Bay Independent Chapel trustee Memorial 53/90

POLLARD, John Edward farmer Bennington Farm Inman Valley 1858 Memorial 30/137

No 1

POLLARD, John Edward farmer Wiltunga trustee unnamed Chapel and School 1886 Grant Book 15 Page 2 County Daly

POLLARD, JE farmer Bute 1887 Memorial 172/386

POLLARD, Robert ostler Hindmarsh 1853 Memorial 78/51

POLLARD, Roy P bank accountant Kooringa 1924 Memorial 194/503

POLLARD, Thomas farmer Kadina. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1883 Grant Book 14 Page 243 County Daly

No 1

POLLARD, William cabinetmaker Angaston 1853 Memorial 178/52

POLLARD, William [formerly cabinetmaker Angaston but now] storekeeper Moonta 1877 Memorial 135/300

POLLARD, William cabinetmaker Angaston 1895 Application 23054

No 2

POLLARD, William tailor Adelaide 1854 Memorial 187/63

No 3

POLLARD, William farmer near Kapunda Co Light. Hundred of Walloway land grant 1881 Grant Book 13 Page 223 County Dalhousie

No 4

POLLARD, William gardener near Angaston. Father of Mary Ann, Pollard, Emily Jane spinsters and CARMICHAEL, Julia widow, all of near Angaston 1903. He had another daughter, Maria SCHMID/SCHMIDT, wife of Dr Schmid of Lobethal, to whom he wanted to make a life annuity of £5 after his death as the first charge on the income from Section 430 Hundred of Moorooroo he was presenting to his other daughters in 1903 Application 25648

POLLARD, William Henry Wesleyan Methodist minister Belalie, the Circuit which included Caltowie, Jamestown and Laura 1873 Grant Book 60 Page 134 & 444 County Victoria

No 1

POLLE, Friedrich Wilhelm farmer Lobethal 1890 Application 21880

POLLE, Friedrich Wilhelm farmer Lobethal 1902 Memorial 49/445

No 1 - perhaps the same person

POLLE, Heinrich Christian Friedrich farmer Lobethal 1854[-1870] Memorial 180/65

POLLE, Heinrich farmer Lobethal 1876 Memorial 197/294

POLLE, Johann Ludwig Wilhelm shoemaker Gawler 1895 Application 22417

No 1

POLLITT, AG clerk to AG DOWNER solicitor Adelaide 1870 Memorial 193/247

POLLITT, AG solicitor Pt Pirie 1875 Memorial 182/281

POLLITT, Cyril Arthur vigneron Tanunda 1921 Memorial 58/484

POLLITT, Henry Martyn Clerk in Holy Orders Hindmarsh, about to depart the province for some time, power of attorney to Alexander George DOWNER solicitor Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 27/10/1881 Deposit 123/1882

No 1

POLLITT, James Clerk in Holy Orders St James’s Parsonage Mt Barker [Blakiston] 1849. Hundred of Macclesfield land grants Memorial 372/17

POLLITT, James clerk in holy orders formerly of Kooringa but now of Adelaide 1856 Memorial 289/108

POLLITT, James Clerk in Holy Orders Adelaide, about to visit England, power of attorney to Henry Martyn POLLITT Clerk in Holy Orders Hindmarsh, to manage his SA business affairs 4/3/1870 Deposit 83/1870

No 1

POLLMANN, Ernst and Robert WIENER confectioners Adelaide (pt TA 43 Rundle St) carrying on in business under the style or firm of Pollmann & Wiener 1853 Memorial 338/60

POLLMANN, Ernst confectioner Adelaide 1859 Memorial 277/149

POLLOCK, Agnes spinster Boucaut Hundred of Boucaut land grant 1882 Grant Book 55 Page 40 County Stanley

No 1

POLLOCK, Andrew James metal merchant Adelaide (Leigh St) 1851 Memorial 146/32

POLLOCK, Andrew James agent Adelaide (Leigh St) 1852 Memorial 467/39

POLLOCK, Andrew James metal merchant Adelaide (Leigh St) 1853 Memorial 240/57

POLLOCK, Andrew James Esquire formerly of Adelaidebut but now of Melbourne Vic 1853 Memorial 361/55

POLLOCK, Andrew James gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now of Dowgate Dock, London, England 1854[-1857] Memorial 308/78

No 1

POLLOCK, Edgar carrier Pt Lincoln 1913 Application 26269

POLLOCK, Edgar carrier Pt Lincoln 1921 Application 27022

No 1 - perhaps the same person

POLLOCK, James farmer formerly of Adelaide but now of Tarrawatta near Angaston 1853 Memorial 102/54

POLLOCK, James yeoman Little Para 1854 Memorial 108/62

POLLOCK, James gentleman Adelaide 1854 Memorial 242/73

POLLOCK, James labourer Newton and Anne Pollock his wife 1875 Application 7113987

No 1 - perhaps the same person

POLLOCK, James farmer Strathalbyn 1861 Application 2398

POLLOCK, James station overseer Highland Valley near Strathalbyn 1866 Memorial 119/212

POLLOCK, James overseer Highland Valley near Strathalbyn, about to depart on a visit to England, power of attorney to the Hon William MILNE MLC Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 25/4/1866 Deposit 137/1866

POLLOCK, John farmer Kangaroo Flat 1879[-1882] Memorial 238/317

POLLOCK, Josiah farmer Milang and Julia Pollock his wife 1919[-1923] Memorial 84/478

POLLOCK, Matthew stockman Morambro S-E Naracoorte (Hundred of Naracoorte) township allotment land grant 1864 Grant Book 50 Page 312 County Robe

No 1

POLLOCK, Thomas cattle holder Adelaide 1853[-1854] Memorial 234/49

No 2

POLLOCK, Thomas farmer Tatiara 1873 father of Richard Pollock minor born 20/8/1868 Grant Book 7 Page 38 County Buckingham. Farmer Bordertown. Hundred of Tatiara land grant 1875 Grant Book 7 Page 4 County Buckingham.

No 3 – perhaps the Elder

POLLOCK, Thomas dairyman Adelaide (South Tce) Co Adelaide. Hundred of Boucaut land grant 1880 Grant Book 55 Page 36 County Stanley

POLLOCK, Thomas the Elder farmer Boucaut Hundred of Boucaut land grant 1882 Grant Book 55 Page 40 County Stanley

No 4 – the Younger

POLLOCK, Thomas the Younger farmer Boucaut Hundred of Boucaut land grant 1882 Grant Book 55 Page 40 County Stanley

POLLOCK, WH inspector-general State Bank of SA 1926 Memorial 67/497

No 1

POLMEER, John farmer Dublin 1879[-1882] Memorial 75/319

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

POLMEER, John of Inkerman 1883 Memorial 216/353

POLMEER, Walter Thomas labourer Cunliffe. Cunliffe (Hundred of Kadina) township allotment land grant 1923 Grant Book 14 Page 178 County Daly

POLOMKA, John linked with Sections 36, 37, 67, 68 Hundred of Coglin Co Herbert 1886[-1891] Memorial 185/373

No 1

POLOMKA, Joseph of near Dawson 1888 Memorial 103/390

POLOMKA, Joseph farmer near Dawson 1892 Memorial 202/412

No 1

POLOMKA, Paul farmer near Clare 1867 Memorial 168/222

POLOMKA, Paul farmer Hill River Co Stanley. Hundred of Mannanarie land grant 1877 Grant Book 13 Page 73 County Dalhousie

POLOMKA, Paul farmer Sevenhill 1882 Application 19134

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

POLOMKA, Paul farmer Dawson 1883 Memorial 76/347

POLSON, Alexander McAllister and Samuel Hunter Polson formerly mine owners Southern Cross WA but now farmers Hackham 1947 Memorial 128/521

No 1

POLSON, Daniel mason Brompton 1856 Memorial 162/110

POLSON, Christina widow Adelaide relict of the late Daniel Polson mason formerly of Brompton then of Sellick Hill now deceased 1877 Memorial 80/304

POLSON, G teacher Brompton 1922, probably linked with Margaret Polson spinster Hackham Application 27043

No 1 - perhaps the Elder

POLSON, George Taylor farmer Noarlunga 1868 Memorial 47/236

No 2 - perhaps the Younger

POLSON, George Taylor pupil teacher Hackham linked with Jane Polson of near Hackham 1890 Memorial 217/403

POLSON, George Taylor schoolteacher Tungkillo 1908[-1924] Memorial 172/459

POLSON, George Taylor retired schoolteacher Seacombe Rd, Seacliff, died 31/10/1939. Husband of Elizabeth Jessie Ann Polson. Brother of Elizabeth Polson, Margaret Polson, Alexander Polson, Samuel Polson. Uncle of Reginald Alexander Polson and Leonard George Polson Memorial 12/515
No 1

POLSON, Samuel H farmer Morphett Vale 1897 Memorial 203/432

POLSON, Samuel H farmer Morphett Vale linked with Jane Polson widow Morphett Vale 1904 Memorial 54/451

POLST, Carl Gustav wood merchant Mercunda. Mercunda (Hundred of Bakara) township allotment land grant 1918 Grant Book 3 Page 271 County Albert

No 1

POLST, Johann Gottlob farmer Kapunda 1854 Memorial 36/66

POLST, Johann Gottlob farmer Bagot Gap 1864 Application 5326

No 2

POLST, Johann Gottlob farmer Light Pass 1859[-1871] Memorial 81/151

POLST, Johann Wilhelm farmer Light Pass and Maria Louise Polst his wife 1907[-1915] Memorial 119/458, Application 26477

No 1

POMEROY, Arthur outfitter Adelaide 1880 Memorial 209/321

POMEROY, Arthur outfitter North Adelaide, about to depart the province for a time, power of attorney to George Philip DOOLETTE outfitter Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 12/4/1881 Deposit 189/1881

POMEROY, Arthur draper Adelaide 1880 left SA c1883 to live in England and never returned Application 24601

POMEROY, Richard farmer Petersburg 1885 Memorial 217/367

POMEROY, Thirza widow Willunga 1875 Memorial 247/280

POMERY, Henry John gentleman Adelaide (Gilbert St) 1879[-1883] Memorial 186/318

POMERY, James blacksmith Milang 1861 Memorial 97/176

POMERY, James Henry blacksmith Laura. Trustee Wesleyan Methodist Church Laura Laura (Hundred of Booyoolie) township allotment land grant 1873 Grant Book 60 Page 454 County Victoria

POMERY, James Henry blacksmith Laura. Appila township allotment land grant 1874 Grant Book 24 Page 481 County Frome

POMERY, Joseph Connor gardener Stewart Range Hundred of Naracoorte land grant 1901 Grant Book 50 Page 118 County Robe

No 1 - probably the Elder

POMERY, Richard [the Elder?] farmer Willunga 1853[-1857] Memorial 314/58

POMERY, Amelia widow & farmer Willunga 1863 Application 4472

POMERY, Amelia widow Willunga, linked with Amelia INGRAM wife of William Ingram of Willunga, Richard Pomery [the Younger?] farmer Willunga, Elizabeth Pomery, Hannah Pomery, Emily Pomery, Grace Annie Pomery, Sarah Annie Pomery spinsters Willunga and Henry Pomery labourer Willunga 1871 Memorial 22/257

POMERY, Amelia formerly of Willunga but now of Gulnare South 1874 Memorial 103/276

No 1 - probably the Younger

POMERY, Richard of West Milang 1869 Memorial 146/240

POMERY, Richard farmer Gulnare South 1883 Memorial 178/348

POMERY, Richard farmer Petersburg 1888 Memorial 210/389

POMROY, Ronald Alva service station proprietor Toorak Gardens 1934 Application 27941

PONDER, John carpenter Gawler 1857 Memorial 21/123

PONDER, Walter John reporter and William David Ponder compositor Adelaide Wool Bay township allotment land grant 1877 Grant Book 19 Page 212 County Fergusson

No 1

PONDER, WD advertising agent Adelaide 1912 Application 26157

PONDER, William David agent Adelaide 1924 Memorial 140/490

PONDER, WJ clerk Kapunda 1869[-1871] Memorial 28/239

PONSFORD, Henry Edward draftsman Adelaide Wilmington township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 24 Page 568 County Frome

PONTIFEX, F bank officer Kooringa 1940 Memorial 108/514

PONTIFEX, James Price farmer Melton. Hundred of Clinton land grant 1912 Grant Book 14 Page 143 County Daly

No 1

PONTIFEX, Norman J clerk to Messrs W & T POPE solicitors Adelaide 1891[-1908] Memorial 146/411

PONTIFEX, Norman Jones clerk Adelaide 1924 Memorial 43/490

PONTIFEX, Norman Jones clerk Adelaide (Trustee Building, Grenfell St) 1925 Application 27345

PONTIFEX, Norman Jones law clerk Brighton 1928[-1929] Memorial 48/499

PONTIFEX, Stepney farmer Melton, died 3/1/1945 Grant Book 14 Page 345 County Daly

No 1

PONTT, Carl sheep farmer formerly of Curnamoona Station Far North but now of Upper Irwin near Champion Bay WA 1876 Memorial 183/288

PONTT, Carl sheep farmer formerly of Curnamoona Station Far North SA, but now of Upper Irwin near Champion Bay WA, power of attorney to Louis Albert PONTT farmer Blumberg, to manage his SA business affairs, including recovery of a debt owed by Henry SCOTT merchant Adelaide 7/1/1876 Deposit 51/1876

PONTT, CF auctioneer Sommerfeld 1880 Memorial 42/324

PONTT, Heinrich farmer Blumberg 1877 Memorial 32/301

No 1

PONTT, Johann August stockholder formerly of Curnamona but now of Adelaide 1876 Memorial 12/290

PONTT, Johann August sheep farmer Adelaide 1876 Memorial 193/288

PONTT, Johann August formerly stockholder Curnamoona then Adelaide 1876 but now gentleman Kent Town 1878 Application 16570

PONTT, Johann August sheep farmer Kent Town 1878 Memorial 175/311

No 1 - probably the same person

PONTT, LA [probably Louis Albert] negotiated a successful purchase of Dirleton Green Farm near Gumeracha from Christina GREIG not described. David Grieg also mentioned but not described 1875 Memorial 90/284

PONTT, Louis Albert farmer Perth WA, became a bankrupt in 1879. He owned assets in SA Memorial 165/315

PONTT, Louis Albert farmer Tailem Bend trustee PM Chapel Tailem Bend Tailem Bend (Hundred of Seymour) township allotment land grant 1900 Grant Book 54 Page 168 County Russell

No 1 - probably the same person

POOL, Alexander farmer Morphett Vale 1854[-1858] Memorial 27/75

POOL, Alexander farmer Sections 36 & 37 Hundred of Light 1860 Memorial 305/162

POOL, Alexander farmer Sections 36, 37 Hundred of Light near Stockport 1864 Application 4989

POOL, Alexander gentleman Kapunda 1882 Application 19007

POOL, Alexander farmer Hundred of Bundey 1885 Memorial 140/369

No 1

POOL, George miller Thebarton 1850 Memorial 441/23 Miller The Sturt 1851[-1854] Memorial 358/29

POOL, George miller The Sturt, died 1864. He left his entire estate to his wife, Jane Mercilla Pool Memorial 238/196

POOL, George miller The Sturt 1856, died 16/6/1864, leaving his estate to his wife, Jane Mercilla Pool. Estate worth £1,000 Application 16564.

POOL, Jane Mercilla widow The Sturt 1864[-1869] Memorial 47/199

POOL, Jane Mercilla widow The Sturt, became a bankrupt in 1870 Memorial 78/254

No 2

POOL, George now of Willochra 1881 Memorial 155/331

POOL, George T miller Gladstone 1874[-1875] Memorial 154/276

POOL, James carpenter Adelaide (Leigh St) 1859[-1863] Memorial 39/150

POOL, James Gough of Echunga 1852[-1856] Memorial 61/45

No 1

POOL, John farmer Cudlee Creek 1855[-1857] Memorial 294/85

POOL, John formerly sawyer Chain of Ponds 1869 but now carpenter New Glenelg 1875 Application 14704

POOL, Joseph of Willochra 1881 Memorial 156/332

POOL, Mary Ann widow Hundred of Willochra 1905 Memorial 108/453

No 1

POOL, Richard mason formerly of North Adelaide but now of Nailsworth 1852 Memorial 104/55

POOL, Richard mason Nailsworth 1882 Application 19244

No 1

POOL, Robert labourer Milang Hundred of Appila land grant 1879[-1881] Grant Book 24 Page 497 County Frome

No 2

POOL, Robert farmer Cudlee Creek 1881 Application 18955

POOL, Robert farmer Cudlee Creek, died 20/8/1910, of a brain tumor and respiratory failure, aged 60. Born Cudlee Creek. Married at 23. 4 sons/3 daughters. Father of Allen John Pool stock agent Strathalbyn Memorial 166/478

No 1 - proabably the same person

POOL, William carpenter Payneham 1846 Memorial 26/265

POOL, William carpenter Kensington 1855 Memorial 51/89

POOL, William farmer formerly of Kensington Park 1855 Memorial 374/87

POOL, William farmer formerly of Kensington Park but now of Victoria Creek 1860 Application 6517

POOL, William farmer Victoria Creek 1856[-1860] Memorial 330/112

POOL, William of Mumbarumba NSW, power of attorney to David LOADER of Rosewood NSW, to sell his allotments at Williamstown and Twickenham, the deeds of which are with Charles LOADER District Clerk of West Torrens 1/3/1881 Deposit 54/1881

POOL, William formerly carpenter Adelaide but now of Tilla Tilla NSW 1883 Memorial 93/350

No 2

POOL, William storekeeper Section 6131 Millbrook 1893 Application 22473

POOL, William storekeeper Millbrook 1897 Memorial 48/432

POOLE, Alexander farmer Kapunda Co Light. Florieton (Hundred of Schomburgk) township allotment land grant 1882 Grant Book 9 Page 157 County Burra

POOLE, Arthur Ruscombe Esquire QC 12 Chester Place, Hyde Park Square, London, and Hugh Ruscombe POOLE solicitor South Petherton, Somerset, executors for the estate of Gabriel Stone POOLE gentleman The Manor House, Brent Knoll, South Brent, Somerset, power of attorney to William James BELT and Francis Walter BELT solicitors Adelaide, to manage the affairs of the deceased estate in SA 2/8/1889 Deposit 131/1889

No 1

POOLE, Charles Samuel gentleman Adelaide 1853[-1854] Memorial 147/53

POOLE, Charles Samuel accountant Adelaide 1860 Memorial 102/166

POOLE, Charles Samuel gentleman Adelaide 1865 Application 6373

POOLE, Charles Samuel accountant North Adelaide Co Adelaide. Halbury (Hundred of Hall) township allotment land grant 1875 Grant Book 56 Page 384 County Stanley

POOLE, Charles Samuel gentleman Adelaide (Carrington St) 1884 Memorial 161/357

POOLE, David farmer Inverbrackie 1859 Memorial 215/157

No 1

POOLE, Edward labourer Kingston S-E 1902 Memorial 68/446

POOLE, Edward labourer Kingston S-E. His wife, Rhoda Poole, died 9/10/1929 intestate Memorial 78/503

POOLE, Edward out of business Kingston S-E, died 5/11/1932. Executor; Mary Mabel Poole spinster Kingston S-E Memorial 117/506

POOLE, Edward the Elder died 5/11/1932. His wife, Rhoda Poole, predeceased him on 9/10/1929 intestate. Parents of the following children as of 1948 - Mary Mabel Poole no description, Edward Poole formerly the Younger gardener 25 Seventh Ave, Holmsdale, Henry Poole factory hand 275 Darlinghurst Road, Darlinghurst NSW, Rhoda Elizabeth Kate ESPAGNE married woman Main St, Mooroopna Vic. Edith M Poole mentioned but not described Memorial 92/523

POOLE, George labourer Gilbert St, Adelaide, and Jane Poole his wife. Ann Poole of Gilbert St mentioned but not described 1869 Memorial 57/301

No 1

POOLE, George Herbert formerly of the Mauritius but now master Common School Finniss Point, Navan, died 1869. He left his entire estate to his wife, Theresa Susannah Snell Chauncey Pool, formerly relict of the late Lieutenant John WALKER Memorial 246/241

POOLE, George Herbert surveyor of Trinity near Morphett Vale 1861. Subsequently, he lived in Mauritius for a time, but had returned to SA by 1869, when he was the master of the common school at Finniss Point, near Navan at the time he made his will. GH Poole left all his property (land at Pt Lincoln) to his wife, Theresa Susannah Snell Chauncy Poole, formerly relict of the late Lieutenant John Walker Application 9321

No 1

POOLE, George Mariner farmer Pt Wakefield 1888 Memorial 213/392

POOLE, George Mariner labourer Plympton. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1896 Grant Book 2 Page 13 County Adelaide

POOLE, Harriet storekeeper King William St, Adelaide 1842 Memorial 246/1

POOLE, Hugh maser of the barque Caleb Angas 1842 Memorial 4/2

No 1

POOLE, James surveyor Adelaide 1842 Memorial 317/2 Of the Great Eastern Road 1843 Memorial 228/3 Formerly of the Great Eastern Road but now of Adelaide 1844 Memorial 279/4 He had died by Oct 1846 Memorial 171/7

POOLE, James surveyor Great Eastern Road, died c1844. All the estate not consisting of money had to be sold. £100 to Anna Letitia BERESFORD. Bequests also to his unnamed brothers and sisters and also to the Rev'd John FETHERSTONE of Griffinstown House, Co Westmeath, Ireland. J Poole owned land at the Westhill near Mt Barker, at Marion, at the Chapman Plains near the Light River, and at Glen Osmond. Trustees - James HAMILTON and James HENDERSON merchants Adelaide (King William St) Memorial 292/48

POOLE, James surveyor (in SA by 1844) lived on the Great Eastern Road (Sections 1288 and 1003 Survey B) for many years prior to his death. He left his estate to James Hamilton and James HENDERSON Esquires Adelaide (he was in parts beyond the sea 1854), in trust to sell and give the proceeds in equal shares to the testator's surviving brothers and sisters in Ireland. James Hamilton went to Ireland in 1853 to meet the family - William Henry Poole Esquire Tample Monivia, Co Galway, Ireland, John Bradish POOLE Esquire James Tce, Glasnivin Road, Dublin, Mary TAYLOR widow Smith’s Buildings, Ely Place, Dublin, Eliza Jane Poole spinster Smith’s Buildings, Ely Place, Dublin 1854 Application 6709

POOLE, James surveyor Great Eastern Road, died c1845. His land in trust to James HAMILTON merchant King William St, Adelaide, and James HENDERSON of Adelaide, for the benefit of J Poole’s brothers and sisters: William Henry POOLE Esquire Monivea, Co Galway, Ireland; John Bradish POOLE 1 James Tce, Gleasnevin Road, Co Dublin, Ireland; Mary TAYLOR widow and Eliza Jane POOLE spinster of 5 Smith’s Buildings, Ely Place, Dublin. James Henderson was about to leave for England. The Poole family authorised the trustees to sell James Poole’s land in SA 26/2/1853 Deposit 151/0A

No 2

POOLE, James and Thomas farmers Rapid Bay Hundred of Yankalilla land grant 1861 Grant Book 37 Page 232 County Hindmarsh

POOLE, James farmer Rapid Bay Hundred of Minlacowie land grant 1880 Grant Book 19 Page 254 County Fergusson

No 3

POOLE, James teacher Yankalilla 1867 Memorial 25/222

POOLE, James teacher Salisbury 1878 Memorial 120/307

POOLE, James school teacher Adelaide (Sturt St) 1886 Application 21092

No 4

POOLE, James director Black Hills Proprietary Silver Mining Co Ltd 1888 Memorial 81/392

No 5

POOLE, James gentleman Kapunda 1892[-1903] Memorial 12/415

No 1

POOLE, John pewterer North Adelaide 1853 Memorial 458/54

POOLE, John pewterer Kensington 1854 Memorial 63/65

POOLE, John pewterer Kensington 1858 Application 71

POOLE, John gentleman North Kensington and Georgiana Poole his wife 1866 Memorial 203/274

POOLE, John gentleman Kensington, died 30/5/1874, of ramollinement, aged 69. Husband of Georgiana Poole 1882 Application 19435

POOLE, John gentleman Kensington, died 30/5/1874, of ramollissement, aged 69. All his estate to his wife, Georgiana Poole. She lived at Kensington Tce, Norwood by 1886 Application 21036

No 2

POOLE, John plasterer York township on the Port Road 1856[-1864] Memorial 85/106, Application 4843

No 3

POOLE, John farmer Cudlee Creek 1857 Memorial 78/131

No 4

POOLE, John farmer Coghill Creek near Saddleworth 1861[-1884] Memorial 255/177

POOLE, John horse dealer Coghill Creek near Saddleworth 1863 Application 3875

POOLE, John farmer Coghill Creek 1873 Application 12701

POOLE, John farmer Saddleworth 1872 Application 11969

POOLE, John farmer Saddleworth 1881 Application 18450

No 1

POOLE, John B surveyor Adelaide (Gouger St) 1855 Memorial 106/87

POOLE, John Burfitt surveyor Adelaide 1866 Memorial 247/214

POOLE, Joseph farmer Milang Hundred of Appila land grant 1878 Grant Book 24 Page 495 County Frome

POOLE, Mary Mabel spinster formerly of Kingston S-E but now of Kent Road, Keswick 1935 Memorial 35/509

POOLE, Neil farmer Saddleworth 1888 Application 21441

POOLE, Rebecca wife of Frederic Slaney Poole Clerk in Holy Orders Adelaide, power of attorney to Alexander MACGEORGE land agent Adelaide, to manage her SA business affairs 14/6/1881 Deposit 13/1882

No 1

POOLE, Rhoda married woman Kingston S-E 1909 Memorial 60/462

POOLE, Rhoda married woman Kingston S-E, died 9/10/1929 intestate. Wife of Edward Poole labourer Kingston S-E Memorial 78/503

POOLE, Richard mason formerly of North Adelaide but now of Nailsworth 1853[-1882] Memorial 104/55

No 1

POOLE, Richard Francis contractor Edithburgh 1927 Memorial 54/497

POOLE, Richard Francis builder and contractor Pt Lincoln 1928 Application 27651

POOLE, Richard Francis contractor formerly of Edithburgh but now of Pt Lincoln 1929 Application 27780

POOLE, Robert of Myrtle Springs Station 1887 Memorial 85/388

POOLE, Robert James farmer Cudlee Creek 1883 Application 19666

No 1

POOLE, Robert Temple innkeeper Adelaide (Tavistock Buildings, Rundle St) 1853 Memorial 124/74

POOLE, Robert Temple mail cart driver Adelaide 1854 Memorial 384/78

POOLE, Robert Temple licensed victualler Willaston 1858[-1861] Memorial 194/140

POOLE, Stanley hotelbroker Second Valley 1923 Memorial 28/498

POOLE, Thomas of Adelaide [of Marion Road], died 11/7/1883. His relatives, David KELSO Port William Co Wigtown, Scotland and Mary Kelso, his wife, power of attorney to Sydney Constantine TOLLEY barrister 65 King William St, Adelaide, to claim money due to them under the estate 15/12/1884. Estate to go to his brother John POOLE and sister Annie POOLE; if dead, their children and Thomas POOLE’s step-sisters Mary and Agnes POOLE to inherit equally. The estate worth £539/8/9. Agnes Poole had apparently emigrated and lived as Mrs Brown [possibly Mrs James Brown], of of Marion Road, near Adelaide. She got power of administration over the estate. Her sister had remained in Scotland Deposit 81/1885

No 1 - likely to be the same person

POOLE, Timothy builder Rendlesham 1886 Memorial 69/377

POOLE, Timothy farmer Narracoorte 1901 Memorial 179/442

No 1

POOLE, William sawyer Kensington 1846[-1847] Memorial 310/7 Carpenter Kensington 1849 Memorial 392/16

No 2

POOLE, William farmer Skilly Creek near Auburn 1871 Application 11509

No 3

POOLE, William draper Adelaide (South Tce) 1884 Memorial 38/361

No 4

POOLE, William formerly quarryman Tea Tree Gully but now storekeeper Millbrook 1892 Memorial 244/415

No 5

POOLE, William farmer Koonunga, aged 56 in 1957, declared that he had lived in the district for over 30 years

Application 29273

No 1

POOLE, William Burnet miner Adelaide 1860 Memorial 42/162

No 2

POOLE, William B Savings Bank clerk Adelaide 1870[-1871] Memorial 221/248

POOLE, William Burnet bank clerk North Adelaide Co Adelaide. Orroroo (Hundred of Walloway) township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 13 Page 136 County Dalhousie

POOLE, William Burnet bank clerk Adelaide Co Adelaide. Quorn (Hundred of Pichi Richi) township allotment land grant 1879 Grant Book 49 Page 11 County Newcastle

POOLE, WB of Adelaide state manager of the Savings Bank of SA 1905[-1908] Memorial 161/453

POOLE, WB accountant Savings Bank of SA Adelaide branch 1910 Memorial 222/463

No 1

POOLE, William Draper assistant storekeeper Adelaide 1842 Memorial 246/1

POOLE, William Draper storekeeper Adelaide (King William St) and Harriott Poole his wife 1842 Memorial 33/2

POOLE, WD of Adelaide (Grenfell St) 1856 Memorial 93/101

POOR, Robert cow keeper Brownhill Creek 1842 Memorial 208/2

No 1

POORE, Charles labourer Hindmarsh 1857[-1858] Memorial 32/123

POORE, Charles labourer formerly of Hindmarsh 1857 but now of Croydon 1863 Application 3862

No 1

PORTER, William Field of Pt Lincoln 1839 Application 27795

PORTER, William corn dealer Stroud, Glos, England 1843 [Perhaps either WF Porter or his son, William Porter?] Memorial 82 Book 3

PORTER, William Field of Auckland New Zealand 1846[-1848] Deposits 101-103/1858

PORTER, William Field of Maungatanga New Zealand, died in March 1869. Father of William Porter settler Maungatanga, who appointed William BARTLEY gentleman and Alfred SPENCER land agent of Adelaide as attorneys to handle the Porter family’s affairs in SA 1873 Deposit 17/1878

No 1

POPE, Abraham yeoman Gawler 1850 Memorial 271/24

POPE, Abraham yeoman Evanston and Sarah Pope his wife 1853 Memorial 84/52

POPE, Abraham farmer Hundred of Barossa near Gawler 1853[-1874] Memorials 352/54 &11/105

POPE, Abraham farmer Hundred of Tatiara linked with Eliza and Mary Jane Pope of Gawler 1889 Memorial 173/396

POPE, Abraham of Barossa West near Gawler, died 25/9/1896. Husband of Sarah Pope. Father of Eliza and Mary Jane Pope spinsters Gawler; also Alice Maria Pope not described and William Edward Pope not described. Eliza Pope 59 spinster domestic duties Bullaparinga married William WHYTE farmer 74 widower Bullaparinga (Father; Robert Marmaduke Bell Whyte) on 23/11/1907 in W Whyte's home. Witnesses; James CUSSION farmer Bullaparinga and Hazel Kate WILLIS domestic duties Bullaparinga. By 1911, the Whytes lived at Delamere [or is this the same address as Bullaparinga?] Memorials 12, 13 & 97/464

POPE, Abraham farmer Hundred of Barossa near Gawler, died 25/9/1896. A member of his family, Eliza Pope, had become Eliza WHYTE married woman Gawler by 1924. The Pope daughter, Mary Jane Pope spinster near Gawler, died 1/8/1912 Memorial 159/490

POPE, Abraham farmer Barossa, died 25/9/1896, of morbus cordis, asthma, and exhaustion, aged 79. Husband of Sarah Pope. She could not write Application 23322

POPE, Ann widow Hindmarsh Valley 1882 Memorial 126/343

No 1

POPE, Benjamin farmer Hindmarsh 1859 Memorial 109/156

POPE, Benjamin farmer formerly of Hindmarsh but now of Myponga 1873 Memorial 207/266

No 1

POPE, Charles carrier Mt Baker 1884 Memorial 207/355

No 2

POPE, Charles butcher and farmer Mt Barker 1926 Memorials 153 & 199/494

POPE, Charles Berkley farmer Mt Barker. Trustee Dunn Memorial Methodist Church Mt Barker 1922 Application 27087

POPE, Christopher Temby farmer near Gawler 1913 Memorial 76/468

No 1

POPE, Francis farmer Harrogate Hundred of Mobilong land grant 1883 Grant Book 58 Page 369 County Sturt

POPE, Francis farmer Harrogate Hundred of Monarto land grant 1886 Grant Book 58 Page 129 County Sturt

POPE, Gerald Albert William SA Government Produce Depot manager Adelaide 1929 Memorial 132/501

No 1 – perhaps the Elder and the Younger

POPE, George of SA bought land at Nairne 1852 Memorial 146/127

POPE, George labourer Nairne 1857 Memorial 212/130

POPE, George farmer Nairne 1858 Memorial 50/137

POPE, George labourer Nairne 1860 Application 1772

POPE, George teamster Blinman. Hundred of Carr land grant 1880 Grant Book 59 Page 3 County Taunton

POPE, George carrier Blinman. Hundred of Carr land grant 1880 Grant Book 59 Page 3 County Taunton

POPE, George the Elder mail contractor Parachilna. Parachilna (Hundred of Nilpena) township allotment land grant 1890 Grant Book 59 Page 27 County Taunton

No 2

POPE, George farmer Gumeracha 1856[-1863] Memorial 22/105

POPE, George Linford labourer Hundred of Ramsay Co Fergusson 1884 Memorial 4/358

No 1

POPE, Henry tailor Unley 1843[-1866] Memorial 138/3

POPE, Hannah widow Unley 1878, relict of the late Henry Pope formerly tailor Unley 1848 Application 16703

POPE, Hannah widow Adelaide 1879 Memorial 148/314

No 1

POPE, Henry farmer Unley 1854 Memorial 57/69

No 1

POPE, Henry James minister of the gospel Gawler 1876 Memorial 107/290

POPE, Henry James minister of the gospel Gawler 1881 Memorial 223/332

POPE, Henry James of Sydenham Road, Norwood 1883 Memorial 35/354

POPE, Henry James minister of the gospel North Adelaide (Wellington Square) 1888 Memorial 93/394

POPE, Henry James of Prospect 1899 Memorial 100/440

POPE, Henry James minister of the gospel formerly of Wellington Square, North Adelaide but now of Pt Adelaide 1904 Application 24814

POPE, Henry James Methodist minister Pt Adelaide 1904 Memorial 141/452

POPE, Henry James Methodist minister Salisbury 1906[-1907] Memorial 37/456

POPE, Henry James minister of the gospel Prospect 1912. He became a Primitive Methodist Minister in 1866; Methodist Church minister from Union in 1900s. Custodian of the deeds of the Primitive Methodist Chapels until Methodist union Application 26114

POPE, Henry James Methodist minister Prospect 1912 Memorial 24/467

POPE, Henry James Methodist minister formerly of Adelaide but now of Prospect 1913 Memorial 46/468

POPE, Isaac farmer Hundred of Eba trustee Morgan Institute 1909 Grant Book 18 Page 11 County Eyre

POPE, James farmer Black Springs 1899 Memorial 16/437

No 1

POPE, John tanner Bowden linked with Robert Pope formerly labourer but now dairyman Bowden 1881 Memorial 30/334

POPE, John tanner Bowden 1885 Application 20585

No 2

POPE, John agent New Auburn and Edith Elizabeth Pope his wife 1905[-1910] Memorial 12/453, Application 25846

POPE, John James carpenter North Adelaide (Cambridge St) 1856 Memorial 162/108

POPE, John James carpenter formerly of Cambridge St, North Adelaide 1856 but now of 701 Napier St, Collingwood Vic 1862 Application 3637

No 1

POPE, Joseph miner One Tree Hill Hundred of Munno Para 1852[-1855] Memorial 223/68

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1; links with a neighbour John Williams, who made the same moves.

POPE, Joseph farmer South Para River near Gawler 1862[-1873] Memorial 27/183

POPE, Joseph farmer Broughton 1875 Memorial 61/283

POPE, Joseph farmer Broughton Co Daly. Hundred of Willowie land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 741 County Frome

No 3

POPE, Joseph farmer Mt Barker. Trustee Dunn Memorial Methodist Church Mt Barker 1922 Application 27087

POPE, Nolan Lord labourer Parrakie. Hundred of Cotton land grant 1941 Grant Book 12 Page 130 County Chandos

POPE, Norman Henry commercial traveller Glenelg 1951 Memorial 9/526

POPE, Percival John farmer Mt Barker. Trustee Dunn Memorial Methodist Church Mt Barker 1922 Application 27087

No 1

POPE, Reuben carrier Mt Barker 1877 Memorial 215/297

POPE, Reuben gentleman Mt Barker 1884 Memorial 207/355

POPE, Reuben formerly carrier but then farmer Mt Barker. Links with Henry Pope innkeeper Sturt St, Adelaide and also Charles Pope of Mt Barker 1879 Application 17762, Application 18493

No 1

POPE, Robert labourer Bowden 1855[-1857] Memorial 473/90

POPE, Robert formerly labourer but now dairyman Bowden 1881 Memorial 30/334

POPE, Robert milkman Bowden 1880 Application 18440

POPE, Robert tanner Largs Bay near Pt Adelaide 1885 declared that he had lived in Bowden between June 1857-January 1885. John Pope tanner Bowden was his son. Robert Pope could not write Application 26141.

No 1

POPE, Samuel labourer Gawler 1848 Memorial 445/11

POPE, Samuel farmer Gawler Co Gawler. Hundred of Barossa land grant 1849 Grant Book 1 Page 31 County Adelaide

POPE, Samuel farmer Lyndoch Valley Road Gawler. Oddfellow’s Lodge member 1857. Enrolment 61/39

POPE, Samuel farmer Lyndoch Valley Road Gawler 1856[-1858] Memorial 17/95

POPE, Samuel farmer near Gawler 1863[-1895] Memorial 131/191

POPE, Samuel licensed victualler Barossa West 1865 Memorial 147/202

POPE, Samuel carter Gawler South 1870 Memorial 179/248

POPE, Samuel labourer Humbug Scrub near Gawler 1876 Memorial 244/296

POPE, Samuel farmer near Gawler 1890 Application 21968.

No 2

POPE, Samuel farmer Hundred of Younghusband trustee School Hundred of Younghusband land grant 1892 Grant Book 54 Page 157 County Russell

No 1

POPE, Thomas of Munno Para 1860 Memorial 350/161

No 2

POPE, Thomas and William clerks to WH PARKER solicitor Adelaide 1871 Memorial 101/257

POPE, Thomas law clerk Adelaide (Gilles St) 1874 Memorial 4/273

POPE, Thomas clerk to Charles MANN solicitor Adelaide 1874 Memorial 17/274

POPE, Thomas articled clerk to William Pope solicitor Adelaide 1875 Memorial 2/285

POPE, Thomas clerk to William Pope solicitor Eagle Chambers, Adelaide 1881 Application 18927.

POPE, Thomas solicitor Adelaide 1882 Application 19409.

POPE, Thomas solicitor Adelaide, about to leave the province for a time, power of attorney to his partner his brother William POPE to manage his SA business affairs 19/1/1884. This power of attorney was renewed at various times until 1911 at least Deposit 33/1884

POPE, Thomas solicitor Adelaide agent for Frederick Norman SCARFE Esquire of parts beyond the sea 1892 Application 22350

POPE, Thomas solicitor Medindie and Bertha Pope his wife 1898 Memorial 183/433

POPE, Thomas solicitor formerly of Adelaide but now in London, Middlesex, England 1918 Memorial 15/477

POPE, Thomas solicitor formerly of Adelaide but now of Torquay, Devon, England 1924[-1929] Memorial 43/490

POPE, Walter Norman farmer formerly of Murray Bridge but now of Coonalpyn 1937 Memorial 146/510

No 1

POPE, William of the Poonawurta Mine North Rhine River bought land in Edwardstown 1846 Memorial 51/7

No 2

POPE, William of Kooringa 1849 Application 18071.

POPE, William miner Kooringa 1849[-1850] Memorial 207/65

No 3

POPE, William farmer Gawler 1853[-1854] Memorial 162/62

No 4

POPE, W clerk to John RUDALL the Younger solicitor Kapunda 1864 Memorial 44/198

POPE, William solicitor Eagle Chambers, Adelaide, knew Henry Walter PARKER barrister and solitor’s business affairs intimately from 1867 until his death on 15/3/1874 Application 20606.

POPE, William solicitor Adelaide 1907, declared that between 1866-15/3/1874 he was a law clerk for Henry Walter PARKER solicitor Adelaide. For some years he served as managing clerk and had the conduct and control of the business Application 25310.

POPE, William clerk to Charles MANN solicitor Adelaide 1874 Memorial 15/273

POPE, William solicitor Adelaide 1880 Application 18040.

POPE, William solicitor formerly of Adelaide but now in parts beyond the seas 1880[-1881] Memorial 94/327

POPE, William and Thomas solicitors Adelaide 1885 Application 20739.

POPE, William solicitor Adelaide, died 27/8/1923 place not stated Memorial 22/489

POPE, William solicitor formerly of Adelaide left for England in 1903. He died 27/8/1923. [His brother Thomas Pope also returned to England, but no date of death has come to light as yet] Application 27928

No 1

POPE, William Henry farmer Blackwood near Macclesfield and Maria Louise Pope his wife 1891 Memorial 212/410

POPE, Maria Louisa widow Macclesfield, died 3/8/ 1937 Meadows (Her husband William Henry Pope the Elder died 21/7/1924.) Mother of William Henry Pope the Younger labourer Paris Creek. Executors; George William MONTGOMERY public accountant Strathalbyn and Louisa SCHMIDT married woman Macclesfield Memorials 81 & 88/511

POPHAM, Abraham master mariner Pt Adelaide 1851[-1857] Memorial 8/29

No 1

POPHAM, Francis William Home surgeon Gawler East 1878 Application 17983.

POPHAM, Ann Elizabeth widow North Adelaide 1893[-1913] Memorial 170/448

No 1

POPHAM, William Home doctor of medicine Brighton 1855[-1857] Member of the Glenelg, Brighton and Adelaide Building Society Memorial 227/89

POPHAM, William Home doctor formerly of Brighton but now of Gawler 1859 Memorial 89/159

POPHAM, Martha widow of the late William Home Popham surgeon Gawler, died 17/2/1873, from the shock of the wheel of a trap passing over her abdomen, aged 39 Application 17983.

POPLE, George blacksmith Maidstone 1859 Memorial 259/155

POPLE, Henry clerk Le Fevre Peninsula 1875 Application 14544

No 1

POPPEL, Friedrich yeoman Section 45 near Gawler. Buchsfelde St Paul's Lutheran Chapel trustee 1851 Memorial 208/40

POPPEL, Friedrich gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now of Gawler River 1854 Memorial 164/62

POPPLEWELL, Elizabeth formerly STANLEY wife of Ernest Vincent Popplewell Esquire Netherleigh Grange Road, Eastbourne, Sussex, England, and John Arthur POULTER Esquire The Home Close Bury, Hunts, England, power of attorney to Walter REYNELL agent Adelaide, to manage their SA investments 15/5/1886. Marriage 9/4/1881 Holy Trinity, South Wimbledon, Surrey, Ernest Vincent Popplewell 23 bachelor warehouseman Erith (Father: Peter Popplewell warehouseman) to Elizabeth STANLEY 27 widow South Wimbledon (Father: Thomas Thompsett GROVES artist) Deposit 90/1888

No 1

PORKER, Jasper George farmer Lameroo 1929 Memorial 186/500

PORKER, Jasper George farmer formerly of Lameroo but now of Clarendon 1930 Memorial 136/503

PORKER, Jasper George farmer formerly of Lameroo but now of Melton 1940 Memorial 70/514

PORKER, John of Orrie Cowie Hundred of Ramsay land grant 1880 Grant Book 19 Page 339 County Fergusson

PORKER, John Ward farmer Kainton. Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1911[-1912] Grant Book 14 Page 285 County Daly

No 1

PORKER, Joseph farmer Pt Rickaby 1893 Memorial 116/418

PORKER, Joseph farmer Koolywurtie 1893 Memorial 127/418

PORKER, Joseph farmer Koolywurtie trustee Wesleyan Methodist Church Koolywurtie Hundred of Koolywurtie land grant 1899 Grant Book 19 Page 316 County Fergusson

PORRETT, Robert Esquire London, Middlesex, England, power of attorney to William BAKEWELL solicitor Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 27/6/1868 Deposit 163/1868

PORRITT, Matthew farmer Roseville 1880 Application 18178

PORTAL, Patrick labourer Prospect 1843 Memorial 280/3

No 1

PORTEOUS, Andrew mariner Le Fevre Peninsula 1850 Memorial 147/23

PORTEOUS, Andrew mariner of the lightship Pt Adelaide 1857 Memorial 92/126

PORTEOUS, Gilbert seaman Pt Adelaide Hundred of Colton land grant 1884 Grant Book 48 Page 78 County Musgrave

PORTEOUS, William miner Echunga and Ellen Porteous his wife 1898 Application 23566

No 1

PORTER, Albert James director of the Green and Gold Copper Mining Company of Exchange Offices, Pirie St, Adelaide 1888 Memorial 51/391

PORTER, Albert James mining prospector Payneham and Maggie Porter his wife 1895 Memorial 235/424

PORTER, Albert James of Payneham and Margaret Porter his wife, also known as Maggie Porter 1898 Application 23648

No 1

PORTER, Andrew farmer Saddleworth 1858 Memorial 174/140

PORTER, Andrew farmer Saddleworth Hundred of Saddleworth land grant 1858 Grant Book 44 Page 330 County Light

No 2

PORTER, Andrew of Synagogue Place, Adelaide 1861 Memorial 296/187

PORTER, Andrew labourer Adelaide 1865 Application 6329

No 1

PORTER, Benjamin Coombs and Adolphus Robert grocers and tea dealers Adelaide (Hindley St) 1851 Memorial 363/37

PORTER, Benjamin Coombs merchant formerly of Peachey Belt and Adelaide but now of Melbourne Vic 1855 Linked with Adolphus Robert Porter farmer Peachey Belt and Adelaide Memorial 190/80

PORTER, Benjamin Coombs merchant formerly of Adelaide, but now of Melbourne Vic, power of attorney to Adolphus Robert PORTER farmer Adelaide, to complete the sale of Sections 5034, 5036 Pt Adelaide, to Lewis HANSON farmer Tam O’Shanter Belt 16/1/1855 Deposit 34/1855

PORTER, Mrs Charles widow Rosewater 1891 Application 22121

No 1

PORTER, Charles Frederick bootmaker Alberton trustee of the Loyal Duke of Portland Oddfellow's Lodge Friendly Society 1869 Memorial 35/242

PORTER, Charles Frederick shoemaker Alberton 1875 Memorial 25/280

PORTER, David fencer Adelaide 1840 Application 25550

No 1

PORTER, Edward gardener Newton 1866 Memorial 204/214

PORTER, Edward labourer Newton 1871 Memorial 31/255

PORTER, E of Parkside 1891 Memorial 170/407

PORTER, Elizabeth Rogers widow Parkside 1860[-1875]. Linked with spinsters called Elizabeth and Lettice Elizabeth Porter of Parkside. Enrolment 51/48

PORTER, Ellen licensed victualler British Standard Inn Commercial Road Alberton 1873 Memorial 206/269

No 1

PORTER, Frederick Charles gentleman Alberton 1853 Memorial 148/48

No 2

PORTER, Frederick Charles baker Hindmarsh 1855 Memorial 54/94

No 1 - perhaps the same person

PORTER, George yeoman Adelaide 1846 Memorial 60/60

PORTER, George farmer Alberton 1846[-1853] Memorial 181/7

Linked with JH Porter of Alberton Memorial 210/54

PORTER, George the Elder gentleman Alberton 1853 Memorial 148/48

PORTER, George the Elder storekeeper Alberton 1853 Memorial 106/55

PORTER, George publican Alberton 1880 Application 18213
No 1

PORTER, George gentleman Woodville 1861 Memorial 24/176

No 1

PORTER, George Henry bootmaker Alberton 1876[-1889] Memorial 21/297

PORTER, George Henry bootmaker Alberton 1867 Application 8932

PORTER, George Henry shoemaker Alberton and Walter John Porter baker Queenstown 1869. Linked with John Henry Porter shoemaker Alberton Application 10060

PORTER, George Henry bootmaker Alberton, linked to the estate of Ellen Porter deceased 1880 Application 18048

PORTER, George bootmaker Alberton 1883 Application 19971

PORTER, George Henry, died March 1893 Memorial 72/419

No 1

PORTER, George William farmer Reedbeds 1848 Memorial 408/11, Application 18766

PORTER, George William publican formerly of the Reedbeds but now of Sturt St, Adelaide 1851 Memorial 46/135

PORTER, George William farmer formerly of the Reedbeds but now of Adelaide 1858 Memorial 320/136

PORTER, George William formerly of the Reedbeds but now of Adelaide 1871 Memorial 190/292

No 1

PORTER, Henry tailor Pt Adelaide 1854 Memorial 50/70

PORTER, Henry tailor Le Fevre Peninsula 1855[-1856] Memorial 224/93

No 1

PORTER, Henry railway porter Gawler South 1880 Application 18226

PORTER, Henry William Frankfort tailor Adelaide 1864 Memorial 333/193

No 1

PORTER, James ironmonger Adelaide (TA 81 Rundle St) 1853[-1860] Memorial 129/57

No 2

PORTER, James farmer New Tiers 1858 Memorial 281/137

No 3

PORTER, James carter Kensington 1859 Application 733

No 4

PORTER, James yeoman North Adelaide Co Adelaide. Mt Gambier township allotment land grant 1861 Grant Book 29 Page 200 County Grey

PORTER, James of North Adelaide 1861[-1864] Memorial 331/178

PORTER, James of North Adelaide linked with William Porter of Ardrossan 1881[-1883] Memorial 219/331

PORTER, James the Elder carter North Adelaide 1882 Application 19465 FIND

PORTER, James Robertson out of business 23 Jasper St, Hyde Park, aged 84 in 1968. He entered the firm of John REID & Sons Ltd at their premises at 3 Manton St, Hindmarsh, in January 1915. Retired in 1963 as Secretary of the firm Application 29744

No 1

PORTER, James Windmill draper Adelaide, a partner in the firm of James MARSHALL & Co Rundle St 1880 Memorial 161/331

PORTER, James Windmill draper Adelaide 1893 Memorial 126/417

No 1

PORTER, Jasper labourer near Springton Co Sturt. Hundred of Melville land grant 1876 Grant Book 19 Page 75 County Fergusson

No 2

PORTER, Jasper orchardist Kenton Valley 1912 Memorial 2/468

No 1

PORTER, John labourer Brighton 1851 Memorial 212/32

PORTER, John formerly of Brighton but now of New Town near Sydney NSW 1859 Memorial 114/155

No 2

PORTER, John farmer Hurtle Vale 1852 Memorial 236/40

PORTER, John farmer Hurtle Vale 1864 Application 5719

No 3

PORTER, John shoemaker Alberton 1855[-1871] Memorial 343/82

No 4 - perhaps the same person

PORTER, John miller Pt Adelaide 1866 Application 7680

PORTER, John miller Lyndoch Valley 1869[-1872] Memorial 21/240

PORTER, John miller Lyndoch Valley Co Adelaide. Narridy (Hundred of Narridy) township allotment land grant 1873 Grant Book 60 Page 483 County Victoria

PORTER, John miller formerly of Lyndoch 1872 but now of Narridy 1875 Application 14584

PORTER, John miller Narridy. Hundred of Narridy land grant 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 249 County Victoria

PORTER, John miller Narridy. Trustee Cemetery Hundred of Narridy Hundred of Narridy land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 252 County Victoria

PORTER, John miller Narridy Co Victoria. Gordon (Hundred of Kanyaka) township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 49 Page 108 County Newcastle

PORTER, John miller formerly of Lyndoch but now of Narridy 1892 Memorial 97/415

No 5

PORTER, John chemist Adelaide (pt TA 39 corner of Rundle and Pulteney Sts) 1898 Memorial 106/435

PORTER, John chemist Adelaide, became a bankrupt in 1899 Memorial 146/438

No 1

PORTER, John Barwick joiner North Adelaide 1840 Memorial 175/116

PORTER, John Barwick Government Works Overseer Adelaide 1847-1855 Memorial 150/9 Of the Parklands near Adelaide 1849 Memorial 349/15

PORTER, John Barwick gentleman Adelaide 1853[-1855] Memorial 204/55

PORTER, John Barwick architect South Parade near Adelaide, died c May 1856. He left his estate to various family members, including his wife, Elizabeth Rogers Porter and his daughter, Lettice Elizabeth Porter, amongst other beneficiaries. [It appears as though there were others in the family] Memorial 171/105

PORTER, John Barwick gentleman Adelaide, died 1/8/1856. He left estate to his wife, Elizabeth Rogers Porter, and Lettice Elizabeth Porter spinster both of South Parade near Adelaide by 1857 Memorial 7/114

PORTER, John Barwick architect South Parade, Parkside, near Adelaide, died 1/8/1856. Estate worth £2,000. The income from rents and investments to go into a trust fund. His wife to get £100 a year. Each son to get £10 pocketmoney until his 21st birthday. Then each son to get £300 when he turned 21 and each daughter to get £300 upon her 25th birthday or her marriage. His wife allowed to live in the family home until her death, or remarriage, nor 'permit any person to frequent her residence as a suitor for her in marriage'. After the wife died, the money from the sale of the house to be added to the trust fund and the whole estate distributed equally absolutely in remainder expectant to the children of the marriage. Elizabeth Rogers Porter widow of the late John Barwick Porter architect, died 24/7/1895 South Parade, Parkside. of morbus cordis, aged 85. Parents of Lettice Elizabeth Porter spinster Parkside and Thomas Drage Porter civil servant Adelaide. Other sons and daughters in the family 1896 Application 23218

No 1

PORTER, John George clerk Queenstown linked with Walter John Porter baker Hindmarsh 1892 Memorial 250/413

PORTER, John George clerk King William Road, Hyde Park linked with William George Henry Porter grocer Alberton 1925 Memorial 25/494

No 1

PORTER, John Henry shoemaker Alberton 1849[-1858] Memorial 299/14

PORTER, John Henry shoemaker [formerly of Alberton but now of] Queenstown 1861 Memorial 278/179

PORTER, Jonathan of Dublin Hundred of Dublin land grant 1878 Grant Book 26 Page 341 County Gawler

PORTER, Mary Ann widow Laura relict of the late Henry Woodruffe Porter now deceased 1891 Memorial 59/408

PORTER, Raymond Claude manager Pt Lincoln 1945 Application 28401

PORTER, Reg K bank officer Adelaide 1934 Memorial 182/507

PORTER, Robert farmer near Chinkford 1868 Memorial 247/234

PORTER, Robert Evelyn share broker 1 Edwin Tce, Gilberton, aged 56 in 1970, declared that he had lived in the Gilberton area since 1913 Application 29750

PORTER, Sophia widow Norwood [relict of the late Barzillai Porter] Hundred of Dublin land grant 1871 Grant Book 26 Page 336 County Gawler

PORTER, Thomas publican Alma Hotel Magill Rd, Norwood 1897[-1899] Memorial 230/430

No 1

PORTER, Thomas Drage civil service clerk Adelaide linked with Elizabeth Rogers Porter widow Parkside and Lettice Elizabeth Porter and Ellen Mary Porter spinsters Parkside 1875 Memorial 25/283

PORTER, Thomas Drage civil servant Adelaide 1884[-1906] Memorial 239/359

PORTER, Thomas Field merchant New Zealand 1842 Memorial 72/2

No 1

PORTER, Thomas Saunders stockholder Springbank near Kooringa 1860[-1863] Memorials 348/165 & 128/191

PORTER, Thomas Saunders stockholder Gawler Co Gawler. Hundred of Hanson land grant 1863 Grant Book 56 Page 300 County Stanley

PORTER, Thomas Saunders stockholder Gawler 1864. Apparently, he was in a stock partnership with Walter DUFFIELD of Gawler Application 4921

PORTER, Thomas Saunders gentleman Gawler 1864 Application 4896

PORTER, Thomas Saunders stockholder Gawler Co Gawler. Hundred of Kooringa land grant 1865[-1868] Grant Book 8 Page 14 County Burra

PORTER, Thomas Saunders Esquire North Adelaide 1877 Memorial 199/301

PORTER, Thomas Saunders Esquire Glenelg 1878[-1879] Memorial 198/305

PORTER, Thomas Saunders gentleman O’Halloran Hill 1883 Application 19877

PORTER, Thomas Saunders gentleman Glenthorne O'Halloran Hill, died 22/3/1890. Husband of Jane Elizabeth Porter. Two sons - Walter Hedley Rhead Porter sharebroker North Adelaide and Ernest Saunders Porter architect formerly of Broken Hill NSW but now of Kalgoorlie WA 1900 Application 23981

PORTER, Thomas Saunders gentleman Glenthorne O'Halloran Hill, died 22/3/1890. Executors: Walter Hedley Rhead Porter bank manager North Adelaide and Ernest Saunders Porter architect Broken Hill NSW Memorial 70/440

No 1

PORTER, WHR bank clerk Kapunda 1878 Memorial 249/311

PORTER, Walter Hedley Rhead banker Adelaide 1881[-1884] Memorial 212/331

PORTER, Walter Hedley Rhead of Broken Hill Chambers, King William St, Adelaide attorney for the Kalgoorlie United Gold Mining Co Ltd. He kept a register of shareholders living in SA 1898 Memorial 183/435

PORTER, Walter Hedley Rhead stock and share broker Adelaide 1920 Memorial 94/480

No 1

PORTER, Walter John baker Hindmarsh 1856 Memorial 259/99

PORTER, Walter John baker Queenstown 1859[-1868] Memorial 37/154

PORTER, Walter John baker Queenstown linked with Charles Frederick Porter baker Alberton 1868 Memorial 229/229

PORTER, Walter John storekeeper Queenstown 1879 Memorial 69/313

PORTER, Walter John agent Pt Adelaide 1881 Application 18920

PORTER, Walter John baker Queenstown 1883 Application 19742

PORTER, Walter John grocer Queenstown 1886 Out of business 1916 Memorials 153 & 158/492

PORTER, Walter John storekeeper Queenstown 1911 Application 25939

No 1

PORTER, William labourer Adelaide 1840 Yeoman Adelaide by 1858 Application 26309

No 2

PORTER, William yeoman Athelstone 1853[-1854] Memorial 289/51

No 3

PORTER, William labourer Happy Valley 1854[-1855] Memorial 169/79

No 4

PORTER, William farmer Reedbeds 1854 Memorial 229/62

No 5

PORTER, William farmer Dublin. Hundred of Dublin land grant 1880 Grant Book 26 Page 344 County Gawler

No 6 - likely to be the same person

PORTER, William of Ardrossan 1881 Memorial 219/331

PORTER, William farmer Petersville near Ardrossan 1885 Memorial 117/363

PORTER, William farmer Ardrossan 1888 Memorial 226/393

PORTER, William D clerk Adelaide 1878 Application 16559

No 1

PORTER, William Field of Adelaide 1839 Application 16325

PORTER, William Field merchant Pt Lincoln 1839 Memorial 221/47

PORTER, William Field merchant [formerly of Pt Lincoln but then] of Auckland New Zealand early 1842 Memorial 245/2

PORTER, William Field Esquire [formerly of Auckland NZ but then of] Pt Lincoln late 1842 Memorial 245/2

PORTER, William Field [formerly Esquire Pt Lincoln but now] merchant Auckland New Ulster Island New Zealand 1848 Memorial 59/11

PORTER, William Field formerly of Adelaide then Pt Lincoln 1839, died 30/3/1869 Mangatangi, near Auckland, New Zealand. He left £300 in cash to his son, William Porter farmer Mangatangi, apart from investing £100 of that sum in real estate to benefit his two granddaughters, Agnes Amy and Alice Lila SALMON, which they inherited equally absolutely when they turned 21 Application 16325, Application 27795

PORTER, William Field formerly of Pt Lincoln, but late of Mangatangi, Thames District, Auckland New Zealand, died March 1869. His executor, William Porter the Younger settler Mangatangi, Thames District, Auckland New Zealand, appointed William BARTLEY gentleman and Alfred SPENCE land agent both of Adelaide, to sell WF Porter’s land in the Pt Lincoln Special Survey and settle his SA estate 5/2/1873. In 1858, WF PORTER had authorised William Bartley to sell some allotments in Gawler for him Deposit 17/1878

No 1

PORTER, William George Henry grocer Alberton 1925 Memorial 25/494

PORTER, William George Henry formerly grocer Alberton but now storekeeper Adelaide (Halifax St) 1932 Memorial 63/505

PORTER, William George Henry out of business Belair 1939 Application 28203

No 1

PORTER, William Hobbs farmer Reedbeds 1851[-1859] Memorial 147/34

PORTER, William Hobbs [formerly farmer but now/or possibly farmer and] licensed victualler Reedbeds 1859 Memorial 168/153

No 1

PORTER, William John labourer Hundred of Noarlunga 1886 Memorial 132/379

PORTER, William John gardener Hundred of Noarlunga 1891 Memorial 88/409

PORTER, William Nathan carter Gilberton and Edith Maud Marie Porter his wife 1892 Memorial 245/413

PORTER, WJ baker Queenstown 1880 Application 18201

No 1

PORTWINE, John shoemaker Gawler 1850[-1854] Memorial 179/25

PORTWINE, John cordwainer Thebarton 1854 Memorial 255/78

PORTWINE, John cordwainer formerly of Gawler but now of Thebarton 1855 Memorial 123/88

POSSELT, Josef farmer Robertstown 1885 Memorial 88/369

POSSELT, Karthan the Younger labourer Towitta 1896 Grant Book 17 Page 32 County Eyre

No 1

POSSINGHAM, Alfred farmer Bugle Ranges 1865 Memorial 247/203

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

POSSINGHAM, Alfred and John butchers Houghton 1875 Memorial 22/285

POSSINGHAM, Alfred James farmer Bugle Ranges 1855 Memorial 493/80

POSSINGHAM, Alfred Reeds butcher Houghton 1876[-1880] Memorial 235/290

POSSINGHAM, James farmer Bugle Ranges 1861. Alfred James Possingham also named Application 2311

No 1

POSSINGHAM, John butcher Houghton 1873 Memorial 52/265

POSSINGHAM, John butcher Houghton 1873 Application 12757

POSSINGHAM, John storekeeper Houghton, died 9/9/1879 intestate. Letters of administration to his wife, Mary Ann Possingham, to settle the esate Memorial 148/319

POSSINGHAM, Mrs MA widow Houghton 1892 Application 22288

POSSINGHAM, Sidney Thomas Johnson storekeeper Houghton. Father of Harold Kennedy Possingham driver Houghton. Father-in-law of Yvonne Rae Joffreen Possingham 1942 Memorial 53/516

POSSINGHAM, Thomas Henry storekeeper Houghton and Elizabeth Frances Possingham his wife 1908 Memorial 148/459

No 1

POST, F of Eudunda 1894 Memorial 39/421

POST, Friedrich Johann August labourer Eudunda Hundred of English land grant 1894 Grant Book 17 Page 174 County Eyre

POST, Otto Friedrich carrier Eudunda. Emmaeus Lutheran Church trustee 1928 Memorial 155/500

POTTER, Ann Eliza widow O'Halloran Hill, died 7/9/1939. Executrix; Mary Elizabeth PHILPS married woman O'Halloran Hill (linked with Abel Richard Philps labourer O'Halloran Hill Memorials 40 & 54a/514

No 1

POTTER, AW hotelkeeper Pt Lincoln 1888 Memorial 248/390

POTTER, Abraham Wells licensed victualler Lipson Hundred of Yaranyacka land grant 1897 Grant Book 179 Page 207 County Flinders

No 1

POTTER, Bartholomew gentleman Adelaide 1849 Memorial 280/17

POTTER, Bartholomew gentleman Kapunda 1850 Memorial 20/25

POTTER, Bartholomew butcher Enfield 1856[-1857] Memorial 71/112

POTTER, Bartholemew butcher Enfield 1868 Application 9558

POTTER, Bartholomew farmer Enfield 1877[-1882] Memorial 21/306

POTTER, Bartholomew formerly butcher but now gentleman Enfield 1883 Application 19982

POTTER, Charles blacksmith Adelaide 1876 Memorial 133/288

No 1

POTTER, Daniel farmer Mt Gambier 1855[-1878] Memorial 248/87

POTTER, Margaret widow Mt Gambier 1899 Application 23877.

POTTER, Margaret widow of the late Daniel Potter farmer Mt Gambier, died 14/7/1902 Private Hospital Ward St, North Adelaide, of senility, asthenia, and cardiac failure, aged 79 Memorial 118/446, Application 24461.

POTTER, Edward labourer Hog Bay Kangaroo Island. Hundred of Dudley land grant 1902 Grant Book 11 Page 11 County Carnarvon

POTTER, Ernest Joseph labourer Morphett Vale 1906[-1910] Memorial 127/455

POTTER, ER bank clerk Kadina 1892 Memorial 65/415

POTTER, Frederick licensed victualler City Market Hotel Adelaide (TA 379 Gouger St) 1880[-1902] Memorial 26/357

No 1 - likely to be the same person

POTTER, George licensed victualler Lord Lynedoch Inn Lyndoch Valley 1857 Memorial 220/131

POTTER, George storekeeper Lyndoch 1865 Memorial 110/208

No 1 - perhaps the same person

POTTER, Harry labourer Reynella 1891 Memorial 17/411

POTTER, Harry labourer McLaren Vale. Hundred of Kuitpo land grant 1921 Grant Book 2 Page 105

County Adelaide

No 1 - perhaps the same person

POTTER, Henry clerk Adelaide 1876 Memorial 78/287

POTTER, Henry of the SA Carrying Company's office Adelaide Railway Station Adelaide 1876 Application 15496

POTTER, Henry of Adelaide employee of the SA Gas Co Ltd 1889 Memorial 110/397

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

POTTER, Herbert labourer Kensington 1851[-1888] Memorial 458/34

POTTER, Herbert labourer Cranbourne near Kensington 1853 Memorial 375/47

POTTER, Herbert yeoman Cranbourne 1872 Memorial 83/262

POTTER, Herbert gentleman North Kensington 1885 Application 20461

POTTER, Herbert the Elder gentleman North Kensington, died c1894. He lived in a sub-division called Cranbourne. Legacy to Martha BROOKER wife of Harry Brooker iron worker College Park, and the residue of the estate to his son, Herbert Potter the Younger labourer North Kensington Application 22811

No 1 - probably the same person

POTTER, James and William of Battunga lately called Watergate 1843 Memorial 178/3

POTTER, James bricklayer Meadows 1855 Memorial 432/83

POTTER, James mason Meadows foundation trustee Meadows Wesleyan Methodist Chapel 1855 Memorial 249/84

POTTER, James formerly brickmaker 1858 but now farmer The Meadows 1861 Application 2099

POTTER, James farmer Meadows 1863 Memorial 109/188

POTTER, James bricklayer The Meadows 1863 Application 4409

POTTER, James foundation trustee Meadows Wesleyan Methodist Chapel (Section 3490 Hundred of Kuitpo), had died by 1897 Application 23395

No 2

POTTER, James publican Albion Hotel, Adelaide (Morphett St) 1847[-1855] Memorial 207/8

POTTER, Ellen licensed victualler Noarlunga [widow of James Potter] 5-year lease at £100 a year for The Horse Shoe Inn from Philip HOLLINS gentleman Norwood 1861 Memorial 207/176

No 3

POTTER, James labourer Glenelg 1852[-1853] Memorial 22/42

No 4

POTTER, James refreshment rooms keeper Riverton 1880 Memorial 182/322

POTTER, James restaurant keeper Riverton leased Section 553 for 6 years from Holy Trinity Anglican congregation Riverton 1906 Memorial 90/455

No 5

POTTER, James farmer Morphett Vale 1895 Application 22974

No 6

POTTER, James licensed victualler Murray Bridge 1895 Application 22856

No 7

POTTER, James carter O'Halloran Hill 1901 Memorial 17/443

POTTER, James carter O'Halloran Hill and Annie Eliza Potter his wife 1924 Memorial 150/490

POTTER, Ann Eliza widow O'Halloran Hill, died 7/9/1939. She could not write. Her son Howard George Potter labourer O'Halloran Hill to have the right to live in her house for life, then the house to be sold and the proceeds to be divided equally absolutely in remainder expectant amongst her surviving children. The rest of the estate to be sold directly after her death and the proceeds to be divided equally absolutely amongst her children, including her son Howard George Potter labourer O'Halloran Hill, after the trustee had erected a headstone and railing over the graves of her husband and herself. Daughter Mary Elizabeth PHILPS married woman O'Halloran Hill mentioned by name. She was a widow by 1967 Application 29784

POTTER, JFW undertaker Broken Hill NSW 1928 Application 27449

No 1

POTTER, John gentleman Adelaide 1869 Memorial 239/238

No 2

POTTER, John storekeeper formerly of Birmingham, Co Warwick, England but then of Norwood, died 1871. He left his entire estate to his wife, Charlotte Potter, except for £100, to go into trust with Thomas Potter of 3 Park St, Walsall, Staffs, England, for the testator's niece, Clara WALL, daughter of George and Elizabeth Wall of Birmingham Memorial 95/255

POTTER, Charlotte widow Norwood 1872, relict of the late John Potter Application 12040

POTTER, Charlotte widow Norwood 1879 Memorial 28/313

POTTER, Charlotte widow The Parade, Norwood 1885 Memorial 214/368

No 3

POTTER, John gardener Adelaide and Catherine Potter widow Fullarton (relict of the late William Potter ) both formerly of Seaview The Sturt 1890 Memorial 134/402

No 1

POTTER, John Hollings teacher Kulnine/Kulninie/Kulkine Murray River 1860 Memorial 70/170

No 2

POTTER, John Hollings butcher Kapunda 1868 Memorial 188/233

POTTER, John Thomas farmer Enfield 1920 Application 26931

POTTER, Joseph farmer Clarendon 1903 Memorial 169/450

No 1

POTTER, Lazarus farmer Kingston S-E Hundred of Joyce land grant 1882 Grant Book 51 Page 9 County Robe

POTTER, Lazarus farmer Tatiara 1884 Memorial 21/360

No 1 - perhaps the same person

POTTER, Oswald of Balaklava 1877[-1883] Memorial 56/304

POTTER, Oswald of Balaklava Hundred of Balaklava land grant 1879 Grant Book 26 Page 112 County Gawler

POTTER, Oswald of Balaklava Hundred of Stow land grant 1885 Grant Book 56 Page 448 County Stanley

POTTER, Oswald farmer near Meadows 1889 Memorial 36/398

No 1

POTTER, Peter farmer Moororoo 1846 Memorial 432/8

POTTER, Peter blacksmith Moororoo 1849 Memorial 38/25

POTTER, Peter blacksmith Lyndoch Valley Survey 1850. He bought 3 land grant sections in the Hundred of Barossa. Enrolments 13 & 14/46

POTTER, Peter farmer Moorooroo Co Light and Jane Potter his wife 1851 Memorial 5/36

POTTER, Peter blacksmith Section 566 Hundred of Barossa 1854 Memorial 336/68

POTTER, Peter farmer near Lyndoch Valley 1862 Application 3431

POTTER, Peter formly blacksmith later farmer Lyndoch died NDG. He left a life interest in trust in his real estate to his wife, Jane, then as the will directed to his sons, Samuel Potter farmer Lyndoch, George Potter no description and Edward Potter farmer near Lyndoch Valley [later of Gawler], absolutely in remainder expectant. Caleb Potter tinsmith Mt Barker, born at Cliffe near Lewes, Sussex, England, on 13/4/1813, the eldest son of Peter Potter blacksmith Cliffe, and his wife, Jane. Joshua GURR gentleman Currie St, Adelaide, supplied the above information in 1883. Son George Potter became a bankrupt by 1883 Applications 12493 & 20014

No 2

POTTER, Peter farmer near Hansborough Hundred of Terowie land grant 1878 Grant Book 40 Page 6 County Kimberley

POTTER, Peter farmer Terowie Hundred of Yanyarrie land grant 1886 Grant Book 28 Page 35 County Granville

POTTER, Richard mason Adelaide and Sarah Ann Potter his wife 1863 Memorial 99/191

POTTER, Robert yeoman Cranbourne near Adelaide 1857 Memorial 145/129

No 1

POTTER, Samuel master of the ship Omega, Burlington Place, London, Middlesex, England 1852 Memorial 420/88

No 2

POTTER, Samuel blacksmith Rowlands Flat 1859 Memorial 214/153

POTTER, Samuel blacksmith Lyndoch Valley. Hundred of Barossa land grant 1857[-1862] Grant Book 1 Page 47 County Adelaide

POTTER, Samuel blacksmith Lyndoch Valley 1863 Memorial 235/194

POTTER, Samuel farmer Lyndoch 1865 Memorial 110/208

POTTER, Samuel out of business near Lyndoch 1890 Application 21979

POTTER, Samuel farmer Langhome near Lyndoch . Likely a family link with Ephraim Edward Potter of Minyip Vic 1891 Memorial 161/411

POTTER, Samuel farmer and blacksmith Lyndoch 1892 Memorial 145/415

POTTER, Sydney Frank farm labourer Lipson Hundred of Yaranyacka land grant 1897 Grant Book 179 Page 207 County Flinders

No 1

POTTER, Thomas labourer Noarlunga 1853 Memorial 277/60

POTTER, Thomas formerly labourer Noarlunga but now gold digger Daisy Hill Diggings Vic 1864. William Barnes HOOPER labourer Mitcham, added: Thomas Potter was frequently visiting Noarlunga from the date of the land sale (1853) and 1858-1859 when he married Mrs MATTHEWS and returend to Victoria, and has not since to the best of declarant’s belief been in this colony’. Apparently for a time while in SA, T Potter lived with WB Hooper. Application 7679.

No 2

POTTER, Thomas farmer Moorooroo Creek Barossa Ranges 1854 Memorial 68/75

No 3

POTTER, Thomas groom Parkside 1864 Application 5595.

No 4

POTTER, Thomas wheelwright Chaddesley Corbett, Co Worcester, England and Elizabeth Potter, his wife, power of attorney to Alexander BIRRELL gentleman Norwood, to manage their SA real estate 27/12/1871 Deposit 199/1879

No 5

POTTER, Thomas farmer Terowie Hundred of Terowie land grant 1879 Grant Book 40 Page 8 County Kimberley

POTTER, Thomas farmer Yarcowie Hundred of Terowie land grant 1879 Grant Book 40 Page 10 County Kimberley

No 1

POTTER, William gardener Fullarton 1852[-1857] Memorial 253/39

POTTER, William gardener Fullarton, died 17/7/1879. His eldest son, John Potter formerly shepherd Sea View The Sturt but now warder Adelaide 1913 Memorial 119/469

POTTER, William gardener Fullarton, died 17/7/1879. He left his widow, Catherine Potter, a life interest in trust in his estate. Estate worth £100. After her death, the estate to be sold and the children to have an equal share of the proceeds. Catherine Potter widow Fisher St, Fullarton, died 15/6/1913, of senile decay and 12 days' cerebral haemorrhage, aged 81. Born in Dublin, Ireland. In SA 74 years. Married aged 17 years 3 sons and 2 daughters living; 2 sons and 5 daughters deceased. The Potters' eldest son, John Potter, the executor and trustee. By 1917, John Potter formerly shepherd Seaview Sturt now warder in HM Gaol Adelaide Application 26561

No 2

POTTER, William labourer Hurtle Vale 1854[-1855] Memorial 282/70

POTTER, William yeoman Hurtle Vale and Rebecca Potter his wife 1859 Memorial 60/158

POTTER, William labourer Reynella and Rebecca Potter his wife 1866 Application 7626

No 3

POTTER, William labourer Mt Barker 1878 Application 16920

No 1

POTTER, William Norwood agent Blanchetown 1870 Memorial 223/247

POTTER, William Norwood husband of Eliza Jane Potter 1871 Memorial 108/252

No 1

POTTER, WH accountant c/- E ROBINS of The Parade, Norwood 1924 Memorial 155/491 

POTTER, WH accountant The Parade Norwood 1929[-1931] Memorial 90/502

POTTER, William Harry accountant The Parade, Norwood 1938, declared that he had had close business dealings with the Cox family of Norwood since 1911 Application 28039

POTTERTON, Charles Nathan labourer Portland Estate 1874[-1876] Memorial 62/271, Application 13741

POTTHORST, Franz gentleman Adelaide 1855 Memorial 65/95

POTTICARY, Henry farmer Alma Plains Hundred of Dalkey land grant 1878 Grant Book 26 Page 234 County Gawler

POTTS, Edward William formerly farmer and vigneron Langhorne Creek but now railway employe Bundamba Qld 1952 Memorial 174/527

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

POTTS, Francis carpenter Adelaide 1840 Application 9954

POTTS, Francis carpenter Adelaide 1847 Memorial 157/57

POTTS, Frank farmer The Bremer 1850[-1858] Memorial 40/24

POTTS, Frank and Henry farmers The Bremer 1888 Memorial 59/392

POTTS, Frank the Eder farmer Langhorne Creek, died 15/11/1890 Memorial 36/407

POTTS, Frank the Elder farmer Langhorne Creek, died c1890. By 1900, his children were disposed thus: Frederick, Henry, Edward and Louis Potts farmers Langhorne Creek, Elizabeth SMITH widow and Lucy DAENKE wife of Louis Leonard Daenke farmer Custon Memorial 154/441

POTTS, Frank vigneron Langhorne Creek, died 18/8/1917. His widow, Alice Elizabeth Potts, died 1/9/1935. Parents of Arthur Bridgman Potts vigneron Langhorne Creek born 19/7/1893, and Allan Victor Potts vigneron Langhorne Creek, born 27/2/1902 Memorial 78/509

No 1

POTTS, Frederic farmer The Bremer 1888 Memorial 60/392

POTTS, Frederick farmer Langhorne Creek 1900[-1905] Memorial 154/441

POTTS, Frederick farmer formerly of Milang but now of Langhorne Creek 1906 Memorial 18/455

No 1

POTTS, James Carter farmer Gawler 1854 Memorial 203/76

POTTS, James C Baker Springs Hotel Baker Springs 1860 Memorial 96/168

POTTS, James Carter farmer Rhynie Hundred of Balaklava land grant 1863 Grant Book 26 Page 149 County Gawler

POTTS, James Carter sheepfarmer Old White Hut Balaklava Plains Hundred of Balaklava land grant 1863 Grant Book 26 Page 149 County Gawler

POTTS, John Carter auctioneer Caltowie. Hundred of Caltowie land grant 1873 Grant Book 60 Page 180 County Victoria

POTTS, James Carter storekeeper Caltowie. Trustee Cemetery Caltowie Hundred of Caltowie land grant 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 182 County Victoria

POTTS, James Carter stockholder near Pt Wakefield Co Gawler. Hundred of Hart land grant 1866 Grant Book 56 Page 487 County Stanley

POTTS, James Carter farmer Orroroo Hundred of Willochra land grant 1877 Grant Book 24 Page 537 County Frome

POTTS, James Carter carter Eurelia 1879 Book 13 Page 286 County Dalhousie

POTTS, James Carter farmer Eurelia. Hundred of Eurelia land grant 1882 Grant Book 13 Page 382 County Dalhousie

POTTS, James Carter farmer Eurelia 1885[-1892] Memorial 58/367

POTTS, James Carter farmer Eurelia. John Hay Carter Potts mentioned but not described 1890 Memorial 10/405

POTTS, Jessie Flora Carter spinster Eurelia 1885 Memorial 56/367

POTTS, John Henry Carter farmer Eurelia 1887 Memorial 158/383

No 1

POTTS, Louis publican Langhorne Creek 1912 Memorial 121/467

POTTS, Louis formerly hotelkeeper but then out of business Langhorne Creek, died 24/10/1926 Strathalbyn. Father of Thomas Francis Potts orchardist Langhorne Creek Memorial 100/497

POTTS, Norman Stanley labourer Charleston 1940 Memorial 79/514

POTTS, Richard Vincent mechanic Langhorne Creek 1913 Memorial 43/470

No 1

POTTS, Robert husbandman Alberton 1842 Memorial 18/13

POTTS, Robert labourer Adelaide 1845 Memorial 118/5

No 2

POTTS, Robert farmer Gawler 1852 Memorial 369/48

POTTS, Robert farmer Gawler Plains 1855 Hundred of Nuriootpa land grant Memorial 135/84

POTTS, Robert farmer Section 29 Hundred of Nuriootpa 1855 Memorial 190/89

POTTS, Spencer Frederick postmaster Langhorne Creek 1952 Memorial 165/527

No 1

POTTS, Spraggan Carter farmer Eurelia. Hundred of Eurelia land grant 1882 Grant Book 13 Page 382 County Dalhousie

POTTS, Spraggan Carter of Eurelia 1885 Memorial 63/367

POTTS, William Andrew Methodist minister Mt Gambier 1928 Memorial 111/501

No 1 - possibly the same person

POULDEN, Frederick clerk to John BRADY solicitor Kapunda 1868 Memorial 131/229

POULDEN, Frederick M clerk to HC PALMER solicitor Kapunda 1870 Memorial 80/246

POULDEN, Frederick Morland gentleman New Zealand and Anna Poulden his wife formerly Anna FLETT 1881 Memorial 75/336

No 1

POULDEN, William Augustus solicitor Adelaide 1842[-1854] Memorial 236/1

POULDEN, William Augustus of Waymouth St, Adelaide 1850 Memorial 154/24

POULDEN, William Augustus solicitor Bold Venture South Road 1846 Memorial 494/6

POULDEN, William Augustus gentleman Adelaide 1846[-1854] Memorial 152/59

No 1

POULISH, Frank, Frederick and Joseph farmers Hundred of Parnaroo 1892 Memorial 166/414

POULISH, Frederick farmer Parnaroo 1896 Memorial 41/428

No 1

POULSON (perhaps PAULSON), Thomas shoemaker Adelaide 1851[-1880] Memorial 287/29

No 2

POULSON, Thomas baker Stepney 1856 Memorial 408/98

No 1

POULTON, Charles labourer Alma Hundred of Dalkey land grant 1881[-1883] Grant Book 26 Page 235 County Gawler

POULTON, Charles farmer Dalkey Owen township allotment land grant 1881[-1882] Grant Book 27 Page 444 County Gawler

POULTON, Isaac farmer Glencoe Hundred of Young land grant 1901 Grant Book 30 Page 129 County Grey

No 1

POULTON, James farmer Hundred of Grace trustee School and Cemetery Hundred of Grace Hundred of Grace land grant 1875 Grant Book 27 Page 52 County Gawler

POULTON, James farmer Grace Plains Hundred of Dalkey land grant 1879 Grant Book 26 Page 223 County Gawler

POULTON, James farmer Dalkey Hundred of Dalkey land grant 1882 Grant Book 26 Page 240 County Gawler

No 1

POULTON, John hawker Bowden 1881 Memorial 169/334

POULTON, John hawker Bowden Hundred of Dalkey land grant 1884 Grant Book 26 Page 245 County Gawler

No 2

POULTON, John farmer Blyth trustee unnamed Church Hundred of Blyth Hundred of Blyth land grant 1885 Grant Book 56 Page 365 County Stanley

No 3

POULTON, John and Alfred Edward Poulton farmers Hopetoun Vic had an interest in Section 2066 Survey B Hundred of Yatala 1904 Memorial 101/451

POULTON, Maurice William and POULTON, Ernest brickmakers Brompton Park 1916 Application 26504

POULTON, Thomas labourer Bowden 1854 Memorial 432/62

POULTON, Thomas Edward labourer Dalkey Hundred of Dalkey land grant 1882 Grant Book 26 Page 240 County Gawler

No 1

POULTON, William labourer Alma Hundred of Dalkey land grant 1882[-1883] Grant Book 26 Page 240 County Gawler

POULTON, William brickmaker Brompton Park 1892 Application 22323

POULTON, William brickmaker Prospect 1899[-1904] Memorial 165/438

POULTON, William brickmaker Brompton 1894 Application 22736

POULTON, William brickmaker 15 Second St, Bowden 1900 Application 29296

No 1

POUND, Henry labourer North Adelaide 1850 Memorial 128/20

POUND, Henry of Kensington 1851 Memorial 194/31

POUND, Henry member of the SA Building and Investment Society Kensington 1852 Memorial 133/44

POUND, Henry labourer Cranbourne near Adelaide 1853 Linked with William Pound labourer Glen Osmond Memorial 170/58

POUND, Henry coachman Kensington 1855[-1869] Linked with William Pound coachman Adelaide Memorial 398/92 Linked with William Pound yeoman Glen Osmond 1868 Memorial 68/235

POUND, Henry yeoman Cranbourne linked with William Pound contractor Glen Osmond 1869 Memorial 59/237

POUND, Henry yeoman Kensington linked with William Pound yeoman Glen Osmond 1869 Memorial 248/242

POUND, Henry stationman North Kensington 1876[-1885] Memorial 170/293, Application 20728

POUND, Henry yeoman Cranboure and Tabitha Pound his wife linked with William Pound contractor Glen Osmond 1885 Memorial 84/363

POUND, Henry yeoman Cranbourne (Section 288 Hundred of Adelaide) and Tabitha Pound, his wife 1885. Family - Emma CROWHURST nee Pound wife of Charles Crowhurst; William Henry Pound; Ellen GAMBLING wife of John Gambling; Charles John Pound; Mary Ann KINNISH nee Pound wife of William Kinnish; Elizabeth Hansford nee Pound wife of John Hansford; Eliza CORNELL wife of William Cornell Application 20410

No 2

POUND, Henry shoemaker Norwood 1872 Application 12121

No 1 - perhaps the Elder

POUND, John carpenter Adelaide 1856[-1869] Memorial 110/110

POUND, John carpenter Norwood 1858 Memorial 170/136

POUND, John [formerly carpenter but now] clerk Adelaide 1871 Memorial 102/251

POUND, John gentleman Adelaide 1876 Memorial 21/290

No 2 - the Younger

POUND, John the Younger civil servant Norwood, died c1878. His widow, Mary Ann Pound, died 11/8/1896. Father of William Henry Pound no description Memorial 247/429

POUND, John HM civil servant Norwood,, died 2/6/1878. His widow, Mary Anne Pound, died 11/8/1896. Probably parents of William Henry Pound grocer Edward St, Norwood 1897 Memorial 206/431

No 1

POUND, William yeoman Glen Osmond 1857[-1868] Memorial 197/120

POUND, William undertaker Glen Osmond 1879 Application 17950

POUND, William contractor Glen Osmond Hundred of Bagot land grant 1879 Grant Book 17 Page 232a County Eyre

POUND, William contractor Glen Osmond 1881 Memorial 170/337

POUND, William the Elder contractor Glen Osmond 1882 Memorial 188/344

POUND, William the Elder contractor Marble Hill 1888 Application 21324.

POUND, William gardener formerly of Glen Osmond but now of Marble Hill. Husband of Eliza Pound 1889 Application 21619

No 1 - probably the same person

POUNSETT, Henry Rothwell gentleman Adelaide 1842[-1851] Memorial 437/19

POUNSETT, Henry Rothwell clerk to Thomas WILSON Gawler Place, Adelaide 1846[-1848] Memorial 307/7

POUNSETT, H Rothwell of Willunga 1881 Memorial 180/336

POUNSETT, Henry Walter insurance clerk Unley Road Unley linked with Emma Pounsett of Adelaide 1888 Memorial 153/391

No 1

POUNSETT, William Rothwell telegraph operator Redhill and Sarah Ann Pounsett his wife 1881 Memorial 227/334

POUNSETT, WR station master Redhill 1882 Application 19291

No 1

POVALL, Arthur clerk Riverton and Jane Povall his wife 1889[-1892] Memorial 68/398

POVALL, Jane licensed victualler Adelaide (Adelaide Hotel Hindley St) 1900[-1901] Memorial 225/440

No 1

POVEY, Edward managing clerk to Messrs SYMON, ROUNSEVELL & CLELAND solicitors Adelaide 1907[-1909] Memorial 158/458

POVEY, Edward solicitor Adelaide (Waymouth St) 1951 Application 28824

POW, Francis the Elder of North Tce, Adelaide, died 1875. He left his entire estate to his wife, Eliza Pow, for life, then to their 5 sons, Francis the Younger, George, James, Thomas and Robert Pow in equal shares in remainder expectant. Francis Pow the Elder was in business partnership with David BLACK of Melbourne Vic Memorial 98/280

POWELL, A clerk to JJ LAWRIE bank manager Mt Gambier 1905 Memorial 91/510

No 1 - probably the same person

POWELL, Alfred butcher North Adelaide 1880 Memorial 5/326

POWELL, Alfred butcher Walkerville 1887 Memorial 7/382

POWELL, Arthur Robert farmer Pinnaroo. Hundred of Pinnaroo land grant 1909 Grant Book 12 Page 45 County Chandos

POWELL, Arthur William farmer Clarendon 1888 Application 21318

No 1

POWELL, Charles, Evan Powell and James Price Powell drapers Adelaide (Rundle St) 1857[-1862] James Price Powell sold his share in the business to his two partners in 1862 Memorials 288/127, 31/182

POWELL, Jane wife of Charles Powell retired from business Walkerville 1884 had lived in SA before 1842 Application 20177

POWELL, Charles out of business Walkerville 1894 . He had bought pt lot 23 in William St, Walkerville, in 1839, from David TEAKLE, and another part of the same allotment in 1840 from Peter PEGLER. C Powell immediately built a home on the site and had lived there ever since. H been declared an insolvent on 1/10/1841, but even thought the Insolvency Court saw the deeds to this land at the time, it did not resume the property Application 22729

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

POWELL, Charles Bendin bricklayer Walkerville 1839 Memorial 72/284

POWELL, Charles Bendin butcher Walkerville 1865 Memorial 316/205

POWELL, Charles Bendin station manager Wilpena 1875[-1883] Memorial 8/281

POWELL, Charles Bendin formerly of Walkerville but now overseer Wilpena Station 1886 Memorial 208/374

POWELL, Charles Bendin the Elder gentleman William St, Walkerville 1889 Application 21724

POWELL, Charles Bendin the Younger manager Wilpena Station 1889 Application 21724

POWELL, Charles Bendin formerly station manager Wilpena but now out of business Burnside 1892 Memorial 12/412 Gentleman Coromandel Valley 1892 Memorial 13/412

POWELL, Charles Bendin producer Coromandel Valley linked with Henry Arthur Powell medical practitioner Kadina 1903 Memorial 160/449

POWELL, David farmer Kersbrook, died 7/9/1893. Estate worth £586. Husband of Mary Powell. Step-father of William STEPHENSON farmer Kersbrook Memorial 65/419

No 1

POWELL, Edward licensed victualler Bremer River 1854 Memorial 243/68

POWELL, Edward formerly licensed victualler Bremer River 1854 but now farmer Langhorne Creek 1864 Application 4992

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of the previous entry

POWELL, Edward Henry licensed victualler Langhorne Creek 1853 Memorial 56/49

POWELL, Edward Henry farmer Langhorne Creek 1864 Memorial 94/194

POWELL, Edward Henry farmer Langhorne Creek, died 15/2/1893. His widow, Hannah Powell, died 11/10/1896. Eldest son George Friend Powell formerly blacksmith Wolseley but now mine employe Broken Hill NSW. Emma Powell spinster Langhorne Creek and Harriet CRAIG wife of William Craig farmer Langhorne Creek 1897 Memorial 134/430

POWELL, Edwin Francis brass moulder 2 Cleland Ave, Unley 1935 Application 27970

POWELL, Edwin Henry farmer Strathalbyn 1854 Memorial 483/74

POWELL, Eliza of Ballarat Vic 1889 Memorial 81/396

POWELL, Eliza Lavinia widow Adelaide 1876 Memorial 214/293

No 1

POWELL, Emma spinster Langhorne Creek 1897 Memorial 134/430

POWELL, Emma spinster Langhorne Creek, died 23/11/1903. Sister of the late George Friend Powell. Cousin to George CLEGGETT farmer Langhorne Creek Memorial 49/450

POWELL, Emma Jane spinster youngest daughter of Thomas William Powell gentleman Kooringa 1857 Memorial 124/127

No 1

POWELL, Evan James gardener Kersbrook 1905[-1907] Memorial 20/453

POWELL, Evan James market gardener Kersbrook 1936, declared that had been born 1/1/1865 at Kersbrook, and had lived in the area all his life Application 27988

POWELL, Frederick Charles labourer Clarendon 1914 Application 26312

No 1

POWELL, George Friend and Emma Powell both of Langhorne Creek eldest son and eldest daughter respectively of the late Edward Henry Powell farmer Langhorne Creek, who died 15/2/1893. Links with the CLEGGETT family of Mt Barker and Langhorne Creek 1893 Memorials 11 &12 /417

POWELL, George Friend formerly blacksmith Wolseley but now mine employe Broken Hill NSW 1897 Memorial 134/130

No 1

POWELL, GF bank manager Yankalilla 1906 Memorial 112/455

POWELL, George F bank manager Yankalilla 1911 Memorial 95/467

POWELL, George Thomas coachsmith Adelaide (Owen St) 1893 Memorial 105/417

No 1

POWELL, Harrison gentleman Willunga 1876 Memorial 96/294

POWELL, Harrison gentleman Willunga, died 17/8/1879 intestate. Letters of administration to his wife, Margaret Eleanor Powell, to settle his £600 estate Memorial 95/320

POWELL, Harrison gentleman Willunga 1865[-c1880], died c1880. The bulk of his estate in trust during her widowhood to his wife, Margaret Eleanor Powell who was living at Mt Pleasant shortly after his death. Bequests to his brothers, John Folliott Powell and William Powell, living in England, and his son, Francis Douglas Powell no description. [Likely to be other children in the family but not named] Memorial 31/324

POWELL, Harrison died 17/8/1879. His widow, Margaret Eleanor Powell, lived at Unley by 1883 Memorial 142/347

POWELL, Margaret Eleanor widow Parkside 1881, relict of the late Harrison Powell who died 17/8/1879 Memorial 78/335

No 1

POWELL, Henry bailiff of the local court Mt Gambier 1876 Memorial 206/295

No 2

POWELL, Henry the Younger tailor Bordertown. Hundred of Wirrega land grant 1885 Grant Book 7 Page 44 County Buckingham

No 1 - perhaps the same person

POWELL, Henry Joseph chandler Adelaide (Russell St) 1866 Memorial 219/212

POWELL, Henry Joseph carter Adelaide and Mary Powell his wife 1876 Memorial 26/294

No 1

POWELL, James tailor Norwood 1850[-1853] Memorial 403/26

POWELL, James tailor formerly of Norwood now of Collingwood Vic 1853 linked with William Powell tailor Norwood [Likely that an Alfred Powell also belongs to this family] Memorial 25/53

No 2

POWELL, James the Elder solicitor Chichester, Sussex, England, power of attorney to George MORPHETT Esquire Rottingdean, Sussex, about to depart for SA, and Edward WRIGHT the Younger gentleman Adelaide, to manage his SA real estate 26/5/1852 Deposit 56/OA

POWELL, James gentleman Chichester, Sussex, England, power of attorney to Walter HACKETT seedsman, Midlavant, Sussex, about to depart for SA, and George HACKETT seedsman Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 14/8/1862. James Powell the Elder died 27/11/1871 Kensington House, Kensington, Middlesex. Estate worth £16,000. Trustees James POWELL the Younger and J Powell the Elder’s brother-in-law William Hensman TEULON hop merchant Trinity Square, Tower Hill, London, Middlesex. Various bequests to the testator’s wife, Henrietta, his daughter Henrietta and his sons, James Junr, John and Frank Powell. James Powell the Younger a solicitor in Chichester, in partnership with Edward ARNOLD, died before his father, on 28/8/1870 at home, North Street, of disease of the brain, aged 45 Deposit 132/1867, 11/1873, 10/1874

No 3

POWELL, James labourer Balhannah 1874 Memorial 83/278

POWELL, James labourer Balhannah 1883 Application 19858

No 4

POWELL, James farmer Clarendon 1879[-1885] Memorial 214/314, Application 20782

POWELL, James Hand medical practitioner Sliding Rock Out of Hundreds. Farina (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 65 Page 68 County Not named

No 1

POWELL, John bricklayer Adelaide and Mary Ann Powell his wife 1848 Memorial 94/25

POWELL, Mary Ann wife of John Powell bricklayer Adelaide, died 19/6/1849, of disease of the brain, aged 35. Application 386.

POWELL, John bricklayer Adelaide 1859 Application 386

No 2 - perhaps the same person

POWELL, John mason Mt Gambier 1857 Memorial 299/119

POWELL, John mason Mt Gambier 1857 Application 3366

POWELL, John farmer Mt Gambier 1859[-1887] Memorial 116/154

No 3

POWELL, John miner Karkulta 1859 Memorial 4/161

No 4

POWELL, John the Younger farmer Kersbrook 1862[-1870] Memorial 331/182

No 5

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

POWELL, John farmer Hundred of Cunningham 1885[-1892] Memorial 36/367

POWELL, John Llewellyn gardener Kersbrook 1926 Memorial 32/495

No 1 - possibly the same person

POWELL, Jonathan butcher Thebarton 1855 Memorial 187/91

POWELL, Jonathan butcher Adelaide (Hanson St) 1865[-1867] Memorial 44/256

POWELL, Jane Ann Daunt widow and relict of the late Jonathan Powell formerly butcher Adelaide but now deceased intestate 1868 Memorial 45/256

No 1

POWELL, Jonathan Morris butcher North Adelaide (Stanley St) 1870, eldest son and heir at law of the late Jonathan Powell of Adelaide Application 10671

POWELL, Jonathan Morris butcher North Adelaide (Stanley St) 1880[-1886] Memorial 216/321

POWELL, Margaret nee HART wife of Arthur Crofts Powell Esquire Rose Hill House, Dorking, Surrey, England, power of attorney to Charles Hawkes Todd HART Esquire Adelaide, to manage her SA business affairs 4/9/1885 Deposit 21/1886

POWELL, Mary Ann formerly of Wilpena Station but then of Coromandel Valley held a mineral lease of land south of Artipena Hill 1892 Memorial 25/415

No 1

POWELL, Philip labourer Wilmington 1888[-1893] Memorial 5/394

POWELL, Philip labourer Melrose 1893 Application 22592

POWELL, Philip labourer [formerly of Wilmington but now of] Melrose 1898[-1908] Memorial 94/436

No 1

POWELL, Richard wheelwright Adelaide 1850[-1854] Memorial 165/20

No 2 - perhaps the same person

POWELL, Richard wheelwright Unley 1853[-1856] Memorial 390/47

POWELL, Richard wheelwright Aldinga1861 Application 2318

No 3

POWELL, Richard butcher Norwood 1891 Application 22089

No 1

POWELL, Rosina spinster Mt Gambier 1883 Memorial 68/350

POWELL, Rosina spinster [formerly of Mt Gambier but now of] Robe, died 19/10/1888. Executors; John HOTSON storekeeper Robe and Annie GELL wife of Charles Gell merchant Kingston S-E Memorial 145/398

POWELL, Samuel Charles farmer Harrogate 1912[-1913] Memorial 96/466, Application 26282

No 1 - likely to be the same person

POWELL, Samuel Smith chemist Kooringa 1850 Memorial 382/26

POWELL, Samuel Smith settler Penwortham 1851 Memorial 34/38

POWELL, Samuel Smith formerly of Maryborough Vic 1855 Memorial 489/80

POWELL, Samuel Smith formerly of Wild Dog Creek SA 1858 Memorial 125/134

No 1

POWELL, Thomas builder Thebarton 1849 Memorial 298/17 Builder [formerly of Thebarton but now] of Prospect 1851 Memorial 53/31

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

POWELL, Thomas Esquire Adelaide 1853 Memorial 270/52

POWELL, Thomas auctioneer Adelaide 1854[-1858] Memorial 242/65 Julia Mary Powell his wife 1856 Memorial 237/108

POWELL, Thomas gentleman Adelaide 1854 Memorial 1/68

POWELL, Thomas land agent Adelaide 1854 Memorial 422/83

POWELL, Thomas for the firm of MITCHELL, POWELL & Co 1856 Memorial 248/117

No 1

POWELL, Thomas William chemist and druggist Kooringa. Father of William Langley Powell and Samuel Smith Powell minors Kooringa 1850 Memorial 124/134

POWELL, Thomas William post master Kooringa 1852[-1854] Memorial 293/42

POWELL, Thomas William clerk of the local court Redruth 1858 Memorial 125/134

POWELL, Thomas William Esquire Kooringa 1860 Application 1707

POWELL, Thomas auctioneer Adelaide, became a bankrupt in 1860 Memorial 14/162

POWELL, Thomas William formerly chemist Kooringa 1850 but now District Registrar of Births, Deaths and Marriages Nutwarra near Clare 1865 Application 6581

POWELL, Thomas William gentleman Clare 1869 Memorial 159/241

POWELL, Thomas William Esquire formerly of Kooringa 1857 but now of Clare 1876 Application 15642

POWELL, Thomas William gentleman formerly of Kooringa but now of Clare 1881 Memorial 205/335

POWELL, Thomas William gentleman formerly of Clare but now of Glenelg 1885[-1889] Memorial 19/372, Application 21565

No 1

POWELL, William Esquire Norwood 1853 Memorial 32/42

POWELL, William tailor Norwood 1853 Memorial 421/53 21565

No 2

POWELL, William farmer near Langhorne Bridge east of the Bremer River 1857 Memorial 241/124

No 3

POWELL, William baker Kent Town 1879 Memorial 226/314

POWELL, William baker Kent Town 1885 Application 20487

POWELL, William the Elder died 30/11/1888. Probably connected with William Powell the Younger butcher Kent Tce, Norwood 1894 Memorial 11/423

No 4

POWELL, William labourer Kapunda 1875 Application 14139

No 5

POWELL, William farmer Clarendon 1876 Application 15291

No 6

POWELL, William publican Hawker 1882 Memorial 180/344

POWELL, William licensed victualler Hawker, became a bankrupt in 1883 Memorial 9/347

No 7 - perhaps a continuation of No 6

POWELL, William formerly of Wilpena but now of Modbury 1892 Memorial 23/415

No 8

POWELL, William mason formerly of Staplehurst Le Fevre Peninsula but now of Broken Hill NSW and Jane Powell his wife 1901 Memorial 247/441

No 1

POWELL, William George farmer Clarendon 1878 Memorial 170/311

POWELL, WG farmer Clarendon 1894 Application 22667

No 1

POWELL, William Langley gentleman Kooringa 1853[-1855] Memorial 7/48

POWELL, William Langley postmaster Kooringa 1858 Memorial 125/134

POWELL, William Thomas farmer Pinnaroo. Hundred of Pinnaroo land grant 1909 Grant Book 12 Page 45 County Chandos

No 1

POWER, Cornelius yeoman Goodwood Park 1875[-1879] Memorial 69/283

POWER, Cornelius labourer Goodwood Park 1892 Application 22303

No 1

POWER, David stockholder Mt Gambier 1852[-1857] Memorial 226/53

POWER, David Esquire Guichen Bay 1854 Memorial 497/75

POWER, David Esquire Mt Gambier Hundred of Blanche land grant 1858[-1859] Grant Book 30 Page 35 County Grey

POWER, David Esquire, late of Mt Gambier, but now of Adelaide, possessed of considerable real and personal property in the province, and about to depart the province for a period, power of attorney to Abraham SCOTT and Henry SCOTT merchants, to manage his SA estate 20/12/1860 Deposit 1/1864

POWER, David stockholder Mt Gambier Hundred of Blanche land grant 1863 Grant Book 30 Page 4 County Grey

POWER, David Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now in parts beyond the seas 1863 Memorial 63/188

POWER, David Esquire formerly of Mt Gambier but now in parts beyond the seas 1863 Memorial 161/191

POWER, David formerly stockholder Mt Gambier but now in parts beyond the seas 1864 Memorial 195/198

POWER, David Esquire formerly of Mt Gambier then of Adelaide but now of Caldwell House, Co Ayr, Scotland 1865 Memorial 175/206

POWER, David Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now of Beith, Co Ayr, Scotland 1866 Memorial 47/209

No 1

POWER, David Herbert sheep farmer Wirrilla and Elsie Mary Power his wife [probably daughter of Rosetta French HANNAY] 1900 Memorial 156/441

POWER, David Herbert pastoralist Wirrilla Manoora 1909[-1913] Memorial 54/462

POWER, David Herbert pastoralist Wirrilla Manoora and Elsie Mary Power his wife 1912 Memorial 48/467

POWER, David Herbert pastoralist Wirrilla Georgetown 1920 Memorial 170/481

POWER, David Herbert pastoralist formerly of Wirrilla Georgtown but now of Widgeon Gully Jugiong NSW 1923 Memorial 110/488

No 1

POWER, Edward farmer Freeling 1902 Memorial 142/446

POWER, Edward Francis the Younger farmer Freeling 1910, son of the late Edward Power the Elder farmer Freeling Application 25768

POWER, Frederick Charles baker Hindmarsh 1855 Memorial 54/94

No 1

POWER, Henry wood carter Upper Dry Creek 1867 Memorial 211/222

POWER, Henry farmer Upper Dry Creek 1867 Memorial 152/279

POWER, Henry farmer Golden Grove, died 16/1/1883 intestate. Estate worth £80. Letters of administration to his widow, Nora Power, to finalise his estate 1896 Application 23163

POWER, Nora widow Golden Grove relict of the late Henry Power formerly farmer Golden Grove now deceased 1889 Memorial 174/397

POWER, Herbert and George Henry DAVENPORT cattle salesmen and commission agents Melbourne Vic trading under the name or firm of Power Rutherford & Co 1862 Memorial 62/188

No 1

POWER, James carpenter Adelaide ( Pirie St) 1903 Memorial 24/450

POWER, James carpenter formerly of Pirie St, Adelaide but then of Albert St, Thebarton, died c1945. Father of Alice May CARNEY married woman 18 Cawthorn St, Southwark Memorial 107/519

POWER, James Edwin labourer 11 Phillip St, Southwark and CARNEY, Alice May married woman 18 Cawthorn St, Southwark 1945, surviving children of the late James Power carpenter formerly of Pirie St, Adelaide late of Albert St, Thebarton, who died 4/7/1905 . Mrs Carney was born in Pirie St, Adelaide, on 30/6/1886, as her parents' youngest child. She moved with her father and her three siblings to a four-roomed weatherboard home on the north-eastern corner of Albert and Chapel Sts at Thebarton in December 1903 - besides Alice Mary Power, there were William John Power, Mary Catherine Power and James Edwin Power. AM Power married William Thomas Carney on 29/12/1906. They lived at Walsh St, Thebarton, until 1920 when they removed to their present address, 18 Cawthorn St, Southwark. Her brother, William John Power, died 18/10/1913 intestate and a bachelor. Mary Catherine Power died 24/9/1923 intestate and a spinster. James Edwin Power lived in Albert St until the house became too dilapidated and he moved to his present home at 11 Phillip St, Southwark. His surviving sister had ordered the demolition of the house as it was unsafe and unhealthy; no new building had taken its place by 1945. Mrs Carney let the allotment to travelling circuses during the late 1930s. Neighbours complained that children congregated there to play. Weeds and long grass made the area a fire hazard which Mrs Carney had to clear away from time to time Application 28419

POWER, Jane spinster Hamilton on the Light 1861[-1864] Memorial 219/179

No 1

POWER, John labourer Mt Gambier 1857[-1860] Memorial 106/126

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

POWER, John linked with Section 350 Hundred of Hindmarsh Co Grey 1883[-1897] Memorial 88/430

POWER, John farmer Millicent 1899 Memorial 68/438

No 3

POWER, John yeoman Modbury 1866 Memorial 39/211

POWER, John yeoman Golden Grove 1877 Memorial 121/297

POWER, John J RC clergyman Kadina 1886 Memorial 24/381

POWER, Louis Bertrand pastoralist Portee Station, Blanchetown, aged 68 in 1973, declared that he had lived on Portee Station continuously since 1920, except for the periods when he was at College and University. He had been Managing Director of formerly urray Pastoralist Co Ltd 91 King William St, Adelaide, now Murray Pastoral Co Pty Ltd of 23 Leigh St, Adelaide, since 1947 Application 29891

POWER, Nicholas labourer Golden Grove 1883 Application 19706

POWER, Nicholas Joseph coachtrimmer Ovingham 1909 Memorial 137/461

POWER, Patrick gentleman North Adelaide (Melbourne St) 1866 Memorial 165/278

POWER, Robert stockholder Kalangadoo Hundred of Grey land grant 1860 Grant Book 30 Page 400 County Grey

POWER, Thomas labourer Adelaide 1854 Hundred of Nuriootpa land grant Memorial 274/64

POWER, VG butcher Pt Lincoln 1936 Memorial 95/521

No 1

POWLEY, Joseph mason Pt Elliot 1856 Memorial 279/109

POWLEY, Joseph mason Pt Elliot 1859 Application 287

POWYS, the Hon and Rev'd Littleton POWYS of Titchmarch, Northants, England, bought Onkaparinga District land grants in SA with land orders on 12/1/1841 for Sections 871, 872 Survey B. He left this property to his son, Littleton Hatsell Powys Esquire 30 Victoria Road, Kensington, Middlesex, England. He died 10/8/1878, leaving his SA land to Emily Howise widow, daughter of one of his executors, Thomas SIMMONDS Esquire Leamington Priors, Co Warwick. She also inherited the rest of his personal property, including a house at Tufnell Park, with duty to give certain items to his relatives who had reason to believe that they would receive them. Emily Howise had been Hatsell Powys's housekeeper, 'who proved herself a most cheerful and affectionate companion and a most tender nurse under severe and long continued affliction'. Estate worth £30,000. Vere Powys of 1 Lincoln's Inn Fields was his solicitor. Emily Hawise 31 widow 30 Victoria Road, Kensington, remarried to Heinrich FELBERMANN 30 bachelor Professor of Oriental Languages 30 Victoria Road, Kensington (Father: Hermann Felbermann) on 9/1/1879 Kensington Registry Office. Mrs Felbermann signed over to her new husband all her real estate (numerous London houses and the SA land), stocks and shares and money in the bank. This happened when the Felbermanns were holidaying in Paris, and they had to go to the British Embassy to sign the necessary papers which their solicitors in London had prepared. Emily Felbermann's sister, Delia Simmonds, lived constantly with her and went abroad with them. She witnessed the assets transfer at the British Embassy. Heinrich Felbermann now received all the rents from the SA land, which their agent, the Hon Lavington GLYDE remitted regularly from Adelaide. After his death, Jabez Edwin THOMAS accountant Cavendish Chambers, Grenfell St, Adelaide, became the Felbermann agent. The Felbermanns continued to live at 30 Victoria St, Kensington, until Emily Felbermann's death on 30/9/1891 intestate, of 6 years' exhaustion, hemiplegia, bed-ridden, with an ovarian tumour, aged 51. Her brother, Thomas Simmonds the Younger engineer 41 Princes St, Leamington, Co Warwick, agreed with the above statement. Her sister, Delia Simmonds, went to live at 87 Tufnell Park Road, Middlesex. Her husband, Heinrich Felbermann now Doctor of Philosophy, moved to 98 Queen's Gate, South Kensington, Middlesex. The Rev'd Mr Powys had paid £26 for 160 acres in 1841. Their value had increased to £1,500 in 1894 when Dr Felbermann placed them under the RPA Application 22646

POYNER, Arthur John labourer Athelstone 1885 Application 20409

POYNER, Robert woodcarter Bridgewater 1906 Memorial 132/456

No 1

POYNTON, Alexander gentleman Pt Augusta West. Pt Augusta West (Hundred of Copley) township allotment land grant 1891 Grant Book 65 Page 225 County Manchester

POYNTON, Alexander agent Adelaide Co Adelaide. Pinnaroo (Hundred of Pinnaroo) township allotment land grant 1905[-1908] Grant Book 12 Page 72 County Chandos

POYNTON, Alexander agent Whinham St, Fitzroy North 1910 Memorial 78/463
POYNTZ, AR dispenser HM Mt Gambier Hospital 1875 Memorial 189/281

No 1

POYSDEN, George farmer Waterloo Plains 1872[-1887] Memorial 101/260

POYSDEN, George farmer near Hamilton on the Light 1872[-1903] Memorial 39/262, Application 11991

POYSDEN, George farmer Hamilton on the Light 1898, came to live in the district in c1854 Application 23602

POYSDEN, George farmer Waterloo Plains 1901 Application 24252

POYSDEN, George farmer Waterloo Plains near Hamilton on the Light and Ellen Poysden his wife 1903 Memorial 63/450

POYSDEN, George farmer Waterloo Plains Mundoora 1904 Application 24701

POYSDEN, George farmer Hamilton on the Light, aged 72 in 1915, declared that he had lived near Hamilton for the last 45 years Application 26465

POYSDEN, George farmer Hamilton on the Light 1924 Memorial 12/491

POYSDEN, George retired farmer Kapunda, died 12/1/1924. Husband of Ellen Poysden. Father of John Richard Poysden, Adelaide Elizabeth ELLIS, Harriet Mabel Ellis and May Victoria KUHLMANN; also Frederick Hurtle Poysden, Angas Brooks Poysden, and James Clarence Poysden farmers near Hamilton Memorial 55/491

No 1

POYSDEN, John farmer Blyth 1890 [Likely that he took up land there c1886] Memorials 158/405, 247/387

POYSDEN, John farmer Blyth Hundred of Blyth land grant 1897 Grant Book 56 Page 368 County Stanley

POYSDEN, JR of Kapunda  1937 Memorial 20/511

No 1

POYSDEN, Richard farmer near Kapunda 1860 Memorial 114/162

POYSDEN, Richard farmer Waterloo Plains Hundred of Kapunda 1877 Memorial 223/298

POYZER, Alfred George railway clerk Broken Hill NSW 1908 Application 25404

POYZER, John carpenter Unley Road 1851 Memorial 211/36

POYZER, William Thomas shoemaker Thebarton and Jemima Poyzer his wife 1860 Memorial 277/170

POYZER, Alfred George clerk Broken Hill NSW and Frederick Poyzer of Adelaide supervisor of the Telegraph Branch 1909 trustees of the will of the late George Poyzer formerly out of business Rosatala, now deceased Memorial 115/461

POYZER, Frederick Telegraph Branch supervisor Adelaide 1908 Application 25404

No 1

POYZER, George engineer Thebarton 1865 Memorial 164/206

POYZER, George engine driver Rosewater 1872[-1907] Memorial 199/258, Application 25330

POYZER, George engineer Thebarton 1879 Application 17192

POYZER, George engineer driver Yatala township near Pt Adelaide 1876 Memorial 8/293

POYZER, George out of business Rosatala, died 27/7/1907. Father of Elizabeth Sarah Poyzer, Frederick Poyzer supervisor telegraphic branch Adelaide, and Alfred George Poyzer railway clerk Broken Hill NSW Memorial 190/457

POYZER, George out of business Rosatala, died 27/7/1907. Husband of Sarah Poyzer. Father of Alfred George Poyzer railway clerk Broken Hill NSW, Frederick Poyzer Telegraph Branch supervisor Adelaide and Elizabeth Sarah Poyzer no description. Father-in-law of Mary Ann Poyzer as of 1921 Memorial 79/484

No 1

PRAETZER/PRATZER/PRÄTZER, Robert shoemaker Lobethal 1854 Memorial 318/65 Farmer Lobethal 1855 Memorial 88/80

PRAETZER/PRATZER/PRÄTZER, Carl Julius Robert, his wife Anna Rosine Praetzer, and daughter Emma Pauline Praetzer (born 18/6/1846), arrived in SA during 1847. The parents had married 1845 at Birnbaum, Kreis Meseritz, Posen, Prussia. Robert Praetzer shoemaker Lobethal, died 10/2/1855 intestate, of cancer, aged 32. Anna Rosine Praetzer remarried to Andreas RADKE shoemaker Lobethal. Emma Praetzer minor Lobethal married Adolph Behrendt railway porter Adelaide (Father: Carl Behrendt) on 23/4/1866 St Paul's Pulteney St Adelaide (Dean Russell) Witnesses: Bryan MORRISEY bootmaker Adelaide and Mathilde KERMEL of Adelaide. By 1876, Gustav Adolph Behrendt was late of Lobethal but now of Adelaide licensed victualler Application 14996

No 1

PRANKERD, Peter D land agent Adelaide (The Exchange) 1853 Memorial 130/46

PRANKERD, Peter Dowding Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now of The Knoll Sneyd Park near Bristol, England presently on a visit to Adelaide 1879 Memorial 165/317

PRANKERD, Peter Dowding Esquire The Knoll, Sneyd Park parish of Stoke Bishop, near Bristol, Glos, England, died 17/12/1902. Father of Percy John Prankerd, Herbert Peter Prankerd and Edith Lucy Mary Prankerd Memorial 217/449

PRANKERD, Peter Dowding family as of 1903 - Percy John Prankerd barrister at law Woolacombe Park Hill, Carshalton, Surrey, Herbert Peter Prankerd medical practitioner 1 Carlton Road, Southampton, Hants, England, and Edith Lucy Mary Prankerd spinster The Knoll, Sneyd Park parish of Stoke Bishop, near Bristol, Glos, England Deposit 45/1903

PRANKHURST, Joseph Harwood team owner Gawler 1854 Memorial 227/73

PRATER, Joseph farmer Hundred of Clare 1854[-1860] Memorial 373/69

No 1

PRATER, Thomas storekeeper's assistant Hawker. Hawker (Hundred of Wonoka) township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 5 Page 11 County Blachford

PRATER, Thomas butcher Yunta. Yunta township (Out of Hundreds) allotment land grant Co Herbert 1887 Grant Book 34 Page 163 County Herbert

PRATER, Thomas butcher Yunta Waukaringa township (Out of Hundreds) allotment land grant 1889 Grant Book 45 Page 4 County Lytton

PRATT, Alfred James bread carter Gawler 1951 Memorial 1/526

PRATT, Anthony labourer Marion 1850 Memorial 151/25

No 1

PRATT, Arthur farmer Pt Gawler 1883 Memorial 150/348

PRATT, Arthur farmer Two Wells 1885 Application 20436

PRATT, Arthur farmer Two Wells 1892[-1902] Memorial 44/413

PRATT, Arthur farmer Two Wells possibly the husband of Mary Ann Pratt who had an interest in the estate of the late William BAKER formerly farmer Gawler Plains near Smithfield now deceased 1904 Memorial 153/450

PRATT, Emanuel labourer Mt Gambier 1869 Memorial 235/241

No 1

PRATT, Henry and John farmers Section 4000 Gawler Plains 1857 Memorial 301/120

PRATT, Henry farmer Pt Gawler 1863 Memorial 166/191

No 1

PRATT, James farmer Adelaide 1852[-1857] Memorial 403/41

PRATT, James farmer Mt Torrens 1858 Memorial 56/136

PRATT, James farmer formerly of Adelaide but now of Redbanks 1862 Memorial 181/180

PRATT, James farmer formerly of Adelaide 1852 but now of Redbanks 1863 Application 4476

PRATT, James formerly of Adelaide but now licensed victualler Redbanks 1865 Memorial 126/202

PRATT, James of Hindmarsh 1865 Memorial 51/202

PRATT, James formerly farmer Adelaide but now licensed victualler Hindmarsh 1866 Memorial 35/214

No 2

PRATT, James livery stable keeper Mt Gambier 1875 Memorial 199/282

PRATT, James boarding house keeper Mt Gambier 1877 Application 15972

No 1

PRATT, Job labourer Adelaide 1854[-1855] Memorial 405/69

No 2

PRATT, Job farmer Redbanks, declared a bankrupt in 1860 Memorial 21/168

PRATT, Job farmer Grace Plains 1865 Memorial 70/204

PRATT, Job carrier Mallala Hundred of Grace land grant 1875 Grant Book 27 Page 41 County Gawler

No 1

PRATT, John farmer Munno Para 1853[-1854] Memorial 227/49

PRATT, John farmer formerly of Munno Para but now of Pt Gawler 1857 Memorial 125/118

PRATT, John farmer Pt Gawler 1863 Memorial 168/191

PRATT, John farmer Pt Gawler, died c1871. His widow, Sophia Pratt of Gum Tree Farm near Two Wells, died c1890 intestate. Letters of administration to their son, Arthur Pratt farmer Two Wells, to settle the estate. Children of John and Sophia Pratt - John Britton Pratt, James Pratt, Arthur Pratt, Josiah Pratt and Hannah Elizabeth Pratt. Samuel Pratt no description one of the executors Memorial 59/406

PRATT, John died 22/11/1871. His widow, Sophia Pratt, died 12/6/1890 intestate. Surviving children to that date - Arthur Pratt farmer Two Wells, Samuel Pratt farmer Two Wells, Josiah Pratt farmer Price, Hannah Elizabeth BUTTLE wife of Alfred Buttle farmer Dublin, and John Britton Pratt farmer Two Wells Memorial 175/406

PRATT, John farmer formerly of Pt Gawler late of Gum Tree Farm near Two Wells, died 22/11/1871. He left his estate in trust to his wife, Sophia Pratt, for life, provided she remained his widow, then the whole estate to be sold and the proceeds shared equally amongst the children - John Briton Pratt, James Pratt, Arthur Pratt, Josiah Pratt, and Hannah Elizabeth Pratt. Estate worth £200 Application 25576

PRATT, Sophia widow Pt Gawler 1884 Memorial 15/357

PRATT, Sophia widow Pt Gawler 1885 Application 20458

No 2

PRATT, John labourer Hay Valley 1860 Application 1318

PRATT, Joseph of Rice Creek near Auburn 1873 Memorial 140/268

No 1

PRATT, Polly Emily hotelkeeper Globe Hotel Murray St, Gawler 1914 Memorial 118/470

PRATT, Polly Emily licensed victualler Gawler 1914 Application 26347

No 1

PRATT, Samuel farmer Reeves Plains 1867 Memorial 68/218

PRATT, Samuel farmer Pt Gwler 1883 Memorial 17/357

PRATT, Samuel farmer Pt Gawler 1884 Application 20120

PRATT, Thomas farmer Pt Gwler 1874 Memorial 223/274

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

PRATT, William blacksmith Adelaide 1843[-1845] Memorial 49/65

PRATT, William the Elder blacksmith North Adelaide 1857 Memorial 60/129

PRATT, William the Younger blacksmith Adelaide 1847[-1852] Memorial 220/8

PRATT, William the Younger blacksmith Adelaide (Waymouth St) 1853 Memorial 194/61

PRATT, William Nathaniel jeweller Adelaide 1874[-1877] Memorial 208/277

PRATTEN, Ernest Frederick John farmer Hindmarsh Valley near Victor Harbor, died 27/5/1950. Bequests to Richard John and Leonard James Pratten (sons of Guy Percy Pratten) and Raymond only son of Eric Douglas Pratten Memorial 86/525

PRATTEN, Hillier Ernest Adolphus of Stone Hut 1888 Memorial 181/390

PRATTEN, John William hotelkeeper Adelaide 1925 Application 27356

PRATTEN, Joseph lime burner North Adelaide 1855 Memorial 374/94

No 1

PRATTEN, Joseph William butcher Kapunda 1865 Application 6140

PRATTEN, Joseph William mason Quorn Quorn (Hundred of Pichi Richi) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 49 Page 2 County Newcastle

PRATTEN, Joseph William farmer Wirreanda Cradock (Hundred of Wirreanda) township allotment land grant 1879 Grant Book 28 Page 29 County Granville

PRATTEN, Joseph William licensed victualler Walkerville 1889 Out of business Bowden 1918 Application 26712

PRATTEN, Joseph William out of business Glenelg 1925[-1926] Memorial 50/493, Application 27458

No 1

PRATTEN, Theodore John Clement gardener near Stone Hut Hundred of Appila land grant 1897 Grant Book 24 Page 514 County Frome

PRATTEN, Theodore JC gardener Stone Hut 1899 Memorial 86/437

PRATTEN, Theodore John Clement gardener Stone Hut 1902 Memorial 28/447

PRATTEN, William Ernest Adolphus of Stone Hut 1887 Memorial 209/383

PREBBLE, Charles the Elder surgeon married Anne TREW on 1/1/1822, St Bride’s Fleet St, London. Charles Prebble of East Hardred, Berks, England, invested in Pt Adelaide Preliminary Land Sales, buying Lot 3 near the Government Stores and the Port Road. Charles Prebble died 25/10/1840 Appleford Abingdon, Berks, England. He left his estate in trust for his wife to receive the income for life, then all to be sold and the children living at the time of the distribuion to have an equal share absolutely in remainder expectant. Anne Prebble died 18/12/1869, 2 Queen’s Crescent Reading, Berks, medullary cancer of the right thigh bone, aged 71, leaving only her son surviving her. The Prebbles had three children - Julia Zillah Prebble, born 9/6/1825, Charles Trew Prebble the Younger born 13/7/1827, and Agnes Prebble, born 8/8/1829. Julia Prebble married widower Croft Augustus MARSACK a Colonel in the Guards, on 1/3/1855 St Giles Reading, Berks. Julia Marsack died 15/2/1866 at The Poplars Queen’s Road, Reading intestate, of 2.5 years phthisis, leaving her son, Richard Marsack, born 18/6/1859 Boulogne Sur Mer, France, as her heir at law. When the Prebble estate was settled in 1889, Richard Marsack was an artilleryman on a Royal Navy vessel at Wellington in New Zealand; he sold his share in the Pt Adelaide land to his uncle, Charles Prebble, then a civil engineer Temperley Hucclecote, Glos, England; Charles Prebble also did a stint . Agnes Prebble married wine merchant Alfred Henry TULL of Fulham, on 1/3/1860 Sonning parish church, Berks. She died 12/7/1867 Dagnall Park, Croydon of 4 years’ cancer and a month’s dropsy. Only one child of the marriage - Agnes Tull born 13/11/1864 Rose Cottage, Queen’s Road, Reading, died 9/7/1869, The Poplars, Queen’s Road, Reading. AH Tull died 14/9/1877. Charles Prebble and his mother agreed to sell 2 of the 3 pieces of SA land, which money went into trust for Mrs Prebble to draw the interest during her lifetime. This trust money then went into Chancery until the solicitors had sorted out who was entitled to the share of £1,035/3/6 plus £39/8/11 interest at 3%. 25/4/1878, Charles Prebble petitioned the High Court of Chancery for a decision on the matter - very confused. Following much legal argument, after expenses taken out, it was resolved that Charles Prebble and his nephew would take half the sum each absolutely in remainder expectant. Decision 3/12/1880 Application 21797

PREBBLE, Charles surgeon and apothecary formerly of East Hendred, late of Harwell, Berks, England, died 25/10/1840. All his estate to his wife, Anne, in trust for life, then to his children in equal shares absolutely as tenants in common in remainder expectant. Trustees William LANHAM gentleman Abingdon (died 16/3/1844); Thomas STRANGE Lieutenant in HM Royal Navy Appleford (died 9/10/1852); and Isaac ELDERFIELD schoolmaster Harwell Berks, England. Power of attorney to William Bennett EDMUNDS land agent Adelaide March 1842. Later, George MORPHETT and Edward WRIGHT the Younger appointed in turn, after the previous appointment revoked Deposit 155/1867

No 1

PREECE, Benjamin blacksmith Kooringa 1857 Memorial 136/129

PREECE, Benjamin blacksmith Aberdeen near Kooringa 1870[-1877] Memorial 214/247

PREECE, Benjamin blacksmith Aberdeen 1873. He was in partnership with Thomas Corrie SIMPSON Application 12906

No 1

PREECE, Evan shepherd Mt Gambier 1854 Memorial 272/76

PREECE, Evan farmer Section 1099 near Mt Gambier, died c1865. He left his estate in various proportions to his wife, Margaret Preece, and his children - George Preece, Michael Preece, Evan Preece, James Preece, Thomas Preece, William Preece, Alexander Preece and Mary Preece Memorial 296/204

PREECE, Evan farmer Section 1099 Mt Gambier, died 6/7/1860. He was illiterate. His wife called Susan Preece, also illiterate. A son called George Preece. A Mary Preece also in the family Application 16626

PREECE, Evan farmer Mt Gambier, died 6/7/1860. Linked with Susan Preece widow Mt Gambier, Mary Preece widow Mt Gambier and Jane LAMBERT wife of Robert Lambert in 1878 Application 16626

PREECE, George farmer Mt Gambier linked with Margaret Preece widow Mt Gambier 1865 Memorial 110/207

No 1

PREECE, Henry William telegraph operator Aberdeen near Kooringa 1903 Memorial 148/450

PREECE, Henry William telegraph operator Kooringa 1902 Memorial 169/512

PREECE, Henry William postal official Kooringa, died 5/2/1919 in Victoria Application 28012

PREECE, Thomas on the banks of the Torrens River near Adelaide 1842 Memorial 284/2

PREECE, Thomas Henry miller Tumby Bay 1909[-1911] Memorial 199/461

PREECE, William blacksmith Adelaide (Gouger St West) declared that he and all the other children of the late Evan Preece the Elder, including the youngest child Alexander Preece, aged 24, had long since become 21. Preece family in 1878 - Michael Preece labourer Mt Gambier; Thomas Preece labourer Allendale; Evan Preece formerly the Younger labourer Mt Pleasant; William Preece blacksmith Adelaide; James Preece labourer Sandford Vic; Alexander Preece labourer Casterton Vic; Mary HATELEY wife of Alfred Hateley overseer Coleraine Vic Application 16974

No 1

PREISS, Albert plumber Norwood 1882 Application 19274

PREISS, Albert Eduard plumber Norwood 1905 Application 24972

PREISS, Arthur Albert Ernest farmer Wilkawatt. Hundred of Allenby land grant 1938[-1950] Grant Book 12 Page 151 County Chandos

No 1 - perhaps mixture of the Elder and the Younger

PREISS, August farmer Gawler River 1877 Memorial 163/296

PREISS, August William Stanley labourer Willaston near Gawler 1923 Application 27179

No 1 - perhaps mixture of the Elder and the Younger

PREISS, Carl farmer Hundred of Mudla Wirra 1865 Memorial 248/205

PREISS, Carl Friedrich Wilhelm farmer Grace Plains Co Gawler. Hundred of Mannanarie land grant 1878 Grant Book 13 Page 74 County Dalhousie

PREISS, Carl Wilhelm the Younger farmer Mannanarie. Thomas J Preiss mentioned but not described 1893 Memorial 181/419

PREISS, Charles Reginand Murray farmer Wilkawatt. Hundred of Cotton land grant 1936 Grant Book 12 Page 129 County Chandos

No 1

PREISS, Emma Emilie widow Nairne 1921 Memorial 10/482

PREISS, Emma Emilie widow near Nairne, died c1938. Executors; Eldin and Sydney Preiss farmers Nairne Memorial 8/514

PREISS, Florenz August Templar farmer Devon Downs Murray River 1918 Memorial 173/477

No 1

PREISS, Friedrich Wilhelm farmer Tungkillo Hundred of Finniss land grant 1880 Grant Book 58 Page 37 County Sturt

PREISS, Friedrich Wilhelm farmer Hundred of Ridley trustee unnamed School Hundred of Ridley Hundred of Ridley land grant 1899 Grant Book 58 Page 156 County Sturt

No 1

PREISS, Heinrich farmer Mannum 1886 Memorial 82/378

PREISS, Heinrich farmer formerly of Mannum but now of Nairne 1887 Memorial 155/384

PREISS, Heinrich August Friedrich farmer Gawler River 1905[-1911] Memorial 174/452

No 1

PREISS, Johann Wilhelm farmer Mt Torrens 1849 He sold pt Section 5089 Sources of the Onkaparinga Special Survey Memorial 43/15

PREISS, Johann Wilhelm farmer near Lobethal 1852[-1859] Memorial 56/45

PREISS, Johann Wilhelm farmer formerly of Lobethal but now of Tungkillo 1874 Application 13827

PREISS, Johann Wilhelm farmer Tungkillo Hundred of Finniss land grant 1876[-1882] Grant Book 58 Page 35 County Sturt

PREISS, Johann Wilhelm gentleman near Nairne 1902 Memorial 49/445

PREISS, John William Henry farmer Wilkawatt. Hundred of Cotton land grant 1936 Grant Book 12 Page 129 County Chandos

PREISS, Percival Lawrence Frederick farmer Wilkawatt. Hundred of Allenby land grant 1938[-1950] Grant Book 12 Page 151 County Chandos

PRENDERGAST, Leonard of Inglewood 1860 Memorial 73/169

PRENDERGAST, William RC clergyman Mt Barker 1882 Memorial 158/345

PRENTICE, James farmer Lameroo. Hundred of Allenby land grant 1927 Grant Book 12 Page 151 County Chandos

PRENTICE, Richard farmer Little Para 1857 Memorial 304/126

No 1

PRESCOTT, Arthur of Adelaide 1851 Memorial 471/36

PRESCOTT, Arthur draper Adelaide 1853 Memorial 500/53

No 1

PRESCOTT, Douglas Bruce motor engineer 61 Shierlaw St, North Richmond 1949 Memorial 126/523

PRESCOTT, Douglas Bruce engineer formerly of 61 Shierlaw St, Richmond but then of Meningie, died 3/10/1955 Tailem Bend Memorial 175/530

No 1

PRESCOTT, Edward farmer Mt Torrens 1853 Memorial 264/59

PRESCOTT, Edward miller Mt Torrens 1857 Memorial 172/125

PRESCOTT, Edward farmer Mt Torrens 1864 Application 5751

PRESCOTT, Edward formerly miller Mt Torrens1857 but now storekeeper Tarlee 1874 Application 13602

PRESCOTT, Edward farmer Tarlee 1869 Memorial 168/240

PRESCOTT, Edward wheelwright Crystal Brook 1887 Memorial 65/385

No 1

PRESCOTT, William Esquire Adelaide 1840 Application 27550

PRESCOTT, William Esquire Adelaide, power of attorney to Edward KNOCKER Esquire Dover, Kent, England, to sell 11 sections of land in the Western Sources of the Torrens, to cancel a debt owed to Knocker and Henry ELVE 4/5/1842 Deposit 380/1858

PRESCOTT, William Esquire Adelaide, and Christian Prescott, his wife 1842[-1856] Memorial 282/1

PRESCOTT, Christian widow near Norwood 1883 Application 19766

No 1

PRESGRAVE, John Charles architect Adelaide 1854[-1855] Memorial 391/71

PRESGRAVE, John Charles surveyor Adelaide 1875 Application 14078

PRESLAND, George gardener Marden 1881[-1891] Memorial 25/330

No 1

PRESNELL, WIlliam shoemaker Le Fevre Peninsula 1853[-1855] Memorial 62/60

PRESNELL, William formerly of Pt Adelaide but now in parts beyond the seas 1874 Memorial 114/276

No 1

PRESS, Alfred labourer Hindmarsh 1853[-1855] Memorial 96/55

No 2

PRESS, Alfred yeoman Brompton 1854 Memorial 375/75

No 1

PRESS, Alfred Ernest gentleman North Adelaide 1920 Memorial 51/483

PRESS, Alfred Ernest grazier North Adelaide 1927 Memorial 31a/498

No 1

PRESS, William labourer Adelaide 1839. He could not write Application 27433

PRESS, William carman Hindmarsh 1851 Memorial 73/35

PRESS, William labourer Hindmarsh 1851[-1855] Memorial 267/30

PRESS, William teamster Hindmarsh 1853[-1865] Memorial 221/56

PRESS, William formerly labourer 1851 but now carter Hindmarsh 1863 Application 4720

PRESS, William carter Hindmarsh 1861[-1872] Memorial 88/176, Application 2994, Application 9582

PRESS, William teamster Hindmarsh 1865 Application 6288

No 1

PRESS, William Alfred labourer Brompton 1858 Memorial 302/125

PRESS, William Alfred brickmaker Bowden 1858 Memorial 77/156

PRESS, William Stevens teamster Kooringa 1879 Memorial 162/318

PRESSEY, James farmer Langhorne Creek 1868 Memorial 86/230

No 1

PRESSEY, Thomas landowner of SA 1858 Memorial 265/142

PRESSEY, Thomas farmer Mt Gambier Hundred of Hindmarsh land grant 1870 Grant Book 30 Page 198 County Grey

PRESSLER, Fritz hotelkeeper Adelaide Golden Rule Hotel Adelaide (pt TA 158 Pirie St) 1905[-1905] Memorial 183/453

No 1

PRESSLER, Heinrich of Adelaide 1850[-1851] Memorial 310/36

PRESSLER, Heinrich cabinetmaker Adelaide 1852 Memorial 3/42

No 1

PREST, Henry storekeeper and timber merchant Pt Pirie Co Victoria. Cockburn (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1886 Grant Book 65 Page 168 County Not named

PREST, Henry merchant Pt Pirie 1887[-1890] Memorial 143/385

PREST, Henry and William BOSWORTH merchants Pt Pirie trading under the style or firm of Prest Bros 1891 Memorial 71/409

PREST, Henry warehouseman Pt Pirie 1892 Memorial 234/412

PREST, Henry storekeeper Pt Pirie 1901 Memorial 180/442

No 1

PREST, John sheep station overseer Crystal Brook and son-in-law of James JELLETT carrier Adelaide 1857[-1859] Memorial 260/124

PREST, John sheep station overseer formerly of Crystal Brook 1857 but now of Penwortham 1877 Application 16114

No 1

PRESTON, Alfred Russell baker Adelaide (Alfred St) 1854 Memorial 335/76

PRESTON, Alfred Russell licensed victualler Maid of Auckland Inn South Road 1857[-1859] Memorial 219/121

PRESTON, Alfred Russell licensed victualler Commercial Inn Adelaide (pt TA 142 Grenfell St) 1868 Memorial 135/228

PRESTON, Alfred Russell licensed victualler formerly of the Maid of Auckland Inn, South Road 1853 but now of Angaston 1869 Application 9726

PRESTON, Amos police constable Adelaide 1869[-1882] Memorial 7/243

PRESTON, Benjamin yeoman Stepney 1852[-1853] Memorial 312/45

No 1

PRESTON, Edward clerk to JE MOULDEN solicitor Adelaide 1857[-1859] Memorial 231/131

PRESTON, Edward clerk to Joseph Eldin MOULDEN solicitor King William St, Adelaide 1859 Application 21106

PRESTON, Frederick coachbuilder Adelaide 1858 Memorial 60/135

No 1

PRESTON, John farmer Noarlunga 1854[-1856] Memorial 102/63

No 2

PRESTON, John storekeeper Redruth 1861 Memorial 182/176

PRESTON, John storekeeper formerly of Redruth but now of Adelaide (King William St) 1863 Memorial 335/191

PRESTON, John merchant Adelaide 1883 Memorial 30/355

Linked with Herbert James Preston grocer Pt Adelaide 1884 Memorial 31/355

PRESTON, Morres yeoman Torrens River 1850 Memorial 154/21

No 1

PRESTON, Thomas farmer Gawler Plains 1852 Memorial 154/45

No 2

PRESTON, Thomas labourer Payneham, died 31/8/1865, of natural decay, aged 91. He left his cottage (0n the corner of Cook St and Victoria Place) and contents to his wife, Sarah Preston, in trust for life, then to his two children, William and Ann Preston equally absolutely in remainder expectant. Their daughter Mary Preston had died 2/4/1853, of scarlet fever, aged 5. Sarah Preston remarried John HAMMOND labourer Payneham in 1879. She died 15/6/1892 Adelaide Destitute Asylum, of senile decay, aged 88. By 1902, the Prestons' only son, William Preston farmer Elmhurst Glenlogie Vic came to Payneham to finalise his parents' estate. He said that the Thomas Prestons had only a son and a daughter. Elizabeth Jane TURNER, John Hammond's daughter, tried to claim the cottage for herself in an application during 1901, saying that Thomas Preston had left the property outright to her stepmother, who had given it to her in 1886. She said that the original will had been burnt. Judge GWYNNE produced a copy of the will which showed that Sarah Preston had only a life interest in the real estate Application 24387

PRESTON, Sarah widow Payneham 1878 Memorial 135/312

PRESTON, Mrs of the Destitute Asylum Adelaide 1891 Application 22091

No 1

PRESTON, William of Adelaide 1849 Memorial 459/15

PRESTON, William of Thebarton 1850 Memorial 106/23

PRESTON, William farmer Port Road 1853[-1854] Memorial 139/51

PRESTON, William formerly of Adelaide but now miner Epsom Vic 1861 Memorial 234/174

PRESTWOOD, Robert Charles gardener Summertown 1928[-1930] Memorial 59/500, Application 27792

No 1

PRETTEJOHN, John Gillard farmer Reedbeds 1877 linked with Philip Prettejohn farmer Shepparton Vic Application 15868

PRETTEJOHN, John Prettejohn Gillard farmer Reedbeds 1881 Application 18862

PRETTEJOHN, John Prettejohn Gillard farmer Reedbeds linked with Nathaniel Prettejohn farmer Reedbeds 1881 Memorial 12/336

No 1

PRETTEJOHN, Nathaniel farmer Section 161 near Adelaide 1843 Memorial 197/3

PRETTEJOHN, Nathaniel the Elder no description died c1847. He left his widow, Mary Prettejohn, the John O'Groats Inn, Hindley St, Adelaide. His eldest son, Philip Prettejohn, to get land at the Reedbeds. His second son, Nathaniel Prettejohn the Younger to get land at the Reedbeds, plus a stack of hay. His daughter, Mary Jane Prettejohn, to get pt Section 161, called the Sand Hill, at the Reedbeds. Sons John and Peter Prettejohn to get 'all my cows, working bullocks, drays etc to be their property with the implements'. The estate to remain in trust until each child turned 21 and could claim a rightful share absolutely in remainder expectant. Profits to be used for the upkeep of the family. Estate worth £50 (seems rather low) Application 15362

PRETTEJOHN, Mary widow Adelaide 1849[-1868] Memorial 10/14

PRETTEJOHN, Mary widow Reedbeds 1850 Memorial 127/21

PRETTEJOHN, Mary no description. Mother of Nathaniel Prettejohn, John Prettejohn, Gillard Prettejohn, and Peter Prettejohn 1869 Memorial 194/289

PRETTEJOHN, Mary of the Reedbeds, died February 1876. She left real estate at the Reedbeds to her sons, John Prettejohn Gillard Prettejohn farmer Reedbeds and Nathaniel Prettejohn farmer Reedbeds 1882 Application 19307

PRETTEJOHN, Philip of Shepherton Vic 1876, family links with Mary Prettejohn widow Adelaide 1849. Nathaniel Prettejohn of the Reedbeds also linked 1876 Application 15362

No 1

PRETTIJOHN, Henry gentleman Hindmarsh 1857 Memorial 277/122

PRETTIJOHN, Henry gentleman formerly of Hindmarsh but now of Salisbury 1857 Memorial 173/130

No 1

PRETTY, George labourer Lower Mitcham 1851[-1854] Memorial 315/32

No 2

PRETTY, George labourer South Road 1852 Memorial 306/40

PRETTY, George yeoman South Road 1853 Memorial 46/49

PRETTY, George yeoman Black Forest 1855 Memorial 491/89

PRETTY, George farmer Edwardstown 1857 Memorial 304/115

PRETTY, George formerly of Black Forest but now of the colony of Victoria 1861 Memorial 26/178

No 3 - perhaps a continuation of No 2

PRETTY, George carter Goodwood Road 1854 Wesleyan Methodist Memorial 436/77

PRETTY, John commercial traveller formerly of Adelaide but now of Lonsdale St, Melbourne Vic linked with Robert Pretty labourer formerly of Tarlee but now of Ballarat Vic 1889 Memorial 51/399

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

PRETTY, Robert farmer Little Para 1849[-1856] Memorial 116/16

PRETTY, Robert farmer Salisbury 1856 Memorial 238/103

PRETTY, Robert farmer Salisbury and Charlotte Pretty his wife 1859 Memorial 270/154

PRETTY, Robert the Elder farmer Salisbury and Charlotte Pretty his wife linked with John Pretty commercial traveller Adelaide and Robert Pretty the Younger stationmaster Tarlee 1888 Memorial 25/392

No 1

PRETTY, Samuel storekeeper Adelaide 1850 Memorial 413/22 Gentleman Norwood 1851 Memorial 332/33

PRETTY, Samuel labourer Stepney 1853 Memorial 416/52

PRETTY, Thomas carman Adelaide 1851 Memorial 405/30

No 1 - perhaps the same person

PREUSKER, Andreas farmer Angas Park 1854 Memorial 90/68

PREUSKER, Andreas farmer Angas Park 1859 Application 220

PREUSKER, Andreas farmer Eudunda 1885 Memorial 102/369

No 1 - perhaps the same person

PREUSKER, August farmer Grünberg 1881 Memorial 179/342

PREUSKER, Johann August linked with Section 7 Hundred of Bright Co Burra 1888 Memorial 79/390

No 1 - perhaps the same person

PREUSKER, Traugott farmer Section 3010 Hundred of Belvidere 1854 Memorial 216/73

PREUSKER, Traugott farmer Robertstown 1881 Memorial 239/335

PREUSS, Heinrich Christian Friedrich labourer The Tiers 1855[-1857] Memorial 12/84

No 1 - perhaps the same person

PREUSS, Johann Carl labourer Gawler East 1865 Memorial 236/208

PREUSS, Carl labourer Gawler 1881 Application 18418

No 1

PREUSS, Johann Gottlieb farmer Springton Hundred of Melville land grant 1876 Grant Book 19 Page 75 County Fergusson

PREUSS, Johann Gottlieb farmer near Edithburgh 1876 Memorial 158/287

PREUSS, Johann Paul farmer Pinnaroo. Hundred of Pinnaroo land grant 1926 Grant Book 12 Page 53 County Chandos

PREUSS, Johann Traugott Paul farmer Mannum 1885 Memorial 157/369

PREUSS, Johann Wilhelm farmer Springton Hundred of Melville land grant 1881 Grant Book 19 Page 84 County Fergusson

PREUSS, Max mechanic Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of Bower land grant as a site for a blacksmith shop 1899 Grant Book 18 Page 92 County Eyre

No 1

PREVELL, James plasterer Osmond Tce, Norwood 1865 Memorial 160/203

PREVELL, John labourer Norwood 1871 Memorial 16/251

PREVELL, James formerly plasterer 1865 but now labourer Osmond Tce, Norwood 1877 Application 16234

PREVOST, Jean Baptiste hairdresser Adelaide 1884 Memorial 205/357

No 1

PREWITT, George labourer Hindmarsh 1851 Memorial 261/34

PREWITT, George labourer Brompton 1851[-1854] Memorial 462/34

No 2

PREWETT, George carpenter Grünthal 1856 Memorial 116/114

PREWETT, George carpenter Littlehampton 1857 Memorial 19/132

PREWETT, George builder Glengrove 1872 Memorial 242/260

No 3

PREWETT, George builder Kangarilla 1891 Application 22005

PREWETT, George 67 widower gardener Kangarilla (Father: Stephen Prewett) married Margaret MCPHERSON 57 widow Hindmarsh (Father: William STRANG) on 22/4/1897 Franklin St Bible Christian Chapel, Adelaide. Minister: Charles TRESISE. Witnesses: H Prewett dairyman Clarence Park and Alice KIRK of Murray St, North Adelaide Application 27057

PREWETT, George gardener Kangarilla and Margaret Prewett his wife. Gave support for life to Sarah PICKERING no description 1897 Memorial 116/433

PREWETT, George gardener Kangarilla and Margaret Prewett his wife 1903 Memorial 20/448

No 4

PREWETT, George sawyer Eyres Flat 1899 Memorial 107/438

No 1

PRIAULX, George Hilaume carpenter Adelaide 1851[-1858] Memorial 295/32
PRIAULX, George Hilaume storekeeper Crystal Brook. Crystal Brook (Hundred of Crystal Brook) township allotment land grant 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 434 County Victoria

PRIAULX, George Sarre baker Crystal Brook, died no date given. By 1907, his widow, Eliza Jane Priaulx, had remarried to a Mr PLADGAER of Kent Town Memorial 150/457

PRICE, AH manager National Bank of Australasia Clare 1877 Memorial 209/302

No 1

PRICE, Benjamin James gentleman Adelaide had an interest in the Montacute Mine 1863[-1865] Memorial 267/191

PRICE, Benjamin James merchant Adelaide linked with Jeff E Price barrister SA Supreme Court 1867 Memorial 38/227

PRICE, BJ gentleman Adelaide, died 20/9/1882 Memorial 189/420

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

PRICE, Charles farmer North Adelaide 1853 Memorial 109/59

PRICE, Charles farmer Hindmarsh Island 1854[-1865] Memorial 215/61

PRICE, Charles sheep farmer Hindmarsh Island 1864 Application 5002

PRICE, Charles the Younger farmer Hindmarsh Island 1872 Application 12213

PRICE, Charles formerly farmer 1870 but now farmer and stockowner Hindmarsh Island 1877 Application 16278

PRICE, Charles the Elder farmer Hindmarsh Island Co Hindmarsh. Hundred of Eurelia land grant 1883 Grant Book 13 Page 383 County Dalhousie

PRICE, Charles the Elder stockbreeder and landowner Hindmarsh Island, died 29/4/1886. Wife: Sarah Price. Children - Thomas Sheriff Price, Charles Price the Younger, John Price grazier Hindmarsh Island (executor), Sarah CONIGRAVE wife of John Fairfax Conigrave, and Jane BARKER wife of James Barker Memorial 136/382

No 2

PRICE, Charles shopman Nuriootpa 1857 Memorial 337/118

No 3

PRICE, Charles shoemaker Aberdeen. Hundred of Kingston land grant 1863 Grant Book 8 Page 161 County Burra. Bootmaker Redruth near Kooringa. Hundred of Hallett land grant 1875 Grant Book 8 Page 125 County Burra

No 4

PRICE, Charles farmer Clare Co Stanley. Hundred of Reynolds land grant 1874 Grant Book 60 Page 31 County Victoria

No 5

PRICE, Charles the Younger farmer Hindmarsh Island Co Hindmarsh. Hundred of Bonney land grant 1879 Grant Book 54 Page 35 County Russell

No 6

PRICE, Charles farmer Wirrabara Hundred of Appila land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 506 County Frome

No 7

PRICE, Charles, Henry and John farmers Mt Bryan. Hundred of Hallett land grant 1881 Grant Book 8 Page 97 County Burra

PRICE, Charles farmer Hallett 1885 Memorial 239/369

No 8

PRICE, Charles the Younger farmer Hundred of Erskine Co Dalhousie 1882[-1886] Memorial 177/344

PRICE, Charles farmer Hundred of Erskine linked with Stanley Price dairyman Hundred of Erskine 1910 Memorial 63/463

No 9

PRICE, Charles sheep farmer Kangaroo Island 1894 Memorial 111/422

No 1 - perhaps the same person

PRICE, Edward farmer Noarlunga 1852[-1856] Memorial 227/43

PRICE, Edward farmer Willunga 1856 Memorial 415/97

No 2

PRICE, Edward farmer near Canowie Hundred of Appila land grant 1880 Grant Book 24 Page 504 County Frome

PRICE, Edward W clerk of the Local Court Gawler 1863 Memorial 318/190

PRICE, EJ of Mt Lofty 1908 Memorial 42/460

PRICE, Elford James labourer Regent St, Hackney, Myrtle Phyllis Price his wife and Barbara Dawn Price their baby daughter changed their surname to MORCOM 1940 Memorial 188/514

PRICE, Elizabeth Maud married woman Wallaroo 1905 Memorial 244/452

PRICE, Eva Madge married woman 79 Gilles St, Adelaide, aged 60 in 1956, declared that she had known the town of Burra for more than 30 years Application 29217

No 1

PRICE, Francis wheelwright Nairne 1853[-1858] Memorial 133/49

PRICE, Francis timber merchant Nairne 1862[-1866] Memorial 45/184

PRICE, Francis formerly wheelwright 1853 but now timber merchant Nairne 1872 Application 11958

No 1

PRICE, Frederick Algernon merchant Adelaide 1873[-1875] merchant Adelaide leased the Light Square Steam Mill on TA 195 Waymouth St for 4 years at £104 a year from John WYATT millowner Adelaide 1873 Memorial 148/271

PRICE, Frederick Algernon estate agent Adelaide (Commercial Chambers, Gilbert Place) 1880 Memorial 90/328

No 1

PRICE, George gentleman Wellington on the Murray 1871 Memorial 24/255

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

PRICE, George of the Portland Estate. Trustee Loyal Duke of Portland Oddfellows Lodge 1876 Memorial 96/291

PRICE, George the Younger blacksmith Portland Estate 1892 Application 22193

No 3

PRICE, George of White Horse Plains 1889 Memorial 172/398

No 1

PRICE, Granville S accountant Adelaide 1877 Memorial 110/298

PRICE, Granville Sharp accountant Adelaide 1882 Memorial 30/340

No 1

PRICE, Henry Esquire Adelaide, and Isabella Price, his wife 1846 Memorial 273/6

PRICE, Henry Esquire Pt Lincoln 1850, one of the trustees for the marriage settlement between his sister, Martha PRICE, and Arthur HARDY Esquire of Adelaide and also 105 Pall Mall, Westminster, Middlesex, England 1849 Memorial 42/23

PRICE, Henry Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now sheep farmer Pt Lincoln and Isabella Price his wife 1850 Memorial 89/26

PRICE, Henry Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now of Bathurst NSW and Isabella Price his wife 1861 Memorial 102/177

No 1

PRICE, Henry Archibald bank manager Adelaide 1877 Memorial 69/305

PRICE, Henry Archibald accountant Adelaide 1879 Memorial 230/315

PRICE, Henry Archibald bank manager Mt Gambier 1880 Memorial 175/324

PRICE, Henry Archibald gentleman Adelaide but about to leave the province 1889 Memorial 154/396

PRICE, Henry Archibald gentleman Adelaide, about to depart for parts beyond the sea, power of attorney to Charles Burton HARDY solicitor Adelaide, to manage his SA business interests in partnership with Mrs Catherine HALLETT widow late of Medindie, but presently of parts beyond the sea 1/3/1889 Deposit 20/1889

No 1

PRICE, Henry Strong gentleman Pewsey Vale Wiltshire Special Survey 1848. Enrolment/

PRICE, Henry Strong Esquire Canowie 1857 Memorial 40/122

PRICE, Henry Strong stockholder Glenelg 1862 Memorial 160/189

PRICE, Henry Strong Esquire formerly of Brighton 1858 but now of Glenelg 1865 Application 6594

PRICE, Henry Strong sheep farmer Glenelg 1871 Memorial 211/255

PRICE, Henry Strong Esquire Adelaide 1881 Application 18696

No 1

PRICE, James and Charles, and Evan POWELL drapers Adelaide (42 Rundle St) 1855[-1857]. J Price sold his share to his partners in 1862 Memorials 104/84, 288/127 & 31/182

PRICE, James and WATT, Hugh drapers Adelaide, probably became bankrupts in 1864 Memorial 10/193

No 1

PRICE, Jeffrey Evan merchant Adelaide (Hindley St) 1854 Memorial 192/70

PRICE, Jeffrey Evan formerly of Hindley St, Adelaide but now of Section 4000 Hundred of Onkaparinga 1854 Memorial 296/76

PRICE, Jeffrey Evan formerly gentleman Adelaide (Hindley St) 1854 now farmer Glengyle near Balhannah 1865 Application 6503.

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

PRICE, Jeffrey Evan clerk to Richard HICKS solictor Adelaide 1855[-1874] Memorial 9/86

PRICE, Jeffrey Evan of City Chambers Adelaide 1858[-1865] Memorial 135/146

PRICE, Jeff E clerk to Messrs HICKS & DALY solicitors Adelaide 1865 Memorial 127/203

PRICE, Jeffrey Evan solicitor Adelaide 1866[-1869] Memorials 192/246 & 29/248

No 1

PRICE, John labourer married Mary Ann WYNNE spinster on 6/4/1846 Holy Trinity North Tce Adelaide. Minister: James FARRELL. Witnesses: Elizabeth RYBIRD?? and Thomas ROWE. John Price labourer no address, died 22/1/1862 Melbourne Hospital, of morbus cordis and chronic hepatitis, aged 44. He was born in Liverpool, England, and had been 17 years in the colonies. He arrived SA per the William Metcalf. Mary Ann Price died 16/6/1868. Their daughter, Emma Roach, wife of William Henry Roach accountant Royal Tce, off Gilles St, Adelaide 1899 Application 23897

No 2

PRICE, John fisherman Alberton 1851 Memorial 439/36

No 3

PRICE, John farmer Willunga 1851 Memorial 306/33

PRICE, John brickmaker Willunga 1856 Memorial 2/112

No 4

PRICE, John farmer Goolwa Co Hindmarsh. Hundred of Eurelia land grant 1882 Grant Book 13 Page 380 County Dalhousie

No 5

PRICE, John of Mylor 1896 Memorial 149/428

PRICE, John Baptist minister Mt Barker 1894 Application 22734

No 1

PRICE, John Clift butcher Paskeville 1895[-1895] Memorial 45/424

PRICE, John Clift farmer Paskeville. Hundred of Kulpara land grant 1902 Grant Book 14 Page 334 County Daly

PRICE, John Clift grazier Paskeville. Paskeville (Hundred of Kulpara) township allotment land grant 1906 Grant Book 14 Page 199 County Daly

PRICE, John Clift storekeeper Paskeville. Hundred of Clinton land grant 1907 Grant Book 14 Page 140 County Daly

PRICE, John Clift butcher and storekeeper Paskeville. Hundred of Kulpara land grant 1911 Grant Book 14 Page 338 County Daly

No 1

PRICE, John Griffith grocer Wallaroo 1905 Memorial 217/453

PRICE, John Griffith grocer's assistant Wallaroo, died 6/5/1912. He left his entire estate (worth £720) to his mother, Jane Price married woman Wallaroo. He owned four allotments in Pt Lincoln Application 26171

PRICE, John William labourer Naracoorte Hundred of Naracoorte land grant 1899 Grant Book 50 Page 118 County Robe

No 1

PRICE, Moses mason North Adelaide 1852 Memorial 26/46

PRICE, Moses labourer Gilberton 1856 Memorial 139/108

PRICE, Moses mason Gilberton and Mary Ann Price his wife 1877. Mary Ann Price widow Ashton Cottage, Gilberton, died 19/10/1891. Grandmother of Edith Maud Marie PORTER wife of William Nathan Porter carter Gilberton. Thomas Price stockholder Goondiwinde Qld must be a relative Memorials 242 & 243 & 244/413

PRICE, Moses mason Gilberton died 29/10/1877. He left his home at Gilberton to his wife, Mary Ann Price. She died 19/10/1891, and left the property to her granddaughter, Edith Maud Marie PORTER, wife of William Nathan Porter carter Gilberton, who had lived with her grandparents since early 1877. The Prices had come to live there in 1872 Application 23292

No 1

PRICE, Richard police constable Adelaide 1857 Memorial 319/131

PRICE, Richard of Adelaide formerly police constable 1859 Memorial 247/160

PRICE, Richard labourer Adelaide 1865[-1875] Memorial 102/202

No 1 – perhaps the same person

PRICE, Robert miner Adelaide, power of attorney to Thomas BREAKELL gentleman Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 22/1/1873 Deposit 118/1873

PRICE, Robert smelter Wallaroo. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1874 Grant Book 14 Page 84 County Daly

PRICE, Samuel Robert hotelkeeper Paskeville. Paskeville (Hundred of Kulpara) township allotment land grant 1906 Grant Book 14 Page 200 County Daly

No 1

PRICE, Thomas architect Prospect 1848[-1849] Memorial 97/12

PRICE, Thomas architect Adelaide 1849 Memorial 339/17
No 2

PRICE, Thomas farmer McLaren Vale 1856 Memorial 380/100

PRICE, Thomas farmer Rapid Bay 1857 Memorial 330/135

PRICE, Thomas farmer Sapper's Flat Rapid Bay 1863 Application 4155

No 3

PRICE, Thomas farmer Mt Pleasant near Vivonne Bay, Kangaroo Island 1881 Memorial 177/329

PRICE, Thomas sheep farmer Kangaroo Island 1883 Memorial 116/347

PRICE, Thomas farmer Menzies. Hundred of Menzies land grant 1883 Grant Book 11 Page 59 County Carnarvon

PRICE, Thomas farmer Hundred of Menzies 1890 Memorial 130/405

No 4

PRICE, Thomas butcher Greens Plains East. Paskeville (Hundred of Kulpara) township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 14 Page 196 County Daly

PRICE, Thomas storekeeper Paskeville 1887 Memorial 6/386

PRICE, Thomas butcher Greens Plains 1894 Memorial 75/420

PRICE, Thomas butcher Greens Plains, died 4/7/1896. Husband of Harriet Caroline Price widow Paskeville and father of John Clift Price farmer Paskeville by 1901 Memorial 15/443

No 5

PRICE, Thomas stockholder Goondiwindi Qld 1892 Memorial 118/412

PRICE, Thomas Henry farmer Paskeville. Hundred of Kulpara land grant 1913 Grant Book 14 Page 340 County Daly

No 1

PRICE, Thomas Sheriff farmer Hindmarsh Island Hundred of Baker land grant 1865 Grant Book 54 Page 6 County Russell

PRICE, Thomas Sheriff farmer Narridy. Hundred of Narridy land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 251 County Victoria

PRICE, Thomas Sheriff farmer Eurelia Co Dalhousie. Hundred of Willochra land grant 1877 Grant Book 24 Page 535 County Frome

PRICE, Thomas Sheriff farmer formerly of Goolwa but now of Eurelia 1882 Memorial 233/340

PRICE, Thomas Sheriff sheep farmer Eurelia 1887 Memorial 65/383

PRICE, W clerk in the Engineer and Architect's Office Adelaide 1866 Memorial 3/216

No 1

PRICE, William farmer Hurtle Vale 1843 [Is this really William Baker Price?] Memorial 56/3

No 2

PRICE, William farmer Lobethal 1845 Memorial 431/5

No 3

PRICE, William farmer Adelaide 1849 Memorial 187/18

PRICE, William farmer formerly of Adelaide, but now of Bugle Ranges 1849[-1856] Memorial 345/18

PRICE, William Esquire Bugle Ranges 1852 Memorial 8/41

PRICE, WIlliam farmer Bugle Ranges near Macclesfield 1859 Memorial 318/148

No 4

PRICE, William of Kapunda 1863 Memorial 212/191

PRICE, William bullock driver Kapunda 1866 Memorial 15/211

No 5

PRICE, William storekeeper Mt Lofty 1864 Memorial 333/197

PRICE, William storekeeper Crafers 1869 Memorial 110/240

PRICE, Anne widow of the late William Price storekeeper Crafers 1896 Application 23137

No 6

PRICE, William fisherman Noarlunga 1909, declared that he was 56 and had spent his whole life in the area Application 25560

No 1

PRICE, William Baker labourer Hurtle Vale Adelaide 1840 Application 13004

PRICE, William Baker labourer Hurtle Vale 1846 Memorial 61/6

PRICE, William Jennings compositor North Unley 1926 Application 27517

No 1

PRICE, William Sanders plaisterer Hindmarsh 1848 Memorial 50/304

PRICE, William Sanders plasterer Bacon St, Hindmarsh died 28/2/1853. He had bought an allotment there in December 1848 and immediately erected a cottage on the site where he lived for the rest of his life. He left his entire estate to his wife, Ann Price. Mrs Price remarried to George SANSOM on 14/7/1853. George Sansom died 25/5/1867. Benjamin GOULD grocer Bowden, presently Mayor of Hindmarsh 1896, said that his parents had been very friendly with the Prices since 1848, often visiting each other's homes until both Ephraim and Susannah Gould died 1891 Application 23104

No 1

PRIDEAUX, Abraham labourer Le Fevre Peninsula 1863 Memorial 51/190

PRIDEAUX, Ann widow of the late Abraham Prideaux stevedore Pt Adelaide, who died 16/8/1875 intestate Application 14517

No 1

PRIDEAUX, Edwin farmer Tam O'Shanter Belt 1856 Memorial 468/97

PRIDEAUX, Edwin gentleman Tam O’Shanter Belt, power of attorney to Alfred ATKINSON Esquire Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 1/4/1856 Deposit 447/1857

PRIDEAUX, Edwin [formerly farmer Tam O'Shanter Belt but now] miner Adelaide 1858 Memorial 282/155

PRIDEAUX, Edwin farmer formerly of Tam O'Shanter Belt but now of Pt Gawler 1859 Memorial 365/160

PRIDEAUX, Edwin farmer Pt Gawler 1862 Memorial 139/186

PRIDEAUX, Edwin farmer Virginia 1868 Memorial 231/231

No 1

PRIDEAUX, George carpenter Kooringa 1851 Memorial 55/34

PRIDEAUX, George probably of in or near Sandhurst Vic by 1858 Memorial 90/142

No 1

PRIDEAUX, Jacob labourer Hindmarsh 1854 Memorial 465/63

PRIDEAUX, Jacob full bachelor servant Trillcote (Father: William Prideaux labourer) married Maria WEAKLY full spinster Forda (Father: William Weakly labourer) 1/8/1850 North Petherwyn parish church, Devon, England. The Prideaux emigrated to SA. Jacob Prideaux labourer Pt Adelaide, died 6/3/1868 intestate, aged 42. William Prideaux labourer Pt Adelaide 1871, born 20/11/1850 England, baptised in the parish church later that year, was the eldest son and heir at law. Application 13460

No 1

PRIDEAUX, Laurence baker Yankalilla 1921 Memorial 74/484

PRIDEAUX, Laurence baker Yankalilla 1922 Application 27041

PRIDEAUX, Richard farmer Clare 1850 Memorial 51/21

No 1

PRIDEAUX, Thomas labourer Hindmarsh 1849 Memorial 306/13

PRIDEAUX, Thomas 26 labourer Newton near Lavannick?? Launceston, Cornwall (Father: William Prideaux labourer) married Ann HARRIS 26 domestic servant Northill (Father: James Harris labourer) on 12/12/1845 Launceston Registry Office. The Prideaux emigrated to SA. Thomas Prideaux labourer Hindmarsh, died 18/5/1849 intestate, of dysentery, aged 29. His son and heir at law, Thomas Richard Smith Prideaux, was born on 2/7/1849, two months after his father’s death. Jane SMITH of Hindmarsh, an aunt to the child, registered the birth. Jane Prideaux, later wife of Frederick REEVES nurseryman Hindmarsh, was the only other Prideaux child. Widow Ann Prideaux remarried, to a Mr MUGRIDGE. She was widowed again by 1885 Application 20803

No 1 - perhaps the same person

PRIDEAUX, William labourer Pt Adelaide eldest son and heir at law of the late Jacob Prideaux formerly labourer Pt Adelaide but now deceased 1871 Memorial 117/257

PRIDEAUX, William fireman Pt Adelaide 1876[-1878] Memorial 228/290

PRIDER, John gentleman Kingston S-E 1878 Memorial 208/305

PRIDER, William labourer Penola 1864[-1881] Memorial 163/200

No 1

PRIDHAM, Daniel farmer Kulpara 1891 Memorial 152/407

PRIDHAM, Daniel farmer Kulpara. Hundred of Kulpara land grant 1902[-1924] Grant Book 14 Page 334 County Daly

PRIDHAM, Daniel farmer Melton. Hundred of Kulpara land grant 1906 Grant Book 14 Page 336 County Daly

PRIDHAM, Daniel Hedley farmer Aldinga 1929 Memorial 171/502

PRIDHAM, David Henry farmer Aldinga 1915 Memorial 59/472

No 1 – perhaps the same person

PRIDHAM, Edward farmer Lochiel 1897 Memorial 195/430

PRIDHAM, Edward no details, died 30/3/1925. Executors – George James STEVENS retired farmer Glenelg and Adam Robertson CORSTON farmer Snowtown Grant Book 15 Page 39 County Daly

PRIDHAM, James blacksmith Brompton 1851[-1854] Memorial 194/34

No 1 – perhaps the same person

PRIDHAM, Jasper farmer Willunga 1853[-1869] Memorial 359/53

PRIDHAM, Jasper farmer Crystal Brook Co Victoria. Hundred of Cameron land grant 1879 Grant Book 14 Page 439 County Daly

PRIDHAM, John farmer Lochiel 1890 Memorial 119/401

No 1

PRIDMORE, Cyril Eustace vigneron McLaren Vale 1910 Memorial 100/463

PRIDMORE, Cyril Eustace McLaren Vale. McLaren Vale Public Hall Association trustee 1913 Memorial 128/468

PRIDMORE, Reuben labourer North Adelaide 1851[-1855] Memorial 468/35

No 1

PRIDMORE, Samuel labourer North Adelaide 1850 Memorial 82/25

PRIDMORE, Samuel carter North Adelaide 1854[-1855]. Peter Pridmore mentioned without description Memorial 496/62

PRIDMORE, Samuel carter South Adelaide 1857 Memorial 29/124

PRIDMORE, Samuel carrier North Adelaide 1860 Memorial 22/165

PRIDMORE, Samuel no description, died 30/7/1876. Executors: Peter Pridmore wheat merchant Adelaide and William Pridmore cornfactor Adelaide 1877 Memorial 104/301

PRIDMORE, William merchant Norwood, died 25/11/1890. Husband of Annie Pridmore. Perhaps father of Joseph Brook Pridmore clerk Adelaide Memorial 67/408

PRIEDMANN, Christian farmer Angas Park 1856[-1859] Memorial 150/98

PRIEST, Abel Colley out of business Gawler formerly and for many years of Willaston 1906 supplied George BROWN carpenter Willaston now deceased with materials in 1857 to fence in his allotment of land No 11. George Brown died 16/10/1879. His widow, Sarah Brown, later became Mrs Sarah GOODGER Application 24516

PRIEST, Benjamin painter Stirling West 1913 Application 26204

No 1

PRIEST, Charles William ironmonger North Adelaide 1869 Application 20364

PRIEST, Charles William land agent Adelaide 1875[-1898] Memorial 239/282

PRIEST, Charles William formerly ironmonger North Adelaide but now land agent Adelaide 1893 Application 22581

PRIEST, Charles William the Elder land agent near Miller's Corner Glenelg 1901 Application 24201

PRIEST, Charles William land agent Glenelg 1905, declared that he had lived continuously at St Leonards for 26 years until 1903 'and I have had more land transactions, and assisted in the building of more houses there than any other man I know - thus being competent to speak with definiteness and precision thereon'. Application 25041

PRIEST, Charles William land agent Glenelg 1907 Memorial 511/457

PRIEST, Charles William the Elder land agent Glenelg, though temporarily of Colombo Ceylon, died 12/2/1911 Glenelg. His estate worth £15,740. He made his will 19/11/1910 in Colombo. Albert STUBBS of Wayville, but temporarily of Colombo, and his wife, Marie Therese Robin, witnessed the will. Executors: Charles William Priest the Younger land agent Glenelg and Arthu Richard Priest land agent Pirie St, Adelaide. Bequests of up to £90 to pay his son CW Priest the Younger the costs of the trip to Colombo 'for my sake'; £20 towards the cost of building a new Methodist manse at Brighton. £6 to Miss Ada AVERY lady missionary at Mymerisingh in East Bengal to support one child for one year. £1 a week to his wife, Annie Sarah Priest and to Florence May Priest spinster Glenelg and Ellen Mary PITHERS nee Priest wife of Robert Hiercock Pithers labourer Glenelg 'during their respective lives and for their separate use; payment weekly'. £10 to Georgiana LIGHT (sister-in-law), Emily Emma MICHELL (sister), Ellen Mary PITHERS, Florence May Priest (daughters), Caroline Adelaide LLOYD (housekeeper), Elizabeth Ann FRANCIS (late clerk), Annie STUTLEY (niece), Adelaide Benevolent and Stranger's Friend Society (Mr VINCENT Secretary) Children's Hospital North Adelaide (HT BURGESS Secretary), Institution for Blind, Deaf and Dumb Brighton (Dr JOHNSON Secretary) and Minda. His late clerk Elizabeth Ann Francis to pay the trustees £1 a year, on 1 January as full payment for all interest on £300 CW Priest had lent to her to purchase Lot 79 Edison St, St Leonards. To pay out in equal amounts the remainder from a £200 fund, to Matilda BALL (sister-in-law), Anne Ball and Phoebe SHUTTERWOOD (nieces) of Leicester, Co Leicester, England. Other bequests to the Home Mission Fund, The Foreign Mission Fund, and the SA Loan Fund 'all well-known funds'. To transfer to the New Methodist Trust to be created part lot 74 of the plan deposited in the LTO No 966 'and to build a hall of galvanized iron, wall lined with plain galvanized :… with good board floor on joists resting on jarrah beams (not dwarf walls) floor to ceiling … at least 2' clear space to be under the floor; put shelves inside all round of best floor board as needed for the books hereinafter named. And I give all the books I have to stock it as a free reading room to the intent that all who desire (especially those known as working men) may have access to valuable and costly works without cost. And I further direct that the building now occupied by HARRINGTON at the south-west side of said land be raised and enlarged so as to be available for committee rooms or other useful purposes and I enjoin that the trust to be formed show marked favour to Rechabites or moderate sections of the Labour Party, but sternly to ban dancing, boxing , billiards and such like sport. I give my Alexander Harmonium and Library of Music to the same cause. About £150 should complete the work above designated'. The rest of the estate to be divided equally between CW Priest's two sons, who were also the executors 1932 Application 27878

PRIEST, Detective of the Detective Office Adelaide 1910 Application 25749

No 1

PRIEST, Edmund Girdlestone stone cutter Mintaro 1871 Application 11809

PRIEST, Edmund Girdlestone stone cutter Mintaro 1878[-1884] Memorial 244/305

PRIEST, EG clerk Mintaro 1887 Memorial 214/386

PRIEST, Edmund Girdlestone quarry manager Mintaro 1896 Memorial 134/427

PRIEST, Edmund Girdlestone storekeeper Mintaro, died 21/1/1902. Husband of Mary Ann Priest Memorial 78/445

PRIEST, Edward William sub-inspector detective North Unley 1906 Application 25227

No 1 - possibly the Elder

PRIEST, George plasterer North Adelaide 1853[-1856] Hundred of Munno Para land grant Memorial 449/50

PRIEST, George plasterer North Adelaide 1860 Application 1125

No 2 - the Younger

PRIEST, George the Younger plasterer North Adelaide 1856 Hundred of Mudla Wirra land grant Memorial 343/118

PRIEST, George plasterer Section 191 Hundred of Mudla Wirra 1856 Memorial 124/114

PRIEST, George the Younger mason North Adelaide Hundred of Mudla Wirra land grant 1864 Grant Book 27 Page 287 County Gawler

PRIEST, George the Younger of Templers Great North Road 1857 Memorial 141/135

PRIEST, Henry William land agent Pt Lincoln 1929[-1930] Memorial 134/501

PRIEST, James mason North Adelaide, died 11/10/1865 Application 22581

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

PRIEST, John bricklayer North Adelaide 1853 Memorial 213/57

PRIEST, John the Younger bricklayer North Adelaide 1854[-1855] Memorial 169/67

PRIEST, John bricklayer and plasterer North Adelaide 1854 Memorial 491/76

PRIEST, John builder Adelaide 1882 Application 19292

PRIEST, John builder Adelaide (Angas St) 1886 Application 21013

PRIEST, John builder Adelaide 1918 Application 26644

PRIEST, Thomas of Pt Lincoln held shares in the Burrawing Mine 1867 Memorials 3 & 28/226

PRIEST, Thomas Henry farmer Pt Lincoln 1859 Memorial 261/157

No 1

PRIEST, Thompson stonemason Mintaro 1855[-1862] Memorial 381/92, Application 3083

PRIEST, Thompson builder Mintaro 1859[-1868] Memorial 264/157

PRIEST, Thompson quarryman Mintaro 1867 Memorial 218/218

PRIEST, Thomson slate quarry proprietor Mintaro 1869[-1877] Memorial 26/251 Chairman of the District of Stanley Mintaro 1870 Memorial 94/251

PRIEST, Thompson builder Mintaro 1874 Memorial 8/276

PRIEST, Thompson quarry inspector Mintaro 1876 Memorial 159/296

PRIEST, Thompson quarry proprietor Minataro, died 10/5/1888. Father of Elizabeth Ann DAVIES wife of Sydney Daye Davies police trooper Riverton, Frances Laura MARSTON wife of Francis Henry Marston blacksmith Mintaro and Edmund Girdlestone Priest quarry manager Mintaro Memorial 196/392 & RPA Search 767

No 1

PRIESTLEY, Adam storekeeper Athelstone 1861 Application 2334

PRIESTLEY, Adam stonemason formerly of Athelstone 1862 but now of Kent Town 1870 Application 10870

PRIESTLEY, Edward Roland wool merchant Adelaide 1878 Grant Book 18 Page 7 County Eyre

PRIMAVESI, Hildavaldo barometer maker Adelaide (Hindley St) 1849 Memorial 407/18

No 1

PRIME, David labourer Brompton 1873 Memorial 151/264

PRIME, David blacksmith Brompton 1882 Application 19271

PRIME, David Roy of Chief St, Brompton, a member of the AIF about to leave for overseas linked with Letty Prime spinster Chief St, Brompton 1916 Memorial 159/474

No 1

PRIME, Eli labourer Dublin 1880 Memorial 140/325

PRIME, Eli labourer Dublin Hundred of Dublin land grant 1881 Grant Book 26 Page 347 County Gawler

PRIME, Eli labourer Brompton 1909, linked with Job and Joel Prime farmers Dublin Application 25570

No 1

PRIME, Job labourer Brompton 1862 Application 3625

PRIME, Job farmer Dublin Hundred of Dublin land grant 1884 Grant Book 26 Page 351 County Gawler

PRIME, Joel farmer Dublin Pt Prime (Hundred of Dublin) township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 27 Page 453 County Gawler

PRIME, Joel farmer Dublin Hundred of Dublin land grant 1881[-1882] Grant Book 26 Page 346 County Gawler

PRIME, Joel farmer Pt Wakefield 1882 Memorial 133/338

PRIME, Joel farmer Dublin 1882 Memorial 134/338

No 1

PRIME, Nathan labourer Brompton 1852[-1857] Memorial 321/44

PRIME, Nathan labourer Brompton 1859 Application 188

PRIME, Nathan farmer Brompton 1868 Application 9273

PRIME, Nathan labourer Brompton 1870 Application 10861

PRIME, Nathan dairyman Brompton, died 1872. Husband of Sarah Prime and father of Eli Prime Memorial 200/261

PRIME, Olivia Ann widow Bowden 1925 Application 27345

No 1

PRIME, Philip farmer McLaren Vale 1855 Memorial 94/89

PRIME, Philip farmer McLaren Vale 1866 Application 8008

No 1

PRIMER, Ebenezer farmer Clarendon 1854 Memorial 442/63

PRIMER, Ebenezer farmer Chandler Hill 1857 Memorial 41/153

PRIMER, Thomas labourer Virginia Hundred of Dublin land grant 1877[-1878] Grant Book 26 Page 337 County Gawler

PRIMROSE, James Robert gentleman Glenelg, died 5/11/1879. While the firm of John Primrose & Co survives, the following annuities to be paid out of his share of the income; £200 to his uncle William READ brewer Hindmarsh; £100 to his natural child by the late Jessie BELL of Sydney NSW, and if the child should die, the sum to go to his aunt, Mrs KIRKLAND of Vic; £100 to his aunt, the wife of his late uncle Alexander PRIMROSE of Chicago USA; the remainder of the income to be divided into halves - one part to his brother, Alexander Primrose, and the other half to his brother’s wife free of his control. After the firm of John Primrose & Co dissolved, the assets to be invested. £2,000 to be put aside in trust for his natural child by the late Jessie BELL of Sydney NSW, until he reached the age of 21, when he inherited the money absolutely. JR Primrose's uncle, James Primrose of Kincardine, Scotland, to get £1,000; his aunt, the widow of Alexander Primrose in the USA to get £1,000. £200 each as a present to William Ross SAWERS and Charles JAMES both of the Union Brewery, and to Arthur Rail MALCOM of the Union Brewery, to his mother Mrs Malcom, and to his nephews, the children of Arthur Rail Malcom. The rest of the money to be invested in trust - half for Alexander Primrose, the other half for his wife, the surviver to enjoy the income of the deceased partner, then the principle to be divided equally amongst the children of Alexander Primrose and his wife. Auguste DAVIES solicitor and Arthur Rail Malcom brewer both of Adelaide, to be the trustees Enrolment 18/53

No 1

PRIMROSE, John distiller Adelaide 1842 Memorial 378/1

PRIMROSE, John brewer Adelaide 1848 Memorial 468/62

PRIMROSE, John brewer Adelaide (Hindley St) 1849[-1854]. He owned the World’s End public house at Magill. Lease to Isaac GEPP Memorial 71/17

PRIMROSE, John brewer Adelaide, power of attorney to William Ross SAWERS accountant Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 26/4/1873 Deposit 216/1876

PRINCE, Athelstan George formerly mercantile clerk Eton St, Malvern 1904 but now public accountant Commonwealth Bank Chambers King William St, Adelaide 1926 Application 27194

PRINCE, Ellen wife of L Prince salesman Mitcham 1942 Application 28338

No 1

PRINCE, George merchant Adelaide 1849 Memorial 202/17

PRINCE, George merchant Mitcham. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1850 Grant Book 1 Page 19 County Adelaide

PRINCE, George merchant formerly of Kensington but now of Adelaide 1855 Memorial 436/84

PRINCE, George china merchant Adelaide 1856 Memorial 465/95

PRINCE, George Esquire Mitcham 1851 Memorial 25/35

PRINCE, George gentleman Mitcham and Sarah Prince, his wife 1853[-1859] Memorial 256/48

PRINCE, George gentleman Mitcham 1861 Application 2267

PRINCE, George Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now of Mitcham 1862 Memorial 122/188

PRINCE, George Esquire formerly of Adelaide 1859 but now of Mitcham 1864 Application 5814

PRINCE, George Esquire Mitcham, died 10/10/1891. Father of Henry Greenwood Prince florist Mitcham, Lloyd Prince salesman Mitcham, Esther Turner LILLECRAPP wife of Albert Lillecrapp, Ellen BOUNDY wife of John Boundy, Emily Palmer Prince, James Prince (now deceased - his wife Mary Ann Prince) Memorials 2, 22/444

PRINCE, George timber merchant Adelaide 1876 Memorial 223/293

PRINCE, Mr navigator Adelaide 1839 Application 16773

PRINCE, Henry and John the Younger farmers Mitcham 1857 Memorial 311/125

No 1 – Henry Greenwood Prince

PRINCE, HG agent Mitcham linked with Lloyd Prince salesman Mitcham and Emily Palmer spinster Mitcham 1892 Memorial 195/412

PRINCE, HG florist Belair linked with Lloyd Prince salesman Mitcham 1893 Memorial 157/418

PRINCE, Henry Greenwood agent Belair Co Adelaide. Tarcoola (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1901 Grant Book 65 Page 303 County Not named

No 1 - the Younger

PRINCE, John the Younger yeoman Mitcham 1854 Memorial 45/66

PRINCE, John the Younger farmer Mitcham 1881 Memorial 74/336

PRINCE, John farmer West Mitcham linked with George Prince china merchant Adelaide 1856 Memorial 233/104

PRINCE, John the Younger yeoman Mitcham 1861 Application 2468

PRINCE, John storekeeper Lower Mitcham 1870 Memorial 103/248

PRINCE, John contractor Mitcham, became a bankrupt in 1883 Memorial 52/354

PRINCE, John contractor Mitcham, power of attorney to Edward Newman GAMBLE agent Adelaide, to assume any of the Prince Estate remaining after the creditors had received their share, as a pro rata share towards repayment of the debts which John Prince owed him 30/6/1883 Deposit 244/1883

PRINCE, John the Younger of Sydney NSW owned land at Brownhill Creek 1884 Memorial 3/361

PRINCE, John gentleman formerly of Mitcham but now of Wyngan NSW 1890 Memorial 76/405

PRINCE, John the Younger gentleman formerly of Lower Mitcham but now of Chatswood NSW 1899 Memorial 234/437

PRINCE, John the Younger gentleman formerly Lower Mitcham but now of Chatsworth NSW 1900 Application 24057

PRINCE, Nathan labourer Brompton 1859 Application 188

No 1

PRINCE, William clerk to HW PARKER solicitor Adelaide 1851[-1852] Memorial 345/29

PRINCE, W of Adelaide 1854[-1860] Memorial 80/67

PRINCE, W solicitor Strathalbyn 1857[-1858] Memorial 100/134

No 1

PRINDIVILLE, John farmer Hundred of Mudla Wirra 1856 Memorial 105/109

PRINDIVILLE, Johnn of Section 136 Hundred of Mudla Wirra 1859 Memorial 220/161

PRINDIVILLE, John farmer Roseworthy Hundred of Wauraltee land grant 1883 Grant Book 19 Page 223 County Fergusson

PRINDIVILLE, John farmer Urania Maitland trustee school Hundred of Wauraltee land grant 1884 Grant Book 19 Page 224 County Fergusson

PRINDIVILLE, John storekeeper Urania Hundred of Wauraltee land grant 1893 Grant Book 19 Page 226 County Fergusson

No 1

PRING, Daniel Captain in the Royal Navy of Bedford Row, Middlesex, England, purchased investment land grants in Adelaide and Survey B for later lease 1837-1839 Memorials 198-199/12

PRING, Daniel Captain in the Royal Navy now or late on the Mediterranean Station 1846 Memorial 152/7

PRING, Daniel Captain in the Royal Navy Ivedon, parish of Awliscombe, Devon, England, died 29/11/1846 Port Royal, Jamaica, West Indies, whilst Commodore at that station. Estate worth £2,000. His manor at Iveden and other lands at Elwells, to his wife, Anne Pring, in trust for life; then absolutely in remainder expectant to his nephew, John Daniel Pring , son of the testator's sister Elizabeth Pring, wife of James Pring Esquire the Elder Taunton, Somerset, provided JD Pring paid his eldest surving brother in turn a £50 annuity for his lifetime, starting with James PRING the Younger Doctor of Medicine. Some SA real estate involved in the will Deposit 300/1855

TAYLOR, John the Younger civil engineer Queen St Place, London, Middlesex, England, married 19/10/1840, declared: Daniel PRING Captain in the Royal Navy formerly of Ivedon Penn, Awliscombe, Devon, was an uncle to the declarant, being his mother’s brother. D Pring died 29/11/1846 at Port Royal in Jamaica, West Indies, while Commodore there. The Captain left a widow, Ann Pring Deposit 301/1855

PRING, Ernest Henry moulder Willaston 1910 Memorial 23/463

No 1

PRING, Henry labourer Cuthro Station Darling River NSW 1875[-1880] Memorial 190/285

PRING, Henry labourer Cuthero Station Darling River NSW and Ruth Rosetta Pring his wife. Links with Gawler 1893 Memorial 190/416

PRING, Henry gentleman Willaston and Ruth Rosetta Pring his wife 1906, a daughter of Richard PANTER labourer Willaston, who died 22/9/1867 Application 25198

No 1

PRINGLE, James gentleman Adelaide 1842 Memorial 67/2

PRINGLE, James commission agent Adelaide (Rundle St) 1849 Memorial 319/16

PRINGLE, James storekeeper Walkerville 1851[-1854] Memorial 48/33

PRINGLE, James storekeeper Walkerville, died 19/10/1857. Some of his personal estate bequeathed to his wife, Elizabeth Pringle absolutely. The rest of his estate went into trust which lasted at least until the early 1890s. 1st trustees; Thomas REYNOLDS grocer Adelaide (Rundle St) and Anthony FORSTER Esquire Adelaide (Hindley St) Memorial 76/397 & Application 30182

No 2

PRINGLE, James labourer SA. Links with Victoria township near Kapunda 1851 Memorial 97/38

PRINGLE, James from Scotland (probably Glasgow), later fireman Kapunda smelting works c1852, and friends with William and Louisa PAULEY, who were working at Kapunda at the time (later gardeners Norwood 1869). ‘James Pringle was of a sallow complexion with dark hair and whiskers and was tall but stooped from an injury apparently in his left hip or thigh which caused him to walk lame and halt in walking’ ‘and his height was about five feet seven inches.’ The Pauleys and James Pringle were on board the South Sea, Captain BRETT, which left Hobson Bay for London in Feb 1854. James Pringle told the Pauleys that he had been working in a damp hole on the Victorian diggings and had caught cold. His doctor, the surgeon of the South Sea, formerly practising in Bendigo, said that he should go home to Scotland for rest. Pringle had sent home to his relatives all his money through a Victorian Bank, except for 20 sovereigns. James Pringle told the Pauleys that he had done very well on the diggings, and had land near Pt Adelaide and in other parts of the province. When the ship went through the tropics, James Pringle died in April 1854, of consumption and was buried at sea. Pringle generally wore sailor’s clothes and spoke with a Scotch accent. Captain Brett took possessioin of James Pringle’s silver watch and chain, the 20 gold sovereigns and a gold ring from his finger. The captain sold his clothes by auction. A Quintin Pringle Bachelor of Law and teacher St George’s Road, Glasgow, inherited James Pringle’s estate aned worked with John RUDALL solicitor Gawler to settle the SA estate Application 10469

PRINGLE, James seaman later of Kapunda, died intestate and unmarried. His brother, Quintin PRINGLE, LLB and teacher St George’s Road, Glasgow, Scotland, inherited his property as heir at law. Power of attorney to William BREWER Town Clerk Kapunda and John RUDALL solicitor Gawler, to sell the real estate and settle affairs 30/10/1868. Quintin Pringle declared: James Pringle was the eldest child of Quintin Pringle servant Glasgow and Elisabeth THOMSON, born 1/4/1829. J Pringle was apprenticed in 1845 as a sailor, and went on his first voyage in the ship Kilmaurs to Trinidad in the West Indies. On the return journey, as the ship was approaching Ireland, James Pringle fell from the topmast and had his left leg ad thigh dislocated. Following admission to the Cork Hospital, he was discharge without the injury setting properly, and always had a slight halt in walking. James Pringle left Glasgow on 13/1/1846 to join the ship Duke of Wellington at Liverpool. He went on several voyages to India and other parts of the world, rising to the rank of mate. In 1849, James Pringle left the ship at Pt Adelaide, working as a labourer in Adelaide and later Kapunda. He corresponded regularly with his brother in Scotland. In 1853, James Pringle said that he had been to the Victorian gold diggings and intended to return there. Nothing heard of the man since then; letters returned through the dead letter office. The family advertised in several British newspapers and James Manson builder Kapunda advertised in SA for them. J Manson had a relative - Mrs Manson 1 Bedford St, Stockbridge, Edinburgh.Two Pringle sisters had died in infancy and childhood respectively, leavingonly Quintin Pringle Junr, born 12/10/1835 at Holme St, Glasgow, as a surving sibling. Deposits 34, 35/1869

PRINGLE, Lionel Ernest cabinetmaker Clarence Park 1916 Application 26514

PRINGLE, Robert commercial traveller Adelaide 1887 Memorial 199/517

PRINGLE, Sarah widow licensed victualler Mitcham, died 9/4/1886. Her estate worth £800. She willed her entire estate to her daughter, Alice Pringle, apart from 20 guineas to her executor, John WATERMAN agent Park St, Unley Memorial 228/376

No 1

PRINTZ, Emile and CHRISTEN, August Franz merchants Adelaide 1855 Memorial 86/90

PRINTZ, Emile and CHRISTEN, Franz millers, dealers and merchants Adelaide carrying on business under the style or firm of Printz and Christen, became bankrupts in 1858 Memorial 210/134

PRINTZ, Felix blacksmith Marion 1882 Application 19206

PRIOR, Albert dealer Adelaide 1876 Memorial 243/295

PRIOR, Albert Henry John blacksmith Marrabel on the Dirty Light 1921 Memorial 197/483

PRIOR, Alfred Frederick out of business Mt Gambier and Annie Elizabeth Prior his wife hotelkeeper South Australian Hotel Mt Gambier 1893 Memorial 7/417

No 1

PRIOR, Charles licensed victualler Mt Gambier 1882 Memorial 230/341

PRIOR, Charles innkeeper Rosaville near Mt Gambier, died 24/10/1891. Probably father of Herbert William Prior storekeeper Rosaville and Matilda Prior spinster Rosaville Memorial 15/412

PRIOR, Charles hotelkeeper Mt Gambier, died 24/10/1891. Executors: Matilda Prior spinster Mt Gambier, Phillip James Prior hotelkeeper Mt Gambier Memorial 95/413

PRIOR, David Henry farmer near Kapunda 1907 Application 25303

No 1

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

No 2

PRIOR, Edward farmer Gordon. Trustee Bible Christian Chapel Gordon Gordon (Hundred of Kanyaka) township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 49 Page 107 County Newcastle

PRIOR, Edward farmer Gordon 1885 Memorial 127/370

PRIOR, Edward farmer Hundred of Kanyaka 1885 Memorial 177/369

PRIOR, Edward farmer Gordon trustee unnamed Chapel Hundred of Kanyaka Hundred of Kanyaka land grant 1894 Grant Book 49 Page 71 County Newcastle

No 3

PRIOR, Edward farmer formerly of near Kapunda but now of Horsham Vic, a son of the late Thomas Prior formerly of Allen Creek near Kapunda now deceased. David Henry Prior farmer near Kapunda, the only son of Edward Prior 1907 Memorials 226-227/456

No 1

PRIOR, Frederick miner Inverbrackie 1853 Memorial 148/49

PRIOR, Frederick yeoman North Woodside 1858 He laid out the township of North Woodside on Section 5038 Hundred of Onkaparinga Memorial 287/147

PRIOR, Frederick yeoman Woodside 1861 Memorial 32/176

PRIOR, Frederick labourer North Woodside 1861 Application 2116

PRIOR, Frederick farmer North Woodside 1862 Application 3308

PRIOR, Frederick formerly miner Inverbrackie but now yeoman Woodside 1864 Application 4834

PRIOR, Frederick farmer North Woodside, died 5/2/1868. His widow, Harriet Prior, died 24/2/1868. Parents of Thomas John Prior, who died 1/5/1888 intestate and a bachelor; also William Edwin Prior labourer Woodside 1917 Memorials 181-183/475

No 1

PRIOR, Isaac minister of the gospel McLaren Vale 1851[-1857] Memorial 36/30

PRIOR, Isaac formerly minister of the gospel McLaren Vale 1851 but now teacher Upper Skilly near Leasingham 1873 Application 13035

PRIOR, Isaac minister of the gospel formerly of McLaren Vale but now of Auburn 1877 Memorial 104/309

No 2

PRIOR, Isaac labourer Northfield 1852[-1859] Memorial 320/40

No 3

PRIOR, Isaac teacher Skilly 1876 Memorial 130/289

No 1

PRIOR, James and Thomas miners Burra Burra 1850 Memorial 12/25

PRIOR, James miner formerly of Burra but now of Allen Creek 1852 Memorial 260/44

PRIOR, James farmer Allen Creek 1854 Memorial 96/75

PRIOR, James farmer Allen Creek 1891 Application 21989

No 2 - perhaps the same person; perhaps linked with No 1

PRIOR, James farmer Dutton Gap near Kapunda 1880 Memorial 35/321

PRIOR, James farmer Allendale 1882 Memorial 126/337

PRIOR, James farmer Kapunda 1883 Memorial 83/352

PRIOR, James farmer Allendale. Allendale Bible Christian Chapel (pt Section 1564 Hundred of Kapunda ) trustee 1889 Application 21691

No 3

PRIOR, James farmer Mt Barker 1853[-1854] Memorial 331/48

PRIOR, James farmer [formerly of Mt Barker but now of] Milang 1856 Memorial 263/109

No 4

PRIOR, James teamster near Redruth near Kooringa. Hundred of Hallett land grant 1877 Grant Book 8 Page 123 County Burra

No 1

PRIOR, John farmer Little Para River 1847 Memorial 143/8

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

PRIOR, John farmer Salisbury 1857 Memorial 91/148

No 3

PRIOR, John shoemaker Redruth 1862[-1867] Memorial 147/304

PRIOR, Ann widow of John Prior shoemaker Redruth, died 27/10/1885, of senile decay, aged 81. William, James and Edward Prior farmers near Burra, were probably her sons Application 21073

No 1

PRIOR, Jonathan farmer Hundred of Waterloo. Hundred of Waterloo land grant 1861 Grant Book 44 Page 370 County Light

PRIOR, Jonathan farmer Little Plain near Marrabel on the Dirty Light Co Light. Hundred of English land grant 1868 Grant Book 17 Page 164 County Eyre

PRIOR, Jonathan farmer near Marrabel inherited estate from the late Thomas Prior 1871 Application 11668

PRIOR, Jonathan farmer Gladstone. Booyoolie (later part of Gladstone Hundred of Booyoolie) township allotment land grant 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 314 County Victoria

PRIOR, Jonathan farmer Kapunda Co Light. Hundred of Booyoolie land grant 1877 Grant Book 60 Page 149 County Victoria

PRIOR, Jonathan farmer Booyoolie. Hundred of Booyoolie land grant 1883 Grant Book 60 Page 159 County Victoria

PRIOR, Jonathan farmer near Gladstone 1909 a son of Thomas Prior farmer Allen Creek who died 17/4/1866 Memorial 225/460

No 1

PRIOR, Joseph of Victoria township near Kapunda 1862 Memorial 240/196

PRIOR, Joseph miner Kapunda 1864 Memorial 348/200

PRIOR, Joseph miner formerly of Kapunda 1864 but now of Moonta 1868 Application 9633

No 2

PRIOR, Joseph farmer Brighton 1884 Memorial 86/359

PRIOR, Philip James hotelkeeper Mt Gambier linked with Matilda Prior spinster Mt Gambier 1892 Memorial 95/413

PRIOR, Richard restaurant keeper Adelaide (150a Rundle St - Pt TA 39) 1898 Memorial 122/435

No 1

PRIOR, Samuel farmer Brighton 1850[-1900] Memorial 156/25

PRIOR, Samuel farmer Brighton 1867. Loyal Brighton Oddfellows Lodge member Application 8338

PRIOR, Samuel farmer Brighton, brother to Jane Prior, who married William WHITEFIELD Minister of the Gospel 1900 Application 23242

PRIOR, Samuel farmer Brighton, died c1904. Husband of Jane Prior. Father of Sarah LASCOCK nee Prior who inherited 1/-. Ellen Way Prior no description named. Executors; Jane Prior, Henry JEFFRIES farmer Salisbury and Charles John CHALK farmer Edwardstown Memorial 40/452

PRIOR, Jane widow of the late Samuel Prior Brighton, died 29/6/1916, of senile decay and gastritis, aged 90. Born in St Austell, Cornwall, England. To SA 69 years ago. Married at 21. 2 sons and 7 daughters living; 2 daughters deceased. Thomas Prior formerly machinist Gawler now contractor Brighton; Emma JEFFRIES, wife of Henry Jeffries farmer Salisbury; Sarah LASSCOCK wife of William Lasscock saddler formerly of Kooringa now of Unley; Hannah DORMAN wife of Frederick Dorman farmer formerlyof Beulah near Warracknabeal Vic now of Rosebury near Warracknabeal Vic; Elizabeth Ann Dorman wife of Charles Dorman farmer Beulah near Warracknabeal Vic; Louisa Jane MILLER widow Glenelg formerly wife of Frederick William Miller ironmonger Glenelg; Harriet Grace CHINNER wife of Arthur Robert Chinner storekeeper Brighton; Samuel Henry Prior journalist formerly Broken Hill NSW now Bradley's Rd, Mosman NSW; Ellen May Prior spinster Brighton Application 26601

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

PRIOR, Thomas and James miners the Burra 1850 Memorial 12/25

PRIOR, Thomas miner formerly of the Burra but now of Allen Creek 1852. Linked with James Prior miner Allen Creek Memorial 260/44

PRIOR, Thomas farmer Allen Creek 1852 Memorial 305/42

PRIOR, Thomas farmer Kapunda 1853[-1856] Memorial 102/70 Hundred of Waterloo land grant 1856 Memorial 218/106

PRIOR, Thomas [probably the Younger] farmer Allen Creek Hundred of Waterloo land grant 1857 Grant Book 44 Page 362 County Light

PRIOR, Thomas farmer Fox Creek Waterloo Plains Hundred of Waterloo land grant 1861 Grant Book 44 Page 359 County Light

PRIOR, Thomas the Elder farmer formerly of Kapunda but then of Allen Creek, died 17/4/1866. Executors; William and Edward Prior farmers Allen Creek and Catherine Prior widow Allen Creek. Catherine Prior widow Dutton Gap, relict of the late Thomas Prior, died 19/6/1872 Dutton Gap, of general debility, aged 69. William Prior farmer [formerly of Allen Creek but then of] Laura, died 16/5/1882, of pneumonia, aged 57. Brother to Jonathan Prior farmer Laura. Edward Prior formerly farmer Allen Creek but then retired farmer Baan Baa NSW linked with Thomas Prior [formerly the Younger] farmer Gladstone 1912 Memorials 64 -67/467

PRIOR, Thomas farmer formerly of Kapunda but then of Allen Creek, died 17/4/1866. Father of Jonathan Prior, who died 10/4/1912. Grandfather of Thomas Prior, who died 3/3/1938 without issue and William Henry Prior farmer 11 Regent St, Elsternwick Vic (probably Bernice Prior his wife) 1938 Memorial 39a/512

PRIOR, Thomas farmer Allendale, died 17/4/1866, of consumption, aged 62. Former Allendale Bible Christian Chapel trustee Application 21691.

PRIOR, Thomas the Elder farmer Allendale, died 17/4/1866, of consumption, aged 62. His wife, Catherine Prior, died 19/6/1872 Dutton's Gap, of general debility, aged 69. Daughter Frances Prior 40 spinster Gladstone married Thomas DUNSTONE 42 widower clerk Blyth (Father: John Dunstone) on 12/3/1885 Jonathan Prior's home Gladstone. Minister: WW FINCH. Witnesses: Jonathan Prior farmer Gladstone and Elizabeth Prior of Gladstone. Frances Dunstone wife of Thomas Dunstone farmer Blyth, died 17/1/1910,of 4 days' strangulated hernia, aged 65. She had been born in Cornwall and had lived in SA for 40 years. 1 daughter living. Son Thomas Prior the Younger farmer Hamilton, died 9/8/1908, of senile decay, aged 74. He was born in England and had been 59 years in SA. He married at age 24 and had 4 sons and 5 daughters living, and 1 daughter deceased. He had a son, Thomas Prior the Third farmer Friedrichswalde. Another son of Thomas Prior the Elder was Jonathan Prior farmer near Gladstone 1909. Another son of Thomas Prior the Elder was, Edward Prior, farmer formerly of Greenland Dam near Horsham Vic but now of Baan Baa NSW 1909 Application 25933.

PRIOR, Thomas farmer Allen Creek, died 17/4/1866. Estate worth £350. His widow, Catherine Prior, died 19/6/1872 Dutton Gap, of general debility, aged 69. Two sons, Jonathan and William Prior, were farmers at Laura by the 1880s. William Prior married Elizabeth PENGILLY. Their son, Edward Prior, was born 29/1/1850 probably near Kapunda. William Prior farmer Laura, died 16/5/1882, of pneumonia, aged 57. Frances DUNSTONE wife of Thomas Dunstone farmer Blyth was a daughter of Thomas and Catherine Prior. She died 17/1/1910 Blyth, of a strangulated umbilical hernia, aged 65. Born in Cornwall, England, she came to SA 62 years previously. Married aged 40 years. One daughter living. Thomas and Catherine Prior also probably had a son called James Prior. William Prior's son, Edward Prior farmer Willaston, had a son, William Ernest Prior, who had become a farmer at Tamworth NSW by 1920 Application 26869

PRIOR, Thomas farmer Allen Creek, died c1866. Husband of Catherine Prior. Sons William, Edward, James, Jonathon, Thomas. Daughters Frances and Caroline Prior Enrolment 32/55 Enrolment 8/47

PRIOR, Thomas farmer Hamilton 1891 Application 22093

PRIOR, Thomas the Third [son of Thomas Prior the Younger] farmer Friedrichswalde 1910 Memorial 224/463

No 2

PRIOR, Thomas schoolmaster The Meadows 1860 Application 1912

No 3

PRIOR, Thomas farmer Peachey Belt and Mary Ann Prior his wife Pt Victoria township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 19 Page 205 County Fergusson

PRIOR, Thomas farmer Peachey Belt 1877 Memorial 213/303

No 4

PRIOR, Thomas farmer Gladstone 1885 Memorial 25/369

PRIOR, Thomas Frederick store manager Lucindale 1883 Memorial 198/352

No 1

PRIOR, William farmer Allen Creek 1870[-1878] Memorial 31/245

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

PRIOR, William farmer near Allendale by Kapunda Co Light. Hundred of Booyoolie land grant 1877 Grant Book 60 Page 152 County Victoria

No 2

PRIOR, William farmer Woodside 1877 Application 15937

No 3

PRIOR, William storekeeper Laura Wilmington township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 24 Page 568 County Frome

PRIOR, William farmer Laura 1880 Memorial 240/325

PRIOR, William farmer Laura, died 16/5/1882 of pneumonia, aged 57. Brother to Jonathan Prior farmer Laura Memorial 66/467

No 4

PRIOR, William farmer Hundred of Bright. Hundred of Bright land grant 1878 Grant Book 9 Page 46 County Burra

No 5

PRIOR, William farmer Baldina 1882 Memorial 64/345

PRIOR, William farmer Baldina Redruth Methodist Church trustee 1903 Application 27966

PRIOR, William Edwin labourer Woodside 1918 Memorial 68/477

PRIOR, William Henry farmer World's End near Burra 1923 Memorial 44/487

No 1 - William Pedler Prior

PRIOR, William farmer Kooringa 1881 Memorial 133/329

PRIOR, William farmer World's End, died 22/10/1908. Husband of Mary Ann Prior, who died 11/5/1916, of intestinal obstruction, aged 84. Born in Cornwall, England. In SA 59 years. Married aged 21 - 3 sons and 3 daughters living; 5 sons and 5 daughters deceased. Father of William Henry Prior (farmer World's End) and James Prior. James Prior to have his father's mare called Poppet. Daughters included Mary Ann FISCHER, Hannah Jane BRUCE (she lived at World's End) and Elizabeth Ellen nee PRIOR. Grandson Edward James Prior also mentioned. Estate worth £400 1923 Application 27152

No 1

PRISK, John storekeeeper Moonta. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1877 Grant Book 14 Page 62 County Daly

PRISK, John storekeeper Moonta. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1889 Grant Book 14 Page 90 County Daly

PRISK, Steven David miner Callington 1869 Application 10385

No 1

PRISK, Thomas miner Kanmantoo 1850 Memorial 94/26

PRISK, Thomas miner late of Kanmantoo 1853 Memorial 320/48

PRISK, Thomas miner Kanmantoo and Elizabeth Prisk his wife 1857 Memorial 289/130

PRISK, Thomas mining captain Strathalbyn. Woodchester Primitive Methodist Chapel trustee 1863 Memorial 148/304

PRISK, Thomas miner Kanmantoo 1864 Memorial 275/193

PRISK, Thomas miner formerly of Kanmantoo but now of Spring Creek and Elizabeth Prisk his wife 1864 Memorial 276/193

PRISK, Elizabeth wife of Thomas Prisk mining captain Callington 1870 formerly Elizabeth SEXTON widow Callington 1857 Application 10503

PRITCHARD, Alexander farmer Yankalilla 1906 Application 25221

PRITCHARD, Edward undertaker Hawthorn 1899 Application 24116

PRITCHARD, Francis farmer Gawler Plains 1862 Application 3756

PRITCHARD, Francis Maxwell produce merchant Maylands 1914 Memorial 97/471

No 1

PRITCHARD, Frederick storeman Pt Adelaide 1874 Memorial 235/274, Application 13560

No 2

PRITCHARD, Frederick chaff merchant Rose St, Prospect 1908 Memorial 232/459

PRITCHARD, Frederick chaff merchant Rose St, Prospect, died 12/12/1913. Husband of Julia Ann Pritchard. Father of Arthur Pritchard chaff merchant Percy St, Prospect and Ralph Allan Pritchard clerk Rose St, Prospect. Other children mentioned but not named Memorial 96/471

No 1

PRITCHARD, Fred Leonard ironworker Hindmarsh. Brother to Emmaline HALES married woman Leigh on Sea, Essex, England 1905 Application 25056

PRITCHARD, Fred Leonard ironworker Hindmarsh 1907 Application 25277

No 1

PRITCHARD, George Alfred chemist Mt Gambier 1880 Application 17960

PRITCHARD, George Alfred chemist and druggist Mt Gambier 1881 Memorial 138/332

PRITCHARD, George Ayllen storekeeper Goolwa 1857 Memorial 126/126

PRITCHARD, George Charles mason Hindmarsh 1905 Application 25014

No 1 - the Elder

PRITCHARD, Henry stone mason Hindmarsh 1850 Memorial 478/21

PRITCHARD, Henry formerly of Hindmarsh but now farmer Gawler Plains 1851 Memorial 496/29

PRITCHARD, Henry farmer Gawler Plains 1851 Memorial 251/58

PRITCHARD, Henry farmer Peachey Belt Gawler Plains 1856[-1865] Memorial 52/99

PRITCHARD, Henry farmer near Peachey Belt Hundred of Dublin land grant 1877 Grant Book 26 Page 338 County Gawler

PRITCHARD, Henry farmer Dublin, died 4/7/1899. Husband of Clarissa Foxwell Pritchard. Father of Emily MITCHELL wife of John Mitchell farmer Inkerman, Kikshie PETTET wife of Charles Pettet farmer Dublin, Jemima JOHNSTONE wife of James Johnstone farmer Pt Gawler, Millicent Blanche Johnstone wife of George Johnstone farmer Dublin, Clarissa Pritchard spinster Dublin, Francis Pritchard farmer Two Wells and Frederick William Pritchard farmer Dublin. Estate worth £3,368 Memorial 157/438

PRITCHARD, Henry the Elder farmer Dublin, died 4/7/1899. Husband of Clarissa Foxwell Pritchard. Father of Henry Pritchard the Younger no description, Francis Pritchard farmer Two Wells and Frederick William Pritchard farmer Dublin. Daughters, Jemima JOHNSTONE wife of James Johnstone farmer Pt Gawler, Emily MITCHELL wife of John Mitchell farmer Inkerman, Kishie PETTET wife of Charles Pettet farmer Dublin. Perhaps another relative - Millicent Blanche Johnstone wife of George Johnstone farmer Dublin. Henry Pritchard the Elder could not write. His estate worth £3,368 1920 Application 26922

No 2 - perhaps the Younger

PRITCHARD, Henry farmer Penfield 1910 Application 25738

No 3

PRITCHARD, Henry farmer Yankalilla 1853 Memorial 92/57

PRITCHARD, Henry Herbert printer Prospect 1914 Memorial 97/471

PRITCHARD, Henry James printer Adelaide (Hindley St) 1874[-1882] Memorial 105/277

No 1

PRITCHARD, James butcher Apoinga Hundred of Waterloo land grant 1858 Grant Book 44 Page 369 County Light

PRITCHARD, James butcher Tothill Creek Hundred of Waterloo land grant 1859 Grant Book 44 Page 376 County Light

PRITCHARD, James butcher Apoinga Hundred of Waterloo 1861 Memorial 75/172

PRITCHARD, James butcher Apoinga 1863 Application 4631

No 2

PRITCHARD, James builder Adelaide 1876 Memorial 115/292

PRITCHARD, James builder formerly of Adelaide but now of Mt Barker 1878 Memorial 186/306

No 3

PRITCHARD, James no description leased land 'about ten miles north-east of the Olary railway station' on which to mine copper 1888 Memorial 184/389

No 1

PRITCHARD, John carpenter Adelaide 1839. He died c1846. His widow, Amelia Pritchard often known as Millicent Pritchard, died 4/12/1874 Adelaide, of cancer, aged 77 Application 20251

No 2

PRITCHARD, John 72 widower retired Glanville (Father: George Pritchard. Born in Jersey) married Mary Ann BUESNEL 61 widow Birkenhead (Father: John RINOUT??. Born in Jersey) on 29/12/1910 in the Methodist parsonage, Semaphore Rd, Exeter. Minister: Charles MARTIN. Witnesses: Ellen Martin married woman Exeter and John LEE labourer Exeter. Frederick George Buesnel engine driver Kilkenny 1928, likely to be a son?? of MA Buesnel; Dulcie Adeline Buesnel was his wife Application 27650.

PRITCHARD, Margaret wife of John Pritchard gentleman Elizabeth St, Glanville, died 31/8/1906, of chronic nephritis and years of chronic exhaustion, aged 81. She was the second wife of John Pritchard gentleman, who died 26/4/1919 Railway Tce, Kilkenny, of senile decay, aged 85. Born in the Channel Islands, he emigrated to SA some 60 years ago. Remarried aged 77. No family Application 27560

No 1

PRITCHARD, John Edward and William masons Hindmarsh 1875 Memorial 140/283

PRITCHARD, John Edward mason Hindmarsh a member of the Third Economic Loan, Land & Building Society (office holders came from Bowden) 1876 Memorial 152/291

PRITCHARD, John Edward mason Hindmarsh 1879[-1883] Memorial 246/316, Application 19788

PRITCHARD, John Edward mason Plympton 1905. Had he been or was he about to live in Kalgoorlie WA? Application 25014

PRITCHARD, John Edward mason formerly of Hindmarsh but now of Perth WA 1917 Memorial 49/476

No 1

PRITCHARD, Joseph carpenter Adelaide 1854[-1857] Loyal Adelaide Oddfellows Lodge trustee Memorial 238/74

No 2

PRITCHARD, Joseph merchant Adelaide 1885 Memorial 88/372

No 3

PRITCHARD, Joseph accountant Adelaide, died 1888. Husband of Matilda Pritchard and father of Katherine Pritchard and Frances Elizabeth Pritchard and Henry James Pritchard and Frederick Pritchard Memorial 4/393

PRITCHARD, Matilda widow Adelaide, died c1893. Mother to Katherine and Frances Elizabeth Pritchard spinsters Adelaide and Frederick Pritchard chaff merchant North Adelaide and Stanley Pritchard produce merchant Queenstown. [Likely to be more children in this family] Memorial 162/418

PRITCHARD, Joseph Edward farmer Culburra. Hundred of Coneybeer land grant 1913 Grant Book 6 Page 11 County Buccleuch

No 1

PRITCHARD, Mary widow Adelaide 1855[-1856] Memorial 112/89

No 2 - likely to be the continuation of No 1

PRITCHARD, Mary widow Norwood 1873 [Likely relict of the late William Robert Pritchard] Memorial 69/267

PRITCHARD, Mary of Edward St, Norwood, died 3/4/1896. Estate worth £4,800.Mother of Elizabeth Sarah Daykin WOOLLARD. Grandmother of Robert Clarence Woollard, Alice Maude Constance Woollard and Harold Ernest George Woollard. Sister of the late John Daykin HOLBROOK. Elizabeth Sarah Daykin Woollard wife of Walter Woollard traveller Edward St, Norwood, died 19/3/1914 of cerebral haemorrhage, aged 51. Born Norwood. married at 26. 2/1/1/0 Memorials 75 & 80/478

PRITCHARD, Mary Ann married woman Kilkenny 1918 Memorial 140/477

PRITCHARD, Percy Headland produce merchant Queenstown 1909 Application 25683

PRITCHARD, Robert Percy grazier Mt Gambier 1930 Application 27809

No 1

PRITCHARD, Roy Benjamin gardener Inglewood 1924 Memorial 66/490

PRITCHARD, Roy Benjamin gardener Cudlee Creek 1937 Application 28054

No 1

PRITCHARD, Stanley builder Adelaide 1882 Memorial 58/348

PRITCHARD, Stanley merchant Adelaide 1885 Memorial 88/372

No 1

PRITCHARD, Thomas farmer Tothill Creek 1858 Memorial 18/141

PRITCHARD, Thomas farmer Tothill Belt 1874[-1882] Memorial 149/278, Application 19015

No 2

PRITCHARD, Thomas merchant formerly of Coventry, Co Warwick, England but now of Adelaide 1884 Memorial 60/356

No 3

PRITCHARD, Thomas farmer West Thebarton 1886 Memorial 231/377

No 1

PRITCHARD, William stone mason Hindmarsh 1846 Memorial 207/7

PRITCHARD, William mason Hindmarsh 1875 Application 14644

PRITCHARD, William mason Osmond St, Hindmarsh 1891, had lived in the township since before c1845 Application 22066

PRITCHARD, William mason Hindmarsh 1897, said that he had lived continuously in the village since 1852 Application 23342

PRITCHARD, William mason Hindmarsh, died c1904. Father of Emmaline HALES wife of Alfred Greenwood Hales journalist Western Australia, Mary ERRINGTON, William Pritchard, George Charles Pritchard, Thomas Pritchard, John Edward Pritchard and Fred Leonard Pritchard. Estate worth £1,200 Memorial 116/452

PRITCHARD, William the Elder mason Hindmarsh, died 18/11/1904. His estate was worth £1,525. Mary ERRINGTON wife of John Errington labourer Osmond St, Hindmarsh, was a daughter. Born in Hindmarsh, she died 2/7/1923 Home for Incurables, Fullarton, of hemiplegia and senility, aged 82. She had married aged 23. 3 sons and 2 daughters living; 2 sons and 3 daughters deceased. William Pritchard the Younger bootmaker Exeter, died 24/10/1912, of years' carcinoma of the mucous membrane of the mouth and months' multiple carcinomata, aged 73. Born in Adelaide, he had married at 23, leaving 2 sons and 6 daughters living and one daughter deceased was a son of W Pritchard the Elder. The executor, Fred Leonard Pritchard formerly ironworker Hindmarsh 1904 but now machinist Hindmarsh 1924 was probably a grandson. Application 27215

No 2

PRITCHARD, William overseer Mattwarrungla [sic Mattawarrangala] Run 'near the Willipa Range in the Northern Districts' 1862 Memorial 248/185

No 1 - likely to be the same person

PRITCHARD, William Robert Esquire Adelaide 1854[-1855] Memorial 431/66

PRITCHARD, William Robert storekeeper Adelaide and Mary Pritchard his wife 1863 Memorial 266/204

PRITCHARD, WR clerk to Messrs RICHMAN & WIGLEY solicitors Clark's Buildings, Adelaide 1854 Memorial 440/68

PROBERT, Albert Edward painter Goolwa 1955 Memorial 98/530

No 1

PROBERT, John labourer Islington 1867[-1885] Memorial 218/226

PROBERT, John mason Islington 1873 Application 12706

PROBERT, John dairyman Islington 1885 Application 20528

PROBERT, John dairyman Islington 1886 Memorial 83/377

PROBERT, John dairyman Islington 1904. He had lived in Islington since at least 1858 Application 24973

No 1

PROBERT, John Henry farmer North Goolwa 1910 Memorial 216/463

PROBERT, John Henry fisherman Goolwa, died 23/5/1935 Victor Harbor. Husband of Edith Margaret Probert Memorial 3/509

No 1

PROBERT, John William hotelkeeper Hampstead Hotel Hampstead 1910 Memorial 142/463

PROBERT, John William licensed victualler Kalgoorlie Hotel Adelaide (Pt TA 73 Hindley St) 1914 Memorial 138/470

PROBERT, John William licensed victualler formerly of Broken Hill NSW but then of Hindley St, Adelaide, died 2/5/1915. Husband of Bella Probert. Estate worth £1,700 Memorial 39/476

PROBERT, Thomas Henry clerk to GM STEPHENS solicitor Adelaide 1851 Memorial 385/36

No 1

PROBY, Hugh Esquire Adelaide 1851 Memorial 107/37

PROBY, Hugh Esquire of the North Country 1852 Memorial 370/42

PROBY, Granville Leveson (Hon) of Glenart, Co Wicklow, Ireland, power of attorney to Edward Castres GWYNNE solicitor Adelaide, to settle the estate of his late son, Hugh PROBY of Adelaide and Melbourne 29/1/1853. The H GL Proby, Earl of Careysfort, died 3/11/1868, leaving his sons, Granville Leveson Lord Proby and Hon William Proby of Glenart, Co Wicklow, Ireland, as executors of his will. Power of attorney Nathaniel Alexander KNOX Junr and Leonard Willim THRUPP solicitors co-partners, to attend to the affairs of the estate in SA 4/6/1869 Deposit 210/1872

No 1

PROBYN, Edmund and Thomas gentlemen Adelaide 1847 Nephews of Susan DIGHTON of Newland, Glos, England, widow of John Dighton Major General in the HEIC Army Memorial 207/10 Farmers Mt Barker [Linked with Isaac FRENCH, who also went to farm at Sheaoak Log] 1848 Memorial 208/10

PROBYN, Edmund and Thomas farmers Sheaoak Log 1854[-1855] Memorial 305/74

PROBYN, Edmund farmer Sheaoak Log 1858[-1887] Memorial 53/143

No 1

PROBYN, John Webb Esquire Adelaide 1852 Memorial 135/42

PROBYN, John Webb gentleman Adelaide, about to leave the province for England, power of attorney to Richard Bowen COLLEY and William John LAWRENCE gentlemen Adelaide,to manage his SA business affairs 16/2/1852. Again on 26/6/1855 Deposit 43 & 274/OA

PROBYN, John Webb Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now of England 1853[-1855] Memorial 425/48

PROBYN, John Webb Esquire Adelaide 1854[-1855] Memorial 171/79

PROBYN, John Webb Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now absent therefrom 1857[-1861] Memorial 279/127

PROBYN, John Webb Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now of 65 Portland Place, Middlesex, England 1856 Memorial 68/130

PROBYN, Thomas probably of Bowden 1840 Application 6704

No 1

PROCHNO, Jacob farmer Section 3008 Hundred of Belvidere 1854[-1858] Memorial 119/73

PROCHNO, Jacob farmer near Stockwell 1863. He could not write Application 4370

PROCHNO, Jacob farmer Stockwell, died 1864. He left his entire estate to his wife, Agnes Prochno formerly Agnes PREUSKER. She and Michael DOECKE farmer St Kitts Creek were appointed executors Memorial 326/198

No 1

PROCKTER, James Samuel accountant's clerk Adelaide (King William St) 1894 Application 22755

PROCKTER, James Samuel bank manager Glenelg and Fanny Prockter his wife nee Fanny LOWE 1895 Memorial 38/424

PROCKTER, Jean Milne widow 32 Pier St, Glenelg 1950 Memorial 138/524

No 1

PROCTOR, Alfred George ironmonger and John Proctor cider maker Adelaide 1887 Memorial 132/387

PROCTOR, Alfred George formerly ironmonger Adelaide but now out of business Henley Beach Road, Thebarton 1907 Memorial 147/457

PROCTOR, Alfred George formerly ironmonger Adelaide then out of business Henley Beach Road now ironmonge Nuriootpa 1907 Application 25382

PROCTOR, James baker Ovingham 1928 Application 27664

No 1

PROCTOR, John builder Goodwood 1851 Memorial 87/33

No 2

PROCTOR, John gold digger Adelaide 1853 Memorial 216/53

PROCTOR, John cider maker Adelaide 1869[-1873] Memorial 186/237

PROCTOR, John gentleman Oakey St, Adelaide, died 26/2/1888 Grote St, Adelaide. Husband of Ann Proctor. Father of Frederick Proctor cider manufacturer Adelaide and Alfred George Proctor ironmonger Beulah Rd, Norwood. Another son called William Proctor Estate worth £3,800 1898 Application 23737

No 3

PROCTOR, John farmer Morphett Vale 1855 Memorial 137/83

PROCTOR, John of near Morphett Vale, about to leave the province, power of attorney to Joseph F PROCTOR accountant Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 27/3/1866 Deposit 56/1867

PROCTOR, John formerly farmer Morphett Vale but now in parts beyond the seas. Joseph Fogg Proctor mentioned but not described 1867[-1871] Memorial 245/221

PROCTOR, Mary widow Adelaide 1880 relict of the late John Proctor formerly farmer Morphett Vale but now deceased Memorial 232/322

PROCTOR, Joseph gentleman Robe. Kingston (Hundred of Lacepede) township allotment land grant 1862 Grant Book 29 Page 214 County MacDonnell

FIND PERHAPS JF PROCTOR DEF J only

No 1

PROCTOR, Joseph F accountant Adelaide 1866 Memorial 89/220

PROCTOR, Joseph Fogg bank clerk Mitcham 1873 Memorial 125/268

PROCTOR, Joseph Fogg accountant Glenelg 1878[-1881] Application 16806, Memorial 196/330

PROCTOR, Joseph accountant Union Bank of Australasia, Adelaide 1879 Memorial 36/315

PROCTOR, Joseph Fogg bank clerk Adelaide 1880 Memorial 170/321

PROCTOR, Joseph Fogg accountant Adelaide 1884 Application 20055

PROCTOR, Joseph Fogg bank manager Adelaide 1893 Memorial 143/418

No 2 – perhaps a continuation of No 1

PROCTOR, Joseph Fogg auctioneer Adelaide (Waymouth St). Brownlow (Hundred of Menzies) township allotment land grant 1884 Grant Book 11 Page 44 County Carnarvon

No 1 - likely to be the same person; relict of JF Proctor the Elder

PROCTOR, Mary widow Adelaide 1849[-1860] Memorial 418/14

PROCTOR, Mary widow Adelaide (Hindley St) [She held lease land on TA 111 on the east side of Leigh St] 1850 Memorials 112/20, 63/22

PROCTOR, Mary widow formerly of Adelaide (Hindley St) 1850 but now of Glenelg 1863 Application 4112

PROCTOR, Mary widow formerly of South Tce, Adelaide 1853 but now of Glenelg 1863 Application 4593

No 1

PROCTOR, Richard yeoman Gawler 1854 Memorial 86/65

PROCTOR, Richard miner formerly of Gawler but now of Ballarat Vic 1856 Memorial 264/97

No 1

PROCTOR, Thomas farmer Mitcham district 1854[-1861] Memorial 176/69

PROCTOR, Thomas yeoman Brownhill Creek 1855 Memorial 17/81

PROCTOR, Thomas farmer Mitcham 1861 Memorial 17/81

PROLE, RG of Adelaide 1863 Memorial 98/191

No 1

PROMNITZ, Ernst labourer Kensington 1879 Memorial 33/319

PROMNITZ, Johann Carl Ernst labourer Kensington 1885 Memorial 30/371

PROMNITZ, Johann Carl Ernst [formerly labourer Kensington but now] farmer Teal Flat 1886 Memorial 204/376

PROMNITZ, Johann Carl Ernst farmer Teal Flat near Mannum 1888 Memorial 51/390

PROMNITZ, Gustav blacksmith Blumberg 1868[-1886] Memorial 133/229

PROMNITZ, Johann August farmer near Lobethal 1860 Memorial 23/163

PROMNITZ, William Edward farmer Ramco. Waikerie (Hundred of Waikerie) township allotment land grant 1911 Grant Book 3 Page 113 County Albert

No 1

PROPOSCH, Christian farmer Light River 1866 Memorial 104/208

PROPOSCH, Christian farmer near Hamilton on the Light 1867 Memorial 27/219

PROPOSCH, Christian farmer Point Pass 1878 Grant Book 17 Page 167 County Eyre

No 1

PROSSER, Aaron labourer Littlehampton 1875 Application 14586

PROSSER, Aaron farmer Monarto and John Prosser overseer Booleroo linked with Littlehampton 1882 Memorial 241/345

No 1

PROSSER, Aaron George farmer Nildottie. Hundred of Bakara land grant 1908 Grant Book 3 Page 72 County Albert

PROSSER, Aaron George farmer Swan Reach. Hundred of Nildottie land grant 1912 Grant Book 3 Page 5 County Albert

No 1

PROSSER, Charles John of Salisbury 1849 Memorial 421/20 PROSSER, Charles John storekeeper Little Para [probably next to the bridge over the Little Para at Inglewood] 1850 Memorial 413/20

No 1

PROSSER, David farmer Wallaroo 1882 Memorial 64/341

PROSSER, David farmer Wallaroo. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1884 Grant Book 14 Page 244 County Daly

No 1

PROSSER, George Henry merchant Adelaide 1897[-1912] Memorial 132/432

PROSSER, George Henry gentleman Adelaide 1927 Memorial 114/498

No 1

PROSSER, Henry gentleman Adelaide 1854 Memorial 188/75

PROSSER, Henry Esquire Encounter Bay 1856 Memorial 17/98

PROSSER, Henry gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now of Encounter Bay 1861 Memorial 104/173

PROSSER, Henry gentleman Sheaoak Hills [perhaps near Encounter Bay or Inman Valley?] 1860 Memorial 116/225

PROSSER, Henry gentleman formerly of North Adelaide 1855 but now of Encounter Bay 1874 Application 13953

No 2

PROSSER, Henry farmer near Wellington on the Murray Hundred of Coolinong land grant 1879 Grant Book 54 Page 145 County Russell

No 3

PROSSER, Henry police constable Adelaide (Halifax St) 1893 Application 22479

PROSSER, James farmer and William Arthur Prosser hawker Booleroo 1906 Memorial 29/455

PROSSER, James Arthur farmer Pt Augusta 1885 Memorial 130/370

No 1

PROSSER, John labourer linked with Thomas Prosser labourer both of Littlehampton 1868[-1875] Memorial 62/230

No 2

PROSSER, John postmaster Walker Flat Hundred of Ridley land grant 1891 Grant Book 58 Page 155 County Sturt

No 1

PROSSER, Thomas labourer Littlehampton 1858[-1866] Memorial 257/145

PROSSER, Thomas quarryman Littlehampton, died 9/10/1881. He left all his personal effects and money to his daughter, Priscilla SQUIRES and her children after her; also pt Section 5011, but if she should die without issue, the land to be divided equally between her two brothers, John Prosser and Aaron Prosser, who were to get Lot 84 Pt Section 5010 Hundred of Macclesfield Littlehampton equally between them as well. Luke Theophlus WATTS storekeeper Littlehampton to be the executor Application 20430

No 1

PROSSER, Thomas Henry farmer near Nairne Co Sturt. Hundred of Booleroo land grant 1882 Grant Book 24 Page 627 County Frome

PROSSER, Thomas Henry farmer Hundred of Davenport 1885 Memorial 238/367

No 1

PROSSER, William smelter Llwchwr (pt Section 2067 Hundred of Kooringa) 1851[-1854] Memorial 337/38

PROSSER, William smelter Apoinga 1857 Memorial 259/120

PROSSER, William smelter formerly of Llwchwr but now of Baldina 1896 Application 23188

PROSSER, William teamster Baldina. Hundred of Baldina land grant 1899 Grant Book 9 Page 13 County Burra

PROSSER, William George of Pt Augusta 1885 Memorial 167/372

No 1

PROUD, Cornelius reporter Adelaide Ardrossan township allotment land grant 1875[-1877] Grant Book 19 Page 449 County Fergusson

PROUD, Cornelius reporter Adelaide 1877 Application 16501

PROUD, Cornelius newspaper reporter Adelaide 1879 Memorial 203/316

PROUD, Cornelius reporter Adelaide, power of attorney to William Charles TAYLOR printer Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 1/2/1881 Deposit 67/1881

PROUD, Cornelius of Adelaide 1889 Memorial 165/395

PROUD, Cornelius sharebroker Adelaide (Ware Chambers, King William St), becama a bankrupt in 1893 Memorial 156/416

PROUD, Henry Trebilcock butcher Kensington 1850 Memorial 467/20

PROUD, John Henry engineer Palmer 1888 Memorial 24/390

No 1

PROUDE, George stockman Franklin Harbour Hundred of Louth land grant 1868 Grant Book 21 Page 19 County Flinders

No 2

PROUDE, George farmer and grazier Louth 1930 Application 27797

PROUDE, William farmer Pt Lincoln Hundred of Louth land grant 1867[-1883] Grant Book 21 Page 19 County Flinders

PROUSE, Charles miner Wallaroo Mines. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1869 Grant Book 14 Page 76 County Daly

PROUSE, Jacob labourer came to SA aboard the Buffalo in 1836. He lived in Adelaide, then Kangaroo Island, then Halfway House Bay Road near Adelaide, Morphett Vale, then Dairy Flat near Yankalilla, where he died 22/7/1874, of cystitis, aged 75. Frederick William NEWMAN clerk Adelaide gave this information 1895 Application 22978

No 1

PROUSE, John farmer Inman Valley 1860 Memorial 104/165

PROUSE, John of Inman Valley, died 28/10/1897. By 1909, his widow, Charlotte Prouse, had moved to Manoora. Probably parents of Ophir Kivel Prouse farmer Inman Valley Memorial 107/461

PROUSE, Ophir Kivel farmer Inman Valley 1913[-1921] Memorial 109/469

No 1

PROUT, George miner of the vicinity of Fullarton near Adelaide 1847 Memorial 190/8 Miner [formerly of Fullarton but now of] Kooringa. He sold SA land for his friend, James GRIBBLE formerly of Fullarton now of near Auckland New Zealand 1851 Memorial 248/30

PROUT, George formerly miner in the vicinity of Fullarton 1845 later farmer Kensington Park but now of Spring Meadow Talbot near Ballarat Vic 1869 Application 9810

PROUT, George mining captain Adelaide 1882 Memorial 31/347

PROUT, George mining captain Adelaide 1887 Application 21234

PROUT, George mining agent Fullarton Road, Fullarton, about to leave the province for a time, power of attorney to George Victor Septimus DUNN accountant North Adelaidr, to manage his SA business affairs 4/11/1890 Deposit 118/1890

No 1

PROUTEN, Edward farmer Langhorne Creek 1860 Application 1731

PROUTEN, Edward farmer Lake Plains 1861[-1874] Memorial 160/186

PROUTEN, Edward farmer Lake Plains and Ann Prouten his wife, daughter of the late Joseph Mott farmer Macclesfield 1895 Application 23080

No 1

PROVIS, Caleb farmer Pt Lincoln Hundred of Hutchison land grant 1882 Grant Book 21 Page 89 County Flinders

PROVIS, Caleb farmer Tumby Bay trustee Wesleyan Methodist Church Hundred of Yaranyacka land grant 1891 Grant Book 179 Page 207 County Flinders

PROVIS, Caleb farmer Tumby Bay 1893[-1902] Memorial 77/419

PROVIS, Caleb farmer Tumby Bay 1905 Application 24885

PROVIS, Caleb and Joseph farmers Tumby Bay trustees Methodist Church Tumby Bay Hundred of Hutchison land grant 1907 Grant Book 21 Page 90 County Flinders

No 1

PROVIS, Christopher police trooper Mt Remarkable 1859 Memorial 332/161

PROVIS, Christopher [formerly police trooper Mt Remarkable but now] licensed victualler Clare 1875[-1882] Memorial 47/316

PROVIS, Frederick labourer Echunga 1851[-1857] Memorial 22/38

PROVIS, Frederick Joseph farmer Tumby Bay Hundred of Yaranyacka land grant 1885 Grant Book 179 Page 206 County Flinders

PROVIS, George farmer Stokes trustee Methodist Church Tumby Bay Hundred of Hutchison land grant 1907 Grant Book 21 Page 90 County Flinders

No 1

PROVIS, Joseph Esquire Pt Lincoln 1864 Memorial 74/194

PROVIS, Joseph farmer Pt Lincoln 1868 Memorial 73/231

PROVIS, Joseph farmer Pt Lincoln 1869 Application 9981

No 1

PROVIS, Joseph Frederick dairyman Adelaide 1903 Memorial 42/448

PROVIS, Joseph Frederick formerly of Adelaide but now dairyfarmer Pt Lincoln 1908 Memorial 19/459

No 1

PROVIS, Joseph Hannam publican Pt Lincoln Hotel Pt Lincoln 1883[-1885] Memorial 68/349

PROVIS, Joseph Hannam licensed victualler Pt Lincoln 1890. He died 3/11/1891. Husband of Mary Provis, who inherited his entire estate absolutely Application 25087

PROVIS, Joseph Hannam licensed victualler Pt Lincoln, died 3/11/1891. Husband of Mary Provis, who lived at 18 Hanson St, Adelaide by 1904 Memorials 174 & 175a/451

PROVIS, Percy Valentine farmer and grazier Pt Lincoln 1950 Memorial 175/524

PROVO, Frederick mariner Queenstown 1886[-1893] Memorial 76/378

No 1

PROVOST, John Arthur chemist Adelaide 1884 Memorial 189/356

PROVOST, John Arthur chemist and druggist Adelaide (Hindley St) 1890 Memorial 124/404

PROWSE, Edward gentleman Houghton 1853[-1854] Memorial 150/61

PROWSE, Jacob labourer Adelaide 1842 Memorial 264/1

No 1 - likely to be the same person

PROWSE, William of Adelaide 1849 Memorial 39/15

PROWSE, William carpenter Woodside 1855 Memorial 435/80

PROWSE, William farmer Talunga 1856 Memorial 66/105

PROWSE, William farmer Blumberg 1863 Memorial 35/195

PROWSE, William wheelwright formerly of Gumeracha but now of The Sturt 1868 Application 9590

PROWSE, William wheelwright Rosebank Sturt 1875 Application 14575.

PROWSE, William wheelwright The Broadway, Glenelg 1877 Application 15911

PROWSE, William gentleman Glenelg 1882 Application 19338

PRUETER/PRUTER/PRÜTER, Johann Joachim Christoph labourer Klemzig Hundred of Blanche land grant 1859 Grant Book 30 Page 515 County Grey

PRYDE, William yeoman near Auburn 1867 Memorial 79/226

PRYOR, Alfred Harrison publican Somerset Hotel Adelaide (pt TA 229 Flinders St) 1910[-1911] Memorial 201/463

No 1

PRYOR, Edgar Thomas minister of religion Pinnaroo trustee Methodist Church Yarraville 1911 Grant Book 12 Page 47 County Chandos

PRYOR, Edgar Thomas Methodist Minister Norwood 1946 Brompton Methodist Church trustee Application 28475

PRYOR, Edgar Thomas Methodist minister 40 Partridge St, Glenelg 1953 Memorial 18/528

PRYOR, Howard James bootfinisher 110 Rundle St, Kent Town 1948 Memorial 70/523

PRYOR, James schoolmaster Mt Barker. Trustee Dunn Memorial Methodist Church Mt Barker 1922 Application 27087

PRYOR, John T teacher Moonta Mines 1886 Memorial 174/374

No 1

PRYOR, Joseph blacksmith Burra Mines 1855[-1863] Memorial 140/81

PRYOR, Joseph blacksmith formerly of the Burra Burra Mines but now of Donnybrook 1857 Memorial 78/117

PRYOR, Joseph blacksmith formerly of the Burra Burra Mine but now of Donnybrook father of William Henry Pryor of Donnybrook 1859 Memorial 305/159

PRYOR, Joseph blacksmith Donnybrook 1868 Application 9370

PRYOR, Joseph blacksmith formerly of the Burra Burra Mines 1855 but now of Donybrook near Clare 1870 Application 10566

No 1

PRYOR, Joseph Burt blacksmith Roachtown 1861 Memorial 125/173

PRYOR, Joseph Burt blacksmith Kooringa 1862 Application 3691

PRYOR, Joseph Burt blacksmith formerly of Roach Town but now of Pekina 1865 Memorial 39/208

No 1

PRYOR, William gardener Salisbury 1861[-1893] Memorial 234/176, Application 22609

PRYOR, William vigneron Vine Cottage near Salisbury, died 12/6/1895. Father of Emily Pryor (died 3/6/1928), Ada LAURIE (died 1/11/1926) and Rosina Mary SAWERS Memorial 137/425 & RPA Search 2060

No 2

PRYOR, William market gardener Mt Lofty Road near Glen Osmond 1876[-1880] Memorial 59/291

No 3

PRYOR, William station master Eurelia 1887 Memorial 67/383

No 1

PRYOR, William George farmer Pt Augusta 1885 Memorial 19/371

PRYOR, William George farmer Pt Augusta linked with Ada and Emily Pryor spinsters of the Hundred of Davenport 1885 Memorials 181 & 182/372

PRYOR, William George grazier Pt Augusta 1888 Memorial 143/394

PRYOR, William George sheepfarmer Mundallio 1901 Memorial 196/444

PRYOR, William George out of business North Adelaide 1929 Application 27733

PRYOR, William Henry blacksmith Donnybrook 1865 Memorial 7/207

PRYOR, William Thomas plasterer Queenstown and Clara Pryor his wife 1897 Application 23302

No 1

PRZIBILLA, Andreas farmer Nuriootpa 1858 Memorial 59/144

PRZIBILLA, Andreas farmer Nuriootpa 1862 Application 3129

PRYZIBILLA, Andrew the Younger farmer Baldina. Hundred of Baldina land grant 1888 Grant Book 9 Page 12 County Burra

PRYZIBILLA, Elvin Laurence farmer Riverton 1950 Memorial 113/524

PRYZIBILLA, Johann Gottlieb farmer Farrell Flat Co Stanley. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1878 Grant Book 13 Page 191 County Dalhousie

No 1

PRZIBILLA, Matthias farmer Angas Park 1853[-1860] Memorial 125/61

PRZIBILLA, Matthias farmer Nuriootpa, died c1871. His widow, Regina Constanze Przibilla, died 4/8/1889, of old age, aged 82. Carl von Bertouch of Adelaide remarked in 1889 that he had known the Przibillas for 35 years ‘They were illiterate persons of Polish extraction who could neither read nor write.’ Their son, Andreas Przibilla, was a Farrell Flat farmer in 1889 Application 21680

PRZYGODA, Friedrich August clerk Adelaide 1883 Memorial 1/350

No 1

PRZYGODA, Wilhelm August miller North Adelaide 1855 Memorial 339/128

PRZYGODA, Wilhelm August miller Adelaide 1865 Memorial 134/201

PRYZGODA, Wilhelm August miller formerly of Adelaide 1865 but now of Gumeracha 1872 Application 11996

PUCKRIDGE, Alfred Dufraye farmer Lake Wangary Hundred of Lake Wangary land grant 1880 Grant Book 177 Page 178 County Flinders

PUCKRIDGE, Amy Sarah dressmaker Pt Lincoln 1935 Memorial 184/508

No 1

PUCKRIDGE, Anthony Freeman Pariss farmer Mt Dutton near Lake Wangary 1881[-1883] Memorial 17/333

PUCKRIDGE, Anthony Freeman Paris farmer Lake Wangary Hundred of Lake Wangary land grant 1880 Grant Book 177 Page 178 County Flinders

PUCKRIDGE, Anthony Freeman Pain auctioneer Warrow near Pt Lincoln, died 6/11/1891 intestate. Husband of Maria Puckridge who still lived at Warrow in 1904 Memorials 10-11/452, Application 24915

No 1 - likely to be the same person

PUCKRIDGE, Frederick Benjamin Institute librarian Pt Lincoln 1901[-1927] Memorial 163/489, Application 27561

PUCKRIDGE, Frederick Benjamin motor engineer Pt Lincoln 1923[-1925] Memorial 163/489, Application 27401

PUCKRIDGE, Freeman auctioneer Pt Lincoln 1885 Memorial 98/371

PUCKRIDGE, Horace and Russell sheepfarmers Lake Wangary 1902 Memorial 222/446

PUCKRIDGE, James St George farmer Pt Lincoln. Hundred of Warrow land grant 1869 Grant Book 21 Page 152 County Flinders

No 1 - JSG Puckridge

PUCKRIDGE, John licensed victualler Buckingham Arms Walkerville 1856 Memorial 90/96

PUCKRIDGE, John of Walkerville 1860 Application 1068

PUCKRIDGE, John farmer Lake Wangary near Pt Lincoln 1867 Memorial 173/225

No 2 - continuation of No 1

PUCKRIDGE, John Saint George licensed victualler formerly of Mt Barker but now of Walkerville 1856[-1857] Memorial 317/105

PUCKRIDGE, John St George of Lake Wangary 1885 Memorial 98/371

PUCKRIDGE, John St George farmer Lake Wangary 1887 Memorial 101/385

PUCKRIDGE, John St George formerly publican Walkerville but now farmer Lake Wangary 1890 Application 21769

PUCKRIDGE, Percival Lincoln pastoralist 106 Tasman Tce, Pt Lincoln 1971, born 20/4/1897, declared that he had lived in Pt Lincoln all his life Application 29799

No 1

PUCKRIDGE, Russell farmer Lake Wangary Hundred of Lake Wangary land grant 1880 Grant Book 177 Page 178 County Flinders

PUCKRIDGE, Russell farmer Lake Wangary 1905 Memorial 167/452

PUCKRIDGE, Russell farmer Lake Wangary 1905 Application 25087

PUCKRIDGE, Vena Muriel married woman Mt Dutton 1927 Application 27594

PUDDEPHATT, Thomas Henry gentleman late of Latchmi Alexandra Rod, Watford, Herts, England and Moores Road, Nungambakam, Madras, Southern India, died 28/1/1910, of heart failure, aged 57. He had been 37 years in India and was lately the Head Apprisor in the Madras Customs House. He had been born in England. He owned pt Town Acre 77 in Hindley St, Adelaide, as trustee in a marriage settlement for the OTTLEYs. His solicitor was Arthur Edward Willoughby MARSHALL 48 Mark Lane, London Deposit 21/1913

No 1

PUDDY, Albert engineer Brompton 1870[-1874] Memorial 15/250

PUDDY, Jane married woman Brompton 1912 Application 26119

PUDDY, Albert Forwood managing director 26 Wood St, Millswood 1937, managing director of GIBB & MILLER Ltd engineering works 290 Commercial Rd, Pt Adelaide. He said that the company bought out the firm of Alfred John Gibb and Robert Aikenhead Miller on 12/3/1937, which operated in College and Clare Sts, in the Portland Estate at that time Application 28057

PUDDY, Edward Prentice labourer Hundred of Wongyarra Hundred of Wongyarra land grant 1897 Grant Book 23 Page 53 County Frome

PUDDY, Harold Edgar photographic operator Clarence Park 1916 Application 26514

No 1

PUDDY, Henry labourer Adelaide 1852 Memorial 122/42

PUDDY, Henry farmer Adelaide 1854 Memorial 452/78

PUDDY, Henry farmer Magill 1854 Magill Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee Memorial 143/74

PUDDY, Henry of Magill, died c1854. He left his entire estate to his wife, Maria Puddy, in trust for life, then to his daughter, Maria Puddy, absolutely in remainder expectant. If his daughter died before she could inherit, Henry Puddy's estate to be divided equally absolutely in remainder expectant amongst the children of his brother Isaac Puddy and his sisters, Harriet GAMBLIN and Matilda BLACKET. H Puddy's wife, William HARDING, Ebenezer Edward Blacket and Isaac Puddy (should he arrive in the colony) to be executors of the will and guardian of the daughter until she turned 21 Memorial 432/79 A codicil directed Maria Puddy to pay her husband's debts first, before using the rest of his estate to her own use Memorial 497/79

PUDDY, Henry gentleman Magill, died c1855. His real estate in trust for his wife, Maria, until she died or married again. Then the property to their daughter Maria Puddy. If the daughter died before the mother, the property to be sold and the proceeds go in equal shares to the children of his brother and sisters, Isaac Puddy, Harriet GAMBLIN and Matilda BLACKET wife of Ebenezer Edward BLACKET of Norwood Deposit 21/1913

PUDDY, Maria widow Adelaide 1855 relict and executor of the late Henry Puddy formerly of Adelaide, who died 30/12/1854. Linked with Isaac Puddy formerly of England but now of Norwood, another executor of the will Memorial 210/82

No 1

PUDDY, Isaac railway superintendent Adelaide 1858 Memorial 41/142

PUDDY, Isaac labourer formerly of Norwood but now of Bowden 1861 Memorial 29/177

PUDDY, Isaac railway superintendent Adelaide 1866 Memorial 205/210

No 1

PUDNEY, Albert Ernest law clerk Pt Adelaide 1883 Memorial 164/349

PUDNEY, Albert Ernest auctioneer Pt Adelaide 1924 Application 27231

PUDNEY, Charles printer and stationer Pt Adelaide 1899 Application 23894

PUDNEY, EH farmer Cunningham linked with Stephen Major Pudney of East Cunningham 1882 Memorial 98/341

No 1

PUDNEY, George James Henry painter Queenstown and Lydia Pudney his wife 1888 Application 21406

PUDNEY, George James Henry painter Queenstown 1897 Application 23310

PUDNEY, Harold E clerk Adelaide 1919 Memorial 11/479

No 1

PUDNEY, Henry John carpenter Portland Estate 1861[-1862] Memorial 99/177

PUDNEY, Henry John formerly carpenter 1862 but now carter Portland Estate 1866 Application 7610

PUDNEY, Henry formerly carpenter Queenstown 1858 but now carrier Portland Estate 1867 Application 8707

PUDNEY, Henry John carter Portland Estate 1868[-1873] Memorial 229/229

PUDNEY, Henry John carter Portland Estate trustee of the Loyal Duke of Portland Oddfellow's Lodge Friendly Society 1869 Memorial 35/242

PUDNEY, John Henry carter Portland Estate 1875 Memorial 25/280

PUDNEY, Henry John clerk Portland Estate linked with Stephen Pudney carpenter Queenstown 1880 Memorial 178/327

PUDNEY, Henry John clerk Portland Estate 1882[-1883] Application 19366, Memorial 4/349

PUDNEY, Henry John agent Pt Adelaide 1885 Application 20557

PUDNEY, Henry John auctioneer Pt Adelaide 1892[-1896] Memorial 52/412, Application 23157

PUDNEY, Henry John JP of Pt Adelaide, formerly clerk in the office of Charles HAINS auctioneer Pt Adelaide 1896 Application 23217

PUDNEY, Henry John auctioneer Pt Adelaide 1905, declared that he had lived in the area since c1855 Application 24893

PUDNEY, HJ auctioneer Pt Adelaide 1911 Application 25998

PUDNEY, Henry John auctioneer Commercial Rd, Pt Adelaide, owned the Diamond Jubilee Hall in King St, Alberton, then commonly known as 'Pudney's place'. He rented the premises to the Education Department between 8am and 4.30pm Mondays and Fridays inclusive, for £1/1/- a week, between 23/5/1916 and 8/10/1923, when the Department gave up the lease. HJ Pudney died 23/8/1918, after which the Public Trustee as executor took over the administration of the lease. On 17/10/1921, Mabel Jane BROWN wife of Francis John Brown news agent Alberton bought the premises and took over leasing arrangements. This information came from Dockets 1258/1916 and 408/1921 Application 28644

No 1

PUDNEY, John the Elder of Pt Adelaide died intestate. Husband of Sarah Pudney, who returned to England to live in Little Clacton, Essex. Real estate to his heir at law, his son, John Pudney the Younger blacksmith Little Clacton, Essex, England. Power of attorney to James LANDERS partner in the firm of Landers & Cook, Adelaide, to sell his SA real estate and finalise the estate 12/11/1855. Mrs Pudney could not write. LANDERS, James merchant of the firm of Landers & Cook, Adelaide, substitute power of attorney to John HODGKISS draper Adelaide, to manage the Pudney Estate 21/4/1856 Deposit 286/OA

PUDNEY, John the Elder of Pt Adelaide died intestate. Husband of Sarah Pudney, who returned to England to live in Little Clacton, Essex. Real estate to his heir at law, his son, John PUDNEY the Younger blacksmith Little Clacton, Essex, England. Power of attorney to James LANDERS partner in the firm of Landers & Cook, Adelaide, to sell his SA real estate and finalise the estate 12/11/1855. Mrs Pudney could not write.  LANDERS, James merchant of the firm of Landers & Cook, Adelaide, substitute power of attorney to John HODGKISS draper Adelaide, to manage the PUDNEY Estate 21/4/1856 Deposit 286/OA

PUDNEY, John the Younger blacksmith Little Clacton, Essex, England 1856, only son and heir at law of the late John Pudney the Elder formerly farmer Meadows, and before that at Little Clacton, who died intestate c1855 Memorial 157/103

PUDNEY, Michael farmer Hundred of MacDonnell Hundred of MacDonnell land grant 1899 Grant Book 30 Page 282 County Grey

No 1

PUDNEY, Stephen carpenter Alberton 1856 Memorial 46/103

PUDNEY, Stephen carpenter Queenstown 1858[-1879] Memorial 63/144

PUDNEY, Stephen carpenter Queenstown 1875 Application 14625

PUDNEY, Stephen builder Queenstown, died 16/4/1882, of chronic bronchitis, aged 72. Husband of Jane Pudney 1882 Application 19366

PUDNEY, Stephen carpenter Queenstown, died 1882. His wife died c1875. At least two children - Mrs Charles BURCHELL of Beyer St, Norwood and Henry John Pudney auctioneer and agent Pt Adelaide (born 16/11/1838) 1919 Application 26763

No 1

PUDNEY, Stephen Major blacksmith Alberton 1869[-1870] Memorial 194/236

PUDNEY, Stephen Major blacksmith Queenstown 1874 Memorial 228/274

PUDNEY, Stephen Major farmer Hundred of Cunningham 1887 Memorial 38/388

PUDNEY, Stephen Major farmer East Cunningham Hundred of Cunningham land grant 1888 Grant Book 19 Page 286 County Fergusson

FIND - reference no

PUENORR, Lucy spinster Richmond, about to leave the province for some time, power of attorney to William John OLDHAM accountant Currie St, Adelaide, to secure her legacy from the will of John CHAMBERS Esquire South Richmond, who died 27/9/1889. 21/10/1889.

PUETTMANN/PUTTMANN/PÜTTMANN, Carl professor of music Adelaide 1868 Memorial 29/233

PUGH, Angelo Victor accountant Murray Bridge. Murray Bridge SM Hospital trustee 1924 Memorial 157/491 

PUGH, John farmer Lower Wakefield Special Survey 1856 Memorial 382/97

No 1

PUGH, Thomas bricklayer Kensington 1848 Memorial 331/11 Bricklayer Norwood 1850 Memorial 191/20

PUGH, Thomas formerly bricklayer Norwood but now farmer Balhannah 1854 Memorial 215/78

PUGH, Thomas builder near Balhannah 1858 Balhannah District School trustee Memorial 21/152

PUGH, Thomas formerly bricklayer Kensington but now farmer Balhannah 1865 Memorial 4/202

PUGH, Thomas farmer Balhannah 1868 Memorial 16/229

No 1

PUGSLEY, John yeoman Adelaide 1850 Memorial 483/25

PUGSLEY, Agnes widow Norwood 1856 Memorial 301/95

PUGSLEY, John formerly yeoman Adelaide, late storeman Norwood, died cMay 1855 Melbourne Vic. He left his allotment in Norwood ‘as best as I am able on my death bed’, to be sold and the money given for the benefit of his wife, Agnes, and three children (unnamed). J Pugsley mentioned that he used to work for a Mr JOSHUA, who had to sell the land for the widow and her family. Applicatioin 4028

No 1

PUGSLEY, Richard farmer McLaren Vale 1849 Memorial 83/18

PUGSLEY, Richard farmer McLaren Vale, died c1862. Husband of Ann Grace Pugsley. Father of Mary Ann NICHOLS wife of John Nichols no description. Brother of Susan WARE in England (His eldest sister). Executors of his will; John MUDGE farmer Noarlunga, Richard STROUT farmer Willunga Memorial 215/189

PUGSLEY, Richard farmer McLaren Vale, died 4/3/1863, of kidney disease, aged 58. He could not write. He left his estate in trust for life to his widow, Ann Grace Pugsley, who died 27/3/1882, of debility through being lost in the bush for 5 days, aged 81. Her step-daughter, Mary Ann NICHOLLS, of McLaren Vale, inherited the Pugsley property absolutely in remainder expectant. Mary Ann Nicholls' husband, John Nicholls farmer McLaren Vale, died 28/1/1889, of senile decay, aged 70. Mary Ann NICHOLLS 58 widow Willunga (Father: Richard Pugsley) remarried to Edward Hale NORRIS 68 widower Bull Creek (Father; James Norris) on 17/7/1889 Bride's residence, Willunga. Minister: John DINGLE. Witnesses: William TOWNSEND farmer McLaren Flat and Mrs C GROSS of McLaren Flat. Edward Hall Norris farmer McLaren Vale, died 18/12/1892, of senile decay and chronic bronchitis, aged 71. Mary Ann NORRIS 62 widow McLaren Vale, remarried to Frederick GIDDINGS 61 widower farmer McLaren Vale (Father: Charles GIDDINGS) on 20/8/1892 bride's home, McLaren Vale. Minister: Thomas HILLMAN. Witnesses: Arthur LIDDIARD labourer McLaren Vale and Susannah Liddiard of McLaren Vale. Richard Pugsley had a sister, Susan WARE, of Winkleigh, Devon, England, who would inherit his entire estate should his own family die out. Mrs Ware died 26/12/1892 in Winkleigh, without ever inheriting any of the Pugsley estate Application 24791

PUGSLEY, William farmer Canowie Co Victoria. Hundred of Mannanarie land grant 1880 Grant Book 13 Page 80 County Dalhousie

PUISCHOF, Carl Ludwig merchant Adelaide and Melbourne. Husband of Elise Puischof of Melbourne Vic 1893 Application 22444

PULFER, Charles warehouseman Adelaide 1839 Application 23881

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

PULFORD, Charles George coachsmith Gawler West 1871 Application 11257

PULFORD, Charles George railway labourer Pt Broughton 1891 Application 22104

PULFORD, Charles George glut porter Pt Broughton. Hundred of Mundoora land grant 1907[-1908] Grant Book 14 Page 272 County Daly

PULFORD, Charles George tramway employee Pt Broughton. Hundred of Mundoora land grant 1909 Grant Book 14 Page 274 County Daly

PULFORD, CG storekeeper Mintaro 1910 Application 25779

PULFORD, Charles George storekeeper Mintaro. His wife, Vera Coralie Pulford, died 13/5/1944 Adelaide intestate Memorial 94/518

No 1

PULFORD, Edwin railway guard Norwood 1859 Application 959

PULFORD, Edwin railawy station master Fords 1872 Memorial 29/260

PULFORD, Edwin railway station master Fords 1891 Application 22104

PULFORD, Edwin out of business Miller St, North Unley, died c1895. Executors: Charles George Pulford (a son) and Martin McLeish out of business North Unley Memorial 223/424

PULFORD, Edwin Brooks labourer Pt Broughton. Hundred of Mundoora land grant 1902 Grant Book 14 Page 271 County Daly

No 1

PULFORD, George carpenter Norwood 1851[-1852] Memorial 357/38

PULFORD, George carpenter Wallaroo 1871 Memorial 27/255

PULFORD, George formerly carpenter Sydenham Rd, Norwood 1851 but then corn merchant Wallaroo by 1876. His wife, Hannah Eliza Pulford, died 14/5/1876, of ovarian dropsy, aged 62. George Pulford died 1888. He left his estate to his daughter, Georgiana Maria BRISTOWE, who died 1904 Application 25936

PULFORD, Thomas ironworker Colonel Light Gardens 1928 Memorial 25/499

PULFORD, Vera Coralie storekeeper Mintaro 1929 Memorial 35/502

No 1

PULLEINE, FA agent Kent Town 1881 Application 18920

PULLEINE, Frederick Arthur manufacturer Norwood 1885 Memorial 76/366

PULLEINE, Frederick Arthur manufacturer Spennithorne near Lobethal 1895 Memorial 240/423

No 1

PULLEINE, Robert Henry medical practitioner Adelaide 1909 Memorial 44/462

PULLEINE, Robert Henry medical practitioner Adelaide 1926 Application 27445

PULLEN, Albert David formerly railway employee but now clerk Pt Lincoln 1948 Application 28588

No 1

PULLEN, Burton clerk of the local court & JP Orroroo 1880 Memorial 53/326

PULLEN, Burton clerk Orroroo Co Dalhousie. Cockburn (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1886 Grant Book 65 Page 165 County Not named

PULLEN, Burton clerk of the local court Orroroo 1888 Memorial 141/391

PULLEN, Mr Lands Office draftsman Adelaide 1840 Grant Book 0 Page 3 County Unnamed

PULLEN, Samuel Teakle labourer Hindmarsh 1907 Application 25277

PULLEN, Thomas carpenter North Adelaide 1866 Memorial 26/222

PULLIN, Albert David railway employee Pt Lincoln 1927 Memorial 92/497

PULLIN, Cyril Edgar formerly farmer Black Springs but now private in the AIF (Australian Army Medical Corps) 1916 Memorial 117/474

PULLMAN, Henry Frederic dancing teacher Arthur St, Unley, and Hebe Pullman his wife 1921 Memorial 108/484

PULLMAN, Sidney James Secretary to the Pt Adelaide Racing Club Ltd, with its office in the Advertiser Building, Divett St, Pt Adelaide 1921 Application 26956

PULS, Wilhelm farmer Lyndoch Valley 1862 Application 3125

No 1

PULSFORD, John carpenter Hindmarsh 1849 Memorial 436/13

PULSFORD, John timber merchant Adelaide 1860 Application 1493

PULSFORD, John builder formerly of Hindmarsh but now of Adelaide 1862 Memorial 134/184

PULSFORD, John gentleman Adelaide 1871 Memorial 114/262

PULSFORD, John timber merchant Adelaide died c1876 Application 15305

No 1

PULSFORD, William timber merchant Adelaide, died 15/10/1882. Husband of Mary Pulsford of Norwood Memorial 78/410

PULSFORD, Mary and Albert HEWER timber merchants Adelaide (Grenfell St) carrying on business under the style or firm of Pulsford & Co, became bankrupts after a creditors' meeting in Marlborough Chambers, Adelaide on 7/5/1884 Memorial 134/409

PUMPA, Carl Wilhelm farmer Hawker 1894 Memorial 130/421

PUMPA, Friedrich farmer Point Pass Co Eyre. Hundred of Caltowie land grant 1880 Grant Book 60 Page 192 County Victoria

PUMPA, George farmer South Rhine 1877 Memorial 192/305

No 1

PUNKE, Rudolph Hermann clerk Brandreth Ave, Tusmore 1941 Memorial 55/515

PUNKE, Rudolph Hermann clerk 9 Jarvis St, Erindale, aged 45 in 1946 Application 28467

PUPLETT, James mason Noarlunga 1855 Memorial 367/91

No 1

PUPLETT, William grocer Adelaide 1861[-1867] Memorial 346/174

No 1

PURBRICK, William James stockholder Mt Gambier 1851 Memorial 151/38

PURBRICK, William James [formerly stockholder Mt Gambier but now] farmer Cullenswood Tas 1860 Memorial 225/173

No 1

PURCELL, Edward of North Kapunda 1850 Memorial 210/20

PURCELL, Edward no description and Jane Purcell his wife. Close links with William TREVENA of Hawker Creek. E Purcell owned land at Kapunda 1859 Memorial 73/297

PURCELL, Frank overseer Hideaway 1892 Memorial 122/43

PURCELL, Henry labourer Hamley Mill 1880 Memorial 191/321

No 1

PURCELL, Lawrence wheelwright Gawler 1849 Memorial 161/20

PURCELL, Lawrence yeoman near Gawler 1853 Memorial 105/57

PURCELL, Lawrence yeoman Evanston 1855 Memorial 108/94

PURCELL, Lawrence farmer Evanston 1860 Memorial 313/161

PURCELL, Lawrence the Elder wheelwright Evanston father of Lawrence Purcell the Younger of Evanston 1868 Memorial 105/261

No 1

PURCHASE, Joseph labourer Springbank 1851[-1854] Memorial 235/35

PURCHASE, Joseph yeoman Goodwood 1853 Memorial 35/50

No 1 - probably the same person

PURCHASE, Walter farmer Eastern Sources of the Torrens 1855 Memorial 60/89

PURCHASE, Walter farmer Appila Hundred of Appila land grant 1879 Grant Book 24 Page 495 County Frome

PURCHASE, Walter of Pt Germein 1885 Memorial 106/365

PURCHASE, Walter of Pt Germein Hundred of Wongyarra land grant 1885 Grant Book 23 Page 51 County Frome

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

PURCHES, John shipwright Pt Adelaide 1854 Memorial 206/61

PURCHES, John mechanic Pt Adelaide 1854 Memorial 333/77

PURCHES, John shipwright Alberton Hundred of Mudla Wirra land grant 1858 Grant Book 27 Page 241 County Gawler

PURCHES, John contractor Alberton 1863[-1887] Memorial 223/188

PURCHES, John shipwright Queenstown 1864[-1879] Memorial 217/199

PURCHES, John carpenter Queenstown 1866 Memorial 4/209

PURCHES, John contractor Queenstown 1872 Memorial 129/260

PURCHES, John carpenter Alberton 1877 Application 16397

PURCHES, John the Elder shipwright Pt Adelaide linked with John Purches the Younger carpenter Queenstown 1878 Memorial 19/306

PURCHES, John shipwright Alberton 1881 Application 18374

PURCHES, John builder Queenstown 1882 Application 19366

PURCHES, John contractor Queenstown 1883 Application 19971 PURCHES, John the Elder shipwright Queenstown, died 1896. Linked with John Purches the Younger licensed victualler Rosewater and William Thomas Purches carpenter Queenstown 1903 Application 24595

PURCHES, John the Elder contractor Queenstown, died 18/2/1896. Husband of Elizabeth Purches. Father of John Purches the Younger, Elizabeth Ellinor REID wife of Malcolm Donnell Reid timber merchant Pt Adelaide, William Thomas Purches, Eliza Jane Purches, Albert George Purches, Edith Anna Purches and Harold Edwin Purches Memorial 94/464

PURCHES, Elizabeth widow of the late John Purches contractor Broad St, Queenstown, died 26/12/1910, of morbus cordis and senile decay, aged 74. Born in Somerset, England. In SA 57 years. Married at 18. 4 sons and 3 daughters living. 2 sons and 1 daughter deceased. Two children likely to be John Purches the Younger and William Thomas Purches Application 26109.

PURCHES, John the Elder shipwright Queenstown and his wife, Elizabeth Eleanor Purches nee REID. Parents of Harold Edwin Purches born 18/5/1875 Queenstown, the youngest son. Other children included Elizabeth Elanor Purches. John Purches the Younger and William Thomas Purches carpenters Queenstown HE Purches gave this information in 1949 Application 28643

No 1

PURCHES, William Thomas carpenter Queenstown 1907 Application 25271

PURCHES, William Thomas carpenter and joiner Alberton, aged 68 in 1927, declared he had been born in King St, Alberton, and had lived his whole life in the district Application 27596

No 1

PURDIE, James farmer O’Halloran Hill 1850 Memorial 376/24 Farmer One Tree Hill near Smith Creek Munno Para 1854[-1876] Memorial 267/72

PURDIE, James farmer One Tree Hill 1859[-1873] Munno Para East District Councillor Memorial 231/158

PURDIE, James farmer One Tree Hill 1861 Application 2661

PURDIE, James farmer Hillside Farm Gawler Hills 1869 Application 10444

PURDIE, James farmer One Tree Hill in the Sources of the Little Para Co Adelaide. Hundred of Everard land grant 1874 Grant Book 56 Page 391 County Stanley

PURDIE, James farmer One Tree Hill in the Sources of the Little Para 1881 Memorial 142/330

PURDIE, John Gardiner of Booleroo Hundred of Booleroo land grant 1882 Grant Book 24 Page 623 County Frome

PURDIE, Walter Noel almondgrower McLaren Vale 1955 Memorial 86/530

PURDIE, WCJ railway porter Willunga 1922 Memorial 119/485

PURDON, William Henry clerk Enfield. Prospect Methodist Church trustee 1930 Memorial 30/503, Application 27786

PURDY, Alfred Ernest and William Thomas Purdy labourers formerly of East Glenelg but now of Birdwood 1934 Memorial 40/509

PURDY, H Manager of the SA Banking Company 54 Old Broad St, London, Middlesex, England 1861 Memorial 168/172

No 1

PURMANN, Johann Gottfried of Section 303 Hundred of Moorooroo 1852[-1858] Memorial 358/44

PURMANN, Johann Gottfried farmer near Kapunda 1863 Application 4389

PURMANN, Johann Gottfried farmer [formerly of Section 303 Hundred of Moorooroo, but now of] the Light 1858 Memorial 21/158

PURMANN, Johann Gottfried farmer formerly of the Light River 1858 but now of Steinthal 1873 Application 13086

PURMANN, Johann Gottfried farmer Gumbowie Hundred of Gumbowie land grant 1882 Grant Book 40 Page 43 County Kimberley

No 1

PURNELL, John farmer Tam O'Shanter Belt 1853 Memorial 436/51

PURNELL, John farmer Yorke township 1854[-1855] Memorial 294/71

PURNELL, John farmer York village Port Road and Hannah Purnell his wife 1863 Memorial 28/209

PURNELL, John farmer York township on the Port Road died 6/3/1865 of heart disease intestate, aged 87, leaving his wife, Hannah Maria Purnell, but no children or other relatives surviving him. His wife, Hannah Purnell, died 25/3/1876 Sandy Creek, of apoplexy, aged 77. Her nephew, George LINDSAY, lived at Sandy Creek. By a previous marriage, she had given birth to a daughter, Harriet, who married James BENNETT farmer York. George CRITTENDEN farmer Findon knew both the Bennett and Purnell families well 1882 Applications 15670 and 18975

PURRIER, Vincent Esquire formerly of Adelaide, but now of Van Diemen’s Land 1849 Memorial 189/15 Esquire of Luscombe Van Diemen's Land 1849 Memorial 64/16

No 1

PURSCHE, Johann Traugott farmer Rowlands Flat 1852 Memorial 419/44

PURSCHE, Johann Traugott farmer Tanunda 1854 Hundred of North Rhine land grant Memorial 331/73

PURSCHE, Traugott farmer North Rhine. Lake Killalpaninna Lutheran Mission trustee 1885 Memorial 153/378

PURSEY, Tom labourer West Milang 1882 Application 19175

No 1

PURTELL, Patrick farmer Morphett Vale 1854[-1855] Memorial 388/79

PURTELL, Patrick farmer Bull Creek 1875 Application 14499

PURTLE, Michael of Moorowie 1879 Grant Book 19 Page 6 County Fergusson

No 1 - unclear whether the Elder and the Younger involved

PURTLE, Patrick yeoman Adelaide 1849[-1853] Memorial 485/14 Green Hills Special Survey land purchase 1853 Memorial 5/53

PURTLE, Patrick farmer Meadows 1856 Memorial 167/103

PURTLE, Patrick farmer The Meadows 1858 Memorial 290/143

PURTLE, Patrick farmer Meadows Special Survey 1860 Memorial 216/162

No 2 - unclear whether the Elder and the Younger involved

PURTLE, Patrick farmer Strathalbyn 1849[-1855]. Took out 7-year lease pt Section 3272 on Bull Creek 1849 Memorial 120/17

PURTLE, Patrick farmer Bull Creek 1857[-1867] Memorial 72/129

PURVES, Charles W medical practitioner Angaston 1896 Memorial 213/428

No 1

PURVIS, George carpenter Pt Adelaide 1853 Memorial 295/59

PURVIS, George W carpenter Le Fevre Peninsula 1862 Application 3368

PURVIS, George of Le Fevre Peninsula 1876 Memorial 62/334

PURVIS, George carpenter Le Fevre Peninsula 1877[-1887] Memorial 165/303, Application 21148

PURVIS, George carpenter Exeter Le Fevre Peninsula 1898 Memorial 243/434

PURVIS, George gentleman Exeter Le Fevre Peninsula linked with William James Purvis electrical engineer Adelaide 1906 Memorial 58/455

PURVIS, George carpenter Exeter 1912 Application 26071

No 1

PURVIS, Harry licensed victualler Pt Adelaide 1891 Memorial 138/408

PURVIS, Henry licensed victualler Tattersall's Hotel Adelaide (pt TA 77, 78 Hindley St) 1897[-1898] Memorial 234/430

PURVIS, James labourer Rosewater 1877 Application 16285

PURVIS, Lewis William charge storeman Washington St, Pt Lincoln and Annelene Julia Louise Purvis his wife 1950 Memorial 129/524

PURVIS, William James electrician Adelaide 1908 Memorial 65/459

PUSCTON , Joseph of Glenelg Application 18090

No 1

PUSTKUCHEN, Ernst grocer Adelaide (Rundle St) 1872 Application 15955

PUSTKUCHEN, Ernst Wilhelm Theodor merchant Adelaide and Pauline Pustkuchen his wife [likely nee Pauline WEIDENBACH] 1874 Memorial 40/281

PUSTKUCHEN, Ernst Wilhelm Theodor importer Adelaide 1886 Memorial 51/379

PUSTKUCHEN, Wilhelm Theodor grocer and importer Adelaide 1875 Memorial 52/282

PUSTKUCHEN, Ernst Wilhelm Theodor formerly importer Adelaide but now gentleman in parts beyond the seas 1890 Memorial 107/405

PUSTKUCHEN, Ernst Wilhelm Theodor merchant formerly of Adelaide now of parts beyond the sea 1891 Application 22100

PUTLAND, Amelia widow Torrens Vale 1939 Application 28207

PUTLAND, Charles Charlie Alfred invalid pensioner Normanville, died 23/10/1962. Husband of Laurel Grace Putland. A son called Ernest Walter Putland gardener Normanville, aged 45 years in 1962. He served in World War II Application 29495

No 1

PUTLAND, George labourer Torrens Vale Hundred of Dalrymple land grant 1880 Grant Book 19 Page 142 County Fergusson

PUTLAND, George farmer Stansbury, declared 1880 that his daughter, Elizabeth Putland, was born 26/3/1859 Dairy Flat, and was the grandchild of the late William NICHOLS/NICHOLLS farmer Dairy Flat near Yankalilla 1881 Application 18512

No 2

PUTLAND, George farmer Hay Flat near Yankalilla 1891 Memorial 6/414

PUTLAND, George farmer Hay Flat near Normanville and Harriet Ann Putland his wife 1906 Memorial 229/454

PUTLAND, George sheep farmer Normanville 1913 Memorial 110/468

PUTLAND, Harriet Ann wife of George farmer Yankalilla, died 13/4/1941. George Putland was 92 years old in 1945 and had lived in the Yankalilla district for 88 years Application 28277

No 1

PUTLAND, George Ephraim Moor farmer Kadina trustee Wesleyan Methodist Church Kadina 1881 Grant Book 14 Page 239 County Daly

PUTLAND, GE farmer Kadina 1882 Memorial 139/342

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

PUTLAND, Henry farmer Onkaparinga 1849 Memorial 348/16

PUTLAND, Henry and John farmers Sources of the Onkaparinga 1851 Memorial 92/31

PUTLAND, Henry and John farmers Onkaparinga 1852 Memorial 370/39

PUTLAND, Henry farmer Yankalilla 1852 Memorial 91/40

PUTLAND, Henry farmer Bunga Creek 1854 Memorial 155/67

PUTLAND, Henry farmer Yankalilla. Bible Christian Chapel Yankalilla foundation trustee 1856 Memorial 130/120

PUTLAND, Henry farmer Yankalilla 1880 Application 18343

PUTLAND, Henry the Younger of Cournamont Hundred of Ridley, executor for the will of the late Charles Putland not described. James TONKIN of Torrens Vale the other executor1893 Memorial 93/417

PUTLAND, James farmer Hundred of Tiparra 1887 Memorial 118/384

No 1

PUTLAND, John wheelwright Second Creek 1845 Memorial 434/5

PUTLAND, John farmer Mt Torrens 1849[-1850] Memorial 452/99

PUTLAND, John farmer Onkaparinga 1850[-1852] Memorial 241/26

PUTLAND, John farmer Denton Onkaparinga. Hundred of Yankalilla land purchase 1856 Memorial 222/98

No 2 - likely to be a continuation of No 1

PUTLAND, John farmer Yankalilla 1862 Memorial 341/186 Loyal Yankalilla Oddfellow Lodge trustee 1862 Memorial 341/186

No 3

PUTLAND, John farmer Kensington and Susanna Putland his wife formerly Susanna MASHFORD widow 1852 Memorial 472/43

No 4

PUTLAND, John farmer Wauraltee Hundred of Wauraltee land grant 1883 Grant Book 19 Page 224 County Fergusson

PUTLAND, Thomas farmer Mt Torrens 1850[-1856] Memorial 453/99

No 1

PUTLAND, William farmer Yankalilla 1854[-1862] Memorial 52/77

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

PUTLAND, William farmer Morphett Vale 1862[-1864] Memorial 348/184

PUTLAND, William farmer [formerly of Morphett Vale but now of] Sarnia Farm District of Mitcham 1872 Memorial 187/259

PUTLAND, William farmer South Road 1878 Memorial 67/310

PUTT, James of Paratoo 1889 Memorial 233/398

PUTTMANN/PÜTTMANN, Carl professor of music Adelaide 1868 Memorial 29/233

PUTTOCK, William hairdresser Bowden 1848 Memorial 15/11

PUXTON, Charles blacksmith Glenelg 1879 Memorial 177/313

PUXTON, CJ of Glenelg 1926, declared that he had lived in Glenelg for over 50 years Application 27194

PUXTON, Joseph blacksmith Glenelg 1855[-1883] Memorial 108/90, Application 14556, Application 19735

No 1

PYBUS, Alfred of Walkerville son of William Pybus iron merchant Walkerville 1868 Memorial 88/229

PYBUS, Alfred civil service officer Northern Territory 1883[-1890] Memorial 90/354

PYBUS, Alfred civil servant Northern Territory, died 1900 Application 24635

PYBUS, Alfred Stanley painter and plumber and PYBUS, Sydney clerk Pt Augusta 1927 Application 27581.

PYBUS, Ann widow Nailsworth, died 30/5/1871 intestate. Letters of administration to her eldest son and heir at law, William Pybus gentleman North-Eastern Road near Walkerville. Her estate worth £400 1871 Memorial 238/280

No 1

PYBUS, Charles saddler Adelaide 1853[-1854] Memorial 329/60 Hundred of Goolwa land grant 1854 Memorial 313/71

PYBUS, Charles saddler formerly of Adelaide, but now of Pt Curtis Qld 6/10/1860 Application 1842

PYBUS, Edward Marmaduke engineer formerly of Riverton then of Beachport, died 24/8/1879 intestate. Letters of administration to William Pybus gentleman Walkerville to settle the £200 estate Memorial 92/318

PYBUS, FH clerk to MATHEWS, COX & WADEY solicitors Adelaide 1873 Memorial 2/265

PYBYUS, Frederick Henry painter Pt Augusta 1903 Application 24635

No 1

PYBUS, George engineer Goolwa 1872 Application 12041

PYBUS, George engineer Goolwa 1873 Memorial 117/267

PYBUS, Robert James machinemaker Mt Barker 1854 Memorial 326/70

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

PYBUS, William the Younger iron founder Adelaide 1852 Memorial 92/64

PYBUS, William machinist and iron and brass founder Adelaide, died c1854. Freehold house and land in North Adelaide, two leasehold premises in Hindley St, and the Victoria Foundry in Leigh St, to his wife, Ann Pybus, for life or until her remarriage, then to his two sons Henry and Edward Pybus as tenants in common in remainder expectant. The rest of his real and personal estate to his wife absolutely Memorial 264/68

PYBUS, William machinist, iron and brass founder Adelaide, died. He left his widow, Ann Pybus, a life interest or until she married, in his home in Melbourne St, North Adelaide, several leasehold shops in Hindley St, and the leasehold land for the Victoria Foundry in Leigh St, Adelaide. She also received all his personal estate. After her death, their two sons, Henry and Edward Pybus, to get the real estate as tenants in common 1847 Application 19121

PYBUS, William engineer Adelaide 1865 Application 6189

PYBUS, William iron merchant Walkerville father of Alfred Pybus of Walkerville 1868 Memorial 88/229

PYBUS, William gentleman Walkerville 1870 Memorial 124/249

PYBUS, William engineer Walkerville 1880 Memorial 173/325

PYBUS, William the Elder engineer Upper Walkerville, died 8/8/1885. Father of William Richard Pybus professor of music Adelaide, Alfred Pybus civil servant Northern Territory of SA, Emily and Ellen Sarah Pybus spinsters Upper Walkerville, Frederick Henry Pybus painter Pt Augusta, and Mary Ann HOLDSWORTH wife of John William Holdsworth plasterer Melbourne Vic Memorial 167/403

PYBUS, William Richard professor of music Adelaide 1903 Application 24635

PYCROFT, Arthur dairyman Quorn 1913 Memorial 104/468

No 1

PYCROFT, James farmer Hundred of Nuriootpa 1854[-1859] Memorial 451/77

PYCROFT, James farmer near Greenock 1859 Memorial 15/152

PYCROFT, James farmer formerly of Greenock but now of near Stockport on the Gilbert 1874 Memorial 199/275

PYCROFT, James Kapunda, power of attorney to John SMALL of Kapunda, to sell his allotments 27 & 28 at Greenock 11/3/1874 Deposit 109/1874

PYE, Thomas labourer Mt Gambier 1868 Memorial 183/235

No 1

PYKE, George licensed victualler Section 1283 Gilbert River 1848 Memorial 291/13

PYKE, George innkeeper Hamilton on the Light 1850 Memorial 405/22

PYKE, George licensed victualler [probably the Buckingham Arms] Walkerville 1854 Memorial 345/76

PYKE, George formerly of Walkerville but now of Melbourne Vic 1856. Linked with Ann Pyke of Walkerville Memorial 90/96

PYKE/PIKE, George licensed victualler formerly of the Gilbert River in the Hundred of Gilbert but now of Ross Bridge near Ararat in the District of Ripon Vic 1876 Memorial 110/290

No 1

PYKE, Richard bricklayer Adelaide 1839 Application 5749

PYKE, Richard bricklayer Adelaide (King William St) 1846 Memorial 96/7

PYLE, Edward farmer Yorke Peninsula Hundred of Melville land grant 1873 Grant Book 19 Page 63 County Fergusson

No 1 – perhaps the same person

PYLE, William farmer Yorke Peninsula Hundred of Melville land grant 1874 Grant Book 19 Page 68 County Fergusson

PYLE, William stockholder Kensington 1877 Application 16068

PYM, David butcher Woodville and Joanna Pym his wife 1881 Memorial 161/334

PYM, George labourer Tungkillo linked with John Pym stone mason near Mt Barker 1864 Memorial 27/199

No 1

PYM, John stone mason Byethorne Nairne Jul 1852[-1856] Memorial 477/41

PYM, John stone mason residing near Mt Barker 1857[-1862] Memorial 344/124

PYM, John farmer Hundred of Tungkillo 1864 Memorial 137/196

No 1

PYM, Samuel farmer Harrogate Hundred of Mobilong land grant 1889 Grant Book 58 Page 373 County Sturt

No 1

PYM, Samuel farmer Balaklava 1901 Memorial 200/444

PYM, Sarah Elizabeth Allotment 508 Old Port Rd, Queenstown 1929 Application 27766

No 1 - perhaps mixture of the Elder and the Younger

PYM, William the Younger Esquire Adelaide 1851 Memorial 349/30

PYM, William farmer Harrogate 1882 Memorial 146/337

PYM, William farmer near Caloote 1890 Memorial 162/406

PYM, William farmer Cournamont 1891 Memorial 178/409

PYMAN, Albert Edward of Wandearah West 1890 Memorial 183/402

No 1

PYMAN, Eunice widow Hundred of Bremer linked with Henry Pyman farmer Hundred of Bremer 1860 Memorial 278/161

PYMAN, Eunice widow Hundred of Bremer near Strathalbyn 1860 Memorials 233 & 234/168

No 1

PYMAN, Henry farmer Adelaide 1852[-1853] Hundred of Bremer land grant Memorial 322/52 Farmer The Bremer 1854 Memorial 67/76

PYMAN, Henry farmer formerly of Adelaide but now of the Hundred of Bremer 1858 Memorial 345/143

PYMAN, Henry licensed victualler Angas Plains 1859 Memorial 170/155

PYMAN, Henry publican Belvidere Hotel 1859 Memorial 283/155

PYMAN, Henry clerk North Kapunda 1862 Memorial 75/184

PYMAN, Henry yeoman Kapunda 1864 Memorial 316/194

PYMAN, Henry schoolmaster Kapunda 1873 Application 12623

PYMAN, Walter John storekeeper Hawker 1897[-1903] Memorial 89/433

PYNE, David butcher Woodville and Joanna Pyne his wife 1883 Application 19834

No 1

PYNE, John wheelwright Pt Adelaide 1849 Memorial 48/20

PYNE, John wheelwright Pt Elliot 1853[-1860] Memorial 50/52

PYNE, WE articled clerk to Louis VON DOUSSA solicitor Mt Barker 1913 Memorial 161/468

PYRIE, John wheelwright Pt Elliot 1857 Memorial 264/123