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The following information was extracted basically 'as is' from Reg's unpublished computer working files as at c2014.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

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Fo* - Fy*

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Har* - Hel*

Hem* - Hof*

Hog* - Hy*

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Ma* - Maz*

McA* - McW*

Me* - Mom*

Mon* - My*

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Rob* - Rz*

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Ta* to Thr*

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Weg* - Will*

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

Names Beginning 'Ra*' to 'Roa*'

RABALEY, Michael farmer Mt Gambier 1888 Memorial 234/391

No 1 - perhaps the same person

RABBICH, HE butcher Aberdeen 1881 Memorial 239/332

RABBICH, Henry Edwin miner Boulder City WA., Hundred of Baldina land grant 1899 Grant Book 9 Page 13 County Burra

RABBICH, JH storekeeper Mintaro 1865 Memorial 259/204

RABBICH, Henry T agent Petersburg 1884 Memorial 17/362

No 1 - perhaps the Elder

RABBICH, William Adrian blacksmith Reedbeds 1853 Memorial 54/58

RABBICH, William Adrian [formerly blacksmith Reedbeds but now] goldminer Castlemaine Vic 1864 Memorial 93/196

No 2 - likely to be a continuation of No 1

RABBICH, WA director Black Hills Proprietary Silver Mining Co Ltd 1888 Memorial 81/392

No 3 - likely to be the same person; perhaps the Younger

RABBICH, William butcher Kooringa 1878 Memorial 217/312

RABBICH, William Adrian butcher Aberdeen 1898 Application 23676.

RABBICH, William Adrian butcher Aberdeen near Kooringa. Hundred of Baldina land grant 1899 Grant Book 9 Page 13 County Burra

RABBICH, William Adrian butcher Aberdeen near Kooringa 1903 Memorial 148/450

No 1

RABBICH, William Thomas labourer Kooringa 1878 Memorial 217/312

RABBICH, William Thomas contractor Kooringa 1880 Application 18207

RABBICH, William Thomas sheep farmer Kooringa. Kooringa Primitive Methodist Chapel trustee 1886 Memorial 5/383

RABBICH, William Thomas storekeeper Boulder City WA. Hundred of Baldina land grant 1899 Grant Book 9 Page 13 County Burra

No 1

RABBIT, Daniel railway ganger Lucindale Lucindale (Hundred of Joyce) township allotment land grant 1877 Grant Book 50 Page 132a County Robe

RABBIT, Daniel labourer Lucindale Lucindale (Hundred of Joyce) township allotment land grant 1879 Grant Book 50 Page 133 County Robe

RABBITT, Daniel railway ganger Lucindale Hundred of Joyce land grant 1885[-1897] Grant Book 51 Page 10 County Robe

No 1

RABBITTS, William labourer Unley 1848 Memorial 40/12

RABBITTS, William farmer Unley 1848 Memorial 62/12

RABBITTS, William farmer Gilles Plains 1853 Memorial 467/54

RABBITTS, William farmer Sandy Water Holes near Mt Barker and Maria Rabbitts his wife formerly the Widow Maria LUGG 1854 Memorial 229/66

RABBITTS, William farmer near Hahndorf 1861 Application 2462.

RABBITTS, William farmer near Nairne 1862. He could not write Application 2969.

No 1 - perhaps the same person

RABONE, Henry miller Penola 1874 Application 13317

RABONE, Harry farmer Naracoorte Co Robe. Hundred of Tatiara land grant 1888 Grant Book 7 Page 16 County Buckingham

RABONE, Thomas labourer Norwood 1854[-1858] Memorial 449/66

RABONE, William of Bowden 1859[-1862] Memorial 316/148

RACK, Joseph Bible Christian Minister Pt Elliot 1858 Memorial 24/133

RACKETT, WH chimney sweep Torrens Square, Glenelg 1919 Application 26754

RACKHAM, Arthur Wilby labourer Burra 1943 Memorial 15/517

RACKHAM, Frederick butcher Robe 1858[-1861] Memorial 4/148

RACKUS, Jonas storekeeper formerly of 15 Kinntore St, Mile End now of South Tce, Thebarton, and Leokadia Rackus his wife 1956 Application 29215

RADBONE, Charles Albert tramway employee Colonel Light Gardens 1928 Memorial 25/499

No 1

RADBONE, Thomas miner Callington 1865 Memorial 115/204

RADBONE, Thomas storekeeper Callington 1886 Memorial 186/378

No 1 - perhaps the same person

RADCLIFFE, Ernest warehouseman Adelaide 1884 Memorial 229/362

RADCLIFFE, Mr Manager for WH BURFORD & Sons Ltd soap manufacturers Sturt St, Adelaide, and Hindmarsh 1900 Application 24114

RADCLIFFE, Harriet widow Beaumont 1855 Memorial 297/93

No 1

RADDAN, Patrick labourer Onkaparinga 1851 Memorial 103/30

RADDAN, Patrick labourer Onkaparinga River 1854 Memorial 427/66

RADDATZ, Albert labourer Daveyston 1885 Application 20527

RADESTOCK, Otto hotelkeeper Eudunda 1882 Memorial 12/342

No 1

RADFORD, Charles and Thomas builders Angaston 1854 Memorial 252/71

RADFORD, Charles and Thomas storekeepers Angaston trading under the style or firm of Radford Brothers 1856 Memorial 395/100

RADFORD, Charles and David masons and farmers Angaston 1875 Memorial 210/285

No 1

RADFORD, Daniel gardener Kensington 1863 Memorial 73/192

RADFORD, Daniel gardener Bishop's Place, Kensington, died 28/3/1872. He left his estate to his widow, Ann Radford Bishop's Place, Kensington. She died 14/9/1890. Her £5 estate willed to Mary ROGERS of South Tce, Adelaide, widow of William ROGERS contractor South Tce, Adelaide deceased Application 25190.

No 2

RADFORD, Daniel farmer Noarlunga 1881 Memorial 73/334

No 1 - perhaps the same person

RADFORD, David and John storekeepers Angaston 1855[-1862] Memorial 116/94

RADFORD, David farmer Cornbrook near Angaston 1876 Application 14950.

RADFORD, David farmer Kanyaka Hundred of Kanyaka land grant 1885 Grant Book 49 Page 71 County Newcastle

RADFORD, David sheep farmer Hundred of Gordon 1887 Memorial 189/381

RADFORD, David grazier Burra and Jane Radford his wife 1906 Memorial 154/454

RADFORD, Jane widow Redruth near Kooringa, died 2/1/1925. Mother of David Hubert Radford, Maurice Arnold Radford and Frank Wallace Clare Radford sheepfarmers Redruth; also Jessie Maria BOWMAN and George Llewellyn Radford both no description. Step-mother of Samuel Osborne Radford schoolteacher Equabein Natal, South Africa Memorial 128/492

RADFORD, David Hubert, RADFORD, Maurice Arnold and RADFORD Frank Wallace Clare sheep farmers Redruth 1925. Their mother, Jane Radford widow Aberdeen, died 2/1/1925. She transferred all her interest in Glenora Station east of Burra and freehold allotments in Redruth to her sons Application 27403.

No 1

RADFORD, Edwin farmer Angaston 1856 Memorial 171/111

RADFORD, Edwin farmer North Rhine 1864 Memorial 18/195

RADFORD, Edwin farmer formerly of Angaston but now of North Rhine 1872 Memorial 176/259

RADFORD, Edwin farmer Eden Valley 1875 Application 13971.

RADFORD, Emily spinster Richmond. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1908 Grant Book 2 Page 17 County Adelaide

No 1

RADFORD, Frederick farmer Warrow Hundred of Warrow land grant 1879 Grant Book 21 Page 155 County Flinders

RADFORD, Frederick farmer Hundred of Warrow trustee unnamed cemetery Hundred of Warrow land grant 1882 Grant Book 21 Page 156 County Flinders

RADFORD, Frederick farmer Coulta Hundred of Warrow land grant 1885 Grant Book 21 Page 156 County Flinders

RADFORD, Frederick farmer Coulta 1890 Memorial 5/403

RADFORD, Frederick John constable Innamincka Out of Hundreds. Hopetoun (later Innamincka Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1890 Grant Book 65 Page 205 County Not named

No 1

RADFORD, George labourer Goodwood Road 1854 Memorial 239/77

RADFORD, George labourer McLaren Vale 1854 Memorial 396/69

RADFORD, George storekeeper Hackham 1858 Memorial 104/137

No 2

RADFORD, George farmer Waterhole Creek Hundred of Kanmantoo 1859 Memorial 300/161

RADFORD, George farmer Big Waterhole Creek Nairne 1863 Application 4031.

No 3

RADFORD, George and BARRETT, Elijah of Encounter Bay 1860. They could not write Application 1966.

No 1

RADFORD, Hermon stonemason Angaston 1851 Memorial 422/32

RADFORD, Hermon farmer Angaston 1859[-1882] Memorial 59/159

RADFORD, Hermon fruitgrower Angaston, died 17/4/1898 Memorial 23/461

RADFORD, H Paul and VOGT, MD clerks to Messrs EJ TUCKER & Sons solicitors Strathalbyn 1947 Application 28627.

No 1 - possibly the same person

RADFORD, John builder Angaston 1855[-1857] Memorial 405/82

RADFORD, John and David storekeepers Angaston 1872 Application 12044.

RADFORD, John farmer Clare Hundred of Kanyaka land grant 1883 Grant Book 49 Page 70 County Newcastle

No 1 - probably the same person

RADFORD, K company clerk Elder's Trustee Adelaide 1925 Memorial 13/494

RADFORD, KE company clerk Adelaide 1927 Memorial 127/501

RADFORD, LH farm hand Hackham 1941 Memorial 140/516

RADFORD, MF JP pastoralist Aberdeen near Kooringa 1928 Memorial 129/500

RADFORD, perhaps Randolph a jockey, bought lots 1-3 in Hindmarsh c1840, and gave the deeds to Mrs Isaac REEVES nee Edna ? as a present. Mr Radford died in a racing accident at Kapunda. Mrs Reeves lost the deeds, but kept the land Application 20466.

No 1 - reputed to be the same person

RADFORD, Robert of Kapunda 1857 Memorial 229/131

RADFORD, Robert farmer Narracoorte 1933 RPA Search 1104

RADFORD, Robert Avis licensed victualler Adelaide 1853[-1854] Memorial 85/58

RADFORD, Ross labourer McLaren Vale 1939 Application 28197

No 1

RADFORD, Samuel farmer Noarlunga 1864 Memorial 306/197

RADFORD, Samuel farmer Pedler Creek near Noarlunga 1871 Memorial 94/252

RADFORD, Samuel farmer near Noarlunga 1892[-1897] Memorial 221/414, Application 23380

RADFORD, Samuel storekeeper and butcher Noarlunga 1895 Application 23048.

RADFORD, Samuel formerly farmer but now storekeeper Noarlunga 1910 Memorial 98/463

No 1 - probably the same person

RADFORD, Thomas storekeeper Angaston 1859 Memorial 297/155

RADFORD, Thomas of no address, about to leave the province for some time, power of attorney to his wife, Maria Radford, to manage his SA business affairs 3/6/1873. Deposit 152/1873

No 1

RADFORD, William shoemaker Adelaide 1858 Memorial 117/147

RADFORD, William shoemaker Bridgewater 1865[-1879] Memorial 121/205

RADFORD, William bootmaker Stirling East 1884. Authorised to use the seal of the Stirling East Bible Christian Church Application 20371.

RADFORD, William shoemaker formerly of Cox Creek but now of Stirling 1906 Memorial 17/456

No 2

RADFORD, William blacksmith Blinman. Blinman North (Hundred of Carr) township allotment land grant 1868 Grant Book 66 Page 164a County Taunton

No 1

RADKE, Andreas and Johann Christoph farmers Schönborn 1862 Memorial 196/183

RADKE, Andreas farmer Schoenborn 1862 Memorial 272/185

RADKE, Gustav labourer Hundred of English 1897 Grant Book 17 Page 175 County Eyre

RADLEY, Samuel farmer near Narracoorte 1885 Memorial 46/367

RADLOFF, Hermann Alexander labourer Bute. Bute (Hundred of Wiltunga) township allotment land grant 1905 Grant Book 14 Page 399 County Daly

No 1

RADLOFF, Joachim Heinrich farmer near Tanunda 1862 Memorial 212/181

RADLOFF, Joachim Heinrich farmer near Tanunda Hundred of English land grant 1882 Grant Book 17 Page 170 County Eyre

No 1

RADY, Samuel Tamblyn yeoman Portland Estate 1873 Memorial 9/265

RADY, Samuel Tamblyn formerly yeoman now clerk Portland Estate 1873 Application 12902.

RADY, Samuel Tamblyn labourer Portland Estate 1875 Memorial 114/280

RAE, Charlotte Ann widow Adelaide 1853[-1881] Memorial 267/50

No 1

RAE, James Esquire Melbourne Vic 1852 Memorial 361/45

RAE, James merchant Melbourne Vic, power of attorney to George HALL Esquire Pt Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 12/2/1856 Deposit 131/1856

RAE, James Esquire formerly of Melbourne Vic but now of parts beyond the seas 1856 Memorial 22/101

RAE, John formerly RC priest at Gawler, but now in the Adelaide Lunatic Asylum. His friend the Rev’d Thomas Russell RC priest West Tce, Adelaide to administer his estate, worth £200, ‘that the amount or value of the said petitioner’s property should be made available for his maintenance in a direct and inexpensive manner and that the same can be safely and properly done … And it is ordered that the said petitioner John Rae’s aftersaid real and personal estate which is situate in the said province of SA be sold and a valid conveyance or transfer thereof be executed or made by the said Patrick Thomas Russell’ Supreme Court in Lunacy Judgement 3/2/1865 Rae owned allotments at Kapunda Application 7516.

RAE, Mary Susan of Mutooroo West 1889 Memorial 99/397

RAE, Thomas gentleman Cockburn Out of Hundreds. Cockburn (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1890 Grant Book 65 Page 171 County Not named

No 1

RAEBEL/RABEL/RÄBEL, Carl Eduard gardener Norwood 1859 Memorial 134/156

RAEBEL/RABEL/RÄBEL, Friedericke Wilhelmine Bertha widow Norwood 1866 Application 7596.

RAEBEL/RABEL/RÄBEL, Friederike Wilhelmine Bertha no description linked with the late Eduard Raebel no description 1862 Memorial 213/185

No 1

RAECK, August Albert cooper Adelaide 1905 Grant Book 12 Page 71 County Chandos

RAECK, August Albert cooper Unley. Tintinara (Hundred of Coombe) township allotment land grant 1907 Grant Book 10 Page 101 County Cardwell Out of business Unley Co Adelaide. Parrakie (Hundred of Price) township allotment land grant 1908 Grant Book 6 Page 101 County Buccleuch

RAECK, August Albert out of business Unley trustee Pinnaroo Institute 1908 Grant Book 12 Page 76 County Chandos

RAECK, Benno Albert storekeeper Pinnaroo. Hundred of Pinnaroo land grant 1908 Grant Book 12 Page 44 County Chandos

RAESCHKE/RASCHKE/RÄSCHKE, Friedrich Wilhelm farmer Light Pass 1850[-1854] Memorial 244/27

RAETHEL, Johann Gottlob farmer Angas Park 1852[-1853] Memorial 341/40

RAETHEL, Wilhelm farmer Light Pass 1899 Memorial 239/438

RAFFEN, James carpenter Kapunda 1863[-1864] Memorial 226/191

No 1

RAFTERY, James coachman Woodville 1863 Memorial 327/188

RAFTERY, James stationman Mt Pleasant [near Pt Adelaide?] 1869 Memorial 195/240

RAFFELT, Anton cabinetmaker Goodwood South. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1907 Grant Book 2 Page 16 County Adelaide

RAFTERY, William groom Brighton 1863 Application 4757

RAGGATT, Francis farmer Navan Hundred of Willochra land grant 1882 Grant Book 24 Page 546 County Frome

RAGGATT, Hannah Ada spinster Strathalbyn 1914 Application 26383

RAGGATT, John James butcher Strathalbyn 1893[-1897] Memorial 95/418

RAGGATT, JL clerk Strathalbyn 1917[-1928] Memorial 73/476

RAGLESS, Alfred of Mud Hut 1860 Memorial 131/162

No 1

RAGLESS, Benjamin, George and Joseph sheep farmers Nana near Mt Arden 1857 Memorial 263/115

RAGLESS, Benjamin sheepfarmer Mud Hut Willochra Creek Hundred of Davenport land grant 1859 Grant Book 23 Page 42 County Frome

RAGLESS, Benjamin, George and Joseph Francis stockholder Mt Arden 1860 Memorial 131/162

RAGLESS, Benjamin and George stockholders Mud Hut near Willochra Creek near Mt Arden 1872 Memorial 180/263

RAGLESS, Benjamin stockowner Willochra Creek and RAGLESS, George gentleman Battersea Park near Edwardstown 1876 Application 14849

RAGLESS, Benjamin sheep farmer Salter Springs 1889 Memorial 18/398

RAGLESS, Benjamin Edward and George Charles Ragless farmers and graziers Yalpara 1899 Memorial 172/448

RAGLESS, Charlotte widow Gawler River 1853 Relict of the late Thomas Ragless farmer Gawler Rive Memorial 293/58

RAGLESS, George sheepfarmer Mud Hut Willochra Creek Hundred of Davenport land grant 1859 Grant Book 23 Page 42 County Frome

RAGLESS, George Charles grazier and farmer Yalpara 1884 Memorial 139/355

No 1

RAGLESS, John the Younger and Richard millers Gepp Cross 1857 Memorial 195/115

RAGLESS, John the Younger and Richard millers Montague Farm Dry Creek 1863 Memorial 254/191

RAGLESS, John the Younger sheep farmer Witchelina 1878 Memorial 96/311

RAGLESS, John gentleman Enfield, linked with William John Ragless sheep farmer Witchelina, Richard Wilson Ragless sheep farmer Enfield, Benjamin Edward Ragless sheep farmer Yalpara, George Charles sheep farmer Witchelina, Thomas James Ragless and Frederick Brandis Ragless sheep farmers Callabunna and Hurtle Hewitt Ragless and Henry Louis Ragless sheep farmers Witchelina. SA Ragless spinster Enfield also mentioned 1892 Memorial 105/414

No 1

RAGLESS, Joseph Francis cattle and sheep farmer Mt Arden 1852[-1856] Memorial 267/46

RAGLESS, Joseph Francis sheepfarmer Mud Hut Willochra Creek Hundred of Davenport land grant 1859 Grant Book 23 Page 42 County Frome

RAGLESS, Joseph Francis stockholder Mud Hut 1863 Memorial 107/187

RAGLESS, Joseph Francis distiller South Road became a bankrupt in 1866 Memorial 233/208

RAGLESS, Joseph Francis farmer Monte Collina (perhaps near Strezelecki Creek District C) 1881 Memorial 214/331

No 1

RAGLESS, Mary Penfold spinster Mt Lofty Station 1892 Memorial 109/415

RAGLESS, Mary Penfold spinster Mt Lofty 1894 Application 22728

RAGLESS, Mary Penfold spinster Olive St, Prospect 1897 Application 23325

No 1

RAGLESS, Richard station manager Callabunna Station 1884 Memorial 101/356

RAGLESS, Richard farmer Edwardstown 1892 Application 22208

RAGLESS, Thomas Benjamin formerly builder Gilberton but now out of business Bridgewater and Ada Ragless his wife 1918 Memorial 82/477

RAGLESS, William farmer Gawler River 1853 Memorial 293/58

RAGLESS, William John flat proprietor 34 Nile St, Glenelg 1947 Memorial 52/521

RAHALEY, Michael farmer Mt Gambier 1876[-1898] Memorial 179/291, Application 23711

RAHN, John farmer Houghton 1850 Memorial 480/20

RAINBIRD, Robert farmer the Gilbert River near Hamilton on the Light 1861 Memorial 280/177

No 1

RAINBOW, John farmer North Adelaide 1853[-1854] Memorial 179/65

RAINBOW, John carrier Port Road 1854 Memorial 286/75

No 1

RAINE, Thomas labourer Pt Adelaide 1851 Memorial 291/29

RAINE, Thomas carrier Pt Adelaide 1856[-1857] Memorial 200/96

No 1

RAIN/RAINE, William Edward gentleman Adelaide 1887 Memorials 77 & 242/386

RAINE, William Edward merchant Adelaide 1900 Memorial 137/441

RAINER, George carpenter Adelaide 1842 Memorial 222/2

RAINEY, George mason Glen Osmond and Mary Rainey his wife 1894 Memorial 221/442, Application 22735

RAINEY, Phineas merchant Mt Gambier 1870 Memorial 85/248

RAINEY, Wilhelmina wife of Sydney Rainey formerly of Waikerie now of Crombie St, Brighton formerly Wilhelmina Mina MACDONALD, a niece of Mary Anne BERMINGHAM widow Robe. The Raineys married at Waikerie on 11/10/1922 Application 28463.

No 1

RAINS, John farmer Dry Creek 1876[-1880] Memorial 34/295

RAINS, Ann Willesee widow Dry Creek 1886[-1894] Memorial 6/378, Application 22672

No 1

RAINS, William farmer Yatala. Hundred of Pt Adelaide land grant 1854 Grant Book 1 Page 218 County Adelaide

RAINS, William farmer Dry Creek 1859 Application 226.

No 1 - uncertain division; the Elder and the Younger? Reconciliation of baker and butcher.

RAINS, William baker Adelaide 1848 Memorial 71/11

RAINS, William baker Alberton 1852 Memorial 487/41

RAINS, William farmer Hundred of Yatala 1854 Memorial 452/75

No 2 - uncertain division; the Elder and the Younger?

Reconciliation of baker and butcher.

RAINS, William butcher Dry Creek 1851 Memorial 481/28

RAINS, William licensed victualler Dry Creek 1853[-1857] Memorial 249/54

RAINS, William farmer Para Plains [poetic licence? - the same person who was all the time at Dry Creek] 1853 Memorial 122/52

RAINS, William farmer and licensed victualler Dry Creek 1857 Memorial 56/365

RAINS, William farmer Dry Creek 1858[-1880] Memorial 63/149

RAINS, William Henry farmer Dry Creek 1876 Memorial 123/292

No 1

RAINSFORD, Clement Ferdinand Vaux no description and Clara Mary Rainsford his wife 1890 Memorial 178/402

RAINSFORD, Clement Ferdinand Vaux warehouse salesman Adelaide 1895 Memorial 73/425

No 1

RAINSFORD, Edgar Clement warehouseman Adelaide 1913 Memorial 141/469

RAINSFORD, Edgar Clement out of business King's Park 1931 Memorial 14/505

RAINSFORD, Edgar Clement formerly out of business 44 Ningana Ave, King's Park but now farmer Coromandel Valley 1957 Memorials 136-138/531

RAINSFORD, Frederick no description, died 2/5/1894. Father of Mary Ann CHAMBERS widow Cobham near Morphettville and Anne MCEACHERN wife of Neil St Andrews McEachern gentleman Brooklyn Park near Adelaide 1894 Memorial 39/422

No 1

RAINSFORD, Frederick William draper Clare Hundred of Booleroo land grant 1882 Grant Book 24 Page 625 County Frome

RAINSFORD, Frederick William draper Parkside 1895 Memorial 73/425

No 1

RAINSFORD, Joseph baker Adelaide (Currie St) 1845 Memorial 43/5

RAINSFORD, Joseph grocer Adelaide 1846[-1847] Memorial 490/6

RAINSFORD, Joseph storekeeper Adelaide (Currie St) 1847 Memorial 54/9

RAINSFORD, Joseph gentleman Adelaide 1854 Memorial 333/75

RAINSFORD, Joseph storekeeper Adelaide 1859 Memorial 173/148

AISON, John labourer Mt Barker 1863[-1872] Application 4596

RAISON, Keith Henry clerk Littlehampton 1933 Memorial 157/506

No 1

RAKE, Charles farmer Hampstead near Walkerville 1852 Memorial 403/44

RAKE, Charles farmer Hampstead linked with Emma Rake spinster Hampstead 1856 Memorials 309 & 310/115

RAKE, Charles farmer Olive Farm Hampstead, died 12/4/1907. Estate worth £4,826. Executor; Thomas Rake farmer Hampstead Memorial 68/458

RAKE, Charles farmer Olive Farm Hampstead, died 12/4/1907. He left legacies to his daughters, Alice Cole, wife of James Alfred Cole of Kadina, and Elizabeth RAGLESS wife of Thomas Ragless of Callanna and his granddaughter, Adalien Mabel Ragless spinster Callanna via Hergott Application 26415

No 1

RAKE, Emma spinster Hampstead 1855 Memorial 131/87

RAKE, Emma spinster Hampstead married a Mr PARSONS. She died c1897. Probably members of her family - Charles, George and Joseph Parsons farmers Curramulka Memorial 65/435

No 1

RAKE, Thomas farmer Hampstead, and Sarah Rake his wife 1851 Memorial 453/29

RAKE, Thomas farmer Hampstead 1852[-1859] Memorial 88/46

RAKE, Thomas farmer Hampstead 1860 Application 1898

RAKE, Thomas farmer Hampstead 1914 Memorial 193/470

No 1

RALLI, Stephen the Younger Esquire Adelaide 1886 Memorial 115/376, Application 20920

RALLI, Stephen sheep farmer Werocata near Balaklava 1906, declared that he bought the Werocata Estate from Charles William Bowman in May 1886 Application 25173

RALLI, Stephen Stephen pastoralist Monara Walkerville 1909 Memorial 67/461

RALPH, Alfred John out of business Penryn 1925, declared that he had lived in the district since 1876 Application 27526

No 1 - perhaps the same person

RALPH, Alfred William baker Hindmarsh 1882 Memorial 116/337

RALPH, Alfred William land and general commission agent Henley Beach, died 10/12/1914. Husband of Martha Ralph. Father of Hurtle Wickham John Ralph licensed land broker Henley Beach. Perhaps other children in this family. Estate worth £3,775 Memorial 163/534

RALPH, Arthur Hazel Howard station master 1 Grant Ave, Rose Park 1952 Memorial 146/527

RALPH, Benjamin of Adelaide 1883 Memorial 164/360

RALPH, George AM town clerk Woodville 1941 Memorial 141/515

No 1

RALPH, Grove blacksmith Adelaide 1855 Memorial 91/259

RALPH, Grove Price blacksmith Kapunda 1880[-1891] Memorial 124/321, Application 22090

RALPH, Grove Price out of business formerly of Kapunda but then of Gawler, died 17/12/1909. His estate worth £240. His money and stocks and shares to Louisa ARMSTRONG married woman Auckland New Zealand (no indication of what relationship). The rest of his estate to be divided equally amongst the following people - daughter Sarah Ann MENHENNETT wife of John Menhennett, daughter Harriet CLARK, son Henry John Ralph, daughter - Eliza Jane HAZEL, son James Price Ralph, daughter Rosina Grist GROSSETT married woman Prospect, daughter-in-law Agnes Maude Mary Ralph and adopted son Bertie Thomas Ralph 1924 Application 27249

RALPH, Grove Price out of business formerly of Kapunda but then of Gawler, died 17/12/1909 Kapunda. Father of Sarah Ann MENHENNETT wife of John Menhennet miner Kapunda, Harriet CLARK, Henry John Ralph, Eliza Jane HAZEL, James Price Ralph, and Rosina Grist GROSSERT nee Ralph married woman Prospect. Father-in-law of Agnes Maude Mary Ralph. Adopted son called Bertie Thomas Ralph. Estate worth £230 Memorial 117/492

RALPH, James farmer Armagh near Clare 1868[-1891] Memorial 189/232

No 1

RALPH, James Price railway employee Hallett 1914 Application 26333

RALPH, James Price formerly railway employee Hallett but now retired railway employee 10 McKenna St, Kensington 1951, son in law and surviving executor of William HAZEL farmer Hawker Creek near Kapunda, who died 28/12/1898 Application 28817

No 1

RALPH, James Thomas and Wickham George Ralph tobacco manufacturers Adelaide in partnership with John DUNGEY tobacco manufacturer Adelaide (Hindley St - pt TA 78 with cellar). The partnership traded under the style or firm of Dungey Ralph & Co Ltd 1878[-1884] Memorials 156/306, 61/362

RALPH, James Thomas tobacconist Adelaide 1879 Memorial 154/318

RALPH, James Thomas tobacco manufacturers Adelaide 1887 Memorial 31/385

RALPH, James Thomas of Hurtle Square, Adelaide 1889 Memorial 178/395

RALPH, James Thomas SA Company Secretary Mitcham, with office in Hurtle Square, Adelaide 1895 Application 23044

RALPH, Jeremiah John labourer Twickenham and Susannah Ralph his wife nee HOLMAN daughter of the late John Holman farmer Twickenham 1873 Application 12836

RALPH, Jessie Blanche widow Stanley St, Woodville 1943 Application 28367

RALPH, Morris publican Marion on the Sturt linked with Wickham George Ralph commercial traveller of the same address 1875 Memorial 174/281

RALPH, Susan widow New Thebarton 1887 Memorial 110/386

No 1

RALPH, William farmer Clare 1854[-1856] Memorial 15/75

RALPH, William farmer Rose Werlie 1859 Application 24870

RALPH, William farmer Rose Wurley near Clare 1860[-1865] Memorial 238/167

No 2

RALPH, William farmer Roseworthy 1859 Memorial 333/158

No 3

RALPH, William agent Adelaide in partnership with Joseph BLUNT skittle saloon proprietor Adelaide to manage the White Hart Skittle Saloon, Peel St, Adelaide 1883 Memorial 97/348

No 1 - perhaps the same person

RALPH, William James miner Moonta Mines 1874 Memorial 185/272

RALPH, William James gentleman Adelaide 1912[-1913] Memorial 125/469

RALPH, WJ mining investor Millswood 1918 Application 26693

RALSTON, David gentleman Penola Penola North (later Penola Hundred of Penola) township allotment land grant 1868 Grant Book 31 Page 140 County Grey

RALSTON, Janet Marion spinster Penola Hundred of Penola land grant 1886 Grant Book 31 Page 101 County Grey

No 1

RALSTON, Robert Haywood stockholder Roseneath near Casterton Vic Hundred of Penola land grant 1865[-1869] Grant Book 31 Page 99 County Grey

RALSTON, Robert Haywood farmer Penola 1876 Memorial 73/293

RALSTON, Robert Haywood sheepfarmer Penola Hundred of Penola land grant 1877 Grant Book 31 Page 106 County Grey

RALSTON, Robert Haywood sheep farmer Penola 1883 Memorial 144/350

RALSTON, Robert Haywood grazier Penola Hundred of Penola land grant 1886 Grant Book 31 Page 102 County Grey

RALSTON, RH JP farmer Penola 1888 Memorial 212/392

RALSTON, Robert Haywood sheep farmer Penola 1893 Application 22546

RALSTON, William labourer near Gawler 1858 Memorial 54/143

RAMBIRD, Robert farmer Gilbert River near Hamilton on the Light 1861 Memorial 280/177

RAMM, Carl August farmer Mannum 1897[-1900] Memorial 61/431

RAMM, Ernst mariner Pt Adelaide 1876 Application 15083

No 1

RAMM, Gotthard Paul farmer Lobethal 1892 Application 22406

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

RAMM, Johann Daniel farmer Lobethal 1853 Memorial 428/57

RAMM, Johannes farmer Lobethal Co Adelaide. Hundred of Finniss land grant 1884 Grant Book 58 Page 41 County Sturt

RAMPENDAHL, Heinrich cabinetmaker Adelaide (Gilbert St) 1850[-1851] Memorial 44/22

RAMSAY, Alice Sophie secretary Adelaide 1924 Memorial 187/491

No 1

RAMSAY, Allen Robert miner Kadina. Hundred of Ninnes land grant 1882 Grant Book 14 Page 293 County Daly

RAMSAY, Allan Robert farmer Ninnes 1884 Memorial 122/362

RAMSAY, Charles Thomas of Greens Plains West 1893 Memorial 171/416

No 1

RAMSAY, David farmer Caltowie 1891 Memorial 34/410

RAMSAY, David farmer Eurilpa 1897 Memorial 137/431

RAMSAY, Frederick Abraham storekeeper Paradise 1917 Memorial 8/476

RAMSAY, George farmer Willamulka 1891 Memorial 118/409

RAMSAY, Henry assistant storekeeper Marden 1870 Memorial 95/249

No 1

RAMSAY, Henry Stevens farmer Kadina. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1888 Grant Book 14 Page 246 County Daly

RAMSAY, Henry Stevens farmer Kadina, had died by 1904. Executrix – Susan Ramsay widow Willamulka Grant Book 14 Page 251 County Daly

No 1

RAMSAY, James farmer Hundred of Yongala. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1879[-1882] Grant Book 13 Page 193 County Dalhousie

No 2

RAMSAY, James labourer Solomontown near Pt Pirie 1912 Memorial 193/467

RAMSAY, James Garden gentleman Mt Barker, about to depart for some time for parts beyond the sea, power of attorney to Frederick Charles SMITH and John William RAMSAY machinists Mt Barker, to manage his SA business affairs 19/2/1878 Deposit 41/1878

No 1

RAMSAY, James George carpenter Le Fevre Peninsula 1867 Memorial 112/221

RAMSAY, James George carpenter and joiner Le Fevre Peninsula 1874 Memorial 48/278

RAMSAY, James George carpenter Glanville and Mary Ramsay his wife 1875 Memorial 195/282

RAMSAY, James George carpenter Glanville, about to depart for parts beyond the sea for some time, power of attorney to his wife, Mary Ramsay, to manage his SA business affairs 15/6/1875 Deposit 139/1875

No 1

RAMSAY, James Sutherland sheep farmer Mt Barker 1884 Memorial 153/356

RAMSAY, James Sutherland sheepfarmer formerly of Mt Barker but now of Wentworth NSW 1885 Memorial 121/364

RAMSAY, James Sutherland and John William Ramsay gentlemen Rose Park linked with Bertha Ellen Ramsay widow North Adelaide. [Probably family of the late JG Ramsay of Mt Barker] 1894 Memorial 72/420

RAMSAY, James Sutherland grazier Mt Barker, died 13/6/1896 a private hospital in Robe Ward North Adelaide, of lympho sarcoma of the mouth and septic broncho-pneumonia, aged 33 Application 25010

No 1

RAMSAY, John commercial traveller Adelaide 1864 Application 5157

No 2

RAMSAY, John carrier Aberdeen near Kooringa Co Burra. Hundred of Walloway land grant 1881 Grant Book 13 Page 223 County Dalhousie

No 1

RAMSAY, John William machinist Mt Barker 1876 Memorial 51/294

RAMSAY, John William gentleman Rose Park 1891 Memorial 247/411

RAMSAY, John William gentleman Hewitt Ave, Rose Park, died 5/2/1899, of cirrhosis of the liver and pneumonia, aged 41. He was named in the will of JG Ramsay of Eden Park Mt Barker. The Hon JG Ramsay had stipulated that his real estate (Sections 3002, 3004 and 2894 Hundred of Macclesfield) had to be held in trust and leased out with the interest paid in equal shares to the children of JG Ramsay (or grandchildren if the parent had died) for life until only one child was left. The real estate to go absolutely in remainder expectant to the one surviving child. This did not happen - the trustees, Frederick Charles SMITH machinist Mt Barker, Louis von DOUSSA solicitor Mt Barker, Bertha Ellen Ramsay widow formerly of Eden Park near Mt Barker now of parts beyond the sea, and Michael John SKIPPER law clerk Mt Barker, sold the property to the Salvation Army for £2,000 in 1905 Application 25015

No 1

RAMSAY, Joseph farmer Kadina. Hundred of Ninnes land grant 1882 Grant Book 14 Page 293 County Daly

RAMSAY, Joseph the Younger died 6/2/1889 intestate. His widow, Sarah Ramsay, still lived at Kadina by 1890 Memorial 174/407

No 1

RAMSAY, Robert of Flinders St, Adelaide c1853 Memorial 314/56

RAMSAY, Robert licensed victualler Adelaide (Pt TA 141 Napoleon Bonaparte Inn King William St) 1854 Memorial 462/62

RAMSAY, Robert formerly licensed victualler Adelaide (Napoleon Bonaparte Inn King William St), but now a bankrupt 1872 Memorial 92/258

No 1

RAMSAY, Samuel tinsmith Adelaide 1852[-1853] Memorial 243/44

RAMSAY, Samuel tinsmith Adelaide (Waymouth St), died c 1863. He left his entire estate to his wife, Margaret Ramsay nee THOMSON. [Was witness James Thomson brewer Balhannah a brother to Mrs Ramsay?] Memorial 124/192

RAMSAY, Margaret widow Marion 1863[-1865] Memorial 125/192

RAMSAY, Thomas wheelwright Strathalbyn 1865 Memorial 211/201

No 1

RAMSAY, William yeoman Kooringa 1849 Application 18071

RAMSAY, William labourer Redruth 1851 Memorial 249/38

No 2

RAMSAY, William carter Hope Valley 1882 Memorial 241/343

RAMSAY, William out of business Hope Valley, died c1922. Husband of Elizabeth Ramsay Memorial 163/486

RAMSAY, Elizabeth widow Wakefield St, Adelaide, relict of William Ramsay farmer Hope Valley, who died 23/8/1922. She inherited his £200 estate Application 27602

No 1

RAMSEY, Alfred William farmer Hundred of Ninnes. Hundred of Ninnes land grant 1911[-1916] Grant Book 14 Page 301 County Daly

RAMSEY, Alfred William farmer Ninnes Plains. Hundred of Ninnes land grant 1914 Grant Book 14 Page 302 County Daly

No 1

RAMSEY, Charles Thomas farmer Ninnes. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1903 Grant Book 14 Page 250 County Daly

RAMSEY, Charles Thomas farmer Willamulka. Hundred of Ninnes land grant 1904[-1906] Grant Book 14 Page 297 County Daly

No 1

RAMSEY, Allen Robert farmer Hundred of Ninnes 1887 Memorial 85/384

RAMSEY, Allen Robert farmer Paskeville 1897 Memorial 228/433

RAMSEY, Allen Robert farmer Cowell Cowell (Hundred of Playford) township allotment land grant 1898 Grant Book 39 Page 84 County Jervois

RAMSEY, Allen Robert storekeeper Cowell Cowell (Hundred of Playford) township allotment land grant 1900 Grant Book 39 Page 85 County Jervois

No 1

RAMSEY, Andrew farmer Utera Plain Co Jervois. Kimba (Hundred of Coombe) township allotment land grant 1916 Grant Book 9a Page 3 County Buxton

RAMSEY, Andrew farmer Kimba. Trustee Methodist Church Kimba 1916 Grant Book 9a Page 2 County Buxton

RAMSEY, Walter John farmer Kadina. Hundred of Ninnes land grant 1908[-1909] Grant Book 14 Page 299 County Daly

RAMSDEN, Alfred builder North Adelaide 1898 Memorial 125/436

RAMSDEN, Jessie spinster Wannon 1905 Memorial 157/454

No 1

RANCLAUD, Charles farmer Koonunga 1853[-1854] Enrolment 51/33

RANCLAUD, Charles & James farmers Koonunga 1857 Memorial 229/121

RANCLAUD, Charles formerly farmer Koonunga 1853 but now stockkeeper of near Kooringa 1869 Application 9896

RANDALL, Alexander Grote storeman Adelaide (Waymouth St) 1859 Memorial 139/153

RANDALL, Alfred labourer Pt Adelaide 1850 Memorial 149/28

No 1

RANDALL, David Esquire Rundle St, Adelaide 1847 Memorial 180/8

RANDALL, David Director Greenock Creek Mining Company 1847 Memorial 14/9

RANDALL, David formerly of Walkerville but now of Mt Crawford 1853 Memorial 15/50

RANDALL, David wine grower Adelaide 1872 Application 12092

RANDALL, David Kensington Congregational Chapel trustee died 1874 Application 23727

RANDALL, David Erskine Latham wine and spirit merchant Adelaide 1903 Memorial 11/457

No 1

RANDALL, Edward farmer Balhannah 1853[-1855] Memorial 320/79

RANDALL, Edward farmer formerly of Balhannah but now of Avoca Vic 1857 Memorial 86/125

No 1

RANDALL, Frank William baker Norwood Co Adelaide. Hundred of Bews land grant 1908 Grant Book 12 Page 3 County Chandos

RANDALL, Frank William farmer William Road Norwood Co Adelaide. Hundred of Cotton land grant 1910 Grant Book 12 Page 124 County Chandos

RANDALL, Frank William baker Parrakie. Hundred of Parilla land grant 1911 Grant Book 6 Page 102 County Buccleuch

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

RANDALL, Frederick shoemaker Lyndoch Valley 1854[-1877] Memorial 214/65

RANDALL, Frederick the Younger bootmaker Lyndoch Valley 1891 Memorial 63/408

RANDALL, Frederick the Younger bootmaker Lyndoch 1896 Application 23254

RANDALL, Frederick the Elder bootmaker Lyndoch, died c1909. His son, Frederick Randall the Younger bootmaker Lyndoch, was one of the executors of his will. Gerald Cowell Randall bootmaker Lyndoch 1910 probably another son Application 25855

RANDALL, Frederick John farmer William Road Norwood Co Adelaide. Hundred of Cotton land grant 1910 Grant Book 12 Page 124 County Chandos

No 1

RANDALL, George of the District of Kondoparinga 1856 Memorial 296/107

No 2

RANDALL, George farmer Mt Gambier Pt MacDonnell township allotment land grant 1860 Grant Book 29 Page 105 County Grey

RANDALL, George farmer near Mt Gambier 1861 Application 2579

RANDALL, George farmer Mt Gambier 1889 Memorial 230/399

No 3

RANDALL, George plate layer Kingston Rosetown (Hundred of Lacepede) township allotment land grant 1877 Grant Book 29 Page 218 County MacDonnell

No 1

RANDALL, J of Gilbert St, Adelaide 1844 Memorial 189/4

No 2

RANDALL, J clerk Adelaide 1909 Memorial 9/461

No 1

RANDALL, James gentleman Adelaide 1853 Memorial 500/53

RANDALL, James cabinetmaker Adelaide 1857 Memorial 204/119

RANDALL, James gentleman Adelaide 1860[-1871] Memorial 309/167

RANDALL, James formerly cabinetmaker but then draper Adelaide 1867 Application 8101

No 1 - perhaps the same person

RANDALL, John no description in SA by 1842 Memorial 60/350

RANDALL, John farmer Adelaide 1846 Memorial 363/7

No 2 - likely to be the same person

RANDELL, John blacksmith Enfield 1854[-1856] Memorial 50/75

RANDALL, John licensed victualler Inglewood Inn near Houghton 1859[-1861] Memorial 301/154

RANDALL, John licensed victualler Adelaide (John Bull Inn, Currie St) 1862. Assigned lease purchase at £2/10/- a week Memorial 305/185

RANDALL, John licensed victualler Adelaide ( Pt TA 137 John Bull Currie St) and Margaret Randall his wife 1870 Memorial 165/247

No 3

RANDALL, John shoemaker Adelaide (Tatham St) 1877 Application 25687

No 1

RANDALL, Roy S garage proprietor Kingston S-E linked with Samuel Randall railway ganger Kingston S-E 1936 Memorial 491/510

RANDALL, Roy garage proprietor Kingston S-E linked with Samuel Randall formerly railway ganger but now out of business Kingston S-E 1937 Memorial 99/511

RANDALL, Roy Samuel clerk Kingston S-E 1946 Application 28471

No 1

RANDALL , Samuel shipwright Le Fevre Peninsula 1859 Application 704

No 2

RANDALL, Samuel railway ganger Kingston 1900 Application 24078

RANDALL, Samuel railway ganger Kingston S-E and Eliza Randall his wife 1891[-1933] Memorial 1/411

RANDALL, Samuel railway ganger Kingston S-E and Eliza Randall his wife 1912 (daughter of James CURKPATRICK farmer Bowaka near Kingston who died 16/8/1911) Memorial 22/466

RANDALL, Samuel retired grazier Kingston S-E, died 11/12/1946. Father of Roy Samuel Randall grazier Kingston S-E Memorial 126/521

RANDALL, Walter David telegraph stationmaster Barrow Creek Northern Territory of SA linked with George Randall no description 1888 Memorial 240/394

No 1

RANDALL, William Esquire Adelaide 1847 Memorial 216/8

RANDALL, William Esquire Woodside Cottage near Adelaide 1847 Memorial 265/9

RANDALL, William Esquire [formerly of Adelaide but now of] Home Park near Adelaide 1849[-1850] Memorial 313/14

RANDALL, William formerly of Magill but now of Rapid Bay 1850 Memorial 7/28

RANDALL, William gentleman Finniss Vale 1856 Memorial 239/109

RANDALL, William Esquire formerly of Kensington but now of Finniss Vale Myponga District 1857 Memorial 27/121

RANDALL, William Esquire Finniss Vale 1858 Memorial 343/139

RANDALL, William farmer Finniss Vale near Rapid Bay 1867 Memorial 8/286

RANDALL, William formerly of Rapid Bay but now clerk of the local court Pt Pirie 1892 Memorial 219/413

No 1

Is this the former William RANDELL publican Adelaide?? Enrolment/

RANDALL, William labourer Findon 1852[-1853] Memorial 438/41

RANDALL, William labourer Reedbeds 1852[-1853] Memorial 420/41

RANDALL, William farmer Section 440 Survey B 1854[-1856] Memorial 355/64

RANDALL, William farmer Reedbeds 1856 Memorial 109/103

No 1

RANDALL, William George HM Civil Service Adelaide 1885 Application 20802

RANDALL, William George civil servant Adelaide bought a stone quarry at Windsor 1885 Memorial 110/372

RANDALL, William Joseph farmer Tantanoola, had died by 1910. Executrix – Mary Martha Randall widow Tantanoola Grant Book 30 Page 209 County Grey

No 1

RANDEL, George carpenter Norwood 1856[-1863] Memorial 156/97

RANDEL, George carpenter Norwood 1856 Atlas Land Building & Investment Society member Memorial 115/99

RANDEL, George carpenter Norwood 1860 Application 1871

RANDEL, George carpenter Cleve St, Norwood 1866 Application 7655

RANDEL, George carpenter Norwood 1878 Application 16798

RANDELL, Albert Linley motor car salesman Seventh Ave, St Peters 1926 Memorial 79/495

No 1

RANDELL, Elliott Charles gentleman formerly of Kenton Park, Gumeracha 1854 now of Echuca Vic 1877 Application 15875

RANDELL, Elliott Charles gentleman Echuca Vic 1900 Memorial 99/441

No 1

RANDELL, Ephraim builder Adelaide 1840[-1849] Memorial 23/50, Application 23594

RANDELL, Ephraim yeoman Adelaide 1841[-1843] Memorial 300/1

No 2

RANDELL, Ephraim innkeeper Adelaide 1840 Memorial 66/59

RANDELL, Ephraim innkeeper Adelaide 1840 Application 19258

RANDELL, Ephraim publican Adelaide (Sturt St) 1840 Application 17130

RANDELL, Ephraim innkeeper Adelaide (Rose Inn, Sturt St) 1842 Memorial 168/49

RANDELL, Ephraim licensed victualler Section 84 on a certain public road leading from Adelaide to Holdfast Bay 1843 Memorial 169/49

RANDELL, Ephraim publican Half Way House on the way to the Bay 1844 Memorial 27/51

RANDELL, Ephraim yeoman Black Forest 1846 Memorial 60/60

RANDELL, Ephraim farmer Black Forest 1848 Memorial 331/14

RANDELL, Ephraim publican Forest Inn, Bay Road 1851 Memorial 288/31

RANDELL, Ephraim licensed victualler Forest Inn near Adelaide 1853 linked with Henry Randell yeoman of the same place Memorial 88/57

RANDELL, Ephraim publican Forest Inn, Bay Road 1853 linked with Henry Emry Randell publican of the same address Memorial 452/60

RANDELL, Ephraim publican Forest Inn, Bay Road, died c1854. He left his entire estate to his wife, Anne Mary Inkle Randell, for life, then to his son, Henry Emery Randell, in remainder expectant. His wife had to pay the interest on mortgaged property. Trustees: his friends Henry Cope William EVERARD and Edward James Frederick CRAWFORD brewer Hindmarsh Enrolment 28/19

RANDELL, Ann Mary Inkle widow Forest Inn, Bay Road and Henry Emery Randell gentleman of the same place [relict and son respectively of the late Ephraim Randell] 1854 Memorial 493/76

RANDELL, Henry Emery licensed victualler Forest Inn, Bay Road 1855[-1856] Memorial 81/90

RANDELL, Francis Henry stockholder Pt Mannum Hundred of Finniss land grant 1869 Grant Book 58 Page 33 County Sturt

RANDELL, Frederick Elliott storekeeper Forster. Hundred of Forster land grant 1902 Grant Book 3 Page 28 County Albert

RANDELL, JB miller Gumeracha 1857 Memorial 193/128

No 1

RANDALL, Peter farmer Cowandilla 1841 Application 8822

RANDALL, Peter [formerly farmer Cowandilla but now] shoemaker Adelaide 1845 Memorial 482/4

No 2 - likely to be a continuation of No 1

RANDALL, Peter shoemaker New Tiers 1850 Memorial 21/28

RANDALL, Peter shoemaker Western Branch of the Onkaparinga 1857 Memorial 175/125

No 1 - likely to be the same person

RANDELL, Thomas George merchant Adelaide 1853 Memorial 398/56

RANDELL, Thomas George merchant Adelaide (Currie St) 1854 Memorial 210/77

RANDELL, Thomas George general storekeeper Mannum Hundred of Finniss land grant 1876 Grant Book 58 Page 34 County Sturt

RANDELL, Thomas George storekeeper Mannum trustee Cemetery Mannum Hundred of Finniss land grant 1876 Grant Book 58 Page 31 County Sturt

No 1 - likely to be the same person

RANDELL, WB agent Bank of SA Snowtown 1888 Memorial 72/396

RANDELL, WB bank manager Snowtown 1890 Memorial 174/402

RANDELL, WIlliam Ernest bank agent Goolwa 1881 Memorial 218/331

RANDELL, William Richard Murray River trader Mannum Hundred of Finniss land grant 1869 Grant Book 58 Page 33 County Sturt

No 1

RANDLE, Charles of Strathalbyn 1852 Memorial 349/44

RANDLE, Charles brewer Strathalbyn 1857 Memorial 15/128

RANDLE, J clerk Adelaide 1883[-1897] Memorial 109/350

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

RANDLE, Thomas sawyer Adelaide 1843 Memorial 66/3

RANDLE, Thomas sawyer Adelaide (Gray St) 1844 Memorial 472/3

RANDLE, Thomas gentleman Adelaide 1850 Memorial 207/25

RANDLE, Thomas gentleman Adelaide (Gray St) 1853 Memorial 215/49

RANDLE, Thomas gentleman North Road 1854 Memorial 326/65

RANDLE, Thomas gentleman Gilberton 1862 Application 3512

RANDLE, Thomas gentleman Gilberton 1884 Memorial 22/363

RANDLE, Thomas the Elder gentleman Walkerville, died 14/2/1886. He left real estate in Kermode St, North Adelaide, to his daughter-in-law, Sarah Randle widow of his son, Thomas Randle the Younger, in trust for life then to the testator's grandchildren equally absolutely in remainder expectant Memorial 47/375

RANDS, William carpenter Adelaide (Halifax St) 1848[-1857]. Husband of Sophia Rands Memorials 177/13, 330/192

RANEBERG, Johann Friedrich August of Mambray Creek 1895 Memorial 248/431

RANFORD, Edna Muriel clerk to Stanley Herbert SKIPPER notary public Adelaide (Selbourne Chambers, Pirie St) 1938 Memorial 24/512

No 1

RANFORD, Henry butcher Pt Adelaide 1853[-1868] Memorial 89/47

RANFORD, Henry butcher Pt Adelaide, became a bankrupt in 1864, but apparently continued to trade until 1874 [Not to be confused with Henry H Ranford butcher Pt Adelaide] Memorials 124/221, 81/278

RANFORD, Henry butcher Pt Adelaide 1872 Application 12074

No 1

RANFORD, Henry Howard butcher Pt Adelaide became a bankrupt in 1878 Memorial 11/310

RANFORD, Henry Howard butcher Pt Adelaide 1881 Memorial 230/329

RANFORD, Joseph butcher Pt Adelaide 1878 Memorial 167/310

RANFORD, Octavius grocer Adelaide (69 Rundle St) 1860[-1861] Memorial 58/171

No 1

RANKIN, Alexander farm labourer Mayurra Hundred of Mayurra land grant 1881 Grant Book 31 Page 228 County Grey

No 2

RANKIN, Alexander drover Adelaide 1882 Application 19506

RANKIN, Alexander George carpenter and John Rankin painter both of Adelaide 1895 Memorial 227/425

No 1

RANKIN, Alfred Edward carmaker Adelaide 1892 Memorial 94/412

RANKIN, Alfred Edward carman Adelaide 1892[-1893] Memorial 131/414

RANKIN, Dugald labourer Mosquito Plains 1881 Memorial 112/328

No 1

RANKIN, Duncan farmer The Hummocks. Hundred of Redhill land grant 1874 Grant Book 14 Page 357 County Daly

RANKIN, Duncan farmer Barunga Co Daly. Hundred of Narridy land grant 1880 Grant Book 60 Page 258 County Victoria

RANKIN, Henry of Adelaide 1888 Memorial 227/399

RANKIN, John painter Adelaide (Louis St off Halifax St) 1894 Memorial 106/423

No 1

RANKIN, Matthew farmer Dry Plains 1879 Memorial 231/314

RANKIN, Matthew farmer Dry Plains near Strathalbyn 1902 Application 24359

RANKIN, Neil farmer The Hummocks. Hundred of Redhill land grant 1874 Grant Book 14 Page 357 County Daly

No 1

RANKIN, Oliver builder Adelaide 1850[-1867] Memorial 149/213

RANKIN, Oliver cabinetmaker Adelaide (Rundle St) 1856 Memorial 29/112

RANKIN, Oliver builder Adelaide 1853. Alexander Rankin of Launceston VDL mentioned but not described Memorial 279/52

RANKIN, Oliver director Equitable Fire Insurance Co Ltd 1869 Memorial 219/277

RANKIN, Oliver builder Adelaide (Flinders St) 1870[-1880] Memorial 213/248, Application 23890

RANKIN, Oliver builder Adelaide Co Adelaide. Napperby (Hundred of Napperby) township allotment land grant 1877 Grant Book 60 Page 373 County Victoria

RANKIN, Oliver builder Adelaide Pt Moorowie township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 19 Page 363 County Fergusson

RANKIN, Oliver died 15/12/1880. His widow, Mary Ann Rankin, died 31/7/1888. Their youngest child, John Rankin, turned 21 on 30/1/1891 Memorial 44/411

No 1

RANKIN, Oliver James engineer Robert St, New Glenelg 1888 Memorial 88/389

RANKIN, Oliver James engineer Robert St, New Glenelg 1889 son of the late Oliver Rankin formerly builder Adelaide but now deceased Memorial 68/400

RANKIN, Walter hotelkeeper Adelaide 1912 Memorial 174/467

No 1

RANKIN, William Henry Clerk of the Clarendon District Council 1855[-1857] Memorial 345/85 He lived at Happy Valley 1857 Memorial 155/130

RANKIN, William Henry farmer Happy Valley 1860 Memorial 90/162

RANKINE, Alexander licensed victualler Edwardstown 1895 Memorial 123/426

No 1

RANKINE, Andrew farmer Rushmore near Strathalbyn 1874 Memorial 212/272

RANKINE, Andrew stockholder Rushmore near Strathalbyn linked with John Rankine stockholder Dunalbyn near Bordertown [Excellent description of furniture in a wealthy landowner's home] 1887 Memorial 157/384

RANKINE, Andrew sheep farmer Strathalbyn, died 22/9/1913, of nitral valvular incompetence and heart failure, aged 72 1914 Application 26296

RANKINE, Andrew Crighton minister of the gospel Church of Christ Kent Town 1893 Application 22570

RANKINE, Clarence Jaffrey bank accountant Young St, Parkside 1916 Memorial 171/474

RANKINE, Duncan farmer Black Springs near Kooringa. Hundred of Apoinga land grant 1912 Grant Book 8 Page 67 County Burra

No 1

RANKINE, Gemmell gentleman Glenbarr near Strathalbyn, died 30/10/1884. Husband of Gertrude Rankine. Brother of James Rankine gentleman Strathalbyn, Matthew Rankine gentleman Woodburn near Belvidere, Andrew Rankine Rushmore near Strathalbyn. Estate worth £3,000 Memorial 33/414

RANKINE, Gertrude Anne widow of Gemmell Rankine, late of Strathalbyn, died 19/9/1898 at Glenbarr near Strathalbyn. She left three children surviving - Gavin Gemmell Rankine, Arthur Gemmell Rankine and Harry Gemmell Rankine (he was 21 on 27/5/1904). A family conference decided that Gavin Gemmell Rankine should take over Glenbarr at a valuation 1905 Application 24858

No 1 - probably mixture of the Elder and the Younger

RANKINE, George baker Adelaide 1845 Memorial 103/5

RANKINE, George baker Adelaide 1846 (Hindley St) 1846 Memorial 338/157

RANKINE, George baker Adelaide 1847 (Currie St) 1847 Memorial 209/48

RANKINE, George baker Adelaide (King William St) 1850 Memorial 231/25

RANKINE, George formerly baker Adelaide but now licensed victualler Hilton 1851 Memorial 417/32

RANKINE, George licensed victualler Hilton 1856[-1857] Memorial 284/105

RANKIN, George licensed victualler Hilton Hotel Hilton 1856 7-year lease from Peter CUMMING draper Adelaide at £20 a year for 5 years and then £25 a year for 2 years Memorial 3/112

RANKINE, George drover Hilton linked with John Rankine drover Maylands and Mary Ellen Rankine of Adelaide. These people had an interest in the Mininnie Run near Mannahill 1888 Memorial 191/390

RANKINE, Annie widow Hilton, relict of the late George Rankine deceased 1859 Memorial 33/153

No 1

RANKINE, Hugh sheep farmer Currency Creek 1851[-1853] Memorial 333/63

RANKINE, Hugh farmer sheep farmer Currency Creek, died 15/5/1853. His eldest brother and heir at law, James Rankine gentleman Columbus, Georgia USA, died 12/6/1880. By 1885, James Rankine's family were disposed as follows: His widow, Agnes Rankine, still lived at Columbus. Children: Emma Jane GRIFFIN wife of James Alexander Griffin druggist Jacksonville Florida, Agnes Planter wife of Edmund Bradley Planter no description, William Hollis Rankine farmer Bristol, Florida, Henrietta Rankine spinster and Louisa Rankine spinster both of Columbia Georgia, Edwin James Rankine and John Andrew Rankine both of Columbia. The Hon James Rankine gentleman Strathalbyn linked with this family Memorial 108/367

No 1

RANKINE, James Esquire formerly of Strathalbyn but now of Hindmarsh Island 1857[-1891] Memorial 296/128

RANKINE, James sheep farmer Watson Park [near Strathalbyn?] 1858 Memorial 230/137

RANKINE, James MP of Rankine's Ferry near Milang 1868 Memorial 6/229

RANKINE, James farmer Hindmarsh Island, died 8/9/1897 intestate. Husband of Isabel Agnes Rankine. His family as of 1905 included; Mary DOWNER nee Rankine wife of John Hamilton Downer shipping agent Albany WA, Gertrude Beevor Rankine spinster, James Beevor Rankine farmer, Ruby Agnes Rankine spinster and Edward Beevor Rankine farmer all of Hindmarsh Island Memorial 36/454

No 2

RANKINE, James of Muscogee County, Georgia, USA, power of attorney to William Rankine of SA, to secure his inheritance as heir at law to his brother, Hugh Rankine sheep farmer Currency Creek 16/4/1859 Deposit 339/1859

RANKINE, James Beevor grazier Hindmarsh Island, died 6/10/1935 Victor Harbor. Brother of Edward Beevor Rankine grazier Hindmarsh Island, and Ruby Agnes Rankine and Gertrude Beevor Rankine both spinsters Hindmarsh Island Memorial 72/528

RANKINE, Jeffrey Walter Presbyterian Church Home missionary Koolunga 1920 Application 26911

No 1

RANKINE, John trader and dealer in cattle Adelaide 1842 Memorial 232/2

RANKINE, John Esquire Blackwood (Section 2679) Angas Special Survey 1843 Memorial 474/2

RANKINE, John Esquire Blackwood near Strathalbyn 1855[-1856] Memorial 37/84 Strathalbyn & Macclesfield Land, Building and Investment Society trustee 1856 Memorial 333/102

RANKINE, John surgeon Blackwood, near Macclesfield, power of attorney to William Rankine Esquire Glen Barr near Strathalbyn, to manage his SA business affairs 31/12/1856 Deposit 115/1858

RANKINE, John Esquire formerly of Strathalbyn but now in parts beyond the seas 1857 Memorial 109/122

RANKINE, John MD formerly of Strathalbyn but now of 5 Montague St, Russell Square, Middlesex, England 1858 Memorial 99/136

RANKINE, John formerly stockholder Strathalbyn, now doctor 5 Montague St, Russell Square, Middlesex, England, power of attorney to William Rankine stockholder Glenbarr Strathalbyn, to sell Section 2076 Hundred of Bremer 15/1/1858 Application 9952

RANKINE, John formerly stockholder Strathalbyn but now surgeon 5 Montague St, Russell Square, Middlesex, England 1859 Memorial 376/160

RANKINE, John Esquire formerly of Blackwood near Strathalbyn but presently in Glasgow, Co Ayr, Scotland 1861 Memorial 96/176

RANKINE, John Esquire late of Blackwood near Strathalbyn SA, now of Glasgow, Co Lanark, Scotland 1862 Application 4118

RANKINE, John Esquire formerly of this province but now of parts beyond the sea 1863, linked with William Rankine Esquire Strathalbyn and James Rankine Esquire Hindmarsh Island Application 4435

RANKINE, John Esquire Glasgow, Co Lanark, Scotland, had died by 1873, when apparently he had moved to St James Tce, Glasgow. His widow, Mary Miller Rankine nee WATSON, of Glasgow, inherited John Rankine's estate, Watson Park, in SA and had to pay John Rankine's sister, Sarah PATERSON widow Glasgow, relict of the late Hugh Paterson formerly coal agent Glasgow now deceased, a £30 annuity for life Memorials 5/269 & 125/271

RANKINE, John surgeon Blackwood, near Strathalbyn. He returned to Scotland, where he lived at St James Tce, Glasgow and then Beulah Lodge, Helensburgh. He died there 15/3/1864 at noon, of cardiac disease and dropsical effusion, aged 62. Husband of Mary Miller nee WATSON.

Son of James Rankine farmer and Jane Gemmell Deposit 116/1865

RANKINE, Mary Miller nee WATSON widow Portland, Glasgow, Co Lanark, Scotland, relict of the late John Rankine gentleman formerly of Blackburn [Blackwood??] near Strathalbyn but then of Helensburg, Co Dumbarton, Scotland, now deceased who died 15/3/1864 Memorial 245/225

RANKINE, Mary Miller widow Glasgow, Scotland, linked with the late Matthew Rankine formerly farmer Woodburn near Strathalbyn now deceased 1869 Memorial 24/251

No 2

RANKINE, John gardener Glen Osmond 1856 Hundred of Kanmantoo land grant Memorial 20/112

RANKINE, John farmer Section 1142 Mt Barker Road 1858 Memorial 177/138

No 3 - perhaps the same person

RANKINE, John stockholder The Coorong linked with James and William Rankine of Strathalbyn 1867 Memorial 107/222

RANKINE, John stockholder Bin Bin 1879 Memorial 23/314

RANKINE, John farmer Big Paddock Tatiara. Hundred of Tatiara land grant 1883 Grant Book 7 Page 12 County Buckingham. Farmer Mundulla Tatiara. Hundred of Tatiara land grant 1885 Grant Book 7 Page 13 County Buckingham

RANKINE, John farmer Bordertown 1889 Memorial 170/400

No 1

RANKINE, John Albyn pastoralist Lashbrooke near Macclesfield 1920 Memorial 91/481

RANKINE, John Albyn investor Adelaide 1928 Memorial 62/500

No 1

RANKINE, John Robert farmer Strathalbyn 1922 Application 27065

RANKINE, John Robert farmer Braemar near Strathalbyn 1926 Memorial 146/494

RANKINE, JW of Murray Bridge 1908 Memorial 73/459

No 1

RANKINE, Matthew of Angas Plains 1861 Memorial 156/175

RANKINE, Matthew farmer Woodburn near Strathalbyn 1867[-1891] Memorial 148/270

RANKINE, Matthew stockholder Woodburn near Strathalbyn 1880 Memorial 18/328

RANKINE, Matthew farmer Woodburn near Belvidere 1881 Application 18455

RANKINE, Matthew farmer Angas Plains Co Hindmarsh. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1882 Grant Book 13 Page 200 County Dalhousie

RANKINE, Matthew farmer Woodburn near Langhorne Creek 1885 Memorial 180/364

RANKINE, Matthew farmer formerly of Woodburn near Strathalbyn but now of Strathalbyn 1892 Memorial 64/415

RANKINE, Matthew gentleman Strathalbyn 1902, declared that he was a nephew of John Rankine formerly gentleman Strathalbyn, who died 15/3/1864 Helensburgh near Glasgow, Co Ayr, Scotland Application 24403

RANKINE, NRG proclaimed bank manager Auburn 1928 Memorial 77/499

No 1

RANKINE, Robert farmer Mt Crawford 1850[-1853] Memorial 112/27

RANKINE, Robert stockholder and agricultural farmer Mt Crawford 1852[-1855] Memorial 249/58

RANKINE, Robert farmer near Linwood 1868[-1878] Memorial 15/233

RANKINE, Robert farmer Pine Creek, Co Light 1868 Memorial 93/241

RANKINE, Robert farmer Pine Creek Hundred of Kapunda 1869 Memorial 58/242

RANKINE, Robert farmer Pine Creek near Linwood 1872 Application 12183

RANKINE, Robert JP farmer Pine Creek 1875 Memorial 248/281

RANKINE, Robert Esquire formerly of Mt Crawford but now of Linwood 1877 Memorial 239/303

RANKINE, Robert farmer formerly of Mt Crawford but now of Freeling 1880[-1882] Memorial 52/323

RANKINE, Robert farmer Stockport on the Gilbert 1886[-1892] Memorial 27/381

RANKINE, Robert farmer formerly of Freeling but now of Stockport on the Gilbert 1889 Application 21539

RANKINE, Robert farmer Linwood 1890 Application 21855

RANKINE, Robert farmer formerly of Mt Crawford then of Freeling but now of Stockport 1895 Memorial 197/423

RANKINE, Robert farmer Stockport on the Gilbert, died 11/3/1896. Adopted daughter, Fanny BENNETT wife of John Bennett chaffcutting business foreman Gladstone. Legacies to his housekeeper, Mary MOORE wife of Jame Henry Moore, his niece, Marion CONDER nee RIDDELL (last heard of in NSW), also Jean MCCALLUM wife of Hugh McCallum wheelwright Kooringa and Elizabeth Lindsay WINDSOR wife of William Windsor the Elder of Hallett, Syble ROGERS wife of John Rogers of Wilowie East and Ernest Rankine WOODHEAD no description. Executors; Ebenezer LEWIS storekeeper Stockport and Peter COUCH farmer near Stockport Memorials 37 & 38/428

No 1

RANKINE, William of Adelaide 1841 Memorial 195/50

RANKINE, William Esquire Glen Barr near Strathalbyn 1857 Memorial 148/118

RANKINE, William the Elder farmer of South Australia residing temporarily at Kirkpatrick in the parish of Closeburn, Co Dumfries, Scotland power of attorney to his two sons, Matthew Rankine of Woodburn and William Rankine the Younger of Rankine's Ferry both Co Hindmarsh 1876 Memorial 28/293

RANKINE, William Esquire Glenbarr near Strathalbyn, died 5/9/1882. Husband of Sarah Elizabeth Rankine nee ROBERTS. Father of Gemmell Rankine, James Rankine, Matthew Rankine and John Rankine Memorial 32/414

RANKINE, Sarah Elizabeth widow of the late William Rankine gentleman, died 11/5/1905 Wellington Square North Adelaide, of cerebral softening and subsequent 3 months' inflammation of the brain, aged 76 Application 25039

RANKINE, WIlliam J farmer Belalie 1883 son of the late William Rankine Esquire Glenbarr near Strathalbyn Memorial 146/347

RANKINE, William Melville farmer Woodburn near Belvidere 1900 Memorial 30/440

No 1

RANN, John carpenter Pt Adelaide 1856[-1858] Memorial 347/110

RANN, John carpenter Portland Estate 1867 Memorial 82/220

RANN, John builder Pt Adelaide 1874[-1877] Memorial 186/276

No 1

RANN, John Albert carpenter Pt Adelaide 1871 Memorial 197/256

RANN, John Albert (sometimes known as John Rann the Younger) builder Pt Adelaide, became a bankrupt on 28/5/1884. His assets went up for auction on 8/8/1884 at the Semaphore Hotel. He was the son of John Rann the Elder builder Pt Adelaide, and his wife was known as Fanny Rann. John Rann the Younger had died by 1925, but his wife was still sorting out matters to do with his estate and bankruptcy Application 27327

RANN, John Albert builder Pt Adelaide, died 7/4/1912. Husband of Fanny Rann nee MUSSON. Estate worth £1,750 Memorial 105/478

RANNIHEN, Michael farmer Kapunda 1859 Memorial 57/156

No 1

RANSFORD, Frederick sheep farmer Yankalilla 1850 Memorial 289/20

RANSFORD, Frederick landowner Cape Jervis 1851 Memorial 200/51

RANSFORD, Frederick sheep farmer Cape Jervis 1853[-1892] Memorial 197/51, Application 20023

RANSFORD, Frederick farmer Cape Jervis 1855 Memorial 318/84

RANSFORD, Frederick stockholder Cape Jervis 1857[-1866] Memorial 153/131

RANSFORD, Frederick sheep farmer Rapid Bay 1874[-1885] Memorial 215/273

RANSFORD, Frederick stockholder Cape Jervis 1859. He died 14/6/1894. Estate worth £16,875. Father of Mary Jane CHAMBERS widow Cobham near Morphettville and Anne MCEACHERN wife of Neil St Andrews McEachern gentleman Brooklyn Park Memorials 171/421 & 39/422

RANSFORD, Henry butcher Pt Adelaide 1851 Memorial 71/32

No 1

RANSOM, George shoemaker Cranbourne near Kensington 1852[-1858] Memorial 230/41

RANSOM, George shoemaker Kensington 1855 Memorial 167/84

RANSOM, George shoemaker North Kensington 1865[-1883] Memorial 146/203

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

RANSOM, George cowkeeper North Kensington 1858 Memorial 290/151

No 1

RANSOM, Robert Thomas Frederick pensioner Milang 1946 Memorial 6/517

RANSOM, Robert Thomas Frederick pensioner Milang, died 15/4/ 1954. Husband of Louisa Ransom Memorial 51/529

RANSOM, Robert Thomas Frederick pensioner Milang, died 15/4/1954. Husband of Louisa Ransom. Father of Edward Graham Ransom war pensioner 26 Roosevelt St, Coburg Vic Memorials 51 & 117/529

RANTANEN, Felix seaman Pt Adelaide 1924 Memorial 164/491 

RANYARD, Benjamin Esquire Swanscombe, Kent, England, power of attorney to his friend, Arthur HARDY solicitor Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 3/4/1854. B Ranyard, later of 13 Hunter St, Brunswick Square, Middlesex, England, died 10/3/1879. His executors gave power of attorney to Arthur HARDY and Arthur Marmaduke HARDY Esquires King William St, Adelaide, to sell his land, Section 2765 Angas Special Survey, leased to John CHERITON, to fulfil the terms of the will 24/7/1880. Benjamin Ranyard was born 10/2/1803, the eldest child of William Ranyard and Catherine Ann BOUSFIELD Kingston upon Thames parish church, Surrey, England. His sister, Sarah, m 11/1/1842, Clapham Independent Chapel, Wandsworth, Surrey, William MORTON widower clerk and missionary of Clapham Old Town. The marriage was childless and the husband died during her lifetime. Sarah MORTON died 8/3/1863 intestate, at Beach Cottage, St Mary in the Castle, Hastings, Sussex, of diabetes and effusion on the brain, aged 58.. Her father William Ranyard had died late March 1845 Kingston, during her lifetime. Her eldest brother, Benjamin Ranyard, inherited the property as heir at law Deposits 165/1860, 238/1880

RANYARD, William married Catherine Ann BOUSFIELD on 2/12/1801, parish church of Kingston upon Thames. They lived at Kingston with their six children, who had shares in their father's property, including the Sun Inn at Kingston. Independent in religion. Sarah Ranyard born 14/7/1805, the eldest daughter, married the Rev'd William MORTON who predeceased her. She bought land grant for Section 2765, 118 acres in the Hundred of Bremer, during 1853. She lived at Kingston on Thames, without issue, and died 8/3/1863 intestate, leaving her eldest brother, Benjamin Ranyard, born 10/2/1803, as her heir at law. He died 10/3/1879 Surbiton, Surrey, formerly of 13 Hunter St, Brunswick Square, Middlesex, England. He instructed his executors to sell this land to help form a trust fund to pay his widow an income for life, and then after her death to pay the income to his son, Herbert Ranyard, for life, 'in case he should become a bankrupt', then the money to be divided equally amongst his children absolutely in remainder expectant Application 26879

RANZO, George hawker Adelaide 1869 Application 9839

RAPER, Alan Alfred farmer Victor Harbor and Emma Maude Raper his wife 1951 Memorial 92/526

No 1

RAPHAEL, Henry draper Adelaide (Hindley St) 1850 Memorial 288/19

RAPHAEL, Henry draper formerly of Adelaide but now of Melbourne Vic linked with Ralph Raphael draper Adelaide (Hindley St) 1854 Memorial 207/73

No 1

RAPHAEL, Henry fancy goods importer Adelaide (27 Rundle St) 1886[-1889] Memorial 171/378

RAPHAEL, Henry fancy goods salesman Adelaide (Beaconsfield Buildings, King William St) 1889 Memorial 205/398

RAPHAEL, Henry Joseph agent Adelaide 1896 Application 23170

RAPHAEL, Mabel Maud married woman 199 Hutt St, Adelaide 1946 Application 28435

No 1- perhaps 2 people involved

RAPHAEL, Ralph storekeeper Adelaide 1850 Memorial 351/26

RAPHAEL, Ralph draper Pt Adelaide 1851 Memorial 443/29

RAPHAEL, Ralph draper Adelaide (Hindley St) 1853[-1854] Memorial 263/57

RAPHAEL, Ralph agent Adelaide 1875 Memorial 102/284

RAPHAEL, Ralph merchant Adelaide 1877 Memorial 228/297

RAPHAEL, Ralph money broker Adelaide 1881[-1887] Memorial 148/345, Application 20288

No 1

RAPHAEL, Samuel clothier Adelaide (Hindley St) 1851 Memorial 274/33

RAPHAEL, Samuel draper Adelaide (Hindley St) 1859 Memorial 153/300

RAPHAEL, Samuel of Adelaide (Hindley St) 1862 Application 2871

No 1

RAPHAEL, Simeon draper Adelaide 1855 Memorial 424/93

RAPHAEL, Simeon storekeeper Pt Elliot 1856 Linked with Isaac Raphael merchant Melbourne Vic Memorial 80/98

RAPHAEL, Simeon gentleman [formerly of Pt Elliot but now of] Melbourne Vic 1856 Memorial 108/109

No 1

RAPKO, Christian farmer Klemzig Hundred of Dublin land grant 1884 Grant Book 26 Page 352 County Gawler

RAPKO, Christian farmer Inkerman, had died by 1911. Executrix – Luise Henriette Wilhelmine Rapko widow Pt Wakefield Grant Book 27 Page 122 County Gawler

No 1

RAPSON, William labourer Watervale 1851 Memorial 336/36

RAPSON, WIlliam formerly of Watervale but now of Sandy Creek Vic 1870 Memorial 164/251

No 2

RAPSON, William carter Adelaide 1853[-1855] Memorial 350/48

No 3

RAPSON, William farmer Saddleworth Hundred of Saddleworth land grant 1860 Grant Book 44 Page 342 County Light

No 1

RASCH, Johann Traugott locksmith Adelaide 1852 Memorial 436/43

RASCH, Johann Traugott gentleman Stepney 1862 Application 3146

RASCH, Johann Traugott coach builder Adelaide 1869 Memorial 88/251

RASCH, Johann Traugott coach builder Stepney 1871 Application 11503

RASCH, Johann Traugott locksmith formerly of Adelaide 1852 later Stepney now coachbuilder Stepney 1876 Application 15559

RASCH, Juliane Marie widow Stepney, about to leave the province for a time, power of attorney to Georg Heinrich Christoph MEYER agent Adelaide, to manage her Sa business affairs 28/2/1899 Deposit 12/1899

RASCHELLA, Vincenzo tomato grower Smithfield 1953 Application 29017

RASEMANN, N of Grave St, Kadina 1897 Memorial 19/430

No 1 - likely to be the same person

RASHLEIGH, H law clerk Adelaide 1916 Memorial 15/475

RASHLEIGH, Harold Ivan law clerk Adelaide 1918 Memorial 148/476

RASHLEIGH, HI licensed land broker Adelaide 1922 Memorial 60/485

No 1 - William Richards Rashleigh

RASHLEIGH, William of Mitcham 1853 Memorial 271/59

RASHLEIGH, William omnibus driver Mitcham 1862[-1863] Memorial 44/180, Application 3661

RASHLEIGH, William Richards omnibus driver Mitcham 1866 Memorial 160/210

RASMUS, AJ 1901 farmer near Ulooloo Memorial 196/443

No 1

RASMUS, Heinrich wheatbuyer Freeling Co Light. Hundred of Whyte land grant 1877 Grant Book 60 Page 51 County Victoria

RASMUS, Heinrich farmer Yarcowie Hundred of Gumbowie land grant 1878[-1884] Grant Book 40 Page 38 County Kimberley

No 1

RASMUS, Johann Adolph farmer Greenock Co Light. Hundred of Whyte land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 50 County Victoria

RASMUS, Johann Adolph farmer Gumbowie. Hundred of Gumbowie land grant 1885 Grant Book 40 Page 46 County Kimberley

No 1

RASMUSSEN, Hans herbalist Adelaide (Rundle St) 1894 Memorial 134/422

RASMUSSEN, Hans Peter patent medicine proprietor Adelaide (154 Rundle St) 1892 Memorial 170/414

RASMUSSEN, Hans herbalist Sydney NSW took out a 2-year lease of 154 Rundle St, Adelaide in 1898 Memorial 158/436

No 1

RATCLIFF, Francis farmer Black Forest 1852 Memorial 38/49

RATCLIFF, Francis farmer formerly of the Black Forest 1852 but now of near Smithfield 1863 Application 4745

No 1

RATCLIFF, Herbert Henry farmer Lameroo. Hundred of Bews land grant 1910[-1911] Grant Book 12 Page 6 County Chandos

RATCLIFF, Herbert Henry farmer formerly of Barunga had died by 1913. Trustee - Jephthah Robert LAWRIE farmer Lameroo Grant Book 12 Page 11 County Chandos

RATCLIFF, Horace Hurtle Ernest labourer American River Kangaroo Island. Hundred of Haines land grant 1944 Grant Book 11 Page 126 County Carnarvon

RATCLIFF, John labourer Sour Flats 1874 Memorial 200/275

No 1

RATCLIFF, Thomas farmer near Kapunda 1880 Memorial 230/321

RATCLIFF, Thomas farmer Bagot Well near Kapunda, died c1886. He left his whole estate to his wife, Catherine RATCLIFF formerly the widow Catherine ROGERS Deposit 48/1886

No 2

RATCLIFF, Thomas farmer Barunga, died 17/3/1936. Executors – Bagots Executor and Trustee Co Ltd Grant Book 14 Page 347 County Daly

No 1

RATCLIFF, William labourer Adelaide 1854 Memorial 149/70

RATCLIFF, William farmer Gawler Plains 1864 Memorial 322/193

RATCLIFF, William farmer Gawler River 1865 Memorial 82/201

RATCLIFF, William farmer Gawler River 1867 Application 8366

RATCLIFF, William Francis farmer Lameroo. Hundred of Bews land grant 1910 Grant Book 12 Page 6 County Chandos

RATELLICK, John labourer Adelaide 1853[-1854] Memorial 115/50

No 1

RATH, Louis pork butcher Norwood 1852[-1857] Memorial 102/42

RATH, George Christian Ludwig butcher Norwood 1854 Memorial 39/71

RATH, George Christian Ludwig butcher Norwood 1859, died 1864, He left his entire estate to his wife, Caroline Wilhelmine Rath nee WEISSENBORN Memorial 77/199

RATH, Georg Christian Ludwig butcher near Beulah Road, Norwood, died c1864. He left his entire estate to his wife, Caroline Whilhelmine Rath nee WEISSENBORN. Executors: Caroline Wilhelmine Rath, Conrad ORDEMANN butcher Adelaide, and Johann Carl August DEGENHARDT publican Stepney. Rath’s friend, Johann Anton WARNCKEN butcher Adelaide, said that he was generally called Louis Rath Application 11557

RATH, George Christian Ludwig butcher Norwood, died c1864. He left his estate to his wife, Caroline Wilhelmine RATH nee WEISSENBORN. Executors were his wife CW Rath, Conrad ORDEMANN butcher Adelaide, and Johann Carl August DEGENHARDT publican Stepney. Deposit 295/1864

No 1

RATH, Ludwig Christian labourer Norwood 1855 Memorial 247/89

RATH, Wilhelm baker Auburn 1871, linked with the estate of the late Ludwig Christian Rath labourer Norwood Application 11557

RATHEL, Johann Gottlob farmer Angas Park 1852 Memorial 341/40

RATHJEN, Friedrich Wilhelm engine driver Murray Bridge 1939 Application 28196

RATHJEN, Heinrich farmer Hundred of Nuriootpa 1853[-1855] Memorial 215/60

RATHJEN, Heinrich Gerhard farmer Caloote 1887 Memorial 83/384

RATHJEN, Johann Wilhelm farmer Coomooroo 1888 Memorial 225/391

RATHKE, Gotthard labourer Blyth Plains 1886 Memorial 246/377

No 1

RATHMANN, Carl Christian storekeeper Blumberg 1855[-1863] Memorial 140/90

RATHMANN, Carl Christian storekeeper Kapunda 1866 Memorial 191/211

RATHMANN, Carl Christian farmer near Palmer 1877 Application 15689

RATHMANN, Carl Christian farmer Mannum Hundred of Finniss land grant 1885 Grant Book 58 Page 42 County Sturt

RATTEW, Charles John farmer Balaklava 1915 Memorial 85/472

No 1 - likely to be the same person

RATTEW, Charles Thomas of Nantawarra 1893 Memorial 54/418

RATTEW, Charles Thomas retired farmer Walkerville. Walkerville Methodist Church trustee 1912 Memorial 137/466

No 1 - likely to be the same person

RATTEW, George brewer Littlehampton 1852 Memorial 271/42

RATTEW, George farmer Mt Barker 1854 Memorial 411/73

RATTEW, George farmer Blackfellow Creek near Willunga 1861 Application 2663

RATTEW, George formerly brewer Littlehampton 1852 but now farmer Clarendon 1866 Application 7502

RATTEW, George farmer near Pt Wakefield Co Adelaide. Hundred of Stow land grant 1876[-1879] Grant Book 56 Page 446 County Stanley

RATTEW, George farmer Mt Templeton 1884 Memorial 136/359

No 1

RATTEY, Johann farmer South Rhine 1877 Memorial 189/305

RATTEY, Johann farmer Springton 1885 Memorial 145/372

No 1

RATTLEY, George gardener Hope Valley 1854 Memorial 365/70

RATTLEY, George farmer Payneham 1854 Memorial 6/79

RATTLEY, George gardener Payneham 1858 Memorial 131/140

RATTLEY, George Member East Torrens Equitable Building & Investment Society 1858 Application 22543

RATTLEY, George gardener Glynde 1870 Memorial 167/244

No 2

RATTLEY, George labourer Brompton 1855[-1857] Memorial 454/84

RATTLEY, George and John labourers formerly of Brompton but now of Robe S-E 1862 Memorial 5/183

No 1

RATTLEY, John yeoman Brompton 1850 Memorial 438/25

RATTLEY, John labourer Brompton 1855[-1857] Memorial 77/84

No 2

RATTLEY, John carpenter North Adelaide 1855 Memorial 167/88

RATTLEY, Jonathan bootmaker Pickering Wool Bay township allotment land grant 1877 Grant Book 19 Page 214 County Fergusson

No 1

RATTLEY, Stephen of Prospect 1851 Memorial 485/31

RATTLEY, Stephen gardener Prospect 1852 Memorial 395/40

RATZMANN, Hermann linked with Section 47 Hundred of Muloowurtie Co Fergusson 1885 Memorial 225/369

No 1

RAU, Herbert Ross railway employe McLaren Flat 1955 Memorial 35/530

RAU, Herbert Ross packer Stevens St, Noarlunga, died 16/7/1959 intestate. Husband of Edna Lorrel Rau Memorial 30/533

RAU, Edna Lorrel widow Stephen St, Noarlunga 1960, born 22/2/1914, declared she was the widow of Herbert Ross Rau packer Stephen St, Noarlunga, who died 16/7/1959 intestate. Married on 12/11/1940, the Raus lived in McLaren Flat (where Edna Rau spent her childhood) until February 1955 when the family moved to Stephen St, Noarlunga Application 29391

No 1

RAU, Johann Gottfried farmer Angaston 1854 Memorial 140/74

RAU, Johann Gottfried farmer Angas Park 1858 Memorial 296/136

RAU, Johann Gottfried farmer near Tanunda 1873 Application 12720

RAU, Wilhelm farmer Robertstown 1881 Memorial 239/335

RAUCH, Katherine widow Glenelg 1893 Memorial 242/416

RAUCH, Theodore Vivian agent Sydney NSW and Katherine Rauch his wife formerly Katherine PHILLIPSON spinster 1881 Memorial 41/331

RAUPACH, Hermann engine driver Prospect 1938 Application 28138

RAUSCHENBACH, Benjamin surveyor Adelaide 1891 Application 22035

No 1

RAUTH, Johann Wilhelm of Stockport 1879 Memorial 35/316

RAUTH, Johann Wilhelm agent Stockport 1881 Memorial 246/334

No 1

RAVEN, Edward painter Pt Adelaide 1893 Application 22526

RAVEN, E & J painters Alberton 1893 Application 22559

No 1 - likely to be the same person

RAVEN, Francis gentleman Adelaide 1873 Memorial 86/268

RAVEN, Francis labourer Adelaide 1897 Memorial 19/432

No 1

RAVEN, James farmer Marion Rd near Adelaide 1853 Memorial 100/50

RAVEN, James farmer Marion Bridge Road near Adelaide and Mary Raven his wife formerly Mary SMITH widow1853 Memorial 295/54

RAVEN, James farmer Adelaide 1853[-1854] Memorial 82/55

RAVEN, James farmer Currency Creek 1855 Memorial 215/100

RAVEN, James gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now of Currency Creek 1856 Memorial 384/97

RAVEN, James farmer Currency Creek 1857[-1866] Memorial 204/125

RAVEN, James formerly gentleman Adelaide 1854 but now farmer Currency Creek 1873 Application 12786

RAVEN, Mary of Currency Creek, died 1873. She left her entire estate to her executor, Robert Richard Chambers SUNMAN farmer Currency Creek Memorial 236/268

No 2

RAVEN, James butcher Thebarton 1870 Application 10911

RAVEN, Samuel Richard draper's assistant Hyde Park 1916 Application 26514

No 1

RAVEN, William licensed victualler Adelaide 1854[-1856] Memorial 388/71

No 2

RAVEN, William labourer Alberton 1896 Application 23083

RAVENA, Walter labourer Brownhill Creek 1849 Memorial 412/17

RAVENSHAW, John Hirdes of parts beyond the sea invested in Currency Creek Special Survey land grants in 1842. He died 1/5/1879 in Surrey, England. Charles Lyons had been representing him as local agent for 25 years. He took over from Wright Bros, who had been representing this investor beforehand. A relative, Harriet Lalande Ravenshaw, took over the real estate 1894 Application 22826

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

RAWLING, Charles miner Kooringa 1859[-1860] Memorial 86/156

RAWLING, Charles limeburner Kooringa 1874 Memorial 199/273

RAWLING, Charles limeburner Kooringa, died 1881. He left his entire estate in trust to his wife, Mary Rawling, during her widowhood, then to his son, John Rawling lime burner Kooringa, in remainder expectant absolutely. Louisa Rawling of Kooringa mentioned but not described Memorials 239/332 & 107/333

RAWLING, Charles the Younger gentleman The Burra 1883 Memorial 54/352

RAWLING, Charles lime burner Aberdeen 1883[-1886] Memorials 43 & 44/378

RAWLING, Charles miner Broken Hill NSW 1902[-1912] Memorial 83/447, Application 24528

RAWLING, Charles miner Broken Hill NSW had links with Burra 1903 Memorial 158/447

RAWLING, Elizabeth Ann married woman Broken Hill NSW, the niece to Mrs Mary Ann WILLIAMS (died 20/7/1900 intestate) relict of Michael Williams of Burra (who died 14/7/1900) [Likely that Elizabeth Ann Rawling was the wife of Charles Rawling miner Broken Hill NSW] RPA Search 664

No 1

RAWLING, Edward policeman Adelaide 1848 Memorial 41/30

RAWLING, Edward [formerly policeman but now] oil refiner Adelaide (Waymouth St) 1851 Memorial 1531/30

RAWLING, John Martin limeburner Kooringa 1884 Memorial 85/361

RAWLING, Tristram stone mason Gumeracha 1879[-1895] Memorial 28/320, Application 22979

RAWLINGS, Arthur motor driver 70 Harvey St, Woodville Park and Mary Elizabeth Rawlings his wife linked with Walter Gordon Rawlings formerly millhand North Adelaide (143 Childers St) but now motor driver 70 Harvey St, Woodville Park 1953 Memorial 42/529

No 1

RAWLINGS, Charles Edward and James agents Pt Adelaide 1881 Memorial 225/332

RAWLINGS, Charles Edward [formerly agent Pt Adelaide but now] merchant Woodville 1996[-1929] Memorial 96/428

RAWLINGS, Charles Edward gentleman Woodville 1926 Application 27469

RAWLINGS, Charles Robert farmer Golden Grove 1903[-1912] Memorial 108/449, Application 26146

No 1

RAWLINGS, James farmer Mt Torrens 1850 Memorial 396/24

No 2

RAWLINGS, James merchant Adelaide 1854 Memorial 440/67

RAWLINGS, James merchant [formerly of Adelaide but now of] Pt Adelaide 1854 Memorial 421/68

RAWLINGS, James shipping agent Section 396 Hundred of Pt Adelaide 1858 Memorial 219/132

RAWLINGS, James shipping agent Pt Adelaide 1860 Memorial 104/163

RAWLINGS, James merchant and shipping agent Pt Adelaide 1867 Memorial 52/225

RAWLINGS, James agent Pt Adelaide leased Blackler's Store No 2, complete with hydraulic lift, in St Vincent St, Pt Adelaide, for £250 a year 1876 Memorial 109/290

No 3 - perhaps a continuation of No 2

RAWLINGS, James merchant Beverley 1859 Memorial 109/157

No 1

RAWLINGS, Joseph labourer Hope Valley 1922 Memorial 32/487

RAWLINGS, Joseph pensioner Hope Valley, died 29/6/1940 North Adelaide. Husband of Annie Rawlings. Father of James Hargrave Rawlings cellarman Perseverance Road, Tea Tree Gully. Other children mentioned but not described Memorial 65/531

No 1

RAWLINGS, Thomas farmer Modbury 1880 Memorial 79/321

RAWLINGS, Thomas farmer Modbury, died 17/6/1904. Husband of Elizabeth Rawlings. Father of Vol Rawlings farmer Modbury. Estate worth £800 Memorial 102/468

RAWLINGS, Walter Gordon motor driver 70 Harvey St, Woodville Park 1953 linked with Arthur Rawlings motor driver 70 Harvey St, Woodville Park and Mary Elizabeth Rawlings his wife Application 28982

No 1

RAWLINS, George farmer Terowie Hundred of Terowie land grant 1879 Grant Book 40 Page 8 County Kimberley

RAWLINS, George farmer Belalie Hundred of Terowie land grant 1879 Grant Book 40 Page 9 County Kimberley

RAWLINS, James farmer Steelton on the Dirty Light Hundred of Koolywurtie land grant 1882 Grant Book 19 Page 314 County Fergusso

No 1

RAWLINS, William farmer Brownhill Creek 1851 Memorial 261/37

RAWLINS, William of Gouger St, Adelaide1853 Memorial 278/53

RAWLINS, William farmer Light River 1854[-1862] Memorial 344/77

RAWLINS, William farmer Section 1040 on the Light River 1855[-1868] Memorial 277/85

RAWLINS, William farmer Light River near Tothill Creek Hundred of Waterloo land grant 1862 Grant Book 44 Page 379 County Light

RAWLINS, William farmer Head of the Light River 1863 Memorial 40/188 Farmer Light River Hundred of Waterloo 1863 Memorial 326/188

RAWLINS, William farmer Light River 1872 Application 12157

RAWLINS, William farmer Mt Pleasant near Steelton 1875 Memorial 216/281

RAWLINS, William farmer near Steelton on the Dirty Light 1875 Memorial 79/283

RAWLINS, William farmer near Tothill Creek near Kapunda 1875 Memorial 78/283

RAWLINS, William farmer Light River near Steelton 1882 Application 19301

No 2

RAWLINS, William labourer Welwyn near Adelaide 1855 Memorial 156/93

RAWSON, John solicitor formerly Bradford, Yorks, but now Scarborough, Yorks, England 1881 Application 18663

RAWSTHORN, John caretaker Ovingham formerly for many years in Prospect 1906 Application 25134

RAY, B stockholder Wellington on the Murray 1857 Memorial 87/124

No 1

RAY, Daniel painter Kensington 1879 Memorial 239/314

RAY, Daniel painter Kensington 1886 Application 21064

RAY, Henry labourer Crystal Brook 1853 Memorial 48/61

No 1 - probably the same person

RAY, Henry Joseph licensed victualler Adelaide (Shakespeare Hotel Waymouth St) 1868[-1871] Memorial 47/232

RAY, Henry Joseph gentleman North Adelaide, died 16/4/1875. He left his entire estate to his wife, Elizabeth Naomi Ray Memorial 47/283

No 1

RAY, John mason Adelaide 1853[-1855] Memorial 280/58

RAY, John mason formerly of Adelaide but now of Melbourne Vic 1857 Memorial 133/125

No 1

RAY, Robert cabinetmaker Adelaide 1850[-1852] Memorial 259/41

No 2 - apparently the same person

RAY, Robert physician formerly of Adelaide but now of Melbourne Vic 1864 Memorial 291/196

RAY, Robert physician 105 Collins St, Melbourne Vic. He owned land in the Hundred of Onkaparinga 1866 Memorial 12/217

No 3

RAY, Robert butcher Adelaide (Currie St) 1857 Memorial 11/128

No 1

RAY, W Vernon articled clerk Adelaide 1905 Memorial 242/452

RAY, Walter Vernon solicitor Pt Adelaide 1917[-1918] Memorial 93/476, Application 26642

No 1

RAY, William land agent Adelaide (King William St) 1856 Memorial 101/106

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

RAY, William licensed victualler Adelaide (Pt TA 484 Rising Sun King William St) 1853 Memorial 35/132

RAY, William licensed victualler Adelaide Co Adelaide. Pt Augusta (Hundred of Davenport) allotment land grant 1856 Grant Book 66 Page 71 County Frome

RAY, William builder Adelaide 1857 Memorial 28/128

RAY, William [formerly builder Adelaide but now] licensed victualler Goolwa 1859[-1862] Memorial 72/153

RAY, William licensed victualler formerly of Adelaide but now of Goolwa 1864 Memorial 289/193

RAY, William licensed victualler Goolwa, died c1868. He left his real estate and some personal estate in trust for his wife, Mary Ann Ray, during her widowhood, then in remainder expectant absolutely to his only son, John Robinson Ray. If he did not survive his mother, the estate to go to his children. If no children, the estate to go to the descendants of the testator's brother, John Ray stonemason formerly of Carlisle, England, who died in Melbourne Vic Memorial 12/229

RAY, William Henry coachbuilder Adelaide 1889 Application 21621

RAY, William Vernon solicitor Hindmarsh 1922 Memorial 52/487

No 1

RAYE, Boulter Esquire Murray River 1849 Memorial 480/16

RAYE, Boulter gentleman Wellington 1855 Memorial 493/79

RAYE, Boulter stockholder Wellington on the Murray 1857[-1873] Memorial 56/127

RAYE, Boulter settler Wellington 1860 Application 1148

RAYE, Sarah Frances widow Ashbourne Finniss Flat 1873 Memorial 38/272

RAYE, Sarah Frances widow [formerly of Ashbourne but now of] Wellington on the Murray 1880 Memorial 227/329

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

RAYE, Henry Robert linked with the Yankalilla Hotel no date Memorial 13/no book no

RAYE, Henry R MP of Maitland 1885 Memorial 245/366

RAYE, HR the Younger farmer Yankalilla 1909 Memorial 18/474

RAYE, Henry Robert licensed victualler Rapid Bay 1909 Application 25619

RAYMENT, John Bible Christian minister Angle Vale 1876 Memorial 242/293

RAYMOND, Arthur Wellesley gentleman Adelaide 1908[-1912] Memorial 203/459

RAYMOND, Augustus wheelwright Kensington 1850 Memorial 97/24 Engineer Kensington 1850 Memorial 163/60

RAYMOND, Florence Maude spinster Salisbury 1906 Application 25248

No 1

RAYMOND, Francis farmer Gawler Plains 1857 Memorial 228/114

RAYMOND, Francis farmer Salisbury 1864 Memorial 165/200

RAYMOND, Francis farmer Gawler Plains 1865 Memorial 6/202

RAYMOND, Francis carter Salisbury 1872 Application 12148

No 2

RAYMOND, Francis miner Copperhouse 1859 Memorial 31/159

No 1

RAYMOND, Frederick George, born 30/5/1858, son of Francis Raymond farmer Gawler Plains and his wife, Elizabeth Raymond nee BROOKS Application 23821

RAYMOND, Frederick George draper Adelaide 1881 Memorial 235/334

No 1

RAYMOND, Henry labourer Crystal Brook 1853 Memorial 48/61

RAYMOND, Jane widow Hill River near Clare [probably the widow of Henry Raymond] 1866 Memorial 48/61

RAYMOND, Oswell Lewis clerk Robert St, North Unley 1911 Application 26739

No 1

RAYMOND, Samuel minister of the gospel Woodside 1875 Memorial 183/282

RAYMOND, Samuel Primitive Methodist minister Queenstown 1879 Memorial 49/314, Application 17287

RAYMOND, Samuel Methodist minister Parkside 1913 Memorial 145/468

No 1

RAYMOND, William labourer Adelaide 1845 Memorial 460/4 RAYMOND, William labourer [formerly of Adelaide but now of the] Little Para Special Survey 1846 Memorial 369/6

RAYMOND, William farmer Little Para Special Survey, in partnership with George MILES for 4 years paying every year in February 300 bushels of wheat ‘of good and approved quality’. 1845[-1850] Memorial 460/4

RAYMOND, William farmer Gawler Plains 1851[-1857] Memorial 309/33

RAYMOND, William farmer Salisbury 1854[-1860] Memorial 371/68

RAYMOND, William farmer Salisbury, died 1876 Memorial 125/294

RAYMOND, William Henry Inspector of Police Police Barracks North Tce Adelaide and RAYMOND, Samuel retired Methodist Minister Malvern 1908. Sons of William Raymond farmer Gawler Plains, who died 17/8/1876. He left his estate in trust for his wife, Mary Ann Raymond, during her lifetime, then to his children in remainder expectant. Mrs Raymond surrendered her life interest in 1907 Application 25439

RAYNARD, George carpenter Adelaide (Carrington St) 1839 Application 22396

RAYNE, John blacksmith Finniss Vale 1858 Memorial 229/139

No 1

RAYNE, Robert iron founder Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, England 1848 Memorial 404/12

RAYNE, Robert iron founder late of Newcastle on Tyne but now Esquire of St Helier Jersey CI, power of attorney to Lavington GLYDE commission agent Adelaide, to manage his SA estates11/12/1851 Deposit 212/OA

RAYNE, Robert gentleman St Helier, Jersey, Channel Islands 1853[-1855] Memorial 5/52

No 1

RAYNE, William Robert Esquire Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, England 1837[-1839] Memorial 73/3

RAYNE, William Robert [formerly Esquire Newcastle upon Tyne but now] now a bankrupt paper manufacturer Houghton, Yorks, England 1848 Memorial 404/12

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

RAYNE, William Robert gentleman Hindmarsh 1849 Memorial 341/17

RAYNE, William Robert gentleman [formerly of Hindmarsh but now of] Adelaide 1849[-1850] Memorial 341/17

RAYNE, William Robert lime burner Prospect 1850 Memorial 1/22

RAYNE, William Robert formerly lime burner Prospect but now gentleman 36 Victoria St, Bradford, Yorks, England 1857 Memorial 16/121

RAYNER, Amy Adelaide of Canowie 1886[-1887] Memorial 223/376

RAYNER, Ellen spinster Canowie. Hundred of Whyte land grant 1877 Grant Book 60 Page 52 County Victoria

No 1 - perhaps the same person

RAYNER, Fred farmer Canowie 1890 Memorial 50/405

RAYNER, Frederick grazier Hundred of Wonna 1895 Memorial 19/426

No 1

RAYNER, Frederick John butcher Noarlunga 1922 Application 27085

RAYNER, Frederick John butcher Noarlunga 1923[-1932] Memorial 112/488

No 1 - perhaps the same person

RAYNER, George of SA 1875 Memorial 63/287

RAYNER, George licensed victualler Adelaide (PT TA 139 White Horse Hotel Currie St) 1876 Memorial 53a/290

No 1

RAYNER, James Harrold farmer Marrabel on the Dirty Light Co Light. Hundred of Anne land grant 1868 Grant Book 60 Page 10 County Victoria

RAYNER, James Harrold farmer Canowie and Mary Rayner his wife nee Mary GAYLARD 1875 Memorial 68/285

RAYNER, James Harrold farmer Canowie Hundred of Whyte land grant 1877 Grant Book 60 Page 49 County Victoria

No 1 - perhaps the same person

RAYNER, John of Noarlunga 1853 Memorial 411/57

RAYNER, John farmer McLaren Vale 1881 Memorial 212/330

No 2

RAYNER, John mason Norwood 1854 Memorial 275/71

RAYNER, John mason [formerly of Norwood but now of] West Mitcham 1854 Memorial 420/76

RAYNER, John [formerly mason but now] quarryman West Mitcham 1854[-1871] Memorials 148/112, 490/78

RAYNER, John formerly labourer 1864 but now quarryman West Mitcham 1872 Application 12276

No 1 - perhaps the same person

RAYNER, John Henry farmer Carrieton 1885 Memorial 208/367

RAYNER, John Henry farmer Yanyarrie 1890 Memorial 105/402

No 1

RAYNER, Lionel Hedley labourer Noarlunga 1942 Memorial 183/516

RAYNER, Mavis Doreen, wife of Lionel Hedley Rayner of McLaren Vale, aged 45 in 1959, declared that she had been born on 1/2/1913 at Noarlunga and lived there until 1950 when she went to live at McLaren Vale. She was a great-granddaugter of Lucina Mary Ann DUNGEY of Noarlunga. Application 29391

RAYNER, Mary widow Noarlunga 1937, declared that she had lived in the Noarlunga district since 1894 Application 28086

No 1 – perhaps the same person FIND

RAYNER, Morris farmer Aberdeen near Kooringa. Hallett (Hundred of Hallett) township allotment land grant 1874 Grant Book 8 Page 281 County Burra

RAYNER, Morris clerk Aberdeen 1875[-1876] Memorial 172/286

RAYNER, Morris storekeeper Aberdeen 1881[-1888] Memorial  249/333

RAYNER, Mr labourer Pt Adelaide 1887 Application 21293

RAYNER, Percival Henry out of business Belair Rd, West Mitcham 1942, declared that he had been born on 3/11/1881 at West Mitcham, and had lived there all his life except for 2 years at Broken Hill NSW from when he was 18, and 5 years in Western Australia from when he was 21 Application 28310

RAYNER, Stanley H clerk Broken Hill NSW 1894 Memorial 66/421

RAYNER, William shipwright Pt Lincoln 1854 Memorial 438/63

No 1

RAYNER, William James farmer Angas Park 1852 Memorial 304/39

RAYNER, William James [formerly farmer Angas Park but now] teamster Nuriootpa 1853 Memorial 263/66

RAYNER, WIlliam James miller Angas Park 1853 Memorial 48/382

RAYNER, WIlliam James miller Angas Park 1855 Bought the Lyndoch flour mill (lots 5, 6-74, 75 Lyndoch township) for £100 from Benjamin DAVEY farmer Light Pass Memorial 260/94

RAYNER, William James miller Lyndoch Valley 1859 Memorial 163/151

RAYNER, William James miller Lyndoch 1865 Application 5912

RAYNER, William James miller near Marrabel on the Dirty Light 1867 Application 8674

RAYNER, William James miller Marrabel on the Dirty Light 1869 Memorial 39/243

RAYNER, William James farmer Canowie. Hundred of Whyte land grant 1878 Grant Book 60 Page 54 County Victoria

RAYNER, William James farmer Marrabel on the Dirty Light Co Light. Hundred of Whyte land grant 1881 Grant Book 60 Page 56 County Victoria

RAYNER, William James miller near Canowie 1883 Memorial 96/351

RAYNOLDS, Thomas farmer Hundred of Pt Adelaide [near Virginia] Memorial 202/103

RAYSON, Elizabeth Ann widow Littlehampton 1924 Memorial 64/491

No 1

RAYSON, Isaac farmer Pt Broughton 1896 Memorial 19/429

RAYSON, Isaac labourer Pt Broughton. Hundred of Mundoora land grant 1908 Grant Book 14 Page 273 County Daly

RAYSON, James saddler Pt Broughton. Hundred of Mundoora land grants 1907 Grant Book 14 Page 272 County Daly

RAYSON, Jane Ann spinster Dawesley 1896 Application 23108

No 1

RAYSON, John Simpson farmer Dawesley 1918 Memorial 68/477

RAYSON, John Simpson farmer formerly of Dawesley but now of Monteith 1921 Memorial 128/483

No 1

RAYSON, Joseph pianoforte maker Gawler and Diana Rayson his wife 1853 Memorial 83/52 Carpenter Gawler and Dianna Rayson his wife 1855 Memorial 323/86

RAYSON, Joseph carpenter Gawler and Diana Rayson his wife 1856[-1857] Memorial 86/107

RAYSON, Joseph pianoforte maker Gawler, died 1/4/1867 old age, aged 70 Application 8858

RAYSON, Samuel labourer Millicent Hundred of Mt Muirhead land grant 1898 Grant Book 31 Page 207 County Grey

No 1

READ, Ann widow Pine Forest near Adelaide linked with Robert TAYLOR farmer Long Valley near Strathalbyn 1857 Memorial 172/117

READ, Ann widow [formerly of the Pine Forest but now of] Long Valley near Strathalbyn still linked with Robert Taylor farmer Long Valley 1865 Application 6817

No 1

READ, Bert of Strathalbyn 1909 Memorial 63/462

READ, Bert law clerk Strathalbyn 1914 Memorial 101/470

READ, Bert law clerk to Messrs EJ TUCKER & Sons solicitors Strathalbyn 1920 Application 28862

READ, Bert clerk to EJ TUCKER solicitor Strathalbyn 1921 Memorial 69/484

READ, Bertie out of business Strathalbyn 1950 Application 28744

No 1

READ, Charles miner Kooringa. Wesleyan Methodist trustee 1848

Memorial 151/13

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

READ, Charles miner Wheal Barton 1854[-1858] Hundred of North Rhine land grant 1854 Memorial 25/68

READ, Charles yeoman Wheal Barton [near Truro] 1855[-1857] Memorial 472/90

No 3

READ, Charles farmer Alma Plains Co Gawler. Hundred of Bundaleer land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 74 County Victoria

READ, Charles farmer Georgetown. Hundred of Bundaleer land grant 1877 Grant Book 60 Page 355 County Victoria

READ, Charles farmer Gulnare. Hundred of Crystal Brook land grant 1879 Grant Book 60 Page 226 County Victoria

No 4

READ, Charles gardener Mitcham 1883 Application 19847

READ, Clarence Roy grazier Reedy Creek S-E changed his name to Clarence Roy CURPATRICK 1920 Memorial 55/481

READ, DM proclaimed bank manager Mt Barker 1951 Memorial 183/525

No 1

READ, Edward labourer Alberton 1873 Memorial 189/270

READ, Edward the Elder labourer formerly of Alberton 1858 but now of Adelaide 1874, linked with Edward Read the Younger clerk Rosewater Application 13418

No 1

READ, Frederick farmer Kuitpo 1851 Memorial 348/33

No 2

READ, Frederick gentleman Adelaide 1852 Memorial 139/44

READ, Frederick gentleman North Adelaide 1858 Memorial 169/145

READ, Frederick storekeeper North Adelaide 1865 Memorial 200/206

No 3

READ, Frederick farmer Waterloo Plains 1874 Memorial 234/273

No 4

READ, Frederick labourer Yunta Yunta township allotment land grant Co Herbert 1893 Grant Book 34 Page 165 County Herbert

No 5

READ, Frederick hotel assistant Eurelia became a bankrupt. Jabez Edwin THOMAS and Robert Moore STEELE accountants Adelaide, trustees of the assigned estate 1921 Grant Book 13 Page 387 County Dalhousie

No 1

READ, Frederick Thornton storekeeper Yanyarrie Whim Co Granville. Carrieton (Hundred of Eurelia) township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 13 Page 302 County Dalhousie

READ, Frederick Thornton of Carrieton 1881 Memorial 179/330

READ, Frederick Thornton storekeeper Carrieton trustee Carrieton Cemetery 1882 Grant Book 13 Page 381 County Dalhousie

READ, Frederick Thornton of Glenelg 1886 Memorial 232/380

No 1

READ, George carpenter Thebarton 1847 Memorial 140/9

READ, George cabinetmaker St Pancras, married Harriett NYE spinster St Pancras, on 28/1/1840 St Pancras Chichester Sussex parish church. The Reads emigrated to SA. George Read died 30/3/1856 Castlemaine Vic intestate. Inquest for the death. His estate to his eldest son and heir at law, Charles Read, born 19/11/1841 Light Square, Adelaide, by 1887 farmer Georgetown. Harriett Read had returned to England, where she died 18/11/1882 Hants, England Application 21246

No 1

READ, George Henry licensed victualler Tattersall's Hotel Adelaide (pt TA 77, 78 Hindley St) 1898 Memorial 19/436

READ, George Henry publican Exchange Hotel, Commercial Road, SA Company's reserve at Pt Adelaide 1907 Memorial 191/456

No 1

READ, George Septimus clerk Middleton 1863 Memorial 259/196

READ, George Septimus [formerly clerk Middleton but now] commission and shipping agent Pt Victor 1868[-1869] Memorial 125/236

READ, George Septimus formerly clerk Middleton 1863 but now agent Pt Victor 1869 Application 10260

READ, George Septimus agent Pt Victor Hundred of Encounter Bay land grant 1886[-1888] Grant Book 36 Page 84 County Hindmarsh

READ, Henry MA clerk in holy orders Mitcham 1875 Memorial 65/281

No 1

READ, James gardener Adelaide 1843 Memorial 160/27

No 2

READ, James yeoman Mitcham 1848 Memorial 65/12

READ, James gardener Mitcham 1850 Memorial 382/22

READ, James labourer Mitcham 1856[-1879] Memorial 275/105

READ, James wood merchant Mitcham 1861 Application 2037

READ, James labourer Mitcham, died 7/9/1881. Father of Charles Read gardener Mitcham, Nathaniel Read farmer Kadina, James Orchard Read quarryman Mitcham, Elizabeth BRENNAN wife of William Brennan storekeeper Huddersfield, Yorks, England

Memorials 68/346, 9/367

READ, James the Elder labourer Mitcham, died 7/9/1881. Charles Read gentleman Mitcham 1917, declared that he was the eldest son. Charles Read could not write. James Read had 4 children - Charles, Nathaniel, Elizabeth and James the Younger, who all had a share in their father's £100 estate Application 26483

No 3

READ, James labourer O’Halloran Hill 1849 Memorial 29/18

READ, James farmer Happy Valley 1857 Memorial 246/115

READ, James farmer Hurtle Vale 1880 Application 18396

READ, James formerly farmer Happy Valley but then out of business Bowden, died c1890. Bequests to Angelina WICKHAM wife of James Wickham labourer Brighton, Helen TALBOT widow Mt Gambier relict of the late Theophilus Talbot, Phoebe Talbot their daughter, Agnes MAKER widow Bowden, Moses WITTAKER farmer Happy Valley, Alfred John Charles Talbot and Henry William Talbot farmers Wallup Vic sons of Alfred Talbot farmer Curramulka Memorial 151/410

No 4 - perhaps the same person

READ, James Primitive Methodist Minister near Adelaide 1862 Memorial 227/185

READ, James Minister of the Gospel Mt Barker 1862 Memorial 147/304

No 5

READ, James farmer Hurtle Valley 1876[-1890] Memorial 181/288

No 6

READ, James carpenter Plympton. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1911 Grant Book 2 Page 20 County Adelaide

READ, James Fenn retired packer and storeman Chapel Road, Thebarton and Ethel May Read his wife 1956 Memorial 8/531

No 1

READ, James Orchard labourer Mitcham 1872[-1883] Memorial 191/262, Application 19847

READ, James Orchard quarryman Mitcham 1885[-1887] Memorial 9/367

No 1 - possibly the same person

READ, John farmer Peachey Belt 1857[-1875] Memorial 44/126

READ, John the Younger farmer Penfield and Elizabeth Read his wife formerly Elizabeth CLANCY widow of the late John Clancy formerly licensed victualler Penfield now deceased 1874 Memorial 46/276, Application 14279

No 2

READ, John of Johnburgh trustee Institute Johnburgh 1896 Grant Book 13 Page 312 County Dalhousie

No 3

READ, John painter Strathalbyn 1951 Application 28814.

READ, John retired painter 25 East Tce, Strathalbyn, aged 78 in 1972, declared that he came to live in Strathalbyn in 1920 Application 29839

No 1 - possibly the same person

READ, J Todd secretary of the SA Cooperative Society Ltd of Hindley St, Adelaide 1889 Memorial 114/397

READ, John Todd tobacconist Adelaide (King William St) 1894 Memorial 55/420

READ, Mark assistant to JG GIBBS undertaker Adelaide (Hindley St) 1853 Application 19783

READ, Mavis Muriel married woman Wellington East 1948 Application 28604

READ, Millicent spinster [usually] of March, Co Carleson, Canada West, but now of Bath, Somerset, England, power of attorney 20/8/1863 to Henry GILES and James SMITH merchants Adelaide, to manage her SA real estate, Section 151 Survey B, which George Augustus BRANSTON Esquire Ilfracombe, Devon, was transferring to her as a gift 13/12/1861, (and rented out to a person called BARNES), when he died 14/9/1862 intestate. When M Read first was to get the land, she was perhaps housekeeper for GA Branston at The Shrubbery, Southmolton, Devon. The SA agent, Charles Fenn, rented out the land for c£80 a year. On 5/3/1875, back in Canada, M Read authorised Giles and Smith to sell the land for not less than £800 Deposit 33/1874

No 1

READ, Moses farmer Long Valley near Strathalbyn 1864 Memorial 330/197

READ, Moses farmer Sandergrove near Strathalbyn 1865[-1872] Memorial 100/205

READ, Moses farmer Sandergrove 1868 Application 9603

READ, Moses farmer formerly of Long Valley 1864 but now of Sandergrove near Strathalbyn 1873 Application 13071

READ, Moses farmer Sandergrove Co Hindmarsh. Hundred of Yackamoorundie land grant 1879[-1880] Grant Book 56 Page 91 County Stanley

READ, Moses farmer Johnburg. Trustee a Chapel [perhaps at Johnburg?] 1891 Grant Book 13 Page 312 County Dalhousie

FIND – Is this the same person?? Moses & Moses Lindsay

READ, Moses Lindsay farmer Hundred of Oladdie Co Dalhousie 1885 Memorial 19/381

No 1

READ, Robert gentleman Pt Elliot 1856[-1859] Memorial 345/119

READ, Robert sergeant in the mounted police force Auburn 1861 Memorial 105/173

READ, Robert sergeant in the mounted police force Adelaide 1865 Memorial 150/206

READ, Robert police inspector Pt Adelaide, died 14/12/1870 at the Portland Estate intestate. His widow, Susan Ann Read, received letters of administration to settle the estate Memorial 167/269

READ, Susan Ann widow formerly of Pt Adelaide 1871 but now of West Mitcham 1873, relict of the late Robert Read formerly gentleman Pt Elliot 1859 then Inspector of Police Pt Adelaide who died 14/12/1870 Portland Estate intestate. Estate worth £400 Applications 13053 & 13109

No 2

READ, Robert yeoman Ryelands 1860 Application 1719

READ, Robert farmer Ryelands near Kapunda 1863[-1864] Memorial 210/200

READ, Robert overseer Ryelands near Kapunda 1864 Memorial 199/199

READ, Robert landowner Ryelands near Kapunda 1864 Application 5054

READ, Robert gentleman Kensington 1865 Application 6699

READ, Robert gentleman formerly of Co Light but now of Kensington 1868 Application 9349

READ, Mary Ann [sic Ann Maria] widow Kensington 1870 Application 10836

READ, Ann Maria widow North Kensington, about to marry Thomas WARD Esquire JP Adelaide. Marriage settlement - various property belonging to Ann Maria Read in the Hundred of Adelaide, in trust to her for life, then to her parents, George James KERWOOD and Maria Kerwood his wife, of Kensington, in trust for life, for an annuity of £52, then to her children, Annie Maria and Sarah Rose Read, by her late husband, Robert Read, absolutely in remainder expectant when they reach 21, except for the annuity to the Kerwoods. If the Read girls died before inheriting absolutely, the property to go to John, then Joseph Read, of near Aylesbury, Bucks, England, brothers to Robert Read, then to Ann Sabina JEANES sister to Ann Maria Read, then Richard Kerwood, brother to Ann Maria Read 30/4/1872. Trustees: Richard Kerwood builder Kensington, Henry HUGHES butcher Kensington, Charles Henry DALTON chemist Adelaide Deposit 62/1872

No 3

READ, Robert farmer Hundred of Dalkey trustee unnamed Chapel Hundred of Dalkey land grant 1880 Grant Book 26 Page 225 County Gawler

READ, Samuel merchant Adelaide (Gawler Place) 1854[-1856] Memorials 138/68, 254/97

No 1

READ, Thomas labourer Stepney 1854[-1884] Memorial 390/65

READ, Thomas labourer Stepney 1878 Application 16936.

READ, Thomas labourer Stepney 1885 Application 21490

No 2

READ, Thomas labourer Kooringa 1904 Memorial 219/451

READ, Thomas out of business Kooringa, died 29/8/1913. Husband of Mary Read. Step-father of Annie ROWE (later Annie GRIFFITHS married woman Aberdeen near Kooringa). Grandfather of Clara Read Memorial 184/492

READ, Thomas of Kooringa perhaps a cowkeeper 1913 was step-father of Annie GRIFFITHS, 28 domestic duties Kooringa, wife of Francis Barber GRIFFITHS 42 stone mason Redruth (Father: Charles Barber Griffiths). Mrs Griffiths took her step-father's name at the time of her wedding 6/5/1913. She had formerly been a Miss ROWE. The Griffiths lived in Aberdeen in 1926. Annie Griffiths's mother, Mary Read, died 13/1/1925 Burra Hospital, of cerebral haemorrhage, aged 83. Born in Liskard, Cornwall, England c1842, she had emigrated to SA c1863. 1 son deceased; 1 daughter living Application 27496

No 1 - perhaps the same person

READ, William mariner Pt Adelaide 1848 Memorial 129/12

READ, William sailor Adelaide, died c 1874 intestate Memorial 174/290

No 2

READ, William shoemaker Strathalbyn 1857 Memorial 288/114

READ, William shoemaker Strathalbyn 1860 Application 1762

No 3

READ, William labourer Adelaide 1866 Memorial 115/214

No 4

READ, William carpenter Adelaide, about to depart from Adelaide, power of attorney to his wife, Margaret Read, to manage his SA business affairs 10/2/1869 Deposit 104/1869

READ, William Gould labourer Hundred of Alma land grant 1878 Grant Book 26 Page 63 County Gawler

READ, William Henry farmer Oladdie 1888 Memorial 249/395

No 1

READE, Thomas Charles farmer Mt Rat 1871 Memorial 152/306

READE, Thomas Charles gentleman Mt Rat Yorke Peninsula 1876[-1882] Memorial 193/292

READE, Thomas Charles farmer Yorke Peninsula 1885 Memorial 27/371

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

READE, William Smith gentleman Adelaide 1854 Memorial 125/86

READE, William Smith [formerly gentleman Adelaide but now] licensed victualler Grace Darling Hotel Brighton 1857 Memorial 165/115

READE, William Smith [formerly licensed victualler Brighton but now] gentleman North Adelaide 1864 Memorial 170/218

READE, Mary of Adelaide 1873 Memorial 186/269

READE, William Smith police trooper Adelaide and Mary Reade his wife 1874 Application 13404

READE, WS publican Overland Corner Murray River 1874 Memorial 122/277

READE, William Smith farmer Wauraltee Pt Victoria township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 19 Page 205 County Fergusson

READEY, Samuel brickmaker Adelaide 1849 Memorial 470/17

No 1

READY, John bricklayer Adelaide 1838 Application 18073

READY, John bricklayer Adelaide 1840 Memorial 207/54

READY, John bricklayer Adelaide (Grenfell St) 1852 Memorial 208/54

READY, Timothy farmer Lower Wakefield Co Stanley. Hundred of Bundaleer land grant 1877 Grant Book 60 Page 360 County Victoria

REALFF, Joseph shoemaker Adelaide 1839 Application 20469

REAMSBOTTOM, Marie spinster Adelaide 1857[-1859] Memorial 175/143

No 1 - probably mixture of the Younger and the Third

REARDON, James [probably the Younger] carpenter Adelaide Dec 1838 [not in SA shipping lists as yet. Did his father Jas Reardon the Elder come as well??] Memorial 181/58

REARDON, James the Younger builder Adelaide Nov 1839 Application 7190.

REARDON, James [the Younger] carpenter formerly of Adelaide, but then of Collingwood Vic, died 20/12/1852. By 1876, James Edwin Reardon the Third warehouseman Melbourne Vic, eldest son and heir at law, had moved to Queensland to live for a time Memorial 240/364

REARDON, James Edwin formerly warehouseman Melbourne Vic now hotelkeeper Cooktown Qld 1879, declared that he was the eldest son of James Reardon carpenter formerly of Adelaide but then of Melbourne now deceased Application 25299

No 2

REARDON, James labourer Adelaide 1869 Memorial 65/236

REARDON, John of Kapunda 1863 Memorial 59/189

REARDON, Michael farmer Gawler 1853[-1854] Memorial 248/59

No 1 – perhaps the same person FIND

REARDON, Thomas of Pt Broughton 1900 Memorial 148/441

REARDON, Thomas farmer Peake. Hundred of Peake land grant 1910 Grant Book 6 Page 53 County Buccleuch

REASON, George Benjamin compositor Burra 1950 Memorial 192/524

No 1

REASON, William farmer Dry Creek 1847[-1867] Memorial 178/10

REASON, William yeoman Dry Creek 1860 Memorial 1/231

REASON, William pound keeper Dry Creek 1851[-1853] Memorial 21/38

REASON, William farmer Dry Creek, died c1868. He left his entire estate to George BEALE fellmonger Hindmarsh absolutely Memorial 2/231, Enrolment 14/49

REBBECK, Charles of Kapunda 1857 Memorial 5/127

No 1

REBBECK, Charles George cabinetmaker Gawler 1902 Memorial 66/446

REBBECK, Charles George cabinetmaker Murray St, Gawler 1908 Memorial 5/459

REBBECK, Charles George formerly cabinetmaker Gawler but now out of business North Unley 1927 Application 27562

RECHNER, Gustav Julis Lutheran minister Light Pass. Lake Killalpaninna Lutheran Mission trustee 1885 Memorial 153/378

No 1

RECORD, William shoemaker Adelaide 1846 Memorial 51/6 Butcher Gawler 1848 Memorial 293/13 Shoemaker Watervale 1851 Memorial 89/32

RECORD, William butcher Watervale 1852[-1857] Memorial 281/44

No 1 - perhaps the same person

REDDAN, Patrick farmer Kapunda 1854 Memorial 19/139

REDDAN, Patrick farmer Tothill Creek 1860 Memorial 238/197

REDDAN, Patrick farmer near Hamilton 1861 Application 2385

REDDAN, Patrick farmer Pekina and Bridget Reddan his wife 1887 Memorial 230/384

No 2

REDDAN, Patrick bus proprietor Kensington, died 1874. He bequeathed his estate in varying amount to his wife, Julia Reddan, and his daughter, Mary Esther Reddan. Executors: James Joseph MULLANEY dyer Adelaide, Henry HUGHES butcher Kensington and William Reddan gardener Rowlands Flat Memorial 144/278

REDDAN, Patrick bus proprietor Kensington, died 19/2/1874. Husband of Julia Reddan, who died 9/2/1888. Father of Mary Esther RIORDAN nee Reddan wife of William Riordan barman Kensington (marriage took place 30/12/1896). William Reddan formerly gardener Rowlands Flat but now of Narracoorte 1898. a brother of Patrick Reddan Memorial 129/435

REDDAN, Julia widow Kensington 1874 Memorial 90/273

REDDAN, Julia widow High St, Kensington relict of the late Patrick Reddan and mother of Mary Esther Reddan, died 1888. Executor; Henry HUGHES butcher Kensington Memorial 2/393

REDDAN, Patrick bus proprietor 51 High St, Kensington, died 19/2/1874. He left his wife, Julia Reddan, real estate in trust for life, then to his daughter, Mary Esther Reddan, absolutely in remainder expectant. If she died without heirs, the real estate to go to Patrick Reddan's brother under the same conditions. Mary Esther Reddan married William RIORDAN hotel assistant North Kensington on 30/12/1896 at St Ignatius, Norwood. One child of the marriage - Elizabeth Riordan, who married a Mr TEMBY (Hindley St, Adelaide 1950). Her father William Riordan died 11/7/1898. Mary Esther Riordan remarried to Francis Xavier FAY on 31/12/1905. Family - Eugene Patrick Fay (butcher 20 Seventh Ave Holmsdale/St Morris 1949), Francis John Fay (hotel proprietor Dunedin New Zealand 1949), Joseph Phillip Fay (contractor Bovril Estates Katherine River Northern Territor 1949), Mary Theresa GARNAUT (married woman 252 The Terrace, Pt Pirie 1949), and William Henry Fay (hotel manager Dunedin New Zealand 1949). Mary Esther Fay died 15/7/1943 intestate. Francis Xavier Fay died 5/2/1947 intestate Application 28687

No 1

REDDAWAY, George farmer White River Pt Lincoln 1867 Memorial 164/259 Stockholder Pt Lincoln 1872 Memorial 163/259

REDDAWAY, George farmer White River near Pt Lincoln 1875 Memorial 139/281

REDDAWAY, James grocer Kooringa 1860 Memorial 311/165

REDDAWAY, John Thomas linked with Section 125 Hundred of Ward Co Musgrave. He had died c1886 Memorial 58/381

REDDEN, Isaac farmer Millbrook 1893[-1914] Memorial 79/418

No 1

REDDEN, John farmer Talunga 1855 Memorial 160/84

REDDEN, John farmer Western Sources of the Torrens 1857 Memorial 34/118

REDDEN, John farmer Millbrook 1877 Application 15672

REDDEN, John market gardener Millbrook 1881 Application 18524

REDDEN, John farmer near Millbrook, died 8/11/1886 North Adelaide. Husband of Susannah Redden Memorial 125/381

REDDEN, Martin farmer Pekina trustee Orroroo and District Hospital 1923 Grant Book 13 Page 231 County Dalhousie

REDDEN, Michael farmer near Clare Co Stanley. Hundred of Black Rock Plain land grant 1880 Grant Book 13 Page 106 County Dalhousie

No 1

REDDEN, Moses Samuel gardener Millbrook linked with William Edward Redden timer hewer Collie coalfields WA 1906. By 1907, WE Redden was a sleeper hewer at Karridale WA Memorials 150-151/456

REDDEN, Moses Samuel the Elder gardener Cudlee Creek, died 9/3/1947 Gumerachal Hospital. Father of Ernest Adren Redden and Moses Samuel Redden the Younger farmers Cudlee Creek Memorial 139/521

REDDEN, Patrick farmer Sevenhill Co Stanley. Hundred of Black Rock Plain land grant 1883 Grant Book 13 Page 112 County Dalhousie

No 1

REDDEN, William carter Millbrook 1877 Application 15672

REDDEN, William farmer formerly of The Prairie but now of Forreston near Gumeracha linked with William John Redden gardener The Prairie. MS Redden mentioned but not described 1911 Memorial 163/465

REDDING, Arthur Edward farmer Moonta. Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1910 Grant Book 14 Page 281 County Daly

REDDING, Thomas Robert labourer Pt Lincoln 1939 Application 28206

REDEMSKI, Albert linked with Sections 132,133 Hundred of Bower Co Eyre 1885 Memorial 74/367

No 1

REDFERN/REDFIRN, Thomas of Littlehampton 1854 Memorial 194/77 Farmer Littlehampton 1855 Memorial 2/87

REDFIRN, Thomas gardener Grünthal 1861 Memorial 253/177

REDFORD, George farmer Encounter Bay 1858 Memorial 241/143

REDFORD, John labourer Adelaide Hundred of Mt Muirhead land grant 1881 Grant Book 31 Page 199 County Grey

REDGWELL, James labourer O'Halloran Hill and Louisa Redgwell his wife 1864 Memorial 31/199

No 1

REDIGER, Johann Gottfried farmer Sources of the Torrens 1855 Memorial 138/90

REDIGER, Johann Gottfried farmer Blumberg, died 1863. He left his entire estate in trust to his wife, Rosine Dorothea Rediger nee LACHMANN, for her life or until her remarriage. Then the real estate to be sold and all the children to receive an equal share, except for Siegmund Gotthilf Rediger, who was to get doube the amount. Only other child mentioned by name was Johann Friedrich Wilhelm Rediger Memorial 116/192

REDIN, Lillian Elizabeth Mary married woman Prospect 1913 Memorial 10/470

REDIN, Walter Newton journalist College Park 1906 Memorial 8/456

No 1

REDISH, Edward merchant Adelaide 1853 Memorial 183/60

REDISH, Edward merchant formerly of Adelaide 1853 but now of Liverpool, Lancs, England 1875 Application 14516

No 1

REDLICH, Christian farmer Gumeracha 1852[-1855] Memorial 372/40

REDLICH, Johann Christian 47 day labourer Lobethal married Hannah Dorothea WENZEL 42 widow Lobethal 19/1/1855 Lobethal Lutheran Church Pastor Fritzsche. Application 11754

REDLICH, Johanne Dorothea widowed WENZEL born HAMPEL, died c 1872. She left her entire estate to her husband, Johann Christian Redlich, absolutely. Julius Christian Friedrich DAVIDS cooper Lobethal the executor Memorial 74/261

REDMAN, David contractor Hill End near Moe Gippsland Vic and Harriet Redman his wife 1904 Memorial 27/451

REDMAN, David Stott the Younger boatman Kingston Rosetown (Hundred of Lacepede) township allotment land grant 1877 Grant Book 29 Page 216 County MacDonnell

No 1

REDMAN, Frederick cook Adelaide 1857 Memorial 29/123

REDMAN, Frederick labourer Norwood 1861 Memorial 200/172

REDMAN, Frederick [formerly labourer Norwood but now] licensed victualler Adelaide (Sir John Barleycorn Hotel Rundle St) 1863[-1867] Memorials 273/189, 52/224

REDMAN, Frederick formerly cook 1857 but now licensed victualler Adelaide 1865 Application 5882

REDMAN, Harriet widow Glenelg 1923 Memorial 124/487

REDMAN, Herbert grazier Kingston S-E. Kingston Methodist Church trustee 1948 Memorial 41/523

REDMAN, James Johnston solicitor Adelaide (16 Pirie St), a member of the firm of FINLAYSON, PHILLIPS, ASTLEY & HAYWARD1946 Application 28453

No 1 – perhaps the same person

REDMAN, John labourer Lucindale Lucindale (Hundred of Joyce) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 50 Page 133 County Robe

REDMAN, John railway ganger Stewart Range Hundred of Naracoorte land grant 1900 Grant Book 50 Page 118 County Robe

REDMAN, John William Joseph packer Lameroo. Hundred of Bews land grant 1910 Grant Book 12 Page 6 County Chandos

REDMAN, Joseph carpenter Mt Torrens 1867 Memorial 186/222

REDMAN, Julia widow Lucindale [Mrs Walter Redman nee Julia GATES] Lucindale (Hundred of Joyce) township allotment land grant 1879 Grant Book 50 Page 133a County Robe

REDMAN, Maximillian Louis storekeeper Adelaide 1854 Application 10724

REDMAN, Milton engineer Kingston S-E 1915[-1918] Memorial 42/473

No 1

REDMAN, Robert farmer Kenton Valley 1856 Memorial 60/21 Farmer Gumeracha 1858 Memorial 61/217 Contractor Pt Elliot 1866 Memorial 117/217

REDMAN, Robert contractor Pt Elliot 1863[-1864] Memorial 32/191

No 2

REDMAN, Robert contractor Kingston Minlaton township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 19 Page 194 County Fergusson

No 3 – perhaps the same person

REDMAN, Robert contractor Norwood Rosetown (Hundred of Lacepede) township allotment land grant 1877 Grant Book 29 Page 219 County MacDonnell

REDMAN, Robert contractor Gladstone Hundred of Joyce land grant 1882 Grant Book 51 Page 8 County Robe

No 4

REDMAN, Robert of Adelaide 1890 Memorial 165/401

No 1

REDMAN, Thomas contractor Kingston S-E Hundred of Lacepede land grant 1880 Grant Book 46 Page 8 County MacDonnell

REDMAN, Thomas overseer of works Kingston S-E 1897[-1903] Memorials 131/430 & 207/447

REDMAN, Thomas stockholder Kingston S-E 1900 Memorial 228/441

No 2 – perhaps the same person

REDMAN, Thomas storekeeper Tailem Bend 1885 Memorial 124/371

REDMAN, Thomas commission agent Robe 1892 Memorial 190/414

REDMOND, Elizabeth spinster Echunga, died 21/7/1912 Grant Book 2 Page 106 County Adelaide

No 1

REDMOND, Patrick farmer Old Dairy near Echunga 1853 Memorial 1/48

REDMOND, Patrick labourer Echunga 1853 Memorial 481/55

REDMOND, Patrick farmer Echunga 1859 Memorial 97/154

REDMOND, Patrick farmer Echunga, died c1905. Husband of Phoebe Redmond now deceased. Father of Monica Phoebe KAVANAGH wife of :Patrick Kavanagh farmer Echunga the only surviving child. Apparently Margaret Marie Redmond and Elizabeth Ann Redmond spinsters Echunga were other children who had already died Memorials 26 - 28/453

REDMOND, Patrick full bachelor Echunga married Phoebe HAGEN widow (Father George BUREY) on 15/2/1857 Mt Barker RC Church. Witnesses: Patrick bachelor and Bridget Bourke spinster Echunga. Paatrick Redmond farmer Echunga, died 12/7/1876, of pneumonia, aged 60. His nephew Michael KAVANAGH of Echunga notified the death Application 21317

REDMOND, Patrick farmer Echunga, died 12/7/1876 intestate. His wife Phoebe Redmond died without exercising letters of admistration to finalise the estate. Further letters of administration 12/4/1905 to Monica Phoebe KAVANAGH wife of Patrick Kavanagh farmer Echunga.She was the only child of Patrick and Phoebe Redmond. Estate worth £200 Application 24974

REDPATH, Brian Donald accountant 61 Alpha Road, Prospect 1952 Memorial 140/527

REDPATH, George publican Adelaide 1893 Memorial 131/421

REDPATH, Walter of Walkerville 1885 Memorial 71/365

REDSHAW, John clerk Alberton Yunta township allotment land grant Co Herbert 1887 Grant Book 34 Page 164 County Herbert

REDWAY, Abraham labourer Le Fevre Peninsula 1863 Memorial 51/190

No 1 - probably the same person

REECE, George blacksmith Clare 1867 Application 8409

REECE, George blacksmith Clare 1869 Memorial 58/241

REECE, George & William coachmakers Clare 1876[-1881] Memorial 149/291

REECE, George coachbuilder Clare Hundred of Booleroo land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 621 County Frome

REECE, George and William farmers Booleroo Hundred of Booleroo land grant 1880 Grant Book 24 Page 620 County Frome

REECE, George farmer Booleroo Booleroo township allotment land grant 1894 Grant Book 24 Page 583 County Frome

REECE, William coachbuilder Clare Hundred of Booleroo land grant 1881[-1882] Grant Book 24 Page 622 County Frome

No 1

REED, Allen Ivier farmer Adelaide 1919[-1920] Memorial 122/478

REED, Allen Ivier farmer formerly of Adelaide but now of Kapunda 1954 Memorial 187/528

REED, Annie spinster Wandilla. Hundred of Mongolata land grant 1884 Grant Book 9 Page 119 County Burra

REED, Arthur B clerk Narracoorte 1884 Memorial 63/357

No 1

REED, Arthur Whitney storekeeper's assistant Hammond 1886 Memorial 167/378

REED, Arthur Whitney clerk Hammond 1887 Memorial 204/383

No 1

REED, Benjamin Riley gentleman formerly of Adelaide, but now residing in England 1845[-1847] Memorial 126/5

REED, Benjamin Riley licensed victualler Portland Estate 1860[-1867] Memorials 46/169, 98/218, Application 4484

REED, Benjamin Riley formerly licensed victualler Portland Estate but now gentleman England 1869 Memorial 143/236, Application 7176

REED, Benjamin Riley silversmith and jeweller Cambridge, Co Cambridge, England, power of attorney to Frederick FORWOOD surgeon Pt Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 27/8/1868. BR Reed died 1877/1878. His executors, Thomas REED silversmith and jeweller Cambridge, Co Cambridge, and Samuel PRESTON gentleman Reading, Berks, England, gave power of attorney to James Edwin DEMPSTER Esquire Pt Adelaide, to sell the SA real estate and wind up the business affairs of BR Reed 14/2/1878 Deposits 187/1867, 258/1878

REED, Clara Ethel spinster Aberdeen near Kooringa 1913 Memorial 21/468

REED, Clifton Berry lockmaster Lock 6 via Renmark 1948 Memorial 82/523

No 1

REED, D undertaker Goolwa 1927 Application 27707

REED, David carpenter Goolwa, aged 86 in 1959, declared that he had lived in Goolwa all his life Application 29333

REED, Edmund James, REED, John Alexander and REED, Richard Malcolm graziers Aberdeen 1947 Application 28548

No 1

REED, Emma Dorothea married woman Aberdeen 1939, declared that she had lived in the district for over 30 years Application 28213

REED, Emma Dorothy married woman Burra North (formerly Aberdeen) 1954 Application 29041

REED, Francis labourer Mundoora. Hundred of Mundoora land grant 1906[-1907] Grant Book 14 Page 272 County Daly

No 1

REED, Geoffrey S clerk to Thomas Corin & WC HOLLAND solicitors Adelaide 1911 Memorial 8/479

REED, Geoffrey S clerk to Thomas C HOLLAND solicitor Adelaide 1917 Memorial 63/487

REED, Geoffrey Sandford solicitor Adelaide (Exchange Buildings Pirie St) 1924 Memorial 22/494

No 1

REED, George farmer Heathpool 1859[-1862] Memorial 314/158

REED, George farmer Heathpool near Marryatville 1862 Application 3692

No 1

REED, George Lancelot clerk Adelaide Hundred of Dalrymple land grant 1876 Grant Book 19 Page 135 County Fergusson

REED, George Lancelot of Heathpool Kensington linked with Gilbert William Reed no description 1886 Memorial 199/377

REED, George Lancelot gentleman Adelaide 1892 Memorial 1/413

No 1

REED, Gideon James farmer Broughton (later called Redhill) Hundred of Koolunga land grant 1880 Grant Book 55 Page 189 County Stanley

REED, Gideon James farmer Broughton (later called Redhill) Hundred of Yackamoorundie land grant 1881 Grant Book 56 Page 95 County Stanley

REED, Gideon James farmer near Strathalbyn 1898[-1905] Memorial 227/434

REED, Gilbert William linked with Section 321s Hundred of Dalrymple Co Fergusson 1883[-1883] Memorial 208/346

No 1

REED, James quarryman Willunga 1867 Application 8680

No 2

REED, James farmer near Kooringa. Hundred of Kingston land grant 1868 Grant Book 8 Page 176 County Burra

No 3

REED, James farmer near Redruth 1903[-1929] Memorial 148/450

No 4

REED, James tanner Hindmarsh 1873 Memorial 129/267

No 4

REED, James no description. Husband of Keziah Reed. Father of Joseph Reed, Thirza Reed, Sarah Reed, Mary Reed, Annie Reed, William Reed and Christina Reed 1874 Memorial 151/275

No 5

REED, James farmer Hurtle Vale 1875 Memorial 131/286

No 6

sREED, James gentleman Adelaide 1878 Memorial 61/308

No 7

REED, James sheepfarmer Wandillah near Kooringa 1910[-1913] Memorial 180/463

REED, James sheepfarmer Wandillah near Burra, died 25/9/1932 Aberdeen near Kooringa. Husband of Elizabeth Chatterton Reed. Father of Edmund James Reed, John Alexander Reed, Richard Malcolm Reed, Clarice Amy Reed and Nellie Norma Reed. Employer of Albert Ernest OPPERMANN station hand Kooringa, James DUNNING station hand Aberdeen near Kooringa, and John PENS station hand Hallett Memorial 13/507

No 8

REED, James sheepfarmer Aberdeen near Kooringa 1922 Memorial 78/488

No 1

REED, James Stevens miner Lostwithiel near Kooringa 1859 Memorial 255/156

REED, James Stevens [formerly miner Lostwithiel but now] licensed victualler Aberdeen near Kooringa 1859 Memorial 192/269

No 1

REED, John miner Burra 1853 Memorial 204/60

REED, John licensed victualler Nonmus Inn, Section 1079 Co Light 1854[-1855] Memorial 167/73

REED, John farmer Tothill Creek 1860[-1870] Memorial 310/164

No 2

REED, John labourer Pt Adelaide 1853 Memorial 316/57

REED, John shipwright Pt Adelaide 1854 Application 20000

REED, John shipwright Pt Adelaide 1855 Memorial 490/87

REED, John formerly shipwright Pt Adelaide but now of Emerald Hill Vic 1877 Memorial 67/302

No 3

REED, John miner Lostwithiel 1859[-1863] Memorial 254/159

No 4

REED, John mason Gawler 1859 Memorial 140/154

REED, John mason Gawler South 1859 Memorial 326/159

No 5

REED, John farmer Greens Plains. Paskeville (Hundred of Kulpara) township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 14 Page 207 County Daly

REED, John farmer Greens Plains East 1886 Memorial 17/377

No 6

REED, John farmer Koolunga Hundred of Yackamoorundie land grant 1881 Grant Book 56 Page 95 County Stanley

No 7

REED, Jonh farmer Hundred of Baldina 1887 Memorial 211/381

No 8

REED, John farmer Oladdie 1896 Memorial 36/427

No 9

REED, John sheepfarmer Gawler linked with Richard Reed (formerly the Younger) sheepfarmer Aberdeen near Kooringa and Mary Reed his wife 1933 Memorials 64 & 67/507

No 1

REED, John Stevens licensed victualler Adelaide 1855 Memorial 399/92

REED, John Stevens licensed victualler Kooringa 1857 Memorial 86/129

REED, John Stevens licensed victualler Aberdeen 1858[-1859] Memorial 60/152

REED, John Stevens wood contractor Aberdeen near Kooringa. Hundred of Kingston land grant 1864 Grant Book 8 Page 152 County Burra

REED, John Stevens of Lostwithiel Co Burra, died 1872. He left land in the Hundred of Kingston and the White Hart Inn at Aberdeen, to his wife [unnamed] in trust during her lifetime, then to Sarah Reed in remainder expectant absolutey, wife of the testator's late son, James Reed. [Apparently some other bequests as well] Memorial 10/260

REED, John Stevens gentleman Lostwithiel near Kooringa, died 22/5/1872. Husband of Mary Ann Reed. Father of Richard Reed, Ann BRAY, Jonathan Reed, Thomas Reed, Jane LOWE, James Reed (deceased - widow Sarah Reed; children Mary Ann Reed, Jessie Reed and James Reed). JS Reed owned the White Hart Inn at Aberdeen near Kooringa Memorial 46/508

REED, John Stevens of Lostwithiel, near Burra, died c1870. He left all his personal estate to his wife, Mary Ann Reed absolutely. He left his inn the White Hart Inn, at Aberdeen, in trust for his wife for life, to provide her with an income of £1 per week per year for life, and allow her to live in his present home free of expense for maintenance. After she died, the hotel to go to their son, Richard Reed absolutely in remainder expectant. He had to pay legacies to his sisters Ann BRAY and Jane LOWE, and his grandchildren, from his deceased son, James Reed - Mary Ann Reed, Jessie Reed and James Reed the Younger, plus the house in which he lived at the time of his death. Trustees Thomas BATH storekeeper Kooringa and Augustus Highmore FORDER Clerk of the Local Court Redruth, also Secretary of the Redruth and Burra Permanent Building Society Application 17472

REED, John Stevens gentleman Lostwithiel Co Burra, died 1/7/1872. Estate worth £50. His wife, Mary Ann Reed, died 27/1/1889. Their son, Richard Reed the Elder sheep farmer Aberdeen, died 17/4/1930. His sons called Richard Reed the Younger and James sheep farmers Aberdeen, and John Reed sheep farmer Gawler. His daughters called Clara Ethel GARE married woman Aberdeen, Elizabeth Jane BARTHOLOMAEUS and Annie SARA 1930 Application 27972

REED, Joseph Werg accountant Marryatville 1885 Memorial 34/369

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

REED, Richard farmer Redruth near Kooringa. Hundred of Kingston land grant 1871 Grant Book 8 Page 175 County Burra

REED, Richard sheep farmer Copperhouse near Kooringa 1873 Memorial 143/269

REED, Richard the Elder sheepfarmer Aberdeen near Kooringa 1897 Memorial 21/433

REED, Richard grazier Aberdeen near Kooringa 1898 Memorial 237/436, Application 23686

REED, Richard the Elder sheepfarmer Aberdeen near Kooringa and Richard Reed the Younger sheepfarmer Redruth near Kooringa 1902 Memorial 10/445

REED, Richard the Younger sheepfarmer Aberdeen near Kooringa 1911[-1914] Memorial 9/465

REED, Richard out of business Aberdeen near Kooringa 1921 [-1922]Memorial 177/482

REED, Richard formerly sheepfarmer but now gentleman Redruth near Kooringa 1923 Memorial 118/487

REED, Richard retired station owner Aberdeen 1926, declared that he was 90 years old and had lived at Aberdeen for 79 years Application 27481

REED, Richard sheep farmer Aberdeen 1929 Application 27753

REED, Richard the Younger grazier Aberdeen 1933, declared that he had been born on 9/10/1864 and had lived his whole life in the Burra district. His wife was called Mary Reed. His father Richard Reed the Elder grazier Aberdeen, had died 17/4/1930 Application 27932

REED, Richard sheep farmer Aberdeen 1953, declared that he had lived in Burra for over 50 years. Annie SARA widow Aberdeen was his sister Application 28924

REED, Mary wife of Richard Reed sheep farmer Aberdeen, mother of Frank Henwood Reed grazier Burra and mother-in-law to Emma Dorothy Reed married woman Aberdeen 1948 Application 28611

No 2

REED, Richard of Greens Plains sold his share in the Orlando Mine 1872 Memorial 99/263

REED, Richard Phillips farmer Coonatto Co Frome. Hawker (Hundred of Wonoka) township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 5 Page 12 County Blachford

No 1

REED, Risdon D clerk to Messrs BAKEWELL & DALY solicitors Adelaide 1868 Memorial 116/230

REED, Risdon D of City Chambers, Adelaide 1868[-1869] Memorial 22/236

REED, Risden D clerk to Messrs SCOTT & BAKEWELL solicitors Adelaide 1872 Memorial 250/259

REED, Risdon Darracott solicitor Adelaide 1873 Memorial 17/272

REED, Rose widow Dry Creek 1859 Memorial 228/158

No 1

REED, Samuel of McLaren Vale 1850 Memorial 399/27

REED, Samuel of McLaren Vale formerly Captain HM 32nd Regiment 1851 Memorial 451/34

REED, Samuel Captain of Yankalilla died intestate, with his estate going to his eldest brother, John Stephen McKenzie REED cotton broker Liverpool, Lancs, England. Power of attorney to Young Bingham HUTCHINSON Esquire Pt Elliot, to take possession of all documents in the estate and settle the estate, and sell any real estate 2/1/1854 Deposit 194/OA

REED, Samuel the Younger born 17/8/1811 Deal, Kent, where his father, Samuel Reed the Elder was a Captain of HM 71st Infantry Regiment then quartered at Walmer Castle. The family went to France, where the second son, John Stephen McKenzie Reed, was born at Versailles in 1815, where the 71st Regiment was part of the Army of Occupation. Thomas Reed born at Mollingham in France in 1819. The youngest son, Edward Thomas Fisher Reed, was born in March 1822 at Castletown on the Isle of Man. The parents, Samuel Reed and Frances PARKER, married 5/12/1808 at St Ann's parish church in Dublin, Ireland. Samuel Reed the Younger emigrated to SA in 1849. Mrs Reed and her brother, John Parker the Younger (of Mountenilick??, Queens Co 1855), were children of the late John Parker the Elder, formerly of Grafton St, Dublin. John Parker the Younger gave the above information. In August 1854, Robert THORNBER gentleman Mitcham declared that he had last seen Samuel Reed the Younger (commonly called Captain Reed) formerly of McLaren Vale, 'alive at Mrs Henry's Boarding House at Forest Creek Vic … in the agonies of death', where he died the same day, on 3/1/1853 Deposits 68 & 69/1856 FIND - check spelling

REED, Sydney John storeman Main Rd, Virginia 1960 Application 29379

No 1

REED, Terence farmer Para Plains 1847 Memorial 30/10

REED, Terence farmer Gilbert River 1861 Memorial 25/176

No 2

REED, Terence of pt Section 5035 Hundred of Pt Adelaide 1854 Memorial 391/64

No 1

REED, Thomas miner Kanmantoo 1850 Memorial 324/27

REED, Thomas farmer Nairne 1853[-1856] Memorial 87/49

REED, Thomas miller Nairne 1858 Memorial 29/147

REED, Thomas farmer Murray River 1859 Memorial 28/161

REED, Thomas stockholder Nairne. His 8-eight acre farm (Pt Section 5401 with a house and garden and a new house in course of erection) on the western side of the Nairne-Mt Barker Mount road known as the Reed Estate 1860 Memorial 12/168

REED, Thomas farmer formerly of Nairne 1855 but now of Kapunda 1866 Application 7041

REED, Thomas farmer formerly of near Nairne 1853 but now of near Kapunda 1868 Application 9277

No 2 – the Elder

REED, Thomas farmer Broughton (later called Redhill) trustee unnamed School Hundred of Koolunga Hundred of Koolunga land grant 1872 Grant Book 55 Page 180 County Stanley

REED, Thomas farmer Blyth Plains Hundred of Koolunga land grant 1875[-1879] Grant Book 55 Page 181 County Stanley

REED, Thomas farmer Blyth Plains Co Stanley. Hundred of Narridy land grant 1877[-1881] Grant Book 60 Page 255 County Victoria

REED, Thomas farmer Koolunga 1880 Memorial 30/322

No 3 – the Younger

REED, Thomas the Younger farmer The Broughton Hundred of Barunga land grant 1878 Grant Book 14 Page 459 County Daly

REED, Thomas farmer Barunga 1881 Application 18412

No 4

REED, Thomas labourer Mallala 1876[-1891] Memorial 54/295

No 5

REED, Thomas labourer Stepney 1877 Application 16460

No 6 - perhaps the same person; perhaps a mixture of the Elder and the Younger

REED, Thomas farmer Cradock Co Granville. Hundred of Wonoka land grant 1885 Grant Book 5 Page 29 County Blachford

REED, Thomas and William Phillips Reed auctioneers Hawker. Hundred of Wonoka land grant 1885 Grant Book 5 Page 29 County Blachford

REED, Thomas the Younger auctioneer Cradock 1886[-1887] Memorial 165/380

REED, Thomas auctioneer Clare 1891 Memorial 194/407

No 1

REED, Thomas Sadler gentleman Adelaide linked with Risdon D Reed solicitor Adelaide 1873 Memorial 48/269

REED, Thomas Sadler chairman of the SA Destitute Board 1882[-1888] Memorial 204/343, Application 21509

REED, Thomas Sadler gentleman Adelaide, formerly Chairman of the Destitute Board of SA 1889 Memorial 219/396

No 1

REED, Walter D clerk to Messrs BAYNTON & PIZEY land agents Adelaide 1874 Memorial 113/275

REED, Walter D land agent Adelaide 1880[-1886] Memorial 123/324

REED, Walter Douglas agent Adelaide 1882 auctioneer late 1882 Application 19401

REED, Walter Douglas gentleman Adelaide 1877 Grant Book 13 Page 11 County Dalhousie

REED, Walter Douglas gentleman Adelaide Lucindale (Hundred of Joyce) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 50 Page 132a County Robe

REED, Walter Douglas land agent Adelaide Co Adelaide. Sapphiretown (Hundred of Dudley) township allotment land grant 1878[-1880] Grant Book 11 Page 3 County Carnarvon

REED, Walter Douglas agent Adelaide Co Adelaide. Dublin (Hundred of Dublin) township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 27 Page 485 County Gawler

REED, Walter D licensed land broker Adelaide 1886 Application 21021

REED, Walter Douglas accountant Adelaide 1920[-1924] Application 27452

REED, Walter Douglas formerly accountant Adelaide but now out of business Unley 1939 Application 28216

No 1 - perhaps the same person

REED, William labourer Adelaide 1841 Application 22320

REED, William labourer Bowden 1853[-1857] Memorial 13/57

No 2

REED, William gentleman McLaren Vale 1859 Memorial 105/159

REED, William shoemaker McLaren Vale 1864 Application 5552

No 3

REED, William Wesleyan Minister Pt Pirie 1891 Application 22101

REED, William Methodist minister Prospect and Elizabeth Reed his wife 1903 Memorial 234/448

REED, William John Nettle storekeeper Kadina 1889 Memorial 1/398

No 1

REED, William Phillips 23 bachelor farmer Watervale (Father: Thomas Reed) married Caroline SOLLY 25 spinster Watervale (Father: Reuben Solly) on 11/7/1877 Auburn Bible Christian Chapel. Minister: Thomas HILLMAN. Witnesses: Reuben Solly farmer Watervale and Louisa Solly. By 1911, WP Reed was a licensed victualler Hawker. His wife, Caroline Reed, died 22/5/1890 Application 26084

REED, William Phillips farmer Broughton (later called Redhill) Co Daly. Hundred of Koolunga land grant 1879 Grant Book 55 Page 186 County Stanley

REED, William Phillips auctioneer Hawker 1886[-1887] Memorial 235/373

REED, William Phillips farmer Hawker Hundred of Arkaba land grant 1912 Grant Book 33 Page 8 County Hanson

REED, William Phillips licensed victualler Hawker 1890[-1912]. His wife, Caroline Reed, died 22/5/1890 intestate. Estate worth £348 Memorial 133/466

No 1

REEDIE, John farmer Reedbeds 1852 Memorial 227/44

REEDIE, John merchant Reedbeds 1854 Memorial 445/74

REEDIE, John gentleman formerly farmer Reedbeds but now gentleman East Newton Chance Inn, Co Forfar, Scotland 1861 [WilliamAnderson hotelkeeper Arbroath, Co Forfar, witnessed his signature. Was he connected to the SA Anderson family of hotelkeepers? In Application 27086, he testified that he had known J Reedie to be a farmer at Bucklirie Co Fife, Scotland, before the latter emigrated to SA] Memorial 36/185

REEDMAN, Sidney baker Ford St, Gawler 1923 Memorial 147/488

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

REEDS, William labourer Little Para 1844 Memorial 182/4 Farmer Houghton 1847[-1857] Memorial 233/8

REEDS, William the Younger farmer Houghton 1855 Memorial 78/90

REEDS, William butcher Houghton 1855 Memorial 480/82

REEDS, William of Houghton foundation trustee Pt Section 5459 Hundred of Yatala 'a place of interment for the dead of all denominations' 1855 Grant Book 1 Page 77 County Adelaide

REEDS, William gardener Houghton 1859 Application 517

REEDS, William the Elder gentleman Houghton 1861 Application 2179

REEDS, William gentleman formerly of Houghton but then of Brighton, died 3/1/1873 Memorial 52/265

REEDS, William landholder Brighton died c1872. Husband of Susan Reeds Enrolment 8/51

REEDY, Caroline widow Norwood 1871 Memorial 100/254

REEDY, Samuel farmer Virginia Hundred of Dalkey land grant 1882 Grant Book 26 Page 240 County Gawler

REEK, Friedrich Wilhelm August surgeon Mt Torrens 1857 Memorial 154/115

REEK, Joseph builder Morphett Vale 1874 Memorial 110/273

REES, Ashley Pegler storekeeper Caliph 1934 Memorial 21/508

REES, Daniel labourer Apoinga Hundred of Waterloo 1861[-1897] Memorial 75/172

No 1

REES, David William plate layer Woodville and Eliza Rees his wife nee SHIPTON 1895 Memorial 231/425

REES, Eliza widow Charles St, Woodville 1904 Application 24760

No 1

REES, John blacksmith Koonamore Station, Mt Victor 1879 Memorial 65/316

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

REES, John blacksmith Eurelia 1897 Memorial 95/431

REES, Oakleigh Franklin tailor Bordertown. Bordertown (Hundred of Tatiara) township allotment land grant 1912 Grant Book 7 Page 148 County Buckingham

No 1

REES, Rees engineer Kapunda 1884 Application 20189

REES, Rees and JAMES, David ironfounders Kapunda 1903 Application 24657

REES, Rees engineer Kapunda 1925, declared that he had married a daughter of Paul Martin HARVEY miner Helston, Kapunda who died 21/10/1867 Application 27181

REES, Rees ironfounder Kapunda 1904[-1920] Memorial 86/452

REES, Rees Coventry builder New Thebarton Co Adelaide. Hawker (Hundred of Wonoka) township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 5 Page 12 County Blachford

No 1

REES, Richard farmer Gawler 1854 Memorial 388/66

REES, Richard farmer Hundred of Gilbert 1857 Memorial 132/120

REES, Richard farmer Butcher Gap near Kapunda 1859[-1861] Memorial 183/159

REES, Richard farmer Butcher Gap near Marrabel on the Dirty Light 1865[-1875] Memorial 21/208

REES, Richard farmer formerly of Butcher Gap near Kapunda but now of Marrabel on the Dirty Light 1875 Memorial 148/282

REES, Richard farmer Steelton on the Dirty Light, died 10/3/1879 intestate. Letters of administration to his widow, Christina Rees, to settle the estate Memorial 228/395

REES, Christina, widow of Richard Rees farmer Marrabel 1889. Martha and David Rees no description also mentioned Application 21696

REES, Rowland JP of Adelaide 1876 Memorial 6/288

REES, Thomas the Younger miner Kapunda 1874 Application 13694

REES, William miner Kapunda 1865 Application 6383

No 1

REES, William John farmer Wallaroo. Hundred of Tickera land grant 1905 Grant Book 14 Page 219 County Daly

No 2

REES, William John secretary 34 Hurtle St, West Croydon Secretary of Wadlow Ltd timber merchants, corner of Coberg and William St, Alberton, adjoining the Alberton Cemetery 1958 Application 29301

No 1

REESE, Friedrich Anton Conrad carpenter Adelaide 1853 Memorial 292/49

REESE, Conrad Friedrich Anton builder Adelaide 1874 Memorial 212/291

REESE, George Frederick mason Richmond. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1912 Grant Book 2 Page 22 County Adelaide

REEVE, Caroline Amelia spinster Adelaide 1853 Memorial 329/56

REEVE, Charles of Robe 1859 Memorial 185/151

No 1 - probably the same person

REEVES, Alfred brickmaker Hindmarsh 1854 Memorial 69/69

REEVES, Alfred brickmaker Brompton 1873[-1893] Memorial 133/266, Application 22461

REEVES, Alfred William brushmaker Brompton 1885 Application 20469

No 1

REEVES, Augustus Samuel Henry the Younger of Kingscote Kangaroo Island 1886 Memorial 81/381

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

REEVES, Augustus Samuel Henry of Reynella 1903 Memorial 28/450

REEVES, Austin wood and coal merchant Brompton linked with Frederick George Reeves nurseryman Hindmarsh and Edith Maria Reeves his wife 1890[-1891] Memorial 89/401

REEVES, Austin wood and coal merchant Brompton 1910 Application 25934

No 1

REEVES, Charles gentleman Guichen Bay 1856 Memorial 287/97

REEVES, Charles gentleman Robe laid out the township of Syleham on pt Section 219 in 1856 Application 14055

REEVES, Charles gentleman Robe 1856[-1859] Memorial 215/102

REEVES, Charles Robert clerk Adelaide 1878 Memorial 173/306

REEVES, Edward professor of elocution Unley 1916, and Louisa Adeline Reeves, his wife. They rented premises in Unley to Miss DEENE dressmaker and milliner Unley Rd Application 26554

No 1

REEVES, Edwin fellmonger Hindmarsh 1878 Memorial 107/307

REEVES, Edwin labourer Hindmarsh 1885 Application 20469

REEVES, Edwin labourer Hindmarsh 1888[-1896] Memorial 40/394

No 1

REEVES, Frederick gardener Hindmarsh 1873[-1880] Memorial 216/265

REEVES, Frederick of Holden St, Hindmarsh 1877 Application 16351

No 1

REEVES, Frederick George market gardener Hindmarsh 1878 Memorial 221/310

REEVES, Frederick George nurseryman Hindmarsh 1885[-1890] Memorial 73/364

REEVES, Frederick George gardener Hindmarsh 1890 Memorial 29/406, Application 21950

REEVES, Frederick George nurseryman Hindmarsh and Edith Maria Reeves his wife 1911 Memorial 60/464

REEVES, Frederick George nurseryman Tam O'Shanter Belt 1910, declared that he had used allotment 144 in Holden St, Hindmarsh, as a garden between 1870-1890. Husband of Edith Maria Reeves. There must have been a family relationship between the Reeves family and the Jonathan RICHARDSON family. Bertha Richardson was Jonathan Richardson's wife Application 25934

REEVES, Herbert John storekeeper McLaren Vale 1946 Memorial 153/519

No 1

REEVES, Isaac bricklayer Hindmarsh 1856 Memorial 80/104

REEVES, Isaac brickmaker Hindmarsh and Edna Reeves his wife 1859. They had come to live in Hindmarsh in 1840, after building their own home. Isaac Reeves died 1863. Parents of Frederick George Reeves nurseryman Hindmarsh and Alfred William Reeves bricklayer Hindmarsh 1885. Another son called Edwin Reeves no description Application 20468

REEVES, Isaac bricklayer Little Adams St, Hindmarsh 1845. He died intestate on 7/5/1863, leaving his widow, Edna Reeves, who later died 25/8/1884. His eldest son, Alfred William Reeves of Brompton, born 28/5/1835, inherited the estate as heir at law. Other children - Lavinia LANNAM nee Reeves wife of William Lannam baker Millicent, born 2/8/1836; Frederick George Reeves nurseryman Hindmarsh born 13/3/1845; Edwin Reeves labourer Hindmarsh born 13/12/1849. Application 20469

No 1

REEVES, James out of business Tea Tree Gully, died 27/8/1940 Goodwood Park Memorial 166/516

REEVES, James out of business Tea Tree Gully, died 27/8/1940 Goodwood Park. John Emeral Reeves head green keeper Seaton Park and Walter Leonard Reeves police constable William St, Goodwood Park 1942 were his sons Application 28318

REEVES, John George formerly blacksmith but now retired McLaren Vale aged 75 in 1929 Application 27793

REEVES, Olive Gwendoline company secretary 13 Hnrietta St, Enfield 1961, Secretary of Havana Motels Ltd, 55 Hutt St, Adelaide Application 29417

REEVES, Percy Edward blacksmith McLaren Vale 1913 Memorial 156/469

No 1

REEVES, Samuel sheep farmer Adelaide 1847 Memorial 182/10

REEVES, Samuel sheep farmer Gawler Plains 1848 Enrolment 9/5

No 2 - Samuel Green Reeves

REEVES, Samuel miller Pt Wakefield 1874 Application 13640

REEVES, Samuel miller Pt Wakefield 1875[-1876] Memorial 1/283, Application 15761

REEVES, Samuel miller Pt Wakefield Hundred of Inkerman land grant 1876 Grant Book 27 Page 143 County Gawler

REEVES, Samuel Green miller Pt Wakefield 1876 Memorial 247/291

REEVES, Samuel miller Pt Wakefield, declared insolvent on 14/4/1877 Memorial 127/303

REEVES, Samuel clerk Pt Wakefield 1882 Memorial 198/345

REEVES, Samuel agent Price 1888 Memorial 138/391

REEVES, Samuel town clerk St Peters 1908 Application 25507

No 1

REEVES, Thomas carrier Bowen 1839 Application 6704.

REEVES, Thomas tailor Adelaide 1846 Memorial 342/7

REEVES, Thomas tailor Adelaide (Grenfell St) 1849[-1879] Memorial 212/15

REEVES, Thomas tailor Glenelg 1879 Memorial 321/11

REEVES, Thomas tailor Glenelg, died c1880. Court action 401 between John Henry HILL livery stable keeper Glenelg and Harris WINTER and Mary Ann Winter over who was responsible for the settlement of the estate Memorial 80/328

REEVES, Thomas tailor Glenelg, died 23/6/1880. Estate in trust with John Henry HILL livery stable keeper Glenelg. JH Hill to get £100. JH Hill’s mother (unnamed) to get £50. Louisa Hill governess North Adelaide to get £10. £100 to be invested ‘upon good household security’ in trust for Harry Giles REEVES the illegitimate son of Harry Giles by T Reeves’ daughter Mary Ann Reeves - the lad to get the principle once he reached 21 years old; and the interest to go towards his upkeep in the meantime. The residue of the estate to go to equally between the testator's two daughters - Betsy wife of Frederick Henry SCHLORK dyer Gawler Place, Adelaide, and Mary Ann Winter, wife of Harris WINTER draper’s assistant Adelaide. Supreme Court judgement upon the will 8/11/1880 Deposit 25/1881 FIND - CHECK SURNAME

REEVES, Thomas Henry plumber Adelaide (Gilles St) 1857 Memorial 313/122

No 1

REEVES, Thomas William painter and glazier Adelaide 1852 Memorial 157/41

REEVES, Thomas William plumber Adelaide 1853[-1875] Memorial 477/52

REGAN, Denis gardener Mt Gambier. Hundred of Mayurra land grant 1882 Grant Book 31 Page 229 County Grey

No 1

REGAN, James labourer near Millicent 1888 Memorial 235/391

REGAN, James labourer near Millicent 1888 Application 21410

No 1 - likely to be James Edwin Regan

REGAN, James E storekeeper O'Halloran Hill 1885 Memorial 50/366

REGAN, James Edward storekeeper Happy Valley 1881[-1895] Memorial 139/342

REGAN, James Edwin storekeeper Happy Valley 1881[-1890] Memorial 74/329, Application 18427

REGAN, James storekeeper O'Halloran Hill 1894 Application 22757

REGAN, John station manager Curnamoona linked with James Edwin Regan storekeeper O'Halloran Hill and Edward Regan farmer O'Halloran Hill 1888 Memorial 138/392

REGAN, Mary widow Kapunda 1861[-1864] Memorial 235/173

REGAN, Michael shoemaker Kapunda 1858[-1864] Memorial 20/140

REGAN, Patrick labourer Mt Gambier 1915 Memorial 5/472

No 1 - the Elder and the Younger

REGAN, William yeoman Adelaide 1841 Application 12840

REGAN, William stonemason Glenelg 1851 Memorial 115/36

REGAN, William the Elder and William Regan the Younger labourers Glenelg 1853 Memorial 498/46

REGAN, William the Elder, died 27/1/1855. His wife, Margaret Regan, lived at Reynella and his son, William Regan the Younger, a labourer, lived in Adelaide by 1857 Memorial 176/115

REGAN, William the Elder farmer O’Halloran Hill, died 27/1/1855. His widow Margaret Regan died 29/5/1887, of senile decay, aged 65. Family - John Regan station manager Curnamoona Station, Edward Regan farmer O’Halloran Hill, Catherine HENIHAN nee Regan widow O’Halloran Hil, and James Edwin Regan the Younger storekeeper O’Halloran Hill 1888 Application 21432

REGAN, William the Elder farmer Section 513 near Adelaide, power of attorney to Thomas KELLY licensed victualler Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 18/9/1856. William Regan the Elder farmer formerly of Morphett Vale, died 27/1/1855 Back Creek Dairy Hill Vic. William Regan the Younger, his son, farmer Morphett Vale, saw his father die Enrolment 2/33, Deposit 565/1856

REGAN, William labourer Adelaide 1857 Memorial 177/119

No 2

REGAN, William bootmaker Kapunda 1857[-1880] Memorial 145/116, Application 4361

No 1

REGNIER, Eugen Rudolph Hugo farmer Australia Plains 1889[-1899] Memorial 124/397

REGNIER, Eugen Rudolph Hugo farmer Australia Plains linked with Johanne Susanne Regnier widow Australia Plains 1890 Memorials 16 & 17/410

No 1

REGNIER, Julius farmer Tanunda 1851 Memorial 289/38

REGNIER, Julius farmer Greenock Creek 1854 Memorial 403/62

REGNIER, Julius farmer Seppeltsfield near Greenock 1877 Memorial 91/298

REGNIER, Julius farmer Seppeltsfield Hundred of English land grant 1881 Grant Book 17 Page 169 County Eyre

REGNIER, Theodor Traugott farmer Australia Plains 1885 Memorial 91/368

No 1

REHDER, August farmer formerly of Kapunda but now of Tothill Creek 1862 Application 2934

REHDER, August cornfactor Kapunda 1866 Memorial 116/215

REHDER, August wheat buyer Kapunda 1869 Memorial 106/242

REHDER, August wheatbuyer Kapunda Co Light. Caltowie (Hundred of Caltowie) township allotment land grant 1873 Grant Book 60 Page 443 County Victoria

REHDER, August wheat buyer Kapunda Co Light. Hundred of Tarcowie land grant 1878 Grant Book 13 Page 43 County Dalhousie

REHDER, August licensed victualler Caltowie. Caltowie (Hundred of Caltowie) township allotment land grant 1873[-1874] Grant Book 60 Page 444 County Victoria

REHDER, August hotelkeeper Caltowie Co Victoria. Wilmington township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 24 Page 570 County Frome

REHDER, August publican formerly of Kapunda but now of Wilmington 1880 Application 18021

REHDER, August farmer Wilmington 1884 Memorial 105/361

REHDER, August hotelkeper Orroroo and Agnes Archer Rehder his wife 1886 Memorial 222/377

REHDER, Johann Wilhelm Heinrich farmer Hundred of Waterloo 1858[-1878] Memorial 133/139

No 1

REHDER, Johann Wilhelm Louis farmer Adelaide 1854 Memorial 310/65

REHDER, Johann Wilhelm Louis farmer Hundred of Waterloo 1856 Bible Christian Chapel member Memorial 132/120

REHDER, Johanne Maria Caroline widow Tothill Creek 1859[-1870] Memorial 340/162

REHDER, Caroline widow Hundred of Schomburgk 1885 Memorial 203/371

REHDER, Louis farmer Tothill Creek 1881[-1928] Memorial 244/331

No 1

REHDER, William farmer Tothill Creek Co Light. Hundred of Walloway land grant 1877 Grant Book 13 Page 218 County Dalhousie

REHDER, Wilhelm farmer Tothill Creek Co Light. Quorn (Hundred of Pichi Richi) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 49 Page 6 County Newcastle

No 1

REHN, David and Douglas shop assistants Noarlunga 1955 Memorial 19/530

REHN, David Tilley and Douglas William shop assistants Noarlunga 1959 Application 29364

REHN, Denzil Farnham schoolteacher Jamestown and Dora Loveday May Rehn his wife 1951 Memorial 76/526 State school teacher formerly of Jamestown but now of Houghton 1951 Memorial 198/526 

No 1

REHN, Heinrich farmer Windsor linked with Sebastian Rehn farmer Section 5531 Para Special Survey 1868 Memorial 59/235

REHN, Henry wood carter Houghton 1875 Application 14460

REHN, Henry farmer Houghton linked with Joseph Rehn farmer Franklin Harbour 1904 Memorial 145/450

No 1 - the Elder

REHN, Johann farmer Payneham, and Anna Catarean Rehn his wife 1845 Memorial 245/5

REHN, Johann labourer Adelaide 1847 Memorial 183/8 Farmer Houghton 1850[-1853] Memorial 196/26 Farmer Little Para and Anna Catarean Rehn his wife 1851 Memorial 402/30

REHN, John farmer Houghton and Anna Catarean Rehn his wife 1853 Memorial 477/49

REHN, Johann died 26/3/1853 Memorial 185/252

REHN, Johann the Elder farmer Houghton and his wife Anna Catherine/Catarena Rehn 1850 After J Rehn died, his widow inherited his real estate in trust for life. By 1889, she had remarried, to a Mr THIELE. Children in 1889 appeared to include John Rehn formerly the Younger of Houghton/Golden Grove and Joseph Rehn of Cowell Application 21632

REHN, Anna Catarean widow Houghton about to marry Christian Friedrich THIELE farmer Gilles Plains 1854. Marriage settlement to protect her real estate by trust for her and her children by her first marriage - Sebastian Rehn, Johann John Rehn, Joseph Rehn and Heinrich Rehn Memorial 313/63

No 2 - the Younger

REHN, John farmer Houghton and Eliza Rehn his wife 1868 Memorial 81/235

REHN, Johann 26 bachelor farmer Houghton (Father: Johann Rehn) married Eliza FARNHAM 22 spinster Cudlee Creek (Father: Giles Farnham) on 12/8/1868 Holy Trinity North Tce Adelaide. Minister: James FARRELL. Witnesses: Joseph Rehn farmer Houghton and Helen DUNN of Houghton 1898 Application 23655

REHN, John farmer Franklin Harbour 1891 Memorial 11/409

No 1

REHN, Joseph farmer Houghton 1871[-1887] Memorial 185/252

REHN, Joseph farmer formerly of Houghton but now of Cowell 1888 Memorial 97/395

REHN, Joseph farmer Franklin Harbour 1891 Memorial 9/409

REHN, Joseph farmer Cowell trustee Institute Cowell Cowell (Hundred of Playford) township allotment land grant 1892 Grant Book 39 Page 83 County Jervois

REHN, Joseph farmer Cowell Franklin Harbour 1893 Application 22560

REHN, Joseph farmer Cowell 1898 Memorial 180/436

REHN, Joseph and William Andrew farmers Franklin Harbour 1903 Memorial 227/447

No 1

REHN, Sebastian farmer Gilles Plains 1861 Memorial 201/178

REHN, Sebastian farmer Windsor 1864 Memorial 119/198

REHN, Sebastian farmer Houghton, died 9/10/1921. Husband of Ann Rehn. Father of James Rehn gardener Houghton. Estate worth £1,600 Memorial 46/484

REHN, Sebastian farmer Houghton, died 9/10/1921 intestate. His widow Anne Rehn, refused to take out letters of administration. Their son, James Rhen gardener Houghton, agreed to act. He was 37 in 1930. His mother, Ann Rehn, had died by then. Family had scattered and could not be contacted easily - Joseph Renh last heard of in Fremantle WA Charles Rehn last heard of in Broken Hill NSW, Thomas Rehn last heard of in Greens Plains SA, Edward Rehn last heard of in Tumby Bay SA, Lilian Rehn last heard of in Murray Bridge SA. Whereabouts of children of deceased daughter Margaret MORAN not known. Albert Rehn lived at Norwood and James Rehn lived at Houghton. Estate worth £1,600 Application 27048

REHN, William Andrew farmer Franklin Harbour. Henry Rehn mentioned but not described 1898[-1903] Memorial 20/434

No 1

REICH, Gottfried farmer Tanunda 1857 Memorial 223/125

REICH, Johann Gottfried labourer Tanunda. Father-in-law to Hermann NENKE of Tanunda 1862[-1864] Memorial 4/247, Application 3122.

REICH, Johann Carl Christian plasterer Adelaide 1853 Memorial 292/49

REICHEL, Bridget widow Palmer Hundred of Mobilong land grant 1884 Grant Book 58 Page 370 County Sturt

No 1

REICHEL, Carl farmer Krondorf near the Kaiserstuhl 1856 Memorial 267/104

REICHEL, Carl farmer Section 881 Hundred of Moorooroo 1865 Memorial 227/200

REICHELT, Albert Gustav and Ernst August Reichelt farmers Friedrichswalde. trustees Emmanuel Lutheran Church, Friedrichswalde 1928 Memorial 167/500

REICHELT, Ernst Friedrich August farmer Tothill Creek. Trustee Emmanuel Lutheran Church, Friedrichswalde 1928 Memorial 167/500

REICHELT, FW farmer Laura 1889 Memorial 182/396

REICHELT, Hermann farmer Friedrichswalde Hundred of Appila land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 504 County Frome

No 1

REICHELT, Johann Gottlieb farmer Friedrichswalde near Kapunda Hundred of Julia Creek land grant 1866 Grant Book 44 Page 103 County Light

REICHELT, Johann Gottlieb farmer Tothill Creek and Ernestine Reichelt his wife 1880 Memorial 31/323

REICHELT, Johann Gottlieb farmer Tothill Creek and Ernestine Reichelt his wife 1880 Application 17922.

REICHELT, Ernestine widow Tothill Creek 1880 Memorial 220/321

REICHELT, Raymond Renown share farmer Laura and Muriel Ann Reichelt his wife 1947 Memorial 3/522

REICHELT, Wilhelm William farmer Laura. Hundred of Booyoolie land grant 1878 Grant Book 60 Page 155 County Victoria

REICHENBACH, August farmer New Gawler Hundred of Dalrymple land grant 1882 Grant Book 19 Page 145 County Fergusson

No 1

REICHSTEIN, August Hermann farmer Willowie Hundred of Willowie land grant 1894 Grant Book 24 Page 748 County Frome

REICHSTEIN, August Hermann farmer Wanbi. Mercunda (Hundred of Bakara) township allotment land grant 1916 Grant Book 3 Page 271 County Albert FIND – Wilhelm and JW

No 1

REICHSTEIN, Hermann Paul farmer Willowie. Trustee unnamed Church Hundred of Willowie land grant 1882 Grant Book 24 Page 744 County Frome

REICHSTEIN, Hermann Paul farmer Willowie, had died by 1903 intestate. Letters of administration to Anna Luise Reichstein widow Willowie to settle the estate Grant Book 24 Page 750 County Frome

REICHSTEIN, Wilhelm farmer Lyndoch Valley leased land in the Hundred of Barossa Co Adelaide 1853 Memorial 419/57

No 1 - probably the same person

REICHSTEIN, Johann Wilhelm farmer near Auburn Co Stanley. Hundred of Caltowie land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 183 County Victoria

REICHSTEIN, Johann Wilhelm farmer Caltowie. Hundred of Caltowie land grant 1877[-1878] Grant Book 60 Page 186 County Victoria

REICHSTEIN, Johann Wilhelm farmer Morchard Co Dalhousie. Hundred of Appila land grant 1882 Grant Book 24 Page 509 County Frome

REICHSTEIN, Johann Wilhelm farmer Coomooroo 1897[-1904] Memorial 149/431

REICHSTEIN, Johann Wilhelm farmer Morchard Hundred of Coomooroo land grant 1905 Book 13 Page 267 County Dalhousie

REICHSTEIN, Johann Wilhelm farmer Coomooroo 1920 Book 13 Page 268 County Dalhousie

No 1

REID, Alexander mariner Pt Adelaide 1854[-1859] Memorial 410/68

REID, Alexander master mariner Pt Adelaide 1859[-1866] Memorial 25/152

REID, Alexander master mariner Pt Adelaide linked with James Reid master mariner Portland Estate 1864 Memorial 204/200

REID, Alexander mariner Portland Estate 1868 Memorial 159/229

REID, Alexander labourer Portland Estate 1865 Application 6174

REID, Alexander mariner Portland Estate 1893 Application 22588

No 2 - perhaps a continuation from No 1

REID, Alexander master mariner Yorke Peninsula, became a bankrupt in 1874 Memorial 213/288

No 3

REID, Alexander engineer Hindmarsh 1855 Hundred of Talunga land grant Memorial 283/83

No 1

REID, Andrew gardener Athelstone 1871 Application 11244

REID, Andrew gardener Paradise 1893 Memorial 10/416

REID, Andrew market gardener formerly of Paradise but now of Campbelltown 1893 Memorial 157/416

REID, Andrew market gardener Campbelltown 1894 Application 22815

REID, Ann widow and schoolmistress Redruth 1854[-1858] Memorial 495/63

REID, Ann Bell widow Encounter Bay 1884 Application 20063

No 1

REID, Austin Lansley contractor Salisbury 1948 Memorial 126/522

REID, Austin Lansley formerly contractor but now farmer and grazier 91 John St, Salisbury 1948 Application 28613

REID, Benjamin Riley licensed victualler Portland Estate 1864 Application 5469

REID, Bruno farmer Wokurna 1889 Memorial 198/396

No 1

REID, Charles gardener Hampstead 1840 Memorial 109/77

REID, Charles gardener Hampstead 1840 Application 18826

REID, Charles Edwin farmer Muncoora linked with John Ferme Reid farmer Woods. JR Reid mentioned but not described 1918 Memorial 3/484

REID, Charles Henderson farmer Redbanks Hundred of Dalkey land grant 1884 Grant Book 26 Page 245 County Gawler

No 1

REID, Charles Mayo merchant Adelaide linked with Mary Jane Reid widow formerly of Adelaide and Somerton but now of Queen St, Norwood 1910 Memorial 29/463

REID, Charles Mayo merchant Adelaide linked with Mary Jane Reid widow formerly of Adelaide and Somerton but now of Queen St, Norwood 1913 Memorial 97/469

REID, Charles William clerk to Messrs Walter REYNELL and Charles August REINECKE land agents Adelaide 1880[-1881] Memorial 160/322

REID, Colin Robert and REID, Beryl Angela merchants Salisbury 1966, Application 29638

No 1

REID, David master of the schooner Minerva at present in the port of Adelaide 1848 Memorial 70/196

REID, David master mariner Pt Adelaide owned leasehold property at the port 1849 Memorial 248/20

REID, David master mariner Alberton 1852[-1854] Memorial 223/43

No 2 - perhaps the same person

REID, David shipping agent Pt Adelaide 1876 Memorial 175/296

REID, David accountant Pt Adelaide 1877[-1878] Memorial 76/298, Application 16976

No 3

REID, David currier Hindmarsh 1863 Application 4796

REID, David currier Hindmarsh 1864 Memorial 262/198

REID, David tanner Hindmarsh 1890 Memorial 250/402

No 1 - perhaps the same person

REID, Duncan master mariner Pt Adelaide 1876 Memorial 179/288

REID, Duncan licensed victualler Woodville took out a 7-year lease on an unnamed public house on the corner of Francis St and Wheeler Place in Pt Adelaide 1894 Memorial 228/421

No 1 - probably the same person

REID, David agent Pt Adelaide 1876 Application 15561

REID, David accountant Pt Adelaide 1878 Application 16976

REID, David the Younger agent Pt Adelaide, appointed 18/11/1881 to manage the SA business affairs of his father David the Elder retired shipmaster Holmsdale Cottage Cults, Banchory Devenick, Co Aberdeen, Scotland Deposit 173/1886

No 1

REID, Duncan master mariner Pt Adelaide 1876 Application 15197

REID, Duncan publican Pt Adelaide, and Martha Reid, his wife 1881 Application 18683

REID, Edward James engineer Yatala township and Lucy Harriett Reid his wife 1894 Application 22715

REID, Eleanor spinster Adelaide 1851 Memorial 341/31

REID, Elizabeth widow Alberton 1904 Application 24862

No 1 - probably the same person

REID, Flora widow Adelaide 1864 Application 4927

REID, Flora Street widow Melbourne Vic formerly of Adelaide, power of attorney to David ADAMSON merchant Adelaide and Peter Dowding PRANKERD land agent Adelaide, to manage her SA business affairs 4/2/1865. Later, as a widow Bonnington, near Edinburgh, Scotland, power of attorney to David ADAMSON merchant Adelaide and Peter Dowding PRANKERD land agent Adelaide, to manage her SA business affairs 27/1/1869 Deposit 50/1869

REID, Frederick Thornton of Carrieton 1881 Memorial 98/330

No 1

REID, George clerk to Josiah PARTRIDGE solicitor Adelaide 1841[-1842] Memorial 36/29

No 2

REID, George draper Adelaide (Hanson St) 1847[-1848] Memorial 365/8, Application 18824

REID, George storekeeper formerly of Hanson St, Adelaide but now of Kooringa 1851 Memorial 394/33

No 3

REID, George farmer Redbanks Hundred of Dalkey land grant 1884 Grant Book 26 Page 245 County Gawler

REID, George Donald dispenser Pt Adelaide 1897 Memorial 245/432

REID, Gilbert William farmer Marryatville Hundred of Dalrymple land grant 1881 Grant Book 19 Page 143 County Fergusson

REID, Harold E of Adelaide linked with Marion Chandler Reid of Adelaide 1921 Memorial 192/484

REID, Harold S director Reid Bros Ltd of New Dock, Pt Adelaide 1937 Memorial 131/511

No 1

REID, Henry Newman business manager Adelaide 1902 Memorial 108/446

REID, Henry Newman company manager College Park 1904 Memorial 126/451

REID, Henry Newman refrigerating company manager formerly of College Park but now of Melbourne Vic 1906 Memorial 76/456

No 1

REID, Hepburn farmer Hundred of Erskine. Hundred of Erskine land grant 1884 Grant Book 13 Page 426 County Dalhousie

REID, Hepburn farmer Hundred of Erskine and Mary Jane Ried his wife 1890 Memorial 108/402

REID, Hepburn farmer and carter Hundred of Erskine 1889 Memorial 98/411

REID, Hugh a director of the McCulloch Carrying Co Ltd of TA 138 Adelaide (Topham St) 1888 Memorial 133/390

No 1

REID, Isaiah and John and William gentlemen Adelaide 1856[-1858] Memorial 94/114

REID, Isaiah and John brewers Adelaide (Morphett St) 1860 Memorial 12/169

REID, Isaiah and Richardson of Morphett St, Adelaide 1861 brewer and Clerk in Holy Orders Adelaide respectively Application 5357

REID, Isaiah brewer Adelaide 1864[-1865] Memorial 262/194

REID, Isaiah licensed victualler Adelaide (West Tce Hotel, Waymouth St) 1865 Memorial 321/206

REID, Isaiah brewer Adelaide, about to marry Alice Puplett SMITH widow Adelaide. Her household goods and sums of money inherited under the will of Peter McNICHOL to be hers in trust to manage as she pleases, and after her death, to go to her children absolutely in remainder expectant 23/12/1865 Deposit 118/1874

REID, Isaiah brewer Aelaide took out a 10-year lease on the Morphett St Brewery at £4 a week from the Rev'd Richardson Reid and Julia Reid no description 1866 Memorial 12/216

REID, Isaiah brewer Morphett St, Adelaide, and John Reid brewer Morphett St, Adelaide, trading as J & I Reid in partnership until John Reid’s death c1864. Isaiah Reid was John Reid’s eldest surviving brother and heir at law. The firm had bought the 5 acre allotment 11 in the township of Thorndon Park. Richardson Reid Clerk in Holy Orders Adelaide must have been a relative of these two men. [Was this the site of or next to the Reservoir Hotel, Thorndon Park?] Application 5357

REID, Isaiah and John Burn HARRISON brewers Aelaide trading under the style or firm of I Reid & Co 1866 Memorial 126/209

No 1

REID, James farmer Gawler Plains 1849 Memorial 482/22

REID, James farmer Gawler Plains 1853 Memorial 11/78

REID, James and Terence farmer Para Plains 1853 had moved to the Gilbert River by 1854 Enrolment 43/25

REID, James and Terence farmers Peachey Belt 1854 Memorial 455/71

REID, James farmer Hundred of Gilbert 1854 Memorial 12/78

REID, James farmer of the Gilbert near Riverton 1855 Application 8496

REID, James farmer Gilbert River 1857[-1858] Memorial 71/115

REID, James and Terence farmers Pt Adelaide 1858 Memorial 58/147

REID, James farmer Gilbert River near Riverton 1864 . He could not write. Probably related to Terence Reid farmer of the same address Application 4988

REID, James and Terence farmers Peachey Belt 1866 [Recorded as REED in Memorial 8/194] Application 7249

REID, James farmer Peachey Belt 1867 Application 8557

REID, James and Terence farmers The Gilbert 1869 Memorial 218/237

No 2

REID, James mariner Alberton 1854 Memorial 213/69

REID, James master mariner Pt Adelaide 1856 Memorial 344/110

REID, James master mariner Portland Estate 1864 Memorial 204/200

REID, James mariner Le Fevre Peninsula 1878 Application 16928

No 3

REID, James clergyman Lacepede Bay Clayton (Hundred of Alexandrina) township allotment land grant 1862 Grant Book 36 Page 457 County Hindmarsh

REID, James clergyman Wellington 1862 Application 3666

REID, James clergyman Wellington on the Murray Hundred of Seymour land grant 1862 Grant Book 53 Page 100 County Russell

No 4 - perhaps the same person

REID, James stone mason Strathalbyn 1867[-1868] Memorial 212/223

REID, James of Encounter Bay 1878 Memorial 127/315

No 5

REID, James commercial traveller Parkside 1878 Application 16559

No 6

REID, James farmer Virginia Hundred of Melville land grant 1879[-1880] Grant Book 19 Page 83 County Fergusson

No 7

REID, James farmer Quorn 1888 Memorial 162/389

REID, James Lawrence storeman Pt Adelaide 1877 Application 16160

No 1

REID, James Smith gentleman Rostrevor Magill 1891[-1902] Memorial 6/410

REID, James Smith gentleman formerly of Rostrevor but now of Duneira Mt Macedon Vic 1913 Memorial 26/469

REID, James Smith died 15/1/1922. Husband of Martha Trumbull Reid Duneira Mt Macedon Vic by 1923. Father of James Smith Reid gentleman Duneira Mt Macedon Vic. This family had an interest in Rostrevor Estate Ltd of 20 Waymouth St, Adelaide Memorial 186/487

REID, Jean of Robe SE 1850 Memorial 235/25

No 1

REID, John Esquire Adelaide 1839 Memorial 221/47

REID, John Esquire Gawler 1842[-1856] Memorial 91/1

REID, John sheepfarmer Gawler 1853 Memorial 380/57

REID, John gentleman formerly of Gawler but now of St Aubins, Jersey, Channel Isles 1866 Application 7646

REID, John Esquire, formerly of Newry, Ireland, but then of Clairvale Road, Island of Jersey, died c1874. He left his whole estate, including 'certain Bills of Exchange sent to me from Australia and payable in London through the South Australian Bank', to Elizabeth Mary de la MARE wife of Philippe John Le TEMPLIER the Younger ship's steward now in New Zealand, but separated from him 11/9/1875. She appointed John RUDALL solicitor Gawler to manage her business affairs in Gawler and elsewhere in Australia Application 14700

No 2

REID, John labourer Queenstown 1854[-1856] Memorial 217/69

REID, John carrier Le Fevre Peninsula 1877 Application 15984

No 3

REID, John brewer Adelaide (Morphett St) 1855 Memorial 279/105

REID, John Isaiah common brewer Adelaide 1859[-1862] Memorial 119/155

REID, John and Isaiah brewers Morphett St, Adelaide1860. Isaiah Reid became a bankrupt in 1866. John Reid died 24/11/1863. Isaiah Reid died 9/4/1877 Application 18612

No 4

REID, John the Younger sheep farmer Beetaloo near Crystal Brook 1858 Memorial 196/142

REID, John stockholder Beetaloo North District 1865 Memorial 138/201

REID, John Esquire formerly of Clonlea near Gawler had refused to release the southern part of Section 194 with a 60' frontage to Murray St, Gawler, to his sister, Eliza Sarah MAHONY, whose husband, David Mahony, had leased the land to J Reid in 1856. The Gawler Local Court ordered J Reid to pay £70 in arrears of rent and £9 costs for the court hearing 1863 Memorial 310/190

REID, John the Younger sheepfarmer Beetaloo near Crystal Brook linked with Richard Jeb Brown Reid sheep farmer Darling River NSW [the Gawler Reids] 1868[-1877] Memorial 111/230

No 5

REID, John labourer Adelaide (Pirie St) 1865 Memorial 25/201

No 6

REID, John farmer Greens Plains 1874 Memorial 70/312

REID, John farmer Greens Plains. Paskeville (Hundred of Kulpara) township allotment land grant 1880[-1883] Grant Book 14 Page 196 County Daly

No 7 – perhaps the same person

REID, John farmer Navan 1875[-1878] Memorial 206/284

REID, John farmer near Riverton Co Light. Hundred of Tarcowie land grant 1880 Grant Book 13 Page 47 County Dalhousie FIND – land grant – to to Yarrowie?

No 8

REID, John farmer Beetaloo. Hundred of Booyoolie land grant 1878 Grant Book 60 Page 155 County Victoria

No 9

REID, John farmer Yarrowie 1880 Memorial 26/326

No 10

REID, John tanner Hindmarsh 1880 Memorial 53/327

REID, John tanner Hindmarsh 1880 Application 18311

REID, John tanner Hindmarsh 1885 Application 20512

No 11

REID, John gentleman Glenelg 1882 Memorial 237/339

No 12

REID, John farmer Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of Clinton land grant 1883 Grant Book 14 Page 135 County Daly

No 13

REID, John farmer Reeves Plains 1890 Memorial 45/406

No 14

REID, John livery stable keeper Adelaide (pt TA 173 Waymouth St near to the Union Hotel on pt TA 174) 1896 Memorial 157/429

REID, John livery stable keeper Adelaide 1910 Memorial 133/463

No 1

REID, John Harper butcher Kent Town 1856 Memorial 339/101

REID, John Harper butcher Portland Estate 1859 Application 740

REID, John Harper butcher Pt Adelaide 1866 Memorial 54/213

REID, John Henry of Beltana 1889 Memorial 165/401

REID, John Marshall and Peter McGregor Reid tanners Hindmarsh 1892 Memorial 23/416

REID, John Scarth storekeeper Encounter Bay 1877 Memorial 13/303

REID, John Stevens of Lostwithiel 1870 Memorial 163/249

REID, John Tennyson articled law clerk Adelaide 1917 Application 26461

REID, Joseph labourer Beverley on the Port Road 1854[-1858] Memorial 140/64

No 1

REID, Malcolm timber merchant Pt Adelaide 1892 Application 22332

REID, Malcolm timber merchant Adelaide 1893[-1896] Memorial 138/419

REID, Malcolm Donald furnisher, draper, ironmonger Adelaide (Malcolm Reid & Co 187-189 Rundle St) 1912 Memorial 77/466

REID, Mary Ann spinster Pt Adelaide 1915 Application 26423

No 1

REID, Mary Jane widow Queen St, Norwood linked with M Joan Reid married woman Unley Rd, Unley 1912 Memorial 231/465

REID, Mary Jane widow formerly of Adelaide and Somerton, but now of Queen St, Norwood 1914 linked with Charles Mayo Reid merchant Adelaide. She was a daughter of Dr George MAYO of Adelaide Application 26307

REID, Neil Kenworthy farmer Bull Creek 1949 Memorial 151/523

REID, Peter leased land in the Hundred of Willunga 1855 Memorial 365/85

No 1

REID, P McGregor, of Adelaide local director of the Colonial Mutual Fire Insurance Co Ltd 1892 Memorial 145/413

REID, Peter McGregor tanner Hindmarsh 1892 Memorial 23/416

REID, Peter McGregor and REID, John Marshall farmers Hindmarsh 1895 Application 22935

REID, R assistant master St Peter's College Hackney 1855 Memorial 145/297

No 1

REID, Richard Jebb Brown sheep farmer Darling River NSW 1858[-1860] Memorial 196/142

REID, Richard Jebb Brown [formerly sheep farmer Darling River but now] gentleman Crystal Brook 1872 Memorial 152/261

REID, Richard Jebb Brown gentleman Crystal Brook, died c1872. His estate in trust for the income to go to his mother, Jane REID, wife of John Reid, gentleman Gawler. After her death, the property to be partly sold and the sold and unsold distributed equally amongst his brothers and sister. Trustees - his brothers Samuel and William Livingstone Reid. His brother Samuel Reid also made a similar will. The brothers both had their properties at Crystal Brook Enrolment 93/50

REID, Richardson Episcopalian clergyman New Glenelg, died 30/12/1898, aged 63 Memorial 65/439

No 1

REID, Robert of SA 1853 Memorial 484/58

REID, Robert mariner Le Fevre Peninsula 1864 Memorial 98/194

REID, Robert labourer Le Fevre Peninsula 1859[-1878] Memorial 231/307

REID, Robert farmer Le Fevre Peninsula 1865 Application 6406

REID, Robert farmer Le Fevre Peninsula 1875 Memorial 51/282

REID, Robert dairyman Le Fevre Peninsula 1877 Application 15877

No 2

REID, Robert farmer Mallala Hundred of Dalkey land grant 1881 Grant Book 26 Page 236 County Gawler

No 1

REID, Ross Thompson Esquire Magill 1875 Memorial 19/281

REID, Ross Thompson gentleman formerly of Rostrevor but now in parts beyond the seas 1883 Memorial 50/352

REID, Ross Thompson sheep farmer formerly of Magill but now of Tolarno Station 1886 Memorial 41/378

REID, Ross Thompson sheep farmer formerly of Adelaide, but now of WA 1894 Application 22693

No 1

REID, Samuel gentleman Clonlea near Gawler 1849 Memorial 173/18

REID, Samuel sheep farmer Gawler 1858 Memorial 196/142

REID, Samuel and David Livingstone gentlemen Clonlea near Gawler 1853 Memorial 42/50

REID, Samuel and William Livingstone stockholders Clonlea near Gawler 1855 Memorial 448/93

REID, Samuel stockholder Gawler 1857 Links with William Livingstone Reid stockholder Darling River NSW Memorial 52/119

REID, Samuel stockholder Crystal Brook, died c1859. He left his estate in trust to his mother, Jane Reid, for life, then in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant to his brothers William Livingston Reid, Richard Jebb Brown Reid, John Reid the Younger and Ross Thompson Reid and his sister Eliza Sarah MAHONY wife of David Mahony surgeon Gawler Memorial 135/151

No 2

REID, Samuel solicitor Rosetta, Co Down, Ireland, died 3/8/1863. He had links with John REID Esquire Gawler. James FEGAN land agent Newry, Co Down, Ireland, issued power of attorney to John RUDALL solicitor Gawler and Geore Waring O’HALLORAN Esquire Adelaide, to sell land which belonged to Samuel Reid's estate in Gawler Deposit 131/1868

REID, Sidney Donald pastoralist South Tce, Adelaide and Elma Thomson Reid his wife 1952 Application 28857

REID, Stephen licensed victualler Robe 1876 Application 15177

No 1

REID, Terence farmer Para Plains 1847[-1854] Memorial 31/10 Hundred of Gilbert land grant 1854 Memorial 137/63

REID, Terence and James farmers The Gilbert 1854[-1855] Memorial 237/82

REID, Terence farmer The Gilbert 1861. He could not write Application 2227

REID, Terence farmer near Riverton Hundred of Alma land grant 1862 Grant Book 26 Page 11 County Gawler

REID, Terence farmer River Gilbert Hundred of Alma land grant 1864 Grant Book 26 Page 46 County Gawler

REID, Terence the Elder farmer Riverton, died 1874. A very complicated set of trusts to distribute his estate to his wife [not named] and family - Terence Reid the Younger, Thomas Reid and John Reid, Catherine MCGAHAN nee Reid and Rosana Reid plus granddaughter Ann McGahah Memorial 80/273

REID, Terence farmer Riverton, died 9/2/1874. By 1885, his widow, Ann Reid, lived in Adelaide with probably their son, Terence Francis Reid gentleman Adelaide Memorial 59/364

REID, Terence farmer formerly of the Para Plains 1853 but now of The Gilbert near Riverton 1874. Linked with Thomas Reid of the same address Applications 13538 & 13539

REID, Terence farmer Riverton, died c1874. He could not write. Real estate in trust to his wife Anne Reid for life to generate her an income. £80 to the RC Orphanage, £80 to his wife’s son, James MCCANN, £15 to Rosa PILES then residing with the Reids, £300 to educate his grandson, Terence Reid, £100 for the education of his granddaughter Ann MCGAHAN, £100 to his wife’s granddaughter, Ann KEELAN, £20 for an RC church in Navan [Hundred of Gilbert], £20 for masses for his and his wife’s soul, land for his sons Terence, Thomas and John Reid, and his daughter Catherine McGahan wife of John McGahan, after his wife’s death, and to his daughter Rosa Reid for life, and then to her children, or if there be none, to his other children and grandchildren in equal shares. All the children and grandchildren to get cash after Terence Teid’s decease. Daughters to get further money from the sale of certain land after his wife died Application 21046

REID, Terence farmer Riverton died c1870s. His wife, Anne Reid, died 21/12/1891 West Tce, Adelaide, of 14 days' bronchitis and senile decay, aged 84. Their daughter, Rose Ann FULLARTON nee Reid, wife of John William Fullarton labourer Murray Lane off Gouger St, Adelaide, entitled to some real estate under her father's will, died 3/2/1892, of ascites and cirrhosis of the liver, aged 36. Sister to Terence Francis Reid gentleman Adelaide 1892. The Fullartons had married on 16/4/1878. Three children of the marriage, all living, included Katie Fullarton born 14/6/1882, Ann Fullarton born 7/7/1885, and Joseph Fullarton born 9/4/1887 Application 22331

No 1

REID, Terence farmer Virginia Hundred of Melville land grant 1879 Grant Book 19 Page 83 County Fergusson

REID, Terence farmer Coobowie Hundred of Melville land grant 1897 Grant Book 19 Page 87 County Fergusson

No 1 Terence Francis Reid

REID, Terence farmer Dublin Hundred of Dublin land grant 1878 Grant Book 26 Page 340 County Gawler

REID, Terence Francis of Dublin Hundred of Dublin land grant 1881 Grant Book 26 Page 346 County Gawler

No 2 – perhaps the same person

REID, Terence Francis jeweller Adelaide Cowell (Hundred of Playford) township allotment land grant 1881 Grant Book 39 Page 80 County Jervois

REID, Terence Francis gentleman Goodwood 1885 Application 20667

No 1

REID, Thomas carrier Bowden 1838 Application 5303

REID, Thomas of Bowden 1847 Memorial 172/9

REID, Thomas carrier Bowden 1854 Memorial 371/71

No 2

REID, Thomas farmer Para Plains 1854[-1867] Memorial 409/62

REID, Thomas farmer Para Plains. Hundred of Yatala land grant 1856 Grant Book 1 Page 74 County Adelaide

No 3

REID, Thomas labourer Bertha 1860 Memorial 103/162

No 4

REID, Thomas farmer Nairne 1860 Hundred of Murray land grant Memorial 93/166

No 5

REID, Thomas stonemason Goolwa 1867 Application 8748

No 6

REID, Thomas farmer Greens Plains East. Hundred of Kulpara land grant 1881 Grant Book 14 Page 326 County Daly

No 7

REID, Thomas cab proprietor Adelaide (Gratton St) and Julia Reid his wife 1905 Memorial 201/453

No 1

REID, William of Guichen Bay. Husband of Margaret Hunt Reid 1851 Memorial 317/32

REID, William storekeeper Guichen Bay 1853 Memorial 189/48

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1; owned allotments in Robe

REID, William master mariner Le Fevre Peninsula 1858 Memorial 174/147

No 3

REID, William police inspector Adelaide 1854 Memorial 123/71

REID, William gentleman Adelaide 1856[-1858] Memorial 468/98

No 4

REID, William of Adelaide (probably the former brewer), died 7/6/1861. Husband of Julia Reid. Linked with Isaiah Reid of Adelaide Memorial 326/181

REID, WG law clerk Adelaide 1908 Memorial 57/459

No 1

REID, William Livingstone gentleman Clonlea near Gawler 1853 Memorial 196/142

REID, William Livingstone sheep farmer Gawler 1858 Memorial 196/142

REID, William Livingstone stockholder formerly of Gawler but now of the Darling River NSW 1864 Memorial 304/196

REID, William Livingstone sheep farmer Glenelg 1874[-1876] Memorial 34/272

REID, William Livingston Esquire of Glenelg a director of the Glenelg Bathing Company Ltd 1878 Memorial 124/307

REID, William Livingston sheep farmer formerly of Glenelg but now temporarily in parts beyond the seas 1880 Memorial 8/325

REID, William Livingston of parts beyond the seas, Walter REYNELL, Richard Neville COLLEY, Charles August REINECKE and Gerald JAY all of Adelaide wine and spirit merchants carrying on business as parters trading under the style or firm known as The Wine and Spirit Co 1882 Memorial 197/337

REID, William Livingstone of parts beyond the seas, Walter REYNELL, Carl August REINECKE, Richard Neville COLLEY and Gerald JAY all of Grenfell St, Adelaide, trading under the style or firm of Reid, Jay & Co 1883 Memorial 187/349

REID, William Livingstone sheep farmer Adelaide 1886 Application 20922

REID, Isabella Emily formerly of Adelaide, but now of parts beyond the sea, wife of William Livingstone Reid, power of attorney to William Livingstone Reid stockholder Adelaide, to manage her SA business affairs 21/7/1886 Deposit 150/1886

REID, William Livingstone and Samuel Richard HESELTINE wine and spirit merchants Adelaide (Grenfell St) trading under the style or firm of Reid & Heseltine 1898 Memorial 218/436

No 1

REID, William Millar gentleman Rose Park and Gertrude Reid his wife 1915[-1918] Memorial 6/473

REID, William Millar gentleman formerly of Rose Park but now of Burnside and Gertrude Reid his wife 1919 Memorial 55/478

REID, William Thomas Hepburn farmer The Meadows 1929 Application 27774.

REIDY, James shoemaker Watervale 1870 Application 10938

No 1

REIDY, John farmer Hamilton on the Light Co Light. Hundred of Mannanarie land grant 1878[-1879] Grant Book 13 Page 74 County Dalhousie

REIDY, John farmer Mannanarie. Hundred of Mannanarie land grant 1884 Grant Book 13 Page 84 County Dalhousie

REIDY, John farmer Yatina trustee Yatina Hall committee 1922 Grant Book 13 Page 8 County Dalhousie

No 1

REIDY, Michael farmer Hamilton on the Light Co Light. Hundred of Gumbowie land grant 1882 Grant Book 40 Page 43 County Kimberley

No 2

REIDY, Michael labourer Yatina. Hundred of Black Rock Plain land grant 1929 Grant Book 13 Page 117 County Dalhousie

REIDY, P teacher Watervale 1887 Memorial 45/401

REIDY, Timothy of the Hundred of Pirie 1887 Memorial 142/390

REIHER, Bernhard local manager Commercial Bank of Australia Ltd Two Wells 1907 Memorial 158/457

REIHER, Silvius farmer Langhorne Creek Co Hindmarsh. Hundred of Tatiara land grant 1879 Grant Book 7 Page 7 County Buckingham

REIKEN, Johann licensed victualler Adelaide (pt TA 99 Hindmarsh Square Grenfell St) 1882[-1883] Memorial 92/339

No 1

REILEY, Daniel police constable Glenelg 1910[-1919] Application 25714

REILEY, Daniel constable-in-charge, Police Station, Jetty Rd, Glenelg 1913 Application 26246

No 1

REILLY, Bessie spinster Semaphore Co Adelaide. Hundred of Cunningham land grant 1877 Grant Book 19 Page 282 County Fergusson

REILLY, Bessie spinster Semaphore Co Adelaide. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1877 Grant Book 60 Page 126 County Victoria

REILLY, Bridget widow Penola 1911, probably linked with REILLY, William Edward of Penola and REILLY, John Joseph of Millicent licensed victuallers Application 25986

No 1

REILLY, Hugh bootmaker Mintaro 1868 Memorial 46/233

REILLY, Hugh farmer Mintaro 1870 Memorial 95/244

REILLY, Hugh farmer Farrell Flat Co Stanley. Hundred of Whyte land grant 1878 Grant Book 60 Page 54 County Victoria

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

REILLY, Hugh and John Vincent Reilly of near Petersburg 1893 Memorial 109/419

No 1

REILLY, James labourer Thebarton and Catherine Reilly his wife Thebarton 1867 Memorial 38/225

REILLY, James labourer Thebarton 1876 Application 15061.

No 1

REILLY, John labourer Millbrook 1863 Memorial 19/192

REILLY, John formerly labourer 1863 but now farmer Millbrook 1864 Application 5405

No 1

REILLY, Michael farmer Virginia Co Adelaide. Hundred of Stanley land grant 1865 Grant Book 56 Page 151 County Stanley

REILLY, Michael farmer Farrell Flat Hundred of Hanson land grant 1880 Grant Book 56 Page 263 County Stanley

No 2

REILLY, Michael farmer Tothill Creek 1866 Memorial 225/313

REILLY, Michael farmer Tothill Creek near Kapunda, died 18/8/1879. He left his estate to his wife, Margaret Reilly absolutely Application 17922

REILLY, Margaret widow Tothill Creek 1880 Memorial 220/321

No 3

REILLY, Michael farmer Cavenagh Hundred of Cavenagh land grant 1881 Grant Book 34 Page 22 County Herbert

REILLY, Michael farmer Cavenagh trustee unnamed Cemetery Hundred of Cavenagh land grant 1887 Grant Book 34 Page 22 County Herbert

REILLY, Michael of the Hundred of Cavenagh 1887 Memorial 76/384

No 4 – perhaps the same person

REILLY, Michael farmer Gum Creek Hundred of Hanson land grant 1889 Grant Book 56 Page 265 County Stanley

REILLY, Michael farmer Manoora Co Light. Hundred of Hanson land grant 1903 Grant Book 56 Page 292 County Stanley

No 1

REILLY, Patrick baker Walkerville 1869 Memorial 78/239

REILLY, Patrick baker Walkerville 1875 Application 14191

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

REILLY, Patrick farmer Ardrossan 1882 Memorial 32/338

No 3

REILLY, Patrick mason Ardrossan trustee cemetery Ardrossan Hundred of Cunningham land grant 1879 Grant Book 19 Page 283 County Fergusson

REILLY, Patrick mason Adelaide Hundred of Cunningham land grant 1883 Grant Book 19 Page 284 County Fergusson

No 1 - possibly the same person

REILLEY, Philip mason Mt Gambier 1857[-1865] Memorial 109/126

REILLY, Philip farmer Mt Gambier 1865 Application 6496

REILLY, Philip farmer Section 1073 Hundred of Gambier, died 1869. He left his real estate in trust for his wife, Ellen Reilly, during her lifetime, then in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant to their children Memorial 235/241

No 2

REILLY, Philip farmer near Mintaro Co Stanley. Hundred of Whyte land grant 1876[-1877] Grant Book 60 Page 50 County Victoria

REILLY, Philip farmer near Mintaro Hundred of Terowie land grant 1882 Grant Book 40 Page 18 County Kimberley

REILLY, Philip farmer near Ulooloo 1901 Memorial 196/443

REILLY, Thomas labourer Willunga 1863 Application 4298

REILLY, William baker Strathalbyn 1885 Memorial 18/373

No 1 - Known variously as CE Reimann or CFE Reimann

REIMANN, Carl Eduard farmer Mt Barker [probably Grünthal Mt Barker District]. He purchased Section 1782 Mt Barker Special Survey in partnership with his brother-in-law Eduard Wilhelm SCHROEDER and Carl Anton WUTTKE farmers Mt Barker 1850[-1854] Memorial 187/28

REIMANN, Carl Friedrich Eduard farmer near Hahndorf 1853[-1876] Memorial 407/73

REIMANN, Carl Eduard farmer near Hahndorf 1863[-1876] Memorial 194/206

REIMANN, Carl Eduard farmer near Hahndorf [with Eduard Wilhelm SCHROEDER farmer near Hahhndorf]. Trustee for the will of George BOEHM farmer Hahndorf 1869[-1876] Memorial 237/242, Search 2460

REIMANN, Carl Friedrich Eduard farmer near Hahndorf, died 30/5/1879. Executors – Julius Friedrich Wilhelm EY teacher Hahndorf and Eduard Wilhelm SCHROEDER farmer Rebensberg near Hahndorf Memorial 176/409

REIMANN, Carl Hermann farmer Keyneton 1920 Memorial 166/481

REIMANN, Friedrich Gotthard labourer Eudunda 1912 Memorial 154/467
No 1 - possibly the same person

REIMANN, Johann Friedrich Wilhelm farmer Nain 1854[-1865] Memorial 59/75

REIMANN, Johann Friedrich Wilhelm farmer near Keyneton 1885[-1903], died 4/3/1903. Husband of Anna Rosine Reimann nee MATTSCHOSS. Estate worth £1,200 Memorials 181 & 182/448

REIMANN, Julius farmer Tanunda 1858 Memorial 169/136

REIMANN, Siegmund labourer formerly of Tanunda but now of Bethanien 1859 Memorial 40/153

REIMCKE, Johann Christian labourer Payneham 1854 Memorial 388/62

REIMER, August Gottlieb cabinetmaker Adelaide 1852 Memorial 12/42

REIMER, Heinrich Wilhelm farmer Mt Barker Creek near the Bugle Ranges 1865 Memorial 218/206

No 1 - probably the same person

REIMER, Rudolph gentleman Adelaide 1849 Memorial 51/18

REIMER, Rudolf gentleman Tanunda, died c1860. He left his entire estate to his mother, Wilhelmine Reimer nee REINHARD, Berlin, Prussia. Executors: Robert WIENER publican Tanunda Hotel and August Albert KLEY miller Tanunda Memorial 245/163

REIMERS, Hans Heinrich farmer Hundred of Strathalbyn 1859[-1861] Memorial 235/150

REIMERS, Hans Heinrich married Catharine Maria Henrica nee WEGENER in Nov 1814. Their eldest son, Johann Heinrich Wilhelm Reimers, was born 31/3/1820. Another son was called Johann Heinrich Reimers farmer The Bremer near Callington. HH Reimers farmer near Red Creek, Bremer, died 15/2/1863 intestate, pneumonia, aged 76. Detlef Ludwig Theodor FISCHER gardener Bugle Ranges, had procured him a will form, but he did not fill it out. JH Reimers declared: ‘Ever since the arrival of my said brother Johann Heinrich Wilhelm Reimers in this colony, he alone lived with the late HH Reimers … and my mother is unwilling to make a similar declaration, not because the before mentioned dates or facts are incorrect, but because she did not live with her said husband for several years previous to his death and has not been on very good terms with her said son JHW Reimers, and chiefly from a vague dread that it will be against her own interest to make such declaration’. Application 7652

No 1 - JH Reimers generally known as J Reimers

REIMERS, Johann Heinrich farmer Macclesfield 1854[-1860] Memorial 25/79

REIMERS, Johann Heinrich farmer Section 1815 Hundred of Strathalbyn 1859 Application 751

REIMERS, Johann Heinrich farmer near Callington Hundred of Monarto land grant 1868 Grant Book 58 Page 124 County Sturt

REIMERS, Johann farmer Hartley 1873 Application 12782

No 2 - JHW Reimers

REIMERS, Johann Heinrich Wilhelm farmer Mt Barker Creek 1868 Application 9297

REINCKE, Carl farmer Buchsfelde 1857[-1859] Memorial 294/124

No 1 - likely to be the same person

REINCKE, Johann farmer Brownhill Creek 1854[-1855] Memorial 85/71

REINCKE, Johann gentleman Norwood 1885 Memorial 34/370

REINCKE, Johann Joachim Christian saddler Greenock 1861[-1862] Memorial 327/171

REINCKE, Sarah Susannah married woman Booleroo Centre 1907 Memorial 177/457

No 1 - likely to be the same person

REINECKE, CA clerk to Nathaniel OLDHAM of Adelaide 1870 Memorial 155/246

REINECKE, Charles August land agent Adelaide very likely in partnership with Walter REYNELL 1877 Memorial 52/302

REINECKE, Charles August wine and spirit merchant Adelaide very likely in partnership with Walter Reynell. Other partners appeared to be William Livingstone Reid (overseas at that time), Richard Nevile COLLEY and Gerald JAY. CA Reinecke sold his share in the partnership to SR HESELTINE 1884 Memorial 219/436

REINECKE, Charles August land agent Adelaide 1888[-1897] Memorial 162/389

REINECKE, Friedrich cabinetmaker Mt Gambier 1857[-1861] Memorial 104/126

REINECKE, Friedrich Adolph wine merchant Mt Gambier and Dorothea Friederica Reinecke his wife 1876 Memorial 196/321

No 1

REINECKE, August carpenter Adelaide 1849[-1850] Memorial 7/26

REINECKE, George August cabinetmaker Adelaide 1852 Memorial 223/42 Cabinetmaker Adelaide (Schaefer St off Ackland St) 1853 Memorial 391/47

REINECKE, George August cabinetmaker Norwood 1861 Memorial 275/171

REINECKE, George August cabinetmaker formerly of Adelaide 1853 but now of Norwood 1866 Application 8002

REINECKE, George August gentleman Norwood 1888 Memorial 162/389

No 1 - likely to be the same person

REINECKE, GW clerk to RN COLLEY of Adelaide 1877 Memorial 99/302

REINECKE, George William land agent Adelaide 1883 Memorial 63/348

REINHARD, George farmer Schoenborn 1862 Memorial 272/185

REINHARDT, George carpenter Kincraig near Narracoorte Creek 1862[-1867] Memorial 347/188

REINHARDT, Gottlieb Christian cabinetmaker Adelaide (Morphett St) 1853 Memorial 120/52

No 1

REINHOLD, Joachim of SA possibly lived near Hope Town on the Torrens River 1854 Memorial 46/65

REINHOLD, Joachim farmer Dry Creek 1858 Memorial 211/139

REINHOLD, Joachim farmer formerly of Dry Creek 1858 but now of near Hope Valley 1866 Application 7604

REINKE, Fritz Carl Ernst farmer Clinton. Hundred of Clinton land grant 1912 Grant Book 14 Page 144 County Daly

REINKE, Johann Carl Gottlieb farmer now or formerly of Pt Gawler 1866 Memorials 308, 310/209

REINKE, W farmer Kulpara Co Daly 1884 Memorial 61/356

No 1

REISS, Friedrich Wilhelm farmer Section 117 Hundred of Nuriootpa 1851[-1854] Memorial 177/35

REISS, Friedrich Wilhelm farmer Rosenthal 1854[-1857] Memorial 261/74

REISS, Friedrich Wilhelm miller Daveyston 1864 Memorial 81/200

REISSEN, Andreas farmer Sheaoak Log 1858 Memorial 91/135

REISSEN, Friedrich Hermann farmer Tothill Belt 1914[-1920] Memorial 63/471

RELF, Walter Bernard licensed surveyor Adelaide 1933 Memorial 50/506

RELF, William Frederick restaurant keeper Adelaide 1884 Memorial 242/362 Of Adelaide 1891 Memorial 62/411

No 1

REMFREY, Joseph mining superintendent Mt Barker 1849 Memorial 478/20

REMFREY, Joseph gentleman Hahndorf 1849 Memorial 182/26

REMFREY, Joseph mining superintendent SA Company Mines Kanmantoo 1850[-1853] Memorial 318/27

REMFREY, Joseph captain Kanmantoo copper mines near Mt Barker 1852 Memorial 481/42

REMFREY, Joseph mine superintendent Kanmantoo 1853 Memorial 404/52

REMFREY, Joseph mine agent Kanmantoo 1853 Memorial 147/52

REMFREY, Joseph gentleman formerly of Kanmantoo but then of Woodside 1853 Memorial 435/55

REMFREY, Joseph [formerly mining superintendent Kanmantoo until cJune 1853 but then] gentleman Woodside by November 1853[-1855] Memorial 404/52, Memorial 187/60

REMFREY, Joseph mineral agent Woodside 1856[-1860] Memorial 244/100

REMFREY, Joseph mine agent formerly of Kanmantoo 1853 but then of Woodside 1863 [He lived on Lot 6 in the main street of Woodside] Application 4717

REMFREY, Cassandra widow Woodside 1876 Memorial 153/287

REMFREY, Richard gentleman Littlehampton 1865 Application 6809

REMFREY, Samuel H clerk Adelaide 1881 Memorial 114/383

No 1

REMFREY, William of Kanmantoo 1851 Memorial 430/33

REMFREY, William miner Kanmantoo 1854 Primitive Methodist member Memorial 374/77

REMFREY, William miner formerly of Kanmantoo 1854 but now of Wallaroo 1870 Application 10671

REMFREY, William miner formerly of Kanmantoo 1851 but now of Moonta Mines 1875 Application 14726

REMI, Johann Peter hawker North Adelaide 1864 Application 5192

REMINGTON, William Francis merchant Penola 1869 Memorial 235/240

REMMY, Johann Peter gentleman North Adelaide, died 28/1/1889 Memorial 10/399

No 1

REMNANT, Charles farmer Coromandel Valley 1854[-1859] Memorial 409/70

REMNANT, Charles farmer formerly of Coromandel Valley 1854 but now of Queenstown 1865 Application 6769

REMNANT, Charles labourer Warnertown. Warnertown (Hundred of Napperby) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 60 Page 417 County Victoria

REMNANT, George sawyer New Tiers 1846 Memorial 26/265

No 1 - perhaps the same person

REMNANT, John sawyer The Tiers 1853 Memorial 386/58

REMNANT, John farmer Upper Sturt 1859 Memorial 307/148

RENDALL, Alexander Grote storeman Adelaide 1862 Memorial 112/181

RENDALL, David labourer Queenstown 1859 Memorial 158/160

RENDALL, James engineer Glanville 1876 Application 15045.

No 1

RENDALL, John farmer Adelaide 1846 Memorial 249/7

RENDALL, John farmer Kensington near Adelaide 1848 Memorial 268/13

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

RENDALL, John builder Adelaide 1853[-1855] Memorial 361/55

RENDALL, John builder New Tiers Gardens and Mary Ann Rendall his wife 1854 [New Tiers Gardens appears to have something to do with Section 1202 Hundred of Onkaparinga] Memorial 431/76

RENDALL, John formerly builder Adelaide, but now schoolmaster Mt Barker 1871 Application 11382

No 1

RENDALL, John Thomas labourer Adelaide 1838 Application 16021

RENDALL, John Thomas labourer The Reedbeds 1839. Husband of Mary Ann Elizabeth Rendall 1841 Application 22301

RENDALL, John Thomas gentleman 75Hindmarsh and Mary Ann Elizabeth Randall his wife 1841 Application 16021

No 1

RENDELL, James baker Walkerville 1850[-1856] Memorial 450/23

No 2

RENDELL, James gardener Houghton 1854 Memorial 492/78

RENDELL, Samuel farmer Tungkillo 1867 Memorial 248/225

No 1

RENDELL, Thomas Morey and Windham bakers Walkerville 1854[-1855] Memorial 83/75

RENDELL, Thomas Morey baker Walkerville and Fanny Elizabeth Rendell his wife 1859 Application 847

RENDELL, Thomas Morey baker Walkerville 1855[-1875] Memorial 363/84, Application 12170

RENDELL, Thomas Morey baker and grocer Wallaroo. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1875 Grant Book 14 Page 85 County Daly

RENDELL, Thomas Morey baker formerly of Walkerville but now of Kadina 1875 Memorial 136/281

RENDELL, Thomas Morey baker and grocer Kadina. Links with Walkerville 1877 Memorial 182/298

RENDELL, Thomas Morey storekeeper Kadina 1885[-1888] Memorial 61/366

RENDELL, Thomas Morey grocer Kadina 1893 Memorial 171/417

RENDELL, TM JP storekeeper Kadina 1893 Memorial 66/419

RENDELL, Thomas Morey storekeeper Kadina. Hundred of Tickera land grant 1894 Grant Book 14 Page 215 County Daly

RENDELL, Windham James baker and confectioner Clare 1888 Memorial 178/391

No 1

RENDER, James labourer Adelaide 1852 Memorial 404/47

RENDER, James of Section 2004 on the Cygnet or Three Well River, Kangaroo Island, died 1866. He left his entire estate to his housekeeper, Sarah BRADLEY, for life then to Frances WRIGHT no description Memorial 22/217

RENDER, James farmer Cygnet River Kangaroo Island, died 22/7/1866 Pt Adelaide. He left his entire estate in trust for life to Sarah BRADLEY his housekeeper, who died 18/2/1877 Adelaide Hospital. Frances BATES nee WRIGHT inherited the estate absolutely in remainder expectant. Wife of Joseph Henry Bates farmer Cygnet River. Estate worth £50. Mrs Bates ,wife of JH Bates formerly farmer Cygnet River but now out of business Glenelg, died 19/8/1921. Her estate worth £500 Memorials 45 & 67/484

RENDER, James landholder Section 2004 Cygnet or Three Well River Kangaroo Island died c1866. His estate in trust to his housekeeper, Sarah BRADLEY, for life, then to Frances WRIGHT absolutely in remainder expectant Deposit 251/1866

RENEY, Juliette shopkeeper Kingston S-E 1911 Memorial 146/464

RENFREW, Richard the Younger farmer Greens Plains 1886 Memorial 172/375

RENFREY, Ann widow Naracoorte. Hundred of Naracoorte land grant 1876 Grant Book 50 Page 108 County Robe FIND HAVE ANOTHER

No 1

RENFREY, Edward miner Mt Barker 1852 Memorial 173/43

RENFREY, Edward miner formerly of Mt Barker but now of Brighton 1853 Memorial 369/53

RENFREY, Edward miner Brighton 1853[-1855] Memorial 324/58

RENFREY, Edward labourer Brighton 1864 Memorial 151/194

RENFREY, Edward farmer Brighton, died 18/7/1875. The bulk of the estate to his son, William Renfrey labourer Adelaide, absolutely. Small bequests £130 to his daughter, Harriet HANSON widow Maryborough Vic, £10 to his sister Ann EDD widow Adelaide. To his sister, Elizabeth ECKERSLEY wife of James Eckersley farmer Brighton, and his sister, Jane MERCER wife of John Mercer dealer Nairne 'a suit of mourning suitable to their station in life' paid for out of the residual estate. Victor Voules BROWN contractor Brighton and William EDWARDS the Younger farmer Brighton were the executors Memorial 202/323

RENFREY, George undertaker's assistant Mt Gambier 1889 Application 23350

RENFREY, James of Blumberg mine captain Blumberg United Gold Mining Co 1882 Memorial 69/337

No 1

RENFREY, John farmer Mt Barker 1847 Memorial 12/18

RENFREY, John farmer Hundred of Macclesfield. Father of Richard Renfrey miner Hundred of Macclesfield 1850 Memorial 272/26

RENFREY, John farmer Mt Barker 1852[-1856] Memorial 461/41

RENFREY, John and Richard farmers Mt Barker 1853 Memorial 155/58

RENFREY, John farmer Mt Barker. Director of the Mt Barker Steam Flour Mill Company 1853 Application 6901

RENFREY, John farmer Mt Barker. Trustee Primitive Methodist Chapel Mt Barker 1854. Apparently, he remained in office until his death on 8/12/1874 Naracoorte Application 20405

RENFREY, John farmer Scott Creek near Nairne 1858 Memorial 350/139

RENFREY, John farmer Nairne 1860 Memorial 181/162

RENFREY, John farmer near Nairne 1856[-1860] Memorial 73/112

RENFREY, John farmer Scott Creek near Nairne 1858 Memorial 229/132

No 2 - possibly the same person

RENFREY, John labourer Hundred of Gilbert 1857.Trustee Hundred of Gilbert Bible Christian Chapel (pt Section 461) Memorial 262/128

RENFREY, John farmer Woolshed Flat North Road 1867 Memorial 109/221

RENFREY, John farmer Hoyles Plains 1872 Memorial 152/258

No 3

RENFREY, John miner Kapunda, and Elizabeth Renfrey his wife, formerly Elizabeth nee BADGE. Parents of Susan Jane Renfrey born 5/3/1865 Application 24664

RENFREY, John shop assistant Adelaide 1883. His wife, Elizabeth Renfrey (nee Elizabeth BADGE), died 26/3/1883 Kapunda, of peritonitis, aged 42. The certificate gives the impression that she was living apart from her husband Application 24664

No 4

RENFREY, John farmer near Kapunda 1872 Memorial 134/261

RENFREY, John farmer formerly of near Kapunda but now of Verdon St, Sebastopol Vic 1903 Memorial 108/448

No 5

RENFREY, John farmer Willunga. Mark Renfrey mentioned but not described 1889 Memorial 168/397

No 6

RENFREY, John formerly labourer but now carrier Penola, aged 59 in 1946, declared that he had been reared by Sarah HOGG later wife of Patrick BLACK farmer Penola. Mrs Black died 13/7/1908 Application 28466

No 1

RENFREY, JD farmer Mt Gambier 1866 Memorial 152/217

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

RENFREY, John Dennis police constable [probably Mt Gambier] 1886 Memorial 207/380

RENFREY, John Dennis police constable Mt Gambier linked with William Henry Renfrey the Younger formerly farmer Mt Gambier but now police constable Adelaide 1888 Memorial 28/392

RENFREY, John Dennis police constable Adelaide 1895 Memorial 109/424

RENFREY, Mark farmer Greens Plains East 1886 Memorial 86/376

No 1
RENFREY, Richard miner Hundred of Macclesfield son of John Renfrey farmer Hundred of Macclesfield 1855 Memorial 226/92

RENFREY, Richard farmer Mt Barker 1859 Memorial 121/151

RENFREY, Richard farmer Mt Gambier 1860 Memorial 37/165

RENFREY, Richard formerly of South Australia but now of Long Gully, Sandhurst Vic 1861 Memorial 35/171

RENFREY, Richard formerly of SA but now of Long Gully Sandhurst Vic, power of attorney to Joseph MELLOR engineer Adelaide, and William KELLY farmer Cudlee Creek, to manage his SA business affairs, particularly to reclaim the money which William LETCHFORD genteman Adelaide, borrowed 9/1/1861 Deposit 26/1861

No 2

RENFREY, Richard storekeeper Brighton 1858 Memorial 165/141

RENFREY, Richard formerly of Brighton but now gentleman Nairne 1872[-1876] Memorials 24/260, 17/275

RENFREY, Richard gentleman Nairne Co Sturt. Hundred of Boucaut land grant 1881 Grant Book 55 Page 39 County Stanley

No 3

RENFREY, Richard farmer Kadina. Hundred of Kulpara land grant 1877[-1885] Grant Book 14 Page 324 County Daly

RENFREY, Richard The Elder farmer Greens Plains 1886 Memorials 30/375, 93/385

No 1 - perhaps the same person

RENFREY, Richard Dennis farmer and landholder Mt Gambier 1861[-1882] Memorial 179/179, Application 2480

RENFREY, Richard Dennis of Mt Barker, died 16/2/1883. John Dennis Renfrey police constable no address one of the executors Memorial 207/380

RENFREY, William labourer Broughton 1880 Application 18056

No 1

RENFREY, William Henry farmer near Mt Gambier 1875[-1897] Memorial 12/284, Applications 15999, 21954

RENFREY, William Henry contractor Mt Gambier 1876 Memorial 31/295

RENFREY, William John farmer Hoyles Plains 1872 Memorial 152/258

No 1

RENIHAN, Michael labourer Allen Creek 1870 Memorial 18/247

RENIHAN, Michael labourer Kapunda 1897 linked with Margaret Renihan widow Kapunda. Neither of these persons could write Application 23467.

RENIHAN, Margaret storekeeper Kapunda 1898 Application 23567

RENNER, Johann Gottlob farmer Gnadenfrei 1853[-1864] Memorial 39/54

RENNETTS, William miner Wallaroo. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1878 Grant Book 14 Page 54 County Daly

RENNIE, Edward H professor of chemistry Adelaide University 1906 Memorial 185/455

No 1

RENOWDEN, James shoemaker Norwood 1851 Memorial 60/30

RENORDEN, James shoemaker Norwood 1856 Memorial 329/111

RENORDEN/RENOWDEN, James dairyman Norwood 1856 Memorial 293/100

RENOWDEN, James shoemaker Yankalilla 1859 Memorial 62/154

RENORDEN, James farmer Yankalilla 1859 Application 377

RENOWDEN, James farmer Bald Hills near Yankalilla 1865 Memorial 199/204

RENOWDEN, James farmer Dairy Flat near Yankalilla, died 7/11/1875, of pneumonia, aged 55. He left his farm in trust for life to his wife, Mary Renowden, with equal absolute inheritance in remainder expectantcy to each of his children, as of 1875; Joseph Renowden farmer Dairy Flat, John Renowden a minor aged 10 on 10/4/1875, Ann DENNIS wife of Alfred Dennis farmer Bald Hills Yankalilla, and Mary Renowden spinster Application 14773

No 1

RENSHALL, Henry the Elder 19 labourer married Eliza DOW 19 spinster on 25/8/1849 Holy Trinity Adelaide. Henry Renshall the Elder labourer Willaston, died 2/10/1862 intestate. His eldest son, Henry Renshall the Younger , born 16/12/1852 Currie St, Adelaide (Henry Renshall the Elder was a stone mason), inherited his estate as heir at law. Likely that the Renshalls lived at Edwardstown before going to Willaston Application 20617

RENSHALL, Henry labourer Gawler 1857 Memorial 238/122

RENSHALL, Henry of Willaston 1879 Memorial 109/314

RENSHALL, Henry and James labourers Willaston 1879[-1881] Memorial 126/318

RENSHALL, James labourer Willaston, died c1881 intestate. Letters of administration to his wife, Jane Renshall, to settle his £170 estate Memorial 112/367

RENSHALL, Thomas labourer Black Forest 1850 Memorial 132/23

RENTON, James farmer Hoyleton Hundred of Hall land grant 1879 Grant Book 56 Page 211 County Stanley

RENTON, Richard farmer near Clare 1887 Memorial 15/382

No 1 – perhaps the same person FIND

RENTON, Robert of The Burra Co Burra. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1881 Grant Book 13 Page 196 County Dalhousie

RENTON, Robert farmer Dawson farmer Dawson. Dawson (Hundred of Coglin) township allotment land grant 1890 Grant Book 34 Page 5 County Herbert

RENTON, Robert farmer near Dawson 1899 Memorial 19/439

RENTON, William miner Acacia Dam 1891 Memorial 8/410

No 1

RENWICK, Edward gentleman Adelaide 1853 Memorial 85/61

RENWICK, Edward gentleman Adelaide, about to leave the province, power of attorney to George DONALDSON the Younger gentleman North Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 24/3/1857. Later, a bank clerk of Newtown near Sydney NSW, he appointed Charle D’Oyley COOPER solicitor Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 15/12/1865 Deposits 186/1857 & 1/1866

RENWICK, Edward formerly of Adelaide but now of Sydney NSW 1858 Memorial 200/138

RENWICK, Edward bank clerk formerly of Adelaide but now of Newtown near Sydney NSW 1865 Memorials 71/208 & 92/208

RENWICK, Samuel and William Kerr THOMSON trading as James McEWAN & Co Melbourne Vic, power of attorney to William Edward RAINE gentleman Adelaide, to manage their SA business affairs 18/3/1886 Deposit 51/1886

RENWITH, Thomas the Younger miner Adelaide 1850 Memorial 391/27

No 1

REPPER, James miner near Magill. Hundred of Talunga land grant 1852 Grant Book 1 Page 239 County Adelaide

REPPER, James miner near Magill 1852 Hundred of Talunga land grant Memorial 268/48

REPPER, James farmer formerly of Gumeracha, later of near White Cliffs, Hundred of Booleroo, died 1/12/1885. His estate in trust to his widow, Elizabeth Repper, for life or during her widowhood, then to his children in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant after their minority Application 20910

REPPER, James Hosking farmer North Gumeracha Co Adelaide. Hundred of Booleroo land grant 1886 Grant Book 24 Page 629 County Frome

REPPER, John farmer North Gumeracha Co Adelaide. Hundred of Booleroo land grant 1882 Grant Book 24 Page 624 County Frome

RESCHAUER, Anthony Roman Catholic clergyman Manresa, Norwood 1929, authorised to use the seal of the Society of Jesus. Application 27727

RESCHKE, Edward Frank farmer Walkerville 1936 Application 28010

RESCHKE, Frederick William carrier Wilmington Hundred of Gregory land grant 1902 Grant Book 23 Page 105 County Frome

RESEIGH, James draper Hindmarsh 1903 Brompton Methodist Church trustee Application 28475.

RESEIGH, John builder Adelaide 1850 Memorial 224/28

RESEIGH, Nicholas draper Brompton Park 1903 Brompton Methodist Church trustee Application 28475.

RESEIGH, W telegraph operator Brompton Park 1903 Brompton Methodist Church trustee Application 28475

No 1 - likely to be the same person

RESSEL/ROESSEL, Heinrich farmer Langmeil 1854 Memorial 261/67

RESSEL/ROESSEL, Heinrich farmer Greenock 1854 Memorial 207/84

RESSEL/ROESSEL, Heinrich farmer Nain near Greenock. He had an interest in Sections 1673, 1676 Sources of Greenock Creek 1859 Memorial 231/153

RESSEL/ROESSEL, Johann Carl Heinrich farmer near Greenock 1868 Memorial 119/256

No 1 - likely to be the same person

RESSLER, Ernst farmer near Kapunda 1871 Memorial 247/259

RESSLER, Ernst farmer Greenock Co Light. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1881 Grant Book 13 Page 199 County Dalhousie

RESSLER, Ernst farmer Petersburg. Hundred of Morgan land grant 1904 Grant Book 13 Page 422 County Dalhousie

RESSLER, Ernst farmer near Petersburg, a supposedly insane person. Husband of Christiane Ressler 1910 Memorial 165/463

No 1

RÖSSLER, Gottlieb farmer Section 82 Hundred of Nuriootpa 1850 Memorial 218/27

ROESSLER, Johann Gottlieb vinegrower Stonewell Hundred of Nuriootpa 1859 Memorial 79/152

RESSLER, Johann Gottlieb farmer Greenock 1860 Memorial 92/167

RESTALL, Alfred and George tinmen Kadina. Moonta (Hundred of Wallaroo) township allotment land grant 1863 Grant Book 14 Page 111 County Daly

RESTALL, Arthur licensed victualler North Adelaide Co Adelaide. Warnertown (Hundred of Napperby) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 60 Page 414 County Victoria

RESTALL, John tinman Pt Elliot Co Hindmarsh. Moonta (Hundred of Wallaroo) township allotment land grant 1863 Grant Book 14 Page 111 County Daly

RESTIDT, Philip farmer Adelaide 1854[-1855] Memorial 476/69

RESTON, Edward clerk to JE MOULDEN solicitor Adelaide 1858 Memorial 280/137

RETALLACK, Eric Oliver farmer and grazier Peterborough. Hundred of Morgan land grant 1951 Grant Book 13 Page 466 County Dalhousie

No 1

RETALLACK, John of Mitcham 1854 Memorial 360/63

RETALLACK, John farmer the Barossa 1856 Memorial 345/101

RETALLACK, John farmer Angaston 1857 Memorial 1/120

No 2

RETALLACK, John the Younger farmer Cavenagh trustee unnamed Chapel Hundred of Cavenagh land grant 1885 Grant Book 34 Page 22 County Herbert

No 3

RETALLACK, John farmer Hundred of Forster. Hundred of Forster land grant 1911 Grant Book 3 Page 31 County Albert

No 4

RETALLACK, John farmer Prospect 1928 Memorial 17/500

RETALLACK, John farmer formerly of Loxton but then of Wilson St, Prospect, died 17/9/1928 North Adelaide. Husband of Margaret Retallack. Father of unnamed children. Estate worth £1,338 Memorial 134/500

No 1

RETALLACK, William farmer Cavenagh trustee unnamed Chapel Hundred of Cavenagh land grant 1885 Grant Book 34 Page 22 County Herbert

No 2

RETALLACK, William labourer Mannanarie 1890 Memorial 147/401

No 1

RETCHFORD, Richard farmer Allen Creek near Kapunda 1864[-1882] Memorial 235/198

No 2

RETCHFORD, Richard contractor Wallaroo Bay. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1874 Grant Book 14 Page 85 County Daly

RETHUS, John Friedrich farmer Peter's Hill near Riverton 1878 Memorial 141/307

REU, AM hawker Lyndoch 1910 Application 25855.

REU, Ferdinand Adolph farmer Lyndoch Valley 1881 Application 18812

No 1 - perhaps the same person

REU, Adolph engine driver Lyndoch 1887 Application 21180

REU, Friedrich August Adolph labourer formerly of Lyndoch but now of Tanunda 1923[-1926] Application 27162

No 1 - probably the same person

REUSCH, BW clerk to WE HEUZENROEDER solicitor Tanunda 1901[-1904] Memorial 23/443

REUSCH, BW law clerk Adelaide 1915 Memorial 148/472

REUSCH, Friedrich August of Narrung 1926 declared that he was born on 4/10/1884, a son of Johann Reusch (sometimes written Johannes Reusch) Minister of the Gospel Tanunda. The Reusch family lived in Ivy Cottage in Jane Place (pt Lot 12). FA Reusch lived there continuously between 1884-1908 and then at intervals until 1911 Application 27503

No 1

REUSCH, Johannes Lutheran minister Tanunda. Lake Killalpaninna Lutheran Mission trustee 1885 Memorial 153/378

REUSCH, Johannes Miister of the Gospel Tanunda, died 19/5/1897. His estate worth £1,237. His whole estate to his widow, Margaret Jane Reusch nee NIQUET 1926 Application 27503

No 1

REUTER, Carl Louis farmer Gawler River 1859 Memorial 295/161

REUTER, Carl farmer Balaklava Hundred of Stow land grant 1873 Grant Book 56 Page 444 County Stanley

REUTER, Carl Louis farmer Whitwarta Hundred of Stow land grant 1887 Grant Book 56 Page 448 County Stanley

REUTER, George (Baron de), a director of Reuters Telegram Company 24 Old Jewry, London, Middlesex, England, power of attorney to Henry Michael COLLINS manager of the Company in Victoria, NSW, Qld, SA and Tas, to represent its interests in Australia and New Zealand 30/7/1902 Deposit 6/1905

No 1

REVELL, James farmer Darley on the Torrens 1853[-1882] Memorial 280/55, Application 19406

No 2

REVELL, James carrier Plympton 1882 Memorial 31/351

REVELL, Simon James labourer Pt Adelaide 1905 Application 25037

No 1

REVELL, William Edward and Matthew Valentine ADAMS ironworkers and blacksmiths Adelaide (pt TA 206 Freeman St) 1878 Memorial 175/312

REVELL, William Edward and Matthew Valentine ADAMS ironfounders Adelaide (Freeman St) trading under the style or firm of Revell Adams & Co, became bankrupts in 1889 Memorial 53/398

REVITT, Jabez teamster Clare Co Stanley. Hundred of Black Rock Plain land grant 1881 Grant Book 13 Page 108 County Dalhousie

No 1

REVITT, Thomas Brutnell farmer Beverley on the Port Road 1853[-1864] Hundred of Kanmantoo land purchase Memorial 259/46

REVITT, Thomas Brutnell labourer Beverley 1855 Memorial 354/89

REWELL, George carter Robe 1868[-1877] Memorial 5/231

No 1

REWELL, Thomas labourer Bowden 1844[-1853] Memorial 199/36

REWELL, Thomas storekeeper Bowden 1855 Memorial 107/101

REWELL, Thomas yeoman formerly of Bowden 1857 Memorial 83/116

REWELL, Thomas [formerly yeoman Bowden but now of] Mintaro 1876 Memorial 237/291

REWELL, Thomas labourer formerly of 2nd St, Bowden, but then of Mt Gambier, died 5/7/1877 Adelaide Destitute Asylum, of senile decay, aged 87 Application 26709

REWETT, George sawyer Mt Stanley 1857 Memorial 8/129

REX, Ferdinand farmer near Hamilton 1871 Application 11665

REYLAND, Edmund farmer Saints Hundred of Inkerman land grant 1885 Grant Book 27 Page 145 County Gawler

No 1

REYLIN, William merchant Adelaide 1849 Memorial 412/16 Late of Adelaide, but now farmer Noarlunga 1850 Memorial 298/20

REYLIN, William gentleman Norwood 1854 Memorial 19/75

REYLY, Philip farmer Flagstaff Hill 1854 Memorial 59/77

No 1

REYNARD, George carpenter and joiner Adelaide (Carrington St) 1846 83Application 14041

REYNARD, George joiner Adelaide 1846[-1848] Memorial 123/6

REYNARD, George carpenter & joiner Norwood 1853 Memorial 378/46

REYNARD, George carpenter Norwood 1871 Application 11437

REYNARD, George builder Norwood 1873 Memorial 143/268

REYNELL, Alfred Chief Clerk Colonial Treasury 1843 Memorial 440/2

No 1

REYNELL, Carew vigneron Reynella, about to leave Australia for a period, power of attorney to Lenore REYNELL spinster Adelaide, to manage his business affairs in Australia and New Zealand 14/12/1914 Deposit 17/1915

REYNELL, May Marion widow Reynella, power of attorney to Sydney Russell BOOTH public accountant Adelaide, and in his absence or incapacity, James COUNSELL public accountant Adelaide, to manage her SA business affairs 5/3/1921 Deposit 12/1921

No 1

REYNELL, Henry Esquire Calcutta, Presidency of Bengal, East Indies 1845. Perhaps a relative to Alfred and John Reynell of SA.

Memorial 204/5

REYNELL, Henry master mariner Calcutta, Bengal 1846 Brother to John Reynell Esquire Reynella Farm Memorial 233/72

No 1

REYNELL, John Esquire Reynella Farm Hurtle Vale 1851[-1854] Memorial 441/32

REYNELL, John Esquire Hurtle Vale 1854 Memorial 40/70

REYNELL, John of Reynella, died. He left £1250 (out of an insurance policy), the Broadway piano and all plate or silver of the house and such of my books as she may select (preferably the foreign ones and not denuding too much the shelves), to his daughter Lydia Reynell. £20 a year to his sister, Julia, for life. All the real estate, with plant (live and dead) and cellars of wine to his son, Walter Reynell. 'My eldest daughter Lucy being now married to a wealthy man not requiring the portion formerly designed for her - and the bad times having so much curtailed my means - I enjoin strictly upon my daughter Lydia - the vicissitude of colonial life being so great.' Lydia Reynell to have at least £1,000 if she should marry, free from her husband's control 1873 Memorial 122/267

REYNELL, Lydia spinster Magill, about to depart the province for some time, power of attorney to Charles August REINECKE land agent Adelaide, to manage her SA business affairs 26/1/1882. By 19/1/1883, she was back in SA and living at Rostrevor, near Magill - power of attorney to Walter REYNELL and CA REINECKE agents Adelaide, to manage her business affairs throughout Australia and New Zealand during her absence from the province Deposits 41/1883 & 142/1884

No 1

REYNELL, Samuel farmer the Onkaparinga 1849 Memorial 95/29

REYNELL, Samuel [formerly farmer the Onkaparinga but now] gentleman Adelaide 1851 Memorial 170/29

REYNELL, Samuel farmer Morphett Vale 1864 Memorial 200/195

No 1

REYNELL, Walter clerk Mitcham 1869 Memorial 158/244

REYNELL, Walter land agent Adelaide (King William St) 1875 Memorial 80/283

REYNELL, Walter stock salesman Adelaide 1894 Application 22644

REYNELL, Walter Rupert physician Reynella 1919 Memorial 53/479

REYNOLDS, Arthur James Lawrence carter Kapunda 1899[-1905] Memorial 86/437, Application 24958

No 1

REYNOLDS, Charles John timber merchant Pt Adelaide in partnership with George Kingston LAKE, trading as Lake and Reynolds 1877. Bankrupt 8/3/1877. Good list of assets in Enrolment 78/82

REYNOLDS, Charles John gentleman Pt Adelaide linked with Thomas Reynolds formerly painter and glazier Pt Adelaide but now gentleman Fishbourne, Chichester, Sussex, England 1880 Memorial 15/349

REYNOLDS, Charles John clerk Pt Augusta Co Frome. Pt Augusta West (Hundred of Copley) township allotment land grant 1883 Grant Book 66 Page 153 County Manchester

REYNOLDS, Charles John agent Pt Augusta 1884 Application 20266

REYNOLDS, Christopher Augustine RC Bishop of Adelaide leased for 7 years at £64 a year from Thomas Rich SEDGWICK farmer Chart Sutton, Kent, England and William SHADGETT farmer Boughton Monchelsea, Kent, England, 'all that house, land and premises known as Knightsbridge, situated at or near Tusmore in the District of Burnside … as the said land contains 30 acres or thereabouts and has been subdivided into paddocks and is enclosed with a fence and is part of Section 298 Survey B' 1874 Memorial 240/277

REYNOLDS, Edward shoemaker Bowden 1854 Enrolment/

REYNOLDS, Edward James, husband of Mary Margaret Reynolds, son of Jane Reynolds, grandson of Anne CONWAY all of Sevenhill c1924 Application 29253

REYNOLDS, Ernest farmer Peake. Hundred of Sherlock land grant 1912 Grant Book 6 Page 34 County Buccleuch

No 1

REYNOLDS, Francis builder Pt Adelaide 1854[-1855] Memorial 99/73

REYNOLDS, Francis timber merchant Pt Adelaide 1868 Enrolment 85/51

REYNOLDS, Frederick confectioner Parkside purchased a working man's lease in the Hundred of Noarlunga 1904 Memorial 63/452

No 1

REYNOLDS, Frederick James farmer Crystal Brook 1887 Memorial 208/382

No 2

REYNOLDS, Frederick James licensed victualler Globe Hotel Gawler 1907 Memorial 123/457

REYNOLDS, George Melville labourer Reynella 1917 Memorial 60/476

REYNOLDS, H dealer Adelaide (Flinders St) 1892 Application 22288

No 1

REYNOLDS, Harry baker Houghton 1875 Memorial 180/280

REYNOLDS, Harry formerly baker Houghton but now out of business 63 Cheltenham St, Malvern 1920 Memorial 38/481

REYNOLDS, Harry formerly baker Houghton but now out of business 63 Cheltenham St, Malvern 1921 Application 26987

No 1 - the Elder

REYNOLDS, Henry joiner Adelaide 1862 Memorial 113/181

REYNOLDS, Henry carpenter Adelaide (Sturt St) 1858[-1867] Memorial 203/341

REYNOLDS, Henry builder Adelaide, about to depart the province for parts beyond the sea, power of attorney to Henry Colls RICHARDSON builder Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 18/1/1872 Deposit 14/1872

REYNOLDS, Henry formerly of Adelaide but now out of business Brighton 1882 Memorial 165/341

REYNOLDS, Henry builder Brighton 1880[-1883] Memorial 236/322

REYNOLDS, Henry the Elder gentleman New Brighton, died 12/2/1883 Coromandel Valley. Husband of Phoebe Reynolds. Father of Henry Reynolds the Younger, Jane RICHARDSON wife of Henry Colls Richardson architect Adelaide (Sturt St) and Elizabeth MACKLIN wife of T Macklin. Brother to William Peter Reynolds coach builder Adelaide (Sturt St). Uncle to Ann HILL nee SHUTE wife of John Hill farmer Arkaba. Perhaps brother-in-law or uncle to Samuel Shute of Arkaba. Step-father to Amelia and Joseph MATHEWS. A good friend (and perhaps relative) to the late John and Sarah TUCKER no description (Their children to benefit from the estate until each person turned 18). Profits from shares in the National and Adelaide Banks and real estate rents to go equally to all grandchildren as they come of age 'with an admonition as to its careful and profitable use seeing that it cost their grandfather a lifetime of toil and care'. Memorial 78/348

No 2 - perhaps the Younger

REYNOLDS, Henry farmer Lower Wakefield 1867 Memorial 63/225

No 3

REYNOLDS, Henry mason Portland Estate 1875 Application 14546

No 4 - perhaps a continuation of No 3

REYNOLDS, Henry of Johnburgh 1887 Memorial 1/385

No 5

REYNOLDS, Henry teamster Laura 1887 Memorial 146/386

No 6

REYNOLDS, Henry licensed victualler Pt Broughton 1903 Memorial 1/448

REYNOLDS, Henry formerly licensed victualler Pt Broughton but now out of business Semaphore 1907 Memorial 34/458

REYNOLDS, Henry Dennett out of business Adelaide 1877 Memorial 88/301

No 1

REYNOLDS, James miner Moonta 1871 Memorial 9/256

No 2 - perhaps the same person

REYNOLDS, James farmer Kapunda 1886 Memorial 45/380

REYNOLDS, James farmer Linwood 1892 Memorial 226/415

REYNOLDS, J blacksmith Happy Valley 1894 Memorial 211/421

REYNOLDS, Jane married woman Sevenhill. William Herbert Reynolds mentioned but not described 1914 Memorial 98/471

No 1

REYNOLDS, John Lunatic Asylum keeper near Adelaide 1851 Memorial 455/31

No 2

REYNOLDS, John miner Adelaide (Rundle St) 1852 Memorial 19/43

REYNOLDS, John miner Adelaide owned land in Norwood [Lot 47] 1855 Memorial 133/94

REYNOLDS, John miner late of Norwood, but now of Amherst, Vic, power of attorney to William WALDIN farmer Dry Creek, to complete the sale of Lot 47, Section 276 Survey B Norwood, together with residence and outbuildings, to George Miller GALLEY 19/8/1865 Deposit 215/1865

No 3

REYNOLDS, John farmer Islington 1855 Memorial 406/94

REYNOLDS, John farmer Islington Hundred of Macclesfield land grant 1859 Grant Book 36 Page 355a County Hindmarsh

REYNOLDS, John farmer formerly of Islington 1855 but now of Strathalbyn 1866 Application 7039

No 4

REYNOLDS, John stevedore Pt Pirie West. Hundred of Pirie land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 289 County Victoria

No 5

REYNOLDS, John carpenter Glenelg and Charlotte Reynolds his wife 1885 Application 20662

No 6

REYNOLDS, John farmer Hundred of Wilson 1890 Memorial 191/401

REYNOLDS, John farmer late of Wilson, but now of Wirrabara, power of attorney to Gustav DEGENHARDT solicitor Orroroo, to transfer his Crown Land leases No 6, 19, 20, 41 S in the Hundred of Wonoka, comprised in Nos 2100, 2127, 3850, to Richard ROWE, following a sale of the same 16/5/1891 Deposit 60/1891

No 7

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

REYNOLDS, John labourer Dry Creek Co Adelaide. Hundred of Maitland land grant 1879 Grant Book 19 Page 103 County Fergusson

No 1 – John Allen Reynolds

REYNOLDS, John lighterman Pt Adelaide 1856 Memorial 189/99

REYNOLDS, John Allen formerly lighterman Pt Adelaide but now of Melbourne Vic 1882 Memorial 167/340

REYNOLDS, John James miner Petersburg 1889 Memorial 94/399

No 1

REYNOLDS, John William farmer Sevenhill 1918 Memorial 19/477

REYNOLDS, John William farmer Sevenhill, died 8/3/1940 Clare. Beneficiaries included - Edward James Reynolds farmer Sevenhill, William Herbert Reynolds, Susan Jane VERE, Elizaa Maria WINCHESTER and Rebecca WORDEN Memorial 73/515

No 1 – perhaps the same person FIND

REYNOLDS, Lawrence farmer Sandy Creek 1856[-1859] Memorial 147/99

REYNOLDS, Lawrence farmer near Freeling Co Light. Hundred of Anne land grant 1874[-1877] Grant Book 60 Page 11 County Victoria

REYNOLDS, Lawrence farmer Walloway. Hundred of Walloway land grant 1881 Grant Book 13 Page 222 County Dalhousie

REYNOLDS, Lawrence storekeeper Johnburgh Co Dalhousie. Belton (Hundred of Eurilpa) township allotment land grant 1882 Grant Book 28 Page 112 County Granville

No 1

REYNOLDS, Mary spinster Adelaide 1851. Hundred of Goolwa land grant Memorial 144/39

REYNOLDS, Mary spinster Adelaide (Rundle St) 1852 Memorial 344/44

REYNOLDS, Mary spinster Appila. Hundred of Appila land grant 1880 Grant Book 24 Page 501 County Frome

REYNOLDS, Patrick farmer Rochester. Peter Reynolds mentioned but not described 1883[-1884] Memorial 74/350

No 1

REYNOLDS, Peter farmer Marion 1853[-1865] Memorial 463/55

REYNOLDS, Peter farmer The Sturt 1853[-1855] Memorial 372/58

REYNOLDS, Peter labourer The Sturt 1855 Memorial 77/92

REYNOLDS, Peter farmer Marion 1860 Application 1101

No 2

REYNOLDS, Peter farmer Broughton (later called Redhill) Co Daly. Hundred of Koolunga land grant 1880 Grant Book 55 Page 187 County Stanley

REYNOLDS, Peter farmer Koolunga, had died by 1899. Executors – Magnus BADGER solicitor Clare and John Reynolds farmer Koolunga 1892 Grant Book 55 Page 43 County Stanley

No 3

REYNOLDS, Peter farmer Pekina 1886[-1897] Memorial 95/374

REYNOLDS, Peter farmer Pekina. Hundred of Pekina land grant 1904 Grant Book 13 Page 174 County Dalhousie

No 1 - perhaps the same person

REYNOLDS, Richard baker Goolwa 1858 Memorial 162/147

REYNOLDS, Richard of Goolwa 1868 Memorial 139/230

REYNOLDS, Robert baker Mintaro 1854 Memorial 39/62

No 1

REYNOLDS, Samuel miner Kadina. Section 99n Hundred of Kadina land grant 1885 Grant Book 14 Page 244 County Daly

REYNOLDS, Samuel linked with Section 100 Hundred of Kadina Co Daly 1889 Memorial 75/401

No 1

REYNOLDS, Thomas bricklayer Hindmarsh 1839 Farmer Gawler River by 1852 Application 26568

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

REYNOLDS, Thomas farmer Pt Gawler 1853[-1863] Memorial 349/49

No 3

REYNOLDS, Thomas merchant Adelaide (Rundle St) 1849[-1854] Memorial 312/15

REYNOLDS, Thomas grocer Adelaide 1850 Memorial 202/23

REYNOLDS, Thomas [formerly grocer Adelaide but now] Esquire MP Wattleville Fullarton 1862. Enrolment 39/16

REYNOLDS, Thomas Treasurer of SA Wattleville Fullarton 1865 Memorial 75/205

REYNOLDS, Thomas the Hon, Thomas Frederick Reynolds and Samuel Edward Reynolds jam manufacturers and vignerons Adelaide and Wattleville carrying on business in co-partnership under the style or firm of T Reynolds & Sons. The firm was in financial difficulty by 1871 Memorial 25/277

REYNOLDS, Thomas (Hon) formerly of Adelaide, but now of Palmerston NT, power of attorney to James Taylor HOLMES vigneron Newington (Chairman of the Permanent Land & Building Association), near Adelaide, to manage the mortgage for £500 at 8%, of the eastern moiety of Town Acre 904 Gover St, North Adelaide, from James Andrew Trehane LAKE and Charles John REYNOLDS to the Hon Thomas Reynolds 1874 Deposit 149/1874

REYNOLDS, Thomas the Hon formerly of Adelaide but now of Palmerston in the Northern Territory of SA linked with TF Reynolds clerk Palmerston 1874 Memorial 24/277

REYNOLDS, Thomas gentleman late of Adelaide, but now of Bosham, Sussex, England, power of attorney to his brother, Henry Dennet REYNOLDS publican Gresham Hotel, King William St, Adelaide, to sell part lot 108 Macclesfield, facing Venables St 28/6/1876 Deposit 230/1878

No 4

REYNOLDS, Thomas carpenter Adelaide mid 1850 Memorial 256/24

REYNOLDS, Thomas carpenter Norwood 1850 Memorial 55/23

No 5

REYNOLDS, Thomas painter and glazier Pt Adelaide 1851[-1856] Memorial 30/32 Linked with Francis Reynolds builder Pt Adelaide 1856 Memorial 15/101

No 6 - perhaps the same person

REYNOLDS, Thomas farmer Gawler Plains 1854 Memorial 192/62

REYNOLDS, Thomas farmer Munno Para 1856 Memorial 273/112

REYNOLDS, Thomas farmer Glenvale 1858 Memorial 21/141

REYNOLDS, Thomas farmer Glenvale 1858 Stockport District School trustee Memorial 58/152

REYNOLDS, Thomas farmer formerly of Munno Para 1856 but now of Stockport on the Gilbert 1866 Application 7138

No 7

REYNOLDS, Thomas shoemaker Adelaide and BOWEN, William mail driver Pt Adelaide 1860 Application 1047

No 8

REYNOLDS, Thomas farmer Rochester Hundred of Pekina land grant 1881 Grant Book 13 Page 164 County Dalhousie

No 9

REYNOLDS, Thomas sheep farmer near Kapunda 1887 Memorial 96/384

REYNOLDS, Thomas sheep farmer Kapunda 1887. He had links with Pt Adelaide Application 21248

No 10

REYNOLDS, Thomas blocker Booborowie trustee Wesleyan Methodist Church Booborowie Booborowie (Hundred of Ayers) township allotment land grant 1890 Grant Book 56 Page 321 County Stanley

REYNOLDS, Thomas contractor Booborowie Hundred of Ayers land grant 1901 Grant Book 56 Page 202 County Stanley

No 11

REYNOLDS, Thomas bricklayer Adelaide 1914 Application 26265

REYNOLDS, Thomas Carter insurance secretary Medindie. Walkerville Methodist Church trustee 1912 Memorial 137/466

REYNOLDS, Thomas Ignatius mechanic Sevenhill 1952 Application 28852

REYNOLDS, Thomas Samuel Dummer farmer Tarlee Co Light. Hundred of Pekina land grant 1882 Grant Book 13 Page 166 County Dalhousie

No 1

REYNOLDS, William shoemaker Bowden 1848[-1873] Memorial 379/10

REYNOLDS, William leather cutter Bowden 1875 Memorial 68/285, Application 17555

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

REYNOLDS, William cordwainer Adelaide 1853 Albert Oddfellow's Lodge Adelaide trustee Memorial 475/61

No 3

REYNOLDS, William whitesmith Pt Adelaide 1856 Memorial 205/108

REYNOLDS, William whitesmith Pt Adelaide 1857 Memorial 24/120

REYNOLDS, William zinc worker Pt Adelaide 1861 Memorial 188/172

REYNOLDS, William formerly zinc worker 1861 but now tinman [probably the same thing??] Pt Adelaide 1865 Application 6400

REYNOLDS, William painter Pt Adelaide 1866[-1870] Application 23296, Memorial 40/249

REYNOLDS, William formerly of Pt Adelaide but now farmer Willowie 1877 Memorial 7/301

REYNOLDS, William licensed victualler Redhill 1875 Memorial 216/279

No 4

REYNOLDS, William Arter tinsmith Pt Adelaide 1862[-1872] Memorial 251/181, Application 6720.

REYNOLDS, William Arter whitesmith Pt Adelaide 1868[-1874] Memorial 99/230, Application 13534

REYNOLDS, WIlliam Arter formerly whitesmith Pt Adelaide but now of Cecil Road, Emerald Hill Vic 1877 Memorial 140/300

REYNOLDS, William Arter out of business 185 Cecil St, Emerald Hill Vic, power of attorney to William Thomas CLELAND customs and shipping agent Pt Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 14/5/1877 Deposit 117/1887

REYNOLDS, William Arter gentleman Pt Adelaide 1880 Application 18283

REYNOLDS, William Arter whitesmith formerly of Adelaide, but now of Melbourne Vic 1881 Application 18654

REYNOLDS, William Henry linked with Section 25m Hundred of Wandearah Co Victoria 1887 Memorial 161/384

No 1

REYNOLDS, William James painter Cheltenham 1865 Memorial 335/209

REYNOLDS, William James plumber Pt Adelaide 1868 Application 9204

REYNOLDS, William James [formerly painter Cheltenham but now licensed victualler Woodville 1871 Memorial 70/256

REYNOLDS, William James licensed victualler Two Wells Broughton [later Redhill] township allotment land grant 1871 Grant Book 14 Page 494 County Daly

REYNOLDS, William James licensed victualler Broughton. Hundred of Redhill land grant 1874 Grant Book 14 Page 357 County Daly

REYNOLDS, William James of Redhill 1875 Memorial 71/286

REYNOLDS, William James licensed victualler Redhill 1879 Memorial 902/319

REYNOLDS, William James gentleman Adelaide, about to leave the province for a time, power of attorney to Henry Dennett REYNOLDS gentleman Halifax St, Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 2/5/1882 Deposit 160/1882

REYNOLDS, William James licensed victualler East Payneham took out a 5-year lease of the Theatre Royal Hotel, Hindley St, Adelaide at £1,150 a year 1893 Memorial 199/419

REYNOLDS, William James licensed victualler formerly of Adelaide (Theatre Royal Hotel, Hindley St) but now of Coolgardie WA 1894 Memorial 214/422

No 1

REYNOLDS, William Peter builder Adelaide 1843[-1854] Memorial 121/321

No 2

REYNOLDS, William Peter coachbuilder Adelaide 1883 Memorial 163/348, Application 19685

REYNOLDS, William Peter coach builder Adelaide, power of attorney to Samuel SAINT builder Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 28/5/1883 Deposit 161/1883

REYNOLDS, William Peter coachbuilder formerly of Adelaide but now of parts beyond the seas 1883 Memorial 80/467

REYNOLDS, William Peter coachbuilder Adelaide 1890[-1895] Memorial 98/414

No 1

RHEAD, John J overseer Springbank near Kooringa 1863[-1864] Memorials 167/191 & 24/194

RHEAD, John J surveyor Auburn 1870 Memorial 15/249

RHIND, James and John farmers Bugle Ranges 1895 Application 22907

No 1

RHIND, William farmer Dalveen Hundred of Strathalbyn 1857 Memorial 1/122

RHIND, William of the Tin Pot 1859 Application 871

RHIND, William shepherd near Woodchester 1891 Memorial 89/407

No 1

RHIND, William Graham bank manager Adelaide 1880[-1881] Memorial 224/321, Application 18567

RHIND, William Graham bank manager Adelaide, about to leave the province, power of attorney to Willoughby HOWELL Manager of the Adelaide Branch of the Bank of NSW, to manage his SA business affairs 13/4/1882 Deposit 82/1882

RHIND, William Graham Bank of NSW inspector Wellington New Zealand, died c1898. Husband of Louisa Rhind Memorial 46/437

RHODES, Edward Henry ironmonger Coolgardie WA and Anna Eliza RHODES his wife, power of attorney to George Wilfred ANTHONY civil servant Norwood, to manage their SA business affairs 15/11/1895 Deposit 761/1895

No 1

RHODES, George and William storekeepers Adelaide (Rundle St)1850[-1854] Memorial 47/27

RHODES, George and William ironmongers Adelaide (Rundle St) 1856 Memorial 482/96

RHODES, George ironmonger Adelaide 1857[-1860] Memorial 8/121

RHODES, George the Elder ironmonger Adelaide 1858 Memorial 46/148

RHODES, George ironmonger formerly of Adelaide 1858 but now of Clarke St, Norwood 1862 Application 3675

RHODES, George of Charles St, Norwood 1872 Memorial 95/258

RHODES, George formerly ironmonger Adelaide 1857 but now gentleman Norwood 1874 Application 13454

No 2

RHODES, George yeoman Glenelg 1854 Memorial 89/67

RHODES, George formerly yeoman Glenelg 1854 but now of parts beyond the seas 1875 Application 14437

No 3

RHODES, George JP of Stockport 1884 Memorial 135/357

RHODES, George JP of Hamley Bridge 1886 Memorial 123/377

No 1

RHODES, James labourer Brompton 1853[-1858] Memorial 77/51

RHODES, James labourer Brompton 1862 Application 2760

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

RHODES, James storekeeper Holden St, Hindmarsh 1877 Application 16351

RHODES, James hawker Hindmarsh and RHODES, William brickmaker Hindmarsh 1886 Application 20914

RHODES, James hawker Hindmarsh 1887 Memorial 170/384

RHODES, James produce hawker Hindmarsh 1890 Memorial 195/405

RHODES, James committee member Hindmarsh Loan Land Building and Investement Society on the Permanent Principle Inc 1896 Memorial 247/428

RHODES, James out of business Holden St, Hindmarsh 1908 Application 25484

No 1

RHODES, Peter labourer Adelaide 31/7/1838 Application 5255

RHODES, Peter carter Hindmarsh 1850 Memorial 458/19

RHODES, Peter labourer Adelaide 1839 Carter Hindmarsh 1850 Application 16246.

No 1

RHODES, Thomas farmer Yankalilla 1878 Memorial 141/326

No 2

RHODES, Thomas ironmonger Rundle St, Adelaide, about to depart the province for a time, power of attorney to William RHODES ironmonger Rundle St, Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 9/4/1883 Deposit 109/1883

RHODES, Thomas ironmonger Adelaide Co Adelaide. Tarcoola (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1901 Grant Book 65 Page 302 County Not named

No 1

RHODES, William ironmonger Adelaide 1862[-1873] Memorial 167/189, Application 6580, Application 9960

RHODES, William ironmonger Adelaide trustee Norwood Wesleyan Chapel 1877 Application 16053

RHODES, William ironmonger Rundle St, Adelaide, about to depart the province for a time, power of attorney to Thomas RHODES ironmonger Rundle St, Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs in connection with the firm of W & T RHODES 11/6/1880 Deposit 111/1880

RHODES, William merchant Kent Town. Norwood Wesleyan Methodist Church Trustee 1882 Application 19463

RHODES, William, Thomas, and William George, and Johann Christian HAAG ironmongers Adelaide trading under the style or firm of W & T Rhodes & Co Ltd 1892 Memorial 107/346

RHODES, William merchant Adelaide 1891 Memorial 59/409

RHODES, W & T ironmongers St Vincent St, Pt Adelaide 1901 Application 24249

RIBBONS, William Charles farmer Pinnaroo. Hundred of Pinnaroo land grant 1928 Grant Book 12 Page 56 County Chandos

RICE, Abel farmer Napperby. Trustee Wesleyan Methodist Church Napperby Napperby (Hundred of Napperby) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 60 Page 374 County Victoria

RICE, Ann Eliza widow Adelaide 1875 Memorial 151/284

RICE, Arthur James labourer Gawler 1898 Application 23524

No 1

RICE, Edwin farmer Levi's Waterhole near Truro 1861 Memorial 274/172

RICE, Edwin farmer Dutton 1892[-1906] Memorial 143/412

RICE, Edwin farmer Dutton linked with George Rice farmer Woodchester 1892 Application 22220

No 1

RICE, Fred farmer Dutton 1906 Memorial 4/455

RICE, Fred farmer formerly of Dutton but then of Angaston, died 24/11/1939. Husband of Martha Matilda Rice Memorial 68/514

RICE, Martha Matilda widow Angaston 1940, relict of Frederick Rice farmer Dutton Application 28251

RICE, Henry Michael licensed victualler Adelaide (Sturt Hotel, Grenfell St). 7-year lease at £7 a week from 1877 Memorial 234/303 He assigned the remainder of his lease to George Sydney COTTON out of business Adelaide for £600 in 1878 Memorial 149/305

No 1 - likely to be the same person

RICE, James farmer Hundred of Mudla Wirra 1855 Memorial 64/90 Residing near Gawler 1855 Memorial 65/90

RICE, James farmer Gawler 1857 Memorial 223/123

RICE, James cordwainer Gawler 1859 Memorial 41/157

RICE, James cordwainer Gawler 1861 Application 2042

No 1 - likely to be the same person

RICE, Joseph farmer Dutton 1895 Memorial 64/426

RICE, Joseph retired farmer Angaston 1923 Memorial 44/489

RICE, Levi labourer Kapunda 1878 Application 16593

RICE, Joseph Edward warehouseman Adelaide 1910 Memorial 199/463

RICE, PE law clerk Adelaide 1920[-1922] Memorial 196/481

RICE, Richard labourer Black Forest 1853[-1854] Memorial 495/56

No 1

RICE, Thomas farmer Barossa 1855[-1872] Memorial 488/84

RICE, Thomas farmer near Lyndoch Valley 1858 Memorial 297/137

RICE, Thomas farmer Dutton 1891 Memorial 130/411

RICE, Thomas Oliver labourer Bute. Bute (Hundred of Wiltunga) township allotment land grant 1888 Grant Book 14 Page 397 County Daly

RICE, William retired farmer Gawler 1937 Memorial 159/510

RICH, AE law clerk Adelaide 1881[-1885] Memorial 169/335

No 1 - Alfred Franklin Rich

RICH, Alfred Rich shoemaker The Sturt 1848 Memorial 447/11

RICH, Alfred Rich shoemaker Adelaide (Brown St) 1850Memorial 446/19

RICH, Alfred Franklin storekeeper Adelaide 1856 Memorial 149/95

RICH, Alfred Franklin shoemaker Pt Elliot 1856[-1866] Memorial 196/111, Application 7768

RICH, Alfred bootmaker Melbourne Vic and Bridget Rich his wife 1878 Application 16597

RICH, Richard Robert letter carrier Norwood 1920 Application 26911

RICH, Sarah Ann married woman Bordertown 1905 Application 24909

RICH, William farmer Mt Gambier Hundred of Mayurra land grant 1881 Grant Book 31 Page 228 County Grey

RICH, William John of Kulpara 1887 Memorial 61/389

RICHARDS, Albert Henry draper Adelaide Co Adelaide. Cockburn (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1886 Grant Book 65 Page 167 County Not named

RICHARDS, Albert Oliver farmer Pinnaroo trustee Pinnaroo Institute 1908 Grant Book 12 Page 77 County Chandos

RICHARDS, Alfred blacksmith Adelaide 1888 Memorial 191/390

No 1

RICHARDS, Amy widow North Adelaide 1849[-1853] Memorial 370/15

RICHARDS, Amy widow formerly of North Adelaide 1853 but now storekeeper Nailsworth 1864 Application 5610

No 2

RICHARDS, Amy widow Kapunda [relict of the late John Richards formerly mine captain Kapunda but now deceased] 1864 Memorial 195/199

RICHARDS, Amy widow Kapunda, died 11/4/1883. Executrix: Elizabeth Richards spinster Kapunda Memorial 213/354

RICHARDS, Elizabeth spinster Kapunda daughter of Amy Richards widow Kapunda deceased 1886 Application 20936.

No 3

RICHARDS, Amy (Mrs) of Beltana 1888 Memorial 50/395

RICHARDS, Anne of Bowden 1858[-1860] Memorial 221/142

RICHARDS, AS of 64 Hindley St, Adelaide 1937 Memorial 20/511

No 1

RICHARDS, Benjamin miner Burra Mine 1850 Hundred of Willunga land grant Memorial 216/55

RICHARDS, Benjamin [formerly miner Burra but now] farmer McLaren Vale 1858[-1861] Memorial 184/146

RICHARDS, Benjamin farmer Franklin, South Gippsland Vic and Mary Ann Richards his wife 1883. Mrs Richards had lived at Penryn with her father John HOLMAN Application 19727

No 2

RICHARDS, Benjamin baker Black Forest 1853 Memorial 76/57

RICHARDS, Benjamin baker Adelaide 1855[-1865] Memorial 116/90

RICHARDS, Charles farmer Tungkillo Hundred of Tungkillo land grant 1876[-1879] Grant Book 58 Page 310 County Sturt

No 1

RICHARDS, Charles Bennett stockholder Oakden Hills Far North 1877[-1878] Memorial 147/298

RICHARDS, Charles Bennett sheep farmer Warriappa Station 1884 Memorial 212/358

RICHARDS, Charles Bennett farmer Franklin Harbour 1885[-1888] Memorial 178/367

RICHARDS, Charles Bennett farmer Winnowie linked with Mary Richards widow Laura and Auguste Davies solicitor Adelaide 1888 Memorial 72/394

RICHARDS, Charles Bennett sheepfarmer Pt Augusta and Annie Emma Richards his wife 1890 Memorial 199/405

RICHARDS, Charles Bennett grazier Pt Augusta 1891[-1896] Memorial 162/409

RICHARDS, Charles Bennett sheepfarmer formerly of Warriappa but now of The Grange Pt Augusta 1905 Memorial 195/452

RICHARDS, Charles Bennett farmer Franklin Harbour 1891 Memorial 138/410

RICHARDS, Charles H senior Commonwealth Valuator formerly of 9 Cardigan Ave, Payneham then 32 Flinders St, Kent Town but now Wickes Ave, Payneham 1944 Memorial 190/517 & RPA Search 1614

RICHARDS, Cyrus blacksmith Gawler 1861 Memorial 78/179

No 1

RICHARDS, Daniel Walter bricklayer Alberton 1879 Memorial 53/315

RICHARDS, Daniel Walter bricklayer Yatala township 1879[-1880] Memorial 133/313

No 1

RICHARDS, Elizabeth spinster Walkerville 1851[-1857] Memorial 27/35

No 2

RICHARDS, Elizabeth licensed victualler Court House Hotel Redruth 1909[-1914] Memorial 249/460

RICHARDS, Elizabeth licensed victualler Redruth near Kooringa 1918 Memorial 9/477

No 1

RICHARDS, Francis land and estate agent Woodside 1925[-1939] Memorial 170/493

RICHARDS, Francis estate agent formerly of Woodside but now of Seacliff 1945 Memorial 7/519

RICHARDS, Francis estate agent Woodside 1947 Memorial 28/521

RICHARDS, Frederick labourer Kalangadoo Hundred of Grey land grant 1893 Grant Book 30 Page 337 County Grey

No 1 - perhaps the same person

RICHARDS, Frederick James Town Clerk of Gawler 1930 Application 27778

RICHARDS, Frederick James of 40 Orchard Ave, Everard Pk, aged 75 in 1956. He had links with Kapunda Application 29167

No 1

RICHARDS, Frederick William storekeeper Adelaide 1855[-1861] Memorial 55/89

No 1

RICHARDS, Frederick William coffee merchant Adelaide (South Tce) 1871 Application 11284

RICHARDS, Frederick William coffee manufacturer Adelaide 1874 Application 13351

No 2

RICHARDS, Fred W solicitor managing clerk to Messr KINGSTON, MCLACHLAN solicitors Adelaide 1900 Memorial 157/441

RICHARDS, Frederick William Chief Clerk performing the duties of the Master of the Supreme Court Adelaide 1908 Application 25423

No 1

RICHARDS, George merchant captain of the Royal George Albany Road, Camberwell, Surrey, England, died 6/12/1842 at Sydney NSW. His widow, Margaret Richards, formerly of Loughborough Road, Brixton, Surrey, England, but now of 49 Crampton St, Newington Butts, Surrey, England. She lived with Edward WALMSLEY hat manufacturer formerly of Winchester Race, Southwark, Surrey. Her husband, George Richards, had owned Town Acres 632 & 633 in Adelaide 1876 Memorial 9/289

No 2

RICHARDS, George town water carrier Gawler 1857[-1858] Memorial 222/123

No 3

RICHARDS, George farmer Boucaut trustee unnamed Church Hundred of Boucaut Hundred of Boucaut land grant 1881 Grant Book 55 Page 39 County Stanley

RICHARDS, George Thomas and RICHARDS, Richard Thomas farmers near Brighton 1867 Application 8466

RICHARDS, Hannah widow Clarendon 1865 Application 6979

RICHARDS, Harold Henry farm labourer Parilla. Hundred of Bews land grant 1911 Grant Book 12 Page 7 County Chandos

RICHARDS, Harry builder Willunga 1902 Application 24399

RICHARDS, Herbert Clarence engineer Adelaide 1916 Application 26496

No 1

RICHARDS, James of North Kapunda 1851 Memorial 415/29

No 2

RICHARDS, James labourer Pt Adelaide 1851[-1856] Memorial 92/30

No 3

RICHARDS, James grocer Adelaide 1856[-1858] Memorial 116/96

No 4

RICHARDS, James labourer Clarendon 1856 Memorial 157/108

RICHARDS, James farmer Clarendon 1859 Application 506

No 5 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

RICHARDS, James wheelwright Clare 1865 Application 6293

RICHARDS, James carpenter Clare 1867 Memorial 23/221

RICHARDS, James wheelwright Clare 1876 Memorial 122/290

RICHARDS, James the Elder formerly wheelwright but then out of business Clare, died 9/8/1893. Father of James Richards the Younger machinist Clare and Elizabeth Mary DEACON wife of William Archer Deacon booking clerk Clare Memorial 166/420

RICHARDS, James formerly the Younger machinist Clare 1894 Application 22710.

RICHARDS, James the Elder formerly wheelwright and machinist now out of business Clare, died 9/8/1893. Estate worth £1,300. His two children, James Richards the Younger machinist Clare and Elizabeth Mary DEACON wife of William Archer Deacon booking clerk Clare, received some real estate each absolutely. James Richards the Younger also inherited his father's toos of trade, while Elizabeth Deacon inherited his piano. The rest of the personal estate to be sold and combined with money in the bank or owing to him on mortgage poprerties. After his debts had been paid, the remainder of the fund to be distributed equally absolutely between James Richards and Elizabeth Deacon. James Richards the Younger machinist Clare, died 14/12/1898. His daughters, Edith Christina Richards, Ada May Richards, Maud Truscott Richards, and Una Jean Richards to inherit certain pieces of their late mother's jewellery. The testator's brother, John Truscott Richards, to inherit his father's watch and chain. The Richards' family home to be held in trust as a residence for as long as any two of the children wished to continue to live there, then to be sold. Any other real estate to be sold as the trustees wished to form a trust fund for the welfare of the children until the youngest child turned 16. The fund to be divided equally amongst the children absolutely, who would all receive their portion as each girl turned 21. Trustees - George HARMER butcher Clare and William Archer DEACON booking clerk Clare. Abraham George LEE mining agent Kintore St, Mile End, became the guardian of the girls, all under the age of 21 years, in preference to their grandmother, Christina TODD, of Pt Adelaide. Estate worth £600 Application 27053

No 6

RICHARDS, James labourer Point Pass, had died by 1913 intestate. Mary Jane Richards widow Point Pass administered the estate Grant Book 17 Page 180 County Eyre

RICHARDS, James Frederick Silverton Tramway Co employee Broken Hill NSW 1912[-1924] Memorial 181/466

RICHARDS, James Thomas carter Exeter Le Fevre Peninsula 1882 Application 19088

No 1

RICHARDS, John labourer North Kapunda 1852 Memorial 104/42

RICHARDS, John labourer [formerly of North Kapunda but now of] Adelaide 1852 Memorial 78/43

RICHARDS, John [formerly labourer Adelaide but now] miner Kapunda 1853[-1860] Memorial 343/57

RICHARDS, John miner Kapunda, son of Captain Richards Manager of the Kapunda Mine, bought lot 113 North Kapunda in 1851 from the North Kapunda Mining Company. John Richards built a 3-roomed cottage on the site, and then sold the property in 1852 to Dr BLOOD to obtain money to go to the Victorian gold diggings. Richards never returned to SA from the diggings. Nathaniel HAWKE formerly butcher Kapunda but now mine manager Kensington 1893, had lived in Kapunda between 1844-1871, except for two short trips away in 1852 and 1864 respectively, and gave the above information about John Richards Application 22446

No 2

RICHARDS, John miner Morphett Vale 1852 Memorial 38/44

No 3

RICHARDS, John labourer Bowden. He got into financial difficulties and the SA Sheriff seized his estate for sale. No indication of what happened to J Richards 1853[-1856] Memorials 421/52, 321/117

No 4

RICHARDS, John farmer Kapunda 1855 Memorial 12/89

RICHARDS, John farmer formerly of Kapunda but now of parts beyond the seas 1856. He appointed Phoebe Jane Richards of no given address [probably Kapunda] as his local attorney Memorials 69 & 72/108

No 5

RICHARDS, John dairy farmer Stone Hut near Angaston 1858 Memorial 191/136

RICHARDS, John dairyman Angaston 1858[-1867] Memorial 58/146, Application 5660

RICHARDS, Susan widow Angaston 1878, relict of the late John Richards formerly dairyman and farmer Angaston 1857 Application 16831

RICHARDS, Susan widow Angaston, died 18/12/1879 Surflen St, Adelaide, of old age, aged 79. Henry EVANS and JH ANGAS had settled part Section 346 Hundred of Moorooroo in trust upon Susan Richards wife of John Richards farmer Gawler River on 26/10/1855, to her use for life, and then to her children, Selina and Susan Justina Richards, absolutely in remainder expectant. Susan Richards 20 dairymaid near Angaston married Thomas GOULDEN 22 farmer Angaston, on 10/7/1856 John Richards home near Angaston. Minister: John HANNAY. Witnesses: John COAT and Selina Justina Richards. Selina Levina Richards 18 Angaston, married Benjamin CRABB 21 veterinary surgeon Angaston (Father: Richard Crabb) on 26/9/1860 Thomas SMITH home North Rhine. Minister: Robert L COWARD. Witnesses: Thomas Goulden labourer Angaston and Caroline SMITH of South Rhine. NB Mrs Richards probably died at the home of her granddaughter, (probably formerly Mary CRABB), Mary Ellen KURE wife of Andreas Nicolai KURE milkman Surflen St, Adelaide Application 18188

No 6

RICHARDS, John miner Kooringa 1859[-1865] Memorial 85/156

RICHARDS, John out of business near Auburn 1888 Memorial 219/389

No 7 - no relationship yet proved with No 6

RICHARDS, John miner Kooringa 1882[-1892] Memorial 236/340

No 8

RICHARDS, John miner Kapunda 1860 Memorial 97/161

RICHARDS, John miner Kapunda 1865 Application 6185

RICHARDS, John miner formerly of Kapunda 1860 but now of Kadina 1875 Application 14801

No 9

RICHARDS, John carter Brighton 1862 Application 3288

No 10 – perhaps the same person

RICHARDS, John gentleman Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1873 Grant Book 14 Page 82 County Daly

RICHARDS, John miner Adelaide Co Adelaide. Yatina township allotment land grant 1874 Grant Book 13 Page 4 County Dalhousie

No 11

RICHARDS, John farmer Hundred of Alma trustee land for school purposes Hundred of Alma land grant 1873 Grant Book 26 Page 100 County Gawler

No 12

RICHARDS, John bootmaker Willunga 1876 Application 15153

No 13 - perhaps the same person

RICHARDS, John baker Glanville 1884 Application 20170

RICHARDS, John baker formerly of the Portland Estate, and Jane Richards his wife 1896 Application 23157

No 14

Richards, John carpenter Willunga 1889. His wife, Mary Richards, died 11/8/1889, of 6 days' apoplexy, aged 66. Parents of Elizabeth Richards, who declared 1902 that she had no further interest in some land at Willunga, for which she had received £49 Application 24424

No 15

RICHARDS, John jeweller Eastwood and Caroline Richards his wife 1890 Memorial 28/402

No 16

RICHARDS, John farmer Gawler South, died 6/7/1891. Husband of Honor Richards, who died 30/5/1898. Father of Joseph Henry Richards farmer Willowie, John James Richards, William Charles Richards carpenter Gawler South, Caroline Richards, Mary Jane EYERS wife of Frederick Eyers wheelwright Willaston, and Elizabeth Ann WARD wife of John Ward farmer Tickera Memorials 181 - 183/436

No 17

RICHARDS, John farmer Muloowurtie, had died by 1900. Executrix – Jane Ann Richards widow Semaphore Grant Book 19 Page 410 County Fergusson

No 18

RICHARDS, John farmer Lameroo. Hundred of Pinnaroo land grant 1905 Grant Book 12 Page 33 County Chandos

RICHARDS, John Bowler butcher Yarrowie Appila township allotment land grant 1874 Grant Book 24 Page 481 County Frome

No 1

RICHARDS, John Henry baker Wallaroo. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1882 Grant Book 14 Page 88 County Daly

RICHARDS, John Henry farmer Wallaroo. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1885 Grant Book 14 Page 89 County Daly

No 2

RICHARDS, John Henry undertaker's assistant Adelaide (Whitmore Square) 1886 Application 24096

RICHARDS, John James of Willowie 1889 Memorial 200/399

RICHARDS, John Light bootmaker Adelaide 1858[-1864] Memorial 317/138

No 1 - likely to be the same person

RICHARDS, JM schoolmaster Kapunda 1860 Memorial 148/168

RICHARDS, JM of Kapunda, Secretary Kapunda Building Society 1856 Memorial 7/96

RICHARDS, Jonathan farmer Clarendon 1914 Application 26312

RICHARDS, Joseph Henry farmer Willowie Hundred of Willowie land grant 1900 Grant Book 24 Page 749 County Frome

RICHARDS, Leslie Clarence dairy farmer Jervois 1948 Application 28618

RICHARDS, Louisa spinster Boucaut Hundred of Boucaut land grant 1882 Grant Book 55 Page 41 County Stanley

No 1 - possibly the same person as all dealings are in lease land

RICHARDS, Mary widow Kapunda 1883[-1887]. She was still alive in 1901 but her address not known. Numerous dealings in lease land in the Far North Memorials 4/359, 13/447

RICHARDS, Mary widow Kapunda 1891 Application 22090

RICHARDS, Mary widow Mt Gambier 1890 Memorial 134/405

RICHARDS, Mary widow The Semaphore 1894 Memorial 114/420

No 1

RICHARDS, Mary Ann licensee Adelaide (Clarendon Hotel, Hindley St) 1884 Memorial 72/362

No 2

RICHARDS, Mary Ann widow Adelaide 1887 Memorial 30/384

No 1

RICHARDS, Maherschalalhashbaz engineer Goolwa 1885 Application 20440

RICHARDS, Mahershalalhashbaz engineer formerly of Goolwa late of Payneham 1908, lived with his wife, Sophia Martha Richards, for some 36 years in Goolwa, prior to 1903, when they removed to Payneham. They were well-known residents and were of good repute. M Richards died 26/2/1906. Thomas GOODE storekeeper Goolwa gave some of this information 1908 Application 25436

RICHARDS, Mary Elizabeth widow Goroke Vic 1904 Application 24762

RICHARDS, Mrs dressmaker Pt Adelaide 1876 Application 15432

No 1

RICHARDS, Percy William engine fitter Goolwa 1902 Memorial 64/446

RICHARDS, Percy William engineer Adelaide (Pirie St) 1910[-1924] Memorial 108/462

RICHARDS, Percy William engineer formerly of Goolwa but now of Woodville 1933 Memorial 113/506

RICHARDS, Philip railway labourer Hindmarsh 1872 Memorial 65/261

RICHARDS, Philip Morgan gentleman Adelaide 1838 Application 20398

RICHARDS, R station master Queenstown railway station 1885 Application 20426

No 1 – perhaps the same person FIND

RICHARDS, Reuben stone mason near Springton 1863 Application 3783

RICHARDS, Reuben farmer Pinnaroo. Hundred of Pinnaroo land grant 1908[-1912] Grant Book 12 Page 44 County Chandos

No 1

RICHARDS, Richard of Glenelg 1859 Memorial 242/149

RICHARDS, Richard painter Glenelg. Linked with Mary Ann Richards no description 1861[-1874] Memorials 97/172, 46/278

RICHARDS, Richard John and William Richards farmers Gumeracha 1900[-1910] Memorial 153/441

No 1

RICHARDS, Richard Thomas 24 farmer Brighton (Father: Ralph Richards) married Clarissa Elizabeth GREGORY 20 spinster Woodlands (Father: Walter Gregory) on 6/4/1865, at Mrs Richards' home, Brighton. Minister: Nathaniel BENNETT. Witnesses: Thomas and Emily Richards of Brighton Application 25331

RICHARDS, Richard Thomas 24 farmer Brighton (Father: Ralph Richards) married Clarissa Elizabeth GREGORY 30 Woodlands (Father: Walter Gregory), on 6/4/1865 Mrs Richards' home Brighton. Witnesses Thomas and Emily Richards Brighton Application 14051

RICHARDS, Richard Thomas farmer Brighton and Clarissa Elizabeth Richards nee GREGORY his wife (formerly of Hindmarsh) 1865 Memorial 120/205

RICHARDS, Richard Thomas farmer Brighton and Clara Elizabeth Richards his wife 1867 Application 8406

RICHARDS, Richard Thomas farmer Brighton and Clarissa Elizabeth Beeho Richards his wife 1870 Memorial 69/249

RICHARDS, Robert baker Kensington 1854[-1855] Memorial 484/72

RICHARDS, Robert Alfred shoemaker Eden Valley 1885 Application 20425

RICHARDS, Roy butcher Truro 1951 Application 28799

RICHARDS, Sampson carter Kapunda 1863[-1882] Memorial 207/191, Application 19007

No 1

RICHARDS, Samuel miner of SA, leased portion of the Yelta Mining Company mine site for 1 year from the company's liquidator, James S SCOTT 1880 Memorial 11/327

No 2

RICHARDS, Samuel labourer Tantanoola and Louisa Richards his wife Tantanoola (formerly Lucieton Hundred of Hindmarsh) township allotment land grant 1890 Grant Book 31 Page 299 County Grey

No 3

RICHARDS, Samuel JP compositor 41 Rose Tce, Wayville 1924 Memorial 48/490

No 1

RICHARDS, Stephen shoemaker Kooringa 1851 Memorial 303/35

RICHARDS, Stephen shoemaker [formerly of Kooringa but now of] Adelaide (Gouger St) 1853 Memorial 159/47

RICHARDS, Stephen [formerly shoemaker Adelaide but now] farmer Port Road 1855[-1865] Memorial 363/98

RICHARDS, Stephen formerly shoemaker Adelaide (Gouger St) 1853 but now farmer Port Road 1872 Application 11907

No 1

RICHARDS, Thomas miner Glen Osmond 1850[-1851] Memorial 214/20

No 2

RICHARDS, Thomas farmer Brighton 1860 Memorial 266/168

RICHARDS, Thomas farmer Section 142 Brighton Plains 1862[- 1863] Applications 3052, 3890

Richards, Thomas of Brighton and Ann Elizabeth Richards his wife 1863 formerly Ann Elizabeth nee SHEPHARD 1840 Application 3792

No 3 - perhaps the same person

RICHARDS, Thomas bootmaker Kooringa 1862[-1868] Memorial 181/180

RICHARDS, Thomas bootmaker Kooringa. Hundred of Hallett land grant 1869 Grant Book 8 Page 117 County Burra

RICHARDS, Thomas gentleman Kooringa. He let out money on mortgage 1864[-1869] Memorial 168/194

RICHARDS, Thomas gentleman Prospect. Links with Kooringa 1874[-1876] Memorial 249/276

RICHARDS, Thomas bootmaker Adelaide (Rundle St). His leased premises contained a shop, house and cellar, together with a rear right of way entrance and exit 1878[-1882] Memorial 234/310

RICHARDS, Thomas bootmaker formerly of Prospect but now of Adelaide 1880 Memorial 172/325

RICHARDS, Thomas formerly of Prospect but now gentleman College Park 1886 Memorial 12/379

No 4 – perhaps the same person

RICHARDS, Thomas farmer Gum Creek 1873 Memorial 161/268

RICHARDS, Thomas labourer Gum Creek Hundred of Ayers land grant 1878 Grant Book 56 Page 194 County Stanley

No 5

RICHARDS, Thomas farmer Kapunda 1875 Application 14751

RICHARDS, Thomas farmer Kapunda. Kapunda Wesleyan Chapel member 1876 Application 14752

No 6 – perhaps a continuation of No 5

RICHARDS, Thomas farmer Kapunda Hundred of Boucaut land grant 1885 Grant Book 55 Page 42 County Stanley

RICHARDS, Thomas farmer Boucaut trustee unnamed Church Hundred of Boucaut Hundred of Boucaut land grant 1881 Grant Book 55 Page 39 County Stanley

No 7

RICHARDS, Thomas engine driver Redruth 1882 Memorial 64/345

RICHARDS, Thomas engine driver Redruth trustee Redruth Methodist Church 1903 Application 27966

No 8

RICHARDS, Thomas farmer Gumbowie Hundred of Gumbowie land grant 1885 Grant Book 40 Page 46 County Kimberley

No 9

RICHARDS, Thomas labourer Pt Adelaide 1913 Application 26248

RICHARDS, Thomas Clement baker Pt Adelaide 1872 Memorial 220/262

RICHARDS, Thomas Edward farmer Hallett 1904 Memorial 131/451

RICHARDS, Thomas Oliver compositor Cottonville. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1910 Grant Book 2 Page 19 County Adelaide

RICHARDS, Thomas Paul of Beltana 1888 Memorial 196/394

RICHARDS, Tobias John coachbuilder Lower Mitcham 1909 Application 25634

No 1 - perhaps the same person

RICHARDS, William mercer Adelaide 1843[-1848] Memorial 227/3

RICHARDS, William tailor Angaston 1853 Memorial 275/56

RICHARDS, William tailor Angaston 1861 Application 2191

No 2

RICHARDS, William Esquire New City Chambers, Bishopsgate St, London, Middlesex, England, purchased land grants for Sections 4140, 4011, in the Mt Barker District. William Richards the Younger clerk to W Richards the Elder was a witness to the transaction 1842 Memorial 112/9

RICHARDS, William the Elder gentleman New City Chambers, Bishopsgate St, London, Middlesex, died 4/10/1860. His widow, Caroline Richards, Tottenham, Middlesex, England, and sons, William Richards [formerly the Younger], Melville Richards and Basil Richards gentlemen New City Chambers, Bishopsgate St, London, power of attorney to Pitt COBBETT gentleman Adelaide, to sell the real estate in the Mt Barker Special Survey (Sections 4010, 4011), Hundreds of Yankalilla, Light and also an allotment in Apoinga near Black Springs, and another allotment at Brighton, according to the terms of the trust outlined in the will 21/5/1861 Deposit 209/1861

No 3

RICHARDS, William yeoman Adelaide 1852[-1855] Memorial 310/45

No 4

RICHARDS, William miner Adelaide 1854 Memorial 72/64

No 5

RICHARDS, William mason Norwood 1856[-1860] Memorial 21/110, Application 1602

No 6

RICHARDS, William blacksmith Mt Barker 1860 Application 1265

No 7

RICHARDS, William clerk Nailsworth 1864 Memorial 297/192

No 8

RICHARDS, William clerk to WHC PALMER of Kapunda 1864[-1865] Memorial 62/199

No 9

RICHARDS, William shepherd near Kapunda Hundred of English land grant 1867 Grant Book 17 Page 162 County Eyre

RICHARDS, William contractor Point Pass 1908 Grant Book 17 Page 178 County Eyre

RICHARDS, William farner Australia Plain, had died by 1916. Executrix – Elizabeth Annie Richards widow Point Pass Grant Book 17 Page 180 County Eyre

No 10

RICHARDS, William Bible Christian Minister of the Gospel Pt Augusta 1868 Memorial 62/232

RICHARDS, William Bible Christian Minister Kapunda 1872 Memorial 44/259

RICHARDS, W Bible Christian minister Middleton 1876 Memorial 130/289

RICHARDS, William Bible Christian Minister Kooringa 1878[-1880] Memorial 217/312, Application 18207

RICHARDS, William Bible Christian Minister Willunga 1884 Application 20383

No 11

RICHARDS, William bricklayer Southwark and Jane Richards his wife 1914 Application 26309

No 12

RICHARDS, William carpenter Willunga 1920 Memorial 69/480

RICHARDS, William carpenter Willunga 1902, declared that his youngest child, Fanny Blanche Richards, had turned 21 on 15/12/1901 Application 24426

RICHARDS, William Charles carpenter Gawler South 1898[-1921] Memorial 183/436, Application 27017

No 1

RICHARDS, William Frederick police corporal Adelaide 1857 Memorial 46/125

RICHARDS, William Frederick [formerly police corporal but now] baker Gawler 1867[-1885] Memorial 219/219

RICHARDS, William Frederick formerly Police Corporal Adelaide but now baker Gawler 1888 Application 21423

No 1 - perhaps the same person

RICHARDS, William Henry miner Greenock 1858[-1860] Memorial 156/141

RICHARDS, William Henry of Greenock Creek formerly miner 1856 but now well digger 1863 Application 4316

RICHARDS, William Henry miner Hundred of Barossa 1885 Memorial 17/367

No 2

RICHARDS, William Henry wine and spirit merchant Kooringa. Hundred of Hallett land grant 1869 Grant Book 8 Page 118 County Burra. Farmer Kooringa. Hundred of Hallett land grant 1871 Grant Book 8 Page 119 County Burra

RICHARDS, William Pearce clerk to Messrs ANDREWS & BONNIN solicitors Adelaide 1878 Memorial 46/306

No 1

RICHARDSON, Adam Watson chemist and druggist Mt Barker 1858 Memorial 212/143

RICHARDSON, Adam Watson chemist and druggist Mt Barker, died 6/4/1894. Husband of Albertina Richardson Memorial 133/422

No 1

RICHARDSON, Albert McPherson formerly farmer O'Halloran Hill then grazier formerly of Willunga but now of Delamere 1928 Memorials 164 & 165/499

RICHARDSON, Albert McPherson grazier Delamere 1937 Memorial 141/511

RICHARDSON, Albert McPherson grazier Delamere 1934 Memorial 194/507

RICHARDSON, Allen out of business Reade Park 1941 declared that he had been born on 13/6/1904 at Norwood Application 28275

No 1

RICHARDSON, Alexander Wilson farmer near Woodchester Hundred of Willochra land grant 1882 Grant Book 24 Page 546 County Frome

RICHARDSON, Alexander Wilson farmer Willochra Hundred of Pinda land grant 1884 Grant Book 24 Page 591 County Frome

No 1 - probably the same person

RICHARDSON, Alphonso farmer Hundred of Mongolata 1887[-1890] Memorial 6/387

RICHARDSON, Alphonso labourer Nelson. Hundred of Baldina land grant 1908 Grant Book 9 Page 15 County Burra

RICHARDSON, Alphonso farmer Nelson 1911 Memorial 9/465

RICHARDSON, Andrew Nelson storeman Pt Lincoln 1956 Application 29212

No 1 - probably the same person

RICHARDSON, Arnold Victor of Cawthorne St, Southwark 1919 Memorial 197/477

RICHARDSON, Arnold Victor official receiver in bankruptcy Adelaide 1934 Memorial 26/508

RICHARDSON, Arnold Victor civil servant Cawthorne St, Southwark (also 34 Sturt St, Grange) aged 50 in 1938, and Charles Stanley Richardson engineer Railway Tce, Ridleyton, sons of Charles James Richardson engineer Cawthorne St, Southwark 1938 Application 28116

RICHARDSON, Arnold Victor Official Receiver of the Bankruptcy Court Adelaide 1953 Application 28984

RICHARDSON, Arthur Victor milk vendor Pt Lincoln 1956 Application 29216

RICHARDSON, Charles Adolphus market gardener Summertown 1911 Memorial 47/465

No 1

RICHARDSON, CH of Watervale 1866 Memorial 42/214

RICHARDSON, CH auctioneer Auburn 1868[-1869] Memorial 156/233

RICHARDSON, CH auctioneer Saddleworth 1875 Memorial 53/281

RICHARDSON, Charles Houghton and Frederick George agents Saddleworth 1882[-1889] Memorial 102/342

RICHARDSON, Charles Houghton auctioneer Riverton, about to depart from the province for a time, power of attorney to Frederick George Richardson licensed surveyor Riverton, to manage his SA business affairs 22/5/1885 Deposit 72/1885

No 1

RICHARDSON, Charles James engineer Thebarton linked with William Henry Richardson belt and hose maker Hemington 1885 Memorial 50/368

RICHARDSON, Charles James engineer Thebarton 1887 Memorial 208/385

RICHARDSON, Charles R of Cradock 1886 Memorial 72/382

RICHARDSON, Charles Samuel farmer Alford. Alford (Hundred of Tickera) township allotment land grant 1919 Grant Book 14 Page 308 County Daly

RICHARDSON, DM nurse 5 Payneham Road, Joslin 1922 Memorial 54/485

No 1

RICHARDSON, Edward clerk to Arthur HARDY solicitor Adelaide 1858[-1859] Memorial 134/135

RICHARDSON, Edward S clerk to Arthur HARDY solicitor Adelaide 1858 Memorial 229/146

RICHARDSON, Edward Shuttleworth gentleman Adelaide linked with John Shirley Richardson banker's clerk Kingston upon Hull, England 1866 Memorial 160/212

RICHARDSON, Elizabeth widow Mile End 1918, linked with Alfred, Frederick and Charles James Richardson of Mile End Application 26724

RICHARDSON, Felix Keith Melville farmer One Tree Hill in the Sources of the Little Para linked with John Reuben Ovine Richardson grazier Tusmore and William Richardson the Younger farmer Modbury 1929 Memorials 135 & 137/501

RICHARDSON, Frank William labourer Pt Lincoln 1947 Application 28563

No 1

RICHARDSON, Frederick George licensed surveyor Adelaide 1869 Application 10190

RICHARDSON, Frederick George agent Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of Bundaleer land grant 1873 Grant Book 60 Page 66 County Victoria

RICHARDSON, Frederick George agent Saddleworth Co Light. Georgetown (Hundred of Bundaleer) township allotment land grant 1873 Grant Book 60 Page 75 County Victoria

RICHARDSON, FG & Co auctioneers and land brokers Saddleworth 1888 Application 21338

RICHARDSON, Frederick George of Saddleworth, declared in 1893 that he had operated in Saddleworth as a surveyor, auctioneer and land agent since c1872 Application 22510

RICHARDSON, Frederick George gentleman Saddleworth, about to depart the province for a time, power of attorney to Charles Houghton Richardson gentleman Saddleworth, to manage his SA business affairs 26/7/1877. He renewed the attorneyship in 1884, when about to go overseas again Deposits 168/1877 & 171/1884

RICHARDSON, Frederick George land agent Adelaide Hundred of Hanson land grant 1880 Grant Book 56 Page 283 County Stanley

RICHARDSON, FG licensed surveyor Adelaide 1902 Memorial 156/446

No 1 - George Richardson the Elder

RICHARDSON, George labourer Adelaide (Grenfell St) 1849[-1850] Memorial 475/13

RICHARDSON, George farmer Marion Road 1853 Memorial 495/48

RICHARDSON, George farmer The Sturt 1854 Memorial 153/69

No 3 - likely George Richardson the Younger

RICHARDSON, George gardener Brownhill Creek. New Stringybark Forest land purchase 1869[-1872] Memorials 233/238, 120/263

RICHARDSON, George farmer The Sturt and Christina McCullock Richardson his wife 1891 Application 22040

RICHARDSON, George gardener The Sturt 1892 Application 22216

No 4

RICHARDSON, George gentleman New Glenelg at present absent from SA and his wife, Catherine Richardson, remaining at New Glenelg 1864 Memorial 200/197

RICHARDSON, Catherine widow New Glenelg [odd description - husband still alive] linked with John Richardson plasterer Glenelg 1881 Memorial 144/334

RICHARDSON, George formerly of Glenelg, but now of the Parkside Asylum, husband of Catherine Richardson 1882 Application 19270

RICHARDSON, George [formerly gentleman New Glenelg but now] labourer Adelaide and Catherine Richaradson of New Glenelg his wife 1883 Application 19799

No 4

RICHARDSON, George farmer Canowie 1916 Application 26552

RICHARDSON, Gilbert of Currency Creek 1868 Memorial 231/229

No 1

RICHARDSON, Gilbert B station manager Yadlamalka 1885 Memorial 42/373

RICHARDSON, Gilbert Blair overseer Paralana NT. Pt Augusta West (Hundred of Copley) township allotment land grant 1891 Grant Book 65 Page 226 County Manchester

RICHARDSON, Gilbert Blair stockholder Paralana NT. Pt Augusta West (Hundred of Copley) township allotment land grant 1891 Grant Book 65 Page 225 County Manchester

No 1

RICHARDSON, Henry carpenter Adelaide (Sturt St) 1851[-1858] Memorial 66/34

RICHARDSON, Henry [formerly carpenter but now] butcher Adelaide (Sturt St) 1867 Memorial 206/219

RICHARDSON, Henry yeoman Adelaide (Sturt St) 1880 Memorial 163/367

No 2

RICHARDSON, Henry farmer Saddleworth 1865 Application 6213

RICHARDSON, Henry farmer Saddleworth 1875 Memorial 173/289

RICHARDSON, Henry farmer Saddleworth Co Light. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1877 Grant Book 60 Page 125 County Victoria

No 3 - perhaps a continuation of No 2

RICHARDSON, Henry and Joseph farmers Lower Light 1885 Memorial 163/367

RICHARDSON, Henry farmer Lower Light 1902 Memorial 100/446

No 1

RICHARDSON, Henry Colls joiner formerly of Adelaide but at present absent therefrom 1860 [Likely to have gone to Victoria as JS MORPHY of Beechworth in the Ovens disrict witnessed his signature] Memorial 117/168

RICHARDSON, Henry Colls architect Adelaide (Sturt St) 1880 Memorial 108/323

RICHARDSON, Henry Colls architect Adelaide 1883[-1895] Memorial 80/467, Application 19685

RICHARDSON, Henry Colls architect Adelaide, died 1/10/1910. Husband of Jane Richardson Memorial 248/463

RICHARDSON, Jane widow 52 Marlborough Rd, Westbourne Park, died 5/8/1926. Estate worth £2,777. Executrix; Maria Rowena BATCHELOR married woman 52 Marlborough Rd, Westbourne Park Memorial 31/496

RICHARDSON, Herbert Harrold miller Saddleworth 1887 Application 21257

RICHARDSON, Hutchinson labourer Point Pass 1902 Grant Book 17 Page 176 County Eyre

RICHARDSON, Isaac brewery imployee Bacon St, Hindmarsh 1897 Application 23342

No 1

RICHARDSON, James labourer Pt Adelaide 1851 Memorial 92/30

No 2

RICHARDSON, James farmer Bumbunga Hundred of Barunga land grant 1878 Grant Book 14 Page 459 County Daly

RICHARDSON, James farmer Hundred of Cameron 1881 Application 18412

RICHARDSON, James farmer Hundred of Cameron 1896 Grant Book 15 Page 31 County Daly

RICHARDSON, James Campbell school teacher Pt Lincoln 1911 Application 26038

No 1

RICHARDSON, James Havelock retired farmer Clare, aged 71 in 1952, declared that he had lived in Sevenhills and neighbouring districts all his life. His father, Nathaniel Richardson, died 1907. His mother, Alice Richardson, died ???. His sister, Alice Rebecca Richardson, died in December 1945 Application 28868

RICHARDSON, James Havelock formerly farmer Sevenhill but now retired farmer Clare 1957, a brother to Elsie Emma Richardson (aged 73 in 1957) and Alice Rebecca Richardson spinsters Clare, children of the late Nathaniel and Alice Richardson(died 1914) of Sevenhill Application 29250

No 1

RICHARDSON, James Stark storekeeper Strathalbyn 1897 Memorial 125/430

RICHARDSON, James Stark storekeeper Strathalbyn 1902 Application 24403

RICHARDSON, James Stark grocer and draper Strathalbyn 1924 Application 27232

RICHARDSON, James Stark storekeeper Strathalbyn, died 21/7/ 1941, aged 76 years. Father of Norman David Richardson merchant Strathalbyn Memorials 17 & 26/518

RICHARDSON, Jane single woman Auburn 1866 Application 7463

No 1

RICHARDSON, John gentleman Little Para 1844 Memorial 447/3 He moved to Adelaide, renting out his 2 80 acre sections for 300 bushels of good quality wheat per year 1846 Memorial 369/6

RICHARDSON, John commission agent Adelaide 1846 Memorial 253/7

RICHARDSON, John share broker King William St, Adelaide 1848[-1859] Memorial 192/13

RICHARDSON, John broker Adelaide (King William St) 1852 Memorial 462/41

RICHARDSON, John commission agent Adelaide 1852[-1857] Memorial 348/45

RICHARDSON, John sharebroker Adelaide (Hindley St). He took over an underlease from Thomas STRODE 1854 Memorial 397/62

RICHARDSON, John land agent Adelaide. Hundred of Kuitpo land grant 1862 Grant Book 2 Page 93 County Adelaide

RICHARDSON, John broker Adelaide 1862 Application 3059

RICHARDSON, John broker Adelaide 1863 Memorial 260/190

RICHARDSON, John money broker Adelaide 1870 Memorial 73/247

RICHARDSON, John formerly of Adelaide but now of Alexandra Road, Gipsey Hill, Upper Norwood, Surrey, England, linked with Frederick George Richardson of Saddleworth and Charles Houghton Richardson of Adelaide 1872 Memorial 225/264

RICHARDSON, John gentleman formerly of Adelaide 1862 but now of parts beyond the seas 1873[-1875] Application 12680

RICHARDSON, John formerly of Adelaide now of parts beyond the sea appointed Arthur HARVEY of Adelaide as his local attorney to manage his SA business affairs 1882 Application 12311

RICHARDSON, John gentleman formerly of North Adelaide but then of Upper Norwood, Surrey, England, died c1886 Memorial 204/407

RICHARDSON, John gentleman formerly of North Adelaide but now of Upper Norwood, Surrey, England. Husband of Emily Richardson. Father of George and Charles Houghton Richardson surveyors and auctioneers Saddleworth. 3 younger sons called Herbert, Walter Edwin and John Henry Richardson. a married daughter called Emily KING. He also had spinster daughters called Fanny Martha Richardson, Amy Richardson, Blanche Isabel Richardson, and Edith Maude Richardson - not clear where these other children lived 1884 Application 21532

No 2

RICHARDSON, John farmer Glen Osmond Road 1850 Memorial 45/22

RICHARDSON, John farmer formerly of Glen Osmond Road now of Alberton 1851 Memorial 234/35

RICHARDSON, John labourer Alberton 1852 Memorial 385/39

RICHARDSON, John formerly labourer Alberton 1852 but now of Avenel near Melbourne Vic 1867 Application 8459

No 3

RICHARDSON, John carpenter Thebarton, died 1885 intestate. Letters of administration to his son William Henry Richardson belt and hosemaker Pennington to settle the estate Memorial 128/366

RICHARDSON, John carpenter Thebarton, died 16/3/1885 intestate. Letters of administration for his estate worth £250 to his son William Henry Richardson belt and hose maker Kemington 1885, by 1911 engineer Thebarton. In 1885, the family of John Richardson included George Edwin Richardson, John Sutton Richardson, Edward Fowler Richardson, Charles James Richardson, Elizabeth Turner HAIGH, Sarah BRICE wife of George Brice, Clara Ann WILSON wife of Richard Wilson, Louisa Jane FOREMAN wife of Thomas Foreman, and Fanny Turner CAMERON wife of Walter Cameron Application 26051

No 4

RICHARDSON, John publican Dublin 1874 Memorial 214/276

RICHARDSON, John licensed victualler [formerly of Dublin but now of] Kulpara 1875 Memorial 100/285

No 5

RICHARDSON, John cattle salesman Adelaide 1878 Memorial 167/310

No 6

RICHARDSON, John farmer near Strathalbyn and Mary Robertson Richardson his wife 1903[-1907] Memorial 155/448

RICHARDSON, John farmer near Strathalbyn and Mary Robertson Richardson his wife 1930 Application 27821

No 7

RICHARDSON, John, John William and William farmers Modbury 1920 Memorial 193/481

RICHARDSON, John Charles farmer Lower Light 1907 Memorial 63/458

RICHARDSON, John Percival gentleman Adelaide 1914 Memorial 14/471

RICHARDSON, John Percy orchardist Gawler Park, Angaston 1921 Memorial 107/482

RICHARDSON, John Reuben Ovine grazier Bakewell St, Tusmore 1931 Memorial 178/504

RICHARDSON, John Shirley banker’s clerk Kingston upon Hull, Yorks, England, power of attorney to Edward Shuttleworth Richardson gentleman Adelaide, to let out money on mortgage on selected properties and generally manage his SA business affairs. P of A to Alfred HARDY Esquire Adelaide, through ES Shuttleworth's inability to act 8/11/1859. Records for JS Richardson's involvement in SA during the 1860s Deposit 127/1866

No 1

RICHARDSON, Joseph farmer Little Para 1853 Memorial 232/57

RICHARDSON, Joseph farmer now or formerly of the Little Para 1856 Memorial 498/99

RICHARDSON, Joseph farmer near Pt Gawler 1869 Memorial 18/243

RICHARDSON, Joseph farmer Lower Light 1887 Application 21141

RICHARDSON, Joseph farmer Lower Light, died 25/1/1902 intestate. Estate worth £2,170. Husband of Ann Richardson. Links with Henry and John Richardson farmers Lower Light Memorials 218 & 219/445

RICHARDSON, Joseph farmer Lower Light, died 25/1/1902 intestate. Estate worth £2,170. Husband of Ann Richardson. Links with Henry and John Richardson farmers Lower Light. Ann Richardson died 4/10/1904 Memorials 218 & 219/445 & RPA Search 1151

No 2 - probably the same person

RICHARDSON, Joseph carpenter Norwood 1882 Memorial 117/344

RICHARDSON, Joseph carpenter of parts beyond the seas and Harriet Jemima Richardson of Norwood his wife 1901 Memorial 117/444

RICHARDSON, Harriet Jemima widow Kensington Road, Norwood, died 13/6/1916. Mother of Florence Emy SUTTON. Estate worth £800 Memorial 106/482

117/444

No 3

RICHARDSON, Joseph gentleman Kooringa 1883 Memorial 92/355

No 4

RICHARDSON, Joseph builder Norwood and Margaret Richardson his wife 1884 Application 20241

No 5

RICHARDSON, Joseph gentleman Kensington 1887 Memorial 99/388

RICHARDSON, Joseph gentleman Thornton St, Kensington 1891 Memorial 79/411

RICHARDSON, Joseph licensed victualler formerly of Kensington but now of the Prince of Wales Angas St, Adelaide 1905 Memorial 96/454

No 1 - probably the same person

RICHARDSON, Joseph Charles farmer Lower Light 1905 Memorial 181/453

RICHARDSON, Joseph Charles gentleman Adelaide (Wright St) 1922 Memorial 89/485

RICHARDSON, Joseph Charles pipelayer Ashford 1929 Memorial 142/502

No 1

RICHARDSON, Michael farmer Gumeracha 1875 Application 14373

RICHARDSON, Michael carpenter near Mt Torrens 1878 Application 16778

No 2

RICHARDSON, Michael labourer Alberton 1880 Memorial 78/321

RICHARDSON, Michael labourer Alberton, died c1884 intestate. Letters of administration to his widow, Mary Richardson of Yatala township, to settle the £85 estate Memorial 98/378

No 1

RICHARDSON, Nathaniel, Thomas and William the Elder and Younger bootmakers Sevenhill 1863 Memorial 56/189

RICHARDSON, Nathaniel [formerly bootmaker but now] farmer Sevenhill linked with CH Richardson of Watervale 1866 Memorial 87/217

RICHARDSON, Nathaniel farmer Sevenhill and Alice Richardson his wife 1890. Probably related to Alice Rebecca Richardson and Elsy Emma Richards spinsters Sevenhill and JH Richardson farmer Sevenhill Memorials 72/402, 88/476

No 1

RICHARDSON, Nathaniel George of Penong 1903 Memorial 163/448

RICHARDSON, Nathaniel George farmer Tumby Bay 1906 Memorial 110/455

RICHARDSON, Nathaniel George farmer Tumby Bay trustee Methodist Church Tumby Bay Hundred of Hutchison land grant 1907 Grant Book 21 Page 90 County Flinders

No 1

RICHARDSON, Norman mail contractor Pt Augusta Co Frome. Pt Augusta West (Hundred of Copley) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 66 Page 152 County Manchester

RICHARDSON, Norman Alexander mail contractor Pt Augusta 1892 Memorial 11/416

RICHARDSON, Norman David merchant Strathalbyn 1951 Application 28814

No 1

RICHARDSON, Oliver Keeble Equire North Adelaide (Finniss St) 1844 Memorial 195/4

RICHARDSON, Oliver Keeble Lands Office Clerk 1847 Memorial 238/8

RICHARDSON, Oliver Keble Acting Colonial Secretary Adelaide and Annie Harris Richardson his wife 1855 Memorial 100/82

RICHARDSON, Oliver K Under Secretary North Adelaide (Kermode St) 1859 Memorial 294/161

RICHARDSON, Oliver Keeble Esquire Adelaide 1862 Memorial 72/209

RICHARDSON, OK Esquire Streaky Bay 1872 Memorial 76/255

RICHARDSON, OK special magistrate Streaky Bay 1874 Memorial 120/276 By 1873, his daughter, Annie Elder Richardson, lived near Glasgow, in Scotland Memorial 5/269

RICHARDSON, Oliver Keeble stipendiary magistrate Streaky Bay. Flinders (later Streaky Bay Hundred of Ripon) township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 66 Page 184 County Robinson

RICHARDSON, Percy Gordon labourer Alford. Alford (Hundred of Tickera) township allotment land grant 1919 Grant Book 14 Page 308 County Daly

RICHARDSON, Priscilla Elizabeth Emily of Ralph St, West Croydon 1956 Application 29180

RICHARDSON, R clerk Riverton 1886 Memorial 225/377

No 1

RICHARDSON, Reginald Filgate and William Roy Richardson both farmers Koppio 1924 Memorial 57/490

RICHARDSON, Reginald Filgate farmer formerly of Koppio but now of White River linked with William Roy Richardson farmer Koppio 1944 Memorial 14/518

No 1

RICHARDSON, Reuben labourer Adelaide 1840 Application 17949

RICHARDSON, Reuben police officer Adelaide 1840 Memorial 185/343, Application 20060

RICHARDSON, Reuben labourer Adelaide 1848 Memorial 229/10

RICHARDSON, Reuben farmer Little Para 1849[-1855] Memorial 226/20 Hundred of Pt Gawler land grant 1855 Memorial 47/99

RICHARDSON, Reuben farmer Munno Para 1854[-1855] Memorial 312/71

RICHARDSON, Reuben farmer Gawler River linked with Thomas Richardson farmer Gawler River 1864 Memorial 168/193

RICHARDSON, Reuben gentleman Adelaide 1865 Application 6258

RICHARDSON, Reuben farmer One Tree Hill in the Sources of the Little Para 1868[-1882] Memorial 235/234

RICHARDSON, Reuben gentleman Golden Grove on the Little Para 1879 Memorial 121/317

RICHARDSON, Reuben farmer Cumberland Farm One Tree Hill 1881 Application 18927

RICHARDSON, Reuben farmer Cumberland Farm Golden Grove 1884[-1895] Memorial 72/362

RICHARDSON, Reuben farmer Cumberland Farm, Golden Grove, died 22/11/ 1902 Memorial 218/448

RICHARDSON, Reuben farmer Cumberland Farm Golden Grove, died 22/11/1902, leaving his farm entailed. His grandson, John Richardson farmer One Tree Hill (son of Joseph Richardson), inherited some land in trust for life, then to his son Felix Keith Melville Richardson farmer One Tree Hill, who broke the entail male in 1929. John Richardson 36 Lower Light m 19/11/1903 Gawler, Edith Hilda DAY 23 Reeves Plains (Father: Richard Day). Felix KM Richardson born 23/9/1904 Gawler. His father, John Richardson, died 16/7/1927. Application 28691

RICHARDSON, Reuben farmer Cumberland Farm, Golden Grove, died 22/11/1902. His grandson, John Richardson farmer Golden Grove, died 16/7/1927. John Richardson married Edith Ilda Richardson on 19/11/1903 at Gawler. Their eldest son was Felix Keith Melville Richardson farmer One Tree Hill, born 23/9/1904 Gawler South. Another relative was John Reuben Ovine Richardson grazier 56 Statenborough St, Erindale 1949. The neighbouring farm, Orangefield Farm, had formerly belonged to Robert SMYTH farmer Golden Grove, who died 7/7/1871 Application 28691

No 2

RICHARDSON, Reuben farmer Golden Grove 1894 Application 22690.

RICHARDSON, Reuben grazier Golden Grove, married Louisa Maud nee ? on 8/4/1896. One child only - John Reuben Ovine Richardson grazier Statenborough St, Erindale, born 19/6/1896. Reuben Richardson out of business Winchester St, Malvern, died 18/11/1927, of chronic diarrhoea, and chronic interstitial nephritis, aged 56. Born at Salisbury, he married aged 24 Application 28168

No 1

RICHARDSON, Robert and Henry farmers Belalie. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1873 Grant Book 60 Page 108 County Victoria

RICHARDSON, Robert farmer Belalie. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1873 Grant Book 60 Page 1098 County Victoria

RICHARDSON, Robert farmer Blyth Plains Co Stanley. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 121 County Victoria

No 1

RICHARDSON, RL storekeeper Hammond 1889 Memorial 177/397

RICHARDSON, Robert Lawson storekeeper's assistant Hammond 1889 Memorial 71/398

RICHARDSON, Robert Watson chemist and druggist Woodside 1862[-1865] Memorial 295/201

No 1

RICHARDSON, Samuel whitesmith Gawler 1858 Memorial 148/132

RICHARDSON, Samuel blacksmith Gawler 1860 Memorial 13/168

RICHARDSON, Samuel whitesmith Gawler 1865 Application 6148

RICHARDSON, Samuel smelter Wallaroo 1892 Memorial 131/415

RICHARDSON, Samuel smelter Wallaroo. Hundred of Tickera land grant 1897 Grant Book 14 Page 216 County Daly

RICHARDSON, Samuel Charles agent Alford. Alford (Hundred of Tickera) township allotment land grant 1919 Grant Book 14 Page 308 County Daly

No 1

RICHARDSON, Thomas farmer Gawler River 1853[-1858] Memorial 384/48

RICHARDSON, Thomas farmer Section 121 Hundred of Mudla Wirra 1855 Memorial 224/80

No 2

RICHARDSON, Thomas storeman Norwood 1872[-1874] Memorial 12/261

No 3

RICHARDSON, Thomas storekeeper Kooringa 1874 Memorial 202/285

RICHARDSON, Thomas of Kooringa gave Messrs COLES & GOODCHILD exclusive use of the yard and premises attached to the Miner's Arms Hotel at Kooringa on the first Monday of each month for 5 years. Not allowed to hold sales elsewhere in the township. The firm had to repair any damage through stock sold and at their own expense 24/4/1877 Memorial 152/299

RICHARDSON, Thomas licensed victualler Kooringa Co Burra. Farina (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 65 Page 68 County Not named

RICHARDSON, Thomas licensed victualler Kooringa Co Burra. Carrieton (Hundred of Eurelia) township allotment land grant 1879[-1883] 1879 Grant Book 13 Page 298 County Dalhousie

RICHARDSON, Thomas publican Miner's Arms Hotel Kooringa 1880[-1883] Memorial 210/326,123/354

RICHARDSON, Thomas licensed victualler Kooringa Co Burra. Hundred of Hall land grant 1882 Grant Book 56 Page 218 County Stanley

RICHARDSON, Thomas gentleman Kooringa 1885 Memorial 190/368

RICHARDSON, Thomas gentleman Kensington linked with William Henderson Richardson agent Malvern 1889 Memorial 152/396

RICHARDSON, Thomas gentleman formerly of Kooringa but now of near Adelaide linked with Joseph Richardson gentleman Thornton St, Kensington 1891 Memorial 79/411

No 4

RICHARDSON, Thomas farmer Dublin. Dublin township allotment land grant 1873 Grant Book 27 Page 484 County Gawler

RICHARDSON, Thomas licensed victualler Dublin Hundred of Dublin land grant 1876 Grant Book 26 Page 332 County Gawler

No 5

RICHARDSON, Thomas farmer Sevenhill Co Stanley. Hundred of Pekina land grant 1880 Grant Book 13 Page 162 County Dalhousie

RICHARDSON, Thomas Baker pilot in charge Semaphore 1920 Application 26854

RICHARDSON, Thomas Edward and James Havelock Richardson farmers Sevenhill 1918 Application 26669

No 1

RICHARDSON, Thomas James warehouseman Adelaide 1857 Memorial 203/126

RICHARDSON, Thomas James storeman Norwood 1863 Application 4712

RICHARDSON, Thomas James warehouseman [formerly of Adelaide but now of] Norwood 1867[-1874] Memorial 93/221

RICHARDSON, Thomas John of Adelaide, a member of the West Adelaide Building and Investment Society 1857 Memorial 204/126

RICHARDSON, Uther farmer One Tree Hill 1855 Memorial 248/84

RICHARDSON, Walter Angus gardener The Sturt 1935 Application 27989

RICHARDSON, Walter Thomas butcher Phillips St, Southwark 1913[-1915] Memorial 158/472, Application 26434

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

RICHARDSON, William farmer Blackwood near Balhannah 1852[-1857] Memorial 486/42 Hundred of Strathalbyn land grant 1856 Enrolment 35/32

RICHARDSON, William gentleman formerly of Blackwood but now of Mt Barker 1859 Memorial 317/155

RICHARDSON, William farmer Dalveen Hundred of Strathalbyn 1857 Memorial 1/122

RICHARDSON, William farmer formerly of Blackwood but now of Dalveen near Woodchester 1870 Memorial 128/245

RICHARDSON, William the Elder and Younger farmers Woodchester 1882 Application 19090

RICHARDSON, William farmer Dalveen near Woodchester and his wife, Jane Richardson, had the following family - William Richardson the Younger farmer Dalveen near Woodchester, Alexander Wilson Richardson farmer Wilmington, Margaret Morris THOMSON nee Richardson (wife of Walter Thomson farmer George Town), Jane ADDISON nee Richardson, Hannah Wilson PALTRIDGE nee Richardson, John Richardson of Innamincka, Adam Watson Richardson, Robert Lawson Richardson, James Stark Richardson 1885. Mrs Richardson had a life interest in trust in Dalveen after her husband’s death Application 20513

No 1

RICHARDSON, William carpenter Norwood 1855[-1856] Memorial 234/88

RICHARDSON, William carpenter Norwood 1857 Norwood Primitive Methodist Chapel trustee Memorial 179/120

No 2

RICHARDSON, William mason Gawler Plains 1856 Memorial 489/98

No 3 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

RICHARDSON, William the Elder and his sons, William Richardson the Younger, Nathaniel Richardson and Thomas Richardson all bootmakers Sevenhill 1863 Memorial 56/189

RICHARDSON, William the Younger of Sevenhill, died c1865. He left his entire estate to his brother, Nathaniel Richardson of no description Memorial 17/207

RICHARDSON, William the Younger farmer Sevenhill died c1865. He left his estate to his brother, Nathaniel Richardson. They were sons of William Richardson the Elder farmer Sevenhill Application 17092

No 4

RICHARDSON, William no description Hope Valley, died 6/1/1870. He left his estate to his wife, Mary Richardson. She died 10/10/1889 Application 28196

No 5

RICHARDSON, William gardener Crafers 1880 Memorial 13/324

RICHARDSON, William market gardener Mt Lofty 1881 Memorial 99/333

No 6

RICHARDSON, William storekeeper Wallaroo 1891[-1902] Memorial 118/407

No 7

RICHARDSON, William farmer near Strathalbyn 1924 Application 27232

No 8

RICHARDSON, William wood carter Pt Lincoln 1928[-1938] Memorial 186/499

No 9

RICHARDSON, William the Elder grazier Modbury 1934, declared that he was born on 25/12/1862 and spent his earliest years in the Modbury area. William Richardson the Younger farmer Golden Grove, declared that he had been born on 7/5/1893. Perhaps a relative - Reuben Richardson grazier Modbury, died 22/11/1902 Application 27929

RICHARDSON, William Douglas grocer Victor Harbor 1926 Memorial 161/495

RICHARDSON, WEH solicitor Adelaide 1890 Memorial 185/402

RICHARDSON, William Henderson gentleman The Semaphore and Elizabeth Richardson his wife 1895 Memorial 75/425

No 1

RICHARDSON, William Henry draper Thebarton 1868 Memorial 81/234

RICHARDSON, William Henry engine driver Thebarton 1873 Memorial 7/270

RICHARDSON, William Henry engineer Thebarton 1886 Memorial 125/378

No 1

RICHARDSON, William J brickmaker Brompton 1882 Application 19271

RICHARDSON, William John builder Prospect 1894 Application 22736

RICHARDSON, William John brickmaker Brompton 1904 Memorial 221/452

RICHARDSON, William John brickmaker Brompton, died 29/5/ 1914. He put his real estate on Port Road Hindmarsh into a family trust to pay his wife, Ellen Richardson £1/10/- a week for her lifetime absolutely. The five children - Murray Cecil Richardson [builder North Croydon], Walter Leonard Oswald Richardson [brickmaker Thebarton], Gordon William Richardson, Dick Bruce Richardson and Dora Laura Richardson - to share the personal estate equally absolutely out of which had to come a £200 legacy for DB Richardson immediately. After the wife died, the children to share in the real estate equally absolutely in remainder expectant Application 26422

RICHARDSON, William John possibly of Hindmarsh, died c1914. Husband of Ellen Richardson of Hindmarsh. Two sons - Murray Cecil Richardson builder North Croydon and Walter Leonard Oswald Richardson bricklayer Thebarton 1939 Application 28249

RICHARDSON, William John brickmaker Hindmarsh, died 29/5/1914. Husband of Ellen Richardson. Father of Murray Cecil Richardson builder North Croydon, Walter Leonard Oswald Richardson brickmaker Thebarton, Gordon William Richardson, Dick Bruce Richardson, and Dora Laurel Richardson Memorial 111/517

RICHARDSON, William John of Hindmarsh, died 29/5/1914. His wife, Ellen Richardson, died 28/11/1942. Parents of Murray Cecil Richardson builder North Croydon and Walter Leonard Oswald Richardson bricklayer Thebarton 1943 Application 28355

No 2

RICHARDSON, William John of Poonindie trustee unnamed Church Hundred of Louth land grant 1900 Grant Book 21 Page 49 County Flinders

RICHARDSON, William Samuel publican Adelaide (Golden Rule Hotel, Pirie St) 1883 Memorial 210/250

No 1

RICHENS, Mark sawyer Grünthal 1856 Memorial 115/114

RICHENS, Mark sawyer formerly of Grünthal 1865 Memorial 329/200

No 1

RICHES, Edward and Henry farmers Hundred of Kapunda 1858 Memorial 238/146

RICHES, Edward farmer near Rosenthal Hundred of Alma land grant 1880 Grant Book 26 Page 63 County Gawler

RICHES, Edward Alfred Anderson civil servant West Adelaide. Mile End Church of Christ Torrensville trustee 1925 Memorial 41/493

RICHES, Edward Henry farmer Peake. Hundred of Roby land grant 1912 Grant Book 6 Page 23 County Buccleuch

RICHES, Francis Saul contractor Mundulla. Hundred of Wirrega land grant 1909 Grant Book 7 Page 51 County Buckingham

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

RICHES, Henry farmer Lyndoch Valley 1853[-1857] Memorial 118/51

RICHES, Henry carter Lyndoch Valley 1862 Memorial 170/182

RICHES, Henry the Elder farmer Lyndoch Valley linked with Henry Riches the Younger carter formerly of Lyndoch Valley but now of Templers 1878 Memorial 250/306

RICHES, Henry farmer Balaklava 1882 Memorial 203/345

RICHES, James H farmer Hog Bay Kangaroo Island 1885 Memorial 98/367

RICHIE, Frederick Percival farmer Lucindale Hundred of Joyce land grant 1886 Grant Book 51 Page 11 County Robe

RICHMAN, Frances spinster Adelaide 1854 Memorial 77/71

No 1

RICHMAN, Henry John stockowner Peak Station near Watervale 1853 Memorial 133/52

RICHMAN, HJ of Mt Brown 1854 Memorial 92/98

RICHMAN, Henry John sheep farmer Sarnia Cottage Goodwood Road (pt Sections 10, 11 Hundred of Adelaide, an estate of c60 acres) on 7-year lease from James Penn BOUCAUT gentleman Adelaide 1865 Memorial 201/202

RICHMAN, Henry John [formerly of Sarnia Cottage Goodwood Road but now] Esquire St John's St, The Strand, London, Middlesex, England 1866 Memorial 155/221

RICHMAN, Henry John Esquire 19 Cambridge Tce, Hyde Park, Middlesex, England 1874 Memorial 116/284

RICHMAN, Henry John Esquire 19 Cambridge Tce, Hyde Park, Middlesex, England, power of attorney to James HARVEY and Arthur Young HARVEY gentlemen Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 12/1/1874. HJ Richman had come to Adelaide to live by 30/11/1891, when he revoked the power of attorney Deposits 207/1875 & 100/1891

RICHMAN, Henry John sheep farmer 146 Clenricard Gardens, London, Middlesex, England 1880 Memorial 110/326

RICHMAN, Henry John stockholder [formerly of London but now of] South Australia 1880[-1882] Memorial 145/346

RICHMAN, Henry John EsquireAdelaide 1891 Memorial 143/411

RICHMAN, James H gentleman Prospect Rd, Prospect 1911 Application 26031

No 1

RICHMAN, James McKinnon gentleman Watervale 1880 Application 18181

RICHMAN, James McKinnon Esquire Watervale 1887 Memorial 157/388

No 1

RICHMAN, John Henry Esquire Adelaide father of Sophia Richman 'an infant of the age of 17 or thereabouts' 1841 Memorial 99/189

RICHMAN, John Henry Esquire Adelaide - Kensington allotment purchase 1842[-1848] Memorial 67/2

RICHMAN, Michael labourer Lucindale Lucindale (Hundred of Joyce) township allotment land grant 1879 Grant Book 50 Page 132a County Robe

No 1

RICHMAN, Walter gentleman Lake Albert Hundred of Baker land grant 1873 Grant Book 54 Page 7 County Russell

RICHMAN, Walter stockholder Lake Albert Hundred of Baker land grant 1877[-1880] Grant Book 54 Page 9 County Russell

RICHMAN, Walter stockholder Lake Albert about to leave the province 1880 Memorial 107/321

RICHMAN, Walter stockholder Lake Albert, about to leave the province for a time, power of attorney to James HARVEY Esquire Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 21/2/1880 Deposit 49/1880

No 1

RICHMOND, Agnes spinster Woodville daughter of the late John Richmond formerly farmer The Torrens now deceased 1873 Memorial 69/269

RICHMOND, Agnes spinster Woodville 1889. She was friendly with the Alexander Thomson family of Allan Bank Farm, Islington Application 21612

RICHMOND, Edgar George boxmaker Bacon St, Hindmarsh, and Hazel Lilian May Richmond his wife 1917 Memorial 32/475

RICHMOND, Frederick of Maitland 1886[-1889] Memorial 200/376

RICHMOND, Hazel Lilian May widow 41 Bacon St, Hindmarsh 1939 Application 28226

No 1

RICHMOND, Henry gold digger Simpson Ranges Vic 1858 Memorial 136/146

RICHMOND, Henry gold digger formerly of Simpson Ranges Vic but now of Adelaide 1871 Memorial 207/256

No 1

RICHMOND, Honora widow Thebarton 1875[-1894] Memorial 9/284

RICHMOND, Honora widow Mile End, died 25/1/1918. Her daughter, Mary Richmond later Mary DREWER married woman Marion Place, Prospect 1910, was born on 11/6/1864 at Pt Adelaide. In 1875, the Richmonds moved to Maria St, Thebarton, when Mrs Richmond bought Allotment 343 Light Tce, Thebarton, and employed a Mr BENNETT to build a cottage on the site. The Richmonds lived in that cottage until Mary Richmond married on 24/8/1892 and wet to live with her husband at Mile End. Two years later, Mrs Richmond shifted in with her daughter and remained there until her death. She leased out the cottage at Thebarton Application 25870

RICHMOND, James gentleman Adelaide 1908 Memorial 19/460

No 1

RICHMOND, John of Adelaide Land grant Section 365 Survey B on Land Order 927 1839 Memorial 261/3

RICHMOND, John distiller Adelaide 1842 Memorial 378/1

RICHMOND, John merchant Adelaide 1842 Memorial 231/240

RICHMOND, John Esquire Prospect 1840 Application 15437

RICHMOND, John gentleman Prospect 1845[-1846] Memorial 270/5

RICHMOND, John formerly distiller Adelaide but now farmer Torrens River 1848 Memorial 468/62

RICHMOND, John gentleman Section 38 on the Torrens River 1848 Memorial 280/10

RICHMOND, John farmer formerly of Adelaide but now of the Torrens River 1848 Memorial 468/62

RICHMOND, John farmer The Torrens 1857[-1859] Memorial 323/126

RICHMOND, John gentleman Adelaide, died 23/6/1862 Arthur GEORGE's home The Gorge Torrens River, of debility and intestines ulceration, aged 65. He was the father-in-law of Alexander THOMSON farmer North Road, who claimed William Richmond merchant formerly of Glasgow, Scotland, late of Lennon Vale, Rainetton, Co Donegal, Ireland, as an uncle. William Richmond had died 16/6/1861, leaving his estate in trust for his wife, Marion Richmond, and his two daughters, Agnes and Marion Richmond; the three women to enjoy the whole income while the daughters remained unmarried. If one daughter married, the estate to be sold and investments made so that her mother received £150 a year for life. The rest of the estate income to be shared equally between the two daughters until their mother died, as part of their marriage settlement, then to receive half the money each. [Were John and William Richmond brothers? John Richmond was in Adelaide by 1839, when he took out a preliminary land grant of Section 365 Survey B] Application 22156

No 2

RICHMOND, John farmer Highercombe 1855[-1862] Memorial 115/139

RICHMOND, John farmer Highercombe. Hundred of Yatala land grant 1856 Grant Book 1 Page 74 County Adelaide

No 3

RICHMOND, John cabinetmaker Adelaide 1857 Memorial 110/116

RICHMOND, Julius Leopold Arthur traveller Adelaide and Emma Juliane Marie Richmond his wife 1881 Memorial 43/336

RICHMOND, William Henry police constable St Peters 1892 Application 22222

RICHONS, Esther farmer Pekina. Pekina (Hundred of Pekina) township allotment land grant 1877 Grant Book 13 Page 11 County Dalhousie

No 1

RICHSTEIG, George farmer Angaston 1858 Memorial 130/140

RICHSTEIG, George farmer Angas Park near Angaston [Section 147] 1858 Memorial 187/147

RICHSTEIG, Johann George proprietor Section 147 Hundred of Moorooroo. Husband of Anna Luise Richsteig nee LINKE. Father of Johanne Pauline WALLENT wife of Johann Karl Wallent, Caroline Ernestine Richsteig, Anna Luise Richsteig, Caroline Wilhelmine Richsteig, and Johann Gottlieb Erdmann Richsteig 1864 Memorial 78/199

RICHSTEIG, Anna Luise widow near Angaston 1865[-1867] Memorial 337/202

RICHSTEIG, Anna Louise widow near Angaston 1873, relict of the late Johann George Richsteig farmer Section 147 Hundred of Moorooroo. She could not write Application 13170

RICHTER, Adolph contractor near Kapunda 1882 Memorial 50/345

RICHTER, Albert Gottfried farmer Belvidere 1861 Application 2722

RICHTER, Carl printer Plympton. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1896 Grant Book 2 Page 13 County Adelaide

RICHTER, Carl George Friedrich builder Burnside 1870[-1873] Memorial 151/248

No 1

RICHTER, Carl Heinrich and Johann Carl Richter farmers Greenock 1859 Memorial 257/149

RICHTER, Carl Heinrich and Johann Carl Richter wheelwrights Greenock 1860 Application 1811

RICHTER, Carl Heinrich and Johann Carl formerly farmers 1859 but now wheelwrights Greenock 1865 Application 6723

RICHTER, Georg Heinrich Friedrich Wilhelm wood carter Adelaide (South Tce) 1854 Memorial 396/64

RICHTER, Johann Hermann wheelwright Greenock 1911 Application 25931

No 1

RICHTER, Louis labourer Adelaide 1864 Memorial 120/201

RICHTER, Louis cabinetmaker Adelaide 1864[-1873] Memorial 34/201

No 1

RICHTER, Martin farmer Dry Creek 1855[-1861] Memorial 322/83

RICHTER, Martin farmer Modbury Hundred of Pt Gawler land grant 1861 Grant Book 27 Page 339 County Gawler

RICHTER, Martin farmer Pt Gawler Hundred of Pt Gawler land grant 1864 Grant Book 27 Page 395 County Gawler

RICHTER, Martin the Elder farmer Telowie Hundred of Telowie land grant 1901 Grant Book 24 Page 776 County Frome

No 1 - probably the same person

RICHTER, Ludwig surgeon Lyndoch 1878 Memorial 21/315

RICHTER, Theodor Louis surgeon Lyndoch Valley 1859[-1877] Memorial 43/157

RICHTER, Theodor Louis of Lyndoch, died 1901. His wife, Katherine Richter, died 3/5/1902. Son, Walter Ferrier Richter harnessmaker Norwood 1902 Application 24408

No 1 - perhaps the same person

RICHTER, Wilhelm farmer Stepney 1888 Memorial 99/394

RICHTER, Wilhelm miner Tanunda 1891 Application 22087

RICK, Jacob linked with Section 38 Hundred of Yednalue Co Granville 1890 Memorial 242/404

RICKABY, George Summers farmer Lameroo trustee Methodist Church Bews Bore 1909 Grant Book 12 Page 5 County Chandos

RICKABY, Henry James farmer Pt Rickaby 1881 Memorial 11/334

No 1

RICKABY, John David of Pt Rickaby. Thomas Rickaby mentioned but not described 1881 Memorial 232/334

RICKABY, John David farmer Pt Rickaby 1893 Memorial 116/418

RICKABY, John David farmer formerly of Koolywurtie but now of Bookaby 1893 Memorial 127/418

No 1

RICKABY, Thomas police constable Goolwa 1858 Memorial 185/135

RICKABY, Thomas of Lake Albert 1876 Application 15348

RICKABY, Thomas farmer Yorke Peninsula 1876[-1885] Memorial 26/295 RICKABY, Thomas farmer Lake Albert Hundred of Koolywurtie land grant 1882 Grant Book 19 Page 314 County Fergusson

RICKABY, Thomas farmer Pt Rickaby Hundred of Koolywurtie land grant 1885 Grant Book 19 Page 314 County Fergusson

RICKABY, Thomas farmer Pt Rickaby. JD Rickaby mentioned but not described 1885 Memorial 137/365

RICKARD, Emily Louisa widow formerly of Blackwood but now of North Adelaide 1907 Memorial 50/458

RICKARD, Francis and Stephen commercial clerks North Adelaide (McKinnon Parade) linked with Tom Rickard storekeeper Louth NSW 1889 Memorial 217/396

No 1

RICKARD, Joseph miner Kooringa 1857[-1858] Memorial 129/125

RICKARD, Joseph miner Burra 1858 Memorial 35/134

RICKARD, Joseph miner Hampton near Redruth 1859 Memorial 320/148

No 1

RICKARD, Richard miner Moonta 1863[-1864] Memorial 19/207

RICKARD, Richard miner Moonta Mines, died 24/8/1879, of hepatic dropsy, aged 57 Application 18595

No 1

RICKARD, Thomas blacksmith Little Para 1852 Enrolment 82/14

RICKARD, Thomas farmer Salisbury 1852 Memorial 170/45

RICKARD, Thomas blacksmith Gawler Plains 1853[-1859] Memorial 9/47

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

RICKARD, William [the Elder] mason Glen Osmond 1849[-1851] Memorial 134/17

RICKARD, William [formerly mason Glen Osmond but now] bricklayer Adelaide 1853 Memorial 386/57

RICKARD, William the Elder [formerly bricklayer Adelaide but now] mason Tea Tree Gully 1857 Memorial 284/116

RICKARD, William mason North Adelaide 1863 Application 4675.

RICKARD, William the Younger builder North Adelaide (Melbourne St) 1869 Memorial 65/247

RICKARD, William the Elder and Younger builders Mackinnon Parade, North Adelaide 1870 Memorial 65/247

RICKARD, William the Elder mason Adelaide 1871 Memorial 187/256

No 2

RICKARD/RICKARDS, William gardener South Adelaide 1850[-1854] Memorials 118/26, 136/75

RICKARDS, Jemima schoolmistress Kapunda 1874[-1899] Memorial 231/278

No 1

RICKARDS, John labourer Hindmarsh 1849[-1853] Memorial 101/16

RICKARDS, John yeoman Hindmarsh 1868 Memorial 71/229

RICKARDS, John yeoman Richard St, Hindmarsh, died 10/8/1870. He could not read or write. His friend, Henry BETTERIDGE barrister Supreme Court Adelaide, gave this information 1871. Richard COOPER labourer Hindmarsh purchased the Rickards’ property, and leased it to a Mrs TAIT [Still much confusion - could really be Rickett]. Application 11218

RICKARDS, Mary widow Pt Augusta 1889 Memorial 174/400

RICKEN, Bartholomew hotel manager Pt Augusta Co Frome. Tarcoola (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1901 Grant Book 65 Page 305 County Not named

No 1

RICKEN, Johann yeoman Macclesfield 1855 Memorial 382/94

RICKEN, Johann farmer Macclesfield 1875, declared that his home had burnt down on 6/2/1859, and he had lost many valuable possessions, including his land deeds Application 14290

RICKER, William Henry storekeeper Adelaide 1850 Memorial 284/21

RICKETT, Thomas mail contractor Robe 1868 Memorial 5/231

No 1 - the Younger

RICKETTS, Henry labourer Adelaide 1843[-1852] Memorial 12/46

RICKETTS, Henry malster Hindmarsh 1853 Memorial 192/46

RICKETTS, Henry formerly of Hindmarsh but now farmer Peachey Belt 1855 Memorial 52/91

No 2 - the Elder

RICKETTS, Henry labourer Hindmarsh 1849[-1863] Memorial 164/52, Application 4656

RICKETTS, Henry bricklayer Hindmarsh 1869[-1874] Memorial 54/239

RICKETTS, Henry of Hindmarsh and Mary Ann Ricketts his wife 1872 Memorial 68/280

RICKETTS, Henry the Elder malster Hindmarsh, died 24/11/1874. Estate worth £50. He left his whole estate to his wife, Mary Ann Ricketts. She died 26/8/1894 Monbulla near Penola, at the home of her son, Henry Ricketts the Younger contractor and farmer. Other children in the family included Ann OXENHAM wife of Samuel Thomas Oxenham Carrondown near Hindmarsh, George Ricketts moulder Hindmarsh and William Ricketts ropemaker Hindmarsh Application 22770

No 1

RICKETTS, John labourer Adelaide 1843 Memorial 23/200

RICKETTS, John labourer Hindmarsh 1850 Memorial 35/21

No 1

RICKETTS, Samuel of SA 1850 [of Hampstead by 1853] father of Andrew Ricketts, who had left SA by 1857 Memorial 47/127, Application 26897

RICKETTS, Samuel labourer Hampstead 1853 Memorial 115/48

RICKETTS, Samuel teamster Hampstead near Walkerville 1857 Memorial 165/369

RICKETTS, Samuel farmer Saddleworth, died c1885. His family included: Thomas Ricketts farmer Morgan, Richard Ricketts labourer Dunolley Vic, William Ricketts farmer Waterloo, Martha SCHWEICHLER wife of Oscar Adolph Anton Schweichler labourer Nailsworth, Robert Ricketts farmer Boolcunda and Mary Ann Ricketts spinster Saddleworth Memorial 206/371

RICKETTS, Samuel formerly farmer Horsley, Glos, England, later Hampstead and Saddleworth, died 26/6/1883. He arrived in SA c1840, with his wife, Maria Ricketts, daughter of William GAYARD of Horsley, and family. Maria Ricketts widow of Samuel Ricketts farmer Highgrove Saddleworth, died 25/3/1885, of old age, aged 75. Family of 6 children 1885 - Richard Ricketts labourer Dunolly Vic, Thomas Ricketts farmer Morgan, William Ricketts farmer Waterloo, Martha SCHWEICHLER wife of Oscar Adolph Anton Schweichler labourer Nailsworth, Robert Ricketts farmer Boolcunda, and Mary Ann Ricketts spinster Saddleworth. Samuel Ricketts was a lifelong friend of John LEWIS out of business Northfield near the Stockade, who had emigrated from Horsley to SA in 1837, and was a frequent visitor to the Ricketts’ home until within 4 years of Samuel Ricketts’ death 1886 Application 20784

No 1

RICKETTS, Thomas carrier Dry Creek Hundred of Saddleworth land grant 1859 Grant Book 44 Page 344 County Light

RICKETTS, Thomas farmer Morgan 1885 Memorial 10/369

RICKMAN, Henry blacksmith Adelaide 1848 Memorial 50/11

No 1

RIDCLIFT, John Bible Christian Minister Watervale 1856[-1857] Memorial 150/151

RIDCLIFT, John Bible Christian minister Auburn 1857 Memorial 139/128

RIDCLIFT, John Bible Christian Minister formerly of Watervale but now of Clarendon 1860 Memorial 67/173

RIDCLIFT, John Minister of the Gospel formerly of Clarendon but now of Pt Elliot 1862 Memorial 201/181

RIDCLIFT, John Minister of the Gospel formerly of Clarendon but now of Gawler River 1864 Memorial 88/200

RIDCLIFT, John Bible Christian minister Mt Torrens 1866[-1871] Memorial 136/225

RIDCLIFT, John Minister of the Gospel formerly of Clarendon but now of Stirling East 1872 Application 12029

RIDCLIFT, John Bible Christian Minister formerly of Clarendon but now of Stirling East 1876[-1877] Memorial 38/295

RIDCLIFT, John minister of the gospel formerly of Clarendon but now of Middleton 1885 Memorial 162/368

RIDCLIFT, John Bible Christian minister Middleton, died 8/7/1895 Goolwa. Bequests for the Bible Christian Way College, Bible Christian Preachers Annuitant Fund, and Bible Christian Mission in China. Brother -in-law to Ann GORDON. Mr Ridclift could not write Memorial 99/483

RIDCLIFT, John Bible Christian minister Middleton, died 8/7/1895. Brother-in-law to Ann GORDON who died 27/6/1910. Her husband, William Jeffrey Gordon, died 23/12/1881 Application 26915

No 1

RIDD, Frank farmer South Rhine had an interest in mining 1869 Memorial 17/246

RIDD, Francis Frank farmer near Mt Pleasant Co Adelaide. Hundred of Angas land grant 1869[-1880] Grant Book 58 Page 177 & 180 County Sturt

RIDDELL, John miner Echunga and the Old Jupiter Creek Diggings 1885 Memorial 174/366

RIDDICK, William farmer Bordertown. Hundred of Tatiara land grant 1878 Grant Book 7 Page 7 County Buckingham

No 1 - likely to be the same person

RIDDIFORD, Alfred farmer Watervale Co Stanley. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 123 County Victoria

RIDDIFORD, Alfred farmer Jamestown Co Victoria. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1881 Grant Book 13 Page 196 County Dalhousie

RIDDIFORD, Alfred farmer Hundred of Morgan. Hundred of Morgan land grant 1882 Grant Book 13 Page 416 County Dalhousie

RIDDLE, David and William farmers Echunga 1895 Memorial 121/424

RIDDLE, George farmer Morphett Vale 1867 Memorial 139/223

No 1

RIDDLE, GH blacksmith Brighton 1884 Memorial 82/359

RIDDLE, George Henry blacksmith Brighton 1897 Application 23248

No 1

RIDDLE, James labourer Adelaide 1876 Memorial 248/295

RIDDLE, James labourer Adelaide, died c1878. Husband of Mary Riddle Memorial 244/312

RIDDLE, James Crighton hotelkeeper Fowler Bay Bookabie (Hundred of Magarey) township allotment land grant 1892 Grant Book 41 Page 1 County Kintore

No 1

RIDDLE, William carpenter Adelaide 1865 Memorial 121/207

RIDDLE, William [formerly carpenter Adelaide but now] of Echunga 1874 Memorial 241/274

RIDDLE, William farmer Echunga 1895 Memorial 121/424

No 2

RIDDLE, William butcher Narracoorte 1869[-1880] Memorial 80/236

RIDDLE, William butcher Naracoorte Hundred of Naracoorte land grant 1870[-1873] Grant Book 50 Page 93 County Robe

No 1

RIDDOCH, George stockholder Katnook S-E 1872 purchased the unexpired lease of Cannawigara Station from Henry SCOTT merchant Adelaide executor for the estate of the late James GORDON of Newlands (who died 1/9/1871) Memorial 230/262

RIDDOCH, George sheep farmer Katnook near Penola 1874 Memorial 164/275

RIDDOCH, George stockowner Yallum Park linked with John Riddoch gentleman formerly of Melbourne Vic but now in parts beyond the seas 1875 Memorial 53/283

RIDDOCH, George stockholder formerly of Nalang but now of Wintenya/Wienterrya/Winterrega NSW 1880 Memorial 122/320

RIDDOCH, George stockholder formerly of Nalang SA, but now of Winterriga NSW, power of attorney to Richard Chaffey BAKER MLC Adelaide, to manage the mortgage which Andrew Dods HANDYSIDE sheep farmer Cannawigra had with George Riddoch, involving freehold and leasehold land in the Hundreds of Tatiara and Wirrega 15/1/1880 Deposit 251/1880

RIDDOCH, George and John stockholders Glencoe near Mt Gambier 1882 Memorial 97/337

RIDDOCH, George Esquire Weinteriga Station NSW, about to leave for England, power of attorney to his brother and business partner in certain properties in SA and NSW, John RIDDOCH Yallum Park SA, to manage their joint undertakings 28/1/1885. The brothers owned Glencoe Station jointly in the 1890s Deposit 24/1885

RIDDOCH, George gentleman Mitcham. St Michael's Mitcham trustee 1890 Memorial 76/405

RIDDOCH, George Esquire formerly of Weniterriga NSW but now of Adelaide linked with John Riddoch Esquire Yallum Park 1895 Memorial 142/426

RIDDOCH, George sheep farmer Adelaide 1896 Application 23264

No 1 - likely to be the same person

RIDDOCH, James sawyer Penola 1870 Application 10496

RIDDOCH, James and Joseph contractors Narracoorte 1876 Memorial 18/297

No 1

RIDDOCH, John sheep farmer Yallum Park Hundred of Monbulla 1866 Memorial 172/217

RIDDOCH, John sheep farmer Yallum near Penola and RIDDOCH, George sheep farmer Adelaide, owned 17 sections of land, worth £42,000, as tenants-in-common 1891 Application 22118

No 1

RIDDOCH, Joseph farmer Hynam Lucindale (Hundred of Joyce) township allotment land grant 1879 Grant Book 50 Page 133 County Robe

RIDDOCH, Joseph gentleman Hynam North 1885 Memorial 219/371

No 2

RIDDOCH, Joseph contractor Penola Hundred of Hynam land grant 1882 Grant Book 29 Page 167 County MacDonnell

No 1

RIDEOUT, William labourer Plympton 1842[-1846] Memorial 114/69, Application 23930

RIDEOUT, William labourer Lagoon Farm Holdfast Bay 1845 Memorial 374/4

RIDEOUT, William farmer Holdfast Bay 1846[-1853] Memorial 365/6

RIDER, Thomas engraver Adelaide (Rundle St) 1851 Memorial 406/35

No 1

RIDGE, Thomas farmer Hundred of Belvidere 1864 Memorial 268/199

RIDGE, Thomas farmer near Kapunda 1865 Memorial 6/208

No 1

RIDGE, William shoemaker Adelaide (Waymouth St) 1846 Memorial 418/6

RIDGE, William shoemaker Pt Adelaide 1852[-1862] Memorials 146/46, 412/68, Application 2434

RIDGE, William shoemaker Pt Adelaide, died 18/6/1873 intestate and a widower. Letters of administration to William James Ridge blacksmith Pt Adelaide his son and heir at law to settle the estate Memorial 168/318

RIDGLEY, John Rouen police officer Kingscote KI 1922 Memorial 186/486

No 1

RIDGLEY, Joseph labourer Glynde 1859 Memorial 221/151

Member of the East Torrens Equitable Land, Building and Investment Society 1859 Memorial 222/151

RIDGLEY, Joseph gardener Glynde 1867 Memorial 225/220

RIDGLEY, Joseph market gardener Payneham 1890 Application 21888

RIDGLEY, Joseph market gardener Glynde, died 19/10/1905. His whole estate to his wife, Mary Ridgley, for life, then in equal shares to his children, William John Ridgley assayer Kadina, Edward Ridgley market gardener Glynde, and Ellen Ridgley spinster Glynde, was also to get £10 more than the other children. Estate worth £310. Mary Ridgley, widow of the late James Ridgley gardener Edward St, Glynde, died 18/3/1910, of some months' hepatic carcinoma, aged 84. Born in Burn, Cambridgeshire, England. In SA 53 years. Married at 26. Two sons and one daughter alive Application 26171

No 1

RIDGWAY, Charles butcher Penfield 1856 Memorial 124/96

RIDGWAY, Charles farmer Smith Creek 1857 Memorial 290/115

RIDGWAY, Charles butcher Smithfield 1862[-1883] Memorial 97/186

RIDGWAY, Charles butcher Smith Creek 1866 Memorial 109/215

RIDGWAY, Charles farmer Smithfield 1875 Memorial 134/283

RIDGWAY, Charles butcher Smith Creek linked with William Ridgway farmer near Virginia 1886 Memorial 247/373

RIDGWAY, Charles farmer Smithfield, died 25/10/1888. Executor; William Ridgway farmer Virginia and Charles DINHAM farmer Ardrossan Memorial 201/396

RIDGWAY, Ann wife of Charles Ridgway farmer Smithfield, died 31/10/1886, of diabetes, aged 63 Application 27524

RIDGWAY, Charles farmer Smithfield, died 25/10/1888. His estate worth £520. He instructed his executors, his brother William Ridgway farmer Virginia and his son-in-law George FOULIS farmer Horrocks Pass near Pt Augusta, to sell all his personal estate except his cows and the household items. £50 to each of his four sons. £20 to his grandson Herbert Foulis when he turned 21. The rest of the money to be divided equally between his wife, Ann Ridgway, and his two daughters, Fanny and Anna Ridgway. Ann Ridgway to have a life interest in trust in the estate, or until she remarried. The trustees not to be responsible for any expenses incurred in the running of the farm. Then the trustees to sell the estate and give the proceeds in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant to the four daughters of Charles Ridgway Application 27524

No 1

RIDGWAY, Charles Frederick William farmer Pt Lincoln 1909 Memorial 199/461

RIDGWAY, Charles Frederick William contractor Pt Lincoln 1942, declared that he had been born 24/8/1874 and had lived at Pt Lincoln since 1903 Application 28323

RIDGWAY, Charles Frederick William retired Pt Lincoln 1950 Application 28728

No 1

RIDGWAY, Edward farmer Penfield 1901 Application 24200

RIDGWAY, Edward farmer Penfield 1920. Gawler River Methodist Church trustee Memorial 93/515

RIDGWAY, Elizabeth spinster Virginia 1889[-1916] Memorial 163/397

RIDGWAY, George farmer near Smithfield 1878 Memorial 27/307

No 1

RIDGWAY, GA storekeeper Aberdeen near Kooringa 1909 Memorial 182/461

RIDGWAY, GA grocer Aberdeen 1921 Application 27015

RIDGWAY, George Anthony storekeeper Aberdeen 1927, declared that he was 70 years old and had lived in the district for 67 years Application 27481

No 1 - likely to be the same person

RIDGWAY, James builder Angaston 1854[-1882] Memorial 229/72

RIDGWAY, James mason Angaston 1858 Memorial 317/139

No 1

RIDGWAY, Jesse farmer Smith Creek 1853[-1855] Memorial 243/54 Linked with Philip Ridgeway mason Bowden 1855 Memorial 128/91

RIDGWAY, Jesse farmer formerly of the Gawler Plains purchased Blackwood Park Farm near Balhannah from William BONEHAM 1855 Memorial 364/96

RIDGWAY, Jesse farmer Blackwood Park near Nairne 1858[-1859] Memorial 91/144

No 1

RIDGWAY, John butcher Adelaide 1848 Memorial 452/13 Butcher Third Creek Magill 1850[-1866] Memorial 341/25 Butcher Thebarton 1851 Memorial 101/31

RIDGWAY, John farmer Third Creek 1858 Memorial 290/137

RIDGWAY, John gentleman Third Creek 1864 Application 4811

RIDGWAY, John gardener formerly of Adelaide but now of Third Creek 1868 Memorial 109/235

RIDGWAY, John formerly shoemaker Adelaide 1839 but now gentleman Norwood 1876 Application 15610

RIDGWAY, John gentleman formerly of Third Creek but now of Sydenham Road, Norwood 1879 Memorial 104/313

RIDGWAY, John of Norwood 1881 Application 18616

RIDGWAY, John gentleman Third Creek linked with River Ridgway farmer Kadina 1882 Memorial 242/339

RIDGWAY, John farmer formerly of Woodforde but now of Norwood 1882 Application 18997

RIDGWAY, John died no stated. Linked with Ralph Waller Ridgway storekeeper Wirrabara and Robert Ridgway of Islington 1902 Memorial 152/447

No 2

RIDGWAY, John farmer Gawler Plains 1851 Memorial 158/33

No 3

RIDGWAY, John farmer Salter Springs Hundred of Alma land grant 1863 Grant Book 26 Page 31 County Gawler

RIDGWAY, John the Younger farmer Salter Springs trustee Wesleyan Methodist Chapel Rhynie 1884 Application 20619

RIDGWAY, John Matthew farmer Crystal Brook. Crystal Brook (Hundred of Crystal Brook) township allotment land grant 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 437 County Victoria

RIDGWAY, Mark Edward Hay salesman Woodville 1906 Application 25118

No 1

RIDGWAY, Matthew labourer Virginia 1892 Application 22292

RIDGWAY, Matthew William farmer Virginia 1892 Application 22223

RIDGWAY, Matthew William farmer Virginia 1895[-1906] Memorial 8/424

RIDGWAY, Matthew William farmer Virginia and Ellen Ridgway his wife 1920 Application 26899

No 1

RIDGWAY, Phillip stonemason Hindmarsh 1850[-1853] Memorial 76/27

RIDGWAY, Phillip stone mason Brompton 1852 Memorial 297/40

RIDGWAY, Philip farmer Pt Gawler 1855 Memorial 341/93

RIDGWAY, Philip mason formerly of Bowden but now of Pt Gawler 1859 Memorial 361/160

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

RIDGWAY, Philip of Willochra 1881 Memorial 69/331

No 1

RIDGWAY, Ralph Walter storekeeper Wirrabara trustee Wesleyan Methodist Church Wirrabara Wirrabara township allotment land grant 1875 Grant Book 24 Page 524 County Frome

RIDGWAY, RW storekeeper Wirrabara 1876 Memorial 132/295

RIDGWAY, Ralph Walter farmer Wirrabara Hundred of Appila land grant 1880 Grant Book 24 Page 502 County Frome

RIDGWAY, Ralph Waller storekeeper Wirrabara 1900 Memorial 73/441 

No 1

RIDGWAY, River overseer Kapunda 1864 Memorial 62/199

RIDGWAY, River licensed victualler Kulpara 1873 Memorial 51/266

RIDGWAY, River farmer Kulpara. Hundred of Kulpara land grant 1877 Grant Book 14 Page 324 County Daly

RIDGWAY, River farmer Kadina 1882 Memorial 242/339

RIDGWAY, Robert blacksmith California St, Nailsworth 1910 Memorial 145/462

No 1

RIDGWAY, Thomas farmer Virginia 1901 Application 24200

RIDGWAY, Thomas and William farmers Virginia 1901 Memorial 155/444

No 1 - possibly mixture of the Elder and the Younger

RIDGWAY, William butcher Virginia 1858[-1891] Memorial 193/145

RIDGWAY, William butcher Virginia Hundred of Pt Gawler land grant 1866 Grant Book 27 Page 410 County Gawler

RIDGWAY, William butcher Virginia 1868 Application 9060

RIDGWAY, William farmer Virginia 1877[-1892] Memorial 97/297

RIDGWAY, William retired butcher Virginia 1892 Memorial 97/415

RIDGWAY, William formerly butcher but now farmer Virginia 1909 Memorial 61/462

RIDGWAY, William farmer Virginia involved with a company called Virginia Park Ltd, head office at 93 Currie St, Adelaide 1917 Application 26631

No 1

RIDGWAY, William Roads storekeeper Aberdeen near Kooringa 1871[-1876] Memorial 85/281 Wheat buyer Aberdeen near Kooringa 1875[-1876] Memorial 234/281

RIDGWAY, William Roads wheat merchant Aberdeen near Kooringa 1877 Memorial 250/299

RIDGWAY, William Roads gentleman Brighton 1879 Memorial 117/320

RIDGWAY, William Roads corn merchant Aberdeen 1881 Memorial 175/331

RIDGWAY, WR JP of Aberdeen 1899 Memorial 39/439

RIDGWAY, William Thomas dairyman Adelaide. Hundred of Kuitpo land grant 1931 Grant Book 2 Page 108 County Adelaide

RIDGWELL, George farmer Munno Para 1852 Memorial 388/43

No 1

RIDINGS, James Bradshaw bank manager Kapunda 1876[-1879] Memorial 28/294

RIDINGS, JB bank manager Mt Gambier 1881 Memorial 248/335

RIDINGS, JB manager of the E, S & A Bank Mt Gambier 1882 Memorial 140/343

No 1

RIDLER, Samuel stonemason Gumeracha 1855[-1893] Memorial 133/92, Application 25971

RIDLER, Samuel mason Gumeracha, died 14/11/1897. Estate worth £1,200. Executors: Christian THEEL carpenter Gumeracha and Ebenezer Jackson HENDERSON minister of the gospel Gumeracha Memorial 81/433

RIDLER, Walter farmer Waterloo Plains 1853[-1854] Memorial 444/54

No 1

RIDLEY, Annie Eleanor and Jane Taylor Ridley spinsters 19 Belsize Park, Middlesex, England daughters of John Ridley Esquire 1885 Memorial 188/369

RIDLEY, Annie Eleonor and Jane Taylor RIDLEY spinsters 19 Belsize Park, Middlesex, England, power of attorney to Joseph FISHER Esquire formerly MLC, to manage their SA business investments 24/7/1885. By 3/9/1901, when the sisters gave power of attorney to Francis Joseph FISHER solicitor Adelaide, they were living at Stagshaw 31 Daleham gardens, Hampstead, London, Middlesex, England Deposits 163/1885, 87/1901

RIDLEY, Annie Eleanor spinster 31 Daleham Gardens, Hampstead, Middlesex, England, died 1/12/1923, aged 84 Memorial 95/490

RIDLEY, Jane Taylor spinster Stagshaw 31 Daleham Gardens, Hampstead, died 20/6/1929 Memorial 33/504

No 1

RIDLEY, David gardener Paradise. Campbelltown Wesleyan Methodist Church trustee 1893[-1907] Memorial 102/417

RIDLEY, David gardener Campbelltown 1912 Application 26139

No 2

RIDLEY, David farmer Salisbury Hundred of Dublin land grant 1878 Grant Book 26 Page 341 County Gawler

No 3

RIDLEY, David farmer Echunga 1895 Memorial 121/424

No 1

RIDLEY, Edward carpenter Unley 1847[-1850] Memorial 19/8 Carpenter formerly of Unley but now of Fullarton 1850[-1860] Memorial 463/19 Carpenter Unley 1851[-1854] Memorial 88/31

RIDLEY, Edward gardener late of Unley now of Fullarton 1852 Memorial 349/41 Farmer Fullarton 1854 Memorial 347/65

RIDLEY, Edward and William farmers Section 250 Survey B near Adelaide 1852 Memorial 494/56

RIDLEY, Ernest James gardener Woodville. Findon Methodist Church trustee 1923 Memorial 14/487

RIDLEY, Frederick farmer Salisbury Plains 1906 Memorial 37/456

No 1

RIDLEY, Henry linked with Section 366n Hundred of Pirie Co Victoria 1887[-1895] Memorial 86/384

RIDLEY, Henry farmer Hundred of Pirie. Hundred of Pirie land grant 1895 Grant Book 60 Page 301 County Victoria

RIDLEY, Howard Harcourt gardener Paradise 1905 Memorial 32/454

No 1

RIDLEY, Jesse carpenter Fullarton 1850 Enrolment 69/14 Gardener Unley mid 1850[-1853] Memorial 216/25

RIDLEY, Jesse farmer Gawler Plains 1852[-1866] Memorial 198/45

RIDLEY, Jesse farmer Gawler Plains 1856 Sturton Farm Primitive Methodist Chapel trustee pt Section 4031 Hundred of Munno Para Gawler Plains Memorial 49/103

RIDLEY, Jesse and William farmers North Road near the Grand Junction 1855 Memorial 142/88

RIDLEY, Jesse farmer near Salisbury linked with William Ridley farmer Grand Junction Lower North Road 1868 Memorial 231/229

RIDLEY, Jesse farmer Salisbury Hundred of Dublin land grant 1877 Grant Book 26 Page 338 County Gawler

RIDLEY, Jesse farmer Salisbury 1889 Memorial 228/398

RIDLEY, Jesse farmer Gawler Plains 1893 Application 22471

RIDLEY, Jesse farmer near Salisbury 1894 Application 22645

No 1

RIDLEY, John miller Hindmarsh 1842 Memorial 379/1

RIDLEY, John [formerly miller Hindmarsh but now] Esquire Glenelg 1850 Memorial 392/27

RIDLEY, John of Glenelg. Hindmarsh United Building Society trustee 1851 Memorial 460/36

RIDLEY, John Esquire Brighton 1853 Memorial 67/48

RIDLEY, John Esquire formerly of Brighton 1853 Memorial 317/51

RIDLEY, John gentleman Hindmarsh Hindmarsh United Building Society trustee 1853 Memorial 88/50

RIDLEY, John gentleman Glenelg, trustee of the Hindmarsh United Building Society, ‘for divers good causes and considerations me thereunto moving’, power of attorney to Edward James Frederick CRAWFORD gentleman Hindmarsh, to act on his behalf as trustee 13/1/1853 Deposit 73/OA

RIDLEY, John Esquire Glenelg, about to leave the province, power of attorney to Anthony FORSTER Esquire Greenock Creek and Matthew MOORHOUSE Esquire Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 26/2/1853. On 15/11/1859, A Forster lived in Adelaide, and was an MLC; he resigned his attorneyship to Joseph FISHER Esquire Adelaide, because he was leaving the province. On 28/1/1884, when Joseph Fisher was about to leave SA, his son Francis Joseph Fisher solicitor Adelaide, took over the attorneyship Deposits 146/OA & 21/1884

RIDLEY, John Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now on a voyage to Great Britain 1853 Memorial 145/61

RIDLEY, John landowner formerly of SA but now of 86 Gower St, London, Middlesex, England 1855 Memorial 282/97

RIDLEY, John formerly of Adelaide now of Stagthaw House, Northumberland, England 1861 Application 2345

RIDLEY, John Esquire formerly of Glenelg but now of 19 Belsize Park, London, Middlesex, England 1875 Memorial 239/281

RIDLEY, Sarah Ann widow Salisbury 1894 Application 22661

No 1

RIDLEY, William labourer Fullarton 1850 Memorial 380/22

RIDLEY, William farmer Fullarton 1853 Memorial 17/54

RIDLEY, William farmer [formerly of Fullarton but now of] Tam O'Shanter Belt 1855[-1857] Memorial 245/89

RIDLEY, William farmer Gawler Plains 1860 Memorial 29/163

RIDLEY, William farmer Grand Junction 1866 Memorial 80/210

RIDLEY, William farmer Grand Junction Road Lower North Road 1867 Memorial 223/220

RIDLEY, William farm labourer Greens Plains East Hundred of Cunningham land grant 1884 Grant Book 19 Page 285 County Fergusson

RIDLEY, William farmer Hundred of Cunningham 1885[-1887] Memorial 192/368

No 1

RIDLINGTON, Frederick accountant Adelaide 1862 Memorial 239/180

No 2

RIDLINGTON, Frederick licensed victualler Adelaide (Gresham Hotel, King William St). 3-year lease at £7 a week 1864. He assigned the lease again in Dec 1865 to Robert Hall photographic artist Adelaide Memorials 212/195, 141/208

RIDOUT, Robert farmer near Riverton 1862 Application 3256

RIDPATH, Annette of Hindmarsh 1853 Probably a relative to Walter Ridpath solicitor Hindmarsh Memorial 260/59

No 1

RIDPATH, Walter attorney-at-law Adelaide (Waymouth St) 1/2/1842 Application 26255

RIDPATH, W solicitor Adelaide (Rundle St) 2/11/1842 Memorial 276/2

RIDPATH, Walter solicitor Hindmarsh 1842 Memorial 265/2 RIDPATH, Walter solicitor Tam O’Shanter Land 1843[-1844] Memorial 279/24

RIDPATH, Walter solicitor Adelaide (Grote St) 1844 Memorial 411/3

RIDPATH, Walter clerk to Josiah PARTRIDGE solicitor Adelaide (Gawler Place off Grenfell St) 1844 Memorial 500/3

RIDPATH, Walter solicitor Adelaide (Morphett St) 1844 Memorial 21/4

RIDPATH, Walter solicitor Hindmarsh 1845 Memorial 496/21

RIDPATH, Walter attorney-at-law Hindmarsh 1851 Application 26255

RIDPATH, Walter solicitor Adelaide (Waymouth St) 1854 Memorial 359/68

RIDPATH, W Clerk of the Local Court Pt Lincoln 1862 Memorial 155/196

RIDPATH, Walter clerk of the local court Pt Lincoln 1872 Application 11915

RIDPATH, Mary of Unley, died in July 1875 - wife of Walter Ridpath gentleman Unley. She left real and personal estate to her husband in trust for life, then absolutely in remainder expectant to Arthur Bate BEAN leather merchant Adelaide (Stephens Place) (by 1893) husband of Rosa Elizabeth Bean, provided he pay Marion Elizabeth BOWKER no description the sum of £50 Memorial 26/417

RIDPATH, Walter gentleman formerly of Adelaide 1841 but now of Norwood 1877 Application 16021

RIDPATH, Walter gentleman [formerly of Edwardstown], died 5/7/1890, of senile decay, aged 89 Application 23815

RIDPATH, Walter gentleman Unley, died 5/7/1890. His wife, Mary Ridpath, predeceased him in July 1875. Arthur Bate BEAN leather merchant Adelaide to inherit Mrs Ridpath's estate absolutely after her husband died. Rosa Elizabeth Bean the wife of AB Bean Memorial 215/434

No 1

RIEBE, Gottfried farmer near Hahndorf purchased land in Hahndorf 1850 Memorial 318/27

RIEBE, Gottfried storekeeper Hahndorf 1855 Memorial 236/84

RIEBE, Gottfried storekeeper formerly of Hahndorf but then of Tanunda 1855 Memorial 318/88

RIEBE, Gottfried storekeeper Tanunda, became a bankrupt in 1868 Memorial 36/233

RIED, C servant College Town 1879 Application 27150

RIEDEL, August Julius Gustav bootmaker Nuriootpa 1900 Memorial 160/439

RIEDEL, Carl Gustav Oswald engineer Morgan 1911 Grant Book 18 Page 21 County Eyre

No 1

RIEDEL, Carl Heinrich Julius farmer near Palmer 1877 Memorial 179/298

RIEDEL, Carl Heinrich Julius farmer near Palmer Hundred of Tungkillo land grant 1877 Grant Book 58 Page 289 County Sturt

RIEDEL, Heinrich Friedrich gardener Adelaide 1850 Memorial 43/21 Gardener Hilton later 1850 Memorial 293/22

RIEDEL, Johann August mason Angaston 1863 Application 3896

RIEDEL, MO auctioneer Tanunda 1915 Memorial 162/477

RIEGER, Anton and Wilhelm HAASE in partnership leased the Grünthal Woollen Factory (Lot 4 Section 3816 Hundred of Onkaparinga) from Alwine KRAMM of Grünthal for 2 years at £30 a year 1877 Memorial 215/302

RIEGER, Gottfried bricklayer Adelaide 1853[-1857] Memorial 150/59

RIEGER, Gottlieb farmer Saddleworth 1884 Memorial 166/356

RIEGNER, Carl Hermann waiter Adelaide Chapmanton (Hundred of Arkaba) township allotment land grant 1883 Grant Book 33 Page 28 County Hanson

No 1

RIEKE, Ernst farmer Klemzig 1853 Memorial 133/47

RIEKE, Ernst farmer Gilles Plains 1854 Memorial 313/64

No 1

REIKE, Fritz farmer The Torrens near Adelaide 1850 Memorial 388/21

RIEKE, Fritz farmer Section 501 on the Torrens River 1853 Memorial 175/58

RIEKEN, Johann farmer Macclesfield 1858 Memorial 201/148

No 1

RIELLY, John gardener Cox Creek 1881 Memorial 92/334

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

RIELLY, John out of business Strathalbyn 1913[-1918] Memorial 196/468

No 3

RIELLY, John labourer Willunga, died 16/6/1950 College Park. A bachelor, he was a son of Thomas and Margaret Rielly, who left their Willunga township allotments to him. He, in turn, willed the property to his nephew, Patrick Lawrence Rielly PMG linesman Willunga 1963 Application 29534

RIELLY, William baker Strathalbyn 1886 Memorial 18/373

RIELLY, William Henry baker Terowie, died 30/11/1912. Executor; Thomas Welbourne TAYLOR blacksmith Terowie Memorial 108/468

RIEMER, August Gottlieb cabinetmaker Adelaide 1852. He appointed Samuel MORCOM temperance hotel keeper Hindley St, Adelaide, as his agent to collect the rent for a property he owned at Walkerville. AG RIEMER sold the land in 1880 Application 18173

RIESCHIECK, August Ferdinand Reinhold blacksmith Tanunda 1893 Application 22470

No 1 - probably the same person

RIESCHIECK, Johann Gottlob farmer Tanunda 1852 Memorial 258/39

RIESCHIECK, Johann Gottlob shoemaker Tanunda 1858 Memorial 297/132

RIESCHIECK, Johann Gottlob shoemaker and vinegrower Tanunda 1862 Memorial 150/184

RIESSEN, Andreas farmer Nuriootpa 1863 Application 4508

No 1 - the Elder

RIGAUD, Richard Esquire Gumeracha 1859 Memorial 140/161

RIGAUD, Richard Esquire Para Wirra 1863 Memorial 197/188

RIGAUD, Richard the Elder gentleman Kersbrook, died 16/5/1865. Estate worth £150. His executors, Hon Samuel DAVENPORT MLC and Thomas Eaton BURY merchant Adelaide, expressly refused to act. The widow and her eldest son, RJ Rigaud, appointed John HATCHETT gentleman Adelaide in their place. R Rigaud the Elder the husband of Eliza Rigaud. Children listed - Mary Eliza Rigaud, wife of the Rev’d William MURRAY of Gumeracha; Richard John Rigaud the Younger; Lucy Rigaud, Christian Rigaud, Jane Rigaud, Stephen Rigaud. The two sons to continue to manage the ‘land, property and livestock’ for as long as they wished. Sections 690, 941 Hundred of Para Wirra (186 acres) Application 7586

RIGAUD, Eliza widow Norwood linked with Richard John Rigaud gentleman Norwood 1866 Memorial 99/215

RIGAUD, Eliza widow Kent Tce, Norwood, died 22/9/1883 intestate. Her daughter, Isabella RATHBONE wife of Frank Broomfield Rathbone accountant Adelaide, took out letters of administration to finalise her estate 1906, many years afterwards Application 25907

No 2 - the Youngere

RIGAUD, Richard John gentleman Adelaide about to marry Mary Dymphna FOX spinster Marybank youngest daughter of Frances Ellen Fox widow Marybank and her late husband Arthur Fox. Fox Estate land in Currie St and the Shamrock Hotel in Light Square to go into trust for the benefit of the bride and groom 1868 Memorial 242/230

RIGAUD, Richard John journalist Sydney NSW, died 26/3/1906 St Vincent's Hospital intestate, a widower without ancestors or descendants. His sister, Isabella Rathbone wife of Frank Broomfield Rathbone accountant Adelaide, took out letters of administration to finalise his estate 1906 Application 25907

No 1

RIGBY, James stonemason North Adelaide 1850 Memorial 367/27

RIGBY, James stonemason formerly of North Adelaide but now of Victoria 1858 Memorial 321/139

No 1

RIGBYE, John Thomas farmer Sturt River, leased pt Section 916, 47 acres with buildings, improvements and livestock, 7 year lease at £100, Thomas STUBBS's estate of Beckwith near Gawler 27/4/1848 Application 23290

RIGBYE, John Thomas pound keeper Bay Road 1852 Memorial 309/40

RIGBYE, Robert Baldwin farmer Appila, died 1880. His entire estate to his wife, Margarethe Rigbye, in trust to 'sell and dispose of and to collect all debts due to him and to carry on his business as a farmer and generally … manage his estate for the benefit of his family and creditors' Memorial 240/325

No 1

RIGG, Alfred Wesleyan Methodist Minister Strathalbyn 1869 Memorial 186/242

RIGG, Alfred minister of the gospel Brompton and Caroline Rigg his wife formerly Caroline BERRYMAN 1871 Memorial 39/254

RIGG, William ironmonger Adelaide (Hindley St) 1879 Memorial 211/319

RIGGIN, John bricklayer Adelaide 1854 Memorial 363/64

RIGGS, Alfred Benjamin grazier Murkaby 1921[-1925] Memorial 56/482, Application 27329

No 1

RIGGS, Andrew sheepfarmer near Kooringa. Hundred of Kooringa land grant 1864[-1866] Grant Book 8 Page 24 County Burra

RIGGS, Andrew sheep farmer Hundred of Kooringa, became a bankrupt in 1866 Memorial 135/217

No 2

RIGGS, Andrew and John farmers near Gawler 1902 Memorial 241/445

RIGGS, Andrew farmer near Gawler, died 3/9/1905. He left his whole estate, worth £510, to his wife, Amelia Elizabeth Riggs, still living near Gawler in 1910 Application 25730

No 1

RIGGS, Henry John farmer Gawler West 1860 Memorial 155/166

RIGGS, Henry John farmer Gawler Hills 1875 Memorial 65/286

RIGGS, Henry John sheepfarmer near Gawler Co Gawler. Hundred of Baldina land grant 1878 Grant Book 9 Page 9 County Burra

RIGGS, Henry John sheep farmer the Gawler Hills near Gawler 1879 Memorial 86/316

RIGGS, Henry John farmer formerly of Gawler West but now of Bentley near Gawler 1881 Memorial 81/329

RIGGS, Henry John farmer Bentley near Gawler 1883 Memorial 204/348

RIGGS, Henry John sheep farmer Bentley near Gawler 1892 Application 22344

RIGGS, Herbert Leslie and Vernon Albert Walter Riggs both graziers Kooringa 1919 Memorial 95/479

No 1 - perhaps mixture of the Elder and the Younger

RIGGS, John farmer near Gawler 1855[-1894] Memorial 326/89

RIGGS, John farmer Gawler Plains 1860 Application 1539

RIGGS, John the Elder farmer Gawler Plains 1867[-1877] Memorial 243/232 Gawler Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee 1877 Memorial 226/306

RIGGS, John sheep farmer Bentley near Gawler 1891 Application 22123

RIGGS, John Andrew sheepfarmer Kooringa 1903 Memorial 12/450

No 1

RIGGS, John Arthur grazier Kooringa 1926 Application 27501

RIGGS, John Arthur grazier Kooringa. Kooringa Methodist Church trustee 1926 Memorial 171/494

grant Memorial 345/47

No 1

RIGGS, William blacksmith Gawler 1857[-1871] Memorial 184/129

RIGGS, William formerly blacksmith Gawler 1857 but now farmer and blacksmith Hundred of Colton, Co Musgrave 1878 Application 16950

RILEN, James farmer formerly of Muckleford Vic but now of Adelaide 1876 Memorial 162/292

No 1

RILEN, William carrier Kooringa 1852 Memorial 245/110

RILEN, William formerly of Kooringa but now yeoman Muckleford, Co Talbot Vic 1856. Jane Rilen of Muckleford also mentioned Memorial 247/110

RILEN, William yeoman late of Korunga (Kooringa??) SA, but now of Muckleford, Co Talbot, Vic, power of attorney to his wife, Jane Rilen, to sell certain lands in SA 6/10/1856 Deposit 303/OA

RILEN, William formerly bullock driver Burra late farmer Strangways Vic, died 22/1/1864 Strangways. His son, James Rilen, inherited various real estate. The testator's wife, Jane Rilen, had remarried to John Alexander MCKENZIE farmer Strangways Vic by 1870. Robert MASLEN formerly of Stanton near Devizes, Wilts, England, but now farmer Muckleford Vic, had known William Rilen since they were 10-year old boys together in England. William Rilen married Mary Ann nee ? at All-Cannings, Wilts, in Sept 1832. Their only child, James Rilen, born Oct 1834. The Rilens and Maslens emigrated to SA 1838 Hooghly. Mary Ann Rilen died at sea. William Rilen married a second wife in Adelaide, who also died. W Rilen married a third wife, who survived him Application 10951

RILEN, William carrier Kooringa, died 22/1/1864 Muckleford Vic intestate. His son, James Rilen farmer formerly of Muckleford, but now of Adelaide 1876, inherited his estate as heir at law Application 15326.

No 1

RILES, Ephraim labourer Adelaide (Hindley St) and Matilda Riles his wife 1871 Memorial 109/252

RILES, Ephraim formerly labourer Adelaide (Hindley St) 1871, but now carter Bowden and Matilda Riles his wife 1874 Application 13570

RILEY, Carry [Caroline?] of Entanda Hope 1888 Memorial 102/392

No 1

RILEY, Edith Mary widow Bakewell Rd, Evandale 1912 Memorial 136/467

RILEY, Edith Mary widow formerly of Bakewell Rd, Evandale but now of Plympton 1919 Memorial 21/479

RILEY, Ezra farmer Kapunda 1863[-1864] Memorial 249/189

No 1

RILEY, Henry labourer The Tiers 1857 Memorial 5/124

RILEY, Henry miner Stirling East 1874 Memorial 187/276

RILEY, Henry quarryman Stirling East 1881 Memorial 154/332

RILEY, Henry labourer Stirling East, died 26/5/1903. His estate to his wife, Emma Matilda Riley, in trust for life. Then, absolutely in remainder expectant: son Edmond Frederick Walter Riley (blacksmith Adelaide) to get Lot 5 and pt 6 Stirling East and two roomed stone cottage; Son Walter Henry Riley to get a 3 roomed house; to son Frederick 'the ground on the other side of the drain'. The 5 daughters to get an equal share of the rest of allotment 6 - Emma STORR wife of Henry Storr farmer Malvern; Ellen PETERSON wife of Christian Peterson labourer Knoxville, Mary Jane PEPPER wife of Frederick Pepper wardsman Southwark; Matilda Allen CURTIS wife of William Henry Curtis gardener Piccadilly, and Gertrude Louisa HENDER wife of Frederick Hender gardener Aldgate Application 26585

No 1

RILEY, James labourer Encounter Bay 1846 Memorial 484/6

No 2

RILEY, James farmer Apoinga 1854 Memorial 245/63

No 3

RILEY, James labourer Thebarton 1875[-1889] Memorial 15/285

RILEY, James labourer Thebarton 1877 Application 16171

RILEY, James labourer Thebarton 1886 Application 20942

RILEY, James labourer Thebarton 1892. He could not write. He lived in a two-room house which he had built himself in c1885, after living on the allotment for 9 years in another home. He had owned the allotment for over 25 years Application 22414

No 1

RILEY, John warehouseman Adelaide 1855[-1861] Memorial 26/92

RILEY, John of Chatham St, Adelaide and Frances Riley his wife 1856[-1862] Memorial 165/183

No 2

RILEY, John labourer Strathalbyn 1865[-1877] Memorial 210/201

No 3

RILEY, John farmer Stirling East 1874 Memorial 99/273

No 1

RILEY, Joseph stone mason Adelaide (Elizabeth St) 1851 Memorial 472/31

RILEY, Joseph stone mason formerly of Elizabeth St, Adelaide, but now of Apoinga 1851 Memorial 319/37

RILEY, Joseph stonemason Thebarton 1852[-1854] Memorial 180/44

No 2

RILEY, Joseph carpenter Adelaide 1877 Memorial 69/304

No 1

RILEY, Joseph Albert secretary of the Plympton Coursing Company Ltd with registerd office at Waymouth St, Adelaide 1896 Memorial 174/428

RILEY, Joseph Albert of Adelaide 1909 Memorial 8/461

RILEY, JA secretary Royal Agricultural & Horticultural Society of SA Inc 1914 Memorial 37/471

No 1

RILEY, Judah spinster Robe 1856 Memorial 282/104

RILEY, Judah or Judith spinster Robe married Andrew Thomas KNIGHT publican Ballarat Vic before 1869 Application 26536

RILEY, Mary widow Cowandilla 1862 Memorial 64/182

RILEY, Patrick farmer Salisbury 1856[-1857] Memorial 281/100

RILEY, Philip farmer Sawpit Gully near Nairne and Section 159 Survey C 1861 Memorial 25/178

RILF, William Frederick of Adelaide 1891 Memorial 63/411

RIMBERTON, John of Adelaide 1846 Memorial 191/7

No 1

RIMES, Clarence George company secretary Croydon 1936 Memorial 82/510

RIMES, Clarence George company secretary Croydon 1936 Application 28048

RIMES, Clarence George secretary 400 Henley Beach Rd, Lockleys Secretary to D & J FOWLER Ltd, of 14 King William St, Adelaide 1958 Application 29279

No 1

RIMES, James butcher Port Road [perhaps Port Road, Bowden] 1870 Memorial 34/244

RIMES, James butcher Bowden 1871 Memorial 208/251

RIMES, James butcher Bowden 1872 Application 12128

RIMES, James greengrocer Gibson St, Bowden and Mary Ann Self Rimes his wife 1895. The Rimes had lived in Bowden since c1850 Application 22987

RIMES, Mary Ann Self wife of James Rimes hawker Bowden 1901 , declared that she had lived in Bowden since c1851 Application 24143 Second wife

No 1

RIMMER, Alexander of Mt Remarkable 1855 Memorial 345/93

RIMMER, Alexander farmer Mt Remarkable 1856 Memorial 201/98

RIMMER, Alexander bushman Kooringa 1856 Memorial 86/102

RIMMER, Alexander formerly bushman Kooringa 1856 but now yeoman Sydney NSW 1863 Application 4393

RINDER, Herbert and James Arthur Rinder confectioners Adelaide (Rundle St) 1911 Memorial 183/464

RINDIVILLE, John of Wauraltee 1883 Memorial 216/353

RINEHAN, Margaret widow near Allendale relict of the late William Rinehan now deceased 1887 Memorial 249/388

No 1

RING, Charles A accountant Pt Pirie 1882 Memorial 209/338

RING, Charles Applegard sharebroker Adelaide 1897 Memorial 45/430

RING, Charles Edward farmer Morphett Vale 1858 Application 58

RING, Herbert Alexander civil servant Adelaide 1909 Application 25590

RINGLESS, Arthur butcher New Glenelg 1906 Application 25204

RINGWOOD, Stewart Stanley manager Eastern Extension Australasia and China Telegraph Company Ltd Adelaide branch office 1942 Memorial 135/516

No 1

RINTOUL, James labourer Adelaide 1839 Application 20942

RINTOUL, James farmer Gawler Plains 1854[-1857] Memorial 323/78

RINTOUL, James farmer Hundred of Munno Para West 1862 Memorial 187/181

RIO, Edwin salesman Maylands 1919 Application 26763

RIORDEN, Daniel gentleman Adelaide took out a lease on the Cornish Miner's Arms Hotel Rundle St 1851 Memorial 19/37

RIPLEY, Edward labourer Adelaide 1925 Memorial 27/494

RIPLEY, Edward Benjamin stableman Main Road, Hope Valley, died 16/5/1933 Memorial 158/506

RIPPER, James farmer Gumeracha 1867 Application 8359

RIPPER, John timber yard foreman Broken Hill NSW 1898 Application 26153

RIPPER, WT clerk Adelaide (Wakefield St) 1945 Application 28977

RIPPIST, Richard E clerk to Samuel ALLEN land agent [probably Adelaide 1869] Memorial 203/240

No 1

RIPPON, Frederick labourer Bowden 1883 Memorial 1/348

RIPPON, Frederick labourer Bowden and Sarah Rippon his wife 1888[-1891] Memorial 58/392

RIPPON, John gentleman Glenelg and Sophia Prescott Rippon his wife, formerly Sophia Prescott PERKS 1873 Memorial 207/269

RISBY, Andrew labourer Adelaide 1838 Application 9429

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

RISCHBIETH, Carl Charles merchant Glenelg 1878 Memorial 198/312

RISCHBIETH, Carl Charles importer Adelaide 1880 Application 18362

RISCHBIETH, Carl Charles formerly of Adelaide, but now in parts beyond the sea 1881 Application 18386

RISCHBIETH, Carl Charles merchant formerly of Adelaide but now of parts beyond the seas 1889 Memorial 250/400

RISCHBIETH, Elizabeth Susan widow Glenelg at present on a visit to Europe 1898 Memorial 99/436

RISCHBIETH, Karl Charles sharebroker Adelaide (Ware Chambers, King William St) 1899 Memorial 168/437

RISCHBIETH, Harold Esquire formerly of Kolendo Glenelg but now of 10 Chepstowe Villas, Bayswater, Middlesex, England brother to Charles Frederick Rischbieth a member of the firm of George WILLS & Co merchants Adelaide 1901 Memorial 120/443

No 1 - likely to be the same person

RISCHBIETH, Heinrich storekeeper Mt Gambier 1870 Memorial 127/245

RISCHBIETH, Heinrich Carl gentleman Mt Gambier 1887[-1897] Memorial 217/388

RISDON, Francis dairyman Richmond 1869[-1879] Memorial 198/239

RISDON, William farmer Twickenham 1901 Memorial 152/445

No 1

RISEBOROUGH, William farmer Peachey Belt 1859 Memorial 48/159

RISEBOROUGH, William the Elder, the Younger and Henry farmers Peachey Belt 1863[-1866] Memorial 24/190

No 1
RISELY, Eli formerly baker Alberton but now farmer near Harrogate on the Bremer 1858 Memorial 310/146

RISELY, Eli farmer Bremer District of Nairne 1859 Memorial 300/161

RISELY, Eli farmer Bremer River near Harrogate 1859 Memorial 117/182

No 1

RISELY, George labourer Alberton 1855[-1857] Memorial 192/94

RISELY, George carter Alberton 1865 Application 5957

RISELY, George formerly labourer but now carrier Alberton 1895 Application 22854

RISELY, John baker Woodville 1859 Application 443

No 1
RISELY, John Henry schoolmaster Findon 1870 Memorial 65/249

RISELY, John Henry schoolmaster Millbrook 1880 Application 18063

No 1
RISELY, Joseph clerk Alberton and Jane Risely his wife 1895 Application 22854

RISELY, Joseph clerk Alberton 1905 Application 24933

No 1
RISELY, Stocker licensed victualler Port Road 1849 Memorial 324/69

RISELY, Stocker publican Old Half Way House between Adelaide and Pt Adelaide 1850 Memorial 130/24 Gentleman Woodville 1851 Memorial 284/29 Farmer Belvidere Farm Port Road 1851 Memorial 345/30

RISELY, Stocker farmer formerly of the Port Road but now on a trip to England 1851 Memorial 20/36

RISELY, Stocker gentleman Pt Adelaide 1853 Memorial 357/59

RISELY, Stocker publican Port Road 1849. His widow, Margaret Ann Risely, of Findon, died 26/12/1873, supposed to be disease of the heart aged 74 Application 17366

No 1

RISELY, William coach builder Findon 1870 Memorial 65/249

RISELY, William coach builder Unley 1880 Application 18063

No 1

RISELY, William John Allan carter Alberton 1885 Application 20556

RISELY, WJA clerk Alberton 1894 Application 22703

RISELY, William John Allan clerk Alberton 1895 Application 22898

No 1

RISELY, William Stocker farmer Port Road. Hundred of Yatala land grant 1853 Grant Book 1 Page 67 County Adelaide

RISELY, William Stocker gentleman formerly of Findon but now of Queenstown 1883 Application 19655

RISELY, William Stocker gentleman Queenstown 1886[-1890] Memorial 77/378

No 1

RISTEDT, Philip labourer Third Creek 1850 Memorial 351/23

RISTEDT, Philip [formerly labourer Third Creek but now] farmer Currency Creek 1867[-1879] Memorial 88/225

RISTEDT, Philip farmer Currency Creek 1880 Application 18126

RITCHIE, Albert farmer Lower Light 1902 Memorial 100/446

RITCHIE, Christina spinster Adelaide 1853 Memorial 424/54

RITCHIE, David Johnston harbour master Goolwa 1943, declared that he had lived in the town for 30 years Application 28355

No 1

RITCHIE, David Johnston harbour master Goolwa, aged 70 in 1945, declared that he had lived in Goolwa for between 40-50 years Application 28435

RITCHIE, David Johnston harbour master Goolwa, aged 70 in 1947, declared that he had lived in Goolwa between 40-50 years Application 28617

RITCHIE, David Johnston retired master mariner Goolwa, aged 80 in 1956, declared that he had lived in Goolwa for some 42 years. He had been a member of the Goolwa Council and was a JP Application 29156

RITCHIE, David Johnston retired master mariner Goolwa, aged 80 years in 1955, declared that he had lived in Goolwa for 60 years Application 29117

RITCHIE, Frances widow North Adelaide. Aunt to Jane PAGE no description 1855 Memorial 122/288

No 1

RITCHIE, George mariner Goolwa 1891 Memorial 7/409

RITCHIE, George of Goolwa 1898 Memorial 40/435

RITCHIE, George steamboat proprietor Goolwa 1911[-1915] Memorial 166/464

No 2

RITCHIE, George gentleman Adelaide 1900 Application 24053

No 1

RITCHIE, James farmer Para Plains 1853 Memorial 345/49

No 2

RITCHIE, James farmer York township [probably Port Road] 1857 Memorial 70/118

RITCHIE, James farmer Lower Light 1865 Memorial 64/207

No 3

RITCHIE, James seaman Goolwa 1858 Memorial 343/135

RITCHIE, James formerly seaman Goolwa 1858 but now mariner Echuca Vic 1877 Application 15846

No 4

RITCHIE, James of Pt Wakefield 1890 Memorial 236/401

No 1

RITCHIE, James Hutchison 33 railway porter Narracoorte (Father: Peter RICHIE) married Mary MARTIN 32 widow Narracoorte (Father: George HUNT) on 20/3/1879 Mary Martin home Narracoorte Minister: John WILLS. Witnesses: James MCTAVISH farmer and Sarah MCTAVISH Narracoorte Application 17592

RITCHIE, James Hutchison baker Kingston S-E 1885 Memorial 124/371

RITCHIE, Jane spinster Adelaide 1885 Memorial 158/369

No 1

RITCHIE, John labourer Norwood 1852[-1854] Memorial 336/39

No 2

RITCHIE, John seaman Goolwa 1857 Memorial 183/131

RITCHIE, John shipmaster Goolwa. Goolwa Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee 1868 Memorial 195/234

No 3

RITCHIE, John farmer Millbrook Hundred of Redhill land grant 1876 Grant Book 14 Page 361 County Daly

RITCHIE, John farmer Broughton trustee Wesleyan Methodist Church Broughton 1874 Grant Book 14 Page 495 County Daly

RITCHIE, John farmer Broughton trustee Wesleyan Methodist Church Keilli 1876 Grant Book 14 Page 487 County Daly

No 4

RITCHIE, John farmer Lower Light Hundred of Dublin land grant 1882 Grant Book 26 Page 349 County Gawler

No 5

RITCHIE, John farmer Wilkawatt trustee Presbyterian Church Dingo Bore 1911 Grant Book 12 Page 126 County Chandos

No 1

RITCHIE, John D Town Clerk Goolwa 1901 Application 24288

RITCHIE, John David grazier Goolwa 1927 Application 27599

RITCHIE, Percival of Lucindale 1883 Memorial 105/353

No 1

RITCHIE, William farmer Boolcunda Hundred of Boolcunda land grant 1882 Grant Book 49 Page 44 County Newcastle

No 2

RITCHIE, William gardener Newton 1883 Memorial 127/347

RITCHIE, William gardener Hope Valley 1885 Application 20575

No 3

RITCHIE, William of Broken Hill NSW 1893 Application 22437

RITSON, John carpenter Finniss Vale 1856 Memorial 73/113

RITTBERGER, Frederick linked with Section 60 Hundred of Wonna Co Kimberley 1884 Memorial 119/363

RITTBERGER, Jean Frederick blacksmith Hallett Co Burra. Cockburn (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1886 Grant Book 65 Page 167 County Not named

RITTER, Friedrich farmer Robe 1886 Memorial 20/381

No 1

RITTER, Fritz mason West Milang 1858 Memorial 30/136

RITTER, Fritz mason Milang 1859 Memorial 7/159

RITTER, Fritz labourer Milang 1865 Memorial 250/208

RITTER, Fritz formerly labourer 1865 but now mason Milang 1871 Application 11179

No 1

RITTER, Heinrich August Wilhelm the Elder mason Hahndorf 1857 Memorial 74/60

RITTER, Heinrich August Wilhelm mason Callington. Member of the Nairne, Kanmantoo & Callington Permanent Land Building and Investment Society 1867 Memorial 237/218

RITTER, Heinrich the Elder mason formerly of Hahndorf but then of Callington, died 8/6/1879 Callington intestate. Executor – Johann Heinrich Christian Friedrich Ritter the Younger, eldest son of the deceased Application 19124

RITTER, Heinrich August Wilhelm mason and a widower Callington, died intestate. Letters of administration to his eldest son and heir at law, Johann Heinrich Christian Friedrich Ritter farmer Callington, to settle his estate 1882 Memorial 181/339

RITTERSON, William farmer near Smithfield 1877 Memorial 82/301

No 1

RIVETT, George farmer Hundred of Pirie. Trustee Wesleyan Methodist Church Hundred of Pt Pirie Hundred of Pirie land grant 1881 Grant Book 60 Page 296 County Victoria

RIVETT, George farmer Hundred of Pirie. Hundred of Pirie land grant 1882 Grant Book 60 Page 297 County Victoria

No 2

RIVETT, George labourer Pt Lincoln 1913 Application 26172

RIVETT, John labourer Mintaro 1865[-1879] Memorial 59/203

RIVETT, Mary Ann married woman Kapunda 1910 Memorial 234/462

No 1

RIVETT, Thomas Brutnell labourer Beverley on the Port Road 1850[-1855] Memorial 439/20

RIVETT, Thomas Brutnell farmer Beverley on the Port Road 1873 Memorial 75/267

No 1 - perhaps the same person

RIVETT, William farmer Mintaro 1860[-1879] Memorial 31/168

RIVETT, William farmer Hundred of Pirie 1885 Memorial 61/370

No 1

RIVETT, Zephania retired grazier Kingston S-E 1918 Memorial 10/477

RIVETT, Zephaniah retired grazier formerly Hundred of Townsend but then Kingston S-E, died 29/9/1925 Narracoorte. Husband of Mary Ann Rivett Memorial 66/494

RIVETT, Zephaniah formerly grazier Hundred of Townsend late out of business Kingston S-E, died 29/9/1925 Narracoorte. His estate worth £4,700. He left his whole estate to his wife, Mary Ann Rivett Application 28151

No 1

RIX, Edward Cecil chemist Thebarton linked with Frederick Henry Rix agent Le Fevre Peninsula 1871 Memorial 215/254

RIX, Edward Cecil chemist Thebarton 1873 Memorial 124/267

RIX, Edward Cecil chemist Adelaide 1874 Memorial 19/273

RIX, Edward Cecil chemist and druggist Clare 1875 Memorial 218/287

RIX, Edward Cecil chemist and druggist Laura 1882 Memorial 142/342

No 1

RIX, Frederick Henry newspaper reporter Pt Adelaide 1864[-1869] Memorial 284/197

RIX, Frederick Henry agent Le Fevre Peninsula 1879 Memorial 155/314

RIX, Frederick Henry wheat agent Hammond 1883 Memorial103/347

RIX, Frederick Henry wheat agent Hammond and Harriet Alice Rix his wife 1886 Memorial 169/426

No 1 – Henry Norris Rix

RIX, Henry wood merchant Alberton 1880 Application 18005

RIX, Henry Norris storekeeper near Pt Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of Clinton land grant 1876 Grant Book 14 Page 156 County Daly

RIX, John and Henry Norris Rix wood and chaff merchants Pt Adelaide linked with William Rix no description 1882 Memorial 189/347

No 1

RIX, Penton baker Gawler and Ida Cutler Rix his wife 1925 Memorial 163/492

RIX, Penton baker Gawler and Ida Cutler Rix his wife 1931 Application 27840

No 1

RIX, William storeman Alberton 1876 Memorial 141/293

RIX, William wood merchant Portbridge 1878 Memorial 25/305

No 1

RIXSEN, James gentleman Salisbury 1857[-1867] Memorial 80/117

RIXSEN, James teacher Echunga 1879 Memorial 66/314

RIXSEN, James schoolmaster Echunga Cowell (Hundred of Playford) township allotment land grant 1882 Grant Book 39 Page 81 County Jervois

RIXSEN, James teacher formerly of Echunga but now of Pt Augusta 1885 Memorial 6/371

RIXSEN, James formerly of Echunga but now stationer Pt Augusta 1886 Memorial 213/378

ROACH, Adolphus George mason Queenstown 1880 Application 18277

ROACH, Cornelius shoemaker Adelaide 1850 Memorial 15/20

No 1

ROACH, Henry agent Burra Burra Mines 1854 Memorial 81/76

ROACH, Henry mine agent Burra Burra Mine 1857[-1860] Memorial 310/130

ROACH, Henry Chief Captain Burra Burra Mine 1860 Memorial 124/169

ROACH, Henry mine agent formerly of the Burra Burra Mine but now of North Adelaide 1871 Memorial 37/256

ROACH, Henry formerly mine agent Burra Burra 1859 but now gentleman North Adelaide 1878 Redruth and Burra Permanent Building Society Trustee Application 16598

ROACH, Henry Esquire superintendent of the Burra Mines 1880 Memorial 226/321

No 2

ROACH, Henry miller Aberdeen 1897[-1903] Memorial 1/431

ROACH, Henry miller Aberdeen 1898 Application 23676

ROACH, Henry miller Aberdeen near Kooringa. PA Roach mentioned but not described 1919 Memorial 99/478

ROACH, Henry Stuckey linked with Section 29, 56 Hundred of Ninnes Co Daly 1884[-1891] Memorial 247/362

No 1

ROACH, Isaac storekeeper Donnybrook 1857[-1859] Memorial 134/125

ROACH, Isaac storekeeper Hundred of Clare 1860 Memorial 208/170

ROACH, Isaac storekeeper Clare 1868[-1891] Memorial 189/232

ROACH, Isaac storekeeper formerly of Donnybrook but now of Clare South 1869 Memorial 180/238

ROACH, J sharebroker Glenelg 1891 Memorial 246/410

No 1

ROACH, Jacob and Matthew farmers Clare 1856 Memorial 134/161

ROACH, Jacob formerly farmer Clare 1856 but now butcher Moonta Mines 1865 linked with Matthew Roach of near Penwortham Application 6133

ROACH, Jacob and Peter butchers Moonta. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1869 Grant Book 14 Page 56 County Daly

ROACH, Jacob and Peter butchers Moonta. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1869[-1877] Grant Book 14 Page 231 County Daly

ROACH, Jacob and Peter butchers Moonta Co Daly. Pt Pirie (Hundred of Pirie) township allotment land grant 1873 Grant Book 60 Page 480 County Victoria

ROACH, Jacob butcher Moonta 1887 Memorial 14/385

ROACH, Jacob butcher, sheep and agricultural farmer and grazier Moonta, died 27/4/1894. Husband of Mary Pearce Roach. He had been in business partnership with Thomas Ninnes Roach butcher Moonta, trading under the style or firm of J & T Roach Memorial 46/432

No 1

ROACH, James of near Kapunda 1865 Memorial 50/204

No 2 - the Elder

ROACH, James farmer Terowie trustee School Hundred of Terowie Hundred of Terowie land grant 1875 Grant Book 40 Page 3 County Jervois

ROACH, James the Elder farmer Terowie trustee unnamed Cemetery Hundred of Terowie Hundred of Terowie land grant 1878 Grant Book 40 Page 6 County Kimberley

ROACH, James the Elder farmer Terowie, had died by 1904. Executors – Henry and William Dunstan Roach farmers Terowie Hundred of Terowie land grant 1902 Grant Book 40 Page 20 County Kimberley

No 3 – the Younger

ROACH, James the Younger farmer Clare Hundred of Terowie land grant 1883 Grant Book 40 Page 18 County Kimberley

No 4

ROACH, James farmer White Hut 1918 Application 26669

No 1

ROACH, John miner Kooringa 1848[-1854]. Wesleyan Methodist trustee. Memorial 151/13

No 2

ROACH, John of Kapunda 1856[-1873] Memorial 324/99

No 3 - perhaps the same person

ROACH, John farmer Penwortham 1857 Memorial 57/129

ROACH, John of Penwortham bought an interest in the Penwortham Steam Mill 1857 Memorial 177/154

ROACH, John miller Graham township near Kooringa 1875 Memorial 45/282

No 4

ROACH, John labourer Glenelg 1864 Memorial 20/193

No 5

ROACH, John of Spring St, Queenstown 1876 Application 15518

No 6

ROACH, John cab proprietor Adelaide (Maud St) 1890 Memorial 227/403

No 7

ROACH, John farmer White Hut near Clare 1919 Memorial 10/479

ROACH, John farmer White Hut 1919 White Hut Methodist Church trustee Application 26817

ROACH, Joseph farmer, Henry Roach, Matthew Roach and Peter Roach minors all of Penwortham 1859 Application 1053

No 1

ROACH, Leonard storekeeper Adelaide 1853 Memorial 388/48

ROACH, Leonard draper Adelaide 1853 Memorial 85/52 Wesleyan Methodist 1854 Memorial 436/77

No 1

ROACH, Patrick labourer Redruth near Kooringa 1914 Memorial 5/471

ROACH, Patrick out of work New Aberdeen, died 20/12/1912 Morgan. His £200 estate to his son, Michael Roach railway ganger Manoora, provided he looked after his daughter (Michael Roach's sister) Ellen Roach, to the best of his ability. Patrick Roach's wife, Bridget Roach, had died 22/6/1912 at Aberdeen near Burra, of morbus cordis, aged 80. Born in Co Clare, Ireland, she had emigrated to SA 59 years previously. Married aged 19. 2 sons and 2 daughters living; 1 daughter deceased. By 1939, Michael Roach was out of business at Aberdeen Application 28211

No 1

ROACH, Paul farmer Penwortham 1856[-1860] Memorial 355/97

ROACH, Paul of Penwortham, died c1865. He left his entire estate in trust to his wife during her widowhood for life, then to his sons and daughters in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant, except for his eldest son, Thomas Roach, 'who if he be a dutiful child shall … receive £100 over and above either of his brothers or sisters'. Executors; John Roach miller Penwortham and Thomas NINNES farmer Meadows Farm near Clare Memorial 179/204

ROACH, Paul farmer Penwortham died c1865. All his real and personal estate in trust to his wife for life or remarriage (wife not named), then the estate to be divided equally absolutely in remainder expectant amongst the children, with the exception of Thomas the eldest son, who was to get £100 more than any of his brothers or sisters ‘if he be dutiful’. Executors: John ROACH miller Penwortham, Thomas NINNES farmer Meadow Farm near Clare Application 9437

ROACH, Paul the Elder farmer Penwortham married Susan Moon TRENOUTH on 25/10/1853, St John’s Halifax St, Adelaide. Paul Roach the Elder died 24/1/1865, leaving his widow and children surviving him. Mrs Roach had a life interest in trust in the real estate, or until she remarried. Paul Roach the Younger and his sister, Frances Helena Roach, died. FH Roach died 26/6/1884 Penwortham, of suppressed menstruation and maringeal apoplexy, aged 29. Other children surviving included - Thomas George Roach (wheelwright Penwortham), Catherine Roach, Susan Roach, Sarah Jane SMITH nee Roach wife of James Stuart Smith of Mintaro, and Mary Anne Roach Application 20327

No 2

ROACH, Paul farmer Kadina 1891 Memorial 27/409

ROACH, Paul farmer Kadina. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1895[-1913] Grant Book 14 Page 248 County Daly

ROACH, Paul Chairman Kadina District Council 1905 Memorial 135/455

No 1

ROACH, Peter butcher Moonta Mines 1865 Application 6134

ROACH, Peter butcher Moonta 1889 Memorial 123/396

ROACH, Peter formerly butcher but now grazier Wallaroo 1900 Memorial 192/440

ROACH, Peter grazier Roachfields near Wallaroo father of Alice Maud Roach spinster Roachfields 1901 Memorial 237/443

No 1 - likely to be the same person

ROACH, Robert of Kooringa 1858 Memorial 32/140

ROACH, Robert baker Kooringa 1859 Memorial 328/151

No 1 - perhaps the same person

ROACH, Thomas miner Kooringa 1849 Memorial 271/39

ROACH, Thomas the Elder yeoman Penwortham 1852. Husband of Mary Roach. Father of Paul, Thomas the Younger, James, William, Isaac, Jacob, Henry, Matthew, Peter, Mary, Jane, Sarah and Fanny Roach Memorial 420/67

ROACH, Thomas yeoman Penwortham died c1854. He left his wife, Mary Roach, a life interest in trust until her death or remarriage, in Section 2 Hundred of Clare, adjacent to Penwortham, then equally absolutely in remainder expectant to his four youngest sons, Jacob, Henry, Matthew and Peter Roach, to use the property as they might determine amongst themselves. Son Paul Roach to get Section 398, together with a dray and team of 6 bullocks absolutely. Sons Thomas and James Roach to get £20 each absolutely. Sons William and Isaac to get £10 each absolutely. His four daughters - Mary, Jane, Sarah and Fanny Roach - to get £5 each absolutely. The rest of the real estate, cattle, farming instruments and money to go to his wife Mary in trust for life, then to be sold, and his four youngest sons to share the proceeds equally absolutely in remainder expectant. James and Thomas Roach to be the executors. Application 6134

ROACH, Mary widow Upper Skillogolee Creek linked with Henry and Peter Roach farmers Upper Skillogolee Creek 1855 Memorial 202/170

No 2

ROACH, Thomas sawyer Kapunda 1857[-1859] Memorial 254/129

No 3

ROACH, Thomas labourer Marion 1860 Application 1233

ROACH, Thomas labourer Marion 1869 Application 10335

ROACH, Thomas labourer Marion 1878 Application 16884

No 4

ROACH, Thomas carpenter Adelaide 1863[-1882] Memorial 206/211

ROACH, Thomas Ninnes butcher Moonta linked with Mary Pearce Roach widow Moonta 1901 Memorial 204/444

No 1

ROACH, William miner Penwortham 1853 Memorial 212/106

ROACH, William farmer Penwortham 1857 Memorial 13/110

ROACH, William farmer formerly of Penwortham but now residing out of the province 1857 Memorial 230/119

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

ROACH, William gentleman Adelaide 1857[-1859] Memorial 277/145

ROACH, William miner Adelaide and Mary Roach his wife 1858 Memorial 179/251

ROACH, William miner Adelaide, died c1858. He left his estate to his wife , Mary Roach, in trust for life or her remarriage; then in trust to his executors, John Jewell HALL painter Adelaide and Malachi DEEBLE farmer Skillogolee Creek, to administer until all William Roach’s children reach the age of 21 or the girls marry. All the children to receive an equal share of the estate absolutely in remainder expectant. If no children survive to inherit, the estate to go to William Roach’s living brothers and sisters in equal shares Application 7214

ROACH, William Dunstan farmer Terowie 1915 Memorial 99/472

ROACH, William Henry 27 gentleman Riverton (Father: Isaac Roach) married Emma PRICE 26 spinster Hindmarsh (Father: John Price) on 21/11/1882, Mr ASHTON residence, Hindmarsh. Minister: James ALLEN. Witnesses: Jos Ashton solicitor Hindmarsh, Addie KEEN of Brompton; Julia RINNES of Bowden; FL ROACH of Norwood Application 23897

ROACHOCK, John farmer Parilla. Hundred of Parilla land grant 1912 Grant Book 12 Page 98 County Chandos

ROADS, Arthur farmer Arthurton. Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1911 Grant Book 14 Page 283 County Daly

ROADS, Charles carpenter Yankalilla 1916[-1954] Memorial 115/474

No 1 - likely to be the same person

ROADS, G undertaker Yankalilla 1898 Application 23547

ROADS, George carpenter linked with ROADS, Richard driver both of Yankalilla 1860 Applications 1721 & 1722

No 1

ROADS, Richard labourer Yankalilla 1862 Memorial 341/186 Loyal Yankalilla Oddfellow Lodge trustee 1862 Memorial 341/186

ROADS, Richard and Thomas farmers Yankalilla 1883[-1884] Memorial 42/355

ROADS, Richard farmer Yankalilla 1910 Application 25764

ROADS, Richard farmer Yankalilla, died 25/7/1913. His estate worth £4,100 to go into trust. He left his wife, Jane Roads, £1/10/- a week for life so long as she remained a widow. She also received all his personal estate absolutely, except for a cedar bookcase which was to go to their daughter Fanny MEDCALF (0r her eldest daughter if she was already dead). After the wife died, the executors to sell the real estate and combine the proceeds with the money which had accumulated in the bank. All the children to get an equal share of the estate absolutely in remainder expectant, except for son William Roads, who was to receive £100 less. That £100 to be invested in trust and the money kept for all the testator's grandchildren to inherit absolutely in remainder expectant once the youngest child reached 21 - Christopher METCALF, William Poynter, Redvers Roads, Richard POYNTER Application 26295

No 1

ROADS, Thomas carpenter Adelaide 1852 Hundred of Yankalilla land grant Memorial 200/46 Farmer Yankalilla 1854 Memorial 477/69

ROADS, Thomas carpenter formerly of Adelaide but now of Yankalilla 1881 Memorial 121/331

No 1

ROADS, Thomas carpenter Adelaide 1910 Application 25764

ROADS, William carpenter Normanville 1928 Memorial 132/500