Extracts from SA General Registry Office (GRO) Information

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

 

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

 

The following information was extracted basically 'as is' from Reg's unpublished computer working files as at c2014.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

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

Names Beginning 'Rob*' to 'Rz*'

ROBB, Alexander William labourer Birkenhead and Emma Matilda Robb his wife 1942 Application 28315

No 1

ROBB, Andrew blacksmith Cheltenham near Tam O'Shanter Belt 1853[-1856] Memorial 222/56

ROBB, Andrew blacksmith formerly of Cheltenham but now of Castlemaine Vic 1857 Memorial 80/118

ROBBIE, James farmer Hundred of Jessie Hundred of Jessie land grant 1883 Grant Book 50 Page 259 County Robe

No 1

ROBBIE, William painter Penola 1873 Memorial 85/270

ROBBIE, William painter and glazier formerly of Penola but now of Mt Gambier 1880 Memorial 175/324

ROBBINS, AA of Stockport and John Robbins farmer Stockport on the Gilbert 1885 Memorial 33/372

ROBBINS, Elisha teamster Auburn 1853[-1854] Memorial 224/62

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

ROBBINS, George labourer Findon 1852[-1855] Memorial 439/41

ROBBINS, George farmer formerly of Findon 1853 but now of Peachey Belt 1868 Application 9069

ROBBINS, George farmer Peachey Belt 1875, eldest son and heir at law of the late George Robins formerly labourer Findon Application 14491

No 2

ROBBINS, George carpenter Pt Augusta 1877 Application 15747

No 1

ROBBINS, John farmer Stockport 1865 Application 5904

ROBBINS, John of Stockport 1869 Memorial 149/241

ROBBINS, William labourer Lameroo. Hundred of Bews land grant 1910 Grant Book 12 Page 6 County Chandos

ROBBITS, James Bible Christian minister of the Gospel Kapunda 1860 Enrolment 33/42

ROBERT, Alexander Robert decorator Parkside 1914 Memorial 110/471

ROBERT, CS JP storekeeper Edithburgh 1906 Memorial 51/456

ROBERT, John yeoman Section 2875 Hundred of Strathalbyn 1854 Memorial 338/69

ROBERT, William miner Mattawarrangala 1868 Memorial 144/235

ROBERTS, AJ Royal Exchange Adelaide 1892 Application 22196

No 1

ROBERTS, Albert 55 widower lime merchant Prospect (Father: John Roberts) married Margaret HARVEY 60 widow (of James Harvey lime burner Nailsworth) Prospect (Father: Owen O'CALLAGHAN) on 30/7/1898 St Laurence's North Adelaide. Minister: Patrick HURLEY. Witnesses: John Roberts lime merchant Prospect and Edith Roberts of Prospect. By 1910, Albert Roberts had died. His widow, Margaret Roberts, was living at Semaphore Application 25787

ROBERTS, Albert limeburner Nailsworth and Margaret Roberts his wife 1899 Memorial 140/438

ROBERTS, Albert lime burner Harvey St, Prospect and Margaret Roberts his wife 1899 [Was Harvey St named after Margaret Roberts' former husband James Harvey?] Application 23788

ROBERTS, Albert James and Wilfred Pederick Roberts farmers Angle Vale 1920. Gawler River Methodist Church trustee Memorial 93/515

ROBERTS, Albert James Alvonza storekeeper Quorn 1932 Memorial 155/505

ROBERTS, Alfred gardener Athestone and Caroline Roberts his wife nee Caroline mARKWICK1905 Application 25015

ROBERTS, Alfred Charles agent Exeter 1897 Memorial 147/432

No 1

ROBERTS, Alfred Jabez accountant Adelaide 1887 Memorial 174/386

ROBERTS, Alfred Jabez secretary to the Green and Gold Copper Mining Company of Exchange Offices, Pirie St, Adelaide 1888 Memorial 51/391

ROBERTS, Alfred Jabez sharebroker Adelaide (Royal Exchange) 1893 Memorial 156/416

ROBERTS, Alfred Jabez sharebroker Adelaide 1894[-1910] Memorial 233/420

ROBERTS, Alfred Jabez sharebroker Glenelg 1900[-1902] Memorial 142/440 

ROBERTS, Alfred John contractor Arthurton. Arthurton (Hundred of Tickera) township allotment land grant 1914 Grant Book 14 Page 260 County Daly

ROBERTS, Alfred Tilley butcher Glenelg probably relative of Josiah Willshere Roberts butcher Kensington a bankrupt 1889 Memorial 151/400

ROBERTS, Arthur linked with Richard Frederick Roberts both of Outnina 1884 Memorials 19 & 20/361

ROBERTS, Bruce solicitor Adelaide 1924 Memorial 169/489

No 1

ROBERTS, Charles Esquire formerly of 6 Portland Place, Middlesex, England but now of 3 Grove Hill, Camberwell, Surrey, England, purchased sections in the River Murray Special Survey, and the Currency Creek Special Survey etc, often with his brothers Frederick and Henry Roberts Esquires of Camberwell, Surrey 1843 Memorial 219/4

ROBERTS, Charles Esquire Wood Park, St Johns Wood, Middlesex, England, died 26/2/1874. Estate worth £20,000. Bequests to the British & Foreign Bible Society the London Missionary Society and the Colonial Missionary Society and the Congregational School at Lewisham, Kent. Some personal estate to his wife. The rest of the estate to be sold, and the proceeds invested to provide the widow with an income of £400 a year for life, free from the control of any future husband. Upon her death, the principle to be divided up in a complicated fashion amongst the sons annd daughters. Trustees, his brother, Frederick Albert Roberts Esquire The Woodlands, Stroud, Glos, England, and the testator's son, Charles Gay Roberts Esquire West End Farm, Chiddingfold, Surrey, England. Charles Roberts the Elder had bought considerable land in the Currency Creek Special Survey, Goolwa and Pt Adelaide. The executors gave power of attorney to John Warren BAKEWELL solicitor formerly of 25 Bernard St, Middlesex, but now of Eagle Chambers, Adelaide, to sell Charles Roberts’s SA estate 3/6/1875 Deposit 214/1875

No 2

ROBERTS, Charles farmer Strathalbyn 1872 Memorial 130/266

No 3

ROBERTS, Charles farmer Golden Grove, died 28/4/1881 intestate. Letters of Administration to William Roberts farmer Wandearah to settle his estate Memorial 93/407

ROBERTS, Charles Edward teamster Blinman. Hundred of Carr land grant 1912 Grant Book 59 Page 4 County Taunton

No 1 - perhaps the same person

ROBERTS, Charles Willshere draper Adelaide 1850 Memorial 199/20

ROBERTS, CW auctioneer Burra Burra 1850 Memorial 163/60

No 1

ROBERTS, Daniel and Frank Wellesley Roberts farmers Willaston 1859 Memorial 263/150

ROBERTS, Daniel and Frank Wellesley Roberts farmers Gawler South 1867 Memorial 184/219

ROBERTS, Daniel and Frank Wellesley Roberts farmers Willaston 1859 Application 552

ROBERTS, Daniel and Frank Wellesley farmers formerly of Gawler South 1867 now of the Gawler Hills 1877 Application 15748

No 1

ROBERTS, Daniel farmer Modbury 1876 Memorial 96/288

ROBERTS, Daniel Henry hair dresser Adelaide 1845[-1849] Memorial 104/5

No 1

ROBERTS, Ebenezer Samuel (son of the late John Roberts of Kensington) had died by 1885. His widow, Amelia Roberts, lived in Ravenswood Qld Memorial 47/364

ROBERTS, Amelia widow Ravenswood Qld 1901, relict of Ebenezer Samuel Roberts, son of John Roberts gentleman Kensington. Her brother-in-law, John Frith Roberts formerly of the Hundred of Myponga, was an ironmonger in Christchurch New Zealand by 1885 Application 24156

No 1

ROBERTS, Edward sheep farmer Walton on Greenock Creek 1846 Memorial 361/6

ROBERTS, Edward farmer Walton near Gawler 1854 Memorial 111/80

ROBERTS, Edward farmer Walton near Greenock 1881 Memorial 236/332

ROBERTS, Edward Esquire Tanunda 1851 Memorial 298/74 Landholder Walton 1852[-1853] Memorial 299/74

ROBERTS, Edward gentleman Walton Hundred of Nuriootpa 1851[-1855] Memorial 259/82 Esquire Walton near Tanunda 1851[- 1853] Memorial 400/29

ROBERTS, Edward farmer Walton 1862 Application 3421

ROBERTS, Edward Esquire Walton near Greenock 1865 Application 6138

ROBERTS, Edward farmer Walton in the Hundred of Nuriootpa, died 18/6/1882. His executors and trustees appointed in 1866; Joel Roberts agent Adelaide, Royston Roberts farmer near Black Springs and Earnshaw Roberts farmer Walton Memorial 108/342 & RPA Search 436

ROBERTS, Edward farmer Walton, died 18/6/1882. Executors: Joel Roberts agent near Adelaide, Royston Roberts farmer near Black Springs and Earnshaw Roberts farmer Walton Memorial 98/348

No 2

ROBERTS, Edward miner Kooringa 1851 Memorial 479/32

No 3

ROBERTS, Edward yeoman Blinman. Blinman North (Hundred of Carr) township allotment land grant 1868 Grant Book 66 Page 164a County Taunton

No 4

ROBERTS, Edward farmer Hundred of Hardy 1890 Memorial 165/404

No 5

ROBERTS, Edward farm labourer Findon 1892 Memorial 89/415

ROBERTS, Edward William barman Noarlunga 1954 Memorial 58/529

ROBERTS, Edwin Charles Frith motorman and tramway employe St Bernards Road, Hectorville 1945 Memorial 78/519

No 1

ROBERTS, Edwin Willshere clerk Penrice 1855[-1857] Memorial 180/90

ROBERTS, Edwin Willshere miller Penrice 1865 Memorial 143/201

ROBERTS, Edwin Willshere agent Penrice near Angaston 1867[-1868] Memorial 17/225

ROBERTS, Edwin Willshere agent Angaston 1870 Application 11004

ROBERTS, EW agent Angaston 1872[-1881] Memorial 148/259

ROBERTS, Edwin Willshere vigneron Angaston 1883 a son of the late John Roberts of Kensington, who died 9/6/1875, and Leonora Roberts his wife Memorial 152/348

ROBERTS, Edwin Willshere auctioneer Angaston 1884 Memorial 47/362

ROBERTS, Edwin Willshere clerk Angaston, died 3/7/1903 Memorial 22/461

ROBERTS, Edith Harriett spinster 48 Sheffield St, Malvern 1940 and the late Leonora Sarah Roberts (born 2/12/1853-died 26/7/1903) 1940, the two younger daughters of the late Edwin Willshere Roberts of Leigh House, Angaston. Richard Frederick Roberts of Kerrisdale Estate at Strath Creek Vic, who died 1937, was a brother to EW Roberts. RF Roberts's widow, Sara Kathleen de Lacy Roberts and his son, Richard Ian Cudmore Roberts, lived on the Kerrisdale Estate. EW Roberts owned ponies which his youngest son, Harry Roberts, used to ride out to graze on the Roberts Estate on Allotments 17, 18 of Section 346 of the Hundred of Moorooroo along the Moculta Road Application 28271

ROBERTS, Eliza spinster Dunolly Vic, power of attorney to her father, George North Roberts miner Dunolly Vic, to represent her interests in gaining her lawful share to estate from the will of her grandfather, George Roberts hotelkeeper Hindmarsh. Her father had power to sell any land 25/8/1873 Deposit 259/1873

No 1

ROBERTS, Emanuel and Paul farmers Greenwith Farm Golden Grove 1865 Memorial 76/202

ROBERTS, Emanuel farmer Golden Grove Co Adelaide. Hundred of Booyoolie land grant 1878 Grant Book 60 Page 156 County Victoria

ROBERTS, Francis Charles exploring bushman SA 1877 Application 16300

ROBERTS, Frederick Stephen gentleman formerly of Kensington but now of 18 Finch Lane, London EC, Middlesex, England 1891 Memorial 3/411

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

ROBERTS, George sawyer Adelaide 1838. Sawyer Hindmarsh by 1857 Application 23865.

ROBERTS, George the Younger sawyer Adelaide 1838 Bootmaker Hindmarsh 1845 Application 8141

ROBERTS, George the Younger innkeeper Hindmarsh 1844 Application 19662

ROBERTS, George publican Hindmarsh 1848[-1852] Memorial 296/27

ROBERTS, George the Younger shoemaker Hindmarsh 1843 Memorial 280/106

ROBERTS, George formerly yeoman 1840 but now publican Land of Promise Hotel Hindmarsh 1853 Application 2133

ROBERTS, George [possibly the Younger] licensed victualler Land of Promise Port Road, Hindmarsh 1853 Memorial 362/56

ROBERTS, George gentleman Hindmarsh 1854 Memorial 104/74

ROBERTS, George the Younger formerly licensed victualler Hindmarsh but now absent therefrom 1856 George Roberts the Elder gentleman also lived at Hindmarsh Memorial 124/105

ROBERTS, George the Elder licensed victualler Hindmarsh 1856 Memorial 44/110

ROBERTS, George sawyer Hindmarsh 1857 Memorial 318/124

ROBERTS, George the Elder gentleman Hindmarsh married his housekeeper, Catherine Dickson on 4/8/1858 at All Saints Hindmarsh. She had come to be his housekeeper on 1/1/1857. George Roberts died 4/11/1860. He left his personal estate to his wife, Catherine Roberts absolutely, and his real estate to her in trust as well, for her life or until her remarriage. The real estate to go absolutely in remainder expectant to his granddaughter, Eliza Roberts, daughter of his son, George Roberts the Younger and his wife, Ann Roberts. If Eliza Roberts died before reaching the age of 21, the real estate to go equally absolutely in remainder expectant to the surviving children of George Roberts the Younger. Widow Catherine ROBERTS dressmaker Hindmarsh (Father: James DICKSON) married JEFFREY, Edwin shoemaker Hindmarsh (Father: John Jeffrey) on 26/1/1864 Rev'd John GARDNER's residence corner of North and East Tce, Adelaide. Witnesses: Richard S LOVEDAY fellmonger Hindmarsh and Elisabeth LOVEDAY of Hindmarsh. Ann SAMSON widow Bacon St, Hindmarsh, who had lived there since c1850 gave much of the above information Application 23466

ROBERTS, George the Elder gentleman Hindmarsh, died 1860. He left his wife, Catherine Roberts, a life interest in his inn The Land of Promise Hotel, until death or remarriage, then to Eliza Roberts, daughter of his son, George Roberts the Younger, absolutely in remainder expectant. If his granddaughter died before she could inherit the property and did not leave issue, then all the children of George Roberts the Younger would inherit in equal shares absolutely. Catherine Roberts dressmaker Hindmarsh (Father: James DICKSON) remarried to Edwin JEFFREY shoemaker Hindmarsh (Father: John Jeffrey) on 26/1/1864 Rev'd John GARDNER's home corner of North and East Tce, Adelaide. Witnesses: Richard S LOVEDAY fellmonger and Elizabeth Loveday of Hindmarsh. She could not write. Edwin Jeffrey shoemaker Hindmarsh, died 11/5/1899, of malignant stomach growth, aged 61 Application 25451

ROBERTS, George North the Elder publican Land of Promise Hotel Hindmarsh 1841 He had come from Portsea, Hants, England, where he had married Elizabeth ROGERS daughter of William Rogers shipwright Portsea. He died 4/11/1860, after apparently marrying a second time - to Catherine DIXON daughter of James Dixon. He left his second wife a life interest in trust in the hotel, then it came to his granddaughter Eliza ROBERTS absolutely in remainder expectant. The second wife remarried to Edwin JEFFREY shoemaker Hindmarsh (Father John Jeffrey) on 26/1/1864 Rev'd John GARDNER's private residence corner of North and East Tce Adelaide Witnesses: Richard LOVEDAY fellmonger Hindmarsh and Elizabeth Loveday. In 1875, because she had remarried, Mrs Jeffrey had to surrender her life interest in the hotel to Eliza Roberts, her husband's granddaughter, born 14/8/1852, and daughter of George North Roberts formerly the Younger farmer Burnt Creek Vic and his wife Ann Roberts In 1875, she sold the Land of Promise to her father for £100. He sold it in 1876 to the brewers William Henry BEAGLEHOLE, James JOHNSTON, William Johnston, William Love Johnston and James McDonald GASQUOINE of Adelaide, for £1,000. William John FOREMAN was the licensee at the time George North Roberts formerly the Younger formerly of the Land of Promise Hotel Hindmarsh, but now farmer Burnt Creek, Co Gladstone, Vic 1876, had been careful to use his full name on the Dunolly goldfields Vic, early 1850s, as so many letters for George Roberts arrived at the goldfields and went astray. The population of the district at that time was 60,000 people. Application 15292.

ROBERTS, George North farmer Dunolly Vic, owned land in Hindmarsh 1875 Memorial 177/284

ROBERTS, George North miner formerly of Hindmarsh SA, but now of Dunolly Vic, power of attorney to Joel ROBERTS agent Adelaide, to sell the Land of Promise Hotel at Hindmarsh, allotment 15, Hindmarsh 3/7/1875. Were these two men cousins??? Deposit 202/1875

No 2

ROBERTS, George miner Kooringa 1850 Memorial 8/20

ROBERTS, George miner Kooringa Co Burra. Hundred of Munno Para land grant 1850 Grant Book 1 Page 98 County Adelaide

ROBERTS, George [formerly miner Kooringa but now] farmer One Tree Hill in the Sources of the Little Para 1851[-1853] Memorial 410/29

ROBERTS, George farmer One Tree Hill and Mary Roberts his wife 1853 Enrolment 84/21

ROBERTS, George farmer Gawler Plains 1860 Application 1032

ROBERTS, George formerly miner Kooringa 1850 but now farmer Gawler Plains 1862 Application 3664

No 3 - perhaps the same person

ROBERTS, George farmer Angaston 1854 Memorial 37/75

ROBERTS, George farm servant Tarrawatta 1859 Application 472

No 4

ROBERTS, George yeoman Cheltenham, son of John Roberts engineer formerly of Queenstown but now of Pt Adelaide, and Alice Roberts his wife 1854 Memorial 485/69

No 5

ROBERTS, George mason Norwood 1863 Memorial 144/192

ROBERTS, George builder Norwood 1867[-1888] Memorial 166/222

ROBERTS, George mason Beulah Rd, Norwood 1867 Memorial 55/225

ROBERTS, George mason Norwood son of Ann Roberts of Norwood 1878 Memorial 90/317

ROBERTS, George mason Norwood and Martha Roberts his wife 1882 Memorial 142/338

No 6

ROBERTS, George farmer Tottenton Hundred of Hynam land grant 1874 Grant Book 29 Page 163 County MacDonnell

No 7

ROBERTS, George gentleman Sydney NSW temporarily residing in Adelaide 1876 Memorial 181/293

ROBERTS, George gentleman Sydney NSW, but temporarily residing in Adelaide, power of attorney to George Dutton GREEN land agent Adelaide, to buy SA real estate in his name, and continue to manage it, and send G Roberts the proceeds 31/8/1876 Deposit 204/1876

No 8

ROBERTS, George of Bimbowrie 1886 Memorial 177/376

No 9

ROBERTS, George licensed victualler Port Road, near Adelaide 1909 Application 25612

No 1

ROBERTS, George Ralph farmer Gawler Plains 1864. Likely to be the same person as GR Roberts farmer of near Smithfield 1864. Likely to be a relative of George Roberts farmer Gawler Plains [Application 4887] Application 4860

ROBERTS, George Ralph farmer Gawler Plains Co Gawler. Hundred of Blyth land grant 1865 Grant Book 56 Page 366 County Stanley

ROBERTS, GH secretary Globe Timber Mills Ltd of Flinders St, Adelaide 1951 Memorial 17/526

No 1

ROBERTS, Henry Esquire of Suffolk St, Pall Mall, Middlesex, England, entertained business interests in the Hundred of Murray, River Murray Special Survey, the Currency Creek Special Survey, the township of Goolwa, and the North-West Bend Special Survey Memorial 150/4 etc

Roberts, Henry Esquire The Athenaeum Club, Pall Mall, Middlesex, England, died c1876. Brother to Charles Roberts of St Johns Wood, Middlesex, and Frederick Roberts of Camberwell, Surrey. H Roberts' widow, Catherine Roberts of 4 Via Agnolo Poliziano Florence, Italy; and children, Charles Gay Roberts Esquire Collards Haslemere, Surrrey; Frederick Albert Roberts Esquire Shotter Mill Haslemere, Surrey; Francis Stephen CLAYTON gentleman 10 Lancaster Place, The Strand, Middlesex, power of attorney to John Warren BAKEWELL Esquire Eagle Chambers, Adelaide, to sell the SA estate Deposit 95/1881

ROBERTS, Herbert butcher Riverton 1919 Memorial 33/479

ROBERTS, Hurtle Henry farmer Redbanks linked with Edith Roberts widow Torrensville 1922 Application 27051

ROBERTS, J JP of Narridy 1879 Memorial 194/315

No 1

ROBERTS, Jabez Septimus merchant Melbourne Vic 1885 Memorial 195/365

ROBERTS, Jabez Septimus salesman Osborne St, South Yarra Vic, son of John Roberts Esquire of Kensington. JS Roberts died 14/4/1888, leaving his whole estate to his wife, Katherine Roberts. He had inherited Brooklyn House, Chapel St, Kensington, under the terms of his father's will. John Roberts had died 9/6/1875 Application 23687

ROBERTS, Katherine widow South Yarra Vic owned land pt Section 2001 (prob near Callington) in Co Sturt 1893 Memorial 37/419

ROBERTS, Jabez Willshere butcher Elphyn Road, Mitcham, died by 1921. Husband of Louisa Roberts. Perhaps father of Josiah Frederick Roberts civil servant Wudinna, John Soames Roberts coachtrimmer Harris St, Norwood, Alfred Tilley Roberts of 13th Street, Renmark, Leonora Elizabeth REYNOLDS wife of Walter Reynolds keeper of HM Gaol Wallaroo, and Daisy Rhoda HACK wife of Charles Hack of Crambrook WA Memorial 12/486

No 1

ROBERTS, James gentleman of Broadoak Linthwaite, Yorks, England - background information. Descendants emigrated to SA Deposit 98/1864.

4/6/1801 Wakefield Parish Church, James Roberts of Almondbury married Jane EARNSHAW. The couple lived at Broadoak, Linthwaite. James, ‘a person of good position’ in the community, gave the land and other help, for a church to be built at Linthwaite (part of the parish of Almondbury), in 1823. The following family was born:

Anne Roberts - born 7/3/1802 She married her father’s servant, John Sykes of Smith Riding Linthwaite, who came to the Roberts household in 1810 and remained with James Roberts until the latter’s death 18/3/1839, inflammation of the lungs, aged 71. A Richard Roberts, present at the death, was the informant.

George Roberts - born 16/8/1803 became a cloth manufacturer in Huddersfield. He married 13/10/1836 Huddersfield Parish Church, Margaret BERRY. A childless marriage. He died 6/11/1860, whilst aboard a boat crossing from Kingstown in Ireland to Holyhead, in Wales, aged 57. He was buried in the churchyard of Christ Church, Linthwaite, Yorks.

Hugh Royston Roberts - born 4/9/1804, became a woollen manufacturer at Linthwaite. He married 20/10/1836 Almondbury Parish Church, Sarah FARRAND (The Vicar was Richard Earnshaw Roberts, probably the bridegroom’s brother??). They had 3 children - two boys and a girl. The eldest boy, Joseph Henry Roberts, born 8/12/1838, at Linthwaite. HR Roberts died 29/5/1857 at Almondbury, where he was now a joiner and cabinetmaker. He died of phthisis pulmonalis, aged 52.

Jane born 9/3/1806

William Roberts - born 29/6/1808 became a Linthwaite merchant. He married 8/9/1842 Huddersfield Parish Church, Susannah ROPER 31 spinster (Father John Roper brewer). William Roper must have emigrated to SA and then returned to Yorkshire. He died 28/1/1863 New North Road, Huddersfield, of 11 days’ small pox, aged 55. No children of the marriage.

5 other children born to the Roberts family after 1808, but no details given in the declaration.

No 2 - probably the same person

ROBERTS, James clerk to Messrs MANN & GWYNNE solicitors Adelaide 1839 Memorial 95/256

ROBERTS, James land agent Adelaide (King William St) 1840[-1843] Memorial 230/2. Likely to be a relative to William Roberts farmer Walkerville Memorial 169/1

ROBERTS, James land agent Adelaide 1841 Application 19444

ROBERTS, James formerly of Adelaide but now of parts beyond the seas 1854 Memorial 304/76

No 3

ROBERTS, James Bible Christian Minister Willunga 1858[-1859] He served the Currency Creek Bible Christian Chapel Memorial 24/133

ROBERTS, James Bible Christian Minister Kapunda 1860 Memorial 67/173

ROBERTS, James Bible Christian Minister Brompton 1878 Memorial 21/315

No 4

ROBERTS, James of North Kapunda 1858 Memorial 317/135

ROBERTS, James machinist Kapunda 1872 Application 12094

No 5 - son of Thomas Roberts Senr

ROBERTS, James farmer Golden Grove 1862 Memorial 262/183

ROBERTS, James farmer [formerly of Golden Grove but now of] Kapunda 1863 Memorial 320/190

ROBERTS, James farmer Allen Creek near Kapunda 1865[-1867] Memorial 66/208

ROBERTS, James farmer Golden Grove 1883 Memorial 151/346

ROBERTS, James farmer Golden Grove 1883 Application 19876

ROBERTS, James farmer Golden Grove and Agnes Roberts his wife 1892 Memorial 142/413

ROBERTS, Agnes no description [probably wife of James Roberts the Elder farmer Golden Grove]. Mother of Charles Roberts and James Roberts the Younger farmers Golden Grove, John Roberts, Arthur Roberts, Agnes BARTLE wife of William Bartle machinist Adelaide, Ada Roberts, Rosina ROSS wife of Archibald Ross blacksmith Tea Tree Gully and Elizabeth Roberts 1892 Memorial 144/413

No 6

ROBERTS, James carpenter Norwood 1863 Memorial 142/192

ROBERTS, James carpenter Norwood, died 13/5/ 1877. He left his entire estate to his wife, Emma Roberts Memorial 105/318

No 7

ROBERTS, James farmer Mallala Hundred of Dublin land grant 1878 Grant Book 26 Page 342 County Gawler

No 8 – James Roberts and Elizabeth Alvis nee TANSELL

ROBERTS, James agent Pt Augusta trustee Pt Augusta Bible Christian Chapel 1884 Application 20383

ROBERTS, Elizabeth Alvis married woman Pt Augusta West. Pt Augusta West (Hundred of Copley) township allotment land grant 1901 Grant Book 65 Page 229 County Manchester

No 9

ROBERTS, James mounted constable Pt Lincoln 1922 Application 27055

No 1

ROBERTS, James Alfred merchant Melbourne Vic, linked with William Henry Roberts iron merchant formerly of Adelaide but now of Melbourne Vic. Probably related to the late John Roberts formerly gentleman Kensington now deceased 1877 Memorial 192/300

ROBERTS, James Alfred merchant Sydney NSW, power of attorney to Beaumont Arnold MOULDEN and Bayfield Moulden solicitors Adelaide, to manage his SA mortgage properties 24/12/1891 Deposit 3/1892

ROBERTS, James C draper's assistant Kapunda 1861[-1862] Memorial 201/174

No 1

ROBERTS, James Fountain gardener South Yarra Vic, and Mary Ann Roberts his wife (nee Mary Ann TICE) 1871 Memorial 105/319

ROBERTS, James Fountain gardener formerly of South Yarra Vic but now of Kew Vic, and Mary Ann Roberts his wife 1878 Memorial 105/319, Application 28339

No 1

ROBERTS, James Potts merchant’s clerk Prospect, power of attorney to Joel Roberts agent Prospect Village, to manage his SA business affairs 18/3/1869. It appears that this Roberts family had interests in Town Acres 302, 303, in Adelaide Deposit 175/1869

ROBERTS, James P mercantile clerk Adelaide 1872[-1874] Memorial 135/262

ROBERTS, James Potts mercantile clerk Prospect linked with Richard Roberts of Huddersfield, Yorks, England 1874 Memorial 135/274

ROBERTS, James P agent Adelaide 1877 Memorial 210/302

ROBERTS, James Potts land agent Adelaide 1885 Application 20752

ROBERTS, James Potts agent Adelaide (Gilbert Place) 1893 Application 22445

ROBERTS, James Potts agent formerly of Gilbert Place, Adelaide now of Towers Court, Victoria Square, Adelaide 1917, declared that he was a son of Joel Roberts agent Gawler Place, Adelaide, who died 28/4/1888 Application 26563

No 1

ROBERTS, Joel gentleman Adelaide 1843[-1847] Memorial 293/3 Gentleman Thebarton 1847 Memorial 42/9

ROBERTS, Joel agent Hackney 1851 Memorial 268/34

ROBERTS, Joel of Hindmarsh linked with William Roberts gentleman Hackney 1858 Memorial 272/139

ROBERTS, Joel general agent Adelaide, probably linked with Susanna Roberts widow 79 New North Road, Huddersfield, Yorks, England relict of the late William Roberts formerly gentleman of the same address but now deceased, Richard Roberts gentleman Wheat House Birkby Huddersfield brother to the late William Roberts and Joseh Henry Roberts merchant's clerk Trinity St, Huddersfield nephew to the late William Roberts now deceased 1864 Memorial 79/194

ROBERTS, Joel land agent Adelaide 1872 Memorial 113/259

ROBERTS, Joel land agent Adelaide (King William St) 1872 Application 12151

ROBERTS, Joel agent Adelaide Co Adelaide. Crystal Brook (Hundred of Crystal Brook) township allotment land grant 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 438 County Victoria

ROBERTS, Joel agent Adelaide Co Adelaide. Keilli township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 14 Page 488 County Daly

ROBERTS, Joel agent Adelaide 1878 Book 13 Page 255 County Dalhousie

ROBERTS, Joel agent Adelaide 1879 Memorial 57/313

ROBERTS, Joel land agent Adelaide, took over on 28/3/1873, from James WALSH agent Adelaide (who had acted for at least 10 years), as local attorney for Richard CRAWFORD cheesemonger then of 81 Gracechurch St, London, who died 20/6/1883 at his later residence Chaseside, Middlesex. In his will, Crawford left his estate, including land in the Currency Creek Special Survey in SA, to his wife, Jane Crawford. She died 26/10/1883 Avenue House, Southgate, Middlesex, intestate, without parents or children. Her brother, John JULIAN gentleman Sleaford, Lincs, England, inherited her estate as heir at law. His solicitor was Henry SNOW of Sleaford. Richard Crawford had originally bought the Currency Creek land from a Richard LILLWALL Application 20943

No 1

ROBERTS, John Esquire Maesbury House near Adelaide 1845 Memorial 161/5 Gentleman Maesbury House near Kensington 1850 Memorial 13/25

ROBERTS, John gentleman Kensington and Leonora Soames Roberts, his wife 1848 Memorial 28/12

ROBERTS, John Esquire Kensington & Norwood 1855 Clayton Congregational Chapel trustee Memorial 206/91

ROBERTS, John gentleman formerly of Kensington but now of St Kilda near Melbourne Vic 1866 Memorial 245/215

ROBERTS, John Esquire St Kilda Vic owned the Wheal Fortune and Wheal Prospect Mines on Sections 14, 20 & 21 next to Kanmantoo. He leased the land to various local miners 1866 Memorial 93/217

ROBERTS, John gentleman Kensington Kensington Congregational Chapel trustee died 9/6/1875 Application 23727

ROBERTS, John gentleman Kensington, died 9/6/1875. His estate worth £1,000. Father of William Henry Roberts miller Norwood 1927 Application 27551

ROBERTS, John gentleman Kensington died 9/6/1875. His wife, Leonora Soames Roberts, to select a house not leased, from his estate, to live in for the rest of her life, and to have £12 every lunar month (and more if she needs it for a time). She also had to right to choose what she needed from his personal estate to furnish her house. The rest of the personal estate to be sold and the money invested in trust to help provide her income. The rest of the real estate to remain in trust until her death to help provide her income. Then his son, William Henry Roberts to have Havering Park beside the Torrens (Section 509 Hundred of Yatala) and Belle Vue Cottage in Kensington. Edwin Willshire Roberts to have the Wheal Prosper Mine (Section 2001 Co Sturt) and the house in Kensington formerly known as The Bishops now known as Cleveland House. Daughter Eliza Catherine MORRIS of Northcote Vic to get pt Section 2011 near Tavistock in the Mt Barker District and the house known as Ruthin Lodge in Kensington. Son Jabez Septimus Roberts to get the Wheal Fortune Mine (Block 14) at Paringa, and Brooklyn House in Kensington. son John Frith Roberts to get Block 26 pt Section 2001 near Callington and Grove House in Kensington. Son James Alfred Roberts to get The Grange in Kensington. Son Frederick Stephen Roberts to get Lot 49 pt Section 2001 near Callington with Maesbury House in Kensington. Son Josiah Willshere Roberts to get Ivy Cottage in Kensington. £200 to Mary Ann Roberts widow of his son, Charles Roberts, and her daughter unnamed. £200 to share equally between Mrs Dora BALLANTYNE and the testator’s grandchildren Charles DEAKIN and Lissie wife of Mr WYLIE. The trustees to make up with shares any inbalance in the bequests to his children. William Henry Roberts and Jabez Septimus Roberts to be the trustees with BA MOULDEN solicitor Adelaide. Children - probably in birth order - William Henry Roberts, Eliza Catherine Roberts, Jabez Septimus Roberts, John Frith Roberts, James Alfred Roberts, Frederick Stephen Roberts. Leonora Soames Roberts widow of John Roberts gentleman Kensington, died 5/4/1884 Maesbury Place, Kensington, of senile decay, aged 86 Application 20267

ROBERTS, Leonora Soames widow of the late John Roberts gentleman Maesbury Place Kensington, died 5/4/1884, of senile decay, aged 86 Application 22196

No 2

ROBERTS, John of Yatala township [and Alice Roberts his wife] 1850 Memorial 234/20

ROBERTS, John of Pt Adelaide [and Alice Roberts his wife] 1850 Memorial 318/25

ROBERTS, John engineer Queenstown and Alice Roberts his wife 1851[-1852] Memorial 249/35

ROBERTS, John engineer Alberton 1854 Memorial 373/68 Engineer Pt Adelaide 1854 Memorial 420/68

ROBERTS, John engineer formerly of Pt Adelaide but now of Dunolly Vic 1858 linked with George Roberts farmer and stockholder Wild Dog Creek near Dunolly Vic Memorial 267/140

No 3

ROBERTS, John landowner Adelaide (Rundle St) 1854 Hundred of Macclesfield land grant Memorial 360/67

ROBERTS, John [formerly landowner Adelaide but now] yeoman Section 2875 Hundred of Macclesfield 1854 Memorial 338/69

ROBERTS, John farmer Bugle Ranges 1865 Memorial 247/203

ROBERTS, John farmer Wistow 1882 Application 19037

No 4

ROBERTS, John solicitor Hobart Van Diemen's Land 1854 Memorial 465/61

No 5 - probably the same person

ROBERTS, John general dealer Kooringa 1855 Memorial 410/93

ROBERTS, John storekeeper Kooringa 1871 Memorial 129/253

ROBERTS, John storekeeper Kooringa 1873 Application 12759

No 6

ROBERTS, John Congregational Minister Pt Elliot 1855 Memorial 8/89

ROBERTS, John minister of the Gospel Middleton 1856 Memorial 349/105

ROBERTS, John minister of the Gospel formerly of Middleton near Pt Elliot but now of Footscray Vic 1865 Application 26566

ROBERTS, John Congregational Minister formerly of Middleton near Pt Elliot but now of Footscray Vic 1868 Memorial 165/235

ROBERTS, John Minister of the Gospel formerly Middleton but now Adelaide 1883 Application 19939

No 7

ROBERTS, John miner Kapunda 1856 Memorial 121/101

ROBERTS, John miner Kanmantoo 1857[-1869] Memorial 286/130

ROBERTS, John formerly miner Kapunda but now farmer Kanmantoo 1868 Memorial 61/236

ROBERTS, John miner Kanmantoo, died 14/2/1870. He left £10 to his daughter, Mary Ann Roberts, the rest of the estate to be divided equally absolutely amongst his other children. Estate worth £300 Application 24265

ROBERTS, John miner Kanmantoo, died 14/2/1870. He left £10 to his daughter, Mary Ann Roberts, and the rest of his estate to be divided equally absolutely amongst his other children. Executors - John ROGERS miner Callington, Edward SPANGLER miner Kanmantoo, William TONKIN miner Kanmantoo, and William WILLIAMS miner Kanmantoo Application 28656

No 8

ROBERTS, John carpenter Norwood 1858, died c1865. He left his entire estate in trust to his wife, Ann Roberts, for life, then in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant to his sons - John Roberts, Thomas Roberts, James Roberts and George Roberts Memorial 210/205

ROBERTS, John the Elder carpenter The Parade, Norwood, died c1865. Father of Thomas Roberts bootmaker Mt Pleasant (a bankrupt), John Roberts the Younger minister of the gospel Maffra Gippsland Vic, James Roberts carpenter Norwood, and George Roberts mason Norwood 1877 Memorial 240/298

ROBERTS, John the Elder carpenter The Parade, Norwood, died c1865. His widow, Ann Roberts, died c1880. Eldest son and heir at law, John Roberts the Younger formerly of Stratford, Gippsland Vic but now of Adelaide. Other sons in the family without description included: Thomas Roberts, James Roberts and George Roberts Memorial 45/337

ROBERTS, John the Elder carpenter The Parade, Norwood, died c1865. The family as of 1882 included - John Roberts minister of the gospel Stratford Gippsland Vic, Emma Roberts widow [perhaps the relict of one of the sons], George Roberts mason Norwood and Martha Roberts his wife mentioned Memorial 143/338

ROBERTS, Ann widow Norwood, died 20/7/1880 senile decay, aged 73. Mother-in-law of Martha Roberts Application 19101

No 9

ROBERTS, John Esquire Passage West, Co Cork, Ireland. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1859 Grant Book 1 Page 30 County Adelaide

No 10 – son of George Ralph Roberts

ROBERTS, John and Richard Roberts farmer Gawler Plains Co Adelaide. Hundred of Blyth land grant 1865 Grant Book 56 Page 367 County Stanley

ROBERTS, John farmer Smithfield 1883[-1910]. Smithfield Institute trustee 1883 Memorial 118/350

ROBERTS, John farmer Smithfield 1887 Application 21201

ROBERTS, John 53 bachelor farmer Smithfield (Father: George Ralph Roberts) married Ann Jane SMITH 41 spinster Smithfield (Father: John Smith) on 10/3/1887 Mrs John Smith's home Smithfield. Minister: David PATON. Witnesses: M MCCALLUM farmer Sandy Creek and Maggie GRAHAM of North Adelaide Application 26347

ROBERTS, John farmer Gawler Plains near Smithfield 1891 Application 22026

ROBERTS, John farmer Smithfield linked with Richard Roberts farmer Kybunga Blyth Plains 1895 Memorial 123/424

ROBERTS, John farmer near Smithfield 1896. His wife, Anne Jane Roberts, died c1894 Memorial 112/429

No 11

ROBERTS, John labourer Islington 1867 Memorial 218/226

No 12

ROBERTS, John of George St, Moonta 1874 Memorial 27/277

No 13

ROBERTS, John farmer Rocky River 1881 Probably a family connection with James Roberts farmer Golden Grove Application 18835

No 14

ROBERTS, John storekeeper Robertstown 1881 Memorial 176/338

No 15

ROBERTS, John farmer Gladstone. Hundred of Narridy land grant 1881 Grant Book 60 Page 259 County Victoria

ROBERTS, John farmer Narridy. Hundred of Crystal Brook land grant 1896 Grant Book 60 Page 237 County Victoria

No 16

ROBERTS, John farmer near Gawler 1884 Memorial 216/355

ROBERTS, John farmer near Gawler 1885 Application 20632

ROBERTS, John Branham licensed victualler North Adelaide, purchased William HILL's assigned lease for the Castle Inn (Corner Morphett and Hindley Sts pt TA 56) for £700 1851 Memorial 426/28

No 1

ROBERTS, John Frith draper Kensington 1858 Memorial 343/145

ROBERTS, JF formerly of Highbury but now supposedly in New Zealand 1880 Application 18369

ROBERTS, John Frith ironmonger and merchant Canterbury New Zealand owned land in the Hundred of Yatala 1882 Memorial 15/343

ROBERTS, John Frith formerly draper Kensington but now ironmonger Christchurch New Zealand linked with Amelia Roberts widow Ravenswood Qld relict of the late Ebenezer Samuel Roberts now deceased 1885 Memorial 47/364

ROBERTS, John Frith merchant Christchurch New Zealand owned Section 2001 Hundred of Kanmantoo 1886 Memorial 239/376

ROBERTS, John Frith ironmonger Christchurch New Zealand owned land in Kensington 1891 Memorial 195/409

ROBERTS, John LeMaistre Francis hotelkeeper Adelaide (Prince Alfred King William St) 1880 Memorial 57/328

ROBERTS, John Potts agent Adelaide 1888 Memorial 170/394

No 1

ROBERTS, John Rundle master mariner Melbourne Vic 1857 Memorial 288/123

ROBERTS, John Rundle master mariner formerly of Melbourne Vic 1857 but now of Auckland NZ 1873 Application 13192

No 1

ROBERTS, John Soames trimmer Magill probably relative of Josiah Willshere Roberts butcher Kensington 1889 bankrupt Memorial 151/400

ROBERTS, John Soames coachtrimmer Regent St, Kensington, died 12/7/1937 Parkside. Husband of Annie Roberts Memorial 147/511

ROBERTS, John Willshere builder Kensington probably relative of Josiah Willshere Roberts butcher Kensington a bankrupt 1889 Memorial 151/400

No 1

ROBERTS, Jonathan formerly quarry labourer Adelaide 1839 but now farmer Gawler River 1864 Application 5426

ROBERTS, Jonathan farmer North Adelaide 1848 Memorial 454/11

ROBERTS, Jonathan farmer Gawler River 1850[-1863] Memorial 158/25 He donated part of Section 7559 for a Primitive Methodist Chapel and school, and became one of the foundation trustees 1850 Memorial 327/26

ROBERTS, Jonathan farmer Gawler River Hundred of Munno Para 1861 Memorial 102/171

ROBERTS, Jonathan farmer Pt Gawler 1864 Memorial 189/196

ROBERTS, Jonathan farmer formerly of North Adelaide but now of Gawler River 1864 Memorial 321/197

ROBERTS, Jonathan labourer North Adelaide 1839 but now farmer Gawler River by 1864 Application 26055

ROBERTS, Jonathan farmer Gawler River linked with James Roberts farmer Kapunda. Probably sons of Hannah Roberts widow Dry Creek and her husband, Thomas Roberts formerly farmer Dry Creek now deceased 1867 Memorial 117/220

ROBERTS, Jonathan farmer Gawler River 1853 linked with Thomas Roberts farmer Peachey Belt 1871 Application 11817

ROBERTS, Jonathan formerly labourer North Adelaide 1839 but now farmer Gawler River 1876. Possible family link with Thomas Roberts labourer North Adelaide 1839 Application 15276

ROBERTS, Jonathan retired farmer Gawler River 1876 Application 15526

ROBERTS, Jonathan retired farmer Gawler River, died 2/9/1879, accidentally killed from the upsetting of his cart on the Gawler railway crossing, aged 68 Application 19876

ROBERTS, Jonathan farmer Gawler River, died 2/9/1879. Father of Thomas Roberts, Mary Ann ROWLAND wife of John Rowland, Eliza Jane ROW wife of James Row farmer Crystal Brook, William Roberts farmer Angle Vale Gawler River, Emily Roberts spinster, and Jeremiah Roberts farmer near Auburn. Executor John MAGOR retired farmer Payneham, died 13/9/1894 Memorials 45 & 95/421 & RPA Search 1939

No 2

ROBERTS, Jonathan the Younger of Greens Plains. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1882 Grant Book 14 Page 241 County Daly

No 1

ROBERTS, Joseph farmer Brighton 1843 Memorial 48/3

ROBERTS, Joseph [formerly farmer Brighton but now] yeoman Adelaide 1843 Memorial 152/3

ROBERTS, Joseph formerly publican Adelaide but now yeoman Brighton 1845 [As yet no record of where he was publican Adelaide] Memorial 318/5

No 2

ROBERTS, Joseph bricklayer Adelaide 1843[-1854] Memorial 177/3

ROBERTS, Joseph builder Adelaide 1851[-1854] Memorial 58/36 ROBERTS, Joseph builder Adelaide 1855[-1856] Memorial 32/93

ROBERTS, Joseph builder Adelaide (Grote St) 1864 Memorial 167/199

ROBERTS, Joseph builder Adelaide 1864 Application 5254

No 3 - perhaps the same person

ROBERTS, Joseph bootmaker Kooringa 1878[-1881] Memorial 217/312

ROBERTS, Joseph bootmaker Kooringa Quorn (Hundred of Pichi Richi) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 49 Page 7 County Newcastle

ROBERTS, Joseph storekeeper Pt Augusta trustee Pt Augusta Bible Christian Chapel 1884 Application 20383

ROBERTS, Joseph bootmaker Pt Augusta dealt in land in Kooringa 1902 Memorial 83/447

No 4

ROBERTS, Joseph labourer Dublin Hundred of Barunga land grant 1884 Grant Book 14 Page 475 County Daly

No 1

ROBERTS, Josiah Willshere farmer Myponga and Elizabeth Roberts his wife formerly Elizabeth nee TILLEY 1855 Memorial 69/109

ROBERTS, Josiah Willshere Esquire Kensington 1872[-1875] Memorial 51/259

ROBERTS, Josiah butcher Kensington 1881 Application 18697

ROBERTS, Josiah Willshere butcher Kensington trading as JW Roberts & Son became a bankrupt 1883 Memorial 44/357

ROBERTS, Josiah Willshere carpenter Harris St, Norwood, died 29/5/1917 Aged Men's Home, Beaumont, of senility, aged 95. Born in England. In SA for 78 years. Married aged 22. 4 sons and 2 daughters alive. 2 sons and 5 daughters deceased. His wife, Elizabeth Roberts, died 15/11/1894 at home High St, Burnside, of morbus cordis, aged 61. Their family in 1922 included; Josiah Frederick Roberts civil servant Wudinna, John Soames Roberts coachtrimmer Harris St Norwood, Alfred Tilly Roberts of 13th St Renmark, Leonora Elizabeth REYNOLDS wife of Walter Reynolds civil servant Wallaroo, and Daisy Rhoda HACK wife of Charles Hack of Crambrook WA. A son, Jabez Willshere Roberts, had died 14/8/1918 Application 28128

ROBERTS, Louisa Maud widow formerly of 38 George St, Clarence Park but then of 74 Osmond Tce, Norwood (formerly Louisa Maud COCKBURN niece to the late Frances Margaret Cockburn of Norwood), died 5/11/1951 54 Alison St, St Leonards. Sister to Emily Florence ELLIS (already deceased). Aunt to Alan Jack KEAM works manager 112 Queen St, Norwood, Charles Samuel Keam floor manager 38 Sailor's Bay Road, Northbridge NSW, Frank Ottaway Keam watchman Outer Harbour Road, Outer Harbour, and Edna Elizabeth POLGLASE married woman 54 Alison St, St Leonards Memorials 90/527

No 1

ROBERTS, Maria widow Cornbrook near Angaston linked with Thomas Roberts farmer Cornbrook 1874 Memorial 102/277

ROBERTS, Maria widow Angaston Hundred of Kanyaka land grant 1885 Grant Book 49 Page 71 County Newcastle

ROBERTS, Mary married woman Leadenhall St, Pt Adelaide linked with Bertha Roberts spinster of the same address 1920 Memorial 176/481

ROBERTS, Matthew farmer South Road 1853[-1860] Memorial 26/49

No 1

ROBERTS, Nicholas farmer Kadina 1884 Memorial 247/360

ROBERTS, Nicholas farmer Kadina 1885[-1892] Grant Book 14 Page 244 County Daly

No 2

ROBERTS, Nicholas farmer Penong trustee unnamed Chapel and School Hundred of Bagster Hundred of Bagster land grant 1897 Grant Book 41 Page 26 County Kintore

ROBERTS, Nicholas farmer Penong 1908 Memorial 65/459

No 3

ROBERTS, Nicholas farmer Edwardstown. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1908 Grant Book 2 Page 17 County Adelaide

No 1

ROBERTS, Paul farmer Upper Dry Creek linked with Hannah Roberts widow Upper Dry Creek (relict of the late Thomas Roberts formerly farmer Dry Creek now deceased), Jonathan Roberts farmer Gawler River, and James Roberts farmer Kapunda 1863 Memorial 95/191

ROBERTS, Paul farmer Greenwith Farm near Golden Grove 1865 Memorial 76/202

ROBERTS, Paul farmer Gladstone 1877, a relative [probably a son?] of the late Thomas Roberts formerly farmer Upper Dry Creek 1854 Application 16342

ROBERTS, Paul farmer Golden Grove Co Adelaide. Hundred of Booyoolie land grant 1878 Grant Book 60 Page 156 County Victoria

ROBERTS, Paul farmer near Gladstone. Hundred of Booyoolie land grant 1878 Grant Book 60 Page 157 County Victoria

ROBERTS, Paul farmer Scottsdale Tas 1901, husband of Mary Ann Roberts and son of Thomas Roberts farmer Dry Creek and Hannah Roberts his wife Application 24196

No 1

ROBERTS, Percy A clerk to TH HOSIER solicitor Clare 1877 Memorial 192/302

ROBERTS, Percy A clerk to Mesrs FR & F AYERS solicitors Adelaide 1878 Memorial 115/306

No 1

ROBERTS, Peter master mariner Pt Adelaide 1851[-1854] Memorial 238/35

ROBERTS, Peter farmer Guichen Bay 1856[-1860] Memorial 3/107

ROBERTS, Peter master mariner Guichen Bay Hundred of Waterhouse land grant 1858 Grant Book 50 Page 18 County Robe

ROBERTS, Peter mariner Guichen Bay 1869 Memorial 174/238

ROBERTS, Peter mariner Guichen Bay 1869 Application 9650

ROBERTS, Peter master mariner near Robe 1870 Memorial 129/246

No 1 - likely to be the same person

ROBERTS, Philip farmer Gawler Plains 1850[-1853] Memorial 404/24

ROBERTS, Philip farmer North Adelaide 1854 Memorial 78/76

ROBERTS, Philip farmer formerly of North Adelaide but now of ? [not stated but possibly in the Mt Barker-Echunga area] in SA 1858 Memorial 229/134

No 1

ROBERTS, Richard woollen draper and general storekeeper Adelaide 1844 Memorial 103/4

ROBERTS, Richard of Pennington Tce, North Adelaide 1845[-1846] Memorial 268/5

ROBERTS, Richard merchant Adelaide 1846 Application 2260

ROBERTS, Richard merchant Adelaide (Hindley St) 1846 Memorial 478/6

ROBERTS, Richard gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now in England 1848 Memorial 61/12

ROBERTS, Richard formerly merchant Adelaide but now out of business Milnesbridge near Huddersfield, parish of Almondbury, Yorks, England, power of attorney to Joel Roberts general agent formerly of Broad Oak, Linthwaite, Almondbury, Yorks, but now of Adelaide 1851 Memorial 207/36

No 2

ROBERTS, Richard sawyer Melrose 1861 Memorial 151/171

No 3

ROBERTS, Richard sawyer Queenstown 1876[-1877] Memorial 236/287

No 4

ROBERTS, Richard farmer Kybunga Blyth Plains 1892 Application 22217

ROBERTS, Richard farmer Blyth Plains and Margaret Roberts his wife 1892 Memorial 135/412

ROBERTS, Richard farmer Kybunga Blyth Plains 1907 Memorial 136/457

No 5

ROBERTS, Richard farmer Auburn 1920 Memorial 190/481

ROBERTS, Richard farmer Auburn, died 2/6/1923 intestate. Husband of Jane Roberts, who died 6/4/1932. Probably relatives to Ernest Hurtle Roberts grazier Victor Harbor 1955 RPA Search 956

No 1

ROBERTS, Richard Ernshaw farmer near Black Springs 1901 Application 24223

ROBERTS, Richard E farmer Tothill Belt linked with Royston Roberts farmer Black Springs 1901 Memorial 5/444

ROBERTS, Richard Frederick of Oulnina North-East 1884 Memorial 19/361

No 1

ROBERTS, Robert brickmaker Salisbury 1857 Memorial 69/128

No 2

ROBERTS, Robert labourer Napperby Pt Germein township allotment land grant 1879 Grant Book 24 Page 685 County Frome

No 1

ROBERTS, Royston chairman of the District Council of Black Springs 1874 Memorial 62/278

ROBERTS, Royston farmer Black Springs 1883[-1899] Memorial 99/348

ROBERTS, Royston farmer Black Springs 1896. Father of Richard Earnshaw Roberts farmer Black Springs Application 23118

ROBERTS, S engineer Alberton 1851 Memorial 267/34

No 1 - perhaps the same person FIND CHECK

ROBERTS, Samuel miner Glen Osmond 1858 Memorial 46/137

ROBERTS, Samuel farmer near Kadina. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1904[-1905] Grant Book 14 Page 251 County Daly

ROBERTS, Samuel Bart labourer Morphett Vale Co Adelaide. Hundred of Dalrymple land grant 1879 Grant Book 19 Page 139 County Fergusson

No 1 - probably the same person

ROBERTS, Samuel Edward the Younger printer Adelaide 1856 Hundred of Waterloo land grant Memorial 234/117

ROBERTS, Samuel Edward bookseller and printer Adelaide (pt TA 108 King William St) 1865 Memorial 12/209

ROBERTS, Samuel Edward printer Adelaide 1876 Application 15348

No 1 - probably the Elder

ROBERTS, Simon farmer Hundred of Upper Wakefield 1856[-1866] Memorial 150/151

ROBERTS, Simon farmer Mintaro 1856 Application 3752

ROBERTS, Simon farmer Mintaro 1860 Memorial 220/166

ROBERTS, Simon farmer near Mintaro 1866 Application 7615

ROBERTS, Simon farmer Watervale 1869 Memorial 33/239

No 2 – the Younger

ROBERTS, Simon the Younger farmer near Watervale Co Stanley. Hundred of Hallett land grant 1877 Grant Book 8 Page 123 County Burra

ROBERTS, Stephen Henry carpenter Saddleworth 1902 Application 24366

No 1

ROBERTS, Thomas formerly labourer North Adelaide 1839 but then farmer Thebarton by 1854 Application 26039

ROBERTS, Thomas labourer North Adelaide 1854 Memorial 418/77

No 2

ROBERTS, Thomas quarry labourer Adelaide 1839 Thomas Roberts farmer Dry Creek, died c1857. Jonathan Roberts farmer Angle Vale declared 1875 that he was the youngest child of Thomas Roberts. His fellow executor for his father's estate was James Roberts farmer Golden Grove Application 14554

ROBERTS, Thomas miner Fifth Creek. Land grant Section 2147 Hundred of Yatala [T Roberts built his homestead on this land and called the estate Greenwith] 1846 Memorial 140/7

ROBERTS, Thomas farmer Dry Creek. Land grant Section 2151 Hundred of Yatala Co Adelaide (77 acres) 1848 Memorial 303/31

ROBERTS, Thomas farmer Little Para [where the Little Para and Dry Creek come close together]. [Golden Grove schoolhouse trustee] 1849 Memorial 261/15

ROBERTS, Thomas farmer Greenwith Dry Creek 1846[-1853] Memorial 16/10

ROBERTS, Thomas farmer Greenwith Upper Dry Creek 1854 Memorial 125/79

ROBERTS, Thomas the Elder farmer Dry Creek, died c1857. He left his personal estate to his unnamed wife absolutely. She also had the real estate in trust until the youngest child turned 21, then she had Section 5471 Hundred of Yatala in trust for life or until her remarriage. The childre who inherited real estate absolutely in remainder expectant included William, John, James, Eizabeth Ann, Hannah, Jane, Emanuel, Henry, Paul, Rosina, Thomas and Charles Roberts. Charles and Paul Roberts to get half each absolutely in remainder expectant of their mother's life inheritance in trust in real estate. Executors: Thomas Roberts the Elder's brother, Jonathan Roberts, and the testator's son, James Roberts Memorial 43/128

ROBERTS, Thomas the Elder farmer Dry Creek, died c1857. His widow, Hannah Roberts, to inherit his personal estate absolutely, plus the real estate in trust until the youngest child turns 21. Then each child - sons William, John, James, Henry, Charles, Emanuel, Thomas the Younger and Paul Roberts, and daughters Elizabeth Ann, Hannah, Jane Roberts, to inherit certain land absolutely in remainder expectant, with Section 5471 Hundred of Yatala for all the children absolutely in remainder expectant as tenants in common. The widow to have the use of Section 2147 in trust for her life or until remarriage, when children Paul and Jane Roberts inherited half that section each absolutely in remainder expectant. Executors; the testator's brother Jonathan and son James Roberts later farmer Golden Grove 1883. Son Thomas Roberts formerly the Younger farmer Golden Grove, died 10/8/1869 intestate and unmarried, with estate worth £300 Application 19761

ROBERTS, Thomas died 22/3/1857. His entire real estate in trust for his wife, Hannah Roberts, until the youngest child came of age. Brother to Jonathan Roberts and father of James Roberts. Paul Roberts farmer near Gladstone 1876 appears to be another child. T Roberts's daughter, Rosina Roberts, aged 20, of Greenwith, married Edward STEVENS 21 miller Hackney (Father: John Stevens) on 22/5/1867 Greenwith Methodist Chapel Minister: Rev'd Henry COLE Primitive Methodist Minister. Witnesses Emanuel and William Roberts farmers Greenwith and John Livesey Stevens miller Hackney. The Edward Stevens lived on Hackney Road Application 15090

ROBERTS, Thomas the Younger farmer Golden Grove, died 10/8/1869 intestate. Letters of administration to William Roberts farmer Golden Grove, a brother and next of kin, to settle the estate 1875 Memorial 123/349

ROBERTS, Hannah widow of Thomas Roberts farmer Golden Grove, died 17/8/1890 Narridy, of atheromatox arterus and senile decay, aged 81. Her son, William Roberts, lived at Wandearah near Crystal Brook, Her husband had died on 22/3/1857 at Dry Creek Application 24196

ROBERTS, Hannah widow of the late Thomas Roberts farmer Golden Grove, died 17/8/1890 Narridy, of atheromalox arterus and senile decay, aged 81. William Roberts farmer Wandearah near Crystal Brook, eldest son of Thomas and Hannah Roberts, gave the above information 1891 Application 28455

ROBERTS, Thomas farmer Dry Creek, and Hannah Roberts his wife. By 1877, their son, Paul Roberts, was a farmer near Gladstone. Likely also parents of James Roberts Application 16342

No 3

ROBERTS, Thomas farmer Gawler Plains [Son of Jonathan Roberts farmer Gawler River and nephew to Thomas Roberts the Elder farmer Greenwith Upper Dry Creek] 1862 Application 2763

ROBERTS, Thomas farmer Peachey Belt 1871 Memorial 156/257

No 4

ROBERTS, Thomas farmer near Clare. Hundred of Blyth land grant 1864 Grant Book 56 Page 365 County Stanley

ROBERTS, Thomas farmer Kookynee Clare Hundred of Blyth land grant 1865 Grant Book 56 Page 365 County Stanley

ROBERTS, Thomas farmer Kookynee near Clare Hundred of Cameron land grant 1869 Grant Book 14 Page 428 County Daly

4/337

No 5

ROBERTS, Thomas miner Kadina. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1870 Grant Book 14 Page 75 County Daly

ROBERTS, Thomas miner Wallaroo Mines. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1877 Grant Book 14 Page 230 County Daly

ROBERTS, Thomas farmer Kadina. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1882 Grant Book 14 Page 240 County Daly

ROBERTS, Thomas farmer Clare Road Kadina. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1885 Grant Book 14 Page 244 County Daly

No 6

ROBERTS, Thomas bootmaker Mt Pleasant, became a bankrupt in 1876 Memorial 54/337

No 7

ROBERTS, Thomas miller Narridy. Hundred of Narridy land grant 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 249 County Victoria

ROBERTS, Thomas [son of George Roberts] formerly farmer Angaston 1874 but now miller Narridy 1876 Application 14950

ROBERTS, Thomas miller Narridy Co Victoria. Gordon (Hundred of Kanyaka) township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 49 Page 108 County Newcastle

No 8

ROBERTS, Thomas farmer near Clare Co Stanley. Hundred of Caltowie land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 183 County Victoria

No 9

ROBERTS, Thomas labourer Morphett Vale Hundred of Minlacowie land grant 1881 Grant Book 19 Page 255 County Fergusson

No 9

ROBERTS, Thomas farmer near Virginia Co Adelaide. Hundred of Narridy land grant 1882 Grant Book 60 Page 261 County Victoria

No 10

ROBERTS, Thomas of Kapunda Co Light. Hundred of Kanyaka land grant 1885 Grant Book 49 Page 71 County Newcastle

No 11

ROBERTS, T agent Adelaide 1890 Memorial 208/401

No 12

ROBERTS, Thomas schoolmaster Minlaton 1897 Application 23492

No 12

ROBERTS, Thomas agent Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of Crystal Brook land grant 1900 Grant Book 60 Page 238 County Victoria

No 13

ROBERTS, Thomas engineer Adelaide, appointed consulting engineer in England on behalf of NSW, Vic, Qld and SA 1906 Memorial 206/455

No 14

ROBERTS, Thomas consulting engineer Adelaide, about to depart for Britain to become the representative consulting engineer there for the Commonwealth of Australia, power of attorney to Eustace Beardoe GRUNDY solicitor Adelaide, to manage his Australian and New Zealand business affairs 10/8/1906 Deposit 58/1906

No 15

ROBERTS, Thomas wheat merchant Adelaide 1908[-1910] Memorial 197/459, Application 25892

No 16

ROBERTS, Thomas farmer Coonalpyn. Trustee Methodist Church Culburra 1913 Grant Book 6 Page 11 County Buccleuch

No 17

ROBERTS, Thomas M.I.C.E. manager of the former James MARTIN engineering works Gawler now under the control of Henry DUTTON grazier Anlaby near Kapunda 1914 Memorial 25/473

No 1

ROBERTS, Thomas John blacksmith Brompton 1866[-1879] Memorial 22/218

ROBERTS, Thomas John the Elder blacksmith Brompton linked with Thomas John the Younger hawker Brompton 1881 Memorial 88/328

ROBERTS, Thomas John the Younger hawker Brompton 1889 Application 21623

No 1

ROBERTS, Victor Valance farmer Wilkawatt trustee Presbyterian Church Dingo Bore 1911 Grant Book 12 Page 126 County Chandos

ROBERTS, Victor Valence farmer Farrell Flat Co Stanley. Hundred of Cotton land grant 1912 Grant Book 12 Page 126 County Chandos

ROBERTS, Vincent Henry farmer Murtho 1916 Memorial 171/474

ROBERTS, VR bank manager Minlaton 1924 Application 27483

ROBERTS, Wilfred Pederick farmer Angle Vale, died 15/9/1949. Husband of Katie Irene Roberts. Father of Phyllis May Roberts, Doris Irene Roberts, and William Hayman Roberts. Uncle to Leonard Albert Roberts farmer Angle Vale Memorial 45/525

No 1

ROBERTS, William farmer Walkerville 1842[-1853] Likely a relative to James Roberts land agent Adelaide Memorial 169/1 Husband of Lavinia Roberts 1848 Memorial 109/13 Farmer formerly of Walkerville but now of Gilles Plains 1853 Memorial 460/54

ROBERTS, William farmer formerly of Walkerville but now of Dry Creek [Lower Dry Creek] 1854[-1855] Memorial 188/73

ROBERTS, William farmer Dry Creek 1853 Memorial 495/46

ROBERTS, William 65 widower farmer Dry Creek (Father: John Roberts) married Ann HOSKINS 57 widow Nailsworth (Father: John FOOT) on 18/10/1873 North Adelaide Wesleyan Parsonage. Minister: Thomas LLOYD. Witnesses: William SHORT cab proprietor Nailsworth and Susanna C Short of Nailsworth Application 24248

ROBERTS, William gentleman Prospect. Husband of Anne Roberts formerly Anne HOSKINS widow. Step-father of Susannah LEWIS nee Hoskins wife of Alfred Lewis labourer Southwark 1884 Memorial 91/360

ROBERTS, William farmer Nailsworth, died 25/11/1886. Husband of Ann Roberts. Father of William Nathaniel Roberts Memorial 126/381

ROBERTS, William farmer Nailsworth, died 25/11/1886, of stomach cancer, aged 81. His estate worth £1,600. £10 to his dear wife, Ann Roberts, as soon as possible after his death, the residue of the estate to be divided equally absolutely amongst his children. He could not write Applications 23593 & 24248.

No 2 - son of Thomas Roberts the Elder

ROBERTS, William farmer Greenwith 1855 Memorial 78/90

ROBERTS, William of Greenwith 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

ROBERTS, William farmer Golden Grove 1863 Memorial 95/191

ROBERTS, William farmer formerly of Golden Grove but now of the Hundred of Wandearah 1883[-1885]. A son of Thomas Roberts the Elder farmer Golden Grove, who died 22/3/1857 Memorial 142/349

ROBERTS, William farmer formerly of Golden Grove but now of the Hundred of Wandearah. He sold his Golden Grove land which he had inherited from his father, Thomas Roberts, at an auction held in the Adelaide Town Hall on 29/1/1891 through Harold Mayo ADDISON Memorial 161/407

No 3

ROBERTS, William farmer Lower Wakefield 1851 Memorial 158/37

No 4

ROBERTS, William gentleman Adelaide 1843 Memorial 294/3

ROBERTS, William land owner Hackney 1851[-1853] Memorial 277/30

ROBERTS, William fellmonger Hackney 1852 Memorial 271/48

ROBERTS, William Esquire formerly of Hackney but now absent therefrom 1857[-1860] Memorial 11/118

ROBERTS, William gentleman formerly of Hackney but now of Adelaide 1862 Memorial 76/181

ROBERTS, William gentleman Adelaide 1853[-1854] Memorial 461/54 Linked with Edward Roberts gentleman Hundred of Nuriootpa Co Light 1854 Memorial 443/75

ROBERTS, William agent Hackney but now absent from SA 1859 Application 21141 FIND

ROBERTS, William gentleman Hackney, power of attorney to Joel Roberts of Hindmarsh, to manage his SA business interests 10/1/1856. On 19/3/1874, Joel Roberts agent Adelaide, declared: My brother, William Roberts, late of 79 New North Road, Huddersfield, Yorks, England, died 28/1/1863, at Huddersfield, leaving his wife, Susanna, his brother Richard Roberts and his nephew Joseph Henry Roberts, his executors and trustees. The widow, Susanna Roberts, died 13/1/1874, aged 68. Joel Roberts received a letter from his sister, Mary SYKES widow of John Sykes gentleman near Huddersfield. She said ‘Susanna had a short, but severe illness, inflammation of the lungs. She was in Town the Wednesday before to sign her will. When she was taken poorly, she was sure she would not recover. She was interred at Linthwaite Church. How wintery it was when we were going to Linthwaite on Saturday. It reminded me very much of the day our mother was buried’. Richard Roberts wrote to Joel Roberts ‘Anne is writing to Edward this month, and so I must give you some details of Susannah’s last illness. She has, as you probably know, suffered from bronchitis for several winters, and she had an attack early this winter and was confined in great measure to the house. She went out to her solicitors to give instructions to make her will, caught more cold, was obliged to send for the doctor. He ordered her not to go out at all, but she had, she said, urgent business and must go. I suspect her urgent business was to sign her will, and she went out on Wednesday 7th Jan, a very fine day, but cold, when she caught more cold again and I believe did not leave her bed again, and after suffering a good deal from sleeplessness and bronchial cough, she finally and quietly breathed her last on Tuesday night 13 Jan about 10pm.’ Brother Edward Roberts lived at Walton, near Greenock. The executors gave power of attorney to Joel Roberts to sell all the Susannah Roberts SA estate (it was in trust to her for life through her husband’s will), and ‘after paying all expenses incident to such sale or sales to remit to us the nett proceeds thereof in banker’s drafts payable in London and endorsed to Mr Richard Roberts residing at 14 Belgrave Tce, Huddersfield. William Roberts left a UK estate worth £15,000. His wife received the income for life from his quarter share in the Fountain Mill, Huddersfield, railway bonds and the SA real estate. After her death, his nephew, Joseph Roberts to get the estate, on condition of paying certain legacies to Susanna Roberts’s relations and William’s own sisters and widowed sister-in-law Deposits 331/OA, 97/1864 & 46/1874

ROBERTS, Joseph Henry merchant’s clerk Trinity St, Huddersfield, Yorks, as William Roberts’s heir at law, gave power of attorney to Joel Roberts general agent Adelaide, and if unable to act, to Francis Hardy FAULDING chemist Adelaide, to sell William Roberts’s SA estate and conclude his business affairs. At this time, Richard Roberts was living at Wheat House, Birkby, township of Huddersfield 25/8/1863. JH Roberts went abroad in 1870, when his occupation was given as salesman Deposits 99/1864 & 100/1864

No 5

ROBERTS, William Esquire Adelaide 1854 Memorial 159/86

ROBERTS, William Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now of parts beyond the seas 1856 Memorial 70/100

ROBERTS, William Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now residing in England 1858[-1860] linked with Joel Roberts gentleman Adelaide Memorial 299/141

ROBERTS, William gentleman formerly of Adelaide 1854 late of 79 New North Road, Huddersfield, Yorks, England, died 28/1/1863. Husband of Susanna Roberts Application 13520 FIND

No 6

ROBERTS, William horse dealer Marion 1856[-1857] Memorial 264/98

ROBERTS, William horse dealer Marion on the Sturt. Hundred of Kuitpo land grant 1856 Grant Book 1 Page 299 County Adelaide

No 7

ROBERTS, William labourer Penola 1865 Memorial 346/202

ROBERTS, William farmer Penola Penola North (later Penola Hundred of Penola) township allotment land grant 1868 Grant Book 31 Page 142 County Grey

No 8

ROBERTS, William licensed victualler Smelter's Home Kooringa 1867 Memorial 34/220

No 9

ROBERTS, William the Younger farmer Hackham 1871 Memorial 64/252

No 10

ROBERTS, William miner Prince Alfred Mine 1874 Memorial 171/275

ROBERTS, William farmer Minlacowie 1879 Memorial 193/313

No 11

ROBERTS, William farmer Hundred of Wandearah. Trustee unnamed Chapel Hundred of Wandearah Hundred of Wandearah land grant 1879 Grant Book 60 Page 325 County Victoria

ROBERTS, William the Elder farmer Wandearah West. Trustee Institute Wandearah Hundred of Wandearah land grant 1894 Grant Book 60 Page 328 County Victoria

ROBERTS, William the Elder farmer Wandearah. Trustee unnamed Church Hundred of Wandearah Hundred of Wandearah land grant 1895 Grant Book 60 Page 329 County Victoria

No 12

ROBERTS, William carter Morphett Vale 1891 Application 22110

No 13

ROBERTS, William farmer Minlacowie 1892 Application 22428

No 14

ROBERTS, William storekeeper Robertstown 1894[-1903] Memorial 179/423

No 15

ROBERTS, William farmer Angle Vale 1893 Application 22468

ROBERTS, William farmer Gawler River, died 18/11/1896. Husband of Hannah Maria Roberts. Father of William Edwin Roberts, Wilfred Pederick Roberts, Hurtle Henry Roberts Albert James Roberts, Ellen Maria Roberts, and Mabel Annie Roberts. Brother to Jeremiah Roberts farmer Auburn. He had farm land along the Gawler River and at Redbanks along the Light River Memorial 158/430

ROBERTS, William farmer, died 18/11/1896. His family as at 1906 included; his wife Hannah Maria Roberts widow Angle Vale, and children - William Edwin Roberts, and Wilfred Frederick Roberts farmers Angle Vale Gawler River Memorial 34/456

ROBERTS, Hannah Maria widow formerly of Angle Vale but then of Gawler, died 10/4/1930. Mother of Ellen Maria Roberts and Mabel Annie Roberts spinsters 7 Jacob St, Gawler. Wilfred Frederick Roberts farmer Angle Vale also appears to belong to this family Memorials 26 & 27/512

No 16

ROBERTS, William farmer Hundred of Way 1901 Memorial 59/444

No 17

ROBERTS, William labourer Auburn 1910 Application 25877

ROBERTS, William David merchant Adelaide 1925 Memorial 80/492

No 1

ROBERTS, William Edward of Norwood 1856 Memorial 306/108

ROBERTS, William Edward draper Norwood 1856 Application 5076

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

ROBERTS, William Edward storeman Kent Town 1866 Memorial 306/108

ROBERTS, William Edward [formerly of Kent Town but now] assistant Saddleworth 1875 Memorial 44/286

No 3

ROBERTS, William Edward farmer and grazier Oakvale trustee Institute Calca Hundred of Wrenfordsley land grant 1887 Grant Book 52 Page 42 County Robinson

ROBERTS, William Godfrey bookseller and stationer Adelaide (pt TA 202 King William St) 1878[-1883]Memorials 9/316, 233/349

No 1

ROBERTS, William Henry storekeeper Norwood 1850[-1854] Memorial 415/21

ROBERTS, William Henry miller Kensington 1853 Memorial 165/49

ROBERTS, William Henry miller Kensington & Norwood 1855 Clayton Congregational Chapel trustee Memorial 206/91

ROBERTS, William Henry formerly corn miller Norwood but now merchant Melbourne Vic 1878 Memorial 111/309

ROBERTS, William Henry formerly commercial miller Norwood but now of Melbourne Vic 1883 Application 19700

ROBERTS, William Henry Esquire formerly of Adelaide and Norwood but now of Middle Brighton Vic 1884 Memorial 206/358

ROBERTS, William Henry Esquire formerly of Adelaide and Norwood, but now of Middle Brighton Vic, power of attorney to Beaumont Arnold MOULDEN solicitor Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 12/6/1884 Deposit 113/1884

ROBERTS, William Henry gentleman Middle Brighton Vic [probably a son of John Roberts of Kensington] 1892 Application 22196

ROBERTS, William Henry formerly miller Kensington and Norwood but now gentleman Middle Brighton Vic linked with Katherine Roberts widow Osborne St, South Yarra Vic 1898 Memorial 233/436

No 2 - perhaps the same person

ROBERTS, William Henry farmer Upper Wakefield 1866 Memorial 139/215

ROBERTS, William Henry farmer formerly of Riverton but now of Hoyles Plains 1869 Memorial 161/237

No 3

ROBERTS, William Henry farmer Orroroo 1880 Memorial 67/328

ROBERTS, William Henry farmer Hundred of Walloway. Hundred of Walloway land grant 1881 Grant Book 13 Page 222 County Dalhousie

ROBERTS, William Henry farmer formerly of Orroroo but now of Walloway 1908 Memorial 26/459

ROBERTS, William John overseer East Auburn 1914[-1921] Memorial 89/471

No 1

ROBERTS, William Lampard railway guard Petersburg and Helen Roberts his wife 1893 Memorial 47/420

ROBERTS, William Lampard guard formerly of Petersburg but now of Kadina and Helen Roberts his wife 1916 Memorial 200/474

ROBERTS, William Minear farmer near Kadina 1886 Memorial 133/381

No 1

ROBERTS, Wilmot Edgar clerk Gawler 1865[-1866] Memorial 206/208

ROBERTS, Wilmot Edgar bookkeeper Gawler 1866 Memorial 205/208

ROBERTS, Wilmot Edgar clerk Gawler insolvent 1866 Application 8028

No 1

ROBERTSON, Adam farmer Dry Creek 1846 Memorial 256/7 Farmer Little Para 1846[-1854] Memorial 456/6 [Golden Grove school trustee] 1849 Memorial 261/15

ROBERTSON, Adam farmer Little Para. Hundred of Yatala land grant 1853[-1854] Grant Book 1 Page 65 County Adelaide

ROBERTSON, Adam farmer Golden Grove on the Little Para 1854 [-1859] Memorial 365/73

ROBERTSON, Adam Esquire Golden Grove Farm Little Para 1859 Memorial 20/149

ROBERTSON, Adam farmer Golden Grove, died 3/4/1864. Executors - his wife, Betsy Robertson and John Robertson farmer Golden Grove Application 21736

ROBERTSON, Adam farmer Golden Grove, died 3/4/1864. His estate worth £1,500. He made bequests to his wife, Elizabeth Betsy Robertson, his daughter Ada NICHOLLS wife of Arthur Nicholls farmer Rhynie, his daughter Betsey CORSTON wife of William Baine Corston gentleman Bendigo Vic, and his son John Robertson farmer Golden Grove. Elizabeth Robertson widow of Adam Robertson, died 6/1/1888 of syncope and senile decay, aged 87. Her son, John Robertson grazier Golden Grove, died 22/6/1896 of heart disease and Bright's disease, aged 59. His widow, Agnes Maxwell Robertson, died 9/9/1929, of auricular fibrillation and senility, aged 86. Born in Kimallie, Fort William Scotland. To SA aged 26. Married aged 22; 3 sons and 5 daughters living; 1 daughter deceased Application 28112

ROBERTSON, Addison farmer Templers 1885 Memorial 101/371

No 1

ROBERTSON, Alexander labourer Stepney 1852[-1854] Memorial 454/40

ROBERTSON, Alexander yeoman Stepney 1852 Memorial 433/44

ROBERTSON, Alexander labourer Norwood 1854 Memorial 30/65

ROBERTSON, Alexander labourer Norwood 1874 Application 13436

No 2

ROBERTSON, Alexander farmer Happy Valley 1854 Memorial 202/70

ROBERTSON, Alexander farmer formerly of Happy Valley 1854 now of Condowie 1876 Application 15168

No 3

ROBERTSON, Alexander coachmaker Adelaide 1855[-1866] Hundred of Mudla Wirra land grant Memorial 423/98

No 4

ROBERTSON, Alexander gentleman Naracoorte. Hundred of Robertson land grant 1888 Grant Book 50 Page 177 County Robe

ROBERTSON, Allan labourer Mosquito Plains 1881 Memorial 111/328

No 1

ROBERTSON, Andrew publican Adelaide (Gilles Arcade) 1848 Memorial 400/12

ROBERTSON, Andrew bootmaker Adelaide (Rundle St), married 28/2/1840, Christina nee ? , at the house of the Rev’d Ralph Drummond. Andrew Archibald Robertson wheelwright Gawler, the only surviving child of the marriage, born 16/2/1845. Other children died in infancy. Andrew Robertson died 15/4/1851 Adelaide. Mrs Robertson remarried to Thomas ADAMS. Application 7406

ROBERTSON, Andrew Archibald machinist Willaston Co Gawler. Broughton (later Redhill Hundred of Redhill) township allotment land grant 1875 Grant Book 14 Page 497 County Daly

No 1

ROBERTSON, Angus farmer Upper Wakefield 1863 Memorial 191/189

ROBERTSON, Angus shepherd Skillogolee Creek Hundred of Upper Wakefield land grant 1865 Grant Book 56 Page 118 County Stanley

ROBERTSON, Archibald Duncan Neckar and Norman John Robertson farmers Golden Grove linked with Agnes Maxwell Robertson widow Golden Grove 1910 Memorial 72/463

ROBERTSON, Blanche married woman Mitcham. William Robertson mentioned but not described 1901 Memorial 136/442

No 1 - the Elder and the Younger

ROBERTSON, Charles blacksmith Aldinga 1853[-1858] Memorial 268/51

ROBERTSON, Charles blacksmith Yankalilla 1854[-1867] Memorial 61/71, Application 5213

ROBERTSON, Charles blacksmith Yankalilla leased his premises to Andrew GARDNER for 7 years from 1/9/1867, at £50 clear a year. He surrendered the lease in 1871. By 1871, Robertson was a Strathalbyn farmer Application 11686

ROBERTSON, Charles farmer Yankalilla 1859 Application 476

ROBERTSON, Charles farmer The Greenway near Strathalbyn 1871 Memorial 186/255, Application 11650

ROBERTSON, Charles farmer formerly of Yankalilla but now of Strathalbyn 1882 Application 19115

ROBERTSON, Charles the Younger farmer Strathalbyn Hundred of Bremer land grant 1884 Grant Book 36 Page 44 County Hindmarsh

ROBERTSON, Charles blacksmith Yankalilla 1885 Application 20550

ROBERTSON, Charles the Elder farmer formerly of Yankalilla but then of near Strathalbyn, died 21/11/1899. Father of Charles Robertson the Younger railway employee Carrieton. Estate worth £1,900 Memorial 124/447

ROBERTSON, Charles farmer formerly of Yankalilla but then of Strathalbyn, died 1/11/1899 intestate. Charles Robertson railway employee Carrieton, a son, appointed to receive Letters of Administration. Estate worth £1,900 Application 27894

ROBERTSON, Charles [formerly the Younger] railway employee Carrieton 1903 Memorial 243/447

No 2

ROBERTSON, Charles farmer Noarlunga 1909 Application 25597

No 1

ROBERTSON, Christina widow Adelaide 1851 Memorial 462/37

No 2

ROBERTSON, Christina widow Billaby [possibly Mrs William Robertson]. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1874 Grant Book 60 Page 111 County Victoria

No 1

ROBERTSON, David seaman Alberton 1852 Memorial 460/41

ROBERTSON, David master mariner Pt Adelaide 1854 Memorial 241/75

ROBERTSON, David pilot Le Fevre Peninsula 1855 Memorial 494/87

No 1

ROBERTSON, David Spence clerk Adelaide 1883 Memorial 166/350

ROBERTSON, DS clerk to Messrs FENN & HARDY solicitors Adelaide 1890[-1903] Memorial 174/404

ROBERTSON, DS law clerk Adelaide 1897[-1914] Memorial 6/431

ROBERTSON, DS clerk to Charles Burton HARDY solicitor Adelaide 1921 Memorial 117/484

ROBERTSON, Donald farmer Gawler Plains 1847 Memorial 235/11

No 1

ROBERTSON, EA clerk to Messrs W & T POPE solicitors Eagle Chambers, Adelaide 1898 Memorial 182/433

ROBERTSON, EA clerk to Messrs W & T POPE solicitors Adelaide 1904 Application 27318

ROBERTSON, Edward Albert licensed land broker Adelaide (Alfred Chambers, Currie St) 1922 Application 27061

ROBERTSON, Edward master mariner Goolwa 1858[-1859] Memorial 51/137

ROBERTSON, Edward Wickham storekeeper Nackara 1886 Memorial 126/377

1884 Memorial 38/363

No 1

ROBERTSON, Frances Harriet widow Strowan Grove near Salisbury, died 17/2/1897. Aunt to Parker Oliver HUTCHINSON land surveyor formerly of Adelaide but now of Hindmarsh Valley. Other executor: William Mathews SANDFORD solicitor Adelaide Memorial 21/432

ROBERTSON, Frances Harriet widow Strowan Grove near Salisbury, died 17/2/1897 Application 28124

ROBERTSON, Frank Edward company director 74 Grenfell St, Adelaide Adelaide Polo Club trustee 1956 Application 29368

ROBERTSON, Frederick Alexander agent Pt Augusta 1884 Memorial 45/361

No 1

ROBERTSON, Frederick Amelious labourer Redruth near Kooringa 1922, died 11/11/1934 Aberdeen near Kooringa. Husband of Bertha Elizabeth Robertson of Aberdeen Memorial 163/510

ROBERTSON, Frederick Amelious died 11/11/1934. His widow, Bertha Elizabeth Robertson, still lived in Burra North (formerly called Aberdeen) in 1945 Memorial 92/519

No 1

ROBERTSON, George labourer formerly of Adelaide 1839 but now of Tam O'Shanter Belt 1844 Application 5886

ROBERTSON, George labourer Tam O’Shanter Belt 1844 [probably moved to Gawler] Memorial 75/4

ROBERTSON, George butcher Gawler 1847 Memorial 235/9

ROBERTSON, George yeoman Gawler 1849 Memorial 296/14

ROBERTSON, George brewer Gawler 1850 Memorial 177/20

No 2

ROBERTSON, George clerk to William BARTLEY solicitor Adelaide 1844 Memorial 27/4

ROBERTSON, George clerk to RI STOW solicitor Adelaide 1860 Memorial 119/163

ROBERTSON, George the Younger and STRAWBRIDGE, William clerks to Messrs LAWRENCE and KNOX solicitors Adelaide 1863 Application 28734

ROBERTSON, George clerk to Messrs LAWRENCE, KNOX & THRUPP solicitors Adelaide 1867 Memorial 89/221

ROBERTSON, George clerk to Messrs KNOX & THRUPP solicitors Adelaide 1868[-1876] Memorial 151/231

ROBERTSON, George clerk to Messrs KNOX & GWYNNE solicitors Adelaide 1878 Memorial 26/305

Memorial 126/221

ROBERTSON, George land agent Adelaide 1880[-1895] Memorial 36/321

ROBERTSON, George agent Adelaide (Lorne Chambers, King William St) 1886 Application 21072

No 3

ROBERTSON, George farmer Chain of Ponds linked with Robert BURNS and David CALDERWOOD farmers Chain of Ponds 1845[-1846] Memorial 240/5

No 4

ROBERTSON, George farmer Adelaide 1849. Farmer Hamilton on the Light 1856. Enrolments 7/24 & 67/36

ROBERTSON, George yeoman the Light 1852 Memorial 456/41

ROBERTSON, George farmer Hamilton on the Light 1854[-1861] Memorial 252/65

ROBERTSON, George gentleman Hamilton on the Light 1864 Application 5087

ROBERTSON, George gentleman Hamilton on the Light 1865. Linked with George Robertson gentleman Kensington [or is this the same person?] Application 6754

ROBERTSON, George licensed victualler Hundred of Waterloo 1854 Memorial 83/68

ROBERTSON, George licensed victualler Hamilton Hotel on the Light River 1854 Memorial 341/78

ROBERTSON, George gentleman formerly of Hamilton on the Light but now of Adelaide 1866 Memorial 75/217

ROBERTSON, George gentleman Kensington (Thornton St) 1866[-1867] Memorial 195/211

ROBERTSON, George gentleman Adelaide linked with David Weighton Robertson licensed victualler Hamilton on the Light 1868[-1871] Memorial 185/235

ROBERTSON, George licensed victualler Hamilton on the Light, died 10/6/1871 intestate. His wife, Sarah Robertson, received letters of administration to settle the estate Memorial 42/260

ROBERTSON, Sarah widow formerly of Hamilton on the Light but now of Adelaide relict of the late George Robertson formerly of Hamilton now deceased 1872 Memorial 101/260

No 5

ROBERTSON, George labourer Black Forest 1856 Hundred of Kondoparinga land grant Memorial 115/124

ROBERTSON, George of the Hundred of Kondoparinga 1858 Memorial 183/142

ROBERTSON, George farmer Sandergrove Hundred of Kondoparinga 1858 Hundred of Kondoparinga District School trustee Memorial 55/152

ROBERTSON, George farmer Finniss Flat 1859 Memorial 140/151

ROBERTSON, George farmer [formerly of Finniss Flat but now of] Marion Road near Adelaide 1864 Memorial 23/195

ROBERTSON, George farmer Marion Rd, Sturt 1865 Application 6087

ROBERTSON, George formerly of the Hundred of Kondoparinga but now of the Black Forest near Adelaide 1876 Memorial 9/295

No 6

ROBERTSON, George licensed victualler Willaston 1869 Application 10079

No 7

ROBERTSON, George farmer Hundred of Wandearah and Jane Robertson his wife formerly Jane CHRISTIE probably a daughter of Maxwell Christie who died 30/10/1850 intestate leaving his eldest son, William Christie, as heir at law. William Christie died 30/8/1879. He left his estate equally to his two brothers Alexander and John Christie and Jane Robertson nee Christie Memorial 13/315

ROBERTSON, George farmer Wandearah near Pt Pirie and Jane Robertson his wife 1877[-1885] Memorial 9/337

ROBERTSON, George farmer Hundred of Wandearah near Pt Pirie 1881 Application 18749

ROBERTSON, George Millar publican Tarcowie 1880 Memorial 189/322

ROBERTSON, George Oliver accountant Fourth Ave, East Adelaide 1916 Memorial 83/477

ROBERTSON, George William bookseller Adelaide linked with Charles M Robertson bookseller and stationer Melbourne Vic carrying on business under the style or firm of George Robertson & Co 1890 Memorial 22/412

No 1

ROBERTSON, James draper Pt Adelaide 1863 Memorial 68/191

No 2

ROBERTSON, James station manager Tanora NSW 1887 Memorial 220/382

No 3

ROBERTSON, James labourer Tickera. Hundred of Tickera land grant 1908 Grant Book 14 Page 221 County Daly

ROBERTSON, James Walker draper Pt Adelaide 1868 Application 8979

ROBERTSON, Jean spinster Alma Plains Hundred of Boucaut land grant 1880 Grant Book 55 Page 35 County Stanley

No 1

ROBERTSON, John formerly gardener Adelaide 1839 late farmer Strowan Grove near Salisbury, died 11/10/1870. Estate worth £500 Application 15928.

ROBERTSON, John cattle dealer Little Para 1844 Memorial 256/4

ROBERTSON, John cattle dealer Little Para and Isabella Robertson his wife [who must have died soon afterwards] 1850 Memorial 472/23

ROBERTSON, John farmer Little Para 1849 Memorial 137/31 Farmer Strowan Grove Little Para 1853[-1857] Memorial 50/54

ROBERTSON, John gentleman Strowan Grove near Salisbury and Frances Harriet Robertson his wife 1862 Memorial 79/186

ROBERTSON, John gentleman near Salisbury 1862 Application 2785.

ROBERTSON, John gentleman Strowan Grove near Salisbury 1864 Application 5178.

ROBERTSON, John Esquire Strowan Grove near Salisbury 1864 Application 5288.

ROBERTSON, John gentleman Strowan Grove near Salisbury, died 11/10/1870. Apart from £10 to his son, John Alexander Robertson, he left the whole of his estate to his wife, Frances Harriet Robertson, absolutely Application 15928.

No 2 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

ROBERTSON, John gentleman North Para District 1840 Memorial 318/108 Died in February 1847 intestate leaving his son, John Robertson the Younger, by 1877 stockholder Turretfield near Gawler as his heir at law Memorial 107/303

ROBERTSON, John stockholder Turretfield near Gawler linked with Robert Robertson stockholder Chowilla Murray River 1875 Memorial 60/285

No 3 - perhaps the same person

ROBERTSON, John farmer Adelaide 1853 Memorial 469/58

ROBERTSON, John farmer Smith Creek 1854 Memorial 151/74

No 4
ROBERTSON, John Esquire Golden Grove Farm on the Little Para 1865 Memorial 76/202

ROBERTSON, John Esquire Golden Grove. Golden Grove Presbyterian Church trustee 1895 Memorial 82/426

ROBERTSON, John farmer Golden Grove, died 22/6/1896, of heart disease and Bright's disease, aged 59 Application 25689

ROBERTSON, John no description died 22/6/1896. Probably husband of Agnes Maxwell Robertson. Father of the following family as of 1906; Jessie McLeod LEISHMAN wife of Matthew William Fleming Leishman farmer Wolwolling WA, Elizabeth MacPherson FORNASLON, John Adam Elliott Robertson, Agnes Grace Maxwell Robertson, Margaret Clerk DOUGLAS, Archibald Duncan Meekar Robertson, Norman John Robertson, Mary Mackay Robertson and Annie MacLeod Robertson (the last 20 years old) Memorial 137/455

No 5

ROBERTSON, John gardener Adelaide 1853 Memorial 469/58

ROBERTSON, John gardener formerly of Adelaide 1853 but now of Brompton 1864 Application 5731

No 6

ROBERTSON, John farmer Inman Valley 1854 Encounter Bay Independent Chapel trustee Memorial 53/90

ROBERTSON, John stockholder Inman Valley Hundred of Encounter Bay land grant 1858 Grant Book 36 Page 87 County Hindmarsh

ROBERTSON, John stockholder Inman Valley Hundred of Encounter Bay land grant 1858 Grant Book 36 Page 87 County Hindmarsh

ROBERTSON, John postmaster Inman Valley 1860 Application 1367

ROBERTSON, John farmer Inman Valley 1862 Memorial 112/183

No 7

ROBERTSON, John farmer formerly of Pt Elliot but now of Adelaide 1868. He could not write Application 9577

No 8

ROBERTSON, John stockholder Mosquito Creek Co Robe, likely linked with William Robertson Esquire formerly of Wando Vale Co Dundas Vic, who died 1/6/1867 Memorials 115 & 116/221

ROBERTSON, John sheepfarmer Moy Hall Hundred of Naracoorte land grant 1875 Grant Book 50 Page 105 County Robe

ROBERTSON, John stockholder Mosquito Creek 1877 Memorial 55/388

ROBERTSON, John settler Struan House Robertson Plains, died 31/3/1880. He placed his entire estate in trust to benefit his wife, Susan Robertson, and his unnamed children and grandchildren. Executors - his nephews Alexander MCEDWARD settler of Mildura Vic but presently residing in Adelaide, and John Robertson settler Ennerdale Vic, but presently residing in SA; also William SHIELS Esquire of Temple Court, Melbourne Vic but presently residing in Adelaide Memorials 220 & 221/326

ROBERTSON, John settler Struan House Narracoorte, died 31/3/1880. Father of (as of 1908) - John Robertson grazier Elderslie Apsley Vic, Alexander Robertson grazier Struan House Narracoorte, William Robertson (died 20/11/1904) and James Robertson grazier Warrattenbulie (b 25/5/1866) the youngest son; another John Robertson grazier Ennerdale Dundonnell Vic, involved with this family Memorial 66/459

ROBERTSON, John stockholder Struan House, died c 1880. Relatives by 1907 included John Robertson grazier Ennerdale, Dundonald Vic, John Robertson grazier Eldersley, Aplsey and James Robertson grazier Warrattenbullie Memorial 211/456

ROBERTSON, John station manager Straun House, Narracoorte 1884 Memorial 187/357

ROBERTSON, John stockholder Narracoorte 1887 Memorial 53/388

ROBERTSON, John sheepfarmer Robertson Plains near Narracoorte 1905 Memorial 150/453

No 9

ROBERTSON, John student Adelaide, power of attorney to John THOMAS gentleman Lower Skilly, to manage his SA business affairs 2/2/1880 Deposit 28/1880

No 10

ROBERTSON, John director of the West Mutooroo Copper Mining Co of Adelaide 1889 Memorial 99/397

No 11

ROBERTSON, John farmer Pt Wakefield 1893 Application 22606

No 1

ROBERTSON, John Alexander grazier Strowan Grove near Salisbury, son of the late John Robertson and his wife Frances Harriet Robertson, of Strowan Grove 1897 Application 23364

ROBERTSON, John Alexander grazier Strowan Grove Para Plains 1898[-1900] Memorials 140/434, 24/440

ROBERTSON, John Clive grazier formerly of Geelong Vic but now of Narracoorte 1947 Memorial 105/521

ROBERTSON, John Davidson printer Broken Hill NSW and Alexander Smith DAVIDSON commission agent Eastwood 1909 Application 25645

No 1

ROBERTSON, John Holland, Robert and William stockowners Bookmark and Chowilla Stations 1875 Memorial 117/279

ROBERTSON, John Holland, William and Robert stockholders Chowilla Murray River 1880 Memorial 126/322

ROBERTSON, JS bookkeeper Struan House, Penola 1887 Memorial 54/388

No 1

ROBERTSON, JW clerk to Messrs SYMON, BAKEWELL & SYMON solicitors Adelaide 1880[-1881] Memorial 248/323

ROBERTSON, JW clerk to Messrs SYMON & BAKEWELL solicitors Adelaide 1883 Memorial 43/347

ROBERTSON, JW of Adelaide 1887 Memorial 48/385

No 1

ROBERTSON, Joseph Congregational minister of the gospel Unley Park 1899 Memorial 39/437

ROBERTSON, Joseph minister of the gospel formerly of Unley Park but now of Norwood 1909 Memorial 178/460

ROBERTSON, Kirk wheelwright Bayswater 1878 Application 16616

ROBERTSON, Lachlan settler Naracoorte Hundred of Naracoorte land grant 1876 Grant Book 50 Page 106 County Robe

No 1

ROBERTSON, Margaret widow Lyndoch Valley 1851 Memorial 298/50

No 2

ROBERTSON, Margaret of Adelaide 1890 Memorial 141/403

ROBERTSON, Mary widow Adelaide 1855 Memorial 444/89

No 1

ROBERTSON, Murdoch farmer Watervale 1866[-1867] Memorial 184/121

No 2

ROBERTSON, Murdoch farm labourer Booyoolie. Hundred of Caltowie land grant 1878 Grant Book 60 Page 184 County Victoria

ROBERTSON, Murdoch stockdealer Caltowie, died 8/8/1888 intestate. Letters of administration to his sister, Anne ROSS wife of Donald Ross the Elder farmer Caltowie. She died 15/12/1888. Her son, Donald Ross the Younger farmer Caltowie, wound up both estates Memorial 19/397

No 3

ROBERTSON, Murdoch storekeeper Adelaide Co Adelaide. Carrieton (Hundred of Eurelia) township allotment land grant 1879 Grant Book 13 Page 299 County Dalhousie

ROBERTSON, Peter settler Naracoorte Hundred of Naracoorte land grant 1874[-1876] Grant Book 50 Page 103 County Robe

No 1

ROBERTSON, Robert farmer Gawler purchased allotments in Gawler [He openened the Bushman Inn] 1839 Memorial 293/5

ROBERTSON, Robert farmer formerly of Gawler but now of Section 155 Sources of the Rhine Special Survey 1843 Memorial 277/3

ROBERTSON, Robert stockholder Angas Special Survey sold land in Gawler on which stood the Bushman Inn 1845 Memorial 293/5

ROBERTSON, Robert farmer Lyndoch 1846 Memorial 248/6

ROBERTSON, Robert the Elder married Margaret nee HARPER 9/211/1838, Housebyres, Co Roxburgh, Scotland. The Robertsons emigrated to SA soon afterwards. They had four sons - James Robertson born 26/11/1839, died 26/4/1841, John Robertson born 15/1/1842, William Robertson born 5/12/1844, Robert Robertson the Younger born 5/11/1846, by 1874 stockholder of Chowilla Murray River. Robert Robertson the Elder farmer Gawler, died Feb 1847 Adelaide intestate. His eldest surviving son, John Robertson later stockholder Turretfield near Gawler, inherited his father's estate as heir at law. Margaret Robertson nee Harper remarried to Richard HOLLAND gentleman Turretfield. George HARPER farmer Pt Gawler 1875 was a brother to Margaret HOLLAND formerly ROBERTSON nee Harper Application 14676

No 2

ROBERTSON, Robert yeoman Adelaide 1852 Memorial 248/40

ROBERTSON, Robert farmer Adelaide 1855 Memorial 124/84

ROBERTSON, Robert labourer Gawler Plains 1855[-1859] Memorial 55/87

No 3

ROBERTSON, Robert surgeon Mt Barker 1863[-1864] Application 4487

ROBERTSON, Robert surgeon Mt Barker 1864[-1867] Memorial 300/193

ROBERTSON, Robert surgeon Mt Barker, about to travel in parts beyond the sea, power of attorney to Thomas Fergus McCOULL gentleman Adelaide, to sell his Mt Barker allotment ‘for the best price that can reasonably be obtained’ and to attend to his other SA business affairs 21/2/1868. By 21/1/1877, R Robertson had returned to SA and was about to go to Britain. He again appointed TF McCOULL to manage his SA properties, which included part Town Acre 529 Deposits 76/1868 & 255/1877

ROBERTSON, Robert surgeon Kadina. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1872 Grant Book 14 Page 74 County Daly

ROBERTSON, Robert surgeon Adelaide Halbury (Hundred of Hall) township allotment land grant 1875 Grant Book 56 Page 384 County Stanley

ROBERTSON, Robert surgeon Adelaide 1877 Memorial 208/304

ROBERTSON, Robert doctor of medicine Adelaide 1882 Memorial 75/341

ROBERTSON, Robert surgeon Adelaide 1883 Application 19562

No 3 – perhaps the same person FIND check pattern

ROBERTSON, Robert farmer Hoyles Plains 1867 Application 8269

ROBERTSON, Robert farmer Eurelia 1881 Book 13 Page 257 County Dalhousie

No 4

ROBERTSON, Robert storekeeper Wirrabara Co Frome. Pt Moorowie township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 19 Page 363 County Fergusson

No 1

ROBERTSON, Robert Alexander farmer Tonto near Yankalilla 1925 Memorial 44/493

ROBERTSON, Robert Alexander formerly of Yankalilla but now out of business Westbourne Park 1947 Memorial 76/521

No 1

ROBERTSON, Robert Edmonds stock salesman Brighton 1865 Memorial 217/203

ROBERTSON, Robert Edmonds stock agent Adelaide 1866 Memorial 90/211

No 1

ROBERTSON, Robert McIndoe stockholder Waitpinga Hundred of Waitpinga land grant 1858 Grant Book 37 Page 183 County Hindmarsh

ROBERTSON, Robert McIndoe cattle farmer Waitpinga 1859 Application 709

ROBERTSON, Robert McIndoe farmer Waitpinga. Hundred of Waitpinga land grant 1864 Grant Book 37 Page 147 County Hindmarsh

ROBERTSON, Robert McIndoe farmer Yankalilla 1867 Application 8571

ROBERTSON, Robert McIndoe farmer near Normanville 1874 Application 14030

ROBERTSON, RM farmer Normanville 1883 Memorial 47/349

ROBERTSON, Robert MacIndoe farmer Yankalilla 1884 Memorial 108/362

ROBERTSON, Robert MacIndoe sheepfarmer near Normanville, died 4/9/1902. Estate worth £15,981. Husband of Annie Robertson. Father of Robert Alexander Robertson, Augusta Robertson and Margaret Annie Robertson. Much land in the Hundreds of Waitpinga and Yankalilla. Sections 1106, 1107, 1094-1096 H of Y known as Pump Hill; Sections 1146-1149, 1136 and 1198 H of Y known as Torrens Vale. Also owned the Bungala Store on Allotments 3 & pt 4 Yankalilla township Memorial 146/447

ROBERTSON, Robert McIndoe of Normanville, died. Husband of Annie Robertson of Appakaldree Normanville. Father of Robert Alexander Robertson sheepfarmer formerly of near Normanville but now of Tonto near Yankalilla and Augusta MCNEIL wife of Norman Bruce McNeil 1911 Memorial 45/464

ROBERTSON, Annie widow Appakaldree Normanville, died 10/4/1916. Mother of Augusta MCNEIL wife of Norman Bruce McNeil station assistant Appakaldree Normanville. Estate worth £1,750 Memorial 86/477

ROBERTSON, Robert Oliver grazier Birdwood 1952 Application 28848

ROBERTSON, Sarah spinster Walloway. Hundred of Walloway land grant 1882 Grant Book 13 Page 225 County Dalhousie

ROBERTSON, Theodore Frederic carrier Aberdeen, died 10/6/1928. His wife, Anna Maria Robertson, died 12/8/1936 Application 29180

No 1

ROBERTSON, Thomas master mariner Pt Adelaide 1844 Application 13395

ROBERTSON, Thomas master mariner formerly of Pt Adelaide but then of Williamstown Vic 1874 Application 13395

No 2

ROBERTSON, Thomas painter and glazier Adelaide (Leigh St) 1845[-1847] Memorial 269/43

No 3

ROBERTSON, Thomas the Younger farmer Kapunda Co Light. Hundred of Para Wurlie land grant 1881 Grant Book 19 Page 8 County Fergusson

No 1

ROBERTSON, Thomas Benjamin builder Pt Wakefield 1881[-1883] Memorial 15/336

ROBERTSON, Thomas Benjamin builder Pt Wakefield. Hundred of Inkerman land grant 1883 Grant Book 27 Page 145 County Gawler

ROBERTSON, Thorburn accountant Aclaire Mine Callington 1895[-1899] Memorial 132/426

No 1

ROBERTSON, William and John stockholders Mosquito Creek 1850 Memorial 451/21

ROBERTSON, William and John sheep farmers Mosquito Creek 1851 Memorial 157/34

ROBERTSON, William sheep farmer Woolgoburg Station 1865 Memorial 107/205

ROBERTSON, William stockholder Moy Hall Hundred of Naracoorte land grant 1868[-1874] Grant Book 50 Page 92 County Robe

ROBERTSON, William sheep farmer Moy Hall, Narracoorte Narracoorte 1877[-1887] Memorial 225/308

ROBERTSON, William settler Moy Hall linked with the late John Robertson settler formerly of Struan House Robertson Plains now deceased 1884 Memorial 38/362

ROBERTSON, William sheep farmer near Narracoorte 1887 Application 21147

No 2

ROBERTSON, William farmer Walloway 1888 Memorial 225/391

ROBERTSON, William gentleman Walloway PO 1898 Memorial 27/435

No 3

ROBERTSON, William saddler Hopetoun Out of Hundreds. Hopetoun (later Innamincka Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1890 Grant Book 65 Page 204 County Not named

No 4

ROBERTSON, William farmer Coomooroo Co Dalhousie 1897 Memorial 59/431

No 5

ROBERTSON, William surgeon Adelaide 1912 Memorial 113/466

ROBERTSON, William physician and surgeon Adelaide 1915 Application 26478

ROBERTSON, William Arthur grazier Blakiston 1952 Memorial 36/528

ROBERTSON, William Frederick Stewart grazier Inman Valley 1963, declared that he had been born on 6/7/1900. Also owned Nyroca One Tree Hill. He was at 17 Cornhill Rd, Victor Harbor by 1965 Application 29514

No 1

ROBERTSON, William George labourer Robe S-E 1923[-1947] Memorial 4/488, Application 28513

ROBERTSON, William George retired gentleman Robe, aged 68 in 1948, declared that he had lived in the area for 52 years Application 28630

No 1

ROBERTSON, William Kenneth journalist Pt Lincoln 1929 Memorial 168/501

ROBERTSON, William Kenneth journalist 104 Kenilworth Rd, Parkside 1953, declared that he had been born on 15/9/1905 at Adelaide. He lived at Pt Lincoln between 1927-1937 when he was a journalist with the Pt Lincoln Times Office. He bought Allotment 388, between London and Washington Sts, Pt Lincoln, with the idea of building a house, but he left the town before that happened. He used to spend Saturday afternoons clearing the land and doing fencing Application 28915

ROBERTSON, William Kite wheelwright Portland Estate 1878 Application 16987

ROBERTSON, WS law clerk Adelaide 1906 Memorial 210/454

ROBESON, Richard Henry Albert painter Hope Valley and Marie Teresa Robeson his wife 1917[-1920] Memorial 146/475

ROBILLIARD, Edward Evans gentleman Parkside and Ellen Mary Robilliard his wife 1905 Application 25030

No 1

ROBIN, Charles draper Adelaide (pt TA 143 in Grenfell St - 21-year lease) 1850 Memorial 443/20

ROBIN, Charles merchant Adelaide 1851 Memorial 234/37

ROBIN, Charles gentleman Adelaide sub-divided Section 309 Survey B into 5-acre allotments c1852, after purchasing the Section from Charles James Fox CAMPBELL gentleman Campbelltown. Some time later, Robin died in Guernsey in parts beyond the sea Application 20684

ROBIN, Charles merchant Adelaide at present in parts beyond the seas 1853 linked with James Robin merchant and John De Quetteville Robin draper Adelaide Memorial 303/60

ROBIN, Charles merchant Adelaide 1854 Memorial 187/69

ROBIN, Charles merchant formerly of Adelaide but now of the Island of Guernsey CI 1861 Memorial 132/178

ROBIN, EH clerk Savings Bank of SA Adelaide 1877 Memorial 16/301

No 1

ROBIN, James merchant Adelaide 1852[-1880] Memorial 377/39.

ROBIN, James merchant Adelaide (East Tce) 1870 Application 10842

ROBIN, James merchant Kent Town, Rowland Barberson Robin and Henry Nicholas Robin merchants Adelaide (Grenfell St) trading under the style or firm of James Robin & Co 1894. James Robin died 23/7/1894, leaving a widow, Charlotte Margaret Barbenson Robin and two sons, Rowland Barbenson Robin and Henry Nicholas Robin merchants Adelaide (Grenfell St). James De Quetteville Robin minister of the gospel Armadale Vic linked with this family Memorial 232/426

ROBIN, James merchant Adelaide, died 23/7/1894 Application 24602

No 1

ROBIN, Stella Ann widow North Adelaide and Theodore HACK of Pt Adelaide timber merchants Pt Adelaide carrrying on business under the style and firm of Robin & Hack 1880 Memorial 202/321

ROBIN, Stella Ann widow North Adelaide and Theodore HACK of Pt Adelaide timber merchants Pt Adelaide carrrying on business under the style and firm of Robin & Hack, declared bankrupt at a meeting of creditors on 8/8/1884 Memorial 72/413

No 1

ROBIN, Theophilus and LE MESSURIER, Peter of Pt Adelaide trading in copartnership under the style or firm of Robin & Le Messurier merchants 1859[-1868] Memorial 262/151

ROBIN, Theophilus shipping agent Adelaide (Currie St) 1866 Memorial 124/221

ROBIN, Theophilus timber merchant Woodville trustee Pt Adelaide Wesleyan Church 1862, died 19/9/1874, of erysipelus and effusion of the brain, aged 44 Application 20393

No 1

ROBIN, Theophilus Hedley timber merchant North Adelaide linked with Stella Ann Robin widow North Adelaide 1883 Memorial 35/350

ROBIN, Theophilus Hedley retired company director 62 Burnside Road, Kensington Gardens, died 12/6/1940, of pypostatic pneumonia, myocardial degeneration and coronary th rombosis, aged 81. Born at Pt Adelaide. Remarried aged 75. 2 daughters living Memorial 134/525

No 1

ROBINS, Daniel gentleman North Adelaide 1857 Memorial 28/125

ROBINS, Daniel gardener Paddy Carey's Gully 1871[-1875] Memorial 76/252

ROBINS, Elisha teamster Auburn 1855 Memorial 145/92

No 1

ROBINS, George farmer Findon 1852 Memorial 144/46

No 2

ROBINS, George plumber and glazier Adelaide 1854[-1859] Memorial 444/74

ROBINS, George [formerly of Adelaide but now] painter Unley Road and Mary Robins his wife 1865 Memorial 219/202

ROBINS, Mary widow Parkside 1871 relict of the late George Robins painter Unley Road near Adelaide Application 11316

No 1 – perhaps the same person FIND check path

ROBINS, Henry farmer Mannanarie. Hundred of Mannanarie land grant 1881 Grant Book 13 Page 83 County Dalhousie

ROBINS, Henry labourer Hundred of Yongala. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1908 Grant Book 13 Page 210 County Dalhousie

ROBINS, Jeremiah of the Burra Burra Mines 1849 Memorial 335/15

No 1

ROBINS, John of Reedy Creek 1854 Memorial 186/75

ROBINS, John miner Reedy Creek 1855 Hundred of Kapunda land purchase Memorial 6/83

ROBINS, John farmer Sandy Creek 1862 Memorial 211/181

ROBINS, John farmer Allen Creek 1862 Memorial 337/204

Farmer Allendale near Kapunda linked with William Robins farmer Allen Creek near Kapunda 1865 Memorial 338/204

ROBINS, John 53 widower farmer Allendale (Father: William Robins) married Emma Ann BARKER 47 widow Kapunda (Father: John GROWENT) on 25/6/1868 John Robins home Allendale. Minister: J HANCOCK. Witnesses: W HANNETT farmer Bagot Well and S Hannett of Bagot Well. Her sons, John Thomas Barker chemist Beetaloo and Henry Bailey Barker accountant Norwood 1886 Application 20854

ROBINS, John farmer Kapunda 1873 Application 12964

ROBINS, John farmer Kapunda, died 9/8/1887, of chronic bronchitis, aged 73. Former Allendale Bible Christian Chapel trustee Application 21691

ROBINS, John gentleman Kapunda, died 9/8/1887 Victoria township at Kapunda. His wife, Emma Ann Robins, to live in the family home for her lifetime, or during her widowhood, with the right to half the stable (the other half for her step-son, William Robins miller Marrabel) and an income of £40 a year from the estate. The two Robins children, William Robins miller Marrabel and Grace JOSE wife of Jeremiah Jose blacksmith Hamilton, to inherit the house and the rest of the estate in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant. If a division of the estate could not be agreed upon, the estate to be sold and the proceeds shared equally. William Robins miller Marrabel died 19/1/1912 Kapunda. Husband of Frances Robins. 5 children - John Henry Robins, Edwin Robins agent Norwood, William Grose Robins, Paulina HALLAM married woman East Adelaide, and Renee RULE married woman Kapunda. John Robins' widow - Emma Ann Robins - died 7/12/1913 North Adelaide. After Emma Robins' death, her step-daughter Grace Jose sold the Robins estate, except the furniture which was worn out. The sale brought £1,629/14/- 1915 Application 26438

ROBINS, John gentleman Victoria township near Kapunda, died 9/8/1887. Husband of Emma Ann Robins. Children - William Robins miller Marrabel, & Grace JOSE wife of Jeremiah Jose blacksmith Hamilton on the Light Memorial 205/388

ROBINS, John died 9/8/1887. His widow, Emma Ann Robins, died 7/12/1913. His son, William Robins, died 19/1/1912. John Robins' daughter, Grace Jose nee Robins wife of Jeremiah Jose blacksmith formerly of Hamilton on the Light but now of Brinkworth, inherited her father's estate Memorial 68/470 & RPA Search 1041

ROBINS, John Henry miller Marrabel. Allendale Bible Christian Chapel (pt Section 1564 Hundred of Kapunda ) trustee 1889 Application 21691

No 1

ROBINS, John William labourer Brighton 1888 Memorial 233/389

ROBINS, John William labourer Brighton Co Adelaide. Hundred of Crystal Brook land grant 1891 Grant Book 60 Page 236 County Victoria

ROBINS, Samuel labourer Adelaide 1848 Memorial 61/13

No 1

ROBINS, William farmer Allen Creek near Kapunda 1866[-1890] Memorial 10/209

ROBINS, William farmer Allendale North 1878 Memorial 5/312

ROBINS, William farmer Kapunda Allendale Bible Christian Chapel (pt Section 1564 Hundred of Kapunda ) trustee 1889 Application 21691

ROBINS, William farmer near Kapunda Hundred of Kapunda land grant 1892 Grant Book 44 Page 134 County Light

ROBINS, William farmer Kapunda 1899 Memorial 162/437

ROBINS, William gentleman Kapunda, died c1912. Executors; Frances Robins widow Kapunda, John Henry Robins miller Marrabel and William Grose Robins miller Kapunda Memorial 102/466

ROBINS, William farmer Allendale 1875 Application 14416.

ROBINS, William formerly farmer Allen Creek and Kapunda but now miller Kapunda 1895 Application 22865

ROBINS, William miller Kapunda 1890, purchased land from the Kapunda Roller Flour Milling and Mercantile Co Ltd, which had been operating since at least 1889 Application 21746, LTO 537/16

ROBINS, William 22 farmer Allen Creek (Father; John Robins) married Frances SAMPSON 22 of Summer Hill (Father; Henry Sampson) on 24/12/1863 Groom's residence, Allen Creek. Minister: Thomas Allen. William Robins miller Kapunda, died 19/1/1912. His widow Frances Robins, died 17/5/1923, of cerebral thrombosis, and hemiplegia, aged 80. Born in Cornwall, England, she came to SA 75 years ago. Married aged 22 years. 2 sons and 2 daughters living. One son deceased. In 1912, the following children were alive - John Henry Robins miller Marrabel, Lina HALLAM wife of John Hallam commercial traveller East Adelaide, Wiliam Grose Robins miller Kapunda, Edwin Robins land agent Norwood, Rene RULE wife of William Victor Rule commercial traveller Kapunda (she looked after her mother until her mother died, and also did her business for her). Edwin Robins land agent Queen St, Norwood, died 30/11/1920, of cardio vascular degeneration and 4 days' uraemia, aged 55. He married aged 25. Three daughters - Laura LEWIS widow of the late William Lewis of Evandale, Grace Robins, and Stella Robins Application 26950

ROBINS, William George Alfred mason Clare 1952 Application 28852

ROBINS, William John stationhand Burra. His wife, Ivy Lucy Christina Robins, died 6/6/1946 Memorial 74/521

ROBINSON, Addison farmer Templers 1885[-1886] Memorial 101/371

ROBINSON, Albert Edward farmer Mannum 1897 Memorial 176/430

No 1

ROBINSON, Alexander labourer Walkerville 1850[-1855] Memorial 571/25

ROBINSON, Alexander labourer Willaston near Gawler 1868 Memorial 27/237

ROBINSON, Alexander labourer formerly of Walkerville but now of Willaston 1885 Memorial 51/366

ROBINSON, Alexander labourer Willaston linked with William Henry Robinson plasterer Willaston 1892 Application 22326

No 2

ROBINSON, Alexander farmer Strathalbyn 1856 Memorial 326/106

No 3

ROBINSON, Alexander carrier Adelaide (Market St) 1862, died c1867. He left his entire estate to his wife, Mary Robinson, absolutely Memorial 214/218, Enrolment 57/47

No 1

ROBINSON, Alfred labourer Glanville 1875 Application 14393

No 2

ROBINSON, Alfred, John and Joseph farmers East Payneham 1878[-1879] Memorial 134/305

ROBINSON, Alfred, John, and Joseph Robert farmers East Payneham 1881 Application 18151

ROBINSON, Alfred and Joseph Robert farmers Magill 1886 Memorial 41/378

ROBINSON, Alfred farmer East Payneham 1887 Application 21219

ROBINSON, Alice Elizabeth spinster Encounter Bay 1858 Memorial 336/135

No 1

ROBINSON, Alick Stephen carpenter Houghton had links with Chain of Ponds 1907 Application 25282

ROBINSON, Alick Stephen carpenter Houghton 1926 Application 27462

No 1

ROBINSON, Angus shepherd Saddleworth Hundred of Alma land grant 1857 Grant Book 26 Page 70 County Gawler

ROBINSON, Angus shepherd formerly of Saddleworth 1857 but now of Hoyle Plains 1865 Application 6311

ROBINSON, Arthur Andrew sheepfarmer Sheringa 1929 Memorial 150/501

No 1

ROBINSON, Benjamin yeoman Section 358 near Adelaide 1844 Memorial 325/3

ROBINSON, Benjamin gentleman formerly of Adelaide, but now of McLaren Vale 1847 Memorial 44/10

ROBINSON, Benjamin of Divenry Farm

ROBINSON, Charles Henry grazier Noarlunga, aged 57 in 1959, declared that he had lived in the area all his life Application 29344

No 1

ROBINSON, Daniel labourer Enfield 1854[-1855] Memorial 327/64

No 2

ROBINSON, Daniel farmer Emu Vale Glendore Primitive Methodist Chapel trustee 1864 Memorial 202/197

ROBINSON, Daniel farmer Black Springs 1866[-1874] Memorial 298/209

No 3

ROBINSON, Daniel farmer Emu Vale 1938 Application 28122

ROBINSON, Daniel Clark farmer Black Springs near Burra Co Burra. Hundred of Mannanarie land grant 1880 Grant Book 13 Page 82 County Dalhousie

No 1

ROBINSON, Daniel Thomas farmer Walloway. Hundred of Walloway land grant 1882 Grant Book 13 Page 223 County Dalhousie

ROBINSON, Daniel Thomas retired farmer 45 Wattle St, East Fullarton, died 18/5/1933. Husband of Thomazine Mary Robinson. Father of Alice Pearl Mary Robinson no description. Other children mentioned but not named. Estate worth £7,916 Memorial 133/506

No 1

ROBINSON, David labourer McLaren Vale 1854 Memorial 393/69

ROBINSON, David labourer Bellevue McLaren Vale 1855[-1857] Memorial 143/90

ROBINSON, EA proclaimed bank manager Crystal Brook 1932 Memorial 26/506

No 1

ROBINSON, Edwin cordwainer Norwood 1865[-1884] Memorial 147/203

ROBINSON, Edwin of The Parade, Norwood 1865 Memorial 140/206

ROBINSON, Edwin bootmaker The Parade, Norwood 1872 Application 12076

ROBINSON, Edwin bootmaker Norwood Norwood Wesleyan Chapel trustee 1877[-1882] Application 16053, Application 19463

ROBINSON, Edwin boot manufacturer Norwood 1884[-1890] Memorial 175/361

ROBINSON, Elizabeth widow Virginia linked with Matthew Robinson farmer Virginia 1882 Memorial 8/338

ROBINSON, Ethel Rose spinster Millbrook had links with Chain of Ponds 1907 Application 25282

No 1 - likely to be the same person

ROBINSON, Ezra settler Brighton 1848[-1853] Memorial 460/12

ROBINSON, Ezra farmer Yankalilla 1854 Memorial 318/68

ROBINSON, Ezra farmer Encounter Bay 1860 Memorial 26/163

ROBINSON, Ezra farmer formerly of Yankalilla 1854 but now of Encounter Bay 1867 Application 8268

No 1

ROBINSON, F of North Adelaide clerk to Rupert INGLEBY solicitor Adelaide 1857[-1858] Memorials 159/125 & 161/125

ROBINSON, F clerk to Messrs INGLEBY & EMERSON solicitors Adelaide 1861 Memorial 20/175

ROBINSON, F clerk to R INGLEBY solicitor Adelaide 1862[-1863] Memorial 37/182

ROBINSON, F clerk Adelaide 1863 Memorial 207/203

ROBINSON, F clerk to Rupert INGLEBY solicitor Adelaide 1864[-1865] Memorial 285/196, Application 23333

ROBINSON, F solicitor Adelaide 1866[-1873] Memorial 16/212

No 2

ROBINSON, Francis labourer Hindmarsh 1848 Memorial 341/13

ROBINSON, Francis yeoman Hindmarsh 1855[-1856] Memorial 124/86

ROBINSON, Francis died c1865 leaving three houses in Robert St, Hindmarsh to Elizabeth BLACKMORE no description in trust during her lifetime then to his son, Francis Robert Robinson no description, absolutelely in remainder expectant Memorial 260/206

ROBINSON, Francis 51 widower mason married Elizabeth BLACKMORE 49 widow on 22/12/1852 at Holy Trinity North Tce Adelaide. Francis Robinson mason Hindmarsh, died 25/7/1865 Hindmarsh, of liver disease aged 61. His wife, Elizabeth Robinson, died 15/4/1870 Hindmarsh, of paralysis, aged 67. F Robinson left his three cottages in Robert St, Hindmarsh, to his wife in trust for life, then to his son, Francis Robert Robinson absolutely in remainder expectant. FR Robinson was at the Oripuka Diggings Otago, New Zealand, in 1871, when he placed the land under the RPA. He sold the property to Mark LAST labourer Hindmarsh Application 11710

No 1

ROBINSON, Francis Gregory sheepfarmer Warna Grange 1900 Memorial 230/440

ROBINSON, Francis Gregory sheepfarmer Warna Grange linked with Frederick A Robinson no description 1901 Memorial 131/443

ROBINSON, Francis Robert of the Oripuka Diggings, Otago New Zealand son of the late Francis Robertson of Hindmarsh, who died 25/7/1865 Application 11710

ROBINSON, Frederick gentleman Adelaide 1875 Memorial 235/282

No 1

ROBINSON, George carpenter Adelaide 1838 Application 1889

ROBINSON, George carpenter Adelaide (Currie St) 1839 Application 1614

ROBINSON, George farmer Adelaide 1842 Memorial 157/54

No 2

ROBINSON, George painter Fieldhouse Buildings, Adelaide 1850 Memorial 105/28

ROBINSON, George formerly of Adelaide but now residing in parts beyond the seas 1864 Memorial 38/194

No 3

ROBINSON, George bricklayer Norwood 1851[1856] Memorial 143/43

ROBINSON, George bricklayer [formerly of Norwood but now of] Gilberton 1864 Memorial 37/201

No 4

ROBINSON, George gardener East Payneham 1852 Memorial 482/44

ROBINSON, George market gardener Payneham 1857 Memorial 102/123

No 5

ROBINSON, George farmer Salisbury 1857 Memorial 132/113

No 6

ROBINSON, George farmer Golden Grove 1863 Memorial 95/191

No 7

ROBINSON, George farmer Caltowie Extension. Trustee unnamed Chapel Hundred of Caltowie Hundred of Caltowie land grant 1878 Grant Book 60 Page 187 County Victoria

ROBINSON, George farmer Alma Co Gawler. Hundred of Caltowie land grant 1879 Grant Book 60 Page 191 County Victoria

No 8

ROBINSON, George blacksmith Kanmantoo 1952 Application 28853

ROBINSON, George retired blacksmith Kanmantoo, died 23/9/1953. Father of Agnes Ada Lynne nee BOTT of Kanmantoo. Executor; William Kirkby Robinson newspaper proprietor Angaston. Thomas H Robinson of Melbourne Vic mentioned Memorial 194/528

No 1

ROBINSON, George Septimus licensed victualler Balaklava 1884[-1894] Memorial 222/358, Application 22720

ROBINSON, George licensed victualler Balaklava Co Gawler. Hundred of Stow land grant 1886 Grant Book 56 Page 448 County Stanley

ROBINSON, George Septimus licensed victualler Balaklava. Hundred of Cameron land grant 1901 Grant Book 15 Page 32 County Daly

ROBINSON, Gordon Daniel Pellew farmer Freeling 1929, purchased the Freeling Forest Reserve (Section 141 Hundred of Light) from the SA Company Application 27742

No 1

ROBINSON, Henry farmer Whites Forest near Charlton. Hundred of Wongyarra land grant 1865 Grant Book 23 Page 59 County Frome

ROBINSON, Henry teamster Whites Forest near Laura. Hundred of Appila land grant 1880 Grant Book 24 Page 503 County Frome

ROBINSON, Henry the Elder farmer Appila. Hundred of Booleroo land grant 1882 Grant Book 24 Page 623 County Frome

No 2

ROBINSON, Henry farmer near Melrose Co Frome. Hundred of Booyoolie land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 148 County Victoria

ROBINSON, Henry clerk Pt Pirie 1881 Book 13 Page 289 County Dalhousie

No 1 - Henry Parker Robinson

ROBINSON, Henry carpenter Adelaide and Elizabeth Robinson his wife 1839 Memorial 490/96

ROBINSON, Henry carpenter Adelaide 1839 Application 17292

ROBINSON, Henry licensed victualler Adelaide 1843[-1844] Memorial 306/3

ROBINSON, Henry Parker licensed victualler Adelaide 1852 Memorial 362/45

ROBINSON, Henry gentleman Lower Mitcham 1855[-1860] Memorial 172/84

ROBINSON, Henry Parker gentleman Lower Mitcham 'being in perfectly solvent circumstances' … 'some time since happily intermarried with Elizabeth COURTICE spinster, the daughter of James Courtice farmer of Devon, England' 1861 Memorial 451/179

ROBINSON, Henry Parker gentleman Lower Mitcham 1874 Application 13464

ROBINSON, Henry Parker gentleman Lower Mitcham, acted as local attorney for people living abroad with business interests in SA. In March 1875, HP Robinson made the duties over to other people to act in his place Memorial 74/303

ROBINSON, Henry Parker gentleman Lower Mitcham, died c1875. He left his entire estate in trust for his wife, Elizabeth Courtice Robinson, for her life, then some real estate absolutely in remainder expectant to Annie Maria SCOTT 'who now resides with us should she be alive', while the rest of the estate went in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant to the children of Captain William ROUSE of the steamer Cland Hamilton. If the children have all died, then the balance of the estate to be divided equally between Annie Maria Scott and Mary Rouse, the mother of the abovementioned children or wholly to the survivor Memorial 120/282

ROBINSON, Herbert Charles blacksmith Millbrook had links with Chain of Ponds 1907 Application 25282

ROBINSON, Hugh Stewart farmer Franklin Harbour 1890[-1891] Memorial 78/405

No 1

ROBINSON, James gentleman Thebarton 1852 Memorial 148/40

ROBINSON, James licensed victualler Fountain Inn Encounter Bay 1855 Memorial 67/84

ROBINSON, James licensed victualler Fountain Inn Encounter Bay 1857 He took over the lease from HMOF BLAKE. John Robin HARRIS Esquire Adelaide owned the hotel Memorial 16/115

ROBINSON, James licensed victualler Woodside 1865 Memorial 150/204

ROBINSON, James licensed victualler Kooringa 5-year lease at £312 a year for the Burra Burra Hotel from John KENT spirit merchant Kooringa 1866 Memorial 26/211

No 2

ROBINSON, James now of Wilmington 1881 Memorial 146/331

No 3

ROBINSON, James farmer Redhill Hundred of Pinda land grant 1882 Grant Book 24 Page 591 County Frome

ROBINSON, James Hastings farmer Noarlunga 1947, declared that he was born on 28/6/1875 at Noarlunga, where he had lived for the whole of his life Application 28555

No 1

ROBINSON, James I storekeeper Nairne 1900 Memorial 189/440

ROBINSON, James Iredale storekeeper Nairne 1903 Memorial 36/450

No 1

ROBINSON, John carter Gawler Plains 1850 Memorial 444/26

No 2

ROBINSON, John and Thomas farmer near Stockport 1872[-1874] Memorial 188/258

No 3

ROBINSON, John labourer Le Fevre Peninsula 1876 Application 15534

No 4

ROBINSON, John farmer Hoyleton 1881 Memorial 7/329

No 5

ROBINSON, John farmer Brighton Hundred of Hall land grant 1882 Grant Book 56 Page 218 County Stanley

No 6

ROBINSON, John gardener Pt Victor Hundred of Encounter Bay land grant 1901 Grant Book 36 Page 93 County Hindmarsh

ROBINSON, John Fenton saddler Woodside 1854[-1893] Memorial 346/66, Application 27248

No 1

ROBINSON, John Jesse farmer Brighton 1877[-1881] Application 16399, Memorial 7/329

ROBINSON, John Jesse out of business Hoyleton Hundred of Hall land grant 1885 Grant Book 56 Page 220 County Stanley

ROBINSON, Mary Ann wife of John Jesse Robinson farmer Brighton and widow of David CRAFER, died 20/5//1878, of pecullent cancer of the breast, aged 60 Application 18413

ROBINSON, John Male mason Salisbury 1853 Memorial 295/55

No 1

ROBINSON, John Slater and Thomas storekeepers Stirling East 1884 Memorial 118/358

ROBINSON, John Slater baker and storekeeper Stirling East, died 3/1/1886 intestate. Letters of administration to his widow, Janet Robinson. Estate worth £1,400 1888 Application 21469

ROBINSON, John Thomas sheep farmer One Tree Hill in the Sources of the Little :Para 1927 Memorial 83/497

No 1 – FIND check runs

ROBINSON, John Tom farmer Auburn Co Stanley. Hundred of Kingston land grant 1869 Grant Book 8 Page 175 County Burra

ROBINSON, John Tom labourer Mintaro linked with William David Robinson labourer Mintaro 1910 Memorial 49/463

ROBINSON, John Wall mason Salisbury 1853 Memorial 201/57

ROBINSON, Joseph George plasterer Walkerville (Father: George Robinson) 1884. Linked with Isabella Ann Robinson of Walkerville Application 26546

ROBINSON, Leonard stockholder Robe 1862 Memorial 201/183

ROBINSON, Lewis teamster Houghton had links with Chain of Ponds 1907 Application 25282

ROBINSON, Lionel George trading in co-partnership with William CLARK as brokers and dealers 27 Grenfell St, Adelaide, about to proceed to visit England, power of attorney to William Clark to manage his SA business affairs during his absence 11/11/1897 Deposit 83/1897

No 1

ROBINSON, Louis grazier Pt Pirie 1910 Memorial 67/462

ROBINSON, Louis grazier formerly of Pt Pirie but now of The Levels 1910 Memorial 26/463

ROBINSON, Louis farmer Clare 1914 Memorial 111/471

ROBINSON, Louis farmer formerly of Clare but now of Salisbury 1918 Memorial 78/476

ROBINSON, Louis farmer Main North Road, Prospect 1920 Memorial 145/480

ROBINSON, Mary of Market St, West Adelaide. Mother of Thomas Robinson, Alexander Robinson and Margaret Robinson. Executors; Thomas Robinson and William FIVEASH 1867 Memorial 177/258

No 1

ROBINSON, Matthew and Thomas William farmers Virginia 1886 Application 20875

ROBINSON, Matthew farmer Virginia 1909[-1921] Memorial 61/462

No 1

ROBINSON, Michael farmer Parilla trustee Parilla School 1920 Grant Book 12 Page 99 County Chandos

ROBINSON, Michael farm labourer Parilla. Hundred of Parilla land grant 1922 Grant Book 12 Page 100 County Chandos

ROBINSON, Raymond Edward panelbeater Burra North (formerly called Aberdeen) 1948 Memorial 15/523

ROBINSON, Richard labourer East Wellington Hundred of Brinkley land grant 1898 Grant Book 58 Page 345 County Sturt

No 1

ROBINSON, Robert Esquire Walkerville 1851[-1856] Hundred of North Rhine land grant 1851 Memorial 111/48 Hundred of Kapunda land grant 1853 Memorial 205/48

No 2

ROBINSON, Robert Esquire Adelaide. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1851 Grant Book 1 Page 21 County Adelaide

ROBINSON, Robert gentleman Adelaide 1852[-1853] Memorial 387/41

ROBINSON, Robert gentleman North Adelaide 1854 Memorial 120/72

No 3

ROBINSON, Robert of Morphett Vale 1854 Memorial 228/72

No 4

ROBINSON, Robert farmer Greenhills near Macclesfield 1860[-1866] Memorial 304/162, Application 5968

ROBINSON, Robert farmer Greenhills 1871 Application 11282

No 5

ROBINSON, Robert mason Pt Elliot 1884 Application 20643

No 1

ROBINSON, Robert Bannister cashier at the Burra Copper Works 1854 Memorial 416/77

ROBINSON, Robert Bannister gentleman Kooringa 1860 Memorial 26/169

ROBINSON, Robert B of the Burra Copper Works 1862 Memorial 80/186

ROBINSON, Robert Bannister Esquire Woodforde 1865 Memorial 300/200

No 1

ROBINSON, Samuel Esquire Hill River linked with William Robinson Esquire Hill River and Eliza Jane Robinson his wife 1856 Memorial 80/267

No 2

ROBINSON, Samuel labourer Mintaro 1862 Application 3317

No 2

ROBINSON, Samuel farmer Salisbury 1886 Memorial 61/374

ROBINSON, Samuel gentleman Salisbury, died 30/9/1891. Husband of Emily Robinson Memorial 52/411

No 3

ROBINSON, Samuel licensed victualler Kenton Arms Gumeracha 1891 Memorial 13/408

No 4

No 1

ROBINSON, Samuel Clarke labourer Enfield 1854 Memorial 137/67

ROBINSON, Samuel Clark yeoman Mintaro 1858 Memorial 346/137

ROBINSON, Samuel butcher Mintaro Hundred of Hanson land grant 1870 Grant Book 56 Page 261 County Stanley

ROBINSON, Samuel farmer Mintaro Co Stanley. Hundred of Mannanarie land grant 1877[-1880] Grant Book 13 Page 73 County Dalhousie

ROBINSON, Samuel farmer Clare Co Stanley.l Hundred of Mannanarie land grant 1885 Grant Book 13 Page 84 County Dalhousie

ROBINSON, Samuel farmer Mannanarie 1891 Memorial 219/409

ROBINSON, Samuel farmer Mannanarie. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1895 Grant Book 13 Page 204 County Dalhousie

ROBINSON, Sophia of Encounter Bay 1874 Memorial 30/361

No 1

ROBINSON, Sparkhall storekeeper Adelaide (Wakefield St) 1855 Memorial 260/81

ROBINSON, Sparkhall storekeeper Smith Creek Gawler Plains declared insolvent 1856 Memorial 489/100

ROBINSON, Sparkhall formerly grocer Adelaide but now farmer Dublin 1881 Memorial 216/334

ROBINSON, Sparkhall farmer Balaklava Hundred of Dalkey land grant 1881 Grant Book 26 Page 231 County Gawler

ROBINSON, Sparkhall farmer Dalkey trustee unnamed Church Hundred of Dalkey land grant 1882 Grant Book 26 Page 240 County Gawler

No 1

ROBINSON, Stephen labourer Macclesfield 1850 Memorial 186/28

ROBINSON, Stephen blacksmith Macclesfield 1862 Memorial 13/186

ROBINSON, Stephen blacksmith Bull Creek 1875 Memorial 215/284

ROBINSON, Stephen blacksmith Macclesfield, died 21/3/ 1879. His widow called Sarah Robinson. Probaby the children by 1887 included: Jesse Robinson teacher Hundred of Hanson, Elizabeth CHAPMAN wife of Louis Chapman butcher Price Yorke Peninsula, John Robinson machinist Melrose and Esther Robinson spinster Macclesfield Memorial 248/385

ROBINSON, Sarah widow Kent Town 1888, relict of the late Stephen Robinson of Macclesfield, who died 31/3/1879 intestate. Letters of administration to his widow Sarah Robinson 1888. Children of the marriage - Jesse Robinson teacher Hanson; Elizabeth Chapman wife of Louis Chapman butcher Price; John Robinson machinst Melrose, and Esther Elliott wife of Arthur James Elliott printer Norwood Application 21394

ROBINSON, Sydney Gilbert butcher Gawler 1924 Application 27234

No 1

ROBINSON, Thomas labourer Enfield 1850[-1854] Memorial 405/19

ROBINSON, Thomas labourer Pine Forest on the Great North Road 1853 Hundred of Upper Wakefield land grant Memorial 460/61

ROBINSON, Thomas farmer Upper Wakefield 1854[-1866] Memorial 377/64

ROBINSON, Thomas farmer near Auburn 1862 Memorial 115/182

ROBINSON, Thomas farmer near Auburn Co Stanley. Hundred of Kingston land grant 1870 Grant Book 8 Page 175 County Burra

ROBINSON, Thomas farmer near Leasingham 1879 Memorial 160/316

No 2

ROBINSON, Thomas farmer Hutt River Special Survey 1853[-1856] Memorial 208/56

ROBINSON, Thomas farmer Penwortham 1856 Memorial 197/106

ROBINSON, Thomas farmer Hutt River Special Survey 1853 Farmer Penwortham 1862 Application 3681

ROBINSON, Thomas gentleman Hill River 1863[-1867] Memorial 62/191

ROBINSON, Thomas brewer Auburn 1867[-1868] Memorial 6/226

ROBINSON, Thomas brewer Auburn 1869 Application 9914

ROBINSON, Thomas out of business Mintaro 1906 Memorial 136/455

ROBINSON, Thomas out of business Mintaro, died 3/8/1909 Clare intestate. Estate worth £300. Husband of Mary Ann Robinson. She refused to administer the estate. His son, John Tom Robinson labourer Mintaro, undertook the job 1910 Application 25773

No 3

ROBINSON, Thomas farmer Bowden 1853 Hundred of Munno Para land purchase Memorial 90/53 Farmer Smith Creek Gawler Plains 1853[-1858] Memorial 89/54

No 4

ROBINSON, Thomas labourer Pt Elliot 1854 Memorial 44/69

No 5

ROBINSON, Thomas farmer Hundred of Belvidere 1856 Memorial 302/209

ROBINSON, Thomas farmer Kapunda 1855[-1860] Memorial 398/90

ROBINSON, Thomas farmer Hundred of Light 1857[-1860] Memorial 248/125

ROBINSON, Thomas farmer Hundred of Light Hundred of Light land grant 1861 Grant Book 44 Page 192 County Light

ROBINSON, Thomas farmer formerly of The Light 1860 but now of Pinkerton Plains, Hundred of Mudla Wirra 1870 Application 10961

ROBINSON, Thomas farmer near Hamley Bridge 1879 Memorial 206/315

ROBINSON, Thomas farmer Pinkerton Plains, died 21/7/1880. His widow, Nancy Robinson of Hamley Bridge, died 25/4/1906. Grandmother of Hilda Robinson daughter of James Robinson. Mother of Thomas Robinson farmer Nangeenan WA 1926 Memorials 95 & 96/494

ROBINSON, Thomas farmer Pinkerton Plains (of the Light River near Hamley Bridge), died 21/7/1880. His wife, Nancy Robinson, died 25/4/1906 Hamley Bridge. ROBINSON, Hilda spinster Brighton 1926 likely to be a daughter Application 27436

No 6

ROBINSON, Thomas labourer Cox Creek 1856 Stirling Bible Christian Chapel trustee Memorial 305/112

ROBINSON, Thomas gardener Cox Creek 1863 Memorial 136/191

ROBINSON, Thomas gardener Stirling 1864 Application 5013

ROBINSON, Thomas farmer Stirling East 1866[-1888] Memorial 144/208, Application 21469

ROBINSON, Thomas gentleman Stirling East 1894

Application 22711

No 7 - perhaps a continuation of No 6

ROBINSON, Thomas baker and storekeeper Stirling East 1880 Memorial 186/325

No 8

ROBINSON, Thomas farmer near Virginia Hundred of Pt Gawler land grant 1865 Grant Book 27 Page 397 County Gawler

ROBINSON, Thomas farmer Virginia 1876 Memorial 214/290

ROBINSON, Thomas farmer Virginia Bridge 1876 Memorial 47/291

ROBINSON, Thomas farmer Victoria Bridge near Pt Gawler 1877 Memorial 60/301

ROBINSON, Thomas no description, died. His widow, Elizabeth Robinson, died 6/11/1883. Their family involved in inheriting the estate included; Matthew Robinson farmer Virginia Bridge, and Thomas William Robinson the Younger farmer Virginia Bridge. William RIDGWAY farmer Virginia Bridge another executor for the estate of Thomas Robinson the Elder Memorial 171/354

No 9

ROBINSON, Thomas shoemaker Norwood 1874[-1885] Memorial 50/279

ROBINSON, Thomas bootmaker Osmond Tce, Norwood 1876 Memorial 11/291

ROBINSON, Thomas cordwainer Osmond Tce, Norwood, died 7/2/1864. Estate worth £30. The estate to his two sons, Edward and Thomas Robinson of Norwood 1902 Application 24351

ROBINSON, Thomas Barrett farmer Baroota trustee Bible Christian Chapel Hundred of Baroota land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 696 County Frome

No 1

ROBINSON, Thomas Foster labourer Adelaide 1849 Memorial 405/14

ROBINSON, Thomas Foster farmer Pt Elliot 1854[-1857] Memorial 215/64

ROBINSON, Thomas Foster farmer Point Sturt 1858 Application 75

ROBINSON, Thomas Foster farmer Point Sturt Co Hindmarsh Hundred of Malcolm land grant 1868 Grant Book 54 Page 90 County Russell

ROBINSON, Thomas Foster farmer Point Sturt Hundred of Bremer land grant 1876 Grant Book 36 Page 43 County Hindmarsh

ROBINSON, Thomas Sharp sailmaker Adelaide 1853 Memorial 158/54

No 1

ROBINSON, Thomas Shipley overseer of works Woodside and Catherine Robinson his wife 1900 Memorial 220/441

ROBINSON, Thomas Shipley overseer Oakbank and Catherine Robinson his wife 1902 Memorial 24/446

ROBINSON, Walter George merchant Adelaide and Catherine Robinson his wife 1898 Memorial 96/435

ROBINSON, Walter William coachsmith Renmark had links with Chain of Ponds 1907 Application 25282

No 1

ROBINSON, William labourer Thebarton 1840 Application 18611.

ROBINSON, William labourer South Richmond 1844 Memorial 44/4 Yeoman South Richmond 1850 Memorial 206/26

ROBINSON, William carter South Richmond 1851 Memorial 7/39

ROBINSON, William farmer South Richmond, died c1856. He left his whole estate to his wife, Ann Robinson, absolutely. Thomas Hudson BEARE farmer Netley the executor Memorial 474/96

ROBINSON, William farmer South Richmond, died c1856. His estate to his wife, Ann Robinson, ‘to be disposed of as she may think fit’ In SA by 1848. Executor Thomas Hudson BEARE gentleman Netley. When Mrs Robinson died, she had John CHAMBERS gentleman South Richmond as her executor. Application 7613

ROBINSON, Ann widow South Richmond died c1866. She had left England to emigrate to SA on 20/11/1839. She had left her brother and sister, Thomas and Mary CUNNINGHAM living in Milton St, Liverpool, Lancs. One property of about 9 acres of Section 90, Survey B, with house and garden called Day’s Place, at South Richmond, to go to Richard SHEPHERDSON, for his own use. The other property, of about 14 acres, called Mrs Robinson’s Place, for her brother and sister, if they could be found within two years after her death. John CHAMBERS stockholder South Richmond to act as executor and advertise in various newspapers for the missing relatives. If the brother and sister not found, the property to be sold and the money to go to Priscilla and Ellen CHAMBERS. [Mrs Robinson had received Day’s place in the will of John DAY, who died c1860. He left her his whole estate Enrolment 82/46

No 2

ROBINSON, William stockholder Encounter Bay 1842[-1845] Memorial 288/2

ROBINSON, William [formerly stockholder Encounter Bay but now] gentleman Adelaide 1843 [Must have remained only briefly in Adelaide before returning to Encounter Bay] Memorial 353/35

ROBINSON, William farmer Encounter Bay 1865 Application 5874

No 3

ROBINSON, William Esquire Hope Farm Hutt River about to marry Eliza Jane WOOD daughter of George Wood watchmaker Adelaide (Rundle St). Samuel Robinson stockholder Rivoli Bay linked with this family 1846 Memorial 382/6

ROBINSON, William Esquire Hope Farm Hutt River, about to marry Eliza Jane WOOD spinster, daughter of George Wood watchmaker Adelaide (Rundle St) 3/7/1846 Enrolment 71/28

ROBINSON, William Esquire Hope Farm Hill River 1846 Memorial 371/7

ROBINSON, William sheep farmer Hutt River Special Survey. He leased Section 23 on the side of Mt Horrocks, which contained the springs feeding the beginnings of Eyre's Creek 1850 Memorials 251/19, 195/170

ROBINSON, William sheep farmer Hutt River 1855 Memorial 148/89

ROBINSON, William Esquire Hill River 1859[-1863] Memorial 342/157

No 4 - likely to be the same person

ROBINSON, William sheep farmer Warnbunga Co Stanley 1849 Memorial 92/15

ROBINSON, William sheep farmer Monmonga [Hundred of Clare??] 1855 Memorial 262/95 FIND CHECK SPELLING

No 5

ROBINSON, William labourer Thebarton 1849 Memorial 116/15

No 6

ROBINSON, William labourer Pt Adelaide 1851 Memorial 461/34.

No 7

ROBINSON, William mariner Pt Adelaide 1851 Memorial 483/35

No 8

ROBINSON, William labourer Alberton 1854 Memorial 267/78

Husband of Lydia Jane Perry Robinson 1854 Memorial 110/79

No 9

ROBINSON, William shepherd Saddleworth Hundred of Alma land grant 1857 Grant Book 26 Page 66 County Gawler

ROBINSON, William shepherd Saddleworth 1865 Memorial 65/208

No 10

ROBINSON, William stationman Auburn 1864 Memorial 125/198

ROBINSON, William horse keeper mail station near Auburn 1864 Application 5309

ROBINSON, William coach station manager Auburn 1867 Application 8599

No 11

ROBINSON, William farmer Kercoonda 1869 Memorial 153/244

No 12

ROBINSON, William farmer Yongala.Yongala (Hundred of Yongala) township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 13 Page 150 County Dalhousie

No 13 – likely to be the same person

ROBINSON, William carter Pine Creek near Laura Hundred of Appila land grant 1880 Grant Book 24 Page 503 County Frome

ROBINSON, William farmer Wirrabara Hundred of Telowie land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 770 County Frome

No 14

ROBINSON, William storekeeper Lower North Adelaide 1902 Memorial 46/445

No 15

ROBINSON, William plasterer Willaston near Gawler 1915 Application 26411

No 15

ROBINSON, William grazier Meningie 1918 Memorial 31/477

ROBINSON, William formerly grazier Meningie but now farmer Clarence Park 1922 Memorial 100/485

No 1

ROBINSON, William Charles Cobb farmer Noarlunga 1908[-1914] Memorial 244/45

ROBINSON, William Charles Cobb farmer Noarlunga 1919 Application 26815

ROBINSON, William Charles Cobb farmer Noarlunga 1922, declared that he had lived in the area for 56 years Application 27085

ROBINSON, William Charles Cobb farmer and grazier Noarlunga, died 20/3/1954. Husband of Jane Annie Louise May Robinson. Father of Charles Henry Robinson farmer and grazier Noarlunga Memorial 168/529

No 1

ROBINSON, William David labourer Mintaro 1910 Memorial 49/463

ROBINSON, William David contractor Mintaro, died 8/7/1922. Husband of Charlotte Robinson of Mintaro, who died 21/9/1924 Adelaide. Parents of youngest daughter Eva PEARCE married woman Mintaro. Parents-in-law of Thomas CARPENTER butcher Hallett Memorials 79 & 85/496

ROBINSON, WE bank manager Pt Broughton 1892 Memorial 95/414

No 1

ROBINSON, William Henry plasterer Willaston near Gawler 1902 Memorial 133/446

ROBINSON, William Henry mason Willaston 1903, declared that he had lived in Willaston since1860 Application 24530

ROBINSON, William Hutchinson Methodist minister Malvern 1935 Memorial 62/509

ROBINSON, William Kirk farmer South Inkerman trustee unnamed Wesleyan Methodist Chapel Hundred of Inkerman Hundred of Inkerman land grant 1886 Grant Book 27 Page 146 County Gawler

ROBINSON, William Newman medical practitioner Kadina 1889 Memorial 1/398

ROBINSON, William Nicholls teamster Belalie Co Victoria. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1881 Grant Book 13 Page 195 County Dalhousie

ROBINSON, WJ mercantile clerk Adelaide 1918 Memorial 65/477

ROBRAHN, Friedrich blacksmith Innamincka Out of Hundreds. Hopetoun (later Innamincka Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1890 Grant Book 65 Page 204 County Not named

ROBRAHN, Ludwig bootmaker William St, Walkerville 1894. For some years before his tenancy, J ATKINSON butcher Walkerville leased the premises for his business Application 22659

No 1

ROBSON, Andrew of the Hundred of Glen Roy trustee Presbyterian Church Keppoch Hundred of Glen Roy land grant 1873 Grant Book 29 Page 289 County MacDonnell

ROBSON, Andrew farmer Kincraig Hundred of Glen Roy land grant 1876 Grant Book 29 Page 285 County MacDonnell

ROBSON, Andrew farmer Baker Range Hundred of Joyce land grant 1880 Grant Book 51 Page 3 County Robe

ROBSON, Andrew farmer Glenroy Hundred of Joyce land grant 1882 Grant Book 51 Page 9 County Robe

ROBSON, Andrew farmer Kincraig Hundred of Joyce land grant 1883 Grant Book 51 Page 9 County Robe

ROBSON, George Taylor farmer Noarlunga 1859 Memorial 214/150

ROBSON, John and Peter John butchers Mt Gambier 1876 Memorial 238/287

ROBSON, Mary spinster Le Fevre Peninsula 1854 Memorial 479/63

ROBSON, Peter overseer Padthaway 1870 Memorial 112/249

No 1

ROBSON, Peter James farmer Baker Range Hundred of Joyce land grant 1883 Grant Book 51 Page 10 County Robe

ROBSON, Peter James farmer Hundred of Conmurra Co Robe 1886 Memorial 155/379

ROBSON, Peter James grazier Lucindale trustee Showground Lucindale Hundred of Joyce land grant 1900 Grant Book 51 Page 11 County Robe

No 1 - perhaps the same person FIND LOOK

ROBSON, Peter John butcher Mt Gambier 1876 Memorial 238/287

ROBSON, Peter John farmer near Naracoorte Co Robe. Hundred of Glen Roy land grant 1876 Grant Book 29 Page 284 County MacDonnell

ROBSON, Peter John licensed victualler Adelaide (McLaren St) purchased the unexpired lease of the Black Lion Inn, Hindmarsh 1887 Memorial 173/383

No 1

ROBSON, Robert Moss gentleman formerly of Greenwich, Kent, England 1837 but now of Adelaide 1839 Application 3305

ROBSON, Robert Moss gentleman Adelaide 31/7/1838 Of Hindmarsh by 1839 [He established the Colonist Hotel on Lot 7]. Husband of Eliza Ann Robson Application 5279

ROBSON, Robert Moss gentleman Hindmarsh 1846 Memorial 8/6 Farmer Reedbeds 1848[-1849] Memorial 51/11

ROBSON, Robert Moss gentleman Le Fevre Peninsula 1853 Memorial 153/47

ROBSON, Robert Moss gentleman North Adelaide 1854 Memorial 92/67

ROBSON, Robert Moss gentleman formerly of North Adelaide but now of Goolwa 1855 Memorial 95/84

No 1

ROBSON, Thomas Binns gentleman North Adelaide (Archer St) 1871 Memorial 93/256

ROBSON, Thomas B [formerly gentleman North Adelaide but now] gardener Hectorville 1888 Memorial 232/389

ROBSON, Urwin draper Bowden 1895 Application 22942

No 1

ROBSON, William of Gawler Place, Adelaide 1845 Memorial 260/5

ROBSON, William warehouseman Adelaide (Rundle St) 1845[-1846] Memorial 349/4

ROBSON, William shopman Adelaide (Rundle St) 1845 Memorial 385/5

ROBSON, William storekeeper Adelaide 1847 Memorial 456/9 Leather merchant Adelaide 1850 Memorial 396/19 Currier Adelaide 1850 Memorial 255/39

ROBSON, William gentleman Grenfell St, Adelaide, power of attorney to John BULLOCK gentleman Franklin St, Adelaide, to sell his SA real estate and settle his business affairs 10/12/1850 Deposit 232/OA

ROBSON, William merchant Adelaide 1852 Memorial 444/39

ROBSON, William gentleman Adelaide 1852 Memorial 144/43

ROBSON, William gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now of parts beyond the seas 1853 Memorial 149/58

ROBSON, William gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now of 42 George St, Sunderland, Co Durham, England 1855[-1856] Memorial 385/95

ROBUS, Charles bootmaker North Adelaide 1847 Memorial 354/8

ROBY, Hugh of Mookra 1850[-1851] Memorial 189/44

ROBYN, John Webb Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now in parts beyond the seas 1867 Memorial 39/225

No 1

ROCHE, James farmer Mt Barker District 1855 Memorial 220/85

ROCHE, James farmer Kapunda 1859[-1864] Memorial 234/155

ROCHE, Susan Ann of Goodwood West [had links with the Carrigg family of Watervale] 1887 Memorial 45/401

ROCHE, William farmer Bagot Gap Co Light. Hundred of Yangya land grant 1877[-1879] Grant Book 60 Page 89 County Victoria

No 1

ROCHFORT, Benjamin stockholder Mosquito Plains 1854 Memorial 246/68

ROCHFORT, Benjamin Esquire Mt Schank 1860 Memorial 129/164

ROCHFORT, Benjamin stockholder Mt Schank 1860[-1862] Memorial 260/186

ROCHFORT, Benjamin farmer Mt Gambier 1860 Memorial 225/173

ROCHFORT, Benjamin sheep farmer Mt Gambier 1861 Memorial 349/177

ROCHFORT, Benjamin stockholder Mt Schank 1863 Memorial 164/191

ROCHOW, Friedrich Wilhelm farmer Angas Valley trustee unnamed Chapel Hundred of Angas Hundred of Angas land grant 1885 Grant Book 58 Page 182 County Sturt

ROCHOW, Johann Friedrich farmer Angas Valley trustee unnamed Cemetery Hundred of Angas Hundred of Angas land grant 1887 Grant Book 58 Page 183 County Sturt

ROCHOW, Johann Gottfried farmer Milendella Hundred of Finniss land grant 1891 Grant Book 58 Page 44 County Sturt

No 1

ROCHOW, Johann Gottlieb farmer Mt Torrens 1861 Memorial 95/178

ROCHOW, Johann Gottlieb farmer Hundred of Ridley Hundred of Ridley land grant 1882 Grant Book 58 Page 153 County Sturt

ROCHOW, Paul Gotthard labourer Milendella Hundred of Finniss land grant 1891 Grant Book 58 Page 44 County Sturt

No 1

ROCK, John saddler Hamilton on the Light 1865 Memorial 241/203

ROCK, John of Stockport 1869 Memorial 147/241

ROCK, John saddler Laura. Hundred of Booyoolie land grant 1873[-1880] Grant Book 60 Page 146 County Victoria

ROCK, John farmer Laura. Trustee Bible Christian Mission House Crystal Brook Hundred of Crystal Brook land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 221 County Victoria

ROCK, John saddler formerly of Hamilton on the Light but now of Laura 1878 Memorial 126/307

ROCK, John and Mary no description Quorn Hundred of Willochra land grant 1882 Grant Book 24 Page 547 County Frome

ROCK, John saddler Quorn and Frances Rock his wife 1892 Application 22330

ROCK, John JP Esquire formerly of Stockport but now of Quorn linked with FJG Rock saddler Quorn 1902 Memorial 26/446

ROCK, Frances wife of John Rock farmer Quorn and Sarah Ann BEACH wife of Frederick James Beach confectioner Sydney NSW, sisters, beneficiaries in the estate of Thomas LONG farmer Gawler Plains 1906 Application 25095

ROCK, John master mariner Quorn 1911 Memorial 83/464

ROCK, John gentleman Quorn 1911 Application 25952

ROCK, Frances [nee LONG] wife of John Rock out of business Victoria Park 1916, declared she was a daughter of the late Catherine WAY formerly LONG widow of the late Rev'd James Way. Catherine Way lived in Unley between 1871-1877 Application 26554

No 1

ROCK, Joseph Bible Christian Minister Kapunda 1861 Memorial 96/173

ROCK, Joseph Bible Christian Minister Mt Torrens 1866 Memorial 223/214

ROCK, Joseph Minister of the Gospel Auburn 1868 Memorial 15/229

ROCK, Joseph of Kooringa 1872 Memorial 247/270

ROCK, Joseph Bible Christian minister Kapunda 1876[-1877] Application 27730, Memorial 22/303

No 1

ROCK, Thomas shepherd Mt Gambier 1851[-1855] He bought a section of land near Mt Gambier Memorial 393/34 Farmer Mt Gambier 1853 Memorial 411/55

ROCK, Thomas farmer Mt Gambier Hundred of Blanche land grant 1858 Grant Book 30 Page 52 County Grey

RODDA, Alfred farmer Greens Plains West. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1914 Grant Book 14 Page 402 County Daly

No 1 - probably the same person

RODDA, Allan Martin agent Fullarton 1924 Application 27286

RODDA, AM JP licensed landbroker Adelaide (27 Waymouth St) 1941 Memorial 64/515

RODDA, Bertie Norman farmer Kadina Co Daly. Hundred of Roby land grant 1911 Grant Book 6 Page 23 County Buccleuch

RODDA, Henry M storekeeper Orroroo 1887 Memorial 229/384

No 1 - probably the same person

RODDA, John farmer Fullarton 1868[-1871] Memorial 156/231

RODDA, John gardener Fullarton 1872[-1877] Memorial 225/258

No 1 - probably the same person

RODDA, Joseph of Greens Plains 1888 Memorial 247/391

RODDA, Joseph farmer Greens Plains West. Hundred of Ninnes land grant 1902 Grant Book 14 Page 296 County Daly

RODDA, Joseph farmer Thomas Plains. Hundred of Ninnes land grant 1904 Grant Book 14 Page 297 County Daly

No 1 - the Elder

RODDA, Richard mining captain Angaston, mining captain for the Greenock Creek Mining Company 1847 Memorial 14/9

RODDA, Richard miller Angaston 1854 Memorial 402/69

RODDA, Richard miller Penrice 1855 Penrice Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee Memorial 182/88

RODDA, Richard gentleman Adelaide 1854 Memorial 11/71

RODDA, Richard the Elder Esquire Penrice 1857 Memorial 51/123

RODDA, Richard Esquire of Penrice near Angaston, died c1872. His wife Sarah Vounder Rodda to have all consumable items ‘wines, liqueurs, fuel and other household stores and provisions and the linen, china and glass’ absolutely, plus the choice of a house he owned. The rest of the property to be sold and the proceeds placed in trust for investment (Trustees William Salter Esquire Manna Brook near Angaston and George Watson farmer Angaston). One third of the income to go to the widow for her upkeep. The remainder of the income after estate expenses paid, to go into trust for the children to receive in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant after the mother died Enrolment 2/51

No 2 - the Younger

RODDA, Richard the Younger engineer Penrice 1857 Memorial 51/123

RODDA, Richard assistant Moonta 1865 Memorial 182/206

RODDA, Richard grocer Moonta 1867[-1870] Memorial 186/222

RODDA, Richard storekeeper Moonta 1876 Memorial 194/288

RODDA, Richard farmer Moonta Mines. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1905 Grant Book 14 Page 97 County Daly

RODDA, Robert Willard chemist 24 Angas Crescent, Marino and Mary Isabel Rodda, his wife 1968 Application 29683

RODDA, RV assay master Penrice 1855 Memorial 292/84

No 1

RODDA, Stephen blacksmith Bowden 1850[-1853] Memorial 181/47

RODDA, Stephen blacksmith formerly of Bowden but now of Strathalbyn 1858 Memorial 310/138

RODDA, Stephen blacksmith Strathalbyn 1854[-1877] Memorial 121/66

RODDA, Stephen blacksmith Strathalbyn and Esther Rodda his wife 1865 Memorial 148/205

RODDA, Stephen blacksmith Strathalbyn, died unstated. His wife, Esther Rodda, died 2/8/1866. Parents of Martha Christiana TAYLOR widow South Brisbane Qld 1923 Memorial 54/489

RODDA, Stephen blacksmith Strathalbyn, died 27/2/1889, of jaundice, aged 68. His blacksmith shop was built on land which had belonged to his wife, Esther Rodda, who died 2/8/1866. His daughter, Martha Christiana TAYLOR, wife of Alfred Taylor formerly tradesman Strathalbyn but now of South Brisbane Qld 1914, had inherited her mother's land Application 26383

RODDA, Esther wife of Stephen Rodda Strathalbyn, died c1865. Her land in Bowden in trust (Daniel Battams licensed victualler Adelaide and Richard HOOPER farmer Strathalbyn the trustees) for her husband for life, or until his remarriage, then to her son, Stephen Libby Sibley RODDA absolutely in remainder expectant, when he reached the age of 21. If he died without descendants before that age, the property to go in trust to Esther Rodda’s daughter, Martha Christiana, for life, and then equally to her children absolutely in remainder expectant. If both the son and daughter died without issue, the husband to get the property for life, then the trustees to sell the property. Half the proceeds to go to her nephew Joseph SIBLEY and the other half to be shared equally between her brother Simeon Sibly and her sister Hagar, wife of Horatius ALFORD of Plymouth, England Enrolment 24/47

No 1

RODDA, Stephen mason Fullarton 1852 Memorial 177/41

RODDA, Stephen gentleman Fullarton father of Emily HUDSON wife of John Hudson wheelwright Kooringa 1859 Memorial 137/248

RODDA, Stephen gentleman Fullarton father of Emily HUDSON wife of John Hudson wheelwright Kooringa 1859 Memorial 137/249

RODDA, Stephen stone mason Fullarton, died 17/7/1870. His widow, Amelia Rodda, died 20/10/1870, of old age, aged 71. Their son, John Rodda gardener Fullarton, inherited their estate Application 20937

No 1

RODDA, Stephen Libby Sibly, born 30/3/1852, to Stephen Rodda blacksmith Bowden, and Esther Rodda nee SIBLY his wife Application 20319.

RODDA, Stephen Libby Sibley gentleman Laura 1878 Memorial 49/311

RODDA, Stephen Libby Sibley gentleman formerly of Laura but now of Cairois Qld 1884. He turned 21 on 30/3/1873. Son of Stephen and Esther Rodda of Strathalbyn Memorial 55/360  20319

No 1

RODDA, Thomas butcher Kensington 1849[-1850] Memorial 51/14

No 2

RODDA, Thomas miner Penrice 1857 Memorial 10/127

RODDA, Thomas miner Kapunda 1860[-1862]. Kapunda Bible Christian Chapel member 1862 Enrolment 33/42

RODDA, Thomas smelter formerly of Kapunda 1858 but now of Wallaroo 1865 Application 6274

RODDA, Thomas miner near Moonta 1867 Memorial 159/218

RODDA, Thomas miner Moonta 1870 Memorial 76/244

RODDA, Thomas miner formerly of Kapunda but now of Moonta 1872[-1877] Memorial 44/259, Application 12029

RODDA, Thomas farmer Moonta. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1882 Grant Book 14 Page 240 County Daly

RODDA, Thomas miner formerly of Kapunda but now of Kadina 1885 Memorial 162/368

RODDA, Thomas farmer Tickera 1886 Memorial 160/380

No 3 FIND CHECK

RODDA, Thomas farmer Kulpara. Trustee Cemetery and Public School Kulpara 1873 Grant Book 14 Page 323 County Daly

RODDA, Thomas farmer Greens Plains West. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1899 Grant Book 14 Page 248 County Daly

No 3 – perhaps a continuation of No 2 FIND CHECK

RODDA, Thomas farmer Pt Broughton. Hundred of Tickera land grant 1906 Grant Book 14 Page 220 County Daly

No 1

RODDA, Thomas Henry farmer Thomas Plain near Kadina 1903[-1905] Memorial 107/448

RODDA, Thomas Henry farmer Greens Plains. Hundred of Ninnes land grant 1904 Grant Book 14 Page 297 County Daly

RODDA, Thomas Henry farmer Kadina. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1905[-1911] Grant Book 14 Page 252 County Daly

No 1

RODDA, William of Greens Plains 1888 Memorial 247/391

No 2

RODDA, William copper miner Kooringa 1896 Memorial 242/427

No 3

RODDA, William farmer Kadina 1905 Memorial 223/453

No 1

RODDA, William Charles farmer Tickera 1886 Memorial 162/380

RODDA, William Charles farmer Pt Broughton trustee a Chapel prob at Pt Broughton 1892 Grant Book 14 Page 215 County Daly

RODDA, William Murdock carpenter Penrice 1855[-1857] Memorial 304/92

RODDICK, Margaret Ritchie widow Mt Pleasant, power of attorney to Daniel HODGE Esquire Mt Pleasant, to sort out the business affairs of her late husband, the Rev’d James RODDICK 19/12/1872. The Rev’d William CLAYFIELD clergyman Mt Pleasant witnessed the document Deposit 19/1873

RODEGHIER0, Antonio mason Black Rock Plain. Dalton (later Black Rock) township allotment land grant 1885 Grant Book 13 Page 446 County Dalhousie

No 1

RODEGHIERO, August storekeeper Black Rock 1886 Memorial 117/373

RODEGHIERO, August storekeeper Black Rock Plain 1886 Memorial 131/375

RODEGHIER0, August storekeeper Black Rock near Kooringa. Black Rock (Hundred of Black Rock Plain) township allotment land grant 1893 Grant Book 13 Page 448 County Dalhousie

RODEGHIER0, Friedericke married woman Black Rock near Kooringa. Black Rock (Hundred of Black Rock Plain) township allotment land grant 1895 Grant Book 13 Page 448 County Dalhousie

No 1

RODEMANN, Louis and Wilhelm Ottomar GERKE grocers Adelaide (Rundle St) 1852 Memorial 18/44

RODEMANN, Maximilian Louis grocer Adelaide 1858 Memorial 91/135

RODEMANN, Maximilian Louis Esquire Adelaide, power of attorney to Wilhelm Ottomar GERKE Esquire Adelaide, to manage his SA business interests 15/3/1859. By 18/3/1864, then of Bückeburg, Germany, power of attorney to Johannes Adolph Theodor BUTEFISCH grocer Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs Deposit 335/OA

RODEMANN, Maximilian Louis gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now of parts beyond the sea 1861 Application 2626

RODEMANN, Maximilian Louis formerly of Adelaide but now of Bückeburg in Germany 1864 Memorial 58/257

No 1

RODEN, Henry gentleman Penola 1861[-1866] Memorial 118/174

RODEN, Henry carrier Penola 1864 Memorial 307/199

RODEN, Henry of Penola, died 8/9/1866. He left money to his wife, Ann Roden, and left his real estate to Elizabeth AIR, wife of James Air butcher Penola. James Air tram driver Murray Park Magill, died 14/8/1909. He left his estate to his wife, Emily Air, absolutely (There seems a contradiction in the wife's name here - perhaps Emily Air was James Air's second wife??). William David PATEFULL agent Magill and Bert AIR labourer Murray Park named as the executors of the will. Elizabeth AIR spinster Penola owned the Air land for many years. She married Robert WALKER of Coburg Vic and went to reside there where she died Application 28526

RODEN, Henry of Penola, died 8/9/1866. He left his entire estate to Elizabeth AIR wife of James Air butcher Penola Memorial 205/253

No 1

RODERT, Heinrich Carl miner Grünthal 1853 Memorial 151/48

RODERT, Carl farmer Echunga 1856 Memorial 444/99

RODERT, Carl farmer Strathalbyn 1856 Memorial 325/108

RODERT, Carl farmer the Bremer 1856[-1859] Memorial 14/108

RODERT, Carl farmer near Woodchester 1860 Application 1952

RODERT, Heinrich Carl formerly farmer Echunga 1861; but then stationman Hahndorf 1871 Applications 2466 & 9088

RODESTOCK, Otto hotelkeeper Eudunda 1882 Memorial 51/346

RODGER, Alexander engineer Knightsbridge 1909 Memorial 113/462

No 1

RODGER, James clerk to Messrs LYONS & LEADER land agents Adelaide 1879[-1885] Memorial 35/317, 82/329

RODGER, James clerk Adelaide 1885[-1892] Memorial 179/371

RODGERS, George yeoman Mintaro 1850[-1855] Memorial 297/26

No 1

RODGERS, James farmer Kapunda 1865 Memorial 212/206

RODGERS, James farmer St Johns near Kapunda became a bankrupt 1866 Memorial 141/216

No 1

RODGERS, John farmer Angas Park 1853[-1854] Memorial 343/49 RODGERS, John farmer Angas Park. Kapunda District land purchase 1854 Memorial 319/68

RODGERS, John farmer St Johns near Kapunda 1861 Memorial 145/183

RODGERS, John farmer formerly of Angas Park but now of Kapunda 1865 Memorial 132/203

RODGERS, John farmer formerly of Angas Park but now of St Johns near Kapunda 1865 Memorial 319/207

RODGERS, John farmer St Johns near Kapunda. Husband of Elizabeth Rodgers. Father of William Rodgers and Elizabeth MURPHY both no description 1866 Memorial 213/208

RODGERS, John farmer St Johns near Kapunda, died c1866. Sections 1439, 1440 Hundred of Belvidere, to his wife Elizabeth Rodgers in trust for life, then to his son William Rodgers and his daughter Elizabeth MURPHY, in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant. Personal estate to be divided amongst his wife and two children in equal shares absolutely Enrolment 69/46

RODGERS, Elizabeth widow St Johns, died 4/5/1879, of general debility, aged 81 Application 22174.

No 2 – perhaps the same person FIND

RODGERS, John farmer Baldina. Trustee Wesleyan Chapel Baldina. Hundred of Baldina land grant 1878 Grant Book 9 Page 9 County Burra

RODGERS, John of Boolcunda Co Newcastle 1885 Memorial 18/369

RODGERS, M of Semaphore 1915 Memorial 1/473

No 1

RODGERS, Phillip farmer St Johns near Kapunda eldest son and heir at law of the late John Rodgers formerly farmer St John's now deceased 1866 Memorial 345/208

RODGERS, Philip farmer St Johns near Kapunda eldest son and heir at law of the late John Rodgers formerly labourer Adelaide then farmer St Johns near Kapunda now deceased 1866 Memorial 247/210

RODGERS, Stephen farmer Minlacowie 1891 Memorial 37/410

No 1 - perhaps the same person

RODGERS, William dairyman North Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of Alma land grant 1857 Grant Book 26 Page 77 County Gawler

RODGERS, William farmer North Adelaide 1859 Application 954

RODGERS, William farmer St Johns near Kapunda 1865[-1875] Memorial 213/208

RODGERS, William farmer St Johns near Kapunda 1891 Application 22174

No 2

RODGERS, William the Younger farmer Stockport on the Gilbert Hundred of Willochra land grant 1882 Grant Book 24 Page 547 County Frome

RODGERS, William the Younger farmer Bruce trustee unnamed Public Cemetery Hundred of Willochra land grant 1887 Grant Book 24 Page 549 County Frome

No 1

RODRIQUEZ, Antonio shepherd near Orrie Cowie Hundred of Para Wurlie land grant 1877 Grant Book 19 Page 6 County Fergusson

RODRIGUEZ, Mary Emma of the Hundred of Para Wurlie 1887 Memorial 188/386

RODWAY, Thomas mariner Melbourne Vic. Hundred of Pirie land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 286 County Victoria

No 1

RODWELL, Christopher Brown Esquire formerly of North Bank Regent’s Park, London, Middlesex, England, but now of Adelaide 1838 Enrolment 45/35

RODWELL, CB Esquire [formerly of Adelaide but now of] Kensington 1840 Enrolment 69/20

RODWELL, CB now of Kensington, infant daughter Mary Ann Ernestine Rodwell 1842 Memorial 287/2 Now of Rock Springs near Strathalbyn 1843 Memorial 278/3 GF SHIPSTER bought his Kensington home £229. Already called Kensington House 1844 Memorial 441/3 Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now of 33 North Bank, Regent Park, London, England 1846 Memorial 482/68 Late of Adelaide, now Clerk in Holy Orders Terling, Essex, England 1849 Memorial 119/20

RODWELL, Christopher Brown Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now of Middlesex, England 1856 Memorial 142/96

RODWELL, Christopher Brown clerk in holy orders Ivor near Uxbridge, England 1856 Memorial 391/98

RODWELL, Christopher Brown formerly gentleman Kensington but now clerk in holy orders Freshford House near Bath, Somerset, England 1859[-1865] Memorial 338/156

ROE, Charles Alexander radio electrical dealer Flaxman St, Pt Lincoln 1962, declared that he had been born on 25/4/1908 at Cummins, and came to live at Pt Lincoln in 1927 in his mother's home Boston House, about 3 miles from Pt Lincoln. In 1933, he married Thelma Rae WHILLAS of Happy Valley near Pt Lincoln Application 29494

No 1

ROE, George of Mt Barker 1845. He bought land in Balhannah.

Memorial 69/5

ROE, George farmer Balhannah 1851[-1859] Memorial 336/38 ROE, George farmer Balhannah Balhannah District School trustee 1859 Memorial 21/152

ROE, George farmer Balhannah, died 11/11/1891, leaving his wife, Elizabeth Roe, a life interest in his real estate. Executors; James Roe carter Balhannah and Richard Roe farmer Telowie, Elizabeth Roe widow Balhannah, died 13/12/1900, of senile decay, aged 83 Application 24398

ROE, Gilbert Richard farmer Pekina 1887 Grant Book 14 Page 294 County Daly

No 1

ROE, Joseph farmer Pekina Co Dalhousie. Hundred of Ninnes land grant 1887 Grant Book 14 Page 294 County Daly

ROE, Joseph farmer Kadina. Hundred of Wiltunga land grant 1887 Grant Book 15 Page 2 County Daly

No 1

ROE, Henry of Redbanks Light River 1861 Memorial 27/171

ROE, Henry Lyons gentleman Redbanks Light River 1863 Memorial 289/187

ROE, Henry Lyons of Redbanks and John Henry Roe of Warcowie carrying on business as sheep farmers under the style of Henry L Roe & Co 1864 Memorial 297/192

ROE, Henry Lyons Esquire Grace Plains 1865 Memorial 80/209

ROE, Henry L stockholder Mallala 1866[-1867] Memorial 61/212

ROE, Henry Lyons farmer Mallala 1870 Memorial 176/247

ROE, Henry Lyons of Burnside 1874 Memorial 96/271

ROE, Henry Lyons stockholder and farmer Mallala 1869 Memorial 206/240

No 1

ROE, James teamster Oakbank and Mary Ann Roe his wife 1883[-1908] Memorial 223/349

ROE, James labourer Oakbank 1909, declared that he had lived near Section 25601 Hundred of Onkaparinga for over 60 years Application 25601

No 1

ROE, John shoemaker Gilbert River 1851 Application 3646

ROE, John shoemaker Gilbert River 1851 He bought Section 257 'situate near the Gilbert River and about 5 miles south-west from the Belvidere Mine Co Light' Memorial 384/69

ROE, John farmer Pt Wakefield 1855 Hundred of Upper Wakefield land grant Memorial 46/80

ROE, John shoemaker Gilbert River 1856 Memorial 164/97

ROE, John farmer near Auburn 1860 Memorial 89/166

ROE, John bootmaker South Hummocks Co Daly. Hundred of Pekina land grants 1885 Grant Book 13 Page 170 County Dalhousie

ROE, John Roman Catholic priest Gawler 1860 Memorial 233/166

ROE, Joseph farmer South Hummocks Co Daly. Hundred of Pekina land grant 1882 Grant Book 13 Page 166 County Dalhousie

ROE, Matilda spinster Adelaide 1879 Memorial 175/315

ROE, Richard farmer Hundred of Wandearah Co Victoria 1897 Memorial 201/430

ROE, Thelma Rae married woman Pt Lincoln, aged 47 in 1955, declared that she had lived in the district all her life. She was a niece of Charles Frederick William RIDGWAY farmer Pt Lincoln. He operated a stone crushing plant on Lots 974-975 between 1913-1938. Mrs Roe built a house on the site in 1940 and lived there from that point Application 29097

No 1

ROE, Thomas farmer Balhannah 1918, declared that he had lived in the district for more than 65 years Application 26641

ROE, Thomas farmer Balhannah, died 4/8/1933. Brother-in-law to Blanche Roe. Executors; Robert Desmond Roe and Allan James Roe farmers Wandearah East. Estate worth £1,306 Memorial 29/507

No 2

ROE, Thomas farmer Telowie Hundred of Telowie land grant 1897 Grant Book 24 Page 776 County Frome

ROEBUCK, George manufacturer Mt Barker 1859[-1860] Memorial 278/154

No 1

ROEDER/RODER/RÖDER, Carl farmer Walkerville 1855 Friedrichstadt land purchase [Hundred of Kuitpo] Memorial 40/80

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

ROEDER/RODER/RÖDER, Carl of Sandhurst Vic owned land in Redruth, which he leased to August BARTHOLEMAEUS storekeeper Redruth 1881 Application 18753

ROEDER/RODER/RÖDER, Louis publican Adelaide 1885 Application 20461

ROEDER/RODER/RÖDER, Johann Heinrich Julius miner Clausthal born 18/10/1800, son of Heinrich Christoph Röder miner Clausthal and his wife Christiane Charlotte nee EMMEL married Karoline Friedericke Heriette SCHMIDT born 10/8/1807 daughter of Georg Christian Shmidt miner Clausthal and his wife Johanne Henriette nee BRECHELT, on 10/6/1827 Clausthal. JHJ Röder died on the day preceding Good Friday in April 1847 at Clausthal. Five children - Julia Röder, Johanna Röder, Karl Heinrich Wilhelm Röder (Born 6/11/1833 Clausthal, baptised 8/12/1833), Wilhelm Röder and Henriette Röder (twins - the daughter died about 12 months after birth). The widow Röder brought her family to SA, where they settled at Burra. On 16/8/1856 at St Mary’s Kooringa, Mrs Röder remarried to the widower Johann Carl Christian MEYER, a miner, [who had laid out the township of Charleston on pt Section 2070, Hundred of Kooringa, in which Mrs Röder bought lot 62 on Vineyard St]. No family by this marriage. After 9 years in SA, the Röders/Meyers moved to Ironbank near Sandhurst Vic c1863. Caroline Friedericke Henriette Meyer died 31/5/1864, of 6 weeks’ chronic bronchitis, aged 56. At her death, her surviving children, Julia aged 35 years, Johanna aged 32 years, Carl Heinrich (Charley) aged 30 years, Wilhelm 25 years. Mrs Meyer’s husband, Carl Christian Meyer, died 6/8/1873 Ironbark, aged 74. In 1882, KHW Röder was a mining manager at Ironbark Application 19277

ROEDER/RODER/RÖDER, Louis publican Adelaide (Sir John Barleycorn Hotel, Rundle St) 1881 Memorial 196/337

No 1

ROEDIGER, Albert Walther farmer Gawler 1923 Memorial 150/487

ROEDIGER, Albert Walther farmer and machinist Gawler 1940 Memorial 73/514

ROEDIGER, Beth Acting Clerk of the District Council of Munno Para 39 Murray St, Gawler 1963, declared that the Council had employed her since 1950 Application 29514

No 1

ROEDIGER, Carl August Julius of Adelaide 1853 Memorial 284/46

ROEDIGER, Carl August Julius [formerly of Adelaide but now] farmer Gawler River 1856[-1857] Memorial 157/98

ROEDIGER, Carl August Julius Lutheran minister Gawler River 1882 Memorial 80/345

ROEDIGER, Julius Lutheran Pastor opened St Johannes' Evangelical Lutheran Church at Gregory near Wilmington in 1891. Pastor G SIEGLE and Pastor Johann THIESENN and their congregations used the church as well. Roediger trustees - August Hermann NOLL farmer Wilmington, Johann Joachim GLOEDE farmer Gregory and Ferdinand Adolph Johann GEBERT farmer Pinda. Pastor Siegle's trustees - Carl HAMPEL the Elder farmer Gregory, Ernst Otto BOECKMANN farmer Gregory. Pastor Thiessen trustees - Johann SCHUPPAN farmer Gregory and Johann Gottlob KUBANK farmer Wilmington Memorial 170/409

ROEDIGER, Julius Lutheran clergyman and farmer Buchsfelde and his wife, Marie Henriette Roediger (Born Stuttgart, Germany. In Aust 62 years, died 11/6/1908, of cerebral haemorrhage, cardiac failure, rena cculus and morbus renum, aged 71) had the following children who left descendants - by 1909, Otto Hermann Roediger farmer Lorquon Vic; Conrad Heinrich Eduard Roediger late of near Gawler deceased 19/2/1902 of acute perforate appendicitis and septic peritonitis, aged 33 (heir Constance Doreeen Roediger of Gawler, aged 8); Friedrich Wilhelm Roediger farmer near Gawler; Albert Walther Roediger farmer near Gawler; Caroline Marie Pauline PERRY married woman Payneham; Lydia Elisabeth Friedericke TRELOAR married woman Gilberton; Esther Marie Dorothea DAWKINS married woman Hamley Bridge; Julius Gottfried Roediger gentleman Mt Lofty; Bertha BRAY married woman late of near Gawler deceased (heir was Bertha Augustine Pauline Bray of Hamley Bridge, aged 20) 1909 Application 25695

No 2

ROEDIGER/RODIGER/RÖDIGER, Julius the Younger machinist Wilmington trustee Institute Wilmington Hundred of Willochra land grant 1880 Grant Book 24 Page 541 County Frome

No 1

ROEDIGER, Carl Gustav of Adelaide 1853 Memorial 284/46

ROEDIGER, Carl Gustav [formerly of Adelaide but now] farmer Gawler River 1856[-1857] Memorial 157/98

ROEDIGER, Gustav storekeeper Gawler 1862 Memorial 74/185

ROEDIGER, Gustav corn factor Gawler 1863 Memorial 68/192

ROEDIGER/RODIGER/RÖDIGER, Carl Gustav wheatbuyer Gawler 1868 Memorial 64/228

ROEDIGER/RODIGER/RÖDIGER, Carl Gustav storekeeper Gawler 1870 Application 11071

ROEDIGER/RODIGER/RÖDIGER, Carl Gustav merchant Gawler 1872 Application 12409

ROEDIGER/RODIGER/RÖDIGER, Carl Gustav cornfactor Gawler 1884 Application 20203

ROEDIGER, CG merchant Gawler 1885 Memorial 101/369

No 1

ROEDIGER/RODIGER/RÖDIGER, Johann Franz Eduard of Adelaide 1853 Memorial 284/46

ROEDIGER, Johann Franz Eduard [formerly of Adelaide but now] farmer Gawler River 1856[-1882] Memorial 157/98

No 1

ROEDIGER, Johann Gottfried of Adelaide 1853 Memorial 284/46

ROEDIGER, Johann Gottfried [formerly of Adelaide but now] farmer Gawler River 1856[-1857] Memorial 157/98

ROEDIGER, Johann Gottfried farmer Gawler Plains and his wife, Amalie Friederike nee REDSLOB 1875 Memorial 67/285

ROEDIGER, JG of Braybrook Junction Melbourne Vic 1892 Memorial 245/412

No 1

ROEDIGER, Johann Gottfried Hermann farmer Gawler River 1882[-1883] Memorial 80/345

ROEDIGER, Johann Gottfried Hermann retired farmer Gawler 1907 Memorial 239/457

ROEDIGER, Leonard Lewis employee of William DAWKINS & Co ironmongers Gawler, aged 47 in 1946, declared he had lived in Gawler for 7 years Application 28467

ROEDIGER/RODIGER/RÖDIGER, Mrs widow near Albury NSW 1883 Application 19612

ROEGER, Douglas Hamley Mudie Town Clerk 18 Churchill Ave, Glandore 1974 Town Clerk of the Corporation of Pt Adelaide Application 28056

No 1

ROEGER/ROGER/RÖGER, Johann Friedrich Ludwig baker North Adelaide 1853[-1854] Memorial 145/57

ROEGER/ROGER/RÖGER, Johann Friedrich Ludwig greengrocer North Adelaide 1864[-1878] Memorial 12/228

ROEHR, Carl Albert farmer near Bagot Well linked with Johann Adolph Roehr farmer near Stockwell 1875 Memorial 86/287

ROEHR, Carl Wilhelm farmer Belvidere 1862 Application 3142

No 1

ROEHR, Johann Alfred of Adelaide (6 Norman St) and Bertha Anna Auguste Roehr his wife 1914 Memorial 173/470

ROEHR, Alfred fruit canner Adelaide (6 Norman St) and Bertha Anna Auguste Roehr his wife 1926 Memorial 108/494

No 1

ROEHR, Carl Wilhelm farmer Lyndoch Valley 1853[-1856] Memorial 23/53

ROEHR, Carl Wilhelm farmer Belvidere 1855 Memorial 170/87

ROEHRIG/ROHRICH/RÖHRICH, Friedrich Wilhelm farmer Schreiberau 1855[-1861] Memorial 270/92

No 1

ROEHRIG/ROHRICH/RÖHRICH, Johann Christian farmer near Tanunda 1855 Memorial 26/91

ROEHRIG/ROHRICH/RÖHRICH, Johann Christian farmer Hundred of Belvidere 1856 Memorial 228/104

ROEHRS, Heinrich Friedrich Wilhelm Lutheran minister Bethanien 1914 Memorial 21/471

ROELL/ROLL/RÖLL, Heinrich garderer Athelstone Hundred of Dalrymple land grant 1881 Grant Book 19 Page 144 County Fergusson

No 1

ROENNFELDT, Benjamin Davey licensed victualler Pt Wakefield 1895 Memorial 202/424

ROENNFELDT, Annabella widow of Benjamin Davey Roennfeldt licensed victualler formerly of Pt Wakefield late of Adelaide 1905 Application 25089

ROENNFELDT, Emily wife of George Johann Heinrich Roennfeldt near Greenock, died 21/6/1871, of inflammation of the lungs, aged 27. [Apparently, she was a daughter of Benjamin DAVEY]. She left real estate to Benjamin Davey Roennfeldt [licensed victualler Pt Wakefield 1895] Application 22925

ROESLER/ROSLER/RÖSLER, Dienegott August farmer Mt Gambier Hundred of Mt Muirhead land grant 1877 Grant Book 31 Page 194 County Grey

ROESLER/ROSLER/RÖSLER, Theodor Carl timber merchant Gawler South 1954 Memorial 37/529

No 1

ROESNER, August Gottlieb farmer Light Pass 1853[-1854] Memorial 18/65

ROESNER, August Gottlieb farmer formerly of Light Pass 1854 but now of Kapunda 1864 Application 5281

ROESNER/ROSNER/RÖSNER, August and Ewald farmers Terowie Hundred of Terowie land grant 1879 Grant Book 40 Page 8 County Kimberley

ROESNER/ROSNER/RÖSNER, August farmer Kapunda Hundred of Terowie land grant 1881 Grant Book 40 Page 16 County Kimberley

ROESNER/ROSNER/RÖSNER, Ewald farmer Kapunda Hundred of Terowie land grant 1882 Grant Book 40 Page 17 County Kimberley

ROETHGER, Johann labourer Lobethal 1858 Memorial 77/152

No 1 - the Elder

ROFE, James labourer Adelaide 1845[-1854] Memorial 33/51

ROFE, James farmer Adelaide [1850-1853] Memorial 32/51

ROFE, James farmer Hampstead 1855[-1869] Memorial 494/82

No 2 - the Younger

ROFE, James the Younger farmer Walkerville 1849 Memorial 398/14

ROFE, James farmer Walkerville 1851. Wesleyan Methodist. Memorial 153/31

ROFE, James farmer Hampstead 1854 Memorial 494/82

ROFE, James railway overseer Pt Adelaide 1866 Memorial 132/218

ROFE, James general and railway carrier Adelaide Hanson (later Farrell Flat Hundred of Hanson) township allotment land grant 1870 Grant Book 56 Page 298 County Stanley

ROFE, James carrier Pt Adelaide 1875[-1894] Memorial 219/280, Application 24999

ROFE, James carrier Pt Adelaide trustee Pt Adelaide Wesleyan Church 1884 Application 20393

ROFE, James formerly farmer Walkerville but now carrier Pt Adelaide Enfield Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee 1894 Application 27786

ROFE, James formerly farmer Hampstead, but now carrier Pt Adelaide 1900 Application 23963

ROFE, James George clerk Pt Adelaide 1875 Application 14668

No 1

ROFE, Walter Lawry master carrier Pt Adelaide 1921 Memorial 115/484

ROFE, Walter Lawry of Largs Bay and William Taylor Rofe of Fullarton trading together under the style or firm of Rofe & Co carriers Waymouth St, Adelaide 1922 Memorial 89/485

ROFE, Walter Lawry and William Taylor Rofe carriers Adelaide 1924 Memorial 94/490

ROFE, Walter Lawry carrier Largs Bay 1937 Memorial 50/511

ROFE, Walter Lawry company director 120 Wattle St, Fullarton, died 19/2/1939. Father of Clifford James Lawry Rofe and Ila Maud STRIBLEY. Brother of William Taylor Rofe company director formerly of 3 Fisher St, Fullarton 1939 but then Grandview Grove, Toorak Gardens, who died 7/12/1947 Memorials 104 & 105/535

ROFE, William Diveral James clerk Pt Adelaide 1862 Memorial 123/185

ROFE, William Henry Wesleyan minister of the Gospel Aberdeen 1899 Application 23863

No 1

ROFE, William Taylor carrier Pt Adelaide 1904 Memorial 141/452

ROFE, WT of Messrs Rofe & Co of Bentham St, Adelaide alterations to their premises pt Town Acre 239. Architect: JH LAITY of 19 Queen's Chambers, Pirie St, Adelaide Deposit 56/1923

ROFE, William Taylor carrier formerly of Pt Adelaide but now of Adelaide 1937 Memorial 50/511

No 1

ROFF, Robert mason Bowden 1851 Memorial 210/30

ROGASCH, Gottlieb farmer Onkaparinga Survey 1856 Memorial 44/102

ROGASCH, Johann Carl ironfitter Gawler South 1882[-1883] Memorial 152/340

ROGERS, Albert farmer Wail Vic. Links with Yankalilla 1892[-1898] Memorial 156/412, Application 23547

No 1

ROGERS, Alfred Henry grazier Finniss Flat 1876 Memorial 79/292

ROGERS, Alfred Henry farmer Finniss Flat 1882 Memorial 206/341

ROGERS, Allan wheelwright Truro 1864 Memorial 335/197

ROGERS, Ann Wiffen widow North Adelaide 1885 Memorial 162/364

No 1

ROGERS, Caroline Elizabeth spinster Tusmore 1889 Application 21681

ROGERS, Caroline Elizabeth spinster formerly of Tusmore but now of Knightsbridge 1893 Memorial 28/420

ROGERS, Charles mercantile clerk Goodwood Road. Goodwood Road Wesleyan Methodist Church trustee 1901 Memorial 216/444

No 1

ROGERS, Charles Stuart farmer Blyth 1887[-1889] Memorial 180/384

ROGERS, Charles Stuart farmer Hundred of Everard trustee unnamed Church Hundred of Blyth Hundred of Blyth land grant 1888 Grant Book 56 Page 365 County Stanley

ROGERS, Charles Stuart farmer Blyth Hundred of Blyth land grant 1889 Grant Book 56 Page 366 County Stanley

ROGERS, Charles William civil servant North Unley 1923 Application 27147

No 1

ROGERS, Daniel of Paxton Square, Kooringa 1858 Memorial 137/146

ROGERS, Daniel [formerly of Kooringa but now] mason Redruth near Kooringa 1860 Memorial 248/165

No 1 - probably the same person

ROGERS, David miner Kooringa 1857 Memorial 180/130

ROGERS, David miner Hampton Burra 1876 Memorial 140/293

ROGERS, David storekeeper Hampton Hundred of Kooringa 1883 Application 19792

ROGERS, David mason Hampton near Redruth 1900 Memorial 228/440

ROGERS, David miner formerly of Kooringa but now of Hampton 1914 Memorial 194/471

ROGERS, David miner Hampton near Kooringa, died 11/1/1915. Grandfather of Ethel Alice May LANE married woman Broken Hill NSW but by 1935 at Gawler; and Stanley Montieth Lane formerly saddler Broken Hill NSW 1915 but by 1918 overseas with the AIF [was he the husband of Ethel Alice May Lane?] Memorial 116/508

No 2

ROGERS, David storekeeper Hampton 1863[-1886] Memorial 121/189

ROGERS, Edward Esquire Portee Murray River linked with William Rogers Esquire Sandergrove near Strathalbyn 1883 Memorial 92/350

No 1

ROGERS, Edwin and William Sandergrove gentlemen Sandergrove near Strathalbyn purchased Portee Station near Swan Reach and Eastern Wells 'together with the stock and plant' for £8,280 from the estate of the late Eardley Thomas Louis HEYWOOD formerly sheep farmer now deceased 1880 Memorial 203/327

ROGERS, Edwin and William Sandergrove stockholders Blanchetown 1880 Memorial 3/328

ROGERS, Edwin stockholder Sandergrove 1882 Memorial 237/345

ROGERS, Edwin Esquire Portee Murray River 1883. Linked with William Roger stockholder Sandergrove Application 19756

ROGERS, Edwin stockholder Portee 1883 Memorial 230/355

ROGERS, Edwin stockholder Swan Reach Murray River 1886 Memorial 153/377

ROGERS, Edwin stockholder Murray River 1887 Memorial 75/388

ROGERS, Edwin stockholder Sandergrove and Portee trading under the style or firm of Rogers & Co 1890 Memorial 196/402

ROGERS, Edwin stockholder Portee Station near Blanchetown 1890 Memorial 52/404

ROGERS, Edwin of Sandergrove and Portee trading as Rogers & Co, became a bankrupt in 1890 Memorial 93/406

ROGERS, Edwin stockholder Portee Station near Blanchetown 1898 Application 23749

ROGERS, Edwin stockholder Portee Station near Blanchetown and Julia Elizabeth Rogers his wife 1898[-1901] Memorial 149/435

ROGERS, Edwin stockholder Blanchetown linked with William Sandergrove Rogers stockholder The Finniss 1899 Memorial 210/437

ROGERS, Edwin grazier Sandergrove and Portee, died 17/12/1908 Memorial 217/462 & Application 29819

No 2

ROGERS, Edwin farmer Yankalilla Hundred of Melville land grant 1874 Grant Book 19 Page 69 County Fergusson

ROGERS, Edwin farmer Weaner Flat Stansbury township allotment land grant 1875 Grant Book 19 Page 462 County Fergusson

ROGERS, Edwin farmer Yorketown Hundred of Dalrymple land grant 1877 Grant Book 19 Page 136 County Fergusson

ROGERS, Edwin farmer Weaner Flat Hundred of Dalrymple land grant 1881 Grant Book 19 Page 144 County Fergusson

ROGERS, Edwin Wright and Leslie Sanders Rogers graziers Portee near Blachetown 1910 Memorial 217/462

ROGERS, FG undertaker Yorketown 1894 Application 22788

ROGERS, Francis of Callington. Father of Mary Ann LEAN wife of Thomas Lean licensed victualler Callington Inn, Callington 1851 Memorial 480/39

ROGERS, Frederick John police constable 10 Cleland Ave, Unley 1935 Application 27970

No 1 - probably the same person FIND

ROGERS, George brickmaker Bowden 1840 Application 6704

ROGERS, George butcher Adelaide 1844[-1847] Memorial 113/4

ROGERS, George farmer North Adelaide Co Adelaide 1853[-1854] Hundred of Myponga land grant Co Hindmarsh Memorial 308/56

No 2

ROGERS, George dealer Adelaide 1854 Memorial 420/65

ROGERS, George engineer Goodwood Park 1863 Application 3793

ROGERS, George gardener Goodwood Park 1863. He was still alive in 1883, but no description given Memorials 174/189, 173/353

ROGERS, George farmer Goodwood Park 1889 Application 21674

ROGERS, George farmer Albert St, Goodwood 1897 Application 23393

No 3

ROGERS, George licensed victualler Adelaide (Clarendon Hotel, Hindley St) 1856[-1857] Memorial 8/102

ROGERS, George of Hindley St West, Adelaide 1857 Memorial 176/315

ROGERS, George licensed victualler Sevenhill near Clare, died 1866. He left his estate equally absolutely between his son, William Hall Rogers, and his daughter, Fanny Frances Rogers. Executors: Joseph Edwin BLEECHMORE licensed victualler Auburn, Isaac HALL farmer South Rhine and Elizabeth HENDERSON licensed victualler Glen Osmond Memorial 116/216

ROGERS, George publican formerly of the Clarendon Hotel, Adelaide, but then of Sevenhill, died 20/10/1866. Great friends with Joseph Edwin BLEECHMORE publican Auburn, who frequently transacted his business Application 70711

ROGERS, George formerly licensed victualler Adelaide but then gentleman Glen Osmond, died 20/10/1866 intestate. In 1908, his only surviving child, Frances BICKFORD wife of John Pepperell Bickford town clerk Glenelg, took out letters of administration to settle the estate Memorial 18/459

No 4

ROGERS, George labourer Lyndoch Valley 1882 Memorial 105/343

No 1

ROGERS, George Fryer Adolphus lime burner Adelaide 1839 Cooper Adelaide 1842 Application 17253

ROGERS, George Fryer Adolphus cooper Adelaide 1879 Memorial 227/316

ROGERS, George Viney boatman Milang 1870[-1903] Memorial 92/248

No 1

ROGERS, Henry master mariner Norwood 1853[-1855] Memorial 189/50

No 2

ROGERS, Henry farmer Lyndoch Valley 1859 Memorial 168/185

ROGERS, Henry farmer Lyndoch Valley 1865 Application 6442

ROGERS, Henry farmer and District Council clerk Eden Valley 1885 Memorial 44/366

No 3

ROGERS, Henry farmer near Magill 1880 Application 18317

No 4

ROGERS, Henry labourer Prospect Hill linked with Annie Maria Rogers spinster Meadows 1907 Memorial 144/458

ROGERS, Henry Burton farmer Norwood 1855 Memorial 85/85

No 1

ROGERS, James blacksmith Adelaide 1853[-1854] Memorial 81/43 Did he go to Brompton??

No 2

ROGERS, James joiner Nairne 1854 Memorial 407/70

ROGERS, James joiner formerly of Nairne but now of Yankalilla 1856 Memorial 344/107

ROGERS, James farmer Yankalilla 1859 Application 458

ROGERS, James formerly joiner Nairne but now farmer Yankalilla 1860 Memorial 86/164

ROGERS, James farmer Yankalilla 1860 Memorial 119/163

ROGERS, James joiner formerly of Nairne but now of Yankalilla 1862 Application 3208

No 3

ROGERS, James of Brompton 1850[-1855] Memorial 12/86

ROGERS, James butcher Brompton 1855 Memorial 60/87

No 4

ROGERS, James son of John Rogers both farmers Kapunda 1855[-1865] Memorial 350/93

No 5

ROGERS, James butcher Gawler 1864 Application 5320

ROGERS, James butcher Gawler 1864[-1865] Memorial 192/194

ROGERS, James retired butcher Gawler1893 Memorial 190/416

No 6

ROGERS, James vigneron South Rhine 1883 Memorial 106/348

No 1

ROGERS, James Henry farmer Gum Creek near Kooringa linked with Mary Ann Rogers spinster Gum Creek 1884[-1907] Memorial 161/355

ROGERS, James Henry farmer Aberdeen 1935, declared he was born on 26/8/1856, the son of Richard Rogers farmer Gum Creek near Kooringa Application 27943

ROGERS, James Henry formerly farmer of near Kooringa but then gentleman Aberdeen near Kooringa, died 5/5/1937. Father of Wilhelmina Rogers spinster Aberdeen. James Henry Rogers farmer Hundred of Hanson also belonged to this family 1937 Memorials 83 & 113/511

No 2

ROGERS, James Henry farmer Hanson 1915 Application 26432

ROGERS, James Henry farmer Hundred of Hanson 1921[-1931] Memorial 17/483

ROGERS, Jeremiah farmer Myponga 1922 Memorial 43/486

No 1

ROGERS, John sawyer Adelaide 1853[-1855] Fullarton allotment purchase Memorial 425/50

ROGERS, John joiner Adelaide 1857 Memorial 151/116

ROGERS, John carpenter and joiner Adelaide 1864 Memorial 270/192

No 2

ROGERS, John labourer Adelaide 1885 Application 20720

No 3 -linked but relationship not clear

ROGERS, John miner Kapunda 1875 Application 14751

ROGERS, John miner Kapunda. Kapunda Wesleyan Chapel member 1876 Application 14752

ROGERS, John storekeeper Kapunda 1880 Memorial 68/321

ROGERS, John agent Kapunda 1919 Memorial 57/478

ROGERS, John salesman Kapunda 1946 Memorial 31/520

No 4

ROGERS, John labourer the Portland Estate 1868 Memorial 110/232

ROGERS, John labourer formerly of the Portland Estate 1868 but now of Yatala township 1876 Application 14838

ROGERS, John contractor Alberton 1882 Memorial 3/345

ROGERS, John contractor Alberton 1885 Application 20677

No 4

ROGERS, John farmer Gum Creek near Kooringa. Springfield Primitive Methodist Chapel trustee 1862 Memorial 15/292

ROGERS, John and Richard farmers Gum Creek Hundred of Hanson land grant 1865[-1868] Grant Book 56 Page 277 County Stanle

ROGERS, John farmer Alverton Farm near Kooringa 1876 Memorial 242/295

ROGERS, John farmer Gum Creek near Kooringa 1878 Memorial 195/307

ROGERS, John farmer formerly of Alverton Farm near Kooringa 1876 but now of Gum Creek 1878 Application 16786

No 5 - perhaps the same person

ROGERS, John miner Callington 1870 Application 24265

ROGERS, John miner Broken Hill NSW an executor for the will of the late John ROBERTS no description but both likely to have originated in the Callington/Kanmantoo area 1890 Memorial 208/404

No 5

ROGERS, John miner Kooringa 1877 Memorial 39/300

No 6

ROGERS, John farmer Weaner Flat Hundred of Dalrymple land grant 1881 Grant Book 19 Page 144 County Fergusson

No 7

ROGERS, John builder Willowie trustee Public Cemetery Willowie Hundred of Willowie land grant 1884 Grant Book 24 Page 745 County Frome

No 8

ROGERS, John builder Gawler 1892 Application 22217

No 9

ROGERS, John hotelkeeper Commercial Hotel Angaston 1897 Memorial 32/432

No 10

ROGERS, John storekeeper Pt Adelaide 1907 Application 25365

No 11

ROGERS, John baker Yankalilla 1909 Memorial 18/474

ROGERS, John Henry old age pensioner Prospect Hill, died 1/1/1948 Blackwood. Executor; Lindsay Alfred Rogers carrier Meadows Memorial 118/526

No 1

ROGERS, Jonathan civil engineer Adelaide 1859 Memorial 290/154

ROGERS, Jonathan civil engineer Norwood 1861 Memorial 6/175

ROGERS, Jonathan civil engineer Millicent, power of attorney to Frederick WRIGHT land agent Adelaide, to draw up an agreement on an extension of mortgage on certain property belonging to J Rogers to Jefferson Rickman STOW and Frederic James SANDERSON 14/11/1881 Deposit 116/1883

No 1

ROGERS, Joseph farmer Strathalbyn 1855 Memorial 10/87

ROGERS, Joseph farmer Sandergrove near Strathalbyn 1860 Memorial 225/170

No 2

ROGERS, Joseph contractor Strathalbyn 1857 Memorial 170/121

ROGERS, Joseph gentleman Strathalbyn 1861 Memorial 170/121

ROGERS, Joseph gentleman Mt Torrens 1862 Memorial 121/231

No 3

ROGERS, Joseph farmer Tothill Creek 1865[-1869] Memorial 104/237

No 1

ROGERS, Josiah schoolmaster Rowlands Flat Wiltshire Special Survey 1853[-1855] Memorial 367/62

ROGERS, Josiah schoolmaster Para Plains 1859 Memorial 278/149

ROGERS, Josiah schoolmaster Munno Para left the area c1861 1883 Application 19772

ROGERS, Lacy plaisterer Adelaide 1855[-1873] Memorial 428/86

ROGERS, Leslie labourer Salt Lake. Snowtown (Hundred of ?) township allotment land grant 1879 Grant Book 14 Page 166 County Daly

ROGERS, Lindsay Alfred carrier Meadows 1951, son of John Henry Rogers labourer Prospect Hill, who died 1/1/1948 Application 28813

ROGERS, Margaret widow Magill Rd, Stepney 1897 Application 23389

ROGERS, Maurice John grazier Sellicks Hill 1950 Application 28731

ROGERS, May Elizabeth Ann spinster Ynoo?? Hundred of Maitland Hundred of Maitland land grant 1877 Grant Book 19 Page 101 County Fergusson

No 1

ROGERS, Maylin dairyman The Finniss 1851[-1857] Memorial 499/38

ROGERS, Maylin farmer The Meadows 1859 Application 786

ROGERS, Maylin dairyman The Finniss 1862 Application 2996

ROGERS, Maylin dairyman Upper Finniss Flat District of Kondoparinga 1855 Memorial 432/83

ROGERS, Maylin formerly labourer Adelaide but now gardener Ashbourne 1879 Memorial 173/315

No 1

ROGERS, Maylin John licensed victualler Everley near Woodchester 1864 Memorial 317/194

ROGERS, Maylin John farmer Meadows Hundred of Naracoorte land grant 1876 Grant Book 50 Page 108 County Robe

ROGERS, Noah and Robert farmers Hundred of Minlacowie 1885 Memorial 106/372

No 1

ROGERS, Oliver farmer Morphett Vale 1855 Hundred of Yankalilla land grant Memorial 396/84

ROGERS, Oliver farmer Yankalilla 1859 Application 335

ROGERS, Oliver farmer Bald Hills Yankalilla Hundred of Myponga land grant 1861 Grant Book 36 Page 448 County Hindmarsh

ROGERS, Oliver farmer Yankalilla 1883 Memorial 249/354

ROGERS, Oliver farmer Yankalilla, died 7/2/1896 Torrens Vale, of senile decay and scrotal hernia, aged 77 Application 23547

No 1 - perhaps the same person FIND - perhaps the Younger? Is Farmer Myponga the Elder?

ROGERS, Oliver farmer Myponga 1865 Application 6829

ROGERS, Oliver farmer Myponga. Hundred of Myponga land grant 1880 Grant Book 36 Page 420 County Hindmarsh

ROGERS, Oliver grazier Myponga 1883 Memorial 104/349

ROGERS, Oliver gardener Myponga 1892 Memorial 156/412

ROGERS, O sheepfarmer Myponga 1922 Memorial 18/486

No 1

ROGERS, Oliver farmer Glenelg. Yankalilla township allotment purchase 1883 Memorial 247/350

No 1 – FIND PERHAPS THE SAME PERSON

ROGERS, Philip farmer Kadina 1882 Memorial 239/336

ROGERS, Phillip farmer Kadina. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1882 Grant Book 14 Page 242 County Daly

No 1 - the Elder and the Younger

ROGERS, Richard stone mason Burra 1853[-1856] Memorial 227/76

ROGERS, Richard the Elder farmer Gum Creek near Burra 1875[-1878] Memorial 86/283

ROGERS, Richard farmer Gum Creek near Kooringa 1881 Memorial 31/331

ROGERS, Richard farmer Gum Creek near Kooringa, died 29/3/1883. Wife - Ann Rogers who died 30/7/1883. Children included - Mary Ann Rogers spinster Gum Creek and James Henry Rogers and Thomas Rogers. Mary Ann Rogers spinster Kooringa, died 16/5/1926 Memorial 250/354 & Application 27943

ROGERS, Richard farmer Gum Creek near Kooringa, died 29/3/1883. His estate worth £3,300. He could not write. Richard Rogers' widow, Ann Rogers, had a life interest in trust in his estate. Following her death on 30/7/1883, of apoplexy, aged 66 Richard Rogers' children: Thomas Rogers, James Henry Rogers (born on 26/8/1856; Farmer Aberdeen 1935), John Rogers, Thomas Rogers (born 12/5/1858 a farmer of Hanson in 1935), Phillis Bennetts FINCH, Margaret BRAY and Mary Ann Rogers (who had a life interest in her father's real estate until her marriage following her mother's death) inherited estate absolutely in remainder expectant in varying degrees according to their father's will. Mary Ann Rogers spinster died 16/5/1926 Kooringa, of morbus cordis, aged 76 Application 27943

ROGERS, Richard Edward Elmore Government Printer St Peters 1920 Application 26914

ROGERS, Robert farmer Hundred of Minlacowie 1885[-1888] Memorial 106/372

ROGERS, Robert Alfred labourer Adelaide 1850 Memorial 268/21

ROGERS, Robert David butchers Norwood 1854 Memorial 412/63

ROGERS, RS mercantile clerk Adelaide 1925 Memorial 42/493

No 1

ROGERS, Samuel of Nairne 1860, about to purchase land from the Smillie Estate Application 1675

No 1

ROGERS, Samuel sheep farmer Point Pearce Station Yorke Peninsula, Robert Rogers gentleman Yorke Peninsula, Thomas William Rogers gentleman Yorke Peninsula and William Robert Rogers gentleman Yorke Peninsula linked with the William Rogers family of Tusmore 1865 Memorial 42/208

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

ROGERS, Samuel of Maitland Hundred of Maitland land grant 1880 Grant Book 19 Page 105 County Fergusson

ROGERS, Samuel stockholder Yorke Valley Hundred of Maitland land grant 1880 Grant Book 19 Page 105 County Fergusson

No 2

ROGERS, Samuel hawker Prospect Hill. Hundred of Kuitpo land grant 1888 Grant Book 2 Page 94 County Adelaide

ROGERS, Samuel John fitter Goodwood Park 1916 Application 26514

ROGERS, Sarah Rachel of Goolwa 1868 Memorial 232/235

ROGERS, Sidney William formerly grazier Glenforslan Blanchetown but now accountant Strathalbyn 1910 Memorial 217/462

No 1

ROGERS, Stephen yeoman and landowner Inman Valley 1864 Memorial 196/196

ROGERS, Stephen formerly yeoman 1863 but now eating house proprietor Inman Valley 1869. He could not write Application 10400

ROGERS, Stephen farmer Minlacowie 1891 Memorial 37/410

ROGERS, Stephen farmer Brentwood Hundred of Minlacowie land grant 1895 Grant Book 19 Page 259 County Fergusson

No 1

ROGERS, Thomas labourer Adelaide 1852[-1858] Memorial 282/42

No 2

ROGERS, Thomas mason Hundred of Clare 1857 Memorial 134/125

ROGERS, Thomas farmer near Clare 1859 Application 821

No 3 – perhaps the same person FIND TEST RUN

ROGERS, Thomas of Rice Creek near Auburn Co Stanley. Hundred of Dalkey land grant 1881 Grant Book 26 Page 239 County Gawler

ROGERS, Thomas farmer Hundred of Everard. Trustee unnamed Church Hundred of Blyth Hundred of Blyth land grant 1888 Grant Book 56 Page 365 County Stanley

No 4

ROGERS, Thomas farmer near Hanson 1903[-1907] Memorial 170/449

ROGERS, Thomas farmer Hanson, died 30/12/1940. Father of Reuben Thomas Ford Rogers farmer Hanson and Eva Caroline ATKINS of Hanson Memorial 193/516

ROGERS, Thomas Reuben farmer Hanson, died 15/7/1951. Wife. 1 son 5 daughters not named Memorial 60/529

No 1

ROGERS, Thomas William, Walter and William stockholders Adelaide 1861 Memorial 313/173

ROGERS, Thomas William farmer Yorke Peninsula 1867 Memorial 200/224

ROGERS, Thomas William sheepfarmer Carrabie Hundred of Para Wurlie land grant 1872 Grant Book 19 Page 4 County Fergusson

ROGERS, Thomas William sheep farmer Warooka Para Valley Yorke Peninsula 1875 Memorial 134/280

ROGERS, Thomas William stockholder Yorke Peninsula 1876 Memorial 196/288

ROGERS, Thomas William sheep farmer Warooka Para Wurlie Yorke Peninsula 1878[-1882] Memorial 213/309

ROGERS, Thomas William farmer Warooka Yorke Peninsula and Mary Jane Rogers his wife 1880[-1881] Memorial 217/323

No 1

ROGERS, Walter sheep farmer Avenue Range near Mt Gambier 1863. Enrolment 78/44

ROGERS, Walter sheep farmer Avenue Range near Mt Gambier. He appeared to have links with the William Rogers family of Tusmore, who had interests in Point Pearce Station Leasehold Runs 62, 296 and 234 Yorke Peninsula 1865 Memorial 331/207

ROGERS, Kate sheep farmer Ardune Station S-E 1872 Memorial 152/259

ROGERS, Kate widow Ardune Station also known as Avenue Range Station S-E 1873 Memorial 76/267

ROGERS, Kate widow Narracoorte relict of the late Walter Rogers 1875 Memorial 131/284

ROGERS, Warren McIntosh solicitor Adelaide (44 Grenfell St) a member of the firm of Moulden & Sons solicitors 1963 Application 29492

ROGERS, Wilfred engineer West Adelaide 1914 Memorial 111/471
No 1

ROGERS, William builder Nairne 1848 Memorial 438/11

ROGERS, William gentleman formerly of Nairne but now of Sandergrove 1856 Memorial 216/108

ROGERS, William stockholder Sandergrove near Strathalbyn 1879 Memorial 93/315

No 2

ROGERS, William builder Adelaide 1851[-1884] Memorial 381/37 Hundred of Kondoparinga land grant 1854 Memorial 400/70

ROGERS, William stockholder Adelaide 1853 Memorial 193/71

ROGERS, William contractor Adelaide 1855 Memorial 406/93

ROGERS, William contractor Adelaide (Brown St) 1856[-1857] Memorial 189/100

ROGERS, WIlliam contractor Adelaide 1857 Hundred of Kondoparinga land grant Memorial 129/121

No 3

ROGERS, William farmer Tusmore 1853 Memorial 221/58

ROGERS, William sheep farmer Tusmore 1853 Memorial 433/59

ROGERS, William the Elder of Tusmore, died c1856. He left his estate in trust to his wife,, Ann Rogers, for life, then according to instructions in hiw will to his children Thomas William Rogers, William Robert Rogers the Younger, Robert Rogers, Samuel Rogers, Caroline Rogers, Selina Rogers and Walter Rogers Memorial 23/134

ROGERS, William of Tusmore had died by 1861. Beneficiaries under his will included his wife, Ann Rogers, and children, Samuel Rogers sheep farmer, Caroline, Elizabeth and Selina Rogers spinsters all of Tusmore Memorial 329/207

ROGERS, Ann widow Tusmore 1856 Hundred of Kuitpo land grant Memorial 49/108

ROGERS, Ann widow Tusmore relict of the late William Rogers formerly of Tusmore now deceased 1861 Memorial 338/174

ROGERS, William of Tusmore, died April 1854. He left his estate to his wife, Ann Rogers, for life, then in equal shares to his children, Thomas William Rogers, William Robert Rogers, Samuel Rogers, Caroline Elizabeth Rogers, Selina Rogers and Walter Rogers. Before he died, William Rogers had fenced, then ploughed the land, and planted cereal crops and grape vines. The family went to Tusmore in 1849. By 1893, Caroline Elizabeth Rogers spinster still lived at Tusmore, while her brother, Thomas William Rogers gentleman, lived at the Grange. TW Rogers was away a great deal on his father's sheep station on Yorke Peninsula during the 1850s Applications 22594 & 22167

No 4

ROGERS, William mason Spenderville 1859 Memorial 73/156

ROGERS, William mason Unley, died c1876 intestate. Husband of Charlotte Rogers now widow Adelaide Memorial 235/457

ROGERS, William mason Unley Road, died 20/11/1876 Adelaide. Husband of Charlotte Rogers. Father of John Rogers a supervisor of public works Perth WA in 1907 Memorial 627/460

ROGERS, William mason Unley, died 20/11/1876. He left his widow, Charlotte Rogers, who died 2/7/1907, and 7 adult children. The eldest child, Elizabeth Rogers, married Joseph BAKER farmer Wild Horse Plains on 29/4/1873. Child Two Henry Rogers, died 14/11/1898, leaving two children - Mabel and Constance Rogers, minors, who lived with their mother in Western Australia. Child Three Emily Rogers married Henry BRANDWOOD builder Hyde Park on 13/7/1882. Child Four Eliza Rogers was unmarried and lived at Mt Barker. Child Five Jane Rogers married William DAVIS farmer Mt Barker on 10/8/1876. Child Six Anne Rogers married Arthur PUTLAND and died 27/7/1884 without children before her mother. Child Seven William Rogers died 25/3/1898, leaving six adult children - Mamie BEAVOR nee Rogers, Clara Rogers, Alfred Rogers, Elsie RAWS nee Rogers, Florance CORBIN nee Rogers, and Frank Stanley Rogers. John Rogers supervisor of public works formerly of Perth but then of Adelaide 1908, appears to have been a descendant of William and Charlotte Rogers Application 25542

No 5

ROGERS, William formerly mason Parkside but now of Blackburn St, Adelaide 1881 Memorial 100/332

No 6

ROGERS, William of Bald Hill near Lyndoch Valley 1861 Memorial 325/177

No 7

ROGERS, William saddler Goolwa 1867 Application 8076

ROGERS, William of Goolwa and Sarah Rachel Rogers his wife 1874 Application 13708

ROGERS, William saddler Goolwa 1876[-1892]. He died at Goolwa on 7/1/1894 of supposed angina pectoris aged 49 Memorial 163/295 & Search 1490

No 9

ROGERS, William shoemaker Adelaide (Wakefield St) 1868 Memorial 215/233

No 8

ROGERS, William 46 widower blacksmith Crafers (Father: George Rogers) married Elizabeth GAUNTLEY 46 widow Half Way House Stirling (Father: John Rogers) on 12/4/1868, St Luke’s Whitmore Square, Adelaide. Minister: James POLLITT. Witnesses: George ELLIS storekeeper Wright St, Adelaide; Sarah THOMAS and Edward George SELLS. Elizabeth Rogers’ former husband, Joseph William Gauntley, had been a publican at Balhannah and Payneham, and before that, a surveyor Application 18652

ROGERS, William blacksmith Half Way Mt Barker Road and Elizabeth Rogers his wife formerly Elizabeth GAUNTLEY widow of the late Joseph William Gauntley 1868 Memorial 153/230

ROGERS, William licensed victualler Crafers 1869[-1870] Memorial 228/242

ROGERS, William formerly licensed victualler Crafers but now blacksmith Adelaide 1873 Memorial 95/264

ROGERS, William blacksmith Adelaide 1873, linked with George Rogers shoeing smith Stepney Application 13151

ROGERS, William blacksmith Crafers 1877. He could not write Application 15684

ROGERS, William blacksmith Crafers 1879 Memorial 232/319

ROGERS, William gentleman Kensington 1885 Application 20779

No 1

ROGERS, WH storekeeper Jamestown 1875 Memorial 139/283

ROGERS, William Hall out of business Stanley Flat 1883 Memorial 75/362 Licensed victualler Fords Hotel Clare 1884 Memorial 76/362

ROGERS, William Hall licensed victualler Fords Hotel formerly known as the Shamrock and Thistle Clare 1886 Memorial 2/380

ROGERS, William Henry plasterer Norwood 1877 Memorial 100/300

ROGERS, William Joseph labourer Adelaide 1838 Application 17440

No 1

ROGERS, William Robert farmer Adelaide 1866 Memorial 106/216

ROGERS, William Robert sheep farmer Adelaide, because his business causes him to be absent frequently, power of attorney to Arthur Aikin WICKSTEED agent Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 10/4/1866 Deposit 72/1866

ROGERS, William Robert farmer Mt Bold. He belonged to the Rogers family of Tusmore 1866 Memorial 60/215

No 2

ROGERS, William Robert farmer Carrabie Hundred of Para Wurlie land grant 1877 Grant Book 19 Page 6 County Fergusson

No 1

ROGERS, William Sandergrove sheepfarmer Portee 1883 Application 19922

ROGERS, William Sandergrove gentleman View Bank Queen's Own Town 1883 Memorial 194/351

ROGERS, William Sandergrove gentleman formerly of Sandergrove but now of The Finniss 1891 Memorial 16/412

ROGERS, William Sandergrove farmer formerly of Sandergrove but now of the Finniss 1893 Application 22434

ROGERS, William Saxby mason Kapunda 1865 Memorial 203/204

ROGERSON, John now of Duke St, Aldgate, Middlesex, England about to leave for Adelaide in SA 1856 Memorial 290/132

No 1 - perhaps the same person

ROGERSON, Martin formerly gardener Adelaide 1838 but now brickmaker Section 84 at Bexley 1845 Application 11229

ROGERSON, Martin brickmaker Bexley Section 84 1845 Memorial 451/4

ROGERSON, Martin farmer Adelaide 1853 Memorial 350/49

ROGERSON, Martin draper Adelaide 1855 Memorial 52/80

ROGERSON, Martin of Adelaide 1861 Application 2238

ROHDE, August Gustav farmer Hundred of Baldina 1885 Memorial 66/370

ROHDE, Carl Albert farmer near Robertstown 1885[-1887] Memorial 168/368

No 1

ROHDE, Wilhelm wheelwright Hundred of Belvidere 1855 Memorial 161/84

ROHDE, Friedrich Wilhelm farmer Bethel 1861 Memorial 298/180.

ROHDE, Friedrich Wilhelm farmer near Kapunda 1864 Application 5485

ROHDE, Friedrich Wilhelm of Bethel. Husband of Charlotte Rohde 1870 Memorial 78/246

ROHDE, Gustav Hermann farmer Hundred of Bundey 1886 Memorial 104/374

No 1

ROHDE, Heinrich Hermann farmer Pinkerton Plains Co Gawler. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1880 Grant Book 13 Page 193 County Dalhousie

ROHDE, Heinrich Hermann of Petersburg 1883 Memorial 178/348

ROHDE, Heinrich Hermann farmer Gumbowie executor of the will of Auguste Rohde no description 1888 Memorial 243/389

ROHDE, Heinrich Hermann farmer Kapunda 1890 Application 21855

ROHDE, Heinrich Hermann farmer Bethel near Kapunda 1897 Memorial 61/433

ROHDE, Johann August farmer Peters Hill near Riverton 1885 Memorial 219/367

ROHDE/RODE, Otto miner Jupiter Creek near Echunga 1885 Memorial 11/368

ROHRLACH, August Julius farmer Brownlow. Trustee unnamed Lutheran Church 1895 Grant Book 18 Page 108 County Eyre

ROHRLACH, Ernst Friedrich grazier Wattle Flat near Yankalilla 1945[-1946] Memorial 89/519, Application 28438

No 1

ROHRLACH, Gustav Otto farmer Hahndorf 1854[-1880] Memorial 274/112

ROHRLACH, Gustav Otto labourer Hahndorf 1880 Application 18060

ROHRLACH, Heinrich farmer Grünberg 1861 Memorial 332/175

ROHRLACH, Wilhelm farmer Hahndorf 1853[-1855] Memorial 152/62

ROLEM, D business agent Adelaide 1897 Memorial 239/431

No 1

ROLFE, George accountant North Adelaide 1849 Memorial 201/15 Agent Adelaide (The Exchange) 1849 Memorial 367/16 Land agent Adelaide 1849[-1850] Memorial 448/17 Land agent North Adelaide 1850[-1851]. Shifted to Melbourne and had died by 1866. His widow, Isabella Rolfe, formerly wife of Ebenezer MOORHOUSE (who died March 1848), returned to live in North Adelaide Enrolment 3/30

ROLFE, George surveyor Adelaide 1851 Memorial 66/37

ROLFE, George commission agent Adelaide 1852 Memorial 7/42

ROLFE, George gentleman Adelaide 1851[-1853] Memorial 65/30 Of Strangways Tce, North Adelaide 1851 Hundred of Barossa land grant Memorial 471/53 Gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now of Lyndoch Valley 1852 Memorial 112/48

ROLFE, George auctioneer formerly of Adelaide but now of Lyndoch Valley 1853 Memorial 120/51

ROLFE, George gentleman Union Chapel Lyndoch Valley foundation trustee 1854. By 1864, he had already left SA some years previously Application 5698

ROLFE, George Esquire formerly of Lyndoch Valley but now of Melbourne Vic 1856 Memorial 322/97

ROLFE, George gentleman formerly of Lyndoch Valley but now of Melbourne Vic 1861 Application 2100

ROLFE, George gentleman formerly of Adelaide 1856 but now of Melbourne 1861 Application 2561

ROLFE, George formerly of Adelaide but now MLC of Melbourne Vic 1861. Husband of Isabella Rolfe [Was she the widow of Ebenezer MOORHOUSE?] Memorials 231/174 & 298/174

ROLFE, George Esquire formerly of North Adelaide but now of Melbourne Vic and his wife, Isabella Rolfe formerly Isabella MOORHOUSE widow North Adelaide 1863 Memorial 47/188

ROLFE, George Esquire Melbourne Vic, about to leave on a visit to England, power of attorney to Peter Dowding PRANKERD and George GREEN Esquires Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 10/6/1863. He had married Isabella MOORHOUSE Deposit 128/1863

ROLFE, George Esquire formerly of Strangways Tce, North Adelaide 1851 now of St Kilda Vic 1867 Application 8336

ROLFE, Isabella formerly Isabella MOORHOUSE wife of George Rolfe gentleman Lyndoch Valley 1854 Memorial 102/69

ROLFE, Isabella (formerly Isabella MOORHOUSE widow) but now wife of George Rolfe gentleman formerly of North Adelaide but now of Melbourne Vic 1856 Memorial 335/95

ROLFE, George Philip inspector 23 Third Avenue, Cheltenham Trustee Australian Institute of Marine and Power Engineers (Employees) Adelaide District 1957 Application 29246

ROLFE, James Anthony linked with Section 11 Hundred of Wirrianda Co Granville 1886 Memorial 235/373

No 1 - perhaps the same person

ROLFE, Richard labourer Hindmarsh 1842 Memorial 28/2

ROLFE, Richard [perhaps somewhere near Woodville/Reedbeds]. Husband of Elizabeth Rolfe. Father of unnamed children 1857 Memorial 182/135

ROLLAND, EA clerk Adelaide 1921 Memorial 21/484

No 1

ROLLAND, James Alexander police trooper The Peake Johnburgh (Hundred of Oladdie) township allotment land grant 1879 Grant Book 13 Page 336 County Dalhousie

ROLLAND, James Alexander police corporal Narracoorte 1904[-1914] Memorial 104/451

ROLLAND, James Alexander police sergeant Moonta 1915 Application 26442

ROLLBUSCH, EA farmer Nadda 1933 Memorial 69/510

No 1

ROLLERSON, James labourer Woodside, died 17/2/1874 intestate. Husband of Sarah Rollerson. Estate worth £200 Memorial 127/461

ROLLERSON, Sarah widow of James Rollerson labourer Woodside who died 17/2/1874 intestate. By 1909, the Widow Rollerson was still administering his estate. Mother of Mary Ann Verity Rollerson spinster Woodside Application 25671

ROLLEY, William storekeeper Pt Germein 1886 Memorial 55/376

No 1

ROLLINGS, Thomas William farmer Springfield 1865 Memorial 61/206

ROLLINGS, Thomas William farmer near Marrabel 1881 Application 18745

No 1

ROLLINGS, William farmer Upper Sturt 1850[-1853] Memorial 234/23

ROLLINGS, William farmer Munno Para 1853 Memorial 490/47

ROLLINGS, William farmer Gawler Plains 1854 Memorial 326/64

ROLLINGS, William farmer formerly of the Gawler Plains but now of the Hundred of Gilbert 1857[-1858] Memorial 132/120

ROLLINGS, William farmer Springfield Tothill Creek 1860 Application 1524

ROLLINGS, Jean formerly wife of William Rollings (not Thomas William Rollings) farmer Springfield near Marrabel but now widow Tothill Creek 1864 Application 12778.

No 1

ROLLINGS, William George and William Richard farmers Marrabel on the Dirty Light 1921 Memorial 197/483

ROLLINGS, William George farmer Marrabel on the Dirty Light 1922 Memorial 80/485, Application 27069

ROLLINGS, William George farmer Kapunda and Olive Clarice Rollings his wife 1947 Memorial 120/521

ROLLINGS, William George retired farmer Kapunda 1956 Application 29167

ROLLINS, Frank William mason Marree Out of Hundreds. Marree (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1884 Grant Book 65 Page 136 County Not named

No 1

ROLLISON, Robert groom Naracoorte Hundred of Naracoorte land grant 1871 Grant Book 50 Page 97 County Robe

No 2

ROLLISON, Robert civil servant Adelaide 1888 Memorial 37/391

No 1

ROLLISON, William police constable Burra Hundred of Kooringa 1858 Memorial 244/137

ROLLISON, William police trooper Wellington Murray River 1865 Application 6592

ROLLISON, William corporal in the mounted police Mt Barker 1866[-1871] Memorial 212/214

ROLLISON, William police trooper Mt Barker 1868 Application 9480

ROLLISON, William Robert clerk Adelaide Mobilong (later Murray Bridge Hundred of Mobilong) township allotment land grant 1884 Grant Book 58 Page 217 County Sturt

ROLLOND, Andrew Baird linked with Section 72 Hundred of Boolcunda Co Newcastle 1885 Memorial 83/366

ROLLS, John the Elder and John Rolls the Younger master mariners Melbourne Vic 1853 Memorial 84/57

ROLPH, Grove Price blacksmith Kapunda 1885 Application 20719

No 1

ROLSTON, William limeburner Auburn Co Stanley. Hundred of Booyoolie land grant 1873 Grant Book 60 Page 146 County Victoria

No 2

ROLSTON, William farmer Saltia 1887 Memorial 222/381

ROLSTON, William farmer Hundred of Woolundunga Co Frome 1887 Memorial 94/384

ROLSTON, William farmer Winnanowie 1896 Memorial 230/427

No 1

ROMARO, Jose bricklayer Elizabeth St, Adelaide 1851 Memorial 472/31

ROMARO, Jose builder Adelaide 1852[-1853] Memorial 142/39

ROMNEY, Charles of Salisbury. Salisbury Land, Building & Investment Society trustee 1851[-1852] Memorial 33/39

No 1

RONALD, Edward tailor Adelaide 1845 Memorial 227/5

RONALD, Edward tailor North Adelaide 1854 Memorial 430/67

No 2

RONALD, Edward carrier Thebarton 1853 Memorial 461/48

RONALD, Edward overseer Thebarton, died 28/10/1886. Husband of Margaret Ronald, who died 20/1/1888. Executors: their sons Edward James Ronald solicitor Adelaide and Randolph Robert Ronald clerk (formerly of Thebarton but now of Adelaide) to Messrs REYNELL & REINECKE Memorials 140 & 141/393

RONALD, Edward formerly tailor Adelaide 1844 late overseer Thebarton, died 28/10/1886. He left his estate to his wife, Margaret Ronald. Estate worth £850. His widow, Margaret Ronald died 20/1/1888. Estate worth £700. Her family included two sons - Randolph Robert Ronald formerly of Thebarton but now of Adelaide clerk to Messrs REYNELL & REINECKE; Edward James Ronald solicitor Thebarton and his wife, Hannah Matilda Ronald; also four daughters - Mary GRIEVE wife of John Grieve; Margaret SANDLAND widow; Rebecca Jane CROZIER widow; and Elizabeth FRAZER wife of George Frazer coachpainter Thebarton (Elizabeth Frazer died before her mother died). Edward James Ronald solicitor Adelaide, died 4/8/1913. Estate worth £2,200 to his widow, Hannah Matilda Ronald Application 26398

No 1

RONALD, EJ clerk to George STEVENSON solicitor Adelaide 1871[-1872] Memorial 136/251

RONALD, EJ clerk to Messrs STEVENSON & DEARMAN solicitors Adelaide 1873[-1874] Memorial 77/270

RONALD, EJ solicitor Adelaide 1876 Memorial 8/293

RONALD, Edward James solicitor Adelaide 1880[-1887] Application 17949, Memorial 104/372

RONALD, Edward James solicitor Adelaide, died 4/8/1913. His widow, Hannah Matilda Ronald, lived at Norwood by 1914 Memorial 139/471

RONALD, Randolph R[obert] clerk to Messrs REYNELL & REINECKE land agents Adelaide 1885 Memorial 105/372

RONALD, Robert Bruce gentleman Geelong Vic 1854 Memorial 314/79

RONALD, Stuart D clerk to Edward James Ronald solicitor Adelaide 1907 Memorial 83/458

RONAN, Michael formerly labourer Adelaide 1853 but now farmer near Greenock 1865 Application 6561

RONAN, Michael farmer Hundred of Belvidere 1865 Memorial 137/205

RONAN, Michael farmer The Moppa 1904, father of Patrick Ronan farmer The Moppa near Greenock Application 24878

No 1

RONAN, Patrick of Kapunda 1854 Memorial 302/64

RONAN, Patrick the Elder farmer near Greenock, died 6/5/1865 intestate. Mary Ronan his widow died intestate date not stated. Letters to their only child, Patrick Ronan the Younger farmer near Pt Pirie, to settle the estate 1886 Memorial 19/380

RONAN, Patrick the Elder farmer near Greenock, died 6/5/1865 intestate. Letters of administration to his son, Patrick Ronan the Younger farmer Hundred of Pirie, the only child of Patrick Ronan Senr and Mary his wife, to ‘pay his just debts and distribute the residue of his said estate and effects according to law and to make and exhibit to the said Court a just and true acount of the real estate goods, chattels, credits and effects of the said deceased within 6 calendar months after the granting to him of letters of administration … and to make and exhibit a just and true account of his administration whenever ordered by the same Court or a Judge so to do’ 1886 Application 21037

No 1

RONDE, Christian Heinrich cabinetmaker Adelaide (Rundle St) 1850 Memorial 207/24

RONDE, Christian Heinrich cabinetmaker Adelaide 1861 Application 2595

RONDE, Henry cabinetmaker Adelaide 1854[-1873] Memorial 375/68

RONEY, Martin lumper Alberton, a ‘man advanced in years’ but in good health and spirits, left SA c1843-1844 for Melbourne Vic, where he had a married sister. His good friend, workmate and neighbour, Henry LILLIA fisherman Alberton, gave this information in 1881, thinking that Roney had long since died, as he would have contacted Lillia if he had still been alive. H Lillia said that he had erected a stockyard on the property, kept a horse and cart and also his fishing nets there when not in use. Part of the land used as a poultry yard. Martin Roney had taken the deeds to Lot 47 with him to Victoria Application 18544

RONEY, Owen farmer Saddleworth. Hundred of Saddleworth land grant 1858 Grant Book 44 Page 336 County Light

No 1 – perhaps the same person

RONEY, William shepherd Canowie 1868 Application 9263

RONEY, William farmer Reynolds. Hundred of Reynolds land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 31 County Victoria

No 2

RONEY, William butcher Adelaide (Topham St) 1870[-1871] Memorial 28/244

ROOCKE, Friedrich Gotthilf farmer Hundred of Neales 1888 Memorial 231/390

ROOCKE, Johann Friedrich farmer near Truro, died c1874. He left his entire estate to his wife, Anna Rosine Roocke formerly Anna Rosine RADOMI Memorial 146/274

ROOCKE, Gottfried farmer Laura Hundred of Appila land grant 1883 Grant Book 24 Page 511 County Frome

ROOCKE, Johann Gottlieb farmer near Truro Hundred of Dutton land grant 1880 Grant Book 17 Page 102 County Eyre

ROODGER/RODGER?, Francis farmer Bull Creek 1860 Memorial 272/167

No 1

ROOK, Thomas licensed victualler Adelaide 1877 Application 15788

ROOK, Edwin licensed victualler Adelaide (Rose Inn TA 533 Sturt St) 1879-1885. He assigned the remainder of his 5-year lease to Thomas Rook publican Adelaide (Sturt St) Memorials 185/319, 140/365

ROOK, Edwin licensed victualler Adelaide (Oakfield Hotel TA 280 Flinders St) 1885[-1886] 7-year lease at £8 a week Memorial 49/366

ROOK, E Hotel, Edithburgh 1886 Memorial 6/385

ROOK, Philip licensed victualler Adelaide (Selborne Hotel TA 168 Pirie St) 1894. He took out a 5-year lease at £468 a year from Josiah Henry SYMON QC Esquire Adelaide, but assigned it in the same year to Frederick WINTER for £100 Memorial 220/421, 211/422

ROOK, Thomas publican Adelaide (Rose Inn, Sturt St) 1885[-1886]. He assigned his lease for £5 to Ulbrich EBERLI publican Adelaide Memorials 140/365, 128/373

ROOKE, Friedrich Gotthelf farmer Frankton 1886 Memorial 143/381

ROOKE, Friedrich Wilhelm farmer Klaebes. Hundred of Kooringa land grant 1910 Grant Book 8 Page 15 County Burra

ROOKE, Gottlieb farmer Moppa Co Light. Hundred of Baldina land grant 1885 Grant Book 9 Page 12 County Burra

ROOKE, Gottlieb farmer Baldina. Hundred of Baldina land grant 1910 Grant Book 9 Page 15 County Burra

ROOKS, Thomas farmer Morphett Vale 1856 Memorial 318/97

No 1

ROOME, EJ clerk to Messrs BAKER & BARLOW solicitors Adelaide 1880[-1898] Memorial 199/323

ROOME, EJ law clerk Adelaide 1916[-1917] Memorial 57/474

ROONEY, Elizabeth hotelkeeper Adelaide (Oakfield Hotel Flinders St) 1897 Memorial 236/432

ROONEY, Frederick Langham Methodist minister Riverton 1926 Memorial 176/494

No 1

ROONEY, Isaac minister of the gospel Meadows Wesleyan Methodist Chapel (Section 3490 Hundred of Kuitpo) during the 1890s Application 23395

ROONEY, Isaac Methodist minister Glenelg 1909 Memorial 122/461

ROONEY, James of Adelaide 1889 Memorial 132/396

No 1

ROONEY, John Patrick gardener Gawler 1877 Application 16263

ROONEY, John Patrick farmer Paskeville 1889 Grant Book 14 Page 199 County Daly

ROONEY, John Patrick licensed victualler Paskeville. Paskeville (Hundred of Kulpara) township allotment land grant 1889[-1890] Grant Book 14 Page 397 County Daly

ROONEY, John Patrick farmer Paskerville. Bute (Hundred of Wiltunga) township allotment land grant 1894 Grant Book 14 Page 398 County Daly

ROONEY, John Patrick licensed victualler Bute. Bute (Hundred of Wiltunga) township allotment land grant 1904 Grant Book 14 Page 398 County Daly

ROONEY, John Patrick farmer Bute. Bute (Hundred of Wiltunga) township allotment land grant 1905[-1912] Grant Book 14 Page 400 County Daly

ROONEY, John Patrick farmer Bute linked with Joseph Rooney farmer Toorak 1912 Memorial 229/466

ROONEY, Joseph farmer Wayville Co Adelaide. Hundred of Clinton land grant 1911 Grant Book 14 Page 143 County Daly

No 1

ROONEY, MA clerk Adelaide 1927 Memorial 96/498

ROONEY, Margaret Antoinette clerk Adelaide (Pirie St) 1932 Memorial 61/505

No 1

ROONEY, Patrick farmer Kapunda 1882 Memorial 61/345

ROONEY, Patrick road stationman Kapunda 1894 Application 22678

ROONEY, Patrick labourer Kapunda 1905 Memorial 129/452

ROONEY, Patrick labourer Kapunda, died 7/11/1906. Husband of Bridget Rooney. Estate worth £300 Memorial 152/458

No 2

ROONEY, Patrick labourer Walkerville and Bridget Rooney his wife 1894 Application 22760

ROONEY, Stephen Rabone Methodist minister Clare 1919 Memorial 10/479

No 1

ROONEY, Thomas Joseph carpenter Walkerville Tce, Walkerville 1918. Brother to Mary Ellen Rooney spinster Walkerville Tce, Walkerville, who died 6/4/1917 and Honora Margaret Rooney spinster 126 Walkerville Tce, Walkerville, who died 8/6/1942 Memorials 5 & 6/518

ROONEY, Thomas Joseph carpenter 126 Walkerville Tce, Walkerville, agd 71 in 1944, declared that he was the son of Bridget Rooney. He also had sisters named Honora Margaret Rooney (died 8/6/1942) and Mary Ellen Rooney (died 6/4/1917) spinsters Walkerville Application 28372

ROORKE, Mr labourer Paradise 1882 Application 19126

No 1

ROPER, Edmund Oswald clerk Adelaide 1891 Memorial 28/410

ROPER, Edmund Oswald clerk Clare 1898 Application 23521

ROPER, Edward Philip saddler Oodnadatta Out of Hundreds. Oodnadatta (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1896 Grant Book 65 Page 235 County Not named

ROPER, GVJ JP miller Second Valley 1913 Memorial 66/469

ROPER, William Henry farmer Hundred of Yankalilla 1877 Memorial 241/298

No 1

ROSCORLA, Charles P clerk to Messrs BOUCAUT & WHITBY solicitors Adelaide 1866 Memorial 230/217

ROSCORLA, Charles clerk to Messrs STOW & AYERS solicitors Adelaide 1874[-1875] Memorial 41/273

ROSCORLA, Charles P clerk to FR AYERS solicitor Adelaide 1876 Memorial 139/292

ROSCORLA, Charles P clerk to J EMERSON solicitor Kapunda 1877 Memorial 124/302

ROSCORLA, Charles P of Adelaide 1881 Memorial 111/336

ROSCORLA, Charles P clerk to Messrs STOW & AYERS solicitors Adelaide 1891 Memorial 155/409

No 1

ROSCORLA, Harry Munro carpenter Adelaide 1848 Memorial 207/13

ROSCORLA, Harry Munro builder Adelaide 1851 Memorial 265/34

ROSCORLA, Harry Munro gentleman Adelaide 1867 Memorial 44/219

No 1

ROSCROW, Henry and William miners Burra Mine 1848 Memorial 26/14

ROSCROW, Henry general dealer Kooringa 1852 Memorial 228/39

ROSCROW, Henry miner Payneham 1853 Memorial 125/57

ROSCROW, Henry farmer Magill 1854[-1861] Magill Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee Memorial 143/74

ROSCROW, Henry farmer near Magill, died c1863. He left his entire estate in trust to his wife, Catherine Roscrow formerly Catherine FRANCIS, for her lifetime or until her remarriage, then in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant to his daughters, Philippa Roscrow and Mary Ann Roscrow. If both daughters had died before they inherited their father's estate, the inheritance to go to Henry Roscrow's sister-in-law, Amy BROAD of Marden. Executors and trustees: Catherine Roscrow and Henry Roscrow's brother, William Roscrow of Clare, and brother-in-law, Henry Broad Memorial 339/190

No 1

ROSCROW, William farmer Clare 1856[-1861] Memorial 198/112

ROSCROW, William farmer Guilford Farm near Clare, died 1/7/1869, of bronchitis, aged 56 Application 10168

ROSCROW, William gentleman Clare, died 1869. He left his entire estate in trust to his wife, Mary Ann Roscrow, during her widowhood, then to his other trustees - William HARRIS gentleman Kadina and Herbert DEAN storekeeper Gawler - to distribute the estate according to the terms of the will Memorial 155/240

ROSCROW, William gentleman Clare, died 1/7/1869. Husband of Mary Ann Roscrow. Executors: William HARRIS gentleman Kadina and Herbert DEAN storekeeper Gawler 1889 Memorial 204/398

ROSE, Albert Edward of Kalgoorlie WA took out a lease of Wegener's Reef near Blumberg 1896 Memorial 112/427

ROSE, Arthur Sidney Lancelot livery stable keeper Pt Lincoln 1914 Application 26257

ROSE, Asa Stuart farmer Moonta Mines. Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1910 Grant Book 14 Page 282 County Daly

No 1 - perhaps the same person

ROSE, Benjamin of Flagstaff Hill 1861 Memorial 290/170

ROSE, Benjamin farmer Tiparra 1888 Memorial 156/390

No 2

ROSE, Benjamin farmer Troubridge trustee Wesleyan Methodist Church Edithburgh township allotment land grant 1873 Grant Book 19 Page 488 County Fergusson

ROSE, Benjamin farmer Edithburgh Hundred of Melville land grant 1891[-1904] Grant Book 19 Page 86 County Fergusson

ROSE, C labourer Pt Lincoln 1904 Memorial 175b/451

No 1 - likely to be the same person

ROSE, Charles bookbinder Adelaide 1851 Memorial 7/34

ROSE, Charles farmer Enfield 1855[-1861] Memorial 148/104

ROSE, Charles stationer and fancy dealer Adelaide (Rundle St) became a bankrupt in 1869 Memorial 95/236

ROSE, Charles John grocer Pt Adelaide Co Adelaide. Farina (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 65 Page 68 County Not named

ROSE, Conrade draper Adelaide (Currie St) 1878 Memorial 24/309

ROSE, Daniel linked with Section 450e Hundred of Tiparra Co Daly 1888 Memorial 156/390

ROSE, Frederick Eris fitter Mannum. Pt Mannum (Hundred of Finniss) township allotment land grant 1910 Grant Book 58 Page 386 County Sturt

No 1

ROSE, George carpenter Bowden 1851 Memorial 48/30

ROSE, George carpenter 24 Bethnal Green married Esther TILYARD on 25/7/1848 St Philip Bethnal Green. Their son, Adolphus George Rose, born 25/4/1849 Green St, Bethnal Green, Middlesex, England. The Rose family emigrated to SA. George Rose carpenter Bowden, died 27/6/1851 intestate, of slow fever, aged 24. His eldest son, Adolphus Rose, later miner Sandhurst Vic by 1888, inherited his estate as heir at law. Mrs Esther Rose had remarried - to John BICKLEY miner Sandhurst Vic by 1888 Application 21442

ROSE, Adolphus George miner Sandhurst Vic owned allotments in Bowden 1875 Memorial 16/286

No 2

ROSE, George farmer Troubridge. Trustee Wesleyan Methodist Church Edithburgh township allotment land grant 1873 Grant Book 19 Page 488 County Fergusson

No 1

ROSE, George Wesley commercial traveller Adelaide (South Tce) 1876 Application 15479

ROSE, George Wesley stationer Adelaide (Rundle St) 1877[-1878] Memorials 183/300, 153/321

ROSE, Helen widow Narracoorte 1881 Application 18815

ROSE, Henry saddler Clare 1878 Application 17159

ROSE, Henry George builder Adelaide 1849 Memorial 409/15

No 1

ROSE, Hermann shoemaker Balhannah 1851 Memorial 87/30

ROSE, Hermann farmer Balhannah 1856 Memorial 42/106

ROSE, Hermann carpenter Oakbank 1858 Memorial 60/140

ROSE, Hermann shoemaker near Hahndorf. Member St John German Protestant Church Hahndorf 1859 Memorial 301/153

ROSE, Horace grocer Pt Lincoln 1875[-1876] Memorial 46/285

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

ROSE, James farmer The Sturt 1849[-1851] Memorial 265/18

ROSE, James plasterer The Sturt 1854 Memorial 439/63

ROSE, James labourer New Glenelg. New Glenelg Wesleyan Methodist Church trustee 1862 Memorial 158/241

ROSE, James labourer Glenelg 1864 Memorial 316/196

ROSE, James malster New Glenelg 1878 Application 16856

ROSE, James the Elder formerly labourer Glenelg 1864 but now malster New Glenelg 1878 Application 16529

ROSE, James the Younger baker New Glenelg 1878 Application 16529

ROSE, James malster New Glenelg 1878 Application 16856

No 2

ROSE, James farmer Hampstead 1857 Memorial 209/121

ROSE, Johann Heinrich farmer Hahndorf 1854[-1855] Currency Creek land purchase Memorial 182/62

No 1 - possibly the same person

ROSE, John carpenter Bowden 1850[-1853] Memorial 347/21

ROSE, John builder Walkerville 1857 Memorial 41/118

ROSE, John plasterer Glenelg 1881[-1882] Memorial 145/334

ROSE, John plasterer New Glenelg 1881 Application 18893

No 2

ROSE, John butcher Bowden 1853 Memorial 234/57

No 3

ROSE, John gentleman near Crafers 1861 Application 2024

No 4

ROSE, John miner Kapunda 1862 Application 3530

ROSE, John William shoemaker Norwood 1853 Memorial 214/48

No 1 - possibly the same person

ROSE, Joseph butcher Pt Adelaide 1856 Memorial 178/99

ROSE, Joseph farmer Ashwell near Gawler 1856[-1862] Memorial 202/144, Application 2839

ROSE, Mrs LF married woman Millswood 1918 Application 26693

ROSE, Mary Ann married woman Pt Lincoln 1904 Memorial 67/451

No 1

ROSE, Reuben labourer Fullarton 1853[-1856] Memorial 406/51

No 2

ROSE, Reuben farmer Carfax Hundred of Macclesfield 1856 Memorial 225/109

No 3

ROSE, Reuben of East Moonta 1871 Memorial 9/256

ROSE, Reuben labourer East Moonta, died 11/2/1915 intestate. Isabella McGregor Rose widow East Moonta administered the estate Grant Book 15 Page 98 County Daly

No 1

ROSE, Stephen farmer Head of the Sturt 1855 Memorial 455/85

ROSE, Stephen gardener Upper Sturt 1874 Memorial 203/276

No 1

ROSE, Thomas grocer Bowden 1857 Memorial 103/130

ROSE, Thomas grocer formerly of Bowden but now of Stirling 1860 Memorial 242/167

ROSE, Thomas storekeeper Stirling East 1864[-1880] Memorial 194/195, Application 18231

No 2

ROSE, Thomas miner Kapunda 1865 Application 6767

ROSE, Tom Garner 24 farmer Pt Elliot 1911 Born Lillimur Vic (Father: George Thomas Rose) Application 26739

No 1

ROSE, William mounted police sergeant Adelaide 1847 Memorial 22/10 Late of the Police force Adelaide 1854 Memorial 127/62

ROSE, William well sinker Hindmarsh and his wife, Ann Rose 1855 Memorial 78/84

No 2

ROSE, William paver Bowden 1879 Memorial 79/314

ROSE, William paver Brompton 1911 Memorial 88/464

No 3

ROSE, William drover Adelaide 1894 Application 22748

ROSE, William Joseph Ernest bootmaker Gawler 1924 Application 27234

ROSE, William Leonard milk vendor Pt Elliot 1945 Memorial 139/519

No 1

ROSENBERG, Adolph farmer Lobethal 1852[-1861] Memorial 469/39, Application 444

ROSENBERG, Adolph farmer near Lobethal 1876 Memorial 197/294

No 1

ROSENBERG, Carl Georg farmer Millendella 1886[-1897] Memorial 22/376

ROSENBERG, Carl Georg farmer Milendella Hundred of Finniss land grant 1897 Grant Book 58 Page 46 County Sturt

ROSENBERG, Franz farmer Lobethal 1860 Memorial 134/162

ROSENBERG, Mendel Wolf medical practitioner McLaren Vale 1951 Application 28809

ROSENBERG, Oscar Leonard labourer Reeves Plains Co Gawler. Hundred of Hall land grant 1883 Grant Book 56 Page 219 County Stanley

No 1 - likely to be the same person
ROSENBERG, Robert farmer Martin [Marden??] leased pt Section 334 adjoining the Torrens River 1853 Memorial 397/70

ROSENBERGER, Robert farmer Klemzig 1855 Memorial 451/89

ROSENHAIN, Carl Ferdinand locksmith Stepney 1854 Memorial 110/72

ROSENHAIN, OW accountant Stepney St, Stepney 1885 Memorial 47/366

No 1 - possibly the same person

ROSENTHAL, Charles farmer Morphett Vale 1849 Memorial 268/15

ROSENTHAL, Carl builder Adelaide (Ackland St) 1850 Memorial 375/19, Application 15842

No 1

ROSENTHAL, Heinrich contractor near Golden Grove 1863 Memorial 48/297

ROSENTHAL, Heinrich blacksmith Cox Creek 1866 Memorial 39/211

ROSENTHAL, Johann Carl chemist possibly of the Hundred of Noarlunga 1890 Memorial 212/404

No 1

ROSENZWEIG, Gottfried yeoman Hahndorf 1853 Memorial 191/56

ROSENZWEIG, Gottfried farmer near Angaston 1856 Memorial 64/98

ROSENZWEIG, Gottfried formerly yeoman Hahndorf but then farmer Grünberg 1859 Memorial 35/150

ROSENZWEIG, Gottfried farmer Grünberg, died 28/4/1876, of old age, aged 76. He left his whole estate (40 acres of Section 292 Hundred of Moorooroo) and '2 cows, beds, table, chairs, sopha, books' in trust to his wife, Johanne Dorothea ROSENZWEIG nee FAESLER for life, then to his eldest son, Johann Gottlieb Rosenzweig absolutely in remainder expectant, provided he pay the testator's youngest son, Julius Hermann Rosenzweig, half of the calculated value of the estate at the time of his father's death Application 23220

ROSENZWEIG, Johann Gottlieb farmer Moculta 1889 Memorial 66/399

No 1

ROSEVEAR, William iron worker Adelaide 1879 Memorial 120/315

ROSEVEAR, William galvanised iron worker Adelaide 1883 Memorial 200/352

No 1

ROSEWALL, Abel miner Victoria township near Kapunda and Joanna Rosewall his wife 1863 Memorial 143/192

ROSEWALL, Abel miner Kapunda and Joanna Rosewall his wife 1864 Application 5835

ROSEWALL, John Leslie labourer Kooringa, linked with Margaret Rosewall married woman Kooringa, Mary Ellen Rosewall nurse Dulwich and Jean Margaret Rosewall nurse Adelaide 1935 Memorial 183/508

ROSEWALL, Josiah of Paxton Tce, Kooringa. His wife, Margaret Mitchell Rosewall, died 14/3/1940. Mother of Walter Rosewall hairdresser Terowie, Isabel Jean HARDING, Thomas Josiah Rosewell, Harry Walker Rosewall and Alan Mitchell Hope Rosewall Memorial 119/514

No 1 - perhaps the same person

ROSEWALL, Thomas of Redruth 1858 Memorial 342/134

ROSEWALL, Thomas of Terowie 1891 Memorial 229/406

ROSEWALL, Thomas teamster Baldina. Hundred of Baldina land grant 1899 Grant Book 9 Page 13 County Burra

ROSEWARNE, Ann widow Norwood 1908 Memorial 177/458

ROSEWARNE, Emily Eliza widow Salisbury 1898 Memorial 61/434

ROSEWARNE, Frederick plan mounter 88 Cumberland Ave, Cumberland Park. Edwardstown East Workmen's Hall Inc trustee 1929 Memorial 33/502

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

ROSEWARNE, Henry yeoman Adelaide 1844 Memorial 410/3 He gave pt lot 13 for a Primitive Methodist Chapel and Schoolhouse at Enfield and became one of the trustees 1844. Farmer Pine Forest near Adelaide 1847 Memorial 257/8

ROSEWARNE, Henry of the Pine Forest near Islington 1844[-1855] Memorial 500/3

ROSEWARNE, Henry miner Enfield 1850 Memorial 174/24

ROSEWARNE, Henry farmer Enfield late 1850 Memorial 369/25

ROSEWARNE, Henry farmer Pine Forest 1855 Memorial 221/81

ROSEWARNE, Henry farmer Section 4105 Hundred of Munno Para 1858 Memorial 347/142

ROSEWARNE, Henry farmer Gawler Plains 1860 Memorial 51/171

ROSEWARNE, Henry farmer Munno Para 1862 Application 3756

ROSEWARNE, Henry farmer Payneham 1870[-1920] Memorial 35/251

ROSEWARNE, Henry and John farmers Payneham 1872[-1899] Memorial 27/265

ROSEWARNE, Henry gardener Payneham linked with John Rosewarne gardener Marden 1880 Memorial 75/327

ROSEWARNE, Henry yeoman Payneham 1881 Memorial 63/335

ROSEWARNE, Henry farmer formerly of the Gawler Plains but now of Fulham 1906 Memorial 37/456

ROSEWARNE, Henry farmer formerly of the Gawler Plains but now of the Reedbeds 1909 Memorial 245/463

ROSEWARNE, Herbert builder Marden 1914 Application 26305

ROSEWARNE, John farmer formerly of Payneham 1871 but now of Goodwood 1880 Application 27305

No 1

ROSEWARNE, Nicholas cornfactor Kadina 1876 Memorial 225/288

ROSEWARNE, Nicholas cornfactor Kadina. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1878 Grant Book 14 Page 54 County Daly

ROSEWARNE, Nicholas storekeeper Kadina 1886[-1887] Memorial 31/378

ROSEWARNE, Thomas farmer Salisbury 1888 Memorial 115/389

No 1

ROSIE, Donald builder Jamestown 1893[-1901] Memorial 76/417

ROSIE, Donald builder and undertaker Jamestown 1904 Application 24855

ROSIN, Hermann gardener Tanunda 1903 Application 24604.

ROSMAN, AVH/AWH law clerk Adelaide 1894[-1897] Memorial 125/420

No 1

ROSMAN, B accountant Kooringa 1875 Memorial 185/283

ROSMAN, B accountant Hammond 1894 Memorial 5/423

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

ROSMAN, William Henry accountant Kensington 1858 Memorial 78/132

ROSMAN, WH accountant Adelaide 1849 Memorial 75/14

ROSMAN, William Henry accountant North Adelaide 1861 Memorial 338/179

ROSMAN, WH the Younger bank manager Kooringa 1867[-1878] Memorial 248/224

ROSMAN, WH the Younger manager National Bank Kooringa 1874[-1875] Memorial 108/278

ROSMAN, William Henry the Younger brewer Kooringa 1880[-1881] Memorial 117/323

ROSMAN, William Henry the Younger formerly manager of the Kooringa branch of the National Bank of Australasia but now brewer Kooringa 1883 Memorial 97/350

ROSMAN, William Henry gold miner Barossa Gold Fields 1869 Memorial 5/243

ROSMAN, WH accountant Barossa Diggings 1871 Memorial

186/254

No 1 - possibly the same person

ROSS, Alexander tradesman Greenock Creek 1858 Memorial 65/133 Gentleman Greenock 1860 Memorial 169/170

ROSS, Alexander wheelwright Kapunda 1864 Memorial 212/199

No 2

ROSS, Alexander blacksmith Gumeracha 1858 Memorial 350/138

ROSS, Alexander farmer Gumeracha 1858 Memorial 212/151

No 3

ROSS, Alexander farm labourer Clare Co Stanley. Hundred of Reynolds land grant 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 31 County Victoria

No 4

ROSS, Alexander farmer Eudunda 1899 Application 23760.

ROSS, Alexander farmer Eudunda 1899 Memorial 55/437

No 5

ROSS, Alexander apiarist Williamstown 1905 Application 24976

No 6

ROSS, Alexander farmer Lameroo. Hundred of Bews land grant 1928 Grant Book 12 Page 15 County Chandos

No 1

ROSS, Alfred Ernest Albert Esquire Highercombe near Adelaide 1894 Memorial 196/420

ROSS, Alfred Ernest Alexander Esquire Highercombe near Adelaide 1891 Memorial 196/420

ROSS, Alfred Ernest Albert Alexander gentleman Highercombe 1896 Application 23165

ROSS, Alfred Ernest farmer Waikerie. Mid-Murray A & H Society trustee 1910 Grant Book 3 Page 96 County Albert

ROSS, Andrew blacksmith Milang 1913 Application 26220

ROSS, Bonaventura farmer Mannanarie. Hundred of Mannanarie land grant 1881 Grant Book 13 Page 83 County Dalhousie

No 1

ROSS, Boorn licensed victualler Adelaide bought an assigned underlease for the Dolphin Tavern from Alyce CAMPION for 5/- in 1891 Memorial 88/407

ROSS, Boorn publican Goodwood Park and Maud Margaret Ross his wife 1892 Application 22363

No 1

ROSS, Bryce clerk of the Commercial Exchange Room Adelaide 1847 Memorial 492/8

ROSS, Bryce gentleman Adelaide 1850 Memorial 375/22

ROSS, Bryce estate agent Adelaide 1851 Memorial 398/36.

ROSS, Bryce agent formerly of Adelaide but now of the province of Victoria 1854 Memorial 482/73

No 1

ROSS, Carl Hermann Benno farmer Australia Plains linked with Franz Friedrich Ross farmer Neu Mecklenburg 1899 Memorial 121/437

ROSS, Carl Hermann Benno farmer Australia Plains 1899 Memorial 203/437

ROSS, Carl Hermann Benno farmer Australia Plain Hundred of English land grant 1906 Grant Book 17 Page 178 County Eyre

ROSS, David William farmer Caltowie Co Victoria. Hundred of Tarcowie land grant 1926 Grant Book 13 Page 61 County Dalhousie

ROSS, Donald the Younger farmer Caltowie 1889 Memorial 19/397

ROSS, Emily Maria spinster Adelaide 1849[-1859] Memorial 79/14

No 1

ROSS, Franz Friedrich farmer Gilles Plains 1861 Memorial 77/172

ROSS, Franz Friedrich farmer formerly of Gilles Plains 1861 but now of Walton, Hundred of Nuriootpa 1865 Application 6905

ROSS, Franz Friedrich farmer [formerly of Gilles Plains but now of] Neu Mecklenburg 1893 Memorial 53/417

ROSS, Frederic English caretaker 24 Beulah Road, Norwood 1928 Memorial 28/499

No 1 - perhaps the same person

ROSS, George fruiterer Adelaide 1880 Memorial 114/321

ROSS, George gardener Fifth Creek 1898 Memorial 224/435

No 2

ROSS, George carpenter Milang 1886 Memorial 10/378

ROSS, George carpenter Milang 1905 Application 24969.

No 1

ROSS, Hector labourer North Armagh 1865 Memorial 261/200

ROSS, Hector farmer Armagh near Clare 1880 Memorial 79/320

No 1

ROSS, Howard James farmer Golden Grove, died 21/3/1945. Husband of Ethel Rita Grace Ross Memorial 99/519

ROSS, Ethel Rita Grace widow Golden Grove 1946, relict of Howard James Ross farmer Golden Grove, who died 1/3/1945 Application 28455

No 1

ROSS, Hugh carter Two Wells Hundred of Grace land grant 1874 Grant Book 27 Page 64 County Gawler

ROSS, Hugh labourer Grace Plains Hundred of Glen Roy land grant 1877 Grant Book 29 Page 285 County MacDonnell

No 2

ROSS, Hugh farmer Hundred of Minlacowie Hundred of Minlacowie land grant 1890 Grant Book 19 Page 257 County Fergusson

No 3

ROSS, Hugh labourer Yatala Vale 1928 Application 27714

ROSS, Isabella Anstice of Morialta, about to leave the province for a time, power of attorney to Allan Selby Blake BAKER stockowner Terlinga, to manage her SA business affairs 5/4/1889 Deposit 15/1890

No 1

ROSS, James blacksmith Pt Adelaide. William Hope Ross mentioned but not described 1876 Memorial 193/294

ROSS, James blacksmith Pt Adelaide 1881 Application 18799

No 2

ROSS, James farmer Kersbrook 1905 Memorial 44/453

ROSS, James apiarist Kersbrook 1905 Application 24976

ROSS, James bee farmer Kersbrook 1926 Memorial 32/495

No 1

ROSS, Johann Joachim Christian farmer Walton 1866 Memorial 126/212

ROSS, Johann Joachim Christian farmer Robertstown 1879 Grant Book 17 Page 168 County Eyre

No 1

ROSS, John manager Willowie 1861 Memorial 94/175

No 2

ROSS, John linked with Sections 408, 409 Hundred of Andrews Co Stanley 1892 Memorial 233/412

ROSS, John Charles mason Macclesfield 1895 Memorial 72/426

ROSS, John Charles mason Macclesfield 1899 Application 23936

No 1

ROSS, John Francis merchant formerly of Church Row, Newington, Surrey, England now of Adelaide March 1842 Memorial 186/55 Commission agent Adelaide 1850 Memorial 307/20 Sharebroker Adelaide by Dec 1852[-1854] Memorial 188/55 He held power of attorney assumed shortly before emigrating for JB MONTEFIORE merchant George St, near Mansion House London, Middlesex, England and his wife, Rebecca Montefiore, to attend to their SA business affairs Aug 1841 Memorial 191/55

ROSS, John Francis sharebroker Adelaide, became a bankrupt in 1851 Memorial 181/193

ROSS, John Francis merchant Adelaide 1856[-1857] Memorial 148/111

ROSS, John Francis timber merchant Adelaide 1858[-1859] Memorial 270/143

ROSS, John Francis broker Adelaide 1865[-1867] Memorial 8/205

ROSS, John William labourer Clement Gap. Hundred of Mundoora land grant 1911 Grant Book 14 Page 276 County Daly

ROSS, Kenneth farmer near Eudunda. Hundred of Neales land grant 1879 Grant Book 17 Page 196 County Eyre

ROSS, Peter mason Pt Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of Dublin land grant 1878 Grant Book 26 Page 341 County Gawler

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

ROSS, Robert Esquire formerly of Aberdeen, Scotland, but now of Adelaide 1843 Memorial 497/2

ROSS, Robert farmer Mt Crawford. Mt Crawford Presbyterian Church trustee 1868 Memorial 230/235

ROSS, Robert the Younger farmer Williamstown. Hundred of Barossa land grant 1891[-1898] Grant Book 2 Page 47 County Adelaide

ROSS, Robert stockholder Glengillian 1898 Application 23571

ROSS, Robert formerly the Younger sheep farmer Glengillian Mt Crawford 1905 Memorial 128/454

ROSS, Robert grazier Glengillian Mt Crawford. Hundred of Barossa land grant 1912[-1828] Grant Book 2 Page 56 County Adelaide

ROSS, Robert sheepfarmer Glengillian near Mt Crawford 1924 Memorial 35/490

ROSS, Robert retired farmer Kersbrook, died 19/9/1923 His wife mentioned but not named. Father of Jessie Ross, Mary BROOKS, Alexander Ross, James Ross, Margaret CLAYTON, Dora Ross and Peter Ross Memorial 73/491

No 2

ROSS, Robert overseer Kulinine 1876 Memorial 38/290

No 3

ROSS, Robert formerly wheelwright Gumeracha but then retired farmer Kersbrook, died 19/9/1923. He left his estate in trust for his widow during her lifetime, then to his children in equal shares in remainder expectant. The children included - Jessie Ross, Mary BROOKS, Alexander Ross, James Ross, Margaret CLAYTON, Dora Ross and Peter Ross. Estate worth £5,000. The sons had the chance to purchase certain sections of land at a certain price nominated in the will. The unmarried daughters inherited the household furniture. However, his wife, Mary Ross, died Loch Earn, Kersbrook, on 18/10/1917 of chronic bronchitis and heart disease, aged 87. Born in Conarie, Co Perth, Scotland, she had emigrated to SA 66 years ago. By 1925, Alexander and James Ross were apiarists at Williamstown Application 27379

No 1

ROSS, Robert Dalrymple deputy assistant Commissary General of HM Imperial Commissaries Adelaide 1866 Memorial 224/208

ROSS, Robert Dalrymple Assistant Commissary General Highercombe, about to depart the province for some time, power of attorney to John BAKER MLC Morialta, and his wife Mary Anstice Ross, to manage jointly his SA business affairs 22/5/1869 Deposit 62/1870

ROSS, Mary Anstice wife of Robert Dalrymple Ross Esquire Highercombe, died c1876. She left her estate in trust to her husband for life, then to her children in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant. If no children or their descendants survive, then various legacies to go to her mother, Isabella Baker, also Henry Chaffey Baker merchant's clerk Pt Adelaide, brother-in-law William Ranson Ross Esquire London, her husband's niece Leila ALVERS, Daniel KEKWICK of Adelaide, her aunt Harriett HARRISON, her second cousin, Henry Baker manager of her father's trust estate, Henry Chaffey Baker's sister Florence Baker, her sister-in-law Julia Ross, to her brothers and sisters, Isabella Morrison Baker, Elizabeth Anstice Baker, John Baker, Margaret Baker, Harriet Baker, and Allan Selby Baker, to Henry Duncan O'Halloran bank manager Pt Adelaide, George BOOTHBY Esquire Adelaide, John Brodie SPENCE bank manager Adelaide, brothers-in-law Reginald and Charles Ross, her cousin Walter ALLEN son of her uncle George Allen of Victoria, to her second cousin, Lily SHERARD daughter of Charles Sherard of Ballarat Vic, and the rest of the money to be divided equally amongst her brothers and sisters in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant. Her husband to be the trustee of the esate. The income on the trust estate to go towards the upbringing of their children Application 23272

ROSS, Robert Dalrymple Knight Speaker of the SA House of Assembly Highercombe, died 27/12/1887 North Adelaide. His estate worth £12,000. His estate to be divided equally between his two children, Alfred and Isobel Ross absolutely. His brother-in-law, Richard Chaffey BAKER to manage the mortgage properties which RD Ross held. It was also RD Ross's wish that his son, Alfred Ross, become manager of the Highercombe Estate, which his late wife, Mary Ross, had left in trust to him for life Application 23272

No 1

ROSS, Robert Wight mariner Pt Elliot 1856 Memorial 143/96

ROSS, Robert Wight mariner formerly of North Adelaide but now of Footscray Co Bourke Vic 1858 Memorial 97/148

ROSS, Robert Wight mariner formerly of Pt Elliot but now of Melbourne Vic 1861 Memorial 68/172

ROSS, Sandford commercial clerk Adelaide (Gawler Place) 1899[-1920] Memorial 24/438

ROSS, Thomas farmer Johnsburg 1887 Memorial 150/386

No 1

ROSS, William school teacher Adelaide 1846[-1854] Memorial 388/6 Hundred of Bremer land grant 1854 Memorial 470/64

ROSS, William land owner Adelaide 1852[-1853] Memorial 212/42

No 2

ROSS, William farmer Cox Creek 1854[-1864] Memorial 92/65

No 3

ROSS, William farmer Hundred of Yatala 1853 Memorial 207/48

ROSS, William farmer Gawler Hills 1854 Memorial 171/118

ROSS, William farmer Gawler 1855[-1856] Memorial 84/81 Hundred of Nuriootpa land grant 1856 Memorial 207/104

ROSS, William farmer formerly of Gawler but now of Sheaoak Log 1857 Memorial 24/118

No 4 - perhaps the same person

ROSS, William publican Aberdeen, Burra 1855 Memorial 195/83

ROSS, William publican Shipwright's Arms Le Fevre Peninsula 1856 Memorial 16/98

No 5

ROSS, William farmer Upper Dry Creek 1855[-1865] Memorial 37/85

No 6

ROSS, William Church of Scotland Minister Inverbrackie 1858 Memorial 289/146

No 7 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

ROSS, William the Elder no description died c1869 [probably in the Adelaide Hospital]. He left his entire estate to his wife, Katherine Ross, in trust for life, then equally absolutely in remainder expectant to his three children - William Ross the Younger, Alexander Ross and Janet Ross Memorial 238/273

ROSS, William the Elder no description died 26/12/1869. Husband of Katherine Ross later Mrs Thomas JACKSON by 1874. Father of William Ross the Younger, Alexander Ross and Janet Ross Memorial 189/276

ROSS, William [the Younger] of Broken Hill NSW linked with Alexander Ross of Dawesley. Sons of Mrs Katherine SPENCEwidow and brothers to Mrs Janet MCDONALD wife of Richard McDonald all of Dawesley. 1890 Memorial 171/404

ROSS, William no description died 26/12/1869 Adelaide Hospital, of morbus cordis, aged 54. His widow, Katherine Ross 42 gardener Stirling East (Father: William COCK) remarried to Thomas JACKSON 49 widower gardener Payneham (Father: Thomas Jackson) on 22/3/1871 Mrs Catherine Ross's residence Stirling East. Minister: James ASHTON. Witnesses: Samuel WELFARE labourer Cox Creek and Susan HILLMAN of Stirling East (she could not write). Thomas Jackson had died by 1883. Catherine Jackson 52 widow Scrubby Hill near Nairne remarried to Joseph SPENCE 80 widower labourer Scrubby Hill near Nairne (Father: Thomas Spence). Katherine Spence widow of the late Joseph Spence farmer near Dawesley, died 26/6/1896, of stomach cancer, aged 65. Her child by her first marriage, Jannett ROSS 17 Scott Creek married Richard MCDONALD 34 widower carter East Nairne (Father: John McDonald) on 1/10/1885, Joseph Spence residence. Minister: Paul C THOMAS. Witnesses: JS WATTS brickmaker Scott Creek, and Selina HILLMAN of Callington Application 23784

No 8

ROSS, William farmer Golden Grove 1883 Application 20029.

No 9

ROSS, William contractor Penola Penola North (later Penola Hundred of Penola) township allotment land grant 1868 Grant Book 31 Page 141 County Grey

ROSS, William contractor Penola 1887 Memorial 25/388

ROSS, William labourer Penola, died 28/8/1928 Memorial 166/500, RPA Search No 1

ROSS, William Fraser dentist The Parade, Norwood, died 1927. Probably husband of Matilda Ross now widow Watson Ave, Rose Park 1928 Memorial 182/498

No 1

ROSS, William Hope of Pt Pirie 1873 Memorial 23/271

ROSS, William Hope bank clerk Pt Pirie. Pt Pirie (Hundred of Pirie) township allotment land grant 1873 Grant Book 60 Page 477 County Victoria

ROSS, William Hope bank manager Pt Adelaide 1888 Memorial 149/393

ROSS, William Hope bank manager Gawler 1893 Memorial 180/417

ROSSACK, Heinrich farmer near Truro Hundred of Booleroo land grant 1886 Grant Book 24 Page 629 County Frome

ROSSELL, Sylvanus gentleman Pt Pirie. Napperby (Hundred of Napperby) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 60 Page 374 County Victoria

No 1

ROSSELL, William bookbinder Adelaide 1861 Memorial 319/174

ROSSELL, William bookbinder formerly of Gawler but now of MacDonnell Bay 1864 Memorial 306/196

ROSSER, Francis Watkin farmer Woodchester 1883 Application 19735

ROSSER,George Washington labourer Norwood 1905 Memorial 115/452

ROSSER, Henry Esquire Sheaoak Hills Encounter Bay 1859 Memorial 69/151

No 1

ROSSER, John the Younger tailor Adelaide 1855[-1860] Memorial 285/85

ROSSER, John the Younger storekeeper Norwood 1863 Memorial 160/192

ROSSER, John tailor Charles St, Norwood and Eliza Caroline Rosser his wife. Frederick Rosser presser Norwood must belong to this family. Arthur Cecil George Dale clerk Norwood a relative or family friend 1889 Memorial 13/396

No 1

ROSSER, John Holbin tailor Adelaide 1850[-1855] Memorial 54/21

ROSSER, John Holbin tailor Prospect 1857[-1861] Memorial 38/119

ROSSER, John Holbin tailor formerly of Adelaide 1855 but now of Prospect 1875 Application 14078

ROSSER, John Holbin pawnbroker formerly of Adelaide (Freeman St) late of Prospect and Unley Parks, died 28/11/1889. His wife, Harriet Catherine Rosser, had a life interest in trust in his real estate. She was his second wife, the marriage taking place on 25/12/1866. Her step-sons included Frederick Aden Rosser packer Cottonville Lower Mitcham, who died 21/4/1903, of pneumonia and cardiac failure, aged 54, and Henry Rosser cordial manufacturer Prospect 1894 then cordial maker Mt Gambier by 1907, who made trips to the Victorian goldfields in 1851-1852, and early 1853-early 1854. Other children included John Rosser tailor Norwood, Thomas Rosser deceased by 1907, Edwin Rosser out of business Sydney NSW, Holbin Rosser storeman Adeladie, Clara CHESTER wife of Charles J Chester gentleman Fullarton, Mary Ann CARLAND widow Adelaide, James Rosser labourer Hallett, Edith Crastin PASCOE wife of Charles Frederick Pascoe agent Sydney, Emma DODD deceased by 1907, and Zoe Eliza MALLEN wife of Walter Mallen brewer Mitcham Application 22836

ROSSER, Thomas miner Kapunda 1905 Application 24958

No 1

ROSSER, Watkin overseer of roads Adelaide and Mary Rosser formerly Mary TAFT his wife 1854 Memorial 195/63

ROSSER, Watkin farmer Woodchester and Mary Rosser his wife nee Mary TAFT of Mitcham 1870 Memorial 109/320

ROSSER, Watkin farmer Woodchester 1883 Application 19738

No 1

ROSSI, Ralph labourer Pt Adelaide 1862 Memorial 163/229

ROSSI, Ralph labourer Rosewater 1868 Memorial 164/229

ROSSI, Ralph storeman Yatala township and Mary Rossi his wife 1873 Application 12992

ROSSI, Ralph labourer Pt Adelaide 1890 Memorial 45/402

ROSSI, Ralph labourer Rosewater 1904 Application 24875

ROSSI, William postmaster Auburn 1875 Memorial 83/475

ROSSITER, Arthur Lloyd boot manufacturer Rossiter's Ltd, Unley Rd, Unley 1930 Application 27818

No 1

ROSSITER, David licensed victualler Yorketown Coobowie township allotment land grant 1875 Grant Book 19 Page 444 County Fergusson

ROSSITER, David licensed victualler Yorketown Minlaton township allotment land grant 1876[-1877] Grant Book 19 Page 195 County Fergusson

ROSSITER, David licensed victualler Yorketown, died 1877. Estate worth £2,800 Memorial 110/306

ROSSITER, Eric Harold farmer Strathalbyn. Strathalbyn Bowling Club trustee 1953 Memorial 44/528

No 1 FIND

ROSSITER, James shoemaker Angaston 1853[-1856] Memorial 213/48

ROSSITER, James mail contractor near Gawler 1861 Memorial 302/170

ROSSITER, James mail contractor formerly of near Gawler but now of Truro 1882 Application 19267

ROSSITER, James farmer formerly of Angaston but now of Truro 1883 Application 19620

No 2

ROSSITER, James licensed victualler Blanchetown 1864 Application 5588

ROSSITER, James licensed victualler Blanchetown 1865[-1869] Memorial 249/205

ROSSITER, James formerly licensed victualler Blanchetown but now out of business Adelaide 1869. Linked with Samuel Rossiter the Younger of Moonta Application 9836

ROSSITER, James gentleman formerly of Blanchetown, but now of Paignton, Devon, England, and Susanna Rossiter his wife [formerly Susannah FORBES widow], power of attorney to John RUDALL solicitor Gawler to manage their SA business affairs 3/11/1869 Application 10616

ROSSITER, John butcher Adelaide 1890 Memorial 80/405

No 1 - perhaps the same person

ROSSITER, Richard butcher Adelaide linked with Mary Ann Rossiter widow Adelaide 1878 Memorial 145/312

ROSSITER, Richard of Adelaide 1884 Memorial 215/361

ROSSITER, Richard of Adelaide, about to depart for NSW, power of attorneyh to Joseph COCKS commission agent Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 31/3/1884 Deposit 204/1884

No 1

ROSSITER, Robert licensed victualler Yorketown. Hundred of Minlacowie land grant 1877 Grant Book 19 Page 252 County Fergusson

ROSSITER, Robert farmer Yorketown. Hundred of Cunningham land grant 1877 Grant Book 19 Page 281 County Fergusson

No 1 - perhaps the same person

ROSSITER, Samuel carpenter Penrice 1858 Memorial 21/133

ROSSITER, Samuel builder Moonta 1866 Memorial 44/211

ROSSITER, Samuel carpenter formerly of Penrice 1858 but now of Moonta 1870 Application 10825

ROSSITER, Samuel the Elder timber merchant formerly of Pt Adelaide, but now of Woodville, about to depart for an extended period to parts beyond the sea, power of attorney to Samuel ROSSITER the Younger timber merchant Pt Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 20/4/1882 Deposit 58/1883

No 2

ROSSITER, Samuel Methodist minister Blinman 1883 Grant Book 59 Page 3 County Taunton

ROSSITER, Samuel the Younger Wesleyan minister Magill 1886 Memorial 84/406

ROSSITER, Thomas formerly licensed victualler Yorketown but now timber merchant Adelaide 1890 Memorial 240/406

ROSSITER, William cabinetmaker Adelaide 1886 Application 20991

ROSSON, George butcher Richmond 1886 Memorial 125/374

ROTH, Sigmund leased land in the Wiltshire Special Survey 1854 Memorial 180/272

No 1

ROTHALL, William Henry labourer Kingston S-E and Lavinia May Rothall his wife 1898 Memorial 23/434

ROTHALL, William Henry labourer Kingston S-E husband of Lavinia May Rothall who died 1/10/1898 intestate Memorial 169/436

ROTHALL, William Henry labourer Kingston 1900 Application 24078

ROTHALL, William Henry labourer Kingston S-E 1921 Memorial 120/482

No 1

ROTHE, Christian farmer Langmeil 1854 Memorial 22/67

ROTHE, Christian farme Section 289 Hundred of Nuriootpa 1856 Memorial 263/99

ROTHE, George Walter Charles retired in His Majesty's Artillery of parts beyond the sea 1906 Application 25252

No 1

ROTHE, Gustav Adolph mail contractor Callington 1947[-1952] Memorial 82/521

ROTHE, Johanne Ernestine married woman Callington 1953 Application 28944

No 1

ROTHE, Johann Gottlieb farmer near Truro 1861 Memorial 299/177

ROTHE, Johann Gottlieb farmer Duck Ponds near Angaston, declared insolvent on 25/4/1871 Memorial 37/255

ROTHER, Friedrich Carl bricklayer Kensington 1866 Application 7825

No 1

ROTHFOS, Charlotte widow Sheaoak Log 1857 Memorial 315/127

ROTHFOS, Charlotte widow formerly of Sheaoak Log but now of Kapunda 1861 Memorial 174/172

ROTHSCHILD, Nathaniel de (Baron) died 19/2/1870 intestate (heir Alfred Charles de Rothschild), Baron Mayer Amschel de ROTHSCHILD died 6/2/1874 (heir Leopold de Rothschild), Baron Sir Anthony Nathan de Rothschild died 3/1/1876 intestate, leaving his eldest son, Sir Nathaniel Mayer de Rothschild, as heir at law. The three men who had died owned considerable property in Australia jointly. The three heirs gave power of attorney to David MOORE merchant Melbourne Vic, to handle the estate’s Australian business affairs. 26/7/1880, he appointed George Wright HAWKES Esquire Gawler, to manage the estate’s SA business affairs Deposit 81/1881

ROTHWELL, John contractor Willamulka Hundred of Wiltunga land grant 1892 Grant Book 15 Page 3 County Daly

ROTHWELL, Harold Bertram farm labourer Tickera 1911 Grant Book 14 Page 224 County Daly

ROTHWELL, John farmer Tickera. Hundred of Tickera land grant 1910 Grant Book 14 Page 223 County Daly

ROUDE, Christian Heinrich cabinetmaker Adelaide (Rundle St) 1850 Memorial 207/24

ROUGH, John miner Mitcham 1849 Memorial 125/53

No 1

ROUND, Thomas of Gawler 1845 Memorial 265/23

ROUND, Thomas bookkeeper Gawler 1847 Memorial 259/9

No 1

ROUND, William clerk to William Thompson SABBEN solicitor Adelaide 1849 Memorial 94/19

ROUND, William of 2 Clark's Buildings Adelaide 1850 Memorial 400/21

ROUND, William clerk to Messrs FREW & WEARING solicitors Adelaide 1851 Memorial 63/38

No 1

ROUNSEVELL, HV clerk to Messrs SYMON, BAKEWELL & SYMON solicitors Adelaide 1885 Memorial 173/365

ROUNSEVELL, Horace Vernon solicitor Adelaide 1899[-1913] Memorial 171/437

No 1

ROUNSEVELL, John farmer Tara Estate Littlehampton Sections & pt Sections 2969, 4422, 4426-4430 503 acres which he rented at £100 a year for 10 years with right of purchase for £2,000 from William Rounsevell gentleman Glenelg 'To pay rents and all rates, to keep all buildings and fences in good repair and condition, to cultivate the land in a proper manner 1869 Memorial 73/237

ROUNSEVELL, John gentleman Tara Hall, Littlehampton, received an annuity of £104 a year for life from the estate of his brother, William Rounsevell (died 5/10/1874). Eventually, his nephew, WB Rounsevell, settled Tara Hall upon John Rounsevell, in lieu of the annuity Application 27356

ROUNSEVELL, John and John Martin Rounsevell stockholders Littlehampton 1877 Memorial 136/299

ROUNSEVELL, John farmer Tara Estate Littlehampton 1883 Memorial 2/352

No 2

ROUNSEVELL, John mail contractor Kapunda 1863 Application 4402

ROUNSEVELL, John coach proprietor Kapunda 1864 Memorial 294/197, Application 5027

ROUNSEVELL, John mail contractor Kapunda Hundred of Wongyarra land grant 1865 Grant Book 23 Page 51 County Frome

ROUNSEVELL, John railway goods carrier Adelaide 1867 Application 8762

ROUNSEVELL, John gentleman Glen Para linked with William Benjamin Rounsevell stockholder Corryton Park near Mt Crawford 1872 Memorial 65/259

ROUNSEVELL, John mail contractor formerly of Kapunda 1866 but now of Adelaide 1874 Application 13302

ROUNSEVELL, John Esquire Adelaide, power of attorney to Edward Meade BAGOT Esquire Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 23/9/1876 Deposit 250/1876

ROUNSEVELL, John Esquire Adelaide father of John William Henry Rounsevell Esquire Corryton Park (the eldest son who turned 21 on 28/4/1881) 1882 Memorial 66/343

ROUNSEVELL, John gentleman Hutt St, Adelaide, died 15/5/1902, of morbus cordis, aged 65. He was a son to William Rounsevell and a brother to WB Rounsevell Application 27356

ROUNSEVELL, John Corryton farmer Nadda linked with Reginald Rounsevell formerly farmer Nadda but now retired farmer Victor Harbor 1933 Memorial 69/510

ROUNSEVELL, John William Henry Esquire Adelaide 1883 Application 19254

No 1

ROUNSEVELL, William constable Adelaide 1843[-1844] Memorial 155/54 Police sergeant Adelaide 1851 Memorial 454/35

ROUNSEVELL, William livery stable keeper Adelaide 1853 Memorial 428/54

ROUNSEVELL, William gentleman Glenelg 1868 Memorial 70/234

ROUNSEVELL, William gentleman Glenelg, about to leave the province for a time, power of attorney to Hon Thomas ENGLISH MLC Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 24/12/1868 Deposit 163/1869

ROUNSEVELL, William gentleman formerly of Glenelg but now in parts beyond the seas 1869 Memorial 79/240

ROUNSEVELL, William gentleman Glenelg, died 5/10/1874. He left his wife, Mary Rounsevell, his house at Glenelg and an annuity of £600 both in trust for her lifetime. Mary Rounsevell 59 widow College Town (Father: Thomas PALMER) remarried to Richard LANGMAN 60 widower gentleman North Adelaide (Father: Hugh Langman) on 14/12/1878 Mrs Rounsevell's residence College Town. Minister: Charles MANTHORPE. Witnesses: J Rounsevell gentleman Hutt St, Adelaide and Henry CODD builder Unley. Mary Langman widow of Richard Langman gentleman Shannon St, Glenelg, died 3/10/1911, of senile decay, aged 93. Born in North Hill, Cornwall, England. To SA 72 years ago. 1 son living; 1 daughter deceased. Application 27356

ROUNSEVELL, William gentleman Glenelg, died c1874. Any money his sons John and William Benjamin Rounsevell owed him to be deducted from the moneys owing to them from the estate and the debts cancelled. His wife to get the personal estate, £100 immediately after his death and a £600 life annuity. His brother John Rounsevell farmer Littlehampton to get £104 annuity for life. His niece, Mary TURNER, daughter of James Turner farmer Edwardstown, to get £75 annuity for life. His aunt, Catherine Rounsevell of Pengelly, Cornwall, England, to get £25 annuity for life. His wife Mary to have his house at Glenelg for life. After her death, the property to be sold. His son, William Benjamin Rounsevell, to get £20,000. His son, John, to have a life interest in Corryton Park Estate, then to his own eldest son, John William Henry Rounsevell. The rest of the money to be shared equally between WB and John Rounsevell, after allowing for the various legacies. Executors: Thomas ENGLISH, Samuel TOMKINSON, Mary Rounsevell Enrolment 93/51

RUGLESS, Henry Samuel gentleman Glenelg 1927, declared that he was Mayor of Glenelg and had lived in the town for 60 years. He well knew the property called Tintagel, facing Sussex St, adjoining Liverpool House on the corner of Liverpool Tce (Adelaide Rd) and Sussex St. He remembered that in turn, the VICTORSEN family, the late Mary LANGMAN and Mr & Mrs JUDE and family lived there. For many years, Tintagel formed part of William ROUNSEVELL's estate, and was auctioned off in September 1894 after his death. Mary Langman bought the house (She was William Rounsevell's widow). William KAY and then his son, Robert Henry Kay, acted as trustees for the estate of William Rounsevell Application 27500.

No 1

ROUNSEVELL, William Benjamin coach proprietor Strathalbyn 1867 Memorial 125/226

ROUNSEVELL, William Benjamin mail contractor Adelaide, having sold his share of Cobb & Co mail contractors, coach proprietors and livery stable keepers Adelaide, to Henry Robert FULLER Esquire MP Adelaide, for £145 and other valuable considerations, power of attorney to HR Fuller to complete the other aspects connected with the sale 12/11/1868 Deposit 205/1868

ROUNSEVELL, William Benjamin stockholder Corryton Park near Mt Crawford, held the lease to Moolooloo Station (756 square miles) 1872 Memorial 13/260

ROUNSEVELL, William Benjamin wine and spirit merchant Adelaide trading as WB Rounsevell & Co 1886 Memorial 89/378

ROUNSEVELL, WB spirit merchant Adelaide 1886 Application 21100

ROUNSEVELL, William Benjamin wine and spirit merchant formerly of Adelaide but now of Glenelg 1891 Memorial 82/407

ROUNSEVELL, William Benjamin gentleman Tremere Glenelg 1920 Memorial 16/480

ROUNSEVELL, William Benjamin gentleman Tremere Glenelg, died 18/7/1923. Estate worth £24,000 Memorial 132/491

ROURKE, James labourer Newenham on the Torrens 1877[-1890] Memorial 90/304

ROURKE, John labourer Newenham on the Torrens 1891 Memorial 160/410

No 1

ROUS, Thomas Manners (the Hon and Rev’d) of London, Middlesex, England, purchased Sections 654, 655 Wiltshire Special Survey, as land grants 1842 [The transactions must have been registered after his death] Memorial 205/50

ROUS, Thomas Manners (the Hon and Rev’d) Clerk in Holy Orders South St, Park Lane, Middlesex, England, died 31/5/1841. Bequests, including SA Company shares and Portuguese Bonds, to sisters, godchildren, nieces and nephews, £50 to help pay off the National Debt. His sisters were Lady Frances HOTHAM and Lady Louisa HORSEY. His mother, the Right Hon Charlotte Maria, Countess of Stradbroke widow, the executor of the will. Estate worth £4,000 Deposit 415/1865

STRADBROKE, Charlotte Maria, Countess of widow of the late Right Hon John Carl of Stradbroke, Viscount Dunwich and Baron Rous of Dennington, Suffolk, England, power of attorney to revoke the attorneyship of Frederic BAYNE gentleman, formerly of 5 Falcon Square, London, England, now of Adelaide, concerning the SA estate of her late son, Hon Thomas Manners ROUS, and appoint in his stead, Francis Staker DUTTON 62 Lower Brook St, Grosvenor Square, London, about to proceed to SA 11/2/1847 Deposit 417/1855

ROUSE, GR bank officer Mt Barker 1914 Memorial 112/470

ROUSE, Henry of Kadina 1881 Memorial 20/337

No 1

ROUSE, John farmer Hundred of Goolwa 1853[-1854] Memorial 47/53

ROUSE, John farmer Pt Elliot 1887 Application 21137

No 2

ROUSE, John farmer Inman Valley Hundred of Encounter Bay land grant 1896 Grant Book 36 Page 92 County Hindmarsh

ROUSE, Mary widow Adelaide 1853 Memorial 455/50

No 1

ROUSE, William wardsman Adelaide Hospital 1858 Memorial 333/142

ROUSE, William hospital wardsman Norwood 1864[-1865] Application 5781, Memorial 249/200

No 2

ROUSE, William farmer Wirreanda trustee unnamed Chapel Hundred of Arkaba Hundred of Arkaba land grant 1880 Grant Book 33 Page 3 County Hanson

ROUSE, William farmer Arkaba trustee unnamed Chapel Hundred of Arkaba Hundred of Arkaba land grant 1882 Grant Book 33 Page 3 County Hanson

ROUSE, William Wilcox farmer near Pt Elliot 1868 Application 9371

ROUTLEDGE, Mary widow Adelaide 1870 Memorial 182/246

No 1

ROUTLEDGE, Robert farmer Tenterden 1858 Memorial 264/151

ROUTLEDGE, Robert farmer near Findon 1860 Application 1198

ROUTLEDGE, Robert farmer District of Yatala 1861 Memorial 217/174

ROUTLEDGE, Robert farmer Reedbeds 1874 Application 13905

ROUTLEDGE, Robert farmer Reedbeds 1874 Memorial 72/278

ROUTLEY, Charles George farmer Pt Broughton. Hundred of Mundoora land grant 1921 Grant Book 14 Page 289 County Daly

ROEVER/ROVER/RÖVER, Heinrich farmer Adelaide 1849 Memorial 412/14

No 1

ROW, James master of the barque Tory at present sojourning at Pt Adelaide 1851 Memorial 116/38

ROW, James master of the barque Tory, at present sojourning at Pt Adelaide, but being about to quit the province, power of attorney to Frederick John BECK Esquire Adelaide, to complete the sale of his land Section 30 Hundred of Onkaparinga, to James Collins HAWKER gentleman Adelaide 5/12/1851 Deposit 280/1856

ROW, James master of the Barque Tory, lately sojourning at Pt Adelaide but now of parts beyond the seas 1853 Memorial 1/55

No 2

ROW, James farmer Gawler Plains 1862[-1866] Memorial 345/186

ROW, James farmer Gawler River Co Gawler. Hundred of Crystal Brook land grant 1882 Grant Book 60 Page 233 County Victoria

ROW, James farmer Crystal Brook. Hundred of Crystal Brook land grant 1885 Grant Book 60 Page 235 County Victoria

ROW, James farmer Crystal Brook 1886[-1892] Memorial 182/373

No 3

ROW, James gentleman Eastwood 1892 Memorial 17/415

No 1

ROW, John well digger Adelaide 1840 Application 13004

ROW, John farmer Adelaide 1847. Para Plains land purchase Memorial 141/44

ROW, John miner Miner's Village 1848 Memorial 330/45

ROW, John miner Miner’s Village bought Section 7579 beside the Gawler River, in partnership with John MAGOR for £83 on 14/3/1848. Enrolment 80/13

ROW, John miner on the Gawler River, died 12/11/1848 of influenza, aged 37. Informant John Rowe miner Gawler River [brother-in-law] Application 328

ROW, John Benjamin farmer Gawler Plains near Peachey Belt linked with James Row farmer Gawler Plains and Catherine JONES formerly Row wife of William Jones farmer Gawler Plains [Munno Para West] 1862[-1865] Memorials 162/181, 22/202

No 1

ROW, Thomas gentleman Kensington 1854 Memorial 381/61

ROW, Thomas formerly gentleman Kensington 1853 but now omnibus driver Norwood 1862 Application 3606

ROW, Thomas omnibus driver Norwood 1865[-1874] Memorial 70/205

ROW, Thomas cab driver Adelaide, died 30/1/1878 Adelaide intestate. Letters of administration to his wife, Elizabeth, to administer the estate. Estate worth £90 17/5/1883 Deposit 206/1883

ROW, Elizabeth administratrix of the estate of Thomas Row cab driver Adelaide formerly of Norwood 1883 Application 19955

No 1

ROW, William and Margaret of Gawler River both minors children of the late John Row and Catherine Row his wife [From other sources, Mrs John Row remarried to William JONES farmer Gawler Plains]. John Rowe farmer Golden Grove North Road was an uncle to the children [His wife was a sister to Mrs Catherine Row] 1862. By 1863, Margaret Row had married John TURNER mail driver Virginia Memorial 298/183, Application 3879

ROW, William farmer Gawler Plains 1870 Memorial 93/245

ROWAN, Arthur Pitt labourer Queenstown 1891 Application 21210

No 1

ROWAN, Daniel yeoman Pt Wakefield 1851 Memorial 214/37

ROWAN, Daniel yeoman formerly of Pt Wakefield now of Melbourne Vic 1853 Memorial 283/50

No 1

ROWAN, WIlliam John shepherd Pt Lincoln 1870[-1874] Memorial 202/249

ROWAN, William John farmer Koppia near Pt Lincoln 1875 Memorial 38/281

ROWAN, William John eatinghouse keeper Lake Hamilton Sheringa (Hundred of Way) township allotment land grant 1884 Grant Book 48 Page 102 County Musgrave

ROWAN, William John eatinghouse keeper formerly of Pt Lincoln but then of Sheringa, died 14/7/1888. Husband of Mary Rowan. Father of Mary Ann HURRELL wife of Thomas Hurrell farmer Sheringa, who died 27/7/1905 Memorials 10, 11/493

ROWAN, William John eating house keeper formerly of Pt Lincoln but then of Sheringa, died 14/7/1888. His widow, Mary Rowan, died 18/5/1923 Dale St, Pt Adelaide, of senility and heart failure, aged 89. Born in Co Kildare, Ireland, she had come to SA 70 years previously. Married aged 20 years. One daughter living, Mary Ann HURRELL, wife of Thomas farmer Sheringa, who died 27/7/1905. Her estate worth £222. Her husband, Thomas Hurrell farmer Sheringa, died 15/11/1916, of senility and heart failure, aged 70. Born in England, he had been in SA about 58 years. Married c22 years. 2 sons and 7 daughers living; 1 son and 1 daughter deceased. Their son-in-law was FW FELTUS of North Shields Application 27319

No 1 - perhaps a mixture of the Elder and the Younger; or are they both the Younger??

ROWATT, Richard licensed victualler Adelaide 1854 Memorial 327/76

ROWATT, Richard the Younger gentleman Adelaide 1855[-1857] Memorial 269/82

No 1

ROWE, Abel yeoman Adelaide 1854 Memorial 413/69

ROWE, Abel and Samuel gentlemen North Adelaide 1854 Memorial 495/69

ROWE, Abel yeoman North Adelaide 1858 Memorial 178/146

ROWE, Albert Edward caretaker HM Customs Perth WA purchased land in Lameroo 1908 Grant Book 12 Page 37 County Chandos

ROWE, Alfred Thomas farmer Lower Light 1905 Memorial 181/453

ROWE, Arthur bank clerk Moonta 1894 Memorial 193/421

ROWE, AE of Riverton 1915 Memorial 1/473

ROWE, Benjamin and James farmers Munno Para West 1865 Memorial 22/202

ROWE, Charles farmer Little Para 1853 Memorial 376/51

ROWE, Cyril George and Slemen Arthur Rowe farmers and graziers Northfield 1950 Memorial 151/525

No 1

ROWE, David farmer Northfield and Emma Rowe his wife 1904 Memorial 183/451

ROWE, David farmer Northfield 1909 Memorial 114/461

ROWE, David farmer Northfield 1914 Application 26338

ROWE, David farmer Northfield 1939. His wife, Emma Rowe, had died 2/8/1928 Miss ROWE's hospital, Wakefield St, Adelaide, on 2/8/1928, ofmorbus cordis, aged 65. Born at Gilles Plains. Married aged 30. 1 son deceased. No live children Application 28233

ROWE, Edmund farmer Willunga 1853[-1862] Memorial 263/59

ROWE, Edmund farmer Willunga 1861 Application 2587

ROWE, Edmund, John Henry and Henry farmers Willunga 1870 Application 11007

ROWE, Edmund farmer McLaren Vale Willunga Primitive Methodist Chapel trustee 1874 Application 13981

ROWE, Edmund formerly farmer McLaren Flat late gentleman North Adelaide, died 22/2/1882. His estate worth £300. His wife Mary Rowe nee Mary MUSSON to have his personal estate within the house absolutely and a life interest in trust in the real estate. After her death, the land to be sold and the proceeds to be divided equally absolutely in remainder expectant amongst the children of his late son John Henry Rowe (wife Jane Ann nee JACKSON) - Edmund Rowe (born 3/5/1867), William Jackson Rowe, John Phillipson Rowe and Martha Jane Rowe. Cash legacies to his niece Mary MIDDLEBROOK, and the children of his late daughter, Elizabeth Ann RICHARDS - Richard, Martha Ann, Edmund John William Henry, Mary Jane and Edward Thomas Richards, and the children of his late daughter, Mary Jane POLKINGHORNE - John Henry, Mary Jane and Edward Thomas Polkinghorne. Mary Rowe, relict of Edmund Rowe, died 24/3/1886 Angas St, Adelaide, of fibroid phthisis, aged 63. Jane Anne Rowe, daughter-in-law of Edmund Rowe, and widow of the late Thomas Edward Rowe, died 4/3/1897 McLaren Flat, of dropsy and carcinoma of the liver, aged 56. This application contains a number of birth certificates of Edmund Rowe's grandchildren Application 26644

No 1

ROWE, Edwin blacksmith Bowden 1862[-1869] Memorial 42/181

ROWE, Edwin of Bowden secretary Permanent Economic Loan Land Building & Investment Society 1883 Memorial 198/349

ROWE, Edwin blacksmith Brompton 1866[-1874]. Member of the Second Economic Land and Building Society 1866 Memorial 205/217

ROWE, Edwin blacksmith Brompton. Much involved in various Building Societies 1868 Memorial 130/232

ROWE, Edwin blacksmith Brompton 1877 Memorial 244/304

ROWE, Edwin Permanent Economic Loan, Land, Building and Investment Society Secretary Bowden 1885[-1888] Memorial 162/365

ROWE, Edwin Secretary SA Building Society 1889 Application 21682

No 2

ROWE, Edwin dairyfarmer Bald Hills Tungkillo Hundred of Tungkillo land grant 1873 Grant Book 58 Page 308 County Sturt

ROWE, Edwin auctioneer Tungkillo Hundred of Tungkillo land grant 1871 Grant Book 58 Page 308 County Sturt

ROWE, Edwin auctioneer South Petherton, died 19/11/1874 intestate. Letters of administration to his wife, Amelia Rowe, to settle the £1,145 estate Memorial 33/283

No 3

ROWE, Edwin and John Phillipson Rowe farmers Willunga linked with Martha Jane Rowe spinster Willunga 1891 Memorial 11/411

ROWE, Emmelina widow 67 Angas St, Adelaide 1919 Application 26733

ROWE, Frederick blacksmith Gawler South 1910 Memorial 149/463

No 1

ROWE, George Henry of Adelaide 1890 Memorial 165/401

ROWE, George Henry blacksmith Dry Creek, born 4/9/1869, beneficiary under the will of James Buttress Rowe 1892 Application 22371

No 1

ROWE, George Warren ironturner Gawler South 1883 Memorial 182/349

ROWE, George Warren fitter Gawler 1883 Memorial 171/352

ROWE, George Warren fitter Gawler South, died 1892. His widow, Annie Maria Rowe, remarried to Thomas WILTSHIRE. By 1913, she was widowed again Application 26214

ROWE, Harriett married woman Kapunda 1898[-1910] Memorial 79/436

ROWE, Heinrich farmer Mt Gambier 1881 Memorial 38/335

No 1 - perhaps the same person; perhaps family link.

ROWE, Henry miner Kapunda 1855 Memorial 291/120

ROWE, Henry farmer Kapunda. Trustee Wesleyan Methodist Chapel Kapunda 1865 Memorial 275/206

ROWE, Henry miner formerly of Kapunda but now of Clunes Vic 1875 Application 14751

ROWE, Henry of Kapunda, trustee Wesleyan Methodist Chapel Kapunda , had left the province for Victoria by 1875 Application 14751

No 2

ROWE, Henry clerk to S ALLEN and DJ O'BRIEN of Adelaide 1866 Memorial 194/215

No 3

ROWE, Henry of Willunga eldest son and heir at law of the late Grace Rowe formerly widow Adelaide now deceased. Linked with Edmund Rowe farmer Willunga 1869 Memorial 203/236

No 4

ROWE, Henry labourer Norwood 1875 Memorial 109/286

ROWE, Henry labourer Adelaide 1876 Memorial 39/291

No 1

ROWE, Henry William miner Kapunda 1854[-1861] Memorial 475/77

ROWE, Henry William carter Kapunda 1863-1871] Memorial 58/353

No 1 - perhaps the same person

ROWE, HJP fireman Angaston 1921 Memorial 58/484

ROWE, Hubert John Percy commercial traveller 55 Esplanade, Semaphore 1938 Memorial 118/512

No 1

ROWE, James farmer Dry Creek 1851[-1872]. Wesleyan Methodist Memorial 153/31

ROWE, James farmer Dry Creek, beneficiary under the will of James Buttress Rowe 1892 Application 22374

No 2

ROWE, James Bible Christian Minister of the Gospel Watervale 1853 Memorial 343/78

ROWE, James Bible Christian Minister of the Gospel Kensington 1855 Memorial 372/89

ROWE, James Bible Christian minister Kooringa 1856 Memorial 131/120

ROWE, James Bible Christian minister formerly of North Kapunda but now of Melbourne Vic 1857 Memorial 208/122

ROWE, James Bible Christian Minister formerly of Watervale but now of Melbourne Vic 1857 Memorial 139/128

ROWE, James Bible Christian Minister Adelaide 1860 Memorial 315/162

ROWE, James Bible Christian minister Auburn 1882. In that year, he oversaw the sale of the Bible Christian chapel at Riverton, in response to a BC Conference held on 27/7/1881 at Newport on the Isle of Wight in England which authorised him and James STOYEL to supervise the sale of such BC real estate as might be deemed appropriate Memorial 164/339

No 3

ROWE, James licensed victualler Thebarton and Lily Eliza Rowe his wife 1904 Memorial 111/451

ROWE, James licensed victualler formerly of Thebarton but now of Bathurst Road, East Orange NSW 1911 Memorial 36/465

No 1 – the Elder

ROWE, James Butress farmer Alberton 1849 Memorial 37/79

ROWE, James Buttress farmer Dry Creek 1859 Memorial 339/150

ROWE, James Buttress farmer Dry Creek, died c1873. His widow probably called Martha Rowe. Bequests to his daughter, Dorcas WALKLEY, and his son, James Rowe farmer Dry Creek Memorial 219/267

ROWE, Martha widow of James Buttress Rose, remarried 12/4/1876 North Adelaide, to James HALL farmer Dry Creek Application 22374

No 2 – the Younger

ROWE, James Buttress farmer Tiparra. Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1885 Grant Book 14 Page 420 County Daly

ROWE, James Henry farmer near Kapunda 1886[-1888] Memorial 87/376

ROWE, Jane widow Adelaide 1887[-1888] Memorials 72/387, 95/395

No 1

ROWE, John miner Adelaide 1842 Memorial 252/3

ROWE, John miner Adelaide 1845 Memorial 193/5

ROWE, John miner Gawler River 1848 Application 328

ROWE, John miner Section 2158 County Adelaide [Golden Grove] and Juliana Rowe his wife 1849[-1851] Memorial 223/18

ROWE, John farmer Dry Creek 1852 Memorial 20/39

ROWE, John farmer Upper Dry Creek 1855 Memorial 397/81

ROWE, John farmer Golden Grove on the Little Para 1853[-1866] Hundred of Pt Gawler land grant 1853 Memorial 458/68

ROWE, John farmer Golden Grove 1863, linked with William Rowe farmer Gawler River and Margaret TURNER wife of John Turner mail driver Virginia Application 3879

ROWE, John farmer Golden Grove 1871 Application 11196

No 2 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

ROWE, John stonemason Adelaide 1848[-1851] Memorial 277/11

ROWE, John the Elder stonemason Adelaide 1855 Linked with Joseph Rowe builder Adelaide Memorial 123/89

ROWE, John the Younger stone mason Adelaide 1863 Application 3886

ROWE, John the Elder mason Adelaide 1875 Application 14424

ROWE, John builder Adelaide, died 14/6/1908. Father of Thomas Henry Rowe wheelwright Adelaide. Other children mentioned but not named. Estate worth £768 Memorial 195/459

No 3

ROWE, John blacksmith Callington 1851 Memorial 480/39

ROWE, John blacksmith Mt Barker 1854 Memorial 277/74

ROWE, John blacksmith Mt Barker North 1855 Memorial 65/89

ROWE, John blacksmith Mt Barker North 1854[-1855] Memorial 482/116

ROWE, John blacksmith Mt Barker North, died 20/10/1882. His real estate went into trust to benefit his widow, Jane Rowe, for life, then absolutely in remainder expectant to his daughter, Phillippa JOLLY wife of William Jolly storekeeper Moonta Application 20594

ROWE, Mrs John of Moonta had an interest in land in Mt Barker 1885 Application 20592

No 4 - perhaps a continuation of No 3

ROWE, John yeoman Mt Barker purchased land in Callington township 1856 Memorial 92/110

No 5 - the Elder and the Younger

ROWE, John farmer Allen Creek, sold the Sir John Franklin Hotel Kapunda, on behalf of his son, Henry Rowe, ‘now in Victoria’, to James CRASE publican Kapunda for £130 Sep 1854 Application 11648

ROWE, John gentleman Kapunda, died 2/5/1869. Wooden arm chair to his sister Betsy PASCOE. To his daughter, Catherine TRELOAR, all other goods and chattels in her possession, except books and papers. All other goods, including household furniture, to be sold by aution to pay off the mortgage on his farm, Section 1513, Hundred of Kapunda. Then the farm to be sold by auction. The money raised to pay off his son Henry’s debt to Scandrett & Elliott printers and stationers Kapunda. The rest of the money to be divided equally into quarters - equal share to his sons Henry and John ROWE and his daughters Elizabeth ROWLEY wife of George Rowley, and Catherine TRELOAR. Son John Rowe and David NOCK of Kapunda to be executors Enrolment 95/49

ROWE, John the Younger carpenter formerly of Kapunda but now of Gawler 1875, son of the late John Rowe the Elder formerly gentleman Kapunda, who died 2/5/1869 Application 14628

No 6

ROWE, John assayer Kapunda 1864[-1869] Memorial 264/195

No 7

ROWE, John of Parkside, overseer Government Survey stables Adelaide, and Annie Rowe his wife. Parents of a young son called Henry Rowe who still lived at home, and two daughters, one married to Richard CORRELL and another married to John JONES 1869 Memorial 77/264

No 8 - perhaps the same person

ROWE, John farmer Stanley Flat 1872 Memorial 181/269

ROWE, John farmer Gumbowie 1881 Memorial 75/331

ROWE, John farmer Boolcunda 1887 Memorial 70/384

No 9

ROWE, John gentleman North Adelaide, died 22/2/1882. Executors: John ALLEN farmer Willunga and John PRIEST builder Adelaide 1891 Memorial 204/410

No 10

ROWE, John farmer Virginia 1883 Application 19588

No 11

ROWE, John labourer Mt Bryan Co Burra. Hundred of Gumbowie land grant 1884 Grant Book 40 Page 46 County Kimberley

ROWE, John Benjamin and James Rowe farmers Gawler Plains 1866 Application 21537

No 1

ROWE, John Birkenhagen drover Redruth near Kooringa 1911[-1923] Memorial 173/465

ROWE, John Birkenhagen drover Kooringa 1936 Memorial 109/509

ROWE, John Birkenhagen drover Burra, died 15/12/1948 Burra Hospital. Husband of Helen Rowe Memorials 113 & 114/523

ROWE, Helen married woman Aberdeen near Kooringa 1914 Memorial 77/470

ROWE, Helen formerly married woman Hampton near Kooringa but now widow Burra 1954 Memorial 136/529

ROWE, John Buttress farmer Dry Creek 1859 Memorial 339/150

ROWE, John Corser orchardist Waikerie. Mid-Murray A & H Society trustee 1910 Grant Book 3 Page 96 County Albert

ROWE, John Godfree of Oladdie 1885 Memorial 119/372

No 1

ROWE, John Peter farmer Hundred of Munno Para 1874 Memorial 227/271

ROWE, John Peter farmer Angle Vale Co Adelaide. Hundred of Narridy land grant 1881 Grant Book 60 Page 260 County Victoria

ROWE, John Peter farmer Angle Vale 1882 Application 18987

No 1

ROWE, John Phillipson farmer Willunga 1891 Memorial 11/411

ROWE, John Phillipson of Willunga, died c1892. Son of Jane Ann Rowe widow Willunga and brother to Edmund Rowe farmer Willunga Memorial 105/420

ROWE, John Phillipson died. His widow, Jane Ann Rowe, died 4/3/1896. Executors: Edmund Rowe farmer Willunga and Martha Jane LEAKER wife of Joseph Leaker farmer Willunga Memorial 78/430

No 1

ROWE, John Thomas farmer Macaw Creek Hundred of Koolunga land grant 1880 Grant Book 55 Page 189 County Stanley

ROWE, John Thomas miller Koolunga 1888[-1890] Memorial 186/394

No 1

ROWE, John Treloar of SA 1852[-1853] Memorial 24/46

ROWE, John Treloar of Allen Creek 1854 Memorial 168/76

ROWE, John Treloar farmer Allen Creek 1854[-1861] Memorial 310/150

No 1

ROWE, Joseph tinman Adelaide 1849[-1854] Memorial 273/15

ROWE, Joseph tinman Adelaide (Hindley St) 1857[-1872] Memorial 278/127

ROWE, Joseph plumber Adelaide 1850 Memorial 367/20

ROWE, Joseph builder Adelaide 1854[-1855] Memorial 152/67

ROWE, Joseph plumber Kent Town, died c1884. Husband of Selina Rowe Memorial 31/357

ROWE, Selina widow Kent Town relict of the late Joseph Rowe formerly plumber Adelaide (Hindley St) but now deceased 1884 Memorial 31/357

ROWE, Joseph George engine cleaner Stirling East 1913 Application 26516

No 1

ROWE, Josiah farmer Gawler River 1855 Memorial 63/96

ROWE, Josiah farmer Two Wells Hundred of Pt Gawler 1868 Memorial 199/234

ROWE, Josiah farmer Pt Gawler Hundred of Grace land grant 1871 Grant Book 27 Page 62 County Gawler

ROWE, Josiah farmer Two Wells 1873 Application 12695

No 2

ROWE, Josiah farmer Stanley, died 17/4/1877 Barton Tce, North Adelaide, typhoid fever, and fatty disease of the heart, aged 46 Application 16395

ROWE, Josiah Howard farmer Two Wells 1925 Memorial 55/494

ROWE, Leonard George farmer Sandilands 1918[-1920] Memorial 144/476

ROWE, Mary Ann Susan married woman Virginia 1945 Application 28398

No 1

ROWE, MS clerk to Messrs ANDREWS & BONNIN solicitors Adelaide Adelaide 1880 Memorial 77/324

ROWE, MS clerk to Alfred BONNIN solicitor Adelaide 1881[-1884] Memorial 137/329

No 1

ROWE, Peter wheelwright Adelaide 1848[-1853] Hundred of Munno Para land purchase Memorial 53/39

ROWE, Peter wheelwright Adelaide (Wright St) 1849 Memorial 128/17

ROWE, Peter wheelwright Adelaide (Wright St) 1855 Hundred of Pt Gawler land grant Memorial 170/83

ROWE, Peter farmer Gawler River 1867 Application 8727

ROWE, Peter farmer Gawler River near Angle Vale 1867 Application 8100

ROWE, Peter farmer Gawler River 1872 Memorial 36/262

ROWE, Peter formerly wheelwright Adelaide but now farmer Gawler River. Husband of Ann Rowe [nee HOCKING] 1875 Memorial 231/250. He was not the same person as Peter Rowe blacksmith Adelaide who had died many years previously. GW COTTON agent Adelaide had personally known both men Application 14048

ROWE, Peter formerly wheelwright Adelaide but now farmer Ovingham. Father of Mary Hocking PARKER wife of George Edwin Parker blacksmith Bowden on the Hill 1903 Application 24696

No 2

ROWE, Peter blacksmith Adelaide 1854 Memorial 144/79

ROWE, Peter blacksmith Adelaide (Sturt St) 1858 Memorial 200/145

ROWE, Peter farrier Adelaide 1861 Memorial 232/182

ROWE, Peter farrier Adelaide, owned a bakery and residence in Sturt St, which he used to lease out 1861 Memorial 232/182

ROWE, Peter veterinary surgeon Adelaide, owned a bakery and residence in Sturt St, which he used to lease out 1862 Memorial 310/183

ROWE, Peter farrier Adelaide (Waymouth St) 1868 Memorial 47/232

ROWE, Peter blacksmith Adelaide, died c1868. Husband of Honor Rowe Memorial 231/250

No 1

ROWE, Ralph Gordon farmer formerly of Warooka but now of Strathalbyn 1945 Memorial 52/519

ROWE, Ralph Gordon farmer Strathalbyn 1950 Memorial 59/525

ROWE, Ralph Gordon farmer Strathalbyn 1950 Application 28714

No 1

ROWE, Richard miner Kapunda 1850[-1873] Memorial 130/26

No 2

ROWE, Richard stone mason Bowden 1851[-1856] Memorial 495/29

ROWE, Richard and Thomas stonemasons Bowden 1855 Memorial 323/83

ROWE, Richard mason Bowden Hundred of Alma land grant 1857 Grant Book 26 Page 95 County Gawler

No 3

ROWE, Richard clerk to Messrs EMERSON & RUDALL solicitors Kapunda 1869[-1870] Memorial 195/243

ROWE, Richard clerk to John EMERSON solicitor Kapunda 1871[-1872] Memorial 81/253

No 4 - perhaps a continuation of No 3

ROWE, Richard secretary to DEMPSEY, WILKINSON & SANDLAND Ltd whose regisered office is at Adelaide 1892 Memorial 250/414

No 5

ROWE, Richard storekeeper Adelaide (Rundle St) 1874 Memorial 8/272

No 6

ROWE, Richard of Jamestown 1885 Memorial 159/368

No 7

ROWE, Richard the Elder labourer Gawler, died 20/12/1885. Executor: Richard Chesman Rowe the Younger blacksmith Gawler his son Memorial 207/373

ROWE, Mary widow Gawler relict of Richard Rowe formerly miner Kapunda late labourer Gawler, now deceased 1886 Application 21043

No 1

ROWE, Richard formerly mason Bowden 1851 but now farmer Macaw Creek 1869 Application 10216

No 2

ROWE, Richard gentleman St Peter's St, Adelaide 1890 Memorial 248/405

No 3

ROWE, Richard teamster Pt Augusta West. Pt Augusta West (Hundred of Copley) township allotment land grant 1893 Grant Book 65 Page 228 County Manchester

No 1

ROWE, Robert farmer Kapunda 1859[-1879] Enrolment/FIND

No 2

ROWE, Robert farmer Hundred of Munno Para Co Adelaide 1874 Memorial 227/271

No 3

ROWE, Robert mail contractor Farina and Elizabeth Rowe his wife 1887 Memorial 46/383

No 1 - likely to be the same person

ROWE, Thomas stonemason Bowden 1853 Memorial 280/48

ROWE, Thomas yeoman Bowden 1853[-1856] Memorial 33/60

ROWE, Thomas farmer Macaw Creek Co Light. Hundred of Alma land grant 1857 Grant Book 26 Page 66 County Gawler

ROWE, Thomas farmer Macaw Creek 1858 Trustee Wesleyan Chapel Macaw Creek Memorial 161/138

ROWE, Thomas yeoman Macaw Creek 1872 Memorial 36/258

ROWE, Thomas farmer Navan 1883 Application 19713

ROWE, Thomas farmer Macaw Creek near Riverton 1890 Application 21980

No 2

ROWE, Thomas farmer Rose Park 1887 Application 21154.

No 3

ROWE, Thomas farmer Uroonda 1902 Memorial 88/446

No 1

ROWE, Thomas Bennetts agent Glen Osmond Road 1883 Memorial 149/352, Application 19891

ROWE, Thomas Bennetts of Adelaide 1885 Memorial 85/365

ROWE, Thomas Blight mason Bowden 1852[-1856] Memorial 331/42

No 1

ROWE, Thomas Matthews Wesleyan minister Yorketown Minlaton township allotment land grant 1877 Grant Book 19 Page 200 County Fergusson

ROWE, Thomas Matthews Wesleyan minister Minlaton trustee Hundred of Minlacowie land grant 1877 Grant Book 19 Page 253 County Fergusson

ROWE, Thomas Matthews minister of the gospel Laura 1885 Memorial 248/365

ROWE, Thomas Matthews Wesleyan Methodist minister Aberdeen 1890 Grant Book 56 Page 321 County Stanley

ROWE, Thomas Peter farmer [perhaps of Black Rock Plain] 1885 Memorial 16/365

ROWE, W Chain of Ponds Hotel 1907 Memorial 240/457

No 1

ROWE, Walter gardener Kersbrook 1899 Memorial 134/437

ROWE, Walter gardener Kersbrook 1899 Application 23819

ROWE, Walter Norris blacksmith Mintaro 1899[-1906] Memorial 63/437

No 1

ROWE, William Esquire North Adelaide 1842[-1846] Memorial 23/2

No 2 - perhaps the same person

ROWE, William brickmaker Tanunda 1850[-1854] Memorial 185/21

ROWE, William farmer formerly of Angas Park but now of Sandy Creek near Kapunda 1868 Memorial 127/229

No 3

ROWE, William blacksmith Mintaro 1858[-1884] Memorial 239/132, Application 1405

ROWE, William blacksmith Mintaro, died 18/7/1906 intestate. Estate worth £350. Husband of Jane Rowe Memorial 32/456

No 4 - perhaps the same person

ROWE, William blacksmith Adelaide (Young St) 1864 Memorial 222/194

ROWE, William blacksmith Norwood 1865 Memorial 29/202

No 5

ROWE, William mason Pt Gawler 1861 Memorial 226/205

ROWE, William farmer Pt Gawler 1865 Application 5951

ROWE, William mason Pt Gawler, died c1881 intestate. Letters of administration to Margaret Charity Rowe spinster Pt Gawler a daughter, to settle her father's £600 estate Memorial 35/332

No 6

ROWE, William farmer Crystal Brook. Trustee unnamed School Hundred of Crystal Brook Hundred of Crystal Brook land grant 1874 Grant Book 60 Page 215 County Victoria

ROWE, William farmer The Broughton Co Daly. Hundred of Crystal Brook land grant 1879 Grant Book 60 Page 228 County Victoria

No 7

ROWE, William farmer Apoinga Co Burra. Hundred of Yangya land grant 1879 Grant Book 60 Page 93 County Victoria

No 8

ROWE, William farmer Hundred of Erskine Co Dalhousie 1885[-1887] Memorial 237/372

No 9

ROWE, William gentleman East Adelaide 1928 Memorial 39/499

ROWE, William Anthony Phillip cordwainer Fourth Creek 1851 Memorial 49/32

ROWE, William Jackson carpenter Willunga, born 5/10//1868, the son of Edmund Rowe and his wife Mary Rowe of Willunga. He died 25/6/1887, of phthisis pulmonalis, aged 18. His sister, Martha Jane LEAKER wife of Joseph Leaker farmer Willunga gave this information 1918 Application 26644

ROWE, William John Corser wheelwright Adelaide 1876 Memorial 58/293

ROWELL, Albert Ernest tailor Adelaide 1901 Memorial 203/444

ROWELL, E station master Pt Adelaide 1881 Application 18548

No 1

ROWELL, Frederick gardener New Mile End linked with James Rowell gardener Lockleys 1882 Memorial 58/343

ROWELL, Frederick gardener Lockleys 1893 Application 22580

ROWELL, Frederick gardener Reedbeds 1894 Memorial 77/422

ROWELL, Frederick formerly gardener Reedbeds but now commercial traveller Sydney NSW 1904 Memorial 73/452

ROWELL, James gardener Lockleys 1879[-1899] Memorial 184/317, Application 22579

No 1

ROWELL, John gardener Lockleys 1864 Memorial 28/208

ROWELL, John gardener the Reedbeds 1874 Memorial 137/273

ROWELL, John Edward gardener Lockleys 1893 Application 22578

ROWELL, John George tailor and clothier Adelaide 1899 Memorial 188/437

No 1

ROWELL, Joseph of Adelaide 1850 Memorial 2/22

ROWELL, Joseph stonemason Adelaide 1854 Memorial 239/77

ROWELL, Joseph stone mason Adelaide (Angas St) 1854 Application 12085

No 2

ROWELL, Joseph miller and Richard publican Kapunda 1880 Application 18098

ROWELL, Joseph wheat agent Kapunda 1888 Application 21465.

No 1

ROWELL, Thomas [probably carpenter Adelaide] 1857 Memorial 217/215

ROWELL, Thomas carpenter probably formerly of Adelaide but now of] Creswick Creek Vic 1867 Memorial 218/215

ROWEN, Daniel yeoman Pt Wakefield 1851 Memorial 214/37

ROWETT, Brian Ross farmer Marrabel on the Dirty Light linked with Norman John Rowett farmer Marrabel on the Dirty Light 1949 Memorial 84/524

No 1

ROWETT, Charles farmer near Marrabel on the Dirty Light 1873 Memorial 218/266

ROWETT, Charles farmer Marrabel on the Dirty Light linked with Joseph Rowett miller Kapunda 1886 Memorial 66/373

No 1

ROWETT, Charles Thomas gold digger formerly of Kapunda but now of New Zealand 1866 Memorial 76/217

ROWETT, Charles Thomas formerly miner Kapunda then gold digger New Zealand 1866 now farmer Spring Creek Hundred of Waterloo 1874 Application 13487

ROWETT, Charles Thomas farmer Marrabel on the Dirty Light 1886 Memorial 229/373

ROWETT, Charles Thomas farmer Point Pass 1890 Memorial 6/404

ROWETT, Charles Thomas licensed victualler Point Pass 1893[-1896] Memorial 28/417

ROWETT, Charles Thomas licensed victualler Point Pass and Mary Jane Rowett his wife 1898 Application 16883

No 1

ROWETT, James of Kapunda linked with Joseph Rowett licensed victualler Kapunda 1866 Memorial 69/215

ROWETT, J clerk to Messrs NICHOLSON & NESBIT solicitors Adelaide 1878 Memorial 72/309

ROWETT, James clerk to Messrs NICHOLSON & NESBIT solicitors Adelaide 1879[-1880] Memorial 209/316

ROWETT, James clerk to Messrs NICHOLSON & NESBIT solicitors Adelaide 1880 Application 18157

ROWETT, James clerk Adelaide 1880 Memorial 42/325

ROWETT, James gentleman Adelaide 1882 Memorial 240/345

ROWETT, James and Richard Henry agents Adelaide, sons of the late Richard Rowett formerly corn factor Kapunda now deceased 1883 Memorial 159/347

ROWETT, James agent Adelaide 1888 Memorial 137/393

No 1

ROWETT, John bailiff of the local court Kapunda 1863 Memorial 273/208

ROWETT, John formerly bailiff of the local court Kapunda but now licensed victualler Allendale near Kapunda 1870 Memorial 26/247

ROWETT, John Dart farmer Marrabel linked with Charles Thomas Rowett no description 1887 Memorial 98/382

No 1

ROWETT, Joseph licensed victualler and ROWETT, Richard corn factor both of Kapunda 1863 Application 4694

ROWETT, Joseph publican Kapunda 1864 Memorial 31/198

ROWETT, Joseph licensed victualler Kapunda linked with Richard Rowett cornfactor Allendale 1867 Memorial 84/222

ROWETT, Joseph publican Kapunda 1869 Application 10154

ROWETT, Joseph miller Kapunda Hundred of Booleroo land grant 1882 Grant Book 24 Page 625 County Frome

ROWETT, Joseph miller Kapunda 1892 Memorial 27/413

ROWETT, Norman John farmer Marrabel at present a member of of the AIF 1945 Memorial 40/519

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

ROWETT, Richard [the Elder] miner Kapunda 1849 He bought land at Allen Creek Memorial 51/44

ROWETT, Richard the Elder licensed victualler Kapunda, died c1859. Husband of Anna Rowett. Father of Richard Rowett the Younger of Kapunda. Estate worth £1,500 Memorial 66/452

ROWETT, Richard [the Younger] publican Adelaide 1854[-1856] Memorial 407/68

ROWETT, Richard farmer Adelaide 1855 Memorial 449/85

ROWETT, Richard the Younger miner Adelaide 1854[-1858] Memorial 390/70

ROWETT, Richard the Younger formerly miner Adelaide but now poundkeeper Victoria township near Kapunda 1856 Memorial 221/103

ROWETT, Richard the Younger poundkeeper Kapunda 1856 Memorial 250/112

ROWETT, Richard the Younger of SA 1857 linked with William Rowett of England son of Charles Rowett of St Austell, Cornwall Memorial 112/128

ROWETT, Richard the Younger gentleman Kapunda 1858 Memorial 24/140

ROWETT, Richard the Younger poundkeeper Kapunda Hundred of Kapunda land grant 1858 Grant Book 44 Page 136 County Light

ROWETT, Richard the Elder licensed victualler Kapunda 1859 Memorial 171/150

ROWETT, Richard the Younger formerly miner Adelaide but now poundkeeper Victoria township near Kapunda 1859 Memorial 255/150

ROWETT, Richard land owner Kapunda 1859 Application 380

ROWETT, Richard [formerly the Younger] cornfactor Kapunda 1861[-1862] Memorial 278/175

ROWETT, Richard merchant Kapunda 1861 Application 2453

ROWETT, Richard spirit merchant Kapunda 1862 Memorial 144/186

ROWETT, Richard formerly the Younger corn factor and ROWETT, Joseph licensed victualler both of Kapunda 1862, as trustees under the will of their late father, Richard Rowett the Elder licensed victualler Kapunda Application 3485

ROWETT, Richard corn factor Kapunda 1865 Memorial 132/203

ROWETT, Richard [formerly the Younger] wheat merchant Kapunda 1866 Memorial 171/215

ROWETT, Richard the Younger formerly poundkeeper 1858 but now corn factor Kapunda 1865 Application 6699

ROWETT, Richard and POLLARD, James corn factors Kapunda 1865 Application 6181

ROWETT, Richard farmer Kapunda Co Light. Hundred of Kooringa land grants 1865 Grant Book 8 Page 26 County Burra

ROWETT, Richard [formerly the Younger] cornfactor Kapunda, died 28/7/1867. He left his real estate in trust for his wife, Eliza Jane Rowett, during her widowhood, then to various people absolutely in remainder expectant Memorial 224/234

ROWETT, Richard cornfactor Kapunda, died 28/7/1867. Linked with Joseph Rowett miller Kapuda and Richard Henry Rowett land agent Adelaide 1882 Memorial 126/337

ROWETT, Richard corn factor Kapunda, died 28/7/1867. Household furniture and effects to his wife, Eliza Jane, absolutely. The rest of the estate to be sold and the funds put in trust to provide his wife with an income of £2/10/- a week. The executors to decide what extra money she gets a week to provide for the maintenance of any children under 21. After the wife’s death, the estate to go to the children in equal shares. If the wife and children all died before they reached 21, £100 to go to his sister, Mary Ann, wife of Robert HOOPER, £50 to his sister Catherine, and his five brothers, Joseph, John, William, James and Charles. Other very complicated arrangements for the estate Enrolment 53/49

ROWETT, Richard [formerly the Younger] licensed victualler Kapunda had died by 1882. Executors included Joseph and William Rowett millers Kapunda Memorial 121/338

ROWETT, Richard Henry clerk Prospect 1888 a son of the late Richard Rowett of Kapunda Memorial 146/393

No 1

ROWETT, Thomas Edwin farmer Booleroo trustee unnamed Church Hundred of Booleroo land grant 1880 Grant Book 24 Page 620 County Frome

ROWETT, Thomas Edwin farmer Kapunda Hundred of Booleroo land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 622 County Frome

ROWETT, Thomas Edwin formerly auctioneer Booleroo Centre now builder Jarrahdale Junction WA 1902 Application 24416

No 1

ROWETT, William formerly of Adelaide but at present residing in Victoria 1855 Memorial 69/88

ROWETT, William gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now of Melbourne Vic 1856 Memorial 92/98

ROWETT, William gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now of the province of Victoria 1856[-1857] appointed Richard Rowett the Younger of Victoria township near Kapunda as his attorney on 10/12/1856 Memorials 308/124 & 73/125

ROWETT, William of Vic, formerly of Adelaide, power of attorney to Richard ROWETT the Younger of the township of Victoria, in SA, to settle his SA business affairs and sell his lands 10/12/1856 Deposit 317/OA

ROWETT, William licensed victualler Victoria township near Kapunda 1865 Application 6396

ROWETT, William farmer Kapunda 1869 Application 10154

ROWETT, William miller Kapunda 1880 Memorial 108/321

ROWETT, William miller Kapunda Hundred of Booleroo land grant 1882 Grant Book 24 Page 625 County Frome

No 1

ROWIN, Timothy labourer Armagh near Clare 1860[-1875] Memorial 340/161

ROWIN, Timothy of South Armagh near Clare lived in a three-roomed slab hut on Allotments 71-72 for many years until shortly after 1900 Application 28663.

No 1

ROWLAND, AE of Angle Vale 1920 Memorial 93/515

ROWLAND, Andrew Edward farmer Angle Vale 1931 Application 27836

ROWLAND, Andrew Edward farmer Angle Vale, aged 71 in 1943, declared he had lived in the area all his life Application 28349

ROWLAND BROS farmers Virginia 1906 Application 25095

ROWLAND, Charles and Edward THORNBER merchants Adelaide (39 King William St) trading under the style or firm of Rowland and Thornber 1874 Memorial 125/275

ROWLAND, David Bowen blacksmith Farrell Flat Hundred of Hanson land grant 1870 Grant Book 56 Page 261 County Stanley

No 1
ROWLAND, Edward yeoman formerly of Wrexham, Co Denbigh, Wales but now of Adelaide 1851 Memorial 200/47

ROWLAND, Edward chemist Kensington 1851[-1853] Memorial 323/30

ROWLAND, Edward chemist formerly of Wrexham, Co Denbigh, Wales, but now of Adelaide 1853 Memorial 299/48

ROWLAND, Edward druggist Kensington 1853 Memorial 398/60

ROWLAND, Edward druggist Kensington 1855 Memorial 344/85

ROWLAND, Edward druggist Adelaide (Rundle St) 1860 Memorial 44/161

ROWLAND, Edward druggist formerly of Kensington but now of Adelaide 1862 Application 3347

ROWLAND, Edward chemist and druggist Adelaide (Rundle St) linked with Charles Rowland land agent Adelaide (King William St) 1862 Memorial 240/198

ROWLAND, Edward chemist and druggist Rundle St, Adelaide, about to leave the province for a time, power of attorney to Charles Rowland land agent King William St, Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 30/12/1862. By 10/2/1880, he was living at Bryn Offa, Grove Road, Wrexham, Co Denbigh, North Wales Deposits 269/1864 & 155/1881

ROWLAND, Edward chemist and druggist formerly of Adelaide but now of Bryn Offa, Wrexham, North Wales linked with Charles Rowland agent Adelaide 1881 Memorial 4/334

ROWLAND, Edward gentleman Bryn Offa, Grove Road, Wrexham, Co Denbigh, North Wales, died. He had shares in the National Bank of Australasia in Adelaide. Executors Edward Edwisbury ROWLAND chemist 59 Gilmore Place, Edinburgh, Scotland, and Samuel Thomas BAUGH auctioneeer Wrexham, Co Denbigh, power of attorney to Josiah Henry Symon, Leonard William BAKEWELL, and Percival Randolph STOW, of Symon, Bakewell and Symon solicitors Adelaide, to pay the probate and sell the shares 5/4/1890 Deposit 17/1890

ROWLAND, Fay clerk to J HOMBURG solicitor Murray Bridge 1952 Memorial 49/527

ROWLAND, Henry G of Redhill linked with Peter Rowland farmer Redhill 1882 Memorial 38/343

No 1

ROWLAND, John and Peter farmers Munno Para 1854 Memorial 80/67

ROWLAND, John farmer Peachey Belt 1859 Memorial 344/150

ROWLAND, John farmer Gawler Plains 1861 Application 2188

ROWLAND, John farmer Virginia 1870 Application 10520

ROWLAND, John farmer Virginia 1880 Memorial 172/328

No 2

ROWLAND, John and William farmers Hundred of Lake Alexandrina 1858 Memorial 317/133

ROWLAND, John farmer Hundred of Murray 1859 Application 485

ROWLAND, John farmer Lake Alexandrina Hundred of Brinkley land grant 1859 Grant Book 57 Page 268 County Sturt

ROWLAND, John R of Penfield 1874 Memorial 234/273

ROWLAND, John Thomas farmer Willunga 1897[-1921] Application 23316, Memorial 112/441

No 1

ROWLANDS, Peter farmer Peachey Belt 1856 Sturton Farm Primitive Methodist Chapel trustee pt Section 4031 Hundred of Munno Para Gawler Plains Memorial 49/103

ROWLAND, Peter auctioneer Peachey Belt Co Adelaide. Hundred of Alma land grant 1858 Grant Book 26 Page 13 County Gawler

ROWLAND, Peter farmer Peachey Belt 1859 Application 230

ROWLAND, Peter auctioneer no description acted as agent for Thomas COULTER of Smithfield 1861 Memorial 105/175

ROWLAND, Peter auctioneer Peachey Belt 1861 Application 2613

ROWLAND, Peter auctioneer Penfield 1862[-1875] Memorial 134/183, Application 3161, Application 7447

ROWLAND, Peter farmer Penfield 1863 Application 4576

ROWLAND, Peter farmer Peachey Belt 1865 Memorial 194/205

ROWLAND, Peter farmer Penfield 1865 Memorial 90/208

ROWLAND, Peter auctioneer Virginia 1866 Memorial 221/213

ROWLAND, Peter auctioneer Peachey Belt 1865[-1869] Memorial 210/450

ROWLAND, Peter farmer Penfield Co Adelaide. Hundred of Pirie land grant 1883 Grant Book 60 Page 297 County Victoria

ROWLAND, Peter formerly auctioneer Penfield but now farmer Redhill 1885 Memorial 56/372

ROWLAND, Peter farmer Redhill 1885 Memorial 145/369

ROWLAND, Peter JP of Redhill 1887 Memorial 26/385

ROWLAND, Peter farmer Redhill 1888 Application 21497

ROWLAND, Peter farmer Redhill, died 31/1/1890. Husband of Elizabeth Hill. Father of Henry Goulborn Rowland no description [he got left £5], William Crawford Rowland farmer Redhill, Annie Jane Rowland spinster Redhill and Elizabeth Martha CLARIDGE wife of Alfred Augustus Claridge storekeeper Redhill. David LITHGOW farmer Redhill also an executor Memorial 16/403

No 2

ROWLAND, Peter and O'BRIEN, Daniel J solicitors Adelaide 1864 Memorial 328/193

No 1

ROWLAND, William gardener Parkside 1858 Memorial 37/148

ROWLAND, William gardener Parkside Co Adelaide. Hundred of Brinkley land grant 1859 Grant Book 57 Page 268 County Sturt

ROWLAND, William Crawford of Redhill. Hundred of Redhill land grant 1878 Grant Book 14 Page 369 County Daly

ROWLANDS, David Bowen blacksmith Farrell Flat 1877 Memorial 196/301

No 1

ROWLANDS, Edward merchant Adelaide 1839 Application 20705

ROWLANDS, Edward gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now of Pilton Farm, Angas Park 1843. Memorial 472/8

ROWLANDS, Edward gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now of Willunga 1856. He had married Mary Ann SYMONS on 10/7/1838 at St Anne's Limehouse, Middlesex, England Application 18330. ROWLANDS, Edward farmer Willunga 1857 Memorial 6/131

ROWLANDS, Edward merchant Milang 1857 Memorial 32/133

ROWLANDS, Edward licensed victualler Milang 1858 Memorial 214/146

ROWLANDS, Edward merchant Milang 1857. His widow, Mary Ann Rowlands, lived at Willunga in 1865 Application 6871.

ROWLANDS, Mary Ann widow Willunga, relict of the late Edward Rowlands formerly clerk Adelaide but then late innkeeper Willunga 1867 Application 8428

ROWLANDS, Mary Ann widow Willunga relict of the late Edward Rowlands formerly licensed victualler Willunga but now deceased 1867 Memorial 51/220

No 1

ROWLANDS, George wheatbuyer Pt Wakefield 1888 Memorial 219/392

No 2

ROWLANDS, George accountant Parkes NSW and Annie Rowlands his wife owned land at Pt Adelaide 1906 Memorial 250/455

No 1

ROWLANDS, John cooper Adelaide (King William St) 1844[-1846] Memorial 252/4 Enfield Primitive Methodist Chapel and school trustee 1844 Memorial 410/3 Cooper Section 1696 Co Light 1850 Memorial 441/20 Cooper Adelaide 1851[-1852] Memorial 360/28

ROWLANDS, John cooper Kensington 1852 Memorial 238/41

ROWLANDS, John carpenter Kensington 1854[-1857] Norwood Memorial 304/69 Norwood Primitive Methodist Chapel trustee 1857 Memorial 179/120

ROWLANDS, John farmer Kensington 1867 Application 8083

ROWLANDS, John cooper and farmer near Kensington 1867 Memorial 220/221

ROWLANDS, John gardener Kensington 1873 Application 13603

ROWLANDS, John gentleman Kensington Park, owned a house and 10 acres of Section 301 Hundred of Adelaide, as his suburban estate. Infant children but no wife mentioned in the information. William POPE solicitor Adelaide to be executor and trustee of the estate and guardian of the children 1876 Memorial 78/294

ROWLANDS, John gentleman Kensington, died 19/9/1876 Memorial 97/486

ROWLANDS, John cooper Adelaide, died 19/9/1876. His son, David Bowen Rowlands, died 27/8/1906. DB Rowlands' son, Frederick Bowen Rowlands, died 7/6/1920. FB Rowlands had two daughters - Alice Maud Rowlands and Dorothy Jean Rowlands spinsters Kensington Park. They broke the entail in heirs male (Memorial 190/493 3/10/1925 & 131/498 19/12/1927) which their great-grandfather had placed on his house and land at Kensington Park when he died Application 27704

No 1

ROWLANDS, Joseph Leighton baker North Kensington 1901 Memorial 188/442

ROWLANDS, Joseph Leighton formerly baker but now motor driver North Kensington. Kensington Methodist Church trustee 1929 Memorial 68/501

ROWLANDS, Joseph Leighton motor driver Kensington 1929 Application 27732

ROWLES, Thomas Benjamin baker and confectioner Adelaide (Hindley St) 1855 Memorial 46/95

ROWLEY, Alfred blacksmith Myponga 1922 Memorial 43/486

No 1

ROWLEY, Cornelius farmer Myponga Hundred of Myponga land grant 1890 Grant Book 36 Page 419 County Hindmarsh

ROWLEY, Cornelius farmer Myponga 1922 Memorial 43/486

No 1 - probably the same person

ROWLEY, Frederick Pelham of Adelaide, about to leave the province for a time, power of attorney to Nathaniel OLDHAM agent Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 4/11/1880 Deposit 250/1880

ROWLEY, F Pelham clerk to Messrs STOW & L BAKEWELL solicitors Adelaide 1883 Memorial 169/349

ROWLEY, Frederick Pelham the Younger solictor Adelaide (Pirie St) 1896 Memorial 197/428

No 1

ROWLEY, George drayman Pt Adelaide 1857[-1860] Memorial 77/161

No 2

ROWLEY, George farmer Myponga 1883 Memorial 147/381

ROWLEY, Giles labourer Myponga and Job Rowley gardener Forest Range 1891 Memorial 223/408

ROWLEY, James baker Robe 1864 Memorial 292/198

ROWLEY, Mary Ellen married woman Kanmantoo 1957 Application 29237

No 1

ROWLEY, Robert farmer Myponga 1854 Memorial 129/163

ROWLEY, Robert farmer Myponga 1860 Application 1487

ROWLEY, Robert Charles farmer formerly of Mypolonga but now of Kanmantoo and Myra Mildred Rowley his wife 1948 Memorial 12/523

ROWLEY, Spencer Toler law clerk Adelaide 1885 Memorial 100/364

ROWLING, Henry carter Pt Wallaroo. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1879 Grant Book 14 Page 237 County Daly

ROWLING, James miner Moonta Mines Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1886 Grant Book 14 Page 421 County Daly

ROWLING, William James farmer Penang. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1882 Grant Book 14 Page 240 County Daly

No 1

ROWNEY, Edward bought allotment 9 in Campbelltown from Nicholas TRUDGEON and his wife in 1876. Mr Rowney undertook to pay the Trudgeons 14/- a week until both husband and wife had died. E Rowney married on 18/3/1877, pulled down the old house on the site and erected a new residence for himself and his bride, Ann Rowney, which was still standing in 1922 Application 27150

ROWNEY, Edward undertaker Campbelltown 1881 Application 18602

ROWNEY, Edward carpenter Campbelltown. Campbelltown Wesleyan Methodist Church trustee 1893[-1894] Memorial 102/417

ROWNEY, Edward carpenter Campbelltown 1912 Application 26139

No 1

ROWNEY, George labourer Adelaide 1853 Memorial 426/53

ROWNEY, George brickmaker Norwood 1854 Memorial 6/79

ROWNEY, George left in 1861 for the Snowy River goldrush in NSW. He amassed considerable wealth, but later that year he was found dead in his tent 'his head having been split open with a pickaxe which was found nearby'. G Rowney died intestate, leaving three daughters and one son. His son and heir at law, Richard Henry Rowney, died 19/5/1894, aged 37. Surviving child of RH Rowney, aged 7 when her father died, Mary Squire Rowney, married 1897 Charles Guy Watson farmer Bordertown. Mrs Watson still lived in Bordertown in 1920 Memorial 171/479

ROWNEY, George no description husband of Jane Rowney. He had some sisters. In 1861, G Rowney went to NSW to take part in the Snowy River gold rush. He amassed considerable wealth, but died intestate in his tent when someone unknown split open his head with his own pickaxe. George Rowney was buried in NSW and his death was not registered. His eldest son, Richard Henry Rowney, inherited his estate as heir at law. Lycurgus George Rowney and Louisa Jane DOBELL were other children of George Rowney Application 26965

ROWNEY, George left SA in 1861 to take part in the Snowy River gold rush in NSW. He amassed considerable wealth. Some time in 1861, he was found dead in his tent, with his head split open with a pickaxe still lying nearby. G Rowney was buried in NSW, and had left no will. He left his widow, Jane Rowney, three daughters and one son, Richard Henry Rowney labourer Adelaide. He married 20/7/1881 at Beltana, Mary Squire ?. RH Rowney died 19/5/1894, aged 37. His widow remarried 1897 to Charles Guy Watson farmer Bordertown. The only surviving Rowney on 9/3/1920 was Louisa Jane DOBELL, who was about 7 when her father died Deposit 17/1920

DOBELL, Louisa Jane of Adelaide 1920 a daughter of the late George ROWNEY who died when his daughter was about 4 years old Memorial 174/481

ROWNEY, Richard Henry labourer Adelaide, died 19/5/1894 Burra intestate. Husband of Mary Squire Rowney who was Mary Squire WATSON by 1921. Father of George Rowney tram conductor Norwood. Estate worth £400 Memorial 73/482

ROWNEY, Richard Henry labourer Adelaide, died 19/5/1894 Burra intestate. His widow, Mary Squire Rowney, refused to act as administrator. His son, Lycurgus George Rowney, tram conductor Norwood 1921, agreed to do the work. Estate worth £400. Mary Squire Rowney remarried to a Mr WATSON farmer near Bordertown. She was a widow again by 1921. Other children of RH Rowney and Mary Rowney included John Squire Underdown Rowney and David Bruce Randall Rowney Application 26965

ROWNEY, Thomas farmer Broughton Broughton township [later called Redhill] allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 14 Page 498 County Daly

No 1 - possibly the same person

ROWNEY, William labourer North Adelaide (Kingston Tce) 1850 Memorial 264/23

ROWNEY, William labourer formerly of North Adelaide (Kingston Tce) but now of Houghton 1852 Memorial 216/41

ROWNEY, William farmer Campbelltown 1855[-1868] Memorial 371/84

ROWSE, Henry farmer Hundred of Kadina. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1883 Grant Book 14 Page 242 County Daly

No 1 - likely to be the same person

ROWSON, William foreman of works to the Harbour Trust Pt Adelaide 1856 Memorial 319/106

ROWSON, William mechanic Pt Adelaide 1860 Application 1946

ROWSON, Ann widow Athelstone 1872 Memorial 240/258

ROWSON, Ann widow Pt Adelaide 1872, relict of the late William Rowson foreman of works to the Pt Adelaide Harbour Trust 1856 Application 12368

ROWSON, Ann widow Pt Adelaide relict of the late William Rowson no description, died 1873. She left her entire estate to Eliza TURLEY no description Memorial 136/268

No 1

ROY, Percy Sydney colporteur Goolwa 1921 Memorial 67/483

ROY, Percy Sydney carpenter Goolwa 1924 Memorial 161/489

ROYAL, Arnold Clarence farmer Sanderston Co Eyre. Hundred of Parilla land grant 1928 Grant Book 12 Page 102 County Chandos

ROYAL, John dairyman South Rhine 1854[-1856] Memorial 136/64

ROYAL, William farmer South Rhine Co Sturt. Hundred of Caltowie land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 183 County Victoria

No 1

ROYALS, Henry labourer Pt Adelaide 1853[-1856] Memorial 335/50

ROYALS, Henry driver Pt Adelaide 1909. Husband of Dora Royals Application 25585

ROYALS, Raymond labourer New Glenelg 1864 Memorial 125/198

ROYSDEN, George farmer near Hamilton on the Light 1883 Memorial 61/348

No 1

RUBENI/RUBINI, Heinrich shoemaker Adelaide 1851[-1854] Memorial 126/34 FIND

RUBENI, Heinrich shoemaker Nailsworth 1862[-1872] Application 3175, Memorial 160/262

No 1

RUBENKOENIG, Christian Friedrich Adolph baker Mt Gambier 1910 Memorial 20/464

RUBENKONIG, Adolf baker Mt Gambier 1911 Application 25966.

RUBENKÖNIG, Christian Friedrich Adolph formery baker but now out of business Mt Gambier 1914 Application 26264.

No 1 - likely to be the same person FIND

RUBENKOENIG/RUBENKÖNIG, George saddler Adelaide 1862 Memorial 285/183

RÜBENKÖNIG/RUBENKONIG, Georg Valentin baker Mt Gambier, died 11/9/1874 of a carbuncle, aged 66. Trustee for the will of the late Anna Rosina GAY widow Bethanien Application 19136

No 1

RUCIACK, Ludwig farmer Siegersdorf 1853 Memorial 412/59

RUCIACK, Ludwig and Thomas farmers Angas Park 1855 Memorial 252/92

No 1

RUCIACK, Thomas farmer Angas Park 1854[-1855] Memorial 321/66

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

RUCIACK, Thomas labourer Clare 1870 Memorial 84/248

RUCIACK, Thomas labourer formerly of Clare but now of Sevenhill 1882 Memorial 207/345

RUCIOCH, Anton farmer Hundred of Coglin 1886 Memorial 175/375

RUCIOCH, Kasimir farmer Yongala. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1881 Grant Book 13 Page 195 County Dalhousie

RUCIOCH, Lucas farmer Light Pass 1858 Memorial 282/132

No 1 - perhaps the same person

RUCIOCH, Marcin farmer Penwortham 1866[-1869] Memorial 285/209, Application 10308.

RUCIOCH, Michael farmer Penwortham 1870 Memorial 204/246

RUCK, Henry Esquire Adelaide 1853[-1865] Memorial 311/50

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

RUDALL, John Secretary and Solicitor to the Gawler Town and Suburban Building and Investment Society, which operated between 1856-1862 Application 16950.

RUDALL, John the Younger clerk to John Rudall the Elder solicitor Gawler 1857[-1859] Memorial 290/119

RUDALL, John the Younger solicitor Kapunda 1863[-1868] Memorial 63/191

RUDALL, John Prince of Wales Oddfellows Lodge trustee Kapunda 1870 Application 11089.

RUDALL, John solicitor Adelaide (King William St) 1860 Memorial 132/169

RUDALL, J the Younger solicitor Adelaide 1876 Memorial 108/297

RUDALL, John special magistrate Pt Augusta 1889 Application 21576.

RUDALL, John Stipendiary Magistrate formerly of Gawler but now of Pt Augusta 1891[-1892] Application 22072.

No 1

RUDALL, SB solicitor Adelaide (Central Chambers) 1890 Application 21929.

RUDALL, Samuel Bruce solicitor formerly of Gawler now of Stirling West 1927, declared that he had lived continuously in Gawler between 1881-1923. He was Town Clerk of Gawler between 1881-1913 Application 27562.

RUDALL, Samuel Bruce widower solicitor Gawler 64 (Father; John Rudall) married Alice Maria WARREN widow home duties Stirling West 61 (Father; Henry Edward DOWNER) on 6/10/1923 St John's Adelaide Memorial 128/515

RUDALL, Alice Maria widow Nara Stirling East, mother of Lady Constance Jean BONYTHON of 263 East Tce, Adelaide 1957 Memorial 3/533

No 1

RUDD, George storekeeper Bridgewater linked with James John Rudd gentleman formerly of Bridgewater but now of Norwood 1883 Memorial 240/353

RUDD, George storekeeper Bridgewater 1902 Memorial 81/447

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

RUDD, James splitter Adelaide 1839 Application 18957

RUDD, James wood splitter Cox Creek 1853 Memorial 438/49

RUDD, James woodsplitter Cox Creek father of George Rudd of the same place 1865 Memorial 307/203

RUDD, James the Elder gardener Bridgewater 1879 Memorial 121/318

No 1

RUDD, James John yeoman Thebarton 1845 Memorial 457/4

RUDD, James John splitter Adelaide 1845 Memorial 46/5

RUDD, James John of Bridgewater 1882 Memorial 14/341

RUDD, James John formerly of Bridgewater but now of Norwood 1883 Memorial 240/353

RUDD, James John gentleman Norwood, power of attorney to George RUDD storekeeper Bridgewater, to sell Section 1136 Hundred of Onkaparinga to Maurice Coleman DAVIES for £600 10/10/1883 Deposit 229/1883

RUDD, Thomas of Pt Wakefield 1876 Application 15761.

RUDD, Zechariah labourer Littlehampton 1865 Application 6825.

RUDDIN, Thomas Owen, James Ruddin, John Henry Ruddin merchants Liverpool, Lancs, England, trading as James Ruddin, carrying on a business in Australia and New Zealand as exporters of live and dead stock, fish, game, poultry, and agricultural and pastoral products of every kind under the management of Henry Guy NEVILL, power of attorney to HG Nevill, to manage their business affairs in those countries 22/11/1909 Deposit 13/1910

RUDDLE, John labourer Adelaide 1885 Application 20461

No 1

RUDDOCK, James Matthew formerly district council clerk Woodville but now butcher Hilton 1886 Memorial 88/373

RUDDOCK, James Matthew butcher Hilton 1889, son of John and Elizabeth Ruddock of Hilton. Elizabeth Ruddock had a life interest in the estate of her husband who died 1878 Application 26319.

RUDDOCK, James Matthew tramway employee Hilton 1913, declared that he had lived in the Cowandilla area for 40 years Application 26189.

RUDDOCK, James Matthew labourer Hilton, aged 65 in 1918, declared that he had gone to a day school situated in Chapel St, Thebarton for about 4 years, when aged c10 years old Application 26691.

RUDDOCK, James Matthew caretaker Rowland Rd, Hilton, aged 67 in 1920, declared that he had lived in Hilton for 65 years Application 26878.

RUDDOCK, James Matthew tramway employee Hilton 1924. He had resided in the area for more than 50 years Application 27211

No 1

RUDDOCK, J of Hilton 1862 Memorial 268/184

RUDDOCK, John gentleman Hilton 1864[-1868] Memorial 65/194

RUDDOCK, John storekeeper Hilton 1874[-1876] Memorial 177/277

RUDDOCK, John gentleman Hilton, died 1878. Division of the estate for his wife, Elizabeth Ruddock, his daughter, Ann Ruddock, and his son, James Matthew Ruddock district council clerk Woodville Memorial 93/310

RUDDOCK, John of Hilton, died 28/7/1878. His widow, Elizabeth Ruddock still lived in Hilton by 1889. Probably a son, James Matthew Ruddock butcher Hilton Memorial 60/400

RUDDOCK, John storekeeper Hilton, died 28/7/1878. He had lived in Hilton since c1856. Father of James Matthew Ruddock butcher Hilton Application 23519.

RUDDOCK, Richard farmer Uroonda 1885 Memorial 230/372

RUDS, William farmer Houghton 1847 Memorial 263/24

RUEBE/RUBE/RÜBE, Heinrich cooper Tanunda 1862 Application 3657

RUECKERT/RUCKERT/RÜCKERT, Fritz Christian waiter Adelaide Chapmanton (Hundred of Arkaba) township allotment land grant 1883 Grant Book 33 Page 28 County Hanson

No 1

RUEDIGER/RUDIGER/RÜDIGER, Gottfried farmer Rosenthal 1857 Memorial 200/118

RUEDIGER/RUDIGER/RÜDIGER, Gottfried farmer Saddleworth 1864 Application 5733

RUEDIGER, Gotthilf Adolph farmer Robertstown Co Eyre. Hundred of Bright land grant 1918 Grant Book 9 Page 50 County Burra

RUEDIGER/RUDIGER/RÜDIGER, Johann Gustav farmer near Moculta 1901 Application 24334

RUEDIGER/RUDIGER/RÜDIGER, Johann Gottfried Heinrich farmer Appila. Hundred of Appila land grant 1880 Grant Book 24 Page 502 County Frome

RUEGNER/RUGNER/RÜGNER, Ernst Gustav of near Hahndorf 1862 Application 3648

RUEHE/RUHE/RÜHE, Heinrich cooper Tanunda 1864 Application 4955

RUFF, Robert carpenter Walkerville 1850[-1856] Memorial 164/27

No 1

RUGE, Christian farmer Hahndorf 1853 Memorial 77/60

RUGE, Christian farmer [formerly of Hahndorf but then of] Friedrichstadt near Hahndorf 1867 Application 8354

RUGE, Hermann farmer Sommerfeld 1895 Memorial 191/423

RUGE, Johann Friedrich farmer Kilkerran 1879 Memorial 152/317

RUGE, Friedrich farmer Murray Bridge 1885 Memorial 8/368

RUGE, Johann Wilhelm farmer Hahndorf 1856 Memorial 326/100

No 1

RUGLESS, Henry shoemaker Brownhill Creek 1850 Memorial 35/26 RUGLESS, Henry formerly of Brownhill Creek 1852 Memorial 358/45

No 1 - probably the same person

RUGLESS, Jemima of the Bay Road 1855 Memorial 356/84

RUGLESS, Jemima Esther spinster Bay Road 1856[-1857] Memorial 318/101

No 1 - probably the same person

RUGLESS, Samuel teamster Bay Road near Adelaide 1869 Memorial 148/242

RUGLESS, Samuel pointsman Glenelg 1877 Memorial 27/300

No 1 - possibly the same person

RULE, Charles mason Kooringa 1851 Memorial 303/35

RULE, Charles mason North Kensington 1882 Application 19279.

RULE, CA law clerk Narracoorte 1935 Memorial 150/508

No 1

RULE, Edwin farmer Pt Gawler 1857 Pt Gawler Primitive Methodist Chapel trustee Memorial 217/122

RULE, Edwin miner Adelaide 1872 Memorial 102/258

RULE, Edwin gentleman formerly of Pt Gawler now of North Adelaide 1877 Application 16395

RULE, Edwin gentleman North Adelaide, died 15/2/1900 Memorial 134/442

No 1

RULE, George miner Kadina. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1869 Grant Book 14 Page 76 County Daly

RULE, George storekeeper Kadina. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1871[-1880] Grant Book 14 Page 230 County Daly

No 2 – the Elder

RULE, George carrier Naracoorte Hundred of Naracoorte land grant 1871 Grant Book 50 Page 97 County Robe

RULE, George the Elder carrier Narracoorte, died 21/12/1873. Husband of Harriet Rule. Father of Ellen Elizabeth Rule, Mary Rule, Samuel Rule, George Rule the Younger and William Rule 1924 Memorial 119/490

No 3 – the Younger

RULE, George labourer Naracoorte Hundred of Naracoorte land grant 1901 Grant Book 50 Page 118 County Robe

RULE, George Archibald mason Plympton. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1896 Grant Book 2 Page 13 County Adelaide

No 1

RULE, James miner Adelaide with William BAILEY miner Adelaide 1853 Hundred of Macclesfield land grant Memorial 493/55

RULE, James farmer Section 2909 near Mt Barker 1853 Memorial 246/58

RULE, James farmer Mt Barker District 1858 Memorial 7/137

No 2

RULE, James farmer Ashbourne 1856 Ashbourne Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee Memorial 209/102

No 3

RULE, James blacksmith Aberdeen 1882 Memorial 75/337

RULE, James wheelwright Aberdeen 1885 Memorial 83/365

RULE, John doctor Kooringa 1851 Memorial 385/37

No 1

RULE, Maria widow Bowden 1873[-1875] Memorial 191/268

RULE, Maria widow Bowden mother of Maria HEATLE wife of Henry Heatle of Glenelg 1875 Memorial 123/304

RULE, Phillip of Carribie 1883[-1888] Memorial 156/363

RULE, Phillip John blacksmith Aberdeen 1933 Application 27920.

RULE, Thomas farmer near Freeling 1865 Application 6445

RULE, Rene widow formerly of Angas St, Adelaide, but now of Woodfield Ave, Fullarton 1944 Memorial 1/518

RUMBALL, Harry Sibley postmaster Tanunda Co Light. Hundred of Menzies land grant 1910 Grant Book 11 Page 66 County Carnarvon

RUMBALL, Robert John of Naracoorte 1878. Naracoorte Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee Application 16584.

RUMBELOW, Malen farmer Rumbleton 1873 Application 12689

RUMBLE, Ernest Wilson of Coomooroo 1890 Memorial 34/405

No 1

RUMBLE, Frederick Bridgman farmer Adelaide 1849 Enrolment41/29

RUMBLE, Frederick Bridgman farmer Adelaide 1852 Memorial 376/39 Gentleman Section 2861 Hundred of Macclesfield near Mt Barker 1852[-1853] Memorial 16/40

No 1

RUMBLE, John storekeeper Rhynie 1868 Application 9629

RUMBLE, John storekeeper Pt Wakefield Price township allotment land grant 1882 Grant Book 20 Page 25 County Fergusson

RUMBLE, John of Pt Wakefield 1883[-1884] Memorial 17/350

RUMBLE, John JP of Pt Wakefield 1885[-1889] Memorial 37/385

No 1

RUMBLE, Nathan farmer Yalpara had associations with the Wesleyan Methodist Church 1883 Grant Book 13 Page 338 County Dalhousie

RUMBLE, Nathan linked with Sections 4, 20, 78 Hundred of Yalpara Co Dalhousie 1885 Memorial 36/369

No 1

RUMBOLD, Charles Hale Esquire Adelaide 1845 Memorial 60/5

RUMBOLD, Charles Hale Esquire formerly of South Tce, Adelaide, but now of Spurrfield Cottage, Exminster, Devon, England 1846 Memorial 248/8

RUMBOLD, Charles Hale Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now of St Louis, Mauritius 1854 Memorial 143/77

No 1

RUMLEY, Charles Esquire Adelaide 1850 Memorial 11/21

RUMLEY, Charles Esquire Gawler Plains Salisbury Land Building and investment Society trustee 1852 Memorial 138/44

RUMLEY, Charles Esquire JP Munno Para near Salisbury 1853[-1855] Memorial 210/52

RUMLEY, Charles Esquire Gawler Plains 1854 Salisbury Land, Building and Investment Society trustee Memorial 174/70

RUMLEY, Charles gentleman Section 3105 Hundred of Munno Para 1855 Memorial 113/86

RUMLEY, Frances Harriett widow Munno Para 1855[-1856] Memorial 221/87 Relict of the late Charles Rumley 1856 Memorial 140/108

RUMLEY, Frances Harriett widow Salisbury 1856 Memorial 15/96

RUMLEY, Frances Harriet widow Skipton Lodge Munno Para, about to marry John ROBERTSON gentleman Salisbury 1856. £500 in the Bank of SA to invest in real estate. Her late mother, Anne HUTCHIINSON, and her uncle, Admiral Sir William PARKER, left her money in their wills. Widow of Charles Rumley. She seemed to be of the family of Young Bingham HUTCHINSON, a trustee of her marriage settlement. By 1871, Mrs Robertson was a widow again, living at Strowen Grove, near Salisbury Enrolment 6/50

RUMP, Edgar Hewitt labourer Kilkenny, usually known as Edgar HEWITT 1911 Memorial 196/465

RUMP, James farmer Beverley on the Port Road 1873 Memorial 75/267

No 1

RUMP, Jesse carter Beverley on the Port Road and Mary Rump his wife 1882[-1902] Memorial 86/341, Application 20955

RUMP, Jesse carter formerly of Beverley but now of South Fremantle WA. His wife, Mary Rump, decided to become known as Mary HEWITT 1911 Memorial 160/465

RUMP, Jesse carter South Fremantle WA announced that he and his under age daughters, Ivy Hewitt Rump and Elvena Hewitt Rump, 'both residing with him', would be known by the surname of HEWITT. Arthur Hewitt Rump driver Fremantle, James Heewitt Rump storeman South Fremantle and Harry Hewitt Rump butcher Broome, also changed their surname to Hewitt 1912 Memorials 190 -192/466

RUMP, Jesse carter formerly of Beverley but now of South Fremantle WA, his wife, Mary Rump, nee BROOKS and his two daughters, Ivy Hewitt Rump and Elvena Hewitt Rump (born 18/11/1898 Beverley), changed their surname to HEWITT 1912 Application 26847.

No 1 - probably the same person

RUMP, Johann Heinrich wheelwright Section 117 Hundred of Nuriootpa 1854[-1857] Memorial 377/63

RUMP, Johann farmer Gnadenfrei near Greenock, died c1884. He left his entire estate to his wife, Maria Rump nee MEINKE Memorial 177/363

No 1s

RUMP, John farmer Beverley changed his name to John HEWITT 1905 Memorial 168/452

HEWITT, Ellen married woman Beverley on the Port Road near Adelaide [wife of John Hewitt formerly John Rump and daughter of the late John Thomas HEADDY formerly brickmaker Beverley but now deceased] 1912 Application 26135

RUMPS, Carl Friedrich August formerly baker Tea Tree Gully, but now out of business Halifax St, Adelaide, power of attorney to Friedrich Eduard Heinrich Wulf KRICHAUFF agent Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs, particularly to sell his land in Cardwell St, Adelaide 14/3/1884 Deposit 52/1884

RUNDLE, Edward Matthew carrier Bowden 1949[-1854] Memorial 36/524, Application 29051.

No 1

RUNDLE, Elisha licensed victualler Brompton 1873[-1874] Memorial 79/268

RUNDLE, Elisha out of business Adelaide 1874 Memorial 84/277

RUNDLE, Elisha publican Golden Cross Inn Balhannah 1878 Memorial 90/305

RUNDLE, Josephine Mary Bridget wife of Elisha Rundle, landlady of the Gas Works Hotel, Brompton 1874 Memorial 198/273

RUNDLE, Josephine Mary Bridget licensed victualler Aberdeen 1881 Memorial 72/330

RUNDLE, Frederick John hotelkeeper The Vine Inn Glen Osmond 1903 Memorial 56/448

No 1

RUNDLE, George gentleman Penwortham 1853[-1857] Memorial 190/48

RUNDLE, George farmer Penwortham 1862[-1872] Memorial 350/181

RUNDLE, HC post and telegraph master Tanunda 1884 Memorial 192/356

RUNDLE, Henry farmer Paskeville. Hundred of Kulpara land grant 1900 Grant Book 14 Page 332 County Daly

RUNDLE, J shoemaker Lyndoch Valley 1864 Application 5603

No 1

RUNDLE, James and Richard farmers Mt Barker 1853 Memorial 61/56

No 2

RUNDLE, James farmer Kulpara 1885 Memorial 152/369

No 1 - the Elder

RUNDLE, John Senr of Mt Barker 1841 Application 22126.

RUNDLE, John farmer The Hermitage Mt Barker 1852 Memorial 58/39

RUNDLE, John farmer Mt Barker. Director of the Mt Barker Steam Flour Mill Company 1853 Application 6901

No 2 – the Younger

RUNDLE, John Junr butcher Hindmarsh 1841. Farmer Mt Barker 1850 Application 22126.

RUNDLE, John farmer Hahndorf. Member St John German Protestant Church Hahndorf 1859 Memorial 301/153

RUNDLE, John butcher Mt Barker 1863[-1865] Memorial 93/189

No 3

RUNDLE, John farmer near Paskeville. Hundred of Ninnes land grant 1911 Grant Book 14 Page 301 County Daly

RUNDLE, John Henry farmer Gladstone 1885 Memorial 125/370

RUNDLE, John Moyses blacksmith Caltowie 1889 Memorial 142/398

No 1

RUNDLE, John Robins butcher Bowden 1855[-1876] Memorial 153/81, Application 10482 FIND CHECK DEATH DATE

RUNDLE, John Robins butcher Bowden, died 10/10/1875. His wife, Mary RUNDLE, died 30/11/1890 Hindmarsh, of heart disease, aotortic disease and stenosis, aged 67. The Rundles had 7 children (including 2 deceased), all over 21 in 1891 - John Rundle hawker Bowden; William Thomas Rundle butcher North Adelaide now deceased, died 17/2/1883 intestate worth £300 (widow Morizia Margretta Wilhelmine Rundle); Henry Rundle butcher Bowden now deceaed died 7/12/1882 intestate, worth £210 (widow Mary Roe Rundle); Elisha Rundle labourer Arcoona Station, Alfred Martin Martin mason Bowden; Mary Grace FROST wife of Joseph Frost farmer Lower Light, Alice COOMBE wife of William Charles Coombe brickmaker Brompton; Helen FLETCHER wife of Henry William Fletcher traveller Ovingham Application 22116.

RUNDLE, John Robins butcher Bowden, died 10/10/1876. His real estate went into trust to George PEARCE farmer Crystal Brook and Samuel COOMBE brickmaker Bowden, to earn an income for the widow, Mary Rundle, during her lifetime; afterwards all real estate to be sold and the proceeds divided equally absolutely in remainder expectant amongst the children. The land could also be sold with the widow’s permission, and provided the youngest child had reached 21. Elisha Rundle, a son, had already received half his share of the estate during the testator’s lifetime. Mary Rundle, widow of John Robins Rundle butcher, died 30/11/1890, of heart disease and aortic stenosis, at Hindmarsh, aged 67. Application 24942

No 1

RUNDLE, Joseph farmer Mt Barker 1855 Hundred of the Murray land grant Memorial 251/102

RUNDLE, Joseph farmer Blakiston 1874 Memorial 100/276

RUNDLE, Joseph labourer Kanmantoo and Mary Alice Rundle his wife 1883 Application 19680.

RUNDLE, Joseph Charles Augustus of Pt Augusta 1884 Memorial 82/362

RUNDLE, Richard farmer Mt Barker 1858[-1861] Memorial 172/135, Application 2419.

No 1

RUNDLE, Thomas labourer Adelaide (Rundle St) 1849 Memorial 386/14

RUNDLE, Thomas carter Parkside, died c1894. Executor : Matthew Henry MADGE gentleman Adelaide Beneficiaries in equal shares - Elizabeth STORER, Mary Ann WISHART and Richard Rundle Memorial 243/426

No 1

RUNDLE, William miner Mt Barker 1849 Memorial 138/18

RUNDLE, William yeoman Mt Barker 1854[-1856]. He was described as a farmer by 1867 Application 8095

RUNDLE, William butcher Mt Barker 1859 Memorial 346/154

RUNDLE, William butcher Mt Barker 1874 Application 13339

RUNDLE, William gentleman Mt Barker 1877 Memorial 222/316

No 1

RUNDLE, William Henry yeoman Mt Barker 1854 Memorial 60/68

RUNDLE, William Henry labourer Mt Barker, died c1859. He left his brother, John Rundle, his watch and riding saddle. He left the rest of his estate to his wife (WH Rundle's wife), Rachel Rundle Memorial 265/151

RUNDLE, William Henry labourer Mt Barker, ‘now weak in body, but of perfect mind and memory’, made his will 28/5/1854. His beloved wife, Rachel Rundle, to receive the house and land, and 12 shares in the Mt Barker New Mill, together with ‘all my other goods and chattles, personal estate and effects’, apart from his watch and saddle, which the testator’s brother, John Rundle, inherited. No subsequent death date recorded. The widow, Rachel Rundle, had remarried tol Charles TROWER farmer Glen Osmond by 1859. The Trowers mortgaged their real estate and became bankrupts Application 21280

No 2

RUNDLE, William Henry butcher Mt Barker 1863 Memorial 93/189

RUNDLE, William Henry butcher formerly of Mt Barker but then of Hamilton Vic 1865 Application 6889

No 1 – William Thomas Rundle (also known as William Rundle)

RUNDLE, William hawker Bowden 1888 Memorial 192/392

RUNDLE, William hawker Sixth St Bowden 1888 Memorial 27/393

RUNDLE, William Thomas hawker Sixth St, Bowden 1895 Application 22987.

RUNDLE, William Thomas hawker Gibson St, Bowden 1899 Application 23847.

RUNDLE, William Thomas (also known as William Rundle) hawker Bowden 1929 Application 27738.

RUNDLE, William Thomas merchant Bowden. Trustee Methodist Church Bowden 1946[-1949] Memorial 26/520 FIND – PERHAPS ELDER AND YOUNGER

No 1

RUNGE, FW clerk Adelaide 1873 Memorial 249/268

RUNGE, Francis William clerk Adelaide (Gawler Place) linked with Jobst Henry Runge builder Kent Town 1880 Memorial 181/327

RUNGE, Francis William clerk formerly of Gawler Place, Adelaide but now of Mitcham 1884 Memorial 151/358

No 1

RUNGE, Heinrich bricklayer Norwood 1852[-1854] Memorial 256/42 Bricklayer Adelaide early 1855 Memorial 45/92 Bricklayer Norwood late 1855[-1858] Memorial 51/92

RUNGE, Heinrich bricklayer Kent Town 1865 Memorial 193/201

RUNGE, Heinrich mason Norwood 1871 Memorial 131/253

No 1

RUNGE, Jobst Heinrich bricklayer Norwood 1850[-1857] Memorial 272/20

RUNGE, Jobst Heinrich mason Norwood 1864 Memorial 70/193

RUNGE, Jobst Heinrich mason formerly of Norwood but now of Kent Town 1864 Application 5315.

RUNGE, Jobst Heinrich builder Kent Town 1867[-1874] Memorial 10/227, Application 13643

RUNGE, Jobst Henry builder Kent Town, died 1884. His real estate in trust to his wife, Friederica Runge, for her lifetime, then to be sold. How was one of the executors, Carl Gustav Eduard Runge chemist Adelaide related to JH Runge? Application 25319

RUNGE, Jobst Heinrich died 21/5/1884. Father of Carl Gustav Eduard Runge chemist Adelaide 1887 Memorial 195/384

RUNGE, Jobst Heinrich builder King William St, Kent Town, died 21/5/1884. Executors and trustees: Carl Gustav Eduard Runge chemist Adelaide and Beaumont Arnold MOULDEN solicitor Adelaide Memorials 96 & 97/414

RUNTING, William formerly [farmer Montague Farm] Dry Creek 1851 but now bookbinder Melbourne Vic 1854 Memorials 302 & 303/68

RUPPERT, Eugene Arthur innkeeper Adelaide (Blenheim Hotel Hindley St) 1873 Memorials 116/266, 85/275

No 1

RUSBRIDGE, Elizabeth spinster Morphett Arms Hotel 1855 Memorial 394/89

RUSBRIDGE, Elizabeth spinster Morphett Arms [Hotel locality not stated but probably Plympton] 1855 Memorial 394/89

No 1 - the Elder

RUSBRIDGE, John carpenter and joiner Adelaide 1839 Application 22362

RUSBRIDGE, John married Mercy nee ? on 4/6/1837 Rottingdean parish church, near Brighton, Sussex, England. The Rusbridges emigrated to SA, arriving in 1837. Richard Rusbridge born 30/8/1838 Adelaide, the eldest child of the marriage. John Rusbridge died 1852 Forest Creek Vic intestate. His son Richard Rusbridge inherited his estate as heir at law. In 1854, Mercy Rusbridge remarried to Jones WALKER who had died by 1890. Mrs Walker lived at Brighton Application 21898

No 2 - the Younger

RUSBRIDGE, John of Brighton 1851 Memorial 103/30

RUSBRIDGE, John farmer Mt Allen near Allen Creek 1866 Memorial 258/209

RUSBRIDGE, John farmer Tothill Creek 1876 Memorial 222/296

RUSBRIDGE, John farmer Hundred of Palmer 1879 Memorial 210/318

RUSBRIDGE, John farmer Willochra 1879 Memorial 146/320

RUSBRIDGE, John farmer Boolcunda East trustee unnamed Church Hundred of Boolcunda Hundred of Boolcunda land grant 1884 Grant Book 49 Page 45 County Newcastle

RUSBRIDGE, John farmer Boolcunda East 1885[-1887] Memorial 126/370

No 1

RUSBRIDGE, Richard stockkeeper North-West Bend 1865 Memorial 207/252

RUSBRIDGE, Richard stockkeeper Adelaide 1871 Memorial 209/252

RUSBRIDGE, Thomas Richard farmer Pinnaroo trustee Methodist Church Yarraville 1911 Grant Book 12 Page 47 County Chandos

RUSBY, RJ cabinetmaker Gawler South 1894 Application 25531

No 1

RUSCHEN, Christian labourer Klemzig 1865 Memorial 306/201

RUSCHEN, Christian farmer Dry Creek 1865 Application 5942

RUSCHEN, Christian gardener Windsor died 2/10/1901. He left his estate to his wife, Anna Ruschen, for life, then to his son, Friedrich Wilhelm Ruschen farmer Windsor in remainder expectant. Estate worth £360 Application 26394

RUSCHEN, Christian gardener Windsor, died 2/10/1901. Husband of Anna Ruschen. Estate worth £360. Friedrich Wilhelm Ruschen gardener Windsor and John David Christian Ruskin (formerly Ruschen) farmer Dublin were brothers and belonged to this family Memorials 24 & 37/468

RUSE, Charles David farmer Karte trustee Karte Hall 1926 Grant Book 12 Page 231 County Chandos

RUSE, Richard farmer The Light 1865 Application 5912

RUSH, AR of Melbourne St, North Adelaide 1900 Memorial 114/441

RUSH, Arthur William blacksmith Mt Bryan. Mt Bryan East (Hundred of Kingston) township allotment land grant 1912 Grant Book 9 Page 211 County Burra

No 1

RUSH, Benjamin of Gumeracha 1858 Memorial 86/143

RUSH, Benjamin farmer formerly of Gumeracha but now of near Mt Bryan 1874 Memorial 41/274

RUSH, Benjamin formerly of Gumeracha 1858 but now of Mt Bryan Flat near Kooringa 1876 Application 15603

RUSH, Benjamin wheelwright Mt Bryan Flat and Jane Rush his wife 1913 Application 26210

No 1

RUSH, Isaac of Gumeracha 1858 Memorial 85/143

RUSH, Isaac [formerly of Gumeracha but now] ironworker Adelaide 1883 Memorial 3/355

No 1

RUSH, James sheep farmer The Light 1856 Memorial 215/103

RUSH, James farmer [formerly of the Light but now of] Glenelg 1857 Memorial 14/130

RUSH, John carpenter formerly of Adelaide, but now of the Tiers 1847 Memorial 489/10

RUSH, Michael labourer Parilla. Hundred of Parilla land grant 1927 Grant Book 12 Page 101 County Chandos

RUSH, Robert compositor Walkerville 1875 Memorial 117/282

RUSH, William Henry saddler Adelaide (South Tce) 1851 Memorial 104/31

RUSHALL, Henry labourer Gawler 1857 Memorial 109/117

No 1

RUSHALL, William farmer Lyndoch Valley 1850 Memorial 380/28

RUSHALL, William farmer Lyndoch Valley. Brother to Mrs TY LASHMAR, nee Jane Rushall 1881 Application 18701

No 1

RUSHTON, Harry stonemason Hindmarsh 1891[-1893] Memorial 193/410, Application 22436

RUSHTON, Harry [formerly of Hindmarsh but now of] Keighley, Yorks, England 1899 Memorial 161/437

No 1

RUSHTON, Joshua dairyman Cowandilla 1868 Application 9409

RUSHTON, Joshua out of business formerly of Cowandilla but now of Brook End, Langdon, Rugeley, Staffs, England 1885 Memorial 109/368

RUSHTON, Joshua out of business late of Cowandilla, but now of Brook End, Longdon Rugeley, Staffs, England, power of attorney to Nathaniel OLDHAM and Charles Augustus OLDHAM land agents Adelaide, to sell his SA estate and conclude his business affairs in the province 10/6/1885 Deposit 103/1885

RUSHTON, Mary Ann of Cowandilla 1868 Memorial 108/322

No 1

RUSHTON, Matthew mason Melrose 1858 Memorial 164/157

RUSHTON, Matthew 23 bachelor stone mason Hurdsfield (Father; William Rushton) married Ann ORME 20 spinster Hurdsfield (Father: John Orme) on 5/6/1852. Two girls, Sarah 1853 and Ann 1855, born in England. The Rushtons emigrated to SA and settled at Melrose in 1858. Matthew Rushton mason Melrose, died 9/5/1866, of phthisis, aged 39. His daughter, Sarah Rushton 18 Pt Augusta married Archibald Campbell HOBEY 31 labourer Pt Augusta (Father: Thomas Hobey) on 11/10/1871 Charles ANSTEY's home Pt Augusta. Minister; James LLOYD. Witnesses: Charles Anstey shoemaker Pt Augusta and Ann Rushton of Pt Augusta. Ann Rushton 20 spinster Pt Augusta marrried John MACDONALD 28 overseer Pt Augusta (Father: Alexander MacDonald) on 3/6/1875 Ann WALDE home Pt Augusta. Minister: Thomas McNeil. Witnesses: A SMITH of Pt Augusta, and Sarah HABBY of Stirling Application 24615

RUSHTON, Matthew no description died 9/5/1866 intestate. Two daughters - Sarah HOBEY wife of Archibald Campbell Hobey sanitary inspector Davenport near Pt Augusta and Ann MACDONALD wife of John MacDonald station manager Carriewerloo by 1901 Memorial 8/449

RUSK, Frank Reginald electrical fitter Gawler South 1941 Memorial 55/518

No 1

RUSK, Richard labourer Walkerville 1866 Application 7114

RUSK, Richard the Elder of Walkerville, died 28/2/1896. His family included Robert Rusk of no occupation Walkerville Tce, Walkerville, born at Bowden and who died 3/9/1922; Richard Francis Rusk the Younger engineer and fitter 26 Spencer Tce, St Leonards; Alicia Jane DREW of Marlborough St, College Park; and Sarah Anne MILLER of Beulah Rd, Norwood. The Rusks shifted from Bowden to Walkerville between 1867-1869 Application 27104

No 1

RUSK, Robert printer Walkerville 1874 Application 13573

RUSK, Robert compositor Walkerville 1883. He could not write Application 20027

RUSK, Robert compositor Walkerville 1875[-1884] Memorial 117/282

RUSKIN, John David Christian farmer Dublin linked with Mary Rosina Christiana Ruskin spinster Payneham 1914 Memorial 101/471

RUSS, Alfred Randolph hairdresser 22 Barham St, Allenby Gardens and Dorothy Irene Russ his wife 1942 Memorial 123/517

No 1

RUSS, Joachim Heinrich farmer Rosenthal 1854[-1859] Memorial 292/69

RUSS, Joachim Heinrich farmer formerly of Rosenthal 1854 but then of Kingsford near Gawler 1864. He could not write Application 5140

RUSS, Johann Heinrich Albrecht farmer Minlaton 1898 Memorial 29/434

No 1 - possibly the same person

RUSSACK, Friedrich Wilhelm licensed victualler The Mill Inn Gawler South 1875[-1876] Memorial 22/286

RUSSACK, Wilhelm of Parkside 1894 Memorial 12/420

RUSSACK, Frederick farmer Hundred of Yarrah Hundred of Yarrah land grant 1891 Grant Book 49 Page 216 County Newcastle

No 1

RUSSELL, Abraham farmer Athelstone 1854 Memorial 329/65

RUSSELL, Abraham and William farmers Athelstone 1893 Memorial 78/418

RUSSELL, Abraham farmer Athelstone 1860 Application 1703

RUSSELL, Harriet wife of Abraham Russell farmer Athelstone died 23/9/1891, leaving her sister Rebecca BOLLEN wife of George Bollen medical practitioner Pt Adelaide, her whole estate in trust for life, then sold as soon as convenient and distributed to the children of Rebecca Bollen in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant. Rebecca Bollen wife of George Bollen surgeon Mt Barker, died 18/6/1892, of cardiac hypertrophy and fistula of the bowel, aged 66. Harriet Russell had been married previously, to David CHAPMAN carpenter Athelstone, who died 9/11/1883, leaving his whole estate, worth £300, to her Application 22459

RUSSELL, Abraham 80 widower gardener Athelstone (Father: John Russell) married Harriet CHAPMAN 75 widow [of David Chapman carpenter Athelstone] Athelstone (Father; James STEER) on 9/2/1889 St George’s Magill. Minister: Alfred HONNER. Witnesses: B MCARTHUR traveller Kensington and Elizabeth McArthur of Kensington Application 21862

RUSSELL, Albert William sharebroker's clerk Wayville 1914 Memorial 97/471

No 1

RUSSELL, Alexander licensed victualler [Exchange Hotel] Pt Adelaide 1864[-1873] Memorial 96/206

RUSSELL, Alexander licensed victualler Pt Adelaide 1872 Application 11907

RUSSELL, Alexander gentleman Woodville 1876 Application 15522

RUSSELL, Alexander licensed victualler [Britannia Hotel] Pt Adelaide 1876 Memorial 68/290

RUSSELL, Alexander ship owner Woodville 1878 Application 16968, Application 16968

RUSSELL, Alexander shipowner Woodville 1880[-1887] Memorial 85/324

RUSSELL, Alice widow Woodville 1913 Application 26194

RUSSELL, Andrew Carroll licensed victualler Adelaide (Overway Hotel, Hindley St) 1893 Memorial 174/416

RUSSELL, Ann widow Pt Lincoln 1902 Memorial 85/445

No 1

RUSSELL, Arthur licensed victualler Pt Adelaide linked with James Ralph Russell gentleman Rosewater 1877 Memorial 250/304

RUSSELL, Arthur publican Pt Adelaide 1880 Application 18243

RUSSELL, Arthur licensed victualler formerly of the British Hotel Pt Adelaide but now of Franklin Harbour 1883 Memorial 135/350

RUSSELL, Arthur sheep farmer Franklin Harbour 1883 Application 20032

RUSSELL, Arthur farmer Franklin Harbour 1884[-1888] Memorial 159/360

No 1

RUSSELL, Arthur farmer Lobethal and Clara Christina Caroline Russell his wife 1920 Memorial 146/479

RUSSELL, Arthur fisherman Aldinga, died c 1920. Estate worth £292. Brother to George Russell, Albert Henry Russell and Ernest Isaac Russell all of Adelaide. Allick Russell wickerworker Adelaide also mentioned Memorial 170/483

RUSSELL, Arthur fisherman Aldinga, died 3/5/1920. He left his estate to his brothers George Russell, Albert Henry Russell and Ernest Isaac Russell all of Adelaide in equal shares. Estate worth £292. Allick Russell wickerworker Adelaide was executor of the will - not certain what his relationship was to the deceased Application 26925

No 2

RUSSELL, Arthur farmer Lobethal 1921, and Clara Christina Caroline Russell his wife Application 26957

RUSSELL, Arthur dairyman Lobethal and Clara Christine Caroline Russell his wife 1924 Application 27242

No 3

RUSSELL, Arthur out of business Wingfield, died 19/1/1957 Adelaide. Brother to Edith Ruby JESSOP. Uncle of William HARTLAND and Jessie Maud HOARE Memorial 19/533

RUSSELL, Arthur Henry printer's pressman Adelaide and Mary Ethel Violet his wife 1907 Application 25304.

No 1

RUSSELL, Bejamin farmer Angas Park 1849[-1851] Memorial 39/14

RUSSELL, Benjamin farmer Wayford Springs near Tanunda 1851[-1856] Memorial 213/37

RUSSELL, Benjamin farmer Spring Gully North Rhine 1857 Memorial 281/130

RUSSELL, Benjamin farmer Wheal Barton 1858 Grant Book 17 Page 11a County Eyre

RUSSELL, Benjamin formerly farmer Tanunda but now mason Adelaide 1859 Memorial 11/155

RUSSELL, Benjamin mason Truro 1864[-1872] Memorial 336/197

RUSSELL, Benjamin farmer Wheat Barton 1861 Memorial 129/264

No 1

RUSSELL, Charles Wanley Trelawney Fuller bank manager Union Bank of Australia Adelaide branch 1892 Memorial 20/415

RUSSELL, Charles Wanley Trelawney Fuller Manager Bank of SA Adelaide Branch 1893 Application 22550.

RUSSELL, Charles Wanley Trelawney Fuller gentleman Adelaide 1894. Attorney for the Bank of SA Ltd, in the process of being taken over by the Union Bank of Australia Ltd Application 22704

RUSSELL, Charles Wanley Trelawney Fuller manager of the Union Bank of Australia Ltd Adelaide Branch 1896 Application 23211

RUSSELL, Clara farmer Hay Valley 1886 Application 20906

No 1

RUSSELL, Daniel labourer Pt Adelaide 1856[-1857] Memorial 186/99

RUSSELL, Daniel late of Pt Adelaide, died 9/6/1866 Melbourne Vic intestate. His eldest son, William Archibald Russell labourer Pt Adelaide, inherited as heir at law. He was the only surviving child as well Application 17116

No 1

RUSSELL, Edward farmer North Adelaide 1881 Memorial 195/329

RUSSELL, Edward stockholder North Adelaide 1881[-1891] Memorial 56/336

RUSSELL, Edward stockholder Adelaide 1885 Memorial 17/371

RUSSELL, Edwin farmer Modbury and Harriet Russell his wife, daughter of the late William MORTIMER formerly farmer Modbury who died 12/3/1875 Memorial 108/281

RUSSELL, Emma widow Cardwell St, Adelaide, died 30/12/1892. Estate worth £1,332. Mother of Elizabeth Johanna Russell spinster Cardwell St. Other children acknowledged but not named Memorial 127/416

RUSSELL, Frank A sharebroker Adelaide 1910 Memorial 102/463

RUSSELL, Frederick bank manager Gumeracha 1919 Memorial 38/479

No 1

RUSSELL, Frederick Charles engineer Stepney 1866 Memorial 194/210

RUSSELL, Frederick Charles engineer formerly of Stepney 1866 but now of Adelaide 1871 Application 11794

No 1

RUSSELL, George engineer Nairne 1848 Memorial 384/12

No 2

RUSSELL, George farmer Co Adelaide 1854 Memorial 427/70

RUSSELL, George of Section 1065 Hundred of Adelaide 1854 [-1858] Memorial 280/72

No 1

RUSSELL, HD accountant Pt Adelaide 1903[-1925] Memorial 45/449

RUSSELL, Harry Drever accountant Lipson St, Pt Adelaide 1941 Application 28301

No 1

RUSSELL, Henry gentleman Echunga linked with Margaret Russell widow Echunga 1864 Memorial 85/196

RUSSELL, Henry farmer and gardener Echunga Gardens 1870 Memorial 221/249

RUSSELL, Henry farmer Echunga linked with Margaret Russell widow Echunga 1876 Memorial 133/290

No 2

RUSSELL, Henry farmer Rochester Hundred of Yackamoorundie land grant 1873[-1880] Grant Book 56 Page 87 County Stanley

No 1

RUSSELL, Henry John Thomas Drayton farmer Marion on the Sturt 1874 Application 13616

RUSSELL, Henry John Thomas Drayton farmer Marion linked with Mary Russell widow Marion 1882 Memorial 213/340

RUSSELL, Henry John Thomas Drayton farmer Marion, died 11/4/1884 intestate. Estate worth £2,340 Memorial 102/400

RUSSELL, Herbert Henry Ernest medical practitioner, RUSSELL, Alice and Edith spinsters all of St Raymonds, Unley Rd, Hyde Park 1947 Application 28447

RUSSELL, Howard Yelland and Phillip Russell farmers Pinnaroo. Hundred of Parilla land grant 1927 Grant Book 12 Page 100 County Chandos

No 1

RUSSELL, JG clerk to Messrs BURTON & BLOXAM solicitors Mt Gambier 1870[-1872] Memorial 120/248

RUSSELL, JG clerk to WE BURTON solicitor Mt Gambier 1872[-1873] Memorial 194/262

RUSSELL, James George of Adelaide acting master of the Supreme Court of SA 1878 Memorial 91/308

RUSSELL, James George Master of the SA Supreme Court, Adelaide 1882 Memorial 12/337

RUSSELL, James George of Adelaide formerly Master of the SA Supreme Court 1885 Memorial 229/363

RUSSELL, James George Inland Revenue Commissioner Adelaide 1885 Application 20451

RUSSELL, James George Esquire of Adelaide, formerly Master of the SA Supreme Court but now Commissioner of Taxes for SA 1888[-1904] Memorial 250/394

RUSSELL, James George SM of Adelaide, died 5/1/1918 Memorial 181/486

No 1

RUSSELL, James Ralph labourer Pt Adelaide 1851[-1857] Memorial 247/37

RUSSELL, James Ralph licensed victualler British Hotel, Pt Adelaide 1863[-1874] Memorial 163/197

RUSSELL, James Ralph gentleman Rosewater 1875 Memorial 123/284

RUSSELL, James Ralph gentleman Northarmton 1877 Memorial 213/302

RUSSELL, James Ralph gentleman formerly of Rosewater 1875 but now of Pt Adelaide 1878 Application 16904

RUSSELL, James Ralph gentleman Woodville 1884 Hundred of Playford land grant 1884[-1893] Grant Book 39 Page 113 County Jervois

RUSSELL, James Ralph gentleman Woodville, died 28/9/1898. Father of Walter Russell licensed victualler Pt Adelaide, who died 2/7/1907. W Russell's widow, Jennie Russell, lived at Edgecliff NSW by 1924 Memorial 188/490

No 1

RUSSELL, James Thomas miller Pt Adelaide 1865 Application 6766

RUSSELL, James Thomas miller Pt Adelaide 1871[-1887] Memorial 127/257

RUSSELL, James Thomas miller Pt Adelaide Co Adelaide. Broughton township [later called Redhill] allotment land grant 1877 Grant Book 14 Page 498 County Daly

RUSSELL, James Thomas milller Pt Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of Bundaleer land grant 1877 Grant Book 60 Page 358 County Victoria

RUSSELL, James Thomas miller Pt Adelaide and Susannah Charlotte Russell his wife 1883[-1887] Application 19591.

RUSSELL, James Thomas Russell miller Hackney and Susannnah Charlotte Russell his wife 1892 Application 22203.

RUSSELL, James Thomas mill inspector Unley and Susannah Charlotte Russell his wife 1909 Application 25556.

RUSSELL, James Thomas miller Pt Adelaide and Susannah Charlotte Russell his wife 1910 Application 25762.

No 1

RUSSELL, John merchant Adelaide (Rundle St) 1840[-1844] Memorial 462/88

No 1

RUSSELL, John hotelkeeper Criterion Hotel cnr Wheelton Place and Francis St, Pt Adelaide leased the premises for £104 a year from his father, Alexander Russell shipowner Woodville 1887 Memorial 218/383

RUSSELL, John clerk Woodville 1891 Memorial 89/412

RUSSELL, Ralph gentleman Rosewater 1875 Memorial 123/284

No 1 - likely to be the same person

RUSSELL, Richard carpenter Adelaide 1854[-1860] Memorial 450/76

RUSSELL, Richard Samuel carpenter Adelaide 1858 Memorial 153/143

RUSSELL, Richmond estate agent Parkside 1926 Memorial 165/494

No 1

RUSSELL, Robert carpenter Adelaide 1854[-1860] Memorial 450/76

No 2

RUSSELL, Robert licensed victualler Macclesfield took out a 7-year lease of Low's Inn in Mt Barker 1853 Memorial 42/51

No 3- likely to be the same person

RUSSELL, Robert fisherman Alberton 1856 Memorial 270/96

RUSSELL, Robert Fraser fisherman Alberton 1856 Memorial 5/101

RUSSELL, Robert Fraser fisherman Alberton had lived in Alberton for 37 years and had been in SA for 40 years Statement 1881 Application 18544.

No 4

RUSSELL, Robert stockholder Wellington on the Murray Hundred of Seymour land grant 1862 Grant Book 53 Page 100 County Russell

RUSSELL, Robert dairyman East Wellington and Clara Russell his wife formerly Clara ANDREWS widow Mt Barker 1902 Memorial 236/444

No 5

RUSSELL, Robert 25 engineeer Pt Adelaide (Father: Adam Russell) married Elizabeth BLAKELY 20 spinster Adelaide (Father: Benjamin Blakely) on 17/3/1881 St John’s Halifax St, Adelaide. Witnesses: John LYONS boiler maker Pt Adelaid and Emma Blakely of Adelaide 1885 Application 20476.

RUSSELL, Elizabeth wife of Robert Russell fireman Le Fevre Peninsula and Emma Jane BLAKELY spinster Le Fevre Peninsula 1885 Application 20476

No 6

RUSSELL, Robert vigneron McLaren Vale 1900 Memorial 17/516

RUSSELL, Robert vigneron McLaren Vale. McLaren Vale Public Hall Association trustee 1913 Memorial 128/468

No 1

RUSSELL, Robert George bootmaker Adelaide 1849[-1854] Memorial 165/17

RUSSELL, Robert George bootmaker formerly of Wakefield St then of Cardwell St Adelaide, died 1/1/1885. Estate worth £780. Husband of Emma Russell. Father of Elizabeth Johanna Fothergill Russell spinster Adelaide. Father-in-law of John HILDITCH Memorial 77/364

RUSSELL, Robert Graham bootmaker Adelaide 1851 Memorial 471/29

RUSSELL, Samuel farmer Sawpit Gully 1859 Memorial 1/172

No 1

RUSSELL, Thomas carpenter Broughton trustee Wesleyan Methodist Church Broughton 1874 Grant Book 14 Page 495 County Daly

No 2

RUSSELL, Thomas miller Pt Adelaide 1877 Memorial 49/298

No 1 – Thomas Hay Russell

RUSSELL, Thomas licensed victualler Adelaide (Royal Hotel, Hindley St), had died by 1885 Memorial 179/363

RUSSELL, Thomas Hay licensed victualler Adelaide, died 8/12/1884. His widow, Hannah Russell, formerly of Hindley St, Adelaide but then of Strathalbyn by 1887

Memorial 20/385

No 1

RUSSELL, Thomas Henry bricklayer Park Lands Adelaide 1846 Memorial 205/7 Bricklayer Marion 1850 Memorial 212/28

RUSSELL, Thomas Henry bricklayer Native Location near Adelaide 1852 Memorial 302/39

RUSSELL, Thomas Henry bricklayer Adelaide 1840. He died at Marion in 1854. Husband of Mary Russell, who died 1882. The Russells had no family. A Henry John Thomas Drayton Russell took over the Russell real estate at Marion at that time. He died 11/4/1884 intestate. He was sometimes known as Henry John Thomas DRAYTON. His estate worth £2,340. Not known how he was linked with TH Russell and his wife Application 25885

RUSSELL, Mary widow Marion 1856[-1882] Memorial 72/110

RUSSELL, TL auctioneer Little Para 1913 Memorial 2/469

RUSSELL, Thomas Ralph of Fremantle WA, died 28/10/1899 Memorial 98/439

RUSSELL, Walter licensed victualler British Hotel Pt Adelaide, as a weekly tenant (corner of North Parade and Nelson St) 1900 Application 24049

No 1

RUSSELL, William labourer Prospect 1847[-1851] Memorial 458/9

No 2 – perhaps a continuation of No 1

RUSSELL, William gardener Little Adelaide 1849. Prominent Wesleyan Methodist Memorial 398/15

No 3

RUSSELL, William blacksmith Bowden 1853[-1859] Memorial 306/56

RUSSELL, William blacksmith Bowden 1873 Application 12840

No 4

RUSSELL, William gentleman Echunga 1860[-1862] Memorial 252/163

RUSSELL, Margaret widow Echunga 1870 Application 10873

RUSSELL, Harriet Wilhelmine Lee, RUSSELL, Eva Blanche and RUSSELL, Ada Beatrice spinsters Dequetteville Tce, Kent Town 1907. Daughters of the late William and Margaret Russell of Echunga Application 25327

No 5

RUSSELL, William farmer Athelstone 1873 Application 12823.

No 6

RUSSELL, William farmer Alma Plains Co Gawler. Hundred of Bundaleer land grant 1873 Grant Book 60 Page 65 County Victoria

RUSSELL, William farmer Caltowie. Hundred of Caltowie land grant 1879 Grant Book 60 Page 189 County Victoria

RUSSELL, William of Caltowie 1887 Memorial 91/387

No 7

RUSSELL, William sailmaker Pt Adelaide 1881 Application 18737.

RUSSELL, William sailmaker Pt Adelaide 1924 Application 27186

No 8 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

RUSSELL, William the Elder baker Pt Lincoln 1890 Application 21946

RUSSELL, William the Younger shoemaker Pt Lincoln 1886 Application 21946.

No 9

RUSSELL, William ship chandler Pt Adelaide 1899 Application 23764

RUSSELL, William ship chandler Pt Adelaide 1901[-1908] Memorial 94/442

RUSSELL, William Archibald labourer Pt Adelaide 1878 Memorial 80/307

RUSSELL, William Brice Wakefield fruiterer Adelaide 1876. Linked with the late William Russell formerly Esquire Echunga 1857 Application 15108.

No 1

RUSSELL, William Henry bootmaker Gawler Co Gawler. Hundred of Barossa land grant 1851 Grant Book 1 Page 34 County Adelaide

RUSSELL, William Henry farmer Oakbank Hundred of Barossa. Hundred of Barossa land grant 1852 Grant Book 1 Page 34 County Adelaide

RUSSELL, William Henry farmer Oakbank near Gawler 1852[-1867] Memorial 147/103

RUSSELL, William Henry farmer Barossa West 1863 Memorial 26/190

RUSSELL, WH farmer Oakbank Hundred of Barossa 1872 Application 12176

No 2

RUSSELL, William Henry farmer Bute, had died by 1907. Executor - William Henry JETTNER farmer near Caltowie Grant Book 15 Page 48 County Daly

RUSSELL, Tryphosa domestic Moonta [nee SHADWELL widow of WH Russell]. Cunliffe (Hundred of Kadina) township allotment land grant 1907 Grant Book 14 Page 178 County Daly

No 1

RUSSELL, William Joseph farmer Pt Lincoln 1925 Application 27370

RUSSELL, William Joseph farmer Pt Lincoln linked with Mary Ann HAMP (formerly Russell) married woman formerly of Pt Lincoln but now of Kooringa 1924 Memorial 32/491

No 1

RUSSWURM, Paul storeman Gawler 1865 Application 6932.

RUSSWURM, Paul storeman Gawler 1868 Memorial 208/233

RUSSWURM, Paul labourer Pt Pirie 1876 Memorial 140/289

RUSSWURM, Paul storeman formerly of Gawler but now of Pt Pirie 1876 Memorial 136/290

RUSSWURM, Paul labourer Pt Pirie and Maria Russwurm, formerly Kneffel widow. Marriage settlement 25/4/1876. Trustees Ferdinand FRANKEL licensed victualler Gawler, and Thomas BEADNALL carpenter Gawler Deposit 6/1895

RUSSWURM, Paul labourer Pt Pirie and Maria Russwurm his wife formerly Maria KNEFFEL widow 1876 Memorial 20/294

RUSSWURM, Paul labourer [formerly of Pt Pirie but now of] Gawler and Maria Russwurm his wife 1878 Memorial 82/307

RUST, JO salesman Goodwood 1942 Memorial 16/522

No 1

RUST, William labourer Pt Elliot 1864 Memorial 322/199

RUST, William farmer Pt Elliot 1871 Memorial 41/254

RUTH, Frederick Leslie returned soldier Bedford Park 1924 Application 27279

No 1

RUTH, John sawyer New Tiers 1855[-1855] Memorial 464/94

No 2

RUST, John butcher Milang 1897 Application 23317.

No 1

RUST, William labourer Pt Elliot 1864 Memorial 322/199

RUST, William farmer Pt Elliot 1864 Memorial 41/252

No 1

RUTHERFORD, Charles mattress manufacturer Adelaide (Hindley St) and Annie Rutherford his wife 1891 Memorial 26/409

RUTHERFORD, Charles wire worker Adelaide (Hindley St) 1921 Memorial 102/484

No 1

RUTHERFORD, George farmer Murray River 1856 Memorial 261/98

RUTHERFORD, George stockholder Murray River 1856 Memorial 284/100

RUTHERFORD, George Esquire Torrens River 1859 Memorial 277/151

RUTHERFORD, George gentleman The Torrens 1860 Application 1368.

RUTHERFORD, George Esquire Tusmore Park near Adelaide, power of attorney to George TINLINE Esquire MLC Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 21/6/1860 Deposit 283/1860

RUTHERFORD, George stockholder formerly of Adelaide but at present absent therefrom 1860 Memorial 210/169

RUTHERFORD, Gideon stockholder Kalangadoo Hundred of Grey land grant 1860 Grant Book 30 Page 400 County Grey

RUTHERFORD, Robert stockholder Morambro [perhaps on the Mosquito Plains] 1861 Memorial 111/174

RUTHNING/RÜTHNING, Friedrich Ludwig hatmaker Brighton Road near Adelaide 1850 Memorial 179/27

RUTHNING/RÜTHNING, HLE clerk to Alfred ATKINSON solicitor Adelaide 1859[-1861] Memorial 74/160

RUTHVEN, George Thomas agent Adelaide 1899 Memorial 105/439

RUTHVEN, H contractor Nile St, Exeter 1896 Application 23262

No 1

RUTHVEN, John carpenter Adelaide 1876[-1877] Memorial 123/295

RUTHVEN, John builder and contractor Sydenham Rd, Norwood 1878 Application 16649

No 1

RUTLAND, Frederick gentleman Adelaide 1841 Application 22415

RUTLAND, Frederick gentleman Adelaide 1842 Memorial 228/2

RUTLAND, Frederick Esquire Adelaide (Hanson St) 1853 Memorial 297/48

RUTLAND, Frederic gentleman Adelaide (Hawdon St) 1853 Memorial 222/52

No 1

RUTLAND, Frederick Ranger gentleman Adelaide 1855[-1858] Memorial 489/85

RUTLAND, Frederick Ranger gentleman Hanson St, Adelaide, about to depart the province for some time, power of attorney to his wife Margaret Mason RUTLAND, to manage his SA business affairs 14/4/1862 Deposit 118/1863

RUTLAND, Frederick Ranger gentleman [apparently formerly of Adelaide] gave instructions re his business affairs to his local attorney, Margaret Mason Rutland widow Adelaide 1863[-1874] Memorials 57/201, 147/237

RUTLAND, Frederick Ranger formerly of Adelaide but now residing abroad 1863 Application 4591

RUTTER, Alfred the Elder bootmaker Moonta 1882 Memorial 198/339

RUTTER, G Lyall articled law clerk Adelaide 1919 Memorial 49/479

RUTTER, Henry dealer Adelaide (Rosina St) 1851 Memorial 345/29

RUTTER, John Samuel dealer Pt Adelaide 1854 Memorial 31/69

No 1

RUWE, Heinrich farmer Klemzig 1858 Deposit 485/1858

RUWE, Heinrich farmer Klemzig Hundred of Gambier land grant 1858 Grant Book 30 Page 98 County Grey

RUWE, Heinrich farmer Mt Gambier 1860[-1869] Memorial 203/162

RUWE, Johann Heinrich farmer formerly of Klemzig but now Mt Gambier 1887 Application 21135

No 1 – Johann Joachim Peter Christian Ruwoldt

RUWOLDT, Christian farmer Adelaide 1849 Memorial 486/14

RUWOLDT, Christian farmer Gilles Plains 1853 Memorial 208/55

RUWOLDT, Johann Joachim Peter Christian farmer Mt Gambier Hundred of Gambier land grant 1858[- 1860] Grant Book 30 Page 91 County Grey

No 1

RUWOLDT, Johann Joachim Ludwig farmer Mt Gambier. Mt Gambier School trustee 1867 Memorial 222/225

RUWOLDT, Johann Joachim Ludwig farmer Mt Gambier East 1876 Memorial 228/294

RUWOLDT, Joachim Ludwig Heinrich farmer Mt Gambier 1881 Application 18492

RYALL, Moses labourer North Adelaide and Frances Ryall his wife 1849 Memorial 460/14

No 1

RYALL, William sawyer Millbrook and Harriet Mary Anne Ryall his wife 1877. She could not write Application 15672

RYALL, William sawyer Millbrook 1893 Memorial 82/416

RYALL, William sawyer Millbrook 1909 Application 25644

No 1

RYAN, Alicia widow Long Gully near Auburn 1862 Memorial 15/182

RYAN, Alicia widow Sevenhill 1863[-1865] Memorial 37/189

RYAN, Alicia widow Sevenhill 1864 Application 5490

RYAN, Alicia widow formerly of Sevenhill 1867 but now of Kent Town 1871 Application 11770

No 2 - possibly a continuation of No 1

RYAN, Alicia widow Adelaide 1870[-1873] Memorial 190/247

RYAN, Alicia widow formerly of Adelaide but now in parts beyond the seas 1876 Memorial 9/294

RYAN, Anthony Joseph shearing contractor Burra North (formerly called Aberdeen) 1948 Memorial 136/522

RYAN, Catharine widow Rundle St, Adelaide 1849 Memorial 412/15

No 1

RYAN, Catherine spinster Pt Lincoln 1945 Memorial 116/519

RYAN, Catherine spinster Pt Lincoln, sister to Mrs RUSSELL licensee of the Great Northern Hotel, Pt Lincoln and Mrs A Connell wife of James Connell motor car hire service proprietor Pt Lincoln 1947 Application 29210

RYAN, Charles Landers town clerk 8 Price Crescent, Lower Mitcham1944, declared that he had been the Town Clerk of Thebarton since 1/1/1944 Application 28387

No 1

RYAN, Daniel labourer Gawler Plains 1852[-1855] Memorial 161/47

RYAN, Daniel farmer formerly of Gawler Plains 1855 but now of Saddleworth 1867 Application 8190

No 1

RYAN, Dennis and James farmers Fords near Kapunda 1912 Memorial 54/466

RYAN, Dennis farmer Fords 1926 Application 27513

No 1

RYAN, Edward farmer Salisbury Hundred of Melville land grant 1878 Grant Book 19 Page 81 County Fergusson

RYAN, Edward farmer Oaklands Hundred of Melville land grant 1882 Grant Book 19 Page 85 County Fergusson

RYAN, George Herbert, James Edward Ryan and John Columbia Patrick Ryan chaff merchants Plympton 1914 Memorial 125/470

No 1

RYAN, Henry labourer Salisbury 1856 Memorial 295/95

RYAN, Henry farmer Salisbury 1862 Memorial 310/181

RYAN, Henry farmer Peachey Belt 1863 Memorial 207/189

No 2

RYAN, Henry bootmaker Adelaide (Carrington St) 1867 Application 8305

RYAN, Henry bootmaker Adelaide (Carrington St) 1871 Memorial 114/251

No 1

RYAN, Hugh labourer Mt Gambier 1880 Memorial 185/325

RYAN, Hugh labourer Mt Gambier, died 23/4/1904. He left his £40 estate to his wife, Eliza Ryan Application 26264

RYAN, Hugh labourer Mt Gambier, died 23/4/1904. His widow, Eliza Ryan, died 5/10/1910. Parents of only one child - Catherine Elizabeth THRNAM married woman Melbourne Vic. Estate worth £25 Memorial 19/464

RYAN, J of Westward Ho 1888 Memorial 101/392

No 1

RYAN, James butcher Adelaide (Rundle St) 1846[-1848] Memorial 397/7

RYAN, James butcher Adelaide died. His daughters - Mary FOX wife of John Fox police constable Pt Adelaide, Bridget Ryan spinster Macclesfield,and Kate BURLEY wife of William Burley miller The Meadows - inherited his estate as heirs at law 1868 Application 9078

No 2 - perhaps the same person

RYAN, James farmer Rhynie Hundred of Upper Wakefield land grant 1864 Grant Book 56 Page 78 County Stanley

RYAN, James farmer Rhynie 1865 Application 5954

RYAN, James of Lower Wakefield 1868 Memorial 102/239

RYAN, James farmer Wakefield and Catherine Ryan his wife 1869 Application 9711

No 3

RYAN, James labourer Mintaro 1874 Application 13797

RYAN, James contractor Mintaro 1876[-1882] Memorial 6/294

No 4 - perhaps the same family

RYAN, James farmer Bagot Gap near Kapunda 1868 Application 8971

RYAN, James farmer Fords near Kapunda 1881 Application 18685

RYAN, James farmer Fords 1895[-1912] Memorial 133/426

No 5

RYAN, James farmer St Johns near Kapunda 1870 Memorial 119/246

RYAN, James farmer St Johns near Kapunda Co Light. Hundred of Bundaleer land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 74 County Victoria

No 6

RYAN, James farmer Marylebone 1877 Application 15752

No 7

RYAN, James farmer Tarlee Co Light. Hundred of Whyte land grant 1878 Grant Book 60 Page 54 County Victoria

No 8

RYAN, James mail driver Navan 1880 Application 18364

No 9

RYAN, James farmer Hundred of Pinda 1881 Memorial 157/330

RYAN, James farmer Redbanks Hundred of Pinda land grant 1882 Grant Book 24 Page 591 County Frome

No 10

RYAN, James farmer Salt Creek Hundred of Dalrymple land grant 1881 Grant Book 19 Page 145 County Fergusson

No 11

RYAN, James farmer Hundred of Uroonda 1886 Memorial 137/376

RYAN, James farmer Uroonda trustee unnamed School Hundred of Eurilpa Hundred of Eurilpa land grant 1888 Grant Book 28 Page 60 County Granville

No 12

RYAN, James farmer Hundred of Wirreanda 1886 Memorial 129/379

No 13

RYAN, James government employee (Islington Works) 3d St, Bowden 1918 Application 26709

No 14

RYAN, James retired 2 Chapel St, Thebarton, aged 70 in 1939, declared he had lived in the street for 40 years Application 28230

RYAN, James Augustine out of business 2 Third St, Bowden, aged 79 in 1958, declared that he had lived in Bowden all his life Application 29296

RYAN, James B storekeeper's assistant to Patrick Joseph Ryan storekeeper Eurelia 1897 Memorial 142/430

RYAN, JA assistant storekeeper Morgan North-West Bend Murray River 1892 Memorial 43/415

RYAN, JE [perhaps James Edward] clerk to Messrs KINGSTON& HALL solicitors Adelaide 1886 Memorial 87/380

RYAN, James George labourer Coromandel Valley 1880 Application 18084

RYAN, James John service station proprietor Virginia, aged 52 years in 1963, declared that he had always lived in the area Application 29506

No 1

RYAN, James Joseph and Robert Joseph Ryan of Athelstone 1897 Memorial 198/432

RYAN, James Joseph market gardener Glynde Rd, Glynde 1937, declared that he had been born on 16/12/1870 and ived his whole life at Hectorville Application 28076

RYAN, Jeremiah farmer Hundred of Erskine 1885 Memorial 65/371

No 1

RYAN, John publican Clare 1848. He rented the premises on a 19 year lease from Dennis KENNY storekeeper Clare, including a half acre of the six acre paddock, for £12/10/- a year Memorial 259/13

RYAN, John farmer Upper Dry Creek 1849[-1851] Memorial 162/19

No 2- likely to be the same person

RYAN, John farmer Macclesfield 1851 Memorial 221/30

RYAN, John and Philip farmers Macclesfield 1865 Memorial 183/201

RYAN, John farmer Macclesfield 1878 Memorial 217/310

No 3 - likely to be the same person

RYAN, John farmer Para Plains 1852[-1854] Memorial 228/44

RYAN, John and Patrick Walsh farmers Para Plains 1863 Memorial 210/192

RYAN, John farmer formerly of portion (supposed to be 500 acres) of the Bishop's Farm near Salisbury 1865 Memorial 88/203

No 4 - likely to be a continuation of No 3

RYAN, John farmer near Kapunda 1866 Memorial 215/213

RYAN, John farmer St Johns near Kapunda 1868[-1870] Memorial 114/230

No 5

RYAN, John yeoman Adelaide 1854 Memorial 262/66

RYAN, John [formerly yeoman Adelaide but now] of Thebarton and Bridget Ryan his wife 1854. Mrs Ryan described as a widow of Thebarton in 1855 Memorials 170/79, 475/81

RYAN, John yeoman Adelaide, died c1856. Husband of Bridget Ryan Memorial 215/114

No 6

RYAN, John farmer Tothill Creek. Hundred of Waterloo land grant 1863 Grant Book 44 Page 397 County Light

RYAN, John and Thomas farmers Tothill Creek 1870[-1874] Memorial 203/248

RYAN, John farmer Tothill Creek 1875, son of the late Stephen Ryan farmer Tothill Creek, who died 28/11/1868 intestate. Links with Thomas Ryan farmer Tothill Creek Application 14414

No 7

RYAN, John licensed victualler Virginia 1876 Application 14880

RYAN, J licensed victualler Virginia 1877 Application 16173

No 8

RYAN, John farmer Tarlee Co Light. Hundred of Whyte land grant 1878 Grant Book 60 Page 53 County Victoria

No 9

RYAN, John shepherd Truro Co Eyre. Hundred of Crystal Brook land grant 1879 Grant Book 60 Page 229 County Victoria

RYAN, John the Elder farmer Crystal Brook. Hundred of Crystal Brook land grant 1879 Grant Book 60 Page 230 County Victoria

No 10

RYAN, John farmer Hundred of Erskine 1888 Memorial 193/389

No 11

RYAN, John farmer Black Rock 1892 Memorial 166/412

No 12 - perhaps the same person

RYAN, John and Patrick of Tantanoola 1890 Memorial 10/406

RYAN, John farmer Tantanoola. Hundred of Hindmarsh land grant 1891 Grant Book 30 Page 204 County Grey

RYAN, John farmer Hundred of Mingbool 1892 Memorial 115/414

No 13

RYAN, John gardener Hectorville 1897 Memorial 61/432

No 14

RYAN, John farmer Long Valley Strathalbyn 1907 Application 25360

RYAN, John Columbia Patrick chaff merchant Plympton 1914 Application 26316

RYAN, John Kennedy formerly manager Winbar Station near Louth NSW but then farmer Long Valley near Strathalbyn, died 29/11/1923. Brother to Michael and William Ryan and uncle to John Ryan (Son of Michael Ryan) Memorial 180/489

RYAN, John William and Patrick Joseph Ryan storekeepers Eurelia 1895 Memorial 68/426

RYAN, Julia nee YOUNG widow Adelaide (Queen St), died c1867. She left her entire estate to her four children - David Ryan, Roger Ryan, Margaret Ryan and Maryann Ryan - in equal shares absolutely. The testator's brother, David Young farmer near Kapunda, to be guardian of her children Memorial 54/224

RYAN, M undertaker’s assistant Kapunda 1882 Application 19237

RYAN, Mabel Agnes Veronica widow 28 Seventh St, Bowden, relict of Michael Ryan, died 17/11/1966 RAH Magill Wards Magill. She left her estate in equal shares to her three sons - Michael James Ryan, Leo Maurice Ryan and John Charles Ryan. MJ Ryan painter 18 Sunbeam Rd, Croydon Park declared that the Ryans had come to live in Bowden c1928 and shifted about a number of times in the suburb until 1943 when they came to 28 Seventh St Application 29668

RYAN, Margaret widow Telowie, died c1883. She willed her residual estate to Thomas LEAHY farmer Telowie. Executors: John Aloysius Leahy farmer Willowie and Lawrence O'LOUGHLIN farmer Telowie Memorial 195/407

No 1

RYAN, Martin labourer Watervale 1868 Memorial 188/242

No 2

RYAN, Martin farmer St Johns near Kapunda 1870 Memorial 73/247

No 3

RYAN, Martin of Narridy Co Victoria Hundred of Appila land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 505 County Frome

No 1

RYAN, Martin Michael butcher Telowie Pt Germein township allotment land grant 1879 Grant Book 24 Page 685 County Frome

RYAN, Martin Michael printer Adelaide Pt Germein township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 24 Page 689 County Frome

RYAN, Mary spinster near Kapunda linked with Timothy Ryan farmer near Kapunda 1865 Memorial 260/207

RYAN, Meryan labourer near Kapunda Co Light. Hundred of Yangya land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 89 County Victoria

No 1

RYAN, Michael yeoman Bugle Ranges 1854[-1860] Memorial 62/68

RYAN, Michael the Elder yeoman Blackwood [John Rankine's property] near Strathalbyn and his son, Michael Ryan the Younger farmer Section 2717 Hundred of Strathalbyn 1856 Memorial 41/113

RYAN, Michael the Elder and Younger farmers Blackwood near Strathalbyn 1861 Memorial 96/176

No 2

RYAN, Michael Roman Catholic priest Adelaide 1855 Memorial 158/100

RYAN, Michael priest and Vicar-General of the Roman Catholic Church Kapunda 1861 Memorial 32/178

RYAN, Michael priest and Vicar-General of the Roman Catholic Church Kapunda, died c1864. He left Section 4113 Hundred of Munno :Para in trust for the support of his two nephews, Michael Vincent Ryan farmer formerly of Sevenhill near Clare and Michael Joseph Ryan formerly of Sevenhill but now at All Hallows College, Dublin, Ireland Memorial 130/234

RYAN, Michael Vicar-General of the RC Church in SA died Kapunda c1864. He left land at St Johns near Kapunda to his brothers, Timothy, Patrick, Martin, and John, provided they pay their sister, Mary Ryan £20 a year for life. Section 4113 at Peachey Belt in trust for his nephews, Michael Vincent Ryan (23 on 26/8/1867) late of Sevenhill now of St John’s Kapunda and Michael Ryan (All Hallows College, Dublin, Ireland). He was also trustee for certain lands held in trust for the benefit of the RC Church Application 70712

No 3

RYAN, Michael farmer Long Gully near Auburn 1862 Application 2795

No 4

RYAN, Michael labourer Bowden 1864[-1880] Memorial 217/196

RYAN, Michael labourer Bowden 1880 Application 18025

RYAN, Michael married Mary ? on 17/8/1854, in Leighlin Bridge, Co Carlow, Ireland. The family emigrated to SA and went to live in Third St, Bowden in 1864. Michael Ryan labourer Bowden, died 14/5/1896 intestate 1905 Application 24930

No 5

RYAN, Michael and Simon farmers near Kapunda 1867 Memorial 92/218

No 6

RYAN, Michael storekeeper Rhynie 1868 Application 9451

RYAN, Michael storekeeper Rhynie 1872 Memorial 230/260

No 7 - perhaps a continuation of No 6

RYAN, Michael licensed victualler Clare 1875 Memorial 119/284

RYAN, Michael licensed victualler Clare Hotel Clare. He took out the lease of the Red Lion Hotel in Adelaide 1876 Memorials 53 & 54/297

No 8

RYAN, Michael contractor Gladstone Hundred of Gumbowie land grant 1882 Grant Book 40 Page 42 County Kimberley

No 9

RYAN, Michael farmer Hoyleton Hundred of Hall land grant 1895 Grant Book 56 Page 225 County Stanley

No 10

RYAN, Michael tramway employe Glen Osmond and Sarah Ryan spinster Glen Osmond 1914 Memorial 34/471

RYAN, Michael Burnett farmer Hammond 1893[- 1895] Memorial 89/417

RYAN, Michael Edward farmer Parilla. Hundred of Bews land grant 1927 Grant Book 12 Page 12 County Chandos

No 1

RYAN, Michael Joseph formerly of Sevenhill but now of All Hallow's College, Dublin, Ireland 1868 Memorial 130/234

RYAN, Michael Joseph at present residing at All Hallow's College near Dublin, Ireland 1869 Memorial 111/240

RYAN, Michael Joseph RC priest Pt Adelaide 1877 Memorial 91/303

RYAN, Michael Thomas labourer Burra North (formerly called Aberdeen) 1943 Memorial 69/517

RYAN, Michael Vincent farmer formerly of Sevenhill near Clare 1868 Memorial 130/234

RYAN, Morgan farmer Gulnare Plains and Annie Ryan his wife 1875 Memorial 103/284

No 1

RYAN, Patrick farmer Noarlunga 1853 Memorial 327/50

No 2 - probably the same person

RYAN, Patrick farmer Kapunda 1856[-1862] Memorial 111/156

RYAN, Patrick farmer St Johns near Kapunda 1865 Memorial 6/208

RYAN, Patrick farmer St Johns near Kapunda came from Ireland. He married Nov 1840 Quam, Co Galway, Ireland, to Sarah DONOUGHOE. Four children of the marriage - Eldest son Michael Vincent Ryan of St Johns, born 26/8/1844 Aaretuam, Co Galway. Patrick Ryan died 16/1/1866 St Johns intestate. MV Ryan inherited the estate as heir at law. Patrick Ryan’s brothers - John, Martin and Timothy Ryan all farmers St Johns near Kapunda Application 7199

No 3

RYAN, Patrick died 20/3/1862, leavinig 320 shares in the Moonta Mines. He had already disposed of 80 shares since making his will. Half the income of the remainder to his widow, Alicia Ryan, in trust for life; the remainder to be placed in trust for the equal benefit of his children, Mary Ann Ryan, Honora Ryan, Thomas Ryan and Margaret Ryan. Mary Ann Ryan spinster Sevenhill, about to marry Lambert BUTLER medical doctor Adelaide 1868. Through the Ryan/Butler marriage, Mary Ann Ryan’s share of her father's estate, together with certain other money, to go into trust for herself for life, then to her children in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant 5/9/1868 Deposit 153/1868

No 4

RYAN, Patrick labourer near Rhynie Co Stanley. Hundred of Narridy land grant 1877 Grant Book 60 Page 253 County Victoria

No 5

RYAN, Patrick farmer near Millicent 1886 Memorial 135/374

RYAN, Patrick farmer Tantanoola 1890 Memorial 10/406

RYAN, Patrick Fitzgibbon and Alexander MCDONALD aerated water manufacturers Adelaide (Currie St) 1884 Memorial 74/359

No 1

RYAN, Patrick John clerk in HM Customs Adelaide 1869 Memorial 94/237

RYAN, Patrick John Columban clerk Adelaide, died 6/12/1876 Memorial 95/297

No 1

RYAN, Patrick Joseph of Eurelia 1886 Memorial 48/379

RYAN, Patrick Joseph storekeeper Eurelia 1888[-1900] Memorial 164/392

RYAN, Patrick Joseph draper and storekeeper formerly of Eurelia and Hammond but now of Kookynie WA 1904 Memorial 36/451

No 2

RYAN, Patrick Joseph labourer Mellor Rd, Glanville. Pt Adelaide Workingmen's Association trustee 1929 Memorial 147/502

RYAN, Patrick Walsh farmer Para Plains 1863 Memorial 210/192

No 1

RYAN, Peter yeoman Mt Barker and Mary Ryan his wife 1860 Memorial 205/170

RYAN, Peter gentleman Adelaide. He owned land in Mt Barker. Husband of Mary Ryan [nee HUGHES] 1862 Memorial 205 Book 170

RYAN, Peter gentleman Adelaide, had died by 1874. Mrs Ryan still lived in Adelaide 1877 Application 16124

No 2

RYAN, Peter labourer Macclesfield 1867 Application 8937

No 1

RYAN, Philip farmer Glen Osmond 1851 Memorial 33/35

RYAN, Philip labourer Magill 1863 Memorial 25/190

No 2

RYAN, Philip farmer Mt Gambier Hundred of Gambier land grant 1858 Grant Book 30 Page 99 County Grey

No 3

RYAN, Philip boundary rider Tatiara Hundred of Hindmarsh land grant 1888 Grant Book 30 Page 203 County Grey

No 4

RYAN, Philip farmer Tantanoola Hundred of Hindmarsh land grant 1895 Grant Book 30 Page 205 County Grey

No 1

RYAN, Robert teamster SA [probably Hundred of Upper Wakefield] 1850 Memorial 192/257

RYAN, Robert gentleman Adelaide 1872 Memorial 71/258

RYAN, Rody farmer Millicent Hundred of Mayurra land grant 1880 Grant Book 31 Page 227 County Grey

RYAN, Samuel the Younger of Hoyleton 1878[-1880] Memorial 179/312

RYAN, Simon blacksmith Kapunda 1859 Memorial 184/160

No 1

RYAN, Stephen farmer formerly of Grenfell St, Adelaide 1853 Memorial 313/65 but now of Waterloo Plains 1854 Memorial 312/65

RYAN, Stephen farmer Hundred of Waterloo 1854[-1865] Memorial 83/68

No 1

RYAN, Thomas labourer Thebarton 1850 Memorial 153/21

No 2

RYAN, Thomas farmer Kapunda 1855 Memorial 31/85

No 3 - perhaps a mixture of the Elder and the Younger

RYAN, Thomas farmer Munno Para East 1855[-1856] Hundred of Saddleworth land grant Memorial 102/95

RYAN, Thomas farmer Gilbert River Hundred of Saddleworth land grant 1859 Grant Book 44 Page 342 County Light

RYAN, Thomas the Elder farmer Gilbert River 1861 Application 2275

RYAN, Thomas farmer Navan 1875[-1880] Memorial 150/282

RYAN, Thomas farmer Navan 1880 Application 18364

RYAN, Thomas farmer Uroonda 1885 Memorial 58/368

No 4

RYAN, Thomas the Younger labourer Freeman St, North Carlton Vic, power of attorney to Judah Moss SOLOMON auctioneer Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 15/1/1872 Deposit 34/1874

No 5

RYAN, Thomas labourer Millicent Hundred of Hindmarsh land grant 1880 Grant Book 30 Page 199 County Grey

RYAN, Thomas Cashman storekeeper Langhorne Creek 1930 Application 27800

No 1

RYAN, Thomas Joseph of Adelaide, died c1888. Uncle to Thomas George STEVENS gentleman Terenure Dublin, Ireland, who turned 21 on 2/7/1889 Memorial 2/399

RYAN, Thomas Joseph formerly of Adelaide, died Liverpool, Lancs, England, 26/10/1875, a bachelor, leaving a share of his SA real estate to his nephew, Thomas George Stevens gentleman Dublin, Co Dublin, Ireland, who also had land in SA which his grandmother, Elicia Ryan, had settled on him in 1868. TG Stevens turned 21 on 2/7/1889 - power of attorney to Thomas HARVEY agent Adelaide, the person administering the estate, to settle the entitlement due to him from his uncle 3/7/1889 Deposit 111/1889

RYAN, Vincent Charles land and estate agent East Adelaide 1918[-1933] Memorial 89/477, Application 28788

No 1

RYAN, William stonemason Glenelg 1853 Memorial 284/47

No 2

RYAN, William farmer Hundred of Erskine 1885 Memorial 225/372

RYAN, William Garrett out of business Cross Roads, Plympton, James Edward Ryan out of business Plympton, Alice Ryan spinster Plympton, Elizabeth Ryan spinster Plympton and Catherine WELLS married woman Plympton 1930. Probably the family of the late Patrick John Columban Ryan clerk Adelaide (died 6/12/1876 and Elizabeth Ryan his wife (died 30/5/1928) Memorials 132 & 133/503

No 1

RYAN, William John police constable Lameroo. Lamerooo (Hundred of Bews) township allotment land grant 1908[-1911] Grant Book 12 Page 37 County Chandos

RYAN, William John agent Lameroo. Lamerooo (Hundred of Bews) township allotment land grant 1934 Grant Book 12 Page 38 County Chandos

RYAN, Wolryche Whitmore Esquire Adelaide 1851 Memorial 400/31 Esquire Unley 1853 Memorial 428/49

RYBERG, Nils fisherman American River Kangaroo Island. Hundred of Haines land grant 1910 Grant Book 11 Page 122 County Carnarvon

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RYDE, Gabriel miller Hindmarsh 1843 Memorial 449/3

RYDE, Gabriel miller Adelaide 1846 Memorial 468/6

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RYDE, George farmer Crafers father of Elizabeth Ryde an infant 1867 Memorial 88/226

RYDE, George formerly labourer Adelaide but now out of business Parkside 1893, and Alicia Ryde his wife who died 18/9/1893 intestate. Memorials 103 & 104/422

RYDE, George out of business Parkside 1894 Memorial 159/421

RYDE, George out of business formerly of Parkside but now of Crafers 1894 Memorial 110/422

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RYDER, John farmer Nairne 1885 Application 20525

RYDER, John farmer Nairne 1886[-1890] Memorial 240/376

RYDER, John sheep farmer Nairne 1905, declared that he had lived in the area since c1850 Application 24920

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RYDER, John Francis grazier Kingston S-E 1901[-1924] Memorial 4/443

RYDER, John Francis grazier Hundred of Bowaka 1908[-1919] Memorial 145/458

RYDER, John Francis grazier Ashmore Reedy Creek S-E 1919[-1928] Memorial 121/479

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RYDER, Joseph schoolmaster Adelaide 1850 Memorial 131/27

RYDER, Joseph schoolmaster Nairne 1859 Memorial 277/152

RYDER, Joseph formerly gentleman and Loyal Flinders Oddfellows Lodge trustee Nairne 1855 now schoolmaster Virginia 1870 Application 11142

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RYDER, Joseph of Lewiston Pt Gawler 1872 Memorial 83/263

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RYDER, Robert yeoman Tam O'Shanter Belt 1853 Memorial 451/54

RYDER, Robert labourer Cheltenham 1855 Memorial 448/91

RYDER, Robert yeoman Cheltenham 1857 Memorial 313/121

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RYDER, Thomas Stephen the Elder grazier Mt Gambier, died 7/7/1937. Husband of Edith Mary Ryder. Brother to Annie Bridget Ryder spinster 34 Ormonde Grove, Toorak Gardens. Other members of the family included - Thomas Stephen Ryder grazier Mt Gambier, Francis John Ryder grazier Mt Gambier, John Burnard Ryder of Tusmore Ave, Tusmore and Mary Magdalene Ryder of Tusmore Ave, Tusmore. Bequests to the Roman Catholic parishes of Mt Barker, Narracoorte, Kingston S-E and Robe Memorial 109/512

RYDER, Thomas Stephen formerly the Younger grazier Mt Gambier 1939 Application 28151

RYDER, William Francis farmer and grazier Nairne. Hundred of Kuitpo land grant 1915 Grant Book 2 Page 104 County Adelaide

RYLAND, Emily Florence spinster Naracoorte Hundred of Hynam land grant 1877 Grant Book 29 Page 165 County MacDonnell

RYLAND, Frederick farmer Mosquito Creek Hundred of Hynam land grant 1874 Grant Book 29 Page 162 County MacDonnell

RYLAND, James Herman farmer Morambro Hundred of Hynam land grant 1874 Grant Book 29 Page 162 County MacDonnell

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RYLAND, Mortimer farmer Mosquito Creek Hundred of Hynam land grant 1874 Grant Book 29 Page 162 County MacDonnell

RYLAND, Mortimer farmer Morambro Hundred of Lochaber land grant 1882 Grant Book 29 Page 253 County MacDonnell

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RYLES, Aaron yeoman Stepney 1853 Memorial 498/49

RYLES, Aaron brickmaker Stepney 1854 Memorial 357/68

RYLES, Aaron brickmaker Yankalilla 1859 Memorial 43/153

RYLES, Aaron farmer Normanville 1867 Application 8335

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RYLES, Ephraim brickmaker Norwood 1851[-1853] Memorial 274/36

RYLES, Ephraim farmer Sheaoak Log 1853[-1856] Memorial 479/54

RYLES, Ephraim farmer Sheaoak Log. Sheaoak Log Public School trustee 1856 Memorial 287/110

RYLES, Ephraim farmer Sheaoak Log, declared a bankrupt in 1858 Memorial 120/145

RYLES, Ephraim farmer Sheaoak Log 1859 Memorial 260/150

RYLES, Ephraim farmer Sheaoak Log 1862 Application 3436

RYLES, Ephraim the Elder carter Bowden and Catherine Ryles his wife . Ephraim Ryles the Younger mentioned but not described 1879 Memorial 24/313

RYLES, Ephraim the Younger publican Adelaide (Gilbert St) 1877 Memorial 189/304

RYLES, Ephraim carter Bowden and Catherine Ryles his wife 1879 Application 22601

RYLES, Ephraim the Younger farmer Willenabrina 1893 Memorial 52/417

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RYLES, Ephraim foreman packer 32 Hanson Road, Wingfield and Doris Margaret Ryles his wife 1957 Memorial 139/531

RYLES, William of Mt Ogilvir 1890 Memorial 5/405

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RYLEY, John Venables Ball gentleman Adelaide (Grenfell St) 1850 Memorial 82/21

RYLEY, John Venables Ball draper Adelaide (Rundle St) 1850[-1857] Memorial 147/27

RYLEY, John Venables Ball and William MOORE drapers Adelaide 1858 Memorial 132/137

RYLEY, Michael farmer Mt Gambier 1887 Application 21299

RYLEY, Patrick farmer Section 45 Hundred of Waterloo 1859 Memorial 336/157

RYMER-JONES, Mary Ann Ernestine widow 289 High Road, Lee, Kent, England, declared: She was born 6/9/1842, the daughter of the late Christopher Brown RODWELL Esquire Kensington clergyman. She married 29/7/1871 Horsted Keynes parish church, Sussex, England, Alexander Manson Rymer-Jones civil engineer. 6 sons of the marriage. Eldest son, Thomas Ernest Manson Rymer-Jones cable laying assistant born 13/5/1872, died 23/1/1896 Lee at his mother’s home, of typhoid fever 19 days, pleurisy and pneumonia 1 day, aged 23. The second son, Cecil Henry Rymer-Jones, born 12/12/1873 Venezuela, was still alive. Mary Ann Rymer-Jones 12 Belmont Park, Lee, Kent, died 8/12/1914, of cerebral haemorrhage 6 hours, broncho-pneumonia 6 days, aged 72 Deposits 52 & 53/1925

RYMILL, Arthur Campbell solicitor, Adelaide (26 Pirie St) 1954 Application 29035

RYMILL, Arthur Thomas financier Adelaide and Agnes Lucy Rymill his wife 1921 Application 26998

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RYMILL, Ernest S clerk Adelaide 1903[-1917] Memorial 165/449

RYMILL, Ernest Seymour clerk Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of Cassini land grant 1910 Grant Book 11 Page 100 County Carnarvon

RYMILL, Frank gentleman Springfield Mitcham, died c1915. Husband of Annie Rymill. Father of Sidney Rymill mercantile clerk Adelaide. Harry Esmond Rymill gentleman Adelaide mentioned Memorial 42/483

RYMILL, Harry E clerk to HF Rymill of Adelaide 1889 Memorial 28/396

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RYMILL, Henry director Adelaide Milling Co Ltd 1890 Memorial 66/401

RYMILL, Henry financial agent Adelaide 1896 Application 23105

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RYMILL, Henry Way production manager Elderslie Ave, Fitzroy 1943 Memorial 43/517

RYMILL, Henry Way company executive Elderslie Ave, Fitzroy 1954 Application 29035

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RYMILL, Herbert Lockett of The Grange and Shylie Katherine Rymill his wife 1916 Memorial 153/474

RYMILL, Herbert Lockett gentleman The Grange and Shylie Katherine Rymill his wife 1916 Application 28753

RYMILL, Herbert Lockett grazier Karinga via Kingscote Kangaroo Island 1948 Memorial 32/527

RYMILL, Robert sheep farmer Adelaide 1900 Memorial 210/451

RYNDLES, John farmer Appila Hundred of Booleroo land grant 1882 Grant Book 24 Page 625 County Frome

RYNNE, Patrick farm labourer Pekina. Hundred of Pekina land grant 1927 Grant Book 13 Page 176 County Dalhousie

RZESZKOWSKI, Casimir farmer Belalie. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 122 County Victoria

RZESZKOWSKI, Ignatz A farmer Belalie, had died by 1899 intestate. Letters of administration to Susan Rzeskowski widow Belalie to settle the estate Grant Book 60 Page 425 County Victoria