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The following information was extracted basically 'as is' from Reg's unpublished computer working files as at c2014.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

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Ma* - Maz*

McA* - McW*

Me* - Mom*

Mon* - My*

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Rob* - Rz*

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Ta* to Thr*

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Weg* - Will*

Wilm*- Wy*

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

Names Beginning 'Sa*' to 'Sc*'

SAAF, Theodor of Gawler Place, Adelaide 1853 Memorial 163/51

No 1

SABBEN, Charles Vivian farmer Riverton 1885 Memorial 73/369

SABBEN, Charles Vivian butcher Waukaringa Waukaringa township (Out of Hundreds) allotment land grant 1889 Grant Book 45 Page 2 County Lytton

SABBEN, William F of Kapunda 1877 Memorial 223/298

No 1

SABBEN, William Thompson in Adelaide by 1849 Memorial 18/19

SABBEN, William Thompson gentleman 2 Clarke Buildings, Adelaide 1850. Already in Adelaide by 1849 Memorial 421/19

SABBEN, William T solicitor Adelaide 1851 Memorial 39/34

SABBEN, William Thompson gentleman Adelaide 1853[-1858] Memorial 436/49

SABER, Louis formerly of Sydney NSW but now of Adelaide 1894 Memorial 231/422

No 1

SABEY, John farmer Macclesfield 1854[-1886] Memorial 292/63, Application 20672

SABEY, John the Elder farmer Strathalbyn Hundred of Macclesfield land grant 1858 Grant Book 36 Page 358 County Hindmarsh

SABEY, R storekeeper East Wellington 1886 Memorial 9/380

SABINE, Andrew G clerk to ELDER, SMITH & Co Ltd Adelaide 1890 Memorial 8/402

No 1

SABINE, CEE articled clerk Adelaide 1880[-1881] Memorial 151/326

SABINE, CEE clerk to Messrs SYMON, BAKEWELL & SYMON solicitors Adelaide 1882 Memorial 235/343

SABINE, CEE solicitor Adelaide (Selborne Chambers, Pirie St) 1887 Application 21143

No 1

SABINE, Charles gentleman Oswestry, Salop, England, purchased land in Survey E from fellow townsman John MINSHALL ironmonger Oswestry, Salop, England 1854 Memorial 284/83

SABINE, Charles the Elder solicitor Oswestry, Salop, England, died 3/6/1859. His offices in Salop Road, Oswestry, together with the garden, stable and other appurtenances … together with his office furniture, law books and books of account, office papers and all monies due to me on office accounts’ to his son and partner, Charles Edwyn Sabine, provided he paid off his father’s debt with interest to Mrs Ursual BIBBY. The rest of the estate in trust to his son, CE Sabine, and son-in-law, Edward Wilmshurst TAIT, to administer for the benefit of the testator's wife in trust for life, then to his children in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant. Estate worth £1,500 Deposit 291/1860

No 1

SABINE, Clement merchant Pt Adelaide 1855 Memorial 234/89

SABINE, Clement shipping agent Pt Adelaide 1856 Linked with Mary Isham GARRAN nee Sabine (wife of Andrew Garran gentleman Sydney NSW) and Adelaide Isham Sabine widow East Payneham Memorial 158/113

SABINE, Clement commission agent East Payneham 1859 Memorial 2/153

SABINE, Clement agent Adelaide 1862 Memorial 296/184

SABINE, Clement sheep station manager South Glenelg 1877 Application 15847

SABINE, Clement grazier Glenelg linked with Adelaide Isham Sabine widow Glenelg 1881[-1889] Memorial 95/331

SABINE, Clement grazier Glenelg 1884 Application 20049

SABINE, Clement gentleman Glenelg Sheringa (Hundred of Way) township allotment land grant 1884 Grant Book 48 Page 102 County Musgrave

SABINE, Clement accountant Adelaide 1891 Application 22155

SABINE, Clement sheepfarmer Glenelg 1896 Memorial 208/428

SABINE, Clement estate agent Adelaide 1898 Memorial 227/433

SABINE, Edgar of Adelaide liquidator for the firm of Davies Bacon Co Ltd formerly of Dawesley but now of 22 Grenfell St, Adelaide 1927 Memorial 62/498

No 1

SABINE, Eustace Powhattan gentleman Adelaide 1875 Memorial 36/287

SABINE, Eustace Powhattan accountant North Adelaide 1876 Memorial 104/320

SABINE, Eustace Powhattan and William Henry CHARNOCK of Grenfell St Adelaide carrying on business under the style or firm of Joseph Stilling & Co, became bankrupts in 1886 Memorial 47/388

No 1

SABINE, H Walde clerk to JH FISHER solicitor Adelaide 1853[-1854] Memorial 34/60

SABINE, Henry Walde formerly of Adelaide, but now storekeeper Encounter Bay 1855 Enrolment 25/80

SABINE, Henry Walde gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now of Encounter Bay 1855 Memorial 486/83 Linked with Charles Sabine gentleman Oswestry, Salop, England 1856 Memorial 149/97

No 1

SABINE, John Esquire Fourth Creek 1853 Memorial 336/50

SABINE, John farmer Felixtow 1855 Memorial 241/92

SABINE, John Esquire formerly of Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England then of Realand near Bristol, England, late of Felixstow, died c 1855 Memorial 133/101

SABINE, John Esquire, formerly of Bury St Edmonds, Suffolk, then of Redland near Bristol, late of Felixtow, Payneham, died 20/5/1856. He left his personal estate to his wife, Adelaide Isham Sabine absolutely. 100 shares in the London Asssurance Company to go to his two daughters, Mary Isham wife of Andrew GARRAN, and Edith Brewer Sabine, as tenants in common. The respective committees to decide about two chapels in England, in which he held an interest - at Higham and Whepsted - vested in the Suffolf Congregational Association. The rest of his real estate to go into trust for his wife, for life, then to his children equally absolutely in remainder expectant. His executors were his wife, his brother-in-law, the Rev’d TQ Stow, his daughter Edith and William BAKEWELL now on a voyage to England at the time the will was made in 1855. The Garrans, living in Sydney, refused the trusteeship in favour of Clement Sabine Enrolment 67/29

SABINE, Adelaide Isham widow East Payneham, power of attorney to Clement SABINE gentleman, to manage her SA business affairs 18/1/1860 Deposit 24/1861

SABINE, Adelaide Isham widow Kensington 1863 Memorial 5/190

No 1

SABINE, John Randolph merchant Pt Adelaide 1853 Memorial 70/62

SABINE, John Randolph and Clement merchants Pt Adelaide and John Sabine Esquire Felixstow1855 Memorial 234/89

No 1

SABINE, TF clerk Watervale 1865 Memorial 228/202

SABINE, TF clerk Clare 1868 Memorial 167/229

SABINE, Thomas Frederick agent Clare 1872 Memorial 140/261

SABINE, Thomas Frederick storekeeper Laura. Hundred of Booyoolie land grant 1878 Grant Book 60 Page 155 County Victoria

SABINE, Thomas Frederick brewer Laura 1878 Memorial 28/311

SABINE, Thomas Frederick brewer Laura. Trustee Institute Laura Laura (Hundred of Booyoolie) township allotment land grant 1879 Grant Book 60 Page 456 County Victoria

SABINE, Thomas Frederick agent Adelaide, in business as a brewer at Laura, with Fanny Eliza FILGATE, Arthur Edwin GLIDDON and James SPIER, about to leave the province for a time, power of attorney to John William GLEESON auctioneer Clare, to manage his SA business affairs 29/10/1880 Deposit 3/1881

SABINE, Thomas Frederick brewer Adelaide Hundred of Appila land grant 1882 Grant Book 24 Page 509 County Frome

SABINE, Thomas Frederick of Laura involved in sale of licences for mineral searches 1889 Memorial 132/399

SABISTON, Mary Ann widow of near the Light River 1872 relict of the late Peter Sabiston stockholder Anlaby 1857. She could not write Application 12015

No 1

SABSCH, John farmer Adelaide 1854 Memorial 310/62

SABSCH, John contractor Pt Adelaide 1855 Memorial 429/82

SABSCH, John licensed water carrier North Adelaide 1861 Application 2053.

SABSCH, John carter North Adelaide 1866 Memorial 209/215

SABSCH, John gardener Unley Park and Anna Sabsch his wife 1867[-1868] Memorial 225/223

SABSCH, John carter formerly of North Adelaide 1866 but now of Unley Park 1870 Application 10691

SABSCH, John gardener Unley Park, died May 1901 Application 24263

SABUIL, Clement estate agent Adelaide 1901 Memorial 220/442

SACH, Charles Edward out of business Geelong Vic and Elizabeth Sach his wife formerly Elizabeth CAMPBELL widow Kingston S-E 1889 Memorial 137/396

SACH, Ernest Alfred ironmonger Pt Augusta 1888 Memorial 152/393

No 1

SACH, Frederick iromonger Adelaide 1851[-1870] Memorial 387/33 Linked with Septimus Decimus Sach storekeeper Pt Elliot 1854 Memorial 319/74

SACH, Frederick ironmonger Adelaide 1870 Application 10891

SACH, Frederick ironmonger Kent Town, died 19/10/1873 of phthisis, aged 47. Related to Septimus Decimus Sach ironmonger Adelaide 1875 Application 14490

SACH, Henry James farmer Athelstone linked with Septimus Decimus Sach ironmonger Adelaide 1876[-1879] Memorial 33/288

No 1

SACH, Septimus gentleman Pt Elliot 1853 Memorial 388/60

SACH, Septimus ironmonger Pt Elliot 1857[-1858] Memorial 46/123

SACH, Septimus Decimus ironmonger Adelaide 1869 Application 10309

SACH, Septimus Decimus ironmonger formerly of Pt Elliot 1857 but now of Adelaide 1875 Application 14490

SACH, Septimus Decimus ironmonger Adelaide 1876[-1877] Memorial 152/294

SACH, Septimus Decimus ironmonger Adelaide (Rundle St) 1881 Memorial 82/332

SACH, Septimus gentleman Adelaide, and Emma Sach his wife 1881 Application 18903

SACH, Septimus Decimus of College Park father of Willie Heard Sach of College Park and father-in-law of Walter CORNISH of East Adelaide 1884 Memorial 57/358

SACH, Septimus Decimus of Harrow Rd, College Park, husband of Emma Sach and father of Frank Ivens Sach, Williae Heard Sach, Ernest Alfred Sach, Frederick Charles Sach and Annie Jane CORNISH wife of Walter Cornish of East Adelaide 1886 Memorial 30/393

SACHS, Gottlieb labourer Hundred of Bright. Hundred of Bright land grant 1885 Grant Book 9 Page 48 County Burra

SACHS, Johann August farmer Hundred of Bright. Hundred of Bundey land grant 1885 Grant Book 9 Page 67 County Burra

SACHS, Johann Carl August farmer Lameroo. Hundred of Bews land grant 1911 Grant Book 12 No Page 8 County Chandos

No 1

SACHSE, Gottfried farmer Clinton 1889 Memorial 199/396

SACHSE, Gottfried farmer Tiparra 1889[-1901] Memorial 189/397

SACHSE, Gottfried farmer Tiparra. Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1903 Grant Book 14 Page 426 County Daly

No 1

SACHSE, Johann farmer The Moppa near Kapunda 1865 Memorial 224/206

SACHSE, Johann farmer Hundred of Belvidere 1867 Memorial 124/220

No 1

SACHSE, Johann Carl August farmer Kainton. Hundred of Clinton land grant 1867 Grant Book 14 Page 138 County Daly

SACHSE, Johann Carl August farmer Kainton 1897[-1900] Memorial 40/431

No 1 - possibly the same person

SACK, Daniel Charles publican Third St, Bowden 1882 Memorial 238/338

SACK, Charles Daniel butcher Bowden and Louisa Sack his wife 1886 Memorial 100/381

SACK, Frederick and John ATKINSON clothiers Adelaide (Rundle St) 1881[-1883] Memorial 16/334

No 1

SADGROVE, John Henry grocer Bowden 1845 Application 6704

SADGROVE, John Henry of Bowden, died c1846, left his estate in trust to his wife, Susannah Sadgrove, for life, then to his children in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant once they reached the age of 21. Father of Susannah Sara, Amelia and William Henry Sadgrove. Memorial 14/24

SADGROVE, John Henry storekeeper Bowden died c1846 intestate. His wife, Susannah Sadgrove, died 25/8/1871, following a life interest in trust in his estate. Their family consisted of William Henry Sadgrove cooper Glanville (in the Northern Territory in the mid-1870s), Susannah Sarah LOVEDAY widow Salisbury (widow of Richard John Loveday farmer Dublin) and Amelia Louise BRYANT widow Bondi Redfern NSW 1886 Application 20884

SADGROVE, Sarah widow grocer Fifth St Bowden 1867. She said that she had lived in the same residence at Bowden for 27 years. Application 8444

SADGROVE, Susannah storekeeper Bowden 1848 Memorial 343/10 Widow Bowden 1850[-1854] Memorial 13/24

SADING, John contractor Robe Beachport (Hundred of Rivoli Bay) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 31 Page 288 County Grey

No 1

SADLER, Edmund farmer Echunga 1858 Memorial 332/135

SADLER, Edmund labourer Echunga 1865 Memorial 241/206

No 1

SADLER, George labourer near Strathalbyn 1912[-1914] Memorial 201/466

SADLER, George and Herbert James farmers Belvidere Hundred of Bremer 1931 Memorial 147/504

No 1

SADLER, Herbert James and Thomas farmers Belvidere Hundred of Bremer 1914[-1931] Memorial 181/471

SADLER, Herbert James farmer formerly of Belvidere Hundred of Bremer but now of Meadows 1941 Memorial 190/515

SADLER, James Augustus grocer Adelaide 1857 Memorial 68/120

SADLER, Nathan mattress maker Adelaide (pt TA 275 Flinders St) 1881 Memorial 153/335

No 1

SADLER, Richard William mason Adelaide purchased the northern moiety of Section 55 Survey B 1839 Application 11960

SADLER, Richard stonemason St Marys 1852 Memorial 32/46

SADLER, Richard stonemason Adelaide 1853 Memorial 271/58

SADLER, Richard postmaster Edwardstown 1868 Memorial 244/229

SADLER, Harriet widow Edwardstown 1872, letters of administration for the estate of the late Richard William Sadler Application 11960

SADLER, Thomas Augustus grocer Adelaide 1857 Memorial 68/120

No 1

SAEGENSCHNITTER, Gottlieb farmer Light Pass 1854 Memorial 244/78

SAEGENSCHNITTER, Gottlieb gold digger near Angaston 1856 Memorial 63/98

No 1

SAGAR, James Alfred grocer Aldinga 1880 Memorial 33/324

SAGAR, James Alfred storekeeper's assistant Aldinga and Elizabeth Grace Sagar his wife 1885. Mrs Sagar was still at Aldinga in 1887 after her husband had died. Emily Sagar spinster Aldinga mentioned [possibly daughter of JA Sagar] Memorials 195 & 226/385

No 1

SAGAR, John Temple fellmonger Thebarton 1859 Memorial 205/148

SAGAR, John Temple woolstapler Thebarton 1863 Memorial 259/188

SAGAR, John Temple tanner Thebarton 1864 Memorial 24/194

SAGAR, John Temple fellmonger Thebarton, became a bankrupt in 1869 Memorial 93/241

SAGE, Emanuel Merivale farmer Pt Lincoln 1903 Memorial 220/449

No 1

SAGE, Thomas Radford builder Angaston 1882 Application 19317

SAGE, Thomas Radford fruitgrower Angaston 1887 Memorial 147/384

SAGE, Thomas Radford fruitgrower Angas Park 1894 Application 22807

SAGER, Daniel farmer Myponga 1855[-1856] Memorial 240/92

SAGER, James station manager Nalang 1881 Memorial 159/331

SAGER, Lorenz Nelson carpenter Robe, died 5/1/1907. Husband of Elizabeth Sager, who died 2/11/1912 Robe Memorials 200/456, 5/491

No 1 - perhaps the same person

SAINSBURY, George of Gresham St, Adelaide 1870 Memorial 71/252

SAINSBURY, George restaurant keeper North Parade, Pt Adelaide 1883 Memorial 74/349

SAINSBURY, William carpenter Unley 1849[-1855] Memorial 223/16

SAINT, Alfred farmer Balaklava Hundred of Balaklava land grant 1882[-1886] Grant Book 26 Page 114 County Gawler

SAINT, Edward farmer Balaklava Co Gawler. Hundred of Crystal Brook land grant 1879 Grant Book 60 Page 227 County Victoria

No 1 - perhaps the same person

SAINT, Edwin inspector of railways Adelaide 1881 Memorial 229/331

SAINT, Edwin carrier Adelaide 1882 Application 19245

SAINT, Edwin carrier Adelaide 1883 Memorial 10/353

SAINT, Edwin sharebroker North Adelaide (Jeffcott St), died c 1897. Husband of Sophia Louisa Saint Memorial 207/433

No 1

SAINT, Elizabeth widow Kapunda 1880 Memorial 244/325

SAINT, Elizabeth widow Kapunda 1880 Application 18171

No 1 - probably the same person

SAINT, Frederick farmer Peachey Belt 1855 Memorial 465/86

SAINT, Frederick licensed victualler Peachey Belt Hundred of Light land grant 1857 Grant Book 44 Page 194 County Light

SAINT, Frederick farmer Dry Creek 1858 Memorial 71/132

SAINT, Frederick innkeeper Virginia Hundred of Balaklava land grant 1863 Grant Book 26 Page 149 County Gawler

SAINT, Frederick licensed victualler Virginia 1863[-1871] Memorial 13/190

SAINT, Frederick farmer Virginia 1868 Application 9060

SAINT, Frederick formerly licensed victualler 1863 but now farmer Virginia 1874 Application 13411

SAINT, Frederick licensed victualler Virginia, died c1886. He left his entire estate to his wife, Mary Whitelaw Saint of Virginia Memorial 138/374

SAINT, Frederick of Virginia, died 19/12/1885. Husband of Mary Whitelaw Saint. No SA record of her death or remarriage - believed to have gone overseas 'many years ago' 1962 Application 29506

No 1

SAINT, Henry of Saints Station [possibly in the Hundred of Cameron Co Daly] 1889 Memorial 93/398

SAINT, Henry farmer Lochiel trustee Institute Lochiel 1889 Grant Book 14 Page 448 County Daly

No 1 - the Elder

SAINT, John yeoman Hindmarsh 1840 Memorial 112/233

Farmer Little Para 1851 Memorial 144/233

SAINT, John carpenter Bowden 1844 Memorial 135/4

SAINT, John the Elder carpenter Dry Creek 1847 Memorial 13/8 SAINT, John the Elder farmer Dry Creek 1850[-1853]. His land probably part of the leasehold Montague Farms Memorial 11/25 SAINT, John the Elder farmer Dry Creek Hundred of Munno Para land grant 1853 Memorial 194/53

No 1 - the Younger

SAINT, John the Younger yeoman Bowden 1844 Memorial 247/4 SAINT, John the Younger yeoman Dry Creek 1849 Memorial 400/13 SAINT, John the Younger farmer Dry Creek 1853[-1856] Memorial 196/53

SAINT, John and William farmers Dry Creek 1854 Memorial 428/74

SAINT, John and Thomas farmers Dry Creek 1858 Memorial 335/132

SAINT, John farmer Dry Creek 1867 Application 8061

SAINT, John and Thomas farmers Balaklava. trustees Public Cemetery Balaklava Hundred of Balaklava land grant 1871 Grant Book 26 Page 113 County Gawler

SAINT, John farmer Balaklava Co Gawler. Hundred of Crystal Brook land grant 1879 Grant Book 60 Page 226 County Victoria

SAINT, John farmer Saints Station. Hundred of Balaklava land grant 1889 Grant Book 26 Page 115 County Gawler

SAINT, John farmer Balaklava, died 14/4/1892. Husband of his second wife, Ann Saint. Father of Elizabeth RIDGWAY his daughter by his first wife. Father of John Saint the Younger farmer Crystal Brook. Father-in-law of Henry Boucher WELCH farmer Hundred of Pirie. Edwin Saint of Saints Station also linked with this family Memorials 9-10/439

No 3 – son of John Saint the Younger

SAINT, John the Younger farmer Napperby. Hundred of Crystal Brook land grant 1879 Grant Book 60 Page 229 County Victoria

SAINT, John the Younger farmer Balaklava Co Gawler. Hundred of Napperby land grant 1882 Grant Book 60 Page 389 County Victoria

No 4 – son of Robert Saint

SAINT, John blacksmith Virginia 1866 Memorial 228/211

SAINT, J blacksmith Smithfield 1893 Application 22501

SAINT, Melvin farmer Pt Wakefield trustee Yararoo School 1931 Grant Book 14 Page 148 County Daly

SAINT, Miss dressmaker Robert St, Hindmarsh 1880 Application 17862

No 1

SAINT, Robert cooper Hindmarsh 1853 Memorial 117/260

SAINT, Robert cooper Hindmarsh 1861 Application 2467

No 1 - perhaps the same person

SAINT, RW saddler Gawler 1855 Memorial 169/91

SAINT, Robert William saddler Echunga 1885[-1886] Memorial 165/370

No 1

SAINT, Samuel plasterer Adelaide 1851[-1853] Memorial 471/33

SAINT, Samuel plasterer North Adelaide 1854[-1855] Memorial 43/71

No 1

SAINT, Thomas machinist Norwood 1857 Memorial 102/116

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

SAINT, Thomas farmer Dry Creek 1857 Enrolment 83/35

SAINT, Thomas innkeeper Dry Creek 1864[-1865] Memorial 335/200

SAINT, Thomas farmer formerly of Virginia [perhaps should be Dry Creek] but now of Balaklava 1866 Memorial 96/211

No 1

SAINT, William farmer Dry Creek 1858 Memorial 336/132

SAINT, William farmer near Gawler 1861, linked with Frederick Saint licensed victualler Virginia 1861 Application 2303

SAINT, William farmer formerly of Dry Creek but now of Gawler River 1863[-1865] Memorial 13/189

SAINT, William licensed victualler Virginia 1867 Memorial 240/219

SAINT, William farmer formerly of Dry Creek 1853 but now of Gawler River 1867 Application 8944

No 2

SAINT, William machinist Jamestown Co Victoria. Hundred of Price land grant 1911 Grant Book 6 Page 83 County Buccleuch

SAINT, William Molton farmer Gawler River 1856 Memorial 58/109

ST CLAIR, Charles Louis restaurant keeper Adelaide, died 15/7/1898 Ambleside intestate. Husband of Emma Dorothea St Clair Memorial 4/438

ST GEORGE, Edward French farmer Hundred of Eurelia 1895 Memorial 68/426

No 1

ST GEORGE, William Esquire Mt Remarkable 1853 Memorial 329/53 Licensed victualler Mt Remarkable 1855[-1860] Memorial 39/87

ST GEORGE, William licensed victualler Melrose 1860 Application 1967

ST GEORGE, William brewer Mt Remarkable 1862 Application 27406

ST GEORGE, William licensed victualler Mt Remarkable, died c1863. He left his entire estate in trust to his wife, Charlotte Ellen St George, for life or until her remarriage, then in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant to his children, or failing the survival of any children, to whomever his wife nominated. Executors and trustees: his wife, John DAY the Younger farmer Gawler River and Charle BURNET stockholder Light River Memorial 2/191

ST LEGER, Cecil James solicitor Mt Barker 1949 Memorial 157/524

SALBEN, William Thompson gentleman Adelaide 1851 Memorial 492/36

No 1

SALE, John Townsend gentleman Adelaide 1854 Memorial 369/68

SALE, John Townsend gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now of Tasmania 1876 Memorial 159/290

SALLIS, Elias messenger Payneham 1899 Memorial 100/440

SALLIS, Edward Elias messenger Payneham 1904[-1913] Memorial 44/451

No 1 - perhaps the same person

SALLIS, Richard clerk Norwood 1875 Memorial 105/282

SALLIS, Richard builder Norwood and Emma Sallis his wife 1878 Memorial 227/309

SALLIS, Emma widow of Richard Sallis Norwood 1880 Application 18228

SALMON, Alfred miller Clare 1877 Application 16271

SALMON, Francis B bootmaker Adelaide 1850 Memorial 400/30

SALMON, James Primitive Methodist minister Mt Barker 1881 Application 18367

SALMON, Joanna widow Bowden 1856[-1857] Memorial 311/111

No 1

SALMON, John merchant Auckland New Zealand, power of attorney to Charles BECK and Frederick John BECK merchants Adelaide, to sell Section 316 District B, Walkerville 21/12/1849 Enrolment 7/10

SALMON, John merchant formerly of Adelaide, but now of Auckland New Zealand 1851 Memorial 409/29

No 2 – John Barito Salmon

SALMON, John manager Adelaide branch of the National Bank of Australasia 1880 Memorial 153/325

SALMON, John manager National Bank of Australasia Kooringa 1881 Memorial 175/331

SALMON, John bank manager Adelaide about to leave SA to reside in England 1884 Memorial 105/365

SALMON, John bank manager Adelaide, about to leave the province for England for some time, power of attorney to Alexander George DOWNER solicitor Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 28/7/1884 Deposit 43/1885

SALMON, John Barito manager Adelaide trustee Anglican Church Hundred of Yanyarrie land grant 1886 Grant Book 28 Page 35 County Granville

SALMON, John bank manager formerly of Adelaide but now of Melbourne Vic 1886 Memorial 95/381

SALMON, John manager of the National Bank of Australasia Adelaide branch 1889[-1890] Memorial 31/398

SALMON, John gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now in parts beyond the seas 1891 Memorial 159/409

No 1

SALMON, Joseph gentleman and OAKLEY Samuel stockkeeper [He could not write] both of Adelaide (Gilles St) 1842 now respectively farmer Tungkillo and farmer Eyre Flat 1862 Application 3712

SALMON, Joseph farmer Tungkillo and OAKLEY, Samuel farmer Eyre Flat 1863. They bought Section 48 in the Encounter Bay District for £80. Were these two men related? May be also some relationship with William BOLT butcher Thebarton Application 3712

No 2

SALMON, Joseph miner Glen Osmond 1858 Memorial 46/137

No 1 - likely to be the same person

SALMON, Mary of Walkerville 1850 Memorial 204/256

SALMON, Mary spinster Bowden 1851 Memorial 78/37

SALMON, Mary spinster formerly of Bowden 1851 but now of Adelaide 1871 Application 11753

No 1

SALMON, Robert farmer Clare 1877 Application 16271

SALMON, Robert farmer Boolcunda 1884[-1893] Memorial 223/360

SALMON, Robert farmer Boolcunda East 1887 Memorial 39/382

SALMON, Robert farmer formerly of Boolcunda East but now of the Hundred of Gordon linked with William Herbert Salmon sheepfarmer Boolcunda East 1901 Memorials 243-244/442

SALOM, Henry of 14 Grenfell St, Adelaide 1907 Memorial 231/457

SALOM, Henry Isaac accountant Adelaide 1896[-1899] Memorial 141/429

SALOM, Judah Moss and Maurice Salom auctioneers Adelaide trading under the style or firm of Emanuel Solomon & Co 1860 Memorial 14/173

No 1

SALOM, Maurice auctioneer Adelaide 1860[-1867] Memorial 14/173

SALOM, Maurice gentleman Adelaide Co Adelaide. Brownlow (Hundred of Menzies) township allotment land grant 1883 Grant Book 11 Page 45 County Carnarvon

SALOM, Maurice gentleman Adelaide Co Adelaide. Pt Augusta West (Hundred of Copley) township allotment land grant 1883 Grant Book 66 Page 155 County Manchester

No 1

SALOTTI, Gatie box manufacturer Kent Town 1946 Memorial 63/520

SALOTTI, Gatie box manufacturer King William St, Kent Town 1948 Memorial 68/523

SALOTTI, Gatie saw miller later box manufacturer formerly of 75 King William St, Kent Town now 118 Portrush Rd, Linden Park, died 11/5/1959. Husband of Daisy Salotti  Application 29541.

No 1

SALTER, Alfred Fulton stockholder Angaston 1909 Memorial 65/462

SALTER, Alfred Fulton orchardist Angaston 1911 Application 26005.

SALTER, Alfred Fulton grazier and orchardist Angaston 1921 Memorial 58/484

SALTER, Annie Agnes widow William Ave, Newstead near Magill 1924 Memorial 34/492

SALTER, Arthur Frederick horticulturalist Angaston 1904 Application 24802

No 1

SALTER, Edward stockholder Mamre Brook near Angaston 1861[-1865] Memorial 151/172

SALTER, Edward wine maker Angaston 1883 Application 19647.

SALTER, Edward gentleman Angaston 1895 Application 23013.

No 1

SALTER, George plasterer Norwood 1868 Memorial 58/232

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

SALTER, George mason Kensington 1881 Application 18560

SALTER, George the Elder labourer William St, Kensington, died 18/8/1884. Husband of Sarah Ann Salter, who died 9/8/1923. Father of 10 children - Charles Salter, George Salter the Younger, Louisa Salter, Robert Salter, Harry Salter, Annie Salter, Alice Salter, Margaret Salter, Clara Salter and Allen Salter Memorials 53 & 54/492

SALTER, Sarah Ann widow of George Salter labourer Salter St, Kensington, died 9/8/1923 Adelaide Hospital, of senility and heart failure, aged 88. Born in Greenwich, England. In SA 86 years. Married aged 19 Application 28029

No 1

SALTER, Henry of Thebarton near Adelaide 1845 Memorial 413/5 Labourer Thebarton 1846[-1849] Memorial 96/7 Yeoman Thebarton 1849 Memorial 88/14 He was also a trustee for the funds of the Prince of Wales Lodge, which met at the Black Lion Hindmarsh. Storekeeper Thebarton 1850 Memorial 151/22 General dealer Currie St, Adelaide mid 1850 Memorial 488/22

SALTER, Henry general dealer formerly of Adelaide 1852 Memorial 386/44

SALTER, Henry general dealer Thebarton 1852 Memorial 180/44

No 1

SALTER, Leslie N vigneron Angaston 1908 Memorial 56/459

SALTER, Leslie vigneron Angaston. Angaston Institute trustee1908 Application 25448

SALTER, Thomas labourer Kensington, died 20/12/1922 Adelaide. Husband of Annie Agnes Salter William Ave, Newstead Memorial 52/492

No 1

SALTER, William merchant Adelaide 1842[-1845]. He owned land in the Meadows Special Survey. Memorial 398/1

SALTER, William gentleman Mamre Brook near Angaston 1845 Memorial 402/4

SALTER, William farmer Angaston 1852[-1853] Enrolment 52/35

SALTER, William JP Esquire Mamre Brook near Angaston 1854 Memorial 5/75

SALTER, Mary widow Norwood relict of the late William Salter formerly gentleman Mamre Brook near Angaston now deceased linked with Edward Salter gentleman Mamre Brook 1876 Memorial 22/293

No 1

SALTER, William Thomas gentleman Wakefield River 1856 Memorial 78/101

SALTER, William Thomas sheep farmer Manoora Upper Wakefield 1858 Memorial 148/139

SALTER, William Thomas stockholder The Wakefield 1858 Memorial 14/148

SALTER, William Thomas stockholder of the Wakefield Hundred of Saddleworth land grant 1858[-1859] Grant Book 44 Page 327 County Light

SALTER, William Thomas sheepfarmer Auburn Hundred of Saddleworth land grant 1859 Grant Book 44 Page 323 County Light

SALTER, William Thomas stockholder The Wakefield Hundred ofAlma land grant 1859 Grant Book 26 Page 1 County Gawler

SALTER, William Thomas stockholder Manoora Hundred ofAlma land grant 1859 Grant Book 26 Page 1 County Gawler

SALTER, William Thomas sheep farmer Baroota near Mt Remarkable 1870 Application 11054

SALTER, William Thomas gentleman Adelaide only child of Matthew Henry Salter clerk in HM civil service Adelaide. These men had an interest in Saltram's Vineyard situated on pts Sections 128 and 334 Hundred of Moorooroo 1889 Memorial 170/399

SALTMARSH, Alfred farmer Lake Plains 1891 Memorial 143/408

No 1

SALTMARSH, Henry farmer Lake Plains 1861[-1893] Memorial 160/186

SALTMARSH, Henry of the Waterside, Milang 1865 Application 6810.

SALTMARSH, Henry farmer Lake Plains 1894 Application 22706.

SALTMARSH, Henry farmer Lake Plains father of Walter Saltmarsh farmer near Milang 1895 Memorial 239/425

SALVATOR, Rosa farmer Currency Creek Pt MacDonnell township allotment land grant 1860 Grant Book 29 Page 107 County Grey

No 1

SAMBELL, Alfred James farmer Gumeracha Co Adelaide. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1877 Grant Book 60 Page 125 County Victoria

SAMBELL, Alfred James farmer Wonna. Trustee Wesleyan Methodist Chapel Franklyn Franklyn (Hundred of Wonna) township allotment land grant 1881 Grant Book 40 Page 102 County Kimberley

No 1

SAMBELL, Francis William labourer Manoora Co Light. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 121 County Victoria

SAMBELL, Francis William farmer Hundred of Morgan. Hundred of Morgan land grant 1898 Grant Book 13 Page 420 County Dalhousie

No 1 - perhaps the same person

SAMBELL, James farmer Willyara. Willyara Primitive Methodist Chapel trustee 1865 Memorial 214/206

SAMBELL, James farmer Jamestown 1881 Memorial 108/336

SAMBELL, James Henry farmer Jamestown Co Victoria. Hundred of Morgan land grant 1884 Grant Book 13 Page 418 County Dalhousie

SAMBELL, Josiah Thomas carrier Jamestown Co Victoria. Hundred of Morgan land grant 1883 Grant Book 13 Page 417 County Dalhousie

No 1

SAMBELL, James Wills farmer Cudlee Creek 1851[-1852] Memorial 500/29

SAMBELL, James Wills farmer Manoora Co Light. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1877 Grant Book 60 Page 127 County Victoria

SAMBOLTON, G clerk Adelaide 1877 Memorial 207/302

SAMELS, John labourer South Adelaide 1851[-1865] Memorial 273/38

SAMERS, Robert carter Adelaide 1848 Memorial 449/10

SAMERS, William Robert of the Loddon near Inglewood Vic but at present temporarily residing in Adelaide 1873 Memorial 163/264

SAMERTON, Richard gentleman Gawler River 1853 Memorial 392/50

SAMMELLS, Charles Alfred farmer near Woodside 1901 Memorial 74/442

No 1

SAMMELLS, William farmer Woodside 1882 Application 19159.

SAMMELLS, William farmer Woodside 1888 Memorial 200/391

SAMMONS, Ernest hairdresser Adelaide 1937 Memorial 86/511

No 1

SAMPSON, Alexander blacksmith Adelaide 1853 Hundred of Yankalilla land grant Memorial 35/63

SAMPSON, Alexander farmer Yankalilla 1857 Memorial 251/123

SAMPSON, Alexander farmer Torrens Vale Bald Hills near Yankalilla 1875 Application 14530

SAMPSON, Alexander farmer Bald Hills near Yankalilla 1875 Memorial 126/284

SAMPSON, Alexander and Hamilton farmers Myponga Jetty 1878 Memorial 141/326

SAMPSON, Alexander farmer Yankalilla 1881 Application 18454

SAMPSON, Alexander gentleman Grange Road, Lower Mitcham, died c1901. Husband of Mary Alva Sampson. Father of William Hamilton Sampson, George Jeffery Sampson and Jessie SANDERS wife of Charles Sanders farmer Bald Hills near Yankalilla Memorial 238/443

No 1

SAMPSON, Alfred farmer Allendale. Allendale Bible Christian Chapel (pt Section 1564 Hundred of Kapunda ) trustee 1889 Application 21691

SAMPSON, Alfred farmer Kapunda 1903 Memorial 75/448

SAMPSON, Alfred formerly farmer Kapunda but now gentleman Angas St, Adelaide, linked with Rene RULE married woman Angas St, Adelaide in 'natural love and affection' 1929 Memorial 101/502

SAMPSON, Alfred Archibald blacksmith Broken Hill NSW linked with Eliza Sampson widow Kooringa 1910 Memorial 10/464

SAMPSON, Alfred Ernest farmer Orroroo. Hundred of Black Rock Plain land grant 1936 Grant Book 13 Page 118 County Dalhousie

SAMPSON, Charles gardener Aldinga 1920 Application 26880

SAMPSON, Edward labourer Pt Lincoln 1928 Memorial 61/499

No 1

SAMPSON, George contractor Kooringa and Sarah Hannah Sampson his wife 1901 Memorial 30/444

SAMPSON, Sarah Hannah married woman Kooringa 1903 Memorial 191/449

SAMPSON, Sarah Hannah widow Kooringa, died 17/10/1922. Executors; William Clem Sampson contractor Kooringa and Edwin PEARCE storekeeper Kooringa Memorial 179/487

SAMPSON, Sarah Hannah nee LEAVER widow Burra, relict of George Sampson labourer Kooringa, died 17/10/1922. Her estate, worth £6,300, left in various bequests to her sons, William Clem Sampson, George Sampson and Allen Sampson; daughters Silby Sampson and Edith Sampson. Her daughter, Edith Lillian Olive Sampson, born 22/12/1901 Kooringa, 21 spinster Renmark, married Ernest Charles BOEHM 24 bootmaker Renmark (Father: Samuel George Boehm who had lived at Gladstone c1899) on 22/3/1923 Renmark Methodist Church. Minister: Fred L ROONEY. Witnesses: EHR KOHNKE bootmaker Renmark, EL Boehm spinster Gladstone Application 27316

SAMPSON, George E storekeeper Glen Osmond 1884 Application 20295

No 1

SAMPSON, George Jeffrey Bible Christian minister Pt Germein 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 696 County Frome

SAMPSON, George Jeffrey dairyman Goodwood Road. Goodwood Road Wesleyan Methodist Church trustee 1901 Memorial 216/444

SAMPSON, George Jeffrey formerly dairyman Springbank Lower Mitcham but now farmer Woodside 1906 Application 25221

SAMPSON, George Jeffrey farmer near Woodside 1909[-1919] Memorial 142/499

SAMPSON, Hamley James painter Pt Lincoln, aged 46 in 1956, declared that he had spent his whole life in Pt Lincoln Application 29216

No 1 - possibly the same person

SAMPSON, Henry farmer Kapunda 1855 Memorial 485/92

SAMPSON, Henry farmer Allen Creek 1863 Memorial 344/188

SAMPSON, Henry farmer Allendale, died 18/11/1887, of senile decay, aged 71. Former Allendale Bible Christian Chapel trustee Application 21691

SAMPSON, Henry farmer Allendale North near Kapunda, died 18/11/1887 Application 23558

SAMPSON, Henry farmer Allendale North near Kapunda, died 1887. Children - Alfred Sampson farmer Allendale North, Frances ROBINS wife of William Robins miller Marrabel on the Dirty Light and Emmeline Sampson no description Memorial 184/388

SAMPSON, Herbert Redvers farmer Pt Lincoln and Theresa Caroline Sampson his wife 1940 Memorial 9/515

No 1

SAMPSON, James and Richard farmers Hurtle Vale 1866 Memorial 124/218

No 2 – perhaps the same person FIND TEST RUN

SAMPSON, James farmer near Pt Wakefield Co Gawler. Hundred of Goyder land grant 1877[-1884] Grant Book 56 Page 409 County Stanley

SAMPSON, James gentleman Whitwarta Hundred of Goyder land grant 1890 Grant Book 56 Page 418 County Stanley

SAMPSON, James farmer Blyth 1893 Memorial 106/416

No 3

SAMPSON, James farmer Beaufort 1916 Memorial 100/474

SAMPSON, James Alexander farmer Yankalilla 1906 Application 25221

No 1

SAMPSON, John miner Burra Mine 1849 Memorial 142/22

SAMPSON, John miner Kooringa 1850 Memorial 475/42

SAMPSON, John farmer One Tree Hill on the Sources of the Little Para 1852[-1857] Memorial 127/247

SAMPSON, John farmer formerly of Kooringa but now of Munno Para East 1855 Memorial 324/87

SAMPSON, John farmer Munno Para East 1855 Memorial 476/90

SAMPSON, John farmer One Tree Hill 1859 Application 283

SAMPSON, John farmer One Tree Hill in the Sources of the Little Para Hundred of Blyth land grant 1865 Grant Book 56 Page 370 County Stanley

SAMPSON, John farmer Hundred of Munno Para linked with Nicholas Sampson farmer Gawler Plains 1867 Memorial 71/219

SAMPSON, John farmer One Tree Hill Hundred of Munno Para, died 30/6/1884. Father of Peter Sampson farmer Beautiful Valley and Thomas Sampson farmer Virginia. Executors: James GARTRELL merchant Adelaide (Rundle St) and John Henry Gartrell clerk Adelaide (South Tce). Elizabeth Gartrell widow Adelaide also mentioned Memorials 243 & 244/361, 59/362

SAMPSON, John farmer One Tree Hill Hundred of Munno Para, died 30/6/1884. Estate worth £450. Executors - James GARTRELL merchant Rundle St, Adelaide and John Henry Gartrell clerk South Tce, Adelaide. £200 to his daughter Elizabeth Jane GIFFORD wife of James Gifford, £200 to his son, James SAMPSON farmer Blyth Plains, £200 to grandson Frederick Gifford, £50 to grandson William Sampson son of John Henry Sampson out of business Kensington. All the real estate and the residue of the personal estate to his sons Thomas Sampson farmer Virginia and Peter Sampson farmer Beautiful Valley. 1884 Application 20388

No 2 - perhaps a mixture of the Elder and the Younger

SAMPSON, John teamster Kooringa 1859 Memorial 320/148

SAMPSON, John the Younger auctioneer Kooringa 1876 Memorial 95/294

SAMPSON, John mayor Burra 1903 Memorial 158/447

SAMPSON, John commission agent Kooringa, died 20/4/1910. Husband of Eliza Sampson. Probably father of Alfred Archibald Sampson blacksmith Broken Hill NSW Memorial 10/464

No 3

SAMPSON, John farmer Yankalilla 1879 Memorial 190/315

No 4

SAMPSON, John farmer Allendale Co Light. Hundred of Caltowie land grant 1879 Grant Book 60 Page 188 County Victoria

No 5

SAMPSON, John farmer Hundred of Goyder 1884 Memorial 30/357

SAMPSON, John farmer Hundred of Goyder. Hundred of Goyder land grant 1892 Grant Book 56 Page 419 County Stanley

SAMPSON, John farmer Reynella Co Adelaide. Hundred of Goyder land grant 1894 Grant Book 56 Page 420 County Stanley

No 6

SAMPSON, John warehouseman Adelaide and Water St, Semaphore 1895 Application 22948

No 7

SAMPSON, John farmer Whitwarta 1899 Memorial 232/438

No 1

SAMPSON, John Henry farmer Section 3128 Hundred of Munno Para 1864. Linked with John Sampson farmer One Tree Hill Application 4972

No 2

SAMPSON, John Henry farmer Bungaree 1867[-1871] Memorial 62/227 Husband of Emily Green Sampson nee COULLS probably of the same family as Susan Coulls widow Adelaide and William Jonathan Coulls engineer Adelaide 1871 Memorial 89/252

No 3

SAMPSON, John Henry gentleman Norwood 1885 Memorial 156/368

SAMPSON, John Henry gentleman Kensington 1886 Memorial 31/276

No 4

SAMPSON, John Henry carpenter Kapunda 1890 Application 21926

No 1 - perhaps the same person

SAMPSON, Mary Ann general dealer Adelaide 1870 Memorial 14/250

SAMPSON, Mary Ann wife of Richard Sampson the Younger wood merchant Unley 1890 Application 21944

No 1

SAMPSON, Nicholas farmer Gawler Plains 1875 Memorial 8/284

SAMPSON, Nicholas farmer Salisbury 1875 Application 14506

SAMPSON, Nicholas farmer Salisbury linked with Peter Sampson farmer Hundred of Yanyarrie 1887 Memorial 228/381

No 2

SAMPSON, Nicholas labourer Little Swamp near Pt Lincoln and Sarah Jane Sampson his wife 1924, who decared that her husband had always lived in very simple fashion away from townships and was unacquainted with proper methods of land dealing Application 26781

No 1

SAMPSON, Peter of Willochra Hundred of Willochra land grant 1882 Grant Book 24 Page 547 County Frome

SAMPSON, Peter farmer Yanyarrie 1884 Application 20388

SAMPSON, Peter farmer Hundred of Yanyarrie 1885[-1890] Memorial 68/369

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

SAMPSON, Richard farmer Pt Elliot 1855[-1856] Memorial 369/98

SAMPSON, Richard farmer formerly of Pt Elliot but now of Hurtle Vale 1857 Memorial 327/126

SAMPSON, Richard farmer Hurtle Vale 1873 Memorial 155/269

SAMPSON, Richard the Elder farmer Hurtle Vale linked with Richard Sampson the Younger farmer Hurtle Vale and Mary Ann Sampson his wife 1877 Memorial 137/299

SAMPSON, Richard farmer Hurtle Vale Hundred of Beaufort land grant 1882 Grant Book 56 Page 449 County Stanley

SAMPSON, Richard the Elder farmer Hurtle Vale, died not stated. Probaby children as of 1910 - James Sampson farmer Beaufort; John Sampson farmer formerly of Nantawarra but now of Reynella; Richard Sampson the Younger formerly merchant Esmond St, Hyde Park but now farmer Beaufort; and George Sampson farmer Hurtle Vale Memorial 92/463

SAMPSON, R farmer Johnburgh 1886 Memorial 221/379

SAMPSON, Richard farmer Johnburgh 1898 Memorial 201/434

SAMPSON, Richard of Yalpara 1887[-1891] Memorial 1/385

No 2

SAMPSON, Richard farmer Bowden Hundred of Appila land grant 1880 Grant Book 24 Page 501 County Frome

No 3

SAMPSON, Richard wood dealer Unley 1891 Memorial 8/411

SAMPSON, Robert Edward motor driver Pt Lincoln 1947 Memorial 91/521

No 1

SAMPSON, Samuel miner Kooringa1857 Memorial 38/128

SAMPSON, Samuel miner Hampton near Redruth 1859 Memorial 320/148

SAMPSON, Samuel miner formerly of Kooringa 1857 but now of Kadina 1876 Application 14948

No 1

SAMPSON, Thomas farmer Virginia son of the late John Sampson formerly farmer One Tree Hill but now deceased 1884 Memorial 59/362

SAMPSON, Thomas farmer near Gawler 1888 Memorial 21/391

No 1

SAMPSON, William miner Kooringa 1859 Memorial 261/149

No 2

SAMPSON, William farmer Hurtle Vale 1861[-1865] Memorial 346/172 He took out a 7-year lease of portion (supposed to be 500 acres) of the Bishop's Farm near Salisbury 1865 Memorial 88/203

No 3 FIND TEST RUN

SAMPSON, William farmer Pt Wakefield Co Gawler. Hundred of Goyder land grant 1880 Grant Book 56 Page 412 County Stanley

SAMPSON, William farmer Hundred of Goyder, died 30/4/1880, of acute bronchitis, aged 43 Application 22138

SAMPSON, William Clem formerly farmer but now contractor Kooringa 1928 Memorial 89/500

No 1

SAMPSON, William Hamilton farmer Myponga Hundred of Myponga land grant 1880 Grant Book 36 Page 420 County Hindmarsh

SAMPSON, William Hamilton farmer Myponga. Myponga Institute trustee 1891 Memorial 148/407

SAMPSON, William Hamilton farmer Myponga 1906[-1922] Application 25221, Memorial 43/486

No 1

SAMS, Charles James motor garage proprietor Kooringa 1922 Memorial 142/485

SAMS, Charles James formerly motor garage proprietor Kooringa but now motor engineer Adelaide 1923 Memorial 100/490

No 1

SAMSON, Charles labourer Le Fevre Peninsula 1863 Memorial 2/287

SAMSON, Charles labourer Glanville 1876 Application 15026

SAMSON, Charles Ogilvie du Moulin restaurant keeper Quebec St, Pt Adelaide took out a 5-year lease of the shop next to the Ozone Theatre in St Vincent St, Pt Adelaide which Ozone Amusements Ltd of Semaphore Rd, Semaphore, owned 1914 Memorial 122/470

No 1

SAMSON, George baker Unley 1875 Memorial 232/280

SAMSON, George storekeeper Unley 1877 Application 15710

SAMSON, Henry miner Kooringa 1850 Memorial 267/27

No 1

SAMSON, Louis Esquire 45 Gloucester Square, Hyde Park, Middlesex, England, died 8/7/1860. Real estate to be sold at the discretion of the trustees, including his wife, Ann Samson. William SAMSON merchant Adelaide appointed local attorney to dispose of land in the Currency Creek Special Survey 1863. When L Samson bought the land in 1841, he lived at Warnford Court, Throgmorton St, London, Middlesex. Application 5286

No 2

SAMSON, Louis farmer Narracoorte 1888[-1891] Memorial 166/389

SAMSON, Louis farmer Naracoorte Hundred of Robertson land grant 1897 Grant Book 50 Page 177 County Robe

No 1

SAMSON, LF clerk to Messrs ANDREWS & BONNIN solicitors Adelaide 1869[-1872] Memorial 229/239

SAMSON, L Frank clerk to Messrs ANDREWS & BONNIN solicitors Adelaide 1870 Memorial 175/246

No 1

SAMSON, Walter Louis farmer Islington 1876 Memorial 171/290

SAMSON, Walter Louis farmer Belair 1877 Memorial 160/297

No 1

SAMSON, William auctioneer Adelaide 1847[-1849] Memorial 431/9

SAMSON, William and Frederic WICKSTEAD auctioneers Adelaide. 11-year lease at £400 a year from JB NEALES auctioneer Adelaide, for the Auction Mart 'situate on the corner of Hindley St and King William St … heretofor used by the said JB Neales as and for a room for conducting sales by auction, together with the office or apartment then in the course of erection adjoining the said warehouse … together also with the cellar appertaining to the said Auction Mart and opening into King William St aforesaid and together with the entrance passage or portico in front of the said warehouse room or store … except reserving unto the said JB Neales … the two shops or apartments situate on either side of the said entry and within the portico aforesaid with full and free liberty of ingress, egress and regress … for the said JB Neales … and the tenants or occupiers for the time being of the said two shops …' October 1848 Memorial 8/13

SAMSON, William auctioneer Adelaide and Elizabeth Mary Samson his wife 1855 Memorial 500/94

SAMSON, Elizabeth Mary wife of William Samson merchant Adelaide, died intestate 2/9/1860 intestate. She left 7 children of her marriage to share in her estate - Marianne MARCHANT wife of Frank Marchant Adelaide, Elizbeth Jessie Samson, Walter Louis Samson, Jane Maria Samson, William Stephen Samson, Edward John Samson and Lionel Frank Samson Application 10829

No 2

SAMSON, William carriage trimmer Adelaide (Rundle St) 1851 Memorial 3/36

SAMSON, William coach trimmer Norwood 1871 Memorial 174/252

No 3

SAMSON, William plasterer Bowden 1852[-1874] Memorial 216/42

No 1

SAMUEL, John Rhodes commercial traveller Adelaide 1874[-1875] Memorial 167/276

SAMUEL, John Rhodes storekeeper Wilcannia NSW 1878 Memorial 81/306

No 1

SAMUEL, Joseph King gentleman Adelaide 1852 Memorial 78/42

SAMUEL, Joseph King land agent Adelaide (King William St) 1853 Memorial 200/60

SAMUEL, Joseph King land agent Adelaide 1854[-1856] Memorial 360/78

No 2

SAMUEL, Joseph King companies manager Adelaide (Brookman Buildings) 1900 Memorial 120/440

SAMUEL, Joseph King of Adelaide liquidator of the Hillside Gold Mining Co 1901 Memorial 28/443

SAMUEL, Joseph King company secretary Adelaide 1921 Memorial 155/488

SAMUEL, Sophia Rosetta spinster Adelaide 1853 Memorial 1/59

SAMUEL, William labourer Summertown 1885 Application 20777

SAMUELS, Eva Gwendoline Mary married woman 96 Langham Place, Portland Estate 1950 Application 28715

SAMULEWSKY, Andreas cabinetmaker Clare 1850 Memorial 201/37

SAMWELL, Edward Sandford farmer Robe S-E (turned 21 on 25/8/1876) linked with Ann Pook Samwell widow Robe and Henry Samwell gardener Summertown 1883 Memorial 206/349

No 1

SAMWELL, Edwin gentleman North Adelaide 1851 Memorial 122/30

SAMWELL, Edwin formerly Esquire North Adelaide 1853 but then farmer The Tiers by 1859, died 1870. His wife, Ann Pook Samwell, died 15/3/1890 Robe, of senile decay, aged 78. Henry Samwell gardener Summertown 1913 was a son Application 26184

SAMWELL, Edwin gardener Mt Lofty, died 28/5/1870. In his will, he provided for his wife, Ann Pook Samwell widow Mt Lofty, and his children - William Lindall Samwell carrier Mt Gambier, Henry Samwell gardener Mt Lofty, Emma Samwell spinster Mt Lofty, and Edward Sandford Samwell of Mt Lofty Memorial 34/248

SAMWELL, Ann Pook widow Robe linked with Henry Samwell gardener Mt Lofty 1885 Memorial 101/372

SAMWELL, Frederick William clerk in holy orders formerly of Mitcham but now of Petersburg 1911 Memorial 113/465

No 1

SAMWELL, Henry gardener Mt Lofty 1870 Memorial 34/248

SAMWELL, Henry gardener Summertown 1884[-1912] Memorial 138/359

SANDELL, Walter Leslie General accountant and Secretary Municipal Tramways Trust, Hackney Rd, Hackney,aged 53 in 1969, declared that he had begun work with the Company in 1934. He mentioned that the Company had begun a tram service to Glenelg in 1929 Application 29736

SANDER, August Heinrich Johann farmer near Tanunda 1856[-1859] Memorial 311/102

No 1

SANDER, Bernhard gentleman Adelaide, about to leave the province for a time, power of attorney to Joseph Eldin MOULDEN Esquire Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 17/3/1866 Deposit 202/1866

SANDER, Bernhard formerly licensed victualler Adelaide (Hindley St), without just cause deserted his wife, Ellen Eliza Sander, on 16/7/1866. The SA Supreme Court ordered that he could not control any income which Mrs Sander had earned since that date 'maintaining herself by her own industry' 1866 Memorial 28/217

No 1

SANDER, Johannes Friedrich Leopold farmer near Tanunda 1866 Application 7212

SANDER, Johann Friedrich Leopold farmer Tanunda 1887 Memorial 44/383

SANDER, Johann Friedrich Leopold farmer formerly of Tanunda but now of Peep Hill 1901 Application 24192

SANDER, Johann Friedrich Leopold farmer formerly of Tanunda but now of Peep Hill linked with EHA Sander labourer perhaps Tanunda and Wilhelm Carl Albert Sander labourer near Greenock 1902 Memorials 249 & 250/444

No 1
SANDER, Wilhelm Carl Albert vigneron Seppeltsfield near Greenock 1901 Application 24192

SANDER, Wilhelm Carl Albert labourer near Greenock 1902[-1903] Memorial 1/445, Application 24604

No 1

SANDERCOCK, Albert William farmer Riverton Co Light. Hundred of Mannanarie land grant 1878 Grant Book 13 Page 76 County Dalhousie

SANDERCOCK, Albert William farmer Payneham 1890 Memorial 200/405, Application 21964

No 1

SANDERCOCK, Edward blacksmith Kensington linked with William Sandercock labourer East Payneham 1874 Memorial 206/274

SANDERCOCK, Edward blacksmith [formerly of Kensington but now of] East Payneham 1878 Memorial 40/309

SANDERCOCK, Ellis dairyman and gardener Kenton Valley 1946 Application 28458

SANDERCOCK, Hedley Bond farmer and Royston Sandercock gardener both of Kenton Valley near Gumeracha 1947 Memorial 53/522

No 1

SANDERCOCK, James miner Kapunda 1864 Memorial 132/197

No 2 FIND CHECK RUN

SANDERCOCK, James farmer Clinton 1888 Memorial 139/391

SANDERCOCK, James farmer Clinton, had died by 1906. Executors - James Arthur BARTON and Zacharias WILLIAMS the Younger farmers Clinton Grant Book 14 Page 139 County Daly
SANDERCOCK, Leo farmer Kenton Valley 1927 Memorial 100/498

SANDERCOCK, Nathaniel gardener Payneham and Mrs EA Sandercock his wife 1890 Application 21916

No 1

SANDERCOCK, Richard farmer Gumeracha and Elizabeth Sandercock his wife 1855 Memorial 118/89

SANDERCOCK, Richard and Samuel farmers near Riverton 1872 Application 12432

SANDERCOCK, Royston gardener Kenton Valley linked with Sydney Michael Sinkinson labourer formerly of Kenton Valley but now of Gumeracha 1923 Memorial 26/487

No 1

SANDERCOCK, Thomas farmer Pinkerton Plains Co Gawler. Hundred of Mannanarie land grant 1879 Grant Book 13 Page 79 County Dalhousie

SANDERCOCK, Thomas farmer Mannanarie Co Dalhousie. Hundred of Pinda land grant 1884 Grant Book 24 Page 591 County Frome

SANDERCOCK, Thomas of Morchard 1885 Memorial 160/371

No 1

SANDERCOCK, William labourer Woodside near Kensington 1850 Memorial 133/22

SANDERCOCK, William labourer near Payneham 1868 Memorial 31/234

SANDERCOCK, William labourer East Payneham 1874 Memorial 206/274

No 1

SANDERS, Albert Henry town clerk 48 Edward St, Brighton, aged 59 in 1944, declared that he was the Town Clerk of Brighton Application 28393

SANDERS, Albert Henry Town Clerk 48 Edward St, Brighton and Hilda Violet Sanders his wife 1948 Application 28617.

No 1 - likely to be the same person

SANDERS, Alfred contractor Lawlers WA 1906 Memorial 223/455

SANDERS, Alfred farmer Echunga, died 25/9/1940 Lurline St, Mile End. Brother to Richard Sanders farmer Echunga, Ada BAKER married woman Burnside St, Bayswater WA, and Helen Sanders. Uncle to Alexander Sanders MCKENZIE railway employe 66 Myrtle St, West Prospect son of Ada Baker Memorials 38 & 80/515

SANDERS, Andrew farmer Echunga Creek 1857[-1859] Memorial 160/124

SANDERS, Andrew Ward storekeeper Kanmantoo 1862 Memorial 264/181

No 1

SANDERS, Arthur Charles land agent Adelaide (King William St) 1897[-1901] Memorial 6/435, Application 24186

SANDERS, Arthur Henry clerk North Adelaide 1917 Application 26609

No 1

SANDERS, Benjamin, George, Jonathan and William farmers Echunga 1855 Memorial 10/91

SANDERS, Benjamin farmer formerly of Echunga 1855 but now of Tapton near Callington 1862 Application 3765

SANDERS, Benjamin and Jonathan formerly stockholders Echunga 1856 but now farmers near Callington 1863 Application 4294

SANDERS, Benjamin of Tapton Grange near Callington 1865[-1876] Memorials 317/206, 64/294, Application 11972, Application 13779

SANDERS, Benjamin sheep farmer Tapton Grange Red Creek 1885 Application 20757

SANDERS, Benjamin sheep farmer Netley Mt Barker 1887 Memorial 55/382

SANDERS, Benjamin sheepfarmer Netley Mt Barker linked with Gertrude I Sanders of Mt Barker 1905 Memorial 9/454

No 1 - perhaps the same person

SANDERS, Charles of Adelaide 1852 Memorial 426/42

SANDERS, Charles blacksmith Adelaide 1869 Memorial 4/239

No 2 - perhaps the same person

SANDERS, Charles butcher North Adelaide 1860 Memorial 151/163

SANDERS, Charles builder North Adelaide 1880[-1884] Memorial 127/343

No 3

SANDERS, Charles farmer Torrens Vale 1895 Memorial 50/425

SANDERS, Charles farmer Torrens Vale 1916 Application 26518

No 4

SANDERS, Charles farmer Bald Hills near Yankalilla 1901 Memorial 26/444

SANDERS, Charles farmer Bald Hills Yankalilla and Jessie Sanders his wife 1906 Application 25221

SANDERS, Jessie widow Bald Hills near Yankalilla 1940, declared that Oswald James Sanders and George Vernon Sanders farmers Pinnaroo, and Olive Verona BOND married woman Torrens Vale near Yankalilla were her children. Alexander SAMPSON gentleman Grange Rd, Lower Mitcham and Ernest Thomas Bond of Torrens Valley were family connections Application 28207

SANDERS, Charles George carrier and dairyman Willaston near Gawler 1945 Memorial 21/519

No 1

SANDERS, Charles James surveyor Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of Dudley land grant 1882 Grant Book 11 Page 9 County Carnarvon

SANDERS, [Charles James] & PACKARD, [John Harrison] land agents and brokers Grenfell Chambers, Grenfell St, Adelaide 1883 Application 19922

SANDERS, Charles James surveyor Adelaide 1883 Memorial 94/350 Licensed surveyor Adelaide 1909 Memorial 178/371

SANDERS, Charles James licensed surveyor Adelaide. Trustee St Paul's Adelaide 1909 Memorial 235/461

SANDERS, Charlotte spinster St Marys 1857 Memorial 130/113

SANDERS, CE clerk Adelaide 1894 Memorial 202/422

SANDERS, Ellen postmistress Redruth 1902 Memorial 11/445

No 1

SANDERS, Eliza widow Kooringa 1882 Memorial 237/340

SANDERS, Eliza widow formerly of Kooringa but now of Pyrmont near Sydney NSW 1896 Memorial 183/428

No 1

SANDERS, Ernest Wesley rubber works manager North Kensington 1901 Memorial 188/442

SANDERS, Ernest Wesley Sanders rubber works manager Maylands and Emily Charlotte Sanders his wife linked with John Sanders accountant Adelaide and Edith Margaret Sanders his wife. Also Florence Ida FOSTER wife of William Herbert Foster merchant's clerk Hyde Park 1906 Memorial 49/456

No 1 -mixture of the Elder and the Younger

SANDERS, George of Echunga Creek 1846 Memorial 22/48

SANDERS, George yeoman Adelaide 1849 Memorial 457/16

SANDERS, George gentleman Echunga Creek, died 5/11/1864. Estate worth £1,300. In 1822, he had married Ann LUNITHWAITE??, who died 30/7/1833. £1,000 in trust as a marriage settlement to her for life, then to George Sanders in trust for his life, then to their five children in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant. William, Jonathan, George, Benjamin and Jane Sanders. The rest of his estate to go to his second wife, in trust for her lifetime, then to his children, Henry and Joseph Sanders, in equal shares up to £400; any amount over that to be divided equally amongst the children of his first marriage. Trustees: Joseph and William MAY farmers Fairfield Mt Barker. William May at Woodchester by 1864 Application 24227

SANDERS, George the Elder of Echunga Creek died c1865. By 1882, his widow, Sarah Sanders, still lived at Echunga Creek. Their family included - William Sanders farmer Munoora, Jonathan Sanders manager for Hill & Co Strathalbyn, George Sanders the Younger clerk College Town, Benjamin Sanders farmer Tapton Grange near Red Creek, Jane Sanders spinster Mt Barker, and Joseph Sanders farmer Echunga Creek. Kitty Sanders widow Echunga also mentioned Memorial 128/344

SANDERS, George the Younger farmer Echunga 1860[-1861] Memorial 138/165

SANDERS, George storekeeper Kanmantoo 1863 Memorial 253/190

SANDERS, George the Younger storekeeper Kanmantoo 1864 Application 5497.

SANDERS, George the Younger formerly of Echunga but now of Kanmantoo 1869 Memorial 11/240

SANDERS, George gentleman College Park 1879 Memorial 102/318

SANDERS, George the Younger gentleman formerly of Echunga but now of College Park 1897 Memorial 163/435

SANDERS, George the Younger gentleman College Park 1898 Application 23618.

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

SANDERS, George Edward gentleman Clifton St, Prospect 1926 Memorial 158/497

SANDERS, George Robert gardener Arkaba 1886 Memorial 198/374

SANDERS, Hendrich labourer Pt Lincoln 1840 Application 26924

No 1

SANDERS, Henry stone mason Unley 1843 Memorial 183/44

SANDERS, Henry stone mason near Adelaide 1849 Memorial 222/19

No 2 - perhaps a continuation from No 1

SANDERS, Henry builder Adelaide 1855 Memorial 264/84

SANDERS, Henry plasterer Adelaide 1858 Memorial 171/140

No 3

SANDERS, Henry of Aberdeen 1850 Application 18071.

No 4

SANDERS, Henry farmer Echunga (son of the late George Sanders the Elder farmer Echunga), died 27/10/1877 intestate. His widow, Kitty Sanders, took out letters of administration. Estate worth £100. Kitty Sanders remarried to John Somes (qv). Children of Henry and Kitty Sanders included - Ellen Sanders, Ada MaCKENZIE, Richard Sanders, and Alfred Sanders Application 24227

SANDERS, Kitty widow Echunga 1881 Application 18614

No 5

SANDERS, Henry brickmaker Croydon 1887 Application 21208.

SANDERS, Henry Barlow gentleman Adelaide, agreed to lease his house and land called Glen Stuart near Fifth Creek to Charles William STUART gentleman Adelaide 1850 Memorial 79/31

SANDERS, Isabella spinster Adelaide 1842[-1848] Memorial 321/2

No 1

SANDERS, James baker Adelaide (Hindley St) 1843 Memorial 119/3

SANDERS, James formerly baker Adelaide (Hindley St), but now of Sydney NSW 1846 Memorial 478/6

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

SANDERS, James baker Adelaide 1849[-1853] Memorial 492/14

No 3

SANDERS, James the Elder farmer Friedrichstadt near Hahndorf by 1856. Likely to have shifted there from Hahndorf itself He died 19/1/1858 intestate, of slow fever, aged 31. His eldest son and heir at law, James Sanders the Younger, died 28/1/1873, a minor. His mother, the former Miss Mary PENTECOST, took out letters of administration for his estate. She could not write. She had remarried to Stephen JEFFERY farmer Echunga, a former miner there. Her daughter, Mary Pentecost Sanders, had been born 2/4/1855 in the District of Adelaide. Mary Pentecost Sanders 25 spinster Echunga, married William HALL 23 storekeeper Portland Estate (Father: James Hall) on 24/5/1881 at the JOHNS residence Portland Estate. Minister: Thomas EDMEADES. Witnesses: Alice Morton Hall Pt Adelaide, Marianna CRANE of Echunga. The Johnses were the bride's sister Elizabeth Ann Sanders 19 spinster Adelaide, who married Nicholas Johns 30 railway porter Smithfield (Father: Nicholas Johns) on 21/12/1869 Christ Church (North Adelaide?). Witnesss: Joseph ORCHARD labourer Adelaide, and Mary Pentecost Sanders of Echunga. In 1887, the Jefferys sold the Friedrichstadt block (pt Section 3913 Hundred of Kuitpo) to Johann Gottfried HORN farmer Friedrichstadt Application 21250

No 4 - probably the same person

SANDERS, James miner Williamstown near Kooringa 1859 Memorial 191/160

SANDERS, James miner Copperhouse 1862 Memorial 294/186

SANDERS, James miner formerly of Copper House 1862 but now of Moonta Mines 1875 Application 14374

No 1 - likely to be a family link

SANDERS, Jane Sanders spinster formerly of Echunga but now of Adelaide 1868 Memorial 131/228

SANDERS, Jane spinster Mt Barker 1882 Memorial 128/344

No 1

SANDERS, Johann Heinrich commonly known as John Sanders shepherd Blumberg 1850 Application 12647

SANDERS, John [Johann Heinrich] shepherd Blumberg German village 1850. Enrolment 46/31

SANDERS, John farmer Blumberg 1853[-1854] Memorial 37/56

SANDERS, John formerly shepherd but now farmer Blumberg 1856 Memorial 52/110

SANDERS, Johann Heinrich farmer and butcher near Blumberg father of Marie Elisabeth LANGE nee Sanders wife of Carl Lange labourer no residence mentioned 1873 Memorial 245/264

SANDERS, Johann Heinrich officially Heinrich Sanders commonly called John Sanders farmer Blumberg, died 17/2/1873 consumption, aged 72. He eft his whole estate to his daughter, Marie Elisabeth LANGE nee Sanders wife of Carl Lange labourer Blumberg Application 12647

No 1

SANDERS, John plaisterer Adelaide 1843 Memorial 433/2

No 2

SANDERS, John butcher formerly of Walkerville, but now of Hindley St, Adelaide 1846 Memorial 242/6

SANDERS, John farmer Cowandillah 1850[-1851] Memorial 48/23

SANDERS, John butcher Adelaide 1853 Memorial 491/59

SANDERS, John [formerly butcher Adelaide but now] gentleman Walkerville 1853 Memorial 85/58

No 3

SANDERS, John Chairman Strathalbyn District Council Strathalbyn 1860 Application 1241

No 4

SANDERS, John farmer Moonta 1868 Application 9637

No 5

SANDERS, John bookkeeper Tarrawatta near Angaston 1873 Memorial 79/264

SANDERS, John accountant Tarrawatta near Angaston 1875 Memorial 79/264

No 6 - probably the same person

SANDERS, John tram car driver Mitcham 1880 Memorial 209/322

SANDERS, John tramway manager Hyde Park 1889 Memorial 93/399

No 7

SANDERS, John of Pt Victoria 1881 Memorial 6/334

No 1

SANDERS, John James labourer Copperhouse and Ellen Sanders his wife 1884 Memorial 180/357

SANDERS, John James miner Copperhouse near Kooringa. His wife, Ellen Sanders, died 18/2/1907. Parents of Ellen Sanders spinster Copperhouse who was born 22/10/1889 Memorial 185/464

No 1

SANDERS, John Stuart storekeeper Hindmarsh 1856[-1857] Memorial 289/111

SANDERS, John Stuart grocer and corn factor Hindmarsh 1857 Memorial 13/116

SANDERS, John Stuart grocer Hindmarsh 1858 Application 110

SANDERS, John Stuart grocer Adelaide (Hindley St) in HA CRAWFORD's former premises 1860 Memorial 261/163

SANDERS, John Stuart grocer Adelaide Co Adelaide. Kadina (Hundred of Kadina) township allotment land grant 1861 Grant Book 14 Page 38 County Daly

SANDERS, John Stuart grocer formerly of Hindmarsh but now of Adelaide 1868 Memorial 87/231

SANDERS, John Stuart wholesale grocer Adelaide 1870[-1873] Memorial 159/249

SANDERS, John Stuart gentleman Hindley St, Adelaide 1879 Memorial 222/315

SANDERS, John Stuart grocer Adelaide 1880 Application 18291

SANDERS, John Stuart merchant Adelaide (Hindley St) 1881 Memorial 243/332

SANDERS, John Stuart merchant Adelaide, trading with Thomas William LINDOW and Henry BISHOP as John Stuart Sanders & Co, about to leave the province for a time, power of attorney to his partners to manage his SA business affairs 11/10/1881 Deposit 34/1882

SANDERS, John Stuart merchant formerly of Adelaide but now in parts beyond the seas 1882 Memorial 60/341

SANDERS, JS chairman of the SA Plaster of Paris Cement Salt and & Chemical Manure Works Co Ltd, whose head office was located at Alfred Chambers Currie St, Adelaide. The firm finished operations voluntarily after a shareholders' meeting on 15/9/1884 Memorial 6/377

SANDERS, John Stuart merchant Adelaide 1886 Memorial 16/378

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

SANDERS, Jonathan of Echunga Creek 1846 Memorial 23/48

SANDERS, Jonathan farmer near Echunga 1866 Memorial 165/216

SANDERS, Jonathan of Strathalbyn 1870[-1884] Memorial 5/248

SANDERS, Jonathan sheepfarmer Echunga 1903 Memorial 35/450

.No 1

SANDERS, Richard butcher Adelaide (Grenfell St) 1849[-1850] Memorial 209/17

SANDERS, Richard butcher Adelaide (Grenfell St) became a bankrupt in 1852 Memorial 474/45

No 1

SANDERS, Robert and Robert MILLER merchants and co-partners Adelaide (Rundle St) 1843. The firm had ceased to operate by April 1845 Memorials 163/3, 455/4

SANDERS, Robert storekeeper Adelaide (Hindley St) 1844[-1849]. He sold the lease to Morris and Solomon Lyon MARKS linen drapers Adelaide (Hindley St) for £175 in 1849 Memorials 63/4, 301/18

No 2

SANDERS, Robert farmer Tungkillo 1858 Memorial 13/146

SANDERS, Robert farmer Mt Torrens 1860 Memorial 214/167

SANDERS, Robert farmer near Mt Torrens 1861 Application 2343.

SANDERS, Robert farmer formerly of Tungkillo 1858 but now of Mt Torrens 1866 Application 7849

No 3

SANDERS, Robert butcher Moonta. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1869 Grant Book 14 Page 53 County Daly

No 4

SANDERS, Robert gentleman Adelaide 1881 Application 18577

No 1 - likely to be the same person

SANDERS, S surveyor to Thomas HEARNS 1857 Memorial 171/130

SANDERS, S surveyor North Rd, Nairne 1860 Application 1273

No 1

SANDERS, Sampson stonemason Nairne 1847[-1859] Memorial 156/9

SANDERS, Sampson marble mason Adelaide declared 1884 that he had known the KNOTT, PRISK and TONKIN families of Callington and Strathalbyn for some 35 years Application 20082

SANDERS, Samuel butcher Angaston 1853 Memorial 271/56

No 1

SANDERS, Sidney Stuart broker Medindie 1883 Memorial103/347

SANDERS, Sidney Stuart broker Medindie 1895 Memorial 169/426

No 1

SANDERS, Thomas bricklayer Adelaide 1854[-1855] Memorial 458/69

No 2

SANDERS, Thomas farmer Chain of Ponds 1857[-1870] Memorial 217/126

No 3

SANDERS, Thomas farmer Sheaoak Log 1864[-1867] Memorial 138/194

No 1

SANDERS, Thomas Henry engineer Pt Adelaide 1873[-1882] Application 12645, Application 19131

SANDERS, Thomas H overseer of waterworks Pt Adelaide 1878 Application 2517012

SANDERS, Thomas Henry Waterworks superintendent Pt Adelaide 1892[-1912] Memorial 175/415, Application 22459

SANDERS, W bookkeeper Bimbowrie 1891 Memorial 228/409

No 1

SANDERS, William merchant of Andrews near Edinburgh, Scotland, about to marry Harriet CARSTAIRS now living at Lixmount Cottage at Trinity near Edinburgh, daughter of the late James Carstairs. The bride renounced all claim to dowry from William Sanders' estate following his death, except for 'her aliment till the next term of Whitsunday or Martinmas after his decease, and a suitable allowance for mournings', in return for her to retain control over all her personal property and income she enjoyed before her marriage, including an annuity for life of £176 from the tolls of the Proprietors of the Strand Bridge (since denominated the … Waterloo Bridge) in London, which she had received since January 1832 (two stockbrokers in Abchurch Lane, London, presented them to her). If she died before her husband (after at least a year and a day of marriage), he could have the income from her assets for life or until his remarriage. After that, the children of the marriage would inherit her assets in equal shares. If no issue of the marriage, John Carstairs Esquire late stockbroker of 28 Abchurch Lane, London, now living at Stratford Green, in the parish of Westham, Essex, England, to inherit Harriet Carstair's estate. Agreement signed on 9/7/1832 at Myrtle Bank at Newhaven near Edinburgh. James GALL printer in Edinburgh was one of the witnesses Deposit 398/1857

SANDERS, William Esquire preliminary Section 267 near Adelaide 1843, linked with James Sanders baker Hindley St, Adelaide Application 27228

SANDERS, William gentleman Myrtle Cottage near Adelaide 1850 Memorial 411/22

SANDERS, William gentleman Adelaide 1850 Memorial 299/27

SANDERS, William gentleman Adelaide, about to leave the province for a time, power of attorney to Henry AYERS gentleman Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 5/4/1853 Deposit 149/OA

SANDERS, William Esquire Adelaide and Harriet Sanders his wife 1856 Memorial 158/126

SANDERS, William Esquire formerly of Preliminary Section 267 Survey B Myrtle Bank but now of Adelaide 1861 Memorial 186/176

SANDERS, William Esquire Parkside 1861 Memorial 296/176

SANDERS, William Esquire Adelaide 1876 Memorial 162/288

SANDERS, William Esquire Adelaide (South Tce) 1877 Memorial 178/301

SANDERS, William gentleman formerly of Adelaide 1858 but now of Glenelg 1876 Application 14828

No 2

SANDERS, William and Jonathan of Echunga Creek 1846 Memorial 23/48

SANDERS, William, Jonathan, George and Benjamin farmers Echunga Creek 1851 Memorial 489/37

No 3 - likely to be a continuation of No 2

SANDERS, William of Lyndoch 1855 Likely linked with the George Sanders family of Echunga Memorial 499/90

SANDERS, William farmer Lyndoch Valley 1863 Memorial 59/225

No 4

SANDERS, William farmer Hundred of Caroline Mt Gambier. Hundred of Caroline land grant 1867 Grant Book 31 Page 10 County Grey

SANDERS, William farmer Blackwood Flat near Allendale. Hundred of Caroline land grant 1870 Grant Book 31 Page 24 County Grey

No 5

SANDERS, William gentleman Parkside Co Adelaide. Hundred of Waterloo land grant 1858 Grant Book 44 Page 360 County Light

SANDERS, William storekeeper Waterloo Co Light. Yatina (Hundred of Black Rock Plain) township allotment land grant 1874 Grant Book 13 Page 7 County Dalhousie

SANDERS, William storekeeper Waterloo Co Light. Wirrabara township allotment land grant 1874 Grant Book 24 Page 521 County Frome

SANDERS, William storekeeper Waterloo Co Light. Crystal Brook (Hundred of Crystal Brook) township allotment land grant 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 432 County Victoria

SANDERS, William storekeeper Waterloo 1878 Memorial 158/312

No 6

SANDERS, William blacksmith Riverton 1875 Application 14658

SANDERS, William machinist Riverton 1885 Application 20448

No 7

SANDERS, William gentleman Glenelg Co Adelaide. Hundred of Reynolds land grant 1880 Grant Book 60 Page 32 County Victoria

No 8

SANDERS, William farmer McLaren Vale and Susanna Sanders his wife 1881 Application 18505

SANDERS, William farmer formerly of McLaren Vale but now of Kaniva Vic 1892 and Susanna Sanders his wife daughter of the late Edward HARRIS formerly farmer McLaren Vale, who died 23/1/1871 Memorial 112/414

SANDERS, William Charles storekeeper Hindmarsh 1868[-1871] Memorial 127/232, Application 11395

SANDERS, William Edgeworth of Adelaide and Mary Sanders his wife 1860 Application 1207

No 1

SANDERS, William Henry farmer Hundred of Menzies 1888 Memorial 231/389

SANDERS, William Henry farmer formerly of Queenscliffe Kangaroo Island but now of the National Park linked with Charles James Sanders surgeon Adelaide 1894 Memorial 111/422

SANDERS, William Melanchon gentleman Willaston 1853[-1859] Memorial 325/53

No 1

SANDERSON, Francis saddler North Adelaide 1863[-1874] Memorial 21/189

No 2 – Francis Clement Villiers Sanderson

SANDERSON, Francis Frank storekeeper Pt Augusta West. Pt Augusta West (Hundred of Copley) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 66 Page 152 County Manchester

No 1

SANDERSON, Francis Villiers clerk to Messrs MANN & FOSTER

solicitors Adelaide 1877 Memorial 144/297

SANDERSON, Francis V clerk Adelaide 1882 Memorial 188/347

SANDERSON, Francis V law student Adelaide 1883 Memorial 179/349

SANDERSON, Francis V solicitor Adelaide linked with Frederic James Sanderson gentleman Grünthal 1896 Memorial 30/429

SANDERSON, Francis V solicitor Adelaide 1897[-1914] Memorial 165/433

SANDERSON, Francis Villiers solicitor Adelaide 1917 Application 26605

No 1

SANDERSON, Frederick J clerk to Alfred ATKINSON solicitor Adelaide 1853[-1854] Memorial 41/58

SANDERSON, Frederic James of Adelaide 1863 Memorial 83/188

SANDERSON, Frederic James gentleman Adelaide 1871 Application 11298

SANDERSON, Frederic James HM Civil Service Adelaide 1876 Application 15674

SANDERSON, Frederic James collector of HM Customs North Adelaide 1884 father of William Younghusband Sanderson of North Adelaide, who died 8/10/1883 The Semaphore a bachelor and intestate. His estate worth £650. FJ Sanderson lived at Largs Bay by 1901 Memorials 177 & 178/442

SANDERSON, Frederic James Collector of Customs Pt Adelaide 1894 Application 22754

SANDERSON, Frederic James gentleman Largs Bay linked with Francis Villiers Sanderson solicitor Adelaide. Perhaps related to Edith Ferguson MAYNE wife of Edward Mayne civil servant Adelaide 1901 Memorial 65/443

SANDERSON, George Clement Ogilvie telegraph manager Pt Augusta West. Pt Augusta West (Hundred of Copley) township allotment land grant 1893 Grant Book 65 Page 228 County Manchester

SANDERSON, Herbert Charles Sutton gentleman Pt Augusta West. Pt Augusta West (Hundred of Copley) township allotment land grant 1891 Grant Book 65 Page 226 County Manchester

No 1

SANDERSON, James Edward publican Saddleworth 1855 Memorial 105/91

SANDERSON, James Edward publican Saddleworth Hotel Saddleworth 1859 Memorial 186/157

SANDERSON, James Edward of Saddleworth 1860 Memorial 217/163

No 1

SANDERSON, JH clerk to George GREEN land agent Adelaide 1854 Memorial 80/72

SANDERSON, JH of Melbourne St, North Adelaide 1854[-1855] [Is this John Hall Sanderson, linked with William Davidson Sanderson?] Memorial 80/80

SANDERSON, John King saddler Gawler 1865 Memorial 100/206

SANDERSON, Stephen farmer Baldina. Hundred of Baldina land grant 1878 Grant Book 9 Page 9 County Burra

SANDERSON, Stephen Shelton farmer Gum Creek near Burra 1946 Memorial 158/520

SANDERSON, Thomas farmer Millbrook Hundred of English land grant 1878 Grant Book 17 Page 167 County Eyre

No 1

SANDERSON, William gentleman Adelaide 1840 Application 18560

No 2

SANDERSON, William carpenter Mitcham 1857 Memorial 281/115

SANDERSON, William Alfred gentleman Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of Hanson land grant 1865 Grant Book 56 Page 272 County Stanley

No 1

SANDERSON, William Davidson storekeeper Morphett Vale 1851[-1858] Memorial 447/38

SANDERSON, William Davidson storekeeper Lacepede Bay Hundred of Lacepede land grant 1860[-1869] Grant Book 29 Page 110 County MacDonnell

SANDERSON, William Davidson storekeeper Lacepede Bay 1862[-1875] Application 3725

SANDERSON, William Davidon storekeeper Kingston trustee School Kingston Kingston (Hundred of Lacepede) township allotment land grant 1864 Grant Book 29 Page 214 County MacDonnell

SANDERSON, William Davidson storekeeper Kingston S-E 1868[-1875] Memorial 169/230

SANDERSON, William Davidson merchant Pt Caroline 1868 Application 9535

SANDERSON, William Davidson gentleman Kingston S-E 1875 Memorial 147/281

SANDERSON, William Davidson gentleman Kingston S-E Hundred of Lacepede land grant 1878 Grant Book 46 Page 6 County MacDonnell

SANDERSON, William Davidson gentleman formerly of Lacepede Bay but now of Adelaide 1881 Application 18924

SANDERSON, William Davidson gentleman Adelaide, died 1895. Bequests to Eliza Sanderson spinster St Boswell, Co Roxburgh, Scotland, and Christina Sanderson spinster Findhorn Place, Grange, Edinburgh, Co Midlothian, Scotland and William Sanderson no description by 1897. John Hall Sanderson gentleman Conniston Road, Edinburgh, Scotland also mentioned [should this be the address for William Sanderson?]. Executors: William BENNY solicitor Adelaide and James Neilson SMITH farmer Fords Memorials 34/430, 193/433

SANDERSON, William Davidson gentleman Adelaide, died 16/8/1895. Estate worth £2,340. His estate to be divided equally between William and Christina Sanderson children of the late James Hall Sanderson of Princes St, Edinburgh, Scotland and Eliza Sanderson daughter of the late Alexander Sanderson builder Dalkeith, Scotland. Executors: William BENNY solicitor Adelaide and James Neilson SMITH farmer Fords Application 24550

SANDERSON, WY clerk to Messrs FR & F AYERS solicitors Adelaide 1878[-1905] Memorial 6/306

SANDERSON, WY articled clerk Adelaide 1879[-1881] Memorial 211/316

No 1

SANDERSON, William Younghusband of Brighton an infant aged 5 months 1880 Memorial 243/442

No 2

SANDERSON, William Younghusband gentleman Adelaide Co Adelaide. Brownlow (Hundred of Menzies) township allotment land grant 1882 Grant Book 11 Page 43 County Carnarvon

SANDERSON, William Younghusband of North Adelaide, died 8/10/1883 The Semaphore, a bachelor and intestate. Estate worth £650. Son of Frederic James Sanderson of North Adelaide Collector of HM Customs Memorial 177/442

No 1

SANDFORD, Alexander Wallace bacon manufacturer The Semaphore 1885 Application 20741

SANDFORD, Alexander Wallace produce salesman Adelaide, about to leave Australia for a time, power of attorney to James Wallace Sandford salesman Walkerville, to manage his Australian business affairs 9/6/1903 Deposit 17/1904

SANDFORD, Alexander Wallace salesman Adelaide linked with James Wallace Sandford salesman Walkerville 1904 Memorial 230/450

SANDFORD, Charles Clark shoemaker Adelaide (South Tce) 1846 Memorial 338/157

SANDFORD, Emily spinster Adelaide 1849 Memorial 424/18

SANDFORD, Harry farmer Tea Tree Gully 1891 Application 22170

SANDFORD, John labourer Salisbury 1909, declared that he had lived in Salisbury for 51 years Application 25657

No 1

SANDFORD, Jonathon Esquire 77 Chancery Lane, London, Middlesex, England, extended power of attorney to his cousin, William Sandford late of London, now of Edgeton in SA, to manage his SA real estate 1840 Application 18640

SANDFORD, Edward clergyman Elland near Halifax, Yorks, England (as Receiver of the Sandford Estate), power of attorney to Frederic WICKSTEED auctioneer and land agent Adelaide, to manage the SA business affairs of Jonathan SANDFORD now residing at the Royal Infirmary and Lunatic Hospital near Manchester, Lancs 5/5/1858 Deposit 51/1865

No 1

SANDFORD, William Esquire Adelaide 1839 Application 26765

SANDFORD, William Esquire formerly of London but now of Edgeton near Adelaide 1840[-1847]. Local attorney for Jonathon Sandford 77 Chancery Lane, Middlesex Memorial 462/3

SANDFORD, William gentleman Edgeton near Kensington 1851 Memorial 93/36

No 1

SANDFORD, William labourer Edwardstown East, aged 52 1914, declared that all his brothers had left the family property some 40 years ago, with the exception of his brother, Thomas Sandford, who had left home to go to Oodnadatta some 12 years ago and then moved further north where he would not answer any correspondence for some unknown reason. Frederick aged 60 and Richard Sandford the Younger aged 55 years also at Oodnadatta. Robert Sandford supposed to be in Queensland and had not been heard of for many years. James Sandford had died. The father, Richard Sandford the Elder, came to the Edwardstown farm in 1865. He lived in a two roomed brick house which had long since crumbled and disappeared by 1914. He remarried in 1874 and died intestate in 1888. His estate had consisted of nothing more than a stretcher, a table and some chairs Application 26375

No 1

SANDFORD, William labourer Biggs Flat, died 29/7/1930 Grant Book 2 Page 108 County Adelaide

SANDFORD, William Frederick gentleman Pt Adelaide 1854[-1857] Memorial 127/77

No 1

SANDFORD, William Mathews gentleman Adelaide 1850[-1853] Memorial 175/28

SANDFORD, William Mathews solicitor Adelaide 1853[-1896] Memorial 268/52 Husband of Caroline Sandford 1853 Memorial 80/57, Application 18319

SANDFORD, William Mathews barrister Adelaide 1874 Application 13887

SANDFORD, William Mathews and RICHARDSON, WEH solicitors Magarey Buildings, Waymouth St, Adelaide 1894 Application 22638

SANDFORD, William Mathews solicitor 32 Waymouth St, Adelaide 1901 Application 24230

SANDFORD, William Mathews solicitor First Ave, College Park, died 6/2/1902, of chronic gastritis and senile decay, aged 78 Application 29541

SANDILAND, John H law clerk Pt Adelaide 1881 Memorial 82/333

No 1

SANDILANDS, George commercial traveller Adelaide Pt Germein township allotment land grant 1879 Grant Book 24 Page 685 County Frome

SANDILANDS, George commercial traveller Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1880 Grant Book 60 Page 131 County Victoria

SANDILANDS, Robert of Ardrossan 1882[-1886] Memorial 46/343

SANDISON, Charlotte Isabella and Wilhelmina Sandison spinsters Glenelg 1894[-1899] Memorial 20/421

No 1

SANDISON, Christopher dairy farmer Glenelg 1888[-1899] Memorial 115/391, Application 23925

SANDISON, Christopher grazier Glenelg and Isabel Sandison his wife 1898 Memorial 225/434

No 1

SANDISON, George labourer Lizard Lodge, O’Halloran Hill 1848 Memorial 453/11

SANDISON, George Esquire O'Halloran Hill 1855 Memorial 63/84

SANDISON, George gentleman Myrtle Bank O'Halloran Hill 1871 Memorial 150/252

SANDISON, George farmer Myrtle Bank O'Halloran Hill, died 1872 Memorial 10/261

SANDISON, Susan Ann widow of the late George Sandison Senr farmer Myrtle Bank O'Halloran Hill, died 3/5/1886, of sclerosis, aged 61. Her children included Emily PEARCE wife of Francis Thomas Pearce farmer Maitland and Hannah Sandison spinster O'Halloran Hill (died 1/5/1897 Maitland). Sons appear to have been George Sandison Junr farmer Myrtle Bank O'Halloran Hill 1909 and Harry George Sandison clerk Glenelg 1897 Application 25665

SANDISON, Georgina spinster O'Halloran Hill daughter of the late Isabella Bannerman Sandison formerly widow Glenelg now deceased. Charlotte Isabella and Williamina Sandison spinsters Glenelg were further daughters. Christopher Sandison dairy farmer Glenelg also a member of this family 1899 Memorials 138, 209-210/438

SANDISON, Harry George fruitgrower East Marden and Charlotte Isabella Sandison spinster Brighton Road, Glenelg, beneficiaries under the will of the late Willliamina Sandison no description, who died c1922. By 1925, HG Sandison was a licensed victualler at Gawler Memorials 60 & 61/502

SANDISON, John Reid farm labourer Coomooroo 1936 Book 13 Page 269 County Dalhousie

No 1

SANDISON, Joseph farmer Glenelg 1863 Memorial 98/187

SANDISON, Isabella widow Glenelg 1884 Memorial 102/358

SANDISON, McHenry police constable Parkside 1936. The Sandison family had close links many years previously with George Louis John MCHENRY Esquire of parts beyond the seas

Memorials 41/510, 20/421

SANDISON, Williamina and Charlotte spinsters Glenelg 1899 Application 23920

No 1

SANDLAND, Clement Clerk of the District Council of Pt Elliot Pt Elliot 1924, in office since 1/1/1920 Application 27264

SANDLAND, Clement Pt Elliot District Council Clerk 1935. Born 21/9/1864. He had been Clerk since 1921 Application 27962

SANDIVELL, Thomas dairyman Le Fevre Peninsula 1856 Memorial 188/99

No 1

SANDLAND, John farmer Rowlands Flat 1854[-1859] Memorial 242/71

SANDLAND, John gentleman now or late of Rowlands Flat 1860 Memorial 261/165

SANDLAND, John Esquire Rowlands Flat Lyndoch Valley. Hundred of Barossa land grant 1860 Grant Book 1 Page 52 County Adelaide

SANDLAND, John stockholder Woodlands Lyndoch Valley 1867 Application 8336

SANDLAND, John gentleman Woodlands Lyndoch Valley 1874 Memorial 4/274

SANDLAND, John gentleman Woodlands near Lyndoch and Sarah Sandland his wife linked with John Chester Sandland gentleman Koonoona near Kooringa 1880[-1881] Memorial 147/322

No 1

SANDLAND, John C station overseer near Kooringa 1880 Memorial 33/327

SANDLAND, John Chesters sheep farmer near Kooringa 1880 Memorial 194/327

SANDLAND, John Chesters gentleman Koonoona near Burra 1895 Application 23002

SANDLAND, John Chesters sheepfarmer Kooringa. St Mary's Anglican Church trustee 1905 Memorial 8/454

SANDLAND, John Chesters sheep farmer Kooringa 1906 Application 25099

SANDLAND, Robert Cooper auctioneer Jamestown 1883[-1885] Memorial 138/349, Application 20757

No 1

SANDLAND, Thomas of Mannanarie. Hundred of Erskine land grant 1884 Grant Book 13 Page 426 County Dalhousie

SANDLAND, Thomas sheepfarmer Mannanarie 1893 Memorial 24/417

SANDLAND, Thomas sheepfarmer Kooringa and Ellen Mary Sandland his wife 1893 Memorial 184/419

SANDLAND, Thomas sheepfarmer Kooringa. St Mary's Anglican Church trustee 1905 Memorial 8/454

SANDLAND, Thomas sheepfarmer Kooringa. His wife, Ellen Mary Sandland, died 3/5/1919 Adelaide Memorial 188/478

SANDLAND, William Edward grazier Erskine 1885 Memorial 68/370

No 1

SANDLAND, William Humphrey sheep farmer Kooringa 1920 Application 26837

SANDLAND, William Humphrey sheep farmer Kooringa Sealholder of the Burra Burra Sports Association Inc 1933 Application 27904

SANDLAND, William Humphrey pastoralist Heathmount Kooringa, died 9/11/1942. Husband of Stella Marion Sandland. Brother to Keith Chesters Sandland, and Mettie Rubelle ASHTON Memorial 94/517

No 1

SANDMEYER, Friedrich Wilhelm Eduard farmer The Bremer 1854[-1857] Memorial 75/79

SANDMEIER, Wilhelm farmer near Hahndorf. Member St John German Protestant Church Hahndorf 1859 Memorial 301/153

SANDMEYER, Friedrich Wilhelm Eduard farmer Callington Co Sturt. Hundred of Blanche land grant 1859 Grant Book 30 Page 54 County Grey

SANDMEYER, Wilhelm farmer Mt Gambier. Hundred of Kongorong land grant 1866 Grant Book 31 Page 31 County Grey

SANDMEYER, Wilhelm farmer Drop Drop near Mt Gambier, had died before 1895 Memorial 186/425

No 2

SANDMEYER, William farmer Drop Drop [Son of Heinrich Sandmeyer] 1929 Application 27720

SANDMEYER, Heinrich Christoph shoemaker Adelaide 1855[-1860] Memorial 375/86

SANDO, Anthony shoemaker Reedy Creek 1849[-1856] Memorial 417/17

SANDO, Eva of St Peters. WR Sando mentioned but not described 1888 Memorial 206/389

SANDO, Henry Edwin surveyor Adelaide (Grenfell St) 1883 Memorial 94/350

SANDO, Hubert Hillman estate agent Adelaide (Grenfell St), died 16/12/1947 Memorial 128/522

No 1

SANDO, John metal worker Adelaide (Flinders St) 1857 Memorial 240/113

SANDO, John iron and zinc worker Stepney 1861 Memorial 240/176

SANDO, John tinplate worker and Joseph Carne Sando both of Stepney 1864 Memorial 159/194

SANDO, John ironworker Stepney 1877 Memorial 187/303

SANDO, John metal worker Stepney 1878 Memorial 56/305

SANDO, John gentleman St Peters, died c1905. Father of William Robert Sando agent Adelaide and John Anthony Sando auctioneer Adelaide. Benefactor to the Church of Christ chapel in Chapel St, Norwood Memorial 230/453

SANDO, John Anthony auctioneer Adelaide 1911. Linked with John Sando gentleman St Peters, who died 1905 Application 25996

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

SANDO, Joseph Carne mason Stepney 1857 Memorial 59/127

SANDO, Joseph Carne mason Stepney, died c1866. He left his estate to his wife, Fanny Sando, during her widowhood, and then to his children - Joseph Carne Sando, John Sando, Anthony Sando, Elizabeth DUNN, Fanny MEYERS and William Sando - in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant Memorial 235/212

SANDO, Joseph Carne mason Stepney, died 30/6/1866. He left his estate to his wife, Fanny Sando, for life, then to his children in equal shares. Fanny Sando died 26/1/1875. His son, Joseph Carne Sando, left SA for Vic c1852, and died as a stonemson 17/4/1874 North Fitzroy (widow Mary Sando Rae St, Fitzroy 1875). Remainder of the family 1875 - John Sando tinsmith Stepney, Anthony Sando bootmaker Sturt St, Adelaide, Fanny MEYERS nee Sandow near Eagle on the Hill, Elizabeth DUNN nee Sando wife of Robert Dunn who had deserted her c1871 and William Sando mason Stepney Application 14355.

SANDO, Joseph Carne agent Adelaide trustee for the Beltana King Silver Mining Syndicate 1888 Memorial 81/390

SANDO, Violet of St Peters. WR Sando mentioned but not described 1888 Memorial 205/389

No 1

SANDO, William of Stepney 1857[-1875] Memorial 336/122

SANDO, William of Stepney and Jane Sando his wife 1887 Memorial 68/382

SANDO, William mason Henry St, Stepney, died 23/1/1892, of alcohol the notable cause, aged 56. Husband of Jane Sando 1895 Application 22828

SANDO, William Roberts accountant Adelaide 1894[-1895] Application 22722, Memorial 36/424

No 1

SANDOVER, William licensed victualler Adelaide (Grenfell St) 1856[-1860] Memorial 79/101

SANDOVER, William late innkeeper now out of business Adelaide, about to visit Europe for a time, power of attorney to William Mathews SANDFORD gentleman Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 3012/1865 Deposit 82/1867

SANDOVER, William formerly innkeeper Adelaide but now in parts beyond the seas 1867 Memorial 85/225

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

SANDOVER, William Esquire Unley Park 1888 Memorial 221/230

SANDOVER, William and James DUNCAN coachbuilders Adelaide (Franklin St) 1890 Memorial 30/405

SANDOVER, William Esquire formerly of Unley Park but now of Rose Park 1889[-1894] Application 21658, Memorial 201/422

No 1

SANDOW, Clarence John farmer Auburn 1904 Memorial 154/451

SANDOW, CJ director and MA Sandow secretary Koonowla Ltd whose registered office was situated on pt Section 681 Hundred of Upper Wakefield on the main road between Saddleworth and Auburn 1941 Memorial 114/515

No 1

SANDOW, George miner Kooringa 1854[-1866] Memorial 16/78

SANDOW, George formerly miner Kooringa but now farmer Section 237 Upper Wakefield Special Survey 1856 Memorial 150/151

SANDOW, George farmer Upper Wakefield 1859[-1866] Memorial 98/156

SANDOW, George farmer Trelawny Farm near Watervale 1863 Memorial 191/188

SANDOW, George farmer Upper Wakefield 1865 Application 6444

SANDOW, George farmer Trelawney Farm near Mintaro 1869 Memorial 59/243

SANDOW, George farmer Trelawney Farm near Mintaro, died c1873. Executors and trustees: his brother William Sandow farmer Upper Wakefield, his brother-in-law William BOWENCE miner Wallaroo and James BROWN farmer Montrose Memorial 27/275

SANDOW, George farmer Upper Wakefield, died 24/3/1873. Provision for his widow, Jane Johns Sandow, and his children John Michael Sandow farmer Mintaro, Josiah Sandow coach builder George Town, Elizabeth Jane Sandow, and Mary Sandow Application 23921

No 1

SANDOW, George farmer Gulnare. Hundred of Narridy land grant 1880 Grant Book 60 Page 258 County Victoria

No 2

SANDOW, George fruitgrower Grünthal 1906 Memorial 17/456

No 1 - perhaps the same person

SANDOW, John M of Upper Wakefield 1877 Memorial 21/308

SANDOW, John Michael farmer near Mintaro 1892 Application 22304

SANDOW, JM farmer St Peters 1916 Memorial 197/474

SANDOW, Joseph Carne of Adelaide 1889 Memorial 165/401

No 1

SANDOW, William of Kooringa 1858 Memorial 278/143

SANDOW, William farmer Upper Wakefield 1875 Application 14300

SANDOW, William farmer Yacka and Jane Sanders his wife 1884 Memorial 14/355

SANDOW, WF auctioneer Peterborough 1921 Memorial 183/483

SANDOW, William Robert of Adelaide 1889 Memorial 165/401

SANDOZ, May and KEOUGH, Barbara clerks to Messrs EJ TUCKER & Sons solicitors Strathalbyn 1945 Application 28862

SANDS, A telegraphist 38 Finniss St, North Adelaide 1926 Memorial 97/496

No 1

SANDS, Andrew teamster Leasingham 1858[-1864] Memorial 78/134

SANDS, Andrew labourer Leasingham 1860 Memorial 311/168

SANDS, Andrew contractor Leasingham, died 4/2/1869 intestate. Husband of Margaret Sands, 'who has since died'. Parents of Sarah WILLIAMS married woman Blyth 1923. Estate worth £200 Memorial 119/489

SANDS, Andrew contractor Leasingham, died 4/2/1869 intestate, leaving a wife and 7 children. His estate worth £200. His widow, Margaret Sands, died 10/9/1902. His eldest son, David Sands, died 30/10/1921 Application 27225

No 1 - possibly the same person

SANDS, Augustus William station manager Poltalloch Meningie (Hundred of Bonney) township allotment land grant 1872 Grant Book 54 Page 55 County Russell

SANDS, AW manager Poltalloch 1875 Memorial 82/283

SANDS, Augustus William overseer Poltalloch East Wellington 1877 Memorial 123/299

SANDS, AW manager Mallee Cliffs Station near Wentworth NSW 1889 Memorial 24/398

SANDS, David architect formerly of Chelsea, Middlesex, England, but now of North Adelaide 1849 Memorial 408/16 Formerly of North Adelaide but now of Mt Barker gentleman. Linked with David George Sands gentleman Mt Barker 1850 Memorial 225/24

No 1

SANDS, David George postmaster Kadina. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1871 Grant Book 14 Page 77 County Daly

SANDS, David George civil servant Kadina. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1875 Grant Book 14 Page 85 County Daly

SANDS, David George telegraph operator Kadina. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1879 Grant Book 14 Page 235 County Daly

SANDS, Jack Carlier salesman Tusmore 1932 Memorial 155/505

SANDS, James blacksmith Watervale and Jane Sands his wife 1876 Application 15553

No 1

SANDS, Samuel farmer Wiltshire Special Survey 1847. In partnership with James WALLACE Memorial 411/7

SANDS, Samuel farmer Section 637 Wiltshire Special Survey 1851 Memorial 368/36

SANDS, Samuel farmer Moorooroo Creek 1853[-1854] Memorial 444/51

SANDS, Samuel farmer Rowlands Flat 1859 Memorial 214/153

SANDS, Samuel the Elder farmer Section 637 Wiltshire Special Survey linked with Samuel Sands the Younger farmer Moorooroo Creek 1861 Memorial 213/171

SANDS, Samuel farmer Section 637 Wiltshire Special Survey near Lyndoch 1866 Application 7710

SANDS, Samuel farmer near Lyndoch 1891 Memorial 161/411

SANDS, William engine fitter Gawler South 1913 Application 26214

SANDS, William Robert gentleman Stepney 1881 Application 18879

SANDSTROM, Charles labourer Portland Estate near Pt Adelaide 1874 Memorial 96/275

No 1

SANDWELL, Thomas brewer Walkerville 1848 Memorial 170/12

SANDWELL, Thomas brewer formerly of Walkerville, but now of Pt Adelaide 1848 Memorial 62/25

SANDWELL, Thomas carrier Alberton 1849 Memorial 18/39 Carrier Woodville 1851 Memorial 374/38

SANDWELL, Thomas dairyman Le Fevre Peninsula 1854[-1855] Memorial 493/87

SANDWELL, Thomas milkman Le Fevre Peninsula 1856 Memorial 9/111

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

SANFORD, Benjamin labourer Bowden 1847 Memorial 381/8

SANFORD, Benjamin labourer Barnham, near Arundel, Sussex, England, married Frances nee ? in 1826. Eldest son, Charles Sanford the Younger born 1827 Tingmore, near Chichester, Sussex. The family emigrated to SA. Benjamin Sanford labourer and carrier Bowden 1847. He died 24/5/1848 Bowden intestate. His eldest son, Charles Sanford, inherited as heir at law Application 15419

No 1

SANFORD, Charles carrier Little Para 1854 Memorial 479/82

SANFORD, Charles carrier formerly of Adelaide but now absent therefrom. His attorney was Frances Sanford no description 1867 Memorial 195/293

No 1

SANGER, Mildred medical practitioner Adelaide 1853[-1854] Memorial 100/157

SANGER, Mildred of Rundle St, Adelaide 1855 Memorial 15/87

SANGER, Mildred gentleman Adelaide 1854 Mildred Sanger gentleman Corowa Vineyard near Albury NSW, died 30/1/1867, of colonial fever, pneumonia (six weeks), aged 76. He had been born in Cirencester, Glos, son of John Sanger ironmonger. Married c1812 at Cirencester, Vitty Maria BRENT. M Sanger had been in NSW for 7 years. Father of Edward Sanger of the Corowa Vineyard Application 17923

SANGSTER, A Keith solicitor Adelaide 1937 Memorial 101/511

SANGSTER, Alfred carter Kent Town, died 20/12/1885 Glenelg, of asphyxia from drowning, aged 21 Application 24542

SANGSTER, Cecil Ingham company branch manager Balaklava 1929 Memorial 89/501

SANGSTER, George Johnstone plasterer Kent Town and Mary Anne Johnstone Sangster his wife 1902[-1903] Memorial 78/447, Application 24542

SANGSTER, JJ of Mt Pleasant 1867 Memorial 10/222

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

SANGSTER, John I surgeon Kooringa 1881 Memorial 22/332

SANGSTER, John Ikin medical practitioner Kooringa 1882 Memorial 72/345

SANGSTER, John Ikin the Elder and JI Sangster the Younger medical practitioners Kooringa 1903 Memorial 126/449

SANGSTER, John Ikin medical practitioner Kooringa, died 12/6/1915 North Adelaide Private Hospital Ward St North Adelaide, of acute miliary tuberculosis of the lungs, trachy cardia and exhaustion, aged 43. Born in Castlemaine Vic, he had married aged 30, but had no family 1944 Application 28385

SANGSTER, John Ikin medical practitioner formerly of Kooringa but now of Glenelg 1918 Memorial 164/476

No 1

SANGSTER, William lamp lighter Kent Town 1864 Memorial 226/196

SANGSTER, William painter Adelaide 1879 Memorial 17/318

SANGSTER, Emma widow of William Sangster painter Little Rundle St, Kent Town, died 30/4/1894, of bronchitis and emphysema, aged 60. William POWELL butcher Norwood, who knew her well, said that Mrs Sangster sometimes went by the name of Mrs JOHNSTONE 1903 Application 24542

SANSOM, Alfred butcher Exeter and Elizabeth Sansom his wife 1894[-1902] Memorial 50/421, Application 24482

No 1

SANSOM, George of Adelaide 1839 but then labourer Bowden 1850 Application 6704

SANSOM, George painter Bowden 1841 Application 4482

SANSOM, George yeoman Bowden 1850 Memorial 312/23

SANSOM, George painter Hindmarsh 1854 Memorial 239/63

No 1

SANSOM, Henry baker Hindmarsh 1861 Memorial 88/176

No 2

SANSOM, Henry labourer Exeter 1913 Application 26194

No 1 - perhaps the same person

SANSOM, John labourer Alberton 1849 Memorial 313/17

SANSOM, John of Pt Adelaide 1850 Memorial 289/19

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

SANSOM, John storekeeper Adelaide 1857 Memorial 73/128

SANSOM, John storekeeper Pt Adelaide 1859 Memorial 188/151

No 3

SANSOM, John schoolmaster Beverley and Mary Sansom his wife 1858[-1868] Memorial 167/146, Application 8897

SANSOM, John of Beverley, near Hindmarsh, died c1882. He left his entire estate to his wife, Mary Sansom, for life, then according to the will to his son-in-law, Thomas Michelmore ship chandler Pt Adelaide, for life, then to the testator's grandchildren, John Thomas Michelmore and Mary Simmons Michelmore. However, Mary Sansom pre-deceased her husband in 1879. She had a sister, Fanny EAST who lived at Wick Farm near Abington, Berks, England Memorials 222 & 223/347

SANSOM, John formerly storekeeper Pt Adelaide late schoolmaster Beverley. His wife, Mary Sansom, died 23/8/1879, of acute bronchtis, aged 75, possibly had a life interest in her husband's land in the Portland Estate, Hundred of Pt Adelaide. Mary Simmons MICHELMORE spinster Beverley 1884, inherited this land absolutely [probably in remainder expectant] from her grandfather Application 20228

SANSOM, John teacher Beverley, died 2/8/1872. It is likely that he had lived in the area since c1842. His widow, Mary Sansom, of Pt Adelaide by 1875, but then of Beverley, died 23/8/1879 Beverley, of acute bronchitis, aged 75. William COPLEY MHA Black Rock 1898, said that he went to live at York with his parents in 1854. He attended a night school in 1859 which John Sansom conducted and also ploughed Mr Samson's farm land for him during many seasons. W Copley left York in 1867 Application 23605

SANSOM, Mary widow Beverley 1877 Application 16312

No 1 - probably the same person

SANSOM, Philip compositor North Adelaide linked with William Samson plasterer Bowden 1880 Memorial 184/325

SANSOM, Philip director of the Semaphore Baths Co 1889 Memorial 122/446

SANSOM, Philip out of business Cator St, West Hindmarsh a bankrupt debtor son of Jane Sansom and the late William Sansom. Brother of the late Edward Sansom 1906 Memorial 175/454

SANSOM, Philip out of business Cator St, Hindmarsh 1920 Memorial 151/479

No 1 - recheck this sequence

SANSOM, William of Adelaide 1839 plasterer Hindmarsh 1840 plasterer Bowden 1862 Application 6704

SANSOM, William plasterer Adelaide 1853 Memorial 500/63

SANSOM, William plasterer Bowden 1853[-1874] Memorial 200/55

SANSOM, William plasterer Hindmarsh 1863 Application 4482

SANSOM, WIlliam plasterer formerly of Adelaide but now of Bowden 1880 Memorial 139/323

SANSOM, William plasterer Hindmarsh, died 13/7/1887, of senile decay, aged 68. His wife, Jane Sansom, died 28/11/1916 Orsmond St, Hindmarsh, of senile decay, aged 91. Born in Waddington, Lincs, she had come to SA 65 years ago. Married aged 28 years. 1 daughter living. 1 son and 2 daughters deceased. Mary Elizabeth BATTYE widow Hindmarsh 1921 was a daughter of William Sansom. Philip Sansom out of business Cator St, Hindmarsh, who became a bankrupt on 3/2/1906, was probably a son of W Sansom Application 26856

SANSOM, William plasterer Bowden 1879[-1890] Memorial 68/325

SAMSON, William the Younger carpenter Brompton 1875 Application 14211

No 2

SANSOM, William yeoman Adelaide 1843 Memorial 218/198

SANSOM, William yeoman Adelaide 1873 Application 12714

No 1

SANSUM, William farmer Allen Creek 1851 Memorial 407/30

SANSUM, William formerly sawyer Allen Creek near Kapunda, then miner Little Bendigo Vic, died 7/5/1877. Estate worth £100, to his son, John Sansum miner Little Bendigo Vic 1877 now miner Kapunda 1882 Application 19133

SANSON [perhaps SANSOM?], Eliza spinster Pt Adelaide 1854 Memorial 404/71

No 1

SANTO, Philip carpenter Adelaide 1845[-1846] Memorial 322/5

SANTO, Philip builder Adelaide 1849 Memorial 388/20

SANTO, Philip builder Burra Burra 1851 Enrolment 18/74

SANTO, Philip builder formerly of Kooringa but now of Adelaide 1852 Memorial 427/43

SANTO, Philip builder Adelaide, about to leave the province for England, power of attorney to Amos ARMOUR coach builder Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 6/12/1852 Deposit 98/OA

SANTO, Philip Public Works and Railways Commissioner Adelaide 1863 Memorial 19/191

SANTO, Philip merchant Clapham Park Co Adelaide. Pt Pirie (Hundred of Pirie) township allotment land grant 1872 Grant Book 60 Page 477 County Victoria

SANTO, Philip gentleman Adelaide, about to leave the province for England for a time, power of attorney to James Shaw GREER and James SMITH merchants Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 25/5/1881 Deposit 108/1881

SANTO, Philip agent Santo’s Buildings, Waymouth St, Adelaide 1884 Application 20202

SANTO, Elizabeth widow Adelaide, died 28/2/1904. Mother of Esther Santo. Probably mother-in-law of Thomas Jefferson GORE minister of the gospel New Parkside. Grandmother of Thomas Minor Gore Memorial 45/454

No

SARA, Annie widow Aberdeen near Kooringa, died 5/7/1931 intestate. Mother of Lilias Alicia Sara spinster Kooringa Memorial 148/504

SARA, Annie widow Aberdeen near Kooringa, died 5/7/1931. Her children by 1936 included George Richard Sara storekeeper Biloela Qld, Lillias Alicia Sara spinster Aberdeen, and Samuel Reed Sara confectioner Medindie [Was Annie Sara a daughter of Richard Reed the Elder grazier Aberdeen?] Application 27932

SARA, Arthur timber merchant Broken Hill NSW 1918

No 1

SARA, Frank Tiver storekeeper Aberdeen near Kooringa 1913[-1923] Memorial 149/469, Application 27146

SARA, Frank Tiver storekeeper Redruth near Kooringa 1929 Memorial 57/502

SARA, Frank Tiver storekeeper Ashleigh Ave, Payneham. His wife, Annie Hazel Sara, died 25/6/1947 Memorial 136/523

SARA, Annie Hazel married woman Aberdeen 1926 Application 27526

Application 26653

No 1 - the Elder, the Younger & The Third

SARA, George builder Willunga 1850[-1865] Memorial 151/20 SARA, George builder Willunga 1866 Application 22895.

SARA, George the Younger and William builders Aberdeen near Kooringa. Hallett (Hundred of Hallett) township allotment land grant 1877 Grant Book 8 Page 282 County Burra

SARA, George 70 widower builder Willunga (Father: Cotton Sara) married Peggy POINTON 57 widow Willunga (Father: Joseph POLKINGHORNE) on 13/3/1884 Pointon residence Willunga. Minister: Charles H GOLDSMITH Wesleyan Minister. Witnesses: Thomas Pointon gardener Willunga, Susan J WALTERS Curramulka, Rebecca Pointon of Willunga Application 23316

SARA, George the Elder builder Willunga 1888 Application 21371.

SARA, Peggy wife of George Sara Willunga, died 9/12/1896, of senile decay and apoplexy Application 23300

SARA, George builder Willunga Methodist Church trustee 1915 Application 26429

No 2 - the Younger

SARA, George builder Wellington 1853 Memorial 358/52

SARA, George and William builders Redruth 1875 Memorial 78/280

SARA, George the Younger timber merchant Aberdeen 1883 Memorial 210/349

SARA, George the Younger builder Aberdeen 1886[-1898] Applications 20890, 23676

SARA, George the Younger timber merchant Aberdeen near Kooringa Co Burra. Cockburn (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1886 Grant Book 65 Page 167 County Not named

No 1

SARA, John George general merchant Aberdeen 1919 Application 26827

SARA, John George postmaster Aberdeen near Kooringa 1929 Memorial 59/502

SARA, John George out of business Burra North 1946, declared that he had been familiar with the town of Redruth for over 40 years Application 28460

SARA, Emma Price married woman Aberdeen, wife of JG Sara no description 1926 Application 27481

SARA, Emma Price JP widow Burra North, aged 89 in 1954, declared she had lived in Burra nearly all her life Application 29027

No 1

SARA, Samuel Reed railway employe Aberdeen near Kooringa 1932 Memorial 157/505

SARA, Samuel Reed formerly railway employe Aberdeen near Kooringa but now confectioner Medindie 1935 Memorial 64/509

No 1 - likely to be the same person

SARA, Thomas of Pt Augusta 1879 Memorial 32/314

SARA, Thomas builder Pt Augusta 1887 Memorial 118/386

SARA, Thomas of Willunga turned 21 on 22/2/1858. By 1888, he was at Broken Hill NSW. Probably a relative of George Sara builder Willunga Memorial 96/393

SARA, William builder Broken Hill NSW and Charlotte Sara his wife 1895 Memorial 35/424

SARAFE/SAROFE, Charles grazier Robe S-E 1898 Memorial 97/435

SARD, Edwin undertaker Terowie 1888 Application 21371

No 1

SARAGHAN, Nicholas farmer Navan township 1866[-1867] Memorial 111/498

SARAGHAN, Nicholas shoemaker Navan 1876 Memorial 52/306

SARGANT, Josiah Viney hotel proprietor Rush Inn Willunga 1893[-1894] Memorial 161/418

SARGEANT, Benjamin carpenter North Adelaide (Archer St) 1849[-1851] Memorial 254/18

No 1

SARGEANT, Daniel farmer Unley 1856 Memorial 288/110

SARGEANT, Daniel gentleman Unley 1857 Memorial 78/122

SARGEANT, James of the Hundred of Wonna 1888 Memorial 16/393

SARGEANT, John labourer Payneham 1846 Memorial 26/265

SARGEANT, S labourer Pt Adelaide 1882 Memorial 180/427

SARGEANT, William Foster farmer Marion on the Sturt near Adelaide 1844 Memorial 229/4

SARGENT, Aaron, Henry, James and William of Butcher Gap near Kapunda 1869 Memorial 3/274

No 1

SARGENT, Amos of Salisbury 1855. He took out a 5 year lease of the Salisbury Brewery on pt lot 1 at £2/10/- a week Memorial 330/91

SARGENT, Amos brewer Salisbury 1858[-1864] Memorial 51/136

SARGENT, Amos gentleman Salisbury 1862 Memorial 132/182

SARGENT, Amos Esquire Trewarlett Farm [probably near Salisbury or possibly Section 428 Hundred of Gilbert which he leased from JB ADAMSON] 1865 Memorials 240/203, 199/207

SARGENT, Amos gentleman East Payneham 1867 Memorial 218/223

SARGENT, Amos gentleman Battle Lodge East Payneham 1868 Memorial 53/234

SARGENT, Amos Esquire Battle Lodge East Payneham, near Adelaide, about to leave the province for a time, power of attorney to Richard LANGMAN draper Hindmarsh and William LANG farmer McCaw Creek, to manage his SA business affairs 7/1/1870 Deposit 2/1871

SARGENT, Amos gentleman Battle Lodge near Magill 1872 Memorial 226/258

SARGENT, Amos Esquire formerly of Battle Lodge, East Payneham but now of Christchurch New Zealand 1870 Application 11125

SARGENT, Amos farmer formerly of Salisbury but late of near Riverton, died 17/3/1876, of apoplexy, aged 57. His widow, Lydia Sargent, died 26/6/1892 Gover St, North Adelaide, of cerebral effusion, aged 52. The Sargents had the following children - Grace Hannah BARBER, Amos Albert Sargent, Sarah Ann Sargent, Laura Mary Sargent, Thomas Digory Sargent, Charlotte Mina Sargent, and Ada Elizabeth Sargent Application 25615

SARGENT, Amos died 17/3/1876. By 1893, his daughter, Grace Hannah Sargent, had married a Mr BARBER in Vic. Other children - Amos Albert storekeeper Rhynie, Sarah Ann Sargent spinster North Adelaide, Laura Mary Sargent spinster North Adelaide, Thomas Digory Sargent draper North Adelaide, Charlotte Mina Sargent spinster North Adelaide and Ada Elizabeth Sargent spinster North Adelaide Memorial 132/417

No 1

SARGENT, Henry bricklayer Queenstown 1855 Memorial 127/95

SARGENT, Henry bricklayer Sandridge Vic sold land in Queenstown 1877 Memorial 141/305

No 2

SARGENT, Henry farmer Coghill Creek 1866 Memorial 101/213

SARGENT, H enry farmer Saddleworth Hundred of Appila land grant 1882 Grant Book 24 Page 509 County Frome

SARGENT, James farmer Wonna trustee Wesleyan Methodist Chapel Franklyn Franklyn (Hundred of Wonna) township allotment land grant 1881 Grant Book 40 Page 102 County Kimberley

No 1

SARGENT, John Langton master mariner Adelaide 1850 Memorial 353/26

SARGENT, John Langton master mariner Pt Adelaide, power of attorney to James COOKE and John ACRAMAN merchants Adelaide, trading as Acraman & Co, power of attorney to sell Pt Section 270 Survey B, of 5 acres 7/11/1850 Deposit 218/OA

SARGENT, John Langton master mariner formerly of Adelaide but now of parts beyond the seas 1855 Memorial 214/87

SARGENT, Keith James farmer formerly of Meningie but now of Willunga 1955 Application 29105

SARGENT, Laura Mary, SARGENT, Charlotte Mina and SARGENT, Ada Elizabeth spinsters formerly of North Adelaide, but now of Norwood 1909 Application 25615

No 1

SARGENT, Samuel shepherd Black Springs 1871 Memorial 106/256

SARGENT, Samuel farmer Black Springs 1873 Memorial 13/268

SARGENT, Samuel farmer Yongala. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1879 Grant Book 13 Page 192 County Dalhousie

No 1

SARGENT, Thomas labourer Mintaro 1913 Memorial 181/468

SARGENT, Thomas labourer Mintaro, died 11/2/1924 intestate. Memorial 65/490

SARGENT, Thomas Digory grocer North Adelaide, became a bankrupt in 1895 Memorial 33/425

SARGENT, William carrier Robe 1887 Application 21222

SARMON, Anna spinster Darling River Vic 1854[-1858] Memorials 272/78 & 112/115

SARMOUR, John mariner York township on the Port Road near Adelaide 1850 Enrolment/

SARRE, James tinsmith Adelaide 1869 Memorial 138/244

No 1

SARRE, John carpenter Adelaide 1851 Memorial 296/32

SARRE, John the Younger carpenter Adelaide 1856 Memorial 342/138

No 1

SARSON, Thomas farmer Willunga 1854[-1861] Memorial 391/63

SARSON, Thomas farmer formerly of Willunga 1860 but now of Aldinga1865.He could not write Application 6403

SASS, Heinrich formerly tailor but then out of business Lobethal, died 14/9/1936 Adelaide Hospital. Husband of Ruth Sass Memorial 1/514

No 1

SASS, Johann Joachim Heinrich carpenter Greenock 1857[-1858] Memorial 77/131

SASS, Johann Joachim Heinrich cabinetmaker Greenock Creek and Margaret Sass his wife formerly Margaret DAVENPORT widow 1862 Memorial 335/184

SASS, Johann Joachim Heinrich cabinetmaker Greenock 1867 Application 8737

SASS, Johann Joachim Heinrich carpenter Victorville 1867 Application 8169

No 1

SASSANOWSKY, Hermann farmer Gilles Plains 1850[-1854] Memorial 263/23

SASSANOWSKY, Hermann farmer Windsor 1861 Memorial 47/177

SATCHELL, Benjamin labourer Cockburn Out of Hundreds. Cockburn (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1897 Grant Book 65 Page 171 County Not named

No 1

SATCHELL, Edward shepherd Lyndoch Valley 1845 Crown land grant near Lyndoch Memorial 42/5

SATCHELL, Edward Davis farmer Caddee Farm Lyndoch Valley Special Survey, died c1860 [probably much earlier]. He left his estate to his wife, Ann Satchell, for life, leaving it to her to decide how the children would inherit. Mrs Satchell died c1860. Children mentioned in her will included - Mary Ann Satchell, Thomas Satchell, Richard Satchell, William Satchell, Phoebe CLARK nee Satchell. Executors: Nicholas JOHNS farmer Lyndoch Valley, Thomas WINTON farmer Lyndoch Valley and Charles John Andrews teacher Williamstown [Rebecca Andrews likely to be his wife] Memorials 8 & 9/171

SATCHELL, Frederick Adams labourer Cockburn Out of Hundreds. Cockburn (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1897 Grant Book 65 Page 171 County Not named

SATCHELL, JP clerk to Messrs SYMON, BAKEWLL & SYMON solicitors Adelaide 1884 Memorial 148/357

SATCHELL, William Wesley labourer Cockburn Out of Hundreds. Cockburn (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1897 Grant Book 65 Page 171 County Not named

SATOW, David Urban accountant Russell St, Exeter, died 5/11/1899 Memorial 69/515
No 1

SATTERLEY, Richard miller Lyndoch Valley 1854 Memorial 112/72

SATTERLEY, Richard miller Tanunda 1856 He purchased the Tanunda steam flour mill and plant on pt lot 8 'situated on the Murray Road in the village of Tanunda' for £204 from Daniel SCHLINKE farmer Tanunda Memorial 497/96

No 1

SAUER, August labourer Nuriootpa 1858 Memorial 334/132

SAUER, August formerly of Nuriootpa but now farmer Middle Creek near Wodonga Vic 1872 Memorial 10/264

SAUER, Eduard hawker Nuriootpa 1886 Application 21087

SAUER, Heinrich Gustav farmer Hundred of Bundey 1883 Memorial 167/348

No 1

SAUER, Johann Friedrich farmer Ebenezer 1859 Memorial 141/152

No 2

SAUER, Johann Friedrich mason Nuriootpa 1881[-1886] Memorial 92/331, Application 21087

SAUER, Johann Hermann of the Hundred of Yanyarrie 1887 Memorial 51/384

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

SAUERBIER, Christian baker Sydney NSW 1844 Memorial 105/4

SAUERBIER, Christian gentleman Adelaide 1850 Memorial 228/22

SAUERBIER, Christian gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now of Happy Valley 1892 Memorial 171/413

SAUERBIER, Christian the Elder gentleman Happy Valley died 21/10/1893. His personal estate and life interest in part Town Acre 46 Adelaide, occupied by Moore and Co, to his wife, Margaret Ann Sauerbier. After her death, the land to be sold and the three sons to share equally absolutely in remainder expectant in the proceeds. Son Johann Christian Sauerbier the Younger of Happy Valley to get Happy Valley land; son John James Sauerbier to get Clarendon Estate; and son George Sauerbier to get two sections on Flagstaff Hill. Estate worth £26,290/11/1. Enrolment 56/54

No 1

SAUERBIER, George farmer Wickham Hill 1893 Application 22479

SAUERBIER, George farmer near McLaren Vale linked with John James and John Christian Sauerbier farmers Happy Valley 1894 Memorial 217/421

No 1 - Johann Christian Saubier the Elder

SAUERBIER, John above 21 Bay Road (Father: Germand Sauerbier) married Hannah TAPLEY above 21 Adelaide (Father: Thomas Tapley) on 17/4/1866 St Marys Sturt Witnesses: John Tapley sheep farmer Myponga, Richard Tapley shipping agent Caversham Port Rd. By 1878, the John Sauerbiers were living at Mitcham Application 16561

SAUERBIER, John gentleman Lower Mitcham 1878 Memorial 36/308

No 2 - Johann Christian Sauerbier the Younger

SAUERBIER, John Christian the Younger farmer Happy Valley, John James Sauerbier formerly farmer Happy Vally now gentleman Malvern, and George Sauerbier farmer near McLaren Vale 1915, sons of Christian Sauerbier the Elder who died in October 1893. He left his son, George Sauerbier, the property known as Wickham Park at Wickham Hill near McLaren Vale Application 26450

SAUERBIER, Mabel Phoebe wife of John Christian Sauerbier farmer Happy Valley, did 'the surname of Sauerbier so abandon … on behalf of herself and her heirs and issue lawfully begotten … and in lieu thereof adopt and assume the name of ABERFOYLE'. Her husband also did the same thing 1917 Memorials 200/475 & 1/476

SAUERBIER, John James formerly farmer Happy Valley but now gentleman Fisher St, Malvern 1915. Brother to John Christian Sauerbier farmer Happy Valley Application 26421

SAUERWALD, Bernhard farmer Adelaide 1853 Mt Barker farm land purchase Memorial 425/52 Farmer Balhannah 1854 Memorial 381/65

SAUERWALD, Sydney labourer Port Road, Carrondown 1950 Memorial 119/525

SAUNDER, James mason Kooringa 1878 Memorial 217/312

SAUNDERS, Alfred Evelyn storeman Yatala East 1941 Application 28286

SAUNDERS, Alfred S clerk Pt Adelaide 1878 Memorial 84/306

SAUNDERS, Alfred Thomas merchant Pt Adelaide 1885[-1887] Memorial 108/366, Application 20917

No 1

SAUNDERS, Arthur farmer Hundred of Waterloo 1857 Memorial 148/119

SAUNDERS, Arthur farmer Waterloo Plains 1868[-1880] Application 9614, Memorial 12/343

SAUNDERS, Arthur farmer formerly of Waterloo Plains near Kapunda but now of near Hamilton on the Light 1893 Memorial 154/418

SAUNDERS, Arthur Henry farmer Hundred of Parnaroo 1893 Memorial 1481/418

SAUNDERS, Edmund labourer Pt Adelaide 1879 Application 17655

SAUNDERS, Edwin formerly miller Yarcowie but now labourer Mutooroo 1907 Memorial 65/457

No 1

SAUNDERS, Ernest Charles land agent and sharebroker Adelaide (Royal Exchange) 1897 Memorial 2/431

SAUNDERS, Ernest Charles agent Adelaide (Royal Exchange, King William St) 1899 Memorial 104/439

SAUNDERS, Ernest Charles sharebroker Adelaide (Royal Exchange, King William St) linked with EW Saunders accountant Adelaide 1902 Memorial 216/446

SAUNDERS, Ernest Charles agent Marryatville 1898 Memorial 39/436

SAUNDERS, Ernest Charles importer Adelaide (Royal Exchange) linked with Emily C Saunders and Una G Saunders both of Blackwood 1905 Memorial 9/454

SAUNDERS, Ernest Charles land agent Adelaide and SAUNDERS, Ernest Walter accountant Adelaide 1906 Application 25233

SAUNDERS, Ernest Charles agent Adelaide 1912 Application 26147

SAUNDERS, Ernest Charles and ASHBY, Edwin land agents Adelaide 1910 Application 25757

SAUNDERS, Ernest Charles Saunders land agent Adelaide. Father of Cyril Arthur Saunders land agent Adelaide 1927 Application 27595

SAUNDERS, Ernest Walter accountant Adelaide 1916 Application 26514

SAUNDERS, Esther widow Day Tce, Croydon, relict of the late Thomas Saunders no description 1907 Application 25297

SAUNDERS, Frederick A tea merchant Adelaide 1888 Memorial 232/389

SAUNDERS, Harold Frederick station manager Gum Creek near Burra 1924[-1931] Memorial 8/492

SAUNDERS, Henry butcher formerly of Kapunda early 1865 but now of Bowden mid 1865 Application 6291

No 1

SAUNDERS, Henry Livingstone brickmaker Armagh near Clare and Estelle Marie Saunders his wife 1917 Memorial 173/482

SAUNDERS, Henry Livingstone formerly brickmaker Armagh near Clare but now labourer Mt Lofty 1921 Memorial 174/482

SAUNDERS, James and Alexander bacon manufacturers Mt Gambier 1885 Application 20741

No 1

SAUNDERS, John farmer Kapunda 1855 Memorial 340/91

SAUNDERS, John farmer near Hamilton 1861 Application 2014

SAUNDERS, John farmer Waterloo Plains. Beverley township allotments sale 1864[-1874] Memorial 337/192

SAUNDERS, John farmer Waterloo Plains 1866 Application 7930

SAUNDERS, John farmer [formerly of Kapunda but now of] Little Hood Farm near Hamilton on the Light 1866 Memorial 53/213

SAUNDERS, John miller and storekeeper Yarcowie. Trustee unnamed Cemetery Hundred of Terowie Hundred of Terowie land grant 1875 Grant Book 40 Page 3 County Kimberley

SAUNDERS, John storekeeper and miller Yarcowie. Yarcowie (Hundred of Whyte) township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 464 County Victoria

SAUNDERS, John miller Yarcowie, died 25/6/1877. By 1880, his widow, Sarah Ann Saunders, was still at Yarcowie. Family - Arthur Saunders farmer Waterloo Plains near Kapunda, Rebecca GORDON (21 on 31/3/1877 and married 9/12/1877 at Yarcowie) wife of William Gordon of Jamestown, and Edwin Saunders miller Yarcowie Memorial 12/343

No 2 - possibly the Elder

SAUNDERS, John brewer Kensington 1857[-1879] Memorial 36/120

No 3 - possibly the Younger

SAUNDERS, John brewer's traveller Adelaide 1863[-1870] Memorial 207/203, Application 9494

SAUNDERS, John licensed victualler formerly of Adelaide but now of Wentworth NSW 1874 Memorial 221/272

SAUNDERS, John formerly brewer's traveller Adelaide but now licensed victualler Wentworth NSW 1876 Application 14985

SAUNDERS, John gentleman formerly of Adelaide but then of Wentworth NSW, died 2/8/1883 at Menindie NSW. He left his entire estate absolutely to Mary Elizabeth MITCHELL of Menindie, but presently living in Adelaide Memorial 39/355

No 4

SAUNDERS, John farmer formerly of Penwortham early 1880 but now of Booleroo mid 1880 Application 18154

No 5

SAUNDERS, John agent formerly of Fisher St, Norwood, but then of Exeter, died 10/6/1910. Husband of Rachel Saunders, who had moved to O'Connell St, North Adelaide, by July 1910. Estate worth £800 Memorial 81/463

SAUNDERS, John Arthur Henry and Samuel farmers Hundred of Parnaroo 1891[-1897] Memorial 173/409

SAUNDERS, John C & SB Directors SA Tanning Co Ltd Bowden 1875 Application 14509

No 1

SAUNDERS, John Henry storekeeper Mylor 1906 Memorial 17/456

SAUNDERS, John Henry formerly storekeeper Mylor but now engineer Woodville 1924 Memorial 83/490

SAUNDERS, John William storekeeper Melrose near Mt Remarkable 1877 Application 16255

SAUNDERS, Kenneth Arthur company secretary Adelaide 1936, public officer for the firm of Ernest Saunders & Co Ltd of 91 King William St, Adelaide Application 28048

SAUNDERS, Mark licensed victualler Jamestown. John Saunders mentioned but not described 1880 Memorial 6/322

SAUNDERS, Morley Caufield Captain in HM 12th Regiment formerly of Adelaide but now of Golden Fort, Co Wicklow, Ireland, and Henrietta Hindmarsh Saunders his wife 1871 Memorial 141/251

SAUNDERS, Pepita C solicitor Adelaide 1930 Memorial 108/523

No 1

SAUNDERS, Richard mail contractor Mt Remarkable 1857[-1858] Memorial 269/116

No 2

SAUNDERS, Richard labourer Clifton 1857 Memorial 320/120

SAUNDERS, Richard labourer Athelstone 1866 Memorial 79/211

SAUNDERS, Rutland land agent Adelaide, power of attorney to Frederick Arthur SAUNDERS land agent Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 17/9/1884 Deposit 179/1884

No 1

SAUNDERS, Robert of Mt Torrens 1866 Memorial 223/214

No 2

SAUNDERS, Robert labourer Macaw Creek 1871 Memorial 189/257

No 1

SAUNDERS, Samuel farmer North Road 1854 Enrolment 3/34

SAUNDERS, Samuel farmer formerly of the North Road but now of Mitcham 1857 Memorial 60/125

SAUNDERS, Samuel contractor Mitcham 1870 Memorial 191/248

SAUNDERS, Samuel contractor West Mitcham 1873[-1877] Memorial 14/270

SAUNDERS, Samuel contractor Mitcham, died 1/3/1885. HIs estate worth £900 Memorial 157/365

No 1

SAUNDERS, Solomon tobacconist Adelaide (Hindley St) 1872 Memorial 50/259

SAUNDERS, Solomon money agent Adelaide Co Adelaide. Rosetown (Hundred of Lacepede) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 29 Page 218 County MacDonnell

SAUNDERS, Solomon pawnbroker Adelaide Co Adelaide. Quorn (Hundred of Pichi Richi) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 49 Page 5 County Newcastle

SAUNDERS, Solomon money agent Adelaide Co Adelaide. Lucindale (Hundred of Joyce) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 50 Page 132a County Robe

SAUNDERS, Solomon agent Adelaide Co Adelaide. Tarcoola (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1901 Grant Book 65 Page 303 County Not named

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

SAUNDERS, Thomas butcher Hindmarsh 1850 Member of the Hindmarsh United Building Society Memorial 312/27

SAUNDERS, Thomas butcher Adelaide mid 1852 Memorial 328/44 Butcher Hindmarsh by Nov 1852[-1854] Memorial 451/44

SAUNDERS, Thomas the Elder butcher Hindmarsh, died in 1864. Various clauses to apply to the interests of his wife, Marion Saunders, his sons, Joel Saunders, Henry Saunders, Thomas Saunders the Younger and David Saunders and his daughters Ann PEGLER, Hannah COX and Mary Saunders Memorial 161/198

SAUNDERS, Thomas butcher Hindmarsh 1871 Memorial 116/272

SAUNDERS, Thomas butcher Hindmarsh 1882 Application 23831

SAUNDERS, Thomas butcher Hindmarsh 1893 Memorial 20/418

No 2

SAUNDERS, Thomas master mariner Pt Adelaide 1854[-1855] Memorial 371/65

SAUNDERS, Thomas master mariner Queenstown 1854 Memorial 277/79

SAUNDERS, Valentine labourer Truro 1869 Application 10118

SAUNDERS, William of Parachilna 1889 Memorial 151/399

SAUNDERS, William Henry town clerk of the Corporation of the City of Pt Adelaide 1908 Application 25423

SAUPE, Carl August of Melbourne Vic 1891 Memorial 199/408

SAUTER, Emma Maria wife of Charles Sauter 23 University Ave, Glasgow, Scotland, power of attorney to Alfred SEARCY of Parliament House, Adelaide, to claim her legacy from the will of James OWEN, through the Estate’s trustee Henry Arthur GILES gentleman Mt Pleasant [probably the testator's brother-in-law] 13/12/1907 Deposit 1/1908

No 1

SAVAGE, Alfred butcher Allen Creek 1869 Memorial 30/245

SAVAGE, Alfred butcher Allen Creek 1869 butcher Kapunda 1873 Application 12802

No 1

SAVAGE, Arthur William grazier and Charles Savage farmer both of Robe S-E 1921 Memorial 68/482

SAVAGE, Arthur William grazier Robe, aged 65 in 1936, declared that he had lived in the Robe district for 28 years Application 27954

SAVAGE, Arthur William JP retired grazier Robe 1947, declared that he had been born on 14/6/1870 in Robe. He had lived continuously in Robe until 1884, intermittently between 1885-1907, and continuously again since 1907 Application 28530

SAVAGE, Annie Maria married woman Robe S-E 1908 Memorial 223/459 Died 12/10/1919 Memorial 18/480

No 1

SAVAGE, Charles licensed victualler Robe Beachport (Hundred of Rivoli Bay) township allotment land grant 1879 Grant Book 31 Page 291 County Grey

SAVAGE, Charles of Robe 1886 Memorial 188/377

SAVAGE, Charles licensed victualler Robe 1886[-1898] Memorial 248/380

SAVAGE, Charles stockholder Robe 1887 Application 21236

SAVAGE, Charles farmer Robe 1893 Memorial 150/416

SAVAGE, Charles farmer Robe, died 4/5/1928 Memorial 36/500

SAVAGE, ED gentleman Woodside 1862[-1865] Memorial 93/186

SAVAGE, Evan Cecil Secretary to Auldana Ltd, Penfold Rd, Magill 1945 Application 28420

No 1

SAVAGE, Henry farmer Kapunda 1859 Memorial 114/149

SAVAGE, Henry labourer Saddleworth 1859 Saddleworth Primitive Methodist trustee Memorial 176/160

No 2

SAVAGE, Henry clerk Norwood 1880 Memorial 238/324

No 3

SAVAGE, Henry builder Robe 1895 Memorial 203/424

SAVAGE, Henry farmer Robe S-E 1908[-1926] Memorial 167/459

SAVAGE, Henry labourer Robe S-E, died 20/1/1931. He left his entire estate to Annie SMYTH married woman Robe S-E Memorial 157/504

No 4

SAVAGE, Henry importer Grenfell St, Adelaide 1903 Application 24521

No 1

SAVAGE, James labourer New Hamburgh 1854 Memorial 397/65

SAVAGE, James labourer New Hamburgh 1862 Application 3516

SAVAGE, James labourer formerly of New Hamburgh but now of Strathalbyn 1894 Memorial 189/421

SAVAGE, John blacksmith Bowden 1893[-1895] Memorial 95/417

SAVAGE, Lavinia widow Woodside 1858 Memorial 161/139

No 1

SAVAGE, William labourer Prospect 1853[-1854] Memorial 219/49

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

SAVAGE, William teamster Unley 1854 Memorial 266/79

SAVAGE, Wiliam teamster formerly of Unley but now of Kapunda 1857 Memorial 324/119

No 3

SAVAGE, William stone mason Robe 1856[-1882] Memorial 226/101, Application 1469

No 4

SAVAGE, William publican Kent Town 1868[-1870] Memorial 219/229

SAVILL, James farmer St Leonards 1854[-1856] Memorial 272/90

No 1

SAVILL, Robert gentleman Pt MacDonnell Hundred of MacDonnell land grant 1864 Grant Book 30 Page 275 County Grey

SAVILL, Robert farmer MacDonnell Bay Hundred of Caroline land grant 1866 Grant Book 31 Page 6 County Grey

SAVILL, Robert dairyman Allendale East Hundred of MacDonnell land grant 1884 Grant Book 30 Page 279 County Grey

SAVILL, Robert farmer Allendale East Hundred of MacDonnell land grant 1890 Grant Book 30 Page 281 County Grey

No 1

SAVILLE, Richard miner Kapunda 1875 Application 14239

SAVILLE, Richard miner Kapunda linked with Margaret Saville widow Kapunda 1881 Memorial 24/330

SAVORY, Henry Bladon gentleman Adelaide 1837[-1838] He witnessed many early land dealings. Was he clerk to JH FISHER the Resident Commissioner? Memorial 29/1

SAVIOUR, Richard the Elder yeoman Nairne 1857 Memorial 263/134

No 1

SAWBRIDGWORTH, George mariner Pt Adelaide 1852 Memorial 73/42

SAWBRIDGEWORTH, George gold digger Pt Adelaide 1853 Memorial 300/51

SAWBRIDGEWORTH, George mariner formerly of Pt Adelaide but now of Melbourne Vic 1859 Memorial 20/155

SAWBRIDGEWORTH, George formerly mariner Pt Adelaide 1852 now farmer Greenhills near Blackwood Vic 1877 Application 16300

No 1

SAWER, George Edward clerk Glenelg 1854 Memorial 5/67

SAWER, George Edward schoolmaster Glenelg 1854[-1858] Memorial 42/71

SAWER, Emily Ann widow formerly of Eden Valley, but now of North Adelaide, about to leave the province, power of attorney to Nathaniel Nathaniel OLDHAM gentleman Adelaide, to manage her SA business affairs 7/5/1881 Deposit 92/1881

No 1

SAWERS, Alexander Dewar stockholder Uno Run Gawler Ranges 1877[-1883] Memorial 149/301

SAWERS, Alexander Dewar stockholder Barrier Ranges 1882[-1887] Memorial 119/341

SAWERS, Alexander Dewar sheep farmer Uno Station linked with William Ross Sawers brewer Adelaide 1885 Memorial 161/371

SAWERS, Alexander Dewar sheep farmer Uno Station NSW 1886 Memorial 148/378

SAWERS, Alexander Dewar stockholder Uno Station via Pt Augusta 1887 Memorial 2/384

SAWERS, William Dewar stockholder Pt Augusta 1889 Memorial 168/398

No 1

SAWERS, William Ross gentleman Adelaide 1869 Memorial 143/242

SAWERS, William Ross brewer Adelaide 1876 Memorial 193/292

SAWERS, William Ross accountant Adelaide 1877 Memorial 47/298

SAWERS, William Ross brewer Adelaide, about to leave the province and reside abroad for a time, power of attorney to Samuel Robert FOX accountant Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs, including the duties of trusteeship of the estate of John PRIMROSE brewer Adelaide 19/6/1883 Deposit 177/1883

SAWERS, William Ross, William Selby DOUGLAS and Auguste DAVIES brewers Adelaide (Union Brewery, Rundle St) trading under the style or firm of John PRIMROSE & Co 1886 Memorial 178/376

SAWERT, August bootmaker Mt Gambier Beachport (Hundred of Rivoli Bay) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 31 Page 283 County Grey

SAWERT, Caspar Heinrich farmer Friedrichstadt 1849 Memorial 156/18

No 1

SAWFORD, James labourer Pt Adelaide 1854[-1855] Memorial 29/72

SAWFORD, Isabella widow Shoreham near Largs Bay, died c1907. Mother of Walter Ernest Sawford labourer Shoreham. Estate worth £45 Memorial 174/466

SAWFORD, Victor William waterside worker Church St, Pt Adelaide, and Lawrice Adell Sawford his wife 1943 Memorial 7/517, Application 28343

SAWFORD, Walter Ernest labourer Shoreham 1917[-1918] Memorial 191/476, Application 26666

SAWFORD, WM of Adelaide 1853 Memorial 185/47

No 1

SAWLE, James and John HART labourers Adelaide 1842 Memorial 97/52

No 2 - likely to be a continuation of No 1

SAWLE, James mason Adelaide 1843 Memorial 275/3

SAWLE, James mason Angas Park 1846 Memorial 60/173

SAWLE, James [formerly mason Angas Park but now] builder Adelaide a member of the United Methodist Church of SA. 1850 Memorial 487/21

No 3 - likely to be the same person; perhaps a continuation of No 2

SAWLE, James farmer Angaston 1853 Memorial 129/140

SAWLE, James Dissenting minister Angas Park 1854 Memorial 223/75

SAWLE, James Congregational minister Angaston, died 6/11/1854 intestate, leaving his eldest son, James Wright Sawle, as heir at law. James Sawle's widow called Mary Sawle Application 9887

No 1

SAWLE, James Wright farmer Angas Park 1857 Memorial 59/126

SAWLE, James Wright farmer Angaston 1858 Memorial 130/140

SAWLE, James Wright farmer Woodford Farm near Gawler only son and heir at law of the late James Sawle of Angaston now deceased and Mary Sawle widow Angaston 1861 Memorial 214/181

SAWLE, James Wright farmer Roseworthy 1864[-1883] Memorial 349/197, Application 9789

SAWLE, James Wright farmer Roseworthy 1869

SAWLEY, Francis Lee licensed surveyor 7 Pirie St, Adelaide 1966, declared that he had been born on 6/7/1902 in Adelaide. He lived with his parents at Marion until 1936 Application 29635

No 1

SAWLEY, George farmer Watervale 1857 Memorial 145/120

SAWLEY, George farmer Rice Creek 1867 Application 8662

SAWLEY, George farmer Upper Wakefield 1867[-1877] Memorial 109/224

SAWLEY, George farmer Hundred of Waterloo 1882 Application 19344

SAWLEY, George farmer Hamilton on the Light 1883[-1887] Application 19763, Memorial 134/385

SAWLEY, Henry Charles farmer Hamilton 1883 Application 19763

SAWLEY, Oliver farmer Waterloo Plains 1876 Application 27730

No 1

SAWLEY, William labourer Booleroo Centre linked with Mary Sawley married woman Booleroo Centre daughter of John MCKINNON now deceased 1906 Memorial 236/455

SAWLEY, William labourer Booleroo Centre 1909 Memorial 7/461

SAWREY, Richard miner Kapunda 1864 Memorial 269/203

No 1

SAWTELL, Alfred Edwin watchmaker Pt Adelaide 1874[-1894] Application 13585, Application 22767

SAWTELL, Alfred Edwin jeweller Pt Adelaide 1875[-1885] Memorial 145/280, Application 20582

SAWTELL, Alfred Edwin nautical optician Pt Adelaide 1897 Memorial 23/430

SAWTELL, Charles oculistic optician Adelaide (Rundle St) 1892[-1896] Memorial 69/42

No 1

SAWTELL, Edwin watchmaker Pt Adelaide 1855[-1855] Memorial 115/286

SAWTELL, Edwin watchmaker Adelaide (Rundle St) 1864[-1866] Memorial 1731/224, Application 1607.

SAWTELL, Edwin watchmaker formerly of Pt Adelaide 1855 but now of Adelaide 1871 Application 11577.

SAWTELL, Edwin watchmaker Adelaide 1874 Application 13900

SAWTELL, James saddler Gawler 1849 Memorial 296/14

SAWTELL, John farmer Mayurra Hundred of Mayurra land grant 1879 Grant Book 31 Page 225 County Grey

No 1

SAWTELL, Joseph farmer Modbury 1889 Memorial 95/400

SAWTELL, Joseph farmer Modbury 1907 Application 25287

SAWYER, Andrew Thomas labourer Little Swamp near Pt Lincoln 1885[-1903] Memorial 140/371

SAWYER, Clement Charles motor driver Pt Lincoln, died 11/10/1926. Husband of Violet Everline Sawyer. Father of Gordon Sawyer Pt Lincoln. Estate worth £1,150. Executor; Henry James Sawyer builder Pt Lincoln Memorial 170/496

SAWYER, Cornelius carter Fullarton Estate 1927 Application 27583

SAWYER, Ernest labourer Pt Lincoln 1909 Memorial 26/461

SAWYER, John hotelkeeper Mitcham 1902 Memorial 159/445

SAWYER, Henry James builder Pt Lincoln 1946, declared that he was the executor of the will of Clement Charles Sawyer motor driver Pt Lincoln, who died 11/10/1926. His widow was called Violet Everline Sawyer. Mention also of Gordon Sawyer labourer Pt Lincoln and Vera Helen Sawyer his wife Application 28431

No 1

SAWYER, Joseph of Pt Lincoln 1852 Memorial 61/46

SAWYER, Joseph stockowner Pt Lincoln 1897 Memorial 141/433

SAWYER, Joseph grazier Pt Lincoln 1902 Memorial 196/446

SAWYER, Joseph farmer Mikkiria near Pt Lincoln, died 4/8/1903. Husband of Ann Sawyer Memorial 15/450

SAWYER, Joseph stockowner Mikkirra near Pt Lincoln, died 4/8/1903 Pt Lincoln. Husband of Ann Sawyer. Father of Henry Sawyer grazier Pt Lincoln. Father of Spilsby Sawyer formerly grazier Pt Lincoln but now of Arcoona Station 1916 Memorials 164 & 165/474

SAWYER, Ann widow Mikkiria near Pt Lincoln relict of the late Joseph Sawyer no description 1905 Memorial 30/454

SAWYER, Marram labourer Pt Lincoln, and Asenith Grace Sawyer his wife 1941[-1947] Memorial 117/515

SAWYER, Percival William manager Pt Lincoln 1956 Application 29210

SAWYER, Philip Henry farmer Pt Lincoln and Richard Sawyer sheep farmer Pt Lincoln 1925 Memorial 138/493

No 1

SAWYER, Richard farmer Pt Lincoln and Amelia Sawyer his wife 1905[-1911] Memorial 132/453, Application 26025

SAWYER, Richard retired farmer Pt Lincoln 1929 Memorial 87/501

SAWYER, Rubern General labourer Pt Lincoln 1921 Memorial 181/483

No 1

SAWYER, Spilsby labourer Pt Lincoln 1906[-1911] Memorial 204/454, Application 25225

SAWYER, Spilsby labourer Pt Lincoln 1923, born 17/6/1872 Application 27196

No 1

SAWYER, William labourer Springbank near Mitcham 1860 Memorial 281/188

SAWYER, William labourer Springbank near Mitcham, died 4/9/1873 intestate Memorial 71/497, Application 27583

SAWYER, William died 4/9/1873 intestate. Linked with Cornelius Sawyer carter Fullarton Estate 1918 Memorial 139/477

SAWYER, William August labourer Pt Lincoln 1904 Memorial 215/451

SAWYER, William Edward baker Hindmarsh 1851 Memorial 320/37

SAWYERS, Edward labourer Salisbury 1864[-1865] Memorial 165/194

SAXBY, George Fred mechanic Bowden 1936 Application 28048

No 1

SAXBY, John timber merchant formerly of Adelaide but now of Melbourne Vic 1880[-1881] Memorial 174/334

SAXBY, John out of business St Kilda Vic, died 12/12/1880. Provision for his wife, Annie Saxby, in his will Memorial 69/353

SAXBY, John died 12/12/1880. His widow Annie Saxby formerly of St Kilda but then of Glenelg 1898 Memorial 115/435

SAXBY, Joseph plasterer Gawler 1865[-1888] Memorial 240/207

SAXON, Annie Cecilia married woman formerly of Smithfield but now of Lucindale 1949 Application 28645

No 1

SAXON, George teamster Bordertown. Trustee School Bordertown (Hundred of Tatiara) allotment land grant 1867 Grant Book 66 Page 68 County Buckingham

SAXON, George storekeeper Bordertown 1869 Memorial 245/243

SAXON, George stockholder Bordertown 1868[-1870] Memorial 242/251

SAXON, George licensed victualler Woolshed Inn Bordertown, died 23/2/1871. He left his entire estate in trust for life to his wife, Jane Mary Saxon, then the estate to be sold and the proceeds divided equally amongst all his children absolutely. Mrs Saxon remarried on 13/8/1871 to George Stewart SCOTT storekeeper Bordertown, the executor of her late husband's will Memorial 195/331 & Application 24871

No 2

SAXON, George farmer Hundred of Wirrega Co Buckingham 1888 Memorial 221/393

No 1

SAXON, GH storekeeper Lucindale 1948 Memorial 166/522

SAXON, Annie Cecelia married woman formerly of Smithfield but now of Lucindale 1949 Memorial 146/523

SAXON, Henry yeoman Bordertown. Hundred of Wirrega land grant 1873 Grant Book 7 Page 38 County Buckingham

No 1

SAXON, James farmer Swede Flat Hundred of Wirrega. G Saxon of Wirrega mentioned 1885 Memorial 69/368

SAXON, James farmer Swede Flat 1886 Memorial 240/373

No 1

SAXTON, John the Elder carpenter Bowden, died 17/2/1849. His family included John Saxton the Younger, who died 20/11/1861, aged 19, Philip Saxton who died aged 8, Sarah Jane LOCK nee Saxton wife of Henry Lock farmer Grand Junction, and Emma Saxton of Grand Junction 1868 Memorial 241/233

SAXTON, John Senr married 5/11/1838 Exeter, Devon, England, to Mary nee ? The couple emigrated to SA. John Saxton carpenter Bowden died 17/2/1849 intestate, leaving 4 children - 2 boys and 2 girls. Daughters - Sarah Jane wife of Henry LOCK farmer Grand Junction near Adelaide, and Emma Saxton spinster Grand Junction near Adelaide. John Saxton Junr the eldest son and heir at law died 20/11/1861 intestate and without issue. Philip Saxton the other son died under the age of 8 years Application 9975

SAXTON, Mary widow Bowden, mother of Sarah LOCK wife of Henry Lock no description, and Emma Saxton spinster Adelaide 1872 Memorial 13/339

SAXTON, Mary widow Bowden probably mother of Sarah LOCK nee Saxton wife of Henry Lock farmer Grand Junction, and Emma Saxton spinster Adelaide 1874 Memorial 149/275

No 1

SAYER, Daniel gardener Norwood 1860 Memorial 332/165

SAYER, Daniel gentleman Norwood and Charlotte Sayer his wife 1875 Application 14343

SAYER, Charlotte widow of Daniel Sayer gentleman Norwood, who died c1891 Application 23127

No 2 - probably a continuation of No 1

SAYER, Daniel William of Norwood 1853 Memorial 336/60

SAYER, Daniel William vigneron Norwood 1875[-1878] Memorial 180/283

SAYER, James station manager Bordertown [but then hotelkeeper Mitcham], died 13/7/1900. Executors; Henry PATTERSON saddler Bordertown and Henry SCOUGAL overseer Milang. Husband of Catherine Sayer nee MCINNIS . Father of Flora Ann Sayer, Charlotte Emma Sayer, Martha Sayer, Alexander John Sayer, James Niel Sayer and George Butters Sayer Memorials 97 & 140/441

SAYER, Nelson cabinetmaker Robe 1884 Memorial 43/357

No 1

SAYER, Thomas Benjamin gentleman North Adelaide 1850 Memorial 415/20

SAYER, Thomas Benjamin and William MAXWELL both gentlemen Section 1001 Hundred of Pt Adelaide 1850 Memorial 161/22

SAYERS, Amelia spinster Echunga 1854 Memorial 44/68

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

SAYERS, Charles Henry the Elder gentleman Harcourt House, Franklin St, Adelaide, died c1883. Husband of Sarah Elizabeth Sayers. Children - Charles Henry Sayers the Younger storekeeper Adelaide, Clara Matilda BACK nee Sayers wife of William John Back broker Adelaide, and Jane Salisbury Sayers, Jessie Louisa Sayers and Florence Phoebe Sayers spinsters Adelaide Memorial 30/378

SAYERS, Charles Henry the Elder storekeeper Adelaide died 29/4/1883. His widow Sarah Elizabeth SAYERS late of Harcourt House, Franklin St, Adelaide. Estate to be divided between Charles Henry Sayers formerly the Younger storekeeper Adelaide, eldest daughter Clara Matilda BACK wife of William John Back broker Adelaide and youngest daughter Alice Mabel Sayers. Other daughters were Jane Salisbury Sayers, Jessie Louisa Sayers, Florence Phoebe Sayers spinsters all of Adelaide Deposit 104/1886

SAYERS, Charles Henry formerly the Younger storekeeper Adelaide and Clara Matilda BACK wife of William John Back sharebroker Adelaide, beneficiaries under the will of the late Charles Henry Sayers the Elder 1888 Memorial 215/393

SAYERS, Charles Henry formerly the Younger storekeeper Jarrahdale WA 1889 son of Charles Henry Sayers the Elder no description, who died 29/4/1883 Memorial 186/399

SAYERS, Frederick William labourer Salisbury, aged 66 in 1952, declared that he had lived in Salisbury for 60 years Application 28882

No 1

SAYERS, Henry butcher Bowden settled land in Bowden in trust upon his wife, Harriet Louisa Sayers, for her lifetime/or widowhood, and then to her four children absolutely - Harriet Sayers, Louisa Sayers, Emma Sayers, Henrietta Sayers, Frederick Sayers and Julia Sayers 1868 Memorial 244/230

SAYERS, Henry butcher Bowden, declared a bankrupt on 23/4/1869. Some of his real estate in Bowden salvaged for the benefit of his wife, Harriet Louisa Sayers and his children Memorial 214/242

SAYERS, James farmer Bordertown. Hundred of Tatiara land grant 1875 Grant Book 7 Page 4 County Buckingham

SAYERS, Louisa widow 35 Bacon St, Hindmarsh, aged 77 in 1939, declared that she had lived in Hindmarsh all her life with the execption of several years Application 28226

SAYERS, Robert licensed victualler Port Hotel Pt Adelaide 1878 Memorial 42/311

SAYERS, Thomas Esquire formerly of Calcutta but now on the eve of proceeding to South Australia 1857 Memorial 167/143

No 1

SAYERS, William Joseph licensed victualler Adelaide 1846 Memorial 235/7

SAYERS, William Joseph gentleman Cowandilla 1849 Memorial 219/18

SAYERS, William Joseph formerly merchant Adelaide (Currie St) 1839 but now farmer Reedbeds 1851 Application 6728.

SAYERS, William Joseph gentleman formerly of Cowandilla but now of Melbourne Vic 1875 Memorial 7/286

SAYERS, William Joseph gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now of Melbourne Vic 1878 Memorial 102/307

SAYERS, William Joseph gentleman formerly of North Adelaide but now of Melbourne Vic 1881 Memorial 37/332

SAYERS, Mrs Sarah [nee Wickham] 4 Bodford/Bedford Tce, Drummond St, Carlton Vic 1876, She owned land adjacent to Wickham Park, Kangarilla Application 15078.

No 1

SAYERS, William Robert carpenter Adelaide 1844 Memorial 338/24

SAYERS, William Robert builder Adelaide 1846[-1849] Memorial 312/7

No 1

SCADDEN, Alfred John of the Hundred of Mobilong 1887 Memorial 147/386

SCADDEN, Alfred John farmer Murray Bridge 1888 Memorial 37/391

SCADDING, Arthur out of business Hawthorn and Jane Miller Scadding his wife linked with Frank Scadding farmer Plympton 1915 Memorial 19/473

No 1

SCADDING, John sheep farmer near Overland Corner Murray River 1875 Memorial 219/285

SCADDING, John publican Overland Corner 1878[-1880] Memorial 33/312

SCADDING, John out of business Overland Corner 1882 Memorial 33/344

SCAIFE, Stephenson H clerk Angaston 1855 Memorial 343/94

No 1

SCALES, Charles Albert merchant Adelaide 1901[-1911] Memorial 12/443

SCALES, Charles Albert importer (of the firm of CROOKS & BROOKER) Pt Adelaide Co Adelaide. Tarcoola (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1901 Grant Book 65 Page 304 County Not named

SCALES, George farmer Pt Gawler 1874 Application 13466

SCALES, George McArthur importer (of the firm of CROOKS & BROOKER) Pt Adelaide Co Adelaide. Tarcoola (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1901 Grant Book 65 Page 304 County Not named

No 1 - perhaps the same person

SCALES, James Carlo coach proprietor Clare 1917 Application 26552

SCALES, James contractor Clare 1925 Application 27381

SCALES, James retired groom Clare, aged 80 in 1949, declared that he had lived in Clare for all his life Application 28663

SCALES, James retired coach driver Clare 1922 out of business aged 84 in 1952, declared that he had lived in the Clare district all his life Application 28938

No 1

SCALES, John of Clare 1860 Memorial 12/161

SCALES, John farmer Clare 1860. Linked with Patrick Scales labourer Clare 1870 Application 11075

SCALES, John farmer Armagh 1878 Application 16921

No 1

SCALES, Patrick yeoman Armagh 1863 Memorial 235/190

SCALES, Patrick labourer Armagh near Clare, died 28/6/1910 intestate Cometvale WA. Brother to Jane CORMACK widow Armagh near Clare. Perhaps Patrick Francis Cormack labourer Clare was her son? Estate worth £10 Memorials 191 & 192/470

No 1

SCALES, William draper Adelaide 1856 Memorial 177/109

SCALES, William draper Adelaide 1857 Took over the lease of Grant's Inn Yankalilla [Myponga] for £20 from Isaac LANGLEY licensed victualler Yankalilla Memorial 68/135

SCALES, William licensed victualler Myponga, became a bankrupt c1858 Memorial 113/141

SCAMMELL, Alfred Franklin and SCAMMELL, Robert Gray wholesale druggists Adelaide 1922 Application 27134

No 1

SCAMMELL, Alfred Faulding Secretary of Companies Adelaide (Insurance Chambers, Pirie St) 1883 Memorial 209/350

SCAMMELL, Alfred Faulding stock and station salesman Kapunda in partnership with John MCLAREN, James Wharton WHITE, and Henry Thomas Hindmarsh MORRIS 1886 Memorial 49/375

SCAMMELL, Alice Elizabeth married woman formerly of 108 Brougham Place, North Adelaide but now of Hillbank near Salisbury 1956 Application 29174

SCAMMELL, Charles Alfred farmer Woodside 1902 Application 24511

SCAMMELL, Ernest Arthur of Punyelroo 1887 Memorial 227/382

No 1

SCAMMELL, FG articled clerk Adelaide 1883 Memorial 232/351

SCAMMELL, FG law clerk Adelaide 1884 Memorial 82/361

SCAMMELL, FG solicitor Adelaide 1890[-1909] Memorial 200/402

SCAMMELL, Francis George solicitor Glen Osmond 1921 Memorial 135/482

SCAMMELL, Francis George solicitor Adelaide (Selbourne Chambers, Pirie St) 1922 Application 26732

No 1

SCAMMELL, Luther surgeon and chemist Pt Adelaide and Hindmarsh 1849 Memorial 27/46

SCAMMELL, Luther surgeon and dentist Hindmarsh 1850[-1854] Memorial 76/24 Hindmarsh District Building Society trustee 1854[-1857] Memorial 156/75

SCAMMELL, Luther chemist Pt Adelaide 1859 Memorial 61/152

SCAMMELL, Luther formerly of Hindmarsh but now of Pt Adelaide 1860 Memorial 123/172

SCAMMELL, Luther merchant Unley and Annette Scammell his wife 1897 Memorial 71/432

SCAMMELL, Luther wholesale druggist Unley 1897, said that he had lived in the neighbourhood since c1852. Husband of Lavinia Annett Scammell Application 23349

SCAMMELL, Luther formerly chemist and druggist Adelaide but now out of business Unley 1906 Memorial 135/454

SCAMMELL, Luther wholesale chemist formerly of Adelaide but now of Thomas St, Unley 1904 Application 24719

SCAMMELL, Luther merchant Unley, died 11/3/1910. Husband of Lavinia Annette Scammell. Father of Lavinia Mary Scammell, Francis George Scammell, Ernest Arthur Scammell, Emily Annette Scammell and Florence Euphemia MINCHIN Memorial 29/469

No 1

SCAMMELL, Luther Robert and William Joseph Scammell merchants Adelaide (King William St) 1890 Memorial 166/404

SCAMMELL, Luther Robert and William Joseph Scammell merchants Adelaide (King William St) trading together in co-partnership under the style or firm of FH Faulding & Co 1893 Memorial 61/422

SCAMMELL, Luther Robert wholesale druggist Adelaide 1912 Memorial 236/465

No 1 - the Elder

SCANDRETT, Isaac the Elder carpenter Adelaide 1850[-1856] Memorial 475/26

SCANDRETT, Isaac dairyman Adelaide 1854 Memorial 319/76

SCANDRETT, Isaac carpenter later milkman Rundle St, Adelaide, died 25/2/1863, of gastritis, aged 73. His daughter, Jane Scandrett, had married William LITTLE farmer Adelaide. Their eldest son, Isaac Scandrett Little, was born 31/12/1844 (He was a stockholder in Cobar NSW in 1879). Their daughter, the youngest child, Mary Rea Little, married Christopher GILES. Another son, John Archibald Little, was telegraph station master in Pt Darwin Northern Territory 1880 Application 17923

No 2 - the Younger

SCANDRETT, Isaac the Younger compositor Adelaide 1850 Memorial 74/346

SCANDRETT, Isaac the Younger publican Kangaroo Inn, South Road 1853[-1854] Memorial 306/70

SCANDRETT, Isaac the Younger printer Brisbane Qld 1878 Memorial 75/346

No 1

SCANDRETT, James printer Adelaide 1855 Memorial 66/93

SCANDRETT, James printer Adelaide (Synagogue Place) 1857 Memorial 238/127

SCANDRETT, James formerly printer Adelaide 1855 but now of Norwood 1863 Application 4562

SCANDRETT, James newspaper proprietor Kapunda Co Light. Farina (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 65 Page 77 County Not named

SCANDRETT, James and James ELLIOTT printers and publishers Kapunda 1880 Memorial 67/321

SCANDRETT & ELLIOTT newspaper proprietors and printers Kapunda 1885 Partner James Elliott had died c1884. Husband of Sarah Elliott. James Scandrett continued the business. Application 20740

SCANDRETT, James newspaper proprietor Kapunda 1887[-1898] Memorial 133/384

SCANLAN, John carpenter Kensington 1874[-1882] Memorial 85/272, Application 18706

No 1

SCANLAN, Michael contractor South Adelaide 1855[-1859] Memorial 434/94

SCANLAN, Michael contractor Adelaide (Carrington St) 1860 Memorial 171/169

No 1

SCANLAN, Patrick contractor Thebarton 1858 Application 159

SCANLAN, Patrick contractor Thebarton 1866 Memorial 103/220

SCANLAN, Patrick contractor Mile End. He leased Mitcham freestone quarry land 1862 Memorial 82/182

SCANLON, Patrick farmer Hundred of Mayurra Hundred of Mayurra land grant 1889 Grant Book 31 Page 232 County Grey

No 1

SCANNELL, John farmer Pt Lincoln, died 13/8/1899 Oakden Hill Station intestate. Estate worth £7. Husband of Emma Jane Scannell 1905 Memorial 100/454

SCANNELL, Emma Jane widow at present of Pt Lincoln 1911 Memorial 239/464

SCANNELL, Emma Jane widow Pt Lincoln 1911 Application 28337

No 1

SCANTLEBURY, FW clerk to R HOMBURG solicitor Adelaide 1881 Memorial 41/332

SCANTLEBURY, FW clerk Adelaide 1885 Memorial 201/370

SCANTLEBURY, FW law clerk Adelaide 1886[-1892] Memorial 51/379

No 1

SCANTLEBURY, George Henry greengrocer Adelaide (Hindley St) and Georgianna Amelia Scantlebury his wife formerly Georgianna Amelia COLLINS spinster 1853[-1854] Memorial 100/61

SCANTLEBURY, George Henry blacksmith Adelaide (207 Hindley St) and Georgiana Amelia Scantlebury his wife formerly GA COLLINS spinster 1858 Memorial 329/141

SCANTLEBURY, George Henry farrier Adelaide 1861 Memorial 200/177

SCANTLEBURY, George Henry shoeing smith Adelaide 1875[-1877] Memorial 185/279

SCARBOROUGH, Arthur ganger Kearns Rd, Warradale, aged 63 in 1948. He declared that he had lived in the Marion district since 1890 Application 28625

SCARBOROUGH, John saddler Adelaide (adjoining the Norfolk Arms on the west Rundle St) 1855[-1865] Memorial 157/94

No 1

SCARBOROUGH, John Charlton Methodist minister Angaston 1936 Memorial 197/509

SCARBOROUGH, John Charlton Methodist minister Chief St, Brompton 1946 Superintendent of the Bowden & Brompton Methodist Mission Application 28475

SCARBOROUGH, John Charlton Methodist minister Croydon (Bowden & Brompton Circuit) 1949 Memorial 23/524

SCARBOROUGH, William Edward saddler Adelaide (21 Rundle St) 1878 Memorial 134/312

No 1 - John Bean Scarce

SCARCE, John carpenter Gilberton 1857[-1889] Member of the Atlas Land, Building and Investment Society Memorial 68/125

SCARCE, John carpenter Gilberton 1859 Application 679

SCARCE, John Bean carpenter Gilberton 1871[-1903] Application 11791, Application 24586

No 1

SCARCE, Robert Backhouse tinsmith Brompton 1876[-1881] Memorial 214/289, Application 18361

SCARCE, Robert Backhouse tinsmith Brompton 1889 Application 21667

SCARCE, Robert Backhouse plumber Port Road, Brompton had died by 1922. His widow and daughter, Adela Esther Scarce and Rosa Mary Scarce respectively, were living at Eden Hills by that time Application 27076

SCARCE, Robert Farnham out of business George St, Thebarton, and Susannah Rigley Scarce his wife 1930 Application 27825

No 1 - perhaps the same person

SCARFE, Alfred and Augustus Thomas grocers Adelaide 1871 Application 11638

SCARFE, Alfred and Augustus Thomas Scarfe grocers Pt Adelaide trading under the style or firm of A & AT Scarfe 1873 Memorial 105/341

SCARFE, Alfred ironmonger Pt Adelaide, died 4/5/1881 a bachelor and intestate. Letters of administration to his brother, George Scarfe merchant Adelaide, to settle the £3,200 estate (The brothers' father, Claxon Scarfe the next of kin of Alfred Scarfe being resident in England and out of the jurisdiction of the said Court) Memorial 25/341

No 1

SCARFE, Alfred Augustus accountant Wattle Park Burnside 1905[-1908] Memorial 71/453

SCARFE, Alfred Augustus gentleman formerly of Norwood but now of Robe Tce, Medindie 1919 Application 26826

SCARFE, Arthur Hamilton of Adelaide a liquidator of the Bird in Hand Gold Mining Co Ltd 1890 Memorial 155/417

No 1

SCARFE, Augustus Thomas and Alfred merchants Pt Adelaide 1873 Application 13151

SCARFE, Augustus Thomas grocer and ironmonger Pt Adelaide 1881 Application 18837

SCARFE, Augustus Thomas grocer and ironmonger late of Pt Adelaide, but now of Burnside East, power of attorney to George Scarfe ironmonger Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 3/5/1883 Deposit 26/1884

SCARFE, Augustus Thomas gentleman Pt Adelaide 1884[-1891] Memorial 218/357

SCARFE, Augustus Thomas storekeeper late of Pt Adelaide 1891 Application 21990

No 1

SCARFE, Charles Claxon of Norwood 1868[-1888] Memorial 10/234

SCARFE, Charles Claxon butcher Norwood 1880[-1898] Application 17950, Memorial 188/436

SCARFE, Charles Claxon butcher Norwood, died 8/9/190. Executors; Claxon Alexander Frederick George Scarfe merchant Norwood and Alfred Augustus Scarfe accountant Norwood Memorial 145/485

SCARFE, Clara Gertrude spinster Pt Elliot 1880 Application 18218

No 1

SCARFE, Edmund Alfred Garner farmer Mintaro, aged 56 in 1939, declared that he had been born in Mintaro and had lived there all his life. Allotments 52 and 53 had been used as a general recreation and sports ground for 30 years, comprising 2 tennis courts and a croquet lawn and shed Application 28229

SCARFE, Edmund Alfred Garner apiarist Wirrabara 1947 Memorial 145/521

No 1

SCARFE, Frederick Norman butcher Magill 1850 Memorial 500/26

SCARFE, Frederick Norman butcher Norwood 1853[-1864] Memorial 141/49

SCARFE, Frederick Norman gentleman Norwood, power of attorney to George Scarfe storekeeper and merchant Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 19/1/1865 Deposit 221/1865

SCARFE, Frederick Norman formerly of Norwood but now in parts beyond the seas 1876 Memorial 139/291

No 1

SCARFE, George grocer Pt Adelaide Co Adelaide. Kadina (Hundred of Kadina) township allotment land grant 1861 Grant Book 14 Page 35 County Daly

SCARFE, George of Pt Adelaide 1862 Memorial 197/246

SCARFE, George ironmonger Pt Adelaide 1866 Memorial 62/217

SCARFE, George importer Adelaide 1870 Memorial 198/249

SCARFE, George merchant Adelaide 1889 Memorial 53/398

SCARFE, George, Richard SMITH and Thomas Roger Scarfe merchants Adelaide 1896 Application 23156

SCARFE, George formerly merchant Adelaide, died 14/4/1903. Brother to Charles Claxon Scarfe butcher Norwood and Thomas Roger Scarfe merchant Adelaide Memorial 55/451

SCARFE, George merchant Adelaide and Burnside, died 14/4/1903, leaving an estate of £800,000. Trustees his brothers Charles Claxon Scarfe butcher Norwood and Thomas Roger Scarfe merchant Adelaide to sell the estate and put the cash in trust. All house servants to get £20 each. Each brother (Frederick of Halifax, British North America; Francis Scarfe of Chelsea, England, CC & TR Scarfe) and sister (Louisa Catherine Sara Isidora Scarfe, wife of Frederick Norman Scarfe, Finchley, England), to get £20,000 each. Brother Edward Howard Scarfe of Finchley, England, to get £500 absolutely and the income of £20,000 in trust (the principle to his children absolutely in remainder expectant, if any, after his death).Sister Ellen Laura Scarfe of Finchley, England, to get £500 absolutely and the income of £20,000 in trust (the principle to her children, if any, after his death). Sister Eliza Ann FULLER wife of William Fuller of London, to get the income of £20,000 in trust for her life, then to her husband for life (the principle to their children, if any, after her death). £10,000 to purchase land and erect and furnish 10 3-roomed almshouses or cottages called the Scarfe Homes, within the city or 7 mile radius. A number of £2,000 bequests to nieces and nephews Deposit 16/1904

No 2

SCARFE, George quarryman Mintaro 1894 Memorial 101/422

SCARFE, George labourer Mintaro, died 30/7/1928. Husband of Mary Emily Scarfe. Estate worth £140 Memorial 162/502

SCARFE, George quarryman Mintaro, died 30/7/1928. His widow, Mary Emily Scarfe, Mintaro, died 4/7/1934. Mother of Georgina Emily DUNNING, Edmund Alfred Scarfe labourer Mintaro, William Charles Scarfe labourer Mintaro, Ethel Maud HILL and Clara Jane GARRARD married women Mintaro Memorials 69 & 70/508

SCARFE, George Alfred of Mintaro and Mary Scarfe his wife 1879[-1880] Memorial 37/313

SCARFE, George Claxon butcher Norwood linked with Thomas Roger Scarfe ironmonger Adelaid 1878 Memorial 35/323

SCARFE, George, Richard SMITH and Thomas Roger Scarfe merchants Gawler Place, Adelaide, trading under the style or firm of Geo P Harris Scarfe & Co 1892 Memorial 30/414

No 1 - likely to be the same person

SCARFE, Henry Cornelius tailor formerly of North Adelaide but now of Pt Elliot 1860 Memorial 188/170

SCARFE, Henry C Clerk of the Local Court Pt Elliot 1860[-1872] Memorial 236/169, Application 20381

No 1

SCARFE, Thomas Roger merchant Adelaide 1904 Application 24798

SCARFE, Thomas Roger merchant Norwood 1919 Application 26796

SCARFE, William yeoman Goodwood Park 1859 Memorial 133/152

SCARFE, William Norman butcher Norwood 1856 Memorial 459/96

SCARMAN, Thomas carter Pt Pirie 1891 Application 22101

SCHABER, Joseph farmer Adelaide 1855 Memorial 151/80

No 1

SCHACH, Gottlob wheelwright Hahndorf 1853[-1854] Memorial 193/56

SCHACH, Gottlob machinemaker Hahndorf. Member St John German Protestant Church Hahndorf 1859 Memorial 301/153

No 1 – Traugott Wilhelm Schach

SCHACH,, Wilhelm miller Hahndorf 1855 Memorial 132/90

SCHACH,, Wilhelm miller Western Branch of the Onkaparinga 1857 Memorial 175/125

SCHACH,, Wilhelm miller Woodside 1857 Memorial 185/127

SCHACH, Traugott Wilhelm formerly miller Hahndorf , but then farmer Woodside 1862 Application 3671

SCHACH, Traugott Wilhelm farmer near Woodside linked with Henriette FAUSTMANN widow Hahndorf 1864 Memorial 186/196

SCHACH, Traugott Wilhelm farmer near Woodside 1885 Application 20649.

SCHACHT, Rudolph printer Adelaide 1849[-1850] Memorial 116/22

SCHACHT, Theodor Hermann merchant's clerk Adelaide (Grenfell St) and Emily Schacht his wife 1888 Memorial 70 & 72/390

SCHADOW, Friedrich farmer near Sedan 1885[-1891] Memorial 157/368

SCHAECHE/SCHACHE/SCHÄCHE, Asmadeus Reinhold Imanuel builder formerly of Greenock but now of Unley 1912 Memorial 249/466

SCHAECHE/SCHACHE/SCHÄCHE, Carl farmer Greenock Creek 1855 Memorial 234/83

SCHAECHE/SCHACHE/SCHÄCHE, DWG saddler Angaston 1888 Application 21473.

SCHAECHE/SCHACHE/SCHÄCHE, Ernst and Wilhelm farmers Tanunda 1853 Memorial 156/70

SCHAECHE/SCHACHE/SCHÄCHE, Johann vine grower near Greenock 1865[-1882] Memorial 131/208, Application 19315

No 1 - possibly the same person

SCHAECHE/SCHACHE/SCHÄCHE, Johann Gottlieb and Heinrich Wilhelm farmers of the Torrens 1849 Memorial 350/16 Farmers Adelaide 1851 Memorial 459/28

SCHAECHE/SCHACHE/SCHÄCHE, Johann Gottlieb timber and furniture dealer Greenock 1865[-1883] Memorial 277/207

SCHAECHE/SCHACHE/SCHÄCHE, Gottlob and Ernst farmers formerly of Hallett Valley [but now of near Greenock] 1853 Memorial 135/51

SCHAECHE/SCHACHE/SCHÄCHE, Johannes Gottlieb Wilhelm farmer Mannum 1889[-1891] Memorial 137/402

No 1 - probably the same person

SCHAECHE/SCHACHE/SCHÄCHE, TW [probably Traugott Wilhelm] farmer Cox Creek 1881 Memorial 184/335

SCHAECHE/SCHACHE/SCHÄCHE, Traugott Wilhelm farmer near Mannum 1886 Memorial 248/376

No 1

SCHAEDEL/SCHADEL/SCHÄDEL, Carl Gottlieb cabinetmaker Tanunda 1858 Memorial 93/133

SCHAEDEL/SCHADEL/SCHÄDEL, Carl Gottlieb formerly carpenter Tanunda 1858 but now cabinetmaker Greenock 1863 Application 4093.

SCHAEDEL/SCHADEL/SCHÄDEL, Carl joiner Greenock 1871 Memorial 71/253

SCHAEDEL/SCHADEL/SCHÄDEL, Carl Gottlieb cabinetmaker Greenock, died 29/12/1874. He left his whole estate in equal shares to his wife, Charlotte Juliane Schaedel, and his daughters, Louise Pauline Shaedel and Charlotte Mathilde Schaedel. Estate worth £600 1900 Application 24022.

No 1

SCHAEDEL, Carl Wilhelm cabinetmaker Nuriootpa 1863 Application 4288.

SCHAEDEL, Carl Wilhelm Schaedel cabinetmaker Nuriootpa and Maria Elisabeth nee ZIMMERMANN his wife 1864 Application 5096.

SCHAEDEL, Friedrich farmer Murray Bridge 1885 Memorial 149/368

No 1

SCHAEFER/SCHAFER/SCHÄFER, Carl gentleman Adelaide 1847 Memorial 24/21

SCHAEFER/SCHAFER/SCHÄFER, Carl agent Adelaide (Gawler Place) 1849 Memorial 14/18

SCHAEFER/SCHAFER/SCHÄFER, Carl [formerly agent but then] farmer Adelaide 1849 Memorial 295/19

SCHAEFER/SCHAFER/SCHÄFER, Carl [formerly farmer Adelaide but then] storekeeper Tanunda 1849[-1850] Memorial 360/19

No 1 - perhaps a continuation of Schaefer, Carl [previous entry]

SCHAEFFER, Carl Friedrich August Union Bank porter Adelaide 1853[-1856] Memorial 58/55

SCHAEFFER, Carl Friedrich August messenger Adelaide 1853[-1863] Memorial 320/78

SCHAEFFER, Carl Friedrich August of Stephens Place, Adelaide 1863[-1872] Memorial 56/219

SCHAEFER/SCHAFER/SCHÄFER, Heinrich cabinetmaker Adelaide (Rundle St) 1852 Memorial 26/74

No 1

SCHAEFER/SCHAFER/SCHÄFER, Johann Carl carpenter Freeling Freeling (Hundred of Nuriootpa) township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 44 Page 311 County Light

SCHAEFER/SCHAFER/SCHÄFER, Johann Carl yeoman Freeling 1905 Memorial 46/454

SCHAEFER/SCHAFER/SCHÄFER, Johann Christian farmer Government Well Hundred of English land grant 1883[-1885] Grant Book 17 Page 171 County Eyre

SCHAEFFER/SCHAFFER/SCHÄFFER, Wilhelm barman Stepney 1851[-1852] Memorial 103/31

SCHAEPE, Christian farmer Blumberg 1865 Memorial 63/205

No 1 - perhaps the same person

SCHAEPEL, Erdmann Ferdinand farmer near Woodside 1863 Memorial 103/188

SCHAEPEL, Erdmann Ferdinand railway porter Manoora 1881 Memorial 108/336, Application 18915

SCHAEPEL, Franz farmer Hahndorf 1862 Memorial 52/185

SCHAEPEL, Ronald Russell acting Town Clerk 12 Railway Tce, Edwardstown since 24/9/1951. He made this declaration in October 1951 Application 28827

SCHAEPEL, Wilhelm tailor Hahndorf. Member St John German Protestant Church Hahndorf 1859 Memorial 301/153

SCHAER/SCHAR/SCHÄR, Anton Friedrich Adolf and George Louis MUELLER merchants Adelaide trading under the style or firm of Shaer & Mueller, became bankrupts in 1891 Memorial 210/409

SCHAFER, Carl Hannaford 420 Henley Beach Rd, Lockleys, David Paul Hannaford Schafer of Wickham Tce, Brisbane Qld , Noel Theodore Hannaford Schafer of Hannaford House, 248 Queen's Parade, Clifton Hill N7 Vic, all medical practitioners, and Max Ernest Hannaford Schafer dentist 17 Victoria St, Kingswood 1948 Application 28632

SCHAHINGER, Adolph tailor Adelaide 1926 Memorial 164/521

SCHALLENBERGER, Christian Schallenberger gardener Kapunda and Margarethe Schallenberger his wife 1883 Application 19602.

No 1

SCHALLER, August farmer Section 82 Hudred of Nuriootpa 1850 Memorial 214/27

SCHALLER, Heinrich August farmer Stonewell near Tanunda 1853 Memorial 496/64

SCHALLER, Heinrich August farmer Section 82 Hundred of Nuriootpa 1858 Memorial 189/137

SCHALLER, Heinrich August farmer Stoneville near Tanunda 1867 Memorial 239/222

SCHALLER, Heinrich August farmer South Angas Park 1875 Memorial 12/282, Application 14304

SCHAMMER, Christian farmer Rosenthal 1870 Memorial 90/248

No 1

SCHAEPEL, Carl yeoman Hahndorf 1856[-1862] Memorial 191/95

SCHAEPEL, Carl yeoman Hahndorf, died 1873. Father of Wilhelm Schaepel tailor Hahndorf Application 12871

No 1

SCHAEPEL, Wilhelm tailor Hahndorf 1855[-1873] Memorial 497/84

SCHAEPEL, Wilhelm tailor Hahndorf Hahndorf. Member management committee St Michael Lutheran School Hahndorf 1867 Application 8502

No 1

SCHAPER, Heinrich cabinetmaker Adelaide 1850 Memorial 322/23

SCHAPER, Heinrich cabinetmaker Adelaide (Rundle St) 1852 Memorial 3/42

SCHARF, Gottlieb farmer Wiltshire Special Survey 1854 Memorial 336/61

No 1 – GCAT Scharenberg and Mary Ann nee MCCARTHY

SCHARENBERG, George Christian August Theodor waterman Pt Augusta West. Pt Augusta West (Hundred of Copley) township allotment land grant 1891 Grant Book 65 Page 227 County Manchester

SCHARENBERG, Mary Ann married woman Pt Augusta West. Pt Augusta West (Hundred of Copley) township allotment land grant 1892 Grant Book 65 Page 227 County Manchester

No 1 - the Elder

SCHARNBERG, Heinrich Wilhelm and Johann Christian Scharnberg farmers Section 470 Hundred of Barossa 1858 Memorials 23/139, 330/144

SCHARNBERG, Heinrich Wilhelm and Johann Christian Scharnberg farmers Concordia near Gawler 1861 Memorial 268/171

SCHARNBERG, Heinrich Wilhelm the Elder farmer Concordia, died 1908. He left his widow, Mathilde Emilie Scharnberg, and sons Richard Heinrich Georg Scharnberg, Hermann Heinrich Scharnberg and Heinrich Wilhelm Scharnberg the Younger farmer Blyth 1909 Application 25676

No 2 - the Younger

SCHARENBERG, Heinrich Wilhelm farmer Blyth and Mathilde Auguste Scharenberg his wife 1912 Memorial 81/466

SCHARENBERG, Heinrich Wilhelm formerly of Blyth but now of Kilkenny and Mathilde Auguste Scharenberg his wife 1919 Application 26806.

SCHAUMBURG, Christian baker Adelaide, died c1864. He left his entire estate in trust to his wife [unnamed] for life or until remarriage, then in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant to his children when they reached 21 years of age. Father; Johann Heinrich Schaumburg. Lewis Schaumburg mentioned as a trustee Memorial 345/195

No 1

SCHAUMBURG, Ludwig baker Adelaide 1860 Memorial 315/164

SCHAUMBURG, Ludwig baker North Adelaide and Sarah Ann Schaumburg his wife 1877 Memorial 282/76

SCHAUMBURG, Ludwig gentleman Norwood and Sarah Ann Schaumburg his wife 1887 Memorial 89/383

No 1

SCHAUTSCHICK, Matthias farmer Tanunda 1855 Memorial 255/92

SCHAUTSCHICK, Matthew farmer [formerly of Tanunda but now of the] Hundred of Belvidere 1855[-1865] Memorial 16/96

SCHAUTSCHICK, Matthias farmer formerly of Tanunda 1855 but now of near Stockwell 1871 Application 11217

No 1

SCHAUTZ, Niels Mogensen market gardener Mt Lofty 1891 Memorial 30/410

SCHAUTZ, Niels Mogensen gardener Mt Lofty 1901 Memorial 174/443

No 1

SCHEBELLA, Francis carter Petersburg 1886 Memorial 131/374

SCHIBELLA, Francis farmer Hundred of Dawson 1887 Memorial 170/382

SCHEBELLA, Francis farmer Dawson linked with Paul Schebella bootmaker Hundred of Coglin 1893 Memorial 105/419

SCHEBELLA, Francis (also Frank Schebella) farmer Dawson 1897 Memorial 147/431

SCHEBILLA, Matthias farmer Angas Park 1851[-1854] Memorial 395/31

SCHEDLICH, Carl Gustav gardener and agent Macclesfield 1858 Memorial 201/148

No 1

SCHEER, Gustav and Oswald farmers Palmer 1887 Memorial 101/386

SCHEER, Gustav farmer Palmer Hundred of Finniss land grant 1899 Grant Book 58 Page 47 County Sturt

SCHEER, Philipp farmer Section 972 Hundred of Moorooroo 1865 Memorial 227/200

No 1

SCHEFFEL, Heinrich shoemaker Burnside 1852[-1856] Memorial 124/40

SCHEFFEL, Heinrich farmer Hahndorf. Member St John German Protestant Church Hahndorf 1859 Memorial 301/153

SCHEFFEL, Heinrich Christian Leopold shoemaker Wheal Ellen Mine purchased land in Hahndorf 1863 Application 4644

No 1

SCHEIBENER, David innkeeper North Para District 1840 Application 12570

SCHEIBENER, David formerly innkeeper Golden Fleece Gawler, late teacher Adelaide (Currie St) 1841, imprisoned 1840-1841 as an insolvent debtor, from insolvency declared 8/9/1840. He owed Frederick Hansborough DUTTON £114/1/6. Judge Cooper ordered that the insolvent and his family could keep £30 worth of 'wearing apparel, bedding and other necessaries, of the insolvent and his family and the working tools and implements of the insolvent as are particularly specified'. The rest of the estate had to be sold to help pay off the debt. Scheibner apparently freed from prison in mid-1841 Application 12570.

SCHEIBENER, David miller Adelaide 1843 Memorial 482/2

SCHEIBCHEN, Johann Carl Gottfried farmer Gnadenfrei near Greenock 1859 Memorial 110/156

SCHEIBCHEN, Johann Gottlieb farmer Bethel 1880 Application 18052.

No 1

SCHEIBNER, Wilhelm farmer Canowie. Hundred of Reynolds land grant 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 31 County Victoria

SCHEIBNER, Wilhelm farmer Canowie Co Victoria. Hundred of Willochra land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 544 County Frome

SCHEID, Marie E clerk to Ivan SHOOBRIDGE solicitor Pt Augusta 1933 Memorial 190/506

SCHEIDEMANTEL, Elise spinster Tanunda 1862 Memorial 174/180

SCHEINKE, CJ clerk to Messrs JAMES & DEMPSTER solicitors Adelaid 1867 Memorial 41/222

SCHELL, Ernst butcher Morgan 1886 Memorial 2/381

SCHELL, Dora Laurel home duties Strangways Tce, North Adelaide 1943 Application 28355.

SCHENDEL[sometimes erroneously spelt SchindeL], Eduard farmer Rosenthal 1861[-1864] Memorial 93/200, Application 12756

No 1

SCHENKE, Gottfried farmer Rosenthal 1857 Memorial 267/115

SCHENKE, Gottfried farmer Lyndoch Valley 1860 Memorial 205/162 Farmer Rosenthal 1860 Memorial 214/162

SCHENKE, Anna Elisabeth widow Lyndoch Valley 1885 Application 20596

No 1 - the Elder and the Younger

SCHENSCHER, Carl Ernst farmer near Hahndorf 1852[-1854] Memorial 293/41

SCHENSCHER, Carl Ernst farmer near Hahndorf, a brother to Dorothea Elisabeth SCHUBERT wife of Johann Christian Schubert farmer Grünthal 1863 Application 4469.

SCHENSCHER, Carl Ernst farmer near Hahndorf Co Adelaide. Hundred of Monarto land grant 1868 Grant Book 58 Page 128 County Sturt

SCHENSCHER, Carl Ernst farmer formerly of Hahndorf and Mt Barker 1853 but then of Monarto 1873. He had bought Section 4082 Hundred of Onkaparinga from the land grantee Samuel BARTSCH for £200 in 1853 and Section 4006 in two equal portions from John FINNIS gentleman Adelaide and Archibald WALKER Esquire merchant formerly of Sydney but now of London for £399 (£133 and £266 respectively) in 1855. Schenscher sold 16 acres of Section 4006 to Adolph SCHNEEMILCH and the rest to Johann Carl NITSCHKE farmer Hahndorf for £400 in 1873 Application 12950.

SCHENSCHER, Carl Ernst the Elder and Younger farmers Monarto 1876 Memorial 25/295

SCHENSCHER, Carl Ernst the Younger farmer Monarto 1879 Memorial 16/320

SCHENSCHER, Carl Ernst farmer Monarto. Hundred of Monarto land grant 1886 Grant Book 58 Page 129 County Sturt

SCHENSCHER, Summil [probably wrong spelling] pt Section 646 Wiltshire Special Survey 1852 Memorial 218/209

TSCHENSCHER, Louise spinster linked with Wilhelm and Gottlob Tschenscher farmers all of Schreiberau (pt Sections 646, 647 Wiltshire Special Survey) near Tanunda 1867 Memorial 183/226

SCHERBER, Carls farmer Strathalbyn 1854[-1859] Memorial 125/63

SCHERER, EP nurse Strathalbyn 1942 Memorial 127/516

SCHERER, Therese Caroline married woman Goodwood 1928 Application 27669.

No 1

SCHERK, Theodor teacher Lobethal 1867 Memorial 179/218

SCHERK, Theodor Johann teacher Tanunda 1870 Memorial 207/244

SCHERK, Johann Theodor agent Adelaide 1885 Memorial 126/368, Application 20537

CHERK, VM clerk Adelaide 1921 Memorial 103/482

SCHIBILLA, Matthias farmer Angas Park 1855 Memorial 90/82

SCHICKEL, Mary Ann of Kalgoorlie WA 1897 Memorial 107/432

SCHIER, Benno Gustav Ewald labourer Eudunda Hundred of English land grant 1901 Grant Book 17 Page 176 County Eyre

SCHIER, Carl quartz miner Ironbark Sandhurst Vic a native of Clausthal (Harz), Hanover later of SA 1882 Application 19277.

No 1

SCHIER, Johann Gottlieb labourer Seppeltsfield 1861 Application 2218.

SCHIER, Johann Gottlieb farmer near Eudunda 1882 Grant Book 17 Page 170 County Eyre

SCHIER, Pauline Wilhelmine blockholder Eudunda Hundred of English land grant 1903 Grant Book 17 Page 177 County Eyre

SCHIERENBECK, Johann Wilhelm late of Adelaide now in parts beyond the sea 1871 Application 11550

SCHIERWAGEN, Heinrich Gottlieb shoemaker Adelaide 1852[-1856] Memorial 304/45

SCHIERWAGEN, Peter engraver Adelaide 1882 Memorial 148/344

SCHILD, Gottfried farmer Point Pass 1885[-1886] Memorial 78/368

SCHILD, Harold Martin farmer Freeling 1947 Memorial 147/521

SCHILD, Richard gentleman Adelaide 1852[-1859] Memorial 272/44

No 1

SCHILG, Johann Gottlieb shoemaker Bethanien 1858 Memorial 162/132

SCHILG, Johann Gottlieb farmer Bethanien, died c1866. His wife called Dorothea Luise Schilg nee WESTENDORF Memorial 109/212

SCHILLER, August farmer Sutherlands Siding 1891[-1897] Memorial 189/408

SCHILLER, Carl August Ewald farmer Pinnaroo 1933 Grant Book 12 Page 57 County Chandos

SCHILLER, Carl Friedrich farmer Lameroo. Hundred of Bews land grant 1936 Grant Book 12 Page 16 County Chandos

SCHILLER, Carl Heinrich of Pinda 1888 Memorial 177/394

SCHILLER, Johannes Carl August farmer Tanunda 1888 Application 21380

SCHILLER, Wilhelm Gotthold farmer Hundred of Neales 1887 Memorial 54/384

No 1

SCHILLING, Carl August and Johann Gottlieb farmers Hundred of Tippara 1886 Memorial 220/378

SCHILLING, Carl August farmer Tiparra. Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1891 Grant Book 14 Page 424 County Daly

No 1

SCHILLING, C of Adelaide 1850 Memorial 148/24

SCHILLING, Christian gentleman Adelaide 1854 [This appears to be Christian Schilling the land agent] Memorial 114/64

SCHILLING, Christian land agent Adelaide (Gawler Place) 1868 Memorial 8/235

SCHILLING, Christian land agent Adelaide, became a bankrupt in 1872 Memorial 135/259, Application 12436

SCHILLING, Christian insolvent formerly of Adelaide. John HANCE official assignee and Michael KINGSBOROUGH trade assignee both Adelaide, to sell his real estate 1873 Application 12873

SCHILLING, Gottfried the Younger farmer Angaston 1883 Memorial 21/354

SCHILLING, Gottlieb Hermann of Tiparra 1888 Memorial 25/395

No 1

SCHILLING, Johann Gottlieb farmer near Truro Hundred of Dalrymple land grant 1880 Grant Book 19 Page 141 County Fergusson

SCHILLING, Johann Gottlieb farmer Tiparra 1889[-1901] Memorial 189/397

SCHIMANSKY, Stanislaus farmer Tanunda 1851 Memorial 274/31

SCHINCKEL, John butcher Mt Gambier 1868 Memorial 167/230

No 1 - perhaps linked with the previous entry

SCHINCKEL, Johann Jürgen of Mt Gambier 1870 Memorial 78/248

SCHINCKEL, Johann Jürgen farmer near Mt Gambier 1874 Memorial 121/272

No 1

SCHINCKEL, Peter Leonard carpenter Hahndorf 1853 Memorial 189/56

SCHINCKEL, Peter Leonard formerly carpenter Hahndorf but then farmer of the Bremer 1857 Memorial 258/124

SCHINCKEL, Peter Leonard farmer Kanmantoo 1862 Application 3672

SCHINCKEL, Peter Leonard farmer Kanmantoo 1866 Memorial 48/216

SCHINCKEL, Peter Leonard farmer [formerly of Kanmantoo but then of] near Naracoorte 1874 Application 13912

SCHINCKEL, Peter Leonard butcher Mt Gambier Hundred of Naracoorte land grant 1875 Grant Book 50 Page 105 County Robe

SCHINCKEL, Peter Leonard farmer Naracoorte 1878. Naracoorte Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee Application 16584

SCHINCKEL, Peter Leonard farmer Naracoorte Hundred of Naracoorte land grant 1882[-1903] Grant Book 50 Page 115 County Robe

SCHINCKEL, Simon storekeeper near Millicent. Rendelsham (Hundred of

Rivoli Bay) township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 31 Page 320 County Grey

No 1 - perhaps the same person

SCHINDLER, Carl gentleman Adelaide 1853 Hundred of Gilbert land grant Memorial 266/47

SCHINDLER, Carl Christian gentleman Adelaide 1854 Memorial 340/61

No 1

SCHLINK, Anton sheepfarmer Streaky Bay. Flinders (later Streaky Bay Hundred of Ripon) township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 66 Page 184 County Robinson

SCHLINK, Anton sheepfarmer Woodville Co Adelaide. Flinders (later Streaky Bay Hundred of Ripon) township allotment land grant 1885 Grant Book 66 Page 187 County Robinson

SCHINKLER, Johann farmer Klemzig 1853[-1855] Memorial 328/53

No 1

SCHINTLER, Carl Christian potter Magill 1881 Memorial 221/331

SCHINTLER, Carl Christian no description, died c1887. Father of Carl Hermann Schintler (potter Magill), Louise Schintler, Anna Schintler, and Albert Schintler. The family appears to have been members of St George’s Anglican Church Magill Memorial 249/385

SCHIPPAN, Matthes labourer Towitta 1900 Grant Book 17 Page 34 County Eyre

SCHIPPAN, Pauline Auguste spinster near Towitta 1898 Grant Book 17 Page 34 County Eyre

No 1

SCHIRMER, Friedrich Wilhelm farmer South Rhine 1861 Memorial 68/210

SCHIRMER, Friedrich Wilhelm farmer Rheinthal Hundred of Angas land grant 1880 Grant Book 58 Page 180 County Sturt

No 1

SCHIRMER, Gottlob farmer Hahndorf 1853[-1857] Memorial 151/62

SCHIRMER, Gottlob farmer Lobethal 1854 Memorial 192/77

SCHIRMER, Gottlob farmer formerly of Lobethal but now of near Nain 1863 Application 3909

SCHIRMER, Gottlieb of Peep Hill 1890 Memorial 135/403

SCHIRMER, Heinrich carpenter Lobethal 1858[-1859] Memorial 226/138

SCHIRMER, Johann Christian blacksmith Hahndorf 1853-1853 Memorial 92/60

SCHIRMER, Johann George farmer Greenock Creek 1858 Memorial 113/143

SCHIRMER, Johannes innkeeper Adelaide (The Prado Hotel) [Excellent list of furnishings] 1869 Memorial 24/242

SCHIVIER, George teamster Mongolata 1885 Memorial 50/364

SCHLACHT, Theodor Hermann merchant's clerk Adelaide (Grenfell St) and Emily Schlacht his wife 1888 Memorials 70 & 72/390

No 1

SCHLAMELCHER, Friedrich miner Kanmantoo Mines 1850 Memorial 441/26

SCHLAMELCHER, Friedrich blacksmith The Bremer 1851[-1854] Memorial 485/35

SCHLAMELCHER, Friedrich farmer Section 949 near the Crafers Inn 1855 Memorial 202/86

SCHLAMELCHER, Friedrich farmer near Hahndorf. Member St John German Protestant Church Hahndorf 1859 Memorial 301/153

No 1

SCHLANK, Salis of Melbourne Vic an employee of the firm of Philip FALK of Manchester, Lancs, England, about to leave for Adelaide as the firm's personal representative in SA where the firm 'has for some time past carried on and still are carrying on a branch business as wholesale jewellers and importers in Adelaide and elsewhere in the colony of SA' 1863 Memorial 224/190

SCHLANK, Salis merchant Adelaide 1871[-1873] Memorial 97/251

SCHLANK, Salis jeweller Adelaide 1881 Memorial 100/337

SCHLATTER, Carl Heinrich or Redruth 1851 Memorial 208/30

No 1

SCHLATOW, Heinrich stonemason Adelaide 1853 Memorial 176/56

SCHLATOW, Heinrich bricklayer Adelaide 1854 Hundred of Nuriootpa land purchase Memorial 237/67

SCHLATOW, Heinrich formerly bricklayer Adelaide but now farmer Neu Mecklenburg 1860 Memorial 235/174

No 1

SCHLEGEL, Friedrich August carpenter Stepney 1851[-1858] Memorial 5/30

SCHLEGEL, Friedrich August formerly cabinetmaker 1865 but now dairyman Stepney1865 Application 6031

SCHLEGEL, Max storeman Stepney Beachport (Hundred of Rivoli Bay) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 31 Page 284 County Grey

No 1

SCHLEGEL, Rudolph of Mt Gambier 1875 Memorial 64/282

SCHLEGEL, Friedrich Rudolph storekeeper Beachport Hundred of Rivoli Bay land grant 1882[-1885] Grant Book 31 Page 255 County Grey

SCHLEGEL, FER JP of Beachport 1887 Memorial 106/383

SCHLEGEL, Richard Max farmer Gillapp 1888[-1890] Memorial 115/393

SCHLEIDER, Friedrich farmer Monarto 1883 Application 19738

SCHLEIN, Friedrich Ehrhard Julius formerly miner 1852 now farmer near Lobethal 1867 Application 8318

SCHLEIN, Friedrich Julius miner Lobethal 1860 Memorial 116/170

No 1

SCHLEIN, Johann Christian Carl farmer Lobethal 1902 Memorial 49/445

SCHLEIN, Johann Christian Carl farmer Cudlee Creek 1914 Memorial 38/471

SCHLEIN, Johann Carl Christian gardener formerly of Lobethal 1913 but now of Cudlee Creek 1919, died 23/5/1919. Husband of Ernestine Wilhelmine Schlein. Father of Johann Carl Wilhelm Schlein gardener Cudlee Creek. Estate worth £2,000 Memorial 131/478

SCHLEIN, Julius of near Lobethal 1882 Memorial 10/344

SCHLESINGER, William of Gawler Place, Adelaide 1848 Memorial 174/72

SCHLETER, Hermann Heinrich farmer near Mt Gambier 1882[-1902] Memorial 231/341

No 1

SCHLICH, August Ludwig Friedrich farmer Mt Barker [probably Grünthal] 1855 Memorial 264/91

SCHLICH, August Friedrich Ludwig farmer Grünthal 1856 Memorial 274/100

SCHLICH, August Ludwig Friedrich sawyer Cox Creek 1858 Memorial 100/133

No 1

SCHLICHTING, Heinrich Friedrich mason Adelaide 1850[-1857] Memorial 202/24

SCHLICHTING, Heinrich Friedrich mason Adelaide (Flinders St) 1854[-1856] Memorial 3/78

SCHLICHTING, Heinrich Friedrich licensed victualler Hotel Europe Adelaide (Grenfell St) 1862 Memorial 239/181

SCHLICHTING, Heinrich Friedrich licensed victualler Hotel Europe Adelaide (Grenfell St), died 4/6/1862. He left estate to his wife, Charlotte Maria Magdalene Sophie Schlichting nee BEYTHIEN for life or until her remarriage, and his daughter, Minna Maria Wilhelmine Schlichting. Executors: Johann Diedrich KONCKE agent Adelaide (Gawler Place) and Heinrich Christian UHLMANN tobacconist Adelaide (Rundle St). Mrs Schlichting remarried 12/3/1864 to Alfred SOMMERS teacher of languages Adelaide. Minna Maria Wilhelmine Schlichting died 13/7/1865 under the age of 21 and unmarried. Relatives in Germany inherited HF Schlichting's estate - Johann Peter Heinrich Schlichting mason Amt Schwartau, Engel Boeckmann widow Klingenberg, Germany, Margarethe Düring widow Berghorst, Germany, and Christine Möller wife of Claus Hinrich Möller Travemünde, Germany Memorials 314/183, 100/217

No 1

SCHLIE, Christoph Jacob Bernhardt labourer Tanunda 1857 Memorial 11/131

SCHLIE, Christoph Jacob Bernhardt gentleman Walkerville, about to leave the province for a while, power of attorney to Carl Anton Rudolph von BERTOUCH and Ferdinand Julius SOBELS agents Waymouth St, Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 28/2/1878 Deposit 132/1881

SCHLIE, Christoph Jacob Bernhardt gentleman Norwood 1882[-1898] Memorial 204/339, Application 23630

SCHLIE, Christopher out of business Melrose Hundred of Willochra land grant 1877 Grant Book 24 Page 537 County Frome

SCHLIEBS, Carl and Carl August farmer Moculta 1886 Memorial 200/378

SCHLIEFKE, John tailor Adelaide, and Anna Schliefke, his wife 1846 Memorial 243/7

No 1 - Likely to be the same person

SCHLINCKE, Anton shepherd Macclesfield 1851[-1853] Memorial 235/33

SCHLINK, Anton squatter Venus Bay 1881 Memorial 236/328

SCHLINK, A stockholder Streaky Bay. Wilhelm Schlink mentioned but not described 1890 Memorial 234/402

SCHLINK, Anton of Adelaide 1891 Memorial 196/408

SCHLINK, CJ clerk to Messrs JAMES & DEMPSTER solicitors Adelaide 1867 Memorial 195/223

SCHLINKE, August storekeeper Tanunda 1892 Application 22218

No 1

SCHLINKE, Johann Daniel miller Tanunda 1855[-1864] Memorials 428/90, 81/200

SCHLINKE, Johann Daniel timber merchant Tanunda 1858 Memorial 341/142

SCHLINKE, Daniel vinegrower Tanunda 1862 Application 3218

SCHLINKE, Johann Daniel gentleman Tanunda 1871 Memorial 59/257

No 1 - perhaps the same person

SCHLINKE, J clerk to Messrs JAMES & DEMPSTER solicitors Pt Adelaide 1866[-1867] Memorial 324/208

SCHLINKE, JE clerk to Messrs Francis CLARK & Sons merchants Adelaide 1862 Memorial 278/182

SCHLINKER, Carl Friedrich Adolph miner Kanmantoo 1852[-1856] Memorial 4/44.

SCHLODDER, Matthew farmer Hundred of Schomburgk 1885 Memorial 34/366

No 1

SCHLOITHE, Johann Gottlieb farmer near Tanunda Hundred of Dalrymple land grant 1878 Grant Book 19 Page 138 County Fergusson

SCHLOITHE, Johann Gottlieb farmer Oaklands Yorke Peninsula Hundred of Dalrymple land grant 1880 Grant Book 19 Page 142 County Fergusson

SCHLOITHE, Mary Ellen married woman Kanmantoo 1957 Application 29237

No 1

SCHLOSSER, Carl farmer Adelaide 1853[-1854] Memorial 296/57

SCHLOSSER, Carl labourer Goodwood 1861 Memorial 271/173

SCHLOSSER, Carl formerly farmer Adelaide 1853 but now gardener Goodwood Park 1870 Application 11067

No 1

SCHLOSSER, Ferdinand Adolph farmer Seppeltsfield 1853 Memorial 201/55

SCHLOSSER, Ferdinand Adolph farmer Nain 1856 Memorial 80/112

SCHLOSSER, Ferdinand Adolph farmer formerly of Seppeltsfield 1853 but now of Nain 1865 Application 6282

SCHLOSSER, Johanne Beate of Daveyston, widow of Ferdinand Adolph Schlosser 1882 Application 19416

SCHLUEDER/SCHLUDER/SCHLÜDER/SLEADER, Charles butcher Woodchester 1887 Application 21289

SCHLUEDER/SCHLUDER/SCHLÜDER/SLEADER, Friedrich carrier Grünthal 1875 Application 15003

SCHLUETER/SCHLUTER/SCHLÜTER, Eduard labourer North Adelaide 1854 Memorial 161/75 Miner Kadina 1869 Memorial 222/242

No 1 - Hans Adolph Schlüter

SCHLUETER/SCHLUTER/SCHLÜTER, Adolph of Gawler 1861 Memorial 253/172

SCHLUETER/SCHLUTER/SCHLÜTER, Adolph storekeeper Gawler trading under the firm of A Schlüter & Co 1866 Memorial 338/208

No 1 - Heinrich Gustav Adolph Schlüter

SCHLUETER/SCHLUTER/SCHLÜTER, Adolph printer Kent Town 1867 Memorial 73/218

SCHLÜTER/SCHLUETER, Heinrich Gustav Adolph printer Kent Town 1870 Application 10828

No 1

SCHLUETER/SCHLUTER/SCHLÜTER, Jochim Friedrich carpenter Adelaide 1849[-1854] Memorial 351/99

SCHLUETER/SCHLUTER/SCHLÜTER, Anna Katherine wife of Joachim Friedrich Schlüter cabinetmaker Adelaide, died 25/11/1869 chronic bronchitis, aged 71 Applications 108178 & 10828

SCHLUETER/SCHLUTER/SCHLÜTER, Matthias Georg Wilhelm retired hotelkeeper Greenock 1952, declared that he had been born on 18/10/1875 Greenock and had lived in Greenock all his life Application 28790

SCHLUNKE, Andreas farmer near Rosenthal 1870 Memorial 116/248

No 1

SCHLUNKE, August farmer Hundred of Nuriootpa 1859[-1862] Memorial 158/155, Application 3254

No 2

SCHLUNKE, August 31 widower hawker Tanunda Father; Carl Schlunke married Emilie HELLING 38 spinster Tanunda Father; Carl Helling on 4/7/1889 Pastor Christian Maschmedt's residence Klemzig. Witnesses: Ida Helling of Adelaide and J LOHMEYER civil engineer North Prospect. Friedrich August Schlunke was a storekeeper at Tanunda by 1901. His wife's full name was Emilie Ernestine Pauline Schlunke Memorials 248 & 249/444

SCHLUNKE, August 31 widower hawker Tanunda (Carl Schlunke) married Emilie HELLING 38 spinster Tanunda, residing with her parents (Father: Carl Helling) on 4/7/1889 Pastor Maschmedt's private home Payneham Post Office. Witnesses: Ida HELLING of Adelaide and J LOHMEYER civil engineer North Prospect 1903 Application 24604

SCHLUNKE, Friedrich farmer Schreiberau near Tanunda 1867 Memorial 183/226

No 1

SCHLUESSER/SCHLUSSER/SCHLÜSSER, Carl labourer Kooringa 1851 Memorial 326/33

SCHLUSSER, Carl miner Redruth 1853 Memorial 365/55

SCHMAAL, Arthur Harrold printer Railway Tce, Mile End changed his name to Arthur Harrold SMALL 1931 Memorial 40/504

No 1

SCHMAAL, Carl Heinrich Wilhelm and Johann Heinrich Friedrich farmers Neu Mecklenburg 1887 Memorial 210/388

SCHMAAL, Carl Heinrich Wilhelm and Johann Heinrich Friedrich farmers formerly of Neu Mecklenburg but now of near Mannum linked with Johann Carl Christian Schmaal farmer Neu Mecklenburg 1891 Memorial 231/411

SCHMAAL, Carl farmer Finniss Vale trustee unnamed School Hundred of Finniss Hundred of Finniss land grant 1891 Grant Book 58 Page 44 County Sturt

SCHMAAL, Carl Heinrich Wilhelm farmer Forster. Hundred of Forster land grant 1912 Grant Book 3 Page 32 County Albert

SCHMAAL, Friedrich Heinrich printer Coombe Road, Allenby Gardens changed his name to Frederick Henry SMALL 1927 Memorial 34/497

SCHMAAL, Johann farmer Neu Mecklenburg 1859 Memorial 5/159

SCHMAAL, Johann Christoph farmer Steelton on the Dirty Light 1920[-1921] Application 26900, Memorial 147/482

No 1 - likely to be the same person

SCHMAAL, Johann Georg farmer Talunga 1853 Hundred of Nuriootpa land purchase Memorial 480/54

SCHMAAL, Johann Georg Heinrich farmer Neu Mecklenburg 1860 Memorial 277/169

SCHMAAL, Johann George Heinrich 50 widower farmer Steelton (Father: Wilhelm Christoph Schmaal) married Auguste Margarethe BENING nee KOOP 42 widow Blumberg (Father: Joachim Levi Koop) on 21/10/1870 Carlsruhe Lutheran Church Pastor Rudolph EY Witnesses: H Schmaal farmer Steelton and ? farmer Waterloo. Her previous husband, Johann Jacob Caspar Bening of Blumberg, had died c1869. He left his estate to his widow in trust for life or until her remarriage, then to his two daughters - Maria Auguste Menz (born 1855) wife of August MENZ labourer Waterloo and Louise Maria Dorothea Bening equally absolutely in remainder expectant Application 15596

SCHMAAL, Johann Heinrich Christian farmer near Steelton on the Dirty Light 1868[-1873] Memorial 116/231

SCHMEISS, Johann Friedrich Gotthold farmer Hahndorf 1883[-1886] Memorial 106/354

SCHMEISSER, Friedrich August farmer Hahndorf 1853[-1862] Memorial 149/62

SCHMELZKOPF, Carl Georg Wilhelm commercial traveller St Peters became Charles George William SOUTH commercial traveller Knightsbridge 1915 Memorial 163/472

No 1

SCHMERL, Gottfried farmer Upper Wakefield 1858 Memorial 331/139

SCHMERL, Gottfried farmer Auburn 1861 Memorial 306/178

No 1

SCHMERL, Hermann farmer near Auburn 1881 Application 18433

SCHMERL, Hermann farmer near Leasingham 1902 Memorial 56/446

No 1

SCHMID, Francis yeoman Clare 1853 Memorial 272/96

SCHMID, Anna Elizabeth widow Clare relict of the late Francis Schimd 1856 Memorial 273/96

No 1

SCHMID, Ignatz farmer North Adelaide Hundred of English land grant 1880 Grant Book 17 Page 169 County Eyre

SCHMID, Ignatz farmer Point Pass 1889[-1891] Memorial 181/395

SCHMID, Ignatz farmer Point Pass 1896 Grant Book 17 Page 174 County Eyre

SCHMID, John baker North Adelaide Memorial 139/318

SCHMIDT, Albert Edward wood merchant and contractor Kapunda 1953 Application 28986

SCHMIDT, Andreas farmer Point Pass 1880 Grant Book 17 Page 168 County Eyre

No 1 - perhaps the same person

SCHMIDT, August labourer Salisbury 1853 Memorial 135/104

SCHMIDT, August farmer Hundred of Baldina 1885 Memorial 194/366

No 2

SCHMIDT, August farmer near Moculta Hundred of Dutton land grant 1876 Grant Book 17 Page 86 County Eyre

SCHMIDT, August Emil Friedrich farmer Robertstown 1894 Memorial 65/420

SCHMIDT, August Ferdinand farmer Apoinga near Kooringa. Hundred of Apoinga land grant 1869 Grant Book 8 Page 58 County Burra. SCHMIDT, August Ferdinand farmer near Tanunda Co Light. Hundred of Apoinga land grant 1874 Grant Book 8 Page 58 County Burra

SCHMIDT, Carl Charles butcher Robe Hundred of Waterhouse land grant 1863 Grant Book 50 Page 11 County Robe

SCHMIDT, Carl Albert Emanuel farmer Robertstown 1894 Memorial 66/420

SCHMIDT, Carl August farmer near Macclesfield 1889 Memorial 150/396

SCHMIDT, Carl Friedrich and Herman Julius farmers Robertstown Co Eyre. Hundred of Bright land grant 1900 Grant Book 9 Page 49 County Burra

SCHMIDT, Carl Friedrich Paul labourer Tanunda 1907 Memorial 25/458

No 1

SCHMIDT, Carl Friedrich Wilhelm egg dealer near Tanunda 1880 Memorial 155/325

SCHMIDT, Carl Friedrich Wilhelm provision merchant near Tanunda 1888 Application 21380

SCHMIDT, Carl Wilhelm shoemaker Laura, died 17/5/1880. He left his entire estate in trust for the legitimate and illegitimate children of his adopted daughter, Auguste Henriette Caroline Amelie BRUNTZELL of Laura. Anna, Maria and Wilhelmine Bruntzell mentioned by name. Other children to inherit as well Memorial 239/325

No 1 - probably the same person

SCHMIDT, Christian Hans farmer Hundred of Belvidere 1856[-1859] Memorial 295/106, Application 979

SCHMIDT, Christian Hans farmer near Greenock 1865 Application 6175

SCHMIDT, Christian Hans farmer The Moppa near Greenock 1870 Memorial 123/249

SCHMIDT, Christian Hans farmer Moppa Hundred of Willowie land grant 1885 Grant Book 24 Page 747 County Frome

No 1

SCHMIDT, Christoph farmer Hundred of Waterloo Co Light 1857[-1861] Memorial 128/129

SCHMIDT, Christoph farmer Waterloo Co Light. Lapford (Hundred 0f Bright) township allotment land grant 1878[-1885] Grant Book 9 Page 38 County Burra

No 2 - possibly a continuation of No 1

SCHMIDT, Christoph farmer Worlds End Station Hundred of Bright 1882 Memorial 17/337

SCHMIDT, Christoph farmer Hundred of Bright linked with Christoph Friedrich Carl Schmidt farmer Waterloo 1894 Memorial 246/422

No 1

SCHMIDT, D of Gawler Place, Adelaide 1881 Application 18147

SCHMIDT, D engraver Glenelg 1882 Memorial 10/342

SCHMIDT, Diedrich engraver Adelaide (Gawler Place) 1885 Memorial 217/366

SCHMIDT, Diedrich of Gawler Place, Adelaide, became a bankrupt in 1885 Memorial 77/368

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

SCHMIDT, Diedrich Heinrich farmer Lobethal 1850 Memorial 333/28

SCHMIDT, Diedrich Heinrich the Elder and Younger farmers Lobethal 1858 Memorial 171/136

SCHMIDT, Diedrich Heinrich tanner Lobethal Co Adelaide. Hundred of Tungkillo land grant 1866 Grant Book 58 Page 302 County Sturt

SCHMIDT, DH the Elder and Younger farmers trading as DH Schmidt and Son Lobethal 1868 Enrolment 91/49

SCHMIDT, Diederich Henrich the Younger farmer Lobethal 1868 Memorial 143/229

SCHMIDT, Ernst Eduard farmer Hundred of Yanyarrie 1890 Memorial 122/403

SCHMIDT, Ernst Gustav farmer Parrakie. Hundred of Price land grant 1912 Grant Book 6 Page 83 County Buccleuch

No 1

SCHMIDT, Ernst Wilhelm farmer Bethel 1866 Memorial 90/217

SCHMIDT, Ernst Wilhelm formerly farmer Bethel, became a bankrupt in 1868 Memorial 244/235

SCHMIDT, Ernest Henry (also known as Ernest Henry SMITH) carpenter 100 Wellington Road, Evandale, died 20/4/1939, of chronic nephritis, aged 54. Born at Queenstown. Married aged 27. 3 sons and 1 daughter living Memorial 136/520

SCHMIDT, Ferdinand of Mannum 1887 Memorial 9/382

No 1

SCHMIDT, Franz Carl land agent Talunga 1855 Farmer Talunga 1862 Application 3714

SCHMIDT, Franz Carl farmer Talunga 1855[-1862] Memorial 213/91

No 1

SCHMIDT, Friedrich farmer Hundred of Nuriootpa 1857 Memorial 258/116

No 2

SCHMIDT, Friedrich of Carrieton 1887 Memorial 129/385

No 3

SCHMIDT, Friedrich farmer Bethel near Kapunda 1925 Memorial 62/492

SCHMIDT, Friedrich August farmer Bethel 1871 Application 11803

SCHMIDT, Friedrich Julius miner Kooringa 1859[-1877] Memorial 171/158, Application 16270

No 1

SCHMIDT, George Friedrich farmer Moorooroo 1854 Memorial 112/78

SCHMIDT, George Friedrich farmer Light Pass 1857 Memorial 143/129

No 1 - possibly the same person

SCHMIDT, Gottlob of Krondorf 1884 Memorial 224/361

SCHMIDT, Gottlob gentleman Tanunda 1894 Memorial 128/421

SMIDT/SCHMIDT, Hans Laren master mariner Pt Adelaide 1905 Application 25037

No 1

SCHMIDT, Heinrich labourer Macclesfield 1855 Memorial 130/89

No 2

SCHMIDT, Heinrich farmer Lyndoch Valley 1862 Memorial 12/182

No 3

SCHMIDT, Heinrich farmer Adelaide 1872 Memorial 79/265

No 1

SCHMIDT, Heinrich Christian labourer Lobethal 1856[-1858] Memorial 314/102

SCHMIDT, Heinrich Christian builder Lobethal 1862 Application 3329

SCHMIDT, Heinrich Daniel Arnolph blacksmith Macclesfield 1860 Application 1374

SCHMIDT, Heinrich Ferdinand and Johann Carl of Bethel 1867 Memorial 215/227

SCHMIDT, Hermann Joseph farmer Macclesfield 1892 Memorial 189/412

SCHMIDT, Hermann Julius August farmer Geranium Plains Co Eyre. Hundred of Bright land grant 1912 Grant Book 9 Page 49 County Burra

SCHMIDT, James farmer Hundred of Wonna linked with Wilhelm Schmidt labourer Terowie 1886 Memorial 198/378

SCHMIDT, James Augustine mail contractor Pandappa Dam 1889[-1897] Memorial 170/398

No 1

SCHMIDT, James Ferdinand licensed victualler Adelaide 1849 Memorial 145/18 Member of the SA Building and Investment Society 1849. Publican Gawler 1850 Memorial 110/22

SCHMIDT, James Ferdinand publican formerly of Gawler 1851 Memorial 188/34

SCHMIDT, James Ferdinand farmer Little Para 1854 Memorial 265/70

SCHMIDT, Johann Ferdinand farmer Para Plains 1857 Memorial 296/118

SCHMIDT, James Ferdinand of Bassett Town, declared a bankrupt in 1860 Memorial 136/175

SCHMIDT, James Ferdinand farmer Mannum 1890 Memorial 162/406

SCHMIDT, James Ferdinand carrier Mannum Pt Mannum (Hundred of Finniss) township allotment land grant 1894 Grant Book 58 Page 384 County Sturt

SCHMIDT, James Ferdinand gardener Pt Mannum Pt Mannum (Hundred of Finniss) township allotment land grant 1903 Grant Book 58 Page 385 County Sturt

No 1

SCHMIDT, Joachim and Carl farmers Hundred of MacDonnell Hundred of MacDonnell land grant 1866 Grant Book 30 Page 277 County Grey

SCHMIDT, Joachim farmer Compton Hundred of Rivoli Bay land grant 1887[-1888] Grant Book 31 Page 258 County Grey

SCHMIDT, Joachim sheepfarmer Compton Hundred of Young land grant 1898 Grant Book 30 Page 128 County Grey

SCHMIDT, Johann Carl Heinrich farmer Dismal Swamp near Mt Gambier Hundred of Young land grant 1901 Grant Book 30 Page 129 County Grey

SCHMIDT, Johann Christoph farmer South Rhine 1861 Memorial 10/178

SCHMIDT, Johannes Franz Christian farmer Emu Downs. Hundred of Apoinga land grant 1911 Grant Book 8 Page 66 County Burra

SCHMIDT, Johann Friedrich farmer Brownlow trustee unnamed Lutheran Church 1895 Grant Book 18 Page 108 County Eyre

SCHMIDT, Johann Heinrich farmer Willowie Hundred of Willowie land grant 1899 Grant Book 24 Page 749 County Frome

No 1

SCHMIDT, Johann Heinrich Nicholaus accountant Adelaide 1893 Application 22524

SCHMIDT, Johann Heinrich Nicholaus oil and colour merchant Adelaide (Rundle St), became a bankrupt in 1894 Memorial 226/421

SCHMIDT, Johann Philipp butcher Adelaide 1848[-1853] Memorial 279/11

SCHMIDT, John mariner Pt Adelaide 1856 Memorial 124/101

SCHMIDT, John Albert labourer Gawler South 1927 Memorial 91/497

SCHMIDT, Joseph farmer Terowie Hundred of Terowie land grant 1880 Grant Book 40 Page 11 County Kimberley

SCHMIDT, Maria Helene of Compton near Mt Gambier linked with Anna Bertha BOEHNKE nee Schmidt no description 1887 Memorial 62/385

SCHMIDT, Martin Christian Christoph storekeeper Yongala. Youngala (Hundred of Yongala) township allotment land grant 1876[-1877] Grant Book 13 Page 150 County Dalhousie

SCHMIDT, Richard doctor Willunga 1850[-1851] Memorial 500/30

No 1

SCHMIDT, Sebastian farmer Barossa 1848 Memorial 272/11

SCHMIDT, Sebastian farmer Gawler 1853 Memorial 25/52

SCHMIDT, Sebastian farmer Cockatoo Creek Hundred of Barossa 1854[-1877] Memorial 1/86

SCHMIDT, Sebastian farmer Cockatoo Valley 1859 Memorial 50/156

SCHMIDT, Sebastian farmer Hundred of Barossa 1860 Memorial 111/167

SCHMIDT, Sebastian farmer Barossa West 1863 Memorial 216/190

SCHMIDT, Sebastian farmer Cockatoo Creek near Gawler Hundred of Terowie land grant 1881 Grant Book 40 Page 15 County Kimberley

SCHMIDT, Thomas Sebastian farmer Hundred of Wonna 1894[-1903] Memorial 229/422

SCHMIDT, Willis Brian and SCHMIDT, Frederick Charles farmers Kangarilla, aged 49 and 51 years respectively in 1954, declared that they were both born in the district and both worked on adjoining properties as boys Application 29054

No 1

SCHMIDT, Wilhelm farmer Parrot Hill 1864 Memorial 216/197

No 2

SCHMIDT, Wilhelm farmer Hundred of Wonna linked with Agnes Schmidt widow no residence mentioned 1891 Memorial 99/407

SCHMIDT, William Frederick clerk 20 Clifford St, Torrensville changed his name to William Frederick SMITH 1924 Memorial 68/491

SCHMITT, George Michael farm labourer Pt Broughton. Hundred of Mundoora land grant 1908 Grant Book 14 Page 273 County Daly

SCHMITT, Jacob farmer Minlacowie 1883 Memorial 174/348

No 1

SCHMITZ, Hermann Adolph farmer Clare Co Stanley. Hundred of Booleroo land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 623 County Frome

SCHMITZ, Maurice teacher Myponga and Maria Fanny Schmitz his wife 1891 Memorial 148/407

No 1

SCHMOOK, Heinrich August carpenter Adelaide 1854 Memorial 228/75

SCHMOOK, Heinrich August cabinetmaker Adelaide 1856 Memorial 95/103

SCHMOOCK/SCHMOOK, Heinrich August the Elder carpenter Kent Town, died 5/8/1889. He left his real estate in trust to his widow, Johanne Wilhelmine Henriette Friedericke Schmoock for life, and after her death absolutely in remainder expectant for various bequests to his children, Heinrich Schmoock painter 41 Chapel St, Norwood (husband of Elizabeth Schmoock), Gustav Schmoock out of business United Services Hotel, King William St, Adelaide, and Mathilde Schmoock spinster Kent Town. Mrs Schmoock Senr died 10/9/1898 Rundle St, Kent Town, of cardiac disease, aged 69. Heinrich Schmoock formerly the Younger died 4/6/1901 Application 25223

SCHMUEKER/SCHMUCKER/SCHMÜCKER, Albert Carl labourer Hundred of Bundey 1890[-1895] Memorial 93/404

SCHMUECKER/SCHMUCKER/SCHMÜCKER, Anna Sophia widow Waterloo, died 1874. Bequests to her daughter, Editha PZYBILLA, the three unnamed daughters of the testator's daughter, Luise BERLING, and the testator's two youngest sons, Johann and Albert Schmücker Memorial 113/276

SCHMUCKER/SCHMÜCKER, Carl August of Robertstown 1884[-1885] Memorial 90/357

No 1

SCHMÜCKER/SCHMUECKER/SCHMUCKER, Friedrich Wilhelm miller Mt Charles 1858 SA Company Mt Charles Steam Flour Mill lease pt Section 5080 Hundred of Onkaparinga. Linked with Johann Peter Schmücker farmer Mt Charles Memorials 53/135 & 171/135

SCHMUECKER/SCHMUCKER/SCHMÜCKER, Friedrich Wilhelm miller Woodside, became an insolvent in 1858 Memorial 134/145

SCHMUECKER/SCHMUCKER/SCHMÜCKER, Friedrich Wilhelm farmer Robertstown Co Eyre. Hundred of Bright land grant 1883 Grant Book 9 Page 47 County Burra

SCHMUECKER/SCHMUCKER/SCHMÜCKER, Johann August and Friedrich Ernst Schmucker orchardists Mt McKenzie 1921 Application 26949

SCHMUECKER/SCHMUCKER/SCHMÜCKER, Johann Georg and Carl [Carl August?] millers Woodside 1860 Memorial 156/167

No 1

SCHMUECKER/SCHMUCKER/SCHMÜCKER, Johann Peter farmer Onkaparinga 1853 Memorial 33/64

SCHMUECKER/SCHMUCKER/SCHMÜCKER, Johann Peter miller Woodside, became an insolvent debtor during 1858 Memorial 132/145

SCHNAARS, George farmer Gawler River 1863 Memorial 220/189

No 1

SCHNAARS, Johann Heinrich Henry timber splitter Hahndorf Aug 1855 Memorial 126/90

SCHNAARS, Johann Heinrich Henry formerly timber splitter but then yeoman Hahndorf Oct 1855 Memorial 307/91

No 1

SCHNAARS, Gesine Henriette widow Gawler River 1857[-1872] Memorial 257/118, Application 11840

SCHNAARS, Gesine Henriette widow Balaklava, died 1880. She left her entire estate to Marie Caroline Schnaars Memorial 90/322

SCHNAITMANN, Walter Johannes farmer Tothill Creek 1940 Application 28266

No 1

SCHNEEMILCH, Heinrich Friedrich carpenter and yeoman Hahndorf 1853 Memorial 74/60

SCHNEEMILCH, Heinrich Friedrich carpenter and yeoman Hahndorf. Member management committee St Michael Lutheran School Hahndorf 1867 Application 8502

SCHNEEMILCH, Heinrich Friedrich carpenter and yeoman Hahndorf, died 1868. Hermann Schneemilch farmer Hahndorf, son, executor. The widow, Sophie Schneemilch nee Wellendorf, had a life interest in trust in the estate. She died 1871. Executor – her son, Hermann Schneemilch farmer Hahndorf Application 11906

SCHNEEMILCH, Johann Gotthilf Hermann carpenter Hahndorf 1876[-1877] Application 15620

No 1

SCHNEIDER, Andreas farmer Light Pass 1852[-1855] Memorial 289/41

SCHNEIDER, Andreas farmer [formerly of Light Pass but now of the] Hundred of Belvidere 1856[-1858] Memorial 226/95

SCHNEIDER, Andreas Traugott farmer Australia Plains 1889 Memorial 92/396

No 1 - Johann Friedrich August Schneider

SCHNEIDER, August labourer Stepney 1854[-1861] Memorial 448/69

SCHNEIDER, August cowkeeper Stepney 1865 Memorial 216/204

SCHNEIDER, August milkman Norwood 1866 Memorial 153/215

SCHNEIDER, August formerly labourer 1854 but then file cutter Stepney 1866 Application 7738

SCHNEIDER, Johann Friedrich August dairyman Stepney, died 2/3/1878. Father of Friedrich Edmund dairyman East Adelaide by 1888 Memorial 7/397

SCHNEIDER, Ernestine widow Stepney 1878 Application 16789

No 2

SCHNEIDER, August of Yanyarrie 1881 Memorial 185/338

No 1 - perhaps the same person

SCHNEIDER, Carl farmer Uroonda 1885 Memorial 155/370

SCHNEIDER, Carl butcher McLaren Vale 1894 Application 22672

SCHNEIDER, Carl Traugott carpenter North Adelaide 1851[-1856] Memorial 445/36

SCHNEIDER, Christian Gottlieb farmer North Road near Adelaide 1854[-1857] Memorial 455/63

SCHNEIDER, Ernst farmer Angas Park 1852[-1857] Memorial 348/41

No 1

SCHNEIDER, Ernst Friedrich Traugott farmer Greenock Creek 1855 Memorial 119/89

SCHNEIDER, Ernst Friedrich Traugott farmer Section 561 Hundred of Belvidere 1855[-1857] Memorial 334/87

SCHNEIDER, Ernst Friedrich Traugott farmer Greenock Creek 1861 Application 2637

No 1

SCHNEIDER, Ernest Gordon carpenter Murrayville Vic. Peebinga (Hundred of Peebinga) township allotment land grant 1926 Grant Book 12 Page 242 County Chandos

SCHNEIDER, Mary Jane married woman Murrayville Vic 1926 Grant Book 12 Page 242 County Chandos

SCHNEIDER, Ernst Gottlieb farmer near Stockwell 1895 Memorial 103/425

SCHNEIDER, Ferdinand farmer near Hahndorf. Member St John German Protestant Church Hahndorf 1859 Memorial 301/153

No 1

SCHNEIDER, Friedrich labourer North Adelaide 1853 Hundred of Onkaparinga land lease near Lobethal Memorial 276/48

SCHNEIDER, Friedrich farmer Gumeracha 1859 Memorial 350/157

SCHNEIDER, Friedrich Edmund farmer East Adelaide 1886[-1888] Memorial 59/381

SCHNEIDER, Friedrich Hermann, Charlotte Emma Schneider, and Auguste Minna HANSEN wife of Friedrich Hansen all of Adelaide linked with Wilhelm August Schneider of Melbourne Vic 1889 Memorial 153/398

SCHNEIDER, Gottfried and Johann August farmers North Rhine 1866 Memorial 179/229

No 1

SCHNEIDER, Henry Cornelius Judd farmer Peebinga. Hundred of Allenby land grant 1926 Grant Book 12 Page 141 County Chandos

SCHNEIDER, Henry Cornelius Judd farmer Peebinga trustee Peebinga Hall 1926 Grant Book 12 Page 241 County Chandos

SCHNEIDER, Henry William and John Henry Powell Schneider merchants New Broad St, London, England carrying on business in SA as the Patent Copper Company 1851 Memorial 429/34

SCHNEIDER, Joachim farmer Grace Plains Hundred of Dalkey land grant 1881 Grant Book 26 Page 228 County Gawler

No 1 – perhaps the same person FIND

SCHNEIDER, Johann August farmer North Rhine 1862 Application 3241

SCHNEIDER, Johann August farmer Tarcowie. Tarcowie (Hundred of Tarcowie) township allotment land grant 1879 Grant Book 13 Page 29 County Dalhousie

SCHNEIDER, Johann Carl August gardener Payneham 1865 Memorial 116/208

No 1

SCHNEIDER, Johann Heinrich the Younger teacher Reeves Plains linked with SCHNEIDER, Heinrich Adolph farmer Reeves Plains 1890 Application 21914

SCHNEIDER, John Henry retired farmer Gawler 1917, born 28/12/1868, a son of Heinrich Schneider farmer Reeves Plains and his wife Wilhelmine nee FISCHER Application 26596

No 1

SCHNEIDER, Johann Martin 54 widower farmer Reeves Plains (Father; Peter Schneider) married Eleanor WILSON nee OLDHAM [widow of James Wilson] 63 widow Little Adelaide (Father: George Oldham) on 10/8/1898 Morphett St Primitive Methodist Chapel Adelaide. Minister: Henry POPE. Witnesses: George SLOMAN builder Little Adelaide and Hannah Sloman Little Adelaide 1900 Application 24117

SCHNEIDER, Johann Martin gentleman Prospect and Eleanor Schneider his wife 1910. Mrs Schneider was formerly the wife of James WILSON of Gawler who died 13/4/1896 Application 25806

SCHNEIDER, Ludwig gentleman Adelaide 1856[-1859] Memorial 336/102

SCHNEIDER, Peter David labourer Adelaide 1848[-1851] Memorial 10/11

No 1

SCHNELLE, Friedrich farmer near Saddleworth Hundred of Arkaba land grant 1885 Grant Book 33 Page 4 County Hanson

SCHNELLE, Friedrich farmer Arkaba 1894 Memorial 234/420

SCHNELLE, Friedrich Wilhelm the Younger and Johann Hermann Schnelle farmers Arkaba 1891 Memorial 186/407

SCHOALES, GL clerk Adelaide 1884 Memorial 233/362

No 1

SCHOBER, Carl bricklayer Adelaide 1851[-1854] Memorial 246/35

SCHOBER, Carl bricklayer Adelaide, about to leave the province for a time, power of attorney to Ernst August NIEMANN cabinetmaker Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 29/11/1854 Deposit 252/OA

SCHOBER, Carl formerly bricklayer Adelaide but now in parts beyond the seas 1855 Memorial 86/99

SCHOBER, Johannes Christian labourer Gawler, died 4/5/1929. Husband of Auguste Caroline Selma Schober Memorial 139/502

No 1

SCHOBER, Johann Carl farmer Brownhill Creek 1855[-1857] Memorial 55/95

SCHOBER, Johann Carl farmer Coromandel Valley 1862[-1865] Memorial 7/186

SCHOBER, Johannes Christian labourer Gawler, died 4/5/1929. Estate worth £282. His widow, Auguste Caroline Selma Schober (Father: Carl Gottlob HETZEL of Rowlands Flat) remarried to August Friedrich BROKATE 58 widower gardener Springton on 13/12/1929 Zion Lutheran Church Gawler Application 27858

No 1

SCHOBER, Johann Friedrich farmer near Leasingham 1869[-1876] Memorial 70/243, Application 11736

SCHOBER, Johann Friedrich farmer Leasingham near Auburn 1876 Application 22457

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

SCHOCROFT, William labourer Old Tiers 1845 Application 11600

SCHOCROFT, William the Elder and Younger gardeners Crafers 1870 Memorial 210/249

SCHOCROFT, William formerly labourer 1845 but now gardener Old Tiers, Mt Lofty 1871 Application 11600

SCHOCROFT, William gardener Payneham 1879 Memorial 203/316

SCHOCROFT, William the Younger gardener Payneham 1881 Memorial 61/332

No 1

SCHODDE, Friedrich Wilhelm gentleman Gilles Plains Millicent North (Hundred of Mt Muirhead) township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 31 Page 306 County Grey

SCHODDE, Friedrich Wilhelm formerly farmer Gilles Plains but now out of business East Adelaide 1896 Memorial 184/428

SCHOELL/SCHOLL/SCHÖLL, August, Friedrich, Teddy and Caroline all of near Tanunda - heirs of the late George Schoell 1868 Memorial 61/234

SCHOELL/SCHOLL/SCHÖLL, Christian Wilhelm farmer Flaxman Valley 1866 Application 7258.

No 1

SCHOELL/SCHOLL/SCHÖLL, George Andreas [formerly] farmer Ober Langmeil 1853[-1854] Memorial 405/50

SCHOELL/SCHOLL/SCHÖLL, George Andreas [now] miner Kapunda 1854 Memorial 232/67

SCHOELL/SCHOLL/SCHÖLL, Georg Carl farmer Hahndorf 1863 Application 3839

No 1

SCHOENBERG/SCHONBERG/SCHÖNBERG, Gustav Hermann farmer Hundred of Wonna 1890[-1897] Memorial 138/431

SCHOENBERG/SCHONBERG/SCHÖNBERG, Gustav Hermann farmer Hundred of Walloway 1911 Memorial 215/464

No 1 - probably the same person

SCHOENBERG/SCHONBERG/SCHÖNBERG, Julius farmer near Sheaoak Log 1859 Memorial 126/155

SCHOENBERG/SCHONBERG/SCHÖNBERG, Carl Julius farmer Sheaoak Log 1862 Memorial 158/197

SCHOENBERG/SCHONBERG/SCHÖNBERG, Wilhelm probably of the Hundred of Walloway 1887 Memorial 100/385

No 1

SCHOENEMANN, Carl farmer Mt Torrens 1856 Memorial 226/110

SCHOENEMANN, Carl [formerly farmer Mt Torrens but now] labourer Edwardstown 1857 Memorial 177/114

SCHOENEMANN, Carl farmer The Sturt 1859 Memorial 321/154

SCHOENEMANN, Carl Christian dealer Edwardstown 1867 Memorial 85/219

SCHOENEMANN, Carl Christian farmer formerly of Waltau near Naumburg on the Saale, Prussian Saxony, but then of Edwardstown, died 1867. He left his entire estate to his son, Carl Gottfried Schoenemann farmer Edwardstown absolutely Memorial 176/220

No 1

SCHOENEMANN, Carl Gottfried farmer Edwardstown 1866 Memorial 26/210

SCHOENEMANN, Carl Gottfried farmer Edwardstown linked with Carl Christian Schoenemann dealer Edwardstown 1867 Memorial 85/219

No 1

SCHOENING/SCHONING/SCHÖNING, Carlis Heinrich publican Glen Osmond 14-year lease at £52 a year from Edwin OLLIVER gentleman Glen Osmond of the Miner's Arms Hotel, Glen Osmond together 'with the yard, garden, stockyard, stables and outbuildings and … the paddock containing about 2 acres thereunto belonging' 1862 Memorial 350/183

SCHOENING/SCHONING/SCHÖNING, Carl Heinrich labourer Tanunda 1884 Application 20064

No 1

SCHOFF, Christian farmer Gilles Plains 1853[-1854] Memorial 37/55

SCHOFF, Christian farmer Section 806 Hundred of Nuriootpa 1858 Memorial 261/135

SCHOFF, Christian farmer Neu Mecklenburg near Sheaoak Log 1864 Memorial 47/196

SCHOFF, Friedrich farmer Gilles Plains 1861 Memorial 199/178

No 1 - perhaps the same person

SCHOFF, Johann farmer Sheaoak Log 1854[-1861] Memorial 84/135

SCHOFF, Johann of Neu Mecklenburg 1866 Memorial 92/215

SCHOFF, Johann Christian licensed victualler Greenock 1867 Application 8479

SCHOFF, John blacksmith North Adelaide and Mary Schoff his wife 1882 Application 19172

SCHOFIELD, James farmer Hamilton on the Light 1872 Memorial 180/258

No 1

SCHOFIELD, John carpenter Oakbank 1856[-1857] Memorial 207/102

SCHOFIELD, John farmer Oakbank 1870 Memorial 213/249

No 2

SCHOFIELD, John sawyer Alberton purchased the British Standard Hotel at Alberton 1861 Memorial 26/176

SCHOFIELD, John sawyer Pt Adelaide 1866[-1868] Memorial 151/209

SCHOFIELD, John sawyer Alberton, and Jane Sarah Schofield his wife, adminstratix of the personal estate of the late Benjamin MOCKRIDGE overseer of works Alberton 1880 Application 18048

SCHOFIELD, Joshua of Bowden 1851[-1861] Memorial 48/112

SCHOFIELD, Walter licensed victualler Kingston Lacepede Bay 1866[-1869] Memorial 164/218

No 1

SCHOFIELD, William plaster Adelaide 1839 Application 18136

SCHOFIELD, William plasterer Adelaide 1845[-1847] Memorial 452/4

SCHOFIELD, William Albert electrician 41 Morialta Road, Rostrevor 1956 Memorial 188/530

No 1 - probably the same person

SCHOLEFIELD, James farmer near Hamilton on the Light 1872 Memorial 180/258

SCHOLEFIELD, James farmer near Marrabel on the Dirty Light 1877[-1882] Memorial 137/298

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

SCHOLEFIELD, James auctioneer Riverton 1904 Memorial 26/452

SCHOLEFIELD, James auctioneer Riverton Clerk of the District Council of Gilbert 1904 Application 24870

No 1

SCHOLEFIELD, Muriel Eiffe married woman Brighton 1916 Memorial 172/473

SCHOLEFIELD, Muriel Effie married woman 3 Seawall, Glenelg, died 6/9/1950. Wife of Frank Sykes Scholefield. Mother of Shirley Scholefield and Beverley NISBET Memorial 17/530

SCHOLES, James S accountant to Messrs KNOX & THRUPP solicitors Adelaide 1870 Memorial 117/247

SCHOLL, William Horatio doctor of medicine formerly of Adelaide 1855 but now of Wallaroo Bay 1870 Application 10829

No 1

SCHOLLAR, John Sampson Thorne farmer Reedbeds 1856 Memorial 172/97

SCHOLLAR, John Sampson Thorne farmer Port Road linked with Jane Sampson Thorne Schollar spinster of the same place 1861 Memorial 320/176

SCHOLLAR, John Sampson Thorne farmer Port Road and Jane Sampson Thorne spinster Port Road 1863 linked with Mary Schollar spinster Melcombe Villa Port Road. Probably relatives of Jane Sampson Schollar widow Port Road 1861 Application 5380.

No 1

SCHOLLAR, Richard farmer Woodville 1851 Memorial 286/38

SCHOLLAR, Richard dairyman Reedbeds 1853[-1854] Memorial 75/49

SCHOLLAR, Richard farmer Reedbeds 1854[-1855] Memorial 349/74, Application 20000

SCHOLLAR, Richard Schollar farmer. Father of Clarissa Maria Schollar spinster both of the Reedbeds 1857 Memorial 91/113

SCHOLLAR, Richard farmer Melcombe Farm near Pt Adelaide 1857[-1860] Memorial 87/117

SCHOLLAR, Richard farmer near Queenstown 1860 Application 1650

SCHOLLAR, Richard yeoman Reedbeds, died c1860. He left his entire estate to his wife, Jane Sampson Schollar Memorial 128/172

SCHOLLAR, Jane Sampson widow Reedbeds 1864 Memorial 189/199

SCHOLLAR, Jane Sampson widow of the late Richard Schollar formerly farmer Woodville but now deceased 1866 Application 7421

SCHOLLARD, William yeoman Bowden 1863 Memorial 288/189

SCHOLZ, August wheelwright Riverton 1869[-1881] Memorial 248/236, Application 18555

SCHOLZ, Carl Friedrich Hermann shoemaker Willaston 1906 and Johanne Auguste Scholz his wife Application 25328

SCHOLZ, CH carpenter Willaston 1900 Application 24048

SCHOLZ, Ernst August wheelwright Riverton 1890 Application 21911

No 1 - likely to be the same person

SCHOLZ, Ernst Hermann farmer Light Pass 1860 Memorial 308/165

SCHOLZ, Ernst Hermann farmer near Hoyleton 1881 Memorial 186/336

SCHOLZ, EHR wheelwright Riverton 1926 Memorial 77/496

SCHOLZ, Friedrich Gustav farmer Parnaroo 1891 Memorial 76/410

No 1 - likely to be the same person

SCHOLZ, George Friedrich farmer Little Plain near Marrabel on the Dirty Light 1868 Memorial 133/234

SCHOLZ, George Friedrich farmer Hallett 1885 Memorial 173/370

SCHOLZ, Gottlieb farmer Hamilton on the Light 1875 Memorial 126/282

No 1

SCHOLZ, Heinrich farmer Light Pass 1854[-1885] Memorial 190/77

SCHOLZ, Heinrich farmer Light Pass. Lake Killalpaninna Lutheran Mission trustee 1885 Memorial 153/378

No 1 - likely to be the same person

SCHOLZ, Gottfried farmer Angas Park 1853 Memorial 420/59

SCHOLZ, Johann Gottfried farmer Angas Park 1854 Memorial 208/69

SCHOLZ, Johann Gottfried farmer formerly of Light Pass but now of NSW 1871 Memorial 5/253

SCHOLZ, JH farmer Parnaroo 1882 Memorial 147/338

No 1 - Johann Heinrich Scholz

SCHOLZ, Heinrich wheelwright Nuriootpa 1860 Memorial 38/165

SCHOLZ, Johann Heinrich wheelwright Nuriootpa 1885 Application 20412

SCHOLZ, Wilhelm Gotthelf farmer Pinnaroo. Hundred of Pinnaroo land grant 1938 Grant Book 12 Page 60 County Chandos

SCHOLZ, Wilhelm Heinrich farmer Light Pass 1857 Memorial 338/129

SCHOLZ, Wilhelm Rudolph farmer Sutherlands 1887 Memorial 9/385

SCHOMBURGK, Alfred Robert Acting Staff Sergeant-Major in the A & J Staff Adelaide changed his name to Alfred ROBERTS 1915 Memorial 147/473

SCHOMBURGK, Louis Schomburgk baker Adelaide and Sarah Ann Schombugk his wife [Was she a MACKLIN?] 1876 Memorial 116/295

No 1

SCHOMBURGK, Otto physician near Gawler 1850 Memorial 94/21

SCHOMBURGK, Otto gentleman Section 44 near Gawler. Buchsfelde St Paul's Lutheran Chapel trustee 1851 Memorial 208/40

SCHOMBURGK, Otto Esquire medical doctor Gawler 1856[-1858] Trustee of the Gawler Town & Suburban Building and Investment Society Memorial 114/98

No 1

SCHOMBURGK, Otto Heinrich deputy sheriff Park Tce, Unley and Ada Louisa Schomburgk his wife 1903 Memorial 189/448

SCHOMBURGK, Otto Heinrich sheriff Adelaide (South Tce), and Ada Louisa Schomburgk his wife 1905 Memorial 32/454

SCHOMBURGK, Otto Heinrich sheriff Adelaide (South Tce) and Ada Louisa Schomburgk his wife 1910 Application 25858

No 1

SCHOMBURGK, Richard Moritz gentleman Adelaide 1849 Memorial 102/17

SCHOMBURGK, Richard Moritz gentleman Buchsfelde 1854 Memorial 486/78

SCHOMBURGK, Richard Moritz farmer Buchsfelde 1859 Memorial 99/161

No 1

SCHONDORF, CSD of Angas Park near Nuriootpa 1854 Memorial 458/77

SCHONDORF, Christoph Samuel Daniel Minister of the Gospel Light Pass 1855[-1866] Memorial 315/94 Minister of the Gospel Bethel Oct 1866 Memorial 64/216 Minister of the Gospel formerly of Light Pass but now of Bethel 1866 Memorial 89/217

SCHONDORF, Christoph Samuel Daniel minister of the Gospel Bethel 1889. He had bought land for the use of Die Brüder Unität of Berthelsdorf near Herrenhut , Kingdom of Saxony Application 21648

SCHONDORF, Christoph Samuel Daniel minister of the gospel Bethel Hundred of Light land grant 1891 Grant Book 44 Page 187 County Light

SCHONDORF, Christoph Waldemar out of business Kapunda 1928 Memorial 54/499

SCHOPPMEIER, Carl Fritz Emil labourer Glanville and Margaret Jane Schoppmeier his wife 1913 Application 26248

SCHORBACK, Martin farmer South Rhine 1865 Memorial 55/206

No 1 - Carl Friedrich Ernst Schottelius

SCHOTTELIUS, Carl shoemaker Macclesfield 1852 Memorial 24/41

SCHOTTELIUS, Carl Friedrich Ernst farmer Bugle Ranges 1860 Application 1536

SCHOTTELIUS, Carl Friedrich Ernst farmer Callington on the Bremer 1863 Memorial 336/191

SCHOTTELIUS, Carl Friedrich Ernst miner Callington on the Bremer 1865 Memorial 305/207

No 1 - perhaps to be identified with the previous entry

SCHOTTELIUS, Friedrich Carl farmer linked with Marie Therese Auguste Schottelius married woman and Otto Carl Schottelius farmer all of Black Rock 1893 Memorial 29/420

No 1

SCHOTTELIUS, Friedrich Wilhelm of Black Rock Plain 1889[-1893] Memorial 55/400

SCHOTTELIUS, Friedrich Wilhelm farmer Black Rock near Kooringa. Hundred of Morgan land grant 1904 Grant Book 13 Page 422 County Dalhousie

No 1

SCHOTTELIUS, Otto Carl Albert miner Callington on the Bremer 1864 Memorial 15/195

SCHOTTELIUS, Otto Carl Albert out of business Callington on the Bremer, died c1866. Father of Ernst Schottelius, Emilie, Bertha and Aminda Schottelius, and his youngest daughter, Auguste Juliane Luise Schottelius, still under 21 years of age. Executor; Heinrich BOLTE shoemaker Hahndorf Memorial 39/224

No 2 - likely to be the same person

SCHOTTELIUS, Otto Albert of Black Rock 1887 Memorial 101/384

SCHOTTELIUS, Otto Carl Albert farmer Black Rock Plain. Friedrich Wilhelm Schottelius mentioned but not described 1890 Memorial 13/405

SCHOTTELIUS, Otto Carl Albert farmer Black Rock. Hundred of Black Rock Plain land grant 1901[-1904] Grant Book 13 Page 114 County Dalhousie

No 1

SCHOTTELIUS, Carl Friedrich Ernst farmer Callington and Otto Carl Albert Schottelius miner Callington 1865 Memorial 305/207

SCHOTTELIUS, Carl Friedrich Ernst out of business Callington, died c1867. He left certain moneys in trust to his youngest daughter, Auguste Juliane Luise Schottelius when she turned 18. If she died before turning 18, the money to be divided equally amongst the testator's 2nd son, Ernst Schottelius, and the testator's other daughters Emilie Schottelius, Bertha Schottelius and Aminda Schottelius. Trustee: Heinrich BOLTE shoemaker Hahndorf Memorial 39/224

No 1

SCHRADER, August farmer Glenberry 1854 Memorial 361/78

SCHRADER, August farmer Adelaide 1856 Memorial 383/98

No 1

SCHRADER, Carl storekeeper Greenock, declared 1855 that he had ben born in Nienburg, Hanover, in 1831 Application 21470

SCHRADER, Carl storekeeper Greenock Creek 1855[-1857] Memorial 300/84

SCHRADER, Friedrich August Carl farmer Hundred of Kapunda 1857[-1858] Memorial 65/129

SCHRADER, Friedrich August Carl storekeeper Greenock 1859 Memorial 51/151, Application 787

No 1

SCHRADER, Heinrich Ludwig Christian licensed victualler Adelaide 1872 Application 12154

SCHRADER, Heinrich Ludwig Christian musician Adelaide, died 21/2/1880. By 1898, his widow, Wilhelmine Henriette Ernestine Schrader, lived in Minetta Villa Rundle St, Kent Town. Father of Anna Auguste Wilhelmine CLAUSEN wife of Franz Louis Clausen mining agent Adelaide and Carl Wihelm Schrader commercial traveller Wayville. Executor of the estate: Georg Heinrich Christoph MEYER agent Adelaide (Pirie St) Memorial 243/435

SCHRADER, Heinrich Ludwig Christian musician Adelaide, died 21/2/1880. By 1902, his widow, Wilhelmine Henriette Ernestine Schrader, lived at Minnetta Villa Rundle St, Kent Town, and two of his sons, Carl Wilhelm Schrader warehouseman lived at Wayville and Hermann Theodor Schrader musician lived at Wonga 50 Chatsworth Rd, East Prahran Vic Memorial 151/446

SCHRADER, Hermann painter Albert Park and Evelyn Elizabeth Schrader his wife 1896 Application 23141

SCHRADER, Hermann Theodor musician Wonga 50 Chatsworth Road, East Prahan Vic 1904 Memorial 119/450

No 1

SCHRADER, Hermann barber Adelaide (Currie St) 1864[-1877] Memorial 191/192

SCHRADER, Johann Heinrich Hermann barber Adelaide 1866 Memorial 227/217

SCHRADER, Johannes Andreas painter Adelaide 1873[-1878] Memorial 152/267

SCHRADER, Mrs widow Osmond Tce, Norwood 1886 Application 21118

No 1

SCHRAM, Hiram farmer South Para 1856 Memorial 430/95

SCHRAM, Hiram farmer Uley, Gawler Hills Munno Para. Uley Particular Baptist Chapel trustee 1865 Memorial 81/206

SCHRAM, Hiram labourer Little Swamp near Pt Lincoln and Sarah Schram his wife 1892 Memorial 93/418

SCHRAMM, Abraham and Hiram farmers Pt Lincoln 1884 Application 20144

No 1

SCHRAMM, Alfred clerk Kapunda Co Light. Hundred of Eurelia land grant 1882 Grant Book 13 Page 382 County Dalhousie

SCHRAMM, Alfred of Carrieton 1885 Memorial 223/366

SCHRAMM, Alfred of Belton 1886 Memorial 137/387

SCHRAMM, Alfred agent formerly of Carrieton but now of Adelaide 1888 Memorial 122/393

SCHRAMM, Alfred cordial manufacturer Unley, changed his name to Alfred SEATON 1916. Born 30/4/1857 Unley to Johann Friedrich Schramm and Mary Jane Schramm nee TAPLEY Memorial 123/474

SCHRAMM, Alfred Stanley architect formerly of Unley but now of Sydney NSW, changed his name to Frederick Robinson SEATON 1916. Born 4/3/1890 Hyde Park to Alfred Schramm and Florence Alice Schramm nee ROBINSON Memorial 121/474

No 1

SCHRAMM, Francis Alfred labourer Pt Lincoln 1946 Memorial 169/519

SCHRAMM, Francis Alfred formerly labourer but now butcher Pt Lincoln 1947 Application 28537

SCHRAMM, Friedrich mercantile clerk Unley, changed his name to Stanley Alfred SEATON 1916. Born 21/23/1892 Southwark to Alfred Schramm and Florence Alice Schramm nee ROBINSON Memorial 122/474

SCHRAMM, Herbert Tapley bank clerk Unley changed his name to Herbert Tapley SEATON 1919. Born 29/7/1895 Gover St, Adelaide, to Alfred Schramm and Florence Alice nee ROBINSON Memorial 137/479

No 1

SCHRAMM, Johann merchant Adelaide 1851[-1855] Memorial 292/29

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

SCHRAMM, Johann storekeeper Kapunda 1861 Memorial 66/177

SCHRAMM, Johann Carl Friedrich baker Adelaide 1855 Memorial 444/82

No 1

SCHRAMM, Johann Friedrich Esquire Glenelg 1853 Memorial 395/51

SCHRAMM, Johann Friedrich merchant Adelaide 1854[-1858] Memorial 169/74

SCHRAMM, Johann Friedrich merchant formerly of Adelaide but now of Kapunda 1862 Memorial 75/184

SCHRAMM, John Frederick storekeeper South Tce, Kapunda and Mary Jane Schramm his wife 1867 Memorial 96/218

SCHRAMM, Johann Friedrich merchant Kapunda. Trustee Wheal Nitschke Mining and Smelting Company 1866 Memorial 68/261

SCHRAMM, JF commercial agent Carrieton 1881 Memorial 181/331

SCHRAMM, Johann Friedrich wheatbuyer Carrieton. Carrieton (Hundred of Eurelia) township allotment land grant 1881 Grant Book 13 Page 303 County Dalhousie

SCHRAMM, Johann Friedrich commission agent Carrieton trustee Carrieton Cemetery 1882 Grant Book 13 Page 381 County Dalhousie

No 1

SCHRAMM, Shala labourer Pt Lincoln 1896 Memorial 108/428

SCHRAMM, Schaler farmer Little Swamp near Pt Lincoln 1918 Application 26672

SCHRAMM, Shaler labourer Pt Lincoln 1923 Memorial 156/487

SCHRAMM, Shaler farmer Pt Lincoln, aged 65 in 1924 Application 27650

SCHRAMM, Shaler farmer Pt Lincoln 1932 Application 27857

No 1

SCHRAMM, Washington of Pt Lincoln 1882 Memorial 59/337

SCHRAMM, Washington labourer Coffin Bay Lake Wangary 1912[-1918] Memorial 108/467, Application 26172

SCHRAMM, Wilhelm tinman Adelaide 1874[-1893] Application 13220

SCHRAPEL, Friedrich Wilhelm farmer South Kilkerran 1900 Memorial 67/440

SCHRAPEL, Johanne widow Tanunda 1885 Memorial 191/371

SCHRAPEL, Johannes Theodor of Kilkerran 1900 Memorial 154/440

SCHRAPEL, Johannes Traugott blacksmith Tanunda 1897 Memorial 2/430, Application 23270

No 1

SCHRAPEL, Johann Friedrich August farmer Langmeil 1852 Memorial 157/42

SCHRAPEL, Johann Friedrich August farmer Tanunda 1856 Memorial 89/106

SCHRAPEL, Johann Friedrich August vinegrower Tanunda 1862 Memorial 245/181

No 1

SCHRAPEL, Johann Gottlob farmer Co Light 1845 Memorial 334/4

SCHRAPEL, Johann Gottlob farmer Tanunda 1850 Memorial 57/27

SCHREIBER, Anton of Adelaide, power of attorney to Adolph von TREUER gentleman Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 16/3/1886 Deposit 22/1889

SCHREIBER, Louis greengrocer Adelaide (Hindley St) 1851[-1852] Memorial 405/34

SCHREIBER, Wilhelm barman Tumby Bay Hundred of Hutchison land grant 1908 Grant Book 21 Page 91 County Flinders

No 1 - likely to be the same person; unresolved spelling

SCHREPP, Heinrich farmer Klemzig 1851 Memorial 243/56

SCHREEP, Heinrich Ernst farmer Rosenthal 1853 Memorial 284/49

No 1

SCHREYVOGEL, Daniel Heinrich gentleman Mt Crawford 1847[-1852] Memorial 59/10

SCHREYVOGEL, Daniel Henry storekeeper Yorke Peninsula Hundred of Melville land grant 1875 Grant Book 19 Page 72 County Fergusson

No 1

SCHRIEVER, Otto labourer Balhannah 1881[-1884] Memorial 247/336

SCHRIEVER, Otto labourer Section 4014 Mt Barker Special Survey Balhannah 1881 Application 22254

SCHROEDER/SCHRODER/SCHRÖDER, Adeline Hermine spinster Norwood 1898 Application 23641

SCHROEDER/SCHRODER/SCHRÖDER, Adolph labourer Point Pass 1910 Grant Book 17 Page 179 County EyreNo 1 - likely to be the same person

SCHROEDER/SCHRODER/SCHRÖDER, Alfred carpenter Norwood 1867 Memorial 122/224

SCHROEDER/SCHRODER/SCHRÖDER, Alfred builder Kent Town 1868[-1870] Memorial 9/231, Application 10876

No 1 - likely to be the same person

SCHROEDER/SCHRODER/SCHRÖDER, AG clerk to Nathaniel OLDHAM of Adelaide 1876 Memorial 222/291

SCHROEDER/SCHRODER/SCHRÖDER, Alfred George land agent Adelaide 1881[-1930] Memorial 192/335

SCHROEDER/SCHRODER/SCHRÖDER, AG agent Adelaide (Gilbert Place) 1883 Application 19706

SCHROEDER/SCHRODER/SCHRÖDER, Alfred George land agent Adelaide Co Adelaide. Cockburn (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1886 Grant Book 65 Page 169 County Not named

SCHROEDER/SCHRODER/SCHRÖDER,, August Friedrich hotelkeeper Adelaide (Wakefield St) 1906 Memorial 126/455

No 1

SCHROEDER/SCHRODER/SCHRÖDER, Eduard Wilhelm farmer Mt Barker [probably Grünthal Mt Barker District]. He purchased Section 1782 Mt Barker Special Survey in partnership with his brother-in-law Carl Eduard REIMANN and Carl Anton WUTTKE farmers Mt Barker 1850[-1854] Memorial 187/28

SCHROEDER/SCHRODER/SCHRÖDER, Eduard Wilhelm farmer Hahndorf purchased land grant Section 3832 Hundred of Onkaparingas 1853 Memorial 335/73

SCHROEDER/SCHRODER/SCHRÖDER, Eduard Wilhelm farmer near Hahndorf purchased Section 4081 Hundred of Onkaparinga 1854 Memorial 455/72

SCHROEDER/SCHRODER/SCHRÖDER, Eduard Wilhelm yeoman near Hahndorf 1862[-1873] Memorial 129/183

SCHROEDER/SCHRODER/SCHRÖDER, Eduard Wilhelm farmer near Hahndorf [with Carl Eduard REIMANN farmer near Hahhndorf]. Trustee for the will of George BOEHM farmer Hahndorf 1869[-1876] Memorial 237/242, Search 2460

SCHROEDER/SCHRODER/SCHRÖDER, Eduard Wilhelm farmer Rebensberg near Hahndorf, died 9/9/1895. He left his widow, Johanne Auguste Schroeder nee SHAEPEL, his £100 life insurance policy, and all other money, to be placed in a bank, for which she was to receive the iterest for life, also the right to live in two rooms of the farmhouse and to keep the furniture and fittings in there. EW Schroeder's son, Hermann Albert Schroeder, had to buy Rebensberg from the trustees, paying out each of his brothers and sisters in turn in order each successive year, also completing payment before he received the deeds - Naomi Lydia Schroeder £150, Erhard Simeon Schroeder £60, Eduard Nathaniel Schroeder £250, Ana Mathilde Schroeder £230, Ernst Eduard Schroeder £125, Auguste Sophie Schroeder £230, Johanne Mathilde Schroeder £230, Carl Alfred Schroeder £125. The first trustees were Julius Maximilian TEMME storekeeper Hahndorf (storekeeper Kingswood by 1923) and Carl BOM monumental mason Hahndorf. Hermann Albert Schroeder died 15/8/1901. He gave his son, Richard Schroeder, the right to buy Rebensberg, once he turned 24 (born 17/4/1893). He had to pay out £75 at the end of the year, each of his brothers and sisters and lastly his mother, in turn in the order shown in successive years - Wilhelm, Hilda, Alwin, Clara, Alma, Bernhard and Johanne Wilhelmine Sophia Schroeder. If Richard died before turning 24, the offer to be made to Alwin, and then Bernhard in that order, if Alwin Schroeder died before the age of 24. Erhard Simeon Schroeder changed his name to Edward Simeon STERLING on 23/8/1916. Johanne Auguste Schroeder died 24/11/1905 Rebensberg, of acute uraemia, aged 81 Application 27227

SCHROEDER/SCHRODER/SCHRÖDER, Ernst August contractor North Adelaide 1858 Memorial 253/135

SCHROEDER/SCHRODER/SCHRÖDER, Ernst Eduard of Farina 1890 Memorial 34/402

SCHROEDER/SCHRODER/SCHRÖDER, Francis David Herbert orchardist Angaston 1911 Application 26005

SCHROEDER/SCHRODER/SCHRÖDER,, Friedrich Wilhelm locksmith Hindmarsh 1853 Memorial 464/48

No 1

SCHROEDER/SCHRODER/SCHRÖDER, George of SA 1854 Memorial 86/79

No 2 - probably a continuation of No 1

SCHROEDER/SCHRODER/SCHRÖDER,, George of Norwood 1868 Memorial 202/231

SCHROEDER/SCHRODER/SCHRÖDER,, George architect Kent Town 1873 Memorial 136/269

No 3

SCHROEDER/SCHRODER/SCHRÖDER, George labourer Penrice 1895 Application 23018

SCHROEDER/SCHRODER/SCHRÖDER,, George Friedrich shoemaker Tanunda 1853 Memorial 6/61

SCHROEDER/SCHRODER/SCHRÖDER, George Heinrich cabinetmaker Norwood 1851[-1868 Memorial 14/30

No 1

SCHROEDER/SCHRODER/SCHRÖDER, Heinrich farmer Adelaide 1852 Memorial 344/42

SCHROEDER/SCHRODER/SCHRÖDER, Henry gentleman Adelaide 1852 Memorial 408/43

SCHROEDER/SCHRODER/SCHRÖDER, Heinrich farmer Adelaide, a bachelor aged about 24 years, died c1852-1853, from an accident while driving a dray. His only relative in SA, an uncle, left SA soon afterwards to return to Germany Application 19294

No 2

SCHROEDER/SCHRODER/SCHRÖDER, Heinrich storekeeper Lyndoch Valley 1854[-1856] Memorial 321/71

No 3

SCHROEDER/SCHRODER/SCHRÖDER, Henry civil servant Park Rd, Dulwich 1902 Application 27424

No 1

SCHROEDER/SCHRODER/SCHRÖDER, Johann Friedrich Wilhelm farmer Angas Valley trustee unnamed Chapel Hundred of Angas Hundred of Angas land grant 1885 Grant Book 58 Page 182 County Sturt

SCHROEDER/SCHRODER/SCHRÖDER, Johann Friedrich Wilhelm farmer Angas Valley trustee unnamed Cemetery Hundred of Angas Hundred of Angas land grant 1887 Grant Book 58 Page 183 County Sturt

No 1

SCHROEDER/SCHRODER/SCHRÖDER,, Otto Wilhelm of Leigh St, Adelaide 1873[-1874] Memorial 179/269

SCHROEDER/SCHRODER/SCHRÖDER, Otto Wilhelm clerk Norwood 1876 Memorial 142/296

SCHROEDER/SCHRODER/SCHRÖDER, Richard Otto farmer Mt Barker. Member St Michael Lutheran Church Ambleside (formerly Hahndorf) 1931 Application 27837

SCHROEDER/SCHRODER/SCHRÖDER, Richard Reinhold labourer Point Pass 1910 Grant Book 17 Page 179 County Eyre

No 1

SCHROEDER/SCHRODER/SCHRÖDER, Richmond gold digger Jupiter Creek 1871 Memorial 94/253

SCHROEDER/SCHRODER/SCHRÖDER, Richmond wellsinker Yarrowie 1882 Book 13 Page 261 County Dalhousie

SCHROEDER/SCHRODER/SCHRÖDER, Richmond of the Hundred of Coomooroo 1886 Memorial 45/378

No 1

SCHROEDER/SCHRODER/SCHRÖDER,, Robert Ferdinand Theodor farmer Bugle Ranges 1856[-1861] Memorial 330/110

SCHROEDER/SCHRODER/SCHRÖDER, Robert Ferdinand Theodor farmer The Tinpot 1862 Application 3196

No 1

SCHROETER/SCHROTER/SCHRÖTER, Friedrich Wilhelm Georg blacksmith North Adelaide 1854 Memorial 284/73

SCHROETER/SCHROTER/SCHRÖTER, Friedrich Wilhelm Georg blacksmith Irish Town Allandale North 1864 Application 5623

SCHROETER/SCHROTER/SCHRÖTER, Gottlieb farmer Light Pass 1854 Memorial 115/73

SCHROETER/SCHROTER/SCHRÖTER, H farm labourer Whitwarta 1878 Memorial 22/309

SCHROETER/SCHROTER/SCHRÖTER, Johann Carl August farmer Hundred of Tiparra 1885[-1893] Memorial 215/372

SCHROETER/SCHROTER/SCHRÖTER, Johann Carl August farmer Bute. Hundred of Ninnes land grant 1905 Grant Book 14 Page 298 County Daly

No 1

SCHROETER/SCHROTER/SCHRÖTER, Johann Gottfried cabinetmaker Adelaide (Grenfell St) 1851[-1854] Memorial 205/31

SCHROETER/SCHROTER/SCHRÖTER, Johann Gottfried farmer Mt Torrens 1852 Memorial 265/40

SCHROETER/SCHROTER/SCHRÖTER, Johann Gottfried cabinetmaker Pt Elliot 1854 Memorial 461/65

SCHROETER/SCHROTER/SCHRÖTER, Johann Gottfried (also known as John Godfrey Schroeter) cabinetmaker formerly of Pt Elliot but now of Sandhurst Vic 1857 Memorial 317/118

SCHROETER/SCHROTER/SCHRÖTER, Johann Heinrich farmer Bute. Hundred of Ninnes land grant 1905 Grant Book 14 Page 299 County Daly

No 1

SCHROETER/SCHROTER/SCHRÖTER, Johann Traugott farmer Bute. Bute (Hundred of Wiltunga) township allotment land grant 1884 Grant Book 14 Page 396 County Daly

SCHROETER/SCHROTER/SCHRÖTER, Johann Traugott storekeeper Bute

1888 Grant Book 14 Page 397 County Daly

SCHROETER/SCHROTER/SCHRÖTER, Marie married woman Bute 1894 Grant Book 14 Page 398 County Daly

SCHROETER/SCHROTER/SCHRÖTER, Otto Francis blacksmith Bute. Bute (Hundred of Wiltunga) township allotment land grant 1904 Grant Book 14 Page 399 County Daly

SCHUBERT, Adolph Wilhelm blacksmith Murray Bridge linked with Johann Gottlieb Schubert blacksmith Murray Bridge 1908 Grant Book 12 Page 3 County Chandos

SCHUBERT, August farmer Section 6510 near Lobethal, agreed to lease his land to Heinrich BAUMGÜRTEL the Younger and Michael BOURKE no description to prospect for gold for a year providing they 'agree not to damage his house and kitchen garden'. If gold found, a company to be formed, the lease to run for 14 years and August Schubert to get 10% of all gold raised and a sleeping share in the company 1881 Memorial 88/336

No 1

SCHUBERT, Carl farmer Greenock Hundred of Bagot land grant 1876 Grant Book 17 Page 232 County Eyre

No 1

SCHUBERT, Carl gardener near Blackwood 1883 Application 19750.

No 1

SCHUBERT, Carl Eduard farmer Towitta Hundred of Angas land grant 1885 Grant Book 58 Page 182 County Sturt

SCHUBERT, Carl Edward linked with Section 110 Hundred of Angas Co Sturt 1885 Memorial 109/364

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

No 1

SCHUBERT, Christian farmer Klemzig near Adelaide 1842 Memorial 318/2

No 2 - probably the same person

SCHUBERT, Christian the Younger farmer Grünthal Onkaparinga Land grants Sections 5306, 5309 Hundred of Onkaparinga 1849 Memorial 213 & 214/23

SCHUBERT, Christian farmer Mt Torrens 1853 Memorial 101/50

SCHUBERT, Christian the Younger farmer Mt Torrens 1876, gave pt Section 5309 Hundred of Onkaparinga to trustees Johann Friedrich Wilhelm KERBER, Johann Gottlob MENGE [MINGE?] and Johann Gottlob BARTSCH for the purpose of erecting a school and Lutheran Church Application 15338.

SCHUBERT, Eduard of Blumberg 1858 Memorial 7/138

SCHUBERT, Ernst Hermann farmer Murray Bridge 1888 Memorial 90/392

No 1

SCHUBERT, Friedrich Wilhelm blacksmith near Tanunda 1855[-1881] Memorial 146/81

No 2

SCHUBERT, Friedrich Wilhelm farmer near Mt Torrens Hundred of Finniss land grant 1881[-1884] Grant Book 58 Page 38 County Sturt

No 3 - probably the same person

SCHUBERT, Friedrich Wilhelm farmer near Government Well 1884 Memorial 54/356

SCHUBERT, Friedrich Wilhelm farmer Section 254 Hundred of Neales Co Eyre 1888 Memorial 46/390

SCHUBERT, Gottfried farmer Mt Torrens 1855 Memorial 50/88

SCHUBERT, Gustav Adolph farmer Lobethal 1888 Application 21378

SCHUBERT, Johann Christian farmer Grünthal near Hahndorf, died 3/11/1885 intestate. His widow, Dorothea Schubert, lived at Horsham Vic and would have nothing to do with her husband and his affairs. Their only son, Johann Gottlieb Schubert, was a farmer of Hahndorf Memorial 18/388

SCHUBERT, Johannes Paul farmer Tailem Bend Co Russell. Hundred of Sherlock land grant 1908 Grant Book 6 Page 33 County Buccleuch

SCHUBERT, Rolf Alvia woolclasser Adelaide, changed his name to Ralph Allen Stuart 1916. Born 4/8/1894 Coglin St, Brompton Park, son of Ferdinand Schubert and Ella Meda PELZER Memorial 158/474

No 1

SCHUBERT, Wilhelm labourer Hahndorf 1842 Memorial 34/4

SCHUBERT, Wilhelm labourer Hahndorf 1854 Linked with Johann Christian Schubert farmer Grünthal Memorial 500/78

No 2

SCHUBERT, Wilhelm the Elder farmer Lobethal - appointed trustee Lobethal Lutheran Church at a congregational meeting held 19/5/1867 Application 8586

SCHUBERT, Wilhelm farmer Lobethal Co Adelaide. Hundred of Finniss land grant 1869 Grant Book 58 Page 32 County Sturt

No 1 – perhaps the same person FIND CHECK

SCHUELER/SCHULER/SCHÜLER, Jochim Friedrich cabinetmaker Adelaide 1856 Memorial 136/96

SCHUELLER/SCHULLER/SCHÜLLER, Johann Friedrich farmer Flaxman Valley Co Light. Hundred of Melville land grant 1876 Grant Book 19 Page 74 County Fergusson

SCHUELLER/SCHULLER/SCHÜLLER, Gottfried Friedrich farmer South Rhine 1861 Memorial 68/210

No 1

SCHUELLER/SCHULLER/SCHÜLLER, Hermann Albert Berthold of Deep Creek, Hundred of Upper Wakefield 1859 Memorial 267/157

SCHUELLER/SCHULLER/SCHÜLLER, Hermann Albert Berthold of

the Little Plains 1860 Memorial 48/168

No 1

SCHUENEMANN/SCHUNEMANN/SCHÜNEMANN, Carl Heinrich mariner Glen Osmond 1850 Memorial 365/22

SCHUENEMANN/SCHUNEMANN/SCHÜNEMANN, Dorothea Auguste, born 5/9/1851, daughter of now-deceased parents, ship's captain Carl Heinrich Schünemann and his wife, Johanne nee KLAMP. The parents had married on 17/12/1857 at Bremen. A stillborn boy born 8/4/1847. DA Schünemann had a brother, Carl Heinrich Schünemann, born 23/7/1849 died 17/8/1863. The children's grandfather, also CH Schünemann, had been a Bremen merchant, and the grandmother a Doris nee SPANGEN. Johanne KLAMP was the child of sea captain John Klamp of Bremen, and his wife, Beta nee HASHAGEN. Sea captain CH Schünemann had been living in Glen Osmond in 1850, when he bought a house block on Portrush Rd. DA Schünemann's local attorneys were Adolph Theodor BÜTEFISCH and Ernst Wilhelm Theodor POSTKUSCHEN Application 14073.

SCHUEPPAN/SCHUPPAN/SCHÜPPAN, Johann farmer Wilmington 1897[-1902] Memorial 246/431

No 1

SCHUERMANN, Clamor Wilhelm missionary Pt Lincoln. Hundred of

Lincoln land grant 1849 Grant Book 21 Page 4 County Flinders

SCHUERMANN/SCHURMANN/SCHÜRMANN, Clamor Wilhelm missionary Pt Lincoln 1854 Memorial 462/78

No 1

SCHUETT/SCHUTT/SCHÜTT, Dietrich Hermann tinsmith Tanunda 1855 Memorial 485/81

SCHUETT/SCHUTT/SCHÜTT, Dietrich Hermann storekeeper and tinsmith Tanunda 1859 Memorial 334/15

SCHUETT/SCHUTT/SCHÜTT, Diedrich Hermann storekeeper Tanunda 1859 linked with Martin Hinrich Schütt Esquire Neuerwall in or near the Hanseatic Town of Hamburg 1864 Application 5199

SCHUETT/SCHUTT/SCHÜTT, Ferdinand farmer Gilbert's Range Flaxman Valley 1884 Memorial 101/358

SCHUETT/SCHUTT/SCHÜTT, Johann Heinrich Petrus cabinetmaker Adelaide (Pirie St) 1856 Memorial 158/102

No 1

SCHUETT/SCHUTT/SCHÜTT, Martin Heinrich storekeeper Tanunda 1850[-1852] Memorial 345/22

SCHUETT/SCHUTT/SCHÜTT, Martin Heinrich storekeeper Tanunda 1854 Memorial 412/73

SCHUETT/SCHUTT/SCHÜTT, Martin Heinrich of Adelaide 1856. Linked with Diederich Hermann Schütt tinman Tanunda Memorial 97/101

SCHUETT/SCHUTT/SCHÜTT, Martin Heinrich gentleman Adelaide, about to leave the province, power of attorney to Diederich Hermann Schütt tinman Tanunda, to manage his various SA properties 26/5/1856. By 12/11/1858, he was living at Hamburg, when he appointed Messrs BARTLEY, BAKEWELL & STOW his SA attorneys Deposits 123/1857 & 99/1859

SCHUETT/SCHUTT/SCHÜTT, Martin Heinrich formerly storkeeper Tanunda but now in parts beyond the seas 1857 Memorial 7/128

SCHUETT/SCHUTT/SCHÜTT, Heinrich vinegrower Stonewell near Greenock 1862 Application 3452

SCHUETT/SCHUTT/SCHÜTT, Martin Heinrich merchant Neuerwall Hanseatic Town of Hamburg 1865 Memorial 259/202

SCHUETT/SCHUTT/SCHÜTT, Martin Heinrich Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now of Hamburg 1870 Memorial 153/248

SCHUETT/SCHUTT/SCHÜTT, Martin Heinrich storekeeper formerly of Tanunda 1855 then of Adelaide but now of Hamburg in Germany 1872 Application 11857 FIND – DIVIDE??

SCHUETT/SCHUTT/SCHÜTT, Heinrich vinegrower Greenock 1877 Application 15750.

SCHUETT/SCHUTT/SCHÜTT, Heinrich wine and spirit merchant Saddleworth Co Light. Keith (Hundred of Stirling) township allotment land grant 1890 Grant Book 7 Page 97 County Buckingham

SCHUETT/SCHUTT/SCHÜTT, Otto railway porter College Park and Agnes Schutt his wife 1903[-1905] Memorial 29/448, Application 25089

No 1

SCHUETT/SCHUTT/SCHÜTT, Wilhelm painter Adelaide 1849[-1850] Memorial 317/33

SCHUETT/SCHUTT/SCHÜTT, Wilhelm Anton Eduard painter Adelaide 1851 Memorial 469/29

SCHUETT/SCHUTT/SCHÜTT, Wilhelm Anton Eduard of Adelaide, died c1852. He left his entire estate to his wife, Maria Luise Schuett nee FROHWITHER Memorial 112/145

No 1 – Johann Friedrich Schuettloeffel

SCHUETTLOEFFEL/SCHUTTLOFFEL/SCHÜTTLÖFFEL, Friedrich farmer Sheaoak Log Freeling (Hundred of Nuriootpa) township allotment land grant 1860 Grant Book 44 Page 309 County Light

SCHUETTLOEFFEL/SCHUTTLOFFEL/SCHÜTTLÖFFEL, Johann Friedrich farmer Halbury trustee Institute Halbury Halbury (Hundred of Hall) township allotment land grant 1883 Grant Book 56 Page 385 County Stanley

SCHUETZ/SCHUTZ/SCHÜTZ, Alexander mason Adelaide 1853[-1854] Memorial 188/61

No 1

SCHUETZ/SCHUTZ/SCHÜTZ, Carl ostler Kooringa 1881[-1898] Memorial 108/330

SCHUETZ/SCHUTZ/SCHÜTZ, Carl cab proprietor Kooringa 1883 Memorial 119/354

SCHUETZ/SCHUTZ/SCHÜTZ, Carl Christian livery stable keeper Kooringa 1891[-1901], died 3/8/1901. Husband of Bridget Schutz. Father of Edgar Schutz labourer Kooringa and Walter Schutz not described Memorial 162/494

SCHUETZ/SCHUTZ/SCHÜTZ, Carl Christian labourer Burra, died 3/8/1901. He left his wife, Bridget Schutz, a life interest in his real estate. After her death, his two sons, Edgar Schutz and Walter Hermann Schutz, to share equally in the real estate. WH Schutz waived his interest in the land in 1913. Bridget Schutz died 25/2/1925. Edgar Schutz labourer Burra, was 78 in 1956. He had lived in Burra for over 50 years Application 29150

No 1

SCHUETZ/SCHUTZ/SCHÜTZ, Carl August Friedrich Wilhelm market gardener pt Sections 3816 and 3930 Hundred of Noarlunga near Hahndorf 1880[-1886] Memorial 75/328, Application 20990

SCHUETZ/SCHUTZ/SCHÜTZ, Carl August Friedrich Wilhelm labourer formerly of Grünthal but now of Two Wells 1896 Memorial 30/429

SCHUETZ/SCHUTZ/SCHÜTZ, Friedrich Wilhelm innkeeper Strathalbyn 1881[-1885] Memorial 123/332

SCHUETZ/SCHUTZ/SCHÜTZ, Gottfried farmer Steinau near Angaston 1860 Memorial 69/170

SCHUETZ/SCHUTZ/SCHÜTZ, Heinrich farmer Hundred of English 1886 Grant Book 17 Page 172 County Eyre

SCHUETZ/SCHUTZ/SCHÜTZ, Heinrich August farmer Lobethal 1902 Memorial 49/445

SCHUETZ/SCHUTZ/SCHÜTZ, Johann Christian farmer Greenverge [likely in the Hundred of Strathalbyn] 1859 Memorial 323/155

SCHUETZ/SCHUTZ/SCHÜTZ, Johann August labourer Point Pass 1894 Grant Book 17 Page 174 County Eyre

SCHUETZE/SCHUTZE/SCHÜTZE, A storekeeper Nuriootpa 1853 Memorial 363/59

No 1

SCHUETZE/SCHUTZE/SCHÜTZE, Carl of Mannum 1884 Memorial 31/361

SCHUETZE/SCHUTZE/SCHÜTZE, Carl Friedrich farmer Mannum Hundred of Finniss land grant 1896 Grant Book 58 Page 46 County Sturt

No 1

SCHUETZE/SCHUTZE/SCHÜTZE, JE licensed victualler Mannum 1881 Memorial 115/331

SCHUETZE, JE storekeeper Mannum 1885 Memorial 150/365

No 1

SCHUETZE/SCHUTZE/SCHÜTZE, FE [probably Friedrich Eduard] licensed victualler Mannum 1881 Memorial 156/70

SCHUETZE/SCHUTZE/SCHÜTZE, Friedrich Eduard storekeeper Mannum 1887 Memorial 154/383

No 1

SCHUETZE/SCHUTZE/SCHÜTZE, Gottlieb Andreas carpenter Hahndorf 1853[-1855] Memorial 433/55

SCHUETZE/SCHUTZE/SCHÜTZ, Gottlieb Andreas innkeeper Hahndorf. Member St John German Protestant Church Hahndorf 1859 Memorial 301/153

No 1

SCHUETZE/SCHUTZE/SCHÜTZE, Gottlieb Wilhelm licensed victualler Mannum. Trustee Cemetery Mannum. Hundred of Finniss land grant 1876 Grant Book 58 Page 31 County Sturt

SCHUETZE/SCHUTZE/SCHÜTZE, Gottlieb Wilhelm farmer Mannum. Pt Mannum (Hundred of Finniss) township allotment land grant 1886 Grant Book 58 Page 384 County Sturt

No 1

SCHULITZ, Wilhelm general dealer Adelaide (Rundle St) 1857[-1866] Memorial 234/118

SCHULITZ, Wilhelm William pawnbroker Adelaide Co Adelaide. Kadina (Hundred of Kadina) township allotment land grant 1861 Grant Book 14 Page 17 County Daly

SCHULITZ, Wilhelm pawnbroker Adelaide and Julia Schulitz his wife 1865 Application 6191

SCHULITZ, Wilhelm pawnbroker Adelaide (Rundle St) 1873 Memorial 220/265

SCHULITZ, Wilhelm licensed pawnbroker Adelaide 1874 Application 13676.

SCHULITZ, Wilhelm broker Adelaide (Grenfell St) 1875 Memorial 212/286

SCHULITZ, Julia widow Kent Town 1890[-1897] Memorial 102/406

SCHULTE, Johann Heinrich labourer Stepney 1851[-1854] Memorial 289/30

SCHULTZ, Adolph Richard storekeeper Pt Lincoln 1946 Memorial 171/519

SCHULTZ, Alfred farmer Keith. Keith (Hundred of Stirling) township allotment land grant 1908 Grant Book 7 Page 99 County Buckingham

No 1

SCHULTZ, August farmer Hahndorf 1851 Memorial 437/32

No 1

SCHULTZ, Carl ostler Kooringa 1873 Memorial 167/270

No 2

SCHULTZ, Carl labourer Pt Adelaide 1893 Application 22490.

No 3

SCHULTZ, Carl labourer Robe S-E and Mary Agnes Schultz his wife 1913 Memorial 140/469

No 1 - perhaps the same person

SCHULTZ, Carl August farmer Angaston 1860 Memorial 6/164

SCHULTZ, Carl August farmer Krondorf 1864 Memorial 251/196

SCHULTZ, Carl August Reinhold farmer Eudunda. Emmaeus Lutheran Church trustee 1928 Memorial 155/500

SCHULTZ, Carl Emanuel farmer Pinnaroo Co Chandos. Hundred of MacGillivray land grant 1911 Grant Book 11 Page 88 County Carnarvon

No 1 - perhaps the same person

SCHULTZ, Carl Ferdinand farmer Hundred of Nuriootpa 1861 Memorial 263/178

SCHULTZ, Carl Ferdinand farmer and vinegrower near Greenock 1893 Application 22476.

SCHULTZ, Carl Ferdinand farmer Dalkey Hundred of Dalkey land grant 1902 Grant Book 26 Page 247 County Gawler

SCHULTZ, Carl Friedrich labourer Nuriootpa 1864 Memorial 214/199

SCHULTZ, Carl Friedrich Wilhelm farmer Blanchetown, aged 62 in 1936, declared that he had lived in Blanchetown for 41 years Application 28045

SCHULTZ, Charles Gustav retired Robe, aged 73 in 1937 Application 28103.

SCHULTZ, Christian farmer Greenock Creek 1853 Memorial 165/50

SCHULTZ, Edmund carriage lifter Prospect. Hundred of Kuitpo land grant 1912 Grant Book 2 Page 102 County Adelaide

SCHULTZ, Eduard Alexander innkeeper Nuriootpa 1856 Memorial 171/112

SCHULTZ, Ernst Edwin butcher Eudunda. Emmaeus Lutheran Church trustee 1928 Memorial 155/500

SCHULTZ, FB law student Adelaide 1912 Memorial 7/467

SCHULTZ, Friedrich farmer Angas Park 1854[-1859] Memorial 99/78

SCHULTZ, Friedrich Martin farmer Hundred of Koolunga 1887 Memorial 178/383

No 1 – PERHAPS THE SAME PERSON FIND

SCHULTZ, Friedrich Wilhelm bootmaker Tanunda 1852 Memorial 49/41

SCHULTZ, Friedrich Wilhelm farmer near Sedan 1853 Grant Book 17 Page 32 County Eyre

No 2

SCHULTZ, Friedrich Wilhelm farmer Robe S-E 1890 Memorial 54/404

SCHULTZ, Friedrich Wilhelm Albert wheelwright Kapunda 1931 Memorial 11/505

SCHULTZ, Friedrich Wilhelm Ferdinand farmer Naracoorte Hundred of Naracoorte land grant 1877 Grant Book 50 Page 109 County Robe

SCHULTZ, Gotthilf farmer Rowlands Flat 1852[-1859] Memorial 418/44

No 1

SCHULTZ, Gottlieb farmer Lyndoch Valley 1852[-1853] Memorial 225/46

SCHULTZ, Gottlieb farmer [formerly of Lyndoch Valley but now of the] Hundred of Nuriootpa 1858[-1864] Memorial 9/139

SCHULTZ, Gottlieb farmer Walton near Greenock 1859[-1865] During the 1860s, he leased Sections 1662, 1663 Hundred of Nuriootpa to Johann Gottlieb NITSCHKE and co-partners for mineral searches and workings. 'And upon such part of the said Section 1663 adjoining the creek running through the said section as may be required to spalt, dress and cleanse, smelt and make merchantable for sale the said ores and minerals and to take out of the said creek all such water as may be necessary for the purposes aforesaid and to run and graze horses not exceeding two in number on the said Section 1663 with free access for the same at all times to water in the said creek'. In 1865, G Schultz to get 7% of the profit within one week of any ore sales. If the project given up, 'all machinery and plant belonging to the said mine' to be taken away. In 1866, the syndicate had to pay G Schultz £150 for the right to conduct operations for apparently an unspecified time Memorials 175/158, 213/205, 67/261

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

SCHULTZ, Gottlieb farmer Tanunda 1854[-1855] Memorial 182/77

No 3 - perhaps the same person

SCHULTZ, Gottlieb farmer near Greenock 1862 Application 3217.

SCHULTZ, Gottlieb farmer near Daveyston 1864 Application 5779.

No 1

SCHULTZ, Gottlieb Johann farmer Hundred of Cassini Kangaroo Island. Hundred of Cassini land grant 1911 Grant Book 11 Page 100 County Carnarvon

SCHULTZ, Gottlieb Johann farmer Pinnaroo. Hundred of Parilla land grant 1923 Grant Book 12 Page 100 County Chandos

No 1

SCHULTZ, Heinrich farmer Angas Park 1851 Memorial 404/37

No 2

SCHULTZ, Heinrich cabinetmaker Adelaide (Gawler Place) took out an assigned underlease on Pt TA 81, the site of LODGE's Iron Store, apparently as a place to conduct his own business. John BOUNDY, now a bankrupt, had taken out the original underlease 1858 Memorial 96/147

SCHULTZ, Heinrich August farmer Lobethal 1902 Memorial 49/445

SCHULTZ, Hermann shoemaker Willaston 1888 Application 21485

SCHULTZ, Hermann Gustave farmer Callington on the Bremer 1920 Memorial 136/479

No 1

SCHULTZ, Johann farmer Adelaide 1842 Memorial 18/2

SCHULTZ, Johann farmer Black Forest 1848 Memorial 348/12

SCHULTZ, Wilhelm farmer South Road near Adelaide 1867 Memorial 194/224

SCHULTZ, Johann farmer Hammersmith near Adelaide, died in June 1857. He left his real estate to his wife, Elisabeth Schultz, for life, then to his children, Lisette Schultz and Wilhelm Schultz (a minor under 21) absolutely. Elizabeth Schultz widow Edwardstown, died 3/3/1867 of old age, aged 67. Her son, Wilhelm Schultz, then lived on Unley Road. By 1870 he was a farmer at Brownhill Creek. Lisette Schultz had married Christian BATHOST publican Adelaide on 29/9/1853 Application 14956

SCHULTZ, Johann farmer [pt section 53 Survey B] Hammersmith 1851, died June 1857. He left his entire estate to his wife, Elisabeth Schultz, for life, then to his two children in equal shares absolutely, in remainder expectant - Lisette Schultz spinster and Wilhelm Schultz, a minor under the age of 21, both living with their parents whe the will was made in 1851 Memorial 218/219 Lisette Schultz married Christian BATHOST licensed victualler Adelaide on 29/3/1853, and Wilhelm Schultz was a farmer at Brownhill Creek by 1867[-1876]. Their mother, Elisabeth Schultz, died 3/3/1867 Memorial 6/220

SCHULTZ, Johann August farmer and chaff merchant Kapunda 1909 Memorial 11/461, Application 25666

SCHULTZ, Johann Carl farmer Angas Park 1850[-1854] Memorial 394/19

SCHULTZ, Johann Carl Heinrich hairdresser Adelaide (Rundle St) 1885[-1886] Memorial 195/370

No 1

SCHULTZ, Johann Christian farmer Greenock Creek 1854[-1862] Memorial 59/72

SCHULTZ, Johann Christian farmer near Greenock 1864 Application 5461.

SCHULTZ, Johann Christian and Johann Gottfried farmers Greenock 1881 Application 18900

No 2

SCHULTZ, Johann Christian farmer Duckponds, died 1/4/1869 intestate. His wife, Maria Elisabeth Schultz, applied for letters of administration Memorial 203/239

No 1

SCHULTZ, Johann Christoph yeoman Hahndorf 1853 Memorial 78/60

SCHULTZ, Johann Christoph farmer Hahndorf, died 25/5/1879. Father of Luise Habich nee Schultz of Hahndorf, who inherited her father’s land at Hahndorf. Carl Heinrich August Schultz of Blumberg inherited £20 Application 20966

SCHULTZ, Johann Ernst labourer Nuriootpa and Auguste Ernestine Schultz his wife 1889 Application 21653

SCHULTZ, Johann Friedrich Wilhelm farmer Overland Corner. Mid-Murray A & H Society trustee 1910 Grant Book 3 Page 96 County Albert

No 1 - likely mixture of the Elder and the Younger

SCHULTZ, Johann Gotthilf farmer Tanunda 1854[-1858] Hundred of North Rhine land grant Memorial 331/73

SCHULTZ, Johann Gotthilf farmer Angaston 1856[-1857] Enrolment 23/33

SCHULTZ, Johann Paul farmer Riverton 1910[-1912] Application 25777

No 1

SCHULTZ, Mr gardener and woodcarter Summertown 1876 Application 15183

No 2

SCHULTZ, Mr bootmaker Willaston 1900 Application 24048

SCHULTZ, Paul Friedrich Wilhelm shoemaker Tanunda 1851[-1861] Memorial 385/31

SCHULTZ, Ronald Albert and SCHULTZ, Norma Pauline nee ZERNER farmers near Kapunda, aged 47 and 43 respectively in 1963. The couple married on 6/9/1941. Mrs Schultz's uncle, Friedrich Matthews Zerner farmer Kapunda, died 16/9/1956 Application 29490

SCHULTZ, Thomas Johnson formerly farm hand Farrell Flat now farmer Copperhouse and Ella Agnes Schultz his wife, aged 56 and 52 respectively in 1954, declared that they had lived in Burra for over 30 years and in Copperhouse for 5 years Application 29040

No 1

SCHULTZ, Wilhelm farmer Nuriootpa 1858 Memorial 57/144

No 2

SCHULTZ, Wilhelm carter Kooringa and Margaret Schultz his wife 1870. He could not write Application 10726

No 3

SCHULTZ, Wilhelm chaff merchant Edwardstown 1882, said that he had lived there for 40 years Application 19520

No 4

SCHULTZ, Wilhelm farmer near Rhine Villa 1890 Memorial 61/406

No 1

SCHULTZ, Wilhelm Adolph farmer Keith. Hundred of Tatiara land grant 1906 Grant Book 7 Page 28 County Buckingham

SCHULTZ, William Adolph farmer Robe S-E 1911 Memorial 133/464

SCHULTZE, Albert Carl Edwin machinist Stroud St, Cheltenham changed his name to Albert Charles Edwin WOODSFORD 1915 Memorial 58/473

SCHULTZE, Carl farmer Adelaide 1854 Memorial 160/63

SCHULTZE, Eduard Alexander licensed victualler Nuriootpa 1857[-1862] Memorial 95/122

No 1

SCHULTZE, Friedrich farmer Kapunda Co Light. Hundred of Wandearah land grant 1877 Grant Book 60 Page 355 County Victoria

SCHULTZE, Friedrich gentleman Black Rock 1897 Memorial 189/432

SCHULTZE, Friedrich out of business Black Rock Co Dalhousie, died 22/8/1902. Father of Leontine CASAROTTO wife of John Casarotto, Fredericke RODEGHIERO wife of August Rodeghiero, Emma Schultze no description, Emil Schultze labourer Georgetown and Carl Edwin Schultze no description. Executors; William Henry RUSSELL farmer formerly of Black Rock but now of Caltowie and Wilhelm Heinrich JETTNER farmer formerly of Black Rock but now of Jamestown. Estate worth £640 Memorial 78/448

SCHULTZE, Friedrich Eduard storekeeper Mannum 1884 Memorial 213/355

SCHULTZE, Friedrich Hermann Heinrich farmer Section 58 Gawler River 1850[-1851] Memorial 7/25

SCHULTZE, Johann Heinrich Friedrich Christoph Esquire of Germany 1883 Application 19880

SCHULTZE, Johann Joachim farmer Mt Torrens 1861 Memorial 43/178

No 1

SCHULZ, Adolph auctioneer Tanunda 1908 Memorial 75/460

SCHULZ, Adolph auctioneer Tanunda, died 9/11/1914 Adelaide. Estate worth £25,000. Executors; Friedrich Wilhelm GURSANSKY miller Tanunda and Hermann HOMBURG solicitor Adelaide Memorial 128/473

No 1

SCHULZ, August farmer Krondorf 1850[-1861] Memorial 67/22

SCHULZ, August farmer Krondorf, died 8/5/1862 dropsy and consumption, 99aged 52 Application 16331

No 2

SCHULZ, August blacksmith Hoffnungsthal 1855 Memorial 133/89

SCHULZ, August [formerly blacksmith Hoffnungsthal but now] farmer Lyndoch Valley 1864[-1865] Memorial 296/199

No 3

SCHULZ, August farmer North Rhine 1864 Application 5745

No 1

SCHULZ, Carl farmer Siegersdorf 1853 Memorial 20/58

SCHULZ, Carl farmer Siegersdorf 1881 Application 18475.

No 2

SCHULZ, Carl wheelwright Stockwell 1866 Memorial 232/230

No 3

SCHULZ, Carl ostler Kooringa 1873 Memorial 167/270

SCHULZ, Carl cab proprietor Kooringa 1876 Application 15145

No 1

SCHULZ, Carl August farmer the Hummocks 1875 Memorial 173/281

SCHULZ, Carl August farmer The Hummocks. Hundred of Clinton land grant 1882 Grant Book 14 Page 133 County Daly

SCHULZ, Carl August farmer South Hummocks. Hundred of Tickera land grant 1883[-1902] Grant Book 14 Page 327 County Daly

SCHULZ, Carl August farmer South Hummocks 1886[-1891] Memorial 65/377

SCHULZ, Carl Friedrich labourer Nuriootpa 1864 Memorial 214/199

SCHULZ, CL home duties 5 Magill Road, St Peters 1949 Memorial 184/524

No 1

SCHULZ, Dienegott farmer near Gawler 1861 Memorial 106/178

SCHULZ, Dienegott farmer Section 95 Hundred of Belvidere 1866 Memorial 43/216

SCHULZ, Dorothea Elisabeth widow Hahndorf 1853. She died 1866 at Friedrichstadt, of consumption, aged 71 years. Widow of Johann Schulz blacksmith Memorial 81/60, Application 8734

SCHULZ, Edmund Harold out of business 48 Belford Ave, Devon Pk, aged 66 in 1953, declared that he had lived at the above address since 1940 Application 28948

SCHULZ, Ernst Bernhard farmer Tothill Creek 1943 Memorial 140/517, Application 28365.

No 1

SCHULZ, Franz Friedrich Carl storekeeper Hundred of Barossa 1860 Memorial 191/165

SCHULZ, FFC storekeeper Lobethal 1869 Memorial 17/244

No 1

SCHULZ, Johann Friedrich farmer The Bremer 1856 Memorial 326/100

SCHULZ, Friedrich farmer The Bremer District of Strathalbyn 1857 Memorial 225/140

SCHULZ, Friedrich farmer near the Bremer River 1880 Memorial 93/322

No 2 FIND CHECK RUN PERHAPS SAME PERSON

SCHULZ, Friedrich farmer near Woodside 1861 Memorial 3/179

SCHULZ, Friedrich farmer Wilmington Hundred of Willochra land grant 1877 Grant Book 24 Page 540 County Frome

SCHULZ, Friedrich Carl contractor near Towitta 1904 Grant Book 17 Page 35 County Eyre

No 1

SCHULZ, Gottfried and Samuel farmers Wiltshire Special Survey 1847 Memorial 468/7

SCHUZ, Johann Gottfried farmer Rowlands Flat 1859 Memorial 32/158

No 1

SCHULZ, Gottfried farmer Light Pass 1852[-1854] Memorial 55/45

No 2

SCHULZ, Gottfried farmer Talunga 1861 Memorial 299/173

No 1

SCHULZ, Gottlieb Ernst butcher Tanunda 1887[-1892] Memorial 224/384

SCHULZ, Gottlieb Ernst butcher Tanunda 1910 Application 25837

No 1

SCHULZ, Gottlob farmer Onkaparinga 1862 Memorial 239/186

SCHULZ, Gottlob farmer Balhannah 1865 Memorial 125/202

SCHULZ, HC butcher Walkerville Tce, Walkerville 1910 Application 25742

SCHULZ, Heinrich labourer Point Pass 1895 Grant Book 17 Page 174 County Eyre

No 1

SCHULZ, Hermann and Wilhelm farmers Apoinga Hundred of Waterloo Co Light 1870 Memorial 47/247

No 2

SCHULZ, Hermann labourer near Millicent Hundred of Mayurra land grant 1883 Grant Book 31 Page 230 County Grey

SCHULZ, Johann Carl Friedrich farmer Charleston, died 21/6/1946. Husband of Amanda Sophia Schulz. Father of Elsa Alfrieda Schulz and Clara Severa Schulz Memorial 28/521

SCHULZ, Johann August labourer Point Pass 1894 Grant Book 17 Page 174 County Eyre

SCHULZ, Johann Ernst farmer Bakara. Bakara Evangelical Lutheran Church trustee 1908 Grant Book 3 Page 72 County Albert

SCHULZ, Johann Friedrich Christian farmer Angas Park 1857 Memorial 308/120

SCHULZ, Johann Friedrich Wilhelm farmer Millendella 1887 Memorial 219/383

No 1

SCHULZ, Johann Gottlieb (sometimes known as JG SCHULTZ) cabinetmaker Tanunda 1850[-1857] Memorials 285/29, 222/118

SCHULZ, Johann Gottlieb cabinetmaker Tanunda 1885 Application 20733

SCHULZ, Johann Gottlieb joiner Tanunda, married 29/5/1851. He died 13/2/1887. His widow, Pauline Ernestine Schulz, remarried to Friedric Kernich, also deceased by 1908. Both the Schulzes and Kernichs used Allotment A as a grazing paddock and vegetable garden Application 25500

No 2

SCHULZ, Johann Gottlieb farmer Walton 1866 Memorial 67/261

No 3

SCHULZ, Johann Gottlieb farmer Swan Reach. Hundred of Nildottie land grant 1906 Grant Book 3 Page 4 County Albert

No 4

SCHULZ, Johann Gottlieb farmer Charleston 1919 Memorial 18/479

No 5

SCHULZ, Johann Gottlieb farmer Lobethal linked with Pauline Mathilde Schulz spinster Lobethal 1925 Application 27389

SCHULZ, Johann Gottlob farmer formerly of Mannum but now of Loxton 1926 Memorial 73/495

SCHULZ, Johann Karl farmer Angas Park 1850 Memorial 394/19

SCHULZ, Johann Karl Heinrich hairdresser Adelaide (Rundle St) 1888 Memorial 28/395

SCHULZ, Julius farmer Hundred of Hindmarsh Hundred of Hindmarsh land grant 1898 Grant Book 30 Page 206 County Grey

No 1 - likely to be the same person

SCHULZ, Samuel farmer Section 2702 Wiltshire Special Survey 1851 Memorial 388/35

SCHULZ, Samuel and Gottfried farmers Wiltshire Special Survey 1847 Memorial 468/7 Farmers Rowlands Flat 1848. Section 2702 heavily sub-divided, with a communal water reserve ‘at the northern most extremity’.Memorial 401, 403/13

SCHULZ, Samuel farmer Rowlands Flat 1852 Memorial 378/40

SCHULZ, Johann Samuel farmer Rowlands Flat. Often erroneously referred to as Schultz 1858[-1868] Memorials 41/146, 29/228

SCHULZ, Johann Samuel farmer Rowlands Flat 1866. Linked with Johann Gottfried Andreas Schulz, Friedrich Wilhelm Schulz and Carl August Schulz farmers Rowlands Flat Application 7877.

No 2

SCHULZ, Johann Samuel farmer Hoffnungsthal near Lyndoch Valley 1853[-1855] Memorial 17/74

No 1

SCHULZ, Johann Wilhelm farmer Blumberg 1854 Memorial 467/61

SCHULZ, Johann Wilhelm farmer formerly of Blumberg but now of Schoenborn Hundred of Nuriootpa 1857 Memorial 268/119

SCHULZ, Johann Wilhelm farmer formerly of Blumberg, but now of Schönborn, Hundred of Nuriootpa 1857 Application 2647.

No 2

SCHULZ, Johann Wilhelm farmer Point Pass 1884[-1885] Grant Book 17 Page 171 County Eyre

SCHULZ, Julius Hermann August labourer Shoreham 1900[-1903] Memorial 241/440, Application 24523

SCHULZ, Paul Friedrich Wilhelm bootmaker Tanunda 1853[-1855] Memorial 134/54

SCHULZ, Pauline spinster Greenock 1884[-1887] Memorial 116/362

No 1

SCHULZ, W bailiff Tanunda 1868 Memorial 79/229

No 2

SCHULZ, W auctioneer's clerk Tanunda 1907 Memorial 72/458

SCHULZ, Wilhelm auctioneer's clerk Tanunda 1921 Application 26993

SCHULZ family as of 1928 - Bertha Emma BRUGENAUND formerly Schulz, Anna Mathilde HILLS widow nee Schulz Tanunda and Emma Pauline ROSS nee Schulz wife of Frederic English Ross caretaker 24 Beulah Road, Norwood Memorial 183/499

SCHULZE, August Eduard Benjamin farmer near Blyth, died 5/2/1898. Husband of Louise Sophie Maria Schulze. Estate worth £1,090 Memorial 192/434

SCHULZE, Carl Friedrich farmer Monarto linked with Johann Joachim Schulze farmer near Callington 1881 Memorial 51/333

No 1

SCHULZE, Christian farmer Sandy Creek 1852[-1854] Memorial 18/43

SCHULZE, Christian farmer near Tanunda 1854[-1858] Memorial 274/66

SCHULZE, Christian farmer formerly of Tanunda 1854 but now of Sheaoak Log 1868 Application 9106

SCHULZE, Christian farmer near Sheaoak Log, died between 1873-1875. He left his entire estate to his wife, Maria Sophia Schulze nee HERGOTT Memorial 22/282

No 1

SCHULZE, Eduard Alexander storekeeper Nuriootpa 1853[-1857] Memorial 370/51

SCHULZE, Eduard Alexander formerly storekeeper but now innkeeper Nuriootpa 1856 Memorial 320/103

SCHULZE, Eduard Alexander storekeeper Nuriootpa 1855[-1856] Memorial 172/84

SCHULZE, Eduard Alexander licensed victualler Gumeracha 1863 Memorial 307/190

SCHULZE, Ernst Emil Alexander blocker Yongala. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1900 Grant Book 13 Page 206 County Dalhousie

No 1 – perhaps the same person FIND CHECK

SCHULZE, Friedrich farmer near Hahndorf. Member St John German Protestant Church Hahndorf 1859 Memorial 301/153

SCHULZE, Friedrich out of business Hundred of Black Rock, died 22/8/ 1902. Father of Leontine CASAROTTO wife of John Casarotto, Friedericke RODEGHIERS wife of August Rodeghiers, Emma Schulze, Emil Schulze and Carl Edwin Schulze. Estate worth £640. Executors; William Henry RUSSELL farmer formerly of Black Rock but now of Caltowie and Wilhelm Heinrich JETTNER farmer formerly of Black Rock but now of Jamestown Memorial 78/448

SCHULZE, Heinrich Eduard farmer Blyth Co Stanley. Hundred of Cotton land grant 1911 Grant Book 12 Page 125 County Chandos

SCHULZE, Hermann butcher Tanunda 1864 Application 5199

No 1

SCHULZE, Joachim farmer farmer Hahndorf 1856 Memorial 143/97

SCHULZE, Joachim farmer near Hahndorf. Member St John German Protestant Church Hahndorf 1859 Memorial 301/153

SCHULZE, Johann Christian farmer Blyth Plains 1895 Memorial 151/426

No 1

SCHULZE, Johann Heinrich Friedrich Christoph cabinetmaker Adelaide 1849 Memorial 147/18

SCHULZE, Johann Heinrich Friedrich Christoph yeoman Athelstone Estate 1853[-1856] Memorial 144/96

SCHULZE, Johann Heinrich Friedrich Christoph builder Adelaide 1857 Memorial 909/125

SCHULZE, Johann Heinrich Friedrich Christoph formerly builder but now innkeeper Adelaide 1858 Memorial 45/141

SCHULZE, Johann Heinrich Friedrich Christoph farmer Athelstone 1861 Memorial 176/175

SCHULZE, Johann Heinrich Friedrich Christoph carpenter Adelaide 1875 Memorial 238/286

SCHULZE, Leslie Allen clerk Cambridge Tce, Malvern, changed his name to Leslie ALLEN 1915 Memorial 80/473

SCHUMACHER, Arthur Oswald labourer Parilla. Parilla (Hundred of Parilla) township allotment land grant 1929 Grant Book 12 Page 116 County Chandos

No 1

SCHUMACHER, Carl farmer Blumberg 1853[-1854] Memorial 349/53

SCHUMACHER, Carl farmer formerly of Blumberg but now of Section 1682 Hundred of Nuriootpa 1858 Memorial 250/136

SCHUMACHER, Carl Otto and Nellie storekeepers Sevenhill 1952 Application 28852

SCHUMACHER, Friedrich farmer Waterloo Co Light. Hundred of Bright land grant 1903 Grant Book 9 Page 49 County Burra

No 1

SCHUMACHER, Joachim farmer Sedan. Hundred of Bagot land grant 1886 Grant Book 17 Page 234 County Eyre

SCHUMACHER, Joachim Friedrich Wilhelm trustee of the Zion Pilgrim Evangelical Lutheran Church pt Sections 40 & 45 Hundred of Bagot 1888 Memorial 101/393

No 1

SCHUMACHER, Johann Wilhelm Eduard farmer Blyth 1881 Memorial 7/335

SCHUMACHER, Johann Wilhelm Eduard farmer Kilkerran 1882 Memorial 55/340

SCHUMACHER, Johann Wilhelm Eduard farmer Blyth Hundred of Kilkerran land grant 1883 Grant Book 19 Page 170 County Fergusson

No 1

SCHUMACHER, Theodor land agent Adelaide 1860[-1868] Memorial 304/168

SCHUMACHER, T land broker Adelaide 1863 Memorial 226/435

SCHUMACHER, Peter Theodor agent Adelaide, died 7/10/1865, of phthisis, aged 49 Application 7081

SCHUMACHER, Peter Theodor land agent, died 1865. He left his entire estate to his wife, Caroline Magdalene Pauline Schumacher nee WICHE/WIEHE Memorial 201/206

SCHUMACHER, Caroline Magdalene Pauline widow formerly of Adelaide but now in parts beyond the seas. Probably relict of the late Theodor Schumacher 1868 Memorial 48/235

No 1

SCHUMANN, Heinrich farmer Gawler 1854 Hundred of Nuriootpa land grant Memorial 121/69

SCHUMANN, Heinrich farmer Neu Mecklenburg 1860 Memorial 258/162

SCHUMANN, Gustav Adolf baker Unley 1876 Application 15644.

No 1

SCHUMANN, Johann Gottlieb carpenter Adelaide 1840 Application 20229.

SCHUMANN, Johann Gottlob farmer Hahndorf 1842 Memorial 33/4

SCHUMANN, Johann Gottlieb carpenter formerly of Adelaide but now of the Mt Barker District 1846 He sold land in Walkerville to George Milner STEPHEN barrister Adelaide Memorial 440/7

SCHUMANN, Gottlob yeoman Section 3818 (80 acres), 3814 Hundred of Noarlunga (6 acres) Grünthal, died ?, leaving his estate to his wife in trust for life. He had bought the land in land grants for £86 in 1840. Jasper KRUESS yeoman formerly of Grünthal but then of Adelaide 1875, who had lived near the Schumanns for 22 years, declared that he was an executor of the will and had collected the rents from Schümann's property and distributed the money amongst the children in the proportions according to the will's instructions - Caroline BRETAG wife of Ferdinand Bretag farmer Horsham Vic, Susanna SCHUMANN spinster Horsham Vic, Anna SCHUMANN spinster Point McLeay, Wilhelm SCHUMANN farmer Point McLeay, Gustav SCHUMANN baker Unley, Eleonore KLAEBSCH wife of Johann Klaebsch farmer Bugle Ranges, Maria Elisabeth KOERBER wife of Carl Koerber shoemaker Grünthal, and Emilie MUNDT wife of Heinrich Mundt tailor Stepney. Another child, Mathilde STARK wife of Carl Stark Hahndorf had died 8/9/1870, of consumption, aged 26. Mrs Susannah SCHUMANN full age had remarried to Wilhelm KLAS full age carpenter on 3/12/1855 Rev'd John GARDNER Free Presbyterian Church Mininster's home Rundle St, Adelaide. Witnesses: Heinrich MUEMME and Elizabeth CLEZY. Susanna Klas wife of Wilhelm Klas farmer Grünthal, died 27/10/1865, of consumption, aged 48 years 5 months. The family sold the Grünthal land to Johann Wilhelm THIELE farmer Grünthal for £120 in 1875 Application 14488

SCHUMM, Wilhelm Carl yeoman Hahndorf 1858 Memorial 274/138

No 1

SCHUNKE, Carl August Christian miner Glen Osmond 1852. He bought Section 3849 'as lies to the northward of the Onkaparinga River' for £325 from FW WITTWER miller Hahndorf Memorial 226/44

SCHUNKE, August farmer near Hahndorf. Member St John German Protestant Church Hahndorf 1859 Memorial 301/153

SCHUNKE, Carl August Christian farmer near Hahndorf 1861 Memorial 33/176

No 1

SCHUNKE, Carl Friedrich Julius miner Glen Osmond 1850 Memorial 418/20

SCHUNKE, Carl carriage proprietor Glen Osmond 1857 Memorial 10/120

SCHUNKE, Carl Friedrich Julius gentleman Glen Osmond 1875 Memorial 247/285

SCHUNKE, Carl Friedrich Julius gentleman Glen Osmond and Emma Schunke his wife, formerly Emma WINSOR 1872 Memorial 62/261

SCHUNKE, Carl gentleman Glen Osmond 1877 Application 15867

SCHUNKE, Carl August Christian publican Grunthal Co Adelaide. Morchard (Hundred of Coomooroo) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 13 Page 250 County Dalhousie

SCHUNKE, Ruby Emma, born 15/12/1879 Glen Osmond, the only child of Carl Friedrich Julius Schunke gentleman Glen Osmond and his wife, Emma nee WINSOR. She married Albert Ernest GREENLEES (Father: David Greenlees) clerk Norwood on 18/5/1903 St Saviour Glen Osmond Application 26732

SCHUNKE, Ernst blacksmith Kooringa 1859 Memorial 256/157

SCHUNKE, Ernst Christian Julius blacksmith Tanunda 1875 Application 14224

No 1

SCHUNKE, George of Glen Osmond 1861 Memorial 347/171

SCHUNKE, George [formerly of Glen Osmond but now] licensed victualler Hindmarsh 1864 Memorial 103/199

SCHUNKE, George bus proprietor formerly of Hindmarsh but now of Glen Osmond 1866 Memorial 129/210

SCHUNKE, George innkeeper The Wellington Inn Wellington on the Murray 1885 paid £300 for the unexpired lease of the hotel from Edward JEFFREYS Memorial 248/364

No 1

SCHUNKE, Heinrich farmer Grünthal 1855 Memorial 204/83

SCHUNKE, Heinrich farmer near Hahndorf. Member St John German Protestant Church Hahndorf 1859 Memorial 301/153

SCHUNKE, Heinrich gardener Hahndorf 1887 Memorial 1/382

SCHUNKE, Heinrich gardener Grünthal, died 24/9/1891. Husband of Adelheid Schunke of Grünthal near Hahndorf. Estate worth £95 Memorial 48/419

SCHUNKE, Heinrich gardener Grünthal, died 24/9/1891. His whole estate, including pt Section 3849 of 14 acres at Grünthal, to his wife, Adelheid Schunke. She was an executor, along with Christian Ludwig MEYER the Younger of Adelaide. Estate worth £95 Application 23559

SCHUNKE, Heinrich Emil formerly of Echunga but now of Pine Creek Northern Territory 1899 Application 23914.

SCHUNKE, Thomas labourer Petersburg 1887 Application 21285

SCHUNKE, Wilhelm labourer East Wellington 1909[-1921] Memorial 73/462

No 1

SCHUPELIUS, Johann Friedrich Wilhelm farmer North Rhine 1858 Memorial 126/138

SCHUPELIUS, Johann Friedrich Wilhelm farmer Hundred of Neales 1888 Memorial 154/391

SCHUPPAN, Friedrich farmer Emu Downs. Hundred of Apoinga land grant 1908 Grant Book 8 Page 65 County Burra

SCHUPPAN, Johann farmer Gregory trustee unnamed Chapel Hundred of Gregory land grant 1891 Grant Book 23 Page 103 County Frome

SCHURR, Otto Adolf mason North Tce Adelaide Co Adelaide. Yatina (Hundred of Black Rock Plain) township allotment land grant 1971 Grant Book 13 Page 8 County Dalhousie

SCHUSTER, Friedrich Wilhelm yeoman Freeling 1905 Memorial 46/454

SCHUSTER, Johann Eduard farmer Rosenthal 1876[-1879] Memorial 224/294

No 1

SCHUSTER, Johann George yeoman Adelaide 1849 Memorial 295/19

SCHUSTER, Johann Georg farmer near Lyndoch Valley 1854 Memorial 173/66

SCHUSTER, Johann George farmer Rosenthal 1854[-1859] Memorial 266/77, Application 309

SCHUSTER, Johann Georg farmer Rosenthal near Gawler 1861, died c1868. He left his entire estate to his wife, Anna Dorothea Schuster nee FALTING. Memorial 221/233

SCHUSTER, W August gardener Bridgewater 1882 Memorial 196/345

SCHUYLER, Henry station overseer Manunda OOH. Hundred of Baldina land grant 1900 Grant Book 9 Page 13 County Burra

SCHUYLER, Robert Sutton gentleman Adelaide 1851[-1854] Memorial 408/36

No 1

SCHUYLER, Robert Sutton Esquire Glenwark, Encounter Bay 1855[-1856] Memorial 66/81

SCHUYLER, Robert Sutton Esquire Encounter Bay and Mary Esdaile Rawlins Schuyler his wife 1857 Memorial 158/132

SCHWAB, August labourer Kanmantoo 1949 Application 28656.

SCHWAB, Friedrich labourer Harrogate, Harrogate Methodist Church trustee 1945 Application 28410.

No 1

SCHWAN, Gustav Franz Hermann brassfounder Adelaide (Gawler Place) 1854[-1856] Memorial 487/78

SCHWAN, Gustav Franz Hermann soap manufacturer Gawler 1872[-1875] Memorial 226/262

SCHWAN, Gustav soapboiler Gawler 1873 Memorial 29/269

SCHWAN, Johanne Wilhelmine Bertha widow Adelaide 1880[-1882] Memorial 78/326, Application 19294.

SCHWANEWEDEL, Hancke Eibe waterman Pt Adelaide 1852[-1856] Memorial 54/46

SCHWARK, Carl Charles farmer Pekina. Hundred of Pekina land grant 1882 Grant Book 13 Page 165 County Dalhousie

SCHWARK, Joachim Schwark farmer Tarcowie and Sophie Marie Elisabeth Schwark his wife 1885 Application 20446

SCHWARTZ, Carl Hermann blacksmith Stockwell 1891 Application 22070

SCHWARTZ, Friedrich farmer Gidginbung. Hundred of Tatiara land grant 1903 Grant Book 7 Page 28 County Buckingham

SCHWARTZ, Heinrich Adolf schoolmaster Milang 1930 Application 27783

No 1

SCHWARTZ, Johann farmer Rosenthal 1875 Memorial 106/282

SCHWARTZ, Johann farmer Rosenthal 1894 Application 22691

No 1 - probably the same person

SCHWARTZ, Johann Friedrich farmer Klemzig near Adelaide 1842 Memorial 318/2

SCHWARTZ, Johann Friedrich farmer Langmeil 1857 Memorial 14/131

SCHWARTZ, Johann Friedrich farmer Langmeil estate. Johann Friedrich Eduard farmer Murray Flats, declared that he was the son of Johann Friedrich Schwartz farmer Langmeil, and turned 21 on 20/11/1871. His father had directed in his will that JFE Schwartz could buy his father's farm, and 46 acres, the southern tip of Section 124 Hundred of Nuriootpa, for £350, and including certain other conditions. JFE Schwartz refused to do that, and his mother, Anna Elisabeth Schwartz, bought the property instead. Statement 20/12/1871 Application 11832

No 1

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

SCHWARTZ, Johann Friedrich Eduard labourer Sedan 1889 Memorial 188/398

SCHWARTZ, Johann Gottlieb labourer Stockwell 1887 Memorial 35/382, Application 21152

SCHWARTZ, Otto storekeeper Magill Road 1892 Application 22225.

SCHWARTZKOPF, Alfred Hugo Benno painter Gawler 1931 Application 27858.

SCHWARTZKOPF, Wilhelm Theodor Ferdinand farmer Three Springs near Rowlands Flat 1874 Application 13848

SCHWARTZLOHSE, Christian of Rosenthal 1859 Memorial 1/155

No 1

SCHWARZ, Friedrich Ehregott farmer Neu Mecklenburg 1890 Memorial 166/402

SCHWARZ, Friedrich Ehregott farmer Neu Meckenburg 1921 Memorial 32/483

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

SCHWARZ, Friedrich Samuel farmer Neu Mecklenburg 1880[-1890] Memorial 151/321, Application 21800

SCHWARZ, Friedrich Samuel farmer Marrabel on the Dirty Light 1882 Application 19219

SCHWARZ, Harold August farmer Pinnaroo. Hundred of Peebinga land grant 1949 Grant Book 12 Page 181 County Chandos

No 1 - perhaps the same person

SCHWARZ, Heinrich farmer Tanunda 1853 Memorial 30/53

SCHWARZ, Heinrich and WIECHMANN, Friedrich farmers near Tanunda 1860 Application 1155

SCHWARZ, Heinrich farmer Nain near Greenock, died 1875. He left his entire estate in trust to his widow, Marie Christiane Schwarz nee FEDER, during her widowhood, then in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant to the testator's children Memorial 82/284

No 1

SCHWARZ, Johann George farmer Rowlands Flat 1848 Memorial 402/13

SCHWARZ, Johann George farmer Rowlands Flat Wiltshire Special Survey 1853 Memorial 367/62

SCHWARZ, Johann George farmer Salt Creek 1853 Memorial 333/53

SCHWARZ, Johann George farmer Walton Hundred of Nuriootpa 1853 Memorial 1/51

SCHWARZ, Johann George farmer near Tanunda 1860 Application 1338

SCHWARZ, Julius Hermann farmer Eudunda. Emmaeus Lutheran Church trustee 1928 Memorial 155/500

SCHWARZ, Matthias farmer near Riverton 1872 Application 12290

No 1 – perhaps the same person FIND CHECK RUN

SCHWARZ, Wilhelm farmer Bethanien 1862 Application 3150

SCHWARZ, Wilhelm farmer near Minlaton Hundred of Koolywurtie land grant 1881 Grant Book 19 Page 313 County Fergusson

No 1

SCHWARZE, Peter farmer Ebenezer 1860 Application 1498

SCHWARZE, Peter farmer Ebenezer, about to leave the province for a time, power of attorney to Carl Adolph MARKS farmer Truro, and Franz Joseph neuwerth schoolmaster Stockwell, to manage his SA business affairs 2/9/1867 Deposit 149/1867

No 1

SCHWENGEBECK, Heinrich miller Hindmarsh 1850[-1855] Memorial 129/21

SCHWENGEBECK, Heinrich miller Hindmarsh 1865 Memorial 277/206

No 1

SCHWERDT, Robert Heinrich Ewald labourer Pewsey Vale 1859 Memorial 70/149

SCHWERDT, Robert Heinrich Ewald formerly labourer Pewsey Vale 1859 but now farmer near Angaston 1863 Application 3896

SCHWERDT, Robert farmer Alma Hundred of Alma land grant 1878 Grant Book 26 Page 101 County Gawler

FIND TEST RUN

No 1

SCHWERDTFEGER, Theodor labourer near Sedan 1886[-1903] Memorial 200/379

SCHWERDTFEGER, Theodor and Wilhelm farmers Black Hill near Sedan 1888 Memorial 132/395

SCHWERTFEGER, Theodor farmer Sedan Hundred of Bagot land grant 1902 Grant Book 17 Page 248 County Eyre

SCHWERKOLT, August contractor High St, Unley 1910 Application 25797

SCHWIER, Cyril Martin labourer Kooringa 1933 Memorial 63/507

SCHWIER, George teamster Mongolata 1885[-1898] Memorial 50/364

No 1

SCHWOMBERG, Joachim Daniel gentleman Adelaide 1851 Memorial 264/16

SCHWOMBERG, Joachim Daniel ship builder Pt Adelaide 1851 Memorial 366/35

SCLANDERS, Andrew no description grandson of Rees JONES of Hindmarsh 1864 Memorial 173/193

No 1

SCLANDERS, Thomas farmer Myponga 1851 Memorial 141/45

SCLANDERS, Thomas farmer Yankalilla 1852[-1859] Memorial 270/46

SCLANDERS, Thomas licensed victualler formerly of Myponga but now of Yankalilla 1854 Memorial 260/73

SCLANDERS, Thomas licensed victualler Yankalilla 1855 Memorial 65/85

SCLANDERS, Thomas farmer Bishop Flat Rapid Bay 1860 Memorial 80/166

SCLANDERS, Thomas farmer Little Gorge near Yankalilla 1862 Memorial 232/183

No 1

SCOBLE, John miner Barossa 1849[-1853]. Land grant section 1535 Hundred of Para Wirra £80 11/4/1849 Memorial 19/16

SCOBLE, John farmer Auburn Hundred of Upper Wakefield land grant 1858 Grant Book 56 Page 125 County Stanley

SCOBLE, John farmer Upper Wakefield 1861 Memorial 85/177

SCOBLE, John farmer Hundred of Upper Wakefield 1856[-1865] Memorial 150/151

SCOBLE, John farmer Upper Wakefield 1866 Memorial 180/219

SCOBLE, John farmer near Auburn Co Stanley. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1868 Grant Book 14 Page 229 County Daly

SCOBLE, John farmer Greens Plains. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1881 Grant Book 14 Page 239 County Daly

No 2

SCOBLE, John shipwright Le Fevre Peninsula 1874 Application 13720

No 1

SCOCROFT/SHOWCROFT, William labourer Old Tiers 1845 Memorial 311/5

SCOCROFT, William gardener Old Tiers near Cox Creek 1862 Memorial 144/180

No 1

SCORSE, Samuel Wesley draper Kensington Road 1866 Memorial 38/217

SCORSE, Samuel Wesley draper Kensington Road, Norwood, died c1870. He left his entire estate to his wife, Caroline Scorse, absolutely Memorial 149/249

SCOTCHER, Edward William builder Crystal Brook. Crystal Brook (Hundred of Crystal Brook) township allotment land grant 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 438 County Victoria

No 1

SCOTCHER, Henry builder McLaren Vale 1857[-1878] Memorial 70/120

SCOTCHER, Henry the Elder formerly builder 1857 but now builder and farmer McLaren Vale 1871 Application 11393.

SCOTCHER, Henry builder McLaren Vale and Charlotte Eliza Scotcher spinster McLaren Vale Co Adelaide. Crystal Brook (Hundred of Crystal Brook) township allotment land grant 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 438 County Victoria

SCOTNEY-TURBILL, William Frederick of North Norwood 1941, linked with the late Wiliam Scotney-Turbill formerly gentleman Pt Noarlunga late out of business Edward St, Norwood deceased Application 26920

No 1

SCOTT, Abraham accountant Adelaide (King William St) 1842 Memorial 206/2

SCOTT, Abraham formerly of Adelaide but now of Rivoli Bay, 1845 Memorial 26/5

SCOTT, Abraham merchant Kensington, son of Thomas Scott Esquire Pine Grove Villa near Bristol, Co Glos, England, about to marry Eliza Georgiana GOOCH spinster Richmond 18/10/1847. Land at Glenelg settled upon her for life Enrolment 84/28

SCOTT, Abraham merchant Adelaide 1852 Memorial 497/39

SCOTT, Abraham merchant Adelaide brother of Henry Scott gentleman Adelaide 1859 Memorial 264/163

SCOTT, Abraham merchant formerly of Kensington but now of Glenelg 1864 Memorial 328/192

SCOTT, Abraham and Henry merchants Adelaide 1861 Memorial 135/176

SCOTT, Abraham Esquire Adelaide, a trustee for Mrs Anne Scott GOOCH 1865 Application 6487.

SCOTT, Abraham formerly merchant Adelaide 1858 now Esquire of parts beyond the seas 1876 Application 15319.

SCOTT, Abraham formerly MLC Esquire Adelaide 1860 now Esquire of parts beyond the seas 1877 Application 16526

SCOTT, Abraham merchant Adelaide, power of attorney to his brother, Henry SCOTT gentleman Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 19/12/1859. Apparently, he made several trips back to England, before settling again there permanently. He died 19/11/1903, 8 Oxford Square, London, of heart failure, aged 86. His brother, Henry Scott, was still living in Adelaide Deposits 10/1870 & 48/1904

SCOTT, Abraham Pinsent auctioneer Laura in partnership with John Francis DAVEY, and Robert Bishop FARRAR trading under the style or firm of Davey, Farrar & Scott 1886. The firm became insolvent in 1887 Memorials 54/375, 125/386

No 1

SCOTT, Alexander Andrew ironmonger Adelaide linked with Andrew Henry Scott labourer Pt Adelaide 1874 Memorial 91/278

SCOTT, Alexander Andrew hardwareman Adelaide 1876 Application 15305.

SCOTT, Alexander Andrew agent Adelaide 1880 Application 18345.

SCOTT, Alexander Andrew and James ironmongers Adelaide 1880 Memorial 246/325

SCOTT, Alexander Andrew & PT land agents Melvin Chambers, King William St, Adelaide 1883 Application 19686

SCOTT, Alexander Andrew formerly ironmonger but now importer Adelaide 1883 Memorial 81/351

SCOTT, Alexander Andrew agent Adelaide 1882[-1885] Memorial 62/356

SCOTT, Alexander Andrew agent Adelaide, power of attorney to Paul Thompson SCOTT agent Adelaide, to sell his SA real estate and wind up his business affairs 27/3/1883. Apparently, he shifted to Melbourne Vic Deposit 79/1883

SCOTT, Alexander Andrew accountant formerly of Adelaide but now of Fremantle WA 1891 Memorial 79/407

SCOTT, Alexander Andrew formerly ironmonger Adelaide but now accountant Geralton WA 1896 Memorial 93/429

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and Younger

SCOTT, Andrew sawyer Cox Creek 1854[-1855] Memorial 499/73

SCOTT, Andrew labourer Stirling near the Crafers Inn 1856 Stirling Bible Christian Chapel trustee Memorial 305/112

SCOTT, Andrew gardener Stirling 1863 Memorial 136/191

SCOTT, Andrew gardener Stirling East 1870 Memorial 206/246

SCOTT, Andrew gardener Stirling East 1885 Application 20472.

SCOTT, Andrew retired gardener Stirling East, died 1900. He left 5 daughters - Catherine Jane DAVIE, Janet ROBINSON, Margaret STEER, Mary BEAMES, and Isabella BURNETT, who each received £20 from her father's estate. Probably 2 sons - Andrew Scott the Younger and Walter Scott Application 24128.

SCOTT, Andrew the Younger gardener Stirling East 1913 Application 26516.

No 2

SCOTT, Andrew farmer Cape Jervis 1883 Application 20023

No 3 - mixture of the Elder and Younger

SCOTT, Andrew sheepfarmer Bramfield Park trustee Institute Bramfield Bramfield (Hundred of Ward) township allotment land grant 1882 Grant Book 48 Page 4 County Musgrave

SCOTT, Andrew farmer Pt Lincoln Hundred of Ward land grant 1887 Grant Book 48 Page 13 County Musgrave

SCOTT, Andrew sheepfarmer Bramfield 1896 Memorial 174/427

SCOTT, Andrew the Elder and Younger farmers Bramfield 1902 Memorial 227/446

SCOTT, Andrew farmer Bramfield 1908 Application 25545.

SCOTT, Andrew Henry labourer Pt Adelaide 1872 Memorial 68/259

No 1

SCOTT, Andrew Ross warehouseman Gilberton 1901 Memorial 97/442

SCOTT, Andrew Ross warehouseman Gilberton linked with Jennie Scott widow Park Tce, Gilberton 1904 Memorial 183/450

SCOTT, Jennie widow Park Tce, Gilberton 1909 Application 25610

No 1 - perhaps the same person

SCOTT, Archibald carrier Adelaide 1848 Memorial 453/17

SCOTT, Archibald innkeeper Adelaide (Pt TA 220 Pt Lincoln Hotel Franklin St) 1851 Memorial 210/30

SCOTT, Archibald labourer Copperhouse 1859 Memorial 72/157

SCOTT, Arthur J postmaster Hawker 1891 Memorial 173/411

No 1

SCOTT, Charles and John sheep farmers Cannawigra 1854 Memorial 333/64

SCOTT, Charles and John stockholders Tatiara District 1854 Memorial 113/66

SCOTT, Charles farmer formerly of the Tatiara District but now of Unley 1855 Memorial 387/85

SCOTT, Charles gentleman Unley 1856[-1860] Memorial 307/106

No 2

SCOTT, Charles farmer Kensington Hundred of Willochra land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 543 County Frome

SCOTT, Charles farmer Beautiful Valley Hundred of Woolundunga land grant 1890 Grant Book 23 Page 140 County Frome

No 1

SCOTT, CLK clerk to JW HEATHCOTE land agent Adelaide 1882 Memorial 84/337

SCOTT, CLK agent Adelaide 1894 Memorial 183/421

No 1

SCOTT, Charles William secretary to the Yankalilla Land, Building and Investment Society 1857[-1862] Memorial 340/123 Clerk to the Yankalilla District Council 1857[-1859] Memorial 343/123

SCOTT, Charles W clerk to the local court Yankalilla 1865[-1877] Memorial 97/207, Application 11156

SCOTT, Charles W clerk of the local court Normanville 1868[-1877] Memorial 241/230

SCOTT, Charles William formerly Clerk to the District Council of Yankalilla 1857 but now Clerk to the Local Court of Yankalilla 1873 Application 12542

SCOTT, Charles William Esquire Normanville 1880 Memorial 26/331

SCOTT, Charles William late of HM Civil Service late of Normanville, but now of North Parade, Goodwood, power of attorney to John Wordsworth HEATHCOTE agent 71 King William St, Adelaide, to manage his SA and NT real estate, but without power of sale without permission 8/12/1880. He was a trustee of Christ Church Yankalilla Deposits 94/1871 & 227/1884

SCOTT, Charles William formerly of Normanville but now of Goodwood 1881 Memorial 218/334

SCOTT, Charles William gentleman Goodwood and Emily Scott his wife linked with CSK Scott articled clerk Adelaide (Eagle Chambers) 1886 Memorial 34/381

No 1

SCOTT, Clifford Kinnear mill labourer Kangarilla. Kangarilla Institute trustee 1946 Memorial 76/528

SCOTT, Clifford Kinnear RAN Kangarilla and Dorothy May Scott his wife 1949 Application 28658.

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

SCOTT, David Wylie customs house and shipping agent Pt Adelaide 1872 Memorial 237/265

SCOTT, David Wylie gentleman Brookside, died 2/12/1887, of pneumonia, aged 55 Application 23330

SCOTT, David Wylie gentleman Belara 1886 Application 20948

No 1

SCOTT, Douglas C clerk to WD Scott solicitor Adelaide 1880 Memorial 128/324

SCOTT, Douglas Comyn solicitor Pt Pirie 1893[-1897] Memorial 225/417

SCOTT, DC solicitor Kapunda 1916 Memorial 61/474

SCOTT, Edith Celia Dundas spinster Currency Creek had become Edith Celia Dundas HENTY married woman Currency Creek by 1951 Memorial 65/526

SCOTT, Edward purser on HM Ship L’Oiseau married Elizabeth DARRACOTT of Kingston, Devon, on 23/2/1808 in the Kingston parish church. Eldest son, Edward Henry Orchard Scott, born 24/9/1815 Plymouth, died April 1852 Plymouth, aged 36 and unmarried. Second son, Robert Anthony Edward Scott, born 21/6/1817 Stoke Damerel, Devon, became heir at law when his father Edward Scott died March 1843 Plymouth intestate, aged 57. He had 3 land grant sections of land in District C in his estate, which he mortgaged for £204/13/3 at 10% per annum to the SA Banking Co Application 1853. RAE SCOTT Commander in HM Navy, a bachelor, placed the three sections 15/3/1854 with the bank officers Edward STEPHENS and George TINLINE Esquires Adelaide to sell to pay off the mortgage 1881 Application 18953.

No 1

SCOTT, Edward Bate Esquire Moorundee 1852[-1855] Memorial 292/40

SCOTT, EB stockholder Monana Murray River 1860 Memorial 242/169

SCOTT, Edward Bate Esquire Ki on the Murray River 1864 Memorial 298/195

SCOTT, Edward Bate gentleman The Station Murray River 1868 Memorial 22/229

SCOTT, Edward Bate formerly stockholder Murray River but now gentleman Adelaide 1868 Memorial 239/227

SCOTT, EB Superintendent of Yatala Prison 1871 Memorial 4/255

SCOTT, Edward Bate gentleman Dry Creek 1874 Memorial 35/276

SCOTT, Edward Bate grazier Currency Creek 1892 Memorial 4/415

SCOTT, Edward Bate gentleman Pt Elliot, died 30/6/1909. Father of Francis Robert William Scott civil servant Barrow Creek NT and James Hamilton Scott gentleman Currency Creek Memorials 63-64/462

No 1

SCOTT, Edward Dashwood farmer Currency Creek 1890[-1894] Application 21883

SCOTT, Edward Dashwood sheep farmer Currency Creek and Kathleen Helen Scott his wife 1895 Application 22826

SCOTT, Edward Dashwood sheepfarmer Cliffden East Devonport, Tas and Kathleen Helen Scott his wife 1900 [These people later moved to Merrilea Goolwa. Mrs Scott died 15/9/1950] Memorial 36/440 & RPA Search 1425

SCOTT, Edward Dashwood stockholder Currency Creek 1917 Application 26610.

SCOTT, Effie Jean spinster Burra 1899 Memorial 99/438

SCOTT, Frances spinster Section 5 Hundred of Onkaparinga 1860[-1864] Memorial 218/171

No 1

SCOTT, Frederick West shoemaker Mt Barker 1856 Memorial 205/110

SCOTT, Frederick William [perhaps West?] bootmaker Mt Barker 1856 Trustee Wesleyan Methodist Chapel Ashbourne Memorial 209/102

SCOTT, Frederick West bootmaker Mt Barker 1857 Memorial 32/123

SCOTT, Frederick West bootmaker Mt Barker, about to leave the province, power of attorney to John Banks SHEPHERDSON gentleman Mt Barker, to supervise the sale of his property in Stephens St, Mt Barker, to William HOOPER bootmaker Mt Barker 19/4/1858 Deposit 43/1859

SCOTT, Frederick West shoemaker formerly of Mt Barker 1856 but then of Melbourne Vic 1859 Memorial 205/110

No 1

SCOTT, George carpenter Adelaide 1849 Memorial 476/15

No 2

SCOTT, George gentleman Middleton 1857 Enrolment 22/45

No 3

SCOTT, George labourer Mitcham 1862 Application 3415

SCOTT, George quarry owner Mitcham 1879 Memorial 219/318

SCOTT, George quarry owner Mitcham 1883 Application 19882

SCOTT, George quarry owner Mitcham, died 29/10/1891. Husband of Sarah Scott, who died 27/4/1898. Grandparents of Hester Marie BEATTY and Helen May MOORE. Other grandchildren indicated but not named Memorials 37 & 38/438

No 4

SCOTT, George stone mason Adelaide (Chancery Lane), died 19/5/1880. Wife and children mentioned but not named. Executors; Oliver RANKIN builder Adelaide (Flinders St) and David LITHGOW gentleman Adelaide Memorial 17/324

No 5

SCOTT, George farmer Wirrega 1888 Memorial 104/393

No 6

SCOTT, George driller formerly of the Coorong but now of Adelaide employee of the SA Petroleum Fields Ltd of Pirie St, Adelaide 1891 Memorials 80 & 81/415

SCOTT, George Alexander farmer Terowie 1882 Memorial 70/343

No 1

SCOTT, George Byng Esquire Penola 1859[-1865]. Perhaps linked with Philip Scott solicitor Portland Vic Memorial 10/161

SCOTT, George Byng gentleman Penola Hundred of Grey land grant 1868 Grant Book 30 Page 338 County Grey

SCOTT, George Byng SM commissioner of the local court of insolvency Mt Gambier 1884 Memorial 71/361

BENNETT, Beatrice Caroline nee SCOTT, of 67 Prome Road, Rangoon, Burma, wife of William Bennett Esquire, entitled to estate in Australia formerly belonging to her late father, George Byng SCOTT Special Magistrate Mt Gambier, power of attorney to Evan James HUNTER Warragul, Gippsland, Vic, to settle the issue 13/2/1918 Deposit 66/1918

No 1

SCOTT, George Stewart innkeeper Bordertown. Bordertown (Hundred of Tatiara) allotment land grant 1858 Grant Book 66 Page 58 County Buckingham

SCOTT, George Stewart storekeeper Bordertown. Trustee School Bordertown (Hundred of Tatiara) allotment land grant 1867 Grant Book 66 Page 68 County Buckingham

SCOTT, George Stewart storekeeper and innkeeper Bordertown 1869 Memorial 245/243

SCOTT, George Stewart storekeeper and George SAXON innkeeper Bordertown, ran their businesses in partnership until 12/7/1870, when G Saxon bought out his partner's interest for £500 Memorial 178/248

SCOTT, George Stewart stockholder Bordertown 1872 linked with Jane Mary Scott formerly Jane Mary SAXON innkeeper Bordertown widow of the late George Saxon, who died 22/2/ 1871 Memorial 100/263

SCOTT, George Stewart licensed victualler Bordertown 1873 Memorial 215/265

SCOTT, George Stewart storekeeper Bordertown 1881 Memorial 196/331

SCOTT, George Stewart farmer Mundalla Hundred of Wirriega 1882[-1884] Application 20614, Application 19998

SCOTT, George Stewart storekeeper Bordertown 1883 Farmer Mundalla 1884

SCOTT, George Stewart publican Bordertown 1884 Application 20172.

SCOTT, George Stewart farmer Hundred of Buckingham 1885 Memorial 59/369

SCOTT, George Stewart farmer Hundred of Wirrega 1888 Memorial 221/393

SCOTT, George Stewart licensed victualler Lucindale Hotel, Lucindale 1905, stated that he became a police trooper in Bordertown during 1854. At that time, the township was known as Scott's Woolshed, after the Scott family from Canawigra Station near the settlement. Sidney SMITH farmer Tatiara came to the township in c1857 and erected a small store. In 1858-1859, GS Scott joined him and erected a small hotel, which he ran for 5 years. Afterwards, S Smith took over the hotel. S Smith also had the hotel at Bordertown for some time. He died c1866, and GS Scott and the doctor were with him when he died. S Smith's widow later married a person called John Maxwell IRWIN Application 24871

SCOTT, Harold Diamantina grazier Commercial Road, Salisbury 1954 Memorial 33/530

SCOTT, Harold Terry milk vendor 179 Prospect Rd, Prospect 1946 Application 28432

No 1

SCOTT, Henry gentleman Adelaide 1840 Application 22917

SCOTT, Henry farmer Brookside 1841. In 1845, as Henry Scott surgeon Kensington, he left for a trip to Europe Application 15981.

SCOTT, Henry farmer Brookside Farm near Adelaide Surgeon Kensington, about to leave the province for England, power of attorney to John ROBERTS gentleman Kensington, to manage his SA business affairs during his absence 1845 Application 15981.

SCOTT, Henry surgeon Kensington 1852 Memorial 79/46

SCOTT, Henry medical practitioner Norwood 1870 Memorial 30/246

No 2

SCOTT, Henry yeoman formerly of Echunga but now of Adelaide 1850[-1851] Memorial 106/26

No 3

SCOTT, Henry merchant Adelaide, about to leave the province for a time, power of attorney to Thomas Pinsent SCOTT stockholder the Meadows and Walter GOOCH accountant Adelaide, to manage his business affairs, including the management of the affairs of Arthur Hyde DENDY no description 29/1/1876 Deposit 31/1876

SCOTT, Henry merchant Adelaide linked with Thomas Pincent Scott gentleman Meadows 1881 Memorial 70/335

SCOTT, Henry merchant Adelaide, local attorney for Abraham SCOTT Esquire London, Middlesex, England 1896 Application 23142

No 4

SCOTT, Henry sheep farmer Quondong Vale linked with Thomas Scott sheep farmer Paddy Plains 1885 Memorial 47/373

No 5

SCOTT, Henry railway employee Avenue Rd, Prospect 1924 Application 27297

SCOTT, Henry Bate gentleman formerly of Ki Martini Murray River but now of Adelaide 1867 Memorial 149/226

SCOTT, Henry James vigneron Emu Flats became a bankrupt in 1889 Memorial 135/399

SCOTT, Henry Rowland SA Railways district foreman 3 Second St, Bowden. His wife, Jemima Richardson Scott, died 16/4/1931. Executrix; Mona Winnifred Scott spinster 3 Second St, Bowden Memorial 127/504

No 1

SCOTT, Herbert Brownhill moulder North Adelaide (Kermode St) 1878 Memorial 194/306

SCOTT, Herbert Brownhill moulder formerly of North Adelaide (Kermode St) 1878 but now of Unley 1878 Application 16919

SCOTT, Hugh farmer Tatiara. Hundred of Tatiara land grant 1904 Grant Book 7 Page 20 County Buckingham

SCOTT, Ira Stanley storekeeper formerly of Clare now 101 Wattle St, Fullarton, aged 68 in 1955, declared that he had been born in Clare and had lived there for 65 years. He was a son of Edward John Scott storekeeper Clare Application 29116.

SCOTT, J butcher Portland Estate 1862 Application 3223

No 1

SCOTT, James hairdresser Kooringa 1851 Memorial 246/30

No 2

SCOTT, James labourer Brownhill Creek 1851 Memorial 14/35

No 3 - perhaps a continuation of No 2

SCOTT, James gardener Kensington 1852[-1865] Memorial 48/45

SCOTT, James of Norwood 1862 Memorial 238/184

SCOTT, James engine driver formerly of Kensington but now of West Thebarton 1886 Memorial 82/377

SCOTT, James engine driver Beulah Rd, Norwood, died 30/5/1903. Father of Ann Ethel Scott and Adelaide Evelyn Scott spinsters Beulah Rd, Norwood Memorial 40/449

SCOTT, James of Norwood, died 30/5/1903. Father of Annie Ethel ASTON wife of Joseph Percy Aston resident engineer Pt Wakefield (marriage 17/12/1904; Adelaide Evelyn Scott spinster formerly of Beulah Rd, Norwood but now of Fourth St, Bowden; and Robert Wallace Scott warehouseman The Parade Norwood as of 1910 Memorial 137/463

No 4

SCOTT, James stonecutter Adelaide 1853 Memorial 139/48

SCOTT, James stone cutter Ballarat Vic but at present in Adelaide 1856 Memorial 170/110

SCOTT, James stone cutter Hundred of Munno Para 1857 Memorial 26/122

SCOTT, James formerly stonecutter Adelaide 1853 but now farmer Smithfield 1864[-1883] Applications 5421,19565

No 5

SCOTT, James farmer Section 2642 Hundred of Bremer 1853 Memorial 275/54

SCOTT, James farmer Strathalbyn 1853 Memorial 467/59

SCOTT, James farmer formerly of Strathalbyn but now of Spear Creek 1857 Memorial 300/121

No 6

SCOTT, James stonemason Le Fevre Peninsula 1854 Memorial 90/77

SCOTT, James stonemason [probably of Clare by] 1857 Memorial 199/129

SCOTT, James farmer Clare 1858[-1860] Memorial 321/166

SCOTT, James and DURRANT, Jonathan stonemasons Clare 1861 Application 2361

SCOTT, James landowner Clare Co Stanley. Laura (Hundred of Booyoolie) township allotment land grant 1872 Grant Book 60 Page 450 County Victoria

SCOTT, James builder Clare Co Stanley. Hundred of Booyoolie land grant 1873[-1875] Grant Book 60 Page 146 County Victoria

SCOTT, Caroline widow Clare 1876, relict of the late James Scott formerly stonemason Le Fevre Peninsula 1854 Application 15086

No 7

SCOTT, James shepherd Bungaree near Clare - Clare Presbyterian Church member 1863 Memorial 272/191

SCOTT, James gentleman Clare Presbyterian Church trustee 1889 Application 21556

SCOTT, James formerly shepherd Bungaree but now gardener Clare 1908 Memorial 180/458

No 8 - mixture of the Elder, the Younger and The Third

SCOTT, James the Younger stockholder Lower Darling 1855 Memorial 262/98

SCOTT, James stockholder Darling River NSW 1858 Memorial 193/132

SCOTT, James the Elder stockholder Para Darling River NSW, died 1869. Provision for his wife, Isabella Scott, his eldest son, James Scott the Younger Esquire Para Darling River NSW and the testator's daughter, Jessie MACDONALD Memorial 135/239

SCOTT, James the Elder stockholder, formerly of Para on the Darling River NSW now of the Lockleys Estate, died 25/5/1869. He left an estate of 214 acres of Sections 97, pt 99 on the left bank of the Torrens River at Lockleys, plus other broadacre land at Lockleys (Sections pt 144, pt 162, adjacent to the road to the Reedbeds and the Torrens River, which he bought in 1867 from CB FISHER, who had been buying land in this area since the early 1840s. This property to James Scott's wife, Isabella Scott, for life, then to his eldest son, James Scott the Younger stockholder Para Darling River NSW. His daughter Jessie MACDONALD to get certain lands at Lockleys as well. All the personal estate in the Lockleys house to his wife, Isabella Scott absolutely. The rest of the personal and real estate to be sold and the funds put into trust to provide his widow with an annuity of £400 for life. After her death, all his children to receive an equal share of the fund. Thomas Scott one of these children. Isabella Scott widow the Reedbeds, died 2/1/1874, of exhaustion and liver affection, aged 74. James Scott the Younger stockholder Wentworth NSW, died 10/2/1872. His son, another James Scott, lived at St Martin's Stamford, Lincs, England at the time of his father's death; by 1894, he was back in SA. He had been born on 2/6/1865 Old South Head Road, Paddington NSW, the son of James Scott 35 squatter born in Scotland and Jessie Anne MILNE 28 born in Macduff, Co Banff, Scotland Application 22806.

SCOTT, James the Younger stockholder Darling River near Wentworth NSW, died 10/2/1872. He left his estate in trust until his children all turned 21. Then all his property in SA, Vic and NSW to be sold and the money given to all his children in equal shares. His wife, Jessie Scott, to receive £300 a year for life, out of a fund established with money from the trust estate. The trustees to buy a house and grounds worth £1,500 for his wife and family to live in - a home at Prospect. His eldest son to have the chance to buy his estate of Lockleys near Adelaide, for enough money so that his daughters received £1,000 each. His station overseer John Scott to receive £200. His sister Jessie MACDONALD widow Campbelltown to be an executor, along with EM BAGOT stock agent and William Henry CHARNOCK merchant Adelaide. His wife, Jessie Scott, died 22/4/1881 Prospect, of alcoholism, aged 49 Application 21909.

SCOTT, James the Third gentleman Adelaide but at present residing at St Martin's Stamford, Co Lincs, England 1886[-1887] Memorial 246/378

SCOTT, James the Third gentleman formerly of Stamford, Co Lincs, England but now temporarily residing in Adelaide 1895 Memorial 165/423

No 9

SCOTT, James farmer Adelaide 1859 Memorial 169/197

SCOTT, James the Elder married Mary Anne NORTON on 23/6/1836 St George the Martyr, Southwark, Surrey, England. The Scotts emigrated to SA. James Scott the Elder was a farmer of Adelaide, when he bought pt Section 5 Hundred of Onkaparinga in 1859. James Scott the Elder of Paradise, died 15/1/1860 the Adelaide Lunatic Asylum intestate, of meningitis, aged 39. His eldest son, James Scott the Younger, born 5/12/1842 5 Clarendon St, Walworth Common, Surrey, England, inherited his father's estate as heir at law. The Scotts had one son and two daughters. By 1863, Mary Ann Scott widow lived near Mt Lofty. Her son, James Scott formerly the Younger was a gardener of the Onkaparinga 1863 Application 23043

No 10

SCOTT, James ironmonger Adelaide 1862[-1876] Memorial 309/185

SCOTT, James of Rundle St, Adelaide linked with William David Scott solicitor Adelaide (King William St) 1868 Memorial 104/228

SCOTT, James ironmonger Adelaide, about to leave the province for a time, power of attorney to his son, Alexander Andrew SCOTT ironmonger Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs, at times with William HANSON Esquire Adelaide 20/12/1873 Deposit 64/1874

SCOTT, James Esquire Brookside 1874 Memorial 178/274

SCOTT, James ironmonger Adelaide 1881 Application 18428.

SCOTT, James and William David gentlemen Adelaide 1887 Application 21259

SCOTT, James Esquire Adelaide 1892 Application 22430

No 11

SCOTT, James farmer Marrabel 1866 Memorial 141/211

SCOTT, James farmer formerly of Marrabel on the Dirty Light but now of Jamestown 1878[-1879] Memorial 149/309

No 12 – likely linked to No 11

SCOTT, James farmer Marrabel on the Dirty Light Hundred of Terowie land grant 1880 Grant Book 40 Page 11 County Kimberley

No 13

SCOTT, James farmer Mt Pleasant 1873 Application 12600

No 14

SCOTT, James farmer Robertstown Hundred of Terowie land grant 1880 Grant Book 40 Page 12 County Kimberley

No 15

SCOTT, James the Elder farmer Hundred of Erskine Co Dalhousie 1885 Memorial 65/371

No 16

SCOTT, James estate agent Adelaide (Pirie St) and Kenilworth Ave, Norwood, died 16/9/1898. Executors: Paul Thompson Scott accountant Adelaide and Andrew Scott BA of College Park, master of the Adelaide Training College Memorial 157/446

No 17

SCOTT, James farmer Iron Mine Kooringa 1903 Memorial 148/450

SCOTT, James formerly farmer Ironmine near Kooringa but now Council clerk White Hut near Clare. James B Scott mentioned but not described 1919 Memorial 99/478

SCOTT, James clerk White Hut 1919 White Hut Methodist Church trustee Application 26817

SCOTT, James Allan hotelkeeper Burra 1947 Memorial 78/521

No 1

SCOTT, James Cochrane gentleman Brookside 1881 Memorial 128/334

SCOTT, James Cochrane gentleman formerly of Brookside near Magill but now of The Semaphore 1894. Son of the late William Scott of Brookside who died 2/1/1866 Memorial 158/421

SCOTT, James Robert hotelkeeper Main St, Kapunda 1896 Memorial 170/428

No 1

SCOTT, James Simpson gentleman Adelaide 1853 Memorial 416/52

SCOTT, James Simpson gentleman Adelaide married Maria NELSON on 23/6/1858. Children James Marshall Scott, Charles Akehurst Scott and John Young Scott born before 8/12/1862. Children William Stewart Scott, Agnes Ada Scott and Marie Louisa Scott (born Aug 1867 died 23/2/1868) and Francis Kennedy Scott (born Dec 1868 died 7/3/1869) born after 8/12/1862. Mrs JS Scott nee Maria NELSON died 17/12/1870 Application 22267

SCOTT, James Simpson accountant Adelaide 1868 Application 9062

SCOTT, James Simpson Secretary to the Spring Creek Mining Co operating the Spring Creek Mine Mining Sections 458, 700 and 1417 Hundred of Gregory Co Frome 'to dig, work, mine and search for copper copper ore silver, bismuth, cobalt' and all other ores and metals' 1868 Memorial 111/234

SCOTT, James S liquidator of the National Gold Mining Company which had mining leases at Echunga 1870 Memorial 111/248

SCOTT, James Simpson mining agent Adelaide 1873[-1875] Memorial 63/268

SCOTT, James S secretary to the Prince Alfred Copper Mining & Smelting Co Ltd of Adelaide 1873 Memorial 190/270

SCOTT, James Simpson Secretary to the Balhannah Mining Co Adelaide 1873. The Company owned pt Sections 4023 and 4048 Hundred of Onkaparinga Application 13077.

SCOTT, JS mining secretary Adelaide 1880 Application 18395

SCOTT, James S of Adelaide liquidator of the Yelta Copper Mining Co Ltd 1880 Memorial 11/327

SCOTT, James S of Adelaide secretary to the Woodside Gold Mining Co Ltd 1881 Memorial 186/337

SCOTT, James S of Alfred Chambers, Currie St, Adelaide had links with the Suburban Tramway Company 1885 Application 20551

SCOTT, James S accountant and manager of the Yelta Copper Mining Co Ltd of Adelaide 1889 Memorial 15/398

SCOTT, James Simpson agent Adelaide liquidator of the Mid Moonta Consolidated Co Ltd 1889 Memorial 197/399

SCOTT, James Simpson Secretary to the Adelaide and Suburban Tramway Co Ltd Adelaide (Currie St) 1893 Application 22460

SCOTT, Jane widow Adelaide 1847 Memorial 483/9

SCOTT, Jane Osborn widow Mitcham 1855 Memorial 444/86

No 1

SCOTT, John gentleman Pt Adelaide 1849 Memorial 179/17

No 2 - perhaps the same person

SCOTT, John stockholder Kalangadoo 1854 Memorial 156/73

SCOTT, John stockholder Woakwine Mt Gambier 1855 Memorial 312/87

No 3 - likely to be the same person

SCOTT, John farmer Deloraine Para Wirra 1858 Memorial 269/147

SCOTT, John landowner Truro linked with William Scott stockowner near Kersbrook 1886[-1891] Memorial 120/410

SCOTT, John wheatbuyer Barton near Truro, died c1896. Wife and children mentioned but not named, execept for son James Scott 'whose whearabouts I do not know' Memorial 161/377

SCOTT, John wheatbuyer Truro, died c1896. Estate bequeathed in trust for the wife and children living, except for James Scott, unless he returned and behaved himself properly, until the youngest child turned 21. Then the trustees to sell the estate and distribute the assets in equal shares to the beneficiaries 1896 Application 23224

No 4

SCOTT, John carpenter Sandergrove 1856 Memorial 216/108

SCOTT, John of the Hundred of Kondoparinga 1858 Memorial 183/142

SCOTT, John carpenter Sandergrove Hundred of Kondoparinga 1858 Hundred of Kondoparinga District School trustee Memorial 55/152

SCOTT, John carpenter Strathalbyn 1862 Application 3331

No 5

SCOTT, John farmer Section 5 Hundred of Onkaparinga 1856[-1864]. Brother to Frances Scott spinster of the same address 1860 Memorials 276/109, 286/192

SCOTT, John gardener Mt Lofty 1868 Memorial 82/230

SCOTT, John farmer Section 5 Hundred of Onkaparinga 1856 now gardener New Tiers 1869 [Perhaps same address??] Application 9741

No 6

SCOTT, John gentleman Adelaide 1862 Application 3363

No 7

SCOTT, John farmer Willochra Hundred of Willochra land grant 1885 Grant Book 24 Page 548 County Frome

SCOTT, John farmer Willochra Hundred of Woolundunga land grant 1885[-1886] Grant Book 23 Page 140 County Frome

SCOTT, John farmer Beautiful Valley 1885[-1887] Memorial 107/368

SCOTT, John farmer Beautiful Valley linked with Walter Scott farmer Woolundunga 1886 Memorial 100/379

No 8 - perhaps a continuation of No 7

SCOTT, John farmer Wilmington trustee Institute Wilmington Hundred of Willochra land grant 1880 Grant Book 24 Page 541 County Frome

SCOTT, John farmer Wilmington 1887 Memorial 10/382

SCOTT, John sheepfarmer Gunyah near Wilmington 1891[-1897] Memorial 210/407

SCOTT, John B agent Adelaide 1885 Memorial 200/370

No 1

SCOTT, John Hatton gentleman Adelaide 1853 Memorial 48/51

SCOTT, John Hatton gentleman late of Melbourne Vic, but now of Adelaide, about to reside out of the province, power of attorney to John Tothill BAGOG Esquire Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 26/4/1853 Deposit 62/OA

SCOTT, John Hatton gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now of Melbourne Vic 1853 Memorial 195/51

SCOTT, John Thomas Archibald farmer Stanley Flat near Clare 1901 Application 24241

No 1

SCOTT, John William gentleman Walkerville 1848 Memorial 301/136

SCOTT, John William [formerly gentleman Walkerville but now] poundkeeper Noarlunga 1850 Memorial 302/136

No 1

SCOTT, John William gentleman Adelaide died c1849 Application 19506

No 1 - likely to be the same person

SCOTT, Joseph carpenter Adelaide 1846[-1854] Memorial 224/7

SCOTT, Joseph builder North Adelaide 1874 Memorial 225/273

SCOTT, Joseph builder North Adelaide (Barnard St), died c1879. Estate worth £150. Executors; Wilhelm SCHULITZ agent Kent Town, Walter Henry WADEY solicitor Adelaide Memorial 241/312

No 2

SCOTT, Joseph butcher Pt Adelaide 1859 Application 260

No 3

SCOTT, Joseph auctioneer Penola 1870 Memorial 206/251

SCOTT, Joseph Francis farmer Hundred of Yaranyacka 1889 Memorial 243/397

SCOTT, Leonard retired garage proprietor Second Valley 1973, declared that he had been born on 25/1/1912 in Manchester, England. He had lived in the Yankalilla district from 1928-1973, except for war service between 1939-1945 and a period of residence in the Adelaide metropolitan area 1963-1973 at Everard Park Application 29899

SCOTT, Lionel messenger Adelaide 1910 Memorial 102/463

SCOTT, Malcolm Arthur grocer's assistant Gawler and Bernice Magdalene Scott his wife 1952 Memorial 60/527

SCOTT, Margaret Cochrane widow The Rock Norton Summit 1897. Probably related to the late William Scott of Pt Adelaide Application 23360

SCOTT, Mary Campbell spinster Stephenson 1886 Memorial 140/375

SCOTT, Mrs of Chancery Lane, Adelaide 1882 Application 19033

SCOTT, Mona Winnifred spinster formerly of 3 Second St, Bowden but now of Strathalbyn 1936 Application 28029

SCOTT, PR stock agent Kooringa 1902 Memorial 141/446

No 1

SCOTT, Paul Thompson agent Adelaide 1883 Memorial 172/350

SCOTT, Paul Thompson accountant Adelaide 1894 Memorial 3/423

SCOTT, Philip farmer Manoora and Mary Ann Scott his wife 1876 Application 15256.

SCOTT, Phillip farmer Coonatto 1886 Memorial 16/375

SCOTT, RM City engineer and surveyor to the Adelaide City Council drew up lease plans for Eagle & Gladstone Chambers in Pirie St Adelaide, premises owned by the Adelaide City Council 1924 Deposit 71/1924

No 1

SCOTT, Robert overseer Lake Sunday Yorke Peninsula 1864 Application 5065

SCOTT, Robert mail contractor Lake Sunday. Hundred of Dalrymple land grant 1881 Grant Book 19 Page 143 County Fergusson

SCOTT, Robert farmer Lake Sunday 1882 Memorial 124/338

SCOTT, Robert farmer Lake Sunday near Yorketown, died 14/6/1883. Husband of Emma Elizabeth Scott. Father of Robert Ernest Scott, Arthur Scott, Albert Scott, James Scott, Esther Blanche Florida Scott, Ruth Subine Scott, Rose Hannah Scott, Florence Mary Scott, Beatrice Scott and Rachael Scott. Estate worth £1,100 Memorial 55/401

SCOTT, Robert had died by 1891. Executors; Charles Theodore LOHRMANN auctioneer Yorketown and Thomas ROSSITER of Broken Hill NSW Grant Book 19 Page 148 County Fergusson

No 2

SCOTT, Robert butcher Adelaide 1880. By 1881[-1903], he was a butcher in Jamestown. Perhaps connected with Andrew Scott sheepfarmer Bramfield 1903[-1921] Application 26944

No 3

SCOTT, Robert farmer Mt Bryan East. Hundred of Hallett land grant 1903 Grant Book 8 Page 99 County Burra.

SCOTT, Robert grazier Mt Bryan East. Hundred of Hallett land grant 1911 Grant Book 8 Page 100 County Burra

SCOTT, Robert Lillicoe publican Ararat Vic Hundred of Binnum land grant 1876 Grant Book 29 Page 142 County MacDonnell

SCOTT, Robert Pinsent stockholder The Meadows 1875 Memorial 215/284

No 1

SCOTT, Robert Wallace warehouseman The Parade Norwood 1910 Memorial 137/463

SCOTT, Robert Wallace warehouseman 75 Beulah Road, Norwood, died 5/2/1950 Adelaide Memorial 19/525

SCOTT, Roy Dundas farmer Goolwa, aged 41 in 1944, declared that he had lived in the disrict since 1902 Application 28430

No 1

SCOTT, Samuel grocer Adelaide (Rundle St) 1877 Application 15774.

No 2

SCOTT, Samuel the Elder and Samuel the Younger farmers Yaranyacka trustees Wesleyan Methodist Church Hundred of Yaranyacka land grant 1891 Grant Book 179 Page 207 County Flinders

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

SCOTT, Samuel Claude merchant Woodville. Findon Methodist Church trustee 1923 Memorial 14/487

SCOTT, Stephen labourer Armagh 1872 Application 12142

No 1

SCOTT, Thomas farmer The Barossa 1845 Memorial 310/6

SCOTT, Thomas farmer Deloraine Barossa Special Survey 1847[-1860] Memorial 38/8

SCOTT, Thomas and William sheep farmers The Barossa 1853 Memorial 78/103

SCOTT, Thomas farmer Barossa 1854 Memorial 54/130

SCOTT, Thomas stockholder formerly of the Barossa Survey but now of Deloraine near Mt Gould 1855 Memorial 198/87

SCOTT, Thomas sheepowner Para Wirra 1857 Memorial 226/119

SCOTT, Thomas farmer Deloraine Hundred of Para Wirra 1862 Memorial 87/181

SCOTT, Thomas of Deloraine Para Wirra. Mt Crawford Presbyterian Church trustee 1868 Memorial 230/235

No 2

SCOTT, Thomas boat builder Pt Adelaide 1848 Memorial 206/10 Boat builder and publican Pt Adelaide 1850 Memorial 271/22

SCOTT, Thomas gentleman Para Plains. He owned the New Wood Inn at Salisbury 1853 Memorial 283/57

SCOTT, Thomas publican Salisbury 1854[-1876] Memorial 358/74, Application 273.

SCOTT, Thomas publican Salisbury 1867 Publican Lower Light 1876 Application 15419

SCOTT, Thomas licensed victualler formerly of Salisbury 1867 now of Lower Light 1876 Application 15419.

SCOTT, Thomas licensed victualler Lower Light 1877 Memorial 74/301

SCOTT, Thomas farmer Boor Plains [possibly near Mallala] 1883 Memorial 144/351

No 3

SCOTT, Thomas farmer Gilbert River 1853[-1854] Memorial 78/61

SCOTT, Thomas farmer The Wakefield 1858[-1865] Memorial 21/146

No 4

SCOTT, Thomas town labourer Gawler 1856 Memorial 158/103

No 5 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

SCOTT, Thomas stockholder Paddy’s Plains 1856 Enrolment 47/37

SCOTT, Thomas the Younger and SCOTT, William farmers Woodlands near Chain of Ponds 1862 Application 3622.

SCOTT, Thomas stockholder Paddy Plains 1864 Memorial 324/197

SCOTT, Thomas sheep farmer Paddys Plains near Truro 1867 Application 8369.

SCOTT, Thomas and William sheep farmers Paddy's Plains 1868 Application 9210.

SCOTT, Thomas the Younger of Paddy Plains near Truro 1872 Application 11871.

SCOTT, Thomas and William stockholders Paddy Plains 1878 Memorial 186/305

SCOTT, Thomas and William sheepfarmers North Rhine 1876. Thomas Scott also associated with Paddys Plains Application 14856.

No 6 - perhaps a continuation of No 5

SCOTT, Thomas sheep farmer near Truro 1861 Memorial 173/179

SCOTT, Thomas sheepfarmer Dutton 1886 Memorial 201/377

No 7

SCOTT, Thomas stockholder Lockleys Reedbeds, died 14/5/1871 intestate. His widow Angelina Scott remarried to Elliott COPPEN. Thomas Scott had no children of his marriage. He left surviving, his mother, Isabella Scott, his brother James Scott and his sister, Jessie MacDonald, all of whom had died by 1899. The family solicitor was Charles Fletcher FENN of King William St, Adelaide Application 23828.

No 8

SCOTT, Thomas carpenter Murray Bridge 1878 Grant Book 18 Page 4 County Eyre

No 9

SCOTT, Thomas distiller Stepney, about to leave SA and live abroad for some time, power of attorney to John LINNETT distiller Foster St, Norwood, to manage his SA business affairs 6/3/1893 Deposit 29/1895

SCOTT, Thomas Frederick storekeeper's assistant Redruth 1871 Memorial 85/281

No 1

SCOTT, Thomas Pinsent stockholder Monbulla Hundred of Penola land grant 1865 Grant Book 31 Page 98 County Grey

SCOTT, Thomas Pinsent stockholder Lake Condah also had the lease of Monbulla Station near Penola 1868 Memorial 121/234

SCOTT, Thomas Pinsent stockholder Ryelands near Kapunda 1874 Memorial 206/277

SCOTT, Thomas Pinsent grazier Bull Creek 1884 Memorial 174/359

SCOTT, Thomas Wilcox stockholder Oraparinna (with Appaanana, Mt McKinlay and Mt Searle runs) 1878 Memorial 81/308

SCOTT, Victor chaff merchant Woodville 1924 Application 27231

No 1

SCOTT, Walter farmer Yankalilla 1851[-1857] Memorial 251/44

No 2

SCOTT, Walter farmer Adelaide 1852[-1853] Memorial 279/40

No 3

SCOTT, Walter overseer Pt Lincoln 1862 Application 3102

No 4

SCOTT, Walter mason Stirling East 1879 Memorial 190/312

SCOTT, Walter mason Stirling East 1901 Application 24128

No 5

SCOTT, Walter farmer Hundred of Woolundunga 1885 Memorial 188/372

No 1 - likely to be the same person

SCOTT, Walter C clerk Mitcham 1885 Memorial 80/369

SCOTT, Walter Charles accountant Adelaide 1904[-1906] Memorial 127/451

SCOTT, Walter Charles merchant Adelaide custodian of the deeds of the firm of GOOCH & SCOTT merchants Adelaide 1910 Application 25831

SCOTT, W Comyn notary public Pt Pirie 1895 Memorial 17/426

SCOTT, WEA of Citizen's Buildings, Adelaide 1916 Memorial 174/474

SCOTT, Wilfred James undertaker Laura 1886 Application 23970

No 1

SCOTT, William of Pt Adelaide, and Mary Scott his wife 1842 Memorial 188/2

SCOTT, William master mariner Alberton and Mary Scott his wife 1845 Memorial 442/4

SCOTT, William shipping agent Pt Adelaide 1849[-1859] Enrolment 91/12

SCOTT, William Esquire Pt Adelaide 1854 Memorial 165/69

SCOTT, William shipping agent Pt Adelaide 1856[-1859] Memorial 335/100

SCOTT, William farmer Brookside 1856 Memorial 237/101

SCOTT, William Esquire formery of Pt Adelaide but now of near Magill 1862 Memorial 202/181

SCOTT, William gentleman Magill, died 2/1/1866 effusion on the brain, aged 72 Application 16419

SCOTT, William of Brookside near Adelaide, died 2/1/1866. He left his real estate and much of his personal estate in trust to his sons, David Wylie Scott of the Mountain Grange near Mt Crawford, Robert John Scott and James Scott both of Brookside, in order to carry out the provisions of the will 1866 Memorial 171/208

SCOTT, William of Brookside, near Adelaide, died c1862. His wife, Mary, to have his personal estate, the right to live at Brookside for life, and an annuity of £300 for life. The rest of his real estate in trust to his sons, William David Scott of Alberton, David Wylie Scott of The Mountain Grange near Mt Crawford, Robert John Scott and James Scott both of Brookside, to sell, and then establish a £3,000 trust fund from which to pay the annuity. The estate to be shared equally absolutely in remainder expectant amongst the children after William Scott's wife had died Enrolment 43/48

SCOTT, Mary widow Brookside near Magill, died 2/1/1879. Her son, David Wylie Scott gentleman Brookside near Magill, died 2/12/1887, of pneumonia, aged 55. Another son, William David Scott Master of the Supreme Court Avenue Road, North Adelaide, died 18/8/1891, of bronchitis and double pneumonia, aged 62. A third son, James Cochrane Scott gentleman formerly Brookside near Magill now The Semaphore 1891 Application 22179

No 2

SCOTT, William sheep farmer Paddy Plains 1857 Memorial 192/137

No 3

SCOTT, William draper Adelaide 1858[-1862] Memorial 132/137

No 4

SCOTT, William farmer Bonney Flat 1859 Memorial 115/524

No 5

SCOTT, William stockholder Woodland s Para Wirra 1864 Memorial 159/199

SCOTT, William stockowner Woodlands near Kersbrook 1880 Application 18289.

SCOTT, William farmer Woodlands Para Wirra 1882. He sold lot 6 in Sussex St, Maidstone township, to the DC of Para Wirra, for use as a pound Application 19068

SCOTT, William stockholder Woodland s near Kersbrook 1884[-1893] Memorial 183/362, Application 20453

SCOTT, William stockholder Woodlands near Kersbrook 1896 son of the late Thomas Scott and Elizabeth Armstrong Scott of Deloraine near Kersbrook Memorial 178/429

No 6

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

No 7

SCOTT, William farmer Hundred of Palmer 1886 Memorial 135/375

SCOTT, William of Moonlight Stephenson in the Hundred of Palmer 1886 Memorial 130/382

No 8

SCOTT, William sub-inspector of police Broken Hill NSW 1892 Memorial 215/415

No 9

SCOTT, William farmer Penong 1893 Memorial 127/418

No 1

SCOTT, William D clerk to Messrs BARTLEY, BAKEWELL & STOW solicitors Adelaide 1857 [One of the Brookside Scotts?] Memorial 192/114

SCOTT, William David solicitor Adelaide 1862[-1863] Memorial 99/181

SCOTT, William David solicitor Adelaide, David Wylie SCOTT gentleman Alberton; James Scott gentleman Brookside near Adelaide and Robert John Scott gentleman formerly of Brookside now of parts beyond the sea 1880 Application 18293

SCOTT, William David of Adelaide Master of the SA Supreme Court 1885 Memorial 231/363

SCOTT, William David Esquire Adelaide, SCOTT, David Wylie Esquire Belara near Adelaide and SCOTT, James Cochrane of Brookside near Adelaide 1885, sons of William Scott Esquire Brookside near Magill, who died 2/1/1866. His estate worth £12,000. When he made his will in 1862, his wife Mary was still alive. Son William David Scott lived at Alberton, David Wylie Scott lied at the Mountain Grange near Mt Crawford, and Robert John Scott and James Scott lived at Brookside Application 20544.

SCOTT, William David Master of the Supreme Court Avenue Road, North Adelaide, died 18/8/1891, of bronchitis and double pneumonia, aged 62 Application 22430.

SCOTT, William David solicitor Master of the Supreme Court Adelaide and North Adelaide, died 18/8/1891. Husband of Janet Scott. Bessie and Mary Stuart Scott mentioned but not described Memorials 19/411 & 240/411

SCOTT, Janet widow of the late William David Scott Esquire Adelaide 1893 Application 22482

SCOTT, WF bank manager Millicent 1896 Memorial 13/427

SCOTT, William Henry grazier Kersbrook 1894 Application 22727.

SCOTT, William Pinsent merchant Pt Augusta 1884 Memorial 70/362

SCOTT, William S clerk to REYNELL & REINECKE land agents Adelaide 1880 Memorial 26/329

SCOTT-TODD, Constance Mary married woman Glenburnie Tce, Plympton 1951, born 10/1/1913, declared that she was a granddaughter of Edwin BAIRD of Truro Application 28799

SCOUGALL, John formerly innkeeper Strathalbyn but now of Mildura Vic 1897 Memorial 43/432

No 1 - the Elder

SCOULAR, Gavin farmer Gawler Plains 1850[-1865] Memorial 471/20

SCOULAR, Gavin storekeeper Gawler Plains 1852[-1853] Memorial 53/40

SCOULAR, Gavin farmer Gawler Plains 1860 Application 1164.

SCOULAR, Gavin farmer Blair near Smithfield 1868 Memorial 204/235

SCOULAR, Gavin farmer Smithfield 1886 Application 21092 SCOULAR, Janet widow near Smithfield 1887 relict of the late Gavin Scoular formerly farmer near Smithfield now deceased. His estate worth £3,325 1887 Memorial 203/385

SCOULAR, Janet widow formerly of Smithfield but now of Sydney NSW 1898 Memorial 45/434

No 2 - the Younger

SCOULAR, Gavin Arniel formerly of Smithfield but now wheatbuyer Wells Creek Pt Price linked with Janet Scoular widow formerly of Smithfield but now of Malvern 1892 Memorial 25/416

SCOULAR, Gavin Arniel farmer near Smithfield, died c1895. Son of Janet Scoular widow Ashfield NSW. Estate in trust to be divided equally amongst the children of Janet HARRISON wife of George Frederick Harrison no description Memorial 114/433

No 1

SCOWN, Charles yeoman North Para 1853 Memorial 67/50

SCOWN, Charles farmer Bertha [near Gawler] 1856 Mudla Wirra District Councillor Memorial 128/106

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1??

SCOWN, Charles labourer Thebarton 1866 Memorial 216/208

SCOWN, Charles of Terang Vic owned land in Thebarton 1877 Memorial 178/299

SCOWN, Charles Henry dairyman Penryn had lived in the Cowandillah district all his life 1883. He rented vacant allotments in the sub-division on which to graze cattle Application 19727.

No 1

SCOWN, Charles Thomas of Gawler 1853 Memorial 111/52

SCOWN, Charles Thomas farmer Gawler 1855[-1857] Memorial 6/90

SCOWN, Charles Thomas cornfactor Willaston 1859[-1869] Memorial 221/161

No 1

SCOWN, George Henry farmer Belvidere near Strathalbyn 1888 Application 21397

SCOWN, George Henry farmer Strathalbyn 1898[-1914] Memorial 44/435

SCOWN, George Henry out of business Strathalbyn, died 20/2/1918. Husband of Emily Scown, who died 24/10/1918. Florence Fanny BRUMFIELD married woman Strathalbyn 1918, connected with this family Application 26723

SCOWN, George Henry out of business Strathalbyn, died 20/2/1918. Father of Florence Fanny BRUMFIELD Memorial 158/476

SCOWN, John of Leigh St, Adelaide 1842 Memorial 320/2

No 1

SCOWN, John Thomas bricklayer Adelaide 1838 Application 21494

SCOWN, John Thomas stonemason Adelaide 1839[-1840] Memorial 347/59, Application 2262

SCOWN, John Thomas farmer Green Hills Special Survey 1854[-1862] Memorial 98/63

SCOWN, John Thomas farmer Meadows 1854 Meadows Primitive Methodist Chapel trustee Memorial 487/77

SCOWN, John Thomas farmer Green Hills Special Survey, declared 16/10/1861, that in 1838, he was a bricklayer and stonemason in Adelaide. During 1838, he bought allotments 178 ad 194 in Manton St, Hindmarsh from the trustees for the township, George Milner STEPHEN and Arthur Fydell LINDSAY, for £13/5/-. He took over the lots on 31/7/1838. In 1860, William PRESS leased lot 178, and George SHEARING the Younger leased lot 194. JT Scown eventually lost the deeds to the land. His daughter, Elizabeth Scown, married John Edward MILLS. Application 2994.

SCOWN, John Thomas farmer The Meadows 1862 Application 2994

No 1

SCOWN, Richard farmer The Meadows 1857 Memorial 192/121

No 2

SCOWN, Richard farmer Hundred of Wirrega 1889 Memorial 38/397

SCOWN, Thomas mason Twickenham 1851[-1855] Memorial 86/30

No 1 - perhaps the same person

SCOWN, William farmer Adelaide 1853[-1859] Memorial 4/67

SCOWN, William Hooper farmer Adelaide 1853 Memorial 232/52

No 2

SCOWN, William mason Thebarton 1864 Application 4826

No 1

SCRIVEN, Corbett Whitton grazier The Rocks near Bordertown linked with SM Scriven spinster The Rocks near Bordertown 1886 Memorial 216/376

SCRIVEN, Corbett Whitton of The Rocks Bordertown 1887 Memorial 50/384

No 1

SCRIVEN, Frederick James Barringer pastoralist Morchard 1927 Memorial 48/497

SCRIVEN, Frederick James Barringer pastoralist formerly of Morchard but now of O'Halloran Hill 1930 Memorial 135/503

SCRIVEN, Frederick James Barringer pastoralist formerly of Morchard and O'Halloran Hill, but now of Eden [Eden Hills]1935 Memorial 85/508

SCRIVEN, Henry of Hindmarsh 1878 Memorial 132/312

No 1

SCRIVEN, James farmer Willowie trustee Wesleyan Methodist Chapel Hundred of Willowie land grant 1880 Grant Book 24 Page 741 County Frome

SCRIVEN, James farmer Coromandel Valley farmer Willowie trustee unnamed Church Hundred of Willowie land grant 1882 Grant Book 24 Page 744 County Frome

No 2

SCRIVEN, James farmer Morchard 1897 Memorial 220/430

SCRIVEN, James farmer Morchard 1903 Book 13 Page 266 County Dalhousie

SCRIVEN, John of Kooringa 1851 Memorial 243/32

SCRIVENER, Benjamin farmer Templers 1870 Memorial 57/247

SCROOP, Frederick Oscar farmer Coromandel Valley 1922 Memorial 76/486

SCROOP, PE clerk to JLS TRELOAR solicitor Adelaide 1932 Memorial 92/514

SCROOP, Robert Percy cellarhand Reynella and Beatrice Rachel Scroop his wife 1950 Memorial 143/524

SCROOP, Sidney Albert shop assistant Burra North, aged 51 in 1955, declared that he had lived in the area for more than 30 years Application 28749

No 1

SCROOP, Thomas Gordon farmer McLaren Vale 1945 Memorial 165/518

SCROOP, Thomas Gordon formerly farmer McLaren Vale but now dairy farmer Reynella 1952 Application 28903.

SCROOP, Thomas Gordon formerly mixed farmer Reynella but now out of business 1 Kandahar Crescent, Colonel Light Gardens and Esther Elizabeth Scroop his wife 1959 Memorial 134/532

No 1

SCRUBY, Henry Mortlock sheep farmer Hundred of Way 1884 Memorial 112/357

SCRUBY, Henry Mortlock of Mouchappie and Koolidie near Pt Lincoln 1884 Memorial 216/361

SCRUBY, Henry Mortlock and William Ernest farmers Spilsby Island near Pt Lincoln 1898 Memorial 37/436

SCRUBY, HM farmer Pt Lincoln 1903 Memorial 210/448

SCRUBY, Alice Theresa widow Malvern 1918, declared that she had been living in Pt Lincoln in 1877 Application 26672

No 1

SCRUTTON, Alexander stockbroker 81 Old Broad St, London 1860 Application 126

SCRUTTON, Alexander stockbroker 81 Old Broad St, London, Middlesex, England, died 4/8/1872. He left his SA estate to his three sons, Alexander James Scrutton stockbroker 81 Old Broad St, London, George Conquest Scrutton shipbroker St Dunstan’s House, Idol Lane, London, and Thomas Urquhart Scrutton, now of Adelaide. The sons in England appointed their brother in SA to sell their share in the SA real estate Sections 1183, 1199 Hundred of Gilbert, and allotments in the township of Victoria (Hundreds of Waterloo, Kapunda) 28/5/1873 Deposit 179/1873

No 1

SCRUTTON, Thomas Urquhart farmer Adelaide 1849 Memorial 22/23

SCRUTTON, Thomas Urquhart merchant Melbourne Vic about to marry Margaret AUSTIN of Adelaide 1853. Trustees for the marriage settlement - John Baptist AUSTIN the Younger and John Thain JUST merchants Adelaide Memorial 272/58

SCRUTTON, Thomas Urquhart merchant Melbourne and Margaret Scrutton his wife 1865 Memorial 167/201

SCRUTTON, Thomas Urquhart sheep farmer Adelaide 1874 Memorial 160/277

SCRUTTON, Thomas Urquhart sheepfarmer Wellington on the Murray Hundred of Coolinong land grant 1875 Grant Book 54 Page 144 County Russell

SCRUTTON, Thomas Urquhart storekeeper Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of Pirie land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 288 County Victoria

SCRUTTON, Thomas Urquhart married Margaret AUSTIN on 1/11/1853 Lashbrook House, near Macclesfield. Mrs Scrutton died 3/11/1894 Glenelg. Her husband settled Section 2864 Hundred of Strathalbyn upon her for life, then to their children in equal shares absolutley in remainder expectant. Family as at 1900. Thomas Frederick Scrutton born 22/8/1854 died 11/12/1854. Annie Lashbrook Scrutton born 22/11/1855 now wife of Frederick Victor HOLTSBAUM public school teacher Inverell NSW; Ellen Conquest Scrutton born 18/5/1857 now spinster Glenelg; Edward Urquhart Scrutton born 26/2/1859 now wheatbuyer Mitcham Vic; Alice Marion Scrutton born 6/21861 now wife of Alfred SLADE farmer Willunga; Austin Alexander Scrutton born 23/8/1862 now railway employe Petersburg; Effie Margaret Srutton born 16/10/1864 spinster Glenelg; Herbert James Scrutton born 2/8/1866 now railway employee Petersburg; Florence Adelaide Scrutton born 2/5/1868 now spinster Glenelg; Mary Kate Scrutton born 1/8/1869 now spinster Glenelg; Emily Winnifred Austin Scrutton born 7/8/1870 now spinster Glenelg; Arnold Conquest Scrutton born 2/12/1871 now wheatbuyer Katanning WA; Charles Scrutton born 20/3/1872 died 5/5/1872; Wilfred Young Scrutton wheatbuyer Houpeton Vic born 3/5/1875; Frank Howard Scrutton plumber Glenelg born 12/12/1878 Application 24068.

SCRYMGOUR, Albert George clerk Adelaide 1890 Memorial 11/406

No 1

SCRYMGOUR, Edmund manufacturing stationer formerly of Adelaide but now of Melbourne Vic 1910 Memorial 158/463

SCRYMGOUR, Edmund formerly manufacturing stationer Adelaide but now out of business Hawthorn Vic 1928 Memorial 10/500

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

SCRYMGOUR, George grocer Adelaide about to marry Charlotte Juliana POOLE of Palm House, Hackney, adopted daughter of William PEACOCK Esquire MLC Palm House, Hackney 1862 Memorial 324/183

SCRYMGOUR, George clerk Adelaide 1865 Application 6310

SCRYMGOUR, George the Elder and Younger and Edmund Scrymgour printers Adelaide trading under the style or firm of Scrymgour and Sons, became bankrupts in 1883 Memorial 170/354

No 1

SCRYMGOUR, James Frederick agent Adelaide 1885[-1902] Memorial 1/369, Application 24463.

SCRYMGOUR, James Frederick of The Town and Country Business Exchange 20 Waymouth St, Adelaide 1901 Application 24274.

SCRYMGOUR, James Frederick financier Adelaide 1906 Application 25156.

No 1

SCRYMGOUR, Malcolm clerk to Richard HICKS solicitor Adelaide 1858[-1861] Memorial 216/143

SCRYMGOUR, Malcolm clerk to Messrs HICKS & DALY solicitors Adelaide 1864[-1875] Memorial 48/194

SCRYMGOUR, Malcolm solicitor Adelaide (City Chambers) 1866 Memorial 189/214

SCUDDS, Benjamin roadman Stirling East, died 11/1/1911, of general consumption, aged 45. Born at Stirling East, son of William Scudds, he had married Joan Robinson WILSON on 16/4/1889, St Paul's Adelaide. By 1918, the widowed Mrs Scudds lived in North Adelaide Application 26705

No 1

SCUDDS, Hugh John farmer Pingelly WA and Lavinia Scudds his wife linked with John Henry Scudds yeoman Pingelly 1911. They owned land in Stirling West Memorial 95/465

SCUDDS, Hugh John yeoman Pingelly WA and John Henry Scudds yeoman and contractor Pingelly WA owned land in Stirling 1917 Memorial 77/475

SCUDDS, John Henry formerly yeoman Stirling East now contractor Pingelly WA 1913 Application 26516

No 1

SCUDDS, Samuel labourer Mt Lofty 1902 Memorial 81/447

SCUDDS, Samuel labourer Mt Lofty 1902 Application 24508.

SCUDDS, Samuel formerly stationman Crafers now labourer Stirling West 1913 Application 26517

SCUDDS, Samuel labourer Mt Lofty. Aldgate Valley Church of Christ trustee 1928 Memorial 94/500

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

SCUDDS, William carter The Tiers 1854[-1881] Memorial 382/72

SCUDDS, William labourer Stirling near the Crafers Inn 1856 Stirling Bible Christian Chapel trustee Memorial 305/112

SCUDDS, William yeoman Stirling near Crafers 1859 Memorial 309/157

SCUDDS, William labourer Stirling East 1881 Application 18852.

SCUDDS, William gardener Stirling East 1884 Application 20371.

SCUDDS, William labourer Stirling East 1885 Application 20593

SCUDDS, William the Elder yeoman Stirling linked with Samuel Scudds yeoman Crafers and John Henry Scudds yeoman Stirling 1893 Memorial 200/417

SCUDDS, William the Elder yeoman Stirling East near Crafers father of Samuel Scudds road station man Crafers and Annie HEFFRON wife of Edward Heffron sableman Adelaide (Gunson St) 1894 Memorials 247 & 248/420

SCUDDS, William the Elder yeoman Stirling near Crafers. Father of Samuel Scudds yeoman Stirling, John Henry Scudds yeoman Stirling and Benjamin Scudds yeoman Stirling 1898 Memorial 224/433

SCULCHINE, James of East Auburn 1876 Application 15660.

No 1

SCULL, Henry farmer Glenelg 1853[-1854] Memorial 280/47

SCULL, Henry farmer Glenelg near Adelaide 1904 Application 24839

No 1

SCULLARD, George no description most likely of Kingston S-E 1876 Memorial 169/299

SCULLARD, George labourer Frances Hundred of Binnum land grant 1899 Grant Book 29 Page 149a County MacDonnell

No 1

SCUPIN, Erich farmer Blumberg 1853 Memorial 9/59

SCUPIN, Erich licensed victualler Blumberg 1855 Memorial 484/92

SCUPIN, Erich farmer Blumberg 1857[-1863] Memorial 264/130

SCUPIN, Johann Erich publican Blumberg 1862 Application 2990

SCUTCHINGS, Benjamin teamster Auburn 1858[-1868] Memorial 103/140

No 1

SCUTCHINGS, James gardener Auckland New Zealand 1845 Hindmarsh allotment purchase Memorial 11/116

SCUTCHINGS, James gardener Adelaide 1846 Memorial 495/6

Gardener Bold Venture South Road 1846 Memorial 494/6

SCUTCHINGS, James gardener Magill 1848 Memorial 257/13

SCUTCHINGS, James gardener Little Para 1849 Memorial 49/17 SCUTCHINGS, James gardener Salisbury 1850 Memorial 197/28

SCUTCHINGS, James teamster Auburn 1851 Memorial 287/33

SCUTCHINGS, James farmer Auburn 1852[-1854] Memorial 61/41

SCUTCHINGS, James gardener Upper Wakefield 1854[-1857] Memorial 75/69

SCUTCHINGS, James gardener and Scutchings, Charles teamster both of Auburn 1854 Memorial 123/70

SCUTCHINGS, James (father) and Charles (son) farmers Auburn 1856 Memorial 141/112

SCUTCHINGS, James gardener Auburn 1854[-1857] Memorial 218/73

SCUTCHINGS, James gardener East Auburn Hundred of Upper Wakefield land grant 1858 Grant Book 56 Page 120 County Stanley

SCUTCHINGS, James gardener East Auburn 1865[-1866] Memorial 3/202

SCUTT, Charles Sidney dentist Aldgate 1929 Memorial 45/501

No 1

SCUTTER, William farmer Clarendon 1857 Memorial 13/118

SCUTTER, William labourer Clarendon 1869 Memorial 133/242

SCUTTER, William the Elder, died c1876. He left his real estate in trust for his wife, Janet Scutter, during her widowhood, then to his eldest son, Joseph Scutter. Other children mentioned in his will included William Scutter the Younger, Eli Scutter and Annie SCROOP nee Scutter Memorial 164/289

SCUTTER, William Senr labourer Clarendon died 23/10/1875, leaving real estate (Lot 19 Clarendon) for life or remarriage to his widow, Janet Scutter, then to his son, Joseph Scutter labourer Clarendon, provided he pay out his brother William Scutter. By 1892, Mrs Scutter was living in Wellington Square, North Adelaide, and her sons, Joseph and William Scutter, had become labourers at Renmark. Her daughter, Annie SCROOP, to get the large American clock, and Mrs Scutter to get the rest of the personal estate. Estate worth £150. William Scutter Senr could not write Application 22329.