Extracts from SA General Registry Office (GRO) Information

The following information was extracted basically 'as is' from Reg Butler's (Hahndorf Historian) unpublished computer working files as at c2014. 

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

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

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Bed* - Bow*

Box* - By*

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Che* - Com*

Con* - Cu*

Da* - Dic*

Die* - Dy*

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Fo* - Fy*

Ga* - Gol*

Gom* - Gy*

Ha* - Han*

Har* - Hel*

Hem* - Hof*

Hog* - Hy*

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La* - Lev*

Lew* - 'Ly*

Ma* - Maz*

McA* - McW*

Me* - Mom*

Mon* - My*

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Pa* to Per*

Pes* to Py*

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Ra* - Roa*

Rob* - Rz*

Sa* - Sc*

Se*- Sl*

Sm* - Sq*

St* - Sy*

Ta* to Thr*

Thu* to Ty*

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Wa* - Wee*

Weg* - Will*

Wilm*- Wy*

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

Names Beginning 'Se*' to 'Sl*'

No 1

SEABORN, Robert builder Adelaide 1838 Application 26255

SEABORN, Robert builder Adelaide 1854 Memorial 498/67

SEABROOK, Lavinia 30 widow Adelaide (Father: William Daniel HODGKINS) married John Lloyd HYNDMAN 40 bachelor surveyor and civil engineer Adelaide (Father: Charles Robinson Hyndman late Capt HM 11th Dragoons) on 29/3/1877 St John Morialta. Minister; Alfred HONNER. Witnesses: WT SHEPHARD Under Treasurer Adelaide, J STANES of no address. Only child of the marriage - Hilda Frances Rose Hyndman born 11/6/1878 Felixtowe, Payneham. JL Hyndman died 31/10/1878 Payneham, of Brights disease, pericardiis and endo-carditis, aged 42. Daughter Hilda died 31/10/1878 Payneham, of diarrhoea, aged 4 months and 3 weeks. Lavinia Hyndman 35 widow Felixtowe remarried to George CHURCH 41 widower gentleman Fullarton (Father: John Church) on 2/8/1880 St George's Woodforde. Minister: Alfred Honner. Witnesses: FA THIEL accountant North Adelaide, and Florence SEABROOK of Felixtowe. George Church gentleman Molesworth St, North Adelaide, died 19/9/1885, of cirrhosis of the liver, aged 46. The widowed Lavinia Church returned to England. She remarried aged 49, to Thomas LANGFORD 52 widower Superintendent of Parish Schools, based at St Mary Islington (Father: William Langford) on 8/2/1893 St Mark Islington. Mrs Langford remained in England and sold the Payneham land in 1900 Application 24383

No 1

SEABROOK, Thomas Edward Fraser surgeon Gladstone. Booyoolie (later part of Gladstone Hundred of Booyoolie) township allotment land grant 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 314 County Victoria

SEABROOK, Thomas Edward Fraser gentleman Adelaide 1881 Memorial 3/336

SEABURY, Edward & William farmers near Leasingham 1887 Application 21162

No 1

SEABURY, William farmer Skillogolee Creek 1856[-1863] Memorial 307/112

SEABURY, William farmer Upper Wakefield 1862 Application 3152

No 1

SEABURY, William Leighton storekeeper Redruth 1895 Memorial 22/425

SEABURY, William Leighton formerly storekeeper Redruth but now of Perth WA 1899 Memorial 145/437

SEAGER, George labourer Brighton 1848[-1853] Memorial 140/13

SEAGER, Harold William Hastings sheepfarmer Hawks Nest near Kingscote. Hundred of MacGillivray land grant 1950 Grant Book 11 Page 89 County Carnarvon

SEAGER, Joy medical practitioner Kingston S-E 1946 Application 28452

SEAGER, Sidney mason Adelaide 1874 Memorial 224/277

SEAGER, Sydney shoemaker Nain 1864 Application 5003

SEAGRIM, AW undertaker Woodside 1902 Application 24398.

SEAGRIM, John Samuel labourer Charleston 1882[-1884] Memorial 240/336

No 1

SEAGRIM, Thomas labourer Woodside 1854 Memorial 181/79

SEAGRIM, Catherine widow of Thomas Seagrim labourer Woodside 1884. She could not write Application 20096

No 1

SEAL, Annie hotelkeeper formerly of Narracoorte but now of the Royal Exchange Hotel, Aberdeen near Kooringa 1911[-1921] Memorial 170/464

SEAL, Annie hotelkeeper Aberdeen 1921 Application 27015

No 1 - perhaps the same person

SEAL, George farmer Reedbeds 1853[-1859] Memorial 96/56

SEAL, George farmer Reedbeds Hundred of Saddleworth land grant 1860 Grant Book 44 Page 343 County Light

SEAL, George of Mt Freeling 1891 Memorial 104/410

No 1

SEALY, Edmund Grey civil engineer Adelaide 1850 Memorial 486/21

SEALY, Edmund Grey of the Hundred of Kondoparinga 1858 Memorial 183/142

SEALY, Edmund Grey Esquire Sandergrove near Strathalbyn 1858 Memorial 113/144

SEALY, Edmund Grey civil engineer Sandergrove Hundred of Kondoparinga 1858 Hundred of Kondoparinga District School trustee Memorial 55/152

SEALY, Edmund Grey Esquire Sandergrove 1860[-1861] Memorial 147/165, Application 2601

SEALY, George Lovell Esquire Bridgwater, Somerset, England, died 25/7/1876. He left his estate to his sisters, Mary Elizabeth Sealy spinster Bridgwater, Somerset, and Emma Lovell MARSHALL nee Sealy, wife of the Rev’d Henry James Marshall Clerk in Holy Orders Bethro, Co Mongomery, Wales. Power of attorney to George BOOTHBY gentleman Adelaide, to manage a property called Hughey’s Wells in SA 18/5/1880 Deposit 47/1881

SEAMAN, Elisha farmer Hundred of Boolcunda 1886 Memorial 193/373

SEAMAN, Harold George currant grower McLaren Vale 1946 Memorial 153/519

No 1

SEAMAN, Philip farmer Hurtle Vale 1854 Application 22328.

SEAMAN, Phillip farmer Hurtle Vale 1868 Memorial 13/231

No 2

SEAMAN, Philip farmer McLaren Vale 1855[-1891] Memorial 286/91, Application 18814

No 1 – perhaps the same person FIND TEST

SEAMAN, William farmer Stockport on the Gilbert Hundred of Alma land grant 1876 Grant Book 26 Page 100 County Gawler

SEAMAN, William of Tarcowie 1883 Grant Book 13 Page 52 County Dalhousie

SEAMONS, Edmond farmer Tam O’Shanter Belt 1850. Local Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee Memorial 2200/25

SEARCH, William farmer Torrens River bank 1851 Memorial 376/36

SEARCY, Alfred of Parliament House, Adelaide 1908 Memorial 148/458

No 1

SEARCY, Arthur deputy commissioner of taxes Adelaide 1909[-1910] Memorial 128/462

SEARCY, Arthur formerly civil servant but now president and chairman of the Harbours Board Adelaide linked with Perroomba Rochester Basil Searcy mercantile clerk Rosslyn Park 1923 Memorial 158/488

SEARCY, Arthur retired Chairman and President of the SA Harbours Board St Peters and SEARCY, Perroomba Rochester Basil Searcy shipping manager Rosslyn Park 1926 Application 27460

No 1

SEARCY, John Dudley law clerk Glenelg, with Messrs GENDERS, WILSON & PELLEW solicitors Selborne Chambers, Pirie St, Adelaide 1926. This firm succeeded the firm of Wilson & Genders Application 27324

SEARCY, John Dudley law clerk Adelaide, in the employ of Messrs GENDERS, WILSON & PELLEW solicitors Adelaide 1929 Application 27551

No 1

SEARCY, John Edwin land agent Victor Harbor, aged 60 years in 1945, declared that he had lived in the area for 30 years Application 28433

SEARCY, John Edwin land agent Victor Harbor, aged 61 in 1947, declared that he had lived in Victor Harbor for over 30 years Application 28486

SEARCY, William JP police inspector Pt Lincoln 1865 Memorial 54/205

SEARJANT, Daniel gentleman Unley 1853 Memorial 67/56

No 1

SEARLE, Alfred and Clarissa of Kermode St, North Adelaide 1853 Memorial 262/168

SEARLE, Alfred gentleman North Adelaide 1853[-1854] Hundred of Goolwa land grant Memorial 170/162

SEARLE, Alfred Esquire Mt Remarkable 1855 Memorial 237/81

SEARLE, Alfred postmaster Mt Remarkable 1856 Memorial 85/104

SEARLE, Alfred postmaster Melrose 1857[-1858] Memorial 252/119

SEARLE, Alfred storekeeper Melrose, died c1859. He left his estate to his wife, Clarissa Searle Memorial 332/161

SEARLE, Alfred storekeeper Melrose, died c1859. His entire estate to his wife, Clarissa Searle absolutely. The widow further sub-divided her husband’s allotments in Melrose and sold them; then she went to live at Haverhill, near Melrose. Variously, she appointed Francis William STOKES sheep farmer Cronatty Station, and Matthew MOORHOUSE gentleman Mt Remarkable, as her attorneys Deposit 53/1864

SEARLE, Clarissa widow formerly of Mt Remarkable but at present residing in some part of the United Kingdom 1864 Memorial 194/193

SEARLE, Clarissa widow Melrose near Mt Remarkable relict of the late Alfred Searle formerly storekeeper Melrose now deceased 1865 Memorial 332/208

SEARLE, Clarissa widow storekeeper Melrose 1866 Application 7311

SEARLE, Clarissa widow formerly of Melrose but now of 20 Essex Villas, Kensington, Middlesex, England 1877[-1879] Memorial 241/301

SEARLE, Clarissa widow formerly of Melrose but now of Wingrove House, Upper Walmer, Kent, England 1894 Memorial 126/422

SEARLE, Clarissa widow Wingrove House Upper Walmer, Kent, England linked with Alfred Henry Searle of the same address 1895 Memorial 45/425

SEARLE, Charles splitter Stony Creek near Lobethal 1857 Memorial 222/116

No 1 – perhaps the same person FIND CHECK RUN

SEARLE, George and James farmers Reedbeds 1853 Memorial 96/56

SEARLE, George farmer Reedbeds Co Adelaide. Hundred of Black Rock Plain land grant 1883 Grant Book 13 Page 112 County Dalhousie

SEARLE, George farmer Pekina Co Dalhousie. Hundred of Pichi Richi land grant 1888 Grant Book 49 Page 31 County Newcastle

No 2 – perhaps the same person FIND CHECK RUN

SEARLE, George farmer near Hamley Bridge Co Gawler. Hundred of Crystal Brook land grant 1881 Grant Book 60 Page 233 County Victoria

SEARLE, George farmer near Hamley Bridge Co Gawler. Hundred of Koolunga land grant 1882 Grant Book 55 Page 191 County Stanley

SEARLE, George Gillett farmer Tantanoola 1925 Application 28151

No 1

SEARLE, George Joseph farmer Black Rock 1877, a beneficiary in the estate of the late James Searle who died c1876. Related to Julia Searle who died 28/5/1891 Application 16470.

SEARLE, George Joseph farmer Mt Brown Creek Bruce township allotment land grant (Hundred of Willochra) 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 798 County Frome

No 1

SEARLE, James farmer Section 2076 Survey B 1849 Memorial 143/16

SEARLE, James farmer Hundred of Adelaide 1851 Memorial 343/41

SEARLE, James farmer Section 903 Hundred of Yatala 1853[-1854] Memorial 144/50

SEARLE, James farmer Reedbeds 1853[-1858] Memorial 225/53

SEARLE, James farmer Searle Grove Hundred of Pt Adelaide 1864 Memorial 100/199

SEARLE, James farmer Searle Grove The Reedbeds, died c1865. He left a farm to his son, George [Searle] Joseph Searle, from his first wife formerly Sarah WEST. The testator's present wife, formerly Julia NOWLAN, to have the rest of the estate in trust during her widowhood or until her remarriage, then to be divided equally absolutely in remainder expectant amongst the members of the second family after the youngest son [Richard Walter Searle] had turned 21. Family - George Joseph Searle, John James Searle, Henry Searle, Edward Searle, William Searle, Mark Searle, Richard Walter Searle, Mary Ann Searle and Elizabeth Julia Searle Memorial 311/205

No 2

SEARLE, James farmer Searle Grove 1905 Application 24933

No 3 – perhaps the same person

SEARLE, James farmer Hundred of Grace. Trustee School and Cemetery Hundred of Grace. Hundred of Grace land grant 1875 Grant Book 27 Page 52 County Gawler

SEARLE, James farmer Redbanks. Hundred of Grace land grant 1877 Grant Book 27 Page 33 County Gawler

SEARLE, James of Barabba 1890 Memorial 183/402

No 4

SEARLE, James and John farmers Purnong Landing.Trustees Methodist Church Hundred of Forster 1902 Grant Book 3 Page 29 County Gilbert

No 1

SEARLE, John labourer Unley 1851 Memorial 377/32

SEARLE, John yeoman Unley 1851[-1856] Memorial 61/34.

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

SEARLE, John storekeeper Echunga 1855 Memorial 491/94

SEARLE, John storekeeper Echunga 1856 Adelaide & Provincial Building Society member Memorial 343/99

SEARLE, John storekeeper Echunga became insolvent by 28/4/1856 Memorial 109/113

SEARLE, John storekeeper formerly of Echunga 1857 Memorial 95/120

No 3

SEARLE, John farmer Clare Co Stanley. Hundred of Black Rock Plain land grant 1882 Grant Book 13 Page 111 County Dalhousie

SEARLE, John James farmer Grace Plains. Hundred of Grace land grant 1878 Grant Book 27 Page 65 County Gawler

SEARLE, Joseph labourer Crafers 1877 Memorial 203/296

No 1

SEARLE, Richard merchant Adelaide 1873[-1898] Memorial 52/267

SEARLE, Richard merchant King William St, Adelaide, about to leave the province for a time, power of attorney to John GORDON merchant Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 26/2/1884 Deposit 92/1888

No 2

SEARLE, Richard farmer Grace Plains. Hundred of Grace land grant 1879 Grant Book 27 Page 32 County Gawler

SEARLE, Richard farmer Crystal Brook. Trustee unnamed Chapel Hundred of Wandearah Hundred of Wandearah land grant 1879 Grant Book 60 Page 325 County Victoria

SEARLE, Richard farmer Redbanks Co Gawler. Hundred of Crystal Brook land grant 1882 Grant Book 60 Page 233 County Victoria

SEARLE, Richard farmer Wandearah. Trustee unnamed Church Hundred of Wandearah Hundred of Wandearah land grant 1895 Grant Book 60 Page 329 County Victoria

No 1

SEARLE, Richard Walter farmer near Alberton Co Adelaide. Hundred of Black Rock Plain land grant 1884 Grant Book 13 Page 112 County Dalhousie

SEARLE, Richard Walter farmer Black Rock Plain 1886 Memorial 151/375

SEARLE, Richard Walter farmer Pekina 1888 Memorial 124/391

No 1

SEARLE, Thomas shoemaker Thebarton 1850[-1854] Memorial 457/21

No 2

SEARLE, Thomas gentleman Magill and Eliza Searle his wife 1887 Application 21142

No 1

SEARLE, William of the Wakefield River 1855 Memorial 487/91

No 2

SEARLE, William boarding house keeper Wallaroo Mines 1862 Memorial 313/184

No 3

SEARLE, William shepherd Canowie 1874 Memorial 153/271

No 1

SEARLES, Henry farmer Langhorne Creek Hundred of Seymour land grant 1869 Grant Book 54 Page 115 County Russell

SEARLES, Henry farmer Kingston S-E Hundred of Lacepede land grant 1896 Grant Book 46 Page 9 County MacDonnell

SEARLES, Tuson formerly butcher Stirling East but now out of businesss Woodville and Ellen Lysander Searles his wife 1915 Application 26446

SEARLEY, John Gordon Richard merchant Adelaide a partner in the firm of D & W MURRAY 1879 Memorial 40/318

No 1 FIND CHECK RUN

SEARS, James farmer Waterloo 1881 Memorial 108/336

SEARS, James farmer Hundred of Forster. Hundred of Forster land grant 1888 Grant Book 3 Page 28 County Albert

SEARS, James farmer Walker Flat Co Sturt. Hundred of Forster land grant 1910 Grant Book 3 Page 30 County Albert

SEARS, Washington farmer Marion 1875 Application 14249.66

SEARSON, Peter John farmer Aldinga 1911[-1917] Memorial 111/465

SEARSON, Richard bootmaker McLaren Vale and Bridget Seaerson his wife 1891 Application 22128

No 1

SEARSON, Roger labourer McLaren Vale 1854 Memorial 397/69

SEARSON, Roger farmer McLaren Vale 1865 Memorial 226/202

SEARSON, Roger farmer formerly of McLaren Vale but now of Adelaide 1884 owned lot 9 of pt Section 135 Hundred of Willunga laid out as Bellvue GRO Plan 201/1854 Application 20375.

No 1

SEARSON, Stephen George mounted constable Hamley Bridge 1903 Memorial 19/448

SEARSON, Stephen George mounted constable formerly of Hamley Bridge but now of Brighton 1914 Memorial 75/471

SEARSON, Thomas the Elder farmer Aldinga linked with Thomas Searson the Younger and Roger Searson farmers McLaren Vale 1865 Memorial 332/207

SEATON, Wilson Percival branch manager 37 Thornber St, Unley Park, changed his name to Lawrence Percival WILSON 1942 Memorial 108/516

No 1

SEBISTON, Peter shepherd FS Dutton's Pine Creek Station 1844 Memorial 381/3

SEBISTON, Peter farmer The Light 1857 Memorial 120/117

SEBISTON, Peter farmer Anlaby 1867 Memorial 250/223

SEBISTON, Peter farmer Balmoral Hundred of Kapunda, died in 1871. He left his entire estate to his wife, Mary Ann Sebiston Memorial 243/253

SEBISTON, Mary Ann widow Balmoral Hundred of Kapunda 1872 Memorial 114/258

SEBISTON, Mary Ann widow formerly of Balmoral near Kapunda 1871 but then of near Kapunda 1872 (relict of the late Peter Sebiston formerly farmer Balmoral near Kapunda now deceased), died 27/6/1872. She left her real estate in a complicated trust for eventual sale. The money to go to her three daughters, Martha, Rebecca and Mary Ann Sebiston, in equal shares absolutely Memorials 113 & 154/321

SEBISTON, Mary Ann widow of Peter Sebiston farmer Balmoral Hundred of Kapunda, died 27/6/1872 at Kapunda. Her estate in trust with two friends, David MOODY farmer Hansborough and Robert BREWSTER storekeeper Kapunda, to the benefit of her daughters, Martha, Rebecca and Mary Ann Sebiston, in equal shares once they all reach 21 years of age. Before that time, the income to be used for their upkeep. Estate worth £1,800 Enrolment 27/63

SECKER, George clerk to EC GWYNNE & WJ LAWRENCE solicitors Adelaide 1849[-1850] Memorial 139/19

SECKER, Thomas Roy Marrett station manager Tumby Bay 1925 Memorial 79/492

SECKER, Thomas William George grazier Lucindale 1903 Memorial 2/450

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

SECOMB, Henry farmer Gawler River 1857 Memorial 311/117

SECOMB, Henry farmer Pt Gawler 1857[-1865] Pt Gawler Primitive Methodist Chapel trustee Memorial 217/122

SECOMB, Henry farmer Pt Gawler 1859 Application 398

SECOMB, Henry the Elder farmer Pt Gawler linked with Henry Secomb the Younger farmer Two Wells 1875 Memorial 104/279

SECOMB, Henry gentleman North Adelaide (Barton Tce) 1877 Memorial 110/300

SECOMB, Henry farmer Pt Gawler 1877 Memorial 81/303

SECOMB, Henry the Younger farmer Two Wells 1878[-1893] Memorial 77/307

SECOMB, Henry formerly farmer Pt Gawler 1864 but now gentleman Barton Tce, North Adelaide 1877. Linked with John Secomb farmer Pt Gawler Application 16007.

SECOMB, Henry the Younger farmer Two Wells 1876 Application 14899.

SECOMB, Henry the Younger farmer formerly of Two Wells but now of Prospect 1908 Application 25528.

SECOMB, William Henry farmer Two Wells 1908 Application 25528.

SECOMBE, Cecil Blackwood chemist Eudunda 1922 Memorial 131/486

No 1

SECOMBE, John carpenter Kooringa 1851 Memorial 54/34

SECCOMBE, John miner Kapunda 1869 Memorial 188/244

SECCOMBE, John miner formerly of Kapunda but then of Moonta, had died by 1898. Husband of Elizabeth Seccombe Memorial 79/436

SECOMBE, John miner Moonta, died 16/7/1892. Husband of Elizabeth Secombe Memorial 66/432

SECOMBE, John Henry of Pt Lincoln, and Susanna Secombe his wife 1906[-1921] Memorial 61/456

No 1

SEDGLEY, Henry labourer Adelaide 1841 Memorial 462/38

SEDGLEY, Henry of Pt Adelaide 1845 Memorial 410/46

SEDGLEY, Henry barman Pt Adelaide 1840. He died c1860 Victorian gold diggings intestate. His eldest son, William Sedgley carter Gawler, inherited his estate as heir at law. Edward Sedgley labourer Gawler mentioned in deeds 1871 Application 17340

SEDGLEY, Thomas William butcher and baker Pt Wakefield and Harriet Sedgley his wife 1867 Application 8773

SEDGLEY, Walter Henry butcher Brompton Park 1908 Memorial 175/458

No 1 - likely to be the same person

SEDGLEY, William carrier Adelaide 1847 Memorial 209/48

SEDGLEY, William carter Gawler 1867 Memorial 205/221

SEDGLEY, William Henry butcher Gawler 1888 Application 21448

SEDGMAN, Thomas William blacksmith Kapunda 1863 Application 4620

No 1

SEDGWICK, Charles Neish gentleman Adelaide 1849 Memorial 390/16 Storekeeper, Adelaide 1850[-1853] Memorial 68/25

SEDGWICK, Charles Neish gentleman North Adelaide 1851 Memorial 456/34

SEDGWICK, Charles Neish gentleman Adelaide, died c1853-1854. He left his entire estate to his housekeeper, Sabina GOODWIN Memorial 37/67

SEDOLE, Antonio bootmaker Le Fevre Peninsula 1856 Memorial 455/96

No 1

SEDUNARY, Edward farmer Langhorne Creek 1879 Memorial 161/318

SEDUNARY, Edward [formerly farmer Langhorne Creek but now] builder near Macclesfield 1883 Memorial 77/348

SEDUNARY, John gardener Moonta. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1899 Grant Book 14 Page 93 County Daly

SEDUNARY, Joseph of near Macclesfield 1880 Application 18286.

No 1

SEDUNARY, Joseph Edward carpenter Langhorne Bridge 1856 Memorial 306/112

SEDUNARY, Joseph Edward carpenter Kent on the Bremer 1857 Memorial 11/129

SEDUNARY, Joseph Edward carpenter Kent Town Langhorne Creek 1858 Memorial 118/137

SEDUNARY, Joseph Edward builder Langhorne Creek 1858 Langhorne Creek District School trustee Memorial 59/152

SEDUNARY, Joseph Edward formerly carpenter 1858 but now builder Kent Town, Currency Creek 1866 Application 7872

SEDUNARY, Joseph Edward storekeeper Belvidere [Hundred of Bremer] 1866 Memorial 150/210

SEDUNARY, Joseph Edward storekeeper Belvidere [Hundred of Bremer], became a bankrupt in 1867 Memorial 201/224

SEEBO, A clerk Adelaide 1883 Memorial 172/347

No 1

SEEBO, Andreas Heinrich cabinetmaker Adelaide 1852 Memorial 399/42

SEEBO, Andreas Heinrich cabinetmaker Adelaide (Pirie St), died 4/10/1862, aged 42. Husband of Maria Dorothea Seebo nee BORWICH. Executor his will and guardian of his children; Peter Theodor SCHUMACHER licensed landbroker Adelaide Memorial 48/289, Application 14994

SEEBO, W accountant Seppeltsfield 1877[-1879] Memorial 118/297

No 1

SEED, George jeweller Pt Adelaide 1854 Memorial 395/63

SEED, George watchmaker Adelaide 1854 Memorial 82/69

SEED, George watchmaker formerly of Adelaide but now of O'Halloran Hill 1855 Memorial 87/106

SEED, George watchmaker, late of Adelaide, but now of O’Halloran Hill, power of attorney to James Crabb VERCO gentleman Adelaide to sell his land in Norwood 10/11/1855 Deposit 385/1856

SEED, George gentleman formerly of O'Halloran Hill but now of parts beyond the seas 1856 Memorial 88/106

SEEDORF, Henry storekeeper New Luxemburg 1889 Memorial 109/396

No 1

SEEDORF, Leonhard Hartwig bricklayer Adelaide (Pirie St) 1852 Memorial 27/45

SEEDORF, Marie Rosine Friedericke wife of Leonhard Seedorf bricklayer Norwood, died 30/8/1861 Osmond Tce, Norwood, aged 60. No family by this marriage. She had formerly been the wife of Heinrich MATER. Their eldest child was Carl Albert Friedrich Mater, formerly of Victoria, but now of Homburg, near Frankfurt-am-Main, Germany. Another son, Louis Mater gentleman Norwood, acted as local attorney for his brother, CAF Mater. Application 3123.

SEEDORF, Friedericke Mater formerly MATER of Osmond Tce, Norwood, died c1861. She left her entire estate to her son, Louis Mater, now in California. Executor: Stephen BLOMFIELD/BLOMFILD/BLOMFELDT Memorial 286/177

SEEDORF, Leonhard Hartwig builder Adelaide 1908 Application 25410

SEEFELD, David out of business Goodwood South, power of attorney to his wife, Mary Seefeld, to manage his SA business affairs 11/2/1885 Deposit 194/1885

SEEGER, Carl Wilhelm Julius miner Nuriootpa, died c1867 Memorial 157/224

SEEGER, Ludwig Esquire of Wallaroo 1881 Memorial 97/335

No 1

SEEKAMP, Diedrich farmer Gawler River 1854 Memorial 408/77

SEEKAMP, Diederich farmer Gawler Hundred of Light land grant 1857 Grant Book 44 Page 194 County Light

SEEKAMP, D iederich farmer The Gilbert Hundred of Light land grant 1859[-1861] Grant Book 44 Page 182 County Light

SEEKAMP, Diederich farmer near Stockport 1865 Application 6168

SEEKAMP, Diederich farmer Stockport on the Gilbert 1868[-1871] Memorial 180/232

SEEKAMP, Diedrich farmer formerly of Gawler but now of Stockport on the Gilbert 1881 Application 18515

SEEKY, Edward shoemaker Payneham 1854 Payneham Wesleyan Chapel trustee Memorial 254/65

No 1

SEELAENDER/SEELANDER/SEELÄNDER, Johann Gottfried farmer Light Pass 1852 Memorial 307/50

SEELÄNDER, Johann Gottfried farmer Light Pass, died 11/6/1882. His widow, Johanne Luise Seeländer, and his children, Margarethe Eleonore Mathilde GERTIG wife of Eduard Gertig; Friedrich Ernst Seeländer; Emma Auguste KALLESKE wife of August Kalleske; Anna Wilhelmine JAESCHKE wife of Friedrich Jaeschke; Caroline Ernestine Seeländer, Johanne Ernestine Emilie WARNEST wife of Julius Warnest; Johanne Helene Bertha Seeländer; Ida Luise Dorothea Seeländer; Carl Wilhelm Seeländer, to share equally from the total estate mentioned in JG Seeländer’s will. The children of Maria Elisabeth Luise ALTMANN to be excluded from any benefit - not mentioned in the will, but the executors wanted to include them for some reason Gustav Julius RECHNER Lutheran Pastor Light Pass and Benjamin JOHN farmer Light Pass. SA Supreme Court judgement 154/1884 on 4/9/1884 Application 20321

SEELAENDER, Johann Gottlob schoolmaster Hahndorf 1853[-1854] Memorial 141/54

SEELEY, William carpenter Wallaroo 1892[-1903] Memorial 7/413

No 1

SEELIGER, Johann Carl Ernst brewer Mt Gambier 1867 Memorial 217/224

SEELIGER, Johann Carl Ernst brewer Penola 1869 Application 10029.

No 1

SEELIGER, Johann Friedrich farmer Blumberg 1858 Memorial 171/141

SEELIGER, Johann Friedrich farmer near Krondorf 1861 Memorial 267/179

SEENGEN, Johann Emil farm hand Hundred of Buccleuch, died 24/7/1940 intestate Memorial 197/515

SEERY, Benjamin of Kent Town 1859 Application 460

SEERY, WH clerk Adelaide 1892 Memorial 89/413

SEESSLE, Friedrich seedsman Adelaide 1881 Memorial 212/336

SEESSLE, Gottlieb farmer Neu Mecklenburg 1883 Memorial 66/351

SEGAN, Patrick labourer Mt Gambier 1911 Memorial 206/464

No 1

SEGAR, Charles dealer Kent Town 1887 Application 21288.

SEGAR, Charles furniture dealer Adelaide (Rundle St) 1898 Memorial 182/433

SEGNITZ, Eduard gardener Unley 1850[-1854] Memorial 124/23

No 1

SEIBOTH, Carl Gustav farmer near Tanunda 1857 Memorial 309/121

SEIBOTH, Carl Gustav farmer Flaxman Valley 1887 Application 21209.

SEIDEL, Alfred Edwin labourer Blanchetown and Alma Rosina Seidel his wife 1945 Memorial 130/519

No 1

SEIDEL, August farmer Penrice near Angaston 1888 Memorial 71/393

SEIDEL, August farmer near Woodside 1890 Application 21927

SEIDEL, Carl Heinrich farmer Crystal Brook. Trustee unnamed Church Hundred of Napperby Hundred of Napperby land grant 1897 Grant Book 60 Page 394 County Victoria

SEIDEL, Carl Heinrich Julius farmer near Palmer 1877 Memorial 179/298

SEIDEL, CE farmer Swan Reach 1938 Memorial 38/512

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

SEIDEL, Christian farmer Wiltshire Special Survey Co Light 1848 Memorial 239/13

SEIDEL, Christian the Elder and Christian Seidel the Younger farmers near Tanunda 1855 Memorial 236/93 Linked with Gottlieb Seidel farmer residing near Tanunda 1855 Memorial 237/93

SEIDEL, Christian the Younger farmer Krondorf 1861 Memorial 267/179

No 2

SEIDEL, Christian farmer near Mt Charles 1863 Memorial 282/189

SEIDEL, Friedrich farmer Light Pass 1857[-1859] Memorial 333/124

SEIDEL, Friedrich August farmer Palmer 1887 Memorial 166/385

No 1

SEIDEL, Gottfried farmer Lyndoch Valley 1851 Memorial 145/31

No 2 - likely to be a continuation of No 1

SEIDEL, Gottfried farmer Victoria Creek Hundred of Barossa 1852[-1860] Memorial 396/44

SEIDEL, Gottfried farmer Victoria Creek 1855, died c1866. He left his entire estate to his wife, Hanna Luise Friederike Seidel Memorial 225/222

SEIDEL, Gottlieb family of Williamstown 1904 Application 24806

No 1 - perhaps the same person

SEIDEL, Hermann farmer Wasleys 1885[-1887] Memorial 121/368

SEIDEL, Hermann and Friedrich LIERSCH farmers Crystal Brook trading under the style or firm of Seidel & Co 1889 Memorial 82/398

No 1 - perhaps the same person FIND CHECK RUN

SEIDEL, Johann August farmer Hundred of Lindley near Morgan. Johann Carl Seidel named but not described 1895 Memorial 163/424

SEIDEL, Johann August baker Loxton Co Alfred. Waikerie (Hundred of Waikerie) township allotment land grant 1911 Grant Book 3 Page 114 County Albert

SEIDEL, Johann Carl farmer near Palmer Hundred of Finniss land grant 1899 Grant Book 58 Page 47 County Sturt

SEIDEL, Johannes Alfred farmer Sedan 1926 Grant Book 17 Page 38 County Eyre

SEIDEL, Johann Ernst August farmer Bakara. Hundred of Bakara land grant 1899[-1908] Grant Book 3 Page 72 County Albert

SEIDEL, Wilhelm farmer Wasleys Co Gawler. Hundred of Napperby land grant 1882 Grant Book 60 Page 389 County Victoria

SEIFFERT, Alexander doctor Tanunda 1852[-1853] Memorial 233/40

SEIGERT, Daniel labourer Hallett. Hundred of Hallett land grant 1906 Grant Book 8 Page 100 County Burra

SEIGERT, George teamster Hallett. Hundred of Hallett land grant 1934 Grant Book 8 Page 103 County Burra

No 1

SEILER, Ernst farmer Neudorf near Lobethal 1852[-1855] Memorial 408/43

SEILER, Ernst farmer Gumeracha 1853[-1856] Enrolment 58/26

SEILER, Ernst storekeeper Section 6335 near Blumberg 1862 Memorial 281/186

SEILER, Moritz farmer Pinnaroo. Hundred of Pinnaroo land grant 1910 Grant Book 12 Page 46 County Chandos

SEINEMEIER, Friedrich Heinrich Carl Wilhelm carpenter Mt Gambier Hundred of Blanche land grant 1899 Grant Book 30 Page 6 County Grey

SEITNER, William farm labourer Mongolata. Hundred of Baldina land grant 1900 Grant Book 9 Page 14 County Burra

No 1

SELBIE, Alexander bootmaker Adelaide 1864 Memorial 201/194

SELBIE, Alexander of Bowden 1864 Memorial 90/201

SELBY, John labourer Pt Adelaide 1866 Application 7206

No 1

SELBY, P accountant Superintendent's Department Bank of Australasia Adelaide 1868 Memorial 209/228

SELBY, P sub-inspector Bank of Australasia 1879 Memorial 2/314

SELBY, Philip Thomas Henry labourer Whyalla Hundred of Yongala land grant 1943 Grant Book 13 Page 242 County Dalhousie

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

SELBY, Samuel formerly constable Adelaide 1841 but now labourer Glen Osmond Rd 1863 Application 3927

SELBY, Samuel the Elder stockholder Glen Osmond 1855 Hundred of Kanmantoo land grant Memorial 143/106 Stockholder The Bremer 1856 Memorial 144/106

SELBY, Samuel farmer Harrogate 1862[-1864] Memorial 176/184

SELBY, Samuel the Elder formerly stockholder Glen Osmond 1855 later The Bremer 1857 now farmer near Harrogate 1866 Application 7358.

No 1

SELBY, Thomas farmer Yongala. Hundred of Morgan land grant 1901[-1904] Grant Book 13 Page 421 County Dalhousie

SELBY, Thomas farmer Yongala 1907 Memorial 40/458

SELF, Samuel farmer Brighton 1856 Memorial 324/97

SELIGE, Hermann Heinrich watchmaker and jeweller Adelaide (Rundle St) 1880[-1882] Memorial 14/344

No 1

SELL, David labourer Pt Gawler 1868 Memorial 231/231

SELL, Sarah widow Gawler West 1865 Memorial 339/207

No 1

SELLAR, James storekeeper Stepney 1854[-1860] Memorial 385/65

SELLAR, James Zimri/Zinri storekeeper Stepney 1861[-1863] Memorial 315/170

No 1

SELLAR, Robert mason Goodwood 1909 Memorial 245/460

SELLAR, Robert builder Goodwood 1890[-1912], died 8/4/1912. Husband of Jessie Sellar. Jessie Ann Sellar of Goodwood mentioned but not described Memorials 154 & 165/466

SELLAR, William H of Kadina 1882 Memorial 238/336

No 1

SELLARS, Allan Donald carrier Aberdeen 1940, was renting the Court House Hotel property at Redruth Application 28153.

SELLARS, Allan Donald carrier Aberdeen near Kooringa 1938 Memorial 87/512, Application 28153.

SELLARS, Allan Donald carrier Burra North (formerly Aberdeen) 1942 Memorial 137/516

SELLARS, Hugh carpenter Salisbury 1856[-1860] Memorial 117/109

No 1

SELLARS, Margaret Julia married woman Redruth near Kooringa 1906 Memorial 14/455

SELLARS, Margaret Julia married woman formerly of Redruth but now of Marryatville 1915 Memorial 45/472

SELLER, Henry William John labourer Pt Lincoln and Anna Violet Helen Seller his wife 1937 Memorial 85/511

SELLICK, E clerk to HBT STRANGWAYS of Adelaide 1869 Memorial 230/237

No 1

SELLICK, George Emanuel farmer Wasleys 1900[-1908] Memorial 167/440

SELLICK, George Emanuel farmer Mallala 1916 Application 26518.

SELLICK, George Emanuel farmer Walseys 1928[-1930] Memorial 71/499

SELLICK, Harold ropeworker Croydon1917 Memorial 141/475

No 1

SELLICK, William farmer Adelaide. Hundred of Willunga Crown land purchase 1847 Memorial 168/9 Farmer Willunga 1848 Memorial 53/12 Farmer Aldinga 1853[-1854] Memorial 146/57 Farmer Aldingha/Aldinga Bay 1853[-1854] Memorial 462/48 Farmer formerly of Aldinga but at present absent from the said province 1855 Memorial 90/94

SELLICK, William farmer Aldinga 1854 Application 2548

SELLICK, William of Stepney, about to depart the province, power of attorney to his wife, Mary Ann Sellick, to manage his SA business affairs 28/2/1855 Deposit 529/1855

SELLICK, William formerly farmer Aldinga but at present absent from the province, managed his business affairs through Mary Ann Sellick his attorney duly constituted 1855 Memorial 90/94

No 1

SELLICK, William labourer Clare 1869 Application 10337.

SELLETT, Frederick farmer Bordertown 1889 Memorial 182/397

No 1

SELLS, Alfred MA clerk in holy orders late of Mitcham, about to leave the province, power of attorney to Alfred SPENCE gentleman Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 19/12/1888 Deposit 3/1889

SELLS, Alfred clerk in holy orders formerly of Mitcham but now of The Retreat, Bideford, Devon, England 1901 Memorial 70/442

No 1

SELLS, Frances Eleanor widow Glenelg 1910 Memorial 190/462

SELLS, Frances Eleanor widow formerly of Glenelg but now in parts beyond the seas 1924 Memorial 181/491

SELLS, John farmer near Gawler 1883 Application 19651.

No 1 - likely to be the same person

SELLS, MF clerk Glenelg 1902 Memorial 31/446

SELLS, Miles Francis DeGrave station overseer Second Valley 1903 Memorial 63/449

No 1

SELLS, William Briggs gentleman Yattalunga near Gawler 1879 Memorial 103/316

SELLS, William Briggs sheep farmer Yattalunga 1881 Application 18938, Application 20023

SELLS, William Briggs sheep farmer Glenelg 1884 Memorial 199/355

SELLS, William B director MAIN, SELLS & Co of Pirie St, Adelaide 1889 Memorial 160/400

SELLS, William B director Adelaide Milling Co Ltd 1890 Memorial 66/401

No 1

SELTH, George Rawden agent Pt Adelaide 1870 Application 11173

SELTH, George Rawden shipping agent Pt Adelaide 1875 Application 14441

SELTH, George Rawden agent Pt Adelaide 1875 Memorial 159/284

SELTH, George Rawden merchant Pt Adelaide 1877 Memorial 226/302

SELWAY, AJ clerk Norwood 1897 Memorial 30/459

SELWAY, Arthur clerk Stepney 1884 Application 20267

SELWAY, Arthur John furniture warehouseman Adelaide (Rundle St) 1901 Memorial 231/445

SELWAY, Ernest Thomas butcher Henley Beach Rd, Torrensville 1949 Application 28647.

SELWAY, Frederick joiner Adelaide 1851[-1855] Memorial 98/31

SELWAY, Frederick Edward merchant's clerk Adelaide 1880 Memorial 11/328

No 1

SELWAY, George Alfred contractor Adelaide 1882 Memorial 116/345

SELWAY, George carpenter Adelaide (Eden St) and Mary Alice Selway his wife 1899 Memorial 11/438

SELWAY, George Alfred Glenelg Railway employee Glenelg and Mary Alice Selway his wife 1914 Application 26327.

No 1

SELWAY, John cordwainer Stepney 1876 Memorial 44/291

No 2

SELWAY, John butcher Willaston 1884[-1888] Memorial 228/355

SELWAY, John butcher Willaston 1899 linked with William Joseph Selway butcher Bertha near Willaston Application 23845.

No 1

SELWAY, Thomas yeoman North Adelaide 1851 Memorial 271/29

SELWAY, Thomas of North Adelaide a member of the Town and Country Land and Building Society 1855 Memorial 31/92

No 1

SELWAY, William Henry carter Adelaide (South Tce) 1851 Memorial 488/32

SELWAY, William Henry dealer Adelaide 1853[-1854] Memorial 10/57

SELWAY, William Henry commission agent Kent Town 1860 Memorial 149/169

SELWAY, William Henry general dealer Adelaide 1862 Application 3690

SELWAY, William Henry agent Medindie Co Adelaide. Maxwell (later Emu Bay Hundred of Menzies) township allotment land grant 1883 Grant Book 11 Page 50 County Carnarvon

SELWAY, William John the Younger primary producer Gawler 1953 Memorial 6/529

SEMASCHKO, Hector Waldemar fisherman Goolwa 1951 Memorial 197/525

SEMLER, Heinrich Ernst farmer Angas Valley trustee unnamed Chapel Hundred of Angas Hundred of Angas land grant 1885 Grant Book 58 Page 182 County Sturt

SEMLER, Johann George farmer near Greenock Creek 1853[-1860] Memorial 157/50

No 1

SEMLIN, Johann Friedrich farmer near Woodside 1868 Memorial 95/233

SEMLIN, Johann Friedrich farmer formerly of Woodside 1868 but now of Peter's Hill near Marrabel 1870 Application 10802

SEMLIN, Johann Friedrich teacher Peter's Hill near Riverton 1873[-1876] Memorial 202/275

SEMLIN, Johann Friedrich teacher Mt Torrens 1884[-1889] Application 20395

SEMLITZKY, Carl farmer Hundred of Light 1857 Memorial 240/126

SEMMENS, Edmund yardman Cottonville. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1907 Grant Book 2 Page 16 County Adelaide

No 1 - possibly the same person

SEMMENS, EB clerk Adelaide (256 Rundle St) 1932 Memorial 149/505

SEMMENS, Edward B baker Cochrane Tce, Prospect 1935, and Christina Semmens nee STEWART his wife, a daughter of RG Stewart and Robina Stewart Application 27980.

SEMMENS, Francis farmer Hundred of Kanyaka 1886 Memorial 193/373

SEMMENS, Frank William cellarman McLaren Vale and Drucilla Jessie his wife 1955 Application 29095

No 1

SEMMENS, John A superintendent Wheal Friendship Mine Callington on the Bremer 1851 Memorial 480/39

SEMMENS, John Avery mining captain Nairne took a 4-year lease of the Spring Creek Mine in the Hundred of Gregory 1868 Memorial 111/234

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

SEMMENS, Thomas farmer McLaren Vale 1852[-1854] Memorial 434/44

SEMMENS, Thomas the Younger farmer McLaren Vale 1853 Memorial 497/48

SEMMENS, Thomas farmer near Noarlunga 1868 Memorial 48/236

SEMMENS, Thomas farmer Ashwell 1862 Memorial 39/191

SEMMENS, Thomas farmer formerly of Ashwell [Templers] 1862 but now of McLaren Vale 1877. Templers Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee Application 16004

SEMMENS, Thomas the Elder farmer McLaren Vale, died 28/1/1870. He left his farm in trust to maintain his children - Thomas the Younger, Ann, Emily and James - until they reached the age of 21 and inherited the property in equal shares. His present wife, Caroline Semmens, to get £13 a quarter for this purpose until she died or remarried and the trustees took over the responsibility. The trustees also had to invest his £500 life insurance to help maintain the income. His first wife, Elizabeth nee BEASBY, had died (5/- a week to go to her father, John Beasby for his lifetime). Trustees: William Semmens farmer McLaren Vale (Thomas Semmens Senr’s brother) and John MORGAN blacksmith McLaren Vale Application 20851

SEMMENS, Thomas farmer McLaren Vale, died 25/9/1878. His brother, William Semmens farmer McLaren Vale, was an executor of the estate Memorial 223/311

No 1

SEMMENS, William farmer McLaren Vale 1863[-1897] Memorial 109/190

SEMMENS, William farmer McLaren Vale 1887 Application 21184

No 1

SEMMLER, Carl Oswald hawker Greenock 1913 Application 26186

SEMMLER, Carl Oswald hawker Greenock linked with Maria Elisabeth Semmler widow Greenock 1914 Memorial 180/470

SEMMLER, Carl Oswald grapegrower Greenock, died 26/6/1945. Husband of Frida Olga Semmler. Father of Hans Ludwig Semmler postal technician Adelaide. Brother to Benno and Helene Semmler Memorial 188/522

SEMMLER, Carl Oswald formerly hawker but then grapegrower Greenock, died c1946. Husband of Frida Olga Semmler. His only child, Hans Ludwig Semmler postal technician Adelaide 1948, born 20/6/1926 Memorial 78/523

SEMMLER, Friedrich labourer Stockwell 1859 Memorial 333/160

SEMMLER, Friedrich Wilhelm farmer Freeling 1909 Application 25647

No 1 - perhaps the same person

SEMMLER, Gottlieb farmer Lyndoch Valley eldest son of the late Johann Semmler farmer Lyndoch Valley 1868 Application 9445.

SEMMLER, Gottlieb farmer Lyndoch Valley 1890[-1913] Memorial 148/404

SEMMLER, Gottlieb farmer Lyndoch linked with Philipp Benjamin Semmler farmer Lyndoch 1913 Memorial 99/468

No 1

SEMMLER, Johann farmer Lyndoch 1857 Memorial 46/126

SEMMLER, Johann farmer Lyndoch Valley, died 5/7/1868 intestate, of apoplexy, aged 55. He married Anna Dorothea nee SEIFERT in November 1834 at Nekla Hauland, Posen, Prussia. Eldest son, Gottlieb Semmler, born 1/11/1839 Nekla Hauland Application 9445

No 1

SEMMLER, Johann Carl August farmer Steinfeld 1891 Memorial 101/409

SEMMLER, Johann Carl August farmer near Sutherlands 1891 Memorial 58/410

SEMMLER, Johann Friedrich blacksmith Eastern Well. Mercunda (Hundred of Bakara) township allotment land grant 1916 Grant Book 3 Page 271 County Gilbert

SEMMLER, Johann George and Johann Gottlieb farmers near Greenock 1871 Memorial 15/255

SEMMLER, Ludwig of near Truro 1880 Memorial 208/321

No 1

SEMPLE, Adam farmer Section 174 Upper Wakefield Special Survey 1853 Memorial 18/85

SEMPLE, Adam farmer Pewsey Vale Hundred of Barossa 1857[-1869] Memorial 126/121

SEMPLE, Adam farmer Blackwood near Pewsey Vale Hundred of Barossa 1858 Memorial 175/145

SEMPLE, George of near Strathalbyn 1914 Memorial 101/470

SEMPLE, Hugh stockkeeper Section 174 Upper Wakefield Special Survey 1853[-1858] Memorial 17/85

No 1

SEMPLE, John colour sergeant 11th Regiment Adelaide 1851[-1852] Memorial 229/38

SEMPLE, John colour sergeant 11th Regiment Adelaide had died by 1861. His son and heir at law, William Semple, lived at Kiandra NSW in that year Memorial 105/179

No 1

SEMPLE, Thomas mason Adelaide 1858 Memorial 128/134

SEMPLE, Thomas mason Kent Town 1868 Memorial 62/235

SEMPLER, Edward labourer York 1880 Application 18222.

No 1

SEMSEN, Peter carpenter Penola, died 1875. He left his entire estate in trust to his wife, Margaret Semsen, for life, then in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant to his two children - Mary Ann Semsen and William John Semsen Memorial 56/287

SEMSEN, Peter carpenter Penola, died 4/5/1875 Mt Gambier. Executor; Michael KELLY labourer Penola Memorial 1/522

SENDEY/SENDY, Henry Franklin bank clerk Adelaide 1884[-1889] Memorial 188/416

SENIOR, Edgar D JP clerk to the Divisional Returning Officer Petersburg 1915 Memorial 105/472

SENIOR, John Brenton farmer Ardrossan 1883 Memorial 204/352

SENIOR, Peter Murrie storekeeper Georgetown 1892 Memorial 191/413

SENN, Joseph Anthony tailor Adelaide (Rundle St) 1871 Memorial 132/254

No 1

SEPPELT, Joseph Ernst farmer Tanunda 1853 Memorial 9/60

SEPPELT, Joseph Ernst farmer Salt Creek near Tanunda 1851 Memorial 331/28

SEPPELT, Joseph Ernst farmer Co Light 1852 Memorial 372/39

SEPPELT, Joseph Ernst farmer Salt Creek near Tanunda 1853 Memorial 200/61

SEPPELT, Joseph Ernst farmer Seppeltsfield 1854[-1856] Memorial 497/72 Tanunda Land, Building & Investment Society trustee 1856 Memorial 245/102

SEPPELT, Joseph Ernst Esquire Seppeltsfield 1861 Memorial 192/177

SEPPELT, Ernst Joseph farmer Seppeltsfield, died 29/1/1868. He left his entire estate to his eldest son, Oscar Benno Pedro Seppelt farmer Seppeltsfield, provided he paid his mother, Johanne Charlotte Seppelt, £100 a year annuity for life. He also had to pay out his brother, Victor Hugo Seppelt farmer Seppeltsfield 30% of the value of the real estate which he had inherited. In 1869, VH Seppelt agreed to take £399/11/- in settlement of the property. Mrs Seppelt agreed to forgo the annuity Memorial 237/237

No 1

SEPPELT, Joseph Wilhelm farmer near Tanunda 1857 Memorial 217/118

SEPPELT, Joseph Wilhelm farmer and vinegrower near Tanunda 1858 Memorial 280/141

SEPPELT, Joseph Wilhelm innkeeper Victorville 1861 Memorial 137/179

SEPPELT, Mrs widow Mannum 1900 Application 24015.

SEPSON, James storekeeper Angaston 1868 Memorial 119/232

SERGEANT, Charles Robert farmer of near Marion on the Sturt, died c1870. The whole estate to his wife, Ann Sergeant, absolutely and also for the maintenance of his daughter Ada Sergeant, and any other children born to him and his wife, free of the control of any future husband. This includes money coming to him from the estate of his mother Catherine Sergeant and from the estate of the late Mr PHILLIPSON Deposit 41/1872

No 1

SERGEANT, Daniel yeoman Unley 1852 Memorial 207/45

SERGEANT, Daniel gentleman Unley 1854 Memorial 120/78

No 1

SERGEANT, John farmer Sturt River 1858 Memorial 266/136

SERGEANT, John [formerly farmer Sturt River but then] watchman on the Silver Mine Broken Hill, died 20/7/1903 Broken Hill, carcinoma omenti, aged 74. Born in Hull, Yorks, England. Parents - William Foster Sergeant farmer/tanner?? and Catherine nee GILDERDALE. 49 and a half years in SA; 15 years in NSW and 6 months in Vic. m Adelaide, Sarah nee IDE. Family in 1903 - Frederic G 37, Kate 36, Clara I 30, Mary G 28, Jessie 26, Walter 23, Francis C 20, Olive M 10. 3 males and 1 female deceased RPA Transfer 596550

SERGEANT, Joseph Gilderdale farmer Meadows Special Survey 1851 Memorial 402/38

SERGEANT, Thomas and Daniel gentlemen Unley 1850 Foundation Unley Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustees Memorial 108/23

No 1

SERGEANT, William Foster farmer Sturt River 1852[-1857] Memorial 265/42

SERGEANT, WF farmer Section 110 Sturt River 1853 Memorial 243/55

SERGEANT, William Foster of Brigg, Lincs, England, invested £150 in SA and received a free passage from the SA Company for 2-3 labourers between 15-30 years old, to work his lease land in SA. He emigrated to SA and became a farmer at the Sturt date not known yet(here by 1857). He must have died c1867. Husband of Catherine Sergeant. Excellent agreement document between WF Sergeant and the SA Company in this application Application 8660

SERGISON, Albert William gentleman Sydney NSW, about to proceed to Pt Darwin in SA on business, power of attorney to William Ffrench MACDERMOTT gentleman Sydney NSW, to attend to any business in connection with the coming venture 31//1881 Deposit 146/1881

SERIPH, Jumbo storekeeper’s assistant Hergott Springs Out of Hundreds. Marree (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1894 Grant Book 65 Page 140 County Not named

No 1

SERJEANT, Philip Thomas accountant Ballarat Vic about to marry Lilias Shannon HANSON spinster The Semaphore [probably a daughter of the late Lewis Hanson] 1884 Memorial 156/385

SERJEANT, Philip Thomas accountant Ballarat Vic, about to marry Lilias Shannon HANSON spinster The Semaphore 24/12/1884. Her inheritance under the will of her father, Lewis Hanson gentleman formerly of Kingsford Gawler, late of Ballarat Vic, who died 28/1/1879, to go under trust to her benefit for life, then to her husband for life, then equally absolutely to the children of the marriage. Lewis Hanson had 10 children. His real estate at Ballarat was small, but he had a considerable personal estate Enrolment 11/54. Another Hanson daughter, Christina Rebecca Hanson, about to marry Evan Owen DAVIES storekeeper Ardrossan 26/6/1882. She had a similar marriage settlement Enrolment 12/54

SERLE, Alice Mary spinster German Flat Hundred of Mayurra land grant 1878[-1879] Grant Book 31 Page 223 County Grey

No 1

SERLE, Charles splitter Stony Creek near Lobethal 1857[-1858] Memorial 222/116

SERLE, Charles splitter Stoney Creek near Lobethal 1858 Application 168

No 1

SERLE, Samuel poundkeeper Gawler 1856[-1858] Memorial 389/95

SERLE, Samuel hairdresser Gawler 1857 Memorial 164/120

SERLE, Samuel Joseph agent Millicent Millicent North (Hundred of Mt Muirhead) township allotment land grant 1899 Grant Book 31 Page 313 County Grey

No 1 - possibly the same person

SERLE, Thomas farmer Woodside 1855 Memorial 238/83

SERLE, Thomas butcher Lobethal 1856 He leased allotment 8 'next to the Woodside road' in JD WEINERT's subdivision in Lobethal, for 3 years at a weekly rental of £1. JD Weinert licensed victualler Lobethal to allow Thomas Serle (until completion of the new shop in the course of erection on Lot 8 ) to continue to use the butcher's shop he is now occupying and to pay half the rent … Also … JD Weinert not be engaged or carry on the trade or business of a butcher within the distance of 3 miles from the premises thereby demised' Memorial 235/100

SERLE, Thomas sawyer near Lobethal 1860 Application 1484

No 2

SERLE, Thomas farmer German Flat trustee unnamed School Hundred of Hindmarsh Hundred of Hindmarsh land grant 1872 Grant Book 30 Page 198 County Grey

SERVANTE, Captain Frederick Esquire Dashwood Gully 1862 Application 2972.

SESSMAN, William farmer Little Para 1877 Memorial 6/299

SETON, Charlotte spinster Kensington 1848 Memorial 332/12

No 1

SETTERS, William yeoman Hundred of Onkaparinga 1877 Memorial 87/297

SETTERS(sometimes called SITTERS), William yeoman Balhannah Road near Summertown 1881 Memorial 122/332

SETTERS, William gardener Summertown 1895 Application 23043

SEVERIN, August farmer Warrow Coulta township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 179 Page 229 County Flinders

SEVERIN, August Franz Diedrich farmer Bramfield Hundred of Ward land grant 1879 Grant Book 48 Page 11 County Musgrave

SEVERIN, Carl farmer Hundred of Belvidere 1861 Memorial 259/172

SEVERIN, Friedrich the Younger cabinetmaker Tanunda 1862 Application 2977.

No 1

SEVERIN, Friedrich Samuel carpenter Tanunda 1856[-1859] Memorial 137/96

SEVERIN, Friedrich Samuel cabinetmaker formerly of Tanunda but now of Eudunda 1883 Application 19642.

SEVERIN, Heinrich farmer near Halbury Hundred of Hall land grant 1878 Grant Book 56 Page 211 County Stanley

SEVERN, Ellen seamstress Brighton Co Adelaide. Pt Victoria township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 19 Page 205 County Fergusson

SEVILLS, John of Pt Wallaroo. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1882 Grant Book 14 Page 88 County Daly

No 1

SEWARD, Charles bricklayer Melbourne Vic 1854 Memorial 226/70

SEWARD, Charles bricklayer Adelaide 1854 Memorial 491/75

SEWARD, Charles stone mason Paradise 1861 Memorial 149/175

No 1

SEWELL, Charles E articled clerk to JH GORDON solicitor Strathalbyn 1883 Memorial 16/353

SEWELL, Charles E articled clerk Strathalbyn 1884[-1886] Memorial 115/356

SEWELL, CE solicitor Strathalbyn 1887 Memorial 77/382

SEWELL, Charles Edward solicitor Strathalbyn 1888 Memorial 212/394, Application 21414

No 1

SEWELL, Henry nursery gardener Payneham 1876 Memorial 143/296

SEWELL, Henry nursery gardener Payneham about to marry Mary Ann TURNER eldest daughter of John Turner farmer Payneham 1877[-1907] Memorial 60/377

No 1

SEWELL, John gentleman Cowandilla 1857[-1859] Memorial 209/126

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

SEWELL, John Government officer Goolwa 1864 Memorial 150/199

SEWELL, John government officer North Goolwa 1864 Memorial 198/200

SEWELL, John became a bankrupt on 5/2/1866 Memorial 74/353

No 1

SEXTON, Alfred shoemaker Callington on the Bremer 1857[-1861] Memorial 248/128 Callington Primitive Methodist Chapel trustee 1861 Memorial 237/177

SEXTON, Alfred cordwainer Tungkillo and Grace Sexton his wife 1858 Memorial 38/140

SEXTON, Daniel farmer Caltowie. Hundred of Caltowie land grant 1879 Grant Book 60 Page 191 County Victoria

SEXTON, Elizabeth widow Callington Gawler 1854[-1857] Memorial 207/70

SEXTON, Florence Edith widow Goolwa, aged 79 in 1956, declared that she had lived in Goolwa since January 1905 Application 29156

No 1

SEXTON, John carpenter Mt Barker 1852 Memorial 313/41

No 2 - perhaps the same person

SEXTON, John tent maker Adelaide married Rhoda nee ? on 21/2/1848 in Adelaide. He died 3/7/1875 intestate. Rhoda Sexton widow Freeman St, Adelaide became the administratrix of his estate 25/4/1877 Application 16316

SEXTON, John storekeeper Adelaide 1855 Memorial 423/81

No 3

SEXTON, John labourer Yatina, had died by 1901. Administratix of his estate: Bridget THOROUGHGOOD wife of John Thoroughgood farmer Yatina. Tim Sexton farm labourer Yatina a member of this family Memorials 98 & 99/442

No 1

SEXTON, John Henry minister of the gospel Morphett Vale 1899 Memorial 97/439

SEXTON, John H Baptist minister Morphett Vale 1899[-1902] Memorial 52/444

SEXTON, John Henry formerly minister of the gospel Morphett Vale but now secretary of the British and Foreign Bible Society Adelaide 1914 Memorial 48/477

SEXTON, John Henry minister of the gospel Unley Park 1923 Memorial 108/487

No 1

SEXTON, Jonathan yeoman Cheltenham near Tam O'Shanter Belt 1854[-1855] Memorial 483/63

SEXTON, Jonathan labourer Cheltenham 1855 Memorial 151/85

SEXTON, Jonathan mariner Cheltenham 1856 Memorial 5/111

SEXTON, Jonathan Rook millwright Cheltenham, died 5/10/1906 Application 25244

SEXTON, LB proclaimed bank manager Kingston S-E 1926 Memorial 27/496

SEXTON, Michael farmer Cudlamudla linked with Patrick Sexton farmer Wilson 1893 Memorial 225/416

SEXTON, Michael Francis secretary (Vaughan Pate Ltd, 82 Mary St Unley??)14 Pridmore Rd, Glen Osmond 1954 Application 29020

No 1

SEXTON, Patrick farmer Kapunda 1863[-1865] Memorials 179/187

SEXTON, Patrick married Catherine RONAN in 1836 at the RC Chapel at Clondegad, Co Clare, Ireland. Eldest surviving son (and second child) Michael Sexton, born 15/7/1852. Apparently, other children in the family. The family emigrated to SA c1854. Patrick Sexton labourer Kapunda, died intestate 1/8/1866 paralysis, aged 53. His eldest son, Michael Sexton, inherited as heir at law. Mrs Sexton's brother, Michael Ronan, had emigrated to SA c1850 and settled at The Moppa near Kapunda Application 15067

No 2

SEXTON, Patrick farmer Morgan 1885[-1897] Memorial 245/395

No 3

SEXTON, Patrick farmer Petersburg 1896[-1897] Memorial 121/428

SEXTON, Robert farmer Inkerman 1883 Memorial 196/352

SEXTON, Sarah widow Adelaide 1853 Memorial 276/52

SEXTON, Thomas labourer Morgan 1912 Grant Book 18 Page 21 County Eyre

SEXTON, Tim farm labourer Yatina 1901 Memorial 99/442

SEXTON, William Bradshaw accountant Kanmantoo 1874 Memorial 45/274

No 1

SEYERS, Thomas William gentleman Futteighpoore [Futtipoor??], East Indies 1853 Memorial 281/60

SEYERS, Thomas William Esquire formerly of Futteighpoore [Futtipoor??], East Indies but now of Adelaide 1863 Memorial 164/187

SEYERS, Thomas William Esquire formerly of Adelaide, but now of Melbourne Vic, power of attorney to James Thomson TURNBULL Esquire Adelaide, to sell his SA real estate and wind up his business affairs 5/10/1863 Deposit 104/1864

SEYERS, Thomas William formerly of Adelaide now of parts beyond the sea 1865. His local attorney was James T TURNBULL Application 5997.

SEYERS, Thomas William government pensioner Chandernagore East Indies, died 21/11/1865. Husband of Marianne Franklin Seyers Deposit 137/1871

No 1

SEYMOUR, Henry Esquire Orange Grove, Mt Barker 1845 Memorial 365/5

SEYMOUR, Henry sheep farmer Mosquito Plains linked with Thomas Drought Seymour sheep farmer Killanoola Mosquito Plains 1865 Memorial 69/206

SEYMOUR, Henry stockholder Killanoola near Narracoorte, died 1869. He left his estate in complicated arrangements to his wife, Eliza Seymour nee DROUGHT, his sister in law Charlotte Drought for her lifetime, and his children - Robert Seymour, Charles Seymour, James Drought Seymour, Bessy wife of Geore Charles HAWKER stockholder Bungaree near Clare, Jane PETER wife of William Peter Esquire Canterbury New Zealand, Ellen HAMILTON wife of Edward Angas Hamilton Esquire Adelaide, and Susan SMITH wife of Dugald Smith of Springhill Vic. His eldest son, Thomas Seymour, omitted from the will as he had been provided for. At the time of Henry Seymour's death, the Hawkers were staying in Heidelberg and the Hamiltons were in Arenznach Prussia 1869 Memorial 191/243

No 1

SEYMOUR, James gentleman Killanoola S-E 1870 Memorial 39/247

No 2

SEYMOUR, James miner Kooringa 1883 Memorial 87/351

SEYMOUR, James watchman formerly of Kooringa but now of Broken Hill NSW 1908 Memorial 94/459

No 1

SEYMOUR, John farmer Baroota 1888 Memorial 59/395

SEYMOUR, John farmer Baroota Hundred of Baroota land grant 1899 Grant Book 24 Page 699 County Frome

No 1

SEYMOUR, Thomas Esquire Mt Barker 1851[-1855] Memorial 370/28

SEYMOUR, Thomas stockholder Mosquito Plains 1854 Memorial 246/68

SEYMOUR, Thomas Drought gentleman Mosquito Plains Co Robe. Hundred of Kingston land grant 1866 Grant Book 8 Page 167 County Burra

SEYMOUR, Thomas Drought stockholder Killanoola S-E 1874 Memorial 69/274

SEYMOUR, Thomas D JP stockholder Mt Benson 1874 Memorial 237/275

SEYMOUR, Thomas Drought stockholder formerly of Mosquito Plains 1859 but now of Watool near Kingston S-E 1870 Application 11150.

SEYMOUR, Thomas Drought sheep farmer Killanoola 1887 Maternal uncle to Edward William HAWKER solicitor Adelaide Application 21191.

SEYMOUR, WJ JP of Pt Elliot 1929 Memorial 164/501

No 1

SHACKLE, Matthew Grimes yeoman Milang 1860 Memorial 21/171

SHACKLE, Matthew Grimes miller Milang 1863 Memorial 253/190

SHACKLE, Matthew Grimes gentleman Milang, died 8/2/1894 intestate and a widower. Letters of administration to his only child, William Edward Grimes Shackle mercantile clerk Pt Adelaide Memorial 217/422

SHACKLE, William Edward Grimes formerly of Pt Adelaide but now newspaper proprietor Steiglitz Vic 1894 Memorial 218/422

SHACKLEFORD, James George farmer Walloway 1888[-1890] Memorial 32/386

SHACKLEY, John farmer Gulnare Hundred of Willochra land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 544 County Frome

No 1

SHACKLEY, Joseph farmer Gulnare Hundred of Willochra land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 544 County Frome

SHACKLEY, Joseph farmer Willochra Bruce township allotment land grant (Hundred of Willochra) 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 799 County Frome

No 1

SHACKLEY, Richard farmer Appila Hundred of Appila land grant 1880 Grant Book 24 Page 500 County Frome

SHACKLEY, Richard farmer Laura 1887 Memorial 136/385

SHADDOCK, Mary housekeeper to James DODD land and stockowner The Coorong Co Hindmarsh. She inherited an annuity of £30 a year for life from her employer 1867 Memorial 234/263

No 1 - perhaps the same person

SHADFORTH, Alfred clerk to George M STEPHEN barrister Adelaide 1847 Memorial 466/8

SHADFORTH, Alfred G of Adelaide 1848[-1851] Memorial 264/11

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

SHADFORTH, Thomas Alfred George gentleman Adelaide 1848[-1850] Memorial 263/12

No 1

SHADGETT, George saddler Adelaide (Rundle St) linked with Thomas Shadgett saddler Norwood 1851[-1859] Memorial 213/38

SHADGETT, George Richard saddler Adelaide (Rundle St) linked with Thomas Shadgett gentleman formerly of Norwood but now of Loose near Maidstone, Kent, England 1863 Memorial 36/187

SHADGETT, George Richard saddler Adelaide (Rundle St) became a bankrupt 1866 Memorial 154/218

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

SHADGETT, John saddler Adelaide (Hindley St) 1843[-1847] Memorial 131/3

SHADGETT, John storekeeper Stepney, became a bankrupt in 1868 Memorial 74/232

SHADGETT, John Senr formerly of Headcorn, Kent, England now of Adelaide, married Sarah Trehearn spinster Adelaide, formerly of St George’s Commercial Rd, London, on 12/11/1840, Holy Trinity Adelaide, Rev’d James Farrell. Eldest son, John Shadgett Junr born 18/8/1841 Adelaide, baptised 26/9/1841 Holy Trinity North Tce, Adelaide. Father John Shadgett saddler Hindley St, Adelaide. John Shadgett Senr died 18/6/1847 Adelaide, of a decline, aged 36. Informant Robert W KEMPLAY undertaker Morphett St, Adelaide. In his will, John Shadgett Senr left his wife all his personal estate. His real estate in trust until his two sons reached the age of 21 and inherited the property in equal shares. His widow, Sarah Shadgett, to get £2 a week for life. Other rents to go into trust for the maintenance of John Shadgett Senr’s two sons, John and James. Rent from Mrs PROCTOR’s shop on the corner of Hindley and Leigh St’s to go to John Shadgett Senr’s brother, Edward, or if he died, to John Shadgett Senr’s father and mother and their survivor. Sarah Shadgett to collect the rent, or failing her, the trustees. John Shadgett Senr’s brother Thomas Shadgett to be a trustee. He to have the free use of a cottage in Leigh St until 22/3/1848. Sarah Shadgett died 12/9/1865 Norwood, of disease of the liver, aged 40. Her younger son, James Shadgett, died 10/6/1866 Civil Government Hospital, Mauritius, of a decline, aged 21 Application 10918

SHADGETT, Sarah widow Kensington 1861 Application 2686

No 1

SHADGETT, Josiah carpenter Gawler 1859 Memorial 157/151

SHADGETT, Josiah carpenter formerly of Gawler but now of Adelaide 1864 Memorial 306/196

No 1

SHADGETT, Thomas gentleman Norwood 1853 Memorial 32/50

SHADGETT, Thomas gentleman formerly of Norwood but now of Loose near Maidstone, Kent, England 1867 Memorial 157/222

SHADGETT, Thomas gentleman Loose, Kent, England 1870. George Frederick HUSSEY gentleman North Adelaide his local agent Application 10777

SHADGETT, Thomas Esquire Holly Lodge Loose, Kent, England, died 25/10/1903. Brother to George Richard Shadgett of Adelaide who predeceased him. The children of G Shadgett surviving in 1904 included - Fanny Maria TURNER wife of James William Turner labourer Walter St, Hyde Park, Edith Mary MILLER wife of James Domican Miller blacksmith Bakewell Rd, St Peters; Florence Emily RUGE wife of Friedrich Louis Ruge labourer Adelaide (Grenfell St) and Alice Amelia Shadgett spinster New St, Adelaide Memorial 199/450

No 1

SHADWELL, James Matthew farmer Yankalilla 1872[-1904] Application 12428

SHADWELL, James Matthew Shadwell farmer Yankalilla and Evangeline Phebe Shadwell his wife 1899 Application 23882.

SHADWELL, James Matthew retired farmer Yankalilla 1929 Memorial 16/502

SHADWELL, James Matthew farmer Yankalilla, died 28/5/1930. Husband of Evangeline Phoebe Shadwell. Estate worth £5,958 Memorial 126/503

No 1

SHADWELL, Richard dairyman Hindmarsh 1842 Application 21894.

SHADWELL, Richard farmer Tam O'Shanter Land near Adelaide, foundation trustee Primitive Methodist Chapel Islington 1845 Memorial 260/5

SHADWELL, Richard farmer Great North Road Islington 1848. Enrolment 50/21

SHADWELL, Richard publican Northern Hotel near Adelaide 1851 Memorial 298/31

SHADWELL, Richard publican and SHADWELL, William carrier North Road near Adelaide 1851 Memorial 175/38

SHADWELL, Richard farmer Islington 1852 Memorial 9/39 Farmer Great North Road 1853[-1855] Memorial 393/50

SHADWELL, Richard dairyman Hindmarsh 1854 Memorial 358/68

SHADWELL, Richard farmer Pine Forest 1855 Memorial 242/81

SHADWELL, Richard farmer near Yankalilla 1862[-1878] Memorial 144/185

SHADWELL, Richard farmer Yankalilla and Hannah Shadwell his wife formerly Hannah LOVELL a relative of Charles Thomas Lovell out of business Adelaide 1882 Memorial 109/344

No 1

SHADWELL, William farmer Yankalilla 1856 Memorial 163/101

SHADWELL, William farmer Carrickalinga 1860 Memorial 298/170

SHADWELL, William farmer Yankalilla 1865 Memorial 1/257

SHADWELL, William farmer Pt Wakefield 1871 Memorial 3/257

SHADWELL, William farmer Hundred of Goyder Hundred of Barunga land grant 1880 Grant Book 14 Page 461 County Daly

SHADWELL, William farmer Barunga. Percyton (later Barunga Gap Hundred of Cameron) township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 14 Page 185 County Daly

SHADWELL, William labourer Barunga. Hundred of Barunga land grant 1881 Grant Book 14 Page 469 County Daly

SHADWELL, William of Barunga 1885 Memorial 238/370

purchased land grants in the

SHAEN, James shepherd Pekina. Hundred of Tarcowie land grant 1879 Grant Book 13 Page 45 County Dalhousie

SHAH, Amoni camel driver Hergott Springs Out of Hundreds. Marree (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1894 Grant Book 65 Page 140 County Not named

No 1

SHAIL, William farmer Bugle Ranges 1851 Memorial 241/39

SHAIL, William farmer Bugle Ranges 1853[-1859] Hundred of Bremer land grant Memorial 212/149

SHAIL, William farmer Belvidere [Hundred of Bremer]1868 Memorial 54/228

SHAIL, William yeoman New Hamburg, died c1885 Memorial 168/365

SHAIL, William died 3/9/1876. Husband of Elizabeth Sophia Shail, who remarried to Jeremiah TRELOAR, and then died 15/5/1908. Father of only one child - Mary Jane Shail, who by 1908 was the wife of Thomas George WATSON railway employee formerly of Mt Barker Junction but then of Ambleside Memorial 93/459

SHAKEL, Edward innkeeper Kensington 1857 Memorial 339/117

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

SHAKES, James farmer Mt Barker 1844. He established the Blakiston Arms on Section 4424 Mt Barker SS (the first section he ever purchased), and leased the premises out to Thomas DONOGHUE farmer Blakiston on a 10-year lease at £35 a year in 1852 Memorials 375/3, 254/40

SHAKES, James publican Nairne 1848[-1853] Memorial 346/13

SHAKES, James farmer Nairne 1850[-1859] Memorial 324/27

SHAKES, James the Younger farmer Nairne eldest son and heir at law of the late James Shakes the Elder formerly licensed victualler Beehive Inn Nairne now deceased. Archibald DONEY had taken over the running of the hotel 1862 Memorial 344/180

SHAKES, James auctioneer Kapunda 1882[-1889] Memorial 162/341

SHAKES, James auctioneer Kapunda 1896 Application 23205

No 1

SHAKES, Joseph licensed victualler Mt Barker 1847 Memorial 350/10

SHAKES, Joseph settler Nairne 1849 Memorial 202/19

No 1

SHAKESHAFT, Cornelius Henderson tailor Kapunda 1885 Application 20747

SHAKESHAFT, Cornelius Henderson tailor Kapunda 1903 Memorial 178/448

SHAKESHAFT, Cornelius Henderson gentleman Baker St, Kapunda 1930, declared that he had lived in and around Kapunda for 66 years Application 27816

No 1 – perhaps the same person

SHAKESHAFT, John storekeeper’s assistant Kapunda Co Light. Cockburn (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1886 Grant Book 65 Page 166 County Not named

SHAKESHAFT, John gentleman Adelaide 1903 Memorial 171/448

No 1

SHAKESHAFT, Lawrence carpenter near Angaston 1864 Memorial 213/199

SHAKESHAFT, Laurence carpenter Kapunda 1876 Application 15582.

SHAKESHAFT, Martha widow of Lawrence Shakeshaft of Hare St, Kapunda, died 11/6/1902, of senile decay, aged 78 Application 25407.

SHAKESHAFT, Lawrence carpenter Kapunda, died 9/3/1901. Husband of Martha Shakeshaft. Father of Jane ORCHARD nee Shakeshaft wife of Jabez Pearson Orchard of Kapunda. Estate worth £330 Memorial 203/447

No 2

SHAKESHAFT, Laurence factory hand Muston Kangaroo Island. Hundred of Haines land grant 1940 Grant Book 11 Page 125 County Carnarvon

SHAKESPEARE, Joseph eating house keeper Adelaide (North Tce). He had a 20-year lease at £125 a year from 1868[-1886]. The business lasted 18 years Memorials 191/231, 50/381

No 1

SHAKESPEARE, William grazier near Ashbourne 1879 Memorial 37/320

SHAKESPEARE, WIlliam gardener Woodlands Queen's Own Town 1884 Memorial 230/356

No 1

SHAKESPEARE, William Martin dyer and cleaner Adelaide 1913 Memorial 174/469

SHAKESPEARE, William Martin commercial traveller Malvern 1917 Memorial 154/475

SHAMMALL, George of the Hundred of Gregory 1887[-1911] Memorial 241/387

SHANAHAN, Bertrand and Michael Joseph farmers Templers 1953 Memorial 152/528

SHANAHAN, John storeman Mt Gambier Hundred of Mt Muirhead land grant 1881[-1882] Grant Book 31 Page 198 County Grey

SHANAHAN, John Patrick and Thomas both farmers Templers 1933 Memorial 171/506

SHANAHAN, Martin labourer Sheaoak Log 1857 Memorial 21/131

No 1

SHANAHAN, Michael farmer Sheaoak Log 1857[-1865] Memorial 60/120, Application 4938

SHANAHAN, Michael licensed victualler and farmer Gawler and Sheaoak Log 1866 Memorial 144/215

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

SHANAHAN, Michael labourer Mt Gambier 1868 Memorial 236/227

SHANAHAN, Michael policeman Adelaide 1868 Memorial 140/227

SHANAHAN, Michael formerly policeman but now carter Adelaide 1868 Memorial 142/231

SHANAHAN, Michael guard Yatala 1877 Memorial 35/300

SHANAHAN, Richard farmer Sheaoak Log 1866 Memorial 144/215

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

SHANAHAN, Thomas farmer Gawler 1864 Memorial 303/196

SHANAHAN, Thomas licensed victualler Old Bushman Inn Gawler 1864 Memorial 21/199

SHANAHAN, Thomas licensed victualler Gawler 1866 Application 7054

SHANAHAN, Thomas formerly licensed victualler Gawler 1864 but now of Templers 1872 Application 12282

SHANAHAN, Thomas farmer Templers 1899 Memorial 87/437

SHANAHAN, Thomas the Elder farmer Templers, died 30/6/1901. Husband of Sarah Shanahan. Father of Michael Shanahan farmer Freeling, Richard Shanahan and Thomas Shanahan the Younger; also Mary Sarah KEARN wife of Michael Kearn farmer Fords. Grandfather of Mary Sarah Kearn and Norah May Kearn. A grandson, Bertrand Shanahan farmer Templers (Son of T Shanahan formerly the Younger), by 1931 Memorial 156/504

SHAND, Charles storekeeper Clare 1876[-1877] Memorial 98/292

No 1

SHAND, George farmer near Clare Co Stanley. Hundred of Redhill land grant 1878[-1880] Grant Book 14 Page 368 County Daly

SHAND, George Angus farmer Collinsfield 1881 Memorial 173/330

SHAND, George Angus farmer Collinsfield Hundred of Redhill land grant 1882 Grant Book 14 Page 378 County Daly

SHAND, Henry M surgeon Middleton 1897 Memorial 112/436

No 1

SHAND, John brewer Adelaide 1843 Memorial 420/2

SHAND, John publican Adelaide 1849[-1866] Memorial 488/14

SHAND, William Watt farmer near Anama Hundred of Hart land grant 1873 Grant Book 56 Page 477 County Stanley

No 1

SHANNON, Abraham labourer Mt Barker District 1840 Farmer Banksia Vale Mt Barker Disrict 1842 Application 148.

SHANNON, Abraham farmer Mt Torrens 1847 Memorial 17/9 Farmer Lower Banksia Mt Barker District. Trustee for the new Inverbrackie Presbyterian Glebe land 12/7/1848 Enrolment 33/4

SHANNON, Abraham farmer Western Sources of the Torrens 1849[-855] Memorial 307/16

SHANNON, Abraham farmer Largentae Gumeracha 1851 Memorial 496/89

SHANNON, Abraham farmer Duck Ponds Creek 1855 Memorial 1/90

SHANNON, Abraham farmer formerly of the Duck Ponds and Gumeracha but now of Truro 1855 Memorial 135/94

No 2 - son of David Shannon

SHANNON, Abraham landholder Yatara near Stockwell 1892 was born on 18/7/1860 [birth not registered but in the family bible] Applications 22421 & 18754

No 1

SHANNON, David farmer Western Sources of The Torrens 1849 Memorial 307/16

SHANNON, David farmer Gumeracha 1851[-1853] Memorial 143/37

SHANNON, David farmer Yatara near Truro 1856[-1873] Memorial 9/102

SHANNON, David gentleman near Stockwell 1859 Application 896

SHANNON, David farmer Yatara near Stockwell, cied c1875. Husband of Martha Shannon. Father of - William Moore Shannon of Prongerong near Sedan, James Kelly Shannon, David Hopkins Shannon sheep farmer Yatara, Abraham Shannon, Sarah Shannon and Jane Shannon. His wife had a life interest in certain real and personal estate, so long as she did not remarry. The two daughters received £2000 each from their father’s estate. The sons each inherited land when they turned 21. James KELLY farmer Sunnybrae near Riverton was a trustee Application 21265

SHANNON, Sarah 20 spinster Yatara near Stockwell, married 20/6/1883 Mrs David Shannon’s home Yatara, to Arnold Edwin DAVEY 21 miller Penrice (Father: Edwin Davey). Minister: WH NEWBOULD. Witnesses: Jane Shannon Yatara, and Thomas H Davey miller Eudunda Application 21265

No 2

SHANNON, David farmer near Kooringa 1867 Memorial 113/222

No 3 - perhaps the same person

SHANNON, David farmer Moculta 1879 Memorial 26/319

SHANNON, David farmer Invermay near Kapunda, became a bankrupt in 1890 Memorial 124/403

No 1

SHANNON, George labourer formerly of Encounter Bay but now of the Victorian diggings 1854 Memorial 221/76

No 2

SHANNON, George stockholder Yankalilla and Martha Shannon his wife 1856 Memorial 132/131

SHANNON, Martha widow of the late George Shannon formerly stockholder Yankalilla deceased by 1857 Memorial 132/131

No 1

SHANNON, James yeoman Tam O’Shanter Belt 1850[-1854] Memorial 273/25

No 2

SHANNON, James of the Murray River 1876 Memorial 199/292

SHANNON, James of the Murray River held the leasehold of the East Bakara Run (151 square miles) near Swan Reach during part of the 1870s Memorial 185/304

No 3

SHANNON, James and William farmers Slievebawn Co Eyre. Hundred of Apoinga land grant 1869 Grant Book 8 Page 60 County Burra

SHANNON, James sheepfarmer Stockwell Co Light. Hundred of Maitland land grant 1879 Grant Book 19 Page 104 County Fergusson

SHANNON, James sheep farmer Slieve Bawn near Stockwell 1881 Application

SHANNON, James sheep farmer Slieve Bawn near Eudunda 1886 Application 21055

No 4 - perhaps a continuation of No 3

SHANNON, James farmer and grazier Eudunda 1882 Memorial 159/338

SHANNON, James stockowner Eudunda 1883 Memorial 195/349

No 1
SHANNON, James Kelly farmer Bagot Well near Kapunda 1885 Memorial 98/365

SHANNON, James Kelly of Cambusdoon near Bagot Well 1886 Application 20930.

SHANNON, James Kelly and William Moore Shannon farmers Bagot Well 1891 Memorial 186/409

SHANNON, James Kelly grazier near Bagot Well 1910 Memorial 32/463

SHANNON, James Kelly father of William Lionel Shannon both graziers Cambusdoon Bagot Well 1921 Memorial 113/484

No 1

SHANNON, John farmer Light River 1866 Memorial 337/209

No 2

SHANNON, John drover Stockwell Hundred of Tarcowie land grant 1882 Grant Book 13 Page 50 County Dalhousie

No 1

SHANNON, Joseph Melville and William Moore Shannon sheepfarmers Illawarra Bagot Well 1906 Memorial 20/455

SHANNON, Joseph Melville sheepfarmer Illawarra Bagot Well, died 1/1/1938 Adelaide. Husband of Mary Kathleen Shannon. Nephew of Agnes Alice KELLY. Family mentioned but not named Memorial 1617/524

SHANNON, Keith Melville formerly grazier Bagot Well near Kapunda but now woolbroker Melbourne Vic 1952 Memorial 159/527

SHANNON, Mary married woman Thebarton 1922 Application 27051

No 1

SHANNON, Michael farmer Sheoak Log 1860 Memorial 147/169

SHANNON, Michael farmer Tarlee 1893 Memorial 48/418

SHANNON, Michael farmer Tarlee 1896 Application 23134

No 2

SHANNON, Michael labourer Adelaide Pt MacDonnell township allotment land grant 1860 Grant Book 29 Page 108 County Grey

SHANNON, Murray farmer Parilla trustee Parilla Institute 1912 Grant Book 12 Page 116 County Chandos

SHANNON, Patrick labourer Stepney 1861 Application 2263

No 1

SHANNON, Pulteney Malcolm Murray farmer Parilla trustee Public Hall Parilla 1909 Grant Book 12 Page 113 County Chandos

SHANNON, Pulteney Malcolm Murray farmer Parilla. Hundred of Parilla land grant 1911[-1923] Grant Book 12 Page 97 County Chandos

SHANNON, Richard labourer Pt Lincoln 1945 Application 28395

SHANNON, Robert born 5/4/1871 Yatara near Stockwell, son of David Shannon farmer and Martha Shannon nee DAVISON Application 22317

No 1

SHANNON, Thomas farmer Yarrowie Hundred of Tarcowie land grant 1874[-1876] Grant Book 13 Page 41 County Dalhousie

SHANNON, Thomas farmer Yarrowie Wilmington township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 24 Page 569 County Frome

No 1

SHANNON, William farmer Prongerong near Sedan 1875[-1880] Memorial 129/286

SHANNON, William farmer Sedan trustee for the will of the late David Shannon now deceased 1882 Memorial 160/344

SHANNON, William farmer Prongerong near Sedan an executor under the will of the late David Shannon Esquire formerly of Yatara now deceased 1890 Memorial 54/406

No 2

SHANNON, William farmer Maitland Co Fergusson. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 118 County Victoria

SHANNON, William farmer Maitland Co Fergusson. Yongala (Hundred of Yongala) township allotment land grant 1876[-1877] Grant Book 13 Page 151 County Dalhousie

SHANNON, William farmer Maitland Co Fergusson. Keilli township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 14 Page 487 County Daly

SHANNON, William farmer Maitland Co Fergusson. Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1877 Grant Book 14 Page 412 County Daly

SHANNON, William farmer Maitland Co Fergusson. Hundred of Dublin land grant 1877 Grant Book 26 Page 339 County Gawler

SHANNON, William farmer Maitland Co Fergusson. Lucindale (Hundred of Joyce) township allotment land grant 1877 Grant Book 50 Page 131a County Robe

SHANNON, William farmer Lucindale. Hundred of Joyce land grant 188[-1881] Grant Book 51 Page 4 County Robe

No 3

SHANNON, William labourer Kapunda Co Light. Hundred of Pekina land grant 1880 Grant Book 13 Page 161 County Dalhousie

SHANNON, William farmer Pekina. Hundred of Pekina land grant 1896 Grant Book 13 Page 171 County Dalhousie

SHANNON, William Lionel grazier Cambusdoon, Bagot Well 1911 Memorial 222/464

No 1

SHANNON, William Moore farmer Bagot Well near Kapunda 1883[-1904] Memorial 145/348

SHANNON, William Moore farmer Bagot Well near Kapunda 1884 Application 20352.

SHANNON, William Moore sheepfarmer Illawarra Bagot Well 1896 Memorial 69/427

SHANNON, William Moore formerly sheep farmer near Kapunda but now gentleman Millswood 1917, declared that he was a son of David Shannon Esquire Yatara near Kapunda, who died 9/9/1875 Application 26586.

SHANNON, William Moore sheepfarmer Kapunda, died 24/4/1940. Bequest to Amy Jane Brooks Shannon spinster Kapunda (relationship not mentioned). Grandfather of Dennis Ian Shannon and 3 other grandsons Memorial 162/524

SHAPCOTT, William of Watergate near Macclesfield 1855 Memorial 197/86

No 1

SHAPLEY, William Thomas Methodist Minister Prospect 1930 Memorial 30/503, Application 27786

SHAPLEY, William Thomas Methodist minister Kingswood 1935 Memorial 62/509

SHARRAD, William farmer Holdfast Bay 1856 Memorial 278/108

SHARAM, Catherine widow Penola, died 4/9/1944. Mother of Keith Sharam labourer Penola Memorial 93/518

No 1

SHARAM, Christopher shoemaker Penola, became a bankrupt in 1868 Memorial 209/232

SHARAM, Christopher bootmaker Penola, died 26/5/1890. His widow, Ellen Sharam, died 3/7/1910. Likely a son; Robert Samuel Sharam fruitgrower Coonawarra Memorial 114/464

SHARAM, James sawmiller Penola 1907 Application 25349.

SHARLAND, John fancy dealer Adelaide (Rundle St) 1858 Memorial 152/145

SHARLAND, Peter tailor Adelaide (Rundle St) 1865[-1878] Memorial 114/233

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

SHARLAND, William Henry formerly draper 1864 but now importer Adelaide 1872 Application 12052.

SHARLAND, William Henry merchant Adelaide 1875 Memorial 57/285

SHARLAND, William Henry warehouseman Adelaide 1878 Application 16970

SHARLAND, WH the Younger SA Company clerk Adelaide 1878 Application 16781.

SHARLEY, Stephen engine driver Gladstone Road, Prospect 1892 Memorial 50/414

No 1

SHARMAN, Henry and James farmers Kulpara 1887 Memorial 186/387

SHARMAN, Henry of Kulpara 1888 Memorial 51/392

SHARMAN, J farmer Kulpara 1896 Application 23108

SHARMAN, Thomas farmer Hindmarsh Valley 1862[-1869] Memorial 274/182

SHARMAN, William Edward Maynard company secretary Jerningham St, North Adelaide 1950, declared that he was the Secretary of the Lion Brewing & Malting Co Ltd Application 28744

SHARMAN, William Henry farmer Bute trustee Institute Bute 1905 Grant Book 14 Page 400 County Daly

SHARP, Agnes spinster Norwood 1882 Book 13 Page 260 County Dalhousie

SHARP, Annie spinster Barunga Co Daly. Hundred of Koolunga land grant 1880 Grant Book 55 Page 188 County Stanley

SHARP, CA proclaimed bank manager Lobethal 1944 Memorial 33/518

No 1

SHARP, Charles farmer Yankalilla 1856 Memorial 278/106

No 2

SHARP, Charles storekeeper Robe. Linked with George Sharp storekeeper Robe 1862 GRO Search 96

SHARP, Charles [formerly storekeeper Robe but then] miner Adelaide 1884 GRO Search 96

SHARP, Charles miner Adelaide 1884 Memorial 43/357

No 3

SHARP, Charles contractor Magill 1875[-1890] Memorial 189/285

SHARP, David clerk to Messrs WADEY & COX solicitors Adelaide 1881 Memorial 129/331

SHARP, Frank Edward labourer Belvidere Hundred of Bremer 1916[-1919] Memorial 196/473

No 1

SHARP, G clerk to CC KINGSTON & HALL solicitor Adelaide 1894 Memorial 238/421

SHARP, G clerk to Messrs CC KINGSTON & ASH solicitors Adelaide 1895[-1896] Memorial 104/426

SHARP, G clerk Adelaide 1902 Memorial 241/444

No 1

SHARP, George mariner Pt Adelaide 1851 Memorial 453/36

SHARP, George mariner Le Fevre Peninsula 1856 Memorial 7/107

SHARP, George storeman Pt Adelaide 1855 Memorial 77/85

No 2

SHARP, George storekeeper Robe. Linked with Charles Sharp storekeeper Robe 1862 GRO Search 96

No 3 - perhaps a continuation of No 2

SHARP, George brewer Pt MacDonnell 1867 Memorial 215/225

SHARP, George brewer Pt Adelaide 1873 Memorial 222/269

SHARP, George brewer formerly of Pt Adelaide but now of Mt Lofty [leasee of the Eagle on the Hill Hotel] 1874 Memorial 61/273

No 4

SHARP, George labourer Beltana linked with Joseph Thomas Sharp gardener Carey Gully 1906 Memorial 5/456

SHARP, George Edward butcher Carrieton linked with Susan Elizabeth Sharp widow Carrieton 1924 Grant Book 13 Page 387 County Dalhousie

SHARP, Isabella widow Nailsworth 1935, declared she was born on 3/1/1871 Application 27985

SHARP, James labourer Gawler 1878 Application 16880

No 1

SHARP, John printer Adelaide 1855[-1856] Memorial 270/82

No 2 – perhaps the same person

SHARP, John of Clare 1858 Memorial 307/133

SHARP, John labourer Clare Hundred of Barunga land grant 1877 Grant Book 14 Page 458 County Daly

No 3

SHARP, John farmer Scotts Bottom. Hundred of Kuitpo land grant 1859 Grant Book 1 Page 303 County Adelaide

No 4

SHARP, John farmer Koolunga 1885 Memorial 153/367

SHARP, John Henderson fancy goods dealer Pt Adelaide 1883 Memorial 117/346

SHARP, John Thomas plumber Prospect 1903 Application 24566.

No 1

SHARP, Joseph and Thomas gardeners Carey Gully 1889 Memorial 182/395

SHARP, Joseph Thomas gardener Carey Gully 1906 son of the late Thomas Sharp farmer pt Section 1147 Hundred of Onkaparinga and Isabella Sharp his wife Application 25230

SHARP, Josiah farmer Koolunga Hundred of Yackamoorundie land grant 1881 Grant Book 56 Page 96 County Stanley

No 1

SHARP, Robert William formerly stevedore Mazagon Bombay, India, but at present residing in Adelaide 1897 Memorial 238/432

SHARP, Robert William stevedore Bombay, India, in partnership with John Burne TOTHILL in certain SA real estate, power of attorney to Edward Gibbon WAKEFIELD accountant Royal Chambers Currie St, Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs because the partnership had been dissolved 17/5/1900 Deposit 6/1900

No 1

SHARP, Thomas farmer Hundred of Onkaparinga 1855[-1857] Memorial 44/97

SHARP, Thomas farmer Carey Gully 1862[-1885] Memorial 227/184

No 2

SHARP, Thomas saddler Beautiful Valley Wilmington township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 24 Page 569 County Frome

No 1

SHARP, Thomas Phillips veterinary surgeon Adelaide 1859[-1867] Memorial 136/151

SHARP, Thomas Phillips gentleman Freeman St, Adelaide, abot to leave the province, power of attorney to Henry and Frank RYMILL gentlemen Adelaide, to sell his SA real estate and finalise his businesss affairs 18/2/1881 Deposit 155/1884

SHARP, Thomas Phillips veterinary surgeon formerly of Adelaide but now of parts beyond the seas 1887 Memorial 198/383

No 1

SHARP, William farmer Twickenham near Adelaide 1852 Memorial 360/41 Farmer formerly of Twickenham but now of Peachey Belt 1853 Memorial 423/47

No 2

SHARP, William of Fulford Village [which Robert Davenport of Battunga established on Section 2877 Hundred of Macclesfield and named after his wife, Dorothea nee Fulford]. He purchased land facing onto Hendrington and High Sts 1853 Memorial 9/52

SHARP, William farmer Fulford near Macclesfield 1854 Memorial 236/61

SHARP, William farmer Greenhills near Meadows, died 18/10/1887. Husband of Margaret Sharp the sole executrix Memorial 219/390

SHARP, Margaret widow late of the Meadows but now of Nailsworth, relict of the late William Sharp of the Green Hills near Meadowsn 1896 Application 23169

No 1

SHARP, William Hey clerk in holy orders near Adelaide 1876 Memorial 150/192

SHARP, William Hey clerk in holy orders Hackney, power of attorney to George Henry FARR clerk in holy orders Hackney, to manage his SA business affairs 19/7/1878 Deposit 241/1878

SHARPE, Charles farmer Yankalilla 1862 Application 3469.

No 1 – George Daniel Sharpe

SHARPE, George farmer Balhannah 1852[-1853] Memorial 43/41

SHARPE, George Daniel, James, Charles and William Wiseman farmers Balhannah 1853[-1855] Hundred of Myponga land grant Memorial 181/55

SHARPE, George farmer Myponga 1861 Memorial 300/173

SHARPE, George Daniel farmer Blyth Plains Hundred of Melville land grant 1876[-1878] Grant Book 19 Page 75 County Fergusson

SHARPE, George Daniel farmer Troubridge Agricultural Area trustee unnamed school Hundred of Melville land grant 1871 Grant Book 19 Page 63 County Fergusson

No 2

SHARPE, George cooper Le Fevre Peninsula 1860 Memorial 243/163

No 1

SHARPE, George Henry farmer Tapley Hill 1853 Memorial 445/47

SHARPE, George Henry of Christchurch, Canterbury Province, New Zealand 1865 Memorial 56/206

SHARPE, George Henry formerly farmer O'Halloran Hill 1852 but now of Christchurch, Canterbury New Zealand 1866 Application 7267

SHARPE, George Henry of Christchurch New Zealand, and Elizabeth Sharpe his wife (daughter of Thomas TAPLEY of Adelaide )1867[-1868] Application 9048

SHARPE, James clerk to Messrs SYMON, BAKEWELL & Symon solicitors Adelaide 1880 Memorial 218/321

No 1

SHARPE, Timothy farmer Para Wurlie 1886 Memorial 56/378

SHARPE, Timothy farmer Blyth Plains Hundred of Melville land grant 1875 Grant Book 19 Page 72 County Fergusson

SHARPE, Wilfred Gordon farmer Alford. Hundred of Tickera land grant 1912 Grant Book 14 Page 225 County Daly

No 1 - possibly the same person

SHARPE, William Crutchfield ginger beer manufacturer Norwood 1854 Memorial 360/64

SHARPE, William Crutchfield chemist Pt Elliot 1855 Memorial 26/87

SHARPE, William Crutchfield farmer Middleton Hundred of Goolwa Co Hindmarsh 1860 Application 1482

No 1

SHARPLES, Christopher Lucas blacksmith Alford. Alford (Hundred of Tickera) township allotment land grant 1886 Grant Book 14 Page 307 County Daly

SHARPLES, Christopher Lucas of Brayton St, Bowden 1900 Memorial 148/441

SHARPLES, John Salisbury publican Wallaroo. Alford (Hundred of Tickera) township allotment land grant 1886 Grant Book 14 Page 307 County Daly

No 1

SHARPLES, William stockholder Adelaide 1847 Memorial 314/8

SHARPLES, William stockholder formerly of Adelaide 1847 but now of Yorke Peninsula 1848 Application 13421

SHARPLES, William stockholder Yorke Peninsula 1848[-1858] Memorial 115/42

SHARPLES, William gentleman Norwood 1856[-1857] Memorial 175/106

SHARPLES, William stockowner Enfield 1857 Memorial 91/116

SHARPLES, William gentleman Adelaide, power of attorney to Joseph darwent agent and Alexander BUCHANAN sheep farmer Anlaby, to manage his SA business affairs 22/6/1858. By 7/10/1871, when W Sharples was leaving the province, he appointed John FORMBY agent Pt Adelaide and Alexander McCOY Master of the steam ship Lubra Pt Adelaide, his attorneys to sell his estate and finalise his SA business affairs Deposit 206/1880

SHARPLES, William gentleman Adelaide 1871 Memorial 177/326

SHARPLES, William Esquire Chester, Cheshire, England 1878 Memorial 158/309

SHARRAD, Allan Hood blacksmith Pinnaroo. Hundred of Pinnaroo land grant 1926 Grant Book 12 Page 53 County Chandos

No 1

SHARRAD, George Carter of North Hummocks 1872 Memorial 170/261

SHARRAD, George of the Hundred of Cameron Co Daly 1876 Memorial 22/292

SHARRAD, George Carter farmer Yankalilla Co Hindmarsh. Hundred of Cameron land grant 1877 Grant Book 14 Page 438 County Daly

SHARRAD, George Carter farmer Lochiel. Hundred of Cameron land grant 1877 Grant Book 14 Page 438 County Daly

SHARRAD, George Carter farmer Arthurton. Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1881 Grant Book 14 Page 418 County Daly

No 1

SHARRAD, John farmer Arthurton. Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1911 Grant Book 14 Page 284 County Daly

SHARRAD, Elizabeth Edith home duties Arthurton [Mrs John Sharrad nee EE DURIEU] 1914 Grant Book 14 Page 260 County Daly

SHARRAD, Joseph farmer Arthurton. Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1910 Grant Book 14 Page 282 County Daly

No 1 – the Elder

SHARRAD, William farmer Cummins near Adelaide 1853. He leased part of the Cummins estate from John Morphett Memorial 470/56

SHARRAD, William farmer Adelaide 1856 Memorial 133/110

SHARRAD, William farmer Yankalilla 1863[-1877] Memorial 103/189

SHARRAD, Wiliam licensed victualler Yankalilla 1881 Memorial 187/331

SHARRAD, William of Yankalilla and Mary Ann Sharrad his wife formerly Mary Ann SIMPSON 1884 Memorial 81/361

No 2 – the Younger

SHARRAD, William farmer Lochiel 1874 Memorial 20/273

SHARRAD, William farmer Yankalilla Co Hindmarsh. Hundred of Cameron land grant 1875 Grant Book 14 Page 436 County Daly

SHARRAD, William the Younger farmer Lochiel. Snowtown (Hundred of Barunga) township allotment land grant 1879 Grant Book 14 Page 166 County Daly

SHATTOCK, Sidney Dowden farmer Hundred of Cavenagh 1887[-1892] Memorial 193/385

SHATTON, William Corporation officer Adelaide 1859 Memorial 239/148

No 1

SHAUGHNESSY, John farmer Snowtown. Hundred of Cameron land grant 1887 Grant Book 14 Page 445 County Daly

SHAUGHNESSY, John farmer Hundred of Cameron 1894 Grant Book 15 Page 31 County Daly

No 1

SHAUGHNESSY, Thomas farmer Salt Creek Plain Co Light 1850[-1873] Memorial 25/28

SHAUGHNESSY, Thomas farmer Co Light 1851 Memorial 86/38

SHAUGHNESSY, Thomas farmer Sheaoak Log 1852[-1856] Enrolment 40/20

SHAUGHNESSY, William currier Nuriootpa 1860[- 1862] Memorial 345/162

SHAUGHNESSY, William John horticulturalist Pt Elliot and his wife, Florence Muriel Shaughnessy 1929 Application 27765

SHAW, Ann widow Woodside 1855[-1858] Memorial 281/81

No 1

SHAW, Bernard, Edward and William formerly of Upper Coleshill St, Chelsea, Middlesex, but now gentlemen Adelaide 1838 Enrolment 62/20

SHAW, Bernard, Edward and William gentlemen formerly of Upper Coleshill St, Chelsea, Middlesex, England but now of Adelaide 1854 Memorial 123/67

SHAW, Burnell packer Adelaide 1911 Memorial 111/465

No 1

SHAW, Charles butcher Hindmarsh 1864 Memorial 105/195

SHAW, Charles butcher Hindmarsh 1881 Application 18353. 34

SHAW, Charles tripe dresser Hindmarsh 1885 Application 20512.

SHAW, Charles Frederick essence chemist Edwardstown 1933 Memorial 134/506

SHAW, Daniel farmer Strathalbyn 1854 Memorial 81/72

SHAW, EJ clerk to Mesrs INGLEBY, GRUNDY & NESBIT solicitors Adelaide 1881 Memorial 18/333

SHAW, Elias carpenter Gawler and Bridget Shaw his wife 1847[-1861] Memorial 240/10

SHAW, Elizabeth widow Kybunga 1898 Memorial 156/434

No 1

SHAW, George draper Adelaide 1849[-1855] Memorial 66/15

SHAW, George draper Adelaide (Hindley St) 1860 Application 5590

SHAW, George gentleman Adelaide (Hindley St) 1860 Memorial 269/170

SHAW, George draper Adelaide 1863 Grant Book 14 Page 101 County Daly

SHAW, George gentleman Adelaide, about to leave the provice, power of attorney to James SMITH merchant Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 17/1/1865. He had a particular interest in mortgage properties Deposit 27/1865

SHAW, George land broker Adelaide 1869 Application 10189.

SHAW, George agent Upper Walkerville 1869 Memorial 139/240

SHAW, George commission agent Upper Walkerville 1869 Memorial 213/242

SHAW, George importer Adelaide Co Adelaide. Crystal Brook (Hundred of Crystal Brook) township allotment land grant 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 431 County Victoria

SHAW, George commission agent Adelaide 1880 Application 18002

SHAW, George merchant Adelaide (Waymouth St) 1883[-1884] Memorial 37/350

SHAW, GA clerk Balaklava 1886 Memorial 135/377

SHAW, Harry farmer Stansbury 1895 Memorial 231/424

SHAW, Harry Valentine labourer Bath Pt Adelaide 1912 Application 26071

No 1

SHAW, James gold digger Adelaide 1853[-1854] Hundred of Munno Para land grant Memorial 256/54

SHAW, James gold digger formerly of Adelaide but now of Gawler 1854 Memorial 66/69

No 2

SHAW, James builder Adelaide, about to visit the UK and other places, power of attorney to his wife, Margaret Shaw, to manage his SA business affairs 30/6/1891 Deposit 84/1891

No 3 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

SHAW, James gentleman Adelaide pt TA 39 1897 Memorial 151/433

SHAW, James the Elder and the Younger gentlemen Adelaide 1898 Memorial 151/435

SHAW, James Edward gentleman Adelaide 1854 Memorial 484/70

SHAW, James Joseph engineer Bath Pt Adelaide 1912 Application 26071

No 1

SHAW, John farmer Dry Creek 1844[-1870] Memorial 82/4

SHAW, John farmer Modbury 1866 Memorial 161/211

No 2

SHAW, John labourer Adelaide 1853 Memorial 241/56

SHAW, John police constable Willunga 1862 Memorial 71/184

SHAW, John formerly of Willunga 1858 but now of Kooringa 1866 Application 7823

SHAW, John police corporal Overland Corner 1875 Memorial 80/284

No 3

SHAW, John farmer Essex Farm 1864[-1883] Memorial 57/362

SHAW, John gentleman formerly of Essex Farm but then of Norwood 1883, died c1884 Application 22020

No 4

SHAW, John Methodist minister Clarence Park 1928 Memorial 25/499

SHAW, John Henry storeman Brompton 1903 Brompton Methodist Church trustee Application 28475

SHAW, Levi blacksmith Woodside 1851[-1854] Memorial 208/34

SHAW, PS proclaimed bank manager Adelaide 1952 Memorial 10/528

SHAW, Richard artist Adelaide 1853[-1854] Memorial 201/57

SHAW, Roy Edward labourer Pt Lincoln 1921 Memorial 100/484

No 1

SHAW, Thomas plasterer Brompton 1851[-1853] Memorial 21/31

No 2

SHAW, Thomas mariner Pt Adelaide 1856[-1858] Memorial 314/105

SHAW, Thomas mariner Pt Adelaide obtained a land grant of Section 58 Hundred of Light near Stockport, on 17/5/1856. He married Mary FAGAN widow c1857, who had a daughter called Esther Fagan (Mrs Moses Megaw) by her first husband. Thomas Shaw died in April 1859. Her son-in-law, Moses MEGAW, took over her farm, provided he look after her for the rest of her life. He died 20/5/1885 intestate, his estate worth £1,750. Mary Shaw died 3/9/1886. The Megaws had a son, Thomas Megaw, born 8/10/1861 near Stockport, and who became a farmer there as well Application 24313.

No 3

SHAW, Thomas farmer York township Port Road 1883 Memorial 79/347

SHAW, Thomas dairyman York 1884 Application 20309

SHAW, Thomas farmer Findon & York 1886 Application 20955

No 4

SHAW, Thomas labourer Blanchetown 1927 Memorial 73/498

SHAW, Thomas labourer formerly of Blanchetown but now of Keswick 1936 Memorial 120/509

SHAW, Thomas pensioner 1 Marlow Rd, Keswick 1936, declared that he had lived at Blanchetown all his life until the last five years. He had a step-son, Frederick William PETERSON carrier Blachetown, who was living on his property at Blanchetown Application 28045

SHAW, Thomas Alfred retired publican Swan Reach. Swan Reach Public Hall trustee 1938 Memorial 38/512

SHAW, William Clerk of the Local Court Willunga 1856[-1872] Memorial 74/113

No 1

SHAWYER, JGA bank clerk Edithburgh 1878 Memorial 233/305

SHAWYER, JGA bank manager Kadina 1888 Memorial 213/394

SHAWYER, JGA bank manage National Bank Riverton 1893[-1894] Memorial 40/419

SHAWYER, John Gilbert Allan banker Riverton manager of the Riverton branch of the National Bank of Australasia Ltd 1902 Application 24438

SHAWYER, John Thomas printer Adelaide 1855[-1860] Memorial 9/95

SHAYLE, Thomas Esquire Adelaide 1847 Memorial 62/10

No 1

SHEA, Martin clerk Hundred of Belvidere near Kapunda 1881 Memorial 43/329

SHEA, Martin clerk Koonunga 1882 Application 18972.

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

SHEAN, Andrew yeoman Gawler River 1851[-1854] Memorial 293/37

SHEAN, Andrew farmer Willaston 1854 Memorial 157/63

SHEAN, Andrew farmer Nuriootpa 1854[-1859] Memorial 117/72

SHEAN, Andrew farmer Gawler River 1854[-1858] Memorial 456/77

SHEAN, Andrew Senr householder without business Nuriootpa, died 30/11/1854. Personal estate to his wife, Mary Shean. Other bequests to his sons, Thomas and Andrew Shean Junr of the Lachlan River NSW, and land at Nuriootpa in trust for 15 years to Mrs Andrew Shean's two illegitimate children, who have been living with their mother at Nuriootpa. Trustees - James TOBIT miller Nuriootpa and William COULTHARD farmer Nuriootpa. A Shean Junr became a bankrupt 11/1/1860 and the trust property had to be separated from his estate Application 18182

SHEAN, Mary widow Nuriootpa, relict of the late Andrew Shean formerly of Nuriootpa now deceased 1859 Memorial 181/163

No 1

SHEAN, Thomas [probably farmer and butcher of Gawler River] 1856 Memorial 320/109

SHEAN, Thomas farmer and butcher formerly of Gawler River but now of Nuriootpa 1859[-1860] Memorial 180/155

SHEAN, Thomas stockholder Nuriootpa 1859 Memorial 273/156

SHEAN, Thomas stockholder Angas Park, became a bankrupt in 1859 Memorial 102/159

SHEAN, William stone mason Upper Dry Creek 1849 Memorial 168/19

No 1

SHEARD, Alfred importer Gawler 1904 Application 24814.

SHEARD, Alfred storekeeper Gawler and Mary Clementine Sheard his wife 1915 Memorial 42/472

SHEARD, Mary Clementine storekeeper Gawler 1915 Application 26444

No 1

SHEARER, Albert Elliott saddler Sutherlands Hundred of Neales land grant 1894 Grant Book 17 Page 200 County Eyre

SHEARER, Albert Elliott saddler Sutherlands trustee unnamed Chapel Hundred of Neales 1895 Grant Book 17 Page 201 County Eyre

SHEARER, Christina spinster South Rhine, died 8/4/1886 intestate. Letters of administration to Janet GODFEE wife of Richard Godfree farmer South Rhine sister of the deceased Memorial 161/379

SHEARER, David manufacturer Mannum. Mannum District Hospital Inc trustee 1924 Memorial 169/491

SHEARER, Emma widow Chapel St, Norwood 1921 Application 26965

No 1

SHEARER, James labourer Le Fevre Peninsula 1855[-1856] Memorial 165/92

No 2 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger and the Third

SHEARER, James the Elder farmer Section 511 Hundred of Gilbert son of the late Thomas Shearer deceased 1855 Memorial 220/96

SHEARER, James the Younger shoemaker and James Shearer carpenter son of John Shearer both of Section 511 Hundred of Gilbert 1857 Memorial 121/118

SHEARER, James the Younger farmer The Gilbert 1859[-1864] Memorial 304/149

SHEARER, James farmer Malleebrae Farm near Gilberton [Tarlee] 1865 Application 6629

SHEARER, James farmer Gilbert 1865 Memorial 149/203

SHEARER, James carpenter Riverton 1867 Memorial 155/224

SHEARER, James farmer Malleebrae Farm near Gilberton [Tarlee] 1868 Memorial 150/231

SHEARER, James farmer Tarlee 1869[-1896] Memorial 222/243

No 2

SHEARER, James shoemaker Willowie Willowie township allotment land grant 1885 Grant Book 24 Page 577 County Frome

No 3

SHEARER, James farmer South Rhine Hundred of South Rhine land grant 1861 Grant Book 58 Page 235 County Sturt

No 4

SHEAERER, James labourer Maitland Hundred of Maitland land grant 1897 Grant Book 19 Page 109 County Fergusson

SHEARER, Minnie V of Pt Wakefield 1909 Memorial 238/461

SHEARER, Peter builder Petersburg. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1900 Grant Book 13 Page 206 County Dalhousie

SHEARER, Robert farmer Willowie Willowie township allotment land grant 1885 Grant Book 24 Page 577 County Frome

No 1

SHEARER, Thomas farmer Section 608 Hundred of Moorooroo 1860 Application 1496

SHEARER, Thomas farmer Belvidere Hundred of Belvidere land grant 1861 Grant Book 44 Page 27 County Light

SHEARER, Thomas farmer Stockwell Hundred of Belvidere land grant 1866 Grant Book 44 Page 27 County Light

SHEARER, Wilfred Harry store manager Macclesfield 1936[-1943] Memorial 143/509

No 1

SHEARER, William John blacksmith Mundoora 1912 Grant Book 14 Page 276 County Daly

SHEARER, William John wheat agent Mundoora 1913 Grant Book 14 Page 287 County Daly

SHEARER, Martha widow Mundoora, died c1913 intestate. William John Shearer wheat agent Mundoora administered the estate [Mrs William Pottinger Shearer nee Martha TREGEA mother of WJ Shearer] Grant Book 14 Page 288 County Daly

SHEARER, William Pottinger blacksmith Yorke Valley Maitland township allotment land grant 1873 Grant Book 19 Page 475 County Fergusson

No 1 – perhaps William Thompson Shearer

SHEARER, William labourer Portland Estate 1864 Application 5278.

SHEARER, Wiliam stevedore Portland Estate 1872 Application 11877.

SHEARER, William stevedore Portland Estate and Jean Isbister Shearer his wife 1875 Memorial 249/282

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

SHEARER, William Thompson labourer Portland Estate 1867 Memorial 64/223

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

SHEARING, George Senr brickmaker John St Hindmarsh 1840. His widow, Eliza Shearing, of Hindmarsh, died 8/8/1764 old age, aged 71. James Shearing tinsmith Hindmarsh possibly a son 1875 Application 14017

SHEARING, George labourer Hindmarsh 1842. Bricklayer Hindmarsh 1843 Application 23176

SHEARING, George the Elder brickmaker Hindmarsh 1847[-1853] Memorial 8/9

SHEARING, George the Younger brickmaker Hindmarsh 1845[-1855] Memorial 262/5

SHEARING, George brickmaker Hindmarsh 1851[-1866] Memorial 352/37

SHEARING, George labourer Hindmarsh 1852 Memorial 112/39

SHEARING, George the Younger blacksmith Hindmarsh 1855[-1857] Memorial 481/83

SHEARING, George carrier Hindmarsh 1859 Memorial 63/162

SHEARING, George the Elder brickmaker Hindmarsh Hindmarsh Building Society director 1860 Memorial 123/172

SHEARING, George the Elder brickmaker Hindmarsh declared 31/3/1862 that he had arrived in SA 28/3/1839, and at at once went to live in Hindmarsh. George Milner STEPHEN and Arthur Tydell LINDSAY laid out the township and appointed Samuel CHAPMAN now licensed victualler Adelaide to collect the money from the sale of allotments. Application 2994

SHEARING, George the Elder and Younger, and William Shearing brickmakers Hindmarsh 1862 Application 2994

SHEARING, George the Younger and SHEARING, William brickmakers Hindmarsh 1863 Application 4374.

SHEARING, George brickmaker Hindmarsh linked with Henry Shearing brickmaker Marion on the Sturt 1867 Memorial 116/268

SHEARING, George brickmaker Hindmarsh 1871 He had lived in Hindmarsh for 32 years Application 11204

SHEARING, George brickmaker Hindmarsh, died 21/7/1872, of billious fever, aged 44 Application 20192

SHEARING, Ann widow of George SHEARING brickmaker Hindmarsh 1879 Probably related to Henry Shearing brickmaker Marion Application 17342

No 1

SHEARING, Henry brickmaker Brighton 1852[-1854] Memorial 117/43

SHEARING, Henry brickmaker Hindmarsh 1854 Memorial 291/61

SHEARING, Henry brickmaker [formerly of Hindmarsh but now of] Marion on the Sturt 1856[-1884] Memorial 68/102

SHEARING, Henry yeoman Marion on the Sturt 1858 Memorial 34/144

SHEARING, Henry brickmaker Marion 1865 Application 6908.

SHEARING, Henry brickmaker Marion 1873, a son of the late George Shearing the Younger formerly brickmaker Hindmarsh 1847 Application 12904.

SHEARING, Henry brickmaker Marion 1875 Application 14333.

SHEARING, Henry brickmaker Brighton 1885 Application 20725

SHEARING, Henry brickmaker Marion, died 16/10/1908. His wife, Ann Shearing, died in his lifetime, as did his daughter, Jane BRANFORD nee Shearing wife of Samuel Branford coachbuilder The Sturt. The 9 surviving Shearing children were - Josiah George Shearing [storekeeper Marion], Hurtle Taylor Shearing, John Edward Shearing, Mary FRANKLIN nee Shearing, Eliza SPENCER nee Shearing, Caroline WESTERN nee Shearing, Emma SHEPHARD nee Shearing [wife of Albert Shephard farmer Gladstone, whose father was James Shephard], Florence Emma MASLIN nee Shearing and Sarah Shearing [spinster Marion]. Jane Branford's children were Grace Eva Branford, Henry Ernest Branford, Bertha Alice Branford, and Adeline May Branford (born 19/5/1896). James Henry Shearing farmer West Hindmarsh was a nephew of Henry Shearing  Application 26201

SHEARING, Hurtle Taylor baker Marion 1909 Memorial 122/461

No 1

SHEARING, James tinsmith Hindmarsh 1870 Application 11022.

SHEARING, James tinsmith Hindmarsh 1879 Memorial 184/315

SHEARING, James tinsmith Hindmarsh 1881 Application 18441

SHEARING, James Shearing plumber and galvanised iron worker Ann St, Hindmarsh and Mary Ann Shearing his wife 1897 Applications 23342 & 23363

No 1

SHEARING, James Henry Tramways Manager Hindmarsh 1903 Application 24652.

SHEARING, James Henry tram manager Hindmarsh 1903 Brompton Methodist Church trustee Application 28475

SHEARING, John Edward chaffmerchant Marion on the Sturt 1909 Memorial 122/461

No 1

SHEARING, William brickmaker Carrondown 1880 Application 18078

SHEARING, William brickmaker Brompton 1883 Application 20009.

SHEARING, William potter Hindmarsh 1893 Application 22524

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

SHEARING, William contractor Adelaide 1882 Memorial 116/345

SHEARMEN, George carpenter Gawler 1861[-1864] Memorial 209/175

SHEARMAN, Robert land owner Clare 1851 Memorial 96/188

Land owner formerly of Clare but now of Canterbury New Zealand 1863 Memorial 97/188

SHEARS, Peyton gentleman Pt Adelaide 1849 Memorial 33/19

SHEARWIN, David shoemaker formerly of Kapunda but now of Glen Osmond 1937. Son of Elizabeth Shearwin widow Kapunda, who died 16/1/1899 Application 28064

SHEARWIN, James labourer Kapunda 1864[-1879] Memorial 55/200

SHEDLEY, FE proclaimed bank manager Murray Bridge 1952 Memorial 83/527

No 1

SHEEDY, Edmund labourer Adelaide 1855[-1860] Memorial 122/92

SHEEDY, Edmund farmer Virginia 1869 Application 10121.

SHEEDY, Hannah widow Peachey Belt 1878 Memorial 66/437

SHEEDY, Hannah widow Virginia 1905, widow of Edmund Sheedy farmer Peachey Belt Virginia. Family included: Hanorah Sheedy, Daniel Joseph Sheedy, Bridget Sheedy, Michael Francis Sheedy, and Mary JUDD nee Sheedy wife of Robert Judd farmer Salisbury (son of Richard Judd) Application 24953

SHEEDY, John labourer Adelaide, died 17/2/1876 intestate. Estate worth £120. His widow, Bridget Sheedy, died c1902. Martin RYAN carpenter Adelaide, executor of Mrs Sheedy's will Memorial 246/447

SHEEDY, Michael Francis out of business Virginia, aged 82 in 1951, declared that he had lived in the area for most of his life Application 28822

No 1

SHEEDY, Patrick farmer Peachey Belt 1865 Application 5982.

SHEEDY, Patrick farmer Virginia 1883 Memorial 202/353

SHEEDY, Patrick farmer Virginia, died 16/10/1907. Father of Daniel James Joseph Sheedy and Patrick Edmund Sheedy. Executor; John Sheedy farmer Virginia Memorial 162/458

SHEEDY, Patrick farmer Virginia, died 16/10/1907. Daughters included Nora Mary Magdalene Sheedy, Ellen SUPPLE. Niece Nora TORPY. Sons Daniel James Joseph Sheedy and Patrick Edmond Sheedy. John Sheedy farmer Virginia one of the executors of he will. Estate worth £4,000 1909 Application 25609.

No 1

SHEEDY, Rody labourer Gawler 1867[-1873] Memorial 92/220

SHEEDY, Rody grocer's assistant Gawler 1887[-1890] Memorial 31/389

SHEEDY, William labourer Willaston near Gawler Co Gawler. Hundred of Booyoolie land grant 1879 Grant Book 60 Page 157 County Victoria

No 1 - perhaps the same person

SHEEHAN, Andrew of Willaston near Gawler 1852 Memorial 113/40

SHEEHAN, Andrew of Nuriootpa, paid a £5 deposit on Allotment 11 in the new township of Nuriootpa c1856-1858, but left the colony in 1858 before completing the purchase. He never returned to SA William Coulthard the Younger gentleman Nuriootpa declared in 1928 that he had heard this information from his father, John Coulthard. [Is this the same Andrew Sheehan who lived at Willaston in 1852? Memorial 113/40] Application 27648.

SHEEHAN, Cornelius saddler Adelaide 1849 Memorial 308/15

SHEEHAN, Daniel gardener Clare 1909[-1916] Memorial 193/460

SHEEHAN, James Patrick farmer Freeling 1922 Application 27107

No 1

SHEEHAN, John labourer Yankalilla 1881 Memorial 146/332

SHEEHAN, John labourer Yankalilla, died c1898. Husband of Mary Sheehan. Father of John and Michael Sheehan Memorial 128/435

No 2

SHEEHAN, John farmer Hundred of Wonna 1891 Memorial 40/410

No 1

SHEEHAN, Michael licensed victualler Hackham near Morphett Vale 1866 Memorial 61/216

SHEEHAN, Michael farmer Hackham near Morphett Vale 1869 Memorial 181/240

SHEEHAN, Michael farmer Hackham Hundred of Dalrymple land grant 1877[-1879] Grant Book 19 Page 137 County Fergusson

SHEEHAN, Michael farmer Oaklands Yorke Peninsula and Catherine Sheehan his wife daughter of the late Ignatius O'SULLIVAN farmer Morphett Vale (died 9/7/1871) and Honora O'Sullivan now widow Morphett Vale. Thomas O'Sullivan farmer Morphett Vale must belong to this family 1878 Memorial 233/305

SHEEHAN, Michael Ignatius auctioneer Tumby Bay 1925 Memorial 79/492

No 1

SHEEHAN, Patrick labourer Littlehampton 1856 Memorial 291/106

SHEEHAN, Patrick formerly labourer Littlehampton 1856 of Saddleworth by 1878 out of business Clare 1907 Application 25298

No 2

SHEEHAN, Patrick labourer Salisbury 1883 Memorial 88/356

No 1

SHEEHAN, Robert farmer North Road 1855 Memorial 426/79

SHEEHAN, Robert farmer Section 345 Survey B 1855 Memorial 138/104

No 2

SHEEHAN, Robert labourer Mt Gambier Hundred of Gambier land grant 1867 Grant Book 30 Page 117 County Grey

No 1

SHEEN, James farmer Penton Vale Yorke Peninsula 1873 Memorial 8/267

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

SHEEN, Roger yeoman Mt Barker 1861 Memorial 212/176

SHEEN, Mr foreman HAUGHTON & Co hide and skin merchants Islington 1915 Application 26443

SHEERLOCK, George farmer Hindmarsh 1848 Memorial 475/23

SHEFFIELD, George warehouseman Adelaide 1843[-1846] Memorial 457/3

No 1

SHEFFIELD, John clerk to Messrs GWYNNE & LAWRENCE solicitors Adelaide 1857 Memorial 293/116

SHEFFIELD, John clerk to Messrs GWYNNE & LAWRENCE solicitors Adelaide (King William St) 1858 Memorial 204/142

No 1

SHEIDOW, Allan Edward farmer O'Halloran Hill 1909 Application 25665

SHEIDOW, Allan Edward grazier O'Halloran Hill 1926[-1937] Memorial 28/495, Application 28081

No 1

SHEIDOW, Charles butcher McLaren Vale 1886 Memorial 6/378

SHEIDOW, Charles butcher McLaren Vale 1893 Memorial 190/419

SHEIDOW, Frederick Arthur farmer Clarendon 1914 Memorial 126/471

SHEIDOW, John labourer Coromandel Valley 1877 Application 15942

SHEIDOW, Samuel farmer Clarendon 1892[-1903] Memorial 105/413

No 1

SHEILL, George farmer Truro 1858 Memorial 147/138

SHEILL, George of Kapunda, declared a bankrupt. Frederick Sheill mentioned but not described 1860 Memorial 95/166

SHEILS, Peter police corporal Adelaide 1859 Memorial 329/155

SHELDON, Andrew Edwin farmer Pinnaroo. Hundred of Pinaroo land grant 1920 Grant Book 12 Page 51 County Chandos

sNo 1

SHELDON, Charles stonemason Naracoorte Hundred of Hynam land grant 1881 Grant Book 29 Page 160 County MacDonnell

SHELDON, Charles the Elder farmer Wolseley 1889 Memorial 32/399

SHELDON, Charles the Elder farmer Wolseley. Hundred of Tatiara land grant 1904 Grant Book 7 Page 20 County Buckingham

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

SHELDRICK, James farmer Naracoorte Hundred of Naracoorte land grant 1876 Grant Book 50 Page 108 County Robe

SHELDRICK, William blacksmith Mt Gambier 1883 Application 19921

No 1

SHELL, William stonecutter Adelaide 1848[-1863] Memorial 496/10

SHELL, William stonemason Unley 1870 Application 10592.

SHELL, William formerly stone cutter Adelaide 1848 now stone mason Unley 1875 Application 14173

SHELLY, Charles of Yankalilla 1854 Memorial 383/62

SHELLEY, Margaret spinster Mt Barker 1866 Memorial 9/336

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

SHELTON, George labourer Mt Gambier 1856 Memorial 58/105

SHELTON, George gardener Mt Gambier trustee Cemetery Mt Gambier Hundred of Blanche land grant 1866 Grant Book 30 Page 58 County Grey

SHELTON, George the Elder farmer and gardener Nymphsvale near Mt Gambier, died c1903. Father of George Shelton the Younger farmer Mt Gambier Memorial 167/450

SHELTON, George the Elder nurseryman Mt Gambier linked with George Shelton the Younger farmer Mt Gambier 1903 Application 24592

SHELTON, George the Elder farmer and gardener Nymphsvale Mt Gambier, died 28/7/1903. His wife, Catherine Shelton, to have a life interest in his estate, then to his children and grandchildren as directed. Son George Shelton the Younger farmer Mt Gambier to be the executor of the will 1906 Application 25098

SHELTON, John steward Adelaide Co Adelaide. Brownlow (Hundred of Menzies) township allotment land grant 1883 Grant Book 11 Page 44 County Carnarvon

No 1

SHEMMELD, John shoemaker Hahndorf 1848 Memorial 496/10

SHEMMELD, John shoemker Adelaide 1848[-1853] Memorial 59/12

SHEMMELD, John shoemaker Strathalbyn 1855[-1856] Memorial 8/87

No 1

SHENTON, John brickmaker Hindmarsh 1846[-1847] Memorial 35/7

SHENTON, John brickmaker Bowden 1858 Memorial 269/141

SHEPARD, Thomas mariner Glenelg Loyal Temple of Peace Oddfellow Lodge trustee 1862 Memorial 274/185

SHEPHARD, AW carpenter Smithfield 1912 Memorial 23/474

No 1

SHEPHARD, Clarence John machinist Bute trustee Institute Bute 1905 Grant Book 14 Page 400 County Daly

SHEPHARD, Clarence John wheelwright Bute trustee Institute Bute 1929 Grant Book 14 Page 401 County Daly

No 1

SHEPHARD, George builder Adelaide 1853 Memorial 346/51

SHEPHARD, George builder [formerly of Adelaide but now of] Norwood 1856 Memorial 331/106

SHEPHARD, George builder Kensington Road near Adelaide died c1862. The whole of his estate to his wife, Eliza Shephard Enrolment 39/50

No 1

SHEPHARD, George James stone mason Adelaide 1857 Memorial 258/123

SHEPHARD, George James mason Norwood 1858[-1867] Memorial 396/147

SHEPHARD, George James mason Norwood linked with Thomas Shephard mason Adelaide 1867 Memorial 75/218

SHEPHARD, George stonemason Watervale 1869 Application 10158

SHEPHARD, George James mason Leasingham linked with Samuel Shephard mason Quorn 1878 Memorial 153/309

SHEPHARD, George James builder Quorn Quorn (Hundred of Pichi Richi) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 49 Page 11 County Newcastle

SHEPHARD, George James mason formerly of Adelaide but now of Quorn 1880 Application 18181

SHEPHARD, George James mason formerly of Leasingham but now of Quorn 1887 Memorial 70/386

SHEPHARD, Hannah widow Belvidere near Hamilton on the Light 1877 Application 16176.

SHEPHARD, James labourer Marion Co Adelaide. Hundred of Booyoolie land grant 1882 Grant Book 60 Page 158 County Victoria

SHEPHARD, Stanley Hopkins coach builder Brighton 1893 Application 22465

No 1 – the Elder

SHEPHARD, Thomas mason Norwood 1867 Memorial 247/222

SHEPHARD, Thomas mason Cleve St, Norwood 1870 Memorial 181/249

SHEPHARD, Thomas mason Adelaide 1871 Memorial 250/253

SHEPHARD, Thomas mason and builder Caltowie. Caltowie (Hundred of Caltowie) township allotment land grant 1873 Grant Book 60 Page 444 County Victoria

No 2 – the Younger [Thomas Edward Shephard]

SHEPHARD, Thomas farmer Carrieton 1893[-1896] Memorial 233/416

SHEPHARD, Thomas Carpenter baker and confectioner Walkerville 1857 Memorial 126/128

No 1

SHEPHARD, Vernon S assistant Clerk of the District Council of West Torrens 1912 Application 26024

SHEPHARD, Vernon Stanley Clerk of the District Council of West Torrens Marion Rd, Weeroopa [formerly Bismarck to 1918 later Brooklyn Park from 1942] near Cowandilla 1926 Application 27326

SHEPHARD, William of Wellington Road, St John Wood, London, Middlesex, England linked with Ann Shephard widow Wright St, Adelaide relict of the late William Henry Shephard formerly farmer The Sturt but now deceased 1848[-1850] Memorials 395/12, 160/33

No 1 - the Elder

SHEPHARD, William Henry the Elder butcher Adelaide 1842 Memorial 419/1

SHEPHARD, Ann widow The Sturt. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1850 Grant Book 1 Page 21 County Adelaide

SHEPHARD, Ann widow St Marys. Mother of Ann Elizabeth Shephard, William Thomas Shephard and William Henry Shephard 1853 Memorial 495/49

SHEPHARD, Ann farmer Windsor Farm [of the Sturt River] 1855 Memorial 229/89

SHEPHARD, Ann widow Adelaide (Wright St) relict of the late William Henry Shephard formerly farmer The Sturt now deceased 1855 Memorial 87/94

SHEPHARD, Ann widow Adelaide (Knox St) linked with Thomas Shephard farmer The Sturt 1866 Memorial 138/212

No 2 - the Younger

SHEPHARD, Wiliam Henry wheelwright Darlington 1877 Application 16082.

SHEPHARD, WH wheelwright Tapley Hill 1878 Application 17159

SHEPHARD, William Henry formerly the Younger farmer The Sturt linked with William Thomas Shephard sheep farmer Thurk Murray River 1880 Memorial 21/325

SHEPHARD, William Henry coachbuilder Darlington on Sturt 1881 Application 18547

SHEPHARD, WH undertaker Darlington 1885 Application 25028

SHEPHARD, William Henry chaff merchant Darlington 1890[-1893] Memorial 92/403, Application 22465

SHEPHARD, William Henry wheelwright The Sturt Broughton township [later called Redhill] allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 14 Page 498 County Daly

No 1

SHEPHARD, William Thomas farmer The Sturt 1866[-1868] Memorial 138/212

SHEPHARD, Elizabeth Ann wife of William Thomas Shephard farmer Darlington, died 14/4/1880 of internal haemorrhage after childbirth, aged 35 Application 22103.

SHEPHARD, William Thomas sheep farmer Waikerie [likely to have come from Darlington] 1881 Memorial 24/334

SHEPHARD, William Thomas owned land in Brighton 1881 Application 18145

SHEPHARD, William Thomas farmer The Sturt 1882 Application 24416

SHEPHARD, William Thomas sheep farmer Reefton Heights near Woodside 1898 Application 23515

SHEPHERD, Allen William farmer Harrogate 1929 Memorial 53/501

No 1

SHEPHERD, Charles farmer Hamilton on the Light 1869[-1874] Memorial 197/237

SHEPHERD, Charles [probably farmer Hundred of Gilbert] died c1875. Husband of Hannah Shephard. Various real estate to his children - Charles Levi Shepherd, George James Shepherd, Eliza Shepherd, and Florence EVELYN Memorial 131/279

SHEPHERD, Charles R undertaker Hindmarsh 1899 Application 25451.

SHEPHERD, Edmund Cecil Roland agent Balaklava Co Gawler. Hundred of Pinnaroo land grant 1910 Grant Book 12 Page 46 County Chandos

SHEPHERD, Emanuel estate agent Adelaide 1883 Memorial 19/353

SHEPHERD, EP nurse Conga Naurla Kingston S-E 1939 Memorial 80/514

SHEPHERD, F bootmaker Hindmarsh 1897 Application 23461

No 1

SHEPHERD, George labourer Adelaide 1838[-1842]. Mason Adelaide 1848 Application 22736

SHEPHERD, George mason Adelaide 1848[-1855] Memorial 97/12 Builder Adelaide 1850[-1853] Memorial 221/21 Builder North St Adelaide 1851 Memorial 416/32

SHEPHERD, George builder Adelaide 1853 Memorial 346/51

SHEPHERD, George builder Norwood 1856 Memorial 331/106

SHEPHERD, George builder Kensington Road, husband of Eliza Shepherd 1862 Memorial 132/249

SHEPHERD, Eliza widow Norwood relict of the late George Shepherd formerly builder Norwood now deceased 1871 Memorial 13/251

No 2

SHEPHERD, George farmer Shepherd Flat near Yankalilla 1866. Linked with the Shepherd family of Hawthorn Farm, Aldinga Plains Application 7155

No 3 - likely to be a continuation of No 2

SHEPHERD, George farmer Wakefield Plains Hundred of Hall 1867. Linked with Robert Shepherd farmer Hawthorn Farm Aldinga Plains near Willunga Application 8284.

SHEPHERD, Glory Naomi married woman Cameron Rd, Mt Barker 1953. In October of that year, she had to nurse a critically ill married daughter (who almost died) with 3 small children Application 28977

SHEPHERD, HMS of Narrung 1921 Memorial 60/483

No 1

SHEPHERD, Hyett storekeeper Bald Hills near Yankalilla 1872 Memorial 36/275

SHEPHERD, Hyett formerly farmer Hawthorn Farm 1867 now storekeeper Norwood 1874. A relative to Robert Shepherd, the former owner of the land. Robert Shepherd's daughter, Mary Jane Shepherd, had married Isaiah Hill farmer Balaklava by 1874 Application 13406.

No 1

SHEPHERD, James shoemaker Adelaide (Hindley St) 1848 Hundred of Onkaparinga land grant Memorial 217/88 Shoemaker Inverbrackie 1854[-1857] Hundred of Monarto land grant Memorial 218/88 Linked with William Shepherd farmer The Bremer 1857 Memorial 45/129

SHEPHERD, James shoemaker Rosebank near Woodside 1858 Memorial 273/138

SHEPHERD, James shoemaker near Woodside 1859[-1880] Application 889, Application 18106.

SHEPHERD, James farmer near Woodside 1859[-1883] Memorial 265/149, Application 13387

SHEPHERD, James farmer Rosebank near Woodside, died 12/9/1894. Father-in-law of Johann Adolph PFEIFFER farmer Woodside and Robert Philip KEDDIE storekeeper Woodside Memorial 134/423

SHEPHERD, James shoemaker and farmer Reefton Heights, near Woodside, died 12/9/1894, of chronic cystitis, aged 74. His son-in-law, Robert Philp KEDDIE of Woodside notified the death 1911 Application 25911

No 2

SHEPHERD, James farmer Maryfield near Harrogate Hundred of Monarto land grant 1883 Grant Book 58 Page 128 County Sturt

No 3

SHEPHERD, James farmer Lake Wangary near Pt Lincoln 1892 Memorial 209/414

No 1

SHEPHERD, John miller Hindmarsh 1855[-1885] Memorial 52/91

SHEPHERD, John miller formerly of Hindmarsh but now of Aldinga 1867 Memorial 190/218

No 2

SHEPHERD, John and Richard of Encounter Bay 1857 Memorial 274/137

No 3

SHEPHERD, John farmer Yankalilla, a son of Robert Shepherd farmer Hawthorn Farm Aldinga Plains near Willunga 1860 Application 1162

SHEPHERD, John farmer Hawthorne Farm near Willunga 1861 Application 2507

SHEPHERD, John formerly of Willunga but now of Blyth Plains, SHEPHERD, Richard of Silverton NSW, and Rachel BEST nee SHEPHERD wife of Edward Henry Best storekeeper formerly of Walkerville now of Blyth Plains 1866 Application 7945

SHEPHERD, John farmer Blyth Plains an executor under the will of the late Philippa BASTIAN formerly of Willunga now deceased 1880 Memorial 10/322

SHEPHERD, John the Elder of Blyth Plains Hundred of Boucaut land grant 1881 Grant Book 55 Page 38 County Stanley

SHEPHERD, John formerly farmer Blyth Plains late gentleman Young St, Wayville, died 30/11/1915. His children included Alfred Edward Shepherd civil servant Medindie, Stephen George Shepherd farmer Kybunga, and Phillipa Jane Mary spinster Wayville 1916. This family originated in the Willunga district. Another member of this family (perhaps a sister to John Shepherd?) Mary Jane Shepherd Aldinga (Parents: Robert Shepherd farmer and Ann Susanna Shepherd) married Isiah HILL farmer Langhorne Creek 34 Born Kerchy Moreside, Yorks, England (Parents: Abraham Hill farmer and Anna Susanna Hill) on 8/5/1869 Minister's house West Melbourne. Minister: Andrew Robertson 1916 Application 26523.

No 4

SHEPHERD, John farmer near Harrogate Hundred of Monarto land grant 1883 Grant Book 58 Page 128 County Sturt

No 1

SHEPHERD, JS articled clerk Adelaide 1901 Memorial 170/442

SHEPHERD, JS solicitor Pt Lincoln 1906[-1913] Memorial 108/454

SHEPHERD, JS solicitor Glen Osmond 1913 Application 26221

SHEPHERD, Joseph Scoresby solicitor Adelaide 1913 Application 26269

SHEPHERD, Joseph Scoresby solicitor Adelaide 1926 Application 27407

SHEPHERD, Joseph Scoresby solicitor 6 Kent St, Hawthorn 1951, declared that he had been born 7/6/1871 at Silverton and went to be a solicitor in Pt Lincoln during 1905 Application 28850

SHEPHERD, norman Harry company secretary 13 Grenfell St, Adelaide 1942, declared that he was the Secretary of Charles GEDDES & Co Pty Ltd whose head office was at 13 Grenfell St, Adelaide Application 28338

No 1

SHEPHERD, Peter grazier Callington and Louisa Ellen Shepherd his wife. Elizabeth Ella Grace Shepherd spinster Callington also mentioned 1929 Memorial 86/501

SHEPHERD, Peter retired farmer Kanmantoo, died 31/3/1951 Parkside Mental Hospital, Eastwood. Husband of Louisa Ellen Shepherd of Callington. Father of Elizabeth Ella Grace Shepherd spinster Callington Memorials 168 & 169/526

SHEPHERD, Peter retired farmer Kanmantoo, died 31/3/1951 Parkside Mental Hospital, Eastwood, of cardio-vascular degeneration, senility and organic dementia, aged 88. Born at Woodside, he married and had a family of 2 daughters 1953 Application 28917

SHEPHERD, Rachel spinster Hawthorn Farm near Willunga 1853 Memorial 188/60 Spinster White Valley near Willunga 1853 Memorial 189/60

SHEPHERD, RH storekeeper Hectorville 1900 Memorial 190/441

No 1

SHEPHERD, Richard John gentleman Willunga 1852 Memorial 449/87

SHEPHERD, Richard John farmer Aldinga 1859 linked with Thomas Green Shepherd of 46 Fenchurch St, London, Middlesex, England Memorial 177/150

SHEPHERD, Richard John licensed victualler Sellick Hill 1861 Memorial 252/172

SHEPHERD, Richard John gentleman Aldinga Plains 1863 Application 4375.

SHEPHERD, Richard John formerly gentleman Willunga 1852 but now storekeeper Silverton Cape Jervis 1865 Application 6263

SHEPHERD, Richard John storekeeper Talisker Mine Hundred of Lincoln land grant 1868 Grant Book 21 Page 63 County Flinders

No 1

SHEPHERD, Robert farmer Hawthorn Farm near Willunga 1846[-1856] Memorial 399/6

SHEPHERD, Robert farmer Hundred of Willunga Trustee Independent Chapel Section 231 Hundred of Willunga 1850 Memorial 381/30

SHEPHERD, Robert farmer Section 220 near Willunga 1853 Memorial 73/47

SHEPHERD, Robert farmer Hawthorn Valley 1855 Memorial 188/83

SHEPHERD, Robert farmer Hawthorn Farm Aldinga Plains 1854[-1855] Memorial 214/152 Farmer Hawthorn Farm near White Valley Willunga 1859 Memorial 180/152

SHEPHERD, Robert farmer Aldinga Plains 1861 linked with John Shepherd farmer Yankalilla Application 2494

SHEPHERD, Robert farmer Hawthorn Farm Aldinga 1865 Application 6829

SHEPHERD, Robert farmer Hawthorn Farm, Aldinga, died 29/1/1867. By 1879, his family was situated thus: John Shepherd farmer Blyth Plains, Emanuel Shepherd farmer Aldinga, Thomas Shepherd farmer Yorke Peninsula; Hyett Shepherd farmer Aldinga, and Mary Jane HILL wife of Isaiah Hill famer formerly of Dalkey but now of Gladstone Memorial 210/317

SHEPHERD, Robert farmer Hawthorn Farm, Aldinga, died 29/1/1867. Family by 1901 - John Shepherd gentleman Goodwood, Emanuel Shepherd gentleman Maylands, Thomas Shepherd gentleman Nailsworth, Hyett Shepherd farmer Aldinga, and Mary Jane HILL widow Croydon Memorial 216/442

SHEPHERD, Robert farmer Hawthorne Farm, Aldinga, died 29/1/1867. His estate worth £2,500. Extremely complicated system of bequests and life interest in real estate to his children; Mary Jane Shepherd (later Mrs Isiah HILL), John Shepherd, Robert Shepherd, George Shepherd, Emanuel Shepherd, Thomas Shepherd, Hyett Shepherd, Joseph Shepherd, Rachel BEST, Hannah Shepherd, Elizabeth BODLE wife of John Bodle farmer Willunga, Ann Susannah HYDE wife of John Hyde farmer Yankalilla Application 27808

SHEPHERD, Robert farmer formerly of Hawthorne Farm near White's Valley 1855 now of Dalkey 1867 Application 8485

No 2

SHEPHERD, Robert draughtsman Prospect 1894 Memorial 47/420

SHEPHERD, Robert draughtsman Prospect Enfield Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee 1894 Application 27786.

SHEPHERD, Robert Charles farmer Myponga and Beryl Shepherd his wife 1950 Application 28731

SHEPHERD, Rupert Lloyd secretary Avenel Gardens 1946 Memorial 141/520

SHEPHERD, S law clerk Adelaide 1889 Memorial 68/396

No 1

SHEPHERD, Samuel grocer Norwood 1873 Application 12660

No 2

SHEPHERD, Samuel mason Laura Quorn (Hundred of Pichi Richi) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 49 Page 7 County Newcastle

SHEPHERD, Stephen gardener Glynde 1881 Application 18572

No 1

SHEPHERD, Thomas labourer Bexley on the Torrens 1846 Memorial 191/7

SHEPHERD (not Sheppard), Thomas gardener Bexley on the Torrens 1871 Memorial 19/252

No 2 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

SHEPHERD, Thomas merchant Adelaide 1847[-1848] Memorial 60/11

SHEPHERD, Thomas Esquire Adelaide 1850[-1853] Memorial 75/28

SHEPHERD, Thomas Esquire Marybank Fifth Creek 1851[-1853] Memorial 268/40

SHEPHERD, Thomas Esquire formerly of Marybank 1855 Memorial 430/80

SHEPHERD, Thomas Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now in parts beyond the seas 1855 Memorial 259/81

SHEPHERD, Thomas Esquire Cupar Co Fife, Scotland 1855 Memorial 192/82

Shepherd, Thomas the Elder Esquire Cupar, Co Fife, Scotland, power of attorney to BARTLEY, BAKEWELL & STOW solicitors Adelaide, to manage his SA mortgage properties 5/3/1855 Deposit 409/1856

SHEPHERD, Thomas the Younger Esquire formerly of Adelaide, but then of 12 Minto St, Newington, Edinburgh, Co Midlothian, Scotland, died 7/3/1858. The executors gave power of attorney to William BARTLEY, William BAKEWELL and Randolph Isham STOW solicitors Adelaide, to sell his SA estate and remit the funds to Scotland 2/4/1858. Estate worth £5,000. His children listed in the will - possibly born in SA Emily Dundas Murray Shepherd, Henry Metcalf Shepherd, Thomas Alexander Shepherd, Arthur Shepherd, Mary Shepherd. The Shepherd Estate lasted into the 1900s. The children were left in the care of his two sisters, Jane wife of Alexander Hood watchmaker Dunfermline, Co Fife, and Isabella wife of John Hood watchmaker Cupar, Co Fife. All or part of the SA estate was apparently not sold, but kept in trust for the benefit of Thomas Shepherd’s children. He was a foundation shareholder in the Princess Royal Mining Co Deposit 6/1859

SHEPHERD, Thomas gentleman formerly of Adelaide then of 12 Minto St Newington, Edinburgh, Co Midlothian, Scotland but now deceased 1862 Memorial 315/182

No 3

SHEPHERD, Thomas farmer Willunga 1849 Memorial 46/72

No 4 - perhaps the same person

SHEPHERD, Thomas farmer Bay Road 1858 Memorial 227/139

SHEPHERD, Thomas labourer Bay Road 1865 Memorial 127/203

SHEPHERD, Thomas farmer Glenelg 1866[-1870] Memorial 47/215

SHEPHERD, Thomas formerly farmer Glenelg 1866 but now carter Adelaide 1875 Application 14266

No 5

SHEPHERD, Thomas labourer Gloucester St, Prospect, died 10/12/1908, aged 65. Born Lemoor, Yorks, England Memorial 27/483

No 1

SHEPHERD, Thomas Green gentleman Willunga 1850 Memorial 147/20

SHEPHERD, Thomas Green formerly farmer Willunga but now storekeeper Auckland New Zealand 1861 Application 2148

No 1

SHEPHERD, Vidal farmer Aldinga 1909 Memorial 48/461

SHEPHERD, Vidal formerly farmer Aldinga now retired Glossop 1957, declared that he had grown up at Aldinga. 'when he was a child more than 50 years ago' Application 29228.

No 1

SHEPHERD, William farmer The Bremer Hundred of Tungkillo land grant 1868 Grant Book 58 Page 314 County Sturt

SHEPHERD, William farmer Maryfield near Harrogate, died 15/2/1882. Executors; James and John Shepherd farmers Maryfield 1892 Memorial 226/415

SHEPHERD, William farmer Maryfield near Harrogate, died 15/2/1882. He left his entire estate to his wife, Grace Shepherd, for life, then in remainder expectant in equal shares to his sons, John Shepherd, James Shepherd, William Shepherd, Peter Shepherd and Priestly David Shepherd farmers Maryfield Harrogate, after paying his daughter, Mary WILSON, £50. Estate worth £300 Application 22408

SHEPHERD, William Henry farmer Kangaroo Flat 1908[-1923] Memorial 241/459

SHEPHERD, William Paty stonemason Pt Lincoln 1859 Memorial 116/159

SHEPHERDSON, Allan Garfield saw miller Burton Rd, Athelstone, aged 65 in 1962, declared that he had lived at Athelstone since 1934 Application 29492

SHEPHERDSON, Anderson labourer Mt Gambier and Elizabeth Shepherdson his wife formerly Elizabeth SUMMERTON daughter of the late Edward Summerton formerly farmer Gawler Hills now deceased. Probably a relative to Frederick Summerton moulder Gawler 1877 Memorial 20/299

SHEPHERDSON, Arthur Town Clerk Corporation of Mt Gambier 1935, declared that he had been in that job since 1908 Application 27973

SHEPHERDSON, B accountant Mt Gambier 1876 Memorial 167/291

No 1 - perhaps the same person

SHEPHERDSON, D farmer South Richmond witnessed the will of John CHAMBERS Esquire South Richmond 1889 Memorial 16/400

SHEPHERDSON, David out of business Weeroopa [formerly Bismarck to 1918 later Brooklyn Park from 1942] near Cowandilla 1926, declared that he had lived in the area since 1876 Application 27326

No 1

SHEPHERDSON, George carpenter Littlehampton 1852[-1855] Memorial 135/41

No 2

SHEPHERDSON, George farmer South Richmond 1926 Application 27483.

No 1

SHEPHERDSON, GA auctioneer Mt Gambier 1906 Memorial 117/455

SHEPHERDSON, GA licensed landbroker Mt Gambier 1915 Memorial 5/472

No 1

SHEPHERDSON, James farmer Para Plains near Salisbury and Maria Shepherdson his wife 1886 Applications 20894 & 20895.

SHEPHERDSON, James farmer Para Plains, died 22/4/1893. Estate worth £990. Husband of Maria Shephardson widow Para Plains. Executor; David HUDDLESTONE wheelwright Enfield Memorial 129/417

SHEPHERDSON, James Richard labourer Richmond. Hundred of Adelaide land grantg 1911 Grant Book 2 Page 22 County Adelaide

No 1

SHEPHERDSON, John Banks farmer Craike Farm Hundred of Macclesfield 1848 Memorial 301/12

SHEPHERDSON, John Banks farmer Mt Barker 1849 Memorial 376/75

SHEPHERDSON, John Banks gentleman Mt Barker. Trustee Wesleyan Methodist Chapel Mt Barker 1850 Memorial 349/27

SHEPHERDSON, John Banks gentleman Mt Barker. Member South Eastern District Building and Investment Society 1859 Memorial 98/154

SHEPHERDSON, John Banks Esquire Wallaroo 1890 Memorial 184/403

No 1

SHEPHERDSON, John C teacher Nympivale Mt Gambier 1861 Memorial 180/179

SHEPHERDSON, John Craike accountant Mt Gambier 1875 Memorial 39/282

No 1

SHEPHERDSON, Richard farmer Richmond 1847 Memorial 69/9 Farmer South Richmond 1850[-1877] Memorial 111/23

SHEPHERDSON, Richard farmer Richmond, died 1878. He left his entire £25 estate to James Shepherdson of Salisbury his brother Memorial 196/311

No 1

SHEPHERDSON, Robert timber merchant Littlehampton 1851 Memorial 66/32

SHEPHERDSON, Robert farmer Littlehampton 1857 Memorial 169/114

SHEPHERDSON, Robert sawyer formerly of Littlehampton 1858 but now of Heslerton Vic 1863 Application 4193

SHEPHERDSON, William Bosenworth town clerk Mt Gambier 1886[-1895] Memorial 207/380, Application 22564 No 1

SHEPHERDSON, William Woolas farmer Salisbury Plains. Salisbury Methodist Church trustee 1912 Memorial 245/465

SHEPHERDSON, William Woolas farmer Salisbury Plains 1913[-1915] Memorial 164/468, Application 26223.

SHEPHERDSON, William Woolas farmer Para Plains near Salisbury, died 26/5/1943 Salisbury. Husband of Elizabeth Shepherdson. Father of Albert Shepherdson, Harold Shepherdson, Elsie Shepherdson, Hilda Shepherdson, and Victoria CAMERON wife of Colin John Cameron farmer Redcliffe Vic Memorial 163/517

No 1

SHEPLEY, Abel labourer Coromandel Valley linked with Enoch Shepley storekeeper Coromandel Valley 1870 Memorial 61/248

SHEPLEY, Abel labourer Coromandel Valley 1882 Memorial 201/340

No 1

SHEPLEY, Enoch farmer Coromandel Valley 1856 Memorial 9/105

SHEPLEY, Enoch Shepley storekeeper Coromandel Valley and Lucy Priscilla Shepley his wife 1862 Application 3240

SHEPLEY, Enoch storekeeper Coromandel Valley 1863[-1880] Memorial 121/187, Application 18242

SHEPLEY, Enoch formerly storekeeper but now farmer Coromandel Valley 1886 Memorial 221/378

SHEPLEY, Enoch formerly storekeeper but now grazier and teamster Coromandel Valley 1892 Memorial 12/412

No 1

SHEPLEY, John tanner married Ann WILKINS widow, on 23/8/1852 St John’s Halifax St, Adelaide Witnesses: Richard and Mary HAYWOOD. Ann Shepley storekeeper Lower Mitcham, died 26/12/1876, of old age, aged 63. Ann Shepley was the widow of Edwin WILKINS farmer Lower Mitcham, who had died c1851. George Edwin Wilkins yeoman Lower Mitcham was the only child by her first marriage 1881 Application 18886

SHEPLEY, John yeoman Lower Mitcham 1855[-1858] Memorial 115/81

SHEPLEY, John formerly yeoman 1855 but now farmer and poundkeeper Lower Mitcham 1875 Application 14501

No 1

SHEPLEY, LH clerk to WJ VANDENBERGH notary public Adelaide 1898 Memorial 243/435

SHEPLEY, LH solicitor Kadina 1914 Memorial 75/470

SHEPLEY, Thomas farmer Coromandel Valley 1860 Memorial 94/166

No 1

SHEPLEY, Thomas Brushfield gentleman Stepney 1869 Memorial 142/236

SHEPLEY, Thomas Brushfield agent's clerk Queenstown 1869 Application 10299.

SHEPLEY, Thomas Brushfield agent Queenstown 1870 Application 10930.

SHEPLEY, Walter Thomas farmer Coromandel Valley 1886[-1892] Memorial 103/381

SHEPPARD, Charles Fisher farmer Tarpeena Hundred of Mt Muirhead land grant 1880 Grant Book 31 Page 196 County Grey

No 1

SHEPPARD, CG clerk to EJ RONALD solicitor Adelaide 1897[-1905] Memorial 245/431, Application 27665

SHEPPARD, Charles G clerk Adelaide 1901 Memorial 109/445

No 1

SHEPPARD, Edward gentleman Adelaide 1851 Memorial 284/28

SHEPPARD, Edward druggist formerly of Adelaide but now of Melbourne Vic 1853 Memorial 439/51

SHEPPARD, Edward gentleman formerly of Adelaide, but now of Bendigo Vic for a period, power of attorney to John Barton HACK gentleman Lefevre Tce, North Adelaide to manage his property 12/1/1853 Deposit 16/OA

SHEPPARD, Edward formerly of Adelaide but now of Bendigo Vic 1853[-1854] Memorial 75/47

SHEPPARD, Ernest Alfred motor body trimmer 28 Nelson St, Stepney changed his name to Ernest Alfred Sheppard EMMERTON 1938. Born 23/3/1916 Kalgoorlie WA, the son of Albert and Gerd Sheppard. After Albert Sheppard died, Gerd Sheppard remarried to Oliver David Emmerton of 28 Nelson St, Stepney Memorial 174/511

SHEPPARD, Frederick dairyman Springton Hundred of Para Wurlie land grant 1878 Grant Book 19 Page 6 County Fergusson

No 1

SHEPPARD, John labourer Pewsey Vale 1856[-1859] Memorial 486/98

No 2

SHEPPARD, John storekeeper Littlehampton 1877 Application 16360.

No 1

SHEPPARD, Thomas gardener Marion 1853[-1855] Memorial 26/51

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

SHEPPARD, Thomas gardener Bexley on the Torrens 1855[-1856] Memorial 105/81

SHEPPARD, Thomas farmer Bexley on the Torrens 1856 Memorial 301/109

SHEPPARD, William Patey stone mason Pt Lincoln 1864 Memorial 156/199

No 1

SHEPPEARD, Charles Fisher accountant Pt Adelaide 1853[-1861] Memorial 4/50

SHEPPEARD, Charles Fisher storekeeper Tarpeena 1864 Memorial 186/193

SHEPPERD, Henry Herbert and James farmers Lake Wangary 1891 Memorial 104/409

No 1

SHEPPERD, James mason Pt Lincoln Hundred of Lake Wangary land grant 1877 Grant Book 177 Page 8 County Flind

SHEPPERD, James builder Lake Wangary near Pt Lincoln 1893 Memorial 207/417

SHEPPERD, James farmer Lake Wangary 1906 declared that he had owned certain land in Pt Lincoln since 1868 and gave that real estate to his sister Elizabeth WATHERSTON widow Sheringa in 1890 Application 25453

No 1

SHEPPERD, Samuel stonemason Noarlunga 1852 Memorial 35/40

SHEPPERD, Samuel farmer Noarlunga 1853[-1855] Memorial 296/46 Kingston Wesleyan Methodist chapel trustee 1855 Memorial 395/93

SHEPPERD, Samuel mason Pt Lincoln 1865 Memorial 283/205

SHERIDAN, Eliza of Adelaide formerly Eliza GIBSON spinster Hamilton on the Light 1896 Memorial 211/427

SHERIDAN, Frederick Joseph licensed victualler Mt Sir Samuel WA 1903 Memorial 67/450

SHERIDAN, Grantley Incledon Bingham manager Bank of NSW Adelaide branch 1933 Memorial 54/506

SHERIDAN, Hugh bootmaker Adelaide Australasian Catholic Benefit Society trustee 1884 Memorial 196/358

No 1

SHERIDAN, James carter Adelaide 1854[-1884] Memorial 193/78

SHERIDAN, James bootmaker Adelaide 1884 Memorial 165/359

No 2

SHERIDAN, James labourer South Road 1871 Memorial 62/254

SHERIDAN, James engineer Goodwood 1874 Memorial 14/274

SHERIDAN, Alice Selina widow Goodwood Rd near Cottonville, died 1910. Mother of Margaret Sheridan spinster Westbourne Park, Alice Selina THOMPSON married woman Adelaide, Mary WOOD wife of William Henry Wood labourer Redfern and Annie CASKEY wife of Charles Caskey labourer Mitcham Park. AS Sheridan was a daughter of Magaret Elizabeth CHESTER widow of the late William Chester farmer Goodwood, who died 8/1/1899, of senile decay, aged 76. Alice Selina Chester 21 spinster servant Goodwood Road, married James SHERIDAN 27 bachelor Goodwood Rd (Father: Cornelius Sheridan) on 3/10/1874 St Patrick's Grote St, Adelaide. Minister: A BOURKE. Witnesses: Henry Chester labourer Goodwood Rd and Carrie HOWARD servant Lower Mitcham Application 26022.

No 3

SHERIDAN, James farmer Belalie Co Victoria. Hundred of Black Rock Plain land grant 1882 Grant Book 13 Page 111 County Dalhousie

No 1

SHERIDAN, John Beal Clerk to William T SABBEN solicitor Adelaide 1851[-1857] Memorial 32/31

SHERIDAN, John B clerk to William Thompson SABBEN solicitor Adelaide 1852[-1857] Memorial 14/40

SHERIDAN, John Beal law clerk North Adelaide 1857 Memorial 251/119

SHERIDAN, John Beal law clerk North Adelaide, power of attorney to his brother, Reginald Sheridan printer North Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 31/12/1859 Deposit 162/1860

SHERIDAN, John B clerk to Messrs STOW, BRUCE & AYERS solicitors Adelaide 1866 Memorial 171/236

SHERIDAN, John B clerk to Messrs STOW & BRUCE solicitors Adelaide 1867[-1868] Memorial 48/225

SHERIDAN, John B clerk to Messrs STOW, BRUCE & AYERS solicitors Adelaide 1868 Memorial 108/235

SHERIDAN, John B law clerk Adelaide 1871 Memorial 163/251

SHERIDAN, John Beal solicitor Adelaide 1875 Memorial 124/282

SHERIDAN, John Henry barman Jamestown Co Victoria. Morchard (Hundred of Coomooroo) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 13 Page 250 County Dalhousie

SHERIDAN, Mary spinster Farrell Flat Co Stanley. Hundred of Morgan land grant 1882 Grant Book 13 Page 417 County Dalhousie

No 1

SHERIDAN, Michael farmer Farrell Flat Co Stanley. Hundred of Whyte land grant 1879 Grant Book 60 Page 55 County Victoria

No 2 - not husband and wife but perhaps connected

SHERIDAN, Michael labourer Pt Lincoln 1886 Application 20858

SHERIDAN, Mary widow Pt Lincoln, relict of Michael Sheridan who died in 1867 Application 25432.

No 1

SHERIDAN, Patrick farmer Pt Lincoln 1890 Memorial 240/404

SHERIDAN, Patrick farmer formerly of Pt Lincoln but now of Elliston 1914 Memorial 24/470

SHERIDAN, Reginald gentleman Adelaide 1859[-1879] Memorial 378/160

SHERIDAN, Terence James billiard saloon proprietor formerly of Solomontown near Pt Pirie but then of Glenelg, died 21/11/1922. Brother of Mary Ann SEXTON of Caltowie, Elizabeth REIDY of Pt Pirie West, Rose HANSBERRY (wife of Lawrence Hansberry formerly police constable Balaklava but now police sergeant Clare), Thomas Sheridan of Yatina, Michael Sheridan of Goodwood Park and Francis Seridan of Perth WA Memorial 197/493

No 1

SHERIDAN, Thomas farmer Saddleworth Co Light. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1879 Grant Book 60 Page 130 County Victoria

No 2

SHERIDAN, Thomas the Younger farmer Hundred of Morgan Co Dalhousie 1887 Memorial 52/383

SHERIDAN, Thomas Joseph farmer and grazier Yatina. Hundred of Morgan land grant 1951 Grant Book 13 Page 466 County Dalhousie

SHERIDAN, Thomas William fisherman Exeter 1881 Application 18837

No 1

SHERIFF, Frank Edward Albert butcher 1911 Memorial 100/464

SHERIFF, Frank Edward Albert formerly butcher but now dealer Gawler Railway 1924 Memorial 96/491

SHERIFF, Frank Edward Albert out of business Gawler, aged 64 in 1936 Application 28027

SHERIFF, Frank Edward Albert formerly butcher Gawler but now dealer Adelaide 1937 Memorial 25/511

No 1

SHERIFF, George butcher Gawler 1857[-1874] Memorial 80/123

SHERIFF, George butcher Gawler 1877 Application 16213

SHERIFF, George butcher Gawler, died 6/9/1891. Husband of Mary Ann Sheriff. His family included - Ann Maria Elizabeth EVERETT wife of Edward Gamble Everett storekeeper Dublin, John Joseph Sheriff butcher Gawler, Martha Olivia Adelaide Everett wife of Herbert Havelock Everett draper Adelaide and William Robert George Sheriff engine fitter Gawler Memorial 97/415

SHERIFF, George butcher Gawler, died 5/9/1891. Executors; Mary Ann Sheriff (died 14/11/1910) and John Joseph Sheriff butcher Gawler. Associated with the family in 1911; Edward Gamble EVERETT storekeeper Albany WA and Evan GWYNNE blacksmith Willaston Memorials 90 & 99/464

SHERIFF, Mary Ann widow of George Sheriff butcher Gawler, died 14/11/1910 Reid St, Gawler, of senile decay and heart failure, aged 64. Born Sussex, England. To SA 60 years ago. Married at 33. 2 sons 1 daughter living; 1 son 1 daughter deceased Application 27179.

SHERIFF, Henry farmer Underdale 1898 Memorial 236/434

No 1 - perhaps the same person

SHERIFF, John farmer Clarendon 1874[-1878] Memorial 110/273

SHERIFF, John farmer Yankalilla Hundred of Minlacowie land grant 1882 Grant Book 19 Page 257 County Fergusson

No 1

SHERIFF, John Joseph butcher Gawler 1892 Memorial 97/415

SHERIFF, John Joseph butcher Gawler 1911 Memorial 100/464

SHERIFF, Thomas farmer Home Park near Adelaide 1856[-1860] Memorial 17/101

SHERIFF, William Robert George engine fitter Gawler 1892[-1899] Memorial 97/415

SHERLOCK, George bachelor tanner St James’s parish Melbourne Vic m Catherine HYDE widow St James’s parish Melbourne Vic, on 15/3/1843. Their eldest son, William born 14/9/1845 Melbourne Vic. The family shifted to SA, where they lived at Hindmarsh, and then the Little Para (Section 3122 Hundred of Munno Para - 39 acres), where George Sherlock farmer died July 1850 intestate, and was buried in the Hindmarsh Cemetery. William Sherlock inherited as heir at law. By 1866, he was a farmer at Prospect Hill near Black Springs. George BEALE of Hindmarsh knew the family well. Catherine Sherlock had become Catherine HOLMES by 1866. Application 8003

SHERLOCK, George farmer formerly of Hindmarsh 1848 late Little Para, died July 1850 intestate. William Sherlock farmer Prospect Hill, his eldest son, inherited his estate as heir at law 1866 Application 8003

SHERLOCK, William labourer Navan 1940 Application 28275.No 1

SHERMAN, Thomas clerk Adelaide 1886[-1902] Memorial 223/377

SHERMAN, Thomas accountant Adelaide 1903 Memorial 64/449

SHERMAN, TG accountant Adelaide 1915 Memorial 75/472

SHERMAN, William farmer Kensington 1847[-1853] Memorial 330/9

SHERRAH, Evan labourer Adelaide Hundred of Dublin land grant 1880 Grant Book 26 Page 346 County Gawler

No 1

SHERRAH, Moses Evan civil servant North Kensington 1929 Application 27732

SHERRAH, Moses Evan civil servant North Kensington. Kensington Methodist Church trustee 1929 Memorial 68/501

No 1

SHERRARD, Leslie James merchant Melbourne Vic 1869 Memorial 184/238

SHERRARD, Leslie James merchant late of Melbourne Vic, but now of London, England, power of attorney to William Henry CHARNOCK merchant Adelaide to manage his SA business affairs 25/6/1872 Deposit 90/1872

No 1

SHERRARD, William farmer Glenelg 1858 Memorial 235/184

SHERRARD, William farmer Bay Road 1862 Memorial 40/138

SHERRIDAN, John farmer Belalie 1886 Memorial 61/381

No 1

SHERRIFF, George and William farmers Morphett Vale 1865 Memorial 219/201

SHERRIFF, George farmer Dalrymple trustee Institute Stansbury township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 19 Page 463 County Fergusson

SHERRIFF, George farmer formerly of Morphett Vale but now of Stansbury Yorke Peninsula 1881 Application 18954

SHERRIFF, George farmer Yorketown trustee Show purposes Hundred of Melville land grant 1889 Grant Book 19 Page 86 County Fergusson

SHERRIFF, George farmer Stansbury Hundred of Dalrymple land grant 1902 Grant Book 19 Page 149 County Fergusson

No 1

SHERRIFF, James farmer Morphett Vale Hundred of Dalrymple land grant 1878 Grant Book 19 Page 138 County Fergusson

SHERRIFF, James farmer Dalrymple Hundred of Dalrymple land grant 1889 Grant Book 19 Page 148 County Fergusson

SHERRIFF, James farmer Stansbury Stansbury township allotment land grant 1910 Grant Book 19 Page 463 County Fergusson

No 1

SHERRIFF, John farmer Morphett Vale Stansbury township allotment land grant 1873 Grant Book 19 Page 461 County Fergusson

SHERRIFF, John farmer Baroota trustee Public Cemetery Hundred of Baroota land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 696 County Frome

SHERRIFF, John farmer Baroota trustee unnamed Church Hundred of Baroota land grant 1886 Grant Book 24 Page 697 County Frome

SHERRIFF, John farmer Baroota 1892[-1898] Memorial 92/412

No 1

SHERRIFF, William farmer Morphett Vale 1847[-1878] Memorial 144/9

SHERRIFF, William farmer Morphett Vale 1855 Victoria School House (pt Section 635 Hundred of Noarlunga) trustee Memorial 230/81 Morphett Vale District School trustee 1856 Memorial 199/105

No 2

SHERRIFF, William farm servant Morphett Vale 1879 Application 19722

SHERRING, George the Younger brickmaker Hindmarsh 1859 Hindmarsh Oddfellow's Lodge trustee Memorial 151/159

SHERRING, James House printer Adelaide 1860[-1864] Memorial 30/166

SHERVILLE, Edith married woman formerly of 31 Myrtle Ave, Myrtle Bank, but now of 6 Wellington St, Glandore 1957 Memorial 163/531

No 1

SHERWELL, Stephen farmer Para Plains 1852[-1853] Memorial 461/38

SHERWELL, Stephen labourer Prospect 1853 Memorial 302/60

SHERWELL, Stephen farmer Tothill Creek 1874 Memorial 91/273

SHERWIN, Alfred Huntley insurance manager Adelaide 1921, Manager for the Alliance Assurance Co Ltd, of Universal Buildings, Grenfell St, Adelaide Application 27006

SHERWIN, Peter wheelwright Adelaide 1854 Memorial 57/69

No 1

SHERWOOD, Alfred steward Adelaide 1860 Application 1657

SHERWOOD, Alfred steward Adelaide Hundred of MacDonnell land grant 1864 Grant Book 30 Page 276 County Grey

SHERWOOD, Alfred bank messenger Adelaide 1884 Memorial 330/192

SHERWOOD, Alfred bank messenger North Adelaide (Melbourne St) 1886 Memorial 47/375

SHERWOOD, Alfred gentleman North Adelaide, died c1904. Husband of Jessie Sherwood. Father of Alfred Charles Sherwood Memorial 47/452

No 1

SHERWOOD, Allen farmer Redbanks Hundred of Dalkey land grant 1882 Grant Book 26 Page 239 County Gawler

SHERWOOD, Allen farmer Dalkey Hundred of Dalkey land grant 1885 Grant Book 26 Page 247 County Gawler

SHERWOOD, Charles farmer Mt Barker 1861 Memorial 74/175

SHERWOOD, Charles William baker Glenelg 1867 Application 8758

SHERWOOD, Loris Arthur formerly butcher but now out of business Truro 1946 Memorial 179/523

SHERWOOD, William farmer Bay Road 1855[-1858] Memorial 88/90

No 1

SHETLIFF, Joseph engineer Goolwa 1881 Memorial 164/329

SHETLIFF, Joseph engineer Goolwa 1888 Application 21430

SHETLIFF, Joseph engineer Gawler. The late Samuel Shetliff named but not described 1889 Memorial 104/397

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

SHETLIFF, Samuel farmer The Goolwa 1853 Memorial 253/62

SHETLIFF, Samuel builder Goolwa 1863 Application 4227

SHETLIFF, Samuel ship owner Goolwa died 1880. His estate worth £2,680 Memorial 229/324

SHETLIFF, Samuel gentleman Pt Wakefield 1887 Memorial 142/387

SHIELD, John farmer Tea Tree Gully 1890 Memorial 206/404

SHIELD, Richard Thomas Esquire Roper St, Adelaide 1851[-1853] Memorial 418/33

SHIELDS, Ann widow Bowden 1905, declared that she had lived in Bowden since June 1865. She had remodelled her cottage on lots 233-234 soon after she went to live there and had remained there ever since, except when she visited Western Australia between January 1902-January 1903. A Shields could not write Application 24899

SHIELDS, Hannah [probably spinster White Cliffs Booleroo; also Mrs James LOGAN of White Cliffs] of Booleroo Hundred of Booleroo land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 622 County Frome

No 1

SHIELDS, Samuel labourer Redruth 1851 Memorial 355/37

No 2

SHIELDS, Samuel bootmaker Rhynie Hundred of English land grant 1868 Grant Book 17 Page 163 County Eyre

No 3

SHIELDS, Samuel farmer Paskeville 1901 Grant Book 14 Page 296 County Daly

SHIELDS, Thomas Patrick carter Pt Adelaide 1876 Memorial 126/291

SHIELDS, William of East Auburn 1869 Application 10258

SHIELL, George formerly of Kapunda, declared a bankrupt 1860 Memorial 95/166

No 1

SHIELS, Archibald yeoman Littlehampton 1855[-1859] Memorial 373/92

SHIELS, Archibald road surveyor Littlehampton 1856 Memorial 16/105

SHIELS, Archibald labourer Littlehampton 1889 Application 21708

SHIELS, David commission agent Mt Gambier 1875[-1877] Memorial 77/282

SHIELS, Finbarr P bank clerk Petersburg 1896 Memorial 237/45

No 1

SHIELS, John manager Bank of Adelaide Adelaide branch 1891[-1907] Memorial 140/407

SHIELS, John Manager of the Bank of Adelaide King William St, Adelaide 1902 Application 24507.

SHIELS, John Manager Bank of Adelaide Adelaide Branch 1889 Application 21765.

SHIELS, John Manager of the Bank of SA Adelaide Branch King William St, Adelaide 1896 Application 23141

SHIELS, Patrick police trooper Millicent Hundred of Mt Muirhead land grant 1880 Grant Book 31 Page 197 County Grey

SHIELS, Thomas Patrick Charles carter Rosewater 1920 Application 26843

No 1

SHIER, Walter F accountant William WADHAM & Co auctioneers Adelaide 1880 Memorial 120/323

SHIER, Walter F of King William St, Adelaide 1882 Memorial 147/339

No 1

SHIERLAW, George Crooks draper Adelaide 1875 Memorial 11/284

SHIERLAW, Mary Jane widow Canterbury Vic relict of the late George Crooks Shierlaw formerly clothier Adelaide but now deceased 1903 Memorial 50/448

No 1

SHIERLAW, HA law clerk Adelaide 1902 Memorial 56/447

SHIERLAW, HA solicitor Adelaide 1926 Memorial 14/496

SHIERLAW, JL clerk Adelaide 1881 Memorial 101/335

SHIERLAW, Joseph Craig clothier’s assistant Adelaide, power of attorney to George Crooks Shierlaw clothier Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 31/12/1874 Deposit 1/1875

No 1

SHIERLAW, Samuel Barr tailor and clothier Adelaide (Hindley St) 1900 Memorial 13/442

SHIERLAW, Samuel Barr manufacturer Adelaide 1917 Application 26565.

No 1

SHIERLAW, William draper Adelaide (Hindley St) 1876 Application 15371

SHIERLAW, William director Royal Building Society formerly known as the North Adelaide and General Building Society 1888 Memorial 32/392

SHILES, Henry farmer Hindmarsh 1851 Memorial 370/34

No 1

SHILL, Noah engine driver Beverley 1886 Application 20999

SHILL, Noah labourer York 1888 Application 21517

No 1 - the Elder

SHILLABEER, Andrew butcher Adelaide 1843 Memorial 123/3

SHILLABEER, Andrew farmer The Hermitage Little Para 1848[-1854] Memorial 209/12

SHILLABEER, Andrew farmer Gould Creek. Hundred of Yatala land grant 1854 Grant Book 1 Page 70 County Adelaide

SHILLABEER, Andrew farmer Gould Creek 1855 Memorial 36/81

SHILLABEER, Andrew farmer Gould Creek near the Little Para 1856 Memorial 203/110

SHILLABEER, Andrew yeoman Addy Ford near The Hermitage 1860 Application 1387

SHILLABEER, Andrew the Elder farmer Tam O'Shanter Belt, died 8/4/1866. He called his farm on Section 5456 Hundred of Yatala Spring Park, which he left to his widow, Sophia Shillabeer, in trust for life, and then to their son, Samuel Roe Shillabeer farmer Rapid Bay, absolutely in remainder expectant. Mrs Shillabeer died in 1878 Application 27484

No 1 - the Younger

SHILLABEER, Andrew the Younger farmer Gould Creek 1862 Memorial 347/186

SHILLABEER, Andrew blacksmith One Tree Hill in the Sources of the Little Para 1879[-1913] Memorial 223/315

No 1

SHILLABEER, Andrew William of Croydon, died 27/2/1922. Husband of Fanny Elizabeth Shillabeer. Father of Hubert Hurtle Shillabeer Memorial 90/489

SHILLABEER, Andrew William farmer Croydon, died 27/2/1922. He left his wife, Fanny Elizabeth Shillabeer, his household personal estate and allotments in Croydon Ave, Croydon Park. His son, Hubert Hurtle Shillabeer farmer Croydon inherited the remainder of his £34,000 estate. AW Shillabeer had to pay his mother, Sarah Shillabeer, an annuity of £100 at £2 a week for her lifetime, between 1882-1895. Between 1895-1897, she lived with her son, AW Shillabeer and his wife, 'and during that time was well clothed, fed, housed and comfortably cared for by us in lieu of the said annuity'. Sarah Shillabeer widow of the late Samuel Roe Shillabeer farmer Torrens Rd, near Ridleyton, died 13/3/1897, of fatty degeneration of the heart, aged 86 Application 27148

SHILLABEER, Hubert Hurtle and Kenneth James Shillabeer dairy farmers Croydon sons of Fannie Elizabeth Shillabeer widow Croydon. Also mother of the late Lois Elsie COMPTON wife of Walter Compton, whose children were Dudley Rex Compton, Lorna Fanny Compton, Don Beresford Compton, Nancy Muriel Compton and Marjorie Lois Compton 1926 Memorial 165/495

No 1

SHILLABEER, Robert Smyth farmer Walloway 1882 Book 13 Page 259 County Dalhousie

SHILLABEER, Robert Smyth farmer Caltowie 1883 Memorial 138/349

No 1 – son of Andrew Shillabeer

SHILLABEER, Samuel Roe yeoman Adelaide 1843 Memorial 125/3 SHILLABEER, Samuel Roe yeoman Adelaide 1847 Memorial 477/9 SHILLABEER, Samuel Roe farmer Pentonville 1848 Memorial 11/13

SHILLABEER, Samuel Roe farmer Tam O'Shanter Belt 1854 Memorial 430/70

SHILLABEER, Samuel farmer Tam O'Shanter Belt 1876[-1896] Application 15354, Application 23174.

SHILLABEER, Samuel Roe farmer near the Port Road 1878 Memorial 109/306

SHILLABEER, Samuel Roe farmer Rapid Bay 1887 Memorial 226/384

No 2 – probably the Elder

SHILLABEER, Samuel Roe ‘in the vicinity of Adelaide’ lease of part Section 375 for 14 years from 1/8/1848 Memorial 271/85

SHILLABEER, Samuel tenant Section 375 … on the north-eastern side of the road from Adelaide to Pt Adelaide 1855 Memorial 301/92

SHILLABEER, Samuel Roe the Elder farmer Islington, died 20/2/1882. £100 annuity to his wife, Sarah Shillabeer, guaranteed for life or until her remarriage. All the personal and most of the real estate to his two sons, Samuel Roe Shillabeer the Younger and Andrew William Shillabeer absolutely. His daughter, Mary Rundle, wife of Henry RUNDLE butcher Bowden, to get the money from the sale of her father’s portion of Section 375 Hundred of Yatala. The sons to be responsible for paying their mother’s annuity. Estate worth under £400 Enrolment 50/53

No 3 – the Younger

SHILLABEER, Samuel Roe the Younger farmer Islington, died 17/4/1882 intestate and without a father. His £5,000 estate to his mother, Sarah Shillabeer, to administer Enrolment 51/53

SHILLABEER, Sophia Down spinster Hundred of Para Wirra Co Adelaide 1852 Memorial 340/42

SHILLABEER, William Andrew farmer Torrens Road near Brompton 1896 Application 23174

No 1

SHILLABEER, William Henry farmer Chain of Ponds 1853 Memorial 351/53

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

SHILLABEER, William Henry farmer Caltowie. Hundred of Caltowie land grant 1879 Grant Book 60 Page 190 County Victoria

SHILLABEER, William Henry farmer Salter Springs Co Gawler. Hundred of Caltowie land grant 1880 Grant Book 60 Page 192 County Victoria

SHILLABEER, William Henry farmer formerly of Caltowie but now of Walloway 1880 Memorial 84/330

No 3

SHILLABEER, William Henry the Younger farmer Caltowie Co Victoria. Hundred of Walloway land grant 1882 Grant Book 13 Page 224 County Dalhousie

SHILLAKER, WH clerk Adelaide 1914[-1915] Memorial 76/471

SHIM, Sam & Co of Quorn 1894 Memorial 242/421

SHINKFIELD, William Robert gentleman Stepney 1893 Application 22440

No 1

SHINNERS, Luke saddler Adelaide 1855[-1874] Memorial 166/90

SHINNERS, Luke harness maker Adelaide 1863 Memorial 124/192

No 1

SHINNICK, John sawyer Adelaide linked with Catherine Shinnick widow Adelaide 1848 Memorial 448/11

SHINNICK, John farmer Pine Creek near Linwood 1865 Application 6419

SHINNICK, John farmer near Linwood Co Light. Hundred of Koolunga land grant 1881 Grant Book 55 Page 190 County Stanley

SHINNICK, John farmer Koolunga 1886 Memorial 128/374

SHINNICK, John Senr farmer Koolunga, died 12/1/1888, of intestinal obstruction, aged 67. His wife, Ellen Theresa Shinnick, died 24/6/1903 near Clare, of pneumonia and pleurisy, aged 70. Their children were: Katherine born 10/1/1853 married and lived at Broken Hill, died leaving 2 daughters and 1 son; John George born 13/7/1856; Patrick born 22/6/1858 died before reaching 21; George born 26/7/1860 died before reaching 21; Mary born 22/4/1863; William born 3/8/1865 labourer Adelaide 1903; Ellen born 12/1/1867; Elizabeth born 5/1/1869; Thomas Peter born 8/6/1871; Bridget born 22/12/1874 died before reaching 21 Application 24663

SHINNICK, Ellen widow Arkaba 1889 Memorial 214/400

SHINNICK, John George Junr labourer formerly of Broken Hill NSW now of Pt Pirie 1903 Application 24663

SHINNICK, Michael blacksmith Adelaide 1850 Memorial 451/23

SHIPARD, Francis gentleman Pt Lincoln, aged 78 in 1951, declared that he had lived near Pt Lincoln for 26 years Application 28839

No 1

SHIPARD, John farmer Colton 1885 Memorial 192/367

SHIPARD, John farmer and grazier Hundred of Colton 1887 Memorial 2/385

SHIPARD, John of Fowler Bay and Vivian Shipard his wife nee Vivian STANDLEY 1895 Memorial 83/425

SHIPARD, Thomas farmer Carrieton 1897 Memorial 193/430

No 1

SHIPARD, William yeoman Hay Valley 1854[-1855] Memorial 230/69

SHIPARD, William farmer formerly of Hay Valley near Nairne 1855 but now of Mt Pleasant 1867 Application 8276.

No 2

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

No 1

SHIPARD, William Arthur farmer formerly of Yantanabie 1939 Memorial 90/513

SHIPARD, William Arthur farmer formerly of Yantanabie but now of Poonindie 1950 Memorial 128/524

No 1

SHIPP, James labourer Thebarton 1850[-1854] Memorial 434/25

SHIPP, James farmer Thebarton 1856 Memorial 237/97

SHIPP, James of George St, Thebarton, died c1863. Husband of Lavinia Shipp. Father of Eliza Shipp, James Shipp and Jane Shipp Memorial 293/189

SHIPP, James labourer Thebarton, died 26/6/1869. He left his entire esate to his wife, Lavinia Shipp, for life, and free from the control of any future husband, then to his children in equal shares. Estate worth £100. Lavinia Shipp died 29/7/1894 George St, Old Thebarton, of old age, aged 73. The chilren inherited the Shipp estate - Lavinia Shipp 18 Thebarton married John JONES 20 labourer Hindmarsh (Father: George Jones) on 5/2/1874 Mrs Shipp's residence Thebarton. Minister: Jesse COLBOURNE. Witnesses: Thomas DYKE wheelwright Croydon and Eliza Shipp. John Jones labourer Maria St Old Thebarton, died 18/5/1893, of epithelioma of the lip, aged 39; Eliza Shipp 18 married Thomas DYKE 22 bachelor wheelwright Thebarton (Father John Thomas Dyke) on 24/5/1875 Shipp residence Thebarton. Minister: Jesse Colbourne. Witnesses: Jane Shipp Thebarton and John JONES labourer Thebarton, by 1894 Thomas Dyke was a wheelwright at Southwark; John Shipp farmer Mile End; Jane Shipp 19 married William Frederick Edward NICHOLS 22 mason Thebarton (Father: William Nichols) on 25/12/1880 Mrs Shipp's residence Thebarton. Minister: Henry Downes SMITH. Witnesses: Thomas WILLIAMS mason Adelaide and Shara JONES home duties Hindmarsh, by 1894 William Nichols was a builder in Sandhurst Vic Application 22789

SHIPP, John labourer Maria St, Thebarton 1914, declared that he had lived in the village for 53 years Application 26335

No 1

SHIPSTER, George Frederick Esquire Gray's Inn, London, Middlesex, England 1843 Application 27228

SHIPSTER, George Frederick solicitor St Clement Danes parish, Middlesex, England married Emma MADDOCK of St Luke's parish Chelsea at St Luke's on 18/9/1833. The only surviving child of the marriage, Henry Frederick Shipster, born 13/10/1834 in Hortulan Cottage Kings Road, was baptised 2/11/1834 St Luke's Chelsea. A daughter died before her father. From 1852 until he turned 21 in 1855, HF Shipster was living with Alfred Beamont Maddock Doctor of Medicine 56 Curzon St, Mayfair, Middlesex. In 1855, HF Shipster went to SA to claim his father's real estate, as his heir at law Application 28751

No 1

SHIPSTER, Henry Frederick a minor Lockleys 1847 Memorial 378/8 [Was he staying with JH FISHER Esquire Lockleys, after his father died??]

SHIPSTER, Henry Frederick Esquire Springfield near Mitcham 1873 Application 12617

SHIPSTER, Henry Frederick Esquire Glenelg 1877 Memorial 178/301

SHIPSTER, Henry Frederick Esquire of parts beyond the sea and Henry Reginald Shipster Esquire Lieutenant in HM Navy of parts beyond the sea, power of attorney to George Lewis YOUNG wharfinger Pt Adelaide, to manage the business affairs of Princes Wharf, Pt Adelaide 29/1/1901. This attorneyship was made out in the name of Queen Victoria. When he issued a new power of attorney on 12/4/1907, to Elder, Smith & Co, Ltd, Currie St, Adelaide, HR Shipster was a Lieutenant on HM Ship Victorious Deposits 22/1904 & 23/1907

No 1

SHIPTON, George labourer Cheltenham 1857 Memorial 313/121

SHIPTON, George labourer Cheltenham 1861 Application 2048.

SHIPTON, George yeoman Cheltenham 1866[-1895] Memorial 232/216

SHIPTON, George labourer Cheltenham 1878 Application 16844

SHIPTON, George out of business Cheltenham 1885. He said that he had lived continuously in the town since 1850 Application 20542.

SHIPTON, George Norman retired c/- Aquinas College 19 Palmer Place, North Adelaide, aged 68 in 1969. Prior to her remarriage, he had a widowed sister called Mrs AAK ADAMS. He owned land at Noarlunga near a Mr FJ TONKIN in 1929. By 1968, Mr Tonkin had moved away and no one knew anything of his whereabouts 1969 Application 29730

SHIPTON, John carrier Beverley Port Road 1885 Memorial 57/365

No 1

SHIPWAY, Edgar farmer Keilli trustee Cemetery perhaps Keilli Jun 1878 Grant Book 14 Page 368 County Daly

SHIPWAY, Edgar farmer Goolwa Hundred of Redhill land grant Oct 1878 Grant Book 14 Page 369 County Daly

No 1

SHIPWAY, Edward and John farmers Currency Creek 1868 Memorial 7/231

SHIPWAY, Edward farmer Currency Creek 1868 Memorial 148/402

SHIPWAY, Edward farmer formerly of Currency Creek but now of Koolunga 1890 Memorial 149/402

No 1

SHIPWAY, Edward Innis farmer Koolunga. Links with Currency Creek and Goolwa 1884[-1894] Memorial 31/358

SHIPWAY, Edward Innes farmer Koolunga Hundred of Koolunga land grant 1897 Grant Book 55 Page 193 County Stanley

No 1
SHIPWAY, Edward James farmer Koolunga Hundred of Koolunga land grant 1899 Grant Book 55 Page 193 County Stanley

SHIPWAY, EJ JP of Koolunga 1899 Memorial 3/439

SHIPWAY, Edward James farmer Koolunga linked with Henry Cornelius Shipway farmer Currency Creek 1905 Memorial 68/454

SHIPWAY, Henry labourer Appila Hundred of Black Rock Plain land grant 1880 Grant Book 13 Page 108 County Dalhousie

SHIPWAY, Henry Cornelius farmer Currency Creek 1892[-1916] Memorial 212/415, Application 23271

No 1

SHIPWAY, John yeoman Currency Creek 1854 Memorial 93/63

SHIPWAY, John farmer Currency Creek 1862 Memorial 272/183

No 1

SHIPWAY, Joseph farmer Currency Creek 1857[-1881] Memorial 70/126, Application 18878

SHIPWAY, Thomas blacksmith Clarendon 1880[-1914] Memorial 80/340

SHIPWAY, Thomas Henry blacksmith Clarendon 1927 Application 27567

SHIPWAY, Thomas Herbert blacksmith Clarendon 1899 Memorial 107/438

SHIPWAY, William Henry farmer Currency Creek, aged 67 years in 1959 Application 29229.

SHIRCLIFFE, Edward yeoman Pt Lincoln 1848 Memorial 343/11

SHIRLEY, Stephen carrier Mt Muirhead Hundred of Mt Muirhead land grant 1876 Grant Book 31 Page 193 County Grey

SHIRLOCK, Albert Edwin bricklayer formerly of Wall St, Norwood now 95 George St, Norwood, son-in-law and sole executor for the will of the late August Friedrich FUCHS out of business Norwood, who died 25/1/1913. AF Fuchs had lived with his son-in-law for 4 years because he had become too severely ill to live on his own on his own property, pt Section 1143 Hundred of Onkaparinga, near Crafers Application 26917

SHIRWELL, Stephen labourer Prospect 1853[-1857] Memorial 302/60

No 1

SHIVAS, George stone mason Robe 1857 Memorial 23/129

SHIVAS, George formerly stone mason Robe 1857 but now gentleman 42 Skene Square Aberdeen, Co Aberdeen, Scotland 1872 Application 12337

SHLIAFFKA, John tailor Adelaide and Anna Shliaffka his wife 1846 Memorial 243/7

No 1

SHOBBROOK, Thomas farmer Goodwood Rd 1883 Application 19917

SHOBBROOK, Thomas and John gardeners Goodwood Road. Goodwood Road Wesleyan Methodist Church trustees 1901 Memorial 216/444

SHOCROFT, William the Younger gardener Payneham 1881 Application 18602

No 1

SHOLL, Lionel Henry government officer Norwood 1877 Memorial 249/297

SHOLL, Lionel Henry HM Civil Service Adelaide 1881 Application 18394. SA Under Treasurer Adelaide 1886 Application 20325.

SHOLL, Lionel Henry gentleman Norwood 1891[-1906] Memorial 119/410, Application 22304

No 1

SHOLL, William Horatio surgeon Adelaide 1857 Memorial 306/126

SHOLL, WH surgeon Wallaroo 1864 Memorial 21/197

SHOLL, William Horatio Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now of Wallaroo Bay 1869 Memorial 41/242

SHOLL, William Horatio surgeon Wallaroo, died c1877 intestate Memorial 229/305

No 1

SHOOBRIDGE, Ebenezer gentleman Burley Park Tas and Ann Shoobridge his wife nee PAXTON 1880 Memorial 83/326

SHOOBRIDGE, Ebenezer gentleman Bushy Park, Tasmania, and Ann Shoobridge, nee PAXTON his wife, power of attorney to Edward Newman GAMBLE agent Adelaide, to recover £250 with interest from a person in SA, which Mrs Shoobridge had put out on mortgage prior to her marriage 28/7/1880. Memorandum of Mortgage 81577 & 106954 Deposit 195/1880

SHOOBRIDGE, TB draftsman Beetaloo 1891 Memorial 201/407

SHOOBRIDGE, William clerk North Adelaide 1871 Memorial 214/253

SHOPPEE, Thomas Collett draper Adelaide 1850 Memorial 250/22

No 1 - likely to be the same person

SHORE, Samuel farmer Willunga 1857 Memorial 328/130

SHORE, Samuel miller Aldinga 1861 Memorial 118/176

SHORE, Samuel farmer formerly of Willunga 1854 but now of Aldinga 1863 Application 3777

SHORE, Samuel farmer Balaklava 1882 Memorial 18/337

SHORE, Samuel labourer Stockport 1883 Memorial 70/349

SHORE, William gentleman Adelaide 1859 Memorial 123/153

SHORNE, John Otto farmer Merghiny Water West Coast 1943 Memorial 170/517

No 1

SHORNEY, Edward George ironmonger Pt Adelaide 1884 Application 20059

SHORNEY, Edward George merchant Adelaide (Hindley St) 1904 Memorial 105a/450

No 1

SHORNEY, George and John farmers Mt Barker 1851 Memorial 166/35

SHORNEY, George yeoman Cox Creek 1859 Memorial 171/153

SHORNEY, George corn miller Bridgewater 1865 Memorial 14/203

SHORNEY, George miller Cox Creek 1868 Memorial 35/247

SHORNEY, George miller for Dunn & Co Pt Adelaide 1873 Memorial 22/272

SHORNEY, Herbert Frank medical practitioner Adelaide 1910 Memorial 122/463

SHORNEY, John farmer Strathalbyn 1853 Memorial 213/56

No 1

SHORT, Albert stockkeeper Mt Crawford 1844 Memorial 153/4

SHORT, Albert farmer South Richmond 1852 Memorial 95/44

No 2

SHORT, Albert farmer Yorke Valley and Emma Short his wife formerly Emma KENTISH spinster 1875 Memorial 63/284

SHORT, Albert farmer Cocoanut Hundred of Maitland land grant 1878 Grant Book 19 Page 103 County Fergusson

SHORT, Albert of Maitland Hundred of Maitland land grant 1882 Grant Book 19 Page 106 County Fergusson

SHORT, Albert farmer Maitland 1882 Memorial 212/343

SHORT, Emma wife of Albert Short farmer Yorke Valley, only chid of Charles KENTISH and Mary HARROP. They married 10/8/1853 St John Halifax St, Adelaide. Emma Kentish was born 12/5/1854 Munno Para Plains. Charles Kentish died intestate 5/10/1853, accidentally run over by a dray. His widow, Mary Kentish, remarried to James HARPER farmer Yorke Valley Deposit 194/1875

SHORT, Alexander draper Adelaide (16 Hindley St) 1884 Memorial 17/365

No 1

SHORT, Arthur auctioneer Maitland 1881[-1887] Memorial 57/332

SHORT, Arthur JP auctioneer Maitland 1885 Memorial 215/370

SHORT, Augustus Bishop of Adelaide ‘hath lent large sums of money on his o wn separate account upon mortgage of freehold and leasehold lands and hereditaments in the province of SA and it is probable that the said Augustus Short may lend other sums of money upon such security as aforesaid’. He also lent money jointly with other people. Power of attorney to William BARTLEY and William BAKEWELL gentlemen Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 11/5/1852 Deposit 138/OA

SHORT, Edward farmer Morphett Vale Hundred of Ramsay land grant 1880 Grant Book 19 Page 339 County Fergusson

No 1

SHORT, Edwin mariner South Richmond 1843 Labourer South Richmond 1844. Linked with Albert Short stockkeeper Mt Crawford Application 17405

SHORT, Edwin labourer South Richmond linked with Albert Short stockkeeper Mt Crawford 1844 Are they related?? Albert Short bought land in South Richmond Memorial 153/4

SHORT, Edwin farmer [formerly of South Richmond but now of] Plympton 1845 Memorial 214/16

SHORT, Edwin farmer [formerly of Plympton but now of] Brighton 1849[-1852] Memorial 107/15

SHORT, Edwin farmer formerly of Brighton 1852 but now of the Para Plains 1866 Application 7282

SHORT, Edwin farmer [formerly of Brighton but now of] Para Plains 1853[-1858] Memorial 375/52

SHORT, Edwin farmer Para Plains near Salisbury 1853 Memorial 64/56

SHORT, Edwin farmer Courtwick Farm near Salisbury 1859 Memorial 273/149

SHORT, Edwin farmer Para Plains 1868[-1869] Grant Book 14 Page 340 County Daly

SHORT, Elsie spinster storekeeper Angaston 1904 Application 24789

No 1

SHORT, Frank Piers orchardist Paradise. St Martin's Campbelltown parishioner 1942 Memorial 142/516

SHORT, Frank Piers orchardist Balmoral Rd, Paradise St Martin's Anglican Church trustee 1963 Application 29533.

SHORT, Frederick Herbert of 4 Turner St, Somerton, aged 55 years in 1961, declared that he was the assistant manager of Bagot's Executor and Trustee Co Application 29437.

No 1

SHORT, George the Elder farmer Noarlunga 1865 Application 6346

No 2

SHORT, George of Curramulka Hundred of Curramulka land grant 1882 Grant Book 19 Page 437 County Fergusson

SHORT, George farmer Curramulka and Jean Short his wife 1892 Memorial 174/415

SHORT, Gordon land agent Adelaide and Mary Maude Short his wife 1924[-1925] Memorial 1/490

SHORT, Henry tinplate worker Adelaide and Ann Short his wife formerly Ann GURR widow 1860[-1861] Memorial 153/170

No 1

SHORT, Henry Augustus Esquire Buttamuck 1874 Memorial 215/271

SHORT, Henry Augustus stockholder Winnaminna 1879 Memorial 164/313

SHORT, Henry Augustus sheep farmer formerly of Yednelue but now of Bickham Grange near Adelaide 1879 Memorial 67/314

SHORT, Henry Augustus stockholder Adelaide 1880 Memorial 117/323

SHORT, Henry Augustus sheep farmer Campbelltown 1880 Memorial 224/323

SHORT, Henry Augustus Esquire Bickham Grange Paradise 1881 Memorial 10/337

No 1

SHORT, Isaac labourer Gawler 1857 Memorial 61/124

SHORT, Isaac labourer formerly of Gawler but now of Tarlee 1877 Memorial 42/303

SHORT, Isaac and William Isaac gardeners Aberdeen near Kooringa 1886 Memorial 111/381

SHORT, Isaac mason Aberdeen 1877 Application 16042.

SHORT, Isaac and William Isaac gardeners Aberdeen 1888 Application 21321

No 1

SHORT, James Edward yeoman Strathalbyn 1855 Memorial 477/91

SHORT, James Edward innkeeper Strathalbyn and Emma Short his wife 1858 Memorial 17/157

SHORT, James Edward farmer Mt Gambier and Emma Short his wife 1864 Memorial 57/197

No 1

SHORT, John bricklayer Bowden 1840. Bricklayer Morphett Vale 1846. Husband of Hannah Short Application 22048.

SHORT, John bricklayer Morphett Vale 1847[-1854] Memorial 488/15 Hundred of Nangkita land grant 1854 Memorial 361/66

SHORT, John farmer Morphett Vale 1855[-1860] Victoria School House (pt Section 635 Hundred of Noarlunga) trustee Memorial 230/81

SHORT, John farmer McLaren Vale 1856 Memorial 241/103

SHORT, John farmer Noarlunga 1852[-1855] Memorial 160/45

SHORT, John farmer Morphett Vale 1860[-1884] Memorial 339/164

SHORT, John farmer Stoneham Morphett Vale 1864[-1865] Memorial 123/193, Application 6526.

SHORT, John farmer Morphett Vale, died 25/7/1896. Husband of Hannah Short. Father of Edward Short who was not to benefit by his father's estate. Other children mentioned but not named. Executors; George Short farmer Curramulka and Alexander ANDERSON farmer Oaklands Memorial 160/428

SHORT, John farmer Morphett Vale, died 25/7/1896. His estate in trust to his wife, Hannah Short, for her lifetime or during her widowhood. Afterwards, the trustees had to sell the estate. John Short's son Amos Short to get £200 and his son John Alfred Short to get £300. The rest of the funds to be divided equally amongst all his children, including the above two sons. His son Edward Short not to get anything from the estate. Estate worth £2,094. Hannah Short died 13/11/1905, of senile decay and heart failure, aged 86. One of the sons was called George Short farmer Curramulka. A son-in-law was Alexander ANDERSON farmer Oaklands 1922 Application 27043

SHORT, John farmer Morphett Vale, died 25/7/1896. His widow, Hannah Short, died 13/11/1905. Probably parents of George Short farmer Curramulka 1907 Memorial 192/456

SHORT, Hannah widow of the late John Short farmer Morphett Vale, died 13/11/1905, of senile decay and heart failure, aged 86 Application 25560.

SHORT, Hannah widow Morphett Vale, died 13/11/1905. She left her estate in equal shares to her children, except her son Edward Short, who already had his share, and her daughter Alice PERRY whose husband still owed his mother-in-law a considerable amount of money she had lent him for purchasing real estate (the debt had to be paid off within 6 months for the Perrys to participate in the estate). Estate worth £250. George Short farmer Curramulka and Alexander ANDERSON farmer Oaklands the executors 1915 Application 26458.

No 2

SHORT, John blacksmith Angaston 1897 Application 23446

SHORT, John of Angaston and Bertha Elizabeth Short his wife now living at Quorn 1900 Memorial 62/441

No 1

SHORT, John Alfred farmer formerly of Morphett Vale but now of Penfield 1897 Memorial 55/430

SHORT, John Alfred farmer Salisbury 1898 Memorial 2/434

SHORT, John Alfred farmer Penfield 1907 Memorial 174/456

SHORT, John Percy clerk Adelaide Co Adelaide. Farina (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 65 Page 71 County Not name

SHORT, Lizzie S spinster Noarlunga 1934 Application 27956

SHORT, Mary widow Pt Adelaide 1876 Memorial 138/294

SHORT, Mervyn Henry Thomas farmer Virginia 1935 Application 27956

SHORT, Newton gentleman Poonindie near Pt Lincoln 1877 Memorial 105/303

SHORT, W bank manager Pt Pirie 1898 Memorial 92/434

No 1

SHORT, William bootmaker Adelaide 1853 Memorial 230/51

No 2

SHORT, William storeman Gawler South 1859 Memorial 155/160

SHORT, WIlliam formerly storeman but now storekeeper Gawler 1878[-1880] Memorial 190/310

SHORT, William storekeeper's assistant Gawler South 1878 Application 16950

No 3

SHORT, William sailmaker Queenstown 1862 Application 3205

SHORT, William sailmaker Queenstown and Jane Paige Short his wife parents of Mary Masey Short spinster formerly of Portland Estate 1861 but now of Queenstown 1869 Memorials 10/192, 62/241

SHORT, Jane Paige widow Queenstown 1884 Application 20350

No 4 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

SHORT, William the Elder shoemaker North Road. Enfield Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee 1854 Application 27786

SHORT, William the Elder formerly shoemaker but now cab proprietor Nailsworth 1894 Memorial 47/420

SHORT, William the Younger carpenter Prospect. Enfield Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee 1894 Application 27786

SHORT, William builder Prospect 1903 Application 24566

No 1

SHORT, William Isaac gardener Aberdeen near Kooringa 1886 Memorial 111/381

SHORT, William Isaac plasterer Aberdeen near Kooringa 1915[-1922] Memorial 55/472

No 1

SHORT, William Marshall licensed victualler Angaston 1870[-1871] Memorial 88/256

SHORT, William Marshall formerly licensed victualler 1870 but now storekeeper Angaston 1876 Application 15218

No 1

SHORTER, George of SA. He owned land in Kooringa 1850[-1858] Memorial 3/44

SHORTER, George of Redruth bought Lot 46 in Redruth in 1850. In 1858,he mortgaged the land to Thomas Bath agent Kooringa for £2. In 1860 he disappeared from SA, and never returned to claim his land or repay his mortgage Application 21365

SHORTHOSE, Reginald G clerk to Francis J FISHER solicitor Adelaide 1920 Memorial 48/481

SHORTHOSE, WB clerk to FW BULLOCK & Co land agents Adelaide 1906 Memorial 123/455

SHORTRIDGE, John carrier Petersburg. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1902 Grant Book 13 Page 206 County Dalhousie

No 1

SHORTRIDGE, Thomas bookkeeper Burra Burra Mines 1857 Memorial 309/130

SHORTRIDGE, Thomas accountant Burra Burra Mine 1858 Memorial 221/147

SHORTRIDGE, Thomas of the Burra Burra Mine 1862 Memorial 117/212

No 1

SHORTRIDGE, Thomas Thorman clerk Kooringa 1883[-1909] Memorial 97/350

SHORTRIDGE, Thomas Thorman clerk Commercial St, Kooringa 1887 Memorial 65/384

SHOTMAN, Charles labourer Wallaroo 1876 Grant Book 14 Page 86 County Daly

SHOTTON, Thomas farmer Hundred of Grace 1857[-1865] Memorial 266/128

SHOUBRIDGE, Charles V police constable Murray River 1848 Memorial 259/10

SHOVE, Emma Auguste Helene wife of Percy Shove gentleman Adelaide 1878, declared that she was the only surviving child of the late Carl Friedrich GRUND of Hahndorf, who died 15/2/1864 intestate. All her other siblings had died in infancy, including her sister, Minna Mathilde Friederike Grund, who died 26/4/1865 Application 16924

SHOWERS, William tailor Adelaide 1869[-1870] Memorial 84/245

SHREEVE, Frederick James tram driver Kensington 1892[-1895] Applications 22196, 23082

SHRIGLEY, Thomas licensed victualler Greenock Creek 1859 3-year lease of the Greenock Arms Hotel at £175/10/- a year from MH SCHUTT Memorial 134/157

No 1

SHRIVES, John farmer Brighton 1854 Memorial 179/70

SHRIVES, John farmer Yankalilla 1857[-1862] Memorial 167/134, Application 3102

No 2

SHRIVES, John carter Woodville 1869 Memorial 135/242

SHRIVES, Samuel farmer Hundred of Yankalilla 1864 Memorial 269/197

No 1

SHRIVES, Thomas farmer Hundred of Yankalilla 1857[-1860] Memorial 270/114

SHRIVES, Thomas farmer Rapid Bay 1867 Application 8348

No 1

SHRUBSOLE, James farmer formerly of Adelaide but now of Balaklava 1876[-1880] Memorial 41/295

SHRUBSOLE, James farmer Balaklava 1881 Memorial 191/328

No 1

SHUEARD, George carter Wallaroo Bay 1860 Memorial 208/348

SHUEARD, George carter Wallaroo Bay, died 17/12/1871 intestate Application 21728

SHUEARD, Horace Alfred box maker and timber merchant 173 Goodwood Road, Reade Park, died 17/7/1955 Colonel Light Gardens. Executors; Alfred William Shueard of 416 Cross Road, Clarence Park and Allan David Shueard of Lewis Ave, Glen Osmond both box and case manufacturers under the style or firm of Shueard Box Mills Dalgleish St, West Thebarton Memorial 44/533

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

SHUEARD, Robert labourer New Tiers 1853 Memorial 176/61

SHUEARD, Robert the Elder and Younger labourers New Tiers 1884 Memorial 192/361

SHUEARD, Robert the Elder and Younger gardeners near Uraidla 1890 Memorial 173/424

SCHUETT/SCHUTT/SCHÜTT, Martin Heinrich storekeeper Tanunda 1888 Application 21470

No 1

SHUGG, Henry mason Adelaide 1852 Memorial 110/41

SHUGG, Henry mason Adelaide (Eliza St off Waymouth St) 1855[-1858] Memorial 339/86

SHUGG, John sawyer Woodside 1855[-1856] Memorial 304/94

SHUGG, John Andrews mason Unley 1872 Application 12191

No 1

SHUGG, Richard mason Adelaide 1852[-1860] Memorial 214/41

SHUGG, Richard mason Unley Road 1872 Memorial 94/263

SHUGG, Richard mason Parkside 1886 Memorial 224/377

SHUGG, Richard mason Parkside 1888 Application 21413.

SHULL, James Bateman carpenter Gordon Gordon (Hundred of Kanyaka) township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 49 Page 112 County Newcastle

No 1

SHURDINGTON, Martha married woman Penola 1898 Memorial 22/435

SHURDINGTON, Martha wife of Francis Mills Shurdington labourer Penola 1907 Application 25296.

No 1

SHURDINGTON, Selina widow Penola 1875[-1882] Memorial 241/284

SHURDINGTON, Selina widow formerly of Penola but now of Narracoorte 1901 Application 24202.

No 1 - likely to be the same person

SHUTE, Henry bricklayer Adelaide 1843 Memorial 212/3

SHUTE, Henry farmer Kanmantoo 1857 Memorial 97/131

SHUTE, Henry farmer Basin Hill Farm near Woodside 1858 [Was there a family link with Leonard HILLMAN farmer of the same address??] Memorial 212/142

SHUTE, Samuel farmer Hundred of Arkaba 1890 Memorial 181/402

No 1

SHUTE, William farmer Hundred of Arkaba 1882 Memorial 230/338

SHUTE, William farmer Salter Springs Hundred of Arkaba land grant 1885 Grant Book 33 Page 4 County Hanson

No 1

SHUTE, William Frederick of Thebarton 1869 Memorial 41/243

SHUTE, William Frederick engine driver Thebarton 1872[-1879] Memorial 13/263

SHUTE, William Frederick tinsmith Thebarton 1884 Memorial 201/355

SHUTER, John farmer Currency Creek 1869 Memorial 121/243

SHUTTER, Louisa widow Gawler River near Gawler 1859. By 1878, Mrs Shutter (relict of the late Stephen Shutter) had remarried to Lüder KRUDOP farmer Gawler River Memorials 155/149, 240/306

No 1

SHUTTER, Stephen Esquire Gawler River 1850 Memorial 116/28

SHUTTER, Stephen [formerly of the Gawler River but now] sheep farm overseer Light River 1851 Memorial 490/37

SHUTTER, Stephen farmer formerly of the Light River but now of near Gawler 1855 Memorial 138/93

SHUTTER, Stephen farmer Gawler River 1857 Memorial 101/119

SHUTTER, Stephen farmer Gawler River, died 5/7/1858 intestate. Husband of Louisa Shutter (Daughter of the late Thomas HIGGINS formerly farmer Shell Farm Gawler River but now deceased) . Father of Thomas Shill Sutter, his only son and heir at law Memorials 240/306, 185/439

SHUTTER, Thomas Keith tailor Main North Rd, Enfield 1943, declared that he had been born in 1889 at Angle Vale. He had been Chairman of the Enfield District Council for 9 years and was still a Councillor in 1943 Application 28345.No 1

No 1

SHUTTER, Thomas Shill farmer Gawler River 1878 Memorial 240/306

SHUTTER, Thomas Shill labourer Salisbury 1900 Memorial 185/439

No 1

SHUTTLEWORTH, Claude gentleman Kent Town 1866 Memorial 245/216

SHUTTLEWORTH, Claude gentleman Adelaide 1874 Memorial 64/274

No 1

SHUTTLEWORTH, Claude Johnson Samuel clerk Adelaide 1870 Application 10545

SHUTTLEWORTH, Claude Johnson Samuel clerk Norwood 1874 Memorial 228/277

SHUTTLEWORTH, CJ clerk Adelaide 1877 Memorial 141/302

SHUTTLEWORTH, Claude Johnson Samuel agent Adelaide 1881 Memorial 75/330

SHUTTLEWORTH, Claude Johnson Samuel land agent Adelaide 1904 Memorial 52/452

No 1

SHUTTLEWORTH, James labourer Adelaide 1844 Memorial 294/88

SHUTTLEWORTH, James carpenter Cowandilla 1845[-1847] Memorial 473/4

SHUTTLEWORTH, James Member of the Hindmarsh United Building Society 1851 Memorial 16/34

SHUTTLEWORTH, James farmer Upper Wakefield 1858 Memorial 221/137, Application 93

SHUTTLEWORTH, James wheelwright Watervale 1866 Memorial 67/211

SHUTTLEWORTH, James farmer Watervale 1871 Memorial 239/251

SHUTTLEWORTH, James carpenter Auburn 1879 Memorial 166/315

SHUTTLEWORTH, James carpenter Leasingham 1886 Memorial 109/374

SHUTTLEWORTH, Sarah widow Auburn, died 18/4/1882 [relict of the late James Shuttleworth of Auburn who died 14/3/1880, leaving a £600 estate]. Mother of Margaret SHEPHARD wife of George Shephard builder Quorn (this family also had a son called George Shephard), Hannah Shephard wife of Samuel Shephard builder Quorn, Mary MONKHOUSE wife of Jaspar Monkhouse farmer Kadina, Sarah Monkhouse wife of Alfred Monkhouse labourer New Auburn, William Shuttleworth teamster Leasingham, and James Shuttleworth wheelwright Leasingham. Deceased daughter; Emma ASHTON late wife of Albert Ashton stationmaster Snowtown Memorials 157 & 158/433 & GRO Search 960

No 1

SIBLEY, Alfred bootmaker formerly of Stepney but now of Clifton St, Maylands 1908 Memorial 74/477

SIBLEY, Alfred formerly bootmaker Maylands but now of Yaninee via Pt Lincoln 1918 Memorial 67/477

SIBLEY, HE architect Adelaide (1 AMP Building King William St) 1902 Memorial 150/447

No 1

SIBLEY, James labourer Angaston 1862 Memorial 62/183

SIBLEY, James carter Angaston, became a bankrupt in 1870 Memorial 58/249

SIBLEY, James carter Angaston 1870 Application 11004

SIBLEY, James farmer Angaston 1872 Memorial 2/259

SIBLEY, John Runnalls gardener and carpenter Angaston, aged 80 in 1936, declared that he was born in Cornwall and emigrated to SA some 78 years ago. He had lived in Angaston for the whole of that time Application 28034

No 1

SIBLEY, Joseph slate rock quarrier Willunga 1874 Application 13461

SIBLEY, Joseph quarryman Willunga 1894 Application 22683

No 2

SIBLEY, Joseph blacksmith Laura 1888 Memorial 163/390

No 1

SIBLEY, Simon Libby quarryman Willunga 1859[-1868] Memorial 103/152

SIBLEY, Simon Libby storekeeper Willunga, died 14/6/1908. Father of Alfred Sibley, Esther Chenoweth Marwood Sibley, Catherine Reed Clifton Sibley and Elsie Orana SHIPWAY. Grandfather of Ada Mabel Sibley. Estate worth £650 Memorial 74/477

SIBLEY, Simon Libby quarryman Willunga, died 13/6/1908, of senile decay, aged 82. Born in Cornwall, England. In SA 52 years. Married at 27. 3 sons and 3 daughters living. 2 sons and 2 daughters dead Application 26383

No 1 – perhaps the same person

SIBLEY, Walter farmer Baldina. Hundred of Baldina land grant 1881 Grant Book 9 Page 9 County Burra

SIBLEY, Walter weighman South Broken Hill NSW 1913 Memorial 198/468

No 1

SIBLEY, William orchardist Angaston 1909 Memorial 65/462

SIBLEY, William gardener and marble quarry proprietor Angaston 1936, declared that he was born in Angaston on 18/7/1862 Application 28034

SICKERDICK [SACKERDECK], Heinrich labourer Adelaide Bought 15/11/1839 2 5-acre Lot 20 of Section 413 Survey B and Lot 28 Section 401 [Chapman Road, Mansfield Park], from Messrs Gwynne, Giles and Alston for 5/-. Confusion with the dates. Beforehand, he must have sold the rights to the lots 30/5/1839, to Michael MARA police officer Adelaide for £20. This was part of an unnamed sub-division of Sections 401, 407, 408, 413, which EC GWYNNE, Henry GILES and George ALSTON [Acting as the Mechanic's Land Company] undertook with money borrowed from several people, including Robert CHAMPLAY. Application 3788

SICKERDICK, Johannes August farmer near Mannum 1884 Memorial 111/360

No 1

SICKERT, Carl bricklayer Stepney 1853 Memorial 408/46

SICKERT, Carl labourer Stepney 1853 Memorial 478/59

SICKERT, Carl formerly bricklayer 1853 but now mason Stepney 1866 Application 8013

SIDDALL, John Burton stationer Adelaide 1907 Memorial 159/457

SIDDELL, Anthony James blacksmith Adelaide 1876 Memorial 120/294

SIDDLE, H typist Adelaide 1928 Memorial 174/500

SIDLER, Aloys builder Dashwood Gully. Hundred of Kuitpo land grant 1913 Grant Book 2 Page 103 County Adelaide

SIDLER, Edward carpenter Company's Tiers 1853[-1854] Memorial 113/48

SIDDLEY, William merchant Elizabeth St, Melbourne Vic, power of attorney to George THOMSON bank manager Narracoorte, to facilitate the sale of Lease 1100 in the Tatiara Country to Nicol McLELLAN and Donald McLELLAND 29/6/1872 Deposit 189/1872

No 1

SIDOLI, Antonio shoemaker Pt Adelaide 1854 Memorial 210/73

SIDOLI, Antonio shoemaker Le Fevre Peninsula 1860 Application 1501

SIDOLI, Antonio shoemaker Le Fevre Peninsula 1878 Application 16843. Builder Le Fevre Peninsula 1884 Application 20045

SIDOLI, Antonio of Le Fevre Peninsula, died c1895. Husband of Marie Dominica Sidoli. Angelo Sidoli builder Le Fevre Peninsula a member of this family Memorial 1/427

SIDOLI, Antonio gentleman Le Fevre Peninsula deceased by 1904. Executor; Angelo Sidoli builder Le Fevre Peninsula Application 24754

No 1

SIDOLI, Angelo out of business Exeter 1908, declared that he had lived in the area since c1853 Application 25488

SIDOLI, Angelo out of business Exeter 1915 Application 26423

No 1

SIDREY, John bricklayer Adelaide 1838 Application 20821

SIDREY, John stockkeeper Adelaide 1845 Memorial 47/5

No 1

SIEBEN, Ambrose waterman Le Fevre Peninsula 1854 Memorial 259/71

SIEBEN, Ambrose railway labourer Pt Adelaide 1864 Memorial 4/197

SIEBEN, Ambrose railway porter presently in the Adelaide Hospital made his will 1865 [He died 30/8/1865]. He left his whole estate to his trustee, James Collins HAWKER agent North Adelaide, to sell and convert into cash, to be distributed equally amongst the testator’s children as they reach 21 or the daughters marry Application 20486

SIEBEN, Ambrose railway porter late of Pt Adelaide 1877 Application 15787

KNIGHT, Annie [formerly widow of Ambrose Sieben the Elder but now] wife of Leonard Knight post office driver Adelaide (Logan St) 1885, inherited several lots in subdivided Section 1109 Le Fevre Peninsula, in trust for life, then to her son Ambrose Sieben formerly the Younger telegraph operator Adelaide absolutley in remainder expectant Application 20492

SIEBER, Adolph Benjamin farmer near Eudunda. Emmaeus Lutheran Church trustee 1928 Memorial 155/500

SIEBER, August farmer Hundred of Neales linked with Theodor Gotthilf Paul Sieber storekeeper Eudunda 1885 Memorial 200/368

SIEBER, August Hermann farmer near Yorketown 1878 Grant Book 19 Page 82 County Fergusson

SIEBER, Ernst Gottlieb farmer Minlaton 1889 Memorial 108/398

SIEBER, Gotthelf Paul of Eudunda 1890 Memorial 189/404

SIEBER, Ottile hotelkeeper Kooringa 1899 Memorial 164/437

SIEBER, Theodor Gotthelf Paul storekeeper Eudunda 1885[-1890] Memorial 201/372

SIEBERT, August Wilhelm farmer Lyndoch Valley 1859 Memorial 118/155

No 1

SIEBERT, Joseph Bartholomew builder Adelaide 1880 Application 18196

SIEBERT, Joseph Bartholomew cabinetmaker Adelaide 1885 Memorial 214/367

SIEBERT, V undertaker's son Adelaide (Gouger St) 1892 Application 22331

No 1

SIEBOTH, Carl Gustav farmer Angas Park 1859 Memorial 46/150

SIEBOTH, Carl Gustav labourer Tanunda 1863 Application 4001

No 1

SIEGELE, Carl Hermann miller Lyndoch 1910 Application 25855

SIEGELE, Carl Herrmann miller formerly miller Lyndoch but then out of business 89 Park Tce, North Unley, died 7/6/1947. His widow, Emma Helene Siegele, died 9/10/1960. Parents of Oscar Hubert Martin Siegele company secretary 16 Palmerston Road, North Unley Memorial 122/533

SIEGELE, WJ undertaker's assistant Malvern 1925 Application 27548

SIEGERT, Carl Ernst farmer Friedrichswalde 1886 Memorial 25/381

SIEGERT, Friedrich August farmer Parnaroo 1893 Memorial 73/419

No 1

SIEGMUND, Heinrich gardener Brownhill Creek 1879 Memorial 177/317

SIEGMUND, Heinrich gardener Section 1120 near Adelaide 1879 Memorial 166/318

SIEGMUND, Heinrich gardener Brownhill Creek 1884 Application 20192.

No 1

SIEKMANN, Ernst gentleman Pt Lincoln 1865 Memorial 318/203

SIEKMANN, Ernst storekeeper Saddleworth 1865 Application 6690

SIEKMANN, Ernst merchant Saddleworth 1870 Memorial 74/250

SIEKMANN, Ernst Esquire Saddleworth 1902 Memorial 156/446

SIEKMANN, Ernst of Caltowie 1887 Memorial 185/384

SIEKMANN, Ernst auctioneer Caltowie 1892 Memorial 39/413

No 2 - a continuation of No 1

SIEKMANN, Franz Heinrich Ernst storekeeper Saddleworth 1867[-1876] Memorial 142/222

SIEKMANN, Franz Heinrich Ernst storekeeper Saddleworth 1868[-1873] Applications 9347, 12916, 26581

SIEKMANN, Franz Heinrich Ernst storekeeper Saddleworth, about to depart the province for a time, power of attorney to Charles RISCHBIETH merchant Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 2/4/1872 Deposit 109/1872

SIEKMANN, Franz Heinrich Ernst storekeeper Saddleworth Co Light. Hundred of Caltowie land grant 1877 Grant Book 60 Page 184 County Victor

SIEKMANN, Francis Henry Ernst storekeeper Saddleworth. Hundred of Tarcowie land grant 1877[-1878] Grant Book 13 Page 42 County Dalhousie

SIEKMANN, Franz Heinrich Ernst storekeeper Saddleworth Hundred of Appila land grant 1878 Grant Book 24 Page 494 County Frome

SIEMS, Hans Jürgen Johannes Heinrich storekeeper Lyndoch Valley 1857[-1858] Memorial 300/114

SIERSON, Richard Sierson shoemaker McLaren Vale and Elizabeth Sierson his wife 1864 Application 5269

SIGGINS, D accountant Adelaide (Pirie St) 1927 Memorial 27/504

No 1

SIGMONT, Charles Abercrombie licensed victualler Milang 1875 Memorial 80/282

SIGMONT, Charles Abercrombie formerly innkeeper Lake Hotel Milang but now out of business Strathalbyn 1877 Memorial 128/303

SIGSTON, William Henry linked with Section 367 Hundred of Inkerman Co Gawler 1883 Memorial 17/350

No 1

SILBY, Arthur engineer Gawler South 1878 Application 16878

SILBY, Arthur engineer Gawler 1885 Application 20707

No 1

SILKE, Henry of Burford near Adelaide, transfer of the SA Company lease of Section 349 Survey B, known as the Burford Estate, to Annette Caroline Silke of Elenthorpe VDL £150 1840 Memorial 335/2

SILKE, Henry of Section 349 [on the Torrens] near Adelaide linked with Annette Caroline Silke spinster Launceston VDL 1843 Memorial 2/277

SILKE, Henry farmer Section 349 Survey B 1857 Memorial 299/122

SILKE, Henry farmer Burford near Campbelltown 1860 Memorial 332/165

SILKE, Henry tenant farmer Burford Farm [Section 349 Survey B known as the Burford Estate] 1843 Memorial 314/192

SILKE, Henry farmer Burford Farm near Campbelltown 1870[-1872] Memorial 160/247

SILKE, Henry Oake farmer Paradise, died 3/8/1874 Kingston S-E, of stomach gout, while visiting there with his eldest daughter, for the benefit of his health, aged 70. HO Silke had married Martha Jane Grinstead nee PAINTER. The couple had 5 children - Catherine Lloyd KRUGER widow South Africa, at present visiting Adelaide; Charles Augustus Silke gardener Paradise; Isabella Maria Silke spinster Paradise; Frederick William Silke who died 22/3/1881 a bachelor; and Myra Jane FALLON nee Silke, who died 30/10/1899, leaving 7 children Thomas Henry Fallon, Edith Mary Fallon, Maud Isabella Fallon, Joseph Michael Fallon, Michael Lloyd Fallon, Beatrice Annett Fallon, and Richard Charles Fallon. Other relatives included Charles Leonard Silke gardener Paradise and Herbert Alfred Silke farmer Mt Barker 1909 Application 25581

SILKE, Martha Jane Grinstead widow Paradise linked with Isabella Maria Silke spinster Paradise 1889 Memorial 168/400

No 1

SILLIFANT, George Woolcombe gentleman Le Fevre Peninsula 1869 Memorial 114/236

SILLIFANT, George Woolcombe gentleman formerly of Le Fevre Peninsula but now of College Town 1873 Memorial 89/269

SILLIFANT, George Woolcombe Esquire College Town 1875 Memorial 24/285

No 1

SILLIFANT, John marine engineer Hyde Park 1913 Memorial 136/468

SILLIFANT, John of 60 Thomas St, Hyde Park 1923 Memorial 176/487

SILLIFANT, John retired marine engineer 42 Grove St, Unley Park, died 31/3/1947, of renal calculus and pyonephrosis, aged 74. Born Semaphore. Details of marriage and family unknown Memorial 97/531

SILLOCK, Barry William shipwright Encounter Bay 1841. By 1845, he had shifted to Pt Adelaide Application 13645.

No 1

SILVER & ESPIE, Messrs commissioned Messrs English & Soward architects to draw up the plans for a new City Chambers Building pt Town Acre 170 Pirie St Adelaide 1902 Deposit 96/1902

SILVER & ESPIE, Messrs commissioned plans for Alexandra Chambers Pt TA 142 Grenfell St 1928 (CT 884/28) Deposit 12/1928 FIND - a J in the reference for 1928 - another partner?? ie 3 people

No 1

SILVER, Alfred bootmaker Adelaide 1851[-1854] Memorial 481/32

SILVER, Alfred bootmaker Kadina 1864 Memorial 291/200

No 1

SILVER, Arthur William sharebroker Adelaide (Pirie Chambers, Pirie St) linked with Eva Silver spinster Norwood 1893 Memorial 169/417

SILVER, Arthur William company secretary Adelaide 1925, Secretary for the Eudunda Farmers Co-Op Society Ltd of Blyth St, Adelaide Application 27413.

SILVER, Charlotte Emma widow Montrose Ave, Norwood 1920 Memorial 155/481

No 1

SILVER, Richard gentleman Adelaide 1853 Memorial 450/50

SILVER, Mina Marian Tregillas, born 24/6/1877, to Richard Silver clerk North Adelaide (Jeffcott St) and Catherine Annie Silver nee TREGILLAS, lived at Cradock by 1893. She changed her surname to MANSOM because Benjamin Mansom and Kate Emma Mansom had adopted her Memorial 130/418

SILVER, William paper box manufacturer Norwood 1891 Application 22028

No 1

SILVERSTON, Maurice jeweller Adelaide 1887 Memorial 126/388

SILVERSTON, Maurice merchant Adelaide 1889 Memorial 243/400

SILVY, James Joseph farmer Hundred of Yalpara 1885 Memorial 217/368

SILVY, Patrick farmer Johnburgh. Johnburgh (Hundred of Oladdie) township allotment land grant 1882 Grant Book 13 Page 338 County Dalhousie

SIM, Charles James labourer Gawler West 1869 Application 9973

SIM, George farmer Mt Gambier 1878 Application 16848

No 1

SIM, Ellen of the Wakefield River 1856 Memorial 263/101

SIM, Ellen of Woolshed Flat 1862 Memorial 228/185

No 1

SIM, James yeoman Gawler 1850[-1853] Memorial 352/24

SIM, James labourer Gawler 1851 Memorial 327/105

SIM, James farmer Barossa West 1862 Memorial 62/181

SIM, James formerly yeoman Gawler 1850 but now farmer Balmoral Barossa West 1864 Application 5847

SIM, James farmer Balmoral Sandy Creek 1866[-1880] Memorial 8/214

SIM, James farmer formerly of Gawler 1853 but now of Balmoral, Hundred of Barossa 1871 Application 11551, 18238.

SIM, James farmer near Gawler 1901 Memorial 236/443

SIM, James farmer formerly of near Gawler but now of Henley Beach 1908 Memorial 241/459

No 1

SIM, James Alexander of the Hundred of Telowie 1887[-1895] Memorial 112/385

SIM, James Alexander farmer Telowie trustee unnamed Chapel Hundred of Telowie Hundred of Telowie land grant 1898 Grant Book 24 Page 776 County Frome

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

SIM, Thomas farmer Hurtle Vale 1861 Memorial 56/176

SIM, Thomas quarry manager Glen Osmond and Annie Sim his wife 1915 Application 26426.

SIM, Thomas and William contractors Glen Osmond Rd, Fullarton Estate 1918 Application 26718

SIM, William contractor Adelaide 1914 Application 26338

SIMCOCK, Benjamin dairyman Collinswood 1910 Application 25787

SIMCOCK, Edward storekeeper Callington Hundred of Yanyarrie land grant 1884 Grant Book 28 Page 34 County Granville

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

SIMCOCK, John farmer Mt Barker. Staughton Primitive Methodist Chapel trustee 1850 Memorial 260/28

SIMCOCK, John miner Kanmantoo 1850[-1854] Memorial 407/27 Primitive Methodist member 1854 Memorial 374/77

SIMCOCK, John yeoman Kanmantoo 1854 Memorial 458/76

SIMCOCK, John storekeeper Kanmantoo 1855[-1860] Memorial 58/86

SIMCOCK, John storekeeper Kanmantoo 1862 Application 2928.

SIMCOCK, John the Elder storekeeper Kanmantoo linked with John Simcock the Younger farmer Kanmantoo 1863[-1873] Memorial 142/317

SIMCOCK, John formerly yeoman 1854 but now storekeeper Kanmantoo 1870 Application 10723.

SIMCOCK, John the Elder farmer near Kanmantoo 1884 Memorial 208/357

SIMCOCK, John the Elder died 29/3/1885 Kanmantoo. His widow, Margaret Simcock, died 2/5/1900 Echunga. Family 1900 - John Simcock the Younger out of business Norwood, Samuel Simcock out of businss Prospect, William Simcock miner Cues Patch Lawlers East Murchison WA, Mary WAKEHAM widow Callington, Edward Simcock miner North Unley, Martha HILL wife of Sidney Hill farmer Woodchester, Jane GARDNER wife of Frederick Gardner woodcutter Kalgoorlie WA, Catherine CARTER wife of Abraham Carter medical practitioner Pt Elliston, Joseph Simcock labourer Plympton Fremantle WA Memorial 237/441 & RPA Search 1745

SIMCOCK, John the Younger farmer North Yelta 1879 Memorial 221/316

SIMCOCK, John the Younger miner Kanmantoo 1880 Memorial 178/321

SIMCOCK, John farmer near Kanmantoo 1894 Application 22630.

SIMCOCK, John the Younger farmer Kanmantoo 1896 Application 23197

SIMCOCK, Joseph storekeeper Forest Range 1888 Memorial 97/393

No 1

SIMCOCK, Robert Edward Andrew farm labourer Willyaroo near Strathalbyn 1934. Born 2/2/1915. Linked with Rosey May Simcock widow Willyaroo Memorial 115/507

SIMCOCK, Robert Edward Andrew farm labourer Willyaroo near Strathalbyn linked with Rosey May Simcock widow Willyaroo near Strathalbyn 1946 Memorial 146/519

SIMCOCK, Samuel storekeeper Kanmantoo 1882 Application 19198

SIMCOCK, Robert Edward Andrew farm labourer Willyaroo near Strathalbyn 1934. Born 2/2/1915. Linked with Rosey May Simcock No No 1

SIMCOCK, William gentleman Carrieton. Carrieton (Hundred of Eurelia) township allotment land grant 1881 Grant Book 13 Page 304 County Dalhousie

SIMCOCK, William farmer Carrieton 1882 Memorial 26/341

SIMEON, Albert gentleman Adelaide 1881 Memorial 25/334

No 1

SIMEON, Charles gentleman Adelaide 1850[-1863] Memorial 146/25

SIMEON, Charles gentleman Tam-O’Shanter Belt 1851 Memorial 282/37

SIMEON, Charles land agent Adelaide 1856[-1870] Memorial 101/104, Applications 1064, 4377, 4790

SIMEON, Charles agent Adelaide 1857[-1859] Memorial 180/118, Application 11418

SIMEON, Charles commission agent Adelaide 1861 Memorial 324/178

SIMEON, Charles of Adelaide secretary to the Wheal Emma Mining Co Section 5098 Hundred of Onkaparinga. He attended the special shareholder meeting, held 13/6/1870, at Ingleby & Robinson’s office 96 King William St, Adelaide, which decided to dissolve the company and sell the mine site to the Crescent Silver Mining Co Ltd for £126 Application 11119

SIMEON, John carpenter Maitland Pt Victoria township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 19 Page 204 County Fergusson

SIMES, RM secretary Barmera 1936 Memorial 154/509

SIMKINSON, Thomas bootmaker Walkerville 1845 Memorial 7/360

SIMMONDS, Charles plasterer Gawler 1866 Application 7477

SIMMONDS, Edward blacksmith Adelaide 1847 Application 6704

SIMMONDS, Jacob labourer Freeling Co Light. Hundred of Goyder land grant 1882 Grant Book 56 Page 416 County Stanley

No 1

SIMMONDS, John farmer Pt Elliot 1854[-1872] Memorial 312/67

SIMMONDS, John farmer Hindmarsh Valley Pt Elliot, died 26/12/1872. He left his entire estate in trust for life to his widow, Johanna Simmonds, and then equally absolutely in remainder expectant to all his children. Trustees; Edward and Gerrard WOOD farmers Hindmarsh Valley Memorial 91/264

No 2

SIMMONDS, John mail driver Wellington on the Murray 1886 Memorial 214/376

SIMMONDS, Thomas miner Mt Barker 1852 Memorial 118/45

No 1

SIMMONDS, William gardener Stirling 1858 Memorial 46/132

No 2

SIMMONDS, William shoemaker Mt Torrens 1861 Application 2344

SIMMONDS, William John canvasser York township on the Port Road 1912 Application 26135

SIMMONS, Alfred Charles storekeeper Ulooloo Co Burra. Hundred of Terowie land grant 1880 Grant Book 40 Page 15 County Kimberley

SIMMONS, Alfred William formerly storeman Mt Gambier but now retired storekeeper Middle Brighton near Melbourne Vic 1937 Memorial 186/510

No 1

SIMMONS, Alfred wheelwright Adelaide and Elizabeth Simmons his wife 1904 Application 24737

SIMMONS, Elizabeth widow Little King William St, Kent Town, died 14/7/1927, aged 86. Relict of the late Alfred Simmons coachbuilder. Son and 3 daughters survived Memorial 1/498

No 1 – perhaps the same person FIND CHECK RUN

SIMMONS, Charles yeoman Pt August Hundred of Woolundunga land grant 1859 Grant Book 23 Page 45 County Frome

SIMMONS, Charles storekeeper Ulooloo. Hundred of Hallett land grant 1881 Grant Book 8 Page 95 County Burra

No 1

SIMMONS, David baker Gawler 1847 Memorial 170/8

No 2

SIMMONS, David tailor Adelaide 1876 Memorial 153/295

SIMMONS, David tailor Adelaide 1881 Isaac Simmons, and also Joseph Simmons of South Africa, linked with David Simmons Application 18531

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

SIMMONS, Edward teamster Pt Lincoln 1886 Memorial 108/374

SIMMONS, Edward the Elder farmer Little Swamp near Pt Lincoln and Anna Maria Simmons his wife 1908 Application 25420.

No 2

SIMMONS, Edward jeweller Gawler 1907 Memorial 115/456

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

SIMMONS, Edward Richard saddler Mt Gambier 1871[-1902] Memorial 91/252

SIMMONS, Edward Richard saddler Adelaide 1879 Memorial 30/317

SIMMONS, Edward Richard saddler Mt Gambier married Mary Ann Fairchild BLAKESLEY (A daughter of Arthur Blakesley gentleman Mt Gambier and his wife the former Mrs Margaret FAIRCHILD). ER Simmons died 14/3/1913, of morbus cordis, aged 74. Born in London, England, he had lived in SA for 66 years. MAF Simmons died 17/7/1921. Their daughter, Margaret Hamilton Simmons, was admitted to the Parkside Mental Hospital on 16/6/1905. Much Simmons family information in this Application 1934 Application 27949

SIMMONS, Mary Ann Fairchild wife of Edward Richard Simmons saddler Mt Gambier 1906, declared that she was a step-daughter of Arthur Blakesley gentleman Mt Gambier. Her mother was formerly Mrs MARY ANN Fairchild. Mary Ann nee Fairchild was born on 11/9/1848 Mt Gambier, and married Edward Richard Simmons on 9/9/1865. Six children of the marriage - Amy Rebecca Simmons born 23/7/1866 died 27/7/1899, Margaret Hamilton Simmons bon 7/3/1869 was admitted to the Parkside Lunatic Society in June 1905 'She is perfectly incapable from infirmity of mind to manage her affairs', Arthur Edward Francis Freeman Simmons born 19/4/1874, Ernest Simmons born 20/8/1877, Emeline Gertrude Mary Simmons born 24/9/1880 and Lillian Violet Simmons born 5/6/1883 Application 25126

SIMMONS, FL law clerk Adelaide 1894 Memorial 61/423

No 1

SIMMONS, George mason Kapunda 1875 Application 14751

SIMMONS, George mason Kapunda. Kapunda Wesleyan Chapel member 1876 Application 14752

No 1

SIMMONS, Henry farmer Encounter Bay 1848 Memorial 136/11

SIMMONS, Henry licensed victualler Encounter Bay 1850 Father of Jessie Simmons Memorial 446/26

No 1

SIMMONS, Isaac clerk Pt Adelaide 1875 Memorial 86/285

SIMMONS, Isaac Isaiah law clerk Pt Adelaide 1876[-1877] Memorials 199/289 & 247/296

SIMMONS, II clerk to AJ EDMUNDS solicitor Pt Adelaide 1893 Memorial 154/419

No 1

SIMMONS, Israel draper Adelaide 1860 Memorial 136/162

SIMMONS, Israel draper Adelaide 1876 Application 15440

SIMMONS, James farmer Ulooloo. Hundred of Hallett land grant 1881 Grant Book 8 Page 96 County Burra

SIMMONS, James Robert and Simmons, Phyllis Ruth storekeepers Macclesfield 1947 Application 28561

No 1 - perhaps the same person

SIMMONS, John innkeeper Blythewood near Mitcham 1853[-1857] Memorial 275/48 Wheelwright and licensed victualler Mitcham 1853 Memorial 49/53

SIMMONS, John formerly blacksmith 1855 but now licensed victualler Brownhill Creek 1862 Application 3464.

SIMMONS, John formerly blacksmith Brownhill Creek 1855 now licensed victualler Mitcham 1872 Application 12090.

SIMMONS, John storekeeper Kangarilla 1888 Memorial 136/392

SIMMONS, John formerly storekeeper Kangarilla late blacksmith Blackwood, died 11/1/1894 Application 25634

SIMMONS, John blacksmith Blackwood, died 11/1/1894 of influenza aged 77 Memorial 143/429, Deposit 63/1896

No 2

SIMMONS, John farmer McLaren Vale 1853 Memorial 1/56

No 1 - likely to be the same person

SIMMONS, Joseph blacksmith Adelaide (Brown St) 1850[-1859] Memorial 207/26

SIMMONS, Joseph blacksmith Adelaide (Currie St) 1872 Memorial 207/26

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

SIMMONS, Joseph grocer Adelaide linked with Isaac Isaiah Simmons law clerk Adelaide 1876[-1877] Memorial 247/296

SIMMONS, Peter King incumbent of St John's Salisbury 1866 Memorial 279/209

No 1

SIMMONS, Thomas carpenter Adelaide 1849[-1853] Memorial 109/16

No 2

SIMMONS, Thomas farmer McLaren Vale 1856 Memorial 350/103

No 3

SIMMONS, Thomas mariner Adelaide (Wakefield St), died 1868. Husband of Harriet Simmons Memorial 215/233

SIMMONS, Walter labourer Mintaro Co Stanley. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 118 County Victoria

SIMMONS, Walter farmer Boolcunda East Co Newcastle 1891[-1897] Memorial 140/410

No 1

SIMMONS, William labourer Reedbeds 1855 Memorial 440/79

SIMMONS, William farmer Reedbeds 1858 Memorial 195/237

No 2

SIMMONS, William farmer Mt Torrens 1853 Memorial 3/53

SIMMONS, William farmer Mt Torrens 1855 Memorial 47/146

SIMMONS, William farmer Mt Torrens 1858 Application 118

SIMMONS, William of Mt Torrens, died c1866. He left his entire estate in trust to his wife, Elizabeth Ann Simmons, during her widowhood, then to his children in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant Memorial 223/214

No 3

SIMMONS, William shoemaker Pt Lincoln 1867.Trustee Wesleyan Methodist Chapel Pt Lincoln Application 8810

SIMMONS, William sheepfarmer Pt Lincoln. Trustee unnamed Church Hundred of Louth land grant 1900 Grant Book 21 Page 49 County Flinders

SIMMONS, William the Elder farmer Pt Lincoln 1902[-1906] Memorial 165/446

No 1

SIMMONS, William Francis storekeeper Mt Gambier and Eliza Simmons his wife 1881 Application 18147

SIMMONS, William Francis storekeeper Mt Gambier 1884[-1888] Memorial 89/358, Application 21468

SIMMONS, William Francis storekeeper Mt Gambier, died 18/9/1914. Husband of Eliza Simmons. Father of Alfred William Simmons storeman Mt Gambier. Other children mentioned but not named. Eliza Simmons died 1/10/1921 26 Southey St, St Kilda Vic, of cerebral haemorrhage and heart failure, aged 78. Born London, Middlesex, England (daughter of Robert GUY farmer and Susannah Louisa Guy nee DURHAM). In SA 68 years. 6 months in Vic. Married Adelaide aged 25. Surviving children - Maud Edith Simmons 50, Frank Simmons deceased; Alfred William Simmons 45; Mabel Alice Simmons 42; Gertrude Constance Simmons 38; Eliza Hildegard Simmons deceased Memorials 91 & 92/510

SIMMOUNDS, Samuel labourer Bagot Well 1876 Memorial 249/288

No 1

SIMMS, Alfred commercial traveller Adelaide 1876 Memorial 30/295

SIMMS, Alfred brewer Adelaide 1878[-1889] Memorial110/307

SIMMS, Alfred gentleman Adelaide, about to reside abroad for some time, power of attorney to William Knox SIMMS gentleman Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 12/2/1884 Deposit 15/1884

simms, Alfred out of business North Adelaide, and Priscilla Simms, his wife, about to visit Europe and other parts of the world, having separate business interests, power of attorney to Robert Alfred STOCK Director of the SA Brewing Malting and Wine and Spirit Co Ltd, Hindley St, Adelaide, to manage their respective SA business interests 9/4/1991 Deposit 49/1891

SIMMS, Alfred gentleman North Adelaide, died c1901. He left his entire estate to his wife, Priscilla Simms. Executors; Edward Simms accountant Adelaide and John BARKER stock and station agent Adelaide Memorial 74/443

SIMMS, Priscilla widow of Alfred Simms remarried to Harry BICKFORD wholesale druggist Adelaide by 1906. The Bickfords lived at Mt Lofty Memorials 202 & 212/454

SIMMS, Alice spinster Adelaide 1916 Application 26514

SIMMS, Arthur chemist Adelaide (pt TA 78 King William St) 1856 Memorial 204/137

SIMMS, Charles licensed victualler Kent Town Hotel Kent Town 1889 Memorial 22/398

SIMMS, David of Franklin Harbour 1884 Memorial 236/359

No 1

SIMMS, Edward clerk Adelaide 1890 Memorial 196/403

SIMMS, Edward stock broker Adelaide (Old Exchange) and Harry Simms gentleman 70 Cornhill, London, Middlesex, England sons of the late William Knox Simms and Jane Simms his wife of Adelaide 1905 Memorial 179/454

No 1

SIMMS, Emanuel farmer Harrogate, died 21/12/1890. Husband of Alice Honorah Simms Memorial 185/473

SIMMS, Alice Honorah widow Harrogate 1899 Memorial 53/439

SIMMS, Alice Honorah widow formerly of Harrogate but now of Clarence Park 1907[-1913] Memorial 46/457

SIMMS, Harry gentleman 70 Cornhill, London, Middlesex, England, power of attorney to Edward SIMMS stock broker Old Exchange, Adelaide, to secure his legacy from the wills of his parents, William Knox Simms and Jane Simms 15/12/1905 Deposit 12/1906

SIMMS, Henry labourer McLaren Vale 1854[-1891] Memorial 399/69

SIMMS, Joseph carpenter Adelaide (Wakefield St) 1856 Memorial 144/105

No 1

SIMMS, Thomas [Thomas Charles] 31 bachelor cabinetmaker Sydney (came per Hercules) m Elizabeth ADDISON 24 spinster Sydney (she could not write), 1/12/1828 St James Sydney, Richard HILL Chaplain, the celebrant. John Ikie and Ann KETTLE 3 Liverpool St, Sydney, witnessed the ceremony. Child Thomas John Simms born 27/7/1829 at the parents’ home Castlereagh St, Sydney, and baptised St James’ Church, King St, Sydney 16/8/1829 by the Rev’d Richard Hill. Thomas Charles Simms publican North Road [Windmill Inn Section 349B], died 7/3/1850 of exhausted vitality, aged 53. Stephen MOYLE apprentice to G SOWARD undertaker Rundle St, Adelaide, registered the death. Moyle could not write. Simms’s son, TJ Simms was a farmer North Road, when his father died. Application 2677

SIMMS, Thomas Charles publican Adelaide 1847 Memorial 5/11

SIMMS, Thomas Charles publican formerly of Adelaide but now of the North Road 1849 Memorial 169/18

SIMMS, Thomas Charles carpenter Adelaide 1838 . Licensed victualler Adelaide 1849. Linked with Thomas John Simms licensed victualler Windmill Inn Great North Road 1861 Application 2677.

No 1

SIMMS, Thomas John cabinetmaker Adelaide 1839 now innkeeper North Road 1855 Application 23294

SIMMS, Thomas John publican Windmill Inn North Road 1850[-1853] Memorial 426/26 Eldest son and heir of Thomas Charles Simms the former publican now deceased 1850[-1853] Memorials 426/26 & 2/48

SIMMS, Thomas John farmer North Road 1853[-1854] He owned the Windmill Inn on Section 349, which he leased out Memorial 177/52

SIMMS, Thomas John innkeeper formerly of Adelaide but now of the North Road 1855 Memorial 288/84

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

SIMMS, Thomas John labourer Adelaide 1851 Memorial 284/37

SIMMS, William grocer Bowden 1885 Application 20730

No 1

SIMMS, William Knox Esquire formerly of Adelaide but at present absent therefrom 1861 Memorial 333/172

SIMMS, William Knox brewer Adelaide, about to leave the province for a time, power of attorney to Edgar CHAPMAN brewer Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 7/3/1870 Deposit 180/1870

SIMMS, William Knox formerly brewer but then out of business Adelaide, died 25/12/1897 Glenelg. Estate worth £345,000. Husband of Jane Simms. Brother-in-law of Miss E FAULKNER of Nairne. He owned houses in Victoria Place and Shannon St, Glenelg and near the Mt Lofty Railway Station Memorials 221/433 & 11/434

SIMON, Adolph Rudolph Albert farmer near Hoyleton trustee unnamed School Hundred of Hall Hundred of Hall land grant 1890 Grant Book 56 Page 224 County Stanley

No 1

SIMON, Carl Rudolf farmer near Greenock 1864 Application 5006.

SIMON, Carl Rudolph farmer Hoyle Plains 1876[-1891] Application 15409, Memorial 90/410

SIMON, Ernst Reinhold farmer Bethel 1864 Application 5068

No 1

SIMON, Friedrich cellarman (linked with James Thomson brewer Walkerville Brewery) Walkerville 1851 Memorial 95/31

SIMON, Friedrich of Adelaide 1855 Memorial 460/93

SIMON, Friedrich brewer Adelaide 1867 Application 8691

SIMON, Friedrich brewer formerly of Adelaide (on the corner of Surflen St [late Breaker St] and Survey St TA 526) but now of Laura in the Northern Areas 1875 Memorial 62/280

SIMON, Friedrich brewer formerly of Walkerville but now of Laura 1877 Memorial 190/296

SIMON, Gustav farmer near Kapunda Co Light. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 120 County Victoria

No 1

SIMON, Joachim Christoph Ludwig linked with Hermann Diedrich MUEGGE/MUGGE/MÜGGE both farmers Hundred of Barossa 1853 Grant Book 1 Page 38 County Adelaide

SIMON, Joachim Christoph Ludwig farmer Hundred of Barossa 1854 Memorial 4/62

SIMON, Joachim Christoph Ludwig farmer Concordia 1858 Application 111

SIMON, Ludwig farmer Concordia 1863 Application 4438

No 1 - likely to be the same person

SIMON, John James farmer Hundred of Minburra 1890 Memorial 161/406

SIMON, John James farmer Yongala 1898 Memorial 28/435

SIMON, John James farmer Yongala had died by 1903. Susan Simon widow Yongala inherited his entire estate Grant Book 13 Page 208 County Dalhousie

SIMON, Louis formerly eating house keeper Pt Augusta but now hotelkeeper Angaston 1884 Memorial 37/360

SIMON, Louis Rudolph farmer Pinnaroo. Hundred of Pinnaroo land grant 1926 Grant Book 12 Page 54 County Chandos

SIMON, Ludwig Ernst Paul farmer Hundred of Palmer 1885 Memorial 228/367

SIMON, Mary Ann of Yongala. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1882 Grant Book 13 Page 200 County Dalhousie

No 1

SIMON, Reinhold Gustav Adalbert farmer Halbury 1913 Memorial 106/469

SIMON, Reinhold Gustav Adalbert farmer Halbury, died 20/2/1945. Father of William Percy Reinhold Simon Memorial 3/519
No 1

SIMON, Rudolph farmer Greenock Creek 1854 Memorial 433/74

SIMON, Rudolph farmer Hundred of Belvidere 1859 Memorial 336/151

No 1 - perhaps the same person

SIMON, William driver York 1888 Application 21517

SIMON, William farmer Yongala 1889[-1892] Memorial 75/396

SIMONDS, Benjamin Robert mason Gawler South 1876 Memorial 250/289

No 1

SIMONS, Bernard currier Hindmarsh 1851 Memorial 144/233

SIMONS, Bernard farmer Hindmarsh 1862 Application 3314

SIMONS, Bernard (died 30/4/1887) and Marcella Simons (died 17/7/1886), were married at Hindmarsh and had 10 children - 5 died in infancy, John Joseph Simons old age pensioner Richard St, Hindmarsh died 5/5/1938 a bachelor and intestate, Nicholas Simons died 3/5/1925 Mile End, Thomas Simons died 10/4/? Perth WA, and David Simons died Dubbo NSW year not stated. Mary Ann GRIMES widow 1 Richard St, Hindmarsh, born 23/7/1859, the last surviving child 1938 Application 29383

SIMONS, George [probably farmer Emu Flat, Hundred of Clare] 1864 Memorial 84/244

No 1

SIMONS, Henry miner Kapunda 1875 Application 14751

SIMONS, Henry miner Kapunda. Member Wesleyan Chapel Kapunda 1876 Application 14752

SIMONS, James farmer Echunga 1869 Memorial 85/238

No 1

SIMONS, John farmer Richard St, Hindmarsh linked with Mary Ann Simons spinster Richard St, Hindmarsh 1897 Memorial 152/433

SIMONS, John tanner Richard St, Hindmarsh 1905 Memorial 75/453

GRIMES, Mary Ann widow Richards St Hindmarsh [relict of the late Benjamin Grimes], died 1/2/1941 Hawker St, Croydon. Mother of Marcella Mary QUINN married woman Hawker St, Croydon Application 29383

No 2

SIMONS, John farmer Echunga, eldest son of the late James Simons farmer Echunga 1898. Thomas Simons farmer Echunga was another son Application 23566

No 3

SIMONS, John plumber Edwardstown. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1907 Grant Book 2 Page 17 County Adelaide

SIMONS, John Cornelius bachelor Port Road 1858 Memorial 116/139

SIMONS, John Joseph old age pensioner Richard St, Hindmarsh, died 5/5/1938 Memorial 128/512

No 1

SIMONS, Joseph yeoman Port Road 1850 Memorial 40/23

SIMONS, Joseph [formerly yeoman but then] licensed victualler Port Road 1853[-1857] Memorial 322/49

No 1

SIMONS, Joseph Henry labourer Alberton 1870 Application 10909

SIMONS, Joseph Henry storeman Queenstown 1879 Application 17287

SIMONS, Nicholas agent Pt Germein. Hundred of Telowie land grant 1882 Grant Book 24 Page 772 County Frome

SIMONS, Richard Henry Quartermain carpenter Echunga, became a bankrupt in 1898 Memorial 3/436

No 1

SIMONS, Richard Roguin bricklayer Gawler 1855 Memorial 338/93

SIMONS, Richard Roguin bricklayer Willaston 1857 Memorial 147/115

SIMONS, Richard Roguin stonemason Willaston 1857[-1862] Memorial 239/122

SIMONS, Richard Roguin mason Willaston 1865[-1867] Application 6684, Application 8346

SIMONS, Richard Roguin formerly bricklayer Gawler 1855 now mason Willaston 1866 Application 7628.

SIMONS, Richard Roguin mason Willaston 1898, stated that he had lived at Willaston since 1855 Application 23691.

SIMONS, Samuel farmer Marleston and Caroline Janet Simons his wife 1913 Memorial 60/468

No 1

SIMONS, Thomas currier Clare 1888 Application 27041

SIMONS, Thomas carrier Clare 1889 Memorial 57/399

SIMONS, Thomas carrier formerly of Clare but now of North Fremantle WA 1906 Memorial 198/454

SIMONS, V/T/N auctioneer Tarcoola 1915 Memorial 174/472

No 1

SIMONS, William miner Lyndoch Valley 1849 Enrolment 42/13

SIMONS, William mine agent Barossa Mine Victoria Creek 1852[-1853] Memorial 395/44

No 2

SIMONS, William labourer Bowden 1875 Application 14134.

No 1

SIMONS, William Slade of Pt Adelaide 1840 Application 20486

SIMONS, William Slade publican formerly of Pt Adelaide 1839 but now of Alberton 1841. Husband of Pleasant Simons Application 12262, Application 23360

SIMONS, William Slade publican Alberton 1844 Memorial 443/3

SIMONS, William Slade labourer Alberton 1845 Memorial 412/5

SIMONS, William Slade blacksmith Alberton 1851 Memorial 132/37

No 1

SIMPER, Edward labourer Findon 1853[-1856] Memorial 172/57

SIMPER, Edward overseer Reedbeds 1868 Application 9264

SIMPER, Edward overseer York township Port Road 1878[-1888] Memorial 197/309

SIMPER, Edward labourer York 1891, had lived in the township since 1852, except for short periods at Mt Barker and in Melbourne Vic Application 22071

SIMPER, Edward overseer York township on the Port Road 1899 Application 23858

No 1

SIMPER, James butcher York township Port Road 1878 Memorial 149/311

SIMPER, James labourer York township Port Road near Adelaide 1893 Memorial 210/418

SIMPER James night watchman York township 1913, declared that his sisters, Sarah Ann DIXON and Elizabeth Jane LOUD married women York lived next door to him. They appeared to be children of Edward Simper Application 26281

SIMPER, Samuel of Adelaide 1895 Memorial 181/426

No 1

SIMPER, Thomas John farmer Baroota trustee Public Cemetery Hundred of Baroota land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 696 County Frome

SIMPER, Thomas John farmer Baroota trustee Bible Christian Chapel and School Hundred of Baroota land grant 1882 Grant Book 24 Page 696 County Frome

SIMPER, Thomas John farmer Hundred of Baroota 1898 Memorial 79/435

SIMPER, Thomas John farmer Mambray Creek Hundred of Baroota land grant 1900 Grant Book 24 Page 700 County Frome

SIMPER, Thomas William farmer Littlehampton, died 21/7/1917 Memorial 96/476

SIMPKIN, W farmer Two Wells 1890 Memorial 175/406

SIMPSON, A Allen and MOULDEN, Arnold M, Directors of the Metropolitan Brick Company Ltd, of Hawker St, Brompton 1929 Application 27721

SIMPSON, AD proclaimed bank manager Kingston S-E 1920 Memorial 96/515
SIMPSON, Alexander labourer Thomson Gully [possibly in the Western Sources of the Torrens] 1855 Memorial 177/89

No 1

SIMPSON, Alfred tinman Adelaide 1857 Memorial 259/121

SIMPSON, Alfred tinplate importer Adelaide 1864 Memorial 62/196

SIMPSON, Alfred Muller of Adelaide lent capital to the City and Suburban Steam Brickmaking Co Ltd of Main Road Blackwood (pt Section 1042 Hundred of Adelaide) and Gresham St, Adelaide 1896. The company had operated since at least 1884, but became bankrupt in 1899 [although apparently still continued to operate]. Brick Manufacturers Ltd of 32 Waymouth St, Adelaide, purchased the assets in 1938 Application 20053 and LTO CT 452/173

No 1 - likely to be the same person

SIMPSON, Archibald formerly of Light's Village but now farmer Mt Barker 1848 Memorial 450/11

SIMPSON, Archibald farmer Strathalbyn 1856[-1858] Memorial 448/98

SIMPSON, Arthur Carew farmer Mann Tce, North Adelaide 1926 Application 27476

SIMPSON, B clerk Adelaide 1883 Memorial 117/353

SIMPSON, Catherine Harriet and SIMPSON, Katie Allen spinsters Parkside, daughters of Alfred Muller Simpson merchant Adelaide 1916 Application 26554

SIMPSON, Daniel shipwright Pt Adelaide 1837 Memorial 339/2

No 1

SIMPSON, David blacksmith Bay Road 1852[-1855] Memorial 324/42

SIMPSON, David blacksmith Yankalilla 1858[-1866] Memorial 257/136

SIMPSON, David blacksmith Meadows 1872 Meadows Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee Application 12431

No 2

SIMPSON, David miller Narracoorte 1870[-1905] Memorials 85/248 & 181/255

SIMPSON, David of Narracoorte 1876 Memorial 7/293

SIMPSON, David stockholder Padthaway near Naracoorte Hundred of Glen Roy land grant 1877 Grant Book 29 Page 286 County MacDonnell

SIMPSON, David stockholder Naracoorte Co Robe. Hundred of Wirrega land grant 1880[-1886] Grant Book 7 Page 42 County Buckingham Perhaps linked with Helen Simpson widow Strathalbyn 1880 Grant Book 7 Page 42 County Buckingham

SIMPSON, David stockholder Narracoorte 1884 Memorial 180/358

No 3 - likely to be the same person

SIMPSON, David sheep farmer Wirrega Co Buckingham 1879[-1880] Memorial 40/313

SIMPSON, D JP of Wirrega Bordertown 1880 Memorial 123/320

SIMPSON, David JP of Bordertown 1886 Memorial 83/376

SIMPSON, David of Nalang became a bankrupt in 1889 Memorial 136/399

SIMPSON, DB merchant Terowie 1944 Memorial 193/518

SIMPSON, Edward shoemaker, George Thomas Simpson currier, Elvina Procklow Simpson spinster and Margaret Simpson widow all of Adelaide (Hutt St) 1875 Memorial 36/280

No 1

SIMPSON, Edward Robert Secretary to the SA Board of Advice of the SA Company 1860[-1879] Memorial 207/162

SIMPSON, Edward Robert secretary to the Adelaide and Suburban Tramway Co of Currie St, Adelaide 1883 Memorial 72/350

SIMPSON, Edward Robert gentleman Adelaide 1885[-1888] Memorial 163/368

No 1

SIMPSON, Eliza widow Kooringa 1892[-1898] Memorial 220/415

SIMPSON, Eliza widow Kooringa died 13/4/1918. Mother of Richard Simpson labourer Kooringa and John Simpson farmer Belalie North 1924 Memorial 120/491

SIMPSON, Frank Howourth Steadman blacksmith Solomon Town 1899 Application 23876

No 1

SIMPSON, Frederick no description and Jane Simpson his wife - perhaps a sister to Mary Ann MARTIN wife of James Martin no description. The women inherited Section 243 Hundred of Upper Wakefield 1859 Memorial 313/158

No 2

SIMPSON, Frederick fireman Aberdeen 1879 Memorial 181/322

SIMPSON, Frederick formerly engine driver Aberdeen near Kooringa but now restaurant keeper Hamley Bridge 1895. In between these two positions, he lived at 60 Archer St, North Adelaide Application 22856

SIMPSON, Frederick confectioner Aberdeen near Kooringa 1898 Application 23676

No 3 - perhaps the same person

SIMPSON, Frederick upholsterer Adelaide Arcade 1891 Memorial 81/411

SIMPSON, Frederick watchmaker The Arcade, Adelaide 1897 Application 23482

No 1

SIMPSON, Frederick John cabinetmaker Norwood 1854[-1856] Memorial 483/78

SIMPSON, Frederick John carpenter Norwood 1864 Application 5198

SIMPSON, Frederick John licensed victualler Adelaide 1875 Application 14359.

SIMPSON, Fredrick John publican Walkerville died c1883. Trustees - Vincent Henry Simpson carpenter Walkerville and Arthur William Simpson carpenter Walkerville. The widow, Hannah Simpson, had a life interest in certain real estate, then to the daughter, Isabella TUNSTALL wife of James Tunstall publican Goodwood, in remainder expectant 1883 Application 19961

SIMPSON, Frederick John licensed victualler Walkerville, died 15/10/1883. His wife, Hannah Simpson, had a life interest in trust in his estate. Executors - Vincent Henry Simpson and Arthur William Simpson both of Walkerville Memorial 219/353

No 1

SIMPSON, George labourer Morphett Vale 1851 Memorial 82/35

No 2

SIMPSON, George innkeeper Angaston 1851 Memorial 293/37

No 1

SIMPSON, George Parsons Esquire Woodville brother to Henry Simpson merchant Adelaide 1874 Memorial 179/277

SIMPSON, George Parsons gentleman Woodville 1877 Memorial 136/298

SIMPSON, George Walter licensed victualler Adelaide (Clarence Hotel, King William St) 1878[-1880] Memorial 142/318

No 1

SIMPSON, Helen Young spinster Hundred of Wirrega 1886 Memorial 83/376

SIMPSON, Helen Young spinster Hundred of Wirrega, power of attorney to Henry Chaffey BAKER accountant Morialta Chambers, Victoria Square West, Adelaide, to arrange a mortgage for her land Credit agreement 13270, with the Queensland Investment and Land Mortgage Co Ltd 27/4/1886 Deposit 64/1886

No 1

SIMPSON, Henry wharfinger Pt Adelaide 1850 Memorial 389/23 SIMPSON, Henry shipping agent Pt Adelaide 1851 Enrolment 1/11

SIMPSON, Henry merchant Pt Adelaide 1853 Memorial 180/54

SIMPSON, Henry and GILES, Henry shipping agents and co-partners Pt Adelaide 1852 Memorial 95/43

SIMPSON, Henry Esquire Pt Adelaide 1853[-1854] Memorial 300/58

SIMPSON, Henry merchant Alberton 1854 Memorial 18/70

SIMPSON, Henry shipping agent Pt Adelaide 1855[-1870] Memorial 158/137

SIMPSON, Henry merchant Pt Adelaide and Woodville father of James Simpson 1867 Memorial 247/218

SIMPSON, Henry merchant Adelaide father of James Siddon Simpson and William Amos Simpson Esquires Adelaide 1874 Memorial 3/278

SIMPSON, Henry merchant formerly of Woodville 1864 but now of Glen Osmond 1878 Application 17025

SIMPSON, Henry merchant Glen Osmond 1878. Perhaps related to James Liddon Simpson merchant Woodville Application 16967

SIMPSON, Henry of Pt Adelaide used to own pt Section 409 Hundred of Yatala and sold c April 1881. He used to lease out the house facing Port Road and Mitchell St to various tenants, including - George Alexander CONNOR and his wife Jessie Hall Connor (perhaps late 1850s),and William Rendall CAVE (for 6 years in the early 1860s) whose nephew Charles Herbert WARREN, by 1909 grain merchant Adelaide, lived with him for a time Application 25652

SIMPSON, Henry of Ridge Park, died c1884. Linked with James Liddow Simpson gentleman Woodville and William Amos Simpson gentleman Adelaide Memorials 125 & 126/362

SIMPSON, Henry Esquire Ridge Park near Adelaide, died 1887-1888. Father of William Amos Simpson merchant Adelaide, who was one of the partners in Henry Simpson & Son merchants Adelaide Application 21355

SIMPSON, Henry merchant Ridge Park near Adelaide, died 26/4/1884. Father of James Liddon Simpson and William Amos Simpson and father in law of William MILNE and Leslie MCLAREN Memorial 123/381

No 2

SIMPSON, Henry merchant Glen Osmond moved to Tenterden in 1851, and lived there until c1868. Labourer John HILL had already moved to Tenterden c1847, and lived in a mud cottage next door to Henry Simpson. He rented the furniture from 'FERGUSON of the Port' for 5/- a week. Hill became insolvent on 2/2/1858, and the Official Assignee sold the property to Henry SIMPSON. Hill's receipt for the land purchase, the only title he had to the land, had been given to a Mr SYMES to arrange a title, but Symes had left SA without completing the transaction Application 12280

No 3

SIMPSON, Henry and SIMPSON, Frederick farmers Mudla Wirra 1866 Application 7137

No 1

SIMPSON, Henry farmer Allendale 1874 Application 13625

No 1

SIMPSON, Henry farmer Erith post office near Balaklava Hundred of Balaklava land grant 1881 Grant Book 26 Page 114 County Gawler

No 1

SIMPSON, Henry miner Belton 1888 Memorial 238/392

No 1

SIMPSON, HGL articled clerk Adelaide 1895 Memorial 242/423

SIMPSON, HGL law clerk Adelaide 1898 Memorial 161/433

SIMPSON, Henry Gordon Liddon formerly solicitor Adelaide but now a member of HM NSW Expeditionary Forces linked with Freebairn Liddon Simpson of Concession Hill in the District of Hartley, Mashonaland, Southern Rhodesia and Margaret Elphinstone THOW wife of William Thow engineer Warrawee NSW 1915 Memorials 89 & 90/473

SIMPSON, Henry Richard clerk Kensington. St George's Magill trustee 1940 Memorial 174/514

SIMPSON, Hilda Margaret of Cape Jervis 1974, born Shepton Mallett, Somerset, England, living at Delamere since 1929 Application 29923

SIMPSON, Horatio Nelson gentleman Adelaide 1844[-1845] Memorial 212/4

No 1

SIMPSON, James police trooper Redruth 1860 Memorial 319/165

No 2

SIMPSON, James engineer formerly of Ballarat Vic but now of Otago Province New Zealand 1875 Memorial 124/285

SIMPSON, James engineer formerly of Ballarat Vic, but now of Dunedin, Otago, New Zealand, power of attorney to Frederick GRIFFITHS book keeper Adelaide, to recover a debt of £107 from the Priscilla and Pioneer Gold Mining Companny Northern Territory SA 26/7/1875 Deposit 236/1875

No 3

SIMPSON, James tobacconist and hairdresser Adelaide (King William St) 1894 Memorial 163/421

No 1

SIMPSON, James Liddon gentleman Pt Adelaide and Woodville 1868. Enrolment 7/54

SIMPSON, James Liddon merchant Woodville 1878. Linked with Henry Simpson merchant Glen Osmond Application 16967

SIMPSON, James Liddon coal merchant Pt Adelaide 1882 Application 19306

SIMPSON, James Liddon, William Amos Simpson and Leslie MCLAREN coal merchants Adelaide trading under the style or firm of Henry Simpson & Sons. Linked with the late Henry Simpson formerly merchant Ridge Park near Adelaide now deceased 1885. L McLaren resigned from the partnership 22/12/1885 Memorials 8 & 9/417

SIMPSON, James Liddon merchant Woodville 1898 Memorial 42/436

SIMPSON, James Liddon gentleman Woodville, died 28/12/1899, of 9 months' multiple neuritis, aged 55 Application 25214

No 2

SIMPSON, James Liddon accountant Adelaide 1914 Memorial 156/471

No 1

SIMPSON, James Young Wesleyan Methodist Minister Gawler 1877 Memorial 226/306

SIMPSON, James Young minister of the gospel Glenelg President SA Wesleyan Methodist Conference 1887 Grant Book 34 Page 164 County Herbert

SIMPSON, James Young Methodist minister Adelaide 1888 Grant Book 7 Page 47 County Buckingham

No 1

SIMPSON, John farmer Evanston 1853 Memorial 364/62

No 2

SIMPSON, John cabinetmaker Norwood 1855 Memorial 46/82

No 3

SIMPSON, John storekeeper Adelaide Hundred of Macclesfield land grant 1858 Grant Book 36 Page 357 County Hindmarsh

No 4

SIMPSON, John Union Bank of Australia manager Adelaide 1860[-1861] Memorial 294/168

SIMPSON, John assistant inspector Union Bank of Australia presently Acting Manager of the Adelaide Branch 1861 Memorial 306/189

SIMPSON, John Assistant Inspector of the Union Bank of Australia formerly of Adelaide but now in parts beyond the seas 1861 Memorial 333/173

SIMPSON, John assistant inspector of the Union Bank of Australia formerly of Adelaide but now of New Zealand 1864 Memorial 47/197

SIMPSON, John Assistant Inspector of the Union Bank of Australasia, presently acting manager of the Branch of the said bank in Adelaide, about to leave the province, power of attorney to Frederick Foote TURNER solicitor Gawler to manage his SA business affairs 9/3/1861 Deposit 111/1863

No 5

SIMPSON, John clerk to JP BOUCAUT solicitor Adelaide 1864[-1867] Memorial 83/194

SIMPSON, John articled clerk Adelaide, became a bankrupt in 1867 Memorial 170/225

No 6

SIMPSON, John the Elder labourer Kooringa 1878 Memorial 217/312

No 7

SIMPSON, John bootmaker Unley 1878 Application 16899.

No 8

SIMPSON, John farmer Belalie North, died 18/4/1945. Husband of Eliza Jane Simpson. Father of John Richard Simpson farmer Mt Bryan, Edward Victor Clarence Simpson, Samuel Gabriel Simpson, Dorcas Pearl PRIOR, Violet Hilda CUMMINGS and Eliza Elizabeth ATKINS Memorial 185/519

SIMPSON, John McFarlane herbalist Adelaide 1937 Memorial 159/511

SIMPSON, Joseph miller Gawler 1855[-1859] Memorial 249/86

SIMPSON, Nathaniel Thomas farmer Antechamber Bay Kangaroo Island. Hundred of Dudley land grant 1902 Grant Book 11 Page 11 County Carnarvon

No 1

SIMPSON, Peter yeoman New Hamburgh 1855 Memorial 22/82

SIMPSON, Peter yeoman New Hamburgh Hundred of Bremer 1857 Memorial 104/168

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

SIMPSON, Peter farmer Mt Gambier Hundred of Gambier land grant 1862 Grant Book 30 Page 64 County Grey

SIMPSON, Peter of Mt Gambier administrator of the £40 estate of the late Caroline Simpson now deceased 1897 Memorial 62/435

No 3

SIMPSON, Peter labourer Penola 1874 Memorial 85/278

SIMPSON, Peter Alexander Vatas schoolmaster Dawesley 1866 Memorial 199/210

No 1 - perhaps the same person

SIMPSON, Richard shepherd Canowie near Kooringa 1858[-1867] Memorial 153/134

SIMPSON, Richard labourer Booborowie Station 1871 Application 11622

SIMPSON, Richard householder Kooringa 1886 Memorial 19/379

SIMPSON, Richard labourer Mt Bryan, died 1889. He left his entire estate to his wife, Eliza Simpson Memorial 230/396

SIMPSON, Richard labourer Mt Bryan, died 24/2/1889 Kooringa. His £320 estate to his wife, Eliza Simpson. He could not write Application 27856

No 1

SIMPSON, Robert bricklayer Adelaide 1847[-1848] Memorial 13/250

SIMPSON, Robert mason Adelaide 1870[-1873] Memorial 14/250

No 2

SIMPSON, Robert of Le Fevre Peninsula 1859 Memorial 148/332

No 3

SIMPSON, Robert labourer Shoreham 1880 Application 18279

SIMPSON, Robert Percival farmer Walkerville 1856 Memorial 302/100

SIMPSON, Samuel Gabriel farmer Belalie North 1946 Memorial 154/520

No 1 - perhaps the same person

SIMPSON, Stanley Rupert draper Pt Pirie 1899 Application 23876

SIMPSON, SR of Terowie 1913 Memorial 196/468

SIMPSON, Stephen farmer Hog Bay Kangaroo Island. Hundred of Dudley land grant 1909 Grant Book 11 Page 15 County Carnarvon

No 1

SIMPSON, Thomas mail guard Gawler 1851 Memorial 358/36

No 2 - likely to be the same person

SIMPSON, Thomas postmaster Hog Bay Kangaroo Island 1886 Memorial 77/376

SIMPSON, Thomas farmer Antechamber Bay Kangaroo Island 1892 Memorial 69/414

No 1

SIMPSON, Thomas Currie a minor Yankalilla linked with David Simpson blacksmith Yankalilla 1858 Memorial 257/136

SIMPSON, Thomas Currie blacksmith Aberdeen 1875 Application 14428

SIMPSON, Thomas Currie coachbuilder Pt Pirie and Julia Simpson his wife 1885 Application 20731

SIMPSON, Thomas Currie blacksmith Solomontown 1912[-1916] Memorial 193/467

No 1

SIMPSON, Vincent Henry publican Gilberton 1893 Application 22467

SIMPSON, Vincent Henry gentleman Park Tce, Gilberton 1908 Application 25517

SIMPSON, Vincent Henry gentleman Mt Lofty 1914 Application 26335

SIMPSON, W fisherman College Place, Pt Adelaide 1904 Application 24857

No 1 FIND WHERE DID WALTER SIMPSON GET TO?

SIMPSON, Walter carpenter Adelaide (Hanson St) 1846 Memorial 446/10

SIMPSON, Walter carpenter Adelaide (Hanson St) 1848 Memorial 448/87

SIMPSON, Walter carpenter Littlehampton 1855 Memorial 63/89

SIMPSON, Walter carpenter Mt Barker 1856 Memorial 364/100

SIMPSON, Walter carpenter White Peg Gully [possibly in the vicinity of Sections 1245-1248 Hundred of Strathalbyn Co Hindmarsh] 1856 Memorial 365/100

SIMPSON, Walter farmer Section 1248 Hundred of Strathalbyn Co Hindmarsh and Mary Ann Simpson his wife 1870 Memorial 32/288

SIMPSON, Walter carpenter Mt Barker 1874 Application 13890

No 1 - likely to be the same person

SIMPSON, William sheep farmer Adelaide 1847 Memorial 471/8

SIMPSON, William miller Adelaide, died c1847. Husband and father to unnamed people. Cousin to John Thomas Simpson, Ann Elizabeth Simpson, Margaret Simpson, Jane Simpson, George Simpson and Mary Simpson orphan children of the testator's late uncle, John Simpson not described, but all apparently still in Britain. William Simpson was in a pastoral partnership with Anthony Forster on leaseland at Greenock Creek, owning for himself 1,800 whether ewes and rams. James SAWLE farmer Angaston was caring for 18 head of the testator's cattle. Trustees; John RIDLEY miller Hindmarsh and Anthony FORSTER merchant Adelaide Memorial 454/9

No 2 - perhaps the same person

SIMPSON, William labourer Adelaide (Brown St) 1855[-1856] Memorial 438/88

SIMPSON, William mechanic Adelaide 1860 Application 1953

No 3

SIMPSON, William of Adelaide father of William Henry Simpson builder Adelaide 1856 Memorial 413/100

No 4

SIMPSON, William contractor Barton 1876 Memorial 220/292

No 5

SIMPSON, William farmer Hundred of Ayers Hundred of Ayers land grant 1876 Grant Book 56 Page 200 County Stanley

No 6

SIMPSON, William wireworker Adelaide, died c1887 Memorial 3/393

No 7

SIMPSON, William farmer Morchard 1904 Book 13 Page 266 County Dalhousie

SIMPSON, William Valentine farmer Antechamber Bay Kangaroo Island. Hundred of Dudley land grant 1902[-1907] Grant Book 11 Page 11 County Carnarvon

SIMPSON, William Walker confectioner Glenelg 1872[-1873] Memorial 236/263

SIMS, Amy Dorothy formerly guest house proprietress Pt Elliot but now married woman 49 Russell Tce, Kilkenny 1953 Application 28922

SIMS, Arthur James bootmaker Hindmarsh 1924 Application 27215.

SIMS, Charles storeman Adelaide 1866 Application 7501

No 1

SIMS, Clemenia and Jane Mary Ann spinsters Topsham, Devon, England, power of attorney to John CORNISH Esquire late of Mitcham, but now of Bellair (sic), to manage their Australian business affairs 1/9/1862 Deposit 109/1870

SIMS, Clemenia spinster Torquay, Devon, England, died 15/2/1873 Bovey Tracey, Devon. Sister to Jane Mary Ann Simms commonly known as Jane Sims Memorial 120/322

SIMS, David Robert farmer Clement Gap trustee Methodist Church Mundoora 1922 Grant Book 14 Page 289 County Daly

SIMS, Dennis farmer Torrens Road, near Woodville 1879 Application 26255

No 1

SIMS, Emanuel farmer Harrogate 1871 Memorial 224/250

SIMS, Emanuel farmer Harrogate 1873 Application 12544.

SIMS, Emanuel farmer Harrogate, died 21/12/1890. He left his real estate in trust for his wife, Alice Honora Sims, to collect the income for her lifetime, then to sell the real estate and to divide the proceeds equally absolutely in remainder expectant amongst the children of Emanuel and Alice Sims. Alice GUTHRIE married woman Mill St, Clarence Park 1916 was a daughter Application 26499

SIMS, Frederic William civil servant Adelaide Co Adelaide. Cockburn (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1886 Grant Book 65 Page 164 County Not named

SIMS, George Henry bank clerk Palmerston NT. Cockburn (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1886 Grant Book 65 Page 164 County Not named

No 1

SIMS, Henry labourer McLaren Vale 1869 Memorial 94/257

No 2

SIMS, Henry storekeeper Goodwood Road 1901 Memorial 216/444

SIMS, Henry Alfred farmer Mt Torrens 1851 Memorial 350/31

SIMS, James farmer Balmoral near Sandy Creek 1863 Application 4685

SIMS, James George brewer Hindmarsh 1868 Application 9511

SIMS, Jane Mary Ann spinster Torquay, Devon, Cornwall, England, owned land in Penrice 1880 Memorial 190/321

SIMS, JL labourer Cleve 1919 Memorial 3/479

No 1

SIMS, John emigrated to SA. His son, Walter William Sims baptised 16/12/1838 by the Rev’d CB Howard. In 1853, John Sims farmer Section 6524 Hundred of Talunga made over his section to his son, WW Sims. By 1870, when WW Sims overseer Overland Corner Murray River SA, wanted to place the land under the RPA, his father withdrew the deed of gift for an unknown reason, and the application had to be withdrawn as well. By November 1870, WW Sims was an overseer on the Murray River near Wentworth, still on the SA side of the Vic-SA border Application 11025

SIMS, John farmer Sources of the Torrens 1846 Memorial 143/11

SIMS, John farmer Sources of the Torrens father of Walter William Sims 1853 Memorial 208/59

SIMS, John farmer Section 6524 Hundred of Talunga father of Walter William Sims 1870 Memorial 81/250

No 2

SIMS, John farmer Hurtle Vale 1876 Memorial 94/287

No 3

SIMS, John farmer Clement Gap trustee Institute Clement Gap 1899 Grant Book 14 Page 270 County Daly

SIMS, John Henry labourer Mt Gambier 1913[-1922] Memorial 169/468, Application 27949

SIMS, John Richard Trevally clerk Adelaide Coobowie township allotment land grant 1875 Grant Book 19 Page 444 County Fergusson

No 1 - perhaps the same person

SIMS, John William farmer Lyndoch Valley 1856 Memorial 323/97

SIMS, John William butcher Hundred of Nuriootpa 1857 Memorial 217/161

No 1

SIMS, Joseph carpenter Adelaide 1856 Memorial 144/105

SIMS, Joseph formerly of Adelaide but now of Melbourne Vic 1858 Memorial 4/141

No 1

SIMS, Joseph Griffith Esquire Oraparinna 1868 Memorial 230/255

SIMS, Joseph Griffith Esquire formerly of Oraparinna but now of Fairview Qld 1871 Memorial 15/256

SIMS, Joseph Griffith Esquire formerly of Oraparinna SA, but now of Fair View Qld, power of attorney to John SOUTAR bank manager Adelaide, to secure the repayment of money lent out on property mortgage to John William GLEESON, William Loose BEARE and Arthur KING 2/8/1871 Deposit 148/1871

No 1

SIMS, Lemuel farmer Aldinga Plains 1853 Memorial 403/61

SIMS, Lemuel farmer Myponga 1856 Memorial 170/95

SIMS, Robert builder North Adelaide 1851[-1854] Memorial 497/35

No 1 - perhaps a continuation of the previous entry

SIMS, Robert Harvey bricklayer Bowden 1848 Memorial 379/10 SIMS, Robert Harvey bricklayer North Adelaide 1849 Memorial 63/14

SIMS, Robert Harvey formerly of Bowden but now of Kermode St, North Adelaide 1850 Memorial 479/21

SIMS, Samuel farmer Aldinga Plains 1853 Memorial 403/61

No 1

SIMS, Thomas farmer Hurtle Vale 1851[-1856] Memorial 405/36

SIMS, Thomas carter Hurtle Vale 1869 Application 10003

SIMS, Thomas farmer Hurtle Vale 1891 Application 22138

No 2

SIMS, Thomas labourer Stepney 1911 Application 25996

SIMS, Walter Edwin merchant Wayville West 1931 Memorial 43/504, Application 27834

SIMS, Walter William overseer Murray River formerly near Overland Corner now near Wentworth NSW 1870, linked with John Sims farmer Section 6524 Hundred of Talunga Application 11025

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

SIMS, William farmer Section 470 Hundred of Myponga 1854 Memorial 360/78

SIMS, William the Younger farmer Carrickalinga 1856 Memorial 261/101

SIMS, William the Elder farmer Yankalilla 1858 Memorial 79/138

SIMS, William farmer Morphett Vale 1860 Memorial 312/162

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

SIMS, William Henry butcher Adelaide 1855[-1856] Memorial 213/81

SIMS, William Henry gentleman Glenelg 1862 Memorial 49/181

SIMS, William Henry the Elder butcher Adelaide 1856, died c1865. He left his entire estate in trust to his wife, Ann Sims, for her lifetime, then to his children in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant Memorial 252/207

SIMS, William Henry formerly butcher Adelaide but then gentleman Glenelg, died 27/11/1865. Husband of Ann Sims, who died c1916 College Road, Kent Town. Daughter Matilda Ann Sims died 4/10/1863 intestate, aged 23 and unmarried. Mother of Amelia Anne Sims and Alice Grace CANT. Grandmother of Gladys Elaine Sims Memorials 73 & 76/475

SIMS, William Henry formerly butcher Adelaide but then gentleman Glenelg, died 27/11/1865. He owned the Kent Town Hotel in Kent Town. WH Sims left his estate to his wife, Ann Sims, in trust for life, then to his childen in equal shares absolutely as tenants in common in remainder expectant. Estate worth £100. Children's names - Matilda Ann Sims (died 4/10/1873 intestate, aged 24), William John Sims (deceased leaving 4 children by 1896), Frederick William Sims, Albert Arthur Sims (died by 1925 leaving 1 child Albert Edward Sims electrician Kent Town), George Henry Sims, Amelia Anne Sims (died 5/10/1921 unmarried), Alice Grace CANT. Widow Ann Sims of College Rd, Kent Town, died 31/10/1916 Application 27288

SIMS, William Henry butcher later gentleman Adelaide, died 27/11/1865. His wife Ann Sims died 31/10/1916. They had 7 children: Matilda Ann Sims (died 4/10/1873 College Rd, Kent Town intestate and unmarried, of phthisis, aged 23), William John Sims, Albert Arthur Sims (customs officer Semaphore, died 7/5/1904, of cancer of the tongue, aged 42, leaving one son Albert Edward Sims electrical engineer Elizabeth St, Eastwood 1933 then 2 Palmyra Ave, New Mile End 1936), George Henry Sims (retired bank manager 7 Hastings St, Glenelg), Amelia Anne Sims (spinster Kent Rd, Kent Town died 5/10/1921 Payneham), Alice Grace CANT (widow Blackwood died 13/6/1935 Brighton, with her daughter Edna Muriel WALSH married woman Brighton as executor, also sons Bernard Revett Cant fruit grower Barmera and Glen Loftus Cant Lieutenant Commander HMSA Penguin), and Frederick Williams Sims (retired civil servant 18 Buxton St, North Adelaide 1936) Application 28026

SIMS, Ann widow Kent Town 1879[-1899] Memorial 87/314

SIMS, William Henry the Younger carter Stepney 1856 Memorial 252/207

SIMS, William John died 18/5/1891 at sea, of drowning whilst voyaging to England on the ship Britannia. He left 4 children - Gladys Elaine Sims (spinster 12 Coorona Ave, Brighton 1936), Doris Eleanor Sims (spinster 28 Mansfield St, North Adelaide 1936), Eric Davies Sims (horticulturalist Barmera 1936), and Ella Gladstone Sims (later Mrs BOWDEN married woman 18 High St, Burnside 1936) Application 28026

No 1 - probably the same person

SIMSCH, Carl Wilhelm blacksmith Tanunda 1852[-1853] Memorial 152/42

SIMSCH, Carl blacksmith Tanunda, died c1854 He left his whole estate, including his house, garden and smithy at Tanunda and land at Gnadenfrei, to Miss Johanne Louise NITSCHKE of Jacob Creek, 'as his sole and only heiress' Memorial 313/72

SIMSCH, Carl blacksmith Tanunda, died c1854. His entire estate to Johanne Luise NITSCHKE 17, daughter of Samuel Nitschke of Jacob Creek. House, garden and smithy at Tanunda, land at Gnadenfrei, two horses and other goods and chattels. Samuel Nitschke to administer the estate for his daughter Enrolment 96/39

No 1

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

SIMSON, Charles and RALSTON, Robert Haywood Esquires Roseneath Station Vic 1869 Application 10186

SIMSON, Charles, Harry and Percy Claude graziers Limestone Ridge near Narracoorte 1891 Memorial 45/408

SIMSON, Charles of Roseneath near Casterton Vic linked with Harry Bernard Simson grazier Limestone Ridge near Penola and Percy Claude Simson grazier Penola 1898 Memorial 246/434

SIMSON, John farmer Gawler 1853 Memorial 252/58

No 1

SIMSON, Robert Lang commission agent Penola 1874 Memorial 6/275

SIMSON, Robert Laing of Penola , died 13/1/1876. By 1893. his widow, Margaret Simson, lived at Armadale Vic Memorial 40/417

SINAPIUS, Isabella of Yackamoorundie 1888 Memorial 150/392

No 1

SINAPIUS, John farmer Boolcunda 1888 Memorial 14/392

SINAPIUS, John farmer Boolcunda linked with Walter Sinapius farmer Boolcunda East 1891 Memorial 139/410

SINAPIUS, Julius farmer Saddleworth Co Light. Hundred of Yackamoorundie land grant 1880 Grant Book 56 Page 91 County Stanley

SINCLAIR, Alexander Benjamin merchant Mt Gambier 1905 Memorial 4/454

No 1 – the Elder

SINCLAIR, Allan farmer Sixth Creek Co Adelaide. Hundred of Napperby land grant 1882 Grant Book 60 Page 390 County Victoria

SINCLAIR, Allan farmer Crystal Brook 1890 Memorial 209/403

No 2 – the Younger

SINCLAIR, Allan pastoralist Adelaide linked with Gertrude Mabel Sinclair married woman Moolooloo Station via Parachilna 1928 Memorial 18/499

SINCLAIR, Archibald labourer Myponga 1891 Memorial 148/407

SINCLAIR, Colin blacksmith Truro 1862 Memorial 32/186

No 1

SINCLAIR, Daniel mariner Pt Adelaide 1852 Memorial 257/43

SINCLAIR, Daniel master mariner formerly of Pt Adelaide but now of Melbourne Vic 1854 Memorial 439/67

SINCLAIR, Duncan and James farmers Muloowurtie 1886 Memorial 17/379

No 1

SINCLAIR, Edward farmer Tarlee 1871 Memorial 4/272

SINCLAIR, Edward farmer Tarlee Co Light. Hundred of Crystal Brook land grant 1880 Grant Book 60 Page 231 County Victoria

No 1

SINCLAIR, George captain of the ship Surry 1839. He bought land in Prospect and perhaps remained in SA until the late 1840s early 1850s when he retired to Kingston, Somerset, England. On 12/4/1851, he appointed BT FINNISS his local attorney to manage his SA affairs Application 14932

No 2

SINCLAIR, George draper Pt Adelaide 1858[-1876] Memorial 137/268, Application 6799

SINCLAIR, George draper Pt Adelaide foundation trustee Pt Adelaide Presbyterian Church 1882 one of two surviving foundation trustees from 1857 Application 19149

SINCLAIR, George of Glanville near Pt Adelaide c1883. Husband of Helen Sinclair Memorial 120/355

SINCLAIR, George gentleman Glanville, died 24/10/1883. All his property to his wife, Helen Sinclair Enrolment 65/53

SINCLAIR, George retired draper Glanville, died 24/10/1886 Memorial 137/374

SINCLAIR, Helen widow Glanville 1884 Memorial 75/359

SINCLAIR, Helen widow Glanville 1884 Application 20090.

SINCLAIR, Helen widow formerly of Glanville but now of Queenstown 1890 Application 21970 Widow of George Sinclair gentleman Glanville, formerly draper Pt Adelaide, who died 24/10/1883, leaving his £2,000 estate to his wife absolutely. He used to lend out money on mortgage Application 21988

No 3

SINCLAIR, George farmer Little Swamp near Pt Lincoln 1909, declared he had lived in the area for 40 years Application 25692

SINCLAIR, Hugh shoemaker O'Halloran Hill 1854[-1882] Memorial 224/69, Application 19070

No 1

SINCLAIR, James the Elder labourer Stepney 1854[-1855] Memorial 458/74

SINCLAIR, James the Elder labourer married Margaret nee ? on 15/10/1846 Delting, Shetland Islands, Scotland. Children included: Lawrence, Catherine Margaret (deceased), Margaret Mary (deceased), Ellen, James the Younger, Stewart, Jane and Mary (deceased). The Family emigrated to SA. James Sinclair labourer Stepney, died 17/10/1865 intestate, agd 43. No cause of death in the certificate. His eldest son, Lawrence Sinclair brickmaker Stepney 1875, born 28/8/1847 Delting, inherited his estate as heir at law. Margaret Sinclair remarried to John STEWART labourer Stepney before 1875 Application 14236

No 2

SINCLAIR, James sheepfarmer Pt Lincoln Hundred of Wanilla land grant 1862 Grant Book 21 Page 23 County Flinders

SINCLAIR, James sheep farmer Green Patch Pt Lincoln 1867 Memorial 165/218

SINCLAIR, James sheepfarmer Pt Lincoln 1885[-1894] Memorial 43/366, Application 21636

SINCLAIR, James the Elder Esquire Green Patch and Arrandale near Pt Lincoln, died 24/10/1895. Executors: James Sinclair the Younger farmer Wanilla, William Henry HALL storekeeper Snowtown and James TELFER station manager Pt Lincoln. Estate worth £3,500. Alexander and George Sinclair sheepfarmers Pt Lincoln apparently belonged to this family Memorials 40 & 41/433

SINCLAIR, James Thomas farmer Peebinga 1925 Grant Book 12 Page 241 County Chandos

No 1

SINCLAIR, JH clerk Adelaide 1876 Memorial 183/292

SINCLAIR, JH clerk to Messrs SYMON & BAKEWELL solicitors Adelaide 1877[-1878] Memorial 119/297

SINCLAIR, James Hugh solicitor Adelaide 1900 Application 24075

SINCLAIR, JH JP of Grange 1910 Memorial 43/463

No 1

SINCLAIR, John cattle-holder Companys Tiers 1851[-1854] Memorial 400/35

SINCLAIR, John sawyer Company’s Tiers 1855 Memorial 398/85

SINCLAIR, John farmer The Tiers 1855 Memorial 420/86

SINCLAIR, John cattle dealer Companys Tiers 1859 Memorial 122/160

SINCLAIR, John stockholder East Torrens 1854 Memorial 78/72

SINCLAIR, John farmer The Tiers 1863 Memorial 25/200

SINCLAIR, Christina widow Sixth Creek near Magill 1874 , relict of the late John Sinclair formerly stockholder Companys Tiers 1853 but then of Sixth Creek who died intestate no date Application 13650

SINCLAIR, Christina of Narridy. Hundred of Crystal Brook land grant 1881 Grant Book 60 Page 232 County Victoria

SINCLAIR, Christina widow Crystal Brook. Hundred of Narridy land grant 1883 Grant Book 60 Page 261 County Victoria

No 2

SINCLAIR, John sheep farmer Pt Lincoln 1856 Memorial 176/101

No 3

SINCLAIR, John mail driver Wellington 1860 Application 21466

No 4

SINCLAIR, John farmer Broughton (later Redhill) Co Daly. Hundred of Narridy land grant 1877 Grant Book 60 Page 254 County Victoria

SINCLAIR, John of Crystal Brook 1888 Memorial 165/392

SINCLAIR, John sheep farmer Rocky River near Narridy 1888 Memorial 27/396

SINCLAIR, John farmer Crystal Brook inherited estate under the will of the late Christina Sinclair. J Mill Sinclair farmer Rocky River a member of this family 1894 Memorial 44/422

No 5

SINCLAIR, John farmer Hundred of Cameron Co Daly 1887 Memorial 244/387

No 6

SINCLAIR, John out of business Alpha Road, Prospect linked with Stanley Bruce Sinclair company director Glenunga Ave, Glen Osmond 1924 Memorial 16/491

SINCLAIR, John Charles of Crystal Brook 1888 Memorial 165/392

SINCLAIR, John Gladstone company manager Adelaide 1936 Memorial 62/510

SINCLAIR, John Martin gentleman Pt Adelaide 1874 Memorial 54/277

No 1

SINCLAIR, John Mitchell gentleman Pt Adelaide 1854[-1857] Allotment purchase in Gold Diggers' Village Section 1085 Hundred of Pt Adelaide Memorial 63/66

SINCLAIR, John Mitchell merchant Pt Adelaide 1865 Memorial 157/205

SINCLAIR, John Mitchell formerly accountant Kingston 1860 but now merchant Pt Adelaide 1866 Application 7189

SINCLAIR, John Mitchell shipping agent Pt Adelaide 1870[-1873]. Enrolment 26/52

SINCLAIR, John Mitchell customs and shipping agent Pt Adelaide 1872. In 1856, he had been the Secretary of the Le Fevre Peninsula and Pt Adelaide Building Society, and continued in office until the Society closed down (date not stated). Apparently, the Society still operated in 1860 Application12295

SINCLAIR, John Mitchell and Thomas shipping agents Pt Adelaide 1876 Memorial 33/294

SINCLAIR, John Mitchell and Thomas merchants and shipping agents Pt Adelaide trading under the style or firm of JM Sinclair and Son, became bankrupts in 1878 Memorial 193/335

SINCLAIR, John Mitchell agent Pt Adelaide 1881 Memorial 233/332

SINCLAIR, John Mitchell commission agent Pt Adelaide 1882 Application 19411

SINCLAIR, John Mitchell shipping agent Pt Adelaide 1887 . He had been a partner in the firm of JM Sinclair & Son shipping agents Pt Adelaide, which became insolvent in April 1878 Application 21292

SINCLAIR, John Mitchell shipping agent Alberton, died 7/10/1890 North Tce, Adelaide, of heart disease, aged 71 Application 25053

No 1

SINCLAIR, John Ross of Marryatville 1853 Memorial 310/52

SINCLAIR, John R clerk to the Onkaparinga District Council Woodside 1859[-1863] Memorial 117/157

SINCLAIR, John Ross of near Woodside 1859 Application 758

SINCLAIR, John Ross builder Wooodside 1860 Application 1795

SINCLAIR, John Ross commission agent Woodside 1864[-1882] Memorial 25/197

SINCLAIR, Kenneth Neal agent Pt Lincoln 1956 Application 29222

SINCLAIR, L of 17 Frederick St, Welland 1943 Memorial 13/518

SINCLAIR, Lawrence farmer Franklin Harbour 1884[-1890] Memorial 62/363

SINCLAIR, Percy quarryman Darlington 1926 Application 27504

SINCLAIR, Percy Hunt farmer Kimba. Kimba (Hundred of Coombe) township allotment land grant 1916 Grant Book 9a Page 3 County Buxton

No 1 – perhaps the same person FIND CHECK RUN

SINCLAIR, Peter farmer Riverton 1858 Application 120

SINCLAIR, Peter farmer Grace Plains Co Gawler. Hundred of Hall land grant 1878 Grant Book 56 Page 210 County Stanley

No 2

SINCLAIR, Peter farmer Mt Muirhead trustee unnamed School Hundred of Mt Muirhead Hundred of Mt Muirhead land grant 1873 Grant Book 31 Page 193 County Grey

SINCLAIR, Peter farmer Mt Gambier Hundred of Mt Muirhead land grant 1881 Grant Book 31 Page 198 County Grey

SINCLAIR, Peter farmer Millicent 1895 Memorial 109/424

SINCLAIR, Peter farmer Millicent 1895 Application 22904

SINCLAIR, Robert accountant Kingston S-E 1882 Memorial 76/349

SINCLAIR, Ronald Lincoln Clement of Edinburgh St, Pt Lincoln aged 73 in 1949, declared that he had been born in Pt Lincoln and had lived there all his life except for 2 years' war service Application 28685

SINCLAIR, Stanley Bruce pastoralist Glenunga near Glen Osmond 1927 Memorial 165/496

No 1

SINCLAIR, Thomas the Younger merchant Pt Adelaide 1877 Memorial 95/297

SINCLAIR, Thomas merchant Pt Adelaide 1877 Application 15752

SINCLAIR, Thomas the Younger merchant Pt Adelaide, died 16/11/1893 Memorial 133/503

No 1

SINCLAIR, W John L clerk to Messrs BUNDY & DASHWOOD solicitors Adelaide 1876 Memorial 108/295

SINCLAIR, W John L law clerk Adelaide 1878 Memorial 93/307

SINCLAIR, Walter John Lockyer solicitor Kapunda 1879 Memorial 22/316

SINCLAIR, W John L solicitor Adelaide 1883 Memorial 39/347

SINCLAIR, Walter John Lockyer gentleman Adelaide and Evelyn Helen Sinclair his wife 1887 Memorial 91/384

No 1

SINCLAIR, William shoemaker Penwortham 1850 Memorial 326/101

No 2

SINCLAIR, William farmer Jacob Creek 1860 Application 1957

SINCLAIR, William farmer Jacob Creek Hundred of Clare land grant 1860 Grant Book 56 Page 38 County Stanley

SINCLAIR, William farmer London Hill Mt Gambier Caveton (Hundred of Caroline) township allotment land grant 1866 Grant Book 31 Page 25 County Grey

SINCLAIR, William farmer near Mt Gambier 1857[-1876] Memorial 349/122, Application 2230

SINCLAIR, William farmer OB Flat 1878 Memorial 94/310

SINCLAIR, William farmer formerly of OB Flat but now of Mt Gambier 1905 Application 25078

SINCOCK, Edward labourer North Adelaide 1851[-1852] Memorial 462/29

No 1

SINCOCK, John the Younger farmer Kanmantoo 1866 Application 7395

No 2

SINCOCK, John journalist Adelaide Co Adelaide. Tarcoola (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1901 Grant Book 65 Page 301 County Not named

No 1 - perhaps the same person

SINCOCK, Thomas miner Fullarton 1847 Memorial 222/9

SINCOCK, Thomas miner Kapunda 1849 Memorial 168/26

SINCOCK, Thomas miner formerly of Fullarton 1847 but now of near Kensington 1862 Application 3397

SING, Ah gardener Kooringa 1888 Memorial 13/393

No 1

SING, Jim Hop gardener Findon 1921 Memorial 23/482

SING, Jim Hop gardener Findon 1922 Application 27086

No 1

SINGE, Karl brickmaker Nuriootpa 1859 Memorial 320/156

SINGE, Karl formerly brickmaker Nuriootpa 1859 but now farmer Springton 1865 Application 6922

SINGH, Jawar hawker Keith. Keith (Hundred of Stirling) township allotment land grant 1910 Grant Book 7 Page 100 County Buckingham

SINGH, Kaiser storekeeper Maggea. Maggea (Hundred of Holder) township allotment land grant 1916 Grant Book 3 Page 281 County Albert

SINGH, Otim farmer Kingscote Kangaroo Island 1905[-1908] Memorial 11/453, Application 25473

SINGH, Rhoda storekeeper Ramco. Waikerie (Hundred of Waikerie) township allotment land grant 1910[-1911] Grant Book 3 Page 113 County Albert

No 1

SINGLEHURST, Robert barker Kensington 1850 Memorial 422/23

SINGLEHURST, Robert merchant Adelaide 1852 Memorial 496/39 Merchant formerly of Adelaide but now of parts beyond the seas 1853 Memorial 282/54

SINGLEHURST, Robert merchant formerly of Adelaide, but now of Liverpool, Co Lancs, England, power of attorney to William YOUNGHUSBAND and George YOUNG merchants Adelaide, in place of George William BROCKELHURST merchant Adelaide, to manage his Hindley St property on pt Town Acre 48, sold to Peter CUMMING merchant Adelaide 7/11/1853. By 18/4/1864, R Singlehurst was a merchant at Birkenhead, Co Chester. He had returned to Liverpool again by 2/10/1873 Deposits 134/OA, 64/1865, 80/1874

No 1

SINGLETON, Francis Corbet Esquire North Adelaide 1850[-1852] Memorial 318/22

SINGLETON, Francis Corbet Esquire Walkerville 1852 Memorial 459/43

SINGLETON, Francis Corbet Esquire North Adelaide, power of attorney to Charles Ridley HINDS Esquire North Adelaide, to sell his SA real estate 29/1/1853. He was back in SA again by 1876 Deposits 49/OA, 103/1876

SINGLETON, Francis Corbet gentleman New Glenelg Co Adelaide. Hundred of Kanmantoo land grant 1861 Grant Book 58 Page 60 County Sturt

SINGLETON, Francis Corbet gentleman formerly of North Adelaide 1854 but now of Brighton 1865 Application 6051

SINGLETON, FC Clerk Legislative Council Adelaide 1881 Application 18402

SINGLETON, FC manager and secretary of the SA Brewing Malting and Wine and Spirit Co Ltd of Hindley St, Adelaide 1891 Memorial 139/408

SINGLETON, Francis Corbet no description died 10/5/1887 Memorial 106/420

No 1

SINGLETON, Francis Elliot Corbet physician Glenelg 1895[-1901] Memorial 118/424

SINGLETON, Francis Elliot Corbet medical practitioner Glenelg, power of attorney to KNOX, GWYNNE and HARGRAVE solicitors Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 29/4/1902 Deposit 46/1903

SINGLETON, Francis Elliot Corbet physician formerly of Glenelg but now of parts beyond the seas 1903[-1907] Memorial 124/449

No 1

SINGLETON, William gentleman Adelaide 1855 Memorial 308/79

SINGLETON, William gentleman Adelaide, about to leave the province for a time, power of attorney to Edward Amand WRIGHT and Stephen Peltro Henry WRIGHT gentlemen Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 9/1/1855 Deposit 290/OA

SINGLETON, William gentleman Adelaide but at present out of the province 1859 Memorial 190/151

No 1

SINIGEAR, Thomas Wintle plasterer Adelaide 1858[-1861] Memorial 226/105

SINIGEAR, Thomas Wintle plasterer [formerly of Adelaide but now of] Norwood 1865 Memorial 296/207

No 1

SININES, Peter of SA 1858 Memorial 323/161

SININES, Peter farmer Gould Creek 1864 Memorial 18/195

SINIPSON, James brewer Adelaide 1852 Memorial 338/42

SINISON, John farmer Gawler 1853 Memorial 252/58

SINIUS, Peter labourer Tarrawatta Hundred of Moorooroo land grant 1858 Grant Book 44 Page 267 County Light

No 1

SINKINSON, Herbert John gardener Gumeracha 1923 Memorial 181/487

SINKINSON, Herbert John gardener formerly of Gumeracha but now of Victor Harbor 1940 Memorial 56/515

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

SINKINSON, Thomas shoemaker Gumeracha 1849 Memorial 460/14

SINKINSON, Thomas farmer Kenton Valley Enon Particular Baptist Chapel trustee 1853 Memorial 102/52

SINKINSON, Thomas farmer Gumeracha 1854 Memorial 67/75

SINKINSON, Thomas farmer Mt Torrens 1855 Memorial 14/155

SINKINSON, Thomas the Elder farmer Mt Torrens 1881 Memorial 103/335

SINKINSON, Thomas farmer Mt Torrens 1888. He could not write Application 21378

SINKINSON, Thomas farmer Kenton Valley. Kenton Valley Particular Baptist Chapel trustee 1891 Memorial 116/409

SINKINSON, Thomas the Elder farmer Mt Torrens, died c1904 Memorial 160/455

SINKINSON, Hannah widow of the late Thomas Sinkinson the Elder farmer Mt Torrens, died 24/7/1905, of senile decay, agd 97 Application 25229

SINNETT, Frederick gentleman Norwood 1859 Memorial 306/171

SIOSTROM, Douglas George linesman Main Rd, Willaston, aged 49 in 1957, declared that he had lived in the district for 48 years Application 29241

SISMAN, David of Gumeracha 1855 Memorial 182/97

No 1

SISMAN, Thomas Clarke carter North Adelaide 1855 Memorial 258/93

SISMAN, Thomas Clarke [formerly carter but now] farmer North Adelaide 1855 Memorial 21/115

SISMAN, Thomas Clarke dairyman Somerton 1874 Application 13351

SISMAN, Thomas Clarke farmer Somerton 1875 Application 14556

SISMAN, Thomas Clarke farmer and gardener Somerton, ‘being aged and infirm’, power of attorney to his brother, William Sisman of Gawler South, to undertake whatever he would have to do personally 30/12/1891 Deposit 1/1892

No 1

SISSMAN, Albert Ernest farmer Wood End Farm near Roseworthy 1923 Memorial 139/494

SISSMAN, Albert Ernest farmer near Gawler 1929 Application 27740

SISSMAN, Thomas farmer near Gawler 1895 Memorial 234/428

No 1

SISSMAN, William farmer Gawler Hills 1854 Memorial 282/80

SISSMAN, William farmer Gawler Hills 1871 Application 11201

No 2

SISSMAN, William farmer Gumeracha 1854 Memorial 449/74

SISSMAN, William farmer North Gumeracha 1858 Memorial 309/159

SISSMAN, Mary widow South Rhine relict of the late William Sissman formerly farmer South Rhine but now deceased 1861 Memorial 209/178

No 1

SISMEY, George Deane Esquire Ridge Park Glen Osmond 1850[-1854] Memorial 356/24 Of Adelaide late 1850[-1854] Memorial 58/27

SISMEY, George Deane Esquire Adelaide and Louisa Matilda Sismey his wife 1852 Memorial 422/39

SISMEY, George Deane miller Adelaide 1854 Memorial 307/71

SISMEY, George Deane merchant Adelaide 1853[-1854] Memorial 299/102

SISMEY, George Deane flour factor Adelaide 1857 Memorial 46/120

SISMEY, George Deane Esquire Clifton near Adelaide and Louisa Matilda Sismey his wife 1860[-1863] Memorial 103/163

SISMEY, George Deane Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now of West Cliff Tce, Ramsgate, Kent and Louisa Matilda Sismey his wife 1869 Memorial 31/240

SISMON, Thomas Brown labourer Brighton. New Glenelg Wesleyan Methodist Church trustee 1862 Memorial 158/241

No 1

SISON, Frederick Samuel brewer Adelaide 1865[-1872] Memorial 199/205

SISON, Frederick Samuel brewer Adelaide, trading with James Thomson SYME as Syme & Sison Brewers, about to leave the province for Europe for a time, power of attorney to James George RUSSELL solicitor Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 23/10/1876 Deposit 16/1877

SISON, Fredrick Samuel brewer formerly of Adelaide but now of Pt Augusta 1885 Application 20451

SISON, Frederick Samuel Esquire Boston House, Pt Lincoln, died 29/12/1891. Husband of Amelia Lucy Sison. Uncle to Richard Sison. Assets included Boston House and a yacht called White Squall. Executor James George Russell and his heirs male to inherit much of the estate after the testator's widow died. James George Russell special magistrate [later Master of the SA Supreme Court] Adelaide, died 5/1/1918. The other executor, Charles Tobin COWLE bank manager Adelaide, died 18/3/1906. Mrs Sison remarried to Edmund Phillipson Gillett OSWALD c1899. She died 6/10/1914 Memorials 215 & 216/413 & RPA Search 307

SISON, Frederick Samuel Esquire Boston House, Pt Lincoln, died 29/12/1891. His widow, Amelia Lucy Sison, remarried by 1/11/1899 to Edmund Phillipson Gillett OSWALD. By 1906, Mrs Oswald lived in Church Rd, Walkerville. She died 6/10/1914 Memorials 180-181/486 & RPA Search 307

SISSON, Samuel sawyer Cox Creek 1854[-1858] Memorial 135/77

No 1

SISSONS, George farmer Giles Flat 1873[-1881] Memorial 229/265

SISSONS, George farmer Giles Flat Hundred of Kondoparinga land grant 1885 Grant Book 36 Page 252 County Hindmarsh

SITHEBY, Samuel yeoman Yankalilla 1853 Memorial 44/58

SITSTER, Alexander farmer Peachey Belt 1855 Memorial 370/94

No 1

SITTERS, George Hannaford gardener Mt Lofty 1868 Memorial 82/230

SITTERS, George Hannaford gardener Summertown 1902 Memorial 178/445

SITTERS,William the Younger market gardener Summertown near Mt Lofty and Sarah Jane Sitters his wife 1882 Memorial 77/342

SIVEWRIGHT, Alwira Rubiene married woman 20 Martini St, Exeter, aged 30 in 1939, declared that she was a daughter of Gustav Adolph KLAFFER furnaceman Exeter. Mrs Sivewright said that she had lived there since 1921 Application 27137

No 1

SIVIER, Thomas Ingles master mariner Sydney NSW 1868 Application 9419

SIVIER, Thomas Ingles Master mariner Sydney NSW, in Pt Adelaide in command of the brig John Omerod, when he purchased land in Pt Adelaide on 20/11/1857. He kept the deeds with him wherever he took his ship, in case he had a chance to sell the land again. The John Omerod was wrecked off the coast of Cape Northumberland on 21/10/1861, when all property was lost at sea, including the land deeds Application 9419

FIND HUSBAND

SIVIOUR, Ann Pampling widow Manoora Co Light. Hundred of Koolunga land grant 1879 Grant Book 55 Page 186 County Stanley

SIVIOUR, Frank farmer Clement Gap trustee Institute Clements Gap 1899 Grant Book 14 Page 270 County Daly

No 1

SIVIOUR, Henry farmer Mt Barker 1854[-1855] Memorial 129/76

SIVIOUR, Henry farmer near Nairne 1866 Memorial 244/210

SIVIOUR, Henry farmer Nairne Co Sturt. Hundred of Redhill land grant 1876 Grant Book 14 Page 361 County Daly

SIVIOUR, Henry farmer Nairne Co Sturt. Hundred of Koolunga land grant 1876[-1880] Grant Book 55 Page 182 County Stanley

No 1

SIVIOUR, James labourer Nairne Co Sturt. Hundred of Koolunga land grant 1876[-1881] Grant Book 55 Page 183 County Stanley

SIVIOUR, James labourer Nairne Co Sturt. Hundred of Barunga land grant 1881 Grant Book 14 Page 469 County Daly

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

SIVIOUR, Richard farmer Mt Barker 1851 Memorial 494/36

SIVIOUR, Richard farmer presently of Springbank near Nairne 1854 Memorial 328/70

SIVIOUR, Richard the Elder yeoman Nairne 1857 Memorial 169/116

SIVIOUR, Richard teamster Nairne Hundred of Saddleworth land grant 1859 Grant Book 44 Page 326 County Light

SIVIOUR, Richard farmer near Nairne 1867 Memorial 72/225

SIVIOUR, Richard farmer Nairne, died 20/4/1867. Linked with Thomas Siviour farmer Koolunga 1892 Memorial 176/413

SIVIOUR, Richard farmer Manoora, died 9/3/1879. Letters of administration to his wife, Ann Pampling Siviour, to settle his £2,800 estate Memorial 127/318

SIVIOUR, Richard teamster Nairne, died not stated. Family included by 1892 - Thomas Siviour farmer Koolunga, Henry Siviour farmer Collinsfield, Moses Siviour farmer Collinsfield, William Siviour labourer Koolunga, Elizabeth JAMISON widow Pt Pirie and Fanny COX widow Koolunga; perhaps also Alice Tampling Siviour, Richard Henry Siviour, Elizabeth EVERITT and Susan Hatfield PENROSE Memorial 49/416

SIVIOUR, Thomas carrier Mintaro Hundred of Koolunga land grant 1876[-1879] Grant Book 55 Page 182 County Stanley

SIVIOUR, William farmer Mintaro Hundred of Koolunga land grant 1877[-1882] Grant Book 55 Page 183 County Stanley

No 1 - perhaps the same person

SIXTUS, Christian farmer Gawler 1852 Memorial 469/45

SIXTUS, Johann Christian Carl farmer Hundred of Barossa 1856 Memorial 89/99

SIXTUS, Johann Andreas Christian farmer Adelaide 1853[-1855] Memorial 224/49 Linked with Johann Heinrich Wilhelm Sixtus farmer Concordia near Gawler 1855 Memorial 464/79

SIXTUS, Johann Heinrich Wilhelm farmer Concordia near Gawler 1856 Memorial 87/99

SIZE, Catherine and Winifred spinsters Keyneton North Rhine 1906 Memorial 72/456

SIZE, George farmer North Rhine Hundred of Bagot land grant 1887 Grant Book 17 Page 234 County Eyre

SIZE, HW clerk Charlton Mine near Crystal Brook 1858[-1861] Memorial 195/143

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

SIZE, Patrick farmer Little Para 1849 Memorial 437/18 Farmer South Para and Bridget Size his wife 1851 Memorial 166/30

SIZE, Patrick farmer North Rhine 1851[-1858] Memorial 385/51

SIZE, Patrick the Younger labourer North Rhine 1853[-1875] Memorial 387/51

SIZE, Patrick the Younger farmer North Rhine 1878[-1879] Memorial 181/306

SIZE, Patrick farmer North Rhine 1862 Application 2759

SIZE, Patrick farmer Hamilton, Waikato New Zealand at present on a visit to SA 1870 Application 10658

No 1

SIZE, Thomas farmer North Rhine Hundred of Angas land grant 1882 Grant Book 58 Page 181 County Sturt

SIZE, Thomas farmer North Rhine Hundred of Bagot land grant 1882 Grant Book 17 Page 234 County Eyre

SIZE, THW clerk Charlton Mine near Crystal Brook 1857 Memorial 129/122

SIZE, WAH clerk Charlton Mine near Crystal Brook 1857 Memorial 251/148

SIZE, WA storekeeper Stirling near Pt Augusta 1863 Memorial 175/192

SIZER, William gardener Wirrabara Hundred of Appila land grant 1893 Grant Book 24 Page 513 County Frome

No 1

SKEATES, William Sloper farmer Sandy Creek 1851 Memorial 437/30

SKEATE, William Sloper [formerly farmer Sandy Creek but now] gentleman Melbourne Vic 1854 Memorial 235/75

SKEER, Gilbert Thomas linked with Section 209 Hundred of Mt Muirhead Co Grey 1891 Memorial 114/411

No 1 - probably the same person

SKEER, John farmer Gumeracha 1857 Memorial 22/117

SKEER, John farmer The Bremer 1860 Memorial 316/171

No 2

SKEER, John the Younger farmer Millicent Hundred of Mt Muirhead land grant 1898 Grant Book 31 Page 206 County Grey

SKEGG, Charles William carpenter Adelaide 1864[-1869] Memorial 32/193

SKELDON, Francis builder Yacka Yacka (Hundred of Yackamoorundie) township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 56 Page 111 County Stanley

No 1

SKELLETT, Henry yeoman Pt Willunga 1857 Memorial 195/118 Southern Land, Building and Investment Society member 1857 Memorial 242/125

SKELLETT, Henry farmer Aldinga 1866 Memorial 88/220

SKELLY, Philip labourer Hahndorf and Caroline Ernestine Skelly nee Thiele his wife 1882 APPLICATION 19125

No 1

SKELTON, Henry Esquire Adelaide 1849[-1852] Memorial 435/21

SKELTON, Henry gentleman Adelaide 1853 Memorial 318/46

SKELTON, Henry gentleman Norwood 1853[-1854] Memorial 422/54

SKELTON, Henry licensed victualler Norwood 1858 Memorial 23/146

SKELTON, Henry gentleman Norwood 1862 Application 3088

SKELTON, Henry gentleman of Norwood and Pt Adelaide 1870 Memorial 88/244

SKELTON, Henry gentleman Norwood, power of attorney to Joseph Eldin MOULDEN solicitor Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 29/1/1870 Deposit 60/1874

SKELTON, Henry gentleman formerly of Norwood but now in parts beyond the seas 1874 Memorial 64/274

SKELTON, Herbert John farmer Percyton Hundred of Allenby land grant 1908 Grant Book 12 Page 150 County Chandos

SKELTON, James carter Queenstown 1877 Memorial 143/298

No 1

SKELTON, Joseph merchant Adelaide 1855[-1869] Memorial 254/94

SKELTON, Joseph gentleman Norwood, power of attorney to his brother Henry Skelton, to manage his SA business affairs 11/9/1855. He left SA again in 1866 - described as Joseph C Skelton Deposits 613/1855 & 211/1866

SKELTON, Joseph gentleman formerly of Norwood but now of parts beyond the seas 1855[-1856] Memorial 186/94

SKELTON, Joseph gentleman Norwood 1861 Application 2263

SKELTON, Joseph gentleman formerly of Norwood late of parts beyond the sea 1855 now of Adelaide 1863 Application 3977

SKELTON, Joseph wholesale draper Adelaide Co Adelaide. Kadina (Hundred of Kadina) township allotment land grant 1861 Grant Book 14 Page 19 County Daly

SKELTON, Joseph importer Adelaide 1866 Memorial 18/216

SKELTON, Joseph formerly merchant Northern Territory but now out of business Adelaide 1876 Memorial 108/295

SKELTON, Richard miner Kapunda 1851 Memorial 476/38

No 1

SKELTON, William labourer Pt Adelaide 1852 Memorial 34/43

SKELTON, William labourer Le Fevre Peninsula 1854 Memorial 426/74

SKENE, Archibald Bathgate bank manager Strathalbyn 1883 Memorial 180/348

SKENE, Rhoda spinster Crafers 1912 Memorial 23/467

No 1

SKENE, Thomas farmer Krongart near Penola Hundred of Nangwarry land grant 1876 Grant Book 31 Page 151 County Grey

SKENE, Thomas sheepfarmer Kirkella Vic Hundred of Grey land grant 1886 Grant Book 30 Page 336 County Grey

SKENE, Thomas the Elder died no description 1886. Linked with Thomas Skene the Younger of Kirkella near Stawell Vic Memorial 158/381

SKERE, John labourer Adelaide 1839 Labourer Fifth Creek 1845 Application 20469

SKERMER, Thomas Henry licensed victualler Mt Pleasant 1871 Memorial 200/255

SKERRETT, Edward bootmaker Robe 1864 Application 5484

No 1

SKEWES, Edward Foster barrister and solicitor Renmark 1921 Memorial 27/484

SKEWES, Edward Foster solicitor Renmark linked with Kenwyn James Skewes miller Tusmore 1924 Memorial 180/507

SKEWES, Edward Foster solicitor Naracoorte 1934, linked with Kenwyn James Skewes formerly miller Tusmore now farmer Jabuk, and Max Hugo Wilhelm HELMBOLD merchant Tusmore and his wife Dorothy Elma Helmbold Application 27941

SKEWES, EF solicitor Narracoorte 1938 Memorial 109/512

No 1

SKEWES, Henry miner Kooringa 1859 Memorial 216/155

SKEWES, Henry farmer Kooringa Co Burra. Hundred of Ayers land grant 1866 Grant Book 56 Page 199 County Stanley

SKEWES, Henry cattle dealer Kooringa Co Burra. Hundred of Ayers land grant 1880 Grant Book 56 Page 200 County Stanley

SKEWES, Henry farmer Kooringa 1882[-1892] Memorial 33/344

No 2

SKEWES, Henry sheep farmer Mt Bryan 1883[-1894] Memorial 94/353

No 1

SKEWES, John engineer Kooringa 1853 Hundred of Upper Wakefield land grant Memorial 439/46

SKEWES, John engineer Llwchwr adjoining the Burra Special Survey 1855 Memorial 223/88

SKEWES, John farmer Kenwyn Farm near Watervale 1864 Memorial 50/197

SKEWES, John farmer Kenwyn Farm near Mintaro, died c1870. His farm let to his son, Matthew Skewes, for 20 years at a yearly rent of £50. The rent to be divided equally amongst his children - John Skewes, Richard Skewes, James Michael Skewes, William Henry Skewes, Elizabeth Skewes and Mary Skewes, and also Thomas Skewes, Mary Jane Skewes, Isabella Skewes and Maria Sophia Skewes, children of his deceased son, Thomas Skewes. Matthew Skewes to own the farm outright at the end of 20 years. John Skewes’ personal estate ‘live stock, farming implements, household and all other effects whatsoever belonging to me together with 12 shares in the National Bank of Australasia’ to be sold and the proceeds divided equally absolutely amongst the above children and grandchildren at the time of the testator's death. Executors: his son, James Michael Skewes and son-in-law, Joseph PARKER Application 19107

SKEWES, John farmer Kenwyn Farm near Mintaro died 30/1/1875. His family in 1877 included; Richard Skewes engineer Wallaroo, James Michael Skewes engineer Aberdeen, William Henry Skewes chemist Adelaide, Elizabeth CORSTORPHAN wife of Charles Corstophan of Melbourne Vic, Thomas Skewes butcher Gawler, Mary PARKER wife of Joseph Parker chemist Adelaide [Gawler by 1878], Mary Jane GARTRELL wife of Edwin Gartrell butcher Willaston, and Isabella Reynolds BATCHELOR wife of Edwin Batchelor carpenter Gawler; also Thomas HODGSON butcher Willaston husband of the late Maria Josepha Hodgson nee Skewes. Memorials 20 & 21/308

No 2

SKEWES, John bootmaker Inkerman One Tree Hill near Gawler 1868[-1875] Memorial 112/228

SKEWES, John shoemaker One Tree Hill Munno Para East 1876 Memorial 35/292

SKEWES, John shoemaker One Tree Hill in the Sources of the Little Para 1878 Memorial 59/514

SKEWES, John farmer One Tree Hill in the Sources of the Little Para Hundred of Cunningham land grant 1891 Grant Book 19 Page 286 County Fergusson

SKEWES, John formerly shoemaker One Tree Hill Munno Para East but now gentleman 25 Sydenham Rd, Norwood 1904 Memorial 165/451

No 1

SKEWES, JV retired farmer Torrens Park 1937 Memorial 127/511

SKEWES, John Vivian retired farmer Gladstone St, Fullarton and Flora Skewes his wife 1930 Memorial 50/503

SKEWES, Flora married woman formerly of Gladstone St, Fullarton but now of Wistow 1934 Memorial 104/507

SKEWES, Kenwyn James farmer Jabuk 1939 Application 28199

No 1

SKEWES, Matthew farmer Kenwyn Farm near Mintaro 1878 Memorial 239/311

SKEWES, Matthew farmer Upper Wakefield 1878[-1880] Application 16826

SKEWES, Matthew farmer Round Hill near Quorn 1884 Memorial 153/357

No 1

SKEWES, Samuel shoemaker Gawler 1864[-1868] Memorial 11/238

SKEWES, Samuel of Millicent Hundred of Mayurra land grant 1884 Grant Book 31 Page 230 County Grey

No 1

SKEWES, Samuel Edgar grazier Goolwa 1929 Memorial 61/528

SKEWES, Samuel Edgar grazier Goolwa, aged 50 in 1953 Application 28985

SKEWES, Thomas butcher Norwood Co Adelaide. Yatina (Hundred of Black Rock Plain) township allotment land grant 1874 Grant Book 13 Page 7 County Dalhousie

No 1

SKEWES, William Hicks storekeeper Dowlingville 1889 Memorial 223/396

SKEWES, WH storekeeper's assistant Curramulka 1891 Memorial 200/407

SKEY, George storekeeper Hindmarsh 1839 Application 475

No 1 – Abel Pollard

SKINNER, Abel mining captain Glen Osmond 1857 Memorial 102/127

SKINNER, Abel miner Palmer 1869 Memorial 13/244

SKINNER, Abel Pollard Pine Creek Mine Sedan Co Eyre. Hundred of Angas land grant 1879 Grant Book 58 Page 180 County Sturt

SKINNER, Abel Pollard of Rhine Villa 1885 Memorial 57/369

SKINNER, AP postmaster Rhine Villa 1885 Memorial 249/367

No 1

SKINNER, Abraham farmer Norwood 1853 Memorial 3/61

SKINNER, Abraham farmer formerly of Norwood but now of Brownhill Creek 1876 Memorial 220/294

SKINNER, Alfred Henry customs officer Pt Adelaide and Clara Sophia Skinner his wife 1896 Memorial 140/458

No 1

SKINNER, Edward miner Kanappa Hundred of Angas Hundred of Angas land grant 1874 Grant Book 58 Page 179 County Sturt

SKINNER, Edward Abel farmer Hundred of Angas 1882 Memorial 168/340

SKINNER, Edward Abel farmer Sedan Hundred of Angas land grant 1883 Grant Book 58 Page 181 County Sturt

SKINNER, Edward Abel farmer Rhine Villa 1886 Memorial 63/377

SKINNER, Edward Abel and William John miners Rhine Villa 1888 Memorial 24/390

SKINNER, George builder New Auburn. East Auburn Disciples of Christ chapel trustee 1871 Memorial 239/251

SKINNER, H the Elder of Rhine Villa 1889 Memorial 229/407

SKINNER, Henry farmer Grace Plains Hundred of Grace land grant 1869 Grant Book 27 Page 63 County Gawler

No 1

SKINNER, Isaac yeoman Goodwood 1853 Memorial 35/50

SKINNER, Isaac farmer Springbank near Adelaide 1864[-1876] Memorial 107/196, Application 15511

SKINNER, Isaac farmer Springbank, died c1883. He left his entire estate to his wife, Selina Skinner, for life, then to his reputed granddaughter, Susan Jane Skinner, natural daughter of the testator's daughter, Anne Elizabeth ELLIS wife of Richard Henry Ellis labourer Springbank. If the granddaughter died before her grandfather, then all his grandchildren to share in the estate equally Memorial 144/347

No 1

SKINNER, J JP of Barrow Creek Northern Territory of SA 1888 Memorial 240/394

SKINNER, J JP postmaster etc Pt Lincoln 1897[-1901] Memorial 141/433

SKINNER, J JP postmaster Pt Pirie 1902 Memorial 113/447

SKINNER, James gardener Penola and Annie Skinner his wife 1902 Application 24374

No 1

SKINNER, John labourer Adelaide 1840 Application 18466

SKINNER, John farmer Cowandilla 1849[-1854] Memorial 316/15

SKINNER, John farmer Hilton 1865 Memorial 272/200

SKINNER, John married Jane KING on 12/6/1834 South Cadbury. Their only son, William Skinner, born 17/12/1836 South Cadbury. The family emigrated to SA aboard the Asia in 1839. John Skinner farmer Cowandilla, died 20/1/1865 Hilton intestate, of asthma, aged 63. His son William Skinner shoemaker Hilton inherited his estate as heir at law. Jane Skinner had died in 1845. Caroline BLACK wife of William Edwin Black of Adelaide had become very friendly with the Skinner family during the voyage to SA and remained good friends with them afterwards Application 17153

No 2

SKINNER, John yeoman Adelaide 1841 Now of the Torrens River 1850 Application 9799

SKINNER, John yeoman Torrens River 1850 Memorial 154/21

SKINNER, John yeoman Athelstone 1855 Memorial 386/89

SKINNER, John farmer near Athelstone 1863 Memorial 264/187

SKINNER, John labourer Hope Valley 1883[-1888] Memorial 168/351

SKINNER, John gardener Athelstone 1885 Application 20575

SKINNER, KG clerk Adelaide (Currie St) 1928 Memorial 107/499

SKINNER, Luke saddler Adelaide 1865 Memorial 85/206

No 1

SKINNER, Peter cabinetmaker Adelaide 1841[-1849] Memorial 386/1

SKINNER, Peter Esquire Adelaide 1847 Memorial 49/10

SKINNER, Peter gentleman [formerly of Adelaide but now of] Norwood 1852 Memorial 432/43

No 2

SKINNER, Peter farmer Currency Creek 1858 Memorial 254/133

No 1

SKINNER, Thomas blacksmith Yankalilla 1859 Application 363

SKINNER, Thomas blacksmith Yankalilla 1884 Memorial 12/357

SKINNER, Thomas farmer Yankalilla 1889 Memorial 181/398

No 2

SKINNER, Thomas farmer near The Gorge 1877 Memorial 60/304

SKINNER, Thomas gardener Torrens Gorge 1881 Application 18571

No 1

SKINNER, William labourer Adelaide 1838 Application 10594

SKINNER, William butcher Adelaide 1838 Application 542

SKINNER, William butcher Adelaide 1845[-1855] Memorial 57/85

No 2

SKINNER, William farmer Sturt Valley near Adelaide 1848[-1849] Memorial 333/11

No 3

SKINNER, William labourer Adelaide 1849[-1853] Memorial 388/17

No 4

SKINNER, William shoemaker Hilton 1874 Application 13717

No 5

SKINNER, William blacksmith Yankalilla 1876 Application 27726

No 1

SKINNER, William Henry master mariner Pt Adelaide and Catherine Mary Skinner his wife 1874 Application 13609

No 2

SKINNER, William Henry bank manager Lameroo trustee Lameroo Institute 1909 Grant Book 12 Page 38 County Chandos

SKINNER, William Henry bank manager Lameroo trustee Pinnaroo District Hospital 1912 Grant Book 12 Page 10 County Chandos

SKINNER, William Henry bank manager Lameroo 1922 Memorial 114/485

No 1

SKINNER, WH master mariner Pt Adelaide 1876 Application 15197

SKINNER, William master mariner Pt Adelaide 1877 Application 16535

SKINNER, William Hickson wharfinger Semaphore and Mabel Mary Frances Pope Skinner his wife 1908 Memorial 140/458

SKINNER, William Thomas blacksmith Yankalilla 1884[-1888] Memorial 12/357

SKINNERS, Luke saddler Adelaide 1865 Memorial 74/202

SKIPPER, Frances Amelia of Section 368, Lower North Road 1852[-1853] Memorial 340/45

No 1

SKIPPER, John Michael Adelaide (North Tce) clerk to Messrs MANN & GWYNNE solicitors Adelaide 1839 Memorial 93/4

SKIPPER, John Michael solicitor Pine Forest 1850 Memorial 451/24 Solicitor Section 368 North Road 1854 Memorial 171/69

SKIPPER, JM solicitor Pt Adelaide 1859 Memorial 117/149

SKIPPER, JM Clerk of the Local Court Pt Adelaide 1869 Application 10199

SKIPPER, John Michael formerly solicitor Pt Adelaide but now gentleman Rothwell Villa Young St, Parkside, and Mary Skipper his wife 1882 Memorial 59/341

SKIPPER, Mary wife of John Michael Skipper gentleman Rothwell Villa Parkside, died 28/4/1883, of morbus cordis, aged 59 Application 20255

No 1

SKIPPER, MJ clerk Mt Barker 1877 Memorial 34/298

SKIPPER, Michael John law clerk Mt Barker 1900 Memorial 214/453

No 1

SKIPPER, Octavius farmer Islington 1855 Memorial 358/93

Farmer Adelaide 1855 Memorial 227/94

SKIPPER, Octavius farmer Milang 1857 Memorial 26/134

SKIPPER, Octavius gentleman Point Sturt near Milang 1860 Memorial 228/169

SKIPPER, Octavius of Pt MacDonnell 1864[-1867] Memorial 3/197

SKIPPER, Octavius of Penola 1872 Memorial 133/262

No 1

SKIPPER, Spencer John journalist Adelaide 1882 Memorial 59/341

SKIPPER, Spencer J journalist Kent Town (Capper St) 1883 Memorial 145/352

SKIPPER, Spencer John journalist Adelaide son of JM Skipper 1884 Application 20255

No 1

SKIPPER, Stanley Herbert articled law clerk Adelaide 1899 Memorial 15/439

SKIPPER, SH solicitor Adelaide 1909 Memorial 65/462

SKIPPER, Stanley Herbert solicitor Adelaide 1937 Memorial 143/510

SKIPPER, Stanley Herbert solicitor North Adelaide 1943 Memorial 157/517

SKIPTON, George farmer Cheltenham 1865 Memorial 34/202

SKIPWORTH, Amos and Joel farmers Salisbury 1853[-1855] Memorial 180/58

No 1

SKIPWORTH, Augustus Frederick farmer Richmond near Adelaide 1847 Memorial 448/7

SKIPWORTH, Augustus Frederick farmer Adelaide 1849 Memorial 31/15

SKIPWORTH, Augustus Frederick farmer The Para 1851[-1860] Memorial 241/28

SKIPWORTH, Augustus Frederick farmer Little Para 1852 Memorial 87/103

SKIPWORTH, Augustus Frederick farmer Para Plains 1853[-1855] Memorial 479/59

SKIPWORTH, Augustus Frederick farmer Gawler Plains 1861 Memorial 86/176

SKIPWORTH, Augustus Frederick, died 1/1/1881 Memorial 45/406

Farmer

SKIPWORTH, Daniel farmer Greens Plains. Paskeville (Hundred of Kulpara) township allotment land grant 1884 Grant Book 14 Page 197 County Daly

No 1

SKIPWORTH, George farmer Greens Plains West. Thrington (Hundred of Kadina) township allotment land grant 1884[-1885] Grant Book 14 Page 207 County Daly

SKIPWORTH, Emma widow Greens Plains West relict of the late George Skipworth formerly farmer Greens Plains West now deceased 1888 Memorial 107/393

No 1

SKIPWORTH, Henry labourer Bowden 1846 Memorial 473/6

SKIPWORTH, Henry labourer Bowden was killed in a state of intoxication c1849. Previously, he had destroyed land documents in one of his drunken sprees. His widow Mrs Skipworth gave this information Application 10843

SKIPWORTH, James of Horrocks Creek 1885 Memorial 9/371

SKIRTON, Thomas Samuel Carr of Skelton Cottage, Avoca Vic and Sarah Ann Skirton his wife formerly Sarah Ann NICHOLLS daughter of George Nicholls of Horsley, Glos, England and Sarah Nicholls his wife 1865 Memorial 132/208

SKOOL, Henry carter New Glenelg 1878 Application 16856

SKUCE, Adolphus George livery stable keeper Adelaide (Freeman St) 1885 Memorial 129/366

No 1

SKULL, Henry farmer Glenelg 1859[-1869] Memorial 111/160

SKULL, Henry carter New Glenelg 1878 Application 16856

SKULL, Henry died 18/12/1904. Julia Harriet Skull spinster New Glenelg, died 1/5/1913 Application 26355

SKULL, Henry farmer Brighton 1871[-1904], died c1904. Father of Herbert Henry John Skull storekeeper Kapunda Memorial 126/452

SKULL, James Barman carpenter Adelaide Co Adelaide. Carrieton (Hundred of Eurelia) township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 13 Page 300 County Dalhousie

SKULL, Janet Augusta spinster New Glenelg 1914 Application 26316

SKULL, Julia Harriet spinster Scarborough St, Glenelg, died 1/5/ 1913. Estate worth £823/10/-. Sister to Janet Augusta Skull spinster New Glenelg Memorial 174/468

No 1

SKULL, Mark labourer Glenelg 1863 Memorial 233/187

SKULL, Mary widow New Glenelg 1877 Application 16529

SKULL, Mary widow Scarborough St, New Glenelg, aged 65 in 1906, widow of Mark Skull labourer New Glenelg, who died 23/9/1865, of drowning from the upsetting of a boat, aged 27. Mrs Skull's two daughters were Julia Harriett Skull and Janet Augusta Skull Application 25204

SKURRAY, Arthur Payne blacksmith Gawler 1875 Application 14277

No 1

SKURRAY, CF grocer Littlehampton 1856 Memorial 254/162

SKURRAY, Jane widow Littlehampton 1861 Application 2171

SKURRAY, Henry Fussell newsagent Gawler South 1901 Application 24172

No 1

SKURRAY, Thomas Henry fruiterer Gawler 1878[-1883] Memorial 112/306

SKURRAY, Thomas Henry storekeeper Gawler South 1899 Memorial 99/437, Application 23772

SKURRAY, Thomas Henry formerly fruiterer Gawler but now storekeeper and news agent Gawler South 1905 Application 24936

SKURRAY, William Arthur chaff mill manager Wasleys. Wasleys Recreation Ground trustee 1926 Memorial 99/496

SKURRAY, Winifred Mary widow formerly of 143 Murray St, North Gawler (until about 5 months ago) now of 212 Hampstead Rd, Clearview, aged 74 in 1957, declared that she had lived in the neighbourhood for 35 years Application 29245

SKUSE, Thomas market gardener Lockleys 1884 Memorial 173/376

No 1

SKUSE, William farmer near Clare 1883[-1885] Memorial 164/352

SKUSE, William farmer near Mintaro 1900[-1902] Memorial 246/439

SKUSE, William farmer formerly of Mintaro but now of Auburn 1913 Memorial 181/468

SKUSE, William formerly farmer Mintaro now retired farmer Auburn 1924. Husband of Thurza Skuse Application 27321

No 1 - perhaps the Elder

SLADDEN, Basil yeoman Lake Alexandrina 1848 Memorial 259/10

SLADDIN, Basil publican Section 61 near Adelaide 1851 Memorial 383/36 Publican Section 61, South Road 1852 Memorial 229/42 Formerly publican Section 61 South Road but now residing in Victoria 1854 Memorial 306/70

SLADDEN, Basil of Adelaide, died c1853. His entire estate to remain in trust for his two sons to inherit in equal shares when his youngest son by his late wife Betsey Whitford Sladden reached the age of 21. If the youngest son died before his 21st birthday, the eldest son to get the whole estate Memorial 240/83

No 2 - perhaps the Younger

SLADDEN, Basil farmer near Marion 1871[-1874] Memorial 97/256

No 3 - perhaps a continuation of No 2

SLADDEN, Basil labourer formerly of near Clarendon but now of Murray Bridge 1894 Application 22671

SLADDEN, Basil fisherman Pt Mannum Pt Mannum (Hundred of Finniss) township allotment land grant 1909 Grant Book 58 Page 385 County Sturt

SLADDEN, George stonemason Robe Hundred of Gambier land grant 1859 Grant Book 30 Page 92 County Grey

No 1

SLADDEN, Isaac publican Adelaide 1839 of the New Port 1840 Applicatioin 6712

SLADDEN, Isaac publican Port Rd 1840 Application 17024

SLADDEN, Isaac barman Bushman Inn Gawler 1846 Memorial 190/6

SLADDEN, Israel Benjamin Allen farmer near Marion 1871[-1874] Memorial 97/256

SLADDEN, Richard formerly carpenter Adelaide 1840 but now labourer Edwardstown 1859 Application 44080

SLADDIN, George storekeeper Mt Gambier 1870 Memorial 195/247

No 1

SLADE, Alfred farmer Morphett Vale 1891 Memorial 115/411

SLADE, Alfred farmer Willunga 1894 Memorial 64/423

SLADE, Frederick Tyndale electric welder Gawler South 1922 Application 27097

SLADE, George minister of religion 12 Park Road, Kensington Park 1944 Memorial 118/518

SLADE, Samuel farmer Paskeville. Hundred of Kulpara land grant 1910 Grant Book 14 Page 338 County Daly

SLADE, Thomas farmer near Callington. Hundred of Tungkillo land grant 1876 Grant Book 58 Page 314 County Sturt

No 1

SLADE, WE SA Marine Board Engineer Adelaide 1886 Application 20325

SLADE, Walter Edward engineer The Semaphore 1898[-1904] Memorial 42/436

No 1

SLADE, William labourer Lyndoch Valley 1854[-1856] Memorial 110/67

No 2

SLADE, William gentleman Kanmantoo 1855 Memorial 369/82

SLADE, Sarah widow Monarto linked with Thomas Slade farmer Monarto 1885 Memorial 243/363

SLADE, Sarah widow Monarto relict of the late William Slade no description 1887 Memorial 118/387

No 1

SLADE, William John of Harrogate linked with Sarah Slade of Monarto 1883 Memorial 135/361

SLADE, William John of near Callington 1884 Memorial 136/361

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

SLADE, William John farmer Boolcunda 1887 Memorial 174/388

No 1

SLADEN, St Barbe solicitor 1 Delahay St, Westminster, Middlesex, England 1884 [solicitor to the Charles BECK family of England and SA] Memorial 23/357

SLADEN, St Barbe solicitor Heathfield Reigate, Surrey, England, died 29/11/1899, aged 81 Memorial 209/442

SLANEY, Robert Aglionby the Younger widower Esquire Botton Row (Father; Robert Slaney the Elder Esquire) m Catharine Anne ARCHER widow Eaton Place (Father; George BUCKSTON Clerk) at St George’s Hanover Square, Middlesex, England 4/4/1854 Deposit 109/1866

SLANG, William farmer Hundred of Waitpinga 1861[-1864] Memorial 301/171

SLANN, George farmer Snowtown Hundred of Wokurna land grant 1888 Grant Book 15 Page 46 County Daly

No 1

SLAPE, James farmer Adelaide 1855 Memorial 300/96

No 2

SLAPE, James farmer Beaumont linked with William Slape farmer Tusmore Rd, near Kensington 1859 Memorial 314/148

No 3

SLAPE, James labourer Burnside linked with Elizabeth Slape spinster Norwood 1859 Memorial 231/157

No 1 - probably the same person

SLAPE, Robert Ralph farmer Burnside 1859 Memorial 22/150

SLAPE, Robert Ralph gardener Second Creek 1862 Memorial 256/180

SLAPE, Robert Ralph gardener Second Creek 1877 Application 15910

SLAPE, Robert Ralph farmer Second Creek 1903 Application 24661

No 1

SLAPE, Thomas labourer Burnside 1877 Application 16355

SLAPE, Thomas farmer Burnside 1882 Application 19454

No 1

SLAPE, William farmer First Creek 1857 Memorial 27/126

SLAPE, William farmer Greenhill 1869 Memorial 63/237

No 1

SLATER, Angus farmer Millicent 1885 Memorial 214/368

SLATER, Angus farmer Millicent Hundred of Mt Muirhead land grant 1887 Grant Book 31 Page 203 County Grey

No 1

SLATER, Benjamin labourer Rosaville later plasterer Norwood 1880 Applications 18178 & 18195

No 2

SLATER, Benjamin farmer Sherlock. Hundred of Roby land grant 1908 Grant Book 6 Page 21 County Buccleuch

SLATER, Charles Edwin of Tatiara 1887 Memorial 193/386

SLATER, David farmer Roseworthy Co Gawler. Hundred of Booyoolie land grant 1878[-1879] Grant Book 60 Page 156 County Victoria

SLATER, EL matron Hindmarsh Private Hospital 1935 Application 28433

No 1

SLATER, Ellen general dealer Adelaide (Grote St) 1900 Memorial 215/440

SLATER, Ellen furniture dealer Adelaide (Central Market) 1905 Memorial 26/454

No 1

SLATER, George carter Adelaide 1854 Memorial 153/74

SLATER, George gentleman Adelaide 1856[-1859] Memorial 63/101

No 2

SLATER, George formerly of Ditchling, Sussex, England, but now of the North Road near Adelaide and Emma Matilda Slater his wife 1869. Parents of - William Ryder Slater, Arthur Henry Slater, Albert George Slater, Frederick Levi Slater, Francis Edward Slater, Walter Herbert Slater, and Emma Matilda Slater Memorial 241/246

SLATER, Henry gardener Penrice near Angaston 1883 Application 19647

No 1

SLATER, Herbert of the West End Brewery Adelaide 1891 Memorial 89/412

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

SLATER, Herbert gardener Upper Sturt 1920 Application 26875 No 1

SLATER, James labourer Adelaide 1865[-1883] Memorial 35/204

No 2

SLATER, James commercial traveller Adelaide 1891 Memorial 33/407

No 1

SLATER, John yeoman Norwood 1851 Memorial 379/29

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

SLATER, John brickmaker Darley on the Torrens 1853[-1858] Memorial 269/51

SLATER, John farmer formerly of Darley on the Torrens but now of Mt Gambier [He must have remained in Mt Gambier for only a short period] 1860 Memorial 231/164

SLATER, John gardener Darley on the Torrens 1860[-1863] Memorial 149/169

No 3

SLATER, John Upper Sturt and Mary Ann Slater his wife 1883 Application 19625

No 1 - likely to be a mixture of the Elder and the Younger

SLATER, Robert farmer Woodville 1857[-1873] linked with William Slater farmer Adelaide Memorial 188/130

SLATER, Robert the Elder farmer Woodville linked with Robert Slater the Younger farmer Mudla Wirra 1863 Memorial 241/187

SLATER, Robert farmer Roseworthy Co Gawler. Hundred of Booyoolie land grant 1878 Grant Book 60 Page 156 County Victoria

SLATER, Robert Harry farm labourer Langhorne Creek linked with Walter Herbert Slater storeman Langhorne Creek 1893[-1905] Memorial 49/417

No 1

SLATER, Robert Spence farmer Millicent 1885[-1889] Memorial 215/368

SLATER, Robert Spence farmer Millicent Hundred of Mt Muirhead land grant 1889 Grant Book 31 Page 203 County Grey

No 1

SLATER, Tjitse Vandeley carrier Crafers 1906 Memorial 74/455

SLATER, Tjitse Vandeley carrier Crafers, died 18/12/1906 intestate. Husband of Edith Slater Memorial 33/467

No 1

SLATER, Walter Herbert storeman Langhorne Creek 1887 Memorial 159/388

SLATER, WH storekeeper's assistant Langhorne Creek 1907 Memorial 174/458

No 1

SLATER, William Esquire Kensington 1839 Application 24588

SLATER, William late of Kensington but now residing near the Onkaparinga 1842 Application 21373

SLATER, William sheep farmer Kercoonda Wakefield River 1849[-1853] Memorial 337/17

No 2

SLATER, William gardener Darley on the Torrens, about to leave the province for a time, power of attorney to his wife, Elinor Slater, to manage his SA business affairs 3/3/1863 Deposit 322/1864

No 3

SLATER, William farmer Booyoolie. Hundred of Caltowie land grant 1880 Grant Book 60 Page 192 County Victoria

No 1

SLATTER, John chemist Adelaide 1844 Memorial 437/3

SLATTER, John chemist and druggist Adelaide 1857 Memorial 59/131

No 2

SLATTER, John miller Adelaide 1850[-1853] Memorial 77/30

SLATTER, John miller Adelaide SA Mining Association trustee 1851[-1852] Memorial 146/64

SLATTER, John gentleman Adelaide 1852[-1853] Memorial 219/44

SLATTER, John Esquire Adelaide, about to leave the province, power of attorney to Henry AYERS Esquire Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 23/12/1853 Deposit 235/OA

SLATTER, John formerly of Adelaide now in parts beyond the seas 1854 Memorial 58/66

SLATTER, John Esquire formerly of Adelaide, but at present residing out of the province 1854 Memorial 388/78

SLATTER, John Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now in parts beyond the seas 1862 Memorial 16/185

SLATTER, John gentleman of the Colony of New Zealand 1875 Application 14062

SLATTER, John gentleman at present residing in Adelaide 1876[-1879] Memorial 242/291

No 3

SLATTER, John gentlem Yarroo Kulpara 1884 Memorial 190/355

SLATTER, John farmer Yararoo, died by 1893. Sarah Slatter spinster Yararoo inherited his estate Grant Book 14 Page 136 County Daly

No 4

SLATTER, John no description linked with Florence Martha GOYDER nee Slatter of Yarroo. GA Goyder mentioned but not described 1888 Memorial 70/392

SLATTER, Mary nee SALMON wife of William Henry Slatter gentleman near Auckland New Zealand, died 18/5/1879 Buenos Ayres, Argentina, South America. Formerly of Bowden and Adelaide, Mary Salmon married c1871 to WH Slatter Memorial 215/364

SLATTERLEY, Leslie James railway employee Jenkin St Rosewater Co Adelaide. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1935 Grant Book 13 Page 240 County Dalhousie

No 1

SLATTERY, Edward hotelkeeper Mintaro and Johanna Elizabeth Slattery his wife 1903 Memorial 45/450

SLATTERY, Edward hotelkeeper Crystal Brook 1905[-1907] Memorial 247/452

SLATTERY, Edward hotelkeeper Aberdeen near Kooringa 1912 Memorial 175/467

SLATTERY, Edward publican Mundoora 1913 Memorial 143/469

SLATTERY, Edward hotelkeeper Watervale and Johanna Elizabeth Slattery his wife 1914 Memorial 46/471

SLATTERY, Edward hotelkeeper Watervale and Johanna Elizabeth Slattery his wife 1914 Application 26397

SLATTERY, Edward licensed victualler Royal Exchange Hotel Aberdeen near Kooringa 1917 Memorial 38/476

SLATTERY, Edward labourer formerly of Gulnare but now of Pt Adelaide 1918 Memorial 138/477

SLATTERY, Edward formerly labourer Pt Adelaide but now licensed victualler Salisbury 1920 Memorial 139/480

SLATTERY, Edward formerly hotelkeeper Watervale but now out of business Yatala township 1935 Memorial 123/508

SLATTERY, E pensioner formerly of Mintaro but now of 58 Torrens Rd, Alberton and Johanna Elizabeth Slattery his wife 1937 Memorial 33/511

No 1

SLATTERY, Frank of the Hundred of Barunga 1889 Memorial 33/397

SLATTERY, Frank farmer Barunga. Hundred of Barunga land grant 1902 Grant Book 14 Page 480 County Daly

SLATTERY, James labourer Hectorville 1869 Application 9704

SLATTERY, James labourer Stansbury 1900 Memorial 171/441

No 1

SLATTERY, John farmer near Kanmantoo 1865 Memorial 256/203

SLATTERY, John farmer near Harrogate 1866 Memorial 204/212

SLATTERY, John farmer formerly of near Kanmantoo 1865 but now of near Harrogate 1868 Application 8993

SLATTERY, John farmer Big Waterhole near Kanmantoo 1869 Memorial 161/236

SLATTERY, John farmer the Bremer 1876 Memorial 75/288

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

SLATTERY, John farmer Laura 1896 Memorial 109/428

No 3

SLATTERY, John general servant Marybank 1877 Memorial 56/301

SLATTERY, Joseph Peter hotelkeeper Opie's Hotel at Graham township near Kooringa 1911 Memorial 212/464

No 1

SLATTERY, Michael farmer near Nairne 1852[-1854] Memorial 253/40 Hundred of Light land purchase 1854 Memorial 265/67

SLATTERY, Michael farmer Bagot Gap Co Light. Hundred of Yangya land grant 1872[-1878] Grant Book 60 Page 84 County Victoria

SLATTERY, Michael overseer Greenock 1883 Application 19938

SLATTERY, Michael formerly overseer Greenock, but now quarryman Fremantle WA 1883 Application 26126

No 2

SLATTERY, Michael, James and Michael Henry farmers Lameroo. Hundred of Allenby land grant 1911 Grant Book 12 Page 150 County Chandos

No 1 - perhaps the same person

SLATTERY, William farmer Kanmantoo 1863 Memorial 17/191

SLATTERY, William formerly yeoman 1869 but now licensed victualler Kapunda 1876 Application 14982

SLATTERY, William farmer Forbes near Kapunda 1896 Application 23145

SLATTERY, William farmer Laura. John Slattery mentioned but not described 1899 Memorial 147/438

SLAUGHTER, Jenifer Jane married woman Fullarton 1925 Application 27419

No 1

SLAUGHTER, Matthew H of Strathalbyn 1877 Memorial 216/296

SLAUGHTER, MH clerk Strathalbyn 1880[-1881] Memorial 92/322

SLAUGHTER, MH clerk to Edward Jones TUCKER solicitor Strathalbyn 1886 Memorial 171/377

SLAUGHTER, Matthew Thomas of Strathalbyn 1858[-1862] Memorial 414/147

SLAVEN, James farmer near Wistow 1922 Memorial 57/512

SLEADER, Charles butcher Woodchester 1884 Memorial 131/355

SLEADER, William farmer Monarto 1883[-1884] Memorial 35/347

SLEE, Emily spinster 556 Military Road, Grange, died 6/4/1950 Adelaide. Sister to Annie Slee spinster 556 Military Road, Grange Memorial 93/526

No 1

SLEE, John labourer Nairne 1854 Memorial 198/67

SLEE, John farmer Nairne 1858 Memorial 320/144

SLEE, John farmer Callington on the Bremer 1858[-1862] Memorial 142/133, Application 3508

SLEE, Jonah bootmaker Melrose 1876 Memorial 101/441

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

SLEE, Josiah farmer Mt Remarkable 1860 Memorial 46/162

SLEE, Josiah bootmaker Melrose near Mt Remarkable 1860[-1876] Memorial 309/168

SLEE, Josiah bootmaker Melrose trustee Institute Melrose Hundred of Wongyarra land grant 1873 Grant Book 23 Page 50 County Frome

SLEE, Josiah bootmaker Melrose 1877 Application 26425

SLEE, Josiah gentleman Melrose 1880 Memorial 10/327

SLEE, Josiah butcher Melrose 1882[-1893] Memorial 100/343

SLEE, Josiah stockholder Melrose 1884 Memorial 50/362

SLEE, Josiah farmer Melrose 1889 Memorial 117/398

SLEE, Josiah butcher Melrose 1889 Application 21665

SLEE, Josiah stockholder Melrose 1892 Application 22290

SLEE, Josiah and Walter Edward Slee butchers Melrose 1895 Memorial 100/425

SLEE, Josiah farmer and grazier Melrose 1909 Memorial 157/461

SLEE, Josiah grazier Melrose 1911 Memorial 223/464

SLEE, Josiah the Elder gentleman Melrose, died 10/12/1911. Executors; Josiah Slee the Younger farmer Melrose, Walter Edward Slee butcher and grazier Melrose, Thomas and William Slee farmers and graziers Wilmington Memorial 186/467

SLEE, Josiah the Elder gentleman Melrose, died 10/12/1911. He left his farm in trust for his trustees to manage. The income to go to his wife, Elizabeth Slee for life or during her widowhood. He ordered his personal estate to be sold, and the money invested to supplement his wife's income. After she died, the invested capital to be divided equally between his two daughters, Emily Slee and Annie Slee spinsters Melrose. The daughters also to get an equal share of the household items. Each of his children and some grandchildren to get a prescribed share of his farmland in the Mt Remarkable Special Survey in the Hundred of Wongyarra, and also allotments in Old Melrose. Some paddocks had names - section 201 known as Red Gate Paddock, Section 201 and pt Section 250 known as White Gate Paddock; mining rights on Sections 197 and 198 assigned to Arthur DORIS; Mount Creek with rights to watering places flowed through much of the property. Children to get real estate included - William Slee farmer and grazier Wilmington, Emily Slee, Josiah Slee the Younger farmer and grazier Melrose, Thomas Slee farmer and grazier Wilmington, Elizabeth COLEMAN, Annie Slee, Sarah Ann JACKA and grandsons William Josiah Slee and William Josiah Slee Jacka, and granddaughter Elizabeth Ruth Coleman. Josiah Slee's son, Walter Edward Slee butcher and grazier Melrose to get his real estate in trust for life, then to his wife Elizabeth Slee in trust for life, then to their children absolutely in remainder expectant. All the real estate and other estate not mentioned in the will to be sold and the proceeds distributed equally amongst Josiah Slee the Elder's children. Estate worth £3,000 Application 28155

SLEE, Josiah dairyman Beverley WA owned land in Melrose 1915 Memorial 71/472

No 1

SLEE, Richard probably of Nairne 1854 Memorial 291/119

SLEE, Richard of Nairne 1857 Memorial 213/130

SLEE, R roadman Nairne 1865 Application 6112

SLEE, Richard of Nairne Smillie Estate trustee 1880 Application 18058

SLEE, Richard gardener Nairne Nairne Primitive Methodist Chapel trustee 1886 Application 20893

No 1

SLEE, Thomas labourer Mitcham 1866 Application 7305

SLEE, Thomas grazier Wilmington linked with Walter Edward Slee farmer and grazier Melrose 1906 Memorial 175/455

SLEE, Thomas gentleman Wilmington, aged 73 in 1926, declared that he had lived in Wilmington for 65 years Application 27547

SLEE, Thomas retired grazier Wilmington, died 18/8/1932, of senility and heart failure, aged 79. Born in Adelaide, he married aged 27. 4 sons and 3 daughters living; 2 daughters deceased Application 28155

SLEE, Thomas died 18/8/1932. Thomas Josiah Slee farmer and grazier Melrose, died 7/9/1953. Walter Edward Slee died 30/7/1933. His widow, Elizabeth Slee, died 3/10/1949. Charles Slee and Ethel Cecilia Elizabeth LOMMAN formerly SUMMERS mentioned as executors for WE Slee Memorial 45/529

SLEE, Thomas retired grazier Wilmington, died 18/8/1932, of senility and heart failure, aged 79. Born in Adelaide. Married at age 27. 4 sons 3 daughters alive 2 daughters deceased Memorials 44 & 45/512

No 1

SLEE, Thomas Josiah butcher Melrose 1914 Memorial 180/471

SLEE, Thomas Josiah farmer and grazier Melrose 1925 Memorial 60/492

SLEE, Thomas Josiah farmer and grazier Melrose 1950, declared that he had been born at Melrose on 11/5/1883 and had lived there for the past 45 years Application 28710

No 1

SLEE, Walter Edward grazier Melrose, died 30/7/1933. Husband of Elizabeth Slee. Father of Charles Slee grazier Melrose and Ethel Cecelia Elizabeth SUMMERS married woman Booborowie. Other children mentioned but not named. Estate worth £1,983 Memorial 31/507

SLEE, Walter Edward grazier Melrose, died 30/7/1933. His £1,983 estate to his wife, Elizabeth Slee, in trust for life or until her remarriage, then to his children absolutely in remainder expectant as per the will - Arthur George Slee of Ongerup WA, youngest son Charles Slee of Melrose, eldest daughter Ethel Cecelia Elizabeth SUMMERS of Booborowie Application 28155

SLEE, John William butcher, Francis Henry Slee and Josiah George Slee farmers all of Wilmington, Charles Slee grazier Melrose and Ethel Cecilia Elizabeth SUMMERS married woman Booborowie, linked with the death of the late WE SLEE Memorial 46/512

SLEE, Elizabeth widow of the late WE Slee, died 3/10/1949. Her daughter, Ethel Cecilia Elizabeth Slee, m (1) 30/1/1917 Edward William John SUMMERS m (2) 1/3/1951 Frederick James LOMMAN grazier Mt Bryan. Her son, Josiah Slee the Elder, died 10/12/1911. Her grandsonn, Josiah Slee the Younger probably of WA, became a bankrupt on 8/5/1931. Elizabeth Slee widow of Josiah Slee the Elder died 16/8/1930 RPA Search 920

No 1

SLEE, William farmer Wilmington 1886 Memorial 184/377

SLEE, William grazier Wilmington, died 5/9/1920. Father of John William Slee butcher Wilmington, and Francis Henry Slee and Josiah George Slee farmers Wilmington. Frederick Benjamin Slee and Charles Edward Slee also named as sons but not described. Estate worth £13,600 Memorial 33/513

SLEE, William grazier Wilmington, died 5/9/1920. He left his estate in trust to his unnamed wife for life or until her remarriage, then to his children equally absolutely in remainder expectant - John William Slee, Francis Henry Slee, Josiah George Slee, Frederick Benjamin Slee and Charles Edward Slee. Estate worth £13,600 Application 28155

SLEEMAN, Jonathan bushman Redruth 1878 Memorial 43/310

SLEEP, Ann and Mary spinsters Kooringa 1920 Application 26926

SLEEP, Edward farmer Hundred of Davenport 1885 Memorial 238/367

No 1

SLEEP, Joseph miner Kooringa 1859[-1873] Memorial 127/151

SLEEP, Joseph miner Kooringa 1870 Application 10970

SLEEP, Joseph road overseer Kooringa 1876 Memorial 36/300

No 1

SLEEP, Robert labourer Littlehampton 1852[-1853] Memorial 57/39

SLEEP, Robert farmer Mt Barker 1853 Memorial 60/56

SLEEP, Robert formerly farmer Mt Barker but now licensed victualler Bugle Ranges 1856 Memorial 9/108

SLEEP, Robert farmer Bugle Ranges Co Hindmarsh 1862. He could not write Application 3108

SLEEP, Robert farmer Bugle Ranges Co Hindmarsh. Hundred of Seymour land grant 1867 Grant Book 54 Page 113 County Russell

No 1

SLEEP, Samuel yeoman Mexican Vale near Angaston 1852[-1853] Memorial 210/40

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

SLEEP, Samuel sheep farmer Warrakimbo near Mt Remarkable 1857 Memorial 194/113

SLEEP, Samuel sheepfarmer Western Plains. Hookina (Hundred of Barndioota) allotment land grant 1863 Grant Book 66 Page 108 County Blachford

SLEEP, Samuel formerly stockholder Warrakimbo near Mt Eyre, died 6/12/1866 at Kent Town Memorial 7/225

SLEEP, Thomas Proctor of Adelaide 1840 Memorial 490/15

SLEEP, William saddler Willowie trustee Public Cemetery Willowie Hundred of Willowie land grant 1884 Grant Book 24 Page 745 County Frome

SLEIGH, David overseer Coolatoe, Coorong 1866 Memorial 156/210

SLEMAN, John Cundy surgeon Adelaide 1845 Memorial 422/4

No 1

SLIGHT, William Walking miner Kapunda 1859[-1867] Memorial 335/151

SLIGHT, William Walking fruiterer Kapunda 1877[-1882] Memorial 109/297, Application 19055

SLOAN, James farmer Strathalbyn 1855 Memorial 34/86

SLOANE, Henry farmer Allen Creek and Eliza Maria Sloane his wife 1877 Application 15858

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

SLOGGETT, Grace of the New Tiers 1844[-1868] Memorial 484/3

SLOGGETT, Grace spinster New Tiers 1852[-1854] Memorial 255/45 Farmer New Tiers 1859 Memorial 169/160

SLOGGETT, Grace spinster Wembury near Campbelltown 1872[-1877] Memorial 24/259

SLOGGETT, Grace widow Newton near Payneham 1855[-1873] Memorial 292/92

SLOGGETT, Grace widow near Adelaide 1863 Memorial 214/191

SLOGGETT, Grace widow Payneham 1864 Memorial 270/192

SLOGGETT, Grace widow Wembury near Campbelltown 1873 Memorial 108/268

SLOGGETT, Grace of Wembury (Section 297 Survey B) near Campbelltown 1881 Memorial 142/331

SLOGGETT, Grace of Wembury near Campbelltown, died 20/2/1887 Memorial 210/387

SLOGGETT, James wheelwright Nairne 1853[-1859] Memorial 430/55, Application 910

No 1

SLOGGETT, Richard carpenter East Nairne 1880[-1892] Memorial 203/413

SLOGGETT, Richard carpenter Sheaoak Park East Nairne Dawesley, died 20/12/1895. He and his wife had been a childless couple. His estate to his three step-children, William Libbey DAVEY, Sarah Davey(his present housekeeper) and Mary Grace HILL wife of Mark Hill of Nairne. If any of these people should leave him against his will or 'be guilty of bad conduct', or refuse to take care of him, that share to go to the other two people. If any of the people died, then the share to go to the other two people. If the people died before he did, his step-grandchild, Edela Louisa NORGARD of Glanville. The executors to choose a keepsake to give to Louisa FRANKS of Pt Pirie and Jane Norgard of Glanville, in memory of Richard Sloggett and his wife 1896 Application 23108

No 1 - probably the same person

SLOGGETT, Thomas wheelwright Morphett Vale 1857[-1858] Memorial 330/126

SLOGGETT, Thomas wheelwright Glen Osmond 1865 Memorial 222/206

SLOGGETT, Thomas farmer Mt Gambier Hundred of Naracoorte land grant 1874 Grant Book 50 Page 103 County Robe

SLOGGETT, Thomas of Kincraig Co Robe Hundred of Rivoli Bay land grant 1880 Grant Book 31 Page 254 County Grey

SLOMAN, Charles builder Medindie 1902 Memorial 126/447

No 1

SLOMAN, George carpenter North Adelaide 1851[-1854] Memorial 306/32

SLOMAN, George carpenter Nailsworth 1865 Memorial 74/207

SLOMAN, George carpenter Adelaide 1866 Application 7602

SLOMAN, George machinist Nailsworth 1874 Memorial 20/333

SLOMAN, George machinist Nailsworth Enfield Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee 1900 Application 24041

SLOMAN, George 61 widower machinist Little Adelaide (father George Sloman) m Hannah BOTTEN 53 nee MARCH (Father Joseph March) widow Little Adelaide, on 5/1/1882 in a Little Adelaide dwelling house, by the Rev’d Richard Jones. George Sloman carpenter Harvey St, Prospect, died 23/12/1916, of old age, aged 95. Born Devonshire, England. In SA 65 years. First married at age 34. Hannah Sloman widow of George Sloman machinist, died 21/11/1922 Hawkers Road, Medindie, of a cerebral haemorrhage, aged 94. Born Norwich, England. In SA 77 years. Arthur Norman Sloman carpenter 76 Hawker Road, Medindie, said that he was born on 6/12/1884 Medindie, a son of William Sloman, and a grandson of George Sloman. No issue of the Sloman/Botten marriage. George Sloman had a daughter, Mrs LEWIS, with whom he had lived for several years prior to his death. Mrs Sloman had a daughter, Mary BOWSER of Medindie, with whom she had lived for some years prior to her death. Both had other children as well. Application 28334

SLOMAN, George machinist Prospect about to marry Hannah BOTTEN widow Little Adelaide. Marriage settlement trustees; Frank RYMILL Esquire Adelaide and Phineas Botten out of business Little Adelaide 1882. By 1915, the Slomans were living on Main North Road, Prospect and George Sloman was out of business. Phineas Botten still out of business at Little Adelaide Memorial 102/473

SLOMAN, Hannah married woman Prospect 1907, declared that she had been living on Allotment 46 in Little Adelaide since 1874. On 5/1/1882 in her home, Little Adelaide, Hannah BOTTEN 53 widow Little Adelaide (Father: Joseph MARCH) had married George SLOMAN 61 widower machinist Little Adelaide (Father: George Sloman). Minister: Richard JONES. Witnesses: James WILSON gentleman and Elnear WILSON of Little Adelaide Application 25321

SLOMAN, George builder Prospect 1893 Memorial 83/417

SLOPER, John gentleman Thebarton, died c1874. Husband of Elizabeth Sloper Memorial 41/290

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SLOPER, Stephen labourer Burnside 1857 Memorial 146/129

SLOPER, Stephen labourer formerly of Burnside 1857 but now of North Kensington 1877. He could not write Application 16252

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SLOUGH, Thomas farmer Binnum Hundred of Binnum land grant 1881[-1882] Grant Book 29 Page 147 County MacDonnell

SLOUGH, Thomas farmer Frances Frances (Hundred of Binnum) township allotment land grant 1883 Grant Book 46 Page 34 County MacDonnell

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SLUGGETT, William Stephen farmer Bute trustee unnamed Chapel and School 1886 Grant Book 15 Page 2 County Daly

SLUGGETT, William Stephen farmer Sevenhill 1912 Memorial 57/485

SLY, Catherine widow Silverton NSW. Cockburn (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1886 Grant Book 65 Page 167 County Not named

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SLY, David land owner Gepps Cross 1852[-1875] Memorial 107/41

SLY, David farmer Great North Road 1853 Memorial 4851/51

SLY, Hedley John labourer Gepps Cross 1897 Memorial 136/434

SLY, Robert blacksmith York township 1912 Application 26135

SLY, William David farmer Cowell. Cowell (Hundred of Playford) township allotment land grant 1897[-1899] Grant Book 39 Page 84 County Jervois