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The following information was extracted basically 'as is' from Reg Butler's (Hahndorf Historian) unpublished computer working files as at c2014.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

Ca* - Cha*

Che* - Com*

Con* - Cu*

Da* - Dic*

Die* - Dy*

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Fa* - Fl*

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*

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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 'Sm*' to 'Sq*'

SMALES, Richard surgeon Noarlunga 1866 Memorial 24/212

SMALL, Celia Roubel widow Camberwell, Surrey, England, power of attorney to Thomas FOTHERINGHAM brewer Kapunda, to invest money in SA mortgage properties 13/10/1865 Deposit 150/1869

SMALL, Charles labourer Willunga. Hundred of Kuitpo land grant 1862 Grant Book 2 Page 97 County Adelaide

SMALL, George Robert of Parilla, died 15/10/1942. Executors; George William Small company director 75 Meyer St, Torrensville and Arthur GAETJENS licensed land broker 50 Flinders St, Adelaide Grant Book 12 Page 131 County Chandos

No 1

SMALL, Henry labourer Willunga 1915 Memorial 44/473

SMALL, Henry labourer Willunga, died 29/5/1934 intestate. Husband of Bertha Louise Small. Estate worth £120 Memorial 166/508

No 1

SMALL, John clerk to Josiah PARTRIDGE solicitor Adelaide 1849[-1857] Memorial 53/17

SMALL, John clerk to Walter Vernon HERFORD solicitor Adelaide 1859 Memorial 3/15

SMALL, John clerk to WV HERFORD solicitor Kapunda 1859 Memorial 318/160

No 2

SMALL, John accountant Pt Elliot 1858 Memorial 232/143

SMALL, John agent Kapunda 1859[-1883] Memorial 188/157

Application 19568

SMALL, John auctioneer Kapunda 1860[-1880] Memorial 127/170, 1Application 18028

SMALL, John agent Kapunda 1863 Application 4725

SMALL, John gentleman formerly of Pt Elliot but now of Kapunda 1865 Memorial 162/235

SMALL, John auctioneer Kapunda Co Light. Hundred of Whyte land grant 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 49 County Victoria

SMALL, John agent Kapunda Co Light. Hundred of Whyte land grant 1878 Grant Book 60 Page 53 County Victoria

SMALL, John land broker Kapunda 1880 Application 17950

SMALL, John gentleman Kapunda 1888 Memorial 192/391

SMALL, John gentleman Kapunda 1890 Application 21953

SMALL, L housekeeper Semaphore. Samuel Small mentioned but not described 1902 Memorial 176/445

No 1

SMALL, Lionel Morgan farmer Cooke Plains Co Russell. Hundred of Roby land grant 1911 Grant Book 6 Page 21 County Buccleuch

SMALL, Lionel Morgan farmer Pinnaroo. Hundred of Pinnaroo land grant 1926 Grant Book 12 Page 54 County Chandos

SMALL, Peter butcher Adelaide 1877 Memorial 74/304

No 1

SMALL, Samuel gentleman Pt Wakefield 1856 Memorial 167/98 SMALL, Samuel land agent Goolwa 1858 Memorial 21/144

SMALL, Samuel gentleman formerly of Goolwa but now of Kapunda 1866 Memorial 82/225

SMALL, Samuel storekeeper Marrabel 1865 Application 5912

SMALL, Samuel commission agent Marrabel on the Dirty Light 1866 Memorial 184/216

SMALL, Samuel schoolmaster Hamilton on the Light 1868[-1872] Memorial 11/239, Application 12143

SMALL, Samuel schoolmaster Pt Lincoln 1875[-1876] Memorial 204/282, Application 14835

SMALL, Samuel schoolmaster Greens Plains Hundred of Kilkerran land grant 1875 Grant Book 19 Page 165 County Fergusson

SMALL, Samuel schoolmaster Maitland 1876[-1879] Memorial 157/292

SMALL, Samuel farmer Maitland 1881 Memorial 53/328

SMALL, Samuel schoolmaster Pt Lincoln Hundred of Kilkerran land grant 1882 Grant Book 19 Page 169 County Fergusson

SMALL, Samuel of Kilkerran Hundred of Kilkerran land grant 1883 Grant Book 19 Page 170 County Fergusson

SMALL, Samuel schoolmaster Uley near Smithfield Hundred of Kilkerran land grant 1884[-1885] Grant Book 19 Page 170a County Fergusson

SMALL, Samuel of Kilkerran Hundred of Kilkerran land grant 1884 Grant Book 19 Page 171 County Fergusson

SMALL, Samuel farmer Kadina 1887[-1901] Memorial 6/389

SMALL, Samuel farmer Tickera 1891 Memorial 226/408

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

SMALL, Samuel gentleman Adelaide 1863 Application 3778

SMALL, Samuel vendor Orange Vale near Montacute 1863 Memorial 349/189

SMALL, Samuel farmer Orange Vale near Adelaide 1865 Memorial 118/205

No 2 FIND CHECK RUN

SMALL, Samuel farmer Semaphore Co Adelaide. Hundred of Roby land grant 1906 Grant Book 6 Page 21 County Buccleuch

SMALL, Samuel farmer North Adelaide Co Adelaide. Pinnaroo (Hundred of Pinnaroo) township allotment land grant 1907 Grant Book 12 Page 73 County Chandos

SMALL, William gentleman Flinders. Flinders (later Streaky Bay Hundred of Ripon) township allotment land grant 1866 Grant Book 66 Page 186 County Robinson

SMALLACOMBE, Agnes spinster Appila Hundred of Appila land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 504 County Frome

No 1

SMALLACOMBE, David farmer Hansborough Co Light. Hundred of Bundaleer land grant 1871[-1876] Grant Book 60 Page 63 County Victoria

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

SMALLACOMBE, David farmer near Georgetown. Hundred of Narridy land grant 1881 Grant Book 60 Page 258 County Victoria

SMALLACOMBE, David farmer Georgetown 1889 Memorial 69/396

No 1 - likely to be the same person

SMALLACOMBE, Frederick farmer Gumeracha 1858 Memorial 245/148

SMALLACOMBE, Frederick licensed victualler Pt Elliot 1867 Memorial 231/223

No 1

SMALLACOMBE, John farmer Gumeracha. Hundred of Talunga land grant 1853 Grant Book 1 Page 239 County Adelaide

SMALLACOMBE, John farmer Gumeracha 1854 Memorial 203/68

SMALLACOMBE, John licensed victualler Gumeracha 1855 Memorial 135/92

SMALLACOMBE, John late licensed victualler Gumeracha, died 19/2/1872, of palsey, aged 65. His wife, Grace Caroline Smallacombe, predeceased him on 30/4/1859, aged 62. Her son, John Frederick Samuel Smallacombe out of business 1904, saw 'the dead body of the said Grace Caroline Wilhelmine Smallacombe in her coffin in the Kenton Inn at Gumeracha where she was residing at the time of her death, and I attended her funeral'. Elisabeth Ann VORWERK wife of Adolph Vorwerk farmer Angaston, died 26/10/1900, of 1 year's cancer of the great omentum and colon, was a daughter of John Smallacombe. No children of the Vorwerk marriage Application 24866

No 2

SMALLACOMBE, John farmer Hansborough Co Light. Hundred of Bundaleer land grant 1873 Grant Book 60 Page 70 County Victoria

No 2

SMALLACOMBE, John farmer Hundred of Coglin 1886 Memorial 138/379

No 1

SMALLACOMBE, John Thomas farmer Bagot Well Co Light. Hundred of Yangya land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 88 County Victoria

SMALLACOMBE, John Thomas farmer Dawson. John Smallacombe mentioned but not described 1887 Memorial 200/386

No 1 – the Elder and the Younger

SMALLACOMBE, Philip farmer Landulph Farm near Inverbrackie 1859[-1866] Memorial 186/151, Application 7385

SMALLACOMBE, Philip farmer Woodside Co Adelaide. Hundred of Bundaleer land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 66 County Victoria

SMALLACOMBE, Philip farmer Georgetown. Hundred of Bundaleer land grant 1877 Grant Book 60 Page 356 County Victoria

SMALLACOMBE, Philip farmer Georgetown. Hundred of Yangya land grant 1880 Grant Book 60 Page 94 County Victoria

SMALLACOMBE, Philip the Younger farmer near Kapunda Co Light. Hundred of Yangya land grant 1877 Grant Book 60 Page 90 County Victoria

No 1 – the Elder

SMALLACOMBE, Thomas farmer Landulph Farm Onkaparinga 1849[-1853] Memorial 239/15

SMALLACOMBE, Thomas farmer Woodside Woodside Wesleyan Methodist Glebe Land (Land grant 16/8/1851 Section 5029a Hundred of Onkaparinga) foundation trustee Application 19964

SMALLACOMBE, Thomas farmer Inverbrackie 1854[-1856] Memorial 498/100

SMALLACOMBE, Thomas farmer Landulph Farm, Woodside 1873 Application 12816

SMALLACOMBE, Thomas died 25/7/1882 Woodside, of dropsy, aged 74. His grandson, Thomas HIGGINSON of Woodside registered the death Application 19964

SMALLACOMBE, Thomas gentleman Woodside, had died. By 1884, his widow, Mary Ann Hannah Smallacombe, had moved to Georgetown. Sons - William James Smallacombe farmer Gladstone, Thomas and David Smallacombe farmers Georgetown Memorial 247/355

SMALLACOMBE, Thomas the Elder gentleman Woodside, died 25/7/1882. His estate worth £4,712. House, land and furniture to his wife, Mary Ann Hannah Smallacombe, in trust for life. The executors then to sell everything and the proceeds to be divided equally absolutely in remainder expectant amongst their seven children - Thomas Smallacombe the Younger farmer Georgetown 'my watch and chain' in addition to his equal share, Phillip Smallacombe, William James Smallacombe farmer Gladstone, David Smallacombe, Joseph Smallacombe, the children of his deceased daughter Jane (Mary Jane) HILL, and another child still to find. Jane Hill's daughter, Anne HIGGINSON, to get £100 to help her run a store. Joseph Smallacombe to get only half of what he was owed; the rest to go in trust into the bank, to gain interest and then the total sum go to his children equally absolutely in remainder expectant after he [Joseph Smallacombe] died. Thomas Smallacombe the Elder also instructed his own executors to erect a headstone over his grave 'showing at least my name and date of birth and death, also to cause an iron fence to be erected around such grave' Application 24416

No 2 – the Younger

SMALLACOMBE, Thomas farmer Sandy Waterholes near Woodside 1858[-1864] Memorial 92/143

SMALLACOMBE, Thomas farmer Grove Farm [near Charleston] 1859[-1863] Memorials 129/151 &138/190

SMALLACOMBE, Thomas the Younger farmer near Kapunda Co Light. Hundred of Yangya land grant 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 87 County Victoria

No 1

SMALLACOMBE, Thomas Archibald farmer Gulnare Hundred of Appila land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 505 County Frome

SMALLACOMBE, Thomas Archibald farmer Appila Hundred of Baroota land grant 1884 Grant Book 24 Page 696 County Frome

SMALLACOMBE, William farmer Enfield Farm near Woodside 1862 Memorial 286/186

SMALLWOOD, Samuel plasterer Hindmarsh 1855 Memorial 79/81

No 1

SMART, Albert clerk and Alfred Smart hawker Adelaide 1876 Memorial 36/291

SMART, Albert and John James Neville BLYTH timber merchants Adelaide 1879[-1880] Memorial 11/313

No 1

SMART, Charles plasterer Unley 1844[-1865] Memorial 57/4

SMART, Charles plasterer Adelaide 1864[-1873] Memorial 161/199

SMART, Charles plasterer formerly of Unley 1865 but now of Adelaide 1870 Application 10813

SMART, Charles plasterer Adelaide (Carrington St) 1872 Memorial 144/260

SMART, Charles plasterer formerly of Adelaide 1841 then Unley 1846 now Adelaide 1875. Linked with William Smart plasterer Kent Town Application 14469

No 2

SMART, Charles labourer Gawler 1859 Memorial 187/154

SMART, Charles labourer formerly of Gawler 1859 but now of the Murray River 1865 Application 6165

No 1

SMART, Charles Fleming farmer Golden Grove 1863 Memorial 95/191

SMART, Charles Fleming farmer Modbury 1876, and Jane Smart his wife, daughter of the late Thomas ROBERTS formerly farmer Upper Dry Creek 1848 Application 14990

SMART, Charles Fleming farmer Narridy. Trustee Institute Narridy Narridy (Hundred of Narridy) township allotment land grant 1894 Grant Book 60 Page 487 County Victoria

SMART, Clyde Allenby farmer Kangarilla. Kangarilla Institute trustee 1946 Memorial 76/528

SMART, Edmund Walter sawyer near Clarendon member; Kangarilla Wesleyan Methodist Church 1878 Application 16596

SMART, Elliot Edgar farmer Melrose 1942[-1945] Memorial 84/516

SMART, Frederick Arthur farmer Kangarilla. Kangarilla Institute trustee 1946 Memorial 76/528

No 1

SMART, Frederick William farmer Pt Germein trustee unnamed Church Hundred of Baroota land grant 1891 Grant Book 24 Page 697 County Frome

SMART, Frederick William farmer Baroota Hundred of Baroota land grant 1896 Grant Book 24 Page 699 County Frome

SMART, Henry Alfred farmer Baker Gully near Kuitpo 1888 Application 21407

No 1

SMART, James teamster near Clarendon member; Kangarilla Wesleyan Methodist Church 1878 Application 16596

SMART, James and SMART, Albert Arthur farmers Baker Gully [probably near Kangarilla] 1883 Application 19875

SMART, James farmer Baker Gully 1901 Memorial 73/443

SMART, James teamster Clarendon 1908 Memorial 125/459

SMART, James Loudon Cranston farmer Yankalilla 1938 Application 28157

No 1

SMART, John farmer of the Torrens 1846 Memorial 278/7

SMART, John farmer Little Para [Golden Grove schoolhouse trustee] 1849 Memorial 261/15

SMART, John famer Little Para and Agnes Smart his wife 1851 Memorial 94/38

SMART, John farmer Para Plains 1851 Memorial 203/41

SMART, John farmer Little Para 1852[-1855] Memorial 202/41

SMART, John farmer Golden Grove 1867[-1879] Memorial 65/226, Application 12160

SMART, John farmer Golden Grove, died 14/8/ 1882. His wife, Agnes Smart, had predeceased him Memorial 165/344

SMART, John of Golden Grove, died 14/8/1882. James LINSDAY auctioneer Smithfield sold part of the farmland on 21/9/1882. James ROBERTS, the purchaser, defaulted in mortgage repayments, and the land went up to public auction again through James Henry PARR at Adelaide on 26/6/1888. Carl von Bertouch auctioneer Adelaide purchased the property this time (Section 5465 Hundred of Yatala) for £255 Memorial 125/393

SMART, John farmer Golden Grove, died c1879. His wife, Agnes Smart, to get the income from the estate for life, after which the trustees had to sell the assets and divide the proceeds accordingly to the children - Elizabeth Smart (to get a quarter of the estate), John Rennie Smart, Clementina KIRKLAND wife of Alexander Kirkland farmer Golden Grove, Agnes wife of James ROBERTS farmer Golden Grove, Robert Smart. Trustees John Miller ANDERSON draper Hindley St, Adelaide, and Gilbert WOOD grocer Rundle St, Adelaide Application 21016

SMART, John farmer Golden Grove, died 14/8/1882. His estate in trust to his wife, Agnes Smart, the income for her lifetime, then to their daughter - Agnes ROBERTS wife of James Roberts the Elder farmer Golden Grove (in trust for her lifetime only, then to her children in equal shares absolutely). The family in 1899 was: Charles Roberts farmer formerly of Golden Grove now of North Adelaide, James Roberts the Younger storekeeper formery of Golden Grove now of Nyngan NSW, John Roberts farmer Golden Grove, Arthur Roberts farmer Golden Grove, Agnes BARTLE nee Roberts wife of William Bartle machinist Adelaide; Ada HAINES nee Roberts wife of Robert Haines contractor Tea Tree Gully; Rosina ROSS nee Roberts wife of Archibald Ross blacksmith formerly of Tea Tree Gully now of in Western Australia; Elizabeth MARR nee Roberts wife of Herbert Marr storekeeper Golden Grove.. Elizabeth Constance Roberts 22 Golden Grove married Herbert Edwin MARR 23 gardener Golden Grove (Father: William Marr) on 12/3/1893 John Felix GILBERT residence Payneham. Minister: Stephen WELLINGTON Primitive Methodist Minister Norwood. Witnesses: John G Roberts gardener Golden Grove and Lilian Jessie MARR of Golden Grove. Ada Roberts 31 spinster Golden Grove married Robert HAINES 30 road contractor Tea Tree Gully (Father: William Haines deceased) on 22/3/1893 Tea Tree Gully Baptist Chapel. Minister: FF Medcalf. Witnesses: James Roberts farmer Golden Grove and Harriet HICKS dressmaker Tea Tree Gully Application 23835

No 2

SMART, John farmer Pt Wakefield 1884 Memorial 72/359

SMART, John Rennie farmer Golden Grove 1883[-1886] Memorial 169/346, Application 20240

No 1

SMART, Joseph stonemason Norwood 1851 Memorial 356/38

SMART, Joseph stone mason Maryborough Vic 1862 He sold land in Norwood Memorial 148/184

SMART, JLC farmer Normanville linked with AH Smart domestic duties Normanville 1930 Memorial 32/503

No 1

SMART, Lionel Ledgar farmer Clarendon 1904 Memorial 112/450

SMART, Lionel Ledgar farmer [formerly of Clarendon but now of] Kangarilla 1934. Father of Cecil Smart dairyman Clarendon Application 27944

No 1

SMART, Richard plasterer Hindmarsh 1850[-1853] Memorial 69/23

SMART, Richard gold digger Echunga. He began a 14-year lease of 11 acres on the Echunga goldfields by the Onkaparinga River for £200 to cover the entire leasetime 1857 Memorial 261/138

SMART, Richard labourer formerly of Echunga but now of the colony of Victoria 1858 Memorial 80/140

SMART, Richard miner late of Echunga, but now of Ararat Vic, power of attorney to James GILES gentleman Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs, including land held with James Giles, Alfred FRANCE and Bryan BLUNDELL 4/9/1858 Deposit 94/1869

SMART, Richard miner formerly of Echunga but now of Ararat Vic 1859 Memorial 224/150

No 1

SMART, Robert farmer Little Para 1855 Memorial 78/90

SMART, Robert farmer Little Para foundation trustee Pt Section 5459 Hundred of Yatala 'a place of interment for the dead of all denominations' 1855 Grant Book 1 Page 77 County Adelaide

SMART, Robert farmer Narridy 1885 Memorial 114/371

SMART, Robert farmer formerly of Golden Grove but now of Narridy 1895 Memorial 82/426

No 1

SMART, Samuel solicitor Adelaide (Stephens Place) Adelaide 1839[-1840] Memorial 3/1

SMART, Samuel solicitor Adelaide (Rundle St) 1850[-1855] Memorial 285/46

SMART, Samuel solicitor 88 Little Raglan St, Emerald Hill Vic, died 27/2/1865 of 1 year's liver and stomach disease, aged 71. Son of ? Smart gentleman and ? nee TULL. Born at Windsor, Berks, England. 25 years in Australia - NSW, SA and Vic. Married 2ce at Cape Town - aged 35 Mary Ann COKES, aged 57 Pamela Holt CAITHNESS. No children Application 16232

No 2 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

SMART, Samuel yeoman Blakiston 1849[-1867] Memorial 16/18

SMART, Samuel the Younger farmer Hundred of Inkerman 1877 Application 16423

SMART, Samuel farmer Hundred of Inkerman 1884 Memorial 73/359

No 1

SMART, Thomas of SA 1850 Hundred of Willunga land grant Memorial 428/31

SMART, Thomas farmer White Valley near Willunga 1853 Memorial 479/55

SMART, Thomas farmer Aldinga Plains 1861 Memorial 431/179

SMART, Thomas of Aldinga, died 29/4//1865. He left estate to his sister, Lydia SALISBURY wife of Thomas Salisbury labourer Milton Ernest, Beds, England and the testator's niece Mrs COCKSEDGE of Pt Willunga Memorials 24 & 25/211, LTO Search 2203

SALISBURY, Thomas labourer Milton Ernest, Beds, England and Lydia, his wife, power of attorney to William Mathews SANDFORD and William Francis keperT solicitors Adelaide, to facilitate Mrs Salisbury’s legacy (Section 521 Hundred of Noarlunga) from the will of Thomas SMART of Aldinga, who died 29/4/1865 Deposit 89/1866

SMART, Theodore Oliver carpenter Clarendon. Hundred of Kuitpo land grant 1922 Grant Book 2 Page 105 County Adelaide

No 1

SMART, William farmer Eyre Flat 1852[-1853] Memorial 328/48

SMART, William farmer Kangarilla. Kangarilla Wesleyan Methodist Chapel member and trustee 1853 Memorial 221/63

SMART, William farmer Kuitpo 1853[-1854] Memorial 427/56

SMART, William farmer Hundred of Kuitpo 1856 Memorial 13/238

SMART, William farmer formerly of Kuitpo 1854 but now of Clarendon 1867 Application 8736

SMART, William farmer Clarendon 1865[-1867] Memorial 105/203

SMART, William no description, died 5/10/1874 Baker Gully, and was buried 7/10/1874 at Kangarilla. He owned Sections of land in the Hundred of Kuitpo. Bequests to his wife, Ann Smart, and his sons, Albert Arthur Smart, Edmund Walter Smart, Frederick William Smart, James Smart and Henry Alfred Smart Memorial 190/286, Application 16596

No 2

SMART, William sawyer Baker Gully member; Kangarilla Wesleyan Methodist Church 1878 Application 16596

No 3

SMART, William labourer Hope Valley 1881 Memorial 84/332

SMART, William labourer Hope Valley 1885 Application 20575

SMART, William out of business Modbury 1919, declared that he had gone to live in Hope Valley in 1866 and left there early in January 1918 to live in Modbury Application 28196

SMART, W Robert clerk to JH Richman solicitor Adelaide 1850[-1855] Memorial 259/25

No 1

SMEATON, Thomas Drury Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now of Robe 1868 Memorial 60/229

SMEATON, Thomas Drury bank manager Adelaide 1872 Memorial 73/262

SMEATON, Thomas Drury bank manager Adelaide and Selina Smeaton his wife 1873 Memorial 55/268

SMEATON, Thomas Drury interim inspector Bank of SA 1873[-1878] Memorial 37/266

SMEATON, Thomas Drury bank manager formerly of Robe but now Adelaide 1882, married Jane WITT spinster of Adelaide, on 30/8/1855 St John’s Halifax St, Adelaide. Witnesses: James George and Matilda Witt. Jane Smeaton died 16/12/1865 at Robe, during childbirth, aged 37. She had given birth to four children during her marriage - Clement Smeaton born 15/8/1857 died 5/2/1859; Ernest born 28/9/1862 died 28/8/1863; Anatole Smeaton born 1/1/1859; Stirling Smeaton born 30/10/1860. In the 1850s, TD Smeaton apparently was the Secretary to the SA Banking Company Application 18892

No 1

SMEATON, William Charles carpenter Adelaide (Pt TA 113 Currie St) 1847 Memorial 241/9

SMEATON, William Charles carpenter and joiner [formerly of Adelaide but now of] Kensington 1850 Memorial 84/20

No 1

SMEDLEY, Carrington storekeeper North Kapunda 1850 Memorial 197/23

SMEDLEY, Carrington storekeeper Kapunda 1852[-1856] Memorial 175/40

SMEDLEY, Carrington draper Kapunda 1854 Memorial 41/256

SMEDLEY, Carrington Esquire North Adelaide 1857[-1858] Memorial 7/120

SMEDLEY, Carrington Esquire formerly of Prospect Hall, North Adelaide but now in parts beyond the seas 1859 Memorial 320/160

SMEDLEY, Carrington gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now of 9 Belmont Hill, Lee near Lewisham, Kent, England 1860 Memorial 315/167

SMEDLEY, Carrington gentleman Adelaide 1862 Memorial 309/180

SMEDLEY, Carrington JP Esquire Alverstoke Glen Osmond 1864 Application 4970

SMEDLEY, Carrington Esquire Glen Osmond 1865 Memorial 7/209

SMEDLEY, Carrington gentleman The Semaphore and Mary Ann Smedley his wife. Mrs Smedley owned Palm House, Hackney, which she leased to Rowland REES architect Adelaide at £125 a year 1884 Memorial 68/358

SMEDLEY, Carrington gentleman formerly of North Adelaide but now of The Semaphore 1891 Memorial 115/409

SMEDLEY, Carrington Esquire formerly of Glen Osmond but now of The Semaphore 1893 Memorial 34/419

SMEDLEY, Daniel linked with Section 126 Hundred of Hawker Co Jervois 1885 Memorial 202/370

No 1

SMEDLEY, Francis farmer Pekina. Orroroo (Hundred of Walloway) township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 13 Page 132 County Dalhousie

SMEDLEY, Francis farmer and poundkeeper Orroroo. Hundred of Walloway land grant 1878 Grant Book 13 Page 219 County Dalhousie

SMEDLEY, Francis of Orroroo 1887 Memorial 229/398

No 2

SMEDLEY, Francis teamster Black Rock Plain. Hundred of Walloway land grant 1882 Grant Book 13 Page 226 County Dalhousie

SMEDLEY, Francis farmer Walloway Springs. Rye (later Walloway Hundred of Coomooroo) township allotment land grant 1882 Grant Book 13 Page 452 County Dalhousie

SMEDLEY, Francis publican Roseworthy Co Gawler. Hundred of Black Rock Plain land grant 1883 Grant Book 13 Page 111 County Dalhousie

SMEDLEY, Francis publican Walloway linked with Selina Ann BATTY nee Smedley wife of Charles Taylor Batty no description 1886 Memorial 174/382

No 3

SMEDLEY, Francis farmer Thebarton Co Adelaide. Hundred of Peake land grant 1908 Grant Book 6 Page 52 County Buccleuch Farmer Pollys Well. Hundred of Peake land grant 1908 Grant Book 6 Page 52 County Buccleuch

SMEDLEY, Francis out of business Thebarton 1910 Application 25862

No 1 – perhaps the same person

SMEDLEY, Francis Frederick farmer Peake. Hundred of Peake land grant 1910 Grant Book 6 Page 53 County Buccleuch

SMEDLEY, Francis Frederick dairyman Adelaide 1926 Application 27507

SMEDLEY, Frederick engineer Ballarat Row, Moonta Mines 1906 Memorial 170/455

No 1

SMEDLEY, Samuel sheep farmer Chucka Bend Murray River 1882 Memorial 80/342

SMEDLEY, Samuel storekeeper Curramulka 1884[-1888] Memorial 3/358

SMEDLEY, Samuel of Curramulka trustee cemetery Curramulka Hundred of Curramulka land grant 1886 Grant Book 19 Page 439 County Fergusson

No 1 FIND

SMEDLEY, William farmer Orroroo. Hundred of Coomooroo land grants 1882 Book 13 Page 259 County Dalhousie

No 1

SMEDLEY, William farmer Walloway 1885[-1888] Memorial 39/375

No 1

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

No 1

SMEDT, Hans Larsen mariner Portland Estate 1866 Application 7959

SMEDT, Hans Larsen master mariner Portland Estate 1873 Application 12554

No 1

SMELLIE, Thomas minister of the gospel Adelaide (Wakefield St) 1868 Memorial 213/227

SMELLIE, Thomas minister of religion Gawler 1871 Memorial 77/257

SMELLIE, Thomas minister of religion Gawler, about to leave the province, power of attorney to Frederick Foote TURNER gentleman Gaawler, to manage his SA business affairs 19/12/1871 Deposit 3/1872

SMELLIE, Thomas minister of the gospel formerly of Wakefield St, Adelaide but now in England 1876 Memorial 244/287

SMELLIE, Thomas minister of the gospel formerly of Wakefield St, Adelaide but now of Bournemouth, Hants, England 1877 Memorial 174/299

No 1

SMELT, Cornelius Michael 44 widower cabinetmaker Margaret St, North Adelaide (Father: Charles Smelt) married Eliza Marian SMITH 39 spinster Brompton (Father: George Smith) on 28/11/1904 Christ Church North Adelaide. Minister: Charles Marryat. Witnesses: Geo MARSHALL piano tuner Compton St, Adelaide and Christina RICKE?? of Carrington St, Adelaide. Eliza Smith was a sister to James Smith builder Brompton Application 25805

SMELT, Cornelius Michael cabinetmaker North Adelaide, and Eliza Marian Smelt his wife 1908 Memorial 126/459

SMELT, Leonard Henry of Mt Bryan and Susan Smelt his wife. Mt Bryan East (Hundred of Kingston) township allotment land grant 1912 Grant Book 9 Page 211 County Burra

SMIDT, Heinrich farmer Lyndoch Valley 1859 Application 965

SMILLIE, Elizabeth spinster daughter of Eliza Jean Smillie, died 4/9/1869 intestate St Leonards on the Sea, Sussex, England Memorial 237/343

No 1

SMILLIE, Matthew Esquire Adelaide 1842 Memorial 255/2

SMILLIE, Matthew Esquire The Vallies near Nairne 1842 Memorial 400/11

SMILLIE, Elizabeth Corse widow The Vallies near Nairne, died c 1861. She left her entire estate to her stepson, William Smillie, and if he died before her, then the estate in trust for life to his wife, Eliza Jane Smillie, a niece of Elizabeth Smillie, and then absolutely to their children in equal shares Memorial 98/179

No 1

SMILLIE, William Esquire Kensington 1849 Memorial 127/18

SMILLIE, William (the Hon) solicitor and Advocate-General of SA about to proceed on a voyage 1851, made his will leaving his stepmother, Elizabeth Smillie, his wife Eliza Jane Smillie, Alexander Lang ELDER and George TINLINE as his executors and guardians of his infant children. The whole of his estate to his wife for life then to his children in equal shares. However, if the whole family perished in a shipwreck, then the estate to be shared amongst the following people; in any event, the Nairne cemetery to remain a burial place for the people of Nairne in perpetuity. His step-mother, Elizabeth Smillie of The Vallies near Nairne, to have a life interest in the entire estate. Then the estate to be divided into thirds - one third to his uncle, George Elder the Elder of Kirkaldy in Scotland and his descendants, another third to William Smillie's father-in-law Robert FARQUHARSON of Allargue in Scotland and his descendants; and the other third to be divided equally into four parts for nieces and nephews of his father Matthew Smillie (Mary Scott wife of the late John Scott for life then to her children; Alexander NAIRNE solicitor Edinburgh; the children of the late James Nairne merchant South America; the children of the late Charles Nairne settler Van Diemen's Land Memorial 388/53

SMILLIE, Eliza Jane widow of the Hon William Smillie Advocate-General Adelaide SA, living at 18 Corso Vittorio Emanuele, Florence, Italy in 1881. All her children had died - Matthew William Smillie arts student 3 Bridge St (JG SMITH home), Aberdeen, Scotland, died 23/10/1867, of 17 days’ gastric fever, aged 17; Elizabeth Smillie, died 4/9/1869 South-Eastern railway station St Leonards-on-sea, Sussex, England (St Mary Magdalene parish), of consumption and whooping cough, aged 21; Jean Nairne Smillie, died 29/2/1880 at home Florence, Italy, aged 33 (Buried in the Protestant Cemetery, Florence by the Rev’d Robert Loftus Tottenham, British Chaplain, Florence, British Episcopal Church) Application 19038

SMILLIE, Eliza Jane widow of the late William Smillie Advocate General of SA formerly of SA but then of Florence, Italy, power of attorney to Adolph von TREUER and George BOOTHBY Esquires Adelaide, to manage her SA business affairs 4/12/1880. She was still living in Florence in 1893 when she renewed the attorneyship Deposits 241/1883 & 79/1893

SMILY, Maria widow Clarence Park. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1906 Grant Book 2 Page 15 County Adelaide

SMITH, Aaron butcher Kooringa 1852[-1855] Memorial 9/48

No 1 – the Elder

SMITH, Adam sheepfarmer Broadmeadows Hundred of Jessie land grant 1859 Grant Book 50 Page 9 County Robe

SMITH, Adam sheep farmer Broadmeadows 1863. Mosquito Plains Presbyterian Church trustee Application 4031

SMITH, Adam sheepfarmer Narracoorte Hundred of Binnum land grant Feb 1870 Grant Book 29 Page 138 County MacDonnell

SMITH, Adam stockholder Hynam Hundred of Binnum land grant March 1870 Grant Book 29 Page 138 County MacDonnell

SMITH, Adam stockholder Broad Meadows near Narracoorte 1871 Memorial 181/255

SMITH, Adam squatter Naracoorte Hundred of Jessie land grant 1875 Grant Book 50 Page 267 County Robe

SMITH, Adam the Elder sheep farmer Hynam, died 1874-1876. His wife, Jane Smith, to live in his home in Hynam and have £1,000 a year income for life out of the estate - Kadnook Station in Victoria and Telegara and North Telegara (Tallegard?) Stations in Vic. Complicated arrangements and trusts for the children to inherit their share of the estate - Robert Smith sheep farmer Kadnook Vic, Thomas Smith sheep farmer Kadnook Vic, Sarah CATTANACH wife of Harry James Goodrich Cattanach sheep farmer Tallegard Vic, Gideon Smith sheep farmer Tallegard/Telegara?? Vic, and William Smith, Adam Smith the Younger, John Smith, Mary Jane Smith and Andrew Smith of Hynam Memorials 20 & 21/292

No 2 – the Younger

SMITH, Adam the Younger farmer Naracoorte Hundred of Jessie land grant 1875 Grant Book 50 Page 257 County Robe

SMITH, Adam, John Richard and William sheepfarmers Hynam Hundred of Jessie land grant. Associated with John ROBERTSON sheepfarmer Hynam 1877 Grant Book 50 Page 258 County Robe

SMITH, Adam the Younger overseer Hynam Hundred of Binnum land grant 1881 Grant Book 29 Page 146 County MacDonnell

SMITH, AE auctioneer Pt Augusta 1886 Memorial 93/380

SMITH, Albert Edward labourer Pt Elliot 1920 Memorial 164/481

No 1

SMITH, Alexander clerk Yankalilla 1857 Memorial 301/121

SMITH, Alexander storeman Yankalilla 1859 Application 999

SMITH, Alexander clerk to the Yankalilla District Council 1864 Memorial 214/200

SMITH, Alexander storekeeper Yankalilla 1871 Application 11818

No 2

SMITH, Alexander gardener Rostrevor near Magill 1887 Application 21182

SMITH, Alexander Robert farmer Strathalbyn 1930 Application 27821

No 1

SMITH, Alfred engineer Kensington 1851 Memorial 223/82

SMITH, Alfred engineer formerly of Kensington but now of Bungbong near Avoca Vic 1880 Memorial 213/326

SMITH, Alfred engineer and contractor Bungbong near Avoca Vic, power of attorney to William WHITTAM merchant’s clerk North Kensington, to sell certain allotments in North Kensington 29/4/1881 Deposit 156/1881

SMITH, Alfred engineer and contractor Bungbong near Avoca Vic, power of attorney to William WHITTAM gentleman North Kensington, to manage his SA business affairs and sell his real estate 1883 Application 19686

SMITH, Alfred formerly of Kensington but now of parts beyond the sea 1884 Application 20108

No 2

SMITH, Alfred farmer Yankalilla 1853[-1860] Memorial 236/94

No 3

SMITH, Alfred carpenter Nairne 1857[-1858] Memorial 214/130

SMITH, Alfred carpenter Nairne 1864 Application 5790

No 1

SMITH, Alfred Alexander medical practitioner Clare about to leave SA for a time, linked with Quinton Stow Smitgh merchant Adelaide 1907 Memorial 163/456

SMITH, Alfred Alexander medical practitioner Clare, about to leave the state for a time, power of attorney to Quinton Stow Smith merchant Adelaide to manage his bank account and his investments 20/2/1907 Deposit 7/1907

No 1

SMITH, Alfred Benjamin farmer Hundred of Minburra 1885 Memorial 232/370

SMITH, Alfred Benjamin farmer Wrensfordley trustee Institute Calca Hundred of Wrenfordsley land grant 1887 Grant Book 52 Page 42 County Robinson

SMITH, Alfred Westerman and Richard Caspar Smith both farmers Golden Grove 1882[-1890] Memorial 96/344

SMITH, Alfred Westerman and SMITH, Richard Caspar farmers Golden Grove 1908 Application 25462

No 1 - likely to be the same person

SMITH, Alfred William of Blyth St, Adelaide 1857 Memorial 91/132

SMITH, Alfred William clerk to Messrs F CLARK & Sons of Adelaide 1859 Memorial 30/151

No 1

SMITH, Alfred William Gresswell printer Kent Town 1916 Memorial 17/508

SMITH, Alfred William Gresswell printer 22 College Road, Kent Town 1943 Memorial 133/517

No 1

SMITH, Alice Jane of Alberton 1858 Memorial 170/139

SMITH, Alice Jane spinster Alberton 1863 Memorial 152/191

SMITH, Alison widow Goodwood Park 1881 Memorial 85/335

SMITH, Allen Keith licensed land broker 34 Windermere Ave, St James Park 1965 Application 29514

SMITH, Amy spinster Kent Town 1901[-1904] Memorial 66/444

No 1 - possibly the same person

SMITH, Andrew farmer Tam O'Shanter Plains 1863 Memorial 117/192

SMITH, Andrew farmer Hindmarsh Valley. He could neither read nor write 1865[-1871] Memorial 97/203

SMITH, Andrew farmer Hindmarsh Valley 1886 Application 21078

No 2

SMITH, Andrew blacksmith Pt Wakefield Co Gawler. Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1879 Grant Book 14 Page 417 County Daly

No 1

SMITH, Andrew Vallence farmer Georgetown. Hundred of Narridy land grant 1884 Grant Book 60 Page 261 County Victoria

SMITH, Andrew Vallence farmer Narridy. Hundred of Narridy land grant 1885 Grant Book 60 Page 261 County Victoria

SMITH, Ann widow Truro mother of Edwin Simon Smith no description 1859 Memorial 223/157

No 1

SMITH, Anthony farmer District of Adelaide 1841 Application 1437

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

SMITH, Anthony yeoman Adelaide 1848 Memorial 441/12

SMITH, Anthony miller Black Forest. Wesleyan Methodist Church trustee for land on South Road 1849 Memorial 279/15

SMITH, Anthony Section 142 The Sturt 1852 Memorial 95/41

SMITH, Anthony farmer Black Forest 1853 Memorial 300/56

SMITH, Anthony of Brighton 1853 Memorial 442/57

SMITH, Anthony farmer Brighton and Charlotte Elizabeth Smith his wife daughter of William COLLINS gentleman Brighton 1853 Memorial 225/55

SMITH, Anthony farmer Clarendon 1854 Memorial 175/69

SMITH, Charlotte Elizabeth of Browns near Ballarat Vic 1862 Application 3052

SMITH, Anthony of Ballarat Vic and Charlotte Elizabeth Smith his wife, daughter of William COLLINS gentleman Brighton 1863 Application 3890

No 3

SMITH, Anthony water carrier Adelaide 1846 Memorial 155/7 Carrier of Unley 1845[-1848] Memorial 297/5 Unley Wesleyan Methodist Chapel foundation trustee 1850 Memorial 108/23

No 4 - perhaps a continuation of No 3

SMITH, Anthony farmer Pt Elliot 1851[-1853] Memorial 198/38

No 1

SMITH, Archibald labourer Magill 1847 Memorial 404/8 Farmer Magill by 1848 Memorial 135/12

SMITH, Archibald farmer Payneham 1851[-1853] Memorial 470/35

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

SMITH, Archibald farmer Kensington 1856 Memorial 60/145

SMITH, Archibald farmer formerly of North Kensington 1856 but now of Mt Gambier 1878 Application 16832

SMITH, Archibald farmer Grove Hill Square Mile near Mt Gambier. His wife, Margaret Smith, died 8/4/1889, of 13 hour apoplexy, aged 73 Application 23350

SMITH, Archibald Cleator vigneron near Angaston 1907 Memorial 118/458

SMITH, Archibald John accountant Adelaide 1914 Memorial 182/472

SMITH, A blacksmith Meadows 1882 Memorial 31/347

No 1

SMITH, Arnold Roy butcher Echunga 1936 Memorial 88/510

SMITH, Arnold Roy butcher Echunga 1956 Application 29193

No 1

SMITH, Arthur wool sorter Hindmarsh 1879 Memorial 9/319

No 2

SMITH, Arthur dentist Gawler 1922 Memorial 66/485

SMITH, Arthur surgeon and dentist Gawler. St George's Gawler trustee 1915[-1926] Memorial 166/498

SMITH, Arthur dentist Gawler 1927 Application 27562

No 1

SMITH, Arthur Gordon mechanic Kingston S-E 1920 Memorial 137/480

SMITH, Arthur Gordon motor mechanic Kingston S-E 1922 Memorial 101/485

SMITH, Arthur Gordon mechanic Kingston S-E 1936 Application 28020

No 1

SMITH, Arthur Henry licensed surveyor Adelaide Franklyn (Hundred of Wonna) township allotment land grant 1881 Grant Book 40 Page 102 County Kimberley

SMITH, Arthur Henry licensed surveyor Adelaide Waukaringa township (Out of Hundreds) allotment land grant 1889 Grant Book 45 Page 2 County Lytton

SMITH, Arthur Henry surveyor formerly of Adelaide but then of Perth WA 1890[-1907] Memorial 240/356

SMITH, Arthur Henry surveyor formerly of Adelaide but now of Perth WA 1907[-1909] Memorial 144/456

No 1 - likely to be the same person

SMITH, AJ clerk to Messrs GWYNNE & LAWRENCE solicitors Adelaide 1849 Memorial 139/19

SMITH, Arthur Jennings Esquire 1849. He bought 8 allotments in Beaumont near the Beaumont Pleasure Grounds and Captain Finnis’s mill. Memorial 229/16 Likely to be a son of Matthew Smith 1850 Memorial 39/27

SMITH, Arthur Jennings gentleman Adelaide (Hindley St) 1851 Memorial 279/28

SMITH, Arthur Jennings Esquire formerly of Adelaide 1849 but now of Geelong Vic 1866 Application 7238

No 1

SMITH, Arthur William surgeon Auburn 1876 Memorial 235/288

SMITH, Arthur William surgeon Auburn, died intestate no date given. Husband of Elizabeth Susan Smith 1881 Memorial 137/334

SMITH, Edward schoolmaster Crafers Hundred of Davenport land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 660 County Frome

SMITH, Elizabeth Susan widow of Arthur William Smith medical practitioner Auburn, who died intestate, about to leave the province for a time, power of attorney to John Henry KAINES wine merchant and Norman Edward Thomas KAINES gentleman both of Halton Brook near Adelaide, to manage her late husband’s estate business affairs 2/4/1880 Deposit 168/1881

No 1

SMITH, Benjamin carpenter Adelaide (Waymouth St) 1838. Likely a family link with SMITH, Reuben labourer Adelaide 1838 Application 1380

SMITH, Benjamin farmer Section 5532 [probably Hundred of Yatala] known as WARREN's Paddock after a former occupier called Mr Warren. James HALL and William Hall miner no description also previously associated with the land 1852 Memorial 190/83

SMITH, Benjamin farmer Section 5494 Hundred of Yatala near Houghton 1861 Memorial 223/178

SMITH, Benjamin formerly farmer Houghton but now storekeeper Hundred of Barossa 1876 Memorial 208/292

No 2

SMITH, Benjamin engineer Adelaide (Hindley St) 1859 Memorial 23/161

No 3

SMITH, Benjamin farmer The Stockyards Rapid Bay 1860 Memorial 160/164

No 4

SMITH, Benjamin farmer Hundred of Minlacowie 1885[-1889] Memorial 106/372

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

SMITH, Berry of Woodchester 1859 Application 502

SMITH, Berry storekeeper Woodchester 1868 Memorial 138/229

SMITH, Berry of Woodchester Clerk of the Onaunga District Council 1874[-1880] Memorial 33/273

SMITH, Berry the Elder gentleman Strathalbyn, died 26/6/1902. Husband of Mary Smith. Father of Berry Smith the Younger agent Unley Memorial 180/446

SMITH, Berry the Elder gentleman Strathalbyn, died 26/6/1902. Husband of Mary Smith. Father of Berry Smith the Younger and Phillip Harry Smith. Estate worth £5,500. Berry Smith [formerly the Younger] accountant Cambridge Tce, New Parkside, died 30/8/1910 Hill's private hospital, Wakefield St, Adelaide, of a fractured skull, aged 52. Born at Woodchester. Married at 27. 2 sons and 1 daughter. Memorials 130 & 131/477

SMITH, Berry the Elder gentleman Strathalbyn, died 26/6/1902. Estate worth £5,500. Berry Smith the Younger was a trustee. He left his personal estate and some of his real estate to his wife, Mary Smith, absolutely. Sections 2549 and 2714 to his wife for life, then to his son, Philip Harry Smith absolutely in remainder expectant. By 1930, Mary Smith lived at 10 Salisbury St, North Unley Application 27800

SMITH, Mary widow formerly of Strathalbyn but now of Middleton 1917 Memorial 172/475

SMITH, Mary widow formerly of Strathalbyn but now of Middleton, relict of the late Berry Smith formerly of Strathalbyn now deceeased 1918 Memorial 170/477

SMITH, Mary widow (relict of the late Berry Smith) formerly of Strathalbyn but now of 49 Rose Tce, Wayville 1924 Memorial 48/490

SMITH, Berry the Younger storekeeper Wolseley 1884 Memorial 102/355

SMITH, Berry the Younger accountant Cambridge Tce, New Parkside, died 30/8/1910 Hill's private hospita Wakefield St Adelaide, of a fractured skull, aged 52. Born at Woodchester, he married at 27 and had 2 sons and 1 daughter living at the time of his death Application 25960

No 1 - perhaps the same person

SMITH, Caleb labourer Munno Para 1865 Application 6167

SMITH, Caleb farmer Gawler Hills 1883 Memorial 1/352

SMITH, Caleb and Elisha farmers Balaklava 1885 Memorial 65/416

SMITH, Caleb Ernest retired 23 Collins St, Enfield 1970 declared that his unnamed mother operated a dairy and milk round in Enfield from before 1937 until 1941 when he began to supervise the leasing of the business until his mother sold the round in 1946. She died 2 years later. One of the grazing paddocks, in Collins St, Enfield, surrounded by a broken down fence and boxthorn hedge, became a wood yard, poultry run and garden supplies business which Rowland Arthur Howard PARKER second hand dealer formerly of 325 Main North Road, Enfield late of 6 Plymouth St, Enfield operated after 1946. CE Smith's wife was called Ruby Jane Smith. RAH Parker's wife was called Edna Dorothy May Parker Application 28495

No 1

SMITH, Caroline widow Grünthal 1876 Memorial 239/293

SMITH, Caroline widow Grünthal 1880. Emma PEACOCK of Oakbank witnessed her signature Memorial 120/327

SMITH, Caroline Martha spinster Onkaparinga 1857 Memorial 11/132

SMITH, Caroline Shickle stockholder Comaum Hundred of Comaum land grant 1865 Grant Book 50 Page 71 County Robe

SMITH, Cecil Edwin farmer Littlehampton 1938 Memorial 108/512

No 1

SMITH, Charles farmer formerly of Adelaide 1839 but now of Victoria in New Zealand 1842 Application 8188

SMITH, Charles police constable Adelaide August 1851 Hutt River Special Survey land purchase Memorial 226/47 [This man resigned from the Police Department on 30/11/1851. No further trace in the GRO records] RPA Search 774

No 2

SMITH, Charles shoemaker Stepney 1851 Memorial 439/29

No 3

SMITH, Charles farmer Morphett Vale 1851[-1854] Memorial 281/34

SMITH, Charles farmer Morphett Vale 1859 Application 198

SMITH, Charles farmer Morphett Vale and Sophia Smith his wife linked with Robert Smith farmer O'Halloran Hill 1866 Memorial 82/261

No 4

SMITH, Charles mariner Pt Adelaide 1852 Memorial 17/39

No 5

SMITH, Charles innkeeper [Joseph CURNOW's hotel] Adelaide (Rundle St) 1853 Hundred of Onkaparinga land purchase Memorial 482/54

SMITH, Charles gentleman Adelaide (Rundle St) 1854 Memorial 393/61

No 6 - perhaps a continuation of No 5

SMITH, Charles formerly gold digger Forest Creek Vic but now labourer Geelong Vic 1854 Memorial 313/74

SMITH, Charles formerly gold digger Forest Creek later labourer Geelong Vic 1854 but now farmer New Tiers 1864. He could not write. C Smith inherited Section 8a Hundred of Onkaparinga from William COLEMAN formerly labourer Tusmore 1851 late gold digger Forest Creek Vic, who died 2/3/1853 at Forest Creek. He had bought the land for £77 from George Smith farmer New Tiers in 1851. [How were Charles and George Smith related?] Coleman's executor, Henry MELVILLE storekeeper Forest Creek, transferred the land to C Smith in July 1854 Application 4986

No 7 - likely to be the same person

SMITH, Charles farmer District of Adelaide 1853 Memorial 277/57

SMITH, Charles farmer Hurtle Vale 1857 Memorial 160/127

No 8

SMITH, Charles farmer Dry Creek 1853 Memorial 265/60

SMITH, Charles farmer Upper Dry Creek 1854 Memorial 373/71

SMITH, Charles farmer Seven Oaks Upper Dry Creek 1859 Memorial 316/156

SMITH, Charles farmer Seven Oaks Upper Dry Creek linked with Jane Smith of Section 2142 Upper Dry Creek and John Smith farmer near Golden Grove 1867 Memorial 208/218

No 9 - perhaps the same person

SMITH, Charles farmer Victoria Creek 1854 Memorial 172/78

SMITH, Charles farmer Hundred of Barossa 1859 Memorial 181/151

No 10

SMITH, Charles yeoman Mt Gambier 1855[-1860] Memorial 398/89

No 11

SMITH, Charles farmer Castle Range near Pt Elliot 1857 Memorial 327/128

SMITH, Charles farmer Castle Range near Goolwa 1865 Memorial 10/210

No 12

SMITH, Charles chandler Norwood 1858 Memorial 323/144

No 13

SMITH, Charles labourer Oakbank 1858 Memorial 148/134

SMITH, Charles labourer lot 9 Oakbank, died 10/10/1907. He left his real estate in trust for his wife, Elizabeth Smith, to use for her lifetime, then to his son, Charles Edward Smith labourer Oakbank, in remainder expectant. Estate worth £200. The executors were John Disher JOHNSTON and Andrew Deans Johnston brewers Oakbank. However, Elizabeth Rebecca Smith, wife of Charles Smith labourer Oakbank, had already died 17/10/1901, of senile decay, aged 74 Application 25465

No 14

SMITH, Charles labourer Walkerville Hundred of Macclesfield land grant 1859 Grant Book 36 Page 360 County Hindmarsh

No 15

SMITH, Charles hotelkeeper Robe. Hundred of Waterhouse land grant 1860 Grant Book 50 Page 13 County Robe

SMITH, Charles licensed victualler Robe 1862 Memorial 201/183

SMITH, Charles licensed victualler Robe and Rebecca Smith his wife 1864 Memorial 120/197

No 16

SMITH, Charles greengrocer Adelaide 1864 Application 5400.

No 17 – mixture of the Elder and the Younger

SMITH, Charles butcher Strathalbyn 1868 Memorial 249/229

SMITH, Charles butcher Greens Plains 1873 Memorial 198/270

SMITH, Charles the Elder storekeeper Greens Plains East Hundred of Koolywurtie land grant 1880 Grant Book 19 Page 312 County Fergusson

SMITH, Charles the Younger butcher Greens Plains East Hundred of Koolywurtie land grant 1880 Grant Book 19 Page 312 County Fergusson

SMITH, Charles the Younger and Thomas Richard Smith butchers Minlaton 1886 Memorial 161/375

No 18

SMITH, Charles shepherd Glencoe near Mt Gambier. Hundred of Grey land grant 1862 Grant Book 30 Page 369 County Grey

No 19

SMITH, Charles farmer Stockport on the Gilbert Co Light. Hundred of Alma land grant 1872 Grant Book 26 Page 99 County Gawler

No 20

SMITH, Charles harness maker Adelaide 1876 Memorial 143/293

No 21

SMITH, Charles plasterer Millicent Beachport (Hundred of Rivoli Bay) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 31 Page 287 County Grey

No 22

SMITH, Charles and George Thomas of Skillogolee Creek 1881 Memorial 60/335

No 23

SMITH, Charles labourer East Moonta. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1881 Grant Book 14 Page 65 County Daly

No 24 - perhaps the Elder and the Younger

SMITH, Charles farmer Hundred of Pirie. Trustee Wesleyan Methodist Church Hundred of Pt Pirie Hundred of Pirie land grant 1881 Grant Book 60 Page 296 County Victoria

SMITH, Charles farmer formerly of Fifth Creek but now of near Pt Pirie 1883 Memorial 209/353

SMITH, Charles the Elder farmer Hundred of Pirie 1889 Memorial 244/398

No 25

SMITH, Charles dealer Adelaide 1885 Memorial 195/364

No 26

SMITH, Charles the Younger livery stable keeper Adelaide (Waymouth St) 1887 Memorial 161/382

SMITH, Charles the Younger mail contractor Adelaide trading under the style or firm of C Smith & Co 1891 Memorial 244/408

SMITH, Charles the Younger livery stable keeper Adelaide trading under the style or firm of C Smith & Co 1902 Memorial 187/446

No 27

SMITH, Charles of Salisbury, died 19/6/1890. Husband of Sarah Ann Smith Memorial 175/404

SMITH, Charles died 19/6/1890. His widow, Sarah Ann Smith, still lived at Salisbury in 1910 Memorial 85/463

SMITH, Charles labourer Salisbury, died 19/6/1890. He left his entire estate to his wife, Sarah Ann Smith Application 28162

No 28

SMITH, Charles tinsmith New Glenelg 1913 Application 26222

No 1

SMITH, Charles Algernon of Norwood 1864 Application 5567

SMITH, Charles Algernon machinist Adelaide (Stephens Place) 1870 Memorial 67/250

SMITH, Charles Algernon engineer Adelaide (off Chancery Lane) 1888 Memorial 46/395

No 1

SMITH, Charles Allen publican Adelaide took out a 5-year lease at £104 a year of the Kenton Arms at Gumeracha from Henry DAWSON gentleman St Peters 1889 Memorial 225/396

SMITH, Charles Allen licensed victualler Kenton Arms Gumeracha 1891 Memorial 13/408

No 1

SMITH, Charles Andrew the Younger engineer Adelaide 1896[-1897] Memorial 31/429

SMITH, Charles Andrew the Younger, engineer formerly of Adelaide but now of Norwood 1906 Application 25342

No 1

SMITH, Charles Frederick farmer Macclesfield 1852[-1854] Memorial 256/43

SMITH, Charles Frederick farmer Watergate near Battunga sold land in the Hundred of Macclesfield for the purposes of the Wesleyan Methodist Connexion 1858 Memorial 145/133

SMITH, Charles Frederick farmer Watergate near Macclesfield 1873 Memorial 133/265

SMITH, Charles Frederick labourer Bowden-on-the-Hill, died 16/6/1891 Parkside Lunatic Asylum, aged 70 Application 23275

No 1

SMITH, Charles Henry clerk to Messrs STOW & BRUCE solicitors Adelaide 1865 Memorial 288/207

No 2

SMITH, Charles Henry labourer Thorndon 1884 Application 20060.

SMITH, Charles Henry of Campbelltown 1894 Memorial 59/421

No 1

SMITH, Charles T clerk Pt Adelaide 1878 Memorial 204/306

SMITH, Charles T clerk Pt Adelaide 1881 Enrolment 50/53

SMITH, Charles Trafford agent Pt Adelaide 1886[-1892] Memorial 71/378, Application 22300

SMITH, Charles William farmer Morphett Vale 1859 Application 199

SMITH, Charles William farmer Stockport on the Gilbert 1891[-1894] Memorial 94/411, Application 22780

SMITH, Charles William farmer Stockport, eldest son and Henry Smith farmer Morphett Vale, sons of the late Charles Smith farmer Morphett Vale and his wife, Sophia Smith. William Smith farmer Warner Town was another son 1897 Applications 23369/23370

No 1

SMITH, Christopher Grabham miller Strathalbyn 1853 Memorial 362/59 Farmer Strathalbyn 1854 Memorial 121/71

SMITH, Christopher Grabham farmer Woodlands Farm near Mt Gambier Hundred of Gambier land grant 1860[-1863] Grant Book 30 Page 83 County Grey

SMITH, Christopher Grabham formerly miller Strathalbyn but now farmer Mt Gambier 1864 Memorial 193/197

SMITH, Christopher Grabham farmer Woodland Farm near Mt Gambier 1860 Memorial 54/166

SMITH, Christopher Grabham farmer Woodlands Farm Mt Gambier and Mary Smith his wife 1877 Memorial 7/376

SMITH, Christopher Grabham farmer Mt Gambier, died 14/12/1885 Memorial 146/381

SMITH, Mary widow of the late Christopher Smith farmer Mt Gambier, died 25/3/1913, of pylorus cancer, aged 78. She was born in an unknown Scottish town and had emigrated to SA 62 years previously. Married at 19 years. 3 sons and 4 daughters living. 1 daughter deceased 1913 Application 26232

SMITH, Clarence machinist Pt Wakefield Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1879 Grant Book 14 Page 416 County Daly

SMITH, Clarence Herbert of Ardrossan 1886[-1888] Memorial 3/378

SMITH, Clement James Drummond MP of Kingston S-E and Elma Joyce Smith his wife 1939 Application 28185

SMITH, Clive sharebroker Adelaide 1897 Memorial 131/433

SMITH, Cooper labourer New Hamburgh 1875 Application 14681

No 1

SMITH, Daniel shoemaker Hindmarsh 1856[-1867] Memorial 43/110

No 2 - likely to be a continuation of No 1; dates clash.

SMITH, Daniel cordwainer Gawler 1859 Memorial 292/158

SMITH, Daniel shoemaker Gawler South 1865 Application 6214

No 3

SMITH, Daniel farmer Virginia Hundred of Redhill land grant 1878 Grant Book 14 Page 367 County Daly

No 1

SMITH, David of Bowden 1840 Application 6704

No 2 - likely to be a continuation of No 1

SMITH, David of Hindmarsh 1842 Memorial 495/1

SMITH, David yeoman Hope Valley 1843 Memorial 217/198

SMITH, David labourer Thebarton 1846 Memorial 209/281

SMITH, David carpenter Hindmarsh 1847[-1848] Memorial 49/304

SMITH, David plaisterer Hindmarsh 1847[-1857] Memorial 185/347

SMITH, David farm labourer Hindmarsh 1850 Memorial 454/23

SMITH, David plasterer Hindmarsh 1851 Memorial 369/33

SMITH, David formerly of Thebarton but now plasterer Hindmarsh 1854[-1855] Memorial 318/62

SMITH, David plasterer Hindmarsh and Sarah Smith his wife 1856 Memorial 99/180

SMITH, David plasterer Hindmarsh 1862 Application 2994

SMITH, David formerly yeoman Hope Valley 1843 then plasterer Hindmarsh died c1861. His widow, Sarah Smith, died 24/10/1863 Hindmarsh. Their daughter, Mary Smith, married John HUGHES plasterer Hindmarsh Application 12714

SMITH, David formerly yeoman Hope Valley then plasterer Hindmarsh but now deceased. Husband of Sarah Smith now widow Hindmarsh 1862 Memorial 124/185

No 3 - perhaps the same family

SMITH, David plasterer Pt Adelaide 1851 Memorial 116/37

SMITH, Sarah widow Pt Adelaide 1867 Application 8314

No 4

SMITH, David and William farmers O'Halloran Hill 1857 Memorial 55/118

No 5

SMITH, David commercial traveller Adelaide 1858 Memorial 169/143

SMITH, David storekeeper Gawler 1859 Memorial 304/157

SMITH, David Graham storekeeper Gawler 1859[-1860] Memorial 308/155

No 6

SMITH, David farmer near Saddleworth Co Light. Hundred of Booyoolie land grant 1878[-1880] Grant Book 60 Page 154 County Victoria

No 7

SMITH, David stockholder Auburn Co Stanley. Mannahill (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1894 Grant Book 65 Page 184 County Not named

SMITH, David District Council clerk Auburn 1896[-1902] Memorial 127/427, Application 23114

SMITH, David auctioneer Auburn linked with EA Smith storekeeper Auburn 1907 Memorial 5/458

SMITH, David auctioneer Auburn 1907 Application 26153.

SMITH, Donald Edward labourer and SMITH, Marguerite home duties both of Mt Gambier, aged 48 and 41 respectively in 1947, declared that they had lived in Mt Gambier for 48 and 30 years respectively Application 28490

No 1

SMITH, Duncan labourer Inman Valley Hundred of Hall land grant 1879[-1882] Grant Book 56 Page 213 County Stanley

SMITH, Duncan labourer Inman Valley 1881 Memorial 167/329

SMITH, Duncan farmer Hundred of Hall trustee unnamed Chapel Hundred of Hall Hundred of Hall land grant 1883 Grant Book 56 Page 219 County Stanley

SMITH, EA storekeeper Auburn 1907 Application 26153

SMITH, Edis farmer The Vallies Nairne. He rented land from the Smillie Estate 1882 Application 19038

SMITH, Edmund Edmonds gentleman Adelaide 1887 Memorial 214/387

No 1

SMITH, Edmund of Keyneton 1864 Memorial 164/199

SMITH, Edmund H of Keyneton 1866 Memorial 304/209

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

SMITH, Edmund Hanson Esquire Silverton Park 1875 Memorial 179/283

SMITH, Edmund Hanson farmer formerly of Findon but now of Bullaparinga near Rapid Bay 1877 Memorial 27/305

SMITH, Edmund Hanson of Adelaide 1878 Memorial 6/313

SMITH, Edmund Hanson gentleman Adelaide, about to leave the province for a time, power of attorney to Walter REYNELL of Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 4/3/1878 Deposit 12/1879

No 1

SMITH, Edward shoemaker Fullarton 1853[-1855] Memorial 375/57

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

SMITH, Edward shoemaker Goolwa 1856[-1859] Memorial 179/108

SMITH, Edward bootmaker Goolwa, died 27/6/1907. His estate worth £160. His personal estate to his wife, Martha Smith. His real estate to his natural son, Frank Maurice BEDFORD motor launch proprietor Goolwa by 1934 Application 27914

SMITH, Edward bootmaker Goolwa, died before 1933. Husband of Martha Smith. He had a natural son called Frank Maurice BEDFORD motor launch proprietor Goolwa. Executors; Walter Frederick NEWELL farmer Goolwa (probably a relative of Hilda Beatrice Newell widow Goolwa) and Charles Mansfield OSBORNE bootmaker Goolwa Memorials 191 & 192/506

No 3

SMITH, Edward storekeeper Pt Adelaide 1854 Memorial 270/79

No 4 - likely to be a continuation of No 3

SMITH, Edward grocer Pt Adelaide 1855[-1856] Memorial 279/89

SMITH, Edward gentleman Crafers 1857[-1869] Memorial 187/129

SMITH, Edward gentleman Crafers 1862 Application 2784.

SMITH, Edward formerly grocer Pt Adelaide 1857 but now gentleman near Crafers 1866 Application 7479

SMITH, Edward teacher Crafers 1870 Memorial 1/251

SMITH, Edward teacher Crafers 1875 Application 14285

SMITH, Edward licensed teacher Crafers 1878[-1884] Memorial 148/312, Applications 16570,18278

SMITH, Edward schoolmaster Crafers Hundred of Barunga land grant 1880 Grant Book 14 Page 462 County Daly

SMITH, Edward schoolmaster Crafers Hundred of Bremer land grant 1880[-1882] Grant Book 36 Page 44 County Hindmarsh

SMITH, Edward schoolmaster formerly of Crafers but now of Fulham, and Jane Smith his wife 1883 Memorial 249/375

No 5

SMITH, Edward farmer Humphrey Springs 1859[-1865] Memorial 31/157

No 6

SMITH, Edward licensed victualler Strathalbyn 1859 14-year lease at £4 a week for the Traveller's Rest Inn, Hundred of Clare, owned by Archibald MCDIARMID gentleman Clare Memorial 207/150

SMITH, Edward publican Clare 1867[-1876] Memorial 73/222

No 7

SMITH, Edward engraver Adelaide and Eliza Smith his wife formerly Eliza WYATT. She appeared to have links with William Wyatt chemist Hindmarsh 1883 Memorial 150/427

No 8

SMITH, Edward farmer Mintaro Co Stanley. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1880 Grant Book 13 Page 193 County Dalhousie

No 9

SMITH, Edward Commercial Bank of Australasia Ltd Manager Adelaide 1887 Application 21314

No 10

SMITH, Edward wheelwright Payneham 1898[-1899] Memorial 220/433

SMITH, Edward wheelwright formerly of Payneham but now of Elliston 1907 Memorial 72/457

SMITH, Edward Chesworth and Joseph machinists Two Wells became bankrupts in 1878 Memorial 95/309

SMITH, Edward Rowland teacher Fife Ave, Torrens Park . St Michael's Mitcham trustee 1941 Memorial 106/515

SMITH, Edward Walter gardener Glen Osmond 1941, linked with Emily Smith typiste Glen Osmond, Alice Smith home duties Somerton and Margaret Adeline SNOW married woman Glen Osmond Application 28301

No 1

SMITH, Edwin gardener Port Road 1851 Memorial 17/38

SMITH, Edwin gardener Leawood Glen Osmond. He leased the estate, of 40 acres with garden, paddock and 'together with all houses' from George John William STEVENSON Esquire Adelaide for 21 years from 1875 at £5 a year for the first 10 years and £7/10/- a year for the remainder. William LUCAS had just given up occupancy of the property Memorial 149/288

SMITH, Edwin Mitchell valuator Medindie 1919[-1924] Memorial 77/478, Application 27158

No 1

SMITH, Edwin Simon no description son of Ann Smith widow Truro 1859 Memorial 223/157

SMITH, Edwin Simon labourer Truro 1874, son of Ann Smith widow Truro Application 13485

SMITH, Edwin Simon sheep farmer Frankton 1883 Memorial 95/348

No 1

SMITH, Edwin Thomas merchant Adelaide 1858 Memorial 48/140

SMITH, Edwin Thomas brewer Kent Town, power of attorney to Talbot Baines BRUCE gentleman Adelaide, to represent his interests in the estate of John Albert BRUCE gentleman Kapunda 30/3/1870 Application 10827

SMITH, Edwin Thomas KCMG Kensington linked with Elizabeth Smith The Acacias Kensington, Sarah COOK of Rose Park, Mary HAIGH of Angas St, Adelaide and Ellen PETERSWALD of North Adelaide 1898 Memorial 57/435

SMITH, Eileen Edith married woman Kingston S-E 1937 Application 28078

SMITH, Elford miner near Moonta 1867 Memorial 159/218

SMITH, Elford FC chemist Kapunda 1943 Memorial 28/531

SMITH, Eli farmer Yorke Peninsula 1876 Application 15533

No 1

SMITH, Elijah tailor Adelaide 1857 Memorial 99/129

SMITH, Elijah tailor and innkeeper Adelaide 1861 Memorial 258/176

No 1

SMITH, Elizabeth widow Adelaide 1865 Application 6576

No 2

SMITH, Elizabeth spinster Hundred of Pirie. Hundred of Pirie land grant 1886 Grant Book 60 Page 299 County Victoria

No 3

SMITH, Elizabeth widow Thebarton 1887 Application 21284

SMITH, Ellen Priscilla spinster Medindie 1863 Memorial 193/187

SMITH, EM [Edwin Mitchell] government surveyor Kent Town 1874 Memorial 118/276

No 1

SMITH, Emma Louisa widow Parkside, about to leave the province permanently, power of attorney to Frederick William BULLOCK and James Viner SMITH land agents Adelaide, to manage her SA business affairs 3/2/1890 Deposit 57/1890

SMITH, Emma Louisa widow Parkside now in parts beyond the seas 1898 Memorial 136/436

No 1

SMITH, Enoch Horace dealer Macclesfield 1890 Memorial 244/404

SMITH, Enoch Horace farmer Macclesfield 1927 Application 27610.

SMITH, EP stockholder Yabmana near Franklin Harbour (perpetual lease 4951D) 1918 Application 26636

SMITH, Ernest Alfred machinist Mt Barker 1884 Memorial 187/359

SMITH, FA blacksmith Beyer St, Norwood 1919 Application 26763

No 1

SMITH, Fanny widow Pekina. Hundred of Pekina land grant 1882 Grant Book 13 Page 168 County Dalhousie

SMITH, Fanny widow Tarcowie. Hundred of Tarcowie land grant 1889 Grant Book 13 Page 55 County Dalhousie

SMITH, Frances Ann widow Prospect 1906[-1907] Memorial 128/455

No 1

SMITH, Francis livery stable keeper Adelaide 1850 Memorial 368/20

SMITH, Francis livery stable keeper Adelaide (Rundle St) 1853[-1854] Memorial 250/57

SMITH, Francis coach proprietor Adelaide 1856 Memorial 16/106

No 2

SMITH, Francis of Clifton Chambers, Adelaide 1885 Memorial 54/368

No 1

SMITH, Francis Grey general manager of the Bank of SA formerly known as the SA Banking Company Adelaide 1870 Application 10732

SMITH, Francis Grey Inspector of the Bank of SA Adelaide 1870[-1871] Memorial 213/244

No 1

SMITH, Francis Isaac gingerbeer manufacturer Mt Barker linked with Frederick Charles Smith ironmonger Kooringa 1861 Memorial 234/170

SMITH, Francis Isaac accountant Mt Barker (Father: William Smith) married Sarah WRAIGHT of Littlehampton widow of Moses Wraight Little Totness (Father: Thomas SEAGER) on 20/10/1877 at St Paul’s Pulteney St, Adelaide. Minister: F Slaney POOLE. Witnesses: Thomas William LANE painter Adelaide and Sarah Lane Adelaide 1881 Application 18931

No 1

SMITH, Francis Scholefield farmer Greens Plains East 1882 Grant Book 14 Page 327 County Daly

SMITH, Francis Scholefield farmer Paskeville. Hundred of Kulpara land grant 1904 Grant Book 14 Page 335 County Daly

No 1

SMITH, Francis Stringer of Orroroo 1889 Memorial 98/411

SMITH, Francis Stringer HM civil service Orroroo linked with Robert Smith wire machinist formerly of Adelaide but now of Carlton Vic 1892 Memorial 201/413

SMITH, Francis Stringer HM civil service formerly of Orroroo but now of East Adelaide linked with Robert Smith machinist formerly of Adelaide but now of Carlton Vic 1896 Memorial 214/428

SMITH, Francis Stringer civil servant formerly of Orroroo but now of East Adelaide 1900[-1901] Memorial 32/440

No 1

SMITH, Frank overseer Paratoo, power of attorney to Adolph von TREUER of Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 8/2/1875 Deposit 42/1875

SMITH, Frank overseer formerly of Panaramatee Station but now of Paratoo 1889 Memorial 109/397

SMITH, Frank overseer Paratoo 1894 Memorial 240/422

SMITH, Frank merchant The Broadway, Glenelg linked with Reginald Kenneth Denny Smith formerly draper but now merchant Rutland Ave, Unley Park 1932 Memorial 111/505

No 2

SMITH, Frank secretary Adelaide 1931, Secretary of the Synod of the Church of England in the Diocese of Adelaide Application 27841

No 3

SMITH, Frank farmer Melrose, aged 62 in 1950, declared that he had lived in Melrose all his life Application 28734

SMITH, Frank Benjamin farmer Spring Farm near Melrose linked with Frederick Freeman Smith farmer via Narrogin WA 1937 Memorial 132/510

No 1

SMITH, Frederick groom Adelaide 1849 Memorial 406/13

SMITH, Frederick [formerly groom Adelaide but now] drayman North Adelaide 1853 Memorial 365/60

No 2

SMITH, Frederic bank manager Quorn 1887[-1893] Memorial 64/384

No 3

SMITH, Frederick railway porter Knoxville Co Adelaide. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1905 Grant Book 13 Page 208 County Dalhousie

No 4

SMITH, Frederick railway labourer Bordertown. Hundred of Tatiara land grant 1907 Grant Book 7 Page 21 County Buckingham

SMITH, Frederick Alexander clerk Adelaide 1930 Memorial 16/504

SMITH, F[rederick] C[aley] vigneron Yalumba Angaston. Angaston Institute trustee1908 Application 25448

No 1 FIND ARE THERE TWO FC SMITH?

SMITH, Frederick Charles yeoman Mt Barker 1854 Memorial 484/77

SMITH, Frederick Charles the Younger formerly yeoman Mt Barker but then ironmonger Kooringa 1861 Memorial 234/170

SMITH, Frederick Charles ironmonger Kooringa 1861 Memorial 92/176

SMITH, Frederick Charles gardener Mt Barker. Trustee land in Mt Barker ‘as the site of a church and parsonage to the use of the United Church of England and Ireland’ 1864 RPA Search 2390

SMITH, Frederick Charles formerly ironmonger Kooringa but then machinist Mt Barker 1880 Application 18271

SMITH, Frederick Charles estate agent Mt Barker, died 12/6/1910. Husband of Eliza Ina Smith. Father of Selina Abi Prudence THOMSON married woman Woodside and Seth Shephateah Smith farmer formerly of Spalding but now of Broken Hill NSW Memorial 162/463

No 1

SMITH, Frederick Freeman gardener Melrose 1906 Memorial 249/455

SMITH, Frederick Freeman formerly gardener Melrose but now farmer Narrogin WA 1925 Memorial 179/493

No 1

SMITH, Frederick George labourer Magill 1844 Memorial 31/125

SMITH, Frederick George labourer Magill 1844 Application 22596

SMITH, Frederick George labourer formerly of Magill but now of Adelaide 1847 Memorial 61/8

No 1

SMITH, Frederick Isaac ginger beer maker Mt Barker 1851[-1857] Memorial 429/32

SMITH, Frederick Isaac formerly ginger beer maker but then clerk Mt Barker 1881 Application 18773

SMITH, Frederick Thomas Cockerill railway station master Saddleworth 1894 Application 22660

No 1

SMITH, Frederick Tarver bricklayer Norwood 1850 Memorial 41/21

SMITH, Frederick Tarver builder Norwood 1850 Application 13113

SMITH, Frederick Tarver bricklayer Norwood 1851 He laid out the village of Cranbourne on Section 288 Survey B Memorials 69/34 & 255/34

SMITH, Frederick Tarver builder Norwood 1851 Memorial 191/31

No 1

SMITH, Frederick William farmer Willyara. Willyara Primitive Methodist Chapel trustee 1865 Memorial 214/206

No 2

SMITH, Frederick William machinist Johnburgh trustee Institute Johnburgh 1896 Grant Book 13 Page 312 County Dalhousie

                                                                                                                                      SMITH, G wheelwright and blacksmith Hindmarsh 1900 Application 24114

No 1

SMITH, George labourer Adelaide 1843 Memorial 300/3

SMITH, George yeoman Adelaide 1846 Memorial 7/7

SMITH, George gardener Adelaide 1851[-1852] Memorial 123/34

SMITH, George formerly gardener but now out of business Norwood, about to take a voyage to England, power of attorney to Joshua GURR ironmonger Currie St, Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 14/1/1865 Deposit 6/1866

No 2

SMITH, George farmer New Tiers 1851 Memorial 44/34

No 3

SMITH, George yeoman Brompton 1850[-1853] Memorial 219/26

SMITH, George yeoman Brompton 1886 Memorial 10/376

No 4 - blacksmith and wheelwright

SMITH, George blacksmith Brompton 1850[-1865] Memorial 150/245

SMITH, George wheelwright Brompton 1860[-1862] Memorial 198/162

SMITH, George gentleman Brompton 1864 Memorial 24/194

SMITH, George blacksmith Brompton 1880 Application 18078

SMITH, George gentleman Brompton 1886 Application 21124

SMITH, George blacksmith Port Road 1893 Memorial 131/419

SMITH, George blacksmith Brompton 1898 Application 23627

SMITH, George formerly wheelwright Brompton but then out of business Hindmarsh, died 28/10/1900. Husband of Matilda Smith Memorial 198/441

SMITH, George formerly blacksmith Brompton, died 28/10/1900. Husband of Matilda Smith. Father of James Smith builder Brompton and Eliza Smith spinster Brompton Memorial 11/445

SMITH, George formerly wheelwright Brompton late out of business Hindmarsh, died 28/10/1900. Estate worth £1,465. His whole estate which did not consist of money to be sold and the money invested in freehold mortgages. His wife, Matilda Smith, to get a quarter of the income from these investments for the rest of her life, except if she remarried, then she would receive 1/6th of the income. Upon her death, their children to inherit the fund in equal shares. Executors: Rev'd John SMITH priest Adelaide and John NOLAN tailor Adelaide. The real estate was sold by auction on 7/10/1901. The children who inherited the funds were James Smith builder Brompton and Eliza Smith spinster Brompton, also Mary Ann SHINNICK, Elija Smith, George Smith, John Henry Smith, Francis Gould Smith, James Smith and Florence WHITELAW 1902 Application 24453

No 5

SMITH, George carpenter Brompton 1856[-1880] Memorial 238/117

SMITH, George carpenter formerly of Brompton but now of Croydon 1877[-1879] Memorial 231/298

SMITH, George carpenter Croydon 1885 Application 20758

SSMITH, George carpenter Brompton and SMITH, William bricklayer Croydon 1885 They owed adjacent allotments in Princes St, Croydon Application 20454

No 6 - perhaps the same person

SMITH, George blacksmith Hindmarsh 1861 Memorial 39/173

SMITH, George gentleman Hindmarsh 1890 Application 21809

SMITH, George blacksmith Hindmarsh 1892 Application 22284

No 7 - perhaps the same person

SMITH, George gardener Norwood 1854 Memorial 354/78

SMITH, George nurseryman Norwood 1856 Memorial 464/100

SMITH, George gardener First Creek 1862 Memorial 84/185

SMITH, George nurseryman Norwood 1866 Application 7063

No 8 - likely to be the same person

SMITH, George shoemaker Robe 1856 Memorial 230/101

SMITH, George carrier Lordston 1857 Memorial 315/126

SMITH, George carrier Robe, died c1867. Executors and sole beneficiaries; James STANWAY carpenter Robe and Grace Stanway his wife Memorial 167/232

No 9

SMITH, George nurseryman Walkerville 1857 Memorial 215/127

No 10 - perhaps a continuation of No 9

SMITH, George wheelwright Walkerville 1871 Memorial 103/252

SMITH, George wheelwright North Eastern Road, Walkerville, died 27/9/1925. His estate worth £880. His estate in trust for his wife, Clara Smith, to enjoy the income for life or during her widowhood. The whole estate to be sold after her death and the proceeds divided equally amongst the children - Emma Carrie JENKINS, Samuel Smith Federal officer Hyde Park, Mary O'CONNOR, Annie MATHEWS, Fred Smith and Emily Smith spinster North Eastern Road, Walkerville (later Emily MILTON married woman Toorak). Clara Smith died 14/1/1927 Olive St, Prospect, of heat apoplexy and 3 days' cardiac failure aged 86. Born in Oxbridge, Somerset, she emigrated to SA 71 years previously. Married aged 22; 2 sons and 4 daughters living; 1 daughter deceased Application 27603

No 11

SMITH, George cooper Gawler 1853[-1857] Memorial 66/47

No 12

SMITH, George carrier Little Para 1854 Memorial 34/79

No 13

SMITH, George farmer Gawler Plains 1859 Memorial 175/148

SMITH, George farmer Gawler Plains 1882[-1890], died 24/2/1895. Husband of Mary Smith who died 18/1/1908 Memorial 108/459

SMITH, George farmer Gawler Plains, died 24/2/1895. His widow, Mary Smith, died 18/1/1908. Mother of adopted daughter, Mary Jane HYMER, who died 1/10/1950 Memorial 200/525

SMITH, George farmer Gawler Plains, died 24/2/1895. He left his entire estate to his wife, Mary Smith, for life, then to his adopted daughter, Mary Jane Smith, also known as Mary Jane HYMER, absolutely in remainder expectant. Mary Jane Smith also inherited £300 when she turned 21; in the meantime that money earned interest in trust in the bank and also invested in shares. Mary Smith died 18/1/1908. Mary Jane Smith spinster 9 Hampton St, Goodwood, died 29/9/1950 Royal Adelaide Hospital, of cerebral embolism, myocardial infarction, and hypostatic pneumonia, aged 79. She was cremated in the West Tce Crematorium on 3/10/1950 Application 28851

SMITH, Mary widow Gawler Plains 1905 Memorial 112/453

SMITH, Mary widow near Smithfield, died 18/1/1908 (relict of the late George Smith, who died 24/2/1895). Executors; Joseph BLAKE machinist Smithfield and William Gilbert PAYNE hay merchant Gawler South Memorial 250/459 & RPA Search 1970

No 14 - perhaps the same person

SMITH, George brewer Adelaide 1861 Application 2024

SMITH, George brewer Kent Town 1871 Memorial 34/251

SMITH, George gentleman Kent Town, about to take a voyage to England, power of attorney to John BULLOCK gentleman Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 14/3/1872 Deposit 147/1873

SMITH, George brewer Parkside 1887 Application 21153

No 15

SMITH, George labourer Kent Town 1864 Memorial 350/199

No 16

SMITH, George gentleman Gumeracha, died in Gumeracha 1871. He left his entire estate to Ann Smith spinster Adelaide his daughter Memorial 232/254

No 17

SMITH, George grazier Kingston S-E 1921 Memorial 120/482

SMITH, George grazier Kingston S-E, died 23/10/1934. Husband of Harriet Smith Memorial 127/508

SMITH, George died c1925. Husband of Clara Smith. Father of Emma Carrie JENKINS, Samuel Smith, Mary O'CONNOR, Annie MATHEWS, Fred Smith and Emily Smith Memorial 115/494

No 18

SMITH, George farmer Stockport 1929 Application 27751

SMITH, George Benjamin no description associated with Thomas BRANDON's Mine at Spring Creek (Sections 458, 1417, 1418, 1422, 1426 Hundred of Gregory) 1861. He apparently had links with Mt Remarkable in 1862 Memorials 208/178, 307/182, 33/187

No 1

SMITH, George FA grazier Kingston S-E 1945 Memorial 140/519

SMITH, George Frederick Albert grazier Kingston S-E 1947 Application 28515

No 1

SMITH, George Frederick Douglas Nepean grazier Thistlebeds Co Burra 1893 Memorial 194/416

SMITH, George Frederick Douglas Nepean grazier Thistlebeds near Kersbrook 1896 Memorials 249/427 & 1/428

SMITH, George Frederick Douglas Nepean fruitgrower near Kersbrook 1909 Memorial 14/462

SMITH, George Frederic Douglas Nepean grazier formerly of near Kersbrook but now of Unley, and Pauline Nepean Smith his wife 1916 Memorial 175/473

No 1

SMITH, George Henry storeman Stepney 1877 Memorial 168/304

SMITH, George Henry formerly storeman but now labourer Stepney 1912 Application 26123

SMITH, George James tinsmith Mintaro 1900[-1905] Memorial 93/440

No 1

SMITH, George Manby bookseller Chipping Norton, Oxon, England, power of attorney to Rev’d George STONEHOUSE Protestant Minister Chipping Norton, about to proceed to SA, to choose and purchase for him two Sections in the Barossa Range and an acre in Angaston itself both from George Fife ANGAS merchant Jeffreys Square, London, Middlesex, England, and manage the property on his behalf 18/7/1845 Deposit 105/1855

SMITH, George Manby printer, bookseller and stationer Chipping Norton, Oxon, England, died c1854-1855. He left his estate to his wife, Mary Ann Smith, and his three children Deborah Manby Smith, Sarah Purdy Smith and George Bloomfield Smith, as tenants in common. His widow died c1861. She left her household goods and wearing apparel to her two daughters to be divided equally between them; and the real estate and the rest of the personal effects in equal shares as tenants in common to her three children. The family sold their father’s land in the Barossa Valley to Gottlieb STEICKE in 1861. The Rev’d George STONEHOUSE was the Smiths’ local attorney. Application 6037

No 1

SMITH, George Nixon labourer Pt Adelaide 1858 Memorial 91/147

SMITH, George Nixon probably of Yatala township died in the Adelaide Hospital 1865. He left his entire estate to his wife, Nancy Smith, who was a widow at Yatala township in 1869 Memorials 56 & 57/240

SMITH, George Nixon labourer Pt Adelaide, died 8/10/1865 Adelaide Hospital. He left his estate to his wife, Nancy Smith Application 10665

SMITH, George P bookseller Narracoorte 1898 Memorial 129/435

SMITH, George Samuel machinist Thebarton 1876[- 1877] Memorial 10/287

No 1 - perhaps the Elder

SMITH, George Warren shipping agent Pt Adelaide leased 'the two front rooms on the right front side of the entrance to the building known as Central Chambers in Lipson St'. 1877 Memorial 3/302

SMITH, George W licensed land agent Pt Adelaide 1878 Application 16777

SMITH, George W shipping agent Pt Adelaide 1881 Enrolment 50/53

SMITH, George Warren agent Pt Adelaide. Owen (Hundred of Dalkey) township allotment land grant 1881 Grant Book 27 Page 444 County Gawler

SMITH, George W licensed land agent Lipson St, Pt Adelaide 1883 Application 19893

SMITH, George Warren agent Pt Adelaide Co Adelaide. Wonoka (Hundred of Wonoka) township allotment land grant 1883 Grant Book 5 Page 68 County Blachford

SMITH, George Warren agent Pt Adelaide 1884[-1884] Memorial 26/359

SMITH, George Warren customs agent Pt Adelaide 1885[-1892] Memorial 226/370

SMITH, George Warren Acting Secretary to the Pt Adelaide Permanent Land, Building and Investment Association 1885 Application 20789

SMITH, GW secretary Pt Adelaide Permanent Land Building and Investment Association Inc 1893 Memorial 32/418

SMITH, George Warren agent Pt Adelaide 1893 Application 22459

SMITH, GW agent Pt Adelaide 1894 Memorial 178/422

SMITH, George Warren licensed land broker Pt Adelaide 1896 Application 23217

SMITH, George Warren agent Pt Adelaide 1896[-1900] Memorial 180/427

SMITH, George Warren land agent Pt Adelaide 1896 Memorial 215/429

SMITH, George Warren shipping agent Pt Adelaide 1900[-1914] Memorial 9/441

SMITH, George Warren shipping agent Pt Adelaide 1915 Application 26416.

SMITH, George Warren agent Pt Adelaide 1921 Application 27007

No 2 - perhaps the Younger

SMITH, George Warren of 22 Waymouth St, Adelaide 1891 Application 21990

SMITH, George Warren solicitor Ocean Chambers, King William St, Adelaide 1910 Application 25771

SMITH, G Wearing medical practitioner 143 Wellington Square, North Adelaide 1929 Memorial 163/501

No 1

SMITH, Gideon stockholder Binnum Hundred of Binnum land grant 1870[-1878] Grant Book 29 Page 138 County MacDonnell

SMITH, Gideon sheep farmer Hynam 1875 Memorial 54/283

SMITH, Gideon sheep farmer Binnum 1878 Memorial 214/306

SMITH, Gideon stockholder Binnum 1881 Memorial 193/334

No 2

SMITH, Gideon and Thomas squatters Naracoorte Hundred of Jessie land grant 1876 Grant Book 50 Page 257 County Robe

No 1

SMITH, Grieve farmer Para Plains 1850 Memorial 81/27

SMITH, Grieve yeoman Clare 1854[-1857] Memorial 234/73

SMITH, Grieve farmer formerly of the Para Plains but now of Spring Side Farm near Clare 1855 Memorial 421/85

SMITH, Grieve farmer Hutt River and Clare 1857 Memorial 91/132

SMITH, Grieve yeoman Clare, died c1857 He left his estate to his brother, Henry Edward Smith school inspector Beaumont, to administer in trust Memorial 167/136

SMITH, Grieve yeoman Clare, died c1857. Husband of Mary Jane SMITH. His real estate to go into trust, and all the rents paid to his wife to maintain their children during their minority. When the children have all come of age, or the widow remarried, the trustees to pay her an income of £52 a year free of any interference from any future husband. The children to receive the rest of the income in equal shares. After her death, the children to receive the estate in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant Application 15905

SMITH, Guy Talbot grazier Woodside 1915 Application 26466

SMITH, HB law clerk Adelaide (Eagle Chambers) 1891 Memorial 229/428

SMITH, Harold Edmund of Farina 1890 Memorial 40/402

SMITH, Harold Law merchant Adelaide 1907 Memorial 47/458

SMITH, Harry eatinghouse keeper Parnaroo 1890 Memorial 52/402

SMITH, Harold Ryan licensed victualler Ford's Hotel Clare 1918[-1919] Memorial 171/476

SMITH, Henrietta of Dunesk Bequest. Deaths of Scottish trustees. Robert PAUL bank manager widower Erskine, died 16/7/1866, of general paralysis over 12 months, aged 78. His parents were William Paul Minister of West Church, Edinburgh, Scotland and Susan Paul nee Moncrieff. His grandson, Robert Paul present at the death. James Maitland HOGG landed proprietor married of Newliston, died 1/8/1858, of general paralysis of some years, aged 58. Parents Thomas Hog landed proprietor and Mary Hog nee STUART. His son, TA Hog was present at the death. Alexander Colquhoun Stirling Murray DUNLOP advocate Corsock House, Corsock Bridge, Parton, Scotland, died 1/9/1870, of hemiplegia-alphasia, of 18 months, aged 71. His wife was Eliza Esther Murray. His son, Alexander Murray Dunlop, present at the death Deposit 236/1873

No 1

SMITH, Henry wheelwright Thebarton 1839 Application 18136

SMITH, Henry wheelwright Thebarton 1846 Memorial 498/6

SMITH, Henry wheelwright Adelaide 1847 Memorial 491/8

No 2

SMITH, Henry baker Adelaide 1850[-1853] Memorial 99/20

No 3 - perhaps the same person; a long shot

SMITH, Henry farmer Athelstone 1862[-1867] Memorial 268/186

SMITH, Henry carpenter Athelstone and Mary Ann Smith his wife 1874 Application 13684

No 4

SMITH, Henry yeoman Brompton 1850 Memorial 133/27

SMITH, Henry fruiterer Port Road 1856 Memorial 279/106

SMITH, Henry fruiterer Hindmarsh 1856 Memorial 290/111

SMITH, Henry fruiterer Hindmarsh 1861 Application 2362

SMITH, Henry greengrocer Hindmarsh 1866 Memorial 165/214

No 5

SMITH, Henry labourer Queenstown 1857 Memorial 235/130

SMITH, Henry formerly labourer 1857 later miner Queenstown, died c1861 Application 5654

SMITH, Henry miner Queenstown, died c1861. He left real estate to his sons, Henry Jacob Smith and John Smith Memorial 252/181

No 6

SMITH, Henry wheelwright Kincraig 1861 Memorial 129/171

SMITH, Henry storekeeper Kincraig Naracoorte (Hundred of Naracoorte) township allotment land grant 1868 Grant Book 50 Page 309 County Robe

SMITH, Henry builder Naracoorte Naracoorte (Hundred of Naracoorte) township allotment land grant 1868 Grant Book 50 Page 305 County Robe

SMITH, Henry and AGAR, Thomas formerly wheelwrights 1861 but now contractors Kincraig 1870 Application 10632

SMITH, Henry contractor Naracoorte Hundred of Naracoorte land grant 1873 Grant Book 50 Page 102 County Robe

No 7

SMITH, Henry of Pt Adelaide purchased land in Bridgwater Le Fevre Peninsula 1862 Memorial 215/192

SMITH, Henry labourer Le Fevre Peninsula [Bridgwater] 1882 Application 19536

SMITH, Henry [formerly of Pt Adelaide but then] gentleman Mt Gambier linked with Henry John Smith railway porter Wolseley 1890 Application 21921

No 8

SMITH, Henry licensed victualler Traveller's Rest Stirling near Pt Augusta 1863 Memorial 175/192

No 9

SMITH, Henry farmer Stockport 1863 Memorial 84/192

SMITH, Henry farmer Stockport on the Gilbert Hundred of Light land grant 1864 Grant Book 44 Page 182 County Light

No 10

SMITH, Henry farmer Kings Belt near Sheaoak Log 1865 Application 5938

No 11

SMITH, Henry cooper Greenock 1865 Application 6055

SMITH, Henry cooper Greenock 1865[-1870] Memorial 182/202

SMITH, Henry cooper Mt Crawford 1868 Application 9431

SMITH, Henry of Fullarton 1891 Memorial 4/408

SMITH, Henry cooper Fullarton and Anne Smith his wife 1891 Memorial 90/410

No 12

SMITH, Henry merchant's clerk Pt MacDonnell 1869 Memorial 22/240

SMITH, Henry shipping clerk Pt MacDonnell 1877 Memorial 193/298

SMITH, Henry shipping agent Beachport 1880 Memorial 175/320

SMITH, Henry shipping manager Beachport Beachport (Hundred of Rivoli Bay) township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 31 Page 294 County Grey

SMITH, Henry clerk Beachport Hundred of Rivoli Bay land grant 1882 Grant Book 31 Page 256 County Grey

No 13

SMITH, Henry draper Adelaide (Rundle St) 1870 Memorial 188/248

SMITH, Henry formerly draper Adelaide (Rundle St) but now storekeeper Pt Wakefield 1879 Memorial 77/317

SMITH, Henry storekeeper Pt Wakefield 1876[-1881] Memorial 200/288

SMITH, Henry and MOORE, William storekeepers Pt Wakefield 1876 Application 14977

SMITH, Henry draper Pt Wakefield 1878 Application 16708

SMITH, Henry storekeeper formerly of Pt Wakefield but then of Norwood Hundred of Inkerman land grant 1884 Grant Book 27 Page 145 County Gawler

No 14

SMITH, Henry farmer formerly of Minlacowie but now of Goodwood 1878[-1880] Memorial 223/309

No 15

SMITH, Henry JP SM Narracoorte 1878 Memorial 186/309

No 16

SMITH, Henry labourer Hamilton on the Light 1879 Memorial 242/318

SMITH, Henry labourer Hamilton on the Light, died 17/10/1878 Kapunda intestate. Letters of administration to his widow, Eliza Smith of Kapunda by 1889, to settle his estate Memorial 235/395

No 17 - perhaps the same person

SMITH, H clerk Morphett Vale 1871 Memorial 37/256

SMITH, Henry farmer Morphett Vale 1886 Application 20951

SMITH, Henry farmer Morphett Vale 1886[-1908] Memorial 25/379

SMITH, Henry farmer Morphett Vale Cemetery trustee 1892 Enrolment 50/54

SMITH, Henry farmer Morphett Vale 1913 Memorial 141/469

SMITH, Henry sheep farmer Morphett Vale 1913 Application 26219

SMITH, Henry out of business 31 Hughes St, Mile End, died 12/8/1929. Husband of Elizabeth Smith. Uncle to Robert William Smith. Cousin to the late William HEAD - his children included Sarah Head, Ada HOARE and Elizabeth STEGGEMANN. Other nephews and nieces mentioned but not named. H Smith owned land near both Morphett Vale and Noarlunga Memorial 131/502

No 18

SMITH, Henry farmer Minlacowie Wool Bay township allotment land grant 1877 Grant Book 19 Page 212 County Fergusson

No 19

SMITH, Henry agent Norwood Pt Germein township allotment land grant 1879 Grant Book 24 Page 683 County Frome

SMITH, Henry of Wall St, Norwood 1882[-1888] Memorial 168/338

SMITH, Henry agent Wall St, Norwood linked with Thomas Smith farmer Telowie 1887 Memorial 184/382

No 20

SMITH, Henry farmer Yacka Yacka (Hundred of Yackamoorundie) township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 56 Page 106 County Stanley

No 21

SMITH, Henry of Mt Templeton Hundred of Stow land grant 1884 Grant Book 56 Page 447 County Stanley

No 22

SMITH, Henry warehouseman Kent Town about to leave the province for a time 1887 Memorial 65/382

No 23

SMITH, Henry farmer Riverton 1894 Memorial 155/422

No 1

SMITH, Henry Charles labourer Glanville 1875 Memorial 96/285

SMITH, Henry Charles stevedore Glanville 1900. Husband of Annie Smith Application 24120

SMITH, Henry Edward gentleman Adelaide, died 14/7/1860 congestion of the brain, aged 34. He was an Inspector of Schools Beaumont, when his brother, Grieve Smith yeoman Clare died c1857 Application 15905

No 1

SMITH, Henry George labourer formerly of Magill, but now of Adelaide 1847 Memorial 61/8

No 2

SMITH, Henry George and George GURNER merchants Adelaide (Waymouth St) trading under the style or firm of Smith and Gurner ironmongers, about to move to a rented stone building on pt TA 50 Hindley St with a back entrance to Blyth St. This property belonged to Edward PLAYFORD of Mitcham 1887 Memorial 156/387

SMITH, Henry George of Fulham 1888 Memorial 125/391

SMITH, Henry George merchant formerly of Waymouth St, but now of Hindley St, Adelaide 1890 Memorial 86/406

No 1

SMITH, Henry James Esquire of SA, perhaps already at Pt Lincoln 1839 Deposit 304/1860

SMITH, Henry James clerk to Matthew Smith attorney at law Adelaide (Gawler Place) 1842 Memorial 291/1

SMITH, Henry James Esquire Towalla near Pt Lincoln son of Matthew Smith Esquire Highgate 1857 Memorial 329/126

SMITH, Henry J stockholder Pt Lincoln 1858 Memorial 120/142

SMITH, Henry James sheepfarmer Pt Lincoln 1863 Memorial 317/187

SMITH, Henry James sheepfarmer Pt Lincoln was the only son of the late Matthew Smith formerly of Pt Lincoln but then deceased by 1864. HJ Smith was a first cousin to John Smith publican Ship Inn Pt Adelaide Application 5291

SMITH, Henry James stipendiary magistrate Pt Lincoln 1865[-1869] Memorial 29/204, Application 10628

SMITH, Henry James SM formerly of Pt Lincoln but now of Pt Augusta 1871 Memorial 152/306

SMITH, Henry James SM of Pt Augusta 1871[-1872] Memorial 52/269

SMITH, Henry James SM formerly of Pt Lincoln but now of Narracoorte 1876 Memorial 7/293

SMITH, Henry James SM of Narracoorte 1875[-1886] Memorial 44/316

SMITH, Henry J JP SM of Narracoorte 1876 Memorial 212/292

No 1

SMITH, Henry Martyn gentleman near Beaumont Co Adelaide. Hundred of Bundaleer land grant 1874 Grant Book 60 Page 70 County Victoria

SMITH, Henry Martyn farmer Gulnare. Georgetown (Hundred of Bundaleer) township allotment land grant 1873 Grant Book 60 Page 76 County Victoria

SMITH, Henry Martyn farmer Wirrabara trustee unnamed Public Cemetery Hundred of Appila land grant 1877[-1881] Grant Book 24 Page 493 County Frome

SMITH, Henry Martyn JP of Gulnare 1872 Memorial 127/262

SMITH, Henry Martyn gentleman Woodbourne Willabara 1876 Memorial 132/295

SMITH, Henry Tarver builder Norwood 1850 Memorial 299/22

SMITH, Hilda Grace married woman Mintaro 1913 Application 26236

No 1

SMITH, Hugh carpenter Norwood 1852[-1861] Memorial 33/42

SMITH, Hugh yeoman Randallsea 1860 Memorial 222/164

SMITH, Hugh police constable Stawell Vic owned land at Norwood 1872[-1874] Memorial 134/260, Application 13424

SMITH, Hugh blacksmith Yankalilla 1867 Application 8853

No 2

SMITH, Hugh hawker Adelaide 1869 Memorial 102/267

SMITH, Hugh labourer Adelaide 1876 Memorial 225/291

SMITH, Elizabeth Mary infant daughter of Hugh and Matilda Smith of Adelaide 1875 Application 14794

SMITH, Hugh dealer South Tce, Adelaide 1909 Application 25711

No 3

SMITH, Hugh farmer Mintaro Hundred of Hanson land grant 1869 Grant Book 56 Page 283 County Stanley

SMITH, Hurtle James blacksmith Echunga 1956 Application 29193

No 1 - perhaps the same person; perhaps the Elder and the Younger??

SMITH, Isaac brickmaker Glenelg 1854[-1856] Memorial 178/70

SMITH, Isaac brickmaker The Meadows 1863 Application 4409

SMITH, Isaac brickmaker Brighton 1878[-1883] Memorial 30/308

SMITH, Isaac brickmaker Brighton 1885 Application 20725

SMITH, J law clerk Gawler 1894 Memorial 215/423

No 1

SMITH, Jabez stockholder Murray Flats 1860 Memorial 126/172

SMITH, Jabez and Jesse stockholders Princess Royal Estate near Kooringa 1861 Memorial 127/172

SMITH, Jabez and Jesse cattleowners Princess Royal Estate near Kooringa 1861[-1862] Memorial 179/182

SMITH, Jack George Leslie packing shed manager Kingston upon Murray 1940 Application 28277

No 1

SMITH, Jacob Robert of Woodside 1881 Memorial 206/334

SMITH, Jacob Robert agent Woodside 1885[-1888] Memorial 174/364

No 1

SMITH, Jacob William master mariner Adelaide 1849 Memorial 39/17

SMITH, Jacob William gentleman Adelaide 1853[-1854] Hundred of Gilbert land grant Memorial 474/60

SMITH, Jacob William Esquire Woodville 1857 Memorial 53/121

SMITH, Jacob William merchant Pt Adelaide 1860[-1881] Memorial 93/171, Application 1713

SMITH, Jacob William gentleman formerly of Adelaide 1853 but now of Pt Adelaide 1876[-1878] Applications 15357, 16636

No 1

SMITH, James farmer Hurtle Vale 1842 Memorial 342/2

No 2

SMITH, James gentleman Adelaide (then or late in the employ of Messrs August COOKE & Co) 1843 Memorial 440/71

SMITH, James gentleman Adelaide, about to marry Augusta WEARING spinster Green Hill Creek, marriage settlement, to settle upon his wife in trust for life, Sections 2711, 2755, Wiltshire Special Survey, then for him in trust for life, then to their children in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant. Trustees James FREW merchant Fullarton, Robert FREW merchant Adelaide 19/11/1845 Enrolment 3/51

SMITH, James Esquire Angaston 1849[-1850] Memorials 64/14 & 358/22

SMITH, James accountant Adelaide 1851[-1854]. Executor for the will of WRS COOKE merchant Adelaide. Could he have been a relative of Mr Cooke? Enrolment 57/12

SMITH, James gentleman Walkerville 1854 Memorial 265/78

SMITH, James merchant Adelaide (Waymouth St) 1855[-1895] Memorial 260/92

SMITH, James Esquire of the firm of GILES & Smith of Adelaide 1857 Memorial 261/130, Application 2074

SMITH, James merchant Greenhills near Adelaide 1860 Memorial 109/182

SMITH, James merchant Beaumont 1869 Memorial 139/240

SMITH, James and Augusta Smith no description had an interest in the Pembroke Consols (Sections 406,413 and 414 near Truro) 1878 Memorial 249/311

SMITH, James merchant Adelaide 1880[-1895] Applications 18316, 21316, 23013

SMITH, James merchant Adelaide and Augusta Smith his wife linked with HA Smith out of business Adelaide and JA Smith branch bank manager Hindmarsh 1892 Memorial 15/414

SMITH, James, Clement GILES and Henry BOWEN merchants Adelaide (Waymouth St), trading under the style or firm of Giles & Smith 1895 Memorial 238/425

SMITH, James merchant Barton Tce East, North Adelaide, died 22/11/1900, of an intestinal obstruction, aged 80. By 1907, his widow, Augusta Smith, was apparently very sick herself, as she had a trained nurse, Evangeline HODGE, to witness some business papers Memorial 204/457 & Application 25368

No 3

SMITH, James farmer Cowandilla 1844[-1849] Memorial 358/3

SMITH, James of Cowandilla 1846 Memorial 73/7

SMITH, James labourer Cowandilla 1847[-1857] He sold land to Frederick SMITH groom Adelaide Memorial 220/8

No 4

SMITH, James formerly sawyer Pt Adelaide, but now schoolmaster Pt Phillip Vic 1846 Memorial 182/7, Application 19170

SMITH, James sawyer formerly of Pt Phillip Vic but now of Adelaide 1853 Memorial 143/61

No 5

SMITH, James gardener Fullarton 1852[-1853] Memorial 210/44

No 6

SMITH, James labourer Goodwood 1852[-1854] Memorial 498/44

SMITH, James formerly labourer Goodwood 1852 but now farmer Lower Mitcham 1867 Application 8218.

SMITH, James formerly labourer Goodwood 1854 but now farmer West Mitcham 1867. He could not write Application 8855

No 7 - likely to be the same person

SMITH, James tanner Kilkenny 1853 Memorial 412/47

SMITH, James farmer Kilkenny sold land to the company for the construction of the Adelaide City and Port railway' 1854 Memorial 486/75

SMITH, James carrier Port Road and Mary Smith his wife 1855 Memorial 219/93

SMITH, James carrier Port Road 1858 Memorial 115/132

No 7

SMITH, James publican Hilton 1850 Memorial 230/25

SMITH, James licensed victualler formerly of Hilton but now of Thebarton 1856 Memorial 283/105

No 8 - perhaps a continuation of No 7

SMITH, James licensed victualler Adelaide (Saracen's Head Carrington St), died 12/3/1883 intestate. Husband of Mary Smith Memorial 244/352

No 9

SMITH, James engineer Hindmarsh 1853 Memorial 203/69

SMITH, James formerly engineer Hindmarsh but now of Bendigo Vic 1856[-1862] Memorial 117/110, Application 3445

No 10

SMITH, James ploughman Yankalilla 1853 Memorial 440/75

SMITH, James farmer Yankalilla 1854[-1860] Memorial 188/76

SMITH, James farmer Yankalilla 1862 Memorial 341/186 Loyal Yankalilla Oddfellow Lodge trustee 1862 Memorial 341/186

SMITH, James formerly ploughman 1852 but now farmer Yankalilla 1864 Application 5209

SMITH, James farmer Yankalilla 1893 Application 22600

SMITH, James farmer Yankalilla, died 26/10/1905. Husband of Caroline Thurza Smith. Father of Samuel William Smith, James Neil Smith farmer Maitland, William Neil Smith of Farina, Mary Neil FOGGO wife of William Foggo farmer Dowlingville, and Margaret SOMERVILLE wife of James Somerville of Broken Hill NSW Memorial 164/454

SMITH, James farmer Yankalilla, died 1905. All his real estate not given to his children to go into trust to provide an income for his widow, Caroline Thurza Smith during her widowhood. Then the land to be sold and the funds divided equally amongst the children - William Neil Smith police constable Meningie, Mary Neil FOGGO wife of William Foggo farmer Dowlingville Yorke Peninsula, and Margaret SOMERVILLE wife of James Somerville labourer Broken Hill NSW 1909 Application 25694

No 11

SMITH, James storekeeper Yankalilla 1855 Memorial 356/84

No 12

SMITH, James farmer Gawler Plains 1854[-1855] Memorial 2/67

SMITH, James farmer Munno Para 1860 Memorial 35/163

No 13

SMITH, James farmer Myponga 1854 Memorial 259/65

No 14 - possibly the same person

SMITH, James farmer Section 74 Currency Creek 1854 Memorial 145/62

SMITH, James farmer Goolwa 1855 Memorial 163/106

No 14 - probably a mixture of the Elder and the Younger

SMITH, James farmer Mt Gambier 1855 Memorial 226/102

SMITH, James of Mt Gambier and Christina Smith his wife. Mother of Duncan STEWART gentleman Mt Gambier 1855 Memorial 45/95

SMITH, James farmer Mt Gambier 1859, died before 1865. He left his estate under various trusts for the benefit of his wife, Christina Smith and his unnamed children. His son, JGW Smith, to inherit a house called Bonney Memorial 210/203

SMITH, James farmer Mt Gambier, died 4/1/1860. Husband of Christina Smith. Father of James Gershom Smith farmer Mt Gambier, his eldest son Memorial 129/211

SMITH, James farmer Mt Gambier 1876 Memorial 237/295

SMITH, James farmer near Mt Gambier 1900 Application 24012

SMITH, Christina widow Mt Gambier relict of the late James Smith formerly farmer Mt Gambier but now deceased 1866[-1876] Memorial 129/211

STEWART, Christina most likely widow remarried to James SMITH of Mt Gambier. Thomas Pye Stephenson Smith District Ranger Beachport, Ebenezer Wardlaw Smith of Robe, Janet Jessie Menzies DAVIDSON wife of John Davidson farmer Penola, Lois Eunice Beaton wife of Peter John Beaton newspaper reporter Mt Gambier, and Catherine Cecilia Smith spinster Mt Gamber still alive in 1893, plus Duncan Stewart farmer Rendelsham, Mrs Smith's son from her first marriage. James Gershom Smith storekeeper Mt Gambier had died by 1893 Application 22564

No 15

SMITH, James waterman Lower Finniss 1856 Memorial 53/108

No 16

SMITH, James blacksmith Pt Elliot 1858 Memorial 202/133

No 17

SMITH, James storekeeper Hundred of Grace 1858 Memorial 238/138

No 18

SMITH, James farmer Brookside linked with John Smith farmer Yankalilla 1859 Memorial 100/164

No 20

SMITH, James farmer Lower Mitcham 1861[-1864] Memorial 192/178

No 21

SMITH, James farmer Allendale near Mt Gambier Hundred of MacDonnell land grant 1866 Grant Book 30 Page 279 County Grey

No 22

SMITH, James farmer and contractor Kingston S-E 1868 Memorial 147/234

SMITH, James farmer Kingston Rosetown (Hundred of Lacepede) township allotment land grant 1877 Grant Book 29 Page 219 County MacDonnell

No 23

SMITH, James farmer Echunga 1869 Memorial 11/240

No 24

SMITH, James accountant Adelaide 1871 Memorial 41/256

No 25 – perhaps the same person FIND

SMITH, James the Younger gentleman Wallaroo. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1872 Grant Book 14 Page 79 County Daly

SMITH, James farmer Mundoora. Hundred of Redhill land grant 1900 Grant Book 14 Page 379 County Daly

No 26

SMITH, James schoolmaster Navan 1873[-1877] Memorial 79/270

No 27

SMITH, James farmer Dry Creek 1875[-1876] Memorial 245/284

No 28

SMITH, James farmer New Glenelg 1874 Application 13905

SMITH, James farmer New Glenelg 1874 Application 13900

SMITH, James and Emma Smith married before they left England for SA. Children of the marriage - Frederick William Smith, Edward Smith, Stephen Smith, Henry Smith, James Smith, George Smith, Martha SHARP wife of William Sharp saddler Glen Osmond and Emily FLIGHT wife of Albert Enoch Flight carriage builder Mile End. By 1924, Frederick, Stephen, James and George Smith had died. Edward Smith lived in an unknown place in NSW. Henry John Smith was a packer on Brighton Road, New Glenelg. The two daughters also had still survived by that date and gave the family information. James Smith the Elder farmer New Glenelg, died 13/12/1897 intestate, of a malignant tumor, aged 69. His widow, Emma Smith, died 9/7/1922 Application 26777

SMITH, James farmer New Glenelg, died 13/12/1897 of a malignant tumor, aged 69. His widow, Emma Smith, continued to live there until her death c1913 or afterwards. Her will mentions family as Henry Smith, Edward Smith, James Smith, Emma FLIGHT, Martha SHARP, nephew Harry Smith and his wife, Florrie, and a Mrs Lydia Smith, widow of the late Fred Smith. Application 26777

No 29

SMITH, James merchant Pt Adelaide and Elizabeth Hooper Smith his wife 1877 Application 16012

No 30 - perhaps the same person

SMITH, James farmer Bordertown. Hundred of Tatiara land grant 1877[-1904] Grant Book 7 Page 6 County Buckingham

SMITH, James the Elder farmer Big Paddock Tatiara. Hundred of Tatiara land grant 1883 Grant Book 7 Page 12 County Buckingham

No 31 UNLIKELY FIND CHECK RUN MARGARET SHERIDAN

SMITH, James farmer Mannanarie trustee Cemetery Black Rock Plain Black Rock Plain land grant 1879 Grant Book 13 Page 105 County Dalhousie

SMITH, James farmer Belalie Co Victoria Hundred of Pinda land grant 1882 Grant Book 24 Page 590 County Frome

No 32

SMITH, James mason Saddleworth Co Light. Hundred of Mannanarie land grant 1880 Grant Book 13 Page 81 County Dalhousie

No 33

SMITH, James farmer Farrell Flat Co Stanley. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1881[-1882] Grant Book 13 Page 196 County Dalhousie

No 34

SMITH, James gardener Athelstone 1882 Application 19406

No 35

SMITH, James foreman to W SALTER & Son of Angaston 1884 Memorial 209/360

No 36

SMITH, James farmer Pt Elliot 1887 Application 21137

No 37

SMITH, James farmer Hundred of Pirie 1899 Memorial 178/439

No 38

SMITH, James agent Adelaide trustee for the estate of the late Philip SANTO [perhaps to be identified as James Viner Smith??] 1890[-1894] Memorial 210/422, Application 22722

No 39

SMITH, James blacksmith Echunga 1895 Application 22875

No 40

SMITH, James articled clerk Adelaide 1902 Memorial 31/447

SMITH, James articled law clerk to William POPE solicitor Eagle Chambers, Adelaide 1904 Application 24769

No 41

SMITH, James miner and Lawrence labourer both of Birkenhead Le Fevre Peninsula, and Elizabeth Smith wife of Lawrence Smith 1906 Memorial 166/455

No 42

SMITH, James builder Brompton 1908 Memorial 126/459

SMITH, James builder Brompton linked with Cornelius Michael Smith cabinetmaker North Adelaide and Eliza Marian Smith his wife 1910 Memorial 38/463

SMITH, James Albert sharebroker Adelaide (Currie St) 1898 Memorial 65/434

SMITH, James Bell formerly of Pt Willunga but now out of business Henley Beach, changed his name to James BELL-SMITH 1932 Memorial 140/505

No 2 – the Elder

SMITH, James Braid farmer Yankalilla 1854[-1858] Memorial 34/77

No 2 – the Younger

SMITH, James Braid of Kadina. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1881 Grant Book 14 Page 65 County Daly

No 1

SMITH, James Churchill cattle drover Dalhousie Springs Far North, but presently residing in Adelaide 1878 Memorial 143/327

SMITH, James Churchill stockowner Dalhousie Springs Far North 1884 Memorial 188/358

No 1

SMITH, James Fletcher carter Pt Elliot linked with Alice Jackson Smith widow Pt Elliot 1929 Memorial 164/501

SMITH, James Fletcher carter Pt Elliot 1933 Memorial 151/506

No 1

SMITH, James Gershom livery stable keeper Mt Gambier 1869 Memorial 64/237

SMITH, James Gershom coach proprietor Mt Gambier Rendelsham (Hundred of Rivoli Bay) township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 31 Page 320 County Grey

No 1

SMITH, James Greenslade farmer Hundred of Caroline Co Grey Hundred of Comaum land grant 1885 Grant Book 50 Page 79 County Robe

SMITH, James Greenslade farmer Horsham Vic son of the late Christopher Grantham Smith formerly farmer Mt Gambier now deceased 1888 Memorial 103/391

SMITH, James Greenslade farmer Greenland Dams Kalkee near Horsham Vic son of the late Christopher Gratham St farmer Mt Gambier now deceased 1891 Memorial 151/409

No 1

SMITH, James John yeoman Queenstown 1852[-1855] Memorial 451/45

SMITH, James John storekeeper Queenstown 1855[-1856] Memorial 403/88

SMITH, James John storekeeper Pt Adelaide 1854 Memorial 407/71

SMITH, James Lea farmer Noarlunga 1843 Memorial 264/3

SMITH, James Neil farmer Maitland son of James Smith farmer Yankalilla 1885 Memorial 62/370

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

SMITH, James Neilson farmer Smithfield 1860 Memorial 211/175

SMITH, James Neilson farmer Fords linked with John Smith the Younger farmer Smithfield 1869 Memorial 11/241

SMITH, James Neilson farmer Fords near Kapunda 1875[-1895] Memorial 156/282, Applications 22217 & 18685

SMITH, James Neilson JP farmer Fords Crossing, and Annie Smith his wife formerly Annie GREENSHIELDS widow of the late Alexander Harvey Greenshields formerly draper Kapunda now deceased 1901 Memorial 230/444

SMITH, James Neilson the Elder farmer Fords, died 13/5/1925. Father of James Neilson Smith the Younger, Melville Gordon Smith, Howard Briden Smith, William Davidson Sanderson Smith, Ruby Isabella WEAVER, and Annie Jane LEWIS Memorial 13/494

SMITH, James Neilson the Elder farmer Fords, died 13/5/1925. Father of Howard Briden Smith and William Davidson Smith farmers Arrino WA; James Neilson Smith the Younger farmer Jabuk Memorials 37 & 38/494

No 1

SMITH, James Nicholson draper Adelaide 1861 Application 2167.

SMITH, James Nicholson draper Mitcham 1855[-1884] Memorial 46/89, Application 15571

SMITH, James Nicholson gentleman Mitcham and Mary Jane Smith his wife 1893 Memorial 240/417

No 2 - likely to be the business address of No 1

SMITH, James Nicholson draper Adelaide 1857 Memorial 218/229

SMITH, James Stuart farmer Boggy Flat. Trustee unnamed Church and School Co Young 1900 Grant Book 65 Page 289 County Young

No 1
SMITH, James agent Adelaide trustee for the estate of the late Philip SANTO [perhaps to be identified as James Viner Smith??] 1890[-1894] Memorial 210/422, Application 22722

SMITH, James Viner formerly accountant but now land and estate agent Adelaide 1894 Application 22715

SMITH, James Viner land and estate agent Adelaide (Franklin St) 1900[-1908] Memorial 48/441, Application 25684

SMITH, James Viner died 11/5/1914 Unley Park. Executors; Cuthbert Viner Smith accountant Adelaide and Arthur Benjamin LLOYD minister of the gospel formerly of Pt Wakefield but now of St Peters Memorial 198/476

SMITH, Hannah widow Unley Park relict of the late James Viner Smith land and estate agent formerly of Burwood Fullarton but then of Unley Park. Family; Ida Gwendoline LLOYD wife of the Rev'd Arthur Benjamin Lloyd of Pt Pirie, Blanche Marguerite Smith, Cutherbert Viner Smith formerly warehouseman Fullarton but now accountant Rose Park and Alice Irene Smith 1923 Memorial 50/488

No 1

SMITH, James William yeoman Bowden 1854[-1856] Memorial 69/70

No 2

SMITH, James William carpenter Pt Augusta 1874 Memorial 92/276

No 1

SMITH, James Wing baker Bowden 1850[-1859] Memorial 399/22, Application 187 Baker Brompton 1851 Memorial 293/28 Hundred of Goolwa land grant 1854 Memorial 281/64

SMITH, James Wing yeoman Bowden 1852 Memorial 246/42

SMITH, Jane Sarah spinster Palmer Place, North Adelaide 1897 Application 23501

No 1

SMITH, Jeanie Haldane spinster formerly of Brighton but now of London, Middlesex, England 1873[-1878] Memorial 7/268

DAKIN, Jeanie Haldane, formerly JH SMITH spinster Brighton SA, now wife of Henry DAKIN, draper and silk mercer, formerly of Brunswick Parade, Anerley Road, Upper Norwood, but now of 56 Anerley Park, Anerley, Surrey, England. Transfer her power of executor for the will of Daniel KIRK gentleman Adelaide, who died 16/4/1869, to Frederick William BULLOCK land agent Adelaide. The other executors, Samuel Reginald HALL died 10/1/1872 and John BULLOCK died 8/3/1879, had died Deposit 22/1887

No 1

SMITH, Jeremiah William cabinetmaker Adelaide (Pt TA 46 King William St) 1847[-1849]. He assigned the lease in 1849 to Christian Philipp EYMER perfumer Adelaide (King William St) for £76/10/-. [Perhaps JW Smith removed his cabinetmaking business to Freeman St?] Memorials 203/10, 321/17

SMITH, Jeremiah William cabinetmaker Adelaide leased Pt TA 143 between Freeman St and Featherstone Place from Michael Featherstone of Brighton for 21 years at £20 a quarter. Smith erected an inn called The Young Queen Inn 'with stable, outhouses and buildings' facing Freeman St (probably with money raised by mortgage of the building site to Thomas NEILL accountant Adelaide for £200], which he sub-leased to William KIRBY 1849[-1850]. Memorials 322/15, 28/17, 442/19

SMITH, Jesse licensed victualler Sevenhill took a 7-year lease of the Devonshire Hotel at Mintaro at £3 per week from John Smith the Elder farmer and millowner Mintaro 1868 Memorial 228/235

No 1

SMITH, John labourer Plympton Hamlets 1841 Application 9062

SMITH, John labourer formerly of Plympton Hamlets but now of Coromandel Valley 1846 Memorial 240/227, Application 9062

No 2

SMITH, John labourer Adelaide 1838 Application 10159

SMITH, John formerly labourer but now carpenter Adelaide, and Sarah Smith his wife 1848 Memorial 431/28

SMITH, John carpenter Adelaide (Rundle St) 1848[-1850] Memorial 262/13

SMITH, John carpenter Rundle St, Adelaide 1850 Memorial 322/27

SMITH, John formerly labourer 1838 but now carpenter Adelaide 1869 Application 10160

No 3 -perhaps a continuation of No 2

SMITH, John carpenter Adelaide (Angas St) 1849 Memorial 224/17

SMITH, John formerly carpenter Adelaide (Angas St) 1849 but now gentleman Kensington Tce, Norwood 1877 Application 16465

No 4

SMITH, John baker Adeladie 1840 Application 15437

No 5

SMITH, John licensed victualler Dry Creek Inn Dry Creek 1846 [He apparently closed the premises permanently late that year] Memorial 286/6

SMITH, John farmer Dry Creek 1847[-1849] Memorial 416/10

No 6 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger; likely to be a continuation of No 5

SMITH, John farmer & licensed victualler Smith Creek Gawler Plains 1850[-1853] Memorial 481/24

SMITH, John farmer Gawler Plains 1851 Memorial 319/36

SMITH, John publican Gawler Plains 1851 Memorial 37/41

SMITH, John licensed victualler Smithfield 1857 Memorial 222/131

SMITH, John gentleman Smithfield purchased the Gawler Belt Inn for £1,350 from the mortgaged deceased estate of Hermann GROTEGUT 1868 Memorial 216/232

SMITH, John Esquire Smithfield owned the Globe Inn at Gawler 1869 Memorial 134/240

SMITH, John the Elder Esquire Smithfield, died 11/11/1877. Very complicated will with trusts to benefit his widow, Ann Smith, and his children - Anne Jane Smith, John Smith the Younger, Margaret Roberts wife of Richard Roberts farmer Blyth Plains, William Smith and Andrew Smith. Assets included the Smith Creek Hotel, Globe Hotel at Gawler, the Gawler Belt Inn, allotments in Smithfield township and many sections of land in the Hundred of Munno Para. Executors-Ann Smith widow, James Nielson Smith and Richard Roberts Memorial 111/307

SMITH, John the Elder Esquire Smithfield, died 11/11/1877. By 1881, his family was disposed thus: his widow Ann Smith was at Smithfield; children - James Nielson Smith farmer Fords; John Smith the Younger farmer Yakandanda Clare; Alexander Smith farmer Blyth Plains; Andrew Valance Smith farmer Willow Ponds near Gladstone; William Smith farmer Smithfield; Anne Jane Smith spinster Smithfield; Margaret ROBERTS wife of Richard Roberts farmer Blyth Plains; Marian BLAKE wife of Walter Blake machinist Balaklava; Memorial 111/337

SMITH, John Esquire Smithfield, died 11/11/1877. His widow Ann Smith inherited his personal estate and some of his real estate absolutely and the rest of his real estate for life. Their daughter, Margaret ROBERTS wife of Richard Roberts farmer Kybunga near Blyth, to enjoy certain property for life, then to her children in equal shares in remainder expectant. Amongst the properties for her life interest included the Gawler Belt Inn on pt Section 916 Hundred of Nuriootpa. If Mrs Roberts left no heirs, then she had the right to nominate how the estate would be left. Other daughters with similar arrangements included Marian Smith, and Anne Jane Smith (She got the Union Hotel, Gawler, for life, then to be sold ad the money divided equally amongst her children). Sons of the marriage by 1899 included James Nielson Smith farmer Fords and John Smith farmer Rochester Application 23823

SMITH, Ann widow of John Smith gentleman Smithfield, had a life interest in his real estate, then to their son, William Smith farmer Smithfield 1886 Application 20952

SMITH, Ann widow Smithfield 1887 Application 21201

SMITH, Ann widow Smithfield relict of the late John Smith formerly Esquire Smithfield but now deceased mother of James Nielson Smith farmer Fords and Margaret ROBERTS wife of Richard Roberts farmer Blyth Plains 1892 Memorial 135/412

SMITH, Ann widow of John Smith the Elder farmer Smithfield, died 18/11/1890. Sons John Smith the Younger farmer Yackandanda Vic, Alexander Smith farmer Broken Hill and William Smith farmer Smithfield received various cash and shares bequests. Her daughter, Marion BLAKE wife of Walter Blake machinist Smithfield, got the Smith Creek Hotel absolutely. The Criterion Hotel at Bassett Town to be sold and the proceeds divided equally amongst her grandchildren. Amongst the Sections of land which her daughter, Mrs Roberts, inherited was Section 251 Hundred of Dalkey. By error, Mrs Smith gave an acre of this section (the south-eastern corner) to the Education Department to build the Wakefield school, instead of land from another section, on 18/7/1888. The school was never built here, but on another site which Mrs Roberts also gave. Mrs Roberts could get the land back, provided she paid the transfer fees. William Henry HANCOCK farmer Woods bought the property on 19/7/1907 for £2,080/17/6 by a direct transfer from the Education Department 1907 Application 25341

SMITH, John brickmaker Hindmarsh 1847[-1851] Memorial 112/8

SMITH, John plasterer Hindmarsh 1853[-1855] Memorial 118/48

No 7

SMITH, John surgeon Blakiston 1849 Memorial 32/19

SMITH, John doctor Littlehampton at present residing in Vic 1852[-1853] Memorial 134/41 Surgeon formerly of Littlehampton 1853 Memorial 498/47

No 8

SMITH, John sawyer Payneham 1850[-1851] Memorial 1/20

No 9

SMITH, John shoemaker Stepney 1851 Memorial 438/29

SMITH, John and William shoemakers Stepney 1856 Memorial 135/95

No 10 - perhaps a mixture of the Elder and the Younger

SMITH, John stockholder Wildoto Co Burra linked with Aaron Smith butcher Kooringa 1852 Memorial 5/48

SMITH, John stockholder Noora Marie Burra Creek 1854 Memorial 131/231

SMITH, John sheep farmer The Princess Royal Kooringa. [He had considerable dealings with Mintaro real estate] 1857[-1858] Memorial 346/118

SMITH, John stockholder Mintaro 1860[-1861] Memorial 132/231

SMITH, John licensed victualler Mintaro 1862 Memorial 183/187

SMITH, John farmer Mintaro linked with Thomas Smith butcher Mintaro 1865 Memorial 118/207

SMITH, John the Elder land owner Mintaro 1869 Application 10134

SMITH, John farmer Mintaro 1873 Memorial 90/267

SMITH, John died 4/5/1876. Husband of Mary Smith. Father of Aaron Moses Smith, Sarah Jabus Smith, Jessie Smith and David John Smith LTO Search 794

SMITH, Mary widow Mintaro 1880 Application 18362

No 11

SMITH, John publican Pt Adelaide 1853[-1866] Memorial 441/47

SMITH, John [apparently the Elder] of the Ship Inn Pt Adelaide 6/7/1864 declared that he was a first cousin to William Smith and Matthew Smith of Pt Lincoln. John Smith claimed that he had the will of William Smith, witnessed by only a Thomas KING of Tower Shadwell (in England??) in 1831. William Smith left all his property to John Smith and his brothers, one of whom, Thomas Smith, still lived in England. Matthew Smith [apparently the Younger] claimed that the will was mere waste paper. Matthew Smith’s [the Younger] only son by his first wife, Henry James Smith gentleman Pt Lincoln, supplied dates of birth and death - William Smith born 23/9/1793 died 30/3/1848 Pt Lincoln; Matthew Smith [apparently the Elder] born 19/8/1795 died 18/11/1858; John Smith [apparently the Elder the informant] born 11/12/1796. Confused data. Application 5291

SMITH, John the Younger licensed victualler Ship Inn Pt Adelaide about to marry Eliza JOHNSTON spinster Adelaide. Already father of Mary Elizabeth Margaret Smith, Annie Smith and John Smith the Third 1879. Apparently, Annie Smith had married John ROWLANDS accountant Parkes NSW by 1906 Memorials 187/315, 250/455

SMITH, John the Younger licensed victualler Ship Inn Pt Adelaide, died 3/1/1884 Memorial 143/357

SMITH, Eliza widow Pt Adelaide owned the Ship Inn at Pt Adelaide 1884[-1899] Memorial 143/357 She lived in North Adelaide by 1904 Memorial 65/416

No 12

SMITH, John shoemaker Gawler 1853[-1860] Memorial 372/48

No 13

SMITH, John sawyer Norwood 1853 Memorial 428/51

No 14

SMITH, John gardener Walkerville 1853 Memorial 177/51

No 15

SMITH, John blacksmith Adelaide 1854 Memorial 329/73

SMITH, John blacksmith Melrose 1854[-1860] Memorial 414/73

SMITH, John blacksmith Mt Remarkable 1861 Memorial 122/176

SMITH, John blacksmith formerly of Melrose 1854 but now of Yadlamalka Western Plains Far North 1863 Application 3900

No 16

SMITH, John miller formerly of Perth WA but now of Nairne. He went into partnership with William WEDD for erecting a flourmill in Mt Barker but the firm went bankrupt 1855 Memorial 221/91, Application 6901

SMITH, John miller formerly of Perth WA but then of Nairne, became the half owner and miller for the new Mt Barker Steam Flour Mill 1855 Memorial 222/91, Application 6901

SMITH, John flourmiller Mt Barker. Trustee Congregational Chapel Mt Barker 1857 Memorial 128/120

SMITH, John flourmiller Mt Barker 1859 Application 14155

SMITH, John farmer Perth WA, died 29/1/1884, of dysentery, aged 55 Application 20190

No 17

SMITH, John yeoman Oakbank 1855 Memorial 303/94

SMITH, John yeoman Oakbank, died 5/11/1873 intestate. His widow, Mary Smith, died 25/3/1881. Letters of administration to Jabez Smith hostler and yeoman Mt Pleasant, one of their children. Estate worth £60. Another child apparently Sarah Ann Smith spinster Oakbank who married James HARRIS turnkey at the Stockade (Father: John Harris) on 2/12/1863 private residence of the Rev’d John GARDNER corner of North & East Tce, Adelaide. Witnesses J MCLACHLAN gentleman Norwood and Mary Smith of Oakbank. The John Smiths arrived in Oakbank c1855 Application 19774

No 18

SMITH, John storekeeper Queenstown 1855 Memorial 258/85

No 19

SMITH, John farmer Woodville 1855 Memorial 357/90

No 20

SMITH, John butcher Yankalilla. Bible Christian Chapel Yankalilla foundation trustee 1856 Memorial 130/120

SMITH, John poundkeeper Yankalilla, died 17/5/1871, of paralysis, aged 71 Application 18343

No 21

SMITH, John farmer Enfield 1859 Memorial 241/160

SMITH, John farmer formerly of Enfield 1859 but now of Coleraine Vic 1863. He could not write Application 3779

No 22

SMITH, John settler Sheaoak Range Co Grey 1859 Memorial 279/152

SMITH, John settler formerly of Sheaoak Range Co Grey but now of Penola 1859 Memorial 233/158

No 23

SMITH, John labourer Queen's Court, off Currie St, Adelaide, died 16/2/1869. Estate worth £170. Husband of Catherine Smith, who still lived at this address in 1907. The children in 1907 included; Michael John Smith painter Adelaide (Philip St), John Joseph Smith plumber Adelaide (King William St), Martha Smith spinster, Francis Smith labourer (both of Queen's Court) and Mary Ann Smith spinster Adelaide (Rundle St) Memorials 148 & 149/457

No 24

SMITH, John, Richard the Elder and Richard the Younger farmers Dry Creek 1857 Memorial 224/113

SMITH, John [formerly farmer Dry Creek but then] carpenter Golden Grove, died 1/6/1876 intestate and a bachelor. His parents had died, but he had 3 brothers and 2 sisters - Richard Smith, Charles Smith, Francis Scafield Smith, Sara ROBERTS wife of William Roberts and Ruth HALL a widow. Letters of administration to his brother, Richard Smith farmer Golden Grove, to settle the estate. Alfred Westerman Smith and Richard Caspar Smith farmers Golden Grove 1914 were sons of Richard Smith. It appears that a Richard Smith farmer Upper Dry Creek, who died 1867, was the ancestor of this family Application 26310

No 25

SMITH, John full age bachelor married Ellen DUNNE full age spinster on 26/4 /1856 Adelaide. Minister: John E PALLHUTER. The Smiths kept cows on vacant allotments in Semaphore. John Smith dairy farmer [and carter] Weymouth near Semaphore, died 27/8/1883, of malignant ulceration of the back, aged 65. He went to live in Weymouth in 1861. John Smith was a Swede and was sometimes described as John SCHMIDT. Ellen Smith died c1873. The Smiths had two daughters. Daughter 1 Helena Margaret Smith born 22/2/1857. Margaret Smith 18 Pt Adelaide (Father: John Smith) married Robert Fitzallen LONG 21 clerk Pt Adelaide [later licensed victualler Adelaide] (Father: John J Long) on 12/9/1874 Pt Adelaide Roman Catholic presbytery. Miniser: Michae O'CONNOR. Witnesses: John Smith labourer Pt Adelaide (he could not write) and MA ANDERSON spinster Pt Adelaide. Mrs Long died 5/12/1891. Daughter 2 Annie Maria Smith born 24/2/1865 Le Fevre Peninsula. She married Thomas Rumming SMITH 19 cabinetmaker Collingwood [Born Adelaide son of Thomas Stevens Smith labourer and Jane TOTNES?] on 14/11/1882 Fitzroy registry office 146 Gore St, Fitzroy Vic. By 1904, Thomas Rumming Smith was a carriage builder of Williamstown Vic. Elizabeth JARROLD widow Exeter was a sister of Mrs Ellen SMITH. Mrs Jarrold came to live at Exeter in 1864 Application 24769

SMITH, John labourer Pt Adelaide and Ellen Smith his wife 1861 Memorial 348/189

SMITH, John labourer Le Fevre Peninsula and Eleanor Smith his wife 1863 Memorial 6/189

SMITH, John milkman Le Fevre Peninsula. His wife, Eleanor Smith, died 30/10/1873 intestate. Her estate worth £100 Application 15975

SMITH, John dairyman and labourer Weymouth, Le Fevre Peninsula 1877 Applications 15681,15835

SMITH, John (formerly known as Johann SCHMIDT) formerly mariner Pt Adelaide 1856 but now milkman Le Fevre Peninsula 1878. He could not write Application 16891

SMITH, John out of business Weymouth township Le Fevre Peninsula, died 1883. Executor; George FREER butcher Semaphore Memorial 100/354

No 26

SMITH, John farmer Woodside 1860 Application 1596

No 27

SMITH, John the Younger clerk to the Australian Trust Company Adelaide (50 King William St) 1866 Memorial 67/213

No 28

SMITH, John labourer Bowden 1864 Application 5568

No 29

SMITH, John labourer Kensington 1866[-1883] Memorial 147/216

SMITH, John labourer Kensington linked with Mary Smith spinster Kensington 1867 Memorial 225/227, Application 20005

No 30

SMITH, John farmer Tothill Creek 1867 Memorial 203/222

No 31

SMITH, John the Younger farmer Bungaree Plains Hundred of Yackamoorundie land grant 1869 Grant Book 56 Page 86 County Stanley

No 32

SMITH, John farmer near Springton Hundred of Finniss land grant 1869 Grant Book 58 Page 34 County Sturt

No 33

SMITH, John overseer Naracoorte Hundred of Jessie land grant 1873 Grant Book 50 Page 275 County Robe

No 34 - perhaps the same person; a long shot.

SMITH, John shipwright Portland Estate 1874[-1875] Memorial 78/271, Application 18432

SMITH, John contractor Portland Ward 1888 Application 21324

No 35

SMITH, John storekeeper Hindmarsh 1871[-1886] Memorial 47/258

SMITH, John hawker Bowden, died 2/12/1888. He left his whole estate in trust to his wife, Susan Mary Smith, for life, then one each of three houses absolutely in remainder expectant to his son William Smith and his stepsons Henry COLWELL and John Colwell. Trustee: Henry HUNWICK storekeeper Hindmarsh. Susan Mary Smith widow of the late John Smith greengrocer Brompton Park, died 13/4/1904, of locomotor ataxia and senility, aged 79 Application 24785

No 36

SMITH, John farmer Inman Valley 1876[-1888] Memorial 198/289

SMITH, John farmer Inman Valley linked with Samuel George Smith Esquire of 1 Lombard St, London 1887 Memorial 229/383

No 37

SMITH, John farmer Morphett Vale Co Adelaide. Hundred of Napperby land grant 1882 Grant Book 60 Page 390 County Victoria

SMITH, John the Elder farmer Napperby, died 15/3/1881 Warnertown. Husband of Sarah Jane Smith. Executors: William Smith farmer Stockport and William Clement HAWKINS farmer Napperby. In 1899, the children listed - William Smith farmer Napperby, Charles Henley Smith farmer Warnertown, Sidney George Smith farmer Warnertown, John Smith the Younger farmer Warnertown. Charles William Smith farmer Stockport, and Henry Smith farmer Morphett Vale associaed with this family. John Smith's widow still lived in Warnertown. John Smith the Elder owned Section 583 Hundred of Noarlunga Memorials 142-144/437

SMITH, John the Elder farmer near Warnertown, died 15/3/1881. He left his estate in trust for his wife, Sarah Jane Smith, for life or during her widowhood, then to his children, Charles Henry Smith, Sydney George Smith and John Smith the Younger, in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant. Estate worth £250. Trustees: William Clement HAWKINS farmer Napperby and Charles William Smith farmer Stockport. John Smith the Elder was the son of Charles Smith farmer Morphett Vale, who died 25/6/1872. He left his estate, also in trust, to his wife, Sophie Smith, for life or during her widowhood, then to his sons, William, Charles, Joseph, John, Alfred, Henry, and Edward Smith, as the will directed absolutely in remainder expectant. This estate worth £179 Application 26358

SMITH, John farmer Warnertown, had died by 1905. Surviving executors – Sarah Smith widow Warnertown and William Smith farmer Warnertown Grant Book 60 Page 398 County Victoria

No 38

SMITH, John tailor Adelaide 1882 Memorial 71/341

No 39

SMITH, John farmer Hamilton 1883 Application 19558

SMITH, John of Hamilton on the Light 1899 Memorial 94/437

SMITH, John farmer Hamilton on the Light 1901 Memorial 131/442

SMITH, John farmer Hamilton 1901 Application 24133

No 40

SMITH, John farmer near Rochester Hundred of Blyth land grant 1889 Grant Book 56 Page 366 County Stanley

No 41

SMITH, John licensed victualler Burra Hotel Kooringa 1892 Memorial 198/413

No 42

SMITH, John clerk Mt Gambier 1892 Memorial 115/414

No 43

SMITH, John farmer Palmer trustee unnamed School Hundred of Palmer Hundred of Palmer land grant 1894 Grant Book 49 Page 176 County Newcastle

No 44

SMITH, John labourer Mitcham 1906 Memorial 104/456

SMITH, John pensioner 32 Maitland St, Mitcham, died 6/3/1948. He left his personal estate absolutely, and his real estate for life, to his wife, Julia Smith, then to his son, Carl Sidney Vanguard Smith formerly storeman late plastering contractor now contract plasterer 34 Maitland St, Mitcham, absolutely provided he pay £100 each to his brother, William Frederick Carlton Smith auctioneer Barnes Rd, Payneham, and his sisters Evelyn Alberta MUNDY and Edna May EVICKSON Application 29643.

No 45

SMITH, John out of business Woodville, died 28/8/1923. Executor: Walter MORTESS clerk Woodville. Bequests to John WALKER of Guilup Lake Osborne Park, James WALKER of 6 West Tce, Thebarton, the testator’s niece Mary Emily BLAZEY married woman 1 Margaret St, Brynoch, near Neath, South Glamorganshire, Scotland, his niece Annie BACK of 34 Bulmershe Road Reading, Berks, England, and also Louisa Mortess married woman Woodville. Estate worth £4,200 1924 Application 27294

No 46 - perhaps the same person

SMITH, John farmer Smithfield 1927 Application 27591

SMITH, John farmer formerly of Smithfield but now of Culburra 1948 Memorial 2/523

No 1

SMITH, John Charles cab proprietor Adelaide (Grote St) and Martha Smith his wife 1888 Memorial 95/394

No 2

SMITH, John Charles labourer Kingston S-E and Mary Ann Smith his wife 1935[-1936] Memorial 2/509, Application 28031

SMITH, John Denison farmer near Narracoorte 1891[-1900] Memorial 29/409

SMITH, John Edward farmer Strathalbyn 1855 Memorial 9/87

SMITH, John George stonemason Redruth 1857 Memorial 20/124

SMITH, John Hamblin storeman Adelaide (King William St) 1858 Memorial 274/132

No 1

SMITH, John Hamilton of Maitland 1885 Memorial 160/368

SMITH, John Hamilton farmer formerly of Yankalilla but now of Maitland 1889 Memorial 19/400

SMITH, John Hamilton farmer Maitland Hundred of Maitland land grant 1891 Grant Book 19 Page 108 County Fergusson

No 1

SMITH, John Henry wheelwright Lacepede Bay and Nelson Smith blacksmith Lacepede Bay 1860 Memorial 68/181

SMITH, John Henry blacksmith Kingston 1871 Application 11715

No 2

SMITH, John Henry mail driver Kooringa 1901 Memorial 176/442

SMITH, John Henry formerly mail driver but now retired Kooringa 1940 Memorial 144/514

SMITH, John James farmer Hundred of Nackara linked with Catherine Smith spinster Hundred of Nackara 1887 Memorial 195/386

SMITH, John King dealer Adelaide Co Adelaide. Edeowie (Hundred of Edeowie) township allotment land grant 1863 Grant Book 66 Page 116 County Taunton

No 1

SMITH, John Luckhurst accountant Penwortham 1867 Memorial 197/220

SMITH, John Luckhurst auctioneer and town clerk Clare 1896[-1901] Memorials 52 & 96/429

SMITH, John Luckhurst Town Clerk Clare 1916 Application 26552

SMITH, John Matthew solicitor Moorabbin Vic 1887[-1888] Memorial 14/386

SMITH, John Richard farmer Peachey Belt 1863 Application 4730

SMITH, John Richmond overseer Hynam Hundred of Binnum land grant 1882 Grant Book 29 Page 147 County MacDonnell

SMITH, John Robert survey teamster North Norwood , and Alice Ann Smith his wife 1920 Application 26860

No 1

SMITH, John Ross carpenter Adelaide 1850 Memorial 472/19 Timber merchant Kensington 1850. He was one of the trustees for the marriage settlement between John DALTON accountant Adelaide and Emma BLAKELEY spinster Adelaide Memorial 11/23

No 2

SMITH, John Ross foreman docker Adelaide (28 Whitmore Square) and Philippa June Smith his wife 1957 Memorial 19/532

SMITH, John Ross foreman docker and Philippa June Smith his wife formerly of 28 Whitmore Square, Adelaide but now of Hope Valley 1957 Application 29276

SMITH, J Villineuve clerk to WV Smith solicitor Adelaide (Selborne Chambers, Pirie St) 1884 Memorial 72/362

SMITH, John Will probably of Kooringa SA Supreme Court Case 17/1876 Aaron John Smith, Aarah Smith, Thomas Smith, Jessie Smith, Elizabeth Smith, Rosabell Smith, Sarah Jane BATH nee Smith, John Smith, Thirza Smith and Elizabeth Jessie Smith infants under the age of 21 years by Thomas Bath their next friend versus Thompson Priest Jabez Smith, David John Smith and Mary Smith Application 19650

SMITH, John William farmer Quorn 1900 Memorial 205/440

SMITH, Jonathan yeoman Murray River 1858 Memorial 269/142

No 1

SMITH, Joseph [seafaring man then publican 1839] Adelaide formerly of Morland, Westmoreland, England married Mary FENNELL spinster Adelaide late of Rathkeal, Co Limerick, Ireland on 8/1/1839 Holy Trinity Adelaide. Witnesses William and Mary WILSON. Their eldest son and heir at law, William Smith, born 22/8/1839 Currie St, Adelaide (J Smith still a seafaring man). Joseph Smith publican South Road, died 24/5/1868 intestate, disease of the heart, aged 62. His eldest son William Smith inherited his estate as heir at law. Edwin BAYFIELD publican Gilles Plains said that he had known the Smith family well 1878 Application 17166

No 2

SMITH, Joseph labourer Goodwood 1850 Memorial 136/25

No 3

SMITH, Joseph labourer Hindmarsh 1852[-1855] Memorial 329/40

No 4

SMITH, Joseph farmer Currency Creek 1854 Memorial 52/70

No 5 - perhaps a continuation of No 4

SMITH, Joseph yeoman Strathalbyn 1854 Memorial 434/72

SMITH, Joseph yeoman New Hamburgh near Strathalbyn 1866 Memorial 249/212

No 6

SMITH, Joseph farmer Adelaide 1855 Memorial 387/80

No 7

SMITH, Joseph carpenter Hahndorf 1856[-1858] Memorial 297/112

SMITH, Joseph carpenter Hahndorf, had become a bankrupt by 1868 and was sold up Application 9446

No 8

SMITH, Joseph farmer Mt Barker. Land purchase near Mt Gambier 1856 Memorial 369/99

SMITH, Joseph farmer Mt Barker left for Mt Gambier in 1856 Application 24811

SMITH, Joseph farmer Mt Gambier 1859[-1904] Application 827

No 9

SMITH, Joseph farmer Edwardstown. Trustee Wesleyan Methodist Chapel Edwardstown 1858 Memorial 220/138

No 10

SMITH, Joseph labourer Happy Valley 1858 Memorial 334/147

No 11

SMITH, Joseph butcher Morphett Vale 1861 Application 2536

SMITH, Joseph butcher Morphett Vale 1865 Memorial 219/201

SMITH, Joseph formerly butcher Morphett Vale but then farmer Stockport 1912 Application 26140

SMITH, Joseph the Elder farmer Stockport 1916, declared that he had lived in the area for the last 50 years Application 26479

No 12

SMITH, Joseph limeburner Brompton and Jane Smith his wife 1876 Application 14812

No 13

SMITH, Joseph carpenter Yongala and Mary Smith his wife 1879 Book 13 Page 297 County Dalhousie

SMITH, Joseph carpenter Yongala and Mary Smith his wife Beachport (Hundred of Rivoli Bay) township allotment land grant 1879 Grant Book 31 Page 290 County Grey

SMITH, Joseph farmer Yongala. Hundred of Mannanarie land grant 1912 Grant Book 13 Page 86 County Dalhousie

No 14

SMITH, Joseph carpenter Unley Co Adelaide. Mobilong (later Murray Bridge Hundred of Mobilong) township allotment land grant 1884 Grant Book 58 Page 217 County Sturt

No 15

SMITH, Joseph farmer Cygnet River Kangaroo Island. Hundred of Menzies land grant 1885 Grant Book 11 Page 60 County Carnarvon

No 16

SMITH, Joseph farmer Curramulka 1888 Memorial 200/389

No 17

SMITH, Joseph of Black Rock Plain 1889 Memorial 116/398

No 18

SMITH, Joseph labourer Thebarton, died 5/8/1871. Husband of Elizabeth Smith. Father of Robert and William Smith labourers Thebarton. By 1892, Robert Smith had been committed to the Parkside Lunatic Asylum Memorials 127-129/415

No 19

SMITH, Joseph storekeeper Leicester St, Parkside 1906 Memorial 219/455

No 20

SMITH, Joseph labourer Clarence Park. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1913 Grant Book 2 Page 33 County Adelaide

SMITH, Joseph Blake farmer Smithfield 1951, born 24/10/1889 Smithfield, a son of William Smith farmer, who died 28/4/1912. JB Smith declared that he had lived in the district since his birth Application 28849

SMITH, Joseph Edward farmer Curramulka 1885 Memorial 246/371

SMITH, Joseph Hastings cook Adelaide 1850 Memorial 44/27 Yeoman Adelaide late 1850 Memorial 163/27 Farmer Adelaide 1851 Memorial 240/33

No 1

SMITH, Joseph Henry storekeeper's assistant Kingston S-E 1900 Memorial 207/441 

SMITH, Joseph Henry baker Kingston S-E 1914 Memorial 75/470

SMITH, Joseph Henry formerly storekeeper's assistant 1900 then baker 1914 but now farmer Kingston S-E 1939 Application 28187

SMITH, Joseph James railway employee Stockport 1902[-1916] Memorial 26/446

No 1

SMITH, Joseph Japhet butcher Echunga and Elizabeth Smith his wife 1901 Application 24204

SMITH, Joseph Japhet butcher Echunga and Elizabeth Smith his wife. Hundred of Kuitpo land grant 1919 Grant Book 2 Page 104 County Adelaide

SMITH, Joseph Moncrief land owner Bungaree 1857 Memorial 46/116

SMITH, Joseph Thomas stockholder Mt Monster Run 1871[-1873] Memorial 106/253

SMITH, Joseph Wing baker formerly of Bowden 1857 but now of Wallaroo 1864 Application 4840

No 1

SMITH, Josiah farmer Springfield Hundred of Barossa 1850 Memorial 457/24

SMITH, Josiah farmer Springfield near Williamstown 1871 Memorial 115/256

SMITH, Josiah farmer Newbrook, died 1872. He left his entire estate to his wife, Wilmot Smith Memorial 37/261

SMITH, Josiah the Elder farmer Newbrook [probably near Williamstown] and Wilmot Smith his wife 1872. By 1901, Josiah Smith the Elder and also his son, Josiah Smith the Younger, had died. Josiah Smith the Elder's widow, Wilmot Smith of Williamstown, died 1901. Mother of John Cundy Smith, Eleanor Smith and and Wilmot Smith. Executors and trustees - Hon John WARREN stockholder Springfield, and Robert ROSS of Glen Gillian (He took the place of Lydia Warren spinster Springfield who had died) Memorial 100/444

SMITH, Wilmot widow Newbrook relict of the late Josiah Smith now deceased 1875 Memorial 165/279

No 1

SMITH, Josiah Thomas bricklayer Hindmarsh 1850[-1861] Memorial 137/22

SMITH, Josiah Thomas mason Hindmarsh 1852 Memorial 262/42

SMITH, Josiah Thomas plasterer Hindmarsh 1856 Memorial 41/97

SMITH, Josiah Thomas mason Hindmarsh 1862 Application 2790

No 1

SMITH, Kenneth gardener Clare 1920 Application 26916

SMITH, Kenneth gardener Clare, aged 67 in 1955, declared that he had been born in Clare Application 29116

No 1

SMITH, Laurence labourer Le Fevre Peninsula 1854 Memorial 213/73

SMITH, Laurence labourer Pt Adelaide 1855 Memorial 386/88

SMITH, Laurence labourer Le Fevre Peninsula 1882 Application 19367

SMITH, Laurence labourer Birkenhead 1897 Application 23355

SMITH, Laurence labourer formerly of Pt Adelaide but now of Birkenhead Le Fevre Peninsula 1906 Memorial 167/455

SMITH, Laurence labourer Birkenhead, died. His widow, Elizabeth Smith, still lived at Birkenhead in 1910. John Smith engineer Birkenhead mentioned Memorial 179/462

SMITH, Elizabeth wife of the late Laurence Smith labourer formerly of Pt Adelaide then of Fletcher Rd, Birkenhead, died 6/2/1924. She left her entire estate, apart from some gifts of furniture, to her son, Malcolm Halcrow Smith by 1942 out of business Fletcher Rd, Birkenhead [Joseph Hervey CLOUSTON retired civil servant 18 Fletcher Rd, Birkenhead, declared that the Smiths were the first family to occupy a new sub-division called Bridgwater (lot 72 in pt Sections 700, 701, 703 Hundred of Pt Adelaide c1855]

SMITH, Elizabeth widow Fletcher Road, Birkenhead, died 6/2/1924. Members of her family - John Smith engineer Birkenhead, James Magnus Smith of Birkenhead and Malcolm Habrow Smith. Peter Henderson JAMESON customs agent Largs was an executor. John Smith died 8/12/1936 Memorial 123/491, Application 28315

No 2

SMITH, Laurence farmr Hoyle Plains Hundred of Booleroo land grant 1881[-1884] Grant Book 24 Page 621 County Frome

No 1

SMITH, Lewis Esquire Van Diemen’s Land 1839 He bought blocks in Bowden Application 6704.

SMITH, Lewis Esquire formerly of Van Diemen's Land 1839 but now of Adelaide 1854 Application 6704.

SMITH, Lewis Esquire Adelaide 1839/ Perhaps a relative of Matthew Smith Esquire Adelaide Application 14444

SMITH, Lewis of Adelaide 1840 Memorial 455/66

SMITH, Lewis Esquire Adelaide 1854 Memorial 21/70

SMITH, Lewis and Philip Esquires Sydal near Ross VDL 1855 Memorial 245/98

SMITH, Lucena spinster Brighton 1841. Gawler Special Survey land grant Memorial 92/9

SMITH, Lucy spinster Adelaide 1850 Memorial 350/23

SMITH, Luke coachmaker Gawler 1865[-1867] Memorial 140/294

SMITH, MA of Adelaide 1849 Memorial 136/14

No 1

SMITH, Manning farmer Peachey Belt 1856 Memorial 327/101

SMITH, Manning farmer Spring Creek near the Light River 1859 Memorial 157/158

No 1

SMITH, Margaret widow Pt Elliot 1871 Application 11722

SMITH, Margaret widow Waterport near Pt Elliot 1876 Memorial 35/287

No 2

SMITH, Margaret widow Yarcowie. Hundred of Whyte land grant 1879 Grant Book 60 Page 55 County Victoria

SMITH, Marie Ida married woman 202 Main North Rd, Prospect 1950 Application 28732

No 1

SMITH, Mark labourer Gawler 1854 Memorial 89/62

No 2

SMITH, Mark labourer Hilton 1874 Memorial 107/276

No 3

SMITH, Mark labourer Snowtown. Hundred of Barunga land grant 1902 Grant Book 14 Page 479 County Daly

No 1

SMITH, Mary spinster Kensington 1882[-1883] Memorial 137/342

SMITH, Mary spinster Kensington 1883. Probably a relative to John Smith labourer Kensington Application 19909

No 2

SMITH, Mary spinster Hundred of Cavenagh 1887 Memorial 76/384

No 3

SMITH, Mary publican Royal Admiral Hotel, Adelaide (Hindley St) m Henry Charles PLOENGES blacksmith Adelaide on 25/8/1902 Memorial 195/456

No 4

SMITH, Mary widow Hamilton on the Light 1901 Application 24133

No 5

SMITH, Mary widow Mt Gambier 1930, linked with Peter Smith, James Smith and Charles McArthur Smith all of near Mt Gambier Application 27809

SMITH, Mary Ann widow Bordertown 1938, born 24/5/1862, declared that she had lived in the town since 1862 Application 28120

SMITH, Mary I home duties Angaston 1921 Memorial 58/484

SMITH, Mary Jane widow Mitcham 1896 Memorial 229/427

No 1

SMITH, Matthew Esquire Adelaide (North Tce) 1839 Application 22917

SMITH, Matthew Esquire Albert Tce, Pt Lincoln 1841 Memorial 297/1

SMITH, Matthew Esquire Gawler Place Adelaide. His son, Henry James Smith Esquire lived at Pt Lincoln 1844 Memorial 488 Book 33

SMITH, Matthew Esquire Gawler Place, Adelaide & Director Greenock Creek Mining Company 1847 Memorial 14/9

SMITH, Matthew Esquire Adelaide (King William St) 1849 Memorial 85/15

SMITH, Matthew Esquire Adelaide 1854 Memorial 407/67

SMITH, Matthew gentleman of Highgate near North Adelaide. Father of Henry James Smith stockholder Pt Lincoln 1854. Matthew Smith died 1858 Memorial 253/152 & Application 27795

SMITH, Matthew Esquire Highgate near Bowden 1856 Memorial 154/100

SMITH, Matthew Esquire Highgate 1858 Memorial 102/137

No 2

SMITH, Matthew farmer near Mintaro Hundred of Stanley land grant 1868 Grant Book 56 Page 180 County Stanley

No 3

SMITH, Matthew farmer Hundred of Morgan 1889 Memorial 150/397

SMITH, Matthew farmer Hundred of Morgan. Hundred of Morgan land grant 1903 Grant Book 13 Page 421 County Dalhousie

SMITH, Matthew farmer Yatina. Hundred of Morgan land grant 1911 Grant Book 13 Page 422 County Dalhousie

No 4

SMITH, Matthew wheelwright Adelaide (Crowther St), died 3/8/1897. Husband of Margaret Smith. Mrs Smith had moved to Grattan St, Adelaide by 1901 Memorials 161 & 162/442

No 1

SMITH, Melville Galbraith farmer Smithfield linked with Mary Robertson Smith spinster Glenelg 1898 Memorial 181/434

SMITH, Melville Galbraith farmer Smithfield 1924 Application 27232

SMITH, Melville Galbraith farmer formerly of O'Halloran Hill but now of Smithfield 1928 Application 27716

SMITH, Melville Galbraith farmer formerly of O'Halloran Hill but now of Henley Beach 1932 Memorial 45/505

SMITH, Melville Galbraith formerly farmer Craigmore Smithfield but then out of business Henley Beach, died 29/3/1934. Husband of Edith Elizabeth Smith. Brother to William Smith out of business Strathalbyn. Estate worth £6,199 Memorial 129/507

SMITH, Edith Elizabeth widow formerly of Henley Beach Road, but now of 20 Oxford St, New Parkside 1953 Memorial 118/528

SMITH, Melville Gordon farmer Fords 1927 Memorial 155/497

SMITH, Mervyn agent Kingscote KI 1922 Memorial 186/486

SMITH, & WILLIAMS, Messrs shipwrights Birkenhead 1896 Application 23124

No 1

SMITH, Michael mine agent Wallaroo Mines. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1869 Grant Book 14 Page 74 County Daly

No 2

SMITH, Michael storekeeper Pt Adelaide 1872 Application 12053

No 3

SMITH, Michael of William St, Norwood and Ellen Smith his wife 1874 Application 13655

No 4

SMITH, Michael farmer Hundred of Cavenagh Co Herbert 1890 Memorial 62/406

No 5

SMITH, Michael farmer Arthurton. Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1891[-1907] Grant Book 14 Page 424 County Daly

SMITH, Montgomery Charles farmer Morphett Vale 1853 Memorial 150/55

SMITH, Morris Stapleton grazier Eden Valley 1940 Memorial 34/515

SMITH, Moses farmer Mintaro 1877 Memorial 175/298

SMITH, MR teacher Angaston 1916 Memorial 101/474

No 1

SMITH, Nancy widow Rosewater 1866 Application 7782

SMITH, Nancy widow Yatala 1869 Memorial 57/240

No 1

SMITH, Nicholas Lawrence farmer Broughton Extension Keilli township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 14 Page 488 County Daly

SMITH, Nicholas Lawrence farmer Virginia Co Adelaide. Hundred of Redhill land grant 1877[-1881] Grant Book 14 Page 367 County Daly

SMITH, Nicholas Murray signal master West Tce signal station Adelaide 1846 Memorial 400/6 Now farmer Dry Creek 1847 Memorial 107/10 Late Government signal station keeper Adelaide but now of New Zealand 1850 Memorial 46/25

SMITH, NS telegraph stationmaster Overland Corner 1876 Memorial 190/287

SMITH, Otto Wien doctor Clare 1926 Memorial 128/494

No 1 - perhaps the same person

SMITH, Owen carpenter Adelaide (Pt TA 607 King William St) 1850[-1853] Memorial 290/24

SMITH, Owen builder Kalkabury [later Arthurton]1880 Memorial 201/323

SMITH, Owen builder Pt Wakefield Co Gawler. Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1881 Grant Book 14 Page 417 County Daly

SMITH, Patrick Gerald farmer Farrell Flat Co Stanley. Hundred of Whyte land grant 1879 Grant Book 60 Page 55 County Victoria

SMITH, Patrick Joseph farmer Black Rock Plain. Hundred of Black Rock Plain land grant 1901 Grant Book 13 Page 115 County Dalhousie

SMITH, Paul Teesdale solicitor Eagle Chambers, Pirie St, Adelaide 1956, declared that he was a sealholder of the Adelaide Polo Club Application 29368

SMITH, P[ercival] S[idney] vigneron Yalumba Angaston. Angaston Institute trustee1908 Application 25448

No 1

SMITH, Percival Wood gentleman Adelaide (Hindley St) 1840 Application 14276

SMITH, Percival Wood clerk to Matthew SMITH solicitor Gawler Place, Adelaide 1842[-1843] Memorial 241/2

SMITH, Percival Wood gentleman Adelaide (South Tce) 1843 Memorial 496/2

SMITH, Percival Wood clerk to George Frederick SHIPSTER Esquire Kensington House near Adelaide 1844 Memorial 453/3

SMITH, Percival Wood clerk to George MORPHETT solicitor Adelaide 1844[-1846] Memorial 56/4

SMITH, Percival Wood share broker Adelaide 1848 Memorial 292/12

SMITH, Percival Wood wine merchant Adelaide 1851 Memorial 76/34

SMITH, PW of Williamstown Vic visited SA in Jan 1856 Memorial 178/96

SMITH, Percy Lines bank clerk Balaklava Waukaringa township (Out of Hundreds) allotment land grant 1889 Grant Book 45 Page 5 County Lytton

No 1

SMITH, Peter carpenter Adelaide 1851 Memorial 31/38

SMITH, Peter carpenter Encounter Bay 1854 Memorial 436/73

SMITH, Peter carpenter formerly of Adelaide but now of Encounter Bay 1856 Memorial 10/105

No 2

SMITH, Peter innkeeper Adelaide and his wife Charlotte Smith, had children called Margaret, Thomas and Barbara Smith by 1849. Thomas POWELL auctioneer Adelaide was a family friend Application 17448

SMITH, Peter licensed victualler Adelaide (Rob Roy Halifax St) 1853 Memorial 330/59

SMITH, Charlotte widow Adelaide relict of the late Peter Smith who died c1856 Memorial 164/132

No 3

SMITH, Peter mariner Le Fevre Peninsula 1857 Memorial 222/130

SMITH, Peter 27 waterman Le Fevre Peninsula (Father: Ivend Smith) married Emma LIPSCOMBE 20 Le Fevre Peninsula (Father; Robert Lipscombe) on 25/6/1857 Holy Trinity North Tce Adelaide. Witnesses; Ambrosi Sieber waterman Le Fevre Peninsula and Elizabeth GRIFFITHS of Le Fevre Peninsula. Peter Smith publican Pt Adelaide, died 12/5/1865 intestate, of accidental drowning, aged 36. He was buried in the Alberton Cemetery. His eldest son, Henry William Smith (born 20/3/1862) carpenter Exeter 1883, inherited his father's estate as heir at law Application 19936

SMITH, Peter licensed victualler Le Fevre Peninsula 1864 Memorial 4/197

No 4

SMITH, Peter of Pt Broughton 1878 Memorial 103/310

No 1

SMITH, Philip farmer Riverton 1857[-1870] Memorial 230/128

No 2

SMITH, Philip farmer Rhynie Hundred of Upper Wakefield land grant 1864 Grant Book 56 Page 79 County Stanley

No 3

SMITH, Philip farmer Appleton 1867 Memorial 94/220

No 4

SMITH, Phillip farmer Booleroo Hundred of Pekina land grant 1882 Grant Book 13 Page 166 County Dalhousie

SMITH, Phillip farmer Pekina. Hundred of Pekina land grant 1899 Grant Book 13 Page 172 County Dalhousie

No 5 - perhaps a continuation of No 4

SMITH, Phillip farmer Black Rock near Kooringa. Hundred of Morgan land grant 1900 Grant Book 13 Page 421 County Dalhousie

No 5

SMITH, Philip farmer Weepowie. Margaret Smith mentioned but not described 1899 Memorial 29/439

SMITH, Philip Henry farmer Inman Valley 1910[-1919] Memorial 223/462

No 1

SMITH, Pierce baker Magill 1858 Memorial 404/147

SMITH, Pierce baker Magill, died in March 1861. Estate worth £20. He left his personal estate absolutely to his wife, Ellen Smith, and his real estate in SA and England to his wife in trust for her lifetime. Then the real estate absolutely in remainder expectant to his daughter, Ann Smith, who married Philip LYNCH on 26/9/1868 at St Patrick's Church, Grote St, Adelaide. Mrs Smith and Samuel CAMPAIGN of Magill named as the executors of Pierce Smith's will Memorial 23/186 & Application 23549

SMITH, Priscilla no description Morphett Vale 1886 Memorial 23/379

No 1

SMITH, Q Stow clerk Adelaide (Franklin St) 1884[-1887] Memorial 179/360

SMITH, Q Stow clerk to FW BULLOCK land agent Adelaide 1885 Memorial 2/371

SMITH, Quinton Stow sharebroker Adelaide 1901[-1909] Memorial 47/462, Application 25711

SMITH, Qunton Stow accountant Adelaide 1910 Memorial 221/462

SMITH, Quinton Stow formerly accountant but now timber merchant Adelaide 1911[-1930] Memorials 118/465 43/504

SMITH, Quinton Stow timber merchant Adelaide 1931 sole surviving trustee of the Angaston Baptist Church, oversaw the sale of the church and grounds 'together with the old Baptist Church and other buildings erected thereon and with all furniture in or about the said pemises except the two organs and organ seat library and books, Mr JOHNSON's chair and clock and crockery for the sum of £360' to Gotthold Nathaniel DALLWITZ builder Angaston Application 27834

SMITH, Ralph surgeon Yankalilla 1856 Memorial 135/109

SMITH, Ralph Bunbury labourer Macclesfield Hundred of Dublin land grant 1874 Grant Book 26 Page 336 County Gawler

SMITH, Rebecca widow Belle Vue Villa Robe 1867 Memorial 118/218

No 1

SMITH, Reuben labourer Adelaide 1842[-1843] Memorial 423/1

SMITH, Reuben limeburner Hindmarsh 1846 Memorial 25/63

SMITH, Reuben formerly labourer but now carrier Hindmarsh 1848 Application 14039

SMITH, Reuben farmer formerly of Hindmarsh but now of the Light River, and Mary Smith his wife 1851 Memorial 464/35

SMITH, Reuben farmer Hundred of Waterloo 1856 Memorial 132/120

SMITH, RH painter Pt Adelaide 1915 Application 26416

SMITH, RH Bristow clerk Pt Elliot District Council 1948 Memorial 43/523

SMITH, Rhoda spinster Eden Valley 1911 Application 25996

No 1

SMITH, Richard labourer formerly of Adelaide, but now of Auckland New Zealand 1846 Memorial 108/12

No 2

SMITH, Richard labourer Hindmarsh 1849 Memorial 305/13

SMITH, Richard labourer Hindmarsh left SA in 1856 for Victoria. Brother to Ann MUGRIDGE to whom he left his real estate upon departure Memorial 26/414

SMITH, Richard labourer Hindmarsh was in the habit of visiting the Victorian gold fields rather frequently. Before he left again for the gold fields in July 1856, he left the deeds of his home at Hindmarsh with his sister-in-law, Ann MUGRIDGE formerly PRIDEAUX (widow of Thomas Prideaux farmer Hindmarsh) nee HARRIS wife of George MUGRIDGE brickmaker Hindmarsh. Her sister, Jane Harris, had married Richard Smith. He said that if he did not return from his latest trip, Mrs Mugridge should give the deeds to her daughter, Jane Janey Smith PRIDEAUX, as a gift. Richard Smith committed suicide by hanging himself in the stable of his employer, Samuel PRIESTLEY, of Wattlegrove near Moonambel Vic, on 25/4/1867 intestate and a widower without issue. Jane Smith Prideaux married Frederick George REEVES nurseryman Hindmarsh on 3/2/1870 and her mother gave her the deeds to the house shortly after the marriage. Mrs Reeves died 26/7/1889 Application 23342

No 3 - probably the same person

SMITH, Richard agent Adelaide 1849[-1850] Memorial 359/16

SMITH, Richard commission agent Adelaide 1856 Memorial 243/110

SMITH, Richard stock agent Adelaide 1859 Application 1006

No 4 - perhaps a continuation of No 3

SMITH, Richard merchant Adelaide 1886 Memorial 10/380

SMITH, Richard merchant Adelaide (Gawler Place) 1874[-1906] Memorial 143/278

No 5 - perhaps a continuation of No 4

SMITH, Richard salesman North Adelaide 1871[-1873] Memorial 196/250

SMITH, Richard gentleman North Adelaide (Palmer Place), died 1875. He left his entire estate to his wife, Susannah Smith Memorial 96/282

No 6

SMITH, Richard butcher Torrens River near Adelaide 1851 Memorial 271/36

SMITH, Richard farmer Torrens River 1853 Memorial 50/53

SMITH, Richard cattle salesman Section 490 on the Torrens River 1854[-1856] Memorial 361/63

SMITH, Richard stockholder The Torrens 1855 Memorial 388/91

SMITH, Richard cattle salesman The Torrens 1855[-1858] Memorial 435/91

SMITH, Richard cattle dealer The Torrens 1856[-1867] Memorial 258/101

SMITH, Richard Esquire of the Torrens River 1864 Memorial 83/194

SMITH, Richard formerly cattle salesman of the Torrens but now bankrupt Adelaide 1867 Memorial 131/225

No 7 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

SMITH, Richard farmer Dry Creek 1853[-1854] Memorial 194/60

SMITH, Richard farmer Upper Dry Creek 1850[-1863] Memorial 52/20, Application 3039

SMITH, Richard the Elder farmer Dry Creek 1856 Memorial 138/98

SMITH, Richard farmer Upper Dry Creek, died 23/11/1863. His wife, Charlotte Smith, died 21/9/1873. Executor Robert HALL artist Adelaide (Hindley St) son in law of Richard and Charlotte Smith (husband of their eldest daughter), died 18/8/1866. In 1874, the sons in the family included John Smith farmer Upper Dry Creek, Richard Smith farmer Golden Grove, Charles Smith butcher Green's Plains and Francis Scholefield Smith farmer Greens Plains. Daughters included Ruth HALL widow formerly of Adelaide but now of Pt Lincoln and Sarah ROBERTS wife of William Roberts farmer Golden Grove Memorial 166/221 and Deposit 147/1874

SMITH, Richard farmer Section 2141 Hundred of Yatala Golden Grove on the Dry Creek and Anna Smith his wife parents of Henrietta Smith spinster. Probably also parents of Alfred Westerman Smith and Richard Caspar Smith farmers Golden Grove, who were taking over the management of R Smith's real and personal estate 'on account of his age and growing infirmities' 1890 Memorial 3/405

No 8

SMITH, Richard farmer Section 553 Hundred of Nuriootpa 1855 Memorial 212/80

No 9

SMITH, Richard gentleman Glenelg 1879[-1911] Memorial 69/316

SMITH, Richard gentleman Glenelg 1880 Application 18036

SMITH, Richard merchant Glenelg 1901 Application 24138

No 10

SMITH, Richard overseer Mt Arden Hundred of Pichi Richi land grant 1879 Grant Book 49 Page 22 County Newcastle

SMITH, Richard station manager Mt Arden Quorn (Hundred of Pichi Richi) township allotment land grant 1879 Grant Book 49 Page 13 County Newcastle

No 11

SMITH, Richard JP of Yudnapinnie 1903 Memorial 8/449

No 12

SMITH, Richard merchant Gawler Place, Adelaide 1906 Application 25133

No 1

SMITH, Richard Bowyer machinist Pt Wakefield 1872[-1874] Application 11961, Memorial 225/277

SMITH, Richard Bowyer machinist Kalkabury 1877 Application 16141

SMITH, Richard B farmer's friend Arthurton 1880 Memorial 201/323

SMITH, Richard B farmer Cunliff 1882 Memorial 108/338

SMITH, Richard Bowyer farmer Tiparra 1883 Memorial 30/352

No 1

SMITH, Richard Casper farmer Golden Grove 1882 Memorial 96/344

SMITH, Richard Casper formerly farmer Golden Grove but now out of business Mile End 1928 Memorial 50/499

No 1

SMITH, Richard Frederick farmer Melrose 1893[-1916] Memorial 217/418, Application 22582

SMITH, Richard Frederick formerly farmer Spring Farm near Melrose but then out of business, died 10/4/1920. Executor; Lewis GEORGE commission agent Melrose. Father of Frederick Freeman farmer via Narrogin WA and Frank Benjamin Smith farmer Melrose 1920 Memorials 107 & 108/480 & RPA Search 907

No 1

SMITH, Richard Hettle plumber Pt Adelaide 1913 Application 26179

SMITH, Richard Hettle painter Commercial Rd, Pt Adelaide 1914 Application 26385

No 1

SMITH, Robert blacksmith Adelaide 1841 Application 17420

No 2

SMITH, Robert shepherd FS Dutton's Wellington Gap Station 1844 Memorial 381/3

No 3

SMITH, Robert fencer Cowandilla 1845 Application 17949

SMITH, Robert farmer Cowandilla 1848 Memorial 230/10

SMITH, Robert [formerly fencer but now] farmer Cowandilla 1848 Application 17949

No 4 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger; perhaps a continuation of No 3

SMITH, Robert farmer Black Forest purchased land in the Hundred of Noarlunga 1847 Memorial 318/9

SMITH, Robert farmer O’Halloran Hill 1850[-1858] Memorial 114/24 Likely linked with William Smith the Younger farmer O'Halloran Hill 1855 Memorial 242/84

SMITH, Robert Esquire O'Halloran Hill 1869 Application 10224

SMITH, Robert [the Elder] farmer Bath Bank near O'Halloran Hill 1856[-1876] Memorial 463/96

SMITH, Robert [the Elder] farmer Bath Bank near O'Halloran Hill son of the late William and Margaret Smith of O'Halloran Hill 1889 Memorial 156/395, Application 20038

SMITH, Robert farmer O’Halloran Hill 1884 Application 20038

SMITH, Robert [the Elder] gentleman Bath Bank O'Halloran Hill, died 3/8/1892. Husband of Margaret Smith. Father of William Smith of Bath Bank, O'Halloran Hill and Robert Smith [the Younger] farmer Fairy Knowe O'Halloran Hill. MG Smith farmer O'Halloran Hill also mentioned Memorial 167/415

SMITH, Robert [formerly the Younger] farmer Fairyknowe O'Halloran Hill linked with William Smith farmer Bathbank O'Halloran Hill 1897 Memorial 57/430

SMITH, Robert [formerly the Younger] Fairy Knowe and William Bathbank farmers O'Halloran Hill 1906, executors under the will of the late Robert Smith the Elder formerly gentleman Bathbank O'Halloran Hill now deceased Memorials 14 & 19/456

SMITH, Robert farmer Fairy Knowe O'Halloran Hill 1915 Memorial 20/472

SMITH, Robert farmer Fairyknowe (pt Section 481 Hundred of Noarlunga) O'Halloran Hill, died 24/7/1926. Husband of Isabella Smith. Father of Robert Gordon Smith grazier O'Halloran Hill. Brother to William Smith formerly grazier O'Halloran Hill but now out of business Gilberton, and Melville Galbraith Smith grazier Smithfield Memorials 25 & 119/496

No 5

SMITH, Robert bricklayer Pt Adelaide 1850[-1854] Memorial 34/28

No 6

SMITH, Robert farmer Chain of Ponds 1850[-1852] Memorial 386/22

SMITH, Robert farmer Angaston 1852 Memorial 299/40

SMITH, Robert farmer Hundred of Moorooroo 1853 Memorial 81/94

SMITH, Robert farmer Hundred of Gilbert 1856 Memorial 60/103

No 7

SMITH, Robert farmer Little Para 1850 Memorial 71/26

SMITH, Robert yeoman Willaston 1853 Memorial 69/50

SMITH, Robert of Bertha 1854 Memorial 224/103

SMITH, Robert farmer One Tree Hill 1856 Memorial 225/99

SMITH, Robert [formerly of Bertha but] now absent from SA 1858 Memorial 222/134

No 8 - perhaps a continuation of No 7

SMITH, Robert farmer Hundred of Mudla Wirra 1869 Memorial 167/257

No 9

SMITH, Robert farmer Underdale 1856 Memorial 270/106

SMITH, Robert labourer Underdale 1857 Memorial 160/125

No 10 - perhaps the same person

SMITH, Robert carpenter Black Springs 1873 Memorial 13/268

SMITH, Robert undertaker Auburn 1887 Application 26741

No 11 - perhaps the same person

SMITH, Robert draper Norwood 1878 Application 16576

SMITH, Robert of Norwood 1904 Memorial 43/452

No 12

SMITH, Robert farmer Hundred of Alma trustee land for school purposes Hundred of Alma land grant 1873 Grant Book 26 Page 100 County Gawler

SMITH, Robert farmer Templers Hundred of Alma land grant 1879 Grant Book 26 Page 63 County Gawler

No 13

SMITH, Robert squatter Naracoorte Hundred of Jessie land grant 1877 Grant Book 50 Page 258 County Robe

No 14

SMITH, Robert butcher Copperhouse 1881[-1884] Memorial 107/333

No 15

SMITH, Robert farmer Nantawarra 1885[-1887] Memorial 37/385

No 16

SMITH, Robert labourer Thebarton, now an inmate of the Parkside Lunatic Asylum 1892. Linked with the late William Smith formerly labourer Thebarton but now deceased, and Elizabeth Smith the executrix of his will Application 22396

No 17

SMITH, Robert gardener Magill and Patience Smith his wife 1893[-1897] Memorial 158/418, Application 23442

No 18

SMITH, Robert blacksmith Narracoorte 1897 Application 23688

No 19

SMITH, Robert wire machinist formerly of Adelaide but now of Melbourne Vic 1901 Memorial 236/442

SMITH, Robert wire machinist formerly of Adelaide but now of 66 Morah St, Parkville Vic 1912 Memorials 236 & 237/465

No 20

SMITH, Robert farmer Mt Gambier 1913 Application 26232

SMITH, Robert Barr the Younger clerk Adelaide (Currie St) [perhaps to JA Hele accountant??] 1917 Memorial 69/479

SMITH, Robert Colton clerk Laura 1889 Memorial 172/400

SMITH, Robert Gordon farmer O'Halloran Hill, died 30/12/1929. Husband of Elizabeth Rosalind Smith, who had then moved from O'Halloran Hill to North Adelaide by April 1930. Estate worth £4,861 Memorial 49/503

No 1

SMITH, Robert Henry labourer Milang 1907 Memorial 71/458

SMITH, Robert Henry labourer formerly of Milang but now of Murray Bridge 1920 Memorial 52/480

SMITH, Robert Henry Dixon and Thomas John Smith farmers Tarcowie. Hundred of Pekina land grant 1940 Grant Book 13 Page 176 County Dalhousie

SMITH, Robert John gardener Third St, Gawler South, died 24/8/ 1943 Joslin. Father of Myrtle May GWYNNE and Grace Maud Gwynne married women Gawler South Memorial 160/517

SMITH, Robert Stephen motor salesman Brighton 1932 Memorial 17/506

SMITH, Rowland Esquire JP and DL for Co Derby, of Duffield Hall, Co Derby, and 131 Queen’s Gate, London SW, died 23/2/1901 Duffield Hall. The Duffield Hall Estate, with right of presentation to the Vicarage, to his son Granville Roland Francis Smith Captain in the Coldstream Guards. His son and his son-in-law, Rev’d Algernon Charles Dudley RYDER, to be the executors. Bequests to the household servants. £10,000 in trust for payment of the interest for life to his daughter, Constance Emily Smith, then the principle to her children equally and absolutely in remainder expectant. Brother to Samuel George Smith Deposit 26/1903

SMITH, Ruthven Frederic Ruthven gentleman of Mount Cottage Sinningdale, Berks, England but now temporarily residing in Adelaide 1901 Memorial 151/444

SMITH, RW accountant Blackwood 1885 Memorial 11/373

SMITH, Robert William labourer Maitland 1930 Memorial 99/503

No 1

SMITH, Samuel yeoman Adelaide 1846 Memorial 7/7

SMITH, Samuel [formerly yeoman Adelaide but now] labourer Enfield near Adelaide 1849 Memorial 391/17

No 2

SMITH, Samuel sawyer Bowden 1849[-1858] Memorial 208/18

SMITH, Samuel formerly sawyer but now carpenter Bowden 1871 Application 113110

No 3

SMITH, Samuel Esquire Horton, near Bradford, Yorks, England, power of attorney to Lavington GLYDE commission agent Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs, and to demand and recover his records from the possession of George MORPHETT the former local attorney 18/10/1851 Deposit 104/OA

No 4

SMITH, Samuel mariner Alberton 1853 Memorial 9/51

No 5 - possibly the same person

SMITH, Samuel farmer Gawler Plains 1851[-1861] Memorial 328/35

SMITH, Samuel farmer Munno Para 1853[-1855] Memorial 157/55

SMITH, Samuel farmer Virginia 1866 Applications 8026, 7430

SMITH, Samuel farmer formerly of Munno Para 1855 but now of Virginia 1873 [Probably the same address] Application 12727

SMITH, Samuel farmer Virginia 1874 Memorial 46/276

No 6

SMITH, Samuel labourer Marion 1854 Memorial 306/68

No 7

SMITH, Samuel farmer Section 845 Hundred of Yatala 1857[-1865] Memorial 334/113

No 8

SMITH, Samuel mason Gawler 1857 Memorial 224/118

SMITH, Samuel mason Undalya 1859 Memorial 122/157

SMITH, Samuel mason Sheaoak Log 1861 Application 2249

SMITH, Samuel mason King's Belt near Sheaoak Log 1861[-1864] Memorial 42/174

SMITH, Samuel poundkeeper Sheaoak Log 1862 Memorial 1/183

SMITH, Samuel poundkeeper Whitwarta 1864 Memorial 224/198

SMITH, Samuel formerly mason Gawler 1857 but now poundkeeper Whitwartha 1865 Application 6736

SMITH, Samuel formerly poundkeeper Whitwarta 1864 now mason King's Belt near Sheaoak Log 1867 Application 8593

No 9

SMITH, Samuel labourer New Hamburg near Strathalbyn 1864 Application 5334

No 10

SMITH, Samuel butcher Auburn 1867[-1869] Memorial 36/226

SMITH, Samuel farmer Hoyles Plains and Elizabeth Smith his wife formerly Elizabeth BROOKS widow of the late Joseph Brooks formerly farmer Upper Wakefied but now deceased 1872 Memorial 22/260

No 11

SMITH, Samuel chemist and druggist Adelaide 1875 Memorial 162/283

No 12

SMITH, Samuel machinist Thebarton 1876 Memorial 10/287

No 13

SMITH, Samuel limeburner Jamestown. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1877 Grant Book 60 Page 125 County Victoria

No 14

SMITH, Samuel of Angaston 1879 Memorial 41/320

SMITH, Samuel contractor Clare 1881 Memorial 151/331

No 15

SMITH, Samuel gardener near Montacute 1881 Memorial 110/334

SMITH, Samuel gardener near Montacute 1883 Application 19840

No 16

SMITH, Samuel retired blacksmith Meadows 1951, declared that he had been born in 1870 and had lived in the area all his life Application 28813

SMITH, Samuel Grimley butcher Wallaroo. Hundred of Tickera land grant 1891 Grant Book 14 Page 214 County Daly

SMITH, Samuel James dental surgeon Gertrude St, Fitzroy, Melbourne Vic, power of attorney to James Henry SMITH wheelwright Brighton SA, to manage certain land belonging to him in the township 25/8/1870 Deposit 36/1871

No 1

SMITH, Sarah a minor Brighton 1850 Memorial 242/24

TANNER, Sarah married woman Adelaide 1878 formerly Sarah SMITH spinster a minor Brighton 1850, now wife of Frederick Tanner labourer Adelaide 1878 Application 16935

SMITH, Sarah Alice home duties 10 Eighth St, Gawler South, aged 79 in 1953, declared that she had lived in the area for 48 years Application 28754

SMITH, Shephateah turner Broken Hill NSW and Nellie MCFARLANE wife of James Andrew McFarlane labourer Mt Barker linked with Eliza Ina Smith widow Mt Barker 1937 Memorial 7/511

No 1

SMITH, Sidney storekeeper The Woolshed. Bordertown (Hundred of Tatiara) allotment land grant 1858 Grant Book 66 Page 54 County Buckingham

SMITH, Sidney publican Bordertown, died c1865. He left his entire estate to his wife, Mary Smith Memorial 138/202

No 1

SMITH, Sidney farmer Sellick Hill 1898 Memorial 118/435

No 1

SMITH, Simon waterman Thebarton 1851 Memorial 96/29

No 2

SMITH, Simon gentleman Adelaide and Mary Smith his wife 1853 Memorial 385/62

No 3

SMITH, Simon of Truro 1881 Memorial 180/338

No 1

SMITH, Smith Owen carpenter Adelaide 1839[-1848] Memorial 172/103, Application 12781, Application 15182

SMITH, Smith Owen formerly Esquire Adelaide 1839 but now carpenter Adelaide 1845 Application 4791

SMITH, Spencer William and SMITH, Arthur James labourers Goolwa 1888 Application 21477

No 1

SMITH, Stephen farmer Glenelg about to marry Charlotte JUNE widow Glenelg 1850 Memorial 25/23

SMITH, Stephen farmer Glenelg 1850[-1855] Memorial 397/27

SMITH, Stephen farmer Section 213 District B 1851 Memorial 248/33

SMITH, Stephen farmer Sturt Road near Adelaide 1852 Memorial 320/39

SMITH, Stephen farmer Bay Road 1855 Memorial 74/86

SMITH, Stephen farmer Section 213 Survey B Glenelg, died c1856. He left his estate in trust to his wife, Charlotte Smith, for life, and then to his children in equal shares absolutely Memorial 274/103

SMITH, Stephen farmer Glenelg, died 21/6/1856. He left his estate in trust to his wife, Charlotte Smith, for life, and then to his children in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant. Charlotte Smith widow Bay Road died 17/6/1867, without issue Application 13900, Memorial 200/109

SMITH, Stephen Elford of Moonta 1880 Memorial 219/322

SMITH, Susan widow Robe Hundred of Killanoola land grant 1882 Grant Book 50 Page 154 County Robe

No 1

SMITH, Sydney farmer Tatiara District 1854 Memorial 113/66

No 2

SMITH, Sydney carpenter Adelaide 1867 Application 8416

No 3

SMITH, Sydney blacksmith Ardrossan 1882 Memorial 94/339

No 4

SMITH, Sydney farmer Sellick Hill 1883 Application 19798

SMITH, Sydney farmer Sellicks Hill 1890[-1920] Memorial 60/402

SMITH, Sydney Eric railway porter Goolwa 1947 Application 28551

SMITH, Sydney Ramsey machinist Alford. Alford (Hundred of Tickera) township allotment land grant 1882 Grant Book 14 Page 306 County Daly

No 1

SMITH, S Talbot solicitor Adelaide 1888[-1913] Memorial 171/389

SMITH, Sydney Talbot solicitor Adelaide and Florence Oliver Smith his wife 1893 Memorial 177/416

SMITH, Sydney Talbot solicitor Kensingto Park and Florence Oliver Smith his wife 1895 Memorial 85/425

SMITH, TG farmer Quarry Farm Redruth 1863 Memorial 30/188

No 1

SMITH, Thomas labourer Tanunda 1850[-1855] Memorial 201/22

SMITH, Thomas formerly labourer but now yeoman Tanunda 1863. He could not write Application 4418

SMITH, Thomas farmer Tanunda 1864 Memorial 234/198

SMITH, Thomas farmer Tanunda 1864, died 1872. Husband of Ann Smith Memorial 179/315 Ann Smith widow Kent Town 1879 Memorial 180/315

SMITH, Thomas farmer Tanunda [Section 1792 Hundred of Nuriootpa], died 8/8/1872. His widow, Ann Smith, remarried 13/12/1885, to William DOCKETT farmer Payneham. By 1886, the Smith family stood thus: Jane Ann LAMPIT wife of Jesse Lampit labourer Nailsworth, and Keziah Elizabeth VINCENT wife of Harry Vincent general dealer Stepney Memorial 112/376

SMITH, Thomas labourer Tanunda 1851 gentleman Tanunda died c1872. His wife, Ann Smith, inherited his real estate in trust for life, then to his daughters, Keziah Elizabeth VINCENT wife of Harry Vincent confectioner Adelaide and Jane Ann LAMPIT wife of Jesse Lampit labourer North Adelaide absolutely in remainder expectant 1883 Application 19724

SMITH, Thomas farmer Section 1792 Hundred of Nuriootpa near Tanunda, died c1872. His widow, Ann Smith (Father: John CORDER) 58 Adelaide, remarried to William DOCKETT 58 widower gardener Payneham (Father: Robert Dockett), on 13/12/1885 Holy Trinity North Tce Adelaide. Witnesses: Edward WRIGLEY farmer Wells Creek, Louisa WILLIAMS of Adelaide. Daughter Jane Ann Smith 18 Tanunda married Jesse LAMPIT 30 bachelor labourer Tanunda (Father: John Lampit) on 1/1/1876 Mrs Smith’s home Tanunda. Minister: JH TREVORROW. Witnesses: John S TROTTER blacksmith Tanunda, Susan ROBERTS of Hoyleton. Daughter - Keziah Elizabeth Smith 17 spinster married Harry VINCENT 22 baker Adelaide (Father: John Vincent) on 13/10/1878 Harry Vincent residence Norwood Minister: Thomas Jefferson GORE. Witnesses: James KERSLAKE of Adelaide, John HAWE storeman Adelaide, Deborah VINCENT of Adelaide Applications 19724, 20974

No 2

SMITH, Thomas merchant Adelaide 1842. He moved to Vic. Thomas Smith gentleman Richmond Vic, died 22/5/1862. He left his estate to his wife, Alison Smith. Estate worth £100. Mrs Smith was living at Goodwood Park in 1881 Application 24072

No 3

SMITH, Thomas stockholder Redruth 1851 Memorial 355/37

SMITH, Thomas tailor Adelaide 1852 Memorial 267/45

No 4

SMITH, Thomas labourer Little Para 1853[-1854] Memorial 387/49

SMITH, Thomas farmer Little Para 1854 Memorial 87/75

SMITH, Thomas farmer Peachey Belt 1853 Memorial 120/62

SMITH, Thomas farmer Munno Para 1858 Memorial 176/135

SMITH, Thomas farmer Munno Para and Mary Smith his wife 1883 Application 19772

No 5

SMITH, Thomas farmer Angaston 1854 Hundred of North Rhine land grant Memorial 137/76 Farmer North Rhine 1854[-1861] Memorial 138/76, Application 2031

No 6

SMITH, Thomas carrier Penola 1855 Application 25174

SMITH, Thomas carrier formerly of Penola late of Drumbery near Heywood Vic, died 26/9/1857 intestate. He left two children; the eldest, John Thomas Smith by 1906 labourer Hay NSW, as heir at law, and William Henry Smith farmer Sea Lake Vic, by 1906 Application 25174

No 5

SMITH, Thomas baker Glen Osmond 1856[-1870] Memorial 272/109

SMITH, Thomas farmer Burton 1857 Memorial 206/121

SMITH, Thomas farmer Rapid Bay 1857[-1862] Memorial 141/124

No 6

SMITH, Thomas carpenter Adelaide (Grote St) 1859[-1860] Memorial 50/152

SMITH, Thomas carpenter Adelaide (Knox St) 1862[-1866] Memorial 202/183, Application 4299

SMITH, Thomas carpenter Adelaide 1871 Memorial 202/251

No 7 - perhaps the same person

SMITH, Thomas farmer Bremer 1859 Memorial 300/161

SMITH, Thomas farmer Harrogate 1873 Application 12631

SMITH, Thomas of Harrogate 1881 Memorial 161/328

SMITH, Thomas farmer Harrogate 1886 Memorial 130/379

No 8

SMITH, Thomas sawyer New Tiers 1861 Deposit 149/1856

SMITH, Mary Ann widow New Tiers 1864, relict of Thomas Smith sawyer New Tiers 1861 Application 5352

No 9 - likely to be the same person

SMITH, Thomas auctioneer Mintaro 1865 Memorial 193/236

SMITH, Thomas butcher Mintaro 1870[-1883] Memorial 93/251

SMITH, Thomas of Mintaro, died 22/6/1894 intestate. By 1911, his family was disposed thus - His widow, Ellen Smith, lived at Boolaroo NSW. Children included - James Stewart Smith farmer Boggy Flat, Thomas Henry Smith miner Boulder WA, Henrietta HOGAN wife of Thomas Hogan warder Sydney NSW and Ellen Elizabeth PANNELL wife of George Pannell foreman smelter Boolaroo NSW Memorial 214/466, Application 27706

SMITH, Ellen widow Boolaroo NSW had links with Mintaro 1908 Memorial 192/459

SMITH, Mrs Ellen (who owned land at Mintaro) was in the care of George PANNEL of Boolaroo NSW 1910 Application 25779

No 10

SMITH, Thomas farmer Harrogate. Hundred of Monarto land grant 1868[-1873] Grant Book 58 Page 119 County Sturt

SMITH, Thomas out of business Parkside Co Adelaide. Hundred of Monarto land grant 1881 Grant Book 58 Page 125 County Sturt

No 11

SMITH, Thomas the Younger bank manager Edithburgh. Hundred of Melville land grant 1874[-1875] Grant Book 19 Page 70 County Fergusson

No 12

SMITH, Thomas carpenter Milang 1876 Application 15148

No 13

SMITH, Thomas sheep farmer Eastern Plains 1877 Memorial 160/301

No 14

SMITH, Thomas farmer Crystal Brook linked with William Smith of Crystal Brook 1878 Memorial 170/312

SMITH, Thomas farmer Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of Crystal Brook land grant 1880 Grant Book 60 Page 230 County Victoria

No 15

SMITH, Thomas farmer OB Flat Hundred of Mayurra land grant 1878 Grant Book 31 Page 224 County Grey

No 16

SMITH, Thomas of Norwood worked for Messrs WHITE & COUNSEL Currie St, Adelaide 1879 Application 17448

No 17

SMITH, Thomas undertaker Pt Wakefield 1880 Application 22138

No 18

SMITH, Thomas accountant Pt Adelaide. Hawker (Hundred of Wonoka) township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 5 Page 6 County Blachford

SMITH, Thomas accountant Pt Adelaide 1882 Application 19199

No 19

SMITH, Thomas baker Stockport 1881 Memorial 246/334

SMITH, Thomas baker Stockport 1885[-1897] Husband of Theresia Smith Application 20699, Application 23472

No 20

SMITH, Thomas farmer Lucieton Tantanoola (formerly Lucieton Hundred of Hindmarsh) township allotment land grant 1888 Grant Book 31 Page 299 County Grey

No 21

SMITH, Thomas farmer Telowie 1892 Memorial 80/413

SMITH, Thomas farmer Telowie trustee unnamed Chapel Hundred of Telowie land grant 1894 Grant Book 24 Page 775 County Frome

SMITH, Thomas farmer Telowie linked with Henry Smith of Hall St, Norwood 1905 Memorial 228/452

No 22

SMITH, Thomas farmer Palmer trustee unnamed School Hundred of Palmer Hundred of Palmer land grant 1894 Grant Book 49 Page 176 County Newcastle

No 23

SMITH, Thomas farmer Pt Lincoln 1909 Memorial 50/461

No 24

SMITH, Thomas grazier Wattle Park near Kingston S-E, died c1933. Husband of Elizabeth Catherine Smith. Father of George Frederick Smith and Clement James Drummond Smith graziers Kingston; also Annie Smith, Sarah Jane Petrel Smith and Alexander Robert Smith no description Memorial 152/506

SMITH, Thomas grazier Kingston S-E, died 22/2/1933. He left his estate in trust to his wife, Elizabeth Catherine Smith, during her lifetime, then an equal division absolutely in remainder expectant of the estate between his son, Alexander Robert Smith and his daughter, Annie Sarah Jane Petrel Smith. Two other sons, George Frederick Albert Smith and Clement James Drummond Smith graziers Kingston were trustees 1939 Application 28144

No 1

SMITH, Thomas Forsyth licensed victualler Pt Adelaide. He took out a 21-year lease of the Britannia Hotel at Pt Adelaide at £520 a year from 1850[-1855] Memorial 395/59

SMITH, Thomas Forsyth gentleman Pt Adelaide, about to quit the province for England, power of attorney to Anthony HALL Esquire Pt Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 1/2/1856. TF Smith settled at 14 Horton St, Kensington, Middlesex, England, with his wife, Eleanor nee POTTS and his sister-in-law, Eliza Potts spinster. He died 21/5/1879 at home Kensington. Entire estate to be sold and put in trust to provide an income for his wife for life, then in equal shares to his unnamed children. Estate worth £3,000. No leaseholds Enrolments 17/29 & 73/53

SMITH, Thomas Forsyth licensed victualler formerly of Pt Adelaide but now residing in England 1857 Memorial 87/117

SMITH, Thomas Forsyth gentleman 14 Hornton St, Kensington, Middlesex, England, did 21/5/1879. Husband of Eleanor Smith. Brother-in-law to Eliza Potts spinster Kensington and Emma POTTS spinster Barnby on Don, Yorks, England Memorial 32/360

POTTS, Eliza spinster 4 Connaught Buildings, Wotton, Gloucester, Glos, England, Emma POTTS spinster The Vicarage, Barnby on Don, Doncaster, Yorks, England, and Eleanor SMITH widow 4 Connaught Buildings, Wotton, Gloucester, Glos, England, trustees of the Smith Estate, power of attorney to William KAY land agent Exchange Buildings, Adelaide, in place of Anthony Paget HALL 22/1/1885, to administer the SA estate (particularly shop and house at Pt Adelaide) of the late Thomas Forsyth SMITH, formerly of 14 Horton St, Kensington, Middlesex, who died 21/5/1879. Estate to his widow in trust for life, then to his children and grandchildren absolutely in remainder expectant. The Misses Potts were his sisters-in-law Deposit 189/1883, 525/1885

SMITH, Thomas George draper Pt Adelaide 1894 Application 22725

No 1

SMITH, Thomas Pye Stephenson farmer Mt Gambier 1876 Memorial 167/291

SMITH, Thomas Pye Stephenson contractor Beachport, had died by 1911. Executrix – Elizabeth Smith widow Mt Gambier 1898 Grant Book 31 Page 261 County Grey

SMITH, TM clerk SA Railways Kingston S-E 1878 Memorial 99/309

No 1

SMITH, Thomas Richard butcher Minlaton. Charles Smithe the Younger mentioned but not described 1886 Memorial 172/379

No 2

SMITH, Thomas Richard gentleman Glenelg 1911 Memorial 123/464

No 1

SMITH, UJlysses James teamster Sliding Rock Hundred of Willochra land grant 1882 Grant Book 24 Page 546 County Frome

SMITH, Ulysses James farmer Kingswood 1893 Memorial 59/419

SMITH, Vernon Spatswood clerk Pt Adelaide 1913 Application 26248

No 1

SMITH, Villeneuve F articled clerk Adelaide (Waymouth St) 1878 Memorial 207/310

SMITH, Villeneuve F solicitor Pt Augusta 1885[-1890] Memorial 41/373

No 1

SMITH, Walter builder Pt Adelaide 1848[-1849] Memorial 455/51

SMITH, Walter carpenter Pt Adelaide 1850 Memorial 298/25

SMITH, Walter builder Pt Adelaide 1852[-1859] Memorial 159/44 House builder Pt Adelaide 1854 Memorial 98/70

SMITH, Walter timber merchant and steam saw miller Lot 221 between Leadenhall St and Tam O’Shanter Creek, Pt Adelaide 1859[-1860]. Owed money to the Union Bank of Australia Enrolment 31/45

SMITH, Walter builder Pt Adelaide foundation trustee Pt Adelaide Presbyterian Church 1857, left Pt Adelaide for Qld in 1864 and never returned Application 19149

SMITH, Walter timber merchant Pt Adelaide, about to quit the province, power of attorney to John BICKERS Master Mariner Pt Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs at his entire discretion 12/11/1864 Deposit 66/1866

SMITH, Walter timber merchant formerly of Pt Adelaide but now in parts beyond the seas 1866 Memorial 23/211

SMITH, Walter builder now or late of Pt Adelaide 1875 Memorial 126/285

SMITH, Walter builder formerly of Pt Adelaide 1858 but now of Maryborough Qld 1876. He used to own a flour mill at Pt Adelaide which burnt down in 1859 Application 14817

No 2

SMITH, Walter gold miner Blumberg 1882 Memorial 130/337

No 3
SMITH, Walter gardener Athelstone, and Irene Mary Smith his wife 1935 Memorial 95/508

SMITH, Walter gardener Athelstone. His wife, Irene Mary Smith, died 26/8/1936 Adelaide Memorial 154/510

SMITH, Walter Grandy vigneron Angaston 1909 Memorial 65/462

SMITH, Walter Henry Law merchant Adelaide 1915 Memorial 196/472

SMITH, Walter John formerly hotelkeeper but now agent Burra 1948 Memorial 10/523

No 1

SMITH, William saddler Adelaide 1839 Application 25963

SMITH, William saddler Adelaide 1842. He let out money on mortgage 67Application 14956

SMITH, William saddler Adelaide 1842. He bought 10 acres of Section 53 Survey B Memorial 312/2

SMITH, William saddler formerly of Adelaide but now of The Hollow Tree Richmond District VDL 1846 Memorial 202/254

No 2 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

SMITH, William farmer formerly of Adelaide but now of Hartfield 1843[-1847] Memorial 117/20

SMITH, William farmer Hartfield near Adelaide and Margaret Smith his wife 1844 Application 19515

SMITH, William farmer Section 54 Survey B. Husband of Margaret Smith, his wife 1844 Memorial 101/4 Farmer Black Forest 1847 Memorial 218/9 Farmer Adelaide 1849 Memorial 279/17

SMITH, William farmer Black Forest Hundred of Noarlunga land grant 1848 Memorial 77/292

SMITH, William farmer Spring Vale O’Halloran Hill 1850[-1853] Memorial 417/42

SMITH, William the Younger farmer O'Halloran Hill 1855 Memorial 242/84

SMITH, William the Elder farmer O'Halloran Hill, died 27/5/1860. Husband of Margaret Smith. Probably father of David Smith, Robert Smith and William Smith the Younger farmers O'Halloran Hill Memorial 106/410

SMITH, William [formerly the Younger] farmer Bath Bank O'Halloran Hill 1892 Memorial 114/418

SMITH, William [formerly the Younger] farmer Bathbank O'Halloran Hill at present temporarily residing at Campbell Estate Lion Mill WA 1906 Memorial 87/455

SMITH, Margaret widow Springvale 1867 Memorial 61/222

SMITH, Margaret widow Springvale linked with William Smith of O'Halloran Hill 1874 Memorial 215/274

SMITH, Margaret widow O'Halloran Hill 1881[-1882] relict of the late William Smith farmer O'Halloran Hill who died 27/5/1860 Memorials 1 & 2/337

No 3 - likely to be the same person

SMITH, William Corporal Royal Sappers and Miners Corps Adelaide 1845 Memorial 234/12

SMITH, William town surveyor Adelaide 1849 Memorial 279/17

SMITH, William land surveyor Adelaide (Hindley St) 1852 Memorial 271/41

SMITH, W surveyor Enfield 1885 Application 20784

SMITH, William formerly land surveyor Adelaide (Hindley St) 1852 but now farmer Reeves Plains 1863 Application 4325

No 4

SMITH, William Esquire Pt Lincoln 1847. [Was he a relative to Matthew SMITH of the same place?? ] Memorial 337/8

No 5

SMITH, William labourer Cowandilla 1849[-1852] Memorial 334/15

No 6

SMITH, William labourer Gawler 1849[-1850] Memorial 260/14

No 7

SMITH, William storekeeper Kensington 1850 Memorial 436/25

No 8 - likely to be the same person

SMITH, William farmer Hindmarsh 1850 Memorial 313/26

SMITH, William yeoman Hindmarsh 1851 Memorial 265/34

No 9

SMITH, William shepherd Tanunda 1851 Memorial 391/36

SMITH, William farmer Tanunda 1854 Memorial 422/63

No 10 - perhaps a continuation of No 9

SMITH, William shepherd Truro 1855 Memorial 173/88

SMITH, William shepherd near Truro 1860 Application 1518

SMITH, William shepherd Truro 1868. Linked with Mary Smith spinster Truro Application 9571

SMITH, William gentleman Truro, died 4/2/1883. Husband of Sarah Smith, who died 26/9/1914 Truro. Father of Henry Smith labourer Round Flat Murray River 1883, who died 23/12/1884 near Morgan. Father of James Smith labourer Truro 1915. Perhaps father of Thomas Benjamin Smith labourer Round Flat Murray River 1883 who died Cobar NSW on 21/1/1914. Memorial 138/474

SMITH, William the Elder shepherd Truro, died 4/2/1883. His estate worth £130. He left his wife, Sarah Smith nee RUSSELL, all of his personal estate and allotments in Truro. Most of his other real estate in trust for his wife, for her life and during her widowhood, his son Henry Smith labourer Round Flat Murray River, and his daughter Sarah MCFARLANE wife of John McFarlane boundary rider Round Flat, Murray River, during their lifetimes, then to his sons William Smith, Thomas Benjamin Smith and James Smith as tenants in common and in equal shares. [The will laid down procedures for dividing the land] The three brothers also received certain real estate of their own absolutely when their father died. William Smith's widow, Sarah Smith, died 26/9/1914 Truro, of carcinomatous ulcer on the knee joint, aged 85. Born in Somersetshire, England. To SA aged 12 years. Married aged 19 years. 2 sons and 4 daughters alive; 3 sons and 2 daughters deceased. Son Henry Smith labourer Overland Corner, died 17/12/1884 near Weston Flat near Morgan Murray River, by drowning from a steamer, aged 36. Sarah McFarlane widow of John McFarlane Murray River steamer captain Morgan, died 15/12/1930 Tarrawatta near Angaston, of myocardial failure and cardiac failure, aged 76. Born at Truro. Married aged 19 years. 4 sons and 4 daughters alive; 1 son and 3 daughters deceased. Her husband John McFarlane engineer Morgan, had died 11/1/1915 Kapunda intestate. He left a £20 estate. His son, Thomas Benjamin Smith 43 labourer Clare married Mary Ethel FITZPATRICK 25 domestic Melton Grove Balranald NSW (Born at Hatfield Balranald. Parents: James Fitzpatrick selector and Bridget Anne QUINN) on 7/5/1913 at Melton Grove D Hennessy RC priest. By 1914 when their son John Thomas Smith was born at Paramatta, TB Smith was a grazier at Cobar NSW. He died there 23/6/1914 intestate, leaving an estate of £525. By 1936, John Thomas Smith was a clerk of 16 Cathedral Place, East Melbourne Vic. Mary Ethel Smith remarried to Donald MCINTYRE 37 bachelor Truro (Born Truro; Father: John McIntyre) on 17/11/1919 RC Presbytery Kapunda. Witnesses: Benjamin Bambrick RUSSELL contractor Truro and Dorothy Eileen Russell home duties Truro [were they related to ME Smith's mother-in-law, Sarah Smith nee RUSSELL??] For several years, the Donald McIntyres lived at Truro, where he was a greengrocer. By 1922, the family had moved to 508 Wolfram Lane Broken Hill NSW, where Donald McIntyre was a labourer. Nurse MURRAY attended the birth of one of their children [Was she formerly at Mt Pleasant?] Mary Ethel McIntyre died 16/11/1922 587 Wolfram Lane Broken Hill intestate, of shock from burns wilfully inflicted by herself whilst in a state of temporary insanity by pouring kerosene over her clothing and setting fire to herself (Inquest 18/11/1922). She left her husband and two sons - Leo 2 years and Donald 4 months. His only surviving child, William Smith the Younger, was a farmer at Truro in 1937. His brother James Smith labourer Morgan 1927 not yet accounted for, William Smith the Younger's son, William Benjamin Smith was a motor salesman at Truro in 1935 then a registered bookmaker at Streaky Bay Application 28093

No 11

SMITH, William labourer Bowden 1853 Memorial 39/48

SMITH, William labourer Bowden 1857 Hundred of Alexandrina land grant Memorial 131/113

SMITH, William formerly labourer Bowden but now farmer Lacepede Bay 1863 Memorial 276/191

No 12

SMITH, William of Kooringa 1853 Memorial 168/57

No 13 - perhaps the same person

SMITH, William butcher Adelaide 1854 Memorial 466/61

SMITH, William butcher Morphett Vale 1867 Application 8460

No 14

SMITH, William servant to James Hamilton Esquire Adelaide 1854 Memorial 40/265

No 15

SMITH, William labourer Hilton 1854[-1859] Memorial 163/67

SMITH, William farmer Hilton 1856 West Torrens Land, Building and Investment Society member Memorial 102/103

SMITH, William labourer Hilton 1862[-1874] Memorial 59/184

No 16

SMITH, William butcher Pt Adelaide 1854[-1856] Memorial 339/68

SMITH, William butcher Pt Adelaide 1883 Application 19726

No 17

SMITH, William merchant Pt Adelaide 1856 Memorial 143/112

No 18

SMITH, William farmer Windsor 1855 Memorial 262/92

SMITH, William shoemaker Windsor 1861 Application 2496

SMITH, William shoemaker Windsor 1865 Memorial 306/201

SMITH, William storekeeper Hope Valley 1874 Memorial 80/275

No 19

SMITH, William farmer Clarendon. Hundred of Kuitpo land grant 1859 Grant Book 1 Page 302 County Adelaide

No 20

SMITH, William farmer Point Sturt 1861 Application 2095

No 21

SMITH, William shoemaker North Adelaide 1861 Application 2676

SMITH, William the Elder mason Penola 1864[-1878] Memorial 208/199

No 22

SMITH, William labourer Pt Adelaide 1865[-1867] Memorial 257/201

No 23

SMITH, William bricklayer Croydon 1867 Application 8752.

SMITH, William mason Croydon 1869 Memorial 10/237

SMITH, William brickmaker Croydon 1872 Memorial 18/263

SMITH, William builder William St, Croydon and Mary Ann Smith nee HARDY his wife. She was a sister to Emily Rose HARDY and Caroline Sarah Hardy spinsters Battersea, Surrey, England 1889 Application 21687

SMITH, William formerly bricklayer but then out of business Croydon, died 7/5/1913. Husband of Mary Ann Smith. Father of Elizabeth ENDERSBY (wife of William Endersby farmer Ardrossan) and Mary Ann Smith Memorial 19/469

SMITH, William bricklayer Croydon, died 7/5/1913. Estate worth £700. His first wife died when his daughter, Mary Ann Smith, was 7 years old (60 in 1923). His second wife called Mary Ann Smith. Two daughters - Elizabeth ENDERSBY wife of William Endersby, and Mary Ann Smith spinster formerly of Croydon, now of Norwood 1920. William Endersby died 3/5/1919 Application 26884

No 24

SMITH, William carter Pt Adelaide 1864 Application 5415

No 25

SMITH, William farmer Macedonia near Rhynie 1868 Application 9284

No 26 - perhaps a continuation of No 24

SMITH, William carter Le Fevre Peninsula 1870 Memorial 51/244

SMITH, William carter formerly of Le Fevre Peninsula but now of Richmond Vic 1871 Memorial 12/255

No 27

SMITH, William stockholder Isis Downs Queensland Hundred of Glen Roy land grant 1873 Grant Book 29 Page 290 County MacDonnell

SMITH, William of Isis Downs Qld and Jessie Smith his wife formerly Jessie LAWSON. Mrs Smith had an interest in land situated in the Hundred of Glen Roy 1887 Memorial 120/388

No 28

SMITH, William cabinetmaker Talbot Vic owned land in Parkside 1874 Memorial 217/277

No 29

SMITH, William farmer Smith Creek near Smithfield 1876[-1910] Memorial 209/293, Application 19195

SMITH, William the Elder farmer Smithfield, died 28/4/1912. Husband of Margaret Smith. Father of John Smith farmer Smithfield; also William Smith the Younger, Joseph Blake Smith, Margaret Oliver Smith, Anne Jane Smith, and Jessie Smith. Brother to James Nielson Smith farmer Fords Memorial 133/492

SMITH, William farmer Smithfield, died 28/4/1912. His son, John Smith, helped his father until his death in 1912. John Smith continued to live at Smithfield until 1943, when he moved to Culburra Application 28849

No 30

SMITH, William hawker Watervale 1876 Memorial 130/289

No 31

SMITH, William overseer Duck Ponds Moculta Hundred of Bagot land grant 1876 Grant Book 17 Page 231 County Eyre

No 32

SMITH, William bus proprietor Norwood 1877 Memorial 158/297

SMITH, William formerly cab proprietor Norwood 1871 but now farmer Balaklava 1878 Application 16796

No 33

SMITH, William surveyor Adelaide eldest son and heir at law of Joseph Smith of Allotment 247 Thebarton 1877. Joseph Smith publican Adelaide had bought the land in 1839. J Smith publican South Road died 24/5/1868 of heart disease aged 62 Memorial 206/312

No 34

SMITH, William eatinghouse keeper Bramfield Bramfield (Hundred of Ward) township allotment land grant 1877 Grant Book 48 Page 2 County Musgrave

No 35

SMITH, William boundary rider Naracoorte Hundred of Jessie land grant 1877 Grant Book 50 Page 258 County Robe

No 36

SMITH, William gardener Norton Summit 1878 Application 16609

No 37

SMITH, William doctor Auburn 1879 Memorial 154/335

No 38

SMITH William labourer Queenstown 1880 Application 18277

No 39

SMITH, William farmer Balaklava Co Gawler. Hundred of Hall land grant 1880 Grant Book 56 Page 213 County Stanley

No 40

SMITH, William farmer Cunliffe. Cunliffe (Hundred of Kadina) township allotment land grant 1881 Grant Book 14 Page 177 County Daly

SMITH, William farmer Penang. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1883 Grant Book 14 Page 242 County Daly

SMITH, William farmer Tiparra. Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1885 Grant Book 14 Page 420 County Daly

SMITH, William farmer Cunliffe. Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1886 Grant Book 14 Page 422 County Daly

No 41 – the Elder and the Younger

SMITH, William farmer Napperby. Trustee Wesleyan Methodist Church Hundred of Napperby Hundred of Napperby land grant 1882 Grant Book 60 Page 390 County Victoria

SMITH, William farmer Warnertown 1892 Memorial 140/412

SMITH, William the Younger farmer Warnertown 1892 Memorial 83/413

SMITH, William the Elder farmer Warnertown. Trustee Institute Warnertown Warnertown (Hundred of Napperby) township allotment land grant 1901[-1902] Grant Book 60 Page 417 & 418 County Victoria

No 42

SMITH, William farmer Belalie Co Victoria. Hundred of Gumbowie land grant 1884 Grant Book 40 Page 46 County Kimberley

No 43

SMITH, William farmer Narracoorte 1884 Memorial 246/360

No 44

SMITH, William the Younger farmer Monbulla Co Grey. Hundred of Comaum land grant 1884 Grant Book 50 Page 79 County Robe

No 45

SMITH, William of Ovingham 1894 Memorial 10/423

SMITH, William packer Ovingham 1895 Memorial 244/424

SMITH, William out of business formerly of Ovingham but now of Alberton 1902 Application 24348

No 46

SMITH, William labourer Bordertown. Hundred of Tatiara land grant 1897 Grant Book 7 Page 18 County Buckingham

No 47

SMITH, William farmer Nantawarra 1901 Memorial 121/443

No 48

SMITH, William gas stoker Bowden 1904 Application 24786

No 49

SMITH, William miller Mt Gambier 1913 Application 26232

No 50

SMITH, William farmer Echunga. Hundred of Kuitpo land grant 1919 Grant Book 2 Page 104 County Adelaide

No 51

SMITH, William farmer formerly of O'Halloran Hill then of Grong Grong NSW but now of near Two Wells 1922[-1922] Memorial 35/486

No 52

SMITH, William engineer Dulwich 1923 Memorial 30/489

No 1

SMITH, William Bacon farmer Lake Plains 1876 Memorial 119/289

SMITH, William Bacon farmer Lake Plains, died c1876. He left his estate under trust for the benefit of his wife, Ellen Smith, and his two children, William and Frances Smith. His wife and his brother-in-law, Richard Shaw DURBRIDGE, to be the trustees Memorial 24/294

SMITH, William Chapman farmer Virginia Hundred of Balaklava land grant 1881 Grant Book 26 Page 114 County Gawler

SMITH, William George farmer Kingston S-E 1927 Memorial 42/498

No 1

SMITH, William Henry formerly of the Burra Burra Mines Kooringa but now of the Main Road Ballarat Vic 1857 Memorial 111/119

No 2

SMITH, William Henry telegraph master Cowell trustee Institute Cowell Cowell (Hundred of Playford) township allotment land grant 1892 Grant Book 39 Page 83 County Jervois

No 3

SMITH, William Henry restaurant keeper Adelaide (Rundle St) and Louisa Smith his wife 1894 Memorial 194/422

No 4

SMITH, William Henry farmer Tarcowie. Hundred of Pekina land grant 1910 Grant Book 13 Page 174 County Dalhousie

SMITH, WH JP of Cowell 1888 Memorial 97/395

SMITH, William Howard & Sons Pty Ltd of King William St, Adelaide. Director; WG SPRIGG Secretary: JK LOTHERINGTON 1900 Memorial 163/441

SMITH, William Jack accountant Mt Gambier Hundred of Mt Muirhead land grant 1885 Grant Book 31 Page 201 County Grey

No 1

SMITH, William James farmer Lake Plains 1888 Memorial 221/390

SMITH, William James farmer Milang 1927 Memorial 191/497

SMITH, William James farmer Lake Plains father of William James Warren Smith farmer Milang 1935 Memorial 164/508

SMITH, William James formerly of Milang but then out of business Lockleys, died 23/6/1941. Father of William James Warren Smith farmer Milang, Gladys Christiana HOARE and Hazel Catherine BIRCH Memorial 172/515

No 1

SMITH, William John tinsmith Old Booleroo Hundred of Willowie land grant 1884 Grant Book 24 Page 745 County Frome

SMITH, William John farmer Melrose 1911 Memorial 225/464

SMITH, William Merdue teacher Undalya 1864 Memorial 55/195

SMITH, William Morris storekeeper Hindmarsh 1901, declared that he was 42 years old and had lived in the district all his life. He acted as an agent for various people, including Florence MOLONEY spinster Enfield who owned lot 12 at Brompton, her grandfather Eli JONES' former land Application 24271

SMITH, William Potter yeoman New Hamburgh near Strathalbyn 1855[-1862] Memorial 24/82, Application 3583

No 1

SMITH, William Stephen Elford of Moonta 1880 Memorial 219/322

SMITH, William Stephen Elford gentleman formerly of the Moonta Mines but then of 6 Grosvenor St, Stepney, died 14/2/1882. Executors and trustees: his brothers, Francis Isaac Smith accountant Mt Barker and Frederick Charles Smith machinist Mt Barkker Memorial 68/341

No 1

SMITH, William Thomas master mariner Pt Adelaide 1878 Memorial 40/308

SMITH, William Thomas mariner Le Fevre Peninsula, died 23/10/1881 His entire estate to his wife, Ann Simonds Smith, absolutely. Her son [probaby by a prior marriage] called George KIRM. By 1883, Mrs Smith was living at Kew Vic Memorials 125 & 178 & 250/347

No 2

SMITH, William Thomas storekeeper Langhorne Creek 1885[-1890] Application 20672

SMITH, WT JP of Langhorne Creek 1890 Memorial 238/400

No 1 – perhaps the same person

SMITH, William Thomas Cockrell the Younger farmer Freeling Hundred of Goyder land grant 1882 Grant Book 56 Page 415 County Stanley

SMITH, William Thomas Cockrell farmer Whitwarta Co Stanley. Hundred of Parilla land grant 1908 Grant Book 12 Page 93 County Chandos

No 1

SMITH, WR managing clerk for Messrs SYMON, ROUNSEVELL & SYMON solicitors Adelaide 1914 Memorial 84/471

SMITH, WR managing clerk to Messrs SYMON, BROWNE, SYMON & POVEY solicitors Adelaide 1920 Memorial 16/480

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

SMITH, William Walter baker Kingston S-E 1900[-1906] Memorial 212/441

SMITH, William Walter storekeeper Kensington, died 10/9/1931. Husband of Ann Smith Memorial 39/505

SMITH, William Walter storekeeper Kingston, died 10/9/1931 intestate. His estate worth £6,120. The whole estate to his wife, Ann Smith 1931 Application 27896

SMITH, William Walter grazier Kingston Lacepede Bay Institute trustee 1939 Application 28146

No 1

SMITH, William Wilson licensed victualler Ardrossan Hundred of Cunningham land grant 1877 Grant Book 19 Page 281 County Fergusson

SMITH, William Wilson hotelkeeper Kensington 1882 Memorial 95/344

No 1

SMITH, William Wood farmer Encounter Bay 1877 Memorial 216/297

SMITH, William Wood farmer Encounter Bay 1877 Application 15789.

SMITH, William Wood of Encounter Bay Hundred of Encounter Bay land grant 1888[-1892] Grant Book 36 Page 89 County Hindmarsh

SMITH, William Wood formerly farmer but now out of business Encounter Bay 1918 Application 26719

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

SMITHAM, Samuel farmer Sturt River 1853 Hundred of Munno Para land purchase Memorial 172/57

SMITHAM, Samuel farmer Marion on the Sturt 1862 Memorial 106/181

SMITHAM, Samuel farmer Munno Para 1857[-1867] Memorial 81/202

SMITHAM, Samuel and William farmers Peachey Belt 1865 Memorial 194/205

SMITHAM, Samuel farmer formerly of The Sturt 1853 now of Penfield 1868 Application 9054

SMITHAM, Samuel and William farmers Enfield 1890 Application 21808

No 1

SMITHERS, James Lea and Thomas GRIFFITHS farmers Noarlunga 1844 Memorial 264/3

SMITHERS, James Lea and Thomas GRIFFITHS farmers Section 358 near Adelaide 1844[-1847] Memorial 325/3

SMITHERS, James Lea gentleman Adelaide 1849 Memorial 382/100

SMITHERS, James Lea gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now of Melbourne Vic 1852 Memorial 279/43

SMITHERS, John farmer Kersbrook 1897 Application 23308

SMITHERS, Percy Kent clerk Joslin 1935, linked with Lionel Scott Smithers gardener Kersbrook Application 27974

No 1

SMITHIES, James Crossland stonemason and gardener Parilla. Hundred of Parilla land grant 1909 Grant Book 12 Page 95 County Chandos

SMITHIES, James Crossland farmer Parilla trustee Public Hall Parilla 1909 Grant Book 12 Page 113 County Chandos

SMITHSON, Esther widow Adelaide (Pt TA 347 Wakefield St) lived in a leased home which a DICKENS family formerly rented 1854[-1855] Memorial 453/71

No 1

SMITHSON, Joshua Esquire The Wakefield 1842 Memorial 29/402

SMITHSON, Joshua Esquire [formerly of The Wakefield but now of] Wakefield, Yorks, England 1851 Memorial 173/38

SMITS, HB law clerk Adelaide 1896 Memorial 241/427

SMOKER, Elizabeth Ann widow Stirling North [relict of John Smoker] Hundred of Davenport land grant 1897 Grant Book 24 Page 670 County Frome

SMOKER, Gilbert Flinders storeman 66 Osmond Tce, Norwood and Mary Adeline Smoker his wife 1953 Application 28930

No 1 - perhaps the same person

SMOKER, Thomas gardener Dry Creek 1850 Memorial 484/22

SMOKER, Thomas publican Adelaide 1853[-1854] Memorial 351/47

No 1 - perhaps the same person

SMOOTHEY, Abraham farmer Morphett Vale 1858 Memorial 136/134

SMOOTHEY, Abraham labourer Morphett Vale 1860 Application 1820

SMOOTHEY, Mrs widow Morphett Vale 1886 Application 21004

SMYTH, Andrew Thompson pattern maker Glanville 1880 Application 18005

SMYTH, Arthur Edward James grazier Salter Springs 1918[-1924] Memorial 107/476, Application 27281

No 1

SMYTH, Bernard farmer Nairne [Nain??]1853 Hundred of Belvidere land grant Memorial 354/160

SMYTH, Bernard farmer formerly of Nairne but now of Section 450 Hundred of Belvidere 1854 Memorial 423/72

SMYTH, Bernard farmer Hundred of Belvidere 1854 Hundred of Light land grant Memorial 243/157

SMYTH, Bernard farmer near Kapunda 1862 Memorial 296/180

SMYTH, Bernard farmer Bagot Gap 1862 Application 3280

SMYTH, Bernard farmer near Fords Station Co Light. Hundred of Booyoolie land grant 1877 Grant Book 60 Page 149 County Victoria

SMYTH, Bernard farmer Hoyle Plains Co Stanley. Hundred of Booleroo land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 620 County Frome

SMYTH, Charles Blackmore shoemaker Enfield 1853[-1857] Memorial 17/55

SMYTH, Charles Edward Owen superintendent of public buildings Adelaide 1901 Memorial 94/443

SMYTH, CH clerk to the Local Court Melrose 1864 Memorial 302/197

SMYTH, Charles John Burton clerk formerly of Pt Adelaide but now of Menzies WA and Ann Smyth his wife parents of Edward Burton Smyth of Menzies 1905 Memorial 128/454

No 1

SMYTH, David farmer Munno Para 1853 Memorial 186/54

SMYTH, David carpenter formerly of Munno Para but now of Melbourne Vic 1856 Memorial 218/105

SMYTH, David carpenter Melbourne Vic, power of attorney to Alexander McCLELLAND farmer Gawler Plains, to deal for him in selling land from Sections 3117, 3118 Gawler Plains Munno Para West, to the Gawler Town and Adelaide Railway Company for a new railway line 14/4/1856 Deposit 292/OA

SMYTH, David farmer formerly of the Hundred of Munno Para but now of Prahran Vic 1864 Memorial 324/195

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

SMYTH, David farmer near Rhynie linked with Robert Smyth farmer Little Para 1869 Memorial 141/241

SMYTH, David farmer Salt Springs, Alma Plains father of Sarah Jane Smyth spinster Little Para 1877 Memorial 168/302

SMYTH, David farmer Salter Springs 1881 Memorial 69/331

No 1 - probably mixture of the Elder and the Younger

SMYTH, Edward farmer Humphreys Springs linked with James Smyth farmer Humphreys Springs 1866 Memorial 142/212

SMYTH, Edward farmer Humphreys Springs 1908 Memorial 84/459

SMYTH, Edward farmer Alma Plains, died 4/12/1901 at Kapunda. Husband of Margaret Smyth. Father of Elizabeth Smyth spinster Alma Plains, Catherine CALLARY of Riverton, Margaret BURNS of Panaroo and Francis Smyth no description. Grandfather of Margaret Mary Smyth. Trustees: James Smyth farmer Alma Plains (Brother of Edward Smyth) and Thomas LEE Roman Catholic clergyman Marrabel. Estate worth £658 Memorial 186/445

SMYTH, Margaret widow of the late Edward Smyth farmer near Alma, died 8/5/1907, of senile decay, aged 75. Under her late husband's will, Mrs Smyth enjoyed a life interest in his farm. Upon her death, the property passed to his daughter, Elizabeth Agnes Smyth, provided she paid £100 each to her sisters Catherine CALLARY and Margaret BURNS, and £50 to his granddaughter, Margaret Mary Smyth, when she turned 18. Elizabeth Agnes Smyth 35 spinster Humphris Springs, married Andrew Joseph HORGAN 36 bachelor farmer Linwood (Father: John Horgan) on 6/2/1906 Tarlee RC Church Minister: Michael MAHER. Witnesses: John Horgan farmer and Nora Mary Horgan school teacher both Linwood. James Smyth farmer Alma Plains was one of the executors for Edward Smyth's estate Application 25555

SMYTH, Edward Burton engineer Forrest St, Kalgoorlie WA 1924 Memorial 35/490

SMYTH, Frances Newbold widow Adelaide took on a 7-year lease of the Devonshire Hotel, Mintaro, at £130 a year, from John SMITH farmer Mintaro 1874 Memorial 8/276

SMYTH, Frederick French hotelkeeper Mitcham 1900[-1902] Memorial 140/441

SMYTH, George shoemaker Adelaide 1854 Memorial 30/74

SMYTH, Herbert Ralph gentleman Adelaide Co Adelaide. Jamestown (Hundred of Belalie) township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 60 Page 137 County Victoria

No 1

SMYTH, Hibernia agriculturalist Adelaide 1837 Memorial 268/8

SMYTH, Hibernia agriculturalist North Adelaide and Sarah Smyth his wife 1839 Memorial 269/8

SMYTH, Hugh farmer Little Para, died 1869. He left his entire estate to his wife, Christina Elizabeth Smyth Memorial 102/244

No 1 - likely to be a family connection

SMYTH, James farmer Little Para 1877 Memorial 101/299

SMYTH, James farmer formerly of Echuca Vic but now of Cookardinia NSW 1879 Memorial 164/314

No 1 - perhaps the same person

SMYTH, John of the Upper Wakefield 1873 Memorial 98/264

SMYTH, John labourer near Mintaro Co Stanley. Hundred of Yangya land grant 1878 Grant Book 60 Page 92 County Victoria

No 2 - perhaps the same person

SMYTH, John farmer Undalya Co Light. Hundred of Willochra land grant 1888 Grant Book 24 Page 549 County Frome

SMYTH, John farmer Wilmington 1892 Memorial 132/415

SMYTH, John K wool broker Melbourne Vic 1868 Memorial 176/233

SMYTH, Joseph farmer Laura. Hundred of Caltowie land grant 1881 Grant Book 60 Page 194 County Victoria

SMYTH, Norman David farmer Salter Springs 1893 Memorial 16/422

No 1

SMYTH, Patrick farmer Farrrell Flat Hundred of Ayers land grant 1870 Grant Book 56 Page 191 County Stanley

SMYTH, Patrick farmer Farrell Flat farmer Terowie Hundred of Terowie land grant 1879[-1880] Grant Book 40 Page 9 County Kimberley

No 2

SMYTH, Patrick farmer Carrieton Co Dalhousie 1886 Memorial 92/377

SMYTH, Richard farmer Little Para 1849 Memorial 112/17

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

SMYTH, Robert farmer Little Para. Hundred of Yatala land grant 1851[-1854] Grant Book 1 Page 63 County Adelaide

SMYTH, Robert farmer Bloomfield. Hundred of Yatala land grant 1851 Grant Book 1 Page 64 County Adelaide

SMYTH, Robert farmer Bloomfield Little Para 1853 Memorial 387/52

SMYTH, Robert farmer Little Para 1854 Memorial 258/90

SMYTH, Robert farmer Bloomfield near Gawler 1857 Memorial 98/120

SMYTH, Robert farmer Bloomfield on the Little Para and William Smyth his son 1867 Memorial 127/218

SMYTH, Robert farmer Little Para linked with David Smyth farmer Salt Springs, Alma Plains father of Sarah Jane Smyth of the Little Para who would turn 21 on 3/9/1877 1869 Memorial 102/241

SMYTH, Robert the Elder farmer Little Para father of James Smyth farmer Gould Creek. Robert Smyth the Younger of Greenfield also mentioned 1869 Memorial 175/241

SMYTH, Robert Senr and Junr farmers Little Para 1869 Application 10188

SMYTH, Robert the Elder farmer Little Para 1869 Memorial 18/243

SMYTH, Robert the Elder farmer Bloomfield, Tea Tree Gully, died 7/7/1871 Memorial 25/256

SMYTH, Robert the Elder farmer Bloomfield Farm Tea Tree Gully, died c1872. His widow, Jane Smyth, to receive £60 a year for life from the income of Bloomfield Farm which his two sons, James and Robert Smyth the Younger, inherited equally as tenants in common. The testator's other farm, Orangefield Farm (Sections 1, 2, Hundred of Yatala and Sections 5574 and 5621 Para Special Survey) to go into trust for sale to pay the expenses and legacies of the estate Memorial 53/261

SMYTH, Robert farmer Bloomfield Tea Tree Gully, died 7/7/1871 Salter Springs. He left his wife Jane Smyth a life interest in the real estate, including a farm called Orangefield Farm (Section 5574 Hundred of Yatala). After her death, the estate to go to his two sons, Robert and James Smyth in equal shares as tenants in common. Jane Smyth widow Golden Grove, died 7/10/1882, of senile decay, aged 86 Application 27929

SMYTH, Robert farmer Golden Grove 1879 Memorial 36/316

SMYTH, Robert farmer Golden Grove, died 24/9/1887. His daughter, Elizabeth Rutherford Smyth, died 27/1/1884. Family as at 1903 - Elizabeth Smyth widow Golden Grove, Jane McDowell HARPER wife of Alexander Harper farmer Golden Grove, Isabella Margaret BARTLE wife of Robert Bartle farmer Brine Vic, Ellen Mary REHN wife of John Rehn farmer Golden Grove, Violet Rae WURFEL wife of Friedrich Wurfel farmer Brine Vic, David Hugh Cunningham Smyth farmer Golden Grove, Adelaide Amelia Smyth spinster Golden Grove, James Herbert Smyth farmer Golden Grove, Robina Cecilia May ADAM wife of Matthew Adam dancing master Adelaide, OIiver John Little Smyth farmer Golden Grove, and Percival Thomas Smyth farmer Golden Grove Memorial 34/450

SMYTH, Elizabeth widow Golden Grove 1904 Application 24762

No 1

SMYTH, Robert Staples storekeeper East Wellington 1875[-1876] Memorial 191/284

SMYTH, Robert Staples storekeeper East Wellington and Christiana Smyth his wife daughter of John Gordon MCPHERSON storekeeper East Wellington who died c1860 and Margaret McPherson who died 25/10/1883 Memorial 100/359

SMYTH, Robert Staples gentleman Strathalbyn and Christina Smyth his wife 1909 Application 25613

SMYTH, Thomas of Humphreys Springs 1865 Memorial 264/201

No 1

SMYTH, William of SA 1851 Memorial 383/32

SMYTH, William pilot Pt Adelaide 1854[-1855] Memorial 349/78

SMYTH, William mariner Pt Adelaide 1858 Memorial 401/147

No 2

SMYTH, William gentleman Adelaide 1853[-1859] Memorial 258/51

SMYTH, William gentleman Adelaide 1855 Memorial 1830/90

SMYTH, William draper Adelaide 1855[-1857] Hundred of Nangkita land grant Memorial 283/91

SMYTH, William formerly draper Adelaide but now gentleman Norwood 1865 Memorial 55/202

SMYTH, William draper Adelaide 1878 Memorial 149/307

No 3

SMYTH, William of Gawler 1853 Memorial 427/48

SMYTH, William farmer Gawler 1854 Memorial 276/71

SMYTH, William teamster Lower Wakefield 1856 Memorial 211/111

SMYTH, William farmer formerly of near Gawler but now of Pine Creek near Auburn 1857 Memorial 200/130

SMYTH, William farmer Pine Creek Upper Wakefield Hundred of Saddleworth land grant 1857 Grant Book 44 Page 329 County Light

SMYTH, WIlliam farmer formerly of Gawler but now of the Wakefield near Auburn 1860[-1866] Memorial 78/167

SMYTH, William farmer Pine Creek Upper Wakefield 1862 Application 3127.

SMYTH, William farmer Pine Creek near Undalya Lower Wakefield Special Survey 1864 Memorial 55/195

SMYTH, William farmer Pine Creek 1869 Memorial 145/243

SMYTH, WIlliam farmer near Undalya 1871 Memorial 246/252

No 4

SMYTH, William farmer Fairview Farm Hundred of Yatala and Susan Loveday Smyth his wife 1867 Memorial 14/230

SMYTH, William farmer Lower Dry Creek, died 8/4/1868, of stomach and liver disease, aged 46. His name linked with Robert SMYTH farmer Little Para [the Elder] Application 12265

No 5

SMYTH, William of Wilmington, power of attorney to Edwin George BLEECHMORE auctioneer Auburn, to manage the affairs of the estate of the late John PLACE farmer Auburn 12/3/1881 Deposit 61/1881

No 1 - the Elder

SMYTH, William Henry [the Elder] mariner Le Fevre Peninsula 1860 Memorial 350/163

SMYTH, William Henry the Elder farmer formerly of Le Fevre Peninsula then of Western River Kangaroo Island, died 12/7/1859 intestate. His only surviving son and heir at law - William Henry Smyth the Younger farmer formerly of Le Fevre Peninsula but now of Pt Augusta 1882 Memorial 8/339

SMYTH, William Henry master mariner married Sarah nee ? at Government House, Western Australia. He brought his wife some tim afterwards to SA aboard his schooner DAPHNE. The family lived on Le Fevre Peninsula, then WH Smyth became a farmer at Western River, Kangaroo Island. He died 12/7/1859 intestate, lung disease, aged 43, and his widow remarried to Thomas SHRIVES farmer Pt Pirie. She died there 14//1877. 5 sons and 2 daughters of the Smyth marriage. Eldest son George Smyth, died at Pt Adelaide, aged 5 years. 3 other sons also died in infancy, leaving only William Henry Smyth of Terowie and later Pt Augusta farmer, as his heir at law. Margaret Amelia LEAL wife of James Frederick LEAL engine driver Terowie, was one of the daughters. 1883 Application 19865

SMYTH, William Henry Senr of Western River, Kangaroo Island, died 12/7/1859 intestate, of lung disease, aged 43. His wife, Sarah Smyth nee HIGGINS, gave birth to his son and heir at law, William Henry Smyth Junr on 20/5/1859. In 1877, William Henry Smyth Junr was a labourer at Pt Pirie. His mother, Sarah Smyth, had remarried to Thomas SHRIVES, on 26/11/1860 at Yankalilla, later of Pt Pirie. She died 14/5/1877 Pt Pirie. The WH Smyth Senrs also had a daughter who was still living in 1882. Bridget MCGORM of Exeter near Pt Adelaide wife of John McGorm master of the ketch Amelia now trading between Pt Adelaide and Kangaroo Island 1882, declared that she had been great friends with the Smyth family and stayed with them for 9 months on Kangaroo Island. The Smyths had arrived in SA from the Swan River in 1849. After some time at Pt Adelaide as a pilot, WH Smyth Senr had settled on Kangaroo Island as a farmer 1882 Application 19472

No 2 - the Younger

SMYTH, William Henry [the Younger] labourer Pt Pirie 1877[-1882] Memorial 52/302

SMYTH, William Henry Junr labourer and mail driver Pt Augusta West 1882 Application 19472

SMYTH, WC clerk Adelaide 1881 Memorial 235/332

No 1

SMYTHE, Charles Henry clerk of the local court Pt Lincoln 1858 Memorial 134/143

SMYTHE, Charles Henry postmaster Pt Lincoln 1859 Memorial 252/151

SMYTHE, Charles Henry clerk of the local court Melrose 1862 Memorial 13/183

SMYTHE, Charles Henry clerk of the local court Melrose trustee Public Cemetery Melrose Hundred of Wongyarra land grant 1864 Grant Book 23 Page 80 County Frome

No 1

SMYTHE, Herbert Ralph stockholder Adelaide, power of attorney to Frederick William SMYTHE gentleman Adelaide, to collect any money due to him from his father Henry Smythe, which executor Richard Altamont Smythe of Lauragh, Queen’s County, Ireland, is about to remit to SA 16/4/1878 Deposit 188/1878

SMYTHE, HR liquidator of the New Woodside Gold Co of Waymouth St, Adelaide 1883 Memorial 113/354

SMYTHE, Herbert Ralph land agent Adelaide 1883[-1913] Memorial 7/354

No 1 - perhaps the same person

SMYTHE, John farmer Hindmarsh Island 1857 Memorial 77/129

SMYTHE, John farmer Hundred of Upper Wakefield 1873 Memorial 98/264

No 1

SMYTHE, William gentleman Adelaide. He had an interest in the New Cornwall Mine near Wallaroo 1861[-1864] Memorial 310/172

SMYTHE, William accountant formerly of Adelaide but late of Goolwa, died 18/12/1865. Estate worth £300. His whole estate to his widow, Mary Harriet Smythe, absolutely Application 24265

SMYTHE, William no description died 18/12/1865. His widow, Mary Harriet Smythe, had become a bankrupt by 1867 Memorial 167/219

SMYTHE, Mary Harriet widow formerly of Goolwa but now of Adelaide, became a bankrupt in 1866 Memorial 104/227

No 1

SMYTHE, William Frederick agent Adelaide 1878[-1882] Memorial 182/309

SMYTHE, William Frederick land agent Adelaide Co Adelaide. Carrieton (Hundred of Eurelia) township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 13 Page 300 County Dalhousie

SMYTHE, William Frederick Fortescue land agent Adelaide (South Tce), died 28/4/1882, of phthisis, aged 36 Application 22524

SMYTHE, WT undertaker's clerk Pitt St, Adelaide 1912 Application 26319

SMYTHERMAN, Samuel safe maker Adelaide 1885 Application 20461

No 1

SNARR, William farmer Woodside 1852[-1854] Memorial 39/40

SNARR, William builder Woodside 1854 Memorial 112/73

SNARR, William publican Adelaide (Freemason's Tavern Pirie St) 1857[-1861] Memorial 338/128

SNARR, William gentleman Adelaide 1862 Memorial 108/181

No 1

SNARY, William farmer Macclesfield 1858 Memorial 33/148

SNAREY/SNARY, William labourer Bugle Ranges, died 3/2/1862, of atrophy, aged 53. Husband of Ann Snarey. They had only one child - Mary Ann Snarey, who married George WALKER labourer Bugle Ranges. Apparently, Ann Snary moved to Mt Barker after her husband died Application 26779

No 1

SNASHALL, Thomas labourer Gawler River 1857 Memorial 338/132

SNASHALL, Thomas formerly labourer Gawler River 1857 but now farmer Hill River 1866 Application 7430

No 1

SNEATH, Henry John carpenter Robe S-E 1923 Memorial 119/487

SNEATH, Henry John carpenter and builder Robe, aged 60 years in 1937 Application 28103

SNEATH, James Edward labourer Robe 1898[-1932] Memorial 209/435

No 1

SNEATH, Stanley John fisherman Mt Benson 1944 Memorial 121/518

SNEATH, Stanley John fisherman formerly of Mt Benson but now of Robe S-E 1947 Memorial 54/521

No 1

SNEDDON, John limeburner Nailsworth 1876 Application 14854

SNEDDON, John labourer Nailsworth 1880 Application 1809781

SNEDDON, John labourer Prospect 1895, declared that he came to live there in 1860 Application 22836

SNEDDON, William blacksmith Narracoorte 1880 Memorial 121/324

SNELL, Alfred miner Burra Burra Mine 1858[-1859] Memorial 16/143

SNELL, Edward engineer Kensington 1850 Memorial 71/31

No 1

SNELL, Edwin Saunders farmer Mt Barker 1853 Memorial 291/141

SNELL, Edwin Saunders labourer Mt Barker Springs 1858 Memorial 207/146

SNELL, Edwin Saunders labourer formerly of Mt Barker Springs but now of Mt Gambier 1906 Memorial 117/455

SNELL, Francis Albert blocker Sutherlands 1900 Grant Book 17 Page 202 County Eyre

SNELL, George Howard motor body builder 11 David St, Hendon 1945[-1951] Memorial 199/518, Application 28639

No 1

SNELL, James farmer Windsor 1884 Memorial 3/363

SNELL, James farmer Windsor near Walkerville 1887 Memorial 150/388

SNELL, James Edward grocer Parkside 1888 Memorial 188/394

SNELL, James Martin butcher Kingston S-E 1871 Memorial 203/256

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

SNELL, John farmer Mt Barker 1848 Memorial 197/10

SNELL, John the Elder farmer Mt Barker Springs 1853 Memorial 402/53

SNELL, John farmer Mt Barker Creek 1853 Hundred of Strathalbyn land grant Memorial 66/58

SNELL, John the Elder and Younger farmers The Springs Mt Barker District 1857 Memorial 342/120

SNELL, John the Elder farmer Mt Barker Springs and Edwin Saunders Snell labourer of the same place 1858 Memorial 207/146

SNELL, John farmer Mt Barker Springs 1868 Application 9526

No 2

SNELL, John miner Kooringa 1863[-1866] Memorial 262/188

SNELL, John of Kooringa 1874 Memorial 205/277

SNELL, John storekeeper Kooringa 1878[-1902] Memorial 217/312

SNELL, John storekeeper Kooringa. Kooringa Primitive Methodist Chapel trustee 1886 Memorial 5/383

SNELL, John jeweller Kooringa 1902 Kooringa Methodist Church trustee Application 28412

SNELL, John storekeeper Kooringa, died 20/3/1914. Estate worth £200. Husband of Jane Snell. Father of Joseph Snell miner Broken Hill NSW and Johnny Michael Snell printer Adelaide. Grandfather of Alice Maude WILLIAMS Memorial 176/485

No 3

SNELL, John of Greens Plains East. Paskeville (Hundred of Kulpara) township allotment land grant 1884 Grant Book 14 Page 199 County Daly

No 4

SNELL, John undertaker George St, Moonta 1888 Application 21751

No 1

SNELL, John Rundle miner Kapunda 1858 Memorial 231/146

SNELL, John Rundle licensed victualler Kapunda 1873 Memorial 155/311

No 1

SNELL, Joseph RC clergyman Morphett Vale 1856 Memorial 20/106

No 2

SNELL, Joseph sawyer Kooringa 1879 Memorial 218/325

SNELL, Joseph miner Kooringa 1892 Memorial 219/415

SNELL, Joseph miner formerly of Kooringa but now of Broken Hill NSW 1920 Memorial 9/480

SNELL, Joseph shift boss Broken Hill NSW, died 6/6/1925. Husband of Susan Jane Snell. Father of Thomas Herbert Garfield Snell business manager Broken Hill NSW Memorials 74 & 75/496

SNELL, Peter innkeeper Adelaide (Rundle St) 1851 Memorial 36/36

No 1

SNELL, Richard gardener Kooringa 1888[-1902] Memorial 44/392

SNELL, Richard gardener Kooringa 1891 Kooringa Wesleyan Methodist Church trustee Application 28412

SNELL, Mary Anna widow Kooringa 1906 Memorial 173/455

No 1

SNELL, Samuel brickmaker Gawler 1860[-1863] Memorial 164/181

SNELL, Samuel brickmaker [formerly of Gawler but now of] Allen Creek near Kapunda 1868[-1873] Memorial 143/234

SNELL, Samuel brickmaker formerly of Gawler but now of Kapunda 1873 Memorial 210/265

SNELL, Samuel gentleman Collinsfield, died 9/4/1883. The trustees to sell his entire estate and share the proceeds equally amongst his daughters - Harriet ANEAR widow of the late George Anear mason Riverton, Ellen GITSHAM wife of George Gitsham stationmaster Stockport, Elizabeth DALINSON wife of William Henry Dalinson farmer near Kingston and Jane Mary MARTIN wife of John Hearle MARTIN farmer Collinsfield Memorial 185/351

SNELL, Thomas farmer Cox Creek 1851[-1858] Memorial 192/34

No 1

SNELL[wrongly spelt SNALL], William miner Staughton village near Mt Barker. Staughton Primitive Methodist Chapel trustee 1850 Memorial 260/28

SNELL, William mining captain Mt Barker 1851[-1856] Hundred of Pt Adelaide land grant Memorial 344/47

SNELL, William miner Staughton 1855 Memorial 5/81

SNELL, William yeoman Callington on the Bremer 1856 Memorial 243/109

SNELL, William miner Moonta Mines 1883. Probably formerly of Callington Application 19941

SNELL, William miner Kadina, died 17/4/1887. Widow alluded to but not named. Father of Stephen Lean Snell of Kadina. Executor; Robert John NOBES accountant Kadina Memorial 14/399

SNELL, William miner Kadina, died 17/4/1887. His widow, Mary Snell, died 1/5/1889. The Snells owned land in Hartley on the Bremer Memorial 205/400

SNELL, Mary widow of William Snell mining captain Kadina, died 1/5/1889 Kadina, of pulmonary emphysema, aged 67 1889 Application 21709

No 2

SNELL, William pastoralist Salisbury 1930 Application 27791

SNELL, William Henry brickmaker Gawler 1864 Application 5765

No 1 - perhaps the same person

SNELLGROVE, Charles of Willunga 1859 Memorial 115/158

SNELLGROVE, Charles licensed victualler Greenock purchased the remainder of the lease for the Buck's Head Hotel North Tce Adelaide (Pt TA 3 Adelaide) for £200 from George Purcey BADMAN 1880. C Snellgrove remained at the Buck's Head until 1883, when he sold the remainder of the underlease for '£10 and divers other good considerations' to Johann Ferdinand Angus THIEL licensed victualler Adelaide Memorials 197/328, 125/351

No 1

SNELLGROVE, George farmer Victoria Creek. Hundred of Barossa land grant 1857 Grant Book 1 Page 48 County Adelaide

SNELLGROVE, George innkeeper Victoria Hotel Victoria Creek 1857[-] Memorial 116/116

SNELLGROVE, George licensed victualler Williamstown 1871 Memorial 8/252

SNELLGROVE, George the Elder gentleman Williamstown, died 9/2/1896. His daughter, Louisa BAIN wife of John Bain labourer Williamstown, died 5/8/1907, of a cerebral hoemorrhage, aged 60. Her youngest daughter, Alice May Bain, born 9/5/1889 Yatta Creek, had married a Mr PATTERSON of Mt Crawford by 1910. Richard Snellgrove watchmaker formerly of Fremantle WA now of Beverley WA 1910, was a son of George Snellgrove Applications 25793 & 25794

SNELLGROVE, Richard watchmaker Gawler. He sold the business to Daniel Christopher LYNCH watchmaker Gawler 1882[-1885] Memorials 213/346, 170/367

SNELLGROVE, William Chelsea Hospital Out pensioner Adelaide 1851 Memorial 389/32

SNELGROVE, William farmer Section 2879 near Philcox Hill 1854 Memorial 447/65 Farmer Section 2879 Hundred of Strathalbyn 1854[-1859] Memorial 371/66

SNELGROVE, William farmer pt Section 2879 near Philcox Hill 1856 Memorial 220/103

No 1

SNELL, John Rundle miner Kapunda Co Light. Kadina (Hundred of Kadina) township allotment land grant 1861 Grant Book 14 Page 35 County Daly

SNELL, John Rundle labourer Kadina. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1881 Grant Book 14 Page 66 County Daly

No 1

SNELLING, Alfred corn factor Gawler 1850 Memorial 177/20

SNELLING, Alfred and Henry corn factors Adelaide 1849[-1852] Memorial 259/19

No 2 - possibly a continuation of No 1

SNELLING, Alfred publican Farrier's Arms Sturt River and Martha Snelling his wife formerly Martha HANNINGTON formerly of The Meadows widow of the late Charles Smith Hannington deceased 1856 Memorial 135/120

No 3

SNELLING, Alfred wood contractor Queenscliffe Kangaroo Island. Hundred of Menzies land grant 1906 Grant Book 11 Page 63 County Carnarvon

SNELLING, Alfred farmer near Queenscliffe Kangaroo Island Kangaroo Island. Hundred of Menzies land grant 1909 Grant Book 11 Page 65 County Carnarvon

SNELLING, George farmer Queenscliffe Kangaroo Island. Hundred of Menzies land grant 1905 Grant Book 11 Page 62 County Carnarvon

No 1 - probably the same person

SNELLING, Henry farmer Section 259 Survey B [Stepney] 1842 Memorial 476/8

SNELLING, Henry merchant Adelaide (Currie St)1847[-1848] Memorial 246/8

SNELLING, Henry corn factor Adelaide 1850[-1851] Memorial 484/27

SNELLING, Henry farmer Rapid Bay. He leased farm land from William Randall of Rapid Bay 1857 Memorial 1998/115

No 2

SNELLING, Henry tinsmith Riverton 1870 Application 11136

SNELLING, Henry tinsmith Kapunda, died 27/7/1927 Memorial 141/500

SNELLING, Richard Henry corn factor Gawler 1850 Memorial 178/20

SNELLING, Rowland farmer Kangaroo Island 1908 Grant Book 11 Page 65 County Carnarvon

SNEWIN, Frederick of the SS Penola Pt Adelaide 1866 Memorial 30/209

SNEWIN, Frederick Peter master mariner Pt Adelaide 1871 Application 11236

No 1

SNEYD, George coachmaker Glen Osmond Road 1856 Memorial 304/107

SNEYD, George formerly coachmaker Glen Osmond Road but now innkeeper Robe 1861 Memorial 106/177

SNEYD, George publican Robe Hundred of Waterhouse land grant 1862 Grant Book 50 Page 19 County Robe

SNEYD, George licensed victualler near Robe 1865[-1870] Memorial 140/203, Application 10607

No 1

SNEYD, George Coleman saddler Kingston Rosetown (Hundred of Lacepede) township allotment land grant 1877 Grant Book 29 Page 216 County MacDonnell

SNEYD, George Coleman saddler Kingston S-E 1879 Memorial 89/318

SNEYD, PG postmaster Woodside 1918 Memorial 172/477

SNEYD, Sydney Lawrence Coke farmer Yankalilla 1932 Memorial 86/506

SNEYD, William Albert draper Adelaide (Rundle St) 1913 Memorial 128/469

SNIBSON, John miner Campbell Creek Vic 1857 Memorial 94/120

SNIGG, Michael farmer Grace Plains Co Gawler. Hundred of Caltowie land grant 1877 Grant Book 60 Page 184 County Victoria

SNIGG, Thomas railway porter Cockburn 1893 Memorial 76/417

No 1

SNODGRASS, David farmer Mt Torrens Hundred of Dalkey land grant 1864 Grant Book 26 Page 226 County Gawler

No 2

SNODGRASS, David farmer Wallaroo. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1904[-1905] Grant Book 14 Page 95 County Daly

SNODGRASS, George farmer near Truro Co Eyre. Hundred of Crystal Brook land grant 1879 Grant Book 60 Page 229 County Victoria

No 1

SNODGRASS, Hugh farmer Hundred of Talunga. Hundred of Talunga land grant 1856 Grant Book 1 Page 251 County Adelaide

SNODGRASS, Hugh farmer Mt Torrens 1858 Memorial 194/136

SNODGRASS, Hugh farmer Tweedvale near Mt Torrens [Section 6248 Hundred of Talunga], died 4/10/1863. He left estate to his children - David Snodgrass farmer near Mt Torrens (eldest son), Mary RAMSAY nee Snodgrass wife of John Ramsay farmer Freeling, Margaret Snodgrass and Lilias Snodgrass spinsters Mt Torrens Memorial 10/205

SNODGRASS, Hugh farmer late of Broad Vale Section 5627 Hundred of Talunga [near Gumeracha] deceased 1863 Application 4753

No 1 - perhaps the same person

SNODGRASS, James farmer Bloom Hill near Truro 1857 Memorial 130/128

SNODGRASS, James farmer near Waterloo 1868 Memorial 102/233

No 1

SNOOK, Charles of Brompton 1854 Memorial 480/69

SNOOK, Charles carrier Brompton 1855[-1894] Memorial 30/94

SNOOK, Charles carrier Chief St, Brompton 1896 Application 23069

No 2

SNOOK, Charles farmer near Riverton Hundred of Alma land grant 1864[-1865] Grant Book 26 Page 41 County Gawler

SNOOK, Richard carpenter Adelaide 1878[-1885] Memorial 130/307

SNOOK, Thirza Eliza spinster formerly of Adelaide, but now of Wentworth NSW, power of attorney to Thomas William HALL importer Adelaide, to manage her SA business affairs 23/8/1882 Deposit 200/1882

No 1

SNOOKE, Clement Conrad baker Kensington 1850 Memorial 422/23

SNOOKE, Clement baker Kensington, in business partnership with Walter WALDIE 1850 Application 13113

No 1

SNOOKE, John merchant Adelaide 1840 became a bankrupt on 13/4/1842 Application 16276

SNOOKE, John merchant Adelaide, declared bankrupt in 1842. John BAKER and James FREW were the chief creditors. Snooke had to surrender all the real and personal estate of the said insolvent at the time he so became insolvent both within this province and without except the wearing apparel, bedding and other necessaries of the insolvent and his family and the working tools and implements of such insolvent which are particularly to be described … not exceeding in the whole the value of £30' Memorials 222 & 223/89

SNOOKE, John formerly merchant Adelaide but now of elsewhere [unspecified] and insolvent 1850 Memorial 274/22

No 1

SNOOKE, William Henry schoolmaster New Hamburgh 1854 Memorial 485/65

SNOOKE, William Henry formerly schoolmaster New Hamburgh 1854 now clerk Adelaide (Angas St) 1863 Application 4689

No 1

SNOSWELL, John farmer Willunga 1847 Memorial 135/9

SNOSWELL, John boat builder Le Fevre Peninsula 1854[-1855] Memorial 427/71

SNOSWELL, John farmer formerly of Pt Adelaide but now of Willunga 1862 Memorial 81/186

SNOSWELL, John farmer Willunga (Section 216 Hundred of Willunga). Husband of Eliza Snoswell. Father to at least three children; of whom John Mouryland Snoswell was the eldest son). Daughters Eliza and Jane Snoswell also mentioned by name. John Snoswell also owned real estate at Bridgwater on Le Fevre Peninsula, at Encounter Bay and on the Mt Remarkable Mining Co land at Mt Remarkable Memorial 116/369

SNOSWELL, John licensed victualler Pt Adelaide, died 4/9/1873. The widow, Eliza Snoswell, and his eldest son, John Mourylan Snoswell saddler Adelaide, to be the executors. Children Eliza and William John Snoswell to get Section 216 Hundred of Willunga, upon the death or remarriage of their mother. Other children, JM Snoswell, Amy and Jane Snoswell, to inherit 3 allotments in the township of Bridgwater on Le Fevre Peninsula, also allotments at Encounter Bay and several sections at Mt Remarkable from the Trustees of the Mt Remarkable Mining Company. [Apparently, there must have been 2 marriages] Enrolment 50/51

SNOSWELL, Eliza widow Pt Adelaide, died c1873. She left her entire estate in trust for the benefit of her children - Eliza Snoswell and William John Snoswell Memorial 80/271

SNOSWELL, Eliza widow Pt Adelaide, died 6/1/1874. Executors John Phillis BUSHELL farmer Kent Farm Mt Pleasant and Mark MEAD butcher Pt Adelaide. All the real and personal estate to be sold and put into trust, except her jewellery which went to her daughter, Eliza Snoswell,, and her late husband John Snoswell’s silver watch, which went to her son, William John Snoswell. The trust to be used for the support of her children until they turn 21, then the trust fund to be divided equally between them. Estate worth £200 Enrolment 57/51

SNOSWELL, Eliza wife of John Snoswell publican Pt Adelaide, died 6/1/1874 Davis St Adelaide, of liver disease and brain effusion, aged 40. Daughter Jane Snoswell 22 Adelaide, married John Henry EDWARDS 23 bachelor saddler Adelaide (Father: John Edwards) on 10/3/1870, John KITHER’s home Norwood. Minister: John WITHER. Witnesses: Benjamin ELLIS agent Adelaide and Charles BROWN draper Kent Town. Daughter Amy Snoswell 26 spinster Hindmarsh, married John RICHARDSON 21 bachelor labourer Hindmarsh (Father: John Richardson), on 2/11/1872 John H EDWARDS home Hindmarsh. Minister: Jesse COLFOURNE. Witnesses: John Henry Edwards saddler Hindmarsh, and Jane Edwards Hindmarsh. By 1882, the Edwardses lived at Hackney, and the Richardsons had gone to Laura, where John was a brickmaker. Jane Snoswell’s son, John Mourylan Snoswell, was a saddler at Curramulka Application 19391

SNOSWELL, John 36 widower boatbuilder married Eliza CURRY 22 spinster on 20/5/1856 at Holy Trinity Adelaide. Witnesses: John MILLWOOD and Matilda HAYMAN. Daughter Eliza Snoswell born 22/9/1860 Willunga, where John Snoswell was now a farmer. Son William John Snoswell born 1/6/1862 Willunga. Eliza Snoswell widow Pt Adelaide, died c1873 most likely later. Her daughter was a spinster Pt Adelaide; her son, WJ Snoswell, was a painter Pt Adelaide 1883 Application 19904

No 1

SNOSWELL, John Mourylan saddler Adelaide Co Adelaide. Yatina (Hundred of Yatina) township allotment land grant 1874 Grant Book 13 Page 4 County Dalhousie

SNOSWELL, John Mourylan saddler Grenfell St, Adelaide 1875. Linked with Amy RICHARDSON wife of John Richardson watchmaker Laura, Jane EDWARDS wife of John Henry Edwards; probably children of the late John Snoswell Application 14464

SNOSWELL, John Mourylan saddler Adelaide 1876 Memorial 151/289

SNOSWELL, John Mourylan farmer Curramulka 1885 Memorial 199/369

No 1

SNOSWELL, William John painter Pt Adelaide linked with Eliza Snoswell spinster Pt Adelaide [Probably brother and sister children of the late Mrs Eliza Snoswell] 1883 Memorial 232/360

SNOSWELL, William John labourer Fisherville near Semaphore 1895 Application 22867

SNOW, Charles Mosely clerk Adelaide 1902 Application 24383

No 1

SNOW, Francis watchmaker Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1879 Grant Book 14 Page 237 County Daly

SNOW, Francis watchmaker Adelaide Bramfield (Hundred of Ward) township allotment land grant 1879 Grant Book 48 Page 4 County Musgrave

No 1

SNOW, Francis Hugh patent agent Adelaide 1886 Memorial 202/374

SNOW, Francis Hugh merchant and patent agent Adelaide (National Mutual Buildings, King William St) 1902 Memorial 207/445

SNOW, Francis Hugh merchant National Mutual Chambers, King William St, Adelaide, about to purchase the Adelaide, Unley and Mitcham Tramway Co Ltd,, the Adelaide and Hindmarsh Tramway Co Ltd, the Adelaide and Hyde Park Tramway Co Ltd, separately, and also the Adelaide, Payneham and Paradise Tramway and the operator of the Adelaide & Goodwood Tramway from the Hon Charles WIILLCOX, in order to ‘convert the system of traction into electrical traction to make, alter, enlarge and work the said undertakings, trammways and tramlines … for purchase of the undertakings by the Government and for other purposes’. about to leave the state for a time, power of attorney to Thomas Edward Woodhams NOYES merchant Sydney, Henry Obed NOYES merchant Melbourne and Eustace Beardoe GRUNDY solicitor Adelaide, to represent him within the Commonwealth of Australia in connection with anything to do with the said Tramways systems 27/3/1902 Deposit 20/1902

SNOW, Francis Hugh merchant Stirling East 1906 Memorial 17/456

SNOW, Francis H merchant Adelaide (89 King William St) 1909 Memorial 122/460

SNOW, Francis Hugh formerly commission merchant Adelaide but then gentleman Stirling East died not stated. Father of Wifred Rippon metal merchant Millswood and perhaps Arthur Maurice Snow farmer Echunga Adelaide 1930 Memorial 166/503

SNOW, Hilda spinster Aldgate 1951 Application 28840

SNOW, Thomas private secretary Government House, Adelaide 1880 Memorial 209/321

SNOW, William Rupert jeweller Adelaide 1909[-1914] Memoriala 88/462

SNOWBALL, Fitzgerald of Snowtown 1883 Memorial 202/350

SNOWDEN, John carpenter Pt Adelaide 1856 Memorial 388/98

SNOWDEN, Robert dairyman Le Fevre Peninsula 1850[-1852] Memorial 196/42

SNOWDEN, Thora Doris Stovold home duties Thurles St, South Road Estate 1952 Application 28864

SNUGG, Thomas station porter Cockburn 1901 Memorial 11/443

No 1

SOAL, John labourer Glenelg 1855 Memorial 456/79

SOAL, John carpenter New Glenelg 1855[-1856] Memorial 260/92

No 2 - probably a continuation of No 1

SOAL, John clerk Glenelg 1857 Memorial 329/124

SOAL, John tax collector Glenelg 1862 Memorial 139/182

SOAL, John formerly tax collector 1862 but now Town Clerk Glenelg 1874 Application 13797

SOAL, John town clerk Glenelg 1879 Memorial 34/316

SOAL, John of New Glenelg 1880[-1883] Memorial 30/325

SOAL, John town clerk of Glenelg, died 4/2/1892. Estate to the testator's unnamed wife for life then equally absolutely in remainder expectant to his adopted daughter Elizabeth Sarah HARLER and his adopted son, George Thomas Harler Memorial 237/412

SOAMES, Samuel shepherd FS Dutton's Upper Julia Station 1844 Memorial 381/3

SOAR, Ambrose contractor Kingston Hundred of Gumbowie land grant 1878 Grant Book 40 Page 41 County Kimberley

SOAR, James Arthur of Torrens Road, Yatala township 1917 Memorial 80/492

No 1

SOAR, James Pollard plumber and glazier The Parade Norwood 1854[-1862] Memorial 342/77

SOAR, James Pollard of Norwood, an insolvent debtor by 1865 Memorial 40/203

SOAR, James Pollard plumber Pt Lincoln 1868 Memorial 62/233

SOAR, James Pollard painter Exmouth Road, Exeter 1870 Application 18089

SOAR, James Pollard painter Exmouth Road, Exeter 1880 Application 18088

SOAR, James Pollard died. His children, James Arthur Soar later of Pt Adelaide, and Mary Elizabeth Soar, inherited his estate. Mary Elizabeth Soar 21 spinster Pt Lincoln, married Samuel BROUGHAM 24 bachelor carpenter Pt Lincoln (Father: Henry Brougham) on 16/12/1879 St Thomas’s Pt Lincoln. Witnesses: James A Soar plumber Adelaide; Howard E Brougham store assistant Yarandale, Margaret MCPHERSON Coromadel Valley and Agnes M Brougham of Pt Lincoln 1883 Application 19866

SOAR, James Pollard [formerly plumber Pt Lincoln], died 15/8/1881. Father of James Arthur Soar no description, and Mary Elizabeth BROUGHAM nee Soar, wife of Samuel Brougham carpenter Pt Lincoln. The Broughams married 16/12/1879 St Thomas Pt Lincoln (He 24; she 21). Witnesses James A Soar plumber Pt Adelaide; Howard E Brougham store assistant Yarandale; Margaret McPherson Coromandel Valley; Agnes M Brougham Pt Lincoln Application 19866

No 1

SOAR, Thomas of Norwood 1856 Memorial 4/101

SOAR, Thomas farmer near Langhorne Bridge east of the Bremer River 1857 Memorial 241/124

SOAR, Thomas formerly of Norwood 1856 but now farmer Langhorne Creek 1864 Application 5198

No 1

SOBELS, Carl August farmer Kensington 1848 Memorial 323/11

SOBELS, Carl August winemaker Tanunda 1858 Memorial 308/136

SOBELS, Carl August wine manufacturer Tanunda 1861 Application 2529

SOBELS, Carl August vigneron Watervale, and Meta Louise Sobels his wife 1910 Memorial 96/463

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

SOBELS, Julius F clerk to Carl von BERTOUCH auctioneer Tanunda 1858[-1865] Memorials 37 & 38/139

SOBELS, Ferdinand Julius clerk Tanunda 1862 Application 3094

SOBELS, Julius agent Adelaide 1875[-1895] Memorial 229/284

SOBELS, Ferdinand Julius agent Adelaide 1891 Application 22087

SOBELS, Ferdinand Julius agent Adelaide 1900 Memorial 47/441

SOBELS, Ferdinand Julius agent Adelaide, a member of the firm of C von BERTOUCH & Co agents 7 Franklin St, Adelaide 1892 Application 22278

SOBELS, J the Younger agent's clerk Adelaide 1896[-1900] Memorial 184/428

SOBELS, Julius land agent Adelaide 1897, son of Carl August Sobels of Tanunda Application 23335

SOBELS, JR land agent Eudunda 1916 Memorial 68/514

No 1

SOBELS, Otto land agent Kapunda 1880 Memorial 52/321

SOBELS, Otto agent Kapunda 1883 Application 19602

SOBELS, Otto agent Kapunda Co Light. Hundred of Apoinga land grant 1883 Grant Book 8 Page 61 County Burra

SOBELS, Otto Ferdinand timber yard manager North Adelaide changed his name to Thomas Oliver Sobels 1919 Memorial 61/478

SOBELS, Richard Carl licensed victualler Tanunda 1908, declared that he had lived in the town for 53 years Application 25500

SOBEY, John dairyman Kadina, died 7/9/1941. Executors – Geneva Oaklands widow Moonta Road Kadina and John Fletcher DADDOW farmer near Kadina Grant Book 15 Page 89 County Daly

No 1

SOFTLEY, William Robert teacher Inman Valley 1864[-1870] Application 5579

SOFTLEY, William Robert teacher Middleton 1879 Application 27817

No 1

SOHBER, Carl mason Stepney 1855 Memorial 424/94

SOHBER, Carl mason Mitcham 1857 Memorial 118/121

No 1

SOKOLOWSKY, Anton surgeon Clare 1851 Memorial 210/33

SOKOLOWSKY, Anton Esquire Watervale Hundred of Clare land grant 1861 Grant Book 56 Page 43 County Stanley

SOKOLOWSKY, Anton medical practitioner Clare, died 22/12/1862 intestate. His brother's son, Johann Christian Ferdinand Sokolowsky doctor of medicine Hamburg, Germany, inherited his entire estate as heir at law Memorial 250/204

SOKOLOWSKY, Johann Christian Ferdinand doctor of medicine Hamburg, power of attorney to Wilhelm Ottomar GERKE and Theodor BÜTEFISCH merchants Adelaide, to administer the estate of his paternal uncle, Anton Sokolowsky medical practitioner Clare, who died intestate 22/12/1862. Reference in particular to land in the Hutt River Special Survey and the Hundred of Clare. Widow Pauline Antonia Sokolowsky Deposit 194/1865

SOLEY, John gardener Grove Hill near Magill 1882 Memorial 142/350

SOLIN, Perolof miner Pt Adelaide Waukaringa township (Out of Hundreds) allotment land grant 1889 Grant Book 45 Page 2 County Lytton

No 1 - probably the same person

SOLLY, Aaron brickmaker Norwood 1853 Memorial 130/49

SOLLY, Aaron labourer Norwood 1854 Memorial 80/74

SOLLY, Aaron railway porter Bowden 1874 Application 13773

SOLLY, Aaron Ephraim storekeeper Hindmarsh 1919 Application 26823

SOLLY, Alfred Charles farmer Tumby Bay 1924 Memorial 58/490

No 1

SOLLY, Benjamin Travers Esquire Adelaide 1850 Memorial 9/20

SOLLY, Benjamin Travers gentleman Pt Adelaide 1854 Memorial 343/66

SOLLY, Charles farmer Watervale 1911 Application 26031

No 1 - probably the same person

SOLLY, Henry stockholder Port Road 1850 Memorial 226/24

SOLLY, Henry farmer Wakefield River 1853[-1854] Memorial 339/52 Farmer Upper Wakefield 1854[-1858] Memorial 74/67

SOLLY, Henry farmer Hundred of Bendleby 1887 Memorial 250/388

SOLLY, Henry, his wife Ann Solly and their son Stephen Solly, had lived in Leasingham since at least 1864. Widow Ann Solly formerly of Leasingham late of Penwortham, died 6/1/1889 intestate. Her son, Stephen Solly, labourer near Mt Lofty, took out letters of administration for her estate, worth £15 Application 25959

SOLLY, Ann widow Leasingham 1868 Memorial 216/230

SOLLY, Ann widow Leasingham, died 6/1/1889 intestate Penwortham. Mother of Stephen Solly labourer near Mt Lofty. Estate worth £15 1907 Memorial 16/458

SOLLY, John Barnett labourer Bowden 1914 Memorial 124/471

 No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

SOLLY, Reuben farmer Penwortham 1849 Memorial 198/26

SOLLY, Reuben farmer Watervale and Charlotte Solly his wife formerly Charlotte WHELLER widow of the late James Wheller surveyor Penwortham Co Stanley 1852 Memorial 36/53

SOLLY, Reuben farmer Watervale Hundred of Upper Wakefield land grant 1861 Grant Book 56 Page 113 County Stanley

SOLLY, Reuben the Elder farmer Watervale, died 1874. He left his entire estate in trust to his wife, Charlotte Solly, during her widowhood, then in specific bequests absolutely in remainder expectant to his childen - Reuben Solly the Younger, Charles Solly, Samuel Solly, Caroline Solly and Louisa Solly, all under the age of 21 Memorial 232/277

SOLLY, Reuben the Elder farmer Watervale, died 2/11/1874. Executors; Joseph Charles GENDERS merchant Adelaide and Frederick Cooper GRAY licensed victualler Clare Memorial 191/465

SOLLY, Reuben farmer Watervale 1881 Memorial 208/332

SOLLY, Reuben [formerly the Younger] farmer formerly of Watervale but now of Cradock 1889 Memorial 186/398

SOLLY, Reuben farmer and grazier near Carrieton 1911 Application 26033

 SOLLY, Stephen formerly labourer Leasingham now inmate Aged Men's Retreat at Beaumont 1912. He had a brother called John Solly alive in 1868 Application 26153

SOLLY, Samuel farmer Penwortham 1894 Application 22625

SOLLY, Susanna Victoria married woman White's River near Pt Lincoln 1923 Memorial 132/487

SOLLY, Thomas shoemaker Glenelg 1854 Memorial 437/68

SOLOMON, Aaron general dealer Adelaide (Hindley St) 1855 Memorial 132/81

SOLOMON, Abraham commission agent Glenelg linked with Vere Mühr-Solomon newspaper circulation manager Wayville 1935 Memorial 15/509

SOLOMON, Abraham Jacob licensed victualler Adelaide (Blenheim Hotel Hindley St) leased the Blenheim Billiard Room from the hotel owner John HART merchant Adelaide 1873 Memorial 91/284

SOLOMON, Anna of Riversdale, Cape of Good Hope, South Africa, power of attorney to Charles Philip Solomon of Adelaide, to secure for her her legal share to estate from the will of her mother, Sarah Solomon 11/9/1886 Deposit 24/1889

SOLOMON, Benjamin storekeeper Kapunda 1871 Application 11767

No 1

SOLOMON, Charles Philip gentleman Adelaide 1876 Memorial 209/295

SOLOMON, Charles Philip gentleman Adelaide 1888 was the eldest son of Philip Solomon of Sydney Application 21417

No 1

SOLOMON, Elias farmer North Kapunda 1856 Hundred of Gilbert land grant Memorial 158/108

SOLOMON, Elias farmer Kapunda Hundred of Waterloo land grant 1857 Grant Book 44 Page 372 County Light

SOLOMON, Elias farmer Tothill Creek 1863 Application 4297

SOLOMON, Elias farmer Tothill Creek 1867 Memorial 190/220

SOLOMON, Elias farmer Tothill Creek Hundred of Julia Creek land grant 1883 Grant Book 44 Page 81 County Light

SOLOMON, Elias farmer Hundred of Waterloo, died. By 1892, the family was disposed thus: Mary Solomon his widow and his son Frederick Solomon farmer, still lived in the Hundred of Waterloo. Daughters - Maria HARRIS wife of Thomas Triplett Harris miner Broken Hill NSW and Elizabeth WHITE wife of James Thomas White farmer Tothill Belt Hundred of Waterloo Memorial 230/413

No 2

SOLOMON, EIias merchant Fremantle WA, power of attorney to Isaac Solomon auctioneer Adelaide, to secure his lawful inheritance under the will of his father, Moss Solomon gentleman Sydney NSW, who died 1848, leaving his widow, Leah Solomon, a life interest in his whole estate. After her death 4/1/1871, the estate to be shared out equally absolutely in remainder expectant amongst the children of Moss Soloman and Leah Solomon 3/3/1871 Deposit 74/1871

No 1

SOLOMON, Emanuel and Gedah Moss auctioneers Adelaide 1849 Memorial 363/51

SOLOMON, Emanuel Esquire Royal Mining Company of SA trustee Adelaide 1851[-1854] Memorial 314/34

SOLOMON, Emanuel auctioneer Adelaide (Gilles Arcade) 1856 Memorial 167/96

SOLOMON, Emanuel, Judah Moss, Isaac and Maurice of Adelaide and John DANIELS formerly of Adelaide but now in parts beyond the seas carrying on business as auctioneers under the style and firm of E Solomon & Co 1861 Memorial 40/174

SOLOMON, Emanuel gentleman Adelaide, died 3/10/1873, of senile decay, aged 73 1883 Application 19674

SOLOMON, Emanuel gentleman Adelaide, died 3/10/1873, of senile decay, aged 73 1883 Application 19674

SOLOMON, Frederick farmer Tothill Creek 1892 Application 22285

No 1

SOLOMON, George Arnell storekeeper Quorn trustee Public Cemetery Quorn Hundred of Pichi Richi land grant 1881 Grant Book 49 Page 26 County Newcastle

SOLOMON, George Arnell of Quorn trustee Institute Quorn Quorn (Hundred of Pichi Richi) township allotment land grant 1883 Grant Book 49 Page 14 County Newcastle

SOLOMON, George A clerk Quorn 1886 Memorial 9/374

SOLOMON, George A wheat agent Crystal Brook 1902 Memorial 29/447

SOLOMON, Henry clerk to Messrs INGLEBY (Rupert Ingleby) and ROBINSON solicitors Adelaide 1876 Application 28353

SOLOMON, Herbert solicitor Adelaide 1913[-1925] Memorial 57/469

SOLOMON, HL valuator Adelaide (Pirie St) 1910 Memorial 81/463
No 1

SOLOMON, Isaac and Judah merchants Currie St, Adelaide 1839 Application 5258

SOLOMON, Isaac auctioneer Adelaide 1851 Memorial 428/29

SOLOMON, Isaac out of business Adelaide, about to leave the province, power of attorney to Judah Moss SOLOMON the Younger commission agent Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 3/2/1880 Deposit 33/1880

SOLOMON, Isaac gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now of 16 Vincent Place, Albert Park Vic 1892 Memorial 194/414

No 1

SOLOMON, Joseph Samuel cordial manufacturer Adelaide 1879[-1882] Memorial 119/319

SOLOMON, Joseph Samuel agent formerly of Adelaide but now of Albury NSW 1892 Application 22356

No 1

SOLOMON, Judah Moss and Maurice SALOM auctioneers Adelaide formerly partners in the firm of Emanuel Solomon & Co 1861 Memorial 44/199

SOLOMON, Judah Moss the Younger agent Exchange, Adelaide 1875 Memorial 8/282

SOLOMON, JM clerk to John W DOWNER solicitor Adelaide 1875[-1877] Memorial 182/282

SOLOMON, Judah Moss broker Adelaide 1876 Memorial 215/290

SOLOMON, Judah Moss solicitor Adelaide (Mercantile Chambers, Victoria Square East) 1887 Memorial 222/383

SOLOMON, J Moss clerk to Thomas GEPP solicitor Adelaide 1890 Memorial 71/404

SOLOMON, M of Currie St, Adelaide 1866 Memorial 111/215

SOLOMON, Nathan merchant Glen Osmond Rd, Eastwood, died 21/9/1946. Husband of Miriam Solomon. Father of Meyer Mordecai Solomon; Frances GOULD married woman Broken Hill NSW; Ella BARNETT married woman Unley Road, Unley Park; Betty PEARLMAN married woman Kilkenny; Lila and Nancy Solomon spinsters Memorial 191/523

SOLOMON, Philip settler Auckland New Zealand, power of attorney to his brother-in-law, Isaac Solomon auctioneer Adelaide, to secure his lawful inheritance under the will of his father, Moss Solomon gentleman Sydney NSW, who died 1848, leaving his widow, Leah Solomon, a life interest in his whole estate. After her death 4/1/1871, the estate to be shared out equally amongst the children of Moss Soloman and Leah Solomon 25/2/1871 Deposit 73/1871

No 1

SOLOMON, Samuel the Younger accountant and liquidator Adelaide 1876 Memorial 190/295

No 2

SOLOMON, Samuel son of Emanuel Solomon merchant, died Adelaide Villa, Douglas Road, Islington East, Middlesex, England, of typhoid fever lasting three weeks, aged 15. Interesting diagram of his tomb, complete with Hebrew inscription Application 5279

SOLOMON, Samuel Moss draper Nelson New Zealand, power of attorney to Isaac Solomon auctioneer Adelaide, to secure his lawful inheritance under the will of his father, Moss Solomon gentleman Sydney NSW, who died 1848, leaving his widow, Leah Solomon, a life interest in his whole estate. After her death 4/1/1871, the estate to be shared out equally amongst the children of Moss Soloman and Leah Solomon 3/3/1871 Deposit 75/1871

No 1

SOLOMON, Saul photographer Adelaide 1875[-1878] Memorial 188/285, Application 16696

SOLOMON, Saul photographer Adelaide Co Adelaide. Olary (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1888 Grant Book 65 Page 193 County Not named

No 2

SOLOMON, Saul draper Adelaide (Hindley St) 1883 Memorial 129/414

No 3

SOLOMON, Saul licensed victualler formerly of Adelaide but now of Mt Gambier 1891 Memorial 230/411

No 1

SOLOMON, Vaiben merchant Adelaide (Currie St) 1840 Deposit 264/1854

SOLOMON, Vaiben merchant Sydney NSW 1842 Memorial 315/2

SOLOMON, Vaiben merchant late of Adelaide, but now of Sydney NSW, power of attorney to Judah Moss Solomon auctioneer Adelaide, to dispose of his real estate 16/11/1853 Deposit 308/OA

No 1

SOLOMON, Vaiben Louis storekeeper Palmerston in the Northern Territory 1875[-1892] Memorial 115/299

SOLOMON, Vaiben Louis merchant Palmerston Northern Territory, power of attorney to Moss Samuel Solomon clerk Palmerston, to manage his Australian business affairs June 1888 Deposit 33/1888

SOMERS, Benjamin milkman Brighton 1893 Application 22491

SOMERS, Edward labourer Sheaoak Log 1857[-1858] Memorial 221/131

No 1

SOMERS, Luke labourer Sheaoak Log Co Light. Booyoolie (later part of Gladstone Hundred of Booyoolie) township allotment land grant 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 312 County Victoria

SOMERS, Luke formerly contractor Sheaoak Log but now labourer Adelaide 1885 Memorial 43/373

SOMERVILLE, Archibald Shierlaw Ralph solicitor Pinnaroo trustee of the assigned estate of Reginald harry DIBBEN farmer Pinnaroo 1929 Grant Book 12 Page 56 County Chandos

SOMERVILLE, David farmer Tarlee 1870 Memorial 8/260

SOMERVILLE, Dorothy C solicitor Adelaide 1924 Memorial 177/489

SOMERVILLE, HL of Pt Elliston 1895 Memorial 39/424

No 1

SOMERVILLE, James labourer near Edwardstown son of Caroline Somerville widow near Edwardstown and her husband the late James Somerville formerly labourer The Sturt now deceased 1868 Memorial 245/236

SOMERVILLE, James farm labourer Darlington 1872 Application 11867

SOMES, John 56 widower storekeeper Aldgate (Father: Jabez Somes) married Kitty SANDERS 43 widow Echunga (Father: Richard Dixon HAWKINS) on 23/5/1892 JA PLUNKETT's home Osmond Tce, Norwood. Minister: Henry CHESTER. Witnesses: John A Plunkett Deputy Registrar Norwood and Geo W HAWKINS agent Norwood. The Somes settled at Echunga Application 24227

No 1

SOMMER, Christian farmer The Bremer. He lived on Section 5278 next to Cockburn Creek probably a tributary of the Bremer River 1851 Memorial 186/38

SOMMER, August George Christian farmer The Bremer 1856 Memorial 445/99

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

SOMMER, August George Christian farmer The Bremer near Callington, and his wife, Auguste Henriette Sommer nee PFANNENSCHMIDT had two children - Auguste Sophie Juliane Sommer and August Friedrich Louis Sommer. Heinrich Adolf Sommer mentioned in the document but not described [probably Christian Sommer's brother] 1862 Memorial 186/225

SOMMER, Auguste Henriette widow The Bremer 1867 relict of the late August George Christian Sommer formerly farmer The Bremer who died 9/9/1862, and her two children - Auguste Sophia Juliane WILLEMER nee Sommer wife of Johann Robert Willemer farmer Callington and August Friedrich Louis Sommer farmer The Bremer Memorial 133/224

SOMMER, Auguste Henriette widow Callington 1868, relict of the late August George Christian Sommer farmer of the Bremer near Callington. Children included - Auguste Sophia Juliane WILLMER nee Sommer wife of Johann Robert Willmer farmer near Callington, and August Friedrich Louis Sommer farmer near Callington Application 9209

SOMMER, Christian Heinrich Ludwig labourer Pt Wallaroo. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1874 Grant Book 14 Page 84 County Daly

No 1

SOMMER, Ernst farmer Nuriootpa 1854[-1857] Memorial 260/66

SOMMER, Ernst blacksmith Nuriootpa 1858[-1861] Memorial 58/144, Application 2365

SOMMER, Ernst blacksmith Nuriootpa, died c1871. Executors; Theodor WENNING farmer Nuriootpa and Heinrich SCHULZ wheelwright Nuriootpa Memorial 176/252

No 1

SOMMER, Friedrich farmer Callington on the Bremer 1866[-1867] Memorial 118/222

SOMMER, Friedrich farmer formerly of Callington but now of Hahndorf 1869 Application 9908

SOMMER, Georg August Christian farmer Bremer 1856[-1858] Memorial 56/100

SOMMER, Heinrich Adolph stoker Callington 1862 Application 3507

SOMMER, Hermann innkeeper Angaston 1875 Memorial 125/286

SOMMER, Johann Gotthilf farmer Evandale 1851 Memorial 360/31 Farmer Flaxman Valley 1851 Memorial 362/31 Farmer North Rhine 1853[-1858] Enrolment 7/33

No 1

SOMMER, Johann Gottlieb farmer Flaxman Valley 1851 Memorial 362/31 Farmer North Rhine 1853 Enrolment 11/33

SOMMER, Johann Gottlieb farmer North Rhine declared regarding the loss of land grant for Section 362 Hundred of North Rhine: I being informed that the Land Grant to Section No 362 Hundred of North Rhine had no value after the conveyance of said Section from my brother to me had been executed, I have not taken proper care thereof, but allowed the plan drawn in the margin of the said land grant to be cut out to be enclosed in a letter and sent to Germany for private purposes (the party receiving being now in the colony to prove such), that afterwards the land grant was to the best of my belief destroyed by my wife, now deceased.’ In a letter to William Bartley, solicitor to the LTO Commissioners, Carl Von Bertouch of Tanunda added 7/11/1866 to JG Sommer’s statement: ‘He said I have been a fool and was ashamed to admit it. My friends in Germany wrote enquiring about many things about land etc and to give them an idea of our Sections, and on being informed that the land grant was of no value to me, as I had my deed, I cut out the piece on which the plan was drawn, and since my former wife had it lying here and there, I rather think that it was burnt. At least, I never saw anything of it since her death’. 15/1/1867, Carl Friedrich Julius SCHAEDEL cabinetmaker Nuriootpa, declared: ‘When residing in Schwiebus, Germany, in about 1855, I received a letter from Johann Gottlieb Sommer of North Rhine enclosing with orders of immigration thereto also to the best of my recollection a piece of parchment showing a plan of some land … which land said JG Sommer referred to in his letter as being his property at the North Rhine … Having since seen land grants granted here, I declare that the piece of parchment above referred to resembled very much that part of a land grant on which a plan of a Section is generally drawn, and the drawing resembled the plan of an eighty acre square section with a creek running through a corner’ Application 7668

SOMMER, Wilhelm undertaker's assistant Kintore St, Mile End 1901 Application 29678

SOMMERS, Alfred teacher of languages Adelaide 1866[-1871] Memorial 100/217

SOMMERVILLE, Florence Harriett married woman Penong (Mrs Herbert Leigh Sommerville nee FH ROGERS) Penong (Hundred of Burgoyne) township allotment land grant 1897 Grant Book 41 Page 13 County Kintore

SOMMERVILLE, Thomas of Spalding 1887 Memorial 197/388

No 1

SOMMERVILLE, William the Younger paper maker Golden Valley paper mills Bitton near Bristol, England 1860 Memorial 255/165

No 2

SOMMERVILLE, William the Younger farmer Spalding 1878 Application 16921

SOMMERVILLE, William the Younger farmer Tarlee Co Light. Hundred of Andrews land grant 1877[-1881] Grant Book 56 Page 309 County Stanley

SONGRUN, John labourer Streaky Bay. Flinders (later Streaky Bay Hundred of Ripon) township allotment land grant 1887 Grant Book 66 Page 188 County Robinson

SONNBERG, Wilhelm wheelwright Nuriootpa 1864[-1865] Memorial 111/195, Application 6359

No 1

SONNEMANN, Christian of Stockwell and Auguste Sonnemann his wife 1863 Memorial 279/188

SONNEMANN, Christian labourer Stockwell, died 12/8/1885 Adelaide Destitute Asylum, of senile decay, aged 81. His wife, Auguste Sonnemann, died c1886. Estate to their son, Otto Sonnemann labourer formerly near Stockwell but now Allendale North 1886 Application 20991

SONNEMANN, Franz Heinrich baker Hahndorf Co Adelaide. Mobilong (later Murray Bridge Hundred of Mobilong) township allotment land grant 1884 Grant Book 58 Page 217 County Sturt

SONNTAG, Johann Franz farmer Bethany 1888 Application 21486

SOON, Wing, Ah CHOW, Ah GONE, and and Ah DUCK market gardeners, salesmen and hawkers Sections 412 & 413 Hundred of Yatala 1896 Memorial 197/429

No 1

SOPER, John police constable Adelaide 1844 Memorial 435/3 Yeoman Currie St, Adelaide 1844 Application 20894 Police constable formerly of Adelaide but now of Thebarton 1846 Memorial 40/6 Police constable Thebarton 1846 Memorial 202/254 Police sergeant Thebarton 1849 Memorial 54/16

SOPER, John yeoman Thebarton 1845[-1853] Memorial 499/4

SOPER, John gentleman Thebarton, died 1872. His wife, Elizabeth Soper, died 13/11/1875. She left her estate to her sons, Edwin and Andrew John MIDDLETON. Edwin Middleton died 1905 Memorials 41, 42 & 45/290 & Application 25550

SOPER, Elizabeth widow Bristol St, Thebarton 1874 Application 13960

No 1 - probably the same person

SOPER, William labourer Alberton 1849 Memorial 314/17

SOPER, William carter Alberton 1855 Memorial 450/86

SOPER, William mechanic Pt Adelaide 1854 Memorial 416/71

SOPER, William labourer Alberton 1864 Application 5854.

SOPER, William formerly carter late out of business Alberton, died 4/1/1907. He had lived in the area since at least 1849. Father of two unmarried daughters, Susan Ann Soper and Louisa Katherine Soper 1908 Application 25493

No 2

SOPER, William carpenter Adelaide 1896 Application 23136.

No 1

SORAGHAN, Nicholas of Navan near Riverton 1864 Memorial 97/200

SORAGHAN, Nicholas shoemaker Navan 1873 Memorial 165/266

SORANSON, Jacob fireman Dale St, Adelaide 1919 Application 26804

No 1

SORRELL, Charles farmer Wilkawatt trustee Methodist Mission Hall Wilkawatt 1910 Grant Book 12 Page 123 County Chandos

SORRELL, Charles farmer Wilkawatt, died 11/4/1917. Husband of Alice Eleanor Sorrell of Wilkawatt, executor of his estate 1918 Grant Book 12 Page 126 County Chandos

No 1

SORRELL, George blacksmith Adelaide 1854[-1863] Memorial 303/61

SORRELL, George blacksmith Adelaide 1892 Memorial 19/466

No 2

SORRELL, George gentleman Norwood 1854 Memorial 2/71

SORRELL, George gentleman Norwood, died c1854/1855. Husband of Elizabeth Sorrell. Children mentioned but not named Memorial 22/414 & Application 26069

SORRELL, George gentleman Norwood, died 4/11/1854. Estate worth £200. His widow, Elizabeth Sorrell, died 2/3/1892 Osmond Tce, Norwood, of senile decay, aged 87 Application 26069

SORRELL, Elizabeth widow Norwood relict of the late George Sorrell of Adelaide deceased 1857 Memorial 342/127

No 3

SORRELL, George wheelwright Gawler 1865 Application 6740.

SORRELL, James Edwin newsagent Park St, Bowden-on-the-Hill 1911 Application 26001

No 1

SORRELL, John warehouseman Pt Adelaide 1854 Memorial 348/72

SORRELL, John engineer Pt Adelaide 1854[-1855] Memorial 253/90

SORRELL, John engineer North Adelaide 1856 Memorial 319/106

No 2

SORRELL, John yeoman Pt Adelaide 1854 Memorial 113/207

SORRELL, John yeoman [formerly of Pt Adelaide but now of] Adelaide 1856 Memorial 204/108

SORRELL, Thomas farmer Alma, died 17/11/1927. Executors; Leonard Thomas Sorrell farmer Wilkawatt and Alfred PARISH wellskinker Greenock Grant Book 12 Page 129 County Chandos

No 1

SORRELL/SORRILL, William blacksmith Adelaide 1855[-1858] Memorial 276/89

SORRELL, William blacksmith Adelaide (Hindley St) 1858 Memorial 147/145

No 2

SORRELL, William farmer Hamley Bridge Co Gawler. Hundred of Cotton land grant 1911 Grant Book 12 Page 125 County Chandos

SOSS, Johann Joachim Heinrich carpenter Greenock [Lot 38 Victorville] 1859 Memorial 83/155

SOSTMANN, Carl farmer Adelaide 1884 Memorial 172/357

No 1

SOUL, John farmer New Glenelg 1857 Memorial 323/118

Carpenter New Glenelg 1857 Memorial 324/118

SOUL, John collector Glenelg 1864 Application 4829

No 1

SOUTER, David Alex of Penola 1903 Memorial 177/450

SOUTER, David Alex Presbyterian minister Penola 1908 Memorial 18/460

No 1

SOUTER, Robert John De Neufville medical practitioner Yankalilla and Hazel Forster Souter his wife 1940 Application 28277

SOUTER, Robert John De Neufville medical practitioner Torrens Vale near Yankalilla. Christ Church Yankalilla trustee 1947 Memorial 49/521

No 1

SOUTH, Alfred farmer Mt Gambier Hundred of Gambier land grant 1864 Grant Book 30 Page 71 County Grey

SOUTH, Alfred licensed victualler Mt Gambier, died 24/12/1866. He left his estate in trust to be sold and the proceeds distributed equally absolutely amongst his wife, Anne South, and their children. Estate worth £2,000. Executors Walter BROWN baker and James Brown saddler Portland Vic Application 24461

SOUTH, Frank farmer Modbury linked with Henry James South farmer Modbury 1901 Memorial 17/444

No 1

SOUTH, George farmer Cape Jervis 1865 Application 6245

SOUTH, George licensed victualler Emu Hotel Morphett Vale 1869 Memorial 1/258

SOUTH, George licensed victualler [formerly of Morphett Vale but now of] Lacepede Bay 1870 Memorial 1/258

No 2 - likely to be a continuation of No 1

SOUTH, George licensed victualler Adelaide (Pt TA 1 Newmarket Hotel) 1875[-1876] Memorial 161/281

SOUTH, George licensed victualler Adelaide (Waymouth St) 1876 Memorial 61/335 Butcher Hilton 1881 Memorial 62/335

No 1

SOUTH, Henry James farmer Ardtornish near Modbury 1869 Memorial 65/237

SOUTH, Henry James farmer Dry Creek 1879 Memorial 221/314

SOUTH, Henry James farmer Modbury 1890 Application 21848

SOUTH, Henry James farmer Ardtornish near Modbury 1898 Memorial 19/434

SOUTH, Henry James farmer near Modbury, died c1901-1902. Husband of Margaret South. Father of Delia Sophia STONEHAM, Sarah Matilda COTTON and Alice Frances Isabella South; also Thomas Henry South farmer Wasleys, William Garnet South clerk Richmond St, St Peters, James Henry Robert Moncrieff South and Charles Rutherford South Memorial 203/445

No 1

SOUTH, Thomas dairyman Adelaide 1848 Memorial 476/10 Dairyman Adelaide (Rundle St) linked with SOUTH, Henry James dairyman Dry Creek 1851[-1853] Memorial 263/28

SOUTH, Thomas dairyman Adelaide 1856 Memorial 397/98

SOUTH, Thomas of Adelaide, died 28/7/1862. His son, Henry James South farmer Modbury was an executor of the will. HJ South at Dry Creek by 1867 Memorials 217 & 218/225

SOUTH, Thomas dairyman Rundle St, Adelaide died 28/7/1862. He left real estate to his son, Henry James South farmer Modbury, who died 10/11/1901. Margaret South widow North Adelaide 1902, declared that she was born on 22/8/1831 and married Henry James South on 24/7/1851. She gave the above information 1903. She could not write Application 24640

SOUTH, Thomas of Adelaide, died 28/7/1862. He owned Section 1567 Hundred of Yatala, in Upper Dry Creek, in partnership with his son, HJ South. His children called Henry James South (wife called Margaret South) and Frances Jane BOTTING wife of Francis John Botting. Grandchildren - Thomas Henry South, William Garnett South, James Henry South, Delia Sophia South, Frank South Botting, Frances Jane Botting and Alice Isabel Botting. The Bottings apparently lived in Grote St, Adelaide. Witnesses to his will - Alfred JAMES of Currie St, Adelaide, and Charles Henry John BYNG of Currie St, Adelaide. Estate worth £100. Frank South farmer Modbury 1920 likely to be a descenant Application 26927

No 2

SOUTH, Thomas stockholder Currency Creek 1853 Memorial 174/53

SOUTH, Thomas Esquire Adelaide 1856 Memorial 102/111

SOUTH, Thomas Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now of Currency Creek 1857 Memorial 222/124

No 1

SOUTH, William farmer Darley Bridge on the Torrens River near Adelaide farmer 1846 Memorial 105/7

No 2

SOUTH, William blacksmith Adelaide 1848 Memorial 85/12

No 1

SOUTHCOMBE, Charles Drew merchant Broken Hill NSW 1896 Application 27753

SOUTHCOMBE, Charles Drew merchant Broken Hill NSW 1897[-1901] Memorial 163/431

SOUTHCOTT, James engineer Williams Ave, Victoria Park, changed his name to James Henry Southcott 1924 Memorial 34/490

SOUTHERNWOOD, John Port Road, Hindmarsh, and Charlotte Southernwood, his wife 1851 Application 13830

SOUTHGATE, George of Tothill Creek 1866 Memorial 212/215

SOUTHAM, Henry of Mill Bank Adelaide 1856 Memorial 119/154

No 1

SOUTHAM, John gentleman Millbank Section 257 ‘on the road to the Torrens’ 1844[-1853] Memorial 403/3

SOUTHAM, John farmer Adelaide 1854 Memorial 407/63

SOUTH AUSTRALIAN TEMPERANCE FREEHOLD LAND AND BUILDING SOCIETY - Trustees: Thomas REYNOLDS, Richard EADES, James NOWLAND, William CRABB 1851 Memorial 462/34

No 1

SOUTHERNWOOD, James brickmaker Bowden 1847 Memorial 145/9 Now brickmaker Kensington 1849 Memorial 393/13 Yeoman Kensington late 1849 Memorial 7/19

SOUTHERNWOOD, James brickmaker Kensington and his wife, Ann Southernwood 1851 Late buckmaster Kensington Aug 1851 Memorials 367/34, 55/35

SOUTHERNWOOD, John and Charlotte no description both of Hindmarsh 1851 Memorial 205/34

SOUTHON, John yeoman Adelaide 1848 Memorial 310/13

No 1

SOUTHON, John Hyles labourer South Para Co Adelaide 1846[-1847] Memorial 446/7

SOUTHON, John Hyles labourer Adelaide 1848 Memorial 258/11 Yeoman Adelaide by late 1848 Memorial 310/13

SOUTHON, John Hyles yeoman South Para 1852[-1860] Memorial 290/40

SOUTHON, John Hyles farmer One Tree Hill in the Sources of the Little Para 1858 Memorial 172/147

SOUTHON, William Balaklava Hundred of Hall land grant 1882 Grant Book 56 Page 215 County Stanley

SOUTHWELL, Henry James insurance agent Adelaide 1887. His wife, Mary Southwell (daughter of Thomas ENGLISH), died 21/11/1886 Memorial 174/387

SOUTHWELL, Louisa Alice wife of Edward James SOUTHWELL Lynwood, Normanton Road, South Croydon Surrey, England, power of attorney to Frank Gordon TOLLEY solicitor 29-31 Cowra Chambers, Grenfell St, Adelaide, to manage her SA business affairs 10/3/1901 Deposit 39/1901

No 1

SOUTHWELL, William waterman Thebarton 1851[-1857] Memorial 96/29

SOUTHWELL, William carrier Thebarton 1855 Memorial 53/84

SOUTHWELL, William farmer Encounter Bay 1862 Application 3450

No 1 FIND CHECK RUN

SOUTHWELL, William farmer Willowie Hundred of Willowie land grant 1890 Grant Book 24 Page 747 County Frome

No 1

SOUTHWICK, Thomas Leek cabinetmaker Adelaide 1849 Memorial 201/18 Cabinetmaker Gawler 1850[-1852] Memorial 488/22

SOUTHWICK, Thomas Leek cabinetmaker [formerly of Gawler but now of] Adelaide 1855 Memorial 477/94

SOUTHWOOD, William stationmaster Kadina 1883 Memorial 53/352

No 1

SOUTTAR, John bank manager Adelaide 1871[-1877] Memorial 220/253

SOUTTAR, John Bank of Adelaide manager Adelaide 1875 Memorial 6/290

SOUTTAR, John gentleman Adelaide, about to leave the province for a time, power of attorney to the Hon Joseph FISHER MLC Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 22/11/1879 Deposit 147/1880

SOUTTAR, John bank manager formerly of Adelaide 1876[-1877] but now of Sydney NSW 1881 Applications 15537, 18621

SOUTTAR, John formerly bank manager Adelaide but now bank inspector Brisbane Qld 1885 Memorial 140/367

SOVILL, William blacksmith Adelaide 1854 Memorial 344/73

SOWARD, Eliza Malt publican Redruth 1880 Memorial 116/328

No 1

SOWARD, George carpenter Adelaide 1840[-1847] Memorial 48/304, Application 23104

SOWARD, George builder Rundle St, Adelaide 1850 Memorial 95/24

SOWARD, George cabinetmaker Adelaide (Rundle St) 1851 Memorial 374/35

SOWARD, George builder Adelaide (Rundle St) 1853 Memorial 497/55

SOWARD, George timber merchant Adelaide 1855 Memorial 16/89

SOWARD, George gentleman Finnissbrook near Beaumont 1862[-1874] Memorial 308/183

SOWARD, George Esquire formerly of Norwood 1856 but now of Adelaide 1863 Application 4712

SOWARD, George builder Burnside 1874 Memorial 94/363

SOWARD, George Esquire formerly of Norwood but now of Finnissbrook linked with William George Soward gentleman Finnissbrook 1875 Memorial 99/284

SOWARD, George gentleman Finnissbrook linked with William George Soward overseer North Adelaide 1876 Memorial 80/287

SOWARD, G gentleman Finniss Brook Burnside 1877 Application 16078

SOWARD, George Esquire formerly of Burnside but now of Glenelg 1880 Memorial 179/327

SOWARD, George Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now of Glenelg 1884 Application 20101

SOWARD, George formerly of Finniss Brook near Beaumont but now of Glenelg father of George Klewitz Soward architect Glenelg, Bertha POPE nee Soward wife of Thomas Pope solicitor Adelaide and Emma Klewitz Soward spinster Glenelg 1888 Memorial 241/392

SOWARD, George gentleman Glenelg, died 16/1/1894. Father of George Klewitz Soward. Estate worth £7,544 Memorials 118 & 119/420

SOWARD, George widower builder Adelaide married Bertha KLEWITZ spinster 24/6/1856 St John's Halifax St Adelaide. Their eldest son, George Klewitz Soward Junr, born 27/8/1857 Norwood. His father, George Soward named as a government officer. Bertha Klewitz Soward wife of George Soward gentleman Burnside, died 24/11/1870 intestate, of disease of the liver, aged 47. Her eldest son, George Klewitz Soward, inherited her estate as heir at law. He lived at Glenelg 1879 Application 17452.

SOWARD, George gentleman Adelaide, married Bertha KLEWITZ on 29/5/1856. Children of the marriage - George Klewitz Soward architect Adelaide, born 27/8/1857; Bertha Soward now Bertha POPE wife of Thomas Pope solicitor Adelaide (Father: William Pope) , and Emma Klewitz Soward spinster Glenelg, born 7/4/1862. Bertha Klewitz Soward wife of George Soward gentleman Burnside, died 24/11/1870, of liver disease, aged 47 Application 24113

No 1

SOWARD, George Klewitz architect Glenelg, whose father George Soward of Adelaide, had arrived in SA by 1840 Application 22721

SOWARD, George Klewitz architect New Glenelg 1902 Memorial 2/446

No 1

SOWARD, William George of Finnissbrook 1860 Memorial 95/164

SOWARD, William George of Finnissbrook 1875 Memorial 99/284

SOWARD, William George overseer Adelaide, power of attorney to his father, George Soward gentleman Finnissbrook to manage his SA business affairs 14/12/1875 Deposit 20/1876

SOWARD, William George formerly overseer Finnissbrook but now in parts beyond the seas 1876 Memorial 95/287

SOWARD, WG gentleman Nuriootpa Cradock (Hundred of Wirreanda) township allotment land grant 1879 Grant Book 28 Page 28 County Granville

SOWARD, William George publican Angas Park Hotel, Nuriootpa insolvent 2/3/1880. He owed £268/18/- to Robert FOTHERINGHAM brewer Kapunda and £118/9/11 to Gerald JAY manager and agent Wine and Sprit Co Ltd Application 18897

No 1

SOWDEN, George farmer Rhynie 1866 Memorial 127/219

SOWDEN, George blacksmith Rhynie 1879[-1882] Memorial 212/314, Application 19020

SOWDEN, George blacksmith Cochrane Tce Prospect 1914 Application 26348

SOWDEN, John farmer Section 553 Hundred of Gilbert 1859 Memorial 281/150

SOWDEN, Richard labourer Woodside and Emma Emily Sowden his wife 1924 Application 27248

SOWDEN, Richard Henry labourer Adelaide 1905[-1913] Memorial 221/453, Application 26167

SOWERBY, Alexander farmer Parrakie. Hundred of Price land grant 1911 Grant Book 6 Page 83 County Buccleuch

SOWERBY, Alexander Pridmore farmer Parrakie. Hundred of Cotton land grant 1911 Grant Book 12 Page 125 County Chandos

No 1 - probably the same person

SOWERBY, Thomas yeoman Magill 1851 Memorial 359/28

SOWERBY, Thomas yeoman St Bernards 1851 Memorial 355/35

SOWERBY, Thomas farmer Adelaide 1857 Memorial 157/116

SOWERBY, Thomas farmer Point Sturt Congregational Church member 1859 Memorial 79/162

SOWERBY, Thomas of Pt Elliot 1865 Memorial 179/203

No 1

SOWERBY, Thomas Chethem coachman Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of Black Rock Plain land grant 1880 Grant Book 13 Page 107 County Dalhousie

SOWERBY, Thomas Chethem farmer Yatina 1887 Memorial 48/383

SOWERBY, Thomas Chethem farmer Unley Road Co Adelaide. Pekina (Hundred of Pekina) township allotment land grant 1905 Grant Book 13 Page 422 County Dalhousie

SOWERS, George splitter The Tiers 1855 Memorial 85/92

SOWTER, F of Cairn Bank near Kingston S-E 1887 Memorial 222/387

No 1

SOWTER, Samuel yeoman Felixtow 1854 Memorial 279/68

SOWTER, Samuel farmer Hamilton on the Torrens, died between 1886-1889. Executors; RB COX solicitor Adelaide and Joseph William PRATTEN licensed victualler Walkerville Memorial 180/398

SOWTER, Samuel farmer Hamilton on the Torrens near Walkerville 1881 Application 18819

SOWTER, Samuel farmer Hamilton near Adelaide, died 24/6/1889. Estate worth £570. £100 each to his son John Sowter, daughters Mary YOUNG wife of Samuel Young, Eliza PANTER wife of Joseph Panter. The market garden at Hamilton to his sons William and George Sowter in equal shares. George Sowter gardener Ilford St, Hamilton, near Klemzig died 5/2/1915, of 1 year's neurasthenia, general debility and 5 days' diarrhoea, aged 53. Married at 25 years. 1 son and 1 daughter living. 1 daughter deceased. (Children - Clifton George Sowter born 15/9/1903, Amy WALTERS married woman born 25/9/1891). William Sowter gardener Ilford St North Walkerville, died 29/6/1918 Adelaide Hospital, possibly of pneumonia following a leg facture, aged 57. Born at Walkerville. Married at 31 years. One son and one daughter living. (Wife - Sarah Ellen Sowter of Hamilton 1919. Children - Samuel Henry Sowter born 14/8/1892, daughter Evelyn Maud Sowter born 18/4/1899) Application 26712

No 1 - likely to be the same person

SOWTER, William cabinetmaker Adelaide (Leigh St) 1849[-1851] Memorial 285/17

SOWTER, William licensed victualler Adelaide 1855 Memorial 399/53

SOWTER, Mary Ann widow Adelaide, relict of the late William Sowter formerly gentleman Adelaide but now deceased 1881 Memorial 90/333

SOWTER, Mary Ann widow Adelaide, mother of William Selwyn Sowter paperhanger Adelaide and sister to William WEBB printer Adelaide 1884 Memorial 117/406

SOWTER, William Baxter chemist and druggist Adelaide (Pt TA 80 Rundle St). He moved to premises on TA 82 in Gawler Place during 1878. Joseph PARKER no description had just vacated the shop 1864[-1878]. William Hickson Sowter chemist Adelaide took over the lease in 1881[-1887] Memorials 180 & 190/200, 163/305, 240/328

No 1

SOWTON, Nicholas farmer Undalya Lower Wakefield Special Survey 1864 Memorial 55/195

SOWTON, Nicholas auctioneer Auburn 1867[-1872] Memorial 123/224, Application 8068

SOWTON, Nicholas auctioneer and land agent Auburn 1872 Memorial 16/259

SOWTON, Nicholas auctioneer Auburn 1874 Memorial 226/273

SOWTON, Nicholas auctioneer Jamestown. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 116 County Victoria

SPACEY, Abraham labourer Gulnare. Hundred of Bundaleer land grant 1873 Grant Book 60 Page 69 County Victoria

SPACKMAN, Bruce Roy farm labourer Rhynie and Ada Martha Spackman his wife 1943 Memorial 148/517

SPACKMAN, Clarence Edward Nelson station hand Burra and Sylvia Mary Spackman his wife 1944 Memorial 3/518

SPACKMAN, Damon farmer near Auburn 1876 Memorial 233/289

SPACKMAN, James farmer Paskeville 1905 Memorial 155/452

No 1

SPACKMAN, Jane Grace of Petersburg 1881 Memorial 119/335

SPACKMAN, Jane Grace widow Petersburg. Hundred of Morgan land grant 1882 Grant Book 13 Page 416 County Dalhousie

No 1

SPACKMAN, John farmer Upper Wakefield 1855[-1867] Memorial 387/83

SPACKMAN, John farmer Rice Creek near Auburn 1865[-1880] Memorial 52/204, Application 18187

SPACKMAN, John farmer Rice Creek 1883, died c1889. Husband of Elizabeth Spackman, by early 1890 widow Auburn. Estate worth £150. Mrs Spackman died later in 1890. She left her £80 estate equally to all her children then living and also to Elizabeth Spackman daughter of James Spackman labourer East Auburn Memorials 204 & 205/405

SPACKMAN, John farmer formerly of Rice Creek late of Auburn, died 31/8/1889. Estate worth £150. His widow, Elizabeth Spackman, died 17/6/1890 Auburn. Estate worth £80 to the trustee and executor, Henry SCOVELL contractor near Auburn, to administer according to her will Application 21931

SPAETH, Dorothea widow Tanunda owned land at Thebarton 1911 [She died 1/5/1931 Tanunda. Probably mother of Friedrich Carl Spaeth tanner Windsor Ave, Kilkenny and Max Hermann Spaeth sawyer Tanunda LTO CT 890/94] Application 25963

SPAFFORD, Howsin ironfounder Goodwood 1913 Memorial 154/469

SPAFFORD, Spafford Hatton farmer North Adelaide 1858 Memorial 261/147

SPAHN, Henry shoemaker Minyibbie. Hallett (Hundred of Hallett) township allotment land grant 1873 Grant Book 8 Page 280 County Burra

No 1

SPAIN, Alfred draper Adelaide 1856[-1857] Memorial 170/112

SPAIN, Alfred formerly of Adelaide but now of Gravesend, Kent, England 1862[-1866] Memorial 167/189

SPAIN, Alfred formerly draper Rundle St, Adelaide, now auctioneer Gravesend, Kent, England, power of attorney to Messrs WRIGHT Bros land agents Imperial Chambers, King William St, Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 18/6/1873 Deposit 103/1874

SPAIN, Alfred gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now of Gravesend, Kent, England linked with H Alfred Spain auctioneer Gravesend 1874 Memorial 89/348

SPAIN, Alfred formerly draper Adelaide (Rundle St) 1852 now Esquire of parts beyond the seas 1874 Application 13606

SPAIN, James and Patrick Joseph farmers Telowie 1887 Memorial 58/384

No 1

SPAIN, Martin son of Patrick Spain both farmers Peachey Belt 1854 Memorial 335/65

SPAIN, Martin farmer Peachey Belt 1864 Memorial 348/192

SPAIN, Martin farmer near Virginia eldest son and heir at law of the late Patrick Spain farmer Para Plains near Virginia, who died intestate 1869 Application 9711

SPAIN, Martin farmer Virginia 1873 Application 12740

SPAIN, Martin farmer formerly of Peachey Belt 1854 but now of Virginia [probably the same place] 1878 Application 16587

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

SPAIN, Martin of William St, Norwood 1892 Memorial 80/413

SPAIN, Martin farmer Telowie Hundred of Telowie land grant 1892 Grant Book 24 Page 775 County Frome CHECK RUN FIND

No 1

SPAIN, Patrick farmer Little Para 1852 Memorial 87/103

SPAIN, Patrick farmer Section 2232 Hundred of Yatala 1853[-1856] Memorial 438/50

SPAIN, Patrick farmer Peachey Belt. Hundred of Munno Para land grant 1853 Grant Book 1 Page 88 County Adelaide

SPAIN, Patrick farmer Peachey Belt 1854 Memorial 154/63

SPAIN, Patrick farmer Para Plains near Virginia and Mary Spain his wife. Their daughter Ann Spain married 25/9/1855 to Peter CONLEY farmer later Horseshoe Farm Hermitage Creek Alma Plains near Rhynie. Patrick Spain’s eldest son, Edward Spain, was killed by lightning on 19/2/1864 intestate and unmarried, aged c35, when he was working as a labourer on William SHILLABEER’s farm on the Hermitage Creek, about a mile from Peter Conley’s home. Edward Spain’s body placed in one of the outhouses of Elliott AITCHESON JP, Auchenrock??, on the Alma Plains following the accident, in preparation for the inquest. Buried in the Undalya Cemetery the second day after the accident. Edward Spain had worked for Peter Conley and then William Shillabeer during the harvest. Because the father, Patrick Spain, was dead, Edward Spain’s next brother, Martin Spain farmer Virginia, therefore inherited as heir at law Application 9100

SPAIN, Patrick farmer formerly of Eglish, King’s County, Ireland late of Virginia SA, died c1867. His wife, nee Mary COUGHLAN, died shortly afterwards. Michael HANLEY labourer Freeling aged 43 in March 1867, said that he knew Patrick Spain well in Ireland and SA. Patrick Spain left his estate to his wife, Mary, for life, then to be equally divided amongst the children - John (farmer pt Section 2232 Hundred of Yatala), Catherine, Mary and Elisa Spain. A little filly to grandson Patrick Spain and a foal to grandson James Spain. Son Martin Spain farmer near Virginia to be sole executor.

Patrick Spain married Mary Coughlan in Nov 1825 parish of Eglish. Children all born in Eglish - Edward baptised Jan 1827, Martin baptised Nov 1828, Catherine and Ann baptised Oct 1830, Patrick the Younger baptised March 1832, John baptised March 1834, Mary baptised May 1837, Elisa baptised June 1839. Application 9711

SPALDING, Jean married woman Pt Lincoln, died 10/12/1923. Estate worth £400 Memorial 152/490

No 1

SPALDING, Thomas stone mason Pt Lincoln, died 15/1/1858, of dropsy aged 39 Application 21252

No 1

SPALDING, Thomas farmer Hundred of Warrow and Jane Spalding his wife 1907 Memorial 218/456

SPALDING, Thomas Henry labourer Pt Lincoln, died 27/2/1937. Executors; Mena Ellen HOUSTON schoolteacher formerly of Pt Lincoln but now of 24 East Parade, Mt Lawley WA, Blanche Olive HAWSON spinster formerly of Pt Lincoln but now of 64 Sheffield St, Malvern and Thomas Bond Hawson railway employee formerly of Pt Lincoln but now of Tailem Bend 1950 Memorial 138/525

SPALDING, William Charles farmer Lake Wangary 1904 Memorial 232/451

SPANGENBERG, Hermann teacher Milendella Bonython (Hundred of Finniss) township allotment land grant 1890 Grant Book 58 Page 318 County Sturt

SPANGENBERG, Jean Georg gentleman Adelaide 1861 Memorial 253/171

No 1

SPANGLER, Eduard miner Kanmantoo 1852[-1870] Memorial 161/43, Application 24265

SPANGLER, Eduard and Wilhelm miners Kanmantoo 1857 Memorial 96/130

SPANGLER, Eduard miner Broken Hill NSW likely to have originated in the Callington/Kanmantoo area 1890 Memorial 206/404

No 1

SPANGLER, Wilhelm formerly miner Kanmantoo but now storekeeper Maylands 1885 Memorial 102/365

SPANGLER, Wilhelm storekeeper Maylands 1894 Application 22748

No 1

SPANHAKE, Johann Hermann Friedrich labourer The Sturt 1845 Memorial 348/5

SPANHAKE, John Hermann Frederick [Johann Hermann Friedrich] labourer Sturt River 1845 Application 4791

SPANHAKE, Friedrich policeman Adelaide 1848 Memorial 73/21

SPANHAKE, Johann Herman Friedrich of North Adelaide 1848 Memorial 2279/12

SPANHAKE, Johann Herman Friedrich baker North Adelaide (Pt TA 865 corner shop of O'Connell St and Tynte St) 1850 Memorial 390/22

SPANHAKE, Johann Herman Friedrich formerly of North Adelaide, became a bankrupt in 1854 Memorial 223/79

No 1

SPARGO, Robert of Willunga 1859 Memorial 105/159

SPARGO, Robert gardener Willunga, died 20/7/1871 intestate. Letters of administration to his wife, Grace Spargo, to administer the estate. She was still at Willunga by 1877 Memorial 192/303

No 1

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

SPARGO, Stephen labourer Templers Hundred of Dalkey land grant 1881 Grant Book 26 Page 235 County Gawler

SPARGO, William miner formerly of Kooringa but now of Aberdeen 1851 Memorial 176/31

No 1

SPARK, John Whitlock and Robert Tucker Spark labourers Marden 1850 Memorial 293/25

SPARK, John Whitlock and Robert Tucker Spark farmers Section 1116 Hundred of Adelaide near Adelaide 1851[-1853] Memorial 456/29

No 1 - probably the same person

SPARK, Robert farmer Hope Valley 1856 Memorial 428/97

SPARK, Robert farmer Dry Creek 1857[-1858] Memorial 90/132

SPARK, Robert farmer Yatala 1862 Memorial 313/181

No 1 - probably the same person

SPARK, Robert Tucker farmer Hope Valley 1853 Memorial 307/59

SPARK, Robert Tucker farmer Adelaide 1856 Memorial 442/97

SPARKE, Amelia widow Plympton 1851[-1852] Memorial 484/36

No 1 - probably the same person

SPARKE, Charles labourer of the province 1844 Memorial 211/4

SPARKE, Charles farmer Chain of Ponds 1852[-1854] Memorial 14/41

SPARKE, Charles labourer Para Wirra 1854 Memorial 382/74 SPARKE, Charles farmer Brownhill Creek 1854[-1860] Memorial 439/77

SPARKE, Charles farmer Upper Sturt 1867 Application 8446

SPARKMAN, Frederick draper Wallaroo trustee Cemetery Wallaroo 1866 Grant Book 14 Page 73 County Daly

No 1 - probably the same person

SPARKS, Edward labourer Pt Elliot 1853[-1856] Memorial 484/61

SPARKS, Edward carpenter Goolwa 1859 Memorial 303/155

SPARKS, Edward formerly enginedriver Goolwa now deceased. Executor; Edward James Sparks engineer Wentworth NSW 1906 Memorial 17/455

SPARKS, Edward formerly carpenter then engine driver Goolwa, died 9/11/1872 Kinchiga on the Darling River NSW intestate. Husband of Mary Sparks, who died 16/12/1901. Parents of Edward James Sparks engineer Wentworth NSW 1906 Memorials 221/455 & 6/456

SPARKS, Edward labourer Goolwa, died 9/11/1872 Kichiga on the Darling River NSW. His estate worth £250. His widow, Mary Sparks, died 1901 Application 27707

No 1 - probably the same person

SPARKS, George carpenter Mt Barker District 1844 Memorial 349/75

SPARKS, George of Echunga 1851 Memorial 42/38

SPARKS, George farmer near Echunga 1857[-1867] Memorial 148/117

SPARKS, Harry bank clerk Adelaide 1868[-1869] Memorial 155/227

No 1 - likely to be the same person

SPARKS, Henry carpenter Adelaide 1838 Application 17573

SPARKS, Henry builder Adelaide (Hindley St) 1839 Memorial 149/32

SPARKS, Henry carpenter Adelaide and Hannah Sparks, his wife 1841 Memorial 202/2

SPARKS, Henry carpenter Adelaide 1843[-1845] Memorial 47/3

SPARKS, Henry builder Kensington 1855[-1857] Memorial 456/86

No 2

SPARKS, Henry builder Adelaide 1898 Application 23709

No 1

SPARKS, Henry Thomas carpenter Adelaide (Leigh St) 1854[-1855] Memorial 136/73

SPARKS, Henry Thomas builder Pt Victor became a bankrupt in 1866 Memorial 122/214

No 1

SPARKS, Henry Yorke of Adelaide manager of the Mortgage Company of SA Ltd 1880 Memorial 134/326

SPARKS, Henry Yorke gentleman Glenelg 1880 Application 18010

SPARKS, Henry Yorke accountant Glenelg 1885 Memorial 27/371

SPARKS, Henry Yorke of Adelaide and Sarah Thomas Sparks his wife grocer Adelaide 1886 Memorial 65/387

SPARKS, HY manager Mortgage Company of SA Ltd of Temple Chambers, Currie St, Adelaide 1888 Memorial 201/393

SPARKS, Henry Yorke gentleman Adelaide and Sarah Thomas Sparks his wife 1893 Application 22549

SPARKS, Henry Yorke Esquire Adelaide appointed a member of the Board of Advice to the SA Company meeting in SA 1894 Memorial 116/422

SPARKS, James Henry farmer Mt Gambier 1886 Memorial 176/379

No 1

SPARKS, Joel of the Hundred of Mannanarie. Hundred of Mannanarie land grant 1882 Grant Book 13 Page 83 County Dalhousie

SPARKS, Joel farmer Hundred of Bendleby Co Granville 1887[-1892] Memorial 66/384

SPARKS, Joel farmer Johnburg trustee a Chapel [perhaps at Johnburg?] 1891 Grant Book 13 Page 312 County Dalhousie

No 1 - perhaps the same person

SPARKS, John farmer near Watervale 1875 Memorial 171/282

SPARKS, John farmer near Carrieton 1890 Memorial 186/401

No 1 - perhaps the same person

SPARKS, Overton builder Adelaide, became a bankrupt in 1864 Memorial 168/196

SPARKS, Overton gentleman Adelaide 1867 Memorial 191/226

SPARKS, Overton clerk in the GPO Adelaide 1879 Memorial 25/320

SPARLIN, William farmer The Hermitage Sources of the Little Para 1862[-1865] Memorial 193/186

No 1 - likely to be the same person

SPARNON, Thomas carpenter Adelaide 1849 Memorial 423/14

SPARNON, Thomas builder St Peters 1892 Application 22241

SPARROW, Douglas Yates transport driver Noarlunga and Laurel Sparrow his wife 1954 Memorial 5/529

SPARROW, George farmer Curramulka 1888 Memorial 138/390

SPARROW, Harold Percy Yates farmer Hackham 1939 Application 28189

No 1

SPARROW, John labourer McLaren Vale 1856 Memorial 427/98

SPARROW, John bricklayer McLaren Vale had died by June 1858 Memorial 239/139

No 1 - perhaps the same person

SPARROW, Joseph yeoman Hackham 1868 Memorial 21/234

SPARROW, Joseph Lansbery labourer Hackham, died 2/9/1879. Estate worth £45. Husband of Mary Ann Sparrow. By 1904, Mrs Sparrow had remarried to a Mr Penny and had become a widow again Memorial 156/450

SPARROW, Thomas farmer Morphett Vale 1921[-1927] Memorial 123/483

No 1

SPARSHOTT, Frederick labourer Thebarton, died 15/10/1886 intestate. Letters of administration to his wife, Caroline Charlotte Sparshott, to settle his estate Memorial 226/380

SPARSHOTT, Frederick labourer Thebarton, died 15/10/1886 intestate. By 1891, his widow, Caroline Charlotte S;parshott lived in Norman St, off Sturt St, Adelaide Memorial 173/410

SPARSHOTT, Henry & James farmers Gawler River 1851 Enrolments 62 & 63/24

No 1

SPARSHOTT, James farmer Reedbeds 1844 Memorial 389/3

SPARSHOTT, James farmer Dry Creek 1847 Memorial 320/8 Yeoman Gawler River 1850 Memorial 345/26

SPARSHOTT, James farmer formerly of the Reedbeds but now of Gawler River 1852[-1854] Memorial 490/43

SPARSHOTT, James the Elder gentleman Siddlesom Park (Section 36 and 9 other Sections in the Hundred of Mudla Wirra) near Gawler, died 19/7/1881. Estate worth £6,000. His widow, Sarah Sparshott, died 16/2/1893 after receiving the income from Siddlesom Park and Gawler Town allotments for life. James Sparshott the Younger brickmaker Gawler was a son. Harriet Sarah BUSBRIDGE nee Long wife of James Busbridge the Younger brickmaker Gawler was a granddaughter, and eventually inherited Siddlesom Park and the Gawler Town allotments for life after her grandmother had died and all the testator's grandchildren had turned 21; Mrs Busbridge died 9/6/1923, when all that real estate was sold and distributed equally amongst her children. Sister to Eva Matilda Long who inherited Hundred of Munno Para broadacres and Gawler East allotments for life; then the estate to be sold when the youngest of her children had turned 21 and the proceeds distributed equally amongst them. William James LONG farmer Long Farm (Sections 66, 3877, 3876 Hundred of Munno Para), a grandson of the testator, inherited absolutely his farm from his grandfather. James Sparshott MCLEAN, the youngest grandchild named in the will, turned 21 on 5/4/1894. He inherited absolutely broadacres in the Hundred of Munno Para and allotments in Smithfield West and Gawler West. [A very complicated will - attempted to tie up portion of the estate to the fourth generation. I doubt that all the above description may be correct. Supreme Court action 192/1893] Application 27217

SPARSHOTT, Sarah widow of the late James Sparshott gentleman Gawler, died 16/2/1893, of infuenza and bronchitis, aged 79 Application 23583

No 1

SPARSHOTT, James Frederick plasterer Thebarton 1873 Memorial 47/267

SPARSHOTT, James Frederick plasterer formerly of Thebarton 1873 but now of Adelaide 1877 Application 15699

SPEARMAN, Robert licensed vitualler Mountain Hut Glen Osmond, leased the business from Peter Peachey for 5 years from 1846 at £40 a year for the first three years and £80 a year for the remainder, with the right to 'depasture 8 head of cattle either cows, bullocks or horses without any payment' Memorial 23/7

SPEARS, Harry sheep farmer Thurk Station 1881 Memorial 217/333

SPECHT, August Carl farmer Hundred of Onkaparinga 1856[-1858] Memorial 319/108

SPECHT, Wilhelm engineer Adelaide 1866 Memorial 209/219

SPECK, Albert Richard labourer Mt Crawford. Hundred of Barossa land grant 1912 Grant Book 2 Page 56 County Adelaide

SPECK, Henry John labourer Mt Crawford. Hundred of Barossa land grant 1931 Grant Book 2 Page 57 County Adelaide

No 1 - perhaps the same person

SPECK, John butcher Kersbrook Co Adelaide. Hundred of Crystal Brook land grant 1879 Grant Book 60 Page 227 County Victoria

SPECK, John farmer Mambray Creek 1895 Memorial 177/424

No 1

SPECK, Robert and William farmers Hundred of Davenport 1888 Memorial 108/392

SPECK, Robert farmer Wasleys 1894 Memorial 146/421

SPECK, Robert farmer Davenport Hundred of Davenport land grant 1897 Grant Book 24 Page 670 County Frome

SPECK, Samuel miner Hundred of Barossa brother to Thomas Speck no description 1897 Memorial 12/431

SPECK, William farmer Gawler Plains 1856 Memorial 215/104

No 1

SPEED, Edward Wardle licensed victualler Franklin Harbour linked with John Speed farmer Pt Lincoln and Thomas Speed farmer Mt Hope near Pt Lincoln 1898 Memorial 157/434

SPEED, Edward Wardle hotel proprietor Franklin Harbour 1900 Memorial 71/440

SPEED, Edward Wardle agent Cowell 1916 Memorial 17/474

SPEED, Frank Charles out of business Adelaide 1898 Memorial 135/434

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

SPEED, John teamster Pt Lincoln 1862[-1871] Memorial 160/183

SPEED, John bullock driver Pt Lincoln 1864 Memorial 34/194

SPEED, John carter Pt Lincoln 1865 Memorial 172/201

SPEED, John teamster Pt Lincoln Hundred of Hutchison land grant 1868 Grant Book 21 Page 84 County Flinders

SPEED, John teamster Happy Valley near Pt Lincoln 1868[-1906] Memorial 97/229

SPEED, John teamster Pt Lincoln 1873 Application 12485

SPEED, John farmer Pt Lincoln 1876[-1903] Memorial 126/294

SPEED, John farmer Happy Vally 1881 Memorial 53/330

SPEED, John farmer Pt Lincoln Hundred of Kiana land grant 1895 Grant Book 48 Page 89 County Musgrave

SPEED, John farmer Happy Valley near Pt Lincoln 1913 Memorial 118/469

SPEED, John the Elder farmer Pt Lincoln. John Speed the Younger mentioned but not described 1886 Memorial 230/376

SPEED, John farmer Pt Lincoln 1907, who had been in the district since c1867 Application 25400.

SPEED, John farmer Happy Valley, Pt Lincoln, died 12/8/1914. Linked with Edward Wardle Speed agent Cowell, William Daniel Speed farmer Plympton and Julia Speed widow Plympton Memorial 17/474

SPEED, John farmer Pt Lincoln and his wife Julia Speed were married in 1857. By 1915, Julia Speed was a widow living at Plympton. A son, William Daniel Speed retired farmer, also lived at Plympton Application 26382

SPEED, Julia widow Pt Lincoln, died 27/7/1917. She could not write. Mother of William Speed and the late Martha MAHONEY. William Daniel Speed pastoralist Plympton and Thomas Speed farmer Mt Hope appear to belong to this family Memorials 76 & 83/476

SPEED, John farmer Happy Valley near Pt Lincoln, died 17/9/1914 intestate. His widow, Julia Speed, died 27/7/1917. Her children included: John Speed farmer Streaky Bay, Edward Wardle Speed agent Cowell; Thomas Speed farmer Mt Hope; Julia PIKE married woman Cowell; Mary WARE married woman Cowell. A deceased child called Martha MAHONEY 1919. William Daniel Speed pastoralist Plympton related to this family Application 26745

No 1

SPEED, John farmer Mt Hope near Pt Lincoln 1885 Application 20578

SPEED, John farmer Pt Lincoln 1908 stated that he had arrived in the town in 1859 Application 25554

No 2

SPEED, John farmer Hundred of Kiana Co Musgrave 1888 Memorial 15/393

SPEED, Julia school teacher Franklin Harbour. Cowell (Hundred of Playford) township allotment land grant 1896 Grant Book 39 Page 84 County Jervois

No 1

SPEED, Thomas sheepfarmer Mt Hope. Hundred of Kiana land grant 1911 Grant Book 48 Page 89 County Musgrave

SPEED, Thomas farmer Mt Hope 1920 Application 26944

SPEED, WC clerk to WD SCOTT solicitor Adelaide 1876 Memorial 226/292

SPEED, William Daniel formerly of Pt Lincoln but then of Plympton 1929, declared that he had been born in Pt Lincoln during 1860, and during his lifetime had either resided there or frequently visited the district Application 27795

SPEEDING, Abraham Briscoe insurance agent Adelaide (Grenfell St) 1893 Memorial 64/416

SPEER, Johnn labourer Bowden 1848[-1853] Memorial 89/50

No 1

SPEER, William yeoman Cox Creek 1867[-1871] Memorial 32/222

SPEER, William out of business Stirling East, died 13/7/ 1918. Brother of Elizabeth STEAD widow South Tce, Adelaide. Uncle of Elizabeth Mary GRASBY married woman Unley Park and Joseph Stead pharmaceutical chemist Alberton. W Speer could not write. He lived on pt Section 45 Hundred of Noarlunga (6 acres) 'laid out as a fruit and vegetable garden' Memorial 72/477

SPEER, William out of business Stirling East, died 13/7/1918 Adelaide. His estate worth £415 to his sister, Elizabeth STEAD widow South Tce, Adelaide. Her children called William Joseph Stead pharmaceutical chemist Alberton and Elizabeth Mary GRASBY married woman Unley Park 1918 Application 26718

No 1

SPEERS, Andrew farmer Emu Flat 1855[-1856] Memorial 337/90

SPEERS, Andrew farmer Clare 1858 Application 83

SPEERS, Andrew farmer Clare 1856[-1865] Memorial 357/100

SPEERS, Andrew and William farmers Fairview near Clare 1861 Application 2521

SPEERS, Andrew farmer Clare Co Stanley. Hundred of Booyoolie land grant 1873 Grant Book 60 Page 145 County Victoria

No 1

SPEERS, James farmer Millicent. Hundred of Mayurra land grant 1892 Grant Book 31 Page 234 County Grey

SPEERS, James farmer Clare Co Stanley. Hundred of Booyoolie land grant 1878 Grant Book 60 Page 155 County Victoria

SPEERS, William farmer Fairview Farm [near Clare??] 1866 Memorial 179/209

SPEHR, Adolph Louis Eduard grazier Furner 1897 Memorial 39/430

SPEHR, Andreas Friedrich farmer Talunga and Anna Christiana Spehr his wife 1857 Memorial 278/116

No 1

SPEHR, August George of Millicent 1889 Memorial 15/397

SPEHR, August George farmer Millicent Hundred of Mt Muirhead land grant 1891 Grant Book 31 Page 203 County Grey

SPEHR, Carl Louis solicitor Mt Gambier 1905 Application 24966

No 1

SPEHR, Christian farmer Balhannah 1852 Memorial 217/40

SPEHR, Christian farmer formerly of Balhannah but now of Blumberg 1858 Memorial 73/147

No 1

SPEHR, Christian Heinrich farmer Millicent Millicent North (Hundred of Mt Muirhead) township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 31 Page 310 County Grey

SPEHR, Christian Heinrich farmer Millicent had died by 1900. August George Spehr inherited estate Grant Book 31 Page 208 County Grey

No 1

SPEHR, CL solicitor Adelaide 1896 Memorial 179/428

SPEHR, CL solicitor Mt Gambier 1900[-1905] Memorial 101/440

SPEHR, Franklin Albert clerk Mt Gambier 1945 Memorial 113/519

SPEHR, Friedrich Wilhelm carter near Sandy Creek 1908[-1926] Memorial 243/45

SPEHR, Garth Shepherdson dairy farmer Mt Gambier 1938 Application 28118

No 1

SPEHR, Heinrich Friedrich farmer Talunga 1855 Memorial 21/84

SPEHR, Heinrich Friedrich farmer Blumberg 1861 Memorial 20/177

SPEHR, Heinrich Friedrich farmer Mt Gambier Hundred of Caroline land grant 1866 Grant Book 31 Page 4 County Grey

No 1

SPEHR, Louis farmer Mt Gambier Hundred of Mayurra land grant 1876 Grant Book 31 Page 222 County Grey

SPEHR, Louis gentleman Millicent Beachport (Hundred of Rivoli Bay) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 31 Page 285 County Grey

SPEHR, Wilhelm August Julius farmer Tungkillo Hundred of Finniss land grant 1876 Grant Book 58 Page 33 County Sturt

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

SPELLACY, Michael carter Adelaide 1853[-1858] Memorial 71/51

SPELLACY, Michael the Elder formerly of Cratlon Co Clare, Ireland, married Johanna GREEN 18/8/1852 Roman Catholic Church, Adelaide. Michael Spellacy labourer Thebarton, died 3/2/1861 Snapper Point Mt Barker Road intestate, accident, aged 30. Husband of Johanna Spellacy. His only child, Michael Spellacy the Younger, born 2/7/1857, baptised 23/7/1857 St Patrick's Grote St, Adelaide, now labourer Waymouth St, Adelaide 1880, inherited his estate as heir at law Application 18136

SPELLACY, Michael labourer Adelaide 1880 Memorial 77/324

SPELLACY, Michael labourer Hindmarsh 1881 Application 18461

No 1

SPELLERBERG, Elvina spinster Lobethal, daughter of the late Carl Spellerberg smelter Lobethal and his wife, Johanne Christiane Spellerberg. The Widow Spellerberg remarried to Aeneas Morrison ALLAN gentleman Adelaide 1854 Memorial 159/66

SPELLERBERG, Elvina died 24/5/1871 over 21 and intestate. Daughter of Johanne Christiane Francisca ALLAN widow Ormond Rd, Elsternwick Vic. Mrs Allan was also the mother of Aenaeus Morrison Allan the Younger sworn valuator Ormond Rd, Elsternwick 1897 Memorial 63/431

SPELLS, Sarah spinster Pt Wakefield 1876 Memorial 7/292

SPELLS, William mariner Pt Wakefield 1856[-1872] Memorial 56/112

No 1 - perhaps the same person

SPELLS, William John master mariner Birkenhead 1891 Application 22061

SPELLS, William John agent Pt Wakefield 1909 Application 25677

No 1

SPENCE, Alfred Samuel Esquire Adelaide 1866[-1885] Memorial 84/216

SPENCE, Alfred Samuel commonly known as Alfred Spence land agent Adelaide 1877 Application 15678

SPENCE, Alfred agent Adelaide 1889[-1890] Memorial 36/400

SPENCE, Alfred Esquire Adelaide, a beneficiary in the will of the late George HANCE solicitor Adelaide 1891 Application 22163

SPENCE, Alfred gentleman Alfred Chambers, 12 Currie St, Adelaide 1892 Memorial 146/413

SPENCE, Alfred estate agent Adelaide 1899 Memorial 181/438

SPENCE, Alfred Samuel (otherwise known as Alfred Spence) estate agent Adelaide 1906 Memorial 196/454

SPENCE, Alfred Samuel commonly known as Alfred Spence, formerly of Adelaide but then of Weston-Super-Mare, Somerset, England, died 11/1/1912 Memorial 71/475

SPENCE, Alfred agent Adelaide, died 11/1/1912 in England, after returning there two times before - in 1895 and 1901. He returned to England permanently in 1906, after living in SA since at least 1885. The Executor Trustee and Agency Company of SA Ltd saw to his SA business affairs. Samuel Bell LABATT solicitor Adelaide used to be A Spence's legal officer Application 27470

No 1

SPENCE, David gentleman Adelaide 1842 Memorial 450/1

SPENCE, David solicitor Adelaide 1844 Memorial 95/268

No 1 - Is this really Edward Jones Spence??

SPENCE, Edward John merchant Adelaide 1861 Memorial 219/175

No 1

SPENCE, Edward Jones merchant Adelaide 1860[-1865] Memorial 178/165, Application 5939

SPENCE, Edward Jones Esquire Adelaide 1861[-18622] Enrolment 95/43

SPENCE, George gentleman Kensington linked with Thomas Spence plasterer Kensington. Mary Ann Spence mentioned but not described 1854 Memorial 170/71

SPENCE, George gentleman Kensington 1855 Memorial 99/81

SPENCE, George gardener Beulah Rd, Norwood, died 26/11/1873, of old age, aged 81. His wife, Jane Spence, died 10/9/1867 Norwood, of senile debility, aged 77 Application 17950

SPENCE, Helen widow Adelaide 1853[-1859] Memorial 231/54

SPENCE, James linked with Section 8 Hundred of Playford Co Jervois 1886 Memorial 243/373

No 1

SPENCE, John gentleman Adelaide 1849[-1852] Memorial 427/17

No 2

SPENCE, John farmer Old Tiers. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1854 Grant Book 1 Page 25 County Adelaide

No 3

SPENCE, John farmer Clarendon. Wesleyan Methodist Chapel land trustee 1858 Memorial 145/133

No 4

SPENCE, John and David merchants Melbourne Vic 1881 Application 18920

No 1

SPENCE, John Brodie gentleman Adelaide linked with Helen Spence widow Adelaide 1853 Memorial 231/54

SPENCE, John Brodie Manager of the E, S & A Chartered Bank Adelaide 1871 Application 11308

SPENCE, John Brodie bank manager formerly of Adelaide but now in parts beyond the seas 1876 Memorial 91/296

SPENCE, John Brodie Commissioner of Railways 1885 Grant Book 13 Page 113 County Dalhousie

SPENCE, John Brodie gentleman Adelaide (Gilbert Place) 1895 Application 22836

SPENCE, John Brodie gentleman High St, Glenelg died 7/12/1902 intestate, of morbus cordis and pulmonary congestion, aged 78. Estate worth £5,914. Husband of Jessie Spence Memorial 226/447

SPENCE, John Brodie gentleman Glenelg, died 7/12/1902 intestate. Letters of administration to his widow, Jessie Spence. Estate worth £5,914 Application 26718

SPENCE, John Brodie gentleman High St, Glenelg, died 7/1/1902, of morbus cordis and pulmonary congestion, aged 78 Deposit 10/1903

SPENCE, Joseph Pool prospector Kalgoorlie WA Hundred of Jessie land grant 1899 Grant Book 50 Page 260 County Robe

No 1 - perhaps the same person

SPENCE, Malcolm farmer Nairne 1857 Memorial 4/124

SPENCE, Malcolm farmer Tothill Creek 1863 Memorial 110/201

No 1

SPENCE, Manuel mason Nairne 1885 Application 20751

SPENCE, Manuel mason Nairne brother to Samuel Spence storekeeper Nairne now deceased. Catherine Spence was Samuel Spence’s widow 1888 Application 21314

SPENCE, Robert of Hoyleton 1880 Memorial 101/326

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

SPENCE, Samuel storekeeper Nairne 1862[-1873] Memorial 345/182

SPENCE, Samuel storekeeper Nairne, died December 1865 Application 24934

SPENCE, Samuel the Elder storekeeper Nairne, died c1866. He gave all his estate to his wife, Catherine Eunson Spence, for the benefit of herself and their children - Robert Spence, Samuel Spence the Younger, Clarissa Spence and Anne Spence Memorial 135/215

Spence, Samuel died December 1865. Husband of Catherine Eunson Spence widow Lot 80 Nairne 1905. Parents of Clarissa Chapman wife of George Chapman bacon curer Nairne and Ann Chapman, wife of his brother, Elijah Chapman blacksmith Nairne. Also parents of Robert Spence who died 27/8/1884 intestate in Sydney NSW, and Samuel Spence whose last letter to his mother, dated 18/4/1877, came from Rockywater Thales? Hotel Darling NSW. Both sons were unmarried Application 24934

SPENCE, Catherine widow Nairne 1882[-1897] Memorial 32/344

No 1

SPENCE, Thomas plaisterer Prospect 1847 Memorial 438/8

SPENCE, Thomas plaisterer Walkerville 1849 Memorial 316/13

SPENCE, Thomas plasterer Kensington 1850[-1854] Memorial 86/25 Linked with George Spence gentleman Kensington 1854 Memorial 170/71

SPENCE, Thomas gentleman Adelaide and his wife, Mary Ann Spence 1852 Memorial 169/71

SPENCE, Thomas gentleman Kensington, about to leave the province for a time, power of attorney to his wife, Mary Ann Spence, to manage his SA business affairs 22/9/1852 Deposit 187/OA

SPENCE, Thomas publican Eaglehawk Maldon Vic, died 29/5/1863, of chronic rheumatism and heart disease (11 years), aged 44. Born Arbroath, Scotland Parents: George Spence weaver and Jane Spence. Emigrated to the Swan River (3 years), Adelaide (10 years), Victoria (11 years). Married 19/9/1840, St Martin, Guernsey CI, aged 21, to Mary Ann BROPHY. No family. Thomas Spence left real estate in SA to his parents, George and Jane Spence for life, then to his wife, Mary Ann Spence. His wife also inherited the Victoria Hotel, Eaglehawk, near Maldon, absolutely. She remarried to William THRELFALL IN 1864 (qv). Thomas Spence had a brother called George Spence living at Collingwood Vic in 1863 Application 17950

SPENCE, William farmer Baroota had died by 1902. Executors – William and Alexander Spence farmers Baroota Grant Book 24 Page 701 County Frome

SPENCER, Alexander, George Ingram and William all of Baroota 1895 Memorial 18/425

SPENCER, Ann Barber of the Hundred of Ward 1886 Memorial 127/375

SPENCER, David Warner Secretary of Commonwealth Hill Pty Ltd, of Jumbuk House, 9 French St, Adelaide, employed by the Company for 17 years until 1971. Byron Hugh MACLACHLAN Company Director 20 Edwin Tce, Gilberton, declared that Commonwealth Hill Pty Ltd belonged to the Maclachlan family Application 29750

SPENCER, Daniel wheelwright Darlington on the Sturt 1896[-1913] Memorial 193/426

SPENCER, Frederick carpenter Kensington. Kensington Methodist Church trustee 1929 Memorial 68/501, Application 27732

No 1

SPENCER, George farmer Morphett Vale 1853 Hundred of Myponga land grant Memorial 182/93

No 2

SPENCER, George saddler Watervale 1854[-1860] Memorial 184/78

SPENCER, George farmer Watervale 1868 Memorial 190/232

SPENCER, George Russell farmer Clarendon 1881[-1899] Memorial 24/332

SPENCER, H clerk to Matthew SMITH solicitor Adelaide (Gawler Place) 1848 Memorial 182/12

No 1

SPENCER, Henry saddler Lameroo. Hundred of Bews land grant 1908 Grant Book 12 Page 3 County Chandos

No 2

SPENCER, Henry gardener Hindmarsh 1924 Memorial 161/489

SPENCER, Henry formerly gardener Hindmarsh but now upholsterer Goolwa 1924 Memorial 199/499

SPENCER, Herbert J school teacher Walloway 1893 Memorial 28/418

SPENCER, J of Clarendon 1914 Memorial 133/471

No 1

SPENCER, James farmer Macclesfield 1851 Memorial 490/29

SPENCER, James farmer Morphett Vale 1853 Hundred of Myponga land grant Memorial 183/93

SPENCER, James farmer Myponga 1860 Application 1138

No 2 - perhaps the same person

SPENCER, James gardener Mt Lofty 1878[-1879] Memorial 206/308

SPENCER, James gardener Marion 1909 Memorial 122/461

SPENCER, Jeffrey Richard retired farmer Goolwa, aged 69 in 1956, declared that he had lived in Goolwa for 50 years Application 29161

No 1 - perhaps the same person

SPENCER, John labourer Adelaide 1841 Application 8822

SPENCER, John labourer Adelaide 1844 Memorial 358/3

SPENCER, John yeoman Adelaide 1848 Memorial 281/13

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

SPENCER, John farmer Old Tiers 1854 Memorial 3/69

SPENCER, John farmer Crafers 1868 Memorial 160/232

SPENCER, John farmer Crafers Crafers Primitive Methodist Chapel trustee 1875 Application 14285

SPENCER, John farmer Old Tiers 1877 Application 15847

SPENCER, John gardener near Mt Lofty 1878 Application 16714

No 3

SPENCER, John farmer Morphett Vale 1851 Memorial 21/32

No 4 - perhaps a continuation of No 3; mixture of the Elder and the Younger

SPENCER, John farmer Clarendon 1851[-1879] Memorial 379/52

SPENCER, John farmer Clarendon linked with William Spencer farmer Morphett Vale 1879 Memorial 231/317

SPENCER, John farmer Clarendon Wesleyan Methodist member 1857 Memorial 6/122

SPENCER, John the Younger Clarendon Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee, died 17/8/1872 Applications 13995/14016

SPENCER, John farmer Clarendon 1883 Application 19721

SPENCER, John farmer Clarendon, died 20/6/1894, of heart disease and dropsy, aged 76 Application 23275

No 5

SPENCER, John farmer Naracoorte Hundred of Naracoorte land grant 1880 Grant Book 50 Page 114 County Robe

No 6

SPENCER, John gardener High St, Kensington 1923[-1924] Memorial 112/487

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

SPENCER, John James butcher Goolwa 1878 Memorial 73/305

SPENCER, John James died 9/5/1910. His widow, Edith Adelaide Spencer nee DUNN lived in Strathalbyn by 1912. Thomasin Dunn mentioned but not described Memorial 200/466

SPENCER, John James the Younger fisherman Goolwa 1929[-1933] Memorial 115/501

SPENCER, John James of Goolwa had two sisters - Lucy Emily ESTICK wife of George Estick, and Gertrude Helen FLETCHER all of Goolwa 1955. The Esticks tended an extensive grove of almonds on lot 62, on the corner of More and Loveday Sts in Goolwa Application 29133

No 1

SPENCER, Joseph farmer Nairne 1861 Memorial 346/172

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

SPENCER, Joseph labourer Scott Creek near Nairne linked with William Spencer butcher Nairne 1866 Memorial 199/210

SPENCER, Joseph labourer Scott Creek near Nairne 1879 Memorial 103/313

SPENCER, Katherine (possibly formerly a Miss ROSS) widow Dawesley1890 Memorial 171/404

SPENCER, Otto chaff merchant Adelaide Rd, Kapunda 1925 Application 27360

SPENCER, Richard blacksmith Adelaide 1873 Memorial 139/267

SPENCER, Richard James postal assistant Goolwa, aged 30 in 1955, declared that he had lived in Goolwa for all of his life Application 29139

SPENCER, Robert farmer The Sturt 1875[-1876] Memorial 37/282

No 1

SPENCER, Thomas and William farmers Section 5 Hundred of Onkaparinga 1858 Memorial 7/146

SPENCER, Thomas of the New Tiers 1860 Memorial 99/165

SPENCER, Thomas farmer Section 5 Hundred of Onkaparinga 1860 Memorial 218/171

SPENCER, Thomas gardener Mt Lofty 1868 Memorial 82/230

SPENCER, Thomas gardener Summertown 1902 Memorial 178/445

No 2

SPENCER, Thomas farmer Blinman. Hundred of Carr land grant 1886 Grant Book 59 Page 3 County Taunton

No 1

SPENCER, William labourer Adelaide 1838 Memorial 200/4

SPENCER, William of Adelaide 1841 Application 8822

SPENCER, William labourer Magill 1845[-1846] Memorial 221/5 Labourer Hurtle Vale 1847 Memorial 290/12

SPENCER, William farmer Morphett Vale 1848 Memorial 454/20 Farmer Hurtle Vale 1850 Memorial 379/24

SPENCER, William farmer Morphett Vale 1853[-1870] Hundred of Myponga land grant Memorial 181/93

No 2

SPENCER, William labourer Adelaide 1853[-1854] Memorial 19/48

No 3

SPENCER, William farmer Section 5 Hundred of Onkaparinga 1852[-1859] Memorial 471/42

SPENCER, William farmer Scott Creek near Nairne 1865 Memorial 152/207

SPENCER, William [formerly farmer Scott Creek near Nairne but now] mail contractor Swanport 1867 Memorial 162/222

SPENCER, William labourer Swanport Murray River. He sold land at Dawesley 1867 Memorial 239/223

SPENCER, William mason North Adelaide 1898 Memorial 18/434

SPENCER, WO hairdresser Pt Adelaide 1912 Application 26079

No 1

SPENDER, Job carpenter Adelaide 1851[-1853] Memorial 173/29

SPENDER, Job publican Adelaide (Hindmarsh Hotel Pirie St) linked with William Spender publican of the same place 1855 Memorial 325/82

SPENDER, Job builder Adelaide 1857 Enrolment 97/38

SPENDER, Job yeoman Adelaide 1851 Memorial 190/37

SPENDER, Job carpenter Park Land South 1851 Memorial 334/37

SPENDER, Job builder Parkside 1854[-1857] Memorial 213/79 He laid out Spenderville on pt Section 240 Survey B Memorial 140/119

SPENDER, Job builder formerly of Adelaide but now of Unley 1858 Memorial 61/140

SPENDER, Job builder formerly of Parkside 1856 but now of Balhannah 1867 Application 8219

SPENDER, Job gentleman Maylands, died 18/4/1886. His widow, Emily Elizabeth Spender, remarried 28/4/1887 to Stephen Robert COX bootmaker Norwood. Perhaps linked with Edwin John Cox solicitor Adelaide Memorial 94/387

SPERBER, Peter Martin Lebrecht advertising manager Prince of Wales Theatre Adelaide (Grote St) changed his name to Leonard Sperber 1925. Born 24/4/1900 Lane St, Broken Hill NSW Memorial 143/492

SPERLING, Johann Ernst Ewald labourer Stockwell 1942 Memorial 149/516

SPERR, Ottilie spinster Cox Creek 1854 Memorial 172/64

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

SPERRING, George brickmaker Bowden 1851[-1863] Memorial 453/34

SPERRING, George brickmaker Bowden 1863 Application 4358

SPERRING, George labourer Third St, Bowden 1904, had been living in the area since c1881 Application 24899

SPERRING, George labourer Third St, Bowden 1905, declared that he had lived in Bowden since c1882 Application 24930

No 2

SPERRING, George labourer Pt Adelaide 1854 Memorial 471/63

SPERRING, George labourer Le Fevre Peninsula 1855 Memorial 69/85

SPERRING, George labourer formerly of Pt Adelaide but now of Mosquito Plains 1860 Memorial 43/165

No 1

SPERRING, William labourer Le Fevre Peninsula 1854 Memorial 61/80

SPERRING, William formerly labourer 1854 but now baker Le Fevre Peninsula 1865 Application 6200

SPICE, James land broker Laura 1878 Memorial 216/306

No 1

SPICER, Edward stockholder Currency Creek 1844 Memorial 478/46

SPICER, Edward sheep farmer Pt Lincoln 1849[-1850] Memorial 220/19

No 2

SPICER, Edward farmer of the Onkaparinga Road near Edwardstown 1841 Application 25199

SPICER, Edward gentleman Black Forest 1847[-1853] Memorial 60/10

SPICER, Edward gentleman Black Forest 1851 Memorial 150/31 Formerly of the Black Forest, but now on a voyage to England 1851 Memorial 115/32

SPICER, Edward gentleman formerly of the Black Forest but now of Adelaide 1853 Memorial 480/54

SPICER, Edward gentleman Adelaide 1854 Memorial 157/69

SPICER, Edward merchant Adelaide 1860 Application 1173

SPICER, Edward Esquire Rose Park, died 7/5/1906. Father of Edward Henry Spicer formerly merchant Adelaide (Currie St) but now gentleman North Adelaide Memorial 25/470

SPICER, Edward Henry of Kyoto, Japan, died 4/12/1906 (trustee for the estate of the late Edward Spicer Esquire Rose Park, who died 7/5/1906). Father of Edward Gordon Spicer, Cyril Mortlock Spicer, William Ranson Mortlock Spicer and Henry Wallis Spicer. Brother to Ellen Peterswald Theresa SYMONS and Sarah COOK 1929 Memorials 5 & 6/502

SPICER, Elizabeth Trevethan widow Norwood 1864 Application 5082

SPICER, Emma widow Ramsgate, Kent, England 1913 Memorial 170/468

No 1

SPICER, Frederick surgeon Adelaide 1864 Memorial 214/193

SPICER, Frederick surgeon formerly of Adelaide but now of Glenelg 1871 Memorial 30/264

SPICER, Henry Wallis medical student Adelaide 1911[-1912] Memorial 157/465

No 1

SPICER, James of Laura 1879 Memorial 250/315

SPICER, James auctioneer Laura. Trustee Institute Laura Laura (Hundred of Booyoolie) township allotment land grant 1879 Grant Book 60 Page 456 County Victoria

SPICER, James auctioneer Laura 1887 Memorial 99/385

SPICER, Jane spinster Auburn 1855 Memorial 54/83

SPICER, John shoemaker Yongala. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1881 Grant Book 13 Page 197 County Dalhousie

SPICER, John Edward gentleman Melbourne Vic, power of attorney to George Hamilton TRAILL bank manager Melbourne, to manage his pastoral interests in the waste lands of the Crown in SA 14/4/1883 Deposit 107/1883

No 1

SPICER, John Thomas shoemaker Hahndorf 1861[-1866]

Memorial 226/176

SPICER, John Thomas shoemaker Hahndorf. Trustee Primitive Methodist Chapel Hahndorf 1862 Memorial 62/184

SPICER, John William solicitor Adelaide 1842[-1849] Memorial 186/2

No 1

SPICER, Percival Thomas tailor Adelaide (Rundle St) 1918 Memorial 84/477

SPICER, Percival Thomas tailor and mercer Adelaide 1919 Memorial 116/478

SPICER, Robert agent Adelaide, trustee for the estate of Jane Spicer spinster formerly of Auburn late of Adelaide, who died c1891 Application 22221

SPICER, Thomas Coombe farmer Edwardstown 1854 Memorial 387/76

SPICER, William labourer formerly of Enfield 1854 but now of Mt Buninyong Vic 1864 Application 5227

No 1

SPICER, William Clarke farmer Upper Wakefield and his wife, Mary Spicer 1853 Memorial 69/55

SPICER, William Clarke farmer Binscombe Farm Upper Wakefield 1854 Memorial 446/75

SPICER, William Clarke farmer Upper Wakefield 1854[-1860] Auburn Bible Christian Chapel trustee 1854 Memorial 345/72

Upper Wakefield District Councillor 1856 Memorial 375/96

SPICER, William Clarke of Brinscombe near Auburn 1857 Memorial 244/114

SPICER, William Clarke farmer of the Upper Wakefield 1855 of Auburn 1865 [Likely the same address] Application 6155

SPICER, William Clarke farmer Upper Wakefield Hundred of Upper Wakefield land grant 1858 Grant Book 56 Page 125 County Stanley

SPICER, William Clarke farmer Auburn 1866 Application 7463

SPICER, William Ranson Mortlock gentleman Coogee NSW, died 12/4/1928 Royal North Shore Hospital, Sydney NSW. Brother to Henry Wallis Spicer. Estate worth £7,013 Memorial 58/501

No 1

SPICER, William Wakefield farmer Riverton Co Light. Hundred of Cotton land grant 1911 Grant Book 12 Page 125 County Chandos

SPICER, William Wakefield farmer Lameroo. Hundred of Cotton land grant 1911 Grant Book 12 Page 125 County Chandos

SPICER, William Wakefield farmer Wilkawatt trustee Presbyterian Church Dingo Bore 1911 Grant Book 12 Page 126 County Chandos

SPICER, William Wakefield farmer Lameroo 1925 Memorial 2/494

SPIER, John labourer Bowden 1851 Memorial 469/74

SPIER, L clerk Adelaide 1914 Memorial 155/471

SPIERS, AE clerk Wilmington 1920 Application 28155

SPIERS, Andrew farmer near Clare Hundred of Hart land grant 1865[-1866] Grant Book 56 Page 476 County Stanley

No 1

SPIERS, Henry of Mernmerna 1876 Memorial 191/289

SPIERS, Henry storekeeper Mernmerna. Mernmerna (Hundred of Woolyana) township allotment land grant 1883 Grant Book 5 Page 58 County Blachford

SPIERS, Henry farmer Woolyana linked with William Spiers farmer Hawker 1892 Memorial 109/414

No 1 - perhaps the same person

SPIERS, William farmer Fairview Clare Hundred of Milne land grant 1861 Grant Book 56 Page 345 County Stanley

SPIERS, William farmer Clare 1877 Application 16271

SPIERS, William farmer Whitewall and Mary Ann Pearce his wife nee Mary Ann PEARCE perhaps daughter of the late Thomas Pearce of Mern Merna now deceased. Linked with Charles Pearce farmer Gordon 1888 Memorial 76/393

SPIEWKOWSKI, Catherine nee BENNETT [formerly Adelaide; married after 1874] married woman Pt Augusta, died 15/10/1886 intestate. Letters of administration to her husband, Jacob Marcus Asher Spiewkowski broker Adelaide. Estate worth £50 1888 Application 21467

SPIEWKOWSKI, William gentleman Jamestown Co Victoria. Yongala (Hundred of Yongala) township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 13 Page 151 County Dalhousie

SPILLER, Alfred licensed victualler Adelaide became a bankrupt 'save and except thereout the wearing apparel of the said Alfred Spiller his wife and family and necessary articles of household furniture not exceeding the sum of £30' 1873 Memorial 127/310

No 1

SPILLER, Emanuel compositor Adelaide 1849[-1854] Memorial 20/15

SPILLER, Emanuel compositor [formerly of Adelaide but now] of Unley 1855 Memorial 137/91

SPILLER, Emanuel compositor formerly of Unley 1855 now of Adelaide 1871 Application 11382.

SPILLER, Emanuel formerly of Unley then of Adelaide compositor 1849 now printer (Grenfell St) 1873 Application 12772

SPILLER, Herbert William auctioneer’s clerk Adelaide 1884 Memorials 129/356 & 141/362

No 1

SPILLER, Robert slater Adelaide (Grenfell St) 1841 Memorial 387/1

SPILLER, Robert slater Adelaide but now licensed victualler Morphett Vale 1847 Memorial 14/8

SPILLER, Samuel Vincent farmer Gumeracha 1866 Memorial 226/265

SPILLER, William Bowden printer linked with Mary Ann Spiller widow Adelaide 1876 Memorial 39/295

SPILLETT, Edward mason Penola 1863[-1865] Memorial 341/191

SPINKSTON, Albertina Helen spinster Kybunga 1896[-1898] Memorial 228/426

No 1

SPINKSTON, James Henry hotel broker Adelaide 1910[-1927] Memorial 134/463

SPINKSTON, James Henry hotelbroker Adelaide and Elizabeth Mary Spinkston his wife 1916 Application 26514

No 1

SPINKSTON, William Leslie licensed valuer Adelaide (Majestic Chambers, King William St) 1948 Memorial 91/523

SPINKSTON, William Leslie hotelbroker Adelaide (Majestic Chambers, King William St) 1955 Memorial 107/530

SPITTLE, Joseph carpenter Norwood 1874 Application 13930

No 1

SPLAINE, Henry Horne police constable Adelaide 1881 Memorial 224/332

SPLAINE, Henry Horne gardener East Marden 1882 Application 19228

SPLANE, William bootmaker Pt Augusta Co Frome. Marree (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1884 Grant Book 65 Page 135 County Not named

SPOALDING, Thomas and Thomas Henry of Pt Lincoln 1856 Memorial 189/121

SPOALDING, Thomas Henry farmer Pt Lincoln 1875 Memorial 110/281

No 1

SPOEHR, August farmer Glen Osmond 1851 Memorial 286/36

SPOEHR, August farmer Balhannah 1856[-1864] Memorial 220/98

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

SPOEHR, Carl Heinrich of Tungkillo 1870 Memorial 240/247

No 1

SPOEHR, Christian Heinrich farmer Blumberg 1857 Memorial 110/122

SPOEHR, Christian Heinrich farmer Balhannah 1857 Memorial 316/122

SPOEHR, Franklin Albert clerk Mt Gambier 1945. Mt Gambier Lutheran Church trustee Application 28421

SPOEHR/SPOHR/SPÖHR, Hermann farmer Tungkillo. Hundred of Tungkillo land grant 1867 Grant Book 58 Page 306 County Sturt

SPOEHR, Hermann August farmer Woodside 1921 Memorial 71/482

SPOEHR/SPOHR/SPÖHR, Wilhelm August Julius farmer Tungkillo Hundred of Tungkillo land grant 1867 Grant Book 58 Page 305 County Sturt

No 1

SPOKES, Edward ironworker Norwood 1856 Memorial 238/112

SPOKES, Edward ironwheeler Norwood 1856[-1867] Memorial 238/112

SPOKES, Edward iron wheeler Osmond Tce, Norwood, died 15/1/1891, leaving his home to his housekeeper, Sarah RICHARDSON spinster Norwood. Was she a relative to William RICHARDSON carpenter Norwood? Josiah Eustace DODD organ builder Adelaide and Norwood was a good friend of Edward Spokes Application 22451

SPONG, Reginald Nash the Younger vigneron McLaren Vale 1950 Application 28751

SPONG, William Joseph carpenter Adelaide 1850 Memorial 296/137

SPOONER, George of Hinmarsh 1918 Memorial 162/476

SPOONER, Phoebe spinster Pt Adelaide 1855 Memorial 498/95

SPOONER, William french polisher Adelaide 1865 Memorial 34/237 Carpenter Adelaide 1869 Memorial 101/237

SPORN, Arthur Aubrey accountant Light Pass 1942, inherited pt Section 182 Hundred of Moorooroo (the Sporn homestead), which his father, Friedrich Paul Sporn, who died 18/11/1940, left to him absolutely after AA Sporn's mother (Lydia Emma Sporn) had died and all the children had turned 21 Application 28335

SPORN, Friedrich Gottlieb Ernst farmer Hundred of Yanyarrie 1890 Memorial 53/401

SPORN, Friedrich Paul farmer Light Pass, died 18/11/1940 Angaston. Husband of Lydia Emma Sporn. Father of Carl Friedrich Walter Sporn farmer Light Pass, Alwin Richard Sporn stock clerk Saddleworth, Frank Martin Sporn, Paul Bernhard Sporn, Arthur Aubrey Sporn and Kenneth George Sporn. My said son Arthur Aubrey Sporn shall suffer and permit my wife during her life … to have the full use, benefit and enjoyment of the smaller dwelling house on the said land with full and free right of ingress, egress and regress thereto and therefrom for herself, her friends, servants and visitors from the said dwelling house to the usual exit to a public road off the said land; and that he shall at his own cost supply her during her life with as much cut and dry firewood and milk as she shall require for her own use and will all medicine, medical attendance, comforts and nursing as she shall require; and that he will place at her disposal a suitable horse and buggy with a competent driver as and when she shall reasonably require the same … I hereby further declare that in the event of my dear wife marrying again before my youngest child attains the age of 21 years her interest in and all benefits to which she becomes entitled under this will shall thereupon absolutely cease … ' Memorial 106/516

No 1

SPORN, Johann farmer Light Pass 1853[-1854] Memorial 269/56

SPORN, Johann farmer Light Pass near Nuriootpa, died 17/8/1899. Estate worth £14,050. Husband of Maria Rosine Sporn nee DITTRICH. Father of Caroline SAUER, Friedrich Gottlieb Ernst Sporn, August Heinrich Sporn, Julius Reinhold Sporn, Anna Elisabeth THAMM, Clara Mathilde SPANAGEL, Pauline Minna CONRAD, Antonie Martha Sporn, and Friedrich Paul Sporn. Trustees; Traugott Dittrich farmer near Stockwell and Hermann NIETSCHKE farmer Gnadenfrei Memorial 92/439

SPORN, Johann farmer Light Pass, died 17/8/1899. Estate worth £14,050. His wife, Maria Rosina nee DITTRICH to have his personal estate and management of the farm during the minority of his son, Friedrich Paul Sporn. FP Sporn to get the farm when he turned 21, except that he had to allow his mother to live in the house built on Section 187 for her lifetime. J Sporn's wife to get £1,500 cash after he died. Cash bequests to his children - Caroline SAUER, Friedrich Gottlieb Ernst Sporn, August Heinrich Sporn, Julius Reinhold Sporn, Anna Elisabeth THAMM, Clara Mathilde SPANAGEL, Pauline Minna CONRAD and Antonie Martha Sporn. If either his wife or his son should die before inheriting their legacy, the estate to be sold and the profits distributed equally amongst the surviving children, except Section 187 if the widow was still living Application 25957

SPORN, Kenneth George stock clerk Jamestown 1942 Application 28336

No 1

SPOTSWOOD, John farmer near Dalkey linked with Richard Keane Spotswood the Elder farmer Dalkey 1877 Memorial 146/304

SPOTSWOOD, John of Dalkey 1879 Memorial 47/317

SPOTSWOOD, John farmer Buckingham. Hundred of Wirrega land grant 1890 Grant Book 7 Page 47 County Buckingham

No 1

SPOTSWOOD, Richard Keane farmer Gepps Cross 1853 Memorial 351/51

SPOTSWOOD, Richard Keane farmer Dry Creek 1859[-1862] Memorial 12/149, Application 2907

SPOTSWOOD, Richard Keane farmer Enfield 1862 Application 3456

SPOTSWOOD, Richard Keane farmer Crafers 1868 Memorial 116/229

SPOTSWOOD, Richard Keane farmer Balaklava Hundred of Dalkey land grant 1878[-1882] Grant Book 26 Page 223 County Gawler

SPOTSWOOD, Richard Keane farmer Owen near Hamley Bridge 1881 Memorial 242/336

No 1

SPOTSWOOD, Thomas Hugh grazier Buckingham. Hundred of Wirrega land grant 1899 Grant Book 7 Page 48 County Buckingham.

SPOTSWOOD, Thomas Hugh grazier Mt Lofty Co Adelaide. Hundred of Wirrega land grant 1908 Grant Book 7 Page 51 County Buckingham

No 1

SPRATT, Charles farmer Gawler Plains 1876 Memorial 89/290

SPRATT, Charles farmer near Stockport 1883 Memorial 41/351

SPRATT, Charles labourer Wasleys 1891 Memorial 64/409

No 1

SPRATT, John blacksmith Clare 1857[-1867] Memorial 331/125

SPRATT, John blacksmith Clare 1862 Application 3709.

SPRATT, John blacksmith Mintaro 1861 Memorial 120/244

SPRATT, John farrier Clare became a bankrupt in 1879 Memorial 92/318

SPRATT, John blacksmith Clare Co Stanley. Laura (Hundred of Booyoolie) township allotment land grant 1872 Grant Book 60 Page 452 County Victoria

SPRATT, John blacksmith Clare 1884 Application 20342

SPRATT, Norman L porter Snowtown 1935 Memorial 177/508

No 1

SPRATT, Thomas of Clare 1861 Memorial 31/183

SPRATT, Thomas blacksmith Clare 1862 Memorial 54/183

SPRATT, Thomas blacksmith Melrose 1863 Application 27404

SPRATT, Thomas blacksmith Mt Remarkable 1871 Application 11786, Application 6266

SPRATT, Thomas blacksmith Melrose trustee Institute Melrose Hundred of Wongyarra land grant 1873 Grant Book 23 Page 50 County Frome

SPRATT, Thomas blacksmith Melrose 1865[-1882] Memorial 84/203

SPRATT, Thomas blacksmith formerly of Clare but now of Melrose 1880 Memorial 210/323

SPRATT, Thomas blacksmith Melrose 1887 Memorial 106/382

SPRATT, Thomas formerly machinist but now farmer Melrose 1893 Memorial 179/419

SPRATT, Thomas farmer Melrose, died 20/2/ 1911. Husband of Margaret Spratt Memorial 180/464

SPRATT, Thomas blacksmith formerly of Clare late of Melrose, died 20/2/1911. Husband of Margaret Spratt 1918. FW JACKA (no description) was her nephew Application 26729

SPRATT, Margaret widow Melrose, died 7/10/1926. Executor; Walter FOOT farmer formerly of Melrose but now of the Hundred of Wongyarra Memorial 74/498

No 2

SPRATT, Thomas hawker Gawler 1874 Application 22054

SPRATT, William blacksmith Hutt River 1858 Memorial 65/135

No 1

SPRAY, George potter Norwood 1849 Memorial 440/17

SPRAY, George brickmaker Kensington 1855[-1856] Memorial 41/80

SPRAY, George brickmaker Kensington and Sarah Spray his wife formerly Sarah TUMBER 1857[-1869] Memorial 241/116

Application 10136

No 1

SPRENGER, Georg Heinrich yeoman Athelstone 1853[-1856] Memorial 60/100

SPRENGER, Georg Heinrich [formerly yeoman Athelstone but now] farmer Mt Gambier 1862 Memorial 268/186

SPRIGG, Bannister gentleman Clarendon 1853 Memorial 50/51

SPRIGG, Benjamin Peter farmer Morphett Vale 1854[-1857] Memorial 140/66

No 1

SPRIGG, Charles gentleman near Clarendon 1853 Memorial 50/51

SPRIGG, Charles father of Thomas Abraham Augustus Sprigg (his eldest son) both gentlemen Glenville near Clarendon 1856 Memorial 190/101

SPRIGG, Frances widow Clarendon [Mrs Charles Sprigg] and her sons, Thomas Abraham Augustus Sprigg and George Hutchinson Sprigg gentlemen Noarlunga District 1857 Memorial 314/130

SPRIGG, Mrs Frances of Adelaide 1859 Enrolment 72/40

SPRIGG, Frances widow Morphett Vale 1860 Application 1459

SPRIGG, Frances widow formerly of Adelaide 1841 but now of Glenville 1866. Linked with Thomas Abraham Augustus Sprigg (likely a son??) Application 8027

SPRIGG, Frances widow Glenville near Clarendon linked with George Hutchinson Sprigg farmer Morphett Vale and Henry Lorenzo Sprigg sheep farmer residing between Pt Augusta and the Darling River in NSW 1874 Memorial 67/275

SPRIGG, Frances otherwise Frances MOSSE of Glenville House, died between 1863-1875. Complicated arrangements for bequests of real estate to her eldest son, Thomas AA Sprigg and his unnamed wife, and other sons, George H Sprigg, Henry L Sprigg, John Wogan Sprigg, Peter Benjamin Sprigg, Charles M Sprigg and Samuel A Sprigg, also her grandson, Charles William Leckey Sprigg Memorial 84/282

No 2

SPRIGG, Charles farmer Morphett Vale 1890 Application 21974

SPRIGG, Charles Arthur Mosse accountant North Adelaide linked with SPRIGG, Emma Frances spinster Morphett Vale 1909 Application 25594

No 1

SPRIGG, Charles Mosse, Samuel Andrew and Benjamin Peter farmers Morphett Vale 1854[-1857] Memorial 140/66

SPRIGG, Charles Mosse farmer Morphett Vale 1882 Application 19397

SPRIGG, Charles Mosse farmer Morphett Vale linked with George Stanage Sprigg farmer Narracoorte and Thomas Abraham Augustus Sprigg gentleman Kensington Park 1893 Memorial 110/418

SPRIGG, Edwin Thomas farmer Morphett Vale 1867 Memorial 245/221

SPRIGG, Emma Frances spinster Morphett Vale 1898 Memorial 201/435

SPRIGG, George JP of Kadina 1916 Memorial 200/474

No 1

SPRIGG, George Hutchinson, Thomas Abraham Augustus and Henry Lorenzo farmers Morphett Vale 1849 Memorial 436/17 Farmers of Glenville near Morphett Vale 1849[-1851] Memorials 154/18 & 321/30

SPRIGG, George Hutchinson farmer Morphett Vale 1856 Memorial 414/96

SPRIGG, George Hutchinson gentleman Woodlawn Morphett Vale 1858 Memorial 319/135

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

SPRIGG, George Hutchinson farmer Hynam trustee Cemetery Hundred of Hynam Hundred of Hynam land grant 1875 Grant Book 29 Page 163 County MacDonnell

SPRIGG, George Hutchinson farmer Morphett Vale Hundred of Hynam land grant 1879 Grant Book 29 Page 166 County MacDonnell

SPRIGG, George Hutchinson gentleman Morphett Vale 1853, died 4/12/1885 intestate as a farmer near Narracoorte. Husband of Jane Jemima Sprigg RPA Search 2235

SPRIGG, Jane Jemima widow near Narracoorte relict of the late George Hutchinson Sprigg now deceased 1891 Memorial 29/409

SPRIGG, Hedley C farmer Morphett Vale 1915 Memorial 110/473

SPRIGG, Henry Lorenzo and SPRIGG, George Hutchison gentlemen Morphett Vale 1860 Application 1030

SPRIGG, Henry Lorenzo farmer Hynam trustee Cemetery Hundred of Hynam Hundred of Hynam land grant 1875 Grant Book 29 Page 163 County MacDonnell

SPRIGG, Henry Lorenzo farmer Morphett Vale Hundred of Hynam land grant 1876 Grant Book 29 Page 163 County MacDonnell

SPRIGG, Henry Lorenzo farmer Hundred of Hynam Hundred of Hynam land grant 1883 Grant Book 29 Page 168 County MacDonnell

SPRIGG, Henry Lorenzo gentleman Morphett Vale 1853, died 28/8/1892 as a farmer of San Lorenzo. Father of George Stanage Sprigg gentleman Norwood and Ellen Margaret Sprigg no description. By 1905, GS Sprigg was a gentleman of Palmerston in the N Territory Memorial 199/453 & RPA Search 2235

SPRIGG, Henry Lorenzo married Frances Jane STANAGE on 28/8/1847 Holy Trinity Adelaide. HL Sprigg farmer Kensington Park, died 28/8/1892, of cystitis, aged 71. His eldest son, George Stanage Spriggs, was born 4/1/1860, at Morphett Vale. HL Sprigg was a brother to Charles Mosse Sprigg farmer Morphett Vale Application 22657

SPRIGG, Henry Lorenzo gentleman Morphett Vale and Frances Jane Sprigg his wife 1857 Enrolment 62/40

SPRIGG, Henry Lorenzo farmer San Lorenzo, died 28/8/1892 intestate. Letters of administation to George Stanage Sprigg gentleman Norwood 1905 Application 25009

SPRIGG, HS farmer Hynam 1873 Memorial 129/266

SPRIGG, John Lorenzo gentleman Morphett Vale 1851 Memorial 112/35

No 1

SPRIGG, Samuel Andrew farmer Morphett Vale married 9/9/1856 Holy Trinity Adelaide to Jessie Newell nee ?. His brother, Charles Mosse Sprigg, lived with them for a year at Morphett Vale after their marriage, in a house which SA Sprigg had buildt for himself. For 1864-1865 SA Sprigg and his wife lived at Talabooha, an outstation of Oolnina Station. From the end of 1865 until his death on 7/8/1888, SA Sprigg lived on his original property at Morphett Vale. From 1896, Mrs Sprigg lived in Palm Place, Hackney. Unmarried daughters mentioned: Agnes Jeanie Sprigg of Morphett Vale, Jessie Frances Sprigg of Glenelg, Ernestine Adelaide Sprigg of Hackney. Another family member: Edward Woolaston Sprigg formerly of Morphett Vale, but now Minister of the Gospel Gardiner near Melbourne 1915. Application 26487

SPRIGG, Samuel Andrew and Jessie Newell Sprigg married in 9/9/1856 at Holy Trinity Adelaide. They went to live in a house, called Woodlands, which SA Sprigg built at Morphett Vale. Between 1864-1865, the Sprigg lived at Talaboha an outstation of Oolnina. SA Sprigg died 7/8/1888. He left his real estate to his wife for life or until remarriage, then to his unmarried daughters for life, then to his youngest son in remainder expectant. His brother Charles Mosse Sprigg died 29/9/1904. His other brother, Peter Benjamin Sprigg, died 10/12/1874, a bachelor and intestate. SA Sprigg's widow and daughters shifted to Adelaide in 1896. Mrs Sprigg and her daughter Ernestine Adelaide Sprigg lived at Palm Place, Hackney. Another daughter, Agnes Jeanie Sprigg remained at Morphett Vale, while another daughter Jessie Frances Sprigg lived at Glenelg 1916. Edward Woolaston Sprigg Minister of the Gospel formerly of Morphett Vale now of Gardiner near Melbourne Vic 1916, also a member of this family Application 26487

SPRIGG, Susan married woman Morphett Vale 1904 Memorial 168/450

SPRIGG, Thomas storekeeper Hackham 1884 Memorial 158/358

No 1

SPRIGG, Thomas AA of Glenville 1860 Memorial 146/168

SPRIGG, Thomas Abraham Augustus gentleman Glenville near Clarendon and Mary Rachel Sprigg his wife 1886 Memorial 101/380

SPRIGG, Thomas Abraham Augustus gentleman Kensington Park and Mary Rachel Sprigg his wife 1893 Memorial 110/418

SPRIGG, William Edward of the Hundred of Way 1887 Memorial 183/382

SPRING, Arthur labourer Naracoorte Hundred of Naracoorte land grant 1900 Grant Book 50 Page 118 County Robe

No 1

SPRINGBETT, Edward farmer Lyndoch Valley 1851[-1870] Memorial 294/41

SPRINGBETT, Edward farmer formerly of Lyndoch 1868 but now of Narridy 1875 Application 14148

SPRINGBETT, Edwin carpenter Lyndoch 1891 Memorial 161/411

No 1

SPRINGBETT, John farmer Lyndoch Valley 1851[-1878] Memorial 294/41

SPRINGBETT, John vigneron Lyndoch Valley 1891 Application 22117

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

SPRINGBETT, Samuel Senr farmer Lyndoch Valley 1851 Memorial 294/41

SPRINGBETT, Samuel Junr farmer Lyndoch Valley 1851 Memorial 294/41

SPRINGBETT, Samuel the Younger farmer Sandy Creek Hundred of Barossa 1858 Hundred of Barossa District School trustee Memorial 54/152

SPRINGBETT, Samuel farmer Barossa 1854 Memorial 425/65

SPRINGBETT, Samuel gentleman Lyndoch Valley 1857 Memorial 54/129

SPRINGBETT, Samuel farmer Chittome Farm Lyndoch Valley, died 29/12/1867 Memorial 172/227

SPRINGBETT, Samuel the Younger farmer Sandy Creek 1867 Memorial 190/223

SPRINGBETT, Samuel farmer Sandy Creek Road 1872 Memorial 59/261

No 1 - likely to be the same person

SPRINGETT, Charles and John William bakers Norwood 1858 Memorial 208/132

SPRINGETT, Charles farmer Williamstown 1859. Williamstown Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee Memorial 58/161

SPRINGETT, John William baker Adelaide 1853 Memorial 44/49

SPRINGETT, William of Adelaide 1854[-1857] Memorial 465/77

No 1

SPRINGFIELD, William yeoman Adelaide 1846 Memorial 7/6

SPRINGFIELD, William baker Pine Forest 1850[-1854] Memorial 372/20

SPRINGFIELD, William labourer Pine Forest died 18/1/1855 intestate Application 19419

SPRITCH, Thomas Nash licensed victualler Pt Adelaide and Sabina Jane Spritch his wife formerly Sabina Jane YEO. John Yeo gentleman Findon mentioned 1882 Memorial 58/339

No 1

SPROD, John medical practitioner Kensington 1880[-1882] Memorial 73/326, Application 18183

SPROD, John surgeon formerly of Kensington but now of North Tce, Adelaide 1886 Application 21062

No 1

SPROD, John Henry Napier turner Adelaide (Gouger St) 1849 Memorial 490/17

SPROD, John Henry Napier turner Adelaide 1853[-1857] Memorial 171/48

SPROD, John Henry Napier farmer Norwood 1853 Memorial 97/61

SPROD, John Henry Napier turner Norwood 1858[-1867] Memorial 292/137

SPROD, John Henry Napier turner The Parade, Norwood 1866 Memorial 286/209

SPROD, John Henry Napier turner Adelaide 1874 Application 13709

SPROD, John Henry Napier cabinetmaker Norwood 1858[-1882] Memorial 151/148

SPROD, John Henry Napier cabinetmaker Parkside 1863 Memorial 196/188

No 1

SPROULE, Eliza civil servant Semaphore 1897 Memorial 121/433

SPROULE, Eliza married woman formerly civil servant Semaphore 1911 Memorial 56/465

SPRY, Francis Rupert Wellman farmer and grazier Letts Gawler River 1936, a director of Letts Proprietary Ltd whose head office was situated at Letts Gawler River Application 28004

SPRY, Frank Richard and John Dingle boot manufacturers Adelaide (Pirie St) trading under the style or firm of Spry Bros 1890 Memorial 8/406

SPRY, James farmer Palmer Hundred of Mobilong land grant 1886 Grant Book 58 Page 371 County Sturt

No 1

SPRY, John farmer Kulpara trustee Cemetery and Public School Kulpara 1873 Grant Book 14 Page 323 County Daly

No 2

SPRY, John shoemaker Tungkillo Hundred of Tungkillo land grant 1897 Grant Book 58 Page 290 County Sturt

No 1

SPRY, John Pugsley farmer Kingston S-E 1881 Application 18934

SPRY, John Pugsley farmer Reedy Creek S-E 1885 Memorial 120/371

SPRY, John Pugsley farmer Kulpara Hundred of Bowaka land grant 1886 Grant Book 51 Page 52 County Robe

No 1

SPRY, Richard Louis and William Pugsley Spry both of Kulpara 1889 Memorial 189/399

SPRY, Richard Louis farmer Kulpara 1898 Memorial 5/435

SPRY, Richard Louis farmer Ninnes. Hundred of Ninnes land grant 1904 Grant Book 14 Page 297 County Daly

No 1

SPRY, Thomas farmer Pt Elliot 1853[-1854] Memorial 174/53

SPRY, Thomas farmer near Middleton 1861[-1869] Memorial 126/175

SPRY, Thomas farmer formerly near Middleton but now of McLaren Vale 1881 Application 18934

SPRY, Thomas formerly farmer Middleton but now gardener McLaren Vale 1889 Memorial 183/395

No 2

SPRY, Thomas labourer Coobowie Hundred of Melville land grant 1898 Grant Book 19 Page 88 County Fergusson

SPRY, William farmer Bowhill.Trustee Lutheran Church Bowhill 1914 Grant Book 6 Page 3 County Buccleuch

No 1 – William Pugsley Spry

SPRY, William blacksmith Kulpara 1875 Memorial 100/285

SPRY, William Pugsley farmer Kulpara. Hundred of Clinton land grant 1883 Grant Book 14 Page 135 County Daly

SPRY, William Pugsley formerly blacksmith but now publican Kulpara 1883 Memorials 185 & 187/349

SPRY, William Thomas dyer North Adelaide. Christ Church North Adelaide trustee 1917 Memorial 160/475

SPUD, John teamster Pt Lincoln 1871 Application 11784

SPURLING, Charles Edwin of Reeves Plains Co Gawler. Hundred of Black Rock Plain land grant 1882 Grant Book 13 Page 111 County Dalhousie

SPURLING, Joshua farmer near Mallala. Hundred of Grace land grant 1878 Grant Book 27 Page 53 County Gawler

SPURR, John farmer Coonatto Co Frome 1882 Memorial 126/346

No 1

SPURR, Richard now of Melbourne owned Pt Section 83 Survey B 1853 Memorial 215/52

SPURR, Richard of Melbourne Vic, died 25/1/1854 intestate. Father of Alfred Spurr carpenter Melbourne Vic his eldest son and heir at law Memorial 334/111

SPURR, Sarah Ann Alvina Jane spinster Hergott Springs Out of Hundreds. Marree (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1884 Grant Book 65 Page 138 County Not named

SPURR, Thomas of Clare. Hundred of Boucaut land grant 1883 Grant Book 55 Page 41 County Stanley

No 1

SPURR, William farmer Sandy Creek 1853 Memorial 328/59

SPURR, William farmer formerly of Sandy Creek near Gawler but now of Mt Pleasant near Kapunda 1859 Memorial 164/158

SPURR, William farmer near Kapunda 1865 Application 6642

SPURR, William farmer St Johns near Kapunda 1868 Memorial 140/230

SPURR, William farmer Redhill near Broughton Co Daly 1873 Memorial 70/266

SPURR, Bridget Biddy widow Springfield Farm Hundred of Boucaut Hundred of Boucaut land grant 1879 Grant Book 55 Page 34 County Stanley

SPURR, Bridget Biddy widow St Johns near Kapunda Hundred of Boucaut land grant 1883 Grant Book 55 Page 41 County Stanley

SPURRITT, George farmer Bolivar 1910 Memorial 139/463

SPURRL, Johann George Heinrich blacksmith Adelaide 1848 Memorial 11/12

No 1

SQUAIR, Elizabeth Jane spinster Rundle St, Kent Town 1922 Memorial 26/486

SQUAIR, Elizabeth Jane spinster formerly of Rundle St, Kent Town but now of Glenelg 1923 Memorial 43/489

No 1

SQUARE, William of Gawler 1851 Memorial 462/37

SQUARE, William bailiff Gawler 1852 Memorial 30/39

SQUARE, William licensed victualler Gawler 1853[-1854] He leased the Globe Inn from John AULD licensed victualler Gawler for 5 years at £169 a year Memorial 294/57

SQUARE, William mail contractor Gawler 1859 Memorial 308/155

SQUARE, William mail contractor Gawler Hundred of Gilbert land grant 1859 Grant Book 44 Page 33 County Light

SQUARE, William of Gawler Town 1860 Application 1086

SQUARE, William soap manufacturer Gawler Co Gawler. Wallaroo (Hundred of Wallaroo) township allotment land grant 1861 Grant Book 14 Page 5 County Daly

SQUARE, WIlliam licensed victualler Wallaroo 1861. He leased the Globe Inn, Murray St, Gawler, to John KNOWLES licensed victualler Adelaide for 7 yearas at £260 a year Memorial 174/174

SQUARE, William licensed victualler Naracoorte Hundred of Robertson land grant 1868[-1870] Grant Book 50 Page 171 County Robe

No 2

SQUARE, William contractor Pt Pirie. Hundred of Pirie land grant 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 284 County Victoria

SQUARE, William clerk Norwood Co Adelaide. Hundred of Pirie land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 289 County Victoria

SQUAREY, Andrew Tucker gentleman Liverpool, Lancs, England a director of the Wheal Ellen (SA) Mining Co Ltd. [Was he connected with Newell Vicary Squarey merchant Adelaide?] 1860 Memorial 64/171

No 1

SQUAREY, Newell Vicary gentleman Adelaide 1855 Memorial 500/79

SQUAREY, Newell Vicary merchant Adelaide 1856[-1859] Memorial 307/147

SQUAREY, Newell Vicary manager SA Copper Mining Co Adelaide 1860 Memorial 50/162

SQUAREY, Newell Vicary merchant trading as NV Squarey & Co Stephens Place, Adelaide 1861 Enrolment 42/44

SQUAREY, Newell Vicary merchant Adelaide 1862[-1881] Applications 3112, 27317

SQUAREY, Newell Vicary Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now of Bathurst NSW 1866 Memorial 102/219

No 1

SQUIBB, Daniel Riccard blacksmith Kadina 1880 Memorial 21/326

SQUIBB, Daniel Riccard machinist Kadina 1886[-1889] Memorial 196/374

SQUIBB, Daniel Riccard gentleman Norwood 1891[-1902] Memorial 96/408, Application 24371

SQUIBB, Daniel Riccard out of business Norwood 1898 Memorial 217/435

No 1

SQUIBB, William Riccard schoolmaster Houghton 1847 Memorial 263/24

SQUIBB, William Riccard gentleman Houghton 1850[-1874] Memorial 33/30

No 1

SQUIERS, Frederick and Thomas farmers Cudlee Creek 1860 Memorial 270/169

SQUIERS, Thomas and Frederick farmers formerly of Cudlee Creek 1860 but now of Clarendon 1870 Application 10994

SQUIERS, Murray Garfield garage proprietor Summertown linked with Wilfred Cattell Squiers blacksmith Summertown 1954 Memorial 47/530

SQUIERS, Thomas farmer Sellicks Hill, stated: His sister, Emma INGLIS widow Laura, died 23/2/1880 intestate. He was about to be granted letters of administration for the estate. Power of attorney to Mary McFIE licensed victualler Adelaide, to administer the estate, because of his distance from Adelaide 3/3/1880 Deposit 56/1880

SQUIERS, William labourer Littlehampton 1885 Application 20430

No 1

SQUIRE, Donald Philip of West Croydon assistant curator Pt Adelaide Racecourse, linked with the will of the late Philip Henry Squire formerly out of business Modbury but now deceased 1924 Memorial 117/490

SQUIRE, Donald Philip formerly assistant curator Pt Adelaide Racecourse but now out of business 88 Euston Tce, West Croydon linked with Flora Squire spinster Modbury 1949 Memorial 133/523

No 2 - the same person as No 1; he must have changed his middle name.

SQUIRE, Donald McDonald pensioner 88 Euston Tce, West Croydon, died 26/10/1949 Repatriation Hospital, Springbank near Adelaide Memorial 124/524

No 1

SQUIRE, Flora spinster formerly of Modbury but now of 57 Opey Ave, Hyde Park 1949 Memorial 125/524

SQUIRE, Flora spinster 57 Opey Ave, Hyde Park 1950, declared that she was the sister of Donald Philip Squire ganger now pensioner 88 Euston Tce, West Croydon, who had died 26/10/1949 Repatriation Hospital, Springbank. This family appeared to have links with Modbury Application 28745

No 1

SQUIRE, George James Thomas mariner formerly of Adelaide 1840 but now of Alberton 1856 Application 16397

SQUIRE, Sarah wife of the late George Squire gentleman Findon, died 24/8/1878 Unley Rd Parkside, of apoplexy and disease of the spleen, aged 52 Application 17366

No 1

SQUIRE, John farmer Adelaide 1851 Memorial 242/36

SQUIRE, John farmer Dry Creek 1853 Memorial 9/54

SQUIRE, John farmer Upper Dry Creek 1855[-1857] Memorial 125/81

SQUIRE, John farmer Upper Dry Creek 1865 Application 5942

SQUIRE, Elizabeth widow Upper Dry Creek left real estate to her youngest son, Philip Henry Squire 1868 Memorial 174/276

SQUIRE, John Harding storeman Adelaide (Carrington St) 1879 Memorial 225/314

SQUIRE, Kenneth John Congregational Union of SA public officer 12 Flinders St, Adelaide 1963 Application 29526

SQUIRE, Lavinia of Findon 1877 Memorial 161/297

SQUIRE, Philip Henry out of business Modbury, died 3/12/1923. Father of Donald Philip Squire of West Croydon assistant curator of the Pt Adelaide Race Course, Effie RATRAY of North Croydon, Elizabeth MIELS of Woodville, Catherine GRIST of Broken Hill NSW Esther BISHOP of Unley, and Flora Squire spinster Modbury Memorial 116/490

SQUIRES, Edward Gordon farmer Pt Elliot 1952 Memorial 17/527

SQUIRES, Francis farmer Currency Creek and Harriet Squires his wife 1866 Application 7414

SQUIRES, Frederick and Thomas farmers Kangarilla 1862 Memorial 63/187

SQUIRES, George gardener Brownhill Creek 1870 Memorial 82/244

No 1

SQUIRES, Henry farmer Pt Elliot 1914 Memorial 120/471

SQUIRES, Henry farmer Pt Elliot 1923 Application 27169

SQUIRES, Hurtle Abel Roy merchant Strathalbyn. Strathalbyn Bowling Club trustee 1953 Memorial 44/528

SQUIRES, Jane widow Clarendon 1917 Application 26602

SQUIRES, John Lewis farmer Middleton linked with Thomas Squires farmer Pt Elliot 1923 Memorial 169/487

No 1

SQUIRES, Joseph labourer Adelaide 1855 Memorial 412/86

SQUIRES, Joseph farmer Section 2206 Hundred of Adelaide 1856[]-1863] Memorial 17/98

SQUIRES, Joseph farmer Section 2206 near Belair Hundred of Adelaide 1863 Memorial 265/188

No 2

SQUIRES, Joseph blacksmith Littlehampton 1885 Application 20430

SQUIRES, Mervyn farmer Middleton linked with Thomas Squires the Younger farmer Pt Elliot 1929 Memorial 158/501

No 1

SQUIRES, Thomas farmer Salisbury 1855 Memorial 269/80

No 2

SQUIRES, Thomas farmer Clarendon 1866 Memorial 96/213

No 3

SQUIRES, Thomas farmer Pt Elliot 1924 Application 27268

SQUIRES, Thomas farmer Heathfield Park (Section 2289 Hundred of Goolwa) near Pt Elliot, died 8/10/1931. Husband of Clara Charlotte Squires. Father of John L Squires; Hurtle Abel Roy Squires farmer Macclesfield; Edward G Squires; Edith A Squires; Howard R Squires; Mervyn Squires and Vincent Squires Memorial 27/505

No 1

SQUIRES, Walter labourer Pt Elliot 1912[-1914] Memorial 238/465

No 2

SQUIRES, Walter labourer Gibson St, Bowden 1926 Memorial 176/495

No 1

SQUIRES, William sawyer Kensington 1853[-1854] Memorial 62/57

No 2

SQUIRES, William farmer Littlehampton and Priscilla Squires his wife 1882 Memorial 241/345

No 3

SQUIRES, William farmer Middleton 1911 Memorial 216/465

SQUIRES, William farmer Middleton 1917 Application 26566

No 1

SQUIRES, William Herbert Esquire Red Banks near Kooringa and Elizabeth Hagen Squires his wife formerly Elizabeth Hagen WHITE 1861 Memorial 27/173

SQUIRES, William Herbert Esquire Red Banks near Mt Remarkable and Elizabeth Hagen Squires his wife formerly Elizabeth Hagen WHITE 1861 Memorial 214/174

SQUIRES, William Herbert Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now of Bournemouth, Hants, England 1891 Memorial 242/409