Extracts from SA General Registry Office (GRO) Information

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

 

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

 

The following information was extracted basically 'as is' from Reg's unpublished computer working files as at c2014.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

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

Names Beginning 'St*' to 'Sy*'

No 1 - probably the same person

ST CLAIR, Charles of 272 Rundle St, Adelaide 1884 Memorial 151/355

ST CLAIR, Charles Louis licensed victualler Adelaide (Pt TA 77 White Hart Hindley St) took out an underlease of the White Hart Hotel between 1890-1897 at £15 a week from FWA KLAUER licensed victualler Adelaide (Hindley St). CL St Clair sold the underlease in 1892 for £200 to Goodman HARRIS Memorials 41/406, 225/412

ST CLAIR, Charles Louis restaurant keeper Adelaide (TA 78 15 Hindley St) 1897. He took out an underlease from John Trail MCLEAN draper Adelaide (Hindley St) from that date for 7 years at £325 a year Memorial 208/432

ST CLAIR, Charles Louis restaurant keeper Adelaide, died 15/7/1898 Ambleside. Husband of Emma Dorothea St Clair, who surrendered her husband's underlease of his Hindley St restaurant in May 1899. Did this family have a link with George William St Clair merchant Melbourne Vic 1910? Memorials 4 & 5/438, 104/465

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

No 1

ST GEORGE, Edward John storekeeper New Caledonia, Amy Ellen Elizabeth St George wife of Robert William GARDNER clerk Newcastle NSW and William Glasscott St George storekeeper in Noumea, New Caledonia all linked with Lucy Charlotte St George spinster Adelaide 1884 Memorials 176, 177 & 198/355

ST GEORGE, Edward John storekeeper Bowral New Caledonia, power of attorney to Lucy Charlotte St George spinster Adelaide, to act for his interests in the estate of William ST GEORGE licensed victualler Mt Remarkable, to sell the estate and remit him the money 12/1/1884 Deposit 32/1884

No 1

ST GEORGE, William Esquire Adelaide 1853 Memorial 415/49

ST GEORGE, William Esquire [formerly of Adelaide but now of] Mt Remarkable July 1853 Memorial 329/53

ST GEORGE, William licensed victualler Mt Remarkable. He speculated in land in Melrose township and the mining rights to BRANDON's Mine at Spring Creek [the property of Thomas Brandon of Angaston] 1855 Memorials 39/87, 393/179

ST GEORGE, William licensed victualler Mt Remarkable. Husband of Charlotte Ellen St George 1857. He chose John DAY the Younger farmer Gawler River and Charles BURNET stockholder Light River to be the executors of his will Memorial 2/191

ST GEORGE, William stockholder and licensed victualler Mt Remarkable, died 14/10/1863. Trustees Charles BURNET stockholder River Light and Charlotte Ellen St George the widow of William St George. Estate in trust to the use of Charlotte Ellen St George for life, to conduct her business and raise her family, then to be sold after her death, and the proceeds distributed equally amongst the children of the marriage 2/4/1864. There appears to have been some legal dispute about the will, which was not settled until 1884 Enrolment 31/44, Deposit 93/1864

ST GEORGE, William Glasscott storekeeper Noumea New Caledonia, power of attorney to Lucy Charlotte St George spinster Adelaide, to act for his interests in the estate of William ST GEORGE licensed victualler Mt Remarkable, to sell the estate and remit him the money 3/1/1884 Deposit 36/1884

STABB, Elizabeth spinster North Adelaide 1855[-1859] Memorial 286/85

STABB, James carpenter North Adelaide 1853[-1859] Memorial 444/61

No 1 - likely to be the same person

STABB, Susan widow O'Connell St North Adelaide 1851[-1876] Memorial 109/37

STABB, Susannah widow North Adelaide 1864 Memorial 37/194

STACAPOOL, Mrs Jane of Paradise 1882 Application 19126

No 1

STACE, Arthur Hill farmer Noarlunga 1845 Memorial 336/5

STACE, Arthur Hill the Elder 28 wine store keeper Aberdeen m Jane SMITH 24 spinster Aberdeen, on 11/9/1850 St Mary’s Kooringa, Rev’d James POLLITT. He died 10/9/1851 of typhus fever, aged 30. His son, Arthur Hill John Stace, born 6/11/1856, after his father’s death. AHJ Stace the Younger died 17/12/1852, of influenza, aged 1 year Deposit 350/1855

STACE, Charles bootmaker Kenilworth Rd, Parkside 1890 Memorial 28/402

STACE, George of North Adelaide, a friend of the Thomas Stanford family at Belair 1886 Memorial 202/416

No 1 - probably the same person

STACE, Joseph brickmaker Adelaide 1839 Application 18961

STACE, Joseph brickmaker North Adelaide 1853 Memorial 249/49

No 2

STACE, Joseph shoemaker Adelaide 1853 Memorial 400/53

No 1 - probably the same person

STACE, LW company clerk Adelaide 1921 Memorial 67/484

STACE, Leslie William assistant manager of Elder's Trustee & Executor Co Ltd Adelaide 1948 Application 28630.

STACE, Leslie William manager of Elder's Trustee and Executor Co Ltd, Currie St, Adelaide 1956 Application 29180

No 1 - probably the same person

STACE, SD agent Adelaide 1901 Memorial 44/442

STACE, Samuel Durrant hotelbroker Adelaide 1920 Memorial 65/480

STACEY, Alick Eardley and Charles Tracey licensed victuallers Adelaide (Imperial Hotel and City Club King William St) 1883[-1889]. Two shops faced King William St, tenanted by William Robinson Evans FREARSON and Brother and Christian HOFFMANN respectively from 1881 Memorial 230/354

STACEY, Ann Maria widow Brighton had dealings with the Seaside Hotel, Brighton 1877 Memorial 134/299

STACEY, Charles farm servant Clare Co Stanley. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1874 Grant Book 60 Page 111 County Victoria

No 1

STACEY, Charles Tracey gentleman Adelaide a beneficiary from the estate of the late George Stacey formerly of Hindmarsh but now deceased 1867 Memorial 160/221

STACEY, Charles Tracey gentleman Ballarat Vic owned land in Hindmarsh 1868 Memorial 190/231

STACEY, Charles Tracey gentleman formerly of Hindmarsh but now of Smythesdale Vic 1870 Memorial 93/247

STACEY, Charles Tracey Crown Lands Bailiff Melbourne Vic, power of attorney to Henry STACEY farmer Carey Gully, to manage his SA business affairs 11/7/1876 Deposit 85/1877

No 1

STACEY, Francis gentleman Bowden 1856 Memorial 58/106

STACEY, Francis licensed victualler formerly of Bowden but now of Clare 1857 Memorial 184/125

STACEY, Francis licensed victualler Shamrock & Thistle & Clare Inn/Commercial Hotel/Commercial Inn Clare 1858[-1871] Memorial 77/139

STACEY, Francis publican Clare Co Stanley. Narridy (Hundred of Narridy) township allotment land grant 1873 Grant Book 60 Page 483 County Victoria

No 2

STACEY, Francis corn storekeeper Wallaroo Bay 1864 Memorial 186/198

No 1

STACEY, Frederick gardener Reedbeds 1851 Memorial 292/30

STACEY, Frederick landowner Beverley on the Port Road 1853[-1854] Memorial 397/48

STACEY, Frederick licensed victualler Hindmarsh 1853 Memorial 255/57

STACEY, Frederick licensed victualler Bowden 1854 Memorial 463/65

STACEY, Frederick storekeeper Bowden 1856 Memorial 201/100

STACEY, Frederick gardener Bowden 1856[-1857] Memorial 157/261

STACEY, Frederick gardener Reedbeds married Elizabeth King of Hindmarsh on 3/12/1850 St John’s Adelaide. Witnesses; Henry BURT and Jane Louisa STACEY. Frederick Stacey died 3/1/1860 intestate. His eldest son, George William Stacey, born 14/8/1851 Reedbeds, inherited his estate as heir at law 1889 Application 21555

STACEY, Frederick died 3/1/1860 intestate. Husband of Elizabeth Stacey who had remarried to William Edward FORD licensed victualler Clare by 1872. Father of George William Stacey gentleman eldest son and heir at law [Mrs Stacey married Joseph Pratt BRADLEY as her third husband, after F Stacey died then WE Ford died] Memorial 16/262

No 1

STACEY, George general dealer Bowden 1854 Memorial 21/70

STACEY, George farmer Noarlunga 1854 Memorial 145/71

STACEY, George farmer Hindmarsh Hundred of Gilbert land grant 1858 Grant Book 44 Page 32 County Light

STACEY, George farmer Hindmarsh 1858[-1860] Memorial 122/137

STACEY, George farmer Hindmarsh, power of attorney to William Rodolph WIGLEY Esquire Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 7/2/1859 Deposit 69/1859

STACEY, George gentleman formerly of Hindmarsh [perhaps now of Myponga] 1860 Memorial 322/163

STACEY, George gentleman formerly of Adelaide but at present absent therefrom 1859[-1860] Memorial 317/150

STACEY, George farmer Hindmarsh Co Adelaide. Wallaroo (Hundred of Wallaroo) township allotment land grant 1861 Grant Book 14 Page 11 County Daly

STACEY, George no description, died c1867. He left his entire estate to his brother, Charles Tracey Stacey Memorial 84/219

STACEY, George farmer Hindmarsh died c1866. He left his entire estate to his brother, Charles Tracey Stacey gentleman Hindmarsh. By 1870, CT Stacey had moved to Smythesdale Vic. Henry Stacey farmer Carey Gully must have also been a relative Application 14330

No 1

STACEY, George Angas grazier Normanville 1920 Memorial 196/480

STACEY, George Angas grazier Forktree Station Normanville, died 3/9/1941. Husband of Maud Sarah Stacey Memorial 21/517, Application 14330

No 1

STACEY, George William cabinetmaker Hindmarsh 1871 Memorial 170/252

STACEY, George William gentleman Adelaide eldest son and heir at law of the late Frederick Stacey formerly publican Hindmarsh now deceased and his wife Elizabeth Stacey now Elizabeth FORD wife of William Edward Ford publican Clare 1872 Memorial 16/262

No 1

STACEY, Henry farmer Macclesfied 1853 Memorial 159/141

STACEY, Henry of Macclesfied, died c1864. He left his entire estate in trust to his wife, Maria Louisa Stacey nee BECK, during her lifetime then to their children in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant. Executors: Anthony Robert Beck his father-in-law and Henry Edward Beck his brother-in-law, both of Deep Dale near Adelaide Memorial 140/193

STACEY, Henry farmer and gardener Macclesfield, died 28/12/1863. His wife, Maria Louisa Stacey, had a life interest in his real estate, and died 11/2/1911. The estate then went in equal shares to the children. James Stacey gardener Longwood near Echunga 1912 was one of the children Application 26085

No 2

STACEY, Henry farmer Carey Gully near Crafers 1870 Memorial 94/247

STACEY, Henry James Wilkinson fisherman Wellington 1950 Application 28772

STACEY, Hugh Thomas of Myponga Jetty 1902 Memorial 25/446

No 1

STACEY, James farmer Macclesfield 1848 Memorial 86/13

STACEY, James farmer Macclesfield, died 1860. His family included his wife, Mary Stacey, of Macclesfield; children John Stacey of Pt Phillip Vic, Henry Stacey farmer Macclesfield, and Harriett Edwards wife of Henry Edwards farmer Macclesfield Memorial 235/169

STACEY, James farmer Macclesfield, died 15/8/1860. His eldest son, John Stacey the Elder of Clyde Vic, died 1/4/1858 intestate. His eldest son, John Stacey the Younger farmer Donald Town near St Arnaud Vic 1878 Memorial 206/310

STACEY, James farmer Macclesfield now deceased, father of Harriet PASSFIELD widow Macclesfield formerly Harriet EDWARDS wife of Henry Edwards farmer Macclesfield 1906 [Mrs Passfield was the last surviving of his children] Memorial 71/455

No 2

STACEY, James of Riverton 1858 Memorial 180/146

STACEY, James farmer Riverton 1872[-1882] Memorial 152/258

No 3

STACEY, James bullockdriver Clare Co Stanley. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1874 Grant Book 60 Page 110 County Victoria

STACEY, John the Elder of Macclesfield (Father: James Stacey farmer Macclesfield) married Charlotte nee Stacey on 6/9/1850 at Mt Barker. The Rev'd George NEWENHAM married them. John Stacey the Elder died 1/4/1858 Clyde Vic intestate. Charlotte Stacey remarried to John DYER carrier Macclesfield. By 1877, the Dyers had moved to Avon Plains Vic, where John Dyer was still a carrier. He carried out the work as heir at law for his step-son, John Stacey Junr, born 18/11/1855 at Beaufort Vic, in finalising the estate of John Stacey Senr. By 1877, John Stacey Junr was living at Donald Town near St Arnaud Vic Application 25292

No 1

STACEY, John Braginton tailor Adelaide 1854[-1855] Memorial 331/69

STACEY, John Braginton draper Pt Adelaide and Sarah Stacey his wife formerly Sarah WAYGOOD widow of the late Matthew Duncan Waygood formerly customs officer Pt Adelaide now deceased 1860 Memorial 109/170

STACEY, John Braginton tailor and outfitter Pt Adelaide 1873 Application 13106

STACEY, John Braginton formerly tailor and draper Pt Adelaide, late out of business Hahndorf, died 16/3/1876. His estate worth £20 to go into trust during the lifetime of his daughter, Emily Clarissa RANKIN wife of James Rankin of Fremantle WA and her husband. If he should die first, his wife to get the esate absolutely. If she should die first, her husband to get the estate for life, then £50 to Maria WALTROWITZ, and £10 to Mrs Grace KING, JB Stacey’s housekeeper, both of Pt Adelaide. Trustees Robert GETHING surgeon Pt Adelaide and Thomas George SMITH draper’s assistant Pt Adelaide. JB Stacey owned land at Stepney, Islington, and Pt Adelaide. In 1859, the Pt Adelaide land appeared to be at the source of some dispute involving his wife, the former Sarah WAYGOOD widow of Matthew Duncan Waygood customs officer Pt Adelaide (At Pt Adelaide by mid-1850. He had died by 1858). Stacey was in SA by mid-1854 Enrolment 48/52

STACEY, John Dodd farmer Tarcowie. Hundred of Tarcowie land grant 1888 Grant Book 13 Page 54 County Dalhousie

No 1

STACEY, Stephen teamster New Melrose 1857 Memorial 191/122

STACEY, Stephen innkeeper Stirling 1862 Memorial 10/270

STACEY, Stephen formerly innkeeper Stirling but now labourer New Melrose 1873 Memorial 11/270

No 1

STACEY, Thomas of Myponga 1887 Memorial 181/387

STACEY, Thomas of Myponga Hundred of Myponga land grant 1887 Grant Book 36 Page 419 County Hindmarsh

No 1 – perhaps the same person FIND

STACEY, William farmer Yarrowie Appila township allotment land grant 1877 Grant Book 24 Page 482 County Frome

STACEY, William farmer Black Springs Co Burra. Hundred of Tarcowie land grant 1883 Grant Book 13 Page 52 County Dalhousie

STACEY, William of the Hundred of Palmer Co Newcastle 1886 Memorial 137/375

No 1

STACEY, William Burnaford cabman Moonta. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1876 Grant Book 14 Page 64 County Daly

STACEY, William Burnaford farmer Tiparra. Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1886 Grant Book 14 Page 421 County Daly

STACEY, William Burnaford farmer Hundred of Tiparra 1893 Memorial 136/418

No

STACHELROTH, Friedrich farmer Lobethal. Section 5133 Sources of the Onkaparinga Land grant £46/1/- 10/7/1845 Enrolment 55/3

STACHELROTH, Friedrich farmer Lobethal 1847[-1848] Memorial 144/10

STACHELROTH, Friedrich licensed victualler Lobethal 1854 Memorial 102/64

STACHELROTH, Friedrich farmer Lobethal 1854 Memorial 255/73

STACHELROTH, Friedrich farmer formerly of Lobethal but now of the Onkaparinga 1856 Memorial 168/109

STACH, Ludwig tailor Adelaide 1906 Memorial 48/456

No 1

STACK, John farmer Marion 1856 Memorial 106/106

STACK, John farmer Marion 1859 Application 944

STACK, John farmer Marion 1863 Application 3994

STACK, Thomas the Younger farmer Beltana Out of Hundreds. Marree (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1884 Grant Book 65 Page 138 County Not named

STACKPOLE, Jane of Newenham on the Torrens 1869 Memorial 33/268

STACY, Charles carpenter Pt Adelaide 1850 Memorial 183/27

No 1 - perhaps the same person

STACY, Ernest J journalist Alberton 1906 Memorial 155/492

STACY, Ernest James of Adelaide Secretary to the Congregational Union Home Mission of SA Inc 1925 Memorial 7/494

STACY, Ernest James of East Parade, Kensington, Secretary to the Congregational Union and Home Mission of SA Inc, whose office was in Flinders St, Adelaide 1926 Application 27514

STACY, Henry Hussey draper Pt Lincoln 1875 Application 14401

STACY, James Henry stockman Adelaide Hundred of Binnum land grant 1879[-1882] Grant Book 29 Page 145 County MacDonnell

STACY, James Murch bootmaker Adelaide (Rundle St) 1880 Memorial 234/310

No 1

STACY, James Smyth boot and shoemaker Adelaide (Pt TA 42 Rundle St) 1854[-1857] Memorial 260/64

STACY, James Smyth, William Henry and John Murch boot and shoe manufacturers Adelaide (Rundle St) trading under the style or firm of JS Stacy & Sons 1863 Memorial 177/192

STACY, John Murch shoemaker Adelaide 1860 nephew of TS Stacy grocer Adelaide 1882 Application 19421

STACY, Robert Shepherd cabinetmaker Adelaide 1857 Memorial 185/120

STACY, Sophia of Pulteney St, Adelaide 1873 Memorial 91/270

STACY, Thomas farmer Myponga Jetty 1878 Memorial 141/326

No 1

STACY, Thomas Sheppard storekeeper Koolunga Koolunga (Hundred of Koolunga) township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 56 Page 324 County Stanley

STACY, Thomas Sheppard storekeeper Clare 1895 Application 25806

No 1

STACY, Thomas Smyth grocer Adelaide 1844[-1858] Memorial 417/3

STACY, Thomas Smyth grocer Adelaide, died c1860. He left his estate in trust to his wife, Catherine Stacy, for life or until her remarriage, then the estate to his nephew John Murch Stacy shoemaker Adelaide as trustee to administer according to the terms of the trust. TS Stacy's friend, James CLARK farmer Onkaparinga River also a trustee Memorial 164/168

STACY, Thomas Smyth grocer Adelaide, died 12/8/1860. He left two thirds of his grocery business to his wife, Sarah Catherine Stacy and one third to his son, William John Sheppard Stacy. Eventually, one or more of the sons to take over the business entirely. TS Stacy’s wife also held his personal estate in trust for life. When she remarried, or died, trustees took over the management of the estate until the youngest child had turned 21 years, then the personal estate to be sold and each child to share equally in the proceeds absolutely in remainder expectant. Apparently, Mrs Stacy remarried to a Mr BROWN, and claimed dower on pt Section 1143 Hundred of Onkaparinga, which her first husband used to own Application 19421

STACY, William Henry importer Adelaide (Rundle St) 1866 Application 7158

No 1

STACY, William John Sheppard grocer Adelaide (46 Rundle St) 1861 Memorial 338/181

STACY, William John Sheppard commission agent Glenelg 1875 Memorial 114/284

STACY, William John Sheppard gentleman Adelaide 1881[-1888] Memorial 55/337

STACY, William John Sheppard agent Adelaide 1884 Memorial 90/362

STACY, William John Sheppard accountant Adelaide linked with William Thomas Stacy commission agent Glenelg 1892 Memorial 111/415

STACY, William John Sheppard sharebroker formerly of Stone Hall, Prospect,then of Mt Lofty, died 10/12/1906. Executors; Fannie Maria Stacy widow Alpha Rd, Prospect and William Thomas Stacy insurance manager Adelaide (Currie St). Mary Ann Maria Stacy mentioned but not described Memorial 136/456

STACY, William Thomas commission agent Glenelg 1892 Memorial 111/415

No 1

STADE, Johann mason Hahndorf 1853[-1855] Memorial 344/56

STADE, Johann mason Grünthal 1855 Memorial 443/87

STADE, Johann farmer Hahndorf 1857 Memorial 341/120

STADE, Johann farmer Grünthal 1857[-1860] Memorial 228/125

STADE, Johanne Maria Friedericke widow Grünthal 1871 Application 11476

STADE, Wilhelm Hermann Julius farm labourer Kanyaka. Wilson [also known as Kanyaka Siding] (Hundred of Cudlamudla) township allotment land grant 1881 Grant Book 49 Page 166 County Newcastle

No 1

STAEHR, August farmer Point Pass 1884 Memorial 250/362

STAEHR, August farmer Bower and Maria Elisabeth Staehr his wife 1892 Memorial 41/416

STAEHR, August farmer near Morgan North-West Bend Murray River 1893 Memorial 71/416

STAEHR/STAHR/STÄHR, August farmer Bower and Maria Elisabeth Staehr his wife Hundred of English land grant 1893 Grant Book 17 Page 173 County Eyre

STAEHR, Mary Elizabeth married woman Point Pass 1892 Memorial 87/414

STAEHR/STAHR/STÄHR, Friedrich Christlieb butcher Dawson Oodlawirra (formerly Penn Hundred of Coglin) township allotment land grant 1890 Grant Book 34 Page 177 County Herbert

STAEHR, Friedrich Ferdinand farmer Peake. Hundred of Peake land grant 1912 Grant Book 6 Page 55 County Buccleuch

STAEHR, Johann Friedrich Wilhelm cooper near Greenock 1902 Memorial 1/445

No 1

STAEHR, Johann Karl Gustav blacksmith Willaston 1901[-1903] Memorial 223/443

STAEHR, Johann Carl Gustav blacksmith formerly of Willaston but now of Adelaide 1922 Memorial 85/486

STAER, Christlieb tailor Adelaide linked with Johann Ernst Ferdinand Staer market gardener Bridgewater 1884 Memorial 55/362

No 1 - likely to be the same person

STAER, Friedrich Christlieb farmer Morchard 1881[-1882] Memorial 225/336

STAEHR, Friedrich Christlieb butcher Dawson 1891 Application 22101

STAER, Friedrich Christlieb licensed victualler Dawson 1892 Memorial 202/412

STAER, Friedrich Christlieb gentleman Petersburg Co Dalhousie. Pinnaroo (Hundred of Pinnaroo) township allotment land grant 1905 Grant Book 12 Page 72 County Chandos

STAER, Friedrich Gottlieb contractor East Adelaide Co Adelaide. Pinnaroo (Hundred of Pinnaroo) township allotment land grant 1907 Grant Book 12 Page 73 County Chandos

STAFFORD, Ellen spinster Balhannah 1860 Memorial 97/162

No 1

STAFFORD, James Henry D'Arcy clerk Pt Augusta 1875 Memorial 46/285

STAFFORD, James Henry D'Arcy clerk Pt Augusta 1877 Application 15802

STAFFORD, James Henry auctioneer Quorn 1884[-1885] Memorial 158/357

No 1

STAFFORD, Obadiah carter Adelaide 1855[-1856] Memorial 483/88

STAFFORD, Obadiah farmer Section 1867 Hundred of Kanmantoo 1858 Memorial 177/138

STAFFORD, Obadiah farmer near Harrogate Hundred of Kanmantoo land grant 1867[-1873] Grant Book 58 Page 56 County Sturt

STAFFORD, Obadiah farmer Harrogate 1873 Memorial 93/271

STAFFORD, Obadiah farmer Brookland near Harrogate 1872 Memorial 195/280

STAFFORD, Robert labourer Scott Creek [near Dawesley] 1863 Memorial 157/191

No 1

STAFFORD, Rupert farm labourer New Glenelg 1914 Application 26316

STAFFORD, Rupert Hastings of Diagonal Rd, Glenelg, aged 71 in 1951, declared he had lived in the neighbourhood all his life Application 28823

No 1

STAFFORD, William farmer Adelaide 1856 Memorial 258/113

Farmer Gawler Plains 1857 Memorial 259/113

STAFFORD, William farmer Gawler Plains 1856 Memorial 190/110

STAFFORD, William farmer Gawler River 1859[-1865] Memorial 215/160

STAFFORD, William farmer Pt Gawler, power of attorney to Benjamin Heaslip farmer Gawler Plains, to manage his SA business affairs 3/7/1863 Deposit 113/1865

STAFFORD, William farmer now or formerly of the Gawler Plains 1866 Memorial 29/211

STAFFORD, William yeoman Adelaide 1861 Memorial 176/172

STAFFORD, William farmer formerly of Gawler River but now in parts beyond the seas 1865 Memorial 189/204

STAG, William and Thomas farmers Willunga 1853[-1855] Memorial 184/48.

No 1

STAGBOUER, Henry near Stockport 1868 Memorial 231/244

STAGBOUER, Henry 29 carrier Stockport (Father: Joseph Stagbouer) married Mary Ann HURLING 20 spinster Stockport (Father: John Hurling) on 9/2/1869 Kapunda Wesleyan Chapel. Witnesses: John Hurling farmer Stockport and Elizabeth Hurling Stockport 1881 Application 18713

STAGG, Albert Jack of 1 Torrens Ave, Lockleys, general manager of SANDERS rubber store Adelaide (186 Rundle St) 1947 Memorial 42/522

STAGG, George smelter Wallaroo 1906 Application 25162.

No 1

STAGG, James labourer Kooringa 1880 Application 18207

STAGG, James labourer Kooringa 1884 Memorial 22/359

STAGG, James labourer Kooringa, died 18/10/1901 intestate Memorial 46/501

No 1

STAGG, John storeman Adelaide (Pirie St) 1855[-1858] Memorial 29/81

No 2

STAGG, John carrier Kent Town 1865 Application 6106

No 3

STAGG, John farmer Mt Gambier 1867 Memorial 57/220

STAGG, John farmer Drop Drop near Mt Gambier 1868 Memorial 14/229

No 4

STAGG, John gentleman Hall St, The Semaphore, died 12/7/1884. His widow, Elizabeth Stagg, died 15/6/1893, of phthisis pulmonalis, aged 68. Ellen Stagg 23 spinster The Semaphore (Father: William Stagg. Adopted father John Stagg), married Frederick Charles WHITLOCK 31 bachelor labourer The Semaphore (Father: Jesse Whitlock) on 16/9/1885 Mrs Stagg's residence Semaphore. Minister: H Henwood TEAGUE. Witnesses: Ettie Whitlock labourer Burnside, and J Whitlock of Burnside 1894 Application 22694

No 5

STAGG, John farmer Hundred of Baldina 1887 Memorial 200/385

No 1

STAGG, William farmer Tarcowie. Hundred of Tarcowie land grant 1881[-1897] Grant Book 13 Page 49 County Dalhousi

No 2

STAGG, William the Younger labourer Tarcowie. Hundred of Tarcowie land grant 1899 Grant Book 13 Page 57 County Dalhousie

STAGG, William Bowes labourer Pt Lincoln 1925[-1927] Memorial 79/493

No 1

STAKEMANN, Hermann Conrad merchant formerly of Adelaide but now Windsor Vic 1887 Application 21276

STAKEMANN, Hermann Conrad wine and spirit merchant Adelaide (Pt TA 113 Currie St) in partnership with Samuel Salte LOCKWOOD trading under the style or firm of Stakemann and Lockwood 1853 Memorial 170/59

No 1

STAKER, Alfred of Stone Hut 1895 Application 23055

STAKER, Alfred labourer formerly of Section 1261 Hundred of Kapunda now of Stone Hut 1904 . His brothers and sisters included - William Richard Staker labourer near Adelaide, Edward Staker farmer Pine Creek who died 14/2/1899; Ellen Mary EDWARDS widow Laura; Eliza Maria SLOAN wife of Henry Sloan farmer Pine Creek; Jane WYATT widow Jamestown; Fanny BRINKWORTH now deceased (23/9/1890) formerly wife of Jesse Brinkworth farmer Keith Application 24855

No 1

STAKER, Edward farmer near Allendale near Kapunda Co Light. Hundred of Booyoolie land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 148 County Victoria

STAKER, Edward farmer Laura 1876 Application 15213.

STAKER, Edward farmer Pine Creek near Laura, died 14/2/1899. Husband of Jessa Staker. Six children of the marriage - Annie Florence PRATTON wife of Theodore John Clement Pratton born 22/11/1866; Edward Albert Staker born 2/7/1868; Selma Edith GIBSON wife of Henry Gibson born 9/4/1870; John Robert Staker born 19/6/1873; Alexander Frederick Staker born 17/6/1878; and Jessie Laura HINCKS wife of Thomas Hincks born 13/4/1884 Application 24855.

No 1

STAKER, Francis carrier Bowden 1839 Yeoman Bowden 1841 Application 6704

STAKER, Francis labourer Islington 1841 Memorial 290/98

STAKER, Francis labourer formerly of Islington early 1841 but now of Adelaide later in 1841 Application 4581

STAKER, Francis farmer Rainbow Farm near Adelaide 1851 Memorial 264/31

STAKER, Francis stockholder Scottie Gully Light River 1853 Memorial 171/58

STAKER, Francis stockholder Burra road near Kapunda 1853 Memorial 139/66

STAKER, Francis farmer Section 1261 Hundred of Kapunda 1871 Memorial 91/280

STAKER, Francis died 27/2/1871. His widow, Harriet Staker, died 31/7/1894. Family as situated in 1896 - Alfred Staker labourer Stone Hut, William Richard Staker farmer Eudunda, Edward Staker farmer Pine Creek near Laura, Ellen Mary EDWARDS nee Staker widow Laura, Eliza Maud SLOAN nee Staker wife of Henry Sloan Pine Creek near Laura, Jane WYATT nee Staker widow Jamestown Memorial 25/428

STAKER, Francis farmer Spring Farm Allen Creek, died 27/2/1871, aged 66. He left Sections or part Sections in the Hundred of Kapunda to each of his children - William Richard Staker (also land at Islington), Edward Staker, Ellen Mary EDWARDS wife of Josiah Edwards farmer Light, Eliza Maria SLOAN wife of Henry Sloan not stated, Fanny Staker, Jane Staker, Alfred Staker. The family burial place and private chapel on Section 1261 Hundred of Kapunda left to his family and descendants for ever and to remain unsold. His wife to get the remainder of this section in trust for life and which was then to go to his son Alfred Staker absolutely in remainder expectant. His wife also to get all the other estate not mentioned specifically for the children, but she had to leave it to other members of the family after her death Application 13625

STAKER, Francis farmer Section 1261 Hundred of Kapunda, Co Light, died 27/2/1871. His wife Harriett Staker to get the homestead block for life, together with the personal estate. Son Alfred Staker to inherit these when his mother had died. Other children Edward Staker farmer Hundred of Kapunda, daughter Ellen Mary EDWARDS wife of Josiah Edwards, daughter Eliza Maria SLOANE wife of Henry Sloane, daughters Fanny and Jane Staker, each some of his district farm land Deposit 29/1872

STAKER, Harriet widow Jamestown, widow of Francis Staker farmer Allandale, died 3/8/1894, of senile decay, aged 84. She was buried at Caltowie. Mother of Mrs Jane WYATT widow Jamestown 1904 Application 24855

STAKER, Frederick J labourer Hundred of Bonney 1896 Memorial 25/428

No 1

STAKER, William Richard farmer Allen Creek near Kapunda 1864[-1882] Memorial 235/198

STAKER, William Richard farmer Allendale near Kapunda 1877 Memorial 221/298

STAKER, William Richard farmer Hundred of Brownlow 1887 Memorial 249/388

STAKER, William Richard farmer Bower trustee unnamed Chapel Hundred of Neales 1895 Grant Book 17 Page 201 County Eyre

STALKARTT, Jessie widow of the late John STALKARTT indigo planter Bengal, now of 76 Thirlestane Road, Edinburgh, Co Midlothian, Scotland, stated: Her father, Emanuel UNDERWOOD gentleman Edwardstown, died 24/12/1888. Power of attorney to Walter Matthews SANDFORD solicitor Adelaide, to claim her share of her father’s estate, sell the estate and remit the money to Scotland 26/3/1889 Deposit 91/1889

No 1

STALLEY, Arthur G clerk Adelaide 1878 Memorial 227/306

STALLEY, Arthur G clerk to JJ STUCKEY solicitor Adelaide 1881[-1898] Memorial 226/334

STALLEY, Arthur G clerk to Joseph J STUCKEY solicitor Adelaide 1885 Memorial 39/401

STALLEY, Arthur G clerk to William STUCKEY of Adelaide 1889 Memorial 158/413

STALLEY, Arthur G clerk to Joseph J STUCKEY solicitor Adelaide 1896[-1897] Memorial 42/428

STALLEY, AG law clerk Adelaide 1908 Memorial 241/45

No 1

STALLEY, John labourer Marryatville 1858[-1860] Memorial 79/141

No 2 - likely to be a continuation of No 1

STALLEY, John Wright grocer Adelaide 1867[-1868] Memorial 166/222

STALLEY, John Wright of Marryatville, died 29/3/1883. Husband of Hannah Stalley Memorial 48/349

STALLEY, Hannah widow Marryatville, died 29/9/1896 intestate. Estate worth £500. Letters of administration to her son, Arthur George Stalley law clerk Norwood 1896 Application 23233

No 1

STALLEY, Thomas mason Nairne 1859 Memorial 299/161

STALLEY, Thomas mason Nairne 1862 Application 2840

No 2 – perhaps a continuation of No 1

STALLEY, Thomas eatinghouse keeper Anama Yacka (Hundred of Yackamoorundie) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 56 Page 107 County Stanley

STAMBIDGE, John contractor Kensington 1851 Memorial 55/35

No 1

STAMP, William Charles ironmonger North Adelaide 1847 Memorial 281/9 Ironmonger Kensington 1848 Memorial 430/10

STAMP, William Charles gentleman Kensington. Hundred of Yatala land grant 1849 Grant Book 1 Page 61 County Adelaide

STAMP, William Charles Esquire Kensington 1849[-1851] Memorial 55/18

STAMP, William Charles land owner Norwood 1851 Memorial 84/34

STAMP, William Charles Esquire Norwood 1852[-1853] Memorial 206/44

STAMP, William Charles formerly ironmonger Kensington 1850 but now Esquire Adelaide 1863 Application 4401

STAMP, William Charles gentleman Adelaide Hundred of Grace land grant 1863 Grant Book 27 Page 27 County Gawler

STAMP, William Charles gentleman formerly of Norwood but now of London, Middlesex, England, linked with E Stamp of Randolph Gardens, London 1873 Memorial 117/265

STAMP, William Charles formerly of Adelaide but now of 65 Tulse Hill, Surrey, England 1884 Memorial 5/357

STAMP, William Charles formerly of Tulse Hill, Surrey, but then of Argyle House, South-Eastern Road, Ramsgate, Kent, died c1891. [How was he related to William Charles Blatspiel Stamp no description ?] Memorial 29/408

No 1

STAMPER, Richard currier Hindmarsh 1869 Application 10278

STAMPER, Richard gentleman Hindmarsh 1880 Memorial 115/324

STAMPER, Richard timber merchant Adelaide 1881 Memorial 140/336

STAMPER, Richard of Adelaide, a bankrupt by 1882 Memorial 167/343

No 1

STANAGE, James Lecky gentleman Morphett Vale 1857[-1859] Enrolment 62/40

STANAGE, James Lecky farmer Naracoorte Hundred of Glen Roy land grant 1877 Grant Book 29 Page 286 County MacDonnell

No 1

STANBERRY, William farmer Berry Hill Co Adelaide 1846 Memorial 4/8

STANBERRY, William farmer Gumeracha 1854[-1855] Memorial 475/78

STANBERRY, William farmer Gumeracha, died 4/4/1858, visitation of God, aged 75 Application 17471

STANBRIDGE, Edgar of Norwood 1921 Memorial 88/482

STANBURY, Henry warehouseman Norwood Co Adelaide. Farina (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 65 Page 72 County Not name

STANBURY, Henry James farmer Mantung near Loxton 1914 Memorial 80/471

STANBURY, James storekeeper Adelaide 1889 Memorial 127/398

No 1 – Thomas Prout Stanbury

STANBURY, Thomas labourer South Petherton. Hundred of Tungkillo land grant 1875 Grant Book 58 Page 312 County Sturt

STANBURY, Thomas Prout carrier South Petherton 1882 Application 19521

No 1

STANBURY, William Henry grocer Adelaide 1850 Memorial 142/25 Storekeeper Kooringa 1851 Memorial 222/38 Grocer Adelaide 1852 Memorial 256/42 Grocer formerly of Adelaide but now of Kooringa 1854 Memorial 138/69

STANBURY, William Henry storekeeper Kooringa 1856[-1862] Memorial 489/97, Application 1603

STANBURY, William Henry storekeeper Kooringa, became a bankrupt in 1865 Memorial 254/206

No 1

STANDFIELD, Allan gardener McLaren Vale 1947 Memorial 169/521

STANDFIELD, Allan gardener McLaren Vale linked with Ethel Standfield home duties Aldinga 1948 Memorial 79/523

STANDFIELD, Frederick Charles Barry farmer Aldinga 1954 Memorial 125/529

STANDISH, Albert Reinhold pensioner Penrice 1955, declared that he had been born at Eden Valley on 24/6/1884. He had lived for 35 years at Penrice Application 29125

STANDLEY, Charles labourer Norwood had an infant son called Joseph Standley the Younger. Other members of the family (probably brothers to Charles Standley) included: Robert Standley sheep farmer Mt Whitnow near Pt Lincoln; Miles Standley labourer Mt Wedge near Pt Lincoln; Joseph Standley blacksmith Norwood. Charles Standley's mother was called Matilda CHAPMAN 1869 Application 10050

STANDLEY, Edward Charles farmer Hundred of Dalkey linked with Josiah Standley no description 1887 Memorial 199/381

No 1 - probably the same person

STANDLEY, George farmer Franklin Harbour 1885 Memorial 73/370

STANDLEY, George farmer Yadnarie 1887 Memorial 248/386

STANDLEY, George farmer Cleve. He had an interest in land at Norwood 1996 Memorial 207/428

No 1

STANDLEY, Joseph blacksmith Norwood 1866 Application 7973

STANDLEY, Joseph blacksmith Adelaide (Angas St) Hundred of Dalkey land grant 1883 Grant Book 26 Page 244 County Gawler

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

No 1

STANDLEY, Robert blacksmith Norwood 1854[-1862] Memorial 497/62

STANDLEY, Robert blacksmith Norwood 1857 He owned the Alma Hotel on the corner of Sydenham and Magill Roads Memorial 170/114

STANDLEY, Robert mason Norwood 1857 Memorial 179/120

STANDLEY, Robert formerly blacksmith Norwood but now of Pt Lincoln 1864 Memorial 32/193

STANDLEY, Robert formerly blacksmith Adelaide but now sheep farmer Mt Widnow in the Pt Lincoln District 1870[-1879] Memorial 140/250

STANDLEY, Robert blacksmith Pt Lincoln 1875 Memorial 49/279

STANDLEY, Robert formerly blacksmith Norwood 1855 but now sheep farmer Mt Widnow in the Pt Lincoln District 1879 Application 23181

STANDLEY, Robert sheep farmer Mt Widnow near Pt Lincoln 1889 Memorial 92/399

STANDLEY, Robert sheepfarmer Mt Widnow, died 4/7/1890. Husband of Sarah Standley. Father of George Standley farmer Cleve, Adelaide HAWSON [possibly wife of GG Hawson of Polda], Vivian SHEPARD, Sarah BOUCHER, Mercy Standley, Matilda Standley, Rose Standley, Robert Standley, Memorials 39 & 40/424

STANDLEY, Robert died 4/7/1890. Husband of Sarah Standley. Father of George Standley farmer Cleve, Adelaide HAWSON wife of George Gregory Hawson sheepfarmer Polda, Vivian SHIPARD wife of John Shipard farmer Fowler Bay, Sarah BOUCHER wife of George Boucher farmer Cleve, Mercy WHITE wife of James White farmer Cleve, and Matilda and Rose Standley spinsters Cleve Memorial 207/428

STANDLEY, Walter hotelkeeper Owen Owen township allotment land grant 1907 Grant Book 27 Page 447 County Gawler

No 1 - perhaps the same person

STANDLEY, William James farmer Dalkey 1883 Memorial 109/350

STANDLEY, William James linked with Section 16 Hundred of Younghusband Co Russell 1884[-1887] Memorial 139/360

No 1

STANDRIN, John Primitive Methodist minister Mt Barker 1859[-1871] Memorial 300/161

STANDRIN, John Primitive Methodist minister Kapunda 1864 Memorial 1/198

STANDRIN, John Primitive Methodist minister formerly of Mt Barker 1861 but now of Mt Gambier 1874 Application 13595

STANDRIN, John minister of the gospel Walhallah Vic 1884 Memorial 155/362

No 2

STANDRIN, John storekeeper Charleston 1863 Memorial 104/191

STANES, Edgar William carpenter North Adelaide (Kermode St) purchased the remainder of the late William CREASER's lease of the Earl of Aberdeen Hotel Hanson St, Adelaide from his estate for '£1 and other good and valuable considerations' 1883 Memorial 104/351

STANES, Henry carpenter Parkside 1879 Memorial 187/318

STANFORD, Elizabeth Georgina spinster Penola Hundred of Penola land grant 1859 Grant Book 29 Page 12 County Grey

No 1

STANFORD, Henry and Thomas farmers Basham Farm Meadows Special Survey 1843. They had a partner called Robert BURLEY.

Memorial 242/3

STANFORD, Henry farmer Basham Farm Meadows Special Survey 1851 Memorial 414/38

No 2

STANFORD, Henry cornfactor Adelaide 1848 Memorial 439/10

STANFORD, Henry miller Adelaide (Halifax St) 1857[-1858] Memorial 266/119

No 3

STANFORD, Henry of near Belair Belair Christian Brethren Church trustee 1864 Memorial 206/195

STANFORD, James gentleman The Meadows 1841 Memorial 92/2

STANFORD, Reginald Grieve Phillip clerk Adelaide 1930 Memorial 16/504

No 1

STANFORD, Thomas and Henry farmers Basham Farm in the Meadows Special Survey 1843[-1854] Memorial 242/3 Link with John Stanford draper Horsham, Sussex, England 1854. John Stanford must have died by 1865, when his widow, Jane Stanford, transacted business with the family's SA assets Memorials 14/79, 45/213

STANFORD, Thomas farmer Reedbeds 1860 Application 1239

No 2 - possibly a continuation of No 1

STANFORD, Thomas of Goodwood Road near Adelaide 1853 Memorial 269/59

STANFORD, Thomas farmer Goodwood Road 1855 Memorial 9/88

STANFORD, Thomas yeoman Coromandel Valley 1858 Memorial 266/140

STANFORD, Thomas gardener Belair, died c1887. Husband of Mary Stanford. Uncle to Uriah MACEY Southgate near London, England and Anne and Catherine Macey married names and place of residence not known. Executors; his wife, Henry CHARLICK clerk Adelaide, Henry James COWELL timber merchant Norwood. Mrs Stanford had a niece named Mary BAKER no description. The Thomas Stanfords had no family Memorial 202/416

STANFORD, Mary widow Belair relict of the late Thomas Stanford formerly gardener Belair now deceased 1887 Memorial 216/387

STANFORD, Mary widow Belair 1893 Application 22455

STANFORD, Mary widow of the late Thomas Stanford gentleman Marion Court, Adelaide, died 2/12/1899, of dysentery, aged 78 Application 24116

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

STANGE, Johann Friedrich of Stockwell 1861 Memorial 313/176

STANGE, Johann Friedrich miller Tanunda 1864 Memorial 81/200

STANGE, Johann Friedrich the Elder, died 6/12/1878 intestate. Letters of administration to JF Stange the Younger miller Tanunda Memorial 223/315

STANGE, Johann Friedrich miller Stockwell 1895 Memorial 104/425

STANGE, Johann Friedrich miller Stockwell, became a bankrupt in 1896 Memorial 48/429

No 1 - perhaps to be identified with JF Stange the Elder

STANGE, Johann Friedrich August farmer Hundred of Belvidere 1855 Memorial 27/95

STANGER, William storekeeper Gumeracha 1854[-1860] Memorial 295/61

STANITZKI, Anton farmer Moculta 1889 Application 21607

STANITZKY, Auguste Wilhelmine married woman Lameroo. Hundred of Bews land grantg 1910 Grant Book 12 Page 6 County Chandos

No 1 - probably the same person

STANITZKY, Nicholaus farmer Mt Barker 1849 Memorial 106/84

STANITZKY, Nicholas farmer near Angaston 1873 Application 12696

No 1 - probably the same person

STANLEY, Edmond farmer Gumeracha 1883 Memorial 221/353

STANLEY, Edmond farmer Wandearah West. Trustee Institute Wandearah Hundred of Wandearah land grant 1894 Grant Book 60 Page 328 County Victoria

STANLEY, Edmond grazier Hundred of Pirie 1904 Memorial 194/451
No 1

STANLEY, Edward Jeremiah of North Adelaide 1853 Memorial 120/61

STANLEY, Edward Jeremiah gentleman North Adelaide 1862 Application 3488

No 1

STANLEY, Frederic merchant Adelaide 1870[-1871] Memorial 185/248

STANLEY, Frederic wine and spirit merchant Adelaide 1873 Memorial 76/270

STANLEY, Frederic gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now of parts beyond the seas 1876 Memorial 234/290

STANLEY, Frederic gentleman Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1873 Grant Book 14 Page 82 County Daly

STANLEY, Frederick formerly merchant Adelaide but now Esquire 36 Edwardes Square, Kensington, Middlesex, England 1876 Memorial 202/307

STANLEY, George brewer SA 1886 Memorial 168/374

STANLEY, HG clerk Adelaide 1921[-1922] Memorial 101/482

No 1

STANLEY, John farmer Balhannah 1851 Memorial 467/31

STANLEY, John innkeeper Grünthal 1853[-1856] Memorial 351/60

STANLEY, John gentleman Grünthal retained a housekeeper called Caroline SMITH who had an adopted daughter called Caroline REDFIRN wife of Thomas Redfirn 1864 Memorial 152/307

STANLEY, John gentleman Grünthal, died 11/1/1874 intestate. He did not appoint an executor for the will in which he left everything to his housekeeper. His housekeeper Caroline SMITH widow formerly Grünthal, now Adelaide, received letters of administration to wind up the estate. Value £100. Apparently, she returned to Grünthal until at least 1880 Application 18553

STANLEY, Lawrence farmer Wandearah West. Trustee Institute Wandearah Hundred of Wandearah land grant 1894 Grant Book 60 Page 328 County Victoria

STANLEY, Rachel widow Alberton 1903 Application 24603

STANLEY, Richard stone mason North Adelaide 1848 Memorial 477/12

STANLEY, Robert of North Adelaide 1857 Memorial 256/126

No 1

STANLEY, William labourer Adelaide 1852 Memorial 95/44

No 2

STANLEY, William labourer Rhynie Hundred of Gilbert 1872 Memorial 153/260

No 3

STANLEY, William farmer Williamstown 1911 Application 26045

STANN, George labourer Pt Broughton. Hundred of Mundoora land grant 1904 Grant Book 14 Page 271 County Daly

No 1

STANNERS, Robert John master mariner Woodville 1852[-1855] Memorial 199/42

STANNERS, Robert John stevedore Portland Estate 1863[-1864] Application 4398

STANNIFORD, Summerland gardener Carey Gully 1871 Memorial 136/251

STANSBURY, George restaurant keeper Pt Adelaide 1883 Memorial 74/349

STANTON, Benjamin yeoman Woodville, son of the late Ann Stanton 1884 Application 20373

No 1

STANTON, Edward 26 farmer Reedbeds (Father: Richard Stanton) married Emily Agnes Loveday 20 Salisbury (Father: Richard John Loveday) on 3/4/1884 Mrs Loveday's home Salisbury. Minister: Richard JACKSON. Witnesses: TWA SANDERSON ironmonger Unley, Emma STANTON of Le Fevre Peninsula Application 28321

STANTON, Edward formerly butter factory manager Mt Pleasant now farmer Salisbury, administrator of the estate of the late Richard Stanton HM Customs Officer Bath Le Fevre Peninsula 1896 Application 23172

No 1 - perhaps the same person

STANTON, Edward farmer Enfield 1918 Memorial 145/477

STANTON, Edward farmer Virginia 1920. Gawler River Methodist Church trustee Memorial 93/515

No 1

STANTON, Edward grazier Emilie St, Sefton Park 1925 Application 27335

STANTON, Elizabeth widow North Kensington 1900 Application 24055

No 1

STANTON, FG clerk Adelaide 1881 Memorial 171/336

STANTON, Francis George clerk Adelaide (Victoria Square) Hundred of Everard land grant 1884 Grant Book 56 Page 395 County Stanley

STANTON, Francis George sharebroker Adelaide 1892 Memorial 42/413

No 1 - perhaps the same person

STANTON, George bricklayer Kensington 1851 Memorial 138/31

STANTON, George carter Hilton 1856[-1858] Memorial 278/98

STANTON, George yeoman Adelaide 1859 Memorial 74/156

No 2 - son of Josiah Stanton

STANTON, George farmer Woodville 1880[-1890] Memorial 35/324, Application 19229

STANTON, Elizabeth Jane widow Woodville relict of the late George Stanton now deceased 1894 Memorial 88/422

STANTON, Elizabeth Jane widow Woodville 1895 Application 22981

No 3

STANTON, George of Wellington on the Murray Hundred of Seymour land grant 1882 Grant Book 54 Page 120 County Russell

STANTON, Harold Melville labourer Pt Elliot 1914[-1918] Memorial 119/471, Application 26643

STANTON, James blacksmith Day Tce, Croydon 1914 Application 26255

STANTON, Joseph shepherd North Rhine 1858 Memorial 335/149

No 1

STANTON, Josiah yeoman Adelaide 1849[-1855] Memorial 360/14

STANTON, Josiah [formerly yeoman Adelaide but now] farmer Reedbeds 1855 Memorial 321/86

STANTON, Josiah farmer Woodville 1877 Memorial 161/297

STANTON, Josiah farmer Woodville, died c1877. He left his entire estate to his wife, Ann Stanton. In SA at least by 1849 Application 22981

STANTON, Josiah farmer Woodville, died c1880. His whole estate to his wife, Anne Stanton Enrolment 30/53

STANTON, Anne widow Woodville 1879 Memorial 81/317

STANTON, Anne widow Woodville relict of the late Josiah Stanton farmer Woodville now deceased parents of George Stanton farmer Woodville 1880 Memorial 35/324

STANTON, Ann widow near Woodville, died 1884. Bequests to her children - George Stanton, Lavinia SQUIRES nee Stanton and Mary RAMSAY nee Stanton wife of John Ramsay merchant Adelaide Memorial 236/360

No 2

STANTON, Josiah farmer Jamestown Co Victoria. Hundred of Tarcowie land grant 1881[-1886] Grant Book 13 Page 49 County Dalhousie

No 1

STANTON, Lionel William schoolmaster Clare 1875 Memorial 100/282

STANTON, Lionel William inspector of schools Strathalbyn linked with Anna Phipps Stanton married woman Burra 1882. Mrs Stanton died 21/3/1883. Her unnamed husband died during May 1897 Memorial 48/344 & RPA Search 687

STANTON, Lionel William school inspector formerly of Strathalbyn but now of Adelaide 1900 Memorial 115/441

STANTON, Lionel William Secretary to the Minister controlling Education Adelaide 1912, declared that the Council of Education erected a schoolhouse on Lots 589/590 Pt Lincoln on 19/10/1866 1912 Application 26066

STANTON, Mary Elizabeth married woman Redruth 1899[-1903] Memorial 145/437

No 1

STANTON, Richard mechanic Pt Adelaide 1854 Memorial 27/71

STANTON, Richard labourer Pt Adelaide 1854 Memorial 424/74

STANTON, Richard warehouseman Pt Adelaide linked with WJ Stanton of Pt Adelaide 1865 Memorial 176/207

STANTON, Richard warehouseman Pt Adelaide linked with WJ Stanton clerk at MOCATTA's Pt Adelaide 1865 Memorial 176/207

STANTON, Richard blacksmith Le Fevre Peninsula 1878 Application 16928

STANTON, Richard the Elder of Bath township Le Fevre Peninsula Hundred of Pt Adelaide, died c1895/1896. Executors; his sons Richard Stanton the Younger blacksmith Albany WA and Edward Stanton butter factory manager Mt Pleasant. Other children - Isabella Stephens YOUNG, Mary Jane JORGENSON, and Emma Stanton Memorial 96/427

STANTON, Richard the Elder labourer Pt Adelaide, died c1896. His children included by 1897: Richard STANTON the Younger blacksmith Semaphore; Isabella Stephens YOUNG wife of George Young of Pt Augusta; Mary Jane JORGENSON wife of Fritz Peter JORGENSON accountant Semaphore; Edward Stanton farmer near Salisbury and Emma Stanton spinster Semaphore Application 25746

No 1

STANTON, Samuel farmer The Bremer 1854 Memorial 159/71

STANTON, Samuel farmer Bremer 1856 Memorial 86/98

STANTON, Samuel farmer Strathalbyn Hundred of Strathalbyn land grant 1861 Grant Book 37 Page 99 County Hindmarsh

STANTON, Samuel farmer The Bremer. Woodchester Primitive Methodist Chapel trustee 1863 Memorial 148/304

STANTON, Samuel farmer Langhorne Creek Hundred of Strathalbyn land grant 1863 Grant Book 37 Page 76 County Hindmarsh

STANTON, Samuel farmer near Langhorne Bridge Co Hindmarsh. Hundred of Freeling land grant 1864[-1865] Grant Book 58 Page 8 County Sturt

STANTON, Samuel farmer Langhorne Creek 1866 Memorial 4/243

STANTON, Samuel farmer Langhorne Creek Strathalbyn Primitive Methodist Chapel trustee 1874 Application 13601

STANTON, Samuel gentleman Wanstead Farm Bletchley 1881 Memorial 62/329

STANTON, Samuel farmer formerly of Bletchley but now of Strathalbyn 1896 Memorial 74/427

STANTON, Samuel gentleman Strathalbyn 1900 Memorial 142/441

STANTON, Samuel farmer Strathalbyn 1900 Application 23970.

No 1

STANTON, Thomas farmer Langhorne Creek 1854 Memorial 278/75

STANTON, Thomas farmer Langhorne Creek, died 2/2/1859. His whole estate to his brother, Samuel Stanton farmer Langhorne Bridge Enrolment 67/51

No 2

STANTON, Thomas labourer Normanville 1861 Application 2615

STANTON, Thomas Allen labourer Millbrook 1858[-1871] Memorial 198/145, Application 11247

STANTON, Victor of Enfield Park linked with Helen KAM Stanton of Enfield Park 1917 Memorial 36/490

No 1

STANTON, William bank clerk Narracoorte 1872 Memorial 106/263

STANTON, William bank manager Gawler. HM RAYMOND his accountant 1913 Memorial 66/470

No 2

STANTON, William labourer 16 Park Tce, Gilberton, aged 65 in 1947, declared that he had gone to live with his uncle, William Henry DOWER in Fourth St, Bowden, in 1894, when he was 12 years old and continued to live there until 1935. After that, he leased the house to J KILMARTIN, then W READ. Between 1939-1942, Quilter George RICHARDSON rented the land, after which a Mr GRIFFEN took out a lease. Likely that WH Dower died c1907 Application 28525

No 1

STANWAY, James blacksmith Lordston 1858 Memorial 79/137

STANWAY, James carpenter Lordston 1863 Memorial 112/191

STANWAY, James carpenter Robe 1868 Memorial 5/231

STANWAY, James carpenter Robe and Grace Stanway his wife 1869 Application 9765

STANWAY, James carpenter Robe. Bible Christian Chapel Robe trustee 1877 Memorial 43/301

STANWAY, James carpenter Millicent Hundred of Riddoch land grant 1896 Grant Book 31 Page 357 County Grey

No 2

STANWAY, James farmer Millicent 1894 Memorial 48/422

No 1

STANWAY, John farmer Little Para 1849 Memorial 182/19

STANWAY, John farmer Salisbury Plains 1850[-1854] Memorial 450/20

STANWAY, John farmer formerly of the Little Para but now of Springbank, Burra Burra District 1851 Memorial 141/38

STANWAY, John farmer Kooringa 1854 Memorial 112/68

STANWAY, John farmer Emu Springs on the Burra Road 1854[-1862] Memorial 285/77

 No 2 - perhaps the same person

STANWAY, John stockholder Adelaide. He had links with the Boolcoomata and Oonatra Runs 1859 Memorial 259/160

STANWAY, John farmer Unley 1860 Application 1373

STANWAY, John farmer Crafers 1880 Application 18299

No 3

STANWAY, John farmer Kadina. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1908 Grant Book 14 Page 254 County Daly

STAPELFELDT, Christian Hinrich farmer Morphett Vale 1851 Memorial 233/31

STAPLE, John carpenter Adelaide (Pt TA 40 Rundle St) 1850 Memorial 158/26

STAPLETON, William Fry hotelkeeper Murray Bridge. Mobilong (later Murray Bridge Hundred of Mobilong) township allotment land grant 1885 Grant Book 58 Page 220 County Sturt

STAPLETON, William James miner Hampton near Kooringa 1858 Memorial 238/139

STAPLES, Alick labourer Pt Mannum Pt Mannum (Hundred of Finniss) township allotment land grant 1912 Grant Book 58 Page 386 County Sturt

No 1 - perhaps the same person

STAPLES, George cabinetmaker Adelaide 1847 Memorial 297/9

STAPLES, George farmer Meadows Special Survey 1860[-1862] [Likely that he moved to the area c1853] Memorials 118/96, 216/162

STAPLES, George farmer The Meadows 1893 Application 22614

No 2 - perhaps the same person

STAPLES, John carter Moonta Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1879 Grant Book 14 Page 416 County Daly

STAPLES, George teamster Moonta Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1879[-1880] Grant Book 14 Page 417 County Daly

STAPLES, George farmer Cunliffe 1886 Memorial 174/374

STAPLES, George farmer Moonta 1902 Memorial 90/447

STAPLES, George farmer Penang. Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1904[-1911] Grant Book 14 Page 426 County Daly

STAPLES, Emma Elizabeth married woman Penang [Mrs George Samuel STAPLES, EE CREBER] 1908 Grant Book 14 Page 254 County Daly

STAPLES, John and Robert farmers Penang. Cunliffe (Hundred of Kadina) township allotment land grant 1881 Grant Book 14 Page 177 County Daly

No 1 - likely to be the same person

STAPLES, Leeson tinworker Kapunda 1858[-1864] Memorial 76/136

STAPLES, Leeson storekeeper Kapunda 1865 Memorial 336/200

STAPLES, Leeson licensed victualler Traveller's Rest Hotel Watervale 1866 Memorial 179/210

STAPLES, Leeson galvanised iron worker Strathalbyn 1867 Memorial 87/225

STAPLES, Leeson tinsmith and ironworker Adelaide (Rundle St) 1875[-1888] Memorials 237/282, 248/318

STAPLES, Robert farmer Tiparra 1885 Memorial 244/363

STAPLES, William farmer Hope Valley 1854 Memorial 123/74

STAPLETON, Austin shoemaker Cowell Cowell (Hundred of Playford) township allotment land grant 1884 Grant Book 39 Page 83 County Jervois

No 1

STAPLETON, Frank Lawrence clerk Adelaide linked with Lionel Conrad Stapleton station assistant Adelaide and Percival De Souligny Stapleton telegraph clerk Adelaide 1891 Memorial 59/409

STAPLETON, Frank Lawrence clerk Adelaide 1904 Memorial 104/450

STAPLETON, Gifford Burkitt shift engineer Burra North (formerly called Aberdeen) 1950[-1953] Memorial 98/525

No 1

STAPLETON, James L telegraphist Mt Gambier 1865 Memorial 149/204

STAPLETON, James Lawrence telegraph station master Mt Gambier 1866 Memorial 98/214

STAPLETON, John licensed victualler Adelaide (Elizabeth St), died 4/6/1883. His estate worth £1,200 Memorial 126/351

STAPLETON, Lawrence clerk Adelaide 1895 Memorial 136/425

No 1

STAPLETON, Lionel Conrad company secretary Clearview Ltd, 54 Grenfell Buildings, Grenfell St, Adelaide 1922 Application 27073

STAPLETON, LC secretary to Clearview Ltd of Grenfell St, Adelaide 1922 Memorial 62/485

STAPLETON, William James miner Hampton 1858 Memorial 238/139

STAPLEY, Alfred Martin teacher Richmond. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1907 Grant Book 2 Page 16 County Adelaide

STAR, William brickmaker Bowden 1854 Memorial 196/75

No 1

STARK, Alexander farmer Angas Special Survey 1846 Memorial 227/7

STARK, Alexander farmer Strathalbyn 1847[-1878] Memorial 456/8

STARK, Alexander farmer Angas River near Strathalbyn 1858[-1854] Memorial 174/133

STARK, Alexander farmer formerly of Strathalbyn 1852 but now of Angas Bank near Strathalbyn 1863 Application 4436

STARK, Alexander sheep farmer Strathalbyn 1864 Memorial 344/193

STARK, Alexander gentleman Angas Bank near Strathalbyn 1866 Memorial 93/216

STARK, Alexander and John farmers near Strathalbyn 1873[-1877] Memorial 77/291

STARK, Alexander gentleman Morphett Vale, died 1883. Provision in his will for his wife, Margaret Stark, his daughter Jane MCCALLUM and his son, John Stark gentleman Angas Bank near Strathalbyn Memorial 188/353

STARK, Alexander gentleman Morphett Vale, died 28/8/1883, of apoplexy, aged 71. His son, John Stark, lived at Strathalbyn Application 24403

STARK, Alexander formerly farmer Strathalbyn later gentleman Morphett Vale, died 28/8/1883. Estate worth £1,600. Cash bequests to his daughter, Jane MCCALLUM wife of John McCallum farmer Angas Bank near Strathabyn; also to another Alexander Stark who had worked for many years to the deceased Alexander McCallum. The residue of his personal estate to his son, John Stark gentleman Angas Bank. Alexander Stark gave £60 to his wife, Margaret Stark, a year for life, provided she remained a widow, from the rents of farm land in the Hundred of Bremer and allotments in the township of Hamburgh. Margaret Stark widow Magill Rd, Norwood, died 17/1/1902, of osteo-uristeritis, aged 80 years. The trustees then sold the real estate - bequests to the testator's granddaughter, Isabella Brown CROWDER wife of William A Crowder clerk Adelaide, and to his grandsons, Andrew Edward and James Angus Stark, and Alexander Cunningham McCallum (ironmonger Perth WA 1900) and William Sinclair McCallum in equal shares Application 27821

STARK, Carl blacksmith Hahndorf 1867 Application 8501

STARK, Carl August Heinrich market gardener Spring Vale Gardens [probably part of the Wirrabara Forest Reserve] 1881 Memorial 239/331

No 1

STARK, Eugene William farmer Lake Mundi Vic 1910 Memorial 103/462

STARK, Eugene William farmer Lake Mundi Vic and Annie Singer Stark his wife 1937 Memorial 148/510

No 1

STARK, James of Penola 1861 Memorial 92/178

STARK, James contractor Penola 1869 Memorial 125/238

STARK, James contractor Penola linked with Eugene William Stark farmer Lake Mundi Vic 1909 Memorial 103/462

STARK, James 42 widower carpenter Penola (Father: David Stark) married Abigail CALLAGHAN 35 spinster Penola (Father: Bartholomew Callaghan) on 29/1/1877 Mt Gambier RC Presbytery. Minister: Timothy MURPHY. Witnesses: Denis O'BRIEN labourer Mt Gambier and Maria RYAN spinster Mt Gambier Application 22546.

No 1

STARK, John labourer Robe S-E 1858 Memorial 332/139

STARK, John labourer Robe Hundred of Gambier land grant 1860 Grant Book 30 Page 91 County Grey

No 2 - likely to be the same person

STARK, John farmer New Hamburgh 1859 Memorial 93/151

STARK, John farmer Strathalbyn Hundred of Bremer land grant 1863 Grant Book 36 Page 36 County Hindmarsh

STARK, John farmer Dry Plains near Strathalbyn 1869 Memorial 220/242

STARK, John gentleman near Strathalbyn 1892 Memorial 88/413

STARK, John farmer Strathalbyn 1894 Application 25000

STARK, John gentleman Strathalbyn, died 16/12/1902. Uncle of Isabella Brown CROWDER, Alexander Cunningham MCCALLUM, Andrew Edward Stark and James Angas Stark. Executors; Alexander Cunningham McCallum ironmonger Perth WA (nephew) and James BELL storekeeper Strathalbyn Memorial 43/448

STARK, John gentleman Strathalbyn, died 16/12/1902. His estate worth £5,200 to be sold. The proceeds in equal shares to go to his niece and nephews - Isabella Brown CROWDER and Alexander Cunningham MCCALLUM. Andrew Edward Stark and James Angas Stark Application 27822

No 3

STARK, John farmer Glenburnie, who died c1899, left his residual estate to Emma ORCHARD spinster Glenburnie. Executors; John WATSON newspaper proprietor Mt Gambier and Robert Alexander CALDWELL Presbyterian Minister Mt Gambier Memorial 111/441

STARK, Ludwig Joachim Heinrich wheelwright Hahndorf 1853[-1859] Memorial 150/62

STARK, M ham shop keeper Pt Adelaide 1915 Application 26416

No 1

STARK, Robert Adam Mozley gentleman Auckland New Zealand and Eliza Stark his wife 1880 Memorial 247/322

STARK, Robert Adam Mozley gentleman Auckland New Zealand, and Eliza his wife, power of attorney to Frederick William BULLOCK land agent Adelaide to claim Eliza Stark’s rightful inheritance, especially an annuity of £750 under the will of her late husband, Francis Hardy FAULDING Esquire Adelaide, and to manage any SA real estate 24/4/1880. By 13/10/1880, the Starks had moved to 10 Hatherley Grove, Westbourne Grove, Middlesex, England. Mrs Stark’s mother, Elizabeth Macgeorge had died. Mrs Stark claimed her share of her father, Robert Forsyth Macgeorge’s estate absolutely in remainder expectant, which had gone to his widow in trust for life. Power of attorney to Robert Macgeorge gentleman Adelaide and FW Bullock land agent Adelaide, to obtain this share Enrolment 67/51

STARK, Robert Adam Mozley Esquire formerly of Auckland New Zealand but now of 10 Hatherley Grove, Westbourne Grove, Middlesex, England, and Eliza Stark his wife formerly Eliza FAULDING widow of the late Francis Hardy Faulding of Adelaide now deceased nee Eliza MACGEORGE 1880 Memorial 171/327

No 1 - the same person or a mixture of the Elder and the Younger?

STARK, William labourer Gawler 1852[-1864] Memorial 452/39

STARK, William yeoman Gawler 1853[-1856] Memorial 65/47

STARK, William labourer Gawler 1859 Application 866.

STARK, William storekeeper Gawler 1862 Application 2892.

STARK, William storekeeper Gawler 1863 Memorial 69/240

STARK, William limeburner Gawler 1865 Memorial 338/207

STARK, William yeoman Gawler and Rebecca Stark his wife 1865 Application 6278

STARK, William storekeeper Gawler, died c1869. His whole estate to his wife, Rebecca Stark absolutely. John RUDALL the Younger solicitor Kapunda, to be the executor Enrolment 77/49

STARKEY, Arthur Lewis farmer Tungkillo 1949 Memorial 115/524

STARKEY, Edward Henry farmer Mt Pleaseant 1886 Memorial 226/372

No 1

STARKEY, Michael storekeeper Mt Torrens 1856 Memorial 27/99

STARKEY, Michael shepherd Pewsey Vale Hundred of Moorooroo land grant 1865 Grant Book 44 Page 257 County Light

No 1

STARKS, Albert labourer Collinsfield 1887 Memorial 123/384

STARKS, Albert labourer Pt Broughton. Hundred of Mundoora land grant 1923 Grant Book 14 Page 290 County Daly

STARKS, Thomas blocker Pt Broughton, had died by 1911 intestate. Mary Ann Margaret Starks widow Pt Broughton appointed to administer the estate Grant Book 14 Page 276 County Daly

No 1

STARLING, Edward Whitfield labourer Bertha near Gawler and Maria Starling his wife 1910 a daughter of William and Mary Ann AYLING of Willaston and later Henley Beach Memorial 68/463

STARLING, Edward Whitfield labourer Bertha near Gawler and Maria Starling his wife 1917[-1921] Memorial 150/475

STARLING, Maria widow Princess St, Bertha near Gawler 1939[-1948], died 7/8/1948. Mother of Frank Reginald Starling motor engineer Gawler. Other children mentioned but not described Memorials 65 & 66/523

STARLING, George farmer Minlacowie 1891 Memorial 248/406

No 1

STARLING, Louisa widow storekeeper Mt Barker. Mother of Louisa Elizabeth Starling, Amelia Maria Starling and Selina Augusta Starling. Mrs Starling had land in Mt Barker placed in trust for her to benefit from during her lifetime, then in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant to her daughters after her death. Trustees - William MILLS and James RANDALL cabinetmakers Adelaide 1855 Application 8102

STARLING, Louisa widow storekeeper Mt Barker 1858 Memorial 170/132

STARLING, Louisa widow storekeeper Mt Barker 1864 Memorial 292/196

STARLING, James farmer Kingston S-E. Rosetown (Hundred of Lacepede) township allotment land grant 1910 Grant Book 29 Page 221 County MacDonnell

STARLING, William George farmer Kingston S-E 1930[-1946] Memorial 6/503, Application 28473

No 1

STARNES, William coachmaker Adelaide 1850[-1865] Memorial 319/22

STARNES, William coachmaker Norwood 1854[-1857] Memorial 130/63

STARNES, William coachbuilder Norwood 1865 Application 6230

No 1

STARR, Berry of the Hundred of Willowie Hundred of Booleroo land grant 1882 Grant Book 24 Page 624 County Frome

STARR, Berry and Peter farmers Quorn 1896 Memorial 48/427

No 1

STARR, Francis farmer Virginia Co Adelaide. Hundred of Redhill land grant 1878 Grant Book 14 Page 368 County Daly

STARR, Francis farmer Keilli. Trustee Cemetery perhaps at Keilli 1878 Grant Book 14 Page 368 County Daly

STARR, HWA store assistant Yorketown 1912 Memorial 170/466

STARR, Jack waterside worker Pt Lincoln 1950 Application 28725

STARR, Lawrence Seafield tailor Glenelg 1927 Memorial 121/497

No 1 - perhaps the same person

STARR, Peter, Samuel and William farmers Thornden Park 1863 Application 4601

STARR, Peter gardener Thornden Park 1880 Memorial 60/326

STARR, Peter of Quorn 1888[-1889] Memorial 72/393

No 1

STARR, Samuel farmer Thornden Park 1859[-1864] Memorial 311/189, Application 5370

STARR, Samuel farmer near Athelstone, died c1870. He left his entire estate in trust to his wife, Sarah Ann Starr, for life, then to his children absolutely in remainder expectant as directed in the will - Stephen Starr, Berry Starr, and Eliza FRY Memorial 162/249

STARR, Stephen publican Wirrabara Co Frome. Carrieton (Hundred of Eurelia) township allotment land grant 1879 Grant Book 13 Page 298 County Dalhousie

STARR, William gardener Thornden Park Co Adelaide. Hundred of Booleroo land grant 1883 Grant Book 24 Page 627 County Frome

No 1

STARRS, Peter Joseph farmer Broughton Extension. Hundred of Redhill land grant 1881 Grant Book 14 Page 377 County Daly

STARRS, Peter Joseph farmer Wokurna Co Daly. Parilla (Hundred of Parilla) township allotment land grant 1910 Grant Book 12 Page 114 County Chandos

No 1

STARS, Francis of the Para River son of Peter Stars farmer Para River and Catherine Stars his wife 1855 Memorial 302/89

STARS/STARRS, Francis farmer South Para 1856[-1858] Memorial 58/110

STARS, Francis farmer formerly of Springfield South Para but now of One Tree Hill at the Sources of the Little Para 1869 Memorial 226/237

STARS, Francis and Peter farmers South Para 1857 Memorial 10/118

STARS, Francis and Peter farmers One Tree Hill 1867 Memorial 89/218

No 1

STARS, Peter labourer Adelaide 1841 Application 17420 24STARS, Peter labourer One Tree Hill Little Para 1846 Memorial 453/25 Farmer Little Para Co Adelaide 1848 Memorial 454/25

STARS, Peter farmer One Tree Hill of the Little Para 1866 Memorial 104/212

STARS, Peter farmer The Para (One Tree Hill), his wife Catherine Stars and son, Francis Stars 1867 Application 8123

STARS, Peter farmer South Para 1855 Memorial 326/81

STARS, Peter farmer Tenafeate South Para and Catherine Stars his wife 1855 Memorial 237/92

START, Richard farmer Rhine Villa 1886[-1887] Memorial 88/374

No 1

START, William farmer Rhine Villa 1887[-1894] Memorial 152/388

START, William farmer Rhine Villa. Hundred of Angas land grant 1894 Grant Book 58 Page 183 County Sturt

STASINOWSKY, Johann Carl Friedrich farmer and shoemaker Gnadenfrei 1857 Memorial 53/124

STASINOWSKI, Johann Carl Friedrich mason and farmer Gnadenfrei 1861 Application 2292

STASINOWSKY, Johann Ernst farmer Wauraltee 1887 Memorial 18/386

No 1

STASINOWSKI, Johann Gottlieb labourer near Mannum 1882 Memorial 222/338

STASINOWSKY, Johann Gottlieb labourer Mannum 1883 Memorial 5/349

STASINOWSKY, Wilhelm August mason Maitland Hundred of Kilkerran land grant 1881 Grant Book 19 Page 168a County Fergusson

STASINOWSKY, Wilhelmine Anna widow Kooringa 1915[-1920] Memorial 51/472, Application 26926

STASKARD, Thomas formerly blacksmith but now out of business Donnybrook near Clare 1896 Memorial 113/431

No 1

STATTON, Edward JP of Hallett 1910 Memorial 152/463

STATTON, Edward blacksmith Hallett. Hundred of Hallett land grant 1912 Grant Book 8 Page 100 County Burra

No 1

STATTON, Josiah blacksmith Kooringa. Hundred of Hallett land grant 1871 Grant Book 8 Page 120 County Burra

STATTON, Josiah blacksmith Kooringa 1875[-1880] Memorial 88/285

STATTON, Josiah machinist Kooringa 1878[-1884] Memorial 18/307

STATTON, Wilfred Sylvester Methodist minister Clarendon 1932 Memorial 105/505

No 1

STAUDE, Francis Frederick farmer Kongal and Josephine Staude his wife 1901 Memorial 171/444

STAUDE, Josephine widow Buckingham linked with the late Francis Frederick Staude labourer Kongal near Bordertown now deceased 1908 Grant Book 7 Page 51 County Buckingham

STAUDE, Johann August farmer Carew Park. Hundred of Wirrega land grant 1904 Grant Book 7 Page 49 County Buckingham.

STAUDE, Johann August farmer Kongal. Hundred of Wirrega land grant 1912 Grant Book 7 Page 53 County Buckingham

No 1

STAUDE, Johann Heinrich Wilhelm farmer Talunga Hundred of Nuriootpa land grant 1854[-1857] Memorial 164/78

STAUDE, Johann Heinrich Wilhelm farmer Blumberg 1856 Memorial 57/101

STAUDE, Wilhelm farmer Willowie trustee unnamed Church Hundred of Willowie land grant 1882 Grant Book 24 Page 744 County Frome

STAUDE, Wilhelm farmer Willowie, died 22/1/1902. Husband of Theckla Staude. Estate worth £1,600 Memorial 7/446

STAUDE, Wilhelm farmer Booleroo Centre, had died by 1902. Executrix – Theckla Staude widow Willowie Grant Book 24 Page 750 County Frome

STAUDE, William Walter farmer Mundulla. Hundred of Wirrega land grant 1911 Grant Book 7 Page 52 County Buckingham. Farmer Wirrega. Hundred of Wirrega land grant 1911 Grant Book 7 Page 52 County Buckingham

No 1

STAUNTON, George farmer near the Reedbeds 1874[-1877] Memorial 145/277

STAUNTON, George farmer Findon 1873 Application 12910

STAUNTON, George farmer Findon 1878 Memorial 71/307

STAUNTON, Patrick gardener Glen Osmond 1876 Memorial 10/288

STAUNTON, Stephen blacksmith Narracoorte 1908 Memorial 59/460

STAVEN, Matilda Harriet widow Petersburg. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1910 Grant Book 13 Page 211 County Dalhousie

No 1

STAYNER/STAYNOR, James fruiterer Adelaide 1851[-1854] Memorial 222/32

STAYNER, James seedsman Adelaide 1854 He took over the lease of the Hand and Heart Inn at Prospect for £250 from William WILLIAMS yeoman South Para Memorial 237/72

STAYNER, James licensed victualler Adelaide 1856 Memorial 89/96

STEAD, Benjamin farmer Pinnaroo. Hundred of Kingsford land grant 1927 Grant Book 12 Page 271 County Chandos

No 1

STEAD, Francis Herbert farmer Pinnaroo. Hundred of Pinnaroo land grant 1925 Grant Book 12 Page 53 County Chandos

STEAD, Francis Herbert farmer Karte. Hundred of Kingsford land grant 1927 Grant Book 12 Page 271 County Chandos

STEAD, Harriet married woman Queenstown 1909 Application 25604

No 1

STEAD, John of Adelaide 1839 Memorial 93/202

STEAD, John gentleman [formerly of Adelaide but now of] The Torrens near Adelaide 1865 Memorial 132/202

STEAD, John Esquire Melon Grove Torrens River 1850 Memorial 217/20

STEAD, John gentleman Glynde and Eliza Stead his wife 1867 Memorial 83/222

STEAD, John gentleman formerly of Friday St, Blue Boar Court, London, Middlesex, England but now of The Parade, Norwood and Eliza Stead his wife 1871 Memorial 163/284

STEAD, Eliza widow Norwood 1876, relict of the late John Stead formerly Esquire Melon Grove Torrens River near Adelaide 1850 Application 14885

STEAD, Eliza widow Norwood near Adelaide, relict of the late John Stead formerly gentleman of near Adelaide now deceased 1876 Memorial 152/294

STEAD, Eliza widow Medindie near Adelaide, relict of the late John Stead formerly gentleman The Glynde but now deceased 1885 Memorial 5/366

No 2

STEAD, John plasterer Adelaide 1854[-1860] Memorial 332/71

STEAD, John plasterer Adelaide 1861 Application 2093

No 3

STEAD, John the Elder out of business West Thebarton 1891[-1899] Applications 22518, Application 23831

No 1 - perhaps the same person

STEAD, Matthew farmer Chain of Ponds 1854 Memorial 106/74

STEAD, Matthew farmer Pekina 1881 Memorial 87/334

STEAD, Roy Hargraves farm labourer Tintinara and Thomas Stead labourer Tintinara. Tintinara (Hundred of Coombe) township allotment land grant 1915 Grant Book 10 Page 103 County Cardwell

No 1

STEAD, Thomas farmer Jamestown Co Victoria. Hundred of Pekina land grant 1881 Grant Book 13 Page 164 County Dalhousie

STEAD, Thomas farmer Pekina 1881 Memorial 168/331

STEAD, Victor James millhand Gawler and Norma Jean Stead his wife 1950 Memorial 10/525

STEAD, William Joseph pharmaceutical chemist Alberton linked with Elizabeth Stead widow 81 South Tce, Adelaide 1918 Memorial 113/477

STEADMAN, William Reginald Methodist minister 1 Desaumares St, Kensington Park 1953 Memorial 18/528

No 1

STEARNE, Ernest William tinsmith Hindmarsh 1891[-1895] Memorial 26/414

STEARNE, Ernest William tinsmith formerly of of Hindmarsh but now of Kalgoorlie WA 1897 Application 23342

No 1

STEARNE, Jesse baker Hindmarsh 1859 Memorial 151/159

STEARNE, Jesse baker Hindmarsh 1865 Application 6039

No 1

STEARNE, William Webster baker Hindmarsh 1879 Memorial 67/316

STEARNE, William Webster storeman Hindmarsh 1900 Application 23976

No 1

STEBBING, Edwin Thomas of Adelaide 1844 Memorial 281/3

STEBBING, Edwin Thomas labourer Adelaide 1851 Memorial 438/28

STEDMAN, Anna Harriette widow Adelaide 1879 Memorial 223/315

No 1

STEDMAN, Foster surgeon Adelaide 1853 Memorial 216/48

STEDMAN, Foster surgeon Houghton 1857 Memorial 81/129

STEDMAN, Foster surgeon Pt Lincoln 1875 Memorial 204/282

STEDMAN, Warneford Savignac chemist Gawler 1854 Memorial 461/68

STEDWICK, George farmer Aldinga Plains 1853 Memorial 65/81

No 1

STEED, Frederick Richard of Franklin St, Adelaide 1858 Memorial 61/146

STEED, Frederick Richard labourer Adelaide (Franklin St) 1870 Memorial 31/250

STEED, Frederick Richard [formerly labourer Adelaide but now] dairyman Norwood 1874 Memorial 86/278

STEED, Frederick Richard dairyman Charles St, Norwood 1881 Application 18604

STEED, William publican Roseworthy 1876 Memorial 35/287

No 1 - likely to be the same person

STEEDS, Joseph sawyer Adelaide 1856 Memorial 154/103

STEEDS, Joseph gentleman North Adelaide 1874 Memorial 58/276

STEEL, Frederic printer North Adelaide (Kermode St) took out a 7-year lease of the Dover Castle Hotel, Margaret St, North Adelaide at £90 a year from Henry BONNING licensed victualler Archer St, North Adelaide 1851 Memorial 83/31

STEEL, Jamieson labourer Balhannah 1856 Memorial 89/103

STEEL, John shepherd Section 314 near Mt Gambier 1860 Memorial 166/166

STEELE, Albert Irwin carrier Kingston S-E 1938 Memorial 190/511

No 1

STEELE, Andrew farmer Eyre Flat 1854 Memorial 130/66

No 2 - probably a continuation of No 1

STEELE, Andrew farmer Morphett Vale 1854 Hundred of Waterloo land purchase Memorial 121/67

STEELE, Andrew farmer Kapunda 1855[-1857] Memorial 228/81

STEELE, Andrew publican Royal Oak Tothill Creek 1858 Application 29

STEELE, Andrew farmer Saddleworth Hundred of Saddleworth land grant 1858 Grant Book 44 Page 317 County Light

STEELE, Andrew farmer Light River Hundred of Saddleworth 1863 Memorial 326/188

No 1

STEELE, Archibald farmer Mt Gambier 1854 Memorial 412/74

STEELE, Archibald and John farmers Mt Gambier 1859 Memorial 49/155

STEELE, Benjamin yeoman Kensington 1850 Memorial 242/25

No 1

STEELE, David ploughman Salter Springs Co Gawler. Hundred of Redhill land grant 1876 Grant Book 14 Page 361 County Daly

STEELE, David farmer Redhill 1891[-1894] Memorial 224/409

STEELE, David farmer Redhill Hundred of Koolunga land grant 1894 Grant Book 55 Page 193 County Stanley

No 2

STEELE, David farmer Broughton Co Daly. Hundred of Wandearah land grant 1885 Grant Book 60 Page 327 County Victoria

STEELE, David farmer Wandearah. Hundred of Wandearah land grant 1893 Grant Book 60 Page 328 County Victoria

No 1

STEELE, David MacDonald medical practitioner Kooringa 1928[-1929] Memorial 199/500

STEELE, D MacDonald medical practitioner Burra 1948 Memorial 89/523

STEELE, Donald MacDonald medical practitioner Glenelg 1938 Application 28132

STEELE, Edgar Henry printer Pt Lincoln 1911 Memorial 28/464

STEELE, Eliza Ellis widow Nairne 1868 Memorial 47/235

STEELE, Horace store assistant Kooringa 1884 Memorial 17/362

No 1 - possibly the same person

STEELE, James Esquire Adelaide 1854[-1864] [Links with the Steele family of Nairne] Memorial 79/70

STEELE, James of North Tce, Adelaide 1865 Memorial 275/202

No 2

STEELE, James yeoman Tea Tree Gully 1859 Memorial 236/151

STEELE, James married Anne nee HENNESSEY on 8/4/1844 St Nicholas Liverpool, Lancs, England. The Steeles with their two daughters emigrated to SA in 1852. A son, John Steele, was born in SA. James Steele yeoman Yatala Vale near Tea Tree Gully, died 1863 intestate. His son, John Steele bootmaker Hilton, inherited his estate as heir at law. Anne Steele remarried to Nicholas John HENKENSON labourer Yatala Vale. No family. He died 1873 intestate Application 28982

No 3

STEELE, James accountant Norwood 1882 m 3/5/1882 Elizabeth Helen nee Anderson linked with Peter Anderson farmer Springfield Farm near Stansbury Memorial 144/346

STEELE, James gentleman East Adelaide 1898[-1907] Memorial 145/434

No 1 – perhaps the same person

STEELE, John farmer near Point Pass Co Eyre. Hundred of Whyte land grant 1877 Grant Book 60 Page 51 County Victoria

STEELE, John farmer Terowie. Hundred of Terowie land grant 1880 Grant Book 40 Page 14 County Kimberley

STEELE, John farmer Terowie Co Kimberley. Hundred of Whyte land grant 1885 Grant Book 60 Page 56 County Victoria

No 2

STEELE, John bootmaker formerly of Mintaro but now of Hilton son of Ann HENKENSON widow Hilton formerly the relict of the late James Steele formerly yeoman Tea Tree Gully now deceased 1884 Memorial 1/362

STEELE, Richard solicitor Nairne, died 11/8/1868, of peritonitis, aged 27 Application 11379

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

STEELE, Robert Moore Esquire Byethorne near Nairne 1854 Memorial 272/73

STEELE, Robert Moore present Trustee of the Nairne District Land Building and Investment Society 1862 Application 3186

STEELE, Robert Moore of Nairne. Trustee Nairne Land, Building and Investment Society 1865 Memorial 88/205

STEELE, Robert Moore gentleman North Kensington linked with James Steele bank accountant Adelaide 1880. This family owned land in Nairne Memorial 122/327

STEELE, Robert Moore gentleman formerly of Nairne 1860s then North Kensington but then of Fitzroy Vic, died 6/2/1883 intestate. Estate worth £130. By 1884, his widow, Isabella Steele, had moved to Hawthorn Vic. She was still there in 1892 Memorials 175 & 176/413

STEELE, Isabella widow Hawthorne Vic widow of Robert Moore Steele Esquire Nairne 1885 Application 20770

STEELE, RM accountant Adelaide 1893 Memorial 104/419

STEELE, Robert Moore insurance adjuster Adelaide 1908 Memorial 236/45

STEELE, Robert William agent Paskeville. Paskeville (Hundred of Kulpara) township allotment land grant 1906 Grant Book 14 Page 200 County Daly

No 1

STEELE, Samuel labourer Adelaide 1845 Memorial 201/5

STEELE, Samuel labourer Adelaide 1880 Application 18281

No 1

STEELE, William clerk to Messrs ANDREWS & BONNIN solicitors Mt Barker 1859 Memorial 173/152

STEELE, William solicitor Mt Barker 1865 Memorial 102/207

No 2 - probably a continuation of No 1

STEELE, William of Nairne 1864 Memorial 304/195

No 3

STEELE, William butcher Tothill Creek 1871 Application 11592

STEELE, William butcher Tothill Creek 1883 Application 19824

STEELE, William butcher Tothill Creek Hundred of Julia Creek land grant 1883 Grant Book 44 Page 81 County Light

No 1

STEELE, William George schoolmaster Pirie St, Adelaide married Mary MACKENNAL spinster Pirie St, Adelaide, on 20/5/1847, at St John’s Halifax St, Adelaide. Witnesses: Patrick and Eliza AULD Application 18967

STEELE, William George schoolteacher Adelaide (Pt TA 167 corner of Freeman and Pirie Sts) leasehold premises comprising a 'tenement and other buildings … lately erected and standing thereon together with the back yard and privy' 18-year lease at £42 per annum. [HP Robinson, founder of the neighbouring Freemason's Hotel, owned the site] 1848. The next year, 1849, WG Steel underleased the site to August BEYER storekeeper Adelaide (Freeman St) for 10 years at £62/8/- a year. However, he sold the leasehold rights to A Beyer for £60 in 1854 Memorial 455/36

STEELE, William George gentlemen Waymouth St, Adelaide 1851[-1875] Memorial 303/30

STEELE, William George gentleman Adelaide and Mary Steel his wife formerly Mary MACKENNAL spinster Thebarton 1852 Memorial 217/44

STEELE, William George teacher formerly of Unley but now of Pt Lincoln 1876 Memorial 203/294

STEELE, William George teacher formerly of Adelaide (Waymouth St) 1851 then of Unley 1857 now of Pt Lincoln 1878. He either visited or lived in Victoria during the mid-1850s Application 16919

STEEN, Edward farmer Tungkillo 1880 Memorial 50/323

No 1

STEEN, John farmer near Woodside 1878[-1897] Memorial 80/308, Application 18259

STEEN, John farmer Western Branch near Woodside, died 22/11/1900 Nairne 1901 Memorial 74/442

STEER, Charles farmer Baker Gully 1885[-1886] Memorial 100/363

STEER, Charles farmer Baker Gully 1886 This place apparently got its name from George BAKER farmer Kangarilla by 1841 Application 21007

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

STEER, Edward farmer Macclesfield 1854 Memorial 434/67

STEER, Edward farmer Langhorne Creek 1856 Memorial 6/101

STEER, Edward farmer Lake Plains Hundred of Bremer 1861[-1871] Memorials 160/186 & 42/255

STEER, Edward farmer Lake Plains Co Hindmarsh. Hundred of Tatiara land grant 1876 Grant Book 7 Page 5 County Buckingham. Perhaps father of Edward Steer the Younger farmer near Bordertown?? 1883 Grant Book 7 Page 43 County Buckingham

STEER, Edward farmer formerly of Lake Plains but now of Tatiara 1874 Memorial 40/279

STEER, Edward farmer Watson Park Section 2787 Hundred of Bremer (640 acres) 1877 Memorial 9/299

No 2

STEER, Edward and Richard farmers Baker Gully 1885 Memorial 133/364

STEER, Edward farmer Section 826 Hundred of Kuipto Baker Gully. He could not write. Linked with Richard Steer farmer Baker Gully 1885 Application 20601.

STEER, Edward farmer Baker Gully, stated 1893 that he and his parents had come to live there in 1850. He could not write Application 22494

STEER, EL painter Aberdeen 1929 Application 27763

STEER, Erskine farmer Langhorne Creek 1902[-1904] Memorial 42/445

STEER, Frederick George ganger Beachport and Emily Elizabeth Steer his wife 1929 Application 27732

STEER, G undertaker's assistant Adelaide 1893 Application 25368

No 1

STEER, George farmer Bull Creek 1864 Memorial 302/196

STEER, George farmer Eyre Flat near Kangarilla, died c1867-1874. Husband of Louisa Steer. Father of sons and daughters but none named. Executors; Joseph LUCAS and William STILWELL storekeepers Eyre Flat Memorial 90/274

STEER, George farmer farmer Eyre Flat near Kangarilla, died 1874. His wife, Louisa Steer, to have his estate in trust for life, then to all their children in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant. By 1903[-1909], Louisa Steer lived at Payneham Application 24694, Application 25659

No 2

STEER, George farmer The Meadows Hundred of Kondoparinga land grant 1867 Grant Book 36 Page 273 County Hindmarsh

No 3

STEER, George farmer Wolseley. Hundred of Tatiara land grant 1905 Grant Book 7 Page 20 County Buckingham

STEER, Herbert Arthur Valentine farmer Yongala Co Dalhousie. Hundred of Bews land grant 1909 Grant Book 12 Page 4 County Chandos

STEER, Ivan James butcher's assistant McLaren Vale and Valma Doreen Steer his wife 1952 Memorial 129/527

No 1
STEER, James of Hilton 1868 Memorial 108/322

STEER, James gardener Hilton 1868 Application 17949

STEER, John miner Mattawarrangala 1868 Memorial 144/235

STEER, John farmer Woodside, died 22/11/1900. Husband of Elizabeth Steer Application 24511

STEER, Joseph market gardener Cox Creek 1876 Application 15510

STEER, Leonard Edward labourer McLaren Vale 1930[-1955] Memorial 175/503, Application 29095

STEER, Milford John farmer Wilkawatt changed his name by deed poll to Wilfred Jack Steer 1916 Memorial 79/474

No 1
STEER, Richard farmer Eyre Flat 1852[-1853] Memorial 301/40

Eyre Flat Bible Christian school trustee 1855 Memorial 426/86

STEER, Richard farmer Clarendon 1854 Memorial 451/64

STEER, Richard farmer Meadows 1854 Memorial 7/67

STEER, Richard farmer Hundred of Kuitpo 1855[-1868] Memorial 344/174

STEER, Richard farmer Baker Gully and Sarah Steer his wife 'well advanced in years' linked with Edward Steer farmer Baker Gully 1881 Memorial 148/331

STEER, Sarah wife of Richard Steer gardener Baker Gully, died 26/12/1883, of liver enlargement, aged 75 Application 20601

STEER, Robert Thomas farmer near Mannum 1884 Memorial 50/357

No 1
STEER, Samuel currant grower McLaren Flat. McLaren Flat Methodist Church trustee 1917 Memorial 116/475

STEER, Samuel farmer McLaren Flat, aged 74 in 1954, declared that he knew certain land in the Hundred of Kuitpo 'for as long as I was able to think' [7 was the legal age of reason] Application 29054

STEER, William farmer Clarendon 1872[-1877] Memorial 77/277

STEERS, Nicholas plasterer Salisbury 1857[-1864] Memorial 103/122

STEFFAN, Rudolph shoemaker Adelaide (Pt TA 209 Pirie St) 1852[-1853] Memorial 46/43

No 1

STEGEN, Friedrich farmer Rosenthal 1854[-1859] Memorial 293/69

STEGEN, Friedrich farmer formerly of Rosenthal 1854 but now of Kingsford near Gawler 1864 Application 5141

No 1 - probably the same person

STEGGELL, Henry William farmer Adelaide 1856 Memorial 6/99

STEGGALL, Henry William farmer Riverton 1865[-1866] Memorial 13/205

STEGGALL, Henry William of the Hundred of Terowie Hundred of Terowie land grant 1880 Grant Book 40 Page 14 County Kimberley

No 1

STEHN, Johann Diederich farmer Peg Gully [near the Bugle Ranges??] 1864 Application 5060

STEHN, Johann Diedrich farmer Red Creek Hundred of Baker land grant 1865 Grant Book 53 Page 203 County Russell

STEHN, Johann Diedrich farmer Point McLeay Hundred of Baker land grant 1869 Grant Book 54 Page 7 County Russell

No 1

STEICKE, Gottlieb farmer Light Pass 1861[-1865] Memorial 96/178

STEICKE, Gottlieb farmer Light Pass, died 4/6/1872 consumption, aged 59 He owned quite a bit of land scattered in the district. Husband of Anna Elisabeth Steicke Application 15048

STEICKE, Johann Emmanuel blacksmith Light Pass Co Light. Caltowie (Hundred of Caltowie) township allotment land grant 1873 Grant Book 60 Page 443 County Victoria

STEICKE, Johann Immanuel blacksmith Lameroo. Hundred of Bews land grant 1910 Grant Book 12 Page 6 County Chandos

STEICKE, Johann Christian of Lobethal, died 1873. His wife, Johanne Luise Steicke nee HABY, to inherit his entire estate absolutely Memorial 237/264

No 1 - perhaps the same person

STEICKE, Johanne Eleonore widow Nain near Greenock widow of the late Johann Gottlieb Steicke of Nain 1890 Application 21897

STEICKE, Johanne Eleonore widow Australia Plains Hundred of English 1892 Memorial 1/415

STEICKE, Johanne Eleonore no description had died by 1901. Executors – Johann Hermann Steicke and Ernst NICOLAI farmers Australia Plain Grant Book 17 Page 175 County Eyre

STEICKE, Johann Gottlieb farmer Lobethal 1850[-1854] Memorial 193/28

STEICKE, Johann Gottlieb farmer Nain 1853[-1856] Memorial 389/68

STEICKE, Johann Traugott labourer Blumberg Hundred of Finniss land grant 1882 Grant Book 58 Page 39 County Sturt

No 1

STEICKE, Johann Wilhelm farmer German Pass 1853 Memorial 2/55

STEICKE, Johann Wilhelm farmer Gnadenfrei 1862 Memorial 259/184

STEICKE, Johann Wilhelm farmer German Pass 1864 Application 5877

No 1

STEICKE, Samuel farmer Lobethal 1850 Memorial 194/28

STEICKE, Samuel of Lobethal died c1860. [Children in birth order - Gottlieb Steicke, Eleonore PREISS, Maria HITTMANN, Christian Steike, August Steicke] His wife, Anna Dorothea nee PAECH, inherited his whole estate, including his freehold 4 acre property pt Section 5125 Hundred of Onkaparinga, ‘with dwelling house and stables as well as all my things in farm or house, the leasehold Section 5116, all the horses, cows, pigs and all other domestic animals; also all the money outstanding and any posssible heritage coming to me; and all what I have not now named to all these things, I say it once more, shall my wife above named be the only heiress, but under the following conditions. To pay £100 to each of his children, eldest son Gottlieb, daughter Eleonore PREISS, son Christian. Youngest son, August Steicke, to inherit the freehold Lobethal property absolutely after his mother died, provided that he cared for his sister Maria HITTMANN, while she was ‘in a state of sickness and in good nursing, so that no complaint can be made by the other children and guardian, in which case Maria shall board somewhere else, where she must have good treatment, nourishing food and her washing done, which my son August will have to pay for. But should my daughter Maria die during the lifetime of my wife, my son August has to pay to his mother £100 from out of the farm. But should my daughter Maria before the death of my wife get well, which I pray God may grant, then will the before named £100 belong to her, which August will have to pay’. Will made 5/11/1860 Lobethal. Witnesses Heinrich Friedrich LANGE and Friedrich August ALTMANN Lobethal Application 3412

STEICKE, Anna Dorothea farmer Lobethal, died 8/8/1870 dropsy, aged 66. She was the widow of Samuel Steicke formerly farmer Lobethal but now deceased. August Steicke farmer Lobethal 1873 appears to have been a son Application 13016

STEICKE, Traugott farmer near Mannum 1885 Memorial 100/370

No 1

STEIN, Hans Heinrich farmer Bugle Ranges 1856 Memorial 212/97

STEIN, Hans Heinrich farmer Hundred of Strathalbyn 1859 Memorial 235/150

STEIN, Hans Heinrich farmer formerly of the Bugle Ranges 1856 now of near Callington 1865 Application 6031

STEIN, James Esquire Adelaide 1842 Memorial 59/2

No 1

STEIN, Johann Gottlob farmer Sheaoak Log 1857[-1862] Memorial 125/129

STEIN, Johann Gottlob farmer of near Sheaoak Log 1857 of near Freeling 1865 [Is this the same address?] Application 5979

STEIN, Solomon of Adelaide 1888 Memorial 151/392

STEINBÖRNER, August Wilhelm farmer Dutton 1895 Memorial 83/426

STEINBORNER, Daniel Heinrich farmer Dutton 1891 Memorial 120/410

No 1

STEINER, Johann Heinrich sometimes known as Henry Steiner gentleman Adelaide, about to depart the province for a time, power of attorney to George Heinrich Christian MEYER and John Henry LUXMOORE agents Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 3/4/1864 Deposit 64/1884

STEINER, Johann Heinrich gentleman Adelaide sometimes known as Henry Steiner 1884 Memorial 218/356

STEINER, Johann Heinrich gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now in parts beyond the seas 1885 Memorial 29/370

STEINERT, Carl and Wilhelm farmers Tanunda 1855 Memorial 298/93

STEINERT, Gottlieb Wilhelm Adolph farmer Hundred of Neales 1886 Memorial 64/377

STEINERT, Johann Carl and Johann Wilhelm masons Crayford 1856[-1859] Memorial 212/109

No 1

STEINERT, Johann Gottlieb farmer Hundred of Belvidere 1855 Memorial 162/84

No 2

STEINERT, Johann Gottlieb garage proprietor Truro, aged 79 in 1968, declared that he had lived in Truro since he was 16 years old Application 29543

STEINERT, Johann Wilhelm and Johann Carl masons Crayford near Tanunda 1856 Memorial 212/109

STEINLE, Friedrich Gottlieb mason Streaky Bay. Flinders (later Streaky Bay Hundred of Ripon) township allotment land grant 1885 Grant Book 66 Page 187 County Robinson

STEINTHAL, George Frederick out of business Adelaide became a bankrupt in 1881 Memorial 219/338

No 1

STEINTHAL, George Godfrey licensed victualler formerly of Clare but now of the Prince of Wales Hotel Watervale 1856 Memorial 302/104

STEINTHAL, George G clerk of the court Auburn 1858[-1859] Memorial 6/143

STEINTHAL, George Godfrey of Auburn 1860 Application 1245

STEINTHAL, George Godfrey licensed victualler Adelaide 1863 Memorial 18/230

STEINTHAL, George Godfrey clerk to John HATCHETT solicitor Adelaide 1866 Memorial 175/216

STEINTHAL, George Godfrey photographer Adelaide (Rundle St) 1868 Memorial 100/229

STEINTHAL, George Godfrey licensed victualler Adelaide, died c1868. His personal estate to his wife, Henriette Steinthal absolutely. His real estate to go in trust to Heinrich Christian UHLMANN tobacconist Rundle St, Adelaide, and Heinrich Ludwig VOSZ plumber Rundle St, Adelaide, to sell, and invest the proceeds in a trust fund to pay the interest to the testator's wife for life to rear their infant children. After her death, the remaining money in the fund to go to the children of the marriage in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant Enrolment 95/48

STEINWEDEL, August Wilhelm farmer Dalkey Owen township allotment land grant 1879[-1885] Grant Book 27 Page 442 County Gawler

STEINWEDEL, Frederick Gordon clerk Payneham changed his name to Frederick Gordon STONE. Born 1894 at Evandale. Served with the AIF for four years 1920 Memorial 164/479

No 1

STEINWEDEL, Hermann of Adelaide 1865[-1867] Memorial 126/218

No 2

STEINWEDEL, Hermann fuel and fodder merchant Glanville 1924 Application 27231

STEINWEDEL, Julie widow Angas St, Adelaide 1864 Memorial 32/201

STEINWEHR, Louis mercer Adelaide (King William St) changed his name to Lewis STAINER 1914 Memorial 153/471

STELLNER, Wilhelm linked with Section 357 Hundred of Noarlunga 1885 Memorial 37/365

STELZER, Johann August farmer Lobethal 1850[-1854] Memorial 238/32

No 1

STENGERT, Vincent farmer Section 32 Hundred of Moorooroo 1855 Memorial 214/80

STENGERT, Vincent otherwise known as Wientzend farmer near Tanunda 1857 Memorial 143/113

STENGERT, Vincent farmer North Rhine Hundred of Bagot land grant 1877 Grant Book 17 Page 232 County Eyre

No 1

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

STENGERT, Wilhelm of Rhine Villa 1887 Memorial 24/384

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

STENHOUSE, Andrew engineer Semaphore linked with Georgianna Stenhouse, Alice Maria Stenhouse and Rosa Stenhouse spinsters Semaphore 1912 Memorial 147/466

STENING, Henry farmer Kangaroo Island Hundred of Kadina land grant 1882 Grant Book 14 Page 241 County Daly

STENNING, Grace widow Glenelg 1911 Memorial 177/464

STENT, Edmund schoolmaster Woodville 1851 Memorial 87/35

STENT, Edward carter Redruth 1860 Memorial 315/163

STENTIFORD, Thomas gardener Summertown, aged 84 in 1949, declared that he had lived his whole life on the same farm at Summertown Application 28639

STENTIFORD, William farmer Mt Lofty Co Adelaide. Hundred of Maitland land grant 1882 Grant Book 19 Page 106 County Fergusson

STENZEL Johann Friedrich August blacksmith Hahndorf 1862 Application 3671

No 1

STEPHEN, Alexander bootmaker Adelaide 1854[-1856] Memorial 321/77

STEPHEN, Alexander bootmaker formerly of Adelaide but now of Kapunda 1865 Memorial 53/203

STEPHEN, Annie storekeeper 202 The Parade, Norwood 1930 Memorial 9/504

No 1

STEPHEN, John William farmer Hundred of Morgan 1887 Memorial 107/386

No 2

STEPHEN, John William of Jamestown 1887 Memorial 21/386

STEPHEN, JW machinist Jamestown 1890 Memorial 236/400

STEPHEN, Lydia spinster Tickera 1892 Memorial 13/413

STEPHEN, Martin cordial manufacturer Adelaide 1882 Memorial 33/340

STEPHEN, Richard farmer Kensington 1849 Memorial 80/15

STEPHEN, William miner near Moonta 1867 Memorial 159/218

STEPHENS, Albert Henry packer Grayton 1929 Memorial 120/501

No 1

STEPHENS, Annie widow Adelaide 1879[-1891] Memorial 156/316

STEPHENS, Annie widow formerly of East Adelaide but then of North Adelaide, died 27/8/ 1914 Memorial 24/472

STEPHENS, Arthur blacksmith 4 Ormonde Ave, Edwardstown East. Edwardstown East Workmen's Hall Inc trustee 1929 Memorial 33/502

STEPHENS, Arthur Ernest orchardist formerly of Waikerie but now of Goolwa 1955 Memorial 38/530

STEPHENS, Caleb carter East St, Brompton 1888 Application 21428

STEPHENS, Caroline widow Norwood 1866[-1878] Memorial 185/208

STEPHENS, Charles striker Bowden 1869 Memorial 10/237

No 1

STEPHENS, Christopher Wellington wheat and general agent Auburn and Victoria Stephens his wife 1935 Memorial 87/508

STEPHENS, Christopher Wellington wheat and general agent Auburn 1935, and Victoria Stephens his wife Application 27993

No 1

STEPHENS, Daniel farmer Willunga 1853 likely linked with Thomas Stephens storekeeper Willunga Memorial 392/53

STEPHENS, Daniel farmer Willunga 1863 Application 4794

No 2

STEPHENS, Daniel labourer Penaluna Place, Adelaide, died 21/11/1897, of morbus cordis and dropsy, aged 71 Application 24399

No 1

STEPHENS, Edward Esquire Adelaide 1849 Memorial 461/13 Presented Lot 182 Queenstown, to his niece Sophia Stephens, daughter of John Stephens printer Adelaide, ‘out of natural love and affection’. He made a similar presentation of Lot 186 to Catherine Elizabeth HYDE, infant daughter of George Hyde, commander of the barque Competitor, ‘now on her voyage to England’ 1849 Memorial 462/13 Edward Stephens also presented lots 183, 184, 185, to John Stephens’s children, Charles, Rebecca, Eliza and Emma Stephens1849 Memorial 464/13

STEPHENS, Edward formerly of Adelaide, but now on a voyage to England 1851 Memorial 101/32

STEPHENS, Edward Esquire Adelaide 1854 linked with George Stephens mason Adelaide Memorial 24/74

STEPHENS, Edward William Minister of the Gospel Kadina 1862 Memorial 147/304

STEPHENS, Eli farmer Salisbury Hundred of Dublin land grant 1878 Grant Book 26 Page 341 County Gawler

No 1

STEPHENS, Enoch died c1886. His widow, Jane Stephens, died 10/4/1899. Mother of John Llewellyn labourer Maylands and Daniel Llewellyn no description Memorial 67/443 & RPA Search 302

STEPHENS, Jane widow Redruth 1888 relict of Enoch Stephens, died 10/4/1899. Mother of Ruth LEYSON wife of Joseph Leyson mason Beetaloo, Daniel LLEWELLYN of Sturts Meadows NSW and John Llewellyn contractor Terowie Memorial 45/438 & RPA Search 302

STEPHENS, Fidelia widow Adelaide 1863 relict of the late John Stephens formerly printer and publisher Adelaide but now deceased [early 1850s??] Memorial 79/279

No 1

STEPHENS, Francis farmer near Houghton 1851 Memorial 266/35

STEPHENS, Francis [formerly farmer but now] miner Norwood 1851 Memorial 265/35

STEPHENS, Francis miner Norwood 1852 linked with Caroline Stephens widow Norwood 1852 Memorial 66/44

STEPHENS, Francis the Elder m 8/10/1825 St Enoder parish church, Cornwall, England, to Caroline DYER. Francis Stephens the Elder died 6/12/1851 Norwood, intestate. His eldest son, Francis Stephens the Younger, born 29/8/1826 Blue Anchor, St Enoder, Cornwall, England, inherited the estate as heir at law Application 310

STEPHENS, Francis miner Tea Tree Gully and his wife, Caroline Stephens. Francis Stephens accidentally died at Tea Tree Gully c1852 intestate, leaving his eldest son, Francis Dyer Stephens formerly of SA but now of Victoria for some years, as heir at law. Stephen Henry Stephens, the 2nd son, of Francis and Caroline Stephens married Mary Jane TREGEAGLE, daughter of the Stephenses’ neighbour, John Tregeagle gardener Tea Tree Gully. The Francis Stephenses had six children altogether 1882 Application 19409

No 1

STEPHENS, Francis Dyer the Younger miner Bendigo Vic 1857, eldest son and heir at law of the late Francis Stephens the Elder formerly miner Norwood deceased. Caroline Stephens widow Norwood 1857 was FD Stephens' mother. George Anthony Stephens of Bendigo was a witness to a legal document Memorial 32/125

STEPHENS, Francis Dyer formerly farmer Marlborough Vic but now mining manager Uraidla trustee for the will of Caroline Stephens no description, who died 6/5/1882 Memorial 117/344

No 1

STEPHENS, George mason Adelaide 1854 Memorial 24/74

STEPHENS, George farmer near Balhannah 1857 Memorial 202/121

STEPHENS, George formerly mason Adelaide 1854 but now farmer near Balhannah 1857. He died c1877, leaving his estate to his wife, Mary Stephens (widow near Oakbank 1878). Probably a family link with Edward Stephens Esquire Adelaide 1854 Application 16724

No 2

STEPHENS, George tailor Gawler 1857 Application 6517

STEPHENS, George tailor Gawler 1858[-1874] Memorial 193/147

STEPHENS, George tailor Gawler apparently owned the Old Bushman Inn at Gawler 1864 Memorial 303/196

STEPHENS, George tailor and clothier Gawler 1871[-1873] Memorial 105/254

No 3

STEPHENS, George miller North Adelaide 1863 Application 4675

No 4

STEPHENS, George agent Adelaide (Flinders St) and Ann Stephens his wife 1885 Memorial 60/473

STEPHENS, George Edward Carlisle auctioneer Adelaide 1892 Memorial 133/413

STEPHENS, George Matthew miner Burra Mines 1851 Memorial 396/38 Miner Redruth Co Burra 1852 Memorial 49/47

STEPHENS, Harry Cummons of Ardrossan 1886 Memorial 3/378

No 1

STEPHENS, Henry carpenter The Torrens 1849 Memorial 184/14 STEPHENS, Henry accountant The Torrens 1849 Memorial 360/16

No 2 - the Elder and the Younger; perhaps a continuation of No 1

STEPHENS, Henry farmer Mt Charles 1854 Hundred of Waterloo land purchase Memorial 246/67

STEPHENS, Henry farmer formerly of Mt Charles but now of the Hundred of Waterloo 1857 Memorial 304/120

STEPHENS, Henry farmer Hundred of Waterloo 1860 Memorial 186/164

STEPHENS, Henry farmer Tothill Creek 1856 Memorial 10/115

STEPHENS, Henry farmer Springfield near Marrabel on the Dirty Light 1863[-1891] Memorial 69/191

STEPHENS, Henry farmer The Gilbert 1865 Application 6523

STEPHENS, Henry farmer near Marrabel 1889 Application 21715

STEPHENS, Henry the Elder of Steelton/Marrabel?, became a bankrupt by 1892 Memorial 152/412

No 3

STEPHENS, Henry shepherd Pekina Co Dalhousie. Crystal Brook (Hundred of Crystal Brook) township allotment land grant 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 436 County Victoria

No 4

STEPHENS, Henry publican Yankalilla 1884 Memorial 231/359

No 5

STEPHENS, Henry the Younger engine driver Kapunda 1915. He had been in the district since at least 1875 Application 26404

STEPHENS, Henry Joseph Smith builder Adelaide 1845 Memorial 275/46

STEPHENS, Henry Mitchell storekeeper Robe 1866 Memorial 69/213

No 1

STEPHENS, Horace Steele acquired leasehold land in the Hundred of Mongolata Co Burra from John LEWIS 1881 Memorial 243/339

STEPHENS, Horace Steele sheep farmer Mongolata 1885[-1895] Memorial 113/370

STEPHENS, Horace Steele sheep farmer Mongolata linked with John R Stephens of Parkside 1885[-1887] Memorial 71/372

STEPHENS, HS sheepdealer Kooringa 1890 Memorial 62/401

STEPHENS, Horace Steele gentleman Marryatville 1927 Application 27595

No 1

STEPHENS, Hugh farmer Pt Gawler 1855 Memorial 341/93

STEPHENS, Hugh farmer Pt Gawler 1857. Gawler River Primitive Methodist Chapel trustee Memorial 92/515

STEPHENS, Hugh farmer Pt Gawler 1865[-1866] Memorial 227/201

STEPHENS, Hugh farmer Pt Gawler Hundred of Pt Gawler land grant 1865 Grant Book 27 Page 397 County Gawler

STEPHENS, Hugh gentleman Brompton Hundred of Inkerman land grant 1866[-1879] Grant Book 27 Page 146 County Gawler

STEPHENS, Hugh farmer formerly of Pt Gawler, but now of Brompton, about to leave the province for a time, power of attorney to Philip SANTO Esquire MP Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 16/1/1867 Deposit 29/1872

STEPHENS, Hugh farmer formerly of Pt Gawler but now of Brompton 1869 Memorial 243/242

STEPHENS, Hugh gentleman Adelaide Hundred of Dalkey land grant 1878 Grant Book 26 Page 223 County Gawler

No 2

STEPHENS, Hugh gentleman Norwood about to depart the province linked with William Stephens builder Norwood 1879 Memorial 145/313

STEPHENS, James miner Moonta 1871 Memorial 9/256

STEPHENS, James Clinton licensed land broker Adelaide 1912 Memorial 100/466

STEPHENS, James Dawson gardener Glen View near Angaston 1919 Application 26738

No 1

STEPHENS, John Riccardo farmer Kooringa, power of attorney to his wife, Eliza Stephens, to manage his SA business affairs 4/7/1874 Deposit 115/1874

STEPHENS, James Riccardo farmer Mongolata 1890 Memorial 238/402

STEPHENS, James Roy gentleman Wilmington 1886[-1887] Memorial 10/381

STEPHENS, James Tonkin Corporation inspector Pt Adelaide 1892 Application 22340

No 1

STEPHENS, John printer and publisher Adelaide, died c1850. His estate to go into trust to draw an income, from which £500 to go to his widow, Fidelia Stephens, for life or until remarriage, then to the children in equal shares. John Stephens's daughter, Sophia Stephens, died 31/3/1850 Hindley St, Adelaide, of typhus fever, aged 18. Her uncle, Edward Stephens, had settled a lot of land (Allotment 182 facing the New Port Road) in his sub-division of Queenstown upon her in 1849 'out of natural love and affection' Application 15714

No 2

STEPHENS, John gardener Unley near Adelaide 1849 Memorial 26/18

No 3

STEPHENS, John miner Kapunda 1849 Memorial 168/26

No 4

STEPHENS, John labourer Pt Adelaide 1850[-1852] Memorial 124/20

No 5

STEPHENS, John farmer Gawler Plains 1856 Sturton Farm Primitive Methodist Chapel trustee pt Section 4031 Hundred of Munno Para Gawler Plains Memorial 49/103

STEPHENS, John farmer South Para River near Gawler 1862[-1873] Memorial 27/183

No 6

STEPHENS, John butcher Strathalbyn 1860 Application 159

No 7

STEPHENS, John farmer Broughton [later called Redhill]. Hundred of Redhill land grants 1875 Grant Book 14 Page 359 County Daly

STEPHENS, John farmer Broughton (later called Redhill) Co Daly. Hundred of Koolunga land grant 1875 Grant Book 55 Page 181 County Stanley

STEPHENS, John farmer formerly of Broughton but now of Gawler 1875 Memorial 61/283

No 8

STEPHENS, John of Moonta Mines 1877 Memorial 21/308

No 9

STEPHENS, John farmer Kadina. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1881[-1882] Grant Book 14 Page 240 County Daly

No 10

STEPHENS, John carter Stephens St, Norwood 1906 Application 25261

STEPHENS, J letter carrier Pt Augusta 1886 Memorial 77/377

STEPHENS, J Clinton clerk Adelaide 1909 Memorial 43/461

STEPHENS, John Duthie carpenter Norwood 1881 Application 18536

No 1

STEPHENS, John Riccardo carpenter Adelaide 1854[-1857] Memorial 23/78

STEPHENS, John Riccardo formerly carpenter Adelaide 1854 but now schoolmaster Kooringa 1863 Application 3894

STEPHENS, John Riccardo schoolmaster Kooringa. Hundred of Kooringa land grant 1864 Grant Book 8 Page 25 County Burra

No 2

STEPHENS, John Riccardo schoolmaster Kooringa Co Burra. Hundred of Hanson land grant 1866 Grant Book 56 Page 260 County Stanley

STEPHENS, John Riccardo sheep farmer Kooringa 1873 Application 13000

STEPHENS, John Riccardo sheep farmer Kooringa 1874 Memorial 137/276

STEPHENS, John Riccardo sheep farmer Kooringa and Eliza Stephens his wife 1874 Memorial 214/278

STEPHENS, John Riccardo sheep farmer formerly of Kooringa 1874 now of parts beyond the seas 1874 Application 13743

STEPHENS, John Riccardo sheep farmer late of Kooringa but now of Parkside 1886 Application 20890

No 3

STEPHENS, John Riccardo MD Kooringa 1876 Application 14975

STEPHENS, John Riccardo homeopathist Kooringa 1876 Application 15145

STEPHENS, John Riccardo surgeon Kooringa 1876 Memorial 182/300

No 4

STEPHENS, John Riccardo sheepfarmer Mongolata. Hundred of Hallett land grant 1879 Grant Book 8 Page 94 County Burra

STEPHENS, John Riccardo sheepfarmer Kooringa Co Burra. Hundred of Terowie land grant 1880 Grant Book 40 Page 12 County Kimberley

STEPHENS, John R farmer Mongolata 1882 Memorial 243/339

STEPHENS, John Riccardo farmer Mongolata and Mary Jane Stephens his wife 1890[-1897] Memorials 221/402, 227/432

STEPHENS, John Riccardo sheep farmer Mongolata Kooringa 1891 Kooringa Wesleyan Methodist Church trustee Application 28412

STEPHENS, John Simon farmer Yatala in the Barossa District, son of Stephen Stephens farmer Kooringa lately deceased and his wife Elizabeth Stephens nee Stephens 1852 Memorial 353/42

STEPHENS, John Tucker carpenter Adelaide (Queen St) and Sarah Stephens his wife 1868 Memorial 234/240

No 1 - probably the same person

STEPHENS, Matthew yeoman Plympton 1842[-1845] Memorial 314/2

STEPHENS, Matthew farmer Willunga 1854 Memorial 85/72

No 2 - probably the same person

STEPHENS, Matthew blacksmith Noarlunga 1880 Memorial 136/326

STEPHENS, Matthew blacksmith Noarlunga and Mary Ann Stephens his wife 1890[-1891] Memorial 64/404

STEPHENS, Matthew Ernest blacksmith Hyde Park and Emily Mary Stephens his wife 1919 Memorial 190/477

No 1

STEPHENS, Michael miner Kooringa 1859 Memorial 320/148

STEPHENS, Michael farmer Kooringa 1859 Memorial 75/160

STEPHENS, Michael married Amelia TEAGUE on 24/6/840 Stowford, Devon, England. The family emigrated to SA. Michael Stephens miner Kooringa died 17/6/1867 Kooringa intestate, of bronchitis, aged 53. His eldest son, Thomas Stephens, born 13/10/1842, now teacher Wellington New Zealand 1875, inherited his estate as heir at law. Amelia Stephens remarried to John CHAPMAN farmer Ophir Farm near Jamestown. James Stephens of Moonta Mines declared that he was a brother to Michael Stephens Application 14665

No 1

STEPHENS, Richard farmer Kensington 1850 Memorial 133/22

STEPHENS, Richard Member East Torrens Equitable Building & Investment Society 1858 Application 22543

STEPHENS, Richard surveyor East Payneham 1858 Memorial 131/140

STEPHENS, Richard farmer formerly of Kensington 1849 but now of Payneham 1869 Application 10443

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

STEPHENS, Richard and Samuel storekeeper Strathalbyn 1854[-1858] Memorial 193/79

STEPHENS, Richard sheep farmer formerly of Strathalbyn but now of Lake Sunday Yorke Peninsula 1862 Memorial 116/184

No 3

STEPHENS, Richard miner Moonta 1871 Memorial 9/256

No 4

STEPHENS, Richard commercial traveller Adelaide Co Adelaide. Beltana (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 65 Page 3 County Not named

No 5

STEPHENS, Richard farmer Kulpara 1882 Memorial 72/338

STEPHENS, Richard farmer Kulpara. Hundred of Kulpara land grant 1885 Grant Book 14 Page 329 County Daly

No 6

STEPHENS, Richard butcher Mundoora. Hundred of Mundoora land grant 1883 Grant Book 14 Page 265 County Daly

No 7

STEPHENS, Richard agent Snowtown 1887 Memorial 166/386

No 1

STEPHENS, Robert sheep farmer Dutton Troughs Co Burra 1860[-1862] Memorial 168/166

STEPHENS, Robert sheep farmer Buno Creek near Kooringa 1868 Memorial 52/236

No 1

STEPHENS, Samuel cordwainer Unley purchased Section 4022 Hundred of Munno Para and sold his Unley land 1851 Memorial 10/31

STEPHENS, Samuel cordwainer Gawler Plains 1855 Memorial 58/82

STEPHENS, Samuel farmer Gawler Plains 1862 Application 2812

No 2 - possibly a continuation of No 1

STEPHENS, Samuel farmer Salisbury, died 1884. He left his entire estate in trust to his wife, Fanny Stephens, for life, then to his children - Eli, Frederick, Samuel and William Henry Stephens, and Celina Ellen and Lense Stephens absolutely in remainder expectant, in proportion according to the will Memorial 92/360

STEPHENS, Stephen farmer Kooringa 1849 Memorial 477/15

STEPHENS, Stephen Henry labourer Tea Tree Gully 1859 Application 310

No 1

STEPHENS, Thomas storekeeper Black Forest 1852 Memorial 31/41

STEPHENS, Thomas formerly of the Black Forest but now storekeeper ? 1869 Memorial 47/240

STEPHENS, Thomas storekeeper Willunga 1853[-1855] Memorial 358/52 Kingston Wesleyan Methodist chapel trustee 1855 Memorial 395/93

STEPHENS, Thomas of Rapid Bay 1856 Memorial 30/113

STEPHENS, Thomas storekeeper Rapid Bay 1858 Memorial 226/139

STEPHENS, Thomas storekeeper Second Valley 1858 Memorial 223/138

STEPHENS, Thomas storekeeper Strathalbyn 1865 Application 5974

STEPHENS, Thomas storekeeper formerly of Rapid Bay 1858 but now of Strathalbyn 1866 Application 7386

STEPHENS, Thomas storekeeper Strathalbyn 1867[-1874] Memorial 134/219 Strathalbyn Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee 1869 Memorial 186/242

STEPHENS, Thomas storekeeper Strathalbyn trustee Wesleyan Methodist Chapel Queens Own Town Queens Own Town (later Finniss Hundred of Kondoparinga) township allotment land grant 1868 Grant Book 36 Page 472 County Hindmarsh

STEPHENS, Thomas formerly storekeeper Willunga but now out of business Strathalbyn 1893 Memorial 193/416

STEPHENS, Thomas gentleman formerly of Strathalbyn but now of Unley 1884 Memorial 52/363

STEPHENS, Thomas storekeeper Strathalbyn [formerly of Yankalilla?] 1890 Memorial 70/404

STEPHENS, Thomas storekeeper formerly of Finniss Vale but now of Strathalbyn 1897 Application 23478

No 2

STEPHENS, Thomas farmer Adelaide 1853[-1857] Memorial 61/51

STEPHENS, Thomas farmer Meadows Special Survey 1853 Memorial 295/52

No 3

STEPHENS, Thomas miner Allen Creek 1854[-1861] Memorial 180/178

STEPHENS, Thomas farmer Mount View Allen Creek near Kapunda 1869[-1871] Memorial 153/256

STEPHENS, Thomas miner formerly of Allen Creek 1861 but now of Moonta 1875 Application 14416

No 4 – perhaps the same person

STEPHENS, Thomas farmer formerly of Adelaide 1857 but now of Kadina 1863 Application 3976

STEPHENS, Thomas miner Kadina. Moonta (Hundred of Wallaroo) township allotment land grant 1863 Grant Book 14 Page 108 County Daly

No 5

STEPHENS, Thomas farmer near Kapunda 1865 Application 6930

No 6

STEPHENS, Thomas teacher Wellington New Zealand 1875, eldest son and heir at law of the late Michael Stephens miner Kooringa deceased Application 14665

No 7

STEPHENS, Thomas storekeeper Unley 1881 Application 18723

No 1 FIND WITH 7??

STEPHENS, Thomas storekeeper Appila-Yarrowie trustee unnamed Public Cemetery Hundred of Appila land grant 1878 Grant Book 24 Page 495 County Frome

No 1

STEPHENS, Thomas the Younger farmer Yarrowie Hundred of Appila land grant 1881[-1883] Grant Book 24 Page 507 County Frome

No 1

STEPHENS, Thomas Lavers agent Adelaide (Freeman St) executor for the will of the late Margaret FARRELL formerly widow Adelaide (East Tce near Grenfell St) now deceased 1897 Memorial 114/432

STEPHENS, Thomas Lavers land agent Adelaide (Pirie St) 1910 Memorial 74/463

No 1

STEPHENS, William miner Lyndoch Valley 1850[-1852] Memorial 237/42

STEPHENS, William miner Ballarat Vic 1857 He owned land in the Hundred of Barossa Memorial 267/129

STEPHENS, William [formerly miner Ballarat but now] of Newlyn near Creswick Vic 1867 Memorial 5/224

STEPHENS, William formerly miner Lyndoch Valley 1852 but now farmer Newlyn Vic 1870 Application 10636

No 2

STEPHENS, William wheelwright Gawler South 1865 Application 6684

No 3

STEPHENS, William blacksmith Strathalbyn 1865 Application 6002

No 4

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

No 5

STEPHENS, William miner Moonta Mines 1885 Memorial 244/363

No 6

STEPHENS, William gentleman Young St, Parkside 1885 Application 20717

No 7

STEPHENS, William greengrocer Main St, York township on the Port Road Co Adelaide. Hundred of Mundoora land grant 1923 Grant Book 14 Page 290 County Daly

STEPHENS, William Agincourt of Kulpara 1891 Memorial 119/409

STEPHENS, William Anstey landowner Kooringa 1851 Grant Book 0 Page 10 County Unnamed

STEPHENS, William Bonella bookseller and stationer Adelaide 1885 Memorial 8/367

No 1

STEPHENS, William Charles blacksmith Pt Elliot 1916[-1919] Memorial 100/474

STEPHENS, William Charles blacksmith Pt Elliot father of Charles Henry Stephens brickmaker Pt Elliot 1941 Memorial 26/516

STEPHENS, William George gentleman Victoria 1853 Memorial 359/59

No 1

STEPHENSON, Alfred farmer Strathalbyn linked with William Dawson Stephenson gentleman Strathalbyn 1884[-1885] Memorial 102/355

STEPHENSON, Alfred farmer Tatiara. Hundred of Tatiara land grant 1891 Grant Book 7 Page 17 County Buckingham

STEPHENSON, Charles storekeeper Belair 1881 Memorial 51/332

No 1

STEPHENSON, Edwin storekeeper Terowie Terowie (Hundred of Terowie) township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 40 Page 96 County Kimberley

STEPHENSON, Edwin storekeeper Terowie 1885[-1888] Memorial 221/366

STEPHENSON, Edwin storekeeper Terowie Co Kimberley. Cockburn (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1886 Grant Book 65 Page 167 County Not named

STEPHENSON, George William gardener Houghton 1922 Application 27051

STEPHENSON, Henry licensed victualler Adelaide (King William IV Hotel Pt TA 99 Hindmarsh Square) took out a 7-year lease from AS and MS CLARK merchants Adelaide from November 1878. He assigned the remainder of the lease to James HASTIE licensed victualler Adelaide for £834 in 1879 Memorials 195/314, 86/317

No 1

STEPHENSON, JB Wesleyan Minister North Adelaide 1878. Smith St Wesleyan Cemetery trustee Application 16541

STEPHENSON, Jabez Bunting Wesleyan Methodist minister Moonta President of the SA Wesleyan Methodist Conference 1881 Grant Book 14 Page 418 County Daly

STEPHENSON, Jabez Bunting minister of the gospel Adelaide 1881 Grant Book 40 Page 102 County Kimberley

STEPHENSON, Jabez Bunting minister of the gospel Adelaide. President of the SA Wesleyan Methodist Conference 1882 Grant Book 60 Page 325 County Victoria

STEPHENSON, Jabez Bunting of Adelaide book steward Wesleyan Methodist Conference of SA 1883 Memorial 95/354

STEPHENSON, Jabez Bunting minister of the gospel Glenelg. President of the SA Wesleyan Methodist Conference 1895 Grant Book 60 Page 329 County Victoria

No 1

STEPHENSON, James licensed victualler Adelaide (Kalgoorlie Hotel Hindley St) 1911-1912 Memorial 38/467

STEPHENSON, James licensed victualler Adelaide Overway Hotel Hindley St) 1912-1913 Memorial 181/472

No 1

STEPHENSON, James Edward licensed victualler Hackney linked with Anna Cora Stephenson of Hackney 1885 Memorial 82/366

STEPHENSON, James Edward licensed victualler Hackney, about to leave the province and reside elsewhere, power of attorney to his wife, Anna Cora Stephenson, to sell his SA real estate and wind up his SA business affairs 6/5/1885 Deposit 66/1885

No 1

STEPHENSON, Richard farmer Balaklava 1883 Memorial 29/347

STEPHENSON, Richard farmer SAINT's Station [near Balaklava??] 1885 Memorial 106/364

STEPHENSON, Richard Rodford hawker Stirling [North?] or of Stirling [North] near Hawker?? 1862 Memorial 76/181

No 1

STEPHENSON, Robert gentleman Adelaide 1849[-1853] Memorial 101/13

STEPHENSON, Robert surveyor Adelaide 1850[-1854] Memorial 412/20

STEPHENSON, Robert surveyor Norwood 1859 Application 655

STEPHENSON, Robert surveyor Adelaide/Norwood, died before 1861. Husband of Anne Taunton Stephenson of Norwood and son of George James Stephenson gentleman Plymouth, Devon, England Memorial 173/182

No 2

STEPHENSON, Robert engineer Unley linked with John Stephenson sales manager 80 Mary St, Unley 1935 Application 27970

No 1

STEPHENSON, Thomas captain of the merchant barque Psyche 1842 He bought sections of land in Survey B Memorial 42/2

STEPHENSON, Thomas Esquire Adelaide 1856 Deposit 247/1857

STEPHENSON, Thomas Esquire Adelaide 1857 Memorial 199/120

STEPHENSON, Thomas Esquire Adelaide, about to visit other parts of Australia and go to England, power of attorney to Richard HICKS gentleman Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 11/12/1858 Deposit 115/1860

STEPHENSON, Thomas Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now in parts beyond the seas 1860 Memorial 112/165

STEPHENSON, Thomas Esquire Adelaide 1861 Memorial 29/177

STEPHENSON, Thomas gentleman Adelaide 1863 Application 4345

STEPHENSON, Thomas gentleman Adelaide Co Adelaide. Moonta (Hundred of Wallaroo) township allotment land grant 1864 Grant Book 14 Page 101 County Daly

STEPHENSON, Thomas gentleman Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of Dublin land grant 1864 Grant Book 26 Page 332 County Gawler

STEPHENSON, Thomas gentleman late of Walkerville and now on a voyage to England Hundred of Dublin land grant 1866 Grant Book 26 Page 335 County Gawler

STEPHENSON, Thomas gentleman formerly of Walkerville but then resident in England Hundred of Dublin land grant 1866 Grant Book 26 Page 336 County Gawler

STEPHENSON, Thomas gentleman formerly of Walkerville but then resident in England 1867 Grant Book 14 Page 331 County Daly

STEPHENSON, Thomas Esquire formerly of Adelaide 1856 but now of Littlehampton 1872 Application 11851

STEPHENSON, Thomas formerly captain of the merchant barque Psyche 1842 but now gentleman Littlehampton 1873 Application 12840

STEPHENSON, Thomas master mariner of parts beyond the seas 1877 Application 15925

No 2

STEPHENSON, Thomas of Bendigo Vic and Isabella Stephenson his wife 1869 Application 9859

No 1 - perhaps the Elder and the Younger

STEPHENSON, Thomas Henry storekeeper Mt Barker 1859[-1879] Memorial 169/155

STEPHENSON, Thomas Henry storekeeper 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

STEPHENSON, Thomas Henry storekeeper Mt Barker 1874[-1877] Memorial 245/272, Application 15740

STEPHENSON, Thomas Henry storekeeper Waterloo 1869[-1874] Memorial 222/237

STEPHENSON, Thomas Henry storekeeper Waterloo 1881 Application 18656

No 1

STEPHENSON, William the Elder 24 labourer married Mary PENNA 24 on 8/9/1847 Holy Trinity North Tce Adelaide Witnesses: William and Rebecca WINCH. William Stephenson farmer Wattle Farm Kersbrook, died 2/7/1861 William Stephenson the Younger born 3/12/1851 Houghton, but then farmer Kersbrook, inherited his estate as heir at law Application 17134

STEPHENSON, William sawyer Houghton 1851[-1858] Memorial 11/35

No 2

STEPHENSON, William farmer District of Para Wirra 1855 Memorial 168/85

STEPHENSON, William farmer Hundred of Para Wirra 1859 Memorial 319/155

No 3

STEPHENSON, William formerly of Pt Adelaide but now of Montpelier Square, Portland Estate 1926 Application 27459

No 1

STEPHENSON, William Dawson storekeeper Kent township [at/near] Langhorne Creek 1855 Memorial 428/87 Kent township laid out on Section 3551 Hundred of Strathalbyn. Perhaps Friend CLEGGETT farmer Mt Barker was the sub-divider?? 1855 Memorial 432/87

STEPHENSON, William Dawson storekeeper Langhorne Bridge 1856 Memorial 306/112

STEPHENSON, William Dawson general storekeeper Kent on the Bremer 1857[-1858] Memorial 11/129 Trustee Langhorne Creek District School 1858 Memorial 59/152

STEPHENSON, William Dawson stockholder Kent township. Langhorne Bridge. Hundred of Freeling land grant 1864 Grant Book 58 Page 10 County Sturt

STEPHENSON, William Dawson storekeeper Langhorne Creek 1865[-1875] Memorial 4/208, Application 14536

STEPHENSON, William Dawson storekeeper Langhorne Creek Co Hindmarsh. Hundred of Freeling land grant 1867 Grant Book 58 Page 12 County Sturt

STEPHENSON, WD of Langhorne Creek clerk to the Bremer District Council 1876 Memorial 71/288

STEPHENSON, William Dawson gentleman Strathalbyn 1882 He was an executor for the John WYLIE Estate Application 19042

STEPHENSON, William Dawson of Strathalbyn 1891 Memorial 241/407

STEPHENSON, WD Secretary to the Strathalbyn Agricultural Society Strathalbyn 1894 Application 22643

STEPHENSON, William Dawson gentleman 5th Ave, East Adelaide, died 16/2/1898, of morbus cordis, aged 63 Application 24403

STEPHENSON, William Robinson Primitive Methodist minister Nairne. Trustee Primitive Methodist Chapel Mt Barker 1884[-1885] Application 20405

STEPHINS, John plasterer Pt Adelaide 1851 Memorial 285/38

STEPPENS, Richard sheep farmer Yorke Peninsula, died 19/9/1875. Excellent list of household furniture and articles listed in his will. Mary Jane Steppes mentioned but not described 1883 Memorial 45/354

STERN, August Hermann Joachim bricklayer Adelaide 1849[-1851] Memorial 354/14

STERN, Solomon miner Coxcomb Silver Mine 1888 Memorial 63/391

STEUART, Ivan Edgar Stuart dairyman Findon 1906 Memorial 105/455

STEVEN, EM of Stirling West 1895 Memorial 12/425

No 1

STEVEN, Walter Edward medical practitioner Kooringa 1923[-1928] Memorial 199/487

STEVEN, Dorothy Gladys married woman Kooringa 1933[-1947] Application 27904, Memorial 32/514

STEVENS, Agnes widow Gawler Plains 1860 Application 1108

STEVENS, Alexander Thomas tradesman's assistant 62 Wheadon St, Osborne 1952[-1954] Memorial 34/528

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

STEVENS, Alfred yeoman Armagh 1863 Memorial 236/190

STEVENS, Alfred labourer Armagh near Clare 1885[-1902] Memorial 39/373

STEVENS, Alfred the Elder labourer Armagh 1886[-1905], died 28/1/1905 a widower. His wife, Ann Stevens, had already died. Parents of James Patrick Stevens storeman West Adelaide and Alfred Stevens [formerly the Younger] chargeman Torrensville by 1914 Memorial 127/470

STEVENS, Alfred [formerly the Younger] labourer Armagh near Clare 1915 Application 26419

STEVENS, Alfred [formerly the Younger] chargeman Torrensville linked with James Patrick Stevens storeman West Adelaide 1919[-1922] Memorial 133/478

No 2 – perhaps the same person

STEVENS, Alfred teamster Narracoorte 1869 Application 10328

STEVENS, Alfred farmer Benyeo Hundred of Joyce land grant 1882 Grant Book 51 Page 8 County Robe

STEVENS, Alfred contractor Hundred of Robertson Hundred of Robertson land grant 1899 Grant Book 50 Page 177 County Robe

No 3

STEVENS, Alfred farmer Prospect Hill near Meadows 1886[-1889] Memorial 204/379

No 4

STEVENS, Alfred supervisor of the Eastern Extension Telegraph Co formerly of 1 Angas St, Kent Town, but now of 456 St Kilda Road, Melbourne Vic, and Marjorie Josephine Stevens his wife 1921 Memorial 99/484

STEVENS, Alfred James farmer Weetulta. Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1907 Grant Book 14 Page 279 County Daly

STEVENS, Alfred Joseph labourer Islington 1884 Memorial 110/363

STEVENS, Amy widow Walkerville 1884 had arrived in SA before 1842 Application 20177

STEVENS, Bernard Emerson, Leslie George Stevens (his son) and Julian Charles Stevens (brother to BE Stevens) farmers Angle Vale 1943. BE Stevens said that he was 55 in 1943 and had lived in Angle Vale since 1903. Son of Charles John Stevens Application 28349

No 1

STEVENS, Charles baker Adelaide (Currie St) 1840 Carpenter Adelaide (Currie St) 1841. He could not write Application 1614

No 2

STEVENS, Charles farmer Macclesfield Hundred of Macclesfield land grant 1861 Grant Book 36 Page 356 County Hindmarsh

STEVENS, Charles farmer Green Hills near Macclesfield 1864 Application 5194

STEVENS, Charles Anthony farmer Kenton Valley 1936 Application 28002

No 1

STEVENS, Charles Bennett and STEVENS, William Paul farmers Munno Para 1863 Application 3878

STEVENS, Charles Bennett farmer Peachey Belt 1875[-1876] Memorial 95/285

STEVENS, Charles Bennett farmer Hoyles Plains, became a bankrupt in 1880. Linked with William Paul Stevens farmer Kangaroo Flat Memorial 191/329

STEVENS, Charles Bennett farmer Penfield 1886 Application 20979

No 1

STEVENS, Charles Edward teamster One Tree Hill in the Sources of the Little Para 1923[-1934] Memorial 157/489, Application 28645

STEVENS, Charles Edward farmer One Tree Hill in the Sources of the Little Para 1947 Memorial 149/521

No 1

STEVENS, CJ of Adelaide 1841 Memorial 257/5

STEVENS, Charles James of Adelaide 1844 Memorial 74/46

STEVENS, Charles James warehouseman Adelaide (Rundle St) 1845[-1846] Memorial 349/4

STEVENS, Caroline widow Adelaide purchased land at Enfield [later married William TURVEY] 1847 Memorial 161/27

STEVENS, David wheelwright Adelaide 1855[-1858] Memorial 52/81

STEVENS, Edgar Albert Herbert clerk Gawler 1886 Application 21063

No 1

STEVENS, Edgar Loveday solicitor Da Costa Ave, Prospect 1920 Application 26940

STEVENS, Edgar Loveday solicitor Adelaide 1922, a member of the firm of DEMPSTER & Dempster solicitors Pt Adelaide. The late GW Dempster, who died 1918, used to be a partner in the firm. Between January 1903-1918, Alexander MCDOUGALL was his law clerk. EL STEVENS lived at Da Costa Ave, Prospect, in 1923 Applications 27071/27072

STEVENS, Edward farmer Willunga, died 1/11/1914 East Adelaide. Estate to go equally to Amelia Stevens of Perth WA, the issue of the late Sarah Stevens now deceased Sixth Ave, East Adelaide, and George Stevens Esquire London, England. Rose Stevens the only child of the late Amelia Stevens; also Ida Frances Stevens, Gordon Archer Stevens, Charles Victor Stevens, Ella Barbara Stevens and Reginald Horace Stevens, the children of the late Sarah Stevens. Estate worth £3,500 Memorial 10/474

STEVENS, Edward William Clifton apiarist Littlehampton 1934 Memorial 155/507

No 1

STEVENS, Enoch water carrier Redruth 1865 Memorial 263/200

STEVENS, Enoch labourer Redruth, died c1886. His wife, Jane Stevens, inherited his estate Memorial 234/386

STEVENS, Francis miner Norwood 1850 Memorial 227/26

STEVENS, Frederick accountant Adelaide 1903[-1909] Memorial 133/450

STEVENS, Frederick Charles butcher Summertown 1902 Memorial 178/445

No 1

STEVENS, George carpenter Kooringa 1851 Memorial 37/109

No 2

STEVENS, George gentleman Sevenhill and his wife, Honora Theresa Stevens nee RYAN 1868. Mrs Stevens died 17/4/1875 at sea (no details), probably while the family was returning to Ireland. A son, Thomas George Stevens, born 2/7/1868 Sevenhill. TG Stevens lived in Terenure, Co Dublin, Ireland in 1889 Application 21692

No 3

STEVENS, George gentleman Mitcham 1870 Memorial 54/246

No 3 - perhaps the same person

STEVENS, George farmer Stockport on the Gilbert 1877 Memorial 135/298

STEVENS, George miller Balaklava 1882 [originally from Tea Tree Gully] Memorial 151/345

No 3

STEVENS, George farmer Bald Hills near Yankalilla 1892 Application 22251

No 4

STEVENS, George railway labourer Melton. Melton (Hundred of Kulpara) township allotment land grant 1893[-1898] Grant Book 14 Page 481 County Daly

No 1

STEVENS, George Edward Carlisle formerly of HM Customs Pt Adelaide but now auctioneer Adelaide 1881 Memorial 5/336

STEVENS, George Edward Carlisle auctioneer Adelaide 1882[-1888] Memorial 10/341, Application 21395

STEVENS, GEC a member of the board of the SA Cooperative Society Ltd of Hindley St, Adelaide 1889 Memorial 114/397

STEVENS, George Escott labourer Kapunda 1909[-1915] Memorial 78/461, Application 26439

STEVENS, GH miller Angaston 1889 Memorial 46/397

STEVENS, George James farmer Snowtown 1897 Memorial 195/430

STEVENS, George JM clerk to PMcM GLYNN solicitor Adelaide 1896 Memorial 232/428

No 1

STEVENS, George Matthew farmer Adelaide. Hundred of Kapunda land grant 1855 Memorial 299/131

STEVENS, George Matthew farmer formerly of Adelaide but now of Kapunda 1861 Memorial 423/179

STEVENS, Hector Welfrey painter 72 Osmond Tce, Norwood 1953 Application 28930

No 1

STEVENS, Henry farmer Hundred of Waterloo 1856 Memorial 132/120

No 2

STEVENS, Henry stonemason Stirling [Mt Barker Road] 1860 Memorial 77/162

No 3

STEVENS, Henry baker Adelaide (Angas St) 1885 Memorial 147/366

No 4

STEVENS, Henry farmer Snowtown. Hundred of Barunga land grant 1882 Grant Book 14 Page 471 County Daly

STEVENS, Henry farmer Bald Hill perhaps in the Hundred of Barunga 1883 Grant Book 14 Page 473 County Daly

STEVENS, Henry farmer Snowtown 1885 Memorial 221/369

STEVENS, Hugh of The Parade, Norwood 1880 Application 18208

STEVENS, HW shop assistant Broken Hill NSW 1912 Memorial 91

No 1 - probably the same person

STEVENS, James 7-year lease at 1/6 a week of land near the Traveller's Rest Inn The Hummocks 1871 Memorial 48/270

STEVENS, James the Elder labourer Kulpara 1882[-1884] Memorial 152/343

No 2

STEVENS, James the Younger blacksmith Maitland Hundred of Maitland land grant 1875 Grant Book 19 Page 100 County Fergusson

No 3

STEVENS, James confectioner Adelaide (Pt TA 78 Hindley St, between RH Crawford and Ellis Edwards) and Jane Stevens his wife 1886 Memorial 104/377

No 4

STEVENS, James engine driver West Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1911 Grant Book 13 Page 211 County Dalhousie

No 1

STEVENS, James Andrew labourer Islington 1858[-1878] Memorial 158/136

STEVENS, James Andrew labourer and his wife, Elizabeth Stevens, went to live in Islington in 1840. James Stevens died 25/6/1891. Elizabeth Stevens died 20/4/1897. Family - Hannah Stevens (died before 1891 a spinster and intestate), Mary Ann Stevens (married a Mr CASELEY), William Andrew Stevens (died 8/1/1911 intestate leaving a widow, Rachel Stevens, and children), Alfred Joseph Stevens labourer (died before 1891 a bachelor and intestate), Rachel Stevens, Sarah Jane Stevens (married a Mr SKINNER. She died 23/7/1922) and Elizabeth Stevens spinster Islington. Another son, James Stevens, not appearing in this list died 25/9/1825 a bachelor and intestate Application 27434

STEVENS, James Patrick storeman West Adelaide linked with Maurice Casey Stevens fitter Ebor Ave, Mile End 1931 Memorial 105/504

No 1

STEVENS, Jane widow Kapunda 1858 linked with Catherine and John Stevens of Kapunda Memorial 261/139

STEVENS, Jane widow Kapunda 1866 Memorial 176/210

No 1

STEVENS, Jesse farmer Bute trustee unnamed Chapel and School 1886 Grant Book 15 Page 2 County Daly

STEVENS, Jesse no description and Mark Stevens of Bute linked with Section 197 Hundred of Wiltunga Co Daly 1890 Memorial 96/405

STEVENS, Jesse farmer Alford 1901 Memorial 146/444

STEVENS, Jesse farmer Tickera. Hundred of Tickera land grant 1906 Grant Book 14 Page 220 County Daly

No 1

STEVENS, John, Samuel Livesley PHILLIPS and John Wild DE HORNE shipping agents and co-partners in trade Pt Adelaide 1842[-1843] Memorial 241/293

No 2

STEVENS, John miller Adelaide 1847[-1854]. Lease of the Company’s Mill near Adelaide at £285 a year for 7 years from June 1850 Memorial 118/24

STEVENS, John miller Hackney 1851 Memorial 172/36

STEVENS, John Esquire the Company's Mill near Adelaide 1853[-1854] Memorial 188/57

No 3

STEVENS, John gardener Unley 1848[-1849] Memorial 153/10 STEVENS, John gardener Unley linked with Samuel Stevens shoemaker Unley 1851 Memorial 10/31

STEVENS, John gardener Lower Mitcham 1852 Memorial 6/39

STEVENS, John gardener formerly of Lower Mitcham but now of Unley 1853[-1854] Memorial 262/46

STEVENS, John farmer formerly of Unley but now of Munno Para 1854[-1855] Memorial 89/76

STEVENS, John farmer Munno Para 1854 Memorial 464/62

STEVENS, John gardener Peachey Belt 1854 Memorial 88/76

STEVENS, John farmer Peachey Belt 1855 Memorial 142/88

STEVENS, John gardener pt Section 3040 Munno Para West, died c1856. He left his 60 acre homestead farm and the house in trust to his wife, for life, then to his two sons equally absolutely. His wife also to have the rent money from the 100 acres of land (Section 3048 [80 acres] and pt Section 3040 [20 acres]) leased to John RIDLEY until the eldest Stevens boy turned 21 when he and his brother inherited this land and had to pay their mother £30 a year for life. The wife also to have a life interest in Section 3263 Hundred of Munno Para East, then the land to be sold and the 3 Stevens girls (including Ann Stevens by John Stevens' first wife) to share equally in the proceeds. Memorial 479/96

STEVENS, John farmer Munno Para West had a daughter, Ann Stevens, by his unnamed first wife. By his second wife, Ann Stevens, he had two sons and two daughters by 1857. Mrs Stevens still lived on the farm at Munno Para West in 1881. John Stevens could not write. The two sons were Charles Bennett Stevens farmer Hoyles Plains (who became a bankrupt in December 1880) and William Paul Stevens farmer Kangaroo Flat Memorials 190 & 191/329, 26/330

STEVENS, John gardener Munno Para West (Peachey Belt), died c1856. His two eldest sons, William Paul Stevens and Charles Bennett Stevens, to get Section 3048 Hundred of Munno Para, when the eldest son turned 21, provided they pay their mother, Ann Stevens, £30 a year for the rest of her life. The boys also to get the homestead and garden on Section 3040 once their mother had died, which terminated her life interest in that property. The boys had to sell Section 3263 Munno Para East after their father died, and invest the money until the youngest of his three daughter had turned 18. One daughter, Ann Stevens, came from a former wife. Did the two sons come from the former wife as well? Appears likely. John Stevens the Elder could not write. A confusing will, as the children were not all named. Ann Stevens, widow of John Stevens, died 5/9/1884 decay of nature and 5 days’ general oedema, at Kangaroo Flat, aged 75 Application 20979

STEVENS, Ann widow Peachey Belt 1856 Relict of the late John Stevens formerly gardener Unley deceased Memorial 194/112

STEVENS, Ann widow Peachey Belt 1856, relict of the late John Stevens formerly gardener Unley but now deceased, declared that she and her husband had married c1839 Application 20420

STEVENS, Anne widow Munno Para West relict of the late John Stevens formerly gardener Munno Para West now deceased and Charles Bennet Stevens and William Paul Stevens farmers of the same place 1863 Memorial 187/189

STEVENS, Anne widow Munno Para, relict of the late John Stevens 1863 Application 3987

No 4 - Appears to be a continuation of No 3 (Did John Stevens mine at One Tree Hill at the same time as he was a gardener at Mitcham and Unley?)

STEVENS, John miner One Tree Hill 1852 Enrolment 56/42

STEVENS, John miner One Tree Hill Section 3263 Hundred of Munno Para 1854 Memorial 224/68

No 5

STEVENS, John shoemaker One Tree Hill 1873 Memorial 56/270

No 6

STEVENS, John and STEVENS, George the Younger of Tea Tree Gully 1855. By 1883, George Stevens was a miller at Balaklava Application 19530

No 7

STEVENS, John butcher and stockholder Redruth 1852[-1853] Memorial 139/42

STEVENS, John landholder Kooringa 1854 Memorial 223/62

STEVENS, John butcher Swansea Vale near Redruth 1858[-1859] Memorial 42/135

No 8

STEVENS, John miner Allen Creek 1853 Memorial 342/57

No 9

STEVENS, John labourer Adelaide (Gilbert St) 1883 Memorial 240/346

No 10

STEVENS, John farmer Daveyston 1898 Memorial 13/436

STEVENS John Livesley labourer Hackney 1880. Son of John Stevens, now deceased [formerly miller Hackney] Application 17732

No 1

STEVENS, Joseph farmer Reedbeds near Pt Adelaide 1854[-1858] Memorial 62/66

No 2

STEVENS, Joseph butcher New Tiers near Mt Lofty 1870 Memorial 34/248

No 1

STEVENS, Julian Charles farmer Angle Vale 1920. Gawler River Methodist Church trustee Memorial 93/515

STEVENS, Julian Charles farmer Angle Vale 1931 Application 27836

STEVENS, Leslie George farmer Angle Vale and Inez Beryl Stevens his wife 1942 Application 28312

STEVENS, Mark of Bute 1890[-1900] Memorial 96/405

No 1

STEVENS, Nicholas farmer Port Road near Adelaide 1853[-1857] Memorial 30/114

STEVENS, Nicholas out of business York on the Port Road near Adelaide, aged 86 in 1891. He had lived in the district since c1840 Application 22071

STEVENS, Raymund Laurence railway employe 11 Forest St, Glandore 1955 Memorial 52/530

STEVENS, Reuben William financial agent Adelaide 1899 Memorial 149/438

No 1

STEVENS, Richard gentleman Kensington 1849[-1851] Memorial 482/17

No 2

STEVENS, Richard farmer The Light 1865 Application 5912

No 1

STEVENS, Robert farmer Adelaide 1850 Memorial 348/20

STEVENS, Robert farmer [formerly of Adelaide but now of] Dry Creek 1851 Memorial 211/36

STEVENS, Robert gardener Unley 1853 Memorial 138/51

STEVENS, Robert labourer Unley 1857 Memorial 178/128

No 2

STEVENS, Robert of Kooringa 1860 Application 1457

STEVENS, Robert sheep farmer formerly of Dutton Troughs Co Burra 1860 now of Kooringa 1864 Application 5685

STEVENS, Robert sheep farmer formerly of Dutton Troughs Co Burra 1862 now of Princess Royal near Kooringa 1865 Application 6080

STEVENS, Robert sheepfarmer Burra Creek. Hundred of Kooringa land grant 1864[-1865] Grant Book 8 Page 13 County Burra.

STEVENS, Robert sheepfarmer Princess Royal near Kooringa. Hundred of Apoinga land grant 1867 Grant Book 8 Page 41 County Burra

STEVENS, Robert Oliver labourer Willunga 1918[-1924] Memorial 67/477

STEVENS, Robert Symonds landowner Adelaide 1850 Memorial 134/19

STEVENS, Samuel carpenter Bowden 1850[-1853] Memorial 354/24

STEVENS, Stephen carpenter Yankalilla 1860 Application 1694

STEVENS, Susanna Matilda spinster The Meadows 1894 Memorial 208/422

STEVENS, W labourer Morphett Vale 1916 Application 26487

STEVENS, Walter farmer Narridy Hundred of Pinda land grant 1882 Grant Book 24 Page 590 County Frome

STEVENS, Walter John and Charles Stuart Stanley Stevens both of Neville Road, Thebarton 1918 Memorial 20/477

STEVENS, Wilfred Milton biscuit maker 70 Osmond Tce, Norwood 1953 Application 28930

No 1

STEVENS, William grocer Adelaide 1851[-1856] Memorial 279/33

No 2

STEVENS, William patternmaker Adelaide 1860 Application 1250

No 3 – mixture of the Elder and the Younger

STEVENS, William farmer Yankalilla 1861 Application 2438

STEVENS, William farmer Yankalilla Co Hindmarsh. Hundred of Cameron land grant 1879 Grant Book 14 Page 439 County Daly

STEVENS, William the Elder farmer Lochiel. Hundred of Cameron land grant 1886 Grant Book 14 Page 445 County Daly

STEVENS, William the Younger farmer Lochiel 1896 Grant Book 15 Page 31 County Daly

No 4

STEVENS, William draughtsman Adelaide 5-year lease of pt Section 221 Survey B the former Park Gate Inn on the corner of the South Park Lands and Goodwood Road 1866 Memorial 76/214

No 5

STEVENS, William Railway Department Goodwood 1879 Application 17216

No 6

STEVENS, William carpenter Austral Place, off Harris St, Norwood. Norwood Methodist Church trustee 1912 Memorial 40/467

No 1

STEVENS, William Agincourt of Kulpara 1891 Memorial 119/409

STEVENS, William Agincourt farmer Kulpara 1902 Grant Book 14 Page 296 County Daly

No 1

STEVENS, William Anstey boarding house keeper Aberdeen 1846 Of parts beyond the sea 1874 Application 14137

STEVENS, William Anstey carter Kooringa 1850[-1851] Memorial 280/24

STEVENS, William Anstey landowner Kooringa 1851 Memorial 425/97

STEVENS, William Anstey formerly landowner Kooringa but now gentleman Muckaford Forest Creek Vic 1856[-1857] Memorial 14/98 Farmer North Muckaford Vic 1857 Memorial 151/114

STEVENS, William Anstey formerly boarding house keeper Aberdeen 1846 now farmer of parts beyond the sea 1875 Application 14137

No 1

STEVENS, William Stockford carpenter Walkerville 1850 Memorial 88/21

STEVENS, William Stockford carpenter Fuller St, Walkerville and his wife, Amy Stevens [nee ACHURST], arrived in SA during 1841. Shortly after their arrival, Mrs Stevens received money which her father had left her in his will. The Stevenses bought a block of land with the money, which William Stevens took out in his own name. When William Stevens began to drink heavily and threatened to sell the property, his wife destroyed the deeds to prevent this from happening. Their daughter, Elizabeth Stevens spinster Fuller St, Walkerville, gave this above information. She was born in the house on 15/9/1857 and looked after her mother until she died 5/6/1904. William Stevens had died 9/3/1862 intestate. His eldest son, Samuel William Achurst Stevens, was born 25/3/1843 and died 4/6/1879 unmarried and intestate. By 1911, besides Elizabeth Stevens, her 2nd brother Edward John Stevens butcher Rundle St East, and her eldest sister, Mary Ann BARKER wife of Alfred Norman Barker farmer Peachey Belt, and her youngest sister Amy Elizabeth SCOTT widow Prospect, were still alive Application 25932

No 1

STEVENSON, Charles Edward merchant Adelaide about to marry Elizabeth HAIGH widow Pt Lincoln relict of the late John Frederick Haigh and daughter of the late John TENNANT 1870 Memorial 103/245

STEVENSON, Elizabeth widow Pt Lincoln formerly Elizabeth HAIGH relict of the late John Frederick Haigh no description but now relict of the late Charles Edward Stevenson formerly gentleman Adelaide now deceased 1890 Memorial 113/401

STEVENSON, Frank C of Adelaide 1865 Memorial 117/206

STEVENSON, Gavin Morton tailor Angaston 1888 Application 21473

No 1

STEVENSON, George Esquire North Adelaide 1842[-1856] Memorial 281/1

STEVENSON, Margaret widow Kensington 1860 Memorial 128/169

No 2

STEVENSON, George clerk to Messrs FENN and BRIND solicitors Adelaide 1860 Memorial 47/166

STEVENSON, George clerk to Messrs ANDREWS & BONNIN solicitors Adelaide 1862 Memorial 190/181

STEVENSON, George the Younger clerk to William BAKEWELL solicitor Adelaide 1863 Application 23030

STEVENSON, George clerk to William BARTLEY solicitor Adelaide 1864 Memorial 134/197

STEVENSON, George solicitor Adelaide 1868 Memorial 168/234

STEVENSON, George solicitor Adelaide Adelaide Permanent Land and Building Association trustee 1875 Application 14212

No 3 - perhaps to be identified with the previous entry

STEVENSON, George John William of Adelaide. Son of George Stevenson Esquire Adelaide 1842 Memorial 225/25

STEVENSON, George John William SA Attorney-General Adelaide 1873 Application 12868

STEVENSON, George John William solicitor formerly of Adelaide but now of Sydney NSW 1876 Memorial 148/290

STEVENSON, James teacher Riverton 1871[-1875] Memorial 180/252

STEVENSON, Joseph builder New Thebarton 1880 Memorial 116/322

STEVENSON, Lizzie spinster Pt Lincoln 1903 Memorial 221/448

STEVENSON, Richard baker Coromandel Valley 1880[-1880] Application 18084, Memorial 201/340

No 1

STEVENSON, Walter Hunter and William Morton Stevenson jewellers Adelaide trading under the style or firm of Stevenson Bros 1883 Memorial 162/351

STEVENSON, Walter Hunter jeweller Fitzroy 1900 Memorial 167/441

TEVENSON, Walter Hunter grazier Adelaide 1912[-1917] Memorial 11/467

No 1

STEVENSON, William storeman Adelaide 1876 Memorial 77/287

STEVENSON, William storeman Messrs FOWLER's Adelaide (King William St) 1876 Applications 15496 & 15497

STEWARD, George Frederick farmer Muloowurtie 1888 Memorial 186/389

STEWARD, Joseph police officer North Adelaide 1851[-1863] Memorial 174/34

STEWARD, William cab driver now of Adelaide 1871 Application 11793

No 1

STEWART, Alexander sheep farmer Mosquito Plains 1850 Memorial 437/21

No 2

STEWART, Alexander blacksmith Adelaide (Pulteney St) 1853 Memorial 138/55

STEWART, Alexander coachmaker Adelaide (Pulteney St) 1853[-1858] Memorial 292/58

STEWART, Alexander wheelwright Adelaide 1854 Memorial 27/78

No 3

STEWART, Alexander the eldest son and heir at law of the late James Stewart formerly blacksmith Penfield deceased 1859 Memorial 81/155

No 4

STEWART, Alexander sheepfarmer Morphett Vale Hundred of Townsend land grant 1859 Grant Book 50 Page 9 County Robe

STEWART, Alexander stockholder Morphett Vale 1862[-1865] Memorial 331/188

STEWART, Alexander 63 stockholder Morphett Vale (Father: James Stewart) married Jean HAY 37 licensed victualler Reynella (Father: William GALBRAITH) on 1/7/1863 Crown Inn, Reynella, by the Rev’d James BENNY. Witnesses - James Stewart gentleman Morphett Vale and Margaret Harriot of Noarlunga. Application 7928

STEWART, Alexander gentleman Morphett Vale and Jane Galbraith Stewart formerly HAY his wife 1868 Application 9129

STEWART, Alexander Esquire Morphett Vale and Jane Stewart his wife 1863[-1879] Memorial 16/191

STEWART, Alexander grazier Morphett Vale and Jane Stewart his wife 1866 Application 7928

STEWART, Alexander Esquire Morphett Vale 1870[-1881] Memorial 1/258

STEWART, Alexander gentleman Morphett Vale, and Jane Galbraith Stewart his wife 1877, formerly Jane Galbraith HAY widow of the late Robert Hay formerly licensed victualler Reynella 1856 Application 16391

STEWART, Alexander Esquire Woodlands Morphett Vale, died 15/1/1883. Trustees - his wife, Jane Stewart, his brother, Charles Stewart gentleman Payneham and his friend, James CLARK miller Noarlunga 1883 Memorials 230/348 & 89/354

STEWART, Alexander stockholder Woodlands, died 15/1/1883, of heart disease and debility, aged 83. Informant James BENNY Minister of the Gospel Morphett Vale Application 22836

STEWART, Alexander gentleman Woodlands Morphett Vale, died 15/1/1883. His widow, Jane Stewart, died 2/3/1884. Legacies to Reginald Stewart, born 7/10/1871, son of James Stewart stockholder Hackham House, Morphett Vale, and his wife, Eliza Stewart nee WAITE [Was Hackham House on Section 25 Hundred of Noarlunga, and the home of Edward CASTLE, the founder of the Hackham Estate?] Other members of the Stewart family included Charlotte Maud Stewart, aslo Elizabeth Stewart spinster Prospect Road, Prospect, and Mary Ann Stewart widow Payneham 1897 Application 23323

No 5

STEWART, Alexander licensed victualler Aberdeen, leased the White Hart Hotel Aberdeen for 7 years from John Stevens REED gentleman Lostwithiel 1870 Memorial 6/251

STEWART, Alexander publican White Hart Hotel, Aberdeen 1873 Application 13144

STEWART, Alexander publican Bon Accord Hotel, Aberdeen, linked with William Alexander Stewart publican White Hart Hotel, Aberdeen 1875 Memorial 223/279

No 6

STEWART, Alexander contractor Point Sturt 1875 Memorial 246/279

No 1

STEWART, Alexander Percy sharebroker Payneham 1891 Application 22050

STEWART, Alexander Percy died 29/7/1895. Husband of Mary Ann Stewart Memorial 128/429

No 1

STEWART, Alexander Robert bushman formerly of East Wellington but now of Adelaide 1882 Memorial 231/343

STEWART, Alexander Robert bushman Adelaide 1882 formerly of Wellington on the Murray from c1852, lived at Wellington, bearing ‘a good character for honesty and sobriety’. He used to work for Edmund Chantrell HUGHES SM now North Adelaide 1882, from time to time. Whenever AR Stewart left Wellington for a period, he left his horses and personal things with a good friend, James LAMPARD of East Wellington. On 1/11/1870, the Lampard home burnt down when AR Stewart had his things there, and everything was lost, including the deeds for a block of land he had bought at Nairne in 1850. The district had an appeal for the Lampards, of whose house only the walls remained. The Lampards left SA c1878 Application 19383

No 1

STEWART, Andrew carpenter Adelaide (Power St) 1869 Memorial 83/242

No 2

STEWART, Andrew and Thomas of Pt Vincent 1890 Memorial 212/402

STEWART, Angus labourer Mt Gambier 1857[-1865] Memorial 107/126

STEWART, Ann spinster 7th St, Bowden 1902 Application 24481

No 1 - perhaps the same person

STEWART, Arthur clerk Adelaide 1895 Memorial 247/423

STEWART, Arthur broker Adelaide linked with Reginald Stewart gentleman Payneham 1897 Memorial 203/432

No 2

STEWART, Arthur photographer Sydney NSW linked with the late Charles Stewart and also his widow, Mary Ann Stewart, who died 20/6/1913 Memorial 143/469

STEWART, AP solicitor Pinnaroo 1882 Memorial 187/344

STEWART, Benjamin Herbert storekeeper Waikerie 1933 Memorial 11/507

No 1

STEWART, Charles of Gawler 1850 Memorial 469/25

No 2

STEWART, Charles storekeeper Milang 1856[-1857] Memorial 242/102

No 3

STEWART, Charles shoemaker Noarlunga 1857 Memorial 346/116

No 4

STEWART, Charles stockowner Avenue Plains S-E 1872 Memorial 131/259

No 5

STEWART, Charles of North Parade Jamestown 1879 Memorial 96/314

No 6

stewart, Charles Esquire Payneham, too sick to attend to his business, power of attorney to his wife, Mary Ann Stewart, to manage his affairs 24/10/1882 Deposit 39/1884

STEWART, Charles Esquire Payneham House Payneham and Mary Ann Stewart his wife 1884 Memorial 240/362

STEWART, Charles Esquire Payneham House Payneham and Mary Ann Stewart his wife. Linked with the Stewart family of Woodlands near Morphett Vale 1889 Memorial 32/398

STEWART, Charles gentleman Payneham, died 15/1/1885. His widow, Mary Ann Stewart, died 20/6/1913. Parents of Jane Stewart who died before her father, Gordon Stewart who died before his mother and Arthur Stewart photographer Sydney NSW still alive in 1913 Memorial 98/476

STEWART, Mary Ann widow Payneham House Payneham relict of the late Charles Stewart no description now deceased 1886 Memorial 143/373

STEWART, Mary Ann widow Payneham 1886. Alexander Percy Stewart articled pupil Payneham mentioned Memorial 95/381

STEWART, Mary Ann widow Portsea Vic 1890 Memorial 88/401

STEWART, Mary Ann widow Payneham 1890[-1899] Memorial 218/403

STEWART, Colin ironfounder Mile End 1904[-1907] Memorial 126/451, Application 25413

No 1

STEWART, Colquhoun mariner Adelaide 1841 Memorial 384/8

STEWART, Colquhoun mariner Adelaide, for good causes, power of attorney to John WOTHERSPOON of Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 1/7/1841 Enrolment 59/2

STEWART, Colquhoun mariner formerly of Adelaide 1843 Memorial 392/2

No 1

STEWART, Donald stockholder Adelaide 1848[-1849] Memorial 468/14

STEWART, Donald farmer Salisbury 1850[-1856] Memorial 363/22

STEWART, Donald stockholder Salisbury 1851 Memorial 243/30

STEWART, Donald farmer Salisbury 1863 Application 3864

STEWART, Donald formerly farmer Salisbury but then publican Millbrook, died 12/10/1864. His widow, Matilda Stewart, died 1/9/1877 Burton near Salisbury. Family as of 1895 - Sophia Louisa PETERS wife of Ernest Peters agent Broken Hill NSW, Jessie Jane NEWMAN wife of Edward Newman grocer Burra, Matilda Grace SALMON wife of Joseph James Salmon Primitive Methodist minister Norwood and James Angus Stewart agent Adelaide Memorial 135/424

STEWART, Donald formerly farmer Salisbury late publican Millbrook, died 12/10/1864. He left his estate in trust to his widow for life or until her remarriage, then to his children in equal shares. Estate worth £300. His widow, Matilda Stewart, died 1/9/1877 Burton near Salisbury, of heart disease, aged 50. The Stewarts had five children - Sophia Louisa Stewart, who married c1870 Ernest PETERS now agent Broken Hill NSW; Jessie Jane Stewart, married c1877 Edward NEWMAN now grocer Burra; Eliza Frances Stewart, who died 19/7/1873 Edwardstown at her mother's home, of hoemphysis, aged 19; Matilda Grace Stewart, who married c1878, Rev'd Joseph James SALMON now Primitive Methodist Minister Norwood. John HARVEY gentleman Salisbury, a close family friend, made this statement in 1895 Application 23821

No 1 - the Elder and the Younger

STEWART, Duncan farmer Willunga 1849[-1854] Memorial 293/17 STEWART, Duncan farmer Hundred of Willunga. Trustee Independent Chapel Section 231 Hundred of Willunga 1850 Memorial 381/30

STEWART, Duncan farmer Aldinga 1856[-1902] Memorial 57/106

STEWART, Duncan the Elder farmer Aldinga, died 15/10/1907. Father of Robert Stewart farmer Aldinga and Duncan Stewart the Younger commercial traveller North Adelaide (37 Molesworth St) Memorial 98/458

STEWART, Duncan farmer Aldinga, died c1907. His family as at 1908 included - Robert Stewart farmer Aldinga, Duncan Stewart commercial traveller (37 Molesworth St, North Adelaide), Barbara Stewart spinster Aldinga, and Isabella WOOD widow Pt Pirie Memorial 198/459

STEWART, Duncan the Elder farmer formerly of Willunga 1846 but then of Aldinga, died 15/10/1907. Bequests for his two daughters, Barbara Stewart and Isabella Stewart WOOD. Barbara Stewart home duties Aldinga, died 14/2/1916 Barton St, North Adelaide, of nephritis, cerebral embolism, jaundice and hypostatic pneumonia, aged 68. Isabella Stewart WOOD wife of the late William WOOD storekeeper, died 15/10/1919, Hackett Tce, Marryatville, of chronic nephritis and cerebral haemorrhage, aged 67. Born at Aldinga, she had married aged 26. 1 daughter living. Bequests also for Duncan Stewart's two sons - Robert Stewart farmer Aldinga and Duncan Stewart the Younger commercial traveller 37 Molesworth St, North Adelaide 1907 then 17 Flora Tce, Prospect. Duncan Stewart the Younger's relict, Isabella Cecilia Stewart widow 17 Flora Tce, Prospect, died 16/1/1949 RAH North Tce, Adelaide, of congestive cardiac failure, aged 83. Born at Morphett Vale, she married aged 25. 1 son and 2 daughters living - Maxton MacGregor Stewart commercial traveller Flora Tce, Prospect, died 2/9/1951 intestate, a bachelor and without a parent; Marie MacDonald Stewart spinster 320 Kensington Rd, Leabrook and Barbara Isabel MACKAY married woman Lunas Estate, Lunas, Kedah, Malaya Application 29159

STEWART, Duncan commercial traveller Flora Tce, Prospect linked with Barbara Stewart spinster Aldinga 1915 Memorial 33/473

STEWART, Duncan commercial traveller Flora Tce, Prospect, died 11/12/1915. Husband of Isabella Cecilia Stewart. Probaby father of Maxton McGregor Stewart farmer Lakebank Pootenup Siding WA Memorial 188/508

STEWART, Isabella Cecilia widow 17 Flora Tce, Prospect, died 16/1/1949 Adelaide Memorial 159/523

No 2

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

STEWART, Duncan stockkeeper Mt Gambier. Mt Gambier township allotment land grant 1861 Grant Book 29 Page 202 County Grey

STEWART, Duncan stockman Glencoe. Hundred of Gambier land grant 1867 Grant Book 30 Page 117 County Grey

No 3

STEWART, Duncan storekeeper Lake Leake. Hundred of Young land grant 1861 Grant Book 30 Page 148 County Grey

STEWART, Duncan livery stable keeper Mt Gambier 1869 Memorial 64/237

STEWART, Duncan mail contractor Mt Gambier. Hundred of Rivoli Bay land grant 1879 Grant Book 31 Page 253 County Grey

STEWART, Duncan farmer now residing at Rendelsham 1885 Memorial 117/372

STEWART, EM nurse Medindie 1915 Memorial 42/483

STEWART, Frederick James pianoforte tuner Adelaide (Rundle St) 1868 Memorial 159/228

No 1

STEWART, George storekeeper Adelaide 1855 Milang township allotment purchase Memorial 488/97

STEWART, George of Milang 1857 Memorial 91/120

STEWART, George storekeeper Adelaide 1857 linked with Henry Stewart storekeeper Milang Memorial 209/122

No 2

STEWART, George gardener Campbelltown 1919 Application 26756

STEWART, George Fowler accountant Adelaide and Laura Stewart his wife 1898 Memorial 154/434

No 1

STEWART, George Ross clerk Ovingham 1924 Application 27297

STEWART, George Ross civil servant Vine St, Prospect, aged 76 in 1937 , youngest surviving child of RG and Robina Stewart. Another brother, Donald Stewart, born and died in infancy after him Application 27980

STEWART, Helena Ethel widow Adelaide 1901 Memorial 214/443

No 1

STEWART, Henry linen draper Adelaide 1853[-1854] Memorial 376/60

STEWART, Henry linendraper formerly of Adelaide but now of Goolwa 1856 Memorial 239/103

STEWART, Henry licensed victualler Milang 1856. Linked with Charles Stewart storekeeper Milang Memorial 99/102

STEWART, Hugh Hill draper Kent Town and Edith Bertha Caroline Stewart his wife 1913 Application 26176

STEWART, Hugh John painter Pt Lincoln 1924 Memorial 138/491

STEWART, Isabella Cecilia widow Flora Tce, Prospect 1927 Application 27543

STEWART, Ivan Edgar Stuart dairyman Findon 1906 Memorial 105/455

No 1

STEWART, James engineer Adelaide 1852[-1855] Memorial 82/44

No 2

STEWART, James gardener Watervale 1853[-1885] Memorial 293/63

STEWART, James farmer Watervale 1879 Memorial 63/320

STEWART, James gardener Watervale 1890 Application 21973

STEWART, James farmer near Watervale 1894 Application 22730

STEWART, James farmer near Watervale 1900, declared that he had lived in the area since c1852 Application 23998

No 3

STEWART, James blacksmith Penfield 1856 Memorial 145/105

STEWART, James [formerly blacksmith but now] farmer Penfield 1856 Memorial 344/123

No 4

STEWART, James the Elder farmer Whitehill near Truro, died c1861. He left his estate in trust until 29/6/1876, when his wife and children would get an equal share of the estate absolutely. If the wife had remarried or any of the family had died, that share to be distributed equally absolutely amongst the remainder. Husband of Ellen Lawrie Stewart. Children - Douglas Stewart, Elizabeth Stewart, Ellen Stewart, Mary Stewart and James Stewart the Younger. Executors and trustees: James Miller farmer Angepone near Truro, Thomas BAIRD farmer St Kitts and Robert BRICK farmer Duck Ponds Memorial 321/180

STEWART, James farmer Whitehill near Truro, died 12/11/1861. By 1876, his widow, Ellen Stewart, still remained at Whitehill. Two children of the family, Ellen Stewart and Mary Stewart, lived under the care of George Wilson and Elizabeth Wilson his wife. Was Mrs Wilson a Stewart? [A court case against James Stewart's widow and the trustees of the estate, which the children won] Memorial 162/294

No 5

STEWART, James farmer Hutt River 1864 Memorial 166/196

No 6

STEWART, James Esquire MP Hackham House, Hackham 1870 Memorial 159/248

STEWART, James gentleman Hackham House, Hackham, died 2/3/1879 intestate. Husband of Jean Stewart and son of Alexander Stewart gentleman Morphett Vale Memorial 72/315

No 7

STEWART, James farmer Narracoorte 1893 Memorial 238/417

STEWART, James Douglas vigneron Happy Valley 1893 Memorial 52/416

No 1

STEWART, Jane widow formerly of Surflen St, Adelaide but now of Strathalbyn 1870 Memorial 240/244

No 2

STEWART, Jane widow Woodlands Morphett Vale 1883 Memorial 241/355

STEWART, Jane widow Woodlands (Section 669 Hundred of Noarlunga) Morphett Vale, died 2/3/1884. Grandmother of Reginald Stewart, who turned 25 on 8/10/1896. Many relatives in Scotland mentioned. Elizabeth Stewart spinster Prospect linked with this family 1897 Memorials 50/432, 68/432

No 3

STEWART, Jane widow Penola 1894 Application 22719 

STEWART, Janet widow Gawler Plains 1851 Memorial 314/29

No 1

STEWART, John cabinetmaker Adelaide 1848 Memorial 472/11

STEWART, John timber merchant Adelaide 1849[-1850] Memorial 314/16

STEWART, John timber merchant Adelaide (Hindley St) 1851[-1856] Memorial 477/38.

STEWART, John storekeeper Adelaide (Hindley St) 1853 Enrolment 38/28

STEWART, John storekeeper Adelaide (Hindley St) 1854 Memorial 370/68

STEWART, John storekeeper Adelaide (Hindley St) became a bankrupt in 1859 Memorial 211/292

STEWART, John carpenter Adelaide 1854 Memorial 1040/64

STEWART, John timber merchant formerly of Adelaide (Hindley St) but now absent from the said province 1856 Memorial 161/105

No 2

STEWART, John stockholder Mosquito Plains 1856 Memorial 175/105

No 3

STEWART, John of Adelaide (Hindley St) 1862 Application 3199

STEWART, Joseph Stock of the Exchange, Adelaide 1876 Application 15361

STEWART, Leonard Warren bootmaker 44 Anstey Crescent Galway Gardens 1948 Memorial 70/523

STEWART, Louisa widow Watervale 1911 Application 26031

STEWART, Magnus of Naracoorte Hundred of Jessie land grant 1880 Grant Book 50 Page 259 County Robe

No 1

STEWART, Marie MacDonald spinster Methuen St, Prospect linked with Barbara Isabel MACKAY married woman Kedah, Malaya 1949 Memorial 19/524

STEWART, Marie MacDonald spinster formerly of Flora Tce but now of Methuen St, Prospect 1950 Memorial 135/524

FIND HUSBAND

STEWART, Mary widow near Callington Hundred of Monarto land grant 1867[-1884] Grant Book 58 Page 123 County Sturt

STEWART, Matilda widow Millbrook 1865 Memorial 265/204

STEWART, Maxton MacGregor company officer Whyalla, died

2/1/ 1952 intestate and a bachelor. Brother of Marie MacDonald Stewart spinster 320 Kensington Road, Leabrook Memorial 105/528

STEWART, Nathaniel Mitchell stock dealer Round Waterhole near Callington 1896[-1925] Memorial 80/427

No 1

STEWART, Peter Thompson baker Adelaide (Pt TA 89 Rundle St) 1860 Memorial 159/166

STEWART, Peter Thompson [formerly baker but now] carrier Adelaide (Pt TA 89 Rundle St) 1860[-1865] Memorial 27/179

STEWART, Ann widow of the late Peter Thompson Stewart broker Bent St, Adelaide, died 1/5/1908, of senility and two months' cerebral softening, aged 86. She was born in Hadmal, Salop, England. In SA for 50 years. Remarried at age 42. 3 daughters living; 2 sons deceased Application 25848

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of the previous entry

STEWART, Peter baker Adelaide (Bent St) and Ann Stewart his wife 1868 Memorial 148/228

COTTON, George stockkeeper Adelaide son and heir at law of the late Joseph Cotton and his wife Ann Cotton now Ann STEWART the wife of Peter Stewart baker Adelaide (Bent St) 1868 Memorial 146/228

No 1

STEWART, Reginald gentleman Portsea Vic linked with Mary Ann Stewart widow Payneham 1892[-1896] Memorial 124/418

STEWART, Reginald gentleman Wooroona Portsea Vic, died 28/4/ 1906. Husband of Violet Sybil Stewart Memorial 159/459

STEWART, Reginald gentleman Portsea and St Kilda Vic, died 28/4/1906, aged 34. He was a grandson of the late Alexander Stewart gentleman Woodlands Morphett Vale. Husband of Violet Sybil Stewart. He also had cousins, Winnie Stewart LIPSCOMB and Donald Stewart Lipscomb. Other people in this Application who appear to be related to the Morphett Vale Stewarts include Charlotte Maud Stewart, who died 23/9/1893 Portsea, aged 26 (Could be 1st wife to Reginald Stewart of Portsea??), Alexander Percy Stewart gentleman Payneham, died 29/7/1895, of 3 years' pulmonary consumption, aged 30, and James Gordon Stewart gentleman Ward St, North Adelaide, who died 19/6/1899 of pulmonary consumption, aged 29 Application 25436

No 1

STEWART, Robert farmer Riverton Co Light. Hundred of Crystal Brook land grant 1879 Grant Book 60 Page 228 County Victoria

No 2

STEWART, Robert mounted constable Overland Corner 1885 Memorial 4/365

No 3

STEWART, Robert and William of Coonatto 1885 Memorial 141/370

STEWART, Robert farmer Coonatto 1887 Memorial 24/382

No 4

STEWART, Robert agent Gladstone 1886 Memorial 37/376

No 5

STEWART, Robert farmer Aldinga, died 17/3/1909. Uncle to Charles Stewart Butterworth and Albert Broadbent Butterworth farmers Aldinga. Brother to Barbara Stewart spinster and Duncan Stewart commercial traveller (37 Molesworth St, North Adelaide) Memorials 87 & 88/463

STEWART, Robert farmer Aldinga, died 17/3/1909 Adelaide. His estate worth £1,400. Complicated series of trusts to benefit his various relatives - his brother Duncan Stewart commercial traveller 37 Molesworth St, North Adelaide, his sisters Barbara Stewart, Mary BUTTERWORTH and Isabella WOOD. Charles Stewart Butterworth also mentioned - probably a son of Mary Butterworth?? 1940 Application 28260

No 1

STEWART, Robert George carpenter Adelaide 1884 Memorial 17/358

STEWART, Robert George carpenter formerly of Adelaide but now of Norwood 1884 Memorial 74/358

STEWART, Robert George milkman Adelaide (Grote St) and Robena Stewart his wife 1902 Application 24342

STEWART, Robert George milkman Hyde Park and Robena Stewart his wife formerly Robena LESLIE 1916 Memorial 27/474

STEWART, Robert George formerly caretaker but now out of business Ovingham 1920. Husband of Rubina Stewart Application 26934

No 1

STEWART, RW JP physician Pt Pirie 1887 Memorial 58/383

STEWART, Robert Walter medical practitioner Pt Pirie 1894 Memorial 200/420

STEWART, Robert Walter medical practitioner formerly of Pt Pirie but now of Adelaide 1907 Memorial 63/457

STEWART, Rose May married woman Brompton Park 1916 Application 26504

STEWART, Sarah widow North Adelaide, died 5/12/1872 intestate. Joseph Stewart draper Pt Augusta inherited the estate as her eldest son and heir at law Memorial 68/279

No 1

STEWART, Thomas baker Pt Adelaide 1862[-1863] Memorial 226/186

STEWART, Thomas baker Portland Estate 1864 Memorial 212/198

No 1

STEWART, Thomas Arthur licensed victualler Portland Estate 1868. Bankrupt-excellent list of assets and creditors in Enrolment 85/51

STEWART, Thomas Arthur licensed victualler Scotch Thistle Inn Portland Estate, became a bankrupt in 1874 Memorial 36/276

STEWART, Thomas Arthur licensed victualler formerly of the Portland Estate but now of the Commercial Hotel, Adelaide (Grenfell St) 1875 Memorial 175/281

STEWART, Thomas Arthur licensed victualler Adelaide (Grenfell St) 1876 Memorial 189/295

STEWART, Thomas Arthur publican Adelaide Minlaton township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 19 Page 194 County Fergusson

STEWART, Thomas Arthur innkeeper Adelaide Koolunga (Hundred of Koolunga) township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 56 Page 323 County Stanley

STEWART, Walter driver Ovingham 1936, born in 1877 Prospect, one of the four sons of Robert George Stewart and his wife, Robina Stewart. He declared that he had lived his whole life in the area, apart from between 1910-1918. The RG Stewarts also had 4 daughters - Jean Stewart, Christina SEMMENS, Grace WELSH, and Amy KLEEMAN Application 27980

No 1

STEWART, William stone mason Adelaide 1839 Application 15928

No 2

STEWART, William police constable Pt Adelaide 1863[-1873] Memorial 242/189

STEWART, William formerly police constable Pt Adelaide but now out of business Walkerville 1883 Application 19591

No 3

STEWART, William master mariner Goolwa 1874 Application 13708

No 4 - perhaps the same person

STEWART, William farmer Hundred of Palmer Co Newcastle 1885 Memorial 140/368

STEWART, William farmer Hundred of Erskine Co Dalhousie 1898 Memorial 4/434

No 5

STEWART, William Retired Captain 83d Regiment Wellington Hotel, Harrogate, Yorks, England, died 2/5/1906, of angina pectoris, aged 57 Deposit 65/1906

No 6

STEWART, William farmer Pt Vincent trustee Institute Pt Vincent township allotment land grant 1910 Grant Book 19 Page 468 County Fergusson

STEWART, William Alexander licensed victualler White Hart Hotel Aberdeen 1875[-1878] Memorial 223/279

STEWART, William Gordon shepherd Adelaide 1872 Memorial 229/259

No 1

STIASNY, Oscar Joachim surgeon Salisbury 1859 Memorial 140/153

STIASNY, Oscar doctor Salisbury, died c1863. He left £100 to be invested in trust in Government securities for his daughter, Amelia Stiasny, to inherit absolutely in remainder expectant when she turned 21. The remainder of his estate to his wife, Phillippina Dauriger Stiasny, absolutely Memorial 262/191

STIASNY, Philippine widow Salisbury, about to leave the province, power of attorney to Charles Edward TIDEMANN land agent Currie St, Adelaide, to manage her SA business affairs 29/2/1864 Deposit 172/1868

STIASNY, Philippine Dauriger widow formerly of Salisbury but now in parts beyond the seas 1868 Memorial 192/235

No 1

STIBBLES, George licensed victualler Adelaide 1873[-1877] Memorial 19/269

STIBBLES, George saddler Adelaide (Ifould St) 1880[-1882] Memorials 219/321, 150/344

No 1

STICK, Joseph butcher Brighton 1853[-1856] Memorial 479/52

STICK, Joseph died 3/1/1884 Brighton. Husband of Susannah Wellington Stick. The family had lived in the district since at least 1856 Application 20205

STICK, Susannah Wellington widow Brighton 1884 Memorial 86/359

No 1

STICKWOOD, Henry of the Mt Barker Road 1857 Memorial 23/126

STICKWOOD, Henry of Stirling East 1879 Memorial 41/345

STIEBEL, Siegesmund and Samuel of Crosby Square, Bishopsgate, London, Middlesex, England, trading as merchants and co-partners under the name of Stiebel Brothers 1851 Memorial 402/39

STIEF, Albert Ernst of Belvidere Hundred of Gilbert Vestryman of St Philip's Marrabel 1910 Memorial 215/462

No 1

STIEF, August farmer Marrabel 1865 Application 5912

STIEF, August farmer Marrabel on the Dirty Light 1906, declared that he had lived on Section 1136 Hundred of Gilbert since c1854 Application 25082

No 1

STIEF, Johann farmer Hamilton on the Light 1854 Memorial 17/66

STIEF, Johann and August Ferdinand farmers near Hamilton on the Light 1859 Application 837

STIEF, Johann farmer near Hamilton on the Light, died 18/11/ 1879. Father of August Ferdinand Stief farmer near Hamilton on the Light Memorial 179/319

No 1

STIEG, Heinrich baker Bowden 1888 Memorial 28/393

STIEG, Heinrich formerly baker Bowden but then out of business Brompton, died 9/3/ 1929 Brompton. Estate worth £10,400. Husband of Sarah Stieg Memorial 162/501

STIEG, Sarah widow 113 East St, Brompton, died 17/6/1948 Lower Mitcham Memorial 167/523

STIGGANTS, Henry labourer Pt Adelaide 1851 Memorial 59/29

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

STIGGANTS, Jasper engine driver North Adelaide 1862 Application 3330

No 1

STIGWOOD, Levi of Canowie Co Victoria. Hundred of Morgan land grant 1881 Grant Book 13 Page 415 County Dalhousie

STIGWOOD, Levi farmer Cavenagh 1902 Memorial 174/445

STILE, Charles railway labourer Bassett Town 1866 Application 7902

STILLER, Johannes farmer Pinnaroo. Hundred of Pinnaroo land grant 1926 Grant Book 12 Page 54 County Chandos

STILLER, Samuel farmer Co Light 1845 Memorial 334/4

STILLING, Joseph merchant Norwood, died 30/8/1863 of influenza, aged 40 Application 16609

No 1

STILWELL, Charles saddler Charleston near Kooringa 1859 Memorial 206/156

STILWELL, Charles saddler formerly of Charleston 1859 but now of Kadina 1877 Application 16318

STILWELL, Charles William pianoforte maker Copperhouse 1859 Memorial 39/149

No 1 - perhaps the Elder

STILLWELL/STILWELL, William farmer Clarendon 1850 Memorial 95/30 Farmer Eyre Flat 1855[-1858] Eyre Flat Bible Christian school trustee Memorial 426/86

STILLWELL, William storekeeper Baker Gully near Kangarilla 1874[-1875] Memorial 202/278

STILWELL, William farmer Baker Gully near Clarendon 1876 Memorial 152/323

STILLWELL, William farmer and storekeeper Kangarilla, died 1881. He left his entire estate, with certain stipulations, to his widow, Ellen Stillwell. By 1882, Ellen Stillwell was about to remarry to Samuel Henry MILNE gentleman Green St, Windsor Vic Memorial 220/343

STILLWELL, William the Elder died c1881. His widow, Ellen Stillwell, remarried to Samuel Henry MILNE. Ellen Milne remarried to William DODD 2/4/1890. Ellen Dodd remarried to James CULVER 27/7/1892. Ellen Culver died 8/11/1896 Application 23278

STILLWELL, Ellen widow of William Stillwell of Kangarilla 1882 Application 19469

No 2 - perhaps the Younger

STILLWELL, William the Younger storekeeper Hackham 1897 Application 23278

STILLWELL, William storekeeper Hackham 1906, declared that he had lived in Hackham for over 25 years Application 25206

STILLWELL, William storekeeper Hackham 1928 Memorial 38/499

STILLWELL, William Charles driver Government Road, Hackham 1956 Memorial 144/530

STIMSON, Augustus farmer Binnum Hundred of Binnum land grant 1879 Grant Book 29 Page 145 County MacDonnell

No 1

STIMSON, James farmer Wirrabara Wirrabara township allotment land grant 1874 Grant Book 24 Page 522 County Frome

STIMSON, James farmer Wirrabara trustee Wesleyan Methodist Church Wirrabara Wirrabara township allotment land grant 1875 Grant Book 24 Page 524 County Frome

STIMSON, James teamster Wirrabara Hundred of Appila land grant 1880 Grant Book 24 Page 501 County Frome

No 2

STIMSON, James farmer Waitpinga Hundred of Binnum land grant 1877 Grant Book 29 Page 144 County MacDonnell

No 1

STIMSON, William labourer Yankalilla 1856 Memorial 171/104

STIMSON, William farmer Waitpinga near Encounter Bay 1866 Application 7326

STIMSON, William farmer Waitpinga 1867 Memorial 218/221

No 2

STIMSON, William shepherd Worrabbura [Wirrabara?] Hundred of Wongyarra 1864 Memorial 139/195

STIMSON, William shepherd formerly of Melrose but then of Wirrabara, died 21/10/1871 intestate. Husband of Sarah Stimson. Father of James Stimson eating house keeper Wirrabara and Martha Ann BROWN wife of Robert Brown brewer Pt Augusta by 1915. Sarah Stimson widow Pt Augusta, died 23/10/1883 intestate Memorials 104 & 107/472

STIMSON, William shepherd Wirrabara, died 21/10/1871 intestate. The estate worth £20. His widow, Sarah Stimson, died 23/10/1883 Pt Augusta intestate, without finalising her husband's estate through letters of administration. The Stimson daughter, Martha Stimson 18 Stirling married Robert BROWN 32 storeman Pt Augusta (Father: Andrew Brown) on 8/4/1861 Mr Inglis's private home Stirling. Minister: David BADGER. Witnesses: Margaret Inglis and Anthony Inglis butcher Stirling. By 1883, Robert Brown was a brewer Pt Augusta. The Stimson son, James Stimson, was an eating house proprietor Wirrabara when his mother died 1915 Application 26480

No 1

STINCHCOMBE, Henry farm labourer Sellick Hill Hundred of Melville land grant 1875 Grant Book 19 Page 71 County Fergusson

STINCHCOMBE, Henry farmer Weaner Flat Hundred of Koolywurtie land grant 1882 Grant Book 19 Page 314 County Fergusson

No 1

STIRLING, Agnes widow Glasgow, Co Lanark, Scotland, lent money out on mortgage to people in SA 1855 Memorial 145/94

STIRLING, Agnes of Hillhead Glasson, Scotland, widow of William Stirling merchant Paisley, Scotland, power of attorney to John Stirling Hawkhead Farm near Gawler, to manage the SA mortgage properties which she had acquired through loans of money 6/7/1859 Deposit 337/1859

No 1

STIRLING, Alice Dennistown spinster Adelaide, lent money out on mortgage to people in SA 1884 Memorial 120/361

STIRLING, Alice Dennistown spinster Adelaide, power of attorney to Edward Charles Stirling doctor of medicine Adelaide and John Lancelot Stirling gentleman Adelaide, to manage her SA business affairs 7/11/1884 Deposit 228/1884

No 1

STIRLING, Archibald William gentleman 7 Observatory Ave, Campden Hill, Kensington, Middlesex, England, and Edith Stirling widow 7 Observatory Ave, Campden Hill, Kensington, Middlesex, England, power of attorney to Sir William MILNE and William MILNE the Younger Adelaide, to manage the SA estate of the late Charles Stirling formerly of Adelaide, then of London, Middlesex, late of Ashleigh House, Taunton St James, Somerset, England, and remit any profits to England 29/12/1881 Deposit 173/1882

STIRLING, AW The Club Adelaide 1882 Memorial 88/339

STIRLING, Archibald William Esquire Campden Hill, Kensington, Middlesex, England and Edith Stirling widow of the same address presently on a visit to South Australia. Links with John Lancelot Stirling Esquire Adelaide 1884 Memorial 44/423

No 1

STIRLING, Charles gentleman Strathalbyn, about to leave the province for some time, power of attorney to Edward Stirling gentleman Strathalbyn, to manage his SA business affairs 9/8/1853 Deposit 226/OA

STIRLING, Charles stockholder Strathalbyn, returned to England by 1855, where he lived first at 28 Cambridge Tce, Middlesex. C Stirling gentleman Ashleigh House, Taunton St James, Somerset, died 9/3/1858, of paralysis, aged 52. He left his Strathalbyn property in trust (JW MCLAREN and AL ELDER the English trustees; Samuel DAVENPORT and William MILNE in SA) to his wife, Edith Stirling, nee WHITMARSH, to enjoy the income for her lifetime, or while she remained his widow, then to their son, Archibald William Stirling, when he became 21 on 8/8/1878 (Born at Ashleigh House, Taunton, in 1857). He lived with his mother at Campden Hill, Kensington, Middlesex. When part of the estate on Hindmarsh Island was sold in 1881, the London branch of the Stirling family and AL Elder, the surviving trustee, signed at Solicitor Thomas GEMMELL’s office, 11 Essex St, The Strand, London (Of Messrs Park, Nelson, Morgan, Ponsonby & Gemmell). Most of the Highland Valley Estate sold to Charles Stirling’s nephew, JL Stirling Application 18656

STIRLING, Charles formerly of Hambden SA, but then of London, Middlesex, about to marry Edith WHITMARSH spinster Staplegrove, Somerset, England. He had borrowed £3,000 from John Wingate McLAREN Philpot Lane, London and John BIRD gentleman Taunton, Somerset. The bride had made available certain sums of money to be invested on behalf of her and her new husband during their respective lifetimes. If either the husband or the wife died first, the £3,000 mortgage to be repaid, and the mortgagees to invest the money on behalf of the survivor and the children. If the survivor died or remarried, the children to get the trust fund in equal shares. Agreement 6/12/1855. The marriage took place. Charles Stirling died 8/3/1858. John Bird died 3/3/1861. John Wingate McLaren died 18/6/1874. Mrs Stirling paid the £3,000 into the marriage trust fund already set up before she married. She appointed Alexander Lang ELDER and James Augustus TURNER of Adelaide, the trustees of the fund. Mrs Anna Eliza McLaren, widow of James Wingate McLaren, had the mortgage transferred to her and then to the new trustees 20/10/1879 Deposit 18/1880

STIRLING, Charles Esquire Campden Hill, Kensington, Middlesex, England, died 9/3/1858, leaving his widow Edith Stirling, and one son, Archibald William Stirling. Charles Stirling's nephew, Norman William Stirling gentleman Adelaide gave this information in 1894 Application 22808

STIRLING, Charles gentleman formerly of Adelaide, late of Ashleigh House, Taunton St James, Somerset, England, died 9/3/1858. His British estate worth £3,000. His personal estate and £700 annuity a year to his wife, Edith, so long as she remains a widow, to provide for his children. Real estate in trust to provide the income. After her death or remarriage, the estate to go to the children in equal share. His friends, John Wingate McLAREN merchant 2 Crown Court, Philpot Lane, London, and Alexander Lang ELDER merchant Southwark Buildings, Southwark St, London, to be the executors and trustees. He had a lot of tenant farm land around Strathalbyn Deposit 199/1859

STIRLING, Edith widow Campden Hill Kensington Middlesex, England relict of the late Charles Stirling who died 9/3/1858 at Ashleigh House, Taunton, Somerset, England. Mrs Stirling and her only child, Archibald William Stirling (who turned 21 on 8/8/1878) visited SA during 1884 Memorial 3/362

No 1

STIRLING, Edward and Charles merchants Adelaide 1839 Application 18824

STIRLING, Edward and Charles Esquires Hampden Strathalbyn District 1847 Memorial 365/8

STIRLING family gave its name to Stirling Hill near Strathalbyn trigometrical point 1850 Application 3112

STIRLING, Edward and Charles sheep farmers and co-partners Strathalbyn 1851 Memorial 73/120

STIRLING, Edward Esquire Urrbrae near Adelaide 1855[-1855] Memorial 262/102

STIRLING, Edward Esquire Adelaide, about to visit Britain, power of attorney to John TAYLOR Esquire Adelaide, to manage his business affairs 9/12/1857 Deposit 323/OA

STIRLING, Edward merchant Adelaide 1860 Application 1439

STIRLING, Edward, John TAYLOR and Robert Barr SMITH merchants Adelaide 1862 Application 3358

STIRLING, Edward Esquire formerly of Urrbrae but now in parts beyond the seas 1872 Memorial 8/260

STIRLING, Edward stockholder Strathalbyn Lodge near Strathalbyn and Harriett Stirling nee TAYLOR, his wife. Son Edward Charles Stirling born 8/9/1848 at home. Son John Lancelot Stirling, born 5/11/1849 at home. The family returned to England. Edward Stirling died 2/2/1873 24 Queen’s Gardens, Middlesex, England Application 18656

STIRLING, Edward died 2/2/1873 24 Queen's Gardens, Bayswater, Middlesex, England [of the Strathalbyn family]. Father of Edward Charles Stirling doctor of medicine Adelaide 1892 Application 22297

No 1

STIRLING, John formerly gentleman Hindmarsh 1851 but now farmer Sheaoak Log 1865 Application 6079

STIRLING, John gentleman Hindmarsh 1854 Memorial 3/96

STIRLING, John [formerly gentleman Hindmarsh but now] farmer Hawkhead near Sheaoak Log 1855 Memorial 264/87

STIRLING, John farmer Hundred of Nuriootpa 1857 Memorial 151/128

STIRLING, John formerly gentleman Hindmarsh 1854 but now farmer Hawkhead Sheaoak Log 1870 Application 10544

No 1

STIRLING, The Hon John Lancelot MLC appointed a member of the Board of Advice to the SA Company at a meeting in SA in 1894 Memorial 116/422

STIRLING, John Lancelot of Strathalbyn President of the Legislative Council of SA 1902, declared that he was a nephew of Charles Stirling, formerly gentleman Strathalbyn, who died 8/3/1858 Taunton, Somerset, England Application 24403

No 1

STIRLING, Norman William Esquire Adelaide 1883 Memorial 206/350

STIRLING, Norman William stockholder Winnininnie 1886 Memorial 25/382

STIRLING, Norman William gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now of Strathalbyn and Williamina Stirling his wife 1889 Memorial 129/396

STIRLING, Thomas Fargie Phipps bank manager Narracoorte 1925 Memorial 88/492

No 1

STIRLING, William labourer The Sturt and Louisa Stirling his wife 1885 Application 20697

No 2

STIRLING, William farmer Sheaoak Log 1908[-1923] Memorial 241/459

No 1

STIRLING, William McGregor farmer Hundred of Pirie Co Victoria 1887 Memorial 214/383

STIRLING, William McGregor gentleman Pt Broughton. Hundred of Mundoora land grant 1910 Grant Book 14 Page 275 County Daly

STIRLING, William McGregor blacksmith and grazier Pt Broughton. Hundred of Mundoora land grant 1913 Grant Book 14 Page 288 County Daly

No 1

STOBIE, James storekeeper Kapunda 1862[-1868] Memorial 38/181, Application 8911

STOBIE, James grocer Kapunda 1865 Application 6383

STOBIE, James the Elder storeman Kapunda 1869 Application 10399

STOBIE, James storekeeper Adelaide (Waymouth St) 1876 Memorial 89/292

STOCK, Arthur John wheelwright Campbelltown 1907[-1912] Memorial 45/457, Application 26139

No 1

STOCK, Henry Johns clerk Kapunda 1866 Application 7200

STOCK, Henry Johns corn factor Kapunda Hundred of Neales land grant 1867 Grant Book 17 Page 193 County Eyre

STOCK, Henry Johns gentleman Kapunda linked with WF Stock of Adelaide 1869 Memorial 198/242

STOCK, Henry Johns gentleman Balaklava Co Gawler. Pt Pirie (Hundred of Pirie) township allotment land grant 1872[-1873] Grant Book 60 Page 475 County Victoria

STOCK, Henry Johns storekeeper Booyoolie. Trustee Institute Booyoolie Booyoolie (later part of Gladstone Hundred of Booyoolie) township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 318 County Victoria

STOCK, Henry Johns storekeeper and agent Gladstone. Hundred of Yangya land grant 1877 Grant Book 60 Page 91 County Victoria

STOCK, Henry Johns storekeeper Gladstone Co Victoria. Morchard (Hundred of Coomooroo) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 13 Page 248 County Dalhousie

STOCK, John and Robert blacksmiths Kapunda 1865 Memorial 229/207

STOCK, Leslie Gardner vigneron McLaren Vale 1929 Memorial 171/502

STOCK, R newsagent Kapunda linked with William Wallace Stock wheelwright Kapunda 1916 Memorial 199/474

No 1

STOCK, RA of Kent Town linked with wf Stock of Adelaide 1871 Memorial 204/252

STOCK, Robert Alfred gentleman formerly of Kent Town but now of Adelaide 1889 Memorial 250/399

STOCK, Robert Alfred of Hindley St, Adelaide, Director of the SA Brewing, Malting and Wine and Spirit Co Ltd 1891 Memorial 188/408

STOCK, Robert Alfred managing director of the SA Brewing Company Ltd Adelaide (Hindley St) 1895 Application 22916

STOCK, Robert Alfred gentleman Adelaide manager of the SA Brewing Co Ltd 1898 Memorial 86/435

No 1

STOCK, Thomas labourer Port Road 1854 Memorial 178/68

STOCK, Thomas farmer Grand Junction 1868 Memorial 31/232

STOCK, Thomas farmer Dry Creek, died 28/5/1893. Executors: Edward Richard Stock blacksmith North Adelaide and George William Stock smelter Dry Creek Memorial 25/418

STOCK, Thomas farmer Dry Creek, died c1893. His real estate willed to George William Stock smelter Dry Creek and Edwin Richard Stock blacksmith Prospect 1899 Application 23848

STOCK, William labourer Grand Junction Hundred of Maitland land grant 1878 Grant Book 19 Page 101 County Fergusson

No 1

STOCK, WF clerk to William Matthews SANDFORD solicitor Adelaide 1866[-1871] Memorial 222/214

STOCK, William Frederick gentleman Adelaide 1873 Application 12732

STOCK, William Frederick solicitor Adelaide 1873[-1904] Memorial 213/267, Application 20962

STOCK, William Frederick solicitor Adelaide (Temple Chambers, Currie St) 1876 Memorial 17/293

STOCK & SCOTT solicitors Adelaide, authorised lease plans to be drawn up for Grenfell Buildings Pt Town Acre 143. 1900 Deposit 89/1900

STOCK, Frederick William solicitor Adelaide (Pirie St) linked with Violet Stock widow Mt Lofty 1904 Memorial 65/452

STOCK, William Frederick solicitor Adelaide, died 23/11/1913 Application 26911

No 1

STOCK, William Wallace wheelwright formerly of Kapunda,then of Henley Beach 1918, declared that he had gone to live in Kapunda during 1860 and left the town in July 1918 Application 26617

STOCK, William Wallace wheelwright Kapunda 1919 Memorial 57/478

STOCK, William Wallace wheelwright formerly of Kapunda but now of Dulwich 1924 Memorial 1/491

STOCK, William Wallace wheelwright Kapunda 1925 Application 27360

STOCKBRIDGE, Charles cab driver Adelaide 1854[-1855] Hundred of Kapunda land purchase Memorial 404/67

No 1

STOCKDALE, Edward stockholder Lake Hawdon S-E 1861[-1863] Memorial 77/171

STOCKDALE, Edward stockholder Lake Hawdon near Guichen Bay Hundred of Waterhouse land grant 1863[-1864] Grant Book 50 Page 10 County Robe

STOCKDALE, Edward stockholder Little Hawdon 1864 Memorial 155/200 Stockholder Lake Hawdon 1864 Memorial 167/200

STOCKDALE, Edward stockholder Richmond Park near Robe Hundred of Waterhouse land grant 1865 Grant Book 50 Page 12 County Robe

STOCKDALE, Edward stockholder Richmond Park near Robe. died 9/3/1869 Memorials 110 & 111/256

STOCKDALE, Edward stockholder Richmond Park near Robe, died 9/3/1869. Estate worth £2,500. He left his personal estate to his wife, Anna Maria Stockdale. She also had the income of Richmond Park in trust for her lifetime, then to their children in equal shares absolutely. If no children of the marriage, then the real estate to go to the heir who would inherit had Edward Stockdale died intestate and unmarried 1923 Application 27159

No 1

STOCKDALE, Robert butcher Robe 1874 Memorial 69/274

STOCKDALE, Robert stockholder Robe Hundred of Waterhouse land grant 1874[-1876] Grant Book 50 Page 24 County Robe

STOCKDALE, Robert butcher Robe Hundred of Waterhouse land grant 1876 Grant Book 50 Page 24 County Robe

STOCKDALE, Robert stockholder Robe 1879[-1880] Memorial 78/318

STOCKDALE, Robert stockholder Karatta and Sarah Stockdale his wife 1879 Memorial 250/337

STOCKDALE, Sarah widow Hindmarsh relict of the late Robert Stockdale formerly sheep farmer Robe now deceased 1888 Memorial 37/393

STOCKDALE, Thomas Henry butcher Robe 1887 Application 21222

No 1

STOCKDALE, William labourer Farrell Flat Hanson (later Farrell Flat Hundred of Hanson) township allotment land grant 1873 Grant Book 56 Page 292 County Stanley

No 2

STOCKDALE, William carpenter Brompton 1880 later of Southwark, also railway signalman Terowie 1888 Application 21418

No 1

STOCKDALE, WJ solicitor Laura 1902[-1937] Memorial 27/447

STOCKDALE, WJ solicitor Laura 1933 Application 27932

STOCKER, Edwin Robert restaurant keeper Adelaide (150a Rundle St - pt TA 39) and Ann Maria Stocker his wife 1898 Memorial 122/435

No 1 - probably the same person

STOCKER, James farmer Payneham 1868 Memorial 65/235

STOCKER, James gardener Felixstow 1873 Memorial 56/266

STOCKER, James formerly farmer Payneham 1868 was a bankrupt by 1874 Application 13618

STOCKER, James gardener Mt Lofty Hundred of Dalrymple land grant 1880 Grant Book 19 Page 141 County Fergusson

STOCKHAM, Bertram Joseph storekeeper Pt Lincoln 1920 Memorial 167/481

No 1 – George William Stockham

STOCKHAM, George storekeeper Broughton. Broughton [later called Redhill Hundred of Redhill] township allotment land grant 1875 Grant Book 14 Page 497 County Daly

STOCKHAM, GW storekeeper Redhill 1884 Memorial 81/359

STOCKHAM, George William draper Redhill Redhill (Hundred of Redhill ) township allotment land grant 1884 Grant Book 14 Page 499 County Daly

STOCKING, Harry farmer Melville Hundred of Melville land grant 1877 Grant Book 19 Page 78 County Fergusson

No 1

STOCKLEY, William Richard labourer Bowden 1874 Application 13734

STOCKLEY, William Richard railway labourer Bowden 1875[-1879] Memorial 237/280

STOCKLEY, William Richard labourer Bowden 1879 Memorial 24/313

STOCKLEY, William Richard labourer formerly of Bowden 1879 Labourer Glanville 1893 Application 22601

STOCKLEY, William Richard labourer Glanville 1893 Memorial 157/419

No 1

STOCKLEY, William Stanhope Esquire North Adelaide 1849 Memorial 496/13

STOCKLEY, William Stanhope gentleman Tokenhouse Yard, London, Middlesex, England 1851 Memorial 131/69

STOCKLEY, William Stanhope late of The Cottage Woodford, Essex, England, died 17/1/1853. Executors, his widow, Sarah Stockley, John Farnaby CATOR Esquire Bexley, Kent, and Ulysses LATREILLE gentleman King’s Mills near Rotherhide, Surrey, power of attorney to William James LAWRENCE solicitor, George ELDER merchant, John HECTOR Esquire, Abraham SCOTT merchant all of Adelaide, to manage WS Stockley’s SA estate 4/8/1853. Total state worth £2,000 Deposit 125/1854, Memorial 229/84

STOCKLEY, Sarah widow The Cottage Woodford, Essex, England 1854 relict of the late William Stanhope Stockley merchant formerly of North Adelaide then gentleman Tokenhouse Yard, London, England and late of 17 Gracechurch St, London and of The Cottage Woodford, Essex Memorial 500/73

STOCKMAN, Joseph Albert tinsmith Angaston 1912 Application 26136

No 1

STOCKMANN, Christian farmer Trial Hill Flats near Lyndoch 1860 Memorial 94/164

STOCKMANN, Christian Ludovick Theodor farmer formerly of Lyndoch Valley but now of Sour Flat near Kapunda 1866 Memorial 21/214

STOCKMANN, Christian Ludwig Theodor farmer near Kapunda Co Light. Hundred of Boucaut land grant 1881 Grant Book 55 Page 38 County Stanley

No 1

STOCKMANN, Christian Friedrich Hermann farmer near Kapunda Co Light. Hundred of Boucaut land grant 1881 Grant Book 55 Page 38 County Stanley

STOCKMANN, Christian Friedrich Hermann of Kapunda 1890 Memorial 153/406

STOCKMANN, Christian Friedrich Hermann farmer Kooringa 1897 Memorial 62/430

STOCKMANN, Christian Friedrich Hermann farmer formerly of Koonunga but now of Kapunda 1901 Application 24244

No 1 - likely to be the same person

STOCKMANN, Heinrich farmer Rowlands Flat 1848[-1854] Memorial 405/13

STOCKMANN, Heinrich Henry farmer near Auburn 1863[-1868] Memorial 172/215

STOCKMANN, Heinrich farmer formerly of Leasingham 1868 but now of Canowie 1871 Application 11736

STOCKMANN, Wilhelm farmer Jamestown 1899[-1902] Memorial 63/438

STOCKS, Frances of Adelaide formerly Frances DRIVER widow Pt Lincoln 1859 Memorial 6/149

No 1

STOCKS, James blacksmith Plympton 1852 Memorial 159/42

STOCKS, James blacksmith Bowden 1853 Memorial 194/47

STOCKS, James blacksmith Blakiston 1853 Memorial 113/54

No 1

STOCKS, Michael Esquire of Upper Shibden Hall, near Halifax, Yorks, England, purchased land in SA 1852 Memorial 441/42

STOCKS, Michael Esquire of Yorks, England, power of attorney to George MORPHETT Esquire of Rottingdean near Brighton, Sussex, England, about to proceed to SA, and by default to John Morphett Esquire Adelaide, to sell his Country Section 265, Survey B 29/5/1852 Deposit 78/OA

No 1

STOCKS, Samuel the Younger Esquire Adelaide (Hindley St) 1847 Memorial 180/228 Esquire formerly of Hindley St, but now of Pirie St Adelaide 1848 Memorial 180/228

STOCKS, Samuel the Younger merchant Adelaide. North Kapunda Mining Company Director 1849 Memorial 451/36

STOCKS, Samuel the Younger Esquire Adelaide, died 3/2/1850. He left his estate for the support and maintenance of his brother, Thomas Parker Stocks, apart from an annuity for life of £500 for their father, Samuel Stocks the Elder. Thomas Parker Stocks died 20/12/1853 Adelaide. Samuel Stocks the Elder died 9/3/1863 Memorial 221/228

No 1

STOCKS, Thomas Parker engineer now of Manchester but about to proceed to SA 1850 Memorial 181/228

STOCKS, Thomas Parker gentleman formerly of Bolton le Moor, Lancs, England now of Adelaide, son of Samuel Stocks Senr Esquire Adelaide 1851 Memorial 433/34

STOCKS, Thomas Parker engineer Manchester, Lancs, England, died 20/12/1853 unclear where. He had made his will 6/7/1850, just before he departed for SA. He had inherited an estate from Samuel Stocks the Younger, who had appointed George Strickland KINGSTON, John Charles BOARD and William PAXTON, trustees, to manage the estate until TP Stocks turned 21. TP Stocks’s executors, John ALLEN warehouseman Manchester, Lancs, and William ROUSE manufacturer Bradford, Yorks, power of attorney to Lavington GLYDE agent Adelaide, to sell the real estate and finalise the estate 10/7/1863 Deposit 27/1868

STOCKWELL, James farmer Stockwell 1859 Memorial 62/151

No 1

STOCKWELL, John carpenter Adelaide 1849[-1856] Memorial 197/16

STOCKWELL, John farmer Yankalilla 1861 Memorial 322/178

STOCKWELL, John carpenter formerly of Adelaide but now of Yankalilla 1865 Memorial 148/207

STOCKWELL, John farmer Yankalilla 1872 Application 12204

No 1

STOCKWELL, Samuel stableman Adelaide 1853. Yeoman Stockwell 1856 Enrolment 47/37

STOCKWELL, Samuel gentleman Adelaide 1853 Hundred of Moorooroo land grant Memorial 93/73

STOCKWELL, Samuel yeoman Hundred of Moorooroo 1855 Memorial 37/98

STOCKWELL, Samuel farmer Stockwell Creek 1855 Memorial 156/80

STOCKWELL, Samuel stockholder Stockwell 1856[-1859] Memorial 66/104

STOCKWELL, Samuel farmer Stockwell 1863 Memorial 279/188

No 1

STODDART, David carpenter Strathalbyn 1861 Application 2030

STODDART, David the Elder carpenter Strathalbyn, died 23/2/1880, of stomach cancer, aged 74. His widow, Christina Stoddart, died 1/9/1883, of morbus cordis, aged 52. Surviving children 1887 David Stoddart Junr storekeeper Mundalla, Helen FRENCH wife of William James Frence storekeeper Strathalbyn, and Elizabeth Stoddart spinster Strathalbyn Application 21308

STODDART/STODART, Mary Ann widow Nairne, died 9/2/1847 intestate. Her eldest son and heir at law, Thomas Stodart farmer Hundred of King, near Kapunda, was born on 2/4/1831. He died 23/8/1884 of stomach cancer, aged 43. Husband of Charlotte Jane Stodart. Mary Ann Stodart’s other son, John Stodart, was a storekeeper at Frewville in 1888. Her daughter, Mary Stodart, had married William Frederick HUGHES farmer Bleakside Hundred of Onkaparinga near Woodside. WF Hughes stated 1889 that he had been at his mother-in-law’s home daily at the time of her death Application 21629

STODART, Henry gentleman Adelaide 1854[-1881] Memorial 112/75

No 1

STODART, John and Thomas farmers Mt Charles 1859 Memorial 28/161

No 2

STODART, John of Victoria Square, Adelaide SA manager for the Squatting Agency and Finance Co Ltd of 375 Collins St, Melbourne Vic 1889 Memorial 180/400

No 1

STODART, Thomas farmer Mt Charles 1852 Deposit 37/1859

STODART, Thomas farmer Mt Charles 1855[-1859] Memorial 8/85

STODART, Thomas farmer Mt Charles. Hundred of Onkaparinga land grant 1860 Grant Book 1 Page 173 County Adelaide

STODART, Thomas farmer formerly of Mt Charles 1852 but now of Tothill Creek 1867 Application 8064

No 1

STODDART, David of Strathalbyn 1852 Memorial 91/47

STODDART, David carpenter Strathalbyn 1853 Memorial 259/57

STODDART, David joiner Strathalbyn 1855 Memorial 442/87

STODDART, David farmer Strathalbyn about to marry Christiana nee MCAINSH 1853. Marriage settlement drawn up Memorial 428/61

STODDART, David farmer Strathalbyn 1856 Memorial 152/111

No 2

STODDART, David storekeeper Mundalla 1889[-1890] Memorial 137/396

No 1

STODDART, James labourer Campbelltown 1870 Application 10991

No 2

STODDART, James coachman Walkerville 1872 Memorial 99/260

No 1 - the Elder and the Younger

STODDART, John bricklayer Norwood 1854 Memorial 93/76

STODDART, John bricklayer The Tiers 1856 Memorial 309/103

STODDART, John the Younger yeoman near Crafers 1877[-1888] Memorial 180/303, Application 21425

STODDART, Spencer David store assistant Mundulla. Hundred of Wirrega land grant 1911 Grant Book 7 Page 52 County Buckingham

No 1

STODDEN, Thomas miner Allen Creek 1854[-1863] Memorial 248/63

STODDEN, Thomas farmer near Kapunda 1866 Memorial 248/212

No 1

STOECKEL, Albert carter Adelaide 1853 Linked with Louis DEGENHARDT Memorial 7/61

STOECKEL, Albert carter [formerly of Adelaide but now of] Goodwood 1854 Memorial 453/78

STOECKEL, Albert farmer Goodwood 1854 Memorial 31/79

STOECKEL, Albert formerly carter Goodwood but now farmer Light River 1858 Memorial 34/133

STOECKEL, Albert farmer Section 93 Survey B [South Richmond] 1863 Memorial 323/189

No 1

STOECKEL, Carl Charles farmer Mt Torrens Hundred of Bagot land grant 1875 Grant Book 17 Page 230 County Eyre

STOECKEL, Carl farmer Sedan 1885 Memorial 201/364

STOECKEL, Friedrich farmer Rhine Villa 1889 Memorial 229/407

No 1

STOECKEL, Ludwig Theodor Albert farmer Goodwood, aged 26 1854 born Alteren, Hanover Application 11016

STOECKEL, Albert farmer near Mt Torrens 1872 Application 12119

STOECKEL, Ludwig Theodor Alfred Albert blacksmith and machinist Rhine Villa on the Murray Flats, became a bankrupt in 1882 Memorial 208/339

STOECKEL, Ludwig Theodor Alfred Albert linked with Section 108 Hundred of Angas Co Sturt 1883 Memorial 197/351

STOECKEL, Wilhelm farmer near Sedan 1886 Memorial 211/373

No 1 - perhaps the same person

STOKES, Alfred Finden of Pinda 1887 Memorial 247/383

STOKES, Alfred F physician and surgeon 24 Moseley St, Glenelg 1915 Memorial 13/473

STOKES, Alfred Joseph furniture manufacturer Queenstown 1923 Application 27226

No 1 - perhaps the same person

STOKES, CE of Mt Lofty 1876 Memorial 43/287

STOKES, Charles Edward 25 bachelor sheep farmer Conatto (Father: John Stokes) married Caroline Ada GILES 27 spinster Beaumond (Father: William Giles) on 12/6/1877 Stow Memorial Church Adelaide. Minister William Robert FLETCHER. Witnesses: Arthur M HARDY barrister Mt Lofty and Florence Giles no description Application 18294

STOKES, CE JP merchant Pt Augusta 1881 Memorial 22/334

STOKES, Charles Edward merchant Pt Augusta 1884[-1885] Memorial 47/357

STOKES, Charles Edward and Leonard Edward WOODMAN merchants Pt Augusta trading as AD T/VASSIE & Co, became bankrupts in 1886. The men listed a pastoral lease amongst their assets Memorial 38/377

STOKES, Charles Edward merchant Pt Augusta 1884 Application 20065

STOKES, CH of Nailsworth 1927 Memorial 163/496

STOKES, Charles William blacksmith Lower North Adelaide 1872 Application 11643

STOKES, Edward schoolmaster North Adelaide (Barton Tce) linked with Florence Stokes widow Glenelg (probably relict of the late Francis Herbert Stokes 1929 Memorial 149/501

No 1

STOKES, Francis Herbert 24 farmer Haverhill Melrose (Father: John Stokes) married Florence GILES 27 spinster Beaumont (Father: William Giles) on 3/9/1879 Stow Memorial Church Adelaide Minister: William Robert FLETCHER. Witnesses: John JERVOIS RE Adelaide, FW Stokes sheep farmer Glenelg and Edith Stokes of Glenelg Application 18294

STOKES, Francis Herbert student of divinity North Adelaide 1889[-1899] Memorial 163/399

STOKES, FJP of Amyton linked with John Stokes farmer Pinda 1896 Memorial 153/428

No 1

STOKES, Francis William gentleman Coonatto near Mt Remarkable 1860[-1864] Memorial 36/188

STOKES, Francis William stockholder Coonatto near Mt Remarkable 1865 Memorial 254/205

STOKES, Francis William stockholder Coonatto near Mt Remarkable. Melrose Anglican Church trustee 1865 Memorial 61/207

STOKES, Francis William Esquire Coonatto 1870[-1874] Memorial 208/249

STOKES, Francis William Esquire Adelaide 1877 Application 18621

STOKES, Francis William Esquire Mt Lofty 1878 Memorial 179/322

STOKES, Francis William sheep farmer Mt Lofty 1878 Application 16895

STOKES, Francis William sheepfarmer Coonatto Hundred of Willochra land grant 1882 Grant Book 24 Page 547 County Frome

No 1

STOKES, James plumber Kapunda 1850[-1854] Memorial 131/26

STOKES, James painter Kapunda 1854[-1867] Memorial 72/70

STOKES, James painter and glazier Allen Creek 1856 Memorial 227/100

STOKES, James farmer Kapunda 1860 Memorial 270/167

No 2

STOKES, James farmer Currency Creek early 1870s Application 26401

STOKES, John farmer Pekina 1877 Memorial 4/298

STOKES, John farmer Pinda trustee unnamed Wesleyan Methodist Church Hundred of Pinda land grant 1879 Grant Book 24 Page 589 County Frome

STOKES, John farmer Pinda 1896[-1897] Memorial 126/428

STOKES, John Patrick farmer Salter Springs Co Gawler. Hundred of Pekina land grant 1880 Grant Book 13 Page 161 County Dalhousie

STOKES, Josiah Marshall station manager Coralbignie Gawler Ranges 1870 Memorial 207/271

No 1

STOKES, Michael and Michael John Stokes farmers Morchard 1895 Memorial 19/425

STOKES, Michael John farmer Coomooroo. Hundred of Coomooroo land grant 1895 Book 13 Page 265 County Dalhousie

STOKES, Nellie of Victoria Square Adelaide 1897 Memorial 209/432

No 1

STOKES, Richard labourer Bethesden, Kent, born in 1809. He married Harriet COWELL in 1831 at Bethesden. The family arrived in SA in early 1839 and settled at Payneham. The Stokes children who emigrated included; James Stokes farmer Vectis East, near Horsham Vic (Born April 1832); Mary LLOYD wife of John Lloyd plumber Hawthorn Vic; Amelia WARBURTON wife of Charles Warburton farmer Payneham; Harriet BOWEN wife of James Bowen labourer Hawthorn Vic. Later children born in SA included Elizabeth WILLIAMS wife of Owen Williams labourer Le Fevre Peninsula; Richard Stokes labourer Stony Crossing near Swan Hill Vic; Thomas Stokes labourer Payneham; Louisa TAYLOR wife of Robert Taylor District Clerk D Council of Payneham. A number of children died in infancy. Harriet Stokes must have died at some stage. Richard Stokes’s second wife, Priscilla Stokes, died 26/8/1890 Elizabeth St, Payneham, of heart disease, aged 74. Nathaniel LOADER gardener Payneham 1890 arrived in SA later in 1839 and became firm friends with the Stokes family soon afterwards Application 21965

STOKES, Richard labourer Payneham 1870 Memorial 235/404

STOKES, Richard died 5/1/1886. His widow, Priscilla Stokes, died 26/8/1890. Family by 1890 included - James Stokes farmer Vectis East near Horsham Vic, Mary LLOYD wife of John Lloyd plumber Hawthorne Vic, Amelia WARBURTON wife of Charles Warburton farmer Payneham, Harriet BOWEN wife of James Bowen labourer Hawthorne Vic, Elizabeth WILLIAMS wife of Owen Williams labourer Le Fevre Peninsula, Richard Stokes labourer Stony Crossing near Swan Hill Vic, Thomas Stokes labourer Payneham and Louisa TAYLOR wife of Robert Taylor clerk of the district council Payneham Memorial 200/405

No 1

STOKES, Robert blacksmith Thebarton 1858[-1879] Memorial 10/145

STOKES, Robert the Elder of Thebarton 1886 Application 20942

STOKES, Robert blacksmith Thebarton, died 12/4/1891 Application 25862

STOKES, Robert blacksmith Kensington, died 12/4/1891. Executors; Walter Hemingway butcher Thebarton and Richard PADGET cabinetmaker Kensington 1910 Memorial 174/462

STOKES, Samuel chemist Norwood 1865 Memorial 127/202

STOKES, SS bootmaker Adelaide 1918. Links with Fanny L Stokes - his wife??? Application 28788

STOKES, William of Kapunda, Secretary of the Kapunda and Light Permanent Land Building and Investment Society formerly called the Kapunda Land Building and Investment Society 1904 Application 24864

STOKES, William George bootmaker Adelaide 1877 Application 16144

STOLLE, Carl Ludwig yeoman Tanunda 1851[-1857] Memorial 477/28

No 1

STOLTE, August gentleman Norwood 1853 Memorial 414/52

STOLTE, August labourer Kensington 1855 Memorial 255/86

STOLTE, August butcher Whirnenburg 1857 Memorial 295/114

STOLTE, William August gardener Kangarilla. Hundred of Kuitpo land grant 1909 Grant Book 2 Page 101 County Adelaide

STOLZ, Johann Lutheran minister Point Pass. Lake Killalpaninna Lutheran Mission trustee 1885 Memorial 153/378

STOLZE, Johann Carl Friedrich farmer Athelstone 1863 Application 3972

STONE, AC local accountant Savings Bank of SA Angaston 1923 Memorial 44/489

STONE, Albert Ernest labourer Reynella 1909 Application 25596

No 1

STONE, Albert Lawrence grazier Torrens Vale near Yankalilla 1939 Application 28207

STONE, Albert Lawrence farmer Torrens Vale 1945, a trustee for the estates of Richard Stone died 1/8/1899, his wife Eliza Stone died 27/7/1911, and their son Daniel Stone, who died 28/1/1913. Application 28404

STONE, Albert Lawrence farmer and grazier Torrens Vale 1960 Application 29384

STONE, Albert Percival grazier Torrens Vale, died 7/2/1935 North Adelaide. Executors; Kenneth Gordon CRAWFORD farmer Normanville and Albert Lawrence Stone farmer Torrens Vale Memorial 171/508

No 1

STONE, Alfred yeoman Pt Adelaide 1852 Memorial 293/40

STONE, Alfred labourer Pt Adelaide 1856[-1858] Memorial 7/111

No 1

ST0NE, Alfred carter Mitcham 1912 Application 26089

STONE, Alice widow Alberton 1849 Memorial 452/17

STONE, Allan Spurgeon farmer Bull Creek 1919[-1926] Memorial 16/478

STONE, Benjamin farmer Aldinga 1937 Application 28090

STONE, Benjamin Allen storekeeper Enfield 1851 Memorial 92/37

STONE, Bertie Alfred farmer Baroota 1899 Memorial 90/438

STONE, Catherine widow Ashbourne 1886 Memorial 159/377

STONE, Charles Colin draper Rose Park linked with Percival Rudolph Stone formerly draper Toorak but now a member of the AIF in the Mitcham Camp Mitcham 1917 Memorial 64/475

No 1

STONE, Colin draper Kapunda member of the Kapunda Skating Rink pt lot 11 on Section 1400 Hundred of Kapunda 1889 Memorial 6/398

STONE, Colin warehouseman Adelaide 1911 Memorial 121/464

No 1

STONE, Daniel farmer Tapley Hill Co Adelaide. Hundred of Koolunga land grant 1880 Grant Book 55 Page 187 County Stanley

STONE, Daniel farmer Tapley Hill Co Adelaide. Hundred of Oladdie land grant 1882 Grant Book 13 Page 311 County Dalhousie

STONE, Daniel farmer Hundred of Oladdie 1898 Memorial 38/434

No 2

STONE, Daniel farmer Torrens Vale Yankalilla, son of Richard Stone farmer Yankalilla 1884 Application 20370

STONE, Daniel and Richard farmers Torrens Vale 1894 Memorial 139/420

STONE, Daniel farmer Yankalilla. Hundred of Encounter Bay land grant 1896 Grant Book 36 Page 93 County Hindmarsh

STONE, Daniel sheep farmer Torrens Vale Hundred of Encounter Bay land grant 1902 Grant Book 36 Page 93 County Hindmarsh

STONE, Daniel farmer Torrens Vale 1912 Memorial 199/467

STONE, Daniel farmer Torrens Vale near Yankalilla, died 28/1/1913. Father of Albert Percival Stone and John Walter Stone farmers Torrens Vale, Ellen Bertha Stone spinster Victor Harbor and Mary Rose Stone spinster Torrens Vale Memorial 2 & 3/530

No 2

STONE, F of Brookman's Buildings, Adelaide 1935 Memorial 83/508

STONE, Francis Leonard of Adelaide about to beome publican of the Robin Hood Hotel, a new hotel at Norwood, at £4/10/- a week for 6 years and 3 months, from the owners the firm of SYME & SISON brewers Adelaide (partners - William Polhill WICKSTEED, Henry Strype ANTHONY and Andrew MCINTYRE of Adelaide) 1883 Memorial 81/354

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

STONE, Frederick labourer Alberton 1854 Memorial 183/66

STONE, Frederick stevedore Pt Adelaide 1858 Memorial 222/145

STONE, Frederick and Henry labourers Pt Adelaide 1871 Memorial 91/255

STONE, Frederick the Younger born 19/6/1850 Alberton, son of Frederick Stone the Elder labourer and Elizabeth MILES. Frederick Stone the Elder died 6/10/1860 intestate, from accidental drowning at sea near Pt Wakefield. His body was never recovered. His eldest son Frederick Stone the Younger inherited his estate as heir at law. Henry Stone labourer Pt Adelaide was probably a brother to Frederick Stone the Younger. Joseph Stone contractor Pt Adelaide was definitely a brother to Frederick Stone the Elder 1877 Application 16342

No 2

STONE, Frederick shoemaker North Adelaide 1864 Memorial 348/199

No 3

STONE, Frederick commission agent 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

STONE, Frederick gentleman formerly of Mt Barker but now in parts beyond the seas 1877 Memorial 175/304

No 1

STONE, George baker Adelaide (Hindley St) 1846[-1848] Memorial 423/11

No 2

STONE, George farmer The Meadows 1851[-1859] Memorial 497/38 Primitive Methodist member 1854 Memorial 487/77

STONE, George farmer The Meadows 1858 Application 69

No 3

STONE, George draper Adelaide took over Matilda Conigrave's upholstery business in Rundle St 1872 Memorial 154/263

STONE, George undertaker and upholsterer Adelaide 1881 Memorial 81/225
No 4

STONE, George labourer Pt Lincoln 1872 Memorial 168/261

STONE, George labourer Pt Lincoln 1876 Memorial 148/289

No 5

STONE, George farmer Baroota trustee unnamed Chapel and School Hundred of Baroota land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 696 County Frome

STONE, George farmer Baroota trustee unnamed Church Hundred of Baroota land grant 1891 Grant Book 24 Page 697 County Frome

STONE, H dairyman Yatala 1912 Application 26144

STONE, Harry out of business Junction Rd, Rosewater 1925 Application 27375

STONE, Henry farm servant O'Halloran Hill 1871 Memorial 137/252

STONE, Henry Thomas labourer Clare Co Stanley. Hundred of Pekina land grant 1877 Grant Book 13 Page 158 County Dalhousie

STONE, Hugh Kondo farmer Bull Creek 1927 Memorial 41/497

No 1

STONE, James labourer formerly of Adelaide 1838 but now of Nailsworth 1840 Application 10249

No 2

STONE, James yeoman Adelaide 1853 Memorial 28/55

STONE, James formerly yeoman Adelaide 1853 but now farmer Pt Gawler 1873 Application 12658

No 3 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

STONE, James farmer Bull Creek 1854[-1863] Memorial 137/78

STONE, James farmer Kondoparinga 1857 Memorial 90/118

STONE, James farmer Kondoparinga Hundred of Kondoparinga land grant 1865 Grant Book 36 Page 281 County Hindmarsh

STONE, James the Elder farmer Bull Creek 1867[-1868] Memorial 237/219

STONE, James the Elder farmer Bull Creek 1869[-1877] Application 10257, Application 16456

STONE, James the Elder and Younger farmers Bull Creek 1868[-1885] Memorial 47/231

STONE, James farmer Bull Creek 1890 Application 21969

No 4

STONE, James farmer near Gawler 1886 Memorial 49/379

STONE, James farmer Gawler West near Gawler linked with ST Stone 1886 Memorial 226/381

STONE, James farmer Gawler 1888 Application 21416

No 5 – perhaps a continuation of No 4

STONE, James farmer Gawler Hills Hundred of Willochra land grant 1882 Grant Book 24 Page 546 County Frome

No 1

STONE, James Doveton of Norwood 1866 Memorial 214/214

STONE, James Doveton artist Glenelg 1873 Memorial 198/264

STONE, James Doveton gentleman Pt Lincoln 1878 Memorial 156/313

No 1 - probably the same person

STONE, James Murch farmer Waitpinga 1874[-1876] Memorial 239/272

STONE, James Murch farmer Curramulka Curramulka township allotment land grant 1879[-1883] Grant Book 19 Page 367 County Fergusson

STONE, James Murch farmer Curramulka 1884[-1887] Memorial 213/356

STONE, Jeffrey Mervyn farmer Bull Creek 1949 Memorial 151/523

No 1

STONE, John farmer Bald Hills near Yankalilla Hundred of Waitpinga land grant 1864 Grant Book 37 Page 147 County Hindmarsh

No 2

STONE, John farmer Reynella 1919 Memorial 26/478

No 3

STONE, John and Walter farmers McHarg Creek 1901 Memorial 147/443

STONE, John Eley farmer Baroota 1894 Memorial 99/422

STONE, John William labourer Pt Adelaide 1892 Memorial 49/415

No 1

STONE, Joseph stevedore Alberton 1850[-1853] Memorial 403/20

STONE, Joseph stevedore Pt Adelaide 1856[-1892] Memorial 171/97

STONE, Joseph lighterman Portland Estate 1857[-1858] Memorial 232/126

STONE, Joseph stevedore Pt Adelaide Kingston (Hundred of Lacepede) township allotment land grant 1862 Grant Book 29 Page 210 County MacDonnell

STONE, Joseph stevedore Pt Adelaide 1864 Memorial 51/199

STONE, Joseph stevedore Portland Estate 1862 Application 3222

STONE, Joseph stevedore Pt Adelaide 1867 Application 8089

STONE, Joseph stevedore Pt Adelaide 1868 Application 9425

STONE, Joseph and Frederick brothers stevedores partnership Pt Adelaide date unknown. Since Frederick Stone died, Joseph Stone had sole management of their business affairs 1870 Application 10648

STONE, Joseph stevedore Pt Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hanson (later Farrell Flat Hundred of Hanson) township allotment land grant 1870 Grant Book 56 Page 297s County Stanley

STONE, Joseph formerly stevedore Lipson St, Pt Adelaide, but now of 6 Canonbury Lane, Canonbury Square, Islington, Middlesex, England, power of attorney to George Payne HODGE shipping agent Pt Adelaide, to administer his SA business affairs 8/7/1875 Deposit 20/1875

STONE, Joseph gentleman formerly of Pt Adelaide but now of Adelaide 1876 Memorial 70/289

No 2

STONE, Joseph contractor North Adelaide Co Adelaide. Minlaton township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 19 Page 195 County Fergusson

STONE, Joseph contractor North Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of Pirie land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 286 County Victoria

STONE, Joseph contractor North Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of Mundoora land grant 1878 Grant Book 14 Page 264 County Daly

No 3

STONE, Joseph sheep farmer Koolidie near Pt Lincoln 1883 Memorial 214/348

STONE, Keith farmer Virginia, aged 31 in 1954 , declared that he had lived in the area for 32 years. Virgina Institute trustee Application 29083

No 1

STONE, Levi farmer Tusmore 1853 Para Plains land purchase Memorial 59/54

STONE, Levi farmer Para Plains 1855 Memorial 24/91

STONE, Levi farmer Salisbury 1860 Memorial 229/170

STONE, Mervyn farmer Aldinga, a son of Thomas Watt Stone no description 1920 Application 26880

STONE, Nathan farmer Waitpinga 1865 Memorial 208/203

STONE, Reuben Richards mason near Springton 1862 Application 3690

No 1

STONE, Richard mason Yankalilla 1853 Memorial 54/66

STONE, Richard farmer Yankalilla 1853[-1869] Memorial 484/64

STONE, Richard farmer Torrens Vale 1863 Memorial 228/265

STONE, Richard farmer Yankalilla 1885 Application 20514

STONE, Richard and Daniel farmers Torrens Vale 1885 Application 20613

No 1

STONE, Robert sawyer Norwood 1851 Memorial 236/38

STONE, Robert formerly of Norwood but now golddigger Fryar Creek Vic 1855 Memorial 138/91

No 2

STONE, Robert plasterer Inglewood 1870 Memorial 68/244

No 1

STONE, Samuel farmer Plympton 1850 Memorial 129/23

STONE, Samuel farmer Black Forest 1852[-1853] Memorial 31/43 Hundred of Munno Para land grant 1853 Memorial 443/54

STONE, Samuel of the South Para 1853 Memorial 485/48

STONE, Samuel farmer Gawler Hills near Gawler 1856[-1876] Memorial 281/108

STONE, Samuel farmer Gawler West 1878 Memorial 146/308

STONE, Samuel gentleman Gawler South 1886 Memorial 241/377

STONE, Samuel gentleman Gawler West had died. Executors: James Ston farmer Gawler Hills, Samuel Thomas Stone farmer Willowie, Robert BARRIE farmer Willowie 1887 Application 21310

No 1

STONE, Samuel Thomas farmer Gawler Hills near Gawler 1876[-1877] Memorials 244/287 & 8/300

STONE, Samuel Thomas farmer formerly of the Gawler Hills near Gawler but now of Willowie 1887 Memorial 226/381

STONE, Samuel Thomas farmer Willowie Hundred of Willowie land grant 1896 Grant Book 24 Page 748 County Frome

No 1

STONE, Thomas shoemaker Happy Valley 1849 Memorial 286/17

STONE, Thomas yeoman Clarendon 1850[-1853] Memorial 172/25 Farmer Clarendon 1854[-1858] Memorial 18/69

STONE, Thomas farmer Clarendon 1863 Memorial 129/190

STONE, Thomas farmer formerly of Clarendon 1858 but now of O'Halloran Hill 1873 Application 12473

STONE, Thomas farmer Clarendon Hundred of Dalrymple land grant 1880 Grant Book 19 Page 142 County Fergusson

STONE, Thomas farmer O'Halloran Hill 1882 Memorial 201/343

No 2

STONE, Thomas labourer Findon 1852[-1854] Memorial 112/42

No 3

STONE, Thomas farmer Oladdie. Hundred of Oladdie land grant 1883 Grant Book 13 Page 311 County Dalhousie

No 1

STONE, Thomas Richard mariner Portland Estate 1876[-1881] Memorial 69/287

STONE, Thomas Richard formerly mariner Portland Estate but now dealer Adelaide 1883 Application 19580

No 1 - perhaps the same person

STONE, Thomas Watt farmer Bull Creek 1895 Memorial 219/423

STONE, Thomas Watt farmer Aldinga 1915 Memorial 59/472

STONE, Walter Henry gardener Cherry Gardens 1889 Memorial 134/398

No 1 - perhaps the same person

STONE, William of Adelaide 1860 Memorial 220/184

STONE, William storeman Adelaide 1869 Memorial 170/243

No 2

STONE, William farmer Gawler Hundred of Willochra land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 543 County Frome

No 1

STONE, William John farmer Bull Creek 1890 Application 21969

No 2

STONE, William John labourer Pt Adelaide 1892 Application 22418

STONEHAM, Frederick George Duncan licensed victualler Modbury 1888 Memorial 245/394

No 1

STONEHAM, William yeoman Little Para 1846 Memorial 5/69

Farmer Little Para 1847 Memorial 274/9

STONEHAM, William sawyer Houghton 1849 Memorial 434/21

STONEHAM, William publican Modbury 1862[-1866] Memorial 347/186

STONEHAM, William publican Modbury, died c1868. House and land at North Adelaide to his daughter Mary Ann ROYAL. Various other real estate in trust with his wife, Barbara Stoneham, to her use for life, then to their children in equal shares - Emily Maria Stoneham (later Mrs William Marshall GRAFTON), Alice Ellen Stoneham (later Mrs Charles Robert PHILLIS of Kent Town), William Charles Stoneham, Frederick George Duncan Stoneham, Andrew Reuben Stoneham. Mrs Barbara Stoneham remarried to James BUTLER, who had been one of the witnesses to William Stoneham's will. Was a daughter called Harriett Butler (later Mrs THYER then Mrs STEELE) born of the marriage?? 1892 Application 22228

STONEHOUSE, Edward farmer Yorketown trustee Show purposes Hundred of Melville land grant 1889 Grant Book 19 Page 86 County Fergusson

No 1

STONEHOUSE, Emily spinster Angaston 1881 Memorial 42/338

STONEHOUSE, Emily spinster Glenelg sometimes erroneously called Ellen Stonehouse 1882 Memorial 181/342

No 1

STONEHOUSE, George Protestant Minister Angaston 1847 Memorial 494/9

STONEHOUSE, George Protestant Minister Brighton 1849 Memorial 288/17

STONEHOUSE, George Protestant Minister formerly of Angaston but now of the Reedbeds 1857 Memorial 283/121

STONEHOUSE, George Minister of the Gospel Glenelg Pastor of the Uley Particular Baptist Chapel 1865 Memorial 81/206

STONEHOUSE, George minister of the gospel Providence Place near Adelaide, died 24/7/1871. Step-father of Rebecca CHITTENDEN spinster Providence Place, about to leave SA temporarily in 1873. Links with Emily Stonehouse spinster Plympton House, Plympton Memorial 70/298 & Deposit 55/1877

STONEHOUSE, Anna Maria married 10/5/1870 Wilton HACK. She was also one of the trustees for her father's will, the Rev'd George Stonehouse. Anna Maria Hack died 13/8/1911 Application 26132

No 1

STONEMAN, Christopher miller Yarcowie trustee unnamed Cemetery Hundred of Terowie Hundred of Terowie land grant 1875 Grant Book 40 Page 3 County Kimberley

STONEMAN, Christopher miller Yarcowie. Yarcowie (Hundred of Whyte) township allotment land grant 1876[-1878] Grant Book 60 Page 464 County Victoria

No 1

STONER, Henry farmer Boolcunda East trustee unnamed Church Hundred of Boolcunda Hundred of Boolcunda land grant 1884 Grant Book 49 Page 45 County Newcastle

STONER, Henry of Boolcunda 1885 Memorial 123/368

STONER, William labourer Strathalbyn Co Hindmarsh. Hundred of Freeling land grant 1897 Grant Book 58 Page 3 County Sturt

STOODLEY, Fred storekeeper Yongala 1880 Memorial 51/323

No 1

STOPP, Fritz farmer Mt Charles 1859 Memorial 65/150

STOPP, Friedrich farmer near Mt Charles 1860 Memorial 117/162

STOPP, Harry Melville school teacher Wellington 1948 Application 28610

STOPP, John Frederick storekeeper Swan Reach. Hundred of Nildottie land grant 1906 Grant Book 3 Page 4 County Albert

STOPP, Rudolph Carl locomotive superintendent Pt Wakefield changed his name to Richard Charles Stopp 1918 Memorial 94/476

STORCH, Carl August Heinrich tanner Grünthal, died 21/1/1880. He gave Carl Samuel Hermann Storch his son the responsibility to make over half of his business to Wilhelm Albert Storch his other son and to pay the testator's daughter, Natalie Emilie Hulda Storch, £300 out of the estate Memorial 122/320

STORCH, Carl Samuel Hermann farmer Verdun (formerly Grünthal). Trustee St Michael Lutheran Church Ambleside (formerly Hahndorf] 1932 Application 27837

STORCH, Richard Alfred Heinrich farmer Ambleside (formerly Hahndorf). Trustee St Michael Lutheran Church Hahndorf 1931 Application 27837

No 1

STOREN, Michael labourer Hamilton on the Light Co Light. Hundred of Mannanarie land grant 1877 Grant Book 13 Page 73 County Dalhousie

No 2

STOREN, Michael draper Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of Parilla land grant 1909 Grant Book 12 Page 94 County Chandos

No 1 - probably the same person

STORER, John formerly of Adelaide but now farmer Dry Creek 1846[-1848] Memorial 104/7 Was there a family link with Thomas DAYMAN farmer Dry Creek? Memorial 105/7

STORER, John farmer Kensington 1852 Memorial 238/41

STORER, John farmer Magill Road 1860 Memorial 31/162

STORER, John farmer formerly of Kensington but now of Salisbury 1861 Memorial 256/175

No 1

STORER, Josiah gentleman Adelaide. Pt Elliot land purchase 1854 Memorial 368/74

STORER, Josiah of Pt Elliot, died c 1855. He left his whole estate to his wife, Sarah Storer, absolutely. Sarah Storer remarried c1859, Boucher WELCH gentleman Pt Elliot. Marriage settlement Memorials 334/103, 176/154

STORER, Thomas George took out a mineral licence in partnership on land 'southerly of Mt Craig' 1887 Memorial 218/388

STOREY, John master mariner Pt Adelaide 1877 Memorial 170/302

No 1

STOREY, William mailman Yackamoorundie Co Stanley. Hundred of Bundaleer land grant 1873 Grant Book 60 Page 69 County Victoria

STOREY, William mailman Yackamoorundie. Hundred of Yackamoorundie land grant 1881[-1883] Grant Book 56 Page 96 County Stanley

STORR, Edwin tailor Adelaide 1928 Memorial 126/501

STORR, James painter and glazier Adelaide 1852 Memorial 406/39

STORR, Robert machinist Pt Broughton. Hundred of Mundoora land grant 1902 Grant Book 14 Page 271 County Daly

No 1

STORR, William Primitive Methodist preacher Adelaide 1847 Memorial 437/8

STORR, William minister of the gospel Mt Barker and Bridget Storr his wife 1849 Memorial 108/18

STORR, William Primitive Methodist preacher Mt Barker 1849[-1850] Memorial 493/13

STORR, William farmer Pt Gawler, died 2/11/1870 Pt Gawler, of chronic diarrhoea, aged 56. His widow, Bridget Storr, was living at Mt Barker again by 1874 Application 13339

No 2

STORR, William farmer Hundred of Barossa Co Adelaide near Williamstown 1865 Memorial 40/209

No 1

STORRIE, James of Adelaide 1855 Memorial 339/91

STORRIE, James mercantile clerk Adelaide 1856 Memorial 109/105

STORRIE, James merchant's clerk Adelaide 1860 Memorial 90/168

STORRIE, James accountant Adelaide 1861[-1868]Memorial 73/176

STORRIE, James of 19 Currie St, Adelaide 1864 Application 5109

STORRIE, James and William of 19 Currie St, Adelaide 1866 Memorial 202/210

STORRIE, James merchant Glenelg 1870 Memorial 212/246

STORRIE, James merchant Adelaide 1876 Memorial 151/295

STORRIE, James merchant Woodside linked with William Storrie the Younger accountant Glenelg 1896 Memorial 200/428

No 1 - probably the same person

STORRIE, William gentleman Adelaide 1862 Memorial 335/181

STORRIE, William clerk Adelaide 1875 Memorial 228/291

No 1

STORY, George gardener Mitcham 1856[-1858] Memorial 153/145

STORY, George gardener Fourth Creek 1861 Application 2246

No 1

STORY, John teamster Yacka Hundred of Yackamoorundie land grant 1880 Grant Book 56 Page 93 County Stanley

No 2

STORY, John farmer Coolanie Franklin Harbour Co Jervois 1885[-1886] Memorial 110/373

STORY, John farmer Miltalie trustee School Hundred of Miltalie Hundred of Miltalie land grant 1892 Grant Book 39 Page 134 County Jervois

STORY, Thomas farmer Ellowhill Franklin Harbour 1897 Memorial 140/430

No 1

STORY, William labourer Glen Osmond 1852 Memorial 98/46

STORY, William labourer Glen Osmond 1861 Application 2196

No 2

STORY, William the Younger farmer Gulnare 1886 Memorial 192/373

STORY, William the Younger farmer Gulnare South 1888 Memorial 176/393

STORY, William farmer Crystal Brook Co Victoria. Hundred of Roby land grant 1911 Grant Book 6 Page 23 County Buccleuch FIND – PERHAPS HERE?

No 3

STORY, William labourer Stepney 1908 Application 25401

STORY, William George plasterer Adelaide 1850 Memorial 92/20

STORY, William George farmer Yackamoorundie(Is this place near Georgetown?) 1884 Application 20158

No 1

STOTHERS, John farmer near Hamilton on the Light 1877 Memorial 186/299

STOTHERS, John died 2/10/1877 intestate. Letters of administration to his wife, Ann Strothers of near Hamilton on the Light, to settle the estate Memorial 240/322

STOTT, Alfred Francis Winchester farmer Sheaoak Log 1947 Memorial 146/521

No 1

STOTT, James blacksmith formerly of Glen Osmond Road near Adelaide 1855 but now of near Templers 1867. His blacksmith son, James Winchester Stott, who worked with his father in 1855 was in business for himself at Gawler in 1867 Application 8243

STOTT, James blacksmith Alma Plains Owen township allotment land grant 1881 Grant Book 27 Page 444 County Gawler

No 2

STOTT, James the Younger machinist Alma Hundred of Dalkey land grant 1882 Grant Book 26 Page 241 County Gawler

No 3 FIND LAND GRANT CHECK RUN

STOTT, James farmer Yongala. Hundred of Morgan land grant 1881 Grant Book 13 Page 415 County Dalhousie

STOTT, James farmer Hundred of Cavenagh Co Herbert 1890 Memorial 147/405

No 1

STOTT, JE accountant Adelaide 1906 Memorial 193/454

STOTT, James Edgar accountant Adelaide 1915[-1920] Memorial 92/473

STOTT, James Edgar accountant Pirie St, Adelaide 1917 Application 26345

No 1

STOTT, James Winchester son of James Stott both blacksmiths Glen Osmond Road 1855 Memorial 248/92

STOTT, James W of the Hundred of Alma 1875 Memorial 104/280

STOTT, James Winchester machinist Alma linked with William Stott of Minburra 1885 Memorial 44/368

No 1

STOTT, John printer Adelaide (Rundle St) 1849 Memorial 406/18

No 2

STOTT, John butcher Hindmarsh 1874 Application 13462

No 3

STOTT, John labourer near Georgetown. Hundred of Yangya land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 89 County Victoria

STOTT, John of Gladstone North Co Victoria. Hundred of Eurelia land grants 1882 Grant Book 13 Page 380 County Dalhousie

STOTT, John farmer Eurelia. Hundred of Eurelia land grant 1886 Grant Book 13 Page 385 County Dalhousie

No 1

STOTT, Joseph shoemaker Black Springs 1861 Memorial 63/173

STOTT, Joseph bootmaker Yongala 1879 Memorial 96/317

No 2 - possibly a continuation of No 1

STOTT, Joseph farmer Black Springs 1874 Application 13871

No 3 - possibly the same person

STOTT, Thomas farmer Gumeracha 1859 Memorial 90/167

STOTT, Thomas licensed victualler Gumeracha 1895 Memorial 53/425

STOTT, Luke farmer Inglewood Hundred of Minlacowie land grant 1886 Grant Book 19 Page 257 County Fergusson

STOTT, William of Minburra 1885 Memorial 44/368

STOUT, John grocer Adelaide 1883[-1890] Memorial 157/350

STOVER, Gottfried Wilhelm Heinrich labourer near Truro 1897 Grant Book 17 Page 33 County Eyre

No 1

STOW, Augustine gentleman Felixstow 1859 Memorial 231/152

STOW, Augustine Esquire formerly of Felixstow but now of Sydney NSW 1873 Memorial 56/266

STOW, Augustine Registrar of Probates and Public Trustee Miller St, North Unley, died 29/5/1903, of degeneration of the cerebral vessels and apoplexy, aged 69 Application 25368

STOW, Edward labourer Hope Valley 1888[-1897] Memorial 126/389, Application 23314

No 1

STOW, FL articled clerk Adelaide 1890 Memorial 198/406

STOW, FL solicitor Strathalbyn 1899 Memorial 244/437

STOW, James teamster Hope Valley 1906 Application 25250

No 1

STOW, Jefferson Rickman farmer Felixstow 1853[-1855] linked with the Rev'd Thomas Quinton Stow Minister of the Gospel Felixstow Memorial 17/60

STOW, Jefferson Rickman farmer formerly of Felixstow but now of Bendigo Vic 1857 Memorial 152/116

STOW, Jefferson Rickman storekeeper Wallaroo. Wallaroo (Hundred of Wallaroo) township allotment land grant 1861 Grant Book 14 Page 2 County Daly

STOW, Jefferson Rickman gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now of Narracoorte 1891 Memorial 89/408

No 1 - probably the same person

STOW, JW clerk Savings Bank of SA Adelaide 1875 Memorial 96/280

STOW, John Wycliffe gentleman Adelaide 1883 Memorial 78/347

STOW, Joseph and William farmers Hope Valley 1897 Application 23314

STOW, Joseph Henry labourer Hope Valley 1879[-1895] Memorial 89/314, Application 22850

No 1

STOW, PR clerk to Messrs BUNDY & DASHWOOD solicitors Adelaide 1876 Memorial 115/294

STOW, PR solicitor Adelaide (Waymouth St) 1883 Memorial 231/347

STOW, Percival Randolph barrister and solicitor Adelaide (Clifton Chambers, King William St) 1906 Memorial 242/459

No 1

STOW, Randolph I clerk to Messrs BARTLEY & BAKEWELL solicitors Adelaide (North Tce) 1851 Memorial 18/275

STOW, Randolph Isham gentleman Adelaide and Frances Mary Stow his wife formerly Frances Mary MACDERMOTT 1855 Memorial 126/92

STOW, Randolph Isham gentleman Adelaide, died. He left his entire estate to his wife, Frances Mary Stow 1881 Application 18700

No 1

STOW, William labourer Hope Valley 1876 Memorial 48/396

STOW, William labourer Hope Valley 1906 Application 25250

No 1

STOW, Wycliffe clerk to Messrs BARTLEY, BAKEWELL & STOW solicitors Adelaide 1855[-1859] Memorial 251/88

STOW, Wycliffe gentleman Felixstow 1859 Memorial 230/152

STOW, Wycliffe clerk to RI Stow solicitor Adelaide 1860 Memorial 118/163

STOW, Wycliffe clerk Burnside 1868 Memorial 108/231

STOW, Wycliffe formerly clerk Burnside 1868 now gentleman Barossa 1872 Application 11994

STOW, Wycliffe Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now of the Northern Territory 1872 Memorial 55/263

STOW, WJ clerk Morphett Vale 1890 Memorial 88/401

STOWE, Albert out of business Hope Valle, aged 67 in 1939, declared that he was born in Hope Valley and had lived there all his life Application 28196

No 1

STOWE, James Acton painter Strathalbyn 1932 Memorial 145/505

STOWE, James Acton painter Strathalbyn, aged over 80 years in 1949. He declared that he had lived in Strathalbyn for over 60 years Application 28626

STOWE, James George painter Adelaide 1874[-1879] Memorial 105/273

STOWE, Joseph Henry labourer Hope Valley 1896 had been living in the area since at least 1879 Application 23152

No 1

STOYEL, James gentleman Brompton 1868 Application 9382

STOYEL, James Bible Christian Minister Brompton 1870 Memorial 65/249

STOYEL, James Bible Christian minister Willunga 1876 Memorial 152/323

STOYEL, James Bible Christian Minister Willunga 1873 Application 12902

STOYEL, James Minister of the Gospel Fullarton 1880 Application 18321

STOYEL, William Gilbert accountant Hawker St, Brompton 1927, declared that he was the Secretary of the Metropolitan Brick Company Ltd, whose registered office was at Hawker St, Brompton Application 27598

STRACHAN, AH hotel steward Victor Harbor 1953 Memorial 151/528

No 1

STRACHAN, Allan James grazier Golden Grove 1930[-1938] Memorial 145/503, Application 28112

STRACHAN, Allan James grazier Eden Valley 1972 Application 29853

No 1

STRACHAN, George contractor Copperhouse Hundred of Yackamoorundie land grant 1880 Grant Book 56 Page 91 County Stanley

No 2

STRACHAN, George Council employee 25 Shipster Road, Kensington linked with William John Strachan gardener formerly of Langhorne Creek but now of The Finniss 1942 Memorial 58/516

No 1

STRACHAN, Robert George fisherman Milang 1894 Memorial 129/423

STRACHAN, Robert George fisherman Milang, died 5/1/1896, Husband of Amelia Marjory Strachan. Estate worth £180, including two fishing vessels Ada and Petrel Memorial 42/490

No 1

STRACHAN, Roland of Adelaide agent of the New Zealand Loan and Mercantile Agency Co Ltd 1886 Memorial 237/378

STRACHAN, Roland woolmerchant Adelaide 1896 Memorial 231/429

STRACHAN, Roland late Manager of the New Zealand Loan and Mercantile Agency Co Ltd Adelaide Branch, now provisional official liquidator of the said firm 1896 Application 23102

No 1

STRACHAN, William John labourer Angas Plains 1926 Memorial 200/507

STRACHAN, William John gardener Langhorne Creek 1938 Memorial 27/513

STRACHAN, William John gardener formerly of Langhorne Creek but now of The Finniss 1942 Memorial 58/516

STRAFFORD, Richard bootmaker East Auburn and Emma Strafforf his wife 1861 Application 2799

No 1

STRANG, James, Matthew and William Stephenson Strang cabinetmakers Parkside 1877 Memorials 243 & 244/299

STRANG, James cabinetmaker Parkside 1882 Application 19043

STRANG, Herbert Edward cutter Wayville Co Adelaide. Hundred of Peake land grant 1908 Grant Book 6 Page 52 County Buccleuch

STRANG, Lilian Charlotte married woman Hope Valley 1947 Application 28536

No 1

STRANG, Matthew cabinetmaker Adelaide 1855 Memorial 133/95

STRANG, Matthew cabinetmaker Parkside 1867[-1877] Memorials 43/224 & 217/277

STRANG, Matthew and William Stephenson cabinetmakers Parkside 1884 Memorial 224/358

STRANG, Matthew and William Stephenson cabinetmakers Parkside 1884 Application 20156

STRANG, Matthew formerly cabinetmaker Adelaide but now out of business Parkside 1901. Father of Jessie TURNER wife of Benjamin Turner of Perth WA Application 24161

STRANG, William manager Commercial Bank of SA Mt Gambier 1880 Memorial 19/326

STRANG, William Stephenson cabinetmaker Parkside 1881 Memorial 223/329

STRANGE, Henry market gardener Cherry Gardens 1909[-1914] Memorial 146/462

STRANGE, John farmer Section 2283 Co Adelaide 1851 Memorial 143/32

No 1

STRANGE, John Sida died 4/1/1876 Yorke St, Sale Vic. He left his entire estate, including Section 2283 Co Adelaide, to his wife, Priscilla Sida Strange. 7/8/1883, she sold the SA land to William Haines Clerk of the DC of Tea Tree Gully. Application 27714

STRANGE, John Sida formerly farmer Section 2283 Co Adelaide 1851, died 4/1/1876 Yorke St, Sale Vic. He left his estate to his wife, Priscilla Strange Application 27714

STRANGE, William Stephenson carpenter Parkside 1882 Application 19043

STRANGMAN, Cecil Lucius medical practitioner Orroroo. Hundred of Walloway land grant 1897 Grant Book 13 Page 228 County Dalhousie

STRANGWAY, John farmer Salisbury 1852 Memorial 41/50

STRANGWAYS, Alice spinster Kensington, daughter of the late Giles Edward Strangways, died 24/2/1919. She left her estate to her sister, Catherine Emily Strangways spinster Kensington. At that time, their brother George Strangways was out of business at Woolbrook NSW, brother Ludlow Edmund Strangways was a civil servant of Kensington Application 26902

No 1

STRANGWAYS, Giles Edward of Encounter Bay 1844, one of the 7 younger children of Elisheba Strangways widow of Gascoigne Place, Plymouth, Devon, widow of Henry Strangways. Trustees for her marriage settlement included Thomas BEWES Esquire Beaumont Plymouth, and Henry Bull Strangways of Shapwick Somerset. He received £1,714/5/8 from the trustees Memorial 296/4

STRANGWAYS, Giles Edward surveyor Hindmarsh Valley 1859 Memorial 332/159

STRANGWAYS, Giles Edward gentleman Roseberry near Adelaide 1899 Memorial 85/437

STRANGWAYS, Giles Edward gentleman Kensington 1902 Memorial 38/445

STRANGWAYS, Giles Edward died 24/2/1906. His widow, Kate Mary Strangways, died 9/9/1914. Links with Cordelia Elizabeth Mary Strangways spinster Shapwick, Somerset, England, Catherine Emily Strangways spinster Kensington, Alice Strangways spinster Kensington, Ludlow Edmond Strangways civil servant Glenelg, George Strangways miner Timbarra Tenterfield NSW and Henry William Strangways gentleman Sydney NSW 1915 Memorial 96/473

STRANGWAYS, Giles Edward gentleman Kensington, died 24/2/1906. Husband of Kate Mary Strangways. Father of George Strangways out of business Woolbrook NSW. Estate worth £507. Cordella Strangways spinster Kensington, died c1916. Ludlow Edward Strangways civil servant Glenelg probably a son 1916 Memorials 187 & 193/478

STRANGWAYS, Giles Edward surveyor Adelaide married Kate Mary KIRBY spinster Adelaide on 26/2/1845 Adelaide. Minister: Francis MURPHY RC Bishop of Adelaide. Witnesses: William HJ KIRBY and Nick Boys BULL. GE Strangways died 24/2/1906 Maesbury Place, Kensington, of senile decay, aged 87. Kate Mary Strangways died 9/9/1914 Maesbury Place, Kensington, of pleurisy and senility, aged 88. Born in Dublin, she had emigrated to SA 74 yeas ago., Married at age 19. 3 sons and 2 daughters alive; 3 daughters deceased. Children - Cordelia Strangways; Helen Matilda Strangways (deceased) married Edward KELLY; Catherine Strangways; Alice Strangways (deceased); Ludlow Edmond Strangways civil servant formerly of Glenelg now of Kensington; George Strangways miner Timbarra Tenterfield NSW; Henry William Strangways gentleman Sydney NSW Application 26801

No 1

STRANGWAYS, Henry Bull Templer Esquire Shapwick, Somerset, England 1857 Memorial 140/122

STRANGWAYS, Henry Bull Templer Esquire Adelaide 1858 Memorial 311/141

STRANGWAYS, Henry Bull Templer Esquire Glenelg 1860 Memorial 30/164

STRANGWAYS, HB solicitor Adelaide 1870 Memorial 46/247

STRANGWAYS, Hon Henry Bull Templer of Shapwick, Somerset, England, died 11/2/1920 Memorial 85/483

No 1

STRANGWAYS, Lavinia Albina widow Mt Barker relict of the late Thomas Bewes Strangways, who died 23/2/1859. Her brother, Charles William FOWLER gentleman Adelaide, became trustee of her late husband's will Memorials 218 & 219/275

STRANGWAYS, Lavinia Albina widow Mt Barker relict of the late Thomas Bewes Strangways now deceased 1878 Memorial 16/310

No 1

STRAPPS, Samuel engineer and iron founder Adelaide (Currie St) 1878[-1879] Memorial 109/309

STRAPPS, Samuel ironfounder Adelaide (Currie St) 1902 Application 24377

STRAPPS, Samuel ironfounder Adelaide (Currie St), died 16/8/ 1913. Father of William Strapps ironfounder Fullarton Estate Memorial 154/469

No 1

STRAPPS, William salesman Adelaide 1858[-1864] Memorial 248/136

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

STRAPPS, William labourer Adelaide 1859 Memorial 72/150

STRATFORD, George Thomas labourer South Road near Adelaide and Mary Ann Stratford his wife 1872 Memorial 159/261

STRATFORD, H bootmaker Kensington 1887 Application 21288

No 1

STRATFORD, John shepherd The Bremer 1856 Memorial 292/112

STRATFORD, John of near Mt Muirhead 1888 Memorial 231/392

No 1

STRATFORD, William Henry and John Brodie SPENCE both of Adelaide purchased the Home Vineyard Section 1055 East Torrens District 90 acres with 'the dwellinghouse, winestorehouses and the buildings thereon' from Patrick AULD winegrower Auldana Vineyard for £1,670/19/10 in 1869 Memorial 118/244

STRATFORD, William Henry acountant E S &A Bank Adelaide 1878 Memorial 111/310

STRATH, AG keeper Palmerston Gaol Fannie Bay Pt Darwin NT 1905 Memorial 199/453

STRATHERN, Daniel of Hunter’s Land Old Kilpatrick, Co Dumbarton, Scotland, power of attorney to Samuel TOMKINSON Manager of the Bank of Australasia Adelaide, to sell land near Adelaide for him 15/12/1877 Deposit 161/1878

No 1

STRATON, Edward baker Palmerston Northern Territory, about to visit other parts of Australia, power of attorney to John Straton of Palmerston to manage his Northern Territory business affairs 15/11/1882 Deposit 209/1883

STRATON, Edward baker and John no description both of Palmerston in the Northern Territory 1883 Memorial 21/353 & Deposit 209/1883

STRATTON, Alfred Rowden 24 stone mason Adelaide (Father: Charles Stratton) married Emma Jane TROTT 21 spinster Belair (Father: Charles Trott) on 8/9/1881 St John’s Coromandel Valley. Witnesses: James Trott farmer Tapley Hill and Mary Trott of Belair. The Strattons afterwards lived at Parkside Application 18838

No 1

STRATTON, Charles farmer Sandy Creek 1851 Memorial 437/30

STRATTON, Charles gentleman Adelaide 1852[-1853] Memorial 149/42

STRATTON, Charles miner Adelaide 1887 Memorial 75/389

No 1 - perhaps the same person

STRATTON, William of Adelaide 1852 Memorial 480/45

STRATTON, William blacksmith Adelaide 1856 Memorial 71/108

STRATTON, William Corporation officer Adelaide 1859 Memorial 239/148

STRATTON, William rate collector Adelaide 1873[-1877] Memorial 119/270

STRATTON, William of North Adelaide and Sarah Ann Stratton his wife 1880 Memorial 107/354

STRATTON, William of McKinnon Parade North Adelaide 1881 Application 18392

No 1

STRAUBE, Friedrich Ernst Eduard schoolmaster Dalkey Co Gawler. Hundred of Narridy land grant 1878[-1882] Grant Book 60 Page 257 County Victoria

STRAUBE, Friedrich Ernst Eduard schoolmaster Dalkey Co Gawler. Hundred of Pekina land grant 1882 Grant Book 13 Page 166 County Dalhousie

STRAUBE, Friedrich Ernst Eduard farmer Narridy Co Victoria. Hundred of Pekina land grant 1883 Grant Book 13 Page 168 County Dalhousie

STRAUSS, Albert, Johann Adolph and Otto Ferdinand farmers Sommerfeld 1880 Memorial 42/324

No 1

STRAUSS, Andreas Friedrich and Johann Adolph Strauss farmers Blumberg 1858 Memorial 41/138

STRAUSS, Andreas Friedrich farmer Blumberg, died 1871. He left his entire estate (including an expected bequest from Germany) in trust for his wife, Auguste Strauss, for life, then to the testator's fourth son, Adolph Strauss of Blumberg, who had taken care of his father until he died Memorial 217/255

No 1 - perhaps the same person

STRAUSS, Carl Wilhelm blacksmith Blumberg 1853 Memorial 93/54

STRAUSS, Carl Wilhelm labourer Lobethal 1855 Memorial 124/93

STRAUSS, Carl Wilhelm farmer Blumberg Co Adelaide. Hundred of Finniss land grant 1882 Grant Book 58 Page 40 County Sturt

STRAUSS, Carl farmer Mannum Hundred of Finniss land grant 1878 Grant Book 58 Page 32 County Sturt

No 1

STRAUSS, Friedrich Rudolph brickmaker and Strauss, Ferdinand carpenter both of Lobethal 1849 Memorial 141/28

STRAUSS, Friedrich Rudolf brickmaker, Otto Ferdinand carpenter and Johann Adolph labourer all of Lobethal 1855 Memorial 123/93

STRAUSS, Friedrich Rudolf farmer Blumberg 1856[-1862] Memorial 242/116

STRAUSS, Friedrich Rudolph labourer Bumburnie near Clare Hundred of Boucaut land grant 1882 Grant Book 55 Page 41 County Stanley

STRAUSS, Friedrich Rudolf farmer Condowie Plains 1887[-1892] Memorial 214/382

STRAUSS, Gotthelf Adolph and Johann Adolph Strauss farmers Sommerfeld 1900 Memorial 210/439

STRAUSS, Johann Adolph farmer Blumberg Co Adelaide. Hundred of Tungkillo land grant 1879 Grant Book 58 Page 287 County Sturt

STRAUSS, Johann Reinhold farmer Sommerfeldt Hundred of Finniss land grant 1900 Grant Book 58 Page 49 County Sturt

No 1 – the Elder

STRAUSS, Otto Ferdinand farmer Blumberg Co Adelaide. Hundred of Tungkillo land grant 1879 Grant Book 58 Page 287 County Sturt

STRAUSS, Otto Ferdinand farmer Straussberg Hundred of Tungkillo 1894 Memorial 154/424

STRAUSS, Otto Ferdinand farmer Straussberg Hundred of Tungkillo, died 7/1/1895. Husband of Anna Elisabeth Strauss (died 17/11/1894). Brother to Johann Adolf Strauss farmer Sommerfeld. Father of Johann Reginald Strauss farmer Sommerfeld and four unnamed daughters Memorial 113/425

STRAUSS, Otto Ferdinand farmer Straussberg Hundred of Tungkillo, died 7/1/1895. His wife, Anna Elisabeth Strauss, who had a life interest in trust in his estate after his death, had already died on 17/11/1894. Children to share in the division of the estate absolutely in remainder expectant included the eldest son, Otto Ferdinand Strauss farmer Sommerfeld and the youngest son, Johann Reginald Strauss farmer Sommerfeld, and OF Strauss the Elder's four daughters - Maria Bertha PONTT, Johanne Elisabeth WINTER, Amelia Juliana MACZKOWIAK??? and Blondine Gustine REICHEL. OF Strauss's brother, Johann Adolph Strauss farmer Sommerfeld, was one of the executors Application 22961

No 1 – the Younger

STRAUSS, Otto Ferdinand [formerly the Younger] farmer Sommerfeld. Hundred of Finniss land grant 1900 Grant Book 58 Page 49 County Sturt

STRAWBRIDGE, Arthur labourer Franklin Harbour. Cowell (Hundred of Playford) township allotment land grant 1896 Grant Book 39 Page 84 County Jervois

STRAWBRIDGE, Eliza Stockholm of Kangaroo Island 1884 Memorial 219/359

No 1

STRAWBRIDGE, John brushmaker Magill 1854[-1855] Memorial 146/70

No 2 - perhaps the same person

STRAWBRIDGE, John mason Kapunda 1857[-1858] Memorial 237/120

STRAWBRIDGE, John William mason Kapunda 1892 Memorial 206/415

STRAWBRIDGE, John James mason Pt Pirie and STRAWBRIDGE, Alfred Edward mason Kapunda 1899 Application 23834

No 1 - the Elder

STRAWBRIDGE, William of 92 King William St, Adelaide 1865 Memorial 43/207

STRAWBRIDGE, William clerk to Messrs KNOX & THRUPP solicitors Adelaide 1868 Memorial 164/229

STRAWBRIDGE, William the Elder of Norwood 1869[-1878] Memorial 128/240

STRAWBRIDGE, William gentleman Norwood Quorn (Hundred of Pichi Richi) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 49 Page 5 County Newcastle

No 2 - perhaps the Younger

STRAWBRIDGE, William of HM Civil Service North Adelaide, about to depart the province for a time, power of attorney to to Kingsman St Barbe MILLER no description to manage his SA business affairs 15/12/1882 Deposit 16/1883

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

STRAWBRIDGE, William civil servant Medindie 1884 Memorial 10/356

STRAWBRIDGE, William Hartland grazier Kingscote Kangaroo Island 1907 Grant Book 11 Page 46 County Carnarvon

No 1

STREAIR, William stone mason Upper Dry Creek 1849[-1855] Memorial 168/19

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

STREAIR, William stone mason Adelaide 1852 Memorial 205/45

STREAIR, William farmer Gawler River 1852 Memorial 50/46

STREAIR, William butcher near Gawler 1858 Memorial 106/136

STREAIR, William butcher Bassett Town near Gawler, became a bankrupt 1858 Memorial 247/137

STREER, William gardener Stirling East 1880 Application 18231

No 1

STREET, Clara spinster Clare 1940, declared that she had cleaned out the house of Michael NEIL labourer Clare afer he had died on 8/3/1938. Linked with Annie Street married woman Clare Application 28210

STREET, Clara spinster Clare 1958, daughter of the late Mrs Annie Street, who died 24/11/1942, and niece of Michael NEIL, who died in 1938 Application 29305

STREET, John farmer Eurilpa 1887 Memorial 243/386

No 1

STREETER, Benjamin yeoman Kensington 1850[-1851] Memorial 242/25

STREETER, Benjamin yeoman Marryatville 1855[-1857] Memorial 157/80

No 1

STREETER, George farmer Plympton linked with Stephen Streeter labourer Plympton 1896 Memorial 139/427

STREETER, George farmer Plympton 1896 Application 27302

No 1

STREETER, James labourer Section 346 near Adelaide 1840 Memorial 254/1 He probably worked for William MALPAS, who owned the land. Labourer St Bernards 1848[-1853] Memorial 296/13

STREATER, James labourer St Bernards 1852 Memorial 455/40

STREETER, James joiner formerly of St Bernards but now of East Payneham 1859 Memorial 249/152

STREETER, Richard cabinetmaker Plympton 1878 Memorial 121/315

No 1

STREETER, Stephen coachman Plympton 1877 Memorial 17/297

STREETER, Stephen labourer Plympton 1896 Application 23111

STREETER, Stephen labourer Plympton, died 14/3/1934 Memorial 138/507

No 1

STREETER, William labourer Preliminary Section 87 1850[-1853] Memorial 47/26

STREETER, William labourer Preliminary Section 87a 1854 Memorial 76/80

STREETER, William labourer Plympton 1863. He could not write Application 3780

STREETER, William Henry farmer Mallala 1877 Memorial 86/299

No 1

STREETS, Thomas brickmaker Brompton 1851[-1856] Memorial 193/34

STREETS, Thomas carrier Brompton 1857 Memorial 239/130

STREICH, Franz Paul Victor mining and metallurgical engineer Adelaide 1891 Memorial 69/410

No 1

STREICHER, Carl Gustav and Franz Ignatus Streicher storekeepers Kooringa 1913[-1915] Memorial 177/468

STREICHER, Carl Gustav and Beatrice May Streicher storekeepers formerly of Kooringa but now of Henley Beach 1922 Memorial 9/486

No 1

STRELE, Anthony RC priest Sevenhill near Clare Co Stanley. Georgetown (Hundred of Bundaleer) township allotment land grant 1872 Grant Book 60 Page 79 County Victoria

STRELE, Anthony RC clergyman formerly of Sevenhill College near Clare but now in the Northern Territory 1883 Memorial 42/349

No 1

STREMPEL, Benjamin and Heinrich farmers near Riverton 1872 Memorial 208/258

STREMPEL, Benjamin and Heinrich farmers Tothill Belt 1872 Memorial 97/260

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

STREMPEL, Carl Ferdinand farmer Lobethal 1852[-1865] Memorial 474/49

STREMPEL, Carl Ferdinand farmer Lobethal - foundation trustee Lobethal Lutheran Church trustee 1854. Served until his death Application 8586

STREMPEL, Carl Ferdinand - appointed trustee Lobethal Lutheran Church at a congregational meeting held 19/5/1867 Application 8586

STREMPEL, Carl Ferdinand the Elder farmer Peter's Hill near Riverton, died 17/2/1867 Riverton, of catarrhus and gastro-intestinalis, aged 70. Apparently, there was some dispute that Carl Ferdinand Strempel the Younger wheelwright Lobethal was the legal eldest son of CF Strempel the Elder and his wife. Gottfried KUHNEL agent North Tce, Adelaide, stated that he had lived in Posen City, and knew the Strempels well, because they attended the same church as he did between 1841-1846. The friendship was resumed after both parties had emigrated to SA. 'That although Prussian law recognises prostitution in certain cases, it does not allow a man to keep a mistress and that any man keeping a mistress would be liable to and would be proesecuted criminally by the public prosecutor. That the police law is so strict in … Posen township that it would be impossible that a man could live for any length of time in the same house with a woman not his wife. That I have known the Strempel family for over 27 years and the said Carl Ferdinand Stempel wheelwright Lobethal has always been recognised by the said family as the eldest and legitimate son of the said Carl Ferdinand Strempel deceased'. CF Strempel the Elder's son-in-law, Andreas Johannes LASSAU fruiterer King William St, Adelaide, supported this statement 1868 Application 22674

STREMPEL, Carl Ferdinand the Younger wheelwright Lobethal owned land in trust along the Gilbert River '2 and a half miles south of the Saddleworth Hotel' in the Hundred of Gilbert. His father, CF Strempel the Elder died 17/2/1867 intestate, whose estate contained this land. CF Strempel the Younger settled the land on Benjamin and Heinrich Strempel farmers near Riverton 1868 Memorials 186 & 187/234

STREMPEL, Carl Ferdinand the Elder farmer Peters Hill, near Riverton, died intestate 17/2/1867, of catarrhus and gastro-intestinalis, aged 70. He shifted from Lobethal to Peters Hill about 2 years before his death.

FAMILY - page torn from CF Strempel’s family bible and deposited.

Hellena Emilie Charlotte Strempel born 12/11/1822

Carl Ferdinand Strempel the Younger born 7/10/1824 Wheelwright Lobethal.

Anna Maria Luise Strempel born 23/11/1826 baptised 10/12/1826

Ernst Friedrich Julius Strempel born 4/8/1829 baptised 23/8/1829

Carl Friedrich Adolph Strempel born 10/9/1831 and baptised the same day.

Amalie Wilhelmine Strempel born 1/5/1833 baptised 12/5/1833 m Andreas Johannes Lassau fruiterer King William St, Adelaide

Emanuel Robert Strempel born 21/8/1836 baptised 6/9/1836 died 5/10/1837

Emanuel Johann Robert Strempel born 22/8/1838 baptised 10/10/1838, died 14/3/1839 at 6.30am. Deposit 160/1868

STREMPEL, Carl Friedrich Adolph Lutheran Pastor Hahndorf. Member management committee St Michael Lutheran School Hahndorf 1867 Application 8502

STREMPEL, Friedrich and Wilhelm farmers Lobethal 1855 Memorial 294/85

STREMPEL, H blacksmith Barunga 1886 Memorial 47/381

STREMPEL, Johanne Augustine formerly the widow of the late Hermann KRAMER late farmer Lobethal, who died 19/12/1854 of consumption, aged 28, but now the wife of Julius Strempel of North Rhine. She had two daughters by her first marriage - Karoline STENGERT wife of August Stengert of Sedan and Maria Kramer spinster North Rhine 1877 Application 16048

STREMPEL, Theodor Benjamin Ferdinand linked with Block C Hundred of Younghusband Co Russell 1887 Memorial 187/382

STRENZ, Robert schoolteacher Hahndorf. Member management committee St Michael Lutheran School Hahndorf 1867 Application 8502

STRETTON, Thomas labourer Kensington 1861 Application 2306

STREUER, Friedrich farmer Freeling 1863 Application 4260

STRIBLING, Edward George farmer near Stockport on the Gilbert 1880 Application 18257

No 1

STRIBLING, George blacksmith Adelaide 1851 Memorial 259/82

STRIBLING, George blacksmith Morphett Vale 1854[-1862] Memorial 394/64, Application 3476

STRIBLING, George blacksmith formerly of Morphett Vale Hundred of Light land grant 1858 Grant Book 44 Page 182 County Light

STRIBLING, George farmer Stockport 1862 Application 2878

STRIBLING, George blacksmith Light River 1863 Memorial 84/192

STRIBLING, George farmer near Stockport 1877 Memorial 2/299

STRIBLING, George, Alfred George and David George farmers Stockport on the Light 1875 Memorial 248/281

STRIBLING, George formerly blacksmith Morphett Vale, but then gentleman Stockport, died 29/10/1898. Husband of Ann Stribling, who died 18/10/1902. Estate worth £1,150. Executors; Edward George Stribling farmer Stockport and Jeremiah BRANSON farmer Stockport (He died 2/8/1900). David George Stribling farmer Stockport also a member of this family 1902 Memorials 154 & 155/447

STRIBLING, George formerly blacksmith Morphett Vale but then gentleman Stockport, died 29/10/1898. His estate worth £1,150. His wife, Ann Stribling, to have a life interest in trust in his whole estate. Ann Stribling, died 18/10/1902, of senile decay, aged 79. After her death, his sons, Edward George Stribling and George Sydney Stribling, to inherit Sections of land absolutely in remainder expectant provided they each paid out £450 for distribution amongst the following sisters - Sarah Ann (later Mrs William BRANSON farmer Stockport), Susannah Ann (later Mrs JEEVES of Stockport, then Mrs George CRAWFORD farmer Saddleworth - marriage 12/10/1892 JT PEARSON home Young St, Parkside. G Crawford was a widower 49 when he remarried) and Margaret Isabella Stribling (Mrs Henry WOODMAN farmer Ardrossan- married 15/3/1887 stockport farmhouse. The two married sisters, Eliza Ann THOMAS and Kezia BRANSON (Jeremiah Branson farmer Stockport) to get Section 603 Hundred of Noarlunga at Morphett Vale in equal shares absolutely. All the personal estate after his wife died to be sold and the proceeds distributed equally absolutely in remainder expectant amongst all the children Application 26604

STRICKLAND, Edward William shoemaker Eudunda 1883 Application 19821

No 1

STRICKLAND, Frederick Philip clergyman Kapunda 1857 Memorial 137/122

STRICKLAND, Frederick Philip Anglican clergyman Kapunda 1858 Memorial 75/143

STRICKLAND, Frederick Philip Anglican clergyman formerly of Kapunda but now of Riverton 1859 Memorial 333/159

STRICKLAND, Frederick Philip Anglican clergyman formerly of Riverton but now of Geelong Vic 1862 Memorial 210/181

STRICKLAND, Frederick Philip formerly clerk Kapunda 1856 but now Clerk in Holy Orders Geelong Vic 1863 Application 4483

STRICKLAND, Frederick Philip formerly of Kapunda but now in parts beyond the seas 1865 Memorial 164/203

STRICKLAND, Frederick Philip formerly of Kapunda but now of Geelong Vic 1869 Memorial 194/246

STRICKLAND, Roy Henry Kermin gardener Kangarilla and Alice Victoria Strickland his wife 1955 Memorial 49/530

STRICKLEY, John butcher Thebarton 1849 Memorial 11/18

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

STRIKE, Edward the Elder farrier Adelaide (Currie St) 1849[-1850] Memorial 216/18

STRIKE, Edward gunsmith formerly of Adelaide but now of Carlsue Mt Macedon Vic 1856 Memorial 51/217

STRIKE, Edward of Woorkongoree 1861 Memorial 126/176

STRIKE, Edward teacher Burra Creek Station 1876 Memorial 30/295

No 1

STRINGER, John farmer Broughton [later called Redhill] Hundred of Redhill land grant 1878 Grant Book 14 Page 370 County Daly

STRINGER, John farmer Barunga trustee unnamed Chapel perhaps Barunga 1880 Grant Book 14 Page 464 County Daly

STRINGER, John farmer Kangaroo Flat Hundred of Barunga land grant 1881[-1882] Grant Book 14 Page 468 County Daly

STRINGER, John farmer Sharps Well 1889 Memorial 198/396

STRINGER, John of Sharps Well, Barunga 1892 Memorial 130/415

STRINGER, John farmer formerly of Barunga but then of Pt Broughton, died 2/7/1921. Husband of Ann Stringer. Probably father of Oliver Robert Stringer farmer near Hart. HE Stringer mentioned but not described. John Stringer owned a general store at Mundoora Memorial 93/497

No 1 - perhaps the same person

STRINGER, Joseph farmer Upper Dry Creek 1853[-1865] Memorial 281/54

STRINGER, Joseph farmer Hundred of Wokurna 1887 Memorial 123/384

No 1

STRINGER, Stephen farmer Kangaroo Flat Co Gawler. Hundred of Redhill land grant 1882 Grant Book 14 Page 378 County Daly

STRINGER, Stephen farmer Pt Broughton 1890 Memorial 55/405

No 1

STRODE, Thomas printer Adelaide 1850 Memorial 8/27

STRODE, Thomas printer Adelaide (Hindley St). He held underleased premises which Robert Bright LUCAS lately occupied 1852[-1854] Memorial 333/62

STROMBERG/STRÖMBERG, Carl farmer Laura 1888 Memorial 12/391

No 1

STRONELL, Ephraim of Adelaide 1850 Memorial 379/35. Of Bowden 1850[-1851] Memorial 71/54

STRONELL, Ephraim general dealer Bowden 1851[-1854] Memorial 296/33

No 1

STRONG, Jane millinery saleswoman Adelaide (Pt TA 43 Rundle St) 1893 Memorial 6/419

STRONG, Jane milliner Osmond Tce, Norwood, died 17/5/1905, of cardiac failure, aged 57 Memorial 172/465

No 1

STRONG, John tailor Adelaide sold allotments in Bowden 1848[-1851] Memorial 276/12

No 2 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

STRONG, John labourer Happy Valley 1851 Memorial 466/31

STRONG, John yeoman Happy Valley 1855 Memorial 206/97

STRONG, John shoemaker Happy Valley 1857 Memorial 275/117

STRONG, John the Elder cordwainer Happy Valley 1859 Application 669

STRONG, John the Elder and STRONG, John the Younger of Happy Valley 1860 Application 1476

STRONG, John farmer Happy Valley 1864[-1884] Memorial 341/194

STRONG, John poundkeeper Happy Valley 1870 Memorial 176/246

STRONG, John farmer Happy Valley 1851. He was still there in 1884 Application 29784

STRONG, John farmer Happy Valley 1889 Application 21662

No 1 - perhaps the same person

STRONG, Robert labourer Adelaide (South Tce) 1850[-1852] Memorial 293/21

STRONG, Robert licensed victualler Adelaide (Old Queen's Arms Wright St) 1853 Memorial 88/53

No 2

STRONG, Robert Minister of the Gospel The Sturt 1855 Memorial 168/89

STRONG, Robert clerk in Holy Orders St Marys 1856 Hundred of Kapunda land grant Memorial 78/97

No 1

STRONGMAN, David gardener Hackney 1856[-1858] Memorial 344/108

STRONGMAN, David formerly gardener Hackney 1858 but now farmer Redbanks 1870 Application 10501

No 1

STRONGMAN, David Java blacksmith Magill 1877 Memorial 227/298

STRONGMAN, David Java wheelwright Magill 1877 Application 16335

STRONGMAN, David Java blacksmith Dublin Pt Prime (Hundred of Dublin) township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 27 Page 453 County Gawler

STRONGMAN, David Java and James farmers South Inkerman trustees unnamed Wesleyan Methodist Chapel Hundred of Inkerman Hundred of Inkerman land grant 1886 Grant Book 27 Page 146 County Gawler

STRONGMAN, Henry engine driver Wallaroo 1903 Memorial 206/449

No 1

STRONGMAN, John Martin Congregational Minister Kensington 1850 Memorial 194/27

STRONGMAN, John Martin Congregational Minister Norwood, about to depart the province for a time, power of attorney to George Marsden WATERHOUSE Esquire Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 7/10/1851 Deposit 116/OA

STRONGMAN, John Martin Congregational Minister formerly of Kensington but now of Hobart VDL 1851 Memorial 364/38

STRONGMAN, John Martin Congregational Minister formerly of Norwood now Newtown near Hobart VDL 1852 Memorial 483/41

STROTHER, Charles Henry gentleman Adelaide 1876[-1877] Memorial 244/290

No 1

STROTHER, Henry gentleman Adelaide 1854[-1855] Memorial 461/69

STROTHER, Henry artist Adelaide 1861 Memorial 35/172

STROTHER, Henry of Adelaide shareholder Wheal Emma Mining Co Section 5098 Hundred of Onkaparinga. He attended the special shareholder meeting, held 13/6/1870, at Ingleby & Robinson’s office 96 King William St, Adelaide, which decided to dissolve the company and sell the mine site to the Crescent Silver Mining Co Ltd for £126 Application 11119

STROTHER, Henry agent Adelaide 1905 Memorial 225/453

STROTHER, Henry agent Adelaide 1905 Application 24885

STROTHER, Jos S company clerk Adelaide 1942 Memorial 6/518

STROTHER, William storekeeper Tanunda 1853 Nuriootpa allotment purchase Memorial 236/47 Storekeeper Nuriootpa 1854[-1867]Memorial 396/70

No 1 - probably the same person; confused descriptors

STROUD, John Thomas baker Bowden 1852[-1886] Memorial 148/43

STROUD, John Thomas gentleman Adelaide 1856 Memorial 52/97

STROUD, John Thomas formerly gentleman Adelaide 1855 but now baker Bowden 1866 Application 8052

STROUD, John Thomas baker and storekeeper Bowden 1884 Application 20389

No 1

STROUT, John Lang farmer Willunga Hundred of Bonney land grant 1866 Grant Book 53 Page 112 County Russell

STROUT, John Lang farmer Meningie Hundred of Bonney land grant 1872 Grant Book 54 Page 34 County Russell

STROUT, John Lang farmer Meningie 1878 Memorial 21/313

STROUT, Anne widow Strathalbyn 1885 Application 20717

STROUT, Richard farmer Willunga 1856[-1862] Memorial 244/99

STROUT, Richard Wellesley farmer McLaren Vale 1943 Application 28342

STROUT, WR agent Malvern 1895 Memorial 208/425

STRUCK, August labourer Quorn 1887 Memorial 177/384

STRUDEWICK, Edward farmer Hundred of Palmer Co Newcastle 1886 Memorial 135/375

No 1

STRUDWICK, Frederick barkgrower Mt Benson near Kingston S-E 1900[-1907] Memorial 244/441

STRUDWICK, Frederick farmer and wattle farmer Pinnaroo. Hundred of Pinnaroo land grant 1909[-1910] Grant Book 12 Page 46 County Chandos

No 1

STRUDWICK, John of Hindmarsh 1850 Memorial 311/23

STRUDWICK, John of Torrens Road, Hindmarsh and Mary Strudwick his wife 1850 Memorial 311/23

STRUDWICK, John labourer and STRUDWICK, Joseph carrier Adams St, Hindmarsh 1909 Application 25553

No 1

STRUDWICK, John Legg gentleman Adelaide 1849[-1851] Memorial 446/65

STRUDWICK, John Legg gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now of Melbourne Vic 1856 Memorial 154/106

No 1

STRUDWICK, John William baker Hindmarsh linked with Mary Strudwick widow Hindmarsh 1869 Memorial 202/237

STRUDWICK, John William retired baker Hindmarsh 1911, owned land in Hindmarsh by 1869, when his mother, Mary Strudwick, gave him pt lot 181 Hindmarsh Application 25958

STRUDWICK, Joseph John carrier Hindmarsh 1899[-1916] Memorial 227/438

STRUTHERS, Robert Esquire Adelaide 1840 Application 12821

STRUTTON, Augustus Edwin clerk Adelaide 1885 Memorial 37/371

No 1

STRUTTON, Isabella spinster Adelaide 1875 Memorial 16/285

STRUTTON, Isabella Hannah spinster Thebarton 1877 Memorial 236/299, Application 16874.

STRUTTON, Isabella Hannah spinster Thebarton 1877

No 1

STRUTTON, Robert ale and porter merchant Thebarton 1872 Memorial 165/263

STRUTTON, Robert merchant Thebarton 1873 Memorial 7/270

STRUTTON, Robert brewer Thebarton 1876 Memorial 21/297

STRUTTON, Robert brewer Hindmarsh 1879 Memorial 97/320

STRUTTON, Robert of Adelaide 1881 Memorial 31/337

STRUTTON, Robert and LOGAN, James brewers Hindmarsh 1883 Application 19752

STRUTTON, Robert ale and porter merchant Hindmarsh 1886 Memorial 125/378

STRUTTON, Robert brewer Thebarton 1889[-1893] Memorial 66/397

STRUTTON, Robert cordial maker Thebarton and Eliza Mary Strutton his wife 1895 Application 22839

STRUTTON, Robert out of business George St, Thebarton 1910 Application 25899

No 1

STRUWE, Heinrich carpenter Adelaide (Hindmarsh Square) 1854[-1856] Memorial 3/78

STRUWE, Heinrich took over the management of the Hotel Europe in Grenfell St, Adelaide 1856 Memorial 244/97

STRUWE, Heinrich carpenter Adelaide (Pulteney St) 1857[-1858] Memorial 235/132

STRUWE, Henry gentleman Adelaide 1858 Enrolment 38/38

STRUWE, Heinrich builder Adelaide 1872 Application 11874

No 1

STUART, Arthur Drury formerly licensed victualler Pt Willunga but now out of business Adelaide and Mary Ann Stuart his wife 1879 Memorial 224/315

STUART, Mary Ann widow Payneham Road St Peters (relict of the late AD Stuart) 1913 Memorial 219/453

STUART, Mary Ann widow 51 Payneham Rd, St Peters 1913 relict of the late Arthur Drury Stuart formerly licensed victualler Pt Willunga and then out of business Adelaide now deceased Memorial 149/468

STUART, Mary Ann widow Payneham Rd, St Peters, relict of the late Arthur Drury Stuart formerly licensed victualler Pt Willunga late out of business Adelaide 1913 Application 26185

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

STUART, Charles William Esquire late of London, now of Adelaide, land grant Section 346 Survey B 134 acres 1/4/1839. Husband of Sarah Stuart Memorial 497/21

STUART, CW of the Police Office, Adelaide, testified 25/2/1853 that he was married in St John’s Halifax St Adelaide on 2/3/1842. Application 6029

STUART, Charles William farmer Glen Stuart near Adelaide 1843 Memorial 197/3 Late of Adelaide, but now of Fifth Creek 1847 Memorial 381/9

STUART, Charles William the Younger landing waiter Pt Adelaide son of CW Stuart the Elder gentleman Glen Stuart near Adelaide 1863 Application 4307

STUART, Charles William the Elder Esquire Glen Stuart near Adelaide and Sarah Stuart his wife parents of Charles William Stuart the Younger now assistant landing waiter in HM Customs Pt Adelaide eldest son and heir at law of the said CW Stuart the Elder 1864 Memorial 206/194

STUART, Charles William formerly of the Fifth Creek but now an imprisoned debtor 1865 Memorial 144/249

STUART, Charles William gentleman formerly of the 5th Creek, but now an imprisoned debtor 3/5/1865 Application 11055

STUART, Charles William the Younger gentleman Pt Adelaide 1865 Memorial 17/202

STUART, Charles W HM Customs Pt Caroline 1867 Memorial 118/218

STUART, CW sub-collector HM Customs Pt Caroline 1871 Memorial 36/253

No 1

STUART, Duncan publican Penwortham 1851 Memorial 10/35

STUART, Duncan licensed victualler Adelaide [Did he run the Watervale Hotel at one stage besides owning it?] 1853 Memorial 356/59

No 1

STUART, EJ clerk to J & A COOKE stockowners Kingston S-E Lacepede Bay 1866 Memorial 249/216

STUART, EJ clerk to James & Archibald COOKE sheep farmers Pt Caroline Lacepede Bay 1868[-1869] Memorial 153/233

STUART, Edward John station agent Kingston S-E 1871 Memorial 190/250

STUART, Edward John commission agent Kingston S-E 1874 Memorial 45/279

STUART, Edward John merchant Rivoli Bay Beachport (Hundred of Rivoli Bay) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 31 Page 289 County Grey

STUART, Edward John shipping agent Rivoli Bay 1879[-1881] Memorial 59/317

No 1

STUART, James farmer the Murray Road west of Truro 1854[-1866] Memorial 247/269 Farmer White Hill near Truro, died 1866 Memorial 248/269

No 2

STUART, James farmer Penwortham 1894 Application 22625

STUART, James Douglas gentleman Adelaide 1890[-1893] Memorial 169/408

No 1

STUART, JM accountant Adelaide 1868 Memorial 61/234

STUART, JM clerk to James Penn BOUCAUT solicitor Adelaide 1869[-1870] Memorial 103/241

STUART, JM law clerk Penn Chambers Adelaide 1867[-1871] Memorials 170/225 & 55/296

STUART, James Martin solicitor Adelaide 1881 Application 18612

STUART, James Martin SM of Glenelg 1882 Memorial 192/343

STUART, James Martin gentleman Glenelg 1889 Application 21740

STUART, John Martin Crown Solicitor Adelaide 1894 Application 22687

STUART, Jemima spinster Mt Barker 1851 Memorial 433/33

No 1 - perhaps the same person

STUART, John accountant Pt Caroline Lacepede Bay 1868 Memorial 185/230

STUART, John stock agent Adelaide 1876 Memorial 140/292

No 1

STUART, Joseph Stock agent Adelaide 1876 Application 15235

STUART, Joseph Stock agent Adelaide (Brown St) 1877 Application 15671

STUART, Joseph Stock sharebroker Adelaide 1877 Application 16537

STUART, Joseph Stock broker Adelaide Co Adelaide. Warnertown (Hundred of Napperby) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 60 Page 414 County Victoria

STUART, Joseph Stock land agent Adelaide 1879 Memorial 237/312

STUART, Joseph Stock sharebroker Adelaide 1880[-1881] Memorial 324/130

STUART, Joseph Stock commission agent Adelaide 1881 Application 18897

STUART, Joseph Stock share dealer Adelaide 1882 Application 19010

STUART, Joseph Stock land broker and agent King William St, Adelaide, declared a bankrupt at a meeting held 19/12/1882 in the Arbitration Room, Marlborough Chambers, Waymouth St, Adelaide. The creditors appointed George Alexander FARR solicitor King William St, Adelaide, and Rowland Clements CORNISH accountant Adelaide, as the trustees of his estate 1885 Application 20604

STUART, Louis cabinetmaker Adelaide 1885 Application 22071

No 1

STUART, Mary widow Adelaide 1849[-1850] Memorial 360/17

STUART, Mary widow Adelaide (Pt TA 88 Rundle St) 1855[-1860] Memorial 302/137

STUART, Mary Ann Elizabeth widow Millicent 1887 Memorial 152/385

STUART, Richard plaisterer Hindmarsh 1849 Memorial 403/14

STUART, Robert gentleman Marion, executor of the will of the late James HISCOCK labourer Marion 1892 Application 22428

STUART, Robert Marshall blacksmith Iron Knob 1925 Memorial 179/493

No 1

STUART, WL judge's associate Adelaide 1909 Memorial 132/461

STUART, Walter Leslie acting master of the SA Supreme Court Adelaide 1912 Memorial 31/466

STUART, William publican Adelaide (United Service Club Hotel King William St) 1881[-1884] Memorial 104/331

No 1 - perhaps the same person

STUBBINGS, George farmer Alford 1886 Memorial 33/380

STUBBINGS, George farmer Willunga 1887 Linked with Ellen Stubbings no description 1891 Memorials 64/385, 195/410

STUBBINGS, John carpenter Pt Adelaide 1850[-1853] Memorial 419/25

STUBBINGTON, Charlotte of Lindsay House near Angaston 1876 Memorial 114/317

STUBBINGTON, George labourer Adelaide 1838 Application 15306

STUBBINGTON, James labourer Adelaide 1838 Memorial 61/105

No 1

STUBBINS, Thomas Kirkman timber merchant Adelaide 1886[-1891] Memorial 72/385

STUBBINS, Thomas Kirkman merchant Adelaide 1890 Application 21791

STUBBINS, Thomas Kirkman formerly timber merchant Adelaide but now gentleman Bagshot, Surrey, England 1903 Memorial 18/450

STUBBLES, George licensed victualler Adelaide 1873 Memorial 19/269

STUBBS, Alexander Methodist minister Rose Park 1916. He oversaw arrangements for the sale of the former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel at New Auburn (lot 101) to the Catholic Church Endowment Society Inc for £287 Memorial 197/474

No 1

STUBBS, Alfred James gardener Macclesfield linked with James Stubbs gardener near Macclesfield 1898 Memorial 241/436

STUBBS, Alfred James formerly gardener near Macclesfield but now labourer Pt Pirie linked with James Stubbs out of business Macclesfield 1901 Memorial 239/442

STUBBS, Arthur William gardener Wistow 1899[-1922] Memorial 237/438

No 1

STUBBS, Benjamin and Charles gardeners Macclesfield 1903 Memorial 133/449

STUBBS, Benjamin gardener Macclesfield 1907 Application 25295

No 1

STUBBS, James farmer Macclesfield 1857[-1885] Memorial 207/127

STUBBS, James formerly farmer 1857 but now labourer Macclesfield 1864. He could not write Application 5304

STUBBS, James out of business near Macclesfield, died c1903. Father of Arthur William Stubbs, Henry Thomas Stubbs and Alfred James Stubbs Memorial 56/449

STUBBS, John bank manager Pt Augusta 1884 Memorial 66/362

No 1

STUBBS, Thomas Esquire Adelaide 1839 Memorial 221/47

STUBBS, Thomas farmer Gawler River 1845 Memorial 382/5

STUBBS, Thomas Esquire formerly of Adelaide, but now of Beckwith North Para District 1848 Memorial 224/8 Farmer Gawler 1845[-1846] Memorial 265/23

STUBBS, Thomas farmer Beckwith Farm near Gawler 1851[-1856] Memorial 374/32

STUBBS, Thomas farmer Para District 1852 Memorial 67/40

STUBBS, Thomas farmer Hundred of Nuriootpa 1853 Memorial 144/55

STUBBS, Thomas farmer North Para near Gawler 1856 Memorial 466/97

STUBBS, Thomas gentleman formerly of Gawler but now on a voyage to England 1858 Memorial 42/136

STUBBS, Thomas Esquire Beckwith near Gawler 1858 Memorial 200/147

STUBBS, Thomas farmer Beckwith near Gawler, visited England in 1858. He died May 1861, after returning to SA. His estate to his wife, Anne Stubbs, in trust for life or during her widowhood, then legacies absolutely in remainder expectant for his brother, Abraham Stubbs of Co Ross, Scotland, and his sister, Catharine FREESTUN and her children. Annie Stubbs died 16/1/1896 Application 23290

STUBBS, Thomas farmer Beckwith near Gawler, died c1861. He left his personal estate absolutely and his real estate in trust to his wife, Anne Stubbs, for life or until her remarriage. Then the trust estate to be shared absolutely in remainder expectant according to the will between his brother, Abraham Stubbs of Co Ross, Scotland and his sister, Catherine FREESHUN and her children Memorial 96/177

STUBBS, Anne widow Dalcrue Cottage, Co Perth, Scotland relict of the late Thomas Stubbs formerly Esquire near Gawler but now deceased 1864 Memorial 295/193

No 1

STUBBS, William stevedore Pt Adelaide 1878 Application 16608

STUBBS, William stevedore Rosewater 1887 Application 21281

STUCHBURY, Edmund Watts dairyman Yatala township 1883 Memorial 67/355

STUCHBURY, Thomas farmer Hurtle Vale 1859 Memorial 226/150

STUCKEY, Edward Ernest forester Milicent Millicent North (Hundred of Mt Muirhead) township allotment land grant 1899 Grant Book 31 Page 314 County Grey

STUCKEY, Henry of Lopen, Somerset, England and Charlotte Stuckey widow also of Lopen relict of Joseph Stuckey late of Langport, Somerset 1853 Memorial 130/50

No 1

STUCKEY, John bread and biscuitmaker formerly of Adelaide but then of Hobart VDL. Father of Samuel Joseph Stuckey aged 8 and Robert Joseph Stuckey aged 5 1845 Memorial 289/5

STUCKEY, John formerly baker Adelaide (Hindley St) 1839 but then brickmaker Thebarton 1846 Application 26064

STUCKEY, John publican Dry Creek 1847 Memorial 304/8

STUCKEY, John baker formerly of Adelaide but then of Forest Creek Vic, power of attorney 1/3/1853, to Peter PRANKERD land agent Adelaide, to settle his SA business affairs Application 22908

STUCKEY, John farmer Upper Dry Creek 1853[-1855] Memorial 272/49

STUCKEY, John farmer Dry Creek 1854[-1856] Memorial 8/74

STUCKEY, John formerly baker Hobart VDL but then of near Adelaide. Father of Robert Joseph Stuckey and Samuel Joseph Stuckey sheep farmers Far North SA 1861 Memorial 133/180

STUCKEY, John farmer Ardtornish 1862 Memorial 51/183

STUCKEY, John farmer Ardtornish and Frances Stuckey his wife. parents of Samuel Joseph Stuckey and Robert Joseph Stuckey sheep farmers Lake Hope 1862 Memorial 245/184

STUCKEY, John engineer Moonta and Frances Stuckey of Adelaide his wife linked with Robert Joseph Stuckey gentleman Adelaide and Samuel Joseph Stuckey gentleman Millicent 1877 Memorial 219/305

STUCKEY, Frances Amelia of Norwood wife of John Stuckey engineer Moonta, died 5/10/1881. She left her estate in equal shares absolutely to Robert Joseph Stuckey agent Norwood and Samuel Joseph Stuckey sheep farmer Millicent Memorial 199/339

No 1

STUCKEY, Joseph draper Langport, married Charlotte White of Kingsbury Episcopi 31/5/1813 Langport Parish Church, Somerset. Eldest son AW Stuckey born 1816 Langport, died Aug 1848 Lopen, unmarried and without a will, aged 31. Edward Stuckey born 1820 died Feb 1839 unmarried, and buried at Muchelney. Another son, Henry Stuckey born 1826 Langport, surgeon, formerly of Langport, Somerset, but then of Wellclose Square, Middlesex, England by 1854. Yet another son, Robert Stuckey of Adelaide, managed both Joseph and AW Stuckey’s SA land and other business interests Enrolment 11/3

STUCKEY, Joseph draper, died 18/10/1843 at Lopen, Somerset, England, aged 61, buried at Muchelney, Somerset. Joseph Stuckey had moved to Lopen shortly before his death. He left his SA land in trust for his wife, Charlotte Stuckey, to get £200 annuity for life. Estate worth £8,000. Arthur White gentleman formerly of Adelaide, but now of Lopen, Somerset, power of attorney to Robert Stuckey of Rundle St, Adelaide, to claim all the land his father, Joseph Stuckey left to him by will in SA 5/3/1847. Deposit 512/1855

No 1

STUCKEY, JJ solicitor Adelaide 1874 Memorial 125/277

STUCKEY, Joseph James gentleman Adelaide Co Adelaide. Lapford (Hundred of Bright) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 9 Page 38 County Burra

STUCKEY, Joseph James solicitor Adelaide 1882 Application 19187

STUCKEY, Mortimer land agent Adelaide 1877[-1886] Memorial 193/300

STUCKEY, Noah farmer Williamstown Hundred of Redhill land grant 1878 Grant Book 14 Page 368 County Daly

STUCKEY, Norman Samuel miner Millicent Millicent North (Hundred of Mt Muirhead) township allotment land grant 1899 Grant Book 31 Page 314 County Grey

No 1

STUCKEY, Robert gentleman Adelaide (Gilbert St) 1849[-1853] Memorial 257/76

STUCKEY, Robert gentleman Adelaide 1855 Clayton Congregational Chapel trustee Memorial 206/91

STUCKEY, Robert Esquire Adelaide father of Bessie Frances Stuckey spinster North Adelaide 1863 Memorial 212/187

No 1

STUCKEY, Robert Joseph and Samuel Joseph sheep farmers Far North sons of John Stuckey bread and biscuit baker formerly of Hobart VDL but now of near Adelaide 1861 Memorial 133/180

STUCKEY, Robert Joseph gentleman Adelaide and Samuel Joseph manager Dashwood Gully both formerly sheep farmers Umberatana Station in the Far North 1869 Memorial 138/240

STUCKEY, Robert Joseph gentleman Goodwood Road 1869 Application 9808

STUCKEY, Robert Joseph formerly sheep farmer Umberatana Far North but then gentleman Moonta 1872 Memorial 168 Book 261

STUCKEY, Robert Joseph gentleman Moonta and Samuel Joseph Stuckey gentleman S-E District drainage works formerly sheep farmers Umberatana Far North 1872 Memorial 168/261

STUCKEY, Robert Joseph agent Moonta 1873[-1874] Memorial 136/270

No 1

STUCKEY, Samuel Joseph farm manager Dashwood Gully 1869 Application 10860

STUCKEY, Samuel Joseph formerly farm manager Dashwood Gully 1870 but now drainage works manager Mt Muirhead 1871 Application 11495

STUCKEY, Samuel Joseph formerly sheep farmer Umberatana Far North but then gentleman of the Drainage Works in the South-Eastern District of SA 1872 Memorial 168 Book 261

STUCKEY, Samuel Joseph Drainage Works inspector South-East District Mayurra. Trustee unnamed School Hundred of Mayurra land grant 1874 Grant Book 31 Page 231 County Grey

STUCKEY, Samuel Joseph sheep farmer formerly of the Far North but now of Millicent 1875 Memorial 51/286

STUCKEY, Samuel Joseph of Millicent trustee Presbyterian Church Millicent Millicent North (Hundred of Mt Muirhead) township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 31 Page 308 County Grey

STUCKEY, Samuel Joseph farmer Millicent and STUCKEY, Robert Joseph agent Wanganui New Zealand, inherited land in the Hundred of Yatala 1882 Application 19311

STUCKEY, Samuel Joseph commission agent Millicent 1888 Memorial 83/393

STUCKEY, Samuel Joseph agent Millicent and Johan Anderson Stuckey his wife daughter of the late William FLETT who died 13/12/1876. Trustees of their marriage settlement included - Joseph Stuckey clerk Petersburg, Edward Ernest Stuckey forester Millicent and Norman Samuel Stuckey miner Mt Magnet WA as in 1898 Memorial 13/434

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

STUCKEY, Samuel Joseph estate agent Millicent 1909 Memorial 92/461

STUCKEY, Thomas Flett clerk Millicent Millicent North (Hundred of Mt Muirhead) township allotment land grant 1899 Grant Book 31 Page 313 County Grey

No 1

STUCKEY, Vincent farmer Eastern Sources of the Torrens 1849 Memorial 402/14

STUCKEY, Vincent farmer Pt Lincoln 1852 Memorial 208/39

STUCKEY, Vincent farmer Norwood 1853[-1854] Memorial 315/46

No 1

STUCKEY, William the Younger farmer Gumeracha. Son of William Stuckey the Elder of Wine St, Bristol, Somerset, England 1847[-1848] Memorial 75/10

STUCKEY, William farmer Eastern Sources of the Torrens 1847 Memorial 463/8

STUCKEY, William sheep farmer Pt Lincoln and Emma Stuckey his wife 1853 Memorial 151/49

STUCKEY, William and Vincent Stuckey timber merchants Norwood 1854 Memorial 220/70

STUDE, JC bootmaker Kapunda 1909 Memorial 64/461

STUDEMANN, Theodor Heinrich Ludwig wheelwright North Adelaide 1852[-1859 ] Memorial 449/38

No 1

STUEBING/STUBING/STÜBING, Friedrich farmer Hamilton on the Light 1871 Application 11647

STUEBING/STUBING/STÜBING, Friedrich farmer near Hamilton on the Light 1872 Memorial 6/258

STUEBING/STUBING/STÜBING, Johann Hermann of the Hundred of Schomburgk 1886 Memorial 34/377

STUEBING/STUBING/STÜBING, Wilhelm farmer Hundred of Eba trustee unnamed school 1894 Grant Book 18 Page 21 County Eyre

No 1 - probably the same person

STUETZ/STUTZ/STÜTZ, Heinrich cabinetmaker Adelaide 1850 Memorial 228/26

STUETZ/STUTZ/STÜTZ, Johann Heinrich Gottfried carpenter Adelaide 1854 Memorial 230/75

STUETZ/STUTZ/STÜTZ, Heinrich carpenter King William St, Kent Town 1882 Application 19200

STUETZ/STUTZ/STÜTZ, Johann Heinrich Gottfried had died by 1883. Family members included Augusta Mathilde Stütz (probably an executor) and Maria Christine Stütz widow Kent Town Application 19977

STUMBLES, Samuel tailor Adelaide 1849 Memorial 361/16

STURCKE, A clerk Anglican Church Office Adelaide 1879 Memorial 117/319

No 1

STURGEON, Charles of New Hamburgh 1854 Memorial 303/76

STURGEON, Charles farmer New Hamburgh near Strathalbyn 1856 Memorial 353/97

STURGEON, Charles farmer Hundred of Macclesfield 1860 Memorial 213/161

STURGEON, David farmer near Strathalbyn 1873[-1874] Memorial 153/270

No 1

STURGES, George farmer Cherry Gardens 1868 Memorial 20/230

STURGES, George farmer Clarendon 1871 Memorial 121/253

STURGES, George farmer Clarendon, died 7/6/1901. Grandfather of Mary MITCHELL wife of Robin Mitchell farmer Clarendon, Sarah Sturges and Ellen Sturges. Estate worth £1,800 Memorial 235/443

STURK, Alexander farmer Angas Special Survey 1846 Memorial 227/7

STURM, Wilhelm saddler Blumberg 1872 Memorial 66/262

STURN, William shoemaker Gawler 1852[-1853] Memorial 481/40

STURSE, Edmund farmer Payneham 1851 Memorial 116/29

No 1

STURT, Charles Esquire The Grange near Adelaide, ‘entitled to certain lands and property in HM Province of SA’, power of attorney to John HECTOR and Edward Amand WRIGHT gentlemen Adelaide, to manage his estate 15/3/1853 Deposit 60/OA

STURT, Charles of 19 Clarence Square, Cheltenham, Glos, England 1868 Memorial 106/230

STURT, Charles gentleman 19 Clarence Square, Cheltenham, Glos, England, died 16/6/1869, of years of heart disease with sudden termination, aged 73 Application 16857

No 1

STURT, Evelyn Pitfield Shirley Esquire of NSW Land Grant Section 472 Survey C (under Land Order 627) 1839 Application 21482

STURT, Evelyn Pitfield Shirley gentleman Adelaide 1842 Application 1901

STURT, Evelyn Pitfield Shirley Esquire Adelaide 1842 Memorial 156/2

STURT, Evelyn Pitfield Shirley Esquire Adelaide 1843. Linked with William Milner Neville Sturt of Calcutta in the East Indies Memorial 330/97

STURT, Evelyn Pitfield Shirley Esquire Mt Gawler, power of attorney to Alfred HARDY Esquire Adelaide, to supervise the sale of Section 472 Survey C to to David COLVIN and Charles LATTER yeomen Willunga 6/4/1849 Enrolment 36/5

STURT, Evelyn Pitfield Shirley Esquire Melbourne Vic 1875 Memorial 119/283

No 1

STURT, Thomas James the Younger Esquire Margaret St, Cavendish Square, Middlesex, England. Son of Thomas James Sturt the Elder Esquire Folkstone Kent, England. Robert Sturt winemerchant Camberwell Green also mentioned 1854 Memorial 146/94

STURT, Thomas James the Younger Esquire formerly of Margaret St, Cavendish Square, Middlesex, England 1854 but then of Melbourne Vic 1868, son of Thomas James Sturt the Elder Esquire Esquire Folkstone, Kent, England 1854. The family had land grants in the Currency Creek Special Survey Application 9379

No 1

STURT, William Milner Neville Esquire Calcutta June 1843 Memorial 330/97

STURT, William Milner Neville Major in the military service of the East India Company Calcutta, Bengal, power of attorney to Evelyn Pitfield Shirley STURT Esquire Pt Phillip, to manage his business affairs on the Island of New Holland 9/10/1843 Deposit 238/OA

STURT, William Milner Neville Esquire Bengal a Major in HM Army 1844[-1848] Memorial 264/4

STURZEL, Wilhelm Christian Matthias mason Norwood 1854[-1856] Memorial 440/66

STUTELY, John Henry farmer Gawler River and Edna Stutely his wife 1866[-1870] Mrs Stutely was a daughter of the late Thomas HIGGINS formerly farmer Gawler River but then deceased. Links with William Henry Stutely farmer Gawler River Memorials 114/215, 44/252

No 1 – Joseph Andrew Stutely

STUTELY, Joseph mason Adelaide 1843 Memorial 409/2

STUTELY, Joseph Andrew mason Adelaide 1848 Memorial 509/14

STUTELY, Joseph Andrew stonemason Unley died c1866[27/7/1866]. He left his entire estate in trust to his wife, Sarah Stutely formerly Sarah ELBOROUGH, during her lifetime then under various trusts and other terms to his daughters Ema Susannah DENTON wife of William Thomas Denton shoemaker Hindley St, Adelaide and Sarah Ann DYKE wife of John Thomas Dyke of the Telegraph Department in Adelaide and the testator’s granddaughter Elizabeth Dyke daughter of Sarah Dyke. Trustees; Mrs Stutely and James PARTRIDGE clerk in HMs civil service Goodwood Park Memorial 51/214

STUTELY, Joseph Andrew mason Unley, died 28/7/1866, of disease of the brain, aged 70. His personal estate to his wife, Sarah nee ELBOROURGH, absolutely. His two allotments in Unley to his wife, in trust for life; then Lot 122 pt Section 238 Survey B, to his daughter, Emma Susannah, wife of William Thomas DENTON shoemaker Hindley St, Adelaide, in trust for life then to his granddaughter Elizabeth Dyke absolutely in remainder expectant. Lot 93, pt Section 238 Survey B, absolutely to his daughter Sarah Ann DYKE, wife of John Thomas Dyke at that time of the Adelaide Telegraph Department, after the death of her mother. Will witnessed by Samuel CHILES dealer Unley, and Samuel DAVIS warehouseman Unley. Executors – the widow Sarah Stutely and JA Stutely’s dear friend, James PARTRIDGE clerk in HM Civil Service Goodwood Park Deposit 240/1873

STUTELY, Joseph mason Adelaide 1843. He moved to Unley in that year to live on Lot 122, where he remainded until his death in July 1866. ‘A person of moderate education and could read and write but in consequence of a severe indisposition … believed to have been paralysis of the right side and arm, he could not at the time of executing his will write or sign his name but mad his mark thereto with his left hand,’ according to Samuel CHILES gentleman Unley, a very close friend of Joseph Stutely's from the time Mr Chiles moved to Unley in July 1854. Widowed Sarah Stutely 55 Unley (Father: John SARGAR) married Henry GRANT 69 fisherman Adelaide (Father: Henry Grant) on 8/5/1867 St John Halifax St, Adelaide. Minister: DJH Ibbetson. Witnesses: Henry MARTIN hotel keeper Rundle St and Mary DARBY of Halifax St, Adelaide. Sarah Grant wife of Henry Grant gentleman Unley, died 12/6/1873, of organic liver disease, aged 60 Application 22926

STUTELY, Joseph Francis of Adelaide and Mary Stutely his wife 1865 Memorial 203/255

STUTLEY, Frank John labourer Melrose 1950, declared that he had been born at Melrose on 4/6/1887 and had lived there all his life Application 28710

STUTLEY, James Foster Shell farmer Booyoolie Co Victoria. Hundred of Booleroo land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 623 County Frome

STUTLEY, John Henry farmer Booleroo. Trustee unnamed Church Hundred of Booleroo land grant 1880 Grant Book 24 Page 620 County Frome

STUTLEY, William Henry Chandler farmer Gawler River Co Gawler. Hundred of Booyoolie land grant 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 147 County Victoria

STYLES, Emma spinster Unley Co Adelaide. Narridy (Hundred of Narridy) township allotment land grant 1873 Grant Book 60 Page 486 County Victoria

No 1

STYLES, George baker Unley 1850 Memorial 224/28

STYLES, George storekeeper Unley 1855[-1882] Memorial 428/82, Application 6212

STYLES, George storekeeper Unley 1871 Application 11261

STYLES, George storekeeper Unley Co Adelaide. Narridy (Hundred of Narridy) township allotment land grant 1873 Grant Book 60 Page 485 County Victoria

STYLES, George storekeeper Unley. Unley Institute trustee 1883 Memorial 167/352

No 1

STYLES, George Henry of Strathalbyn 1860 Memorial 149/161

STYLES, George Henry storekeeper Strathalbyn 1860[-1863] Memorial 223/213

STYLES, Henry Thomas farmer Clinton 1883[-1898] Memorial 241/347, 83/378

No 1

STYLES, John and Henry Thomas storekeepers Unley 1867 Application 8818

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

STYLES, John storekeeper Pt Wakefield Hundred of Inkerman land grant 1869 Grant Book 27 Page 120 County Gawler

STYLES, John storekeeper Pt Wakefield 1871[-1874] Memorial 122/256, Application 13702

STYLES, John agent Pt Wakefield Co Gawler. Hundred of Caltowie land grant 1873 Grant Book 60 Page 181 County Victoria

STYLES, John agent Pt Wakefield 1878[-1880] Memorial 196/309, Application 16969

STYLES, John storekeeper Kadina 1882 Grant Book 14 Page 241 County Daly

STYLES, John miller Kadina. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1882[-1884] Grant Book 14 Page 242 County Daly

STYLES, John formerly agent Pt Wakefield, but now miller Kadina 1885 Application 20797

STYLES, John Esquire JP of Kadina 1885 Memorial 193/368

STYLES, John formerly agent Pt Wakefield but now of Kadina 1886 Memorial 21/379

STYLES, John miller Kadina 1886 Memorial 112/381

STYLES, John merchant Kadina 1887[-1888] Memorial 64/385

STYLES, John agent formerly of Pt Wakefield but now of Kadina 1891 Application 22086

STYLES, John formerly miller Kadina but now out of business Norwood 1891 Memorial 9/408

STYLES, John formerly merchant Kadina but now of Broken Hill NSW 1891 Memorial 245/408

No 1

SUBRITZKY, Heinrich of Adelaide1848 Memorial 345/14

SUBRITZKY, Heinrich labourer Adelaide1851 Memorial 167/34

SUCK, Henry labourer Beverley 1854[-1865] Memorial 192/67

SUCKLING, James Holmes draper Adelaide 1854 Memorial 173/92

No 1

SUCKLING, Martin licensed victualler Riverton 1873[-1882] Memorial 76/270

SUCKLING, Martin formerly licensed victualler but now out of business Riverton 1905 Application 24956

No 1

SUCKLING, Samuel labourer Goodwood Road 1852 Memorial 204/42

SUCKLING, Samuel yeoman Goodwood 1856 Memorial 394/97

SUCKLING, Samuel labourer Goodwood 1856 Memorial 408/97

SUCKLING, S letter carrier Adelaide 1885 Memorial 233/369

No 1

SUCKLING, Samuel Henry law clerk 1896 Memorial 58/428

SUCKLING, SH clerk Adelaide 1902[-1927] Memorial 241/444

SUCKLING, SH civil servant Kings Park 1920 Memorial 190/480

SUDELY, I /J/T clerk Adelaide 1892 Memorial 44/413

SUEDHOLZ/SUDHOLZ/SÜDHOLZ, Johann Friedrich farmer Kalangadoo trustee Institute Kalangadoo Kalangadoo East (Hundred of Grey) allotment land grant 1898 Grant Book 31 Page 354 County Grey

No 1 - likely to be the same person

SUDHOLZ/SÜDHOLZ, George Wilhelm gentleman Adelaide 1887 Memorial 126/388

SUDHOLZ/SÜDHOLZ, George W no description director of the Mt Ogilvy Mining Co 1890 Memorial 35/402

No 1

SUDHOLZ/SÜDHOLZ, Johann Wilhelm Albrecht farmer Adelaide 1851 Memorial 157/30

SUDHOLZ/SÜDHOLZ, Johann Wilhelm Abrecht farmer Gilles Plains 1852[-1866] Memorial 330/41

SUDHOLZ/SÜDHOLZ, Johann Wilhelm Albrecht farmer Section 499 Gilles Plains 1854 Memorial 55/63

SUDHOLZ/SÜDHOLZ, Johann Wilhem Albrecht gentleman Gilles Plains, power of attorney to George Wilhelm Südholz, to manage his SA business affairs 13/3/1883 Deposit 62/1883

No 1

SUDING, John carpenter Robe 1857[-1868] Memorial 192/131

SUDING, John carpenter Robe. Bible Christian Chapel Robe trustee 1877 Memorial 43/301

SUDING, John stockholder Robe 1877 Memorial 97/300

SUDING, John carpenter Robe Hundred of Waterhouse land grant 1879[-1880] Grant Book 50 Page 25 County Robe

SUDING, John contractor Robe 1884 Memorial 130/356

SUDING, Lawson Suter farmer Robe 1886 Memorial 188/377

SUDING, William grazier Robe 1890 Memorial 22/403

No 1

SUERDIECK, Heinrich painter Glenelg 1894 Application 22698

SUERDIECK, JH painter Norwood 1902 Memorial 147/445

SUESSBIER/SUSSBIER/SÜSSBIER, Christian mason Tanunda 1854[-1884] Memorial 107/76, Application 20064

SUESSBIER/SUSSBIER/SÜSSBIER, Christian gentleman Tanunda 1892 Application 22218

SUESSBIER/SUSSBIER/SÜSSBIER,, Friedrich farmer Tanunda 1854 Memorial 88/79

SUESSMANN/SUSSMANN/SÜSSMANN, Moritz merchant Laura 1893 Memorial 168/416

SUGARS, Albert Henry out of business Kooringa 1937, declared that he had lived his whole life in the area Application 28056

No 1

SUGARS, George gentleman formerly of Maria St, Thebarton but then of 3 George St, Thebarton, died 22/8/1918 Adelaide. Father of Mary Elizabeth Sugars spinster 3 George St, Thebarton and Herbert Reginald Sugars of Broken Hill NSW Memorial 186/514

SUGARS, George gentleman Thebarton, died 22/8/1918. He used to spend a lot of time gardening on an allotment next to his home in Maria St. He left his estate to his daughter, Mary Elizabeth Sugars, born 29/8/1877 who lived with him (the only girl of seven brothers). By 1940, she was living at George St, Thebarton. George Sugars left his engineering tools to his son, Herbert Reginald Sugars of Broken Hill NSW, who died on 8/1/1919 at Broken Hill. Another son was Sidney Stuart Sugars stock buyer Kintore St, Mile End 1939. Likely that the family attended Holy Trinity North Tce, Adelaide, as the Rector prepared George Sugars' will Application 28195

SUGARS, James out of business Belmont WA 1927, was born on 6/12/1851, the son of Thomas and Ann Sugars. Ann Sugars died in February 1903. Mary Elizabeth Sugars declared 14/3/1927 that she was a niece of James Sugars. [Original documents lost - not clear where above events occurred] Application 27559

No 1

SUGARS, Thomas brickmaker Marion 1851 Memorial 192/31

SUGARS, Thomas brickmaker St Leonards 1855 Memorial 200/90

Sugars, Thomas of St Leonards, who left SA in 1852 and was never heard of again. His widow, Ann Sugars, continued to live in their home at St Leonards until 1903, when she moved to be with her son George Sugars of Maria St, Thebarton. Here, she died 98/2/1904. Her eldest son, William Sugars, lived in WA and had one son who predeceased his father, who both died many years previously. Her son, George Sugars, had 8 sons and 1 daughter; only 3 sons and the daughter now alive. Her daughter Mary Ann DAVIS had 4 daughters. She died 1903; only 1 daughter now alive; James Sugars of WA had 9 sons and 3 daughters; son James Sugars lived in WA who had 9 sons and 3 daughters, of whom only 3 sons and 2 daughters are now living. Two other sons called Henry and Joseph Sugars. George Sugars paid his mother's medical and funeral expenses. Between 1921-1923, it appears that Mary Ann Sugars' address was c/- HM Gaol, Adelaide, according to the Glenelg Town Council. Mary Elizabeth Sugars spinster 3 George St, Thebarton, aged 61 in 1939, a granddaughter of Thomas Sugars, supplied much of the above information Application 28217

SUGARS, William farmer St Leonards 1857 Memorial 337/125

SUGG, Abraham gardener Pinnaroo. Hundred of Pinnaroo land grant 1909 Grant Book 12 Page 44 County Chandos

SUGG, Henry farmer Section 5 Hundred of Onkaparinga Co Adelaide 1854[-1856] Memorial 339/73

No 1 – the Elder

SUGG, Joseph labourer Brownhill Creek 1843 Memorial 214/7

SUGG, Joseph farmer Adelaide 1847 Memorial 331/84

SUGG, Joseph farmer [formerly of Adelaide but now of] Blackfellow Creek near Willunga [Should this read as Meadows?] 1854 Memorial 141/66

SUGG, Joseph farmer formerly of Adelaide but now of Pt Elliot 1855 Memorial 127/84

SUGG, Joseph (by mistake sometimes called SUDD) farmer Pt Elliot 1855 Memorial 351/93

SUGG, Joseph farmer near Pt Elliot 1881 Application 18830

SUGG, Joseph farmer Middleton, died 6/11/1904 Memorial 128/452

No 2 – the Younger

SUGG, Joseph farmer Mt Rat trustee Wesleyan Methodist Church Mt Rat Hundred of Koolywurtie land grant 1879 Grant Book 19 Page 312 County Fergusson

SUGG, Joseph the Younger farmer Middleton Hundred of Koolywurtie land grant 1883 Grant Book 19 Page 314 County Fergusson

No 3

SUGG, Joseph labourer Pinnaroo. Hundred of Pinnaroo land grant 1919 Grant Book 12 Page 51 County Chandos

SUGG, Sarah Ann married woman Blackwood 1928 Application 27649

No 1

SUGG, Thomas farmer Currency Creek 1867 Memorial 79/224

SUGG, T farmer Currency Creek 1892 Application 22202

No 2

SUGG, Thomas railway porter Cockburn 1893 Memorial 57/427

SUHARD, Louis Henry Lambert jeweller Adelaide (Grenfell St) and Emily Martha Suhard his wife. She had a half interest in the real estate of the late James COX now deceased. John Cox and George Cox the Younger brickmakers Norwood also linked with this family 1886 Memorials 72 & 73/384

No 1

SUHLING, Johann Diedrich clerk Adelaide 1867[-1869] Memorial 37/226

SUHLING, Johann Diedrich auctioneer and woolbroker Adelaide 1880 Memorial 247/326

SUHLING, Johann Dietrich gentleman Adelaide about to leave SA and to reside beyond the seas for a while 1884 Memorial 183/361

SUHLING, Johann Diedrich gentleman Adelaide, about to live in parts beyond the sea for some time, power of attorney to John Henry LUXMOORE gentleman Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 8/4/1884 Deposit 202/1884

SUHLING, Johann Diedrich gentleman Adelaide 1893 Memorial 200/416

No 1

SULLIVAN, Alfred John Doudle gentleman Tumby Bay linked with Ralph Edgar Sullivan auctioneer Pt Lincoln 1909 Memorial 113/461

SULLIVAN, Alfred John Doudle gentleman Pt Lincoln 1928 Memorial 95/499

SULLIVAN, Alfred John Doudle retired farmer Pt Lincoln, died 19/10/1936. Brother to Blanche Edith BORTHWICK, Peter Morek Sullivan, George Sullivan, and Percival Leo Trevelyn Sullivan. Uncle of Laurence Ralph Sullivan mercantile clerk Pt Lincoln Memorial 121/510

No 1

SULLIVAN, Andrew yeoman Navan 1858 Memorial 159/143

SULLIVAN, Andrew schoolmaster Kadina 1864 Memorial 97/200, Application 5396

SULLIVAN, Cornelius yeoman Thebarton 1853 Memorial 363/47

SULLIVAN, Daniel labourer Wallaroo Mines. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1871 Grant Book 14 Page 71 County Daly

No 1

SULLIVAN, Denis mason Hindmarsh 1848[-1855] Memorial 275/12

SULLIVAN, Denis stonemason Adelaide, who died c1870, left his entire estate to his daughter, Catherine HOLLOWAY wife of Hugh Quilter Holloway stonemason Adelaide Memorial 40/249

SULLIVAN, Denis stonemason Hindmarsh had bought lot 104 John St, Hindmarsh, in September 1848. He erected a cottage on the site and died in it on 6/6/1870. His daughter, Catherine Sullivan, lived in the cottage from 1848 until she married Hugh Quilter HOLLOWAY storeman Adelaide (West Tce) in 1850 (Still there 1866). Between 1850-1877, she lived in Adelaide, Stepney and Norwood, but frequently visited her relatives in Hindmarsh. She returned to live in her father's cottage in 1877. Is that the date when she became a widow? Phoebe McLaren HOLLOWAY 28 spinster Pt Adelaide (Father: Hugh Holloway) married Arthur PEARCE 23 bachelor driver Pt Adelaide (Father: James Pearce) on 20/6/1891 All Saints Hindmarsh. Minister: HM POLLITT. Witnesses: John R RICHARDSON saddler North Adelaide and Annie E Holloway spinster Hindmarsh Application 23296

SULLIVAN, Edgar estate agent Pt Lincoln 1908 Application 25420

SULLIVAN, EP linesman Blyth St, Pt Lincoln 1925 Application 27399

No 1

SULLIVAN, Eugene farmer Hundred of Munno Para 1855[-1856] Memorial 472/88

SULLIVAN, Eugene farmer now or formerly of the Hundred of Munno Para linked with Morgan Sullivan farmer Hundred of Munno Para 1857 Memorial 256/116

SULLIVAN, Eugene farmer Gawler Hills Hundred of Saddleworth land grant 1859 Grant Book 44 Page 318 County Light

SULLIVAN, Eugene farmer Chinkford (later Manoora) Co Light. Hundred of Booyoolie land grant 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 147 County Victoria

SULLIVAN, Eugene Thomas formerly PMG linesman but now billiard hall proprietor Pt Lincoln 1956, declared that he had lived in the town for 36 years Application 29210

SULLIVAN, Frank Farmer farm labourer Tintinara. Tintinara (Hundred of Coombe) township allotment land grant 1915 Grant Book 10 Page 103 County Cardwell

SULLIVAN, Henry storekeeper Louth NSW [and probably formerly resident in SA c1869] 'about to leave the colonies for England' 1882 Memorial 250/340

SULLIVAN, Henry Forbes of Adelaide 1882 Memorial 13/343

SULLIVAN, Ignatius farmer Morphett Vale 1853[-1854] Memorial 150/55

No 1 - perhaps the same person

SULLIVAN, John stonemason Adelaide 1846[-1852] Memorial 175/7

SULLIVAN, John mason Hindmarsh, left SA in early 1852 for the Victorian gold diggings. Nothing further was ever heard of him after 4/7/1852 and it was presumed that he died intestate. His father, Denis Sullivan, who inherited John Sullivan's Hindmarsh allotment, died in June 1870, almost an imbecile. John Sullivan's sister, Catherine HOLLOWAY wife of Hugh Quilter Holloway, inherited his allotment 113 in Howard St, Hindmarsh, as heiress at law. A Supreme Court case re her right to ownership decided in her favour, when tenant Benjamin Taylor refused to pay rent because he said she had no clear right to title. 'The Court were of opinion that the question was whether John Sullivan died before Denis Sullivan made the will, and from the evidence they thought the presumption was that John Sullivan's death had occurred prior to his father's death. The wattle bark which B Taylor had taken illegally from the allotment had to be compensated at £25 1897 Application 23390

No 2

SULLIVAN, John plasterer Adelaide bought and sold land in Bowden 1849[-1851] Memorial 360/62

No 3

SULLIVAN, John stone mason Gawler 1853[-1863] Memorial 252/58

SULLIVAN, John mason formerly of Gawler but now of Adelaide 1868 Memorial 84/234

No 3 - perhaps the same person

SULLIVAN, John carpenter and wheelwright Adelaide 1849 Memorial 424/16

SULLIVAN, John carpenter St Marys 1851[-1855] Memorial 477/37

No 4

SULLIVAN, John and Morgan Sullivan farmers Adelaide (South Tce) 1852. They had probably moved to the Gawler Hills by 1853 Memorial 143/39.

SULLIVAN, John farmer Gawler Hills near Smithfield, died between 1868-1875. He left the whole of his personal estate to his son, Morgan Sullivan, absolutely. The real estate to go into trust to sell enough to provide £300 for the testator's daughter, Mary Ann Sullivan, then the rest to go to Morgan Sullivan absolutely Memorial 180/282

SULLIVAN, John farmer Gawler Hills, died 2/6/1875. He left his entire estate to his son, Morgan Sullivan farmer Gawler Hills. Estate worth £300. Morgan Sullivan farmer Gawler Hills, died 23/7/1886 Adelaide. Estate worth £60. He asked to be buried next to his father in the West Tce Cemetery. Estate to be divided equally amongst his brothers and sisters - John Sullivan mason Adelaide, Eugene Sullivan now deceased, Julia Sullivan wife of Jeremiah Sullivan tailor Adelaide, and Mary Ann Sullivan spinster Gawler Hills Application 21092

No 5

SULLIVAN, John, Michael and Edmund farmers Adelaide 1854 Hundred of Gilbert land purchase Memorial 273/67

SULLIVAN, John, Michael and Edmund farmers Hundred of Gilbert 1858 Memorial 273/67

No 6

SULLIVAN, John police constable Adelaide 1857 Memorial 305/125

No 7

SULLIVAN, John railway porter Bowden 1862, linked with Denis Sullivan policeman Adelaide Application 3121

No 8

SULLIVAN, John labourer Payneham linked with Michael Sullivan gardener Payneham 1880 Memorial 99/327

SULLIVAN, John labourer Payneham 1881 Application 18914

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

SULLIVAN, Joseph [the Elder] farmer near Hoyleton 1901 Memorial 228/443

SULLIVAN, Joseph [the Younger] and Mark farmers near Hoyleton 1880 Memorial 103/321

SULLIVAN, Joseph and Mark farmers Hoyleton Hundred of Hall land grant 1888 Grant Book 56 Page 223 County Stanley

SULLIVAN, Joseph [the Younger] and Mark farmers [formerly of near Hoyleton but now of] near Halbury 1901 Memorial 228/443

SULLIVAN, Lawrence Ralph clerk Pt Lincoln 1927 Memorial 11/498

No 1

SULLIVAN, Mark 28 baker Wakefield Bridge (Father: Denys Sullivan) married Catherine GRIFFITHS nee Williams 37 residence not stated (Father: Thomas Williams) on 11/1/1862 St Aloysius Sevenhill. Witnesses Edward DOHERTY and Matthew FOX labourers Sevenhill Application 12342

SULLIVAN, Mark farmer Auburn 1862 Application 2761

SULLIVAN, Mark of the Hundred of Hall 1886 Memorial 134/376

SULLIVAN, Catherine widow Halbury (relict of the late Mark Sullivan the Elder farmer Halbury who died intestate with a £190 estate) linked with Joseph and Mark Sullivan [the Younger] farmers Halbury 1899-1901 Memorials 226 & 227/443

No 2

SULLIVAN, Mark farmer Humbug Scrub Keilli township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 14 Page 488 County Daly

SULLIVAN, Mary Ann widow Prospect, died 7/3/1882, of heart disease, aged 67 Application 22231

No 1

SULLIVAN, Michael farmer Gawler Plains 1854 Memorial 492/66

No 2

SULLIVAN, Michael wood cutter Fifth Creek 1863 Memorial 273/190

SULLIVAN, Michael farmer Fifth Creek 1871 Memorial 2/255

SULLIVAN, Michael carter Black Hill Road near Adelaide 1866 Memorial 145/208

SULLIVAN, Michael formerly of Fifth Creek but now of Hectorville 1883 Application 19660

No 3

SULLIVAN, Michael police sergeant Adelaide, died 1866-1875. He left his entire estate in trust to his wife, Mary Sullivan, for life, then absolutely in equal shares in remainder expectant to all his sons - Daniel Thomas Sullivan, Michael John Sullivan, Thomas William Sullivan, John Armstrong Sullivan and William Sullivan Memorial 196/283

No 1

SULLIVAN, Morgan farmer Gawler 1854 Memorial 343/72

SULLIVAN, Morgan farmer Gawler Hills near Smithfield 1867[-1876] Memorial 130/221

SULLIVAN, Morgan farmer Adelaide 1883 Memorial 201/353

No 1

SULLIVAN, Owen shoemaker Norwood 1850 Memorial 313/26

SULLIVAN, Owen married Catherine Maria nee VINCENT, on 14/5/1844 Battersea parish church, Surrey, England. The Sullivans emigrated to SA, where they settled Norwood, on land O Sullivan purchased from William Charles STAMP in Chapel St. O Sullivan built two semi-detached cottages on the site. In July 1851, O Sullivan became dangerously ill, and could not continue his work as a shoemaker. Mrs Sullivan was ill at the same time and no money came in to pay debts. Owen SULLIVAN died 15/7/1851, and Mrs Sullivan sold the houses for £65 to James WALKER carpenter Chapel St, Norwood, to raise money for debts in connection with her husband's illness and death. The Walker family lived in one house from 18/7/1851, and a tenant, James William ALLISON, lived in the other cottage, already when the Sullivans lived there. Mrs Sullivan remarried to George PETTER mason One Tree Hill by 1873. She had no family by her first husband Application 12477

No 1

SULLIVAN, Peter Monks farmer Tumby Bay Hundred of Hutchison land grant 1879 Grant Book 21 Page 88 County Flinders

No 1

SULLIVAN, Ralph Edgar JP farmer Pt Lincoln 1902[-1903] Memorial 165/446

SULLIVAN, Ralph Edgar storekeeper Pt Lincoln 1902 Memorial 87/445

SULLIVAN, Ralph Edgar farmer Tumby Bay 1905 Application 24885

SULLIVAN, Ralph Edgar auctioneer Pt Lincoln 1905[-1911] Application 25991

SULLIVAN, Ralph Edgar commission agent Pt Lincoln 1905[-1906] Memorial 69/454

SULLIVAN, Ralph Edgar commission agent Pt Lincoln 1907 Application 25350

SULLIVAN, Ralph Edgar auctioneer Pt Lincoln 1910 Application 25818

SULLIVAN, Ralph Edgar commission agent Pt Lincoln 1924 Application 27299

SULLIVAN, Richard of Blanchetown 1860 Memorial 259/165

No 1

SULLIVAN, Richard Forbes gentleman Adelaide, power of attorney to Septimus Verinder PIZEY agent Adelaide, and his wife Frances Mary Sullivan of Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 14/12/1872 Deposit 141/1874

SULLIVAN, Richard Forbes of Adelaide 1882 Memorial 13/343

SULLIVAN, Richard William police corporal Pt Lincoln Hundred of Hutchison land grant 1869[-1871] Grant Book 21 Page 86 County Flinders

No 1

SULLIVAN, Robert labourer Dublin 1905 Memorial 39/453

SULLIVAN, Robert farm labourer Dublin 1915 Memorial 70/473

No 1

SULLIVAN, Samuel Grose school teacher Parkside [bought farm land in the Hundred of Tiparra] 1895 Memorial 59/424

SULLIVAN, Samuel Grose schoolteacher Parkside 1903 Memorial 172/450

SULLIVAN, Thaddeus labourer Gawler 1869 Application 10297

SULLIVAN, Thomas customs officer Semaphore 1875 Application 14538

SULLIVAN, Thomas William clerk to RN COLLEY of Adelaide 1882 Memorial 78/346

SULLIVAN, Timothy farmer Willunga 1902 Application 24399

No 1 - perhaps the Elder and the Younger involved here?

SULLIVAN, William tailor Adelaide 1851, 1854 Memorial 419/38

SULLIVAN, William of Prospect 1851 Memorial 331/38

SULLIVAN, William tailor Prospect 1852[-1853] Memorial 460/45

SULLIVAN, William tailor Prospect died April 1868. His widow Mary Ann Sullivan died in November 1876 Application 22367

SULLIVAN, William farmer Prospect 1856[-1877] Memorial 290/95

SULLIVAN, William farmer formerly of Prospect but now of Section 9 Hundred of Onkaparinga 1856 Memorial 419/97

No 1

SULLIVAN, William husband of Mary Ann Sullivan formerly Mrs Mary Ann TUCKER nee BAILEY who had two sons, James and Joseph Tucker, by her first marriage. W Sullivan died during 1864 or later. No description of these people Memorial 247/294

No 2

SULLIVAN, William farmer Wonna 1890 Memorial 197/403

SULLOCK, Barry William shipwright Pt Adelaide 1848 Memorial 180/13

SULLY, John carpenter Adelaide 1858 Memorial 319/142

No 1

SULLY, Walter of Adelaide 1877 Memorial 182/302

SULLY, Walter mine manager Worrika 1878 Memorial 214/310

SULZMANN, Carl Charles Rudolph telegraph operator Tarlee Co Light. Booyoolie (later part of Gladstone Hundred of Booyoolie) township allotment land grant 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 317 County Victoria

No 1

SULZMANN, Johannes Richard miller's clerk Laura 1880 Memorial 239/325

SULZMANN, Johannes Richard miller Laura Hundred of Appila land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 507 County Frome

SULZMANN, Johannes Richard commercial traveller North Kensington 1899[-1913] Memorial 24/438

SULZMANN, Johannes Richard retired commercial traveller North Kensington 1920 Memorial 154/481

SULZMANN, Elizabeth widow Kensington 1929 Application 27732

No 1

SULZMANN, Matthias yeoman Tanunda 1854[-1858] Memorial 118/65

SULZMANN, Matthias clockmaker Tanunda 1884 Application 20064

SUMMERHAYS, Edwin clerk to Messrs FLEMING, BOUCAUT & ASHTON solicitors Adelaide 1882 Memorial 42/342

No 1

SUMMERHAYS, George builder Dulwich 1885 Memorial 35/364

SUMMERHAYS, George builder Dulwich, power of attorney to Richard BARRETT agent of Newbery, Barrett & Lyne Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 21/1/1885 Deposit 42/1885

SUMMERLAND, Isaac carpenter Adelaide 1852 Memorial 331/39

SUMMERS, Alexander farmer Hundred of Gumbowie 1888 Memorial 201/394

SUMMERS, Edward labourer Sheaoak Log 1860 Application 1840

SUMMERS, Edward George farmer Ulooloo Hundred of Terowie land grant 1880 Grant Book 40 Page 14 County Kimberley

SUMMERS, FJ clerk Adelaide 1891 Memorial 1/411

SUMMERS, George Wright warehouseman Coromandel Valley 1902 Memorial 50/446

No 1

SUMMERS, Henry Charles labourer Melrose, died 23/3/1942. Husband of Mary Louisa Summers Memorial 86/517

ELLMER, Dorothy May married woman 3 Dulcie St, Dulwich 1953, declared that she was the daughter of Henry Charles SUMMERS labourer Melrose, who died 23/3/1942. Her unnamed mother mentioned; also a sister, Ellen STUTLEY of Melrose Application 28946

No 1 - likely to be the same person

SUMMERS, Henry butcher Milang 1877 Memorial 155/301

SUMMERS, Henry William butcher Milang 1882[-1887] Memorial 172/344

SUMMERS, Henry William butcher formerly of Milang but now of Brompton Park 1892 Memorial 207/413

No 1

SUMMERS, James McPherson engine driver Kapunda and Mary Ann Summers his wife 1885 Memorial 228/374

SUMMERS, Mary Ann formerly of Kapunda but now of Boolara Vic wife of James McPherson Summers 1889 Memorial 244/397

No 1 - likely to be the same person

SUMMERS, John carpenter Adelaide 1856[-1861] Memorial 266/107, Application 2417

SUMMERS, John builder Adelaide 1860[-1861] Memorial 253/168

SUMMERS, John builder Kadina, died 17/10/1869, leaving his real estate to his wife, Susannah Summers, in trust for life. She died 25/6/1894. The original trustee, Henry CAVILL, had died 6/5/1876. Trustees for his estate were Mary Ann Cavill and Charlotte Mary Ann LEWIS wife of John Newton Lewis agent King William Road North Unley. Mary Ann Cavill had died by 1903, leaving Mrs Lewis as the trustee. The estate to go to George Summers and his brother Charles Summers equally absolutely in remainder expectant, sons of John Summers. George Summers carpenter formerly of Kadina, but then of 28 Waterloo St, Leamington, Co Warwick, power of attorney to James HENDERSON, William Henderson and Charles Waterfield HAYWARD solicitors Adelaide, to finalise the estate of his father John Summers and transfer the remainder to George Summers 24/6/1903 Deposit 72/1903

SUMMERS, Luke labourer Sheaoak Log Co Light. Laura (Hundred of Booyoolie) township allotment land grant 1872 Grant Book 60 Page 452 County Victoria

No 1

SUMMERS, Nathaniel gentleman Adelaide 1852 Memorial 475/43

SUMMERS, Nathaniel company secretary Adelaide Secretary to the Royal Mining Co of SA 1854 Memorial 15/67

SUMMERS, Nathaniel of Adelaide secretary to the Equitable Building & Land Company 1854 Memorial 163/68

SUMMERS, Nathaniel gentleman Adelaide had a brother called Samuel Summers no description 1860 Memorial 160/164

SUMMERS, Robert farmer North Gumeracha 1865[-1866] Memorial 8/210

SUMMERS, Samuel gentleman Adelaide 1853[-1862] Memorial 136/62

No 1

SUMMERS, Thomas blacksmith Sheringa Sheringa (Hundred of Way) township allotment land grant 1885 Grant Book 48 Page 102 County Musgrave

SUMMERS, Thomas storekeeper Kooring Sheringa (Hundred of Way) township allotment land grant 1888 Grant Book 48 Page 103 County Musgrave

No 2

SUMMERS, Thomas publican Belair 1905[-1906] Memorial 139/453

SUMMERS, William farmer Hallett Hundred of Terowie land grant 1881 Grant Book 40 Page 16 County Kimberley

SUMMERS, William Henry butcher Milang 1877[-1887] Memorial 155/301

SUMMERTON, Caleb and George the Elder farmers Hundred of Boolcunda Co Newcastle. Albert and William Summerton mentioned but not described 1886 Memorial 11/375

SUMMERTON, Charles labourer Gawler Hills near Gawler and William Summerton wheelwright Maryborough Vic sons of the late Edward Summerton formerly farmer Gawler Hills now deceased. Emily Summerton widow Gawler Hills probably the mother to the two Summerton brothers 1877 Memorial 22/299

No 2

SUMMERTON, Charles draper's assistant Gawler South 1913 Application 26214

No 1

SUMMERTON, Edward labourer Pt Adelaide 1851[-1855] Memorial 258/30 Hundred of Munno Para land grant 1855 Memorial 193/85

SUMMERTON, Edward labourer Pt Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of Munno Para land grant 1853 Grant Book 1 Page 89 County Adelaide

SUMMERTON, Edward farmer South Para River 1856 Memorial 14/115

SUMMERTON, Edward farmer Gawler Hills 1863 Memorial 160/229

SUMMERTON, Edward farmer Gawler Hills Munno Para East and Emily Summerton his wife parents of John Summerton, Mary Ann Summerton, Elizabeth Summerton, William Summerton, Julia Summerton and Charles Summerton. Edward Summerton owned cottages in Nile St, Pt Adelaide 1866 Memorial 111/262

SUMMERTON, Edward farmer Gawler Hills, died c1866. His family was situated thus by 1877: Mary Ann HARVEY wife of William Charles Michael Harvey painter Mt Gambier; Elizabeth SHEPHERDSON wife of Alexander Shepherdson labourer Mt Gambier; William Summerton wheelwright Maryborough Vic; Julia WITHERS wife of Thomas Withers of Gawler; Charles Summerton labourer near Gawler - likely also other members of this family Memorial 22/299

SUMMERTON, Edward farmer Gawler Hills, died c1866. His left two cottages on part lot 7, Nile St, Pt Adelaide, to his wife, Emily Summerton, absolutely. Sections 3342 and 3335, Munno Para East, to go to his wife, Emily, and his son, John, in trust for her natural life, then to the son absolutely in remainder expectant. Then he had to pay £100 each, within two years of his mother’s death, to his other brothers and sisters, Mary Ann, Elizabeth, William, Julia and Charles Summerton Deposit 164/1872

SUMMERTON, Emily widow Gawler Hills linked with John Edward Summerton farmer Gawler Hills 1871 Memorial 84/252

No 1

SUMMERTON, Frederick Charles turner Gawler South and Ellenor Florence Summerton his wife linked with John Edward Summerton labourer Gawler South 1920 Memorial 115/480

SUMMERTON, Frederick Charles turner Gawler South 1927, and Ellenor Florence Summerton his wife Application 27607

No 1

SUMMERTON, Gayton yeoman Adelaide 1847 Memorial 441/7 [Formerly yeoman Adelaide but now] Shoemaker Kensington 1849[-1851] Memorial 171/14

SUMMERTON, Gayton shoemaker [formerly shoemaker Kensington but now of] Echunga 1855[-1857] Memorial 472/91

SUMMERTON, Gayton yeoman Mt Barker 1862 Memorial 321/185

SUMMERTON, Gayton shoemaker pt Section 12 Hundred of Onkaparinga, probably near Uraidla. He had erected ‘a wretched hovel on the same’ 1883 Application 19701

No 1

SUMMERTON, George labourer Adelaide 1849 Memorial 114/57 SUMMERTON, George yeoman Pt Adelaide 1852 Memorial 474/44

SUMMERTON, George formerly labourer Adelaide but now yeoman Gawler Plains 1853 Memorial 51/57 Farmer Gawler Plains 1854 Memorial 160/65 Farmer Gawler 1854 Memorial 435/66

SUMMERTON, George baker formerly of the Gawler Plains but now of Gawler 1856 Memorial 66/101

SUMMERTON, George farmer near Auburn 1867 Application 8145

SUMMERTON, George farmer Auburn Co Stanley. Hundred of Crystal Brook land grant 1879 Grant Book 60 Page 225 County Victoria

SUMMERTON, Henry labourer East Auburn 1856[-1859] Memorial 43/106

SUMMERTON, John labourer Gawler South 1913 Application 26214

No 1

SUMMERTON, John Edward farmer Gawler Hills linked with Emily Summerton widow Gawler Hills 1871 Memorial 84/252

SUMMERTON, John Edward labourer Gawler South 1882[-1920] Memorial 66/340

No 1

SUMMERTON, Stephen of the Hundred of Munno Para near Gawler 1853 Memorial 473/56

SUMMERTON, Stephen farmer Munno Para 1853 Memorial 366/62

SUMMERTON, Stephen farmer Gawler 1854 Memorial 157/74

SUMMERTON, Stephen farmer Gawler Hills near Gawler 1858 Memorial 325/141

SUMMERVILLE, Thomas of Spalding 1890 Memorial 225/404

SUMNER, Edwin Thomas baker Mt Torrens 1912[-1949] Memorial 96/466

SUMNER, George farmer formerly of the Hundred of Alma 1859 but now the Wakefield River 1867 Application 8577

SUMNER, Richard produce storeman North Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of Bews land grant 1907 Grant Book 12 Page 3 County Chandos

No 1

SUMNER, Thomas Richard baker Goolwa 1857[-1892] Memorial 58/126

SUMNER, Thomas Richard formerly farmer but now auctioneer Goolwa 1865 Application 6339

SUMNER, Thomas Richard baker Goolwa 1867 Application 8285

SUMNER, Thomas Richard auctioneer Goolwa 1870 Application 11060

SUMNER, Thomas Richard grocer Goolwa 1877 Memorial 192/299

SUMNER, Thomas Richard storekeeper Goolwa died 24/12/1901. His widow called Janet Sumner, of Currency Creek in 1902. Their children included Mary Jane BOWLEY wife of Joseph Albert Bowley telegraph station master Petersburg, Fanny Elizabeth DRIVER wife of Raymond Lauriston Driver clerk Pt Adelaide, Richard Sumner, Alfred Henry Sumner, and William Sumner Application 24406

SUMNER, William retired baker Goolwa 1928, declared that he had lived in Goolwa for 64 years Application 27707

SUMPTER, George farmer Hindmarsh Island 1859[-1861] Memorial 255/159

SUMPTION, John yeoman Kingston S-E Hundred of Rivoli Bay land grant 1880 Grant Book 31 Page 254 County Grey

No 1

SUMSION, William carriage trimmer Adelaide (Rundle St) 1851 Memorial 114/36

SUMSION, William saddler Norwood 1854[-1865] Memorial 174/65

SUMSION, William coach trimmer Norwood 1871 Memorial 174/252

No 1

SUNDERLAND, Richard farmer Yatala 1879 Memorial 205/315

SUNDERLAND, Richard farmer Dry Creek 1880 Memorial 151/326

No 1

SUNMAN, Alfred farmer Currency Creek 1862[-1865] Memorial 292/180

SUNMAN, Alfred master mariner Goolwa 1875 Memorial 132/283

No 1

SUNMAN, Alfred Charles gentleman Currency Creek 1867 Memorial 145/218

SUNMAN, Alfred Charles gentleman formerly of Currency Creek 1867 now of Goolwa 1868 Application 9467

SUNMAN, Alfred Charles master mariner Goolwa 1872 Memorial 237/260

No 1

SUNMAN, Richard Henry and Robert Richard Chambers Sunman farmers Currency Creek 1892 Memorial 213/415

SUNMAN, Richard Henry farmer Currency Creek 1902 Memorial 162/445

SUNMAN, Richard Henry farmer Currency Creek 1914, declared that he had lived in the area for some 60 years Application 26401

SUNMAN, Richard Henry farmer Currency Creek, died 3/10/1932. Brother of Bertha Lilian Sunman. Great-uncle of Gordon Stewart DICK industrial chemist Grove Ave, Richmond Memorials 39 & 60/506

SUNMAN, Robert farmer Currency Creek 1856. Trustee of the Public School Government Reserve pt Section 2402 'by a public road leading from Goolwa to Currency Creek' Memorial 288/102

SUNMAN, Robert Richard Chambers farmer Currency Creek 1857[-1883] Memorial 213/115, Application 19797

No 1

SUNTER, Edward yeoman Strathalbyn 1852 Enrolment 8/34

SUNTER, Edward storekeeper Strathalbyn 1856[-1864] Macclesfield Wesleyan Chapel trustee Memorial 299/101

SUNTER, Edward storekeeper Strathalbyn trustee Wesleyan Methodist Chapel Queens Own Town Queens Own Town (later Finniss Hundred of Kondoparinga) township allotment land grant 1868 Grant Book 36 Page 472 County Hindmarsh

SUNTER, Edward gentleman Strathalbyn. Strathalbyn Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee 1869 Memorial 186/242

SUNTER, Edward retired storekeeper Strathalbyn, died 1/8/1870, of calculus albumnineria, aged 47 Application 24280

SUNTER, Edward retired storekeeper Strathalbyn, died 1/8/1870 calculus Application 24373

SUNTER, James Clarkson salesman Adelaide 1889 Memorial 94/399

No 1

SUNTER, Joseph Tregilgas teacher Norwood 1876 Memorial 193/293

SUNTER, Joseph Tregilgas gentleman formerly of Norwood but now of Melbourne Vic 1877[-1880] Memorial 100/303

No 1

SUPPLE, Patrick publican Truro 1851 Memorial 321/35

SUPPLE, Patrick labourer Adelaide. Hundred of Pt Adelaide land grant 1855 Grant Book 1 Page 229 County Adelaide

SUPPLE, Patrick labourer Adelaide 1856 Memorial 260/107

No 2

SUPPLE, Patrick of Virginia linked with Thomas Supple gentleman Adelaide 1887 Memorial 11/389

SUPPLE, Patrick 23 labourer Virginia (Father: James Supple) married Catherine O’DEA 22 spinster Virginia (Father: James O’Dea) 13/1/1861 in St Augustine’s Salisbury. Witnesses James O’Dea farmer and Honorah O’Dea spinster both Peachey Belt. Catherine Supple, wife of Patrick Supple, died 23/8/1864 Magill intestate, of consumption, aged 25. The Supples had three children, all of whom died in infancy before the mother died. Michael O’Dea farmer Virginia, was Catherine Supple’s brother. By 1871, Patrick Supple was an ostler in Adelaide Application 11206

No 1

SUPPLE, Thomas out of business Adelaide (Currie St), died c1906. Executors; William Joseph DENNY law student Adelaide (South Tce) and Daniel RYAN telegraph operator Adelaide (Currie St) Memorial 120/455

No 2

SUPPLE, Thomas hotelkeeper Bowden 1912 Memorial 15/468

No 1 - likely to be the same person

SUPPLE, Thomas William railway employee Adelaide 1892 Memorial 189/415

SUPPLE, Thomas William painter Hindmarsh 1900 Memorial 225/439

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

SUPPLE, Thomas William hotelkeeper Adelaide (Talbot Inn Gouger St), died 11/6/1915. Husband of Laura Supple Memorial 50/474

SUPPLE, Thomas William licensed victualler Talbot Inn, Gouger St Adelaide, died 11/6/1915. He left his estate to his wife, Laura Supple. Estate worth £2,000 Application 26533

No 1

SUPPLE, William of North Kapunda 1850 Memorial 198/23

SUPPLE, William shoemaker Kapunda 1854[-1856] Memorial 72/70

SUPPLE, William shoemaker Victoria township near Kapunda 1856 Memorial 77/102

SUPPLE, William licensed victualler Kapunda 1857 Memorial 21/132

SUPPLE, William and his wife Ellen Supple lived in Tasmania before coming to SA. The family had three sons and several daughters. Two sons died young - William Supple the Younger, son of William Supple the Elder bootmaker Morphett St, Adelaide, died 29/10/1845, of water on the brain, aged 9 months; John Supple, died 24/6/1852 District of Adelaide of worms, aged 3 years 2 months. Surviving son, Thomas William Supple, born 19/5/1859 Kapunda, to his parents, William Supple publican Kapunda and Ellen nee MCCARTHY. By 1892, TW Supple was a railway employee at Mile End. George TUCK bootmaker Adelaide (Hindley St), who had been friendly with the Supple family ever since he had arrived in VDL during 1842, supplied much of the above information Application 22403

SUPPLE, William of Kapunda died c1860. His whole estate left to his wife, Ellen Supple, absolutely Application 19232

SUPPLE, William of Kapunda died 3/1/1863. His wife, Ellen Supple, remarried to James FRY a contractor. Ellen Fry died 1/6/1892 Wakefield St, Adelaide, of senile decay and haematemesis, aged 80. Only surviving children of the Supples in 1901, included Ophelia MARTIN wife of William Martin teamster Kapunda, and Thomas William Supple. Sons William and John Supple had died in infancy Application 24294

SURFIELD, Emma (wife of John Surfield gentleman Stepney), died c1889 Memorial 69/401

No 1

SURFIELD, Thomas labourer Gawler 1867 Memorial 121/223

SURFIELD, Thomas labourer formerly of Gawler but then of Pt Victor 1904 Memorial 101/452

No 1

SURFLEN, Amadis farmer Reedbeds near Pt Adelaide 1848[-1855] Memorial 491/10

SURFLEN, Amadis farmer Reedbeds, died 23/5/1860 intestate. Husband of Emily Surflen. Son of Edward Surflen Esquire Margate, Kent, England, who died 20/10/1870. Edward Surflen's widow, Elizabeth Surflen, died 16/8/1877 Memorial 8/403

SURFLEN, Edward captain Reedbeds, died 16/10/1881, of senile atrophy, aged 77. He lived with his brother and sister-in-law, Amadis and Emily Surflen, who farmed the land. After Amadis Surflen died 1860, Emily Surflen became a grazier, and Edward Surflen took no part in these activities. Their property included Section 450 and pt Section 2075 Survey B. Friends of the family included John Edward FIELDER gentleman Henley Beach and Walter John PORTER storekeeper Alberton Application 22006

SURMAN, William farmer Ardrossan 1886 Memorial 191/375

No 1

SURTEES, Harriett widow Devonshire Place, Middlesex, England purchased SA real estate in 1842. By 1846, she had remarried to Benjamin WHICHCOTE Esquire now also of Devonshire Place, Middlesex, England. The couple still lived there in 1853. Probably a relative of John Oliver Surtees Esquire London, Middlesex 1849 Memorials 130 &137/7, 159/14, 404/46

WHICHOTE, Benjamin Esquire Devonshire Place, Middlesex, England, and Harriet Whichcote his wife, formerly Harriet SURTEES widow, power of attorney to George MORPHETT gentleman formerly of Adelaide, but presently of 5 Lloyd St, Claremont Square, Middlesex, England, shortly to return to SA, to administer land bought with 8 land orders Nos 1152-1159 in SA 5/9/1845. B Whichote owned lease land in the South Para Survey Deposit 21/OA

SUSCOMBE, James Hawker farmer Clarendon 1853 Memorial 182/52

SUTCLIFFE, David Whittaker builder Goodwood West 1901 Memorial 110/445

SUTCLIFFE, H commissioner for taking affidavits Blinman 1889 Memorial 119/399

No 1

SUTCLIFFE, John Esquire Blackwall, Borough of Halifax, Yorks, England, purchased and then leased out investment real estate in the Mt Barker District and Survey C in SA 1855[-1858] Memorial 46/128

SUTCLIFFE, John formerly the Younger Esquire Ovenden Hall, Halifax, Yorks, England bachelor, died 9/2/1867, aged 56. John Sutcliffe’s only sister (he had no brother) was Martha Ann Sutcliffe (Father John Sutcliffe the Elder), who married 5/4/1838 Halifax Parish Church, George Sutcliffe manufacturer of Heptonstall (parents Thomas and Elizabeth Sutcliffe). George and Mary Ann Sutcliffe were the parents of Gamaliel Sutcliffe, their eldest son, born 20/3/1842. Martha Ann Sutcliffe died 1/6/1860. Thomas Sutcliffe the Elder died Ovenden Hall 9/10/1836, aged 81. As a result of their deaths, their son, Gamaliel Sutcliffe Esquire Stoneshay Gate, Heptonstall, Halifax, Yorks, England, issued power of attorney to Lavington GLYDE Esquire Adelaide, to sell the SA real estate of his uncle, the late John Sutcliffe the Younger, prior to the settlement of the estate Deposits 51/1871, 200/1885

No 1

SUTCLIFFE, Joseph of Halifax, Yorks, England, purchased investment real estate for lease in the Hundreds of Willunga and Yatala 1839 Memorial 2/5

SUTCLIFFE, Joseph wine merchant Halifax, Yorks, England, died 25/7/1857. He directed that his wife, Mary Ellen Sutcliffe (probably nee FURNESS) receive £50 absolutely after his death. The rest of the personal and real estate to be sold and the capital put into trust to pay the widow an annuity of £200 a year for life. After her death, the trust fund to be shared equally absolutely in remainder expectant amongst the testator’s children. Estate worth £5,000 Enrolment 37/55

SUTCLIFFE, Mary Ellen widow Southport, Lancs, England, power of attorney to Edward Amand WRIGHT agent Adelaide, to manage her SA real estate 5/8/1875 Deposit 263/1875

SUTCLIFFE, Joseph George Esquire St Benedict’s Edge Hill, Wimbledon, Surrey, England, and the Rev’d Father William Ormond Sutcliffe Roman Catholic priest 7 Hewitt Road, Hampstead, Middlesex, England, power of attorney to Percy Francis LEADER estate agent Imperial Chambers King William St, Adelaide, and Thomas Campbell WALKER accountant Currie St, Adelaide, to sell pt Section 218 Survey C, in the Hundred of Willunga, to the SA Railways for a railway line 6/10/1919 Deposit 7/1914

No 1

SUTCLIFFE, Robert carter Pt Adelaide 1857[-1863] Memorial 205/134

SUTCLIFFE, Robert labourer Portland Estate 1876 Memorial 230/293

SUTCLIFFE, Robert carter formerly of Pt Adelaide 1857 but now of the Portland Estate 1876 Application 15237

No 1

SUTER, Edward cordwainer Adelaide (Grenfell St) 1849 Memorial 131/14

SUTER, Edward cordwainer Adelaide 1850[-1854] Memorial 492/22

SUTER, Edward gentleman Adelaide, about to leave the province for a time, power of attorney to Robert HAWKES commission agent Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 19/12/1854 Deposit 307/OA

SUTER, Edward bootmaker Adelaide (Franklin St) 1859 Memorial 99/152

No 1

SUTER, George labourer Walkerville linked with Henry Suter greengrocer Payneham 1883 Memorial 174/351

SUTER, George labourer Walkerville linked with Henry Suter greengrocer Evandale 1885 Memorial 65/366

No 1

SUTER, Thomas brickmaker Walkerville 1847 Memorial 227/8

SUTER, Thomas labourer Walkerville and Mary Suter his wife 1856 Memorial 7/346

SUTER, Thomas arrived in SA 1839 (Son William Suter came 1836; daughter Emma RUSSELL arrived 1837). He bought land at Walkerville, built a cottage there, and resided there until he died 29/5/1856. His wife Mary Suter, who died 7/8/1882, had a life interest in the land, then to his children equally absolutely in remainder expectant as tenants-in-common. Family - Emma RUSSELL nee Suter widow Prospect; George Suter labourer Walkerville; Henry Suter labourer Walkerville; Sarah ANDERSON wife of William Anderson labourer Nailsworth; Eliza CORK wife of Jeffery Cork carpenter Keyneton 1883. No mention of William Suter in the list - Was he the King William St storekeeper 1881? Probably not – see Application 25638 Application 19573

SUTER, Thomas labourer Walkerville died c1856. His widow Mary Suter, sons George and Henry Suter labourers Walkerville and daughter Emily Suter (she died very young). Mary Suter died c1882. The sons inherited land in Walkerville equally absolutely in remainder expectant, and sold the property c1885. Mary Suter must have been Thomas Suter's second wife. Her step-son William Suter left SA for Vic in 1858, and was last heard of in Melbourne during that year. Not traced, despite efforts Application 25638

No 1

SUTER, William gardener Adelaide 1836 Memorial 6/346

SUTER, William gardener Walkerville 1840 Application 25097

SUTER, William gardener Walkerville 1847 Memorial 227/8

SUTER, William gardener Prospect 1849[-1855] Memorial 28/15

SUTER, Mrs William widow Walkerville 1882 Application 19173

No 1

SUTHERLAND, Alexander gentleman Le Fevre Peninsula 1855[-1856] Memorial 68/85

SUTHERLAND, Alexander gentleman Le Fevre Peninsula 1868 Application 9487

SUTHERLAND, Alexander gentleman Le Fevre Peninsula 1859, died c1869. He left his £80 estate to Emma Sutherland no description Memorial 131/333

SUTHERLAND, Emma widow Le Fevre Peninsula 1869 Application 10010

SUTHERLAND, Emma widow of the late Alexander Sutherland formerly gentleman Le Fevre Peninsula 1858. Apparently, he died c1869 Application 15301

No 2

SUTHERLAND, Alexander shepherd Mt Gambier Hundred of Gambier land grant 1858 Grant Book 30 Page 115 County Grey

SUTHERLAND, Alexander married Elizabeth/Isabella nee Sutherland in 1852 Brora, Co Sutherland, Scotland. The Sutherlands emigrated to SA. Alexander Sutherland shepherd Mt Gambier died 9/7/1865, of dropsy, aged 46. His only son, Donald Sutherland, born 2/2/1860 Mt Gambier formerly saddler Hamilton Vic but now Mt Gambier 1881. An older daughter was Marian Sutherland spinster Geelong Vic. Mrs Alexander Sutherland was the sister of Jane WRIGHT nee Sutherland, wife of John Wright of New Town Geelong Vic. Robert Alexander CALDWELL Minister of the Gospel Mt Gambier, had known Donald Campbell ?? since he was 4 years old 1881 Application 18497

FIND CHECK SURNAME

SUTHERLAND, AG had successive applications for grazing rights on the old police paddock at Mt Barker from June 1938 until at least 1940 Application 28267

SUTHERLAND, Allan JL solicitor Adelaide 1921 Memorial 68/484

No 1

SUTHERLAND, Andrew farmer Millicent Hundred of Rivoli Bay land grant 1881 Grant Book 31 Page 255 County Grey

SUTHERLAND, Andrew farmer Millicent 1888 Memorial 228/391

SUTHERLAND, Charles McDonald storeman Pt Adelaide 1871 Application 11421.

No 1

SUTHERLAND, David Esquire Adelaide, and Caroline Sutherland, his wife 1843 Memorial 243/3 Farmer Dunrobin near Adelaide 1847[-1860] Memorial 499/9

SUTHERLAND, David farmer Dunrobin House 1864 Memorial 144/196

SUTHERLAND, David Esquire Brighton 1860 Memorial 27/208

SUTHERLAND, David Esquire Dunrobin 1861 Application 2087

SUTHERLAND, David MHR Dunrobin near Glenelg, arrived in SA June 1840. Husband of Caroline Sutherland. He brought Land Orders 1131-1135 with him to select 4 country sections of land for the Rev’d Charles Gostling TOWNLEY Doctor of Laws of Limerick, Ireland. Sutherland bought Sections 177-180. He began to fence in and build on the land in June 1841, and had lived there ever since with his wife and family. By 1844, the Sutherlands were buying the land for £470 from CG Townley, who now lived at Ilchester Place, North Brixton, Surrey, England (His SA agents and trustees were William BARTLEY and TQ STOW). Sale of land completed 23/8/1848 for £470. D Sutherland borrowed £1,500 by mortgage of the land from Henry Ayers in 1858, and the deeds were deposited in the SA Banking Company bank (John Coleman DIXON the present manager), but they became mislaid in the bank Statement 20/5/1861 CG TOWNLEY had also settled a section of land at Encounter Bay upon Mrs Sutherland in trust for life in 1844, and then absolutely in remainder expectant to her husband and/or the children, as the trustees saw fit Application 2256

No 1

SUTHERLAND, Donald mason Strathalbyn 1848[-1854] Memorial 301/13

SUTHERLAND, Donald farmer formerly of Strathalbyn 855 but now of the Bremer District near Milang 1864 Application 5330

SUTHERLAND, Donald farmer near Milang 1865 Memorial 349/207

SUTHERLAND, Elizabeth school teacher Sheaoak Log 1860 Memorial 211/170

No 1

SUTHERLAND, Hamilton D'Arcy banker Kapunda 1880 Memorial 245/322

SUTHERLAND, Hamilton Darcy banker Kapunda 1880 Memorial 245/322

SUTHERLAND, HD of Minlaton 1881 Memorial 206/332

SUTHERLAND, HD of the National Bank, Adelaide 1885 Memorial 233/365

SUTHERLAND, HD bank clerk Adelaide 1887 Memorial 27/387

SUTHERLAND, Henry David gentleman Adelaide 1855 Memorial 134/105

SUTHERLAND, Hugh out of business Semaphore 1922 Memorial 57/486

No 1

SUTHERLAND, Hugh Watt clerk Adelaide (Currie St) 1903 Memorial 136/448

SUTHERLAND, HW secretary Adelaide 1929 Memorial 4/502

No 1

SUTHERLAND, James machinist North Adelaide 1858 Memorial 310/138

No 2 - likely to be a continuation of No 1

SUTHERLAND, James of Francis St, North Adelaide, died 7/1/ 1895. Estate worth £100. Executor: Robert LEWIS accountant Nailsworth Memorial 195/426

SUTHERLAND, James out of business Lower North Adelaide (Francis St), died 7/1/1895. His wife, Mary Sutherland, had died before him Memorial 170/433

No 3

SUTHERLAND, James farmer The Finniss Queens Own Town (later Finniss Hundred of Kondoparinga) township allotment land grant 1869 Grant Book 36 Page 465 County Hindmarsh

SUTHERLAND, James De La Zouche solicitor Mt Gambier 1866 Memorial 85/209

No 1

SUTHERLAND, James Watt gentleman Adelaide 1897 Memorial 20/432

SUTHERLAND, James Watt prospector Tarcoola Out of Hundreds. Tarcoola (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1901 Grant Book 65 Page 301 County Not named

No 1

SUTHERLAND, Peter farmer Millicent 1886[-1888] Memorial 204/375

SUTHERLAND, Peter farmer Millicent 1904 Memorial 53/453

No 1

SUTHERLAND, Robert carpenter Adelaide 1854 Memorial 322/63

SUTHERLAND, Robert carpenter [formerly of Adelaide but now of] Port Road near Adelaide 1854 Memorial 285/72

No 1

SUTHERLAND, William carrier Findon 1852 Memorial 458/40.

SUTHERLAND, William carrier Findon near the Port Road 1854[-1860] Memorial 182/72

SUTHERLAND, William farmer Findon 1864 Memorial 337/192

No 2

SUTHERLAND, William contractor Millicent Penola North (later Penola Hundred of Penola) township allotment land grant 1868 Grant Book 31 Page 141 County Grey

SUTHERLAND, William of Millicent linked with George Sutherland no description 1887 Memorial 237/384

SUTHERLAND, William farmer Millicent 1895[-1903] Memorial 109/424, Application 22904

SUTHERLAND, William farmer and grazier Millicent Millicent North (Hundred of Mt Muirhead) township allotment land grant 1899 Grant Book 31 Page 313, 315 County Grey

SUTHERLAND, William farmer Millicent 1904 Memorial 53/453

No 3

SUTHERLAND, William wood merchant Adelaide Owen township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 27 Page 444 County Gawler

No 1

SUTTER, Clemenz of Crayford pt Section 41 Hundred of Moorooroo near Tanunda 1860. Crayford, on the corner of the Tanunda-Bethany road, appeared to be a sub-division which Wiles PEACOCK of Adelaide laid out Application 1435

SUTTER, Klemenz farmer near Tanunda Hundred of English land grant 1882 Grant Book 17 Page 170 County Eyre

No 1

SUTTER, Carl Johann Nicolaus Esquire Macclesfield 1849[-1854] Memorial 111/15 Gave Lot 41 in Macclesfield to the RC Church 1854 Memorial 108/79

SUTTER, Johann Carl Nicolaus land owner Halle, Prussian Saxony m 7/6/1827 Halle Cathedral Church, Wilhelmine MICHAEL daughter of publican Nicolaus Michael and his wife, Dorothea nee SCHÄFFER. Eldest son, Johannes Maximilian Sutter, born 10/5/1829 at Masanz near Chur, Graubündten, where Carl Sutter was a landowner. The Sutters emigrated to SA, and settled at Macclesfield. C Sutter died 28/2/1857. He left his estate to his wife in trust for life, and after her death, the children to inherit the estate in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant. Wilhelmine Sutter died 7/5/1865 Macclesfield, of dropsy and asthma, aged 56. Their son (and only child??), Johann Nicolaus Maximiliam Sutter labourer Crafers inherited his parents’ estate. Application 7540

SUTTER, Johann Nicolaus Maximilian gardener Glen Osmond 1872, heir at law of the late Carl Sutter gentleman Macclesfield Application 12375

SUTTON, Albert Maurice Frederick contractor 3 Sixteenth St, Gawler West and Mary Lorna Sutton his wife 1950 Memorial 114/525

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

SUTTON, Anthony sheep farmer Dismal Swamp Mt Gambier 1851[-1863] Memorial 270/40

SUTTON, Anthony stockholder Dismal Swamp near Tarpeena Hundred of Young land grant 1864[-1875] Grant Book 30 Page 128 County Grey

SUTTON, Anthony stockholder Dismal Swamp Co Grey 1866[-1868] Memorial 171/210

SUTTON, Anthony stockholder Dismal Swamp near Mt Gambier 1866 Application 7411

SUTTON, Anthony the Elder sheep farmer Dismal Swamp near Tarpeena, died 20/6/1879. He left his most of his estate in trust to his wife, Mary Sutton, for life, then absolutely in remaider expectant, to his son, Anthony Sutton the Younger sheep farmer Dismal Swamp. Portion of the testator's estate to Charles Joseph Sutton storekeeper Mt Gambier Memorial 36/318

SUTTON, Anthony the Elder sheep farmer Dismal Swamp, near Mt Gambier, died 1879. He left his real estate to his wife, Mary Sutton, in trust for life, then to his son, Anthony Sutton the Younger, absolutely in remainder expectant. Mary Sutton widow Dismal Swamp, died 18/4/1880, of typhoid fever, aged 61. Anthony Sutton formerly the Younger sheep farmer Dismal Swamp, died 21/5/1883. His wife, Theresa Sutton, could live in the family home at Dismal Swamp and receive an annuity of £400 a year for life. Complicated arrangement for the children to inherit the real estate absolutely in remainder expectant. Theresa Sutton, wife of Anthony Sutton stockholder Dismal Swamp, predeceased her husband and died 7/3/1883, of cirrhosis of the liver of 2 years, aged 28. Only surviving child was a son called Anthony Francis Sutton. Another son had died in infancy Application 23991

No 1 – perhaps the same person

SUTTON, Anthony stockholder Mt Gambier Hundred of Young land grant 1864 Grant Book 30 Page 152 County Grey

SUTTON, Anthony sheepfarmer Mingbool Hundred of Mingbool land grant 1871 Grant Book 31 Page 121 County Grey

No 1

SUTTON, Anthony Lewis of Strathdowne Vic 1891 Memorial 175/411

SUTTON, Anthony Lewis gentleman Strathdowne Vic Hundred of Young land grant 1894 Grant Book 30 Page 127 County Grey

SUTTON, Anthony Lewis farmer Mt Gambier Hundred of Young land grant 1898 Grant Book 30 Page 127 County Grey

No 1

SUTTON, Charles carpenter Pt Adelaide 1850[-1853] Memorial 244/25

SUTTON, Charles labourer Pt Adelaide 1853 Memorial 428/48

SUTTON, Charles shipwright Pt Adelaide 1853 Memorial 417/57

SUTTON, Charles labourer Queenstown 1855[-1857] Memorial 362/93

SUTTON, Charles carter Queenstown 1858 Application 145

SUTTON, Charles labourer formerly of Pt Adelaide 1853 but now of Queenstown 1870 Application 11002

No 1

SUTTON, Charles Joseph storekeeper Mt Gambier 1876 Memorial 172/301

SUTTON, Charles Joseph merchant Mt Gambier, about to reside in parts beyond the sea for a time, power of attorney to Anthony Sutton stockholder Dismal Swamp near Mt Gambier, to manage his SA business affairs 31/5/1880 Deposit 130/1880

SUTTON, Daniel 33 widower ganger Wirrega Siding Father; James Sutton married Amelia Margery STRACHAN 28 widow Wirrega Siding Father; Thomas Thomas MCKENZIE, on 21/5/1898 in the William McKenzie residence near Bordertown. Witnesses WH McKenzie labourer Bordertown and EJ McKenzie Tearinga Vic Memorial 103/490

SUTTON, Henry butcher Company’s Tiers 1852 Memorial 464/40

SUTTON, Henry A law clerk Pt Adelaide 1885 Memorial 147/367

No 1

SUTTON, James gardener Adelaide 1850 Memorial 374/19

SUTTON, James farmer Section 3532 Hundred of Kuitpo 1851[-1862] Memorial 229/34

SUTTON, James formerly gardener Adelaide 1851 but now farmer Meadows 1864 Application 5194

No 2 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

SUTTON, James the Elder farmer Mt Gambier 1856[-1861] Application 11358, Application 2542

SUTTON, James the Younger farmer Mt Gambier Hundred of Gambier land grant 1859 Grant Book 30 Page 99 County Grey

SUTTON, James farmer Mt Gambier 1862 Memorial 189/183

SUTTON, James the Younger farmer Mt Gambier 1878 Application 16626

SUTTON, James Nathaniel farmer The Meadows 1857[-1863] Memorial 74/119

SUTTON, Jeremiah Andrew farmer Avondale Hundred of Young land grant 1896 Grant Book 30 Page 127 County Grey

SUTTON, JG clerk to WA CAWTHORNE agent Adelaide 1874 Memorial 219/272

No 1

SUTTON, John gentleman North Para district 1839 Memorial 221/47 Farmer North Para District 1848 Enrolment

No 2

SUTTON, John miner Thebarton 1847[-1848] Memorial 429/7

SUTTON, John yeoman Thebarton 1847 Memorial 196/12

SUTTON, John policeman Adelaide 1848 Memorial 334/11

SUTTON, John yeoman Adelaide 1848 Memorial 196/12

No 3

SUTTON, John labourer Cheltenham 1851[-1855] Memorial 354/36

SUTTON, John farmer Cheltenham 1855 Hundred of Pt Gawler land grant Memorial 465/91 Farmer Pt Gawler 1855[-1858] Memorial 465/91

SUTTON, John farmer Section 217 Hundred of Pt Gawler 1857 Memorial 308/115

No 4 - appears to be the same person as No 3

SUTTON, John mechanic Pt Adelaide 1854 Memorial 418/71

SUTTON, John [formery mechanic Pt Adelaide, but now] farmer Pt Gawler 1858 Memorial 178/142

No 5

SUTTON, John carpenter and joiner Pitt St Sydney NSW 1848 bought allotments in Islington. Did this man ever live in SA? He was still living in Sydney in 1880. Doubtful whether he ever came to SA Memorials 83/11, 39/327 & Application 18309

No 6 - the Elder

SUTTON, John the Elder hawker Birmingham, Co Warwick, England, ‘was in the habit of leaving his home for long periods at a time to travel about England for the purpose of hawking goods for sale and that he never returned home again from the last of these journeys and is supposed to have died somewhere in Great Britain while hawking goods about the country’ c1841, aged 60. His widow emigrated to SA in 1852 and died 1864 at Norton Summit a widow aged 73. Children; William Henry Sutton born 19/4/1818, later postmaster and storekeeper Norton Summit; Caroline Sutton, born 16/8/1820, later wife of Alfred TAYLOR postmaster and storekeeper Crafers; John Frederick Sutton born 31/7/1833, butcher Cox Creek by 1854 then Stirling East, boarded the small vessel Emu for Lacepede Bay 11/12/1861 at Pt MacDonnell, but never arrived. He was lost at sea with everyone else on board, dying intestate and a bachelor. Application 4249

No 7 - the Younger

SUTTON, John butcher Cox Creek 1854 Memorial 414/76

SUTTON, John labourer Stirling near the Crafers Inn 1856 Stirling Bible Christian Chapel trustee Memorial 305/112

No 8

SUTTON, John farmer Mt Gambier 1858 Memorial 245/142

SUTTON, John sheep farmer Mt Gambier 1861 Memorial 432/179

SUTTON, John farmer Mt Gambier 1866 Application 7446

SUTTON, John the Younger farmer Mt Gambier East, had died by 1902 intestate. Letters of administration to Eliza Sutton widow Mt Gambier to settle the estate Grant Book 31 Page 124 County Grey

No 9

SUTTON, John underwriter Liverpool, Lancs, England, power of attorney to Elder Smith & Co, Adelaide, to sell his SA real estate 11/5/1864 Deposit 59/1866

SUTTON, John Charles sheepfarmer Pleasant Park Hundred of Mingbool land grant 1892 Grant Book 31 Page 123 County Grey

SUTTON, John George machinist Prospect. Enfield Methodist Church trustee 1930 Memorial 30/503, Application 27786

SUTTON, John Thomas farmer Grace Plains Hundred of Dublin land grant 1877 Grant Book 26 Page 340 County Gawler

SUTTON, Maxwell Mills bank officer Adelaide 1946 Memorial 172/520

SUTTON, Oliver gunmaker Adelaid 1849[-1850] Memorial 148/15

No 1

SUTTON, Ralph Collins market gardener Deep Creek near Norton Summit 1884[-1900] Memorial 37/362

SUTTON, Ralph Collins gardener Ashton 1895 Memorial 246/423

SUTTON, Ralph Collins gardener Deep Creek near Norton Summit 1910 Application 25778

No 1

SUTTON, Richard of Rosewater. His wife, Florence Emy Sutton, died 21/4/1920. Estate worth £2,140 Memorial 105/482

SUTTON, Richard 34 grocer Rosewater (Father; Samuel Sutton) married Florence Emy RICHARDSON 24 spinster Adelaide (Father; Joseph Richardson; her mother, Harriet Jemima Richardson widow Kensington Rd, Norwood, died 13/6/1916. her daughter Florence Emy Richardson inherited her estate) on 9/9/1890 Parkside Primitive Methodist Chapel. Witnesses: Mabel Eliza Richardson of Adelaide and Richard Sutton teacher Adelaide. Florence Emma SUTTON died 21/4/1920. She left her £2,140 estate to her husband for life, then to be sold and the proceeds divided equally amongst the children. The children in 1921 included - Annie Estelle WEETMAN wife of Rupert Thomas Weetman contractor Woodville; Muriel May Sutton spinster Junction Rd, Rosewater, Edna Florence Richardson Sutton spinster Junction Rd, Rosewater; and Eric Erskine Sutton salesman Junction Rd, Rosewater Application 26963

No 1

SUTTON, Robert stockkeeper Gawler River 1858 Memorial 314/144, Application 108

SUTTON, Robert overseer Virginia 1865 Memorial 281/204

SUTTON, Robert formerly overseer Virginia 1865 but now farmer Pt Wakefield 1870 Application 11049

SUTTON, Samuel Joseph boarding house keeper Mt Gambier 1901 Application 24324

No 1

SUTTON, William Arthur carpenter Portland Estate 1879 Memorial 49/314, Application 17287

SUTTON, William Arthur carpenter Yatala 1900 Memorial 210/440

SUTTON, William Arthur carpenter Alberton Alberton Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee 1900 Application 24042

No 1

SUTTON, William Henry butcher Company’s Tiers 1852[-1853] Memorial 204/39

SUTTON, William Henry butcher Company's Tiers near Magill 1853 Robe land purchase Memorial 30/60

SUTTON, William Henry butcher Third Creek 1853[-1858] Memorial 498/54 Butcher Co Adelaide 1854 Memorial 428/70

SUTTON, William Henry butcher Dry Creek 1854 Memorial 145/73

SUTTON, William Henry storekeeper Third Creek, Magill, heir at law of John Sutton deceased 1863 Application 4249

SUTTON, William Henry formerly butcher Co Adelaide 1854 but now storekeeper Magill 1865 Application 6331

SUTTON, William Henry publican Norton Summit 1882 Application 19030

SWAFFER, Basil Dixon farmer Tumby Bay 1950 Memorial 121/524

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

SWAFFER, Charles farmer Pt Lincoln Hundred of Yaranyacka land grant 1879 Grant Book 179 Page 204 County Flinders

SWAFFER, Charles Henry farmer Pt Lincoln 1888 Memorial 248/390

SWAFFER, Charles Henry hotel proprietor Pt Lincoln 1889[-1897] Memorial 81/400

SWAFFER, Charles farmer Yaranyacka Hundred of Yaranyacka land grant 1892 Grant Book 179 Page 207 County Flinders

SWAFFER, Charles Henry licensed victualler Pt Lincoln Cowell (Hundred of Playford) township allotment land grant 1899 Grant Book 39 Page 85 County Jervois

SWAFFER, Charles Henry gentleman Pt Lincoln, died 5/12/1926. Husband of Mary Swaffer. Father of Cedric Charles Swaffer and Muriel Jessie LAWS. Estate worth £6,355 Memorial 169/496

SWAFFER, Charles Henry [the Younger?] formerly hotelkeeper but now farmer Pt Lincoln 1927 Memorial 171/496

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

SWAFFER, Daniel mounted constable Adelaide 1845. Three Brothers Special Survey land grants Memorial 420/4 Publican Pt Lincoln 1851 Memorial 438/31

SWAFFER, Daniel publican Pt Lincoln 1860 Memorial 170/172

SWAFFER, D aniel gentleman Pt Lincoln 1867[-1868] Memorial 162/218

SWAFFER, Daniel the Elder gentleman Pt Lincoln father of Daniel Swaffer the Younger publican Pt Lincoln 1867 Memorial 135/218

SWAFFER, Daniel gentleman Pt Lincoln, died 13/4/1869. Father of (as situated in 1908): Edward Daniel Swaffer gentleman Pt Lincoln, Matilda Jane DUTTON married woman Yalluna Station near Tumby Bay, and Charles Henry Swaffer farmer Poonindie near Pt Lincoln Memorial 245/459

SWAFFER, D aniel died 14/4/1869. Executors – James ANDERSON and James TELFER both of near Pt Lincoln. Husband of Jane Swaffer, who died 22/1/1888. Mother of Charles Henry Swaffer farmer Warratta [hotel proprietor Pt Lincoln Hotel Pt Lincoln by 1885] and Matilda DUTTON wife of Charles William Dutton station manager Tumby Bay Application 21422, Application 23046

SWAFFER, Jane widow Pt Lincoln, relict of Daniel Swaffer of Pt Lincoln. Mother of Charles Henry Swaffer farmer Warratta Vale and Matilda DUTTON wife of Charles W Dutton station manager Tumby Bay 1888 Application 21422

SWAFFER, Jane widow Marine Cottage Pt Lincoln, died 22/1/1881, of gastritis uraemia. Mother of Matilda WINTON wife of Charles W Winton station manager Pt Lincoln and Charles Henry Swaffer Memorial 182/390, Application 23046

No 1

SWAFFER, Edward Daniel an infant aged 9 years, and only son of Daniel Swaffer hotelkeeper Pt Lincoln 1853 Memorial 54/52

SWAFFER, Edward Daniel farmer Lipson Cove 1893 Memorial 146/419

SWAFFER, Edward Daniel farmer Lipson Cove Hundred of Yaranyacka land grant 1897 Grant Book 179 Page 207 County Flinders

SWAFFER, Edward Daniel farmer Lipson Cove trustee Institute Lipson Lipson township allotment land grant 1898 Grant Book 21 Page 175 County Flinders

SWAFFER, Edward Daniel gentleman Pt Lincoln 1927 declared that he had lived in the district for 85 years Application 27613

SWAILES, Joseph licensed victualler Adelaide took out a 7-year lease of The Whaler's Return Pt TA 182 Waymouth St from Robert EVANS baker Launceston VDL for £104 in 1857. The hotel had been founded as the Launceston Hotel. Swailes assigned the lease to Donald MCKENZIE licensed victualler Adelaide in 1858 Memorial 245/118

SWAIN, Howard floor surfacer 4 Edward St, Norwood 1941 Application 28305

SWAIN, William labourer Hindmarsh 1853[-1854] Memorial 205/51

No 1

SWAINE, Alfred gentleman Timnath Western Sources of the Torrens 1850 Memorial 101/27

SWAINE, Alfred gentleman Norwood clerk in the SA Company's office Adelaide 1853 Memorial 173/82

SWAINE, Alfred gentleman Norwood 1878 Memorial 191/314

SWAINE, Alfred gentleman Adelaide 1879 Memorial 207/312

SWAINE, Hannah Elliott widow Kent Tce, Norwood 1924. She and her husband, Alfred Swaine, came to live here early in 1851, just after A Swaine bought the property in January of that year Application 27260

No 1

SWAINSON, William Esquire formerly of Tittenhanger Green, Co Hereford, England, but now of the island of New Zealand 1851 Memorial 300/37

SWAINSON, William Esquire Hutt District near Wellington New Zealand owned land in SA 1867 Memorial 119/224

SWALLOLL, Hiram carpenter Adelaide 1853 Memorial 462/55

SWAN, Charles Alexander estate agent Adelaide (Grenfell St) 1942 Application 28334

SWAN, EJ medical practitioner Jamestown 1944 Application 28385

SWAN, Ernest Heriot and William Alfred contractors Unley Co Adelaide. Pinnaroo (Hundred of Pinnaroo) township allotment land grant 1909 Grant Book 12 Page 79 County Chandos

SWAN, Gabriel farmer farmer Penfield 1882 Application 19151

No 1

SWANN, George Edward draper near Salisbury Co Adelaide. Jamestown (Hundred of Belalie) township allotment land grant 1872 Grant Book 60 Page 132 County Victoria

SWANN, George Edward storekeeper Jamestown. Trustee Wesleyan Methodist Chapel Jamestown Jamestown (Hundred of Belalie) township allotment land grant 1873 Grant Book 60 Page 134 County Victoria

SWANN, George Edward storekeeper Jamestown. Trustee Cemetery Hundred of Belalie Hundred of Belalie land grant 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 114 County Victoria

SWAN, George Edward agent Greenwich near Pt Adelaide 1895 Memorial 74/437

No 1

SWAN, Harrison painter Norwood 1854 Memorial 36/74

SWAN, Harrison formerly painter 1854 but now plumber Norwood 1875 Application 14256

SWAN, Harrison painter and glazier Wallaroo. Wallaroo (Hundred of Wallaroo) township allotment land grant 1861 Grant Book 14 Page 17 County Daly

No 1

SWAN, Henry Charles gentleman Angorichina 1872 Memorial 2/258

SWAN, Henry Charles gentleman leasee of the Angorichina Run 1873 Memorial 75/264

SWAN, Henry Charles sheep farmer Angorichina near Blinman 1874 Memorial 28/277

SWAN, Henry Charles Esquire Angorichina near Blinman 1875 Memorial 65/283, Application 14418

SWAN, Henry Charles Esquire Bleak House Semaphore 1876 Memorial 82/291

SWAN, Henry Charles Esquire formerly of Angorichina near Blinman but now of The Semaphore Le Fevre Peninsula 1877 Memorial 27/305

SWAN, Henry Charles gentleman Semaphore Hundred of Dalrymple land grant 1878 Grant Book 19 Page 137 County Fergusson

SWAN, Henry Charles Esquire Bleak House, Semaphore, about to leave the province for some time, power of attorney to Samuel CORNISH merchant and Henry Hay MILDRED solicitor both of Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 19/3/1878 Deposit 156/1878

SWAN, Henry Charles Esquire formerly of Angorichina near Hawker 1874 then Bleak House, Semaphore but now of parts beyond the seas 1878 Application 16881

SWAN, Henry Charles Esquire formerly of Angorichina but now of Adelaide 1893 Memorial 165/417

SWAN, Henry Charles gentleman The Semaphore 1896 Memorial 37/428

No 2

SWAN, Henry Charles sheepfarmer Bullaparinga Hundred of Yankalilla land grant 1877 Grant Book 37 Page 251 County Hindmarsh

SWAN, Henry Gilbert accountant 51 Edwards St, Brighton 1943 Application 28337

No 1

SWAN, James builder Adelaide 1846[-1850] Memorial 283/11

No 2

SWAN, James out of business Moseley St, Glenelg 1922 Memorial 1/487

SWAN, James Harrison formerly boarding house keeper Hackney but now imprisoned for debt in HM Gaol, Adelaide 1883 Memorial 33/355

SWAN, James Henry of Walkerville 1851 Memorial 133/31

SWAN, John Henry Balham Ave, Kingswood and SWAN, Charles Alexander Gloucester St, Glenelg Estate estate agents 1953 Application 28930

No 1

SWAN, Jonathan carpenter Mt Torrens 1867 Memorial 151/229

SWAN, Jonathan carpenter Maitland Pt Victoria township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 19 Page 204 County Fergusson

SWAN, Richard William licensed land broker Adelaide (James Place) 1913[-1927] Memorial 150/469, Application 27581

 

SWAN, William Alexander clerk in holy orders Kensington 1898 Memorial 184/433

No 1

SWAN, William Robert sheep farmer near Mt Remarkable 1850[-1853] Memorial 205/35

SWAN, William Robert sheepfarmer Stradbroke Magill, died 13/6/1892. Father of Margaret Elizabeth Swan spinster Adelaide 1899 Memorial 128/439 ME Swan spinster formerly of Adelaide but now residing in England 1899 Memorial 129/439

SWANBOROUGH, William labourer Littlehampton 1858[-1881] Memorial 225/144, Application 18514

SWANN, David farmer Walker Flat trustee unnamed Cemetery Hundred of Ridley Hundred of Ridley land grant 1900 Grant Book 58 Page 156 County Sturt

SWANN, FA pattern maker Gawler 1911 Memorial 180/465

SWANN, Frederick, Thomas and William farmers Gurnoch (?) near Houghton 1861 Memorial 34/173

SWANN, George of Angaston 1860 Memorial 139/167

SWANN, George E bookkeeper Le Fevre Peninsula 1882 Application 19146

SWANN, Harrison plumber and glazier Adelaide (Grenfell St) 1852 Memorial 431/39

No 1

SWANN, James farmer Gawler Plains, died c1861. He left his entire estate to his wife, Jane Habgood Swann Memorial 281/173

SWANN, Jane Habgood widow Gawler Plains 1861, relict of James Swann late builder Para Plains 1855 [Are these the same places?] Application 2612

SWANN, Jane Habgood widow Salisbury, relict of the late James Swann formerly builder Walkerville 1862 Application 3732

No 3

SWANN, James machinist Gawler 1867 Memorial 243/232

SWANN, James blacksmith Gawler Wesleyan Church trustee 1890 Application 21930

SWANN, James machinist Gawler 1873 had been committed to the Kenmore Lunatic Asylum in NSW by 1904. He had been a Wesleyan Methodist Church trustee in Gawler during his time in the town Application 24809

No 1 - James Harvey Swann

SWANN, James builder Walkerville 1849[-1856] Memorial 398/15 Prominent Wesleyan Methodist. Builder Adelaide 1850[-1853] Memorial 482/21

SWANN, James Harvey carpenter Walkerville. Wesleyan Methodist. 1850 Husband of Mary Ann SWANN formerly Mary Ann POTTER widow 1850[-1857] Memorials 338/26, 324/113

SWANN, James carpenter Walkerville 1854 Payneham Wesleyan Chapel trustee Memorial 254/65

SWANN, James Harvey builder Walkerville 1854[-1857] Memorial 114/72

No 1

SWANN, John Edward merchant Angaston 1907 Memorial 90/457

SWANN, J[ohn] E[dward] merchant Angaston. Angaston Institute trustee1908 Application 25448

SWANN, John Edward produce merchant Angaston 1909 Memorial 65/462

SWANN, John Edward merchant Angaston 1911. Angaston Methodist Church trustee Application 26005

SWANN, John Edward land agent Angaston 1921 Memorial 58/484

No 1

SWANN, John Peter carpenter Walkerville 1855 Memorial 263/87

SWANN, John Peter storekeeper Salisbury 1869[-1880] Memorial 244/241 Linked with SJ Swan storekeeper Salisbury 1880 Memorial 231/326

SWANN, John Peter formerly carpenter Walkerville 1855 but now storekeeper Salisbury 1874 Application 13762

SWANN, John Peter storekeeper Salisbury 1877 Application 16155

SWANN, John Peter formerly storekeeper but now agent Salisbury linked with Samuel Joseph Swann storekeeper Salisbury 1890 Memorial 156/401

SWANN, John Peter gentleman Salisbury 1895 Memorial 101/425

SWANN, John Peter agent Salisbury 1898 Application 23678

SWANN, John Peter storekeeper Salisbury 1902 Application 24357

SWANN, Jonathan undertaker Maitland 1891 Application 23781

SWANN, Mira of Carrington St, Adelaide 1893 Memorial 83/523

SWANN, Robert farmer Rhynie 1866 Memorial 127/219

No 1

SWANN, Samuel Joseph of Tea Tree Gully 1862 Memorial 292/186

SWANN, Samuel J assistant storekeeper Tea Tree Gully 1863 Memorial 330/188

SWANN, Samuel storekeeper Salisbury 1899 Application 23821

SWANN, Samuel Joseph gentleman Salisbury 1906 Memorial 37/456

SWANN, Samuel Joseph storekeeper Salisbury 1910 Application 25780

SWANN, Samuel Joseph of Prospect, died 21/2/1917. Father of Adelaide Harding Swann and Father-in-law of Frederick William COKER of the Para Plains near Salisbury Memorial 70/475

SWANN, Thomas H curate Streaky Bay mission 1886 Memorial 155/424

SWANSON, George mariner Pt Adelaide 1851 Memorial 378/34

SWANSON, William builder Norwood 1857[-1858] Memorial 272/117

SWAYNE, William Robert labourer Wild Horse Plains Lorne township (Hundred of Inkerman) allotment land grant 1890 Grant Book 27 Page 457 County Gawler

No 1

SWEARCE, James farmer Tarcowie 1895 Memorial 145/425

SWEARSE, James farmer Hornsdale Hundred of Tarcowie land grant 1904 Grant Book 13 Page 59 County Dalhousie

SWEARS, John Francis gentleman Kilmour Vic 1861 Memorial 202/177

No 1

SWEENEY, James labourer Pt Adelaide 1852[-1855] Memorial 473/44

SWEENEY, James labourer Pt Adelaide, died 27/10/1855 suddenly, of heart disease, no age given. John Sweeney gentleman Pt Adelaide was the only son of James Sweeney. A good friend, John APPLEBY of Pt Adelaide gave this information Application 22532

No 2

SWEENEY, James farmer near Pt Lincoln Hundred of Lincoln land grant 1867 Grant Book 21 Page 6 County Flinders

SWEENEY, James the Elder of Pt Lincoln, died c1874. His widow, Mary Sweeney, died 26/2/1908. Their daughter, Bridget Sweeney, married Frederick AUGHEY, who died c1884 Wilcannia NSW. Their daughter, Catherine BEINKE, was the wife of Frederick Joseph Beinke labourer Stirling West by 1905. James Sweeney the Younger was seen near Hawker in c1895; he was about to leave for WA, still an unmarried man. No-one in his family had seen him since 1955 Application 29089

No 1 - perhaps the same person

SWEENEY, John gentleman Pt Adelaide 1874 Memorial 125/272

SWEENEY, John formerly of Pt Pirie but now of Auckland New Zealand 1884 Memorial 226/355

SWEENEY, John draftsman late of Pt Pirie, but now of Auckland New Zealand, power of attorney to Charles GEDDES carpenter Pt Pirie, to sell his SA real estate 16/1/1884 Deposit 35/1884

SWEENEY, John Grant solicitor Pt Pirie 1921 Memorial 135/484

SWEENEY, John William blacksmith Gawler South 1898 Application 23513

SWEENEY, Michael farmer Bull Creek Hundred of Para Wurlie land grant 1876[-1879] Grant Book 19 Page 5 County Fergusson

No 1

SWEENEY, Thomas station hand Mt Wedge linked with Mary Sweeney widow Little Swamp near Pt Lincoln, who died c1908 Memorial 129/459

SWEENEY, Thomas formerly station hand Mt Wedge Station but now retired Pt Pirie 1928 Memorial 181/500

SWEET, Arthur farmer Hawker trustee unnamed School Hundred of Arkaba Hundred of Arkaba land grant 1888 Grant Book 33 Page 4 County Hanson

No 1

SWEET, James farmer Nairne 1859 Application 526

SWEET, James farmer Arkaba Co Hanson. Hawker (Hundred of Wonoka) township allotment land grant 1883 Grant Book 5 Page 15 County Blachford

SWEET, James farmer Hawker Co Blachford. Hundred of Arkaba land grant 1901 Grant Book 33 Page 4 County Hanson

No 1

SWEET, John saddler Callington 1880[-1883] Grant Book 13 Page 108 County Dalhousie

SWEET, John saddler Callington on the Bremer 1882 Memorial 84/338

SWEET, John farmer Black Rock Plain 1880 Grant Book 13 Page 105 County Dalhousie

No 1

SWEET, Robert farmer Strathalbyn 1857 Memorial 144/128

SWEET, Robert farmer Section 1813 Woodchester Farm Woodchester 1863 Application 3809

SWEET, Robert farmer The Bremer, died c1866. He left his entire estate to his wife, Ann Sweet, in trust for her lifetime, then to his unnamed children in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant. His wife, Alexander MCDONALD of Newton Farm and Berry SMITH of Woodchester the executors Memorial 98/214

SWEET, Samuel White photographer Bowden took out a 5-year lease on Pt TA 270 in Flinders St, Adelaide 1879 Memorial 241/317

No 1

SWEETAPPLE, WD agent Echunga 1864 Memorial 34/196

SWEETAPPLE, William Deane storekeeper Echunga became a bankrupt in 1868 Memorial 28/230

SWEETAPPLE, William Deane storekeeper Echunga 1869 Memorial 11/240

SWEETAPPLE, Anna widow Pt Adelaide 1882 Application 19221

SWEETAPPLE, Harold accountant Broken Hill NSW 1915 Application 26423

SWEETMAN, Arthur Charles mariner Goolwa 1931 Application 27853

SWEETMAN, Florence Jessie accountant Goolwa 1918 Memorial 143/477

No 1

SWEETMAN, James farmer The Sturt 1855 Memorial 174/88

SWEETMAN, James farmer St Marys took out a lease on land in the Hundred of Encounter Bay 1855 Memorial 211/134

SWEETMAN, James Duncan farmer Hindmarsh Valley 1868[-1871] Memorial 99/228

SWEETMAN, John farmer Mallala Hundred of Willowie land grant 1882 Grant Book 24 Page 742 County Frome

No 1

SWEETMAN, Robert Thomas farmer Inman Valley Hundred of Encounter Bay land grant 1879[-1894] Grant Book 36 Page 136 County Hindmarsh

SWEETMAN, Robert Thomas sheep farmer Inman Valley 1885 Memorial 125/368

SWEETMAN, Robert Thomas contractor Inman Valley Hundred of Encounter Bay land grant 1886 Grant Book 36 Page 85 County Hindmarsh

SWEETMAN, Robert Thomas farmer Victor Harbor 1903 Memorial 140/448

SWEETMAN, Robert Thomas retired farmer Encounter Bay 1920 Application 26943

SWEETMAN, Thomas schoolmaster Glenelg 1862 Memorial 111/183

SWEETMAN, William farmer Middleton 1914 Application 26386

No 1

SWEETSER, George carpenter North Adelaide 1857 Memorial 162/125

SWEETSER, George carpenter and builder North Adelaide 1881 Memorial 72/331

No 1

SWENSON, John labourer Campbelltown 1877 Memorial 146/298

SWENSON, John gardener Campbelltown and Emily Swenson formerly Emily GRIVELL his wife 1899 Memorial 27/438

SWENSON, John labourer Campbelltown 1902 Application 24347

SWENSON, John 45 widower labourer Campbelltown (Father: Swen Olson) married Emily GRIVELL 37 widow (of Joseph Grivell gardener Marden) Payneham (Father: James CLEMENT) on 18/31893 St Bartholomew's Norwood. Witnesses: HF NILSSON jeweller Stepney and LC Nilsson Application 29449

No 1

SWETENHAM, Clement(s) Lieutenant in HM 57th Regiment Adelaide 1842 Memorial 41/2

SWETENHAM, Clement Lieutenant in HM 57th Regiment Adelaide, about to depart from the province for a period, power of attorney to Arthur HARDY Esquire Adelaide, and in default, Gerald Villiers BUTLER Captain in HM 96th Regiment and Charles Burton NEWENHAM Esquire Adelaide, to manage his mortgage properties 3/3/1842 Deposit 150/OA

SWETENHAM, Clement Lieutenant in HM 57th Regiment now of Madras, India 1845 Memorial 394/5

SWETENHAM, Clement Lieutenant in HM 57th Regiment of Canterbury, Kent, England 1848 Memorial 154/10

No 1 - the Elder

SWIFT, David farmer formerly of Currency Creek 1864 but now of Goolwa 1868 Application 9318

SWIFT, David labourer Middleton 1885 Application 20643

SWIFT, David farmer Middleton 1886 Application 21072

No 2 - the Younger

SWIFT, David the Younger blacksmith Orroroo 1894 Application 22824

SWIFT, D machinist Orroroo 1896 Memorial 208/426

SWIFT, Frank William bootmaker Kadina 1938, declared that he was 51 years of age on 15/10/1937. Born at Orroroo, a son of David Swift the Younger (died 29/1/1913) and Mary Anness Swift (by 1938 widow Edwardstown; Middleton and Magill also mentioned) and grandson of David Swift the Elder of Ville St Louis near Pt Elliot. Leonard Bevan Swift draughtsman 39 Lurline St, Mile End, also linked with this family Application 28117

SWIFT, Frederick Sydney gardener Pt Elliot 1924 Application 27264

SWIFT, Harry surgeon Adelaide. Royal Adelaide Golf Club Inc trustee 1929 Memorial 200/500

No 1

SWIFT, Herbert Wright 27 bachelor clerk Wooltana Copley (Orroroo Father; Joseph Wright Swift) married Doreen Mona MCBRIDE 25 spinster home duties Fullarton (Aberdeen near Kooringa Father; Albert James McBride) on 20/9/1921 AJ McBride home Fullarton Witnesses; EC COLLINS grazier Mt Bryan and EM McBride home duties Fullarton Memorial 2/485

SWIFT, Herbert Wright clerk Copley and Doreen Mona Swift his wife 1935 Memorial 132/508

No 1

SWIFT, James labourer Yatala township 1870[-1881] Memorial 30/247, Application 16285

SWIFT, Mary widow Pt Adelaide 1902, widow of the late James Swift labourer Yatala, who died 16/5/1895. He was a member of the Catholic Permanent Building and Investment Society. Mrs Swift could not write Application 24375

No 1 - likely to be the same person; clash of dates

SWIFT, Jeremiah mason North Adelaide 1849[-1856] Memorial 313/34

SWIFT, Jeremiah bricklayer McLaren Vale 1847[-1883]. Jeremiah Swift mason McLaren Vale, died 26/5/1883. His widow, Cecelia Swift, died 25/11/1907. Parents of Priscilla Swift spinster McLaren Vale Memorials 30-32/522

SWIFT, Jeremiah bricklayer McLaren Vale, came to the area c1847. He died 26/5/1883, leaving his whole estate to his wife, Cecilia Swift absolutely. Cecilia Swift died 25/11/1907, leaving her estate to her daughter, Priscilla Swift, in trust during her lifetime, then to Cecilia Swift's grandson, Gerald WARD vigneron McLaren Flat, in trust during his lifetime, then to whomsoever he nominated in his will absolutely in remainder expectant Application 28554

SWIFT, Joseph miner Kooringa 1858 Memorial 129/141

No 1

SWIFT, Sydney farmer Pt Elliot 1854[-1859] Memorial 446/82

SWIFT, Sydney farmer Pt Elliot 1861 Application 2475

SWIFT, Mrs widow Pt Elliot 1882 Application 19101

No 2

SWIFT, Sydney farmer Koolunga 1880 Memorial 130/322

SWIFT, Sydney farmer Koolunga Hundred of Boucaut land grant 1881 Grant Book 55 Page 40 County Stanley

No 1 - likely to be the same person

SWIFT, William merchant Pt Adelaide 1851 Memorial 443/29

SWIFT, William gentleman Adelaide 1854 Memorial 432/72 New Equitable Building Co member 1854 Memorial 21/77

SWIFT, William storekeeper Morphett Vale 1855 Memorial 150/91

No 1

SWIGGS, Thomas of Pt Adelaide 1854 Memorial 32/78

SWIGGS, Elizabeth of Croydon, widow of Thomas Swiggs shipwright Birkenhead, who died 1903. She could not read or write Application 25181

SWINBURNE, EA greengrocer 114 Fisher St, Fullarton 1917 Application 26561

SWINCER, Arthur Edwin farmer Tarlee 1926[-1936] Memorial 149/494

SWINCER, Charles and Raynott farmers Minlacowie 1888 Memorial 147/390

No 1

SWINCER, Raynott farmer Finniss Point Hamilton Flat 1864 Memorial 50/195

SWINCER, Raynott farmer Navan 1867 Application 8326

SWINCER, Raynott farmer Minlaton Minlaton township allotment land grant 1877 Grant Book 19 Page 200 County Fergusson

SWINCER, Raynott market gardener Payneham Hundred of Koolywurtie land grant 1882 Grant Book 19 Page 314 County Fergusson

No 1

SWINDEN, Charles sheep farmer Saddleworth 1854 Memorial 333/61

SWINDEN, Charles sheep farmer Mt Remarkable 1855[-1859] Memorial 414/94

SWINDEN, Charles stockholder The Gilbert 1860 Application 1955

SWINDEN, Charles stockholder Riverton trustee Public Cemetery Riverton Hundred of Gilbert land grant 1864 Grant Book 44 Page 51 County Light

SWINDEN, Charles stockholder Riverton held the leasehold land known as the Saltia Run until his death on 23/1/1865 Memorial 200/219

SWINDEN, Charles formerly stockholder now deceased. His family by 1873 included Mary Nuttall Swinden his widow of Riverton, Edwin Swinden sheep farmer Woolundunga, Frances Elizabeth MOORHOUSE wife of Washington Moorhouse miller Gladstone, Laura Mary Swinden spinster Riverton, Georgiana Ellen Swinden spinster Riverton and John James Swinden stockholder Riverton the eldest son and heir at law Memorial 23/271

SWINDEN, Charles stockholder Riverton, died c1862. £1,000 London Imperial Life Insurance policy, Moonta, Burra and Wheal Sarah Mine shares, his imported cow with calf, and three horses of her choosing to his wife, Mary Nuttal Swinden. The real estate to go into trust for life, for his wife to get the income to raise the children until each reaches 21 years. Life interest in trust for his wife in the house and house furnishings of Section 364, Hundred of Gilbert. The Corryberry Run, west of Pt Augusta, the Riverton Estate, Winnowie and Callioota Stations, plus an allotment in Salisbury, to be sold and the proceeds used to pay off the testator's debts and the remainder put into trust for the benefit of the wife. After her death, the Saltia Run and sheep to go to his son, John. The Woollundunga Run to his son, Edwin Swinden. 9,000 acres of land in the Hundred of Upper Wakefield to his three daughters, Fanny, Laura and Georgina Swinden equally. £2, 800 cash to each of his sons, as the legacy due to them under the will of James MASTERS Esquire Riverton Enrolment 84/45

No 1

SWINDEN, Edwin sheep farmer Woolundunga son of the late Charles Swinden formerly stockholder Riverton now deceased 1875. Other children in Charles Swinden’s family included John James Swinden stockholder Adelaide, the eldest son, Frances Elizabeth MOORHOUSE wife of Washington Moorhouse miller Gladstone, Laura Mary Swinden spinster Riverton, and Georgina Ellen Swinden spinster Riverton Memorial 192/281

SWINDEN, Edwin stockholder Woolundunga near Pt Augusta 1875[-1880] Memorial 203/282

SWINDEN, Edwin sheep farmer Woolundunga near Pt Augusta 1876 Memorials 110 & 158/298

SWINDEN, Edwin stockholder Smithfield 1879 Memorial 84/313

SWINDEN, Edwin formerly stockholder Smithfield now sheep farmer Woolundunga, became a bankrupt on 25/1/1882. Meeting of creditors held in the Bank of Adelaide Application 19628

SWINDEN, Edwin stockowner Woolundunga 1880 Application 18289

SWINDEN, Edwin grazier Woolundunga, became an bankrupt in 1885 Memorial 166/369

SWINDEN, Edwin farmer Riverton 1892 Application 22429

No 1

SWINDEN, John James stockholder Adelaide (Freeman St) 1875 Application 14734

SWINDEN, John James sheep farmer Riverton 1876 Memorial 111/288

SWINDEN, John James stockholder Adelaide 1877 Memorial 147/298

SWINDEN, John James gentleman Riverton Hundred of Davenport land grant 1880 Grant Book 24 Page 658 County Frome

SWINDEN, John James stockowner Riverton 1881 Application 18450

SWINDEN, John James stockholder Kanyaka 1892 Application 22429

SWINDEN, John James Esquire at present of Adelaide 1902 Memorial 156/446

No 1

SWINDEN, Mary Nattle widow Glenelg 1884[-1890] Memorial 163/355

SWINDEN, Mary Nattle widow Adelaide 1892 Application 22429

SWINDEN, Mary Nattle widow formerly of Glenelg but now of Adelaide 1893 Application 22607

No 1

SWINGLER, William shipwright Le Fevre Peninsula 1853 Memorial 368/50

SWINGLER, William mariner Le Fevre Peninsula 1858 Member of the Le Fevre Peninsula and Pt Adelaide Building Society Memorial 10/142

SWINGLER, William of Montpelier St, Exeter 1891 Memorial 211/411

SWINGLER, William shipwright Le Fevre Peninsula 1892 Application 22201

SWINGLER, Charlotte widow Paddington, died 29/8/1896. Estate worth £300. Mother of Mrs William Swingler, Mrs Charles Phillips LIDDLE and Mrs A CLARK Memorial 4/430, Application 23262

No 1

SWINTON, Edulphus master of the ship Salsette at present at Pt Adelaide 1855[-1857] Memorial 301/87

SWINTON, Edulphus formerly master of the ship Salsette Pt Adelaide by 1921 Applications 27019, 27596

SWINTON, Jane widow Alberton 1861 Memorial 219/177

FIND - death of E Swinton

SWITHAM, William farmer Penfield 1882 Application 19151

SWITHEN, Mr farmer Sunning Hill 1865 Memorial 116/202

No 1

SYKES, Benjamin mason Adelaide 1852[-1858] Memorial 406/42

SYKES, Benjamin mason formerly of Adelaide but now of Bassett Town near Gawler 1858 Memorial 242/143

SYKES, Benjamin mason formerly of Adelaide but now of near Bendigo Vic 1861 Memorial 22/173

SYKES, Benjamin mason formerly of Adelaide then of Bassett Town near Gawler but now of Dunedin, Otago New Zealand 1864 Memorial 318/195

SYKES, Frederick cutler Gibson St, Bowden 1895 Application 22987

SYKES, Frederick Richard clicker Bowden 1888[-1899] Memorial 27/393, Application 23847

SYKES, Henry Thornton labourer Gibson St, Bowden 1905 Application 24930

No 1

SYKES, James farmer McLaren Vale 1855[-1857] Memorial 228/88

SYKES, James farmer McLaren Vale 1864 Application 5661 SYKES, James farmer Tarranga McLaren Vale 1865 Memorial 272/201

SYKES, James farmer Tarranga Farm, McLaren Vale, died c1870. He left his entire estate in trust to his wife, Elizabeth Sykes, for life, then to his youngest daughter, Elizabeth Sykes, absolutely in remainder expectant. If she should die before her mother, then the estate to go to the children of the testator's eldest daughter, Marion RADFORD, absolutely in remainder expectant Memorial 141/249

No 2

SYKES, James labourer Bowden 1873 Memorial 84/267

SYKES, Jane spinster Alberton 1865 Application 5957

SYKES, John Henry currier Bowden 1875[-1884] Memorial 110/283, Application 20054

SYKES, W labourer Pickering St, Brompton Park 1917 Application 26603

No 1

SYKES, William gentleman Pt Adelaide 1857[-1858] Memorial 37/126

SYKES, William gentleman formerly of Woodville but now of Melbourne Vic 1870 Memorial 5/251

SYKES, William agent formerly of Woodville but now of Paisley, Co Renfrew, Scotland 1874 Memorial 94/293

SYME, David George accountant Myrtle Bank 1936 Attorney for MCPHERSON's Pty Ltd of Melbourne and of 118 Waymouth St, Adelaide Application 28019

No 1

SYME, James brewer Adelaide (Rundle St) 1864 Memorial 39/199

SYME, James Thomson brewer Adelaide (Rundle St) 1866 Application 7137

SYME, James Thomson brewer Pirie St, Adelaide, trading with Frederick Samuel SISON as Syme & Sison, about to depart the province for some time, power of attorney to William ISBISTER merchant Adelaide, to manage his SA business interests 24/12/1873. On 28/7/1882, about to go to Europe again, JT Syme appointed James George RUSSELL Master of the Supreme Court Adelaide, to manage his affairs Deposits 42/1874 & 198/1882

SYME, James Thomson and Frederick Samuel SISON brewers Adelaide (Pirie St) trading under the style or firm of Syme and Sison 1882 Memorial 250/338

SYME, James Thomson gentleman Adelaide, died c1884. Husband of Mary Jane Syme. He owned Tay Villa in Avenue Rd, North Adelaide (pt Town Acre 715) 1892 Memorial 216/413

SYME, James Thomson formerly of Adelaide, died 1/4/1883 Edinburgh, Co Midlothian, Scotland. Husband of Mary Jane Syme of Wellington Square, North Adelaide. Uncle to Jessie Robertson, Mary Robertson, and Elizabeth Robertson spinsters Maybank New Scone, Co Perth, Scotland. He left each niece £5,000 each, but so far, 'various sums have from time to time been paid to us, but considerable balances thereof still remain due to us'. From 1886, various attorneys had tried, but passed on the work to other attorneys. The ladies appointed Archibald MCDIARMID solicitor Adelaide to retrieve the money plus interest from the widow and the other executor, James George RUSSELL Master of the Supreme Court Adelaide 1897 Memorial 110/432

SYME, Mary Jane widow Wellington Square North Adelaide 1885 Application 20451

SYMENS, Nicholas farmer Parnaroo 1884 Memorial 198/356

No 1

SYMES, Andrew labourer Gawler 1855 Memorial 445/90

SYMES, Andrew farmer formerly of Walkerville but now of the Wakefield near Auburn 1858 Memorial 350/142

SYMES, Andrew farmer Upper Wakefield Hundred of Saddleworth land grant 1858 Grant Book 44 Page 333 County Light

SYMES, Andrew farmer Pine Creek near Auburn 1866[-1877] Memorial 52/216

SYMES, Andrew farmer Koolunga 1878 Application 16925

SYMES, Andrew farmer Koolunga 1878 Application 16925

SYMES, Andrew farmer Koolunga 1882[-1886] Memorial 157/343

SYMES, Andrew farmer near Auburn Hundred of Koolunga land grant 1886 Grant Book 55 Page 192 County Stanley

SYMES, Andrew farmer Hundred of Boucaut Hundred of Boucaut land grant 1889 Grant Book 55 Page 42 County Stanley

SYMES, Andrew farmer formerly of Pine Creek near Auburn but now of Auburn 1898 Application 23694

No 1

SYMES, Colmer B of Adelaide 1873 Memorial 48/269

SYMES, Colmer Boaz Minister of the Gospel Adelaide, power of attorney to Walter Douglas REED gentleman Adelaide to manage his SA business affairs 26/1/1876 Deposit 169/1877

No 1 - probably the same person

SYMES, Edwin labourer Walkerville 1851 Memorial 494/29

SYMES, Edwin farmer Light River (in partnership with William HARDING) 1856 Memorial 141/117

SYMES, Frederick Joseph labourer Willaston linked with James Edward Symes formerly of Willaston but now moulder 20 Castle St, West Croydon and Martin Vincent Symes formerly labourer Willaston but now out of business Kelmscott 27 Leader St, Rosewater 1955 Memorial 121/530

No 1

SYMES, Frederick Walter labourer Willaston 1901[-1922] Memorial 172/443

SYMES, Frederick Walter of Willaston. Father of Martin Vincent Symes labourer Willaston, Frederick Joseph Symes labourer Willaston and James Edward Symes moulder formerly of Willaston but now of Sussex St, North Adelaide 1922 Memorial 59/498

No 1

SYMES, Henry sawyer Alberton 1900 Memorial 210/440

SYMES, Henry sawyer Alberton Alberton Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee 1900 Application 24042

SYMES, Hurtle William Graham farmer Virginia, aged 64 in 1954 , declared that he had lived in the area for 48 years Application 29083

No 1 - probably the same person

SYMES, James storekeeper Bowden 1850 Memorial 444/23

SYMES, James cordwainer Hindmarsh 1850[-1853] Memorial 32/51

SYMES, James cordwainer Bowden 1852 Memorial 129/39

No 2

SYMES, James farmer Gawler River and Lucina Symes his wife, had both died by 1905. Lucina/Louisa Symes, a daughter of the late Thomas HIGGINS farmer Shell Farm Gawler River, had died 15/4/1899 intestate, of senile decay and enteric catarrh, aged 75. The James Symes children included - Elizabeth Mary Ann MORTIMER wife of Arthur James Mortimer farmer near Gawler; Alfred Symes of Gawler South also deceased; Frederick Symes labourer Willaston; Oliver James Symes formerly carter now labourer Gawler, and Thomas Henry Symes farmer Brim Vic and Oscar Symes of Beulah Vic Application 24922

No 1

SYMES, John yeoman Adelaide 1841[-1855] Memorial 246/56

No 2 - the Elder

SYMES, John the Elder wheelwright Walkerville 1842 Application 9227

SYMES, John wheelwright Walkerville and Mary Symes his wife 1846 Memorial 497/14

SYMES, John the Elder farmer Walkerville 1848 Memorial 340/12

SYMES, John gardener Walkerville 1855 Memorial 423/86

SYMES, Mary widow Walkerville, died c1868. She left her entire estate in trust for life to her daughter, Sarah AYLING widow Walkerville, then absolutely equally in remainder expectant to the testator's son, Andrew Symes, and the testator's grandson, Alfred Ayling Memorial 89/242

SYMES, John wheelwright Walkerville, died 10/7/1867, of debility, aged 82. His widow, Mary Symes widow Walkerville, died 14/9/1869, of general debility, aged 78. Their daughter, Sarah AYLING widow Walkerville, died 7/5/1878 Finniss St North Adelaide, of stomach cancer, aged 65. Probably the death occurred at the home of her brother-in-law, Stephen JARVIS of Finniss St (Esther Jarvis the name of his wife). Mrs Ayling inherited the Symes estate in trust for life, then in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant to Andrew SYMES farmer Koolunga (son of John and Mary Symes) and Alfred Ayling mason Willaston (grandson of John and Mary Symes) Application 16925

No 3 - the Younger

SYMES, John blacksmith and wheelwright Salisbury 1849[-1854] Memorial 386/16

SYMES, John farmer Section 3103 Hundred of Munno Para 1858 Memorial 111/135

SYMES, John farmer Upper Dry Creek, died 11/11/1860. Husband of Julia Symes who died 29/9/1894 at Parkside. Situation of their family of 8 children as at 1895 - Thomas Anthony Symes farmer Walloway, Henry Symes sawyer Ovingham, William Andrew Symes overeer Jamestown, Caroline Elizabeth WILLIAMS wife of Henry Williams carter Parkside, Ellen James JACOBS wife of John Jacobs of Molong NSW (she died15/6/1873 Molong NSW intestate), Louisa BAYNES wife of Laurence Baynes farmer Jamestown, Julia Hannah ROBINSON wife of Joseph George Robinson driver Parkside and Mary Ann Symes (now deceased) Memorial 244/424

SYMES, John farmer and blacksmith Upper Dry Creek, died 1860. His widow, Julia Symes, died 29/9/1894 Parkside, of cardiac disease, cardiac asthma and exhaustion, aged 70. Their children included Ellen James Symes (Mrs John Jacobs), Caroline Elizabeth Symes (Mrs Henry Williams), Louisa Symes (Mrs Lawrence BAYNES) and Julia Hannah Symes (Mrs Joseph George Robinson), Mary Ann Symes (spinster died 28/1/1869), Thomas Anthony Symes, Henry Symes, William Andrew Symes. Andrew Symes farmer Koolunga 1888, was a brother to John Symes Application 26546

SYMES, John David solicitor Pt Adelaide 1850[-1855] Memorial 329/23

No 1

SYMES, JJ solicitor Palmerston Northern Territory of SA 1888 Memorial 171/394

SYMES, JJ solicitor Pt Darwin Northern Territory of SA 1901 Memorial 109/444

SYMES, John James solicitor Pt Darwin Northern Territory of South Australia 1903 Memorial 164/448

SYMES, John Turner sheep farmer Pt Lincoln 1854 Memorial 97/73

SYMES, Martin Vincent labourer Willaston, Frederick Joseph Symes labourer Willaston, and James Edward Symes moulder Sussex St, North Adelaide 1931 linked in land ownership at Willaston Application 27840

SYMES, Mary Ann spinster Salisbury, died 28/1/1869 intestate and without a father. Letters of administration to Henry Symes sawyer Ovingham to settle the estate 1895 Memorial 243/424

No 1

SYMES, Oliver James labourer Gawler, died 5/2/1943. Husband of Edith Annie Symes Memorial 76/517

SYMES, Oliver James labourer Gawler, died date not stated. His widow, Edith Annie Symes, died 17/6/1949. Parents of William James Symes manager 10 Sheriff St, Underdale and Amy Lucinda DELDERFIELD married woman 10 Weaver Ave, Richmond Memorials 122/524 & 39/525

No 1 - perhaps the same person

SYMES, Oscar carter Angle Vale 1886 Memorial 174/373

SYMES, Oskar farmer Munno Para 1889 Application 21738

SYMES, Oscar farmer Beulah Vic 1899 Memorial 16/439

No 1

SYMES, Robert sheep farmer Venus Bay 1862 Memorial 121/181

SYMES, Robert sheepfarmer Venus Bay. Venus Bay (formerly Parkin Hundred of Wright) township allotment land grant 1865 Grant Book 66 Page 171 County Robinson

SYMES, Robert sheep farmer Chindippie Station near Venus Bay 1867 Memorial 187/218

SYMES, Robert licensed victualler Venus Bay Hundred of Ward land grant 1879 Grant Book 48 Page 10 County Musgrave

SYMES, Robert farmer Elliston trustee Institute Elliston Elliston (Hundred of Ward) township allotment land grant 1884 Grant Book 48 Page 44 County Musgrave

SYMES, Robert of Elliston 1886 Memorial 58/381

No 2

SYMES, Robert licensed victualler Narracoorte 1905 Memorial 70/453

SYMES, Theresa widow Redruth 1900 Memorial 222/440

No 1 - possibly the same person

SYMES, Thomas farmer Hundred of Barossa 1858 Memorial 138/144

SYMES, Thomas teamster Caltowie 1882 Book 13 Page 261 County Dalhousie

SYMES, Thomas farmer Walloway 1882 Book 13 Page 259 County Dalhousie

SYMES, Thomas Dummett labourer Thebarton 1839[-1844] Application 12573, Memorial 444/3

No 1 - probably the same person

SYMES, William farmer Dry Creek 1855 Memorial 128/84

SYMES, William farmer Salisbury 1857 Memorial 89/115

No 1

SYMES, William Thomas farmer Burton near Salisbury 1907 Memorial 167/456

SYMES, William Thomas farmer Virginia 1924 Application 27281

No 1

SYMINGTON, Agnes spinster North Adelaide 1855 Memorial 185/92

SYMINGTON, Agnes spinster North Adelaide, about to leave the province for a time, power of attorney to Henry GILBERT Esquire Adelaide, to collect money due on mortgage estates 10/1/1857 Deposit 318/1857

SYMINGTON, Agnes spinster [formerly of North Adelaide but now of the] Colony of Victoria 1858 Memorial 221/143

SYMMONS, WH clerk to T O'HALLORAN GILES solicitor Adelaide 1900 Application 28101

SYMON, Carril Hector Nicholson barrister at law Strangways Tce, North Adelaide linked with Charles James Ballaarat Symon formerly solicitor 9 Le Fevre Tce, North Adelaide, but now grazier Hindhead near Mylor and Eleanor Dorothy Jean Symon spinster Buxton St, North Adelaide 1938 Memorial 78/512

No 1

SYMON, Charles James Ballaarat barrister-at-law Adelaide 1923 Memorial 106/489

SYMON, Charles James Ballaarat barrister-at-law Adelaide linked with Oscar Sturt Symon farmer Findon. MI Somon married woman Findon mentioned 1924 Memorial 104/490

SYMON, Charles James Ballaarat solicitor Adelaide (Brookman Buildings, Grenfell St) 1928 Application 27705

No 1

SYMON, JH of Mt Gambier 1867 Memorial 135/219

SYMON, JH solicitor Adelaide 1885 Application 21093

SYMON, Josiah Henry and Percival Randoph STOW of Selborne Chambers Pirie St, Adelaide 1896 Memorial 95/429

SYMON, Josiah Henry solicitor joined the firm of WAY & BROOK solicitors 69 King William St, Adelaide, as managing clerk in June 1870. When Mr Brook died. JH Symon became a junior partner in the firm from 1/1/1873. After SJ Way retired in March 1876 to become Chief Justice of SA, JH Symon took control of the firm as senior partner with various junior partners from time to time Application 26540

No 1

SYMON, William solicitor Adelaide (Selborne Chambers, Pirie St) 1888 Memorial 121/393

No 2

SYMON, William farmer Yongala 1889 Memorial 74/396

No 1

SYMONDS, Alfred farmer Inman Valley Hundred of Melville land grant 1878 Grant Book 19 Page 82 County Fergusson

SYMONDS, Alfred farmer Edithburgh Hundred of Minlacowie land grant 1882 Grant Book 19 Page 257 County Fergusson

SYMONDS, Benjamin Robert mason Stirling East linked with Mary Ann BEVAN nee Symonds formerly of Marden near Payneham spinster but now wife of Henry Richard Bevan of 7 Princes St, Wolverhampton, Staffs, England 1893 Memorial 27/420

SYMONDS, Bernard Leo hotelkeeper Aberdeen near Kooringa 1933 Application 27904

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

SYMONDS, Charles and Thomas farmers Chain of Ponds linked with John and Joseph Symonds farmers the Broughton 1875 Memorial 139/285

SYMONDS, Charles farmer Yankalilla linked with Thomas Symonds farmer Yankalilla 1882 Memorial 109/344

SYMONDS, Charles farmer Yankalilla 1892 Application 22372

SYMONDS, Charles baker Noarlunga 1887 Application 21261

SYMONDS, Charles the Elder and Younger bakers Noarlunga 1897 Memorial 108/432

SYMONDS, Charles the Elder baker Noarlunga 1897 Application 23469

SYMONDS, Charles the Younger baker Kingston near Noarlunga 1897 Application 23470

SYMONDS, Charles baker Noarlunga 1909[-1921] Memorial 249/461

SYMONDS, Charles the Younger baker Noarlunga 1925 Memorial 175/492, Application 27106

SYMONDS, Charles baker Noarlunga 1927 Application 27633

SYMONDS, Charles retired baker Noarlunga 1940 Memorial 50/515

SYMONDS, Charles retired baker Noarlunga, died 11/8/1944. Father of Constance Elizabeth LAWRIE wife of Donald Kenneth Lawrie factory foreman Noarlunga, Kathleen May DUNGEY and Alan George Symonds. Witnesses; Clarence Bertram Dungey formerly licensed victualler's assistant but now dairyfarmer Noarlunga and Kevin Leonard Dungey schoolteacher 76 Frederick St, Unley Memorials 121 & 130/520

SYMONDS, Charles retired baker Noarlunga, died 11/8/1944 Application 29687

SYMONDS, Charles the Younger retired baker Noarlunga (son of Charles Symonds the Elder of Noarlunga) died 11/8/1944. He left his estate in varying bequests to his children - Alan George Symonds (retired farmer Pittsworth Qld in 1963), Kathleen May DUNGEY and Constance Elizabeth LAWRIE married women Noarlunga. Witnesses to the will included Clarence Bertram Dungey dairy farmer Noarlunga and Kevin Leonard Dungey school teacher 76 Frederick St, Unley 1962. Was Donald Kenneth Lawrie formerly factory foreman now sales manager Noarlung a son-in-law of Charles Symonds the Younger?? Application 29508

No 2

SYMONDS, Charles farmer The Broughton Hundred of Redhill land grant 1877 Grant Book 14 Page 367 County Daly

SYMONDS, Elliott Henry formerly prospector but out of business Kersbrook, aged 71 in 1950, declared that he had lived at Kersbrook for 20 years Application 28740

SYMONDS, Everest Harman farmer Pinnaroo. Hundred of Pinnaroo land grant 1949 Grant Book 12 Page 61 County Chandos

No 1

SYMONDS, Francis farmer Chain of Ponds 1852 Memorial 224/39

SYMONDS, Francis farmer Timnath 1855 Chain of Ponds Bible Christian Chapel trustee Memorial 5/89

SYMONDS, Francis farmer Chain of Ponds father of Thomas and Charles Symonds farmers Chain of Ponds and John and Joseph Symonds farmers The Broughton 1873[-1875] Memorial 204/266

No 1

SYMONDS, Frederick James farmer Chain of Ponds 1920 Memorial 172/480

SYMONDS, Frederick James farmer Gumeracha 1938 Application 28158

SYMONDS, Frederick James retired Gumeracha 1947 Memorial 182/521

SYMONDS, Frederick James retired farmer Gumeracha, died 2/10/ 1954 Kenton Valley. Father of Murray Ludlow Symonds gardener formerly of Paracombe but now of 87 Lower North-East Road Dernancourt, and Keith Bethune Symonds farmer Gumeracha Memorial 182/521

No 1

SYMONDS, George labourer Marden 1855[-1869] Memorial 463/90

SYMONDS, George gardener Marden 1881 Memorial 178/336

SYMONDS, George mason Marden, died 15/5/1893. Estate worth £380. Father of Eva Symonds spinster. Other childen alluded to but not named Memorial 192/417

SYMONDS, George mason Marden, died 15/5/1893. He left £25 to his daughter Eva Symonds. The rest of his children to share equally in the remainder of the estate, worth £380. The family of George Symonds consisted of - Alice JEFFS wife of Charles Jeffs labourer Marden; Eva Symonds spinster Marden; Benjamin Robert Symonds mason Crafers; Mary Ann BEVAN wife of Richard Bevan of 7 Princes St, Wolverhampton, Staffs, England, and Louisa Sarah DAVIS wife of James Henry Davis of Williamstown Vic. Mrs Bevan appointed her brother, BR Symonds, to be her attorney in finalising their father's estate 1894 Application 22632

SYMONDS, Hannah Maria was a child of 13 in 1850. Her step-father was a man called ? BUCKHURST. She owned land at Walkerville, but lost it through default in mortgage Application 24993

SYMONDS, Hayley of Sliding Rock 1881 Memorial 7/334

No 1

SYMONDS, Henry farmer Myponga 1882 Application 19446

SYMONDS, Henry farmer Yankalilla 1884 Application 20281

SYMONDS, Henry farmer Bonds Flat 1891 Memorial 56/410

SYMONDS, Henry farmer Yankalilla 1894 Application 22757

SYMONDS, Henry farmer Boord Flat Hundred of Myponga land grant 1899 Grant Book 36 Page 419 County Hindmarsh

SYMONDS, Henry farmer Wattle Flat near Yankalilla 1918[-1922] Memorial 178/476

SYMONDS, Henry William grazier formerly of Wattle Flat but now of Narracoorte 1953 Memorial 148/528

SYMONDS, Herbert John and Cecil James Augustus JENKINS hardware and fancygoods dealers Adelaide (Pt TA 85 Rundle St) trading under the style or firm of Jenkins and Symonds 1907[-1908] [Excellent list of shop fittings] Memorial 111/458

SYMONDS, Isaac Isaiah law clerk to Arthur Joseph EDMUNDS solicitor Pt Adelaide, for 2 years 1877 Application 16192

SYMONDS, James carrier Brompton, died c1855. He left his entire estate to his brother, Oliver Symonds Memorial 46/88

No 1

SYMONDS, John farmer Myponga 1860 Memorial 209/168

SYMONDS, John farmer Myponga 1872 Application 12393

SYMONDS, John schoolmaster Wattle Flat near Yankalilla 1872 Application 12203

No 2

SYMONDS, John farmer Chain of Ponds Hundred of Redhill land grant 1876 Grant Book 14 Page 361 County Daly

SYMONDS, John farmer Chain of Ponds 1892[-1895] Memorial 242/414 Application 23038

SYMONDS, John Everest farmer Pinnaroo. Hundred of Pinnaroo land grant 1936 Grant Book 12 Page 59 County Chandos

SYMONDS, Joseph farmer Broughton Hundred of Koolywurtie land grant 1882 Grant Book 19 Page 314 County Fergusson

SYMONDS, Keith Bethune farmer Gumeracha linked with Murray Ludlow Symonds gardener 87 Lower North-East Road Dernancourt 1955 Memorial 100/530

SYMONDS, Mabel Annie widow Aldinga 1953 Memorial 2/528

No 1

SYMONDS, Richard Gilbert surveyor formerly of London, but now of Adelaide 1837 Enrolment 4/8

SYMONDS, Richard Gilbert surveyor Adelaide 1852[-1853] Memorial 150/42

SYMONDS, Richard Gilbert land surveyor Adelaide 1857 Husband to Harriet Caroline Symonds formerly DEAN and step-father to Maria Tatham Dean spinster Adelaide an infant under the age of 21 years Memorial 185/120

SYMONDS, Richard Gilbert accountant Adelaide 1883 Memorial 250/351

SYMONDS, Robert grazier Mitcham 1913 Application 26210

No 1

SYMONDS, Thomas farmer Yankalilla 1882 Memorial 109/344

No 2

SYMONDS, Thomas and Charles farmers Chain of Ponds and John and Joseph Symonds farmers Broughton 1887 Application 21231

SYMONS, Allen Dunstan produce merchant Woodville 1926 Application 27469

SYMONS, Charley James storekeeper's assistant linked with James Symons farmer both of Morgan North-West Bend Murray River 1892 Memorial 43/415

SYMONS, Charles Thomas builder Adelaide 1855 Memorial 303/85

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

SYMONS, Francis miner Adelaide 1855[-1857] Memorial 402/84

SYMONS, Francis miner Burra Mine 1855 Greenock Creek land purchase Memorial 301/84

SYMONS, Francis gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now of Kooringa 1856 Memorial 274/102

SYMONS, Francis the Elder miner Kooringa, died c 1861. His eldest son and heir, Francis Symons the Younger, was still a minor Memorial 7/180

SYMONS, Francis no description, died 25/6/1858. Husband of Catherine Symons. The couple had 6 children. By 1877, several of the children mentioned - Frances Symons had married William James LOTT photographer Adelaide and had won a judicial separation from him; her brother, William Symons, was a storekeeper at Kooringa Memorial 214/299

SYMONS, Francis gentleman Kooringa, died 1/2/1876 intestate. Letters of administration to his son, William Symons butcher Kooringa, to settle the £200 estate 1884 Memorial 13/355

SYMONS, Helen May married woman Copperhouse, aged 62 in 1955, declared she had lived in Burra for over 50 years Application 29034

No 1

SYMONS, Henry miner Kapunda 1857[-1866] Memorial 341/115

SYMONS, Henry miner Kapunda 1876 Application 15665

SYMONS, Henry miner Helston on the Light near Kapunda 1878 Memorial 247/305

No 2

SYMONS, Henry blacksmith Watervale 1870 Application 10725

SYMONS, Henry blacksmith Watervale 1872 Memorial 14/260

No 3

SYMONS, Henry grocer Kapunda 1871 Application 27667

No 4

SYMONS, Henry farmer Hundred of Walloway 1881 Grant Book 13 Page 222 County Dalhousie

SYMONS, Henry farmer Walloway 1885 Memorial 98/368

SYMONS, Henry farmer Walloway 1885 Memorial 142/1888 Became a bankrupt in 1888 Memorial 141/391

SYMONS, Henry farmer Mannanarie 1897 Grant Book 13 Page 85 County Dalhousie

SYMONS, Henry miner Orroroo, died 25/8/1904. Executor - Richard James Symons greengrocer Orroroo 1915 Grant Book 13 Page 230 County Dalhousie FIND CHECK RUN

SYMONS, J clerk to STOW, BRUCE & AYERS solicitors Adelaide 1869 Memorial 128/240

No 1 - perhaps the same person

SYMONS, James miner Kooringa 1857[-1879] Memorial 301/124

SYMONS, James farmer Morgan North-West Bend Murray River 1886[-1892] Memorial 2/381

No 1

SYMONS, James Magor draper Maitland Maitland township allotment land grant 1882 Grant Book 19 Page 478 County Fergusson

SYMONS, James Magor storekeeper Maitland Price township allotment land grant 1882 Grant Book 20 Page 25 County Fergusson

No 1 - perhaps mixture of the Elder and the Younger

SYMONS, John farmer Burnside 1853[-1867] Memorial 258/51

SYMONS, John farmer Burnside father of Eliza Symons spinster Burnside 1869 Memorial 154/238

SYMONS, John labourer Burnside 1876 Memorial 159/323

SYMONS, John labourer Burnside 1880 Application 18051

No 2 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

SYMONS, John miner Kooringa 1857 Memorial 302/124

SYMONS, John formerly miner Kooringa 1877 Memorial 227/303

SYMONS, John miner Kapunda 1864 Memorial 163/201

SYMONS, John miner formerly of Kapunda but now of Wallaroo 1865 Memorial 164/201

SYMONS, John the Younger JP of Moonta 1885 Memorial 244/363

SYMONS, John the Younger auctioneer and commission agent Moonta 1886[-1906] Memorials 228 & 243/377

SYMONS, John the Younger accountant Moonta 1886 Memorial 205/382

SYMONS, John the Younger accountant and agent Moonta 1887 Memorials 123 & 170/385

SYMONS, John auctioneer Moonta Mines 1906 Memorial 170/455

SYMONS, John auctioneer Moonta 1925 Memorial 32/494

No 3

SYMONS, John clerk Pt Augusta 1863 Memorial 100/188

SYMONS, John merchant's clerk Pt Augusta 1866 Memorial 242/214

SYMONS, John accountant Pt Augusta 1874[-1877] Memorial 184/275

SYMONS, John clerk Pt Augusta trustee Pt Augusta Bible Christian Chapel 1884 Application 20383

No 4 – mixture of the Elder and the Younger

SYMONS, John farmer Penang. Cunliffe (Hundred of Kadina) township allotment land grant 1881 Grant Book 14 Page 177 County Daly

SYMONS, John farmer Penang, had died by 1900. Executors – John Symons accountant Moonta and James Magor Symons draper Broken Hill NSW Grant Book 14 Page 249 County Daly

SYMONS, John fruiterer near Moonta. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1891 Grant Book 14 Page 91 County Daly

SYMONS, John the Younger auctioneer Moonta trustee a Cemetery 1897 Grant Book 14 Page 92 County Daly

SYMONS, John auctioneer Moonta. Arthurton (Hundred of Tiperra) township allotment land grant 1910[-1923] Grant Book 14 Page 259 County Daly

No 5

SYMONS, John storekeeper Morgan 1882 Grant Book 18 Page 20 County Eyre

SYMONS, John of Morgan 1887 Memorial 203/383

SYMONS, John JP of Morgan 1888 Memorial 157/392

SYMONS, John storekeeper Morgan trustee Morgan Institute 1909 Grant Book 18 Page 11 County Eyre

SYMONS, John Dunstan railway porter Petersburg 1903 Grant Book 13 Page 207 County Dalhousie

SYMONS, Joseph Charles farmer Gladstone. Trustee Bible Christian Mission House Crystal Brook Hundred of Crystal Brook land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 221 County Victoria

SYMONS, Joseph Cox farmer Palmer near Quorn Stephenson (Hundred of Palmer) township allotment land grant 1879 Grant Book 49 Page 96 County Newcastle

No 1

SYMONS, Mark surgeon Adelaide and Ida Theresa Symons his wife 1907 Memorial 183/456

SYMONS, Mark Johnston medical practitioner Adelaide, power of attorney to William Hall HENDERSON accountant King William St, Adelaide, through absence or illness, to manage his business affairs throughout Australia 22/12/1908 Deposit 68/1908

SYMONS, Ida Theresa wife of Mark Johnston Symons medical practitioner Adelaide, power of attorney to William Hall HENDERSON accountant King William St, Adelaide, to manage her business affairs throughout Australia 8/12/1908 Deposit 64/1908

SYMONS, Mark Johnston medical practitioner Adelaide, erected a medical office block known as Symons Buildings on pt Town Acre 21 facing North Tce, Adelaide. Lease plan Deposit 4/1909

No 1

SYMONS, Matthew farmer near Kooringa. Hundred of Kingston land grant 1869[-1883] Grant Book 8 Page 170 County Burra

SYMONS, Matthew butcher Kooringa Co Burra. Hundred of Ayers land grant 1872 Grant Book 56 Page 192 County Stanley

SYMONS, Matthew and William butchers Kooringa 1882 Memorial 73/346

SYMONS, Matthew butcher Kooringa 1890 Memorial 92/404

SYMONS, Owen Henry farmer Robertstown Co Eyre. Hundred of Apoinga land grant 1912 Grant Book 8 Page 67 County Burra

No 1

SYMONS, Robert Richard farmer Cunliffe 1894 Memorial 164/421

SYMONS, Robert Richard farmer Cuncliffe. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1897 Grant Book 14 Page 93 County Daly

SYMONS, Robert Richard farmer formerly of Cunliffe but now of Moonta 1897 Memorial 229/431

SYMONS, S clerk Adelaide 1906 Application 26398.

SYMONS, Stanley draftsman Treasury Buildings, King William St, Adelaide 1946 Application 28462.

No 1

SYMONS, Thomas miner Kooringa 1855[-1857] Memorial 225/92

SYMONS, Thomas farmer Hindmarsh, power of attorney to James BEHENNA blacksmith Bowden, to manage his SA business affairs 26/11/1856 Deposit 359/1857

SYMONS, Thomas miner formerly of Kooringa then of Bowden but now residing out of the province 1857 Memorial 270/123

No 2

SYMONS, Thomas farmer Hindmarsh 1856 Memorial 108/122

SYMONS, Thomas Henry accountant Clare 1923[-1924] Memorial 158/489

No 1

SYMONS, William farmer Auburn Hundred of Upper Wakefield land grant 1858[-1859] Grant Book 56 Page 122 County Stanley

No 2

SYMONS, William miner Kapunda 1864 Memorial 73/193

SYMONS, William 22 miner Kapunda (Father: William Symons) married Jane DUNSTAN 20 spinster Kapunda (Father: John Dunstan) on 20/5/1865 Thomas LANE residence Kensington. Minister: Nathaniel BENNETT. Witnesses: Tom Lane hawker Kensington and Louisa Lane Kensington. By 1887, the Symonds were farmers in the Hundred of Yednalue Co Granville Application 21266

SYMONS, William miner Kapunda and Jane Symons his wife formerly Jane DUNSTAN 1865 Memorial 41/222

SYMONS, William farmer Belalie. Trustee Wesleyan Methodist Chapel Jamestown Jamestown (Hundred of Belalie) township allotment land grant 1872[-1873] Grant Book 60 Page 133 County Victoria

SYMONS, William miner Kapunda Co Light. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 117 County Victoria

SYMONS, William farmer Booleroo trustee unnamed Wesleyan Methodist Church Hundred of Booleroo land grant 1879 Grant Book 24 Page 620 County Frome

No 3

SYMONS, William miner Moonta 1871 Memorial 9/256

SYMONS, William miner Kadina 1875 RPA Search 670

SYMONS, William miner Kadina 1913 Memorial 96/468

No 4

SYMONS, William storeman Kadina. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1878 Grant Book 14 Page 234 County Daly

No 5

SYMONS, William butcher Kooringa 1878[-1883] Memorial 248/307

No 6

SYMONS, William farmer Fullerville 1886 Memorial 6/383

No 7

SYMONS, William draper Pt Augusta 1929 Application 27733

SYMONS, William Slade blacksmith Adelaide (Waymouth St) 1838 Application 22538

No 1

SYMS, John shepherd Adelaide 1838 Shepherd Mt Barker District 1849 Application 22934.

SYMS, John farmer Mt Torrens 1844. He bought Section 5068 Hundred of Onkaparinga Memorial 436/3

SYMS, John shepherd Mt Barker District 1849 Memorial 403/14

SYNNOT, Monckton Davy woolbroker Melbourne Vic trading under the style or firm of Monckton D Synnot Brothers and Co 1888 Memorial 237/394

SYRET, John labourer near Lyndoch 1862 Application 3188